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rs nf Aiiifi'U'a, iu.tIk every (HlnMav
evening m SoVUn'k. '
W. H. AUin, iUntinl,CiMiir block.
Ciisar, the cMc't, ul lintiiiimii'.
S; IV sluvo ml in
It, M. Wo.lo
All llm iitHiMxiiu iiml tlic Itid'si
nowl t-iui In) IiilI m Iioluiifviu's.
A full line of eiiriiiu wnmmsat It. M.
WiU & Co.
If ynu want H h;ir-ot, a gun,! clean
alinve, or 11 Inttli, luu ur coM.cull on K.
T. Heckle, Main meet.
aim ntul ftiniih' Imw moved
into Kev. Hirluir.liiiiii'ji mw limine un
corner of Fiitli iiiul Cliuriieltuii MreelH
Tile Itest l'ri rlutlmi fii- M.il.nia
i II I Us Hlllt P ever I Ik l.it (1 tl (ill,l K '1'4hT.
I.Kvl Cllll.l. IXiu a .Imply lrttl tllul
Ijlllllllt.' Ill . IH,.tt,.K fuim. Nil 0UI1, Ull IIY,
I rut', ;iw,
Mrs Slit-i nmn of Monmouth itt having
resilience ereeteil, aiel when complet
I'll it will lie HHIOIIK the finest in tilt'
r'or first class milk can go to K. M.
W.-ule A Co.
Try Moom, the lrW. north il of
'C ' street, oin.,siu Knox's jjiwerv
tore, fur a hair out or shave. "
Special irii'cs on cream separators tit It.
M. Viuh A Co.
K. A. lHmty in hnvins pome extensive
improvements made in his store. Tim
carpenters have been at work tor several
days putting in number of new shelves
and otherwise making room (or wore
M VUUIV ( U'SFN It 1 1 lOl'SNKSS.
trmi lni,u. (. iiitl luiuo ninowM llin
The pitr mnoof the cnMimiry horo i
Htt'.tJily in.-rounisij;, .six new customer
have lu'eii a.iiletl to the already Ion Hut
of patron eiiu'o last Friday.
A larue variety of gnrden cultivator
at It. M. Wade Co.
When in Suleiii and von wunt a ihuI
V "teal don't forgot to k Hi .strong's
N Itt'MttiitrHtit, w here everything the mar
ket alt'oftls eau be had.
The hoard of state commissioners Toes-
day awarded the rontruct (or lavatory I
iniproviiu'tits ut the state house to Knox
ami Murphy, plutuura, o( alem for
Il14.3j. which ia .i)t.!!5 over the ap
pronation fortius work.
Metier for the lllooil tliati Sursapiirllla !
rn i.ivmii ni utti alumna incuti'i.
Ontva'a 1'ask-UwiCliitt Tenia.
The hiu drive of los, annually made
by Spalding Bros., now enroute down
the Willamette le expected to pa8 In-
dependence some time next week. The
drive this year is by long odds the larit-
est in the history of the river, conipria-
inx S.tXHl.OPO feet. There are 22 lowers
w ith the party, and a number of horses,
with i .cooking rufls, thmting barna and
other aijiiHtic conveniences.
J.f?. Moore, the barber on C street,
how humVJos Newbro'a Herplelde. the
('lUMU 'bilnlr tilt' cure, endorsed by all
.-JBt.-iinir liirU'taLuH'ortiniid aud all
cities in the etint. Hive It a trial and
gave your hair.
The wind mill and water tank owned
by W. C. llrown at Dallas full and was
completely de lioHshed last Friday.
The tank held about iMK) gallons and
was full at the time. Considerable dam
age was done to nearby buildings. The
cause ot the collapse was due to defec
MAMMA MAKKS IMrTltE ltl.001).
Umvca TaMUlewt'titl I Tunic etirr Malaria. 5ic
The Star grocery has a new delivery
Th best Prescription for Malaria
Chills and Fever, is a bottle of Urove's
Tantelesa Chill Tonic It t simply Iron
aud quinine in a tasteless form. No
cure, no pay. Priee, 60e.
Manuel Hoble, the young Filipino
brought here by the Second Oregon Vol
unteers, who was placed attheCheniawa
Indian School, has disappeared. He
was with the Cheniuwa band at Oregon
CitV and the Chemawa Assembly, but
did not return to the school. It is
thought that he went to Voncouver with
some of the soldiers from there and an
effort is being made to find him.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative liromo Quinine Tablets
All drugciHtH refund the money if it
fails to cure. K. W. fl rove's signature
Ih on each box. '25c.
In the supreme court at Salem last
Friduy in the case of Mrs. Laura Adkins
appellant, vs. city of Monmouth, re
spondent; it was ordered on stipulation
that appellant have until September 2o
to file the transcript of the cause and
abstract thereof, and 30 days after filing
the abstract to serve and lih her brief.
A lame shoulder in usually cauaed by
rheumatism of the muscles, and may
be cured by a few applications of Cham
berlain's Pain Balm, For sale by Kirk
land Drug Co.
