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T H I'
M c M innville . O regon
S aturday ,
EIM'CA 1'1 ON A I..
i : i
OREGON AS IT IS."
PRICE TWO CENTS.
Co. operate a line of til-weekly boats
to tins piai e. This tow n has been,until
the comidetiou of the narrow gauge to
Elk Rock, the shipping point of all it»
Dayton'' business representation
compii-e- six stores, one hotel, two
blacksmith and carriage shops, four
cliiireluneat and attractive, large
warehouses owned byCapt. W. S. Pow
ell and .I. \V. Ingle, capacity 150,000
Im hcls: • ujovs good schools; has a
lodge of Odd I elfows, ami Good Tem
plars, .d on prominent fcature not to
ne overlooked, a most beautiful and at-
tmetive city park. The only one that
we are aware of in Oregon.
Daytou is three miles from Lafayette
the county seat, and seven miles from
McMinnville. Good roads lead to nil
the principal points iu the county.
AL M innv it. i t .population isoo, the
center of Yamhill county.
j , lies
fifty miles south-west of Portland on
—DEPARTM ¿NTS —
is situated in the midst ol the. finest
I College of l ib. - I r
agricultural region in Oregon, mid is
nf Medí *n
Hr I., 1'. Fr«. widely know n as the Farmer- Piuadise
• v. dean.
of the Pacific slope. The population
III. i-olhvi <»f E.”
of the county is put at 10,DOO which
yearly receives large additions, There
jrÿâL' « (V - d < Hu.Pl’ -, < id.* *.*
Mr«. i'. (J. are thousands of acres of
V—(■••ns< rv».lnry <»f M mu : Z M. Par land to be had at prices ranging
$5 to $50 pet acre. All this Jatid lies
within easy access ol steamboat and
VI I i.iWNity Acadei
VII \rt department; M i s Marie railloads. The climate is mild and
agreeable. The winter mouths are
< 'r: i/, instructor.
mostly given torain. The Pacific ocean,
fifty miles west of McMinnville, is
W ill ATLAS» fllft l.A IION 100,
•i'll S’!« VIA TX,. OO «.KUH
reached over toll roads, and furnishes
VI I • ■
mil« s south-east of McMinn
l liirti t .i.-ln r.s. Day board for voriuj' a most invigoratingplace to whileawa.v ville on the Willamette river, and is a
the hot summer months of July anil
men, q'LAU p< • week.
shipping point of considerable import
ance. ITie average of wheat handled
Undies’ board in W tuau's College
THE IIRE DEI'AKI MIX I .
rail' amount.'to about 200,000 bush
bull, 12.5*» with uu irnished room;
I hi- embraces Wheatland and vi
$•» 5U with niuelv fnrni ied r<a>m. First
I here is n daily line of steam
L rm begins September 5. < 'ant- well equipped volunteer tire depart cinity.
COLLEGE OFMEDICI ME
UNIVERSITY HALL SALEM OREGON
Jo^ues and information sent free
ers to this port, thus affording every
salf . m , or
VAST, PRESENT ANI> FUTURE.
opportunity to the farmers to ship
The city is well lighted on its princi their wheat at a low rate, cither to
Âddress. THOâ. VANSCOY, Salem, Oi jgon
pal business aven lies. The rapid strides Portland or San Francisco via Yaqnina.
being made by McMinnville, in ad Tributary to this section of the coun
vancing to a prominent place among ty is some of the lincst farming lands
the live towns of Die northwest, is to be found anywhere. Here, also, is
giving a new life to its enterprising produced magnificent fruit, especially
merchants, and the blight star of Hope peaches.
T here is one general store, one hotel,
beams brilliantly down upon us. There
Newberg. Yamhill County, Oregon.
is a better feeling throughout the one blacksmith and carriage, shop, one
country than for years past. The farm drug store, dinrch. school and a large
ers are hopeful and happy. The indi warehouse.
cations for a good crop inis year were
X EWBERlI—POPULATION 150.
never better, collections are easier,
This is a new settlement made up
money circulates more freely and long principally of Fl it nils. who are as busy
First term 1887 begins Sep
credits appeal to he a thing of the as a hive of bees in making this place
tember 12. Total expense for
Hear ye, people of Yamhill county, 1 Will past.
the coming school town of the west
tuition, board and lodging for sell my fine stock of BOOTS and SHOES
side counties. The Friends have a
one year $110.
