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LOCAL AND GENERAL
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You must work if you would win.
Next Monday’s school meeting will I a credit to any town, and must have
two million people visited the be at 2 'clock.'
| cost quite a large sum when built, now
Sampson, a well known Grand Ronde
Er. Hayter, dentist, over Wilaon’a
James W heeler’s son, Mansel, is ov-1 world’s fair last week.
, . 1 only occupied by spiders and cobwebs.
H ighest o f all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. & f
Indian, died last week.
drug «tore, Dallas.
er from east of the mountains.
Mrs Starkey .s hore from the .U»s T h i town con ta in * two banks, the
Joe Yocum and wife, who live on captt.l with Mrs. F. A. Stiles.
The Salem anil McCoy stage line is I Mrs. Updegraff, daughter of
j First National and the Bank of Ana
The recent rains have shown where
C. P. | the Nathan Conner farm, have a new
All parents s h o u l d read
- article cortes, until last summer,
ditching ought to he done at home and for sale. Who wants it?
/.umwall, has moved to Amity.
headed Give the Children a Chance.
along the road*, and now ia the beat
Bank of Anaeortes followed
_______ the Sheri-
of J* BY \.,Y ‘“ eV " ol,l(Mi“ ou1ri.
Nancy Harris, of Tillamook, has gone
E. P. Gwinn haa been very sick and
time to attend to it.
At Independence this week there dan bank’s suit and left its depositors
of J. B. Nunn, dropped in on him last . to the deaf mute school in Salem. ^
under the doctor’s care lor several has been a sale of 94,000 worth of hops. mourning their losses. Since then
Karl's Clover Root, the new blood
Harrison Linville, one of Polk’s very
purifier, gives freshness and clearness
The literary society meets at the Lib there haa only beeu the First National
Krause’s Headache Capsules— War- earliest piuueers, is in very poor health
Two stray six months old shepherd erty school house every Saturday ev and it seems to be in a flourishing con
to the complexion and cures constipa rauled. For sale by J. D. Belt, sole 1
dition, and fully capable of doing the
tion. 25o, 50c and 91.
Word Butler, of Monmouth, has pups have been around town for several ening.
husineos which the own afford«. At
stuck out his denial sign at Wardner, days.
W. A. Qinn ia teaching music up
Hugh Thompson, of .Salem, was yes one time fiftyfour saloons and three
Twenty head of good fattening hogs Idaho,
C. B. Allen, who married Orra Ba terday married to Miss Emma Dorris, dance balls were running in full blast
around Corvallis, and la m Magee, of for sale by J. S. Hart, southwest of
Lincoln, is postmaster and attorney at Bridgeport.
Uncle Bob Farley and family have ker that was, has been over from Crook of Eugene.
and all doing a flourishing business.
law in Orangeville, Idaho.
moved from the country to their new county.
Allen, son of Mr. Hunter, living on Now there are but three saloons and
J. A. Griggsby has moved from near Dallas home.
Cyrus Joues, c f Perrydale, has been the Boise place, fell aud broke his arm ail of them do not do the business
On Tuesday Chas. Black hauled a Grace church to his new home nearer
that one did before the boom collapsed.
load of sixty sacks, containing a tou Independence.
Prof. L. W. McAdams, the marble sorely afflicted with inflammation of the other day.
ASSESSM EN T S O L L
: non to register. Geary
and a half of bran, from the Dixie
works man, lias moved from Independ the bowels.
For sale cheap. 300.000 feet of lum ence io Salem,
G OLDEN D A LE , W A SH IN G TO N .
is a list of the t a t ! ;he biI1 <*» passed is perfectly sal
flour mills to Brown A Son.
ber, rough and dressed, at Suitor’s
payers of Folk cou ity for the year 1898 , 1 *0*7 *° th* coast, and if enforced (
Kev. S. A. Starr will preach at Falls mill aud yard in Dallas.
One thousaud pounds of English rye from Bellvue to Joe Tharp’s place near country practice
i w , William
tnd wife and family and who
are assessed for 9500
...... or m ore:
expiration of the time limit, will as
City next Sunday, and because of the
or lawn grass for sale by George Row- Grand Ronde.
i the Chinese problem. Those who
A niece of Mrs. Mat Brown, with her | to Seattle.
Rev. T. L. Weaver, who married eliffe at $6 per hundred.
¡¡nod impression created by this lirat
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Prather, of Bue husband and family, have come from
Ginn, A M ................................. 9 1,2221 Part W>H not be able to transfer tl
servioe there, is apt to have a large au Miss Whiteakcr, has charge of the
Mrs. Mary Ostrander and daughter Gist, Claik..................................
