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THE POLK COUNTY ITEMIZE» OUR STAFF OF RUSTLERS- Farm Machinery
P A L L A S , F R ID A Y ,
1 L\ r «met
E v e ry F riday u y * . . .
WHAT THEY HAVE TO 8 AY ABOUT
THE DOINGS IN THE COUNTY.
i ( An UnoquiaMcrl and C o m p l e t e Re
sum e of W h at You r Frlonds are
and Have Been Lately Doing.
. -V . W A S H ,
SUITOR AMU PROPRI»TOR.
You K n o w W h a t You Are T a k in g .
When you take Grove’» Tasteless
Chill Tonic, because the formula is
pl ainly printed on every bottle, show
S U B S C R IPT IO N K A T E S :
ing that it is rim ply Iron and Quinine
in a tasteless form. No cure no pi y.
* 7 5 ........................... Pur six month« Price, 50 cent».
4 0 ........................Per three month»
Advertising rates made known on
RIC KREA LL.
application. Correspondence is»olic it*
E A. Stcnson and wife and Samuel
Fine Job Printing done at reasonable Orr went to Newport Saturday.
Mrs. J. A. Btirgard is up from Port
land and Harlan Wilson has gone to
The final settlement of the It. L.
Skinner estate was set fur hearing
An inventory and appraisement of
the Mary Kiely estate was tiled and
In the matter of the Marion Browor
Weider estate the petition of Helen
M Tarble to amend claim was grant
The John P. Becker estate was
closed and administrator discharged
C O M M IS S IO N E R S .
In the matter of appointing road
supervisors it was ordered that all per
sons now acting in such capacity be
appointed to till such positions until
the January term 1904, and that the
road master now acting hold his posi
tion until said time and that new
bonds be given.
Certificates of sule of Aiilie town
lots for 1898. held by the county, weie
t>idered cancelled an acount of error.
The bids for repairing the Flannery
bridge were C. F. Royal & Son $215,
L. K. Btaiey $198, Ira Mehrling $164,
and the contract was let to the last
Road and highways:
A W Docksteader.................. $ 39 00
W E M artin...........................
Clay Company........................ 19 £0
Fred H e h d in g ........................
Craven Son s...........................
Pedee Lumber Co ................
Ira M e h rlin g .........................
W ■ Martin
J A Tate .........
Royal ¿ l S o i:.........................
T B H u n tle y ........................ 576 00
T'hos F e n n e ll.........................
R R R i g g s ............................. 63 25
H L V r a s i e .............................
1) G M eador............................ $ 8 00
M A Brown.............................
F 8 Wilson ................
M A Tetherow ...
C K H un tley.........................
T J Fryer
T J Butler.......................... $ 4 00
M I) Ellis ...............................
C H Morris.............................
L D Daniel............................. 108 60
V O Boots............................... 90 00
W F N ic h o ls ...........................$ 65 00
E V Dalton ...........................
Milo Woods............................. 40 00
C L S t a r r ............................... 83 33
l T 8 L ou gh ary ....................... 110 44
J T F o r d ................................ 138 23
F E M y e r ............................... 81 00
Mrs. M yer............................... 07 50
A Houston............................. 65 00
A W F in k ..............................
Glass & Prudhomme............... $ 84 00
Mrs F M C o llin s....................
C G Coad ..................
J C H a y te r .............................
L G rou n d ...............................
J B N u nn...............................
L E Braley..................
C F Royal A Son.................... 620 00
Indigent soldier...................... 20 00
Harry (Tonnoway is now railroad
agent at Hillsboro.
The county treasurer can nowpay all
warrants endorsed before June 7th,
Service on the rural delivery route
running north from Dallas will begin
Jus L Davidson, formerly of this
c< tinty. is cleiking in a hardware store
at CslistogH, Cal.
Buena Vista is to have a new two
room school house with sliding doors
be'ween the rooms.
Mrs. L. W McAdams, who former
ly taught at Independei ce. has 1»*»« n
chosen principal of an
Why i* 0 that people around don
raise even enough v» getables to euppb
Dallas. All the beets brought here
last week were brought from Salem
The re seems to be a good opening here
for a regular market garden.
