Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927, January 29, 1889, Image 3

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Polk County Observer.
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,,E,IB VN1‘ MEllEABOl TH
^ *’ aekiiou leljri n pleasant reivp-
O. s. >. s. C OLI MI.
Jeweler Vaughn «¡ts at
I’ev. Hoy a l attended o inferen ■«* at 1
Perry «Iixlc.
Portland :i" :' 1 ■ our n<
this week
Busine»» '»li uuon.
1 „dependence and his pulpit was
B. HABÍ u n . 1 i*t rom.
A. Mcfirew, o f Weston, was in our
Dallas.
ti 1 Ks 1 |,y Kev.
MclVrmott the midst for a few days visiting friends
N. Y ovum, of this
M. Ha.vtiT « 1 .utist, 1 »alia-,
is at
I f thl lin** weather continu® it *manager of tin* P orti,ml
1 '. autiful sunshine,
hos­ and relatives.
Salem to-duy.
lit» to Henry I alter-on
I I h ID-sperians will nominate of-
y. ill soon U* a question whether this pital, under the charge o f the M.
1'allas presented a hu
llen ry Keyt o f tills plan*, made a fleer», at their next meeting.
(«•lit Huyter for cln-ap goods.
i- heaven or earth.
1-. Church. Mis sermon in theeven- Hying visit
¡titee S .turdiiv.
to 1 ndi‘(K*udi ui*e last
Tiie joint «issimi of the societies
Head <>ur new advert i.- mf*n;.s this
I’rof. Wash, the editor o f the Prm- i"g was unusually able and enter- Monday,
last I r.,1 y was w ill attemled. The
r; J* Graves, ,,f McCoy is a clerk
week.
Stmdaye.l at Independ *neo, at­ t »¡ling, !» is them, Ì» Ing the “ pra ;i-
pro -rantiii was well curried out,
Prof. Print* Mi-sick's first term o f even down to the paper.
The K. M. A . store has new goods. at the legislative halls.
c.tl preparation for life.” This suh-
tending the M. K. conference.
school w ill do«,* here next month.
A fresh supply o f gr« series at J. |>.
J.J. Italy visit,s|
: . C. T'arley ,piit school la-t week,
lluena Vista
li »liuan drove over to Salem }ivt he discuss.*d in a pleasingly lib­ He is engaged t > teach a spring term
Irviue’s.
and
w.nt home. Me informisi us
-Monday and Salem
eral
manner.
After
his
sermon
he
Monday evi '■ling with a plug hat and
'O Tuesday.
that be w • going to firming.
Spectacles properly t ......... . ,IMi|
e.\p!aiiied
the
object
and
working
o
f
three
citizens.
A
liusint
accurately fitted at ll ury Patterson's
r<s»m key awaits it-
» >h! l.aymnn, how iiiueh diti you
a teacher, anil shows tlu* great e«-
Dr. Woods rc|M»rt Mrs. Frank tlu* hospital un i r,veivial the gener­
Kvery |»air warranted. No at, i.,’, ‘ » « ‘terat the O iw kkvku office.
itvin in which he is held by hi« pu­ sell for last Week?
sale.
Myers of Smithtleld, sick with ty- ous support of all of his auditors by pils and potrón«.
The Wcbsierians bave eleeted thè
i' • J. i,. \ . Butlerof Monmouth
way of a neat little subscription. The
phoid fever.
fop.'wir.g olHivrs for ensulng terni:
H K Putters.»n is I n-tant! « re. , v n -
was reported quit«* sick Saturday.
lllder Doty o f Am ity, failed to till Pr. -i'I' it, S 0 I 011 Slunld; Vice l’ resi-
new goo.Is. Call aiui examine I.is st•■ k.
J. NN . Daw on, the leading ÌKH»k- I institution disserves the attention of
i every person who desires to lend hisnppi intment here hist Sunday on • lent. Word Hutler; - cretary, J o h n
M i- Flore,i,*e Smith of Monmouth
The F. M. A . storo leave as cheap
'»•l!er of Monmoutn, has moved his
Spark ■; tn*osun*r, B. C. Altinan;
Hue of general merchandise ns can J'an . Indent clerk of the legislatue
j efficient aid to his fellow men. At account o f snialli>ox at the latter marsball, l„ Sisemore.
-tore to the store building on the
be fount! any when*.
ut Nih'in.
I tin* llaptist Church Hi*v. Osborne place.
corner.
Mi- Cochran, ¡i -¡-ter o f Chas.
