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O F T H E AGE.
The heal physic. “ Once tried a»»«*
you will alwa \s use Chamberlain'*
Stomach ami Liver Tablets," aa\>
j William A.Girard, Pease, Vt. T I mn *«*
! Tablets are the most prompt, uio*t
i pleasant and most reliable cathartb*
! in use. For sule by Wilson Drug Co
Miss Km mu Riggs and her brother
I Seth, were in from «dims farm simp
ping tliis week.
W K. Wann. of the Al ea country,
■ and Ins n* phew, Prof. W A. Wann,
\ < f Kugeue, were anion £ us last Satur-
J.lin A. W¡Ilium*, of Pioneer, li»a
I r<-«\ iif .l . paitml f,,r iuiiini.t im.-iit*
( in saw handles.
S**mil or Mitchell has been •«» seri
The crack bask* t hall teams of Dal
las and Ncwbnrg clashed arm** in our ously ill with a combination ol *il
college gymnasium last Friday Each m enu in WaahiiiKton th .t Oi«-g«»n re
was known to In* hard to beat and publicans are figuring on wh «1 might
both were in their best righting »rim. Inippeii ff lie sh«»uld die after the leg
The building wa* puck« «! to its ut islature adjourns. The appointment
most limit, a motor load coming iron of a sen tor would then he up t«* Gov
Monmouth and Iod*-pen«*« no»* aud ernor Chamlterlaiu. and they 'hink ii
miters from funner away. During would lie a great calamity lo* Oregon
th»* first half of the game the visiting to again have a democratic senator.
team made many grand rushes, but
T h e Dt Has and Monmouth basket
our boy* were always there to meet
hall teams are now a tie and mu i
them more than half way. When the
plav another game to determine which
end came tin* Dallas gang were xti**ad
will win the pennant. Our boys have
more thun two to one. It w h s a clean sent a challenge aud liO(»e for an early
The visiior* mostly
veiled fm the Newbeigers
large audience dispersed, the home
Htel Cook, who married Jim Paul’s
team gave heir opponent* a pleasing ! daughter, is going around on three
banquet at the college dormitory.
! legs because of a cut foot
D A LLA S W HISPK R IN CB.
Hay. you chicken people, have voti
¡rie«l Ullrey’a ground bone, ovaler
alleila and egg protlucmg p«».vder*
ile bandi« a all kinds of »lock feed and
Dall »a matte Hour.
I 0. Vaiukike and Wilbur Hughes
have near the po^toffice one of the
best livery stables in the valley. They
are always right there in person to
see that patrons are properly treated.
A t Dunn’s grocery you can get gen
uine maple syrup for a dollar a gallon,
their choice rqnush for pies and buck
wl »eat for cakts make powerful good
G e r m a n B a p ti s t C h u r c h .
On the north aide of the toad be
tween i h** old Dodson and «»1*1 Delash-
milt place» on Halt Creek i-* one of
the live t churches in thi» countv.
They are German Baptists and ilia 33
families dial attend make up a con-
gr« gat ion of 80 «>r more. Henry W-«ed-
ei is tln ir popular preacher aod keeps
things moving. They ha e Sunday
school from 9 30 to 11, the average
attendance being 00, and then preach
ing till noon. There being a comfort
able *he«J for their team« nearly all
lake lunch with them and after a so
cial hour there is prayer meeting
from 1 to 2, followed hv an hour’s
Everybody takes part in the
prayer meeting, which lusts from 7 to
9 every Tuesday evening
cipline is strict, no on© being allowed
to smoke or chew tobacco, and if one
become* otherwise unruly he is sim
ple put out. Dan Hoffman amt Sam
Smithson do not belong to the church
hut attend regularly.
