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About The Independence west side. (Independence, Or.) 18??-1891 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1890)
In last week's issue of tlio NVf
Siik Commissioner NVilklna urge;
opon the people of Ore gon the im
'portauee of having tlie resource or
the country fully represented at
the Columbian Exposit ion iu Wl
This is unquestionably Oregon's
opportunity of ninkinR known to
the world the extent and variety of
her rich endowment in mineral
wealth, timber, cereals, vegetable,
fruits, etc Aud as all legislation
is simply an embodiment of col
leetive public opinion, it therefore
behooves the people of this state to
urge upon their representatives in
the next legislative assembly to
' provide sufficient funds for a
thorough exhibit of Oregon's nl-
. most matchless resources at the
Chicago Exposition. Under exist
ing circumstances the law making
body of this state cannot afi'ord to
be either dilatory or parsimonious
in providing ample means for ad
vertising the fertility of resources
of our vast area of rich but compar
atively undeveloped territory
There is no real danger of the leg
islature needlessly expending the
public funds, although the cry of
"wolf is heard from certain quar
ters, for the average legislator is
constitutionally conservative in his
financial notions and business
methods, besides, all of our legis
lative precedents, in regard to ap
propriations, have leen along lint
of strict public economy. A few
radicals may advocate a large ex
penditure of money for the pur
pose indicated, but no man of con
servative views is going tolly into
the face of well established pre
cedents. We do not presume to
designate the amount of money to
be appropriated, only that the sum
Bhonld be amply adequate for the
The rock ahead iu the future de
velopment of this country is a semi-acquiesceut"let-wellenoughaIoiu)"
policy, which has a large following
among the average mediocrity of
well-a do people, and the heaviest
pressure against legislative approp
rUtion for the World's Fair exhibit
will naturally come (nun this very
quarter. Self satisfied with their
own superficial and somewhat re
Btricted views of life, and tinappre
ciative of the social aud intellee
tual tendencies of the age, these jwr
sons bold tenaciously to the estab
lished order of things; all their
ideas and habits becoming solidi
fied into the ' hard cake of cus
torn," while they themselves.
although ceasing to be progressive,
at the same time, are honorable
and capable citizens.
While we have no disposition to
flippantly antagonize the piutieu
lar opinions of any individual
much less to arouse the censure of
a large aggregation of people, but,
at the same time, we have certain
very positive convictions iu regard
to the necessity of pushing Oregon
to the front, aud, with all due eoiir
tesy, we propose civiiiz a few of
our reasons for the faith that is
A multitude of eirtiu instances
have conspired to keep Oregou li
the background of progress while
onr Bister states of California ami
Washington have forged ahead at
a rapid rate. Of course the great
transcontinental railroad lines now
centering on the Puget sound have
much to do in filling up that conn
try with both wealth and popula
tion, but, then, there is another
leading factor in the problem
the pluck and enterprise of the pco
pie themselves. They not only
have faith in their country, but
have the courago to advertise it as
well. The people of Washington
are not afraid to expend money
letting "the world and all the rest
of mankind" know where they are
and what they are there for. They
preach from their very house tops
all about the resources of the coun
try, and as a natural result the
world is not only becoming interes
ted in what they have to say, but
Washington is fast taking rank as
the brightest star in the North
western constellation of states. A
similar spirit of enterprise on the
part of the people of Oregon would
add four fold to the wealth and
population of the state within the
next decade. Oregon is a better
country than Washington, it has a
richer and more diversified soil, a
far more beautiful landscape a more
congenial climate. We only need
the influx of population and cap!
tal to enable us to become one of
the most prosperous common
wealths in the United States. A
little judicious legislation by our
representatives at the state capilol
next winter will bo a step towards
placing Oregon well up to the fore
FEW ' REASONS FOR
OH A T ULA TION.
It is quite obvious to the most
casual observer that Independence
is on the high-road to prosperity.
