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IS A C O O D C O L L E C T O R .
D A LLA S DO IN GS .
M AYO R OF A8HLBRD H tA R S
Lewis Pettijobn has a new home
Get your glass ware and fancy china
F o r Six Y * * r * He h a s been G r o w
Carpenter’s tools and builders sup
The following showing aa furnished
T H E OLD REUÀ
i n g D e a l - N o w Ho c a n H o a r - A l l plies and the wants of grain cutters the Itnnizer bv 8herilf Ford ia evi
Veva Burns is visiting Mr*. Scraf-
Handsome patterns in queenswar*
T h r o n g h Dr. D a r r i n 's Skill.
W H A T W E HAVE LE A R N ED DU R IN G
ford near Airlie.
at Mi-ibur A Meiser’s.
T H E W E E K F R O M A L L AV AIL-
hardware emporium and implement law as being the best tax collecting
Joe Tetherow and wife out south
Budge Savage bus sold bis interest
Those who ar disposed to doubt Dr. and carriage repository on Main and law ever enacLed by the state legisla
have a new boy.
A b le S o u r c e s D is h e d up for Our in a Sheridan livery stable.
Darrin * cure* will nave their doubts Mill streets, owned and 0[>erated by ture :
N u m e r o u s F a m i l y of Readers
Frank Simpson is running a black shaken on reuding the testimonials of thut uptodale, rustling and success- Amount of taxer collected on
In Ab re v ia te d P a r a g r a p h s .
Mayor R 1. Neil and Mr. Rhodes. I fill merchant, Wm. Faull. Tents, the 1900 t.,x roll July 1st *45,796.87
smith shop at Sheridan.
iron» near Zena to Kickreall.
j campstoves and everything else for an Amount of laxea collected on
W. J. Morrison had his leg broken There are do persons in this state outing trip.
the 1901 tax roll July 1st
“ Curley” Kirkpatrick is uow quite a
For groceries go to Osfield'a.
whose word « ill go further to sub
at the Kouco trill last week.
A mount of taxes collected on
stantiate t|ie doctor’s skill iu treating
noted politician of Los A n g e le s .
the 1902 tux roll July 1st
M. Hayter, dentist, Wilson building
President Campbell and family, of the afflicted. There can he no doubt
Goods delivered free of charge at
Miss My rule Smith, of Lewirville, Eugene, aie summering at Eugene.
It will be oheerved that the amount
or question of the curative powers of the Gooch flouring mill, which always
E W. Garliek, who liv«;d this side is giving music lessons at Savor.
electricity, judging from the extraor keeps on hand all kinds of flour and of taxes collected under the new law
Mrs. Btirrey, who was Miss Mamie
of Falls City, is now at Selwood.
Misses Maud Byerlev and Emma Kirkpatrick, has a new daughter at dinary cases of cure performed by Dr. bed, and sells the same at popular of 1901 up to a given date exceeded
that of the old law of 1900 more thau
Daniu. The great advance of mag prices.
See that snap of an off« r of ladies’ Dempsey are utHicied with measels.
Los Angeles, Cal.
*40,000, and yet some people assert
netic electro treatment is that it
shirt waists for a song at Kills S’ Keyt
A gra^x fire in Uncle Lindsey Rob- ; A C. Staats, of Airlie, sold two brings relief iu a large uumber of ca
thut the old method w ia hotter than
Miss Jessie Robbins lias returned bins’ yard came near having serious wagon loads of fine sheep to A. C. ses confessedly beyond the reach of
See G L. Hawkins before placing the new. About 75 per oent of the tax
from an extended visit at 8au K an results.
the ordinary remedies of the physi an order with a tombstone dealer for payers get the beoetil of the 3 per
Miller, of King's Valley.
some thing to ornament and mark the cent reliate, and about 25 per cent of
Will th.-st who are to bring us stove , Miss Effto Richardson, who died in cians, and Dr. Darrin has enforced a last resting place of some cherished them pay penalty and interest. The
belief in tbe curative powers of elec
During August the millinery par or cord wood please bring it as soou Portland last Friday, was« brought to
delinquency on the 1st of July, 1900,
tricity upon the public by his remark member of your family.
lors of Mrs. Chace will be open from as possible.
was about *45,000, while it is uow uu
Falls City for burial Sunday.
able cures. It seems that tbe uses to
9 to 6 only.
which electricity is applied is noi con
Ralph Summerville, formerly of
Mrs. M. O. Potter and Miss Neuta.
