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LIK E H O USE P L A N TS .
S E V E R E A T T A C K O F GRIP.
C O U N T Y S E A T M U R M U R IN C S .
TH E VOTE FOR QUEEN
L. D. Brown, with Towns» nd A
W e are like house plants. W e need
Hart, will do all kinds of stenographic Of the Woodman carnival is not very
fl..urmg mill product* C u r e d by O n « B o t t i « ot C h a m b e r -
work and is agent for typographic sup heavy for the four davn beginning last are equal to the best. Try th ir hard
a change of soil now and then— to be
I a i n ’s C o u g h R e m e d y
W H A T W E H A V E L E A R N E D D U R I N G plies.
“ When 1 had uo attack of the grip replanted. New scenes, new ex per-
Saturday.8it'1 ending Wcdner-day ov wheat Hour-
T H E W E E K F R O M A L L A V A lL -
Order from the last winter (the second one) 1 actually iemes, new surroundings—u change
The m.iihlo works of G, L. Hawkins eoing, but it has developed the fact anywhere in town
cured myself with one bottle of Cham of climate, dry air instead of moisture,
in Dallas give such general satisfac tl at there ar«- < ther and s'rung con mill.
berlain’* Cough Remedy,” sav* Frank sunshine iu place of cloud. This is
Able S o u r c e s D is h e d u p for O u r tion that an order for cemetery work testants in 1 lie field for the coveted
W. Perrv, editor of the Enterpr.se, hour times essential to health. There
N u m e r o u s F a m i ly of Readers
honor than those nominated by the
is seldom sent outride the county.
Judges of g<*od things to eat pro Bhortsville, N. Y. “ This is the hon are coiidiiiou« at hand that are better
In Abrevtated P a r a g r a p h s .
several societies. There is talk of still
Dwarf Essex rape se**d cleaned for others being put forward by tbeir nounce Dunns groceries at (he top of est truth. 1 at times kept from cough than Europe can offer. Take a month
• ale at 5 cents a pound by R. W. friends and next week's count may the ladder iu quality and they cost no ing myself to pieces by taking a t«*a or two in California. Plant yourself
For grocerit » go to Onfield'«.
Lancefield at Am ity.
witness an entire change in the lead more than inferior stuff It pays to spoonful of this remedy, aud when foi a time where there are no irrita
buy the beat.
the coughing spell would come on at tions, where the hotel is beyoud cri.i—
Spectacle* and gl«g*e* at Pfennig’«.
Kolia Waterhouse, of Monmouth, is ing women. The Rebekuh’s candi
night 1 would take a do«e and it cism, the landscajie pleasing and
hhieksmiiliing for the Bryan A Lucas date, Miss Laura Brown, is in tin lead
where warm »unnw weather invites to
on *he first count, with Miss Maggie
M. Hayter, dentist., Wilson building saw mill.
The Wilson drug store ranks among seemed that in the briefest interval
Pomeroy as a close second and who. the heat in the valley. Manager Btaf- tfie cough would pass off and I would walks and drives. Pure aud dry air,
If it’s a bilious attack, take Cfinni-
Mrs. J. M. Davis, of Gooseneck, fell by the way, whs not consulted in the rin slicks dose to business and is m 1 go to sleep peifeetly free from cough and the increased electric influences
h* rhiin’g StoniHclt and Liver Tablet* and cut her head with a butcher matter. Her friends hope siie will wavs on the watchout foi r ew and and its accompanying pains. T o »ay of sunshine are vastly helpful.
You can make this trip at very lit
and a quick recovery is cert- in. For knife that she was holding wiiile ruu- continua in the race, now that, she
desirable things in that line. All well that lb«* remedy acted as a most agree
sale by Wilson Drug Co.
| rung after a chicken.
has such a good start. T I10 ladies of known patent medicines may be had able Mirprise is putting it very mildly. tle expense and enjoy a ride over the
seen!»; Siskiyou and Bhasta moun
The democratic central com mittee. > Ed Richards and wife have greatly Dallas circle will see to it that Mrs. there and all physician's prescription« 1 had no idea that it would or could
tains, which at this« tim ? of year with
of which J. W. Kirkland is president j j im pro veil the appearance of tin ir Clierrmgton and Mrs. Tatum keep ere filled with fresh, pure drugs. Oil«, j knock out the grip, simply because I
their snow cover* d peaks, aie unsur
and Oscar Hayter secretary, wil! me t |
j home by the addition of porches and
hut it »lid, and it seemed with the sec passed for their grandeur.
