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S A L E M S IM M E R IN C 8 .
LOCA L AND GENERAL-
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C O U N TY C O U R T.
HUMOR OF THE HOUR
Beit known to everybody that the
Dr. Will Cavanagb, dentist; office
C ouise studio bea’ s them all on pho W H A T W E H A V E L E A R N E D D U R I N G over the bank in Dallas.
f v l l r Prepare».
T H E W E E K F R O M A L L AV AIL-
“ Mr. Spudlong,” began the youth,
Who will hire us a gentle diiving
hangtng hit hat on the back of his
horse for several month*.
chair, “ 1 will occupy only a few mo
Ih» n >t forget that 0 . W. Hellen- A b le S o u r c e s D is h e d u p for O u r
menta of your time. I have come to
N u m e r o u s F a m i l y of Readers
brand s restaurant is equal to the
block in the place of the buildings re ask yon for your daughter. I” —
In A h re v ia te d P a r a g r a p h s .
best of them.
cently burned at Monmouth. The
“ Toung man." said the elderly bank
postuttu e and stores will occupy the er, “do you” —
Spectacle^ and glasses at Pfennig’s.
Remember that Dr Keeler, the vet
lower story, while the floors above
"Yes. sir. I realize fully that she has
erinary surgeon, understands his bust- | Wagner Bros, have a number of first will be devoted to a public ball and been tenderly nurtured and that she la
ness and can cure any sick animal un o I jihs bicycles at from $25 to $50, also offices.
very dear to you; also that her home U
less i* be beyond medical aid. Inquire | some second hand ones for ssle very
•me In which she has lieen surrounded
All Polk county warrants endorsed
at the steel bridge feed yard.
cheap. Go and examine l heir oft» r-
by every luxury. But she ia willing to
cached by the treasurer.
“Can you” —
Wool wanted and highest market
The soap works out by the woolen
"No. air; I can’t quite maintain her
W. A Morris, a grandson of Mrs
mill are turning out a fine quality of j price will be paid, liiuh g»udc of
In the style to which she has been ac
laundry and toilet soap, which they j groceries and low grade of prices at Robert Farley, lias be* n eh cted a
teacher of Latin in the Portland high customed, hut I have a good salary,
will ex* hunge for Polk county soap the store of U* E. Brynn Jc Boa in
school. He is a recent graduate of and I'm ready to chance It. Bo la Bhe.”
Sta.idford university, where be won u • "AVI11 you’’ -
“ Yea, sir; I will keep my life Insured
One of the beat and most reliable $200 medal for oratory.
for a sum sutficient to provide for her
Sometimes a boy knows lietter than marble cutters in the state is G. L.
Many boo buyers are now offering If 1 should he taken away.”
bis parents what will suit him. The Hawkins, «f Independence. He does 12 cents for the coming crop. If it
“ Would you"—
blue serge, Oxford cheviots and fancy nearly all the cemetery work in this pans out according to present pros
“ No, sir; I would not expect to live
mixed worsted vest suits for boy* car county.
pects the growers will be richly re with the family. I am able to buy and
ried a’ the Johnson clothing house
New and second hand threshers
furnish a modest home for her.”
look nice, fit easy and wear well. They and engines of various kinds and new
"Young man,” said Mr. Spiullong,
Charlie Bricker, who is noted as be
are for ages from 9 to 16and cost from and second hand pumps on sale at
$2 to $7. It sometimes pays to liu Wagner Bros. shop. Go and exam ing the highest man in the county, looking at Ida watch, “ I rather l: e
beidg over seven feet high, i* working your style. You can have her. Good”—
fLOr your boys in such tilings.
"Morning, air.”—Chicago Tribune.
J. D. Belt is now clerking in the
Mrs. Brophy and Mrs. Hunter, of
Why patronize a loud smelling Chi Sheridan drug store.
