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About Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1888)
t'HO.M I I.DFIt MKSSH K.
our Democratic friends find that
Id a u Or.sKttVKii.—Your smiling much they would like to say against
face entered its first appearance to the Republican party was said four
IMI ( i l l i v .
d a y in 11 1 i- stirring, hustling and years ago. It i- hard to start a bril
Physician and Surgeon,
rustling railroad city of GOU0 inhabi- liant explosion with burnt powder.
Nuli -c rin tiu n K a t e
tants. \Ye were very glad to nvet
i_*ltice Main St., next to Vaughn’», Pallas, Or ;
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i l .r,o
At J. I). Irvine’s is the place to
you and hope to see you each week
1 '«-r Six Months.
whilst we tarry outside the Willuin- get your groceries, Independence.
Per F u :r Months.
On Friday morning Kept. 1.7 at li
A ilv ertiking rate« uulo known on u|>j>ii
o’clock our magnitiiviit engine, with
oliritul from all fri
* !»large and elegant couchi x attached,
o f the |M|H‘r.
pulled u- ali out of the Northern I'a-
Physician and Surgeon.
a to a c m , g >.-l bonne amt barn, 150 wren
eiile depot at the metropolis of Ore in cultivation. £15 jierucre.
Mi n in oiitli, O r e g o n , O ct. :iO,
gon, and hy 7 o’clock we were in the
3H3 A re- lti »•«I now house and tiara, new p^rOfllci1, Iluena Vista, Oregon." tjjffl
new and thriving city of Taeoiua on-hanl, 50 aero* in cultivation, good timber j
where“ we tarried only long enough ami pie-tnre, $11 |»-r acre.
JOHN J. DALY,
f< r breakfast and then were off for
150 Acres, all good farm land, 100 aerv-
j near one days trip in and among suiumerfuilow, good house and barn, good
S O O T S
the mountain*. We stw for the orchard, $'!71 per acre, it is well located.
For Four ftfionilis.
tir- time the lofty peak of mount
100 Acres, all ill cultivation, good lexis,-!
1 Tacoma wlio-e (“tipped summit scent and liarn, 00 acres m ianierlallow, farm divid
all legal business
into three field-, g ix »l .springin cacti, very
Republican National Ticket. ed to k is i he hea\ ens and l<» atand ed
,i military sentinel upon tiie out-wasts
D A L L A S , OREGON.
311 Acres, e ,|o<l hou-e and liam . 40 .in-
of eternity. After leaving the benu-
in cultivation, irond orchard. splendid sr.sk
n i.N J A M IN ' H A L ilS u N * ,
flfttl and very fertile valley of Puy farm, $ lo per acre.
o f Indiana.
allup, noted for its tine hops, we
W A H R E N TRUITT,
A ll the above farms are choice land uml
saw nothing of int( rest to us until
we had pas- d through the long tun
nel and entered the valley of Ellen- pc im )“t attention. W r sell and take cm com
burg ur.d Yakima. These however
D ALLAS, OREGON.
po -e ss lint little interest to one who T A fo M , Monmouth, l ’olk county, Oregon. |
* l a- resided for three years, in the
W ill practice in all the courts o f the State.
For Fr-ddcntlal I
Bus-N o w is your chance to got great bargains, In our Dry Goods,
41 c a tlic r it e p o r t .
most desirable part of Oregon— the
( ‘tiii-e in Court House.
\Y -.. K A IM ’S, unsurpassed
R O B E R T Mi LE A N .
Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hoots ami Shoes, Furnishing Goods
( . W. 1*1 LT )N.
During September; 18xx, there were three
Night overtook iisat the latter town
Crockery and Gin -ware, departments, etc. A «i
o f l inerirti.o and the next morning we waked up ilays during which rain fell; with an nggre-
/‘/. i I/ iii ' ih :
o f 0.54 ineJ
fntlus'rie.i, .!//»■ rinnt I funi-■< tor in the territory of Idaho. All Sat
urday and .Sunday we were travel II clear, 11 fair mid <> cloudy days. The
ing at tlie rate of twenty miles per highest temperature for the month was 88®
hour through the Yellow Stone val on the 7th; lowest for the month was 37® on
Tim Doioocp.itic papers nil « * v< r ley and (»ther valleys of Montana
Druggists and Apothecaries.
the coutilry .'tipprr
tin- reports of and Dakota. Saw a great number of | the 23d; mean for the m oiitli was H4.06°.
tienernl Hnrriaon’ *pe «-hi s. And small herds of horses and cattle, and Highest daily mean temperature for the
yet they (till Ih-m-i-lvo • new papera. all in splendid «-onditiont W e passed month, 72° on the 27th; lowest for the month I^rugs, Faints, Oils, (¡lass amt all other A r
but few homes in Montana, l»ut in 53° on the 21st; m onthly range, 20°; great
These goods must be sold. ffœcWe are going to c k i* (ins. otc?«g£
They urc nfr.uil to let their reader'
tieles kept in a lirst-cluss drug »tore.
