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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, i9l,
POLK COUNTY OBSERVER
POT K COUNTY NEWS FROM OBSERVER WRllhRS
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Boslar, Gf
Black Rock, were visitors in this
Mrs E. J. Owens, who has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Robin
son, returned to her home in Jlc
Minnville on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. H- Bancroft
were passengers to Dallas Wednes
div Mrs. I. Dempsey, of Rickreall, who
lias been visiting at the home of 0.
Arnland, returned to her home Wed
nesday. . .
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Chamberlain
were visitors in Salem on Wednes-
djJ.' W. Sweeney, of the Dallas
Flouring Mills, was a commercial vis
itor in this city on Wednesday.
Charles Uinsliaw. of the Silctz Ba
sin, visited his brother, W. Ji. Hin
A. J. YVurl .burner returned Iliurs
day from Portland. Mr. W.irtzburg
er purchased machinery for his
blacksmith shop while in the city,
('has. Trim will have charge of the
Moss Walker and a party of
fri.-n.is from Independence, formed
an automobile party to this city on
Miss Hora Broughton and Miss
Arrah Martin, of Dallas, visited
with Miss Hazel Webli on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Orier went to
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Meyers and
son, Pernel, have returned from the
Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Marss and son
in v, of Summit, are visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. V. Ii. Uinsliaw.
Mrs. Louis Muscott, of. Dallas, vis
ited with friends in this city on Fri
day. Mrs. Calvin Sheppard. of Brnk'
port, attended the Agricultural fair.
David J. (irant. of Dallas, visited
with Mr. and Mrs. 11. K. Starr Fri
day. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Krebs and Mr.
ami Mrs. W. I!. MeKovvn, have re
turned from an outing at the coast.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Methodist church was entertained at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. Arn
land last Wednesday. Important
business was transacted after which
a lunch was served by the hostt
The following members were
cut: Mrs. L. M. Travis. Mr
nenr Butler, Mrs. Ira MehrliuL', Mrs.
D. F. Courter, Mrs. F. M. llellwarth.
Mrs. ,J. Snyder, Mrs. ('. L. Marn
luiit, Mrs. S. Monl'.'omerv. Mrs. M.
(1. Kllis and Miss May Hammond.
Harry Lowe sold his barber shop
to S. L. dales and Ariste Musier.
both of Portland. The new propri
etors took possession Saturday.
a visitor here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hillis, who
have been visiting relatives ln lort
land the past month returned to this
city Saturday and are making prepa
rations to move their household
goods to Portland where they will
make their home. .
The bungalow of Allie Teal is
Mrs E. E. Gilliam of Salem, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moyer.
Afr and Mrs. B. F. Conner, iorm-
erlv of Tillamook, are occupying
1 Joseph Florey residence.
i Warren Wright and son .lames,
left Sunday for Collins' Srnn;-.
where the latter will receive treat
ment for rheumatism.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. finer enter
tained a party of friends lurinly
' at the Falls Citv Lumber Compa
ny's club house, the guest of honor
',;.i,r Claude Mickey, who will soo'l
leave f-r Michigan. The evening
was spent in progressive five hun
dred and dancing. Refreshments
were served. Those pressent were:
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crier. Mr. and
I Mrs. P. J. Sheppard, Dr. and Mrs.
'p. M. Hellwarth, Mr. and Mrs. W.
F Nichols, Mr. and Mrs. V. . L.
Tooze. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Servey,
Mrs. O. G. Singleton, Messrs. Claude
ilickey, Glenn Clement and V. S.
Kelelier. of Portland.
Th, Agricultural Fair was
eluded Friday evening by a short but
m;. wilip Adams is working at
Giles' packing house in Salem.
Miss Josie Adams has gone to her
school east of Salem.
The Popcorn school opened Mon
day, October 9, with Miss Kathenne
Stewart as teacher.
Victor Lynch is attending the
Academy in Salem this winter.
School opened with a good attend
ance. The buTlilinirs and rooms have
the ' ku .n m'Mrhnnleil and painted, giving
them the appearance oi new
(Ulcer Raker takes .Mr. Webbs
place as saw filer in the mill here,
Mr. Webb and family having moved
to Falls City.
