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About Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1888)
P a ll!»».
R. L. Williams o f Airlie, was here , Bury the enutker out in the woods
- -hoot lias-tings in one minute in
The fiillowing li»t of jurors bave I si i i Thuns lay.
in a bcjiutiful hole In the ground,
Publlslictl Every Saturila).
In ch ' Ed. Ikiaslimutto is still very Haael lK'll timii the r»*»t ofth«» eoun-
drawn tor the IK sv iii I mt terni of Cirvuit
, ty* provides p«*r annum. Where
This is good weather for repair where the Mfoodpeeker peck- and tin- low.
“ Tin1 town of Monili nuli i» situate UrTthe > <HUt tor tin* yenr 1 MM|
humble bee hunts anti the straddle
Janie* Tntoni o f Monmouth, was «wery man is a lawyer unto hims«*lf
«¡enter of the riclieat part of l'ullt county ! C ■ i, \ r|¡,.
IVter Ciuik. Indetteti'
right iniles - mtli of tlio e.iitnty «,-n,
must lx* debut«*. May the bridge
h l Holter, Suver,
A S |,„'ke.
H. F. Mason of Syracuse, visited hug straddles around. They are no soon on our -trisis lust Saturday*.
air l IW' tun! mie-hulf mitin w¿*t of tin- thriv " I* IrPiaml, M.nio’th J il • ’ollim,
l’ rof. (its). A . Feebli*- o f M aloti which will soon unit«* our two »s*m-
ing town of ! ll'li'|*n,l<li(V Ulli! o>nt;iiiis a J V 1 hlliiels InileiH-n' H W Harris, palla» ids brother, l>r. 1. T. Mastín at Sa
numltics U* a bond of union U'twoen
population of over 4 h . i i»c locution j., ;i Jylin Kiitre. Hu Vista Isaac la'vin».
»•ounty, wa* in town Tuesday.
lem last Friday.
beautiful one, on a rich rolling prairie, an,I 1- is Howell, Monmo'th K lluy ter,
u- stronger tiuin tin* handcuflk o f
want the whole earth and all of its
B. L. ('ollins has moved into liis
fur general hcalthfuInc-M the >iie ¡» all that
A. S. H ill, teacher of the Bridge
■I A Itaxter,
their stalwart eonstabh* or tin* chain
Could !>e desired. Monmouth otte in unir, s K i 'rowdev, Hi vie
\\ Ernst; Hriilr'i' ,rt port school, reports a pleasant work erust and the stars that shine over new photograph gallery, next door
o f tlaflr isninty sorvevor.-HiuCultus
mlvuiltrg», and tli we l oiitemplutiii.; am ,ii- Judina Mrlianiel „
Then hustle them to the
I! ih.'rt linint
to Vaughn’ s jew elry *t>»re.
terpri-e are iiivl**sl toeoiifer with n.. . t,/.en J II Bureh,
Il .1 Uutler, Mmi th and an attendane«* o f HO seholars.
file « >11 1 HV Kit •Vili lie n .1 I in «Vt'l'V ! vigilili .lohn I tslsirne.
Il • ' Mi rim ili» l.ew
John I .a Blanc, general agent of tin*
John M. Parry, o f Syracuse, this tleep in the ground, they are no u-e
und ai every pillottil e in tin entire roiuuv, ( ’ A Miller,
Il llyerly. Hallstoii
county participad*! in the republican to us here, get them out o f the way Home Mutual Lift* lnsuramv Co., o f
mid therefore unexcelled as an advertising Frank l*iwt. McCoy
Items (xxuslotiaHy tixiiate for put»-
John t ainplM'll, „
T J tiravi»,
J M Slmile, l.i ileii|ti jubilee at Saleut last Saturday.
I teat ion.
ami make room for men thaf art- New York, i- in tow'll tliis wvek.
A M Holms
I. Li vera lori- i*er itale
The republican demonstration on
Rev. F’ . Dillard Holman, late o f
Nat Holman of Hallas, lost one of sound. E x.—
The Observer four mouths for ó Gets.
visited hen* Tuesday and
liis fa^irite horses “ old Bill” last
Now the politieui excitement is
H ills A llo w e d .
