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OREGON. SATURDAY. MAY 27, 191«
UP SALT r iv e r .
HOW TO 1)0 AWAY
Then* lived in California in the
M E PRESIDENT'S OPPORTUNITY.
M ILL TO START JU LY I.
There has been so many rumors
Saturday was a busy day in
in regard to the mill at this place
Dallas. As the sun topped the
resuming operations that the mere
eastern hills u long procession brave, and quick to quarrel, but impartially amongst friends and
mention o f the much wished for
was seen to emerge from the kindheartod old chap named Col-
is regarded aa a joke. It is
count v court house and meander I on®l Ciift. He hud a great stock
However, it is re
toward the LaCreole where the ranch and his blood horses were
good ship Constitution lay at her many o f them famous racers.
. . .
moorings ready for a trip up Salt They were his lo\e and at every special privileges, if our courts and logging camps will be ready
state fair he and they were among! would administer the law accord- for operation by the first o f the
Prominent among the group the most sought for attractions. 1 ing to its spirit rather than its month and that the mill will
Regardjess o f the fact that shoes are advancing
was Attorney B. F. Swope; in one He was growing old but if he real- letter, we would cease to have actually begin to make sawdust
we will fo r the next 10 days allow you a
hand he carried u copy o f “ Para ¡zed that fact he never admitted any anarchists. -Oregon L a w by the first o f July. We would
not wager much real money on
discount o f 10 per cent on shoes and Oxfords with
dise Lost” and the other he fum
the exception o f white rubber sole shoes.
bled a well worn copy o f the late
looks fairly reasonable from the
Election Laws. A t his right was
A CHRISTIAN NATION
Our shoes are solid leather and neat workman
constructive work going on that
W. 1. Reynolds, who had just in a fist fiight. A rush was mude |
Recently in an
and it is to your interest to look to your foot
joined the crowd after mailing to separate them, when over the |
county seat town a 19-year old money back by doing something of
wear needs at this time as special discount prices do
letters o f “ Schools Visited.” C. clumor the stentorian voice of Col-
boy stealing a ride on a freight the kind.
not last long, our only object being to reduce present
R. V'amfield was currying his sur- onel G ift was heard crying: “ Let
train was thrown beneath t h
veying instruments and was ’em fight; it will do them good.”
studying a chart o f Salt River
liiter, the same u
« j, Colonel
w>wn>i „ wheels
. and his , arm
showing the shoals and rapids, was having his horn s paraded ■ ‘ H‘
The following ordinance was
Rill Himes walked near with his and was calling attention to their hl
posted in the S. P., depot here by
w as no money
Mrs Metzirer and W. J. special excellence, when a chap,..
, . , the Wells Fargo Co., in regard to
cnain. mr . nat g
who did not know the colonel or I ,n
treasury and refused to do
Clark were discussing the ques- who did not Know the colonel or
•. WOB the shipping o f meat.
Ordinance No. 31461, providing
tion o f the final perseverance o f his ways, made what the colonel anything. hmalb first aid
given by the railroad surgeon and
for the inspection of meat, which
the Saints, and Winnie was waiv deemed a sneering remark at
orders were received to take him
liecame effective on recent date,
ing her friends goodbye and tell which the colonel made a rush for
High grade canned Sour Kraut, special 10
to the company’s hospital where
requires that shipment o f veal,
ing them that she would be back him and struck him. The aston
he died shortly after arriving,
An excellent canned Peach, special
sheep, goats and dressed hogs
in time for the county fair. Dr. ished man seized the colonel by
from the shock, it was stated.
Dunsmore was consoling himself
shall have attached certain inter
Bottle o f good Catsup, special
bv reading Psalms 75:10. Mackin ground without hurting him, and j l’ lU " 1oni 1,kely fro™
nal organs as follows:
went quietly but refused to be held him there
Calves—shall have the liver,
stand on a matter like that and
comforted. Geo. Wells inquired
navel and kidneys attached to the
see a human being weltering in
. . .
ubout the roads and when told rescue the colonel when a neigh-.. .
carcasses by their natural attach
that the trip was to be made by bor who knew him and loved him. h,s « w " blood and die o f neglect ments.
should be treated to a dose of
boat relapsed into a gloomy but who had been i resent at the
. Sheep and Goats-shall have at
what Sodom and Gomorrah got.
silence from which he could not morning episode, shouted "L e t the
least the liver and kidneys attach
be aroused. Slim Brown arrived young men fight! Let ’em fight! It
ed to the carcasses by their na-
just as the moorings were cast will do them good,
SHOULD SWEEP HIS OWN DOORSTEP turai attachments.
otf and barely got al>oard. Sandy
The colonel cried out; “ Do not
An attorney who is so jealous
Hogs—may be shipped without
Taylor shouted and told them mind that d - d fool; take him off!” o f the progress o f young law stu- the internal organs, but the body
“ Meeting and Beating Competition” .
