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COUNTY ITEMIZtR A 1,1
1 V l " ,% ¥
m o u n ti n g to $5, $10 or #2U
booL OCR STAFF OF RUSTLERS-
An em -i
pluye in given a book ami charged
with its value, then he buys thing* W H A T T H E Y H A V E T O S A Y A B O U T
T H E D O I N G S IN T H E C O U N T Y .
with the coupon« ha a « much money.
D ALLAS, F R ID A Y , JDLY 5, 1901.
The firm are evidently expecting a
prosperous future, for in JfaUs City, A n U n e q u t J ’cd a n d C o m p l e t e Re
s u m e nf W h a t Y o u r F r i o n d s are
dk ’. i i h i d K v s « y F riday M or si !««» A t T:30.
immediately a cn mm the river from the
a n d Have Beer> Lately D o i n g .
old «aw mill they have bought five
V V . A . W .V M I I .
lot«. On the rear one they have con*
■D IT O . AMD PHOPRlKToH.
S M ITH FIE LD .
structed a 30x60 foot barn with room
lor 15 hom*« and a loft big enough to
The baying season is at hand.
hold 75 ton« of 75 ton« of loo«e hay.
SUBSCRIPTION KATK8 :
Facing the main «treet they will this
Mr. Mnrpby and Miss Rhodabarger,
Per year summer erect a «tore building 40xb0 of Fall« City, were among ua
f $ 7 5 ................................Per
............................. Per »ix
month« f*et, two atorte* and haaement. W a
Mcigan Re*»se has returned from
4 0 ........................... l’ «tr three iiioiithz ter will he hoist««! into a 100 barrel Eastern Oregon.
to - supply
the whole premiae«, i
Advertising rate, made known o n .* tank
»xpeot to have their own I MissHullie Bones is staying with
m l they expect
eli'ctiic light plant. Half a mile north , her sister, Mrs. Gilson.
Fine Job Printing done at reasonable of town they have » .laughter house I Jasper Boydston and Bert Hastings
at which «everal beeves are killed eaen |
are helping Ed. Keyt to take care of
__ __________ week and the «urroiinding country
his big crop of clover.
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-------- :-------------------- supplied with meat. They have just
A Cood C o u c h M edicine.
Many thousands have been restored
to health and happiness by the u.e of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
afflicted with any throat or lung true-
hie, give it a trial fur it is sure to be
beneficial C ough, that have resisted
al! other treatment fur years, have
yielded to this remedy aud perfect
health been restored.
seemed hopelezs, that ill« climate of
fameiie health resorts failed to benefit,
have been permanently cured by its
use. For sale by A. K. Wilson.
Jas. Shepherd and his son,
were in M cM innville Tuesday.
Mr. Getty lias bought another milk
Mr. Lucas is having a tine
built to store hay for winter.
July 7th is Childrci
Mr. Beardsley bad twenty baud- Eo1“
Louis Pettyjohn was over from Dal picking cherries M onday; tho crop :
• Every week adds to the n linker <*f
las the first of the week. He intends very heavy this year.
j newlv painted liou-c* and it •4reati y
to take back teams and move over im
Mrs. Chas. Ruin«, of Melnumi,
improves tlm appearance • »f things,
vi.-iling her mother, Mrs. Tlmeker.
! Rome other home* are sadly ill nee«l
Ed Harris lias gone back to Salmon
Andy Hofer am! fam ily and Mi«* of paint.
Ballou, of 8a Will, were out vim ting the
K. C. Craven ami wife and their rel-
a t i vps , the Flatcher». have Itecui so-
FALLS C ITY .
Miss Archie Browu is quite sick.
Journing at the N wport
(¿uite a number from here attended
the Sunday school convention at
Montgomery last Sunday, anil enjoyed
BU E N A VISTA .
a very interesting meeting. T he next
one is to he at Kails City next Sep
Miss Ollie Harris, of M onm ou'h,
tember in ihe Christian church.
visited Mrs. Belle Baldwin las', week.