Dakota we saw on both sides of our est daily range, 2t)° on the 25th; least daily,
and parties needing anything in our lineAvbli head; t i &t
read for themselves.
rail-road many good homes and 3° on the 3d; mean daily 15.25-39®. The
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their advantage to call and see f£ r
large hams. The larniors idl soom- prevailing winds f.,r the month were fr. ttt
Prescriptious Carefully Conipountled.
Harri- a’ gr. Iiiatlm. «iddiv-. wax (■(Lto lie in a prosperous condition. the north d u rin g21 days; south 9ilays. The
on “ The poor of Hri; I and
1I(* was I
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Sr. Paul and about seven-hundred average mean tern, for Sept., for eighteen
a protectionist at nineteen, and is mile- west of that city is a smalltown years is 55.9s®; that for Sept, o f this year,
now in m a tu r e manhood.
called Kldrldge; our engine went lit 8 1-2° above normal. The average precipi
rfr*A ls o Di-nlers in Iteed .t Uarton’s Sil
erally through three freight ears all tation for Sept, for the same time, 1.00 in.;
If there is Irs- hunting in this li .tvily laden with mi rchandi-e Auul that for ¡Tie pn— tit year h’.ing 1.(HI below ver and Fluted Wore. Jewelry, J/usieel la-
strumenta o f all kinds.
campaign tiian in mil" campuityis of it also took out the entire right side normal. During Sept.. Iss7, there were six
of another ear in which were two rainy days, and 1.87 in. o f water. There
former years, there is a '/acat deal of men lour lion- ■- pm* cow and calf
Jtto“ Remlter the pjace, corno brick storey N tflS fiS J U R I,«
harmony and do •; -d dotermination | ¡uid one dog. The entire ear was de- were five clear tine nineteen fair days. .H igh
est temperature for the month, M>°; lowest
every wh<‘re. T in t’s what counts.
xtrnyiwl and yet strange to sav neith-
mannca<iia xao.~iu.it ««a
! er man nor U*ast was Injured. One for tlfe motith. 5o®; mean for the month,
T. P e ir c e . 1
liven trade i' lo;»ki;:g up and th<‘ ear loaded with tire brick and a
K «la. Oct. 1, 1888.
. “Viiii»wa- t<-tally demolished but
crops, with ¡ew ( . ' e p ' a r e yood.
. the tramp was unhurt. Our engin
If heaven helps those who help eer left his po <t only about one mint-
In t lie County Court o f the State o f Oregon
tliemselvca, so does it help a party ute before the collision and Ii<“ was
<>r Folk county. In re e-tale o f I*. \Y. l’ra- Seal Estate and Insurance Ag*ent
tjiut help - mankind, Fate and votes l,H‘ ,,lll.v one injured but not fatally. Iher. late o f mi M Anility, deceased, notice is
We did not r< aeh St. Joe; the agent lien bv given to all winmi it may coiieern
will certainly elect Harrison and
at Portirud, eitli.*r grossly deceived ’ hat ♦ have .'Ids day b.-eu ap). iot 1 by Hon.
! us or hedid not understand the route .lotiuilian st inti'T. (5 ninty .Indge, o f said
'from St. Paul, lie -aid that \vw i-.miii y, administiator o f the estate o f F. Vi.
The I’ntsdum, New York, Jfro/tl, would reach St Joe within “ I hours Feather. 1st!«* o f said county, deceased. A ll
persons holding claims against said estate ;ire
tells of n Itepllhlieaj) pulo-rdaili ■ in after we left St Paul with only one ¡a-«Ittir*- i to preseli*, them t > tuo duly verified
within six months from date and all j»er-
that .-¿ate, wh re, just as ali was
IT. H. BUTLER,0
were compelled to remain at Httrg- soits indebted thereto w ill please make im-
ready, a prominent citizen and Dem lington, Iowa,, eighteen hours. So mo m“ diatej>:i> ment. Date«! Sep*. 14. ls.*s.
ocrat stepped forward and said: mi-seil tin1 pleasure of meeting many 1 J ! 1
Druggist and Apothe 017 * 7 .