T is significant that in homes of wealth where
Eola, were badly hurt by a scared
F ro m K a ste rn W a s h in g t o n .
nese laundry when for the same mon
horse overturning and breaking up
P. R. Graher writes as follows: The
ey the steam laundry will do yen so
the very best is demanded, Ivory Soap is
Oregou settlement is about twenty
much more satisfactory woik. On mal school, is back fiom a year’s trav their buggy last week.
el in the east and Europe, gathering
Liberty near State slieet.
used in the nursery. At the same time, in
Why do you work for small wages miles oast of Rilzville in Adams coun
the latent and best along primary edu
ty. Wheat is the principal crop. OaU
when with us you can earn »3 to *5
hundreds of families where economy decides
do well hut not much is raised because
per day? riaasunt, permanent and
For black seamless hose for ladies
W. P. Connowa.C has returned from profitable employment for ladies and farmers have not proper mechinery
and children, for best quality of 48
the choice, Ivory Soap is selected. Thus its purity
for harvesting it, binders being very
inch oil cloth in various colors at 15 several weeks’ stay at Moscow, Idaho. gentlemen. Addrma “ Amtger,” 403, scaree. All wheat ie out with a head
attracts the rich; its economy attracts the poor. High
cents, for mens summer underwear,
There are now 1,20© inmates at the Chaiiihar of Commerce HuiLling, Ta er and ia used for hors*- feed, hog feed
for childrens clothing, for glove tit insane asylum. It costs about 33 coma, Wash.
and bread. Frnit trees loek about as
quality and low cost: is there any better combination?
ling corsets, in short for everything to cents a day to keep them.
Mrs. M. E. Weaver wishes to an well as those in your country. Outside
GMTMtMT i m •» t n i N o e i a i a w i u i ee.
wear, go to the New York Racket
City Auditor Stouffar is anything nounce to her pupils and all who may range is a thing of the pelt, ea all the
store, where the prices are always low
contemplate studying art during the good land is being fenced and culti
summer, that the atudio will be open vated. Our wheat fields are attractive
Among the applicants for diplomas on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fri to the sight and promise a big yield.
COUNTY SEAT CUTLETS.
B r o w n ’s T a i l o r S h o p .
F A R M E R S ' E X C U R S IO N .
before the state board of dental exami- | days of eacli week. After July 1st This ia u rolling prairie country, cov
W. C. Brown & Son have an txper
Gunsmith Risser knows all about uers in Portland this week is Dr. Win. the terms will be 50 cents a lesson.
ered willt sage brush, which is a very-
Last Thursday in response to an in
ieneed cutter ami a number of ladies vitation from the atate agricultural fira arms and ammunition, therefore Cavanaugh, of Dallas.
good substitute for firewood. Many
making all kinds of clothing. Leave college authorities, accompanied by can give you the best satisfaction in
Dr. Lowe, the well known eculo- Sunday morning and evening. Sou haul water because they cannot afford
your order for a suit. You will get free round trip tickets given by the either. If you have a cranky lock or
optician is coming soon, and the wise day school at 10 und K. L. C. E at 7. te drill deep wells at a cost of $2.25 a
better material, a better fit and better Southern Pacific and Corvallis and key, he can make it work all right.
foot. One of my neighbors struck
wliu Heed glasses will wait for him.
workmanship than in buying ready Eastern railroad companies, about 150
good water at 85 and another at 11*
made clothing and at about the same prominent farmers assembled in Cor
Mrs. Sarah Richmond has rented
feet. Our climate ie at good but some
Faull, the hardware man, lias an
cost. Tell your friends about Brown's vallis to see what was being done by
her 400 acre Salt Creek farm to Frank
what more windy than wi.h you. It
immense quantity of binding twine
Rev. Campbell will address the people.
the state along agricultural lines. ready for harvesters, he ha* a variety Friesau. Henry McKee, who occu All are invited to come and fetch a is now very warm and dusty. The
Oregonians are well pleased with their
They were both surprised and delight of oils for engines and machines, bolts pied the place for several years, has full basket and have a good time.
H o w '/ fh is ?
surroundings I met Henry McKee
ed by what their eyes beheld. One of all sizes and other things to repair been in southern Oregon in search of
We offer $100 reward for any case and all realized that in a very few machinery, every kind of fixture used a desirable dairy ranch.