Paints, oils, varnish
i*t
at
Our Sunday -H'hool is in n flourish- C cliran luis b, , ii visiting bini for
» iur IT iir -, i tut Ives are acting ' p rea,* lud toa large audience, and Mr.
Waterhouses
O
J- *»• las* hus sold hi» si» acre tariti
v, ral da\ -. She is a clerk in tilt*
Martin Mvcrly was received into i 11 : 4 .condition uad well attendili,:,
Henry Patterson has jus' • ■ «.¡v ,| at Syracuse to Irvine Stoddard for wisely, ¡uni will do their l»i*«t to enr- membership.
I gi ì.òurc and w ill return to Salem.
{.
real
deal
o
f
zeal
lK*ing
manifested
a new stock oi all tin* la > s* ,, y ....
r> out the wdsli o f all our pi*ople hi
bv all th.* participating in the diti- , S ,‘
Wo*
two
'*»«*
in tie jewelry line. N old {roods i i
if nts were s,i|,i ter a small ligu re
Hicliardson
and
•.*rof.
Hrucc
1
° ‘ benefit- o f the county.
l*,»lk Co. T 1 * 1 ,cher»' V-soca.mu,
his stock.
Drop in and examine
crcnt
rc:«es.
eaeh. last Thursday evening. It’s a
Messick of Perry,¡ale, were in Dallas
Abe l glow reeeiviHl on Monday Mitmm < > iw i . k v i ; iu
them.
Normal students won’t
Dev. Ifrark dellverixl an ablt ser- »ity that Norma!
Saturday.
a-tine a piano as there is in town.
bring better pruvs.
T he Polk County T,wi‘h,*rs’ A".>- mon last Sunday.
No trouble to show you mir g
Shellv Jt Vuwluvn
Messrs. Daw son, Slurry and Par- • t will add much to the pleasantness ciation met in the Normal scinsi
l lxaminations are over. The gen­
Prof. Fleiehtier’s singing school eral average in class. « was as good as
chapel at Monmouth, Jan. libili, ami
The straight up-aml-up -t*>r«*-kce-*,- r: |1 "l^Iominiuth, willed in our n w of lib- elegant home.
dosed
!a«t
Friday.
wa-called b> order ¡it 10 :.{*( a. m. by
o f any time past.
ers—Shellly and Vanduyn, ludepeu- office Saturday.
J- II- Hampton, o f Monmouth, Supt. Heynolds.
H. 15. Tingle was in Portland last
Several students have quit school
>Song ” Oiir lioarts are Might,” bv
called at our utllce Monday. To all
and returned home.
week.
We* name for you wav down price- visit * li.
' 'r* f ' 1'1'Vi,<’ ar° 0,1 !l our friends, «Aland new, we extend Prof. Powell', vocal music class.
N. Yocum, o f the OnsKKVF.il, and
on all one general merchandise. < i Jiv,*
' '" ‘lr ,;ulu‘r H'»n. IraS
I VC , “
Prayer was olierei bv Supt. Uov-
Mr. and Mrs. J.H,Townsend were
a nearly invitation t > drop in anil uolds.
Prof. Bauer, penman, visited the
-all. 8
heUy A
usaeaii.
oneny
w Vanduyn^.
\ aii<iuynA Inde.
indc- Iu"nsend, of Perrydah
visiting
their
folks
lien*
Saturday.
see u- it it I k * hut for a moment.
Normal Thursday.
deuce.
Minutisi of previous inivtlng read
A number of the students of the
■ Church is progressing finely under
Sali
i
reek.
People who an* talked about, are *s
Normal s-hool, took -in our *SoinunyfrieiuLsvisltcilouroaii*ethis',uini,lp,,rov*?,: I
Die ellb-ient management o f Hev.
week tliat ir
t .
1 *><’ association then took up the
those w ho go and examine tin* line town bi't Saturday.
Farmers begin to talk of scaling.
n»po. s.b|e to name questions on physiology, w hid! lmd
I .a\ e. 1 Hiring the pn«t wei'k several
stock o f artists material at Duster«
Seliotil t !i -v's tliis week reason student** have » dn-enttsl to link their
_
llu all. Hilt they are all welcome been prepared hy tin* executive «*om-
Independence. 11 • has a full line of
15. M. Turnergif the White
; lives w it h that of our Savior.
1 ’ rick, ju-t the same, and we will he glad to mi t tee. These question ■ nroustsl want of funds.
Tubes, Academy bo.ii
plaque-, and family, spent Suiul
ty among «ee you all ixnno in a,ruin.
much interest and excited considera­
frames, brushes,etc.
Pres. Stanley mine home from Sa­
i all and «ee
Thos.
