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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1886)
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PRICE TWO CENT8.
The Datly Reporter,
When the patent granolithic sidewalx
pavement is first put down it is very
sticky, but it hardens quickly.
Entered in the Postoffice at McMinnville for why a young couple of Bridgeport who
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec stood on a fresh slab of the composition
ond Class Matter.
while bidding each other good night
had to be dug out with a pickax. Their
shoes were ruined, but they were very
grateful to the night watchman who
released them, and who promised not to
BISHOP & KAY
FRED. F. KELLER, Prop.,
Sixteenth Year of Publication.
We respectfully suggest to the lemon
ade-venders that they purchase a new
lemon this year. The cost will be tri
D. C. IRELAND.
E. L. E. WHITE. fling, and the lemon will l&st them for
The lemon which
they have used for so many years is,
doubtless, valuable as a historical relic,
and is fragrant with the aroma of old
But the present genera
Weekly Subscription Rates.
One copy per year in adyanoe - - - $2.00 tion is thoughtless, unromantic, and
If not paid in advance
- - . .
2.50 fickle, and craves for something new.—
To olubs of three or five, when accompanied Lynn Union.
with the cash, $1.50 per year each. Two ■
“ 'William E. Mason—you brute! she
names for six months each to count as one gasned.
“The children enjoyed the joke just
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as much as I did—yes, and wife, too,
T he D aily R epobteb is issued every day got to laughing about it after awhile,
boy Loui6 said:
“Do it again, pa;
• in 1L
A — at1
- - -- week.
. 1 its •ur mighty
the _ oity
jolly to have a big dinner
oents per month in advanoe, Rates for ad- once in awhile.”
vertising same as for T he W eekly R epobteb . 1
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. “But look here, you reporter; you
aren’t taking notes on me? Come,
now. that’s not right; you mustn’t
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Five inches it Col. 3 00 5 00 9 00 18 00 30 00 tell the story on me.
. '5 00 «00 18 00 3« 00 78 m body else—put. it on Bill Campbell.
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yic.1I INN VILLE
SuociMHor to W. F. Bangasser,
Bangatwer's building. Cor. B and Third Sta.
Third St., Opposite
D on ' t F orget
Here is where yon oan get your money’s
Beef, Pork, Mutten, Sausage, Trip«,
and everything in the line of meats, of ths
best quality the country affords. Also the
Best of Bolognas.
P lace ,
Give me a onll and be satisfied.
W. T. BAXTER.
—Where yon will—
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
At the New Store of
Basier & Martin
Successors to Al. HUSSEY,
Third street, McMinnville, Oregon,
10.00 12 00 30 00 60 00
(Sf Above rates slightly advanced for pre
ferred positions: “Top of Column,’’ “Next
to Reading Matter,” “Second Page,” or
JjgTLocal notices in reading column on
Third page: One insertion, per line lOcentB
Two insertions per line
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Three inHertions per line
By the month per line
»bituary notices, resolutions of. con-
dolenient, etc., to insure publication in the
Reporter, must be accompanied with instruc
tions; and the name of the proper person or
persons to whom charges for the same are to
Book & Job Printing,
We beg leave to announce to the public
that we have just added a large stock of new
novelties to our business, and make a special
ty of Letter Heads. Bill Heads. Note Heads.
Statements, Business Cards, Ladies’ Calling
Cards. Ball Invitations (new designs) Pro
grammes, Posters, and all descriptions of
work. Terms favorable. Call and be con
D. C. IRELAND * CO.
A man whose early opportunities for
learning were few and far between re
ceived a letter the other day from a
young college student, wherein he
spoke of the Lares and Penates of the
household. The receiver puzzled over
this classical allusion for some time,
and could make nothing out of it. but
finally burst forth as follows: “What
in thunder does the darned fool mean?
'Hares and peanuts!’ I may sell pro
visions. but I remember when his stingy
old father was a tin-peddler—'hares
and peanuts.' indeed! If he can only
learn to insult people at college he had
better come home. -Boston Budget.
8. C. FORCE.
C. D. JOHNSON.
JOHNSON & FORCE.