Liceucea have been issued for the looking up the resources of this coun
of catarrh that cannot be cured by years thyre will have been a grand im in burbling modern barns, gate hing
marriage of Chas. Oleman and Jean try and killing ticks between times.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Millard, of Sa
H.illV Catairb C ure— F. J. Cheney <£ provement in Oregon farming. It es and fastenings, all metal tilings
nette Kinsy, of Peedee, alao John Dave Reddekopp has a fine ranch
Co., Toledo, Ohio. We the under was perhaps the most important far needed in building a dwelling, any
Murphy and Mr». Louisa neur Teal’s with a good spring and C. Tavsa is
Tillamook und her parents, Mr. and
getting his thresher ready for work.
signed, have known F. J. Cheney for mers meeting ever held in the state thing about a farm.
the last fifteen years, and believe him and never before have the railroads
He ia expecting Peter and David Red
dekopp from Polk to assist him.
perfectly honorable in all business displayed so generous a policy. They
Win. Pearce, of Eola bills, lias been
In the Wilson block is located the made night wtltok at the reform
transactions and financially able to now fully realize that their prosperity
Tom’s Cabin company have, showed,
N o rth O f T o w n .
carry out any obligation made by must he preceded by that of tlie agri cheapest store in town. 8. C. Dodson school.
speak in high terms of the perform
being the proprietor. A peep into his
Tha oilier afternoon we took a ride
their firm.— West A Trtiax, Wholesale cultural gl sses.
Mrs. Mary Lee, of Pendleton, lias ances, and we believe our citizens will among the people living in the timber
show windows will give you an idea
druggists, Toledo, Ohio, Walding.
of what is on the inside
He Handles been visiting her neice, Mrs. J. E. tie well entertained should they at ed region just north of Dallas. There
Kinnan A .Marvin, Wholesale drug
Try U ra in -O ! Try C ra ln -O !
tend the play.
are more of them and they aro more
gists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall’s Catarrh
Ask your grocer to show you a a variety of household necessities.
Cure is taken internally, acting di package of Grain-O, the new food
George Snyder came over from Sa
Remember, Griswold’s mammoth pleasantly situated than moat people
imagine. C. Swenson has an ideal
rectly upon the blood and mucous drink that takes the place of coffee.
It costs but little extra for a lady lem Monday and returned to his du Uncle Tom ’s Cabin company stay on foot hill home. Grass, grain, fruit
surfaces of the system. Testimonials The children may drink it. without in
ties at the asylum Tuesday morning. ly one complete performance, com
and berries grow to perfection and
sent free, l'rice 75 cents per bottle. jury as well as the adult. All who try
mencing at 8 p. m.
the water and air are so pure. His
H. C, Dimick has a letter from his
Hold by all druggists. Hall’s Family it, like it. Grai i-O has that rich seal Mrs. Chace has a variety of articles
son Clem and family have just re
Pills are the best.
brother Ernest teiling of the death of
brown of Mocha or Java, but it i- table and better appearing.
turned from a several months visit iu
their brother George at Stan wood,
made from pure grains, ami the most
Caqin company travel is ene of the California. Within three years about
delicate stomach receives it without
300 cords of wood have been out on
Montgomery A Mulligan are now distress. ^ the price of coffee. 15c.
See Isaac Lynch about any particu
J. J. Wiseman has gone to the hot Cur company at a cost of $25,000.
his place and last win*er Will Lyons
prepared to furnish any kind of lum and 25 cts. per package. Sold by all lar job of black6mithing you want
springs, across the Columbia river
and John Zachary got nut their 35&00
her on short notice. Saw and planing grocers.
Notable among the many timely ar
Imp poles. Located around “ the old
mills three fourth miles west of Falls
tides in the July Muga/.ino Number
fitted by their medicinal qualities.
City, with branch office and yard at
C O U N C IL M EETIN G .
of The Oi'llook is Mr. Hamilton W. McCracken are a half dozcu thrifty
Airlie in charge of W. J. Turnidge.
Mrs. J. R. Robbins and her sister, 'tabic's article on “ The Spirit of the German families. They are gradually
They me* Monduy evening in regu ture dealer, both buys and sells second
Our lumber is seasoned and trimmed
Miss Lulu Gilbert, are camping at New World ns Interpreted by the Pan* taking lots of cordwood from theii
premises whioli will first he sown to
and it pays to buy dry lumber. Plans
American Exposition,” profusely il*
Present— Councilmen Fi-ke. Con ble furniture, it might be traded to
grass and will in a few years be ready
and estimates furnished frte. Writs
1 nitrated; Mr. Elbert F. Baldwin con-
for cultivation. John Middleton and
for further information.— John Mont
for a thiee week’s stay in Coos county Iributea an appreciative paper on Sir family have a pleasant home across
gomery. general manager, Win. Mul sail, Mr. Mayoi, marsh il, street com goods from the factory every week.
