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mean.” In thi* regard the school
teacher has a certain responsibility
----------- for hin scholar«. There arc few uc-
C. C. DOUGHTY,
Puhlisher tions in a hoy’ s life more important
than tin; choosing o f hi« friend.«; yt t
this choice is too often left to the de
cision o f elreninstances, or to the
IVr Y «Jr.
IVr Mix Moniti». I pleasant preferences o f the liour. 1 he
Per Fuur Months.
I school teacher, from the standpoint
Advertising rat«* made known oil a|>i>li-
o f life, ought to la* able to show his
Corre«|iondeiiee is solicited from all friend* I scholars how to choose their friends*
of the paper.
and he should be able, also, to coun-
Momiioatli, Oregon, Sept. 15. 1SSS. .««•1 them in the duties und resposibil-
! ities o f friendship. The things taught
I in the lesson hour may be soon for-
j gotten; but i f a teacher succeeds in
| building up about hi« scholars a pre
5 0 C T S
serving wall o f friendship, he w ill
or Four Months.
j have supplied them with an Influ-
Republican National Tickst. l enei* which may go on forever shap
ing their lives for good._____
( Yidcr brothers o f Dallas have 20,-
000 shakes for sale cheap.____________
Polk County Observer.
THE OBSERVER FOR
B E N J A M IN HAHRIMON,
o f Indiana.
For Vice President,
LE V I I*. MOUTON*,
o f New York.
For Presidential Elector*,
ROBERT M< I.FAN,
C. W. FULTON*.
Platform : Ihrotectinn o f . I merintn
I fouir* for
War kitty nun.
Motto for transparencies: “ Cleve
land’s Ijetter o f Acceptance, Check o f
$10,000 to the Democratic National
< *om in it toe.”
Harrison’s letter o f acceptance is a
thoughtful, plain and manly paper.
It isfli striokiiig contrast with the
turgid style and common-phut* plati
tudes o f Cleveland’s letter. W hile
the latter must have made the aver
age democrat fool tired, the former
will give itsauthor additional streng
th witli his party, and inspire the
Confidence and win the support o f
thousand.« o f thoughtful penpleevory-
where, who think more o f the pro.
gress and prosperity o f this country
anti the welfare o f our own citizens,
than the success o f ¡my political party
Thesurvey o f u rudromi frotn As-
toriti to Allm ny Oregon wus coni-
meiicctl ut thè formi fteity a few dny~
ago. The eomptiny intends to push
this line through as rapidly tts possi-
bh* and it Itould liave thè good w ill
and eneouragement o f thè people of
thè valley. The line w ill he built
soutli along thè coust, top thè Neha-
lem valley unti come out by Tilla-
uiook, whieh is nearly on a direct
line iK'tween Astori»! and Alliuny.
Considering tht* wenlthy country this
rotul w ill develop and thè great ad-
vantage It w ill !*■ tu thè producers of
this valley, it is thè most importunt
line that l»jts bc n projeetisl in lite
W hen we consider the patronage
o f this great office, the allurements o f
power, the temptation to retain pul»-
i,In, , ' .......... ......................
all, the availability a party finds in
till incumbent hum a horde ofoffieo-
''.holders, with a lea l lxtrn o f benefits
p'k'ttlved anti fosteretl by tln^hu|M'of
^ favors y e t to eotne, stand ready to
aid with money and trained political
service, w e recognize In the elig ib il
ity o f the President for rc-olivtion a
most serious danger to that ealm .de-
liltendeand intelligent nction wliieli
must diuruetorizo a government by
tlie people. From President Cleve-
land’s letter y f aeerpfanre, August is,
This snme I’resident Cleveland bits
eontriluited $I u , ihmi (dr eampaigu pur-
The Supreme Court ( ter a0il Report«1:-.
A correspondent from Salem tq^hc
Oregonian on the question o f the Su
preme Court ( lerk and Reporter (ire-
sent« certain facts touching that office
that are food for thought for the tax
payer. The office ¡« the best paid for
the I. 0 t work o f any in the State.
L ik e in California and all the other
states the office should I k * elective',
the 1 lieu in In-nt should lx* a man whom
the people select and not the Judges
o f the court and he should lie a man
who w ill devote histim eto the office.
