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Polk County Observer.
PublUiwI Every Saturday.
"Tlie town itf Momnouth i* situated in the
center of the richest )>urt of Folk county,
eight mil--' <•■ >uth o f the county «cut, ]>u!la»,
unJ two atnl one-half miles west o f the thriv
ing town o f luJe|H'iiilcticc, ami contuitM a
tsipulatioii of over 4 xt. The hK'ation is a
Imautiful one, on a rich rolling prairie, ami
for general hc.iUhfulnc.-s, the site is all that
cotiiil lie ilcirc 1. Monmouth otfers many
H'lvantag ■*, and those contemplating any en
terprise . 1 . ■ in\ i t to coni'. • w ith our citizens.
The O bskkv i a will oe read in every township
an 1 at every [xistotli. m the entire county,
ami therefore unexcelled as an advertising
Observer lnur mouths for 5 dots.
H E R E AND U E R E A U O IT S .
Harrison and Morton.
The sidewalks need repair.
J. B. V . Butler went to Portland
Senator Dolph has returned to Ore
Barzee went to Portland
The frame work o f the new water
works at Corvallis is uliout completed
The new hotel w ill bo starttsl as
soon as the material can be had.
Rev. Clyde w ill preach at McCoy
M . H a yter dentist, Dallas.
Miss lluhhurd has charge o f the
N ies A SittUlt ure selling out at coat, j Crowley school.
(io to H enry Patterson Torpedinile
There is considerable sickness re-
| ported about A irlie.
(ien e H ayter for cheap (foods.
Head our new advertisements this
T h e F . M . A . store lias new (foods.
Thos. William s and wife o f A irlie
I were at Portland last week.
L . M. H a ll o f Buena Vista, was
For the liest bargains in ladies and this w ay Wednesday evening.
gents underwear, hats, caps, boots,
Mrs. F. W . Fenton left for her
shoes, line clothing, etc., go to H ay*
home at Lafayette Friday.
Democrats do not seem so unxiou- and nearly breaking Mrs. Carrey’s
They were taken bark to a
Canyon Creek where they
Clerk Coad issued a marriage li-
' oence to an Indian couple from have the best o f care. Dr. Thom p-
-<>ti o f Cm wfontsvillo wa~ called and
; Grande Roumle yesterday.
-ays M D ow ell and son are in a criti-
Joe Hubbard was among us W ed
! ii-al condition and neither are eon-
nesday. H e now receives his mail
cious; Mrs. Carry « i n sit up a little;
at W ells station.
It is thought the boy w ill »lit*. The
Miss Lena Bosworth, theart touch
blood anti wreck in g»‘iieral where
er, lias painted a very fine Cleveland
the accident luippen»*d Is sufficient to
; and Thurman campaign budge for
warn the traveller o f the dangerous
h ill they have to gal ovar, ¡ s i mi-
A s w e g o to press (F rid a y ) w e learn
p irtl«» have
o f the unexpected death o f Mrs. J. met with about the sum* result on
C. Hastings o f A irlie. Shelias boon this hill.
.-'¡••k but a short tim e and died sud
Wliut tin* Canton, Mo., AY ¡tvt lias
denly Fritlay morning.
to say o f Prof. T. V. (AimpbelPs
Born to the w ife o f Graham Glass work: “ W e are gla< © to note that
o f the Y am h ill Reporter Oct. IS, ’ s‘\ Christian Fniversity is still receiv
a son. A ll doing well.
ing new students every week,.in.i up
Eld. P. X . Nystrom w ill reside at to this tim e there tin* mart* paying*
Fojest Grovt*this winter, l i “*le a v »- scholars than during tin* whole o f
last term. 1're-. C mi !>« ¡¿lias p r o w l
for that place this week.
A nm ol entertainment w ill be g iv himself “ the rtoht man in the right
en at the chapel this evening (Satur place,” and Is winning golden opin
day) 7:-in. A ll are invited to attend ions every day. The Students are
or lerly an I quiet and by t heir* de
and a good time insured. Free.