9 0 0 1 registration certificates, and in
Mrs. E. 8. Cooper, of Wheatland, na Vista, celebrated their tin wedding Kansas to make their home among us
Evangelical church iu Corvallis.
and Wilbur Ostrander and wife are vis Graut, J M ..................................
has been up ou business this week aud
590 course of time all will disappear J
In Kings Valley last Sunday‘ Rev. says he is in very poor health.
iting in Ohio and Illinois:
Graut, U 8 .................................
There is now a continuous telephone
800 these shores. The adminiati
Mrs. J. D. Lee ie president of the la Salt. Creek farm for Mr. Hester's inter
Grant A Guy......................
line from Portlsnd via Tacoma to Spo Burlingame united in mairiage Frank
730 also satisfied with the bill, so C l
dies’ aid society in the East Portland est in the hardware business of Plum
Grant, Mrs A .............................. 4,590 McCreary, of the foreign
kane, a distance of 750 miles and the Plunkett aud Mi.-.s Nellie Tatom.
has been reappointed to the pastorate
bought of Jas. Lady thirty four good Methodist church.
mer A Hester.
Greer, Jas ..................................
mayors of those cities conversed over
500 mittee, avert.
Adam Brown, of Bridgeport, has for cattle to stall feed this winter.
Mrs. H. L. Veazie has returned to j Dr. and Mrs. McCallon have a fine
Gregg, N F .................................
sale two Shropshire bucks, one a full
William Van Vector is the owner of Groves, J F ................................. 4,270
m a r k d t
i i r o n
The poor man who would succeed her home in Eugene after tome days boy. Both his grandfather’s back in
The Union Pacific railway has gone blood and the other a half breek.
must work early and late and spend spent here on business.
east Tennesee are silvsrites. hut young the Alexander place out on the Yakima Guy, T H ...................................
[Corrected occkly bjr h i t s NooL)
into the hands of receivers, who have
T. J. Phillips has bought of Luella his earnings to the best advantage.
road and has recently bought the Eli Guy, M ......................................... 4,052¡ Wheat, per bushel, 46 eta.
The steamer Toledo is now making Mac
Kol<l '« 8“ '*1 enough for him Twitchell property adjoining.
put all shop meu back to work or. full Worth the Cavin place in the soulhern
Hajood, G W .................. ...... 1,240
Bran, per ton, 914.
We are now sending out statements regular triweekly trip« between Me-1 Mrs. Dr. Doty, of Monmouth, i« here
time, thus relieviug distress in thous suburbs of town, paying therefor 9!,•
Shorts, per ton, 918.
Goldendale school is running full Hagiod, H enry........................
j visiting her neice, Mrs M. D. Cilia,
of account to delinquent subscribers Miunville ami Portland.
ands of families.
Hallock, M E ...............
Oats, per bushel, 25 eta.
and hope to soon hear from them, one
H. L. Fenton has for sale several a" d
Ward', grandmother of Mrs! this fall and the teachers are Mrs. Hanson, Peter..............
Once again we invite correspondence
The new Union Pacific round trip and all.
Flour, per barrel, 93.20.
Goddard, Miss Brown, Miss Hutton
from all neighborhoods in the country rate from Portland to Chicago is at
and Mrs. Lottie Chappell. A large Harmon, D O ................
[Corrected osta ly by fit s k Ocapar)
N. F. Nelson, who »old bis Oak Grove new addition has been made to the Harris, N E ..................
Thanks to Mrs. S. D. Dodson for an for cattle, lumber or work.
not now represented ip this paper. K
at>oiit a cent a mile and will hold good
Potatoes, per bushel, 50 eta.
immense head of cabbage. A half doz
Harris, Mrs F A ........
eu if you can send no more thsn two for a mouth.
Thirty seven Portland salooiis closed PjH‘’e u ' a
°* John Osborn, north school bouse.
Butter, per pound, 2 0 » 25cta.
en such would make almost a barrel last week because they could not pay t . Independence, and bought a farm
Hastings, Mrs A J ........
or three items on a postal card they
Judge Smith and wife and N-B.
Strong nerves, sweet sleep, good ap of kraut.
Lard, per pound, 16 @18 eta.
will be gladly received.
the required quarterly license.
I six miles east of Oregon City, is up on Brooks and wife are back from the Hayter, T J ....................
petite, healthy digestion, and best of
Bacon, sides, per pound, 16§ eta.
From all parts of eastern Washing
G rafton , Pa., Aug. 23, 1891.
Miss Augusta Palmer, sister of Mrs. 1 bu,,ne“ ’
World’s Fair. At request of the citi- Hibbard, A B ................
all, pure blood, are given by Hood's
Hams, per pound,18 eta.
ton comes the report of grain injured H. B. Cosper, is to be married to A. E.
