Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927, April 14, 1888, Image 2

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    carry them into effect. 'I lie “ Mills
Hill” was harangued as an instru­
A desperate effort I- lieing ma<li
&
ment o f revenue thrust h y the “ Solid
t
“
Third
l'ar-
— hut li hy 1 feint KTats and
South” ngaiiutt the N orth.
Publisher.
C. C. DOl'HHTY,
-
ty ” mi'll to maki* It :iI>| m -; i r that
Tlie President’ ll extraordinary m il­
there ar»‘ no liv<' i—u*— l>ct\M on tin*
itary
ability in marshalling his g o v ­
SuliHCription Itati ».
tw o old ea rth '', lfeiuocmtf* hope by
Druggists and Apothecaries.
r’er Ymr.
$1 60
this cry o f “ dead issues” t«i get Re­ ernment forces in lin * for a Cleveland
Per Si v Monili».
75
publicans toch 'ort tliclrstandard and triumph during the com in g cam -
Per Four Months.
Ö0
,,r paign was duly pointed out. lim it
Advcnbting rates nuule known on appli- unite either with the lleinoerat
I S
T H E
rugs, Paints, o ils Olas« hiw I all otb«r Ar-
the “ Third i»arty” in either ease to enthusiasm prevailed throughout the
ration.
tieîii ki[.t in a tirst-class drug store.
meeting and m uch good w ork is an­
< ’orn^|M>n«lrnn i» solicited from all fricial.* weaken the Ite|nihJi<"an party.
«>ï tin* |»a|»tT.
The “ Third party” also crii-s out ticipated. T h e le a g u e m eets again
Saturday the 21st inst., at :i o ’ clock
Wommuitli, Oregon« Ipril 14 » IHH h . “ No i'-u es between the old parties"
Prescript inns Carehdly Eumpouuded
and thus proves the necessity lor a p. nt. All republicans urc invited to
attend
as
well
as
all
[«'rsons
lie
lie
v
-,
third party. A eorrvs|Mindent of thi*
in g in the fostering o f hom e 'Indus­
I’o/cc, th.i leading “ Third party” or­
AND
i ,oiVrc*NM nun.
gan, .»aid recently, that the only d if­ trie-.; ample protection o f the produc­
BINDER HERMAN.
ference lietwccn tlie old parties is ers; the elevation and protection of
Supreme Judge,
tl.al one o ftlio m lie^ins with a 1> and American laborer-, and an adm inis­
iv. I*. I,nitli.
tration o f public affairs resulting in
tin- other an It.
Also peuler* in U imh I ,t Barton'» Wl- (
Hrc - ¡«Icutiul Kl< "
W e would gladly liolicve that tin* the tlii if 1 o f our p« op lc and the up- ,
ver ami l’ l«l«s! Ware. Jewelry, ifusieal In-
It (I III. Ml LEAN,
Vinfer the Management **f
strumenti) of all kimls.
issues of the past are dead i-sues, l>ut liu ildin gofpublic enterprise th ro u g h -1
fi. IV. I l MU'«,
out
our
country.
the facts fori ad. W hen we think of
tt m . h \ n s.
a million lives o f A m erica’ s ons sne-
Independence.
M E S S R S . B A E Z E E
&c R O B E R T S O N ,
lirirk Block,
— F< III—
riHe«si to provu tills nation is one and
The followlng voisoh liave loen uddid to i
P O L K
C O X JH T T Y .
not a com pact o f states, we would lie
-Sole Agents For
lli.it thrilling war -»<ng "Mun-hing through
Stutc senator,
triad to know that the Democrats had i
O
Tli weremmg at th# O. A. K.
E. T. HATC H.
«T. O . B Y R D ,
abandoned the principle that caused mo«'tiiig of Imtiaiia at tlic Statecapitai re­
Ki-prc-i lituti Vr
that party to deluge otir country in nili li ir thè tir-t timi'.
F. S. 1*0IVEl.lo
Mood, and that they are now w ork- Soft, III*' 1«iyi are slecping; ilo Hot wmkc
C. (.. ElMIEIt.
tlicm from their resi;
in*; to maintain one grand gn vem -
Office over Uuitl *t Push's Bank, Salem, Or.
