Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927, June 09, 1888, Image 3

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    where a platform and seats were mi-
pro vims I, and all »sudd hear. The
aildress lasteil two hours and the best
INtldMicd
Every
Saturday.
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o f attention was given during the en­
tire delivery. It was remarked by
L. titwn of Monraoutli U situateti in thè
ni' thè rie!»est i>urt of l‘<>lk coiwty.
m any, that it was the finest effort
nilie snuth of thè oi.unty »vnt, Dalla.-,
they had ever h in n l. The orator did
______aiul .un-Itali' mili-* w.«t . .f theth riv -
.Of
0f Iwdcpeiidcni ...... . 1
not s[« ak of the democratic party in
of "Vi r K«> Mio l"' «ti"lt ¡- i*
term
s that any one could take ol
■ fu i otto, «il a rid i rolliug prairie, ami
Timral hoalthl'uli.aw, thè «ite is all tli.it
fciisc at; and hi> argument did Iris,
j be »li-ircl. Monmoutli otTen» inuny
up alive. The s[»eeeh was closed b\
uiiittlio’» '' •( « t« in i • ! a'i usi any cn-
uriànvttc'ltoi "iifi‘r witli ouroiti/.i u*
[laying a iM’autifid and touching trib
1,
33,
N O . 14.
li
i «Je to the ladies, and the crowd was
and
dismissed. After the dose the speuk- Evsryt-
^ ^ P lio n -l'itv u:i. v. . :U<I a»
.i.lvirti>itul
of farmers in town this w'eek.
u n ."
er was surrounded bv the crowd c ’’
A G R IC U LT U R A L.
llein en ibcr the closing entertain­
anxious to -bake hands with hin
f Obicrver finir nuintli» l'or óttets.
ment of the public school Ju n e sth.
The band of tld* phut» \v;J,S(g| 1 2fij ;
Th« ling of General Interesólo a Devoted to the Interests of Farmen
Decoration day was appropriately music at the grange pii.SA.
oU“ en
Condensed Fora.
linsines» Mention.
and Stockmen.
observed in many o f the valley towns, • Grove on the Hth and !•*$[ jo .,. [ j2 | ; w orks.
Af
I, T. Mamili tlio »kiitint, ut Dalla».
A num ber from here attended the
A little son of I.vioHK<i25 00.
, , J t boat U.
" j 11 *Pe,;d , 2: * X)ITmo7 ,.i,n
Saving the cream daily until enough
sjieeeh by Jo h n F . Sw ift at Dallas w ith quite a s c r l o u ^ H i o .; feed,
J. C. Worth's line itrc enes.
44 of. uing the levee along the Umatilla for a , huniing has ¿cum ulated is
L ,l olir neu advertisements this week,
Tuesday evening.
ef.
<Jy. He was pia’
wrong. The be»t butter is made from
ijfl.,. K. M. A. store has new tt>s«L'.
A rth ur W ilson, o f the printing
The
fall
wheat
is
now
heading
out.
1
be wife and child of Hon. J .
cream that lias been recently removed
hors*»*
when0
tic
fi4
o0
«i
15
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di
Minowav A Cooper hardware meti In»l • [jrnl of ( ’rollli« ‘ A W ilson, Salem • ’ Fro
R cnm
Burnett, of Douglas county, are very j from the milk.
rom every
t»ve
w here in th i com ity on tin- s i g
‘
¿ V ' Brass, 1 Dei
, 11 sick.
enee.
Q
paid the O i s e u v k r office a call comes the encouraging words o f a seven
A gxai deal is said about the ‘‘dairy
WO'.lO ; Ri ll CloVlT, ^ ’ O
fill* latest in the jew e lry line at Tuesday.
W. I \\ ataon, of Toledo, fell from , form” of the cow. But it must not be
tine crop prospect.
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h..Urtine»
on
wll.r-l.
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s
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«."»Vine»
itry l ’atterson’s.
for granted that every »»gular
Decoration day, Ma\® 30th, P re s
Monmouth is a town o f [.leasant
ent
ist
rv
first
class
wofk
done
hv
I.
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a
good milker, and every smooth,
8il«
Stanley fkvored the students with a homes. W here a people take u pride o
it at llalla.*.
it-lined cow a poor one.