Pres* Holman lost one o f his be-t meanor have won the esteem o f our
citizens. IuJ'x*d, every one is pleas
horses liest Saturday by it gettin g)
«iu gh t in tin* barbed wiretu\«l break ed thus far with tli .-i.iiu o 'a ffair-,
and tlu* fttlure c. rtainly l.o k* bright
ing its leg. l i e hud to kill it. Also,
Mr. Drmvn o f Dallas had to kill one o f
■■ - ■ - ♦ ♦
his horses by breaking its Jog on the
It KS P(> N D E N <' E.
Goo. K e lty and Miss Deo Plnn-
to bet as they were a few months ap* hack.
“ W e art* not free traders.” —
F o r tine watch work go to U. X.
Grant at 11. It. Patter-ou’s.
Kpectaeles properly tocussod and
Frank Holman who has licen very
accurately fitted at Henry Patterson’s. sick with fever is now getting well.«
E v e ry pair warranted. N o tit, no
Th e F. M. A . store have as cheap
line o f general merchandise as can
F. Y . Mulkey returned from the
be found any where.
kington, o f McCoy, were married on
Students w ill remember they can
The public school o f Corvallis lias last Wednesday. They*spont a few.
get first-ela— photograph work done
days at the Mechanics fair and re
an attendance 240 pupils..
at M . 1). E llis’ Dallas.
turned home to go to house keeping.
E. lla y ter's is the place to buy all
W e extend best wishes.
the latest styles o f dress goods; line business at Spokane Falls.
stock just received.
Dr. A . F. linker recently from
Street corner political discussions
Missouri, has located in Dallas.
Paints, oils, varnishes, et;*., at tire growing quite warm.
The Dr. Is a graduate o f the Iowa
Our village schools are said to be
university medicine department,al
H en ry Patterson lias just received progressing tinely.
so the medical department o f Kansas
a new stock o f all tin* latest novelties
W righ t Smith o f Lew isville, «d ie d City university, besides he lists pass
in the jew elry line. No old goods in
Drop in and examine Wednesday.
ed examination and holds certificates
A fter election Thanksgiving day. from the state board o f health* o f Io
Connoway >V Cooper hardware Republicans w ill enjoy it.
wa and Missouri.
11c has had 12
men, 1 ndependenee.
A car load o f emigrants with bag years practice and w ill succeed Dr.
X eis tit Smith are offering their
gage was unloaded at Independent* ■ W orthington. His fam ily arrived
Go to Vaughns, Dallas the leading
Frank Butler, C o v n t v S c u v k y o u
H en ry Patterson is not behind new sidewalk in front o f her prop leveler, valuer and auctioneer; postal
address, Dallas, P olk county, Oregon.
w ith a line line o f jew elry.
Specifications, estimates, plans and
Fenton A Tru itt have received
The prospect is now that Mon
their new dress goods and now have mouth w ill have a new livery stable. drawings o f dwellings, barns, bridges,
excavation, earth w ork and brick
the best assortment in the county;
consisting o f tli " newest shades and
Hon. J. B. Stump o f Salem and work furnished. W ill attend in Dal
prices to suit every body.
Sol Stump o f Suver were on our las on Wednesday and Thursday in
The Farmers Supply Depot Com streets Friday.
each county court week. < Mix« at
pany w ill in the future collect till
the court house.
(tills strict ly ¡it t ho end o f every month
unless special contract are otherwise. short stay with her sister at Yaquinn
A pet deer belonging to John Rob
ins, who lives west o f Dallas, got oil
Goodman A Doiity have just re City, Tuesday.
ceived, direct from Chicago, flit1 finest
Mrs. H ow ell is having her well tlie “ war path” last Saturday, and
line o f Cutlery every brought to In
clown deeper. The well-borers came near using up a neighbor who
dependence. Don’ t fail to call and
o f Inileiiendence are doing the work. had occasion to cross its park. It
exam ine the stock.
tore almost all bis clothes off him
The Bridgeport Republican Club
Thousands o f ladies s.iv it is the
scratched him considerable.
liest they ever used. They mean the is wide awake. I t holds its regular
W h ite low in g machines—you w ill meetings every Saturday evening.
Last Sunday night the residence o f
find them at Duster A Vernons, In
Dr. Poole o f McCoy, lias purchased G. E. Logon on the Davidson place
the property o f Dr. W orlhington at near Buena Vista was entered by
Crider brothers o f Dallas have 20,-
burglars and $10 or $50 taken from
000 shakes for sale cheap.