The fall term of Dallas college will
begin Sept. 22nd
In addition to the
former faculty Miss Elsie Clan he’d
will have charge of history and client
isfrv. Miss Edna Parish of expression
and oratory, M ss Dodson of common
English, and Miss Bessie Young a«
Assistant tutor. Last years enrollment
John Vaughn has a new woodshed
and Tom Burch has repainted his
C. N. McArthur is among us and
Mark Burch is having a good time at
Aiul every other thing that
is usually carried in a first
class im plem ent h o u s e.
We have the Studebaker
vehicles, the Tribune bi
cycles, the Sharpies tubu
lar cream separators, the
McCormick harvesting ma
chinery, and we can sell
you machinery th a t we re
commend and stand by.
F. A, WIGGINS
255 259 Liberty street, Salem, Or.
Thos. Canfield and wife, Hale Back-
ensto and wife and Mrs. McNeamy, in the shock, the crops being fairly
have returned from Three Rivers.
Misses Aurelia, Alice, Carrie. Grace,
fohn Shaw and John Rempel have
Jo.-ie and Mary Burch accompanied new wells and others will soon dig.
by T on « Nance and Lee Burch are at Nearly always a good supply of water
is found at from 10 to 15 feet.
Roxana White has been up from
G. G. Rempel, of Perrydale, sold his
Portland and Mrs. Anna Henderson brother John a fine $25 billy goat to
of Salem, lias been visiting her sister, head his flock which is being kept on
Mrs. B. F. Lucas.
the shares by W. H, Besecker, near
End of Bitter Fig h t.
Prof. Lik e, the horticulturist at the
“ Two physicians hud a long and
stubborn tig tit with an abscess on my agriculturist college, came to the
rig til lung” writes J. F. Hughes, of Enns’ place last week to examine the
Dupont, Ga., and gave me up. Every dying Italian prune trees and found
body thought my time had eome. As that fungus or mould as well as moles
a last resort 1 tried Dr. K in g ’s New were to blame for it. He thinks that
for consumption. The the trees were probably diseased when
benefit I received was striking, and I brought from the nursery or that the
was on my feet in a f* w days. Now I mould is from decayed stumps. He
have entirely regained my health. It took some of the diseased roots for
conquers all coughs, colds and throat closer examination and experiment.
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and lung troubles. Guaranteed by
all druggists. Price 50 cents and $1 Dysentery Cured W it h o u t th e Aid
of a Doctor.
Trial bottles free.
“ I am just up from a hard spell of
flux” (dysentery) says Mr. T A. Pin
ner, a well known merchant of Drum
The phones are being put in.
mond, Tenn. “ I used one small bot
Mrs. Kute Coad is back from the tle of Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and was cured
without having a doctor. I consider
The men in this part of the coun it the best cholera medicine in the
try aie binding grain.
woiId " Tiiere is no need of employ
Mr. VaCleve and wife, of Halem, ing a doctor when this remedy is us
were visiting friends here last Wednes ed, for no doctor can prescribe a b it
ter medicine for bowel complaint in
any form either for children or adults.
Miss Loibel Blair is staying with her It never fails and is pleasant to take.
sisier, Mrs. Clarence 01 ms lead, on For sale by YVileon Drug Co.
Mr. Burgess, of Mill Creek, broke
both arms last week bv jumping from
There is one vacant bouse here the
a wagon load of wood, winch turned first in a long time.
George and Mary M itty have just
Mrs. 1 orter, of Roseburg, anil Mrs. got over the measels.
Davis with tier daughter and sister,
H. Hayden is having a bad spell of
«re visiting at the home of Jeff Davis.
Mrs. Davis will start f< r her home in neuralgia all over him.
The Death Penalty .
A little thing sometimes results in
death. Thus a mere scratdh, insigni
ficant cut or puny boils have paid the
death penalty. It is wise to have
Buck leu’s Arnica salve ever handy.
It is the t>est salve on earth, and will
provent fatality, when burns, sores,
ulcers and piles threaten
cents at all druggists.
Joe Guthrie is a little better.
Mrs. Jennie Leet is quite sick.
Mrs White is nursing Mrs. Leet.
Wes Hudson has bought the Van
Mann place and moved onto it.
I t is quite a big job making the
Eola fill, the bills on each side are so
Mr. Holman and family are cam p
ing on their farm and one of them has
A s beat at all madiclnes tor all humora.
Do not make any mistake, but re
member the name, Swamp-Root, Dr.
Kilmer’s Swamp-Root, ami the ad
dles«, Binghampton, N. Y . on every
h.s heen visiting tier parent«,
Sargt-aut am! wife.
