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THE POLK COUNTY OBSERVER. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1915.
DOINGSIN POLK COUNTY
STORIES BY THE OBSERVER'S
Personal Paragraphs Pertaining
Movements of People Whom
You All Know.
John Bmden, who has been spend
ing a couple of weeks at the Sun
Francisco fair, returned to Hugh
Farmers the middle of last week.
Mrs. Herbert Fawk was a visitor at
Oak Grove one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Webb Lewis of Oak
Grove were visitors at Cass Riggs one
day last week.
M. F. White and Kaner Trent
butchered ten nice hogs the middle
of last week.
R. J. Williamson and family were
John Muno was hauling lumbel
from Dallas last week.
Mrs. Dennett shipped several dozen
nice turkeys to Seattle for the
Clarence' McCrow of Smithneld was
in this vicinity one day last week,
Mrs. Farmer shipped several ttair-
Jceys to Portland last week.
Mrs. G. C. Smith has been spend
ing several days with her brother,
Dow Coulter, near Corvallis. He has
been quite ill with pneumonia, but
is now improving.
Lloyd Mallicoat, who -is teaching
school in Clackamas county, came up
Saturday to have his turkeys dressed
F. M. Edgar and son William were
Dallas visitors Saturday.
Several from here attended the
dance at McCoy Saturday night.
C. H. farmer shipped hogs and
sheep lrom McCoy this week.
Mr. Newfeldt and family were Sun
day visitors at Polk station.
Mr. Wilson was a Dallas visitoi
George Sherwood of Salem spent a
few days last week at the Dennett
Mr. Warren was a Salem visitor
Dr. Starbuck and Dr. McCallon
were called the first of the week to
see Seth Riggs, who is again quite
ill. A Portland doctor was also call
ed Tuesday and arrangements made
to take Mr. Riggs to Portland, where
he probably may undergo an opera
tion if he does not improve soon.
Methodist Episcopal church Sunday
afternoon at three o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Cass Riggs of La
ureoie were tne guests of Grandma
Bedwell, Mrs. Riggs mother, Satur
day. William Riddleger shipped 32 head
to or Hne hogs Monday, for which he
got a good price.
Evert Hetterbrand was a business
visi'tor in town Mondav. He is one
or the leading fanners of the Luckia-
Mrs. Earl Wallis of Portland w
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Nettie
Boehe, the latter part of last week.
Limon Parker says his 'burned
hands are getting along as well
could be expected under ithe circum
stances, but it will be some time be-
lore they are well.
The death of W. Steinberg's daugh
ter, Orrie, who died last Friday, cast
a gloom over the town, for she was
well loved by all, and had a bright
prospect before her. At the time she
was taken sick she was teaching
school at Airlie. the funeral was
held from the Christian church. The
father, brother and sisters have the
sympathy of all.
C. Newman is putting the finishing
touches on his new house.
The different churches held Thank:
giving in 'the Normal chapel Thur
Mrs. C. C. Lee went to Albany the
latter part of last week to see her
children, returning home the first of
Leaner Compton, wife and mother
of Highland have moved to southern
Oregon, where they will go into the
Mrs. W. B. Agee was in Sheridan
on business Thursday.
Robert Lamm, who has been wonk
ing in a logging camp in Washington,
made a short visit home during the
E. L. Sechrist and little daughter
Grace returned Tuesday night from
an extended visit in Portland
A M. Tillery and son Clyde, Orval
Harris and Warren Gould attended
court at McMinnville Thursday.
The Ladies' Social club met at the
home of Mrs. Joe Sechrist Thursday
John Harris hurt his side quite bad
ly, by a fall Wednesday.
John White, formerly of this place,
but now of Butte, Montana, visited
friends here a few days during tie
Mrs. Dora Howard visited her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ottinger at
Mrs. G. W. Clark was hurt quite
badly by a fall at her home, north of
town, one day during the week.