F\ R. Neal has movisi to McCoy,
Tracy Staat o f Lewisville who has vote itself entirely to the lnten*st <w
o Music wa- furnished by the
The rnilnty emirt convened at Palla» last
M. Hay ter «lent ist, Dallas.
‘-6 i»* plenty o f hurmliing for w lu*re he will remain during tlio
Thursday allowed the following hills:
pecn attending school here is inipov- Polk county, it w ill give ail the 1«
son by th«* crowd.
l’> \S agniin, teaming
Nit** A Smith aresellingout nt cost.
ing now from a severe attack o f ty- cal news every w«s'k and -ueh o f tin
J . !., v. ; » ...Hit \ Murk
.> , XI
Alxxit i^500 was let at MeC«»y on
fio to Henry Fattcr-on foriierfmue
general events as will lie o f interest
Il II s* John, Met 'ov bridges
ins 7(i plioid fever.
the «-lection. Some lengtliy fius«« are
(«ent1 I lay ter for clump gnoil-.
I S l ’owell, road work
l * i as
are rejoicing to hear the whistles and price places it within the reach of more o f our too exasperated |K'dago- now s»s'ii on the streets iKsnsioually'.
I- M A ( 'o., nails
Itomi our new advertisements this
Mi-.» W hite o f Harrlsliurg, arrived
\\ M Shewey, wood
H off see the steamers plowing up and I every one, and we ho|x* to place cv- giu* tied (iieir way to that place, I hey
Prc-c *tt «V: \*ciless, Ium)>cr
will find it a little more difficult to Monday and is touching in tin* pub
The F\ M. A. store has new goods.
H M <iillicrt. liriiljrcs
lic school at tiiis pirns'.
A. W. Lucas is now in very poor ! I’ reaent indications art* that our ex- burn out than heretofore.
1» <’ IViitlund, utlvcrtisiiiy;
For the best luti-fra ins ¡n ladies and
*M5 real, lvpciirin^ bridgj
Tin- family o f Mr. Itavi* arrivisi
(Tents underwear, hats, cap.-, hoots,
1' 1« M c U iip I i , I uiii I ht
shot's, tine elothiiijr, etc., go to Hay*
The papers are now litisy fixing up
A hold bad mail carelessly criti- eises o f the Academy took place oil from Kaii-as Monday. 1 ie lias rent
K ( Pent laud, printing
:i « mi
ter’s 1 »alias.
< r*«1 Hr«is, sundry sujiplic*
Gcneral Harrisons ealilnet.
cim'd a Laly’s bustle, not in the luiir- Friday o f last week. Tin* programme ed land near liere and will make liis
.1 < I. *wis, I uih I nt
For line watch work go to*l\ N.
Kansas the banner state. The r e -[ ing however. t A champion o f the consisted of muling- and dtrlama- horn«* among us.
1 -V Farley, luinher
Grant at 11. 11. Patterson's.
« >ur pris'inet cast 12 vote* for Gen.
1» 1 'I- I.inch, servie s
20 i hi
publican plurality is 82,000.
I fair sex promptly retorted, says an tion- on the general subject, “ moun
I j Wells, services
Harrison, (0 for Grover ( 'U'veland,
Spectacles properly toenssed and
I>an Syron, wi»rk
and II for Gen. F’ isk. F'Jts'tlon pass-
accurately fitti-« I at Henry Patterson’s.
.1 L Illin^swoitli, road work
Buesday. Gene is a rustling mer for the Lord’s sake. A man has no friends w ere present. The Academy
Every, pair warranted.' No lit, no < » ojhti V: Connaway. road plows ito 7A
right to criticise the wearing appar h ; a larg. r atu-nfflamv than usual ed off quietly.
chant o f Dallas.
l ia S Smith, sundries
o f a lady. Let them wear any- tillsyearandall aredoing goixl work. . Mattie Murnett o f Corvallis, visit
< |»it:il luiid'emi;: ( oinpany
0 (Nl ! A protracted meeting under the
'J’ he F. M A. store have a cheap
ing ri'latives In re.