C. H. Moiris is a post graduate in
fined to the arts, but is destined to do
John Stump and family, now re si Dallas, recently graduated from a Chi
formerly of Independence, are spend
everything relating to the different
C O U N TY C O U R T.
what medical and surgical skill has
dents of Cottage Grove, are visiting cago university.
ing the summer at Newport.
branches of his trade. He can mend
fulled to accomplish.
nearly any broken article of jewelry
Lee Fenton has placed a much
many wars the county is running
Frank Rowell and wife are summer
Mrs Daly and son, Floyd, visited needed sid. walk in front of the old
M a y o r Nell 's C a r d .
ahead instead ol behiod, and in the
her sister, Mrs. B. F. Smith, at Lewis Stanley property.
To the editoa: Six years prior to
near future all warrants will be paid
ens beiug in very poor health.
In the estate of K. L Bkinner, de promptly on preseutation. Oi conrne
ville last week
Goods purchased of Mr. Risser, the ceased, report of sale presented and
The result of the trial last week was
from now on until the next tax roll
John W Walling has been ap
MiU street guusmith. are always sure
Paid Belt, who has been very ill in that Mr. Kirkpatrick had to pay his
comes in the county will again run
pointed regular ami Howard Savage fected. One ibJjiflrlliV electrical and to he just as represented. That is the confirmed.
Pm (land with typhoid fever, was tak road tax and coots.
In regard to the guardianship of slightly Indiind, av the bulk of tlio
substitute rural mail carrier at Amity. medical treatment has radically cured place to get your stock of flies and
en home Thursday.
Fred Gooch, who has been so dan
me. I most 'emphatically commend
Veva V Courier, a minor; in the taxes have been collected for this
Up near Butler new barns are being Dr. Darrin’s new mode of treatment hackles.
matter of a petition for private sale of year ami no more funds will be avail
Haldeman’s meat wagon took a gerously ill is a relapse from mease is,
real estate, it was ordered that the able until the m x t roll comes in; hut
to all similarly affected. Will gladly
spin of sever d blocks Tuesday even is now recovering.
Mr. Wooden, Mr Lady and Mr. Petti- answer questions us to the treatment
If you want fruit of any kind for 17th day of August be aet for the about outs more year will see Pi Ik
ing but no damage was done.
Wm Buries. the Independence John.
and cur« — R. P. Neil, mayor of Ash canning purposes Dunn Bros, are the hearing of the same, and that he be county completely out of debt unh se
Eugene Willis, representing a Chi agent, has issued a neat telephone d i
chaps that can secure it for yon and served with a copy of this order.
some ttnforseen had luck prevent*.
Rev Wigmore is to teach Hebrew land.
cago hard wan firm, was visiting old- rectory of that. city.
at prices as low as can be found any
in tbe Divinity school at Eugene ami
time Salem frien Is Wednesday.
R h o d e s’ Good Lu o k.
A motor load of Dallasit.es again at will also preach regularly at North
ry and appraisement filed and approv A R e m a r a a b l e C u r e of D i a r r h o e a .
Dr. Darrin: Your treatment for the
“ About six years ago for the first
W. W. White and family, of Sail tend» d the gospel brigade meeting at Aamhill.
ed. The personal property was set
past eight months has cured me of
time in my life I had a sudden and
Creek, will soon leave for Wamie, independence Sunday.
When you want anything at the aside for support of widow.
Tbe Presbyterian ladies assembled kidney trouble, inflammation at the
set ere an sex cf diarrhoea,” says Mrs.
