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Polk County Observer.
1I L H E AND 11K UK A U D I T S .
IIIiilg|ii>rt llr o o t l i n g « .
Tiie Dallas merehants say business
(Pi Mr-. V andervert’s phuv, uear
/.enu, :t 0 or U) bushel* o f wheut wu* is good, considering the busy tim e of
(Had to s v d i. 1». Mulkey is Deputy
At the last statiti m eeting o f I ’luiii
l'aldl-lu <1 Every Saturday.
ilestreyed by tire, veliteli Mas set out tlie year for the farmers. There are Sheriff what that man isn’t capable \ alley Eisige, No. till, E O .O . F .,
W heat prices are looking up.
from thè threshing entrine, when not many people hum m ing about on of isn’t worth showing. H e’ll sell McCoy, Oregon, Aug. is, l^-s; the
I “The tmvu of Monmouth Is mttiatoil in the
Tlu* harvest moon has almost gone
m achinery when* any otln*r agent
movi no freni thè tiekl ami was uot the s tm ts, hut they come into the would get tired p. d. g. We would follow ing preamble and resolution*
■center of the re heut )>art of i *..1 k • ;ntv.
^ tig h t mili-*'■■uth of the i •unity ■ a. |>,! . 1 ».
oxtingui*hod 'tilt it litui cuught iato stores buy what they want and are rather be subletp by him as deputy were adopted:
B and tw o ami one-hulf g - we>t. .f the tliriv-
Threshing is about finished ni*ar thè w beat sa ri©
s h £ iff than set up in a good bu-int~-
right off for their work again.
W i n li \s, Hr.>. 11. ( 1. ! Ujwle.v, a
hy some men. S o handcuffs needl'd mendier o f Plum V alley I ox I oh , N o .
Bjiopuhttioii of over too. The 1-•• .itn mi i- u hen*.
For thè spring»; D ave, Ben, W ill
party \\Q given
^Beautiful one, on a rieh rollini.' |.norie, and
l’his mouth L j- live W ednesday-, timi Al W hiteaker loft Thurstlay for in tlie College («rove Saturday, ill as 1,. D. is so charm ing in talk tliat il », i. < ». < >. F. met \\ itila -.i 1 mil un
¡if for itene: nl healthlalli
tile -ite.-all that
to I«* arre-ted by lli 111 is equal to a timely death liv ucchlent and
Bcmild l>e desired. Monmouth ortet- many tlvi* Thursday* and ti v»* Friduvs.
a few weeks stay at the warm springs honor of Misses Victoria Barzee and picnic. [W h at do you get pniOlor
W iir.itK xs, By his death Plum
B a d i anttet, und tho-e eouteinplatinit any en-
Valley E'tdge lost one of its most usi*-
Jo lm B. Stum p was shipping tip- on the M cK inzle river. F is h in g Maggie Buchanan, V ictoria’s loth this notice, Brooder?) E li. of ohm .
S> the “ Jeffersonian sim plicity’’ of ful ami c'ti eincd mem bers, w h " by
■The tJ»-i.l!V. it will I k - re.i I in , v, rv ! iw n-hi|> pies and pears last week.
and hunting is the main object ami and Maggie’s 1 Ith year. It was a
e o u -i'iB t and upright walk
our lute county officers leaves u- ten b
Hand ut evi ry j stolti e in the
Ban d thereloi™ une.v eiled a.- an ndv. -it
thousand dollars in debt. "S im p lic ihrough life, w a ;0 lii.u-ilE the
tini-hed. They art* 3»l and 4.» fis t
T h e work on tin* Ja il at Dallas lias young Missi s a—cii'kjcd. The ladies ity ” is a lovely qualltx but perhaps love and ■ 'oiitid' u c o f a ll w in WneW
begun. The old cells have been re- have the thanks o f the OnsoitVKit of wants m ixin g with a little wi-dmn him. I’hT q lu* it
li. m h - 1st. That w hile we 1 m » w
for this wicked world. I In t why
Tlie 01»M*rver four mouth- tri* .»Oct-
11. \\. Hawley stayed in town Sun movixl and the building is t»eing re- fice for a -am ple of the refreshments didn’t they O y a tax of 2 n m ills and in humliie stihmis-ioii to the inevita
day nigl®, returning to his home at pairt^l for the reception of th e new o^that (Kvasion.