THE OLD REUAOLE
Tw o car 1 ads «»f iron h ive just nr
Lots of new shoe* have arrived at
'The story of Uncle Bill Brown a<*at-
I lived f.»r the railroad track l*etween
A t Quinn’s market you can alwayj
the Bee Hive store. Ia>**k at the dis | u ring tliai 2.000 nickels in the Court get the very best meats, sausage and
j here a.ui Falls Cit-.v.
play in «an center window of Oxf -rds, I h 'U**- yard last fall fur hovs and girls la d. They can fill anv order for fat
j Wlm will furnish us the address of sand «Is slid children* shoes— all the j all <»\er the cu n ity to grxb after has poultry. 1'ake your marketable hogs
A b s o lu t e ly P u r a
bonier Polk county people, so that latest styles — The Bee-Hive store.
| gone around the w*»iM. N«»w the «*«1- a iii cattle to tin m.
we may -end them sample copies of
ito r o fa London magazine write* him
THERE a NO SU B STITU TE
\t the sheriff’s 1901 delit quent lax 1 for a picture of the occurrence, Ins
I the Iien iuer.
T h e Poetr y ot t h e O r a n g e .
sale last Saturday tin re was a com 1 photograph
and press comments.
The mother of Ed. Biddle, of the plete cleaning up of the list. The
It appeals to you when the fruit
cents for bringing a small package
D a li- iron works, died in Rochester, county had to hid in only three pieces There never having b*en a similar oc-
he tigs ripe and sweet on the tree late
C u th rle -E m b ree W e d d in g .
j currence, it wtjuld make a very inter
in February or early in March. Then
[ New York, last week, aged 89 years.
of property on which the aggregate | **Mimg illusirate«! inagaiiiie article,
Last Huiidny at the home of Dr.
There is to he a rural free delivery tax was $4 74. and the whole delin
Enibree and wife in Delhi., their
Kisser'* gun store i* headquarters are yellow with golden glol»e8, and daughter, Lillie, wa. united in mar
Just, received at the White Front
; mail route fmni Independence to quency amounted to only $288. Each
1 grocery from bonded warehouse in for everything needed by hunters. He
YY7‘1i 1 A
Hall’s ferrv. hack to J A Grigsby’s piece of property was sold to whoever
a flurry of snow has whitened riage Willi L. A. Guthrie, who live* A
W ill lecture here February 27th Hlu| nor»i» lo itrunk’s, w.at to Byer would hid the least rate of interest ! New Yoik all grades of Chase A ^an- puts up the best ammunition you can that
tops, and then you have m ile, south of town. After the cere
, I'ey I ridg », south to John Oshurn’s, and the owners have three years in I born tea. Ask for their teas and co‘ - huv. He is an expert at mending all an artistic background for a tropical mony by Kev. A. A. W inter a nice
and 28th, and everybody will Imrk to the Lridge, west to Morrow which to redeem it. H. L Fenton I fees wln n you go to the popular
forest. The air is full of sunshine supper was served and a good social
I bridge, ¡«ml south to C. E. Brooks, and E 0. Kirkpatrick were the m >st I White Front grocery.
heavy with fragrance as night time followed. The bride and groom
want to hear him. Admission east to Oakpoiut and w^s*t to Calvarv extensive buyers.
Whatever yon could get in any city comes on, and then, if the moon he were the recipients of many nice
Wood for sale. Apply at this office.
I clmrcli, then south to Stewart’s lane
drug store is kopt by the Wilson Drug shining, you may hear at midnight things that they will need in house
now has a new charter t ik
It now se> ms probable that there
50 cents. N o reserved seats. and hack t«> Independence, a distance ing Salem
A ll hooks and through open windows the song of keeping. The guests were T. J. H ay
in enough adjacent territory lo will he no senatorial election until the company in Dallas
of 13 miles.
other thing* used in the public schools the mocking bird in the scented grove ter and wife, Cheater Guthrie and wife
more than double its population. It,
l ist day and perhaps the last hour of all over the county may he had there,
and it never seemed so meiodious be Walter Hollers and wife, George Hem
Frank Morri-on and family have will have an area of about nine squa-e the session
From almost the begin f apils, «»¡L, varri shes and brushes.
fore. An experience like this is possi ington and wife, M is k s
retunx d from Grants Pass and say miles.
ning the hading candidates have nei Take your doctor’s prescrip'ions there
Critclilow, Rita Remington. May and
hie any winter, and it is worth a jour
that Polk county is good enough for
Dr »V. J. Farley is in very poor ther gained nor lost anything. Mr to be filled.
ney of a thousand miles, while you Doilie G uthrie; George Whiteside, Joe
health? being greatly afflicted with Merman has come from Washington
W H A T W E HAVE L E A R N E D DU R IN G
have it. by taking the scenic Guthrie, John, Cbesley, Clyde and
and is hovering around with his light
About. 30 of the Stables at the old rheumatism.
