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THE POLK COUNTY ITEMIZER.
M O YM O I T il
IT E M S .
fFROM ova SPECIAL ( OR RESPONDENT. |
D U .L A S , S A TU R D AY. A P R I L t i . 1HS3.
ALENT8H O B
Bolls t o n ...............
InilcpitnU nee. . . . . . .
Buena Y iita ...........
IT E Ì1 S
T i l t I T n i l Z KU.
..A. N. Martin.
J. W Mcdrew.
L'ev. \V. i). Nichols.
.1 ¡torne Hilt.
. 1 ). M . ( 'albiTttth.
O. H. frulli'.
I t i t i i : i '.
Quiet rains supremo.
Kinerukl hues prevail.
Dallas “ boom,'* the LaCreule.
lla/.let, the “ P iljfriin " on deck
School books anil stationary at J. D.
Hummer swallows have made their
The horse show last Saturday was a
Trusses and shoulder braces at J. It.
D. T. Share made a visit to M cM inn
ville during the week.
Dont tell that wo advertised for the
Kentucky Jubilee Swindlers.
Allen & Osborn, of Independence, are
selliug furniture at l ’ ortluud prices.
Allen & Osborn are prepared to do all
kinds of upholstering, either new or repair
Wanted, two dozen good laying liens.
Apply at the I tkmizkr otlice.
For the boat Htting dental plates go to
For dentistry, go to Mason, over But
ler's grocery store.
I f you want a fine bone buggy whip or
a fine robe, call and see F. A. Stiles.
Something fine for your table. Dried
blackberries at 25 per lbs. at .1. D. L ee’s
A fine stuck of nicklo harness both
single and double, cheap for cash at F. A.
I f you want abetter team harness than
you can get any place in the State Frank
Stiles can sell it to you.
W e are sorry to report that Mr. Droves,
of this place, who has been sick for some
time ¡ b not improving, but is rather worse.
A nico stock of caskets, coffins, and
coffin trimmings at Janies Campbell’s old
stand on M ill street in Dallas.
Mrs. L. M. Hall accompanied by her
daughter, Clara, has gone to Oregon City
to visit her mother.
Jolinie Whitley, one of our Dallas boys
left on last Monday, for Tacoma, where
he intends making his future home.
Dr. Sites and family have moved to
Frinnville whero he intends engaging in
•the practice of his profession.
M r. Janies Campbell has just received
a fine stock of new furniture. It will do
you good to take a look at his nice goods.
Tho Dallas Hotel has changed hands
this week. Mr. Klkins going out, and
Mr. J. M. Cain, of 1’ ortland taking
charge. W e wish M r. C. the largest suc
Messrs Holman & Co., of this place,
got out a corner stone from their quarry
this week, for tho new Odd Fellows
Orphan Home at Portland. The stone
weighs 1,05(1 pounds, and is said to bo a
very fine rock for the purpose. This
quarry is attracting considerable atten
It. Delashmutt lias this week sold the
following property, 61*4 acres of laud
Smith of Sheridan, to Judge Truitt, and
a tract of laud on the Pedee to Ira Davis.
Parties wishing to sell their farms would
do well to put them in Dclashmutt’s bands
for sale. He can find buyers when others
fail, llis office will bo at tho Dallas
Tho La Croolo Academy commenced
the lest term of the School year tliia week
under the control of the following effi
cient board of teachers: Prof. S. A.
I ’ andell, Principal; Miss Ora Palmer,
Preparatory, Miss Jennie Brown, P ri
mary. Miss Jennie Rowell has charge
of the musical department. The term
opens w ith good prospects.
Mrs. Squire Fercival is spending
this week in Portland.
Miss Ann Mulky, who has been
stopping with Prof. Stuuley’s during
the past winter has gone to Perry-
M EAL ESTATE T I A U A C I M I M
lit U M I I I K I t S .
Abel Uglow and wife, to It. D. Willson
1Dedicated to the memory of J. P. Simpson,
and Thus Holman, Dallas mill property
deceased, by his brother Hugh.]
Ulnm a cold and dreary hill.
