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About Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1888)
Republican.*» shoulil stand shoulder
«•onstruetion o f railroads and other
J. E. Jertuan,
1 1 ». AVurren,
systems o f transportation, and that to shoulder and heart to heart in the
we hold all cor|H»nitions to Is- strict present campaign, and work with a
Publisher. ly responsible to their liabilities un w ill for the -ucc<--> o f the whole tiek-
«•. c. l*Ol'(ìHTY,
der the law and recognize the right et, county and state. I f w e do that
Subscription H a tes.
o f the legislature to exact all reason victory is sure. Iz*t us, republicans
Druggists and Apothecaries
able limitations on eorjsirate |s»wer. lay aside all prejudice, and work for
$1 r ,o
IVr Six Months.
Ht-That we regard the furtlier im- the triumph o f the gmn«l old party, j
Per Four Muntili.
niignition Into the United States o f
Ailvertising rale* made known on appli
raw, Paints. Oils. Olas» ami ull other Ar
The wool industry is a ve ry im
Chinese lalsirers as «lirectly op|si-ssl
I ) ticles kept in u tirst-class drug store.
( 'i »rr«.| m imltncc ir aulidtod from all fru'iias to the Interest o f American lalHir, portant one and should not Is- reck-
of the paper.
and we therefore la-artily approve lessly imperilml, its it would Ull- i Æ O I s T I ï Æ O X J T I Î , O R - '[
questionahly Is-, without protection.
Monmouth, Oregon, April SI. Isss. the action o f the republican senate in
is Can-fully C
providing by pnqs-r h-gislatlon for One-sixth o f all the w ool prmlueecl
00 |« r m car load lots, $0 50 I ST
■si amending our treaties with China in tiie world is grown in the United
Wood Work a Specialty.
as to prevent their further im m igra State-, and in this state more persons
uredirectly itgeri-stml in producing;
I l- W e n-eogniw- that the nation wcsil than in any industry e x c e p t,
Supreme J mitre.
You have your
owes a debt to the surviving veter grow ing wheat-
Also Dealer iirty a
w . i*, u n ti».
ans o f the great rebellion, which can- own interests in your own hands.
j-ir All ditfgw reasonable. G»vc- usa call.
A Iso Itoalers in Reetl & Burton's Sit-
I*r- -iilential Kk-vton.
not Is- adequately paid, and hold it Voters sis- that you »ire repre .cutis 1
ver mul riuletl V» «ire. Jewelry, J/uskal In
Itoli I . M< LEAN.
struments of'all kind«.
to ts- the duty o f the general govern in the national legislature.
(.. » . H l . i t » .
M O NM O UTH , OREGON.
ment to provide for the lUHX-s-itics o f
»M . KAPIS.
them and theirs by prompt |Kiym<-nt, The- man with a «-apital o f $1000
Pr<>-<’ ill inti AUunry' iiiinl I>i>trivi.
o f lilH-ral js-nsions.
and w illin g to work, ran Iss-ome
II. II. HEWITT.
12-Thnt the action o f President rich in Polk county in five years.
®— F O R —
Cleveland in «Aik-ring the return o f This county offers the greatest \-arie-
P O L K CO U NTY.
U- O- B Y R D ,
the rels-l flags was an unwarranted ty, -uiting the tastes o f «-itlier those
assumption o f the right to u-i- for who prefer level bottom lands, roll
E. T. HATCH.
|M»litieal purjsirM- tin* trophies o f valor ing prairie, low wisshsi bills, ortine-
h<-did not po-M-ss and the fruits o f a ly timbered mountains.
N o bliz
( )lttee over Ltukl «k ltusli's Bank, Salem, Or.
y. s. i ’ o w k l l ,
victory h<-did not seeun*.
IS T H E
t . ti. H M l K K.
Id W h ile we np]»roveevery honest air and water, cheap building mate
I ou lily Jinlgc,
effort to presi-rve our public luiids by rial, fuel, good prices for your pro-1
J. S. NTOFFER.
the punishment o f w illful trespass«,* «1 in-<*, good lior-i-s and cows. A bet
upon them and are in favor o f such ter county can’ t I k - found in which
I It A S. M i m i .
measures as w ill encourage our citi- to get a home, lie diligent, prudent
Real Estate and Insurance Agent
/.«■iis I«» settl<-u|«»iiand im prove tlu-m economize, keep out o f debt, even i f
t . (i. COAII.
we (i»nd<*mii the action o f the present inconvenient at times, diversify and
I ’onimmii iiwm
administration in its pretended ef tin- harbor w ill I k - safely reached.
It. I . MULINI II.
forts to protect said lands, under ( 'omc and try.
!.. » . HI HEK.