T H E W E E K F R O M A L L AV A IL-
route throigh the grand and
If you have been using imported
ning rod up for a bolt that will drive
Talmage race track have been bought
J. J. Fidler, proprietor of the Dallas him into either the senate or con Hon/, try a sack of that made in Dal picturesque Siskiyou
New R u l Estate Firm.
Salem stag* line, has in the post office gress. But he is too shrewd a politi las and you will he likely to change mountains to Southern California.
Able S o u r c e s D is h e d u p for O u r by Mr. Petit and moved to his farm
Cooper A Hurley have just jpened
N u m e r o u s F a m i l y of Readers
T ile Evangelical church at Buena*
cian to y* t make a.» open hid for to the homemade product.
am! descriptive matter, telling about a real estate office at Independence
In Ab re v ia te d P a r a g r a p h s .
Around it are a number of ei'lier.
vista is being rep»*ned by Rev. B. J. ment
may he had from any .lid will gladly show to prospective
agent or W . E Co buyers uny property you may wish «o
For groceries go to OsAold's.
a sash and door factory with a daily canned goods k< pt at Dunn’s store man, general passenger agant of til** sell. If you have any property for
Keiibe, Hall, of Bu»*na»*isU. went
sale you cannot do better than send
Spectacles and glasses at Pfennig's. eas> of (lie mountain* in search of a fruit dryer* with a daily capacity of capacity of 150 doors, for export trade would not think of making any chan Southern Pacific company’s lines in
them the description and price
The improvement league is taking ge, for they have never found better Oregon, Portland, Oregon.
about 4,000 hur-hels Some 500 acres the leail in the matter «*f estahli-hing
correspondence strictly confidential.
articles anywhere else. In fact, the
M. Hayter, dentist, Wilson building | Robert Ground*, of Eastern Ore
are iu prune trees from 5 to 10 years said industry.
C oopbh A H u r le y , Independence.
r. e . b .
Dunn’s keep nothing of second grade
Those who have any kind of pool gon. is wintering with his brother old and the acreage is constantly in
Remember »he Baptiit chicken pie
try or eggs for sale ibis spring should Luther, at Monmouth.
morning that the »tibre.ialion for Feb-
G r a n d m a Par lay C o n s .
•upp- r at the citv hall from 5 t » 9
let the public know it through the
C W J u n e s , of Baker City, has
ru«ry-Feb -m ean. Free*« every biely,
Bert Alderman, of Spring Valley, is this evening. All the poultry you
Lydia Copper was born iu Ohio 78
been appoint'd superintendent of the taking rnucic less*ms from Mrs. Alice
and that man looked frogen in his ul year. a*o and al Lexington, Missouri,
thing in the way of ladies and child
can eat for two hits.
ster. It was apparent that lie needed in 1847 was married to Robert Farley.
T. J. Cherrington, of Dallas, is still pem enti try to succeed J. D Lee on Wenger in Salem. Mrs. La villa Coop- j
rens furnishing goods ran now be had
making photograph- as cli©*p as ever. the 1st of A p ril. Either F. VV. Dur er, of I ml-prudence, and Mrs. J. T. | Tomorrow is S‘ . Valentine’s day unusually cheap at the emporium «>f the kind of wurtntli that slave, til. They came weal in 1862 aod slaved at
wnrinth that readies from head to North Yam hill for 4 years, then came
Call to see his medallions and latest bin or W. H. Downing, of Marion Wesiley. of Salem, have been visiting and some f«»lks will get mad over the Mrs Chare, near th* postoffice.
county, would have been appointed, at the home of hie father, Orlando hideous pictures that will he sent to
foot, ail over the body. We could lo this county. For many years their
have told him fron. personal know) family and thut of Asa Shreve were
but neith r could be induced to give Alderman.