Robt. H. Elliott and wife, to M M. Ellis
In dreamless sleep my brother lie*.
part of D. L. claim of B. F. Nichols and
His gentle voice is hushed and still,
A id ! closed in death his dark brown eyes.
wife, Con. $35U0.
Uh (¡oil! 1 know we yet shall meet
A. J. Richardson to City of
And i*it besi le life’s purling stream;
town property in B. V. Con. $1500.
But now he slumbers softly, sweet,
A. W olf and wife, to City of Salem Co.,
And vanished is my happy dream.
town property in Independence Con.
How sad it seems for us to part,
meet upon this earth no more.
I wend my way with heavy heart,
J. L. Hyde to B. M Smith town prop
So different from the days of yore. •
erty in Dallas Cou. $4000.
Although for thee I grieve and weep,
B. M. Smith to J. L. Hyde 293 acres of
For thou hast crossed life’s mimic sea,
land in t 8 s r 5 west also lots 12 3 and
Oh dearest brother gently sleep:
4 t 8 s r 5 w Con. $4000.
’Tis sweet to know there’s rest for thee
T J Pow. r to 11« ury Howe part of D. L.
With broken heart I stand alone,
claim of J II. Lewis and wife, t 7 and 8
And list to nature’s plaintive strain,
s r 5 w cou 78.45. acre Consideration $2500.
And in each sail and mournful toue
I seem to hear his voice again.
J. N. Davidson and wife, to A. J. Itieh-
Though I be soared ’till old and gray,
urdsou town property in Benna Vista Cou.
My brother 1 will not forget.
$ 1000 .
Supreme my Jove shall reign alway,
Until life’s ruling sun shall stt.
Solomon R. Brown to A. J. Richardson
— A lice M. L ewis .
towu property iu B. V. Cou. $1000.
W .M . Davidson and wife, to A .J .
It ll’ O ttllN T TO TK.UUCKM,
Richardson town property in B. V. Cou.
Mr. Sam Gerkiug started on Mon-
day morning, accompanied by his
daughter and Frauk Watkins, for
J. J. Bristow met with a mishap
in his mnehiue shop the other day
by a piece of lumber flying buck
from the saw and striking his baud
cansiug nn ugly wound which will
pike somo time to heal.
Mr. A B. Griggs, has purchased
a lot in tho Waterhouse block, and
is preparing to build a house for a
meat market. It looks lively to see
now lumber being scattered around
town for building purposes.
$ 2 * 0 .
Property is changing hands some.
Following is a list of the teachers of I J. B. Stump and wife to A. J. Richard
Mr. Bristow of the wr gon mill has Polk county, attending the recent insti son towu property in B. V. Con. $1000.
bought a liouso ami lot north of the tute at Independence:
W. 11. Hamilton and wife to Joseph
Buena Vista, 1). W. Jarvis; H. F. Craven, lots 3 and 1 in fractional block 4
church, on main St. of Prof. Stanley
and will repair the same for a resi Skinner, Miss L illie R. Richardson, in E. A. Thorps south additou to E. A.
Thorps old towu of Independence Conj
dence. P rof Yates 1ms also bought
Independence, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. $400.
the property of H. Burford in the Sweet, Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Hartson.
J. E. Cooper to E. W. Cooper town
Murphy addition for a residence.
Monmouth, D. T . Stanley, W. E. property iu Independence Cou. $400.
That’s right gentlemen fix them up, J Yates. J. M. Powell, Miss Ora. Baker,
M A Dice to M .P . Locke, town property
mr.ke them lo o k neat and somebody j Miss Alice Tatom, Miss Maggie Butler, in Independence Cou. $1100.
else will w a n t to reside near you.
j Miss May Hawley, Miss J. L. Sheppard,
E. A. Thorp to A. Wilson parts of D. 1«.
Quite a number o f our young peo-
» /V f A
1 I... | n n t t. t ■ ■
p!o H W went
day to witness tho first of a series of
games of baseball between Corvailis
and Monmouth. Tho score stood
7 to 23 iu favor of Monmouth. It
commenced raining soon after the
game was through; and consequent
ly most of tho folks stayed over
night. A bull was given iu tho
evening for the Monmouth boys,
and a very pleasant time was report-
ed. And, for our girls and the h o y s
who were with them, as given a
social party at Mrs. Dr. L ee’s resi
dence. Although a ball could not
be given when the Corvallis club,
como to Monmouth, the boys prom
ised to return the compliment by
taking tho Corvallis boys to Sunday
school and church.