.1 <' Uwis, I uiii I ht
i s 20
Theoilleial count o f the Folk coun-
leadership o f Rev. Berry is being ¡ *Ling—any way Bnywhere,—it- no
line of general luereluuidise as can
Film me I lay ter, cloth
Gisi. Kelty and wife have I hx * o iiio
l ’arley «V ('«» 0
lie found any where.
conducted at tlio Ciiristian eliureh busi ness o f yours, besides, if they iy vote*give tiu* Republicans, 785; residents of our town.
< _rori Pottery < 'o. tiling
Student- will remember they can
athiM week. Plie attendance is repor were to wear hustles as large ns Democrats, 72’>; Frohihitionisls, 71.
T 1» 1 low ell, work on jiiil
Fro-. Stanley l(S'tur«HÌ at the church
flour-barrels, or small as hat l»«>\es, Republican plurality, •'><!.
get ttrst-chi.— photograph work done
<’ It FarU-y, hauling pile driver
at M. H. Ellis’ Dallas.
K « ’ Petitl.’ind. udvertiMii^
; you would worship t ic dear creat
Mr-. J >hn Grant was at Monmouth
Don’t for get tlie Ladies Aid socia- ¡
A K Wilson, hlank 1 >«»<»k.s
E. lin y ter’s is the place to buy all
ures, just the same.
* > \\ Mciiec, services
hie they nre preparing to make tilings
the latest styles of tires- goods; line
Fanil tk Cosj>er, seruj»er
The elect ion ix'ts art* all paid off.
stock just received.
I llevnolds, salary
There i- talk o f laiililiiig a now
II M Lines, justice ices
The resilience of Geo. Belt at Inde j on its second tArm for this session on
Election Is'ts ar** all paid.
Faints, oils, varnishes, etc., at
*) S Hohannon, eotistnhle fees
eliureh here. Tliis move
pendence, «im e near being destroy-
«•rats with long faces.
W V Wash, printing
will la* me; with, by favor o f our I
' ed by lire Thusday morning, by I has been large and the present term
Henry Fatter-on has just received
townnm a, and wt* trust it will l»e \ School closes in alKiut two moro
a new stock o f all the latest novelties
catching tire from a defective flue.
weeks with a grand entertainment.
in the jewelry line. N<> old goods i-i
The official count- of Folk county
W e will giv«- the programme in our
liis stock. Drop in and examine
Th -social dances at the city' hall
vote was made Tuesdav hv County for the < HisnuvKH from now till 1st | school is all harmonious and the -tu-
j dents doing good wo/k, with ««u-h Saturday evenings are bc-oming
Clerk (bail, Justices Ft ■rei val and Jan. 18‘jo. Send in your name.
11. Brinkley, oneof our «l«*m<x*rats,
(tonnownv A- Cooper hardware
| interest «si in the welfare and ad «piite popular.
Frink. It resulted as follows:
i-acquainted with Frvsident «“lis-t
Considerable wheat has lieen sold vancement o f every one. The Ath
The mill dam above the city has
Rep. 1 >elll. Pro. at Parker Station, this county, for
Harrison mid cast his vote for him.
Neis A Smith are offering their i Kiughis
letic association and the literary so been completed the race has been wid
Ask W . E. Dalton aliout tiio lioots
7(k-ts. jicr hii-diel.
cieties are all organized with lll- ened and deepened, a new flume has |
he bet veitli Mr. B.
•> The population at the Oregon in- creased numliers and interest,
(lo to Vaughns, Dallas the leading Salt Lake
A been built at the mills to supply I
The qu«‘sti«m for debate next Sat-
14 sine asylum is increasing at an ! great amount o f work is being He power to No l'-»m :!l, and soon Dal
4 alarming rate; The number is now eomplislicd by the school.
urday evening is “ B*‘solv«sl that u
Henry Patterson is not behind Lola
1 »i x ie
college education is necessary,” with
witha line line of jewelry.
5 up to tlx- “ high water mark” o f 520.
The following iini<|iie advertising ard flour.
Fenton A- Truitt have received Monn;, with
( hie day’s si -sioti of county ttmrt I J. A. Staats mid il. M. Berry tin*
The Oregon Pacific river boats are left on our table and we give it:
affirmative; Miss Adna FJiix*rt and
their m u dress goods and now have Buena \Ti.-ta
We will talk
now running regularly between Cor-
the best assortment in the county; Stiver
<'. Fl. Staats negative.