We have, at last, torn from the
pages of our history the seared and
yellow leaf of isolation. Jfapid
transit with the outside world is
attracting hither men of means
and energy; it is, also, inspiring
our own people with nenewed pluck
and life. Already the procession
has W-guu to move" forward, the
baud to play, and the people are
learning to to keep step with the
I'llek music of the modern world.
Thirty years Is long time lu the
history of an individual, but it
not a very long period of time In
the history of a tow u. ome towns
live thirty years and then die;
others exist thirty yearn and then
spring Into fullness and beauty ol
life. . The cycle of Independence'
history may cover a period ot
thirty years or more, but she Is to
day a livetowu and her future h
full of promise. She is fullj
abreast with the progressive spirit
of the age; has splendid schools,
numerous religious edi ticca, sub
stantial business houses, first elii
manufacturing Interests, eleganl
rvwidencea, etc. The surronndiiui
country tributary to the city com
prises some of the finest agrleul
tiiial lands in the state. Iminl
gratlou Is rapidly pouring into the
county, and .the old donation land
claims are lieiug divided Into
small farms adapted to the wants of
a populous commonwealth. With
a gejiial and healthful climate, n
magnificent area of fertile soil, and
numerous other natural resources,
Polk comity is destined in the ucai
future to Income one of the wealth
iest sections of Oregon.
vvflumt riis new lawk.
A great majority of the Oregon
press is In. favor of the publication
of all new laws at the time of their
enactment. We consider this n
judicious idea, for the people
should know something alsmt the
statutory laws under which they
live. It is "not uiiftc-iuently the
case that long and expensive liti
gations are the result of ignorance
of state laws. People do nt, as s
rule, bring suit at law simply
through sheer piglicatluess ami a
disposition for combat! veneHS. The
great majority of men mean well,
and are actuated in their busi lies
dealings by n nice sense of honor,
and it is only when they consider
their commercial rights Infringed
upon that they resort to an appeal
at law. The temple of Themis Is
not always an impartial court, the
scales of the so hilled blind goddess
do not always balance towards the
side of justice, the innocent often
suffer, and wrong only too fre
mieutlv walks boldly out of the
court room into the broid light
The majority of people realize
the fact that courts of Justice do
not always adjust wrongs, and tley
are somewhat disposed to look ask
ance at a sleek attorney when he
blandly assures them, '"It is a safe
case, sir." Hut tieiug uninformed
as to the real status of the law, they
urc pcrsundtHl to rush into the legal
vortex, and, of course, they usually
come out in a very tattered aud
beggarly condition. A little
knowledge of statutory law would
save many an individual a good di al
of wholesome experience, us well as
snug little pile of uir.li.
Our estwiiusl contemporary, the
Miuiuiouth IrmwTutt assumes that
we are "straddling the political
fence," While we do not admire
the euphony of the phrase by which
our neighbor designates our politic
ul position, we art, at the same
time, fnni to confess that the Nkws
is non-partisan iu politics. How
ever, aside from its editorial
management, this journal is au
open court for the discussion of any
question of public interest, political
The Went Shore is making a bit
ter fight on our World's Fair com
missioners, Messrs. Wilkins and
Klippel. While that journal's
caricatures are really laughable to
'lookers on in Vienna," yet there
is a certain kind of refined brutal
ism in thus masquerading the good
name of individuals before an mi
discriminating but fun loving pub
IUIINKV VAI I.KY HKAUO I KOM.
John B. Emhree (everybody in the
county know John) writes n letter to the
llemizer of lunt week, in which he kivhh
hin tmpiefHiotia of tha Harney valley
country in a way t b 'it would mnke a
"Heathen Chiuee" amile. John la evi
dently highly pleuaed with the rugved
billl and and plain of the new country
of hid adoption; besides, society in Unit
wild and woolly" region ib exactly to hi
tustn. We herewith npponri the letter in
Editor Itemize?: -Many people in
the WillnnuittH valley have OHkcd roe
wliul kind of im out lit a pern in neodM
who contemplates settling in Harney val
ley. I would advine all who come here
to bring at leant three yenm supply (if
proviHiouH of nil kinds commonly used.