In»
1 very practical m em orial address at in their homes it betoken- tie’
r-.iu.t-. "il-. Vana-!' a' H. H. I‘.t!tev-"i. -
t the hen is set and process of
the t’httpfl exercises.
prosperity but content
tion begun, it is desirable that
P#P-
W e acknowledge a pleasant call
ig disturb the hen. Every pre-
A lady in this vil*
ei,ton A Truitt, the lending m en liant» o f
las, look at their stock before going else this week from Messrs. II. T . H atch, thirteen eggs, •
n should be taken to keep her
( steadily until time for the eggs
Mi’Oioy, Jon ath an Stouffer, of Balls- chickens hate’
1
f o r tine w atch w ork go to U. X .
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oh.
ton, and F ran k Butler o f Syracuse.
‘•egg-anil ”
fau t a t II . B . d ’a tterso n ’s.
ording
to some experiments re­
G. J , Tetlrow starts n ex t Monday ¡ The
fh(. finest line "filiv— L’ .,"O > V,TI'MUL'ht
made in Holland, cattle fed on
|l’"lk county are to bo , iA at C. d. <’ >a I > u:i his visit to Ohio, Illinois and ’ NV
itli other ft»od increased in live
Peiinsyl van®. li e will be gmiVtwo
t more than those fed with en-
i new store Dallas.
those fed with eu ilago
til goods will he sold at < (¡. fow l's new m onthPand we \vislQtim0 a pleasant
->r,
norc and better butter,
o. Dallas, at pril l’s that defy com petition, t i p .
r, saudv^oil should not he left
tm >li,.nld not miss the ......... .. i " < xam iiic
W illard A dkins is cam|iing ou
titrated”" Carefully prepare the
Is stock beftg pan haaing ci-. win •
the L uckiainute Falls now, with
Wv to buckwheat, and plow the
Hood man and Doutv have four hope of deriving some benet*
vheat under when I lie crop is iu
Davis” sewing lnaclmit s, which
m . In thi* way the h H ' u j i
ley tire otfering O cost for the n e x t health. W e wish he m ay re
ally l.e made productive,
O
lirty days in order to elos * them good result.
aw stakes around a young tree,
it
)t. * They are iirst class, call and 1
“
A m i9iU
‘r I^ tb e fri9ndsa*i
Barbed
wire wrapped around the
them .
O
o
. j M unihy gave jg|m a plea
*, will protect trees from animals,
H.l S. WaterUouso haa n füll li ■ of peints
pri-Vone
evening last weck
-T i
this method fruit trees may )>e
il tülj*, k ’ ivc hiiü a f üll.
ed in a field given up to stock.
joyable
evening
was
passi
¿o to aeö the opening
new gootla at the
Qhrmn or buhach will kill the
itO und playing games.
w störe at Dalja*.
tree W'jyns.
With a bellows
I lev. B ^ O of III i ' O - ’
1 Thos.0 liaiiS!'>ekJ at theOFarm ers
t^jc powder into the nests (or
lnpply TtepoMir»' nohby and chea[>. excellent sermon here
ter four o’clock in the afterc
—the later the better— foi°tbe
C. (i. Coad is closing ottt the bankrupt Mr. Boggs is near so y
sQ iD then be in the nPsts. The
•k of goods lutely brought to Dullus holds up well in bis «
o O O o
© 011 &.& them instantly.
licy arc all fe st da— g"'«!* aml tuU-t l.e , |,it|s fair vet to SJietlk
{©ti££liould uot be in the same
Did.
Mrs. F . S. Harzee
*ii every season.
By having
| (io and sec tile bankrupt st ick o f g.n>< ..Pat ! V ict^ R i, are sojourn 0
0 o
movable much valuable manure
alias. They imtst he »old in the n e x t 60 I Marion county. M i-
©cured from the saturated
lays. Now is the time to pet go«"I bargains,
Ifj'ouud the old sites, while the
sp en d t P ‘ m o O p a r t
ivery pair O ’d WH>' guaranteed.
V> to frflwh places will greatly
Stiecftcles pry> rlv idctis-eil and " U b bu itd- A d r
ote cleanliness and health.
keciirately fitted at H en ry Uatter-Ou’s. jl.o iit Salem .
B not best in gjanting young or-
Every pair warranted. No tito m ' ° S. W . P. Bi«© tn
s to trust to laU’ls or to memory.
late.
Q ay fail. Tiie o^Jy sure way to
m em orial sermon t
M e -r s Barzeo & Bobertsrm :ir«‘ fill last Sunday. O il
trees are planted is to
n<* ui> their Monmouth store With a
V
record
at the time of laying
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Ine line o f goods; ¡iinonj oth er that city united in
xh.Qd out in a map and murk-
things we notice a nice lot of Wall MurgatjOyd read
n tli0 t eacli vari©y.
