w ; / business relations. He was m arried W e wonder how o ur “ T h ird P a r ti short tim e ago to Miss Sarah Me- ty ” M ends w ho opjHwed th e “ Green- N ary of Salem, but we will not urge hack P a rty " like th e w ork of th e , Ï Publtslier. this as an objection against him . H e C onvention t*i P o rtland w h en it C. ('. DOUC.HTY, is k n o w n as the "Irrepressible Ira,’ swallowed th e whole *1 reenbtvck. and will m ake as gwxl a sheriff as platform at one gulp. If it pleases Su b-eriplion llilru . Druggists and Apothecaries. Folk county ever had. them , we have no rig h t to object. $1 50 . Per Year. 75 • • Per Six Month*. Chester G. Coad, candidate for hilt some of them m ust m ake a fuee AO • . Per F our Months. ( lerk |sis,sessoi in an em inent degree w hen taking this dose, A dvertising rate* m ade known o n appli IS T H E the qualification» so m eessary for the rugs, 1’iiint.s. Oils. (¡lass unit all iitherl cation. Saprrvixor*’ Meeting« # ( '<>rrcs|»nod*|icc i- soliciud fruiu all friend- successful isTforiiiaiiei* of th e varied tides in a first-da»» ‘trug »tore. of th e paper. duties of that otttce. H e is a Folk A «invention of nearly all tlie road Xoiiinoiith, Orcein, \ |i , , 4 < ***** county ls»y, son of Samuel lo a d of siqKTvisors of Folk county m et in Dallas. He has ail excellent English tii“ court house at Dallas Monday Freserlptluas Carefully ('iMiipiMiinleil. education, w rlte sa splendid hand and at 1 o'clock. T he com m ittees ap- has had good practical experience in |s>iiited at a form er m eeting mailt AND —F O R — business. He has been engaged con gotsl rejiorts and som e fine suggest tinuously in ns-ism slhle positions of ions for road work and im provem ent. P O L K . COTJUSTTY. tiii'iiicss and tru st in our county. Kc- W e append th e report of th e com-! Klate Senator. ’ cently Im was m arried to Miss Jen n ie m ittce on legislation as follows: K. T. HATCH. Rowell, of Dallas. H aving load an ,£A~A1«> IW « » In I tv* I A t’a.-kin’i ffij. To the road supervisors o f Folk j Representative». 1 ver amt I’latisl Wan*. Jewelry, A/u«ical In. active, energetic life, and shown h im county: Your com m ittee to whom . F. s. row K i.i.. Uniter the Management of Î strnmenl» of all kinds. C. FISIUK. self to lie a m an of integrity in all the was referred tlie m atter of road legis positions he has filled we lieliovehim lation, respectfully subm it th e fol < VniHty Judge, M ESSRS. B A R Z E E & R O B ER TSO N , lirirk Itluk, bnirjim.iciire. J. S. STOPFER. to lie irrevinclhle. Ho is m odest, lowing: genial and po|»iilar—efficiently tru sty Sheriff, F ir st —T h at th e law regulating -Sole Agent» For----- IRA S. SMITH. and deserving. the assessment and collection of road W in. Kills, th e excellent nom inee tax should be >o changed as th a t tho Clerk, J". O . B T rT IL I D , for T reasurer cam e to < Iregon several -.one be assessed and collected a- o th C. IJ. CO AD. k years ago, sin«» which lie lias d iv id er county tux; th at said tax is: made < ommiwiloiierM, ed his energies lie tween fa n n in g and payable exclusively in m oney; th at I«. F. .HCI j IX 'H , « . w . mi n i i;. m erchandising. He was a delegate there bo assessed a road poll tax; that j Office over lav til *t Rush's Rank, Salem, Or, In Polk County, located at Asso-mr, to the State C onvention from this said tax so collect«! tx* created a sep ti. \\. (A il F il l i ,I- county in 1**4. It will be his pride arate fund, to be know n as th e road . Tre»»»'■ rer, to serve the people to th e ir perfect fund, and th a t th e same I m - levied by H U . F 1,1,IS. satisfaction. the county court at th e tim e and in Sellimi Sii|>oriiifoiii|etif, Geo. W . McKee for C ounty Com tlie m an n er of m ak in g th e general JS3T Orders from u distance, will Is1 attended to with promptness unit care, Trusting w E. C. IT A IU M ). m issioner, o f Hridgejiort p ro d u c t, is levy. shall merit a lair sluire of your patronage, we arc very re>|xrtfully, Real Estate and Insurance Agent ail old < Iregoiiiaii and has long been i 'immer, Sr.