Image provided by: Dallas Public Library; Dallas, OR
About Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1889)
P olk C ounty O bserver ,
A ^ «-W E E K L Y
I'M .I.A S . POLK COIT\-TV
c. C. DOUGHTY,
o r i :». ON.
G E N E R A L IN T E R ESI
i r r i t i n TA P Y s
o r It r o i ' N T Y .
NO. 4 ‘*.
• ojfulur sii ' ***■!•* '..itU M .n l
iu t uglaud
— publisher or —
u»eu to get a attic worked up over them near the words originally spoken reprb-
Iter. Dr. J. E
uiund Cox has g ir en
or th . «UMO-. Ilou .shold U fa
1 ell, he duood with the famous accuracy of ma
to Act u. 1'luiu reople.
l.ew Wallttre*« story of »n Kt-rentris
which he witncr
chine work, und with a human quality
‘*-d between fifty and
Isglt-h Woiitan'a Career.
The custom of English royal families out all right, but ho wasn't going to yell of whieh it m ight seem that no ma
sixty years ago. H
1 » as riding along
Mrs Low M all ace In bar (vinous
a quiet road in tin
book. “ TI»o Repose in Egypt.” gives
SEMI-WEEKLY. - $2 Per Year. wich. England, wh vicinity of Nor- over-elaborate to a New Englander. Hut I Me had a crowd on the first tripi tion in the volume of sound, no loss of an
exceedingly flowery account of Led."
en h« was startled at the same time there i, frequently con- Avery body was there. Every thing any distinguishing characteristic. 'lTio
by sounds of an
.Mien bo rough, tho eccentric wife of <
quality and |>ecuUarities of the individ
¿Ô ü n V y O F F IC IA L
D IR E C T O R Y tion among the Inhabitants of an ad ■idermble simplicity observable, partio- |
t-oglish nobleman, who, emulatingtk
u. irij so the higher in rank you go. thing I wanted most was to hear the ual voice, every inflection and accent,
example o f Lady Hester Stanhope an
every interruption and imperfection is
“ rov.d family, although surrounded
, g. (iT O l'K K K K -
he cautiously crawled for a
Lady Mary M'ortley Montague, not t
Connu inai ner» 1 hundred feot
G W. >h LKN< 'l l )
t>y .nevitable form» and ceremonies, at was what 1 was waiting for. 1 had there with the same fidelity with
mention a French lady. Mine, do 1,
so. to a gup in the
« * M c BKK
every opportunity make an effort to !
IRA : SMITH
Tour d‘ Auvergne, w ho built herself t
of a grass Held, to investigate
tree themselves from those customs und him to open the door and shout out the features of one gazing into it. And
c O. CO At)
temple Oil tho top of Mount Olivet, anti
jury was restraints. For instance, if you visit
K T. H AT« H
seemingly going on. Th
lives there now, deserted her country
£ g. poWKIXj
••Beatrice,” the s|H>akiiig tube is applied to tho mu-
a Ernest at Marlborough House you will * e got near Bee-at-riss.
.Reprend) tati ve h rook at first i
and went to live in the far Hist. Mrs.
C. 0. KISHKK *
i«n ^ ® .io ,
LHred ver>’ Perky and nnd less formality and etiquette timo •ome people call it, 1 don't object to chine, and the auditor, standing distant
W allace says of her: line day she fled
PRO FESSIO NAL CAROS.
lower down in the that if people like it, but we pronounce by tiie space o f a large room, hears a to Italy, and. after years o f reckless
foe v or l,fty of an evidently indignant social seal
bueh haughty old dames it Bee ut-riss out there, to rhyme w ith speech delivered er a song repeated as living, thence to Greece. The House
JOHN J • D A L Y ,
f‘ ‘icrnity. and assailed by the
0f jja r lr matre-s. you know. Bee-at-riss. M'e distinctly as If he were in the presence
of Lords easily granted a divorce to
incessantly vehement cawing of an
borough and others of her style would uannsl ii after Sheriff Bowie's little girl. of the performer. It is the huking ma her husband, and the children re
outer ring, consisting of many hun-
not put you at your ease as do the
mained with him. By tho terms of
drt-ds. ea-h and all show ing even
Will promptly stti-nd to ull U- km I buslm--
I rince and Princess of M ales by their we got near Bee-at-riss. I was afraid quire long conversance to rid them the divorce a large income was allot
trusted to him.
greater indignation than was mani-
simple manners. A friend of mine who , he d forget about the white post, and I selves of the creepiness o f superstition. ted her, and she set up the standard of
O IC II.O V
fested by the more
»A L L A N .
lect number, visited them told me they entered the ^‘^n t " :int to have the w-hole tiling
The practical utility aud commer
wit and beauty, and tft it flocked genius
Even thy scout. hit hough hoverin<*
cial value of the machine are not yet
room where he waited them, unan- “Foiled.
W A lU tE N TltUITT,
nnd valor. She married again, u no
about in ull directions, were so deeply nonneed.
Rut he remembered it, nnd my heart decided. But It wilt find its place as
and greeted him simply and
bleman of Greece, from whom she was
absorbed in th proceeding that they
cordially. Only the first words ad just jumped when ho threw tho door speedily as the telephone and the separated by command of K in g Otho.
failed to i ,it ice th icir uninvited specta
dressed to them must he “ your Koyig
Determined to rival Chatham's eceer-
»A L L A N . ORKUOV.
tor. Alter a short time he manner of
Highness,” and need not be said again. college dude «creamed out: “ Bay-*- graph can hear tho finest efforts of trio granddaughter, she sat’ ed away
Will nr.ctlre In all the courts of the Ststc. tiic accused was
seen suddenly and Tlie 1 rince, in fact, particularly enjoy, troe-chay! Hay-a-tree-ehay! this sta oratory and tho dlvinest effects of
office lu Court House.
from Groeco to site what the gorgeous
completely to change; his head bowed, an unconstrained manner in those about tion is Bay-a-tree-chay!”
music reproduced in his own library
East is made of. Her ample Income
.I. II. T O W N S K N n.
ills wings drooped, and he cawed him; the eusier you are, within the
Members of families
I went into the telegraph office and at pleasure.
gave means of gra tifyin g a taste ex
faintly, ns if imploring mercy. The bounds of good breeding, the better he telegraphed down to Friezedale for the divided Jty thousands of miles can
quisite as it was luxurious servants,
min i- circle dosed in upon him nnd likes you. He talks little himself, al lynching party. And that’ s why you hold actual converse in place of tlie
carriages, furniture, plate, linen, a
though he makes an excellent speech
Office on Mill St., opposite Court House',
French maid, the companion of hs.r
»A LLA N .
<1H li<« O V leaving nothing but a mangled carcass, and address, hut he is a good listener, in Dakota, young man.—Ar. 1'. Tribune. The human voice und manner are changeful moods, even her little lap-dog
'l'iie whole assembly then set up a tre- | He. like all tho reigning family, speaks
made capable of preservation through
went with her. Th ere nro old citizens
P H Y S IC IA N S ’ CARDS.
SAM PLE ’ S ASSURANCE.
mrndous screaming and dispersed;
all tho ages. More than this, the
with a slight German accent, his r's be
f Boyrout who remember tho stir
practicability of stereotyping these
adjacent rookerv, ing very foreign.
How » "N ervy” »ru m m e r
N. I- WOODS, M. D.,
among an idle populace when the great
wax cylinders and reproducing any
H i . S to r k o f Ca.li.
greater number flying
The Princess, of course, speaks with
English lady landed at tho sea-port.
Numerous instances are on record of number of them discloses the nuture Her languages gave hor the broadest
It is even more of an accent, and, as she is
common^- known that rooks are ad quite deaf, she also is not much of a tho striking self-possession, or in the of the library of tho future. An enter range o f acquaintance, and she iiad a
D( h * s general practice in any part of the
County. Office iu Wood'« Drag Store.
em ploy a
dicted to pilfering, and that if the conversationalist.
There are people vernacular, “ nerve,” possessed by Sam prising publisher
,Tcnius for friendships. Officials of
robber is detected the offender is pun who think she has nothing to say. My Sample. Concealed under this pseu skilled elocutionist to read into tho rank crowded tho salon, a throne room,
,l. K. LOCKE, M. D.,
ished. It has been noticed that young lady readers may bo interested to know donym is a traveling man who has phonograph the new novel that is tho whore she spoke iu one evening
sensation of tho day.
rooks w ill often pilfer tw igs and other that her three daughters have been friends from one coast to tho other.
French, Italian. Slav, German, Span
The resulting cylinders w ill bo ste
Before ho lmd made his success as a
useful materials from the nests of th«ir taugkt at the Dress Reform Association
ish, Arabic, Turkish and Greek as
O ffice : Buena Vista, Oregon.
elders, with which to build their own to make their own dresses, which are commercial traveler lie was staying in reotyped and multiplied. Instead of readily as her native tongue. Rage
T J. L ee .
O. I> Ri
domiciles quickly, and, although they always simple, but admirably cut and Minneapolis for no reason whatever buying the new book, tho tired man of after page is devoted by Mrs. W allace
LEE & BUTLER,
are too cunning to be caught in the fitted. The wardrobe of tho Princess except that he happened to lie there business will purchase the two or todescribing the surroundings and life
three cylinders that contain it, and
act. only committing their thefts when 's kept in a large upper room at the and couldn’t get away. Ho was a man
of tho wonderful woman who grew
have his phonograph road it to him In
tired of Damascus and sot out for tho
both the owners of the nest are absent, Marlborough house, which room is
tho leisure evening hours. Tho meth
hills of tho fire worshipers, Bagdad.
Will answer rails from any point in the county. the robbery seems always to be known. lined with shelves, inclosed by doors. ing to a hotel he registered in an im
ods of employment are many already,
Telegraphic communication from Monmouth.
For guidance and guardianship she
M lien the crime has been discovered All the dresses are folded in large sheets pressive manner. In a short time he
Office up stairs in opera block.
was well acquainted with tho landlord, and now applications can be msde. In traveled with a squad of Anazehs un
HDKPKMDIK4 R. - - O ltK L O V
der a Sheik. Mrs. W allace does not
parently deputed to act on behalf of two or three maids have charge of a and when ho spoko of a draft that func
M A R K
I I A Y T K R , the whole community; they proceed to iarge and gorgeous assortment of cos tionary very promptly undertook tho accord with tho spirit of the ago. It think it best to tell names and tales to
gether, so she calls tho Sheik Aular.
the convicts' nest and in a few moments tumes of every conceivable occasion. responsibility of cashing it.
“ Just make out your draft,” said the saver; and tho economy of tiino is, His real name was Digby el Mezrab.
scatter it to the winds.
No servant is allowed to bo seen by
» .A L L IN .
landlord. “ Here, this piece of note above ull other things, a demand of In describing bim she takes occasion
At Dental parlors does any kind of dental
An Alpine tourist relates that durirg their Royal Highness, except those
tho practical generation. But it will
paper will do.”
work with neatness and dispatch.
to »ay that when you find the best
an excursion in the Swiss mountains whoso duty is to bo with them or near
Bum sat down and in a short time re fin.i its varied uses, soon to become Oriental, the exquisite grace of his
ho accidentally came upon a small
marked: “ Here’s a draft for fifty now,
Imaring, thosmnoth. patient, courteous
secluded glen, which was surrounded and men must hide themselves, but this
stand for the present as tho crowning
Ws. S avauk , Hanker. | M. M. Ei.i.is, Cashier.
if you will obligo mo —ah, thanks!”
of his manner,surpass thohigh-
by trees, and became the unexpected
“ But,” said tho landlord,
“ you marvel of science. -St. Paul Pioneer- est brooding of
witness of a singular spectacle, About I ists in all other houses of the aristoc
haven't made the draft on any body. Press.
remark of an k<3-
sixty or seventy ravens were ranged
There's no drawer."
qiinlntanco, who says: "T h o furthev*
M A D E H IM IN D IG N A N T .
Exchanges bought aud sold on «11 points.
“ Oh, that's all right,” said Sam;
Special attention paid to collections.
. . . .
tt'hjr an Arksii«»» I armer »Unwiia HU j east you go tho finer tho manner.
evidently reputed a culprit, and with estates sees a servant or a labor»!*, has
, • , • i
“ You know more people than I do;
First among the sens of men for polish
D ALLAM .
O RLLO V
.. 1 *
much clatter of tongues and wings, 1 him discharged at once, and should the .
¡and urbanity is the Arabian; next to
were engaged in discussing his alleged
D. T.S tanley , Pres. | J. W. D a wson , ( ’ashler.
gate. A young woman cautiously a|>- him the l urk; then comes tho Italian
. *'n purpose.
intervals they climbs the nearest tree or hides himself I Jt is
but justice t.) Sam to say that he preached.
‘ then * tho Spaniard and Frenchman;
paused in order to permit the accused
is entirely square with tho landlord
then tho cold, stiff Englishman, and,
Monmouth. O regon ,
to reply, which he did most vocifer
now nnd that ho could cash a draft for
lastly, tho helter-skeltor American,
“ No, you kaln’ t!” lie exclaimed.
Does h : en nil hanking business. Sight ously and with intense energy; but all nothing, if not eccentric. For instance,
five hundred thero to-dHy if ho desired.
drifts on N w fork, San Francisco or Portland.
and I presume California is worse
Deposits ret 1 1 ,vd subject to check or on certifi his
I —Merchant Traveler.
than Chicago, though I have never
cates of deposit. Collections will receive prompt drowned in a deafening chorus of dis tles are under the ground, and, except
^ • »
attention. Office hours, » a. m. to 5. p. in. Hairs
been th ere."
" N ever.”
Burglar Proof Safe, secured by Yale Time Lock. sent. Eventually the court appears to
H i g h l y I n t e ll ig e n t P r o v e r b s .
Lady Flllen bo rough married tho
have arrived at the unanimous conclu buried beneath tho surface of tho earth,
“ Go on away now. Clear o u t ”
Sheik in his tent in the desert, with no
Don’ be cm op’ lar. Do onpop’lar man
S URVEYO RS.
sion that the felon had utterly failed
The woman went away, and the witnesses but Arabs, and according to
ain’ liked by do neighbors,
to exculpate himself anil they suddenly perpetual candle light, or, let us hope,
Fit A X K lU ’TI.KH,
i De whitewash brush covereth a mul man who overheard tho conversation the laws of Islam. The bride found to
flew at him from all sides and tore him
went up to the old fellow and asked him her horror when she returned to
---------------- . . . ----------------
titude er spots.
pieces with their powerful benks.
IG N O M IN IO U S F A IL U R E .
Damascus that she had forfeited her
De man wot steals money fum do why ho had driven tho woman away.
Having executed their sentence, they
“ ’ Cause r.ho's my daughter an' nationality, and had become a Turkish
Address him at DALLAS. All calls promptly
Why College M.n Ar. Not Mach of »«no- | pocket ob his friends ain' no better dun
speedily disappeared.— Popular Science
didn't marry ter suit m e," ho unswered. subject Sho never repented of her
rr»a Out In Uakots.
»— ■- W
. II 11—
“ Didn’ t sho do well?”
' bargain, but made o ver her property
Don’ eat a h'arty dinner ef yer ain’
M'liy don't college men do well out in
W. I». W R I G H T ,
“ No; she flung herself away, when to her husband, and livod with him for
PARKER & FERCUSON,
Dukota? Reeause the country’ s too big hungry en have t’ pay for i t
Don' propose marriage to an old maid sho tnout er hit the nail squar’ on the j fifteen years, when she diod, regretted
for 'em; they can't fill up the room out
by tho tribe and by all Arabs. Sho
there. I ’ll tell you one reason why the oniess you want to marry her.
“ Don't you think that hor husband was devotedly attached to her hus
Truf am mighty, but he ain' alters easy
natives don't take to 'em. M e built a
l .W. D e p u t y P u r v e y o r ,
w ill make a livin g?”
band and ho to her. Tho w ife of the
plan*, specificntion» «ntl • •»limato» furnished railroad out there, me ami Bill Slearey to trabtiel with.
"ill do work in all parts of the county. Is
prepared to furnish all desired information in on application, shop two doors south of the
•• He mout do that, but a livin ’ ain’t j English Consul at, Damascus, who
De American citizen am a king in ha
—we’ re a progressive crowd out in Da
rw d to lands surveyed. Office in bank.
ci ty w Hier works.
O H K M O X . kota-one of the finest roads you ever own right, but he ain't got no subjects. tho thing. Th e felle r has got land an’ know her, said that sho and her hns-
I k H K I ’ I ’A l t F . M It.
■A L L A N .............................. 0 II K < > 0 \
De wise man leabs his winders on- hogs an’ hosscs, but the feller that 1 band were never apart; that sho kept
saw. It was only a hundred miles long,
and a hundred miles ain’t much in Da locked at night so dat de boyglers won’t wanted her to marry has got three o’ j his respect, and was the mother and
•Jucen of his trilKi. M’ hen she diod a
kota, but it was a railroad from top to Lev t' smash de glass t' git in.—Har the best fox-hounds in the country.”
•• Yes, but has be got any thing rare shrine wasoreetiHl in hor memory
bottom. M'e'd made a idle o’ money, per's liaiar.
me and Rill, nnd we about owned Zero
A S C IE N T IF IC W O N D E R .
“ Any thing else! M’ hy, blast y o ’
Tho romance o f Lady Kllonborough’ s
Valley, and when the country began to
ignunt hide, what do you mean? Look | life Mrs. W allace heard under tho
Nome o f It* P e c s -
get settled up we said we d give cm a T h * I ’ l i n l n ia o rl K t r ie a p ft h n a n n d l l*omii
b i l l t ie s.
here, you’d bettor go on. now. fur I pulins sung in a low, slow song by
railroad, and we did. Ih a t railroad
I f the achievements of science had don’ t believe it’ s a good idee to have
an Anazeh, who had no thought when
Co»* a sight o’ money, but it was worth
not already familiarized the people you loafin’ erbout tho neighborhood. singing that the w ife of the Americuu
it. M e didn’t stop at nothing to make with the age of fuble in which thoy
Any thing else! Go on erway, now. Minister to Turkey was listening.
it first-class "The Zero Valley & live, the rooms in which there was
or I ’ ll set the dogs on you!” — Arknn•
leeborough railroad ’ we called iL t ars lately exhibited in this city the perfect
W r e c k e d by E a t i n g C lo v e s .
all in’]aid and veneered, yellow plush ed phonograph, upon which Fklison
cushions on the seats, every thing tip has spent some of the best years of his
— •• W ell, Uncle Cicero, what makes
A physician of Syracuse says that
top. 1 wanted to have silver mount life, would have been crowded hourly you look so glum?” "Y e s , suh; to tell one of the strangest ease* that have
ings on all the seats, but Bill wouldn’t with an awe-struck multitude. Of all you the trufe, my ole woman has bo- como under his observation in prao-
havethut. He’s a thinker. Bill is. n*d the wonders of invention, this is un- gtin to mako buckwheat cukes and she tiee is a Syracuse young lady who is
he thought that when train robbers questiona v the greatosL
hasn't got into the awing of it yet, addicted to the iiabit o f chewing
stopped the train they'd tear the cars
cloves. For several years hor friends
M’ ith th nero principle of the ma aah. ” — N. - Y.
I to pieces, so we let it go at nickel.
and physicians have been fighting to
chine we w«.re acquainted years ago;
Well, I wanted a regular Eastern how tho sound waves created by the
properly dealt with, it would lie found, break her of a habit which she carries
road, with hrakemen to call out the »Ur voice in speaking or singing act upon
at least in our own favored land, that to such an excess that her life w ill be
tions. They don't generally do that in a sensitive plate o f mica, and are thence
“ Poverty and Progress” would not be the penalty paid. A t times she breaks
the M'est. you know. I sent East for transmitted to a vibrating steel point,
used as correlative terms by any politi herself o f the habit for a few weeks,
hrakemen. and I ordered college grsd- pressed dose against the surface of a
bestcrade of c o o d s a n d f a ir d e a lin c . is our m o tto .
cal economists. Th rift and economy but sooner or inter goes back to it
\iates, for I was going to have every cylinder of wax: how the tiny waving
among tbe luboring classes would go with renewed energy. She has been
All kinds o f goods taken in ex ch an g e i»>r produn
thin" the best 1 had ’«ra sent out there spiral thus traced is an absolutely
far toward the reduction of waste Im known to chew a pound of them with
all trained up ready for the first trip. faithful record of the emitted sound;
providence and criminal carelessness in in three days. A ll the chemists have
They was as fine a looking set of boy. how the process may bo reversed, the
regard to provision for sickness and boon warned not to g iv e her the spioe,
, m you’d want to see. M hen I « » I r a vibrating point be made to retraverse
old age; ard go far also toward solving and many of the grocers also, but sh«
into their blue uniforms, with their its course, and its movements be again
the labor problem.— Mrs. M. J. Uorton. manages somehow to supply herself
„old buttons and silver badges, they received by asensitivediaphragm , and
with It in spite o f th-i watchfulness and
— The young men and women who
did look encouraging. I was
made audible by a resonant m ultipli ran look poverty fairly sod squarely In i precautions of her family. The effects
now I tell you. and I said to Bm the cation of the sound. In fact, there ia
of tho excessive use of the spice re
the face, are too few.
M'e want more (
morning we was going to pu l out on nothing more wonderful or difficult to
sembles somewhat the effect o f opium,
of the young men who can wear old
¡ E l * t r i * “ BUI this I. a great coun understand about the principle of the
and her s«n»o o f taste has been wholly
clothes till they can pay cash for new
try ; we beat the world on every thing phonograph than about that of tbe tel
destroyed by i t — A’. Y. World.
ones, or who are w illing to walk till they '
---------.DEALER I N --------
ephone. But it will appear, none the ran afford to ride.
M’e want more of
wasn’ t so cheerful- He
* less, a weird and diabolical thing for
— All the speeches and aderssses de
are willintr to do
f e a t h e r - b r a in e d man. you know, and he years to come.
their own work till they can afford tc i livered during the past twenty years
don't often let his
\ The invention is now really per pay somebody to do it and who will live or so by Albert Edward are to be pub
I with him. I never knew h*m to warm fected. He who sets the transmitter
nncomplainingly in one room Ull they I lished. They will be known as the
at work and listen at tho ear-piece can I can afford to furnish two.
, ,,p over anv thing but Injuns.
prints of M ales. — Philadelphia Ledger
A CENTS FOR KAPF,
O R E (iO >
ountij (O b .s r r w
¿Home) and Counselop al L:
Attorney and lonijse
iiselur al L' iu .
Attorney anil C oiiiisc I ih - al Law,
Physician and Surgeon.
Physician and Surgeon.
Physicians and Surgeons
Dallas C ity Bank.
POLK C O U N T Y B A N K .
SHELLEY à VANDUYN,
General Merchandise. Bed Rock Prices.
^cultural Implements and Farm Machinery.
C o o p e r ,
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
d e a c e