K O L A IT E M S .
[FROM OCR SPECIAL COBRKSI’OKDEJiT.]
Is still at his old stand in the
Jennie Richardson, Miss Lulu Burnett,
Sarah M. Harrington to * Daly and
Butler, the undivided one half of the
donation claim 1CGG t 7 s R 6 w Con.
Johnson heirs to B. II. Newbill, decree
of court. Part of donation claim of Wm.
T. Syron containing 1G2,50 acres.
United States to Walter M. Walker
pattent for donation claim containing,
United States to F. Mnlfit, patent for
donation claim containing 340 acres.
E. A. Ware and wife to II. McLead.
Part of land claim of Elias Rollins con
taining 340 acres.
E. A. Ware and wife' to H. McLeod.
Part of land claim of Elias Robbins con
taining 30 acres. Con. $2100,00.
M. M. Porterfield to A. J. Richardson
town property in the town of Buena Vista
E. C. fla il and wife to A. J. Richardson
town property in Buena Vista Cou $200,-
W. H. Hawley.
Dallas— Mrs. H. M. Perkins, W . T.
Rubell, Mrs. R. Humphrey, Rev- J. B.
Perkins, S. A. Randle, J. W. Buster,
Miss Nellie Collins, Eugene Huyter.—
A ll teachers whose certificate bear date
prior to March 27, 1883, and whose names
are not found in the above list will be
granted one week in which to file reasons
for non-attendance. I f reasons satisfac
tory to the County Superintendent are 00.
not filed within that time, the certificates
State of Oregon to J. C. and J. E.
will be revoked, in accordinance with Frink. Tract of laud in t 9 south of range
Rule 30, Oregon School Laws.
G west and containing 410 acres $512,00.
Warm and pleasant to-day, with fair
prospects of rain soon.
Grain looks well considering the weath
F r a n k R ig l k k .
er being so cool. |
Farmers mostly done seeding and sum
mer-fallowing is the order of the day,
which is being plowed quite rapidly.
Any one wishing to procure pure blood
Mr. S. D. Gibson has begun his new Plymouth Rock chickens for breeding
dwelling house which will be tinely purposes would do well to correspond
finished and a credit to the community. with Mr. J. M. Garrison, Forest Grove,
Oregon. Mr. Garrison has taken great
Someone turned loose a horse, and un- pains to secure the purest stock of this
cinched several saddles, tied at Rosa famous breed of chickens. Every farm
Lodge halt, several nights since. We are in the State ought to bo stocked with some
informed it was done by members of the good breed of chickens, and we are fully
lodge, if so, there is chance for improve pursuaded that the Plymouth Hocks are
ment yet, even among good templars, so the very best. The following are his
prices: Males, each, $3; females, each,
call around Sam.
How about your Zena correspondent, $2.50; pairs, §5; Trios $0; eggs per. doz.
we began to feel exceedingly uneasy about $2 50; two dozeu, $4; three dozen, $0.
him; but we hear he lias again recovered Send orders.
fromhisVong stupor and tackled the same
P o lk C o u n ty l.o d ac.
old quill. Why is it brother that you
T. w ill% ie e t a t Oak Grove
have such a hatred for hounds taking
particular pains to color your notices j May 9th, at ten o’clock 1883. The con
of their killing, as a benefit to the com stitution provides that any member of
munity. Surely you are not afraid of j subordinate lodge, in good standing is
them, they are harmless to anything but ! eligible to elections as a deligate— That
delegates must present regular creden
tials— Each lodge shall bo entitled to a
V. W. Pearce lost a valuable bound a delegate for every ten members, and that
a short time ago by having it poisoned j the delegates must represent the lodge
while out hunting eyotus. As it is being by which they are elected.
quite a comon thing for men to place out j
J. K . P. C a v i t t .
poison and almost invariably killing the
County Chief Templar.
wrong clog, we would suggest that our
next legislature pass laws regulating it.
T r a v e le r 's K e s l.
Vine informs us that lie has not received
anything for the killing of the dog as yet.