Let one o f our men titers present a bill
to the next Legislature making the
office elective every four years by the
votes o f the stifte and meantime a
clerk be elected by the present legis
lature to hold office until his succes
sor is elected and qualified. Th e pa
lters throughout the State ip v in g the
interests o f the people nt heart should
discuss this question and ventilate it
thoroughly to the end that the needed
reform be accomplished. The start-
ling fact is di cle «1 by tiie Oreyon
that tqore *1
noi corre ...... undent
SMMio per anmim is realized from the
office, a .«uni $12000 in success o f the
gro«s salary o f the three .Supreme
Let the overburdened tax
payer he relieved from the ineumbus
and mark our word the man who en
gineers a Itili through the Legislature
m aking the office a salaried one at
$2i«io per annum and g iv in g the peo-
l»Ie a say as to the man they want w ill
receive the lastitig gratitude o f all.
W A N T E D , .....
Th e h*tt«‘r o f nctvptatuv o fG ro vo r
Ulevt'land lut.« I k ' cii ¡««nod. A fter
rain|illni(>ntiug Hit* Ancrienu | mh >|> lt-
upon tin* fact that they have a very
gtssl governumiit, anil explaining
what a big thing the office o f presi
dent i.«, lie writes a long democratic
free trade etlitorial -not «,> able an
editorial its those o f Henry Wattt'r-
aon, George Jone«, Henry George
anti other« but «till a very fair arti
cle for one o f tbe president's experi
ence in sueli matter«, lit* argues
from the iv«.«umption that the sur
plus 1« # 1.10,000,000, when the fact is.
as told by hi« hitvd men, that when
the hills are paid it w ill ltc only
about #26,000,1» ni . He rt>|>cuts the
argom eots o f his mes-nge for “ tariff
reform ,” anti «till ttukes the state
ment that “ W e hav»' eoteretl ti|M>n
no crusade o f free trade.” There is
nothing new or original in the letter.
H e wants “ vindication” for hi« at
tempt to inaugurate a righteous and
hcncflt'lal reform. H e w ill Is* "vitt-
<licuti«l" on Novendter 6th. N'ofrs-
One’s t«>mpanions have much to tlo
with makingone's moral atmosphere.
Perhaps more young livi'« are ruintsl
thmugh the corruption w hieh come«
from e v il coiti|Mtnionship, than from
any other external ean«e. "G o with
the wolves,” says a Spanish proverb,
and yon w ill learn to how I.” ” tio
with mean |ieopl»'," says an F.iiglNh
by-word, "and you w ill find life
Iti thcC otinty Court o f thè State o f (»regoli
for Folk county. In re t -tate o f I ’. W. Pra-
ther. late o f-a i'l county. dtvensod, notiee is
hcrchy giveti t > all whom it may concerti
that I bave Ibis day I h i 'II appointdl by Iloti.
Jonathan s'toutT* r. County Jtidge, o f i iid
county, iidmiiii-irator o f thè estate o f P. W
Prathcr, late o f- a id county. dcecasod. All
persoti« holding claitnsagallisi -aid estate are
requitt' 11" pH'scn tlicin t > m e dulv verified
witliiu -i\ iiiotith* Irom (Ulto and all |«T-
soti« indchted thert'to » i l i plea.se make ini-
iiKsliitte paymcnt. Dateti Sopì. It. 1««,«.
.1 .1 l'ale,
'I N. Prathcr.
MOXMO l ’ / ’/ / ,
OR EG OX.
Open* September loth.
T .Y lW s a general hanking business. Might
Prnth, on N c » York. Sin Ftun.-i < > or Port
land. IV|»tsit* m i'iv « «l subject to check or
on certi tit ate» o f (leixisit. ( ’olh**tioiis » i l l
receive prompt attenti m. O ffiiv hours ,« a.
in. lo o p . m.
nt. Hatis Itorglar B 1011 J Safe, se
Physician and Surgeon,
Office Main Mt., next to Vaughn’*, Dallas, Or
Ill re estati.' o f IIom ce <i. Ila w le v deceMed:
Notili* is lie rei iv given to all whom it limy
,;„ , ni dial at the September term, A. I».,
J*. C - I B Y I R I D ,
1 viH, o f the county court o f Folk county.
Oregon I was appointed adm inistratrix * f
the estate o f Horace O. H aw ley o f sai.l l oiin-
tv, diseased. A ll person« holding claims
against sai*l estate w ill present them to me, Office over l.add A iiusli s Rank, Salem, Or.
,lulv verified, within six months from this
dntc, and all person« indebted to said estate
will please make me immediate payment.
E m ily J. H aw ley,
© V dm inistq^rix.
Dated Sept. 5, 1888.
N IK S A S M IT H .
