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DALLAS, POLK COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 2, 1910.
in Quality, Style and Finish
We have them in genuine
STAG BONE AND IVORY HANDLES
"Th Best for the Money" our motto
CRAVEN BROS. Hardware
NEWS OF POLK COUNTY
ITEMS CONTRIBUTED BY RUST
1'IXG LOCAL CORRESPONDENTS.
Ilfipiienlnifs of Interest In Various
Neighborhoods Tola in Ititerewt
Lloyd Miller made a trip to Dallas,
Mrs. W. L. Tooze visited in Dallas,
velopment Congress in Salem by L. W. would save a good many dollars In the a good four-room school
Zorin. president of the Commercial Spring. kock .
Club: William Kills. Dr. L. Pfandhoe- novirt K,.htBnml nf Salt Creek. Jack Holliway took his logging team
fer, W. J. Hooker, secretary: W. T. ,. cone to California for an indefl- to Falls City for shoeing the first of
Grler and C. L. Starr. nite stay. the week,
Mrs. Mark Nolan died at the family Mra r warkentin. of Salt Creek, Napoleon Patterson is head clerk
ome in South Falls City from the ef- . retrnpd from California, where 'n Mr. Whyte's store while Mr. wnyte
fects of blood poisoning. The funeral . h vtaltei, ginee October 1.
services were held trom tne oiome u ri-
day and Interment took place in the
Odd Fellows' cemetery.
Frank Heydon returned from Port-
Free on Trial
nr nnl;-ft the convenience and la-
WOmen IeUlZe bor-saving value of an
TU of electric energy used amounts to
1116 LOS I less than five cents per hour.
1,L.. OA and we will send you an Electric
Fhone c iron on 30 Days' Free Trial
At present there are over 100 Electric Irons in use
in this City.
J. Ii. WHITE, Manager for Dallas.
Your Christmas List
is incomplete without a box of
. Everybody on your list would greatly enjoy some
of Aldon's Chocolates and confections.
We also have one of the finest lines of pipes and
cigars in the city. One thing a smoker enjoys ana
that is either a good cigar or a fine pipe, us
show you our large assortment.
W. R. ELLIS' Confectionery
Up-to-date Candy Kitchen in rear.
to inspect it
We invite you
TO THE CITY OF MEXICO
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
Luvin Portland December 11th d "J 19,0
tnd San Francisco. December 14th,
A Magnificient Special Train .
Coasting of Observatio- Car. 1 "'"""VLnM-nU Streets, S
-lnt car and Unin r will leave 3rJ T
rr,n,H-. via the Coast Une. southern ml-.
exounoo. la run .n U 'f vllTn, ,..
tkal Linr. of Mexico, International "'
and Santa Fr.
Round Trip Fare
4 From rorun
Corresponding low r.t from othcrO- - - Can-lwrrr-llnc
fW trip M the rrtnrsj trip. -r qall-
T be sde. IW nrt-r. limit M"" mtengfn will be
tl.to trmm will be limited " tnare
"kr than . be romfartaMy provided ,"c )iMrstrd botK
For farther Inform.,., details br.ut'fJ "--
- -e,fc mil am any O. K- p
Mrs, T. B. Hooker and son went to
Otho Bell Is visiting friends in Till
Miss Violet Pfandhoefer vlBlted In
Luther Durin made a visit to the
county seat Friday,
Sheriff John Grant made a visit to
Falls City, Wednesday.
George March, of Portland, is visit
Ing friends in Falls City.
Mrs. Steven Boynton, of Portland,
Is visiting In Falls City.
B. F. Boughey, of Salem, was a vis
itor in Falls City, Friday.
Professor Mills, of Black Rock, vis
ited in this city Saturday.
N. Sellg left for Portland, Monday,
to purchase Spring supplies.
E. E. Williams, of Portland, made a
business visit here Tuesday.
William Estey is "making an add!
tlon to his shooting gallery.
Many Dallas people attended the
masquerade Saturday night,
Mrs. Jonathan Courter, of Newberg,
is visiting Mrs. Alex Courter.
Miss Mabel Grant, of Dallas, visited
friends here on Thanksgiving.
