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therefore the pension may be Walla Walla, giving it direct
readily graded in those years, as communication with the east
D. C. IRELAND 4 CO. PUBLISHERS.
follows: |7.50 at 62; $15 at 63, and ought to stimulate that rich
Sukteript ion Hat**.
By Carrier per week............................ 10 oents increasing $7.50 for each suc- and rather lethargic place to
(Payable on Saturday.)
ceeding year until it reaches fresh efforts to rub its eyes open
Bingle Copy........................................ 2
By Mail M) oents per Month (In Advanc*.)
¡$90, and this amount is to be as the metropolis of eastern
Hates far Adverli»in<
untill death. To Oregon and Washington. Cen
Will be innde satisfiiotory to all applicants. continued
raise the requisite fund for this terville, will also be benefited by
McMinnville. Or. - Dec. 15, 1886
New Year Edition.
to look out for old age in the
On the 6th, Senator Mitchel * «AI’I’ERSOA, I
The «tail of the Reporter are now at
ottered a resolution, calling the
child born the parents are to de
work upon the great edition for New
attention of the senate to the Wants You to get right
posit ten dollars with the gov
Yearn. Each town in the county will
fact that appropriations for pub
be visited and ip past, present and | ernment, which is to be placed
down to business«
to the credit of the instutition lic improvements in Oregon had
future outlook given to our readers in
at a fair rate of interest, and the been unnecessarily delayed.
readable form. This edition will sur-
The Dalles Times commenting Because you feel that times are a lit
pass anything yet attempted by the
be transferred to the credit of says : There should be the most tle hard is just the reason you
searching investigation, and if
OCR MERCHANTS, LAWYERS, DOCTORS
should take advantage of our popu
same class or year. Among the Secretary Endicott has been
derelict in this public trust, he lar way of doing business.
Are informed that now is the oppor thoughtful wage-earners provis
should give a satisfactory expla
We ask you to buy Good Goods at low
tunity to send in your orders for copies ion for coining old age is ever a
of our great edition for New Years, grave
The people are sovereign in this prices,
as this will lie strictly a county paper
republic, and if sovereignty is For they are cheaper in the long run,
for the benefit of the county, is is ex ion of helplessness at threescore
anything more than an idle fict Look better,
pected that liberal patronage will be and ten appeals to the hearts of
To feel ion the dereliction of a public Fit neater,
The size of the weekly many
V a sturdy
that absolute want servant should not be passed
will be eight pages, eight columns to a certaintv
over with impunity. Relevant And are nicer in every way.
the page, just twice the present size. will not surround him in the
to this subject we hope our rep
If you do not leave your orders now, evening of life would in a great
It is for your interest and our interest.
you will not have a chance later on. measure relieve the hardships of
relax their efforts until the bot Economy for you,
The price will be single copy 10 cents, the active manhood, and the try
tom facts are laid bare to open And makes you solid customers of
or three for 25 cents. Now is your ing conditions of the present sunlight.
chance to advertise old Yamhill to could be faced with greater forti
the world by sending to your friends tude. This is only
Produce Price Current.
We give you plain, honest talk and
in the east, an issue of this grea t
Wheat j»er oental in Portland
.......... ?1 32 @ 1 35
let our competitors feed you on
earnestly pressed by political Wheat
per bushel in MoM
economists seeking a betterment Oats..
Wool per lb
Will it Work.
of the condition of the masses. Flour
8 We show you the new and exclusive
^iore wonders ami novelties It shines as a star of consolation Hapis .............. •-
are wandering about through in the pathway of old age. Is Lard .
Batter, fresh rolls
the sphere of political economy it practicable ? Who can dem Eggs per doz
Apples, green per box
than ever before, The nations onstrate it? It is certainly a Dried
apples, Fin miner...
7 Finest qualities in Seasonable Goods
are awakening to the fact that curous question, and one which Plums,
for fall and Winter.
economic questions relating to will tug at the heartstrings of Chickens per doz
Hides, dry flint
the wage winners of the world this nation very energetically “ green .......... ...........
7 Mens’, Youths’ and Boys’ Tailor-fit
overshadow everything else, and one of these davs.
Geese, tame, per dos....,
labor has at last caught the ear
Hogs, dressed ...........
An Immense Crop.
of mankind, and the mightiest
and minutest of our race have
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Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Clothing and
Well we should say so. Here
paused respectfully to listen to ire the figures of the Alta upon
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Hats,
what it may have to say. A crop productions this year :
Caps and Underwear.
very peculiar proposition has
Winter is about to spread its icv
The ¡»rices tell.
been made bv Prof. Umfenbach, wing over all of the United States,
aiming to relieve one sad feat except winterless California. But as
i The quality sells.
the summer has produced 1,700,000,-
ure ol the life of toilers. He 0<>0 bushels of corn. 103.000,000 bush
! The best assortment.
els of potatoes, 485,000.000 pounds of
claims that helpless old
tobacco and 45,000.000 tons of hav, to
All the leading styles.
tdiould be oared for direc Ely or say
nothing <»f the wheat and whiskey,
Prices which startle everybody.
indirectly by the state after the people will trv and get through
till May day.
reaching the age of 6Î. Forty
People of taste and economy, now is
dollars is the minimum sum
If the above is as rinr< a Triage«, Hacks and
with which a person can sustain * yesterday.
Our specialty—To please our cus-
life for one year, but in order to near to the fact as the Alta can
give to old age that assistance hit, its readers had better sub
And everything in the Livery hire,
Our Aims—To save money for our
in good shape
which would relieve it from scribe for the Reporter and keep
At Reasonable Rates.
care, it is proposed to give the posted.
sum of $90 yearly to all needy
Our Intentions—To do better by you
The missing link in the line, Aotice To My Patron*.
peraons after they have passed between Blue Mountain and
than anyone else.
their Tidyear. At 73 most per Centerville is being closed. The In oonsequeno* of declining health, which For your sake, for our sake, for good
from making personal applica
sons are incapable of manual construction of this piece of road tion to parties indebted, I am oompelled to
thaw pa Mid y my that all bills due and an-
ness sake, come find let us save your
labor, but from 62 to 73 many was promised several years ago. •tettled January 1st 1887 will be placed in
other hands for oolleotion.'
are able to earn something, and It is of great importance to m m - -o.
TKe Daily Reporter.
MoMinnville, Or., Dec. 2d, 1888.