Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927, May 12, 1888, Image 3

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    '» o n u l Mention.
H enry Smith, o f Lew isville was in
town Tuesday.
“The town of Monmouth in situated in the
center of the ric hest part of l'olk county,
eight mile* south of the county »cut, Dalla.-,
tilul two ami une-hall' miles west of thethriv-
ing town of Iiulei>eiuleilee, and contains a
population of over 600. The location i- a
fieautiftil one, on a richíhdling prairie, and
for general healtliftilness, the -ite is all that
couhl he desired. Monmouth otters mauy
advantages, and those contemplating any en­
ter] * risi' are invitisi tins infer with our citizens.
The OHsiatvi::. will he read in every township
und at every postortiee in tiie entire county,
and therefore unexcelled as an advertising
medium."
Stun Coud, o f Dallas, passed this
w ay Wednesday.
H E R E AN D H E R E \UO t TS.
Bead our correspondence.
The candidates w ill •Still hunt.”
t o r i t i not k e t .
The fiilliiwluv' i» lite ducket fur the May
tena q | Cinuit l.'uurt, ctimmenolntf May 14.
D11II11« l.o e a ls .
Stiver.
Most every one is ulxiut through
plow ing summer fallow.
Dr. T . J. Gee, of Independence,
A little child of R. F. W ells tha
was noticed on our street- Wednt's-
is U 'in g raised by A. II. Collins is
day.
Dr. Laughary rettimeli from his quite sick and it is doubtful o f its re-
' "V i TV.
visit to M cM innville this week.
J. R. H ubbard has commenced
The .-till Imnt among the candi­
hauling lumber for his barn and the
date- seems to l>e extrem ely still.
carpenters w ill !>e at work in a few
There isa fair pro-poet for Dallas days.
to have >1 lirst class tlouring m ill in
Peter Cure is again on his rounds
the near futurt
w ith his old White horse and trunks,
Th e tine weather In s brought
well packed with nice good*. Peter
number o f the farm ing community to
is an old time p u lle r und every one
town this week.
They all speak
likes to trade w itli him.
with assurance o f a good crop.
Sam Goad of Dallas was visiting his
Next week living mrcuit court week
son-in-law, John Stump, one day
we expect quite a nuntlier o f visiting this week.
brethren o f tlic legal fraternity. The
W h ile
Mrs.
Roliert Steele and
docket is an unusually light one.
daughter were on their way home to
Stun Goad spent Tuesday in the
Stiver last F riday the horse they
southern pari of the county.
w e re d rlvin ggot scared turned round
\ mmri'er o f our citizens attended upsetting the buggy, throwing them
to tiie ground, givin g them several
the picnic at Independence.
severe bruises. The horse ran aw ay
tjm te a lively match gam e o f base
with tht> lm ggy tearing the top ott'
ball here last Saturday betwivn the
and
breaking one wheel-
F e l ix .
Athletes of your towuund the Alerts
( ounty court the tir-t o f the week.
Dinger H erm an for congressman.
Stati1 v> M R |{uli|.¡ns. incest State
Ivi
“ Paint” is a familiar sign these Tliurman. lanvuv—State \- K*i Tlitirtiuui,
la sveli v S i a t e K ituuanl \V lla-i*y alai
Pres. Stanley returned home Mon­ days.
" Miller, lareenv- State v* J W Fkltller, eua-
day from O akland, ('al.
teni|it
ut muri — D J Mulini-, ik—igllllli'llt—
The fruit crop is reported to be all
.
