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FRIDAY, JANUARY. St. 1HX1.
with llwlil, luexico, and otlierT
South American coun trios, and
with the Watt ludiwu
WASHINGTON, ft. C. !, Sft, 18811,
Christina tiny was llstlugulatieil lit
Washington by wilier m bntiity m
May, mt hh)i!o ou tn strovt wr
otillgtMi to dofl heavy wnux, Th olw
servamv of the tiny h whtaiiiread,
tu tlitt white bullae the family ewle
bratott lu UieoUl fashion way, having
aCliritttmtM trv (or th chlMtvn, and
the customary tlliiwr In the aftornoon.
rit chtUlrvn were up ly tlayluvak to
bo dvllghteJ by tlio receipt f mini
luiv wams sml Utmutlve, and th
uuwt surprising tUtlla, thu I'rrtthlent
)olml In their nuui ami even the
hour tie tried to devot to Jbuslness wm
- JTTiU. J
m tee taeJI
a2.wetk. we noted the fttet that
Call forma cannery hud eontrocU'd
62.1.000 acres of iHwhr. etc., to
an Eastern syndicate to Im deliver
ed in the next four years. Jusi
think of the labor which will bt
employed to '.prepare the large
. atuouut of fruit. The farmer lu
the orchard,' the teamster on th
road, the caiuier, the packer, tl t
draymen, the railroad, all get '"8
alice of the pie" and the labor U al
employed "at home." Where ca
we have a cannery! Oregon bat-
fruit and can have more. - Iustea.
of saying "we can have it" il
should be "we have canned it"
Only a few more weeks and call.
v-will be made for both republlcai
and democratic primaries and then
the county convention. I
politic there always exists a git,
deal of chicanery, but the interets
of Independence will suffer i
everything 18 not open and atov
board where the people can see ii.
There are important issues in loon
matters in Polk county atstakt
l?i.l,Hw mftnMmUl lllLV lllNl III)
r''Si'ulTect the political contest in an)
way, but if not managed as the
should be, the party whip l
have no effect and all will b
sacrificed for local inteiwt!. Hov
to avoid this should now be th
study of our politicaus. Th
party that attempts to use loci
dessientions for party gain will ge
badly left. The people will no
stand it It is no secret that Dull
W wants a new court nonso nnMiia
nor that a great many people wan
t - . """'an enabling act before any cour
house is built And in all tairnes
let ns say that the vote mustb.
based on the issue itself. Itmus
be decided once for all and let it b.
above suspicion. Let this mattei
of local differences be settled befoi
the conventions and then the coa
will bo clear after that
Nov is not the time for a county
Aeir to be advocated. The move Is
premature. When the proper t ime
comes then let us . at once sot alMut
having a good county fair.
t i ...... i
The sentiment is growing that It
will be necessary, in order to per
petuate our government that the
U. 8. senators oe elected directly
. by the people, Ourseuate is mostly
composed of men of immense wealth
and these men were placed there Bolfhys tat .,,,. ,.,,,... .H.llltn
through the iutlueuce of their tIm (muiIIIo of the member of th
money. It the people were to vote cabinet aiwnt th dny qulotty lu their
it would depend more upon the iwpwtlvt home. John Wanamaker
man. and less on hislflnanclal stand- " b t
Th . WA. rvtryTmywthoi.lyon.
v-.-..,v that wiit t. hiinh. S.lrv 1 1 nek
inetou has been for the past ten
m stalllaaa tit ilia. iritltlll. ft, at Skill!.