Wash., where they will hereafter re
In the matter of the guatdianship Alice Miller, of Morgan, Texas. “ I
Miss M ggie Glaze lias come from at tbe home of their pastor the other neck of the bladder and diabetes. For capita! city, order it through our local
got temporary relief, but it came hack
years I have irecu obliged to relieve
Prineville to spend the summer with
minors, a petition for sale of real again and agaiu, and for six loug
Chet. Cosd, ’Gene Hay ter and John her aunt Mrs. D. B. Richardson.
my bladder many times a day and
Ashhaugh swent several days last
Mrs. Babbitt ami her si*fer Miss night, rendeiiiig sleep almost impossi
Eggs pay big money nowadays and citation issue returnable on Augurt years I have suflered more misery and
John Boydaton and wife, win* for
agony than I can tell. It was worse
week fishing on the south fork of the
Bowdt n, of Independence, are not ble. I now feel like a new man. I VV. W. Ullrey is the fellow than can 22nd.
than death. My husband spent hun
j coming to Dallas college as had been shall never fail to consult von when I sell you a composition guaranteed to
have a lodging house in Portland.
dreds of dollars for physician’s pre
need medical tid. The treatment you make your hens lay right peartly. He
What is the matter with Dallas try
scriptions and treatment without
gave me for my debilitated condition keeps feed of all kinds,
Capitalist Kirkpatrick has had put
ing to secure the slate militia encamp
Notwithstanding lumber has al- fro ti the effects <f the grip was en
They met in regular session last avail. Finally we moved to Boaque
ment, which has been set for Septem down a neat 10 foot walk in front o f,
tbe china house and the adjoining lo t .: mtml doubled in price, more barns are tirely successful. I can be referred to
Mouday evening with Mayor Hayter county, our present home, and one
ber 3rd to ]2lli?
being er< cted in this county thau ev at j.nv time at Pendleton, Oreg.— Er
You will never regret buying things in the chair and Connciltnen Muir, day I happened to see an advertise
of the Wilson Drug company, for they Shaw, Belt, Boats, Fuller, auditor and ment of Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera
A drove of eastern Oregori hors' 8
Woodburn friends and Miss Rebecca
and Diarrhoea Remedy with a testi
always give you full value received iu street commissioner present.
an* at Blacks livery stable, and buck
Dr. D a r r i n 's P la c e of Bu s in e s s .
Mitchell and Glen Butler will take
Gotes is among relatives at Newberg
Committeeman Muir reported that monial from a man who had been
ing exhibitions on our streets are a
charge of the large stock ranch at
Dr. Darrin is located at the Revere weight or measure and quality. No
cured by it. The case was so similar
The ice factory is proving quite a Butler belonging to their father Hon. Hotel until October 1st, and will give shelf worn goods that have lost their the city treasurer would not charge
freshness ever kept on hand. Bee any fees or per centages on the *15,- to my own that I concluded to try
Sheriff Ford, his son, Walter, and J
the remedy. The result was wonder
or 7 t«» 8 daily. The poor free, except their nice line of bound bookB at low 000 water fund coming into his hands,
C. Cocker ham, of Bu'ler. are luring tors und ice cream freezers are beiug
J E. Sibley. R. C. Craven an Chas.
nor on disbursements to Mr. Oates of ful. I could hardly realize that I was
the evasive trout from the riffles and
McDevitt have been out in the Cas
large amounts, but would charge the well again, or believe it could he so
able to p »y at the rate of $5 a week or
pools of Salmon river.
A magnetic healer visited our town . cade mountains looking after some
usual J ol 1 per cent for dishurseing sfter having suffered so long, but that
in that proportion of time as the case
Try Gaynor’s shoe store if you waut
one bottle of medicine, costing but a
This was the dullest week that D il- recently, hut must have met a poor mining interests
may require, All curable c ironic dis your pick from the best and largest the first *3,000.