County Judge,
in Pulk ( ’oiintjr, locatisi ut
ii ■«'lit that sliall know no N orth, no May tlic tlmvery -ini Ile liglitly o'er cadi
j. s. vrnin.it.
latri ut'» brmst.
South, no Hast, no West. Hut such
HI art If,
TIicv jmiil a mighty ninsoil for tlic lumi wc
is not the case.
I It A S. SMITH.
Invisi tlic lx*t,
These i—mes never will I«' dead is­
Wliilc «ve ivi re niurehing through fìoorgia.
I1erk,
sues while a party that asks to lie
IC uorik .1
I . 11. CO Al>.
Trusting w
entrusted with the control of tin*
Tlic I iì . hm I . so frccly olierei lias hrmight tlic J .1 I Inters from n ilistiiiMT, will Is- h IU ik U' i I to w ith promptin'!* uml <arv.
Commissioner»,
Real Estate and Insurance Agent
sliall
merit
u
fair
sliare
of
year
[nitro
nag«',
we
are
very
respcii
fully,
county still clings to them and advo­
Jnbllcc,
It. F. MCI.I M il.
cates
them
.
What
means
the
“
Solid
Ami fixed tlic stars eternai mi tlic liunncr of
tt. MCKEE.
South” to-day? it means ju-t what
finirei—
A--.--, ir,
JiM tX E K A BOJiERTSOX.
Hiriy
soft, their mighty «ucriliic ivus inaile
it
meant
in
I
sill,
minus
the
pow
er
o
f
(i. H. UAMPBEIJ»
O
for
voti
unti
ine.
*
slavery. The men w ho hold such
TmiKurcT,
ideas arc c.Tîainly not safe CUstÄliails While VC were luaivhiiig through (Icorgi^.
\\y\.
[C uori s.]
of our g o v crn iicn ia l affairs.
IT . K .
B U T L E R ,
^(lllMll Sllpdilltvnclcllt,
“ l>E.l!> ISSI ES.“
Polk County Observer.
*
'
1
5
Buster
Ï
Vernon,
A New Feature In Business
1)
Farmers
Supply. Depot,
Republican Ticket
Agency.
Soliciting
STAYER
Miiiiiiiiiiilli
A.
WALKER,
ami
Independence.
DENTIST,
James Tatom.
Monmouth,
E. V. RFNTLAM).
\V. D. WORTH.
RKITKI.ICAN CONVENTION.
9
Tlie republican state convention
met at II o ’ clock W ednesday m orn­
People limy ay what they plea * ing at Portland, and was called to
nl m nit the clim ate of Italy add the order I ty lio n . Joseph Sim on, chair­
sunshine o f ( ‘alltornia, hut tlie cli­ man of the state central com m ittee.
mate o f this W illam ette valley is I'.x-Attorney-tieneral lien. II. W il­
-DEA I.KU IX—
sim ply, most delightful. Since l\-l>. liams was chosen tem porary chair­
w c have laid jijst enough rain ti^kcep man by acclamation. < in taking the
the ground in good plow ing condi­ chair Judge W illiam s thanked the \ I V i n ie - arc reasonable and work done
¡roceries, Provisions, C rockery, Candies and Tobacco,"'«30
viti» (lispaicli anti neatne.ss. ({¡ve ine a
y I wi
tion, and these days of continued convention for the honor conferred, call at the old M a ud in Monmouth.
balmy weather maki even a dy pep­ and pi' s c e d 'd t o e x p r -- hi* feeling
- J Y I j S O -
tic feel glad. Old Sol seems to In­ for the party and the great Interest
putting on airs and our farmers nr
re-ting upon the proceedings of that
Eresb Tropiml Fruits arriving every week. Call oil him.
enjoying the genial rays o f hi -liin- is invention. I le ex liorted tlie reptib-
ing faii'. The spring wheat and oats lltiins of Oregon to "close up tlieir
MOXMOCTir,
Olì E d OX.
are nearly ali in the -oil and the s u m -! ranks and though their swords are
mrr fallow ing i- progn sing o nice­ a thousand, let the hearts la* as one,
Oregon Pacific Railroad.
ly that hy May 1st all this work will and follow in g the flag and keeping
Is* done. The fruit prospect is very step to tlie music of tlie union man'll Ami Oregon Dcvelopmcnt
t'oiupnny's
-tenm-liiji line
iniUs siiorter, gli lenir*
Mattering, sow ltli the lull w heat, and on to battle and to vict >ry.” .