«•«»lor o f which, instead o f pursuing
A« m ' m »r.
the p o liey«»f the republican adminis
Hnth candidates for the sheriffs of
ti. »". I A HI* HELL.
tration by causing the arrest and fice o f this county o f tin-tw o old par
. BU TLER,
Under the Management <»f
! punishment o f those only whose ac- ties are young men, 30 and -‘12, res
» H . ELLIS.
I tions appear«-«! to have l>e«-n «lislion- pectively.
In business and the af
MESSRS- BAR-ZEE &c R0BERTSON,
l«-st and criminal, it has refused to fairs o f the penpl«-, Mr. Smith, the
Druggist and Apothecary.
I RANK HITLER.
cause said lands to I»«* Purveyed, republican nominee, has been active
Sein «.I S u |* t I litem lent,
| thereby discouraging their settle- ly engaged for the past ten yearn,
K. C. PE N ILA NIL
i ment by pmiple m i-ding and desiring successfully; and this w ill be the rea-
t '< in «lier,
to take th«'in. Th e administration son the people o f Polk county ran
E. L. KETCH IH .
has also tilkil the country with a safely entrust this responsible office
horde o f officers, stylin g themselves to him next June.
KEPI HLI( AN PLATFORM.
rags. Chemicals, Books, Stationery, Toilet
special ag -nts o f tin- interior depart
la Folk County, locate«! ut
Tin* n*puiilieans o f the state o f < »re ment who have Is-en made to act as
l><-atli o f Itoseoe Conkting.
goli in Tiinvcntiun twsemlihil, re- spies and informers upon melt o f the
aflirming their alb-ghinee to and «-on- j honest citizens as have ventured t<>
Iloseoe Uonkling <lied at liis home!
Proscriptions Carefully Coiiipoiui<led.
tblenee in the great republican party ;
settle u|sm the public lands for tin- in N ew Y ork , Wednesday morning
o ftlie nation, ofwhorK* grand achieve- j purpose o f carving for themselves at 1:30, the lkth inst. II»* was born
Monmouth, - - - Oregon.
ments and long succcwful tnlminis- j homes in the wihlerm-ss, and has at Albany, N ew Y«»rk, (le t .,30, l«Ll), re- Orders fn«ni a «listane«-, will lu- atteint«! to with proiiqitnetw and enre. Trusting w
tration o f the government o f tin- ’ canstHl the arrest o f hoiu*st setth-rs 11»- was a gn-ut lawyer, an impress-
Unite«! Stales they have so much upon th«»s<- lands upon charges false ive orator, a man o f pun- private
«•ause to I k * proud, and the glory o f and infamous, and publicly branding m orale He was erected to the Unit
Oregon State Normal School.
HAUSSEE «t- ROIÌERTSOX.
which they are entitled to share, tlu-m as robbers and thieves; has ed States Si-nate in 1*07 1H73 anil in
IH7!>, ;ind resigm il in «luisequenee of
^muke and present tin* follow ing
caiM i! tlu-m to he dragged into both
F U LL FACULTY,
statement o f tlieir priqeiples ami the civil and erimlnal courts to be bis quarrel w itli President Garfield,
trinlupon false and fictitiouschargi-s,
lJ iìIIT EXPENSES.
I W e favor honest ami ctttciunt ad
thereby compelling them t«i incur
ministration o f departm ents o f g o v - : the expense o f tw o defenses against
erunieiiF, both state unii national.
the same net; has caused tlux-sam e
^ The right o f a eitizon authorized special agents to raise questions and
by law, and to have his vote lionor- dispute the right o f honest citizens
ably counteik ought to I k * respected, to acquire title to the public lands
and till eilorts to curtail or lim it that
upon which they have honestly and
All Normal <«n»d«ui1es receive a Dijiloina
Oregon Pacific Railroad.
rigid deserves tin- condemnation ufi
from tin- State which authorizes tlu-m to
in good faith settled and for which
in any |>nblic school in the State. < »tlu-r
all guild citizens.
they have paid tlu-ir money, and, And On-goii IVveliipnK-nt < '<>ni|«my’s
State- grant teaehers' eertitieates on presenta
-H EALER IN—
:t That tin* policy o f the Itemocmt- acting upon the suggestion o f these
tion .«I these Normal Diplomas, without ex*
le-s time tluill by any oilier route. Flirt
ie administration which would place agents, the officers having such mut las- thnaigh imssongcr and fn-iglit lim- from
*aT Groceries, Provisions, Crockery, Candies and Tobacco, 0 «
I'ortluml mid all |H.inis in tin- »'¡llam cttc
wool and liimlmr on tilt* free list and
ters in charge have under the dim -- ,u!ky to aivl from Sun F'iniici-c«».