in Dallas at 2 o’clock tomorrow to se I j paint and a new coat of paint has votes, and rumor lias it thill the edu
• a *
For complete information regarding
oud a Clack of coughing the remedy
bet six delegates to the congressional : much improved the Collins building cational »enter will thr*w in votes
The singe*will bring any small arti caused it to not only be of less dura rates, points of interest and delightful
con vt-ii ? ion at Albany April 11th. near the postoffice. F. J. Chapman’s
cle from .Salem lor a dime.
tion, but the pains were far less se hotels in California, address,
Such as cannot attend in person | new home looks better since the roof or. The normal concluded not to put
W. E C om am ,
sin ul 1 send proxies.
was painted and the grading around
General passeuger agent Southern Pa
endorse her. It is said that Inde
Remedies for all kinds of stock ail of one bottle before Mr. Grip had bid cific company, Portland, Oregon.
0 . J. Strong b is sold to I. P Reese the home of Mr and Mrs. Biddle pendence has an ideal queen whom
me adieu.” For sale by Wilson Drug
City C o u n cil M e e tin g .
ments may be bad at UUrey's feed
106 acres of land for $6,000,0. F Vic makes it more pleasing to the eye.
they desire to place on the throne. si ore. I f you have a sick horse « r Co.
A t a meeting of the city council
tor has sold to Ell » St Pierre part of
New things at Brown's candy store Here is the vote:
Monday evening E, K. Coad resigned
cow he probably has what will effect a
There is to l»e a special election
tlie Bverley fruit farm near Salem and —dipped walnuts, strawberry ala cli Miss Laura B ro w n ......................
D e o l a m a t io n Conte st.
34 cure. Bran, shorts, hay and Hour.
as councilman and Ed Shaw waa cho
Mrs Electa Richardson has disposed ma, nut chewing caramels and other M iss Maggie P om ero y.. . . . . . .
On the evenings of April 15th, 16th
sen iu his pi ,ce. I t was ordered that
of her quarter section timber « la in be goodies.
and 17th there will be public school gressman Tongue, deceased.
Mrs. G. N Cherrington .............
an election he held to determine
yond Falls City to W. C. McClure at
The best place ¿0 get a livery team contests for a $10 medal given by C.
whether action shall be taken to con
Mrs. Robert Hat*,on ie visiting Mrs Anns Dunn ......................
demn and appropriate property neces
Mrs. May M eador........................
7 i> the stable opposite Lfie post office. L. Starr and one of $5 given by the
friends at Roseburg.
sary for tire construction and main-
Mrs V. P. Fiske ......................
6 N o one ever yet heard a patron of that school. There are to be four contes
Ed. Cofld, of Gooseneck, and O. L
tants from each of the seven rooms, 27th anti the county convention in tainaiice of water works, ami whether
f> place grumble at unfair treatment.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes are fast to Miss May A ld r id g e ....................
Francis, of Portland, have gone to
they having been chosen because of
the city shall pay for same. I t waa
their timber claims in the Siletz re sunlight, washing and rubbing. Bo’ d Mrs. Win. Tutoni ......................
their excellent scholarship. The first Creek primary to be held vfarch 26th. provided that an election be held to
Miss Ethel P o l i n g ......................
by druggists, 10c per package.
two nights are to select a speaker Iron)
Miss Edith H o u c k ....................
get the public sentiment as to wheth
for trout fishing cones. Mr. Kisser each mom and on the last night the vention will be a« follows; Douglas er the rity shall issue and dispose of
Kindly take notice that Ely's Cream
C. L. Hawley’s tine band of Lincoln
sheep at Bethel are in excellent con Balm is of great benefit to those suf-
The contest for page has not mater on Mill street can supply every want seven best ones have another trial to 9, Jackson 5, Salt Lake 5, Spring Val I t s , 000 interest bearing gold txinds to
f- rcr- from nasal catarrh who cannot ially developed, but some energetic of fisherman us well as of hunters. He «how which two deserve the medals. ley 5, Eola 7, Rickreall 6, Buena Vista defray cost of constructing and install-
dition and have 80 lambs.
inhale freely through the nose, hut boys will soon find out wlmt a snap mends thing*.