Last Tuesday Postmaster Johnson, of
Corvallis, missed some stamps of large
denomination that he had laid out the
day before, lie inquired of his deputy,
Miss Olive Hamilton and found that she
had not moved them. Mr. .lotihson be
gan a search for the stamps and succed
ed in finding $20 or f.'iO worth of. various
denominations under the "stamp de
livery" desk'. The Btamps had been
carried there by mice." At present Mr,
Johnson is looking for a cat. Gazette.
The laws of health require that the
bowels move once each day and one of
the penalties for violating this law is
piles. Keep your bowels regular by
taking a done of Chamberlain's Ktoniaoh
and Liver Tablets when m cessary and
you will uever have that severe pun
ishment inflicted upon you. Price, 2"
centk For sale by Klrkland Drug Co.
itev. J. It. d. Russell, of Dallas, will
p:,.i;h at the Baptist church here next
Saturday at 2 p. tn., and Sunday at 11
a. m. and 8 p. rn.
APCMTC KnMier Fountain Pen. Hcnd 10
nut-IN I O wnts sllveror stamps fur silnipli'
HUNTER &C0.612W Fifth St.Cincinnati 0
FOR SALE Ten head of choice Cots
wold bucks. Inquire of
70S-4 F. I'. CiKouNns, Ibipna Vista.
Al tlelleli id in lVtthiud on husiucM
A, W. Docksleader wan over from
Dalian yesterday on himttVM.
Mm. l.ov ami Miss Coir Snell visited
in I'ullim Tuesday.
F. A I Knit y In getting a caiload of
ehittiim ready for shipment.
('luu ley llilvi'U returned fioui a w eek'
outing at Caseadi sprints.
tieyfgo Sloper in Up at Corvallis thii
week boring a number of well.
3. IS. Cooper waa a passenger ou the
train for Portland Tuesday,
Claude ituhhaid in clerking in a eon.
teeiionery utoie in Astoria.
Miss Mabel Cooer went over to New
port last Saturday lor an outing.
Clint Moore liss returned from an
out ing on Slab creek.
Mis, II. M. Line returned last Fri
day from a week's visit in McMiuuville.
Mm. K. W, Cooper is in Salem for
medical treatment this week.
Chas. Collins baa returned after two
months abiteiise in Portland.
J D. Irvine returned last Satuiday
from a leu days outing at Slab creek
Louis Wiprut and Charlie Irvine have
relumed from thvir outing at Slab creek
Mis Cora Snell expects to leave Sat
nrday for an outing at Seaside,
lr. O. 1. Hutler returned Saturdav
from an outing on the Alsea.
Mrs. J. A. C. Urant left Saturday for
a visit with relatives and friends in
Last Friday Mrs. Sarah Ann Davis, of
Lebanon, was committed to the insane
Arthur Moore and family have re
turned alter a ten dava outing at Slab
MiasCanna Hohiuson wctittoCorvallii
ou Monday uioining'a train for a short
visit, She returned today.
C. C. Kays, of llueua Vista passed
through here early Monday morning on
bis bicycle enroulu to Portland.
Mb Jennie Merrill came up from
Portland Sunday for a abort visit with
her parents at Highland.
-Miss I. u la Moore returned to Port loud
Sun. lay after a short visit with relative!
Misses Ada and Julia Locke returned
last Friday from a short visit in Portland.
Mrs. Lillj, who has tieen visiting
Mrs. i. W. Kuteli, returned to her
home in CorvailiH last Saturday.
W. It. ileamer went over to Newport
Lift Saturday for a couple id days outing
returning on Monday.
Mrs. William P.aker returned to her
home in Portland Tuesday after visiting
for two ueeks with relatives here,
linlph itoothhy and William Hell, of
Monmouth, left on the train for Port
land Tuesday alte'noon.
Mrs, Ivliih F.arheart went down to
McMiuuville Saturday on her bicycle
Miss Edith Lilies went down to Me
Minnville yesterday for a visit with rela
tives. A. S. Locke and family returned Mon
day from a two weeks' camping trip on
Pies, P. L. Campliell, of Monmouth
Normal school, is enjoying an outing at
Mrs. E. M. Young and Mrs. Oliver
Jones went ovei to Dallas yesterday for
a short visit.
Frank .Lucas was passenger on
train for Portland this alleinooii.
Al llerreti and family returned Satur
dav from camping trip on the SileU
Mrs. Ceo. Claugelt and daughter, and
Mrs. K. T. Ilenkle, left this morning lor
an outing at New port.
Mr and M's. I, M. Hutler and Miss
Hessie left last Friday for an outing at
Mr. and Mil. Oli Welch returned
Saturday from a ten dit)' out ing at Slab
Mr. and Mrs. J. S, Cooper went over
to New port Saturday to spend a couple
of itays returniug ou Monday.
Miss Arlena Lines returned Sunday
allcruoon fioni a reek's visit with friends
Mr. and Mrs, J, IJ. Hurnea, of Salem,
came un today for a short visit with
J. A, Mills and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Hogs, of Kansas, are
visiting Mrs. Hoggs' btother, A. W,
Miss F.dith Thompson arrived Tues
day Irom Junction City wheie she has
Mis. A. K. Moore is serlouidy ill si
her home in this city. ' She Is Udng at.
tended by Mrs. Conkey, of Dallas,
Mts.T. I. Campbell returned this
afternoon from an extended visit with
relatives Hi Corvallis.