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1’ow ellPte tir»t [ira
©oliiplying very scarce and dear
lies of [Hitutoes, gardeners plant
You can get firP class c c d P shill- the closing prayer
yes in hot beds eHrly, placing in
fles from Goodman and Douty, In- ty voices led tbOs
toil, and from each eye will get
vénd em e.
¿vas decorated ta-
O
d plants. These may be set out
llert!*v Patterson lias Just received i ,„„[ draped in
e i q n ground, and cultivated
. new* stock of a ll^ ie latest tlQV.’i « . -
n n|' Bev. I f
out as potatoes planted in t) e
in tl. ‘ jew elry line. .No ol«fego<.,|s in
q
w&y.
ids stock. Drop in and exam nO 1,1' ' ■>
O
ere are a good many cattle com-
them .
1” v^ h n ‘Pt
ut of their barns and stables this
[ Shellv and Y..mluvn arc in the lc;i 1 w : ’ '¡ o n to o u r P
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g with tiie hair rubbed off in
• iStlic largest
largest stock o f general merchandise o '* the I « i n k o f
° ‘r0
■ndepcüdenóu.
Th«&
coiu[*re , with
Qlaces.
Whether it be barn
™.....epeiidei-.
*..... prices
r
.
■the times and all goods are warranted hrst moistened ey
or some other minute parasite,
of thOfeeling:
¥ela*s.
O
Id fashioned cure is tiie best :
I
to Dalla- ami get the advantage» ^ th c
ler and Drd well «applied, This
l)U|jng
tl
low pr:0 ' . that the new stin-k of goods arc
is all of them. °
l.c9,g closcl out at. This is the first time j ers «O 1 ap
a sample of sweet cream is di-
in Polk county that new eo,..t> uere c\, © work on t>
, and both parts are kept at a
K sold O
0 hea’O
ron, 1 A. H / n
*ble temperature for ripening,
vj Now is your time.
(J
he air is excluded from one and
T he “OslMirm?” mower has an im -O c. Pentiti kJ
e x p o s u r e given to the other,
rovement
tins
year
vyltjch
is
lar
t^rliou.-^
O
prov
O
J im set S jjn le y
wm sour at the same time, but
[ alleati of anything. Call >i aind
O
them at Goodman and Doiny’s In ­
Ö
: will only 1« increased in tiie
O
I »OttglJft
xposed to tiie air. Churning the
dependence.
O
O
O o
.arts will show thi*
Thousands ofladh -c.y it '0tiielK.»st they B .
e pcp[>eriiiint growers of Wayne
ever lis ts i.
mean the White sewing and
O
ty, N. Y., where three-fourths of
machin.s— you will find them at Duster «V
'orld’s oil is produced, are com­
Vernons, Independence, l.rick block.O
O
ing tiiat the prospects this »ea-
Dr. Waterhouse of th^ |>latv lias made
ire
the worst for twenty years,
some rtOarkal.le cures of laid case» of
©
ran
say tiiat Japanese oil is now be-
chronic female complaint; lie cure» every 4 Vi.
jld in America at such rates that
case, even after physicians have given them# *'■ 1
O
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inner large profits from tiie busi-
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O
up. CorresiKindence solicited.
O
are grea’.ly lessened.
Parties contemplating building, wi'l -tic- Ot
not now trim shrubbery that
©
us on 1 ist year’s wood, if you de-
Well to ronsult Burzee and P.ol>crt»nn,
oc
©
d.undance of 11 >wers. The best
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d Pie prices on sliingles, sasl. and d.s.r-. ^
is to cut out the old and weak
Note the following specialthep
immediately after llowering. A
Shelly A V’antluyns: 4d inch ‘‘ikffroliusing
ious thinning, if too large and
dcr skirtin g, Newport scnrl's,
tli7-
a head remains, will improve
chinilc cord, fancy ornom Woodman’s and
MO Mil CAA IME IM MUi, AM «A »IM. —
pounaeu oui e.ixo wan a nanu mor- i me quality of the flowers, but to cut
et high, causing death.
Ins
appointed
a
committee
to
prose­
U eaM rih ,etc.
jieo.
it hti-. ...
,
.
—We believe no or.e has yet secured tar in one day, and think they have back the whole head is not the best
cute him in the Hupreme Couit.