Dodson,
who
has
been
very
lluena N'ssta friends.
ble discussion, This work was eon-
lt in i luirsday and returned again
them.
J* !’• Lucas, tlu* efficient clerk of tlnuwl un*<! noon. The association low with lung fever, is almost well I Monday.
Hons. N. L. Butler and P
E. Hayter’ s is the plan* to huy till
again.
w . Ila- Gilliam county, is * nrnminent then a4]ouriied till I o’clock.
Several
students attended the
the latest styles o f dress goods; tine ,
member o ft ho third
<». Fisher, our representative, “ Heroic Dutchman o f ’ 7C>” at Inde­
stock just received.
pendeuce, Friday.
They
lem this week. D evis itisl hi- nemo
i
t'alied to ordì r hy Superint ndeiit. was la re at grange a week ago. He pendent*. Friday evi nine.
Onto Vaughns, Dallas tin* leading
sneak v. r.v highly of it. We think
Judge Daw - m of Monmnitli, wlio al Monmouth, Friday.
to
bear
tin*
work
o
f
tin*
se-sion
Movisi
tliat
a
iniiiiidttce
ofthn*t*
lai
jeweler.
has luvn in very poor haith for so
¡ippointed to prepari* a programmo well, so far, anil Polk county may tic company might come over
Mrs. Miranda Franklin, lier father,
and play here.
It. 15. Collins, the photographer, i- long, „ a ablB to attend church !a-t
■■ nex! in e:mg. Mitili* 1 ) ùnji-
J. !.. Lewis, and miele, ami F. M, ty. Prof. B. L. Murphx and Anna , feel «lire that his energy will make
Yesterday, (Monday), was matric­
prepar i! to,turn out photographs at ,sUn.’a\
Dallas in ail its brancheras ; »od a
Lewis, were in town Saturday in I k'mnaa w eivappoiiued tu «aid oom- itself felt in the lionne ere the end of ulation day.
in any part o f tin* stun
the session.
Hick- ays he will begin hoarding
Wo want the news and « not * of eomiection with tlu* matters o f tin* mittiv.
ttnmotlon, Dixie was «eleeted as
be ly to id the dining hall next Friday.
For fine watch work go to l*. M nil tlie improvments going un in the estate of tin* iati* Clarence Franklin,
It is alunit time for
thè piaci* for holding thè m xt meet­
Grant at II. 15. P. tter .on’s.
George Thorp returned to Mon-
county do not I h ? ufmid to end of Buena Vista.
ing. 'The associatimi wasthen favor­ ay the roads are muddy. Well il II*.,Kith la«t : itiu.lay. and w ill in » u -
them in.
°
A' J. D. Irvin
■ the pi.,
The Dalias homo guard, under ii! wltli a song eatltled, “ Ile Lovis won’ t i»e that way next winter. Al. tinue Id- studies in tin* normal, lie
get your groceries,' Indep■•niieiicc.
D this fine winter weather does enmmand of Colonel Jim Williams, M e ’foii,” by «i ven little girl«; a iv,"- Baxter Avili have the roads in good inform- 11 « that Ids «¡«ter Kmma, w ill
iia ,o;i , nliiled, “ l ‘ in flu iv a Poy,”
Attention o f thos ■ wii > an* t;tking
u m "U fur! -.igli ! *i s mm. bv llalpn 15oothby;a dneii entltied, iiape; f r he wants the ofllec again, not return for some tinn*, on necount
painting is railed to tin* lull line ,T. not take with the emigrants, we mi.-«
| of sickness.
Jim t binas Sa ¡i*: : i , a good i-unpiag “ A l'oitage by thè Svi,” hy Nora (in a le n i o f supervisor.
artistic material at il. U. 1 ’attersons our guess.
Mi-- Florence Smith left last
reeiia-
We all welcome the ( kiwrttvrcn to Thor« lay for Salem, w here she had
lnilejiendeiiee.
VS e will ask ail our readers to not ground, but for permanent barracks 1 Hitler and Lilli** Ikirrìsli;
tion
entitled,
“
Tiie
L
io
le
Fireman,”
Dallas. We like its complexion anil
The dry goods store F. M. A. will criticise tins issue of the OnsKiivbu lie prefers Dallas.
i.red a tl rk -hip in tla* legisla-
by Miss Maini Hender-on, and a
give you a bargain il you w ill call
wish
it
success.
Luculhis.
j
tun*.
.
1
.
h
.
(
lark,
who
has
been
t
-ach­
too severely, us you know we have
song entitled, “ Little Joe,” l»v ¡tetta
and see them.
lollie, that was not llleks wo
been moving.
ing at the < ¡range Hall .M*!io,il, was l ‘oad.