A condensed milk factory has be way in favor of the other.
The people of this county have lear edge that Hood’s Sarsaparilla gives neighbors some three miles .outhwe-t
I t is thought that Eli Perkins, the
gun operation at Forest Grove, and is
Sin riff Withers, of Lane county,
permanent warmth, it iuvigorates 111 -
Jay P Lucas, who was raised at w h s killed hist week by an cw-convict famous humorist, will «Iraw the big ned by experience that tlie footwear Mood and speeda i* along through ar of Dallas. It is ten years since they
expected t o lie the means of distrihul
Monmouth, i« register of the landof* that he went to arrest. The man’s gest crowd that ever heard a lecture kept at Gayuor’s is about the best tery and vein, and really fils men and moved into town. Mr. Fsrley died
ing 130,000 a month in that region.
here in July, 1898. aged 80 years, and
they can get. Those who used their
Hoe -tT h e Dalles.
wife was holding the sheriff when the hero.
rubber goods last winter, continue to women, boys and girls, to enjoy cold she followed on last Saturday. For
Commissioners have been visiting
weather and resiat the atiacka of dia- i>ver 30 years she bad been a member
Reduced railroad fares from Febru do so.
Mrs. G L. MoMnrphy, Mrs J V.
the legislatures and the governors of
jail nt Eugene and most likely he will
It gives the right kind of of the Christian church and was in
all western states to induce them to Murphy, Mrs J Wagner and Miss he hung aud she go to the penitentia ary 15th to April 1st will bring thou
warmth, siinuilates and strengthen, all respects a grand, good woman.
sands of new people to Oregon and
make liberal appropriations for exhit» Emma Tice have joined the Falls ry for life.
at the ,tme time, ami all its benefits Her life was devoted to the welfare of
many of them to thisconnty. A gen
its at the Lewis & Clark fair, and City Maccabees.
*»f order, take it to C. H. Morris, who are lasting There may be a sugges others, aud no pioneer woman among
tneir success has been most gratify
There being a demand for more i.«l welcome will have much to do will make it keep time. W hen you
Last Sunday week Ralph Henry,
tion in this for vnu
us had cared for more sick people.
wi ll their remaining.
want a new time piece of any kind,
Jim and Tom W righ t started from boxes in the Dallas postoffice, the
Rev. L. Green preat had her funeral
R ev. J. R. G Russell went t«j Mo tic has plenty of them.
Our Independence correspondence Falls City to the Silet* basin, but en number is to be increased.
before a crowded audience in ilio
tells why a man and woman are in
The gambling habit and inclina
An enlhusisstio audience cheercil Christian church last Sunday after
tiug to the summit aud turned hack. tion, like that of drinking, gradually celebrated Baptist evangelist, Shep
the county jail.
Patronize the Robertson A Camp " in hoys to victory ill the game witli noon, aud theo they laid her beside
ard sou. now holding a meeting there.
The business center of Salem i* grows mi one. S**tne men in and
bell livery stable and you will n >t re- Paeitic college Iasi Friday night, ll her companion in the Odd Fellows
The Dorcas Missionary society of
Mind D lias are on th«* down grade
cemetery. She had been the mother
1) J. Riley is ha- k from a delight gr* t it They ke* p »-afe and fast teams wan a brilliant game, scorn 8 lo 19.
the baptist church will give a ehi'*k grad us 11 v moving t w r d the court
boll» dire* tio s «nd unh-ss a turn is fit) visit ot nver four moo Its in Bos and tln ir vehicles are always in good
of twelve children, the six surviving
en pie supper at the city hall on Fri house, siate house and new postoffi c
Perry fiaughinan’s mother came up onus being Dr. W J. Farley, Clias. R.