The family o( D. A. Hodge returned
this afternoon Irom an outing at New
port. Misses Kale and Sadie Cbslfelter left
this afternoon (or Iowa where they will
make their Inline home,
Mrs. T". J. Craig, of Portland, and
Mra. Kuiiene Cult run, of Wasco, are
visiting Mis A. A. Call ron, of Mon
mouth, While playing on the stairs at his
home the other day Ed llillinrd's little
boy fell ami broke his left arm Just be
low the ellmw,
Mrs. It, F. Wells, of San Francisco,
who has Iven visiting relatives here for
the past two 'month, started for her
home Monday aftcrmsm.
Mrs. P. M. Klrkland aud Mrs. E. J.
Iloler expect to leave lor Taeoma Sat
urday ior a visit with relatives aud
Mrs. Sarah C. Young, of Portland,
came up lust Friday lor a few days visit
with her parents Mr. aud Mrs. I.
Claggett, She relumed on Monday a'ter
This signature fs on every hot f the gcnulna
Laxative Brorno-Quinine Tbieu
Aba remedy that cures cola In on lnf
Mrs. Mctjuerry and son, D. W. Sears
went to Portlai d last Friday for a short
visit returning yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J.a J. Henderson, of
j Amity, came up for a short visit return
ing Tuesday afternoon.
Rev, E. J. Thompson returned Mon
day Irom a couple of days visit in Al
bany. Edward Hoseiidorf, formerly of this
city, is now clerking in Woodworths
drug store at Albany.
G. V. Whiteaker and family returned
Tuesday evening from an outing at
The family of J. S. Uohiuinon, ac
companied by Mies llva Taylor, is en
joying a throe weeks' outing at Soda
villo. George Kutch and Claude Fryer in
tend to leave Monday for a couple of
weeks' (ishing trip ou the N'astucca
John J. Wall, of Portland, was in the
city the latter part of last week in the
interest of the International Correspon
dence school of Scranton, Penn.
iiev. and Mrs. Hiram Hill, of Port
land came up Tuesday for a short visit
with relatives here. They returned this
L. C. flilniore, who came out from
Minnie last week with the remains of
bis father, returned to the camp last Fri
day. C. L. Mayer, of Milwaukee. Wis,, ar
rived here Monday to spend the sum
mer with Prof. L. P. Freitag, of Mon
mouth, If. M. Nash anil L. D. Baldwin, of
fluena Vista, passed through here last
Friday on their way to Win lock, Wash,
They intended to ride their bicycles all
Misses lone and Madge Merrill, of
North Yakima, Wash., started for their
home Sunday after visiting here for
several days with the family of E. Pic
Kel. K. J. Knskey, of Portland, manager of
the Western Advertising Agency, was
in the city the latter part of last week
distributing a business: directory and
travelers' guide of the Willamette valley.
J. C. Walker, of Philomath, came
down Sunday for a couple of days visit
here with relatives. He returned Tues
day accompanied by bis grandson, Dean
Walker, who will visit there for a
Ernest Welsh, of Salem, who has
been enjoying an outing with the family
of L. C. Gilmore at Minnie, returned
Tuesday afternoon. He stopped here
over night to visit friends, returning to
his home yesterday morning by stage.
II. Dee be and 7i. Babcock, of Bridge
water, South Dakota, and John Dickin
son and son, of Monroe, South Dakota,
after visiting relatives and friends bore
for some time, started for their homes
last week. They will return shortly
with their families and settle in this
Last Saturday evening three colored
peot'le entertained a good aiicd audience
on C street with a number of songs aud
dancing, which was enjoyed by all
Otto tiuthuian, of Portland, visited
friends in this city a couple of days the
lirxt of the week, returning on Wednes
day. Mrs. T. T. I.oy, who has been visiting
her sister, Mrs, W. P. Connaway, ex-
liects to leave for her home in Kansas
City, Mo., Saturday.
John Kerry, of Corvallis, fell off the
ferry boat at that place yesterday aud
was drowned. The body was Immed
iately recovered and was Bhipd to
Michigan today lor burial.
Mrs. W. A. Wanti leftuii Monday (or
Eugene w here she will join her husband.
Prof. Wann has secured a leave of ab
sence from the Normal school at Mon
mouth and will spend the time at a stu
dent iu the University ol Oregon.
Picket, the photographer, has just re
ceived a large assortment oi pnoto
jewelry. Call and see him if you want
something very nice and attractive.
What most pe iple want Is something
mild and gentle, when in need of a
physic. ChamlKThiln's Stomach and
LIverTubletslill the bill to a dot. They
are easy to take and plcasuut In ellect.
For sale by ICirklaud Drug Co,
Mrs. W, P. Connaway entertained a
number of the members of the ludepen-
ience Whist club at her home last Fri
day evening in honor of her sister, Mrs.
T. T. Loy. The evening was pleasantly
spent in whist, alter which delicious re
freshments of ice cream and cake were
served. Tlioae present were: Mr. aud
Mrs. A. J. Goodman, Mr. ami Mrs. J.
S. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Kirklaud,
Mr. aud Mrs. W. P, Connaway, Mrs. T,
T. Loy, Mrs. 0. D. Hutler, Mrs. J. A. C.
Brant, Mrs. J. E. Kirklaud, Mrs, V. K.
Wells, Miss Cora Shell, Mr. II. llirBch-
berg aud W, it. Allin.
Mr. Daniel Hunt,, Oltorville, la ,
nnya: "Jiuvu nau asinma ami a very oau
cough for years, litil could get no relief
from the doctors and medicines 1 trieil,
until 1 took Foley's Honey and lar.
It gftve Immediate relief, and done mo
more good than all the other romedha
combined." A H. Locke.
A very pleasant family reunion was
held at the home of Rev. I) M. Doty in
Monmouth, last Saturday. All the rel
atives in the valley were called together
anil the day was delightfully spent in
pleasant, recollections of the past. At
one o'clock an elaborate dinner was
served. Those present were: Itev. and
Mrs. Doty, of Monmouth; M. 1). Ellis
aud family, of Dallas ; David Caldwell
and family, of McMiuuville; E. PicKel
and family, of Independence; D, F. Mer
rill, of Bandon; Misses lone aud Madge
Merril, of Noith Yakima, Wash.
Win. Finn, of Lima, ()., obtained ex
cellent result!) from the use ef Foley's
Kidney Cure, "it relieved my back
ache and severe pain over the hips. It
toned my system and gave me new vim
and energy. It is an honest and reli
able remedy, a sure cure for all kidney
dineabes." A. H. Locke.
E. Pickel has the only machine in the
Willamette valley for making photo
A. K. IIiihh, of Morgantown, Iud.,
had to get up tun or twelve times in the
night and had severe backache and
pains in the kidneys. Was cured by
Foley's Kidnoy Cure. It's guaranteed.
A. 8. Locke.
Mrs. I. L. Smith and the Misses
Mabel Creasy, Huzel Butlcr'and Vanche
Dickinson started yesterday for
mouth's outing at Newport. They will
he joined in a day or so by the Misses
Mnggiu and Nellie Pouieroy. The party
will occupy the Cressy house while at
A Miiilsfei'a Mood Work.
"I had a severe attack of bilious
eollo. not a bottle of ChamlKrlalu'
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea lteniedy,
tmik two doses and wasenlllely cured,"
aaya Itev. A. A. Power, of Kinporhi,
Kan. "My neighbor across (ho liol
wa alek for over a week, bad two or
three bottles or medicine from Hie doc
tor. lie used them for throe or four
day wilboul reller, then called III all
ot her doctor who treated hltn fur some
days mid gave him no relief, i dis
charged hlui, I went over lo sen hltn
the ucxt morning. 11- said hi bowels
were liia leirlble tlx, that they had
leeii running oil' so long that it wa '
moat blood v Mux. 1 asked hlui If he
had tried Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea lteniedy and he said,
No 1 went home and brought hlui
my bottle and gave him mie done; told
It 1 1 it to Inkw another dose In fifteen or
tw. nty minute If he tint not tlnd re
lief, but he toi-k no more and was en
tirely cured. I think it la the U.t
medicine I have ever tried," For sale
by Klrkland Drug Co.
Miss Eiirharl ol McMinnvlll is visit
ing Mist Grace Hall.
Mr, aud Mrs, Harmon, of lridgeairt,
visited the latter' parent, Mr, K. J.
Miss Minnie Taylor, id Salem, Is vis
iting her sister Mr T. Ogles!,
J, It. Baldwin of your city visited hit
brother, D. Baldwin of tit is place one
day Inst week.
Mis Itobertsou of Portland 1 the
guest of Mis. A. J. lilcliardson.
Mr, and Mis. (iglealsie, of this place
visited the hitler' parents in Salem
Monday aud Tuesday.
L. D. Baldwin and Harvey Nash, left
bete Friday morning on their wheel for
linlph Harris, formerly ol this place
now of Da v tor was here un business
Mr. Note Pralher and family return
ed from the mountain Monday where
they have been for an outing.
Mr. aud Mrs. Woods who have been
visiting the latter' parent, Mr. Oglesliee
near Shelbiirn, returned to their homo
at this place Tuerdsy,
Miss Mary Shive ul this place 1 vis
iting her sister In Salem who is attend
ing school at that place.
William Steele and family are moving
ac ross the river to their hop yald.
Miss K ii nice .McCoruiic who Imt lieen
working for Mrs. Wilson of Wellastntlou
came home Wcdrieeday.
I t III It' III MUSS
A led IS' I of liisirnmem Piled In Pulk
Comity July S:l lu I'll, I mi I.
W (I Campbell ft ux lo Jim S Hart,
114 It acres Heiij'm Nichols d I c lp 7 T
6 w SLIM).
W P Wright to M F IVrcival, (qi el)
all iIiiiUt growing on lot .1 4 "i set: 10
Edgar V Turner to Geo F Vn k Wai re
ec III tpH r 5 w t'.' a).
l'lauk Oichaid to Emit A. I.I M III!
ciei tec .11) tp (1 r tl w 1 1 WO.
Win Ashlord to H Odsirn t"t It) screi
$100 Pen ai d X 100.