Rev. Worrall gave a talk to the Boy
Scouts at the chuieh service Sunday
afternoon. Scout Master Frank Oliver
and several of the scouts being present.
Mrs. Oren Reynolds visited her
fcrafclw, Mrs. Florence Hamilton, in
Portland during the week.
The entertainment given by the Wo
men of Woodcraft Saturday night
was quite successful, theie being a
lai-ge crowd in attendance. A good
program was given, followed by a
short address by Miss Jennie Greene,
state organize and a drill by the
drill team of McMinnville circle. The
jitney supper was then served, af:er
which the remainder of the evening
was spent in playing games.
Grandpa Tillery returned Saturday"
night from visiting his daughter, Mrs.
Slagle at Monroe.
R. L. Sears visited his son waiuo
at McMinnville Saturday.
Herbert Poynter butchered six hogs
Monday, Henry Butler, Charley Cur
tis and William Etherton assisting
Dr. Seaig was called to see Nor
man Tufford, who was quite sick Sun
Mr. Thompson of Perrydale attend
ed church here Sunday.
Henry Thomas was in Portland on
Mrs. Celia Jones of Dallas was vis
iting hep parents Mr. and Mrs. Hen
ry Dorton during the week.
George Ball was a Portland visitor
ry Dorton, during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Drumeller of
Sheridan attended the Circle enter-1
tainment Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Dawson wei in Port- j
land on business daring the week.
W. H. Doring made a trip to Wil- j
lamina Saturday. " I
Elmer Newbill and Joe Sechrist at
Wallie Brawn is running his saw
mill and is shipping ties from Bridge
several hundred cords of wood are
awaiting shipment from Gilliam and
Mrs. Ida Minnich, who lias been sick
the past week, was taken to the Dal
There hasn't been much farming
done in this vicinity owing to the con
tinued dry weather, but 'there is mois
ture to spare now.
Oscar and Cecil Smith have gone
into the daily business, having pur
chased 20 cows to begin with. Willis
Fiink and wife are working for them.
Mrs. Alice Belieu of Whiteson visit
ed her parents here one day last
Miss Emma Barker is teaching the
Henry Fern has finished his rock
crushingcontract on Salt Creek and
returned to his home.
Joe Murphy and Roy McDonald are
plowing on the old ford place, which
they have rented.
Linza Dennis says there are three
things he doesn t like in' Colorado
the high and cold winds, the electric
storms, and the rattlesnakes. He says
there has been cattle killed by light
ening near him the past summer.
W. I). Illingworth is going Satur
day on a visit to Portland.
Bruce Miller is plowing for Lot
Hi-own on his tarm east or Dallas.
Don and Brace Miller are work
ing on the rock quarry railroad.
Where are the good roads Judge
Teal boasts so much about. Well
maybe they are good when yon get
down to them.
The fly season being over and Mrs.
Ida Kobinson having some "tangle
foot" left over, she has put it to
another use. She had a piece on her
pantry table just below a shelt. some
thing set ui a terrible squealing,
land hastening to the pantfry ahfc
found a mouse on the paper with all
four feet stuck last, she said it w
certainly a comical sight.
W. W. Fawk was a Portland visit
or the latter part of last week.
Isaac Robertson butchered a nice
calf last Friday and peddled out.
Otto Hansen came over from Salem
to his farm Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farmer were
Sunday visitois with relatives here.
Mr. Warren was a Rickreall caller
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Williamson were
Sunday visitors at J. W. Edgar's.
Seth Fawk butchered hogs the first
of the week.
