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1 W ithin tiiu border« of Polk county
PUto MoFee and family, of Pianaer,
; C IT Y .
OCR STAFF OF RUSTLERS-
Mr. W in. Dugan, of Iowa, and Mr.
today me more high grade sheep il> n
returned to her hom e. Thomas Vogal aud wife, af rpxn§,
_______,oeor before. 'I he thoroughbred« o( J |
W H A T TH E Y HAVE TO S A T ABO UT
i« on a visit to lit« j j took difiner with tha family of W ui.
B. Slum p, J H Hawley, H. B. Thiel- | T H E D O IN G S IN T H E C O U N T Y .
Miller on Christmas day.
D A IL A 8 , TB ID A Y , DEO. 23, 1900. sen ami T. W. Urunk, ill recently i n
A record L in fell on the 30th— i II
troduced, will aoon send valuable tie.. A n U n c q i U ' r d a n d C o m p la ta Re
•untie of W r.n t Y o u r F rie n d a are
i i1 ..netKD Evasv K hica Y M okmso A t 7:80.
I blood coursing through the veil)« of
U vuitiug iu Dal-
a n d Have Bean L a te ly D o in g .
Fred, U >fr,./>"'ha« left for N»w las.
hundred» end thousand« of sheep in I
W . A . V V A H II,
this county. Tire flock« referred toI
Charley Hubbard ltaa rented the
atiiToa amo raopKinTtiK.
In onb’ r *4i reduce our »took to the lowest m inim um hy January 1-t we are
I are by no means nil. but mining tire
h.iiiaa Halloek hop yarJ.
as ' —.-- .* T U ~~
. . I J 'd '11 Mt nlg'tui. ry a
Is, among which'
m a k i n ________
g a wholesale reduction
on many lines of staple goods,
| more prominent.
H. M. Bird i, cutting oak grubs fer ' I • will
found Mens, Y
aoth s and B
oyf C lothin
g, Undershirts, Draw, rs and
died lust week.
are culling the com m on ruut« Iron,
! S veatera for big men, Overcoats, Boxooats, Mackintoshes and lis t« , Lathes
is EdiU, Miller is teaching a cord wood and goat pastine.
Mrs. Thaelier has moved into Alfred term at t h . p-al school.
|1 5 0 .......................................... Per y«'»r tlieir herds and keeping only such as
i , ..
Wraps. Mackintoshes and Furs, Dresa Goods, Ladles Furnishings, Cloves and
O. D e n .* has sold the timber on H(i<P*ry Table , Jl|01u
N« ,,killii Large sixes in Mens Boots and HI..., 4 ,
................................Per »ix inonilts ■ wj|j p rotluce larK^r amounts of lietler
les Hultoard i» spen
4 0 ............................Per tliree months
id all sizes iu broken lines in Ladies, Children «m l Mens Shoes at less than
Advertising rates made known on wool.
c< st tu close out. No coupons given on special sale prices.
hops for 14 j cents and the rest for 11
. . . .
„ . - , about *1,500 from the sale.
application. Correspondence is solicit
The W oodmen gave » dance Christ- i
C H R IS T M A S S U G G E S TIO N S :
T hat dairying i» to become one of
as night atalwupper was provided at I Our W isconsin school
Useful Artiotes at Close Prices.
I si we 11 Shoemaker has gone to the the hotel.
Fine Job Printing done at reasonable the great and paying industries of the
thinks this is rather mild weather for
winter. School will close next week. Fine
W illam ette valley seems evident. Ma Santian. country to help his father
Har d kerchief«
work on their place.
Frank Bi||l«r’e commission ** * \y’ e will have h id seven m ouths of Golf caftea
ny new creameries have been estab
notary puBtjc has been renewed by so|JUO| this year and will have a little Album«
Our basket seeial was a success, a Gov. Geer.
lished and aie doing well. Home few
money left over.
