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, m o h . 30, 1900.
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A V .
A S H
K iu rott AMI» PBOPKIKToH.
SU B S C R IPT IO N R A T E S :
r> I 50 ................................... Per y<*ar
$ 7 5 ......................... Per nix months
4<l ........ .................P e r th re e m on th s
Advertising rates imnle known on
application. Correspondence is solicit-
Fine Job Printing done at reasonable
lm o st
every county in tliis#con-
grersionil district Inis a republican
candidate of ils own to whom »he c o n
gressional delegates will bo pledged.
Mr. Tongue will probably have the
largest initial following but by no
men ns enough to nominate him W hat
combinations the others may form to
defeat cun now he only a matter of
And while they aro row
ing among Iheimelves some good dem
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it is not uncommon
for a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin
ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon It. the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs.
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty-
cent and one dollar >
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet tell Horn« ot Swamp- Root.
ing all about it, including many of the
thousands o f testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilm er
Ri C o ., Binghamton, N . Y ., be sure and
mention this paper.
Joe Craton lias been sick
been against it. The novelty of the fices to obtain them.
thing made it notorious and copies of '
SM IT H FIELD.
the paper were eagerly sought for.
Farmer* all plowing.
The great preponderance of judgment
Noll-in. tall a lae&l
emedy or change of cli-
| mate will cure
Allie Sevier has returned from med
ical treatment in Salem.
Mr. OiLon is Hit new school direc
tor in the Outline district.
Ernest Thurston Inis nil incubator
and will build it prune dryer.
Mrs. Clms. McCnltli. of Moro, is vis
iting the home of Harvey Gage.
T h e Specific Is
Ely’* Cream Balm
Men and teams are in demand and
a general scarcity of help it noticable.
Jules Hannuin h is retired from the
hop business and will plow up hit hop
Farm crop and all kinds of fruits are
in good condition and promise a good
that struggle amount to about 17,000
W hile in Portland hist week Pby
men on the English side.
Simpson purchased a new thirty-horse
A st Kit the costly and otherwise hit
Some of our farmers are going to
ter experience of so ninny men who
test the merits of the new forage plant
have gone off aflor mining excite hromus inernus.
ments, it seems strange that so many
Postmaster Simpson has advertised
others are still eager to go. How mil- j for bids for carrying the mail from
ny who went from Oregon to th e ' Peedee to Huver.
Clondiko came hack better oir than
J. W. Yost was doing bus!nest- i » oi.r
when they went? The Cape Nome northeastern suburb,commonly known
prospects nio not more glittering as A iil e, lost week.
than they were, uiid the outcome to
Mr. Simpson b is been untiri g in
the large majority who go is very apt bis efforts to «4 cure better mail facil
to be just us disappointing. Perhaps ities for our coummunity.
Our sheepmen are jubulant over an
fifty Polk county men are bout on go
ing to Cape Nome. In tbe end many unusual increase of their Hocks, with
a very small percentage of loss.
nf them will regrot not having stayed
Stock buyers use offering $5.50 a
bead for good sheep and our farmers
refuse to sell even at that liberal price.
R k p u ii i . i c XN primaries will lie held
Walter Kinsey bad quite a gash cut
nil over the county nt 2 o’clock next
aliove his right eve recently, by being
Friday. Hlnewd, vigilant, active |«>li- •truck with a stick of wood he was
tician, will aim to have things so ar trying to split.
ranged in advance as to have the con
H. b Hastings receutly found a
vention composed of men in their fa number of apples that had romained
vor. Too often their interests demand on the tree all winter and were yet
the selection of some slick, slippery
W m . Herrington was recently quite
men that can lie manipulated to do
seriously injured by falling from the
unn.anl. things, if necessary, rather
• kidway at Byerley’s saw mill, where
than taking the most honorable and he was at work.
reliable man in a community. The
T j . H. Simpson will superintend the
only way to guard against such things construction of roads in the camps of
is for everybody to turn out to the pri- the Spaulding logging company on
the upper Luckiatmile.
marirs and see to it that none but
John K itiler killed a cougar last
good men are sent to the convention
week that measured six feet from tip
In union there is strength, whil.i di of tail to end ef nose. The animal
ha 1 killed a number of bis sheep.
vided farce is apt to fail in ils efforts.