N orman L ic h t y , Esq . Des Moines, Sarsaparilla.
Green Campbell sold his Salt Creek tens of Goldendale Judge Smith ad- Hebert, H e le n a ..........
Shoulders, per pound, 12} eta.
by rain. The loss may be several mil Crosby in Salem next Wednesday.
Iow a—J)ear Sir: Your Krause's Head
place and tried to find a more desirble dressed them on the subject of What Hebert, Peter................
per dozen, 15 eta.
It was by no means a pleasant ride lion bushels.
ache Capsules are good sellers and do
Chickens, per dozen, 94@6.
Fred. Harris lias changed his ahode home, but failed, and has bought back I Saw at the Columbian Fair. The Hill, T B ........................
that Dr. Lee had to make from Inde
the work every time. Yours trulV,
Campbell & Fendall, of Willauiina, from Mill Creek to the Burt. Trulling-
Hobart, C F ..................
Dried fruits, per pound, 10@20 eta.
pendence to Kings Valley to See Mrs.
G eorok H a rd y .
pleased with the lecture.
shipped from Sheridan last week a car er ranch just this side of Graud Rondo. of his days have ben spent.
Beets, per pound, 2 cents.
Holman, Nat................- ................. 7,634
R. E. Fuller the other night.
load of hops for which they received 17
Turnips, per pound, 2 cts.
The Elkins school, «outli of Mon
The members of congress are getting
Talk about hard times and string- Howe, W m .................................
The Phillip's sale near Bethel last
If you want a reliable dye that will cents per pound.
Cabbage, per pound, 1} c.
Howe, Robert ............................ 5,090
mouth, is taught by A. J. Shipley, aud
Saturday was largely attended and as much disgusted with the donothing ency of money and etc. We are be-
Onions, per pound, 2 } eta.
during the last month has had an av
Henry Hill says that not before sine things generally brought good prices. situation as is the country at large, ginning to feel it now even here in Howe, Henry............................. 7,198
Beans, per pound, 5 cents.
erage attendance of sixteen, and Ralph please and satisfy you every time, use 1851 has the river been as high at In
and many leading spirits are doiDg Klickitat. Late heavy rains damaged Howe, Jas ................................. 3.400
Corn meal, per pound, 3 } eta.
Munycar loads of wheat and hops their best to bring things to a focus, much of the wheat and this will bring Howe, 0 L .................................
Boothby, Emma Mogsford and Nita
dependence in October as it was the
Buckwheat flour, per pound, 5 eta.
have recently gone to Portland from hut there are so many contrary ele- additional distress among the farmers Hubbard, Mary..........................
Holman were neither absent nor tar-
Dr. J. S. Longharv, formerly of Dal first of last week.
Graham flour, per barrel, $4.
the region between Perrydale aud Sher ments. that it is like trying to pile Each farmer now declares that he will Hubbard, M D ............................ 2,890
las, but now of Seattle, lias been ap
Hay, per ton, 95 @910.
shavings in a whirlwind.
stock bis wheat good next year. We Hughes, C .................................. 1.050
Preaching at all the churches every pointed assistant physician at the was at its highest G. W. Johnson had
Hughes, E N
Four boys were caught stealing will see if he does.
Hardy Holman and wife, who are
Sumlay morning and evening. Meth- Stielacoom insane asylumn near Ta 10,000 bushels of potatoes seven feet
A B O U T G R A D I N G SC H O O L S.
Humphrey, L M ........................
employed at the asylum farm near Sa 'hickenB in Independence one night
edist and Christian Sunday schools at coma.
unde, water on Brown’s island.
F r e n c h » n d RuBRlan*.
Jones, Morris.............................. 3,794
lem. are over among their long time this week. Unless given medicine that
9:45, Presbyterian 12:15' Baptist and
Captain Sweenev, U. S. A., San Die
P aris , Oct. 17.— In welcoming the Joseph, George ..........................
700 has sent a circular letter to all teachers
The Salem lumbering company has friends.
will eradicate that propensity they may
M. E. south 3. Prayer meetings Thurs. go, Cal., says: “ Shiloh’s Catarrh Rem
1.649 in the county, urging them to be pres
next be found walking away with a naval offivers to Paris President Carnot Kimball, 8 P ....................
day evening. The general public wel edy is the first medicine I have ever about 10,000.000 feet of logs up the
Capt. J. W. Crawford, once a resi
said: “ You already have heard, Mes Kimsey, L O ................................ 1,326 ent at the teachers meeting in Dallas
come at all three meetings
found that would do me any good.” Luckiumute, which will be taken out dent of Dallas, is liable to be soon su- halter and somebody» horse at the oth sieurs. at Toulon, the expression and Kirkpatrick, J E ........................
