Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927, September 22, 1888, Image 3

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    Poik County Observer.
P e rs o n a l M ention.
l i c i t i : A M I l i n t K V H O lT S .
of its catalogue of I ss 7 -s. ••The nuni-
Itiid g p o rt B ro o d in g ».
(¿range Notice».
Jo h n n y Volkes culled Thursday.
I
er
of
teachers
sent
out
to
take
charge
The
Democrats
do
not
like
the
new-
[N\w
i
'urnspiiiihnt.]
Pleasant
Valley grange No. 201 P.‘
Published Every Saturday.
of schools, and the good w ork they
11. C. Harris returned from Eastern from Maine.
of H. holds its next regular m eeting
M n Stoddard is very sick.
‘•The town o f Monmouth ls situateti in flit Oregon Thursday.
at Bridgeport school house on the
An exchange says the old m aid’s are doing, ls ample o f the thorough­
WInxiping cough still lingers.
centvr o f thè richcst part o f IN»lk county,
ness of instruction o f these institu­
1th Saturday of the present month.
Frank C o llin s was at Portland favorite vegetable is to m u ted .
t*i^lit mi leu touth o f thè vounty »¿c.it, Dallas
eaver has returned from
tion-.. The schools were established 1 id; J . ho H. to W
Members
art* requested to attend, as
und two nini nne-half ni ile* west o f theth riv - TlU*>ilav a m i W iM liH x h iy .
w inter at home.
All of our improvements an* pro-
in g to w n o f IndejMiiiilem'e, and contains a
,,
. ,
*
by an act of the legislatlvt* assembly
1
important
business is on hand.
populatiou of over 4<M>. The locati»>n is a
* **• ' ìHTl>ll WiW Oli til© s ic k lis*t tilt4 grcsslng tinely.
\ . Oilhert and fam ily,cow and calf
and the several counties o f the state
On the loth the P. ('. Council of
beautiful olio, 011 a rieh rulline [irairii'. uml tir s t o f t h è W e e k .
startixl
last
Sunday
to
iiick
hops
fur
A large crowd from this county at- are entitled to as many free scholar-
for genomi he-altlifnlness, thè site is all tliat
...
Grange met with Salt Creek grange
W . Mover.
eoulill>e desimi. Mmimoutìi uitio many
Miss Lucy (¡arti returnisl homo last tended the State fiiir the tirst o f week shi| »» as they have senators and re p -1
(ii'n.
M
clice
completed
his
»epnrtit-
h>rdi-patc!i uf business, which took
ndvan'iifies, and tlni-e iim teiii).iatin^any eiì- Saturday, from a visit to Portland.
An “old inhabitant” says th at the esentati ves.
ing last Sunday with a ru * of 35 days the day to go througii w ith ; but did
terp ri' ■ ure invited tue m 1er with ■ mr i iii/.eus.
T li ■ » hi-ruvi.K will I« read in every town-lii)»
E’red Veness o f Huena V ista, was recent heavy rains indicate an early
It may be of Interest to our readers
Mrs. A . V . X . Snyder is about to ,lot prt vt nt the enjoym ent of sub-
aud at every postnrtii e in the entire n unity, a t Portland this week.
winter.
to know w hat countries want bread move to Dallas for the education of stnntiul fare and the good gifts of
and tlierel'oro une it celled as an advertising
m edium .”
j Pomona, supplied by our hosts of
lio n . Stephen Slants paid us a c a ll1 T he si-luiols o f onr county have and on what other countries they r e - 1 lu'r children,
Tuesday.
about ail started on the full term s.
S «R Creek.
j l.v for a supply. T h ere is alw ays a !
Service last Sunday at Pleasant •
The Observer four mouths for .iOcts.
deflehuy in the British Isles,but this V aliev School house.
Don’t
forget
the
Sunday
School
Davie
Foulkes,
of
the
O/yt/otiittn
___________ n ______________________
Iti c o n i o f D eed »
i year it is now estim ated to reach the | Our father’ Lige has returned from
concert. Admission 10 cents.
office v i'ited us this week.
W.
II
Carey
to J . 1! ( ¡entry sn.ii ,,•» T fi íí
vast aggregate of ITO. oi 'O jhmi bushels. t,u> valley, he reports thifW illam ette
T he Normal faculty purchased a
1! fi unii 7 \V s s »).— \\ t! Woodward tu
Jo e Hubliard will move on the
still
How
ing
in
;»
northerly
dire
turn.