Mrs. J. W. Lewis called at lass
RisrsV Tuesdav to see her brother,
Seth Riggs, who is again quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Entertain
What was undoubtedly one of .he
most delightful social functions of
the Thanksgiving season was that fit
the pretty home of Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur L. Martin Wednesday evening,
when several couples assembled upon
invitation to play Five Hundred ind
banquet. The decorations were a fea
ture of the occasion, and created
much favorable comment from the
guests. The reception hall and par
lors were bedecked with Oregon grape
and multicolored autumn leaves, wnile
chrysanthemums in profusion were in
evidence throughout. In the dining
room terns predominated, while the
illumination was by two strands of
incandescent electric lights of various
hues extending from corner to corner
and centering immediately over a
spacious table especially, arranged to
receive twenty covers, the number
laid lor the occasion. The banauet.
for such it was, consisted of four
courses, daintily served by the hostess,
assisted by the Misses Scott, and was
greatly appreciated by the guests. Fol
lowing the midnight repast music and
dancing. Miss Helen May Scott ren
dered a number of vocal selections, ac
companied by Miss Alaomi Scott on
the violin, each number being heartily
encored. The honors of the evening
at tne card-play were awarded to Mr.
H. I. Price and Mrs.. S. B. Tavlor.
The consolation prizes went to Mrs.
E. K. Piasecki. The merry party dis
banded at a late hour, loud in their
praises ot the splendid entertainment
accorded them by Mr. and Mrs. Mar
tin, those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. E. K. Piasecki. Mr. and Mrs. S.
B. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Sund
berg, Mr. and Mrs. Lew. A. Cates, Mr.
and Mrs. H. I. Price, Judge and Mrs.
H. H. Belt, Mr. and Mrs. Lot Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Crider, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur L. Martin. Miss Helen
May S(;ott and Miss Naomi Scott.
land, California, to John Sanford of
that, place. Of the bride the Orland
unit says "The bride has been a
resident of Orland for the last six
years, during which time she. has
made many friends in this locality.
She was bom in Oregon, and came
here from Idaho, where the family
lived for a number of years. Mr. and
Mrs. Sanford will make their home
upon their ranch two miles east of
Box Social The young people of
cne Baptist church will give-'a box
social at the church tomorrow even
ing, to which the public is extended
an invitation. There will be three
classes children, young people and
married people and the boxes of all
except the former class will be dis
posed of "at auction to the hL-beat
and best bidder for cash in hand.'
Those young ladies who attend are
requested by the committee to bring
a wen-niiea dox.
Congratulate Veteran About half
the membership of U. S. Grant Post.
G. .A. R., accompanied by their wives,
assembled at the Home or Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. Fuqua Monday evening,
and assisted in appropriately cele
brating the anniversary of that vet
eran's birth. Reminiscences of war
days were indulged in by the partici
pants, in the "unpleasantness" of a
half century ago, while the gentler six
enjoyed themselves in music and song.
Refreshments were served.
Thimble Tear The Young Woman's
section of the Woman's club held a
thimble tea at the library club room
last Monday evening. The club mem
bers brought ready prepared viands
for a six o'clock meal and hot tea was
prepared in the library kitchen. The
evening was spent with thimbles,
needles and merriment, and the young
ladies carried home something more
than pleasant memories in the dainty
Christmas gilts resulting from their
deft handwork. " .
Celebrates Birthday One of the
most pleasant social functions of last
week in the rural realm of Polk coun
ty was the observance of the sixti
eth anniversary of the birth of that
well-known and highly respected citi
zen of Soring VflllftV. Mr (I TT rvnw
lord, and com nir n the, imlnm at o I social at xiugene Mr. anu jure.
surprise" it was doubly appreci-1 ueorge uernnger were guesi-s at a
ated by the recipient of the favor. very Pretty Boclal a5a.lr ln ""Sene on
A variation of the old game of "Spin
Farewell Reception A few of the
neighbors met at the home of James
Kosb or Oakdale on Monday evening
tor a tarewell visit with the Clifford
family, who are moving to Pioneer.
