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About Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1888)
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W h y, then, ought the nation—with
a big N—to propose a different poli
C. c . DOUGHTY,
This is’nt a matter o f sentiment.
S u t c c r ip t ion B a t e « .
It is a matter o f dollars and cents.
Just lay aside your |>n*con eel veti no
Per Six Month*.
tions, and weigh it well.
Per Four M'Uith».
Pc!k County Observer.
Advertising rato» maile known on uppli-
eut è in.
Correspondence i* »elicited from nil fileni 1> [
o f tlie ¡«lier.
Mon mont h, Oregon, tt<-t. 27, l « » » .
Tr!E OBSERVER FOR
For Four Months.
Republican national Ticket.
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Halt and Head.
The brilliant dude whose name 1* Endi
ci,tt and whose official |*o»ition i« .^iTefary
o f War, with his heodquartere in Wiwnlngton
has lately ordered 2.UU0 urmy blankets each
o f four ¡«iiimls weight. There were two hid-
9 rs. A foreliai Ann and an American one.
The nwunl wiw made to the English timi,
who underbid our own manufacture 31 a n ts
per blanket. The Secretary o f War accepted
the foreign hiil, und thus gives the English
limi what i- wan tad, a *ood « d ra tta w A .
I.m 1 whan ¡'in;;' and »on ■; oliata ¿u* d
I paupers and get them for ten cents [K-r day.
If an American blanket is not gisst enough
•forali âWMirhan aolillrr, wa aboold bava na
American soldiers. The mutter of price cuts
For I’n-siilential Elector»,
: no figure. While the army is exi*e<-tcd to
RoBKKT ih I. K A N
defend American interests, the Administra
■ \\ • L'LTON.
Troto ■lion o f .1 mericmi tion seeks constantly to enrich foreign mon-
cy-lenders and foreign manufacturer*, and
/ A n t for
thus dry-rot amt |*auj>erizc American indus
I tries.—‘“Brick" 1’om croy’s Advance T hw iU .
tVTI Hear W eighing.
Our country he dot Ut I over witli i Do thè Democratic officiala
prosperous villagers- [•lties, iiiittiy of tilt* phnise thus: “ Rubile office
tinnì are--of frolli Udì» to 10,000 soni*. | private busi?”
Thcy are ontirpri»iiig ccntrcs o f bus
Hriilgcp rt llepublicnii Campaign ( luti
iness, o f culture, tif social life, ami of,
wealtli. I lumlrcils o f thciu tire tles- ‘ At a meeting o f this eliti) held at
school house it was
tim il tu I - m e great ci ntres o f pop- .........................
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rally be hold
ulation, witli attendant time and in-
Bridgeport school house on Satur
day the :lrd of Nov. at I o ’clock, also;
1 low have these thousands o f lK’utt- that the secretary notify all members
tlful towns attained their present o f the club as far as possible; that
campaign music by the Gle«- ('¡ul> lie
Importance? By their gcogmpltieal provided; that 100 bills advertising
and natural advantages. \’ cry true, the rally be printed and pouted; that
though all of them have been a».«i»t- prominenteti and talented speakers
i*d in part by the enterprise o f their lie invited to address the meeting.
citizens. Now, how are they to
The Republican party has raised
g r o w stronger an essential, if they
the nation from bankruptcy to opu
are to become the centres o f wealth
lence, and secured for our public cre
and power that nine out o f every
dit the faith o f the financial world.
t n American towns hope tolieeome?
This was done under protection, and
Simply by guarding her own Inter
(iencrol Harrison helped to do it.
ests, and by patronizing home in
I te c o r d ut' D eed s.
I low often do wo hear protests
The following deoils were tiled with the
from business men in small towns county clerk during the week:
against sending or going to the
('has Parker to F. C. Parker lot 1 block 1
neighboring eity to trade. The ar Independence $125,
( 'has McDonald to W S Frink lot ¡n*Pallna
gument is used that one can do as
well at homo, which is g'aterally $500 00.
ti W Richards to Henry Faulk heirs part
Wherever in litis broad land you in James Richards estate $1000.