Alice Grant and Freda Banner, who 6, Suver 3, Liickiarnute 9, Bridgeport ng a system of water works, there
Prof. R. C. French, of the Monmouth ! must tr- at themselves by spraving. is uttered them during the Carnival
won tho medals last year, will be barr 4, Falls City 8, Rock Creek 2, McCoy being one negative vote— Mr. Eakin.
normal, has been chosen president o ; L quid Cream Balm differs in form, and go to rustling votes for them
6, North Monmouth 7, South Mon
Judging from the many complimen eil from this contest. The speakers mouth 5. North Independence 12,
the normal school at Weston over 26 I but not medicinally from the Cream ■'• Ives. Any boy under 12 can be in
E. J, Reynolds has sold to A. R.
tary things that are being said by tiie from the different room« are as fol Soutn independence 8, North Dallas
Balm that has stood lor years at the lhe race. Watch this vote chauge
ladies who have recently virited the lows: Room 1, Ma >el Poling, Vera 10, East Dallas 9, South Dallas 10. Brown ins farm near Falls C ity for
Sample line of bnlts, over 75 styles head < f remedies for catarrh. It may next week:
millinery store of Mrs. Chaco she Wagner, H attie Gill and Jack Eakin ; Said convention will choose delegates $2,400.
from which to select, prices from 26 be u.-ed in any nasal atomizer. The Harry Madison
must have an extia attractive spring room 2, Nellie Shew, Louisa Rasmus to the district convention at Eugene
cents to $1.50 at the B ee-liivo store. p;ice, including a spraying tube, is 75 Maurice Dalton ............................ 2 display.
sen., Herman Hawkins, Ralph W hit
Sold by druggists and mailed by Herman Hawkins ....................
tlesey ; rci m 3, Allie Coulter, Leone
The \V. C .T . U wil meet with Mrs. Ely Brothers, 56 Wurreu Street, New
N E W T O -D A Y .
The majority of our citizens failed
Williams, Norma Holman, I^elah Mc
Kersey at 2:30 on April 1st. Mr*. York.
R e c e p ti o n .
to call for free votes so far. It is to
Perhaps the largest and best assort Daniel; room 4, Hattie Coovert, Ho
Lydia Miller will lead the devotional
A t their home ii> BalUton Wedne» 1 ACRK tract. In Dalis, tor .a l. by H oary H ow ..
See *ht h mdsome display of new he hoped that all will take an interest menl of grass arid garden seeds in tiie mer Dashed, W ayne Greenwood. W il
exercises and there will he select read
i 1 this contest, espouse the cause of county is at Fanil’s hardware store lis Re . nolds ; roil in 6, Alberta Hart, day, March 18th. Mr. ind Mr§. L. A. 1 Apply to Janie. Howe.
ingi* by Mrs. Boats and Mrs. R y hpring goods in tiie show windows of «me of the candidates, and call for free
where all sorts of garden and farming Gordie Gooch,
Clarence Reynold*, Newell tendered a reception to Mr.
Brown A Ellis.
tickets on their purchases at the sev implements may also be had. A.-k Minnie Launer: room 7, Earl Burk, and Mrs. J Rodney Bowman in honor /**OW 8 »nd heiler» to calve »son lor aal* by Clap-
Rev. A. A. Winter will preach at eral business houses meutioned here Mr Faull to suggest the best things Hi ttie Cook. Fay Farley, Allie Fuller; of their wedding, which took place \ J enee Browu, of Dalla«.
Dr. Howard, recently from Iowa,
along each line. Remember that his room 8, Mary Becker, Elsie Dashiell, at Dallas that day. The bride was be
has located in Dallas and opened an Liberty at 3 o ’clock Sunday after below:
comingly attired and admired by all,
Frank Kerri <ke, furniture.
E U v a l separator, lor isle on ea.y Installment
tinner, Mr. Nie«, can make whatever Eula Phillips and Earl Shelton.
office over the Belt & Cherrington noon.
terms. See sample at Brown's creamery in
while the groom’s smile was ¡ike a
Belt A Cherrington, drugs.
you want made out of tin or sheet
Attorney J. T . Simpson wa* up
sunbeam. About fifty friends and
'Fhe Bee-Hive store.