T he legislature will assemble Mon
little over ¥22 being raised clear of
Perfumery, French and American
Dress patterhs in silk and wool
are languishing for lack of enough
Fin« damask with napkins to match
Iowa, baught recently
expenses, which will he applied to get
Ladies fine neckwear
day, January 14th, the 11 ret important
milk to support them. Dallas is sure ting the school bouse painted inside. the Haw tel tim ber land in section 16, j
thing on the docket being the e l e c t i n g
west af he«
o have one as soon us there are
Jess Marliu is cultiug wood an the Underwear
of a senator. (J. W. McBride wiiTj
E o U ^ ihs organised a literary socie
enough good milch cows within strik ty to meet at tlie school house every
com e home and try very hard to «tic-
SA Y H IL F VOW-
CUT O U T T H IS L IS T AND «N IN O IT WITH YOU.
ing distance tu muko it pay. This Saturday night. The officers are as visited the ,.u»r’s claim near Huu-
cetd himself. Half a dozen other, use
Bert Hastings visited in Dallas,dur
com ing year there could lie hero »1 follows: President, T. W . B re a k ; slrn e lust ’ -vk .
ing the week.
mentioned, hut H. \V. Corbett is apt
'<j£ d iu iie r«- •> ,%w bait
least a skimming station for ttie In vice president, U Ferguson; secreta
tu he Ilia strongest, opponent.
ry, H om er H olm es; treasurer, Mrs
» «a ru m social hy
dependence creamery, as the motor Ferguson ; editor, Ella Holmes.
A id society
Joe and Jim Udell and Mi*s Led-
A Idll will be introduced at the gives every need«d facility for trans
Hall former rest-
gerivood »pent Christmas at Staytou.
portation. Better cattle are being in-
P a id D e a r fo r H la Lag,
A general assortment of
com ing «cssi 'ii of tlie legislature look
time from Walla Walla
troduced and nearly all farmers will
B. D Blanton of Tliackervillo, Tex., dents, have
Frank Myrr and family visited here
nearly everything in that
to work in tie timber at Mr. Teals.
ing to tli«* introduction of free libra
lart week, snd their »on Floyd spen]
soon he keeping more of them than
two >ei,rl* V 'A. over *300 to*Jocio.-«
at lowest prices.
to cure a ruuning sore on his leg.
In all its «t«"«s there
ries in all public schools. It is a step
ever before. Cattle raising msy not Then they wanted to cut it off, hut lie
should be cleumiucis.
in the right direction. In too many have paid some years in the past, but
O ut M bocl will liav* a week’s vaca
cured it with one box of Bucklen's Ar be he was giwing at a camp near Ely’ s Cream Balm
hoaies no leading matter appropriate it will now and hereafter.
clean.“««, soothe« snd heals
nica Halve. Guaranteed cure for piles. Walla Walla,
the diseased membrane.
at h«r hums in Fall» City.
for the children is provided, and ufien
25 cents a box. Hold by M. D. Ellis,
It cures catarrh and drives
Christmasrjye was celebrated with away a cold iu the head
Notions in variety.
B efore another issue of this paper druggist.
they drift into reading had books and
a tree at the M. E. church. A pro quickly,
J. J. WISEMAN.
YttW*«- money appropriated a new century will have begun its
cessional hy trim was sung by 15 boys,
P IO N E E R .
C r e a m C a lm Is placed Into the nostrils, «pr««d«
Mr. Timntonds has sold his cow.
over the membrane and Is absorbed. R slisfiaim -
for putting good books into the hands course. Judging by the progress of
T R E E T , O A L L \ 3 .
Mrs. J. R. Robbins is much im prov
which Unci- rrving Stoddard acted as mediate and a cure follow«. It it-n ot drying—does
Tlie sale of tlie Beardsley hop yard
of tiie rising generation will he well of the lust 100 years we can im agine ed in health,
substitu*. c j Santa Clans, who was
to Gilbert A Patterson has fallen
spent. W « hope the legislators it) the new and now unthought of things
gists or by m ail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mall.
Tho Hrst coal of
W m . K uhuke was in Pertland last toiling behiml in Idaho with a load of
ELY BROTHERS, 50 Warren Street, New York. thiough on account of a defective ti
that will spring into existence. So
this county will see it in Hint light.
tli in fence wm
presents. ,n£arge and appreciative
week visiting his daughters.
much has transpired which we would
but i i
audience ejeggpl the proceedings.
