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IN MEMORI AM
Zephyrs at Mrs. Stuarts, five
ounces for 25 cents, Opposite
North Yamhill, Or., Feb. 2d, 1887.
First National Bank,
H all of F raternity L odge , N o . 56,
the (¡range store.
D. C. ¿REL^ND A CO. PUBLISHERS.
1. O. (). F.
’MINN VILI.E, OREGON.—
Ten feet of snow is reported W hereas , It has pleased Almighty
Feb. 4, 1887
on the mountains, by the mail God to remove from our brother J. A.
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Ball and his estimable wife, their on J acob W ortman ........................ President
Don’t forget the auction sale
ly daughter, and
W. D. F enkin ............... Vice-president
ohn W ortman ........... ................Cashier
Valentines in great variety,
at the St. Charles hotel Monday.
dearly beloved child they have lost
TraiiMCta a General Banking biuineM.
House bill, No. IS, was read I and
. some of the handsomest de- that which no power on earfl» can re InL'reat allowed on time leposiu.
place, thereby blasting their future
(k>lle< tioliA made on la'ortble terms.
first time in the senate on Thurs signs, at Rogers dr Todds.
Sight Exchange mid Telegraphic Transfers
Tax-payers have responded Resolved, That the members of on New York, Sun Francisco and Portland.'
Office hour»—from I* a. m. to 4 p, m.'
Jones A Co. are^Wiipping a ! very liberally to the visits of Fraternity lodge, No. 56, I. (). O. F
while submitting with resignation to
tine lot of lumber rn McCoy to Sheriff Harris on his collecting the
will of the great master, we here
by give expression to our regret, and
the following sterling compan
deplore the great loss they have SUS*
Little Miss Nellie Logan paid
ies: London A Liverpool
G.L. Blackman of East Bloom- tai ned.
British >1 Mercantile. Coiuiuercial Union
the Reporter a very pleasant . field, New York, and W. L. Car Resolved, That we extend <>ur Fire
Association, Gorman American, Fire
heartfelt sympathies to the family man’s Fund. Hartford, Commercial, Anglo
visit this afternoon.
ter of Albany, Oregon, were the and friends of the .deceased in this Nevada, State ’nvestment.
Wheat insurance a specialty.
¡guests of Geo. W. Burt, yester their hour of bereavment.
Resolved, That a copy of these
senator and one representative day.
be presented to the family BISHOjP #
by the new apportionment bill, i
C. Symons has disposed of his of our worthy brother, that a copy I m ?
The literary exercises in Miss
furnishing the Yamhill County Re
city property to G. E. Detmer- porter for publication, and that they
Martin’s room were postponed
ing, and has retired from busi- be spread upon the recerds of the
one week, in consequence of in-
j ness in McMinnville, He leaves lodge. A I). RpNNEI.fi, J
H. F. B edwell , [ Committee.
¡for Vancouver, B. C., as soon as
Capt. Lafallett’s bill to ajd. the!
W. B. K een ,
he can dispose of his furniture^
Willamina and Netarts road
passed the second reading in I I C. C. • Tallman recently
We want a thoroughly reliable man
... * .
tan experience traveling to a at every poetoflice in Yamhill, Polk
Third St., ppposite
the house yesterday.
and Washington counties. We w(ll
YAMHILL CO. BANK.
Veda, the little daughter of
make it an object for those willing to
on ’ t F orget the P lace ,
w*ork, who can show results. Write to
Arthur and Clara Ball, whoser
death occurred last Saturday, ; 1 bridges damaged, which was nor tricksters to apply.
—Where you will—
was buried at the Pike cemetery. thrilling in itself. We often
Dr. Galbreath was called to
Weekly Reporter, a faithful
Lafayette yesterday to attend j this valley managed to get from and The complete
Compendium of the
Almoiidi Fletebw’ who met with f',lttCe to Place. in. auch time8 as week’s news’, is furnished
for 12.J cents
a painful wound from the acci
I J 4
R. B. Hibbs, one of our best
dental discharge of a gun while
in McMinnville and at McMinnville
young men, has purchased the college. Residence corner of Second
Mr. Laughlin yesterday otter- .tailoring business of C. Symons, and C Streets. -*► • -
ed a memorial in the I
Valuable Business Papers.
