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THE POLK COUNTY ITEMIZER
AR OUND PERRYDALE.
OCR STAFF OF RUSTLERS.
Joe Cart! expects to start his tlireab-
I ra McDulin ha* moved into u
Rev. J. K’ G. Rns-eM|w.:,I wcacii a t
C O U N TS YOUR MONEY.
| er on the 31st. G rain is very prom - house near Mr. lle ise ’s*
the Independence Baptist ehurch ev
Nine o’clock the other m orning
All Y o u X e e d t o D o 1« t o S h o v e l I t ery first Sun d a y m orning a nd evening.
, found us interviewing one and a n o th W H A T T H E Y H A V E T O S A Y A B O U T I ieiug here.
T h e threshing m achines in this
I n t o T h i s i n u •* i t ! o u * M a c h i n e .
er on the street* of »aid place. Zach
T H E D O I N C S IN T H E C O U N T Y .
neigh bo: hood expect to sta rt next
F. M . Y o s t, fro n t O k la h o m a , ha»
DALLAS, FRIDAY, ADO. 2 , 1 9 0 1 . liowe ond H enry Keyt each ha» a
The Chicago Times-IIenild b r ie v e s
la famous as a sw im m in g place for wet k.
most people have no trouble in count su b s crib ed lo r tin s p a p e r a n d th e O re
! field of rape for sum m er and early f.i 11
U n e q u u U c d a n d C o m p l e t e Re
j pasture when grass is scarce. Mr. A n
J . Allen has returned from Wsslt- ing their money aud few ever com g o n ia n . H e h o u g h t p a rt ol’ (lie Brid-
D V L I 4H K 0 K vrby F r i d a y M o r s i * « A t 7 :3<
s u m e of W r.at Y o u r F rtond e are
Keyt ha» 30 acre» ot clover hay th at
J o h n Harris and family have re- J ir g to n where he has been to visit itis plain of the trouble attcu lent upon well farm a n d is a b r o th e r o t Rev. U.
e n d Hav e Been Lately D o i n g .
doing so. There a re some people, how A Y ost.
vV . A . W iV H I I ,
will weigh over 100 ton» and he ha* 15
| turned from Tillamook c o u n ty ant) mother.
ever, who find the task of counting
! are well pleased with the c o u n try . It
acres of clover to c u t for seed. He
■DITOR AND PROP HI n't > 1 L
Mrs. L**Si«nr with lier Sumí iv
The hu m of machinery can now he coin an exceedingly trying nod oner
lias some 400 sheep, «bout 150 of
i was their first glimpse of the Pacific.
| heard early a nd late, and w h e u t is fast ous one. and these are the clerks In school class in the M. E elm» i'll wont
whien will soon be p u t on tlie market.
Corporal Ralph Henry was in Mon
Estiey Farley’s pet guinea pig »lug being p u t in to the shuck.
banks and certain 6( the government up the stream for a picnic iu ! lie íle
A- C. Taylor ha» 90 acres in wheat, 40 day on business.
8U BH CRIPT IO N R A T E S :
a hole under the smoke house and
departments, where large sums of mon lighiiul shade along the creek on the
in oat» and 25 in barley and Ins clover j
I. M. Robertson ami his sister, ey are dally handled. The United Huvvo p lace.
f 1 50 ......................................... Per y*'»r hay o u tp u t will he do»« to 100 tons. ' W m Hopson, of Wells, is visiting got into it. T heir old dog found it,
(hoUiriit it was a grgy i-qnirrel and Am anda, have moved from their States subtreasury In Chicago is one
$ 7 5 ................................ Per six m onths V. B. Sear» said lie had 250 acre» of I at J. L. M orrison’s.
A. K. Wilson will have f»<K) nmre
m ountain hom e to their valley farm. iff these departments, but there the
40 .......................... P e r t h r e e month» i grain aud 50 tens *■f hay ami th at his ! A. V. T hom pson »aw a hear and dug it out much to the pigs terror.
trays m ade for his big fruit dryer <n r
Advertising rate» made know n on ' tine threshin g outfit would.»mm be in : two cubs near the pnstotlice Saturday.
Miss M d la W hite and her friend, drudgery of counting coin Is now a in tlie Eola hills. T he t m n ♦•!* will
T h e i r S e cre t is O u t .
application. Correspondence ¡»solicit operation. H enry K eyt and family,
Miss Minnie E lton, of T h e Dalles, thing of the past.
accom m odate 1,200 trays bidding h. If
wh * curii'iia
This is because of a little device that that m an v bushels.