! Win. W ri^ht se aeres T 7 S K 3 W $1500.—
flue collection of flowers o f Mrs. J . France, though not usually a large
Nealy farm near Stiver, next week.
Really, much u nn n es-ary ex cite­ I W . K M ain i Ailininiitratnr o f E-tate of
exporter of w beat, stands next to the
S I O Aeres, goml house and hum, ISO acres
1>.
Lee,
o
f
Dallas.
H. S. Vintila, tuli A. Wells lot» 3 and 4
Miss 3?aggie Butler attended the
in ciiltivution, $35 per acre.
Fniti d States and Russia as one of ment is shown in this campaign; I block U liiilelH lulelXA' s >4.- Jes-e B. Stump
when
we
state
that
our
precinct
is
The
Republican
party,
w
ith
Its
State
Fair
Tuesday
and
W
ednesday.1
3 8 5 a ores, good new house and barn, new
i the greatest wheat prtM.ucnig coun- nearly solid for Harrison and M irton, i to lò. hei Mi l ane lot 3 blook I Stiver $lfi<>.
*
orelianl, 50 acres in cultivation, good timber
..
,,
..
,
..
,
.1 1 ».-«'|»li It. Jrlio lt to J . C. W hite NH acre» T
l ’>. F . Sm ith of Lew isville is having: policy o f protection, guarantees equal \ tries in the world, but it is now except a few
Prohlerats, it will he , 7 s K Ut.M , . ■ ; ; s. A. lini!toM C. llrown
a n d pasture, i l i j i e r acre.
r*ghts to all laborers.
his
residence
neatly
painted.
-•S'il
Ui
lt
till
r
e
s
u
lt
nt
N
o
\
c
ilio
e
r
s
j
|
u
¡rs interest in 3jn aeres in T 7 S U fi¡¡'200.—
: claii
that it will need from so,uoo,-
1 5 0 A civs, all pk h I farm land, 100 acre«
Man' Young to J M. Crowley 1 aere o f land
A farewell sociable for Kid. Mes- OOO to 5 H> , ( i t i bushels from abroad. v o t in g is fo r e c a s t p l a i n l y .
«unimerfullow, good house ami bam , good
J . IE V . Butler was at Portland
. , ,,
, . : IndeiM'ntlenee $ltW.— F.
1‘atterson to H ,
orchard,
\x r acre, it i> well located.
s i.k will la* given ¡it the chapel this Germany, Italy , Holland and Bel­
‘ Ble- ed is the n.an th at hath his niisehberg lot 5 and l ti
t; hloek l Iiuleix*ndence
Tuesday and Wednesday.
1 0 0 A ires, all in cultivation, good house
evening, (Saturday), ev eryb od y is gium will have to buy many m illions quiver full of them .” This proceeded . no.
and ham , tlo acres suinmerfallow, farm divid­
Nat Holman of Dallas, was noticed
fnmi the thankful heart of tne P sa lm -1
inviteli to attend.
ed into three fie ld s , good spring in each, very
of bushels, though the amount is not ist as he collected Ids wivi*s and off-1
on our streets, Saturday.
MARRIED,
desirable farm, $35 [>er acre.
•
Jo h n Murphy has our thanks for yet estim ated but it now se, uis prob- spring prior to cam ping by the .lor-,
3 1 : 1 A eres, good house and ham , 40 aeres
F ill. Richardson and fam ily will
T he
M am ed at the iwrl.w» <*> <>»' L e\. rc Hou»®
.
two of the'flncst [tears we ever ex- able that the six countries named dan for the Jerich o nop 1 picking.
in cultivation, good orchard, splendid st.« k move to W hitm an county, W . T .
*. ,
,
VlbatlV. nil Sundín sept. lfi. 1888. OeoriM
farm , $10 per acre.
i
a
lm
u
d
g
i
v
e
s
t
h
e
size
Ot
h
o
ji
liu
X
C
'
¡|U
I11.;|iri.v
,|.
p
ntHeiating.
W
illiam
linker
p6ct to iind anywhere. They were will require in all near 300,000,000
W. K. Burns and Henry Stunts, of the Imrtlct variety and weighed 2 bushels. O f this amount Russia l> a s “ 2 c u b i t s s q u a r e a n d in h e ig h t o n e ; ,„ \ | i ; i ;, ,, | a ( liri.-tian, bothoi l'olk county
Afi the ubove farms arc choice land and
e t t b ii, ttud t h e U sual p r ic e
i ta le n t
un,| >[i-s. Itaker have our host wishes
finely located. Inquiries by mail will receive with their fumilics aretg the fair.
pounds and 2 ouncx^.
