The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887, December 23, 1886, Image 3

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    Reporter
A very handsome all wool
The First National Bank will
- cream colored dress, to he made be closet! to the public on both
up tor $1.00, is the attraction at Christmas and New Year day. , H I Im. fresh home nuuie mixed
D. C. IRELAND A CO. PUBLISHERS,
candy for 25c, and better yet, if you
Mrs. Shadden’s dressmaking
Dr. G. II. Smith and Miss will C. Gowen at the Bakery.
McMinnville, Or. - Dec. 23, 1886 1 parlors. It will be finished part
Lillie Getchill were married at
Ladies gold and silver wntohea at a
with lace trimmings and valued
Oregon City has caught bridge at $oO. 1 here is to be a ruffle for Amity yesterday, Rev. E. Russ >ig bargain at the McMinnville jew­
officiating.
( elry store.
fever.
it, and the lucky winner will
Mrs. H. P. Stuarts' atock ia going off
The mud was raked tip at the
Yesterday afternoon was a surely get a prize, ('all upon
rapidly
at reduct'd rates till after the
intersection
of
Third
and
C.
mild, balmy sunny day.
Mrs Shadden for particulars to­
lolitlaya.
('all and inspect, op|H>eite
. streets yesterday, and good bot­
The legislative assembly will day.
tom found.
the Grange store.
meet at Salem on the 10th, of A Portland growl in the Tele­
McMinnville jewelery store ia now
Yesterdays Oregonian con­
January.
gram is thus stated: Eggs forty
tains another long and interest­ the biggest and largest west of Port­
There shall be no such word cents perdozen withan “upward special from Judkins, Washing­ end and the cheapest in Oregon.
as fail in connetion with the tendency” and from three to ton city.
Topics were The Win. Holl, proprietor.
five
in
the
dozen
rotten,
and
Choral Union.
Why do you pay for inferior silver
Dalles ship railway, Salmon
still
farmers
complain
that
there
listed
table ware big prices, if
J. A. C. Freund left for North
fisheries, etc.
is
nothing
in
their
business
in
Yamhill yesterday upon import­
Mr. Underwood, the indefati­ you get at the McMinnville jewelry
this
country.
store, Wm. Holl, the beat and finest
ant business.
gable supervisor of No. 45, was
Lucy . Stone says; “If under­ in the city yesterday covered can be had for the same price.
C. W. Talmage made the trip
Mias Belle Johnson, teacher of musio
Our interviewer
to Sheridan and back in a hurry paid sewing women will take well- with mud.
in
McMinnville and at McMinnville
paid domestic service, they will found that it was caused by put.
yesterday p. m.
college. Residence corner of Second
not need charity.” The same
Mr. Daniels of the famous La­ may be said truthfully, as a gen­ ting in corduroy on the Baker and C Streets. ’
fayette flouring mills vyas in the eral rule, of the underdressed fcreek road where 800 feet has
All parties knowing themselves in­
been laid, and 400 are to be, be­ debted
to me are requesterl to please
city on business yesterday.
mendicant. The value of domes­ fore the road is passable.
come forward, shake hands, settle up
,,An exhibition by the public tic service and honest industry
happy and
G company, OSMrhave good old accounts, make me happy,
school at Carlton, will be given cannot be overestimated.
yourself
to.
I
1
hevc
_
____
l*horod
.. for you
reason for self congratulation on in the past, and shall continue
to do
this eyenipg, Thursday; instead
It is time a few new gas burn­ the result of the competitive
so
in
the
future.
My
work
always
of to-morrow evening.
ers were put into the Gilman. drill with the Seattle boys. Not gives satisfaction. Money 1 must
Mrs. A. J. Apperson wants a Mrs. G. W. Davidson nearly lost only did the Portland company have to meet my obligations and if
girl to assist her in her house her life there because her hus­ secure the wreath of bays for you want to. hoar me smile, just, come
work. Do not wait till after the band, in turning down the gas superiority in military tactics^ and drop a few ducats into my out
stretched palm. Respectfully yours,
holidays; but answer now.
turned the sfop-cock too far but they came out very satis­ W. T. Booth.
The next meeting of the Chor­ around, and did not notice the factorily on the question of
A ll A ccounts due us must l»e paid
al Union will be held at the par­ strong smell in his room before finance. The amount realized
now,
as we must settle with the mach­
lors of Miss F. E. Russ. A full he was awakened from his over and above the outlay was a inery house below. Hurry up-
attendance is desired Tuesday stupor by the noise made at his very neat little sum.
B ooth A W right , McMinnville.
door by Mrs. Hemphill.
evening.
The Silverton Appeal referring
H thaved .—December 4th, from my
The crystalization of fruits ico the hostile attitude of Port­ pasture,
Miss Sadie an«l Miss Ida
south of thia city, an iron grey
Smith of Brownsville have taken is becoming an importapt in­ land concerning the narrow three year old gelding. A suitable re­
up their resjde.nye in this city, dustry in California, and the gauge railway system, says ward will be paid for information that
to hi« recovery,
and are engaged with Mrs. M. New York trade admits that th«* Portland is very much like many will lead A.
