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C O U liT T COURT.
Th e 8 . L tS’ ewnrt nuu’hiin* is run-
A ppark from Craven Bio*.’ engine
Ht the ware hnwe m » i fire to \Y. G
! niog n«-rth of McCoy and that of V.
Mrs. Mary Wilson and Mr*. Rosa Wilcox a burn last Saturday and it. t
! B. Sear.a will start near Ball-ton to-
W H AT TH EY HAVE TO SAY ABOUT Herren, who have been visiting their burned to tho ground with seven l
! morrow. The B aiter Ar Morrison
The executor of the Daniel Vanbtis-
tons of hay.
and the Conner, t'oeht ¿ ' (ii* g g ma
D A M A S , F R ID A Y , ADO. 9 .1 9 0 1 .
} J â Ï d i ^
- ^* i chine
have returned to their homes at Ore
kirk estate was ordered to make deed
will mmjii be , running »n the
to real property sold.
i * a me vicinity. Harvest hand« are
su m e of W r .it Your Frlonda a re
how spring grain in
ui „nil, gvisv Km»« Hom.ll»« A t 7J0.
j not so sea roc as it was expected th*y
The petition te tell real property of
and Hava Bean Lately D oing.
T h e ir S e c ret Is Out.
the fall, which enables them to liar- ; _
Claud and Lulu Dempsey was set for
V V . A .. W A S H ,
A ll Sadievill, Kentucky, was curious vent U two weeks ahead of regular
hearing September 2nd.
EDITOR ANI» PROPRIETOR.
The executor of the Win. Suvage
ment in the health of Mrs. 8. P. Whit
e ta te presented final receipts, was
A. V'. Thompson is working at his j eater, who had fora long time eudiir- ' George McCulloch sowed one field A i i o M i i t <if J u l i a n ' s M m i y U i m l i i t r.u«l
« b u r m ln R
dis -h.iiged and his bondsmen exoner j new house.
ed untold suffering from a chronic on oat. stubble the ground being culti
SUBSCR IP T IO N R A T E S :
One of rbu i’;uN of the fierai world
S A L E M
O H .
bronchial trouble “ It is all due lo vated with a rolling harrow. It yield
Roy Henry and family have moved |
#1 50..................................... Per r-ax
Dr. K ing’. New Discovery,” writes her ed just as well as land that was plow this season is the Japanese fern ball.
The administrator of the Richard to the Lucas saw mill.
Boarding and day sebo«4 for girls.
( 7 5 ............. ..........Per six month* Eues estate was authorized to sell cer
husband. " I t completely cured her
ft ms, and ; lie quaint shaped into \vhi< h Education iliorongh ami pisolic i.
40 ...................... Per three month* tain real property.
The farmn.'s have hem rushing
Royal Plank is at Sugar loaf, help- j sud also cured our little granddaugh
Location beautiful and lieal'liful.
Advertising rate* made known on
ter of a severe attack of whooping with all possible speed to get their they twist the creeping rhizomes of
Courses — Kimleigurtcn, I’rimaiw,
The final account of the
auplicalion. Correspondence is solicit-
cough." It positively cures cough*, grain cut. (¿uite a number have tie« u Imvulllu bullatn are characteristic of Gr.immur and academic.
trutur of (lie Daniel Run.lie enisle w h
Tuesday’ a party of eleven climbed j colds, la glippe, bronchitis, all throat running day and night. Wheat in the unique productions of the country.
Music department — C»*iH»rvatorv
'* Fine Job Printing done at reasonable pre.ented and approved. The share Granite mountain, from the top of | and lung troubles. Guaranteed bot well filled end of extra good quality. The hanging hall here represented is
methods, piano, violin, guitar and
»»f George Randle is to he deposited which a lovely view is had.
tle* 50 cent* and f l . Tril bottle* free Quite a lot is expected to make thirty one of these singular affairs, but there mandolin.
tire others In the shape of triangles, cir
with the county clerk until called for,
at all druggists.
bushels to the acre
Jim Harris and wife of Dove Island, j
Best instructions in art and lan
cles. etc., arranged In the same way—
and the administrator will he din-
1. e.. by binding these rhizomes with guages. Send for prospectus..