< ( inii —T hat tho office o f road i : !.. kf : t < h u m . ¡dcntilk'd w ith th e interests of Folk supervisor I»’ abolished, and that .county. H e is a farm er, lie lias the there lie creat« i instead th ereo f the j lì A HZ EE «£• ROM'AirsOX. confidence and esteem o f all. In office of superintend* in of county t ic k e t . W e congratulate 11»«* Republican.» business affairs lie is economical in loads, t lie du*'* of said officer to lie detiiijt/-’ , prescribed by law; th a t he of this county on the tick et nom inal dustrious and successful. It. F. Mel.eiich candidate for < ’m in 1 1 paid a fixed salary; th a t he he 3ST. IT. B U T L E R , «ti last Tuesday. It Is w orthy the support of the united p a rty . The ty Com m issioner has long been „ elected at the tim e of holding the \Y . I j . W O R T H . nom inees arc all men of iminipcucli- resident of th e county. l i e i .'i i m an general biennial election, th e same Druggist and Apothecary. ahle character and qualified tor th e of excellent attain m en ts—practical, as other county officers; th at the shrew d and honest, '’’lie sam e thrift county court lie authorized to fill va offices they are nom inated risqa'cti ve- and success w ith w iiich his ow n af-1 cancies in -aid office; that said officer ly to till, —Dealer in— Kdw unl T . H atch, w ho heads tite ! fairs have been m anaged will he car have power to appoint deputies: that tieket for S tale S e n a to r i a -on o f tlie ried into th e m anagem ent o f the th e business of said officer,* including all expenditures, lie under th e super old pioneer, I (can H atch, was horn county business. —DEALER IV T he n e x t assesor of P o lk county, vision of th e county court; th at he rugs, I liemieals, Rooks, Stationery, Toilet Ht Oregon City in 1*52. lie received article», etc. W. <;. I'nnipbcll, is a steady and in have supervisory control of all coun his education at Salem , and was m ar dustrious farm er, well acquainted ty mails, and th e im provem ents ried in IH7ii to Miss A nna Fronton hy Atv'f (inxrricH , Fnivixions, Crockery, Candies and Tobacco, whom he lifts six children. He ha- throughout Hie county—and is (spe thereof. FrcMcriptlims C arefully Cnm|iiiuiiilfid. W e respect fully r« n n in ie n d the been a resident o f Folk county for cially good ju d g e of the various kinds A LSO of property in th e « u n ity . T he peo enactm ent of such legislation as is nine years occupation farm er. Mr. Monmouth, - - - Oregon. H atch is a m ail in the prim e of' life, ple will find him n courteous and ef neces-ary to carry th e foregoing into Fresh Tropical F ru its arriv in g every week. Call on him . effect and the repeal of all laws in lias a vigorous and com prchcusi yt> ficient officer. F,. ( ’. F entland, candidate for school «inflict herew ith. Ri'spcctfully sub m ind. Ills character is ahnvc re .i/o .v .i/o r w , sup erin ten d en t, is a native son of m itted, on fa ; ox. S. A. Riggs proach. His reputation is that of ( iregon, :io years of age. I le received A. It. A tkins, Oregon State Normal School. honesty and integrity, lie has the F, S. Fow eH, respect and esteem of the eoinm unity his education at the S tate U niversity II. 1.. E arl, w here h e lives. The people of Folk came to Folk county 1SW>, wlicre lie FULL FACULTY, W hite. county can safely place th e ir interests has been alternately teaching and a t HOOD RUILDI.VOS, L ItillT EXPENSES. Hv+.fc hands, lie will m ake a record tending the S tate Norm al School. S h criiliin , O reg o n . o f w hich they m ay he proud, lie re I le Is a man o f pleasing address, w idc : I'.nrioK I'ol.K CorNTY OllSKK- sides in (lie northern p art of (lie aw ake, ami progressive teacher, lie w ill fill the o ffic e w ith c r« llt to h im VKIt: 1 received a sauqilc copy of county. your x'aluaiile paper and am well F. S. Fowi I! for reprtva illative' on self, and ad v a n « ' the cause of educa pleased w ith it. H it eontinues to tion in the « u in ty . the Republican ticket, cam e to Orc advocate the principles of