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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1887)
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Meli. 2, 1887
The cuttie here are looking
very bad, and there will be a
great many die if the storm
continues a week longer.
We have had several horses
die lately of blind staggers.
Mrs. Lemon had a horse crip
pled last week by jumping a
picket fence—running a picket
into his breast. The horse will
will probably recover. It is to
be Imped that he will as Mrs.
Lemon is a widow woman and
would feel the loss greatly.
We would like to see some
good honest blacksmith come
here to work. Why not? The
country is tilled up with good,
honest farmers, and we have a
good shop here, and now all we
need is some black, dirty look
ing follow to come byre, roll up
his sleeves and go to work.
There has been a great many
jolly hunters from McMinnville
visiting this place with guns and
bouts, looking for ducks. Boys,
I would advise you to stay at
home until the ducks begin to
fly, and then if the Reporter will
publish u few items which 1 may
send, 1 will let you know when
there are plenty of ducks.
Mrs. .James Arthur of this
place, has a very sick baby.
Win. Lindsey Delashmett made
by killing a wolf on Guid’d
The steamer A. B. Field arriv
ed from Astoria last week. The
first trip since October. While
having so little communication
with the outside world during
the past three months, and it be
ing somewhat vexatious to re
ceive our Christmas goods and
winter clothing the middle of
February, we can still feel thank
ful, for through all our tribula
tions clams have been fat and
Washington’s birthday was
celebrated here by a masquerade
ball given by D. Bowers at Ol
sen’s hall, which was well at
tended. Among those present
most noticeable were Mrs. J. L.
Embum, who wore the garb of a
nun, Misses Anna Holden, queen
of hearts, Rosie Olsen, peanut
girl, Emily Smith, goddess of
liberty, Mrs. Mary Mckinlev,
bloomer costume, Mrs. Wm. Ol
sen and Miss Briady, twin sisters,
Mrs. Miron Perkins, newspaper
costume, Misses Hannah Bunn,
Chloe Darling, Lou Bunn, Moth
er goose, Ida Vaughn, was a tine
old monk, Miss Fearnside wore
a circus costume and was by
many considered the best sus
tained character of the evening.
Dan Bowers as a Spanish caval
ier took the cake, while Master
Clark Hadley carried the Stars
and Stripes right royally.
Monte Goodspeed might not
like to have his many friends
know that he played the devil
in Hillicoats, so forbear men
tioning his costume. The cos
tumes of the gentleman were
many and various.
Our enterprising friend Eu
gene M. Keyeo has quite an ad
dition to his family, a bran new
son and daughter arrived Sun
day the 13th.
Miss Ida Vaughn is spending
the winter with Miss Maggie
Fearnside, our efficient postmis
Mrs. .James Quick, has been
an almost helpless invalid all
H. H. Downing, county clerk,
has been quite unwell.
Joe Whiting has a bad cold,
but thinks he will I '1 all right
when spring opens.
The Rosie Olsen sailed for
Portland on the 21st.
Judge Cooper says “the
Dougherty road must go.”
And still it snows.
A. T ili . amooker .
I dare say you have not heard
from Tillamook since it was
snowed in and if von suffer anv
anxiety in consequence will re
lieve it by informing you that
we are trying to make the best
of the situation.
One good cause for growling
is the lion-arrival of newspapers.
Have received two Reporters in
five weeks. They were well read
and much appreciated I assure
* you. Have had an unusually *
long and severe spell of cold
weather for Tillamook, and if it
Our first National bank will
continues much longer stock will be an interested party in the
suffer for want of food, as many New Oregon Insurance company
farmers were wholly unprepared which will organize with a cash
capital of $500,000.
for such a storm.
THE EMMA HEATH First National Bank,
—OF M’ai INN VILLE, OREGON.—
------ OFFICERS -----
Fid HI. Page, - - - Comedian
Prof. Mein - Musical Director
And a company of twelve people, at
Garrison Operi JBEèx
2 NICHTS 0NLY 2
Friday and SaturdaySiiarch 4 and
5. In selections from the following
East Lynne, Robert Macaire, May
Blossom, Fanchon, Camille,
New Magdalen, and 100
Reserved seats 75 cents, on sale at
Rogers & Todd’s drug store. General
admission 50 cents.
BOOTS i SHOES
J acob W ortman ................... President
W. D. F enton ............... Vice-president
J ohn W ortman .......................Cashier
Transacts a General Banking business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made on favorable terms.
Sight Exchange aud Telegraphic Transfers
on New York, San Francisco and Portland.
Office hours—from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Represents the following sterling compan
ies: London <fc Liverpool & Globe, North
British <t Mercantile. Commercial Union
Fire Association, German American, Fire
man’s Fund, Hartford, Commercial, Anglo
Nevada, State Investment.
Wheat insurance a specialty.
A. H. & 0. 0. HODSON
Hear ye, people of X/mhillb onnty. I will
sell my fine stock
/BOOTS and SHOES
now on hand at ten i®r oeny discount, and
Agricultural Implements, Pumps,
Large, New and Ele
Alli of which will be sold as
That is en route, will be sold at a profit of
ten per cent. There is
LOW FOR CASH.
As the times will allow.
One BOOT and SHOE store in McMinnville
where yon can set vour moneys worth, and
that is at Deilschneider’s. Come and see me. We Make a Specially or ally
Next door to Yamhill County bank.
Kinds of Job Work Par
F. DEILSl HNEIDEK
Iron and Tin
Galvanized iron Cornioes and window caps.
In faot we do anything that oome9 in
our line, with neatness and dis
Never Tell You it Can't be Done.
Bring on your designs and we will out your
patterns, and do your work, and
don’t you forget it.
South east cor. 3d and C streets, MoMinn-
A. H. & O. O. HODSON.
BISHOP & KAY.
Third St., Opposite
YAMHILL CO. BANK.
D on ’ t F orget
P lace ,
—Where yon will—
Dr. II. .1. ÌI IN Til OK A.
— IN the —
Furnishing Goods of all kind, and abovs
all THE LOWEST PRICES. Also agent?
Eight years’ experience in civil praotioe, for the
and three years in government servioe as Brownsville Woolen .Hill,
physician and surgeon. Medical Graduate
of Jefferson Medical College. Philadelphia. Carrying a full line of all goods made by
Pa., also of Iowa State University.
these celebrated mills