UriilRport.
gave mention o f last week, it was
Mrs. Lit Hansieur, < ity Bazaar
•.
<)n
motion,
tla*
lust
Saturday
There is more or less smallpox in town Saturday. Mr. ('¡¡irk . i- a . Fe »ruary \. u> elts*ted us the < 1«
In any re-location of tlu* county • l i t r l t ‘.v »
liidepenilenee, lui> made a tine
.voui::: man oi ability as a i eiLk
- ui our’citizen:» intend to iiave the
selection o f woolen goods, rib­
throughout the country, though
Xt 111" '
T i: • ■ • .ill '
M>
riuutn left Sunday for
« ‘at at Myracusi*. Indepenili nei' and M< 'liflffjw b c r e sla* lias secured a
bons, buttons, article for limey
i
- il J tí ns on pay :,e'o , . \\.
t:lk:
yet, w e have not heard of a casein
Dallas, you no.d’ nt worry, you’ ll •.•o-i;i»W% teacher. Misses Cala-
work, remnants o f ixtslmiere,
■ the ono glving. t#i* and aiiswcivil.
Polk county.
neither of you have your wisiies nan, 1 ! d, and N’ anderberg aci*om-
prints, handkerchiefs, purses,
Arithmetic
was
e’uisen
as
thesuh-
beet returns; hence, we will n o f lie
\ etc. Give an early call.
Tin* teachers institure at Mon­
ji*et for consideration at next mei t- grati tied. “ Westward the star o f I anie I h '»’ to Salem. We regret to
surprised to learn of hi- chosingan- i I : g.
empire takes her way,” which is I* * her, but w hit h i« our loss ¡s their
mouth, was la te ly attended Satm-
good enough for us.
i
life
offeri
Citaban.
Th<*
conimitt.
*
on
programme
re-
gain.
day by tin* b arbers of tile county.
Jay Brow n has found K o f his In
In the County < '.»art .»fil» s
of « >r«*g m.
| end rewards lor tudious application. portisl I In* followin'.' programme for
Although the Ousr.uvF.n with all
Prof. ¡5. F. M ill key o f Bethel, re-
Feb. - id: M-say, Nellie » ollin«; rec­ missing i- th . Tiiev eamo home o.T i> , ivc In- left us, we are still hen*,
fir tin* I Vnuitv of l*o!k.
Kev. I.aye of Mocmottth, closed a itation, J. N . Hart; two recitations the mountain roiling lat. The snow
In tlie matter of ilio estate )
ports his eh noi m a prosperous
like,(i the O. S, N. S.; how long
of Win. Tatom, ileo mv .|. ri se hi .
very .-'.tivessfu! revival meeting last and some s mgs by tic Dixie school; at tiie* tan bark camp is two fe >t deep w e will lie able to head our column
condition.
M I. Kolibius. ailm¡s tor. I
Sunday evening. Tin* ordinance of nielle» Is of ti*adi ingarithne*tie. Prof. and as far as lite huniers could go lie thus, we ¡ire unable to say, but j»re-
To Sanili K. Tatom, Thomas Tutolo, M.ir-
: i » Gooduigiit caiMi* trae .- were still more westerly diet no great change,
Sunday was a
coutiful day. baptism was admini-terel to ten 15. F. Mul cy. M
ens Tatuili, Kate Klliot. Ih’o;-oaiiiia \\ i.i;
Itiilisr.l l'aiolo. K,leu Tafooi. lar Tal mi. More like a day in April than in candidates Sunday afternoon at In­ re ited ¡i -election entiled, “ A ion- The great value o f these mountain
We understand a street railway is
vict Ship.”
cattle rime's is often overlookeil and being tinkc I of between here and In
Willie Tal lin an i Fred Tutolo 're." in
January.
dep
ndcnci*.
Mr.
Lave
is
being
<
>
n
nimioii,
l!i*
a
¡
»a
ail-
very
little
capital
is
invested
at
nres-
lu U*" name of tin* Suite of Oregon, yon
Phis Is a thing much
»re hereby cited un.I r * j 11 ¡ r 1 lo a|.jK*ar in
cut in stocking them; yet there ih no dependence.
Tiie North Methodist Church at erowncil v. ¡ill mu li success at that jouriie |.
in edfil and will be a great aeeom-
the County Court of the S.a'e of Do .■on. for
T'b. • following »am 'i teacher- were ¡»lowing, owing, harrowing or fenc­ niodatloii to students, if accom­
the county of Polk at Clio < ' >1111 . in there­ Independence, is now making ar­ place.
in at leudan ee:
ing -nothing but gathering in the plished.
of, at Palla» in the county of I’..Ik . hi
rangements to build a new house ol
.Mollinomi» — J. M. 1* meli, Milli • Dmtgh- beef, and milch harvest.
