Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927, July 21, 1888, Image 2

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Polk County Observer.
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THE OBSERVER FOR
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T ill A fte rT h f N
SHELLEY & VANDUYN,
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B. Lcughar»
WORTHINGTON & LOUGHARP
Physicians and Surgeons,
Office Main St., next to Yauglin'a, Dalla*, Or
ifiad Quarters for (ieneral Tiere ha ml i se,
IVr S
P e r Ko
;*at> m
'orrwqwcndei
tin- paper.
C K. Worthington.
tl <»t O l d F o l k
till', ju-t ever in Polk
It ham imi not far
Arni i'
i»»*" ami titea as a laughabfc
T he M onm outh Board of Iniprove-
»k’
li' \t
a i t (_jiieiidable
O the wolds tolti of Uoiu and
-p irit d out rprix* in ta k in g xte(>s to
R u th .
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h a n d county at tin* O r i l a ' i n r i ' t e ilt n a m e ! h I!.. -• -I I»“
a lili
national Teachers* Asx«*iation, at
O m a il fid ili« ] l l i f ne lt'nl in the umiliti !
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present in -• " io n in Sun Fniucix*o. O ' i f a fis il,
T in !i -
' i l n mutt worryii^ [
Tliousands o f teachers and visitors
w ¡-h
frulli all p a r t- o f tin* t'iiit»*d S ta ti- T,c « i t a l'H u l it <liu .it « it i» « h i e b t . i | s iy 'a *
f *-v
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A i . . , ; .
are in attendati
m any uf whom v
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are <m the lookout fur desirable locu- I ! . - i n i i ' î | « v * .|* iiia .lu e s a m i -o vT
iu * u J 1 ¿ -
tlons in th e W est, eith er fur them -
w avs
U i.;
.. fie r t l i f «n r \ . •( g l o r i - n i- ■ M P e l k v J
-i'lvt » or friend-. Tile I Sunni ha- se- T in - c le r k a n d tin * c k l f a n d t h e y e llo w p k ie
eured, at considerable expetw* a tallii*
yoke.
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puri
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I i .© , tu«. • . ; cl il ' fur t a rd ­
it w o r k
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f a it
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ili t. I 'O > tanley, who «¡11 In* in ! i -
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charge, saiupli - of I’olkcounty wheat
H*a b rv i'ti* .
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“ le.' -1 l a d < a l ¿ » .l!y
oats, I arley and fruit fur the cnlight- 1 lit
........out of tin* visitine easterner. In T i l t i t l r i - i l l o i s rd i . e rs o f b u c k , g e e a i. . . ^ h a s « e ie i
1 '• 11 ' II i V
$1 .V)
\ L rge
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Republican National Ticket.
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B uster & Vtrffori,
Independence,
Oregon.
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Oruggists and Apothecaries. C
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THE SOLICITING AGENCY,
riQ<. P aint*. Oils. Glas* a n d a llQ h e r Ar
1 ) titles k e *
iti a liret-claas drug store.
- -Connected with the-
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^s.
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P re sc rip tio n s C arefully Ponpoundtd.
fc!) • re- w tkJ .'ite- all ohi
lias-s ilt lui) c.p ies of tin* Ueaourvc*
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o iif ,
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o f i i n v m , tin* haiidsoiue desiTiption J L - agejfck
M u r u n d a h a lf .
W kJ
'* * « h i. li h a d I 'il-*
paniplilet ju -t issued by State Agri- 3
la in i ce n in e ,
• nil Society, w i 1 1 1 th e ie d tu r n e d t ', , ia in d o i o n e m o r n in g t o h a v e s o m e t h in g
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new
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rfr- A Is., Dealer* in Reed A H artón» g¡j.
down at P olk county. A num oer of
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le h il a ( y , V a m i < |U ie (l(
v e r a n i l lf ^ i- 1 W are. Je w e lry , Jfuaiial In-
—A T —
O ti" 1 m l uf Im provem ent eii ular-
la u g h .
s tru m e n ts o f a ll k in d s.
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it ' 0
lo t c iv I « - 't a t i
■ and Norm al Sehool eireulurs are 1 .