& ' w n- -"w - I v n irv " vwiHwiin m "
might represent "Uie pwple" hns htpiwued to be In town
no standing. He cannot "live" en Tie numU roriHinKrtswmen reumin
init in in eny uiroturu tne uoium.T m
uuiMually lartie, due ou the renublkn
ldeto a IiiiuIhIiIw dmlre to advsne
work tn the comuiltteea a much m h-
tlble tn tlx Interim, snil by reaolU'
(ion ou the imrt of their dotiiiM'rMtlo eol
nt4giun to kwp cKwe wateh uf Intended
eglelatlon. Kveii llnwe who did go
.lome. to near-by lle left the day lie-
bre ChrUtniiM mitt returned In couple
The president U not. Judging by the
eeulu of bU (funning trip to VlrwlnU
mt week, so iuveful lu nrt m wm
irottldent CleveUnd. Ilia eoniiuloii
who returned ou Saturday, frankly, but
dly admitted ilmt the luck we very
Md, the duek beliig wary. AuueUt
luitlce Gray I wild to be th onty ou
n the party to e a duck.
Society U oouvuWl by th mighty
1 ileal Idu of pretietleuee In offlcinl stielety
urn. 1 1rri)u' tclwlloti of her duxh
:er to rtpreoeiit her In th tin t th
.'(ew Year's reoention, ha ihueked
hue ie pie i-iwkwt to shuck. They In-
lt that the place U'loiin tu Mr. Mur-
on, tu the aluienca of the preldut
rife, and that a Mm. McDeu' hunbamt
iaa no oltlolal p etition her aclectlon 1
Imibly In bad tante. In th meantime
Jra. Martini and Mr. HarrUun are
reuel.v undUlurlxHl by the talk. Th
object l no new ou to either of the
ulle, a It bone that BKltnlmaevrtnlu
Irvle with every luomiliiK adnilubtra
loll. The lueiuber uf the wa' and mean
Miuiulttee hitvi done their beet to hear
.imi manufacturer during the reccea.
k'hey waited two huura ou Kiturday
uorultiK, hoping nio one lutereeted
n sugar retlulug would appear, but no
ue apjiearcd. Finally a telegram was
eeelved from J. K. H'arle, treaaurer of
he sugar trusl, slating that he was do-
jtluiHl at home by the "grip," and ad'
ouintnent was tlicrenpon taken uutll
iamiary 4th, so far a sugar was cun
jfriitnt. The principal cau of delay
iU the caae, of the sugar refluent, in th
.runt seem tojlw that they have noth
ing to say in their defence Hit! can help
The retirement of James II. YVIndrlui,
tupervlalug archlUvt of the treasury,
attracting wide comment as showing
the ueeewlty of the higher class of guv-
rumeiit oDloem larger salaries, espeei
lly when skilled prufeitsloual men
re retjulred. Mr. Wimlrim's receipt
from the Qlr&ril estate alone are $15,otx)
,er anuuin. If Mr. Wliulrlm bssgnttd
xa architect as he Is said to Ui, It would
teem to be a pity that the govern men t
thould ltxte bis services from an lua
illity to pay as much as aprivat party
The sanitary condition of the treasury
lepartmeiit, isonoe more attracting at-
leution, and vurious device for Its lin-
iravemeuts are ottered. The treasury
lullilljjg has always been In a bad saii
tary condition, though thouaands of
luliars have been spent on ventilation.
I'his has iieen duu in part to the fuel
hut people utterly Incompetent have
iiad charge of the building, and la part
to defective construction. The sub
basement and baiteiiienta are as dirty
and foul smelling as Cbluese tolmoco
factories. There is really no time to give
the rooms a thorough over hauling and
cleaning. The laborer are nearly all
discontented, having In most cases orly-
many mine ""re it- TT 1 1
WTCccopt the lalxirers lilace tempora-
Ths aMraette ottM sbawa ksr Is taksa
from aa aiaslrabl book ol Mtw sltUsl
"IWtHtbts Low Cost Humms," faiUlsksd by Ik
HatksMI s reblMMs' untoa, or HIT Umsmvi
strssL PkUadslpkla. Thlseettaa
(Ualfimi spseiaUy fur small family, or
vouug emip! trialiluf to build ttMtr Bret
kooia Th MUu-ior MTsel Is sav-lous, wail
Um ts tarter is arranged with a elsw toa
lonuxl s anal aaoimk uf latter in (
' vtsw ... .