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charged as soon as he presents re were guests of J. L. Morrison Sunday
evening; they are on their way to the
Add rena, S IS T E R SU PE R IO R .
wire over a conter of sphagnum moss,
ceipts for balance due heirs.
W e offer $100 rew ard for any cane
A battle is on in dead earnest be-
S c h o o l R e o p e n s Sept. 3rd.
Mrs, J. M. Davis is sble to be around of catarrh that cannot be cured bv j which must always be kept damp. A ll
1 he »ale of real property of the
tween the great steel trust and their Benjamin Tharp estate was confirmed.
again. Her daughter, Mrs. Porter, HaH’ii Cuturih Cure.— F. J. Cheney <fc ' these Japanese devices can be grown
A M in is te r’s Good Work.
has returned to her home in Rose- Co., Toledo, Ohio. We, the under in a room if they are thoroughly soak
employ**, numbering 109,001) men.
Margate! Comeg.v*, Lavina Com«-
" I had a severe attack of bilious col burg.
ed in tepid water daily, after which
signed, have known F. J. Cheney for '
Each has given out its ultim.itim, the gy* ulid Mary Black, heirs of the Abi- ie, got a bottle of Chamberlain’s C ol
they should he hung up to drain over
Haying is shunt over in onr neigh
two being verv far apart. The work- g'*H Ball e.tate. ol.je, ling to petition ic, Cholera ann Diarrhoea Remedy,
i to sell real property ami the demurrer took two do*** and was entirely cur borhood, and the warm weathei is |
men think they have grievances <> to ^h<>ir objections having been heard, ed," says Rev. A. A. Power, of Km fast ripening the early grain so that actions and financially able to cariy |
out any •qligafions made by their
which the other side should listen said petitioner is given until Septem- poria, Kansas. “ My neighla»r across harvest will man Be here.
firm.— Weal ¿ l Truax, wholesale drug- j
the street waa sick for a week, had two
ai.d the trust propose to run things to her 2nd to answer said objections.
FIRST T E R M BEGINS
H . Coad, who has been ailing for gists, Toledo, Ohio; Walding, Kinnnn j
SEPTEMBER 25» 1901
suit themselves. So far quiet and o r-; The administration of the T. S’
docto. He used them for two or three
, . have prevailed,
i l l but
there Jeffries estate was finally
Co-educational and expenses reduc
days without relief, then called in medical treatment. He is expected do, Ohio. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is ta
J hs . Helmick, W. P. Bradley ami
ken internally, acting directly upon
ed to tbe minimum.
lie a compromise at an early day d.«- „ T j,Ury w„ .
to app„ i9e another doctor who treated him some to be gene for several weeks.
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
days and gave him no relief, so dis
Regular college and academic cour
The attendance at our Sunday-
order is apt to be the outcome. A t tlio Nancy H. Parker estate.
charged him. I went over ta see him school is hardly so large since the bu system. Testimonials sent free. Price
ses, i'iciqdiiig courses in music and
75 cents a bottle. Sold by all drug
hegt there will he vast losses
Mrs. May Babbitt wan allowed a re the next morning. He said his bow
H all’s Family pills are the
bate of |39.75 on account of error in els were in a terrible fix, that they had sy season has commenced. Rev. Git- gists.
tins, of Sheridan, has returned from best.
the assessment of the 1909 tax roll.
been running off so long that it was his trip to the coast and was present
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The county treasurer was given cre- almost bloody fluq. I asked bin» if be to preach for us again last Sunday.
M ias T illie Best M arried .
D O R M IT O R Y
TH E HANGING FERN B A L L .
FALLS C ITY.
At the home of the bride's parents, (lit with $l,7b7.0I for cancelled war had tried Chamberlain’s Colic. Chol
AD VAN TAG ES.»*
era and Diarrhoea Remedy, and he
Most of the women folks of our
H. Best and wife, of Monmouth, Miss | rants.
Mrs. Minnie Cramer is visiting Mrs.