W hile democrats and
disagreed on some points, the cardi
nal principles of the two parties are
not unlike. Neither is now strong
enough to cn|>e with republicanism in
nationsl atfiirs, and il each goes into
the Kghl on its own hook, larth are
sure to sutler defeat. But by combin
ing forces and influences great re-
44 He That Any Good
Should H at * pood health. T u rt, rich
blood is the first requisite. Hood’s Sarsa-
paruU. by gM ng good blood and good
health» has helped many a man to * jcc ess,
besides grving strength and courage to
4women evho, before talking it, could not
M A R K E T R E PO R T .
(rorvucU d weekly by M U Howl.)
W heat, per bushel,40 cU.
Bran, per ton $12.
Shorts, |»er ton, $14.
Oats, per bushel, 30 cts.
Flour, per 10 barrels, #2 bo.
Flour, per sack, 75c.
Buckwheat Hour, $2.60 per cwt.
Germca, $t 50 per cwt.
Corn meal, $2 60 per cwt.
(CorTRctod w«wkly by Brown k Son
Potatoes, per bushel, 3 5 cts.
Butter, per pound, 15 cts.
Lard, per pound, 9 4 1 0 eta.
Bacon,slues, per pound, 9(410 <-U
Hams, per pound, 12(416 uta.
Shoulders, per pound, 8(4 10 uta.
Egg*, per doien, 8 } eta.
Chickens, per doien, ♦ lu ll!
Dried fruits, per pound, 1J cl*.
Beets, per pound, 1 cent*
Turnip*, per pound, 1 cts.
Cahhagt, per pound, 2 } cts.
Onions, per pound, 2 eta.
Beans, per pound, -<$»5 cents.
Corn meal, per pound,2k cts.
Hay, per ton, |li,sf!t
is sold by all druggists on guarantee
first bottle benefits or money back.
Book on heart and nerves sent free.
Dr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart. Ind,
I t I n quickly absorbed
Give* relief at once,
ft open* and cleanses the
| Heals and Protect*, the
' Membrane. Kestores the
| Souses of Taste and Smell. No injurious drug. Reg
ular size, 60 cents; Family size, i l or by mail
F.LY BUOTHKK8, 6« War.en Street, New York.
W ood Notice.
COLD'N head ;
S h e riff’s Sale.
10 acres in the south side of Dallas,
. all set in fruit of best varieties ; 2k
acres ill Italian prunes; apples, [tears,
grape* and a great variety of small
I fruits; good house, barn, etc; a spleu
did home in fine location. Price, $1,-
1 } acres just north of independence
set in fruit of choice varieties and
coming into good hearing; land very
j rich and productive ¡’ live room cot
Inge and other buildings; $200 insur
ance on house. A bargain at $350.
A line prune orchard in full bear-
| ing ; prune dryer, store house, barn,
o t ic e is h e r e b y g i v e n
i . Alonzo
Brown, have been appointed executor of th »
testament o f M. C.
ed. All person.* indebted to the said estate will make
immediate payment to me.and all those having claims
again«* tin-same, will present them, duly anthenti
me at my store in Dallas, Oregon,
within six months from the date of thin not ce.
ALO N ZO BROWN, Executor.
Dxted at Dallas. March 5M, 1H00.
Sibley A Eakin, attorneys for estate.
small fru it; 1}
60 acres with flue house which cost
$1.800; good barn and other build
ings ; line spring and spring branch;
water could ho taken into house; a
splendid farm for a dairy or gout
ranch ; a good orchard ; 1} miles from
W e have farms suitable to all needs
and can furnish utmost anything de
sired in the real estate line.
I f you want .took ranches, fruit
lands, dairy farina, timber lands nr
homes, write to us or come and see us.
Corner Main and Oak streets, Dallas, Oregon.
A ll kinds of iron and wood work done. Special atten
wagon and carriage repairing. Bicycle lepair-
j ing neatly done, Horse shoeing a specialty. A ll kinds of
| plow and saw grinding done. Goods kept in stock for sale,
i Full line of bicycles and sundries. Full line of buggies
and a stock of J, I. Case plows. We also sell valvoline oils,
¡cylinder oil, engine oil and harvester oil. Best on earth at
E xecu tor’s Notice.
etc; a great variety of
mil* s from rnilroad.
THE IRON CLAD
« IL L R B C FIVR S E A LE D BIDS ON Sft TIE R S
of two foot oak grub wood and 15 Hern of two
foot body hr wood, to he delivered and c.»riled up in
the woodshed at the public school house not later
than September Ibth
Rids will be opened Mo* day,
A p r il’i n 'I
B oari reserves the right to reject anv
H. O. C AM PBELL,
Clerk of school district No. 2.
