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the standard required for the British
Important Stock Sale.
armv. A good horse, fifteen to sixteen
Posters are out for an auction sale
hands high, will bring $150 in almost
p. c. IRELAND A CO. PVBLISHEBS,
fat and thoroughbred stock by Mills
any part of Oregon.
at their Mount Stewart farm
McMinnville, Or. - Nov 8, 1886
Miss Belle Johnson, teacher of mu nea: North Yamhill on Saturday N.v
McMINNVIuLE. T* *
sic in McMinnville and at McMinn 13th. The sale includes sixty head of
ville college. Residence corner of all age> including fifteen head suitable i J acob W ortman .
D. I‘. T hompson ,
for the butcher. Terms cash, or ap J ohn W ortman
Brvant’s lines might almost have
Advertisers can take their choice, proved notes at 10 per cent.
been written for such a season as ours :
Transact»» General Ranking bimiiMi
either daily or weekly, at the same old
“Let in through all the trees.
Interest allowed ou time deperii»
¿one the strange rays; the forest depths are rate. No advance in the price. We’ve
Collections made on tavorable term*.
The Exchange hotel of North Yam Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfert
come to stay, if you say so.
New York. San Francisco and IVrtland.
Tbeir sunny oolored foliage, in the breeze,
hill, containing twenty-tv^ rooms in on Office
hour»—from 9 a. m io 4 p. m.
Twinkles like beams of light.
begged the farmers to write for the
“0, Autumn! why so soon
for cash, or exchange for real estate.
D»part the trees that make thy forests glad. Reporter. A county paper to be com
Thr gentle wind and thy fair sonny noon,
plete should have news for all inter The house is well known to the travel
And leave thee wild and sad?
the following sterliug ooiupna-
ested, and pray who in this county
iee: Ixnidon A Liverpool A Globe, North
-Ah! ’t were a lot too blest,
are more interested for what is en
British A Mercantile. Ommneroial Unica
selling is that he is too far advanced Fire Asaocintion, German American, Fire
Forever in thy oolored shades to stray;
lightening to them in their calling
Fund. Hartford, t’-ommercial, Aug Io
inud the kisses of the soft south west
in age to attend to it, and is determin man's
than the farmers’
Nevada, State Investment
To roam and dream fo* aye;
ed to sell if an opportunity is offered, Wheat insurance a specialty.
We learn that about 300 head of even at a sacrifice. In fact he is bound
"And leave the vain low life
I.. <•. MITKH.
H. H. D4X1KL
That makes men mad -the tug for wealth scabby sheep from Polk county wft-e
SUITER & DANIEL,
sized near Amity on Thursday by In Yamhill is as rapidly improving town
The passions and the cares that wither life,
Proprietor* of the
spector Nelson. It is hoped that now as any on the west side, is the center
And waste its little hour.”
this business will receive official atten- of a large trade, the starting point for LAFAYETTE MILLS
County court will resume its session tention, that no further complaints Tillamook bay, the resort for hunters
may be heard. Mr. Nelson says the and sportsmen in the summer season,
C. R. Cook is one of the builders sheep are in bad condition, and will and this is the best chance for a good
have to be thoroughly cured before he man in the whole state. For further
upon Cook’s hotel.
LAFAYETTE, Yamhill Co.. OREGON.
The death of Samuel McCutcheon will allow them to be driven any furth particulars address this office, or apply We desire to inform the public that we have
er. Wonder if these are samples of to J. Delap. North Yamhill, Oregon.
lately added a line of Rolla to our Mill,to
of Carlton is noted.
gether with the iieoemary machinery to
Thanks of the ladies’ Guild, though
uneserved, are accepted.
A Corvallis man has received from
A No. I Article of Flour,
The inquest will be convened again Hon. Thos. Canthorn, now visiting in Witch Tali Art Eriúny.
And have the same in anooemful operation.
While we do not olaini to make
this morning at Lafayette.
Missouri, four hickory nuts, three real
Sheriff Harris was in town Satur old-fashoned burr-oak acorns and sev
day upon important business.
eral chincopins. He has been in rap
In the State,
Hugh Collard has gone back upon tures over the gifts ever since their ar
We do claim to make an article
rival. The most interesting part of
the OCR as frieght brakesman.
Seoond to ITone.
Prof. Stephens is making a big suc the incident is, as he expresses it, “a
son of a gun of a Missouri maggot
cess of his music class at Lafayette.
