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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1886)
M c M innville -* , » O regon
The Daily Reporter
Our Farmer« Club.
When the more pressi ng work is
Entered in the Postoffioe at McMinnvillefor
Transmission Throngh the Mails as Sec over, give horses a good run on grass,
ond Class Matter.
and give grain enough to keep them
I in good heart. Brooding mares and
WEEKLY REPORTER young stock must be brought into
Sixteenth Year of Publication.
good heart for going well through the
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D. C. IRELAND.
E. L. E. WHITE.
D. C. IRELAND A. Co.,
One copy per year in advanoe ... $2.00
If not pajd in advanoe
To clubs of three or five, when aooompanied
with the oash, $1.50 per year each. Two
names for six months each to oount as one
T hb D allt R bpobtkb is issued every day
in the week except Sundays, and is delivered
A nest of bumble bees, in a big clov
er field is worth |20 to th« owner, for
these insects are the chief agents in
fertilizing the blossoms, thereby in
suring a heavy crop of seed. In Aus
tralia there were no bumble bees of
our kind, and they could not raise
clover seed there untill they imported
some bumble bees.
The schools of the country, although
town and city
abler men and
women ; and while the citv-bred are.
1 lw. Im. i 3m. 6m. | 12ms
as a rule, not much heard of in later
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One inch ...
life, the once country boys, who wore
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Eleven in. -
clothes, had few books, but stud
fcif Above rates slightly advanced for pre ied them throughout, and who were
ferred positions; “Top of Column.” “Next trained to labor and to wait,
to Reading Matter,” "Seoond Page,” or
ways the leaders of thought.
• • •<-♦* *
t-#-Local notices in reading oolumn on
From the scant history of pleu ro
Third page: One insertion, per line lOcents
Two insertions per line
15 “ il
’ and the means of its
Three insertions per line
By the month per line
spread, we learn that in every case
^•"Obituary notioes, resolutions of con-
dolement, etc., to insure publication in the where it has broken out among native
Reporter, must be accompanied with instruc herds, the cause has been distinctly
tions; and the name of the proper person or
persons to whom oharges for the same are to traced to some individual cow of for
eign importation. A report of the
state veterinarian of Missouri to the
B*#k <fc Job Prfatfag* agricultural college furnishes the fol
We beg leave to anDonnoe to the public
that we have just added a large stock of new lowing among the many instances on
novelties to our business, and make a special record : “By means of a Prussian cow
ty of Letter Heads. Bill Heads. Note Heads.
Statements, Business Cards, Ladies Calling it was introduced into Holland in 183.>,
Cards. Ball Invitations (new designs) Pro into Ireland by a Dutch cow four years
grammes, Posters, and all descriptions of
work. Terms favorable. Call and be oon- later; into England by both Dutch
D. C. IRELAND A CO.
and Irish cattle in 1833 ; by means of
English cattle into Sweden and Den
E. E. COUCHER, M. D mark still five years later; into Nor
way by infected Ayrshire cattle in
1859; was first observed at Cape of
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Me ! rSNVILLB
OBKGON. Good Hope in 1854 ¡went to Australia
bv means of an English cow in 1858;
Offioe and reeidenoe. corner of Third and and it is believed to have made its ap
D streets, next to the postoffioe.
pearance in this country at Brooklyn,
Long Island, during the year 1843. be
JAS. M’ c AIN.
ing brought there by an English cow.
McCain & Hurley,
etc.” This is sufficient evidence to
show the caution necessary in the im
AND NOTARIES PI HI.K
portation of breeding cattle from dis
tant countries, and to establish in
Especial attention paid to abstracts of titl<
the minds of breeders of improved
and settlement of estates in probate.
Office-Jail buiding. up stairs.
stock more reliance on our native
i breeds. We have no record of an in-
’ stance of the breaking out of this
dread disease among our native stock
1 unless by importation. Let dairymen.
therefore, look to their own herds for
stock and raise such as prove of go->d-
RFThe Taylor System of Cutting and Fit I ly promise and by weeding out such
: as breed back or show defects. and it
Third street, Next to Bishop 4 Kay » store, will soon be found that we shall pos
sess a breed of home raised cattle free
of disease and equal to any other in
M rs . A. M c D onald .
