Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927, December 15, 1888, Image 3

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    polk County Observer.
1IL11E AMI l l i : i u : \IIOt r s .
I City election.
£
Pul»IMn'il Every Saturday,
Holdays come nigh.
yhr Observer four months for ¿Oet«.
Don’t forget the sociable.
1 lit* lick are all improving.
liiM tu'ft* M ention.
( n>ss-walks neetl repairing.
>1. lla.vter dentist, Dallas.
Sidewalks will I k * repaired in Mon­
Sics A Smith are silling out at cost. mouth.
Go to Henry Patter-on fur|»orfuiiie
More lumber and more improve­
ment».
(¡em* Hayter for cheap good-.
¡P ad our new n*l©'i'ti-i iiient- this
Ex-Sheriff Hall was among us
week.
Tuesday.
The F. M. A store has new good-
J . II. Townsend, the genial lawyer
For the best bargain,-¿n ladies and of Dallas,
eg!its underwear, huts, cups, 1 m a>ts
Maggie Butler was at Salem
¿h ies, tine clothing, etc., go to Hay-
Wednesduy.
ter's 1 »alias.
For tine wateli work go to V. M
I lie Airiie school w ill lie furnished
({rant at l i . D. Patterson’s.
with new seats.
Spectacles properly focussed «ntl
...... ....... some one who w ill
Dallas wants
accurately lifted at Henry Patterson’s, burn a brick kiln
Every pair warranted. No tit, no
( ';l" Pig.» and family t>f Crowley
sale.
The F. Jf. A . store have as cheap were here Sunday.
|bn- of general merchandise as can
• res. Stanley w ill go to Portland
*• found any where.
thi- week on bu.-mc-s. q
Student-w ill remember they can
i he Lincoln school closed its
,r, t tirst-ela." Photograph work done
term on last Saturday.
at M. 1 ». E llis’ Dallas.^
E. lla y te r's is the place to buy all
A ll care should be taken to pre-
jhe latest -f \ les of tire-- goods; fine vent small-pox coiuiffg here,
stock just received.
J
m ,.Timmons, of Lewisville,
11 nut’s axes $1 (HI at F. S. D. Co. ¡s at Portland as a V. S. juror.
Paints, oils, varnishes, etc., at
All are smiling at such handsome
1 ^ a*’ r^lu,I'< •
winter weather we are having.
llen rv Patterson has just recclveiP \ i , i , „ ;n 1
1
O
a new stock of ¿1 the latest novelties ,
•'•"c her . effy
#in the jewi Iry line. X old goods ¡u J' tl(,li <»n next Monday.
his stock. Drop in and exam ine
Hciut'inber the O iiskkvkh w ill be
them,
published earlier in tin* week after
('onnowaS «V- Cooper hardware this.
men, Independence.
N't'is A Sm ith ¡jre offering their The brick building of Drt Davitl-
s"H and J . S. Cooper is nearing coift-
goods cheap.
pletiou.
(¡0 to Vaughns, Dallas the leading
Some sickness is reportt'd* in the
jew eler.
Henry Pattevson is not behind Salt Creek neighliorhotid in this
county.
vvitha line line of jew elry.
Most every school district in Polk
Fenton A T ruitt have received
their new dress goods and now have county have a debating society or­
the best assortment in the county; ganized.
consisting of the newest shades ami j.
prices to suit eVcry body.
Hons. Daly, Butler and Truitt, are
W. H. W heeler has the finest line (attending the supreme court aiiSalem
of holiday goods'ever brought to In­ tliis week.
dependence.
A. \V. Lucas, who lias been sick
No trouble to show you ourgoods— for the past few weeks is now much
Shelly «V Vanduyn.
improved.
Fenton «V* Truitt have received
The Onsr.nvKii is proud of its
tlieir new stock of fall goods, and call
corps
of correspondents. There is
special attention to tlieir Drt— goods
department which is the ‘most coni- none better.
plctc of an y in the county.
Born to tin* wife of B. L. Murphy,
K H ayter now has the neatest gen- pit*. ¡ kss , a s m. All arc getting
Merchandise store in Polk coun- along
. .
