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D A LLA 8 DABS.
LO C A L AND G EN ER AL-
For * roc,riM *° *°o«a#id'».
W e have
lumber and shingl»*
Nathan Blair killed a yearling pan-
r a tie
tlier that wua alter liia chicken, on
You can tret almost anything repai
d at ibc gunshop run by C. Kisser on
The Baptist church bus been re* Mill creek.
i Mill street, be being a »killed artiznn shingled.
Prof Watts and family have moved
| in anvthing pertaining to iron
Who will bring us some large young to Amity, where he is to have charge
of the public school.
chickens on subscription accouut .
A R IC H
M A N 'S W I S D O M .
O T H S C H m y S maxim through all his life w a s
“ Get the best!” It w a s not merely the desire
of a rich m an; it w a s the wisdom of a suc
cessful man. T h e best is a lw a y s the cheapest.
T a k e the example of Ivory Soap.
It costs half as much
as fancy soaps, yet more than common yellow soaps.
But in its results— in its economies of time, labor and
fabric— in its pleasant effect on the skin, it is better
than either and as cheap as any soap in the world.
IV O R Y SOAP IS 99<*«S. PER C E N T. PURE.
Misses Blanche and Mabel Ground
Prof. A. F. C am p M l and family are
visiting hi* wife’s | an nts at vNilbur. have rem-ned f.*om east of the moun
tains to Monmouth.
Kov. W . T. Matlock and wife have
Dr. O. D. Ireland and wife are back
a new born girl. Ho will preach us
from Chicago, where he lias a post
lion in a dental school.
There are no better, more desirable
At San Jo*., California this week
or cheaper goods than those carried 24.000,000,000 -pounds of prunes were
Wagner Bros, h ive a firstcla** horse
hv Mr. Dodson at the New Y ork Kac sold in a pool,
shoer from San Francisco. Give him
ket store in Wilson's block. Be sure
a trial. He is all right.
A. B Atkins, now of Cottage Grove,
and see his stock.
John Veitch who mended shoes and
has been visiting fiis former home at
j fed travelers so long at Grand Ronde,
As an all around blacksmith 1 V
I is now established at Woods.
Henry Campbell lias sold »o Mont
Lynch has no superior.
Prof. Wann and family have mov
gomery A Milligan for $75 the lot ad
joining on the south the home of Mrs. ed from Monmouth to Eugeue, where
If you wish anything brought over L. B. Martin.
lie will attend the university.
frwm Salem, Stagedriver Fidler is the
Mrq. Richardson has closed the res
Mrs. Laura Miller, a daughter of
man to see about it.
Lark Hall, is visiting Dallas friends. taurant next to Campbell’s real estate
Her husband, Jasper Miller is in A l office and moved hack to Rock creek.
Prices greatly reduced on crash hat* aska hunting for gold.
Elder Esson, who has been a popu
crash skirts, dimities, organdies, and
New and second hand threshers lar minister at Monmouth for several
in fact all summer goods. VV’ e must
have more room for our immense and engines of various kinds and new years, will snon go to charge of a Port
stock now oil the way. The Bee Hive and second hand pumps on sale at j land church.
Wagner Bros. shop. Go and exam-
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Martin Bros, have a hne lot of first
| New fall goods are hejinning to ar
| rive at tin* Bee Hive »tore. Novelties
of every description can always
I found there.
! class rustic ami flooring which they
Thanks to those who so thoughtful- j will keep for the home trade instead
Mrs Cliace keeps constantly stock
ed up with a great variety of ladies ly send us report* of social and other J shipping any more.
and childrens’ furnishing goods of all gathering* in all parts of the county.
B. F. Smith, of Lewisville, cut 125
sizes and prices. See her stock of Our column* are always epen Jpr tons of clover hay and his neighbors,
F. M. Smith and W . W. Smith, each
J. C. Uglow has about 500 pounds hail about 35 acres of it.
The prices of the footwear at the
J. L. Freeland at 156 State street,
Gayn^r shoo store are not too high oi pounds for a quarter for that in the
Salem, is now manufacturing good
too low, but just what they should be comb or three pounds of the strained
hop baskets and solicits a call from
to insure the proprietor a fair living article fur the same money.