Ir— time tinnì l>y «my otlu r mute, rii-t ■
in a few months our tallies will I«'
J. H . Shnr|>c, of Douglas, was . In— through |n— eiiger ami freiglit lin«* frolli
covered with apples, pear , prune-, chosen secretary, and o . P. .M illerof I*• >rtluixl limi all [Hiiuts io thè Willumetle
! vulley to unii frolli Sull Krullciseo.
plums and cherries, straw berrie- and Clackamas, a.—’ t -e c’y.
Willumeitr river line o f steumer«.
The Win. M. Il ig, thè N S. lieiitley. thè
other fruits as lusciou- and -o tem pt­
Commit toes on credentials, perma­ l'hiiv
urc in mtvìiv for hoth ist-scii-
ing to ou r appetites.
Thou our nent organixation and order of busi­ ger alni S’isters
freiglit truffi«' hetw,rn ('«irvullis nini
warehouses at every it. K, stat'i.n ness were appointed.
1 ’>iill.i11.1 unii illteruieiliiite [Hiiiit-, leuvillg
i
» i) - wlmrf. < 'orvullis, and Mi—
will lie groaning under tin heavy
The convention throughout was a llulimm ,V ( ' fs whurf, '.i»inn'l -11-’ Front
TL. IÆ . S M I T H .
loads o f as line grain as the world harm onious one. A strong platform -treet, l’ortluml, thr«s‘ times n uli week as
ov e rsa w . Truly oftr lives have fal­ adopted, with good ideas, that fears I tt illn vi
SOUTH IIOFND
len unto us in pleasant place- and we not to ini|tiire into iva ons, and uc D avi l'orvullis \!"ii. Weil. uml Fri. t<':<»)n in
Ituv's l.n'gTur. Thu ami Sut fuma ni
should rejoice and lie glad. There
upon principles, as a ipiestion pri't
“ l'ul«|Unda "
“
"
"
(1:4« 1 n 111 ,
room enough in this f< rtiloand lieau- sented.
■Arrivi' Portland« "
“
“
“
3:9) a tu
A com plete stock of Dry goods, Clothing, lints, Roots and Shoes, ( , nicer*
tiftil valley for one millhm sturdy
s o l l'R IIOFND.
Eor stab' central eoinm ittecth e fol­
am ¡es, etc., at priées that cannot be Imiten.
men and intelligent wom en, and in low ing were elected: linker, J. I’ . t o r ' n i M o w. lami Fri
'• Fuhituirtz “ “
“
“ 2:0Apiu
a few years, on account " f the niild- l'Tiull; Renton, A. E. Moore; Clacka­
Ituv's D lg "
"
“ 2:16 pia
ni'ss and isfualilene-s o f our mi.-ur- mas, L. T. liariu; Clatsop, J. A. Eul- Arrive ( ’orvullis Tue» Thu “ Sul 4:2l'pm
IltKit.— niakc e|o»e eomusTìim ut Alkuuv
imssisl clim ate and tin- great fertili­ ton; Collim l'ia, James Mnckle; Coos, witli tmin» <>f thè Oregon Piu■ irti* railroad
ty of our soil, eniigrutiou \, ill pour \ndrcw N'asburg; Cr«H*k, A. It. I.yle,
n.xu.v rvssKMìKti n:\i\s- k x c u t s c m h y s .
into our Imrders from the North, Curry, A . II. < rook; Dougla.-, .I. C.
issivi- V’iquinu li CUI u ili |
MOXMOCTir,
Olì EC OX.
South, East and West and Oregon Eullerton; (iillia n i, .). I’ , l.ueas;
,, ( ’orinili» tlh.fs » in •
Air
Alluiay
ll:t6
a
ni
I
will - .... . take a high 'ra n i in our <irant, P. Metsehan; Jackson, A . II.
lu-uve Allnny 1:oo p m )
great sisterhood of States, So mote Mnegly; Josepliine, II. It. Miller;
('orvullis ITT |. m
Arr Yaipiina :>:; no j > ni I
it lie.