Iteli
1 lavili» vs t'has Iaitiktivet al ijeet-
W infield W ilson , the atvomodat- right.
i tiii-itt—J r Duwtiiiii> vs Weatherfunl et al
ing R. It. agent at A irlie, was in
The straw hat is is niing to the uii.i'ii ut lati S Munitila, a.—ignincnt—( ha-
laaiktns'\s Dea 1 I iim I u i . isjuilv—M Mirwiu
town Monday. The O u s k k v k k ac­
front.
awiKtinient— Ivi Miller vs M'iiinie Miller.
knowledges a pleasant call.
|uirtitiuii— Dea \\ iiiilsor\ s 11 Siinp-un eiiiti-
Improvements are noted on every t.v
1*. Duras i- tì D Rìgg-, et al aetiua
Miss Smith, o f M cM innville, Is in
hand.
ut law—Thuiuas I ani» 1 I v- \V F. Clark,
town this week.
equitv - A Selillireile i- 1-alicl Recti, avtiult
A lb an y is to have a new democrat­ at lau .1 D 1 uii-talilv
finis Kuhn, et al
I I 011. W arren Truitt is in Portland
ejis
tinetit l.vwis Ileltnivk
I V Duviilsuii
ic daily paper.
The Observer futir monihs for uOets.
this week.
at»l .1 II Stutnp, fureeluMire—Murris Juiies
County isairt this wee!:. Circuit vs S A Mutile«-, et al equity—furlx tt A Mae
Jinn. Geo. Q l. W illiam s Tuesday
h y vs 8 Denaon, action al la« Garbati a
court next week.
llusiness Mention.
Mach y
ll.gu,. A Daltoii, avtiun at law
■ evening at Dallas.
M ayor Gates, o f Portland was Margaret llowcll vs \\ m IHiltoa, art ¡un ut
I. T. Mason the dentist, at Dallas,
Gts». Helt district prosecuting at­
law—Duanl Selioul Cuimni—¡uncr* \» 11
worth #70,000.
,1. i!, W< r i' - One
•
0
silii|i"in, et al l'uns l.isui'v Win Savaerv-(' A
torney was in town Thursday.
A very iut ‘resting and pleasant Ouulil, runtirinatiuii -Julm MUluli 1 - V
Head our new advertisements this week.
Kratz, e: al equi:.' Wm l-'ilis
Frank A dkin s and family, Jason
The F. M. A. store has new go ids.
gurnetot ¡I.W' ¡kill.
l "liner A < l u-iiu vs John Kitner, m tinu at
Adkins, o f Junction, are visiting
Connoway A I'nojicr hardware men I tide
The picnic at Independence, is law - ivi llidillv vs K Ditnet' A fu., aitimi ut
their folks at this place.
Dw—Il SSmitli, lissiumuetit—Sanili Preti-
pendenee.
largely attended.
tiis1 \s Julm l’rentivt— James Ivi li. It v- K
J. 1>. K elty, o f McCoy, is register­
Dentistry fust class work done by I. T.
Ituniv
A t u, avtiun at law 1 \V l 'riiler vs ,1
A num ber o f our young people
I Mason at Dallas.
•
I Funi, ai timi at lati Daviilsun A las. v- F
ed at the Holten, Portland W e d n e s­
were at Salem Tuesday.
M Dive, 111111111 ut law- .1 \V Gunlmi i- \-a o f this place. The score stood in fa­
1 Faints, oils, Varnish at II. R. Patterson's day.
Strani, contesi -fha- Kvlin A fu vs \V I! vor o f the Athletes.
There
are
at
present
2b!)
convicts1
Amity.
ehea]>.
Guaimi, at law
Dea Munteti vs Rilev
Mrs. Brooks, o f the Dalles, is visit­
Graham Glass, editor ofth e//c«i-
Mnnkers,
at
law
(aulii
A
llii-li
vs
.
1
D
Tetl-
in
tlic
<
>regon
penitentiary.
Fenton A Truitt, the leading merchants of ing: her brother E. ('. Peutland ofthis
A . J. Buchanan, o f Perrydale W as
er t'uris lusnrv—l-ahi I Rissi v* G W Teller, h i r, and wife were at M cM innville
Dallas, look at their stock before going else­
in town Sunday.
The board o f improvement met in at law D M Oslmni A fu vs T f ami A ovc-r Sunday.
place.
where.
James, at la« il M fu | ht vs 1. M A f
Q
regular session Tuesday evening.
