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Polk County Observer.
IIKRK a m » UERRAHOt TS.
l l i u l gp ^ i t t t r o u d i ug s .
Crop rejiorta are flattering.
Win. Wells and Moore o f Hucnn
Still the whet it eomes pouring im
Published Every Saturday.
This isabountil'ul crop.
hack to lnde|K*iulem.v again.
j men to pick their hops for 15 cents Gardner’s new house.
Call apt in.
E. P. Gwinu, who live* but a few
“ The town o f Monmouth in situated in the
The La Creole Academy at Dallas »H‘r * ° x . They have quite a large
(.'¡reus next Tuesduy.
center o f the richest part of Polk county,
; acroage with an exceptional i»riglit they will control our markets hy milt • from thi- place i> having a fine
will open Sept. 10th.
Suite smoke thisym r.
wind-mill put up. The tank frame
eight mile.-, south o f the "iiu ity seat, Dullux,
| outlook for a good yicld.
Cleveland’s election when we are w ill be 15 feet high and the tank will
and two and .m e-lialf miles west of the thriv
Vote for 1 larrison.
ing town of lnd eis ndeitee, and contains a
an ueiv of huid negr misreprcsentevl at all foreign courts hold l ’ mmi gallon.-. Tint wateraecom-
preach at independence Saturday ev-
population o f over 4uo. The location is a
Sunburn i*s the style.
wos rulsed tliis year too by ox-rebels. Truly has some one intxlatiou will lx* gri'at.
bcuutlful one, on a rich rolling prairie, ami
ening and Sunday morning.
Jas. Denisey iia* made a good rmt
for general healthfullness, the site is all that
Business is improving.
huslit'ls of as tiñe onions as can 1 k ' said that tin* “ reward of treason in
I.icense to wed was Unuetl Thurs- ralsed in the World. The owner says the lu lle d Siate- is a lirst-ehi's Ut f i with his threshingoutfit.
Could la* desired. Monmouth otiers many
Harrison ami Arorton.
a d v a n t a g e s , and th o se contemplatingany en
A. C. Beck our hlacksmitli Is kept
t day liy the county clerk to J . W. he will realizo at least «io cents per elgn mission.
terprise are ill vi' I t ...... tiler wit ll our litu cli®
Craig and Miss Klla Davis.
The • ht-t «\ i k vv ill l>e rvad in every township
hushel. Why don’t tliis strike some
Some of our people are thinking of
and at every p istotliee in the entire enmity,
S>me reports of salt's of wheat.
Churchill A Montieth wish to di*- of our thrmers os a prolitable busi- oats from ’Jo acres.
taking a pleasure irip to tin* coast or
bnd therefore unexcelled as all adve. i^ n ^
Wheat is on the upward Ix-at.
p is«‘ « f tliier *t«H'k of gootl'O They ness enterprise.
Mr. \V. Ruble intends to build a mountains a* soon us the harvest la
taken cure of.
I are giving bargains.
Our schools will soon start.
The re sivms ti» l>e considerable stir barn and to stay lu re for the winter
The Observer ftur months for 50cts.
I’ ntriutic Music tiHtl \arioti.
The little stm of lVrry and Emma in
the whcat market at Dallas and
The State fair is coining on apace.
Mr*. J . P. Starr is sick und also
O b s e r v e r 25 cents for throe Pratlu r died at Buena Vista of ty- Smithtield. Over iojHHH) bushels
The music of “ Hail Colmnhia” waff
Della ( Sillium.
plioid fever, on Aug. 2lth.
; have been suiti for 68 and 70cents per
, ao nqxi-itioii styled “ The Pn'sident’a
One heavier is still with us run l>y ’ March,” by a Gerinau noisiciaii, on
Ed. Dove, the Bird Island hop ! bushel, though quite a numlier of
Don't forget the Circus next T u e s
raiser i t ports a tine prosjavt. He Ihrmers are holding for 75 cts. which Mar: V idy \\ .: 11 till' I'.inl B ro s, titc tx'caslon of George Washington’s
2 1 0 A eres, good house mid barn, 130 acres day.
in cultivation, $•'!•'> i>eraere.
separator, but it looks as if this ma visit to the John Strut Theater in
j we hope they will realize.
The Normal will commence one will get white help for picking.