Klam ath, C. S. Minin*; l.ake, W . T.
♦ ♦
h a i ' iruiii» i- iiiiit«-! ut Allmiir ami <'or-
Itoyd; l.ane, II.C . IIm u p h rcy; I.inn,
«nlli». !'li«. uh*u e traili»« ••nms t nt Vni|iiin*
At a recent meeting of the op|sui- C. K. W olverton ; Malheur Thus. «i
th tlie " f i tti Pt'vcloj'im-e' Com|iaiiy
cuts of I.isiil Option the Chairman Ditty; M arion, A . N. <• illn-rt; Mor­ line ■ ■ i soumshi|iH I» t » .
\
uml
is reported a- saying, “ That the in­ row, \\ . It. Ellis; M ultnomah, Nl. C. Sun Frunciseo.
- MI.INC l>\TI> l lt"M VAI.'I IN \
S. J. WATERHOUSES.
alienable rights of life, liberty and < ieorge; Polk, Warren Truitt; Tilla- Wdlmm-tte Valli-«
ITiduy. Aprii I Uh
Willaiiiette
Vallev
Ttu-sdny,
.\
jtìì
2
-4
.
pursuit of happiness, i,,r which the uiook. It. It. Hayes; Em atllla, Dec
Flti'M SAX Kit A Ni l-,< " .
Puritan Pilgrim s left the fatherland, M oon'housc; I nlon. ('has. (¿« nm I- Willunn'tte Valle)
Carries at all times a fr«-sli and com plete stock of groceries.-
Sunduy, Aprii s.
NV«slnes«luy. Vpril |s.
and the R evolutionary fathers fought nougli; W allow a, E. D. MiM’tilly; Willumette Valle)
I his ctim|anv resrrve» tlie righi to ehange
and lilisl are about to be wrested W'a-eo, M. A. Moo*ly; W asliington, ».liling
dut'-s without noti«»*.
from present and futuri gem rations." Tin is. l i . T on gue; Y am hill, .1. .1.
N 1) l'u»»« iiger» from Portland and nl 1
Willumette Valle) [H'iiits t un niakc <•!■*«•
W hich Irf'iiig interpret'd mean- that spencer.
«■•iiim ■ ti.ii ««Itli Un traili» of thi Yai|uinn
the “ Puritan Pilgrim s” an* to la-ad
lio n . Dinger Herman was n om in ­ rinite ut A llaay or Corvallis. uml iftlestiiusl
lo Sun Franeiseo »lemld nrrnngo to arrive at j O k ex-pry description, as cheap as the cheapest. Y ou r patronage is soli-
the forces supporting the -a iooii, etc. ated by ¡ti" Innuition for Congre—.
Vinfilinu thè « \ening I h T' oiv »niling.
cibai. ( 'all and -co him.
“ I’ aritiui Pilgrim s” have Iss'n fere*si
I';«ssengi*r and ftvight Hit«' alwnys thè low-
Eor siipn'ine Judgi- W . I’. I.ord
i «t. For inforniation applv to
into strange com pany many lim e- was ilct'lansi the iioiuince.
( C HOdlTK.
-ince tlieir dentil. W e think this the
Monmouth,
Orcr/on.
Prc-idciitiul electors, C. W . E'liiton, Ai-tlng e«'iienil freiglit ami imasenp-r ugeiit
t ir«-. - in l’ut i fi ■ nu Insiti l o , Corvallis, Or.
most remarkable instance how ever, of Out «op; M m . Kapils, of Multno­
t II IIASWKI I
that has yet linin' to public notice.
mah: Itotit. Nlel.ean, of Klam ath.
(««iterai livight and [«vs-.-ng«'r agent
♦ ♦
Motti »trevi,
Pelt it. - to the National C onven­ On'g' it IS'««Tit|iitnnt ('".,
If you want the nevt legislature to
San 1 ru ilei issi .
tion,
Ruins
M
allory,
J.
\V.
Cusiek,
Is* Republican you must vote (lie
J. D. Head, /.. E. M oody, !■. P. M ay-,
ticket.
* ♦
\V. C. Johnson. The ticket n om i­
nated
w ill i>c found at the head otou r
The Republican ticket o f 11«i- coun­
J E. J> rimili,
columns. The platform adopted will I*. Warren,
ty has ulI the elements o f strength,
l»e given in full in the next issue o f
and an- all men that naught hut good
the ( llisKKX
can Is' said o f them.