“ Unde Dicky” Osborne of ( .».»per
Tuesiiii) ili. 5th ,ii,\ «il ìli,re!i ISS.). worship. It will make the sixth Hollow, who was m » ,-i‘verely crushed !(. Ms Ida <¡oo.Inibii . I» . -a i* i nan n, J.
The tmlciits hoarding at tiie «lin­
Our (*x(*. 'lent county school super­ ing
\\ . MiK'iilliK'h. II. k. Sinr|>hy. \. \. lim-
hall in order to show tludr ap-
at ten o eloek in the fmeno n of tha' .l.c . church building for that town.
intendent
is
rapidly
bringing
order
last
Thursday,
by
th
*
limbs
of
a
tree
»Ulti. 1' L. * aaitHH'll, .- . :• She l.l. \* i. I a H.
I I'eciation for tin* kindness o f the
tie n and there to sh
out
of
chaos,
in
ddliiing
accurately
A. d i'H("‘, W. K. Ilawiev, ¡[.
¡lindi:- ly, Mrs. Gross, presented her
whv an order of sale shoal I n . h" mil e
The Dallas band discoursil some falling on him, is now fasi recover­ Wurth, IN»«-
I 1.1 W i |' m 1 , m . ... Mil.» Wil lid HI .• > 11 , our « 'bool district boundaries. What
ia the adioinistrat >r's potiti hi pr r I for t >- splendid mu ic Sunday afternoon, ing. II-* had three ribs-¡¡.il iiis left l*. \
w
illi a nice moriNTo covered Bible.
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oillcer of the county lias equally im- Mi-'
wit: a one-third interest in Ilm I .il »wing 1
. lini - will long be rememlM*rtHl
•riliel premises to-ivil f.m .
:.
11 . from tiie balcony of the city hall. iegl.roken nec.r the ankle. Dr. (>. • r, I!. M. .- : i » i : li, W, ( ». ' ',», Ma Mawv. II. poi't.mt dutie- as that one, to whom by her boarders, as one whole-souled
i.u v 1 Muchly, A. J. llachanan.
1
c inter of fraet. block No.
the
instruction
o
f
our
future
citizens
1
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¡’
-
'.tier:
care.'uily
attending
him.
The weather was line and many in '
Dalia- siijh . itcyliol«Is, i1!.
I. m ¡acre.
In dig, who was very kind to all, es­
of Independence. Polk county. Or theme
die I'otliiis, Mary l’.illili.s, K. !.. l 'odili», is entrusted’.' 1 answer, nary one. pecially in sickness.
Parki r
i-'orguson o f Indeiien- .» N N.
north ti >2 feet, them e east g»l feet, thence joved the musical treat.
11 a ; ;. — ],. Noè- hi . 1 ,. s - 1 i . , ‘, \ <■ na
» itali hi.’ feet, thence w est
!'.■■ t ■ p...
County t',.'"k Coail issue. 1 intimagc*licoim’s denee, will eree! a sell and door fac­ •(( a » *i. li alii: • S a an il.
*'St«'Iht,” of the Xorthtrest, comes
of beginning; also a strip of land i nimienc-
I> VtlPM OItl AVI.
tilde, .elidi 'lie * Artie Pal \ r ! -on, Ague»
ing H rods north and lit fee ea*t of tlm to the following partic.-: Frank Chapman tory on the lot ¡!iat was used by the Deiiman, Anna Denmmi N
to tin* front again w ith one o f her
it
Hill
J
south-east corner of said frac: !•! i. a I, the... to Ida M. bran- hi ; Alhtvt J.liiljs.ii to Kilu Chinamen for a wash house. The ! I>. Hawes.
Fitvilln
l
’owell,
win»««* maiden iiutiiu wim
sayings euiitied, “ How to make
east Jl i feet, tlienee north ¿ < I et. tilde M. lax'kh*'.'.
llethttl
-
It.
F.
Mul
key,
E.
\V
.
Euiiuctt.
gentlcmc!
are
rustiing
¡'o.rtl
fellows,
I
smith,
mu
li
nn
in »irceli county, Uliki,
west JtU feet, thence so rh 50 feet to plae • .f
both end.« meet.” I f the dear girl
-'* '■•111 -Eva bee. ' lara I .ee.
Secretary McBride, in his late re- and you may expect to see them do- j Otli
beginning; also a lot on the r . . r e.ininien.
