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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1887)
The Daily Reporter,
For a month past there has
been much speculation in wheat.
The bulls and bears have lost
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and won great odds alternately.
< Payable on Saturday.)
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By Mail 10 cents per Month 'In Advance.) In this county the growing crop
is fine. The statistician of the
Hutes lor Advertising
Will be made satisfactory to all applicants. United States agricultural de
partment, says the area of win
McMinnville, Or. - - Meh. 10. 1887 ter wheat appears to be nearly
the same as that of last year.
Old Ho. e Saks.
There will be some reduction of
The sale of old horse goods at area in the south, and possibly
the depot :n this city soon, re a slight decline in some of the
minds us of the old horse sale of more northern Atlantic states.
the millionaire Stewarts wife. In the west and south west a
Mrs. Stewait couldn’t take her small increase with a few ex
wealth with her when she died, ceptions. In the west the crop OUR MOTTO IS SMALL Prof-
but at least she could show her is looking better than in the its and quick returns. Hon
est Goods, Honest
stupendous respect for money by south.
It is generally very
Weights and Full
providing for the sale of her promising in Ohio, especially
effects, even down to her stock early sown. Not quite so good Upon which we hope to win
ings and wigs. Most persons in west Virginia and Kentucky.
your esteem and patronage.
when they come to die, have The Michigan area went into
Our connections with East-
friends on whom to bestow per snowbound quarters in good
ern and Pacific coast dealers
sonal goods as an evidence of condition. Growth in the best
and manufacturers are such
AND SEE THEM.
affection; but Mrs. Stewart had soils in.Iikjiana were quite vig-
that, we. are enabled to
buy these goods as low or
too much respect for the value of orousFni November, and the
lower than our competitors,
things to make gratuitous distri whole’bieadth has a promising
whether general or special
bution of her personal articles. appearance.
In Illinois the
Buying goods in
She shows her affect ion for her soil was rather dry at seeding
greater quantities than most
relatives and dearest friends by time, and drying winds were
competitors, and when hand-
allowing them to bid at auction unfavorable to germination, yet
ling business oi any kind the
for her dresses and silk stockings much of t he area was in excel
volume of business enters Hear ye, people of Yamhill county. I will
and her shoes and her jewels. lent condition when snow cover
my fine stock of BOOTS and SHOES
largely into the account in sell
now on hand at ten per cent discount, and
These things are now spread out ed it. An average promise is
determining the profit or my
for exhibition at the Stewart apparent in Missouri. In Kan margin to be realized out of Large, New and Ele
mansion, and in a few days an sas the climate was too dry for
it. Therefore all General
auctioneer will mount a table and best appearance, and wheat suf Dealers do have an ad That is en route, will be sold at a profit of
offer them to the highest bidder fers somewhat in consequence,
vantage over special dealers, ten per cent. There is
among her relatives and friends, Drouth retarded sowing in Ore and the greater quantity of One BOOT and SHOE
store in McMinnville
where you can get your moneys worth, and
goods sold or the volume of that
a’’ others being excluded. That gon, while in California little
is at Deilschneider’s. Come and see me.
business done, the greate Next door to Yamhill Coumv bank.
the shrewd old women who ador seeding was done up to Decem
F. DEILSl HNEIDEK.
that advantage and the less
ed the dollar 1 new that these ber 1st.
the price ought to be. Hav BISHOP & KAY.
articles would bring more than I I
ing a full and Complete
their cost may be assumed. To
Stock of the following
possess an article that belonged California has changed the plans
lines of goods lrom the lead
of President Cleveland, with re
to a women of such magniticent
dealers and best mana-
spect to the appointment of com
and unused wealth, will be an ob-
facurers, which we replenish
missioners under the inter-state
ject of ambition. Even her gray
with new fresh goods month
wigs are to be sold, and will bring commerce bill. With Judge Mc-
a price. Perhaps to that old Keeon the National commission,
quires, to wit: LADIES
and Fancy Go»<ls, Gents i
woman there was an immense
and Boys Clothing and Furnish- !
Third St., Opposite
satisqu'lton in knowing that no
Ing Good», Ilia» and Caps, Boot»
Shoes Crockery, Queens
body would get anything from i a sense of security. Judge Mc and
YAMHILL CO. BANK.
ware and Gia s ware,
D on ’ t F orget the P lace ,
her without paying for it. A-
and a fall line of fresh groce
luong her jewels are many arti
ies, so our customers do not
lie has been on the bench
have to deal at half dozen
cles that belonged to her family
—Where you will—
before she was married, and came
While we do not propose to
to her as presents, and these the of a century. Ilis sons residing
be undersold, yet do not and
family will be allowed to keep;
not put these goods in
if they outbid others. This is
competition with Auction
representing the shipping
certainly one of the strangest er
house of Meyer, Wilson <fc Co. are
or Short Weight foods'
Spectacles the world has ever now in California, in conse sold to the trade by unscru
seen. She leaves millions to the quence of the death of their fath pulous dealers. We fear no
— IN THE—
care of Judge Hilton and it is not er.
known or believed that the Stew
ing people for past patron
art wealth was designed by her to We want a thoroughly reliable man
and favors, will be pleas Furnishing Goods of all kind, and above
do any great thing for humanity. at every postoffice in Yamhill, Polk
ed to have you call and de all THE LOWEST PRICES. Also agents
The sale of her personal effects at and Washington counties. We will
make it an object for those willing to
termine for yourselves what for the
auction can be accounted for only work, who can show results. Write to
merit is in our modest claim. Brownsville Woolen Will,
on the theory of her immense us for particulars. We want no dudes
a full line of all goods made by
respect for money.
nor tricksters to apply.
A. J. APPERSON. Carrying
theee oelebrated mills
». C. ¡ICELAND A CO. ITBLI.SHER8.
h Leu Talk Business a Little.
F. W. RecLmoncl’s.
BOOTS § SHOES