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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1887)
DAILY EVENING REPORTER.
M c M innville , O regon , M onday , march
price two cents .
The Farmer« in Congre««.
Doctors were pitched out, and
Farmers are very busy now. the buggy demolised, but neith
It has lately been said that
Entered in the Postoffice at McMinnville for
the congress of the United States
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec Weather fine.
ond Class Matter.
will do anything which they
Bishop Morris will reach
Portland April 8th.
think is demanded by the farm-
O. C. IRELAND.
E. L. E. WHITE.
A Fine line of gents fine shoes
ers. Well, that is a wise con
J>. C. IRELAND A Co.,
just received at Redmonds.
clusion to come to, although it
Choral union will meet at Mr.
has been reached only by its be
ing forced upon them by the ac
OREGON Roots to-morrow evening.
Songs of the Seven Ages will
tivity of the farmers, who are at
1' hjb D aily R eporter is issued every day be given at the public school ex motion, upon which we feel that last waking up to a realization
in the week except Sundays, and is delivered
both Miss Casey and the public of the fact that they must make
in the city at 10 cents per week. By mail, 40 hibition.
tents per month in advanoe. Rates for ad
Choice uncolored tea 30 cts lb. interested are to be congratu themselves heard in no uncer
vertising same as for T he W eekly R eporter .
tain tones in order to get justice
Seven bars Rabbets Soap for 50 lated.
on the Bristol is one of from the sharks of legislation
Fine Book and Job Printers. cts at C. Grissen’s.
Kenyon & Rey are stocked the best musical comedys of the and of commerce. The present
We beg leave to announce to the public
It will be produced at really-crying need of farming is
that we have just added a large stock of new with finest fish to-day at 10 cents age.
novelties to our business, and make a special
Garrison Opera house Thursday a reduction on the taxes which
Give them a call.
ty of Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Note Heads, per lb.
Statements, Business Cards, Ladies' Calling
The ladies Guild of St. James evening, by a full * company, require thorn to pay 40 to 100
Cards, Ball Invitations (new designs) Pro
(Episcopal) church, will meet which has won fame in the lead per cent, more for implements,
grammes, Posters, and all descriptions of
ing cities of this continent. It is clothing and most farm supplies
work. Terms favorable. Call and be con Wednesday at Mrs. Detmerings.
D. C. IRELAND & CO.
Miss Marie Hembree, now in a venture bringing the company than is paid by their European
Lafayette, will recite at next lit here, which our music loving competitors, by virtue of exist
erary entertainment to be given , public will appreciate. Fill the ing patent laws. Let our agri
LITTLEFIELD & CALBREATH.
cultural friends turn their at
by the public schools.
tention to this subject during
Drs. Goucher and Galbreath
Office over Braly’s Bank.
the recess, and prepare a bill to
Oregon. returned from their visit Satur
wipe these laws out forever.
day to Mr. Scott, decided not
DR. I. C.
TAYLOR, to amputate the leg.
Our Public Schools.
Francisco says the immigration!
Late of New Orleans, La.,
agents there never fail to give
Piles anti Fistula a Spe music box which plays any tune Oregon a ’black eye’ when opper-, Following exhibits the schol
arship and deportment of tho
by any one, McMinnville jewel-
tree. .Ao Cure
Bellevue school for the month
ery store. Wm. Holl proprietor.
ending March 18th.
W. H. Bingham has lost his
1^“ Office with H. V. V. Johnson. M. D., watch guard.
marked with a star are on the
It has his name
roll of honor:
on it. The owner will confer a
«. W. GOUCHEB.
E. E. GOUCHER.
favor by leaving it at Mr. Bing
Goucher & Goucher. ham’s office.
“Fun on the Bristol,” that ¡state. They don’t raise any thing Bertha Guild
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
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' but fir trees.’ The strangers are Edward Warren*
M c M innvili . k ...
O regon . most successful musical comedy
Office and residence, corner of Third and
D. streets, next to the postoffice
Garrison Opera house, March
24th, under the management of
people, who seem to be all mur Jennie
M. B. Goldstein, with the popular
Harry Brown and
Hair Cuttiufr, ^having and Khui* comedians
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Jas. T. Kelly, and a strong com ries. Instead of telegraphing the Weiden Jone«
prospects for a boom in Portland, Rebecca Powell*
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15c SHAVING 15c. pany.
The Oregonian to-day hopes the salmon pack, our wonderful Frank Crete*........
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C. H. FLEMING, Proprietor.
the narrow guage lines in this local markets, these criminal Albert
(Successor to A. C. Wyndham.)
items are the only ones that greet
valley may not pass into the
Ladies and children’s work a specialty.
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I have just added to my parlor the hands of Huntington, Crocker, the inquirer’s eye.”
and finest stock of cigars jever in this
et. al., but be operated as an
Temjierance society, March 21st, Willard Buel........
Mrs. M. Sliadden. independent line.
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Big Brother; besides, if this is
Luella Jone« ....
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your sincere hope now, why
Fashionable Dressmaker« have you never so expressed Opening of the Society.
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Waller Davi«* . ..
yyThe Tavlor System of Catting and Fit*
R ati » C abby , Teacher.
Address, Rev. T. H. Hender
Miss Belle Johnson, teacher of music
B street, bet. 2d and 3d, MoMinnville, Or.
Goucher’s team ran away son.
in McMinnville and at McMinnville
Song, Miss Annie Young and college. Residence corner of Second
Him day and made kindling wood
D C. IRELAND A CO.,
and C Streets.
of a fine buggy. Father and M j ss Reid.
son were together, when they
AJvertuments, etc., mtended for
Recitation, Cora Baker.
in Th? Weekly Reporter
met a yoke of calves in the road
Instrumental music,Ola Burt. must be handed
in Tuesday morning.
near D. Stout’s place, which
We cannot in future deviate from this
E. V. V anatta , Sec.
frightened the horses. Both
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Fine Job Printers,