Cashier Ellis and J. Shultz are hav the pockets o f Logan. On suspicion
Paints, Oils, Varnish at I I . It. Pat
ing their residences neatly painted James DeBord was arrested w hile
on his w ay to Portland, for the theft,
N o trouble to show you our goods— at Dallas.
but evidence win noi sufficient and
Bear and panthers are bothering
Shelly & Vanduyn.
he was released.
Fenton & Truitt have received stock back in the hills. These ani
Robt. Maher, a U . S. prisoner o f
their new stock o f fall goods, and cull mals arc* numerous this fall.
Salem, was pardoned by President
special attention to their D ress goods
Ed Clark a solid farmer o f D ixie Cleveland on Wednesday. Maher
department which is the most com
was here Friday. H e says the far was a private in Co. I). 2nd infantry
plete o f any in the county.
E. H ayter now lnva the neatest gen mers o f his neighborhood have alniut stationed at C«*ur d ’ A len e and was
eral merchandise store in Polk coun all finished their fail ft«d in g.
courtmartialed and sentenced to pri
t y and he w ill not lie undersold. Call
Jas, Tatom, the popular insurance son for 7 years on a charge o f burglary
and see for yourself.
and real estate man came up from robbery and absence without leave
Tilt* straight up-and-up store-keep Portland last Saturday.
H e now in 1885. President Cleveland exer
ers—Shell ly and Vanduyn, Indepen
has lots in west Portland addition cised his power on the ground that
the evidence o f conviction was con
Farmers wanting to buy a fall bill for sale.
John and Silas Riggs o f Ballston flicting.
w ill save m oney by buying goods o f
Fenton A Truitt, Dallas.
Geo. M. Beeler, special agent and
and their wives, who are in the east
flA’e natjie lbr you way down prices visiting arc* expected to return soon. adjuster, State Insurant« Company,
on all our general merchandise. G ive
A . N . Hal leek is kept busy haul Salem, made us a pleasant call on
us a call. Shelly A Vanduyn, Indc-
ing passengers from this place ¡aid Thursday evening. W e are glad to
note Gao. as a successful insurance!
E. Hayter B t ia a specialty of Independence.
man, the more so, because he is a
Mr. Roys and w ife o f Albany, are
silks, satins, plushes, velvets and m
fact all kinds o f fancy goods. R em visiting their relatives H . M. W a l Monmouth boy, born and raised here
em tier that all the goods in his stock ler’s this week. Mr. Roys is a printer H e w ill locate an agent her»* to rep
resent that well-known and already
are new and o f best styles.
and the O b s e r v e r acknowledges a
A ll orders sent Fenton A Truitt by pleasant call.
m ail w ill receive prompt and careful
The rejlftbllcans o f Bridgeport,
The house o f L. Lemon used as a j
attention; goods sent By return mail.
than whom none are more enthusi
W ood taken in exchange for goods sm ote house and place to render! astic or patriotic, have completed ar-
lard back of his bnteher shop in j
at the Farmers Supply depot.
rangenmnts for a big rally there Sat
Independence was burned Thursday j
It don’t make any difference, it is
urday X»>v. 3rd. One o f the*speak
I t was with considerable
a fact vou ean get the liest gtjods, anti
ers o f the occasion w ill be Hon.
the fin* company and hose*
at the best baoguin at/, k . \ aughn s
Warren Truitt, w ho has a w ide
used at the shop that the market
spread reputation as an effective and
Students in want o f anything in was saved, i/oss but slight.
interesting orator. Tin* Bridgeport
the Dry goods lines, a ¡11-aye moncj
The Polk County Land Company people are counting on having a big
by buying o f Fenton A I m itt, Dallas are now prepared for business. I).
time, and when the republicans o f
Mrs. LaRansieurCity Bazaar
W . Sears, secretary, at McCoy, or F. that enterprising burg expect to
Independence, has a nice lot
A . Patterson, Independence, w ill have a liv e ly tim e they never fail.
o f ladies muslin underwear, lmsiery,
y information wanted, address Good music w ill be furnished by tlit?
gloves, niit-. collars, cuffs; gentsntvk
wear, handkerchiefs, socks; also, sta them at their respective poatoffleea. Glee Club.
tionery, tiooks, croquet sets, notions
The following articles o f incorpor
A letter from W . E. Dalton from
Innumerable. Call before purchas
ation were filed with secretary o f state Mountain Hom e in the Cascades,
this wee k o f The Christian Mlasiona-1 says him and party are getting along
ry Convention o f Oregon; incorpor-1 nicely. H e gives »juite a sad account
H heat a pootl Price.
