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About Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1888)
D n lla- I.o n il-.
II 1 ‘ortl of
out injury U «m y stery . It is said the
is in Portland.
Farm ers are husy men these days.
Published livery Saturday.
is in Han Faneiseo.
Campaign papers are Hying in.
di-< ovnvd it, it wa- so near ^hat week:
of W in. HunWt a
•The town of Monmouth is situated in the
Hanker Hush, ofSalem , was over
th e j had n o tim e lo navi the hors««, » W in . Cox and wife to W illiam s A girl on tin* 10th.
»•liter of the richcm |«art of Polk county, Monday.
jlit miles-■'Uth of the county m i ’ Dall.u-
England, lot 1 and s, blin'k 21, Fola,
w hich were valuable q
Jo h n Gage of Crixik county, is
X , !
ill half in ilea \yeet of the thriv-
The hot weather of the past few
ral ion $160.
The weather htw not been -uch of
fu g town "f Independence. and , mtains a
■|,illation "I over l1*' flic lu, .
a days has ripeneil the grain very fast.
lute us to make people w i-b to R-© J . E . and E . P. Conner to P. E .
Frank Collin moved his family to
■autifnl one, on a rich rolling |>roirie, and
k - abundant
away to the seaside or to the 111 mm- K raft, lot- 1, 2, :t, I, 5, li, block R>; your town this week.
Hiir ueoi ral healthiM'lie-v tin- 'it ■ is all that
li.,uld be ikdml. Monmouth offer* many in this vicinity.
tains, I nit now a few warm days have also, lot I and 2 block II, Fola, ¿M -Ion.
C. G. Coad, our genial clerk, and
<1 vantage', and tlio-o ismtcniplntingmiy cu-
and the usual liegim will be*! Z. lllnshaw to P. A. ® y ron one-
Bcrpriso are invite i to confer a . 1 1. ouri itizens
, removeil ; :©> house hm'ly va-
gin. A few had untici puted the early half interest in a tract of land in T 7
J J ’lie 1 »IISKBVKU will be read in i > ■■»> townnhip up” of our town o f his work.
: eateil by cx-t ’lerk Sears.
■ a:el . 1 ; every poMtottice in the enti i
arrival of the heated term and -tartcd
U arO Cos per and wile, of Dallas,
pind therefore unexcelled a. on advertising
I. X . Woods has chargeof the trnlnO
\\ in. M cAtcc to \\ n i .^ c i l s , tr.ict
for the const in advance of it- arrival
were in town W ednesday evening.
of land containing l ss acres iu*ar dispatcher's i O iv at Dundi*i*. O
Political clulis are getting ready
Frank Rowell and A I k * Harnett
to sona* summer resort, to the muil Saver ? I,i mm ).
The Observer four monihs for .»Oets. for active work.
Ira S. Sm ith , sheriff, to \V. C. returned from Eastern Grcgoa last
mountain fastnesses, or “ down by
This month has five Sundays, five
the deep sounding sea.” Many have Drown lot In l'allas #.‘51 21.
and live TuQflays.
He I A T eller to the ( 'r fjo ii i , ::al
their hammocks and everything pre
B ^ I . T . Mason the ilcntis’^ i t Dallas.
A. L. Hob! 1 . on and wife, newly
Rev. H um phreys, of Eugene City, ple*
pared for tiitting, while the ther Co., tract of land quit claim deed, : :.rri* > l, left \\ gjnt'sday for S]K>kai>6
.1. t\ W o rth ’s tine groceries.
e. O ‘I at this ottice Tuesday.
mometer i- high enough for them an 2ls acre's near Kola #1.
Falls, their future home.
“ ©U ntil our new advertisements t h i s
chance to get the bill appropriating
. Q 10 n i to .1 ; 1 .in i !¿oru t n ;*î
Attorney Warren T ru itt was at
#75,000 for the erection of a postottlee
of land m ar 1 ■'•(, !n
The F . M. .XJ- tore lias new gowls. l.ane eoWity, is in town.
W islncsday 011 legal business.
building at Salem , through the house
Ira S. Sm ith , sheriff, to N. Conner
a round dozen things that you can
SlieritTSm ith and wife pa.-- d this of represent« O e s.
