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About Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1889)
Polk C o u n t y
DlMK S <*| u m L-
;vermig was s,? t at the r L h J
IlK H K V B O i r a .
Those w ho are not subs»*rilH*rs to work. It w ill lx* a gre*at thing for
Mr. and Mrs. J. V . ihu ipb eil fuv-
on-.l tlie O u s e r v e k ottiev w itli n the OiisKUvr.it, and who nxx-ive* this our farmers if it does prove asuceesst
as a sample copy thereof, an* rexpe*-
pleasant call Thursday.
Kichard Orsborne o f ('tH)|R*r H o l
J* J Williams, Nat Holm.in, J. F. texl to enclose $2 to this eitttvx* for the* low, w Idle* chopping wevtd was in
Urnves ami John tiratit, ntunu-d paper for one yr.tr. A n y one thus some way caught by n falling tree
from Salem Wednesday and report subscribing can have tlieir money and severely Injunxl. Dr. Butler
return d to them ut the end o f the was called and found bis ankle and
•ill <|uie*t then*.
Many newcomer« at
i f they have not had the worth three rilis broken. A t present Is do
it.v Hotel, biJt*-
Record ol' 1
f'iipt. lteynolels issuesl a temporary
o f tlieir money, and a»k its return. ing very Well.
eertitlcntc on Wexlnosduy to ('. E.
Tlu* O b s e r v e r for issti w ill be far
Mill new names are coining for the
John Stump we note, is painting
Moort*, o f Yam hill county, to tench
»W*ynH*o*m. AlLVüuoMh ' Ä
more interesting than ever U*ftm*. Ids new house.
in the* Butler district.
r a M í i ' í ! ,k" ' " m í wiu “ ***'■ leriihleTUp
K.\-sheritf Hall was at Salem the
You w ill like it and are a'kexl to or-
Jtmics Patom o f Monmouth, and
I liiM n c « « M e n tio n .
' t « - * near h ist o f the Wex*k.
t" T* » n ,«i Croa ley siui.,,,, 1 j", ,V,
ter dentist, Dallas.
M>ml in your items at auy time o f Holx*rt William s o f Airli»>, mnde the
It. P. Bateman and fam ily are*
^tv vviik ,r> Mere«nenr C ioh u - v < h « i „ !CM lu *■* the week.
O bse r v er otHct* a pleasant cull on stopping at Mrs. Davis’ private
Go to Henry Patterson for|x*rfumd
'■ H.eulUu,Uv.rluJsüe«.r.>..*!Ä lM' r “ * »
hoarding house* in Monmouth. Mr.
Gene Ila y ter forchenp gixxls,
i lie county court will I k < with us
Our Itu-inc. Uen.
Bateman comes amongst us well re-
! next wet*k.
i>»> to J. M. Campbell'« fur jremr wnll
The following is a complete
is kept busy these* days answering
list of the
and his fam ily carry with them an
1 lo -treels have almost U vuilustv
buxine — of llalla- s,i fj,r as » e
Bead our now advertisements tills
letters o f inejniry, from eastern peo appeanuie e o f reliiicineiit and intelli
during the* past wex*k.
able to observe:
ple, Aliout our beautiful climate.
gence* w hicli would insure* theht a week.
Dr. L \. W -, Is,.Ira« st ire.
Tin* F. M. A . store Inis new goods.
An 1. <>.(». F, hxlgc will lx*organ-
hearty we*lex line* to mir lx*st staaotv.
Bobt. (¡rant, o f Bridgeport, wa The* Sli-'i's Biltcmau w ill im m edi
It. H. Cull ns, (ileture gallery.
A fresh supply o f groceries at J. 1).
Z. K. Vaughn Jewelry,
in Dallas Wtxlnexday, paying liis ately enter the* Normal School and Irv in e ’s.
Kt-uton A Truitt, uierehauts.
''rc- Stanlev. of Mumnoutli, was ut home taxes to S h i»itf Smith. A Is > James will le*a great aixiulsltiou te> the
Trawlers tulwitute tlmt tlie Enterprise»
“ few hours riiu rslay .
W in. Pauli, hardware.
Hotel is the lending Lulls.* of 1'alias.
Richards, o f McCoy, visited tlie* ■vlioul and MH*ial eire*le*s.
