Image provided by: Yamhill County Historical Society; McMinnville, OR
About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1886)
It is said that for$2,500 the fish lad Spectators will be admitted to the
der can be fixed up at the Wallamet gallery
at the tiremen’s ball thanks
IBELASD a co . publishers ,
The Statesman is getting up a pict
First National Bank,
rhe Guild of St. James (Episcopal)
mnville, Or. - Nov. 18, 1886 ure of Salem bridge as a New Year <
church will hold a fair on Wednesday ,
MoMINNVTuLE, - - - -
evening, December 1st.
■ coming winter promises to be
Do not forget to read Burt’s new ad
1'here is a good prospect that our J
1 acob W ortman ...................... President
D. P. T hompson ,...... Vice president
H^b|e for the plumbers.
city foundry will soon start, in hands J ohn W ortman ...................... Cashier
Who does your job printing now-a- that will assure success.
Mrs. Young were in at-
^■nceat the Choral Union meet- davs? This office is turning out sat
Tranracto a General Banking business.
M m. Walker, of California, and Mrs.
Interest allowod on time deposito.
isfactory work at extremely low prices. Allie W alker of the Dalles, are visiting Oollections mede on lavontblc torni*.
Sieht Kxchiuige sr.d Telegraphie Transfers
■enip'ry officers of the Choral Un- Call for samples and figures.
I tide Jeptha Garrison’s folk.
on New York. Sau Francisco and Portland.
The new Baptist church at Stayton
P Bishop, president ; Bev-
Office hours—troni 9 a. ni. to I p. ni.
Don’t forget that it takes cash to run
was dedicated on the 14th. Rev. G. J. a newspaper, and that subscription ac
^B Appcrson, secretary.
P. (’. Collier is improving and Burchett preaching the dedicatory counts. though small, ought to be paid
^■friends hope soon to see her about sermon. The building is 30x60, and promptly.
■unhor usual good health.
is all paid for, and has money on hand.
Floor managers have been selected
Beurtsteuts the following starling ooni|»an-
Lendo A Liverpool A Giuba, NotUl
■ committee to secure a hall for
A sailor was lost overboard from the for the Firemen’s ball who are of them ies:
British A- Mercantile, t'omiueioial Union
^■Choral Union is composed of G. Yaquina on her last down trip. He selves a guarantee that perfect satis Fire Association, Gorman Atuerioan, Firc-
man’s Fund. Hartford, Commercial, Ansio
■ j|ine8, ,1. C. Cooper and D. Glenr. kept upon the surface of the water faction may be assured to all partici Nevada, State Investment.
Wheat insuranoe a specialty.
■yj :uid try Charley Flemming's waiting for help from the ship, but be pants.
■.., The Hustler is the best nickel fore relief reached him. he cried out,
The McMinnville Business College
open every evening at 7 o'clock for
■¡town. His stock
students in writing, drawing and book
was seen no more.
■ finest quality.
was cold enough
A ease of novelties ; new, nice and
■ore last, but the prediction was new subscribers, and delinquents are
■ verified in the valley, yet some paying up in a way that is really en low priced ; just received for the holi
■, visible on the surrounding hills couraging. How many staunch sub day trade at Mrs. II. P. Stuarts, oppo
scribers has The Reporter who will site Grange store.
■Tramps burned the barn of Hon. J. try to send in a new name before the
Miss Belle Johnson, teacher of mu
I < 1 1 1 TRI CK.
■ Caples, near Portland, on the 13th. beginning of the coming year?
sic in McMinnville and at McMinn llavmu purohased the Strain property, aud
That was a bright boy in school, who ville college. Residence corner of permanently located tn McMinnville, am
■ere were four horses in the barn,
ready t.. do all kinds of Truck and Deliv
■1 one, worth $250, was burned to in answer to the question how far a Second and C Streets.
ery Work at short notice. All goods an
trusted to out oare will I m > carefully handled,
■ath. A quantity of hay and feed procession of the presidents of the
The Firemen's ball will be the tines! and promptly delivered. Mao keep on hand
■s also consumed. The total loss
affair of the year. Music by eoaehwhip Wood of all kinds as cheap as the cheapest.
■is between $500 and $600. The Tele placed in a row? promptly responded,
orders left at the CltV
string band, and supper by the popu promptly at t «mt led to.
4 •!. < OLlsAlll •’ hi
Brain says Portland is filling up with “from Washington to Cleveland."
lar caterer L. H. Cook. The program
Time is a legitimate newspaper’s is tine.