1. V. Lynch is erecting a neat five ! from Sheridan yesterdav.
relatives were present to wish the hap
Mrs. H. H. Cliace, millinery.
1 he Dallas-Willamette game at Sa py couple a long and joyous life. Re R O W R H I B goat. t o r n ) . » H I M) . y W
room cottage opposite the home of J
The Wilson Drug company.
Arthur Vassall, of Falls City, h: 8
0\J Flink nearYalla City.
D. Smith. When finished it will be filed his declaration of intention to
freshments were served during the
Mrs. J. C. Gaynor. shoes.
one is often at a loss about getting Willamette by the score of 5 to 21 evening mid at 12 o’clock the guests
occupied by his son Alvin.
T. J, Cherrington, photos.
hecome-an American citizen.
ALED tim othy hay for sale by W . 0 . Morrow
some appropriate present. Jeweler The game iu our gymnasium with departed, leaving many useful pres
The Cottage Hotel
Brown’s are now receiving fresh
Morris imtke* a specialty of providing Willamette w il give the score a dif ents aud good wishes. Mr and Mrs
Pr siding Elder Poling will preach
W R. Pfennig, jewelry.
candy from two Salem makers besides in the college chapel tomorrow even-
Bowman will make their home in
Brown A Ellis, merchandise.
the celebrated York goods.
team o f good work horses that weikfh 2,DO )
i ,g and hold quarterly busine?-* m«et-
BalUlon, where they have
Win Fanil, hardware.
pounds for sale a t 8*0 by J. W. Pulliam at
The local contest in the chapel
W SV. Jones and wife of Am ity and ing immediately thereafter. Preach
The Oregon Woodman.
Oscar Taylor and wife of ’Salt Creek ing and sacrament of the Lord’s
C H. Morris, jeweler.
heavy footwear until next fall. May- instructive affiir, as the contestant*
spent Sunday in Dallas with the fam Supper Sunday Dom ing and he will
Ralph Butler, of Dallas, is clerking
New York Racket store.
IU H T two horse wagon fo r sale cheap by E. Kim
*»e you have nothing lighter to take are each doing his or her best to se
also preach in the evening.
ball, west of Dallas.
ily of VV. J. Stow.
in Oouly’s store at Independence.
Guv Brothers, hardware.
its place. A t Gaynor’s shoe store they cure first place.
The public school boys propose to
The Dallas-Chemawa game Satur
Dunn Grocery company.
BOUT 1,500 bushels o f A 1 seed oats for Rale at
become sure enough athletes. They at Riggs' grocery are rapid sellers be
86 cents by Evan Evans, four miles south of
day night was a dear victory for our
H. J. Osfield, groceries.
go over numerous hurdles like veter cause of »heir superior quality. Asl<
»earn The score was 17 to 10, yet the
ans and s me of them do fine work as
Stock feed of all sorts for sale by A. fighting method of the Indians ser»
F. II. Muscott, confectionery.
high jumpers. The college boys will them. His Violet rolled oats is a
WO young Durham milch cows and other r.»%n
C. Dimick at the Dallas bridge. Best ously injured, for a few days, one of
Durham young stock for sale by Frank Butler,
have to practice both early and late
hay in the market, also oat*, bran anil our guards The score went against
near Falls Oity, N otify him when you will call to
to keep ahead of them.
their grain and Indian fashion they
F. J. Chapman, furniture.
are a whole lot In tier than any other
Consumption is a human
played »0 kill. However some of the
Andrew Taylor, son of Mrs. Jacob brand
If good livers once try them
management regretted the fouling weed flourishing best in weak
Pfau,died at the insane asylum Mon they will use 110 other.
AMMOTH Pekin Mid Cayuga duck eggs for hatch
ing, for sale by C. I. Ballard,
On Monday, April 6th, there will be
done by their own members.
day and was buried at Zena. He was
east of Dalla*.
lungs. Like other weeds it’s
Whatever vegetables <»r fruits can
40 years old.
easily destroyed while young;
other desirable position at Indepen cers two other proposition« euhmitt#d he had in this mark» t will always be
M o h a ir G rowers W a rn in g .