A J Merchant to A 11 Grig;-» 4 acres near
find a town, whose residents work
together for the common good, who
The Oregon hand Company to A J Mollit
help each other, w ho trade at home, 10 acres west o f Salem.
who speak well o f home industry,
Hi nrv Hill and wife J. W Kirkland lot in
who patronize the home market, Independence; $700
W E Dutton and wife to J 8 Cooper two
there you tlnd, not alone a growing
town, hut a community destined to lots in Monfhoiith; $looo.
Elizabeth Neal to J It Hawley six acres at
to reali/. to the utmost, nlf its geog
raphy al and natural advantages. It
Oregon bund company to J H Halieoek, 17
is not going to get left in the race in r es ot U W Hamilton I). L, ('., $1,017.
for wealth, though some more
F. S. to J W Spaulding, paient to Pit) acres
C. J. Paine to D M (ìntim e, 20 acres near
wide awake neighbor getting trade
into the habit o f going its way.
E It l ’oppleton and wife to W E Cresaey,
On ti ■ contrary, the live .Ameri
store building and lots Indepi ndenee $5000.
can town secs to it’ that its own In
dustrie-- are protected by the shield
When the Chicago Convent-ion
o f local loyalty. W hy?
its ticket, it unconciousty ¡«wt;
the shrewd townsman knows that
greti! issue o f the C ihm -
tlie'e n ro t.ie t^ iin+nstrio- bring
prosperity, and prosperity brings Imigli-, as- Unis:
new people, anti new people, want
X M a RKET
ing b o r n e and food, increase the val
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ue o f bis r«-al-estate, o f his that He»
Free tourte i» ho cxpcriiwcHf iti
Just beyond the town limits. He
Uin-rivn. Wi'Jyr triert it, ami R
knows that new ««mec» bring new i
riit+’ irt work. Germany tnivrt it, and
i.h-,i . un,I (lust \\ iti. new M ohs an.b „ lH(,. |ü w „ rk
w h v 'm t ,M. , uid(, ,
tbo niDMoy t« p.at thorn ...H
• i ' om , linn
-t tsn‘atiT tvntiv nf wiwt- L
B u sin gs
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C. E. Worthington.
D R Y GOODS A T COST.
Former Offers Fade Away In Oblivion.
lei p* .-iti,
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At <i. I>. Irvine’s is the place to
get your groceries, Independence.
if»--Also Dealers in Ra-d it Barton's Sil
ver and Plated Wiib*. Jewelry, J/usical In
strument* o f all kinds.
Farm s fo r Sale.
Goods will be Sold Cheap.
Rember the place, corner brick store, N IE S «V SMITH,
210 Veres, rood house anil barn, 150 acres
in cultivation, $35 per acre.
.‘IS,"» Acres, jr.... 1 new house and ham, new
orchard, 50 acres in cultivation, good timber
and posture, $11 p- r acre.
¡50 Acres, all g*« si farm land, 100 acres
summerfallnw, good house and ham, good
orchard, $371 I«T acre, it is well located.
IttO Ai r . all in cultivation, pond house ,
and harn, no acre*sumnicrfullow. farm divid
ed int'i three tields, good spring ill each, very
desirable farm, $35 |**-r acre.
313 Acres, p nk I house and ham. t*> acre-
in cultivation, good orchard, s|>lctulid stock
farm, $lo per acre.
All the above farms are choice land and
finely located. Inquiries by mail will receive
prompt attention. We sell and take on com
mission. any properties in Oregon. JAMES
TATOM, Monmouth, Polk county, Oregon.
T atom .
Real Estate and Insurance Agent
B T T Ï T j E K / ,
Druggist and Apothecary.
H ead Q uarters fo r G eneral Merchandise,|
IN D E 1 » ENI > E NUE, < > Il EGO N .
nip<, Chemicals, Book*, Stati*>ncrj-, Toilet
r-ir-I.ivery, 1-Veil and Sale stable. First-class
turnouts, and prie s reasonable. Give 'i- a
rail, north end o f Main Street, 1IERREN *V
ltA b t,, proprietors.
i.IG H T EXPENSES
O n EO o x .