pay this - i f in their own term ^ ‘of ble and deeply deplore tlie loss of our
cull*. Sheriff s B i t h is quite anxious
T a k i n t i q t i i k A s v i . c m : W . ^ fice? J>f«u ir-i> they didn’t WMi to b rotliO iu al that w hile Ids p lacch i
McCoy Monday morning'.
get tin* credit of a freehanded expen our lodge will always remain vacant,
A list o f nine new subscribers for to try liis luck at holding a prisoner I’attison of I’errydule, was brought diture and leave the odiuui of in yet we liellevo Hornee has gained a
tin* <in s k itvKit were received this fast should the opportunity preOut Ut'ore Judge Stoutfer, Drs. W orth creased taxation with th eir “ rascally” • a t in that celestial grand lodgealBve
1 in etlltivutn ui. -
and W o o d s , W ednc-day ©lie successors.
when* tin* I ; r.:t:iI Ma-ter of tl’. cB n i-
week from one threshing crowd.
I - > '
ver-e rules supreme,
| i© !iu n ! Jl . n - i n 1 tiliivnte'ii, -
1 1 !>, :
“ G reely” Tutom , who drives a
2nd. That in our appreciation of
a n d © -lure. - 11 jier
his services as a ch.istiun man and
fa--<t hor-c about town, hail a mishap by lu iQnother, Mr». I). Stum p, start
Monthly for Canton, Missouri, when* S lieriffS iO ih com m itted liim to tl© dei.” eh?
K iv m i* ! ( >dd Fellow, our Eodge be
lauinni'rhiHow, ^ ihm ! hon-e and liurn,
.«I Thursday, which resulted in IiiQ-urt
draped in mourningmid the brothers
y will Join the l ’rof. B i o is now d.-ylum at Salem that evening,
lorehurd. $'.7 1 | r uere. it i- well loeatt I.
and harm - being bailee torn up.
wear the usual badge o f mourning
president of tli** Christian College of
W i i k a i B i iin k ii .- Isaac
ItlO Aere-. all ill I llltlvation, _■ I ! | " 1
Snowballs are now in bloom in tin*
for the period o f th irty days and that
ju n d barn. »¡oa o - HUtninerfallow, farm div :d-
place. Mrs. Stum p will renQin dur of Ballston, lost utmut fiOO bushels of
a pagi ' 'f I UI», I « Igl• Rix'ords be s e t
yard of Mr. T. (>. W aller. Som ething
The Diti It/ Orer/onhm of two week - apart and fb-erved aere« l to bis
wheat that was in sacks in Q i-field
ing tin* winter.
Idesirulile farm, $.'!•> per uere.
rem arkable for this tim e o f the year
B tin 943
Jo h n Stapleton, who lives two at Ballston, by tire on last Thursday. ago published a li t of what it calls niem ory.
¡trd. 'l’Iiat two copie- " t i n s e resol-
cultivation, ^.' oim I oreliurd, splendid -l 1 k > ¡is they belong to the oarly spring
miles east of this place, while at In-
farm , $10 per a re.
lltiolis under seni o f thè Lodgi* I h *
dependenee, W ednesday met with a Considerable U 0 re of the grain that of Oregon, who arrivisi up to the inaile and one be lurni-hed thè I«*-
All the above farms are choice land and
l ’n -s Holman is having his farm
serious accident. ( J l e was working was saved from the lire is m<Q*or ywir 1S65. Below we give a list of reaNcd wiie ui'mir di*K**as**il brother
finely loc ated. Inquirii- liv mail will rt eive
residence on the Luckiumute neatly
»¡7 n am e-^ lm a rriv a l from the year and tilt* «ala r be fiirn ftted bis l'atlier,
jircm pt attention. We -ell and take on mi-
aroundWht* grain chopper in Clag- less damaged.
Isft to is.',I, now living in tin* town mot ber and fam ily, whose forni liopi-s
luission, any jiroi-Ttii-i in Oregon. JAM IS painbal.
g ett'- wan*liouse and e-.iuglit one of
Monmouth, an I © ith but o n e g \- ami briglit antieipations for bis futuro
T.VJe.M , M i nniouth, 1 ’• .1 k e"imty. Or, on. |
his hands in the cog-wheels taking
D a lla s I,o r n i * .
wa- so suiiileiily and sadly term ina-
proving ' f tlnOfarm- over the coun off the ends o f four fingers. Dr. B u t
not one of their names men- j teil
B u s illis - is quiet.