The telephone line between Spring dence will not come to Dallas as had to the voters
money found.--About a year ago there was
One is for or against found at the Dunn grocery. Farmers
old, sometimes im OST
Some buyers having their own in when
J found in the road near Perrydale a pu se con
V alley and Salem is now in operation. bi’cn arrang'd. W. R. ( ’ r iven hail making payment for and bringing ac- can nearly always there dispose of
taining some silver coins, which the owner may get
terests more in view than those of possible.
Those having phones are VV H. El taken charge as manager of ¡lie Bee i«»iis to condemn the necessary real their surplus produce.
by Inquiring at the Perrydale store.
gnatmen are trying to persuade the
liott, John Plum, John Schindler, E Hive store while Mr. Finseih is away property, water courses and water
Strengthen the lungs as you
latter to keep their wool out of the
O. Moll, C. E. Hanna, Ed. Loose, looking after othe» interests dnr.ng and riparian rights and rights of way
PAN of 16-hand 4-year--old mares weighing about
pool. Their object i« to break up the would weak land and the
S A L E M P O IN TER S .
John W alling, L. Abrams, A
H. the summer. Mr Craven is an ex for the purpose of constructing, main
1,300 pounds, also harness and wagon, for sale
pool and then pick lip scattered lots weeds will disappear.
by J. H. O’ Neil in Dallas.
Coyle, VV. B. Duncan, Sam. Phillips, perience! merchant and carries sun taiuing and operating .1 water sys‘ em
Spring styles of suits rnd overcoat* at their own prices. By the pooling
Sam. Barker, J. H. Crawford, Jas. R. shine wherever he goes. Everybody for the benefit of the city of Dallas may now be had at the old reliable
The best lung fertilizer is
arrangement and active competition
Shepard, J. E. Phillips, VV. J. Craw knows Wes and people like to trade an i Its inhabitants. Tue other is for Johnson clothing house. In style, fit.
FEW dosen 8 C. Brown Leghorn laying hens
among buyer« who are anxious for big Scott’s Emulsion. Salt pork
for sale at f»0 cents each. Can also furnish
ford, F. Peaslee, VV. O. Cooper and I) with him.
or against issuing or disposing of $15,- and make you can find nothing bet 1 »ts our mohair is sure to bring the
males. Claud Shaw, near I'oik.
The handsome metal ceiling and 000 interest bearing gold bonds to pay ter, nor will you grumble at the price. highest possible price. Those who al
W m .T u tom , who bought the Cut pretty tiling floor of the Dallas City f >r waterworks ami other expenses Their light, top coats please all who low themselves 10 he persuaded to
G 000 work hor*®,or >ft,e
Those see them. Hats that cannot be beat, 1 keep out of the pool will he apt to re
ler hop yard up towards Eih mlale, bank will produce a phasing impres necessary to secure them.
The time to treat consump
A com matters were once voted upon and hosiery in variety and underwear for gret it. Remember that the pool sale tion is when you begin trying
will budd there a cabin in which he sion on all who see them
and his wife will live during the busy plete up to date outfit of hank film - the city council authorized to secure everybody. Kerin mber the firm name will occur in Dallas Friday, April
H O Mammoth Bronze turkey hens wants«! by
hide it from yourself.
Bert. Alderman, route 1, Salem, Oregon.
H. L. F e nto n , secretary Mo to
ture is being installed, and in a few I the construction of city waterworks, G. W. Johnson A Co.
days the public can witness one of the
Dr. Smith and wife, of Sheridan,
greatest improveuts ever made in our some revisions and again submit the
AN , whits seed oats and a young Plymouth
The new, dry goods department at
Don’t wait until you can’t LE Hock
spent Sunday hero with their daugh
whole proposition to popular vote.
cockerel for sale, also Rose Comb Brown
S u n d a y S c h o o l C o n v e n t io n .
the New York Racket’ store is now
eghorn, B, P. R. and White P. R. strictly thor-
ter, Mrs. Joe Craveo.
deceive yourself any longer. uglihred
ctfgs fo r sale at t l a setting by Jam ««
After two years residence at Cres
An o th e r Pioneer Cone .