Rev. and Mrs. E. M. Lockett spent
Thanksgiving with friends in Amity.
W. J. Hooker is building a residence
on East Main street beyond the hospi'
County Commissioner Teal was i
business visitor In Falls City, Satur
day. , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heydon at
tended the dance in Dallas, Saturday
N. O. Harris, from the Siletz Basin,
is engaged In packing his Winter's
Mrs. B. F. Boughey and daughter,
Ehrma, of Salem, visited friends here
Dave J. Grant made a business visit
to Portland, Monday and Tuesday of
W. H. Robertson, of Monmouth,
visited at the home of J. H. Flower,
Miss Edith Barnhart, of Oakdale,
t the week with Mrs. M. I
A. G. Steward and family returned
Frldav from a -visit In McMlnnville
Frank and Talmage Hillis, of Port
land, are visiting their brother, Rev.
E. H. Hillis.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Myer and son
Pernel, are visiting friends at Dolph
A Darty of people from this city at
tended the masquerade ball in Dallas,
Glenn Siefarth and Albert Vlck, of
Dallas College, visited their parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hooker and son
spent Thanksgiving at the home of J.
J. Williams in Dallas.
Miss Margaret Flower, of Salem
spent Thanksgiving with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. flower.
Mrs. Arthur Erickson and Mrs.
George Burton attended the meeting
of Pythian Sisters, weanesaay.
U. S. Talbott and Frank Smith, of
Portland, are spending tne noimaj
with Mr. and Mrs. Fred 'lainou.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Buell. of Inde
tem are visiting witn Mr. cu.-i.
narents. Mr. and Mr.. H. Buell.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dunton. of Mc
Minnville, visited the former', broth-
t v. Dunton. during Thanksgiv
G D. Treat and family returned
from Monmouth, Saturday, after vis i
ing at the home
i ...Pile Ethel Tooze left Mon
- and Salem, where
day ir ruinoii-
she will upenfl a lew
Mrs. E. A. LaDOW arrive
5nday after attending the funeral of
Mr LaDow's mother in Walla Walla.
Representative-elect Ira C. Pow- .
, Monmouth, wa. In thl. city Sunda
making new friend, and renewing old
land, Thursday, accompanied by his
bride. Mr. and Mrs. Heydon were
married in Portland last week. The
wedding came as a complete surprise
to Mr. Heydon's many friends in this
A crowd of fifty people serenaded
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heydon and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Lowe at their homes
gall-stones, has returned home much
Rev. S. S. Bumgartner, of Pratum
Friday night. The Falls City Band uregon, neiu iiroiraam '"'s visitors m wiuamina, ammw.
rendered manv ..elections. The grooms Mennonite Church or this place me Graves spent ThankB-
gave a few remarks, thanking the vis- last week. giving at her home at MtTabor.
itors. Mrs. G. G. Rempel and Mrs. u. l,. . M . A MacLean spent
Tk. fonnw. nf the Bfhnol left for Rempel are taking treatment with a Thnirlvlne with relatives at Bethel.
..... . nrMi.. n rh ronractlc aoctor in .roriiHiiu mm
liieir respective iiuiiieo, ncuiicnunj, w
he iron until Sunday. Miss White repon goou resmw.
and Miss Fugate went to Salem; Frank Warkentin nas reiurneu
Misses Jean and Hazel Kuykendall to from Menno, Washington, where ne
North Yamhill; Miss Hallie Morrison has been working at the carpenter
and Miss Grant to Dallas, and Miss trade for the last two years,
Palmer to Amity. ' The poultry breeders are prepar-
A special city election will be held Ing to take some birds to the Poultry hQme Qf g
Monday, December 5. Tne purpose ui Bnow 10 ue Thankseivin
this election Is to submit to the voters 13-16. They expect to bri.ig home lna"
of Falls City whether the city shall some of the blue ribbons.
Issue water bonds to the amount of
In ' Black
hoot himself In hi. right recently purchased.
, j no.. n i serioua that sr.hia nnrt David Cromley have
innu. i -I-. w . . i' --
was found necessary to call Doctor gone to the coast for a snort stay.
