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About Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1888)
O l k
C o u n ty
MONMOUTH, POLK C O U N TY. OREGON. SA TU RD A Y, .U N
in.v;.:;. generally a very d< -¡ruble
C O A S T C U L L IN G S .
T E L E G R A P H IC .
jil, is a source of great annoyance
|t!»e manufacture ol white lead, for
Devoted Principally to Washington R eliable Quotations Care full v j Revised Bveiyt--------------------------------------
of ifcf Principal Eventi Now
»resent in an appreciable quantity
Territory and California.
A G R IC U L T U R A L .
Ij.oils the c.iltir of the finished pru
Attortine Public Interest
st, owing to tlie well-known black
An Indian horse-thief was shot and
WHEAT— Valley, $1 25c«H 26* ;
Tb. ling of General Inter«* In a Devoted to the Intereett of Fanners
Aug effect of light upon the salts of
Walla Walla, $1 17ji«l 18*.
Chari s H eyes was blown to pieces killed near Helena, Montana.
Ehvood’s shingle mill «tear Blaine,
by an explosion of giant powder,
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BARLEY— W hole. *1 lt V l 12.1;
which lie was carrying at the Daly W. T.. was burned accidentally, less ground, per Lin, }20 (XL« 2 5 (X).
boat o' eU” ! " i " 8l’eiltl $2,000 more in
Saving the cream daily until enough
’ CHFLOWiRS are now used in Wyo- mine, Park City, Utah.
OATS—Milling, 45t<i47|o.; feed, 44 of umg the levee along the Umatilla for a churning has aceum.dated is
John Kronkile, treasurer of Alpine <£)45c.
^ig Territory for fuel. The stalks
An Italian hoarding-house burned
wrong. The best butter is made from
eu dry are as hard as maple wood ut Pittstown, Pa. T im e children of county, Nev., was thrown from ahorse
wife and child of Hon. J. D. cream that has been recently removed
H A Y —Baled, $11 OOcilo (X).
into tt»e Carson river, and drowned.
|il make a hot lire, .ml U m wad-
Burnett, of Douglas county, are very from the milk.
O • •*'*
perished, and scwr.il aieu were hurt.
The sentence of death inis been
SEED— Blue Grass, 1 1 .Unit
ids with the seeds in are saiJ to
A g hx I deal is said about the “ dairy
Robert Taylor shot and killed R. passed upon Mrs. Pyle and John othy, 'JUitlOc.; Red Clover, !^:
W. P. Watson, of Toledo, fell from form’’ of the cow. But it must not be
‘ n better than the best hard coal, Tenner, at Norfolk, Ya., a married Hum, at Walla Walla, W .T.,by Judge
a building, on which he was working, taken for granted that every angular
FLOUR— Patent Rollq0 J.
acre of sunflowers will furnish man, who had betrayed Taylor’s sister. Lavyford.
and fractured one of his ribs.
cow is a good milker, and every smooth,
for one ijtove for'h year.
\V,T. Tompkins,living near Helena,
Henry Keene, of Sublimity, sot a straight-lined cow a poor one.
and is in a mad house.
F.iiGS—Per doz, 18trO> 14idl5c.
Montana, was shot in the neck by
spring gun for gophers, and while ex
After the hen is set aud process of
A riot among the negroes at Longn- Mrs. Gordon, while trying to get his
oiler, «4 (X); plaining its o|>eration to a fiiend lost | incubi.tion begun, it is desirable that
Wim.K George N't why, aged twenty-
loo College, La., occurred on com- wife to go home and live with him.
, M-iry Wilson, aged sev< O and
one of his thumbs by its unexpected nothing disturb the hen
| mencement day.
In the .^hooting
Nelson Silsby attacked John D d y ,! grade, 20t « 2 - I >rury.
caution should lie taken to keep her
ily Wilson, aged five, and a man which followed several negrOes were while drunk, at Itocklin, Cal., ami
l'k.swrtfiv» a «rnmimtnl ritizon setting steadily until lime for tbe eggs
C H E 1'
led Perkins were attempting to killed.
kicked him to death. Silsby alleges
>ss a small stream in the Ogden
Jocoh Higgins, a prominent farmer, that Daly insulted tiis wife.