^>tion**«l ill the O/'M/ow/ir.* ii-t. M any:
ty. Tins hespt'aks the greatest evi- ler dressed the wound, and ©placed
It li, Tliat a ©p.v o f these resolu
l’ cr-oiiul .llciyAon.
Miss © val and Harold Oberg w
t i o n - I h * furuislied eaeh of theCm uity
denci s i pro perity.
married Thursday evening.
K x-.-herlir(irovi“s was in town Fri-
vicinity wlio are not lu*ardofiii that papers with a reqiust that tliey l»o
Pleasure seekers are r e ta ilin g
th y .
Q I Dr. I. T . Mason, the dentist, has be saved.
list, i f the '© unnian list is as in !
purelm-cd 1 >r. .F. C. B yrd ’s olllce at
P M I. K I MisToX )
Miss K a te Creese, o f I'ftv n llis, wa home.
Mrs. Hooker, of A irlie, is Beported
complete in other eouOtics, 9 - it i-
C. li. K KI.TY
Salem , and can now L>e found at th e in town Wislnesd;^' Qi gilt. On
q u ite sick .
in PuCk, it would
o f little aeemmt !
F . F. P o st *
Thursday ;©'ompanieiI by Prof. J \0 to the beach.
to a large number of pioneers;
\V. E . Dalton went to l'ortlantl
l ’rof. O . K. Yates lias sold liis Buchanan, they left for a visit to
Cene lla y to r had the m isfortuneto
prop: rty at lndi'pendence, and m^v- their friend ,M iss V it© Ruble, who run a nail in liis foot. G. N. Town
P ro b ate C o u r t .
B M rs. Lym on B w o n has been quite iil to ( ’orvallisThursday.
l.ukr M O
Mi-, Ila U Waller, IE M. ° Q
lives near tl© Luckim ute Falls. Mi-- send is managing clerk of his store
I ti tin* n u tter o f the ostato
ViilU't- n Q < • I« • ili' Stillili»
during his aib© nt.
(kick ¡it her home south of town.
Conner, will admitted to priiTmte,
°i'yp h oid fever is reported in the Crii s*> will teach the Elk C ity, RciO
1 N I©.
T he Narrow Gunge workmen are
Alfred Huston and wife, of Inde
Aptirais'Ts, Cyrus Duel, N. Syron
One or two ton county, school, whicli begins the now busy at work. n*|Oieing the
* 6 ' ^eighhorhiHid of A irlii
Win. lknvson, Mrs. H. M. Waller an J and Charles linei.
pendence, spent Sunday in^ iw n
c a se s i icin g v e r y l o w
burned engine liou -eand wind mill Maiyrot 1 »« >t 1 1 1 ■
I n the n u tter of tin* estate o f Jo h n
I al.ee Fenton and crowd have re-
The engine house and wind null is principal o f the North Y am hill o f the e*ompuny.
Irolliu-head, petition tiled and < >ra
turned from tluyiioum ains.
Hon. .1. .1. Daly lias returned from
used to draw 'Sinter forth** narrow public school, anil w ill start up in
Mr-. A U si« •II. Mr- Slieltoa.Strs A. \. 11 oliinsheud appointed adni’x.
tlie fishing trip on Mill Creek.
„ Cult nui, K. M. i olila-alai wile. 1*. 11. Itur-
.1. W .C rid r, of Dallas, was on our gauge tank at the Dallas bridge was about three wtH*ks.
In the n u tter o f the is ta te o f J .
Turnridueei'iitinued un)§l next court
Old Polk county ites going on a visit
The horse to Joh n < ¡rant - delivery nett.
streets Tut -d ay .0
di-troved by tire Tuesday evening.
l istate of * too. Fuqua, tinnì account
to tin* home o ftlie ir youth. Jo lm wagon ran awav am P maslnsl the
is The cause of tlu* tire unknown.
Urs. Am erica < ira
till'd oad 1st Monday in Oct. set for
®ìn our town witli Tier sist
\Y. W . Brooks, of Independeiiee, and Silas ltiggs, with their wives, of
I hearing same.
■ Frank Collins.
