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Office over bunk.
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»Vy ii ive the only sot of abstro t books in Polk
uni 1 v
Ueli tbld ahstraots furnished, and money to
mo . N o omniai-sion charged on loans.
id i Wilson’s block. Dallas
J. L. C O L L IN S ,
to rn e y and Counselor at Law,
solicitor m Chancery.
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siu u in this place
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MHtod tn h is are . Office, c o rn e r M ain an d Court
Otllas, Polk (Jo, Or
J. H. T o w n s e n d
J N . H ahi
TOW NSEND A H AKT,
A T T O R N E Y S -A T -L A W .
« »-litre tpalaird in Otiti F e llo w »’ new
O R B O OUST.
OSCAR H A Y T E R .
A . t t o r n o y a t 'I - i a \ v .
Office u p s ta ir» in Cam pbell’ » build
N . L . B U T HJ K
D A L L A S , OREGON.
Robert A . M iller,
A T T O R N E Y -A T -L A W
Room 3, W'einbard building
Land titles and land ollice buaincsf
E x-R egister Oregon C ity land office.
M A ltT IN ,
IN T E R ,
ILiu se, sign ami orn am en ta l, grain-
ig, kaUonung and paper hanging.
1 a 1,1. a h ,
O reg o n
MOTOR TIME TABLE.
Leaves Independence for Monmouth and \irlie —
7:30 a m
3:30 p m
Leaves Independnce for
Monmouth and Dallas—
11:10 a m
6 15 p m
Leavts Monmouth for Airlie —
.50 a in
3:50 p m
Leaves Monmouth for Dallas—
1 20 a m
7:30 p m
Leaves Vlrlie for Monnioutn and Independence—
}:00 » m
5 p m
leaves Dallas for Monmouth an * Inne -emisuse—
1:00 p m
7 30 p m.
R. C. G R A V E N
B. K. WILLIA MS.
I'reH M len i
('n u ll lo r .
W . C. V A S S A L L , a s s i s t a n t C a s h i e r
U A L L A S
(J iT i
D A LLA S ,
liA iN h
Transacts a general b an kin g' ousi
■jess in all its branches; buys and sells-
exchange on principal points in ilie
United States; makes collections on all
points in the Pacific N o rth w es t; loam
money and discounts paper at the be»'
"atea; allow interest on tim e deposits
H V U r j OF ANATOMY 1
in i i
it .. I l l ru in s », cal
Th« l-ajc-At Anatomical Mutuai In the a
Wt.rH. 'Veikueii e-. v-r any r -mracted '
f a t l l l v é i y c o r e i y the oldest
on i I m C «u t Eoi. 36 ) ears.
, DR. «1 ORGAN —DISIASE8 OF MINI
W J . STCW,
D a lla .* : O r e g o n
A fair share o f patronage solicited
nd all n-dors p rom ptly filled
— A L L K IN D S O F —
IRON WORK TO ORDER
R epairin g P rom p tly
N o 12.
“ For 25 years I have never
missed taking A y e r’ s Sarsaparilla
It cleanses my
blood, makes me feel »irong, and
does me good in every w ay.” —
John P. Hodnette, Brooklyn, N .Y .
*We are Opening
N o w the m ost com plete line o f spring goods
that it w ill be your pleasure to
T h e s e goods are all fro m
the m anufacturers'
TASTELESS CULL TOMS
W e have n o w in stock the m ost satisfactory line
jSlo ( v r i I > o
the winter in Washington.
F A C T S IN F E W L I N E S
Mrs. L. Goodman, the oldest living 1
fem ale artist, celebrated her ninetieth j
Paris has 1,310 factories.
birthday recently at her home in Lou- j
A diet of garlic is a wonderful aid to
don. She began her professional career ! the complexion.
seventy years ago.
The czar o f Russia has established a
A Munich sculptor. Professor von ten hour working day.
Ruemann. lias borrowed o f a showman
A man should weigh twenty-six
a savage Berber lion to serve as a
pounds for every foot o f his height.