— MANUFACTUBEBS OF—
F. J. MARTIN.
— IN TnE—
Furnishing Goods of all kind, and (above
all 1 HE LOWEST PRICES. Also agents
Brou iiMv illr Woolen Will,
Carrying a full line of all goods made by
these celebrated mills.
A new, neat ami clean ut<x‘k. Every artiols
A No. 1. Fruit Jara, Butter < 'rocks, Colored
Glassware, Cutlery; Cased Goods, To
bacco, Pipes and Cigars.
Frosh Fruit and Vegetables in Beason.
(live me a call. Inujxxt my stock, and I
will guarantee prices to suit you.
MUH. M. HIIADPEN.
MISS MAY VMH8BT.
LOGAN BROS. <6 HENDERSON.
Proprietors of the old established and well
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, LIVERY. FEED AND SALE
'stable. We are prepared at all
hours to furnish
Fine Carriage«, Hack* anil
And everythin« in the Livery hire,
in good shape
Shadden & Vessey,
F ash Ion n b II e ID resa m a Ik era
l-**"The 'Taylor System of Cottili« nml Fit
Third street, Next to Bishop A Kay's store.
The lofty wooden spires of the
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M iss K. T hokmtoh
At Reasonable Rate«.
churches of Mattoon, Ill., have been
pierced in hundreds of places by wood
TRANSIENT STOCK LEFT
peckers looking for food or for places
with ns will reoeive the best of care and at
for nests. The holes in the Methodist
Logan Broa. & Hendenoa.
church steeple became so unsightly that
a man was employed to shoot the birds.
In Mrs. H. P. Stuart's Millinery Store,
Then bees took up their abode within,
OPPOSITE GRANGE HALL,
and their honey drips from the holes
and smears the steeple. The Congrega
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tional church steeple is well fiilea with
Cor. 3d and C Streets.
JAS. m ’ oain .
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honey and so are steeples in neighbor
ing towns. Six swarms of bees were
OVER YAMHILL COUNTY BANK,
McCain & Hurley,
Been to quit the spire of a Paxton church
open Ootober 18, 1S86. Attention is
in one day.
WAGONS, HACKS, BGGGIES, CARBIAOES,
ATTORN KYN.AT4. AW
respectfully invited to this
The Rest Thrown In.
“Darling.” said a young department
clerk to a pretty Georgetown girl,
whose waist his arm encircled, “what
do you think your dear papa would say
it I were to ask him for your hand? if, ’’
‘‘I don’t think he’d like it, Harry,” she
lisped. “No?” he said
he thought he was very
dense with the
“No? Why not?”
“Because, dear,” she smiled, “he
wouldn’t want his only daughter muti
lated in that manner. Ask for all of me,
Harry, and I have a vague suspicion
you’ll get me mighty quick.” Harry
gave her a squeeze as big as a dime mu-
•euni anaconda, and saw the father
next day in a most successful manner.
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The best paper’on the West side
4 nd the cheapest. *
B Street, between Third and Fourth.
Third street, between D and E
still have a few Buggies, Hacks
and Carriages of home manufacture on
[^“Carriage Painting and Repairing a
Specialty. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed.
GIVE US a CALL.
W. J. GABBI8ON.
A. H. GAUNT.
AND NOTAHIHR PUBLIC,
Its facilities for thorough practical instrno
paid to abstracts of title
tion; actual business department a specialty
and settlement of estates in probate.
where currency, bank check, drafts, ete., are
Office Jail buiding, up stairs.
used. Class, or private instruction day or
evening. College Journal Rent free on ap
O F. H ofghtow , Prin.
P. O. Box 101.
0. J. P ayne , Seo.
E. E. COUCHER, M. D
W. F. COLLARD,
Dealer in Guns, Pistols, Ammunition,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Where the beet of meats r?n always be found
apd at the most reasonable prices,
beef is divided
-- -rr-- with
era. i. Meats done u,
up in the latest styles.
weights given. Give us a call.
an 1 ■ £°od
W. J. Carrison & Co.
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Cutlery, Fine Fishing tackle, Cigars,
Third Street, Op;>osite McMinnville
Office and reHdenoe, corner of Third and
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D streets, next'to the poetoffiee.