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cline, holders are in some in
stances hurriedly selling at fig
The Prohibition Vote.
I). C. IREI.ANI» 4 CO. PUBLISHERS.
ures from five to ten cents lower, A. H. & 0. 0. HODSON
By Carrier per week ........................ 10 oeuts
I thank you in behalf of sev- than they were urged to take by
(Payable on Saturday.)
eral consistent believers in the
By Mail »0 cents per Month ( In Advance.)
doctrine of prohibition as taught others pooling their stock and
Hute« for Advertiaiiag
shipping in the forlorn hope of
Will be made aatiafaetory to all applicants. bv Third Party Tactics, for your
manly statement in the Daily yet realizing the figures of two
Dec. 4. 1886
Reporter last week upon the or three months ago.
That they will
oi l: noys
strength of the prohibition vote. meantime they are out in stor-
l age, insurance and interest on sell for cash
A Christina* Story, telling how six Please publish this, which is an
money lying unproductive in
young men, many years ago, spent official count of that vote for
the hops and have suffered much
They also have a SMALL LOT of
their Christinas eve, in playing Santa 1884-’86:
What this Hardware, Tinware, Etc., Etc.
in ’86. anxiety besides.
S tates ,
Claus among the poor of a manufactu
684 last means to the American
That will also be sold
ring village in the East,' filling a huge 1 California,
4,800 people, the terrible record that
sleigh with goods and masquerading [Colorado,
Low for Cash.
4,810 insomnia is making among
as the Saints from Wonderland, will Connecticut,
They have a few
8,386 them surely tells. This lesson
appear in the Christmas number of Delaware,
19,097 has its duplicate in one product PLOWS, HARROWS,
the R eporter .
9,185 or another in almost every
Thia will he followed by a thrilling
1,000 farming community in the state.
BA IK WAGONS
narrative “The Tunnel of Death, or Kansas.
That will be sold
It is one of the plainest,
. Life in the Great Prison Pen,” at El Kentucky,
most frequently rehearsed and
mira, N. Y., in '61. This story em Louisiana,
Low for Cash.
braces all the attributes of an active
you want anything in that line you
7,245 it seems impossible for those will When
consult your own interest ae well u
drama in real life, mingling the sun-
8,160 most interested to learn it. onrsto call and see us. We think we can suit
you. Try it.
A, H. & O. 0. HODSON.
shine with the shadows. It tells of I Michigan,
many devices made by rebel prisoners Minnesota,
9,030 Farmers with rickety fences,
4,000 dilapidated outbuildings, leaky
to escape, at the same time giving a Missouri,
9,000 farm roofs, unpainted houses,
pen picture of the silent city of the I Nebraska,
2,220 and gates dragging forlornly
dead wherein lay resting the bones of New Hampshire,
19,579 upon one creaking hinge, tell of
6,000 Confederate dead.
2,500 prudence overreaching itself in
We recommend the following
28,657 the direction of holding crops in
process for tinding out the age Oregon,
2,775 hope of a raise, and getting left
of eggs and distinguishing those Pennsylvania,
30,586 on the foolish venture. Farmers
We have a large and Complete
that are not. This method is Rhode Island
1,598 need the money that they earn
stock consisting of:
based upon the decrease in the South Carolina,
in timely payment, just as much Christmas Cards,
density of eggs as they grow old. Tennessee,
30,000 as individuals need their earn-
Autograph, Photo Albums,
Dissolve two ounces of kitchen Texas,
1,541 ings promptly,
Notions, Hand Mirrors.
salt in a pint of water. When a Virginia,
owners realize this and make
Dressing Cases, Odor
fresh laid egg is placed in this West Virginia,
3,000 seasonable disposal of their
solution it will tiescend to the Wisconsin,
20,000 products and apply a just por
bottom of the vessel, while one
Perfumes, Combs, Brushes, Toilet Articles,
153,128 313,227 tion of the same as needed to
that has been laid on the day Total
their improvement the ill-kept
previous will not quite reach the
A Mistaken Policy.
farm will be a rarity in Oregon.
We call Special Attention to
bottom. If the egg be three days
our stock of Ladies Portmonna-
old it will swim in the liquid,
ies in leather and plush,
Experience and observation
and if it is more than three days
which are cheaper than ever
old it will float on the surface, combined are powerless to show
Is there any difference between
and project above the latter some producers the policy of sell
imported filth and the domestic edition of Webster’s Unabridg
more and more in proportion as ing their crop, whether of grain,
ed Dictionary will be given
hops and fruit, at a reasonable article, it is in favor of the latter,
it is older.
away. Every purchaser buy
time and for a price fairly re as any one who has read the dis ing One Dollars worth of Holi
There is something about munerative. Owing to a failure patches from London during the day Goods, gets a chance.
money that dries up affection. iof the hop crop in New York last few days, can testify. Those Ten chances for every Ten Dol
1 suppose that one reason of it the past season, that product who, in the light of recent de lars. Come and learn particu
is that the moment the man gets rose to a figure on this coast velopments, believe that the Pall lars of
any money there are so manv that, without taking chances on Mall Gazette’s disclosure of mor
ROGERS & TODD,
trying to get it awav from him a further advance, promised ality among the British nobility
that he thinks the whole race ample ami indeed handsome re of a year and a half ago were
are his enemies.
turns to the fortunate owner of without foundation in fact must
a few acres of hop vines. In be possessed of a faith in corrupt
If it were possible to bottle
stead of taking this price and men that even their own confess
the air there would be a great
being thankful, regarding two- ions of immorality, added to the
American Air Bottling associa
Ithirds of it, at least, as that more positive testimony of their FRED. F. KELLER, Prop.,
tion Indore sundown to-morrow,I
much found, making cash sales victims, fails to shake.
Suooewor to W. F. Bangasaer,
and millions would be allowed to
Bangaaaer'a building, Cor B and Third "<•»
die for want of a breath, if they
Here is where you oan get your nW!*
were unable to pay the monthly element of greed was in manv* I Notice To Uy Patron*.
In oonseqnei oe of declining health, which Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage- Tri*
pected advance in price, growers prevents me from making personal applies
indebted. I am oom pelted to and everything in the line of ,nae***’
Times must be getting good in held for a further rise. As a tion to parties
. ly “y thMt a11 bil18 dn® »nd nn- beat quality the oountry afford*. Al»
'brisco. An old fashioned min result the old story is repeated.
‘f! 1R< W111 h® PlB<*d in
other hands for oolleotion.
Best of Bolo«nas-
ing stock craxe has struck them. The product has suffered a de- m w ... ~
McMinnville, Or., Deo. 2d. 1KS6.
Give me e oall and be eetieffed.
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