and well llfhNd hall, oa lbs Isri of
which a Uts osrlor, IHslftrssi Th kltobsa,
r tlrlnf room, litem fnM, Mtsuds th width
of th heuis, aad eaa b imk! fur both this
mtrpam, or th parlor eaa b oaad for a dls
tag snd lltlug room.' Th stair to th bus
until lead fum th hall
(hmd Btorjr ThlsSuoreeatalasoo larg
bsd eoaoibsr, I3il8 (sst, aad two snalisr tail
airy room, ttilO fMi, and tall fast, with
Leatlina- nr. --tcui.v
Aysr's HarMiwrllla. Old and
taks it with perfect safety. It old
th blood, atreiiRthem th nervo,
vitalised th system. Popular (4
no has king placed this medium
th head of Ionic alterative.
NOTICC TO TAXMVKM
Kotlo Is hereby liven that I wl
meet th Ui payers of 1 VI k county, On
St Uielr rettiet!tlve pwlne's, at tli
usual place of voting for th purpose
collecting taxe for and will
main la said plae from the hour of 1
. air. A. U'M.i, i,..i,.
fina-elaaa Job printer, will take the Job
department of th Wkht Hii oflle
under hi ImtiMdlatr supervision, and
U work entrusted to his oar will be
promptly executed lu smt-clas man-
.a 1I L .l I m
e naa ww etglit 'trs eserlenoe
in S01119 flf tn largest afne In the
J. It Osferwir brick mini will burn
over million brink this year and eau
burn two million Jf nWKsnry. Mr.
i ooKr has always showu cnU-rprls In
etiniiuetiug III DUnJliesa,
Tim W. tS, T. U. ltooM.-Mr. w. 11.
Whlleuker Um euilMlli,ii of th. i.b.
a. ni. unm p. ,m., at the roiiowuig ittr th y, c. T. U., and th Moms.
time and place, to wltt
line, rtaiuraay, rooary i, ihw.
Buver, Monday, rehruary 8, 1HV0.
Bueiia Vista, Tuesday, February 4,
Iiidfpendeiio, Wednesday, Feb., ft,
Monmouth, Thursday, Feb., 0, 1HMU.
Luoklaniute, Friday, Feb., 7, 1HW.
llrldgeport, Haturday, Feb , 8, ISW,
Dallas, Monday, Feb., 10, imw.
Hherlft of Polk county, Oregon.
Dallas, Jau. 10, INH0.
Best of All
Oeech wsdloloM, Ayr' Cherry Fo
oral I la greater dsasaad thaa vr.
1 Xo rsparaUoa lor TUroat aad Luag
Troabla Is so pronipt la It Ssets, se
agehl to th tasta, aad so widely
baowa as this. It is th family aiut
. Ja la tboojaads ol housoholtl. .. .
"I hsrs MffenHl for years from a
kroaehlal trouble that, whenever I Uks
old or am sinnsed to lnclautaot weath
er, ahowa llaelf be
tleklln ssnaatloa la tit threat ana by
dimmjlty la breathlag. 1 Uvs tried
real many rentnlles, wit Bans does so
atstsrhuWreoadattttB, rough stoas or 1
brir;(ram eoastruetlea. ftrst and second
stories sad gables, elspboardsd sad paaelsd;
roof salsilad. Ho auto air spar oaiy i
Bsssoset under mala valla PHos, eora
THIS WOULD COsfT.BOO.
Oealga far a Sawelena awl Caewealeat
Me era Reeee. I
The avuaiayui QhutraUotia from Tat '
Busto 0 lobe show Um am aad sseood Sor ;
olsns aad pantoU vtsw of medera
dwejunf , of ralhsr ankitw destaa, Th eel ;
aportbsrooms Is quit hnpM,ywl afoeai
THE CRACKER BUSINESS.
The business of maiiufacturin,
crackersJias grown to be a great ii.
dustry in the United States, and i
the city of Jt'ew York alone proh
ably from 3500 to 4000 men, wome.
and children are employed in thi
work. It is only within the la
fifteen years that the business h i.
grown to such prominence.