I). M. Doty, P. R. Burnett, J. j o f a serious runaway that happei.'xl
A ll parti«* indebted to the I M. A. Sturt'
arc requested t< > settle their aeeount* imme W . Coles, H . A . Johnson, and I I . C. i in the mountains as follows:
diately. Wheat is a P" »l price and there is
Porter; estimated value o f property, | M cDowel in company with s»>ni**
.no excuse for vou to delay -‘ ttlenient.
Farmers Mercantile AwocUUon.
$1,000, and the source o f revenue i s 1 other jmrties on their w ay to Har
from gifts and donations.
ney V a lle y , w h ile going down a
A private telegraph line has been mountain the brake gave way which
caused the team to run away. Th ey
Boys and G irls to buy Schojil Books put up from Drs. I*ee A Butler’s o f - .
Hce Independence to J. B. V . Bn ler’s ran some distance when m aking a
at C h a ra n w ’ Inai*p6nclt%
residence at this place. It will be a curve the tsittom <*f the h ill the
o f convenience to all concerned wheel struck a log aw l upset the wa
Students when in want o f gotids
any kind, go to Fenton A Truitt s.
A fre«h supply o f groceries at J. I). gon over a grade o f nlsiut 2n feet
knocking Mr. D. and son sensei» -*,
in e ’s.
Goodman A Doutv, Independence.
W A N T E D . 5000.
D. Whitm an Fritlay. Where is our road lH“tw ««n Dallas and Syracuse,
republican s|M*akers, I presume look m ar T. CamplieH’s; apply there.
ing after mort* »loubtful points than
— K in CultU.s.
»>1.1 P o lk .
J. R. Cm>|ier has «n it meted fo ra
large quantity o f wood and tin* par
ties w ill eomuiene»* cutting as soon
as poi-ible. It is Ids intention to run
two brick yards next season, one at
Monmouth and bis old »me at this
place, lie bellves tin*coiiitciiiplat<*d
Improvements in botli towns w ill
ju stify him in m aking preparations
for the manufacture o f at least one
m illion brick next summer.
Real estate transactions have U vn
quite numerous the past week and
property is advancing at a rapid rate
Warren Cr>—» y and fam ily o f .New
port arrived iter»* Thur-duy.
Mrs. Belle Ko— o f Portland is here
on a visit to her father, I I . Foster.
\V. C. Russell o f north Indepen
dence lias ent. ri*d into partiu r-hip
with H enry Crow in tlie butcher
Coiisiautlne Houck took a trip to
Salem Tuesday. (M ore marring»*
< 'n|>t. Springer had tlie misfortune
to “_rct lii* right band hurt lust week
while sawing w « kk I with a circular
-aw . It «m *e»l him gr»‘at sutr»“ring,
but at last accounts it was doing as
well as etiultl be exiavtctl.
A daughter o f Mrs. W iggins o f this
plaec, who liv»“s iie»ir Dayton, left
tier six months old hal>e in a »“iiair,
and was out o f the room for a short
time, when an older child gave the
alarm s)u‘ ran and found tlx* little
babe lyin g on tlu* fire in the fir»!
}>la<«._ It was terribly burned and it
is dountftil alNHit it recovering.
Dr. Doty and wife, and daughter
Lilli»*, spont Saturday and Sunday
last at Perrydale, tit»* Dr. filling bis
regular appointment thereon Sunday.
( h'o. K elty , o f Bethel, was married
to Miss Del Planhingtoii last W « l -
iu*sday at the resident« o f l>r. I>. M.
Doty, who Itatl tlu- plwisureof mak
ing the tw o hearts one. The happy
couple went to Portland on tlie aiter-
noon train. May p»-.te»‘ and [>rosjK“r-
ity attend them through life.