McCallon from Dallas to amputate
is in Portland.
There Is no let up on the tralnloads
of excellent timber passing down from
Black Rock daily.
Miss Esther Clark, .our primary
A greater acreage of grain and hay
has been put in this year than any we
can remember of In the last ten years.
t. .1 nrt.n. . 1.' .,1,1 Vonun
nevB..u t . . . t T,,,-. Saturday, re
has been visiting friends here the last "
three weeks. He left for home Tues
t. : V. n tna Koavi linear
" .v. .v,m fhrn..rh the Winter,
the care of a doctor In Fortland for
the thumb and first fmger. The In
jured hand Is healing nicely.
F. Morrison wa. a visitor in Mc
Mlnnville, Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. E. Jennings and daughter,
Kate, were visitors in
last of the week.
turning the same evening.
lit will be determined In Sunday
School next Sunday whether to con-
Mr. Conner's brother, Lee Conner.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dickey were
William Eadds and family spent
Thanksgiving at the home of W. A,
Lynn Jones returned to the logging
camp, after spending a few days with
Joe Hlnshaw and Mis. Velna Blair
The city election will be held Mon
miq Margin Pomeroy visited in
Mr. and Mr.. G. W. Conkey were
Salem visitor. Tuesday-
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hubbard enter
tained "The Owls," Wednesday even
- ,1 , A .Ua fun.
Mrs. u. immun ., , ,innUa and at times over
eral of her mother at Dayton, wea- -h ; "". .. ,
Mrs. Maude Ireland, of Portland, is
visiting at the home of her father, J,
S. Cooper. . .
30,000, to bear interest at a rate not
to exoeed 7 per cent per annum. The
waterworks situation Is very uncer
tain, and it is impossible to say when
alls City will be furnished with wa
The Masquerade Ball given in Wag
ner Hall on Thanksgiving night was
Randall Buell visited his brotner
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Blanch
ard, last week.
A little son of Mr. and Mrs. An
drew Woods is very sick with pnuemo-
Airlle will have a Christmas tree.
Clyde Turner was in Independence, nia at Willamlna.
Monday. Miss Madie Blair has returned home
John RItner was a visitor In Airlle, after spending a few day. with Mrs.
Tuesday. ' W. Armltage in eneriaan
Mr Shewev. of this place, Is on the Quite a crowd from here attended
a decided success. The prizes for the glck Ilst the charivai at Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
best sustained characters were award- rharles Ray went to Ridgeway's, Thanksgiving evening.
ed as follows: Roy McMurphy and A. Miss Mina Hayes and Master Garlan
Brown, as an old man and an old h from Hayes, of McMlnnville. are visiting at
lady, first prize. Mrs. W. R. Hinshaw, , the home of their uncle, J. B. Hayes.
.. . ... tT her visit in Eueene,
as Auntie HoseDua, - ana i nenuoii
Mason as "Weary Willie,': received Robert Story has gone to corvumu
second prizes. Music was furnished by to spend a few days.
the Falls City orchestra. At midnight.
an eisihnrntR hanauet was served In
Well, we are all full of turkey and
ready to read the news..
Dave Simpson was a business visit
or In Independence Tuesday.
The stores of Airlle are getting In
their stocks of Christmas goods.
Miss Minnie Nendel was the guest
of Miss Dora Tocdtemeler, Sunday.
Ernest Williams, of Independence,
There was singing at the home of
J. B. Hayes, Sunday evening.. The at-
erood In solte of the
Mrs. A. L. Chute and two children
were in town over Sunday.
J. D. Vance, of Utah, was looking
at the country around Monmouth last I ent Thanksgiving with relatives In high last Monday,
Sunday School every Sunday at
Darrell turner visited Wllber Bush
The Lucklamute River was pretty
P. Springer, of Salem, made a busi
ness visit to Monmouth on Thanks
Frank Ecker, of Corvallis, has been
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
Professor E. J. Hadley, of Portland,
a Nnrmnl graduate, celebrated here
Mrs. E. Bogert and daughter, of Sa
lem, spent Saturday in town. They
Airlie. Frank Rowley gave
Clvde Turner, the station agent, is match Wednesday.
ill. Harry Williams is taKing nis Levi Burbank ana sister, iucy,
place. were in Airlle, Monday.
