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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1886)
M c M innville ,
The Daily Reporter,
IIonie Hade tin»crick«.
Best thing to raise wheat. A good
Entered in the Postoffioe at MoMinnville for
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec
ond Class Matter.
No professional man lives so much
from hand to mouth as a dentist.
WEEKLY REPORTER. How can a farmer make his coat
last? By making his pants and vest
Sixteenth Year of Publication.
There are men so constitutionally
o. c. IRELAND.
E. L. E. WHITE. dull that a blister will not make them
D. C. IRELAND & Co.,
A lady asked a gentleman his age.
Weekly Subscription Kate«.
He replied, what you do in every
One copy per year in advance ... $2.00
If not paid in advanoe
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2.50 thing, X. L.
To olubs of three or five, when accompanied
Only strong men should be rich, be
with the cash, $1.50 per year eaoh. Two
names for six months each to count as one cause taxes are too heavy for ordinary
people to carry.
The Daily Reporter.
A young dude upon being called a
T he D aily B epobteb is issued every day
in the week exoept Sundays, and is delivered tramp, replied, weally I’ll wing my
in the oity at 10 oents per week. By mail, +• •
oents per month in advanoe. Bates for ad chestnut bell on him.
vertising same as for T he W eekly B epobteb .
A kiss upon the lips is a mortgage
upon a girls affections, which may be
iw. 1 lm. 1 8m. 8m. 18ms foreclosed at any time.
One inch.................. »1 00 2 001 4 00 7 00 10 00
1 75 2 50 7 50 15 00 30 00
Man was made in dry weather, he
2 75 5 50 16 >0 33 00 66 00
Twenty-two inches 5 50 11 00|33 (X) 66 00 132 IX) was made of dust, and quite a number
¡5F"Above rates slightly advanced for pre have never recovered from their crea
ferred positions; “Top of Column,-’ “Next tion. They are still dry.
to Beading Matter,” “Seoond Page,” or
Do try and talk a little common
Local notices in reading column on sense, said a young lady to her suitor.
Third page: One insertion, per line lOoents
Oh, but would not that be taking an
Two insertions per line
Three insertions per line
unfair advantage of you.
By the month per line
JrffObituary notioes. resolutions of cou
An average small boy from Mussel
doiement, etc., to insure publication in the
upon being asked the cause of
Reporter, must be aocotnpanied with instruc
tions; and the name of the proper person or his absence, answered, it was a tempo
persons to whom oharges for the same are to
rary aberration of the mind superin
duced by excessive inadvertance.
Book & Job Printing« A young man of McMinnville said
We beg leave to announoe to the public to his friend, 1 have a mind to buy a
that we have just added a large Btock of new
novelties to our business, and make a special house and lot, marrv and settle down
ty of Letter Heads. Bill Heads. Note Heads, here- His friend said, a better thing
Statements, Business Cards, Ladies Calling
Cards, Ball Invitations (new designs» Pro to do at this season is to remain sin
grammes. Posters, and all descriptions of gle and settle up.
work. Terms favorable. Call and be oon-
D. C. LBELAND & CO.
When you sell your butter and eggs
pay your debts. When your wheat
E. E. COUCHER. M. D and oats, pay your clergy, your teach
ers, your doctors, your lawyers, editors,
merchants and laborers. If you never
PHYSICIAN ANI) SURGEON.
these, pay your debts; it helps
O hf . oon
your credit. When is the best time
Offioe and residenoe. oorner of Third and
to pay debts, whenever you have the
D streets, next to the postoffioe.
money to do it with. How to pay,
buy less on time, and pay often.
IkS. m ’ oain .
h . HUBLEY.
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AMD XOTAHIE« PI BLIU
Especial attention paid to abstracts of title
and settlement of estates in probate.
Offioe -Jail buiding, up stairs.
Mrs. M. Shadden
RTThe Taylor System of Cutting and Fit-
Third street, Next to Bishop A Kay's store.
M c D onald .
