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STATE CAPITAL RO TES.
T h e r a is a C la s s of P eop ie
A farmer near Perrydale raised 26
(Jome lo lilis office fur all kimls of
cal lii iiiks.
If there be a better clothing house
ed 225 pounds. It required 125 bush | Recently there has been placed iu all in the state than that of G. W. John
the grocery stores a new preparation
son A Co. it is not in the Willamette
W H A T W E H A V E L E A R N E D D U R IN G
is one of the best marble cutters in tint and they were sold for $380. It. will i called Grain-O, made of pure grains, valley. They keep strictly uptodutc
T H E W E E K F R O M A L L A V A IL -
stale and il.ies tlie cemetery work for not *ake much figuring to show that j that takes the place of coffee. The in everything pertaining to their bus
he made a big per cent on the value * most delicate stomach receives it witfi iness. The latest and the beat can al
A b 'o S o u rce s D ic tio d -JO t o r O u r “ ‘■'»'b e v tO’ Í“ '" « / •'» i’o U cuu,lt»-
of the grain consumed. Verily hog j out distress, and but few cun tell it ways be had there for the least mon
N um erous Fam ily of Raudors
I from coffee. It does not cost over one-
Mrs. H. H. Conner is proprietress of raising can he made to pay big.
ey. It is a mistake to buy clothing
In A b re via te d P a ra g ra p h s .
fourtli as much. Children may drink
i the Oregon house in San Jose, Cali
j elsewhere than at Johnson’s.
it with great benefit. Fifteen cents
forma, the very name taking there
ence, and Miss Ida Hubbard, of Su- and 25 cents per package. Try it.
For grocer!« a go to OafieMV.
I many people Iron» this slate.
ver, came in on the noon motor Mon Ask for Grain-O.
It is the policy of the New York
Spectacles ami niasses at Pfennig*».
Wont former Polk couutians now day.
Racket store to not keep goods over
from one season to the next, hence
Webb Lewis is placing about 350
I have a few ih'Uiaami dollars to
their present effer of a big discount
loan at nix per cent on sìriciiy
Mi icily first thing about those well known in this rods of woven wire fencing on his
Present— Hayter, Fieke, Muir. Gos on all kinds of heavy clothing. Many
stock farm east of Bethel. He has a
class farm securities.— l i. G Campbell.
things you can get (or a third less
On last Monday U. 8. Grant, clork big stock harn with sh^d room enough and street commissioner.
We have oak grub cord wood for
than regular prices at other places.
of the Woodman camp hero, received around it for 150 goats. They have
a warrant for $1500, due on the death access to it at all times and never fail
A license has heon issued for the of the late Addison Boyd, ami payable to find in the racks some straw to nib interview with Mr. Koehler regarding
The best cheap dining place in tho
ble. On account of its elevated loca
marriage of Win. Shepard and Miss to his mother.
Clay street and depot sidewalks, and town is George Bros, lunch counter
tion, he calls his home Cloud Cap.
Alice Coy, of tha Buell vicinity.
on S t ite street.
that they were to he built.
There was a dancing party at the
Any boy who would like to make a
These claims were allowed :
Only some 15 persons have regis Kowcliffe home last Friday evening.
few dimes each week sellibg the Sat M. D. Ellis, lig hts........................1103 25
tered, A. Burkhalter, of South Dallas
At Stockton’s dry goods emporium
At the home of Dr. Embreeand wife urday Evening Post, may apply here. John Grant, m a r s h a l.............. 23 00
precinct, being the first. The Looks
they are having a grand clearance
wiil be open until the middle of May.
daughter, Alice Irene, was united in advertise under our heading New To F. Muscott, hauling...................
1 00 sale. Everything lias been reduced
Jam es Grant and wife, of Kings Val _____
aller W. Sellers, son day. get what they want. The cost is A J Martin, hotel sidewalk. .
12 24 in price and a host of shrewd people
l*jr, bavu iMMtn npendi ig «everal day» ,l( n»vid Feller» and wife, Rev. L. C. generally from 10 to 25 cents an inser Observer, printing ................... 25 70 are taking advantage of the fact that
union,! D u ll., friend..
Smith officiating. Alter hearty con tion.
Dan Byron, Harris walk............ 57 50 they can now get there what they
An ordinance allowing invalid ve- need cheaper than fer months to come
Daniel Poling tiaa relumed from al gra'iilulioii. uli p re e n t .a t down lo u
after the sale is over.