M. N . Pra
Atty for estate.
“ Gentlemen! I desire that no Ke- of our old friends who were in atten
ptihliean hand should I«* appls il to d a n c e in St. .1 ph upon tin- deliber
ations of lla* Christian convention,
the raising of this pole.
'1'here are i his was to n- a son* disappointment.
1 \rttL-s * 'lientteal», Bftoks, Stationery, Toilet
here nineteen I)(«nioerats who crave St. Paul is one of the finest cities we
1 J articles, etc.
the honor of doing tie job.” And lover saw. W e passed through Mln-
so it was done. T%- Ilepiibliiiiiis 1U!llM,1js >n tlie night time. It is said
IN D E P E N D E N C E , O R E G O N .
P re s c rip tio n s C a re fu lly
to be tin* ( lean est and neated city t>f
stood back unti tin* nineteen Demo its -i/.e let our coni incut. 1 saw ono
■■*“'' I.ivety. Feed and Salestulile. First-class
crats raised it, a- a d“ ltrai;on of large building at St Paul, in course
tilift.o'its. ¡Hid |«ri. - re •nul 'e (rive ns a
M o n m o u th ,
their |>nr|Mi.o* to vote for Ilarriseu oi'crt*cti-»n, mid now twelve stories, • -ill, a.nt!i eml o f Main ¡Street, U E U R E N A
i btimed that Miimea)iolis will have I IA kb, proprieUtn“.
und Morton und Proti ctio.i.
stories. I would not like to
The dry goods store F. M. A. will
Huskies - proxpivtx are made brl;rlit he in the top story in time of a storm.
Well, I It tve,u eaelietl twice hen*
tty the liopetul feeling; which pre in n»y present home and have met pive you a htwgain if you will call
Oregon State Normal School.
and see them.
v a ils regarding tlte future of trade. many w arm friends at GhUlicotli ami
Anticipations of prosperity
Imvc (•ullatin as well as In re* in Trenton.
FI LL FACULTY,
kept pace with hopes of Republican We have an elegant new church idi-
S. J. WATERHOUSES.
II *e cap; hie "I seating 500 people. It
success. Money will led sale under
i is heated by furnace and lighted with
u safe man like tlnrri on. Cfrrrftuid gas. Tlte windows are of very tint*
O p e n s S e p te m b e r 10th.
A ;irri(*s ut all times u frolli and completo stock ot groceries.—
eathetfValgln-sand the setttsuri“ nnidi“
of ash ami walnut; and we will -ay
'•'•'lin e . yen.-ral hin kiif'business. Sight*
thii in all re-jtix ts ii is a model house. Drafts on Now Y ork. San Francisco or Fort-
Dozens of our U(‘;Miblie.tit coutem-
( )ur andii'iu . - were good at both scr- land. Deposits received subject to cheek <ir
porttries temari tftat tlu* ciiein.V is \ iei -. We are yet in good spirits and «■tt i-ertitii ate- o f di-posit. Collections will
on tlie run. Well, ii, d e e s look -o, hope h> continue sn, but we did dis- receive prompt attention. Office hours 8 n.
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tn. to 5
Hull'll Bur f u r Proof Safe, «.■-
but don’t let’s be to > sure about lliis i‘L«- very much to learn thequict vil- cured hu Yale Tine Loci.
A ll Normal Graduates fls-eive a Diplome
f every di'seription, ax cheap ax the cheapest. Your patronage Is »oil
fr..tn the State which authorizes __
him « o
in Oregon than ihnse among whom
teach in any public school in the Stale, other
Grant maxim lick ’em - • they’ll we lived so plca-antly one year. The
States grant teachers’ certificates on presenta-
stay licked. Resides, it isn't safe to people of this city have plenty to eat.
tioit id tliese Normal Diplomas, without e x
M tnm oufh,
trust¡tppensn cs. Every llepublictin Chickens of the largest ami fittest
'Ituuld work from it >\\ nnii^ the ill"! at ’ Illy • AO iloil::--- p< o dozen.
