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LOCAL ANI) G E M E AL
We have large treu pass notices,
cloth, at live coûta each.
Mrs. John Young, of Independence
This office is prepared to print horse
has a new boarder- - a fine boy.
, bills in good shape.
H I X . N H GOT S K IN M U .
Prescott A Veness, the rustling saw-
... L g mill men, have just finished a hot air
of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't
Just this side of ...............
Mason .dentist, in Campbell's brick;
Miss Libbie Vaughn is to teach
Skicne -, who has 340 acres of land and i drT ^*'n'
Tom Wann will move from Mon
Dr. Hayter. dentist, over Wilson's
| block, Mill street, Dallas.
is worth at 1 -ast 930,000, but bears the
second term at the Parker school.
mouth to hia farm in the Eola hills.
L. Damon, the supervisor, is having
drug «tore, Dallas.
reputation of being us close as the some bud road improved between here
W e can aell \ou for $80 a good as
ba -k on a tree. Two strangers came and Monmouth.
Mrs. McAlister neat Tuesday.
begin leaching at Sbeiidati next Mon- to patronise home people than travel-
new aafe that coat 9120.
»long, got stuck after his farm and of-
Mrs. M. H. Graves hag moved into
Good, fresh milk cow for sale by
'ered him 940,000 for it, -md he said it
Prof. J. P. Powell, the singing master,
the residence that she lately purchas
is now putting in his beat licka at
ed of Dr. J. B. Johnson.
College City, California.
Plows, plows, plows for everybody move from Toledo to Cal fornia for bn | mouth to Olympia, is in very poor made, but they said it could .not he
health aDd not e x a c te d to live long. closed until their sister, who was in
Will. Ma‘ tison and Dave Gelwick
Charlie Wester ia teaching at Oak and everyone warranted by W. B.
terested with them, could come and see went to Roaeburg last Monday aud
G r„ve and hoarding at Mr. William
from Jas. Elliott south of Dallas, and it. After getting the old man thorough may go iuto business there.
son at the old Hoi. Crowley place.
See what is said about the Pleasant Roude is now in the livery bus’ ness
has already moved into his new home ly interested financially, they suggest
J. M. Vanduyn has improved the
ed that they were representing a lottery
You muat work if you would win, no H ill cemetery in Bed Prairie correspon
appearance of his property by remov
matter what your calling may lie.
The 64th birthday of Mrs. E. L. I)e- gion through a few representative men, ing the fence from around it.
Keeping everlastingly at a thing brings
The ladies mite society will meet I tieen visiting kindred snd friends at the
was celebrated last Sunday such as Mr. Skinner. In fact they
Richard Harned, who was a fireman
T h e B e th e l C em etery.
with Mrs. Hobart at ¿ o ’clock this!
rz L U cm .
by the pretence and feasting of child would give him a ticket to set the on the motor two years ago aud left to
An old tjme settler writes fiom near
Before vot'ng next Monday be sure
ren ami friends.
there saying: I have just visited the
that you have selected tlie liest o ' ail
Our postmaster has advertised let ers been seriously ill si the old Chumbe” 's
pcsition, and in a few days they in- ing officer.
the candidates. I,et general fitness for S. F. Bi-'gs. Frank Blaker and
be at the planing null, court house ormed him that his ticket had just
Several small boy, are
J. D. Irvine is building a new house graves of departed kindred and tr ends
govern your choice.
I George Grove.
Jessie McOrew, of Monmouth, wi’ l
and city hall aud the polls will be open drawn a cash prize of 95,000, which on his lot near the Presbyterian church. and found it in a shameful condition. parationa to plant and cultivate gar* :
visit eastern Oregon with her uncle,
Karl's Clover Root, the new blood
Agsin we express thanks to those
from 8 to 6 o’clock.
It will be occupied by Prof. C. A. The fencing is fast going to decay and dens of their own. W e will
nately they had with them only 91,500,
purifier, gives freshness and cle-ruess who have so kindly sent us the news D. D. E trp, the organ man.
sheep frequently get in and do more or progress made and report their
Mrs. Mary Haworth, a sister of Ol*
to the complexion and cures constipa from all over the county.
The familiar faces of C. G. Fisher, of ver and Win. Slump, of Dallas, died
less damage. Many tomb stones are next fall.
Rev. D. M. Doty, a former pastor of moss covered and some have fallen lo
tion. 25c, 50c and 91.
Monmouth, and I. 8. Townsend, of last week at the homo of her daughter, so. But before going any farther were
Our advertising rates are so low that
J. Jay Sullivan has been empli
the ground. Many grave, are sunken
Impurities in and around homes are anybody can affiird lo use printer's ink Perrydale, were seen in the county seat Mrs. Newbill, near Grand Ronde-
financially responsible man. Their pro- church last Sunday, the present pastor and covered and surrounded with to paper, paint and decorate the in
a fertile source of sickness. Every in helping them to buy or sell.