'1'he political Caldron has begun to
The finest line of dress goods ever brought
Several Immigrants around hereon
SI ujht , fon1.Jusure K < Itivi t vs 1’ .1 Rruin-
L. Damon and Mart Scrafford were
boil, even in A m ity .
John McGuire, w e understand, is inaxiti. i t al ut law
Wednesday.
They
have
located
t • Polk 1 MtmO 1 to he !'• mud at t ( i . ( «id's
R Drown vs f 1.
marshalls and managers o f the day
k'.sor, at law O I1 Dvarilslvi' vs Asa Strain, among us, and report more to follow.
Mrs. Dr. Doty has lieen quite sick
the new store Dallas.
road master o f the N . G . H. U.
©
at the picnic at Independence.
at law .1 M 1 ratoll \- Juaepll Muran, equity
All goods will lie sold at
(i. Coed's new
Han. J. I). Lee spoke at Sheridan but is now Improving.
Mitm li A Dwls.ni, vi nl
A low er tariff means heavier im­ — Win Fnv'laml
A . W . Lucas, nominee for state
- Julin Funi vs Win Funi, et al Wednesday night on the political is-
store, Dallas, at prices that defy » iiqietiriun.
Dr. Green, dentist o f Pori land, is
portation.- and less home production. cmiliniiatimi
partitimi.....Vilen A Dew'S vs Duglie A Dal- -ues o f tlic day.
spending a few days in A m ity .
You should not miss the chance to examine senator on the third party ticket w ill
This year's improvement in the tun. action ut ìnw.
make a canvass o f the county.
[ this stock before purchasing elsew here.
G . M. Ntillcr, the third party can­
Tht‘ Misses Liverm ore, o f Perry-
county
w ill far exceed any previous
J. S. Waterhouse lias a full line of paints j O ur old friend, A u n t #Jane H aley
didate for congress w ill speak here dale, were in town Tuestkiy.
next week.
0 id oils, give him a rail.
year.
o
PICNIC.
celebrated her 80th birthday last K»t-
Tiie republican primaries w ill be
Fine stock of watches, clocks, jewelry, at urtluy. She is in good health.
R ipe w ild strawberries are report­ County Ti tiflicrs Association Satur-
lion. Geo. H . W illiam s w ill speak held next Saturday, and the county
• hereon Tuesday the 1.5th iiist. Let convention Monday M ay 7th.
111. 1!. Patterson's. All thawgooda arc go­
ed very plentiful in some o f the fields tluy May 26. lass.
R ev. Mcssick returned home last
rin g fast heeause they are sold cheap.
Teachers, patrons, pupils and poli­ Us give him a good crowd.
Miss Mattie Martin, of M cM inn­
Saturday from Salt creek, w here he near here.
Go to see the opening of new goods at the
A l the candidate meeting last Sat­ ville, is teaching a class in w ritin g
ticians—Simpson’s
Station on Luek-
Rev. II. I. Bitner preaches here
had been holding a meeting.
urday it was agreed not to canvass.
Knew store at Italia-
®
in the Briedwell district cast o fth is
this evening at 7;.lo, at C alvary Sun­ iamute— Excursion N arro w Gtmgc
place.
D on’t fail to go and hear Hon. Oeo.
Spring goods, late styles, arriving at II. U.
II011.
W
arren
Truitt
is
in
Portland
Railroad Social and salubrious. Lit­
day m orning at lli:b<).
tliis week.
II. W illiam s at Dallas next Tuesday
’atterson’s, Inde(iendenee.
Ed. Briedwell lias brought on a
Most all the candidates o f the diff­ erary and Lucid, lYrtinent and Pal-
( G. C iad is closing out the bankrupt evening.
The third party want to canvass. new stock of hardware, and has
atablo
President
itil,
Profe-sorial
and
erent parties have participated in
moved into the building next door |
Let them get in.
ktock of goods lately hr.night to Dallas.
A . Xoltner, o f Portland, ha- been
Pedagogical Best recitative anti elo­
south o f Hendricks store.
jacnic
speeches
at
Independence.