• .
eral nit
nicely.
ty and he w ill not la* undersold. Call
Prof. Newbury, of this county, is
and sec for yourself.
Tho straight up-and-up ston*-kc(*i teaching a school near Lebanon,
cr- -Shcllly and V anduyn, lndepon- Linn county.
O. S. \. S COM VIM
W. U. II \WI ,KY, KIlIToH.
Boxing and s«ir« noses are a rage
at pivr-ent.
Don't I lisitn Up.
A tl 11 mb hell association has Is-en
forme*I, ami a tlozen dumb bells orJ
tlertsl, which w ill is' hero in a short
lim e.
The Atldet'*- have plenty of tick
now.
A new literary nssisdatloil i» Is-ing
■
'■„■■■
5i ; b
t ' talked
of.
ment soou.
the b u llin g im il U ttin g In of cells, |„,u.
q
Mi—
Cidlit* Urodio lias ts-cn abtsent
W ayne W illiam s left lndepRiil- "h icli i- no'O nnished.
q <)l:r
l»oa-!~ two -tar-o f from sehtsd
for -ome time on iiceouiit
eoœ with his flu n llyth il week, and
M i" lla iiie Parri-h, tie sweet the first m ag n itele . Olio prapares of sieknes.-.
will go In bu-ines- at A shland Or- singer, after m aking a tour for pleas- our k u - c s « m l w agon-tti travel the
J . T. Fr.inel- ofTualatj|i, a brother
rocky roads of tin pre-ent lift«; the
egon.
ore through the eastern -tate- of -ov Q
Ml 1 Ida Francis, vlalted thoNor-
_ >‘tber
...... pn*|j^rt*-
¿g
u (if wt iu :. n tn ; of
John Kennedy has purchased the er.il months, has return^ 1 to In r ! bim to tn'rt I tìie narrow vvay, <utr mal last Tuesday«
Tracy Stauts, who has lss*n sick
1
t - 1 lo' | w : ; Il I»* ¡ire ® *:lt i-'M e f tl, •
livery business of K, C. Herron at home in Salem.
tio -p e i o f Pt .lc •.
" S llìlie o li y e vv ith typhoid fever, lias so far rccov-
O Tin**'.'are QOV#SiU ori ,*n# • tin hriglit oiiis,"
indetteudcniv.
o
orctl as to Is* able to return home.
i n i peni! 0 rj
Mi-- Liz/le Noidigh, of Albina,
sheriff Sm itli w ill -tart out next
The Pìe i-ant X'alley grange me, t •
week to the different precincts of the est number ever confined th.*® ai thè fourth Saturdav in this monili enrolled her name last Tue-tlav, amt
l'or eleeti in of next y a r ’s oilleers is going to remain with us for
an y one tim e. 0
®
county to collect taxes.
idle.
ami
delegati^
®
Hie fhlloortng idiools have rn aM
Tin* protected meeting at Stiver
A lw ays w yik yoi.r horT-s to the
.1.
N.
Moyer
he.s
tlone
a
latid-olìlce
ill tm n o ttf ts county; Oak- jobon Adatti Bnivvn’sd w ellln g. The plow tlrst.
closed last week with Id addition- to tl
da^‘, l»idgeport, \ i rl it*. Lilt rtv lilmrtli >r i-a rti-tic ami "T vln i't he ”
tin* church roll.
! hi> Athlcti*'assm'iation w ill #ive
(patcnt
applitsl
fori
1
>
11 1 perliajis a a concert f a n . IP, 'sti.
F.nterprisc
and
Lincoln.
W . K^ Dalton is having several
le* Ile tl», dt'IIKH'tatie in t*aie l'or a
N' otii ’ i :. Lost, stravi'd or stolon,
A. F. «V A. M,—The i*li*"tio:i of staimeli
road carts put up at Independence to
rcjmbilcan lik e Adam, Just one pair of gl*af.-. The out liav ing
officers
of
Lyon
Lodge
Y
*'Jo
,
A.
1'.
take to Harney valley in the spring.
t ter sudi a y e ’..v;*ona- v iri: .ve had. them w ill be liberally rewardt^l if lit*
M., w ill he b e lila ; the regular
La-; -'mnl tv soni« of uà wont twer tloe- n * return them.
