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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1886)
M c M innville , O regon , T hursday . D ecember 9 iss»;
The Daily Reporter
PRICE TWO TENTH.
in the house that were too much worn
Crab-apples—How to Make Preserves, to l>e longer presentable, and were
Entered in the Postoffioe at MoMinnvillefor
Jelly and Marmalade.
still too good to be put into the car
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec For The Reporter.
pet rags. These I ripped apart and
ond Class Matter.
The season for crab-apples is past, washed, and by judicious sewing to
0. C. IRELAND.
E. L. E. WHITE. but I would, nevertheless, like to tell gether of the best parts, I had enou gh
your readers what nice preserves, jelly for one side of the comfort and nearly
D. C. IRELAND 4b Co..
and marmalade they will make. (Of half the other. The linings of these
course,those experienced housekeepers same dress skirts were then looked
The Daily Reporter.
T hs D aily R eported is issued every day “who know all about it,” need not over and, with a little careful mend
in the week exoept Sundays, and is delivered read this.) For preserves: Take as ing, enough material was eked out to
in the oity at 10 oents per week. By mail, 4»)
oents per month in advanoe. Rates for ad much sugar as fruit, and pour on it finish what was lacking. The padding
Third St., Opposite
vertising same as for T he W eekly R eporter . enough water to make a syrup. Pour was, of course, old sheets, and it took
this, boiling hot, over the crab-apples, but a little while to “tack” it after it
Betk & Jtli Printing« which have been previously cut in was put in the frames. Old bed
D on ’ t F orget the P lace ,
We beg leave to announce to the public
that we have just added a large stock of new halves, cored and placed in a stone spreads can be used in the same way
novelties to our business, and make a special jar. Cover closely, and let stand over as old sheets, and so in fact can old I
—Where you will—
ty of Letter Heads. Bill Heads. Note Heads,
Statements, Business Cards, Ladies Calling night. The next morning, pour them blankets, as well as quilts that have
Cards. Ball Invitations (new designs! Pro into your preserving pan and let them become pretty well wflrn and are
grammes, Posters, and all descriptions of
work. Terms favorable. Call and be con cook until done, which will be about growing ragged around the edges.
D. C. IRELAND A CO.
Bedding, to l>e kept in proper order
two and one half or three hours. They
should cook moderately, with frequent should be thoroughly overhauled and
E. E. COUCHER, M. D stirring. Made in this way they are repain'd every few years. At such j
excellent. Remaining in the syrup times every housewife should see that j
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
over night, hardens the fruit and all unsightly spreads of any deacrip-1
O regon .
causes it to retain its shape, which it ' tion are covered with fresh patchwork ]
or •• “tacked”
Offioe and residence, corner of Third and otherwise would not do. The cutting or calico, neatly ..mi»«.i
D streets, next to the postoffioe.
coring is a rather tedious operation (it and the edges bound.
Goods of nil kind, and above
Fresh straw in the ticks once or all Furnishing
must be done with a ¡»enkife) but it
THE LOWEST PRICES. Also agents
jas . m ’ oain .
h . hubley .
pays, for if preserved whole, the cores twice a year, oftenerif possible, should 1 for the
McCain & Hurley,
be considered indispensable. Woolen
are very troublesome.
For the jelly : Remove the stems, carpet« should not be allowed in sleep- BtOWtill* AVoolm Will
AXD NOTARIES Pl BL1C.
and put the fruit in a large pan, near itig apartments, but in their place Carrying a full line of all goods made by
ly covering it with water. Allow it to matting, or better still, bare floors them« oelrbrnted mills.
Especial attention paid to abstracts of title
cook until soft, then pour the mass with mats here and there which can
and settlement of estates in probate.
W. T. BAXTER.
F. J. MA HT IM
Offioe Jail buiding, up stairs.
into a bag, hang it over a vessel and be easily taken up and shaken on
let it drii> over night. In the morn sweeping day. Then, if the floor be
over with a damp mop, the dust New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
ing take the juice thus obtained and ; gone
Mrs. M. Sliadden
will l>e all absorbed and the apart
At the New Htore of
allowing the same quantity of sugar, ment left fresh and clean.
let it boil from fifteen to thirty min
C ousin H ai . lie .
