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THE POLK COUNTY nBBEEVEB. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 81, 1816
Terse Tales of the Town
Hiss Blanche Barrett attended the
horse show in Portland Saturday,
John Nachtigal's hand was operat
ed upon at the Dallas hospital by Dr.
Staats, Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. J. C. Talbott and Mrs. John
8. Talbot of Falls City were the
guests of Mrs. Anna Coad Friday.
Mrs. Will Collins and Mrs. Will
Tatom visited at the home of W. H.
Oadle at Rickreall Friday.
Mrs. V. P. Fiske is in Portland
visiting her daughter, Miss Buena
Mrs. Bell Styles is visiting at the
borne of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coad.
Mrs. Blanche Robbie of Indepen
dence visited at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. D. L. Foster last) week.
t L. Patterson of Eola attended
the road conference Saturday.
Frank Loughary of Monmouth was
in the city Saturday.
Frank M. Lockman of Salem enlist
ed in the regular army August 9. He
is now stationed at San Francisco.
The women of the Presbyterian
church will hold their annual bazaar
and new England dinner Friday, No
vember 17. Plates are 40c. for adults
and 25c. for children under 12. The
dinner will be'served at 5:30.
Mr. and Mrs. William Rowell of
Rickreall were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. G. Coad Friday.
John Hosteller and Joe Bidders of
Snver were in the city Friday.
Mrs. William Shaw of Sheridan is
visiting at the home of Mi-, and Mrs.
a E. Shaw.
Misses Georgia Shaw and Naida
Scott were in Falls City Thursday.
C. E. Shaw attended a political
meeting at Falls City Thursday.
Father Forget went to Lincoln
county Sunday, where he will spend
the week calling on the various par
ishioners in that county. No services
were held in St. Peter's CaMiolie
Mrs. John M. Brown was the guest
of friends in Salem last week.
Barnard Shreeves was in Falls City
B. Floyd Ellis, a student of 0. A.
C, spent the week-end with his par
Edward Preston of 0. A. C. was
here over Sunday.
Mrs. Charles Bilyeu of Salem vis
ited friends in the city.
Air. ana Airs. Larl Alanock were
Corvallis visitors from Thursday unT
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Houck, Mrs.
C. L. Brower and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Manock' spent Saturday and Sunday
with relatives near Eugene.
Rev. Guy Phelps of Pennsylvania
but formerly of Corvallis and Dallas,
is visiting in CorvalliB. Mr. Phelps
has been doing evangelical work in
Miss Edna Simontoii of Salem was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hay
ter over the week-end.
Mrs. Susan Heffner of Portland is
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. 0. 0.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, Jr., of
home of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Smith. I
Kingston, Idaho, are visiting at the
Mrs. Frank Smith has returned to
her home in Idaho after on extended
visit with her son, I. L. Smith.
Mrs. H. E. Evans returned Fridnv
from a visit with friends in Los An
Mrs. E. M. Tankersley and Miss
Willie Tankersley were Salem visitors
M. W. Adkins of Crnnt county, who
has been visiting here for the past
week at the home of his nephew, Roy
ITollnway, expects to return today to
E. M. Tankersley was a business
visitor in Portland yesterday.
R. S. Kreason attended the first
of the Monday night club's dances
in Salem last night.
Miss l.rmia Forrette, and Messrs.
ITnrvey Porter, Jesse Shepherd and
Clarence Forrette motored over from
Stnyton Sunday and spent the day at
the Forrette home in North Dallas.
Judson Foster of Bridgeport was
in Dallas Sunday.
W. S. Sockman, who has been work-j
ing in Dallas for the past two weeks.
is at Mill City.
Ed. Cutler visited in Salem last
Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Starbnck visit
ed at the home of Mrs. L. Beaver of
Mrs. H. A. Lucas was in Salem
hopping Saturday. -
Miss Vivian Whiteaker of Indepen
dence was in the city Saturday.
Miss Levilla Cooper of Indepen
denee attended the militia dance Sat
Roland '.iliite of Falls City was in
Dallas on business Saturday.
Maurice Selig of Falls City attend
ed the militia dance Sat. '.lay night
Mu Minnie Hit user was witinr
with friends in Amity on Saturday
Willis Simon ton was a Falls City
isitor Thursday afternoon.