to look out for bear tracks and as
A t the convention which four dents that he insists that only lymphatic glands must not be re
the boat and crew dimmed in the years ago nominated Mr. Wilson men o f his particular caste should moved.
distance the town band struck up I for president the platform adop- pass upon the qualifications o f
^5aid Ordinance further provides
the tune, ’ ’The Girl I L e ft Be- ted, and which Mr. Wilson accep applicants for admission to the that each and every carcass shall
NOTICE OF SALE ON EXECUTION by W. H. Boals and recorded on
ted and ran on, contained a plank bar, an attorney who exacts from have attached thereto a card set-
hind M e.”
page 428 o f volume 3 o f the Rec
intended to prevent a president the rising young lawyer qualifica-. Hng forth the name and address
By virtue o f a writ o f execu ord o f Satisfaction o f Mortgages
from immediately running for a tions that he at no time ever of the shipper, and the place tion against the real property
o f said County.
THE FIRST TEST.
second term. But it has been possessed, an attorney who, in where the animal was slaughter hereinafter described, duly issued
Notice is hereby given that on
The first test to show the align made clear on many occasions by
by the County Clerk of" Polk M O N D A Y , the 19th day o f June.
addressing a body o f pupils at a ed.
ment o f the voters o f the country his w'ords and acts that the presi-
: County, Oregon, on the 17th day 1916, at the hour o f one o ’clock
high school on Lincoln, is corn-1
on the national issues o f the year <ient has never endorsed that limi
o f May, 1916, and to me, the in the afternoon o f said day, at
pelled to read his oration from a
came the other day in West V ir tation, but rather that the thought
blue tablet, is certainly a very
A charming surprise party was undersigned s h e r i f f o f s a i d the front door o f the County
ginia. where a by-election was that ruled him was “ Let the young
narrow person, lacks the milk of given in honor o f Mr. and Mrs. County directed, for the enforce Court House in the City o f Dal
held to fill the seat in Congress men fight! It will do ’em good!”
human kindness, and has no W. H. Dorman Friday evening. ment o f a decree o f foreclosure las, in said County, I will sell the
made vacant by the death o f
He does not know it, but the charity
Such a person should May 19th; it being their 16th wed and sale given and made by the real property hereinabove des
Representative “ Junior” Brown. thought o f the German and En
read and mediate upon the fol ding anniversary. Games were ! Circuit Court o f the State o f Ore cribed at public auction to the
The Republican nomination was glish votes has been behind his
lowing: “ How w ilt thou say to played and a dainty lunch served. gon for said County o f Polk on highest bidder fo r cash on day
achieved only after a spirited j correspondence with those coun
thy brother. Let me pull out the
A t a late hour all departed for the 16th day o f May, 1916. in a of sale, subject to redemption in
contest— which is in itself indica- tries, it has been behind what he
mote out o f thine eve; and, be- their homes after wishing the | certain suit in the said Court the manner provided by law. for
live o f the political trend o f the ha8 said on many public occasions hold g beam is in thine own eye?
host and hostess many more happy wherein John T. Hughes was the purpose o f satisfying the
times, Republican nominations which all careful readers will re-
Thou hypocrite, first cast out the and prosperous years.
plaintiff and Alvah G- Lineback, said decree, with interest and
are well worth contesting for this Call.
beam out o f thine own <eye; and
Those present were: Mr. and Rida Lineback. Alex C h r i s t , costs o f sale.
year—and the party went into! It has kept him from doing many
then shalt thou see clearly to cast Mrs. Haley, Mr. and Mrs. West. Rina Christ. W alter L. Tooze and
Dated this 17th day o f May,
the canvass with united ranks j things. It handicaps him now. It
out the mote out o f thy brother’s Mr. and Mrs. O. Elle. Mr. and Phil Arthur were defendants, 1916.
full courage, lh e j3 jn our opinion preventing him eye.’ ’ —Oregon Law School Jour
Mrs. Arthur. Mr. and Mrs. Powers, ( Register No. 4813), which de
JOHN W. ORR,
Democrats sent some o f their from seeing some things now
Mr. and Mrs. Skeels, Mrs. Paul, cree was given in favor o f said Sheriff o f Polk County, Oregon.
best campaigners into the district which are in plain sight and from
L. C. Tyler, Mrs. Robt. Wonderly; plaintiff and requires the pay
to preach the doctrine o f Wilson exercising some real statesman
Misses Bulah Young, Margurite ment o f certain sums o f moneys
The last diabolical act for the
MACCABEE’S VISIT SALEM.
ian prosperity, and there Vims no ship.