K. O lds , McMinnville, Dr.
California fruit confects are interior towns that kick against
Shadden in dressmaking.
A business meeting of tlm much, superior in flavor to th«* every enterprise calculated tb
Votive To .Uy To Iron«.
In eonsequenos of doolinin« health, which
Young Peoples Dancing club, French goods. The largest con­ help them, because they are not
mo from mskina personal applioa
will be held this evening at Jeff cern devoting attention to this used to enterprise ami can’t see prevents
Hon to imrtiea Indebted, I am «impelled to
industry
is
Barbour
it
McMurtry
just how it will affect them. thus pablioly •«¥ Hu». nil bills due and an
D. Fpntqn’s .office, at 7:30 o’clock.
January 1st 1B h 7 will be placed lit
of
San
Jose,
and
Wm.
T.
Cole
­
But when the enterprise is once stettled
A full attendance is desired.
other hands for «dieotioii.
man «t Co.
W m H. HINGHAM.
inaugurated ami the community
Sign the petition.
matter
MoM innrille, Or., Deo. 2d. IHMrt.
Bro.
Stine
says
he
has
the
begins to derive the predict«*«
how goes the vote; let us be rid
names
of
forty
persons
in
Browns
­
benefits,
tin* “«log in the' man­
IM< »IVI lu il vi Ilo
of the vexed question which has
ville,
who
weekly
borrow
the
ger
”
spirit
leaves
them
for
tin*
too long been a soft thing for a
LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLES
certain class of political wire Informant from their neighbors,] time until another enterprise is
who are enterprising enough to proposed, when the kicking pro­
ppllers.
take it and pay for it. And cess is again revived.
Geo. O|ds met with a serious these are the very ones, too, who
accident on the road South-east have no use for a paper. As a
On the morning of December
of the city a few nights since, great majority of these borrowers
30th,
Mr. White will call upon the
by upsetting his carriage. His are amply able to take the Infor­
business houses of this city with
wife lost her pocket-book, and mant, and pay for it, he can
copies of the New Year edition.
George has been out dragging hardly refrain from putting
Its contents cover all topics, LOGAN BROS, & HENDERSON,
—^PHOI’KIETOKM —
for it.
their names in th«* paper.
consisting of able editorials and
There will be an appropiate
A real estat«* agency at Seatth* current events, stories by well Fin«* Carring«*«, linci«« mid
service Christmas day at St. is sending out its compliments known writers, selected poems,
Maihlh* II ohm -«,
James church, the Rev. John C. broadcast, boasting of its town Yamhill county and its business
And everything In the Livery hire,
Fair officiating.
Service will and resources; but the tone of interest, pioneer days, local and
in good ahnp*
commence at 10 a. m. All are the circular is mad«* very inhar­ miscellaneous news, making it a
It IC«*n«oitnbl<* lini«*«.
cordially invited to attend.
monious bv an imprint show­ vehicle of public information
\o I <1’1'1 THM k
The petition to the legislative ing that the card was printed unsurpassed in the history of
assembly concerning the relo­ way back in th«* Atlantic states. country journalism in the north­
cation of the county seat in A firm that is too proud to pat­ west. It behoves our resident
Yamhill county simply asks the ronize its home institutions and citizens to take one or more ex­
privilage of submitting the ques­ build up the arts in its own tra copies, and send to friends
The
tion to the voters, not later than midst as well, need to be remind­ outside of the county.
ed that among practical men its price has tinully been placed at
June, 1887.
Thanks are due A. J. Apper- ostentatious displays are taken 10 cents per copy, owing to the
son for a bounteous lunch left at as mere vaporings which la«’k increased cost of production, it is Harin« pnrobaard
parebaand the
(be Strain property, and
no boast tqalate that the issuing permanently
irmanentky located
loeated tn
in MobUnnriU*,
McMinnriite, mi
am
this office Tuesday evening, tor the test of soundness.
of
this
New
Years
number
will
ready to do all kind« of Truck and Da Ur-
Uncle
Sam
is
getting
after
the overworked printers, who
W ’ m * ataiiort notioa. AH
*“ «ondn ea-
cost the publishers over $300. ary
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will ba oare fully handled,
t ranted
to oar
oarn
had not the time to go ami eat. Russia in relation to her treat­
Having had constantly employ­ id promptly delivered« U«> keep on band
A bottle of tl>e “mjlk of human ment of an American citizen, ed fof the, pant month a force of and
leod <d all Lodaaa eh.
OrJera
Order« left at tbe
(be ( (lit
expelled
because
he
was
a
He
­
kinjliy5?9” was one
many
promptly attended to.
five
men
and
two
ladies.
brew.
luxuries.