I ex peeled to furnish 0n,noo,ii00, India ot s i l v e r porlxix. I h e m w a s b o o m -
,,
.
prompt attent^in. W esell um ltakeon eom-
Amos Holman and fam ily will
in turn's I»oys! H o p s wer© ’n jrr o a t
1 1
.
.
The
little
two-year»
old
child
o
f
*(,000,000,
%nd
London
authorities
es-
lnission, any properties in Oregon. JA M E S
\t tin* holm* o f tho liritU»*« i^arenti on tho
start next Tuesday for Harney V alley Geo. Claggett died at Salem Tue. dav innate that they will get 103,000,000 usp in til« M i a m i * a n d f\ s t iv :ils a m i in
TA TOM , Monmouth, 1‘ ilk county, Oregon.
t h e mannfiietim*
m a n u fa c tu re o
o n ic h
o v o r a g e , l.n»'ki.uuute. \\ •'ln.v.lay, s pt. m. tssH, i>y
ot f a a t tonic
beverage
bushels
from
the
Fn
ited
States
and
Rev.
Darker, George Wilson und Miss Eva
J . I I , Hampton raisixl 100 bushels and was brought U> the Independence
known as •‘niaketh tite im ,” transla­ Wilson.
Ad in inlst ra t or s Not ice.
of wheat on 10 aeres.
Canada,
though
it
seems
doubtful
cemetery for burial Wednesday.
ted by Sm ith as “ H oji B itters.”
In the County Court o f the State o f Oregon
this
hope
qjWl
lx*
Mr. Fsterbrook of Lew isville, wa»
Fryer A Pereival returned from whether
Mr. Pond is engaged in hauling
fo r lJolk county. In re estate of I*. \V. Pra­
lim in e » » M e n tio n .
th er, late o f said county, deceased, notin' is noticed on our streets Saturday.
Portland, Tuesday, where they dt*- realized. All the estim ates indicate, ’ thtme lumlx*r to alias from C. (i
Nies A Sm ith are selling out at cost.-
hereby given to all whom it may concern,
however,
that
the
broad
supply
of
the
Row
ell's
m
ill,
Sam Monkers, o f McCoy, had lit liverod AIM» head o f sheep to that
th at 1 have this day been appointed bv Hon.
G o to Ilen ry Patterson forperfum e
Survey Butler takes tin* lead in
Jo n a th a n Stoutfer, County Judge, id' said leg; broken Tuesday by part o f his m arket. They w ill, in a few weeks, world will fall at h ast 7.5,000,(MM short.
county, administrator o f the estate o f 1’. \V.
growing
onts.
Geo.
MeBw*
thresh«*«!
I
(iene lla y te r for cheap goods.
Don’t kiss a consumptive. Accord­
drive looo head to tin* same m arket.
Prutlier, late o f said enmity, deceased. All load of wheat falling on him.
for him Slid bushels. ( >n enquiring of|
ing
to
a
conclusion
o
f
tin*
recent
In
­
persi ms bidding claims against said estate are I D. L . Hedges’ 10 year-old e :i of
Read our new advertisem ents th is
W hy not the M onmouth rcpuhli-
the worthy C. S. tin* acreagt*, lie
ternational Medical Congress in Paris: iironipily replied “ l acres more or week.
require 1 to preseti: them t > me duly verified |
cans
organize
with
the
Harrison
A
Independence,
fell
out
o
f
a
barn
anti
w ithin s i i months from date and all per­
The F . M. A. store lues new goods.’
sons indebted thereto will please make im­ broke his arm Tuesday.
.Morton clubs? Let us hear from the Osculation limy carry the turhucular less.” T h is is at the rate of 215 bush­
o
«'tlier county paper»
bacilli in atoms of sputum on the lip-:. els per acre.
mediate payment. Hateii Sept. 14, 1 sss.
( ’on noway A Cooper hardware
leaders.
A
dub
o
f
one
hundred
mem-
j
can Hr down in quiet now.
Jud g e W arren T ru itt and X . L.
J . J . Daly,
M. N. Prather.
men, independence,
A tty for estate.
Administrator.
Butler were called to independence hers can lie organized iter»*, to help
D allas L o c a l » .
J . J . liaxv n ha» left ns; he has an
Aft styl«*s of summer dress goods
swell tin* groat enthuse that will take
Monday on legal business.
Mr. Soan Isof Portland, has located appointment with tlicO . P. railroad, at c o st tit K. H ayter’s, Dallas.