Walter Besant, “ The Founder of the
on higher ground. That íb a fine re
ligan, yard manager.
People,s P a l a c e t h e first two cha| •
W. G. Vassal was made auditor pro
The Salem stage comes loaded ev construction of two churches. lie ter, of Ralph Connor’s new story ‘‘ The gion for goats. Between the homes
of George and Lee Humphrey we saw
Man Found Dead.
These claims against the city were ery day. the driver being very careful logues and will do some educational Man from Glengarry,“ give a vivid a fine band of them, and Mark Blng-
L‘*st Sunday afternoon while W.
in filling orders.
picture of the feuds of Canadian lum
gett has a fine stand of cheat hay
McLane, of Suver, was out walking VV F Muscott, hauling............$ 8 00
They grain, grass and vegetables out
near the railroad bridge a m ’le north
George Con key has moved to Inde
J M Grant, sa la ry .................. 23 00
As a blacksmith J. E. Smith is bard pendence wliero he is clerking in
For a week past the weather has that way are good enough and« the
of there, he ran across a dead man in
A E Campbell, tower.............. 22 93 to beat.
been intensely hot throughout the area of agricultural land is yearly be
some bushes. Coroner Woods, of
L D Daniel, same.....................
ea*t, thousands being prostrated by coming larger. North of the home of
Dallas, was notified by telephone and
Hibbard A Robinson, gravel. . 29 70
As foreman of the Dallas fire de
went out Mond .y moi ning with Dr.
Why cramp your feet and be con partment George Bowles is the riglst the heat and many dying. They M. Guy, on the Kllendale road, three
J J Williams, salary ..............
would have given a kingdom tor a new families, Mr. Griffin, Mr. Estel,
McCallon and Andrew Hwlman as Thurston Lumber C o .............. lb 66 tinually uncomfortable by buying
man in the right place. He takes a slice of Oregon weather.
and Mr. Carpenter, have settled. The
clerk. A coroner’s jury consisting of
1) J Riley, lights...................... 102 50 poorly made shoes, when you oa.i get pride in keeping it in an efficient con
roads up that way are all right in
J. T. James, A. B. Perry, H. Frum, C.
F. E. Shafer, the leading harness summer, but rather toujh during the
F H Muscott, hauling........
1 50 perfect fitting and long wearing oner dition. He spends many an hour
E. McLane, J. Quivy and J. C.
maker in Salem, has moved to 232 winter.
An ordinance regulating flues was at Gaynor’s store.
Schmidt was selected, end upon exam
read first time.
aldson is assistant engineer, Conrad Commercial etreet, near the Duah
p u b lic School A lu m n i.
ination it was found that the man
bank. He nets only the best leather
An ordinance granting the railroad
D is tric t S u n d a y S c h o o l R a lly .
They had their annual reunion at Staff n, secretary Hiid Ed Shaw treas
had been dead a month or more and compepy certain track privileges was
and all his work is first class.
Last Sunday morning a large crowd
the city ball last Thursday evening urer. They meet once a month for
that he had evidently killed himself,
read second time and passed.
Ross Ellis .a president and made drill.
A. W. Dockateader, the new Dallas gathered in the oak grave at the
there being a hole through his head
Fiske’s motion to allow the bill pest things bum. Ice cream, cake and
and a pistol near bis face. He was
Mrs. Matilda Cook, who had lived liveryman, ia already winning trade Montgomery school house.
er to erect a board south of the city crushed strawberries were served to
well dressed, bad two front teeth out,
in Monmouth since 1884, died there that before went elsewhere. He fully President Jones was chairman of (lie
was voted down.
about 100 members and guests Then lust week.
understands the business and it always doy. There waa a good program el
weighed about 140 pounds and was
A report from the fire chief was re
singing, recitations, etcetera. Tracy
pleases him to please his patrons.
about 30 years old. There was no ferred to the fire and water committee they had a series of toasts with Super
Staats gave a good talk on How to
intendent Starr presiding. Miss Lyd
clew to bis identity and be was buried
A motion by Vassall to have Wal ia Campbell gave an address of R. T. Booth by, south of Monmouth.