J. M. Staatsswas out repairing tel- . -yVe hear there will be a Christmas
ephone lines after the recent storms, tree at the schoolhouse,
Monday. Frank Rowley hauled a load of
Mrs. A. C. Staats and daughter, g00ds for the Sheythe store Thursday.
Edith, went to Albany on Dusiness gva womer and Precious Irwin
Saturday. came down from Philomath to spend
Mrs. Alma Crlpe, who was visiting Thanksgiving.
friends in Airlie, returned to Independ- Matney. who has been running
county LierK aim . Ml8g json, of Monmouth, was in L, Rltner's yard.
spent Thanksgiving at the home of A Saturday, giving music lessons. e chrg GrogB butchered'
Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. ghe w,n com(J 6Very Baturday. go(, two 18.months-old hogs 1
formerly uvea nere. - ence. Friday evening. ,v, tjm, Tortnr hnn vard. ha. rented
County Clerk and Mrs. m. mnn ... Jackson ot Monmouth, was In Rltner's yard.
ani.l tmn 1 R-months-OId nogs mat
M. Smith. TTl(.j A.tianno ifBve a dance hin i ti.
Mr. and Mrs. wunam enoiuw n,v,k,, niht. Thev had a big , - D .tor,rf
Tim npnt flat. """-' . . - - , ever. i)ru,......rUOT,
naiBni", crowd and all reportea a goou uiu. th k danee ln the Townsen
uraay in jnonmuum, " . mW of farms around Airlle ,, . v,ntr. Vallev. Thanksgiving.
h ohnnirml hands ln the last
month, one man buying all of them
The farms sold were those of Green
Mnutlnirn Sham Bevens. H. J. Bevens,
T. P. Bevens. and F. O. Bevens.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Wintersteln were
Mr. and Mrs. Dayhoff, of Oklahoma,
. , ...... r nn.l
were in Monmouin i
nut to the home of a brother
who lives near town.
Miss Erma Hall, principal of the
Jesse Yost returned home Saturday
from Sluslaw. where he nas Deen
visiting his father and mother
Thompson High School in Portland, a(?reeaDy gurprised by the members
nf the Artisan lodge Monday evening.
The crowd assembled In Airlle and
then went in a body to Mr. Winter-
stein's. The evening wa. spent in ar-
..i.ito.1 lior narents. Mr. and Mrs. u.
M. Hall, on Thanksgiving.
William Beekley, of Southern Ore
gon, was in town i uo-juj.
lous games. At 11 o ciock, a uem.-
lous supper was served by the visitors.
The crowd departed at a late hour and
bought a farm about one and one-
half miles West of Monmouth
ur French, of the real estate fir.n
w -tit to Jefferson, Saturday, where he u had a good time.
will take charge of a hotel they own
there, leaving Mr. Mclnturrt to run
the-ral estate office.
Mrs. A. T. Cross and grandson, Paul
rross: Mrs. A. B. Moreland ana
nanehter. Marie, left Monday for an
Mrs. Lynch, of Portland, is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Chapmaa. -
Miss Osle Grlce spent the Thanks-
Portland the giving vacation with her parents.
Frank Fraser, who has been worK-
- .. . s it. ira.rt'e, f anmn time, left
Mr. and Mrs. E. Conner, of wn- '
Washington, are here visiting tor nm -.
Mrs. DeLay ana aaugmer,
Salem, spent Thanksgiving at tne
home of Mrs. M. C. Wilson.
A. R. Southwlck,: who was sum-
. .1. l ' ...I 1...ir In
moned to serve on m cumi
Portland, spent Sunday at his home.
(Sheridan Sun.) .
P. M. Churchman leit weunesuuy
morning on a trip to jl illrs. -.
The heavy rains during the weeic - '
have brought the Yamhill xnc well
Ross Neison nas ru...c nrohiblted bacon.
Kentucky, where he went several
flowing the low places.