Will Kevt and the E nes farnilv had , C. H. Pearse, F , J . Morrison and
have guns to Newport to attend the
to l<arn tile ran.-e of the vast iinprnv* seaside su m m e r seined.
is now in operation in the subtreasury
Fine Job P rinting done at reasonable gone to the coast and a sister of Mrs. Fred W ittenstrom started Friday e n a
nieut io the health of Mr». 8. f*. W hit
The ladies of Dallas are cordially
rooms iu the Rand-McNally building,
| Robert H atto n is o ut from Nebraska fishing expedition to Mill creek.
e'Iter, who hail f o r a long tim e einlnr-
the Invention of Captain Roi>ert L Por invited to a tt e n d a special illustrated
on a visit. At the north end of the
ter. chief of the secret service agents health talk, given un d e r t h e auspice»;
warehouse beside the railroad track I) I W ednesday evening several friend»
W e offer $100 reward for a ny ra»e attached to the subtreasury. Captain of l i e Oregon Viavj ( ’o, a t the ( ’lui>t-
hroneliial trouble. “ I t ia all due lo
I j . K e | t , 11. T. Latham and W. J. and acquaintances m et at the hom s
of G. H. H a m pton and listened to a
Porter's machine looks like a miniature ian church F rid a y e vening, Aug. 9lli
I n Chicago and other eastern m a r Henson from Hillsboro are building a musical* given by C. H. Pearse, of huahaml. " I t com pletely cured her Hull’s Cutarrh C u r r .— F. J. Cheney &! cornsheller. such as they se on the ! Rt 8 o'clock.
75 barrel flouring mill with all the la
farm. It Is fastened to t
ket centers the general effect» of the test improvement». A carload of ma- «an F rancisco, J . A. »Spangler, of Cor
b o u n ty Clerk L augharv, C ounty
ter of a severe a tta c k of whooping signed, have known F J. Cheney for j the tables on which the coin»*1 are
drouth are very perceptible. Vegeta I chinery arrived this week and it will | vallis, and Mrs. L. L Porter, of Ore
(T reasurer Dalton, School S u p e r in te n
gon city. W ith violin, organ and
bles sell at double the prices of a year
d e n t Starr nml Robert Gaynor have
••olds, la grippe, bronchitis, all throat fectly honorable in all business tram -!
I They expect to have it in operation by clarionet the music was Hue. Miss
) been over nt Rock Creek io** sevfial
and lung troubles. Guarsnteed hoi- actions and financially able to carry
ago, poultry and veal comes in such
■ the middle of Septem ber ami have L ulu Spangler sang several solos to
| days fishing. Som e of their pisjato-
ll«a oO cents and 41. Tril bottles free out any ebligations made by their
poor shape as to find b u t little »»le^ I prospects for a good business. Mr. i the delight of all.
| rial yarns w o n t ltold water.
firm.— Weal «k 'l’ruax, wholesale d r u g
at all druggists.
and a big percent of the eggs are not and Mrs. J. M, Wise are hr»ring with u
gists. Toledo, O h i o : Waldiog, Kinn.in
A M in is t e r 's Good W ork.
j By the middle of next week sever
tit for market. T he fruit crop
A Marvan, wholesale druggist», Tole
“ I had a severe attack of bilious col
B E TW E E N D A LLA S A N D D IXIE.
al thresher« in different parts of the
i _ They have the biggest lot of clover
do, Ohio. Hull’» C a ta rrh Cure is ta
suffered severely and potatoes have
ic, got a bottle of C h a m b e rlain ’s Col
co u n ty will s t a r t u p and d u r in g the
hay we ever saw anywhere. I h e ir i m -
Gr»nt Bros, have ju st completed a ken internally, acting directly upon |
following week they will all be in o p
trebled in price, while the price of me use cattle barn, which is 44 by 160
tire blood and mucou» »urfuces of tin* |
took two doses and was entirely c u r new t^rn for Mr. E rickson.
eration. T h e i r o u t p u t is »m e to be a
feet in size, has 150 tons of it in the ed,’' sa ys Rev. A. A. Power, of Em
system. Testimonials sent free. Price 1
beans has greatly increased.