Í vallis and Portland. The season on
llonks, stationery or fancy good»
consisting o f the newest shades and i.uekiaiuuti*
nom -ay.-; “ A few days ago George i Dr. Wilson has bought tho Vander-
To you all day, *
prices to suit every body.
(il 0 38
1 the river promises to lie the liveliest
Neis o f Dallas wroti* to the 7bAv/o j pool house mid will move it to Ids
Or we will discuss religion, science
W . II. Wheeler has the finest line
IUiul’\ offering to send copies o f the] lot near (Jie depot.
Sheriff Smith has taken two more
o f holiday goods ever brought to In
Or liase ball,
He.«/1 Sfton' or otliev p<*ri«Kli»iils to all
Hut we draw the
71 unfortunates to the asylum. J. W.
ho were interested enough in Ore
Ilo-tcr o f Independence and Mrs.
No trouble to show you our goods—
Republican plurality, fili.
Students are all working with a
gon to writ«* for information. It was
Shelly A- Validity».
Lucinda Sharp, jvho has lieen kept
by the county for several years by
Fenton A- Truitt have received
H E ItK A NI» II E H K A H O I TS.
A few nights ago a married man and fora week past lie lias riveived
The ,*< k jeth's have «‘iito-risl into tlui
their new stock of fall goods,and call
It is cold, “ and don’ t you for get
living on mam street, after undress- |, k
special attention to their Dress good-
o f inquiry daily, agn gating “ civil s«*rvioc reform.”
Parker A Ferguson o f Indepen - 1 jn^ „ » d preparing for lied, blew out over Ida, and scores yet acoming in.
department which is the most com it.”
Fresident Stanley, l ’ rofs. Hodg«>s,
plete of any in the county.
Tiic vote of Oregon lias inereastsl deuce are worthy the iwtnmage o f ¡ the |ump and was groping his way * * * As the election is now over Campla>ll mid Powell huv«* all I xhiii
ail who liave business in their line. across the room feeling for the bed
E. 11 ay ter now has the neatest gen 12,000 in four years.
thousands w ill follow tin* star »if em pnwented with campaign budgtw.
See their ad.
eral merchandise store in Polk coun
when his toe struck something cold pire and come to < iregon.”
Ntiss By rani and Mr, Gilibs, o f
ty and he will not he undersold. Call
John Jordan, who was engaged to land pliant. The tiling seemed to
his chopping machine
and > e for yourself.
county, 11. C. Altman, o f I^inn
chop wood for J. H. Moran last Hat- j open its mouth as the gentleman put
Only M7 days from to day till it unlay’ cut a frightful gash in his
and Miss Doughty, o f Tilla-
The straight up-nnd-ttp -tore-keep
the weight o f his too upon it, and h'-
Our local chop mill owner C. A
ers— Shrilly and Vandiiyn, Indepen-, will he I ‘resident Ilarri on.
foot. The wound was dressed l»y* Jerked his foot up in double quick Stoddard -till works two days each m<Mik eoinity^ eutcnxl M'hool during
Grville Ruth*r of Cheney, \\. 1’, is I >r. fax*, hut it willix* several weeks time, while the tiling held and dan week.
Farmers wanting to buy a fall bill
G«s>. Maxwell n'turii«*«! to hia
gled from his too. H e did some live
< >iir county* surveyor's iron wagon
will save money by buying good- of
at Halsey, Monday.
Fenton A Truitt, Dallas.
ly' dancing around tin* darkened and p inny team lias h«*«>ii s«x»n at
khmi in N am hi 11 conn-
xecond t«'rm o f .- m 'I hxi I w ill
We name for you way down prices
Luekiamute, agtsl 13 years and only’ Ids mouth until he succeeded in
on all o.tr general merchandise. < live ty visiting during the week.
'l'lie news o f our great victory
us a call. Shelly A- Vanduyn, Intle-
Robt. i’ercival, J. I’ ., w«*nt to Ihd- child died la-t Saturday 10th Nov. throwing the tiling across the room. brought from Dallas on Friday last,
A new debating s«x*iety has re
las on Tuesday’, to aid in the official ’88, o f kidney trouble. Rev. I f. I. Then hejuiii|>ed upon th«* table and stirred th;' precinct’- -oui t<i its depths cently been organized with Prof. H.