The davallla (hare’s foot fern), which
For further particulars address the
Tillie B. Best and Chos. H. Zurcher
j ^ Talbot being the lowest and ; said ‘ No.’ I went home and brought neighborhood are spending
is used, is fairly hardy, and it is easier president,
were united in marriage last Tuesday
bidder for repairing the Falls hirti my bottle and gave him (me dose spare time picking wild blackberries
evening, Uhe wedding was a quiet City bridge, the contract was awarded Told him to take another dose in 15 Many are being canned for winter use
C. C. POLING,
from the fire than too near it. In fact.
or 20 minutes if he did not find relief, while som* are taken to Sheridan for Mr. Hunter.
affair, witnessed by a few intimate tl) |,jm Ht |72 49.
D ALLAS, OREGON.
but he look no more and was entirely where they are sold for a good price.
friends. The house was tastefully ar- 1
Frank Butler hns been surveying at tion for our room ferns not to expose
cxred.,' For sale by A. K. Wilson.
ranged fo i the occasion, the rooms be
Independence for Mr. Hirschberg.
them to more dry heat than we can
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ing decorated witli festoons of ivy, in
SM ITH FIE LD .
A barber has come to reside in the rvoid or to direct sunlight.
SA LT CREEK.
terlwined and caught up with white
The assessor was allowed until the
To buy one of the undeveloped fern
Arthur Boydstou was here this old Griggs post office anil expects to
and gold streamers, and b<Hpiets of tint of October to return the 1901 tax
balls, a brown, dead looking sphere,
Hay making and binding in full week.
remaiu if patronized.
Howers scattered about, all giving a roll.
and watch the peeping forth and grad
graceful and cheerful effect. At 8
Harry Seymour is working for G.
Two warrants were ordered drawn
The Shepherd, Card & Frink outfit ual growth of tlie fronds until the
o’clock the bridal party entered the
in favor of J. G. Van Orsdel ou ac
with cook wagon attached are thresh whole is changed into a graceful feath
parlor and underneath an arch of
count of 1898 of 1898 taxes hid in for his barn.
ery mass of living green is a pleasure
Flovd Myer, of Dallas, is spending a ing at Harvey Gage’s.
greenery, Rev. Dr. Thompson, of In
county, one for $3fi9 (50, county and
only appreciated through experience.
Sn.n Burk will rent bis farm and week jn our country.
dependence, conducted the beautiful
state, to be cancelled, and tlie other
and impressive ceremony which made
move to town this fall.
for $417.8# on account of specials.
There will be preaching here Sun- | married on the 1st to Charles McDon \ N o t i o n F o p t h e A m a t e u r G a r d e n e r .
them one. A ll then repaired to the |
ald. living near Dallas. Rev. Good |
day at 3 o,clock by Mrs. Blanchard.
The amateur gardener can often
dining room to enjoy a bounteous re
friend performed the ceremony.
adopt modes of culture, favorable to
past and a social evening, and the oc- I
Ivie Bros., road supplies
$ 2 70
Mr. Colwell and wife, Mr. Leet and excellence, that would be hardly prof
casion was pronounced by all one of j
J. Lynn has all his barns full of hay at hi* warehouse so he will be near
Glae« <fe Prudbomme............. 58 50
wife* and Maud Montgomery have i itable for the market gardener. In G R E A T —
the happiest and most enjoyable of its
C G Coad. stamps..................
10 GO and will begin baling soon.
gone by the Rock Creek road to N ew strawberry culture, according to Mee
kind they had ev»r had the pleasure
T H March, lumber ............. 38 83
Mrs, Cass Gibson and daughter, of port, also Mr. Travis and wife, Mrs. han’s Monthly, it is said that much
Miss Maud Baxter still continues
of attending. Mrs. Zurcher is well
Clay Mfg Co, sewer pipe.......
10 8.) very ill and her condition is serious.