Administratrix’ Notice.
this land for our standard bearers in' in onr town and will do a general oil Llieir ( 'nsctide division, as a giant
G o to Vaughns, Dallas the lending
Til re i at::’ a of Unnu-c < i. lia'.v ln j den - si;
November.
commission business, will buy any- powder .«harp. I lew ill disembowel Jew«*ler.
Notice is hereby given to all whom it may coiiiiiiixliotisharn finished on his farm
t
in*
old
(
Y.seuiles
]>.
d.
g.
if
they
don’t
concern, that at the September term, A. I)!, near the Luckiamute.
R ev. R itn o rw ill 111 i his regular ap­ a.iy tiling you may bring to him .
make way.
We defy cim ipetition;G ene lla y te r
1888, o f the county court o f Polk county,
The rain ha topped the hop pick­
pointm
ent at Calvary church, Sunday
Dallas.
•Oregon. 1 was appoint! I a iministratriv of
Deter Cook, who has been in Last-
1
will
try
to
tell
the
truth
In
my
at 11 o’clock and Sunday-school will ers; only about hah of in'crop issav- items to l he ( lUSEliV Elt, but being a
the estate o f Horace <1. Ilaw lev o f said conn-i . . . ,
,
Students will remember they c*a,n
ty, d o v a d. All p r i m s holding claims \
< > « * o n t h e JUXst s iim im returned hold immediately following. 11 a * will ed thus far.
trout lisher, its u | >1 1 i 11 work Ixiys!
get first-ehes photograph work doiie
against said estate will present them to me, to Independence Tuesday.
J . B . M iller ha sold his property
hold regular service in theevom flgnt
•dulv verified, within six months from this
Hop [licking proceeds m«*rrilv, but at M. 1). l-illis’ Dallas.
Dave Vatcr of NVashington T e rri­ Independence. Fvervi>ody i cordial­ in town to W . 1. It. v n o ld -.
itati , anil all persons indebted to ssuid estate
we nope for better prices. There
T he F . M. A. store have as cheap
will please make me immediate payment.
tory, is visiting b i s old home near ly invited to all services.
The long talked o f road leading should be import duty of25cts per lb line of general merchandise as cun
NVarn i fru iti,
Em ily J . Hawley,
from Dallas to Cooper Hollow, at lust on heps. As now tirnmged our mon­ be found any w here.
bridgeport.
Attorney.
A iliiiinistnitrix.
The regular term of circuit court has been surveyed and viewed and ey goes to help the salarit*s of officials
Dated Sept. 5, 1888.
5-t
J . \V. Crawford is here aud is ready
5 i difibrent kinds of candies a t J .
for Y am h ill county will not he held no doubt, will be e tabli hew as a in <iirm an y .
to do [iliotogruph work iti tirst-elas-
W . Dawson’s.
county road.
E v .r iit a r s hale.
'till in Deecmber on account of the
By a close analysis th<* cost of
Crider brothers of Dallas have 20,-
stylc.
Dallas has boon poorly represented growing oatstliis year with a yield of
Ill re estate of Neb in Nealy, ileeeaseil:
small-pox epidemic at M cM innville.
at the fair this year.
F. C. Pcntland lias moved bis fam­ No new eases are reported.
13 bushels per acre is $s.7(ion the acre 000 shakes for sale cheap.
N at ire i - hereby given to all wlintii it may
e o n ien i tiint on the t ’.iliilay nftk-t. ls s s at ily to Independence, i ’rof. Ilodge
Paints, o ils, V arnish at II. R . P at­
I. X . Woods, onr genia telegraph or 2Uets per bushel. Add the usual
the b o ar of ( >\E o'clock ]>. in., 1 will s, 11 on
The m ay o ro f Spokane Falls has
mereiiants
profit
of
30
per
cent
and
terson's
cheap.
with
opi
rator,
started
to
Die
e;.:.
t
a
the I’R E M ISE S tbe Dll uving ilcseribcil real will occupy bis house here.
prices
should
start
til
28
cents.
ordered
all
saloons
of
that
city
eio-
ed
crowd from Corvallis, llis brother
No trouble to show you our goods—
i)ro[terty hi'loiigbig to the estate o f Nelson
U. S. (irant o f Dallas, did not ac­ afte r the hour of 11 o’clock at night, Jo h n has charge of tin* office during
Nealy, ilei aseil, by virtue o f the 1 lower of
In tin* spring w c.“ heard telP’ of the Shelly A Vanduyn.
sale ill saiil ilceeJents last w illaitil U-stament cept the position as leader of the Sa­ owning to the late fires, which lie has his absence.
expected establishm ent of a G. A. R.