Instruction now on hand at ten per o-rnt disoonnl, and
Our eastern friendsaie iuformed that large academy. handsome in exterior
thorough. Especial attention my
iu close proximity Io McMinnville, appearance with a commodious boaid-
given to physical culture and Ear-ge, X'(*w unti Ele there ure some of the finest fnrms for ing hall attached. There lire Severn)
sale that, cau be found on the Pncific ! handsome and costly residences here.
health of students. Moral and
const, The reason that they are for
Students are offered line facilities to
religions influences carefully
sale is, that the owners have more land | acquire a good education at a small
No saloons nearer
than they need, consequently they me • CORI.
than eight miles. Situated lust Received, will ' e sold at a profit of willing toseli and settle up the.country. ‘ I hi li* arc no kd I ooijh in tIlin peaceful
on tlm P. <t W. V. R. R., 20 ten per cent. Then: < ONLY
The city asa suininei resort furnishes I place.
miles from Portland, and one One BOOJ and Slit .store in MuMimivillu better iiuiucenieuts Ilian oflered by any ! < 'lichaleni valley pays tribute to this
where you cun get ?■ .r moneys worth, and other place in Oregon. You can get1 little town, cosily nestling at the foot
mile from Rogers' landing on that is at Duilschneii v i ' h s . Come
inn. first class accommodations at the hotels
of the ('hehalem range of mountains.
the Willamette river.
Next door to Yanihih ounty bank.
for ii reasonable price. Within live
T he town has t wo general stores, a
I DF.ILHt llMifDEK
ii I vriioitN. sup«.
bouts drive over picturesque country blacksmith mid carriage shop, dress
Scud for < a! a Iou ii<*.
loads, yon are in the heart of the Coast making establishment, etc., also one
range, where angling, hunting and large -aw mill anil gris! .uill, including
>1 < -’M ill ,1 vilI<
ptospeeling can be indulged hi to your wan houses, etc.
lieatts content, You cau take your tent
PllPI l.ATHIN 150.
Slid get on llm stage aud awsv you go
twenty miles southwest
’n the grand old ocean whete fur $5 of Willamina,
Mi-Mmuvdie, near the foothills of
;r week you can roll in primeval lux
ii n- and dirt, and ref tn 11 In your hmm ' the <o.-ist range, i the most attractive
i.eriipi’i att d m Imalth ami spirits. I'be riii.il how n in the county. The stage
I«' I u a' Io rem li tin- ocean and tile road eros i - f he Soul h fork of the Yam
prop, i time In t.nli alifnit I b," ¡ir I of lull ini i at tin place, on its way tothe
ml Rotide valley.
■ lull. Purchase yom tickets I'm Me I; i I a hi
r> .lie two general stores, one
Miutivilie, thru take the stage via <iw null,
one large grist mil), two ho
Grand Bonds y alley, tn tlm i amping
good ' bools, churi'h, blacksmith
giiiiinds, nr till n your ntti nlion I" tin- tel
ic. I'll«' valley fol ten miles
l.itlh \: m i a a i limb llm e lowii itig Imp-, i draw
its supplies principally
íí ü k í imnnK iiii' ind bi- repaid niHi a p.inn- aioiind
i'. I í i ; r>l(> -
rainii- i iow from Xalun 's hand that trom tin' pl. hi There is considerable
ui.nn lai • d liighei up the valley. The
X«'«i C.:»i’!¿ •. :*r.o ca I - into the shadow all lamlArai»' Im mi i ' li i vc io haul their grain to
*icn m art .-alli'iies. '•Stretching out 'lieridmi, a distance of live miles, in
bctnii- tin- iili riiei lays the great liil-
lei of I in-
il bum 11 e. I lore ami I here ord> r to j i i it to market. Ultimately
•nV thiiif’ i.i I be Eivcrv bin*.
ipp'.ii upon the green .-.urlme towns i In- limin e gauge w ill tap this section
L« „i.o.t l.lipu
count! , ami l-> amply repaid by the
and villages, with great h«dds of wav ul
ilig giiiin w I iom law ny coloring vics farmers.
i u 11 v ■ Pl in L AVION 200.
harinmilmi ly w H h I he deep h>| 1.1 ■•<• of
I the I H i '. I In all -ides I iso Ilia,j«'et irail.I
I In town ul \inily rests upopa level
heavenward llm sim.i crowned kings plain, m.u the Bald hills, that lie Ite-
of On .-on, slim,ling upward into tile iwri n it and i Im Willamette river. Salt
very dome ol blue l imits almi <’.
ci ' el,, a i in.ill stream, passes the town
on i In li lt. In i Io- -.iiminer time Amity
I 11 11 I 11 r rm't i itiox " ii'H.
• - . nt a < In ii fa I appeal ante.
I,., fa vet t«’, the county seat of Yam pi Tlu
lm-im .portion of Amity com-
hill county, situated in the north.east
ern p'll of th'- coUjitl, is five mills pit -i on. I.irgi ii a iiltiiral warehouse,
ne . I .lop -. om drug store, one
liom ’t< Mintivill. as the road', go, and tom
lb'.rfi mill hum Portland vi illie nar Im i i .i.ibh . om public hall, two
iil.u k .uith hop', one carriage shop,
Lafayette Inis long been hampered In two i bun lu „, a good nubile school
w il.li si 11 nly pupils enrolled, and one
baling no direct eoiiimunicalion with grain
the world, and her progress somewhat
Amity is a sliiping town lor farmers
retarded. Better things are now ex
pcctcd. T he tow n needs only to w aken in tlii' vicinity. It is situated seven
from its lethargy to arrive at n busy, miles soulIi of McMinnville on the
bustling village. Ils niereliants and < tregon and California railroad. Con
grain is raised in this neigh-
enti . prising citizens must recognize siderable
the tact that the lust advertisement of borlioi al.