H. 8. Butz and family have r e tu r n
great increase over th a t of 1 «*t season.
great lo/t, and t t one end of said barn
poria. Kansas. "M y neighbor across ed from a week’s outing at Ocean 75 cent» a bottle. Sold by all dru g
is a huge stack of clover 72 fact long,
Several thousand of the E pworth
H a l l ’s Family pill» are tin*
T hk great majority of people in this cw
. . , • ,
j nr i . « • ■ ,i
... the street wassick for a week, had two Bark.
36 feet wide and 35 feet high, thought
.. . \
Leaguer» who attended the interna-
bottles of medicine from
section are becoming more tem perate, to contain at least 140 ton*. Close - by or three
I tional c onvention a t San Francisco
T he clover crop of W. I’. Miller
n w MONEY COUNTING MACHINE.
more industrious and more ambitious are four round silos, two of them 18 docto. He used them for two or three turned vut a bout three tons lo the
¡are re tu rn in g th rough Oregon mid ex-
days without relief, then called in
piled up. On th e sid e o f th e m ach in e | press themse lves us delighted with the
to rank well rm ong their fellow citi
a n o th e r doctor who treated him some acre and prospects are good for a tine
is a little dial. W h en a clerk w a n ts W illam ette valley and Portland. Not
feet high. They are filled with green
zens. As a result, improvements may clover aggregating over 400 tons, days and gave him no relief, so dis c rop of seed.
to c o u n t $1,000 or $100,000, he Ju st a few of them have decided to com e
wood with Iris steam saw.
Noth withstanding the cold, hack
be seen in all directions. Town peo which will he fed to cattle and hog» charged him. I went over ta see him
Miss Katie Reddekopp, who has cm I sh o v els th e coins in to th e ho p p er of back Ironi the hot a u d cold east and
ple are fixing up things around them next winter. There are several doors <ds w» re in a terrible fix, th a t they had ward spring some of ou r bee m en have ploy men t in Salem, i» having a week th e m ach in e an d tu rn s th e c ra n k . T h e j live am ong us.
coins p a ss th ro u g h th e m ach in e an d
taken 150 p o u n d , uf honey frum sev- off with her friend» here.
one above a nothe r in the side of each
and fanners are working and plan silo, and as soon as the feed conveni been r u n n in g off so long th at it wa> e t stands of bees.
T he hop m en of Polk county a r e
j fa ll in to a b a g su sp en d ed fo r th e ir re
ning to make their places more pro e n t to each upper one is used up the
Peter Kliever drove through our ception, while an exact register of the well satisfied with the ¡outlook
U. 8. G rant has purchased of Mr.
ductive. There seems to be a more next lower will be opened. Besides era ami Diarrhoea Remedy, and he Schweitzer a pa rt of the R. II. C hapin village a cow with twin calves am. amount is recorded on the dial. Mis- ly all th e yards are in first c I hhs riin
takes a re impossible, there Is no brain | dition and hut few of them have been
»ays th a t is the way to ra.se stock.
! th at they have perhaps 100 tons
goahead spirit in the air. W onder if
said ‘No.’ I went home and brought trac t of land on Ml. I'isgali and will
worry, and the process Is eight or ten l bothered by lice. The foliag« is in ez-
| shocked in the field, there to be baled
times faster than it is possible to at- cellent shape a nd growing nicely. The*
th e influx of enterprising eastern peu j for market. T heir grain crop aggre
timable young ladies ha» been out tain by hand. As an Illustration, the | drying plant» are being p u t in lit»*
gates about 140 acres. Thev have
Most all ou r farmers are cutting day after day finicking grain and sing
pie has had anything to do with it.
or 20 minutes if he did n o t find «-»lief,
over 100 cattle, mostly two year old
grain which promises to give the best ing sweet songs. She enjoys outdoor machine will count $1.000 in quarters I best shape for effective work. All
lu seven minutes, while to count th a t i hands are prepared to improve on th e
yield for several years, some bends of
T her e is scarcely a farmer in the past, and have engaged 50 more heif CXred.,’ For sale by A. K. Wilson.
sum by baud will take the most ex- defects of the past and t u r n o ut a
ers from which to raise dairy stock
wheat having over a hu n d re d grains.
