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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1886)
A. Blackburn, of Carlton was in the
Pupils are preparing for a school
Dr. Ira Taylor, an old time resident
P C, IRELAND A CO. PUBLISHERS,
of Stringtown, was in the city yester terest of the library fund.
First National Bank,
Spectators will be admitted to the
cMinnville, Or. - Nov. 16. 1886 day.
Geo. P. Colby, the eloquent inspira gallery at the firemen’s ball thanks M o MINNVI l LE, ....
G A. Wilcox is improving steadily. tional speaker, left this place for Cor giving evening.
The Guild of St. James (Episcopal) .’ acoh W oktman ........................ President
Mrs. D. H. Turner has returned to vallis yesterday.
). I*. T hompson .............. Vice-president
Rev. J. Hoberg will officiate at a church will hold a fair on Wednesday J ohn W oktman ....................... Cashier
Best job printing in the county at thanksgiving service in Chehalem evening, December 1st.
* iieneral Banking bu«in«M
Miss Belle Johnson, teacher of mu TranMot*
InU-reat allowed ou lune deposit*.
je lowest prices.
valley on the 25th.
sic in McMinnville and at McMinn Oollaelion« made on favorable term«.
Fine fresh cranberries at the bakery
No extra charge for reserved seats
Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
ville college. Residence corner of on Sight
New York, San Francisco and Portland.
at Rogers dr Todd’s drug store, for the Second and C Streets.
Office hour»—from V a. m. to 4 p. m.
A sister of Mrs. Fair arrived from school exhibition Friday night.
1 he parties interested in the organ
he east Saturday.
Collards repeating shot gun is a
ization of a choral union, also all sub
Soper Bros, are now at home in their fine success. Price brought in ten
scribers, are cordially invited to meet
new store building at Willamina.
birds with it yesterday and pronounces
at Garrison opera house, this Tuesday Represents the following sterling oorupaa.
The Band of Hope is preparing for it a first class gun.
Leiudon A Liverpool A Globa, North
evening. November 16th. at the tea:
British A Meromitile, Commercial Uuioa
> picnic at Grange hall Saturday of J. O. Rogers has invented an instan
hour of 7 o’clock, p. m., sharp. A gen Fire Automation, German Amerioan, Fira
taneous concave adjuster for thresh eral invitation extended to all who de man's Fund. Hartford, (\tmmeroial, Angia
Nevada, State Investment.
The ladies Guild of St. James (Epis ing machines which will make him a sire to participate.
Wheat insuratioe a specialty.
copal) church will meet to-morrow at fortune, and be the means of saving
The enormous producing power of
Mrs. Dr. Johnson's.
thousands of bushels of wheat.
this country is testified in figures
Rev. Mr. Fair is on the sick list, but
The Oregonian tells a tough yarn which show that internal revenue col
not dangerous, although unable to till yesterday about a wild steer traveling lections from July 1862, to last July,
“upon its end over end" to Portland, were sufficient to pay the war debt at
The ladies aid society of the M. E. from Chehalem way back in the ’50’s, its highest figure and leave a surplus
church will meet to-morrow p. m. at which reminds us of Ike Doane lead of more than six hundred millions un
the residence of Miss Handley.
ing a cow while he rode in Put Smith’s expended. The aggregate amounted
Will Loughary spent Sunday with dog cart down in Pacific county in the to over three and a half billions, a
N«. I CITY TRUCK.
“the old folks at home.” He is look ’70’s; but ours was “a true story.”
sum that staggers the comprehension Having purchased th* Strain property, and
ing as though Corvallis agreed with
Among the residents of other parts with its vastness.
permanently located in MoMuinvill*, am
ready to do all kinds of Truck and Doliw-
of the county whom we met in the
From all reports to the contrary not •ry
Work at short notioe. All goods
Wm. Logan was moving yesterday city' yesterday on business, were Hon. withstanding, it is thought that coro trustod to our oars will be oarcfully haudl*d.
promptly delivered. Also keep on hand
into his own house, purchased from R. P. Bird, state senator. Hon. Jas. ner D. C. Narvor is entitled to some and
Wood of all kinds ns oh*ap aa th« ohaauMt.
Mr. Lynch, lately occupied by Al. McCain, Sheriff Harris, Rev. Hoberg, of the credit which the press of Port Orders left at the City Drug store will b*
Judge Loughary, Editor Westerfield land is bestowing upon detective promptly attended to. J J. <’OI.LARD.fcl
Mrs. C. W. Talmage sat up most all from Lafayette; Robt. Baird and Phil Singleton, for the arrest of the assas
day Sunday. Her many friends will Meaner from North Yamhill, and Mr. sin of D. I. Corker. Before Singleton
be pleased to hear that she is fast re Waddle from Amity.
reached Lafayette, at the time the Hair (’wtiiss*. kkavlac aad fthaas.