1'on no way A- Cooper hardware
some of our citizens are ri*-
land near Hallston sa acres.
never get a lady to plead guilty to,
■ m en, Independence.
lum ping trips o th e n
There are towns that arc* worse oif
G. W . Teller to the Oregon Land
lh ntistry first class work done by
Jc s -e Macy and fam ily, of Salem , than Hip Van W inkle; they sleep 20 be she ihror young: That
M iller. Ed Delash-
Co., half interest tract land near Kola
■ 1. T. Mason at Dallas.
visited F . S. Barzee liere this week. years and then show tuyj lwof w ak tight, that her shoe's are too small, 21S acre's ¿ci,727.20.
m utteund families nimi* home Sun
A ll styles of sumifn*r dress good,«
Mrs. Zieber, of Portland, is visit ing up. W e don’t think Monmouth that she is tired at a ball, that she
J . A . n i u l J . K. lliw lto th c Oregon day. J . ( rider, H q H. Turner, Nat
■ utmost tit K. Ilu yter’s, Dallas.
© - anything but powder, that it
I lolm an, and theirol'anillU's, lea^ j
ing her daughter Mrs. 1*. I,. Camp is one of them .
takes her long to dress, that she lia© Land Co., half in te r st 2ls acre- near Satun © to tlie Soda Springs in Linn
P ain ts, Oils, Varnish at II. H. Put- bell.
Lead- and Hill M cVav, brothers, kept you waiting, that she blushed Kola #3,787.21*.
I terson’s cheap.
1.. M. Sm ith to l'.T o o z e tract land county©
Some of our farmers have taken who live two and a half m ijjs north when you mentioned a particular
G o to Vaughns, Dallas the leading
J . J . Daly and M. M. E llis arc*
advantage of these tine moonlight '¿C o rv a llis, while in that town I© gentlcniQ - name, that she says l.ewisvilh Ilio acres ¿721.
■ jew eler.
nights by running their reapers.
Jane lia lc\ 9 o Marrn*t W arn 1 lot : mck from their visit©«» tin* Sound.
came drunk. When they wen* re w hat © 0 d o e s n ’t mean, that she i-
Fenton A Truitt tft?* leading iner-
We understand that Gene Ilnyter
Mis-es Sadie and < >ra Hristow, who turning home they quarreled. Leads fond of scandal, that -he ever Hirted, 7 and s block t Monmouth #1.
■ chants oi FMlIas; look at their stock
T. (). W aller i" (
l ^ump, ut h i- to employ a first-class tailor and
. )l( -lie cannot keep a secret.
I before going elsewhere.
have been stopping with ifr.-ir father stabbi ,1 1^11 tw elve tin 1© ill the head
«1 M " O
tjlialf of lot 7, s, bl.
: 11 run a tailoring establishm ent in eon-
® that she is in love.
F. S. Ilarzee is bringing on new at the Sum m itt, Denton county, and body. Hill will dic.o
Oç •.'..•!* '-i with h® -tore, which would
I goods every day. Call and see his have returned.
Clerk o f Gilliam county, J . 1*. Lu
Graham Glass formerly of this
■ line o f wall paper, window blinds 1
I k * the priqier thing to do.
F. S. B u rztQ w © «©Dallas Wed- ; cas, i- her
county and publisher of the Itemize/',
land near Independence sJ,K.7().
Dallas is prospering -come ami see
ne-day and Thursduy setting up for several weeks
has purchased the Yai^liill Itejioe/er
The dry good« stort F. M. A. will binders.
ot:r new liuildings if you doubt.
they will both ri'turn tilts week to of McMinnville*. In ins opening re
■ give you a bargain if you w ill call
Itrid ^ p o rt B r o o d i n g * .
marks to the readers of that newsy
1 and see them .
Hants, Shcdds, new hay forks, etc. Arlington.
Oo n i n a k y .
Our rustling conunis.-ioner, Geo.
Shelley and Vanduyn are 111 the arc* improvi'ments about town^UL», The oldest daughter i f Judge pa|K*r,(be © y-: “ Situated in the
Dawson, Mrs. J . I f . H all, accont thriving town oP McMinnville, tin* Me He*' Is le i'in
| lead w ith the largest stock of general week.