D E N T IS T ,
JOHN* J. DALY,
W e are Selling our Stock of
•lttorney at Law ,
O 0 i *iied:
N !1 ®
trusted to him.
to all legal business
V otive!« hereby given In a li whom it may
D A LLAS, OREGON.
concern that mi the l.’itii day o f Oct. 1SSS at
the hour o f O N E o’clock p. m.. I w ill .«ell on
the FRF.MIMEM the follow in g described real
W A R R E N T R U IT T ,
pro|K*rtv belonging t<> the estate o f Nelann
Nealv, »1 a~*l, by virtue (j/ the power o f
nule in «aiti decedent* last w ill and testament
t .-wit: The donation land claim o f H. S.
N. aly in section- 21 and 22 township !) S R a
D A L L A S , OREGON.
west o f the W illam ette Meridian ; also, lots
No - t uml ft in said -ce. No. 22 in said to w n
in all the courts o f the State.
ship and range; also that other tract o fla n d
Office in Court House.
beginning at the south-west com er o f dona
tion latnt claim. No lit) Iteing the D L claim
o f Fatti lltlteriirand in said township and
range, thence (list 20.50 ehs, thence north
O. 50 ( hs, thence south 51°, west 31.50 chs,
thence south g.’t.su> elis, to place o f beginning
and containing in all 207 acres more or less.
Term o f sale cash in hand.
DRY GOODS AT COST.
A tto rn e y at Law,
B a ste*
g ^ »N o w is your chance to gat great Im&nin.«, in out Dry Goods, l aney
Goods, Notions, n o th in g , Boots and Shoes, Furnishing Goods,
Crockery and (flasswure, departments, etv. Awa
Former Offers Fade Away In Oblivion.
John J. Daly,
A tty for executor.
Druggists and Apotheca^es.
The Yaquina Route.
rugs. Paint«, oils. Ola-s and all o ftc r.V r
tides kept in a first-class drug store.
( Tin Itinrhnals arc n it running at jiresc.it on
account of law stage nf water.)
N O R T H BOUND.
la ave Corvallis Mon. W ed. and Fri. 10:35am
“ R ay’s L n ’g l ue. Tltu und Sat 9:50 a in
A rriv e Portland “
3:30 a m
SO U TH BOUND.
Leave Portland Mon W edund Fri 8:00am
These goods must bo sold. Ä airW e aro goin g to doso out our stock,
ami parties noeding anything in our line w ill find it to
their advantage to t^ll and see us.
Prescription'! Carefully Compounded.
Oregon Facific Railroad.
steamship line 225 miles shorter, 20 hours
less tim e than by any other route. First
class through pa-«etigcr and freight line from
Portland und all |Miints in the Willam ette
r.e*~.v!sn Dealers in Reed it Barton’s Sil
valley to am! from Man Francisco.
ver and Fluted Ware. Jewelry, J/usicul In
W illam ette river line o f steamers.
T h e W in . M. Hoag, the N. M. Bentley, the struments o f all kinds.
Three Sisters arc in service for Is ith passen
ger and freight trinile between Corvallis and
Portland and intermediate (Kiints, leaving
Corvullls, and Messrs
H illm an A C o - wharf. 200 and 202 Front
street, Portland, three times each week a«
Goods will be Sold Cheap.
lé^-Rember the place, corner brick store, NIKS & S M IT H ,* «
$pal Estate and Insurance Agent
FulquarM ................... “ 1W5 p m
Ray's D i g .......................... 2:15 pm
A rriv e Corvallis Tiles Thu “ Mat 4:20pm
Boats make close conneetion at Alhattv
with tra in s o fth e Oregon Paeilie railroad.
SHELLEY & VANDUYN,
B U T L E R ,
li.U L V PASsr.-VOEK T it I I NS— EXCEPT SUN LA YS .
Druggist and Apothecary.
[wave Yaquina 0:45 a m J .
“ Corvallis 10:35 a lit •
A rr Albany 11:10 a lit I
Leao* Albany , 1.00
. I» ' " l
< 'orvallis Y: HI )( m ■
A rr Ytu]uina 5:30 p m )
Head Quarters fo r General Merchandise,
— Dealer ill—
ntgs, Chemicals, Books, Stationery,Toilet
O. A*. C. train* t-mnect at Albany ami Cor
vallis The «b ove traili- eotuteet ut Yw|uitia
with the Oregon Development C om pany'« j* r & r i p i i t m . Cart'fully
lute " ! - *
l- ; » letv.'.t:! A .. ,*a:aa at.d .
