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Levi Wright, Alex Van Or ad el, Joe ,
FALLS C ITY
harvest in search of health.
Fast, Ah Barnett and L»*e Humphrey. OCR STAFF OF RUSTLERS.
has a large crop of plums j
The Elhott machine was hulling Mr.
Hain Burk’s Isther and mother have
South wick's grain on the Coolidge i W H A T T H E Y H A V E T O S A Y A B O U T returned to their home in Kausas.
T H E D O I N C S IN T H E C O U N T Y .
DALLAS, FRIDAY, AUG-17, 1900. place. It has a blowing arrangement,
L. L . Hannum continues very fee- 1
Henry Gilliam will farm the Riggs
which usurp« the office« of two gal
hie in health.
T A L K NO. 8.
lant straw buckers and being a straw | A n U n e q i h l ' r d a n d C o m p l e t e Re place, he having bought Ralph out.
«' m ., ikmkd K vkry F riday M okmxo A t 7 : 30 .
e iim e of W n a t T o u r F rlo n d e are
burner no wood is needed. Lewis
Mrs. Herman Miller and Miss Sadie
In order le make loom for our fall stock, which will be immense and is now
a n d Have Been Lately D o in g .
Oarbcr was bu“K of the water tank and
Lvnn have beeu out looking for hop the Lucas mill.
on the way, we are making a cut on all our summer gi*od* for the itex' thirty
\ v . . v . w a . s u ,
Cornelius Taves kept poking straw in
Mr. Talbot has laid off for a week (lavs. Note some prices : Calico«». 5 cents a yard ; Amo-kuag ginghams, S
IDlTUU AMD rKOPRlETIIK.
to the engines greedy mouth while
j cents a yard; dress gingham* reduced from 13^ cents to 101 eei.ts s yard, 10
for the grain to ripen.
Fred Koser presided at the throttle
Ralph Riggs will go to Eastern
cents to 8^, all Sjj cents to 1 } ; piques from 30 cent* to 20, 20 to 12$ i - mii U, In
A. J. Goodman liat received a fine Washington and go into the grocery
valve and furnished power to turn the
J, S. Hart has moved to Monmouth
; cents to 11: some 10 beat pplk dots iu duck at 8$; crash suitings from 25
SU B S C R IPT IO N B A T E S :
wheels. It was the business of Fred Ell lot of stove wood.
to school his children.
rent s to 16* ; dimities, organdies, cordelette and lawns at net cost; a line of
Mr. Gertin and Mrs. Louise Alex
$1 5 0 .................................... Per y»*ar iott to keep the machine in ship shape.
W. Bilieu has moved to his new ’ all wool soilings at 23 cents a yard, well worth 35. Ladies ami gentlemens
The Bsxter A Morrison threxher i*
$ 75........................... Per six month* As soon as the bands were served by ander were married last Sunday.
j summer underwear at reduced prices. To close out, also a line of dress skirts
laid by for s few .lays, waiting for house on the Adam Brown claim.
40........................Per three months Mr. Townsend ana Mr. Poling the
I and under skirts and shirt waives at cast. W e are cleaning o u r s 'n w and
Ed. Owens, wlio wa3 thought to grain to get res.lv for threshing, they
Michael Galloway hud his 20.h birth I crash hats—just the tilings for these hot days— at cost price. Our bargain
Advertising rates made known on sheaves wore shoved through the con
have had the smallpox is rusticating j charge k and 10 cents for oats aud day celebrated with a party of young
application. Correspondence is solicit
shoe counter has been covered again for the third tin.e and we are rutting
Ed. T je watched the tilling sacks out in tbe country.
| down the price on several lots of very good shoes from $ 1 .5 0 to $ l,i5 a pair
Fine Job Printing done at reasonable
An enjoyable time was had at Sum
Mr. Meeker haa moved to over the
Engineer Hari.cn completed the ' and from $1.75 to $1.30. These are bargains, and were sold very close before
into the rick by Jim Mitchell and
gallery and Mr. Kennedy will use the Burks last Sunday. They gave a fare railroad survey from Elkin’s trestle to this cut. Call and look these summer goods uvea. They are goods that you
Wes Elliott, Young Arnold hauled
I can use and are bargains.
vacated properly as a lodging house, well dinner lo his parents, who left Fall* City last week.
