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Folk Ccuniy Observer.
0. C. DOUGHTY,
J. K. Locke,
O lt llG O V S O F F I C I A I . V O T R .
Tin* Si-rctarv o f State lias cumnlet si tlu*
•Hic inl ruinas» o f the votes enst fur prisddrii-
t iixl élection, Novciubcr •>. The vol* reeeiv
cd liy elector» huving the liighcst totuf vote
Per Six Months.
Per Four Mouths.
Advertising rate» mm lu known on appli
Corri-'jionih iice is »olhited from ull friends
of the jnijier.
TH E OBSERVER FOR
For Four Months.
N o w is the best tim e to subscribe
for the O b s k k v k k . $1 50 w ill pay
the price from now till 1 Jan. "JO.
A n exchange Hays: “ I f there is a
balm in (¡¡lead, the 1 »emocrats would
like to know where (¡¡lead is.”
The newspa|>ers o f the state are
speaking out very generally against
change o f school books. 'Hie protest
is right. N o change should be made.
Perhaps in some case* special cause
for change can 1«? shown. I f so, let
it I k * shown before the change is
m ,ele.- Oregonian.
“ The hanging o f a few more o f the
miserable animals called anarchists
is positively demanded to insure the
peace o f the country. These misgui
ded cattle are unable to appreciate
that liberty is not license: tlmt the
doctrine they teach is not adapted to
tin* free institutions o f America.
They have brutalized themselves by
associations and habits acquired in
cheap dives, so that now there is hut
one argument they can understand
force. Like Scotch thistles, the
proper way to deal with this foreign
fungus is to tear it up and hum it
root and brunch. Let Chicago prt*-
vent another Ilaym arket by strang
ling every animal tainted w ith an
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F. S. D. Co.
D RY GOODS A T COST.
Druggists and Apothecaries.
Aru" N o w is you r chanco to get great bargains, in our D ry Good»,” F
G ckk I s , Notions, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Furnishing Goods,
Crockery and Glassware, departments, etc.*©a
TArugs, Taints, Oils. Glass anil all other Ar
L # titles kept ill a lirst-class drug store.
fr i f W i r e fence and barbed wire. *
llarriwin's plurality, 0,700.
Total vote of the state, 01,011.
Some fine singings are had by our
young people Sunday evening.
Prescription* Carefully Compounded."
Carpenter tools, sash and doors.
A hunting match w ill he indulged
in by our nimrotls. Plen ty o f gam e
and a good time.
?>Sr-Also Dealers in Tieoil A Barton’s Sil
ver anil Plated Ware, Jewelry, -Musical In
struments of all kinds.
Rev. T . F. Royal lias regular ser
Be& Lumber and shingles in
any quantity. A ll orders
w ill receive prompt at
tention. Farm produce
consigned to us w ill lie
disposed o f to tin* liest
possible advantage and
Immediate returns m ade."©#
fiö»* Item her the place, corner brick store, N I K S A SM 1TH,-©|
B U TLE R,
Druggist and Apothecary.
— Dealer in—
mgs, Chemicals, Books, Stationery, Toilet j
SHELLEY & VANDUYN.
Head Ouarters for Honorai Merchandise,
Polk County Bank.
M O X M O ( ’Tir,
O R E G O X.
rtfD oes a general hanking business. Sight 1
Drafts on New York, San Francisco or Port- j
land. Deposits received subject to cheek or!
mi certificates o f deposit. Collections will I
receive prompt attention. Office hours » a.
in. to 5 p. in Untre Horn!nr 1'ronf Sn/c, se- ]
cured by Vale Time Lock.
\ I iti'cts and Builders.
FU LL FAC U LTY,
Goods will be Sold Cheap.
Real Eätate and insurance Agent
Parker & Ferguson.
Vaughn & Billard.
These goods must be sold. f c r W e are goin g to close out our stock,
and parties needing anything in our line w ill find it to
their advantage to call and see us.
Win. Wells, the hop man, now
lives in town.
it is reported among the farmers
that tin* potato crop did n >t yield as
much as was expected, y et they are
plentiful anil bushels w ill be sold as
the price advances.
Former Offers Fade Away In Oblivion.
D ALLAS, OREGON.
The Kocinhlc at the hall Thanks
g iv in g evening wax a grand success.
The exercises were under the man
agement o f Frof. Rrynnt. Th e sup
per at tin« hotel was all that could lie
Vis io ns: Sello uts .
Justice’s Court fur the precinct o f Mon
mouth, State o f Oregon. County o f Polk.
Nov. 21, ixxx,—V isitisl IMst. N o. asked.