A Corvallis lady is practicing with ix.sition was for him to get 92,500 to be being absent from town.
coarse grass and weeds. The tret s that of the Methodist church. Tbe CAT-
thing of a decaying nature shuul I lie
John McQuerry, of McCoy, has rent her hoop skir. in a rear room at home, put up with their 91.500 in a securely
were allowed to remain there are caus penters have finished their inside
cleaned up and taken away.
A U I S T I N t l l'l N H E I l M K D I C A L V I S I T O R
tion of tlie work.
married a lady named Oats and the ed and will soon move int i the dwell but has not yet found couruge enough locked box and the box to remain in
ing unsightly and bothersome shrubs
Shiloh’s Vitalixer is what von need •tiior sang, ‘'W lm t Shall the Harvest ing house of Mrs. Win. Jones ut Inde- lo tackle the street with it. She wants Skinner's possession until they paid 1 » C o m in g to U ftlla t » n d w i l l b e a t th e to spring up around them. It would
W e now have three 8 unday k
somebody else to break the ice.
H o te l H o lm a n on S unday, M o n d a y and
tlie balance of th e95,000. which seem
for dyspepsia, torpid liver, yellow skin I « . ’’
be better if they were all removed. The the latest being a Christain Sunday
Alie Nelson put down several thou-
or kidney trouble. It is guaranteed to
The joints mid muscles are so luhri
present condition of our burying ground school, organized by Elder A. H . Dodd
Mrs. Harris, formerly of Dallas, but
give you satisfaction. Price, 75 cents.
i-atcd oy Hood's Sarsaparilla that all and feet of tiling last fall on his farm j could see all the proceedings with his
DR. A R C H IB A L D C. STO D D AR T. is not the result of inability or uuwill- on Sunday, March 19th. W e have not
now in Portland, is thinking of going
president of the Liebig World Dispen ' igness to have it better, bnt purely learned who the officers are yet.
A Marshfield old bachelor sent an 'o rihic.kley, Nebraska, to run a millin rheumatism and stillness soon disap
ing the gissi results. It will more than ; A England hank and liorruwed the 92,- sary, the largest incorporated medical careless. I f some one would take the
pear. Try it.
uncomplimentary valentine to a widow ery store.
Services and Sunday school were
pay to tile all damp and clammy land
association in the world, having divis matter in hand it would be easy to held in the i lethodiat church laet Sun
who afterward laid him out with a club
McCulloch, of Sheridan
meet his generous friends. Right tie
Shiloh’s Core, the great c mgh and
and he says he is forever done with the
H a rd w a re a t Coat.
fore his eyes they put the 94,000 in the Francisco, Los Angeles and all the a new fence and clean up the ground*. day, »(ter which Rev. D. T . Summer
croup cure, is for sale bv alt druggists. junction, fiactured a bone of ids leg
comic valentine business.
while performing oil a trapize at the
ville organized a chapter of the Ep-
For cash in hand or good notes un landlocked it, kept the key themselvek
Pocket size contains twenty-five doses,
It i, no credit to a community to thus
pricipal cities of the United States.
worth league with thirteen charter
til further notice you can have at cost and turned the treasure over to the
Judge Dendy and Hon. B. F Burch only 25 cents. Children love it.
On account of enormous practice all neglect the home of their dead. How members, to be known aa Hopeful
who both died last Friday, were almost
Mrs. Barnard has unavoidably defer- anything I have in stock, consisting of much elated farmer, then bid him a over the Pacific coast Dr. Stoddart can would it do for a committee of two or
1. L M eAr'Iinr, John Burnett, B. 8.
the same age, both were members of
ed her concert to next Wednesday eve a fine line of hardware, stoves, tinware, pleasant good by until their return with remain positively only three days iu three to volunteer and put the ball in chapter. The following are the offi
the constitutional convention, and they Slraughn, L. B. Cox, Zera Snow and ning. General admission 25 cents, re farm machinery, buggies, wagons, har tlie other $3,500. The story soon leak Dallas and will have offices for free motion. No one would oppose it and cers: President, Mrs. Jeldena Cour
C. B. Bellinger have all been mention
ier ; vice presidents, Mrs. E. A. Mo-
rows and plows. Come with your cash eil out and Skinner was told on all
were close personal friends
served seats 35 cents.
consultation at above named hotel and all should be willing to give something Karlane, Mrs. Susan Bryant, Miss Ida
ed as possible successors to Judge
and be convinced.
W. B. D a v is .
side- that he had t>een fooled and
It may seem unreasonable, hut is is Deady.
The father ol W. H. Mack, of Coupe-
Bryant, Miss E. E. Montgomery; sec
robbed. They wanted him to break
The staff physician, diagnostician is the t'm e to act. Who will be the retary, J. C. McFarlane; treasurer,
a D el that Austin A Con key h tve over
Hollow, recently d’ed in Minnesota r id C o tta g e Bedsteads and H a w H id e Chairs. open the box to prove it, but he said
Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., San Die
1,0(X) pair of ladies and children’s shoes.
Twenty nine years ago J. M. Camp- no, it was all right for the box had not
h;a mother ami three children will
Mrs. Susan Montgomery. Miss E. E.
men only at the city hall on Monday work or give so much money.