The hotel gi. • /» g ud o nlng Tin* quarterly conference o f tlie
Meth««list elmreii was held here last
Dr. A. i '. i'..
ami '• n ily o f Sat nr« lay and Sunday, (ju ite ¡i tium-
Missouri, has lo ■; • i le ■ and w ill I ht o f p»*rsoiis from abroiul w as in at-
I t l i " prael
. I > . IS o ijh iQ g - tenduncc.
t• m. W e w elcome them among us.
A very plea-ant sociu! dance was
had at tJie city hall last Friday night
Mi-s Bri«*dwell, o f A m ity entered
The new office o f Judge Daly is school on Tuesday.
com pietist ah'! is a cozy building.
T lie b«tu r»“ »le liv e m l b y Prof.
Tin* fam ily o f Lata W illiam s left
o f Corvallis, at tin* eluipel on
Dallas Wednesday for Moscow, L T.,
when* he luts -»«tired the lucrative last Friday evening was greatly ap
pn-ition o f book-keeper for tin* firm preciated by the students. In fact
o f McComiel A ( ’o.
the entire audience was high ly en
Dr. Smitli of Sal» in, was over last terta in «!. Prof, Hull w ill probably
make another visit in tlu* ni'ar fu
A. V. R. Snyder o f tin* Astoria
ture w lx ti w»“ w ill no doubt enjoy
Transcript is calling among us.
another rich treat from his “ chalk
There has been «nisiderabb* house
painting o f late as the weather would talk.”
permit. A . J. M artin our painter
A number o f both teachers and
and paper hanger, is as goo»l ¡is «in students attended the Teachers Ass
be found in the state, whieli his work
ociation ¡it Dallas on Saturday.
in Dallas will show.
Hon. J . l ) . L » « o f Dallas, vislftxl
J.*F. Fuuikerburg, a former resi
dent o f Lew isville, but now of Estes
\V. 'I'., i.- here visiting relative* and
Stephen Allcnbaugh o f D iliev hu-
rentedthe Davitl W hitm kcr house
and w ill move his fam ily here to en
gage in tlie business o f buying coun
try produce for tlu* Portland market.
Postinastof Smith o f Lew isville,
was in town Tuesday.
J. I., Stockton went to Portland,
The Athletics are very busy pre
( >tlio W illiam s w ill open out a first
Tuesday to purchase goods, l i e w ill
open under tlu* new opera house, class tailoring establishment here.
paring for their contest one w eek
with on»* of tlu* largest stocks o f good
Dr. Worthington lias shipped his from to-day.
ever earried in Poll* county.
goods to Moscow, liis wife visiting
Phillips sp»qit a few days at tho
late o f New York friends in the north part of «u n ity
I tlu* Dr. is settling It is business Mechanics fair this week.
City, arrived here la-t week ¡u
liew and f before going to that place.
pan led by bis brother, nephew
Tin* clause* in shorthand and Ger.
their families. Nine more families
Dentist Hayter is « “covering from man ar»' making rapid progress.
are expected to arrive every day, it two w i«k s -eige o f remittent lever,
Mrs. J. W . Small o f W alla W alla,
they having started from th<*ca-t * ’it and w ill beable in a few days to re
tlie 20 th o f tills month. When ¡ill sume oifico duties.
who is visiting her father W in. Daw
have arrived they w ill determine
Mark Ellis hits sold his photograph son, a tten d «! chapel exercises Tues
what business to engage in. it i- business to Mr. Collins, who w ill I
probable they w ill creel a steam grist conduct it at the same stand.
m ill h«*re. He brought a car load o f
< >nr school < are flourishing and in- j Mis Emma Tharp v is it « l her home
groceries, which he propose , to sell
atten ian«“»“. Miss Maddox at Suver on Sunday.
to tlie trade in job lots. For tlie pres
class o f musical stuilonts. !
ent be w ill occupy the -lore room on
the corn»*rof Monmouth and railroad She i- an excellent instructor and
North Y a m h ill.
streets. These gentlemen have ample her class w ill make rapid programs.
It is rumore.1 that there is $5(Ki in! Miss Rose Haines has retu rn «!
capital, energy and bu ini .-■» cstiucity
T o iln* MommUith Gi>si:uvi'.:; is dm* the bank that is ready to I k put up ! from Portland, where «he has ! k « ii
the credit o f havinglieen tlie indirect that Cleveland w ill succeed hnnseif | learning dressmaking.
means o f attracting this valuable ad in the presidential chair; hut we | (jn ite a number o f our citizens at
dition to our population, through an doubt not ii is all rumor, for if it wen tended tlx* fair in Portland tttis
item which appeared in your ¡¡lijier known it would be taken in.
