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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1887)
In her presence, however, he s»»
rather quiet than otherwise. The mo*
nient she came in lie «topped talking.
She »aw it. and half «topped, too.
Bv-and-by. who should run up to tne
door. all muffled up to her pretty eye«,
but Tilly Fogg! She had been sent for,
for fhai wit» at die bottom of the ar
rangement. Il could never have suc
FRED. F. KELLER, Prop.,
ceeded without her.
Is the best place to get jour
She came clear into the room before
«lie knew who was there, and the mo
goods for the Holidays. Be
ment the startling intelligence revealed Baugaaser’« budding, Cor B and Third Sts.
fore purchasing for yourself
itself through her eyes «he made a
movement aa if to have retreated with
family, i* will pay you to
Here is where you can get your money’s
precipitation, had not Susan stood close worth in
CALL AND EXAMl'NE
at her buck, and crowded her along so Beef, Pork, Mutton. Sausage. Tript,
my goods which are warrant-
a- to shut the door. There they were,
then, all together; not one of the three nd everything in the lint of meats, of tbt
ed as represented. Having
unhappy parties had previously thought best quality the country affords. Also the
of auch a thing.
Best of Bolognas.
‘•Now,’’ «ai<l I to all nand«, "what’«
Give me a oall and be satiatied.
"Yes,” said Susie Wilde, who was a
real good little girl, “what is the matter, si'. CHARLE* HOTEL,
F. MULTNBH, Prop.,
tor rips on your boots and shoes. Boots made and
Corner Third and H streets.
•• WhyP” said Tilly, reining herself in
repaired at short notice. Sign of the BIG BOOT,
proudly, and looking everywhere but
New house! New furniture! Unsurnai >Mec
the Grange Store.
••Who said anything was the mafterP” in the country Rates—fl to |2 per day ac
blurted out Ethan, who couldn't have
Lodging, 26 to 50 oenta aooordmg to room
held his Longue to save his life.
Board and Lodging. |4to $>. per week. Tw:
“See here?'«aid I. “You, Tilly, are iiie Sample Rooms for commercial men
verv unhaoDV. You needn’t tell me G ve me a call and see for yourself.
you are not, for 1 know well enough
you an«; I could see it last night”
She tried to be indignant, but made
only a poor feint of it.
Late of Independence, having purchased the
“Now. Lucy,” 1 continued, ‘ what
made you go so readily to the dance
TE A JIN AM> TRI CKS
with Ethan, if he never invited you?”
Of Logan Brow A Henderson. offers his
Lucy was instantly as mad as a March
service« in that line to the public, and will
“lie did invite me, I’d have you to
Guarantee *atistaction * ********* *******************************************
know!” she exclaimed, fixing her speo-
tacles anew upon her nose.
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITHE DINING CAK I.IWWHHHN
lo all who favor him with their patronage.
••He didn’t! ’ broke in one of the girls ' le will keep a wagon specially adapted to the
THE DIRECT HOETE!
who was in the secreL “We did it. We delivery of parcels, trunks satchels, etc., for
the accomodation of the public. Orders left i T
got up that invitation ourselves!”
a. ^-1-- To CHICAGO and all points EAST.
t the stable will be promptly attended to at i jn^rPST,
XwXuCS T,cke«* ““■d «• al1 PROMINENT points
“And I----- ” she hesitated in her con
Throughout the East and southeast.
W. T. BAXTER
F. J. MARTIN.
“Then you didn’t----- ” chimed in the
W EAST HOI AD PASSEIWERK!
relieved Tilly, for the first time speak
ing to Ethan.
CT BE CAKEFUL AND DO ¡NOT MAKE A MISTAKE—BUT RE SURE
"No, never!” he answered with ready
At the New Store of
------ TO TAKE THE
“Then I forgive you!” said Tilly,
much lightened in her mind. And she
cordially extended her hand.
Ethan not only took it, but be knew
Nucoesaors to Al. HUSSEY,
his duty well enough to tnrow bis arms
1'bird Ht reel. McMinnville. Oregon
And see that your ticket reads via Portland and
about her and kiss her besides.
Lucy Doane flounced out of her chair,
and started for the door.
“I don’t care,” said she; "I’ve been
To avoid changes and serious delays occasioned by other routes. Through
engaged this ever so long to the minis
Sleeping Cars ......
are run on Regular
Express Trains Full
ter a son over in Fifield, and now 1’11 A new, neat and clean sU-'k. Everv artiob
Length of the Line. -
A No. 1. Fruit Jan, Butter Crocks, Colored
(■¡»»aware. Cutlery, Cased Goods, To
“I would,” amiably answered Ethan,
bacco. Pi|«e» and Cigars.
GENERAL DEIKE OF THE COMPANY,
not letting Tilly quite go om of his
rroah Fruit and Vegetables tn Season.
Give me a <*all Inejtect tnv stock, and I
And the party was made smaller by
A. II. ('ll Alii.TOX. General Western Passenger Agent.
the sudden withdrawal of the brisk lit will guarantee price- to -uit von.
The fc- t of u.s am down to a supper—
a real hearty country supper- and a
grand g.»od lim< we made of it. too.
third Street. McMinnville, Oregon.
There was no more trouble for Tilly
and Ethan; their differ« n vs were all
«»I < o Partnership,
PIONEER BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Low Prices to Suit
Times, and where you won t have to Pay
P. F. BrowilC.
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.......... AILLO ADI I
BEST! ¿i QUICKEST! ,
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
.. =F St. PAUL or M!NNEAPOLIS.^=—
No. 2 Washington St., Portland, Oregon.
A. H. & 0. 0. HODSON Bife HOP & KAY.
J. Harv. Henderson,
(Successor to L. HOOT.)
H ayiiip entered into '• Partnership will
D. M » aldwvll. in the
FEED \'1> FLOl’K lU’SiNES-
In tttkobe's building, opposite the l’«>.t oftict’
the firm will i* known as col,t.\l(|> A Al’ Fresh Coeds, Orocaries. Flour. Bacon,' ano
O’.Mrwarc ani Crockery.
ilr. Cititi well util niirntl le»
lliv MHilt» t»f*Hu* |>llbll<*.
AU -ah» will l*e tor casti at lied rock prua»
Order» d< livered to any part of the oily frv<
of extra char ;e.
.1. I COLLARD.
I». M. < tl.DWELL.
McMinnville Or.. Ike. ;th. Ibx .
YAM HILL CO.,
SELL FOR CASH
Nl <‘NI imivillo
Third St., Opposite
That they will
4F”Goode delivered to pnrobaM-rs in the oitv
LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLES
D on ’ t F orget the P lace ,
They also have a SMALLjLOT of
1’hHt will also be sold
Low for Cash..
Thev|have a few
LOGAN ----- BROS.
I HENDERSUN «
Ample room to care for horwe.
team« at as reasonable rates aa anv where in
Oregon. New stable Third St.. McMinnville
I'iiir Carriage«, Hark« and
And evervthing in ths Livery hire,
in good shave«
At Kca«onable Kate«.
That will be sold
Low for Casli.
Furnishing Goods of
all THE LOWEST P
ind. and above
k Also agent«
When you want anything in that line yon Brownsville Woolen Mill,
will consult your own interest as well aa
our* to call and see ns. We think we can suit Carrying a full line of all goods made by
▼ou. Try it.
A. H. A O O. HODSON. these celebrated mills