Fashionatole Dressmaken utes, “trying it” occasionally by dip
ty The Taylor System of Cutting and Fit ping a little in a saucer and letting it
RING THE CHANGES.
cool. In this way you can tell
Ring Out the Old - Ring In
Third street, Next to Bishop A Kay’s store, when it becomes thick enough. When
done, pour, boiling hot, into cups or
In view of some changes in the busi
tumblers. (This same formula may
M rs . A. M c D onald .
M iss K. T hobmtos be used with apples, quinces, plums ness world, as well as among produc
ers and laborers, it is well that we A new, neat and clean stock. Every artiela
or prunes, and makes beautiful jelly of
A No. I. Fruit Jars, Butler Crocks, Colored
should one and all think of our own
Glaa«ware, Cutlery, Carod Goods, To
bacco. Pipes and Cigars.
Dressmaking. For the marmalade: Take the
rreah Fruit and ▼egetnbl.e in
pulp left in the bag, and rub it through
Give me a call. Inspect mv
In Mrs. H. P. Stuart’s Millinery Store,
count of what stock we have on hand, will guarantee prices to suit you.
OPPOSITE GRANGE HALL,
To this add the same proportion of whether it be in cattle, horses, mer
sugar, with cinnamon, all-epice and chandise or farms, and ascertain for Family Qrocery Store
cloves to taste. Let it boil gently for ourselves our present condition and
Third Street, McMinnville, Oregon.
two hours, stirring almost constantly. future prospects, and make such
changes from time to time as each of
Late of New Orleans, La.,
us, after mature deliberations, find our
Piles and Fistula a Spe A simple and economical way to better jnd'zments may indicate. In
utilize old sheets. Use them for the
(Haoeemor to L. IIO<>T.)
inside of bed comfortables. Two, or view of these things I shall introduce
firee. No Cure
at most, three old sheets, with outer to yott on or about Now Years, New AU Freah Qoofe, Grocer!*«. Hour, 1
coverings of calico, will make a com Styles, New Go»ds, and a Radical
OI abwbto and Crockery.
fort of considerable warmth, and will change in the management of the I^TUoods deliver»*! to porrliner» iu the atty
LvT Offioe with H V. V. Johnson, M D.
take but little “tacking” to hold them Busineas which I trust may prove to
Mo Minn rille, Oregon.
together. Of course we take it for our mutual advantage. It is with this HT (HlKLi;* Il OTB I a ,
granted that the sheets have been pre object in view that it to be adopted.
It will, upon investigation, be found
F. «ÜLTNBÄ. Frep.,
Late of Independence, having purchased the viously “turned,” that is when about
half worn, the outer edges sewn to simple and just to one and all. The
Corner Third and B streets,
gether and turned to the middle, time is past when a man can sell good* V|< WISIWVIf.I.E • - OHESAO1W
TEAMS AXD TRUCKS
which causes them to wear alxrnt on one year or for an indefinite |>eri<>d, New bouse! New furniture! UnsorpMMd
and compete with those who sell ex in the country Katew— tl to *2 per day aa-
Of Logan Bro«. <Jr Henderson, offers his equally all over. I succeeded in mak
for cash. I shall on or about cording to room. Mingle meals 2ft orata.
services in that line to the public, and will
ing a “comfort” last summer that cost
Lodging. 2Ä to Mi canta according to room.
and lodging. 14 to |C, per week. Twa
nothing at all but my work, but, as | Jan. 1st introduce to you a system Hoard
Fine Hampie Kooma for «oui mereiai ama.
huaranier Kaliwlaction woman’s work in the house is not po— --mg all th-- advantage of both Give
me a call and see for yocraelf.
To all who favor him with their patronage. usually considered worth anything, the credit and the cash sytems, and
He will keep a wagon specially adapted to the
none of the disadvantages of either.
delivery of pa rex la, trunks aatobela etc., for that part need not be mentioned.
YAM HILL CO
Baxter 2 Mirtii
DR.I C. TAYLOR,
J. Harv. Henderson
the aocornoilation of the public. Orders left There were several worsted drees skirts
M the stable will be promptly attended to at
A. J. A ppkrsok . '