Dorman, Electa and Agnes A r viz.. $637.58. with interest there defeated candidates to do is to
lack o f funds to carry on an ani
The members, o f Maccabee lodge
Two years ago the belligerents
thur; Messers W ard Haley, Geo. on at eight per cent per annum pay up their campaign bills and
mated propaganda for the Demo across the sea were like Colonel No. 2 o f this place went to Salem
Paul; Master Chester Arthur and from May 16. 1916, until paid, I | look pleasant.
cratic candidate. But West V ir G ift in the morning at the f a i r - Wednesday night and attended
little Juanita Dorman.
am commanded to sell at public
ginia, though a mineral State all for fight. But it is plain as the lodge meet at that place. A
i According to the monthly ex-
auction in the manner prescribed
; pense account published in the
and thus sharing in the fictitious day, that they are just now all j good time was reported
Josh Talbott and w ife went to bv law the following described Dallas papers Road District No.
prosperity created by the Euro- ready to erv out “ Don’t mind the
Those attending; Tom Hollowell,
Portland Thursday on business.
real property, towit:
21 must be getting considerable
pean war, has a memory which , i_ d fool; take him otf.”
Randolph Butler, Lee Teal, Harve
That tract or parcel o f land, road work done.
runs back o f the last dividend or
i f the president were not ab- Montgomery, N. A. Lunde, Chas.
being a part o f the Donation
the latest pay-dnvelop and her sorbed by thoughts o f the coming Moyer, Fred Deultgen, A. Ronco, to start his mill at camp 1 the first
SCARCITY OF PAPER
Land Claim o f John Sheldon and
o f June.
voters remembered the days o f convention, if he could rouse him- Ed Rich, Ira Mehrling.
A great wail has been sent out
; wife. Notification No. 6832, Claim
1913 and 1914, when butchery in ;>eif an(j ¡n the name o f the great
Richard Paul left Tuesday for No. 41, in Township 8 South. by paper dealers and manufac
Europe had not brightened the republic call upon those belliger-
The result o f the primary elec Roseburg where he will look after I Range 6 West o f the Willamette turers o f a probable paper fam
business sky in America— and ents to call a truce, cite to them tion does not indicate that Wilson some timber land.
Meridian, in the County o f Polk ine, and even our Uncle Samuel
the Republican candidate was the impotence of further fighting will have the walk-over in Oregon
Oscar Snelson of Salem was in and State o f Oregon, and bound has urged the necessity o f eco
and in the name o f their millions at the November election that the city Tuesday trying to rent ed and described as follows, nomy in the use o f papers. The
As the State election in Oregon o f widows and orphans and their some of his enthusiastic suppor
to-wit: Beginning at a point price o f paper has soared and on
in the spring o f 1888, foretold starving poor, in the name o f hu ters imagined. The people are his property here.
hich is 32.00 chains South and many grades the price has more
the fate of the first Cleveland ad
Nettie Graham who has been
manity demand a halt and call not so sure that a continual “ hack
chains West from the North than doubled. Investigation o f
ministration and as the Rhode
Island spring election o f 1896 upon the neutral nations to join mg-up policy is the nght one attending school at Gaston, return east corner o f said Claim; thence price&^paid .by dealers in waste
si elled the doom o f the second him in one great cry for peace, even if you desire to keep out o f ed home Wednesday.
South 18 80 chains; thence W est papers reveal the fact that they
Cleveland regime, so this Con- whether effective or not, it would war,
Mrs. Mason o f Montana who 5.00 chains; thence North 18.80 are paying for old books and the
gressionnl election in West \rir- bring ^
more lasting glory
has been visiting here for some chains; thence East 5.00 to the better grade o f magazines a price
S n î r l l ,9r ï S l V T 0thîi<' ¿ I l s to ,han a dozf ' nominations ever
I f you were living in Germany time has returned home.
place o f beginning, containing that hardly pays drayage to ftie
i could.—Goodwin s Weekly.
and desired to take daily paper
Mrs. Henry Horn left Wednes 9.40 acres, more or less; subject, depot, and on old newspapers they
Especially significant is t h
---------------------- you could do so only by returning
day for Washington where she however, to the right o f the will not quote a price on less than
fact that the Progressive candi-
England does not api>ear to be it after reading it that it might be will join her husband who is em public to travel and use, as an car-load lots. The frugal house
date who opposed the Republican
re-ground and made into paper ployed there.
open and unobstructed roadway, w ife who has anticioated a bttle
nominee in the district in 1914 ; quite so rambunctious as she was
a strip o f land 20 feet wide off pin money from the sale of accum
was found this year cordially sup- ;l year ag0. Nothing but the utter
the North side o f said parcel of ulated witste papers will, doubt
porting the Republican ticket. destruction o f the German empire
land; and excepting therefrom less continue to adorn her shelves
Uon in’ N o v L m Ïe r" A reunited would satisfy. Now she thinks it
Whether or nota late Easter
the 40 ft. strip o f land released and kindle fires with old papers as
Republican party is about to win probable that if Germany will be has anything to do with a late
for railroad purposes, as des she has been doing before the
one o f the greatest victories in real good that she will permit i t , spring, we certainly have had a
rib e d in an instrument executed paper famine.
' late Easter and a late spring.
SPECIALS IN GROCERIES.
S e lf’s Cash Price Store,