soon made, will soon go to the dog* ton, his childhood home. While tin re running tiim.
day evening, February 13tl», begin hoiUimg.
from Portland last week and stayed Farley, John M. Farley and Mr*. Nan
The tears and heartaches of wives, was a nontinual r*«und of pleasant
ning at 5 o’clock # ml continuing un
After w«>rking as a carpenter on the mothers and inters seem to have no things they gave him no desire to re
Ayres of Dsllas, Mrs. Mary Morris of
til all are served. Price, 25 c§nts. Southern
PaciHc since last April effect on such men.
main in that region. He ha«l been on
Bring your h< tier half and commence George Muscott has quit and come
The state committee of the Inter iSulem and Henry C. Farley of Reno,
life over by eating a Valentine supper home.
I f you wish to eithe, buy or sell in the Pacific coast too long to be satis best of everything there and at right collegiate Prohibition association an
— Mrs. Nita Russell, secretary.
cubators, egg- or fine chickens, a few fied with eastern ways and surround- prices. Read that over again, for it is ■■ounces that Dallas lias secured the
VV. VV. Jones and wife, of Saltcreek, lines in the Itemizer would be sure to roundings. The winter is extremely
state oratorical coutert.
Th is will
It, would he folly to send to Port are for the pres* nt staving with hi>
cold there as compared with our cli full of important meaning. If a store bring large delegations here in April
bring you inquiries.
mate. H e dropped off at Washing keeps whatever one might call for in* to see which college wins the 1100
land or anywhere else for tombstones brother at Am ity, their home being
its line, of the highest quality and at
T he mail route between Salem and ton to see what congress is doing.
N rnergetio mansger tor office to be opened In
or anything else f<»r a cemetery while occupied by their soninlaw, Oscar
thi« city toe large manufacturing concern. Sal
a fair price, what more could one ask. cash prize.
Silverton lias been discontinued, and
O. L. Hawkins, of Dallas can supply Taylor.
ary $10 ) a month extra commiMion« and axpennes.
Chester Gates lias been quite ill at $600 ca»h eecurity required. Heat of reference«.
the stage line, which i* owned by Wm
Addre««, Manager, P. O. box 2124, Sa« Fraucivco,
The fees for recording in the coun Kimball, of Dallas, will he discontin Portland and The Dalles have been above assertion.
Chief Justice Fuller, who has occu ty clerk’s office were $600 more last ued.
been bought by the Lyle and Golden-
pied that position for 15 vears. having year than the year before.
The first t rum hai challenged Mon-
dale railway. They are to have built
T H B L E G IS LA TIV E C ITY .
We have a rheumatic remedy that by the co ing exposition time the
mouth for a return game of basket
readied the age of 70, is eligible fo re
ACRES of good hop land fo r sale by lien y
A s a photographer T. J. Cronise, ball.
Howe. Inquire of Janie« Howe in balia«.
VV. O. Sims, VV. H. Buell, Bessie has entirely cured us. I f thus both finest passenger steamer ever on that
tirement on full pay, but as he is still
ovt r Dairympie's store, ranks among
strong in both body and mind, he will Daugherty and Lillie Buell are the red, try it, and if it does you no good, line.
the best in the valley and that is the
teachers of the Sheridan school.
it will cost you no hiiig
Frank Meador, who works at the
probably continue in offic*.
DARK red Shorthorn bull, 14 month« old anti
aim.>«t full blooded, aUo a 2-year old n. I. C.
One of the greatest deficiencies reason why so many Polk county peo Dallas suw mill, has a badly cut foot.
brood io w for «ale by 0 . W. Starr at Saltcreek.
Miss Mayhell Wallace has finished
Spri* g Valley is to soon be connect
Portland’s new chief of police is
among teachers generally i* a lack of ple go there to have their pictures ta
making it decidedly warm and ex her school on ll©d prairie and return d with Salem by telephone. The goveriiing power. The teacher who ken.
line will he erected ami owned by a lias not absolute control of a school nr
ceedingly unpleasan» for the evil ele ed to her home above Willamitia.