Boydston, three miles north of Dallas.
The United Slates marshal last,
delighted with the a<tractivines* and school convention at Lcwisvilje next Begin with the first thought
week brought Gust Olsen from Bock
cheapness of the goods. Many who
to take Scott’s Emulsion.
Creek on a charge of selling liquor to an'* family have moved to Salem
He from New Y ork and settled on the
Lue Andalusian eggs from prize winning stock
have heretofore bought all such things general review of the lessons and then it isn’t really consumption so
for sale by D. M Calbreath near Monmouth at
an Imlinn at Toledo. He appear d i» traveling rorraapondent lor the Or place where Andrew Biefarth lives
t i a setting of (Ifteen.
ami he practiced medicine all over elsewhere will now he sure to patron illustrate a primary lesson on the much the better; you will soon
before Justice Holman and wa* bound egonian
blackboard. After a good basket din forget it and be better for the
over under $150 bail, his bond-mien
Mrs. Clara Burton has gone to this country. In 1854, he, his bro bon« and new embroideries.
WO Good milch cows, one of them fresh, for sale
ner Rev. T . P. Haynes will speak
being H. B, Plummer atid E C. Kirk E .stern Oregon to «pen 1 tue summer th* r, Phineas, E. Y Hallock and Mr.
by H .U . Christiansen near Dallas.
Tuttle erected what has since been
about the qualifications of a good treatment. If it is consump
with her father, J H. Scott.
known as Haliock’s null. He moved
Bchramm’s feed yard at the steel teacher and M. M. Jones will tell the tion you can’t expect to be
Our college basket ball team was
The W illam ette university b»sket to Bethel and opened a private school bridge catches nearly all Polk eoiiuli nen* fit of Sunday school conventions
7 A N T E D - Several person* of character and g<M*d
defeat« d by the Salem players but ball team will come over this evening among his pupil« being ex-Govenor people because of its convenience and Rev. Lindsey will treat of the Bible in cured at once, but if you will required)
to represent and advertise old cstablishc»!
and try our college boys a whack at Woods and Dr. Rowland. In 1860, he, 1 he fact 1 hat horses are so well treat Sunday school. VV. L. Bristow discuss bejjin in time and will be wealthy business house of solid Hnancial .jtsnding.
licked the Chemawa team.
«alary t ’21 weekly, with expenses Additional, all
the gymnasium. Both teams being Professors John Hall, George Hall and ed there.
Itavahle in cash direct each Wsiliiesday from head
G. L. Hawkins went to Falls City composed of gentlemen there will he L L Rowland established Christian
• »dices. H<<rse Slid carriage furnished when neces-
er relations of parents to the Sunday ment you will win.
Tuesday and erected an $80 monu j nothing unfair or unmanly on either college at Bethel. Six years later the
Inclose self addressed envelope.
Colonial Company, 334 Dearborn street, Chicago.
ment to the memory of the old so! aid , but it will take powerful good school was moved to Monmouth ami
Many prominent business men il Jones sud A. C. Oliver. The closing
dier, C. Pehrson, who died some time j playing to defeat either side.
has become the stale norma! school. ways take their noon meal at tin feature will be the election of officers
rest all you can, eat all you OME registered l*. I. C. pigs three m>*nths «»Id foi
ago beyond Teal’s mill.
His first wife di< d in 1857 and five George lunch counter.
for the coming year.
sa'e by A. A . Lindeman at Lew isville. Add.es«
M«s Temperance House, formerly
can, that’s the treatment and S
C. H. Barberow orders the Itemizer of 1 his county, has been granted a di- years later he married Miss Lydia
to his address at. St. Helena, Califor ! vorce from her husband, Chas. House. Ann Jones, of Bethel, lie died last
I f you want the best pictures to be
week at. the home of his son, Nat, in had in the city, g»> to the gallery over
nia. H e and his wife 8|»ent last sum- |
T A. R<ggs is young in years but
ALED .’heat hay for sals by 8. T. Smith,
A saw mill is to be e.-t thlNhed on Baker City, aged 83 years. A young the Dalrymple store, where Tom C 10- longheaded as a groceryman.