■ plnee M ary Alli-oii,
X| had consulted Mark Twain’» story S’ i |... L», 1 10. In l oiiipaiiy with her fuirent»
and famil; »lie removed to llliiini», when
ing S ro Is north and g*. -..d . : of t lie * ntth port to the legislature, says that “ the ing a good business.
: ! wl • bntlie \'al-l her fill ru'. Idi Fruncí», bida
east eoroer of said fraet. hloek'No I, them ■
■ Do....... Delle I 'lark. * allie lirodie, Minnie about the picnic party before she ■lu* m - . h nit l i year» o f age, and nettled in
north 4 rods, thence o.t-' to the .......... te levy for all purposes in lS-St» was
In<i(’i».)nileti ■, one of tl • w T "- Itrodie, S,'lidi., llolluud. Ardil, Petir-. Kale wrote her article, she would have I c¡- ti <»nivo. Minarci county. In the year
river, tlienee south t r ids. tlienee to place of
1-2U mills; ¡ind in 1K.S7, reached
I'" "T, Fannie I ortei . Tildi'Volkman, 'la.y I ceil a ' l e to h a v e q u o ted a very de- lsgs «he »«■ luarricl t.i Elder J. A. Powell,
awake towns of Polk county, is be- Iairetz,
beginning.
Jeiinui Tayhir, l.izzie Nadi/h, Aii« r
Witness, the If i. J. S. st . . 1er. 5 1 -a mills.”
s v r lp tiv e illu s tra tio n o f h e r subject, and In 1«'>1. limy with their family o ften
jj
, asking that tin* savug,, Sophie Oroiim l.
f —s- )
judge of the county court of the
Postmasters, at postoillees in vil­ people and municipal olHivrsof that
.—. ¡'.. Net-iiV SecnH-.nrv.
it L- ¡u v e r -c and refers t o i l d u d e children undcrtmik the Innx und is>rilim»
seal
«tate of Oregon, tor the e uinly
wii i attended an out door so
cia b le "»-k o f «ru»»!..* the* plain» t . O mrihi with
sociable
i
I
of Polk w ith the s- il of Saai lage- where ¡i newspaper is publish- town la* given mor-' authority in the
I.uckinmut«'.
iixli.iin ». Pausing in the lilac* mountains
court atllxe l. this 1 lith day of ed, have received orders to weigh all
and
sat
down
on
a
yellow
Jacket’s
■ ' ' ■ o
to Iniry tln-ir «lil<»l daughter, they weml
Jan. A. I). 1 ssp.
r
winter
•>« en taf tin ■ that ue.-t. i >:» • cwuplet read" thu.:
papers
taken
to
their
ofllces,
those
G
»o<l
enough,
Hillsboro
is
hadlv
in
A'U -t C. U. <'oad, ( 'lerk.
In • v.-.e nml finally reach Albany, biun
o ,,
mu
himore
grain
has
been
sown
than
J no. J. lia'r,
(Ml tilt ree list, circulating in the li -ed of sir a hi lpful iiiiprovm>'nts.
c.unity, Ori " hi , liF
i i f i‘
Scplciiihcr, making
Now the festive vellow jacket
. Attorney for Usiate.
was antieijiated, bi*sidi s mue'i of the
oil wlli.'.i —Hill »born Imi e] tendent.
weary trinci o f live month«. They »<’ttli«l a
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___ ___county as wc*ll as those
Tumble« to h:» light |units racket.
o
°
( b m t M f n-«i(|t«l
summer-fallow i» alriNuly plowed.
• •ralityiiig to All.
po-.age i« pai'l.
A young man tir re than usually
#Both end m 1 on that parSteuIar until th
nd which occur-
,
(or
, 1 in lh< year !-«•>. I» ochiukk I rwhled rt
Tin* high position attain ■ I and timo The play “ The III r de Dutchman overcome l»y tiny situation, applied Fail wheat is looking well, l»ut if we
_ ^
the llnic o f her death, January 7, ISSO, with
don’ t have harder freezing wild oats
uni ver» il ae,*ei »lance ¡uni approvai of , ,f
was rendenti in verv uè- "
fo r a lie :i.'• to wed, ai d win n the
*
lo-r eldest »on, F. W. l’owell, near Mon-
will also assert theni.*.elvt*s in the
Vi l i ' « o i«l riM h a .
