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TERSE TALES OF TOWN
LOCAL NEWS OF DALLAS AND
Personal Paragraphs Pertaining
People and Their Movements,
Gleaned by Observer.
J. C. Hammel, who has orchard
lands near Dallas, will soon engage in
the hotel business at Corvallis.
Governor Withycombe has been in
vited by Henry Ford to become a
member of the party of 100 who will
soon visit Europe on a mission of
peace, but the chief executive . has
declined to join the excursion, i
W R Rhnfer of McOov was a Dal
las business visitor on Friday and
Mrs. William Kaerth was a Salem
visitor on Saturday, and as a conse
quence ' ' Bill "was forced to dine out.
Carl Fenton, teaching at Eugene,
spent the week-end with his parents
in this city.
A. N. Halleck of Monmouth, one of
the republican wheelhorses of that
section, was a business visitor to Dal
las on Saturday.
A magician claiming to be a nephew
of Herrmann, the great, gave a per
formance at The Grand last Friday
night, bringing out many clever old
chestnuts in that line.
Mr. Chapman has practically com
pleted the garage building on Main
street, and within a few days it will
be occupied by Mr. Shreeve, agent
for Ford automobiles in this section.
Holmes & Grant were the builders.
G. W. McGowan of Hopville was
a Dallas visitor on Saturday, as was
also his son, Warren, winner of the
state championship on sow and litter
of pigs at the Oregon fair last fall.
Mrs Til F, Pnrldock of Indepen
dence spent last Friday in Dallas, the
guest ot mends.
The family of Mr. Tahkersley, who
recentlv ourchased the Simonton &
Scott stock, will move hither from
nnrvollia thia week. Thev will re
side in the Uglow house on Court
Mrs. H. I. Price returned yester
day from Woodburn, where she spent
i.ha wApk-end with her Darents.
Mrs. Monroe Mulkey of Monmouth
. . r ni
spent tlie weeK-ena wun Mrs. iias.
Thos. Catherwood expects to leave
in a few days for his former home
in North Dakota, whither he goes on
n. visit-, ro his aired mother and to
plav "svenskitch" with some of his
old Swedish neighbors.
Miss Helen May Scott, who has
been a guest in the family of her
sister, Mrs. A. L. Martin, for some
weeks past, departed on Friday for
her home in Ashland.
H. Hirschberg of Independence was
transacting business in Dallas on Fri
day. 0. I. Chenoweth of the high school
faculty spent the Thanksgiving holi
days as a guest of Salem friends.
Miss Gladys Cartwright of the high
school faculty spent -the Thanksgiv
ing holidays with her parents at Sa
lem. Cleve Burch was a recent McMinn
Cassius Sibley, a student at 0. A.
C, was a guest of his cousin, J. E.
Sibley, during the week-end. His
home is in California.
Mrs. A. J. Hastings and Miss
Gladys Martin have gone to Califor
nia to spend the winter.
Mrs. O. C. Ramsdale spent last
week with Hillsboro relatives.
Nathan Manoek; a student at 0. A.
C, spent the latter days of the week
with his brother, Carl Manoek, of
Mi's. C. S. Chapin was the recent
guest of her son, Lulther J. Chapin of
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Craven returned to
Dallas on Friday, after having spent
Thanksgiving with relatives at Sheri
dan. Mrs. George Hodges spent a portiofl
of last week with her mother at New
berg. Mrs. C. B. Sundberg is at home
from a two months' visit in San
Mrs. Peter Bnscow and daughter.
Miss Stella, of Hillsboro. were recent
guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
D. P. Patterson.
Mias Gertrude Pollow was a Port
land visitor on Saturday.
H. C. Seymour, county school su
perintendent, and H. H. Parsons, lur-
al school suiiervisor. attended a meet
ing of the Parent-Teachers' associa
tion at Greenwood on Friday evening.