Rickreall, were seen in these parts Carev, Mrs. Rhodabaiger, and Mrs finer and more toothsome berries can
known in Polk county, having made
— AND —
H Wood, road viewer............
one day this week.
be obtained by setting the plants out
Tom Farley and family.
her h »me in Monmouth for a number
T P Bevens, s a m e ................
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ou ridges than when grown on the lev
of years, and her decided character
B ALLSTO N .
There was a good attendance on el ground. The earth is thrown up
Montgomery A Milligan ..
and cheerful and gentle disposition
Sunday last at the Evangelical mis
C G (¿nd, e n v e lo p e s ............. 42 40 ous and handsome when finished.
have won her the universal love of her
Henry Gilliam and wife are both sionary meeting held in the pleasant into a wedgelike form n foot or so In
Observer, printing ................
depth and then flattened on the apex
J. Bowles has placed a bill of lum very sick with typhoid fever.
friends and acquaintances. Mr. /R i
camp ground rear the church at by the back of a spade so ns to be only
Hoskins Mill Co, lum ber.......
10 98 ber with Martin Bros, for a new house
cher is clerk of Wallowa county and
« J T Ford, salary .......
Hop men say th at'th e continued Bridgeport. A sermon was pr* ached about nine Indies deep. The plants
to be built next summer. The lum
is highly esteemed bv his many friends ...
v■ . ,
Y\ r Nichols, same . . .
ber will be placed on the ground this dry weather will shorten the yield of by Bro. Kelly and If50 was raised for are set out about a foot apart along
in that r* g:on and elsewhere. 1 hev . . ...
.1 .1 \\ isentan, supplies .
hope hut they will probably be of fine home missions. Then came a pleas this narrow table on the top of this
have the congratulations and good
ant basket dinner and afterwards an ridge. The result is said to be a sur
I) J Riley, electric light
wishes of hosts of friends, together
L. M. Murray has returned to Che-
interesting lecture by Prof. Metzger prise to those who are familiar only
West Side, printing
with many beautiful gifts of kindly
t>n Education, a service in the even with the ordinary flat culture.
4 50 halis, Washington, after a two weeks'
Jack Wagner, grader............
remembrance .They left Thursday tnor
2 IK) visit to the old folks at home, J.
ing at the church closing a profitably
W H Martin, scalp bounty .
niug for a two weeks' outing at New
82 30 Bowles and wife and his little son,
I Thurston Lumber C o ............
K ie ffe r F e a r Im p ro vin g .
port, after which they will go to their
31 00 Li unie.
A dial Tate, road work .......
“ Is It Advisable to Plant More K ief LIBERAL CASH
new home in Enterprise, W alloaa
To Save Her Child
G VV Chapman, same............. 88 12
fer Pear Orchards?" was a topic dis PREMIUMS O N .*
Jas. Ol ms tea d has had a new stock
frightful disfigurement M r . cussed at the recent New Jersey Hor
i W T Haley, same ..............
barn built., Mr. Chapman, of Ballston,
In all its stapes there
Nannie Galleger, of La Grange, Geor* ticultural society’s meeting, aud Mr. D.
L IV E STOCK
C L Starr, salary ..................
h.iving done the work. Jimmie is al- should be cleauhness.
C rid er-M cD on aid W ed d in g .
gia, applied Burkleu’s Arnica Salve to D. Denise said that from the remarks
I Rowell Bms, lumber ...........
A G M I'U l.T L 'K A L
-o making a large amount of hay, Ely’s Cream Balia
At the home of the groom in Dallas : Mid Creek Lumber m ill.........
great sores on her head and face and I made of this fruit since the last crop
clover, cheat and grain.
H O R T IC U L T U R A L
cleanses, soothes and heals
Wednesday evening, August 7tli, at W O Morrow, g ra vel............
writes its quick cure exceeded all her was gathered this was a hard question
the diseased membrano.