V O T I C E IS H E R E B Y G IV E N T H A T T H E c*un
t> superintendent o f Polk county will hold the
regular examination o f applicant«) for state and
county papers at I »alias as follow*:
For State Papers.
August 12th at 9
o< lock, a. in., and continuing until Saturday, August
15th, at 4 o'clock, p. m.
Wednesday— Penmanship, history, spelling, alge
Era, reading, school law.
T h u rsd a y-W ritten arithm etic, theory of teach
ing, grammar, book-keeping, physics, civil govern
Friday— Physiology, geography, mental arithme
tic, composition, physical geography.
Saturday - Botany, plane geom etry, general his
tory, English literature, psychology.
For County Papers.
August 12th, at 9
o'clock, a. m.. and continuing until Friday, August
14th at at 4 o ’clock, p. in.
Wednesday— Penmanship, history, orthography,
Thursday— W ritten arithm etic, theory of teach
ing, grammar, school law.
F rid a y—Geography, mental arithmetic, physiolo
g j , civil government.
Wednesday—Penmanship, orthography, reading,
Thursday—A rt of questioning, theory of teaching
Tru ly yours,
C. L . STA R R ,
County School Superintendent.
O R E C O N ’S
B lue R ibbon
S e p te m b e r 14 - 19, 190 3
The greatest Exposition und live
Block show on the Pacific coast
»nd S t r e n g t h
State Normal School
Harry Dunn and wife, Mrs. F. H.
Morrison and daughter Ruth, Misses
Ida Turner .Nora and Minnie Robert
son a»-« at the Nyc Creek beach for a
time, and Eddie Dunn is taking h «
vacation working with the Gospel
Brig .ile at Albany.
Irene Hayden is helping Mrs. Hex-
zie Brunk during hay harvest. Mr.
Brunk finds it more profitable to raise
hay than grain and has two teams
hauling baled hay to Salem.
A ll exhibits lmuled free over the
J. B. V . Butler secretary.
PLO W S
NOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN TH AT
the undersigned, assignee of the estate of D.
M. Guthrie, an insolvent debtor, will on
Sa turda y, Aug u s t th e 22nd,
1903, at the hour of 1 o’clock p. in, at the
front door of the county court house in D al
las, Polk county, Oregon, offer for sale and
will sell the hereinafter described real prem
ises at public auction for cash in hand on day
of sale, subject to confirmation of the circuit
court of said Polk county, Oregon, to-wit: A
part of sections 17, 18, 19 and 20 in township
8 south, range 5 wesi of the W illam ette mer
idian, in Polk county, Oregon, beginning at
a point 5 chains east from the corner to said
sections 17, 18, 19 and 20, thence south 20
chains, thence west 5 chains to section line
between sections 19 and 20, thence south with
section line 8.27 chains, thence west 39.75
chains, thence north 27 degrees 45 minutes,
east 25 chains to a point which is west 17.54
chains from the southeast comer of the dona
tion land claim of 8. P. Thornton, and in the
county road from Dallas to Bridgeport,
thence north 44 degrees, 30 minutes, east 28
chains, thence east 4.62 chains to the south
east corner of the district school lot fence,
thence north two chains, thence east 3.21
chains to a rock and stake on section line be
tween sections 17 and 18, thence south 43-100
chains, thence east 5 chains, thence south 15
chains to the place of beginning, containing
127.37 acres more or less. Also beginning at
a point which is north 15 chains from the cor
ner to sections 17, 18, 19 and 20, said town
ship and range, thence north 19.75 chains to
the southwest corner of Arm and Guthrie’s
land, thence east 27.25 chains, thence south
10 chains, thence west 22.25 chains, thence
south 9.75 chains, thence west 5 chains to the
place of beginning and containing 32.12 acres
more or less.
C U L T IV A T O R S
W c have a Carload of Buggies, Wagons and Spring
Never before did we have so much or so
great a“variety of things for the farmers.
A ll kinds of machine oil.
W A G N E R BROS.,
— We See Our Finnish
<> tilt- filil i» of II large proportion of
lite muli- popui tion of Oregon
unirli p iv 'e iirti owing to ils di-tinct
»opnrioritv. Wo ilo un idiirl», colling
: » ' I cull'- in A l v ille — io p-rfeetiiiii.
ion ¡"pi-cUlty, ami we’n expert*
>t I Ii lm-intv*. Henee our large »m l
; I Ii el •i.-* I »Iron :e. Send u* your
n.ll do I lie in rk w i'li
: ln ii mir ■.