'I lie straight up-and-up ston*-kcep-
In-wit: Tbe ilonntion latul claim o f S. S. lem band.
reason to believe as incendiary work.
( >tir hand is m aking rapid improve­ post at Dallas and many <>f us old <*ra -S h e llly and Vanduyn, Indepen­
Nealy in seel ¡mis L‘l rue' 22 townsbio !) S !i 5
west of tbe W illam ette Meriilian ; also, lots
ment and are praciicingalm osi every soldiers would like this to come about dence.
K '‘ltv, Hawley A- Co., of McCoy
Oil Monday Sept. 17th, the Mon­ night. They will soon command the
No's I ami a in saiil see. No. 22 in -. id to w .
Among the omissions in tin* <)ir-
closed
their
warehouse
for
this
season
J . W . Daw son has school books and
alii)) ami range; also tliat other tract o f bun!
mouth public* school opened. with a place they once held ¿miongst hands ffoniutt list of “ ¡iionei*rs” nre the
stationary cheap.
' beginuiio- at tbe soutJi-wn -t. coi-ner o f dona­ last Saturday.
of
Oregon—second
to
none.
mum's
of
Ruben
and
Cyrus
Glaze,
good attendance, The principal I ’rof.
tion land claim, No (:-» being the D 1- claim
J . \V. Crawford took pictures o f the B. F . Murphy having thirty-tw o and
W e nam e for you way down price*
o f Paul H iltcrhrai.d in said township and
There have b ee several applicants who cam e from Missouri in 1846.
range, thence east 2U.50 chs, thence north hop yards of Jo h n it. Cooper and
on
all our general merchandise. G ive
Our former Rrood«*r requests us to
the assistant, Mrs. Goodnight, tw en­ before Prof. Reynolds, for certificates
• 1.50 eli-, tie nee »‘»nth 51°. west 31.50 chs,
us a cull. Shelly & Vanduyn, Inde-
to
teach
in
public
schools.
H
enry
H
ill
of
Independence
Monday
say
for
him
,
that
in
a
«listant
county
ty-nine enrolled. The work as being
tie i v - null J i.s'i l b-, t i place o f beginning
dence.
and ciMitailiing in all 2U7 a.-ros mure or less.
J . M. P hy , will return to his home lie will follow the Bridgeport new’s
Ile n ry Berry o f A irlie, paid our laid off by the respective teachers
Wood taken in exchange for goods
with interest in tho O b s e r v e r , and
T erm of sale cash in hand.
in
eastern
Oregon
next
week.
town and this office a pleasant call bids fair for a grand success.
by inn n Damon,
he exhorts Bridgeport to stand stead- at tii«* Farm ers Supply depot.
A company of regular sohMers,con­ fust in the faith (and works) of last
Jo h n J . Daly,
E xecutor.
Monday.
W e have received the programme sisting of 1)1 enlisted men and l ight
It don’t make any difference, it Is
Atty .-for executor.
!)-5t
Dr. J . C. Byrd and family ofSalom o f tin* M inisterial and Sunday school officers, camped on the hanks of the Ith of Ju n e , and shoulder to shoul­ a fact you can get the lx*st gixxls, and
der give a roll ing m ajority for Har­
were in town Sunday and Monday convention o fth c Evangelical church Imcrcole adjoining town last W td- rison and Morton in November next. at the "best baoguin at Z. F . V aughn’s
Dallas.
visiting their folks before taking leave to lx* held tit Independence from nesday—they were on their way to
l i v e t ri.T i s.
for Spokane Falls, their future home. Sept. 25 to 28. W e would lx* pleas­ Yaqulna.
Wlfen you go to Dallas don’t fall
ine F . H ayter’s stock o f gen-
t«i
examiin
J
n
o
J
.
l)a
ly
was
on
the*
Luckia-
D
a
y
to
n
.
*«
Sol
Stum
p,
of
Stiver,
will
build
a
O recon P acific R a ilro a d .
ed to publish it in full, but it came
eral merehandise
mute visiting relatives on Monday
dwelling house in our town for the too late for publication.
A season of prosperity i lx*ing en­
'
A nd .Oregon
Development
Company’«
and Tuesday.
For fine watch work go to U . N ,
joyed by our little city. Tin* business
'Steamship line 225 miles shorter. 20 hours purpose of sending his children to
H enry Myers, o f Sm ithfield, Polk
The X . G. II. It. trains continue to m en,of all classes, are kept very busy. (Sran tat II. B . i ’atterson’s.
less time than by any other unite. I'irsi school.
county, exh ibits thirteen Durhnms, rarive as usual, about 12 hours lat<*.