Ttir rtHli.rii of tlit. t,n...r mil Ih tl,.,i.t-,l In
ifsru mm iiii-r,. i. ai i a-i tun, niv,i i iii-i-h-i
thai nt'li'iti'i. Im. lu'ioi nhiM n no.' in all it
ISJi'., slut that I. rnlarili. Hull'. 1'touirli
CUM' l His ntlly Imnlllv lip It Hurt n In llii'
lltiitirsl ft alt run y, I 'tttui'ili lii.ltia h mm .III u-
tti li iU-fH.ii. I'.'.oilrv. h i-iii,-tlliilli.iml trritl
ne-nl. It nil', rm mi-iIi i ure i. Ink.. ii tui- rimlly
Mi'tlnS tlli'i'iHly iiint Hoi lili.u i stiU iiiiii-'iM.
.111111-". Hi tl.i- .,. I, l, lllrrHO tl'-.IOI) Ing till'
llMll llnlliMt lit lllrt tllM-rt-M, Hlill MlllMS IIM-,
lli-ltt -In iml h li I. ul Minn up ihe imi,.iiiiii
atot -.i. tins iiMtin.1 In il.iltiu tl. ..rk. Tin'
eiMirlt-t .r. Iihvi. .o imii-li limn lu II. t-nrallv
i.iH'MIM llial Mn-v lirt.T OlU' lllllliltl.l IioIIhi-.
i.r any u.i tl,Ai II (all. tucun., Smut !ui lh!
Aiblreu. K, J I'HI NKV ,1 (1l,,Toleitu, O,
holil l.y llnini;!.!-,
Hull's r 'ull,v I'lll. am I ho Ik-m,
Iiiiiiiiciiii-iiU a) Hie Mule
The slate boat. I of ugtli'iillum la mak
ing son in woudorlol Improvi-inc ut al
the state fair grounds, the old timer
will hardly lecognixu the phire when
they attend Oregon's greatest fair this
fall. The obi pavalliou Is iH'iug eularg
imI lo double it le, ami alter the bel
exhibits ever seen In the mate aie ar
ranged there w ill be ample room left for
an auditorium, a thing that ha been
needed for a long time. A brim new up
to date creamery building Is lading
erected : also where Ihe let dairy dis
play ever made in the state will curtain
ly be seen. The machinery hall is ho
Ing enlarged, new cattle stalls, sheep
liens, hog slys, and horse stable ate lin
ing built. A cony (arm cottage, bay
barn, and new sidewalks nre also on the
list of iiiiprovineiits, aud nothing wili
lie left undone to aicouiidalc the ex
hibitor and entertain the virilor at the
state fair this full,
For Whooping Cough.
"Bolh my children were takeil with
whooping cough," writes Mr. (), H.
Hulloii, of Danville, III. "A small bot
tle of Foley's Honey and 'lar cured the
cough ami saved me a doctor bill. A, H,
The saw mill, owned by iKidge Sim
mons, al Amily, was entirely destroyed
by lire last week. There were several
thousand feet of lumber in the yard,
but it was all saved, a was also the two
engines in the mill. The fire was caused
by spark falling on the naif of the mill.
Tltis is the second time Mr. Simmons'
mill has la-en destroyed by tire.
Would Have Cost
Him Ills Life.
High living, intemperance, exposure
and many oilier things bring on
liright'.s disease. F'oley's Kidney Cure
will prevent ltright's disease and all
other kidney or bladder disorders if
taken iu time, Ue sure to take F'oley's.
A. fci. Locke.
WANTED A good girl to do house
work. Mrs. . E. Paddock,
writes: "I have been u-lng Foley Kid
ney Cure aud take great pleasure lu
slating it gave me icniianenl cure of
kidney disease which certainly would
liuve (Hist me my life." Tuke ttom but
Foley's. A. S. Cocko.
A dispatch to theOregonian from Cor
vallis, says : Benton county Is practically
out of debt. A call fur warrants issued
by County Treasurer Buchanan today
cancels all warrants outstanding up to
and including those indorsed June 5.
The arrearage is only one month and 22
days. The amount of money to be ap
plied in the call is M-127.18.
To Hull a Hurt.
I'si' Banner Salve, the great healer.
It's guaranteed for cut, wounds, sorea,
piles ami all skin diseases. Use llo
substitute. A. H, Locke.
A wire-fence drummer named Mory
hail a mix-up with the Corvallis post
master the other day and got a lot the
worst of it. It seems that Morey was too
"fresh" in asking for his mail.
Their Secret U Out.
All Hadievllle, Ky , was curious to
learn the cause of the vast Improvement
in the health of Mrs. H. P. Whittaker,
who had for a long time, endured tin
told sult'erlng from a chronic bronchial
trouble. "It's all due to Dr. King'
New Discovery," writes tier husband.
"It completely cured her and also cured
our little grand-daughter of a severe at
tack of W'hoodng Cough." It positive
ly cures Coughs, ('olds, LaUrlptw,
Bronchitis, all Throat and Lung trou
bles, Guaranteed bottles 50o and 11.00.
Trial bottles free at Kirkland'a drug;
The beautiful nioumeiit recently erect
ed by the Mistleti e Circle, Women of
Woodcraft, ut the grave of the late .Mrs.