^Tlicy are all first class goods and must be appointed post office inspector, to
The work was commenced on the
cutionary talent o f the county pre­
Grunt Smith, son o f Si. Smith, of
ilil.
A republican rally w ill he held in
succeed Geo. Mason deceased.
sent— Speakers from abroad are e x­ foundation o f the new hotel W ednes­ this place, who has spent the last two
day.
The building when finished
O
K ings V alley on the l!>th, next Sat­
A first class jeweler is now engaged at the
pected— M u^c, vocal ai'Ol instrumen­ will lip one that our town may well veurs in Michigan Medical College,
The announcement o f John P. Ir­
■store of 11. H. Patterson. Independence.
urday. E v e ry body should attend.
iias gone to Seattle and contemplates
tal— E ve ry body invited, come early feel proud of.
ish,
w
here
he
w
ill
a
d
d
^
-s
the
pg>ple
Mi..od watch and clock repairing, (live him
practicing there.
A
«
im
p
meeting
w
ill
lie
held
on
anti stay late.
o f Oregon are out. H e w ill lie in
Sli call.
The Democrats held their primary
Mill
Creek
at
Buell’s
chapel;
b
y
the
\ ir l i » liciti-.
Go and see the bankrupt stock of goods ut Southern Oregon to-day, M ay 12th.
\ last Saturdav. John Briedwell was
M. E. o'hurch on Friday, M ay 2bth,
Dallas. They must h ■ sold in the next (it)
Itriitirport U r.io tliiig ».
M rs. W in . Dawson, left for San
Every body is going to the Repub­ nominated for justice and 1). Spring­
1888.
Bays. Now is the time to get giwxl bargains. Francisco Thursday.
She goes to
V in a Gilbert has gone to live at lican rally in K ings V alley on the er fhr constable in this precinct. They
tilth inst.
The little girl of F . S. Barzce, who d acie" Reuben < ¡ lazes.
held their county convention W 1 1 I-
■•iK.vtacli's properly fiKUiseil and aeeuratc- care for her grand children, who
tiesdav. Dr. Goueher, o f A m ity , re-
ly fitted at II. It. Patterson's Indejicudunce. were left without a mother last week has been quite sick the past two
W
e
would
ju
dge
the
political
cam­
J. J. Brow 11 is now at G. G. R ow -
paign has begun for the democratic ceiveil the nomination for treasurer,
weeks, is now thought to he some j ell’s saw mill w orking the plainer.
If very jiair sold fully guaranteed.
by the death o f Mrs. Curley.
«
and Dr. Smith for coroner.
bottle is being handed around quite
1 Shelly and Vunduyn arc in the lead with
better.
Mrs. Geo. Chirk, ofSalt Crook, had
the largest stock of general merelumdise in
J. II. W e a v e r has started for the freely.
The second annual tree planting by j mines on the Santiam. H e left last
Independence. Their prices compare with the misfortune to have her arm bro­
Oak Dale.
There i- a tough looking crowd of
Blie times uud all go ids arc warranted first
M is- Retta Slireve returned from
ken, w h ile riding along the road one the N o rm al class w ill be held to-day. Saturday.
boys around A irlie this week hut
■hlSS.
The class have selected an Oregon
A ripe w ild strawberry was pick­ they are all good Matured, \thieh Salem last Monday.
I tin tu Dallas and g. ■t the advantage's of the of the wheels o f the vehicle struck a
ed hy the roadside on the l-l of May. -peeks well lor them.
Ikiw prices, that the new stock nf goods are stump and she was pitched to the cedar.
.1. J. Drown tailed on our Literary
W ak e up Southern Oregon.
I*' lig el iseli nut at. This is the lirst time ground.
W e understand J. G. McGuire lias society last Saturday evening and
A new post office, to hcQknown as
A . well attended singing was held has been appointed superintendent intuit'some able remarks which were
"in Polk county that new goods were ever
Haylam l, w ill he established nine
The sentence o f W in . L . M cK inney
o f the it. It., and all the lmys are e x­ acceptable.