The evening was spent with song and
story and a good time was enjoyed
by all. Those present were the fam
ilies or John Southworth, Thos. Card
James Ross, Mr. Clifford and George
TERSE TALES OF TOWN
LOCAL NEWS OP DALLAS AND
Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to
People and Their Movements,
Gleaned by Observer.
the Platter," was played, in whicl
each loser paid his forfeit by telling
or some interesting incidents m his
lite. Many entertaining tales wer
told, the scenes being laid in Illinois,
California, Kansas, Mexico and many
other places besides in Oregon. Es
pecially interesting were the accounts
of a aenible Kansas blizzard, told
by Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and James
French, also the account of mission
work by Mrs..W. T. Scott. All join
ed in the sentiment that Oregon was
ohe best state yet. Charades were
also enjoyed and at a late hour a lap
supper was served by the hostess.
Those present were Rev. W. T. Scott
and wite, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Calton
Mr. and Mis. R. A. Looney, Mr. and
Mrs. Sara'l Barker, Mr. and Mrs. J
Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. James
ench, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Coolev.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Henry. Mr. and
Mrs. J. Starr, .Rev.- G. A. McKinlay,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Taylor. James
Fleener, Vict or Simpson. Mr. and
Mrs. vtm. Crawford. Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Crawford, Donnel Crawford
nd Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Crawford
The younger generation was repre
sented by Irene Looney, Clara Starr,
I larence stair, Kenneth Henry, Eve
lyn French, Harold French, and Rob
Packard-Lewis Adin B. Packard
nd Lillian B. Lewis, both of Airlie.
ere united in marriage at the Meth
odist parsonage Wednesday noon
Rev. Bennett performing the cere
mony. Die witnesses to the tvmg of
tne nuptial Knot were Mrs. A. K.
Lewis, mother of the bride, and Mrs.
Rov E. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Paek-
rd will make their home in Dallas.
Both the contracting parties arc well
and favorably known in the Ah lie
section, where the news of their mar
riage will be met with congratulations
from many admiring friends.
A short program was rendered by
the pupils of the Oak Point scii'ool
last Fridav evening. After which
they reorganized the ParentTeach
ers' association. The next meeting
ho held December 3.
Vw rains, but it pours. The
farmers of this vicinity have been
verv anxious to finish their late sow
ing, but the rains have prevented tne
work. , .
Mrs. Mike Becker is at the bedside
of her mother, Mrs. Simons, who is
nnite ill at her home in Salem.
ru Emma Montgomery is visiting
her sister. Mrs. Stewart oi Ai.oy.
Mr. Gus Sperling has returned
from a business trip to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. John Walker were
business callers at Independence.
Mr. Albm tsecser is visaing ---
Mr. I. O. Arehart was a business
ralrer at Independence luesday.
u.,i.. Pt.r TWselt met with nnite
tended a shooting match at Perrydale an accident one day lat week. W hile
plavine with some powoer u
dentally exploded, injuring one of his
hands quite seriously.
Mrs. A. K. Chase has been on iie
sick list for some time.
(Continued on page eight)
Mrs. Davis of Portland has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Joe Sech
rist. Two young men named Shrivcr
from McCafe will hold services, at the
Mother Meet A helpful Moth
ers' meeting was held at the home of
Mrs. Van Orsdel on Tuesday after
noon. Papers were read on the sub
ject of "Parental Responsibility."
and "Whose Daughterf" The dis
cussion was participated in by all
present. Miss Irwin very sweetly
rendered the beautiful song, "Oh,
Dry Those Tears." and as an encrae
the ladies' quartet sang "My Name
in Mother's Praver." Delicious light
refreshments were served and the
meeting adjourned to meet at the li
brary in two weeks.
Grimes-Conker A quiet home wed
ding ceremony was that at which Na
than Grimes of Salem was united in
marriage to Miss Violet E. Conkey of
Monmouth on Sunday afternoon. The
Rev. Mr. Fisher, of the Evangelical
churrh, officiated at the wedding.
which was performed at the parson
age. Unly the immediate lamiiy oi
the bnde and groom attended the
happy event, and all greatly enjoyed
the delightful dinner that waa served
by the bride's parents after the early
afternoon ceremony. The couple will
be at home to their friends in Salem.