E. 11 ay ter makes a sjiecialty of count of Folk Co’s vote fir Freaklen- i Ritner preached the funeral Hunday stood untill he could light a lamp. great sympathy is felt for our demo Hh«sld as pnwident. It is «.aom|M»s4Mi
silks, satins, plushes, velve ts and in ti;il Elirtors.
| and the remains w«*re burksl at the Over near where the thing had cratic friends ami a move will In* [ of young gentlemen, and its nunio is
fact all kinds of fancy goods. Rem
Henry l'arleji showed liis smi'ing Monmouth cemetery,
struck the wall .he saw liis w ife’s made to sit tip with them at nights “ 'l’lie W«‘l>sterian.”
ember that all the good* in hi- stock
face anio^g us Hunday; also I.d
Wei». Smith, o f the firm o f Ni'is & hustle lying on the floor. II* kicked until tli«' worst is over; they are
are new and o f lie-t styles.
The pliysiology class pawMxl its ex-
A ll orders sent Fenton A- Truitt by Bond of Irv ing, lai#" county; both Smith o f Dallas,„Is at Tacoma, W . T. himself a few times and went to lied, much sick.*
mninution on Friday afternoon.
mail will receive prompt and caret ul looking after the inti rff-t of tla ir this week. The Arm are closing «ait but liis wife kept awake an hour
Bridgeport returned Harrison and
0 Pres. Stanley will l«*«'tun* at Ralls-
attention; goods sent by return mail. iiest girl.
their latsines at Dallas, and will laughing at him.— Lcfiaihtn Kjrprv**. Morton and brought our sliipof state
ton tliis evening, (Saturday.)
Wood taken in exchange for good-
The greatest excitement, fun and safely to its haven. Tli is may s<>«'in
barn on hi.* phr'c.
L. Damon has » Hichard Ih'iinewitz says he has re- admiration yet manifest<*d over the isiastfui t(l some who do not know
I.e tle r l.is l.
at tiic Farmers Supply depot.
a letter from his old home in payment o f an election wager was how u little helm can «lin*ct a big
It don’t m a k e nny difference, it i- not hegun his yet on account ul not
i Jst o f letters remainingin the pist
a fact you can get t he best good , and getting lumber.
(hrmany, informing him he Las Saturday afternoon, says the Stah .-- ship. Bridgeport precint is now ¡fl- office at Monmouth, Or., Nov. 17,
at the ix'.-t baogaiu at Z. F. N’aughn’-
Some of the Monmouth I mivs at- lieen left 3, ihhi marks aud a house man; Miss Beatrice Hiolierg, a I ».m- lowed to Is* tin* “ helm” of the goo«l 18*8. Prof. J. M. Arnold, Miss Fliiima
tended the Republican ratification at and lot, by the death of an unclP ¡ h I i lady' o f rank, refinement and ship “ l*. H. A .,” A. 1 eopper bottom Ikrringer, Stephen linker, A . I).
Students in want o f anything in Salem last Saturday evening.
¡Pichoi'd feels «piite proud of h is! wealth, who has Ixs-n sojourning in well found, with a republican captain Coomlis, Peter I'aka, Jackison A
the Dry good- lines, w ill-aye money
The narrow gauge decision so long prospirts and we hop« he may not Salem for some months ami who has ainl crew for a four years voyage at 1 lendricks, Mrs. Mary la-wis, P. W.
by buying o f Fenton A-Truitt, Dallas
waited by interested persons, is lie disappointed.
\\ illiaae, Kit Wing.'
traveled extensively over the world, 1 *:i-1 and perhaps for 2t years!
A t J. D. Irvine’s i- the place to
—G. T. W aller, I*. M.
Ourfrieinl, Dan Hewitt, o f Luck-
got your groceries, Imlependene*'.