J. A. tt augiuan, p<MU>fflee ami confectionery
Hrs. hx*«t; Butler
J, M. i «tnplx-M lias iu«t r»xx*ivext n larjjt*
pneumonia thmugLmih' enum^y
° f >lu'riff f*»P the sajjje purpose*.
J■ H. I.awton, barber.
Wexliicsday that Mrs. J. P. Frizzell «tm k of «all paper, lie invite* all Lis e*us-
toiners to call an»l examine it Lcfiire plir-
Hon. J. D. I ah *eame over from the
l*»tterson, Merwin, Nol-
< rider Bros., GrocuM.
diexl at Salem Tuesday morning at cliasing clsewLere*. TLe pi ¡ex* is n way
Ibtllus City Bank.
legislature Wednesday cvcninL'
VN I' A
i eif Independence* were more* or less I o'i*l(H*k. She* w ill lx* re*me*ii'be*re*d
Sp»x*tnel('s properly focussed and
Bunker Hirsch berg, of ]nde;x*nd-
A. K. Wilaou, <ir:i>fiuri»t.
l taking in tlie legislature this wexjv.
accurate ly tittexlat I lenry Patterson’s.
is at l'ortlund this week.
Gene Ilayter, merchant.
county, and was at Salem where* she
E very pair warranted. N o tit, no
Chinese New Year commenced at
T. J. Peak, Enterpritte Hotel.
wits sending ln*r cliildren to scliool. salt*. *
Sum Worthington, touelier at Mill |
Irv Wijtals, rai.lroH'l aifent.
12oV*hx*k Tuesday night. Tiiey gen-
Her dentil, we understand, was very
Freek, was in Dallas Wedncsdav.
J I. i
II I* Psttersuu is cna-tantlv reex*iving
erally eelebrate the event for 0'ino
lhvenscd was a daughter new gexxls. t all and examine Ins xt»«*k.
S ka Hi. v sdnon S t o l e n .— A very
- " ir -*ui wcut on a few days time after; but as the Chinamen arc
.1. If. T »w n sc mi /attorney.
o f Mrs. Baskett o f Dixie. She leaves
Tlit* 1*'. M. A . store have as cheap
quiet robliery has taken place in I n-
'c - it t "
i I lamina Licsdav.
not very numerous in Dallas, we* will
J. J. :I*aIy„.attorney.
o f general merchandise as exm
' dcpeiideiiee, says the t'm t Side, and . W h r rt n.’T ru itt, at tor m* >■.
I he transfer of pro|N*rty in Folk .miss tlie noise,
latter about 13 and la years o f age, be found any w here.
Felix No«!, flouritaff mill.
until this week w e have not been
Paints-, oils, varnishes, etc., ut
O o county since Tuesday has been light. ; The total number o f business fuil- to mourn her demise. The funeral
Bib > ek C hh 1. cash and door factorv.
permitted to g iv e particulars Jack« K. BiikUe, foundry.
B* I'. ^ hiteaker an 1 family were ures in the4'nited States in ¿he year starttxl from the* residence in Salem ¿Viiterhoiises
son linker, together w ith several
J. M amihbdl, f-uri||ure.
Henry Patterson has Just received
doing business in Dallas Thursday. 188S were lO.oSlf, an inrreas.* ^ f IJ.Vi Wexln*. - lay m o rn ijg at
Win. K^iiotf, jv-wt* er.
a new stock o f all tlu* la#*st novelties
families.rtxx-utly came here from Car-
I iist N’liiiunul Dank of Iiiile|x*mlence will ] over 1>77.
interme-ut took plaev at the* Haskett in the Jewelry line*. No old gixxls in
W. 8. . Fritìek, I n su run i e and Justice of the ° ’ x * m fur business uih I it new
Aliout Christmas Vace.
l’ rof. Hell, the principal o f the l .i>- faiuilv burying ground about 11 his stock.
Drop in and exam ine
OMr. linker banded hiatwife -? 1 Ktw and
IO I. WNwn, mhwH.
M !*>. Dunn of this phuv, was quite Cresile Acadcmy^rejiorts the* school mill's north o f Dixie*,at ¿ o ’clock pin. them.
two certificates o f deposit o f ¿dome
To tlie lailii*x of llallns amt vicinity:—
Mrs. Wia. Harris, Hiillltnsry and dpfciwmaking.