Enclosed with every b ottle is a 10 model lor the decorations of a military
The most valuable byproduct pro
monument he is at work on. It costs
cent package of G rove’s
$10 a day to feed the lion, and if he , duced on the farm is the skimmilk.
B L A C K R O O T L I V E R P IL L S .
W hitewash made o f quicklime and
dies the sculptor lias to pay $1,500.
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Richard E. Brooks, the sculptor who ! wood ashes will destroy moss on tiles.
The number o f laborers required to
was commissioned by the state o f Ma
R-I-l'A-N -S Tubules
ryland to design the statues o f John cultivate the tea crop of India is IHJO.-
Hanson and o f Charles Carroll o f Car- | 000.
rollton, has returned from Paris, bring-1
T w o roots and the trunk o f a fossil
A good prescription
ing with him the first photographs o f tree have Just been unearthed at Brad
his work. The statues, which are in ford. England.
The 5 cent p i k a«e is enough for usual occasions.
bronze, are to be placed in the capitol
The standard o f height in the British
The family bottle, HO cents, coiituins a supply for a 1
.ear, Alt druggists sell them.
army is greater than in any other
arm y in the world.
There ore sixty-five steam or s on the
S T A T E L IN E S .
Swiss lakes. The largest can trans
There was one divorce for every sev port 1,200 passengers.
en marriages In Indiana in tlie year
The median age o f the white popula
ended June 30. 1002. The figures are tion in the last census year was 23.4
20.014 marriages and 3.552 divorces.
and o f the colored 19.7 years.
The state o f Missour* has no state
During the last ten years 275 acci
flag. “ It lias a great seal." says one of dents, involving 301 deaths, have oc
the state’s papers. ‘*a coat o f arms curred to people clim bing the Alps.
with tw o bears upon it and a splendid
The incoim* o f lilt* Suez canal last
Latin motto. But there 'is no state
year was $19.450,000, being dues from
8,099 vessels which passed through it.
The state of Minnesota has no valid
F ifty thousand Christmas postcards
inheritance law on its statute books.
designed and printed in London have
Judge Bunn o f the Ramsey county
been ordered for sale on the continent.
court holds that the law o f 1901 Is un
T w enty-live survivors^of the eruption
constitutional and invalid, and deci
at St. Pierre. Martinique, are adver
sions of other courts have already
tised as an attraction at a circus in
found irreparable flaws in the laws o f
T H I S S IG N A T U R E
1897 and 1902. so that there is no in Berlin.
The motto “ Dieu et Mon Droit” was
heritance law whatever.
first assumed by Edward III. o f Eng-
laud when he took the title o f king of
R O YA L ROBES.
Dr. Heinz, professor o f therapeutics
HUNT APPE AR
Prince Alphonse o f Bourbon is form
o f the University o f Erslangen. advises
EVERY BOX OF THE GENUINE
long, deep and quick breathing for cur
Cleburne, a town in -Texas, possesses
a gray brindle tomcat that is thirty
years old. The auitmil has no teeth and
Is unable to mew.
thousand black silk
handkerchiefs have been ordered by
the British admiralty for the navy
from a Macclesfield firm.
The wlioje number of Seminole In di
ans, as shown by a census Just taken,
Uric acid solvent for the uric acid condition
is but 339. Nearly all of them are in
the Florida everglm es.
Uricsol is recomm ended and
The greatest number o f complete Bi
},aiaranteed to cure rheumatism
bles ever Issued iu one year—-viz, 939,-
and other diseases resultingfrom
700— was se.it out in 1901 by the Brit
ish Foreign Bible society.
an excess of uric acid In the
H o w U r i c s o l C u r e s It.
There are 3.900 window glass pots in
In order to cure rheu
the country, but owing to the limited
Uricsol neutralizes the uric acid con
matism, it is necessary to dis
number o f sk lied workmen It Is only
dition without over stimulating the
possible to operate 2.300 pots.
solve and elim inate the excess
kidneys— this is the secret o f its success.