1,450 October 28th, and prepared to express
when the waters are ripe for it.
lerseded as Indian agent at the Uma er end of it, the sequel of the whole be good will of the French government Kliever, Franz..........................
The Salem markets are now in full Price 50 cents.
2,890 an opinion as to any desirable changes
supply, with lower prices. Fat hens
and also that of the people in the dis- ~ » t * . '
3,260 •a the present course of study All
The government has in course of
There were only 235 votes at Mon tricts through which you passed and Leasia, J B
new sell at 7 cents, wheat iB down to construction in different parts of the perance union are Chas. Meyer, Miss
700 teachers will agree that it is desirable
8. J. Tracy, between Salem and In-
day’s city elect» n, while there should while throughout the nation you will J-®?» “ **
45 and all its products lower in pro union about xeventyfive costly public
4,700 to have a regular graded course of
lependence, from two acres of ground
have been over 300. In the first ward everywhere meet with the same sincere Leitch, John............
portion. The best butter goes at 25 buildings and authority has been given
725 study to be followed throughout the
look twentythree hales of hops of about
32 said water works and 36 were op cordial welcome. This friendship which Levens. E
and eggs have risen to 27. The hop to begin about fifty more.
1.650 county, but how to arrange such a
Miss Williams, the teacher, was call 170 pounds each.
posed. In ward two the improvement has been drawn closer by a touching Levens, Isaac................••••
market has been lively, a large amount
ara course that it will fit school terms of
ed to McMinnville Monday by the sud
O m a h a , Neb., May 5, 1891.
W. J. Wagner whose hand was se was favored by 49 and 35 said they demonstration of which our fleet was Lewis, E E . ..............................
changing hands from 16 to 18 cents.
different lengths may be a puzzling
I have tried a great many remedies den death of her aunt. Miss Inez verely hurt some time ago has received were willing to risk their own wells. the object at Cronstadt is growing Loewens, Jacob........................
question. A full discussion of tbs
Mauy a Polk county man is now for headache, aud Krause's Headache Vaughn taking her place in the school $15 from the accident company in Sixty denizens of the third ward «’ant
stronger every day. May the loyal in- Lyle, A A . ................
3.000 matter after deliberate thought by each
down to financial bedrock because too Capsules knock it quickei than any room.
which he was insured.
ed more water and 23 were satisfied tercharge our feelings and friendship Lynch, I V . . .
700 teacher is very apt to result in at least
much of his earnings have been spent thing I ever tried,
D. W. M c V ea .
A. S. Locke, of Independence, goes
by inspiration to all who have at heart Lyons, T E.
600 a Strong tendency in that direction
Boating is now a lively business on with what they had.
at the dram shop, the card table or in
A young man sent 91 to a firm of
1,251 As it is the pupil who moves from one
the Willamette, from three to five
The Chautauquans will meet with the benefit of peace, confidence and se- Martin, L B.
other profitless aud senseless ways,
swindlers in New Yqrk to learn how to
1,435 district to another seldom finds studies
boats a day passing each way along Mrs. Daly next Tuesday evening. The curity.” In welcoming the visi ors to Mason' I T
How many young men among us have
make money without •work. He re to southern Oregon with her sister, old Polk’s eastern shore.
1,429 and classes so arranged that be can
present members of the circle are Mrs. the chamber of deputies the vice pres- McCarter, Henry......................
started in the same direction und how
ceived a card on which was printed
dent said : “ We address with the en- McCracker, T E
620 drop in them and go right along He
many of them will ever amount to any
You have no moral right to wear J. F. Groves, Mrs. J. D. Smith, Mrs tire nation our respectful homage to McDonald, D B
“ Fish for suckers, the same as we do.
500 must be pushed* ahead beyond his
The Lafayette Ledger has gone dead,
A. K. Wilson, Mrs. F. H. Morrison
1.000 capacity, or be kept back of where he
but Yamhill still has six papers, which
Mrs. D. P. Stouffer, Mrs. J. J. Daly tlie czar and our sympathy to the na- McDonald, D S.
H. B. Plummer this week bought
897 naturally belongs, There ia by no
ia at least two more than there ought
Mrs. W. L. Wells, Miss Grace Chapin tion, the army and navy ” A vast McDonald, C
for Meeker & Son nearly 20,000 pounds please remember our proposition to to be, fo; half a dozen of them cannot and who need the money.
9,380 means enough uniformity in taaching.
