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INDKPK'NDMNCi;, OKKCiON, TIC1.I V, .-K HI..M MKIt 17. lims
I'rclimlnnrlcs Arc Iking Ar
rai ded for Meet.
VU. lit A MEAT EVENT
One of the .Most Notable Oath
crinjj l;cr Held In
'I In- 111,111 'ui.il iiii'i'l nf I lii Oregon
l'V, Tri il l lul. ill 1'" hell in tin
I iidi'ii'iuli ni'i' i i'imti.v week after im'xI
In- v. Inch K. A. I'lii-KiuiH, inM-ri'lary
iii' llie chili, i.ik Ih-ii' ilunliiy .naii;
ing t)i' 'I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i .
Them trials will mi doubt bring a
great many visitor to liuleiiilciii e.
8cvcr.il p.irlii -k lire coming from I'.il
ifoi iiiu, i!i ili-h '"limil'W, iiml Wu-L-ingtoii,
us well :s mil' or Imi pal lies
from Detroit, Michigan, ami t'huugo,
Illiitoiit. Tin? t rial II ciiiiMtxt of tvvu
events; a Derby hiuI mi All-Age stake.
There have n sixteen entiles in the
Di-rliy itml nineteen in tlie All-Age.
Theso dogs un; now in tlio bunds ti!
trainer who liuvi located m ar Harris
burg to iri'are tlii'in (or tlie trial.
Tin; object of tho triulrt in to promote
An -I'P'Ti-IJiilc Tard.
A grrit ninny mu Iri improi
in 'iit hive Ui'ii iiiil.i'lt l t tlii !(.
Ii ii yard tlii 'muii Aiming thcui
i mm fin trie pi Oil to furnish 1I1.I1I
I ( ir lint ground, mi l lh. iiu'Vini;
J iii lure slmw each iM iiinj;. A large
tii'iiu iii 1 iiml in.iii 'II 1' uiiifli inn-it
for tlm gii-undit mixI 1 firing inrln'-li i
will fuini-!i music for I ho ilum-i' v. hiih
w ill liiki-1 I ii i' i in li Tuesday, TlniM'
il ,y mill r i t urlny I'tciiiugs during I In
H'llCOII. '.'-IT If
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Itckt Treiitinciit lor 11 Hum.
If for in other rcH'i'ii, I hutnUroi'ii'
.ave aimlilil kept ill r' i "
Iml.l 1 11 Mu -in 1 nl l I'll it ' I - In
lll tifaliiii'lil oil. 1. fix. I' nil-.;.- tli
mil aluioM inliiil ly , mof tin
Inj'iiy i f if !' i', lii-Mi Un' ' 'l
w 1 1 In 1 11 1 li iniiiL 11 fi'ir I !iIh sh" i j
lsi i) in j 1 1 I- ! fi.r i'ti 1 1 'I Inui.tK. -i n j
lil'l'li mul iIim'mk'- i l the km I'imi' 1
'.' 1 t n. Fur su'e I v I. M. Kirk inn i. 1
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1'ur ;niIi.'. Twiiiy-i-ix tiil.-i f !", ;
mixed, ash 11ml hr, i .1 - ! I . i 1 1! lir, ill 1
If I 'J.'i 11 rirk. Al Un-1'. A. r,.iiri.-oii
iillii'. 1 loli-i l ol l fill nil 1:11' it I 'il r
g.iiu prices, li'i.uiKd I .mi leaving
lortii. .1. M. Craven, 1 inli'1'tii'U-nri'.
I II. 11.1 'Jil I. tf
f air Draws !3rt;c trcirtf
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lIO,0(iO Hales W ill ic I'icKetl
AVERASE 5 DALES TO ACHE
Next Week Will ;ee the Lnd
of Hop Picking
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fl.- nir .-.ii 1. full for ilii-ii 1.1
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White House Rcstaur.mt
V'ra. Si Gtlro' IV 5.m, fni'mrtnti
ALLM - . ORLCON
A Surii'iioiii;)! Kim k it.
J. (', I ii ilvt in, n lil-lilnvillf S.C.,
mim: "J! Hi-k Ii 11 n Arnirit Hlvc Ii
Hurt-enoiiL'h Hini ker lnr iilii-m. A tmil
iiiih i-hiii- on my Uk kixt riiiniiier. (ml
Unit wmiili-rltil miIvh ktiui'ki'il it out in
11 fi-w iihii iIh. Not cvr-n a ccur rcinniii
fi" (iniirai.li-i'il fin iile , wrr, liurnn,
fit', rt'iilx at nil ilrnt'L'!"'!.
How to t-t Mron-j-.
P.J, lMly.of LM7 W. foiiKicss Hi.,
Clilfairo.li'll of 11 oy to ui'i'omh Blron:
intfnmt mid I'litlniHiuHiu in hij;li-elni I .: -My molher, bo I- o'-I anil
bird doira. nlio to cmito hiuI l.r..t.ct Wlll f?t!l"'- 18 dcrivi.n- - . 111... I1
" " t. . t.i .1 . 1 ...A
n of the rieliiKt rourcfH of tlie li" " '
I ll.'n m v iliil 1 111 Iii! IhiiMi Willi nifl
state of Ortgoii .Mongolian iiheub-l . . ; ... ... . .