_____________— ---------------------- --------siraw for the burner and Burritt Ell*
next day lor Kansas, thirty-three sat
| iott served as roustabout for the cooks,
Wm. Barnett and family are hack down lo dinner, aud in the evening 1 1>. Shepard s ten horses ran »way v ..vv T i f I S w f i ’ K-
A ktkk several weeks temponitn | Mrs. George Muscoit and her daugh- from Rock Creek, where they canned D. Peter« took the picture of the ! wlth tlle P °wor lll,t week ami caused | “ M V 1 HIS> W E E K . Two dray loads of hop baskets— that good kind. f.OO
pairs eastern shoes. Dray load of clothing from New York. Largest
witli the Chinese government concern ; ter, Mary. Among the bundle liaul- thirty quart* of bucklebenies and crowd.
j some breakage and delay.
shipment of umbrellas from Philadelphia. Car load of «nit.
i ng the foieign ministers shut up in ers we noticed W m . Garbutt, John caught over 500 trouL
Mr. Easter will twice weekly with ai
j Dunlap, Carl Sellers, N* wton Harris,
Pekin, the allied armies of this count
John ¿'arley and Mr. Olin while the
ry, Japan and the strongest European i pitching was being done hv Ira Hand
New wjent arriving at warehouse. m a k e the trip to Zini Hiushaiv’s in |
| the Sili tz basin.
was seen going to the
powers decided to march to the Chin ley, Babe Richardson, Jake Unger and
Henry EmiUi is weighing at the Me
Mr. Hull. General manager, James Highlands Huiulay.
ese capital an»l relieve them. Old
Elliott, said that nearly all wheat
Oliver Leonard and Fannie Guttry
China pretested against it in the crops had ranged between five and
lias bought an in
are home from summer school.
strongest terms she knew how but all ten bushels, oats going somewhat bet
uight, mowjy on cabbage.
Mr. Park’s thrashing machine has
to no avail. The enemy had barriers ter. He charges o and 6 cents for
Mr. Timmonds is digging his pota-
threshing, with the proviso that if any been idle several days on account of a
of armies all along the way, but as crop does net make at least, expenses break down.
ed about 20buehcls to the sere.
THE POLK COUNTY ITEMIZER
C r a s h in P r i c e s .
R . E . B ry a n
Lee Smith‘s Cyclery
toon as the all e l armies b «gm to bit. «he owner is to pay the balance, and
ter them they melted away, disappear said no farmer has objected to the
terms. After several days work the
ing in tlie direction of their capital. Lorcnco machine was housed waiting
It is a foregone conclusion that China for sprirg grain to get ready. It burns
muat become more civilized mid force. "Daw and in a .elf feeder, «avia* the
labor of two feeder« and two band cub
fnl or surrender to the control of more , ^
T|i# fook( Mre Mr„ w „ Mlu)k
John Holmes’ folks are having their
aii\ nearly all in sacks, the
Misses Gertrude and Mable Buckler,
8 to 12 bushels.
of East Portland, have been visiting yield raugii
You will find new and old bikes to buy or rent. Your
Eola lias no teacher yet, Mies Ma-
choice of Rambler, Ideal, I’ atee Crest and B. and H.
J. A. Withvew’s thresher and stack-
The child of Mrs. Laura Pendlan.l er are doing Host of the work aiound 3” n having resigned.
Special. We have the best equipped repair shop in
died at her home on Mill Creek Satur here.
Mrs. Ilizzie Brunk’s sister and bady
the county. Brazing, enameling, frames cut down and
day. The little lxiy has had whooping
Silver Peede* mail route discontin of T mcoiiib , are down fur a visit.
every kind of repairing promptly done. Leak» in tires
j „nd Mi** Nina Mack, their roustabout cough for some time which led to ued, a free delivery route having been
The following letters are to be ad-
positively stopped. Call and see my RUBBER N E C K
pneumonia fever and proved fatal.
' being Winfred Arant.
tised : Miss Luella Cary, Mr«. Davis.
saddles and cuckoo bells. Wheels cleaned and ad
C P. H untinuton , president of the I ha* rliarge of the machine and Her-
R IGK R EALL
Alfred Brown is repairing the foun
justed. Floor pump for the use of wheelmen.