Rev. 8. A. Starr, Jas. Wilson and D, concourse of people around the public Miller, M onroe...
take wheat delivered at any mill or
of hons as follows: A L Shreve 1,4<K>
1,112 Some make a hobby of one thine and
The A. O. U. W ’s are to have a grand P. Stouffer. They have a four years buildings immediately closed behind Miller, E T
warehouse in the county at 60 cents a flourish in that county.
at 17}, Whatford <fe Stone 6,000 at 17
650 some of another and some allow schol
time at Perrydale next Wednesday ev course of about six hooks each year, tlie carriages occupied by the Russian Miller, H erm an.. . .
bushel. Here is a good chance for
and Horatio Morrison 12,000 pounds
2,839 ars to drag along any way. While tbe
cuing and would give a cordial wel and meet weekly for study, recitation officers until the crush was so great Miller, W W
those anxious to pay.
at 18 cents. The result will be many
1,340 symmetry of a well graded city school
come to bretiiren froui all around.
and criticism. Those who are in ear the vehicles were carried forward by Miller, W P
You can get this paper and the New satisfaction, has been changed in loca
a dollar scattered around this neigh
the throng of men, women and child Moore, O V ..............
1,000 cannot be reached it can be approach
nest reap great benefit from it.
ren running beside the carriages and Morrison, J C ..........
borhood and times will gradually get York World a year for $2.50 or the
780 ed and much better teaching be done
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Pfau in
I tem izes and the Cosmopolitan, which as to given better draft.
D am aged W h ea t.
grasping the hands of the Russian of Morrison, H ............
934 that at present in many of our coun
is about like Harper’s Monthly for on
750 try schools. Before long new text
T. J. Jackson, who taught in Dallas
A telegram from Tacoma says
It ficers, who often rose from the seats, Morrison, J P ..........
The assessor should have a knowl
ly $3 a year. Now is the time to ar last year, is attending the normal visiting C. W. Stump aud family on the is estimated that 10 per cent, of the waved hats, aud shouted : "Vive Nos Morrison, M ............
9,186 books are to be introduced or the pres
edge of all of every man s properly, si
range for your winter reading.
1,150 ent ones approved and each teacher
school, and so is his brother. Their
new wheat coming here from eastern Bons Amis Les Francais.” To those Muir A McDonald..
as to make a fair assessment, aud if
P785 should come to said meeting prepared
Edward J. Young and Mrs. Mollie Washington and Oregon is damaged so Russian cheers the crowd replied by Mulkey, B F ............
Stewart M> ore, a tin horn gambler mother came down from Douglas coun
any one manages to cover up a part of
ty to keep house for them.
600 to express his preference in the matter
Deaton, of the commercial center, have badly that it will he u fit for milliag cries of: “ Vive Nos Bons Amis Les Muscott, H E ..........
his possessions, it is the duty of the well known in Dallas, was last week
Russes.” Altogether the scene was Myer, G W ..............
2,647 If the parents of the county could ap-
board of equalization, or after that of arrested in Corvallis upon the charge
Postmaster Grant has advertised let jumped into the same canoe and will purposes. Eighteen thousand sacks of
unprecedented in the history of the Nie«’ J H ..................
2,300 preciate how much betti r off their
the sheriff, to unearth it am) compel ot vagrancy, the specifications being ters for J. W. Anderson. C. F. Bueh- hereafter paddle down the stream o' such wheat are now lying in the ware world.
6,000 children would be under a regular
house. And a Colfax paper »ays that
such men to pay their just share of that lie wandered about the streets ler, E. Bernhard, Geo. Chroley, Mrs. life as partners.
Nunn, J B ................
954 graded course of study most of them
without any visible means of support V. C. Cook, B. F. Gilliam, Frank Ivie,
When you want fine watchwork conservative men acquainted with the
Parker, L C ..............
L U C H IA M U T B .
725 would be warmly in for it. If your
conditions estimate that the destruc
or lawful occupation.
VV. F. Ivie and Eden E. Watson.
I have never beeu able to procure
Penner, J a cob .-----
800 teacher is what he or she ought to be
tion of wheat through the recent rains
There will be a special school elec
any medicine that would relieve me of
From the Parker warehouse about
570 there will be shown an earnest desire
in l’alutise, Potlatch and Hangman sick.
Phillips, T D ............
rheumatic pains like Chamberlain's tion at the court house next Monday fortyfive car loads of wheat have beeu
2,541 in the direction indicated. Teachers
regions will exceed 5,000,000 bushels
J. F. Holman and family went to Plummer, H B ........
Pain Balm. I have also used it for to authorize the directors to borrow sold and slurped, the prices ranging
3,285 should b« ashamed to come to tbe
and all that is harvested will be mar
lame back, with great success. It is $308 to pay for patent desks brought from 45 to 48 cents, and there is still
Reddekopp, W m ........................ 2,554 meeting saying they have had no
Miss Brigg, the Grand Ronde agen keted as rejected wheat that being the Dallas.
the best liniment I have ever used, and some months ago. The desks were a about 60,000 bushels of grain there.
