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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1886)
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The Daily Reporter,
Entered in the Postoffioe at MoMinnville for
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec
ond Class Matter.
Sixteenth Year of Publication.
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Offloe Jail buiding, up stairs.
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A’£IF.S AND NOTES.
One of Hank Vaughn’s old friends
robbed him of $600 while he was asleep
in his room at Walla Walla. McIn
tyre, the thief, had been befriended by
Hank that night. He was caught, but
had spent $150 of the boodle.
Col. Frank Parker of the Statesman,
will most likely be appointed register
of the land office at Walla Walla.
Senator Dolph has strongly endorsed
him. The office is worth $3,000, a
little billet not to be sneezed at these
piping times of low salaries.
Work has been suspended at the
mills of Jones 4 Co. up in the moun
tains for the winter, and Messrs. Flett
and family, Beecher Walker and wife,
and all the hands are now in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Flett will not remain in
There are no facts or conditions which
justify republican support of protect
ion democrats for congress. A protec
tion democrat is an anachronism, the
appelation is a misnomer. The man
who opposes the great central tenet of
his party’s creed should get out and
unite with those with whom his views
Now that Geronimo has decided to
take up his residence in Florida, we
venture to hope that the democrats of
that state will no longer be inconsola
ble for the absence of their distinguish
ed senior senator, the Hon. Charles
W. Jones. Time, at last, makes all
The K. of L. made a mistake in not
letting the fate of the condemned an-
archists severely alone. They had no
occasion for any reference to men with
whom they have nothing in common.
The resolution that they adopted will
be a powerful weapon in the hands of
A Portland paper says that the suc
cess which attends Dr. Turner is some
thing wonderful. During the week
he has straightened quite a number of
patients who have been crosseyed from
birth. His process is painless, and the
patient runs no risk of injury to the
eyes. Those afflicted in this manner
should not fail to see this eminent
physician while he is in Portland.
There is to be a band tournament
at Pendleton, June 23, 24 and 25,1887,
open to all ameteur bands in Oregon,
Washington territory and Idaho.
There will be $1,200 given in premi
ums as follows : First premium, $400;
second, $200; third, $200, and $200
first premiums, $150 second, and $50
third for boy bands. The entrance
fee will be $1.50 for each member of
bands wishing to compete. If our
band gets in it can waltz away with
the first prixe in good shape. This
city always did possess the “boss
band of the state, and it should enter
the contest and not loose it« reputa
tion, We will assist a move in that
Read the Daily Reporter.
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FRED. F. KELLER, Prop
Successor to W. F. Bangasser,
Third St., Opposite
D on ’ t F orget the P lace ,
Bangasser's building, Cor. B and Thi'd St«»
Here is where yon oan get your moneys
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Tripe,
and everything in the line of meats, of th«
best quality the country affords. Also the
Best of Bolognas
—Where you will—
Give me a call and be satisfied.
W. T. BAXTER.
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At the New Store of
Basier i Martin
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Furnishing Goods of all kind, andjabove
all THE LOWEST PRICES. Also agents
Suooeaaors to Al, HUSSEY,
Third street, MoMinnville, Oregon,
ta tai tarn
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Glassware, Cutlery, Cased Goods, To-
Carrying a full line of all goods made by
baoco, Pipes and Cigars.
Brownsville Woolen Will,
these celebrated mills.
rreeh Fruit and Vegetable« in
BROS.“ « HENDERSON.
Proprietors of the old established and well
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
stable. We are prepared at all
hours to furnish
Give me a call. Inspect my stock, and I
will guarantee prices to suit you.
TO THE PUBLIC
We would nnnonnoethat
Fine Carriages, Hacks and
Are turning out large amounts of
And everything in the Livery hire,
in good shape
At Reasonable Rates.
The Very Best Quality
First Class Lumber
TRANSIENT STOCK LEFT
with us will receive the beet of enre and at
Not to be equalled by any mill in Yamhill
oounty, notwithstanding reports of some on-
Logan Bro«. & Henderoon
principled parties to the contrary.
WE WILL SELL DOOES AND WINDOWS
At 45 per oent. discount from list prio«;
Mouldings at 6o cents per hundred feet.
Any Thing in the Line of Hardware
Cor. 3d and C Streets,
OVER YAMHILL COUNTY BANK,
At suoh prices that will defy oompeti
NO ONE FIRM HAS EXCLUSIVE
RIGHT TO CUT RATES.
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If we do not have in stock what you want,
Attention ia reapeotfully invited to this
we have made arrangements to get
any thing vou may want,
without dely. We ask you to get
Its facilities for thorough practical instruc
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where ourrenoy, bank check, drafts, etc., are
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