They have just relieved a large invoice go, Cal., says: •‘ Shiloh’s Catarrh Rem soon come to make their home with hell came to Dallas and carpentered
Montgomery was appointed president
been out of his hands since he saw the
c iv is the first medicine I have ever
made to their order ill Boston.
for four years, then entered tlie furni money put in it. At last it dawned
of the juuior league.
QO LD END ALE.
found that would do me any good.”
be splendidly illustrated with line ster-
Preaching at all the churches every Price 50 cents.
From the New|>ort paper wf. ropy ture business in which he was continu upon Brother Skinner that there might eopticon views ten feet square.
There is considerable excitement in
A lot of new mining claims have
ously engaged until he sold out to C. possibly be a colored person on a skunk
Sunday morning and evening. Meth
those two items: Z. F. Vaughn, the
Dr. Liebig & Co. treat and cure more been located on Three creeks near Falls City over the coming town eleo-
At Corvallis there is a fellow named
H. Chapman last week
A long time iu the wixxlpile ami he consented for
odist and Christian Sunday schools at
Dallas Jeweler, has reeled a building
tion. Tw o tickets are in tbe field.
cases, have more institutes and more Goldendale.
9 :45. Presbyterian 12:15’ Baptist arid Calf. Salem has a Mr. Mutton and a and will establish a Jeweler business ago he t(Ought for 9160, at the Jas. City Marshal Harry Minto to burst
Here is the Citizens’ ticket, the candi
Riggs administrator's sale, a 140 foot open the treasure box. In it was a capital invested in curing chronic and
M .E. south 3. Prayer meetings Thurs Mr. Goose, ami this coiiR'y has a Mr here.
front lot where his furniture store now scrap of paper ami some river sand, mens’ diseases than all tlie others com Rene Smith or McClellan ranch in date tor treasurer being yet to nomi
day evening. The genord publie wel Hen and a Mr. Pigg, with several pre
nate : Mayor, M. F ly n n ; councilman,
Never before was there found a stands. Then the Riggs estate owned lhat aud nothing more. They say that bined. Established in San Francisco
cincts to hear from.
come at all these meetings.
Rock creek canyon.
R. M. Gilbert, J. S. Michell, L. B. Mur
since 1859. Thoroughly reliable and
greater variety of interesting reading all of that block, except where J. E
Miss Cordelia Barzee, that was, of
Some subscribers to this paper w ,o
Charles M. Ryman, our school super ray, J. Illingsw ortb; marshal, J. W .
on the first page of this paper. There Smith now lives, which was the pro and his only utterance was, “ Well competent. Diseases of tlie eye, ear,
nose and throat skillfully treated, also intendent, lias purchased the residence Southwell; recorder, Otto Meesman.
could any day raise the money to pay Monmouth is now Mrs Fred L. Jones, is something for every taste among perty of W. H Teal. For seven years
diseases of a private and delicate na pioperty of Milton Shearer in Golden- This is the temperance ticket, they has
their subscription have carelessly left of Portland, and Miss Katie Sears, a readers.
W. C. Wills, a son-in law of John Wuy-
ing a vacancy for councilman in tbe
ture in men and women. Braces man dale.
it unpaid for several years. We very Bethel instructor of ( hi'.Iron, has he
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much need the money now snd hop. come Mrs. S. P. Turner.
The Woolen Mill Store in Salem are ufactured for all deformities
Walter Laidler and Axel L. Ander councilman, L. B. Murray, A. N. Bob-
in Salem for forty years, has gone lo Campbell. They bought Hie old Wav-
all delinquents will note this aud make
For sale nr trade for farm land, my
son have purchased the farm formerly inson, J. 8. M ontgom ery; rnsrshsl, P.
Washington City, hoping to be made mire store building, which was located determined to keep our home made
of manhood and womanhood. Incu-a-
at least partial payment of what they livery pr. [lertv situated on Main street
owned by Father Griffith, but lately by Bond; recorder, J. C. McFarlane ¡treas
minister to some South Ainer cau near where the newer store house now goods to the front and asau inducement
ill the business part of Dallas. There
stall is, just east of the Waymire resi to get an interest aroused are goiug to
urer, B. B. Harrington.
are two barns, box stalls, sheds, etc.,
dence, and moved it to the present lo give away a pair of blankets valued at tion guaranteed.
Captain J. H. D. Gray, of Astoria,
James W illard has purchased the
cation of Kirkpatrick’s hop house, $25 on the 15th of May. For particu
has an Oregon Spectator published in occupying nearly one forth of a block.
T o Th® L a d le s .
Morrison will work for J. E. Luce where they got eight fe* t tall of water lars 'all and see them. Blankets on free with the great modem Amelia an, Schuster farm south of town, and Jim
W . B. D a v is .
1846. From it is learned ill - fact that
I have reopened my millinery store
while the laller is teaching, tha< from the mill race, and there establish exhibiton in show window.
German and European doctors right Hopkins has bought Willard's ranch
in 1840 there were in Oregon 26 Amer
Henry Eliis and U. II Hyde, of the
at the corner of Mill and Main street
on Harrison ridge.
