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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1886)
A Betaine** Proposition to
of good goods. Scrub stock and stui
is not wanted anywhere. The mer
chants and buyers will meet you more
O. C. IRELAND * CO. PUBLISHERS.
E. B. FELLOWS,
Having the most complete and best
than half way for good goods. It is
Successor la D. C. Sarver,
selected stock of goods on the west
By Carrier per week ......................... 1° oenta i true there is but one house in Portlam
Third Street, McMinnville. Oregon.
(Payable on Saturday.)
to-day prepared to carry butter in hot side, outside of Portland, as concede!
Single Copy........................... .""."1.^
By Mail W cents per Month (In Advance.) weather, but how long will it be, if the by all commercial men, and my fa
Hate« far Advertising
articles are forthcoming, before refrig
Will be made satisfactory to all applicants.
erators and refrigerator cars are nu
better than any house here, I am pre
Oft. 19, 1SS6 merous enough to supply all demands.
In Yamhill County
No hand-to-mouth policy will accom pared to furnish you with Dry Goods,
plish the object; hut go to work, like Clothing. Gents’ Furnishing Goods,
HE EE HITTEJ! A\'f> H.t(VN.
sensible men and women, and the Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Glassware
Practical experim mt at Broadmeads time will be very short indeed unti and Crockery, at prices as low or
have settled the fact that there is not you quit “ waiting for a dollar a bush
lower than any house outside of Port
a grass or any other article so profita el ” for wheat, without money enough
ble for pasture a< rape
Farmers in the house to pay for your county land, and if you buy upon same terms
would do well to look into this matter. paper. It is n fact referred to by Mr. as you do when you go to Portland,
Mr. Gammie will furnish the most Knapp that Oregon dairymen had buy in quanities paying cash, I en
abundant proof of its excellence. Be never vet been able to supply the gage to compete with the retail houses
sides being profitable from a commer home market. Oregon is still import of Portland on the same class of goods,
cial point, in consequence of the value ing butter and cheese from Illinois, save and except Sugar, Salt and such
of the seed for oil; it furnishes the Iowa and California. We have the goods as freight figures upon so that Burial Robes and Shrouds
best of feed for both cattle and sheep. advantage of climate and of the im it cannot be done. This does not ap
Constantly on Hand.
Without so much as an apology to portant item of transportation ; and ply to some cheney houses who would
any body who aspires to criticise our there is no danger of overstocking the bait you by selling some special arti
intentions, whether in Bellevue or La market for years to come. But if such cle at a sacrifice, and making it up on
fayette; we shall pursue the even ten was the case, as Bro. Paulsen remark some other articles. I t shall be Parlor and Chamber Suits
TO ORDER at price* which defy all
or of our way and endeavor to convince ed then our dairymen need only learn straight business . I especially invite
the fanners of this county that it is what the markets want, in what form purchasers, to call and make an in
Make no purchases until you price my stool
thoirduty to keep better stock and pro butter was most desirable. Large spection of the goods and price, be-
B. B. FELLOWS,
duce more grass. At a meeting of amounts of butter have been shipped ore buying elsewhere. All goods
dairymen in Portland last Friday, Mr. into mines simply because some one marked down during clearance sale
Knapp, a pioneer in very many enter learned how to ship it in tin cans and will be sold at clearance sale prices,
prises that have added largely to the ceep it fresh
The tins were lined ’rices of all goods will be plainly
Have a Few
prosperity of Oregon and Washington with a thin coating of beeswax and marked on them, and no clerk is au
territory, alluded to Washington’s fare lermeticnlly sealed.
Dairymen in thorized to make any cut or deviation
well address, wherein the father of his Denmark knew how to put up butter on them, and will be discharged for
country admonished us that “eternal so that it would keep in ships for a doing so before he has authority.
vigilance was the price of liberty.” year or two years, even crossing the S mai . i . P rofits and Q uick R eturns
Diversified farming is forced upon us icat of the equator twice. There was is the M otto . CASH IN HAND
as s necessary condition to prosperity. no reason why Oregon dairymen could or SHORT CREDITS must be the
That they will
Possessing as we do a prolific soil and not learn to put up butter so it could R ule .
