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M c M innville .
The Daily Reporter.
DECEMBER 1. ISb.»
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Sixteenth Year of Publication.
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Ittk & ¿«b Printing,
We beg leave to announoe to the public
that we have just added a large stock of new
novelties to our business, and make a special
ty of Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Note Heads.
Statements. Business Cards, Ladies' Calling
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grammes, Posters, and all descriptions of
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D. C. IRELAND A CO.
E. E. COUCHER, M. D
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
O bbgom .
Offioe and residence, oorner of Third and
D streets, next to the postoffioe.
McCain & Hurley,
AND NOTARIES PUBLIC,
Especial attention paid to abstracts of title
»nd settlement of estates in probate.
Offioe—Jail buiding. up stairs.
Mrs. M. Shadden
E7*The Taylor System of Cutting and Fit
Third street. Next to Bishop A Kay’s «tore,
k*. A. M c D onald .
PRICE TWO CENTS.
M bs K. T wokjtf 'S
!» Mrs. H. P. Stuart’s Milliaery Store.
OPPOMT» GRANGE HALL,
The Exchange hotel of North Yam
hill, containing twenty-two rooms in
all, two stories high, is offered for sale
for cash, or exchange for real estate.
The house is well known to the travel
ing public, and doing a good business
The present proprietor’s reason for
Belling is that he is too far advanced
in age to attend to it, ami is determin
ed to sell if an opportunity is offered,
even at a sacrifice. In fact he is bound
Third St., Oppoaite
to sell it if a customer comes. North
A amhill is ns rapidly improving town |
YAMHILL CO. BANK.
as any on the west side, is the center
D on ’ t F orgkt thk P i aci ,
of a large trade, the starting |annt for
Tillamook bay, the resort for hunters
RING THE CHANGES.
— Where yon will—
and sportsmen in the summer season,
Ring Out the Old - Ring in and this is the best chance for a good
man in the whole state. For further
particulars address this office, or apply
In view of some changes in the busi to J. Delap. North Yamhill, Oregon.
ness world, as well as among produc
Testimony of h Druggist.
ers and laborers, it is well that we
The Swift Specific Co.—Gentlemen.
should one and all think of our own We are gratified to report that Aaron
interests as well as that of others, and Blaydes,living near this place, and who
once in a while call a halt, take ac has been suffering with a severe case
count of what stock we have on hand, of blood poison, is now well. He was
cured by Swift’s Specific. He was
whether it be in cattle, horses, mer
Fumisbing Goods of sll kind, and above
blind, and his body was covered with all THE LOWEST PRICES. Also ngeuta
chandise or farms, and ascertain for eating sores. His sufferings were in for the
ourselves our present condition and tense, and he seemed on the verge of ItrowiiNvillr Woolen Hill
future prospects, and make such the’Stygian river, and had made every Carrying a full line of nil goods made by
these celebrated mills.
changes from time to time as each of preparation to go to “ that bourne
from whence no traveler returns.” We
us, after mature deliberations, find our
furnished him with a supply of Swift’s
better judgments may indicate. In Specific, and he is now well. Truly
view of these things I shall introduce Yours. T. Caven A Co. Druggists, At
to you on or about New Years, New lanta, Texas, Sept. 10, 1886.
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
Styles, New Goods, and a Radical
At the New Ntore of
A Golden Opinion.
change in the management of the
The Swift Specific Co.—Gentlnien :
Business which I trust may prove to I have used your Specific in a number
our mutual advantage. It is with this of cases in the last twelve months, al
Huoeeeeor« to Al. HOHSY,
object in view that it to be adopted. ways finding good results. At pres
Third street. MeMinavtlle, Oregon,
ent I have a patient in my charge who
It will, upon investigation, be found
has a cancer. 1 am treating him on
simple and just to one and all. The Swift Specific alone, and believe it will
time is past when a man can sell goods effect a cure, and can safely recom
A new, neat and clean Mock. Every erta
on one year or for an indefinite period, mend it to the public as being one of A No. I. Fruit Jara, Butter Creek«, (eleaed
Gisse war«, CuBery, Ceasd Geeda, Te-
and compete with those who sell ex the best blood purifiers I have ever
beeoo. Pipe» and Cigar«.
tried. W. S. Golden, M. D., Worth Freek Fruit
clusively for cash. I shall on or about
ville, Ky„ Aug. 11, 1886.
Givano« a call, Inspect mv
Jan. 1st introduce to you a system
For sale by Rogers A Todd. Treatise will guarente» prie«« to mil yea.
possessing all the advantages of both on blood and skin diseases mailed
the credit and the cash sytems, and free. The Swift Specific Co., drawer
3, Atlanta, Georgia, 157 W. 23d street, Family Öracery Store«
none of the disadvantages of either.
A. J. A ppkrsom . New York.
Third Street. MeMinenlle, Ov««ee.
Why do you pay for inferior silver
J. Harv. Henderson
plated table ware big prices, if
to L. BOOT.)
In view of the change soon to take you get at the McMinnville jewelry
place, I desire all accounts to be set store, Wm. Holl, the l>est and finest
tled by the 1st of Jan. A word to the can be had for the same price.
wise is sufficient Call and settle.
A. J. A ppkrsom .
Basier & Martin
ta Fumi On
DR.I C. TAYLOR,
Late of New < ’risen«, La.,
About the first day of January I ex Pile« and Fiatili« a Npr
pect to pay up all my debt«, but in
order to do so I must call upon all
who are owing me to come forward
flrrr. W« Curr
and pay their account«. So if you are
indebted to me thi« ia * notice to pay
up »nd save costa. I m«»n bu.ineee.
Opposition Boot and Shoe House.
offioe with H V. V. Johnson. M. D„