W e will send you
nier and fall traveling lies»rely by
team between here and there, where lb»« J. II. Mt>»rn place on Boap Creek, er son, G-orge, was killed during the ni.-e will do his level best to please keeping only the very best class of
a little of the Emul
south of Suvet.
they bought property and located.
goods and always selling them at fair
A W IL L IA M S , near Dallas, has a large work
you and youi friends.
• horse for sale, and would take part pay in cat
prices he has gradually built up an
B « sure that this pirtur« la tle or goats.
The Falls City council has decided
Twenty good goat nannies and three
C i t iz e n s T i c k e t N o m i n a t e d .
the form ol a labal la on tha
enviable city and country trade. B e
by a vote of 3 to 2 to license saloons. wether g >ats for sale or to let cheap ii
Highest price paid at the Capital j sj,|eM ,,H U,e «u ples that everybody
A goodly number of representative
Emulsion you buy.
FKNTQN will furnish pool mohair tacks
he carries litany special high
Until April 6th we will hold a sac applied for soon. Bee or address C. citizens of Dallas met at the city hall soup works for beef hides, goat skins,!
They utay he had at the Drown à Ellis
SCO TT & B O W N B , ■«torelli p«
last night, and with W m . Grant as grease and tallow. Tl*ey make choice K,H,]U arliclea for those who can afford
ra fice sale of road wagons, top bug \V. Leonard at Monmouth.
Dallas, at Buell, or of Frank Gilliam at
gies, gurries and hacks, as we will
Thomas Williams, who hat been « liairman and Dan. Btouffer a« clerk, soap anil will giv»? yrtn a bargain in such delicacies. He has a variety of
409 P ea rl S t., N . Y .
have in about that time a car load of making for C. L. Hubbard slave bolts nominated without opposition the fol exchange for the. above things.
raUes that are rich enough to melt in
the same class of goods and must on Dr. Farley’s place, cut Ins wrist se lowing ticket. Mayor, J. C. Hayter;
your mouth, his potted and canned
PF.W O I .C . Chester White pigs, both male
¡o r .nd f t : all druggist«.
snd fem ale, f«»r sa'e by George
sweet things are delicious and his s|*i-
make room for them.— Wagner Bros. verely with an axe Wednesday
Mr. auditor, D. P. Btouffer; marshal, J
and a half mi l js east of Dallas
Hubbard has a contract to supply M. Grant; councilman, first ward. W. Strong ren'aiirant is evidence of its oil c<-s and ex tracts are the purest mail“
S tate or O hio , C it y of T oledo .) M
V. Fuller; second ward, W. O. Vas-
| Latest makes of crockery and g l »««
Portland parties with 50,000 staves.
periority as an eating house.
L ucas C ounty
OUNG Jersey cow, fresh this month, for sale, and
*.«11; thir.» ward, A. B Muir.
ware iu gre»it variety. Try hi* coffees
s good 1-ill> (0 *1 from U. 8 Grant for trade or
Frank J. Cln ney m kes oath that
E. W . Garlick has rented his farm
I and teas and you will pronounce th* ni
sale by Jacob Hchweilzer near Dallas.
In the county court o f the state of Oregon for Polk
lie is senior partner of »he firm of F. near Fails City to Warren Wright
Come this way for old papers. f«»i
Many people from across the river 1 good enough. Take your butter, eggs uoonty.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in aruj gone to Eugene,
In the matter of the estate o f C. C. Walker,
house cleansing and other
purpose. who buy all their medicine in Balein i and other produce there to exchange
( V l t o n s extra choice baled oat straw for sale by
the oity of Toledo, County and State
r.el it at the O. K. Fharmaco, which >« fur whatever von want.
U 0 Y 1 C I IS H E R E B Y O IV E N T H A T I, C. M ¿ X J C. D. Nairn, near Ballston.
Henry Byerlev’« 1902 t'Xes were
Ferry Conner, Thomas Woodly and
aforesaid, and that said firm will pa
L* Puevine. have been «(»pointed ex«!cut*»r o f th»-
lust will and testament of the above deeedent, and
the sum of one hundred dollars for $489.45 and nut as published some W m . Yuoom, of Ball*ton, have each where most of them st«>p.
that letters testamentary have been issued to me
1 .» PAPERS IN PACKAGES O F M> FUR »A L K
paid $2 for this paper and the Orego
each and every c*«e of catarrh that weeks ago.