The “ little folks concert” Sunday A
Frank llu tler’s l'or un cvening's
#
— B. C. Altman.
evening at McCoy, was a ¿dca-aut meeting of the lo.lgc next Saffirdiy singiug,
and in Iti- nbsenco had a
evefting,
Dt*e.
10th.
The
\Y.
M.
de­
Prof.
Powell
has
invited a mimber
affair.
gissi timi*.
al I in ('ultus.
of students to meet with him In tin*
sires a full attendance.
Remember the sociable ijpiday
; clmpel Saturday evening-. »Purpose,
Don’t fail to attuiti tin* a.Ption
. 1 *i,. . . 0 a
• • r affi' < iiiinl* >**(*•-.
vis ,1 tl culture*
evening by the Ladies Aid Sfflcty, sale
of L. 1». ,'lulkv on Saturday,
The following wan the programme
ii'Pr vvagon n ad ■ are d n a w er
at the new«!ndl. All go.
* 1 >«r. loth, at Dallas.
vear ef ..............
the Vespertine
, -- - siieiety . last _ Friday;
Patronize t!u* advrtiisers in the Him, t.) tin* Ä-I'' rf Jolin Wyatt, near t'fcSIt itimi at this tim e of t... ..— Song,
Mi--
Powell; Instrumental
ever w a*
OnsKKVKU and you will receive fair I'liilnneitli, avo son- ami a dan. liter. Mr. titan
.
Miisjc. Miss ( Jeizeninner; Heading,
Starici ¡ever ha- made it- appear* Lmma W hitney; Instrumental Music
¿rentment, low prices and gootl \V>aC ivas liai‘nrvallis \ e-tenlai n. «ai
- - —
Porter;
Heading, Libido
to - Kate
llie mn.'ni'.ulutions of bis freiitN. The anco m *■’
1 iugi h ■*'*
i *Uy„ and * ¡celli-
goods for your money.
Vaughn.
1 ' i ir, Are ant] (Iv c wiiUa hall lx* increasing rapidi^.
Already petitioi* are in circula­ | hiuh la ’v>, i* , ly. I #.i U t .
The programme at the last m»H>t-
IT is ri'^iortisl linn small "pox has iag o fth o 11 •spijfiun -.H-lety, consist­
tion for the Albany postottlee, to
W hy i« a newspaper lik e a pr*tty mado it- nppearamt* in Junction. ed of a vitv interesting oration l>y
take efftet nA soon as pos-ible after
J . lUienanan, and a di'l.iffi* on the
girl?
To be perfect it must be tin* A Mr. Blue via- taken a weeR ago.
the inauguration sf President Har­
question: /*V. vì .', That eniifrfatiun
embodiment of many type-; its form
rison.
Thi* societies of tin* F n iv er-ity arc to tin* F. s . should be eneouragisl.
\ lllrm ative, Mathews and Maw ley;
11. It. Piflterson is now in his new ¡-‘made up; it Is elm- d, though gid- doing a gr.imì va. rk.
quarters. Mis drug store puts on a* d y; it enjoys a gootl pre-s, the more
Tlu* Fug ne Firemans baud gave, negative, Fium itt and Barr. The
president dividisi in favor of tho
neat appearance as the best. Hi- rapid the better; it luis a wtakacs- a masquerade Kill tlu* evening of iH*gatlve.
for gossip; talks a good deal, can
four new show cases are im m ense,1
’¿'hank-giving at Laic - hall andVeul-
Next iTidav flu* Vespertine- w ill
stand praise, and is awful proud of a
.
and prescription case just being tin-, new dress. It cannot be kept in a b:od ila.DO.
deVati* tlu* qui*stion: AV.«n/e<./, That
isiie.l, all adds greatly to the oozy
Thi'brass 1 >and at Pleasant H ill num­ jnoney is better than education.