The Duena Vista Sunday .School John C. Worth, plaintiff, | nv|, a„:i,,n to
56, about tw o miles from Dallas,
with L. Scrobert as teacher. This is lias elected the follow ing officers:
Kit Wing'defendant, j rwover 1,,on(>''
To Kit Wing, the above named def dnnt:
a sm all district. Th e lions;* is very E. ('. Hall, superintendant; E. (J.
small and common, and the furni Heath, Asist. superintendant; Don i x i’lii*: NAMH o f Tin*: s t a t u o f
I Oregon, you are hereby required to ¡ip
ture is worse still. T h ey have no ald Bryant, secretary; Mrs. M . S. pear helore the undersigned, a Justice of the
maps, globes, or anything usually Bevens. treasurer; Miss Ida Bryant, Peace, for the precinct aforesaid, on the 20th
o f December, 1 ssx, at 10 o'clock in the
thought necessary in teaching. The librarian; Miss Bell Hall, organist; day
forenoon o f said day at the office o f said
scholars seem to I k * ve ry much inter Miss M aym ie Jiryant, Ast. organist. Justice, in said precinct, to answer the above
named plaintiff, in a civil action. The de
ested in their work, and you w ill ve
<>ur public school is doing line fendant will take notice, that if he fail to
ry seldom tind a school where there work under the efficient manage answer the complaint herein, the plaintiff
will take judgment against him fur $7 so and
is lietter order.
ment o f Prof. Bryant.
his costs and disbursements in this ivfr
From her»* we went •<> <>ak Dale,
Dr. Locke was at Independence The dcfciiilent will further notice that his
Itist. No. 5s, J. ('. McFarland teach lust Saturday. Tin« Dr. is becoming property has been attached in t'/e above
1 action i* lhlisheil in the l’o* k C oi xty
er, with 16 pupils present.
The quite popular and a favorite among ( mime*
li sK.HVi u for six consecutive wee/.s. bv or
house is not liuislicd, hut w ill pre our |M'ople.
der of the undersigmsl, made Sol . Ill, Isss.
Witnc - my hand,
— II. ('. 1'ereivnl,
sent a neat appearance when com
A ll the business interests in our
Justice of ffie Peats*.
pleted and w ill lx* large enough to little town are thriving. A large
nccommiMlate all the pupils in the I amount o f wheat was stored here
district. Th e teacher and pupils are and tliis is a good shipping point for
in earnest, w orking harinonionsly hops. The Imp crop has not been
together. Th e order is v e ry good, sold yet.
and tin* lessons w ell
B e th e l.
think tins school lias learned tw o
things w ell, and that is how to m ove
Curtis H aw ley o f tin* normal
Plans, specifications and esti
around tin* school room and not school visited relatives at Bethel mates furnished on application.
make any noise, also how to learn Saturday and Sunday. H e rep o rts
Shop tw o doors south o f the city
their lesson*» without whispering or everyth ing prospering in and alxnit water-works.
bothering their neiglilH>r.
Nov. _.iid, visited F.d. Not son in
it was a bet— An
List. N o. 51. Found idm busy in a wheel-l»ar row ride transpired at Mc
rough house, culled a school room, Coy tw o Sundays ago. Mr. J . D.
about U miles from the county seat. Belt our w orthy postmaster presid
The desks and -s*ats ought to he call ed at the
handles, W in. A v e r y
ed racks o f torture, as they must lie comprising the load. This surely is
IN D E P E N D EN U E, O R E ( i< >N.
very uncomfortable to tin* larger not “ offensive partisanship” to see
jMV*Livt‘rv, Koud and Snlcstnhlr. Kir*t-ohi*s
scholars, for whom they are entirely republicans hauled through the streets turnouts, and tirirt'M nusonahlo. Give m a
«•all. north finí o f Main Stnvt, H KKKKN ft
to small. The pupils, a* a rule, were by dcnuM'mtii' postmasters.
IIA id ., proprietors.
intent on im proving tlu ir t in , res
Dr. Poole is doing an extensive
ponding prom ptly to the call o f their and sum'.xsfhl business in the line o f
teacher, w ho is fully abreast o f tin* eaeeinatiou.
times in 1»is lalsir and js doing good
F. F. Emmett is teaching school
W e are Selling our Stock of
Office ia Court House.
Hardware, tinware and stoves,
Furniture, house« furnishing
Goods, w ire mattresses, etc*.
NIKS A SM IT H .
W ill practice in nil the courts o f tho Stato
- .•«•All Ti:ni 077 m
-: 0 :
Attorney at Law,
Surprising Cash Bargains.
Attorney at Law,
I thanksgiving evening.
The citizens and students o f tin«
town have organized a literary club
Physician and Surgeon.
tlmt meets every Friday evening.