D e a th of Nlra. W is e m a n .
liiclea on sidewalks was passed.
tending the Y. M. («. A, conference at j g""<l HUp|>er
They will liv
Leon Cross«n was the low.st bidder
Carrie R. Fowler wr * horn in Can
Pacific Grove, California, having trav j west of town on (lie Jh*ll place.
Thanks fo r a generous share of the ada in 1846 and in 1867 was m arried on the J . Wolfe sidewalk, he getting
To C u ro a C o ld In O ne Day
Mr. Schrsm m, at the steel bridge
Owing to tbs basket ball gainj the
elee about 1,800 miles.
j wedding cake.
to John J . Wiseman. They and the the job at 12.87 cehts a hart. The feud yeard, is always busy and always Take laxative bromo quinine tablets. choral meeting will be postponed to
There is a new horn son nt the
D. W Sears was over from Intle- family of her brother, A . VV. Fowler, other sidewalks that bids bad been happy because so many Polk county All druggists refund the money ¡I it 7 :15 next Tuesday evening. All
ho me of J . Hanson in North Dallas.
I jiCndeiic*' Monday maki ig filial settle- came we«t and settled in Dallas in called for were rep^rtyd built by the people have him to feed their teams fails to cure. Signature of E . W. members are urged to be prompt (or
1889. Ten days ago she seemed in property owners.
practice on the new chorus.
and then have a kind word to say Grove on each box. 25 cents.
J A . Wo’fe is improving hi-* farm ' in iit- of the John MoQnerry and F.
perfect health hut was suddenly taken
M. D. E llis offered to pot a modern about it.
at Perry dale by planting a carl« a I ol W. Piumbeck eitates.
11 and passed away January 7th. arc light nt (he depot for one month
'The county school puj eriutendent Her funeral was preached at the free, 'he same tube paid for ut regu
county teachers' associa
llen fy ICeyt, Perrydale had a five j has jast made an apportionment of house yesterday by Rev. C. C. Poling. lar rates thereafter, and on moiion of
incli gash made in bis b g by the sav I $ ! . ’><) per scholar and will make an- She was a devoted and enthusiastic Vsssall the proposition was accepted. a force of men and women busy ns tion, at Monmouth, Oregon, January
member of the Ea-tern Star, which c r-
age tusk of a mad hour.
ot in r iu April.
On motion of Grant the request of bees putting in tiptop shape the clo llt li, beginning at 10 o’clock:
Jackson for a bridge across the tiling of people »11 up and down the
Miss Hose Sm ith, of Monmouth, is j
A license has bean i«sned for the
Election of officers.
valley. Lots and lots of Polk county
to teach at Perryd-ih* in place of Mis- I marriage of Mi**s Anna E m m ett, near
Arithmetic— W. I. Reynolds,
people patronize it.
Grace Hargrove, who married her j Salem, to J J . G.irrow, of California
Geography— R. G. French.
brother, E . M. Smith.
The normal male basket ball team Her sifter, Mis John Lewis, huaband ordered from Daly’s corner to connect
DALLAS S H O R TLE T8 .
Bongs, recitations, etc— Pupils ol
D. L. Keyt. of Perrydale, H. B Tlii- will come down tomorrow evening and two daughters were over Iron» Sa with John Grove’s walk.
Bee J V. Lynch when you want a Monmouth public school.
elsor. and Geo. Griswold, of Salem, j and try to make it inierusting'for the lem. The bereaved husband and on
On motion of Muir the street com
History— A, F . Campbell.
have organized a joint stock company j Dallas college team.
ly daughter, Jessie, find some con tola- mittee were ordered to look after the tirslela-a job of blacksmilhing.
The Value of Literature— D. M.
to bore for oil iu the hills west, of Sn
t on iu the fact that she was univers pond in front of Lee Crider’s.
Good sized Polk county warrants al}* esteemed as among the best of
On motion of Cosper the auditor
At the Gooch Bros, flouring mill you
Command a premium of two percent. women. Her genial and generous was instructed to get a certified copy
Samuel Whitehorn was horn in Ver
The Importunes of Little Tilings—
Babies and children need
disposition made friends of all with of the city tax roll from the county feed. They will deliver you a sack of
mont nearly 85 years ago; came to Or
W. W. Allingham.
whom she came in contact. She clerk, so that the levy can be made at flour for 80 cents.
food, rarely ever medi
egon some nine years ago. He died
Fads; Their Uses and Abuses—
sleeps beside her mother. Grandma the next meeting.
at the home of his son. Ovor-ge, in Dal hooting in itch for forty geese and McAfee, who made so many friends
If they do not thrive
las, January 6th, liis wifs having pre weiity turkeys.
