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Polk County Observer.
C. C. D O U G H T Y ,
N u b H 'r¡| il¡u u
H a te s .
editorial ability, more than any
backing from the Oriyonian. So far
as the ( InxtntVKit has had achanee to
observe, tite Orrtjonum shows a dis
position to 1^-t the Almighty regulate
the fate of newspapers, as well ts
every thing else.
> Anv one having feed they want !
chopped will tind me m idv to do it !
I for them in the ix-st ami quickest
shape. Ciane before the mill shuts
down.—Frank Collins, M onm outh,,
! ( »regoli.
Per Six Montini.
Hoad Quarters for General MPerehaiidi ise.
• Per Four Months.
D a ll a s C o u n c il Notes.
Advertising rutes mudo known oiiQippli-
council met Monday even
Corresptixiencv is »oliiited from all friends ing in the council rooms with a full
Physician and Surgeon.
of the , a|« r.
ij^oftice, Huerta Vista, < )rcgon.*tt*
.Monmouth, Oregon, J j n . 2 :i , 1 v s t).
j t „
reading of the minutes, the oouneil
pro.-tx-di^l to consideration of math rs
Ji^rUHESpIlA SANT lAXAllv E
JOHN J. D A LY ,
of city improvement, among which
was the direction to the city mijjshal A Pleasing Sense of Health and
5 0 C T S
repair defective sidewalk« and to
Tor Four Months.
Strength Renewed, and of
Fill prompt!? attend to ell Ugtl hniin
procure two street lamps» After this
entruiteu to him.
Ease and Comfort
business, the council proceeded Jp the
O I U K F.M O VAL.
D ALLA S, OREGON.
discussion of the matter of water Follows the use o f Syrup o f Fig», aa Ik seta
works for the city. This discussiou fleetly on tho
Doubtless all our rewlcrs have be
S. J. WATERHOUSES.
was made general, and many of the
fore this been informed that with thin
Eifect.-.ally Cleansing tho S ystem when
prominent citizens of Dallas ex
W A R R E N TRUITT,
issue we take a „ew step in our journ- I
thoraBelve8 in regard to the
Costive or bilious, DispellingO
----- Carnes at all times a fresh and complete stock of groeeri««^
al,st.c,car,s r To-morrow we «■ I - I
M M. Kills led in the gen- Colds, Headaches and Fevers
move our office and press to Dallas oral
remarks, setting forth, briefly
and p erm an en tly cu rin g
and from there ask fora wider field
D A LLA S, OREGON.
H A B I T U A L C O N S T IP A T IO N
the need for water works and giving
in which to work. <»ur reasons fir . t an
for the without weakening or irritating the organs W ill practice in all the court* o f tlie
il l outline
m i l l i n ' of
" ........ was
....... I proper
this move are public property ami cjty to ti,, |,y Way of encouragment
Office in Court House.
on which it acts.
to any individual or company propos- F o r Buie In 5 0 c am ] 9 1 .0 0 B o ttle * by all
L e a d in g D r u g g ists.
r every description, a* cheap as the cheapest. Your patron»*, i •
Firstly, Polk county, the state of ing to establish such water works.
xmrAcnnuD onlt by tub
cited. Call and « » h im .
the firm of Riley A
Oregon, ami the l nited Satis, of
„flscalled upon as an owner in
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP 00.
America are in politics Itepuhlican; thf. \isting water power, to present
8 a . t F r a !» ci » co , C a l . ,
Nxw Y ou . N. Y
this sheet was started as a Republican his views in regard to the proper .'.OI1BVIU.K, K t .,
paper, ami has labored continuously j manner • f constructing such system
OfTioJcn Mill St., opposiie the court house.
ami carucsiiy in that direction during could he used to pump the water into
its entire existence, and some of the elevated* tanks, from which pipes
Kt'iwMirun officials in the county do could he run to convey water along
us the honor to attribute part of their the streets for general use and for Are
success in the two elections just past purposes. He further suggested that
the system be so constructed that ex
to the steadfa t support which the tra pressure could be had in case of
O iiskhvf . k has given every man on tire. Prof. Hell was called for, and
Druggists and Apothecaries.