Turkeys have been coming into the
market at a lively rate this weeK, out
they are like great hunks of luxury ait
25 cents a pound, and on a par with
weeks ago after some fine Jersey cat
Mrs. M. E. Hendrlck, of McMirn
vllle, who visited here the last of the
week, went to Salem, Saturday, for a
visit with friends.
The ladles of the Methodist Church
will hold their annual Chrysanthemum
Fair ln the church on
Saturday of this week.
A lectur- by Rev. George u. uop-
klns, of Dallas, on "An aiiiki k-uu
Tramp Abroad" will be given at tno
M. E. church here on Friday even
ing, December 2d.
Ye Ohio Folkes" Concert.
Ye people of ye Methodist congre-
r; gutlon will give ye olde folkes' con
Friday and wm.n Wall nn ve 7th
ceri in jc ' - -
rinve of ve 12th month, at 8 o'clock.
Miss Ruby Earhart returned . to Co"ine and enj0ye ye merrle entertain
ment by ye ancient maydens and
bachelors. Ye programme includes
ye Cherry Sisters, Old Black Joe, Jen-
.nhnni in Corvallis. Sunday, after a
few days' visit with her parents, Mr,
and Mrs. W. S. Earhart
Mis. ToDsy Mattlson came up from ny jjnd, and many other attractions,
Portland, where she Is studying mu- watch for ye further particulars,
sic, and spent Thanksgiving with her
mother, Mrs. Nora Mattlson. jjew picture Show.
Frank Klrkland entertained a num- tjiat,t.s CITY. Or.. Nov. 30. Jack
ber of young people at his home Fri- Wagncr wm install a motion picture
day evening. Cards ana a aaimy iuhui Bnow here. ThiB will be the seeonu
were the features of the evening. n of thlg klna in this . city. Mr.
Frank Klrkland, who Is attending -wagoner has a largo hall, capable of
school In Portland, was visiting at the gating at least 300 peopl.e
home of her father, P. M. Kirkland,
the last of the week. She returned Murli Appendicitis ln Dallas.
home Sunday. " uranv'neonln in Dallas have chron-
The new Catholic Church was ded- )o Appendicltis and mistake it for
Icated Sunday. Archbishop Christie, tnrrmf,h or h0wel trouble. If you have
of Portland, preached tne aeaicatory w)nd or gag , the Bt0mach or bowels,
sermon. Quite a number from out of ,nmanh or constipation, try slm-
town were present. Music was rur- pe buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as
ntshed by out-of-town people, and the I mpounded m Adier-l-ka, the new
services were very interesting. i" n.rm,n Anoendicitls remedy. A hixn-
church I. a preitty mission type.
Zena - Spring Valley
Miss Llria Phillips, of Salem, was a
caller ln Zena, Friday.
Miss Greta Phillips spent the hoi I
all winter's visit In Central City. Iowa. dayg at her Zcna home,
Mr. Moreland accompanied tnem a
far as Portland.
r. un navld Foulkes. of
jar. mi" -
Portland; have been visiting ars.
Foulkes' narenU, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Ground. Mr. Foulkes has been em-
oloyed in the composing room oi
Edith Ottlnger Is quite sick.
T.vnn Turku has Kone to Portland to
C. L. Fisher will have a public sale
W. H. Hill ha. bought Joe David
The Sunday School Is making prep.
aratlon. for a Christmas tree.
R. A. Campbell ha. .old ni. rarm
East of Ballston to some newcomers.
Will Mayfleld went to Hlllsboro,
Sunday, to visit hi. sister, Mrs. R. L.
Miss Rhoda Conner, who Is teaching
at Hopewell, sp-nt the Thanksgiving
Mark Burch went to Salem, Mon
John Burch returned to CorvaUis,
L. C. Koser went to Independence,
Albert Cadle came up from Port
Will Hill sold his team to R. Rob
erts, of Salt Creek.
The Ladles' Afd Society will hold a
church fair Friday.
Mr. and Mr.. Peter Cook were vis
itors In Independence, Friday.
Mra B. F. Luca. went to Albany,
Thursday, and returned Sunday.