According to some experiments re
Max Hoppe, a tramp, shot aud
non, near Salt Lake, in a boat, they
cently made in Holland, cattle fed oil
ire swept over Wilson’s dam and all
ha^witli other fi»od increased iu live
to a clothes line. He lost his wife a Conrad, Mont., who had been i>©
cent Perkins drowned.
weight more than those fed with en
few months ago and has been despond him a free ride.
silage. hut those fed with vii ilage
ent ever since.
John Roodes, son of *’
gave more and better butter.
iik tin© Ewing brotht rs, of Liw-
A destructive hail storm destroyed «loodee, 19 yeen of age
Poor, sandy soil should not bo left
wje ehurg. Ind., were born at the same cotton plants and greatly damaging ! ally drowned while
uncultivated. Carefully prepare the
ae fifty-four years ago. They are other crops at Sulphur Springs, Texas. Palouse river, W
land, sow to buckwheat, and plow the
Brookstone, ¡ h Lamar county, is re
buckwheat under when the crop is in
d to be the oldest, largest and best ported to have been almost demolished,
I ence, A r
blossom. In this way the land muy
iking triplets in the United States, but no loss of life is reported.
gradually he made productive.
i 1 weighs 225 pounds, Joshua 24.‘1
Michael Flynn tried to induce his J sho*
A few stakes around a young tree,
d Putnam 2 48 pounds; total, 71(5 wife, who hud left him, to return to f he
barbed wire wrapped around the
return to his cabin at White Bend, I
stakes, will protect trees from animals.
Texas, and, at her refusal, shot lx
With this metlu»d fruit trees may be
planted in a field given up to stock.
A lady teacher of music in Ontario three times, killing her.
shot himself through the heart.
Pyrethrum or buhach will kill the
unty, New York, inserted her pro
apple tree worms.
With a bellows
Nicholas B ?nnar, a half
sional card in one of the county farmer, living southy£stof Ad
of blow the powder into the nests (or
nev. »papers. It was seen by an old shot his son John, aged twe
ic webs) after four o’cbick in tbe after
n, noon— the later the better— for the
lover in Chicago, who at once hunted The yompr man found his
1> worms will then he in the nests. The
hei up, explained his absence of a mother qiLwreling.
as powder will kill them instantly.
qu i rter of a century and married her. his mother’s behalf, e
took down a sho'gun •
Pig pens should not be iu the same
It pays to advertise.
the side, killiug him
locatien every season.
<er them movable much valuable manure
Arch Stotts, sw
cau be secured from the saturated
[T he latest .“ cattle queen* of the rough on rats at R
nd earth around H iq old sites, while the
est is Mi.-s Kitty Wilkins, of Idaho, died from its r
Wll change to fresh places will greatly
tall blonde, twenty-three years of William Stotts, 1
his brother’s dee
‘ rO promote cleanliness and health.
je, a tine horsewoman, and a dead
It is not best in planting young or
him in the satn
,ot. Though called the cattle queen, the 1 nOile wher
led chards L) trust to lata-ls or h< memory.
BotO may fail. The only sure way to
H a matter of fact horses are her den it, and s
-an know what tree9 are planted is to
abeeialty, and she owns no less than tlius following
ted Qiakc a record at the time of laying
A cyclone s
e$ht hundred, besides thousands of
the orchard outOn a map and mark
z ma, Kansas,
nco ing on that each variety.
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In multiplying very scjU'ce and dear
ece varieties of potatoes, gardeners plant
B J ohn Coi.GiN.of Hartford City, Ind., are
of the eyiOin hot beds early, placing in
| the possessor of four young foxes hotel and
liss rich soil, and from each eye will get
k.it have been flop ted by a cat on dwellings
several plants. These may be set out
|e premisei, that seems to manifest severely i
the in the open ground, and eultivstid
has the ftiue as potatoes planted in tl e
ing usual way.