Kur I'r «lile iti
i ) d 'K 'iie ' i i i s ’t i a l f Ic re a th -w e e t a« n e w m il k
\ \ m KAM S. fold* d i n i a r î i p m phlet. All tliis I t - h id e i - a - g lo s s y a n d s o ft a - t in e - i l k .
K o U E UT M I . E A N
Brick Bit
IndQmdencf.
W . FUL* DX.
y
S?. ill to ti- jierhitps, I t m a y b e p u r e d u r b a in o r f le u r e t r a in e d l
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b
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reate-t interest to jieople
1*1 at fo rm : i Yotrrfioi f . 1 i/o r¡ran
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W h « es a n c e s to r- fe d o n lu n ik s o f t h e R h in e ,
: ile I ,ti . alai
I lo n a * fo r curious t
, no
h u h ist rl*
Affords th e best advantages for purchasing
in
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c- h e a r r a n t
O
is l t ill* O X -IS 'lV S,
« ill 'io doubt he pa­ • I fron 3 aid
Wnrkiwjuo n,
J*. C. B Y R D ,
I 'l e a r o i t h e m is ts f r o m h is o p t ic * , u n d b le w j
to hand until imieli of it reaches tlie
h is s h a r p n o se ,
The Salt Lake Tribuí, «■, a stalw art nnnute-t parts o f tin* union. He- W e ll, s a id L o n g fe llo w ? c o n c e p tio n s u b lim e : ¡
a t I v a t e tr a . f i ) ' l l t h e - a n d I n a i t i
republican sheet, figure su p th e presi» ! que-ts for ju st this kind of inform a­ W e , .
o f tim e .
dentiul caiivu.-s tu the following ef- tion arc daily pouring into the -tate H e y . k e d h im s e l f u p a n d t h e y w a lk e d r o u n d
Offii-e
r Ladd A Bush’s IJunk, Salem, Or.
a n d ro u n d .
feet: A great m any ]>• < •ple predict a by th e thou-and. All that Polk
R em em ber Iw placjng y o u r order w ith ire, you get new goods an d latest
close, a very close election th is year. county needs i- a little intelligent A P n u d t i i in t h t e h y i * c a d m iv e e r m s io -u n r t a o s a w e b e a t ic p i le h o a s r n u e r e t 's f in n n e ic s t, i stxdf-s, cheaper m
an an) nrmcan sell, that carry their good« In rtock.
W e d o not. W e lielievc th e result ac tiv ity in th e way of advertising to ' V n d t h e l i , c ru e ts a s s a ile d t h e m t r o n i n o r t h ,
t a s ; a n d w e s t.
q
Mill 1» .d o ©. V.'
• I all i ■ r- attract the most desirable kind of
udias
V. ’ •
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' !c ! It a M f i l i f t ’ o n t h e e a r
OUfr TERMS ARE SPOT CASH,
w helm ing defeat. W e lielieve th at im m igration.
T he n>ourv»*s, the K ie l », i n e t i i i n g a l " • s c e m i - 1 t o s ta r t le t h e s te e r
o
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eith er Mr. H arrison will carry a -olid climat»*, and th e U u u ty of scenery i l« T k w a v e d i i i ' p lu g liâ t t o d r i v e o f f t h e fo e ,
a lf a ll a t o n c e s e e m e d t o t h i n k t h e y
Real Estate and Insurance Age#
n o rth, w ith perhaps tw o o r three an* all her»*; enterprise and capital T h e s c lio
u ld g o ,
On delivery of goods, o ur m argin i- very sm all and o u f facilities for b u y ­
h - l-ac k i t liu M i]c c d u p , r a i - t -1 it s t a il h ig h ing are tin* very best. W e m ake a speciality of house fu rnishing goods at
southern s ta ti-, or that 'i ; \ Cleve­ would -tu n d a n increase*.
a lo f t .
o ur M onm outh house. ANo hpildcrs m aterial, 'b in g le -, stoves, crockery
land not only carry the -uii.» -outh
I <T) ■ed li a r i l a n d s t i li ' lt«gge<i, id a r e il lo u d ly
and glass ware, and ex tras fo rali kinds of maPwinery. H ive us a trial order
and the four doubtful n o rth ern statc-
a n d o ft.
