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Polk County Observer.
I'u til Mini Every Saturday.
•‘The town o f Monmouth i. -itimri-l in the
center of the rit liest part of polk county,
eight mile« south of the county »eat. Dull*.-,
and two and one-half mile* we»t of the thriv
ing town of lndei>endeuc", and contain» a
population of over 4m. The location i.» a
beautiful one, on a rii h rolling prairie, and
for general liuultlifiilne—. the .-it .-is all that
c»>uld ho <l«*ired. Monmouth otters many
advantage*, and those . ontetnplating any < n-
terpr- are invite 11«>< outer with our eiti/ei -
The OaaXKvr.K w ill I«- re i I in every township
and ut every |H>sttirtlee in the entire «»mnty,
nnd therefore unexcelle i as an udver«i-;n"
llarrisop and Morton.
Mr-. Cattron is at Portland.
Prof. IPslges’ wife arrived from
their old home in tile east Tuesday.
Mr. Nichols is having his residence
in : h i : v m > h k h e v h o i t s .
« OUUESPOMIMM E.
Flour lias gone up.
The “ Hunters moon.”
Heavy frost Wedne-slay niglit.
Gak Grove grange mi*i*ts regular.
Not mtieh sitting on the porch
A «w - catin i, il In ru -tlin c ini» -lilic e r » .
I l r m i ite m - inni U iiiu c* tu o u r
tv. lni|ir vt'm«*nt-, eie.
lln l i i l N u le -.
A few o f our citizeiisarcattcnd fair
S E M I-A N N U A L R E P O R T .
<M’ t?u xmnty clerk «»f
county, st;Ho o f Oregon, showing the amount and numbei*
of i !:iiiu< «How d l»v the » nm»y court of >aid < unity, for what alloxvcO, amount of war*
r.i?:** drawn, and atr.• Mint of warrants outMandiiii: and uu|uiid, from the 1st »lay of April
1 V\S t > the d-t day of ScpUMnbor I ssh , both inclusive:
No. of Amount
Eugeni* ( Iravi s o f Siterai tu, visited
On what account allowed claims o f claims •f warrants
Ilobt. Clow and family liave return
Political discus-ions art* frequent
ed to their farm near Dallas.
Improvements in tiio way o f build
I, is.ss. Bridges and mads
$3388 t .J
and w arm tli. se days.
ing and rvpairing liouscs is lieing
Joshua McDaniel, near Dixie, ruis-
W e note still the general progre-. Iliade In re.
251 3 0
J usttin's courts
t*d 15,000 bushels of potatiathis year
of improvements e very u here.
1128 5 "
Our notivi* re-ai i*state ageut, C. O.
H. F. Sinitli o f L ‘ivisville, was
The OlisKKV t.K is still increasing Burgi*ss made -ale o f a largo fami ;
here on Wendesday.
km ; o (*
l i t 20
The Observer four months for .Vlels.
Editor Wasli passi*»! throtigh bere
Mutton sheep are reported scarce in Tuosday In thè ititi rosts o f 1»is paper.
Olex <m Tui sday.
219 9 O
I t u - i n » - - U c n tio n .
Rumor has lt lliat Geo. Kolty, a
342 o °
Porn in thé wife qfJamea At •
Thanksgiving day is but a lew prominent yotmg man o f thls piace,
I list rivt Attornej
o f Lewisville on the 15tb, inst. a girl
3t. lla y ter dentist, Dallas.
45 0 "
w i- marri. d XVedno-dny. W h ih * we
Walter ltuble o f Eola, is now a
Nies A Smith tire selling out at cost.
Some aickness is r. ported m and
543 o "
ordcr tinta longdi*ceived puhliomay
d o to Henry Patterson forjierftime resident of Pullman, W . T.
be satislied; we w i11 wait 'tilt ne.\t
le gal blanks, printing, etc
V». L. V ell», o f lîuena Vista, was
Gene llayter for »¿it-ap good«.
( irenit court
Dallas is going right along in the week to re|»ort it as A fact, if indued,
noticed here Wednesday.
18 7 -
it has occurred.
i advance o f improvements.
Head our new advertisements this
2 s 1 8 4
li. Alexander is the new postmas
Mrs. Dr. Parrish is at Portland,
Itt-aiu* e o m m it m e n t s
der care of Dr« Rowland. She is ¡m-
The F. M. A. store has new goods. ter of Buena Vista.