Saturday evening, following the foot
ball game. The function was in uon
or of Miss Cornelia Marvin, state li
brarian, and was given by Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Calkins jf Eugene. Cov
ers were laid for sixteen, including
the host and hostess.
Entertain at Cards Dr. and Mrs.
W." L. Holloway most pleasantly en
tertained a party of friends last Fri
day evening at Five Hundred. The
rooms were artistically decorated, a
Thanksgiving scheme being very suc
cessfully carried out. Following the
play dainty retreshments were served
by the hostess.
Those persons possessing the idea
that Falls City people are without
good hard cash simply because lum
bering operations are at a temporary
standstill, should glance at the report
of the condition of the Bank of Falls
City at the close of business Novem
ber 10. Among its listed liabilities
appear the following items: Individ
ual deposits subject to check, $40,-
2l2.8; postal savings bank deposits,
$3,797.93; demand certificates of de
posit, $198; time and saving deposits,
$6,491.58, making a total of $50,-
Corvallis Times: "Mr. and Mrs.
C. V. Johnson and the children left
yesterday for their home in Airlie,
Polk county, after spending several
days in Corvallis as guests of Mr.
Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Johnson, and their many old-time
mends in this city. 1 hey, were in
Eugene Saturday to visit a sister ot
Mr. Johnson and attend the higigame.
V. couldn t stay long this time.
but he anticipates bringing his fam-
ly here tor the Christmas holidav
season and hopes at that time to meet
many more of his old friends.
The Falls City Business Men a
league will hold its next regular meet
ing on the evening of December 8.
The association includes the live wires
of that place, and the best interests
of the community are carefully guarded.
The second monthly Sales day
promises to be a grand success. The
farmers of- the surrounding country
are becoming more and more inter
ested in the plan, and are giving en
couragement to the. undertaking by
bringing in articles. Those who have
anything on the farm for which they
have no use, should convert it into
something useful by exchanging it at
Remember the Woman's club ba
zaar, Friday, December 3.
Miss Hazel bcott of Salem was m
Dallas on professional business on
More than $25,000 were spent on
Marion county roads during the
month of October.
Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grant returned
on Sunday from a fortnight in San
L. C. Johnson has taken np his du-
ies with the Espee. running out of
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Woods are en
joying a visit from their son during
the vacation granted by the Univer
sity of Oregon.
G. H. Edwards of Ballstbn1 was a
visitor in the city early in the week.
Mrs. John H. Lockman of Salem,
spent Sunday with her" husband in
Dallas. Mr. Lockman is a conductor,
working out of Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hearn of Port
land were in Dallas on Sunday.
E. B. Long has arrived in Dallas
to take up his duties on the Southern
Pacific trains. Mr. Long relieves F.
a. cowie on the local runs.
Select your Christmas gifts at the
Woman's club bazaar, Friday, De
Newman Dennis spent the week-end
Miss Helen Fletcher is snendino- (!..
Thanksgiving vacation at her home at
Miss Owens, a faculty member of
wallas high school, left Thursday
morning 10 spend Thanksgiving week
with her parents in Portland.
Miss Vera Wagner SDent Thanks
giving with friends in Independence.
Miss Pauline Coad, who has been
visiting friends in Eugene, has return
ed to bar home.
Laird Wood, of the Karma Sitrma
of Eugene, is spending the week-end
with his parents in this city.
Miss Delillia McDaniel of the U. of
0., is spending her Thanksgiving va
cation with her parents at Rickreall.
Miss Leone Williams of the U. of
0. is spending the week-end with her
Miss Hazel Knight of Eugene spent
the week-end with her parents.
Frank Campbell of Eugene spent
inanKsgiving with his parents. ,
John Eakin, who for several weeks
has been visiting his brother, H. C.
