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Are a necessity now as 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.
CIRCUIT COURT DOCKET.
Judge Burnett's Defragment of Cir
cuit Court Will Convene Mon
day, December f, '(18.
The following Is the docket for the session of
Circuit Court which will be convened In alias,
Monday, December 7, 1908, by Judge George H.
Burnett: ;. , .,
1 B. J. Bowen vs Howard D. Goodf ellow and A.
D. Goodfellow, action for Bote; John Bayne for
plft. and F. A. Turner for deft. ,, - V
2 White Sewing Machine Com pant L. t.
Daniel, action for moriey: J. L, Cottine for plff..
U U. Brown and N. Butler or CelU -. s ,
3 State of Oregon vff E. It. Young-, assault with
Intent to kill R. J. Taylor; J. H. McNary for plff.,
J. A. Carson and Oscar Hayter for deft.
4 Thomas Kinchin vb B. Pickens, damages; Os
car Hayter for plff., N. L. Butler and L. D,
Brown for deft. "
5 J. A. Harps Manufacturing Company vs T. A.
Riggs, action for money: F. A. Turner for plff.
6 Vick Brothers vs Earhardt A Meyer, action
for mcney; J. H. Flower for plff.
7 J. H, Johnson vs Sheridan Lumber Company,
mandate from Supreme Court: Oscar Hayter for
plff., E. R. Bryson and W. H. Holmes for deft
8 Hanna & Irvine vs A. J. and Martha Paul, ac
tion for money: B. F. Jones for plff., Sibley A
Eakin for deft
9 State of Oregon vs John Courtney, assault
with Intent to commit rape; J. H. McNary for
10 State of Oregon vs John Mode, fornication;
J. H. McNary for plff., E. R. Bryson for deft ,
11 State of Oregon vs J. H. Flower, larceny by
embezzlement; J. H. McNary for plff., N. L. But
ler for deft
12 G. W. McGulre and A. E, West vs J. H.
Flower et al, damages; B. F. Jones for plaintiff,
Oscar Hayter for defendant
13 Jacob Schnabeli vs William Schindler, action
for monev; John Bayne for plff.
14 R, M. Wade A Company vs I. L. Smith, ac
tion for money; B. F. Jones for plff.
15 L. W. Josse vs D. C. Harris, action for
money; M. E. Poguc and W. M. Kaiser for plff.,
G. G. Bingham for deft
16 Asbury Schultz vs City of Dallas, damages;
W. H. Holmes for plff., Oscar Hayter for deft
17 James A. Roberts vs William C. Brown, ac
tion for money: Oscar Hayter for plff., N. L. But
ler for deft
18 Walter L. Tooie vs C. A. Nelson and wife,
action for money; J. H. Flower for plaintiff.
19 John G. Barr vs E- M. Young, action for
money; Geo. G. Bingham for plff.
20 D. S. Bentley vs Ed Riggs, action for money;
W. O. Simms for plff.
21 Petition for naturalization of Thomas Elliott
22 Petition for naturalization of William
23 Petition for naturalization of Robert Mc
Crane. 24 Petition for naturalization of Francis Hey
den. 25 Petition for naturalization of Henry Fern.
26 J. H. Hanna and Elsie J. Hanna vs A. 8.
Newton and G. N. Newton action for money; B. F
Jones for plff.
27 The Averill Machinery Company vs F. N.
Smith and 8. B. Tetherow, action for money:
Sibley A Eakin for plff.
28 J. D. Smith vs County of Polk, State of Ore
gon, action for money: Sibley A Eakin for plff.,
John H4McNary for deft
29 R. M. Wade A Company, a corporation, vs
Independence Canning Company, a corporation,
action for money: Oscar Hayter for plff.
80 W. G. Bernstein vs Claude, Clem and J. M
Cleveland, action for money: Fullerton & Orcutt
Mrs. Chas. Palmer is on the
sick list this week.
R. L. Chapman, of Dallas, was
a Falls City visitor Tuesday.
Miss Maud Montgomery, from
Dallas, was visiting friends in
Falls City last week.
Rev. E. A. LaDow attended
the Sunday school convention at
Independence last week.
Sidney Trask has moved his
family to Airlie, where he has a
position as manager of a store.
Mrs. Lineback, of Falls City,
has gone to Roseburg to reside.
Her husband has opened a mu
sic store at that place.
Mr. Belieu and wife have gone
to Salem to spend Thanksgiving
with their daughter, Miss Mary,
who will accompany them home.
Rev. A. H. Dodd received
Word Saturday, , from Corvallis
that his daughter Cecil, was dan
gerously ill; he left at once for
The members of the M. E.
Church and their friends sur
prised their new pastor and wife
Tuesday evening. Refreshments
Miss Ethel Tooze has returned
from Eugene, where she has been
attending school, at the U. of 0.
and will spend Thanksgiving
with her parents and friends at
Twenty years ago a man could
work out in the rain all day with
out getting wet, but it is differ
ent now. Then it would rain in
a gentle drizzle all day long, but
now it pours down in torrents at
times. Then we would scarcely
see the sun more than . two or
three times in a month, now we
seldom have more than a day or
two without sunshine. There
fore we should try to dispel the
idea that this is a rainy country,
for there are many places where
there is a greater rainfall during
Fresh Bread, Pies. Cake, etc.
Constantly on hand. Boston
baked 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 years old. Place
your orders early and secure the
Choicest of Stock.
W. H. Parrish.
A. B. WESTFALL
Painter and Paper Hanger
In this column will be g'ven the
standsng of the different candi
dates each week:
Miss Anna Troedsen, 100
Miss Mary Murphy 300
Miss Jessie Hyde 200
All Hate && Cost
At the Millinery Store
Now is Your Chance
To get a SWELL Hat at a
One of the nicest residences in
Monmouth, 12 rooms, hot and
cold water, bath and pantry.
Furnace heat. Four lots, some
fruit trees and shrubbery to
gether with almost entire furnish
ings for $2500. Terms can be
given on a part of this. Enquire
of the Polk County Realty Co.,
at the Herald office.
This price is far below real
value and will only stand for a
w. o. w.
Monmouth Camp No. 49
Meets every Wednesday night.
Visiting Neighbors cordially
P. H. Johnson, C. C.
O. A. Wolvkrton, Clerk
Lamps and fixtures, electric
irons, chafing dishes, broilers,
heaters and electric motors of
all kinds. Wireing scientifically
done in all its branches. Elec
tric lights installed. Estimates
furnished on short notice.
Phone Main 98.
V. D. Butler.
Zook, the paper hanger will do