[ neui net* III! i i oa eli. Service ilie
be»l. Charge» light.
SM.EI Si EH H U M
Leave orders in Dallas with J. J. Fidler
or at the Muscott confectionery store.
M. M. ELLIS,
High class racingeveiy afternoon
$12,000 casi, premiums on live
stock and farm produce.
Assignee of the estate of D . M . Guthrie, in
Sibley k Eakin attorneys for assignee.
W E A R E ¡N IT .
Our fine new displa, rooms— none finer in the slate.
Reduced transportation rates on
In the county court of the state of Oregon
for the county of Polk.
In the matter of the guardianship of the es
tate of R . L . W illis and Katherine YVillis,
T o H . L. YVillis and Katherine YVillis and to
their next of kin and all persons interested,
IN T H E N A M E OF T H E S T A T E O F
Oregon, you are hereby cited and required to
appear in the county court of the state of O r
egon for the county of Polk, at the couit
room thereof at Dallas, in the county of
Not Over Wise.
Live stock auction sale bold in
There is an old allegorical picture
connection with fair
Mr. Murray is cutting wood for the of a girl scared at. a grass hopper, but
in the act of heedlessly treading on a
Oak hurst school,
Fine camping ground free and re
snake. This is paralleled by the man
duced rates on camp« rs’ tickets.
Justin Hunter and wife have moved who spends a large sum of money
Com®! and bring your fam
into his house h»-je.
building a cyclone cellar, but neglects
ilies. For further in
to provide his family with a bottle of
Mrs Thorne has returned from vis
Sa turday, A u g u s t 22nd,
Chaml>erlain’s Colic, Cholera and Di
iting her daughter at Oak Point.
1903, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon of that «lay
arihoea Remedy as a safe guard
M . D . W IS D O M . S e c r e ta r y ! then
and there to show cause, if any exist,
Mrs. Wylie, of Eugene, will conduct against bowel complaint, whose vic
why an order of this court should not issue
authorizing L. M ay W ibis, guardian of said
the morning service at the Methodist tims outnumber those of the cyclone
minors, to sell all the real property of said
a hundred to one. This remedy is
¡church next Sunday.
minors in Polk county, <>reg«>n, to-wit: Be
everywhere recognized ns the most
ginning at a point on the south boundary
Sam Tetherow and wife have gone prompt and reliable medicine in use
line <«f the donation land claim of Robert W ,
to camp at Prescott's camp to gather for these diseases. For sale by YVil lyin g.
and Rebecca Ham ilton in township 7 south,
wild blackberries, which arc very plen son Drug Co
Grandpa Bover is over irom Salmon range 3 west of the Willamette meridian.
river staying with hi« son John. He 16.10 chains east of the southwest corner of
-«aid claim and runningthr nee east 8.38 chains,
will move into ihe liouse vacated by thence north 23 875 chains, thence west 8.38
Mr. and Mrs \\\ lie, parents of Mrs.
W ill Bmwn
unuins, thence south 23 875 chains to the
B :M ol, Hrecamping on Dutch creek,
Mrs. O. Dennis is improving.
place of beginning, containing 20 acres of
ftifIJ .G . VanOrsdel and family are
Mr» YVill Martin lias moved to the land
Dial Tate and wife have a new o k mill, where her husband is at
W I T N E S S , the honorable J. E. Sihlev
campi. g at the old Martin place near
judge of the county court of
work. She will assist Mr». Nixon in
the state "f Oregon for the
Jas. Elliott has been vDiting bis cooking for the mill hands.
county of Polk, with the sell
A large number of h dii s met at
of j*ai«l court affixed, this 20th
l! e d U msriii home of Mrs. 'Travis last ; daughter, Mr*. Geo S eif.itb , and hi*
A . D ., 1903
CRO W LEY.
Wednesday f.»r a qtiil ing and carpet grandsons Chester and Glen went
Attest: I ’ . S. Lnighary, clerk
rag tewing bee. Mrs. Travis Imd a j home with him.
By YV. F . Nichols, deputy.
J I.. Gay will start hi» thresher this
bountiful dinner provided and very
The Shrieve a»«d Farley hop yards, w o e k .
phrtsaiit tint was enjoyed by all.