Mr. Tuttle was notified to appear few ceuts, cured me.” For Bale by
las has experienced for many months, reception, as his stay was not pro
Mrs. C. W, Wester is down from eases of men and women a specialty. assortment of shoes, for both sexes, ev
Wilson Drug Co.
an occasional load of hay furnishing longed.
eastern Oregon visiting her moth- Eyes tested and glasses fitted at reae- er brought within the boundary lines before the council August 3rd if he
had objections to building certain side
most of the excitement.
Sonie Polk county politicians seem j vr Mrs. Dr. Dodson and the friends of onuble prices.
of Polk comity.
M A R K ET REPORT.
Glen Grp lit l as moved into his new to not be satisfied with the new chair- iter younger days.
fen days notice was ordered given
[Corrected weekly b y G ooch Bros.)
S A L E M SLIPS.
cottage on Lvle street, and Willard mao of the state central committee.—
Mrs. P. H. Johnson and Mrs. Frank
Anna Craven for repair of her Main
Borne of the finest scenery in the
Wheat, per bushel, 70 cts.
Gilbert now occupies the house vaca F. C. Baker.
Lucas went to Portland to care for
undertaking parlors on street walk. Five days notice was or
Bran, per ton $22
ted by Mr. Grants family.
Putnam Fadeless Dyes do not streak Miss Faye Richardson, who was very is justly culled the Rhine of America State street are amply supplied with dered given A. M. Miller, Fred. Toner
Shorts, per ton, *25.
Oliver Stump has purchased and
The famous scenery of Switzerland everything in that line. Cheap goods and the school directors to fix their
Oats, per bushel, 30 uts.
»Sold by druggists at 10
walks on Main street.
moved into the Willard Gilbert prop appearance.
Flour, per 10 barrels,*3 80.
* per package.
President Kessler, ' of the Monmouth does not excel it. Every western for those who cannot afford better,
erty Henry Stump and family will
Flour, per sack, *1.
¡ normal school, has been made one of tourist sliou'.d make the steamboat and higher grades to suit any desire.
move to the old home place.
Buckwheat Hour, $2.50 per cwt.
Cashier Vassail and wife were visit- 1 the chief officers of the National Edu- trip between Portland a d The Dalles You cannot do better elsewhere.
cr at least to Ca.^cade Locks and re
Uermea, *1 60 per cwt.
All Woodmen are request* d to turn ing A. Murphy and wife lately, tin- cational Association,
turn The Regulator Line palatial
Corn meal, *2 60 1 per
out next Thursday night, as some very latter couple celebrating their golden I
Get your breakfa-t, lunch or dinner to July 1st, and E. W. Fuller was al
1 Harvest will soon be here and you excursion steamer Builv Gatzert leaves
important business is to he transacted. wedding on Saturday.
will need binder twine, oil or possibly Portland every morning except Mon
—G. N. Chertington. consul.
H. V. Oates notified their honors he
Fire ward» ns are be put in hv those j a hinder. The Champion has no su- day at 8 30 for Cascade Locks iu the be perfectly satisfied.
Potatoes, per bushel, 50ets.
would be here ready to begin laying
very heart of the Cascade mountains
Mrs. Chace and son, Charley, Miss owning timber claims in the moun- ] perior. Guy Bros. Dallas,
Butter, per pound 20cts.
pipe for the water works July 22nd,
and gets hack to Portlaml about 7 in
Brat ten, of Portland, Miss Jennie tains west of ns. They do not desire
Lard, per pound, 13@15 cts.
J. B. V. Butler, Luther Grounds,
the evening, round trip $1.50. Fine ny and sec how cheap you can get
Muecott and Miss Ollie Howe will
Bacon,sides, per pound, !4<$15 uts.
| Dr. Butler and R T. B »othby have
meals served on all four boats of that light weight clothing. As usual at walk was deferred to the next meet
leave Friday next for Nye creek.
Hams, per pound, 16@17 cts.
R. R. Turner has resigned his posi i been spending ten days among the lit line. Fare to or from i'he Dalles $1 50
this season they will sacrifice their
Shoulders, per p ou n d ,9 (gll cts.