1^’a I ward Stringer Adkins, one of
I merchandise in independence. Their
ila provements are still going on P*111*1^
''ought»!--, May and county scat of (Tod’s own county, liralgc- and culverts in good st,\ le.
our worthy citlz ns.depart xl this life
■ prices compare w ith tlie tim es and
( iood roads and bridges are essen
aliout our little burg. W e will be-
B all goods are warranted first class.
ii his home in Monmouth last Sun
week. They laid not seen each other comc a p o t or for good in the land; tial to make a thriv mg com m unity,
night, Ju ly 1 5 ,18KS, ju st before
W hen you go
Dallas don’t fail
for fifteen years, which made the c-pccic.lly s o when it tries to teach in
( 'i >t; itable, ll. B. Martin, has quali m idnight. II«* had been sick for
I to exam ine F. I Tayt cr’s g e n -
l^yn. Isaac* Sm ith , of Hridgcport
visit truly a pleasant one to the J udge it - poor simple way the principles of fied trem ble ye evil-doers and fu m
I eral merchandise.
precinct, was noticed here during
c dit long months; hcingatlictixl With
Hon. Edwin T. Hatch an lfih m ily, the grandest party 011 earth—the rc- while there is yet time.
F or fintvwatch work go to U. X . tin* week.
a troublesome tumor in his I miwc I s .
Sueei ss to an id“a
who reside near McCoy, ascended publican party,
Grant at ft. 15. Patterson’
J . B. Teal Ims the contract t o l uikl Mr. Adkins was Imrn March 2.7, I h 25
Hon. (ieo. \\ McHrule, secretary
Goodman and Douty have four of state was ovia this way last Sut- tlie ldl! near Zcna on the night of like this,
| George Gardner's new house.
and on tin* Pith of Jan u a ry 1H-18 in
the fourth, and hail an excellent
“ Davis” sewing machines, which
k * worn big this w inter t!u* county o f Adair, Missouri, he
they arc* otlering at cost for the next
view of the Mt.. Ilood illum ination,
l i e ) Drew noil.
by our worthy opponent-, so that wa u nit'd in marriage with >llss
TDirty days in order to close them
Aliout 5000 teacliers are present at the light showing cvry clear and
A little six year old boy of Frank • their hearts can go in as well as their II eli". 1 Augusta Hushnell with vyliom
out. * T h ey are first class, call and the national a-^iciatioii, now in se-s-
bright at that distance.—Jo u rn a l.
Hlanchunl of Independence, was 1 feet.
sc.* them .
he lived a happy life until the day of
ion in San Francisco.
Thursday afternoon. The
his death. In the year 18.73 they
Spectacles properly focussed and
California shippers sending fruit to gone into camp by river, mountain
accurately tittedat lie n ry Patterson’s.
Isiy wi A two other hoys aliout ills ! mountains.
children moved t*i ( tregon and setthxl in Lane
E v ery pair warranted. No tit, no Minm*upolis through Oregon, then and glen.
It is most charming age, were playing on the logs lying
brought it in and unselfishly gave it county, where he unitixt with the
by way o f the Northern Pacific.
cc.mpiio out at this s *c,-ou, where in tin* river by the saw m ill, when
around to Huber's and Hnyder’s Christian church in the year IStiU.
S. Goodnight and wife, returned the sweetest songs are the songs of he fell in. The boys tlia t'v cre with
It. M. Sm ith will sell drygoods u-
lie moved to Polk county In the
-good old Lige.
elteap as any place in the county. from Hattie Ground, W . T ., Wed birds. T he most beautiful colors are him were so frightened that they rail
ls71 and settled in Monmouth.'
Call and see him.
Frank Rowell cfcnnot ipeak too
the green foliage*, the golden grain, to their holm's before giving any
Mr. Adkin - h es a bereaved widow
The most complete stock of dress
The English are very cnthuSiastic the sparkling water, and the best alarm , and it was nlNUit two hour- highly of Old Folk, alter Ii is Eastern end four children; Jam es F ., Jason
goo Is every brought 1 1 Polk county,
Oregon trip—e-|>ccially of Hridgport
for Grover and the free trade ban good cheer, the smile and ^neppia. — before the body was recovered.