Before 1870 the only cracker
made were the old style or stamlart
sodu, milk, butter, lemon um
oyster crackers, ginger snaps, am
pilot biscuit. The only kind oi
fancy cracker made at that tiun
was a dry slightly sweetened biscuit
made np in peculiar forms; bu
these crackers- bore about as mud,
amm-inv IWUVJ v-a leuuv a
ich picnic parties of tin
present day can regale themsel ye
as the old oblong box cars whicl.
were run over the first railroad di
to the magnificently equippeo
drawing room cars now in use on
all the principal railroad lines.
- There are now in New York Citj
sixteen cracker bakeries, twoii
three in Brooklyn, and factories oi
Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago,
Buffalo. Indianapolis, and every
other large city. The total uumber
of firms engaged in this business
cannot be definitely learned, but a
well known manufacturer said thai
it would not be an exaggeration to
place the number at 400, with a
producing capacity ranging from
100 to 600 barrels of crackers per
In one of the largest cracker Cic
tories in New York City the weekly
supply of materials is 500 barrels of
-flour, 3,000 pounds of butter, 20,-
000 pounds of lard, 80 barrels of
sugar, 25 barrels ot molasses, and
15 barrels of dried currants, together
with eggs, honey, corn starch, flav
oring extracts, and other needed
ingredients. The mixing of the
dough, the rolling, the "cutting,
and in fact the entire process of
making all but a few of the finer
grade of crackers, is done by ma
chinery. Moreover, there are more crack
ers shipped from the United States
to England in one year than were
imported by this Icountrj in the
three years previous to the uate
yhn the manufacture was begun
Not only this, but we are
"ntng on a very heavy trade
good arconumtaatlimt All the prtocluej
room ob the drat Boer may h throws Into
One large spartment by mesa of lbs wldt
sliding door eeferal open grata afford
heat sod fenlUaUoo. The commandlM feat'
are of the deelga, however, I la similar
tower, with Its eooesoni plana aad bal
cony. The bouts Is AO feet kmg and 41 feet
wide la extreme, The Brat story Is 10 fast
hlcb sod lbs sseood story t feet e tnchaa.
n itn interior nnlab or modeet pattern, miue
hard wood, good plumbing, plat gbus, eta,,
The "irrio" has khihixmI the police of
ficer)) of the capltol, and holds them lu
its unnriying uiubruce. Alxiut twenty
liuve thus tar ix-eu allectea witn Hie
new type of Influcnzn, complicated, with
lyniploins or pneumonia, aim in some
instances with IIioh of neuralgia.
A part from the canes among the iKillce,
few reports are received of tnvthlng
worse tlnin mild nobis, though ofcounte
everyone having a cold immediately
Imagines he Is In the hands ot the
enemy "ia grippe."
Lynwood. On Wednesday evening
the Russell-Jewell Dramatic, company
will present this pleasing military
drama, at the opera house. This com
pany will bring Its own scenery and
twelve first cliuts people. Wherever It
has nppeured It litis been very success
ful. It played for eleven week In
Portland to packed hou-ti's. The play
combines fun with pathos, villlany with
sentiment. The Indies of the company
are bright and sparkling in their parts
The price of admission to all part of
the house Is only 60 cts., and this
should pock the house upon the occas
ion. Tlio press of Portland, Salem and
Albany have nothing -but words of
praise. Thtsie desirous of seeing really
good acting should muke uw of the op
We used to sing:
''Home 'made" bread Is bully
''Home mude" bread Is fine,
1 think I ought to know
I eat him all the time,"
But alas! now we say!
"Imported" bread Is stale
"Imported" bread Is dry
Ydu better think I ought to know
For that Is what we buy,
Mr. Abram Nelson has a very tame
stray dog near his house. It mangled
nearly twenty of his sheep In three
nights and now it will be delivered to
its owner with a tail which never can
wag again. The owner will pleus call
and prive property.
waU as Ayrs fherry INwtoral which
alwav elves prompt relief In returns ol
say old eoaiplalBt." Krneat A. Hopler,
Itupecior ol 1'ubllo IWJa, 1'ei ! Ter
rs Boane, La,
M I eoasMsr Ayers Cherry reel oral a
Most UcporUal rsmedy
For Home Use.