the ticket, from least to greatest. For although pleading inability to ex
this reason it is not unnatural that press himself from a business stand
point, made some very strong argu
the itepuhlican majority in this ment* from the sanitary benefit to lie
Paints. Oil*. Cla*» and »1! ether Ar’
J ticic* kept in a first-class drug more.
county should ask for a square-toed derived; also made some pleasing
fisa?* A Specialty.- ® «
Republican county paper, that will forecasts of the natural beauty to lie
stand ready to support it whenever derived from having water for lawn
during our dry summer,
Shop opposite livery »tabic, at the foundry
the fight draws mar. For reasons sprinkling
lie closed his remarks by urging tin- Independence.
over which we have no control, when good efleets upon the community of
canvassing the Held, it was. found having as. a moral educator such
that such a paper could only he had pleasing surroundings as tin- system
/KF-Aliio Dealers in Keed A barton’» Sil
by starting a fourth paper in the would give. Councilmen Williams
ver and i ’iatni W are, Jewelry, J/usical In
and Groves expressed a desire that
county, or by placing the O hhkkveh tiie city act with all possible lilx-ral-
strument» o f ail kind».
where it could claim county support ity towards such an enterprise by
by becoming, in every sense of the way of granting a franchise and of
word, a county paper. Tlie latter making the city a customer as far as
it mod-, for such water. Mr. Ellis
move has been adopted after careful and Mr. (¡rant suggested that the
thought, hence weare going to Dallas. sentiment of the council be presented
A second reason for our removal we to tin- public through a series ot reso
-------All kind» of produce taken in exoliange for good».____
blush to mention, but the truth must lutions, covering the ground of dis
1 lardwarc, tinware and stoves,
cussion. President Hutleracqujk-sced
come out some way. Association in the suggestion, and explained to
M O X MOUTH,
o m k
Furniture, house fumi sii ing
with the other fellows, becoming the council that their present action
Goods, wire mattresses, etc.
rich and illustrious by editing county was simply preliminary, and only to
papers, lias bred ambition in our allow to outside parties what the city
was willing to do in case an applica
humble bosom, and we felt ourselves tion was made by responsible parties ffiayWire fence and barbed wire.*©«
t Holiday Goods, Clocks,
at the end of our rope in Monmouth. for franchise.* lie further cautioned
’ Jewelry, Plush Toilet
Our ambition is to give to Folk the council to keep well in view the
county, as a whole, a paper that will importance of their duties as custo
dians of the public good, and urged
compel a general support. Our am tiiat tin- council, while encouraging a
bition is to give to our readers a company to engage in the enterprise,
Carpenter tools, sash and doors.
newspaper that will till the hill in ev also protect the city against any un
ery respect,—a paper that will be just rates, etc., likely to be imposed
by a water company consulting its
—DEALERS IX —
read Ix-enuse every issue is interesting own
interests. With the idea kept
and readable. To do this we must in view, the council passed a series of
have more coin; more coin than the resolutions expressing their senti
Oregon atAte Itormal School.
B u ild er's M aterial.
present business done at the one m e n t s and respecting that ot'thecity.
üÿS“ Agents for Kapp, Burrell A Co.
town of Monmouth would allow us to
willing to grant a franchise, covering
ask for. lienee we remove to Dal rigid to lay and maintain pipes in
Hair Lumber and shingles in
GOOft B U IL D IN G S ,
las, the center of Polk county, where tlie streets of tlie «city, and to erect
any*quantity. All orders
L IG H T E X P E N S E S .
will receive prompt at
we can tap the attorneys and county hydrants. Second, that such com
officers in their very center of af
for a period of years on their stock
consigned to us will be
and original plant. Third, that the
disposed of to the best
Thirdly’, we move to Dallas because city promise city patronage to such
possible advantage ami
. immediate returns made.“© «
we have there an opening for other a company so far as tin- city ha?» use
business that can be run in eoiijum'. foi water for tire and other purposes.
After tlie passage of these resolu
tion with the paper, and the business tions, the President urged that the
All Normal Graduat«« racaiv» a Diplomr
requires access to county records.
matter lie presented to tlie notice of
from tha Slat* whi»h gutherii»* them to
These reasons*are all we know of, outside parties likely to w ant to en
l***h >n ary publie »choc! in th« S tan Othar
«rant naentn r.rtiflcalr» #n Pre»«nt»-
ami an' to us amply sufficient. In ga g e in such u n d e rta k in g ; also he
enumerated some of the uses to whifli
tion ar t h « . Normal Diploma», without ax-
parting from Monmouth, as a mere such Added power could lx- applied «W-Tovered hack and covenienee
: for ridine
location for press am! office, it is ncod- in manufacturing. One he especially
in bad weather.