Charlie McDouald is putting an add eil a sash and door factory. For sever
here in Dallas.
ican settlers, 26 married women; 13 Ballston vicinity, were in to see us of
and am in receipt of a part of ni *
S om e K e r le y D a y S le a iu b o a lln g .
ition lo his house ami that D. C. Har al years their only stock in the furni
A. J. Murphy, late editor of the spring stock, which in a few days will
lay Protestant ministers; 13 Metho ficially the other day. Editors areal-
mon will move to Dallas.
In 1852 the Canemah was built at
ture line was cottage bedsteads and
Goldendale Courier, together with liis be complete. I shall continue to sell
dist, ordained; 1 Presbyterian, ordain ways glad to have such subscribers, for
Elmer Purvine is teaching the Bur son, Robert, have gone to and opened lower than any other house in the
Eugene Skipwo.ah, a hoy lawyer raw hide chairs. The legs for the bed that town in the present suburbs of
ed; 5 Congregational, ordained; 32 they never fail to be around very dose
Oregon City and at Fairfield in Marion ley school.
a barber shop in north Yakima.
American women and 32 children.
to tlie time to pay their subscription a who once lived at Imleoendenee, and steads were made a* their own turning
county and will be pleased to see all
in a Dallas court ont generaled Ben lath ami every winter they made up county Ben Simpson constructed the
Dr. R. E. Stewart, Hartman Spauld my old customers and many new ones.
The teacner who does not l*ke eld'd- year in advance.
Hayden in his palmy days,lias develop several hundred raw hide chairs for the the Oregon, which proved financially in Monmouth.
M r s . S m it h .
ing and John G. Mmldox are tlie can
ren is in the wrong business. A cb'ld
Tuesday's Statesman said: Mrs. J. ed iuto a first class attorney and now next summer’s trade. In course of disastrous to him
In 1855 one Mur
like a dog, ingtinceively knows its C. Allen, of Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Ahe
time-cane sealed and rocking chairs ray was running the Enterprise on • Born, to the wife of Bird Walling, didates for mayor of this city. The
■tooth o f J . D. Bill®.
enjoys a large pratice at Eugene.
election takes place next Monday.
friends, and if there is no re»' sympathy Hei se, Mrs. W ink Putman, of Oak
Asa and David last Sunday, a g :rl.
nearly drove their raw hides out of the the up|H-r Willamette
J. D. Ellis was born in Iowa forty
A t next Monday’s election the m-un l l.uket. Mr. Wills is now living in McCully were then running a store at
Grove, left for Alb inv to attend the
between instructor and pupil there
Since the last report the following years ago aud came with hit father,
Miss Blodgett reports thirty-five pu
apt to be slow progress. Bes'des that laid side of Mrs. H. B. Chitwood, who question with veu should he, who are, eastern Oregon.
Harrisburg. They, by taking an in
marriages have been solemnized here: Win. Ellis to this county when twenty
pils on the roll with more to come.
the child's nature is being blunted aud is quite ill at the esidence of Mrs. H. all tilings considered, the lies« men 'or
terest in it, persuaded I 'apt. Cochran to
Harry Sutcliff pnd Jane Short, Vernon years of age, and has ever since lived
warped out of the attractive sliane in
bring his Ixiat, the Clinton, from the
Mrs. Ida Willis nnd Mrs. R. H. Lea- Hinsliaw and Hattie Snider, Frank in Dallas or- vicinity. For several
tended by the Creator of all llrngt
T. 8. Coffey at Perrydale keeps on Yamhill river to the Willamette. Siam bo, of Salem, spent Sunday at A. J. Streeter and Miss Hopper’ Ed. W eb years his health had been declining,
The Monmouth Record is putting
and stamina to back it are worth a hand good eastern Btock or will make after they built another boat, the En Purvine’s.
ster and Ham ie Butler.
and last summer gave up business and
A scene in the passing of the red out feelers to find out how the people bushel of some other qualities.
to order anything you want in those terprise. bought the Relief, and with
went to the Hpriugs, but after teverrj
man was witnessed in the early m orr qf that place would like to he taken
Mrs. Mary Clingan is in Dallas car
Rev. U. 8. Grant preached to a large lines. Be sure to see his goods and the three boats in 1862 organized the ing for her sister, Mrs. Chambers, who
months came back no better, and lin
ing at The Dalles the other day. A under the guardian wing of Indepen
learn his prices before buying else Peoples’ Transportation company, and
gered along until his spirit took its
procession of Indians wended their dence. Some would vote yes. some congreation Sunday evening. Zeue
Farmers busy plowing.
is very sick.
added three bouts to run on the Upper
flight last Monday. Some years ago
way up the railroad on Front street, are indifferent, anil many are squarely Vaughn was partly raised on tin* water where.
Mrs. Beezley is still bedfast, and Mrs.