Mr Lucas is building an addition to
VV. C. Bryant was in town one day liis store and hew sidewalk is being
laid down ami looks very nice,
tini«hed an ice house and dumped in
Arthur Boydston has been over from
Mrs. McClain and Florence Piather
to it a wagon load of ice from Salem. Rickreall.
are quite sick with fever.
Beside« using censiderahle themaelve«
Frank Myer i« having fencing haul
Mr. Bwensen, north of town, is rais it will he sold to the public. Ralph
Ralph Harris and Grace Hall hare
ing artichokes for his stock. He says Ford and Cli is. Murphy manage their ed.
they yield abundantly and that all town store and butcher shop. Mr.
J. W . Myer has gone to Siletz with
Childrens Day exercises at the
kinds of stock are very fond of them. Dodd stays at the mill and Mr. Lucas some horses to sell.
Evangelical church next Sunday at 8
The recent weather has Ween quite
o ’- lu c k .
unfavorable for curing clover hay foregoing shows that it is no small W h a t 8 h a l l W e Have for D e s s e rt?
concern. Thev have already cut this
This question arises in the family
Miss Vivia Hall, of Marquam, will
which is now ready for the sickle.
season 1,500,000 feet of lumber and every day. Let us answer it to-day. spend the summer with Mrs. G. W .
Volunteer correspondence is solicit expect to get out as much more before , 'fry Jell-O, a delicious
and healthful McEaughlin.
ed frons whoever can gather any items snow flies. Their employe« are paid ; dessert. Prepared in twe minutes.
Mrs. Jacks and daughter, of Cooper
well and live well. Here is a partial No boiling! no baking! simply add
Engineer, boiling water and set to cool. Fla Hollow, visited Mrs. G. W . McEaugh
When you wish te buy or «ell any-1 list of their workm en:
lin last week.
thing whatever this paper can greatly j Henry W righ t; sawyer, Andy Byron; vors :— Lem on, Orange, Raspberry and
^Ir. Purvine and daughter, Clara
assist you in bringing speedy result*. setter, Arthur Htarr; edger, Win Strawberry. Get s package at your
have been visiting relatives at Z eus,
Many people are constantly proving K eeney; off bearer«, 0 J Franklin, grocers to-day. 10 cts.
that it pays to advertise.
Mrs. Rob W ilson, of Wells, visited
mers. A1 .Stewart and George Call) -
R ICK R EA LL.
with her mother, Mrs. McClain, sevec
Both Gie number and the quality of |Ign • lumber rustlers, George Lowe, j
Miss Helen Southwick will visit Sa al days last week.
the dairy cows in this county are to i ij0uie duscott and Bert W onderly;
be increased and improved. Other plmiermen, Harry Starr and Jonah lem next week.
creameriea will he established and it L ow e; dry kiln men, Chas W right and
Mrs. A. F. Htoner went to Portland
has been proved that furnishing them | |rH L ow e; grading and tying, A 11 recently on account of her daughter,
Iaeonard Tharp <s having a new
milk can be made profitable. All! Dodd and Peter M iller; yard bos«, I Jessie, being quite sick there.
barn built, Lu H arrington doing the
scrub cattle or those of inferior milk I Robert Wonderly. In the woods John I
ing qualities should be turned into Hughes, John Rhoades, and Dick ! I. W. Goodell has returned from the
Lew Wallace is at Halmon River.
beef and belter ones raised or bought. ! Ferguson saw the logs, John Cameron eastern part of W ashington, where he
and Charlie Tice pe«*l them, A1 Her was alllicted with rheumatism.
Frank Hartman, who is working at
T H E L U C K lY M U T E M IL L .
rington, Ben McDowell and Frank ! Mr*. Addle Allen, who cam e from Dallas, came over M onday to celebrate
It is situated three miles beyond McMurphy do the swamping and ! Ritzville, W ashington, to visit her with his folk«.