Miss Mnggie Riddle has an incuba
May Cooper, who has been staying
against them. The question now is
tor and Miss Towns is again teaching.
will the people at large knuckle to
Considerable plowing and seeding
said would he ruli-rs or shall H im will
lias been done and crops are looking
of the peoplo bo carried out by the
PE ED EE .
government «clin g in good fsitli in the
A couple of Portland wholesale met*
Dave Grunt lias bought the Mitchel
promises made to the inhabitants of
chants have kem around taking or
ranch near Peedee.
P u rl« Kico.
Otto Kan has bought 100 acres of
T. J. Guthrie and wife were sudden
There is just now comparative quiet land on the upper Peedee.
ly culled to the bedside of her mother
in South African military aflairs. The
Mrs. Nick Tarter, of Corvallis, was Mrs. McDowell.
British are waiting to get good and doing business in Peedee this week.
Mrs. Cobh, Mrs. Sloan, and Forest
Wages in all of the logging camps Barnes and wife have been visiting
ready bofore making their advances
are better tlinn they were last year.
d ie 'to w n s fam ily.
and the Boers are acting mainly on
the defensive. Ten thousand me re
Britisli horses for cavalry, artillen and
wagon service are now enroute there,!
to say nothing of inimlierless troops
Nothing more limy lie done until they
are ’ ll needed positions. Thu los.c-
frmn all causes in connection with
Here are some of our offeri ngs:
Mrs Snyder is expected home from
Washington this week.
Every team from the three livery
stnhles and all privata conveyances in
John Krebs passed through enroute town were chartered Wednesday to
from W’oods to Portland.
take people to the Bryan speaking in
Salem. Besides that the motor came
There was snow on the mountains
oyer and took a load to go by boat
southwest of us Monday.
The recent soaking rains are good
f >r gardens and late grain.
AN T IO C H .
C L IM AT IC
Mrs. T. Osborn has been quite sick.
Great Variety of County and City Property for Saieor Exchange.
Loans Made and Insurance Written.
W . II. W ild has gone to Portland
The children of Jesse Yost and W in.
to prepare for his trip to Cape Nome. I
Bush have been under the weather.
The Miller family have moved into
Our literary society meetings on
Maturduy evenings are largely attend - 1 their new house on the former Till-
i t I suffered for twenty-five years from
heart trouble, and tried endless reme
Several sound apples were found on i Doug. Hanna and family will seon
dies without relief. I steadily grew
a tree in Hi* orchard of 15. L. Hast- move into the house fermerly occu-
worse and became unable to lie
down; my heart would palpitate and
ings last wer k.
flutter, and at times it seemed as
A pleasant farewell party recently
Ed Taylor has sold his stock ranch
though I could not get my breath. I
and will go to Wiulock, Washington, ¡occurred at the home of W. H. Wild
used three bottles of Dr. Miles’ Heart
anil wife, who will shortly leave for
Cure, and thank God I am enjoying
to work in a logging camp.
good health as a result. It cured me.
j Cap* Nome.
M r s . E lla 8 c h in d h «tm , M t . V e r n o n , la ; $ 2
SH E R ID AN.
The Mnnk, dosser, Putnam and
Al. Yooom was in town Saturday.
Moores and Mrs. 8 . 1) Gibson have 1»
Joe Brown has quit the hotel busin- grippe, and Miss W heeler is reported
very low with appendicitis.
willing to make concessions and sacri
Seal Us late Agency. '
C d^r L. (oilinj
C. E. Hanna, wife and parents hive
Mis. Emma Pitman is teaching us
moved into Mr. W ild’s house.
s good school.
Our school house is furnished with
(feat shearing over and the mohair
new desks and a map of Oregon.
will go into the Dallas poal.
forms may be brought about. As to
what the opposition think of such
combination, it matters not to those
who earnestly favor reforms and are
There are several cases of the
among shrewd publishers is that had
it been continued it would have dwin mumps here.
Frank S u r jis is up from Alscs
dled away as soon as the novelty
working for his father.
Quite a crowd from here went to
T hu hulk of the press throughout hear Bryan apeak in .Salem.
the laud liavo spoken in opposition to
Dr. You ok was out I he other day to
the republican lùgli tariff Puerto Iti see a sick horse of (Jm. Sturgis.