Warren Dunn will he unveiled by the
members of tha order, Sunday, August
11, at 3 o'clock p in, Observer.
Astounded the F.ilifor.
Kdi tor H. A. llrown, of Dennetts
villo, H. C, wus once immensely sur
prised. "Through long Buffering from
Dyspepsia,1' he writes, "my wife was
greutly run down. She had no strength
or vigor and suffered great distress from
ber stomach, but she tried Electric Bit
ters which helped her at once, and,
after using four bottles, she is entirely
well, can eat anything. It's a grand
tonic, and its gentle laxative qualities
are splended for torpid liver." F'or In
digestion, Loss of Appetite, Stomach
and Liver troubles it's a positive, gunr
anaufeed cure. Only 50c at Kirkland'a
The motors will make special trips
from Dallas and Airlie on Sunday, Aug-i
II, to accommodate those wishing to a t
tend the picnic at Independence on tfiat
day. The return trip will be made fn
the evening. (
To Save Her Child
From frightful disfigurement Mrs.
Nannie Gulleger, of Lu Grange, Gs,
applied Bucklin's Arnica Halve to great
sores on her head and face, and writes
Its quick cure exceeded ull her hopes.
It works wonders iu Sores, Druises,
Skiu Eruptions, Cuta, Burns, Scalds
aud Piles. 26a. Cure' guaranteed by
j Kirkland'a Drug Co,
W hat n Tale II Tells
If that mirror of yours shows, a
wretched, sallow complexion, a Jaun
diced look, moth patches ami blotchon
nu th akin, li'a liver trouble; but Dr.
King's New Life Pills regulate the
liver, purify the blood, give clear skin,
rosy cheeks, rich complexion. Only li'ie
at Kirklaud drug store.
Suicide Because uf III lleullli,
Mrs, K. T. Hatch, whose husband
wat formerally Collvi'tor of Customs at
St. Milcheal, committed suicide last
Thursday night by drowning hersell
ill a wet) at the home of her father,
John P. Eiuiiietl, near McCoy. The
cororne's Jury returned a verdict ol sui
cide induced by teutpoary insanity on
account of ill-health.
Mr, and Mrs. Hitch were visiting her
father, John P. Einiuelt, nearly two
mile from McCoy, About 6 o clock
Friday morning Hatch awoke and found
that his wife was not in the sleeping
apaitmeut, aud lie arose ami dressed to
earch for ber. Ou finding no trace of
her whereabouts, be notified her mother
ami father, and they joined him in his
search. They found Iter footprints on a
path leading down to the road ami
about a hundred yards distant that she
had climbed a rear fence and gone a
shoit distance along the road leading to
the oMiard. It was also discovered
that she had entered ami had gone to a
well, but there the trail ended. The
well contained li! feet of water, and
came within tltree leet of the top, and
after grabbling iu the , water for some
time the searchers found Mrs, Hatch's
body, The funeral took place Sunday
from the family home
A. II. Davis, Mt. Sterling, la., writes:
"I was troubled w ith kidney complaint
for alsiiit two years, hut two one tlolliir
bottles of Foley's Kidney Cute ellVcted
S permanent cure.'' A. S. Locke,
Weekly Crop Bulletin.
Portland, Ore., Mouday, July 20 '01.
(IKSKHAI. SI MMAIiY,
The punt week has been rainlosa
and Bcttsonalile in the mutter uf
warmth nml uuiiHliino. , All crops
litivo niiulo rapid advancement, but
rain i now needed to revive past
urea and for lato crops, such as
corn, gardens and potatoes.
Hay baling is in active progress
ami a good crop of hay lias been
secured. Tito sectm 1 crop of ulfulfa
is growing nicely and will soon be
ready to cut. Pastures urn failing
and range Btock is beginning to
loso flesh, drain is ripening rapid
ly and its harvest is well undtr
way, The wheat crop pronisiscs
good yields in nil sections and the
quality is above the average. . In
Umatilla county tlio damage by the
lato frost is not us great as previous
ly reported, and it is now expected
that an average crop will be secur
ed in that section, Hurley is re
ported to ho of excellent quality.
Corn and potatoes are being ser
iously injured by dry weather, and
Unless rain conies soon their yields
will bo materially reduced. Hops
continue doing nicely, although
tnliny correspondents report lice in
tlio yards and much spraying is
biing done. Sugar boots in Union
cointy and onions in Washington
cojnty tiro making splended ad-
vuiiccment. Italian or Follenberg
pijtnes promiso to nniko a fair crop
klrly applos and poaches are ripe.
(The motor will make special trips on
turday, August 3d, from Independence
anU Airlie, leaving iu time to connect
wilp the morning train at Dallas at 0:10 a
mThe return trip, will he made on
Si'lrhiy evening. This Is to enable
pccftle at these points to take in the big
W(i(iljjieu excursion to Portland on
tlmynay. Hound trip from Dallas SI. 75
of Woodmen and 1(2 for outsiders.
Motor fare extra.
Titere has been a good deal said of
lato about now names in fiction and of
the struggle of the utielect. The load-
ling complete novel in the "New" Lip
lincott Magazine for August is by a
,'oame scarcely ever heard before in the
'Add of letters, and yet, we venture to
Lay, "The Lifting of a finger," by Inn
Hrevoort Huberts, will meet with in
Jtant approval as a love-story of I'ke in
terest with those, say, of "The DuohesB"
3!) the Wet
Now U the lime to repair your.