A., (ieorge Alfred, and E th el ail
a t K. H uvtcr’s Dallas.
dana, but they won’t lx* here to vote, d ’f friends amid
daughter. As the husband
Paints, oils, varnishes, id«*., at
From Jackson v ille Tioo's of Ju n e and fetln r lived and died In tin* faith
A . J . Bushnell, o f Ju n ction and Nature.
\u Olil P i o n e e r D r.q q icil Deuel.
2!>th in re 'urd to tin* St. Louis con m tin-Gospel; they are not w ithout
1 IWputehc from I >avtou, W . T.9
Henry Patterson has ju st received ( *vo. Hushnell, o f Irvin g, I-anceoun
Nathan Connor fell dead at the
Funeral sirv icc-o w ereco n -
a new sto ck of all tin* latest novelties ty, have been in Monmouth tlii state that Sunday, Claren-e KuluO home of his hrothej, ^Vm. Connor, vention, “ It was admitted that the hope.
iiominatHiii of Mr. Cleveland made (ducted at the Christian church at .1
in the jew el rv line. N.> old goods ¡¡1
aged fiftec'ti, and Guv Cook, aged
near Hallston, on Monday, Ju ly 1(1, a platform unnccc! a ry .” NYligit 11
iiis stock. Drop in and exam in e
............. „ . u
p. m. Monday Ju ly Kith by Kill. it.
; Mi*« M aggie Stott, diixl Sunday at seventcK*n,-were out hunting fifteen I n ks . H e*had left ids home in die
blind fool! However democrats o f M. Mess lek and at 7 p. in. of that day
mile's from Dayton. T h e two were
morning inappan ntly g<»*d health, 1 spirit will show Grover in Novcnf-
The “ t ishorne” mower has an ini- home near North Y am h ill on the Mill
provem ent tiiis year which is far J inst. Hi*r dc*ath resulted from cold on one horse with a shot gun that and went «m the residence of his lier that he is ju st as “ unnecs ; sary” his remains were laid to rest in the
Monmouth eeinetery until the res
ahead o f anything, t a ll and see con traeteli, in attending the celebra was loath'd. They saw some grouse brother a m ile and a half distant,
a - a platform.
them at Goodman and Douty’s In- tion at MeMinvlllc*.
and in some way they both fell off
urrection o f the demi. H e was a very
where he placed his horse in the ham
<)ur imorovetn :)ts for thi year quici ircut, hut one ofoour best eiti-
the horse. In the fall the gun went and spent some tim e in conversation.
s t ill SC'll-
Monteith A ( 'hureliill ;
include, ( ¡ardaci- house and ham , Z l'lis.
best they ever used. They mean the in g o u t their s toe IP of dry goods at and Cook in the hip. aVhe wounds When ready to depart, Ids nephew II ihhard l am , Mitchell hou • addi
started to accompany him liome, and
W hite -owing Oiaehinc— you will the lowest prices po sible.
tions, Hutler stable and shed, K. G il
are serious. Tin* boys live at Dayton.
tinil them at Buster & Vernons, In their ad. this week.
went to tin* barn with ids uncle to
liam ham , Hellew barn, W . Holliiis-
get his horse. The nephew entered
One J . 15. V. ©Sutler o f this place.
An Eastern excennrre
hetul houst', W il 011 Lee house and
Horse shoeing, new shoes #1..K); play’s wages of a skilled mechanic in
the barn, brought out liis horse, and
barn, W eaver granary, Star house
re-citing shoes nil ground *.*0 ; plow
Qttcgon «Pacific Railroad.
The telephone company have com found the old gentleman lying on the
e u hi granary, two miles
sharpening without cutter $.2o and Astoria, Oregon, will buy a barrel
nil otiier work in pro|K»rtion. Oak of flour. No wonder that state went
i of road, eight new hriilges, repnhli- A 11 -I Ori-.-"ii Devi'lopnient Company's
and Independence this week. It is had
as s Iv
l i a n struck
siria k n
u n .
n u - body
mil«-« shorter, 20 Imuni
coupling put in fo r $ l, oak t®rseael^j republican,
. 1 1 1
i can majorities for the wholi* tick et, a , -ii
l it I
I. < timi* t( 1:111 hy any utlu-r route. I-'irst
j l . at C. I inktrec’s Monmouth at
expected by the company to soon he mg as l i m a peaceful slumlnif, and .