Isaac Goodell, who has been ser
iously 111 with appendicitis, Is reported
Miss Aurelia Burch came home, for
Thanksgiving, returning to Sllverton,
Mr.. Guthrie, of Monmouth, spent
Thanksgiving with her sister, Mrs. I.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ankeny and
son, Lewis, spent Thanksgiving with
Mrs. Harriet McArthur ii Salem.
A social dance was given Saturday
evening. Quite a number lucnoeo.
Another dance will be given in two
GLE DOSE of this simple remedy will
relieve you you will be surprised at
the QUICK action. Conrad Stafrln
Mr. and Mr.. W. H. Crawford were
Hnmlnv visitors In Salem.
wh.. .n Thanksgiving noliaay at nome,
1 (i i .'in . - - - - - i
i o.in Mr nan-lev ana Mrs. LOlimurr, ui
wltn nis moiner ... . ,,,
Jllllll v m 1 , ' - " -
visitor at Mr. Catton's, Sunday.
Oregonlan for many years.
Thanksgiving was observed here by
ih. huslnes. houses, but not by tne
churches. The stores wer closed the
A school election
will be held at the
. .. Twpmhfr C
ohoolhouae on Tuesuj.
School taxt-s will be adjusted and In-
Little Howard Hillis. the infan son
r"v and Mra E. H. Hill "
of Ke. " Ji.inn la not
with pneumonia. n' i
r . Mrs. Zimri Hinshaw and
n Charlea" turned home Frid.y.
Xr week with Professor
y S. Crowley In Independence.
Mayor F. K.
" lT'TZry Mr Hubbsrd Is
trusting ent for this
COMrP..P- Hall d two d.ughter.
Mra Kaipn vdne-day. and
Hall, wno n
. ... ...a I. . ui. u.ri. rvawfnrd. of Balem,
most of the day. Everyooay . ' on,..
turkey and chicken, and were thanK- spent tne nonoaj.
ful that they had the same. nome. ,
Mr. and Mra J. H. D.ehl and two Mra W. D ht " -
j v.x.r. anl two sons, of waits- rurvine raii-imin
Dr Wonpent ThanksgWh. friend, at a
with their .on. Elmer uieni. ii.tj mmim. ... r-
were well pleased with this part of Ing was passea in P'"'
rhe country and aald It wa. .urely the gamea After serving refreshment.
hArrfyrZ. They may sell out the remainder of th. time was .pen
In enjoylnt? music and recitation, ah
. KiA.sk Mrcnlnt
... .. ii.. i. M. Hall gave a i"" - '
Thanksgiving dinner to some of their Mr. and Mrs. O. H
. ., m Tknx. nrpaent were r. nu niraaaiiiijr "
it,, c K. Herren i" v.. n -
Dorris and Harold; Mis. Erma Hall
their sister, Mrs. N. M. Conner.
l A ti.A KnmA At
.... -J...- nvr ...ent Thanksgiv- A party waa .., -
iji-k. u-i.ir.liiv n Kht. A rooa
in with her daughter and parents at ' .
time Is reported by all who attended,
Henry ('landeld was moved to hi.
Salt Creek, Sunday, In an
TnvA Prawford. of Portland,
r Mn .m. inline o .
. I , .. I . . ., 1 r. ...1 fr.irn Hi. 1 M m
the parental amiiuinii.r
of Portland; Mra O. C. Skinner and
two children, of Independence, and
Miss Dora Hall, of Monmouth.
The citizens of Monmouth met Wed
nesday night to discus, the water
question. Thl. U a que.tlon which
.hould be settled at once, for we need
a water system that would be of some
account In a case of fire. The supply
for domestic use I. not sufficient at the
present time. Let', all pull together for
a good water supply.
arrived 1" - -"' herr The r... '
joined Mr nan- find . f,v. ,,.
fr several aj. Johann Quiring. Kr- u rep--
Froy Highjc librsry farTn
has tn greatiy librrlin,: work for the WlnU-r.
dition of " Gottfried and a W. Boyle will put out
. bp II
in nr- -
M- AX' reunion at the home
f Mr. and Mra i.