Rev. Beattie and family will move
Colombia. Steve Coffin was president,
and like a duck feels best when in a
he married a daughter of M. L. Rob
two of them bearing a board on which against the proposition
T H E E I.B C T K IC S Y S T E M .
and the McCullys, and E. if. Cooke, from McCoy to Lincoln about the mid J. C. W hite has been very sick.
jump or so of it. Wonder ;f on -p ost
bins, who survives him, also a son and
lay a dead body. They were en route
A Sunday school was organized at master has lieen over there doing mis-
directors of the Company. A bitter dle of April.
S o iie th in g T h a t t'o n fo u n d * th e Beat
J. W . Lewis in d o w clerk aud J. C. two daughters. Mr. Ellis was o f »
to one of their islands, where they Oak Grove last Sunday and one will be
opposition sprang upon both rivers by
P h ilo s o p h ic E x p o r t !. T h e Sick A re
cheerful, sunny nature, and always
J. R. Shepard assisted last Sunday White trustee of our school district.
bury the remains of their departed started at Crowley next Sunday. Ev sonary work among the heathens.
Cured en d th e S k e p tic « L e ft to
the O. R. & Co. and both were losing in organizing a Sunday school at Pop
made it pleasant for those around him,
friends, in a firm belief that from these ery school district in the county should
One of the mostimportant questions
W on der.
money. In 1863 each ubondoned the corn school house and was chosen su
and was in every sense a strictly hon
places their spirits will be escorted lo have a Sunday school during the that will probably be up before our new
others territory and again prosi>ered. perintendent.
orable man. They laid him to rest in
the happy hunting grounds.
Deputy Sheriff Roberts’ card speaks
spring, summer anil fall. It will tend city council will be the matter of wa
Sunday at 3 o’clock.
In 1872 the Willamette river sold to
the family burying ground east of
Easter Sunday will be missionary
Five new barns will be built in this
Ben Hollady for $200,000 their eleven
John Williamson and family, of town.
day at the Methodist Sunday school
Fannie, Patton, vicinity this summer, the parties who Linn county, are visiting her father ou
being whether it is best for the city or Mr. Roberts is well and favorably
building being P. F. S. K , Crowley’s place.
and they will offer an attractive pro
Several thousand office seekers are at
Peter Burnett, who was a Polk outside parties to construct and own known in this city and his word should E. N. Cook, Albert, Active, Alice, Echo, contemplate
gramme in the evening. Misses Emma county hoy, is now preaching at Plesunt
Onward and Success. David McCully Clark, J. W.Crawfofil, J. E. Phillips,
Washington in a miserable state of
Hughes, Eva Francis, Lena Stouffer, Hill in Lane county, and Ari Arm
still lives in Salem and his brother, A. J. Purvine and Ira Burley.
the skill of Dr. Darrin.
Charley Wester has been engaged to
Mary Muscott, Elsie Nichols, Hallie strong, of Falls City, is do^ig good
Asa, was killed by a horse in Yamhill
The new officers of the Sberdian
A Christian Endeavor society has finish the school term.
Tickets bought for Mrs. Barnard'*
Reynolds and Blanche Uglow will ren ministerial work at Prineville. Re Cong national
M r. R o b e r t« ’ C ord .
county about five years ago.
been organized here with Elmer Pur
concert this week will be good until
der a choice production and little cently the ladies of his congreation John Evans,Superintendent; S. Pottei,
For Hie last six years I suffered loss
vine as president. The time of meet
N e w F u r n itu re M an .
Misses Leona Gregg, Hallie Morrison, raised at a festival $109 'o furnish their assistant; Miss Ella W hite secretary; of hearing, which gradually increased
ing is every Sunday afternoon at 4 :30. ley. She is an accomplished young
I have disposed of my entire stock
Rena Uglow, Belle Elliott and Gracie church.
Miss Myrta William *, of McMinn
Miss Carrie Sargeant, treasurer; Sum. until I became totally deaf in one ear
Let all the young people come aud
Francis will please the audience, and
ville, has beiii here visiting her filter,
SHortridge, chorister; Mr». Campbell, with ringing noises and severe paius in of furniture toC . H. Chapman,who has joiu in the good work.
there will be other pieces and music
Hattie, who is teaohing at the academy.
Mrs. Lafollet, Walt. Potter, Chaa Saling the hack of my head and neck, the had ample experience iu the business
A Sunday school was organized here
cemetery and see if it will not apply lo and Mr. Campbell, teachers.
auitable to the occasion.
K IC K B K A L L .
last year of my trouble. All efforts and will soon have a larger and better
vour neighborhood burying ground.
were fruitless until I called on Dr. Dar assortment than I ever carried. After
A good teacher is industrious, s.u -i- W e could mention half a dozen grave
N E W TO -D A Y .
The Sheridan Sun Says: A!. Sojth-
Forest Craven visited school Mon something that ought to be done in
thanking those who have patronized
ous, enthusiastic and devoid o ' bad yards in the coumy of which tlie people maieil recieved from Dolph fast Friday rin, who cured me radically of all my
me through so many years, I would day.
habits common to so many people. around ought to feel so ashamed that a motley collection of ueaver,liear, otter,
assure them that my successor is in
Grange met last Saturday and a very
Mrs. Baskett, of I’ Mcm, is visiting
ASS HIBSON. NEAR DIXIE, HAS SEVERAL
Do you know of any good teaclu r that they would fix them up. even if most mink, wild cat, and coon skins, which treatment. I can hear now as well us
hundred biuheU of good feed oaU for aele.
every sense worthy of their kindest her daughter, Mrs. Fox.
good time was had. Several important
ever in my life.