! - BIDDERS A(D pWEflS.
We carry in stock extra .section. for the following
I machines: , v
Th fet4t WMtnrprvitf nwrNarnta im lh
t..rl.l M..1. ti'Mi, it, I,.., ,.t. i .,,.)
wnrrKHIril WNl-r,ril. fct..lv lu tftJ
ll, IM.I.Il.1 Wt.rll .ll'l KU.lllr-r
l.etk ltr trail- nutrk. If r.firitlir
a.,". IM't It.. Iti.lH, writ.- I.. ,.tl-eim u
I. I. SHUhk ttl fietlit Ce., It!.., ftjn r.Btlt.,
' II. M. I II " V ..l Mr,..
( lltlipllll l lllllf.
The leitiiK'rnnce oigaiib.stions of I, inn
county mil hold a eaiiipmeetiiig at
Notlaville, Aligns! 31 to SHh, Honiu of
best talent of Ihu state Mill be presunt
to addti os these ine-cllng. All Interest,
Ing pi' tiLim has Iti-en arranged for each
day, (hi Sunday afternoon then ib
held a giainl tt inperanie rally, ,
The hint ltYoday-Hlh and tllh-vijll he
devoted to the eleventh a no on I couyin
lion of tint Wotiien'H Chtiilian Tempi-i-tince
t'nion of liiiiu county.
I'Mitur II nag, the new editor f
the t 'rilorion went nut to l,i banon
lust evening nml will iiNSiiitiecluirgi'
of tlio paper next Week. Albany
Drjlnj,' preparutioiia simply duvet
op dry entail hi thoydiy tip tha anursttoii,
Which sillier) tu thn uu in I i un., and dncoiu.
pimtj, raniNjiig a far morn wrioua ti otihle I Imn
the ordiii.tr form of catarrh. Avoidailtlry.
ing iithidioits, fumes, smokes and stiiilm
and Utto tli.it wiiii-h eli mmi-s, soollirit am)
liiids. Ply's (,'reatu Puinl is atteti a remedy
and will curt) fittarrii or cold iu tins laud
easily and iiloimiilly, A trial io will ha
lliaili d for III cBltls. All llruggbts Bell
5Ue. Ily lirntliera, fit! War ret) St., K V.
'l ite llit'iii oun-n without pain, doe n.t
Irrilalt) or rniiau iturw.tiig. It hpo-ads itm-If
over an irritated sod ancry surfaeo, rvlinr.
Ing lioiiit-dnitt'ly tltn p oiilul iiillaiiiuinlii.il.
With l.ly' I'rnito llidni yourtro armed
against Hnnl Catarrh and Hay Paver.
SOUTH land I -AST
SOUTIIliRN PACING CO
Shasta Koute. i
"1 x.l for Leering Mowers.
:!; s:t. for Dieimg Mowers,
.'Ix .'li fur D'l tliig Mowem,
.'tii't; for Dcerlng Mow rs
Ha-blii!!) for OwlMtrnw Mowers.
Ilk.'! II. P. for 'l-laitlie .Mowers. '
.'ll'l L. J'. for Oiliorue Mower.
.'IX.'U for Piano Moweis.
Ha?. ;M! for McCormleli Mower.
;i::U. for Hlumbrd Mowers,
:)X-'J H PI for 'flyer Mower-.
Ilx.'f, for Woods Mowers,
V'i ciirrv n full lint!
liinders ntul Mowers.
1ix2 5-1(1 for Dcerlng Binder.
3x2 3-18 for Piano Hinder.
3xi! for Osbnrii Hinders. ,
.1x2 H-IH for Wood Hinder,
ilx'ii for Mi't.'ormlck Hinder.
of extras for the McCormick
F. E. CHAMBERS,
Triiin U wh In-l- h m o Un i'orl!iu.l nt.il
V,HS tMll"li HI .li ), 111,
U-t' fur t Hi ttliU m It.iUH, iu.
h-Mrrwfnt'iihi ,, . .,
HrtU ' rctui lntl. . ,
ktifixus i'ny ,,,
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l-'nrl V r!U.
i ily Momco.
Nim- trlfrtU, , , .
WrtihutittMi , ...
U . lit ,
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i' (. III.
i I'M p. HI.
tl; i- p. m
i' '' a. hi,
Vt.0 M. hi
, V M tl, Itl,
, V -' a. in.
'i M 14 III.
;':t. . m,
t',") K Ul.
li: f- A. m.
11 n. m,
r.-'tt it. in.
li : Ut t. ut,
il l.: a, m.
s ; a. m
Mil. p. !
ty, Hi a. tn
1 1 :Mi ft, itl
7 : h i. in
6: :n p. in
i.' a. Ml
ir Mrs. Alexander, and besides, Miss
Roberts has the merit oi dealing with
AiWioan society instead oi English.