Y red and wljlto 2 year old heifer, with hole iu
right ear, ia misaing. Eee«i her during «tnrm
local company of wldch Samuel Phil
ment of that city and Mayor W illiam -
There will he a basket social at the lips is president, Andrew Vercler vice governs by brute force is not worth»
aud notify me and t will pay you.—Frank Butler,
The Johnson clothinglstore has been
is in full sympathy with him.
lower Millcreek school house tumor president, J. R. Shepard secretary of Ilia calling and should he at some
greatly enlarged to give room for
Jonathan Bourne, of Portland has row evening and Superintendent Starr aod treasurer, who w th Ed L oom * thing else. Seldom is the discipline toore geods and a better display of
of any school too strict, hut in »re of
T W O house« for rent by
J, <)«flekl, one at $4
from the beginning considered him w 11 auction off the baskets.
and W. H Elliott constitute the hoard
1 and the other at $8 a month.
ten the rein*« are not held tight enough them. All they have will hear close
self a senatorial possibility and has
Mr- Lena Mitchell, a daughter of of directors. The ground has been Director« should insist, upon good or inspection afid they want everybody
all the while been entertaining lavish
T h e matter of feed is of
Mrs C G. Fisher, deceased, was re surveyed and stake* set for the pula*. der and absolute obedience being perfectly satisfied before taking any
FTEEK H B tD O F E X TR A GOOD C A LV E S
ly in Salem. Some think him the
garment. That honesty is the best
oently married to T. H, Jolly, a prom There ar° now 24 subscribers and oth maintained in the district school.
F for «ale by D. L. Keyt at Perrydale.
catspaw of some other dark horse.
policy that firm have amply proven tremendous importance to the
inent a t’ orney of Moscow, Idaho, and er* will join.
Sample copies of this paper will I k * during twenty years.
The snow is gone except in high W R Hampdon. who married Miss
GOOD H E A V Y TEAM FOR 8 A LE BY W E.
Elm« r Morrison and Fred. Clingan sent to any desired address. Send us
W ron g feeding is
Martin, Dalla«, Oregon.
places and we are having frosty more- Etta Hubbard, of Suver, is a civil en are running a dray at Heppuer.
the names of former P«»lk coiintians
gineerand railroad promoter of Oma
Mrs. Emma Johnson came hack now elsewhere.
LD PAPERS IN PACKAGES O F 60 FOR SALE
nearly all the Polk county horses that
Harry Douglas went with the Tav-
at thi« office foi 16 cents, alm> blank notes and
from Eastern Washington with h r
Go to Riggs' grocery for mill feed.
The up-to-date farmer knows mo tgagt.N
cross the bridge. Convenience in lo
and all kinds of legal blank*
lcr f a m i l y , who recently returned to | The supply of mill sti’ ff, such as aunt, Mrs, D. J. W hi leaker.
chop, bran and short*, is no* eqmyl to
Reports come from various quarters
what to feed his cows to get
the demand here ami several ear loads
Independence is ag in cl timing to of sheep and goats having died during ire 'w o o f the reasons.
H EN YOU W ISH TO B U Y OH
OK SELL A N Y K IN D
Three more car load« of steel rails |1HVe »*.«.„ brought in from Portland, he the financial and commercial cen- j Ihe rough weather from lack of feed
of stock er poultry here 1« the beat plaee to
the most milk, his pigs to get let youi wants bn known.
have arrived for the rail road to Falls (%,n*ider*ble stock in the foothills i* ter of the county. Dallas ha* a l»4nk.1 ao«l shelter. Is it po«**ihle that anoth
As so many members of the legis"
City and a ship l*»ad from Belgium has now M,ffering and *>u? farmers «hoiild and <»ther capital not to he sneer.* i | er winter will find tin own- rs of such
1st ore consider the George lunch the most pork, his hens to
reached Seattle. In a few days a pil»- . jeHm lo ,llH|je ^ a t e r p rn «i*io» for
i HOICE clover »ted, also bear«!less barley for «ale.