A stray bay mars about 11 years old make your Sunday school a success
on tlie spot.
ter William* fine remitted was lost.
welcome to the class just graduated
A. B. Westerfield, of Lafayette, has the pasture of E. T. Evans on the Lea Rev. Dotson, the state field Hunday
A motion of Fluke's for certain im and Miss Esther Savage responded.
school worker, illustrated with the
S to p s t h e C o u g h
place near Dallas. Owner sail get blackboard a model normal Bunilay
provements in the first ward wAs not Responses to the toasts were given by leased the Sheridan Sun.
And works off the cold. Laxative bro- acted upon.
During last May an infant child oi
school lesson. Dinner was spread on
Prof. Reynolds, Al»x Van Orsdel, Miss
moquinine tablets cure a cold in one
Elli s moved.
a long table anti everybody had an
Nellie Muscott and others. At eleven our neighbor was suffering Irom cho iges
day. No cure, no pay. Price, 25
o’clock about 40 of them proceeded ti lera infantum. The doctors had giv-
Preaching at the Baptist and Pres abundance of the good things. No
T o C u r e a C o l d In O n e Day
u up all hopes of recovery. I look a byterian chnrehea at ths usual hours -me was allowed to go away hungry.
serenade Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Stump
At noon nearly everybtxly went down
Tnk»* laxative bromo quinine tablets. who had been married hut a few short bottle ef Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera next Sunday.
to the Luckinmute to view the sus
All r.ruggisti* refund the money if i» hours. Henry got up like a little man and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house,
Mrs, A. B. Gay has arrived from pension bridge put in by the neighbor-
fails to cure. Signature of E. W. an I pft'-el the cigars around n ninny telling them it would do good it used
according to directions, pi two day* California to spend ths summer with hood for the convenience of thoso who
Grove on each box. 25 cents.
Hie hoys and girls.
attend day and Bunday school at the
|iime the child had fully recovered, Mrs. W. A. Wash.
This signature 1» on ev e ry box of the genuine
Montgomery seuaool house.
R e m e d y for p t o m a c h a n d Bowels . i’he child is now vigorous and healthy.
Mra. H. C. Fox and children, of about 50 feet above high water and
We jiqve boti} lumber and shingle*
Laxative Bromo-Quinine t .« « .
“ I have been in the * drug busiueor I have recommantled this remedy Rickreall, are viaiting friends at Carl
the remedy that rnree a ©old la oas day for sale cheap.
something like 200 feet long. It is a
for twenty years and have sold moil frequently and have never known it ton.
credit to the neighborhood. After
all of the proprietary medicines of any to T ail. — Mrs. Curtus Baker, Book-
At the home of W. Oj Vassall last dinner the crowd gathered and listen
waiter, Ohio. Sold by A. K. Wilson.
Monday John Murphy and Mra. Lou ed to recitations and choral singing by
The family of Ex-Governor Lord
isa Jarvis, of Full« City, wers married the picked singers from Peedee, Falls
have returned from South America
Citv, Lewisville and other schools. W.
Remedy for all stomach and bowel and will spend the summer at Seal by Kev. J. K. G. Russell.
I. Reynolds, comity president, talked
troubles," says O. W. Wakefield, of Rucks, near Newport.
Charles Campbell and Mra. Agnes | some 25 minutes on the Hindrances
Columbus, Ga. ’ This remedy cured
Hamilton were married at the Pres j to Hahhsfh school attendance alyl Rev.
two severe oases of cholera morbus in
Mrs. Orpha Dashicll came to Oregon byterian manse Wednesday evening
my family and I have recommended with her parents in 1853 and not in by Kev. A. I. Ooodfriend and will live | <!. A. Dolton gave a rousing address
: on How to Halil a Bright Class of
and sold hundreds of liottles of it to 1846 as stated last week.
in the Coad house, opposite the home Bovs and Girls, ’ll«* program c >n-
1 my customers to their entire satisfac
s t t t A ¿¿firn*' 32 e t ~
of Dr. Hay ter.
L IB E R T Y
; eluded with, gn essay on The Problem
tion. It affords a quick and sure curc
It wont pay to put off caring for | of Rural Sunday Hcliools by H. Fowle.
I in a pleasant fi rm.” For sale by A. I er, came from Yakima to the Turner
your ayes when your sight becomes They decided to hold the next meet
It is selling such standard goods as these that mak
interesting this year.