J. M. R ohekts ,
chews gum or allows its use on the ly strangers are buried there.
lie will ship to the New York market
questions was discussed applicable to
362 Stark street, Fortland.
school premises. Do you know of one
when it gets ripe. Over in Tillamook
J. M. C am i ’BELL.
the farmers. Grange will meet at 2
l.000 POUND, UKNTLK, SPEEDY, YOUNG SOR
Speaking of old tilings, Uncle Pe«ry county when a man wauts to do a
who takes no educational Journal and
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ing house at their place.
rel gelding; home bred end well broke lo work,
D r*. D a r r li.', P l . c «1 R a a ln c a .
o'clock from now until fall.
D eath o f B. F. B u rch.
never reads professional hooks
Do Smith has a skillet which his grand lit-le trading he goes at it tiiusly:
double or «Ingle, in teem or buggy, and an eaay aad-
Drs. Darrin can be consulted free at
Si00. Aiao a 900 pound black geld
you know of one who is lazy, vulgar or
Trustees and patrons should visit ing, 4 yeara price
“ Gimme an otter’s worth of flour, a 270^ Washington street, l’orlland, 310
old, from C. 0. Gardner a Black Stranger
He was born in Charitan county, in McMinnville last week.
profane. I f the scholars in your than a century ago. and the Smith boys bear’s worth of clothes, a beaver’s
•took; home bred and gentle; ISO.
Commercial street, Salem, Or., and Missouri, sixty eight years ago and
rR J NK BUTLER, Falla Otty.
neighborhood school are slow and un- licked lots of sop out of it half a hun worth of serrup, a mink’s worth of
There will be no preaching next Sun thus encourage their children It also
“ Review” building, Spokane, Wash died at Independence last F'riday. He
concered about their lessons you will dred years ago. Many a lime in early tobacco, a cat’s worth of bacon and a
Office hours, 10 to 6 daily, evening 7 *o crossed the plains ill 1845, and the
probably find their teacher in the same boyhood did the writer enjoy the con coon’s worth of coffee.”
OOK RENT AT Si PER MONTH, A DWELLING.
have you call once in a while.
8, Sunday 10 to 12. They treat all next year taught the first school in this
Wm. Kirkland has put up a 24 foot
two lota and «table. Inquire of
tents of a pot or skillet, with the little
rULTON 4 BELL.
Some folks give as a reason for start curable nervous, chronic acute and pri county. His widow and son, F'rank, sign in front of his blacksmith shop.
R E D I 'R A I H I R .
darkies about the kitchen.
Presbyterian Sunday school
ing a paper at Perrydale the probability vate diseases, and make a specialty of still own a part of his original donation
Jesse W ise and Henry Keyt, of Perry
Geo. and Anna Conner are home
Easter exercises promise to be of unu
that the next legislature will he asked all diseases of eye, eai, nose aad throat, claim south of Independence. He was dale, visited friends here Wednesday.
CHOICE LOT OF ENOL18H CLUSTER HOF
again from school.
roots for sale at IlflO per 1,000. Como or ad*
sual interest. Rita Bell and Frank school because they want to. and their to make a new county out of parts of catairb and deafness, loss of manhood, in 1848 married to Eliza A. Davidson,
dreee J. C. Frink or W. A. Brown, Falla City, Or.
Mrs. Munch, of Jefferson, has been
Snyder will give pleasing Easter recita
Polk and Yamhill with the center of loss of desire or sexual power in man and of their seven children only one
J. S. Anderson and family will soon
tions and two classes of girls some
gravity lietween Sheridan and Perry- or woman. A il peculiar female trou remains. It was forty-seven years ago visiting her daughter, Mrs. Tom m ove to Whiteson.
OME GOOD YOUNG HORSES, MUTTON AND
thing nice in the same line. A hand boys’ future welfare. Both will be very dale, which latter place will need an bles, irregularities, etc., are confidenti that it. company with 'esse and Lind Burch.
(dock «heep for aal« by Sam. Smith,of Smithfield.
V. J. Turnige was visiting on the Address
of nine youngsters will tell all al>out
editor to help it rustle for the seat of ally and successfully trta'ed. Most say Applegate, David Goff, Levi Scott,
John Koser quit school last week Luckiamute last week.
the spring flowers and ten little hoys
goverment. Wonder if Ballston will esses can tecieve home treatment after W m Parker anil others he helped to and Johnny Orr has taken his place as
and girls dressed in white will give
not enter the lists of journalism and a visit to the doctor’s office. Inquiries find and open a southern wagon road drummer.
Our school house has been placed JTENTON A TONER W ANT ALL THE MOHAIR
Circulars and questiou in to the Willamette Valley. He was
the cutest flower drill that ever came coupled with a pure character and an demand that new court house shall answered.