'.class through passenger and freight line from
The warehousemen unusually so.
Tho most complete st«x*k o f dress
Mr. Morris of Hast Portland, visit­ a t the State
Portland mid all points in the W illamette
T h e capacity of th«* warehouses, in g«M)«is every brought to Polk cotinty,
Fair, and Hon.
Dr.
T.
J
.
Leo
of
Independence
was
valley to and from Sun Francisco.
this place, tire inadequate for the at F . H ayter’s Dallas.
ed relatives and Grandma Palm er, Robert Clow, o f Polk county, ex- in town Tuesday.
.
W illam ette riie r line o f steamers.
eimrmoiis*<iimntlty
of grain, which is
who
is
now
very
feeble
and
hilt
little
T h e W in . M. Hoag, the N. S. ». ntley, the
Supcrintcndcnt of the penitentiary,
Spectacles
properly
t«x*iiss«Hl
and
Mrs. A. 8 . Crystal -moved to Cor­ constantly pouring into them.
T h ree Sister» are in service for both passen­ hopes of her living but a short tim e,
aeeiirately fitted at H enry Patterson’s.
exhibits
live
head
o
f
Shorthorns,
and
vallis
this
week,
where
her
son
Kd-
Dayton
is
also
receiving
<[uite
an
ger anil freight traffic between Corvallis am»
took second premium on liis hull.— wnrd 1ms a position iii lvhiiu* A- Co. im m igration. Elm migrant® arriv e Every pair warranted. No fit, no
Portland and intermediate points, leaving Thursday.
store.
com pany s wharf. Corvallis and Messrs.
almost every week, looking for new sale.
Hon. \V. I). Fenton and fam ily on iShifcxman.
H illm an it C o's wharf. JiHiitnd 202 Front
Paints, oils, varnishes, etc., a t
W in. Davis, who assaulted Nathan home.-; many are pleased with the
street, Portland, tiiree time» x*aeh week as account o f the smnll-pox epidemic at
H ist Saturday was a gala day for
location and are settling.
Wat«*rhouses.
Tindall,
during
harvest,
was
in
town
follows.
M cM innville, came up to the home the Grand Round and Y ak an ia hop
Several new buildings are being
rue-day. Mr. Tindall is slowly im ­
( The
* T Q : r r ) ‘4 r*:innh<i at jjitfriti Oh
H enry Patterson has Just received
o f A. W . Lucas last Saturday to re­ pickers at Independence. T h ey took proving and will, no doubt, recover, erected; and the erection o f others ure
uccohii J o f lo t r .'•to o' o f ir o t r r .)
a new stock of all th<* latest novelties
contemplated.
NORTH DOPND.
main ’till that disease is controlled.
the horse race from the blooded mare Mr. Davis 1ms been paying all tho
Leave Corvallis Mon. Wed. ami Fri. 10-.35a m
G. K. Stew art, flic* photographer, in the jew elry lino. No old g«xxls in
«•xjx'iises incurred «luring hissi«*kness
Drop in and exam in e
“ Uav’s L n ’g Tue. Thu and Stit Kt 8)a m
has Ids gallery and residence nearly his stock.
S. Goodnight left hero Tuesday to brought over from Dalltis, for $50
them .
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C.
C.
Doughty,
J
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S
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C
oojkt , Rolit. completed.
aside.
There
was
great
rejoicing
in
A rrive Portland “
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3.30 a m take charge the public school at Fos­
Conner, and o t h e r s Mere in town
A. l ’erry is erecting a building to
Thousands o f Indies say it is th e
sil, in Wasco county. T h e school i< camp.
s i x t h n o rN P .
Saturday attending tin* It. A . M.
he usixl for a barlx:r-shop anil jcw el- hc-t they ever used. They mean the
Leave Portland Moo Wed anil Fri 8-00 a m for nine months, and lias a large tit-;
in the v icin ity o f Bin na Y i-ta i»
W hite » ‘wing m achines—you w ill
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F u k i t i a r t z ............................... StQBpm
J . N. N’oke» of Im lepoiK hw o, was ery-shop.
The public chool of this place is find them at llu:«ter «k V ernons, I n ­
W e bespeak for Mr. 1 H> a«*res o f hops own«*d by several dif­ lin in g our lmrg Thursday.
“
Kay s D ig u
“
“
“ 2:15 p m tendance.
progressing adm irably, under tie* dependence.