Polk county hop pickers.
Wood wanted hereon subscription:
Mrs. Jane McCarty, of California,
split oak or big fir stove wood or grub
has been visiting her nieces, Mrs. A.
Docksteader’s stable is doing the liv oak cord wood preferred. Please bring J. Richardson, of Buena Vista, and
ery business o f the town beyond a it soon as possible. Who wants this Mrs. J. O. Davidson, at Parker.
doubt, as his numerous rigs are con pa$er in exchange for wood.
Prof. G. C. Countryman, of Dallas
tinually on the go. Patronise him
When you wish to either buy or college, was married in Ohio recently
sell any kind of stock or anything and will he here in time to resume hi*
else a few lines in this paper will duties at the opening of the school in
Wiseman’s hardware store is a good greatly assist you and wont cost much. September.
place to get everything in that line Try it and you may he convinced of
Cemetery work of all kinds done by
Try him once and you will he sure to the value of printer's ink.
G L. Hawkins at the Independence
gcrback there. Try his paints and
Some oil experts have been exam- marble works. He gives ns reference
ning and figuring on leasing the the scores for whom he has done work
»rms of J M. Burford, W. H. Beseck-1 ¡ n ||jjg countv
r and others at the northern foot of
John E. Smith is a jimdVnidy when
The bridge at the hop houses this
it comes to the proper care of a horse’s Mt. Pisgali with a view to bo dug for
>il. If an ocean of that product is side of Eola has been replaced by a
found right under us won’t, we swim. higher and better grade and the road
through Eula-was never before in such
Chase Bros. & V,ick have bought the good condition.
Be sure and see the stock of furni
ture carried by Frank Kerslake before Wagner steam wood saw ami expect
you buy elsewhere. He has new arti to cut tip at least 1,000 cords of wood 1 Miss Ona H ill, of Morristown, Ten-
cles constantly arriving. His prices arouud Dallas. They have already nessee, enroute home from the Ep
awed about 300 cords, the price being worth League convention at San
cannot be beat.
40 cents for once or 50 cents for twice ! Francisco is visiting her uncle, L. C.
Hill, at Bridgeport.
SA LEM SLAB8.
A Day of Enjoym ent.
Through the kindness of Mrs. Pearl
These letter« remain uncalled for in
8hgw and Miss Bertha Collins tlx*
the Duilti« postotfiee for the week end
members of the Dallas Shakespeare
ing July 29th and parties calling
club were invited to accept their ho*
for them will please state that they
pitality last Monday at their camp on
have been advertised:
the right bank of the Lacreole some
W m Crooks,
three miles west of town. A ll the
D W Freeman,
necessary arrangements having been
Miss Maud Hamer,
previously made the lady members of
Mrs H 8 Loticln,
the club started for the scene of
Miss Nina Mack,
pleasure at 6 a. m. About 7 :30 they
George F. Ross.
reached the beautiful camping place,
having walked the entire distance.
C. G. C oad , postmaster.
They amu»ed themselves in various
ways until the noon hour, when the
L um b er.
Montgomery & Mulligan are now gentlemen niemb« rs of the club, who
prepared to furnish any kind of him were less fond of walking, came driv-
her on short- notice. Saw and planing iug up and joined them and helped to
mills three fourth miles west of Falls devour a very wholesome dinner. A f
City, with branch office and yard at ter which the gentlemen returned to
A irlie in charge of W. .1. Turnidge. ♦own to their duties there »luring the
Our lumber is seasoned and trimmed | afternoon, whil the ladies remained
and it pays to buy dry lumber. Plans and wandered through the wood*,
and estimates furnished free. W rite fished, swung in hammocks or soaked
for further information.— John Mont their feet in the cold waters of the La
gomery. general manager. Wm. Mul creole. A t about 6 p. m. the gentle
men of the party returned to the
ligan, yard manager.