The societies again met last Tucs-*
businc-s house. Henry is stopping goodlium or without ci-li. !'\ .
ber- 1!> memltor- and lour are e\-stu-
in flit* advance and we are glad t<> No institution in Oregon has quite denLs to the Normal school; \V. T. day and accepted tin* constitution, as
revised'hy tin* committis*, and cleat-
a.- much fun poked at it as the Nar­ Sellers, \\ . L. Bristow, I'. 11. Mnl- j (t|
sec it.
tin* fol'iowing otthvn: President,
Clara (¡aril; Vice, C. L._Ilaw ley{
Prof. John Denman, of Independ­ row Gang* railroad. The following key, and Ilalsey Calllson.
Voruz; Treasurer,
ence, hits been engaged.to teach the is from an Astoria pajH-r: “Thoy’ve
Tl...
Mill L ra - ta .'ll «.«'*•!
Librarian, L. R.
public school here during the illness got a little fatherless and moliierle- a !<a.'ki»t -t'fianlo on fl Imnk ^ivl!»^ Matlu*\VH.
of Prof. Murphy, who is .^¡¡{t.; «'m»'i'ni iy* the country callod a rail­ evening. It was a splendid affair,
inaugunitetl officer»
road. It is a narrow gauge, and and a most enjoyable tim e; alliK in- last Hcsperiahs
poorly.
Friday,
rips thn* they undertake arc attend­ rial slice* -; the band realized $:!!'.S.~».
Pres» Stanley preachetl In Mon­
A case of -mail ppx is reported at
ed with misfortune; when the ear-
mouth last Sunday.
•
Monroe and several other parties
.
nommai rrr>.
'
don’t
upset
or
jump
the
track
they
The
nr.
-ident
of
the
Wcbstcriatis
were expo-i d, as the patient broke
get tlirougli with about as much eer-
Tlu* Normalités of Lane county dii'idctl that thera was not as much
<»ut with tin* disea-e w hile at a dance.
‘tainty and promptness as does the have m ost all settled (? do.wn to act­ knowledge gained by traveling as by
There is almost certain to in* other
m ail to this city, brought down on ual life. Prof. 15. F. M idkey, wields reading.
cases then*.
< »wing to tin* tim e of going to press
the ‘Black Mnrinh.’ ”
the rod of dlsipHno at Bethel school. tlu*
column w ill be short this week.
Our correspondent« w ill remember
of!
We publish this week tin* cast of Prof. , . W. T. Scll<*rs, , lias , charge
..
,
By
not liav in g a stenographer at
our day of publication w ill be cV.aractcrs for the play at Indepen­ the Pleasant Hill s-hool; of which fl„. ||,.>
,,<.r¡an so* iety last Friday.
“ Fanners w anting to buy a fall bill -Th® Ifemixer counts à i butchers Wednesday. A ll communications
W
ill
i-
w
ell
adapti'd
to
tin*
work.
;
we
are
unable
to give the president’s
dence.
We
w
ill
g’ive
the
time
next
will save money by buying goods of who have sold meat at one time jmi - -'■lit F riday, Saturday and Monday,
Tin--.*
two
Profs,
have
taken
unto
!
Inaugural
address,
hut must say that
week.
We
wish
everybody
to
avail
Fenton A Truitt, Dallas.
] other in Dallas.
w ill In* on time for the issue; but themselves of the'opportunity to at­ them elves a lair
0111
fair
one
to
comlbrt
!
«I«;
V.?r.!í.l.
‘
,,,t..Í.V:!!!V.í\í,Tl\..!ll,/;,?,j;J",
nte speech something lik e tl
We name for you way down price
The F. 8. I). Co. have had an in- send any tiiye.
tend. The proe; eds’ go to the bene­ them through the sad paths of “ wo­ Harrison w ill make next Marcii.
(five (.r0iisisl force of help on tlieir huild-
on all our generili merchandise. Give
Lewisville has a grange. It meets fit of the new scenery.
mens rights.” II. F. Keeney is far­
1 acu ii. .Wholly A Vanduyn, I ndo-!
ing this vv cck. It will soon be ready the tlrst Saturday in each month.
-----
—
Saver.
ming near Goshen, and is engaged
Mence.
to occupy.
Dallas.