George Richmond, Curt Tennis, tion with D. L. Keyt at Perrydale, tle fishes in the mountain streams.
round trip $2 50. Any passenger may remaining summer goods rather than
E ggs,perdoxen, 20cts.
Miss Nannie Starr and Bertha Ellis, and will move to some town whero
carry them over to next season. They en the usual ten days notice regard
A good, strong, trut worthy girl either go or return by rail.
Chickens, per dozen #3<a*5
with School Superintendent Starr as better school facilities are off »red.
have had a good spring and summer
could get a good home and fair wages
Dried fruits, per pound, 3@10 et*.
chaperone, have gone to Slab Creek.
R E D U C E D E X C U H S IO N
trade and are b» ginning to arrange for along their premises.
Died, at Salem last Sunday of ty by application at the residence of
Beets, per pound, 1 cents.
Miss Minnie Roy, the accomodating phoid fever. Floyd, the 11 year old son. Thos. Jennings, near Zena. Address R ates to t h e S e a s id e a n d M o u n big things in the fall.
Turnips, per pound, 1 cts.
and courteous manipulator of the of Gertrude Roach, of Salem. She is; Salem No. 1.
Cahbago, per pound, 2 cts.
ta in Resort* for t h e S u m m e r .
city hall, to the Oem addition, where-
plug at central, with her brother and n daughter of Thomas Elliott and wife.
Onions, per pound, 2 cts.
sister, is taking her vacation at Big
Beans, per pound, 5@7 cents.
Corn meal, per pound,3$ cts
Pre aby tarla n O h u r o h N o tic e .
toria regatta, which commences on W. C. McClure bought of Henry trip tickets to the various resorts department has been popular and
Hay, per ton, $7@$12.
Strength and vigo’ come of good August 18th. and Queen Anne II will Wright. 133 acres in Rock Creek coun along its lines, and also, in connec successtul from the very start. One
There will not he any preaching scr
food, duly digested. Force, a ready also grace the occasion with her pres try for $2,660.
The 8und iy
tion with the Corvallis A Eastern rail of the most useful things you could vice during August.
Spectacles and glasses at Pfennig’s
to serve wheat and barley food, adds ence.
possibly get would he a hammock, school will continue as usual. Ser
For a lazy liver try Chamberlain’s road, to Detroit and the seaside at Ya* and they have them in plaids, stripes mon next Sunday morning on Vaca
no burden, but sustains, nourishes and
Dick Daniels, Lou Fisher and Hi Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
and colors at from 75 cents to »4.
Plummer got back from the Siletz invigorate tli* live--, aid the digestion, foi return until October 10 li.
Three day tickets to Yaquina bay,
Dave Sears and J. M. Stark, of In Saturday. They report seven wild regulate the bowels and prevent bil
D E A L S IN T E R R A F I R M A .
depence, came over Wednesday to see geese, 616 trout, hut I cannot gamble ious att.acks. For sale by the Wilson good going Saturdays and returning
They will take must any soup mnk
Advertising under thia hooding will coat 10 cents
Mondays, are on sale at greatly reduc in»; article out at the woolen mill J L Coombs et ux to E A Bab
how the railroad, commercial, educa on the truth of their statement.
(or onytning under 15 words (o r one insertion o r 25
ed rates from all points, Eugene and worka in exchange for the genuine ar
tional and geographical center of Polk
cock, parcel of land in t 6 s, r
cents (or throe insertions.
John VanOrsdel suffered an attack
President Poling did good work for north, on both »¡»stand west side lines, ticle in either plain or fancy eoapa.
county was progressing.
4 w ........................................$1,600
of heart failure t Teal’s mill where he both the college and his church in the enabling people to spend Sunday at Try them a heat.
Hardware and implements, buggies is yard master, Friday, but recov»*recl com *» t country below A Is« a. Profs. the seaside. Very low round trip
INDP.R tw ine. Cell end i ee m y prices. Cheap
Be\eu', 20 acres in t 9 s, r 4
and wagons, stoves and kitchen ware, suffici» ntlv to be taken to his home Metzger and WhittLey will spend the r ites are also made betwi-en Portland
In the cc u n ty . R. L. Sears, Ballston.