Eakin, left on Wednesday morning
for Portland, where he will start the
return trip to his home at Waco,
Miss Winifred Wing of Eugene
spent the week-end ait the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Farrington.
Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Butler of Mon
mouth and D. R. Riddle of the same
place, were registered at a Por'lanJ
hotel the first of the week.
Mrs. George Hodges and little
daughter Margaret spent Thanksgiv
ing at Newberg with Mrs. Hodges'
Miss Rowell of Afton, Iowa, a cons
in of Mrs. Chet Coad, Mrs. A. V. R.
Snyder and Mrs. V. P. Fiske, and who
has msny relatives in this city, was
a guest in the city the first of the
Alderman John Sweeney was a
Portland visitor early in the week.
Miss Beitha M. Oliver of the Mon
mouth Normal, spent her Thanksgiv
ing vacation in Salem.
Miss Catlierwood returned on Wed
nesday from Corvallis, where she is
attending school, to spend the Thanks
giving vacation with her father. -
Cult of the Needle, Klickmann ed;
Complete Dressmaker, Laughlin ed;
Methods of iteaching in High Schools,
Parker; Commercial Education in
Public and Secondary Schools,
Thompson ; Backward Child, Morgan ;
Educational Resources of Village and
Rural Communities, Hart ed; Voca
tional and Moral Guidance, Davis;
Home Games, Hapgood ; Book of
Games, White; Lakes of North Amer
ica, Russell; Plants and Their Uses,
Sargent; Working Principles of Rhet
oric, Genung; Holy Roman Empire,
Bryce; Norman Conquest, Freeman;
Crusades, Areher-Kingsford ; Locomo
tives, bimple, Compound and Elec
tric, Reagan; Plutarch's Lives, Ellis
ed; Advanced Elocution, Mrs. J. W.
shoemaker; Practical Elocution, J.
W. Shoemaker; Johnny Appleseed,
Atkinson; Tom Jones, Fielding; Cas
tle liin, Weyman; less of the V -I'rbervilles,
Hardy; Far From the
Madding Crowd, Hardy; Richard Fer-
Juvenile books Father ' Goose,
Baum; Story Book Friends, Murray;
Child at Play, Murray; Banbury
Cross Stories, Howard e;d Tale of
Pigling Bland, Potter; Book of Fairy
Tale Bears, Johnson; Short SJories
for Little Folks, Bryce; King of the
Golden River, Ruskin; Fairy Stories
and Fables; Baldwin; Chinese Fables
and Folk Stories, Davis and Chow
Leung; Betty Tucker's Ambition,
Wray; Boy Scouts on Swifit River,
Burgess; Young Sharpshooter, Tom
linson; Jester of St. Timothy's, Pier;
Myths of the Red Children, Wilson;
School Team in Camp, Earl; On-the
School Team, Earl ; Princess and Car
die, MacDonald; Pinocchio, Loren
zinn; Little Orphan Annie, Riley;
Children's Book of Christmas Stor
ies, Dickinson and Skinner; College
Years, Paine; Wind Fall, Stoddard;
Cattle Ranch to College, Doubleday;
Wells Brothers, Young Cattle Kings,
Adams; Five Little Peppers in the
Little Brown House, Sidney; Around
the End, Barbour; Patty m Paris,
Wells; Ruth of Boston, Otis; Miss
Santa Clans of the Pullman, John
ston; The Iron Star From Mvtth to
History, True; Grandpa's Little
Girls' Houseboat Party, Curtis; Swiss
Family Robinson, Wyss; Irish Twins,
Perkins; With the Indians in the
Rockies. Schultz: Book of Indian
Braves, Sweetser; Our Little German
Cousin, Wade; When Mother Leits Us
Keep Pets, Johnson; Harper's Wire
less Book, Verrill.
' FARM MORTGAGE LOANS. v
Write to us about terms, stating
amount wanted and character and val
ue of farm, location, ete.
FEAR & GRAY, Portland, Ore.