Herman W. Barr, ths ing of tiiis district st Falls City some
es our store so popular.
Our prices are not equalled ❖
W o o d m a n E x c u r s io n .
Misses Cora Knell, of Independence, skilled optirian on Htats atreet, can lime in September. Adjourned hy
* anywhere in Oregon on first class goods.
On Augm«t3rd the Woodmen of Or- , and Laura Pollard, of Albany, have tell you what to dp. for then:.
singing Gird Be with You Till We
* • on will, in a gulch at Mt. Tabor, at been visiting Dallas friends.
# Best Lonsdale muslin, 7\c yd GREAT SALE OF
In response to numerously signed have this w»ek seen a rank grewth of
LADIES’ TAILOR SUITS
* t on ever held on the Pacific coast. petitions the South» ru Pacific will, gra-ses, clovers, field peas and other
l\ c yd Prices now range from
* Best Fruit of Loom
beginning next Sunday, put a Sunday tilings (or stock fsed. 1s t it no long
* Dallas camp will furnish about 30 of ♦ rain on between Portland and Cor er
Good bleached muslin 5c yd
he said that the soil of iliia region
$4.85 to $17.50.
the candidate« that aie to be initiate«!,
9 ! and will run an excursion to tak^ v .llis, the sche»lule being the same as ia not fitted for auch tilings. On ma
Best apron ginghams 6c yd HAMMOCKS:
Then the baby Is most like
*> theni and others who want to go down weekly trains. Mr. Diiuick will nUu ny a small farm are spare hita of land
T h e best makes, direct
❖ Best Eagle pins, paper 4c
run his Rack t*> lVrry the ssrpe as on ihat could he profitably planted in va
nervous, and fretful, and
from factory. 85c to $3.25. x leaving here on that Saturday morn week days. It is an experiment and rious things (or horses, cows, sheep or
* H ooks and eyes, paper Tc
doesn’ t gain in weight.
ing and coming hack the first day.
* Alluminum thimbles Tc ea
'fhe fare for the round trip I irs been * will not he continued unless il pays, hogs to «at.
Fine imp«»ried and domestic
ft will be a great convenience n« ma
placed at $2, and those who de*ire to
Sweetwater pearl buttons in novelties in alPtbe l »test weavrs
The only crematorium in the north
ny ways. Neither sentiment nor any
Is the best food and medicine
go must buy a ticket before July 28tli.
* all sizes, a dozen, 5 cents
thingof that naiure controls a rail west is now being finished at Portland
The camp can take in applications for
for teething babies. They
road. The only question about a and the first cremation took place
All wool suitings, 19c yd
Good wire hair pins, box 3c
this grand event up to next Friday
gain from the start.
there teia week. About twenty other
50c checked suitings, 28c ^ evening. If you w Hit to join the or thin* is, will it pay.
Head lo t « (rev -am p le
Large cube pins, 5c
budi -a a-e awaiting incineration.
» C O T T a B O W B E , C hrm l-ls.
tell Y- I* frVke, \Y. G. Vassail or
C A M
400-41- Pearl atreet,
N ew Y o rk ,
Best Lonsdale cambric, ipc y High novelties up to $3 yd W der
any other Woodman about It. Initia
-oc. anil > 1 . 00 . Si! dniexlAU.
j 9 T*
HtW hhnjt Bwttt the primer's trade may find and open
tion f«e $5, and your fare to Portland
and teturn pnd by the camp.
• * » NOT F i l l ! » VISIT SILESI’S GREATEST S T O M E S H S H
PR O B A TE .
The final hearing in the Conrad
Wat dliuk estate case was deferred te
H. L. Fenton wag made administra
tor of the I. L Bursen estate undiF
$700 bond and H. C. Eakiu, E. Hay*
ter and J. T. Ford appraised the prop
erty at $331.
Mrs. Alice Dempsey was ohosen
guardian of Claud and Lulu Dempsey,
The widow of Robert Clark waa al
lowed $40 a month for six months for
the suppoit of herself and minor
E. Hayter, E. V. Dalton and D. A.
Elkins were appointed to appraiae Die
property of Lulu and Claud Dempsey,
In the matter of the Abigail Ball es
tate, it appearing that no citations
bad been served on Burney and Thom
as Bowman it waa ordered that said
citations be served, and there being
objections to the petition of executor
to sell real property, Die matter was
continued to August 5th.