Fonthern Pacific railroad company, I ,,ert M,,rPl,y
. straw to the en-
dation of his house, formerly the W il
Lee Rowell is here cutting his grain.
gine. John Dorsey and Rufus Bohan
Ed. Hall is blfldiug an addition to son place.
aged 79 years, Hied suddenly of heart non run the sacking needles.Lee Russ
Miss Ella Pettyjohn spent last week Iris barn.
distase at his country home in New ell keeps up the water supply and
Archie Brown has bought 18 acres
Most of the threshing is done in our «of land, near Eola, from Mr. F rizzill,
York this week. He began a poor Ernest Hloper attends to the engine
The George Smith machine was whack
August Auer killed to deer this community.
hoy and by pluck, talent and good ing away in a field of 100 acres belong week near home.
Corner Main and Oak streets, Dallas, Oregon.
Newt. McDaniel has returned home
judgement gradually foretd his way ng to 0'Brit‘ n Bros. The straw look
A ll kinds of iron and wood work done. Special atten
Hops are growing fast and bid fair from the coast.
to the front among railroad men. He ed well enough, but was panning out to be a good crop.
of’ honey from the Henry Fawk place tion given to wagon and carriage repairing. Bicycle lepair-
very thin. Mr, SmPii said the cold,
Joe Csstelein expects te start his to Portland Saturday.
leaves no equal in that line. He had
ing neatly done, Horse shoeing a specialty. A ll kinds of
wet spring had given the «log fennel
Jas. Shepherd sold some lambs last fruit dryer next week.
had amassed a fortune of perhaps a better chance to grow than the grain
Goods kept in stock for sale.
Little Jessie Howard lms been pick plow and saw grinding done.
week to Dun Savage.
Miss Pauline Nesmith, who has ing crabapples ar.d selling them in Sa Full line of bicycles and sundries.
$25,000,000,and the interests in which and that black rust had done material
Full line of buggies
been sick is much improved.
lem, to make a little money.
he was concerned employed at least damage. His owh crop tiad averaged
sell valvoline oils,
ten bushels and he thought, the
Mrs. G. F. W hite and daughter,
25,000 men. No other man in Ameri O’Brien’s would get shout the same.
Best on earth at
J. W. Cook will give an entertain Helen, of Portland, are here visiting
ca could so inlluence state and nation He pays common hands $1.25, suck
house at Arlington.
ment at i he school house Tuesduy, friends and relatives.
al legislation in his own interests, lie ers, $1.75; teams $2 25, feeders, $2.50; August 14th.
Prof. B. L. Murphy is selling pic
engineer, $3, hi* expenses amounting
Tom Dempsey and Andrew McDan tures in Benton county.
was quick, decisive, forceful and auto to from $50 to $00 a day. He charges
The roads are daily lined with coast iel, who went to Nome, are expected
cratic and always got there. Many $10 a day f<»r use of separator and ers and all reiiort good roads out that home almost any day.
V. D Scobert, of Monmouth, is en
gaged at bookkeeping in .Seattle.
will remember seeing him with a par engine, the farmers bearing the bal way this year.
L. C. Koser’s new residence is com
ance of the expense. Mrs Smith and
ty of railroad officials in Dallas a few Miss Maud McKee do the cooking
(!. T. Porter has returned from mencing to have a finished appear
Mrs. Updegraf, daughter of Mrs. C.
P. Zumwalt, 1ms moved from Perry-
ance from the outside.
and work early and late, with breath
dale to McMinnville.
ing spells before and after dinner.
Mrs, Holmes, of Eola, 1ms supplied
»«F A L L T E R M O PE N S S E P T E M B E R I8 T H ^
Morning theme at the Presbyterian Their 24 men consume 35 pounds of
J. B. Trullitiger’s aunt and cousin the people of this place with peaches,
and three sacks of Hour a from Norilr Yam hill, rpent last Sun which are of a fine variety.
i. t i i i n . i l The
X in .* Passion
i it o h m m i for
i u r an
V w m , e v o n 11 i g, ,
, , “
The student* of Ihe normal »cb.t.l
subject, Pauls Entrance into Rome 1 week. 1 he Crow consume a dozen day visiting him, being on their way
aro prepared to take the slate certifi
. . .
. 1 pics within
a i .... c....
S. T. Burch’s hops are looking fine
every 24 hours, Alva Cra to the coast.
and the Allied Forces at the Gates of
and he thinks they will be ready to
ven taking the lead. When it comes
Graduates readily secure good posi
to devouring buttermilk Harry Sey
pick by the 1st ot September.
L A CRE.OLE A C A D E M Y ^
tions. Expenses of year freni $120 tu
mour and Willard Craven are ahead provements in ilieir home in the way
C ay O u t i n g .