I which »re run hy Joe Card and llie
A »trav automobile was seen here!
chinamen, will he pit ked together
Hoy Cured of C olic After Physiol- tins year. They have the best pros- last w e e k .
o .i’ b Tre a t.n e d t had Failed-
Mr Heise killed a large rattlesnake j
¿4 State Hlrevt, Sn'em,
j pect for a crop ever known for the
My «Hiy when lour year» ,>1 >1 waa t»- yards.
near Oak Grove recently.
'Phone 2,071 Main
krn with o,-lie »m l i-rumpa in hi.
Finley Edgar has returned from ;
-Inmii. li. I sent fur a doctor «m l he
To Cure a Cold in o n e Day.
Bock Cieek where he has a place.
inj. rti-il morphine. Imt the child kept
Take Laxative Brumo Quinine Tab
I tlien g»\e him n lets
All druggists refund the money
Mrs. H. F.B edwell. of North Yam '
liulf teusp, khi I u I of ClimnherUii.’sCnl i if it fails to cure, E YY’ Grove's sig- hill, has been visiting at Cass Riggs’. 13689332
ic, Choi, re and Diarrhoea KemeJv, | nature is on each box. 25c.
Cecil Rigg» and Floyd YY’ aller, cf
and in half an hour lie was ideiping
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Monmouth, went out with their gum
ami soon mattered.— K. I, Wilkins,
last Saturday and killed two Coons and
Shell l.ake, Wis
Mr. Wilkins is
Mr .lone«, of Corvallis, has rented Cass Riggs killed a j »ck rabbit.
hook-keeper for the Shell L kc Lum
ber Co. Kor sale by Wilson Drug Co. Mrs. Blank’s house.
P £ R R YDALE.
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Miss Cora Town has gone to her
Every laxly harvesting.
ho ce at Pendleton.
J. BROWHSTEIN A SOM
Are paying the Highest
* * " ' ' Hides,
Pelts, Wool. Tallow, Furs,
Old !roi Rubber and Metals.
( W « r Simpson, of Falls City, visit
Henry Kvyt ha» been minus a grain
A G Rumpel and wife hive a new
ed a» Jas. Mitchell's,
Mrs May, of YVillamina, has been
Aut.U'd Werner ba« been improving
here visiting friends.
h s In me.
John R o jfr has rented the farming
The nursery of Peter Keddekopp is
land i f Henry Brown.
in fine shai>e.
Mr Holman is having his prune or
chard distroyed as the San Juse scale
is on it very bad.
F»w »re entirely free from It.
It may develop to .lowly • « to cnee
O. H. Cobb has had his house raised
!s:«ar Dyck is completing a good
little If any dlttnrbance during the wbol. »ixed fruit dryer.
and new blocks put under it.
period of childhood.
Judeon, Ray io d Linnie Mitchell
It m .y then prodtice Irregolarlty of the | Freight trains along this line have
at. .much and bowel,, dy.pepela, catarrh become heavier and longer thao in were visiting friends at Falls City ov
er Bun day.
and marked tendency to vonmimptlon years past.
before manifesting Itself In much cutaneous
J. Hanson is putting a new roof on
amptlon or glandular swelling.
By examination J. G Kemp« 1 fo**nd
It Is best to ba sure that yon are qulu
that moles eat not only worms and in his barn and shed and making other
free from It, and for Its cutnpief» eradk-a
sects hut moat kinds of vegetables.
tlon you can rely on
H ood ’s Sarsaparilla
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that It is not uncommon
for a child to be born
afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin
ates too often, if the
| urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it la yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
. step should be towards the treatment of
I these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swam p-Root is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty-
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet tell H o n » o f Swwnp-Roo*.
ing all about it. including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
Railroad agent YY’ooda and family
Mrs. IJ. 11. Hyde died ut Ballatoti
left yesterday for Newport to remain this weak.
until the first of September.