A. E. Thompson and D. C. Heis
tand, former Dallas residents, now re
siding in Corvallis, were in the city
Willis McDaniel of Rickreall was in
Evans Viors is visiting his parents
C. B. Sundberg and Elmer Matheny
were in Salem Wednesday afternoon.
W. L. Barber, street commissioner,
visited with relatives in Corvallis last
Mr. and Mrs. George Myer spent
a couple of days in Tillamook last
Rev. A. L. Crim of Portland, well
remembered in Dallas ' for a master
Jy sermon delivered at one of the
Christian church rallies last winter.
has accepted a call from the Eugene
Mrs. McConnell and Charles Mc-
Connell of McMmnville were visit
ors in the city Friday and Saturday,
J. w. xredway oi Kickreall was
in the city on business yesterday.
Ray Thiers and R. U. Steelquist
made a business visit to the Oregon
Power company's office at Indepen
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hutchison ot
Portland were in the aity Sunday
Mrs. A. Longnecker returned with
them from a Portland visit.
Frank A. Knox of Fossil visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Muir
Art Lacey of Parker was in the city
Floyd Ellis returned to Corvallis af
ter a visit with his parents in tihis
Miss Tina Roberts of Salt Creek
spent Saturday in the city.
Wiley M. Gardner, F. K. Chafln
and A. B. Hubbard of Falls City
were in the city during the week-end.
E. E. Roberts of Independence was
in the city Saturday.
W. C. Dyer, Jr., of Salem visited
during the week-end.
A number of local people attended
the rally at Perrydale last night.
Mr; and Mrs. E. W. Hutchison of
Portland visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Longnecker.
Mrs. P, A. Finseth was in Salem
Mr. and Mrs. John Orr were at Ne-
Mr. and Mrs. Hood Cravens and
Mr. and Mrs. Rae Cravens returned
from the Tillamook beach Saturday.
Mrs. A. Burkhalter and son, of Sa
lem, ave visiting Mrs. B. Y. Allen
and other local friends.
Airlie; Thursday evening, Indepen
dence: Fridav evening, Mistletoe.
The Perrydale orchestra will fur
nish music at the Independence meet
ing, and a large party from Dallas
are planning to motor over to greet
the "drya" of the neighboring town
-G. E. E.
A divorce has been granted Wil
liam P. Hained in his suit against
Gertrude S. Harned.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the District Court of the United
States, for the District of Oregon.
In the Matter of Bert C. Heighton,
No. 3!)64 in Bankruptcy.
Notice is hereby given that on the
19th day of October, A. D., 1916, Bert
C. Heighton of Salem, Oregon, the
bankrupt above named, was duly ad
judicated bankrupt ; and that the first
meeting of his creditors will be held
at my office, 8th Floor, Title & Trust
Building, Portland, Oregon, on the
8th day of November, 191fi, at 11 a.
m., at which time said creditors may
attend, prove their claims, appoint a
trustee, examine the bankrupt, and
transact such other business as may
properly come before said meeting.
Claims must be presented in form
required by the Bankruptcy Act, and
The schedule filed discloses no as
Dated October 28, 1916.
A. M. CANNON,
0 31 Referee in Bankruptcy.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the ui
dersigned, Ella R. Stouffer (has been
appointed executrix of the estate of
Dan P. Stouffer, deceased, by the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Polk County, and has qualified.
All persons having claims against
the said estate are hereby required to
present them, with the proper vouch
ers, within six months from the date
of this notice, to the said executrix
at her residence at No. 212 Main
Street, in the City of Dallas, in said
County of Polk.
Dated and first published October
ELLA R. STOUFFER,
Executrix of the estate of Dan P.
Attorney for Executrix. T031-N28
PLAN NOVEMBER RECITAL.
John Claire Monteith and F. Eichen-
laub Will Appear Here.
Arrangements are being coinplet
ed for the appearance of John Claire
Monteith, baritone, and F. Eichen-
laub,. Molinist, of Portland, in a re
cital in Dallas November IS or 25
Mr. Eichenlaub is one of the best
iolinists in the northwest and hat
been secured by Madame Schumann-
Heink to play some obligato aceom
panimenta when the great contralto
sings in Portland November 11.