T H F F A M E R S G R O C E R Y A N D PRO
less to assure all parties concerned suggested that fruit canning and
Makes Regular Connection
that it means no separation of inter
means. Prof. Hell closed by a high W illi north and south lfiim d trains and boat* O P T o E ^ I P L I V I I T Q - .
DUCE COM PANY.
ests and no diminution of attention endorsement of riie water to lie ob at Independence
to what we hold to lie common inter- tained from such a source, as even
A * ~ f ¡-Tod table boanl i* farnishrd to stu
dent» at the* Nurmal Dining M all" nt $I.5C
t-st. < >ur home feeling ami our home tin- existing mill race. The Oti-
‘ |-er week. (»... 1 I.,C.-din« in famille» with Desire to announce to the People that they are now ready to >
inter sts as •individuals remain at skuvkr ’ h representative took occa 1 ns-.eng.Ts, baggage
nini pnekngr» narrasi t.. ; fum ah.-d room, fuel and light.-., i.i.00 to X ! 5t
and from at reasonable nites.
ord er- left |-er week.
. business having opened out in the Poppleton Brick, l|ain
Monmouth, and we cordially assure zens who were not able to I k - present,
nt W orth '»
grocery «»on. will receive
all our friends that our efforts will fee among whom were J. J. —
prompt attention.— A . N. IIA L L E C K .
Dalv, .1 H.
St., Independence, Oregon.
increased just us our possible Held of Timmcn, Dr Woods, A. K. Wilson,
- 1 Practical Course of Study,
influence is increased in favor of ev-1 Mr. llow c and Sheriff Smith. From I
ery vital interest of our home. Wt
. . . . ,
. | of sentimentln favor of the m ove-!
— Completed in a —
will milnttln tele;-iph i- cunm uni lll(.n,t ,,n,j we ran <ttft,iv urpt. th,.
ration with our old Held, and will mattt r upt>n tht- attention o f any Aruhitouts and Builders.
give it a wt-ekly |u«rsoiu\l visit, so «<>d all partiesi st-eking ^roiitable in-
S h ort T im o.
that in the matter of local* or in that N»-^tntt-tils, \v hicli a ill result in great
e*jrPlan\ sfieeitimtlon* and esti
of ietluciiee, our readers will soon
pr,,^ i we ]Mrn that u mates furnished on application.
Sen I for Catalogne. Addir«» th» Presid«nt
that Monmouth bus gained ami not (<«>m|iany is U-ing organized to take
S h o p tw o d oor* sou th o f th e c it y D. T. S t a s i .t í . Jfonmouth, Oregon.
lost by the change. W’e deft-r an out- j action ii^uiKBliatcly, and we will In w a te r-w o rk s.
line o f our fiitun- course until our a,,h- to report their progress in our i
> , , next • issue,
i sue, when
prepared to pay
our little phs-e as clearly us we are \
t'.lectiu ii »1 l»«l|ih .
able. Until then we ask for an arrest
The elect ion . >f United States Sena
tor pn—ednff quietly in both houses
(^^rtltxxls delivered free o f charge in Monmouth and Independence."
The obituary not ice o f tlie Portia n. I of the legislation, Tuesday. There
L. DALTON, general manager.*©«
h . . f » U H - r . W h. . — . h . » . i h . r , « L b . 1
•V* tr* is tenderly presented in ni"*t of wa* no other thought than that Hon.
dl«ha Jl. I Ti l. U..II* ... th. i
r» bo »tiew.-r^vi f r o m : h e I t bio a i d a , „hv
our exchange*. One ptqx-r say* that J. N. Ibtlpli would sutx'tx-d hlm-s lf,
$ 5 3 0 - 2 2 IN
C O IN !