The department 's lantern and many
interesting slides were taken to
" Greenwood and Mr. Seymour's talk
in connection with the nictunes was
an interesting feature of the meet
ing. Mrs. H. Z. Tharp of Rainier, Ore
gon, is a gtrest of her sister-in-law.
Ufa I "Vi Brio 1 1 nx-iirv
Miss Sadie Linn, who is teaching
at the Montavilla school at Portland,
spent the Thanksgiving holidays with
her parents here.
Mis Ella Carpenter waa at the
home of her parents here during the
Thanksgiving holidays. Mi Carpen
ter, who is teaching at the Montavilla
wkftnl hmA aa hpr rami. Mis Mvr-
tle Iavis, who teaches at the name
R. H. Hawkins of Ernrene visited
,;: nirMita. Mr. and Mrs. Geonr
Hawkins, during the recent holidays.
1. K. Munenv will be an enthusi
astic witness at the big football gam
at Portland tomorrow.
William Busry of the Dallas Meal
company spent Sunday with his fam
ily at ealem.
Jess Barham returned on Sunday
evening from a brief visit at Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. A. JM. ilimes or rorr.
land left Dallas yesterday afternoon
after RnpnHinp most of the Week aS
guests of their sons, Edward J. Himea
and V. A. Himes.
John H. Lockman, Espee conductor,
spent Sunday with his family at Sa
lem. Phil Price was a Sunday visitor at
W. W. McBride of the Southern
Pacific force in Dallas was a visitor
in Portland on Saturday and Sunday.
C. H. Lane returned to Dallas af
ter a visit with his parents at Port
land. Ben Werner spent Sunday with Sa
E. K. Piasecki was a guest of rela
tives at Salem over Sunday.
Judge Belt and Miss Blancne Bar
rett, court reporter, returned to Mc
Minnulllo vraterdav to resume the
circuit court session in that city.
Miss Emma Skelton spent the
week-end with friends at Salem.
Bob Muscott waa a Sunday visitor
at the home of his parents in this
w n TTnmiltnn. bookkeeper for the
Willamette Valley Lumber company
horo has heen transferred to Mon
mouth, where he will take charge ot
the company's yards. Mr. iiamuron
mill Vio vpliowrl at. the local office
about the first of the month by Mr.
Matlock, formerly of Salem. Mr.
Matlock is already installed in the
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stallinger of
Independence were Sunday visitors in
Evan Viers returned from Portland
yesterday to spend a week on the Vi
ers farm near JJaJlas.
Vironl Alexander and Bert Club,
students at the University of Oregon,
were' guests of friends in the city on
Friday and Saturday.
P. H. Johnson of Monmouth was a
business visitor in Dallas on Friday.
W. E. Schafer of McCoy was a
Dallasisitor on Sunday.
H. W. tilagg oi uorvauis visuea
friends in this city on Sunday.
Mrs. Winnie Braden spent yester
day at Independence.
Miss Mary Currin of Corvallis spent
the week-end with Miss Elva Lucas.
Henry Blagg of Corvallis was a
guest of Miss Elva Lucas on Satur
day. ifica Ooorinn. Shaw of Salem scent
Thanksgiving vacation with her par
ents in this city.
Virgil Alexander of the Sigma Chi
Frat, at Eugene, spent the week-end
as house guests of Miss Maud Barnes.
Laird Woods of Eugene spent tne
week-end with his parents.
Ira Mix and Jrvin Jrencn or cor
vallis spent the latter part of the
week in Dallas, returning home Sun
Miss Gladys Cartwright spent the
latter part of the week with her
parents in Salem.
Nathan Manoek, a senior student
at flm Oiwnn Ao-nenltural college.
spent the Thanksgiving vacation with
his brother Carl and assisted annul
th dine- store. Nathan finishes a
course in pharmacy thia year.
Mr. and Mrs. il. rf. i osper spent
the week-end with tljeir daughter at
Mr. and Mrs. Al. Snyder spent
Thanksgiving day with McMinnville
Mrs. J. D. Barnett and Miss Bar
nett of Dallas were registered at Ho
tel Benson, Portland, on Saturday.