. «old as cheap. Now is your time.
miles west o f Grand Bolide nftxt at G . V. G ardiner’s last Sunday eve­
pecting a tin car next Monday. No-
ning.
N
ext
Sunday
we
folks
sing
at
sent
to
the
penitentiary
from
Polk
J. G. Farley the road supervisor,
■ Thousands of ladies say it is the best they
month.
b idy will care mu li if the cash ac­ of this district is getting tlic roads
F. Butler’s.
ever used. They mean the White sewing county on Novem ber 1, 1887, for as­
The contract for building the new j A bridge across the Luckiumutc companies tiie car.
in very good condition.
liiacliinis— you will find them at Duster A sault w ith intent to kill, w as eont-
Baptist
church ut Independence lias between W . E llis'- and Thom pson’s
A new pair o f boxing gloves was
Vernons. Independence, brick block.
A n d re w Mure, of Salem was here
Tuesday by G ov. Pennoyer, the rea­
been aw arded to Parker & Furgeson *s much needed, as the ford is rocky by im means sparingly used at the Monday.
Dr. Waterhouse of this place has made son assigned iieing the recommenda­
and dangerous.
idcpot
porch last Sunday evening.
ffi Dme remarkable cures of had eases of
V . S. Thompson has sent in a hill
*
tion 1©' the district attorney and a o f that place.
A ll o f t h e boys took their turn in
i
Our
creamery
has
commenced
m>-
t|irunic female complaint; he cures every large petition.
The annual meeting nf the stock­
getting stretched on the floor, with a for a new house. It look very sus­
i
oration
for
the
season.
Buttermilk
picious.
eu-e, even after physiciuns have given them
holders o f tiie Portland A W illa m ­ free on churning d a v - to holders of bloody nose or a black eye.
I I. H . H ew itt,
the
nominee
uj
t.'urres]Kindeiuv solicited.
Oak dale boys have organized a
ette V a lle y It. R. Go. w ill I k - held in stock.
F. D. McCain the train dispatcher base lu ll club and are ready to play
for prosecuting attorney for this
B Parties contemplating building, will do
Portland «m the ll)th o f June.
Our O d s k . k v k k ought to be in Dal­ tif tin Narrow Gauge system, paid any club in the state over <> ft. tall.
district 011 the republican ticket,
w. ell to consult l’.urzce and Rolicrtson, and
las by 8 a. in. Saturdays, as that is us a visit last Sunday, for tin pur-
Im
provem
ents
¡ire
noticed
0:1
e
v­
was here last Saturday. Mr. H ew itt
The debuting society closed last
But the
tli i’ie prices on shingles, sash uml doors.
our mail day, otherwise we get them po-c of swinging trout.
is an Oregon hoy, and a brother of ery hand.
a week stale which w e do not like. most important feature o f his visit Saturday night with a very good
■ Note the following specialties at
A ll w ho are in favor o f h avin g an See to this please Bro. Doughty.
was liis remarking that “ The same programme and had very utile re­
our neighbor, Dan Hew itt, w ho lives
8 I1 dlv A Vnnduyns: lb inch cmhroi-
one
cured sow is here yet that used marks from some o f the memliers of
old
fashioned
fourth
o
f
July
celebra­
Another proof o f an early booming to be here when I was here six years the society.
■ t skirting, Newport scarfs, chiniles a few miles south o f town. H e has a
W e hope they w ill
tion
in
Monmouth
this
year
A
.
1).
spring.
To-day
2nd
day
o
f
M
,
chinile coni, fancy ornaments for ta- thorough legal training and a large
ago,” which shows that Mr. McCain come with a free good will and help
bh
irt-, etc.
experience.
H is professional and 1888, w ill please arise and remain seven teams sought o.ir saw mill i .r has a fonti remembrance for all bis it along when w e ’meet t h » 2nth.u
lumber. C. G. lay in wait f o r ’em old friends, however, lie was mistak­ Oct.
