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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1887)
Continued from 2d page.
far along in the meridian of life.
Many of them, like Henry and Sa
rah Bakerand Margaret Mahone and
Blakely Newby, have gone to join the
great majority on the other shore.
The second building in town was FRED. F. KELLER, Prop.,
bought of T. J. Shadden 1 think, by
Is the best place to (?et your
“Dutch Bearry,” and on large wooden
goods tor the Holidays. Be
wheels wok drawn into town by sev Bangssser's building, Cor B and Third Sti.
fore purchasing for yourself
eral yokes of yxen, and used as a
or family, i* will pay you to
Here is u here you can pet your money’*
store and dwelling by Solomon Bear worth in
CALL AND EXAMINE
ry, and which perhaps still stands as Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Tripe,
my goods which are warrant
it was first placed, to the west, and ad and everything in tbe line of meats, of tin
ed as represented. Having
best quality the coontrv affords. Also tbe
joining my half block.
The next summer, in 1856 or ’57,
Best of Bolognas.
Gov. Geo. L. Woods erected a small
Give me a oali and be satisfied.
house just west of the corner of the
College lot, and hung out his shingle *T. CHARLES HOTEL,
r MULTNBR, Prop.,
as “Atty at law.” I alito erected a
for rips on your boots and shoes. Boots made and
Corner Third and B streets,
good sized house on the eoutheMt mnivvviiiE
repaired at short notice. Sign ot the BIG BOOT,
corner of my lotH, which was soon oc-
New bouse! New furniture! Unsurpasse,
Opposite the Grange Store.
in the country Rate«—fl to
per day ac
copied by Dr. J. McBride and hi> cording
to room. Single meal« 25 oénts
Lodging. 25 to 50 cent« according to room
Board and Lodging, ft to fh. per week. Tw<
I also erected a
Fine Sample Room« for commercial men
corner of my property in which I Give me a call and see for yourself.
opened a “store" of assorted mer
chandise from a large stock of drugs,
books, ladies and gent's goods of every Late of Independence, having purchased the
description, down to chain pumps
and grind stones.
Before building and opening the Of Logan Bros A Henderson, offers hie
store however, I built a house on the
Guarantee Satisfaction I
corner directly east of the store, which
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was soon oocupied by W. S. Hussey,
He will keep a wagon specially adapted to the
Esq., and in which occured one of delivery of paroels. trunk« satchels. etc., fee
the saddest and most distressing the accomodation of the public. Order« left T_______ To CHICACO and all points EAST.
it th« et.it>]«- will tie promptly attended to al
JjOV/GSL XL l LLLS Tickets «old to «II PROniNENT POINTS
scenes I ever witnessed. But enough
Throughout the East and Southeast.
W. T. BAXTER.
F. J. MARTIN.
for the present. If further rambling
TO LAST BOUrtD~PA**ENGER*!
reminiscence of the early days of Mc
Minnville are desired, I will cheerfully
le' BE CAREFUL AND DO ¡NOT MAKE A MISTAKE-BUT BE SURE
At the New Store of
I ran scribe them from the tablets of
------ TO TAKE THE------
With kindly hail to all the “first
settlers" I am quionasum kahqua ati-
Successors to Al. HUSSEY,
8. 8. A dams .
I'bird street, McMinnville, Oregon,
And see that your ticket read« via Portland and
Marysville, Ohio, Dec. 31st, 1886.
PIONEER BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Low Prices to Suit
Times, and where you won t have to Pay
I*. F. BrOWIie.
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
Basier i Martis x |lorthcrn*|?arifin
ta Fw Gun ------- St PAUL or MINNEAPOLIS.^—
A uew, neat ami clean stock.
A No. 1. Fruit Jars, Butler Crocks, Colored
Glassware, Cutlery, Cased Goods, To
bacco, Pipes and Cigars.
Trash rrult and Vegetables in Season
Give me a call. Inspect mv stock, and 1
will guarantee prices to suit VOU.
third Street, McMinnville, Oregon
\ elice ol t'o Parlner«liip
Hnvmg eiitervd luto Co Partnership witi
1>. M * aldwell. in tha
FEED AND FLOl'R BUSIN EH".
Iti Sbotta’« building. oppoait* tbe Poet ottio*
thè timi will ite known ns COLjhVRD A
tir. Caidwell will alicnd
ihr %«ittii« ufllic puhllr.
All aalee will I m * for caeh nt bed hak pnoe»
Orders delivered Io suv pari of thè city fre<
<>f extra oharge.
j. .1. (XHX \ RI).
D. M. CALDWELI..
McMinnvtlle. Or.. l>ee. .’7th, IK m .,
J. Harv. Henderson,
(Successor tu L. ROOT.)
▲11 Freah Goodi, Oroctrits. Floor, Bncon arc
To avoid change« and serious delays occasioned by other routes. Through
Emigrant Sleeping Cars are run on Regular Express Trains Full
Length of the Line. Berths Free.
GENERAL OFFICE OF
THE CO H P AM .
No. 2 Washington St., Portland, Oregon.
CH AHI.TON, General Western I'aiisf ngcr Agent.
A. H. & 0. 0. HODSON BISHOP & KAY.
Q’.ur*arc and Crockery.
That they will
Î^FGood. delivered to purchaser« tn tbe city
SELL FOR CASH
LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLES
ibey also have a HMALLfLOT of
Y AM HILL CO.,
Third St.. Opposite
D on ’ t F orget the P lace ,
— Where yon will—
Hardware, Tinware, Etc., Etc.,
That will also be Hold
I*ow for Cask.
l bey|have a few
LOGAN ----- BROS,
Ample r«sMU to ears for borse*.
loams st as reasonable rates as any where in
Oratosi. New stable Third
Fine ( nr ringe«, H nek » and
And everything in tbe Livery hire.
in good shape
At Kca«onablr Rate».
HÌIV U AGO\>
That will be «old
Low for Ca.3b_
Furnishing Goode of all kind, and abova
all THE LOWEST PRICES. Also agent«
When you want anything in that line yon Rr*wn«ville Woolen Hill,
will oonauit yoor own interest at well aa
non to call and are ua. We think we can suit Carrying a full line of all good* made by
vou Try it.
A. H A O O. HUDSON. these oelebrated mills