jiert clerk in the subtreasury four j choice article,
county who does not expect to soon Tlieii*barn contains 47 double stalls
Elders Ryan and Mercer, of the 8a
hours, with the attendant liability of j
T o Sav e H e r C h i l d
have more cows aud calves, and it will in which 94 cattle will he fed for the
GL W. Mver and party are back
frightful disfigurem ent Mr«. mistakes on his part. Of course the
Mr. Riddle io having a large barn
become a question how he can make early spring m arket. By winter they
ing a t W. W. Miller's while holding Nannie Galleger, of La Grange, Geor same machine will not handle various ^rom Netarta where \V. II. E aster, for-
expect to have 200 hogs, which will be built,
of Dallas, has ch arg e of the
the most out of his cows. In a thou fed mostly on clover. T hey have 65
gia, applied B u c k le n ’» Arnica Salve to
Dee CUrke is the proud owner of a Ryan was once a school teacher in great »ores on her head and face and a r a te ones for dimes, quarters, halves ¡cam ping ground and pasturage. T hey
sand places it has been demonstrated big Toulouse geese and 25 common
»ay t h a t everybody over flint way ha»
this county and at one time edited a writes il* quick euro exceeded all her aud $1 pieces.
a new wheel.
th at dairying and the creamery busi white ones. Besides keeping several
cbeesa on the brain. Most farmers
news paper at Perrytlale.
hired men busy they both work both
J. A. »Sevier took a load of hay to
ness can be made to pay with much
l ave from 29 to 40 cows and »ell all
C h e a p S u b stitu te F o r R u b b e r .
bruise«, »kin eruption», cut», burn«,
early and late and have vet greater Falls City last week.
A fte r h av in g e x p e rim en ted for se v their butter fat to the cheese factorie».
scalds and piles. 25 cents. C ure guay
more unfavorable surroundings than things in view. Ed Keyt on a neigh
V. Scott, formerly of here, was in
e ra l y e a rs a C open h ag en ch em ist h as 'Travelers find it hard to get a p s u n d
anteed by all druggist*.
ours. To start a successful creamery boring ranch liaa 100 ions of clover
Hop yards are looking tine.
su cceed ed iu p ro d u cin g a m a terial of butter or a q u a r t of cream.
hay in his barn loft and about 150 this c om m unity Saturday.
requires the milk of nearly 300 good
w hich possesses q u a litie s th a t will
tons stacked. He has 40 cattle and is
Rev. Royal preached here Sunday.
E ugene Hoskinson has gone to east
M. M. Ellis ha* the lu m b e r on the
re n d e r It of th e g re a te s t Im p o rtan ce
cows. Before a nother year they can raising corn for h :s silo. H e will buy
of the m ounta ins to harvest.
Beth W h ite has returned
to th e ru b b e r in d u stry .
It is pro ground at his p ru n e orchard for a
T H E T R O T T IN G RECO RD.
be had around Dallas. Half a dozen
d u ced . it seem s, from a s p h a lt an d can waieliouse 40 by 70 feet in rize. He
W. M. H crren is hauling wood frem Newport.
men from the east have located about siderable hay to sell. T aking a cross
be used fo r th e m a n u fa c tu re of linole has just given all hie trees a coating of
j road we pn»»ed th rough the old Enoch the Daniel place in M onm outh.
H arry Jam es, of Salem, is visiting
um. nuhbcrs, in su lato rs, etc. It is also coal tar and potash. T h e former is an
here upon the assurance that Dallas Richardson place to the old McCarty
Mr. Wash, editor of the Itemizer. friends here.
ed th a t th e m a te ria l can be used enem y of bugs a n d the latter of curl
would have a creamery. If somebody farm, afterward owned by Mr. Mad gave us a pleasant call last week.
T h e C a n a d ia n p a c e r T o boggan will
a s a p o in t in all co lo rs an d th a t it is leaf and both will add to the vigor of
will take hold of the m atter and push
the tree«. HU crop will be larger and
a b so lu te ly w aterp ro o f.
Charley Cookerley is down frem ing friends here.
is now occupied by II. A. Clodielter
R achel R ay. th e g re a t brood m are,
better than ever before. H e thinks;
*t it can soon be made an accomplish from Monmouth. He will soon vacate Eastern Oregon visiting his mother,
G olden o p p o rtu n itie s a re n o th in g to t h a t prune trees on peach roots p la n t
still lives a t F u lle r farm , n e a r N ash
it and Bert Shields will move there. Mrs. J. A. Sevier.
lazin ess, but in d u stry m ak es th e com ed in swampy places are most a p t ta*
Little Miss Vivian was having a great
T h e first tr o tte r th a t T h o m a s W. m onest ch an ce s g o ld en .—M arden.
