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Prohibition We Must See.
MI SC E LL A N EOUS BUSIN E SS
WORDS AND MUSIC BY PROF. CRAWFORD.
The temperance workers are gather
And calling for men to join the ar
Of those who are working for God and
By staving the traffic of whisky and
A. H. & 0. 0. HODSON
W. T. BAXTER.
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
At the New Store of
BAXTER X ROGERS
Stoves ta I k
(.Successoes to Baxter Jt Martin,)
Third street, McMinnville, Oregon,
We will stand beside our colors,
A new, neat and cleat! stock. Every article
A No. 1. Fruit Jars, Butter Crocks, Colored
We will work for fallen brothers,
Glassware, Cutlery, Cased Goods, To
Prohibition we must see.
bacco, Pipes and Cigars.
The amendment must be carried
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in Season.
Give us a call. Inspect our stock, and we
guarantee prices to suit vou.
For the land we love so dearly
As the times will allow.
Must be free.
A. A. KENYON
O ye who would labor the fallen to We Make a Special!) of all i
Kinds of Job Work Par
And rescue the drunkard from death
and the grave,
Iron and Tin Roofing, KENYON & RAY, Proprietors.
Unite in the chorus, and swell the re
(Successor to W. F. Bangasser.)
Galvanized iron Cornices and window cape.
In faot we do anything that comes in
And banish the traffic from city
our line, with neatness and dis
Will keep on hand at all times the very
best quality of fresh meats, that can be ob
tained in the market, and respectfully solicit
a share of the public patronage. ,
Our homes may be darkened, our
£^~Giveus a trial order and we will
Bring on your designs and we will cut your guarantee satisfaction.
hearts may be sad
patterns, and do your work, and
don’t you forget it.
To see that fair Howers in ashes are
Never Tell You it Can’t bn Done.
South east cor. 3d and C streets, McMinn
The Nation is rising, then wake at the ville, Oregon.
A. H. A- O. O HODSON.
And banish forever the Demon’s
Brewster’» Fatent Rein Holder.
Your lines are where you put them—not
How joyous and happy will be the1
When strong drink no longer is
holding his sway,
When freedom and virtue shall rise
up to stay,
We hail thee, bright morning, thrice
welcome thy staj.
under horses’ feet. One agent sold 12doz. in
5 days, one dealer sold 6 doz. in 15 days.
Samples worth $1.50 >RKK. Write for terms.
E. E. BREWS"1» Holly, Mich.
Family Grocery Store.
Third Street, McMinnville, Oregon.
Third St., bet. C. Jt D.
I am now fully prepared to do all kinds of
work in JE iVELERY, WATCH18, CLOCKS
and all Kinds of pins for lodges, trades, etc.
Jewelerv made to order Everything guar
anteed. Good and reliable work.
Cheaper than the cheapest where workman
ship is concerned. Give me a trial.
FINE WATCH REPAIRING A SPE
JOHN J. SAX,
Feed Chopping Mill
In Running Order,
Will chop Feed for $2 perton
or one-tenth toll.
Farmers and others having grain to chop
oan come to my mill, and attend to any
business in the city to better advantage than
driving two miles out of town to get their
JOHN J. SAX.
,J. Harv. Henderson,
(Successor to L. ROOT.)
All Fresh Soods, Groceries, Flour, Bacon, and
Glassware and Crockery,
k#" Goods delivered to purchasers in theoitv
The Central Hotel,
Dining Station of the 0. C. R. R.
M c M innville F urniture F actory
y. Multuer, Prop.
W. H. BINGHAM
(Late of the St. Charles.)
This Hotel has just been refitted and new
ly refurnished throughout, and will be kept
in a first class style.
The table is supplied with all the market
affords, and guests can rely upon good clean
beds, and oomfortable rooms.
Special acoomodations for commercial
Manufacturer and Dealer In
of all kinds.
Just reoeived an extra irne fot of Black walnut Furniture, and
designa, « all and price my stook.
t’ndertakers Goods of
Third Street, opposite the Braly Bank,
O. C. Hiatt, Prop.
Finest domestio and imported cigars.
Board and lodging.
Meals at all hours.
Public patronage respectfully solicited.
How dear to my heart is the elegant rooster,
< >ld Publio Opinion we all know so well.
Who lifts up his voioe when people are tickl'd. ***XNGlfM**)iigMMK***M**MM*X**®*************» ************
And crows when his tidings are joyful to tell.
’¡Jill lilt HIIIITH E DININO CAR
The dooster the booster
THE DIKECT KOI TE1
The bouncing old rooster
The jolly old rooster with tidings to \en.
ONLY $1 FOB TWO YEABS.
To CHICACO and all points EAST.
Now lately this rooster has taken to orowing
Tickets «.old to all PROMINENT POINTS
This ¡teriod includes tho next Presidential
In favor of us and the goods th at we sey
Throughout the East and Southeast.
Our trade is increasing and ajj lnore!l9illg
Due to,the pubhc^opinion A knoJw very wen. I
Republican huccess Demands
A<> HAST BOB AD PACKAGER* I
Then hurrah for th rooster
lhe bouncing Ob’
TT'BE CAREFUL AND DO NOT MAKE A MISTAKE—BUT BE SURE
The jolly old rooster with tidinRS t(J tell.
five subscribers with $5
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will receive an extra copy free.
E. W. FOX,
1 bat’people are please with the ! \!/
President and Manager,
Washington, D. C.
Prices and goods sold by
lirices and goods sold by
And see that your ticket reads via Portland and
St. PAUL or MINNEAPOLIS,;—Z
a j they all
To avoid changes and serious delays occasioned by other routes. Through
Emigrant Sleeping Cars ai«e run on Regular Express Trains rull
CROW OV’^R THEIR SUCCESS
Length of the Live. Berths Free.
-Æ1--------- QUICKEST TIME!
Of the pas» , yv.ir, and now Hock in to
the new spring atyie^.
GENERAL OFFICE OF THE COMPANY,
jbe doors are open ; no price
for adr aiMjcn (jome right Kalorg.
r’ne past year, is
No. 2 Washington St., Portland, Oregon.
CHARLTON, Ornerai Western Passenger Agent.
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and THE REPORTER for the bal
ance of THIS YEAR, 1887, for $1.75 ; or
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