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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1887)
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Yamhill County Assessments.
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A comparison of the assess
ment rolls of Yamhill county
shows that for 1886 there was
amounting to $214,426, as fol-
Aviti b« made satiafuctory to all applioanta. Assessment for 1884
Feb. 1G, 1887
This is bad weather for building,
but so soon as men can work to
advantage, up goes the new Re
porter office building on Third St,
next to Henderson’s Bros, livery
stable, where our presses will be
run by steam.
After that we
shall have something of interest
First National Bank,
M’ m INNVILLE,
STAPLE AND FANCr
The returns made by Mr. T. B.
Henderson were fully as satis
factory as any who preceded
him, and the levy is less by a
considerable, and putting this
and that together shows a healthy
condition of financies in Yam
J acob W ortman ..................... President
W. D. F enton ................. Vice-president
J ohn W ortman ......................... Cashier
Transacts^ General Banking business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made on favorable terms.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
on New York, San Francisco and Portland.
Office hours—from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Represents the following sterling compan
ies: London & Liverpool & Globe, North
British & Mercantile, Commercial Union
Fire Association, German American, Fire
man’s Fund, Hartford, Commercial, Anglo
Nevada, State Investment.
Wheat insurance a specialty.
General Merchandise A. H. & 0. 0. HODSON
Discussing county seat, the
Telephone says: “That McMinn
TO SAY TO OUR PATRONS
ville wants the county seat every
Sole Agent for the Celebrated
The water from melting snow
is very good for chilblains; that growing city, the metropolis of
is to suy, it will produce a good the county, are centrally located,
V the most re-
crop. People brought up in Or easy V of access bv
Agricultural Implements, Pumps,
egon cannot know how much mote inhabitant of the county.
amusement residents of less fav- We have colleges, schools and
Assortment of these Popular Goods
Alli of which will be sold as
ored lands derive from chil- churches, in fact everything to
ALL THE LATESI LOW FOB. CASH.
blains. They yield 111 OTO itcll- make a great city. The county
ing and burning io the foot than is badly in need of new buildings,
As the times will allow.
and new ones will have to be
We Make a Specialty of ait
Mr. Keene of North Yamhill,
liimls of Job Work Par
yesterday introduced Wm. .J.
Virgin, of New Richmond, Wis., is removed than if it remains
Iron and Tin Roofing,
to representative men of this when* it is. There many other
Please Call and Examine.
city, in the hope of interesting
Galvanized iron Cornices and window caps.
him in a business here with
In fact we do anything that comes in
W hat we G uarantee
our line, with neatness and dis
which he is largely connected at lieve it is conceded that the two
home, lie talks square, and we
feel that Mr. Keene lias done the contest will be McMinnville
lever Tell You it Can’t be Done.
on your designs and we will cut your
Yamhill county a service by in
patterns, and do your work, and
To be made from the very best ma
troducing him here.
don’t you forget it.
McMinnville has no ill will terial, by skillful workmen, with the
.las. Withvcombc of North
South east cor. 3d and C streets. McMinn
against any hamlet, village or latest and most approved machinery, ville,
A. H. & O. O. HODSON.
Yamhill has an excellent letter
and to be the cheapest goods in the
city, but is willing to submit
market when service is considered.
in the Oregonian upon tin* dan
the question to the legal voters Are so thoroughly finished that they
ger to this slate from neglect of
of the county. It is a long time can be worn in damp weather, or in a
the assembly to protect our
vet before the matter comes to a shower, without fear of being ruined
ranges from the cattle plague.
vote, but when it does come, let by curling or shrinking.
’Phe Oregonian crows because
us all abide, without a murmur, The manufacturing,dyeing and fin
Johnson has $206,00(1 in cattle
ishing is done in such a manner, that
by the decision of the majority the goods can be washed if desired
and Montana is beef bankrupt.
of the legal voters of Yamhill without the least injury to fabric.
There are more fearfully decimal-j
Our goods are wool dyed, and colors
Third St.. Opposite
ing causes for us to guard
as fast as the purest dyes and greatest
against than snow, sleet and fro
. AMHILL CO. BANK.
rhe difference between the care and skill can make them.
on ’ t F orget the P lace ,
opinions of those who >urelv Goods show just what they are and
♦ in thermometers.
A deplorable state of affairs know something about railroad will be until worn out, as there is no
exists in Montana. Snow has ing and those who know noth weighting, stiffening, or artificial lus
tre used to increase the weight or fin
drifted to enormous depths, and ing about it, was well stated in ish : as is the case with a large class of
people living at the mountain the views as presented by rail goods in the market, but which disap
basesare in imminent danger of road officials at Salem on the pears alter a few days’ service.
meeting death beneath an ava pending Briggs ami Wager bills As manufacturers we have taken
lanche, or freezing to death. ami by members from the rural great pains to supply an article in
Should another protracted storm districts. The airing has thrown every way reliable, and unsurpassed
by similar goods, either foreign or do
occur it is believed that hun considerable light upon the sub mestic, and would respectfully ask an
— IN THU—
dreds will succumb to its terrors. ject of railroad earnings in this examination of the various styles and
As it is, more people have froz state and Washington territory, shades to be found on sale by mer
Goods of nil kind, nnd above
en to death this winter than for and shows that the net receipts chants who are agents for the goods. all Furnishing
THE LOWEST PRICES. Also agents
The cohl of the same are not nearly the All goods of our manufacture should for the
Brownsville Woolen YIHI,
has been intense, varying from exorbitant amount that they are bear the name and trade mark of
B roadhead W orsted M ills ,
Carrying a full line of all goods made by
40 to 60 degrees below zero.
popularly supposed to be.
Jamestown, N. Y. these celebrated mills;
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