Not seeing any items in your val-
The grange interest is gro w in g.ill
in sb r’k raising. Ben is a wlioli
E. lla y te r makes a specialty of
»able pnner from this place for some
Dr. Popi»leton and wife of Lafay­ our county, and their goodw ill be
Dallas w ill have a Christmas tree. s*tilled lien, lie too has Insania tired 1 time,
silks, satins, plushes, velvets and in
w ill send you a few this week.
fact all kinds of fancy goods. Rem­ ette, -[»ent several days in town this felt.
of
single
hie-
islness
and
lias
taken
We are sorry to note tlvd Uncle
Considerable plowing is liclng
ember that all the goods in Ids stock week.
unto him a wife. The next in our don«*; yet most every one Is through
The Polk County Land Company Ed. Delashinutt is no better.
are new and of best styles.
Mrs.
A.
J.
Richardson
of
this
place
are
prepared
for
business.
A
ny
¡117
Circuit court lias .adjourned and memory is of Lucien Parker, who is seeding.
All orders sent Fenton A Truitt by
\V. W. Collins had three sheep
was
called
to
attend
the
funeral
of
formation
desired,
address
1».
W.
1 the crowd tlnft enlivened our town teiiehing near Goshen. Mr. Parker
mail w ill receive prompt and careful
attention; goods sent by return mail. her little granddaughter at Bethel Sears, secretary, McCoy, or F. A. so much last week has disappe.irisl. has had several year experience in killed by coyotes a felv «lays ago.
(Juite a iiim ilier of farmers nro ¡nit-*
teaching, he lias been employed at
Patterson, president, Indi'iiendence.
H. B. Collins, the photographer, i- Saturday,
W ldttler dav w ill be observed at Goshen sin ce’HH. Lucien lias great ing out fruit-tret's this fall.
prepared to turn out photographs at
prof. Reynolds, our worthy school Prompt attention w ill be given to all the academy F riday ufternoon, Dec
School at this place, progressing
attractions at Goshen besides ld-
Dallas in all its brandies as good a- 4UIK,rintt.n’(|<v,t) |Uis had tin* county. business. ^
| ?lst. An address
ill bo
— w in
ne delivecei
delivered school atwl fear it m ay prove fatal. finely.
in any part of the state.
1 Wurt furnish his room at the court
A three week's m iftin gjw st dosed
About lì fl V students and a number !,v Judge Truitt, <t;ul other ex* reis* .-
\\\ 1«. Bristow a student of ’s:5-t,* here, conducted by Rev. IJomicntiip
It don’t m ake any difference, it ^ | house with new -helving. It adds of 011 r citizens have subscribed lib­ by t'nc students.
is now engaged in farm ing al Pleas­ of Lewisville, resulted in eighteen
a fact yi»u nin get the ^ii'-t go'*1
| ^re ,tiy p, tit** appearance of the erally toward building the sidewalk
The sociable at the parsonage last ant Hill on tin* home ¡)la**e, and 1 j k c iidditlons to tin* church by confession
at tin* l)t*st baogain at Z. F. \ aughn -
to Independence.
room.
Dallas
Monday evening, was not largely at- the Irishman -UM likes Hwivt Pota­ and -iv by letter.
Several of the colei »rated I. X. I.,
J
.
PI.
McNeil,
of
Toledo,
Benton
Elder
Stark,
who
was
voted
as*
Students in want of anything in
tended 011 nccount of rain y wouther. t(M>s „r pro,x*rly callctl in tln ir Inn
m ills have bt*en put up in our
the Dry g(*od- lines, w ill save money county, the druggist of that place, pastor of tho < hristian church her** Tlu* Ladies M ite Bocicty w ill give guagc Ute M urphy. W ill is talkeil wind
neighborhood this fall, and they uro
by buying of Fenton «V Truitt, Dallas an* 1 an old-time friend of m any of ooqld not conic, and tin* church has
a -Upper at the Enterprise Hotel of la>iiig m-renadeil by the tmnd 011 giving universal satisfaction.
At j . D. Irvine’s i- the place to III!- tow s, ¡'lit re this V. *". k .
. , engaged Elder Lay <>1 Pomeroy, \\ . ' |,,,x ( Satyrdav night
tho stipo-iiion tlait he—well wo w ill : \ church house is ls*ing talked of
got your groceries, Jndepcndcne**.
his lir-t : ....