Temporary address 102 Fourth St.
ONE CENT A WORD, 'PHONE 10.
Observer want ads. do the tax.
YOUNGSTERS SECURE LOOT.
Sanford Farley Miss Wanda Far
ley, youngest daughter of Thomas A.
Farlev, and native of Polk rountv.
was married on November 14 at Or-
The Observer's Melting Hons Enter
ed and Metal Taken.
The Observer, and its next door
neighbor, Sibley & Eakin. have been
suffering losses through the depreda
tions of young boys, the printery hav
ing lost several pigs of linotype metal
from its melting house, located to the
rear of the plant. In order to secure
these a bole was dug under the build
ing, which has no floor other than
dirt, through which the lads reached.
The discovery was made on Wednes
day, one of the guilty lads located
and a portion of the loot recovered.
Still more, however, is missing, and
inasmurh as The Observer is in pos
session of their name, unless it is re
turned without delay, tbey will be
made to answer tolbe charge of tiieft.
Sibley k Eakin are the losers of sev
eral tools of small value, and it is
probable that they went the same
THE CITY IN BRIEF
Dr. Lowe, Deeember 10-11.
Lessons in voice, Miss Gertrude Ir
win, 321 Washington street. Phone
The Sterling Furniture company
frames pictures. 64-tf.
For Fire and automobile- Insurance
f Chas. Gregory, city hall ti-tf
Dr. C. U Foster, dentist. City Bank
bulldlnc. Dallas. Tl-F.
The Sterling Furniture company
frames pictures. 64-tf.
There is mora to hair cutting tnan
merely cutting- off the hair. Try us
for an up-to-date stylish hair cut-
C. W. Bhulta. l-tf.
Dr. Rem pel. Chiropractor. Sit Church
Dr. Stone's Heav Drops cure
heaves. Price II. for sale by all drug
gists, Adv. 7-tf
The Dallas Wood company is ready
to furnish you with mill wood. Oood
loads and good service. All wood cash
on delivery. Prions 4J. U-tf.
The Sterling Furniture company
frames pictures. 64-tf.
New Library Books.
Furniture Design for School and
Shop. iVsshsw; Houe Fnrniti re and
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FOR SALE Fine fresh Jersey cow,
seven years old. Price reasonable.
Cass Riggs, South Red 15. 75-tf.
FOR SALE Buildings suitable for
private garages. Will trade for
wood. R. L. Chapman. 73-tf.
FOR SALE Choice building lots, or
trade. Bollman and Staats. 73-tf.
WANTED Machine, cast and stove
plate Iron, brass and copper, sino
and rubber, and rags of all kinds;
In fact, junk of all kinds. A. N.
Halleck, Monmouth, Oregon. 8tf.
TO EXCHANGE A horse, for cow,
pigs or hay. Apply J. A. Wiens,
1108 Stump street, Dallas. 7(i-3t
FOR SALE White Leghorn pullets.
n aldnrtt and U. A. c. strain.
Thompson poultry farm, phone 13x1
FOR SALB Choice English walnuts,
15 cents a pound. Will light.
Phone S. F. 1x15. 77-lt.
FOR SALE Sixty-acre dairy farm
in Coos county; bottom land; half
mile from postolfice; mile from
school; on milk route; good winter
road; good improvements. Will
give terms. B. Folsom, Gail Hotel,
FOR SALE Span, mare and horse,
Belgian and Percheron, coming 4
and 5 years old. Worth $300, will
sell for (100 each. J. G. Brown,
North Dallas. 74-41-x
FOR SALE Potato sacks cheap. Ew-
lng Bros., Dallas; phone'19xl5.
FOR SALE Pedigreed Airdale pup,
male; a dandy; price Phone
POSITION WANTED Married man
wants position on ranch in Dal I -is
district. Understsnds stock, fruit
snd poultry. References furnished.
Fsmily consists of wife and baby.
Address Mobley, Box 58, Muster,