-ick Wexlne-day. Dr. Kirkpatrick, work
^•»S. 1 * 11 '-, shoe) 0ker.
Tlioso wi«Liiig stamping or embroidering
each om the biin.lv o f Curhondult* ui 0
siiKHitb.ly. This is one o f t In* olileO,
done, »all on Mrs. M. Ilayter, Pallas, Or.
j; K. skmi<it blH.^smith.
was called to sex* lie*r.
one of J. S. Cooper o f this city, and
We* w ill give* tin* renders o f your,
I'lie Enterprise Hotel always kee-ptlulr
li. M. Hill*- \\;l- culb'il lo visit bis sick
paper a few notes from this place.
tallies Mippli d witli thu IVr-Lesl and tLn
told her to put them a w n f litt *< m * u * T. B. lio w i dd, bla c k s ui i t h.
brotlirr at Prinaville, allei In- wm Will U justly entitlesl to such success.
!» .VI !-«tn w, liv fly and b ed »table,
Th * people hero have been fright I'est.
utten ling to I .... .
in lii* ■ .bi,'
safe place*. She carefully placed tliviwi
The editor o f the* Eugene* Journal, ened aliout smallpox. They seem to
No troublelo show you ourgiHsls—
in the pockets o f one of l^s vi -t'w, »K. II ii^ue»( wa;'itti i»h<)]>.
Tin* irrepn-ssiblc a *nz
Brown, the* Hanrisort B. Kincaid, is said to huVe* think it w as getting a lit tle to near Shellv A- Vanduvii.
laid it in the bottom o f Wes-ip Muii«- .t McDonald, tannery.
doc •* irl.. Palla- i- ¡u-tli pnmil of I .on. l»ex*a in the editorial harness in this to be* healthy, but since the*re* is no j The straight up-aiid-up storc-ktx*|>-
new eases at A m ity, tlieir fears have ers Shellly and Vumluyn, Indepen*
trunk and pih*d onltop o f it cl itldii.it J Av Mbirtwi, paint shop.
I'rc-. . 1 . s Cnoper visited his brother at state on the* same paper lon jc r than subsided to s imc extent; although it elenix*
,r. C. -^iith, saloon.
a ¡f dress goods, some not yet liunlt • W. -. K!kills, hotel.
-aleni Wednesday. AIsoJ. J. Williams, o f any other man in it. He* entered is Lest to be careful yet.
W e name for you w ay down prltx*s
Pallas, was at Saloni the same day visitina
up. On the 1711» o f January the
l^iit Hughes, shoemaker.
last *veck on his o(Uli year as editor
Since the good weather exam.lent*- ' on all our general merchandise. G ive
M. K wowm , meat market.
money was tir>t missed. Tilt* trunk
o f tluij jiaper.
ed, the* farmers have* started the plow us a cull. Shelly A Vumluyn, lmk*s
Nat Holman, livery and feed »fable.
J. L. Proctor is bask to Dallas
luuHfeen opened and the vest taken
Since my last, there has lx*en some dcltex*.
C. Hughes, shoe s'^<p.
again, lie* is engaged as a contract
away, but nothing else di-tur^iex!.
changes in this part. 1». B. Frazer
People who nre talkexi about, aro
la, was in Dallas Thursday. He lias
or Olitile* N. P. It. U. o
has-old his large farm near Bethel those win) go and exam ine the Him
John Grant, drayman.
Jiotiews were at onee given it? the
be*en visiting his old time friends for and lie w ill move* back in tlie moun stock o f artists material at Busters
('has. Gibbons, baiher.
James 1 laviijsoir of Parker Station,
seveniP bunks to stop payment on
two weeks and w ill leave* for In- tains east o f Bethel, when* be* Inis a I ndepeiidenee. He has a full line o f
Mark H a t - r, dentist.
was noticed on the streets o f Pulitisi]
the drafts but ¿11(10 in greenback-
NV-I. Reynolds, ('.»uuty School Superintend
home the* first o f the week. Thetow n farm. The carpenters are at work Tube's, Academ y board*, plaques,
ciuinot be identifiedI. This is a seri ent.
Call ami set)
site o f Dallas was taken up by Mr. building li ini a house* now. T h e) frames, brushes,etc.
ous rohltery and we* hope* the* thief “ Itemizer” and O bsekvek .