3X 3 Acres, i; >d new le m-c and liarn. new
tin* header, would stain lie dis New \ 1 irk.
orchard, ñu tu Q in i ullivati it, g««,..l timber week from Tuesday.
little girls spent last Thurstlay after- l,sed in Pula county altogether. It ©The i>riginal of theair of the “Star
a n d lutature, $11 ; kt acre.
The Independence school ~t;irts up their wives tire now at the NcstuCca
131) Acres, all ........I fanti land, 100 acres
noon in the Colli ge («rove in honor i >IV,11S 11 » heap way nl iuirvesting, l»ut Spangled Banner” was an old Eng-
sumtnerfall'ov, good house and liarn, good n e x t w e e k .
of Miss Rosa Sm ith’s 10th birthday: with our heavy morning dew » much I li -ll < >let» of l 'reueh origin.
there for a few days.
orchard, $.¡74 lx i .. O t i- well locati d.
Not . many of our citizens attendisi
time is lost and altogether it is not | “ Yunket* IKiodie” (tin' music) waff
too Acres, all ill ( Itiliv:it :■ 111 , good house
Elkins A Eerguson narrowly escap Myra Smith, Lula Ehlicrt. Elbe Wa
w hat it is cracked up to ho.
and barn, do aeressummerlullotv. farm «livid- »‘ ,l* circus Ut ¡sm o lli.
1 tt popular nursery song, culled “ Lucy
ed burning their threshing machine terhouse, Edith Percival, Nora
01 into thro ho ld s........1 spring in ca« 11 , Very
Divine service w as held ¡it Pleasant j Locket” in England at tiie time of
desinili1' farm, $.'>•"> portiere.
on last Saturday. It caught from
Valley la-t Sunday.
( buries I .
3 i : i At •res, good liouseatnl liarn, 10 acres ! :m extra edition last week.
the engine w hile the crew w ere at Alice Curley, Carrie Haley, Dell But
in cultivation, good o ch u n l, splendid stock
Separating in our precinct is a slow
ler, Roy Smith and Rosa Smith.
Mr. Clarke’s family of Stiver, have dinner.
In 176!» at the city of Gloucester a
farm, $10 per ai re.
job as th»' crops an 'so very heavy. l person who “dlsturlx'd t tie peace of
All the above farms arc choice land and
Kx-SherilT Groves -ays his imps
Almost every one underestimates the the city of Gloucester w itli idseiithu-
finely located. Imjuiries by mail will rei c h e I Goodman A Douty are putting in a will yield over “oon pound* to the yard of Vanduyn A Smith at the
and does not at first provide ‘ -itistic cant” w as floggixl through the
prompt attention. We sell and take on com-| fine lot of stoves in their store.
acre. He has ten acres and will pick j tmvi>(,f Independence. This is one
sufficient sicks »not her farmers g riev-, stri'ets by orderoft he mayor. Hum!
mission, any properties in Oregon. JA M E S !
50 cents will buy the O b s e r v e r them with white labor at -I» cents |of t,u‘ U'st l»rosp»rts fu ratin e yield an«>.
T A T oM , Monmouth, l’olk county, Oregon.
not much fun for the third party
wo have seen in the county. Mr.
’till Jan . 1, 1SS0.
per I ki . x .
Air. Jasporson has nearly built his then.
Cooper is in the brick business, also,
J . W. Buster is ii0l satisfied with
Layton Tindle of Perrydule, is
Th»> latest remedy against thirst iff
and lias burnt several kilns during new house on the south end of his
to drink one g la ss o f cold water on
good enough, but is reshelving and
Presidenti Cleveland is out on a much improved and will get well.
the summer; but will not put up an
rising and take no other liquid dur-
The Sunday-school voted to have a adding a bountiful sign painting on other kiln this full.
It»' will thoroughly re-establish his thc day, it i- stated by the blame ftxd
the inside of his drug store.
responsible for this statement that
J . H. Stine made us pleasant calls concert four weeks from lust Sunday.
\V. II. Brutulage uml wife, of Kan health by wintering with us.
Prqf. (Tins. A. llodgos, of Ohio,ar
“ no thirst w ill be felt nor will the
You will not lie troubled with con
sas City, who are tin a visit tot )regon,
heat tie found oppressive during the
libile» \ ulley.
M. A. C. Robertson was in town sumption if you read the O b s e r v e r . tion to which he has been elected in eulled on thqjrold friend David War
heated term.', And yet the intem
perate use iif water a*u beverage still
ren, here Tuesday. Mr. Brunduge
1 larvi - ting is stili in full ltlast.