Students when in want of go <1- o
Hu in intuì*.
drove to Independence Tuesday From liini, we learn that Mrs. Jeff. the effect that if Harrison was -tie- A Co. mill C. T. A Co., should not
any kind, go to Fenton A Fruiit
f««r i he priviiict «>f NI < in
A fresh supply o f groceries at J. D. with a load of hops; w hile unload Miller, who i- now o f Ashlaml, Or., ci*ssful she would wheel him in a “ tumble to tli«1 racket.”
ni. M i t li. Slate of < Involi, « Ollllty of folk.
vt-rv si« k and that tier recovery is
Hay boys a fl«s*eeof wool seems soft John «' Worth, plaintiff. ) ... .,
r < tvil action to
frightened and ran away; but fortu louhtful. Her son George anti Mrs. the post oftiee, a distan«x* «fr (i hlo«*ks, bul w!im a «L'vil of a tumble Cleve-
Mrs. La Bansieur, City Bazaar
Kit WiiiR, liefen.laut. ) «w»v«tr inomty.
nately little damage was done.
F’ish«'r. Iier sister, left last F'riday to he carrying an Atii«*rican flag and land got though a kicking against
independence, lm-- mailea fine
T«, Kit Wing, tlio ul*>ve named «lefenilnnt:
liurr.ih'.ng ft»r Harrison; if ( h*vchmd one in tlie dark.
-i h etion o f w oolen goods, rib
Everybody has settled «piietiy attend her.
|N TI IK N AM K OE TUE. STATK « »K
bons, buttons, articles for fancy
down to work since the election.
Our genial county
survej’or, should win, Mr. Hintt was to whirl
.1 <\inl: Ite-pectful sympathy is I Oregon, yon un- lierehy r«*inir«»l to n|e
work, remnants of cashmere,
He her down town and punflias ■ h«*r a oflcm l to our Bridgeport Britisher* is'ar lK*f«>r«, the undersign«*!, a Jiistiir o f Uw
Several inton-sting entertainments Frank Butler, calhsl Tuesday.
prints, handkerchiefs, pur-os,
l ’i'a« «' for the pris inet albresaiil, on the Jltth
at pair of gloves. Having lost the bet wlio will have to wear American «lay of IXsvnihrr, (ss*. at 10 o'el«*‘k In tin*
will Is- given in Monmouth soon, by
etc. (iiv c an early call.
Miss Hjols-pg lnsist«sl on paying it, gixsls for a time at least.
fori noon of *ai«l «lay at the odti e o f «a»i«l
Holiday goeds at Wheelers Inde the Ladies Aid, Sumlay -choo! and McCoy anti Dixie, and for H. J. But
Jnrtice, ill saiil prei itu f, to an-wer the above
so a barrow was pnx*uml, Isaac s«wt-
limned (ilaintiff, in a civil action. The <lc-
l, i«,l int will take notice, that if he fail to
The F'. S. D. Co. have their liuii<l- ways welcome his pres«*nce. Come «.*«1 thiTi'in with nis flag aril «lown Nichols is intii'h IwttiT.
the >»«ni|4aint herein, the |>luintitr
the sidewalk she trudgisl, the <Ii-*-
ing enclosed and they are approach again.
A Mr. Stevens Inis iss'ii the gu«-»t u ill take jndgnient against him ti,r87 *0 and
Among those who attended the tan«1«* ls*ing almost half mil«*, mid o f our u«*ighhor, Bay Killies; lie i- hi* e»mt* and dirluirwnienta in tliis action.
ing its completion rapidly.
The «lefeinlent will further notice that hi*
reiaibliean «lemonstratl«»n at cheer aft**r ch«8*r gr«8*tosl tli.- “ caval- )l(lnti'n;, holI1, anil w«* trust lie will pro|HTty has ligen att.i, lii-d in the nhove
Wm. l ’ereival ha- moved his fam-
Any one having C8il they want
cjm I«*,” in admiration o f the clear
nanusl action. |uil>li*ln l in the P oi . k I'«»I'* ty
rhopiNil will And i«e nwl.v to «1«. it | 1 y to In«le]inmlence, »hen* h. has P«»rtlan«l Tuesday «‘vening in honor grit «lispl-.iyisl by tin* Imly In r< «le«'m- timi one among us.
hskkvck for six eoniH* utive week*, by or
o f Indiana’ s chief, we note the foll
Home of oar «lenioeniti«* i-apit.dist O
, for them in tli«' ls‘-t and qui« ki -t j,|ircha-«8l prnpi'rty.