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an
instantaneous photograph of a kiss, plently of that kind of rock
way in America.
self binders -lmuhl .• .11 *el
/ ^ n y , , « » n , . allot
. . Ins
. wile in
. tiie
, i A former employe of the California ’Cause why? 'Cause the old lingering
A new depot and warehouse is
The garden »houli! be near the
il„l.m
„
*“ t U Southern railroad named Ix»ng was variety is more popula/ . —Burlington \ building at Central Point for the (). A bouse but free from shade.
new “ Osborne” at Gt proiidbead
Dniatllit :i»l ne8,i. a 11 ])eat
Set no
Death
was
instantaneous
in
Douty’s, Indejienden^ I direct p Ibt.tli casts. '
caught in the act of misplacing1 a Free Frets.
C.
railroad.
The
building
will
be
20x
trees
of
any
kind
in
the
kitchen
gar
The cam e of the tragedy switch in the yards at National City,
m any new lm jirovi
—Landlord»—“ T re called to tell you, 60. »nd contains an office, waiting den. Have it laid out so that as much
tircly new road
Cal., autl arrested. It is claimed he
n ru r tl’iJR ' wat‘
**>*-
idget, that I’m going to raise your room * n<l » “rehouse ; slso a sidetrack work as possible may be done by horse­
Fire in the medical department of was trying to wreck a train in revenge Bridget,
The celebrated nrpiy»
a »
rent.”
Brid je t —“ Glad to hear it, platform 680 feet long, and is to be power. A sandy loam is the best soil
the
university
at
Philadelphia,
de-
for being dischaiged.
goods just m-eivt'd w r) he,rd T~
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to be alK)ut
com- for most vegetable*.
Use no green
sorr.
Faith
. I can’t ru'sH
ra.se it nJncif
I i finished
^ in first-class
(o(, style,
bu„inMa
valuable pathologal
factory a tS h . lly A-
A boiler in the works of the Sacra­ Texas 8'flings.
manure in the garden. The standard
ors absolutely guatg,;. -
I lie gpecimena, wax mi dels and delicate mento (Cal.) Woo) Pullery exploded
the 1st of July. The town site owner
—Lightning never strikes twice in pays tor the building and the salary of fertilisers are good Use wo si ashes
instruments, winch will be difficult to
goods for the money.
with terrific force. The building was
the same place. Neither does a mule. the agent for two year», who will be freely and slops from the hr. use. The
replace. Loss to building onlo |10,-
a wooden structure, was 32x40 feet in
secret of succe*s in gardening, as in
Mrs. L n llan sieu r(*f
The
reason of this ia because the place appointed by the company.
erritip in 000.
dimensions, and was literally blown to
courtship lies in *m ill attentions fre­
Independence, hu-*n
While the officers were all at dinner pieces.
A warrant was sworn out before quently and steadily bestow.-d.
of ladies muslin linden*. i.) Court.
The men being at dinner, is never there after the first strike.—
Drake's M agazine.'
gloves, m lts, collafs,cu ffs, one of thieves kicked in a window of the there was no loss of life.
Justice Lyons of Fox Valley, Linn
Mr. D. B Widr, says he nan solved
- “Night-caps are coming Into favor county( c [,arging Mart Hmitli, his j the problem of the plum o u t ulio. A
wear, handkerchiefs, s r k §tolen Pratt County Bank, at Pratt, Kas ,
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H. 8 . Wheeler, recently employed again,” aay the faahion journala Blcai
and got away with |4,016, all in cur­
tloneiry, bonks, enxiuet se*
! brother, and another man,
whose I j lV xture of on pound of Paris green,
innumerable, ( all beim A t the rency. Precaution had been taken to by the government in the construc­ those innocent fashion writers; “night­ name could not be learned, rith the t ? London purple, and sixty gallons
tion
of
ligiithou*
s
on
the
Oregon
ing elsewhere,
1 nuuiti r l>artly turn the combination of the
caps” have never been oat of favor. attempted murder of Charles Thomas, „( water »prayed over the trees jnst
coast, dropped dead of heart disease Aak the bartenders. — Boston Globe.
safe.
two weeks since.