Monmouth wants* a milliner. G illiam ’s father in the year l> 1.7. workmen tell some* hard yarns about them.
the* panthers and Ixxirs bothering!
A. F. A f M., R. A. M., I. 0. O. F., Encamp
E. Ila y te r ’s is the place to buy all
may be* found. We* may lx- able* t»» in ut Post, A. o. V. \V. four churches, and L i There is a good Apcning for this line There is considerable **',n«ig.* in the* them from work at this mountain
tbe latest styles o f dress goods; tine
f my more ala lit this robber*- soon, as n - I A - adtmy m l Publki leko •’ * # TI m o f business.
couaty sine? then.
stock just received.
certain facts art* suppressed to assist c unity olUidal directory is given in an other
Nick Tartar o f Pi*(xl(*(*, was shak
W illiam Frazer, or better known
(So to Vaughns, Dallas the leading
ing liaml-.w itli his friends oil Wed Viry, foundry and tannery, arc all as " I'lic lc B illy,” is very sick and jew eler.
fear - are entertained for his recovery.
O. s. V S. c o l.I t v .
busy. They have good, genial and
A x A b s c o . v p k r
W a n t e d .—T im
B. B. Collins, tin* photographer, is
Mr. Cook, o f the firm o f Sears A*
W . It. H A W L E Y , EDITOR.
Several emigrants were landed i*n rustling malingers, that while* p ro - t ook, is quite sick, but lie* says lie prepared to turn out pbotogrnplis at
United .States Express Company Tire
Dallas in all its branches us gexsl us
licrc this week. They arc all look- poring themselves, build up a town. lias not got tin* smallpox.
filings that we hs\,* noticed this
scatleriiig dodgers broadcast contain
it. any part o f the state.
T I» ! t l i - :irc 111 niinii'S un roll.
ing for a home.
ing the description o f one S. F. llig -
The M. E. C. S. Sociable w ill be
For line watch work go to U. M
Tlmt Mi—c- Hiving, Hcn.lcrxnn, Pay ami
The Dallas band give* our business held in the City hall Tuesda .* even mouth Sunday. What lit* went for,
ens, an absconder. H * absconded a
I won’ t tell, but she was not at home Grant at II. B. Patterson’s.
Allixnn, ami Mi— r>. Stone* *ml a iln ruiv
short time ago with over SJo iii be- lilt lli-rllt.
nen a general si'n-nyde* Wednesday ing floxt, comniencitig nt 7 o ’clock. all tlu* same, mid In* cumo back as
A t J. I>. Irvin e’s Is the place to
That Jay wax sitting on tin* style sunning evening. The music was apjireeiated. A ll are cordially invite* 1 to *om * and mail a - a wet hen.
ionging to the company. II¡gen s is
your groceries, lnde|H*nelenex>.
described as being about 30 yi'*r- him— If la«t Mnmlay.
Ladies w ill
Mrs. Messenger has lieeome n resi
Mr. an 1 Mr-. Henry In m IN. and son W il help a good
Attention o f those who are taking
That there are 7 nr X new stuilents.
li-. arc visiting»). II. V. Butler and flllllilv. please put tkeir names oil baskets dent o f McCoy, and has started into,
w>lel; weight 1 AO pounds; m dsum
painting is txillexl to tlm full lin e o t
Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls bave* Ixxm on an e*x-
That Rom and I 'lair ara en mi .
dressmaking and m illinery.
build, about o feet s ¡flt4ic- I m H i , nr
tided II il11 1 eking try* through Califur- and the* committee w ill see* to re wish her success, for it is something! urtistic material at I I . It. Patterson»
'mast :«>- ia winter, fur tin* /.>-*< is gone.
nia ami Washington Territory.
would lie* i f lie* sbx»d sAwi^fhl; W*
that this town has needed very much. ]
Tlant “ l.m i W illis" lias nut been knmvn
Th e dry goods store F. M . A . w ill
James Ifelinick, one o f the* heavy
left leg is erooiwnl o a l —
; * !«►. *
For the space* o f H I years we* are
The bulls here nit* trying to raise
Mat >dun § «•• walking Mnmlay after- taxpayers of P o lli county, was here* to have tin* figure !i in our years, and money to get a bell for the church, g iv e you a bargain i f you w ill call
knee*joint; w alk* on likp^eeji*
settling with the sheriff Tucs lay.
hopping m otiwi; right V lb J
the oceullsts, wim put so much stre-s . which is needed very much, ns some
Mrs. La Uansleur, City Bazaar
,**«m the p
second thiffiar »«rw u xl anti-SMSd# »ll*».*!s halls.