$150. Strong academic and profess
W ill. Lucas, who has been over in
Located at Dallas, Oregon.
of u new floor in their kitchen, a hew
According to promise Sheriff Van of all the rest. Clay Fox operates the
ional courses, new special department
Tillsmootc county for some time, is
pump and a new range.
Gradui, on Wednesday, took his class saw buck and Ackie Smith the on-
running the engine at the Derry ware
in manual training, well equipped
Co-educational. We offer
..f twelve g irls in the Presbyterian
while Billy E off sees that the
J. C. Ellis spent last Sunday night house.
training department. For catalogue
superior advantages at reas-
Sunday im -I ioo I to Kalla City. It would , «■|'*-nitor behave« il.e lf
l-oroat Cra- in cffnipuny with Dr. Golden, of Halem,
containing full announcements, ad
Mrs. Nellson and her mother, Mrs. sonable rates.
have made an elephant laugh to see ' e'1 hauls the water and Boh Loe and and C. (». Cead, of Dallas, fishing for
Fall term op
dress P. L. Campbell, president, or W .
tbe teacher and pupil, wading among •*"*"' l,rl< ker «re the suckers. Other Hulnion trout in Eslellu Falls near Burette, of McMinnville, were here
A. W ano, secretary.
: visiting the former’s daughter, Mrs. ens Sept. 19; registration Sept
the «liok, .harp and rough rock, above j w*v* ployen are C. Hard tier, Fred. Sloan, Nestucea.
18th, For catalogue or oth
B. F. Lucas, last week.
and Widow the fall». It wa« tough on
er information address,
their understanding, hut they enjoyed " Mitchell, W. A. Holmes. A. O. Ar-
B U N E A V ISTA .
Ack. Smith, of McMinnville, is fir
C. C. PO LIN G , Ph. D. Pres.,
the novelty. Their noon time spread
. ^oc. ^ rl' .^' ii.' 'Y '
wh . in a thick, cool fir grove and oh GoocUdl. Seth Smith, W. G. Conk
how they did eat and eat. The party ¡Chas. Donaldson and Frank Rohiu-
Mr. Steele and family have returned are here visiting reletives during the
consisted of Esther Savage, Ada Os I non. W e took dinner there, Mins Dai from the coast.
Held, Alice l,slmer, Muble Guy Hattie I ey Zander, of lortland.and Eva Wash
Coo,k Oeorgia Martin. Madge (troves, being with us. "hey had the novel
H. H. Baldwin and little son, Earl,
Conducted by the Benedictine Fathers
Nur» McDonald lms been (¡ranted a
Nellie Aldtich, Ruth Van Orsdel, (to experience of swinging up to the ont- (?>f Winlock, Washington, are visiting
Opposite Willamette hotel, Salem.
cia Smith, Rebecca Miles and Maud "tde seats from which the threshers relatives here.
Located forty miles south of Portland on one of
Robinson. Mrs. Van Orsdel with I’ an-i t,,kt t,leir meal*. Around Dixie we
the most healthful and attractive spots of the W il
line and Clark and Ethel Craven were misMMl the Irish-American outfit over
gave an ice eream supper at their hall
lamette valley. The ideal place for your boys. Pre
along. There were two hack loads of which Samuel Orr ^us presided for
Henry T.yerlcy now has it Inst Saturday night.
paratory, classical, commercial and scientific cour
them and the sun whs down when years.
with a substantially new crew. They
they got home.
C LIM A TIC
Ladies' fine dress ami fancy
Miss Margueritte Longacre is at,
ses. Music a specialty.
were in the field of Tom Burch north
costumes cleaned without rip-
home from Chicago where she ha« j
Nothing but a local
of town. We naturally drifted to the
AMONG TH E THRESHERS.
been studing music.
F. D O M INIC, O S. B., Director.
euiedy or change of cli-
c»«>k wagon the very first thing. Mis
r.ate will cure
W e spent last Sa’ urday among t ie Byerley and Mrs. Matvei Cobh-Martin
Misses Mary and Dorelle Shives le f t 1
dress goods and kid gloves
grain hnl'ers and in no ca*e was a were in charge and of course invited last Monday morning on their wheels
T h e S p e c i f i c is
cleaned. Gentlemans’ cloth
g< od yield reported. The Martin
us to sample their cooking, which was for W ilhoit spring*.