Maud Cartmell has returned home
T h e r e is a great busmens s t a g n a
L aw son ev er b red is by B aro n W ilkes,
C le a n sin g
from California, accompanied by her
dam A rlln e C him es, by C him es.
a n d H e a lin g
tion in ’Frisco because 25,000 work
cousin. Miss Rose.
W. Gilhaugh on the old W m . Van-'
C u r e for
Z ylplm , 2:13%. by G rey sto n e, h a s a
men belonging to varius organizations buskirk place and noticed t h a t H enry
Farm ers in this vieLiity are alm ost
bay filly by G r a tta n , p ro p erty o f J . B.
a e out on a strike. The great qu e s Tillery had a new barn. Here is the through with their hay and some have
M cIn ty re, S h erid an . Ind. She is a t
G ra tta n farm an d will be b red back.
tion at issue is w hether employers or Daniel Vanbtiskirk farm recently commenced binding.
207 Commercial street, Salem
bought by Levi Conner who will »non
Ely's Cream Balm
G eo rg en a. 2:07%. w a s th e t r o tte r th e
unions shall decide as to the forma on move to it, aud there is the old Jeff
Harry Cartmell will leave after h a r
Kasy a nd p lea ^ in t to us
C ontains no in ju rio u
which laborer» shnll work. There arc VVlight place now owned by A. Dent, vest for »Sacramento, California, where
m ind w hen It offered a p u rse recen tly
Are doing k general warehouse and storage huainesa and are j
n(j f who traded a place over on the hills to he has a situation as teacher.
I t is qu ick ly absorbed.
merits on both sides of the case
fo r a sp ecial race b etw een T h e Abbot
Gives relief a t once.
ready lo buy your
P. A. Shipley for it. Mr. Shipley has
the result m ust and will he a co m p ro just gone to Eastern Oregon with a
It opens and Cleanses
th e Vasal Passages.
»ervices a t Antioch last Sunday, con
L ean d er. a 5-year-old c h e s tn u t g eld
mise. Laborers the same an any other four horse load of Tillamook cheese
A llavs Inti anim ation.
ducted by Rev. Mulkev, of Bethel.
ing w ith o u t a record, is said to be one
class of people have the right to oi-
H eals and p ro te c ts th e m em brane. R estores th e of th e fa s te s t tr o tte r s in th e big strin g
Smith place on the Amity road is an W h a t S h a ll W e Hav e f o r D e s s e r t ? Senses of Taste and Sm ell. Lanre size, .*>(» c en ts at of fa st o n es th a t Jo h n S plan h as been ijgj
T he farmers of Polk do u n ty should see them before selling.
ganize for m utu al benefit and protec
d ru g g ists o r by mail; Trial size, 10 c en ts by m ail.
iron m o num e nt which r ads on the
ELY BROTHERS, 60 Warren S t. Nsw York.
They have the H u m p h r e y warehouse at Salem .
T his question arise» in the family
tra in in g a t C leveland.
tion, but when they undertake to *>“ •••
Folk county »ml o-i the every ilnv. Let u« answer it to-day.
A. B. C u m m in g s is located a t th e
determ ine ju s t now the business of a north aide Yamhill county. At an Try Jell-0, a delicious and healthful
S b illln g to n (P a d track . In his s trin g
firm or individual shall be conducted carlo day the county line was eatab- dessert. P re p a r'd in two minute»
a re tlie p acer M arl. 2:12%'. K in g Vasco,
li«hed, beginning a t the George Gay No boiling! no baking! »imply add CHAS. H. MORRIS.*
2:21%. an d th re e green ones, from
they become unreasonable extremists
brick hom e (till H a n d in g this »ide ..( boiling water a n d set to cool. Fla
w hich he ex p e c ts a second York Boy.
sure to tail in their uhdertaking. T he! Wheatland, r u n n in g due east to Hi- vors :—Lemon, Orange, Raspberry and
G ran d S im m ons, 2:17%. th e crack
same will be t r i e when an employer I Willamette river and due west to l ' IB Strawberry. Get » package a t your
tro ttin g sta llio n th a t w as ta k e n sick at
concludes th at his hands have no
D etroit last se aso n on th e eve o f the
claimed t h a t the line ru n n i n g west
race a t th e g ra n d circu it m eetin g th ere,
lights that he should respect.
waa not correct, »o a few years ago i t ,
W EST SALEM,
is rep o rted to be in tine f e ttle fo r th e
was reaurveved and retrnlted in Yam
com ing cam p aig n .