' wa- c Uli I t » Sab *9 Tuesday to see Rail-ton leave on Monday fo itjftrip
Estate o f I. Vanhorn, court order
1». J. uml H. F. Whitettl.er.
to Illin o is to visit relatives aiul old
ed aitai ion to ^ e is-uisl to the heirs.
Miss Em m a Pereival is thè guest Ids m other, who has been sick for
friends. They will be gone ubo®!
IM b. /
T h is beautiful little ìo w iiq Ì s ju st
Estate of A. M. Jon es, «is** contin
B n t lim i. J . Uy IhiwTey’s houle tlii- -'in : time, and it is thm ftht that she
II .1. Untier, T. i ». Wul- ued until Hrst Monday in ¡September.
I will not get w ell.
^¡ler, K. ltinliv II, Mi- .1. !.. tìuiiin. Me W.
Eld. I*. It. Burnett, who is now v e - t .
Fred. Snyder, who was mentioned
1*. 11 nal lev, Mis. C. C Raley mat l ' U"OI
MO ?:«> :i Wliift*. of llarrisburg,
pastor of tin* Salem Christian < ’hurch,
II. C. F o x , wheiO-weigher at the
IliiMiD -s .^!(’lition.
O will a sist Prof. Ik F. Mulkey in thè two wet ! - ago, as a ©IdqtjtallyÄlioot-
warehous**, ® W . H. l’arri-li, A. II. (iriggs, J , !.. ( ¡ » in
ing himself, i^*ar Salem , is fast re- moved hi- fam ily to that town Tliurs-, o K n itz A W ashhurne
jgàM cCoy scilo.il thè coming terni.
new lulvertiseineiits tliis
day o f this week. They w ill In says they are getting a fine lot of
(iene H ayter, thè genia! dry gooils ! coveiing.
missed by the Monmouth [duple, grain. They will get all they can
The 1’. M. A. store lias new goods.
m e’ chant of Dallas, now walks on J Eld. J . W . W ebb will preach at
having resided here a number of • toro. One
auer is kept busy at o F . S. Powell unii wife, Mrs. A. M. Worth.
k erutclus; he rati a nail in bis foot.
! tlie i liur<*h to-morrow kSimday.) years, and as
Connowny A- Cooper hardware
Burnett served the this house.
m en, I mli'pendcnco.
church hen* as pastor so aectqitable
It. A. Ail'Jn . Frankie Murphy. A
T he tine rol|i*r flouring o»RIs of W. Mrs.
W . I*:. Dalton will lntv wlieat and
man. A ll corni* out tu
lateas nail wile, s S. Whitman mal wife,
I nesday and Tliurs lay. Ilia healtli
for three years.
K ratz A- Washbourm* is now run by W. Waterlai i r mal wife, lì. W. KI i I ht I, oats at the highest m arket price.
t has been much improved.
'fliose of the Monmouth citizens steam tin* water in the race is not suf Jume- l .ie q M i . I! 'l'o ¡'lo.. \\ P. Bra i
A ll styles of sum m er dress goods
Eym an Damon threslird 12acn*sof
lev, II M. iJuviilsoD, Mm. Win. I».:» m amt
T . J . < ¡raves and <).<>. Sh u rtiiff of
rc -te d in im proving the ivm etry ficient to keep the warehouse and John
,at i i at E. H nyter’s, Dal)a ••
1 Murphy mal wife.
wheat on bis place Saturday, that
itlie McCoy’s jo lly farmers are now
south of town are ri*quost<*d to nie**t mill running. They un* running at O
G o to N’mighiis, Dallas tlie leading
yielded him !<» bushels to the acre.
t s.» 3 .
[im proving the tim e in the harvest
at the church on Suturdayat i o ’eliwfl. their fullest capacity. This company
Ira F. M N It unit Mueirle Muller, Nia\
! Miss M cFadden, of Itosi*burg, is I>. m . ( ’om e out anil give your assis buy anything in the grain line, and Haley,
Faints, ( liis, V'arnisliut 11. R. I’ut-
It. M Smith, It. ('..unit Win. I’eivl-
H on. W arren T ru itt and wife left | ' ¡siting
was form erly tance and advice.
vul mul wife. Mira
Duviilson, Ammala terson’s cheap.
give the liighest m arket price.