Mrs A L. Martin and her sister.
Naomi Scott, spent the day at Salem,
where Miss Scott is taKing music les
A rpu-ni.l is offered for the return
to The Observer office or to the office
of the county superintendent pf
a.,l,nlu .if a mirsp Inst on Saturdav
by Miss Julia Hedlund, between Salt
Cieek and Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Lot D. Brown and
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Taylor will be
spectators at the 0. A. C.-Syracuse
university toot ball game at I'oruanci
A nlnvslipil is bpinff prected on the
school ground! at Independence.
Am vnn n fill rTerer from headaches
or eve troubles? If so you owe it to
v., mi-,.. .If tn linvp a careful examina
tion made to determine whether your
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Results guaranteed, free consulta
tion at Gail Hotel, Saturday, Decem
School Budget Adopted.
At (l.p Imlpopiidence school meet
nir Inst wppk. the budiret as publish
ed' was adopted and a 10-milI levy was
Tlr Frppre. eve specialist, at Gail
hotel. Saturday, December 4.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
v.tipai i hrphv piven that the un-
dprsiimed has tiled in the County
Court of the State of Oregon, for the
County of Polk, her final Account
V-rci.lriT nf the Last tt ill and
Testament of John Ferguson, Deceas
ed, and that said Court hat fixed
(,,.l.i- Janimrv 3. 1916. at the hour
of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day as the
time and the County Court Room in
tho Cnnnlr Court House, in Dal!
in Polk County. Oregon, as the place
for hearing said final Account ana
II nhiaMMiima I hpnptn.
Dated at Dallas. Oreeon. November
) 1H1.V MARY JTCKHl SU.N.
Exeeirii of the Lst ill and Tes
tament of John Ferguson. Deceased.
OfcMrrer want ad, it Uw Ha
THE POLK COUNTY OBSERVES,
DOINGS IN POLK COUNTY
STORIES BY THE OBSERVER'S
Personal Paragraphs Pertaininto
Movements of People Whoriij l
You All 'Know.
Our school board has installed some
much-needed black boards in our
The heavy, storms have temporar
ily stopped the well drillers, who are
drilling a well for our school.
Mk Mikp Rpcker is stavinff with
her mother, Mrs. Simmons of Salem,
who is reported to be very ill.
Miss Mabel Becker has returned to
her home after staying with Mrs.
George Carroll several days while Mr.
Carrol was away on a visit.
Mrs. Lettie Huntlev and Mrs. Joe
Rniyprs we all-dav visitors at the
hnmp nf Mrs. F.. M. Youne.
Miss Grace Braden of Salem is vis
iting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
James Braden of this place.
I. M. Robinson was transacting bus-i-naaa
with thp writer last week.
Mr. and Mrs. William Morrow mo-
tjircrl tn Salem last Saturday. Will
u hp will not hack ud. slow down
stop and take water, as long as the
rtM hiilo-p ia nnpn tn t.rnvp.l.
Jim Huntley recently purchased
two thoroughbred Ancona roosters
from Jimmie Collins and eignieen m
cona pullets from Mr. and Mrs. Ben
nott. npor Tndenendence.
Mrs V.. F. Brown was transacting
business in Marion county last week.
Fred Young killed a big wild goose
last week, the first one reported this
Mr. and Mrs. Will Ridenhour de
parted last week for Vancouver, B. C.
Mrs. A. Hannum of Airlie was vis
aing Mrs. Manly Martin last week.
The ladies are sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Fawk of Oak
Grove visited several days last week
with Mrs. Fawk's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Young.
.Tf,hr,ni Znielaskowski returned last
week from Idaho, where he has been
working the past several monins.
Mrs. Murphy, mother of Mrs. Bige
low, is spending the winter with the
Mnrtin Tiros, finished sawing wood
for Mr. Bigelow last week.