A Sp.-mi.Ji ducat belonging to the pe
of uric acid in the system and
riod o f Philip IV. o f Spain. 1021 to
It does not disturb the digestive pro
until this is done, rheumatism
1025. has been found by n Mashona
cess, it controls the action o f the heart
land volunteer near Mafeking.
cannot be cured.
without depressing it, and without
A portable »'-at for messenger boys
Besides being a solvent of
has been Invented. A tired lad carries
causing any exhaustion ; in reducing
the uric acid, Uricsol eliminates
It concealed beneath his coat when not
the pulse it does not cause any nausea
iu use. but it will usually be in use.
the acid from the system, tones
or ofher disagreeable action.
Germany sold Russia nearly $700.000
up the digestion, stimulates the
not impair the quality o f the blood ; in
worth of plows last year. The plow in
Intestinal glands and does not
use hi that rountrjr 1ms wheels at the
other words, it does not impair the
Injure any part of the body.
beam tip. h i it does not have to be held.
constructive energies o f the system.
Since June 7 more than 95.000 British
Uricsol is particularly useful
It produces a mild physiological stimu
-officers and men have left South A fr i
In cases of long standing and
lation of the intestinal gianda.
ca. Tills is Irfdleved to constitute a
chronic rheumatism, because
w orld’s record In the transport o f
Uricsol is the only cure for rheu
the patient can take it without
matism that will not injure the stomach
The agricultural returns o f Great
any injurious effects.
or any other part o f the system.
B rftaln'Tor 1SNJ2 show that the total
URIC&OL l_HEniCAL Co.
Los Angeles. O il.,
under crops and gross was 32^87,705
r,r\T¡ > ' T N - 1 desire to express
. o f your rheumatism cure.
acres, a decrease o f 29.480 compared
vlr: *• L’rlcsn . ” After 17 years o f constant affliction and often helpless with swollen hands
and feet. I used six bottles of the medicine and now, after two year*, o f release, gratefully
ackn.>* «-age it s permanent benefit.
Mws. M d d F H a RTWELL.
As a thanks offering for his good
1)9 W . iTih St.. Los Angeles, Cal.
health Po|»e Le© XI I I . proposes to
Uricsol will bs sent to any address In the U. S.. prepaid, upon
erect a home for the a red poor in hia
receipt of % 1.00, providing your druggists cannot supply you.
native town o f Garpinero. Perugia, at
a cost o f $300,009.
U R I C S O L C H E M I C A L CO.,
Judge M. M Sheldon o f Macon, Mo.,
B » jc 4 S f A t l a n t a , G a .
La« A n g a l a t , C a l .
married a young couple recently and
left out the word * oi*ey" In the cere
tn order to make aure that
both parties should !>« aw are o f the
omission be called attention to 11.
see this year.
direct to our counters.
Q i^ O V E ’ S
o f shoes that w as ever seen in Dallas.
ially strong in children a..d misses lines.
M iddlesex M an u factu rin g com pany, B oston.
£ ? n ts ...
CURES A COLD IN ONE DAY
CURES GRIP IN TWO DAYS
13 r i c s o
R H E U M A T IS M .
1 1 v i s i t DR. J O R D A N ’ S o.t»T|
■ Y P R I I . I M thorouvhly eradicated
IVom ipicni without the u*e of ■ • r e a r ;
T r a n « » fitted by an Fi|wrt. RaMI>
L m l ernie lor ■ e p te r * . a quick and
" Tieni m.-e for P ile * . If tenure and
•nOelrr. l.y Dr Jordau't spettai pa.n
I Çonanltation free and •tri'-tlyprime Treatment per
v>hn: 7 *vc by letter A Lo tv . ■< r• r. ever- ca.e
fritter; < m
Write for B- ri, l-IF 1 O M I P R T <
! T t « H l ( « l . i.r iL in MKh ; A valuat ’ boc
be men ) Call •» ente
•ft. JORDAN * CO 10BV Marte« St.. « F
the Utah State Federation o f W omen’s I
Pure and rich blood
Clubs, has been elected a member o f the
B ETW EEN HEATS.
lower house of the state legislature.
carries new life *o every
Prince Alert. 2:00, is thirteen years
Miss Wainvrrlght and Miss Sohroe-
part o f the body. You
der. the latter a daughter o f the govern old.
or of Guam, have just entered Wash*
are invigorated, refreshed.