..... th Oregon ....... ..
with tb«ld iiirch
clerk re ¡u¡rod the name of the fair
(-oiinng •rop
U r I am ready to charge of 11
« 1 •
1
»-'-in.,ii,,«u
»ttve know il, illustrate tfec vaine o f Tridav eve, and will l»e mp .it. d o.i one, ’th
I thal his
*
<•< mimi -h’li? ! i »« iii I ht ft»r tlu? l'»n^ | mmi * h t o f 60
'
About
a
dozen
men
have*
been
eut-
the
gate.
Wiw
1
gone
long?
thè qrialities on whieli il« « ucm ' - ìs Frida;, or Satur.lay of tic ■ vvi * i * k .
year*
fill
deuth
«•I
o
'
m
m
ì
her
time
o
f
prohution
mental machinery was so blissfully
liav-d ¡in,| arc abundan:ly gratifying
ith In
Vceommodating Upirit I ¡ ■» mecí on eurtli in her 70th year. Thu« closed a
The narrow gauge pa-senger train Intoxic'iP d F ■’ he liad for..". n him
eventful and worthy life*. The highi'at
t° the Cai. Fig Syrup Company.
moments Mid I attended dll >xy that can I k * pronounced up*»n her
wat« derailed Is-twwn this place and 1:1 1 tri;: e. N " - Tinll* c Hi-- q'.l •::«'. ■ the titffbor belonging to Mr. Lough- o n ly a l
life, te the worthy nini f 'liri^tian lives and
•
n
> yqu Intint a» well iw 1 rould.
Monmoutli, Monday. 'There was no followed this break, but it certainly
“Thank
you.
But
»eo
here;
wh
o
«
: .,i.«i
i
ni
t-i
«i
in.
Notice o f FinaJ S cltlem cn l.
damage, except delayed time.
calls for cigars all around.
...
...
,
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A itili* fi/itiv» wave hy the temiK'st lonir
fluì
you
*
l»<
I
tlie»*<
*
live
imi
ni<
n
up
#
|
ri\
•
I.
!..
•
.be: .
°
.
o
la tl»f ‘ matter
:
The city is covering tiie race near
nf the estate i
•
t » tile liitfliiMt Hcntrt for*.*”
Hweeisi out on the sun-Kirr1e«l shore,
_
—of—
. M. I». IIii'nliar.1, the corner of Oak ami Mill streets, *> with a suggestive editorial on tie* puny with another gentleman, inis
'•T«ii*v nn* li 1 1 llin ti’ i *<'v* h
r"
11 thesweet imieic that ever U given
»>»» HnMianl. deceused. )
A lin.
i . Hj a n uiltlloimi
Myth« » that huve m»«h.»l it beC.rw.
m ater o f taxation.
Th*» ground ! m ‘(* ii engaged this winter in digging
“ Iluinph! Who tin those p'-ople
a
8 . D. P owkij ..
--- the -mall boy will Itavi , to , g >
.
OTICE ¡» hereby given to all wli *»n it that
niav concern that said administrator elsewhere to l(*tirn tin*art na\ lgatioa. taken is progressive and appeals to out nome large oak trees in Pres. crouching bark again t the wall?”
!
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•¡•filed his final account with sail «state in This improvement is much nei*ded the thought of all its renders. We Holman’» field, which improves np-
“ O, they’re noUaly; just ordinary
James Fuyn, the novel 1st and cor-
»*' "»nity C.nirt o f polk 1 nii:''' i*r. : hi
pearanees greatly.
*01 a.li,.,| f,,r a (¡na| „'ttlenieiit of the same mid has been long demanded by the an: glad to -<*e any newspaper take
f .lks. I told ih *m I giics-od they n*s|K»iideiit, has ««nun to Lite eonclu-
(••ailing grounds <m «picstions of re­
* 0 (J said l\>urt hu» »et the hearing o f -aid parti«'« annoyed.
The painful monotony of our burg w < hi l«in’ t Ite put out if they kept «¡oil that the only salvation o f our
*! '
i" I'm-.I iv. Man h r l-- * at 1"
form. The newspaper should always was greatly relieved last Friday quiet.”
writers, and literary <*lass in general,
'Kiork. at which time anv ohj«» .ioiis thereto
The OBSERVER f<’r»,e i-;ai
Would be made.
“ \V< I!! W ell! W hy, you have r< - Ih*» in going to Issi early,getting ten
stopping at the Knteri»ri«e M-tcl, Is* found in the advance- not in the evi ning by Marry Wilson's ventrilo-
M. I> Mr biiikh Administrator.
. lit.... fn iu d h
•
iiiuglcio-jugiuri«» entertainment at fils.» I to : I low quite a nutnlsT o f hour« o f sleep, and understanding
and from the way the boy« arc grow­
,'wmr\ Tin itt . Attorney.