III. In m v mntliir'a ranA niarbnd
no guiiH iKjnuitted in tlm party nd guin n hai) relluUed( ,n)wn)nia h
abuolutcly no tnrUn win be killed, Uen overcome, nd she la teadily
the jireiiervatuin ol the turds wUeBireil, jrowing itronger." Electric Bitter
"not the destruction of thuin. (Several ntiick It remedy Blomach, liver and
of the dog enlurifd Imvo already Ix'en kidney complaint!. Hold undtr guar
in trialtt in Culiloiiiia, North Dukota antee at nil drU(tiiHt 60 cent
A cordial invilution i extended to
all to witntM theeu trials, fart ion
demring to uttend ahouhl bring their
riga or they cun becuio conv;eyanceg at
the hotel by paying the same rate
charged nieinbera ot the club. The
field trial party will leave the hotel at
7 a. 111. nharp ThuiMiiiy, Sept. 21th
Within lii" in'.t leu iliiy.i tlm liopo
lin hlnii- ' ili-Jjoll Will IlllVt l.i'l tl
i:m-i-ii iI mul iin.'-t nf tin' iiickcri will
hiuc ii'iin .' 'I to their himifti in lie
v.irimii- jiiiil- "f tho i-l .ilf. In hiiih'
purl- the yii-M i U'ltt-r than l.tt yrur,
hut 011 an uveriige it is li'lit'vt il th;;t
tin- yield in not n heavy n la-,1 n :i-
There will la- iiit kttl in the nt;i!o
thin vt-itr nVHHI Imlch. f.n.-t ye.ir
there were IS.S.IHM) bale hum:.-ted and
hail the entire aerenue bin harvested
the yield would hnvc been alMiut 155
(XX) bales. The acreage of hops in the
btate is pl iinnti'il at about 22,000.
It will le seen that the nverage yield
per acre is about five bales.
Most of the hops are leing picked
this reason, however, there is a yard
here and there which will not bo bar
t 111- (M.I
lllil t il'llll .1
(I. M un hi.
H111 ; i.oru hiiii
I ht - 1 tin' in il 1
: - i- I.. ' 11 l.iii-y a urling
the Il. -Iih k i!i iirtmi'i t
" itiii,.rt.nl aw.mU iuaile
1! 1 Ii.iiiij iuii-him in the
1 K'.Meiii breeds. V.
(,o!il"U (ohiiU won I he
hiji iiiiimi the
lid hi I'liWon l I.n
.,im ii ' Hhh t iiurn
-. John I . . 11. iii, priipriutm
I l.i..rlv .n il hi 1 .1, M ini the llul
VI. 1 inl 1 I'.iin, lon-hips for bin
l'i.li Aatt-y tieiU-n, uiiii com,
II. E. Cross, who has been very
with heart trouble, is better.
P. . Chase has purchased the lie n
A Traveling Muii'm Experience.
' I must tell yiu my experience on
an East bound u. it. & N. It. It. train breo jiropurty on Cluy slreet.
from Peudletou to La Uiaude, Ore.," JJuvid C. Campbell went to Walla
writes bam A. Oarber, a well known Walla Monday to study music
fr t-n uil I ttw mu n ' f arm In f ho iimL t ri cv I
M.n.,.m.i,t will. ntlmr trvlinu' rrf' r0'Ve11 ,,a8 resigned his
men when one of them went out Into Position as teacher in the O. S. N. S.
the coach and came back and Bald, AI if Eosa Smith bus gone to teach
'There Is a woman nick unto death in in East Portland where shetaughtlast
the car.' I at Oliee got up and went year,
t 4 i...M ........ 111 .:u
out. 1UUIIU uc vtciv 111 wilu viauui 1 yt 1 A a 1 .1
' ... . , I Miss Maude llawley entertained tlie
1 1 . .1 Goldenrod Club lust Thursday after-
itt ti vnn ixtiilil nrit fil.rHitrhrpll I mm I J
" i' j " " . - d v 1 I
and with a deathlike look 011 her face noon-
Two or three ladies were working with Prof. Winfred Arunt and his bride
her and (jiving her whiskey. I went returned Friday from a month's stay
to my suit ease and got, my bottle of at Wuldport.
Cliumberluiii s Colic, Clioleni anil VI
arrhoeu Remedy (t never travel with
mil. itV run In till wilier lulili. 1111. A
double done of the medicine in tlle help but behappy
gluss, poured Bt nie water into it and Misses Nettie and La Verne Gibson
itirred it with a pencil; 'llieii 1 had of Kickreall were pleasant visitors in
quite a time to jjel the Indies to let. me Monmouth Thursday.