, our railroad traffic is a big thin-j
counter good enough for them, ought
I For s a m p li« addle«« C. L. Hawley e t MeCoy.
driver will liegin work on jhe treatl* | t|leir unimrtla Most of them could and our merchants do a larg
***i-i - or sufficient teed.
get the most eggs. Science.
near the round house. More and profitably ia»*© beets, rutabagas and ness.
A show of
. ... ..
It is a fact that The W li te Front
more material will he arrivin * every other roots for their stock.
AMMOTH Bronx« turkey« and Black Minaros
...r town of greater comparative im grocery has the liesl aod largest vari
..ockerel« for »ale by Mrs. C. D. Nairn, uear
But how about the children ?
While slopping in Salem make the
p«»r> «lice than oine f«»lks seem to im
ety of groceries to s«l««cl from in P*dk O. K. pharmacy your headquarters.
General Foust**» , who captur d Ag
Miss Jennie Muscott ha* returned uinahio in the PniPippines. is to be ¡igi. e. Figures c«>unt strong« r than conn tv.
The proprietor, Mr. Ostrander, mav A re they fed according to
from a visit with her sister, Mrs. N**l come coni mander **f »Il6 deparimetti offhand statements.
H A V E M ONEY TO LO AN A T A L L TIM E S A T
M* »»day's |».t«*pngef train did not have something in youi line that you
lie Chapin, at Elletiahurg, Washing of the U< lunthia, w.tli he dq .anerr
th « very beat rate« obtainable. - H. U. Campbell
science, a bone food if bones
E iitli. da tight* r *>f B M Smith and j . et in until after midnight on ac nee'l.
at Vancouver after April 1st.
wife, formerly of this c- uti'y, will he count of a freight wreck in front of it
are soft and undeveloped, a
married in Portland next Wednesday., near Oswego. There are now almost
o n e y to lo a n on tm proved fa rm pro
A hill appropriating $5.000 for a
Wm. Wiener vaut* to rent h is farm
p «rt, at UHual rata« by 0 *-ar Hayter, Dull*«,
They give such g<»o«l meals ut the
summer normal schiol at Newport j no» th of Bethel.
daily extra freight train« out of Poit-
Bre* ze Gibson, of Popcorn, h is been 1
has pa-sed the lower house.
land on the west side, most!
with Strong restaurant as to draw a can- flesh and muscle food if they
slant¡y good patronage.
o ney to lo an
p e r c e n t o n fahr »
The Newber* G r*phio ia now print viaivmg th e 'fa m ily of hi« brother I..niber for California aud beyond.
J. L. C O LLIN *, Im ii««
The government has ordered work ed on ' he press ft r meri y used in the C i*», h i Ri« kreall.
are thin and weak and a blood
to be rushed «in all warships now he OV*server office.
For folly ten year* the New York
Half an hour i« all the time reqn r* j childrens shoe* al $1 a pair
food if there is anemia?
ing built, and all naval supplies and
E H AVE M O NET TO LOAN ON IM P R O V E
S IM I.l.Y * K A k IN
Ch-irlie Mtilkev. of Bethel, is at e«l to dye wi h Putnam Fadeless Dyes I «r values up t > $1 75 — 1
T he Bee-Hive | Racket store people have been con*
equipments «re to la* put on a war
Scott’s Emulsion is a mixed
Uncle Sam prop*»ses to he in a
hiirine** unul now more room t»a* be
f which bin bro her, B. F. Mulkey, is package,
shape not to he bluff d by foreign
Uncle Dave Guthrie, a lad of 78 come a necessity and arrangement*
In reply to inquiries we have pleas summers, was in town Tin sday and hi © being made to increase their floor food; the Cod Liver Oil in it !