2 !7 05
237 < »5
Expenses of ex. o f Landri-th
attending mechanics fair.
»foveil and hopes are that will soon
I I ! 90
Miss Maggie Butler i» attending
For the best bargains in ladles and
The MW Side has a new power ie able to return lioiue |M*rmanently
gents underwear, hats, caps, boots, the mechanics fair this week.
cured o f her l u e diwtue.
A m ’tsofw ir’ tstln* clerk-' of-
shoes, line clothing, etc., go to llay-
John Wolverton and wife visited
The trustei*s o f Beiliol school have
tlet>not dru iss’dsince Apr I. »
The Oak <;rove school is prospor-
iti-t siiown their cntorprisc and in Total amount eltiims allow »*d and ilrawn
their folks tit Albany this week.
| ing under the management ot Nils'5 tis! In the cause they represent by
For tint* watch work go to 1'. X.
F r in c ip id .
Grant at II. B. Patterson's.
F. S. Barzoï* and E. S. Cattron Carrie lloyal.
ex]H*nd!ng #12») for :*.pj>aratus and
< bitsianding unpaid ('»». wawant.- Jlst day Sept, 1 s -S
Spectacles properly toeussed and went to Portland Tuesday.
The new Baptist church building furniture for tho school.
accurately flttedut Henry Patterson’s.
A reunion o f the brothers and Warrants in clerk’s oihe * issued prior t<> Apr. 1. ’38
Jus. K. Sears of McCoy lias been [at Independence is nearing com pie*
Every pair warranted. N o tit, no
tuaik* a notarié public by Gov. I’en- ¡tion. it is tin* iinest of any in our slat» rs o f Mrs. J. H. II ,
W a r r a n t s in c le r k ’s »»nice i-stnnl -in e e A p r i l I, ’88
was held at her home the 11th inst.:
$13705 88 1 $000 (Ml
Mr». T. o. Waller, F. V. and Wm.
The F. M. A . store have as cheap
The putting in of ties on the nar Mulkey, J. II. Mulkey and wife, C. Sito o f Oregon, »\mntv nf l ’olk, SS,
II. C. Best is painting the scenery
line o f general merchandise as can
I. » i. »' mi I, »■„iintv cl.» I, ,,f Mu*. .»ii-.** ■ *f r.i’.k, Stat -o f Oregon. .l»> li»*«*l>y ixrtWV tlmt
to he used in !.. \V. Robertson’s ttoÿ row gauge road is up to W hite’s Sta A. Boney and wife, 'were present.
be found any wheft*.
correct >t»tionu*nl *>t tin* luuubtir ;unl miioimt ot clitims uHowwl
Their friends wish t^»*in many more ; tI d * forct' »ii»t i s n true
tion on this side. The work i- com- such meeting-.
Students will remember they ran opera house.
l»\ :^C I'ouiit v c 'iirt ui s ti l county, for the "i \ ni*»ntlis ending on the *Ust day ot Scptctn-
wet first-class photograph work done
I». t i > s_ , ,fl w ha: account the >.ime wen- allowc» 1. an i 11 u* amount ol warm tits drawn, an« l
Koc’ y I). W . Sears, o f the Polk ing this way.
th»‘ :mount of warrants outrtandin*;' and unpaid a* tffc same appear upon the records ot
ot M. H. Ellis Dallas.
D n y ton .
There will bo a grand opening at
County Lund Company, pa« -d this
my othco in I mv
TE. II ay tor’s is the place to buy all way Tuesday.
Witness 4 11,
i v han land the Seal of the (Vmnty Court of said county this 1st day of
I the Dallas hotel Friday evening Oct.
i.he latest styles o f dro.-.-* goods; fine
C. (i. Cowl, cxmnty clerk.
Mr-. A1 Zeiber o f Portland, is vis ¿bib. Thi-: hotel is a credit to that city papered ¡uni repaired.
iit*»* juct received.
' and o f the county.
A groat many from lids pia"»* are
jftunfs, oils, varnishes, etc., at iting her daughter here, Mrs. Prof.
SEITI-g\.2SnsrTJA.Xj S T A T E M E N T .
There is gihtl property in .M o n visitnig*llu* Medianieis fair in Port Ofth,* hid >:iut nf money and warrants rt'civcd f«»r taxes, ami money paitl to the county
trc.i ir. i hv iln l^ rill ot l ’olk county, Orco.m, for the six months ending on the 31st day
Attorney Daly w ill htiild him tt mouth, which parties can got reason
Henry Patterson has just received
Vaoination is -till tin* order o f the of SeptcmherdSss.
ft new stock of ail the Pitt st novelties neat oiliee near Dr. Wood’s drug store
1 day and son* arms an* beginning to
In the jewelry line. N«> old good- in ! in Dallas.