Iiulependeiuxi, lias made a Him
II. ( ’. McTiinmons eume up from oil numlxTs, predict tha* tin* condi- getting out to church, and some so
selection o f woolen gotxls, ril>-
Nh i -e MH U.nsh’s fr uit gate lias been re- Portland I n -day, w hen* he lias tion o f mankind w ill I k * greatly im- slow that they never get there at all,
brown hair; cimn*, >k*«fcflft
bons, buttons, articles for fancy
-?*rved as E. s. juror for the past two ! proved over all past times during
ersjiare face, lut**r<l »ay»»* nwm*,«i6iwi»m»i
work, remnants o f exist.mere,,
'.Shan \ e e ^ •r" \vt- arre-ted Weelnesilay
brown imista<4iv, o'slum wl'-»' mm ,
months. He* says Portland treated this pe*riexl.
prints, handkerchiefs, purses,
kwrgü iif murilcr.
Senator Hatch’s stock bill does not
Prof. Hauer lias had the greatest
etc. G ive an early call.
except usually a w e l ’ * grow
•(», ? b;i-J> i- w"t served by the Grom ut the him well, hut he thinks home a lx*t-
take well with tlie people o f McCoy.
ter place. Henry Butler o f Mon- succ.*>s in organizing his class in
Which#* <]uit ■ dark; o f a j^v'.ael *»#»•-
('un you imsginc any Ailment tlmt will
rapid penmanship at Monmouth,
v is - i ¡nv.il!, awful lune-
make u good iintured person xu peevixL, dix-
A ir lic .
position, usually smile- vvb»w»i tositk- • ir«M
mouth, eame home on \\ exliieselay.
,,ul,ns he* can in-
- itlslleil. ill tempered und cranky ux Lillioitx-
mg; usi»s t'«Juaev*i lit* vly» :miuk ■ wp **
shipping on the up|H*r W illam ette ' struct, and reports himself highly
ness? Tlieru ix no reason, wlmtever, wliy*
i esjuy this fine weather.
.Joe Tethcrow and w ife o f Crazy mu* one xLoeild xulfor fhein liidig*xtiini, Py*-
is said to be very quiet at present, pleased with the progress.
-*,ii..» . i- -till at Salem.
»station, were visitin g in the city the |x*psiu, Turpiil Liver und Ins- of Ap|x*ti(e\
hi Wednesday to rpj,f. (>. K. A* N. Co’s, boats are* till
F. lv. Hubbard o f Syracuse, was * II rst o f the week.
I ( . W, K*xr went tu
wlien Pr. Henley’» Piindelion Tonic, wldch
F aiw + w ;> wi , P a r t y .— ' » pm* oPNavr I v-WMXT file legi-iokore.
every one knows isu certain cure, coll he so
ing nothing, while the O. P. Ixiats
easily uL'ulneel. Hold by N. it. Butler,
O bserver olllee. He is a firm stip
Where *l*.l J'iku gel
little M mnioutii friend- send • u- tin**
are doing Risaltali ■ there
is to be (tone. I((,rt),r
captured a catamount last Sunday druggist, MoniiioutL.
folowing report o f a narty given l-c
Lillian Worth i» vixkiag at Eugene.
Rev. J hi. ( »shorn.* has he*c*n hold-
, .rii„ i v i Review : It is intimatesi
her friend, w ho is going to live at
There w ill lx* a grand bull here* on
Mr T. \V. Parr, lather of our fellow-stu- ing meeting in the Baptist church t,mt t||(,r), is
or^anixt-U band o f Friday evening Feb. 22nd. Every
Tacoma* “ A t Monmouth, Tuc- lav dent, C. W. Harr, vi-ited with him Sunday.
of tlie Stale i»f Oregon,
I he* ordinance o
o f f bap-
,mP* t |,orst. thiev<*s located In the northern body invited.
fur tin* t'utility nf I’olk.