McKinney, 2:11*4« *s Die sire o f nine
iuglon society. The young ladies are, new 2:20 performers.
feel anxious to be
great-greni : randduughiers o f Benja*
L a fe Schaffer w ill be Ed Geers’ sec
min Frank »¡a.
ond trainer next season.
active. Y on become strong,
Mrs. Frai’cis Fid 1er Victor, who died
Twinkle. 2:00*4, and Dan R.. 2:04,
steady,courageous. T h at’s
retciitly in Oregon, was known as the each won seven races this year.
hieroiian o f the northwest, being the
what A y e r ’s Sarsaparilla
Baron W ilkes is the sire o f twenty-
author o f a number o f historical works eight performers in 2 :io or better.
w ill do for you.
on Orego'ï. Washington. Idaho and
Guy, black gelding, 2:0!)Vi, by Ken
SI .00 a bottle. All druggists.
Montana. She was burn in Itotuc. X. Y., tucky Prince, died a few days ago.
Ask your doctor what ha thinks o f A y e r’s
The sensational young trotter Todd
8 ;trsupuril!.i. lie- knows all about this grand
Mrs. Mary E. Skidmore of Hemp w ill make u season in Kentucky next
old fam ily m edicine. Follow his advice and
stead. on Long Island, who is eighty- spring.
we w ill be satinth'd.
J. C. A y e r Co., Low ell, Mass.
two years o f age. was informed some
Big Timber, 2:12*4, hay horse, by
days ago that she was heir to a $40,-
000.000 estate left by an uncle in New Goodwood. Jr., dam by Pilot Chief,
It is said tn af w hir n lw a ra win re
The fastest horse ever bred in Con turn the visit o f K ing Carlos of Portu
necticut is Daphne Dallas, 2:05, by gal next spring.
K in g Victor Emmanuel has signal
Quartermaster, 2:21*4, dam by Daniel
ized the birth of the Princess Mafahla
The new performer ludell, 2:22*^, by givin g $20,000 to the Foundling hos
by Allcrtoii, is a sister to Locanda, pital and $20.000 to the Free hospital.
The young sultan o f Morocco is said
2:07*/i, and .Jmicro. 2:10%, being out of
Has htond t i e te t < f|‘.br> yen»»
to be in danger o f dethronement. Some
Katherine, by Alcyone.
ntial salt: o\er 1
b t le .
o f the tribes are in armed revolt
Docs t Ids 1 « c«*r 1 <»f m er
against him on account o f his overpro-
P E N , C H IS E L A N D B R U S H .
it appeal t y *n?
gressiveness and wish to place his
Joaquin M iller has decided to spend brother on 1 lie throne.
B U T L E R & C O A I)
W i l l practice in ail coin is.
A tto rn e y s -a t-L a w
South Wales. All the comment she
; made was. “ This would huve made me
very happy forty years ago.”
Mr». Carter H. Harrison, w ife of
Mrs. Em ily A. Fifleld retired from the
Bi ton school board after twenty years Mayor Hurrisou o f Chicago, has be-
! come the recipient o f a decoration at
of admirable ». rviee.
Ml-«. Russo!! Rage threatens to resign the hands o f Henri Morou, the French
from the M ayflower Society of New consul, for her work in advancing the
York because men used tobacco at tho interests o f the Alliance Francois. The
annual dinner o f tlit* exclusive organi medal Is the Insignia of an officer of
public instruction a ml is highly prized
. Mrs. Chester E. Coulter, president of among educators.
F E M IN IN E
Brigadier General II. S. Hawkins has
been detailed as governor of the Sol
diers’ home near Washington.
Governor Elect Garvin o f Rhode Is
land is a graduate o f Amherst college
and o f the H arvard Medical school.
W. J. Van Patton, who owns the
farm where Ethan Allen lived before
the Revolution, has decided to present
li to iln* city o f Burlington, Yt., to be
used as a park.