I luring the months o f
p a t i :
Head the semi-annual statements he considered as nothing unusual.
his stork, itroji in and examine
1 > ss. 1
July Aug. St-pt.
.A p ril
J. Muer and family o f Salem, are
der A Beno, of this piaci* w ho recent
$l!)l 2 2 #22217 $350 79
.9_*|i)n0 00 #1 ¿in (Ml
: In < • >: ii am* <’urri-ney
ly sold their stock of merchandise is
C'onnoway A Cooper liardwtire now residents o f liai las, and have !county.
ii ; on
¿kioi (» i
charge o f the tannery at that place.
concluding his business interests
42 #222 17 #:g.o 79
$ 10 1:1 00
L. Damon will begin building a
Neis A Smith are offering their
Bluffs,Iowa, to engage in Musini •
barn on his farm right away. II<*
During tin' month* of
Tn a'llollllt- |iili»l
Rev. A. Willi-on w ho was r'ovnt- 1 SS s
\A dhums, charged 44'ith seil»
1 May 1 .filile
Go to Vaughns, Dallas the leadingl Is thinking o f using the roofing and
Ì»ly appoint»*»l by the Methodist Con
! ing liquor to Indians.
! siding o f iron.
leromv to this place*, has uniteli with
$27«i:u fÄ 1$l'U:t (■«I 1 $'»70080 #■-'.*.! 42 #22317 1$359 79
T.» I'.i’iatv Tr» :»--» : r r
Henry Patterson is not behind
Lawrence M cXary o f near Eola i On account o f the large mass of tin* Pri sbyterian church, and will
lìf Oiv CHI, C.llIDtV of Pulk, ss.
with a tine line of jewelry.
left for Portland Monday to attend acorns in the oak hills back of town, soon move to liast Portland t» lili St;«*«-
I, Iiw S. Sìiiitli, -lnTÌIf»»f-iiil < ■multi, «lo luTclir «•erlliy tl»*t »Lo fon*«»iirig stnfoniont i»
tlu* Presbyterian pulpit there
Fenton A Truitt have received the law s ool.
< onv, : hi I tnt«*, \\ itili- n,v li.imi tlils 1-t «];iv of » ii:tuln*r l«ss.
i Polk county seem« t:> !>e $U,Gi58.8-l
Ira S. Smith, Sheriffof Polle cptintjr,
Tilt* j wo !er Cha«. Pomroy hn
their new dress goods and now have
W . W . Collins o f Soever, was here;
moved into his new shop nn»l has
the best assortment in tin* county;
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just Received a large assortUM*nt of
consisting of the newest shades and Monday. He brought his son Joda
SENTI-TVTTTTTTA v T j S T A T E M E N T .
in this issue.
jewelry and eloeks. lie also has a
prices to suit every body.
[ to attend the Normal.
» if .... ..... iti tv tri .i-uriT of I*olk rouiity , » )r roii, t ir tlu* six liiotilh* emlinii oli thè
The republican demonstration at
The Farmers Supply Depot Com
■iiiviif ■oteiiili;*:' 1-.s. o f nioimy .... itisi :m l |>*i<l out, front vrhoni reeeiveil «m i troni
The family o f James Kibliey of
ivIme sonivi*, ami mi wlutt aivount |>ai<l oot :
pany will in the future collect ail
Portland last Friday is reported ¡is iitted up for harher work.
K in g s Valley, were visiting their
No grain Il ls been ,-hippel from
hills strictly at the etui of every month
Troni what source (ìi-noial ! S I iimi I
the Daytoii warehouses ¡is yet lairj Lat«*.
finiti. | fund.
unless special contract are otherwise. ’ friends lier<* this week. Bold, l ’er-
¡¡. r gat!» ring ever li *ldin this state. can any he shii>ped until the Yam-
1711 1!) #1771 CO
Goodman A Douty have just re
lauti iti S.M7 7J
The builders seem to be at a loss liill raises and itoata art* enahle.l to | April To «tu mn'.» rivrovil from siluriti
ceived, direct from < 'hicago, the finest
Rev. II. L. B itnerw ill till his r» g-
11 in ( i r n» . ! 5s
get over the liar at its mouth. Tin*
line of Cutlery every brought to In ! ular appointments next Sunday to g»*t lumber, Tin* mills are rushed delay in shipping is a cause o f much ' .lune
yturj . vi nei
iv i r>j
dependence. * Don’ t fail to call and : :.t Independence, 11 o'clock Dixie ;i t > their utmost in filling: orders for inconvenience to the farmers and i July
examine the stock.