Indi..napoli' luis been the Mecca of I T h e n s t r u c k f i r t h e c o u r t h o u s e a t
sicced an d be convinced.
hut tw o or three besides th at are con-
N r t h o u g h t o f h i * c le r k s h ip n o r o f h is g ro a t
sidered doubtful now. T he poiut will political pilgrim s since the Chicago
need.
In* how the silent mas- - will -|>tak, convention. Throngs of the delegates I t y a n k e d t h e s c rii« * o n a t a t h i r t y f in it s tr id e
M E S S R S - B A U Z E E &c R O B E R T S O N ,
, ^T - H I. B U T L E R ,
t o t h e r o ’. i - i - l t o w n s m e n s t e n to r i o * l y
w hen tliey do s|K*nk at th e polls. tiHik that city in on th eir w ay hom e. W h o e rie<
i,
lie n * w e d o (s u n e . d o < l g u s t o u r fis c i s o u ls .
We believe th at will lie dett rmin<*d The com m ittee i:p|«iintcd to notify
by the kind of cam paign th a t i- plan­ Mr. 1 larri.-.>n of hi- appointm ent, S lo p , s to p u s K o tn e ls a iy , t h e r a g in g s»'a r o lls "
Druggist and Apothecary.
f o w n - m e n in fo r c e b r a v e ly f r o n t e d t h e s te e r
ned bv th e re-pei-tive parties. It lia \e d i - -bargo.l th eir trust and been i f - r e d o w n m i its t ia n k a n d in v e s te d its re a r,
will be a test of platform s, a n d then* in f ’nut d th at lie fully indorsed tin* A t la « t w h e n t h e b c a -t h a d c a v o r te d it s t i l l ,
—Dealer in—•
V n d g o t o u t o f b r e a th , t h e y m a d e i t b e s t i ll .
w ill Is* m ore study and thought given platform en which lie \\ ; - e\|«*cted W h e n s<im e p e rs o n p re s e n t w e ll v e rs e d i n o x
rug*, fliemieals,
fli
1« - -k-. Staticmerr, ToiM i
lo re .
th e issue this y ear than c \ r Is fun* to stand and would accept tin* honor
articles, etc.
e n tis i h im s e l f t h is fa g g e d r o u p ie b e fo re ,
since Isiit. In that y ear national life conferred upon him . O th er fiuti of P l* r n e » s 'is
- le t l t o t a k e t h e c le r k o u t o f t h e y o k e , I
an d honor hung upon tin* result, and national reputation and club- repre­ W h o in a o e n ta s h o r t , b r o k e n l y , g a s p in g ly |
Pr<** rip tio n s C arefully Cum pun add.
th e answ er w hich the people gave wn- senting ninny places, have visited In- I;c m s a p e n k n e e ; r q u it e f a r f r o m t h e u r b a n o r I c la m i
very grand. This year it w ill be a dianoplis to confer w ith th e ir chief­ K - > 1 , t a k e t h e y o k e o f f o f t h e c a l f I ' l l s t a n d "
Monmouth, - - * Oregon.
question o f w hich policy give- the tain. Tile presence of all these class;*- W h i c h c a u s is i s o m e b y s ta n d e r * t o iv in k a n d
—DEALER IN—
t o lu t ig li,
give
assurance
of
push
to
the*
fo
rth
­
I m ■ -1 prom ise of prosperity and pro-
T o - s* w h a t g re a t lo v e li e y e t h a d f o r t lie c a lf,
.-■•me - a y t h a t c le r k 's e a s tw a rd , a g r a v e a n d
gr<—* to tin* people. N ext to a qui*-- com ing cam paign.
le a rn e d ju d g e .
lÖrörtKX'riee, Provisions, CTwkery, Candies an d Tobutvo,"úiO
tiuu uf patriuti-ni, the |K*opIe re-
W h o f r o m t h e s t r ic t li n e o f t h e la w d o c s n o t
Oregon State Normal School.
-pund ipiiekc -t to a question w hich' H en ry W a tte n o n had p rin ted on
budge.