Reddekonp, D avid.. ..............
4,497 thought on tbe subject and are not
cy teacher who came in one of marry instructions to agents of the elevator
Mr. Lsmon, who lives near here, has R jnJtnn’ u p 1 ...................
I take pleasure in recommending it to necessity and we presume no oue will
1,468 prepared to express an opinion.
ing an Indian, has gene back to her companies. In many parts of Palouse another girl.
Remington, R C .......................
my friends. M rs . E mily T horne , To vote against procuring the means to
old eastern home and may yet conde not over 10 per cent, of the wheat has
Joe Tetherow and wife visited Ball Richmond, S J ............................ 4,210
B U E N A V IS T A .
ledo, Washington. For sale by drug pay for them.
lieen threshed and hauled, a half has
boyB, now in the penitentiary, last sceud to marry some white man.
Richmond estate........................ 7,560
No drunkard’s wite or gambler’s week left Colfax, Washington, for
The hops a -e most all sold near he-e
W. A. Pike, who has lived in Spring been cut and of this a large proportion
1,000 at from 16} to 18 centa.
J. B. Scrafford took a load of apples Riggs, 8 P . .
The charter members of the whist wife can be happy, because his habits another world by the ino-phine route. Valley for thirty years, came in Mon never will be cut. Of the stacked grain
Riley, J D .....................
but little will be good for much. Ac to town this week.
club are: Chas. F. Belt, I. T. Mason, and associations naturally make it oth
Mis. Carrie Hall, of Halls Ferry, has
Al. Graham has been over from Sa
Riley A Coad................
R. E. Williams, C. G. Coad, J. F. erwise. The woman who marries a lem this week. His wife is a sister of year and se» ure the weekly visits of cording to reports the Colfax local mar
been visiting her uncle, Elmer Hall.
Will Ward took a load of apples to| Robbins, G H.
Clark, L. L. Shreve, J. H. Townsend, man that drinks or gambles under Mrs. E. L. Delashmutt, and they lived this paper for another twelve months.
Every house in Buena Vista is full
Robbins, M L ............
C. C. Kirkpatrisk, O. B. Hayter, H. B. promise that he will reform takes
for years on Salt creek on the Henry
aud a dozen or more might be used to
The board of equalisation adjourned
James McEldowney returned from Robbins, J R
Cosper, E. Hayter, Chas. Syron, H. L. very dangerous risk. Prudence would Clanfield plach which he sold to Sam.
Rowcliffe, G e o ..
Wednesday after finding quite an
H t.iu « » * » n d S a d d le r y .
Fenton, W. G. Wright, U. S Grant, V say either wed one of well known good Coad.
Rowell, C O ..........
T. 8. Coffey at Perrydale keeps ot,
amount of unassessed property and
E. 8 Longasre ie again around
P. Fiske, J. Q. Kirkpatrick, O. J. Cos habits or remain single.
Savage, W m .
though he goes on crutches. Hia brok
Last call: All persons indebted to will again take up the subject at the hand good eastern stock or will mak' quite sick with the croup.
per, C. C. Doughty, Geo. Conkey, H.
Mrs. A. Lewis, of Oak Grove, writes
Sears, J G. .
en limb is healing as nicely as could
me by note or account are hereby re next regular meeting of the county to order anything you want in thorn
G. Campbell, Fred. Toner.
to 'ts as follows : “ That big sunflower
lines. Be sure to see his goods an<
Pastures in this section are reported | Hears, J M
quested to come promptly forward and commissioners.
Shaw, E M
learn his prices before buying els< - as being better than usual.
The boundaries of the school dis of Mrs. Elkins did well, but when our pay as I am greatly in need of money
Miss Mary 8hives retu.-ned from
Shaw, W T
tricts of Lincoln county are badly mix twelve foot hollyhock peeped over the to pay my bills. Bo so doing you will was in Salem the other day figuring whore.
Scotland last Saturday, where sbe has
L. O. Stockman, of Monmouth,
ed. In many cases the boundary lines
save additional costs.
J, B. N unn
been going to school for about a year
■ m buying several hundred acres of
working on Helmick’s tile factory.
A DEPOPULATED BOOM OITT.
and one half.
overlap each other and in one instance ing up so much higher, it got discour
choice ground for hops. Such an
one district is wholly swallowed up by
School opened the 2nd inst. with
another. Ia another case, according thoroughbred Light Brahmas took in the Portland exposition last Wednes that industry in this region.