The Fail» school has a wood shed—
Chat ley M -Cracken is cutting 50
PaACTHJAL charily is whut counts have thought not only unreasonable
the end wovon
built Christmas day. That is not all
cords ef wood for George Helhy.
wiro fencing id
most in the sight of heaven and does but im possible, that we slinll natural-
ei'lier. The old floor is torn up and
m >st good on earth. W hile nearly anticipate wonderful changes in the
they aie 'p u t tin g down a new one.
e«t. Prices re
ous is v e r / sick,
at our scliocl house, hut everyone md
New furniture will ulso he put iu and
duced. Get pri
all the churches throughout the land years to come. Com ing low n to Ore
-has been visit-
a pleasant time at home.
i-varyliody i« invited to com o to the
ces on hop Wire
were having Christmas trees find oth gon, Polk county and Dallas, they too
¡ng relatives '
school bonne New Year's day and »ee
Our teacher, Mrs. W eikel, talks of
er festivities for those who were not will participate in that progress. How attending school at the s'nte normal,
what has in en done. The following and shingles.
of W ood hum ,
pereona June donated work : T. W .,
visited relat' '
really in need, the Salvation army in prominent a part can we and will we hegining with the apring term.
George amt K. Hrunk, Schaffer. Fer
. ’* •
hundreds ofp la ces all over the union as individuals take in the onward
Miss Lee, •
I teacher, is
Ledford W oodward won the priz*
guson, Hunter, George and Ed. Mitty,
were furnishing something to eat and inaruh. Opportunities are open all given for the most im provem ent in spending the'
A1 f., Archie and Frank Brown, Gor
Will give strength to the nerves and re
59 State street, Salem.
wear to outcast aud poverty stiickeu around ready for the ambitious, seal, writing during the past three months
don H. Stanton.
store the liver and kidney« to a healthy
condition, give tone to the stomach end
families. Multiplied thousands of un ous and persevering one«. E con om y, of our sclioel, the prise being a foun
WALTER MORLEY, Prop.
healthy digestion; will relieve constipa
fortunates were made happier. All
tion, purify the blood ami make a heal
industry, good habits ami honor in all
hnuor and praise to the Salvation ar
things arc powerful leading string» in
H ow to C u ro C rou p
ile Christmas tree
feeling will leave you and sleep will be ,
B F. Lucas ia presiding oificer
which has done and is doing so much
restful. At Wilson’s drug store, Dallas.
Mr. K. Gray, who lives near Amenia, this ysar
a number of fanii-
D ucl.es. cou n ty, N. Y „ says : “ Cham- ly trees,
Miss Maud Brown came out on the the Artisan lodge at Kickreall.
to uplift fallen humanity.
• • H t+ + + + H +
train from Dallas to visitJan.es Boyd-
berlain’s Cough Rem edy is the best
The Sunday echoed con ven tion and
on, of Albany, is
Miss Edith Percival, of M onm outh, | ,nedicine 1 hsve ever used. It is a
J s'on and wife.
T he Southern Paeitu: com pany has
hatykftt dinner at Lewisville n e x t Sun
a with her par-
wk - on Wednesday in Salem married i |jIle eliilJre i’* remedy for crou p und spend
printed and is circulating hroadca.t s to It. A. Brown, an eastern Oregon lieier f«il« to cu te.” W hen given as e n t s , _
Dan. Gerig and Nettie Qniring re day will draw & large attendance fnmi
cently cam e over from Muiion cou n all along the Luekiamute.
folder tolling of the rasomees, indus merchant. Rev. Barton Z. Riggs otlici- soon ob the child becomes hoarse, or
A n u n ^ fc 3 ; (lie W oodmen of Bnens
ty to see their friends.
even after the croupy cough has de
Cornelius Hughes and wife
tries, aomineree products aud climate aliug.
¡¡lie cam p at Indi
Dave D. and Dave W. Rcddekopp dinner Christmas day with her hro^*
of Oregon, ft gives much valuable
E. Bell, of McCoy, lias just trialed
Vning of the 21st.
Christmassed in Salem and F. F. Bov. John Osborn, south of Inc[
information and will turn this way himself to a tears subscription for this This should lie borne in mind and a
bottle of the rough remedy kept at ‘ Mrs
^ ^ fo irv a llis, ¡«''a t lit»
Kliever in Lane county.
.M is attention of many nil eastern paper and the Oregonian.
hail,I ready for instant use as soon as be-J.i.U u frîp'Ç* .h ie r , Mm. John
The recently elected city o
H enry I^ b in so n ’a dog broke into
nnm. Since C. H. Markham tuok
these sym ptom s appear. For sale hy Kexford, wh is very f»w with con-
The Chicago stallion Dr. Pltzer,
1’ete Reddikopp’s rabbitry and killed Shoritlan a r e : Mayor, D. C7
charge of the passenger department 2:12%, Is racing Into One form. At La
t.is Belgian Imres and Pete had them recorder, J . T. Sim pson;
he —« " the free
Sam. B u ell; treasurer, J. M. Cul
Superintenihnt O L. Starr and Wil
he Inis done many tilings tomihar.cn Its me 111» 4 - -
for dinner that day.
couucilm en, F. B. Leonard, A.