8, Doughty, W in. Manon, A. N. Hulleek, M.
tin* Normal, and
[fo r \storia and North Beach T h u r - ! »> art teacher in the
A Chinaman was struck on the
F . S. Barzee is bringing on new
llaler, Marv J.
I larvesting is about finished in this
l day. They will spend a week at the I her many friends are pleased to see head by < harl - Sm ith , with q pitch-
Mo\lev, I.. I* , s • ¡ ami O. M. K ramer, John .roods every day. Call and see his
vicinity. T he end of this week will Wolverton mul wife, Mr . li. T. Waller, J •0
f a oil papqg, w indow blinds
& w ide. ‘
> ' r’
fork handle, while threshing near not !"aye but few shocks standing in W. Zulu nail/
j j . \v. Kirkland Isa live realestatel I>i»«rd StnBe and family of Soutli- Silverton on Monday. The China the fiel*
l s :,t .
Tiie dry giHids store ! ’. M. A. will
q . He is an old man was thought to be fatally injured
mau. 1 le is doing a good business.
Mr- li. Ö’. El'her, Sar:¿, I »avis mal C give yo i a bargain if you will cull
Some little sickness is reported in
pioneer o f Oregon, and was one** a hut late accounts sa.*© he will get
Miss » rtrude S©at~,m entioned in
and see them.
resident o f this place, as far back as well.
I last issue, of A irlie, is still very sick,
Shelley and Vnnduyn are in the
On Tuesday evening the 21st hist.,
'k of general
Dr. Woods o f Dallas is attending her.
O n thi* U un a «e me lit o f Ne\v-|iap|yr- lead with tin* largi t sL M
At Derry, a h alf m ile east o f here,
T he Normal school will open two l ’rof. and Mrs. P. L. Campbell, en
merchntidise in Iiidep.iidenee. T h eir
( l e i t e i l to I n e I ni e re s i« o l K i ll -
T h e Misses Powell, of Hillsboro,
to r» bv a F a r m e r
pc 11 compare with ^u* tim es and
week from ni*.\|)Tuesday, Sept, the tertained a number of their lady and Geo. W hite, the genial station agent j
I are th e guests of their unde, lio n . T.
| must try to return the kind- afi good -are warranted first elasa.
11 th. A large numlier o f students I gentlftnen friends at tin* home o f and warehouse mail, is doing a good
j IS. Pow ell.
| IIIn a weekly recipient o fin
W hen you go to Dallas don’t fail
have made aifipiigeiiionts to enter at M iss Cassie Stum p. The party being business. Two iflcanersare kept laisy
to exam ine E. liny tor's stock o f gen
F.O Y . M ulkey left on Frid ay for tin* l i gimf©ig.
in honor of Miss Lizzie Iz*e W arren,
T o leil >, on the Yaquina bay, where
eomputed that tiiereare 15n(KKi eral merchandise.
!«. P. K ram er and fam ily, after an of Chicago, who is a talented musi more gram tored with him thi^year
For Hu** watch work go to U. N.
he will remain everal weeks in
abs *net* of 13 years in W ashington cian, and furnish***! some charm ing than in any former. ’I lie capacity o f , editors in the I'n ited States mostly Grant at II. B. Fatterson ’s.
¡search o f health.
Territory and California returned on music, which was highly appreciated
The most complete stock o f dress
J . R . Coop r of Indep* ndenci'Qjia- last Saturday.
( ’has. Miller one m ile sou t li of here young.” ,
by all. T h e evening was a delight-
good te v : ry brought to Polk county,
ju st I © ded burning a large kiln of
is m aking some improvements on
W hy are not all editors wealthy? at I .. I lay ter’- I »alia P
Layton Tindle, who was struck lul one, and will long lK*rememU m l
I A want of economy is the cause.
on tli■ dj. ad by W in. Davis ¡(E) Bulls-
Spectacles properly tuou-scd and
Mr. B urkhart and daughter,
T he Nesmith place is having fern*- C o stly presses and now type and a a«*urately fitted at Henry I’utterson’s.
ton, is -till i'E a eritieal eoiulition
A lbany, and Mrs, H ez Davidson
and tlie hurt m ay result seriously j tin* Wif.tf S h ore M uffitine, that Port O in g repaired and new gat©* put in. restless striving after so-called im- Every pair warranted. No fit, no
provements eost money
Pom eroy, W . T ., were the guest
y ■!; but it i- hoped it may 1 ® other- |all(j ( ( fregón, is the center of maim This is a tine farm and is licautifuily
I A gooiI and efficient press niay I h *
friends liere last week.