M r . Storms aa principal and Mist Her
iting the sound and here is what he and preparing to build some new fence.
to the maps recently made from the
bert as assistant. They are getting
Miss Hattie Mulkey who is teaching Smith S R
residence of the editor of this paper,
O. C. Simpson came iu Monday and writea to the Perrydale Patriot about
Benton county records, a certain
alopg nicely with some 50 pupils
The Yamhill county court has taken
one of its unfortunate towns. The edi at Dixie, reports an enrollment of 48 Smith' C W
school house is two miles outside of a step worthy of imitation in many
Rev. Potter is on tbe M. E. church
tor of this pa|ier was there in 1886
Smith’, M E
the district in which it is supposed to other counties, Polk included. Be Wash. A whole housekeeping outfit his father, Marshall Simpson, at Elk when the place waa merely a steamboat PUP*1*-
w„rk at this place and Independence,
was presented to them.
cause of the heavy expense of frivo
is comfortably settled here and seems
who lives with her son, Isaac, where landing with one store and three out gathering the applet on bis ranch Smith, E J ..................
lous criminal prosecutions arising in
to be the right man in the right place.
Mrs. R. F. McKee and her son, Ed., Uncle Mid Simpson settled so many dwellings. “ Anaeortes, poor dying Friday.
About 3 o’clock the other morning justice courts, it lias been determined
Smith, J D ..............
are out from Kansas on a visit. They years ago.
Anaeortes. Three years ago it was one
Stanley, H B ...................
some ungodly lover of yellow legged that hereafter no claim coming up
D. M. Hewitt and family were out fo
of the most prosperous town on the
Methodist chickens was prowling from said courts shall be allowed ex used to live on the Brown place east
Stanwood, E C .................
She was born at the present home of
of town. Her son, Henry, lives north
For several years the trip from Port
Stevens, H B ..................
around the hen roosts of T. A. Farley cept where good and sufficient bonds
her father, Dr. J, R. Situs, in Dallas
of winter fruit,
and his neighbor, Mr. Ganfield. May have been given by the prosecuting of Dixie and her daughter, Mrs. Mary land to Chicago has cost 972, but now as Seattle. It is beautifully located on
Stouffer, D P ...................
nearly twenty three years ago aud re
Walker, lives out on the Luckiam i e. you can get a round trip ticket for 950. Fidalgo Island, which is one of the
Mrs. A. J. Harmon who haa been Stump, O H .......................
be he was just feeling the fowls to see witness or the proceedings have been
ceived her education here, in Prineville
The purpose of the reduction ia to
sick with rheumatism since July 27tb, Suitor, R .......................
if they were fat enough for market. through and under the advice and con
and at the state normal tchooL At
•till unable to work.
Tatom, Thoe ...................
This is to certify that about a dozen sent of the district attorney or his le main in Kansas, but the balance o ' the catch the last poor soul who wanted to ud contains one of the bent harbors ou
Prineville she was a student of Prof. G,
imily prefer Oregon.
see the world’s fair but was financially
old shot guns around town have been gally appointed deputy.
A. Stanley, now principal of Lincoln
Miss Nellie Holman, who is attend Tatom estate 8 E ............
ition of nearly 8.000, now it would stir
loaded up to give a warm reception to
school in Tacoma. But little mors
The editor of the Cbehalem Valley-
a person to find 800, but I believe that ing school at Monmouth, was out visit Teats, A W .......................
Last week the senate undertook a
midnight visitors. Some women folks
thsn a year ago they were married and
Times disagreed with a ncighlior abon'
The educational letter in this issue in what the population is now supposed ing her parents Sunday.
Thurston, A. ..................
can use a gun as well as a broomstick.
began the journey of wedded life with
til the silver matter should be disposed the sun flower and whipped the fellow from Miss Nellie Collins will interest to be. Hcontains 25 milesof graded and
H. Mulkey is replowing his summer Tillotson estate ................
bright prospects, each being both cap
Being short of funds the newspapei all teachers and many a parent. It tanked streets, 12 miles of motor line
fallow and will no doubt raise an ex
Last week’s Klickitat Sentinel said
able and inclined to lead a life of use
that I. C. Darland left Wednesday for durance, the silver men having the ad man will edit his paper from the conn- 'shows how the foundation for an edu- that was used, one day and no more. cellent crop the coming year.
C o m p o s it io n o o W o r k .
fulness. For some time she had been
Portland to make arrangements for vantage, for it was hard for the repeal
an invalid at tbe home of her parents
The people of Lewisville are making
shipping a new twentyeight inch Ad 1 advia’ates to keep a quorum present. who pronounced the sentence will lieui in our land. Teachers can profitably Portland the other two in Seattle,
and last Thursday passed on to a better
quilt for the church. For the iiim
vance seperator and a twelve horse Senator Allen, of Nebraska, spoke for from his nib* in a future issue. He i- file it away for a second and even third ’robably 9300,000 worth of buildings
15-vear old hoy, and he broke forth in
are vacant. Many fine residences, of 10 cents one can have his name in- the following: “ Work ia hard on a world. Elder Fisher conducted a short
power to Ed. 8ni|ies, James M urphy,! fiteen hours and other anti gold bugs promised a royal roast.
funeral service and a train of sorrowing
blocks of scrilied thereon.
