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v x... U A III I 4 1 I i : 1 I ' I 1 :: I -,i 1 VOL. XVI. DALLAS, POLK COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 12, 1903 NO 13. R. E. BRYAN & SON R E. BRYAN & SON SUNDAY AT THE FALLS COMMENCEMENT WEEK R. E. BRYAN & SON R. E. BRYAN & SON Special Motor Carried .Many Visitors Program of Oregon School. State Normal the old nEunnuz Over New Railroad. UuA ft A AY " Hi! 1 A I ' Our MAIN STREET, Ladies and Children Invited. All ladies and children who can not stand the shocking strain of laxative syrups, cathartics, etc., are invited to try the famous Little Early Risers. They are different from all other pills. They do not purge the system. Even a double dose will not. gripe, weaken or sicken; many people call them the Easy PiH. W. H. Howell, Hous ton, Tex.," says nothing better can be used for constipation, sick head ache, etc. Bob Moore, Lafayette Ind., says all others gripe and sicken, while DuWitt's Little Early Risers do their work well and easy. Sold by Belt & Cherrington. No-To-Bc for Fifty Cents. Guaranteed tobacco babtt cure, makes weafe men strong, blood pure. 50o Si. All druggists cm Dyspepsia Curo Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food. It gives instant relief and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The most sensitive stomachs can take It. By Its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. It prevent formation of gas on the stom ach, relieving all distress after eating. Dletingunnecessary. Pleasant to take. II csn't Its!? tut da you cood Vun $L botu contains Zri Umet Ui8 ou. liUr UZhT & CHERRINGTON; r fo (o) Or Will Positively Close day "We must give possession of our building, in Dallas at that time. Now is the chance of your life to get goods at your own prices. The stock must go, and e very thihg will he sacrificed regard less of cost. VERY The Benefit of Change. We are like house plants: We need a change of soil now and then to be replanted. New scenes, new experiences, new surroundings, a change of climate, dry air instead of moisture, sunshine in place of cloud. This is sometimes essential to health. There are conditions near at hand that are better than Europe can offer. Take a month or two in California. Plant your self for a time where there are no irritations, where the hotel is be yond criticism, the landscape pleas ing, and where warm sunny weather invites to walks and drives. Pure and drv air, and the increased electric influences of sunshine are vastly helpful. You can make this trip at very little expense, and enjoy a ride over the scenic Siskiyou and Shasta mountains, which, at this time of the year with their snow-covered peaks, are unsurpassed for their grandeur. For complete information regard ing rates, points of interest, and delightful hotels in California, address W. E. COMAN, G. P. Agt., S. P. Co., Portland, Oregon. You Know What You Ar Taking When you take Grove'a Tasteless Chm Tonic because the formula Is plainly printed oh every bottle, cioTS-lss tat it Is simply Iron and Quinine in a. taste teas form. Na Cora, Ka ray. 60c. BRYAN A mm 9 TRULY DALLAS, ORE. SPRING GRAIN NEEDS RAIN Government Crop Bulletin Says Late Sown Wheat Is Seriously Affected. In the eastern part of the State the first of the week was cool and a few small Bhowers occurred, after which dry and moderately warm weather prevailed. In the western section the week has been dry; during the first few days the nights were cool, and in some places light frosts occurred; during the latter part the temperature rose decidedly, and Sunday the warmest day of the season occurred, with the thermometer registering between 90 and 100 degrees. This warm weather has injuriously affected late sown spring wheat and forage crops, which now badly need rain. In all parts of the State, except in the coast counties. fall wheat, barley and rye are be ginning to head; in the case of wheat the straw is unusually short, and the crop as a whole promises to be considerably below the average unless timely rains arrive to improve the condition of that sown in the spring. Corn also needs rain, but the hot weather has caused it to grow rapidly during the week. Gardens are doing fairly well, but com plaints are increasing of damage to squashes, beans and pumpkins by insect pests. -Hops that came up are doing nicely, but quite a number of yard3 have been abandoned owing J JO SON to me great numDer or missing hills. Some alfalfa and early clover has been cut. the iruit prospects, except peaches, continue very promising, although in the Willamette valley, a few correspondents report cherries and some varieties of apples as only fair. Strawberries are abun dant and of excellent quality. Life. The poet's exclamation: "OLifel I feel thee bounding in my veins," is a joyous one. Persons that can rarely or never make it, in honesty to themselves, are among the most unfortunate. They do not live, but exist; for to live implies more than to be. To live is to be well and strong to arise feeling equal to the ordinary duties of the day, and to retire not overcome by them to feel life bounding in the veins. A medicine that has made thousands of people, men and women, well and strong, has accomplished a great work, bestowing the richest blessings, and that medicine is Hood's Sarsaparilla. The weak, run-down, or debilitated, from any cause, should not fail to take it. It builds up the whole system, changes existence into life, and makes life more abounding. We are glad