Ely’s Cream Balm
ing cleaned, dyed and re
Blodgett was at. work on the crop of dono with a«* big appetit.es a* though
It I n quickly ahnorhed
Frank Hol'iian on the Emmons farm we had had nothing since curly break
It opens ami cleanHcs the
It kept them busy to thresh 1.000 fast. Each day witnesses the disap-
______ ______ Allays Inflaniation.
bushels a day. They said wheat was pea ranee of 30 pounds of meat, a hus- been very little grain threshed in this j __
p h i n iik u r A n ^ 11 *,k! pr°t®ct’* th#
turning out from 5 to 10 bushels to hel #»f potatoes and twenty loaves of
~ n CM I# itembnuie. Kents.re* the
C H E a C IT .
the' acre and oh »a nearly twice as bread, besides biscuit for breakfast, t*>
The big log drive belonging to Senses of Tost« and Smell. No injurious drug. Reg + 4 ^ + * * + + * + * + * - ¡- - ¡"H - ¡- * + + + + + + - ¡
much. At the cook house we found say nothing i f cookies, sauces and Hpaulding Bros., of the Oregon City
S e p te m b e r 17 to 2 2 ,1 9 0 0 .
KLY HKOTHKHS, 50 War.en Street, New York.
Mrs. Joe East and her two daughters drinkables. Their roustabout, T. 1). paper mills, passed here last Monday
in charge. Their cow was grazing Phillips, is kept on the jump hunting There are 7,000,000 feet of balm and
around to furnish milk for the coffee up things to eat. W. A. Martin runs white fir logs. They have l»eeu on the
and things. They get up at daylight the engine and Ralph McTimmond* way about two months and will take
Farm for Sale or Rent.
Grounds greatly improved. Buildings repaired and renovated.
and have lueakJaat at 5 and supper at feeds it with water, Steve Allen and another month to reach the destin
, stock buildings thoroughly disinfected. Every thing in firat
dusk. They sleep in a tent while tne Alex. Espie nuke in the bundles after ation. Tln*j have about 52 meu, eight
HAVE A FARM OF ABOUT 400 ACRES SIT
class condition for the largest and best
folks camp in the most convenient the strings are cut by Wm. Redde- horse« and three «cows, two of which
iiated within two ini ten of Airlie ior rent on long
pile of straw. John Martin is the kopp and Frank Kersey, and Oscar carry the horses anil their feed and time or for ml« on liberal terms. There is a small
crop growing on the plaee and son»« summer fallow
LIVE STOCK SHOW AND AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION
engineer; the feeding being done by Blake ami Dave Reddekopp buck tin* the third is a mess house and sleeping ing ha* h«eii don«, Good orchard and fair build
Will give strength to the nerves and re
Mark Blodgett and W ill Martin. Mr. sacks away after sewing them. The room for the men, VV. N. McLaugtilin, ing«. The f irm ia or will all be placed under good
E V E R H E L D ON T H E CO AST
and divided into at leant six seperate held«
store the liver and kidneys to a healthy
Ia*Sicur ami Grant Zumwalt whack teamsters are John Simonton, Harry Bert miu I Charlie Snyder and Walter fence
condition, give tone to the stomach r:nj
Possession will he given August 1. 1900.
E. P. C A DWELL, Airll®, Or.
$20,000 IN PREMIUMS AND PURSES.
liowels, and promote in o d appttlts
the Imnds and the straw i«* bucked a- Greenwood, Ed. Richmond. Eugene Davidaon, of this place, are with them,
healthy digestion; » ill relieve constipa
way by Pearl Hughes and Everett Bverley ami Nelson Needham, the
tion, purity the blood and make a heal
C oed R a c i n g Every A f te r n o o n M u s i c a n d F u n at N i g h t .
Gwin. A fellow known by no other bundles being pitched up to them by
thy body with a clear skin. That tired
feeling will leave you and sleep will be
WALJER MORLEY j *
A U C T IO N S A L E OF L IV E STO C K will be made a leading feature. All
name than Tom hauls the water ami Roy McFailuml, Fay Ewing, Owen
restful. At Wilson's drug «tore, Dallas.
Win. Baraatt, wife and mother were
live stock and other exhibits hauled F R E E over the Southern Pacific
the important offieo ol roustabout is Hunt ami R. 11. Gleason. As to out.