Falls City on the Rock Creek load. It. sniping, Oscar Sampson furnishes tlie ! grandmother. Mrs. E. Dempsey, was
Joe Tharp purchased four head of
waj six o ’clock she other eve when skid grease and Johnnie Moyor, A I taken down with measles.
milch cows of Janies Hhepard.
we cast anchor there and told the Sampson and Charlie Jones and their
folks we were going to stay all night. four horse« see that the lours get t>
Misses Reta Rowell and Bessie H us
are here from Springfield on a visit.
We felt perfectly at home, knowing the mill pond, Fream Robinson at- |
sey were Sheridan visitors Monday.
from previous experience that their tends to the butclitring and C J (Ira- ! G b*on A Ellis have about com plet
hospitality was genuine. The thirty ham drives the meat wagon and gath ed their mill dam.
mill hands and timhermen had just ers supplies. Tom Callahan pre.-i.h s
quit work and big appetites made over the dump cart, II W Calkins and | The proposed races were de er.ed
their «uppers taste gsod. There sie s >n have charge of the shingle mill on account of horses being sick.
eighteen families located around the and the lath factory is operated by Mr
C LIM A TIC
It W ill S u r p r i s e Y o u . T r y it.
mill. The total population aggregat Nelson And Pearl Hughes. 'The lu m
It i* the medicine above all others
ing about 90. They have erected a ber haulers are Warren Ward, B B
NofcMng but a local
tnieilv or change of cli-
for catarrh and is worth its weight in
little school house and Mis* Frantz, Harrington, B A Lombard, L Bliej
,r,ate will cure
who is to t< ach in Dallas, has charge herd, Henry Dorton, B W Miller, | gold, E K ’s Cream Balm does all claim-
of the mill children, all of whom like Ch**ster Gutnrie, Sellers brothers, Joe ed for it.— It. \YT. Sporry, Hartford
T h e S p e c if ic Is
Con. My eon was iiHficted witli ea-
her and so do their parents. They Jack and Ch iilie Truax
Ely’ s Cream Balm
He ueed Ely’» Cream Balm
exjKiCt to organize a Sunday school
It in quickly absorbed
THROUGH TH E COUNTY.
and the diaaagreeable eutitrrh all left
Gives relief at once.
Many of the mill hands »pend their
It opens ami cleanses the
him .— J. C. Olmatexd, Areola. 111.
Sundays down at Falls City
An ou t
[C O N T IN U E D FROM L A ST W E E K ]
The Balm does not irritate or cause
sider might think it a hard and deso
Her son, Otis McMilleu, has moved t<> sneezing. Sold hv druggist» at 50 p A I n i l . U P A pe Heals and P rotect« the
late life, but the millites find many
IT L M l i vlenibranc. Restores the
his Salmon river ranch anil in the fnll cent» or mailed by Ely Bio»., 5ft War U U L U
things to interost. thorn between work
Senses o f Taste and Smell. No injurious drug. R eg
she will move to Sherwood, the place ren »treet, New York.
ular size, 50 cents; Family size, «1 o r by mail.
ing hour«. There are three bunk
being for rent. W e are now in a
F.LY BROTHERS, 66 W ar.en Street, New Y ork.
bou*es occupied by those who eat at rather densely timbered country, only
W ES T SALEM .
the hoardjng house, which is presided
an occasional farm having been hewed
over by Mrs. Milker and her sister,
Several of our citizen, have been at
out of it. But in later years there is
Mr«. Lowe. Bert Martin, t,ht night
an increasing demand for o ik grub tending the Turner camp meeting.
CHAS. H. MORRIS.*
watch, blew a «ingle whistle at 5 in
wood for shipment to Portland and as
M r., Elliottj« Scarlet Rambler rose
the morning to arouse the cooks, half goats can he so profitably used in sub
ha» been admired by everyone
At) hour later com es two whistles to
sequent clearing o f the ground, many
warn everybody to get up and get.