to say these words in its favor to the readers of our columns. The Best Prescription for Malaria Chills and Fever is a, bottle of Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron ana quinine in m tasteless form. Ho cure, No pay. Price BOo, Another enjoyable excursion to Falls City was given Sunday, a special motor train over the new railroad carrying a large number of Independence and Monmouth people to Polk county's pleasant little mountain town. The motor arrived in Dallas at 9:30 a. m., and left over the track of the Dallas and Falls City road a few minutes later. The weather was perfect, and the beautiful scenery along route was greatly enjoyed by the excursionists. The nine miles were covered in 40 minutes, and many expressions of surprise at the smoothness of the new track were heard. The visitors did not fail to note the substantial character of the construction of the road, and all spoke Jn the highest terms of the spirit of enterprise displayed by the people, who were instrumen tal in carrying the project through to a successful finish. The day at Falls City was most enjoyable. The bracing mountain air gave the excursionists good appetites, and the visitors who had taken lunch baskets spent pleasant noon hour on the shady banks of the Luckiamute above the Falls. Many people partook of the excellent dinner prepared by Land ord Fugitt of the Falls City hotel. This snug little tavern is rapidly growing in favor with the Sunday excursionists, and the meals served there are among the most enjoyable features of the trip. The return trip to Dallas in the evening, was mad" in 35 minutes. resident Hirschberg, of the motor company, accompanied the ex cursiomsts, and, as usual, kept himself busy looking after the comfort and convenience of his assengers. President Gerlinger, f the Dallas and" Falls City rail road, was among the number re turning to Dallas in the evening. The Sunday excursions to Falls City afford an excellent opportunity to the people of Dallas, Inde pendence and Monmouth to escape the heat and dust of Summer and spend a quiet, restful day after a busy week's work, and are sure to grow rapidly in popular favor as the season advances. Have You Seen The Sea Serpent? Watch for the unique and catchy pamphlet just issued by the General Passenger Department of the Astoria and Columbia River Railroad Co which tells a little Summer tale about the Summer Girls. Sea Serpents and Sunsets at Seaside The story is short but weil told and handsomely illustrated. Place your order early and avoid the July run. Copies mailed free upon application to J. C. MAYO, G. F, & P. A., Astoria, Oregon. Of Insanity Despite Doctor's Care. Nervous Cramps in Hands and Feet. Dr. Miles' Nervine Was My Salvation. Sleeplessness is at once a symptom and a disease. Just as soon as the nerves become deranged the patient suffers from sleepless ness. Deprived of their natural rest the nerves soon lose all force and vitality and while sleeplessness is a symptom in sucb cases it frequently becomes chronic and remains the chief effect of disordered nerves. Dr. Miles' Nervine quiets the nerves and strengthens them; soothes the tired brain and permits sleep; restores lost energy and vitality and brings sleep, health and strength. "Previous to our coming to the territory three years ago, we lived in Virginia, and it was there that I got acquainted with the wonderful powers of Dr. Miles' Nervine. I had been under the doctor's care and taking his medicine for over two years, but the nerv ous trouble that was gnawing my life away grew steadily worse. 1 had nervous cramps in my hands and legs, which would draw up and pain me so that I could not sleep at nizht. Often 1 never closed my eyes for days and nights together. The doctor finally told n e he could do nothing more for me and that I was on the verge of insanity. He told me I might try your Nervine as a la.t resorL and it proved to be my salvation. When I had used four bottles of the remedy together with the Nerve and Liver Tills I had is- p lined my former good health. MRS. Martha J. Sheffkjl Omer, Oklahoma. All drunnsts sell and puarantee first bot- t'r Or. Miles' kemedies. :nd lor free book on N-rvous ami Heart Diseases. Addre Dr. lUcs Medical Co, Elkhart, Ind. Verge The following program of exer cises will be given at the State Normal School in Monmouth, June 13 to 17. It will be the twenty first commencement and will be celebrated as the "attainment of the Schools' majority." Rev. D. V. Poling, of The Dalles, will deliver the Baccalaureate sermon, and Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, will give the address on Commencement Day. Special music will be pro vided by Mrs. Rose Bloch-Bauer, soloist, of Portland; Miss Higgins, musical director of the O. S. N. S Normal Ladies Chorus; Christian Church Choir; Normal Cadet Band and Lucas Orchestra. The calendar of events follows. SATURDAY, JUNE 13. is as Baseball game, Dallas vs. Mon moutn, p. m. Drama, "District Attorney" 8:00 p. m. SUNDAY, JUNE 14. Baccalaureate sermon, Rev. D. V. T1-.1; . mi v-v 1 s n juiing, 01 ine uanes, ii:uu a. m. MONDAY, JUNE 15. Closing Chapel Exercises, 9:00 a.m. Class Day, 2:00 p. m. Students' Reunion,-8:00 p. m. Promenade Concert, Normal Ca- det Band. w Tuesday, june 16. largest peak of the Three Sisters, Anjiual Meeting Board of Regents will be reached. Here the perma Field Day, 1:30 p. m. nent camp will be made, and the Joint Literary Society Session, party will take up their different 