I bars teeted lu eursUvs power, la my
teaally, many time during the peat
thirty years, and hare Better knew a II
to rail. It wUl reliere too ataat serious
aCaeUoa of th throa and iunfs,
whether la ehUdrea or adulls." Mrs.
M. U. XdgMly, UaaeU Wlufla, law.
H Twenty years ago I was troubled
with a dteaas of th tnn. Dwlor
afforded ate no relief and considered
say ess hopeless. I tliea began to as
Ayr' Cherry feetoral, sod, before I
had tnlahed on bottle, found relict. 1
oatlaued to taks this medicine until a
ear was affected. 1 believe tltst Ayer's
Cherry rectors) savstl my We."
amuel Orlggs, Waukegan, 111.
M 111 year ago t contracted a saver
old wnu-a seined oa luy luttge snd
as Id tw eoulltied to my
hew raw winter viilng anijiist th
mm w apeud your spare tlm. Ad
ilssltin Is free,
Watches, Clocks and
Thlftip Will Contain The
I of th
JiON - TON
Soon develoied all th alarming umiiik
Inata ot Cutieuiniitlnn. 1 had a rough,
Blgltt aweata, bleeding el tin
pejus la rbeal nd sides, and
pruet rated as Id t eouHoeil
bed Moet ol the time. Aftr trying
Bit pbyaii lsii fliiall
at Ayer's Cherry
and th effect was magleal,
ly determlunl toglvo
IWtntal. I t It.
I magleal, I seemed
hi rallr from the flret tl. ol till
ssadkdne, and, attar italng only tbre
. hotUee, aw aa well and eod as ever."
Hoduey Johaaon, I)irlugl1rld, III.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Or. J. C. Ayr k Co, Lowslt, Matt,
taHtisa4a. rteel sUeeUlaa,!.
SHOP'; at BUENA
k Roc has opiencd
a Blacksmith shop at
Btlcna, Vista. ImHc is
-- i l J it- .. - , . ,
prepared to do all work
'' in that. line.
EAT TO.; LIVER
J. D. I
1 - If you ml to live, you want U get aitM inl at the very
Aa eaaculle ataa who andeivtaaib llolhlss
ce reereeeat ue ae neiaa-Amt in latleiieatlvnce.
Stilwti new eprin line m.w reeiiy .
WA."AXAKKH; IIHttWN. mtlwli-lpbla.
lareeet I'lotSttu aiul tlmmltaiit 'railuriae
llutiM is Amaru.
LACES at cost,
iHII.II. 4 WILLIfltlii ,A
We wish to Iniorm thrysx.,.'
publiD tliitt we am ft,
mi I ALL aad
vivt t'i r tvn
out at wait,
i a s r ie
lie Celebrated French Cure.
hnet.ied tilDUnAniviu,.,. '
to rute mAUUI 1 1 fit ,Z.',"7
It Solo oe a
le aura hv
Ittrtn ul nerrtiua
illieaw, ar aur
illmWr ol the
caua ol eUl,e
Ef OAK Ulna na n,. AFTfD)
cmltenetnleilmalaiiia. T..l-, .
inniein yoaiiittii lu ll-rlln. otrr lu.lul."
n.e., nrh alxie0 Mraia rNiwer, Wakelal.
w.-ZTrlTlSr IT J" "' Setalaai
H..w..Hn, iutiirrni.B m.aiiu i. -,
. : Somalia re A44 ear ett tnaati.
A IVKIIfKKIII lSlaTtei... ...
nler, to rtlund iim n .
tire ! nutenVeterl. Tti..nut..t. i .