X. V. Z. L.
personal qualifications are such that standing until counted.
.Mrs. LaR ansieurCity Bazaar
and tilled ’em up.
en in the sow.
Independence, hits a nice lot
a majority w ill vote for him in pre­
H on. C’. W . Fulton, for presiden­
Lines remembered by me (corres­
o f Indies muslin underwear, hosiery, ference to Mr. Belt next 4th o f June.
N o rm al N otes.
tial elector on the republican ticket, pond with another poet) on picking
gloves, mits, collars,cuffs; gents neck
C o rv a llis .
1
lim
n b y c. a. j u n k s .
Wear, handkerchiefs, socks; also, sta-
A man hy the name o f Frank and ex-senator Hlator, addressed a j up tm Indian arrowhead,
J. II Collins was culled home!
ti. tncry, hooks, croquet sets, notions Smith, last Tuesday became quite large crow d at the picnic grounds, j | “ Once Indians in thi vale.
“ <>h, I had sia'li a nice buggy rido
Lurked and tit and bled.
We.lnts lay on account o f sickness.
innumerable.
( ’.ill before purchas-
Sunday’*— M av W .
“ I didn ’t” —
Both N o w , the inhabitants ar< white
boisterous at Independence, when Thursday at Independence.
( ing eLsewhere.
Pres. Arnold made a flying trip to Dottle II.
these
men
arc
good
speakers,
and
j
Marshal Bohannon went to arrest
W ith nary red.”
SaK-ni Monday on college business.
S rriic c 'lehratetl broadhead dress
(i. 11. says he appreciates the fa­
were heartily cheered hy the audi­
Our critic further extracts from the
« m i ls just rcccivt'd direct from the him he struck the marshal on the
vor o f a lady friend in sending h im u
The
senior
class
o
fth
e
S.
A
.
Col
I coming work called “ Salt R iv e r a
foctory at Shelly & Vanduyns. Col­ arm w ith a knife inflicting quite a ence. •
leg«* for 18. 88, consists o f the ten fol- IT* ''.V .. hut hash fulness prevents
or- absolutely guaranteed.
Best severe wound. A fter striking Mr.
A t the county candidates meeting Musing” (see la-; weeks O iisf . u v l k ; , low ing named person-: J. A . Col­ him from -suggesting that he would
the following: Another peculiarity
« » » I - for the money.
Bohannon started to run hut was hold at Dallas last Saturday it was
lins, Ira Allen, \V. W . H all, W . S. like also a wearer.
I noticed with respect to the dw ell­
Don't fail to hear the address o f
overtaken after a brief chase. He agreed not to m ake a regularcanvass ings on Salt R iver is their shape, Mock, Annie ami Jennie Lilly, M ary
Newton, .Jessie and Lillie Groves Prof. M. J. Lane, o f Salem, in the
showed fight and had to be knocked o f the county. The reasons assigned , that o f an extinguisher, conical, with
Farm For Sale.
and Gertrude Davis. A good class chapel at I p. in. to-day. The pro­
I l > . W . Driskel offers his 1 (to acre dow n a couple of times before he are left with the leading candidates1 I an arrangement whereby you can en-1 that w ill bean honor to the school. fi-sur k now - how to interest an au­
fit; >11 for sale. Situated three-fourths would submit to arrest. Yesterday o f the parties. A s all ¡ire well known Iter and pull the holt in after you. Gomnieiiceiiieut day will be on the dience.
o f ¡t mile west of the State N o rm al afternoon he was arraigned before throughout the county, the result Several new dwellings are in course <>th o f June.
o f erection with the names o f future
Miss M ay W oodbu ry Im- resigned
School building. It is an excellent
Hon. Tim-. E. (fewthorn treasurer the honors of the valedictory and J.