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, june 17. Graduating exercises Address, Rabbi Stephen Wise, of Portland, 1U:UU a. m. Alumni Banquet, 1:00 p. m. Alumni Public Program, ra. :00 BIDS WERE TOO LOW Sale of Marion County Wool Pool Was Postponed. The Marion County Wool Growers' Association held a meeting Satur day afternoon for the purpose of receiving bids on their pool of 75,000 pounds of wool. A number of buyers were present and bids were offered as follows: A. K. Jacobs, representing the Oregon City Woolen Mills 153 rpnia nor- rv.nr.,1 (n. 171 cents ior medium ana fine. a Wm. Brown & Co., 15 cents for coarse and 171 cents for medium and fine-i Theo. Bernheim & Co., of Port land, 15A cents for coarse and 17 cents for medium and fine. M. W. Hunt, 15$ cents for coarse, and 17 cents for medium and fine. The sales committee of the Associ ation decided not to sell the pool tor less man 104 cents lor coarse wool, and 18 cents for medium and fine, consequently none of the bids were accepted, and the sale was postponed. Statesman. Excursion Rates To Yaqulna Bay. On June 1, the Southern Pacific Company will resume sale of Ex cursion tickets to JNewport and Yaqnina Bay. This resort is be coming more popular every year, and hotel accommodations are better than ever before, and at reasonable rates. Season tickets from Derry to Newport $4.50; to Yaquina $4.00; Saturday-to-Mon- day tickets to Newport $2.G5. Morris Walker, son of Mrs. M. E. Walker, was drowned while bathing in the Willamette river at Salem, Sunday afternoon. His mother was in Dallas at the time, having spent the week visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thompson, who are related to the Walker family. The remains were taken to Lebanon for burial. The deceased was an ex cellent young man and his early death is a sad blow to his mother. He graduated from the Northwest Normal school, in Salem, last Fri day. He was aged 14 years and 8 months. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All drurslsts refund the money If It falls to cure. E. W. Grove'a signature Is on each box. 25c r'Mi h Absolutely" Pur THERE S NO SUBSTITUTE THREE SISTERS THIS YEAR Mazamas Are Getting Ready for Their Annual Mountain Trip. All arrangements have been corn- pleted for the trip to the Three bisters by the Mazamas. The party will leave Eugene early Thursday morning, July 9. The first night's stop will be at Montgomery's place, the second night at the bridse on the Mackenzie; Saturday night, w O uig Meadows will be the stonnino- JTI O place. Here the wagons will be left and the party will proceed on foot. Sunday afternoon the snow line of the Bis Mountain, the exploring tours. Mondav. Julv 13. - j 1 the Big Mountain will be climbed, and on Tuesday an attempt will be made to ascend the North Sister. There is no knowledge of any one ever having reached the topmost peak of this lofty mountain, but it is thought that unless the feat ia extremely hazardous, several brave MaZamas will ascend "to "the highest ' point. Wednesday, July 15, the home ward journey will begin, and stops will be made at Foley and Belknap Springs. The party will reach Eugene on July 18. The trip will be an extremely interesting one, as there is beautiful scenery all along the way. There will be good fishing and hunting for those so inclined. A SeflOUS JYllSlaKe. I -TO T-v ll? , , n . i. v. Dewnt ik uo. is tne name of the firm who make the genuine Witch Hazel Salve that heals with out leaving a scar. It is a serious mistake to use any other. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cures blind, bleeding, itching and pro truding piles, bums, bruises.eczema and all skin diseases. Sold bv Belt & Cherrington. There was much joy in Medford Thursday night. The band played, anvils boomed and rockets soared through the sky. The cause of the hilarity was the election of Miss Centenna Rothermel queen of the W. O. W. Carnival. Miss Rother mel won by a vote of 10,174. Miss Blackburn, Gold Hill's favorite, followed by a vote of 8973. Miss Hartman of Grants Pass was third. Grants Pass Observer. Played Out. DYSPEPSIA CAN BK CURED BT ualn Acker's Dyspepsia Te Diets. One little Tablet will give immediate relief or money refunded. Sold In handsome tin boxes t 2i centa. Belt A Cherrington, Dallas. Oregon. Dull Headache, Pains In various parts of the body Sinking at the Pit of the Stomach, Loss of Appetite, Feverlshness, Pimples or Sores are all positive evidences of Impure blood. No matter how It be came so, It must be purified In order to obtain good health. Acker's Blood Elixir has never failed to cure Scrofulous or Syphilitic polaons or any other blood diseases. It Is certainly a wonderful remedy and we sell every bottle on a posi tive guarantee. Belt & Cherrington, Dal las, Oregon. EXPERIENCE IS THE BEST teacher. Use Acker's English Remedy In any case of coughs, colli or croup. Should It fall to give Immediate reilef money re funded. 25 cts. and 50 cts. Belt & Cher rington, D.illas. Oregon. ACKER'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS are sold on a positive guarantee. Cures heart burn, raising of the food, distress after eating or any form of dyspepsia. Ona little tablet gives immediate relief. 25 : cts. and 60 cts. Belt & Cherrington. DMa. Oregon SICK HEADACHE ABSOLUTELY and permanently cured by using Mokl Tea. A pleasant herb drink. Cures constipation and Indirection rVe yl at, s'erv work and happy. Satisfaction guaranteed or money back. 23 cts. and 60 cts. Beit & Cherrington, Dallas. Oregon.