JT-iOFS mum THE POLK COUNTY OBSERVER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1916 MI or: . . .LACES ir r. .;phs of t to 1" i Cbeerv ous I )GE DOPE rrespondence) ! family of Dallas i visitors. sll of Independence or recently.!; jf Corvallis passed his tray borne from tew oar, the last of was over from In day to get a new lie Ford dealer of 'er to Salem Satur- ngs of West Salem, days visiting Mrs. ( Independence, re rday. William Daws and if e of Independence m Tuesday. , ! Independence was iday. was over to Sa dence Tuesday. ' West Salem went f Polk county folks it Sunday night to ihere. . i, Jr., of Dallas and over to Salem Tues- Dallag was calling Vst Salem1 Tuesday, an old1 pioneer of ow of Newport, vis s. B. A, Billings, in ay last week. ' Independence, the ince men, was over next county school nd her father of r to Salem Monday. ot's meeting was mi Tuesday. n of Independence hies day, on, Jr., of Dallas Independence were y . C, Williams and i f ' Independence .., the last of the . R. Lewis of Airlie Wednesday. Kings Talley went Wednesday. cBee of Airlie were day. Mrlie was in Salem family Wednesday, hunter, is back from in southern Oregon at deer and lots of and wife, Mrs. P. L. Gillespie of Inde Salem the first of Burton was a Sa- V. -. ,r )f West Salem is on representative, W. Has, was in Salem for training school purposes to the Independence Civic Improvement club Wednesday afternoon. ''.'X;"';;i' '...' The joint session of the three lit erary societies of the normal school was held Friday, October 20. The Normal orchestra made its initial bow at the meeting. At the council meeting Tuesday night a resolution was adopted pro viding for a 1917 city budget. , Messrs. and Mesdames W. A. El- kins, Ira Powell, W. H. Mack, 0. A. Wolverton, A. J. Haley, and Mes dames Daniel W. Jones and Williams and Miss Emma Parker of Monmouth attended the Christian church meet ing last Tuesday night in Dallas. FERN The Monday family has moved to the Horn place. Mike Gruber is now an employe at the Gruber mill. Floyd D. Moore, county school su pervisor, visited Fern school last week and made it standard. Miss Almeda J. Fuller was in tins neighborhood last week. Roy Barnum of Bed Prairie has been sawing wood in this neighbor hood the past few days. HARMONY George Porter and son, Don,' arc hauling potatoes to Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. William Lackey have rented the Guy Syron place. They moved onto it a week ago. Mrs. William La Salle is in Wood land, Washington, on business. Mrs. J. R. Craven visited with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. Tyler Smith, in Sheridan last week. AMITY YOUNG MAN IS DEAD Clarence Earle Roth Was Popular in Community. , Clarence Earle Roth, 20, one of Amity s popular young men, died Oc tober 23 anil was buried October 24. He is survived by his bride of one year, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Roth, and a sister, Mrs. E. L. Green, all of Amity. Mr. Roth was a native of Amity and was graduated .from the Amitv high school in 1914. Teach Students to Dance. University of Oreg-on men who can not dance are given an opportunity to learn the modern steps under the direction of the University of Ore gon. Last week,' with two memliers of the physical training department, Miss Frieda Goldsmith and Miss Ha zel Rader. as instructors, a number of young men 'went through the steps of the modem (lances in tne women s gymnasium. The classes will be con tinued until all applicants have mas tered the steps. Spring Valley Prunes Good. Spring Valley priine growers are glad to have this season's crop oft their hands. In most eases the yield was better than anticipated. Frank Crawford ran his dryer continually liluring the season, drying' all the prunes in this vicinity and also those of Anson McGowan from the McCoy valley. It is reported that the en tire output from the dryer has Been 80 tons for this year. - A MAN IN DALLAS j. A man ' record and that of his for- h-nrs sneaks for him. Here's Fred J HVliran' "Rertilion:" horn in the Luekiiimute valley, five miles south west of Monmouth, April 18, 18i8; ruirpnts moved to Dallas in 1888 lirp father bousrht half interest ill rinltnu tnnnerv and was pastor ot fh Bant st church: tamily returnea to farm in 1885; father lost the use nf liis rivM arm in a fall, the inrti rwt pause of his death in 1802: aftler his father's death Fred's mother rented the farm again and moved to Fred attended school in Independence two years and then was a student in the Oregon State Normal school m Monmouth lor two wars: Mrs. Holman and Samuel IL Tetherow, pioneer of 18i, were mar ri an Mr and Mrs. Tetnerow re turned to the Tetherow place on the Lnekiaroute where Fred again attend ed school, finishing the eighth grade: fnr two years Fred was drug clerk and assistant postmaster at Falls City under M. u. Thompson; tor inree nun h vaa clerk in the Brvan-uu cas Lumber company's store; four Tnnt he was with the Coast ttange Lumber company where he worked np from planer feeder to assistant fore man: he ancenbed Position am book keeper and assistant