A rrive Corvaiit* Tiles Thu “ Sat 4:2U pm Goodnight a successful term .
ferent parti«_*s o f small fields. Tho
Boats make close eonneetion at Albany
eharg«* of the pre-ent teachers* Prof.
Norm al Note*.
yeld
of
t
h
e
s
e
yards
are
e-timate«l
nt
Horse shoeing, now shoes $1.50;
w ith trains of the Oregon Pacific railroad.
L. It. Li'wis i principal and Minnie
M. A . C. Robertson, city ofli *ial of
T he Normal Athl«?tic As»<x*iation
! resetting slioes all around $.80; plow
DAILY P.VSSKXOEtl TRAINS—EXCEPT STSDAVS. Independence*, was on »air s tre e ts ! 1800 pounds to tin* acre. P rice ¡»aid is again having its regular meetings. ( 'all assistant.
for picking is h to 50 cents per box.
A great many o f our citizens are -harp« ning w itliout cutter $.20 and
Ia .cave
a v i Taquina fi: 15 a ni j
Tuesday. He went to Portland W ed­
Students
are
entering
aim
st
daily.
out
of town. Some are in the moun­ all other w ork in |iro|x)rtion. Oak
15 cents per pound has liocu offered
“ Corvallis 10:35 a m *
nesday to meet bis wife, who is on
tains
and the coast for recreation, coupling put in fo r $ l, otik hnrseaeh
Arr Albany 11:10 it ni I
for the crop, but they are holding for
We note the following, who enter­
others are seek ing pleasure in the hop $1. at C. lam ktreo’s Monmouth at'
Leave Albany liOfi r rn ] her way lSwno from an extended visit
ed this week: Alii«* Melon, Marion fields gathering hops.
the old stand.
„ Corvallis 1:40 [. in • with relatives in W ashington T erri­ more.
county; .'!'•» V olktnar, Coos «nunty; at this se:,. on of the year is Recreation,
A rr T aqu ina 5:30 p ni )
Mr.«. M. K . L aR an sieu r keejw al-
de-irable,
Wlmt tin* I/emfzfr says o f our c iti­ I Allen and laonard Vincent, Multno-
tory.
O. it. C. trains connect at Albany and Cor­
zen»: “ Monmouth ha» s »me a» wide 1 mah county; Fm il P. N'orv. Morrow i» m atters litfle whetlu r it is connect­ wnys on hand a fine stock of select
ed with labor or not; If it may Is* cal- goods.
vallis T h e al») ve trains mnnt < t at 'a q n in a
(J e o . N V liitf-ako r a n d f a m i l y o f I n -
aw ake citizens a* any burg o f its siz<* I county; F<1 Jo h n - >n. Yam hill county |e*l recreation, it is appreciated.
Parti« » having side-walks to build
!
beside-
six
from
Polk
c«>unty.
S ' . \ f h« ■¡until
, Ä ups k ^ s i' v J , r Ä
that wc know of. They are continu­
Iktourgeuis.
or repair wall pleas«* attend to it im-
uinm er’s outing at the hot springs | ally ham m ering aw ay at som ething
Han Friniivo.
The class o f ’8K has h. »1 ti neat wire
mediutely and save cost.—A . N.’
HAII.IMi DATES—FROM YAQt INA_.
>. ■ . The
lia lle e k , m arshal.
NVillamettr Vallvy
Lridav, S<'|it., Dli on tlie M cK inzie river. W e are glad in tlie interc.it of th eir tow n. N or is
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h
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a
l
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l
.
Willamette Valiev
Wnlnesday „ lixli to learn that both he and wife have it sim ply chin m usic, for they back tree 1» growing finely.
Mrs. I A llan sieur C ity Bazaar
FR« »M SAN FRANC 1SCO.
Rev. Dallas, n young m inister from
improved health.
T he V«*- o- rt:u« s In,v<* already «'om-
up their words with coin and mti-cle,
I nd«*pen«l«*nce, lias » ni«*e lo t
Wlllame*te Valley
Hotunlay Sept., l»t
Wa.-ihington county, preached her«!
id <
tir
liter
•
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•
work
for*
lb
s
It. 1*. S. Notson, and fam ily left and that is what counts. The latest
Willaniette Valley
Thursday
„ IJtJi
last Sunday- H is regular appoint- o f ladies muslin underwear, hosiery,
:
y
n
r
.