^ h e r here
the same place
We would suggest to the man who put !
» ’?, Ilavc been for the last fifteen
out the poison (whose name we refain from y eri1'8- ^ome twelve or fifteen hotel-
giving) that he partly make gnod the loss ' keepers have made their pile m Dallas,
of the dog at any rate, as it is no child« '»'»> retired. But we have fed people so
play to rear and train a hound as was (lie |
**>d charged so little we have not
g< t money enough yet to retire on. So
one in question.
we are yet here at the old stand, at the
Z ip .
bridgo m North Dallas. Give us a call.
o a k
(¡m m : it e m s .
H. H aoood .
l i : i t i : k
i - n
p o i i t i . a m
S T O C K ^ o f the
most A T T R A C T IV E
Goods and Novelties,
W h o is selling goods at
Miss A llie Mellen, Miss Rachel Lough rev
Mias Belle Elbert M isa Viola Colbert, cl aims of E. A. Thorp and J. P . Cook.
Miss Ketta Rash, Mrs. M. B. Stanley,
Mrs. M. B. Lake, Miss M. E. Harris,
Miss Ada \N aller, Miss Stella Rowland,
Miss Rosa Loughrey, Miss Lassie Stump,
John Caldwell, \\L L. Bristow, J. A.
Whitcomb. E. H. Richardson.
Salem, Miss Mary Starr, Walter Ruble.
Souver Station— J. D. Wood.
Lewisville— T. T. Vincent.
Elk Horn— E. H. Stone.
Dixie— H. W. Herron.
McCoy W. E.
“W H IT E BRICK /’
This space is reserved for
C O N S IS T IN G O F
Ottoman and Brocaded Silks and Ribbons, Servian
Suitings,English Checked Worsted Satin Damasse.
Arinures, Moires and Ottaman Cashiners,
In order to make room for his
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY COODS.
F u ll L in o
MEN AND BOYS CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, OF
Hardware, Grocries, Crockery.
SEE AD. N E X T W E E K .
I will continue my regular importations o:
SALLER LEWIN CO’S PHILADEL
CIANT SEAM BOOTS.
AND M Y OW N BRAND OF
E ditor J tkm izer :— I u my last letter I
mentioned the fact that there was some
probability that the city council would re
peal the high license ordinance. This
however they did not do; but they amend
ed tho ordinance, reducing tho license
from $800 to $500 per annum, and reen
acting the $5000 bond. Tho proprietors
of the low dives are in trouble over over
it, for many of them cannot procure the
bond. Up to the present time about ten
saloons have taken out a license, more
will, before the time of limitation expires;
but mauy find great difficulty in procur
ing tho requisite bondsmen. I f rhe law
is rigidly enforced, it wlil close some of
the worst saloons iu the city. All saloons
are bad enough, but there are some here
that are perfect dens of infamy and crime,
and if this ordinance does not close them,
red handed justice^will meet out to them
sooner or later their just deserts. The
police force will do much to wipe out
the odium that has been heaped upon
it of late by “ The News,” in a m .unr
promptly all violators of the law.
BASKET FIRED NATURAL LEAF
O I j O V J
(PATENTED JUNE MTU, ISM .)
PR IC E S BEDROCK.
• a im
A A .
H. W. L Y O N S ,
C. P. S U L L IV A N .
Portland is a badly sewered city; that
is, it is but partially sewered. As fur as the
city hits been sewered the system works
well; but more sewers are needed and
stringent regulations made requiring all
persons living on a street having a sewer
iu it, to connect with tho sewer. So far
this year the city has not authorized the
sewering of any street. Other street im
provements aiyj being made; but this, the
most needed is neglected.
A 1 B L 1 B 1 IT E M S .
The sanitary regulations of a city are
of great moment. Tho city is being
[FROM OCR SPECIAL CORKKSrOXDKNT.l
D A L L A S , P O L K C D ., O G N .
built up with great rapidity. New houses
Tho school at ¿ rlie opened on M on
are springing up on every hand. People
day, w it* eleven scholars under the guid
are crowding into the city. Tho hotels
ance o f Mr. Wolverton.
are all full, and boarding houses also,
W e wish our successor unbounded suc-
D ir e c t I r o n » .L ilia n ,
houses to rent” are few and taken at
I take pleasure in announcing to the public that m y
The beaming countenace of the pay
, The enterprising house of J. D. Lee, once. Under this state of affairs, unless
master of the N. G. D. illuminated our j Sabbath schuol Sunday morning 10 received this week a large shipment of
some effort is made to give tho city mor«
burg Tuesday evening.