In Polk county and wlU pay the »ary beat prices
under $500 fire insurance policy.
The teachers association last Satur
along. The violin solo by Susie Fen
come right there by virtue of that be blank's sent free. Drs. Darrin charge superintendent of the penitentiary
Our school will begin April l l t h
nell. of Independence, will be (-harm
The fact that thousands of men all ing the very center of the huh around at the low rate of $5 per month ; or in during Governor Chadwick’s adminis day was largely attended and all had
with Miss D. E. Sloan as teacher.
HOMAS MAS TERR, SON OFTHELATE STEPHEN
ing, nor is that all. There will tie a over the land are going to whiskey which the wheel of population will that proportion as tlie case may re tration and was retained for two terms. a pleasant time.
and Charlotte Maaten, who wee at Delia«
quire. This applies to each and every He served as adjutant in the Cayuse
collection to replenish the depleted cure establishments at heavy ex|>eii8c revolve.
Oregon, In 1808. or hia re i >reiten tati vea, or any on«
The steroptican entertainment last
knowing of hia death, are requeeted to communicate
Sunday school treasury and of course anil loss of time, is proof that the demon
Friday night was nrgely attended, and and grandma Purdy is improving.
The existing Dallas city charier says
with Mrmn a Ulll 4 Bush, eolicitore, Bath, England.
Indian fights. He was a member of the proceeds were $14.30.
everybody will feel like giving some strong drink bail liecoine their mas'er. the auditor shall inaxe a monthly plicated cases.
constitution convention in 1857. It
All such man had supposed themselves statement of aII transactions coming
Frank Tatom and Geo. Berry will
McDaniel A White received their
was iu 1868 that he liecame a member
IN LAND. TEN ACRE TRACT IN-
J m l , . Dimity ?<o M ors.
plant seventeen acres of bops near a A V BARGAIN
Joe Meek’s widow still lives on the capable of self control, but found It within his jurisdiction. Has it been
side the corporation of Dalla«, all level aad In
safe back from Portland Iasi week,
Ballston this spring.
Tualatin plains, in Washington coun other wise, ami so it will lie with many done and does tlie council todu.. know
ultivation. It can be bought
H e departed tit's life iu Portland
where it has been receiving repairs.
ty, and, as all. old timers know, *8 a i of the moderate drinkersof to lay. The | the exact financial standing of the March 24th, aged 69 years. He came he was chosen president of the state
Scott Syron has been among kin
A large number of friends and rela
Wnen t'-e onlv safe course is to let alone the : city?
full-blooded Nez Perce,
Is there a business like record to Oregon in 16- 9 and in early times senate. Only a few months ago lie
o r s a l e - b a le d h a y - both c h e a t a n d
lands were allotted in Idaho recently, devilish stuff.
I of every dollar that has I>eci> received [ was a blacksmith and school master. finished up a four years’ term as reciever tives from here attended the funeral of dred in these parts, and Oeo. North, of
Newherg, was among us last Sunday.
timothy. Good quality, 911 per too at tbe barn
Mrs. Meek, her three sons, Court.ley,
I or paid out? Have the records been j In 1850 he was sent to the territorial of the land office at Oregon City. Our B. F. Burch at Independence last Sun
Aiao clean aeed -»U .
J B. KNOWLES, Derry.
Joseph and Stephen, anilh rdaughters.
kept in such a shape as to make all | leg'slature from Yamhill county. In
Mrs. Olive Riley and Mis Jennie New-
transactions plain and the prerent fi '854 he moved near Roaeburg and
Hasbrook, and Cynthia Turnige is
B U E N A V IS T A .
hard, all teceived entity acres each o work to talk to any laxly and every nancial condition easily arrived atf > i an farming. From there he was of the Palouae county, are hia brothers.
stopping with Mrs. P. A. Syron,on Mill
farming land, and M-*. Meek's giim l-
| The seeming'y very high rate of taxa ctouen for the constitutional convent
Our school will give an entertain Creek.
children came in for a like amount. as they cared to remain. It was a na - tion, considering the income from o'.h-1 ion anil liecame its president. From ed as one of the leading democrats of ment toon.
N THURSDAY OF THE APRIL TERM OF T H *
Pleasant H ill cemetery has been
The ent‘ re trac. cons'sts of 1520 acre
sr sources, justify the people in want-1 1853 to 1859 he was one of the supreme
county court of the «tate of Oregon for P»ik
Presiding Elder Pratt preached here cleared of all the tree» and brush and county, via.: o n aprii
* —11 flth, »III “ b® * !M ‘
«xu M j
of as fine land as the donation clem s iu business. The point aimed at is ing to know the exact state of thing«, judges of tlie stale and from the latter public trust were faithfully filled. He
court a contract f<
Or IS . > ll i < | r i ( M p . o O h . h S
old paling and will «non have a new of Polk county, .howin» l®. prw.nl owiMnhlp oí
upon which Joe Meek lived ai d (bed.
i liefore they proceed to another elec -| dale lo his death was judge of the
* m -a h sn nlphahwiml .rrnn(wM at oí Rip»
fence, which will add greatly to its
I United States district court. No other died a comparatively poor man. He ing.