Bieves and all manner of human rifl'
l best friend. It may be misrepresentei
The public school exhibition at the
■ About seventy persons met at Gar- ¡and lied about for awhile, but if it opera house next Friday evening, is
Bsni opera house Tuesday evening i keeps on in an honest, straight forwart
for the benefit of the library and appa
Brthe purpose of organizing a per- ¡consistent course, swerving neither to ratus. There have been so far appa
■anent Choral Union. An adjourned the right nor to the left, it will wear ratus, books ami charts placed in the
Bieeting is called to meet Monday ¡off the rough corners of abuse and school to the amount of $125, which
■vening for the purpose of completing trample down the foul weeds of false- are certainly almost indispensable to
■he organization. Following is a com- i hood.
the progress of the school. The teachers
Kttee on by-laws: Mrs. Wm. Camp-
Clatsop county offers a reward o are now in need of maps and globes,
Bell, Mrs. Dr. Tucker, Miss Belle John- $1,000 for the arrest amt conviction o as the school is ent irely devoid of them.
Hon,and Messrs. 1>. C. Narver and A. the parties who, it is believed, have A nominal fee for admission will be
■Sunders. Committee to procure music made away with F. H. Althaber, who charged. Reserved seats secured nt
■viks. Miss Belle Johnson, C. P. has been missing since last week Mon Rogers A Todd's drug store to-day.
Bishop. Choruses will be here for day evening. This is in addition to
Bonday evening, but members arej
Pocket Book !.<»•!.
re, the $250 offered by the family of the
On the road between McMinnville
specially requested to bring with them
1111 missing man His disappearance is
jen that occasion the book known as i the mystery of the day. He stepped and Sheridan, on Sunday, Nov. 1 Ith,
■the Singers Welcome. About forty-six ! to his door for a moment while enter- a leather covered pocket memoran
■members may be relied upon for the j taining some friends al his marriage dum book, containing several notes
■Inion, at the start.
feast, and has never been heard of and papers of no value to anybody
This is the time ol yeur when
J Parties well informed are authority since.
but myself, and also one $5 bill green Merchants nil begin to show
or the statement that too many hon
The P. of H. in national grange lis back. The owner will be suitably re low prices.
We realize that
ors have been showered upon Detective tened to the annual address of Hon. P. warded on leaving the same at this
permanent trade cannot be
Singleton in the Marple-Corker Darden on the 10th. In course of his office, or with the undersigned in
made unless one Ims the cor
[»Meat Lafayette. He is a very fussy remarks Mr. D. said: “In nearlyevery Sheridan.
V ictor G rohs .
rect styles and correct prices.
I hl gent, often so much in the way ! annual address of my predecessors, at
We are selling goods at aston
I -hat his presence was disagreeable to tention has been called to the existence
The Exchange hotel of North Yam* ishingly low prices on the mer
I ¡he officers. It looks as though he of monopolies and the necessity of
containing twenty-two rooms in its of our wares.
”as fishing for promotion in Portland : legislation to prevent their discrimi-
that there are no l>etter styles
consequence off his alleged success • nations and injustice. M e have been
this county. The commissioners trying resolutions and petitions long for cash, or exchange for real estate. of Clothing, no better fitting,
Height with justice make a few inqui- enough. Let us try a remedy which The house is well known to the travel po better made than ours, and
"¡es before going too far in the matter. has been suggested at nearly every ing public, and doing a good businesa. we believe that no one in Mc
The Telegram states that “he was an meeting of the national grange. Let The praeent proprietor’s reason for Minnville is selling Clothing
•pplicxnt last spring, but bis detective us, with our ballots, send men to the selling i" that he is too far advanced as cheaply as we are.
d'ility had not made itself apparent legislatures, state and national, who in age to attend to it, and is determin
We only ask an inspection
hen. Mr. Singleton performed good will equalize and reduce taxation, re ed to sell if an opportunity is offered,
of our good* and a comparison
’urk in the Marple matter, and his a; strain the corporations from oppressing even at a sacrifice. In fact he is bound
pointment will not. or rather should the people, have the finances managed to sell it if a customer comes. North
BISHOP A KAY.
not' ,ncet with any opposition.” We in the interests of the people, keep our
as any on the west side, is the center
»r? not so sanguine. Whatever was public domain for actual settlers, ¡»re
I> Ç. IHELAM) A CO.,
of a large trade, the starting point for
^^•niplished at Lafayette, was done vent gamblers from pricing our produc
Tillamook bay, the resort for hunters
■)' Sheriff Harris, assisted by citizens, tions, and extend the same protection
and sportsmen in the summer season,
•nd not a single discovery
j^iade to the farmer and the manufacturer.
this is the best chance for a good
Mr. Singleton. At the proper time For this great work
in the whole state. For further
nnMniu>d. and it wa
I born to die,
*c can substantiate the true story, very organised, and it ac omp dshment of ¡»articular* addnw* this office, or apply
^nerent from that which has been nor will it fail in
to J. Delap, North Yamhill, Oregon.
ST'cnto the ptiBfrc throtlgh the press. its purpose."
Watch This Art Sollery.
Fine Job Print ora,
• *• ♦