postmaster in th W K Tno Sr. branch store in Black Rock; was made manager of store when N. Selig purchased same Um W L. Tooce. Sr.: was made postmaster of Black Rock, serving JTH four years. During his foar years in tj nlvtit I th R1m-k Rock oostomee he was not t w.A nmfjtahU Matnined bv a nostotfice inspector. Mr. Holman was elected comity is painting the t treasurer in 1914 and Auditor Wilson of CorvaJIm gave bin a very eredit- " of the Normal 1 able report at the end of the year. o ementary grades Fred's mother was the daughter of 3LA is gathering his ap Lma Savage place, is a new five passen rs have sold another lately. .' has finished gather The yield was ex drying it in the hop ts is a little soft, hag returned from s he was called to era, who have been all-summer watering d to leave. :at-Teacher associa we'en party Satur- rru, ' dale has been plac e donkey engine at s are being built at running full blast ' is being sent down -ton has just por . blooded Aneona 7,rs. C. Harring (ors in Willaro- Rev, David Hubbard, who crossed the plains by ox team front Illinois in 1853. His father, the Rev. Preston Holman, crossed the plains from Mis souri in 1848 with his parents. When the Civil war broke out Rev. Holman enlisted as a private in Company A, First Oregon Infantry, and while at Fort Walla Wlalla was promoted to sergeant, which office he held untr the close of the war. Fred's father's father, James Holman, . generally known as "Uncle Jim," was elected as representative to the Oregon Ter ritorial legislature in 1851 and serv ed until 1853. He was appointed to fill a vacancy in the sheriff's office in 1855 and was elected to that office in 1856 and re-elected in 1858 and 1860. He was re-elected as representative in 1863. MEDAL AWARDED BOY SCOUT. Oscar Antrin of Amity Saved .Life of Durel Vaughn. Oscar Antrin, a boy scout of Amity who rescued Duirel Vaughn, of Port land, from drowning in the Yamhill river near Amity on July 29 last, was tendered a banquet last Friday night and awarded a medal for his heroism. The medal was presented from the National court of honor of the Boy Scouts of America by Professor S. David Titus, chairman of Amity scout council. After this, short addresses to the scouts were made by Rev. Mr. to the scouts were made by Rev. McCallum and Rev. Wallace. The parents of the scouts, scout commis sioner and the Amity branch of Camp- fire Girls also were present. Handling Oregonian News. For the past month and until af ter the election Lawrence Dinneen has been handling the daily and Sun day Oregonian correspondence from Dallas. Any items for The Oregonian should be given, to him. WHY IT SUCCEEDS Because It's For One Thing Only, and Dallas People Appreciate This Nothing can he good for everything. Doing one thing well brings suc- iSS. Doan's Kidney Pills are for one thing only. For weak or disordered kidneys. Here is Dallas evidence to prove their worth. Mva R. A. Embree. 403 Ash street, Dallas, says: Doan's Kidney Pills are a medicine of merit and I con scientiously recommend them to any one as a good, reliable remedy for kidney troubles. I have never had oc casion to take Doan's Kidney Pills very much, but whenever I did, I found them to be all that is claimed of them." Prine 50c. at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney fills tne same inai Mrs. Embree had. Foster-Milbum Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. SUMMONS T Hie Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Polk. Gertrude E. Kruse and i,mma l Savage, trustees under the will of Orirf G. Snvage, deceased, Plaintiffs, vs. F. F. Fisher, Alena E. Fisher, his wife; Fred A. Handy, W. S. Catton, Mary Fisher, J. a. Blair, receiver 01 Fihoi- Rrns. & Steiner. Private Bank ers, R. L. Fisher, M. M. Fisher, and G. A. R. Steiner, co-partners aoing k,;n hq Fisher Bros. & Steiner, Private Bankers, Grant Smith, J. B. Blair and A. L. Warren, trustees 01 Fisher Bros. & Steiner, Private Bank ers, Defendants. To F. F. Fisher, Alena ft. t isiier, nis wife, Mary Fisher. J. B. Blair, re ceiver of Fisher Bros. & Steiner, Private Bankers, R. L. Fisher, M. M Fisher and G. A. R. Steiner, co partners doing business aa Fisher Bros. & Steiner, rTivate canters, Grant Smith, J. B. Blair. A. L. Warren, trustees of Fisher Bros. & Steiner, Private Bankers, and each of you, Defendants: Tn th Knmc of the State of Ore gon : You are hereby required to ap- r,A Answer the Complaint filed against you in the above entitled suit on or before Jovemoer 3, lio, ana if von fail to answer, for want tnere- of," the plaintiffs will apply to the Court for the reliet demanded in tne Complaint, to-wit: A indement asainst F. F. Fisher and Alena E. Fisher, his wife, for $5,000 and interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from Augost 22, 1915, until paid, and the further sum of $500 attorneys' fees and their costs and disbursement in curred in said suit and for a decree of this Court forever foreclosing and barring the equity of redemption and interests of the defendants herein, and each of them, and that the fol lowing described real property be