tin* grand For Com ity S urveyor, (lie « in v e n old Republican party and to hold tip e i n overland in ISM and settled in IL- NT. S M IT H . All Normal (¡raduntes receive a Diploma l^itiit county, w h e n 1 he an d w ife re tion nam ed a most excellent and well the prohibition m ovem ent against from the State which authorizes them to saloons and for good and honest gov- qualified m an, F rank Itutler Fsq., of m ained ’till IH72 w hen they removed teach in any public school in tlie State. Other _ ernm cnt, you certainly ought to suc- States grant teachers' certificates on presenta to tills county. He is .'si years of litre, ltridgeport. H e is a practical sur- I'l'isl in your undertaking, and should tion of these Normal Diploma», without ex and is coiiifnrtahly well-fixed on a I ve.vor and will m ake us a good and certainly receive the welcome plaud amination. . faithful officer. it, “ Well doin' good and faithful s e r - . /arm here. I lis family rrm sists ofsix Dr. K. I,. K etehuni, th e next Cor v a n t.” A com plete stix-k of Dry goods, Clothing, Hats, Roots and Shoes, Grocer : children, w ho are all well educated T he republii ans held th eir preeinet ics, etc., at prices th at cannot lie beaten. oner of Folk county, isa'g rad u u tc of and stand m ining th e highest in social m eeting to-day in Douglas privinet; C H E A P L IV I N G . circles. I lis life lias Ins'll ulaisy one, the Medical D epartm ent of th e Uni- quite a num ber were present, not and has had m uch to do in public j versity of M ichigan. He lias liccii w ithstanding th e rain which poured j a r f iis x l table lxmrd in furnished to stu. dents at the "Normal Dining ilall" at #1.51 Affairs, Is 'ln f cautious in investm ents in o u r com ity over three years and down in torrents. Republican jour nals an* advocating the tem perance l*r week. Good Isiardiug in families with an d therefore m ore or le-- sisvc-- fill by his strict atten tio n to the require cause and think if an y th in g is done funiislusl nsim , fuel and lights, #:(.on to $.:,.'i« m ents of the profession, lie has won ! per week. in business enterprises. H e is well for tom nerancc it must lx* done by MOXMOfTJf, o n fa ; ox. the confidcn«' and esteem of a large tin' ri'punliiim partv. Come out rc- republican party, know n all over thecount.v and stands ---- il:---- i iiublieuii w ithout superior in point of those ! circle of friends. rum power. from the Practical Course of Study, T im s1 art* o u r views ulmut tlicsi' solid i|iuilities o f understanding and It. It. U k a n so x . m en. We arv pleased, after tak in g —Completed iu a— heart that m ake a >;<><><J representa- tive. He will not fail to lie on (lie the twin« to inquire, th e feeling for the ticket is generally satisfactory to alert for the Interests of his county. J. E. Jem ian. ! the party. T he Republicans of Folk I>. Warren, tTias. (I. F isher on th e Rcprcsrutu- Ä>ml for Ctttalomie. Address the President tlv e ticket is a F ennsylvanian by county have a gtssl o p p o rtu n ity to WATERHOUSES. D. T. S tasìev , J/oumoutli, Oregon. elect the w hole tieket. W e should b irth and Is M years ofatfe. In ts;*l h e cam e to California and in 1*6# to i all pull together. Tho O iisk rv k r Is w arranted in •-----C arries at ail tim es a fresh and complete stock ot groceries.- O regon. Ills life has I m ' cii u very ac General tiv e one, his business enterprises ta k congnitiihiting th e |*arty am i the . I- Gr- D A V ID S O N . ing him over m uch of the Pacific • jssiple iq«>ii th e result of tlie conven tion. Now let lis elect tile tieket. coast. In I si;."» lie m arried Miss Sarah F.. Johnson. Tltcy now h n v ea family Tlie DeniiN'nitie S tate Convention o f ten children. At that tim e he re sided w ithin the Y am hill county line hiw niet Muti tuIjounnxl. A bigldow - O riu’ i L V Ä v i K 1’""’ “ Y,"'r I* «.II- tint in I sto m oved to Folk wher«' lie ittg of tru n ip ets was intuii' iilxitit has reside«I ever since following the wlmt thè «aiM 'iitioti would ilo and M o in m m /h , <Mru|mtionof fartuimr. He hnaaltmvii thè piatti»' ' i il would fulopl; luit we O re g o n . Wood Work a Specialty. hitnself to I h > a m an of push am i en h n ih in '.