D A IR Y »nil
8 o’clock, I). C. Crider and Nora E, J E Sibley* salary................
hopes. It works wonders in sores, to answer, as we cannot tell what will
Mrs. Barbara Unruh, who had been It cures catarrh and drives
McDonald, of Dallas, were married, I .1 G Van Orsdel, special taxes 487 40 sick a long time with consumption, away a cold lu the head
M A N U F A C T U R E D PRODUCTS,
bruises, skin eruptions, cuts, burns, take place in the future. The quality
Rev. J. R. G. Russell offieiatin«’ . ! A N Holman, services .........
scalds and piles. 25 cents. Cure guar of the Kieffer is improving each year,
l 40 died at Mound Ridge, Kansas, whith quickly.
F L O W E R S . P L A N TS ,
Mrs. Hubert Sears played the wedding F E Myer, salary ................
an teed by all druggists.
81 00 er she went in search of health.
C O O K IN G , W O R K S OF A R T
aud the cancers are using it to a
over the membrano and is absorbed. R e lie f is im
march as Mr. Crider and bride enter I Milo Woods, same ..............
40 00 leaves a husband and three children.
greater extent than formerly, and this
mediate and a cure follows. I t is not d ryin g—does
N EE D LE AND F A N C Y W O RK
ed the parlor and all rose to their feet, j E V Dalton, same................
Wheneeer friends from a distance is largely in its favor.
not produce sneezing. Large Size, #0 cents at Drug
remaining standing while the ceremo Mis F E Myer, same..............
come to visit you or when you have a standing the low prices last fall, his
4G 00 W h at S h a ll W e Have for D eaaert? gists or by m a il; T rial Size, 10 cents by mail.
Beautiful camp ground, free. Spe
ny was performed and congratulations \ Tracy Staats. same ..............
news item of any kind, remember that orchard yielded $100 per acre, clear of cial rates un camper« lickcts
This question arises in the family
E L Y BROTHERS, 5«! W arren Street, N e w York.
The groom wore convention- ! J G Van Orsdel, salary......... 139 33
this affice wishes the f«cts.
every day. Let us answer it to-day.
all expeuses. and while this is the case ami firing your families. Reduced
tional black and the bride was beauti IT S Laughary, salary............ 137 18
rates on all railroads. For further par
Try Jell O, a delicious and healthful
fully gowned in white silk and carried . E VV Cooper, pauper ac.........
The Dallas sawmill is not running n will be advisable to continue to
13 00 dessert.. Prepared in two minutes.
M. 1). W ISD O M ,
a hoquet of white carnations. Then Martin Bros, lumber. ...
on full time, but a small crew aie
9 92 No boiling! no baking! simply add
Secretory, Portland, Or.
came the refreshments, which were I) G Meador, du uper ac .......
kept busy getting out whatever may
8 00 boiling water and set to cool. Fla
prepared and served up to dale. Tliohe »
be necessary to complete orders.
14 75 vors :— Lemon, Orange, Raspberry and
u 11 ,m •»
R. a G. u........n
Russell and ii .1 J Fidler,
6 40 Strawberry. Get s package At yeur
In front of the court house m iy 1 e
wife, S. A. Riggt and wife, of Salem, Oak Mlil Co, lum ber...........
7 50 grocers to-day. 10 cts.
seen growing »« very rlirifty plant re
Hubert Sears and wife, of Oakland, L E Braley. bridge work ..
. 55G 50
sembling alfalfa. It is sweet clover X B A L F O U R
California, J. W. Crider, of Oakland,
and a good forage plant for bees.
Miss Ada Morgan, of Salem, H. L.
««* 207 Commercial street, Salem
*£ G U T H R IE
Only a Mask.
('rider and wife, F. J. Coad and wife,
Garden* drying lip but fruit .1
Tbe recent hot weather has some 1 ï & C O M P A N Y
Many are not being benefited by
W . J. Wagner and wife, B. S. Harris
what damaged the growth of hops bu». j
the summer vacnMon as they should right.
and wife, T. A. Riggs, Mrs. Ed Coad,
Are doing s general warehouse and storage business and are
at the same time it has literally cook
n n n j u
be. Now, notwithstanding much out-
The »s .th e r lm* ranged between
Mrs. C. U. Coad, Misses Jessie Lyons, ..
ready to buy your
ed the lice and tl e few left are not
door life, Miey are little if anv strong- hot and hotter.
