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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1888)
Tlxe Oregon ŒSe^ister
H a RDIHU,
COVJfTY TAX LKVY.
fhe oMinty court has made the
following levy for 1887:
........ 7. .. 5.2 mills
* School............................ 5
Total..................................... 18.2 mills
Last year, 1886; the levy was
only 13 7-20 mills, or 4 17-20 mills
less than for 1887., Our eotempor-
ary, the Reporter chuckles over this
levy, -and eave it is ’‘some twelve
teilte lees than anticipated.” Who
f anticipated a levy of 19.4 mills’
The taxpayers of tliis county had a
- right to expect only an increase of
3 3-20, knills, which is the increase
of tlie state levy, and would have
Out of twenty-nine appointees to cadet
ship at Wert Point Military academy,
oelv ten have been admitted. The ex-
aminatioa by the medical taculty revealed
such consequenres cf inveterate cigarette
shallow place in the Y’amhill river. suioking in the .Sher cambdate« aa to
cause their rejection. Their lungs and
—-Ver lear'a Oregonian.
general health were seriously injured by
A peculiar locomotive has just the habit.—Nlalcamaa.
been manufactured in Boston, and
The overseer of the Pennsylvania state
will be tested on the Boston and grange called the attention of that body
Lowell railroad. It ha» but one to the fact that while the wealth of
W. L WESTERFIELD, Prop.
driving wheel on each.side, and farmers increased 100 per cent, from
lS50-R0, a low tariff democratic period, it
these, instead of being perfectly
onlv increased 9 per cent, from 18*0-00, a
Keeps constantly on hand a fine assort
round, have a periphery composed high tariff republican time.
ment of Furniture of every description.
of a series of plain facets connected
Antique Bedroom sets.
has no reference to the “yam,” as
might naturally be inferred, but it
is an alteration of an Indian word
signifying ford or ferry. given to a
—or m ’ miknvii . lz , oa.^J
JACOB WORTMAN ........... 1
W. i>. FENTON......1,
Jwo. WORTMAN .................. .j
Transacts s general Baa king BuiJ
posits received »abject to check, i
exchange and t'lagraphic transfers
York, Ban Francisco and Portland.
Jans 24. ly.
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1 STÖBE I
Walnut Center tables,
with each other by very obture an
Folding Bed lounges.
gles. It is claimed that the flat
surfaces will give greater adhesion
Noiva ia kerebr giv.a ikal tbs uv baoka of
to the track, and make the engine
Yaattall .-onnty. lor Iha yaar 1*G. are now !a
more powerful than any iR-retoforc ' ■y banda loreoUectJoa and that mraelf or dvp
sir vriU vail lb» vario« pre«-inala of aaideoan-
ry aa follow* beiwvon tho boor* of 10 a'eloek
K-epa constantly on hand all tin
a B.aad 4 o'clock p aa:
A remarkable specimen of grave- j Wheat'aod. Mondav, January 23!;
Dayton, TneWar. January 24tb:
Shelf Hardware, Carpenters
Small Parlor stands.
yard taste has just been received in ' Ifondoo. Wedne-dav. January 3Mb;
Cbekalcai. Tbgrvday. January A:ih;
Menosha. destined for the cemetery j Ea>t
Saws, Axes and Axe Hai
Went Cbcbalem. Friday, Jxnoart iith-
there. It is a sixteeri-ton stone in | Noclb Yamhill. Sainndav January 2stb;
les, Grubbing Hoes,
Carlton. Monday. January 30tb:
. By coining in and examining my stuck
made the total levy seventeen the form of a tree, with birds and ' Sorth McMinn. Illa. Tueodav. January Slat;
MeMlnnvillo.K'eJae-dav. February l.t; and prices,you will soon be convinced that
duilte. Instead of being twelve squirrels in its branches, ferns at • Mouth
believno. Tbarvday Eobrua v 2d,
I am selling Cheaper titan any other
Spades, Rope, Well
unite less, the levy is twelve mill* its base, also a large cross, a pot of . WHlanuna. Friday, February'3d:
house in this county. I paid CASH
Sheridan. Saturday. February 4lh;
DOWN for my entire stock. and intend to
Buckets, Grindstones, C
Amity, Monday. February «th-
lucre than anticipated. In our is- stone flowers, an open book and a
sell for casli, on a very clow profit.
Lafayette. Tuesday. February 7th.’
sue of December 23d we stated that roll of music. By some oversight j AU persona are relucted to be present at
1 wilQie glad to have you call and ex Bells, Bolts of all kinds, i
my stock and prices before you
.. * , I **id apooiatnwnu, and nettle*their taaen or pay
the court reduced the assessment the cabinet organ i was omitted,
i Ibaaawe to meat my office, within JO dais »roan make your purchases.