Geo. and Jim Myer are going t<*
bosses blame the newspapers tor mold start to Wallowa county the first of
ing so strong n public sentiment next week.
Year * •
Geo. Chapman has been s h e a rin g ’
goats for Am ie S on th w ick .
Another real estate firm in town,
Raleigh A Cuin.
R kv . S h e l d o n s experiment of run
ning a Christian daily paper at T o p e
ka, Kansas, for a week is now a mat
ter ol history. The bulk of comment
as to llie propiidles in the case have
S u ffe re d
C. C. Hanna is visiting his daugh
ter near Liberty.
Reuben Martini's lias been sowing
ocrat may slip into congress.
it their home.
The Grandest Assortment
of Elegance in
MENS’ SPRING ATTIRE
Is now ready for inspection. Am showing the
world renowned R O Y A L T A IL O R S ' and other
makes, Call and see.
W M . RUSTON,
Resident Agent, Dallas, Or.
N o tic e is h e re b y g iv e n th a t b y vtr-1 .
tue o f an ex ecu tio n a n d o rd e r o f aale j
du ly iaaued ou t o f and under the hand '
and seaJ o f the cle rk o f the circu it
court o f the s ta te o f O regon, fo r P o lk
R E P O B T ,
county, Department No. 2, bearing date the
In the county court of the state of Oregon
23rd Jay of March, A . D., 1900, and to me di
Following is the report of the Dallas public school for the monili ending
rected in a certain suit iiending in said court, j for the county of Polk.
In the matter of the estate of Jane Richard Mch. 23, 1‘JOO;
wherein the Board ot (.'ouunitMtouers for the
sale of school and university lands and for
T oJ .Q -A . Richardson, Sarah E. Birdsell,
the investment of the funds arising therefrom
I and Warren Birdsell, her husband, Frank
is plaintiff, and John Bums, Jennie M.
Richard*:>n. Emma A . Fullerton and R
Jones, M. M. Jones and M. W . Jones are de 1 Fullerton, her husband, and Fred Huntley.
fendants, commanding me to sell the herein
after described real property, I will on
N T H E N A M E O F T H E S T A T E OF =
S a t u r d a y , h a B * fh d a y o f A o r l l ,
j Oregon, you are hereby cited and required to
of 1 o’clock, . p. . m.,
There was a good attendance and 1900, at . . the hoar
p ro fit,!h ie tim e a t th e B r id g e p o r t S u n - d»y. >«11 » t public auction at the front door
room thereof, at Dallas, in the comity of Polk,
! t the
A iin lt* ru
n irf Iwviiau
the p city
of f 1 Dalla.«,
day school convention.
in said Polk county, state of Oregon, to *he on Monday, the 2nd clay of April, 1900, at 1
in the afternoon of that day, then and
Rev. I. N. Mulkey and others will highest bidder for V . S. gold cein, cash in I o’clock
hand on day of sale, in the manner provided there to show cause, if any there he, why an
begin a series of meetings here on the ,,y law all Jhe rijM inUreHt and title which order should not I k * granted authorizing and
fourth Saturday of April.
said defendants, or either of them, and all
j persons claiming by, through or under them, proj»ertv of said estate, which is described as
had on the 18th day of December, 1890, the I follows, to-wit:
date of the mortgage foreclosed in said suit, | Tbe north one-half of the donation land
W ill T. Pearce preached at O ak or h »ve subsequently acquired, or now have, claim of Fnoch Richardson and Jane Richard* ^ I 1 Mrs. Morrison.
in and to the said mortgaged premises, de- I son. his wife, described as Not. No. 1,908,
Grove last Sunday.
1 scribed in said execution and decree as fob designated cu the plats and surveys as claim.
lows, to-wit: A ll that piece or parcel of land, No. 54, being part of section 18, in township
Merritt Norton is visiting a at t tbo
1116 known in the plats of the Uulted States sur* 6 south, range 1 west, and claim No. 44, being
home of George M. Porter.
I veys as Win. Sein ing * donation land claim, part of section 13 in township 6 south, range 5
T iacy 8 La ala
notification 2,459, claim 59, situated in town west, according to the official plat of survey
Charley and Dick Peaice have been < ship 9 south, range 5 went, of the Willamette j returned to the general land office by the sur
cutting wood for Andrew Verclir.
meridian, in Polk county, Oregon, more par- veyor general, being bounded and described
H. D. McDonald.
, ticularly described as beginning 6.94 chains I as follows, to-wit: Beginning at tbe southeast
M iss h fiie C D r k , o u r tea ch e r, Spent j north and 10.43 chains east of the point where i corner of said section 13, and running thence
15 j 0
ft fe w days at h e r h o m e la st w eek .