camp and took part in another de
i m p r o v e m e n t s at t h e Fair.
lightful meal wlib'h Mrs. Shaw and
The State Board of Agriculture are Miss Collins had so carefully prepared.
making some wonderful improvements Supper being over a short call was
v t the state fair ground«, and old made at the camps of Frank Stiles
timers will hardly recognize the place and Alonzo Brown, who with their
when they attend Oregon’* greatest. ! families are breathing the pure moun-
fair this fail. 1 he old pavilion i» tain air for a few weeks. Teams had
The new freight room at the depot i The August Cosmopolitan i( of un
Because of its convenient location
being enlarged to double i's size, and 1 n0w ariived from town and the pleas-
and the good service rendered there is under roof and next week the old usual interest. There is a great varie
after the best exhibits ever seen in the j ure seeking prrty were driven to their
Schramm's feed stable next to Mie tructnre will lie moved up to its ty of matter of a high quality. For
state sre arranged there will he ample I homes, all feeling that such occt.sions
■*teel bridge is most generously pa north end and will soon be transform summer reading a more entertaining
room left for an auditoritm, a thing help to make life worth li ing. The | tronized by Polk’s people.
ed into a more convenient and more journal cannot be found.
t hat has been needed for a long time, members of the party were P r o f. D. M . i
omfortable place and then the new
Fred Rohde, near McCoy, lias in
A bran new up to date cie inmry build- j Metzger vnd wife. Ed Shaw a d wife, ,
de tracks will be laid hml the whole :
connection with his dairy a separator
ing is being erected; also there the | Mrs. Chace, Mr*. Morrison, Mrs Wea
If you go elsewhere than to the Cro- plant put in shipshape.
I that separates 600 pounds of milk per
best diary display ever made in the Ver, Pauline Williams, M
vjasey, ni?e gallery for your pictures you will
rtite will certainly he seen. T h e mu* Bertha Colli
Mr, A. . H ill from Chicago has ,l0" r ftl,d ca,) make as good butler aa
R. E. William s and have made the mistake of your life.
chinery hall is being enlarged, new Tracy Staats.
bought through theagapc.v of Henry
p r«d n c«l by any creamery.
cat»le stalls, sheep pens, hog stys, and
Campbell thirty eight seres of the obi
George Tillolson farm belonging to
John Stout sucoeMor to Landon A
horse stables are being built. A cozy
F e w e r County B ridges.
farm cottage, hay barn, and new side
Lemuel Tillotson for $1.000. Mr 1 “ T " 1 ,,n 8ale™’ , °\ n
Judge Sibley and the county com
walks are also on the list of improve missioners having 'decided that it on Liberty street. Any of the Polk H ill will build on the north side of 8,," r
ments, and nothing will he left un would be real economy to replace am
the road where it turns south near
°,r lumber-, F ., r , t . c * “
hop baskets always on hand at low
done to accommodate the exhibitor many as possible of the worn out of charge.
and entertain the visitor at the state small bridges with fills and culve ts.
J. L. Stockton, recently from Inde-
. . .
fair this fall.
The Salem soap works are selling a pendence, has just opened a large and
have already lessened the length of
Horses wanted A first class team,
bridgea about 600 feet at a cost of $ 1 a spray that is guaranteed to settle the choice assortment of drygoods, shoe. 1 ’VHK,,Jn an,i hl4r» e"". *»»">
t * young,
T o Cure a C old in O ne Day
foot. In moat cases they use second hash of the hug*, worms or lice now
Take lax itive bromo quinine tablets. class sewer pipe for culverts, it costing gejting away with your garden, fry and clothing next d oo r'to the post- "oun“ ' V ’16’ P*rfecl,y gentle, and to
office in .Salem. The store is Hmong ,w7,*h abo“ i 1'30* P °u,,d»
A ll druggists refund the money if it about the same as lumber and being some of it.
the largest and finest in tho city and ' ' " l particular* address, J. C. Fletch-
fails to cure. Signature of E. W. far more permanent. Where sewer
Grove on each box. 25 cents.