W. I. W>:bTKRriKi.n.
op the O. A. C. roadbed 114,000. The stone was made for the grave date ol thia notice, w ithout tail.
The Reporter mentions this fact al
so. and concludes that the real dif
ference between the assessment this
year and last Is only $29,000;—But
the Reporter fails to notice the fact
Y that there is a gain of $30,000by
Reid’s road, which is a net gain on
account of the railroads of $16,000.
This added to the net deficit raises
the total deficiency to $59,193.
Parlor, Office and Dining
of a voung woman. .
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Nails, Halter Chains, f
Dated, January 4, IsSi.
T. J. HARRIS,
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
kinds of Door and Pad Lot
One hundred dollars’ worth of
cheese takes front the 'farm lees
than one-seventh the Terfility talefi"
bv 9100 worth of grain, while $10u
the well-known Morri
BY FOt aS,-RIGHT
- MARCH ! to T. C
- -. - -- ’ new Jewel-
ry Store five .lours North of tlie Drug
store and Poetofflce, LsFxyetle: aud.
Store and Poetofilce, LaFayetie; and,
get a Hral-elase watch, clock. Jewelry
or spectacles, at an unprecedented low
rate and, where you will find at all
A correspondent of the Albany ■ W.
A aaa V M V U«
of goods of
Drnwriif advocates the rim row; ‘h* b««l quality io my Hire • of busi- |
method of voting in political con-
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ventions. He accounts for the de- ’ ing a specialty—and all work war
feat of candidates in his county by
T. C. STEPHENS.
Jone, 24. ’87t------ •------ —----------- !
delegates npt standing by pledges
made before the.convention.
worth of butter—if the skim milk
be fed on the farm—takes nothing
from the soil.— Indianapolii Journal.
Also keeps a full line of '
Shot and Powder.
Before purchasing elsewhere, giv
call and learn my prices.
A. B. W<
Y’amhill county. deemed by many
the finest in Oregon, is south of
Washington. and west of the Wil
lamette, lying between the river
and the coast mountain range. It-
Mrs. Lockfeood. who teas the cat -
covers about 750 square miles of
didate of the National Woman's
**f Is reserve«! for Bird A Gates,
territory and.iks, surface is for the
who are busy opening new
most part gently rolling, with free Suffrage association for president in
goods. Watch this
1884. says there will be a bitter
quent elevations great enough to be
classed distinctively as hills. It is
timbered and watered throughout, thenv-and Mrs. Lucy Sume for the
M m M m M w B w MF ■
- but the spaces of open arable/ nomination next year.
- AND— t
country are wide, affording abund
Five silver dimes were recently
ant room for farming. Every,visit
sent to a Michigan paper on a post
or to Y’amhill county is enthusi al carvL.-JThe coins were placed
astic over its many charms.’ A in looped slits cut into the card and
country sufficiently level for gen lield there by a threat) which
eral cultivation to the hilltops yet crossed the loops.
Ilighest possible prices paid
.varied in form from every point of
for all kinds of far.n produce.
Herr Most says that imprison
will strengthen his anarchist
streams, diversified by forests of
oak and darker evergreens and bor ic principles. If he is a true an
NEW MILLINERY GOODS!
dered like a basin by mountain archist he should not object then to
chains—it is indeed very beautiful continual imprisonment.
lias permanent!»- located in Lalajtl
Deseased Feet Cured, Inte
Forging and Knee HittL
to look upon. Y’amhill. like Wash
ington, is well planted, f’iviliza-
Tbe current nuniter of the Urrf S3u>n
tion and industry got an early start
is one of unusual interest, bejng fiUed
here and kept up with the progress with- tiewripaire articles, fictsm hvl
of the times. As in other parts of pwtrv. an-1 omtaining many beaujjful
the Willamette valley, there is no engravings of western s-enery. from Cali
vacant land in Y’amhill county, but fornia to Alaska. It is aecempanie-l by a
j supplement, in the form of a large pñe-
settlers find it easy to buy lands at
tnre eommemonting the rec-ent union of
from $5 to IB*) per acre on easy Oregon an-1 California by a railroad long
J- J. HEMBREE, Proprietor.
terms of payment
Much land is ' tu>-ier coortroetion. The Wen Shón'is
held for speculative purposes on I the onlv illustrate-1 magazine on the Pa- 1 I am prepared to give good aeeomn odatfoo on
•Mort »oue*. to jerwaas vwb.Bg
sale and the process of breaking up Infie east, ani it is ro excellent in its
team« or cob revise«
literary contents and engravings,
( hare«» Reaeoi^ble.
the big donation claims of 640
covers the entire field so thoroughlv that .£1 Mr
with the daily trains
rs to ami irom tbe depot.
acres, or one square mile, goes on it *vm< to leave no opening for a rival.
if All work warranted to give 8atk
Thirteen years practice at Lor*e*!uxiaf
THÉ COUNTY SEIT
I» Still at Lafayette!