. , ,
. ..i n « . ,
lie is leav
lie Starr, of l'allas, spent last Friday
flfth heats In 2:14%, 2:15%, 2:lft-o n e of
Mr. Lonnsberry, of tlie Southern ley and T. J. Scroggin*.
D. II Hinpson whs doing business night in townard attended the »elioni
ing no stone unturned in m ating the the best half mile track performances
Paoific, was here recently to see about
iu Independence lust week.
merits of Oregon better known both at of the year.—Horse Review.
Tho open meeting
Ihe switch tu he put in at this point
is tb « greatest absorbent in the
Alvn Wnmer took a load of fat tur
Ther6 is talk o f a grain warel.onse be literary s«*ciety Inst
home and abroad. Increased trails
world -ind does its work through
keys tu Corvallis lust week.
snd Ed. Harmon
ing erected In-re and we think it drew a crowded house
the p j r e s o f the skin.
T H E GLASS O F FASHION.
portatinti facilities for both passengers
<t&Mng the iioliday»
would lie a good location for the right pleaded with the
Our hill ranchers ure increasing ami wifi
in d freight art- being aiided a« f..st as
At its close the dini
The large, loose waves so essential to their acreage of pusturr lauds end ex
Sim ply wet the aflUcteJ p%rt freely
college build in s w a s
the low. fluffy, half parted pompadour lending tin ir live stock iiileiesls.
the com puny can gel sronud to i •.
The • n R ^ 'A h e n t and basket so
with the rem edy ai.d in a few m in
the multitude invited
style of huirdresslng can be made by
utes the pain is gone.
The newly elected eitv official» of
Frank Gilliam went to Mnnmoiiili cial g i n n b /tlie s bool on last Fri
co n u n d iu n si.ppcr.
11' begin« to look very iiiutdi like II wetting the hair and tying broad banda J last H onda). His visits to the college day evening vas « pleasant affair and
Ih e best physicians use it,
of tape around It.
enjoyed l.y al present. The proceed»
rec rder, L. G round; treasurer, I. G. called for all sorts
pi escribe it and unite with the
\V. Corbett would la- the next United
things at frem a penny
One of the most stylish gloves for , town are becom ing suspiciously Ire •d the even , were about ¥18, which
ell; marshal, K. 11
Slates senator f r o m Oiegmi in tin wear with light gowna la old fashioned ; qtient.
apiece. Some w» re luck
will be u.et for pictures and book-
" Scotch Remedy is the best
order only good things
11iam. of (J. W McBride. Of course looking and of aoft thin kid, with no
Paul R oneo killed u cougar near for t lie »cliyl.,
extern a l rem edy know n."
had to he content with
the few dem ocrats til the legislature stitching on the buck aud only one Bald mountain last Tuesday lor wliirb
Sold by all druggist« at So cents
Eli. Branson, of Sheridan, is mak and a cu p of cold water,
I tie received ¥20 bounty Jaunt our Live
S i N NY SLOPE.
Catrbavu i,o say in two mutter and
ing a tour of California and Texas. order.
Apparently this Is to be a season o f l Stock Protective assoeianon.
SCOTCH REMEDY CO.
'■«I s! d -h y tvTinl tl,, ri publican* buckles. They are steadily growing
John Hunpter H», im provid lii«
W n l e i « Ageucy
P rof D -• S im ] son . wln> is n y -iilm c I*rt»miae»J '« new ft-nee around Ili»
lb f k beat. W e have noticed closely larger nnd more popular and are%nuch
cu r juvenile population iu the process
the reasons given in favor of Mr. Cot mure bonutlf-.il, from nn artistic point
of montsl expansion,is taking a week's
of view, than ever before.
M r. i!iuilwin, of the Hulvatiou
belt Slid nearly «11 of ill-m seem
| Bilk applique on net and velvet appll- vaealion during Hie holidays.
plnndhlo. That ho would lie « mine que on uet or silk are trimmings as
Tlie er«iv» in « lie logging camps «Te t Tuesday. ’ '•*
pniinhn nt and J oriV u l figure than popular as lace, and stunning little now em| 1 iyed iu sluicing logs nut uf '
J'iae|il.dllop|)er ami August Ohm .