O p en s S ep tem b er 10th.
G ENERAL BLACKSMiTHING.
-Curries at all times a fresh and com plete stock of groceries.—
N O T I O N S ! N O T IO N S ! !
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Al! Normal Craihiutcs receive a Dipionir
from th« State which authorise* them t< >
tcacli in any public «chimi in the State. Otliei
State* p-rant teachers' <-crtili< ate« on preaent*-
ti**u o f tliese Normal Diplomas, witnout ex
Viuudni & H illa rd .
S. J. WATERHOUSES.
Ncrmal, Collegiate, and
•* Do. i general hanking 1 « um no««. Si*|fit
Draft* ou New York, San Francisco or Port-1
I liM*«1. DejMsits received subject to cheek or
on certificates o f de IM isit. ( 'olleetious will
receive prompt -itt
n. Oftiee hours 8 a.
tn. to 5 p. m. Ilali't Hu rfa r Proof Safe, er-
curcd by Yale. Time Lo, k.
„.o n aro!
B U Y Y O U R G R O C E R IE S A T
Oregon State Normal School.
Pojk County Bank.
M O y M O I TM,
Monmouth, - - - Oregon.
Tli<‘ dry goods store F. M. A. will
givo you a bargain if you w ill call
ami soo thorn.
every description, as cheap as the cheapest.
O F cited.
Call and see him .
Y our patronage it
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#> guidi li; «and is’ nt public business
E A P
X j X 'V Z X S T Q - .
^ ^ O o o d table board ia fttrnished t*> *tu-
| dent.« at the “ Normal Pininj; Hull’’ at $1.5C
|>er week. «i*>*•* 1 Imanline in families witii
fnrni*h*'*i ........ fuel and light*. $3.00 to $3.51
—Completed in a—
our own i-or|>or.ito limit«, w Idle our :
tirtcsans, if only they buri our en
couragement, coniti do as well as a n y '
foreign maker or dealer. I,ike thoj
morohaut in tho small town, it is!
probably true that our own arti«t.-
itrp doing licttor than tho foreign
ones. All ho need* is that wo »hall!
buy his w a r«, not di-s-ount them in
tho oye» of tho world by |m»»lng
Even If tho taritr wore a tax, i«‘ »t
it t'ottor to pay tho tax for a while
for tiio same reason that the custom
er in the-m all town patronize« flit* |
homo inon-lmnt? But tho taritf is’ nt !
a tax except to those w ho have toi
pay to get into our market.
It ¡« not a theory; this protection rif!
homo industries. It lia« Iss-n triixl
in the txiuntry at large. Under It'
the gnat -t pmsperity tho world ov- j
or rinnmiod o f has been marie. The
vigorous young city, that ha« out-;
stri|H-<l it- n ighlsir« by its loxalty
to itself diH-s’ nt tldtik o f changing
tho i n > 1 ley that ha« made it gn-at; !
that ban doubled th.* xaluo o f it«
real estate, trebknl it» population, *
A «c t
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
the question has been subintted to
y ; • tli
W e are Selling our Stock
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to I k * conducted on business pnnci-
‘: 11 p
r iv ile g e - , , and
nitri o of f .^s
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Tho condition o )f a natloM i -®o\aot
liv e ry Republican should hitch
ly liko that o f a small town, " Old» enthusiasm to the party engine. .
have a wonriorful goographical liH".t - 1 -pherc is notliing liko coiHvrtetl ac-J
$«aT A Specialty . ’«da
t o n and many national urivrutngcs. tion. Ten moil pulling togetlier can
Iti - Ibr n o* sa> u bother vm - »hull move an obstruction; pulling indi
Shop opposite livery stable, at tho foundry
bo k>) ri to ourw Iv 9 by protecting vidually they can-not stir it.
r win i!i* i-w © -h ill t.iko
o u r tu
Surprising Cash Bargains,
»T. K. Locke,
This sends $1,515 in gold abroad for blankets.