They are now in before blossom buds shall open, then
at Alameda, Cal. Deceased who was
— “How would I advise you to be­ custody. The Smiths arc enemies of a »[.raying of soap emulsion two weeks
William Kein iston, an old faimer
a member of the Masonic order, is
J . G. ( raw rord of ( •• ‘' the n o s- 1,1 North Booth Bay, Maine, was nim- about 56 years of age, and a widower. gin?” responded aa old aetsr to an as­ the Thomaae», and are supposed to be later, with a third spraying about
pirant tor stage glorias. “Well, the leaders of the vigilance committe June 10th, will effectually destroy the
tM ’s gallerv of Albm«|’
dered by Llewellyn (juimbjr, aged 20.
A three-story brick building owned best plan is to begin like a good din­ saorn to exterminate them or make , cureulio, as well as kill leaf lice, aphis
The murderer was captured after a
gallery ut thi- place ffc*
them leave the country.
til the 12th of Ju n e
desperate fight, during which he re- by toe Hliaron estate, and occupied by ner; with the supa.*'—V. T. Trxbune.
and other injurious insects.
»yed in
of taking the gnulii
Bennett camp, No. 8, Indian War
ceived a severe scalp wound from a the Wert Coast Furniture Co., burned
There are in America over 4 000,000
—The milky way— “ Hoi’ on. bey'
Hodges, of »hot fired by A. H. Kenniston, his at 8 an Francisco.
klnils o f [ihotogm
The loss to the Don’t put no water in dem cans to­ Veterans, near Halem, have elected tl e farms, large and small.
They cover
and out rlot.r vl
building is estimated at f5G,000. Tint day. Fill 'em np wld snew. Dal's d# following officers: John G. Wriglu, nearly $0000,000 acres of improved
"he childn n victim’s son.
views will be » Jtl
A terrible tragedy is reported from Furniture Co.’s loss is $15,000, insur- tame oelor aa da milk, an' ws must be captain; Joh n Savage, first lieutenant; land, and their total value is »ome.hing
quite a
pnunptness.
W
O-ceola,
Ark. A widow named Allen ante $10,000. A finely wrought cabi-
N. R. Doty, second lieutenant; T. C. [ike $10,000,000,000. These figures
clai** work. P I« llk lirtn k . It was ravi*hed and murdered, and her net intended to hold cereals to be sent jes aa hones' as ws kin, wheasver we Shew, orderly sergeant; K. H. Piper, are not, of course, veiy comprehensive,
gitde
chanoe.”
—
Harper's
Baser.
W e use the in
l! en a great 16 year-old boy and 10-year-old girl to the Hydney exposition from this
commissary sergcantj_ l>. C. Thomas, They simply convey the idea of vast­
and cun m ake
ing on the were fatally injured, by four mis- State, and valued at $2.000, was de
—The old adage is good in these color bearer; Wm. Town»end, muai ness of area and equal vast ness of im­
cloudy weather
them leaves creanta. Four young white farmers »troyed. The furniture factory of A. days of progress and innovation: “De cian . E. J . Chambers, corporal of the portance. The estimated value of the
in Monmouth on
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the piir]M»M» of mu •• ju n ip up, who attended a dance in the neigh­ Johnson, and the carpenter shop of not be the first by whom the new is guard; delegate»’ to tiie state encamp- yearly products of these farms is Ini-
C’R\wi»nd Atrike the borhood Saturday night have been ar­ John Cuff, adjoining, were damaged teiod, nor jo t the ieet ta m it the old *vient, krank U, Hmith and T. C tween $2,000,000,000 and $3,000,000,-
Shaw.
to the exteut of $1 000.
rested on suspicion.
000.
« lore paws.
astila
Iiaiy,
k County Observer.
Personal Mention.
E »S. CattlOll Went to 1’ortluJUl 1 u-
day.
J . ( !. Crawford, the artist o f Al­
bany is doing our town.
Mr. Hauglunun who left here for
Faster» Orogon u few weeks ago re­
turned W ednesday.
lio n , W arren T iu itt uddmved the
republican elub very acceptably last
Tuesday night.
Prof. 11. F , M ulkey, whose school
closed at MeCoy last week, was in
town two days this week.
H on. X . I„ llutb r, of lhdlas, fa-
vored our town with his genial
senee Thursday evening.
General Sheridan’s sickness con-
! tinues very serious and his death
may lie expected at any tim e,
lllilli: AM* H ER EA BO U T*.
Gardens are lodging w ell.
A tine shower Wednesday night.
Present Indications do not |Hiint to
a dry spell.
The shower is welcomed by the
gardens.
The erops in Southern Oregon are
suffering for rain.
W e acknow ledge visits from most
all the oandiilates this week
W e have noticed a large num ber
53SERVER.
1888.
»REGON NEWS.
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