We must have loom for our spring
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food something is
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ceded him to the grave three years.
Under a new law the judges and
$100 R ew ard, SIOO.
stock, hence onr cut on shoes. We
He had been a member of ¡he Presby clerks of election selected at the Ja n
need a little
The readers of this paper will he cat) save you money.— The Bee-Hive I Mrs. C. E . Bnoils has returned
B aLLSTSO N .
terian church for 70 years mid his fu uary term of the county court are on
pleased to learn that there is ut. least
neral was preached by Dr. Thompson, ly nominations, either they or any
Mrs. N. M. Conner has been in one disease 'h at science lias been able
Take a look at Docksteader’s livery
one else having a right, to object be Portland.
machinery working properly.
lo cure in all its stages, and that is cu-
hoists and vehicles and you will con spent Sunday with friends here.
H all’s Catarrh Cure is the on
The 81st birthday of Rev. T F. Hoy fore tho next term of court when per
Eugene Ackly of McMinnville, was larrh
clude to patronize bis barn the next
Iv positive cure known to the medical
al was celebrated in Salem last Mon
Ethel Story went to Independence
visiting relatives here this week.
lime vou need such an outfit.
fraternity. Catarrh being a consti
Monday for a weeks visit.
Judge Boise will begin his term of
Rev. Harden will preach here the tutional disease, lequires a constitu
* There will he preaching at the Pres com t in xt Monday.
Miss Myrna Wilson, of Indepen
19th inst. at 3 P. M.
Every train brings someteing new
byterian church next Sunday morn-
Cure is taken internally, acting direct j for Wiseman’s hardware store. lie dence, was : lie gin st of Elhel Story
Iu reply to inquiries we have pleas
Mr. Blanchard, of Forest Grove, will
4ng and evening.
ure in announcing that E ly ’s Liquid
ly upon the blood aud mucous surfa ‘gel® a good trade from all directions. for several days.
preach here next Hunday evening.
ces of the system, thereby destroying I Trade at his store once and veu will
In the Oakdale school, for month Cream Balm is like the solid [»repar
C l, Bump has painted the inside
The Ballston literary society is in a tiie f' Undutinn of the disease, and giv I be inclined to go again.
ending January 3rd, Clifford and Ed ation of tlmt admirable remedy iu that
of the school house which adds great
ith Barnhart, Lina Dennis, Ethel it cleanses and heals membranes af flourishing condition, good progrumes ing the patient strength by building
ly lo its appearance.
will generally correct this
Farley and Gl um Siefarth were neith feet'd by nasal catarrh. There is no being furnished and the attendance op the constitution and assisting na
The cash sales at Brown’s store in
drying or sneezing. The Liquid large. The question, Resolved That ture ill doing ils work. The proprie
We have our basket already made
er absent nor tardy.
Cream Balm is adapted to use by pa wornon shall have the right to vote, tors have so much faith in its curative
for tho social Saturday night, and -rs
Ab< ut forty young people piled into tients who have trouble inhaling! Mrs. Bert Brooks and Floyd Conner powers, that they offer if 100 for any gave away were over $7,000. They notions ordered from Frisco arrrve, we
If you will put from one-
five vehicles hist Friday evening and through the nose and prefer spraying sooke for I lie affirmative and Henry J ease that it fails to cur“. Send fnr have been in business so long and will fill it up ami place it on exhibi
fourth to half a teaspoonful
went to the home of Will Howe and 'The price, including spraying tube, is Butler and A J Shipley tor the nega list of testimonials. Address F. J have treated their customers with tion and if the auctioneer ca-inol get
wife out on the Ellendale road. 75 (ents. Sold bv druggists or mailed tive, decision being in favor of latter. Cheney it Co.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold bv such uniform fairness that they have a hid of over 15 cents for it we will
in baby’s bottle three or four
They were so full of fun beiore they by Ely Bros., 56 Warren street, New
druggists, 75 cents. Hall.s Family ! built up a very solid patronage.
hid it in ourselves.
times a day you will soon see
got there that a sma 1 b^y at a circus York.