I'll 1 1 uii.it ami loiiri-t rant tiu h.itlt train,
t'l air i-iiiv hit,-tmi-tilii in iif.l.-u bii.I 1:1 fm
anil tourist ear In t'lili-tiuo, St. lililii, Nnw
Orlesun inl WonlUiiiiliiii.
t'ottniTi Ij.ij si San Kraiit-i.i'o vlllt ..'t-.ri
Nli-tttl-.ltli 1 1 lit-4 fur ll.ill.ttulll, Jttlmll, cniiia
I'lillicl'tit.-n, e'etitfrt! Kiel K.mili Smi-re-ti,
H.e Ms. (I. A. Wu.n.j. al iiiil.'i-iiili iii-e ta
I". H. M MtKIIAM,
lli-nt-rsl Pas.t iiKi.r Att.-tit I'otllHinl, lr.
H. M. LINES
Kor Wail I'apr, Window Hlindc.-t,
I'icttiro K raiues, ere.
I''iitnititi'i! of nil kiinl.-i repaired.
O Hi co willi the Ti'U'iilionc loinpany
Dan P. Stouffer.
Main 81 runt Dallas, Oregon
Davidson & Hedges, Props.
Cigars, Clgarttte, Tobacco
First Class Soda Fountain In connection.
si mo II LINK
TIM 15 1" A l i h 15
Ciiri'm'hHt to (Into,
Lett v oh lii(lt't('ii(l;
tmcn tor Mitntiimillij
nml Ah lht.
1-:M m. m. i
:i,:i0 i. m. I
iiiu fur Mottiuttutli:
uutl litliiM, !
1 !; u. in.
7:1.1 p. iu.
7 rtim in.
!l:5t) . m.
11 :,() u. m.
l.iMivi'i Attiiw tor
j M n ii m o it t H H li (I
! IK'll a. in.
3 m . in.
I.uvr DiUtaM for
. Moitniiitilh nul 1 ti-
I 1:0!) p. in.
j 8:.lO "
I ItDVIH IMoilillOlltll
lor lnilrH ntli'Di-e.
M:-I5 a, m.
I:.'H. p. in.
J: l. p, in.
0,01 p. m.
4ihii for Moiimoiilli
9:0.1 p. in.
J. W. KIRKLAND,
Keeps constantly on hand a Hue
Also the famous Hop Gold Beer.
S. E. OWEN, manager
Thurston Lumber Company,
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
Ihy Stock always on Hand, also Cedar Shingles.
NO I'M: - Wn h iv flrm-clm dry kiln wbloli enahlt u to give you thor
.Hljfhljr ili IiimiUt.
Cliangifitblo wcatlu't' ludwcen two seasons encour
ages your chronic troublcu ami inflicts upon you
liHic.h petty sick ln'KP. J.clter ward it off. 10 cents
might prtmiit it when $10 wouldn't cure it.
Come to un to have your prescriptions filled, and
for everything kept in a well regulated drug store.
STATIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS
AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES
KIRKLAND DRUG CO.
(Montgomery & IWilligaii,
J FALLS CITY, OREGON.
J MANUFACTURERS OF
J The capiicit v of our mill antl dry kilns enables n to promptly
fill all orders for lumber. Give ns a call.
4 '.'.'.'.'. "v.'.'.V Vi
A flan Slips Up
On it every time that he takes hla Uan
dry work outnlde of the 8lem Btcam
Lhunury to be dune up. He find "tbl
tired feellnn" stealing over blm when be
iittteg the difference in tbe exquisite color
mid beautiful finish, saying nothing of the
guild condition iu which your linen are
returned by the
Salem Steam Laundry.
COL. J. OLMSTED, Prop.
D0R0U8 D. OLMSTED, Mgr
Phone 411 230 Liberty t
Canvas Telescopes, Plain and
leather hound, Z2
Trunks, all kinds and sizes,
Waste Baskets al 3
Jinko Baskets, 3
Carpet Beaters and Tacks, 3
Tack Hammers and
Tack Pullers, 2
Sink Cleaners and 35
Scrubbing Brushes. 3
THE RAKET STOR
We fit Glasses to lots of Eyes.
ur ; v fiAfl v3 :-: ;
We can fit yours if you need them.
O. A. KRAMER 6c CO.
Optician and Jeweler.
WANTKD-TUUSTWORTIIY MEN ANDWO
mi'u 10 t.t'nvt'1 ti'iil iKtvt'rtls. fttr old eslnb
lih.(l Ikhiho ot -ttll.i !lit!tn(Mt! sltindlni;. Stil
ary $7!-U h yttir ntul expfiist-H, nil pnytible lu
uttsh.- Nt. ctinviisKitttf ivtiuiivti. Give reft1!
LMit p ami oncttiNi. st'lf-iiitdriHwi'd Hintiipeil en
veliipe. Aildross Mtumifiir, 336 C'tixlou Mdg,,
West Bide mid Paclflo Homestead,
one yet,r, $2,
WANTKD.-Capable, reliable person In
every county to represeet large company of
solid flmuu'lai reputation; fftw salary per year,
payable weclily; U per day abnolutely sure
and all expenses; Htratght, Ixma-dde, definite
mil tit y, no oominitwlon; .alary paid each,
Saturday and expense money advanced each
weuk. STANDARD HOUSE, m Dearborn
Side, on yar, 13.8.
a ftod, tb Wss