< . \V. Howard is practicing with the choir this week.
niglot n fiprcNscIl party was given by
at Ind.*ix*iidi*nce preparatory to the dedica-
( 'lias. Hamlin lias been quite sick
*,' m ptirt o f tin* comity, who subsist by
Lillie.* Link-inx* to h e r friend*. An tiiiti ..fiio* I.**» (burcii netti Smelai.
of Win. Taloiu, deei'iiscd, > Citation.
Wednesday to one candidate, in
taking horses off tin* range and eon-
M I, ItuLLin-, odndx’tor. )
mjeivial.ile*. evening wa- spout in
A Iiimiber o f Student* changad rooming
ent w riting is reported as exmva-
To Suriili E. Tiitum, Tliomux Tut*iio, Mur*
game.-, etc., and all went and hourding plac - l“ -t Monday.
eiix Tutom, kute* Elliot, (Icorgexuiiia Walker,
The Wcbsterian» at the r next
The ( H is e r v k k being a nice and Kii lmrd Tutom. Ellen Tatum, Mary Tutom,
boine w-iith happy hearts with the
lirfolltd, ! 1 lilt the track near here Wtxlnestlay. ¡nto the ixniduct ofthis alleged bund.
Tut om and Ered Tutom, grix'ting:
will eilbalc the 'tuc-tioi
clean sh eet i ' beixtmiiig tin* lending Willie
best.wa-l'p - fur Miss Lillie, Tho-e* , Murmuiii-iu is More ol t ( uímí Timi»
I I I tlie name of tlie State of Oregon, you
w ith our nre Lereliy elt.xl mid reipiirixl to up|x*ur in
Conductor Smith and his train were
w ’ ord comes from San l-’ranci-*o pn|x*r o f the county
preseig vi*,>rc: Victoria Bat z ■»*, Het- Slavery.
tlie < '»unity l 'inert of the State of Oregon, for
j|)(, O|)f,,.rvatioii o f railroads now pextple*.
Mr lir o - a u 1 wife, » b o havelieen “ u|x*r- not delayed blit a few niinut'«, w ben
ta ('<mdv Wlil* Waterhouse, B rtim
Tin* elite o f the city gathered at tlie eoiiotv <>f I’olk at tlie ( 'ourt Room tlierc-
a tendency this year to eini-
inieiiiling Mu* d h .ii«.
at Pulfux in the eoimty of I’olk on
Collin.-^Editlr Brrcivnl, X tra But Un ir pusàioii. ill"» Will bave tor tlieir
the* • ty hall last Friday night nisi
A t a quarterly conference o f the j,n,p. to Oregon and Washington, triped the light fantastic until tin-
th»* .'»lb elay o f Bareli I hh O.
ler. CliHsepftu.* hrelaml, G»*>rge Mur
W.irren tmw -up* intends tiif ball.
iti fen iJeLx k in tin» form.mn o f tfmf day,
M. E. Church South, at I »ixie, Jan, w |„.n* farming land cauls* taken up wee sum’ hours.
phy. Vaii.s\’l»a't».*lihpii'<*, Eudie Iaink-
U-t Monday, tbe narrow gauge train w»- 2 ith and 27th, Hew J. 1' • < ‘nilg, o f or purcimsexl at reasonaldi* pritx*s. It
und tliere to «Low exmxe if nny tliere fie
It vs. Oslxtrne* and Bailey w ill tLen
why an oriler of sule slioutil not lie made ax
v ,vine: Mi-C- H wing an 1 Hciniers.m u»a> ,
tre*e, andrjx i unJynjnitt.”
Albany, prt*siding elder, prtwhed to ^ singular tlmt such word should
ill tin* iidmiiii-trutor s |x*titinn pnivixl for to-
s.imeftlu- traci, a»' nit a ...He
‘ ■'roVufbcTiuil w.i-'.l.*.1.im-l a.iuut Hire a large and interesting congregation
f r„in the South, w lii li lias morning and evening Feb. (ith and wit: Aonc-third intcrexi in the following de-
XH'V • PtOWHiiwfc Senator
W ager ::: " ''s iV im i'.u.ic,,:-
7th. Let every lx sly come out.
s< rilx’<l preoii«i*s to-w it: ( ‘oiomeiii iiig at the
•'f l iiiat>Ma,*it is -aid, w ill start a !;.;,ai,Kxl tbe la.«.*. w.bile .be* -laiimgc wa Ixitli (lays. One person was received |,itL«*rt<» enjoytxl a monopoly o f
Married, nt the* residence o f the S. \V. .xirner of fruet. Iil»x*k No. 1 in thetown
liide|x*ii<letiee, I’olk county, Or., thence
into membership. Hev. Kelsey o f tidal waves o f population.
brides parents on Thursday Jan. 2ltli of
!H*iyoc*it$bfdai!y in l'o ftla i d. Also bei ig repaired. :
mirth 102 feet, them e exist Jtio feet, tlienei*
What's the matter with the cantata i* a Dallas, is the n*gulnr pastor o f Dixie , ..T h|„ |s dimply awful,” said the Mr. B. A lb riek crto Ida Watson.
DU fees, tln*iic .* west ixsi f.*»*t to pluae
l"*. H. FKig'g.vlate proprieti r o f tin*
; .aro. I and l»nllas, anil other points in t it muvor ,,f Indianapolis recently, the
D hiiu * rumor says that there is of lieginning: uls»iu stripof land commenc
Ht* lliieiiswdftV, w ill start r. w eekly
ing s rods north and 114 li*»*t euat of the
*.* but he ;•* a »'I! »<>
provocation o f which was the a|>- soon to lx* a wedding in town, in south-.xiat corner of sai»l fntet hlock 1, thence
Paper at HiMisboro. It w ill lx* (icm-
The JitveiiileVx’iety will at tb<'ir
Wliilt* in Salem the O b s e r v e r p«*aninee before him o f a timn cliarg- a young man not far away are the east 24« f»x*t, thetiix« north 30 fex»t, then ex-
wratic in, jAilitics and the* second
we»t *_’t!t tcet. theuee south dd f»x»t to pluee .if
had tlie* pleasure to visit the
w jth vagrancy’ , itse lf an everyday participants.
Boys get your tin Is ginning; id«»» a lot on the river iX'ituneOe -
l’;ll' r in tlie. county. *» mr d. ni- M rc Kb wlyslge’
ing x r»«ls north and 20 rods <x»st »»f the south
night school, Ix-ing run hy Messrs. (K.(.nrrenee; but this vagrant, e hargexl cans ready.
seem .'mg iban *i*y • ¿S1 ' ’
The Chunihcnn society w ill wres »-a«t »xirner of said fruit. I • J ■ >, k No, 1, thence
to be getting,-' in» earuc-t in tin- .' -j-ivc lv.-ular month y
as held rinn-« lay U'Mirk. Myers ami Wright. Prof. wqth lemlinga blind negro from -tore
north t rods, then* e exist to the Willamette
•ì.i'l.r.i'RV' 'A—'*1 ia"'"1
Roork is the Unitarian jmstor and to sjor,. und salixni to saloon and tle with tlu* follow ing question next river, t lienee south 4 rex Is, thence to plot« of
W'e.uiliu-tln in pro-;"■rb.v. cm i... i-* in Mi* cn*pe*.
Saturday evening, lift'd ret I, “ That lieginning.
w ith liim the eop;»crs o f the exainty seat should remain at
' organ- ¡, as practically useful in his ela-s
•*. |. ‘ V review rlict »ri.* class lia- W
Witness, the Hon J. H. BtoufTer,
in the library n">m
white paraslteof n blind Dalln*;.M Affirm ative: J. A . Stunts, ( ---- j
jmlge o f the county court o f tha
lU ftV A B Y 1 »t*!,? - Chi-I > ilLi-Lan.l
.m l ■" ¡t-' ¡** ■
stute of Oregon, tor the 'county
II. M. Berry and It. L. W illiam s;
"'ill give a -M-ial ilan -i 'a t .'tili* .I'itv ' Ic-: H*u« .|ll!i»*l »n tbeu.igm bismrv
I - - >
of I’olk w'itli the Seal of said
nxider* and sjieak highly of him a- a few years ago H arry was prixecu- negative: ( E. Stoat*, Kd. Berry
ixmrt ntlixed, this 10th day of
lb‘il oh February M th j- Tie; " “ »'-* J
¡in.I Dora William s.