This is the week of prayer. We wish Daily Reporter announced that a clue
Miss Hembree has succeeded in we had room for Talmage’s sermon to had been found which would probably
15c SHAVING 15c.
forming a class in crayon and paint business men this week. This is the lead to the arrest of the guilty party,
C. H. FLEMING, Proprietor.
ing, which will meet at Mr. Carlin’s twenty-first call issued by the interna our worthy county officials, Narver,
(Baooeseor t* A. 0. Wyndham.)
tional committee of the YMCA for a Harris et al, had fixed upon Marple,
residence to-morrow p. m.
and ohildrcn’s work a specialty. Any
Salem firemen expect to turn out special week of prayer, Nov. 15 to 20, from whom the later convincing proofs styl* of
Hair Cutting deaired, with noatnasa
in force for the Firemen’s Ball to be for young men and the association. were obtained.
Hair dyeing of all descriptions warranted.
Fancy hair dressing a specialty. Hot or
given by the McMinnville department. For twenty years the observance of
baths always ready, only 35 eta. Third
They will be cordially welcomed and this season has steadily increased, until
street between C and D, McMinnville, Or.
at the present time nearly every asso
royally treated if they come.
settle their account immediately.
Prof. Price has been suffering ex- ciation throughout the world is pre
F. W. R kdmond .
crutiating agony with tooth ache. He pared to observe it.
The public school exhibition at the
was suffering so badly' yesterday that
Pocket Hook Lost.
he was obliged to dismiss school and opera house next Friday evening, is On the road between McMinnville II, <’. HANEK, yiMuufactwrar a all
pay Dr. Tucker a visit. His teeth are for the benefit of the library and appa and Sheridan, on Sunday, Nov. 14th,
nearly all gone now, and he feels ratus. There have been so far appa a leather covered pocket memoran
ratus, books and charts placed in the dum book, containing several notes
ing garments of all soiled spots Paint, Tar,
etc , eradicated instantly Give it a
Miss Edith Martin is succeeding school to the amount of $125, which and papers of no value to anybody Grease,
may l>e had of your druggist,
admirably’ as an artist. One of her
but myself, and also one $•'» bill green local agent, or by addressing the undersign
II. < . MANEF,
productions in crayon is her la- the progress of the school. The teachers back. The owner will be suitably re ed. Agents Wanted. MoMinnville,
a horse on exhibition in Rogers are now in need of maps and globes, warded on leaving the same at this
i Todd’s window. Mr. Higgins may’ as the school is entirely devoid of them. office, or with the undersigned in
V ictor G rohs .
((‘l a pride in his student, and we pre A nominal fee for admission will l>e Sheridan.
I .ate of Independents, having purchased the
charged. Reserved seats secured at
sume he does.
Booth has had his hands full for a Rogers & Todd s drug store to-day.
TKAMM AND TRUCKM
*e*k back sharpening plow’s. It was “Orna, the Child of Sorrow,” an The Exchange hotel of North Yam Of Ixtgan Bros A Henderson, offers hia
most enough to give him a weak original story, will soon be published hill, containing twenty-two rooms in iwrviocH in tbnt line to the publio, and will
tack, as his helper left for Prineville, in the Daily Reporter. It is a deeply all, two stories high, is offered for sale
tat he is fixed to-day, and farmers interesting tale of the life of an immi for cash, or exchange for real estate. To all who favor hlin with their |>atrouag*.
He will keep a wagon speoially adapted to th*
c»n come right along and not wait all grant girl, and abounds with much The house is well known to the travel delivery of iMiroela, trunks sntohefs et«., for
the aocomodation of the pnbiia. (irdars left
tay for their jobs.
before the young ladies of tho present The present proprietor’» reason for at the stable will ts< promptly attended to at
A letter recently received from
tart Scott, Kansas, states that they day, a strong contrast with the mani selling is that he is too far advanced
fold trials and tribulations of that rov in age to attend to it, and is determin
*re enjoying dry, cold weather. Water
ing class style«! immigrants. The ed to sell if an opportunity is offered,
• to be hauled to the city on
publishers of the Reporter omit no ex even at a sacrifice. In fact he is bound
c*rs, and purchased at the rate of 10
pense of time and money, to place be to Bell it if a customer comes. North
Direct from New York.
cents per barrel. Come to Oregon,
fore their readers the best and most Yamhill is as rapidly improving town
Cr"Ps and water never fail.
as any on the west side, is the center
Master Henry Bettman informs his attractive family paper published in of a large trade, the starting jioint for But Fashionable Goods From the
Oregon, and from the manner in Tillamook bay, the resort for hunters
Parents that he expects to spend his
which new subscribers are daily added and sportsmen in the summer season,
Head-quariers of Fashion.
r>atnias holiday in Vienna. He is
to our list, is a strong approval of our and this is the best chance for a good
‘• greasing very satisfactorily with his
best efforts to plea* the public. The man in the whole state. For further
FALL STOCK RECEIVED.
‘tidies in Munich, and his letters
particulars address this office, or apply
MINN r. K. ■< NN,
r*athe the spirit of true manhood
to J. Delap, North Yamhill, Oregon.
Mc.Mlan v 111*, Wr.
P »using well for his future years.
of the Daily-
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