Mr«. Walker F itt. baa been quite
an additional acre is yearly being put
ready for breakfa«t which is announc
iu condition for grass now and cultiva sick for two weeks.
ed at 6 o'clock by three whistles. The
tion later. Passing by the old Peter
Mis» Kate O 'Fiyng, of South Sa
6:45 whistles cautions all workmen to
Syron place where Sain Soars live*, lem, visited Mrs. Chris Ramseyer last
he at their posts of duty ami ready to
[ and the old W m . Conner farm now oo Sunday.
begin work promptly at 7. Five inin-
copied by his widow and his sou Ezra,
a t w b e f o * tll.t time the machinery we Cltme to
on j Mi»« Adele Traglio has returned
, h put in motion and m l-d up to avoid ( K(1(, ,. rilirjo wl)ere h;„ ^ th„ ‘ (li I a feein Baker City and is with her sii-
anv loss of tune. Every man has a few years ago, aged ove*
100. At the ter, Mr». H. W . W likening.
given p lu e , know. Ilk duty »nd i. ex- | w„ , erll e ,l(¡H of Ul„ priliru,
Mrs. A W . W itberell, of Portland,
perte,i to perform it promptly »nd , j Turili(|g,, iiai liTe,l for m .n y year.
spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs.
qu ickly. " " S w - o r ...
I he -till abides. His fre»h painted
various aign. being used in deed. Will. house Rn(i llew y„,| fence add greatly M, A Chapman.
but snort interval, for change, they t() th„
, n*ce of lhinRi
Mr. W right »nd wife, of Shellbiim , Has as fine a set of optical in
dt.sect .swings into various ■hap*. M, ighborB‘
WBrJ ,ir„ W . (,. W o lf . spent a day with Mrs. M. E. Gibson struments as can be found, all
and sizes until the noon whistle says .
,, _ . . .
, last week.
» i i .1
and L. A. Harold, and Mr. Mieiielbook
the very latest improved. Sat
•top, »»at and rest until 1 o clock, when
. . .
abides where we com e to tlu> Grand
the hum begins for another duration ..
Mrv. George Mack and daughters, isfaction guaranteed.
itonde road. .\ll the grain in that re
of five hours. 1 hev cut on an avsr-
, , ,
Nina and Helen, of Joseph, visited al
or fuui f«et
i . a 1 day and i nearly
. 1 .. all
-ii o f , 8lon , looks remarkably
* . wall and
.. . , thev the Chapman home last week.
e x a m i n a t i o n s FREE
iire beginning to sow clover, field peas
it very .oon atari, for market. 1 hey
„ ... L . . .
and other good «took feed. Nowhere
k .ep a dozen team, oil the road deliv-
did we see any loafer, nxr were any en W hite and wife spent Sunday at tiie
«rin g their products to various pl.ee«.
countered who had the appearance of White home.
Beside, all classes of larger lumber,
being bard customers
Most of the
they make many sliingle. and pick
Mrs. E. J. McNary and Mrs. Edwin
people are living quietly and oonteut,
«1«. They have just added 900 feet of
being fairly industrious and having Elliott attended the Turner camp
steam pipe to their large drying plant,
| no thought of ever gaining more than meeting Sunday and on the way home
ao ns to run their lumlier through it i
a good living. Near tke top of the Mrs. McNary lost her jacket.
in a short time. They have thi» j
long Butler hill we turned out over a
East week while at work on tha roof
spring shipped 15 car loads of dressed
Galvanized iron and cop
rough road through the lim ber and of George Gosser’s house, G. W . Locey
lumber to California and other distant
were soon at the place which old Mr, fell and received injuries which result
per work. H op and fruit
points. Farmer, conic from all over
Coulee traded to Chas. Rees for u ed in his death in s few hours.
the county for lumber, many barn«
place near Newberg. Noontime found
being now under construction. W ith
os at the pleasant home where Mr.