Fills are the best.
ered at. Wm *Ottitiger’s and watched
Mr. Phillips nnd wife have gone to
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never had a better time.
See the chairs, sofas and lounges at
a marked improvement For
H: P an hour is all the time requir the old year out and the new one in.
Kcrslake’s furniture store and you Rock Creek on a visit.
W A RKET REPO R T.
Hattie, daughter of H. C. Rowell ed to dye with Put ham fadeless dyes.
larger children, from half to
will be sure to want some of them.
The Woodman buildinsr association,
and wife, of Sheridan, was married S »ld by A K. Wilson. kO cents per
Burris Estes, of Independence, will
(Correct» ti weekly by Goocfi Bros.!
He has springs, mattresses and a gen cut and deliver to this place 400 rick
of Ballston, elected the following offi
last week to Marion Mendenhall.
a teaspoonful, according to
eral housekeeping outfit.
ce's Monday: President, G. A Mc
of 2 foot fir wood fur the motor Co.,
B ran, per ton $16
Report of Polk Station school for
age, dissolved in their milk,
and 200 cord for the electric light
At the home of W. J . Coy in Dallas, Culloch; vice president. N. F . Gregg;
Shorts, per to n , $20.
the month ending December 2 0 i!i: Wednesday evening, his sist. r, Miss secretary, A. JL Chandler; trustees,
plant at Independence. Hu will em
if you so desire, will very
Great reduction an ¡ill clothing at
Oats, per bushel, 30 ets.
Those neither absent nor tardy dur Alice Cov. was married to Win. Shep H. B. Flnnerv, G. A. McCulloch. N.
ploy several men and no choppers in
the Bee.Hive during this month— 15
Flour, per 10 barrels, $3 00.
ing the month were Lena, Katie and herd. of Franklin county, Washing F. Gregg, A. B. Chandler, Henry B ut
soon show its great nourish
this vicinity need he idle.
to 20 per cent off*. Now ia the time
Flour, per sack, 80e.
Henry Hose, Ruth and Leon ¡rd Shaw, ton, Rev. A. A. W inter, officiating. ler, W. R. Bilks and W. E. Conner.
ing power. -If the mother’s
Buckwheat flour, $2.50 per wt.
Henry and Cornelius Quiriug, John In about a week they will go to abide
The Woodmen will give a dance
Reddicopp, Lena and Anna Rein bold,
Germea, $1 (10 per ewt.
here February 14th.
milk does not nourish the
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in eastern Washington.
Hay, Fred, W illie and Addie Boyd
Corn meal, $2 50 per cwt.
L* t Dunn Bros, fill your next bill
Jas. Withrow and J . 8. McCann are
Weather nice and farmers plowing.
she needs the emul
Cashier W illiams, of the Dallas
s to n ; number of visits made by school
for groc« ries and you will be pleased mukiug boards upon the head waters
[Corrected weekly by Brown Si Son
directors, 3.— Zula V. Alyer, teacher bank, is shipping, to Chicago about
Adrian Owen has returned from a
witli both the quality and price. You of Berry creak.
It will show an effect
175,000 pounds of prunes raised here.
Potatoea, per bushel, 60 ets.
2 years stay east of the Mountains to
never traded with more pleasant and
We have ju st ordered the Orego-1
both upon mother
Everett Btante took his -trap and
man for J . W. Keus, B u ell; P. Bar- j B th the Falls City saw mills are spend the winter here.
laird, per pound, i2 J(3 l5 ets.
tbolornew, Ballston ; J . T. Lady, W il-!
Fay Brown and wife and Maiidic
B acon,sid es, per pound, 10J@14ets
Elkins New Years and over 500 shots
lam ina; F. L. Chambers, Kings Val town where their diy kilns and plan Muck and mother spent a week at
90c. and $t.oo, all druggists.
Hants, per pound, 13@i(> ets.
No matter what you want from S a were fired hy the arack shots of that
SC O T T & BOWNE, Chemists, New York.
Shouldeis, per pound. 8@ 10 Ota.
Judge Sibley was in Falls City yes
Egga. per dozen, 22^ its.
Whenever you have an item of news
The watch party and box social at
G, Horner’s little girl Ntllie, died at
terday looking looking after some
C h ickens, per dozen $2.50@$4
please bring or send it to this office.