I pure Japan Tea irom Yokaliama. It is sewerage, It will in a few years be very
T. D. Williams will move to town the j Spoopendykc came in Tuesday with ; put up in “ Perfection Canisters” and is unhealthy. The whole ground is being
i of the celebrated Reliance brand. Mr. saturated with foul matter, w’hich will
first of May, having purchased the Dalton seven geese.
! Lee has obtained the sole agency for it.
Dr. J. W. Watts will lecturo here on j It is sun-dried and postively free from generate noxious gases and bring pesti-
lenso and death.
Several of the boys went to Indepen Temperence Saturday evening May 5th.
! the poisonous coloring matter found in
now open and ready for inspection.
dence Saturday evening to see the Jubilee
The good templars County Lodge will other teas. Everybody Bhould use it.
The Portland schools lost one of their
be held at this place May 8th.
best supporters iu the death of Mr. Chas-
W e judge biz. is pretty good at our sis
T h e ItCHaltft.
Mr. VV. L. Bristow’s singing claw at
Ilodge chairman of the directors. Mr.
ter city, Lewsville, as Messrs Smith & this place closed last Sunday evening.
A ll persons feeling dull and depressed, Hodge was one of Portland’s best citizens
Smith arc at the depot every day for
public spirited and just in his dealings
April showers bring May floweis. F< r
STO R E, you w ill find
torpid, and the bowels inactive, who are with his fellow men, his death east a
our part wo would rather not have so
wondering how to find relief, should pur shadow of sadness over the entire com
It is sincerely hoped the weather clerk
and the L A R G E S T A S -
chase a 50 cent or $1 bottle of Syrup of munity. Death makes no distinctions,
w ill favor us with better weather as our
Farming is at a stand-still on account Figs, read the circular arouud the bottle, the highest and the humblest fall alike to
wood pile is getting low.
Parties wishing to liny or Sell should call and sec ns.
of the weather; and owl shooting is the follow the directions, take a few doses the (inevitable summons. Those who
F if t y -T h b k e .
of this pleasant remedy and be restored have been usoful and honorablo are sad
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Miss Emma Riggs who has been at to health and happiness. It may be had ly missed when they are called away from
home some two weeks returned to Port of JupR. Miller, at his drug store, Dallas. the theatre of life, while those who are
Etta McDowell had the mumps.
land Monday to pursue her studies.
A V exed lic r ji j m an
resting place, “ unwept, uuhonored and
Dan snas he is a school director.
Quite a large turnout last Sunday to
Even tho patience of Job would become unsung.”
Ed. burnt his overcoat! What for, Ed 1 the meeting which had been called for the
exhausted were he a preacher and try
the W e s t Side
the W illam ette, outside
G. W. will soon have bis
w bout • purpose of organizing a Sunday School, ing to interest his audience, while they
Much talk has been indulged in at vari
completed. A new bouse and a new which resulted in the election of the fol ( were keepiug up an incessant coughing, ous times about establishing a reform
lowing officers and teachers: Superin making it impossible for him to be heard. school here. It has always ended as it
I.Y Q N S & S U L L IV A N ,
Rosa is not forgotten and her name now dent, Ashley W hite; Assistant Supt- Yet how very easy can all this be avoided b gan, in talk. Some decisive a move
Mrs. J. W. Lewis; Secretary John Rich, ' by simply using Dr. K ing’ s New Discov should be made in the matter. Hoodlum-
once more appears in print.
Mr. Lee is going to raise a potato patch ards; Chorister, «1. W. Lewis. Teachers ery for consumption, coughs and colds,
to classs No. 1, J. C. Allen; No. 2, J. \5. l Trial bottles given away at Jap. R. Mil- aronnd at night, visiting low places of
by the roadside, near the school yard.
amusement, or congregate on street cor
Lewis; No. 3, Seth Riggs; No. 4, J. D* ler\s drug store.