Hherman Elliott is batching ju st
Z B R ID G E P O R T.
I hill getting a narrow strip t h a t h id
; belonged to Folk, Iron posts were
Edward Lee has gone to work for | then planted at every pro m in e n t road
Lands a Specialty.'»
Mr». M. A. C hapm an is hvaing h e r
i crossing no th at everybody could read
h o m e painted.
G. Tyson and A. M. Vaimeli Sun ily determine the location of the
We are prepared to locate you upon some of ^
n note. It is p a y a b le on d em au d .
county line. Coining to a junction
H. W , Vs likening had been cutting
tlayed in Salem.
N otes o b ta in e d by fra u d or m ad e by
the finest timber claims in Oregon, or if you X
where one sign board »aid four mile« hi» grain this week.
an in to x icated perso n a re n o t co llect
G. B. Riggs, of South Bend, W as h to Perrydale and a nothe r four mile»
want an improved ranch or fruit farm, we can $
Mi«« F e rn Bentley is at hom e for
ington, is here visiting relatives.
to McCoy, we took the latter road and
you just what you are lookiwg for. C a l l a
Frank Chapin and Mr. Curtis have were soon at the nice looking home of
w ritin g “ w ith o u t reco u rse” u n d e r his
us. All correspondenee promptly a t- ®
been rusticating in the Cascades,
ran through hi» bonne but the new ed a t the W ann home laet week.
LUTHER & CO., Dallas, Or. ®
the very latest improved. Sat sig n a tu re .
A n o te w hich d o es not s ta te upon Its
F. K. Huhhnrd has moved hark to one made him a Ynrnhiller. Aero»»
Edwin Elliott and family are e njoy
face th a t it b e a rs in te re s t w ill b ear
Ills farm from the Montgomery mill. the road is the old Sheldon place and
in te re st a f te r m a tu rity .
. a little this way live» Fred Sm ith , who ing th e ir su m m e r outing at Newport.
E X A M IN A T IO N S FREE
Sunday, August 4th, will lie Mi*' | ha» !)• acres in clever on which he
An in d o rse r o f a n o te is ex em p t fro m
Mrs. M. E. Gibson and Mr«. H. W .
> I \I N 8 TKXKT
•ionary day at Bridgeport. There will will pus lire 60 hogs. His tiling put
liab ility if n o tice of its d ish o n o r is not
Iw nil day services in the grove and a down a few year» ago ha» far more W ilkening have bean sick d uring the
uiuilcd o r serv ed w ith in 24 h o u rs of
than paid for itaelf. He raites prunes
its n o n p ay m en t.
aud has found it m ost profitable to
Pete T r a d io and wife and daughter,
In c ase of th e d e a th o f th e m a k e r of
C. R. Parker has been appointed a d I sell them to the dryer. His neigh!>or, Lucille, of Oregon City, spe nt last
a no te th e p ay ee of a no te is not o b lig
ministrator of the Nanry Parker es S. L. Stewart, h i« bought the north week with relatives hers.
ed to n o tify a s u re ty o f its n o n p a y
tate under a $2,000 bond.
, half of the G. W. Richardson place.
m en t b efo re th e se ttle m e n t of th e
m a k e r’s e s ta te .
W. 1). Elkins and family have been 1 Mr. Stewart has his thresher ready e n ro u te to the coast, passed through
When you take your va If a n o te or d r a f t Is p a y a b le In th e
on a cam ping trip out into the Rogue | for the seasons run. The premises here and cam ped over night last wesk.