Tuition in Preparatory Department
BROS., a I' ido-a-wake town is its local papei. Minin iamiiii . i .- ropi i . ation 250.
in < -olleginte
T’ley '.mist not expect any live man to
This town, situated eleven miles
Li wry put capital into a place ivlien tbi'ic is
Ample room to care tor ! i ses.
1 lint r net ion Thorough anu Practical.
north ol McMinnville, and three*
teams at as reasonable rate s any where ir no effort made to attract public atten fourths oi a mile west of the Oregon
Board will be turnin'ted at the < 'olioBuilding foreboat
7 > p
prefer can obtain board in private families at from >2 «.3 t«» f I ■* ■ per w-
Live business men w.int live and I aliloi nia railload,is the first town
Oregon. New stable Third Kt . McMinnville tion’.
towns. The future prosperity of La in Yamhill county coming south. It is
7«*"Catalogues giving full information
• t free.
fayette depends mainly upon the a vast grain growing district and for
Srcrrlurj of Bikini, ’icUinnvillf, Oretfoii.
amount of energy pill forth by hei rep miles and miles the eye beholds a sea
resentatire men and women.
of waving grain.
r. K GOUCHER.
t. r. cALBBF.srn
cAitt.TON—iNift t.ynos loo.
There aie two general stores, one
Carlton, seven miles north of Mc- drug store, one lie shop, baker shop,
Calbreath &. Goucher.
and carriage factory, a
• Form« r’.y Shorthand and
Minnville, is a small town on the Ore
public hall, church, schools und
gon and California railroad, Ils prin good
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Fortland, Or jan.
cipal industry is shipping wheat.
Ill ItlllAN I'Ul'tT.ATION 250,
O rroo .’.
A oomplette buaiutaH coiu. i, peiituaiuliip;
•hurt-band, type-writing, I iisinesH corn»« I of a large farming community. T he la located on tin- west bank of the
place itself is more of a shipping jioint Yamhill river, oi more correctly speak
pondence. etc., tanpht day
(Offioe over Braly> bank.
Hhortbai <1 k***ortM by jr; 1. Add reha for than anything. I here are tluee com ing. Loth
ides. Since the narrow
(i. HOT. E>, Principa!.
niixlioiis grain warehouses. One of gangi road h.i- made this place the
them stolid 50,000 bushels ol wheal -oitthcrn terminus, the town has work
last season. Bartiekoll'A Co. have a ed toward the eastern side.
large granary here, and also one at Me
Their are half a dozen iaige grain
Hair CnUing. shaving and shuw-
warehoui * a three-story flouring mill,
J Tie villa;.’«' Imm-ts of a good gristry a handsome depot, good hotels, plcas-
Late of ImL ¡x-iit’' nee, h
stole, an iigticiilltllal waichoiiM. an int holm . half a dozen well-stocked
apothecary shop, goml holt I, bool and stoics, two livery stable», drug store,
Timi*. AM) TH! (KN
shoe maker, a blacksmith shop, two fiirnitiiie factory, boot and shoe mak-
I'liird Street. McMinnville. On -on.
C. H. FLEMING. Proprietor.
contractors ami builders, also nuc large ■ 1-, public halls, -cliool, churches and
tSwooessor to A. C. Wyndham.)
gen« t ai store.
Of Jrog.iD Bros <V Hender.-toii. niTorn hic
ion« s t /i'L
Boo rs shoes
LIVERY FEED AhD SALE STABLEST
H N E SO N
FIRST TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER
: McMiarilî Bià
15c SHAVING 15c.
Ladies and children's work a specialty.
have jnst added to my pnrlo- tbc
largest and fine-t stock of cigars ever in hi
•it,. Try then.
services in tlu t lin» fo the pnhlio, and will
To Ml who favor him w»tb their patronage,
will k<*?p « wn;mn spoetailynfiaiMecl to th*
$25.000—tofloan on approved mortg delivery of pareri*, traîne* Hnteheh etc., for
tbefnb(?e. Ordern kft
ages. Apply at the First National •Seacc
at the stable will t*e ; : mipt’v \tt-*ji'Ud to at
jd» reason « ble rates.
J. Harv Menderson,
> U I«*
■ 111' Jkoe
D XYTON -riil’I LATfoN 250.
I >a i ton, situated »1 the head of nav i-
g.ittco on the tight hank of the Yam
hill river. Ilea io an eaaterl; airection
McMinnville. In the days gone
f this place was (be liveliest burg in
ac county. It is connected with the
■arrow gauge system by »branch road,
the Oregon Railroad and Navigation
I n i mib
outh of McMinnville iu the
h<art of a large agricultural region,
consists of a enuren, school house and
general meichaodiese store. The land
i entirely devoted to grain. E.L.E.W.
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