■ the quarter section line running east and west j north 40 chains, thence east -40 chains, thence
W . Parker.
through the center of section 30, in township north 21.49 chains, thence west 58.20 chains,
C h u rc h and S u n d a y sc h o o l a t th e 9, sooth, rang* 3 west, and section 25. of town
! chains to place of beginning, containing 179.50
W hole number day« attendance, 4,324; days absence, 189; tardies , 10; in-
— 11 ........... .. F ace next Sunday.
n tM Z ñ h
i acres, the amount of land herein descril>ed l»e-
| longing to deceased being 85.25 acres, more or rolled, 2ÍF7 ; v i»it« by directors, 3; neither absent nor tardy, 112; per cent of at
G eo rg e C h a p m an
was up in th e
T S E ' S E E ' less.
W IT N E S S , the honorable W . L. Wells,
n e ig h b o rh o o d last w eek sh e a rin g goa ts. 32.52 chains, thence south 79 degree* west 68
W m . P A R K E R , Principal.
judge of the county court of
chains, thence north 52degrees went 25 chain«,
the state of Oregon for the
H a r r y M c D o w e ll anti J a m es 1 hsn- thence north 18 degrees east 31.66 chains,
county of Polk, with the seal
e c ie h a v e g o n e to th e ir m in es in sou th - thence tast 76,68 ch*iu* to the place of begin-
of said court affixed, this 7th
ern O r e g o n .
ning, containing 320 acres more or less. A ls o
lay of February, A . D., 1900.
the south half of the northwest quarter of sec-
G rn in is lo o k in g fín e .
M o s t o f th e tion 36, in township 9 south, range 6 west *4 I A ttest: E. Hay ter, clerk.
D a l l a s ,
Penlaud and HUncharl
Are Made Miserable by W H A T THEY HAVE TO S A Y AB O UT en ni«*
over from Perry dale Isst Hatur-
THE DOINGS IN THE COUNTY.
d*y and will remain over next Sun
An U n w i L i l ' r d an d C o m p l e t e Re
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
su m e nf W h at You r Friends are
W E S T SALEM.
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
an d Have Been Lately D oing.
and cheerfulness soon
Our farmers made good use of the j
disappear when the kid
O U R S T A F F O F R USTLER S.
Women as Well as Men
THE POLK COUNTY ITEMIZER
p lo w in g is d o n e ,
and g a rd e n
m a k in g
is 111 •rtie r,
U r D i>.
. vt ,, ,,
* • R in g*® And wife, o f N o r th 8 * -
len t, s p en t la st S u n d a y w ith A . K .
S o u th w ick and w ife .
G o a t sh ea rin g is O ver in th is v ic in -
il y .
A . R N m itliw iik [jo t « I . 01 H 300
po u n d s o f m o h a ir fro m 1 2 0 g o a ts .
» , , i
A t th e a
n n u al school
m o a tin g th
Bame officers were reelected : Larkin
Grice director and Dick I’earce clerk.
B ALLSTO N .
Grandma Ball was Liken seriously
ill last week with neuralgia and gen
eral prostration and at present is no
better. She 1ms hecn quite feeble
,e:¡nUinin. l * !
acres. Also the north half of the northwest
quarter of section 36, in township 9 south,
range 6 west, o f said meridian, containing 60
Also the southeast quarter of s « m tion
35, in township 9 south, range 6 west, of said
meridian, containing 166 aeree. Also the
northwest 40 o f the northwest quarter of esc-
! tion 36, in township 9 south, range 6 west, of
¡ « i d nierWUn. «m U m in g (O acr..
A l « . thr
northwest quarter off the southwest quarter of
section 36, in town-hip 9 south, range 6 we.*t,
of said meridian, containing 40 acres, all in
I P „ lk
Oragoa; th. whnl. amount of
*aid lands being 720 acres, more or less. Raid
•ale is made to aatufy the amounts tqweified
in said execution and decree.
Hated at Dallas, Oregon, this 30th day ef
J. O V A N O R S D K L ,
Sheriff of i ’olk county, Oregon.