Harold Bullis accidentally cut his
head while using a double bitted ax,
the first of the week.
Paul Rusk is busily employed in
derkiii',' and bookkeeping in Mrs.
Mr. Fisher disposed of several
head of stock the first of the week,
delivering them at Pedee.
Mr. Burt Webbe -was up one day
this week from Falls City.
Mr. Henry Hall, formerly a Black
Rock merchant, made a pleasant call
Tuesday, returning to his home in
Postmaster Fred Holman has his
(new postolfice all papered and in
Coil- .,n,,leiiip order.
tmlent Dunton. of Falls
interesting program in awe: s ; rjtv visiteil the schools last week.
Mrs. Boslar was shorming the hrst
of the week at Falls City,
j Nip Patterson came back from
I Florence for a short stay. j
j Mr. Nichols and family moved j
down from the camp last Saturday.
Fred Purvine, passed away at 9
o'clock Wednesday evening. The
funeral was held at the Zena church
on Friday afternoon.
Will Crawford is busy hauling
lumber for his new barn.
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Henry were
Saturday visitors in Salem.
Mrs. Frank Koch came over from
Prat urn last week to spend a few
davs with her parents.
Mr. Farrier and family, of Salem,
are picking prunes for Frank ( raw-
' Mr. and Mrs. Homer Allerman. of
Woodburn. are visiting at Frank
; Crawford 's.
Allwrt Wright, of Salem, was a
I Sunday guest at the home of Will
acres of strawberries.
Fred Hughes is living on Ins ranch
John Mason's family have return
ed home from the Chapman prune
drier, and he is hauling gravel tor
the road. , . , ,
John Dennis is planting about
three acres to strawbenes.
Mr and Mrs. Joe Sherwood, ot
Dallas, visited Clarence Sellers
i Sunday. ,, ...
I Mr and Mrs. Robert McNeil have
1 returned home to Walla Walla.
hall which was greatly enjoyed
the la rare and attentive audience.
The remarks of Councilman C. O.
Johnson and J. R. Mover concerni lg
the citv's growth during the pi.t
iu-, v..:.vs were wannlv received.
Fountain Murphy had one sheep
killed and several mutilated by coy
otes Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bird visited
the family of C. Nelson at Misletoe
Lee Tate's many friends in this
ueighboiii 1 will be sorry to learn
that he has irone to California on
account of failing health. His home
is in Willamina.
Frank St. John held services at
the school house Sunday.
0. E.. Dennis attended the Talier
naele lectures in Dallas Sunday.
Andy Tobv is planting several
n (Ireen sold Ins crop
m Harry Butz. He had
I, ,,,,.!,.,,, I In, she S.
! Hen Thompson i hauling wood
Don Miller is home from
I Drown prune drier.
j Mr. and Mrs. Tom Card
! Sundav afternoon with Mr. ain
I Joe Card at Bridgport. The
i are moving to 1 allas.
.. Mrs., ('has. J. Mover
T. R. Mover
S. A. Hulburt
Miss Sybil Wilson
Mrs. ). G. Singleton
..Miss Violet Famdoepher
C. (). Johnson
A. B. Scrvev. L. Hulburt
Robert Far!, of Mon-'
iruests of Mrs. F. S. i
of Mr. Karl.. After j
hev will n to Califor-!
1!. F. Boiiirhey, former resident ot
here, who is engaged in the hotel
business at Salem, visited friends in
this city Monday.
! Mr. and Mrs. Waller I.. Tooze and
sons. Lamar and Leslie, visited
j friends in Portland and Woodburn
pies- i I lus weeK.
it o rs
Johnstone has ret ni ne 1
. I-'. Courier
and Mrs. D.
. .1. Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. Weise and Mrs.
ton from Sheridan. were vi
on the creek Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson made a
business trip to Ballston recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Jones spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn
Jones of Harmony.
Miss Bessie Weguer has returned
from Lebanon and is working for
Kriiesl Drown of Sheridan.