Councilman T. A. Turner reached came out as a passenger in one of the
home Saturday from his eastern trip, acorns.” The M. M. is now taring em
can lie made on
balmed and will be carefully laid away
Wo have l>een to much expetn«« to make
Mrs. E. Russ has improved so much in the archives of Jess Spencer's bar
thia ohauge, and believe we deserve a liber
u to be able to ride out last Friday ber shop.
al share of public patronage, and ask a fair
trial. We guarantee reanlta.
Porter is playing our watermelon
M ITER A IHYIFL
Teams will be able to cross the game on his Albany constituents, but
bridge at Salem this week, while at substituting squashes. Hear him;
work upon it.
We will give the Bulletin, one year, to
It is said that the state board is un the man who will bring us the largest
able to complete its levy of the annual squash between now and thanksgiving.
This is the time of year when
tax waiting for Linn and Yamhill re At that time the squashes shall be
weighed, and the heaviest squash Merchants all begin to show
Miss Edith Martin, a pupil of the takes the prize. The remainder o low prices. We realize that
McMinnville Business college, has just the squashes shall revert to ua. We permanent tiade cannot be
turned out a fine crayon of a Holstein want a big squash pie for thanksgiv
made unless one has the cor \<» i <iTi riiK k
cow. true to life.
ing. made out of the biggest squash in
Having purchased the Strain property, and
Y isitora at the public school Friday : Linn county, and we don't know any rect styles and correct prices. permanently located in McMinnville. am
ready to do nil kinds of Truck and Do ¡iv
R«v. Henderson and wife, Misses Ella other way to find it. This offer holds We are selling goods at aston ory Work nt abort notice. All good* <>n
trusted to our cure will be carefully handled,
and Ida Leabo, Hattie Terry, Bena good if only one squash makes its ap ishingly low prices on the mer and
promptly delivered. Mao keep on hand
knelling, May Cooke and Miss Better ; pearance.
its of our wares. We know Wood of id) kinds aa cheap a* the chon peat
Order* left at the City Drug store will be
Mrs. Dallas: Henry Stuart and L. C.
With all the l*oasts about Liberty that there are no better styles promptly it tended to. .1 J. < OLLARD.
and the friendship between France of Clothing, no better fitting,
The HITKHJT (JUIDB Is
Imued Kept, «nd March,
Forty-three years ago last Saturday and America since the days of Lafay no better made than ours, and
each year. •*- 31« pa«ea,
morning, Uncle Jeptha Garrison, now ette, it is a stinging shame that a we believe that no one in Mc
H1,* liy, iMeteea, with aver
3,000 lllwtratlona - a
of this city, awoke as an Oregon im daughter of the great American Gen. Minnville is selling Clothing
whole Ftetare Oallvry.
migrant at Linn city, just across the Grant should be so much abused by a
UIVKM Wholesale Prteas
as cheaply as we are.
direct 1« «mniw re oa all goods for
river from Oregon city. What changes scion of the other nation. It is saic
personal or family «*•»■ Telle how ta
time has wrought since that date.
order, and give.
ro** ot •’•vy-
that the married life of Nellie Grant
thing yon nor, rat, drink, wear, or
One result of the Bartholdi statue Sartoris is far more humiliating anc
have fan with. Three 1 N t A l.t'A HI.S6
BOOK* ronlaln Information glee
m that it connects two of the greatest
from the markets of the world,
BISHOP it KAY
will mall a copy KRICK to any
^publics as one. We can now shake public. Mrs. Sartoris makes her home
itnm npon receipt of IO ct*. to del
hands with France across the ocean, with her husband’s father in the north
expense of mailing
Iwt na hear fow
*nd unite in the earnest hope that the of England. Here, according to al
WARD A CO.
torch of Liberty may continue to en- accounts, she is treated as a sort of Late of Independence, bavin« pa rob used the • MONTGOMERY
ty dk ««• Wabash Avetino, < hlra«o. Uh
■ Rhten the world, and may speedily a poor relation. Two rooms are set TEAJI* AM> TRICK*
aside for the use of herself and chil Of Logan Bn» <* Henderaon, offer* bi* SEYMOUR’S o'* mono
hght king-craft to the grave.
An officer of the English govern- dren. and their meals are furnished, •ervioee in that line to the publio. and will
ment is in the northwest buying horses nothing else is given them, neither by
for the army. There have been a the husband or Sartoris, Sr. So far To all who favor him with their patronage.
He will keep a wagon epeoially adapted to the
great many horses taken east from aa tbe younger nt. ns is concerned, delivery of pare-.*, tranks aatoheh eta , for
aa not contributed a ttte aooomodation of the publie. Orders left
this state this summer, but probably it is saidths
s support for years. at ths stable will be promptly attended to at
oot many of them would come up to
First National Bank
The Best Roller Flour