Thera ia aooa to be a dis ribution of same kind within the borders of this I tion.
which ia wntl.il th« Uwrrintton 3l haSa tots
fanning implements, etc., so that the count/. Many of them even do not
man on earth bad so much to do with had for many yeara been a prominent
There seems to he an epidemic of la looks.
Uh« in.rstn. for n..(ln, trnr-f.r. M S
Down near the classic village of.
Up« are to be constructed upon the
laws of Mason and last Sunday a host of them, gippe in the community, but nothing
Meek fam i'y may comei'er themselves hesitate to thus waste the time for
in Uh. m u n ir In Ihto wiployto la IS .
Bethel live. Brother Michael McCone | ,n“ k,n* • bH
BO LA H IL L * .
very fortunate in having Indian Mood
j Oregon. Some thirty years ago he
m of (h i prownl -iwn.r h h mom la ato la
s famous ditch (huger, who now amt
people do not deserve employment.
'("t v (» «(o n . Stolto m 3 , for th . p w
; formulated the codes of both civil and i perform tlie last sad rites for their de
coursing through their vein«.
Prof Ward is givinK religious lect
IU > i.»o rk w o lit o for, th. toto c tfh s
Our best news is that the sun is
then takes a littli tea for Ids stomach's i . . .
'crun 'ial procedure, winch are in use
> Volook. f - s .s tots Say, M th. m a n
shining, and the worst is I have lost lires, from the Adventist standpoint, at hnuto In Unite.,
¡sake. Among his best friends he
(Input, »h m th. ooatrw t wtM h. h t
to tins day. His wife was Lucy Hen
lo Ute lo w -* «nd hoi« bMcter thtotoor. Th. risto t »
my glasses and cannot see to write.
! counts onr present county clerk. Mike I
ill rson, of Ysnihill county, and he has after having lived almost half a cen
r.¡«ct u y uni RI bis. te rwtowto
was at the county «eat not many days
o. hy o r t o o l th. county court, thl. ltth Sa*
T- 0. Jones is digging potatoes at the
praticing law in Portland. tury in the same community, it ia only
Bachelor John Smith has a nobhy of Im
M.rch, A D., into.
B r »U L K E T . Otto*.
back, anil of course called tag.-« Broth- j two !‘on"
1 rate of from three to four hundred new
suit, _ with a view to suiting some
Judge Deady had a well rounded
e. Molkey. Alter the m utuil passage
character, such as few men poseem. ing friends should gather aa a final tri | bushels |ier day. Hia last shipment j
of pmfnse compliment», tbe ditrherj
brought 90 cents per bushel in San
H> was always a busy man anil ever on bute of respect.
said t.e lias i-rokeu hi- spade and crav-1
Old Mr. Skinner is $2,500 poorer be
tlie side of right, regardless of techni
■xM rtsim ci.
■ if Hie loan of six bit> to buy another. |
cause he listened lo the slick story of
calities lo the contrary. His reputat
L l , „ i | „ T HI* ® TO CERTIFY TH A T WH H A V E R »
i Brother Frank h:.d no coin, hut ran |
three »harpers, who . proposed
A. J. Goodman took in Portland last
to give 1 to rrom th. .Itoukom of th. wtou af
carrying home a dozen chickens. We him a small fortune for
hi« face for the spa.ie and loaned it to i ion for legal ability was as broad aa the week.
or a mere song.
Bea-.n au •* rntii —unt., Orwn®, (Jl woto
<t«M I. u. Ira« toU
_ wtoto u i to te
thought nothing of that, as bachelors
Mik". Some Imiir. later the latter was nation.
mad« to ue under the will of « I d L
Dr. Rowlaud, of Salem, was in town are lond i f eggs, but now he buys an
still in town and some what giddy, but I
M J BRI DWELL par R . R
D h IS m s ' i Salem M a rk et.
W. K RHIDWELL,
other dozen, so we think he will soon at l’o|irorn school house with J. R.
the spade wa- nowhere to 1» seen The ! Wholesale and retail, 94 Court street.
MART H HK I DWELL*
Chaa. Macauley is having an addi be bringing a cook home.
Shepard as superintendent, J. W. Phie- !
1 ut we s«w of tbe clerk, he was around
LIZZIE E. ERI DWELL, par H. H. 1
A ll kind* of fresh and salt water fish, tion built on hia house.
SARAH B KLLM,
necia assistant, Mrs. John Sykes chor
inquiring whether or not his digging oysters and salmon eggs for trout fish
J f BRI DWELL,
Hon. B. F. Burch, one of our earliest
implement had been exchanged for
GLENN PCRCIYAU W E F. I
The only Pare Cream o f Tastar Powder.—Wo Ammonia; K o i
ing, Highest price paid lor poultry
D u *«a, Or., Maraà 1, MÈL
Bethel, have a new boy.
will meet at 11 o’ckaik.
coffee snd cake.
pioueeia, died lost Friday.
Call for Bids.
Dud la M
illions of H
e ! — 40 Yeta dm