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About The Monmouth herald. (Monmouth, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1908)
Are a necessity now e.a much so as a
drag harrow was in the early days of farm
ing in this valley.
We handle the DEERE the best on the
Are the kind you want on a small
place and you want The Best. We
have them, THE DEERE.
We have Gang and Sulkey plows
for large farms. Get our Prices.
J. E. WINEGAR & CO.
The Monmouth Herald
Get Westfall to do your paper
The I. & M. Ry. have had
coach No. 5 repainted and over
hauled which makes it look like
Allen Johnson has baled hay
A wagon load of cabbage pass
ed through town Friday. We
guess the Dutch are not all dead
already yet, so soon.
Dr. R. E. Duganne, dentist
Office over Indejendence National
Mr. Coonrod Smith has. been
ill the past week, but was suf
ficiently recovered to get down
town to vote for Bryan on elec
tion day, he being an ardent dem
ocrat Mr. Smith is 85 years of
Zook the Painter, will hang
The Herald has been awarded
the contract for printing the 0.
S. N. S. Courier for the ensuing
school year. Heretofore the
paper has been printed by out
side printers. In this connection
we wish to state that we have
one of the best equipped small
job offices in the state and can
turn out nearly any kind of
printed matter, from a lady's
calling card to a newspaper. We
have the largest job press in Polk
Jay Clark, who is working for
Jay Powell, at Cochrane, was
William Morrison, of South
Monmouth, was in our midst
R. M. Smith killed a fine beef
Monday and quickly sold it out
to the neighbors.
George Swearingen has Btarted
to grub out a few oak stumps
Miss Ida Duignan is spending
a few days of this week at her
parental home in Perrydale.
Harrison Brant writes from
Hood River tW h w fining fn n
Allen Towns lost a valuable
Herman Wunder's new house
is nearing completion.
Allen Towns made a business
visit to Falls City Tuesday.
Miss Delia Brant visited friends
at the Normal School city Thursday.
at that place packing apples.
Pearl L Fishback, after spend
ing two weeks visiting relatives
in old Yamhill, returned home
' George Sullivan is doing a
good business in Falls City, he
is running a meat market at that
place with Lum Barnhart
It matters not who is elected
President this week the Heights
correspondent will send in items
to the Monmouth Herald just
Quite a number of our young
folks attended a prohibition lect
ure by Elder Bruce Wolverton in
the Christian church at Mon
The school has now enrolled 69
Mrs. Tyler drove to Indepen
G. W. McLaughlin is sawing
wood in town this week.
J. Becker made a business trip
to Independence Saturday.
A. J. Hall was a business visit
or to Independence last Saturday.
Buena Vista was visited by a
sewing machine agent from Salem
Mrs. Harmon was on the sick
list last Sunday but is reported
Will Bevens entered school this
week and has taken up the ninth
C. P. Wells is going to Port
land on Thursday of this week
.Miss Ada Belshe visited her
parents in Monmouth last Satur
day and Sunday.
The steamer Pomona made its
first regular trip up the river last
Sunday and returned on Monday.
Mr. Snyder has moved into one
Mtt Tyler's houses and is
sending his son Tearle to school.
Work is progressing nicely on
J. K. Neal's house this week
with an extra crew of carpenters.
Farmers in these parts are
busy this week taking advantage
of the fine weather to finish their
C. P. Wells took his son Perry,
to Albany Sunday to receive
medical aid. We hope for h;s
C. P. Wells is shaking hands
with fric ds at Buena Vista this
week, having come down from
his ranch above Falls City last
Mr. Elkin returned from his
trip to Prineville, eastern Oregon,
last Tuesday and brought several
head of fine bunch-grass horses
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being awarded to Glen Work and
Miss Grace Thompson respect
Last but not least, came the
worthy pumpkin pies and sweet
cider. To those partaking, no
description is necessary for all
pronounced the pies "like mother
used to make." To those who
were not fortunate enough to get
even "a bite," a worthy descrip
tion would be tantalizing, so let
them be called ' 'simply delicious. ' '
The cider, to was of the very
At a late hour the company
disbanded the guests having first
voted the Delphians royal enter
tainers. Mr. Briggs and Miss Shearer
were the chaperones.
A little girl of 0. C. Sm'th's
has the mumps.
Allen Towns is preparing to
build a new barn.
MruHcffly will plant ten acn
in potatoes in the spring.
Mr. Lehman is preparing to
put in some new wire fence.
Geo. Swearingen is preparing
to clear some land this winter.
The new barn built by Mr.
Messner on the Campbell place
improves the looks of it consider
ably. Mr. Cameron has bee i repair
ing his barn recently. He has
improved the place wonderfully
since moving on it
Tom and Israel Marks are re
pairing the Charley Osborn house
where Tom intends to move soon.
The Jack place is for sale.
Mrs. Maria Smith is having
her hop yard plowed up. It has
not paid her anything as the bad
years consumed the profits of
the good ones.
We are prepared to print horse
cards for less money than you
can get the same quality of work
done anywhere in the state. We
print cards 14x21 for less than
others print 12x18 and we print
on good quality bristol board and
not on cheap poster paper. If
you want a cut made from photo
of your horse we will have it
done for less than you can get
the work done. Get our prices.
w. o. w.
Monmouth Camp No. 49
Meets every Wednesday night.
Visiting Neighbors cordially
P. H. Johnson, C. C.
O. A. Wolvekton, Clerk
Lamps und fixtures, electric
irons, chafing dishes, broilers,
heaters and electric motors of
nil kinds, wireing scientifically
done' in ull its ' branches. Elec
tric lights installed. Estimates
furnished on short notice.
Phone Main 98.
V. D. Butler.
Fresh Bread, Pies. Cake, etc.
Constantly on hand. Boston
buked beans, hot soup and other
Our motto "Home Made"
Mrs. Brewster, proprietor.
At the Monmouth Nurseries.
Choice and Extra Choice, high
grade English Wallnuts from
one to four yearsv old. Place
your orders early and secure the
Choicest of Stock.
. W. H. Parrish.
In this column willbeg'ven the
standsng of the different candi
dates each week:
Miss Anna Troedsen, 100.
Zook, the paper hanger will do