It Dazzles th e W o r ld .
in a week or two the following hills
Bartholomew and wife have lived for a
have been cut for barns : F. M. Smith,
dozen years. They being congenial created one quarter of I lie excitem ent BURROUGHS & FRASER
irf ia-wisville, 14,000 ami J. H MoMil-i
1««. at Monmouth. 18,000 feet, besides " ' ' T " " * . 1
,h * hm,r " ^ » t under that has been caused hy Dr. King's
their roof was all too short ami we feel New Discovery ior Consumption. It’s
All 8.000 feci order for the dwelliug of
incliueil to go there again
E. R W il severest test» have been on hupele-s
Frank I^ewis and a 13,000 foot order
son »nd Bert Parker live on ahead victim s of consum ption, pneumonia,
for George Booth by’* new residence.
and in u little valley to the north Mrs. hemorrhage, pleurisy and bronchitis,
In the timber we found a crew of men
Dyer lives where her parents lived so thousands of whom it ha« restored to
cutting, peeling and hauling logs to
many years ago. Yonder, not far from perfect health. For coughs, colds,
il»e mill pond. They have two »pans
the roadside is a large white h nise uMtlniiH, croup, hay fever, hoarsen»»»
«of Urge and sensible horses, one use«!
| known as the Job Conner place and and whooping cough it is the quick
in f i tting (lie log« out to the skill
Mrs Martha Conner and her children est, surest cure in the world, ft is
load and the other in bauliug them.
abide there. In days long gone by sold by all druggists, who guarantee Cameras
At rtcli load the two horses draw
| full many a pioneer visited under that satisfaction or refund money. Earge
«l>out 6.000 feet of log«, there tiding
mol. The Wise A Kavt ,'150 acre hop bottles .die ami »1. Trial bottle, free.
from four to eight logs, Acc«rdiug to
RIGH T PRICE S *
j yard is being run hy VV J. W hite end
eize and length. The log« are fasten
R ICK R EA LL.
ed in a strirg, «>ne «/ter «no»her being 114 B Gates who have it in better con
dilion than it ever was liefore. It has
prom pt ami speeial attentiun.
Mrs. Krank Gibson lias a fine
li<«»k«d together by »hurt chains. A
buy goe« in front with a bucket ot
grease to lubricate the skids and the oughly worked. They are living in a
K. Vaughn and family visited In-
«moothlv peeh-d logs glide over them
a« smooth ss you please. The own- I ji ining Scott Riggs place now owned dependence Sunday »ftem o on
ers «>/ the mill are F. A. Lucas itnd A by Mr. Bolder there is a splendid
Mi*s Kate Simonton is home from I
He in building
II. Drnld and their elBcient foreman is j grass and grain crop.
the Salem Sanitarium.
\V. J. Routhwell. T o each of them
Next door to'P . O., Dallas.
Mrs. Owe#« and family, o f Stockton. I
we are under obligations for fourt«' will keep a dozen or more cows him-
sie« rendered. They have two store«,
one at the mill and the other in Fall i furnish him more or Jess. It may be Mis. Angeline Burch
City. Not only their own hands, but j the nucleus, around which a large and
Mrs. J4. Orr and Mrs. K. A San son 1
she com m unity at large, gi\e them a prod tide plant may he built. He lias have returned from a weeks visit with I
Liberal patronage. Thev have Lx ki several large patches of exlra good Mr*. O is Wait, of l* *pcorn. Mr*. Orr 1 ARRIVED j *
o f oou|N>ns of fr» m a cent to a «h ilar clover and velclies upon which to feed i < slowly im proving in health.
| his stock. A Mr. Thomas js on the
A car load of woven wire
.1 dm atbao Seats (dace which now be
IJnite a crowd attended the horse
fencing, which will he
longs to Mr. A n it , on the old l>e- rae*
«* Iji't Saturday. The race wr.*
sold at low prices. .Cor
lasliinutt farm. Dr. Kink s borne has w ui by J. B. Ncstii.ilh’« Pauline N.
That is <1r*p*f«u.
been very much improved in appear-
It make, life miserable.
I Slice. Teddy I W s home looked so
» « sufferers eat net because they um l 1 », rloncMtnie without him and his dogs.
- I » » simply because they imwr.