,a. on Th.nkW.ving l
Saclaiist partT .
t.Jth." . -,
a party or reianv-
came In to celebrate the Ilst anniver
sary of their marriage. The four sons
oresented their parents with a beau
tiful silver berry spoon as a mrm.i.w
of the occasion. l-rfgni rrirmiuiir..
were served during the evening, ana
all went home wishing Mr. and Mra
Crawford many happy returns of the
In the Pe
O. H. Robblns Is putting out about
14 acre to prune treea
R T. rierce lost a valosMe hog last
weett by blood poisoning.
ill indications point to a scarcity of
.nd (ml in this neighborhood this Rock, afur
Winter. . Portl.nd.
, .aa. 1 K- Mills to
Mra Nichols has been very slrk the
II. Conner went to Salem the first
of the week.
Ixuls Hamer transacted buatni
Dsn Garbage is making the wooda
fall these dara
W. M. Whyte made a business trip
to Portland this week.
Miss Arrsh Martin returned to her
srhool duties this week.
Mra Hasel Flower visited her par
ents In Fslls City last week.
We notice set era! husky loergers
paastnc out with their packs of late.
Al Latin has returned
Opal Harrington Is on the sick list,
A'. W. Fletcher Is flnlahlng his plow.
Mra Knaie Tillotson visited her
mother. Mra Conlee. Sunday.
Mr. and Mra Jim Hill called on Mr,
and Mra Herman I-nhsrd last Sun
Mr. and Mra A. W. Fletcher called
on Mr. and Mra Frank Brown. Bur
The Miss.-. Kopan and Polio
....i Bunrfav evenlns with Miss Nora
Mr. and Mra H. U Lenhard's rela
Ivm from Salt Creek visited wltl
them Saturday snd Sunday.
far! Ilsrold went out of the moun
tains' Mondsy for a load of provis
ions for Russell Jones' camp.
A Israe crowd attended the School
Fair and all enjoyed It very much. The
total sum collected was 1S.4.
About an Inch of snow fell here the
night of the th. and about two
Inches fsrther up In the mountains
All were surprised to see It.
Mr. VanWell was a Dallas visitor
George Wood, sold eight head of
A. Buhler and family spent Thanks
giving with his father.
George 8tarr and family spent
Thanksgiving In Portland.
Lowman Conner was around testl
the phone batteries one day last wee
Mr. VanWell, the man who bought
the Stott place, moved In last Thurs
Henry Clanfield was moved home
from Hallston last Sunday. An amnu
lance from Salem was called for the
Mr. snd Mrs. B. Z. Rlggs and fam
nv Mr. and Mra J. A. Baxter, Mr. and
Mra Lee Conner. Miss Summer and
Frank Muller spent Thanksgiving
with Mr. Woods and family.
Royal is the
Mlaa Georsia Milter was
vlxiior over Thsnkssrivlng.
The basket social ad play given last
Friday otaht a as attended hy a large
Mra Charles "-mil ins. was a passea
a-er oa the Monday morning train to
Mr. and Mrs. II motow, ot
visited St the home
O. Wise Is again in our neighbor
Arthur Newton visited friends here
Grandma Williamson ha. returned
to her home In West Balem.
Reverend Adams visited at the
home of J. B. Allen last Thursdsy.
Mr. and Mra J. A. Carter, of, Ben
ton County, have been visiting rela
Mr. and Mra Malcolm Pewtherer
are the proud possessor of a baby girl
at their homa
Mr. and Mra Craven, of Delias,
spent Thanksgiving at the home of her
father, g. K- Crowley.
the school census
" - ' ... . w ,Bamer.tin lit children. - -""". " -"""V . ! " , w ICaaweT fina m hkh he
reTe'very heavy rain, and It ' as asraJnst - T. r- hsv,lr, Oa.oe -
Mr. Hamer has been spraylne;
Reverend Stone was a dinner ruest
st the home of T. W. Brunk. Sund.y.
Mra Cromley returned the first of
the week after visiting relatives la As
toria. Miss Leora Bhank, of Independence.
f charle. Brat- visited Thomas W. Brunk and f.milr
I . . . , . l.
Tk..iilliii Then Laaseie. of non.
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