Frank Collins moved his family
iusKce of the peace, «in stable, «»m- • l.-i • thi'>*iu’li p!---i,iif«-rntul fn-igl«l lino from
the old stand.
[ able to extend this line right o n to no trace o f agony appi
appeared on the J . .
m issloiici'andcounty surveyor. Ju t I-i 1 rt!■ ■ • 1 <I nini nil J*• • i 11 1- ill (In- WilluinoUe
over from Dallas Thursday. He
« alloy t'iiiiiil frulli Sun Klinrisii.
Dallas. The great convenience of face. His death was probably from
X . 11. Butler ha^all kin \- o f ma-
IVillami-tli- rivt-r lino of st«-iiiiirrs
chine oils. Call ami see him be ■fore w illin' kept busy from now forQpmc this enterprise will only I h ' realized heart trouble, ns he was n laro-, one littl«' i»rocinct boys, but 11
Tli Win. M. Hoag, the N. i. It.-ntl«-y, tiio
tim e preparing and m anaging the
‘^ v h ile.”
Tlin - Si n i - nr«-in sorvloo for I n KI i imsmsi -
when its use is commenced. F . H. dli-shy man. Mr. Connor - till'd at
On the Kith, Frank Butler had an
slid In i: lit trntllo I m 'U vooii Cnrvnllis mid
W . L. Wortii keeps as fine line of wheat crop.
Barzee, to whom most o f the credit VancouOer in yea?- Isl7 and 1 ame to
unii iiitcrii" liuti- [siiills, louving
groivrh^ as are to I k * found in any
The w l® it warehouse at Stiver i- is due, for the completion o fth e line, Oregon the n ext year H is, settling ai-cidwit which might have been very I'urtlmiil
• 1111 .:« 11 y - wharf, I'orvullis, ami Messrs.
store in tlie valley. He is always Iteiug rc'fitted, a new eimine and
aerlous. 11 lullug lumber . ...... Row 11 11 1 1111111 A ( n s w harf, 201 mill 202 Fmnt
make tiling- g*i when lu- undertaki - ¡n polk county, near Hallston, whO’c
■> ready and w illing to wait 011 custom-1
ell’s m ill liis break rope gave way tris'l, l'iirtlmiil, three tlinm «-neh week as
clearer put in and all made ready to 00 my thing.
he has ever sin « ' resided to the day
on the steepest grade mid tinin and ! follow*:
for the crop.
W . W . Hr >oks of tli * H’rst Sii/r and of his d«”ith at the age o f <!7 years. load went thundering down the I.i mvo C' rMilli NOItTII
Note the following specialties at
Miin. Wisl.unil Fri. W:3ftam
W hen free trade from her topmost T . W . Porter of the Salem Statesm an He leuv> s 11 wife and several children
Shelly & Vanduyn-: 45 inch em broi
" Itny's l.u’gTuo. Thu anil Sat liyuium
der skirting, New port - ai i-. cliinilcs , n:ig uiBurhsI lier banner to tin* air, •iadc tlii- office a pi n s int c ill Tues to m«»uni his death, I k ' s I i I i ' s a large rocky road; S u tler slipped off aprein-
“ Fulqnnrtz “ “
ing Ids kins* and wrist, tin* wagon \rriii 1‘iii-tlaii'l “ “
chinile cord, fancy iO ameiits lor ta she put a-iile the dear olil flag and
3:00 a ni
day. Mr. Porter is giving our coun
SOPTII « o r s i»
was badly used up, harness broken,
ille scarfs, etc.
placed a red bandanna there.
le uve l’"rl!mnl Mon Witlmul Fri S:<l0 a ni
ty a thorough canvassing, and will, all married, and DO 01)6 is Uni to but team not injured.
All farmers who interni purchasing
self hinders should call and sc*e the
“ liny's 1,'U: “
'* “ " 2:1.7pm
Notice this now; In
I a. scssnr
new “ <t-lMirm*’’ at Gmiduiun’s and dence Hanker, came over Saturday names to his subscription roll. The yrv ices were conditeteli l»y H cvS. L.