pipes will not be large enough to car
I f you want clothing suitable for Stockton will gladly welcome all Polk
Otir hotels are constantly filled with
ry o ff the volume of wAter, they will
P l e a s a n t Day's Outing.
hot weather you can find it in all con n tyit.es.
transient, guests and strangers may
have concrete a.*clies made. Such im
Last Sunday morning J. J. Wise
provements will lust forever and he the latest weaves ami fabrics, shades
Not many farmers are seen in town he seen on a'l sides looking around
man and wife, A. B. Muir ami wife,
much cheapest in the long run. Such and colorings at the great clothing <*s- •hese days, all of them being on the with a view to locating. Our mer
Ed. Biddle and wife. Mrs H. H.
cluing** have been made in the Falls tahlishment for men and bov* run by jump at home gathering and garner chants are having a good trsde and
Chace, Miss Jessie Wiseman and Mi.tn
City can von road, on the Guthrie Johnson A Co. at the capital city. The ing their crop*. Many stf our town times are comparatively easy.
Kate Shreve drove by the way of Dix
road, at Simpnn’* on the Luckiam ot* prices are as low as they possibly can people have arranged to go out «nil
Clias. vtcDonald, an old resident of
ie, McCoy, Perrydale and B&lUton to
be, consistent with the conducting of earn (nine honest |ieiiniea in connec
and near Eola.
Dallas, and Mrs. Mary Arvidaon of
the delightful ph nic ground at the
tion with the harvest, (¿uite a num PrnvHlenca, Rhode Island, were mar
Y am h ill river bridge and there enjoy
at their stock.
T ic k e ts for th e Excursion
ber of ladies will aiekand And em ried at the haine of his sister, Mrs. T.
ed a fine dinner cooked at home the To Portland Saturday will We obtaina
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ployment in tli ,t connection.
J. Harchet. in this city yesterday even
-day before. In the afternoon they re ble until the departure of the train at
Everything for both sexes and all
turned via Salt creek and at grange 6:10 that morning. Have you seen
A gentlemen from California who ing by Rev. A. I. Goodfriend and will
hall met Dr. Carey, Conrad Stafrin, the beautiful souvenir badges? The ages to wear can he found at the Rao* has kindred and friends buried in our live on his farm near town.
Rev. A. I. Goodfriend and son, Philo, souvenirs will he the fine«; ever sent ket store kept by Mr. Barnes, who en cemeteries, visitnl them the other
J. F. Groves and John Munson have
en route to the doctor's timber claim. out from a printer’* press. Take a deavors to satisfy every want of his l»y and expressed surprise at finding been spraying their bops but 1. F.
I t being about supper time they join- day ofi and go down. You can make
them so poorly improved. It is true Yoakum says be has found po vermin
teams and had a most appetising it up at some other time and will nev
ihs* the homes of of our deml ought in his yards to tackle. Nearly all hop
lunch. They were much pleased with er regiel it.
H . W . Barr ha« make a careful stu 'o be kept in better condition, but yards look quite promising. Many
the appearance of things through the
dy of the eye and has all the very In what should he every body’s business ; families will lake their aeaaou’i outing
country gone over.
j camping and picking bops.
O r eg o n Crops.
te*t appliance. I f your eye* are weak seems to be nobody’s business.
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Hay baling is in active progress or troubling you in any way it would
Try Orafn~Of Try Grain-O!
Jaa. Howe and aon are back from
The o'her dsy the delivery wagon
Ask your grocer to show you a and a g»*»d crop of hay lias been se be well to consult him.