Hueh Braden was a Mcwary visit
or last Sunday.
Herman Brown of Rickreall was on
n of,.opta lpcit. Tnpsrlnv.
Wallace Huntley and family of In
,i,,,iun..p snont. Thanksgiving with
his brother, J. T. Huntley, and fam
ily of this place.
a nro-p nuriipnpG firreeieu aupeiiu
tendent Seymour at our school house
loot TVirlnv Rvpninff. Mr. Seymour
showed a large lot of his industrial
picture's, which were highly appreci-
. . i ci : t,.
ated by all present, ouprrvwui- i
sons gave a splendid talk on Parent
Lottie and May Huntley were oa
lem visitors last week.
Horace Martin of Albany is visit
; hi nnclp. Manlv Martin, and fam
ilv. Horace was a gunner at one time
on one of Uncle Sam's big warships
k.,t ;a nw a ti pr nr t ne son.
A o-pntlpmnn who's name we tailed
tn .lrrtVA his llOl'SO tOO dOSe tO
the track here last Wednesday, to
meet a party on the east oounn moiur
car from Dallas, nis nag mane t
nnmnotA pirplp in the road, and E
mighty quick one, and headed for In
dependence at run speen. me mai
seen of the man, rig and nag, was
going over the Johnson raise, one
mile from the place or oeginning.
Turkey day was well ooserveu in
Miss Ethel Allen of Corvallis came
Wednesday, to spend Thanksgiving
and visit her brother warren and ins
Mr. A. 0. Brown and Mr. Becker
were Salem visitors last week.
n., ophnnl hnnrH let a contract for
clearing our school ground by sealed
bids. Louie liaselton naving tne io
r YtA rpppivpH the work.
John loung is gruDOing some oi
his oak timber.
V f Vnnnir recentlv returned trom
Hficcnnri. his Vinvhond state.
It 4a rpivitprl that Armond onng
departed last week tor asliington
state, where lie will engage in farm
Th p-rnndstand on the school
orniiiiils has been leveled to the
..,it hv thp rpcpnt npnvv winds
The Simpson ixigging compi.nj 1-mpkino-
nrpivirations Hi drive its logs.
They were hung up last year because
of insufficient water in the river to
get them down.
Tlu. InmW fur a'phnol nlflVshed is
on the ground, and the work of erect-
nff the structure will go iorwani
without iinnpcpssarv delav.
- AlHprt 1wis has been suffering
with rheumatism, ana nas oeen com
pelled to remain away trom scnii
tnr opi'pral HAVft.
A half doien passengers were left
at the railway station the other even
intr t par failing to ro on. and as
result there ia some hard feeling
among these pairons or tne roan.
It is reported that C. W. Spring,
who has conducted a meat market
here oft and on for wine months past,
will again close his place of business
in a few days.
There will be a special election in
this school district, number 16, on
December 30. to vote on a tax for the
coining school year. The people of
this district are liberal in their nr-
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1915.
,t r.t p,liipntionn institutions, and
for that reason it is saie tu pieuici
that the budget will not De sunwju.
Dan Burch, who has been employed
by J. P. Ulrich the past year, has
gone to JNortn JJaKOta, nis nouie owns.
rru nnant that Hprtotcs stand
ardization was presented to the West
Kolpm achnnl at a meeting of the Par
ent-Teachers' association on the even
ing of November H, the same day tne
school qualified as standard. County
c.nnvintpn.lpnt Spvmonr attended the
meeting and presented the pennant.
The school board includes R. W. Hogg,
C. K Ruge, U. M. uougias anu r. u.
toiJ Thp teachers are G. A. Burk-
hea'd, principal, Miss Florence Cory
and Miss urtna ceu.
Ppanlntinna F.vtend SvmDathv.