<'t >ronc*r,
E. E. KETCH CM.
Blacksmithing,
Horseshoeing.
( h a s .
TH E
LEAD IN G
Druggist and Apothecary.
GROCER.
l a n <; t I y KH
Oregon.
-Dealer ill—
nigs, t 'hemirais, Books, Stationery, Toilet
«
D mieles, etc.
Prescript inns ( arcftdly
Monmouth-, -
-
Compounded.
-
Orir/on.
The Yaijuina Route.
B A R G A IN S!
O EALER
B A R G A IN S !!
IN G EN ERAL
MERCHANDISE.
Produce taken in exchange for goods.
BUY VOI R (¿ROUERIES AT
NOTIONS! NOTIONS ! !
U
FaniKTs
Horcantile
Warrni iV .Imiian,
♦ ♦
ì
Tlie Republican party lia- nothing
to h u r from its past history. I lia-
with»t< ms ! thi' as-aults o f trva-i*n and
rebellion, and written it- grand
achievement.- on the bright, -t p.n
o f tlie cou n try ’* history. A ch icvc-
nients, th e re« xml *d which will nev­
er la* efflux d , anil wliieh hav« render­
ed it« nam e and fame Immortal. It
has w ork yet toil** in the Interest o f
national iidvaneem eiit aiyi pro-pt-rl-
ty, and there w ill Is- no shirking of
ri-s|K>nsihillty, when the opportunity
offers to lead the way.
♦ ♦
Now that the jleiiKs nitic iiomin. <
on the p ro hi ti<-k*-t have resign t * I
w h y not the rvpublktm iiom im «> .
1
IH PI Bl.ll
it u .n .
(li anni / al ion o l ) «m ut H en 's l{r|<iiti*
■ lean l.i-u g n e a t K ola .
On la*t Saiurdny ufU-rtMHni tin-
Voting Men’ s Republican I «cagne of
Es »hl, n o t and |>«riimiH'iitly on;niii/vd
hy the cl«s-ti"ii o f S e n io r .1. C. Allen
chairman and W alter Rubi«*, secre­
tary. T hirty solili república ns on-
n>lle«i a» nit-miters of the le a g u e .
( '«.mmittccs w«-ri* uppoll*,h»l ai.d
everyth ing put in goo«l w orkin g
«liai«' for the present iani|>iugn.«.
S-xer.U n il hot turriti .- imsv I u ' s wore
mini«'. Tin* pledges inaile by the
1 h m nie nicy four years ago were rvit-
« nittsl atul th ep n «ent adtnlnlsfration
« riti« i-.-d w itli severity for failing to
General
6!acksmiths and
Horseshoers. Bed Rock Prices,
Best Grade of Goods,
Specialty.
charge« ivu»omble.
ND IN Mt H
Cive t e a
Association,
Oregon State Normal School.
FELL F.M IT.TY.
B ITL D IX dS,
UU1IT EXPENSES.
Normal, Collegiate, and
Commercial Departments
All Xominl Orndnutes rporivc a Diploma
from the State which authorizes them to
tench in tiny [nhlic s« hool in the State. Other
States grunt ten. Iici-s' ( «-rtitientes on nri'sentu-
tion ot tln-se Normal Dijilomu.», without cx-
aminatii m.
C H
E A P
L I V I H
a .
ZiT-ii'SHl table hoard is furnished to stu­
dents at the "Normal Dining H all" at $1 SO
|s-r wis'k. Hood boarding in families with
furnish« d room, fuel and lights, $.').<»! to
per week.
Practical Course
of
Study,
—Completed in a—
Short
Time.
S.«nd for Catalogue, Address (lie Presiilent
D. T. S tanley , Jfonmoutli, Oregon.
I- C 3-. HYYAYIIDSOISr-
Portrait and Landscape
Photographer,
Portland, Oregon.
'«"«• Fir«ts-la«» W ork Ex mite«! in Every
Hmiii-h o f Photography. 12S First Strtx'i,
Opposite Frst National Bank.
L E E «Sc B U T L E R ,
Physicians and Surgeons,
-A L H O -