Anive ('nrvallis T uck Tim “ Sut 4 20pin
I it- make elusi, eonnootioii at Albany
It has and went on to Portland on the after Statesm an is a newsy paper and en Lee 011 Tuesday.
I’olk at 1727 and of males above In w ith ; til -ul the Or. un I’aeilie railruait.
many new improvements and an en noon train .—S fa tm n a n .
joy s a good circulation. C ontinue!
and under 21 y.sirs 805. Thus our
tirely uow road wheel, o
PULT r«“sKXllWl TKAISS— rx< EPT Hl-SDAY*;
voter’s list slim ld increase aliout 70 i.eive Vii'i'iina •! 17 a in j O
11. F . M eLincli drew the lucky success to it.
The celebratisi hroudheaA d n --
glHxis ju st rei-eived dircs-twroriitlie straw last week, and will be commis
1 larvO tin g is almost in full blast
Frank Itutler, Cot n t y S i r v k v o r
“ I'urvallis 111:.'« n in >
I>er year from hoys < i-ting thei^ lir t
ti^ o ry ut Shelly A V an ^ iy n s. Col sioner for the long term , four years. leveler, valuer and auction(*er?posta
\rr Albany 11:10 a in I
Benj^uin Harrison w ill‘get there.’ ballot; it -I 10 dd hier a * by Amerl
J/tive Allmny 1:00 p ni j
ors ah-olutely guuranteecL
Mr. M cLinch i« a solid man and his address, I hillas, Polk county, Oregon
,, Corvalli* 1:40 j) in >
The Republican Ix-ague o f Kola can im m igration and
goods fur the money.
Arr Yaqninu 5:.'KI p 111 )
eigners hi'ixtining citizens. The set
friends will rejoice w ith him .
Specifications, estim ates, plans and |JJW (K|jourtUH| untll after harxest.
0 Mr«. LaH ansieurCity Bazaar
' trains eunneet at Albany mut Cor
H enry Robins lias finish«! him a (Irawingsofdwellings, barna, bridge»,
w. T . Pearce, Esq., has returned off from the (* itcmO will ••<* ju st ' \ .11 II * 1 A. 1 Tim
I ndepenilen«*, lias n niee lot
alaivr trains isniins-t at Yii<|iiina
of ladies muslin underwear, hosiery, neat residence on his place lietw(*en
apirc for a liort deaths and removals. Now, Ju n e with to* up . 1 n I i. vt'lMpineiit C miii puny's
gluvi's, inits, ixdlars,cuffs; gents neck
election 1883 average vote- 1(573 wen* 'l'ii el -■ .un-hips lK-twis-n Yaquina and
h(*n* and Dallas.® it is an ornament work furnished. W ill attend in Dal stay.
wear, handkerchiefs, socks; also, sta
ni«t, in 1888 only 1007, reckoned on I .San
- Ml.I\i. DATE- FROM YAQUINA.
tionery, books, croquet sets, notions to the country.
votes cast for clerk, sheriff and a —■ «- Willu otti Vallo)
Thtirmlsr, 7:90a. in.
A day spent In tlie woods pic nic- iw li isiuntv isairt week, office at j representative of American ideas.
inmtnii'niMc. Calf iK'fore purchas
Tnaslay, July Ani
sor. It Is clear th«i death« or al»- Willmm tto Valley
ing or roughing it, puts fre-h vigor thi* isairt house.
W<« Inox lay “ ISth
( ’. C. Starhuck returnisl l:ed w<s*k stainers from voting don’t aec ;»unt Wil 1 uiielti- Valley
Hundajr " 20 th
Z. F . Vaughn alw ays keeps the hit- into the system anil helps one to get
F . S. Glandon, living near McCoy,
from Yaquina Bay. Ho reports the for this decrease, so it must I k n '
FKOM SAN FRANCISCO.
«■«t styles in all kinds of Jea^'elerj- and throU|fh t‘he hi-atcd s , k -||.
and a hired man had a most th rill-
Thiinslny June 2*tli
fanciftil ornament«, and know« now
outlook for the boy dull.
mováis. W hy can’t we keep o l i r Willmm tto Valley
Friday, July EMIi
Mr. Claud W arren, of the Sum m it ing expcrienis* and a narrow escape
to display them to the U-st advantage.