Different kinds of hay, different this place last Friday morning after
land and Postmaster Thomp
Dried fruits, per pound, 5@12 et-.
kinds of cow and poultry feed and tho an illues of 2 weeks with typhoid
Rev. R. M. Mesalck, who is preach son, of that place was here.
B eets, per pound, 1 cents.
N EW TO-DAY.
best brand« of flour may always be pneumonia. The remains were taken
ing at Garfild, Washington, has been
Geo. Remington and wif. will move
Turnips, per pound, 1 ets.
At its adjourned session the county
had at Ullrey’s feed store, also medi to Sweet Homo, Liun county, for
visiting his family in Salem.
Cabbage, per pound, 2 ets.
court will probably elect a county from Independence buck to thuir
cine for stock.
N. TOWNHKND W ILL SELL AT H I* YAtlUH
Onions, per pound, 3 ets.
R. E Gibson has sold his farm on roidmastcr to have general supervis farm.
near Perrydale Barred Plymouth Hock cocker
Soap creek, near Suvpr. to a Mr. Al ion of the road work in the county.
The Woodmen held an all night ses els for $1 —bints th al have heretofore sold at frotn
Dr. Cary wm called to prescribe for
to »6. They are Bret class aud all from high
Corn m eal, per pound,2$ els.
If your shoes are getting thin or let sion st Airhe last Saturday night •1
ien from the east, there being 280 A similar course elsewhere has almost EUla Clark.
Hcoring s W k . Old customers can * c t new blood.
Hay, per ton, |5^$8.
in dampness, they need to be sup- About 1 o’clock a fine lunch was This price will stand during the month of January.
invariably resulted in more systemat
acres, for f 7,280.
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Ernaat Thurston sold his silver
platided by better ones, which may be spread, to which the jolly crowd did
ic wurk of a better quality and greater
Miss Kate Sim -nton. of Rickreall, economy of labor.
prunes at 4 cents.
R E M A R K A B L E C U R E O F C R D U P . | bad at Gay nor’« stare. Ask to see amplo justice. Hot coffee was served
has been visiting Mrs. Ed. Shaw.
INQ AND CRYSTAL OF A LADIES GOLD
their rubbers and slippers.
throughout the night.
A L ittle B oy’s Life Saved.
The Riddle brothers have elected
J . J . Wiseman and daughter nre
watch was found near Bridgeport. The owner
can get it from John J . Brown by paying him for
The state taxes have been fixed at very gratefnl to those who gave them another barn.
I have a few words to say regard
$920,000, of which Polk county is to so much aid and comfort in their sad
ing Chamberlain’« Cough remedy.
As a gunsmith Mr. Kisser has few
Miss Vernie Walker gave a New
It saved my little boy’s life and I feel superiors, be is an expert at filling
Manly Martin sold a fall blooded
GOOD CAMERA WITH COMPLETE OUTFIT
tliAt I con not praise it enough. I cartridge «bells, and knows all about Poland China hog toMr. Frink for $20
The newly elected Masonic officer»*
for sale by J . F. Auer at Butler.„
Go to Wagner Bros, for plows ami
The Guthrie school has an »xlr-i (»might a bottle of it from A. E. Sieern repairing sewing machines and faulty
at Sheridan are R. L. Bewlev J . W. harrows, gulkey, gang and disc plows,
Bones, A. J , Bewley, D. C. Coleman, seeders and fanning mills which are
D. ELKINS, OF DALLAS, HAS A GOOD
with new fencing.
1 got home with it the poor baby
> . K . Heider and Ad. Beilis.
• work horse to trade for a milch oow,
The neighbors are to meet January
always in stock, also prepared spray
could hardly breathe. I gave the
In tlip matter of hosiury and corsets
J . Simpson was over from Sheridan \ for orchards. They keep buggy extras.
medicine as directed every 10 min
oak timber in'o stove wood. The la
100 ACRE FARM TO RENT FOR CASH. Ap
Mrs. Cliiu-e rail suit all the ladies and hy priming and others by cutting
last Saturday on legal business.
Take pour chicken and turkeys to die« around will come at noon with a ute« until he threw up and then 1 she has many nice things for their down and burning worthless trees.
ply to Isaac H. Whealdon, Lewisville, Or.
Cass Riggs, of Crowley, has a two- 1 the White Front grocery.
to death. We had to pull tho phlegm children.
year-old cow from which he makes six
H ITE PL Y MOIJTIFROCK ROOtTERSFOR SALK
Do you not enjoy receiviny fine
out of hia mouth in great long strings
Salem and sold them at 40 cents each. W by S. T. Sm ith, of «niithfield.
