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The Daily Reporter,
First National Bank.
Perhai« a few lines fmm the hills i M c M innville .
D < IB£L.tWi 4 CO. FCBLISHER»,
t your readers;
Sept 13, 1F.*F, al anv rate I ar.i -ire if the editor of J acob W ortman -..
I). P. T hompson ,..
The R»;- r*»-r ..n i hie staff, and others J ohn W ortman ..
RORf ZG.V/.V rF.RSAL IVPROVr ft -.1' Ivbo art confined in heated offices and
Trsnse.U a Genera) Banking business.
What tt grand «inception! Sartly re
Inteseti allowed on time deposits.
Collections made on favorable terms.
form -"ate-min ..nd anprogr<-si re con if.-
bile breath* the bracing
.» ¿ht Exchange . nd Telegraph Transfers
»tatestnen who stand with bated breath a:r <d the highland-, drink the pure
in the j. • Mince of and start wiCi holy water nd rami le among the shady on New York, San Francisco and Portland.
Oft.* hours—from 9 a. in. to 4 p. m.
horror u. a bill that proposes to appro
gr .•- .i I upon the sunny .-lopes of
priate *1 b.000,000 for th« improve
ment of ; irera and harbor» in this grand ?h hi’!-. they would experience the
speak their praises,
couoU.. of 3,501,509 square mil«« t.:d -. ii de-ir-
’fcsent« < he following sterling compan
of sixty million people mast tie scarce which j r< mpts me to pen these lines.
ies. London A Liverpool A Globe, North
in K uns I. i , otherwise these grand inter The ■>:t.i: - imqe-tic stepping stones Britiah A Mercar rile. Commercial Union
nal improvement« by which great feea.i from che valley to the great mountain Fire Association, German American, Fire
man’s Fund. Hertford. Coinmenriai. Anglo
are connected by artificial canal» and
beyond . possess attractions which are Nevada, Stats Investment.
Che producer» of the interior brought
Wheat insurance a specialty.
n<>t found • i-t where
Here are broad
in easy otn inti ideation with seaport»,
would !>■ ver have been inaugurated or fjrn.s <>f roliini; land, unexcelled by
ptndie 1 forward to completion. But any f r the production of grain and■
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they do go on, and we are told that fruits, and possessing the advantage of
when completed, as they will be at no natural drainage, the lack of which
distant day. the cost of transportation detract- -o much from the value of J. C. B kaly ............................ President
of win at from the fertile plain» of the some -. id. y farms The higher slopes W.D. M c D onald , J r ............. Secretary
C lark B raly ............................ Cashier
Ca»piau and along the Volga to the At
and wooded summits afford excellent Transacts a genera) Banking Business. Col
lantic and Mediterranean porta will be
lections made on favorable terms
reduced at leant to the extent H to 10 range, the natural grasses growing
cents per bushel. It i$ dearly evident fresh and plentiful during all of winter Exebdag. on Ladd A Tilton. Portland. Or.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
the producer», shippers and consumer» spring, and till late in the summer.
Yamhill County Bank.
of thia Aotintry, if they would guard The«»» tracts are partially wooded and
w. j. GxHKisoN.
a . h . oAvrrr.
their own interests and protect them- well watered by living springs. It is
•elvet against the rapacity of formida the universal testimony that the land
ble corn! ¡nation» of aggregated capital,
of the lower and gentler slopes, and;
must look to the improvement of the
great natural water way» of the coun bordering the streams which inter
try and the «instruction of uititicial sperse the hills at intervals, is unsur Where the beet of meats can alwaysbe found
and at the most reasonable prices, where
•hip and »t« iirnbout canals and ship passed in richness and general fertility
the loin of beef is divided without custom
rut) ways for relief from exorbitant But the foothill» present other attrac-; «* Meats don« np in the latest styles,
u .< good weights given. Give us a call.
transportation charge». To the present lions
To one fond of the free, roman
limited and easily enumerated thous tic scene» of nature, the hills afford
W. J. Garrison A. Co.
and now »titled in the inland empire,
special inducements. Here the variety 1
and» the great plaiuof the Columbian)
Oregon. Washington, and Idaho, or to of the scene »tands out in sweet relief
the almost c uintles» million» that w ill, to the monotony of the valley
ere another generation »hall have pa»-
M'd away, find happy, prospeious home» pile and look upon the scene before us.
in that fertile and extensive region, it At our feet rippleB a brooklet fresh
Old Post office Building. D Street.
matters'. it little w hether it is Portland from its mountain source. Arching
O regon .
<>r Asto.ii, Vancouver. Kalama, Ya the stream and outlining its course arc
thickets of willow
quinu, Tacoma, Seattle, or some other
tled in the protecting embrace of mas
point ot Puget sound, or the. Columbia sive hills, stand» a farmers cottage and
riveJ o ... I '.!< itic ocean, that a to
buildings, commanding a view of val
the dumping point of trans-shipment ley and snowy peaks beyond. His
Repairing of Guns. Pistols and Sewing
from land to sea, for the untold piil broad acre» spread out before, and Machines a specialty
lion» of ton» of cereal» and other prod herds roam the wooded slopes behind.
ucts ilia, must in the future from year Westward, hills after hills with wood- C.
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to year as the year» roll on. find their ed crests, grassy vall.ys ..nd sloping [MUVçnV C t
glades, presenting a scene oi rare
way from this prolific field to the wait
ing and beckoning markets of the
world. With them thia is not such a oak clad hills blend into the darker
material question, however important shade of the evergreens, and the great,
wild mountains rising in dark grand wawne . hacks , euggies . cabbuges ,
it may be to the different rival ports
furnish a background for the
contesting for the golden treasures that
must inevitably result to the one which picture Come to the hill, all ye seek
B Street, between Third mid Fourth.
of good farms, pure air and water,
i* tinally most successful in the grand ers
tr<?”Carriage Painting and Repairing a
and houorabh competitive race for the I pleasant homes, beautiful landscapes,
Specialty. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed.
control of the trade of an empire.
and ye shall lie satisfied
GIVE US A CAI J.
GI NSMITH SHOP
Carl Veh, Proprietor.