T H A T GOES INTO T H E M A K E U P OF
coat» are made of black r i v e t ap-dl- the «mal! mountain streams into tl
Hie pt-'-e t tticOutbent
on coarse wet ami hueil with white. larger tribu1 arie» of ti e Luekiamute attended piblie speaking at ths nor
1-nr half a
..iters say that w l l m are buylu«. i preparatory to the final drive to the
on your lint for
been a p iwer for gc.i
' the thinnest »Ilk ami lisle hose Willamt tte.
CAN UK FOUND IN THK DRK8S COOPS
W. M. Il*rren went to tlie ISeezley
DEPARTMENT - IN — OCR — I.TORK
that even wl si cold weather
and i >' bat few met
B. L. ILitflng« sold some extra tine nil.aery at Falls Ci y the oilier day
the lieaeflar Yx»- will go beg-
lor tom e fuit trees.
dels sry eT idnfe Value '-s i1
F s^ a v iu ;ant, foqt dressing has
Q U A L I T Y IS OUR fIR H T C O N S ID E R
hoi usl man an I
Ile i» one of our many thrifty
a mania, and no little thing week
Before e-hool closed for the holiday
ATIO N IN B U Y IN G , E W T H E R E F O R E
to do wliut be did
lb or com fort can Interfere
V io» I ion :l.e following programme
! poultry raining.
H A V E T H E C H O IC E ST GOODS T IIE M A R K E T A FF O R D S
liis stale and the nation.
AN D O UR PRIC ES A R E NO H IG H E R T H A N MOST 8TO K E 8
R ecllatbn— ' , W elcom e”— Orville Pc
Itssl laces are being need to a re-
Frank G illim i »old a lot of dressed
C H A R G E FO R IN F E R IO R GOODS.
narkat.te extent. Cluny Arabian, point ! lings last week for 6 rents a pound, vier.
Heleot red in g— Lee Clarke.
j fl'nIYm-on, 1 st, •> point, point de flandres lie i« exit naively engag 'd in stock
•If Y .u »re Good” — Lett.» Fi»h-j
f l ! Slid reutils»anoe taking the lead. Bo- rai-ing and ha« nearly 10*10 a-rt's of
W E ARE
TDIIklVQ l l i n V i l i e r o s o LOW T H A T IT
tlste lnces art also ¡inch worn as trlm- land in ca l ivation aud |wature,
O F F E R IN G I n u n K u AHU lA U O L u W IL L P A Y YOU TO
^ l> s cit» »o n — ‘ ‘ T w ix t Thee and Me”
mtug for clou, or silk, designs copied
gel one just to pack your sum mer clothes in
— K»v t^\ ier.
from Hire old bees being ombroldered
tli« »uhool »1 Ch»rry G row , treat" (I
H um » ~
Hu Ship” — Leoaa llop -
if you ore uot going to travel.
por„’a. by giving gooj Uocd tr.d
„ j A new gray » ’^ ^ ■ R f T r e n c h have >■-- «—«a' -'.,, a ( ’ Iirj-linn, l i e , at the
-choi'l holt«« on E rTilay afternoon ot
hcjd.h. !ias helpednutny a mj.- h '
'poetically dubbeJ^M*, *e*' sky Is the
’* hristm as'’— R Clark.
last week. 'Ihe Iran lair* a > m > u i.tiful
besides giving strength and i,eS>-age tr moat ttotw'.-*» o f «ne new and fasbloo-
•‘ Ken’, u.ber. Boy« Make Men” —
crop <-f 11 p i-.nal l»>ll lay gifts, wliieli
I t*-M -4"H "F +++4-++4-+++4“ M
•women who, before taking It, cou'J no! itU u at.a'i1'»- It hasn't even a hint o f were ili»iritnite<l to the lit 11« folk« Guy Hi>-kin«eu.
! riluk or lltoc or cream In It, but la as
e~>cn see any good In life to -as t.
l wilt, a l.ta ral hand
Miss Della is
1 .neom promisingly hard and dreary aa
Christmas carol— Guy Hevier.
the once popular sine gray. No com I very |» polar with the patrons o f Ihe
pletion can stand It, but It will douUt-
In s Finback.