... j be a grand . masquerade
. inform you w liea it takes ¡liais«. at this ¡liais*. It Is very much nis*d-
Those who failed to got their T. He . w ill lik ely •, preach
'
,
I
lien*
will
I i d and we hope it w ill be built»
Students when in want of good- *»
.
Again tin* name of R. E. Bristow (lultc a iiiiiii I kt have already signi­
On—KitVEK last week at the usual sermon hen* next Sunday.
•
‘
at . the ( .... itv Hall l»et\voeii < hristmas
any kind, go to Fenton A Truitt s.
A large number of ('h ri-tii.a- tree- ,md Ncw Years day. W e Is-Iieve ¡»resent-to our memory, tin* good fied there zeal in the matter by off­
time will please censure the narrow
A fresh supply of groceries at J . D.
have 1 hs * ii deelded on for F liristm a- ¡i„ d a te 1- Dee. gsth.
Jovial whole s*»uiisl Fi l i - tin* same ering a liberal ismtribution.
gauge
for
delay.
The
track
was
Irvine’s.
blockaded and the m ail car did not throughout tlu rount.x.
, Marricil at the bride’s res!den«‘ on ns of yore, ivi has a good ritimtion
H o w Hi* D e l» T h e r e .
Mr-. La Ransiour, Cffy Bazaar
reach
here
till
Monday.
Hie
Mill
t
reek
school
was
dosed
])<x*. Oth, ?<Ir. Cli.is. < ilbhons in a plaining m ill in Eugeni* C ityi The handsomest, 11 vilest and ctnn-
I ndependeiiec, lias made a tine
selection of woolen goods, rib­
, ('uthiTine 1 iolinshead,Htjuin* and is now licad workman! in the pletest Jew elry store in the valley
Anothi r mishap was had on the la-t Friday. It w asa most success - 1
bons, buttons, articles lor fancy
mill. Tommy M ill key is now tench-! outside of Portland, is Z. F .
ml
term,
a
has
Is-en
tlu*
n*port
of
all
officiating,
narrow gauge last Saturday ev en in g.1
work, remnants of cashmere,
the Polk county schools.
Engine
No.
I
went
off
the
track
.
On F riday evening engine No. I ing a very* siiecc—ftd school at Vaughn’a at Dallas. W e visitisi
prints, handkerchiefs, pur-e-,
about a m ile this side of Dallas,
The steamer Ynqttina Bay ran it- juni)»ed the track v licn about a mil* Springfield, and wi* tldnk it bis ln- there Thuesilay and found him busy
etc. <five an early call.
serious damage tention of returning t*> Hit* Nomini m aking and repairing lN>autiful
H oliday goods at Wheelers Inde­ taking off with it a flat car and coach. Imw on to a -and -¡»it at the je tty >uth of town,
agalli soon. Halsey Galli un is at things. Articles of gold and silver
There was no harm done to anything w hile on its fir-t trip to tin* bay. was done
pendence.
liis homo a-si-ting in the generai and pris'imis stones, and more gen ­
Her
stern
lies
in
twenty-two
fis*t
of
Attention of those who are t a l 'ng ¡)Ut tlw track, which was pretty
T h e I I c r . ii' Dutchman o f ’ 70
work of a ranch, and prefers l.ane ius and gissi taste the ¡»risif of orig-
water. Tin* passengers and fr* ight
painting is called to the full line "I ^„¡¡y torn up.
Tu
1
)*
*
plavi-1
In
ilii'iicnr
futiim
t»v
thf
In-
ixiunty
to that of Polk, for il has
artistic material at H. R. Pattersons
F re d ' Douty, the enterprising wen* all safely tran-fereil to the gov­ .1 . |" ,;'. II.. V„M«.'i.r Ifraiaaii. m -¡ ;ty. pre-
„ the vear round, whicll i- Hot 1 in ality and expression. He was
I ndependemx*.
«
(•(
1-
tn
I
m
*
ajiplicfi
un
thè
s«•ciiury
oi
tlic
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happy and "ids heart was young as
ernment j “ttv, with the* assistants* of
Cheapest place In the countv for young hardware in* rclmi't of- imK -
»jK
rm
hniiiM
’.
in
Polk
ci»unty
for
him . Jotinie he told of wind In* had seen and
two
tugs.
hardware, K. S. 1». Co.
iwndenn*, was married to M .-s L e i.