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be
-trik e - th eir pockets. it \v ill I k * fur th e lir-t page of hi- b rillian t news-
-A L S O -
yoked,
FU L L FA CU LTY ,
th e orators and the ncwsp»|H*rs to p ap rr, fbwrid*.
,o n th e F ourth Y e t p re a c h e rs " h e y e n o t u n e q u a lly y o k e d . "
o
GOOD B U IL D IN G S ,
m ake tliis m atter us clear as |Mis.-ihic e f J u lv . Pn*shietit t'Ievelaiid’s nu*-- T l u re n e e d s n o t m u c h m o r e t h is s to re t o t i l l ,
Fresh Tropical F ru its arriv in g every w eek. Call on him .
i t li. A | . < n c d in lh i ll a s a c ro s s o n t h e B il l.
LIGHT EXPENSES, j
from the d ata at hand. It i- no; a - g»- on t. \ réduction. T his docu»
—X . L.
very safe business to lay he.ivy in 'ut te■■ k tlu* place, as W atter-on
M O X M O U T II,
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OREGON.
w agers on th e rvsult for a tin — • r . ditor; lly i vplaiiusl, o f th e 1 W vlnr-
T he H arri-on cam paign hat is
tw o to collie*.
ath u of lnd( |K*nd(*n(V. But aft»*r w hite, w ith a light lavender hand.
tlu *. ■ t< - .!'•■ ec>unted n e \ t N ovem - T he C leveland hat is w hite, also,
One would think th at tile c f ¡a- b< r H enry will find th e tickle plian- w ith a wide black band, like a
CunrlBg h isto ry o f such polygam ists tonf verv dépendent, and Its l«*ing m ourning weed. T h e m ugw um ps
A ll N orm al G raduate* receive a Diplom)
from th e S tate w h ich a u th o rize s them t"
asa m
an nam ed Brown, who luisjust 1 -ta n d g iv c ii up to d e-pair. This w ear I (outlets.
tench in a n y p u b lic .«elioni in th e State. Othe
l«*cn arn*st(*d in t hictigo, an d sent to l a o n of fris* tn u le iti-tcud o f inde-
States g ran t to arh e re' c e rtitii-aU* onprerenn-
Michigan for trial, would o|H*n the |K'iideiu*e i- dep«*nde4Uv to tiren t
ri"ii n f tin * " N o rm al D iplom a-, w ith o u t et
u m iliatim i.
eyes of fiKilish m others w ho have B ritain. and w e w ill Ix* cnreful of
gem
iia y t e r
S. J. WATERHOUSES.
foolish daughters.
Tin* scoundrel th i- Jack o ’ luntern th a t hohls mit
Dry Goods Store at
has lieen marri(*d eighteen tiuu--, at it-d e e e p tiv e light and hlcls for fol-
C H E A P X j X V U S T G -.
least live tim es in different |M>inta in lowers.
-Carries at all tim es a fresh and com plete stin k of groeerles.-
D A L L A S.
M ichigan, tw o or three tim e- in llli-
table board i« fumishtsi to *tu-
Uois, and eight or ten tinn-« in o th er
dentsat the "Normal Dining Hall" at fl.k j
states. His m ethod was to drop
Per we^k .Good bowrdina; in Cuniiic* witM
furnished room, fuel and light*, id.UO to
j
dow n w here he wa- unknow n, p.i—
| kt w eek.
as a re-|*eetable m an o f m ean-, find
-: 0 :
K every description, as cheap as th e cheapest. Y our patronage is soli­
som e -oft hearted and hi*aded young
cited.
Call
and
see
him
.
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lady o f a little property, m arry , -pend
Pm cîicfll Boors» of
or get her m oney, and then di-up-
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H anpe-ars; l>nt a -\\ c liav t* dei'idt'd to retire from the busineas,
petur. lie played hi- gam e long and
Momnouth,
Oregon.
uir stw k of dry gooda, etc., at exact
«>.
—Complete.1 in a—
m e n " in ll v, tor >*iir poor world Is full
B E N JA M IN
H A R R ISO N ,
uf Indiami.
o
Fanners
Supply
MonnWimth
and
Depot,
Imfependeiice.
Goods Cheap-
DENTIST,
J
Tatom.