Several from here attended the
it Fridav night
l ehll ives
ie White Sat-
vveiit to Dal
le! iirned from
Mrs. W. K.
J. H. Flower isileil
MoiiiiM.uth S.-ilurdav and
.lean Kmkciidall. o
visited with Mr. and
s Chloe Pal r
euee. visited M's I I
uiilav and Sun. lav.
Mom goniei v
S. II. Lethrow
visit with Mr. aie
Itert in Portland Thurs.lav.
Dr. II A. K it ii I mat. ii. of lileudale.
visited Mr. and Mis. F. M ll.llna.th
Mis. Jesse Moore relumed from
11im.iI River Wednesday.
Mrs. II. V... Suit and son Paul,
returned from a visit with relative-:
ill Salem, Wednesd.iv, . ;
Mrs. ).. .1. I'vvis was a
.Mix II. I. Kan d.i.l and
Salem, visiled Mr. am! Mr
Sutherland ihe tiist of the
I. II." Bradv ha- retui!'.
home in M.
.1. A. I
I low a I
Mr. a i
! Dray is m
d Mrs. Char!
a we i.
Mr. and Mr
tana, are the
1 visiting here I
Born to the wife of Mr. J. House-j
man, October 4, a daughter. j
Mr. and Mrs. Ennnitt Staats, oft
lAirlee were in town last week. '
j Charles Haines and family of!
' .Myrtle Point, is in town and expect:
!o remain here during the winter.
Grandpa ami Grandma Haines
have returned from Southern Ore
gon and expect to remain here,
j Mr. and Mrs. Cass Riggs, of (Vow
I ley,, spent Sunday with Mrs. Bigg's
i mother, Mrs. E. Bedwell.
; Mrs. Dell Butler, of Portland, vis
ited over Sunday at the home ot lit
parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. Newman.
William Walker, of Independence,
attended the funeral of Mrs. II. K.
; Mr. and Mrs. 'Dell Marks and
family, of Summit. Benton county,
were in town last week. Their old
est daughter will remain to attend
Mr. Balden of Independence, was
in town the tirst of the- week n bus
iness. The Monmouth prune dryer has
been running dav and night.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob P.abb of Mali...
are in town and expect to locate
Mi-s u!a Kevt was a MeMinnville
Mr. and Mrs.' Joe Loop, of Bried
well, vi-ited Sunday vvith F. Jeu-ning-
Mr. Hill and Lawn Yoakum, of
Dallas, spent Saturday and Sunday
with relatives at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. John Durant were
visitors in I'eirvdale Sunday.
F.i id I lays, of ( 'oluiiibia. is
at tl.e home of John Ding-
v im! nr.
d to his
at i hi' home
Kel'l!. West of
. of Salem, is
of her brother,
in Monroe. Washington
Warren Wright, of hec;
Mr. and-Mix. A. Snniiu im Sun
Mr. ercler is about through .trv-
jied I'1 "lies.
Peiirce of Salem came out and
( !i icr.
Grier drove to Dallas
tl.e week-end wi'.h Miss .
Ki. key. C. O.
in Mr. Crier's
g in tlieir
Pearl Joss.' ..f
Ki.l ard Van I e
BriM's a'e .in.
ti e Ri.kre;,:!.
John I , r.':.".;-..
It.M.k Mr. and Mrs.
family out joy ridir
i Sunday, through l:i
j Mr. and Mrs. Creed Owen
f.pnily visited their cousin. M
; Mix. L. Gi ice and fatri'
iTl.v have returned
. K. :r
1 1 I.
. w a-
a 1 Mi
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e ef t!.
r a sic
Frank Rowley and Goscn Burhank
went to Salem on business Friday.
Jesse Yost sold a bunch of hogs
to Joe Brown Saturday for s'lMS.Ild.
Blueford Bush ami family visited
at Jesse Yost's place last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. 1,'ex Winner wen' to
Salem shopping Friday, returning
Mr. Love is shingling Fred John
Mrs. Will Bush and daughter. Miss
Elsie, called on Mrs. Annie Fruit t
last Sunday night.