Frof.
C.
A.
Ban
r
the
crayon
i»»r- th«* Klkiiis school hous*. Among gyMM| p»«»pl»> to <-ome in at all. I • *. that the bmin work need» more com*
i»»tc I j a„. 9 iks : i ,
ing, ¡t is «afe to infer that the lar«' is
very tine. Mr. and Mrs. Peak make tn it artist, allowed ns to sec ami other strange feats, it may ! o f in- fhey are |morly att!n*>l, to I»” sure, ph*te and certain recujs*ration than
lt«‘al llsliite Tran-fr-.
criticise Ids la-t crayon portrait of torost to note that in all tin: audi­ but tln-ir re* onls are »hilnli-». What onllnary physical lalH»r. The oA c 0
H i'Sterling to Cha». McDonald J»*» acre ail 'edi.-¡eat and genial host and
Ml«« Jennie ! hi vis o f .tonmouth, ence, there eollhl I h * hut two lia 11 were you on earth, anyhow ?1
•>”
and necessity o f slei*p is getting to
l,„s
e
s
a
n
d
the
hotel
is
runs»
as
U
t
n*ar Italia»:
|i)n_
with
no de-ire to advertise tlu Pro* found wliosc combined strength was
I»«- bi tter appreciated.
Little is
“ I was a cliuit !i tidier.’
J W Leonard to W \V Percival, 1 lot» in make the guests feel p rfectly at
Insird nowadays aNnit burning the
home. The tone o f the hous* i- ft... r or make him nc dl« - y proud, sufficient to hold the magician» arm.
0 ■•‘Is'U lene,*; .Moo.
Oiitfnmrn frt»(iirn*ly r iinj»'#:ii o f tin •ir midnight oil. Ola«lienee to physio­
When it rains money, some men
J W Leonard to C W Ios.nard, 2 1 *t* •'» higlilv moral and the h< Ip is e..i- we will say that in perfection of ex­
I mi .-I kt »liavinz them t.► » « I'»-»., aiid Ilia fac
wJrjliideiKv; *-V»(i.
cient;*no Chines * arc employe 1 and ecution « » viewed in general effect are sure to have their barrel light n: 1 nock brpaz’ n;: «ait Into »iiittll |.ifvi}.|«—
• logical laws alone will ■■■able a man
John Rhodes und wife to J.i«|K'r K tin* lio.ise is quiet and orderly, wan I» or in »letail the portrait is the finest end up. Fork is high thl» y«~.«r, ««» 1 1 ! ar-i»-;.
. i :<• tin* fa Hu- to « - a;«* menial break-down at an
Rh,»l,r 33» aeres; jtsooti.
ag •. < «ettius can not overrida
¡. not often seen in a hotel o f its «zi». of its kind ever seen by us. It <1»»<- John Burns kilis forty hogs fatten««! *h" -have ■Il
.
* Franklin and wife i J A Veil. »», lot
credit alike to the Inauty <»rits suis mi chop frolli li:« own mill, and now Soi l hy \
natun*. It i-' iiiiponnlblo to turn
*\¡
Dan Van Fatten, from n»*ar the
*« Blau* Vista; H.125.
i«vt and the high artistic training *»f li¡» I«est sow ««»'lies off with seven­
A t «»in in the b k oftrn leuda to r*»inp!i- night into day, or to habitually do
frac,
of
unlit« Fall» was in «»ur office it» exe utor. Frof. liau. r is prrpar- teen pigs.
tliat tre limon« iiK Uitble. »ir­
,
lam.lreth t«» Elisa Foster,
,Lu.
—A . A . A . M.
two «lay- work in one.
Common
tilings
flourishing
In
tin
li Ki ln y T*‘ii « in*n »he Hr»t and prewnti
^ in Indr|K'ndciuv: llj»».
- - - ■■ i -
and r«*¡s»rt
work In thl line in
i
do
«»the
tin UU^r. it ix pMprlv vwrtiWr, and b* ••use and method un* bettor than
rn-ar -------- , , e
oiry Hi|| t,» Eliza Foster, o a(
i p that sto**k D in
Born to the wife of Jane » lioyd-
r'runted and !«i hy V. If. liu.tler, dnij^- brilliancy and judgement is, ¡n the
ertion witli his p< nmanshif
llyh« ri«Wm*': Ann.
itimi and ur«* being winter-
• n«(, aiii'ielof geniti.-.
. M'Kfll 'U ll
-on. a girl, on Jan. 27t’i *'•'>.
**
»nd wife to J F Jcrman, lot in
?>ut little ft“*d.
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