H *llie Coaii »m l Eva Coad, of Dallas. | „ lKa„ , h„ „
t i ..
apt to do much damage.
Offers the best goods in the
! er than they were. The tan on their
Mr. and Mrs. Crider will continue lo
Hop men say the hot north wind*
market for the lowest j riots
. . . . . . . .
darker and makes them look
See the new school ndvertisments
live in Dallas. VVe join their munv . ,
Look at his goods before you
J I healthier, hut it is onlv a mask. I hev »re no benefit to their crops.
friends in well wwh«** through life.
, . *
in this and subsequent issues. Now
buy elsewrhere. and you enn
I are still nervous, easily tired, upset by
The farmers of Polk dounty should see them before selling.
Most fall wheat and oats in the
is the time to make a choice and he- ; &
be sure you will be pleased in
triHas, and they do not eat nor sleep shock and lots of sacks going out.
They have the Humphrey warehouse at Salem.
gin to prepare for tho fall term. Mon
every way. He not only giv-
Travis McDevitt is confined at his well. What they need it what tones
ey spent in getting an education is al
ee you the best geode for the
home with fever.
the nerves, perfects digestion, creates
The J. A. Wilhniw and W J. Steele
ways w« 11 spent.
money, but the best and the
, appetite, and makes sleep refreshing, threshing machines are running and
l he county court finished its work
neatest work. Established 17
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and that is II( kh I s Sarsaparilla. Pupils grain is turning out better than for |
A majority of the Inns and girls in
and adjourned at noon yesterday.
years. Manufacturing jewel
\ *ud teachers generally will find the several years.
this county will during the coining
Dr. Ilavter will be absent frem his chief purpose of the vacation best sub-
hup and prune gathering season earn
A letter from Missouri reports near
Main street, Dallas, Ur.
dental office from August 10tli to 19th. "erved by this great medicine which, ly everything dried up and asks the
enough to pay for their school books
*** Wi know, "builds up the wb >le sys-, price of dried fruit here. Curing ap
and fall clothing. Such children de
Dr. McCallon has just received a lem ..
serve kind words and encouragement.
ples and prunes is likely to pay thia
fine electric battery which be will use
m 9 m ___
in his practice.
Rev. Claud Lemasters, who Inis
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charge of the Christian church at
The Baxter & Morrison machine
Piof. Meteger and family have m o».
w i . l begin Monday on the crop of J h s . _ « . . .
I was iiHlieted with catarrh; could
ed into the dormitory and will have
Am ity next Sunday.
Lands a Specialty.** ^
Olmsted on the old VV anil place.
I some necessary improvements made neither taste tier smell and could hear
VV'e are ready to print hop tickets in at once,
When you take vour va The depot is now in its new loca
i t — Mxrcua (!. Hhautz, Rah vay, N. J
We are prepared to locate you upon lonut o f ®
any quantity desired. Place your or
Cameras tion and is being put in a more pleas
John L. Burns was in town Monday The Italm reached me «.alely and the
ing condition than before. Then it
der m»w, so as to be sure to have them looking aftor a house in which lo j
finest timber, claims in Oregon, or if you
etieet ie surprising. My son says the
from $1 to $20. A full was partly in the street, but now it
ready when needed.
want an improved ranch or fruit farm, we can ¡g
move for the school year. He expects first application gave decid. d relief.
line of photo supplies fronts on the east line of it.
Within a week three young men, all to he in attendance at the college.
Respectfully, Mrs. Franklin Freeman.
show you just what you are looking for. Call 5
always on hand.
holding prominent public positions,
Dover, N H. The Halm does not ir
Prof. Metzger delivered an ednea*
and see us. A ll correspondence promptly at- S
have absconded because detected in
ritate or cause sneezing. Sold hr
tional address in the grove at Bridge*
L U T H E R A CO., Dallas, Or.
squandering public money at gam
druggists at 50 cts. or mailed by Ely
|s»rt Sunday afternoon, and spent
brothers, -iti Warren St., New York.