Miss Venue McGee returned home
ii'om Fa-tern Oregon last week.
sick but is better.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom
two children visile. 1
M K. Pruitt is haul
Alma Womer went
School began last Monday with IS
students. Miss Stella Met
has been pretty
1 1 1 ij
to Airlee last
is ) ,.,e,
Mr. Cook and family
has moved to
Mr. .Termau, who moved
List week, is iiuw engag.
real estate business.
Tl.e iiuart smi of Mr. and Mrs
d in the
trK "i fann bv fl.ji av..l
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Law Oice Is Moved.
Have inmeij r.v o:l , e t ' j--!! j
ar.,1 9, r.ev- Will an bil:.: -. Ws'
'r I . Te .-e, Jr.. I.nv.-r.
As u f.-.y tr. at. d. a pr.ine,l ark!,. l?o.t in tlie World.
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I-ir. m. nt fro as ,,on as the injury ! ma:!. Sutherland's Eagle Eye
' anJ ct wrvins- the dlree- I Palve is the beset eye remedy in the
iot. i:h each lout,, a cure can te world. 25c.
fTrcUd In fr.m two to four da.
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Pr. I-II r.n -Tar II iry. J,
Ms Pan!.,!. rt.-rtor. JV.., ; Th.re
is no w.: c'i;e .;, h t i4' it f. r
couch, co'..!. Or rr. Wr.ttsa and
Ionchin I.s. k f.-r th- r, :i cr. the
I tUtlsfai tioa of Mo-tirr-e.
i- , , v , . , . 1 The OT.sen-er has added SaUsfact:on '
; t. -M. s. a-p , f Iaiekiam ite. has ; of Mortpace to It stock cf legal
r.-.-ir.-.li..,:... a'.t.r a tiit to this . blanks. Notr.rie. and attorney may
' '" " 'rr,n. ,now cnre them in any quantity de-
s r.si. t none orders fcr eg al tlacks
riven prompt atttention.
7 t. ladies' :
School oH.ied with a good attend
ance. Prof. Yancamp, of ,1nde
IH'iidence, is the principal and Miss
Murdoc, of Monmouth is the assist
ant. J. S. Smith and family, who have
been living south of Airlee for Ihe
past year, have recently moved into
the lienrv Berry house of this place.
Hev. Wood held his regular ap
pointment here Sunday evening to
a large audience.
Mrs. Levina Simpsson and son Jj
don, who have been away to sL
son's lopging camp the past l
months, have returned home.
Link Allen, of the firm of AL
Brothers, Kings Valley, spent Satj
day and Sunday at this place.
Mack Crowley, the rural mail cj,
rier, has moved into Mrs. JIarti
Mrs. Guy Metcalf, of Airlee, net
to Dallas last week to visit friends,
Mr. Uhlrich has returned home a!
ter several weeks absence iu
Mr. Lyge Kalway is home on
visit at present.
Miss Violet Wilson, of the Ai4
telephone office, visited at her hot,
south of town Monday and Tuesda;
(iuy Metcalf is now bookkeepr
for Simpson Logging Company1
Miss Kate AVeinert has resign,;
her position as clerk at Miller i
corn & Co's store and Miss Not
Weiuert has taken her place. "
J. W. lb.iies' mother has comet
make her home with Mr. and 1I.V
The Airlee Sunday School m
with the Lewisville Sunday Sck
at Lewisville. Sunday, where thr '
enjoyed a rally.
Mrs. Ii. Toner, a milliner of Dalit
is at the lii)'rial. Portland Orej.
Top-Notch Quality in Young Men's
Clothing at Lowest Prices
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WE have the finest clothing store in
town-the best selections in clothing
from the best makers. Yet you'll
find our prices lower than elsewhem We
know how to buy and we want vour trade
that's the reason. Our range of suits over
coats and furnishings covers all that we can
recommend. Ederheimer-Stein Suits for
Young Men as low as $15. And, if any
thing goes wrong-your money back.
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A Reliable Place to Trade
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