■carpenters tools, builders supplies and here next day, and is now all right.
Yon will !>e apt to patronize them
summer there in the interests of the and the same points on the »Southern
harvesting machinery for sale by Man
Pacific, good going Saturdays. return continually if you once eat at Htrmga Geo Buckner to Willard Bernard
church and college.
ANTED— A tenant to take charge o i a 500-ecre
Dunns’ Dallas grocery ranks amoog
ranch , 6 m ile« west o i Perry dale. Plenty o f
ning & Feguscn in Salem.
lot in Burley fruit farm..........
ing »Sunday or Monday, allowing Port restaurant.
plow land, and w ood to cut in any quantity
It donfc pay to hake bread, cakes land people to spend Sumlav in thi
the best in the valley. They manage
If this issue does not come tip to
prefer that renter buy the 200 goats and 100 she**p
and pi«*«» this hot weather while they country and the out of town people to
on the p lace.—C. Marsh, Salem.
the usual high standard, . lease lay it
Simply because his g00<l8 come the
car» he hiid so cheap at the Riggs ba-
to the fact that the editor is off on a that farmers h ive for sale and to al kerv. See the samples in his show have the day in Portland
7 s, r 3 w ...................
ways he provided with whatever town
Tickets from Portland to Yaquimi nearest to Leinvc what the people de W C Brown to D F Wagner, .39
pleasure trip anti I am hardly capa
HKEH fre-h Durham cow s and calves
case and you will at one conclude hay, good f«»r return via Albany and sire is the reason lots of folks pass oth
J oe Card. Oakdale
ble of assuming the immense obliga
acres in t 8 s, r 3 w ................
that he lias a first class bakery.
east side, or Corvallis and west side er confectioneries and go to Zinn’s
If is going to he hot weather the
tion thrust upon me.
D F Wagner to Carey F Martin,
Baggag» to buy delicacies.
Dallas is becoming considerable of a at option ol passenger.
A Í \(\ or 500 winter cabbage planta for aale by J.
Jones & Hout have assumed charge coming week. Be prepared and watch
30 acres in t 7 s, r 3 w ............
100 4 : U U B. Nunn, Dallas.
of the Castle & Shaw market They
Mr. Schramm always does the fair Willard Gilbert et ux to Oliver
are both accomodating gentlemen, stoves, tents, window screens and ice- makes a round trip to Portland dailv. feature at Newport this year will be
Stump, lot in Dallas............. 700
ANTKD A few dosen »prlng chickens-
and I bespeak for them the large pat cremi freezers cat» he had at lowest two trains a day to Falls City, the an uptodate kindergarten in charge of thing by every animal placed under
Leghorns. Inquire here.
his care at the feed stable situated at U W Beernan et ux to Willard
motor makes two trips a day between an experienced Chicago teacher.
ronage enjoyed by the former firm prices at the store of Guy Bros.
A helUliftilly illustrated booklet de tin* other end of the steel bridge. Go
hero and Independence and there is n
Gilbert* lot in Dallas ...........
Ed Shaw will still serve at the block.
We now have nrrangnients complet tri-weekly freight traiu to the me scribing the seaside resorts on Yu* there next time.
WO good teams for sale and 8horth om hull for
Hi**am Woodbury to J A Soes-
service at the hom e o f M. D Coulter on the Lyle
T ■r lace.
Ellis <fc Keyt have some very nice ed for moving into our new quarter» tropolis.
quinft b»y lias been published by the
by et al, 160 acres in t 8 s, r 8
ladies and gentlemens shoes that were hut befur.; going we wish to sell some
»Southern Pacific a*nd Corvallis and
G r a n t ’s F i n e K id s .
N*» man or women in the state will Eastern railroads, and can he seemed
late in arriving on account of strikes thing:- 'hat we do not want to move
Under date of July 5th Mr. U. S.