der of the lind«'rsigne«l, inadi- Nov. I«», 1HSH.
illivi* io-t va.-t sum* in IH*t < on the
Witness mjr hand,
— R. t'. IVirivnl,
l-bap«'. Come before the mill '
, tll-iMix ¡s -aid to is* raging at owing representative men o f our
Juatiecof the I’eniX*.
county: Judge Warren Truitt, Dal witii his usual kind for«*siglit, lia«l a election.
carriage. «hs’orHtosI with flags, all
Our ncighb >r ■ mth o f t'n* Luck-
-------------------------- ---------- ----------- - ' scatteml thrmigli the to M tl) M las: H«*nator «*l«8 t Fk T. I latch, Mc ready and «*onvcy«l h«*r home In tri-
If mothers *tndi«sl their l*»»f Intereata thev
Coy; T. Wann, F’. A . Patterson,
ianiute »pi»» ar to have found a cham would find that I»r. llt-nlcy'* Fniiilelion
Willanl McCunc. deputy marshall Clackamasand M a rio n counties«. Th,
H. M. Lewis, J. I). C«KtjM*r, J. M. uinph, ainiil th«* hearty salutes of the pion “ A. B. C. H.” who appears to Tonic i* the l*s«t hons<'h«>ld remeily. Hold
hy X. H Ihitler, druggist.
of Sheridan, Yamhill county, was
n««s»-urv 1 pr,'cauti«»n agan.-t
crowds that lin«*l the sidewalks.
tliink our n maks hav«* l*e«'n ratlier
look« <1 to Vanduyn, M. A. C. Robertson, In-
I n » y,ui f.sd dragging -< n*atlon* in the
|r«-arrt'-t*si tin* other day for tLc dmill«*I «kneaseahoulil Is'
The Polk County Land Company «lisn~-|x*«'tful t*i his fri«*n«is. We di«i
«lis-» not «le|x*ndence.
Ui, k and loin*, un« you tmuhlcd with wake-
■killing of .Linie- Reu ley la-t G, t >- by all «»nr peo|»le, that it
Th* «leatii o f F'.ilis Hall, son o f ex- are now prepared for bu-in«**«. D. not name their place o f nulihoice and fnlnes«. luintnes* at the pit o f the w»ionia<-li?
A a re yon nerviui* or irnlahl«'? If *«> we ad
His liearing lx*ft»re Jii*ti«v come thi- way.
la r k Hall, afto-ra brief illness W. H»-ars, secretary, at McCoy, or 1’. are <|ulte willing in future to esili it vise« on to try tir«v«>n Kidney T**n. Sohl
A double wediling took place
piarding o f McMinville, resulto 1 in
hv X. ii Ihitler, druggist.
at i’onieroy, W . T. was sail news to»
pi-Is-ing I miuik I over t«> await tae the n*si«l« n<v of S. N. Dickey Nov.
give any information want**!, Hiklrcs-
Krotn liate. ili«*rr will is* »»'«nlm*«*
A lady who wus utllietel w ith Salt Kliiiui
7th I**-; N«*wtoti M. Di«-k«*y anil his many friemls in this county
< if it ■ •! I KOI hv Hjrmn««*
l it ion o f tli«- grand jury.
,«n the li*T and otlus' |sirt-«,f the tmdy for
tlii'tn at their resiss-tlve postofflees.
K«»r »«• of Svrs»« U», Lii"W writ
M i- Eva Porter; D- H* Vanhorn where he was Imrn and rais4*«l. The
many yiwr- «nv, l| U H r,l'i 8|«s i(Te lm* entire
A. N. Halhvk’s-tag«'has brought and Miss Hurilila J. Wckey. A ll of remains wer«' huri«*«l last Tu«*s«lay in
li. III, -I l*,*ll
Senator Dolph will l«'»»v«' for Wash
ly , n««sl in«' "I my tnuihlesoine <s«ni|dailit.
Jr''»a In(lcp"!|.I.'iicc - '\a i-.t! n* "
\N’c g i forth t : tlr-r,' i* m in* fun at Sold hy N l ( Uutler. drnggi-t.
ington next w«s*k.
'•'it- to atten«l school thi- wis k.
Polk County Observer.
l.iftt ul Jurors.