Born to the wife of E. E. Krengle,
the Normal, whjch will o|X'ii oil the
continues. Prohibitionists takenote
and Mr. Warren were partners ¡it
G. \V. Johnson of Dallas will move
Independence on the — 1th, lss*, a lltli.
farmers cease to complain that
one time in Kansas City in the man •in busill is of wlietit to tli«» acre and and
to Eastern Oregon.
prices tire low and farming does not
May MeMonn and brother, of Mal ufacture of buggies and wagons.
! oats more.
pay, while you wish to be reckless
S. \V. Smith, now of Waitsburg. ! A numlier from this placeare go- heur county, arrived here last Satur
They had not met before for Id years
and extravagant in the use of the
ing to Bird Island to pick hops next
AV. T., is in San Erancisco.
day. M i>* MeMann is on her w ay to mid tlu> visit wtts much enjoyed.
tilt' Predi r, solile milesnortll ofltere.
A possible etuis»' of unexplained
California w hile her brother will go
Sheriir Smith and Hon. J . J . Duly
A boy aland 1.1 years of age, soil of ile isti llrst-chiss teaeber.
According to F ire an a Witter,
passini this way T hursday.
Neal Hate, of Independence cid an
man shut up several rat.* In
will open at Salem on Wednesday,
Aniong thè mnny llnt» nhtural ad-
It. S. Middleliam, near Indepen ugly gash on one of his log*, while
a rag»', livdingtlu'm well and placing
( )ur old friend, Sam Coad. of Dallas,
matches within their reach. Not a
dence, raised 500 bushels of onions to working an apple peeler, Jus blade of I
was doing our town Thursday.
Supt. Reynolds’ child was very the acre. They are very line. No the machinohad been drawn back, springs to b»> fomiti on m a 11 y day p; —«'ll but some matches were
(ieno I layter is again alile to he at
sick one day this week, but wc un place beats Polk county for line and the boy slipiaxl in reaching for f of the ranci ics. This, the dry tim eof liglib il by the rats gnaw ing at the
his business house in Dallas.
thè ycar, tliey ;tr»> liti' sourcoofiiiuch nhosfiorous on thoeinls. The plan o f
derstand is now about well,
tipples striking the knife. I>r. Ket-
leaving blocksof matches about with
Mrs. W right, of Seattle, is visiting
in reach of rats or mice may h»'the
llazlett, tlic “ trump printer” is
her mother, Airs. Boothby.
The hurvesting will l>e ahout fi 11- cau-e of many fires which ¡ire tidied
1 making his annual visit through the hist., the 5 year old soil of W. R. wound and lie will soon lie all right
W. E. Dalton and family have Willamette valley.
islied Iteri' the last of this woek. “ ini'endinry.*’ Keep your matches
Gale. The remains were buried in again.
in tin cases therefore.
moved to town.
. . . .
ost of our farmers store their wheat
i L. Bently has a now engine for lus the -Monmouth cemetery on Wednes J Dr. J . B. Laug’iary, of Dallas, has
o n th eO . P. R. IL, which Isti baili
, located at Seattle, W. T. lit' left for
, i warehouse. He is taking m a large day.
Even Monmouth is going to havfl
of ahout 7 miles for thè majority of
\ .da, are ... Lmn county this week. ;mi()unt ofpni,n.
Dr. Parrish and family and T. O' that place Thursday. Dr. Laughary
a I xmiiii .—A lbany D em ocrat.
thi* valloy peojile.
Alias Gusta Palmer of Salem, Is the | ^
The «choolboy siglis often these Waller and family, are «imping at has lately graduated from the Beile
The liealth of t li is community is
guest of Mr. A . B. Griggs.
ibe Lucida,mite Ealls this week. Vue medical college, of New York
days. Vacation is about over.
lluoineas M ention.
Mi-s Cnssie Stump w tts in Portland
The rural citizens go to sleep This resort is gaining quite a bold on
Stock is looking fine on thi* range.
| dation for success in Ills chosen pro-
during the week.
new advertisements tliiff
these nights to the music of many in
I fession. We regret much to lose him A great niany goats tire ruiseil in this week.
tunity for an outing at that place.
President Stanley is in Portland sect voices.
The E. AL A. store lias new goods«
“ That the Circus is the magnet from our coiyity, but gladly wish valloy and on the IVedec.