! o’clock and at Dallas in the evening.
Ang-lO To amount m v iv o l -tate treasurer
Thousands o f ladies say it is th»*
I is going on in the county,
The small]>ox does not subside.
liest they ever used. They mean the ¡ W . L. Reynolds lias commenced
To anuunit- from ix-tillum im i ferry
Work on the new Opi-ra Hou-el <hie of Ih* employes at Mr Morgar-
White sewing machines—you will his annual visitations of the county
To amount from Honor llecn-u
eidges took the epidemic last Satur
lind them at Buster A Vermins, In - schools. Tho Observer w ill contain' anil Agrieultiml Depot, is prygm • day. Odt’ n tiie old' -' son o f Mr.
Morgareidg»* died last week with
his reports. •
To unnmnt from -< lumi -ii|ierliit«*n't
rajiidly when tlie lumber all arrives. tin* dreadful <les<*ase. The r»*timin-
To am mitt from trial fees
Crider iirothers o f Dallas have
,- On Thursday^Oct. I Hth at the resi The
July 1 forrivtion final -.¡ttiiaueiit July 1,’.is
lack of lumber has etuised mu.ih ! d»*r of th»* family is improving and
000 shakes for salt* du*aj>.
dence o f lion. J. A . Hawd'.v, of delny.but the company now has pro all will no doulit recover. Dayton j
$30018 50 #1712» io
Paints, Oils, Varnishat II. It. Pat Bethel was ti family reunion o f ail
-till oh-erves n strict »itmrantiiie I
mis • of prompt delivery o f all their ngiest the infected di.-tri»'t and. Mc Date
the brothers and sisters o f Mrs.
Amounts paid out
material. The building is nearly Minnville.
No trouble to show you ourgood-—
By amount paid out on county warrants
Shelly A Vaiuluyn.
IÍ.U 4 13
* hool superintendent.-’ warrants
\\ . A. Hollinsworih o f X\ alitila j )ay ^-¡tl, the roof is from Jack o f nia-
1 «lance General fund on hauti
Fenton «V Truitt have received .1 unction is visiting friends o f Inde- I terial. This building will be an orna
Everything very quie: in tiu* city ,
their new stock o f fall gootls, and cull
State lr»*asnr<*rs receipt
special attention to their Dress go o d s pendence. II»* passed through our ment to our town and county.
E. C. Hose lias his new wag.»n-s!i»*d
department which is the most eom- town Wednesday.
« >n the 17th, The Polk County
plete o f any in the county.
Rev. W m . Clyde
y de will preach at I Lami Company completed their work j ' " ' ‘ M'k 11
S hool superintendent nsvipts
E. H ay ter now has the neatest gen- McCoy
........ , on Sabbe - 1St ,u st’
o f organization and are now prepar- ¡„v stil(i„ n aprnt’ Wf>1 nt to i'ortlaiul »
Corrections final setll»*m’t July 1, ’8S
oral merchandise store in Polk coun- :nir n,‘1(i <>venin". The sacrement of **d for business. A n y information
Monday. Her father lias cltarg»* of|
ty and in* will not i>e undersold. Call tin* Lord’s Supper will he adminis-
and see for yourself.
tertsl during morning service. Ail M jfo y or E. A . Patterstin, president
I, Wm. Ellis, do hereby certify flint the fort-going js a true and correct
John Franklinbcrry, formerly v Y
The straight up-afld-up ston*-keej)-
ri*si«lent o f this piai*»*, hut lat<* of 1 itement of th * amounts received, paitl out anti remaining tin hand, in the
ers—Siirllly andvanduyn, IndeiK-n-*
Walla Walla, is visiting hi- many county treasury of said county for tin* six months ending on tin* :11st tlay o f
H . C. Rowell, o f Bridgeport, met ; given t.il maU»*rs.
Sentcinh.'r ’SS. Witne-s mv limiti this 15th «lay of October ’.*+s.
friends ¡it tliis place.
Wm. Ellis, County Treasurer.