Never Disappoint! }
iesa be worn, slue* It ta fashionable.—
•"Grartlm»'« Mistake” — Nancy H e p -!-. A carefully selected line con
E s .ly in the forenoon on Friday of
taining the newest anil best
New York Sun.
last wuek tins sevtion of country was I» r
games this year. There ia not
. visited by a wind and rain storm, that
Kecititiou— "C hristina»” — Robert
a gam e here that is not a sell
I in ]a>int of violence and duration Fishhook.
breaks the storm teoord for ths past
■’Tli*i« is bn* O n cdtoek in g to Mend
25 years. Tlie storm raged with ...ia T o -N ig lt” — Retta Clarke.
baled fury until nightfall by which
Recitation— ” A Poor Unfortunate”
ALBUMS and fancy goods—
lime fhe wind had acquired a velocity — Pearl Fisbback.
A m agnificent collection of
DALRYMPLE’S j *
•f «¡moat cyclon ic force, which threat
.»»GREAT REMOVAL SALE j *
goods for the holiday season,
ened tlie 'Instruction of everything in
com prising everything that is
■ ■ TIM K EN D A L L A S A N D D IX IE .
M ENS’ SUITS
ex'ra good black
| i's courte. A great deal of timber
new and desirable. Includes
¥ 7 50 values for.
hose for ladies, 25 cent values,
¥ 5 95
Mrs. Henry Clifford is in Portland
was blown down and .light damage
toilet roses, mirror», celluloid
•• •• .
. 7 35
was done to orchards, but there is no having l,« , eyes treated.
snd leather fancy goods, photo
297 Commercial street, Salem, Oregon.
10 00 “ “
. 8 40
teporl of injury to buildings ill the
franits, work boxes.
W eeley Merrtson end wife have
L A D IE S ’ JA C K E T S
Tho «torn, aat unac
been .'¡.¡tin g Dull«» relatives.
The entire line goes at reduc- j 13 50
•• •• .
. II 85
com panied by lightening, but the
W ith every tenth suit nt $10 or over we give a!
D O LL departm ent — Abso
tions from 20 to 50 per cent.
I t 50
rumble of distant thunder was heard
R e lih Ford and Fred H olm an, n|
$10 hill free.
lutely unsurpassed assortment
•• •• .
at interval« until daylight nn Batu • Falls ¡City, hero been visiting J. F
and low prices; 250 heati'di.l
•• •■ .
. 14 85
L A D IE S ’ W R A P P E R S
day morning, by which lim e the storm liolm %n.
kid body, jointed, dre-sod and
•• •• .
. 15 30
T b e profit all goes to the cas- f 17 00
l.ad eutirely ceased.
With every tenth nuit at $•> or over we give a[
China limb dolls, ah ich sell
M » ^ t) H olm an Jr. h e i returned
tourer. Our entire line without
lrom 25 cents to ¥10.
$5 Dili free.
frem Portland, where he bee been
. 17 »6
regard for our cnat.
rHl POLK COUNTY ITEMIZER
R. E . B R Y N N & SO N -
O n e P rice -
■ C*sH S tor*
" ' “"Ì Hardware!
SALEM FENCE WORKS
M y s t e r io u s
S cotch R emedy
E V E R Y T H IN G
Kodaks $5 to $15,
P F E N N IG ,
“ He That Any Good
Would Ü V
iewe!8r and Optician.
J iccd J SaUafauit
JO S- M E Y E R S * SO N S
A fui! lino o f dotili ng, dry good«
good.» at lowed priées.
R. K. Henry lias built a new kitchen.
Opposite Postoflire. Salem, Orep.
H. 8. Seamen visited this place re
F. Wittrnetmm and G. B. Hampton
| are under the weather.
Marion Byron, wife anil daughter.!
of Dallas, are viaiting J. L. Morrison
Frank Morrison ami Marion Byron
have been on e businese trip t« N or
I Patton's Book Store
uwood and daughter. Net-
>e to Seattle to v.eit hit I w
Mr». Fred Palmer.
Corley end George Roweliff
I last of the h op growers in this
it y to sell, having disposed of
I crop e l 14 «enta per pound.
All we want is o or money back
on this line before we move.
A ny 25c, 20c, 15c, 'o ir or five
ply linen collar for » man
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M ENS’ PANTS
9U0 pair of mens working and
dies« pants on sale at
95c up to $4.40
lO co ach iT*
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