Sunday— no church, uofight! Toomuchc
e »? e b y o i v e n t o a l l w h o m i
ners where they learn all the meanness
every respect and in the hands o f a
Allen; No. 5, Miss Stella Rowland; No.
In tne Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the N may concern, that I have been apj>ointed Execu
rain yet, which is hard on the drouth and
that is abroad in-tho land: they are fast
l l u e k l e u ’ M A i 'i i l n i K n lV f.
County of Polk.
G, Mrs. A. White; No. 7, Mrs. A. 3. A l
tor of the last will and teHtanient of Mary Holman,
the man that was espacting it.
I>c-ua*e.I, Utc of Polk county, Oregon. All person*
R am bler .
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
havimr claim* against Maid estate are re<|uired to pre
Mr D M G , who was mistaken for a
i Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever many of them hare already been up be
To R. L. Scott, above named defendant.
sent them to me,duly verified within «ix m oisis from
fore tlie police judge for petty offences.
M i. Read,‘ at the Dalles, does not know
this date, and all |»erHon* indebted to said eiffïte wdl
Z E N A IT E M S .
I N T H E NAVU-: OF TH E STATE OF OREQON
who was slandered most if any.
i Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi- Many of them too, so young that it would A You are hereby lummonefl ami re«iulre«l to be ami please make immediate payment.
Hated March l.Mli 188*.
We did not write last week of the death
; tively cures Piles. It is guaranteed to seem as if sweet infancy could have har^J- appear and answer tho complaint tiled ayaiiiMt you in
[FROM OCR SPECIAL CORRESrONDKXT.l
marl 7 4w
you w ill find a
of Mr. Coon because we thought some one
I give perfect satisfaction or money rc- iy passed away. It is not safe to leave tne above entitled action within nix week» from the
service of this mmm m« upon you to-wit: on or be
funded. Price, 25 cents per box. For any thing out that can be carried away. fore the flr«t day of the May term of xaid court, Mon
who is better posted would write. ' ' by
It would not be just however to lay ull day. May 14th, 18>A *ai«l time ami term being the
Sun-shine and shadow.
sale by Jasper R. Miller.
has it not yet been announced.
tho petty thieving that is carried on here
•ne following the expiration of publication for thin
a v in g b e e n a p p o in t e d b y t h e c o u n t y
More of the latter with a little rain
Nellie Hubbard and two daughters are
to the hoodlums, for the chinamen (and
Court <>f Polk County, Oregon, Administrator of
» S f i t t i NOTICE.
in this part of the world again visiting. thrown in.
tiie estate of Ja*. S. H dm m, late of sai«l County, de
| we have Iota of them) have an aptness to
They were lund because some one did not
ceased, I hereby notify all |>crs.tns holding claim*
Rev. \V. I). Nichols will preach here I Taken up by fhe undersigned, living 1 «et away with things not their own. No
against said estate t • present the same to me duly
send a notice of the faet sooner, to m e to-morrow at 11 a. m., all invited.
j Oak L
Grove, - one
horse colt, two years city in this country is more in need of - -d 8 |>er cent, in r ¡tnnuni, and forth « coat* and di* verified within six month* from this «late, and all
person* indebted thereto will please make immediate
Jas. R. Shupback's sister and family ol,*cofo'r right roan. Tho colt came t o •> f r
school, r where
whose oar- huriKMiicnt* of tlm action. TRUITT A JOIINM.
|M9 1 " n i
H. HOLM AM,
We have heard that O. W/J » * * J ? " “
A ttys, for I’lff.
arrired here on Monday last from Texas. IflV place last October, and is veiy breachy. ‘
have no control over them, could be
bated March 16, IMS
You w ill also find
is to he a s n u g little building IS b y 24 ft « t,
Thi.<» summon* ordered published by Hon. R. i’.