Mr,. E lkin's brother, now occupied by E. J. P ra tt will »«»on
cation trip, Cameras s ta te w h e re it w a s m ade, th e a g re e
be vacated and Stanley Fletcher will
Several of our Woodmen are going
Is g o v ern ed by th e law s of th a t
Rice Heatings, lives at Oukland.
from $1 to $20. A full s m ta ent
move there. We found Fred Rohde to P ortland Saturday to help initiate
te . W hen n eg o tiab le p a p e r Is p a y a
MrBee’e threshing m achine will be with a new barn, the loft having a ca the big crowd of new members and to
line of photo supplies ble in a n o th e r s t a te th a n tb u t in w h ich
gin work on the Adain Brown plat e pa city of 60 ton» of bay and »tall enjoy the barbecue.
m ade. It will b e g o v ern ed by th e la w s
m i l Monday, Both wheat and oats room enough below for 30 cow«.
gf th a t s ta te .—E x ch an g e.
o ut th a t way are said to be extra When finished it will be a model cow
barn. At present he has only 12
milk cow«, h ut bis wife makes over to Fall« City after some shake timber
T H E PEOPLES* PRESS
There is sn sdverti«ed letter in the 60 |M)iinds of butter a week from them the first of the week
C n w l e y postoffice for Win. Durran. and readily sells all of it. Everybody
Official Organ of the Socialist Party of Ore
gon. A Fearless Exponent
Postmasters all over the county may on t h a t ranch must work a nd they W h il e T h e r e ’s Life T h e r e ' s Hope.
feel free to send such information to are quite thrifty. He ha« 127 goat»,
I was aitlicted with c a ta r r h ; could
Of scientific governm ent, ns ta u g h t by
this office for publication.
the most advanced thinkers and ph il
about 40 pigs and some 25 acre« of neither taste nor smell and could hear
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hut little. Ely’s Cream Balm cured
osophers of this age. You can g« t a
fine »wale for sum m er |Wi»ture. Then
Oak Grove grange lino adjourned to Jeffries and George ¡Richardson live if — Marcus G. s h a u tz , Rah vay, N. J TRIUM PH
»ample copy free if you m ention this
meet tli* fourth Saturday iu October. a little back on the cast side of the T he Balm readied me saielv and the
paper. A. D. Hale, Ed., Albany, Or.
There are «overa! candil ates »• he in road. After a short c h a t with Mra. J efioct is Mirprising. My »on «ays the PRUNE
first application gave decided relief.
itiated at the next meeting.
J. Finn wh • lives half way Itetween
Bethel and McCoy, we struck out for Respectfully, Mr». Franklin Freeman, GRADERS.*
Dove**, N. H. The Balm does not ir
home, a distance of 13 mile». Her
Highe.t award At Oregon l is t*
son, Milton Davis, is a captain in the ritate or cause sneezing. Hold bv
<'all and see samples of Rambler, Ideal and Cres-!
druggists at 50 d a . or mailed by Ely
fuir. For green and dried prune«
regular arm y in the Philippines, his
Brothers, 56 W arren Ht., New York.
Fourib «vason. Im proved for '
brother Dick is in South Africa and
Few are entirely free from It.
1901 Solid for particulars to
It may develop so slowly as to ranee hie si«ter Myrtle in Dallas preparing
little If any dlstu? bance during the whole for the approaching teacher« exam ina
We found ftiuoli g r t ir cut and
¡period of childhood.
Mr. Macomlier is c u tt i n g his barley
It may then produce irregularity of the nearly all wheat field« alm ost ready for b ay .
stomach and bowel*. dyepepiua, c a ta r r h , for the hinder, while mo«t oats were
Reel wpiippped repair shop in l ’olk county.
Mrs. Dennis is suffering from an
•nd marked tendency to c o n s u m p tio n still quite green. Almost without e x
Will f iv e «»r^wrth to th e nerve*» Mid re
W ALTER MORLEY, Prop
before manifesting Itself In much Micaceous
store th • liver amt kid neve to • heilkhjr
ception the farmers reported at lea»t ulcerate«) tooth.
eruption or glandular swelling.
comfit ion, give to n e U» th e «tonrneh etid
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bowel*, and p rom ote a ipxet appitiu»
It la best to be sure that y«m are quite fair crops.
J o h n Robinson is r u nning his bay
heuithv difc'*tMion; will reiteve
free from It, and for its complete eiadft a-
T O O UT OF T O W N
tlon you can rely on
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th y body w ith » c lew «kin. T hat tired
iTfa IM Y n H m J
Una Bowman is c u ttin g John Far*
feel'n* will leave you and •Iee!j
restful. At W Ueon i drug More, DOilae.
lev’s grain, Mr. Harris is cutting hia
The beet of oil medicines tor all burners.
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