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About The Monmouth herald. (Monmouth, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1908)
Get Westfall to do your paper
W. M. Fishback was a caller at
this office Saturday.
Bring us your produce we pay
top prices. T. A. Riggs.
Miss Freda Grant, of Dallas,
was visiting relatives here Sat
urday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Robertson
were visiting on the Luckiamute
The Herald and Pacific Monthly
$1.55 for three days. Read the
cast down by a defeat If we are
not cut down by the scythe of
the reaper, Time, four years from
now will find us advocating the
cause of the people. Itemizer.
A Sura Ttrt.
The nchool master put to bis class th
question: "Two Jars of gas, one con
taining nitrogen and one carbon di
oxide, are given. How may the gases
One eager little pupil said: "Get a
man. and let him take a deep breath
of both. When he gets the carbon di
oxide hell die. That's the way to
"Is that ex-New Yorker -who likes
London so well a naturalized English
"No," answered Miss Cayenne,
"merely a denatured American."
Nine new subscribers last week,
We are averaging over two new
subscribers every day.
Dr. R. E. Duganne, dentist
Office over Independence National
B. F. Phillips, the calender
printer, was over from Indepen
dence Friday evening transact
ing business with the Herald.
We have a buyer for a sheep
ranch of from 150 to 200 acres.
Must be good land, but can have
considerable brush on it Polk
County Realty Co.
Mr. Bingman and family are
late arrivals from the Boise valley
Idaho and have rented the J. H.
Moran house near the depot for
the winter. He is looking for a
brother to arrive in a week or
Four lots inside the city limits
of Monmouth, 63 and one-half by
165, or nearly an acre, all in
young orchard. Priee $200. We
have other good buys. Polk
County Realty Co., office at Her
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Boots
have returned from a protracted
stay at Hot Lake and both are
much improved in health. Mr.
Boots is very enthusiastic over
the curative properties of the
water of the lake.
, Nice cottage of five rooms and
pantry with good woodshed. Wei
on porch. Prunes, apples, pears
and small fruits together with
one and eighty-seven one-hund
redths acres of good land in Mon
mouth for $1000. For sale by
Polk County Realty Co., at Her
Following along the lines laid
down by Standard Oil and other
monopolistic corporations, the I
& M. Railway has doubled the
fare on its line between here and
Independence. This will have a
tendency to cause some who
have been in the habit of going
to Independence regularly, to
trade at home, thus making it
more profitable to Monmouth
Taft carried Oregon by 25,000
and for that reason the Oregon
ian advocates the Statement No.
1 legislators should violate their
pledge to the people. However
it makes no mention of the fact
that the bill providing that mem
bers of the legislature shall vote
for the person receiving the high
est number of votes in the June
election, received a majority of
48,506, or nearly double the ma
jority of Taft
His Only Chancs.
Mother (crossly) Tommy, haven't I
told you you must not talk when I am
talklnt? Tommy But, mamma, you
won't let me stay up titer you go to
Brahms and Tschaikowsky, the
famous musicians, met but twice.
On the lust occasion Brahms was
sufficiently interested in Tschai
kowsky s fifth symphony to travel
expressly to Hamburg in order to
make its acquaintance. After the
performance the distinguished com
posers dined together, and the con
scientious Brahms frankly admit
ted that he did not like the work
at all, whereupon the usually meek
Russian plucked up sufficient cour-
e to inform his host that the dis
like of each other's music was mu
tual. They parted on excellent
"Long introductions when a man
has a speech to make are a bore,"
said former Senator John C. Spoon-
er. "I have had all kinds, but the
most satisfactory one in my career
was that of a German mayor of a
small town in my state, Wisconsin.
was to make a political address,
and the opera house was crowded.
wnen it came time to Degin tne
mayor got up. 'Mine friends,' he
said, 1 haf asked been to introduce
Senator Spooner, who is to make a
speech, yes. Veil, I haf dit ok und
tie vill now do so.' "
. Horsemen Attention.
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 dpne. Get our prices.
Four dozen fine Plymouth Rock
nullets. Inquire of J. W. Mor
rison, or at Lindsay & Co.
Needed No Tonic.
Wednesday morning we found
on our desk a large bottle of some
colored substance, labelled Elec
tion Tonic, no doubt left by some
our republican friends. We have
not taken any yet the color was
all ricrht but the smell did not
suit us. In fact we did not need
a tonic, much as they may think
so. We have ran democratic
papers too long to be particularly
L. C. Hoover, Pastor
Morning service at 11:00 o clock
Eveniner service at 7:00 o clock
Sunday School at 10:00 a. m.
Y. P. A. Meeting at 6.30 p. m.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday evening.
W. A. Wood, Pastor.
Morning Service at 11. a. m.
Evening Service at 7:00 p. m.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m,
Y. P. S. C. E. 6:30 p. m
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m.
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Preachintr 2:30 P. m.
We are opening
Com aM Bee
LINDSAY & CO.
Noted for Bargains
- For Sale
Farm Lands, Houses and Lots
Five, Ten and Twenty acre
J. H. Moran
Monmouth and Independence
We want to make our good
reputation better still by giving
universal satisfaction to our pa
trons. If dissatisfied, tell us
Bring in your Suits and have
them Cleaned and Pres.-ed, at
Monmouth Electric Laundry
Wm. Evans, Prop.
Books, Periodicals, Ice Cream,
Soda and Soft
Our New Brick
The Monmouth Bakery
Radek & Smith, Props
J. W. HOWELL
Contractor and Builder
Carpenter shop and General
Moulding and Finishing
Cor. Knox and Jackson Sts
TWO DOLLARS' WORTH
of up-to-date Kitchen Furnishings will gtrt
you much more reel comfort and aatlafaciion
than twenty dollars spent in your parlor.
THE SAVORY SEAMLESS
tii'ei i ITriyT"ww
roe raised Oval Bottom makes It positlTely
self .basting. Results always satisfactory.
Easiest to clean. Family size, $1 ,
The OnHand SUtet.
Coats 25 c.
and rflvea mora
(ban halt a
at Smalt Sum of Montf Jnf Hmrm
WM Olv You an Vp'to-Datm
Get your Roasters
R. M. Wade & Co.
W. E. Craven, Mgr.
Polk County Bank
Surplus and Undivided Profits
Transacts a General Banking Business
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
J. H. Hawley, President J. B. V. Butler, Vice resident,
Ira C. Powell, Cashier
F. S. Powell,
J. B. Stump,
J. B. V. Butler,
I. M. Simpson.
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