A number of teams were treating bad pemlemw, vt».ia'.<l wd I i Mr«. J. B. Nt-a-
They know they art Irritable and fretful; places in the Salt Creek read to a mitli un* day la»t wirk.
but they cannot be otherwise.
, generous coat of gravel. Whoever
S h e D id n 't W ea r A M ask«
•>W Stete street, Salem.
They complain of a bad taste in tho I visits numerous h olies in this con • ty
But her beauty w h s com pletely bi<1
mouth, ■ tenderness at the pit of the stom will cm,etude that its citizenship will
ach, an uneasy feeling of puffy fulness, rank well with »ny other locality in «lei» hy sore*, blotches urn pimples
head* lie, heartburn mu] what not.
till *he us«1«! Nucklen's Arnica Salve.
The effectual remedy, proved by perma the state.
Then they vanished as will all erupt- i
nent cures of thousands of severe eases, ts
i ns, fe\er sores, holla, ulcers, carhun*i
O A . M T O I I I A .
cles and felon* from its u«e. Infallible
s t I * kmd You Hiw ttam
f»»r cuts, corns, burns, ecaht« and pile«.
khoP% Piueafe ih. hMaaSsruc!
[C ure guarantee»!. 25c at all druggist«,|
Good pasture to rent by E. T . Ev
ans near Dallas.
J. J. Long and Mr. Miller have
gone to reside on their timber claims
near Philomath and make im prove
The L ucks and Dodd mill lias shut
down til! after the Fourth.
SALEM FENCE WORKS
---------------- -« • » --------------- -
B. L. Hastings and wife are visiting
their son, Rice, at Oakland.
N O T IC E IS H E R E B Y G IV E N T H A T
the undersigned executor o f the la»t will and
testament o f Daniel Vanbualcirk, deceased,
by \ irtue of un order o f the county court of
Polk county, Oregon, duly made and entered
t>f record on ihe .‘ird day of June, A . D ., 11K)1,
licensing and directing said executor to sell
the following de«crib«Ki real property belong
ing to said deceaaed at the time of his death,
to-wit: Beginning at the southwest corner of
the donation land claim o f Joseph Sanders,
notification number 1,931, claim No. 43, sec-
tion 1, in t 6 s, r 5 w, of the Willamette nier-
idian; thence east 23.30chains to Stephen Me-
Kinney's donation land claim, notification
number 2.”»3, claim N o 77; thence south 19.73
chains; thence east 15.25 chains; thence south
18 chains; thence east 10 chains; thence aouth
1.50 chains; thence west 09.81 chains; thence
north 14.77 chains to the donation land claim
o f Edwin T. Stone; thence north 70 degrees,
east 28.20 chains, to the southeast corner of
said E. T. .Stone claim; thence north 20 de
gree*, we*t 15.62 chains to the place of begin
ning, containing 158.50 acres, more or less,
situated in the county of Polk and state of
Oregon; will sell at public auction in front of
the court house door in Did Its, Polk county,
Oregon, on the
13th Day of July, A. D., 1901,
FRANK E. GRISWOLD'S
Pavilion Railroad Uncie Tom s Cabin Company
— W ill Exhibit at—
Dallas, Wednesday, July 10th,
This com pany carries 40 people, a car load of beautiful sp. cial and m echani
cal eliects, and one of the finest bands ami orchestras on the road. This
com pany 1ms be in organized at an actual cost of $20,000, and should
not be confouuded with other so called com panies playing this piece,
Children, 15 cents
Admission, 25 cents
A t 1 o'clock, p. in., to the highest bidder for !
cash in hand, all of the right, title and inter- j
e*t which the said Daniel Vanbuskirk had in
«aid premise* at the time of iii* death, to-wit:
the 15th day of January, 1900.
J. L. COLLINS, Executor.
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C arter White Lead 7Ac a pound.
Pure boiled Linseed oil 8 0 cents
Pure R aw Linseed oil 78 cents »»| *
Pure Spirits Turpentine 05 cent« *
l l ’ cent« a pound
REAL EST A T E
Above prices will be revised
from time to time as necessa
ry. Figure with us before
buying paints, W e will save
you money. Only high
grade goods at
•8* *î*v •H**i**M**f’ •5**r4M5*
•¡••F4* 4’ 4,4*4*,5* 4* 4* 4* 4*
You Have Never H eards
Next to postoffice, Salem, Or.