NVillarnetie Vaiiey
Tins*lay, " 2X!i for th eir ohl home in Iow a Wtxlnes-
1 ment is every second Hunday or each gloves, m its, collars, cutfr; gents neck
tiling then* is the Polk County
Till*» foiupAiiy reserve« the riglit to change
w< :ir, iiandkerehiefs. six ks; also, sta­
The
»hurt
hand
cla-»,
under
th«*
in-
month.
dav. They have lived near Itallston Rank, o f which I>. T . Stanley is
«ailing dai<r* withnnt notice.
-trtietion of Lillian W orth i- m aking
Mr. S to tt, who was accidently liurt tionery, hooks, croquet s«*ts, notions
K B__Pnanengera from Portland mid all for tho pa«t year, and ix ing unable to
president and J . W . Dawson < : bier, g i x s l pro g ress.
in the mountains, is im proving un- innum erable. Call lx*fore purelms-
Willamette Valiev joints can make close
ing elsewhere.
c<»nnerti$ni with,the train« ofthc \a<juina dispose of their property in Iow a, i t will be n m iracle if m any o f the
der
the t .¡re of Dr. Mains.
S. Goodnight of th«* cla -- «»f
left
route Alhany or Conallis, and if destined concluded to
l)fU'k to it.
.School Ixxiks at C’hamness’.
Asti M cKern ami psirty returned
slow coaches don’t vote it a useless «in Tuesday for Fo-sil, Gilliam eoun-
to Sen Kraiv isco should arrange to amve at
.
, -
...-ti
H enry l ’atterson is not behind
Ya juina the evening Iwfore sailing.
Hon. J . H® 1^ * ?Oid WtTlily wil- thing that will H"-*n die. Rut it i» j ty, where he will tak e charge of tlie from Tillam ook Tu« »day, eov(*re«j
I with san«l and glory, and teem ing
Pawngcr and freight rates always the low- moVp ^ Tilt* Dallas. T h e move
then* and its projector» propose to school at th at place. Also, Win Worth with In tilth. They were very siie- with a fine lino of jew elry .
e»t. »hr information aiqfiytoc H o o ri^ | not permanent, but f<«r the winter, prove that it can bo made a lx*iiefi- ' o f the same ciiism , ls*gHn b ach in g at 1 8*s»fnI catching trout and k illing
Suver, this county. We lH*s|s*ak for
I game.
Acting p'lieral freiirlit and p:i - fisri r up :it with the eX[s*e{ation of a Is neflt Of ciui factor in th«* com m unity’s race i them success.
N o tice .
Corvallis, Dr.
Oregon Pariti«- railroi nifi
Much apprehension ¡» felt here over
for [>n»p« rity. Gentlem en, of tlie
hetilth
for
some
«>f
th«?
m
em
bers
of
C. I I . H A sW E I.I..
Ben» ot
>1 Aggie W lnnull, of Indetiendcnce, a the sniall-[!ox in M cM innviUe. Our
Noti«*e
is
hereby
giv«*n to all pa***-
Monmouth Board o f Improvement
(«•lierai freittlit and pa- «enger
the fam ily.
lprovem ent, niemlx r o f tin* eommereial cla.-s o f citi/ en -w ill take
t
ste|>s to prevent ti«*s knowing themselves indebted to
Orryen Deyelojnnent Co., ¿5*4 Mont it reet,
t
from that
place com ing here, the Firm o f liorzee A Roliertson at
Our genial friend, J . K. M iller, not let us take off «>ur hat to you, for we ’s7, will «*nt< r again in a few (Lays to ¡Uiv«ne from
San Franciseo.
«'■»mph te the normal cours«.
I). N. IJz e r, who is recently from | Monmouth and Independane®, that
forgetting his promise, s*'rv«»l this honor men who do instead o f talk
j Nebraska, will move into town this im nusliate settlem ent ny cash or note
office with acou ple of fin«* w atrrm el- a built doing.”
M. lla y te r dentist, Dallas.
w«s*k to s*'ii«l hi» children to seli«x>l. is required, its Mr. lb»lxTt»«>n retires
The F. -t Portland Vhi'lirxüor <iy-
II. F . Bedu<*n i* in Portland this from the firm and the Booksm ust b®
Neis A Sm ith art offering th<*fr
D oys and tiirls to buy School Ibxiks on’s. Huch
Mieli favors
mvor- a are alw ays appre-
ou Elisine»
w
' d osisi.—Barzee «t Robertson.
o f the norma! school lien* «>n receipt goods cheap.
*at Chan i ness’ Independen«*.
| dated by the O d s e r v e r force.
Farm s for Sale.
The Yaqufaa Route.
WANTED. 5000,
V-
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