In.iB on an rneng, nf both wire, Mrniauiimlr
-j."- .rr-inwr in- ..liira
MS APHRO MEDICINE CO.
vl V, PORTI.AKD, OR,
For lal by Buatnr k Lisk
1ataVaTa4 vaI. I .
y.lvm. auu ITYIM I tllOOIHt Ul M'l
It .. ii... i -
jvu nveioeui eau And wlmt i
tromrylhm. All the very nlt sntl
Don't forjrttt that flnr, Hhxk of
W. E. fOOI'EH.
1 LI , OF
a - .
direct Kroiii K4
I he New Brick,
W. G. SHA
Jicl Iim tnhiiifansy
- .tt what m itplcura
a I I I am W
if w I .
win .mm, iiiDEPiE;
It would coat about 17,1500 to build la the
riololty of Boston. Th plan war prepared
by Arcnitsct mni u tstnito, m bcson
It has been calculated that th rsllroadi of
th world ar worth nearly three hundred
Mlllona of dollars, or about one-tenth of th
wealth of th elrUUed nations, or mors tl
aacquarter of their lnreated capital. At
this rat, all th ready money in th world
would buy only about one-third of them.
DO YOU THINK SO?
That In one year the Albany and
Astoria It. A. will he built through
Monmouth to Dallas, and leave u out
that the motor line to Monmouth will
not be built; that Dallas will have an
185,000 court house In course of con
struction; that Falls City will furnish
electric power for Independence; that
West Bulem will tie the county soat;
that Bheridan, being on the line of the
proposed Astoria railroad will not get
In and work for a county neat, of a new
county; that Independence and'Mon
mouth will not have a combined pop
ulation of 8,000.
On the 8d of January Harvey PapeM,
who reside on the Bluslaw, In Lane
county, was found doad In hi cabin.
H was of English descent, a bachelor,
and about 67 year of aire. When found
be had been dead for several days. He
bad evidently been sitting lu a chair
reading a newspaper, when death came,
and, had fallen foward on hi face,
BUY YOUR PAINT
FOR SPRI O WORK-
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I . I frtvM a. J t . . a, .
wU. ,r Merchants and cthe
f U tll tfltu.l. a...... I
"""""'J accounts mill, Merchant.'
Monmouth fur rwutting.
t and pritcd.
W. H WF1EEUR
Has dlsptswd, of his large Ilolltlnyl
Shirk, but has a flu II ns of
. SXIli '
m .-. stop
OPPOSITE THE OPERjousr
BARR & pctzel
; H. M. LINES,
A COMPLETE STOCK
Of Furniture, Carp
s, Window Shades.
Etc., at .,.7. ';;;'
A. J. WHITE AKER'S;
I carry a
ALSO HAVE A FUUL STOCK OF
AND MAKE FRAMING A SPECIAL!'
AND SELL THEM AT REASONABLE
CHASED AN ELEGANT HEAItt AND CAN FUSNJMH IT AT
IIMCES. I HAVK LATELY PUB
A full and complete) line of Fu
neral gtKitla a' ways on hnnd.
K. P. 81 1 INN,
Boot and Shoe
Main Htreet, ltnlcpeBdMice, opiirwlle oimra
Repairing ' neatly done,
ho art tht Largtit
St-editmeri In ilit wurid.
II. M r,,.,-n'. .
IWiUtlftiily lvlrnld llunlMlM
lor ijo will l mailed FREE to all
iiiL.,nu, entl i imi mm', cuf
oinfrt, lll better ihn ever. Kw
try i rr.cn uiinir Oanfen irin..
or r irlil SBKDSihouM itnd for It.
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nrr h i i n ran 11 rnn nnuurt....... .n..
w, v,-b -vwwiuiiiwuNiiuj run LExn ihiil ili i
K VM " w I II H I LsLL-.il-
MAIN STREET, : 14A. IKin " '" .
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T. G. FUQUA.
G U N S U I THI
FIRBAKMS OP ALL KINDS HE-
' , PAIRED.
Guns and amunition kept In stock.
Msls Htreet, ; Oppoitiu Overs Hons
First elnas Turnouts for Commercial Travel
North End Main St.,
ive ns a 1
PRESCOTT & VENESS, Propi
FIR AND HARD-WOOD
J, A- WHEELER,