horse of T A. Riggs «cured
and an outing at Ocean Park. They saw
package of Grain-O, the new food cured. The second crop of alfalfa is
started np the street without any dri a great dead aea lion and were on the
drink that takes the place of coffee. growing nicely. Pasture* are failing
Not very far from the W illam ette ver. That scared W . E. Goodell’a wrick of the vessel that went ashore
The children mav drink it without in and range stock are losing flesh. The
hotel at 232 Commercial street i* buggy horse standing in front ol there last winter with half a million
jury as well as the adult. A ll who try wheat crop promise* good yields in all
! where Hnrnessmaker Shaffer has m *v ■ Irown’a store ar.d it ton took a spin feet of lumber. There were not ,nnny
it, like it. Grain-O has that rich seal sections and thw quality is above the
Riggs animal braiight | campers but they met a string of
ed to. His leather is first class ami ill alonr
brown of Mocha or Java, but it is average. In Umatilla county tl)p
up at the Bee Hive corner without 1 teams going in as they came out.
lie guarantees his work.
made from pure grains, and the most damage done by late fronts is not a*
much damage, blit Mr. (loodell’a bug
delicate stomach receives it without great as was fir*t reported, and it i*
Depositories for the new school
Probate court and county court next gy was badly broken.
distress. ^ the price of coffee. 15c. now expected that an average crop week.
lionks recently adopted are to be es
and 25 ct* per package. Sold by all will be secured in that section. Coin
The prune crop around Dallas will tablished in this county at Dallas, In
and potatoes are being seriously in*
Miss Dena Reynolds is clerking at be the largest and heel ever harvested dependence, Monmouth, Airlie, Balls
j tired by the dry weather. Hops are the bakerv. '
The drying capacity is being inereas- ! ton, Buena Vista. McCoy, Perrydale,
A FtAh Dinner.
doing nicely, some lice reported and
-d to meet the occasion and as a re : Lewisville and Falls City. The old
I/Ut Friday George Bronson, ac much spraying is being done
sult of experience our fruit ni'-n will hooks nertofore used in the school,
companied by his cousin. Louis Bron beet» in Union county and onions in will begin August 14th.
lie more capable than ever of hand- i mar lie exchanged for new ones at
son and Elmer Bird, of Stiistin, Calia- Washington county are making oplen-
Perry Caldwell 1, in Kings Valley ! ling their output. Every
drying ; those places.
fornia, fished up and down the Luck- did advancement. Italian or Pollen*
plant in the community will be run
iaroute until they had captured over berg prune* promise to make a fair setting up harvesting machinery.
"M y baby was terribly sick with the
to its full capacity. Great piles of diarrhoea,” »ays J H. Doak. of W il
100 beautiful trout. Sunday morning crop. Early peaches and apples are
Two extra coaches came up Wednes
wood are stacked up around them and liams, Oregon. ' W e were unable to
Judge Sibley and wife, Attorney Ea- rijie.
day for the Woodman excursionists
' ’ he appliances are being overhauled cure him with the doctor’s assistance,
kin and wife, Dr. Havter and wife,
j for September usage.
S t o p « th e C ou g h
Mrs. 1. N. Wood, Mrs. Lacey, Miesee
and aa a last resort we tried Chamber
Alice and Carrie Weir, of Walla W al And work* o ff the cold. Laxative bro-
pay their snh
Some five years ago Mr. Osborne, lain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
la, Miss Mrtlwine Bronson, of Califor moquinine tablet* cure a cold in one scriplion in wood *
please bring it
who lives at the southern edjte of remedy. 1 a n happy to say it gave
nia, Mi** Rowell, of Albany, Mis* E m day. No cure, no pay. Price, 25 soon aa they.
town, killed a wild goose and found immediate relief and a complete cure.
ma Dempsey, Miss Med a Holman, Ar- cent*.
For sale by A. K. Wilaon.
Rev. Thompson Gilliam and wile two large grains of wheat in its craw
mand Riggs, Travie McDevitt and El
went ont to the home of Ida nephew, He planted them and replanted ’.lie
’ Through the months of June and
ton Connaway, met them at a shady
product until now he has
acres of July our baby was teething and took a
W . L. Bristow. 8. W . Donghtv and Doug Gilliam, yesterday, for a viait.
streamside nook on the Adam Brown
running off of the bowel, and sick
place, where they all ale fish to their Edward Smith are to appraise the Ma
Several oar loads of peacb plum* The heada are quite long and the
ness of the stomach,” says O. P. M.