! 1. i...- 1,... T " T I I I
give it to .ir, vui 1 " C. W. Leonard who went to Missouri
at once see uie eneci aim 1 worked
A Paying In vest men t.
Mr. John While, of 38 Highland Ave
Ilnulton. Maine, says: "1 have beeu
troubled wltli a couku every winter
and spring. Last winter I tried ninny
advertised remedies, but the cough
continued until I bought a 50 cent
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery,
before that was half gone, the cough
was gone. This winter the same happy
result has followed; a few doses once
more banished the annual cough.
am now convinced tbat Dr. King s
New Discovery is the best of all cough
and lung remedies." Sold under
guarantee at all druggists 60 cents and
$1.00 Trial bottle free.
With a bountiful harvest gnrnered
Iho'vcan tho peoplo of Polk county
with her, rubbing her hands, and in
on a visit, is now confined in a hos-
Miss Linnie Murphy returned to
I .:.,! .. v. ...,. ri.'i., tu:,,:
twenty minutes I cave her another
dose. By this time we were almost Prol. Jfargo will occupy the Waller
Into La Grande, where I was to leave residence on Jackson street. He is
the train. I gave the bottle to the 0110 of the new teachers in the 0. S
husband to be used in case another I jv. S.
dose should be needed, but by the time
I.a li-uin run mln 1 f. ClranAa aha u-tiii
all right, and I received the thanks of tttke c,,arKe of 8cllo1 ttt Wal,il U nlla'
every passenger in the car." For sale ttu,r P-'"'"B summui m ;uon-
by P. M. KIrkland. moutn ana Newport
Oregon State Normal school begun
NOTICI2 TO 11 UNTEUS. with many new i tudents enrolled and
i. I.. .i 1- e ... ...4.l
of Polk county and elsewhere that bc"om J1 ,s
I will pay $25 reward for the recov
ery of one Moline wagon, 3J in. axle,
which was taken from my place about
three weeks ago. Compliance with
this notice will save trouble to the
party who now has the wagon. The
law will be invoked if reduced to the
extremity. H. WONDER,
9-24 MONMOUTH, ORE.
Notice of Dissolution.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership formerly existing between
tho firm of Chamberlain & Long is
this day dissolved. All unpaid ac
counts due the firm are now due and
payable at the office of the old firm
of Chamberlain fe Long. All accounts
owing by the firm will be paid at the
Dated this 1st day of September,
10-1 CHAMBERLAIN & LONG.
hunting will not be permitted on tlie
premises of the undersigned. All
former privileges are hereby revoked.
Peoplo shooting nlori the Stewart
lane are especially warned in this no
tice. J. II. Collins R. Springer
W. M. Fugate Harry 1). Hill
W. H. Cockle Chus. S. Iliir
Maude Lift" M. W.Mix
A. 13. Moreland was culled to the
bedside of his f .ther-in-huv Monday.
Mr. Moreland holds the position us
clork in M. Tillery'a grocery i-tore in
Mrs. Loron Waller, r.fter attending
to property interests in Monmouth
for the past two weeks, has returned
to her homo in Philomath where Iter
husband is bookkeeper in u saw mill.
(Continued on editorial p.ige.)
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James Donahue, Sew Britain, Conn.,
writes: "I tried several kidney reme
dies, and was treated by our best phys
icians for diabetes, but did not Improve
until I took Foley's Kidney Remedy.
After the second bottle I showed im
provement, and five bottles cured me
completely. I have since passed a
rigid examination for life insurance."
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ache and all forms of kidney and blad
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W.tint i Merceile...
. i.l ice of Kin ii I Sell It men t.
S'lln " l ln-r l.y ((iveii thai ll'e unilel
t!t:iit il, n a", in hi iM ! tor of lb- et.ta.te of
Ihr.ii .Ml.i ii lielainl deeeas. d, Iimh
li i.i ii - liii.il :i riiiint Iii (lie County
Clit .f llir plute of Olefin fur Polk
Conn y, mul Mutt KatmilHy, the 2tin
iln. of .-i-neinlier, I'JOS), Ht the hour of
ten uVliu k in I he furemn n i f enid day.
Al the onrt f nil! of t'ne naid county In
ilm ihy of linllat, Oieui ii, hail been
i IMiinied ry r.iid court ao the time
Mini i-bii-e for the l iarinu of objections
li tli miid linai account and the
WILLIAM H. IRELAND,
Aduiiii'rlrg'or ol the estate of
1 heron Albinn Ireland, deceased
Osinr llayter, Altorney.
InIi hi nl faint pnbhrhed August 27
Foley' Oriim I.HiHtl ve is a new rem-
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Klnina.'li, liver and bowels, without
fun or f iction," fays N. B. Brown, of
Piitslielil, Vt. Guaranteed satisfactory
at all ilrugglxto. 2d cents.
(iooil for liilioiisness.
"I look two of Chamberlain's
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Quick Kelief for Asthma
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This U because the genuine Foley's
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