A. J. APPERSON.
mild climate, with an abundance of >e shipped into mines, or remain fresh
pure water, we have all the elements during long sea voyages. Mr.Paulsen
I CITV TRK k
favorable for dairying, and the busi mentioned a Grant county dairyman
ness will naturally come to the front who did quite a business in sending
They also have a SMALL LOT of
and become a leading industry as sure butter into mines in tin cans lined
Hardware. Tinware, Etc., Etc.,
ly aa water finds its level. There is then with wax. Dairymen have now a hope
no industry that needs more the fos ful future for their business, which
That will also be sold
tering care of the sensible editorial they can pursue with the same assur
fraternity, and grass is as essential to ance of success and profit as that which
Low for Cash.
the pursuit as milk itself. Then there attends any other branch of agricul
They have a few
is another point : Breed to proper ture.
Having purchased the Strain property, and
permanently located in McMinnville. an> PLOWS, HARROWS,
stock. Root out the scrubs. A scrub
ready to do all kinds of Truck and Deliv
bull calf is its dangerous to the farm
ery Work at short notice. All goods en
as a scrub editor is to the communitv. Dr. Young and Loughary removed an trusted to our care will be oarefully handled,
and promptly delivered. Also keep on hand
When a man comes here with coin to
Wood of all kinds as cheap as the cheapest
That will be sold
buy cattle, sheep or swine, show him The tumor weighed 16 pounds, the Orders left at the City Drug store will be
promptly attended to.
J. J. COLLARD
Low for Cash..
good »lock. There can benorcaaona- operation reflects great credit on the
excuae for not doing this, because
you want anything in that line you
Family Grocery Store, will When
consult your own interest as well as
Broad mead* is not the only place in skillfully done and oilers the only
onrsto call and see us. We think we can suit
At last ac
Yamhill county largely interacted in means of saving life.
von. fry it.
A, H. & O. O. HODSON.
the matter of importing the best blood counts the lady is doing well.
Third Street, McMinnville, Oregon.
in America. We have it right here at
home, and the man who does not use
it to improve his Hocks and herds
(Successor to L. ROOT.)
An Immense Stock of
will get left. Beef, Butter and Bacon
is what the producer* should turn their NEW SHAPKS,
All Fresh Soods, Groceries. Flour, Bacon, and
attention to. and grass is at the bottom
of all. That w ehave the grass we again
Glassware and Crockery.
Just Received at
refer to that collection at the board of
MFGooda delivered to purchasers in the city.
immigration room* It has nothing
to do with the price of litigant adver
The Moat Elegant Stock of
tising. We lielieve with Bro. Knapp,
that the legislative assembly would do
>1 Il.I.I IV ICH y Hair Culling, shaving and «ham.
a good thing were it to create a dairy
ochoolmaater and »end hint out on a
In the City.
Direct from New York.
15c SHAVING 15c.
lecturing tour through every county
do no< fail to Mil and eee thin apian-
in the state, and when he gets to Belle
C. H. FLEMING, Proprietor.
did MlMUon. whioh embraoea all the
Th« DlHx Reporter.
A. H. & 0. 0. HODSON
SELL FOR CASH
J. Harv. Henderson,
- McMiurJle Balh.
vue or Lafayette he ought to be accom i
panied by the fool-killer to get in his
work upon our critic*. Oregon stock
raiser* and dairymen need have no
fears of ever producing an overstock
Late*« styl«« tn V.ifn«
MRS. H. P. STUART,
iSuoeeaeor to A. 0. Wyndham.)
Ladies and children's work a aneci.it»
wyl. of Ha.r Cutting demwj ^th nZata^
OPPOSI! E THE GRANDE STtiRK,
"5 a «P^hy- Hot or
mw« beewee. C and D, MeMinaviih. Or.
Buy Fashionable Goods From the
Head-quarters of Fashion.
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