, S " rr, r
Tr
isath o ..«* , he w a- e n g a g .sl.
Thi*stori*isfùi 1 of
School iKxiks and stationary at *,f Junction City, T n ^ ayN ^
j A freight train dashed into a ¡>as- l*,. ,m.!; T
r'”C 1>l"' i,n’
y
summer in the canvass for IsH.ks lll(,lWH1,|s of line a r t ic i« , of the hest
s**nger
train
that
wnsstanding
at
tin*
W heelers Independence.
not tlu* particulars of the w* Mm ,
Gol. lirown,« Rotimi frani-h Ofllrcr.W. in w Iddi he suuceedixl vory w ell. mat* rials, and as m any different ¡»at­
People who ait* talked about, are however, Fr.sl and hi- m w bride; station Puyallup, Monday morning I P. Conniiway.
The ladies of tin* Normal from lame
Mjj**r J mmi , a Iìriti-1 1 Ofllccr, J. W. county have not lss‘ii so mimerons torns as the ideas of others or your
those who go and exam ine tin* fm1, have a ho-t of friends t hat w i-ritlem and killed one lady and seriously
own can suggest. A ll to I k * sivn,
r.
injured another. Tlu* engineer of BinSi
stock wf artist- m aterial at Bu-ters
.„„j ¡^ -¡le r ity .
<'«I*i. IJ-lv, a Hrit!i*li Olltccr, Warrcti a « the gi*ntlemi*n and I can only i-.ill ii-* *1 and worn by men, women and
Independents*. He has a full line <>
, the freight train was badly hurt.
( 'r«*.-*y
to memory the name of MJ-s Jen n ie children, which adds to the ls*auti-
T u ls i, Acisb'ujy board-, plnqui*s, The enterprising people of Lincoln
Harry Waltrrs, an American. V A. Dotile
\V.
I>
.
Worth
finis!usl
the
fir-t
Hain,(>)I Hn>»n'- servant,!' W Inrili*' Bu-hn<*ll of Junction C ity. 1 canuot fnI and helps to form attractions.
frames, brushes,etc. CnLI and sis* ^ putting things aniuisl alsmt
term of the Huver school last Friday.
Mi.v ami Katc, Dnu»{lil, r-o f fot- bromi, - l ywl mt Jefinll*’- weupation is at
them.
right there for the long w inter even-
Noveltie- in clocks, watches, silver-
Ali—i oni «nell nini 11 « Ni llii* Ititi
The F. 8. 1». Co. have ft V*r~-n ’/l" imr- Thev have agnssl on giving a On account of pressing work at home To r .ne lui il* «riti» or»c of tlic mosf lau^ha- ¡irifi'iit, bill nm glad to noti* that war**, stone-goods, s]M>etacl**», and
volts* of skates e .« I n g which w ill bo m g . «»
,.llt,.rt;llnI11..„t and some business matters he w:is hi«' farri- of llic seanM». .»mali bili» «fili Is' Jennic has Just nH*overe*l from a si*- *»th**r ¡»n*tty things, gathcnsl fn»m
out in ituc lime announcing dio timi' of verc s|M*il of typhoid fcvcr. Mori*
» , I,I a . *
v
„
,
,* T-?. i . h f..r .1,. par...... ... n ,l„ not able to continue for the n**xt remiering tl»c suine.
all the tleidcrs of the worlti. To get
term.
Prof.
E.
Fa-»*,
of
I.inn
is,un­
Wood token In e«,-haap* r,„ ^0.1« « '
,,„r,.ha . . an nnnu*.
in the future m ay prcsent them -d ve­ a sample of these goods, go for your­
—M. A. C. Itobarùmi». Mimar* r.
to m y meniory and will ris oni In m y self, they an- sold reasonable, and if
at the Fumn-ra Snpi'l.v *1*1—*t-
» , 1„ |„ ll„ i„0
Tin y tv, has charge of the school instead
W ani A New Hotel.
of Mr. Worth for »''•* second term.
next.