BOOTS, SHOES, Etc. a
I My stock i, all clean and new, and If
-guarantee at all times
Lnw Prices and Full Weights,
jive me a trial.
fclïS free tri * lsss
J. L VICKREY.
It is the only publication containing en
Returns for 188" show the school gravings cf the beautiful svoerr cf the J
population (from 4 to 30 years of west. and the only one giving fresh and
reliable information »lout tlie entire re
age) to be 3502. The number of
gion. It also contains choice fiction,
The Lafayette Flouring Mill
teachers employed is 112. During portry and sketches oi western life and
full time until further
the year just ended $22,856.28 was events. With the January number the ruu on
public [Slid ¡alter promise» to send all subscribers notice.-
SUITER A DANIEL'
schools. At McMinnville there is for 1888 a grand oleograph oi the “En
an excellent academy and college trance to the Ccdumbia River,’’ printed
in nine color». The ITrst .SA«>rr is sent
under the general administration of
postage paid for 82.50 per year, or 25
the Baptist church.
cents per number. L. Samuel, publisher,
several Portland. IFregon.
towns, two of considerable size and
importance, namely Lafayette and
a <peamity of priatiog Bill Head«.
Ihtring lite month oí Hcvniber mar- Lather
McMinnville. The population of
b>»wa li.w>no.^a----------- _ »L _ a»»
km3« R m )
riage licenreo were iwmed to the following kbót, Bal-Iavitatma. Programme«. Rnafa m
Carda Calling Carda, laveIopra. Poeterà and
McMinnville is about 800 ar 1000 parties by County Clerk Briedwell:
a’J kiM< of work d«ne in a first- la« oBce.
and that of I-afayette perhaps half B. E Olson .
Anna CH san ! ATRIAL uk V akö wi.iCinb’Sl
as ntach. The Y’amhill river (dur
T. H. Bryan ...
Marr E. Nelson
ing half the year) and two rail John V. Hees....
roads counect Y’amhill county with Caae I empaev
Fannie Musgrove «•" L-y: Restore. M.nhooT »1 . Jfoï’,
p. H. Bodie
Mary J. Thomason .“í ®- Tr}*1 «* •* P»'*ge. Fre. *1 office
?» J^vafo .ad
The name Y’amhill is always a C. F. Martin
J. L. Haves
Jane Gabriel 3 ^14
¿.S-®’ ©U M ,
lubjwt of inquiry with visitons. It G. M. Bane»
C«. A. Sant,«»
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—With a Fresh. Arrival of—
E COTS, SHOES
G. II. Western
For Fall and Winter Wear,
The Lafayette Shoe Store!
After you have examined elsewhere,
Call and see us. We will sell you Bet
ter Boots and Shoes than you can bnv
in Yamhill County for less money. If
vou are in the habit oi guing to l'ortl ind or
With Your Cash, Try Us,
And ree if you cannot save money by
trading at home.
Harris & Haney.
R. P. UNGERMAN,
AS JV8T RECEIVED A LARGE 11
willaelected stock ot 8iov>* art 1
ware, and propose* to aell cheap,! Ibas i
hooeeln the eonntr. Everything kep sail
*nd repairing done aatWaelorly. and Mb
L afayette ,
T. B XELSOX. Proprie or.
LaFayette - * Ogn
aad rrerrthing ia ,h, Ltreryhire >. good ah.p.
aad oa ahort'tk.liee
1869 H- 1881
J. M. Kelty,
FEED AND SALE STABLE,
........... Dealer in...... .
DRUGS, MKDICINER AND CREMICA1A
Soap». Comha and Bra«boa, Trna«**.
<era. Shonlder Bracha Fan^y and T«ile<
Good and earefal driven enploted,
oh and Stationary. Clock and Wat*
•*twaoa Second and Third.
I Plated and Gold Jewelry
Patent Medicine*, etc.. Family MedCia*
Ser’. 11, ■SS.
GOODS WARHEVTKD AS Bf.rREtCrt*