A II.IN 't. D ATES FROM Y A Q U IN A .
, - - -
W illam ette Valley
Friday, Sept., 7th I
W illam ette V alley
W ed m -dav
FROM S A N FRANCISCO .
W illam ette Valley
Saturday Sept., 1st
W illam ette Valley
W illam ette Valley
Tuesday, " 25th
Oregon State Normal School.
This company reserves the right to change
-ailing > O without iee
N It— Passengers from Portland and nil
W illam ette Valley |(oints ran m ake close
connection with the tr a in s o fth e Yaquina
route at Albany or Corvallis, and i f destined
to San Francisco should arrange to arrive at
Yaquina the evening before sailing.
Passenger and freight rates always the lo w
est. For information apply to
C. e . H O O U E ,
Acting general freight and passenger agent
Oregon Pacific railroad Co.. Corvallis, Or.
C II H A S W E L L .
lit iterai freight mid passenger agent
A ll Normal Graduates receive a Diplonu*
Oregon Development Co., 204 M ont street,
from the State which authorizes them to
teach in any public school in the State, t ithet
States grant teachers’ ccrtilicatcs on presenta
tion o f these Norm al Diplomas, without e x
BUY tOUll GROCERIES AT
J. W ATERHOUSES.
-Carries at all times a fresh and c niplete stock of groeeties.----
Normal, Collegiate, and
Vaughn & H i!lard.
c h e a p
—Completed in a—
.S u d fur t'iitalogne. Address the President
D. T. M t a . n l x y , .Vonniutith, Oregon.
W a rre n
N ail« ill ct« j» r pound and higher.
Ro|>e 16} ets | ht pound and higher.
llartlwtire, lunioer, shingles, tiHtls, «ash, doors, mouldings, etc.
Wovt n m in and spiral spring matresses.
F A N C Y W IR E FENCE.
In General Merchandise.
Bed Rock Prices,
Best Grade of Goods,
And Fair Dealing
Is Our Motto.
J. K. Jcrntan,
-All kinds of produce taken in exchange for gooda.-
M O X M O U T H .,
Amunition and fishing tackle.
W all paper and w indow shad«'».
Rinl cjige«, brackets and mirrors.
Agricultural Implements ami
Wood Work a Specialty.
frqf \N Idle w e tht:nk you for past favors we sisk a continuance o f vour
Farm ers Supply Depot Co.,
Y o u r patronage is soli
V full line o f Tlm varo Correspondingly.
V Hood Line o f
every deseription, as cheap as the cheapest.
(till mid see him.
Mhop opposite livery stable, at the foundry
Cook stoves ftirnisht'd #15 anti higher.
Milk pans 12} ets and higher.
Milk ¡mils .Vi ets anti higher.
Stove polish 5 ct« and higher.
New Goods--New Prices.
N O T IO N S ! N O T IO N S ! !
r-iTG o nl table hoard is furnished to stu
dents at the "N orm al P in in g H a ll" at $1.5C
I M r WMk. Good bosidiac In flunflta with
t 0 1 'slicd room, fuel and lights, fd.UU to #.'1.5(
T v IO lS r A Æ O X J T I- î,
Surprising Cash Bargains.
H i l a b i n l i l i * Nniicc.
Polk ( ’ountv
Rovs and « i r i s to buy School Rooks
* at Chatline««’ Independence.__
A dvice from (¡rant county report i
that Lake Malheur, a body o f water
that covers more titan 75 square
miles and lias bean without outlet, is
rushing through a subterranean pas
sage with a great roar. Th e noise is
so loud and the shrinkage o f water so
great a*» to attract much attention.
It is said that miles o f (brm erly sub
merged land are now visible. Th e
at*, omit is meager. The lal- </ re c t'iv t'S
the water o f the Hlitzcn river and
never overflow.-. It is situated on n
rich, level plain with low shores. It
is connected with Lake Harney by a
shallow channel 60 feet wide and (¡00
feet long. I f the subsidence proves
i l’,‘r,. T ' ,‘nt '* »»».v throw the Oregon
s" rv< >' further s,,ut1*’
The poli tax fnr thè town o f Moiiniouth is
n o » due
«e tile ami save costs. A. N. 1 Ini -
leck, m anlm ll.
C. E. W orth in gton .
CO O PER
& COM AW AY,
—DEALERS IN —
All charge* rcnaonaltle. Give u* a call.
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
"A gen t« for Kapp, Burrell A Uo.