Married at the residence o f tlie
Miss M ary Haguod is visiting at
brides father seven miles west o f
Last Fritlay Judge Hurley attorn Salem.
this place, Get. 21st Mr. C. Pervineto
ey at law o f Lafayette, mirclmscd the
Miss Lizzie Russell. A . D. Runnels
Isaac Btiti»*r lots on main street, con
Satnnl y morning
he had lumber on the ground and a
There is some talk o f a picket, shin friends were present, a fine dinner
mason laving the foundation o f a gk and board m ill being placed on or was served and a pleasant tim e was
1 his 1 ii (* ss hou.-t* and law office. In the near J. D. L t « ’s mountain land on enjoyed by all
spring In* w ill have built several the other side o f the Luckiumute on
Frank Bed well and John Bunn
more business houses o f brick. Tin* Iho Brown creek.
have l«ven up in the mountain* for a
Judge is full o f energy. V erily, verily
At our Pleasant V alley school week bringing their cattle out for
tlie boom goes Mi. T lie sic nrnc/c.i of
lion «“ the Republican club hold a tiie winter.
last spring are now silent uixmt our
Hurrah for Harrison and Morton.
meeting last Saturday, but wo have
prophecies ihat Inde|K'iidt'tie»> wits on
not learned what was done then*.
the eve o f a substantial boom.
M y last w eek’s items were not in-
Hugh Estes, who has licen vi-itin g s«*rted. Mr. «slitor wore they not up
were issue«! this week to
with relatives here for tlie last thre ■
to tlie high standard o f tlx* O hhkh - Emina tìeorge mul Juke Honey; 8. E. Yo
weeks, for his h»,.ne at Estes, W . T.,
vi:n or how? JTlu*y did not reach us
this week. H e left Ids compliments Till this Ttu- lay. Tlx* mails are now cum and mid Clara Alfrey; Lira C. (¡nrdner
and subscript ion for the On-KP.VKit. «irrieil by Ch-vehtnd’s reform ad- to George Howe; ull of I’olk county.
Last Sunday w hile the plasterers tninistnitioii, and you should nt>t ex-
at work oil tlu* opera lion-»*, on M-fthe peet prompt delivery. |
trestles gave way, failing to tilt* floor
Mu. E d it o h .— I s tiu*r»! an ordin-
Mrs. SbKldaril inis l* «n paying
Dents,De-crt wifs sever- ly hurt in visits to her neighbors around; iier
a n « “ against shooting off tin* arms In
tlie side. Sam Stroup, ankle sprained health is much im proved.
th»* corporate lim its o f this city? I f
and W . N. ( 'ox hand .-lightly bruised.
Mr. Martin o f Boner Kraut has so, would respectfully call tho att»*u-
They fell a distant« o f 1- met and
were fortunate it was no more s riou - stai't«“d n new t»iiip «l buggy—truly tion o f tlx* powers that be, to the
our canyon dwellers are launching
They were badly scared however.
nearly daily practice o f target and
out regardless o f exp« use.
Last Saturday Warren Cre -ey o f
careless use «»/ lire arms in tlie most
Newport iMiught o f It. It. Parrish hi*
residon»«, «A s id t«¡itio n ¡sj,.*,!to. s ix land A Co., is this day »(¡solved by frequented porta o f town to tho <‘ii-
weeks ago an offer o f more than £K>on mutual »'(¡ti- lit. A ll debts due to the dungering o f life and property o f tho
could not be had for this property. firm w ill be prom ptly collected by citizens.