( ‘ liirly f(T
ing a raf
There are a good many cattle com
w y e f f ” " '1) iQ b e ^ i x e s have Hues ci
ing ‘mt of their barns ami stables this
beepted (jL w '
'J in a spirit of blown c
spring with the hair rubbed off in
Bi •• k i u s s , ~ 3 m i n ^ l y satisfied. water
Whether it be barn
itch, or some other minute parasite,
who the old fashione I cure is tha best :
I A can of naphtha or benzine, ar- Tierne;
his Hulpker and lard well applied. This
*».nged with a^ osely fitting Over, is
lie knocks all of them.
convenience for cleaning screws, was er
If a sample of sweet cream is di
(olts or other small work in a machine
omr vided, anil both parts are kept at a
s ted favorable temperature for ripening,
top. A wire basket makes a good S t toll
Te and the air is excluded from one and
Work in this way is kept ' "
stily a free exposure given to the other,
|ri-ht and clean, and agreeable t « ‘“
both will sour at the same time, but
F 0, ‘
M di flavor will only he increased in the
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ottT one exposed to the air. Churning the
I A farm hand, popularly knjk block.
left two parts will show this.
•Tony, the Dutchman,” had ;*» place has
The pcp|>erniint growers of Wayne
city county, N. Y., where three-fourths of
lt,e encounter near Seianj^ o1 ,IM'1 cu
¿lint; be cures
>uth. the world’s oil is produced, are com
kith a wild cat, wliici ians liave givcl
, and plaining that the prospects this sea
Clubht d into insensiliili léoliciteil.
f last son are the worst for twenty years.
wife They say that Japanese oil is now be
B>>al had torn his clo t. . , „
, , , . .
left ing sold in America at such rates that
■cratched Ins face. M , |ln(1 u,,,*...,*,
the former large profits from the busi
Bpiently procured a gijLles, sash and d.v
ami ness are greatly lessened.
1 m aSt, and the k t t e r t , * , , ^ s,KH.iu
Do not now trim shrubbery that
very blooms on 1 ist year’s Wood, if you de
ptufft i] m a mi mi nt iltynsi 11 Inch <
v\v|wlrt si•art's, i
same sire abundance of tl »wers. The best
y and way is to cut out tbe old and weak
' Mns. B aker ,of E
have wood immediately after flowering. A
L rim-1 and tin- -
near judicious thinning, if loo large ami
men thick a head remains, will improve
pnm to go for thdf s Should call ami
mor- the qualiiy of the flowers, but to cut
|1 n nn ndous attaid rno” at Goodma
have hack the whole head is not the best
Mr. Baker went, tl ntlependence.
way in America.
B a n In ur or two af nail wheel.
The garden should be near tbe
■ was born into flic tritisi brmulliea
O. A house but free from shade.
e 20x trees of any kind in the kitchen gar
■ surprise of botlll ' ret vi visi iliris-t Ì
aiting den. Have it laid out so that as much
■ who insisted the^ (belly A- Vnniluy was jealousy.
Cal., aud arrested. It is claimed he
work as jKissihlo may be done by horse
| any such thing
Fire in the medical department of was trying to wreck a train in revenge Bridget, that I’ m going to raise your platform 680
Tong, and is to be power. A s illily loam is the best soil
the university at Philadelphia, de- for being discliaiged.
Use no green
sorr. Faith, 1 can’ t raise It tueselL’ ’ — finished in first-class style, to lie com for most vegetables.
r,Lstroyed many valuable patliologal
A novel schoo' iileins
pleted and seady for business aliout manure in the garden. The standard
A boiler in the works of the Sacra Texas Sifting*.
The specimens, wax models and delicate mento (Cal.) Woo) Pullery exploded
the 1st of July. The town site owner fertilizers are good. Use wo «1 ashes
•held at the New
—Lightning never strikes twice in pays for the building and the salary of freely and slops from the hr.use. The
instrumenta, which will be difficult to with terrific force. The building was
on Friday last,
replace. Loss to building onlo $10,- a wooden structure, was 32x40 feet in the same place. Neither does a mule. the »gent for two years, who will be secret of success in gardening, as iu
twenty brick layers
The reason of this is because tbe place appointed by the company.
p in 000.
courtship lii s in sm ill attentions fre
dimensions, and was literally blown to
is never there after the first strike.—
I mas, one lninil r t d \ c ’i a l I4-) Court.
A warrant was s.worn out before quently and steadily bestow d.
While the officers were all at dinner pieces.
The men being at dinner,
Justice Lyons of Fox Valley, Linn
thieves kicked in a window of the there was no loss of life.