M iss K. T hobxt "»
in the city at 10 oents per week. By mail. 40 inferior to graded
oents per month in advanoe. Rates for ad
vertising same as for T hb W eekli K epobtkb . schools, turn out
Mrs. M. Shadden
PRICE TWO CENTS.
RING THE CHANGES.
the Old - Hing
In view of some changes in the busi
ness world, a>< well as among produc
ers and laborer«, it is well that we
should one and all think of our own
interests as well as that of others, and
once in a while call a halt, take ac
count of what stock we have on hand,
whether it be in cattle, horses, mer
chandise or farms, and ascertain for
ourselves our present condition and
future prospects, and make such
changes from time to time as each of
us. after mature deliberations, find our
better judgments may indicate. In
view of these things I shall introduce
to you on or about New Years. New
Styles, New Goods, and a Radical
change in the management of the
Business which I trust may provt to
our mutual advantage. It is with this
object in view that it to be adopted.
It will, upon investigation, be found
simple and just to one and all. The
time is past when a man can sell goods
on one year or for an indefinite |>eri<>d,
YAM IIILL CO..
Third St.. Opposite
D on ’ t F orget
P lace ,
- Where you will—
Furnishing Goods of all bind, and abov*
all THE LOWEST PRICES. Alan agent*
Brownsville Woolen Hill,
Carrying a full line of all gnode made by
these oeiebrated tailla.
and compete with those who sell ex
clusively for cash. I shall on or about
Jan. 1st introduce to you a system
possessing all the advantages of both
FRED. F. KELLER, Prop.,
the credit and the cash sytems, anil
Hacc ei wi>r to W F. Itabgnaaer,
none of the disadvantage« of either
liHtiguHner'a building, Cor B and Third
A. J. A ppkmon .
Here to where you Mn gwt your moneys
Beef, Pork. Matton. Saueage. Tripe,
In view of the change soon to take •nd everything in the line of ineata. of the
place, I desire all accounts to be set t-ext quality the ooantry afford*. Also th*
Best of Bolognas.
t-led by the 1st of Jan. A word to the
Give me a o*ll and be wall art rd.
wise is sufficient. Call and settle.
A. J. A pperbon .
W T. BAXTER.
F. J. MARTI*.
>1 <• ^1 inn vil l<‘
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES
At ihe New Htore of
Baster £ Martin
Ita Ita tane.
Huooeaeon to Al. HULSEY,
Third street, .McMinnville, Oregon
LOGAN BROS, i HENOERSON.
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l int* < <*irri;iK< *. Ilai k* and
And everything in the Livery hire.
in good shape
it Kra*onabh* Katr«.
w. ». OAIMMM.
a . ■. OAtnrr.
A new, neat au<l clean «tecta. Every artieie
A N<>. I. Fruit Jan. Butter < 'roeka, (olorsd
Olaaawan, ('utlrry, <aae>l Good«, To-
bacro. Pi|*a and Cigar«.
Troah Fruit and Vegetable* ta Seaaeo.
Give me a call. In.pe.-t mv Mock, and I
will guarantee prma to *uit you.
----- AT THE------
Family Grocery Store,
third Street. MoMinnville, Oregon.
J. Harv. Henderson,
the best of meats can always be found
(Hnewssor to L. ROOT.)
The Firemen’s ball will be the finest I Where
and at the moat reasonable pn<v«. whers
the loin of beef is divided with our en «tocs
Music by coach whip
affair of t
Flour, Bacea, bd 4
In Mrs. H. P. Btuart’s Millinery Store.
.upper by the popu-1 an! good weights given. Givs as s sa IL
OK. The program I
OPPOSITE ORANGE HALL.
W. J. Carrlson &. Co. t4F*Ooods delivered to parch aeen la the atty
O bboob . is fine.