C IR C U IT C O U R T D O C K E T .
pounds of butter a week.
photos of your friends. So would
I am positive that if I had not got
Our clearance tale will ha continu
What neighborhood can beat ours
Department 2, presided over hy that bottle of cough medicine, my boy ed all of thi* month. Come and Me
A fibroid tumor was recently rsmov they like to have yours. Cherring«
a l e d o r lo o se w h e a t o r c h e a t h a v
ed from the neck of Dr. Einbree by ton, the Dallas photographer, is ready Judge R. P. Beise, will convene next would not be on CNrth today.—J .e l how 'lie prices have been lowered at for Johns. Here they a re : John Si
for sale b> W. H. MeDanial iiear UickrealL
mon, John Byers, John Young, John
Monday, the cases being as follows : 1 Demont, Inwood, Iowa. For sale by
Dr. J K. Locks, of Portland. The to make you the finest.
the Bee Hive.
Vernon. John Knowles, John Osburn.
J S Courter vs Ju lia I Courter, suit A. K . Wilson.
doctor was raised near Independence
Some time ago my daughter caught
HAVE MONEY TO LOAN AT ALL TIM ES AT
John White, John Bone, John Orr,
and practiced for some years at Bue- a severe cold. Site complained of in equity.
the very beet rates obtainable.— H. G. Campbell.
Smith A Rowell are roady to make John Shafer ami John Vaughn be-
Eleanor Bherman vs John I Sher
navista. He ranks well among the pains in her chest and bad a bad
O re g o n ia n s O rd e re d .
! sides several young Johns.
or repair both iron and woodwork.
beet physicians and surgeons in Port cough. I gave her Chamberlain’s man, d V- rce.
We last week hooked that paper to
jMRST CLASS ITALIAN YEARLING PRUN E
Abel Uglow vs Sarah J Waterhouse the addreroi of theae nine person«, all
trees for sale by II. 8. But*.
Mrs. Manley Martin has a turkey
Cough R> medy according to direct
et al, for?c!< sure.
In huyinjr groceries you want, a pure
of them to get it and thi** paper during
The state school fund amounts to ions and in two days site was well ami
R II MeCarter vs Olive M MeC.r ing the year 1902, each having paid $2 article at a fail price. You can easi setting o n them Thanksgiving and
J have used
o n e y t o l o a n o n !MP r o v k d f a r m p r o
over $2.000.000. nearly all of which is able to go to school.
p«rt> at usual rates by Oscar ilayter, Dallas*
for the two papers: E. Bell, Alter: ly l>e satisfied that Dunn’s grocery is halched every sgg Christmas day and
loaned in all parts of the state. Polk 'h is remedy in my family for the past
W N McLaughlin vs John B Wood Domes, G. W. Richardson,McCoy; W. til'ed with high grade goods and tlmt tlie fifteen little turkeys are as spry ss
county people have oxer $93,000 of seven years and have never known it ut "v suit in equity.
Mull*r, M. Injrermanson, Buell; John their prices are right.
to fail, »avs J s s . Prendergast, merch
o n e y t o lo a n a t « p e r c e n t on f a r m
trie amount borrowed.
E J Jasper vs W F Carrick et a), Diehm, Dalla« ; W. W 8 toekton, Ball«
J . L. COLLINS, Ifellee.
ant, Annato bay, Jamaci.i, West India
If the old ssying.-’All the world loves
All kinds of legal blanks for sale at Islands. The pains in the ciiest indi
b n ; W. H McDanial, Miss A, M.J
E L Bentley vs John Sykes, suit in
After taking an inventory Mr. | a lover” is true, then the fiction in
Kohertaon, Rickreall. This paper
cated an approaching attack of pneu equity.
E HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
81BLKY k KAKIN .
giv«s the news from all over Polk F.mll found that he had sold a large j The Cosmopolitan for Jsntirary should
monia, which in till— instance was un
Vardemon Scott vs Elisabeth Scott, county nnd the other take« in the quantity of goods during the past he popular indeed. All the stories
Harvey Kelly and Elijah Bailey, of
doubtedly warded off by Chamta-r-
Bethel, are studying dentistry.
atate, the nation and the world. Any year. It means that the |>eople were vary iu treatment, plot and action,
lain’s Cough remedy. It counteracts
If M Guthrie assignment.