Taylor Dunn and wifi , Ioni re nee
S Friedman an old time Salem Aldrich, Deo Dunn and Miss Add «*
R ate s to th e S e a s id e and M o u n merchant has it turned there from 'The Swart«, of Salem, are going down to
I) «lies and opened .» m w store on i the seaside at the mouth of Ytiquiua
tain Resorts tor th e S u m m e r .
j Bay next week
The Ponthern Pacific company lias
The families of Ed. Coati and Gene
placet, on »ale at very low rates round i There will he an excursion to New
trip ticket« to the various resort« i p« rl next Sunday, the tram leaving I I lavt r are camping above Hall. ck's
along it h lines, ami also, in connec | Dallas at 4.55 and Corvallis at 7 2-5 : mill in a pretty anti pleasant place,
. (ion with the Corvallis & Eastern rail- It will give about « ven hour** tr. the j'The gem L-m«n make daily round tri pit
road, to Detroit and the seaside at Ya 1 bay and retti i that evening. Fare I to Dalias and eat as long as there h
anything in si».lit.
qtiina bay. The latter tickets are good ; for the round trip $2 50.
foi return until October 10th.
Three day ticket« to Yuqnina bay,
good going Saturdays and returning
Mondays, are on sale at greatly reduc
ed rates from all point«, Eugene and
norili,on both east and west side lines,
enabling people to »pend Sunday a*
! the seaside. Very low round trip ;
I rates are also made between Portland j
and the same points on the Southern
' Pacific, good going Saturday«, return*
ling Sunday or Monday, allowing Port
o n ic
e r m if u g e
land people to spend Sunday in tli *
country and the out of town people to
A pleasant, potent and
have the day in Portland
permanent Invigorator for
C H I L D R E N fllld M E N *
Ticket« from Portland to Yaquina
bay, good for return via Aibany and
east side, or Corvallis and wt-at side,
at option oi passenger.
checked through to Newport. A new
M O N M O U T H , OREGON.
feature at Newport this year will be
uu uptodate kindergarten in charge of
Training school for teachers. Courses ar
ranged especially for training teachers for all
an experienced Chicago teacher.
branches of the profession. Most approved
A beautifully illustrated booklet de
methods for graded
and ungraded work
scribing the seaside resorts on Y a
taught in actual district school. The demand
for graduates of this school as teachers far ex
quina bay ha* been published by the
ceeds the supply. The training department,
Southern Pacific and Corvallis and
which consists of a nine-grade public school
Eastern railroads, and can be secured
of about 250 pupils, is well equipped in all
from any of their agent«, or by ad
its branches, including sloyd music, drawing
and physical training. The normal course—
dressing YY’ . E. Coman. grand passen
the best and quickest way to state certificate.
ger agent Southern Pacific company,
F a ll term opens September 22nd. F or cata
Portland, or Edwin Stone, manager
logue or information, address,
Corvallis and Eastern railroad, A lb a
E. D . K E S S L E R ,
Mrs. Neita Gilbert is keeping house
for her brother.
Striped encumber bugs are damag
ing the vines.
Women as W ell as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Mr. Dyer, from the east, is visiting
A. B. Strong.
Al!*erl Domes And family, of McCoy
Siind«yed with the Werner*.
K. McHht rry ha* l*e* n down with
(he n>ea->ul« but is out again.
YVill K »yt is erecting a new barn
and we are to have a new tcl»ooll)ou«e
J M. Y\’ i»e an<l w ife a*e down from
Baker City lookin g after their dairy
Mr. Critrhlow and family and Mrs
Threshing wdl become general next Hayes and Mrs. Bchroeder went up to rauch.
| week, nearly all the grain being now l the Reynolds logging camp bUckber-
Mr*. Lulu Edward«, of Newberg,,
Watches for men,
women and children
2 6 9 Liberty Street
.VP E Y tT I s°&. SO NS
You do not have to buy anything or pay a cent
for enough of the finest furniture polish
to rejuvenate your » ntire house.
The House Furnishing Co.,
Next door to Jos. Meyer & Sons.
S to res: S alem and A ibany
Is now on at the
SALEM WOOLEN MILL STORE!
2 5 4 - 2 5 6 C o m m e r c ia l S tr e e t , S a le m , O r e g o n .
Over 2 0 0 Suits to be Sacra-
ficed, all New S p rin g Pat
P R IC E S
Jeweler and Optician.
WILSO.N B LO CK .
F IR S T C O M E R S C E T C H O IC E S T S E L E C T
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S u its n o w $ 7 w e r e S IO , SMI, S I? a n d 9 1 2 .6 0 .
S u its n o w $ 1 2 w e r e S I4 , SH5, $ 2 6 , $ 1 6 .5 0 , $ 1 8 , $ 2 0 . t
‘" T h r a o amnnlv two «amp’ *» of tb w iv we ar» curving price* H ALE !
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ing li'Mi-e, Come and »e»* for you »»If.