Following the untimely demise of
m:. A-,ie Stttinhere at, the home of
v,i. aTO.nta in Monmouth the faculty,
students and alumni of the Oregon
Normal school adopted resolutions -tending
their sympathy to the- family
and to W. R. Burton, her fiance, who
graduated in the class of 1913 and is
now instructor in pedagogy at the
McMinnville high school.
Independence Beats Albany.
The high school team of Indepen
dence defeated the Albany high school
on Independence field, Thanksgiving
day, 10 to 7. Independence scored 'a
touchdown in first half, after a 30
yard run by Alexander, and a drop
kick by Foster in the last half made
up their score. The Albany lads made
a touchdown in the early part of sec
ond half. ,
Accidents of a Week.
Accidents reported to the state in
dustrial accident commission from
Polk county last week were: Ray
Snrouls, Dallas, eye injured in saw
mill; Fred Cooper, Dallas, abdomeD
injured in sawmill.
Boy Scouts' Week.
xt.,;no- tnrlnv is the Bov Scouts
of America juvenile book week and
.l uun; will po-onprate with
the Boy Scouts by having some good
books for Boy scouts on (iisiJi.y.
17.. .locivohlp fpn.tnrp in scientific
eyesight tests and modern spectacles
and eyeglasses or today are generous
ly taken care of by Dr. Lowe. When
vou patronize him you receive the
combined skiii aim aem
trained eye specialist and optician.
t ., .int. thp hpst. to he had at
anv price, consult him. ne guaran
tees his glasses to giv nuu
jj-.tj whothai. thpv cost $2 or more
One charge covers entire cost of ex
amination, irames, lenses. j. j jjo.t
more you pay too much; if yom pay
An an ot the sacrifice of
service, rendered and material used.
Consult him at Hotel uaii, many,
December 10. One day only. Re
member the date.
The Proof Is Here the Same As
For those who seek relief from kid
ney backache, weak kidneys, bladder
Ills, Doan's Kidney Pills offer hope of
relief and the proof is here in Dallas,
the same as everywhere. Dallas peo
ple have used Doan's and Dallas peo
ple recommend Doan's the kidney
remedy used in America for fifty years,
ww offpr? Why run the risk of
dangerous kidney ills fatal Bright's
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Mm Maria Cerny. 203 Ash streei,
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Doan's Kidney Pills as a nne money
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They have improved my health."
Price 60c. at all dealers, uon i swi-
i oak fnr a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Cerny had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
props., Buffalo, N. T.
SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE.
vtipp is hpiphv iriven that by vir-
t.. nf on pvppntinn issued out of the
rs,-. It Pnmvt nf the State of Oregon,
for Polk County, on the 27th day of
November, WIS, and to me direcren
nn o iiwlcmpnt which was enrolled
and docketed in the office of the clerk
of said Court on the 'J.frd day ot io-
...,l,or mis in a certain suit then
pending in said court wherein May
C. Barnes was plaintiff, and It. m.
Dousrlas and Leona M. Douglas, his
wife. Kingwood Park Co., a corpora
tinn. and J. F. Davis were defend
ant's, a judgment was rendered m
favor of the above named plaintiff,
and as-ainst the above named defend
ant's, for Twelve hundred seventy-
one and no-HH) Dollars yiM.w)
with interest thereon at the. rate of
8 per cent per annum from the 22nd
day of November, iwio, and tne iur
ther sum of One hundred twenty-five
.1IKl Dnllara 112.1.001. with
interest thereon at the rate of 8 per
cent per annum trom tne .-sna aay i
November. 1915, and the further sum
of Twenty-four and no-100 Dollars
($24.00), costs and aisDiarsemenis
the costs of and upon this Writ; and
liprpn it waa further ordered and
deci-eed by said Court (hat the fol
lowing property should be sold ty me
to satisfy said execution. I will, on
Friday, "the 31st day of December,
ioii " th. hour of One o'clock p.
ni. of said day at the front door of
the Conrt House at Dallas, uregoo.
in Polk County, sell al public auction
1 kJap fnr pash in
io i ne ii, i. .it-i ""' - : .
hand on day of sale, all the neht.
title and interest and estate which
r.:d dofpn-;r.!s have an! all person
fLn.rt huvp in or to the
UlUlililUg uuuci iu
heroinnftpr inscribed premises, and
every part tnereoi.