Justice Lines, w aved examination will likely prove as well.
occupants (tainted up, hut 0111 of deli-
tTo t o f land with good im prove-
I eaey I retrain from givin g these ofth e State Board o f Regents o fth e W . Daw-on was elected to take her
i*i"nts. For further particulars ad- and was Itound over to await the act­
A curi >us illustration, showing
Agricultural College, received SI I,-
ion o f the grand ju r y which meets how easily names are changed, is aw ay. Free trade is carried out fully, 250 from the treasurer o f the Gnited place.
d r '- s him at the post office.
none hut articles o f foreign muimfuc-
Messrs. Ed Morgan and F ra n k
next week. H e was taken to Dallas found in the ease o f a small stream ture arc allowed to lie expo-til for States, Iieing the payment due Ore­
gon for an experimental station in Vanattn, o f Halsey, attended chapel
und lodged in jail.
sale;
the
whole
population
is
ohlig-
and Itsvally in Polk county, Oregon.
exercises Monday.
MIKRKK. •
cd to work on the land, with the connection with the Agricultural
The early French settlers called it I-a
[ w o Ynqnin n Ba>
Sunday-School
natural Jesuit that wages are only 4 ‘tillege of the I ’. S.
Pres. Stanley gave us two very in­
Creole.
Careless ears caught tiie 25c. (wr day,' wheat only 25c. per
l » V (jtifirrel. mid One R i l l - the Otli-
Tht* contractors arc givin g our city teresting lectures, in chapel this week
Ki'imliMcaii L e a g u e of L o l a .
ir V F o l d lilo o d A Hu i r.
sound partially, and reproduced It bushel and binders from
totloun hall a general overhauling. A good alwait bis trip to California.
On last Saturday afmut fifty per­
Ati 18 year old son o f A . W .
RieiTr*-!.
Spoken hastily or indis­ each. The bearing o f this observa­ open; house litis for a number of
A nutntxT of Norm.dltes went to
'right and IIy e a r old son <>t F. W . sons were present in the town hall in tinctly, the sim ilarity o f sound is tion lies in its application. More in year- I eeii a long felt want and we Salem Tuesday. Most o f them w ere
our next.
iller, Isitli near Yaquina City were Kola. Hon. J. G. A llen occupied the
arc glad that our town Is to have it I lilies. W e expect to sin * a tine dis­
very apparent, and it is not, as y< t
the same class at Sahlmth-school, chair and Mr. R uble was secretary
A foregone conclusion— the hand soon.
play o f new spring bats next Sun­
certain
which
w
ill
lie
the
Until
appel­
hen the teacher a.-k young W righ t
W e are glad to-ee our Polk county day as that '«s ins to lx' the main ol>-
o f fate observe:
nf
the League. Mr. E. G. Pentium),
A question* which he could not an—
lation.— Pacific.
farmer- com» to Corvallis to get bar­ je t o f tlic visit to the capital.
M G
DEE
B « r; but which young M iller inline- candidate for school siqit. addre -sil
gain- in the grocery line from A . F.
II
A It It
Prof. E. B. M e E lroy state school
The long talktsl o f gam e o f base
d# itelv answered correctly.
After the menilM rs, briefly commenting on
Hlrschner, the leading grotvr.
P t > W E L L
ball Ix'tween the Athletes and the
■»liool had closed the W right Imy the imjMirtance o f educational work superintendent, i- m aking prelim in­
S
M in i
Fine strings o f mountain trout are Dallas nine was played at Dallas last
ary arrangements to hold the State
B is ld e d ” the M iller Isiy about Is'ing
D I ’T L
E
it
in the county o f Polk Iieing kept up
Iieing
carried in frequently from the Saturday afternoon. The Dallas bat­
no much “ smarter” than he. The
Teachers’ Institute at Salem, July
M CLI
N « ii
-m all streams near town.
tery was H o w e pitcher, and M c K e y
M ller I m » v went into a passion; but to its present standard. K. T I latch •5th to 7tli inclusive; and also to at-
«iteller; tht* Athlete baitcrv was
1 tUd nothing at the time. A week candidate for senator ultlrtssttl the
City
election
M
onday
resulted
a-
ST
O
F
F
E
R
peed without their seeing each oth- Lcagueon correct issues. Mr. E .C . t *nd the National Teachers Institute
follow«: N o. o f votes 282; for Mayor lli»k s Fenton pitcher, and lloiace
F
IS H E R
A fter Salibath School, Sunday, Fisher candidate for Representative at Nan Francisco during the w«*ek
i»r. J. It. L* n *, 251; Marshal, James Littlefield catcher. H arry G o s | x t , of
a y (ith, voting W righ t jokingly
commencing July Kith.