ARG E team, W N gn n and harnete for aale at |
in factories They declined to receive It will not he from $2.65 down, hut hesitate to apeak well of Chamber- from any of their agents, or by ad Grant, of Dallas, Oregon, wrote us Dallas City bank to Matilda
bj W ilber Lew a, o f the Oakmill vicinity.
S eih .lolin Dallas....................
them at full price and the factory has every shirt waist in the house goes a. lain’* Stomach and Liver Tablets af- dressing w . E Coman. grand passen that he had just weighed a lot of kids.
ter once trying them. They always ger agent fSouih* rn Pacific comp my,
given instructions for them to be sold &0 cents.— Ellis A Keyt.
The bucks weighed from 55 to 75 Elmer Murdock to Matilda Belli
produce a pleasant movement of tin*
very low on their account. 1 hey are
lot in D a lla s............................
80 TX>R Hale - One ligh t team , w eighing about 2100,
Not since our carnival has busioe-»!» bowels, improve the appetite and Portland, or fvdwip Stone, manager p»tiind'. the majority • f them ov« r 70
and harness, one hack, one WMgoii and a spring
the finest shoes in the city and you
tooth harrow. Will sell cheap if sold within th iity
been so lively in police court as (lur «orengthnn the digestion. For sale **\ Corvallis and East* rn railroad, Alba puli lids. All hut three of these kids G VV' Gardner et nl to J D W il
»lays. No business «tone on Saturday. Inquire ol
should see them.
ing the last we k. Four cases were
G. N. Graham on Chae. Guy place.
On Wednesday evening Mistletoe entered on the docket, but two of them Wilson Drug Co.
ary and the fore part of March. All J I) Williams to G N Graham*
F A R M E R S ’ LIN E.
circle installed the following new offi dismissed. Rilpli Henry got*$7.50
lots in Falls City....................
160 OT8WOI.D buck and 35 C«*tswo'd ewes, from one
The new Rebeknh officers of the
cers for tlu* en-umg term, after which for assault, and Martin Johnson de- Dallas lodge are Mrs. »S. E Morrison,
You may now call up ceu ral it the | a Conklin buck which comm mded
to 4 years old wanted by J. L. Purvine, route
1, Halem. He ha* for aale at #1.5 a su-'ond hand
drugstore and talk free of charge to the admiration of everybody al the
ice cream and cake was served : Guar posited $5 for drunk« ness.
O n ly T h i r t e e n M o n t h s B e h in d .
Mrs. Ora Gosper, Mrs. Clara Row»ll.
Peering binder in ¡food epair and with new drapers.
any of the pai’ ies mentioned below, lari Dallas show and is undoubtedly
dian neighbor, Mrs. Emma Kerslake;
Tin county treasurer I um figured up
After a year’s aJ>*ence, Felix Noel is Mrs. J. C. Gavnor, Mrs. Pearl Shaw, who are subscribers to the Pacific j one of the greatest bucks of the Paci
clerk, Anne Dunn ; adviser, Mrs. Mil
the present county indebtedness and
OOD driving horse for aal« cheap by O. L. Haw
dred Allen; magician. Nellie Tatoni; again with us, most of his time hav Williams. Mrs. Hattie Sibley, Mrs. .States Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1 fie(c;i*ast, both individually and »is « , finds that at the piesenf time the
k ns a* tile Dallas marble works.
attendant, Mrs. Lou Shull*; in net ing been spent with his wife and Mattie Fori. Mrs. Matt is Byron. Miss and whose number and ling we give 1 sire. A« all of the leading breeders | county is just thirteen months behind
sentinel, Mrs. Richmond; iDUsieiau,
b* low :
j with tin ir payments and the present
stuck on that country and rattier *x May Shelton, Mies Maggie H ughes
KK8II m ilch cows for sale by D, L. Keyt at Per-
311— J. F. Holman, one short.
vearling bucks, it will be necessary for warrants oulst inding with estimated
pects to go into business at ^an Diego,
interest amounts to $32,750. This is
There is more catarrh in this sec
sfter settling up his interests here.