The administrator ef the Henry
Myer estate was finally discharged.
The dual settlement of the Wm.
Savage estate was luntinued to Aug
The guardian of J. Hardy Holman
is to be discharged as soon as he pre
sents final receipts from the ward,
In Die matter of the guardianship
of Esther and Alta Savage, E. Hayter,
E. V. Dalton and Tracy Staata were
appointed to sppFuise certain real
property. Their report was filed aud
the guardian bended for $400.
In the estate of Matilda Cook, B. F.
Mulkey was made administrator un
der $1,000 bonds.
In the D. C. Jewries estate Manday,
August 25th was set for final hearing.
M A R K E T R EP O R T.
[Corrected weekly by Felix Noel.)
Wheat, per bushel, 55 eta.
Bran, per ton $18.
Shorts, per ton, $20.
Oats, per bushel, 40 cts.
Flour, per 10 barrels, 43 00.
Flour, per sack, 85c.
Buckwheat Hour, $2.50 per cwt.
Germed, $1 60 per cwt.
Corn meal, $2 50 per cwt.
[Corr*ct*d weakly by Brown k Son
Potatoes, per bushel, 50 eta.
Butter, per pound, 121cts.
Lard, per pound, 12| eta.
Bacon,sides, per pound, 10£<3I4cte.
Hams, per pound, 13<gl6 cts.
Shoulders, per pound, 8<g 10 ota.
Eggs,per dozen, 10 cte.
Chickens, per dozen $2.50(g$4
Dried fruits, per pound, 5<al2 eta.
Beets, per pound, 1 cents.
Turnips, per pound, 1 ota.
Cabbage, per pound, 21 cts.
Ouions, per pound, 6 eta.
Beans, per pound, 5(j>7 cents.
Corn meal, per pound,21 ota.
Hay, per ton, $0®$8.
Editor Brant, of the West Side, ia
seeing tilings up in Alaaka.
T . A. RIGGS, Proprietor.
OTH LUMBF.R AND SHINGLES FOR
cheap. Ayply *1 this office.
J. GRANT, NEAR BRIDGEPORT, WANTS*
• tc kuy a Kcoad hand throe inch wagon. Ad*
OOD, YOUNG STOCK SHEEP FOR RENT OR
cale by W. R. Rirka near Ballotoa.
GENTLE BUGGY HORSE WANTED FO E
several mon the uae. Leave ward a l Elio office.
)A 8TURE TO RENT AT f l A MONTH NEAR Ball
atoii by Mra. Nettie Haabreok.
CHERRIES AND BERRIES FOR SALE BY H. V.
J Buta. Fick them /Murcelvec and fa t frooh one .
R BALE ON EASY TERMS A 40 ASRF a farm
near Bridgeport, flood for goat« or aheap Ad-
»irooo M B. Grant Dalla*, Orenos. Fifty tfoeto may
he had oa the ahareo.
Howe, ef Dalla*.
fO HEAD OF WORK HORSES AND O N *
aale h> Mr». 1 . T. Morrleae,
four luil»w nouth of Ballato«.
r s drivinv horse for
SHAKES FOR SALE AT TH IS O FFICE
ONEY TO LOAN ON !MPROYED FARM PRO--
perty at u*ual ratee by Oocar Hayter, Dalla«,
10c bar tar soap.................. 5c
8 bars Sioux laundry soap25c
R igg s’best sp ices.................10c
M oney back it you do not
Santos coffee a pou n d..... 25c
2 cans cherries...... 7............ 25c
5 lb pail je lly .....................25c
R iggs’ R ising Sun syrup 50c
W hite L ily flour................ 80c
Others sell at 85 cents.
( Jet coupons with ©very 25
ONEY TO LOAN AT « PER CENT ON FARM
J. L. COLLINS, Dal loa
E HATE MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED*
SIBLEY * EAR IN f t
m eetin g
holder« of l>*lla* City Baak will h* hel l In th«
hank parlor Saturday, July V), 1901, at the hour ef
I o'clock, p. m. The purpnee of the meetinf le t«
elect officer« and transact *ueti other buMneea a«
may proper I r «owe up
• E. WILLIAMS. Onnhlnr