The pro­
Dunn,
ID*, A . It. Pyg.dl, bto; Tress, Dellas was chosen umpire, nine inn­
P
K
N
T
L
A
X
D
ked the M iller boy if he was ready s|Mike o f the tariff Issues ami the fessor is a live and energetic educat­
G O
I. M. Porter. 15!), I. Linger 101; Re­ ings were nlaytsl, which resulted In
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settle their difficulty. “ Yes, you need o f hard work b y the party.
corder, W . St Glair, 281, M. L . Pipe- a victory for tin* Athletes, the senre
CAM PDF E
1.
si S— o f h—
said young Miller, Mr. I. S. Smith nominee for sheriff or and is hound that Oregon shall
11 Alderm an l-t ward, L. ( ). W il- Iieing ¡Mi to 2t> in favor o f the A th ­
ETCH C M
K
letes.
*
d stepping up to the former, drew w as culled for and stated that if eleet- not lag in educational work. lam g
EGLI S
son s5 2nd ward J. It. Dryson *0.
'■ase knife, shar]H'ned to a |s>int,
may he w ave.
Voter-
on
4th
o
f
next
June.
T w o o f our latlv students have the
Friday the school, society and many
•idently for the purjiose, and run it 1 1 I hi' proniiseil to serve the |»enple to
mcitsles and it senior, who escorted
friends
were
sorrowfully
struck
by
the
heat
o
f
his
ability.
H
on.
W
a
r
­
'e inches into young W rig h t’s left
the n ew - o f a telegram announcing one o f them home after prayer meet­
east, just above the heart, severing ren Truitt in a speech o f an hours
t i r o I I . W illia m * .
A large crowd attendisi the mutch
the death o f B. F. Collins. M r Col­ ing week ago last Wednesday even­
e large artery running into the length fully discussed the third par­
Hon.
G
in ». II. W illia m - will ad­ game o f UiLl at tliis piuco F riday eve­ lin- was a menilHT of the 1880 college ing, siN'ins very solicitous over the
ngs. from the effects of which the
class, and a diligent student and |x»s- parting at the gate. She hail the
nr boy diiil in a verv few moments, ty and pre-ent administration. Mr. dress the (»enple on the (mlitical issue ning.
measles at the time hut did not know
- c -.- in I o f many noble attributes.
vo or three other lmys witnessed Pearce wascalled for ¡iml respimded o f the day at Dallas on Tuesday the
it, and he has never had them.”
M i-- Minnie Gleu.-on, w h o return­
affair. A coroner’s ju ry found with sound repuhlican sentiment. 15th ir.st. at 7;.'fi p. m.. Mr. W i l ­
On W ednesday al »out lOFtn a large [M iss
D in 1 An kn ey and Donnie
ed to her home not long ago, is now
deceased came to his dinth by The meeting w a« enthusitLstic and
crowd gat hens I ¡it tin* county jail Thompson are the ladies referred to
teaching at Palouse City W . T.
liam
-
1-
an
anient
repuhlican,
unti
is
Ifu! murder at the hands o f young 1 ,
t o - in - H enry M iller, the hoy* who as having the met isles but w e are at a
The League meets again am ong the foremost orators o f the
Miss W im b e rly , a student, w h o killed Elm er W rig h t at the t>ay with loss to know w h o that unfortunate
iller. Th<' affair mused a genuine int«w t i n *
in tw o week son Mnv 11th, at ¡1 p. m. land. G o to h iar him.
sation all over the Ikiv country.
has l»een quite sick Is im proving.
a ground case knih'.
“ senior” fs.J