M iss K. T mobmt 'F
In Mrs. H. P. Stoart’a Millinery Store.
OPP< >8ITE GRANGE HALL,
YRICE TWO CENTS
McCain & Hurley,
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O bdoo *.
RING THE CHANGES.
O ik the Ohl _ King in
In view of some changes in the busi
ness world, as well as among produc
ers and laborers, 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
Third Ht., < ippoMite
count of what stock we have on hand,
YAMHILL CO. BANK.
whether it be in cattle, horses, mer
D on ’ t F okuet the 1‘ i . ack ,
chandise or farms, and ascertain for
— Where you will—
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 1 shall introduce
to you on or about New Years, New
Styles, New Goods, and a Radical
change in the management of tin*
Business which I trust may prove to
G« hm I h of till kind, and above
our mutual advantage. It is with this all EiirniHliing
THE LOW ESI' I'KK'ES. Also ngeuta
object in view that it to be adopted. for the
It will, upon investigation, be found llrow iimi ill? Woolen Mill
a full line of all goods made by
simple and just to one and all. The Carrying
these celebrated units.
time is past when a man can.sell goods
on one year or for an indefinite period,
and compete with those who sell ex
clusively for cash. I shall on or about
Jan. 1st introduce to you a system FRED. F. KELLER, Prop
Sucoesmtr to W F. ItangiUMer,
possessing all the advantages of both
BangHHH«>r'H building, Cor B and Third S«,
the credit and the cash sytems, and
Here in where von nan get vonr inoneyM
none of the disadvantages of either.
Y AM HILL CO
A. J. A iterhon .
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sau«ag«. Tripe,
and everything in the line of meats, of the
lieat <|n^|ity the country affords. U*> the
Bost of BoloRnns.
Give me a call and lie satisfied
W. T. BAXTER.
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
At the New Htore of
Basier i Martin
ta Fun Gins.
Among the things we do not do
this year is to publish a fraud from J. |
Cor. 3d and C Street*.
H. Bates’s, advertising house in New-
Huooeaaora t<» Al. HUHBEY,
OVEB YAMHILL COUNTY BANK,
street, MoMinnville, Oregon,
York, at a discount of 75 per cent, j
I n X dw Open.
from rates paid by decent folk, and
then trust him a year for that We do . Attention in respectfully invited to this
not want any business from you, Mr.
Bates, upon such terms of “customary Im facilities for thorough practical instruc A new, neat and clean Bloc k. Every «rtieto
tion; aotunl buainesa department a apeoislty
No. I. Fruit Jara. Rutter *'roeka, lolered
credit,” hence shall not deal with you. where curreucy. bank check, draft«, etc., are A Olaaaware,
Cutlery, Caeed Honda, To
used. Class, or private instruction day or
bacco, Pipes and Cigars.
Mine host L. H. Cook had his dining evening.
College Journal sent free on ap rreeh Trult and Vegetables in Bese*
room at the Central Hotel very taste plication.
Give me a call Invpect my stock, and I
fully decorated for the supper in con Crayon Portrait Work a Specialty, will guarantee price, to <mi you.
G. B. HIGGINS. Pna.
nection with the Firemen's ball. But p. O. Box 101
though elegant in all its surroundings,
w. i . 04BBIFOV,
a . a. OAtnrr.
Family Grocery Store
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the room was in no particular superior
to the tables which were bountifully eurisko market
Third Street, MoMiunville, Oregon.
laden with every delicacy of the sea-
son. Misa Eva Cook. Miss May Alex-!
H Cook are enti- Where the best of meats oan always be found
(Hnooemor to L. ROOT.)
and nt the moet reasonable price«, where
the loin of beef is divided with our ouetocs-
tied to m i
tomt I m . Flow. 1 mm ,
both the dinner .
an J go*! weighta given. Give na a aalL
OlMrraro and Croekery.
Jels of perfection
and the a' ft
W. J. Garrison A Co. K‘O«»di delivered to purohaaeniin tbesfty
for the hoi
J. Harv. Henderson