Passenger trains will begin running
.«pace and *tock of good*.
makes flesh, blood and muscle, f r u r . time o f year hr.« come for tree planting. (
along the northern h«nk of the C d- ing of changing the name of their Cream Balm is like the *«>lid prepara | Ins he* 1* in the air twice over
1 et II have for sale plenty of first cUe* tr**eef
■uch a« sugar and Italian prune« apple« and Roy
umbia between Vancouver a*'d Ka-
al Ann cherries, also ornamental tre«**,ro«ee( (lower
Isma March 1st, the distance being
ing vine« and berry vines o f ell kind«* The h««t
Harry B**lt, who recently gradmte<l fecied by nasal catarrh. There im no
•pray duiiid and «praying material o f all k nd», ee-
John Boyer lost a few sheep during
fro? the 'tt »ratal school, is now teach drying or sneezing.
Janie* Elliott and otherp who -pray
It is the standard pe- ially for codlin moth. Orders for any of the
above thinge solicited and satisfaction cuaran'sed.
Lee Conner and family have been ing near Monmou'h.
Cream Balm is adnpie«| to u*e by pa ed their trees well are still bringing
J B. N U N N . D ata«.
George Cnnlee has been very miser scientific
food for delicate
up from P- rrvdale with hi* wife’s pa
W . J. Pulliam, on the old Kuykeu tients who have trouble in inliali..g - mr.d a| pies to market, while the
rents, J W. Caldwell «nd wife.
dall place at Butler, has gone hack l«» through ihe mice and prefer spraying.
The price, including spraying tulie, is wormy and toon rotted.
C. D. Ptirvine. north of Monmouth, hi* old Missouri home.
Clyde Reynolds, of Falls City, has
75 cents. Hold by druggists or maile«l '
has a fine ste« l frame windmill 40 feet
No wonder the Dallas merchants been visiting at the home of John
The sheriff of Marion countv eol by Ely Brothers, 56 Warren Htreet,
high and a 1.500 gallon tank
JU TIC E IS HEREBY O IV E N T N 4T T N I Ulfc
Send for free
. draw trade from such long distance, Buyer.
)«rted all t*ut
of the $220.000 tax New York.
■lersigued ha« filed hie fine! er. ownl as a«i-
would «lot be without it for «iouble the
because of the great variety and excel
| ministrator of
the m tat« of Margaret I. Babcock
roll turned over to him.
Mr. Gump has sold his place.
id Fridav, March ifith, IMS. at I
(hat thb pletore la • «•lock, p. m , of «aid day, at the county court house,
A J. Gump has sold the old Boh lence of their offeritig. ind their mod
(he form of e label to on (he | of Polk county, Oregen. ha« been fixed by Hon. J.
John W a llin « expect.« to «non put
Karl Parker, of P«>rtland. lias been
Clow place of 20B acres east of Dali*« erate pi ices.
battle ed I R. Bible», judge of the county court for «aid county,
up a fine re.-ideme s i Lincoln and Miss v lva Blepsing. now live in tin f«*r $8 500, including everything on
getting his apples reatly for the Port
S C ."
1 a« the time and place for the hearing of the same
Fred Koaer hue*«da to erect a food « • « house hack of the Baker properly the raiit-li. toe purchaser being from
C D / L t x f t a n ’ All person« interested in «aid matter are hereby on-
this paper, it to he delivered next
jC O llt X D O W n C
t it o li« . •Pfwar at «ani tim e am» «how cause, if any
house on his farm new Ri« k rea 11
west of the d* pot.
there be, why » i d accanut should not he appe«v«d
Elias Hinshaw will set out some
J H. Lawton, who has l>een a Dal-
Vine W. Pearce, who was raised in
•*■• **ir—1 «**“ *nd ‘I-*-'
Dalla«, Oregon, Feto II. IMS.
County Clerk L«>ughary t *>k his
Home young man desiring to be-
la* hart*er for many years, h is sold the Eoi.» hills, off rs the N«*rih Yam-
409 Pearl St. N. Y. Administrator o f the e ate of 0. Margaret
out to his partner, AUis Lvnch, and hilt Record for sale on account <•! de family to Haleni for a visit with kin coma a printer may find so opening Mr« J»*'» Remington has been visiting
will open a sh- p io Bheridao.
LOCAL AND GENERAL-
PR O FIT