Call for Warrants.
person of ordinary intelligence and a pleased with what he had to .all and from Francis C. Baylor’s charming
Jesse McCarter, Bert Stiles and Miss any tendency of a cold toward pneu
The C K Spaulding Logging ru n -
desire for knowledge cun devote to the prices. Me proposes to do even story .Cupid’s Practical Joke, to Maar-
Lena Stauffer have entered Dull.»« col- monia. .Sold by .V K. Wilson.
pane vs the Imlejtendence and Falls them many a pleasant and profitable tx-tter hy them the coming year, lie 'tn Maarten's strong domestic tragedy
UTICX 1« V1KRKRY fltVKN TH A T ALL UK-
City Lumber and Improvement com
Buy your groceries at Riggs'.
will handle everything for which there Her Father’s Wife, but all have love
paid i oanty warrants of Polk eoaaly, O r r a
i whUh were presented and endorsed, "N ot pal« tor
Those having fine stock or poultry
ior a central theme.
Mrs. M. M. Ellis is quite sick.
waot af funds," prior to Oct. 5. l* 9 f, also war-
Ora Yocum vs Elm er Yocum, di
I m at 1707 for 96,000, endorsed October «th, » Ui be
to sell should let it be known through
It C lr d le s T h e G lobe .
Report of thcRickreall public echo'd j paid upon presentation at my oflee. Intereel win
the Itemizer. Ttiere is now double
The committee having tlie Falla vorce.
The fame of BuckUn’s Arnica Sal
! not be allowed on the same after the date of this e e
E state of Isaac Ball, deceased.
K. Y, DALTON,
the demand of a few years ago.
City railroad subscription in charge
ve, as the l»eat in the world, extend« keting celery and Felix Comegys, of Visitors, 17; neither absent nor tardy. tice
O eaatf T riaseier.
round the earth. It ia the one per the same vicinity is selling clover hay. Augeline Houthwick, Clay and Katie
(rated, Dallas, Jan . 1». tW t
Claud Plank and wife were here last will soon resume work thereon, and injunction.
fect healer of cuts, corns, burns, bruis
week from Roseburg, where lie is a hope tn find some change of opinion
H A Skinner vs Hannah Dowling,
Miss Loti Lewis, who has been liv
•< to the propriety aud duty of h.lp-
es, sores, scalds, l»oils, ulcers, felons,
th«r and Freddie Miles, Ada Bcott, Sa
suit in equity.
ing the project along.
aches, pains and all «kin eruptions ing in Philomath with her sister Mrs. rah I.liras. Hazel Vaughn, Vernie Gib Does Not Want The Entire Earth.
Chemcketa lodge, No. I. O. O. F.,
Only infallible pile cure. 25 ccntn a
son, Mira Lucs a, Johnnie Burch, Gny
There will he * basket social at the vs D J Bunyard, confirmation.
las with her sister, Mrs. Thompson.
box at all dm*iris’s.
V NELSON WISHES TU SELL HIS SUNNY-
Ta'om , 8)141 McDowell, Prince and
hall in Perrydale, tUtuiMay evrning,
Same vs Byron Hunter et al, fore
*»(!(• farm. It consists of 140 acres. S i* mil***
Francis Looey, John Simouhm, Ira j west «N Haleni on public road. Good location *• r
January I8th. Each lady i. expected closure.
fruit. Bout «print In Folk county» I'V b
and L'hif* McDaniel, Bennie H ilt.j land, or
to take n well Hilled basket and of
, The KM Yon Hits klwr
A P Starr, executor, vs Crnghn A I m t k
and convenient tn svbool ai*d rsltn-ad «tat'» n.
^|wl W Yw Ha* Alm|f
Thl. Ifeim«**» t» rm every he* of Uw XMatn* co' rse the gentlemen will go prepared
Ruth and Vida Myrr, Ollie and Oran . Pri v. A',«OC. Ia fers to Editor, Item->\r, Ray KawR
Laxative Bromo-Qnnine tom . o . to huy them.
or A . T. Pierce.
('m ill*»,— H C. Seymour, teacher.
T W Wann vs Geo E I<e«ris.
LOCAL AND GENERAL-
Hot R olls,
hot muffins, hot cakes,
made with Royal Baking
Powder may be freely
eaten without fear of