heart* content and had a way up *>me tilda Cook eatale at Monmouth.
have been shipped from Salem to Da grama quite large, the yield being per
Holiday, of Demiug, Indiana. “ His
Mis* Althea H ill, of Crotton,
kota and Colorado, and they have or haps one third more than oriinarv
bowels would move from tire ta eight
turned home Tuesday from a visit to ders for pear* from all that region
wlieat. He has no name fo r it butbe times a day. I bad a bottle of Cham
.VI is* Dora Brad lev
California peaches and melons are liw ee it to be a proapective big thing. berlain’s Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea
is exceedingly dull now in mir merke*. Some vegetables
remedy in the house and gave him
I T O n X A .
Thin Signatare I« on trrerj box o f the genuin* around the court house theee days, the ami frnit may be found s ta ll otir gr •
four drops in a teaspoonful of water
■SE * « ■ and lie got better at once.” Sold by
Laxative Bromo-Qtiinine Tabi*. harvesting engrossing the thoughts eery store* but there is not an over
and attention of everybody.
A. K. Wilson.
The Gilbert bank failure case is still
in the courts at Aalem with uo pros
pect of ati early settlement.
JINGLES AND JESTS.
Kverytliing in the buil<iftas' Imnl
Dr. W ill Cavanagh, dentist; of^ce
| . » r e line neee.mry for tliu building \ W H A T WE HAVE LEARNED OURINC over the bauk in Dallas.
of your new house or barn can be
THE WEEK FROM ALL AVAIL-
Daniel Poling has a summer job in
(fount! at the. niumniolh emporium
Lafayette fruit orchard.
owned unci run by Win. Fail'd on
Ab ie S o u r c e s Dished up for Our
Main street, Dallas, Oregon, next door
N u m e r o u s Fam ily of Read ers
A good price will he pan! for pure
to die jewelry «tor*. He can aUo
In A b rev ia ted P aragrap h s .
cider vinegar at Brown’* store.
furnish you with all your kitchen and
Good baled hay wanted here in ex
bath room furniture at price* that
Spectacles and glasses at Pfennig’s, change for any kind of lumber.
will surprise you-
H I* F in is h .
With low bowed head the editor aat
In his easy office chair.
A troubled look was on his face;
Hia brow waa line«! with care.
The people of Salem are greatly in
terested over the prospective boring
for oil on the farm of A. M. Holmes
Ilia great brain .throbbed, hia breath came tut.
He heaved him sigh on sigh;
He clinched his baud and bit hi« lip
And stifled a soul wrung cry.
W. 8. Houck has bought the inter
est of M. B. Hendrick in the McCoy
warehouse, the new firm name be-
ing H ill A Houck.
On his desk a sheet of paper lay,
The source of his bitter woe,
And it caused him tortuhe aa keen and great
Aa mortal may ever know.
M iu L illie Kirluwdaon-Buttrick, of
Mt Coy, i* suing her guardian, 8. T.
Richardson, of Salem, lor a full ac
counting in connection with her pro
For on that daintily scented aheet
Hia love a rhyme had penned
And had naked him please to publish it;
Poor man! He saw the end!
If he aent it back with thanka, he knew
His offer she'd surely spurn;
If he published it—ye gods, ye gods!
His subberibera would ne’ er return.
—St. Paul Dispatch.
So many men have iuflered loa,e*
from placing their grain in public
warehouses that many have decided to
arrange to »lore their grain at heme.
All who have good made to their mar
ket town can aalely do it.
D o w n ova H I* L a c k .
Signor Plato Slimbousc, the eminent
tragedian, wa* temporarily out o f a
Job and was touring the provinces,
mostly on foot
‘You have no baggage,” said the
landlord of the village hotel. "You
have to pay in advance.”
"Sir,” replied the gifted actor, scowl
ing darkly, " I never travel without
And he handed over his toothbrush
and strode into the dining room.—Ex
The Shepard, Card it Frink outfit
will begin threshing for Harvey Gage
next T u ««la y . They will have a cook
hnu,e and a (team engine with Jim
Mitchell at the throttle valve and will
make the goldcu grain fly at a lively
M A R K IT R E PO RT.
