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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1887)
Th© Daily Reporter.
Don’t forget the auction sale
Chronicles of Firemen.
at the St. Charles hotel Monday.
And it came to pass at the
D. C. IRELAND A CO. PUBLISHERS,
Nail up a cigar box on your
end of the reign of king Wat
gate post and have vour daily
the boss barber, when he was
McMinnville, Or. - - Feb. 3, 1887
paper always safe.
gathered to his fathers.
The best job printing in the
Tender house plants were
That the men called fire, gat
knocked out in the Hist round county at the lowest living themselves together in their
last night. Also the old wooden rates. Call at Reporter office. synogogue to choose a ruler.
Vermont boasts of a young
And Ed. the woodsmith, who
who sees with her eyes
If this weather holds on a few
hath neither wife, servant or
hours longer our young men shut. This city discounts this concubine was chosen king.
will begin to hunt for bells and with a young woman who won’t
And the men smote the car
belles, for a moonlight sleigh see with her eyes open.
petings of the floor with the
W. E. Martin will received all leather coverings of their feet
Barnekoff & Co. will ship their friends and others, at his cosy for joy.
last car load of wheat to San quarters in the new brick hotel.
And George the board maker
Francisco via Portland; they Billy needs no recommendation was chosen second ruler.
have shipped 22 car loads via as a caterer of popular luxuries.
And Charles the ink slinger
The Portland News of the 3d,
was chosen to write upon parlia
Mrs. Ida Fletcher, who has has a long editorial on “ forest ment.
for some time been visiting her tires.” Ahem? Say sonny; arn’t
And George the tooth yanker
sister, Mrs. W. E. Martin, has you a little previous, as it were, was chosen keeper of the shek
to-day returned to her home with six inches of snow all over els.
And the house of Engine and
If the WCTU of this city ex the house of Hose and the house
County seat or no county seat,
who will build small, convenient pect favors from the public they of Hooks took unto themseves
cottages and lease them for a may as well prepare to grant a divers rulers.
term of years? Only those who few occasionally. Why was it
And they made a great feast
that they called in the books on in the house of Jeptha, and gath
mean business need apply.
A. J. Apperson, Wm. Campbell, Broom Drill, and compelled the ered their kinsmen according to
Jeff. D. Fenton and Hon. Wm. firemen to order a new lot? An their Hesh and finances.
Galloway, left for Salem this a. explanation will be published.
And their partakings were
in. to shake hands with those as This session of the assembly only limited according to the
semblymen who were recently is now half over and nothing of capacity of their raiment.
importance done, except a bill
storm bound at Yaquina bay.
And Charles the ink slinger,
The exercises in Miss Martin’s
and Charles the dough wrastler,
room to-morrow will be of un
and Jayell the pill roller, were
usual interest, parents and friends
chosen rulers of the Sanhedrim.
of education are respectfully
And when all the tribes were
asked to add to the worth of
gathered at the feast they lifted
these exercises by attending.
up their voices between bites to
... Agricultural machine men are
talk to their best girl. Selah !
getting as thick as bees in a
And the chronicler lamenteth
clover lot. Don’t buy a piece of bushels of oats for seeding pur because he was not.
machinery from a house that is poses, the same to the returned
not identified in some way with
Snyder Bros, deny the soft
Oregon, or Yamhill county.
impeachment that they are pub
philanthropic in this design, but lishing a republican paper. The
Read our ads.
The firemen’s fair committee it is thoughtful nevertheless, and Transcript says: “It seems to
will have a meeting at the fire-1 will give in return thousands of interest one or two of our kind
mens hall to-morrow night, dollars in the line of freights to journalistic brethren to speak
February 4th, at which impor-i the company. The farmers in prejudicially of this paper as re
taut business is to be transacted.1 the region designated lost their publican. That is nothing new
Be prompt at 6:30; not 7, nor! crops last year from drouth and under the sun, and doesn’t kill;
half past. Bv order of the Chief. hail, hence the condition that no, doesn’t kill. Still we chal
Fully five inches of snow rest-: renders them in need of assis lenge any so disposed to point
ed on a level this morning. It is' tance.
to an utterance in the Transcript
not half so cheerful when it
Will some student in political bearing out such an assertion;
comes that way, and drifts into economy please step to our re and further assuring them that
halls, through cracks and crev lief with .some sort of an alge if they will keep their eye on
ices and wears out its welcome: braic formula representing the these columns they may proba
by a persistent hanging on; visual possibility of a live, self- bly become convinced if their
which is as annoying as an of-1 reliant and satisfied people wait stalwart reliable, nay, malicious;
fice bore. Western Oregon is! ing upon a corpse for its next independence. A newspaper is
not a snow country; so old Bo- inhabitant? This city proposes not necessarily a whig, tory,
to have the vexed county seat mugwaump, Mormon, yankee or
tle around him ami depart before question settled, fairly, squarely, Missourian, no matter what is
our favorite Chinook, always at and openly. The petition is before, behind or around it.”
home; but which is perhaps lin their text. And the present as
It is a pretty cold day, sonny,
gering to-day in the lap of I sembly must decide the issue
winter, somewhere along the upon that basis, so far as legis but your Uncle Eli will get very
Valuable Business Papera
\\ . G. Steel, of Salem, is engaged
in pulishing a certified copy of the
tax roll of every county in Oregon,
showing name, occupation, postoffice
address, number of acres of land own
ed, value of the same, indebtedness
and gross value of property which will
be forwarded by registered mail to
any address in the United States for
|w, or will be sent by express C. O. D.
Single counties may l>e had at the
following rates each :
< olumbia, Coos, Crook, Carry. Gilliam,
Grant, Josephine, Klamath, Lake,
* I 2.00
baker and Clatsop............
Benton, Polk, Unwu, Waaoo
Claokauiaa, Jackson, Umatilla, and
Douglas, Lane and Yamhill
Orders left with any county clerk
in the state, or the assistant secretary
of state, Salem, will receive prompt
First National Bank,
—OF m ’ minnville , oreoon .—
------ OFFICERS :------
J acob W ortman .................... President
W. D. F enton ............... Vice-preaident
J ohn W ortman ....................... Cashier
Transacts a General Banking business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made ou favorable terms.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
on Now York, San Francisco and Portland.
Office hours—from 9 a. tn. to 4 p. in.
Represents the following sterling compan
ies: London A Liverpool A Globe, North
British A Mercantile, Commercial Union
Fire Association, German American, Fire
man’s Fund, Hartford, Commercial, Anglo
Nevada, State Investment.
Wheat insurance a specialty.
BISHOP &, KAY.
Third St., Opposite
YAMHILL CO. BANK,
D on ’ t F orget the P lace ,
IN THB -
Furnishing Goods of all kind, and shove
all THE LOWEST PRIDES. Also agents
BrovrnNVille Woolen NiM,
Carrying s full line of all goods made by
these celebrated mills
Late of Independence, having purchased the
TEAMS AND TRUCKS
Of Logan Bros A Hendaraon, offers hie
aervioea in that line to the oublio, and will
To all who favor him with their patronage.
He will keep a wagon specially adapted to ike
delivery of parcels, trunks satehela. eto., for
the aooomodation of the poblie. Orders left
at the stable will be promptly attended to at