w ith it sunk not 1."« than $l.V>,nou. and he r.-ceivtsl all tlie Republican
!• *ub*. *|l»t r
• en«| ««Mrrnl
T i n « ' -amt- Hgirn-s can lx- u«c<l \\ n.-n vtites but live, one rt-publican Ix-ing
SE JrX. B U T L E R ,
the ( >i .*i:tiv tat pa*«.-« ¡ia ay, only the ab-s-nt. His vote was (57 of the !ki
tliT»*- ciphers :axil not lx* used, «im votes. Governor IVi.n iyt-r w as ten-
Real Estate and Insurance It**
• ««»if N.» V i ■ i ». h t. ...k
i» - r
f • , • . . ..... , ■
Druggist and Apothecary.
ply to save space. Ill this connection dcrvil tin- votes of the 1* denux-ratk-
n^^nm^r o f . i e y
— De»l*r i n - -
our attention I* calle«l to tho cause of members. Thoclwtlon was tinishc.l
••* «**•. f..r » * »I« • MM»»iba i • |5
Xnur«, Cliem ii»!», lti.-ik», Stationery,Toilet
1 kr- r i m dH», »
’ xrti. lm. etc.
death a.««igne 1 by the sag»- running W'tsineealay by a joint session of
* ''» !• * > »
•• Pit - • ,
w m ---------
PrrBcrlption* Carefully Compounded.
tho llt r i iViiltv
To th« new anh«n .i#r rt»«t m ndlnir m e*-r ’«rt ar. ,
»w*»r to th« ah*.qu-«tf.,n »« »til rn-« rf
M onm outh, - - - Oregon.
U f » n , a I l..» *ch ore of :itw r.-it «
The Ortrptniim st-t-ms to have all
nmw »t]‘i*«H»#r» who «««.| «'»rrert ** *%•«»« ««»111
Oregon at ita fi*-t. Moral: I kin’ t go
t I M I M < i N ».«»I I» « Ml V
f th« wx ' '
« ; . *••*! • r iw.f, A I
into tin- new >oa|M-r btt*imw* uiil.w*
R anxieur, C ity R a m a r
v r » - »V
» T ' « r t««nt t»«dt.>comr>«t«f'.r
( t » flt»|
the OrrgonuiH oa. ks yen.
lnde|x*iid«’iu v , tins m a d e a tine
'* trt« il
s«*l*x-tion o f w .xd en g issi* , r it>-
n(• for «I• raa'-tK • *>r i ot» f ri
I • b»»*nrti<.
» « - P o e s a general bankini
I f this i* go'jtrl, w e lien-by jx-tltlon
t ■ M • • i • 1 »
J. K. Locke,
TH E OBSERVER FOP*
A t t ö r iie j; a t L a w ,
BUY Y0UR-GROCERJES AT
Attorney at Law, °
NOTIONS! NOTIONS ! !
Attorney at Law.
Vauglin A Hillard.
Buster k Vernon,
In . General Merchandise,
Best Grade of Goods,
F. S. D. Co.
And Fair Dealing
Is Gur Motto.
H. B. Patter
son, lias mov
ed his stock of
Agricultural Implements and Farm Machinen
To the new
CÒOPEH k GONNA WA Y,
Hardware, Sieves and Tinware.
ftermak Collegiate, and
Groceries, Canned Goo
and Provisions, Wôod an
Willow ware, Glass an
CASH FOR PRODUCE.
[ M ETHUSELAH
Ja m e s
THE AMESICAH HCMESTEAOI
the (im/oni.m for periiii'-ieii to go I
Into busint-K* at 1 »alias. Our opinion I
ill tliv matier i* that the .V o n lavkvtl
lauis, button*, articles f..r fan cy
w o r k , rem nants o f cash m ere,
print*, h an d k erch iefs, jm rses,
etc* Give an curly rail.
THE A UEM I C I* HOWEUTfia.
I* % N K ItMH
Tiw iriM i t
\ oitk t jtt .
ewl fahl* h» th« «4».
Uri I If*» »Art j tw «rit« .
Sold by N. H. Butler.
T h r K. G. »nd P. G>.
k s r f t.r»n. fre.1, «m l fl. nr
■ tiilia kDd Et-cm lutila.
from Dixie, tur-
Drafts on New York. *»n I
land. Deposit* received «uhi
on certificat.-» <>f deposit (JJ*
receive prompt attention. On»*
ni. to 5 p. m. Hairt Burglar
curvi fry Vale Tirât Lock.