Such places should he
T H E PEOPLES’ PRESS
Monday in and around l*ewi*vilie
shunned as one would a viper.
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W S * 8 1 A iW 4 i1 R * 4 R iW IW
1 Uniking after college interests.
Official Organ of the Socialist Party of Ore
Rev. Wagoner, of California, is in
tieo. Krentz has gone to Oregon C
Next door to*l\ O., Dallas. , Of scientific government, as taught hv
Every person Is responsible for all i our city working up a lecture course, ty lo work.
tbe most advanced thinkers .and phil
file good within the scope of his abili
osophers of thia age. You can get a
J hihw and Mary Shiyep are spend
ties and for no more, and none can tell | company with President Poling he is
sample copy free if you mention this
T R IU M P H
whose sphere Is the largest. — Gail .»anvanning the citizens to s(*e how ing a few days in Salem.
paper. A. D. Hale, Ed., Albany, Or.
much support can he pledged for such
a course. It is Imped the citisons will
assist in this worthy undertaking.
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TreMa Prather it» visiting her tiiter, g r a d e r s .*
Mrs. T. W Johnston and son are up Mrs. G. K Ha rmon, at Bridgeport.
from Portland on a visit to her sister,
Call and see samples of Rambler, Ideal and Cres
fair. For green and dried prune*
Mrs. Dr. Farley.
Frank. Keotlnim and wife, of Dakota !
cent bicycles at
Fourth w m o ii . Improved
That t* tlxupep«)*.
This seasons oat crop is so large
1901. M*nd for particuUra to
It malu'i life mfwraMe.
Moat of the fall wheat and winter
It* sufferer* rat not beonnw they want o, and so good that the present prices
— but «Imply becalm« they nun.
oa'a are n»>w in the a hock and the re- 1
port is a heavier yield than for sev« r- i
They know they »re Irritable and fretful;
Largest stock of sundries outside of Salem.
Lane county is having the l»est al years.
but they cannot be otlmrwiMu
ÔV State street, 8alem.
grain and fruit Crop for years. Sever
l$e«t equippped repair shop in l ’oik county.
They complain of a t»u! ta.it. In tho
WU ftv« «trench &• the ner\ e« »nd r*-
al threshers are already running and
W A L T E R M O R L E Y . Prop
Wild blacklierries are about over
•fnr* tin ¡iter »ml kidneri t*. » VeaWir
month, a tmdornci nc th. pit of the stom
condition, Rive tone to the Oemarh *nd
in every instance the yield has been and many galbvna of tire luscious:
SPEC IA L A T T E N T I O N
ach. an uneary (rallaa of puffy tuinraa,
h tw ei«, »m l pr.Hntnt« » c -w l »| pint,»
grt-aier than was anticipated.
healthy dig« *H »n. will rv?ie' e o n etinv
fruit have been slum! away for winter
boailachc. heart lm: n and wbat not.
T O O U T OF T O W N
ti«*n, purify the Wood and taake a heal
TTw effectual remedy, pnned by perm»-
use by tbe housewives ol this vicinity. |
thy tfcitlv with » clear akin. That tired
nent cures of thousands of sever, rases. Is
O A - N T O n i A .
.«O R D ER S j *
feeling will leave you »nd sleep w ill he
There will be a basket »tinner at the |
B usts tu
/r 1 » (wO w H»i* *!»*>» BwjM
reetfal. At H l.*..n > drug «tore, IwRae.
Evangelical ch u rch h ere August 1 111*, j
K »v. Kinsey, of Independenoe, will |
H oop ' s h u / i n th#
OUR STAFF OF RUSTLERS.
preach at 11 and i ! 2 oM ock.
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Â3 M f 0 Ft,,: SÂGREC HEART
September 23-28, ’01.
BIG LIVE STOCK SHOW
C H. MORRIS
* W H E A T .«O A T S ,* A N D ¿«BARLEY J
T ake a Kodak
I LUTHER & CO**
W ith You
5 REAL ESTATE
P F E N N IG ,
Jeweler and Optician.
SALEM FENCE W ORKS !
M o o d 's Sarsaparilla
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