Paints, oils, varnishes, etc., at
factures for the great Columbia river
J ™ i,-tm ct.»l mit o f un nid hlmler !»v W aterhouses.
M r. and Mrs. Gross, of Eugene,
Tin* warehouse o f H aw ley, K elty région, iuid pos-es-es ailvantages « il-
1 lu>r*‘ ,s l" ’t il
l»r"a!»l’roua and |my (.(|it, (r « fa iiieehaiiicul turn—thi.fl
Ib-nry Patterson has Just received
will li 0 'c charge o f the Normal din
ihmj J ti 1 K>rIicKKl |u jt.seif Isa snvin^.
and .'-oar- at McCoy, i- having:! © o il n ilatcil to inake it tin* yrnut manu-
a new slock of all the latest novelties
in g liall the com ing session.
To kis p d*»wn e.\|s*n^ m ake your in the jew elry line. No old goods in
run ns is the other house of that busi facturing point o f the i ’acifie eoast. in Gn*gon, Tlian is thi* on** arounil
own ink ¡i few trial- will show what his stock. Drop in and exam in e
Mi — Lizzie Lei* W arren, o f<’hieago, ness town. The bountiful harvest its Tin* Wrxt S h o rt is an illustrated ma g- Dixu
Ingredients lire In st to use for this
was tin* guest of her cousin Prof. P. a lia r© -t indeed for warehousemen. aztne the only one on the Pacific
L . Campbell a few days this week.
Thou-nnds o fl.fllie- -av it is tho
Enough attention is not paid to the
It al E itn tr.
Geo. M iller, a 13-year-old boy, who coast, and m akes a specialty o f * 1 **-
1 m —t they ever used. T h ey mean the
Sh e is returning to her home aftera
scribing and illustrating tin* west in
The following deeda were record* d ment to head ¡1 column. ( arcand a t W hite
wing machine*—you will
visit in California and the National was bucking straw for a th n -h c r on all its features.
with tin* county clerk:
tention i- ¡ill that i- needed to seeure find them at Buster A Vernons, In
Teachers’ Association. Sli* l©t liere
Jo h n M urphy was quite seriously
Z**d Rosendorf to H enry Patterson thi* result.
eounty, had liis thigh I m »»** broken
N. H. Butler has all kinds o f ma*
by liis horse getting tangled in tin* b u rto n Monday. Hi* was engaged
keep each letter in a place of its own. ehiiie oil-, ( ’¡ill and see him before
Ex-County Clerk, Dave Sears, is
driving a grain wagon with Mr. j consideration #**•<).
harness and falling on him .
H enry Patterson anil wife to Zed
purchasing el«e where.
now m aking a hand in his ware
Town lots are lming given aw ay to P rather’s machine near Hucna V ista, Rosendorf lot tt in block 7 Indepen i»e iimm I i * of em pty kerosene «ins cut
house at McCoy. H<* is looking well
. unaiid soldered.
Note the following specialties at
parties who will build giM»*l sulistan- when Ids team started to run, Is ing dence, $(500.
Advertise fn *iy in each other’s pa-
and says it is a m istake to say that
\V. E . Yates and wife to Zed Ros i**rs and meet together to exchange Shelly «( Vanduyns: t ‘> inch em broi
tial business houses on tiiem . A out o f tlie wagon, in* took hold of the
an ex-otticial i"> not lit tor hard work.
der kirtm g, Newport scarfs, chiniles
numiier have signilltxl their inten horses hits, they taking him along in endorf lots h and <5 b l * H 'k 1 !i Indepen ideas.
ehinile cord, fancy ornam ents for ta
Prof. George Stanley anil m other tion of building. W e «-an expect to front o f them some distance when dence 8<i7o.
Statistics show tlint some 17. S. jk i - bic scarfs, etc.
left on Tuesday for Corvallis, from
hearths* hum o f the saw and ham one of the horses fell on him . Jo h n M. Staats 127 tn re-o f land near A irlie I* t s issue 12 -"»,( ms * w is e ly copies.