woolen goods on tin* highly protected
AVilltuiicUc river line o f steamers.
lion o f the administration, like a
C H E A P LaL'VIlNrC3--
list, cotton ti»*s on the frn- list and
Tin- » ’ in. M. Hoag, the X. S Ileiitley. the
-A L S O -
court organized to convict, deprived Tim
i- Sisters arc ill -ervhv for Imtli |m.v-«-n-
other sim iliar lump Iron in tin- pro the settler o f Ills land, robbed him o f
geraiul freight Iraltii- I m -I ww - ii I'orvaUU anil
r-O'Dissl taiile bonnl is fiirtilshe«l to stu
tected list, and whh-h policy would
ami intermediate |K«ints, leaving
the benefits o f his labor and refused
Fresh Tropical I-’ruits arriving everj* week. Call on him.
dents at tiie “ Normal Dining Hall’’ at $1 •>»>
eom|>miy'- wharf. Corvallis, and Me-sr-.
»Didimi»* the eolh<ctl<>n o f $.'» 0 , 0110,000
week. Hood Isiunling in tumilies with
to return his money, and tlu-se Iliilman «X I'o '» wharf, »<> and Jn. Fmnt
furnished room, fuel and lights, sivt.CU to $3.ol>
on sugar «‘tieli year, whih* at tin* wrongs I iii v«-Is-en p«-rpetuati-<lagainst -lost, l'oli lami, three times each w«-k us
M o x M o c r ir ,
OK EG OX.
same tim e the majority applaud and the settlers with no apparent obiect follows:
claim to carry out the president’s
but tofiirnisb a pretext for the cry ta-ave < '«mallis Mon. AVtsl. unit F'ri. 10:00 a m
idea that 11 tarili' Dix is robla-ry o f o f democratic reform.
•• Itav's l.n'gTiM-. Thu and Sat IF:»» am
“ FuV|iuirtz “
ftW an i
Practical Course of Study,
the pimple constitutes a pilli* o f un
11 W e denounce and deplore the Arrive Fortlaml “ “
. 1 ::»» a m
paralleled 1 »»IitieaI dishonesty, hav
- refusal o f President Cleveland t«> ap
—Completed in a—
ing for its. sole object the success o f | prove the Inst river and liurhor bill, le ave Fortlaml Mon Wed ami Fri saio a m
F u h iiia r tz .........................£06 p m
the deniiu-ratie party at tin* next and w e denounce the action o f the
Ita.v s D i g ..................... 2:t.%|»m
election, even a ttlie e x ]K * n s e o fllie -ii-n-tary o f war in what s»i>ms to I k - Arrive Uorvallis Tiu-s Thu “ Sat 4:311>in
lto.It- make eh«-«- nilims-tioii at .AltmilV
practical destruction o f many o f our
a stud hi 1 attempt to delay the im n ith train-of tin On-goii I’aeith- railn»a«l.
S. i . WATERHOUSES.
important agricultural ami provement o f the Columbia river;
Suifl f »t ( ’atahurno Addre*2^ tho Pro^hfrtii
nvn .t rvs-r\,,KR TRxttia— axeaer m - mdat *.
I). T. S taxlky , i/unmoutli, Oregon.
and fully ni-oguJzing the imjMirtnnce D-ave Ya«|uina lt:.'IO a in )
4 W o favor the policy o f providing
„ l 'orvallls lo :tK a m '
o f our great watt-rways as regulators
----- Carries at all times a fresh and complete stock oi groceries.____j
chiefly for the revenues o f the gener o f freiglit »-harg»-s, not «»lily on the Arr AlUiny 11:15 a ni I
lam e Allmiiv 1:01 jv in"!
al government, a system o f duties waterways thciii-K'lvos but on the
„ Corvallis 1:47 |> hi
3-. I I D S O U .
lex-ini upon iln|M»rts, so adjusted as
Arr Yu«|iiim> .'i:.K> |> in I
niiln»n«N as well, w ein -i-t that our
to discriminate in fa v o r-o f (loim*sth- gn-at riv«*rs shouhl I k - free ami <*|s-n
i> .X C. trains ronmvt at AIhauy and Cor
I'lie al*»ve trains «iiiimvt at A u«|uinu
industries and productions and in fa-
t«> tin- -i-a, and we demand o f the «■¡Ih tin* Oregon IK-velopment Cnm|«nny's
\-iir o f A inerirmi labor, and we «lis general government im ih il appn»- line i -team-lii|-' li« w « m Va-|iiimi ami
O u «-very ihw ripth.n as cheap as the chrajs-st You r patronage is seili-
elU il. Call and ste him.
ciare in favor o f m incing the annual
piiations therefor, at tin- -nine tim e
S.\H IN»; Ii.ATF.s FROM YA Q U IN A .
surplus rcv«*nu<<K o f tin* government
Friday, April 13th.
n-comm«*n«Hr.g to the next h-gisla- Willamette A’alley
by adm itting fm * o f duty such arti.
