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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1887)
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ance of this year , 1887. for $1.75 ; or
both , for the two years ensuing till
We want a thoroughly reliable man
after the inauguration in 1881), for
at every postoffice in Yamhill, Polk
FOVK POLLARs cash. Now is the time
and Washington counties. We will
make it an object for those willing to
Address, D. C. IRELAND & Co..
work, who can show results. Write to
us for particulars. We want no dudes
nor tricksters to apply.
F. J. MARTIN.
W. T. BAXTER.
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
At the New Store of
lhxler & Martis
Fusi F u Gins.
In McMinnville, Or.
To CHICAGO and all points EAST
Tickets sold to all PROMINENT POINT*
Throughout the East and Southeast.
S’* BE ÍCAREFUL AND DO NOT MAKE A MISTAKE—BUT BE SURE
TO TAKE THE------
Successors to Al. HUSSEY,
Third street, MoMinnville, Oregon.
A new, neat and clean stock. Every article
A No. 1. Fruit Jars, Butter Crocks, Colored
And see that your ticket reads via Portlaud and
----- -Rt PAUL or MINNEAPOLIS, =HZZ
Jewelry Work Neiitlj Done.
Walehe* Guaranteed and
Glassware, Cutlery, Cased Goods, To
Third street, bet. C. and D. in the tailoring
bacco, Pipes and Cigarp-
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in Season. To avoid changes and serious delays occasioned by other routes. Through establishment of R. B Hibbs.
Emigrant Sleeping Cara arc run on Regular Express Trains Full
Give us a call. Inspect mv stock, and 1
JOHN J. SAX,
Length of the Line. Berths Free.
will guarantee prices to suit vou.
^3-------- QUICKEST TIME!
GENERAL OFFICE OF THE COMPANY,
Washington St., Portland, Oregon.
LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLES No. 2 A. D.
CHAHl.TON, General WeMrrn Passenger Agent.
Family Grocery Store.
Third Street, MoMinnville, Oregon.
J. Harv. Henderson,
LOGAN BROS. & HENDERSON,
(Successor to L. HOOT.)
Fine Carriages, Hacks and
And everything in the Livery hire,
in good shape
At Reasonable Rates.
Ample room to care tor horses.
teams at as reasonable rates as any where in
Oregon. New stable Third St., MoMinnville.
(Successor to W. F. Bangasser.)
Will keep on hand at all times the very
best quality of fresh meats, that can be ob
tained in the market, and respectfully solioit
a share of tire public patronage.
JNF“Giveus a trial order and we will
J. M c D onook .
Will chop Feed for $2 per ton
or one-tenth toll.
Farmers and others having grain to chop
can come to my mill, mid attend to any
business in the oity to better advantage than
driving two miles out of town to get their
JOHN J. SAX.
All Fresh Goods, Groceries, Flour, Bacon, and
The Central Hotel,
Glassware and Crockery.
Dining Station of the 0. C. R. R.
LJF Goods delivered to purchasers tn the ci tí
F. Multncr, Prop.
(Late of the >t. Charles.)
This Hotel has just been refitted mid new
ly refurnished throughout. mid will be kept
in n first class style.
TEAMS AM) TRUCKS
The table is supplied with all the market
nfforda, and gm sts cau rely upon good clean
Of Logan Bros. A Henderson, offers hie beds, and oomfortable roems.
Special accomodations for commercial
aervioes in that line to the public, and will
(Successor to H. Hanson.)
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Farm. Garden. Flower and Tree Seeds.
Fruit, Shade and Ornamental Trees. Garden and
Orchard Tools. Etc.
Send for Catologue.
171 Front Street, Portland. Oregon.
To all who favor him with their patronage.
He will keep a wagon specially adapted to the
delivery of parcels, trnnks satohels. eto., for
the nocomodation of the publio. Orders left
at the stable will be promptly attended to at
J. J ohnson .
McDonogh & Johnson
In Running Order,
Late of Independence, having purchased the
E. W. ALLEN.
KENYON & RAY, Proprietors.
Feed Chopping Mill
ÜSO ACRES. 125 in cultivation; 6
miles south west of Sheridan
O. M. FERRY A CO.
»ra admit tod to be th*
<n lh« world.
D. M. FERRY 4 CO’S
•rlptlve A l*rlr«4
will be mailed
Having an experience of nine years as
Register of the land office, at Oregon City,
All kinds of California and Oregon
Oregon, I am now ready to attend to Land
For further information address K.G.Worth buaineas for settlers and claimants before
Diatriot, or the General, Land offioe on
211 WASHINGTON STREET,
ington, Sheridan, Or., or Wright <fc Ellis the
reasonable terms. Advioe and information,
San Francisco, California.
I if desired, will be given by mail.
—AND DEALERS IN—
S»r 6,000.000 people us,
FREE to ■!»
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