All persons imlebted to the said estate will make im
at this ortica f«#r 15 cents, also blank uotes and
W ild strawberries »re blooming.
nian during the next year.
cannot he cored by the use of Hall s
mediate payment to me, and all those having claims mu. tgag* s and all kim isof levai bianka
The Meneley quartet will give one
against the same, wilt present them, duly anthenti-
Frank J. Cheney.
Sheriff' Ford was through this re
O t a t o r l c a l C onte st.
wl, t<» me within eix month« from the date of thi«
Thirty ewes with 31 lambs, 12 ewes
of their song services in the Metho
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
notice, at the office of the county clerk of Poik coun
The loc.l prohibition Maociation [ gion last week.
without l a m b s , a H anco’ k disc gang
r HEM YOU W1HH TO BUY OR S E LL A N Y K IN D
dist church next Thursday evening.
ty, in Dallas, Oregon.
my presence, this 6th day of Decern ,
of stock er poultry here is the
plow and three tons of g»«>d «beat oratorical content will b e held in the 1 (May Hush '» working the Helmick
Dated at iralUe, M* h 7, 100*.
let youi wants be kn
Mis« May Aldridge has opened the iiay for sale by Barton Z. Rigg* on college chapel Friday evening, April
b*r, A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason, No
Executor of the last will and testament of C. C
tary Public. H all’s Ca'arrh Cure is Gold Bar restaurant next do»A to (he John L. Higgs farm near Ballaton. 3rd, The .eating will lie rearranged
taken internally, and acts directly on Brown’s candy s'ore. M al« at all
Carson A Adams, attorneys.
to »ccommodate the largest possible
L dies’ patent kid shoes with French j gudience. for the admission this je s r 1 John A leisn d ei treated the little
the blood and mucous surfaces of the hour* at from 25 cents up.
folks of the Highland Sunday acliool
heels are among the new arrivals at is only 16 cents
system. Bend for testimonial*, free.
8is students wi l
Local buyers are offering 30 cents 1 the Bee-Hive store.
F . J . Cheney A Co . Toledo, O.
I contest for the gold medal and (f> to candy, over which they were great
fur good mohair an«! it is certain that
by all druggists, 75c
H all’s Family
II C. Eakin and wife have enla rged cash given. The winner of this con ly pleased.
the 40,0001b pool will sell at a still bet-1
Highland grange met last Saturday
Bills are the heat.
test with 8 other local college winners
o t i c e k hereby given that by order of
ter figure. Nothing can be los» bv . and improved their home.
county sort o f P**lk county Oregon,
will contest on May l* t for state and concluded to disband. Demit bids will
If you are going to want anything waiting for tile pool sale on the lOtb
ed at the county
«county clerk's ©(Bee
The sheriff ha* collected about $65,-
Tins state contest
in the wav of implement* tlii -raaon of April.
40 cords of big body 8 r, and d i corde of clean, straigt
000 ot Wai year’s tax and is still be
The several dollars in the oak grub wood, all to be fo * r feet lo n f, gru b w*x»d
wi.l give $100 for first 3 places and them
we would be glad to talk with you
to be from tw o to 6 inches la diameter. Wood to be
AT • »»ER CENT ON FARM
Our second shipment of summer hind in issuing receipts for tax money college tile and delegations will be treasury were donated to Ilia High delivered
about them. W e have the Mitchell,
at the court bovine at Dallae on nr before
J L. COLLINS, Dallae
deposited in different banka.
September 1, 1*98. Bid« will he opened on Wed
very evident on May 1st. At this lo* land Sunday school.
I^wis A s u re r line of goods and will wash good* has arrived and we claim
neeiUy, April 1, 1903, at l o'clock p. m The court
Table linen* with napkin* to match I cal contest Dallas will hear orations
give you *• leaaonable if not better
reserve* the right to reject any and all Md*
B HAVE MONEY TU LvAN Off IMPROVER
II P Hhriver and wife were Port-
U .8 , LOUGH AH Y,
prices than you c a d get io Portland.— Bee our new waist in** at The Bee —extraordinary good values— at the i given by the best mature of the
8IRLKY * B U 1 | ( t
H ive store.
LOCAL AND GENERAL-