an excellent exhibit* and as it shows
Material for the Dallas water w »rk-«
tion of the country than all other dis
g ra b oak wood fo r sale at 75 cents a
W. P Miller, one long.
matter first will of course have the that in the l*tt tnree years the coun* l 1 i 0 * “ INCH
At a regular annual meeting of the will soon begin to airive from Ban
eases put together, anil until the last
tier n the ground. Apply to J . H anson, tw o
o f Dallas
t v has paid off in round nuuil>erM about
Work will at once begin
few years was supposed to he incura
W. H. Boats, long, two short.
$100,000, and for tbe first time in
ble. For a great many years doctors the following officers were elected: on the part of the plant west of town
318— F. H. Morrison, long, three
F a m ily Reunion.
pronounced it a local disease and pre President, R. C. Craven; cashier, It. so as to have it out of the way before
LD PAPERS IN PACKAGES O P 50 P«)R SALC
at this office foi 16 cante, also H*,uk notes and
scribed local remedies, and by con E. Williams; assistant cashier, W. G. bad weather comes. Work on the short.
In 1853 the Bowen family of seven
tno'tgaift* and all kind« of levai blanks.
stantly failing to cure by local treat
town part of the system will g<» on
orphan chil lr* n came to Oregon and
ment, pronounced it incurable. Science dend wm declared and the business of threnghont the winter. It may K short.
settb-d in Marion county. I*ast Wed
31X— J«s. Elliott, two longs
Disease takes no sum m er
[7IIEN vor WIHII TO BUY OR HELL ANYKIND
has proven catarrh to he a constitu the hank is understood to lie in a very spring before the plant is completed.
nesday they all met, the first time for
o f strx-k s r n s l t f j f hers is the best place la
tional disease, and therefor r» quires
lorty years, at the home of their sister,
lei you i wants be known.
The Portland Journal has fixed have also been placed in the city as Mrs. George Wait, at Halem. The
constitutional treatment. Hall s Ca ihe soli«! concerns «if the state.
August 28tn as bargain day, that is follows:
tarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
day was most enjoyafily spent by all.
H A VE MONEY TO LOAN AT A LL TINES AT
M. D. Coulter, Main— 11.
Let me say (list I have used Ely’s on that day and then only they will
Cneney A Co , Toledo, Ohio, is the on
A family group was taken, the young
. the very beet ratee obtainable.—H. G. Campbell.
ly constitutional cure on the market.
est being 54 years of age. Members
Geo, Scott— Main 14.
It is taken internally in doeea from ten thoroughly recommend ;t for what it weekly or «emi-weekly at greatly re
of the family are Mrs Georg* Wait, of
O M ET TO LOAN ON !MPROVED FARM PRO
Wm. Tatoni— Main 33
drops to a teaspooiiful. It sets di claims. Very truly. Rev. H. W. Hath duced rates. You can then get by
Halem, Mrs. Frank Eagan, of Silver-
p«rt> at i «I raise by Oscar Hay ter, Dallas,
M » pvt
Willard Gilbert— Main 95.
rectly on the blu'd and mucous sur
ton. Mrs. Andrew Hcifa’ th, of Dallas.
sum m er as in w inter.
faces of the system. They oiler $HW
Joshua, Peter and James Bowsn, of
ON BY TO LOAN AT 6 PER CENT ON PARM
for Any case it fails to cure. Semi for an cured of catarrh. The terrible weekly at 50 cents. The object is to
Hiiverton, Wm. Bowen, of Willard, Or.
J. L. COLLINS, bailee.
SCOTT * POWNE, a
circulars and testimonials. Address,
«09-4 *S Pe*rl ?«reet,
F. J . Cheney A C o , Toledo, Ohio.
Old papers for house cleaning, 25
E HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROPIE
» « i w solsvrVstwa____
j».r U. rt Volunteer and A. A. Gen. Keen ring siibscriliem. If interested
SIBLEY * KARRI
Bold by druggists 75 cent"-
cents a 100 at this ofiice.
r,Llfi'. P T I O N
Hall’s Family Pills are the B st.
LOCAL AND O EN EK AL-
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE