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I mat. noa1 Estate Transfer.,
I UABKIAGB LICENSES. '
3 ,? r Jlurdock and Josephine
"""kler; Jack P. Benton and
S p Harrison; John Whitemore
S . ,iriihv Mltohell. dn.
(a 01 nca""''
, mhn nohonnon appointed ad
" tor; bond fixed at 12,000.
jlnKtro R Knower, deceas-
WILL NOT ABANDoTeFfoRTS
ui Hhvi.,1 ki,,.,,,;,,
nrt nnnralaement filed
.,.t,m of minor
,amZ run. deceased
report fl e u Bchwarti5 ae.
EftaIe. , .,nt net) for hearing
Lo G. Drake, a
.i...n.ri S. Drake appointed
' . pparce et al to Jumea A. Web
.... n eres. t 7 a, r 4 w, $2100.
'? B Slapl' ton et al to D. B. Staple.
in acres, t 8 a, r 4 w, $7200.
lecne Hycrly et ux to Gerhard
J ), lot 1" Dallas. $1050.
Zter h. Too-ze et ux to B. W. Rob.
1 land in Fulls City, $250.
, i Moore et al to B. P. Rowland,
in Itlrkreall, $1200.
j A SperllnK et ux to David R.
BKMpII et al, 320.93 acres, t 8 a, r 5 w,
Martha ..r..v. Ja.
UtOaleb et ux, 20 acres, t 8 a, r 5 w, $1.
A, Dundas to C. H. Gronvold, 96
tell t6s, r7w,
Sam A. Dvls et ux to C. M.Gron-
vold. 108 at'r's' t6'' r7 w' 4880
Amos H. Holman to W. J. Stow et
,s, land In Dallas, $1800.
Shower for Miss Hull.
Miss Carrie Evans gave a mlseella-
,1U8 shower at tne dellKntrui country
home' of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
pan Evans, lust Saturday In honor of
jis Edna Hall, whose marrige to Mr.
Victor Ballantyne Is announced to
ulie place tomorrow afternoon. The
jflrrnoon was spent In playing games
md In llstenliiK to cnoice musical
Minliera. Dainty refreshments were
,hw1. Many beautiful presents were
Halved hy the bride-elect.
lhle supply of ,,,. ' moxliHuat-
-"I'lJiy or purc mountain
water at the mi, nln S,llnK
city council has Z the
andon the to
account of its inablm toPmZl "
the bonds aecor,lln to thJ 0f
Ions of th ,.i. .J". 10 th. Prvis-
Ctv New. "'"r' 8n's "e 'nll.
In Its efforts to Inutnii
water system, th
looked no detail, wl . . " Ver-
that wa. t klln I()okinB to- y s ep
of the bonds was reel,,- . ... " .
It was Impossible to find a buv
rate of Interest could he m,i ,
ve per cent. The rZ
that no city bonds bearing a w
thin- . , 18 the n,b- wlth every
... cu,csg ,r tne Contra(,tora
it seems impossible to secure the nec
iuis ijl interest
The council has called a special
election for the purpose of voting an
amendment to the city charter, there
by making it possible to dispose of the
water bonds or any other bonds that
may be voted, at a rate above five ,
DOCKET ENTRIES ArFmaDE
,""W(,a"""" Adjourned Ses-
N L Z' ?' I!lnenam Plaintiff;
mandate ' fr f1eft. Decree on
e session as fol-
BRING YOUR PENNY STRIPS
' r.-si.jiw,,,, fluir.li Will Entertain
Contributors to Organ Fund.
After the amendment to the char
ter is voted, another bond election
will follow, and if no difficulties arise
work of construction will commence
with early Spring.
Evelyn M. Grooms vg
Grooms, divorce; B p
Plaintiff. Divorce ir.-nnt,i
voroealLr;11VS- ' R C""- -
granted. aerend'lnt- DiV'
Jacob Glrsi.urger vs. All Whom It
fr P!a'ntift- Decree regis:
..... uo prayed Tor.
John H. Putnam vs. Ellas D. ttay
suit in equity; G. G. B,Bhttm and
car Hayter for plaintiff; E. M.'Endl
cott for defendant. Taken under ad
visement. Violet A. Kersey vs. John G. Brown
partition; Oscar Hayter and M. L.
I 'pes for plaintiff; L. D. Brown for
defendant. Demurrer overruled; de
fendant given 10 days to file answer to
amended complaint; plaintiff given
until December 5 to renlv nr ntw,i.,o
Augusta Schutt vs. Wllli.nm Snh-.t
divorce; Carey F. Martin for plaintiff!
Dismissed on motion of plaintiff
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pres
".vienan inurch will hold Its next
Penny Strip Social for the benefit o
the organ fund on Tuesday evenlner.
Jvovemuer 29. All persons having pen
ny strips, or those wishing to contrl
bute to the fund, are cordially invited
to e present.
A special number on the program
win ue an illustrated poem entitled
My Uld Sweethearts' Faces," In which
thirteen persons will take part. This
will be one of the pleasant features of
A. J. Ijingworlby Dead.
' A. J, Langworthy, at one time
merchant of Dallas, died at his home
in Portland, Friday, aged about 85
years. His son, Dr. Perry Langworthy
is a practicing dentist in Portland
Mrs. Mary F. Lee, widow of the late
George Lee, resided with her father
until his death.
Card of Tlinnks.
To the neighbors who were so kind
o my motner during ner iasi niness,
1 wish to extend my deepest gratl-
Sale of Itond.s.
Notice is hereby given that School
District No. 2, of Dallas, Polk County,
Oregon, will receive sealed bids for the
sule of $10,000.00, 5 per cent semi-annual,
Interest bearing bonds of said
district, said bonds to run for 20
years, but to be redeemable at the
option of said district, on and after 10
years from date thereof, at ahy semi
annual interest payment date. Bids
will be opened December 1, 1910.
II. G. CAMPBELL,
Clerk School District No. 2.
Drs. Frcrzo & Rico are Export.
When you want the best eyework at
moderate prices, go to Stafrin's Drug
Store, every second and fourth Wed
nesday. Eyes examined In a modern
dark room Insuring good results. Nov
ember 23, December 14.-
l'leasant Birthday Event.
Mrs. M. M. Ellis was treated to an en
joyable surprise on her 67th birthday
last Saturday afternoon. The surprise
was in the form of a Handkerchief
Shower. About 40 ladies called during
the afternoon, each bringing a hand
kerchief. Mrs. Ellis received 51 hand
kerchiefs, quite a number of them
coming from friends living at a distance.
Many Attend Auction.
The auction hales at Shore's De
partment Store are attracting large
crowds every afternoon and evening.
Mr. Shore is the auctioneer, and his
manner of disposing of his goods
shows that he thoroughly understands
his business. A big hole has been made
in the stock in the last few days by
Skating at Colosseum Rink, Thurs
day afternoon, November 24, from
2:30 until 5:30.
t'nion Thanksgiving Service.
All the churches of the city will
unite in a Thanksgiving service in the
Baptist Church, Thursday morning, at
10:30 o'clock. The Rev. Edgar Miles,
pastor of the Presbyterian Church
will deliver the sermon. Special music
will be furnished by a selected choir.
A large attendance Is desired.
Regular communication of
Jennings Lodge, No. 9, A. F, &
A. M., Friday evening, Novem
ber 25. Work In the M. M. de
gree. Visiting brothers cordially wel
comed. By order of the W. M.
J. C. HAYTER,
All notes and accounts of the
Adams-Brobst Company have
been turned over to me for ad-
justment. All persons knowing
themselves indebted to the
Adams-Brobst Company will con-
fer a favor on me and avoid a lot
of extra trouble and expense by
calling at my offices in Dallas,
Oregon, (over Stafrin's drug
store,) and settling the same at
once. We desire to straighten up
these matters as soon as possible.
WALTER L. TOOZE, Jr.
Every Department of this Great Store offers Unusual Bargain Opportun
ities during this month. Shrewd buyers will find here Merchandise of
Real Merit, Standard and Reliable Goods.
of Fine Table Linens, with Napkins to match. 72
inch Table Damask, per yard 58c
72-inch All-Linen Damask, a special buy, worth
$1.00; Special, per yard 78c
72-inch Finest Irish Linen; new patterns; Special,
per yard $1-33
New Styles in "Nemo" and
"Nemo" self reducing corsets with relief strap in
Tall Stout and Short Stout models, $3.50 $4.
"Nemo" Swan Shape for slender figures,
$2, $3.50 and $4
"Nemo" Corsets in Extra Sizes 30 to 36.
WONDERFUL VALUES IN
Blankets and Comforts
10-4 Wool-Nap Blankets $1-75
In white, tan and grey.
North Star Mills Wool Blankets, in fancy plaids:
White Wool Blankets with handsome borders.
Home-made Comforters, made extra large; Spec
ial at $2.75
Flannelette Night Gowns
We want to show you the "Brighton" line, Just
Like The Home-Made Kind, made full, no
scimping of material and the garments are
finished like no other garments except the
Home-made kind. Men's Gowns, Ladies' and
Misses' Gowns, Children's and Infant's Gowns
also Children's Sleepers.
Select your Fall and Winter Underwear now
Every .desirable kind is here Union suits for
the whole family in Cotton, Lisle and Wool.
Separate garments in all grades and sizes.
Extra Sizes For Stout People
Special Petticoat Sale
We are offering the "Sorosis" Skirts at reduced
prices. These are the finest garments of
their kind ever shown. Every Skirt thoro
ughly tailored and will fit and wear perfectly.
The Best Skirt on The Market
i liXtra sizes r or owui ; i
Misses' and Children's Coats and Capes
At One-Half Price
rw m ;n this line must go at once. Coats at $1.00 up.
New arrivals in Colored & 52 W
New Kimona Silk m Sldstone settings. New Em
eaux, new Belts, new Collar Vms rwiu Neckwear,
broidered Corset Covers and a beautiiul line 01 lu
' 0. 0. F. Bldz
THE BEE HIVE STORE
A Reliable Place to Trade
H. O. Wis-hart was a visitor In Port
land over Sunday.
Conrad Stafrln as a business visitor
In Portland this week.
Claud Dunn, of Woodburn, visited
relatives in Dallas, Friday.
A. C. Taylor,.' of McCoy, was a busi
ness visitor in Dallas yesterday.
Mrs. C. B. Sundberg arrived home
last night from a several weeks' visit
F. M. Smith came down from
Black Rock yesterday. He will spend
the Winter in Rickreall.
Miss Lena Robbltt, of Kenesaw, Ne
braska, Is a guest at the home of the
Rev. and Mrs. M. B. Young.
E. G. Stram, of Falls City, was In
Dallas, Friday. He is peeparing to
move to Oroville, California.
W. J. Wagner, of Central ia, Wash
ington, is spending a few days at the
home of his brother, Fred Wagner.
Mrs. Hushes left for her home In
Spokane, Friday, after a visit at the
home of her mother, Mrs. J. S. Martin.
Miss Ioretta Campbell, of Portland,
visited over Sunday at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Campbell.
Mrs. I. A. Allen, of Rickreall, has
gone to Newport, where she will spend
the Winter In the hope of benefiting
Ij, Gerllnger, Jr., general manager
of the Salem, Dallas & Falls City rail
road,'"went to Portland on a business
Mrs. Mattle Chambers, of Eugene,
3 visiting, her sister, Mrs. A. J. Mar
tin, and is enjoying a visit with many
Ira C. Powell, cashier of the Polk
County Bank at Monmouth and Rep
resentative-elect from Polk County,
was a county seat visitor Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Gerllnger, of Port
land, are visiting at the homes of
George and Louis Gerllnger, Jr. They
will visit Falls City and Black Rock
tomorrow and will remain in the city
B. I. Ferguson, secretary of the Polk
County Poultry Association, was up
from Eola the last of the week, assist
ing President A. G. Rempel in mak-
ng arrangements for the coming
Elmer Reynolds was greeting old
friends in Dallas a few days last week.
He is now living near Emmett, Idaho,
where he has a fruit an alfalfa ranch
n the irrigated district. He says that
while he likes Idaho, he still looks on
Dallas as his real home.
Mr. and. Mrs. Henry Geddes, of Fres
no, California, attended the hurial of
Mrs. Geddes' mother, the late Mrs.
Victor Fink. They will return to their
home In a few days and will be ac
companied by Doctor Fink and son,
Arthur, who will spend the Winter i
Dean Collins, a student of the Uni
versity of Oregon and editor of the.U.
of O. Monthly, will at rive In Dallas In a
few days for a holiday visit with rela
tives. Dean Is a member of the Oregon
Glee Club, a picture of which organ
ization appeared In Saturday's Even
ing Telegram. '
W. B. Ewing and N. L, Guy return
ed the last of the week from Spokane,
where they attended the National Ap
ple Show. Both gentlemen speak in
highest praise of the exhibit. They say
that the action of the judges in award
ing the grand sweepstakes prize to
Oregon met the hearty approval of all
visitors. Mr. Guy brought home with
him several specimens of Winter Ba
nana apples which cost him the mod
est price of 15 cents each.
A pleasant surprise was given the
choir and orchestra of the Christian
Church at its practice Thursday night,
when a bountiful lunch was served by
Mrs. Eugene Hayter, Mrs. Hugh
Black, Mrs. I. L. Smith and Mrs. J. A.
McCann. The unexpected treat was
greatly appreciated by the young peo
ple. ' .
Legal blanks for sale at this office.
L. D. Brown, Abstracter; Notary.
Oscar Hayter, lawyer. Room 6 and
, Uglow Building.
Have your printing done the. Ob
server way the linotype way.
Special sale on Ladles' Tailored
Suits at the Dallas Mercantile Co.
The Farmer' Fire Relief Associa
tion of Butteville, Oregon; J. V. Winn,
agent, Buena VlBta. Oreeon. tf
jpnft Dr. Lowe will be In Dallas,
'iofvyi December 2 and until noon of
"' 3d; In Independence, Decembei
1. Last trip' this year.
IXOYD KOIIARI, Proprietor
Meals and short orders served at all
hours. Everything new and clean.
Chop Suev and Noodles
Smith Building; Main and Mill Street
A Woman Wants
The Home Paper
HAPPY BY TAKING
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Having bought the stock of Furniture and fixtures of the Adams & Brobst Co.
from the creditors at much less than cost, we are in a position to sell you
B Furniture Stoves,
Carpets, Rug's, Etc
at prices below the possibility of competition. Our
policy is "How Cheap Can We Sell", not how much
can we get. The proof of the Pudding is in the
eating. Come in and let us prove our ability to
deliver the goods. .
Firslrdass driving Mare, Buggy and Harness for sale cheap. Inquire at store.
FRANK KERSLAKE, Home Furnisher
Successor to Adams & Brobst
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