— M ANUFACTURER OF—
railroad. Rtdvccd ps.scnger rates on all railroads. For premium list
tilled by Young Mr. Aldrich. George come of crops, Mr. Byerley’s exper- ou their homestead for a while this
Donuldson and Thomas Wright do tl'.o ience has been about the same as month.
and oilier information, address
sicking. T ie pitching is done by nearly all other machine men, the
Metsr«. Toner and Turner, of Alba
» ' . H. » E H R U N G , President,
M. D. W ISD O M , Secretary,
Sandy Anderson and tlie three Utrell output ranging from five to 15 bush
Grader and Pricker W IS E M A N ’S
ny, with their families, were in hunt
brothers, while the shocks of grain are els. 10 bushels being perhaps above
ing and fishing last week.
hauled in by Jim ( low, Gus Bowman, rather than below tbe average.
For green prune*. Practical, durable H A R D W A R E S T O R E .*
Wednesday morning mk U. B. Hump and cheap. Triumph grader for
j ton was coming up the Norton mouii- dried prunes, Best mode. Hop bas
M I L L S TR E C .T.D A L LS S .
W. A. Brown, of Bridgeport, thresh-1 The H. J. Rose outfit will finish
i tain, the wagon ran back over the kets and fencing of all kinda. Get
heating and co o k sto-1 ed seventeen bushels of wheat to the threshing in the SmithfieM vicinity
■ grade aud r«lh*d stout fifty feet down our price» on shingles, poultry net
acres. In onlinary years that would next week, their average output of
the nmuntain side, lie wua badly ting and all kinda of woven wire fenc ves in the market Tools of
be a poor yield hut is this season con wheat having been 8 an«l ©f outs about
bruited and thinks one of the horses ing. Correspondence eolicitsd. Phone a H k i n d s . P a i n t s , o i l s , e tc .
of clothing, hats
20 bushels to the acre.
sidered extra Rood.
i went over him. After coming to he 1221.
SALEM FEN C E W O R K S,
I managed to crawl up to the road and
59 State street, Salem.
Tinware: A. L. Fraser, one
furnishing goods, etc. Greatest bargains ever offered
j tiagger to »he loot of the mountain.
of the liest tinners in Oregon,
On the way u man me»|him and prom
ts« d to send help. Harry 1‘orter and
will meet your wants for any
Mens’ Working Gloves;
i Norman Edward** left their work and
thing in that line.
if you do not
' went to his aid. One horse is badly
A line of regular $(».90 Regular $1 olios now G5o.
take a Kodak wit vou
hurt, but the wagon is not much hro-
mens’ units in single or Regular 7'»c ones now 40. 1 ken. Mr. Hampton is getting along
KnivM per art (6) wood handle«
wondcrltill. well considering.
double breasted, in browns Regular ’»Or ones now 35.
Fork* per y t . è wood
b l o c -:
Knives'per get e. metal handles
and irravs to close at
Regular 40c ones now 30.
Kork« per w in. aietal hamtle«................ *5
THE IRON CLAD
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
STEAM DYE WORKS
Angel College i Seminary
Mrs. M. S. Cool, Proprietor,
J. P. Caldwell, agent, Callas.
Bigger and Better than Ever Before.
OREGON S TA TE FAIR
“D AN D E LIO N
Closing Oot Sale
P la t in g
Regular 25c ones now 20.
All others in proportion.
Working shirts at cost
Underwear at cost.
Crash hats at cost.
O P P O S ITE PO STOFC H .B .
J. Rowlcs will tied down more land
| into pasture this fall.
Women are busy drying fruit, while
men run the binders.
Table *p.«»n* |>er trt ft,
Tea «punn« per «et « » • • • • .......................
lutter kniviB. each
sugar Shell«, each......................
Napkin rin.« per net 6,.........................
jB U G -
G IE S !
W. E. Shaw * Son
N ew and Second Hand.
Single and Double.
For Sale or Trade.
Terms to Suit Buyers.
O. H. COBB & SO N
will go south (tie r
I OS « « 1 50
' »'h e a t is turning out poorly and
1 oats are not much better.
K. L. Morrison
t all and get our price« o « fo*d and Mlv«r pfciinf
•t I0A «««•• «iM t
Grandma Bowles, of Dallas, it visit.
\ ing her ton, J. Bowle*-
The M ian« Baxter attended
e r.’ examination last week.
N O R TH DALLAS.
(*+ > -M -F + + + -F + + + + + + + + + v ++-H
8tall room for double or
single teams, 10 cents,
Seperate neat and warm
waiting rooms for ladies
and gentlemen. Give us
a trial. Feed for sale.
A g-wtl assortment
and photo supplies
to l>e found
PFENNIG’S JEWELRY STORE
Next door to 1’ . O., Dallas.