H o r - e -hoeing, new -hoes $l.o0;
Any man of energy m ay equal if not
ny is considerably bruised up Hut
w hich place Prof. Stanley will go to
m er this fall in Monmouth.
exceed tliis. You have only to se ri - *tting slioe- all around $.*<>; plow
Prinevilh* in tim e to ls-gin liis dutie-
thin ks lie will i»e aide to work again
I). W . Ilriskel and wife to A. W . cure th at numiier o f sulmrrilierH and sharpening w ithout cutter $ . 2 l> and
At Dallas Wednesday evening at 8 soon.
Hs a teacher in Septem ber.
■ M other work In proportion. Oak
Lucas l Vi acres near Monmouth $0000 Fnele Hum’s m ails are ois*n.
o’clock the 22nil, D ss, Harold Otierg
put in fo r s l, n»k b arsiach
ltolK*rt and Iauira Burnett on Sat
Eld. R. M. M essiek, who has been
Oregon Land Co. to II. J . Miiithorn
Lanktrec’s Monmouth at
was married to A oelia R oyal. The
hands—thorouhly eleanse them witii $1. at
urday evening August IMh, enter
pa-tor of the Christian church hen* !) acres near Eola $*Vin.
the old stand.
I some detergent m aterial.
liappy couple will leave im m ediately
tained a num ber of their friends at
for the jiast year, lias accepted a «ill
M any newspapers would |*ay in
Mrs. laiBun-i* u rt'ity Biuaiar
for Chicago, where Mr. Oberg will
the resilient*“ o f their father. E ld . P.
fnan theehun-li at Trenton, Missouri, Turner lots 2 and t bliK'k *» iFalla» siiite of costing more to product* than
1 ndcpendciice, lias a nice lot
it. B u rnett. Various games were in
and expects to en ter that field o f la-
Clias. Sw egle to NV. l i . Holm«** they sell for If m ore attention were o f ladle- inuslln underwear, hosiery,
Oberg the profession of music. Tin*
gloves, m it*, collars,cuff-; gent* neck
ix»r ( let. 1. Eld. M e*sick’s work Ia n* loo acres in T II S 5 $3,3(57.
dulged in, and a very pleasant tim e
T h e one»* use*I ink should lie can*- wear, handker»*liiets, -i* -ks; also, sta
on.-i. tV FK wislies them sucre**.
was enjoyisl by all. Those pre-ent
lias ls*en of much go*»! and satisfiM'-
fully scra|**d fr»*m tli*- t y i* -*, clothes. tionery, Iwioks, er<Miuet -ets, notions
A fam ily o f ten, who have lately tion to tla* people; and tln-ir heart*
wen*. Misses Cora Robinson, (o ra
Iloor, **t**., and em ployisl a s»*eond innum erable. Full before purchas
S m ith , B ertie W hiteaker, Edik* arrived from Nebraska, and ***ttl**l and prayers go with him to that field
and stop|M»l Id* paper, issattsi* we
Unsold «iiiies should is* haw kisl
I^»nktn*e, Bertha Cattron, Ora B ri-- n**nr Dallas, are speaking in high o f labor w ith kind remembrances for
W . E . Dalton will in-ure your
area nil a-siiii»»iv*ly for wrapping pa
tow , Ida W aller, Edith P erd v a l, term s of Polk county, ls*ing well still more success, which will surely
lters. Tin* editor- children can lie wlieat. He i- an experienced iaisi-
ni— man and can give satisfac*ory
Dweaini V ictoria Baraee; M*~srs. El- pleased with th eir new hom e. They attend him .
candidate for vie»* president. Facts usefully employed in this industry.
■todfed the history o f every county
As ¡ill honest hiisir i* honorable term s on all grain that la* insuri-sand
don H aley, El-w orth Barzee, Frank .......................
It don’t m ake any difference, it is " h it hard;” and lie w ill serve as an
! (sis* exchange-», tin* editor should should the owners wish to -ell before
you «in get the )>e*t goods, and
M ^htgom ery, F'reil Lucas, I*eiui la - in the state before coming an 1 -* 1 » - ^
other exam ple of a ffofet m an gone not Is* too higli toned tosp iit his own the tim e expire- of policy,the money
toni, E rn *-t T .»tom ,(’h '-te r M urphy,
w ill lie refunded on rem aining tim e.
w i * * I and do chori -.
anil Ed. Sm ith .
Farms for Sale.