Joseph Kinney and James Hunter. It were loaded in like manner. At the
boy's feet. He keeps goin’ all around ftinnds followed the remains to tbe old
Sometime ago the wool pickers s'
Portland pugilism has received a three or four whole
The wild oats are beginning to make and all over it till he’s so tired out he
is somewhat late in the season to he end of thirty eight hours’ consecutive several San
Francisco warehouse* , black eye f om which it will not soon wooden and fine brick buildings,
Dallas cemetery where she will sleep
buying separators, but these gentle- session the administration leaders had struck for higher wages and women recover. Eight men there were fined one, the Anscortes Hotel, costing the ground look green, but if the went« to go a fishin’. When a boy has until the resurrection mom beside her
mens’ crops are suffering from the to give up the attempt to force a vote were temporarily substitu'ed until nth- 91.000 eace for engaging in, aiding or 930,000, hss not been occupied for two wi-atber be favorable for cultivating to dig his pa’s taters in the fail is the
brother and grand parents. Her grand
rains, with no hope of relief from oth- si.d submit to adjournment The Uni er arrangements could be made. Tlie\ a>>et<ing prise fighting The governor years. I am told this whole building this fall, they will not be so heavy as heat time to go shootin’ ducks. Work father Richard M. May was elected
sr machines, and they wsre in a mens- te«! States’ senate is said to be the most gave » ch general satisfaction that ha» commuted their tines to 950 each can lie rented for 95 a month. Cheap usual the coming year.
is hard and it made Tim Burk’s moth treasurer of this county for the fourth
ure compelled to buy or run the chaa- dignified b<*l.v in the world, but it does they h ive been permanently employ upon the condition that they w II nev enough some will say, but noone wants
J. F. Holman has lost two and had er bust her corset strings over a wash time and (’ ied in office some seventeen
ces of losing their whole crops.
some very foolish things.
ed. Tim* little by litt e does woman’* er again engage in anything of tl • it even at that. The Vendome and the third sheep mangled by dogs. The tub while her daughter waa playin’ ou years ago.
Keystone hotels are two large, three
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sphere of independence and usefiilue. * kind.
sheep were of fine stock, he paying 910 apee.annei. Writin’ this peace for
story wooden buildings that would be
for one. Th»t is not! ing, 910 for a the teacher ia work and I got to quit.
meal for a 9100 dog, as all the doge are The Chinese must go because they
The following letter has been going j
well worth that sum now. Then the work, and when a furriner’s work keeps
the rounds as indicating the perils of »
man that owni the dogs don’t pey the hia hands soft and be can’t work his
^ y - T E o r SO. .
country patient. said to have been re- |
nead its time for hia feet to be in '|Uir« h«r« or of Kph
910 any way.
ceived by a city physician: "Dear
C M. Brown hat got tired of drying
dock I hav a pashnnt whose phi*i< o! i
apples in the sunshine and the showere,
sines show that tlie windpipe haa ul- |
NOW C k lO S O
mostly ebowera, and haa emplojred A.
cerated off and his lung have drop into
W ashington , Oct, 16.—The house
J. Harmon to erect him a good dryer. this afternoon passed the McCreary
1 his stumick. he is unable to twoller j
W O W * ■ HI
He intende to dry things Brown now. hill, with the amendments offered by 11 h i « th* I ___
and I fear his stnmick tube is gon. I
U m Co.nty Ormrt, of I
school uss. Long cloaks ranging (mm 93 upward. Values He is going to have H, Mulkey to de
hav giv him everything without »-fleck
Geary and Caminettl. The bill, as U m 1SU> á , 7 h M
horn his cattle, so he won’t have to passed, extends the provisions of tbe
bis father is wealthy, Onerable and in- |
roof the earth to slielter five cows sod Geary law six months, defines Chinese
fiewenshal. he is an active member off
another cow. In the case of cattle with laborers and Chinese merchants, makes
the M. E. Chirsch and god note I dont UMBRELLA*.
T. HOLVERSON è CO.,
horns, one lays in the abed and the mandatory photographic identifications
want to loose him. What that I du■ PRESS GOODS.
othere out side, Cows with horne are requires marshals to carry out orders
! ana buy returned male, yours in
vicious and rude, while cows without for dsportatioD.’aod excludes China
U sed ia M illions o f
horns ara gentle and good.
men convicted of felony from ptemie-
ABSO LU TELY PURE
MISSES SCHOOL CLOAKS.
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