sold aa provided by law and the pro ceeds thereof be applied toward the payment of plaintiffs' demands here in, to-wit: The West ane half of the D. U C. of Jesse D. Walling and Eliza Ana Walling, his wife, it beine claim No. 48 T. ( S. E. 4 W. and claim No. 52 T. 6 S. R. 3 West and claim No. 58 T. 7 S. R. 4 W. of the Willametto Meridian , in Polk County, State of Oregon, save and except from this conveyance the following tracts of land: 71.51 acres, more or less, out of the N. E. corner of said West half of said claim deeded to Mrs. Eliza Ann Walling by the heirs of the said Jesse D. Walling, the said tract of land so reserved and excepted from this land being described as follows, to-wit : Beginning at a point on the North line of the said Jesse D. Walling and wife's claim 78.17 chains West of t)he N. E. corner of said claim and run ning thence S. 74 degrees West 38.67 chains along the North line of said claim ; thence South 15 degrees East 22.64 chains; thence N. 74 degrees East 17 chains; thence N. 15 degrees West 7 chains; thence North 74 degrees East 21.66 chains; thence N. 15 degrees West 15.25 chains to the place of beginning. Also the following: Beginning at a point in the North boundary line ot the D. L. C. of Jesse D. Walling and wife in T. 6 S. R. 4 W. of the W. M. in Polk County; Oregon, which said point is South 74 degrees 30 min utes West 116.84 chains from the N. E. corner of said D. L. C. and run ning thence S. 74 degrees 30 minutes West along the North boundary line of said D. L. C. 13.25 chains ; thence South 15 degrees E. 22.64 chains; thence N. 74 degrees 30 minutes East 13.25 chains; thence North 15 degrees W. 22.64 chains to the place of be ginning and containing 30 acres of land, more or less, in the D. L. C. of Jesse D. Walling and wife, and in Section 36, T. 6 S. R. 4 W. of W. M. in Polk County, State of Oregon. This Summons is published by or der of the Hon. Harry H. Belt, Judge of the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for the County of Polk, which order was made on the 2nd day of October, 1916, and the time pre scribed for publication thereof is 6 weeks, beginning with the issue of October 3, 1916, and ending with the issue of November 14, 1916. EARLE C. LATOURETTE, T03-N14 Attorney for Plaintiffs. EXECUTRIX' NOTICE. In the Matter of the Estate of J. W. Dickey, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been, by the County Court of Polk County, Oregon, ap pointed Executrix of the estate of J. W. Dickey,, deceased, late of said county and state. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to pre sent the same, duly verified, to the undersigned at her residence in Su ver, Polk County, Oregon, within, six months from the first publication hereof. ' Dated, October 14, 1916. ANNIE L. D. BOYNTON, Executrix. Date of first publication, October 17, 1916. Date of last publication, November 14, 1916. T017-N14 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the District Court of the United States, for the District of Oregon. In the Matter of George L. Frazure, Bankrupt. No. 3960 in Bankruptcy. Notice is hereby given that on the lGth day of October, A. D., 1916, George L. Frazure of West Salem, Oregon, the bankrupt above named, was duly adjudicated bankrupt; and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at my office, 8th floor, Title & Trust Building, Portland, Oregon, on the 1st day of November, 1916, at 10 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 sworn to. The schedule filed discloses estimat ed assets of $5577.65. Dated October 20, 1916. A. M. CANNON, N.24 Referee in Bankruptcy. NOW IS THE TIME TO GET rv1althdid or Shingles FOR THE HOME OR OUTBUILDINGS I RAIN Mill BE HERE Just a word about Malthoid: You will find this water proof, weather proof roofing durable and insulating, strong and easily laid. If you really want the best roofing, this is it. Dallas Warehouse & Mfg. Company, Agents. Why Should Oregon Vote Pendleton $125,000 and one-twenty-fifth of a mill for a normal school only 21 miles from where the state owns a good plant at Weston which requires but one-fortieth of of a null annual maintenance to put it in success ful operation f Read page 28 of the voters' pamph let; and if you want to avoid needless taxation, vote 309 X NO Paid advertisement F. D. Watts, Weston, Ore. WAR TIMES The European war has increased the cost of nearly every article of food. Yet a great many things we are selling at the old prices regardless of advanced cost to ns. We want to give our customers all the advantage in prices possible. We want to lay the foundation for a future business. A satisfied customer brings more trade. We want to satisfy yon in every particular and at all times. We guarantee every article we sell Can anyone do more? Dallas Grocery Co. PHONE 18 OK 1801 eeeeeeeee Star Transfer Co. WE MOVE ANYTHING THAT IS MOVEABLE PROMPT SERVICE G. A. & L C. MUSCOTT & A. P. STARR, Props. Phone Stands:-Webster's Confectionery Sll Ellis' Confsetioswry 1062 Barn 1074 S per cemt Fam bus ON FIRST CLASS FARMS Long Time Prepay Privilege -WRITE- H. E. MORTON, Dallas, Ore.