Will Write In Names.
Quite a movement is on hand in
the city to write in the names of G.
C. (Cleve) Burch for constable and
Dr. L. M. Horn for coroner in the
election Tuesday. Both are young men
wiho have made their home in Dallas
for some time.
ONE CENT A WORD, 'PHONE 10.
FOR SALE Oak, cedar and anchor
posts. Soehren Warehouse. 67-75
MEN WANTED At Oregon Cement
company's quarry at Buman sta
tion, 27Ve. per hour. 'Phone the
FOR SALE Harley-Davidson motor'
cycle, in first-class condition. En
quire of U B. Hixon. 68-71c
FOR SALE Two months' old pigs,
ready to wean. Inquire Stafrin's
drug store. 69-72
FOR SALE Well-bred Berkshire
pigs. Phone Dixie 515. A. G. Rem
WANTED Man to clear land near
Dallas in exchange for fine resi
dence, either Salem or Poltland. In
quire this office. 70c
Principals' Club To Meet.
The Polk County Principals' club
will meet at the Gail hotel Saturday
evening. The subject for discussion
will be '"Social Activities in School.'
Discussion will be led by Superiuten
dent W. I. Ford.
The services in the Christian Sci
ence reading room Sunday are at 10
and 11 a. m., and on Wednesday at 3
p. m. The subject of the lesson-ser
mon for Sunday is, "Adam and Fall
Have Moved To Hoquiam.
The Vern Smith family have rent
ed their hop yard near Dallas and
have moved to Hoquiam, Washington.
FOR SALE Vetch seed and oats. Al
so young mare, 7 years, weighing
about 1500. F. J. Coad.
SEVEN PER CENT MONEY TO
LOAN Principal can be paid ofl
on or before five years in install
ments of $50 or more. Merton G.
Ellis, law and abstract offices, Dal
las, Oregon. 58-tf
VERMONT LOAN & TRUST CO.
Farm loans at 6 per cent interest
and up. Pay off any amount any
time. Long term contracts. Write
H. E. Morton, Dallas, Ore. 65-tf
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DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR
OF POLK COUNTY
GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 7, 1916
J. W. ROBINSON has some vnune
cattle to trade for a young, 1100
paund work-horse. Phone Black 15.
Doings of the Drya.
During the past two weeks the F!v
ing Squadron of the Polk County Un-iu.-
Dry committee have held success
ful meetings at seven points in the
wniity, speaking to large and appre
ciative audiences. After heaving Mr.
Ellis show np the "jokers" in the
Brewers' Amendment, the people ex
press astonishment and indignation
at the trickery and chicanery dis
played in the wording of that docn
mer.t and promise to hit it hard when
they go to the polls. Instead of be
ing hoodwinked by the wet "jokers"
it contains, they are resolved that the
joke shall be on the "wets" them
selves for wasting money and energy
in tbe effort to again draw the peo
ple of Oregon into the toils of the
Me-tin! for this week so far as ar
ranged are: Wednesdav evening.
LOANS Farm and city property at
lowest rates. Mortgages and con
tract bought and sold. Atty. B.
A. Kliks, McMinnville, Ore. 70-96
FOR SALE Stock and implements.
Farm for rent or sale. Reasonable
terms. Address C. E. Randall, Ob
FOR RENT Six-room house at 815
Brown street Newly papered. $6
per month. See A. G. Cutler or
Ross Ellis at Confectionery. Phone
LOST Black leather wallet, name
"B. Lovelace," on it Leave at
Armory or Observer. 0e
rHE UNDERSIGNED has taken
charge of Dallas Hotel. All white
help; everything clean; best mi-I
in town for 25 rent. Boarders nd
roomers wanted. Good terms by the
week. Give me a traL C. M
Our line of Dining Tables and Dining Room Fur
jure is a large one, and in buying it we have f
tempted to please every taste as well as eiff;
purse. We have several finishes for your chfc
ni,ndreveral sizes for different dining
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are as good or better than you can do in the lafl "
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$60 ALAMO RANGE NOW $475.
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