Next in order should be the sending abroad,
I tor torcigli soldiers to make up our army
TCican hire the raff-tag and bog-tail ■f the
IIF.NJA MIX HARRISON,
The mugwumpery o f IP84 in New
York eity has been swept out of
Physician and Surgeon,
From Maine to the < lulf o f Califor
nia, and from Puget Sound to Key
West, there is harmony in the Re Office Main St., next to Vaughn'», Dallas, Or
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publican ranks everywhere, anti
when the party that was unanimous
against slavery, and unanimous
against disruption o f the Union, and
N IE S
S M IT H .
¿hat is unanimous against free trade, ]
Cleveland and his sham r e tW n i-' «.a- Office, Buena Vista, Oregon.‘fe*
when this unanimous ¿(«publican
Party’s turn comes to speak next
JO H N J. D A L Y ,
month, somebody's going to hear:
something worth listening to. It's;
A tto rn e y at L aw ,
a way the unanimous Republican
Will promptly attend e> .ill fcgf.l busimsw
cntrusUxl to him.
The way to break up the Solid j
D A L L A S , OREGON .
South is to elect Harrison and Mor
ton. If Cleveland getsanotlgT term,
W A R R E N T R U IT T , u
Democracy will maintain It» sway.
If llarri'Cki be chosen)■ he young, the
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A tto r n e y a t L aw ,
enterprising, the well constructed, j
the protection, the American voters
D A LLA S, OREGON.
o f the new and progressive South
Will practice In all the court* o f the State.
will be encouraged tO assert them
Office in Court House.
Stv p-N ow f.i your chaqj*«* to get great bargains, In our Dry Goods, p«|
Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hoots and Shoes, Furnishing Good*,
Crockery ami Glassware, department», etc.-«*«
Master Workman Powderly said i
Y e rn o n ,
in an address delivered in New York | B u ster
on February 10,
am a Protec-,
tionist from tiie top o f m y head to!
tin* bottom o f my boots, for two rea - 1
sons—first, because I am a Pensylva-
nian, and second, because I am an
American. I would never vote for | nies, Paints. Oils. Glass anil all other A r
These goods must be sold. SrtrW'c are going to close out our stock,
tides kept in a lirst-cluss th ug .-¿ore.
anything that would tend to degrade I
and parties needing anything in our line will find it to
American labor. 1 am opposed to
their advantage to call and see us.
any meddling with the tariff until
S h ort
Cook stoves furnislic.1 $lfi and higher.
Milk pans DJt eta and higher.
Milk pails ;!.') ct« and higltcr.
Stove |x)li.«li,'» cts and higher.
od ! 'M
'.;i:u \ddiv'*M the PrusitlenO
D. T. S tanley , J/onmouth, Oregon.
Bed Rock Prices,
Best Grade of Goods,
A full line o f T in w are C orrespondingly.
And Fair Dealing
Is Our Motto.
J. E. Jerman,
J erm a n ,
-A ll kind* o f produc«- taken in exchange for poods.-
Nail» :tl ct» jmt pound and liigiicr.
R o ; k > ltd cts per (Muniri and higher.
Hardware, lumber, shingle», tinds, sash, doors, mouldings, etc.
Woven wire and spiral spring matre—e».
FANCY WIRE FENCE.
A munition and fishing tackle.
Agricultural Implements and Farm
Wall pajxw and window shad«*».
Bin! cages, l*nu-k«*ts ami mirrors.
A Good Line o f
F u rn itu re.
Wood Work a Specialty.
M r \\ hile \v«> thank you for pa»t favor« wo a«k a continuance o f vour
Farmers Supply Depot Co.,
C O O P E R k C0N N A W A Y ,
—D E A L E R S IN —
ß &~All charges reasonable.
M ONM OUTH,
Give u? a call.
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
H T'AgenU for Kapp, Burrell A Co.