Mi. D. 13 Widr, says h" nas solved
■ plumbers, caeli armcil
o, one of
— “ Night-caps are coming into favor county, charging Mart Hmith, his the problem of the plum erm ulio. A
. _ Pratt County Bank, at Pratt, K hs ,
skin, were set loose
H. 8. Wheeler, recently employed again," say the fashion jonrnala Bless brother, and another man, whose mixture of on pound of Paris green,
* *’ ‘ 11 and got away with $4,016, all in cur
together with tift«\
At the rency. Precaution hail been taken to by the government in the construc those innocent fashion writers; ••night name could not be learned, with the or London purple, and sixty gallons
thirty-eight painters a|
partly turn the combination of the tion of lighthouses on the Oregon caps” have never been ont of favor. attempted murder of Charles Thomas, of water sprayed over the trees jnst
coast, dropped dead of heart disease Ask the bartenders. — Boston Globe.
two weeks since.
They are now in before blossom buds shall open, then
|arc ten®d the
at Alameda, Cal. Deceased who was
— “ How would I advise you to be custody. The Hmitlis are enemies of a spraying of soap emulsion two weeks
William Kem iston, an old faimer a member of the Masonic order, is
tine jnbi of
B ob M oody and his
gin?” responded an old actor to an as the Thomases, anil are sup|N»seil to lie later, with a third spraying about
the ques- at North Booth Bay, Maine, was niu>- about 55 years of age, and a widower. pirant tor stage gleriee. “ Well, the leaders of the vigilance committe June 10th, will eff.iclmlly destroy the
Berrie went out hunt]
dered by Llewellyn Quitnby, aged 20.
A three-story brick building owned best plan Is to begin Uke a good din sworn to exterminate them or make curculio, as well as kill leaf lice, aphis
The murderer was captured after a
Maine, and each kill
them leave the country.
and other injurious insects.
desperate fight, during which he re by the Hliaron estate, and occupied by ner; with the supe."—Af. T. Tribune.
M oody's deer wouldr
Bennett camp, No. 8, Indian War
There are in America over 4 000,000
ceived a severe scalp wound from a the West Coast Furniture Co., burned
voting mae came
shot fired by A. H. k nm.-ton, his at Han Francisco. The loss to the Don’t put no water in don cans to Veterans, near Halem, have elected tl e farms, Urge and small. They cover
the other barrel
building is estimated at $50,(XX). The day. Fill 'em op wtd snow. Dot's d# following office re: J'»hn G. Wriglii, nearly 20 000,000 acres of improved
went back to his
A terrible tragedy is reported from Furniture Co.’s loss is $ i5,000, insur ssme color a* de milk, an’ we mutt be captain ; John Savage, first lieutenant; land, and th*-ir total value ia rome'.hinf
starLsl to cut llie dvi,n tl£ freak
Ark. A widow named Allen ance $10,(XX). A finely wrought cabi jes m hones' as we kin, whenever we N. H. Doty, second lieutenant; T. C. like $10,000,000,000. These figures
Shaw, orderly sergeant; E. H Piper, are not, of course, veiy comprehensive,
and murdered, and her net intended to hold cereals to be sent git de chanoe.” — Harper's Motor.
stuck the knife tlA ma,
commissary sergeant; D. C. Thomas, They simply convey the idea of vast-
great JO ye»r-ol*i boy and 10-year-old girl to the Hydney exposition from this
deer kicked out twi*tA
on the were fatally injured, by four mis- State, and valued at $2.000, was de
—The obi adage Is good in these color bearer; Wm. Townsend, musi- ness of area and iqual vastness of im-
ran, swam the river'
1 eaves creanta. Four young white farmers stroyed. The furniture factory of A. days ot progress end innovation: “ Do cian ; E. J. Chambers, corporal of the port <nee. The estimated value of the
»Till jump up, who attended a dance in the neigh Johnson, and the carpenter shop of not be the first by whom the new is guard ; delegates to the state encamp yearly products of these farms is be-
and strike the borhood Saturday night have been ar John Cuff, adjoining, were damaged tried, nor yet the last to east the old ment, Frank M. Hmith and T. C. twi-en $2,000,000,000 and $3,(XK),0UU1-
to the extent of $1 000.
rested on suspicion.
its fore paws.
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