SSeHmsuth,
W. L WORTH.
THE LEADING GROCER.
Oregon.
D
NGrmai, Collegiate, and
Commercial Departments
IH Y YOU! GROCERIES AT
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N O T IO N S ! N O T IO N S ! !
A
m an i- all right because he -ays he i-
all rig h t, and to tak e hi- w ord w itii-
i C)
|Ki-t history. But lu‘ pla.w slhi-gam e
D E S P E R A T E
Ä C T !
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C 0 S T .°
’f t
T his i- no old or -hop-room stin k, but all fri*sli giaxls.
o n e t o o i i o a , a i e l it i- l i k e l y t h a t lie
will -|s*nd th e re-t of Ids days m ^
O
op|Hirtuniti( - for redaction ii | m > u hi*
niixlecds, and thoughts of eighteen
w om en w ho-** lives he has blasted.
Nhall we pity them ? T hey an* -ub-
out iii< i ti iry . for
'
r for \\ors<*,0
or * 1s t
and tlu result i w it m ight have
Ixi'ii ex|H* rd. Ye others o f t l u ir
-ex, unwi
O
« ill share
sam e fat«* a t tin* hand«
of o th er X*
<0
\l till Citigli
h a v e -«»me seien*, w ill
ir iLiuglit« r* in tlieir
> n acc id e n t, di -igii and
4 )
ix>ry i* ever on the
i :i\\ «IV fr«»m it.
ötody,
iiniKM’s Movcantilo
Short Time.
-e r --
Association,
DEALERS
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L E E &c B U T L E R ,
O
1 hild can buy just us cheap as tin* most ex p erieiia tì liuvvi*.
O
O O
O
T Æ A .3S T
O
O
> ' V ! all tin* day? Conn* in and m ake good wages by buv-
; > ic
et ^ 1 ' the cbc a|K 't . A m an c au m ake
PITS
Send far Catalogne. Addre** the Pre*iiicW
D f. S t a si. * y 0 .Won mouth. Ungen.
In General Merchandise.
Physicians and Surgaons,
— also —
U. S. EXAMINING SURGEONS.
Bed Rock Rfices,
Best Grade of Goods,
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Office e;v-t side Main St. Independence, Or.
____________________ o __________ _
O
And Fair Dealing
Is Our Motto.
M m y gu flirtile r « itli ire th an at an y o th er place in the S tate of t »regou.
o
D. Warren.
W a rre n
J. E. Jormzn.
& oJerinan.
L IF E
I-
i -lion to wii-U* in jew in g m erchant* dow n x> that youenn get go<N|*
at ri'.i-onable prie <--. But from a- you can buy at cost, ju -t exactly the
lilinH W ill- tip till* prit'« - we i «tv the wlioUxah* uiereliants in l ‘ori land, S in Fruneineo tldem m
m nid \ i w N orkO
O
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lit!
|> n in tliis t<*r-e iiiiui-
•r; “ T he i—ue M w r e n th e two
*>«t |*arti<-c i- xi plain tliat It.* who
in« m ay r*'ad. and in lid- election a
id e . lion dciiKMnt or a (h*r trad.* P KomeinlH r « e take pnwlun-ju*t th e -am e **> n * h in exchange for ihe-e
*
piil>lii an would I k * a eontradictioti greut Inirgains.
in term*. Tin* oi qui -tion i*. wlu*-
tlier tlie « d l I« it of the country do-
iiiand- the inaiiit. lain*»* of a prot.K*
ti\(* «ysteill. or a (Miificiition and a
AT THE POST OFFICE STORE,
fir-t -tep tow ard
a* filial almndon-
that «Y't< i, and th.* ixtatv
lisi..,lent in it- ,.l
f M viron .
ion for n v u
All kind* of presimi takcu in exchange far gc**!«
M o.x.\foir/f,
General
OREGON,
A^riculiiirai linpItMiiuiits nini
I*arm Machinery
C O O P E R «V G O N N A W A Y ,
- OF.AI.KHM IN -
Hardware,
Stoves and Tinware.
fc*r Vtn nt* for K app. B urn II A Cu.
I ndcpendriKT, On-gon.
Blacksmiths and
Horseshoers*
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