Jan. A. f) lxsil.
for the e\ ning w ill be all that enn I k *
\cr> mt* ' lkll.;ltt( mi.-t. Tucsluy a „ instructor in ^liort hand. Prof, tor for Marion county, a power at the
Atti-st: C. (J. Ctxwl, Clerk.
Mvers tix.clu's |s*nmanship in the |n,|¡„n;,|M>lis har, a young man to
Jno. J. I>aly,
J J tod for,M U tetm od h M a * »n eu n .
èitv se hixils and 1" highly qualified w tMHe rt|s*r ytx,rs the govem orsldp
Attorney tor Estate.
T. F. Gunn o f Mo., is visiting his
orchestra as enn is* fomid anywhere. s|,i|, at ilu p1'1*1" " ;
in all resjiects. The sehes»! is a sue- (jr genatorship o f the* state* might unt ie, J. II. Hampton.
A general Invitation is extended to -um l bc »»«sj ^ 1 --- — u-.,t sh<>n
i.r u t ily ia g to A ll.
<•(•— and tlie chis- now numbers 2- |iav<>
dcemixl no improlwble
W illie i limes, we an* sorry to say
*11 to ix »me and enjoy a sexial even-
The Inst number <»
« f tbe
Tim higlt (sisHion attainetl and the
voung men and women, who are act- contingency. A few years ago tin*
universal iuxx*ptiii«*e and approval o f
Ing witli thein. Tickets inelutling u,,online contains engra>
is still very low.
^iTic bui'l'dings o f On*gon. incliid-
ployed hi the day in some futun. ,,f tin* vagrant wits far mort
supix r |2.
W . II. Dexter who is stopping at the pltxis.mt liquid fruit remtxly Hyr-
-. » «.».Ountliirv.
promising than that o f the m ayor
up o f Figs, as the* most excellent lax*
„ g the
Mr. Hampton’s, is s«x»n with a swol- ative known, illustrak* the value o f
A NEW ClH’ RC
the einalities on which its xuix-esal*
utli, to Judge I r.i
culprit. There is a le —on con- cn eye. poison oak is the cause.
**rs - ...
of the North •» .
itn| city, accom|«nied
atiion^r the m enila.
o f f buildin
building anew Halem.thee.ipi«
with l j ^ » ' „„„¡.ic r.t
Ul ldle «V Kaye’s grubbing ma Ixt-ixl and are* abundantly g ra tifyin g
Alethodist Church o
‘xiVto bt *i.Vanother taim xlii, th eals.ve which n.x.1- no
t i the* Cal. F ig Myrup Company.
mui-x* 0f v>(irslii|
chine, we understand, Is doing line
v «* g «^
tr a f its Ä .If ’i m l em
, e w n . r e e s ;;. a , ; . r - 1
m in tin g out.
’'i’irit that moves the action i vVrv
I,oust* for hin.s»df.
«»nm endable, and w ill no
tun* now in -cs-ion.
W e st .—T here is every
tlmt f in i” ration
tlii i year,
■tore than ever
. . . . < >nr
„1 estate men ureal read v beginning
,rri(liii under tlieir Inrge* load o f
rn.M«mdenee o f inquiries about
r own W illam ette valley, and we
ou> expeet a lurge em igration. The
* following account recorded in the
Riverton A w if I-1 one o f tlie many
favorable opinion« o f this goodly
lountry: “ W . Estes, form erly from
Colorado, now a resident o f Silver-
toil, railed Thursday. M r. Estes,
who is (HI years old, says the regret
of lii.s life is that ho did not come to
Oregon twenty years ago. H e is in
corresponds-neo with relatives and
friends, a number o f whom w ill start
for Oregon Justus soon as they etm
dispose o f tlieir property. Mr. Ivstes
is greatly pleased with our m ild w in
ter, our beautiful crop* o f grain,
hops, fruit, etc., and thinks this
country ought to s u it'th e most e x
acting of persons. H e has purchase I
a good farm, and some land near
town for his sou, whom he expects
soon to Join him.
K r,kp* tri: k Tu‘^ luy. by the
who are contributing
their mite to the building fUn,l ,,f
1 »alias will grow this year.
It rii tu Mrs. Moiitguincre
the M. K
Juu. 24th, a
t hureh North of this place, 1x3 V
T .iey meet every two weeks
tuen rejxirt trade
enjoy tlieneelvcs and