Sir Frederick Treves, the famous sur
geon, says that he was very lazy as a
student. He never won prizes; in fact,
according to his own account, he never
had tho audacity to try for any.
Colonel Daniel Stevens o f Bristol, R.
I., has a collection of 3,000 buttons
Mrs. Fred Unr».th,
P r e s id e n t C o u n t r y C lu b , B e n to n
from armies and navies o f many na
H a r b o r , M id i.
tions. He began his collection in 188C
"After my first baby was born I did not
at Nashville. Tenn., and many o f his
seem to regain my strength although the
buttons are valuable as souvenirs.
doctor gave me a tonic which he consid
Professor Fnvaro, the Venetian, de
ered very superior, but instead c i getting
clares that the results o f his researches
better I grew weaker every day. My hus
band instated that I take Wine of Cardui
into the correspondence o f Galilei with
fo? a week and see what it would do for
his intimate friend, the Venetian patri
me. I did take the medicine and was very
cian Sanuto. establishes beyond ques
grateful to find my strength and health
tion that it was Galilei who invented
g. in l two weeks I was out
of bed and in a month I was able to take
George Briklioff, Jr., who raised con
up my usual duties. I am very enthusi
astic in its praise.”
siderable money in Chicago for tho
Boer cause, has received from the
W ine of Cardui reinforces the organs
hands o f a messenger, who brought it
of generation for the ordeal of preg
all the way from Holland, a neatly
nancy and childbirth. It prevents mis
carriage. No woman who takes W ine
framed photograph, taken within a few
• of Cardui need fear the coming of her
weeks, of Paul Kruger.
If Mrs. Unrath had taken
Peter De Villa, the discoverer o f gold
W ine of Cardui before her baby capie
In tho Klondike region and once fabu
she would not have been weakened as
lously rich, is now earning a livelihood
she was. Her rapid recovery should
by nailing boxes at the Ben Lemont
commend this great remedy to every
expectant mother. W ine of Cardui
winery, at Santa Cruz, Cal. H e lias a
regulates the menstrual How.
J JCT IN TIME .
A motorman in Chicago ran his car
into the approach of an open bridge hut
stopped it with the fender actually over
hanging the gu lf below.
want to repeat the experiment because
the chances are that he’d never agaiu
have the same good fortune.
O n c e in a
whil.* sonic one
wlu> iris travel
ed to the very
e d g e o f the
danger line of
stomach d i s
M ETRO PO LI
ease stops just
In time to save
his health. But
the majority of
people go across
the fine, and slight
symptoms o f indiges
tion grow to disease o f the
stomach, involving the other
organs of digestion and nutrition.
The first symptom of indiges
tion should receive prompt atten
Indigestion and other forms of
stomach ’’ trouble” are perfectly and per
manently c ured by the use o f Dr. Pierce’s
Golden Medi al Discovery. It strength
ens the whole body by enabling the per
fect digestion and assimilation of foou.
" I h ave been su fferin g for about rig h t y e a r»,"
w rite * Mr*. H Pierce, or .Villaprintr*. K y . "H a v e
hn<l never.il d octor* to treat m e—som e fr»r fem ale
w eak n e** a r d o th er* for »lom och trouble, but
received no re lie f W h en I w rote you for advice
I W'i* h ardly aM e to w ork, and you adviaed me
what to do.’ I bejran to take your m edicine and
Ihe effect» hove n e e « gr-od. I w a* under the
d octor’ a care ev*. ry sum m er before this. I took
nine bottle», fir e o f * G olden M edical D iacovery '
four o f F avorite P rc-crip tion .’ also tw o vials
o f tlic ' Pellets.' Dr P ie ic e ’s m edicines w ill do
a ll that you claim for them . B elieve I w ould
have been in ray g ra ve i f I had not taken them."
Accept no substitute for "G olden Med
ical Discovery.” There is nothing "just
as good ” for diseases o f the stomach
F ree . Dr. Pierce » Medical Adviser
Is sent f r e f e m receipt of stam p to p*y
expense of mailing o n ly . Semi 21 one-
cent stamps for the hook in paper cover»,
©r it stamps for the cloth-bound volume.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buflaio, N. Y.
sun pending lor me recovery o f one o f
the richest mines in the Nome region,
but has no means with which to prose
F R IL L S
F A S H IO N .