All kinds of fruit and xcgetahles are
polls close ou the night of Novcm- here in great abundance. This side
C H E A P LIVILTC3-.
lH*r (1, as if the suci-ess of Dn- ticket ofRurlington i saw thousands and
and the platform dejtended on hi- thousands of large melons going to
waste. Many of them would weigh I
Mff-ffnod table board )• AiraMted to ata-
iindividual i ,lorl.
One !.» I a
h. I'lie cent c ro p i-
• I. “Its at the "Normal Dining Hall" at $l/s.
per week. Gixxl bixmliiiL* in families with
very fine and ¡ill kin.Is
1 *l" 1 r "’in. fa® and lights, $3.mi to ¿JAl
o I lwi( ml I l.o - -oui ct'rtnlnly pn •- oi -lock lilt nod flourishing.
ving himself to be ont“ of tin- most
Hoping to -i you again soon, I re-
interesting and resourceful public nudn your friemi and well wisher.
D ir A Specialty.fja
s|H“akcrs tluit the country bag ever
known. His addresses art models
Practical Course of Study,
I i'ir. n. Mu., (»•■[. In, Ns.
Poik County Observer.
C. E. W orth in gton .
Farms fo r Sale.
S u rp ris in g
Cash B a rg ‘
NIES & SM ITH.
W e are Selling our Stock
THE OBSERVER FOR
A tto rn ey at Law,
D RY GOODS A T COST.
A tto rn e y at Law,
Former Offers Fade Away In Oblivtan.
Goods w ill be Sold Cheap,
H ead Quarters fo r G eneral Merchandise,
B U Y Y O U R G R O C E R IE S A T
Polk ( Ouiity Bank.
Normal, Collegiate, ami
N O T IO N S ! N O T IO N S ! !
Vaiijvlm it H illard .
F arm ers
- " “l* 1 yt“- ’-ite liver? stable, at the foundn
—Completed in a—
no man in the party i- doing more to
bring it Is nit tlmt pleodlil triumph
of Rcpublli un prim ?
« hh h
non practically a tired.
The Republh in p p r* pri#i ex, -
rytbing Ulevdand choo- - to say.
luit tlit* Demoi ratic journals won't
print t\ bat Harrison says, day aft(*r
day, t iho t: o "d \, b" call it —
him. They refuse to give him a
hearing because he lias demolislM-d
their sidi* something h>'s than a
thousand timt“s sitici' be was nomin
c ■ «k stovt" furnished fU. and liiglter.
Milk )>:!t’.s 121 ets and higher.
Milk pails :k> ets and higher.
Suive polish 5 ,-ts and higher.
eis per |8nimi and higher,
R.»| h - b ct- i«-;- pound and higher.
I! - O O
1 ' *ltingit's, tools, aaah, doors, m ouldings, etc
Woven wir. md pint! spring m atre"«-.
I! stands for Harrison, happiness
health; while M is for Morton, with
ability and wealth; P ’* for Prnttv-
tion, Pie, Plenty and IVIi’;« anil to-
gather they’re nil lor Pork. Potato« -.
Peaches, I're-crv. * , Potpie, Pudding
aud a whole lot of gaml things, that
the Emigrant comes to Protected
America to get.
Home say there isn’t a- much en
thusiasm among the it-publican- a>
tour years ago. They ought to n -
memtier It is ha Hots, not enthu-
i-iL-nt, Ilia; tiguit“-. tii tin- t'ouut on
election night. I lit* iiiorm i< :tpii;.r-
F A N C Y W IR E FENCE.
\munition and fishing tin kle.
" nil p!t|s*r and window shades.
Send for Catalogue. Address the President
D ». BTAJiLBT, Jvonraoatb, Ongoa.
Lino o f
'' | ’l!m't-»J,,’ --îrtyOM
Bed Rock Prices,
Best Grade of Goods. 1
And Fair Dealing
Is Our Motto.
W ayren °«!c Jerinan,
- A ll kinds o f jToduoc taken in exchange for goods.
i t O X MOUTH,
Agricultural Implements and Farm Machinery,
Wood Work a Specialty.
COOPER & C0NNAWAY,
li,V° n ' vo a*k « continuane«* of your
F an n ers Supply lle lnd Co.,
j M M.OUTTI,
J. E. Jemton,
ü li lino of Tin wart* ( ’orrospoiidingly.
Jsr*All charges reasonable. Give a* a coll.
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
MiTAgent« for Kopp, Bumll A Ou.
Imieas>ti(U<nce, < >wgnn.*Od