Grover Cleveland is the ciii I hm I í - voting ineii in the county? tliat- the Willamette Valley
Tuexduy „ 24th
Hcnton county, made his friend Mi-s from death from collision with the
You IY.B get first class «x lar siiin-
ment of KnglDh ideas and the ex- Iiurning question o f the day for us in Willamette
This 1 Minpany resnrrc* the right to ehanKc
- a call hen* this week. H e is west side up-l»ound jiassenger train.
glc- fnua ifiKKlinan and Douty, In-
o n e o f the live rustling and prosper- Mr. Glandon and hi« man hitched ponont o f the Moil'd Mouth
: , : ! Portland and all
up the work team to the farm wagon
Willamette Valley points can make close
Messrs. Mtaver A W alker have ju n-t
st ous young men o f that county.
ent owners refuse to divide up or 1 nnetti"ii with the trains ofthe Ynqiiina
T h e com m ittee o f arrangements of and started for McCoy not far dis- ed in this precinct.
issued instructions to Barzee A H<>l>-
runt«’ at Allmny or Curvali!», ami if destinisi
ertson which »uables them to leiul tin* tho Oregon Press association met taut. On the way they had to cross j Considerable hay was slightly less**n? or is it that inform ation in In Sin I'. siii isti -titilliti arrange to arrive at
trade In Harvesting Machinery. W ednesday evening and appoint«! the west side in a a heat field. It damaged here by the last rain.
regard to the vanint governm ent, Yaquina the evening before «ailing.
Exta« o f all kinds, also, twine, a com m ittee o f three, «insisting of appears that they did not not!«* the |
'¿1 -enger and freight rates always the low-
, railroad, school and university lands
The democrary will vote next
iH'ltiiig, oils, Isilts, hay forks, etc.
1« hard to I k * obtained by anyliody? ■•-t Fur information apply C.
W rite, or call on them im m ediately, H, J . H endricks, J . B* F ith ian , I. A approach of the train, for when they November for England’s lals>n*ra
Acting penerai freight and passenger agent
as this means business from a com Manning on finances, the com m ittee got on the track it Was so close u;s»n monopolist* to work
up our raw 1 know not, and Just note the facts.
1 ireguii I*:.l it" railnsul Co., Corvalli», Or.
Remember you can have the On-
p etitive standpoint.
to n |s»rt as soon as possible« Con- them that they hod to Jump for their material and pis-ket the profits,
c II IIASWKtX,
(It noni I freight and passi-ngor agi*nt
W h ile at Independemt* one day siderahl«* talk concerning the np- lives. The cowcatcher -tn ick the
The republican ;>arty opposes all venilsT election for .7<( cts.
Or '/ufi IVvelopniont Co.. 204 Mont street.
this week, our attention was attract preaching session was indulged in, two horses and literally disembowel- lalsir that comes inoom jietitlou a ith
want every person in Polk county
ed to a new and novel mowing ma and a dls|K»sition to span* no pains »si them lsith, and com pletely de-
chine in our opinion is the most jH*r-
to see the Oior.RYEK. H**nd in your
The lati -f in flu* Jew elry line at
feet mower we have ever exam ined " r expens» to m ake it a success was mnlish»*d tiie wagon.
H enry Patterson’-.
it i* the ( S i A« haln Power.
Polk County Observer.
VM> l I F K i : V U O I T S .
The young man who starts on an
evil course, intending to go only a
little way, makes a doulde m istake;
he und. r-rate- the power o ftem p ta-
tk m ,an d over ratea hla own power
Tlie county commissioners court
lia- decided to retit the old ja il by
putting in thriv steel cells in the
pre-ent building. T h is is a step in
tlie rig h m irection . Let us improve
our pulilie liuildings.
Married at the r s B w i v of 15.9'.
Mfll.iiicli, near Lincoln, this county,
Mi— Ali«* K. MeLincli to Frank 1*.
They will m ake their
home in Salem . Many congratula
tions were tendered the happy cou
The Yaquina Route.