Tin* meetings have I m * cu ve ry in- j ^ o f f l e e , Buena Vista, O r e g o n .-«*
T h e teachers o f Yam hill ^county
. met at this place siaturday, N ov. 17,
J O H N J. D A L Y ,
:md organized a teachers association
with the following officer»: Fresl-
' dent, J. A . Uuciianon: \V. F. Dud-
lcv, secretary; Mrs. V. Martin vice-
Mrs. Jessie Johnson Will promptly intend to all legal Liuiness
treasurer. County Supt. Ilaker was
entrusted to him.
present, and tin* meeting was made
D A LLA S , OREGON.
very interesting. The next m eeting
w ill I k * held at Newls rg, Dec. 13th.
The teachers o f Folk county are
cordially invited to be present.
W A R R E N T R U IT T ,
BUY YOUR GROCERIES AT
S. J. W ATERHOUSES.
C arries at all times a fresh and complete stock of grtx'eries.— *
Normal, Collegiate, and
NOTIONS! NOTIONS ! !
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every description, as cheap as the cheapest.
0 r cited.
Call and see him.
All Normal Graduate* r .r «ir . a Diplomi
from the Ktat* which authorizes them to
teach in any public school in the State, other
State* era lit teacher*' certificate* on p rie n t»
tion or the*» Normal Diplomas, without ex
c h e a p
Y o u r patronage ia »oil
u r v iis r a -.
.Mr-Good tallio board is furnished to stu-
dentsat the "Normal Dining Hall" nt $|.5C 1
per week. Good hoarding in families with'
furnished room, fuel and lights, $3.00 to $3.S<
, i>er week.
at the Stump school hou*e a few
miles south o f Monmouth. Frank i-
T e n c h r ** A * »o ria ti«*n .
making a good reputation as a teach
A pleasant m e e tin g o f the Folk er and tin* people o f that community
Practical Course of Study,
county Teachers’ Association was are fortunate in -»«curing it is st*rviet*s.
• —Completed in a—
held at Independence Saturday N ov.
The literary society o f Bethel ran
“ I, ’xx, .T h e ax-ociation was called to xucees-fully last year under the name
order by Supt. Reynolds, and the “ Wclisterxan.” Again it has revived
minutes o f tin* last m eeting read and ¡(•a c tiv ity and g > •- into the -* a- >n-
approved. II¡story being the open work alsmt twenty-five active mem-
Send for Catalogna. Address the President 1
ing topic, thirty questions, live on I ht «. The society is a credit to the
Shop oiijxwite livery «table, at tho foundry D. T. S ta sle y , Jfonmouth, Oregon.
eaeli o f the six epochs, w ere distri community.
buted among the t«*achers present.
The people o f Bethel have ls'en
Mabel ( 'rexsey and F,\v. Richardson,
listening to a very interesting *erie-
j. E. j rrm, n
r»x*iUxl tw o splendid pieces. Discus-
o f lectures by Itev. Ilau liu an o f I lli
b i-te iv \\;|s ( 0 *11 resunnxl.
nois. H e is an able man. lit« takes
At tin* afternoiMi -es-ion it was voted
up the xultJoet o f the Tabernacle o f
to hold tin* next n iivtin g at Mon
All kinds o f produce taken in ex-ihangc for goods.-
the old testament with it-ty p e -a n d
mouth on Saturday Jan. I, '>!». A fter
shatlows, with outline maps anti
a '¡ill further discussion by almost
MO X M OUTH ,
Ills work is o f a nature to
everyone, a song,“ Womens R ight’*«”
yield lasting benefit.
by six little children was well done,
L. B. Frazer is in Eastern Oregon
and tie* “ Dude” nvitation by Maggie
Simmons well n«ntlered.
It was on business,
voted tfiat physiology in* tin* subjivt
North V a m liill.
for next meeting. Then« wen« :W
North V iu n liill now lias two bar-
enrolhsl, with tldsgiHKl memliersliip
and hearty *up|mrt Supt. Reynold*
Runnels A Perkins have moved
is m aking tlit**e m eeting* and tin« in ti there new drug store.
Wood Work a Specialty.
sclnmis o f tin« eonntv a grand success. have it nicely arranged.
Frank Berlwell anti John Bunn
have lieen up in (fie mountains for a
A munition chcn|>er than any other week, hunting cattle.
(»nr genial ilentist, J. L. Hay*,
pi i« *- in Folk eoiiiity, F. S. D. ( ’■>.
* # “ A!1 eb.nrge« reasonable. Girt ns a call.
w ill -ttirt tt> Pullman, \V. T. in' «
W ikm I taken in exchange for go,»Is feu day«, to locate tlien*.
at tin* Farmers Supply d««|N>t.
Then« w ill I k a mask tall here
Sold by U. H. Butler.
m o n m o u t h , O r e g o n ,
Bed Rock Prices,
Best Grade of Goods,
And Fair Dealing
Is Our Motto.
Agricultural Implements and Farm Machinery,
COOPER & CONN A W A Y ,
•sTAjrnt« for Kapp, Hum'll 4 Co.