Dr Worthington and 0 L. K elly o f
‘Appraised April 13th, 1883. at $20, by placed, and thereby be kept from evi-
Demnsev Justice of the Peace.
associations and be trained to some ose-
to be built on the land lately « • * • - •
; foi employment. It is a shame and a countv, Oregon, March 22, 1H8I1.
homestead. What the value ° ( all .s not McCoy, made ns a pleasant call in the J . A . D e m p s e y , J u s tic e o l^ n e ^ e a c ^ ^
Om en or T hrahi rkr or P olk C ovmtt , )
blot on the parental relationship that
to be asked when we know G e o r g e has a fore part of the week.
D allas , Oregon. March, 17, 1891
j One o f McCoy’s prominent business . w ill yon suffer with Dyspepsia and parents are so debased
borne of bid own.
18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT I L L O M M tM
B kipoeportom an .
rn en went by h e re at a rapid speed, and
n Ter Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is become indifferent to the welfare of their
drawn on the Treasury of Polk County, and en
o t i c e ih h e r e b y g i v e n t o a l l w h o m it i donkjd hy me prior to this date, will be paid at the
j on inquiry we found he was on his way guaranteed to cure you. For sale by Jap. | children and allow them to grow np uttcr- N may concern, that I wi* appointed by the ! Treasurer's office on demand, and that interest will
ly neglected. As such a state of affairs County Court of Polk County, Oregon, on the 21st ! stop from data of this notice.
to Salem for Dr. K. as the McCoy M. D. lt. Miller, Dallas.
« nrd or Thunk..
exists, humanity wonld dictate to ns the ; 'lay of Man h 188», administrator of the estate of
F. T. MILLER. County Treasurer.
' was not at home. W csee by the daily
necessity of a reform school, that th« s« Frederick .Nur*, dee«— «d. All person* ihdebted to
News, that the liquor dealers of Port
•aid estate will please make Immediate payment to
I. »hi« undersigned, h e r e b y t h l
Administrator s Notice.
thank«; to the people of D »H «» f° * ‘ J land, ask to be recognized the same as Price 50 cents.
Nasal injector free. For the time soon come when such a school will present the Käme duly verified to me at Inde
Produce taken in Exchange for Goods
M a rk e t
tery liberal donation ci I which I. »• <>*>« the butcher and merchant. The butchers sale by Jap. R. Miller, Di lias.
OTICr. IK HEREBY G IVEN TO A L L WHOM IT
will be built here. By it many a youth ' pendone«, Polk County, Oregon, within six months
fr>.m this date,
of ibe paatots of tlio cbnrch of Dali*., and the merchants give «is something for
may concern, that I have been appointed by the
would be reclaimed and become a respect- i
II. K ilt «U B E R O . Administrator
County Court of Polk County, Oregon, administrator
was made the recipient, o
" j our money; what do the saloons give us/
Sleepless nights made miserable by that ed citizen by and by.
Z ena . j BELT h PIPER, Attys. for Administrator.
! of the Estate of Mary W’hiteaker, late of Polk County,
.he 18th. And hope that I , ™ * ?
Dated March 1 21,
diveascd. All persons indebted to said Estate will
AF.TTI.K I P.
U ruble cough. Shiloh’• Cure is the rem-
I please make immediatc payment t » me. and all per
for easing after n
edy for you. For sale by Jap. R . Miller,
For lame Back, Side or Chest nse Shi- j
S r * * » O r J o n V . t noTwfthTlambnj,fhe
son* holding Claims thereagainst will presentthe sanie
Give me a call before Purchasing elsewhere and
lob’s Porous Plaster.
Price 25 cents. !
me »ithin six ni'-nt •
Having sold my drugstore in Dallas, I Dallas,
ehortcoming, of many of the_
Notice for Publication.
.1 W. h I BK LAND. Administrmto' J
Shiloh’. V itn liz « 1» what yon neaJ for
Terr perceptible to new comer, from the wi.h to c l o « np my U o k »
H alt A IM tlrk , Attorney* f..r Adin'r.
see my goods and get the prices.
Constipation, Loin, of Appetite, Dizzine..
F»«;'» there *re m.nv among o* that are KIVO n olle, to .lHndebted to m* tof ™
That hacking congh can be so quickly
U. f*. L.» xd Owes at Osiwox Cmr, \
forward «nd .ettle immediately. O * » ' 6 ■ anJ ftll‘ , ym r,oniH of n yip .p .iE . P rie. 10
orr nu*, March 21, IMI.
pay attention to this call, a* the accounts and 75 cents per bottle. For sale by Jap. cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it.