The new regime of the court house
Connoway «t- Cooper hardware
J . W. Dawson is nt Portland this j have swept it out from top to bottom that draw- is evidenced hy the large
men, I ndependefiee.
week selecting his stock of stationary. (U1(j cleaned up generally. This is and enthusiastic audience* that greet
W. E. Dalton will buy wheat and
It. E. Wells, the live and rustling] Jordan Purvine came iq> front
MeAIahon’s brilliant entertainments
J . I). Fenton of Yamhill county is commendable, go on doing good,
oats ¡it the bight t market price.
, insurance man, returned from a visit
attending Cooper Medical Institute, j Hon. R. P. Boise and son It. P. in Gilmore’s Gar»lens.” —New York
All styles of summer dress giaxlff
! to th»' Hound country Tuesday and , Rev. Win. Clyde preached liefe
at cost td E. Haytcr’s, Dallas.
T. J . Richmond drove his two- Boise, J r ., of Salem, were over look-
Vaughn & H illard are doing a gen
Go to Vaughns, Dallas the leading
year-old mare, Ida, to town on E ri-j¡n g after the interests of their farm
hhu'ksiiiithing* business and a lie was called home hy a telegram j E m it trees in thin vicinity arc jeweler.
I near Dallas last week.
neatly arranged shop. They are that his little hoy was very sick, who breaking down under their heavy
Paint-’-, Oils, Varnish at II. ll. Pat-
Mi-* Kate Bristow went to Amity i Miss Gertie Fluke has iieen eu-
first-class workmen and you will not is now much better, lit' visited the load of thi'finest frail in the world. ter.-mi’s chetip.
on Wednesday and returned Yhur— j gag d as assistant teacher in the Norh
1 ¡0, for the land of red apple*.
regret giving tliem^a call with your
E. S. Ilarzis' is bringing on new
Independence school Miss Della
| lie di cribesas wonderful. His fa- j Those who have hogs thisyenr will
every day. Call and see Ills
II her, of Buena Vista, furnished Air.] lx> in luck, a* the acorn eri
Miss Dora Buchanan, of Amity is Nelson is principal.
line of wall paper, window blinds
l>r. Locke, of Buena Vista, over |
in town. She will begin teaching
N. Tartar, of Peedeo, passed down drove a horse lie Flirt'd from the sta | Aleokcr of that valley the *>ots for the oak* being loaded wit
again in a few weeks.
to Dallas on the train Friday. He ble of Hull & Herron, of Indepen the first hops that w;i* ever set out in
•The dry good* store F . AL A . will
Misses Maggie and Jem
give you a bargain if you will call
Prof. Powell and Tlios. Rash left reports the harvest about finished in dence, hist week, from which the I Washington Territory'.
of Eaiifclil; also Mrs. o}l SM orrb, and see them.
on Monday for the John Day’s to that valley.
of Spokane Ealls, have I;f tv it'V'II
horse dh*d. The doctor will have to T e a c h e r s ’ Q uarterly E x a m ln a tio ii.
it don’t innko any difference, it iff
look uflcr their stock in that section.
Win. Mason leaves next Monday pay for the horse.
• ’ ’ .
The regular quarterly examination visiting these parts.
a fact you can get the best gtxxls, and
Prof. Campbell lias moved to the for an extended visit to the place
The Water Works Co. of Indepen of applicants for teachers’ certificates
The Salem butchers get some fine at the Ix'st baogain ¡it'/,. F. Vaughn’s
house formerly occupied by Eld. I*. where he wa* born in Virginia, lie dence are having tiiier well put began at the Court house Wednesday I lieef eatth over this w ay, orawion- Dallas.
left there many years ago and lias down di'eper. The people o f H13 ami held ’till Friday, under the sup- ally.
Shelley ami Vanduyn are in the
County Judge of Crook county, not heard from any of his folks since town find the works to be a great ervision of the county board of ex-| The pofcito crop will he large this lead with the largest stis-k of general
merchandise in Indcueiidence. Their
Hon. S. A. Johns, died, after a brief the war. There will likely lx1 quite advantage.
umitiers. The names of the appii- | year uml will not be harilly worth price* 1 *0111 pare with the times and
illness, on Tuesday Aug. 21*t.
all goods are warranted first class.