[Corrected weekly by Felix Noel.|
Wheat, per bushel, 50 eta.
Bran, per ton |14
Shorts, per ton, #20.
Oats, per bushel, 40 cts.
Flour, per 10 barreli, #3 00.
Flour, per sack, 85c.
Buckwheat flour, #2.50 per cwt.
German, #1 60 per cwt.
Corn meal, #2 50 per cwt.
L c lte w o f « S c h o o lb o y .
The gnu is green, the sky is blue,
Honey is sweet, and so are you.
I feel all throbby when I see
You look acrosa the room at me.
Oh, how I like to ait all day
And watch you while you teach awayt
The rose is nice and sweet to smell;
My love for you no tongue can tell.
tCorractsd waakly by Brown a Sou
Potatoes, per bushel, 00 cts.
Butter, per pound, 12^cta.
Lard, per pound, 12^ eta.
Bacon,sides, per pound, 10i914ct(.
Hama, per pound, 13@lfl cts.
Shoulders, per pound, 8@10 cts.
E g g *,p e rd o ie n , 15 eta.
C h ick en s,p er dosen #2.50@#4
Dried fruits, per pound, 5(812 cts.
Beet», per pound, 1 cent«.
Turnips, per pound, 1 cts.
Cabbage, per pound, 2) eta.
Onions, per pound, 5 eta.
Beans, per pound, 6®.7 cents.
Corn meal, per pound, 2 f cts.
Hay, per ton, $5@#8.
I wish that I was thirty-three,
For ma says that's what you must be.
1 , C h in a .
The dowager empress was In a droll
A note from the German emperor!”
announced the chamberlain.
A Billy doux,” observed her maj
And a note from the United 8tates!”
A Yankee Doodle doux!” cried this
remarkable woman, while gales of mer
riment swept over the servile court.—
T h e R o b in a n d «h o R o b h e r.
With tw lgi and string, and other thing.
The robin builded it strong.
And as it plaited them into shape
It caroled a cheerful aong.
“ Why BO busy?” the Jaybird asked.
"What are you doing, pray!"
" I suppose," said the robin, " I ’m making a
For you. you blooming Jayl”
He who has resolved to conquer or D A L L A S
die Is seldom conquered. Such noble
T . A . R IG G S , Proprietor.
despair perisbea with difficulty.-Cor
Oallaa C lo th in g Factory.
VV. C. Brown and ion have over
their grocery store a tailor shop that
keeps nine employes busy.
cutter, Mr. Sarchet, has had thirty
years’ experience. Single garments,
suits, overcoats or anything else in
• lie tailoring line made to order on
T H R E E SAD D E A TH S .
Hon. E. T. Hatch, who lived at Mc-
Roy for so long hua had mora than
his share of trouhles and sorrows.
Some three years ago hit daughter
Anna died from poison self adminis
tered. and perhaps a year ago hia di
vorced wife was found dead at Forast
Grove with mysterious surroundings,
and last Haturduy merning his second
wife whs found dead in a well near
Bethel. Three years ago at Ratio, Ne
vada, lie wna married to Mise Effle
Emmett, who with her two brothers
had been, students at Stanford univer
sity. She was the daughter of Mr.
and Mr*. John P. Emmett, who have
for a long time lived two miles south
east of McCoy. Mr. Hatch was custom
tv collector in Alaska and she became
his most efficient clerk until last fall
datdining health demanded her return
ta Oregon. During the winter ahe
underwent a serious surgical opera
tion and afterwards came near dying
with typhoid fever. When her health
seemed to be restored late in the
spring Mr. Hatcli went hack to Alaska
to square up matters preparatory to
Hetlling at their new home en the Co
lumbia river ten miles below Vancou
ver. On his recent return from the
north she met him at Portland and
was happy and hopeful. Of late she
had depressing nervous spells and
spinal pains and seemed to fear a loss
of reason. Last Friday she and Mr.