AA illunutte Valiev
tun- t« tak«- pro|»e.- and a«l<-<|uat«-
Fili IM s \N FRANI |si < I.
eh*s o f general use as cannot I k - large
-teps to as>|st at one»- In opening th«- AYlflamette Vali» y
Snnda) . April S
ly priHiun-d or mamductuml by our
AVolnesday. April is
gn-at river to general iiunm env.
Tills company roaervi-s the right to eliangv
r> W e denolllKi-. t la- ci\ il -ervh v iiilin g dates without notin'.
(»- W e deprn-ate the att«*inpt o f tin-
\ I! Fa.—« ngvrs fp'in Fortlaml and all
X- First-ohv«s \\ . .1 «. Exeeuteil in Every
reform p ro f«-io n - o f President < 'lex e-
» diamene Valley |»>int« mil make el««««-
democrat ¡cad ministrai ion to d«*grade
Branch of Photography 12.« First Street,
linid as a sham and fraud, as pnnu- « . inns tii -n with the trains o f tin Ya«piiim
Frst National Bank.
the iioliest toil 01 America to a level
i-'-s m ale to -«-cun- x ot«-s iK-fon- ehv- n ««!«• at Xllviny or Corvatti», alni if destinisi
with tin* p;tup**r latsir o f tin* old
lo San Frum i-« > shouhl arrange to arrive at
tlon, and the violation o f which has V.Kpiina the ev.-ning ls-f«»n- -ailing.
I k i - ii as constant its the hunger o f the
Fa-s«-nger ami freight rates always thf low
«>-Thai w hile disclaiming the rigiri democratic ottt« «- s i kcr «nuld »1»*- est. For in format ion apply to
L E E & c b u t l e r ,
' C. C. I UK iUK.
to interfere witli the administration nin in I.
Polk County Observer.
Blister & Vernon,
A New Feature In
W. b. WORTH.
The Yaquina Route.
THE LEADING GROCER.
Normal, Collegiate, and
BUY YOUR GROCERIES AT
NOTIONS ! NOTIONS ! !
Portrait and Landscape
o f the Internal affairs o f foreign na
tions, XV*» sincerely approve the effort
»if Iris!» and KngIDIi statesmen to se
cure by jM*a«-«‘ful methods tin* A m eri
can principi»* o f '•holm- m l#” for Ire
7-That w e a r - in favor o f »m-h l«v-
islation as should prohibit and pun
Acting g.-neml frvigtit and p»«s,«. nger agent
rig id « o f nett 1er* shall not Is* f«»rft-it-
.i| by rami-llation o f tilings by th»-
lami ì|epartnn*nt when set|l«*nient or
tilin g is m ade in gissi fi«ith.
tuThat vv«> fiivor the em iiuraging
ami <b x 'llopm eiit o f our *tnt# by the
4 \ V
M at llilliT V ,
r*-»r Agents for K »p p , Hum II A Co.
Bed Rock Prices,
Best Grade of Goods,
And Fair Oeaiing
Is Our Motto.
Ì Ì .1
lu«k |H>inl»-iHV, Mngiui.*
Ü. S EXAMINING SURGEONS
Office east siile Main St. Independence, Or.
Stoves and Tinware.
Physicians and Surgeons,
D K A L K IW IN —
d e a l e r s
«»n-gon Fai itte railroud Co.. Corvallis, ««jr.
Tin* n*puhlirans an- pl«iis«ii with
the action o f the state convention, ( Il II ASAVKI I
i«en«'n»l freight alivi |«»e«engvT agent
and itli its stnmg platform it is -un
O tvg'ii t »t-v i-lopmeni l\«., ’.»»I Mont stnvt.
to -ecure tin* emlor-emcnt o f flu- |m*- sail Fran«-isti».
pleln June. T I h - ticket w ill la-ehi-t-
• il to a man.
ish the rnanufmtun* or m ie o f adult- \ «_! f Ì l * || 1111 !*.'11
I l l l l l l t ’ IIH M ltR
« U lt i
H-Thnt w e ar»- in favor o ft l» * e n .
ortnient o f » law b> cim gn - when
A- i ( | V \
by the hoim-t«-a«l «»r pn*-»*n«ption
\ \F\FI ï z l \
4\ \ n F*1 a !
CHAS. LA X K TR E E
All kin.b «g preda«* takrn in exchange fia- g.axb,_____
M O X M O lT U ,
call at the uld stami in Aloimmurii.