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One of these sweepers will outlast forty brooms.
J. J. Wiseman, Dallas, Oregon, n
N O T IC E IS H E R E B Y G IV E N T H A T
by virtu« «>f an execution and order of male
duly ¡ff*tml out of and under the hand and «i»4*
«•al of the clerk o f the circuit court <»f the
state of Oregon for the county o f f o lk , in a
a certain suit therein pendinsr* wherein S.
L. Scroggin and Jacob Wortiuan, partners
doing l>usineM under the firm name and style
«»t Hcroggin A W ortiuan, are plaintiiL, ard
I>. W . ivears as administrator of the «state of '
F. \V. Plqmbark, deceased , and Lillie Plum-
b e ck . are defendant*, dated the 5th «lav of
June, 1901, ami to me directed, upon a judge
ment and decree entered and docketed in
said court, in aai i suit, on the 3rd day of
June, 1901, I will, on
S atu rd a y , J u l y 6 f IS 0 ;v
at the hour of 1 o'clock, p. in., of said day.
sell at public auction, at ti e front door of the
county o.iurt house in Dallas, in said county,
to the highest bidder, for cash in hand on day
o f sale, in the manner prescribed b y law. the
lollowing deer rihed real estate, to -.viit Lot*
*No. one and tw o o f section fifteen In t i* a, of
r 5 w, of the Willamette Meridian, in Polk
containing forty-tWti acre«
a**d thirty-three hnndreth* of an s»-re, accord-
r U Z Z l * « «ice
bv tfw «yrvejor general;
« ith the ]
te<icmeTjts, hereiiitament* apd appurteu •
thereunt«» beloeglcg, >*r in anywise apj*ertain-
THE HARDWARE M AN.
• C YC LIST S,
• A T T E N T IO N S
.? G. V AN ORSDKU
Sheriff of polk county, Oi ^u«».
Nole our prices:
$4 0 0 ? ?
, Grand Rapids, nickel 3 5 0 ? «
'Same, Japan trimmed 3 00++
Will g ive strength t-> the nerves and re
store the liver and kidneys t«> a healthy
condition, give tone to the stom ach wnd
bowels, and prom ote a
healthy digestion; Mill relieveroiistipa-
tion, purify the blood and make a heal
thy body with a clear skin. That tired
feeling will leave you and sleep will be
restful. At W ilson’« dru g store, Dal las.
Dated Dallas, (>regr»n, this 7th dav of June,
Of a woman who has used
a Bisojl)(that says s h e p re -l?
fers a [broom, because one
o f those labor saving
chines relieves her o f the
burdens of sweeping day,**
saves time and preserves **
v v v v -I- v * 1 * *■* * •!* *H- 4
FRY S DRUG STORE
4 - 4 *-F-;. V v ‘ F
Timber and Ranch
Lands a Specialty.*
We are prepared to locate you upon some of 3*
the finest timber claims in Oregon, or if you 3 *
want an improved ranch or fruit farm, we can *
show von just what you are looking for. Call m
and see us. A ll correspondence promptly at S'.
LU TH ER A CO., J)allas, Or.
Pure Zinc in Oil, red seal, 25c, 11
cents a pound.
L U T H E R & C O ,*
Pure Zinc in Oil, green seal, 25*,
D ifficult Digestion
The hotel is being painted.
PF E N N IG ,
Jeweler and Optician.
Mrs. Louisa Jarvis, widow of George
Jarvis, was married to John Murphy
at Dallas July 1st.
H o o d ’s Sarsaparilla
Call and see samples of Rambler, Ideal and Cres-
eent bicycles at
Largest stock of sundries outside of Salejp.
Rest equippped repair shop in Polk county.
SPECIAL A T T E N T IO N
T O O U T OF T O W N