W IS E M A N 'S
H A R D W A R E S T O R E .*
J. C. Gales bus told his farm, the
old Nathan Conner place at Pleeeant
H ill, to Mr Rand, nf Cortland, for $7,-
500. Mr Gates will se»d the place,
but has not decided what he will de
when he leavea the farm.
L iiilc Rex Burgess has
Tilm sn Hinshaw is shearing goats
j for J. L. Guitry.
Mis Ksnnit Guitry spent last Sa>-
unlay and Sunday at home.
A party was given at the home of
John Davit last Friday night.
Spring has come and the people ai#
all bitty working in their gardens.
Mrs. Millard, who has been sick fer
some time with la grippe, is improv
M i»» Etta W alker went to McMinn-
| villa laat Thursday and intends to stay
j all summer.
Moat of the farmers are just getting
; through sowing their grain, although
| the ground is getting very dry.
Mr. Grant and family, of Red Prai-
! tie, started
A . B
n i A .
veta ti» T r im tiMR tam
By D. P. Patterson, deputy.
UPPER SALT CREEK SAW MILL
M A R T I N BROS., P R O P R IE T O R S .
All kimls of rough and dressed luml)er on hands or cut
| to order.
2 0 0 ,0 0 0
j»M R S . N . J. Le S IE U R S
F fe -t
Notice to Contractors.
Is prepared to promptly do
. b u il d in g c o m m it t e e o f t h e m . e .
everything in that line at T iif church,
of Dalla«, Orege«, will receive sealed
tbe eoiistnlcUon of % porsoHAge at Dallas at
j S o’clock on Thursday, April 5th. Plan*, »pc. iftem-
: tion* and details nt iy 1*« seen at the otBce of Dan. P.
I Stauffer at Dalla», Oregon.
Will ,lve . •' ■ »••h to Uw «*-< * »~t »»-
■tor* the I
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I I S l f e w 'l O W W « « , tw o —
Prof. Powell and G. L. Hawkins, of
Independence, Zan Allen, Frank Gib
son, W . W . Smith, E. L. Harris, Frank
Fawk and W ill Rowell, of the Uirk-
renll l«dge, visited their Dallas Mason-«
ic brelhern last Friday evening,
Final Settlem ent.
Best heating and cook sto S A L E M
ves in the market. Tools of
all kinds l ’aints, oils, etc.
J t o c lj.
Slab wood for cook stoves or harvest engines at 50 cents
M I L L ST R E E T , D ALL AS.
Tinw are: A. L. Fraser, one
of the best tinners in Oregon,
will meet your wants for any
t i l i n g i l l that line.
F E N C E W O R K S . LACED
W Y A N D O T T E S .*
F en cin g fo r alt purpose* nt Low
est p ric e ».
W ALTfcR riO RLEY.
59 State stre*t, Salem.
D. O. Woodworth, Albany.
Best all Purpose Fowl.
Mv birds are bred for EGG
productions as well as prize
A few cockerels
left at $1.50 up; pullets $125
up; eggs $2 a setting.
W. E. Shaw * Son
K O D A K S j »
C A M E R A S and all
P H O T O S U P P LIE S
used by A M A T E U R S j *
— at —
Stall room for double or
single teams. 10 cents,
Saddle horaef«, 5 cents.
Separate neat and warm
waiting room« for ladies
• and gentlemen, (iive us
a trial. Feed for -vde.
PFENNIS’S JEWELRY STORE
Next floor to I’. O.. Dallas.
always carefully and
strietlv attended to.
•W’OTICE IS IIS R R B T QIVF.N T H A T THF. I N-
dt rxigned b u filed his final account a* adniiuiB
t-rstor of the laat will and te*tament of Nannie Hush,
deceased, anu Saturday, April 7th, 1990. at 1
o’clock, p. m.. of aaid day, at the county court house,
of Polk county, Oregon. ha* been fixed by lion , W.
L. Well*, judge of the county court for »aid county,
a* the time and place fo r the heartnjf o f the B a m e.
A ll person* intern*ed in «aid matter are hereby no
tified to appear at said time and sl»ow cause, if any
there be, why said account should not be approx ed
ami the account settled and cloned.
Dull*», Oregon, Mch., 7. ItMX).
iV A HUSH, administrator.
Townsend k H art attorneys for estate.
A choice lot of general
merchandise suited to
the country around. Ma
ny articles will he sold
at or below cost to close
them out. All standard
goods at lowes"; prices,
and for all kinds of farm
produce we will pay the
highest market price.