Hatch drove from her father’s to con
sult her physician at Am ity. No
medicine waa thought necessary but
still sha was uneasy over the possibil
ity of becoming insane. They retired
at the usual hour and nothing unusual
occurred during the night. When Mr
Hatch waked up next morning ahe
was not there. The alarm waa given
slid a search began. Her father soon
found barefoot tracks lending down to
and across the road to an old well in
the licttnni of which waa her lifeless
body, ahe having gnna forth in her
n ig jl clothes. A coroner's jury pro
nounced it a case of suicide while suf
fering from teni|Mirary insanity. On
Holiday she waa laid to rest in the
Bethel cemetery. Effie Emmett was
horn at the family home in ¡872 and
graduated from Bethel academy in
1900. Hhe taught school in Spring
Valley and near Willatiiina, Hhe waa
above the average mentally ami in
other wavs and had a wide circle of
friends in the very best society. The
sorrowing husband, parents and four
brothers have the sincere sympathy of
neighbors and friends.
O nly 50 Cent£
to make y ou r baby atrong and
well. A fifty cent bottle o f
w ill change a tk k ly baby to
a plum p, rom ping child.
O nly one cent n day, think
a t It. It* aa nice as cream.
Scad for * free «ample, and try it.
•C O T T A D O W NS, CbemiXE.
*o* 4«s Pearl Street.
N ew Y ork.
50c. and fi.on; all druggist*.
10c bar tar soap................ 5e
8 bars Sioux laundry soap25o
Riggs’best spices............... 10c
Money back it you do not
Santos coffee a pound.....26c
2 cans cherries................ 26c
5 lb pail je lly ..................26c
Riggs’ Rising Sun syrup 50c
White Lily flour...............80c
Others sell at 85 cents.
Get coupons with every 25
ood milk cow for
Bowman at Bridgeport.
THOROUGHBRED SHROPSHIRE BUCK FOR
»ale or trade by T. D, Phillip«, Dali««.
arm n e a r d a l l a s fo r r e n t t o a t h o k -
ough, practical formar. Reference«. Mn. M.
» . L—, 91* East Taylor street, Portland, Oregon.
land and 8*0
Dallas, is for rent
W ITH 1*0 ACRES OF « R A W
acre« of pasture, five miles frsn
to «sine one who will h*J the
For information apply b«r«.
1 FRESH MILCH COW FOR BALM BT W.
WO HEAD OF WORK HOBBES AND O N I
driving home for sale by Mrs. B. T. M orris««,
four miles south of Ballston.
♦ p iE RESIDENCE PBOPERTY OF §. K. CROW-
ley st Monmouth Is f t sals or trade Apply to
d e s ir in g a
f ir s t c l a s s
cotter and feeder can have on* on the
of terms. Apply to Tboa. Elliott, Dallas.
oth lum ber
s h in o l e s fo b
Ayply at this office.
GRNTLB BUGGY HORSE WANTED FOR
severs! month* use. Lcsvs word at this office.
pastu rao s
Hows, mt Dallas.
o n e y t o l o a n o n tm pro yed f a r m p r o -
psrty st ueuo I rates by Osesr Hayter, Dallas,
oney to loan
• per cent o n f a r m
J. L. COLLINS. Dnllsn
TTTE HAVE MONET TO LOAN ON IMPROTMD
vT farm property.
SIJ BLEY « EAR Of
arn t o r e n t
w it h
ro o m
Mrs. T, C. Osrweod tn Dalles.
ron HAY BY
T HAVE SOLD MY MILL AND AM OOINO BU T
1 of the miU hueinesM All persons having tfainm
against me will please present them at the saw mill
within thirty day«, and ail pereoss owing me will
pi eon« call an<l settls within the name period, a« |
wish to cancel sll book aoconatn. Account# not
settled then wilt he placed In thehande of a collector
J. V RON Co peedes, Oregon
FOR SALE CHEAP.
AT A DISCOUNT.
SEE US ABOUT IT.