¡lin for thi' fuIti11 m ■•■ lit of ergy, and his nam e is th e synonym thè promise^. l're e traile was thè l-ind-cla-s Work Executed Yu Kverv o f integrity. And is o n e o f th at class gretit eentnil tho u g h t of thè (smven- Rranch of Photography. PJ5 Fin* Strisi of intelligent farm ers w ho takes a tlon, and vet, thougli spurrixt un l*y <>J»podto Fr»t National Rank. • ■ Ml charge-rear»»luihk». (tiveu-a cali. » lively Interest in the i|m otions of th e thè strong islitorials of th è Fu*t Occ- day and also in puhlie iitfairs. He gtmiinif they (tarisi no tih v lare agaitisf Ile o ' is th eir will m ake a m ost efficient h'trislator. a proteetive tariff. MON M o l 1 11. OREG O N . Mr. Joniitliuu S to n ie r is an old res- grrat turiIV p la u k : “ W e mo»t «.irn- L E E Sc B U T L E R , ideut of Folk county and is |ss'iiliar- estly indorsi' th è poliey of tariff re- Physicians and Surgeons, ly fitted for th eo tfi« ' of county .1 mitre vision." W otiderfnl! thi> p o h ry of DEALERS I le is one of those careful prudent, tariff revision! wlmt i» th « t, pm y? well iHilaiinsI m en, who Is -si valua w r llHVV III ¡«l'd of lllliny polieii'f», but I’lof. Yat«s-, principal of Indcpcn- U. S EXAMINING SURGEONS. ble in an oflhv u here then* Is s.» much thè tariti revision |x>licy k «s lei) for deli«' puhlie sehix»! «iiidllet(»l the Mr. Mills an d thè Oregon Denux nit- o f dclujl Mint rcs|Mtiisii>ility. lie Ini' devotional ex en ises in th e ehu|ie! Office en»t »ido Main Sr, Independence, Or. repre«eut«i Folk county In the l*irt*- ie C onvention. ’l'h<' practieal w ork W «lnesday m orning. la tu rc an d has had practical exper* ing» of tli«* tariff revision poliey tie- The At le; - who went to MeMln- lence in public affairs. A most cx- « m iìn g to tli» Mills bill Is tn nuikc xMlie hist F riday, all return«! to Mon frs".' r . r t . ' . i . T imi and proti» t manti- Inoath alive. The ladies iff th e Mo- v elh iit nom ination. M innville voilege trinit«! them so jra S. S m ith nom inee for slicriIf on fui tnred gixxls; to operate aguinst well that th ey are likely to want to th e tick et, is a son of lio n . Isaac thè p risln ii'rs in thè interi'st of otlier go there « p i n . e ilo m*t favor sindi a |x»l- S m ith , ex-C ounty Ju d g e. Ira was r i a . » ', This week closes the thin! term of iev. (Mini in J*olk enm ity, « iu n ih 'd at the O. S. N. School. A nunitxT of d a —• ' w ere exam ined during the Ihdlas anil isviipiisl th e (aisitloii of w»»k T he attendance has been ex- ' princi|M l In th at «'bool for one year, «'R ent d u rin g the year, and the out- A large n Millier of i.anns- have Jie Ims been in Ntoini-*' at Im lcpen- look for th e fourth ten u w hich w ill ileiice for sevenil year* an d has I se n U<on addisi to the sul »script imi li~t «f open on M onday, is very pnnnUing. All kiinl» o f produce taken in exchange f >r -■-•d- v e r y -mss-ssful, is quick, energetic, the U iH itV M ì. *l.»o, K«'j> « lin I ne S*'iii»»r eliissw ill m nim enre their LLOLTIvrOTmi, OR. final exam ination next W ednesday. o n d iie rfe d ly honorable in all his ing. r-frg* (*i |ier ni car load lot». #’• 50 j»er Polk County Observer. I I Buster & Vernon, l l A New Feature 111 Business n Farmers Supply Depot, Republican Ticket Agency. Soliciting STAYER Monmouth WALKER, and DEXTrsT. Independence. James Ta tom. Monmouth, Oregon. THE LEADING GROCER. D I - V BARGAINS! BARGAINS ! ! Normal, Collegiate, and Commercial Departments DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Produce taken in exchange for goods. BUY YOUR OBOI FRI US AT Short Timo. Warnui iV derma u. Blacksmiths and Horseshoers. NOTIONS! NOTIONS ! ! Portrait and Landscape Photographer, Portland, Oregon. Farmers Mercantile Associât ion. In General Merchandise. Bed Rock Prices, Best Grade of Goods, K. M. .SMITH. And Fair Dealing is Our Motto. M O XM O l m . t unno ox. Lumber Dealer, 'inali oliatiti»-.