The publisher of this paper has '■ants are as follows: S. Schobert, S. | iiigging, except for home use
The cornice, wood, iron and tin lxs'ii accused of wearing a Cleveland E. Notson and R ettaHhreves, Dallas;
M iss (Tara (Sard returned home
The railroads do not sismi to have
When you g«> <0 Dallas don’t fail
Wednesday from several weeks stay work of the state house at Salem, is hat dressed in mourning, which we Plato AIcEoo, ( ¡ertie Eluke and 1 >e!Ia ' much mercy. We learn of a box of to examine E. I lay ter’»stock of gen
Ix ing painted. Next year the capitol don’t deny. A wise man has said, Nelson, liide|M>iideiice; E. E. Em m itt I driisi fruit weighing M poníais sent eral merchandise.
at Portland and Salem.
l>e treated to a coat of cement “ It is better to be at the house of and J . E. W1MMT, McCoyt II. A. from this place to Spokane Falls, cost
For line watch work go to U. N.
Miss May Woodbury and her sis
Grant at H. B. Patterson’s.
mourning,” etc., so we give due re- Spinner and Anna Wright, Salem, | ing $1.50 freight.
ter, of Harrisburg, were in town on
The Mi-sts Anna niul Mary Stev -pect to Cleveland’s defeat next Nov. Lillie and Mamie Bryant, Buena
The most complete stock of dress
Improvements are noted in our
goods every brought to Polk county,
W . L. Wells is now making an :is-
midst, hut do not expect a boom.
W. E . W illiams, the warehouse
at E. Huy ter’» Dallas.
man of Airlie, came down on the were in Portland on Wednesday at -“-sment of the town of Indepeng
S p e cta cle s properly focussed and
tending the funeral of their sister.
dence. He thinks the place is grow
I’ olk f o t i n l x P io n e e r« .
train Friday morning.
accurately fitted at Henry Patterson’».
M. A. C. Robertson retires from ing so rapidly there will I k * quite an
Every pair warranted. No fit, no
In the last list of pioneers published ' Smoky weather again.
Eld. Webb and daughter, of Salem,
were with us last Sunday. He the firm of Barzce A Robertson. His increase in the value of the assess by the OttsEKVKit ¡1 f»'\v mistakes as I M e . Geo. Belt, of Salem, wtts vi-it- Nile.
to time of arrival were made. Tilt* I
Paints, oils, Varnishes, etc., at
preached Ixitli morning and evening. successor's name will apjiear next ment roll there this year.
Haim's of Luke Alulkcy, Mr. and iog here last week.
week. The house at Independence j The O hser V e k predicts that the Mrs. II. AI. Waller, and Mrs. Rachel | Our school will soon Ix'gin. This Waterhouses.
O. A. Wolverton, of Suver, was in
brick building now so rapidly lx'ing Waller mine in 1*17; S. S. Whitman place can boast of as good school as
Henry Patterson ha»Just received
town Thursday. He report* a large wU1 ,H‘ discontinued.
a new -lock of all the latest novelties
and w ife 1*50; Mrs. Collins 1814, ami ! any in the county.
yield of oats on hi* farm.
Wm. Mason 1*52. T h e re are many
The harvest is finished. Wheat in the jewelry line. No old goixls in
good yield of his crop. 106 acres of ertson at Independence, will be
his stock. Drop in and examine
old pioneers yet living near thisphti-e , Haulinyr is immense,
Prof. J . A. Buchanan left Wednes
wheat 3,40S bushels and 30 acres of among the lx -t buildings ever put up in the Liiekiainute valley, ix'sidi"»
day for North Yamhill when* he will
numlx-rs whohavecrossed thedivlde.
1 h.,‘ • l" < «¿t™ " *"
, s," tion
oats 2JKKI bushels. From »hi« section in Polk county.
Thousands o f ladles sav it Iff the
teach the sch oo l of that place.
has come many flattering reports of
Oats that yield 108} bushels to the Among the numla-r we can mention w,w ,Xitt" r thfin Wils ‘’X P«^ d -
b est they ever used. They mean the
yet living are the following:
The islitor of one of the county pa- White sewing machines—you will
Misses Marie Velton, Mary and
acre. Dan Hewitt, brother of our
pers show.-- iii» smiling pldz in these find them at Buster A Vernons, In-
Charlotte Fan Ikes, of Portland, are
W. S. Frink is now deputy county worthy district attorney, find three
1x45—T. B., S. IL , and James purts one ilny of eocii wis*k.
hen- with friends.
Tim shop of J . A. Campbell lias
clerk. No better man could be se acres of oats on Ids farm hear the Tcthrow, G. B. Simpson, It. W.
N. II. Butler has all kinds of ma
m,,ved to the Scars house.