LATEST -■ STYLES.
praying for payment by
W. G. Steel, of Salem, is engaged
G ihmìh of all kind, aud above
general government of the Cay ever been shown in,McMinnville. in puliahing a certified copy Of the all Furniahing
THE LOWE8T PRICEH. Alno
use war claims and the pension- A. M. Taggart has been engaged tax roll of every county in Oregon, for tbe
Bravi um ville Woolen JliM,
ing of troops engaged in that to take charge of the manufac showing* name, <H*< iipation, poatoflice Carrying
a full line of all goodf* Biade by
turing department; he needs no address, number of acres of land own tbeae oelebrated
ed, value pf the same, indebtedness
The firemen’s fair committee i recommendations from us. His and gross value of property which mil
forwarded by registered mail to
will have a meeting at the fire skill as a workman is well estab be
any address in the United States for Late of Independenoe, having purchaaed the
mens hall this, Friday, evening lished in Yamhill county. Baz $60, or will be sent by express C.O. D. TKAWM AN® TRltKN
counties may be had at the
February 4th, at which impor is full of vim and energy, and Single
Of Ijogan Bron. A Henderaon, itflera bia
following rates each :
aervioea in that line to the nublic, and will
tant business is to be t ransacted. we bespeak for him a successfu ColutubiH. (Joos, < rook, (lurry, Gilliam,
Gun ranter xatiwiartion
Grant, Josephine, Klamath, Lake,
Be prompt at 6:30; not 7, nor business career.
$ 2.00 To all who favor him with I heir patronage.
linker and Clatsop.............
2..r>0 Be will keep a wagon Hp^ially adapted to the
The retiring chief engineer of Benton,
half past. By order of the Chief.
Polk, Union, Wasco .
3.00 delivery of parcelH. trunka antcliefa. etc., for
Jackson, Umatilla, and
A very serious accident oc the McMinnville fire depart Clackamas,
the accomodation of the public. Order« left
.... 4.00 at tbe ata^l* will be promptly attended to at
curred a few days since near ment recommends the depart Douglas, Lane and Yamhill
5.00 reasonable fatea.
north Yamhill. It seems that, ment be supplied with 300 feet Marion
Family Grocery Store.
as L. L. Stillwell was driving of good hose, making with what Orders left with any county clerk
Third Street, McMinnville, Oregon.
home with Uncle Andy Wright, we have at present, 600 feet, in the state, or the assistant secretary
Ira and Utah Orton, in the hack which would be very necessary of state, Salem, will receive prompt
J. Harv. Henderson,
with him, his teaifi became in case of a fire occurring out of
(Successor to L. ROOT.)
frightened and run and making range of any of the preftent cis-
All JYoih Goode, Groceries. Flour, Baooa. and
a sharp turn upset the hack, terns. Further that there be a
Glaeewero and Crockery.
Stillwell was buried in a mud couple of cisterns put in, one at
(^"Gooda delivered to parcbnaers in t beettv
hole about three feet.
Uncle the intersection of Third and F
A. a . kknton
maxfobi * baf .
Andy had his knee joint dislo-: streets and one at the intersec-
cated; Ira Orton some of his tion of First and II streets. Our
ribs hurt, and Utah Orton fall- apparatus at present consists of
ing on his head was rendered one hand engine complete, one
senseless for some time. Uncle hose cart, one hook and ladder
KENYON A RAY, Proprietor..
(SnooBaaor lo W. F. Rangaaaer.)
Andy was carried to the house truck, 300 feet of .hose in good
of J. L. Castle, close by, and his condition, five ladders, thirty
keep on hand at all timea the very
BEOS., beat Will qaalUy
ot faedh meets, that eab be ob
knee put in place by Stillwell, six iron buckets, two axes, one v HENDERSON
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tained in the market, aufl respectfully eelioit
All parties are improving but hook and rope, all in good work- Ample room to oare for horse«. Livery a Charebf the public patronage
IW^Giveus a trial order and we will
teama at aa reeaonable rate« at any where in
have not fully recovered.
Oregon. New «table Third St., MoMinnvUta. guarantee satisfaction
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