Said property is described as fol
lows: ' .
Lot No. 8, in Block JNo. 1Z, tsjng-
n,nrl Povk PnlW CoiintV. OiegOn.
c.;j nnl hnim cmhWt to redemption
oaiu sn.c ocmg a"jv .
in the manner provided by law and
as provided in said decree.
Dated this Z'Jtn day oi liuveuiuci,
1915. v JOHN W. ORR,
Sheriff of Polk County, Oregon.
POGUE & PAGE,
Attrtmevo fnr Plaintiff.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly .appointed
nppri;on nf the estate of Henry M.
Pdiw on inpmrinetpnt. person, bv the
Hon. County Court of Polk County,
Oregon. All persons holding Claims
against said estate should present the
same to the undersigned for adjust
ment, and all persons owing saiu es
tate are nereoy nounea w .wiuo
with said guardian.
Guardian of the estate of Henry M.
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per, costs no more than a weakly.
vftTTfiT! n-p PTTTAT. SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given tbat tne un-
J.wlm.ul aa o-roentnra nf thp estate
of John H. Ground, deceased, have
filed their final account in tne toumj
Court of the State of Oregon, for
piv fnnnii otirl that Saturdav. the
20th day of November, 1915, at the
hour of one o'clock in tne aiternoun
r,f eaiA nav nt. the Court TOOm of
the said county court, in the city of
Dallas, Oregon, nas Deen appoinieu
by said uouire as me nine mm
fnr honrinp. nf ohiections to the said
final account, and the settlement
thereof. ROBERT F. GROUND
WILLIAM H. GROUND
JOHNNIE M. GROUND
Executors of the estate of John H.
L. D. BROWN & J. R. SIBLEY,
67-5t. Attorneys for the estate.
NOTICE TO CREDIT0S.
Tt4p ;a hovphv o-ivpn that the un-
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dersigned, Oscar Hayter, has been du
ly appointed by the uounty uouri oi
Hhp sto.to nf Orownti fnr the Countv
of Polk, administrator of the estate
of Thaddeus Clark Shatter, deceased,
and has qualified.
All npvsnns hftvinsr claims against
the said estate are hereby required to
present them, duly verified, with the
proper vouchers, within six months
fnrr, the tnte nf this notice, to the
said administrator at his law offices
in the Dallas City JJanK tsuiiuing, in
said County ot folic.
Dated and tirst puunsueo, Novem
ber 23, 1915.
istvator of the estate of Thad
deus Clark Shaffer, deceased.
TLT... on T,-- ni
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
Vrtttpp ta hprphv o-iven that the un
dersigned, S. S. Duncan, has been by
an order of the County court or runt
County, State of Oregon, duly ap
nnnto, tha administrator of the
estate of Irvin Dunn, deceased, and
he has duly qualified as sucn adminis
trator. Therefore all persons having claims
against said estate.are nereoy nouueu
and required to present the same
nmrwrlv vprified. to the undersigned
administrator at his office in the
Court house at McMinnville, in Yam
hill rntii. State nf Oregon, or to
said administrator at the residence of
II. L. Fenton, at Dallas, in f oik coun
ty, State of Oregon, within six months
from the date of the first publication
of this notice.
Dated this the 25th day of October,
1915. S. S. DUNCAN,
Administrator of said estate.
FRANK W. FENTON,
Attorney tor said estate.
Date of first publication of this no
tice is October 26, 1915.
Date of last publication of this no
tice is .November id, iitu.
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plasters and pain for hours or days.
NOSE, THROAT, LUNGS,
Kidney, Bladder, Prostate,
Liver, Stomach, Bowels,