E Z R A P O P P L E T O N i”""
o t i c e , ih h e r e b y g i v e n t h a t I s a b e l m
For sale by JAp. R. Miller.
raust l»« paid at once.
Prescott, of Malem, Marion County, Oregon, has H ’OTfCE IH HEREBY G IVEN To WHOM IT MAY
K. Miller, Dallas
N concern that I have been ai>point«d by the
Dallas, April 12, 1883.
ii.adt .»ppli' af Ion to pu rebane th« N ■ of N E
County Court of Polk County, Oregon, sdminletratnr
CHAH, r s i L L IV A lt .
Cronp, Whooping Cough aud Bronchitis
U f«’»• ****p ln g h *. «mamldare g j* * f # | V weak made at home by th e 1
worthy the name of aocb^ ^ Fm nK
under the provision* <»f the art of Conyr aaa, approve«! *f the Estate >jf G. J. Hfl*kett de- t-.k*e«l. with will en-
C 1 ■ bef. re y<»u die, something mighty eXP m Afe> n c » t UOSMIVM II» « U W in , M l*
immediately relieved by Hhilob s Cure.
mher nexiil. All persona indebted to said Estate will | J L
June 3, 1878, entitled “ an Set
for the sal«
sale of Tiiu
and anbltase L s t : ^ '• * 1 to con- ital not noeded. We will start you. Mien, mm
Nevada, pteeae * make payment to me of the aatuu without de- K p \
Land*, in the state* of California,
The attention c.f those knowing them For sale by Jap. It. Miller, D s II as .
boy* and girl* » Anted everywhere t o
i and In WanRingt'») Territory."
Now is the time. You can'w ork :
nut mqulnnt. W .
I hare jii.T^ceivedm large atock <‘t m.b selves indebted to J. R. Sites, is hereby
I All adveme < lauti* tv «aid tnw t must bo filed In the wm I plea**-present the same duly verified to ■ / at ri.k
give your whole time to Utisineaa.
D alla-, Ogn.
Many « r . mshlng ter
called to the fact that his notes and ac
fihiloh’ s Congh and Consumption Cure
I’. %■ Land <KJV e, at Oregon City, Oregon, befor« the torney* Indy A Butler at their office at Dnllaa, in said will fum l—i ym f,.r> lh ln *
pay you nearly as well. N o on« eem fa ll t o .
finery w ii. aU the
county, within six month* from thie date.
1*11« n »k « “
expiration of sixty day*, from this date.
•old by us
__ a _
atylea for the e p n n g tia ■
„ ^ counts have been placed in my hands for
P r o m p t t l t e a l l P P p n lil |o h s d n r « « .
Given ander my hand, this 24th day of Mar h, 1883
collection, and I shall demand a speedy Consumption. For sale by Jap. R. Hiller,
L T BAJtfM, R «elfter
Io ü. ÜAUJBTT * 0« P**t*Bod Mmneit * ably, f
rais * CW, Augusta, |fa| m .
0 1 t on Maua «.¿two doers Mort* of port-offios i
(24 BMW M W.)
settlement of the same.
R. M. S iie u .
L Y O N S & S U L L IV A N ,
THE LARGEST STOCK AND CHEAP
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
FOR THE PEOPLE OF POLK COUNTY. '
W e have for sale on easy terms, farms o f all
from forty acres upward. ‘A lso
G O V E R N M E N T AND R A I L R O A D LA ND S ,
T I M B E R LANDS, ST OCK RANCHES,
T O W N P R O P E R T Y , SA W M I L L S ,
ETC., ETC., E T C .
IN D E PE N D E N C E
the F IN E S T GOODS
S O R T M E N T of
G E N E R A L M E R C H A N D IS E
«¿ 'A L L INQUIRES CONCERNING LAND PROMPTLY A N SW ER ED .-^
Office on Main st., tw o doors North o f Post Office.
K ept on
o f Portland.
MY MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
Is Complete in
In my P E R R Y D A L E STORE,
C O M PLETE A SSO R TM E N T
Suitable for the Couutry Trade.
a L IN E o f M IL L IN E R Y
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