Sheriff Smith and Judge Daly, left lected to fill this very important of- Luckiamute, that yielded 10s} bush Simpson, J . L. W illiams. Issutc and
Htaats, Paul Ililtcrbrund
, c h in e oil*. Call and see him before
Dallas Thursday morning in a way i ficc. He is an old resident of Polk els to the acre. This is the la-st we Htepi¡en
aml.J E Elkin*.
Air. McGrow and wife left last Week purchasing elsewhere.
that would indicate they were g .ing :
k " ws
uiiwalK} „uts” toper- have heard of.
l-lt; 1 im Wb. ilcr
for their home in Eastern Oregon,
Note the following specialties at
1x47—Preston, Hardy, Nat and
........ i after a visit
, of two months here anil
to attach something.
| faction. He will be found with the
I)r. A. O. Smith, win of a well- Amos
Shelly A Vauduynx: 45 inch etnbfol-
Miss Lou W aller la now at the A a- jjarrlson A Morton men next Nov- known Polk county farmer, who re
184»—G . B. Ted row.
J . I). K ilty («doing the metropolis dor skirting, Newport scarfs, chinile»
quina bay. She will remain several ,.ni|*.r_
cently graduated from Russ medical
There are many mor -whom weib• this week.
| chinile cord, fancy ornaments for ta
days on the bench.
0 n Tuesday, Aug. 28, 1888, James college, Chicago, has ojx-ned an office1 not now call to mind.
Mrs. Burnett (familiarly known as blc scarf*, etc.
Aunt Jane) ami Aliss Mattie, form-
H orseshoeing, new shoes $1.50;
Airs. L . E . Scholl of Portland i- Hillard and Aliss Amanda Handford on Turk street San Francisco. Ile|
I .f tl* r
erlv of th i- place, but now o f Cor- resetting shoes all around #.80; plow
visiting her si-ter, Mrs. \\ . A\ ater-1 f)f independence were married, Rev. will be remembered a* an enthusias
E ditor Onucsrn:
vallis returned home on Monday af- *hartx iilng w ithout cutter #.2o and
house, this week.
' E . R. Alurgatroyd officiating.
The tic bicyclist and also as the muscular
Tlic «MmqiK'nt tax list from issi) to 1HH7 i ter ¡in extended stay among friends all other work in proportion. Oak
Airs. Maggie Lyndon, of Canada, contracting parties are well-known in 1 m — drummer of the II. A. C. band. than w't.XJO out of 6I3JI1S. Thnlaxfmyt'rti of here.
j coupling put in for#i, oak liars each
sister of A . N. Halleek, is visiting that community and are highly ro
Thi- week the school inarms arc this county who arc not (lcliti'|iiXnt imalit to ' Sheriff Smith also L irk Hull were ¿1. at C. Lank tree’s Monmouth at
the old stand.
-peeted. The good wishes of many holding forth at the court house. | know why this culpably « ari-le-x stale of | in town .Monday.
1 thinjr» has been a lln v n to go on. More |
Mrs. AL K . LaRansieur keej»s al
Prof Bryant and daughter will go with the happy couple for a long The examination of teachers for ccr- '■ light is required from Ucd • »»ho have h o d ,
ways on hand a fine stock of select
visiting friend-» here tldswis'k.
tifleate- by the county *u|>crinten-
have charge of the school at Buena and prosperous life.
1 |Tul>li«he<l in the tw»w»pa|<er>i of this count /
S veral of onr citizens saw the goods.
Vista the coming year.
President Cleveland has sent his dant, a—i-ted by Prof*. Bell nn»l with names ¡uni t>mount* «luc and then wc “elephant” at Salem on Tuesday.
Parties having side-walks to build
judge for ourselves that this great lo»« i* |
Dr. < . E . Worthington w ill eon- check to the democratic headquarters Camplxli, commenced Wetlnesday «•an
of necessity and not the rasult of favortUam j Ja y Frizzell of Perrydale, i* mov or repair will please atU'inl to it im
ing to K dem to educate his fandly, mediately and save cost.—A. N .
dui-t the bu-im— of Worthington & j in New York City f«>r »HUM... Tin and held till Friday. Fourteen ap 1 ill th< ' ''ll* < '¡oh .
having rentisl out his farm.
A No m i 1 x 1.1 E x tT \ x r * v w ,
plicants are on docket.
Laughary, at 1 ¡alia* as heretofore.
| is civil -erviee reform.
Farms for Salo.