Farmers wanting to buy a fall hill with quite a mishap a few days ago, j J. R. Cooper o f Independence,
Roht. Wifliiwns, Andy S'‘bring
will save money by liuying goods of w hiln drivinc on the reati near 1 >ni- was in town last Safurday looking and others, w ill .-tart for Little Elk
Fenton A Truitt, Dallas.
1;1S ln a doK t, irt, the horse lK*eame after the contract ofburning the brick I k xt week on :i two weeks liuntiug
NFXI-XNXTAI« srMMAKV STATEMENT.
W e name for you way <lown priees unnianme ble, and throwing Mr. for the new block which is to go up j expetlition.
i if the financial condition o f the County of Folk, in the State o f Oregon,
Bejirs -:*ctn to l»e getting pretty
on all our g^n nil mer^amUse. Give Hrnvo,, violently to the groutul, the in th(. s,,rill
It is estimated that thick in the hills near town ¡is sevar- (fi tht* 1st tlay ofOctolier lnsg.
us a util,
horse kicking the cart lo pita* -.
! five hundred thousand brick will be ttI have been sta*n o f late. < >n<* came I »ate.
Warrants druwu on Co. tn a’y, outstonding unpaid
E. llayter makes a specialty o f I
T«i estlm at«! amount of Interest nemM*d thereon
silks, satins, plushes, velvet- anti in ; -oon remove from that place to Mo«- several gentlemen art-figuring on the
Warrants in clerk’s office ¡«»tied prior to April 1, ’ X8
sheep. Glare, chased him almost
fact ail kinds
goods. _ Rem-1 ■ w i t w
. . . ^ o f .....
n , , i i. . T.,
X «y where
»»««■' * *■
■ ■ locate for • contract.
tlifriugii our streets and no one -aw
emlH-r that aH tilt- goods
ii lus stock (h(i
,,f j,¡< pr„f, «¡on. Tht
| To Stale* Tax
The Normal School was nt Vcr I«'- it, he got one shot at bruno hut
.. ,, ,,
„ th • Folk county
. . Ibre so prosperous as now, and und'*r failtsl to gt t him.
Tlie remains of Mrs. K elley were Date.
A ll orders sent fenton A Truitt h> p,,()pj(, f«,r a long time, and the many ! »j,e present faculty of able teach rs
mail w ill receive prompt and cart
friends he has matle anti his succe -s- it w ill continue so.* Every Week i- laid to rc»t in tin* English cemetery 1838 By fnntl- in liaini- «if «u n ity treasurer appll'iihle tt> tin*
attention; goods sent by return mail.
last Friday, the ftiperal servie«*«
payment ofeounty w arnmts.
ful practice w ill lx* missed by all.
a large number o f students entering, were conduct«! by Rev. F. Holman.
Wood taken in exchange for gotsl-
Total o f ‘delinquent tax roll $15(1«» 08, estimated value
J. E. Tate, o f I’ennsylvania, is here and the attendance is mudi larger
Our K-hookis runing along sniootli-
at the Farmers Supply depot.
Iv under the care o f Miss Adna Eb-
this week completing arrangement- than any former year.
lt don’t make any difference, it is
hotel. It is intend«! to
J. D. Irvir.e Indi-pendtat«-.
a fact : you can get the lx*st goods, anti *°
lass house. Every town
ix*st baogain nt
VmiKhan D o u ty .
at the * liest
7. F. Vaughn'- !»* a fir-t-ela«
44 . II- <'lnirc«*U.
A m it y *
neeti- a gtsxl hotel, anti none more
Miss Maddtix is tcacldng music ¡it
A t 2 o’clock. Wednesday, Oct. 17,
Stuh-nts in want o f anything in than Monmouth. The opening Is a Dallas.
day: Clara Riddle , Douglas county;
1888, in tlie Freshyterian church ¡ I «ss, at the residents* tif the bride's
one, and w ecaw la evitieat.
the Dry gotsls linos, will save money
Mr. fro-ley, fir* ply »¡ogre liar, lin- Joseph Collins nnd Frank Montgom at Independence, Hit-hard F. \\ ells 1 pun-nts in Independence, Mr. J. W .
by laiying of Fenton A'l^uitt, Dalla-
As a rule very rich nv*n are not i he? his work here to-morrow. A ll ery, Polk county; Mr. Dorman of was unitoti in marriage to Miss Hat
Vaughan anti Miss Minnie Douty
those who builtl up a community, - tan« well plen# d^vith his picture«. ( 1 matilla county, an«l John and tie flagget, in the presence o f a large
were united in marriage by Re\\ J.
