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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1888)
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The following explanatory para-
graph from an exchange, shows
FRIDAY, JAXVARY 27, 1888 hows "it’s did:"
Mr. A. buys I.®» arres of desert
in Southern California for 11
treoWWilliam Curtia says he will
an acre, this tract after streets (on j
not accept the nomination R»r the
No mugwump ntxd paper) hare been laid out will give
to the acre about 16 lots <d. the di
mensions of 25x100 which A y»re*
The democratic natkmal commit away—for three dollaA. and fifty
tee will meet in Washington City, rents additional for the county
1». C., February 22d, to fix the clerk for recording the deeds. His
time and place of holding the demo expenses'are *l,(M0. the original
cratic national cxmvwntion.
purchase price of the land, and
...» i . .
Where do men work for «sixty about fifty rents on each lot for
fire cents • day—on the unprotect traveling, advertising, etc. One
ed wheat fields of California or in thousand acres will net Ifi.tW lots
the protected coal mines of Penn which at the net profit of *2.50 an
acre will net Mr. A—less the origi
sylvania?—N. F. HMtUUM-r.
nal *1.000 expended in thy pur
The Columbia rivvr fishermen's chase of the property—*39.(00. The
protective assax-iatnai hare estab county clerk gets fifty rents on the
lished the following rates for the 16.000 lots, or *8.000. and it goes
fishing.- roason of 1888; For can- without saying that Mr. A has
nery nets. *1 apiece; for jwsyate some arrangement with him by
which he gets at least ten per cent,
The OwpiwtMw, when asked to of the clerk's ires. It's a great
name the republican candidates for scheme, and great are the heads
president and vice president, says if that "didn't want something for
it were to guess it would name nothing.”
F rank 8. H arbins », P tbumou
Plane and Harriron. This ticket.
Cleveland and Gray. And Fiske ami
Dickey would make an interesting
f.wvIjSSmnlk, wooJj .othorKi
Ite »«U »rev aa «H MTiMìtand malta», al
un abraa^ rf ite wm . ate alvaj. teeteto
for th* W okat ate «»porwaco. ite
It Shll at Latty««»! Sa »a
JACOB WORTMAN................ 1U
W. D. FENTON....... .. Vice-PjZ
—With a Fresh Arrival OÎ—
J m >. WORTMAN.......... ‘........... (J
Trw»cU • ceMraJ
pemu raceit» i »object to check. Beto
ezekuae ud I -kgraphie traneter, • '
York, bee Fraactev ate 1'urtUod.
l«w Prices and Full Weights.
iive me a trial*
A. B. Westerfield,
J. L VICKREY.
K-ep, coastaaty oe ku< all tmdag
Shelf Hardware. Carpenter«' 1|
Saws, Axes and Axe Hand
les. Grubbing Hoes,
Spades. Rope. Weil
Buckets. Grindstones. Co«
Bells. Botts of all kinds. Cr
Nails. Hatter Chains. All
Is reserved for Bini A Gates,
who are busy opening new
. goods. Watch this
....T- OL Starr. RT.F\ _
can learn the exact cost
of any proposed lined:
advertising in America
papers by addressing
Geo. P. Rowell & Co,
Far r aS
THIS is the
nine - Pearl
FEED A NT* SALE STABLE.
The Register T. £ -VEXSCLV. Proprie or.-
BOOTS, SHOES, Etc.
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Piasters taencM Agriculturist
W. 1. WESTERFIELD, Fr^
My «tuck wall dean and new, and I «ill
guarantee at all times
The Salem Stotrenaa is now fill-’
ly pemrxded that the wat is over
• We are surprised, agreeably sur-
prirod. that the SsAXwa-t» should
arrive at any swh eohclusma
Whenever the rank and file .< the
g. o. p. become cuunnocd of that
fort. the deCKx-raxic party will
have an easy walk-over.
The San Francisco .4b*
presses the feelings of the last spike
party as follows "California pro-
faves fo invite Oregon down to vias
us. ow the new railroad We
our proper that the tire-
pomans are as wh.4reroc.xd a
ert of follows as ever hailed the
«wmng guest, and when they coene
to sre us they Srts«-re the best in
RFTT YEARS at the FRONT.
The wheat crop of Oregon for 1887
'amounted to 1 <000.000 bushels
Total acreage was 960,026.
in California. Oregon and Washing
ton combined. 54.774.lW bushels.
These figures are from the report of
the United States bureau of agnail-.
lure and are ¡vvbtWr correct.
First National BaJ
THE COUNT! SEAT
■ LOTS GIVKjt AWAY (?)
Tiie Oregon TSeg-lster