There are new evening gloves with
silk lacings and jeweled buttons.
New French cheviots are silk dotted
and barred in white, red, black or gold
Finely wrought gold and silver cords,
ginips^und narrow fiat galloons w ill be
popular for the winter season.
"D rop yoke” is the mime given to
some o f the guiuipcs and yokes added
to the lops o f the waists o f both duy
and evening gowns.
Hear fur is one o f the fancies c f the
season, the shaggy pelt accompanying
appropriately the tailor costumes of
zibellne, cju ih I h hair, boucle cloth anti
goods of similar rough surface.
The fur pelerine with long flat scarf
ends will supplement many o f the
walking costumes o f the winter. Some
o f the»«* wraps are very handsome, es-
perialiy those o f seal and sable. With
empire collars and trimmed scarf ends.
Purls made tailor skirts of frost gray
camel’s hair will 1«* worn under long
French redingotea o f black relvet or of
gray black, sable brown, Russian green
or deep Roman red cloth finished writh
quaintly shape«I collars and sleeves.—
New York Post.
P IN F E A T H E R S .
The laying o f nnusually large eggs
W here fow ls huve a good rtiuge one
rooster to every dozen hens is sutfi-
Old geese ure the best for hatehiug,
while young ones sell for the best
Rusty nails In the drinking w ater 1«
a good remedy for fow ls losing tbeir
Never inbreed your flocks. Change
cocks every year, and alw ays get pore
Keep some o f the largest turkey hens
for breeders. Select those with broad
bucks and good breasts.
Ducks and geese may be fattened
quickly on boiled turnips, potatoes and
carrots, thickened with cornmeal, con
fining the fow ls In close quarters.
R A IL W A Y
T IE S .
Sweden bus decided to operate by
electricity the 2,200 miles o f railw ay
which she owns. The electricity w ill
be generated by water power, which is
sbundHiit iu that mouutuiuous country.
For the sole use o f honeymoou cou
ples one o f the Russian railw ay com
panies has built a special Pullman car,
containing luxuriously fitted dining,
smoking, sitting and sleepiug compart
The "B illion D ollar express,” as it is
called, on the Morristown branch o f
the Lackawanna railroad, is one o f the
finest suburban trains in the world. It
derives its name from the large number
o f millionaires that ride on it.
P O L IT IC A L
P O IN T E R S .
It sometimes happens that a politi
cian is never so much out o f place as
when be is in one.—Chicago News.
Some earnest souls get excited be
cause a platform doesu’t suit them, but
the astute politician wuits until after
election, and then he doesn’t do a thing
Young man, get a Job as private sec
retary to a congressman and then get
elected to congresa. The five private
secretaries in the new congress show
how easily the trick Is done.—Boston
C H R IS T M A S
Advice for Christmas. "E n jo y the
present.” —St Louis Post-Dispatch.
The Christmas tree kept In the house
until It liecomes highly In fin inmnble Is
n source o f danger and Inis been re
sponsible for many fires. It Is proper to
call the attention o f merchants and
householders to the risk assumed Iu
many forms o f Christmas decorationa.
—Philadelphia le d ge r.
(¿rent Britain Is still the greatest tea
d r illin g country. The consumption la
five pounds per head o f the popula
tion. In Switzerland It Is estimated at
one and s half pounds per head and In
the United States about one pound per
Practical measures are now In prog
ress with a view to exploiting the vsrl
ous coalfields existing In Egypt and
elsewhere on the direct eastern fo o t s
The Egyptian government has granted
concessions for this purpose to Edward
Nlcholls. an Kngllahman.
Siberian merchants are loudly com
plaining that Manchuria and ports in
Siberia are flooded with American,
German. Japanese and other foreign
good* and that Russian trade Is d!s
appearing. Energetic measures are de
manded. particularly a frontier guard
■utUHeut to preveut smuggling.