Independence, has a nice lot
A single business man full o f life ami
Our milliner is now ready to H'atry CVaig, ofMarion county, 'i’wti assemblage.
After the ceremony, XV. Osixirne. They will commence
■of ladles muslin untlerw t ar, hosiery, a n d enterprise, w ho is not afraid to [ pl«w eyou with a new hat.
gloves, mite, collars, cuffs; gents neck .....
1, , C Sunday
l i n , ] . « «• l last,
o u t t nt
i t t two
U / I o’doek at ladies from ( > kh county cnterwl I ’ri- which was impressively perform «!
hounekis'plng on their return from
wear, munlkcrchiffs. sticks; also, -til- pfik anil tidk -t*n.«e and know - how the n -Men'** of the brides parents, day.
by Itov. E. it. Murgatroyd, the Fortiniid. Both tht* contracting par
tlonery, htmks, croquet sets, notion* to advertise, is worth any dozen >fr, Charlie Dancer unti Mi«< Hr.ice
Mr . Fi*if. Htsig - arrived from happy pair repaired totheCity Hotel, ties «re well known, anti have a host
advantage Huffman were u n it«! in tin* holv
I n S X w h ^ . Cal1 be<bni PUn,U*H* rich men who only fake
Ohio on Wednesday. The prof«-««or where they r«*eivt*l the congnitubi- o f friends who wish them ail the hap
o f the pe »pie’s ent -¡.ri- ■ to lot ft nee haul« t»f niatrimenv R<*v. 1>. M. and hi- family occupy E. C. I ’ent* tions «if frit m l* and were serenaded piness io w hich mortals are heir.
Doty t)ffi«iatlng. Tli<* Is-t wialies
I by th»* «»m e t hauti. Dinner was
W h e a t a ftooff P rice.
o f many friends attend them thrtiugh lantl’s bf»u«e.
All parties in»let>ted to the F. M. A. Store
Prof. Hull, o f Corvallis, «1« liven d served at 1:30, about fifty guests fee
•.arc re<|uest«-l to *«atle tlieir a»r«»tints imm«*-
The public school n*op'*nt*l this a lt*etiiro at the ciiapel on Friday ing present. Mr. and '1rs. Wells
this wtek under the
'tiately. Wheat i- a p»««i price ami there i?
(MbntLiy) morning with fifty-eight
took theaftomoon train for Fort land, management o f J. E. McFarland.
Do exeo«e for yon t«» »»day «x-ttU-ment.
pupils «’*nmllt*l. Every thing bi<l*
Fanner« Mercantile Arsoeiatic i.
¡inti art* registered at the Holton.
Some of our hop men have not as
(piite a nunilx*r t>f our citizens fair for a proBfieroos sclio«»l.
Mrs. A l. Zeiber. o f Portland, Mr«.
yet di-|*»sed o f this crop.
have attend«*! the meclmnies fair.
F. S. Bungee and Mrs. I’ . L, fnrnp-
A large amount o f 4v«xxl is being
The min ha« started tiro summer-
Tht* rent irk* o f General Harrison hauled to Dallas.
IsJI, «if Monmouth, Mrs. Arnold, o f
fellow to growing nicely. A larg»*
Boys and Girls to buy School Btstks r.< reage will be sown h**re.
Farmington, W . T., and Mr. Bnrzee, to his lri«h fellow citizens have won
Tin* Sunday-School elected officers
Anv- on«* having f«**! they want
at < han I ness’ Independence.
near Stay ton, attended ehap«*l him many additional friends anti last Stmt lay.
Wm. Clyde preached here last chopped will I find t me ready t«i
quickest excreisos Thursday.
Mip|iorters among that m «*. They
for them in the lient ant I 1 .‘1
Otir deiiatlng society ha* reorgan-
' shape, Come before tile mill «hut
Student? when in want o f goods of
know h<* ne nns what he says. Gen. iz«s| for the winter. It will be a
down.— Frank Collins, Monmouth,
any kind, go to Fenton A Truitt’«.
source o f plea-tire to many.
I end isn’t any other sort «if man.
A fre *h supply o f groceries « t i . D. • Oregt at.
j D o Nini an & Douty, IntlejH ndciicc. Irvin t’
W A N T E D . 5000.