The fam ily w ill m ove next week'. both partners and those whom tlx*
firm owe- are noflfi» <1 that neither is
l)r. E. L. Kctchum is having the
dangurous and unsightly ditch in responsible for any <lel«t tlie other or i F> 8< Riirzis* is bringing on now
liiin-« «I may have contracted, so its
everv day. Call and s »« bis
front o f his property »covered up.
no i i -“' to d u n .
| line o f wall paper, w indow blinds
W m . W heeler went to Portland
< i. W . ( Jartlner’s new house is now etc
Tuesday to lay in ¡t stock o f goods
| just eomplet« d. It is a very elegant
N. II. Butler basali kinds o f ina
W . S. Elkins o f Dallas, has rented and eommodious stnietiire and f»'W
tin* Gw*. Belt house and will niov» r»*si»lenees in the precinct go aliead cidii»“ oils. ('¡dl atnl s t« hiiu before
liis fam ily here and engage in tin i.f it in style and comfort. Mat Glaze purchasing elsewhere.
manufacture o f his w ire slot fen«“«*.
provided him w ltha plentiful supply
Purtb-s having sitle-walks to build
J. R. (tooiier is lm ving tlu r«s»f o f o f well water at a depth o f soint! 12 or repair w ill please attend to it ini-
the Gem -aloon reshingl»*»!.
niediately nixl save <“ost.—A . N .
Cnele Dave Guthrie’s sheep are H alleek, marshal.
Last W fshn-day a tntmp came to
town andefter N ggin g money and still to !»«• seen scattered around. H o
54 «lifferent kinds o f «in d ies at J.
clothing o f several citizens glided won’ t — w«* are told think it worth \V. Daw m i ’s.
softly into Lew is K »“l-*o’- st(»p' and hi-* w hile to gather them up unless
Hors»« shoeing, now sh»H*s $1.50;
w hile tlu* cl» rk, was engatr' ¡1 waiting Harrison und Morton art» «“looted.
tting shoes till around $.80; plow
Dll ¡1 U dKRi til
W in. Chapin is m ovin g his house
he helpe I hints, if
- m( nf clotlu > hold effects from M cM innvillo and sharpening w ithout cutter $.2n and
and walked off w ith them unnotiee»! inU‘nds to r»-*ide in th»1 future on his all otlx r work in projxirtion. Oak
by the clerk. He un»l»*rt»K»k to pan property «•!«>-»• bv wo welcome him eoiipliiig put in for i l , oak bars etieh
them off at several place- anti finally b >'k, be b:is fali»*! to find a Is-tter $1. at C. Iainktree’s Monmouth ut
the old stand.
at th e ! itv Hotel where ¡i «u iiiiier- pltu« than “ Gi«l I’o lk ” after all.
Mrs. M. K . LftRansieur ke<‘ps al-
eial tmv**ller, who had listened to bis
J. Parrot Nieh»»ls moves to tlie old
contradictory storms charged him I,»-“ bouse, m > w«“ are gainer* as w«* ways on hand a fine st»x‘k o f s«‘l»«t
with stealing them. b»‘ tb»‘in to<>k tb» not wi-h to !«)“<• Parrot’s pleasant g»ssls.
the private ninrksoftho clotItingand fae«“ and cheerful conversation.
J. W . Dawson has school books and
visit»sl the different stoP'snnd routul
Bertie .Sprague lias gone to his stationary cheap.
they ltittl Is'cn taken from Kelso’-.
H** was promptly ¡«rr« s t « l oti»l taken mother at Fort Drummond; h<< lias
School Insiks ut ChamnesB’ .
Is-for«* Justits* Butler, where be plead Is*»*n with us nearly six year-.
W ea r»“ all sick o f digging potato4*s. j
guilty and was held to answer before
tin* next gram! Jury. Everyone is
< K'tobcr 20th.
•if the opinh n he took the cloth«'* for
ids hops to
the purpose »>f getting his iKmril.
A n y one having f«**l they want
W illiam Elkins, the drayman, hn*
ly to do it
T lie Pleasant V a lley grange holds <“h»>pped
lopped w ill find i in»* nnuly
bought the Lem on’« projmrty in
it- n gular nx « ting on Saturday 27th. for them in the ls>st an« I Í u
m ill shuts
Cnele Ruble is im proving his place bape, Come before the
Tlu 1 following sj»eakers( are announ- right smart.
dow n.— Frank Collins, Monmouth,
ee<l to addrcHs lb*' [ssipleof our town
from a democratic view: E. L. Skii>-
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worth next Satunlay night, Mon. .».
A virl- bat was found in tlx- bill W ill serve you w ell.
K . Wentiu rfonl on next Moutlay, J.