—Ca|M*r.
A ll hills due us must l-e
llUl,
llold
fr.s*
-isialso
n
Satur-
you buy they w ill .d raw friends to
w ill also hold free
The school has been very ¡in»-|s'niiis.
nionthlv,unless special arrange di nts i rj-.ty
The ;ss»|»!e of Monmuuth wnnt a A »r*s**l ilim-iioii waits **n nj*i»«»»itc* and a you as n “ pretty girl draws deacons
evening of each week thereafter.
are m aiie, F. 8. D. < o.
An exchange says that -*»me mer­ hotel very m udi, and mu* ls Im lly H m«js*til*' i- *>n** ni tlir sum*l -i'.*n- <*f at a m m p-m eeting.”
__ \Ve wish them «Il succo-.
I healtli. I f ) **»i an* l**«r spiriteli, l*i!-
chants would lik e to advertise their ntsslisl. A sulisidy of over #4®n ln^- • M-rf.* then
wc advl-c y»n lo Uki* 1 >r. Ilen-
Crider Bros, of Dallas have a
A fii'rim nnint.
Is'i'ii
rni-isl
and
w
illb
e
g
iv
t
n,
a
s
w
d
l
Iry • Ooii'Minii tulli**. 8*»l*l by X. II. bnll**r.
goisls
if
it
did
not
cost
anything.
In
as
l*»t-
to
put
thi*
building
on,
to
• it—* on Al *>» » -
Chopping! Chopping!! mammoth stock of holiday good-.
This la»- I <ss»mean anv* rfi-ing ag>*.
Tlu* F. 8. 1». Co. huy f**r case * mi
l.'. J*il.,i-<in ..f
rr
9
r , f)„.v want their show window (themi Issiti- and the belief Is rapidly extending som«* one who will put up a -ultable sellfori-.isli
i- lh»> ri .i-*»n tiicy u:i*b r
'In il tifai, rintani, l.nlllai.tan.1 ni.Kn.H-
; ( lia :. * ¡ibi» m * an.I Catherin*«
that liberal a d v e rti- p * get n.or* building. Thfc« i» a gissi chance for -•Il any «»th»*r limi •• In l ’olk c*»unt> .
Ä
f t s Ä
T n ,? 'i n « . - *
lav n i Shunto In I » * .......>• tn,<le, a id, lienee, can -.1) cheaper some one to makt* v i»rr,fita»>l** in- T hisfirei i- guining friem l-cvcrj'day
««•r*' marni*. I, Jiotiei* Krtik
All .if I »¡ill:*-.
within
th<
*
r»*n'*h
*m
*
bv
th«*ir
f;’»r
divllng.
They -*11 at price:
tb»n -’•* b a- 'lo oM adverti-**. “ »"* vcntii’. in t.
Ä : _ F ™ n k tao 3 5 l » Mtonnnuth. ¡ » ,f all.
Oregon.
•
Hi itigrporl*
Uev. A. A. McLeod is the pastor of the slirewde-t btislm— men ad­
! ,ast Friday we learn that some
of the Baptist chnrvh of Independ­ vertise most when trade to Is* get-
few friends had a imMeal evening at
ence.
tine dullest,
Frank Itiitler'-.
tf«? note the gcniid J ih * Hubbard
M. D. Kills w ill now net as deputy
The grand Jury found a true hill
of W ells Station among ns Wednes­ sheriff for Sheriff Sm ith. Mr, , “ lis against 'I r. ami Mr-. Mitehell for
day,
is a genial good fellow, full of Inisi-®:’. -'m !t on Gordon I'hompson. Mr.
pleat ling not gu ilty, we
Hattie Cox died at Indi ¡»endence m—. A d can lie count« d »»11 a- d >'.ne: M itelujl
tne ä sc Is continned t<> n . i
Saturday, Ihr. 1, 1-—, of typhoid his duty.
m rcugi urn in May next year. w
ft'Mxr, aced e years.
sheriff Sm itli lias had the ja il yard Q th ir bridge is well under way and
The amateur dramatic conijvnnv oC¿» k an, 1 no .m l all the old ru'Aish w ill prolmbly In* roundelcd tin- year.