Tboy should also bring along enough
wearing nppnrel to last three years; and
if they have any relatives here, who Are
near and dear to them, they should bring
along tome extra second hand olotlung
' ' "
for their seedy kin folks to wear. Thty
need not bring any furml.ig implements
with them, becaiihe all such articles n;e
of little use; there are ninny persons here
who hnve never lined a farming, or any
other kind of useful implement. A flrat-
class drug store should accompany each I
100 pcrwiiis, mid any pt-rson coming here
who wishes to be in huhion should bring
along a good supply of dnnclng pnmps
aud a few cork screws, both of which ore
used extensively. . Buce horses are also
used here. A good hfe-uoat and a few
lift preservers are frequently needed in
Harney vulley during the nunuiil deluge,
and mosquito bars ore another article
Op-ruin, tV r
ANOTHER MSN WIMC.
mmmii-hI wite- ran- Jtt) imi
iuiit h ua J."
Ml Ml arlfa MttMM lhlllat."
TttMt lw T-o-ni wrrnii," foa. Brawt raplM,
klin-l lr Ihat l'. nnl M
lul l klMaU bar a tha r baa-
an I did tMxrauM aha limbm) an hiidanma
Ui wjr ptrtitrr of Umuty will health, W lul
" Wall," rlll.
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win ii-ii Tim i
IM ur Pr, rmvp-t Farnrlto
acoepl Jour Holticjr. Ouw)
n unhmlth-- wrtman to nralr. If mr. Wu.
Mflll, Tli twlllaj- illvw In wlilph n man?
of lb. tulis. ar im-lirio rauac of
pal, aallnw , liloUibnl llh' utiaiahtlr
Rloiplr, iliill, lualrvlnai ' ud enia. Int4
iritil Women nHIU'U',1, inn b mini-KontlJ-
br iwlii-i lr, Plvroa'a Furu
Fnax-rllitliMi I unit with I hi- rmiuitiii uf
kmHb enmni Did Iwiulr whlfh, nitulittind
wim ttMHl qimllliit uf bm4 Mill liMrt, wakwl
woiioa n! uf kivoUiiMa.
1 to th mf mwll.
Hit for nnn, mi by ilromiai. Hiidrr
imiii f uarwni rroin ilia miiiiu..nir.
art, lhl II III ilv aatlafxHIun lu rjr
or nii'oij wui im riiiit
It la i iailnx
inr n uinrrnrw. pftinnu mruwi'lliiMKI,
! aiinnfiwiina, irlama, or fmiliig
ii- Ixi.'i, mili-vaiaiuii, riHni-
tirdt-- .tuwii aim lti"ia, (-Knmlo
. .... .....i.' u ami uiivmliun of
i-!-i-rvii4 Muin-At, Ammu
ii,i.WUivi, UuIlo,N, V.
Ull! " '
DR. PIERCE'S PELLETS T.'.'MX
UuU'. or I alKarlln, Mwnnlliiir tu tin of
tuaa. Ur truMU- wmiU U.
TUburr Foi, M p., ilia alncm naUUtl wit
tar la till wok"oliln Maaawa," Ibua tccooBw
foi tbt lmla to connoa oo Hi jai-t and awl
KaUnf too iti'a M loo (raaar food, or too baaitj
aatlai wbllt lb tirraioix oifant ara aiuiiiife.
eanaa la ntoat poopl lutl Iranian at a daaital
w million, which eaiuM lb blood to bom iiof
I Ubl, wblcb la lata tulMbla ib pot, ibi
mull u, Ibai thttiudinf aKntloaiblork la Um
torn, wttirh luHaioa, aarb dlillurl loOtiam
lloa brluf a flmpl It. to Ibaralor 4um
But prwrrlb ' blood putiHara" to rallad, bat
ij)fippal cur" la b takan, la um bla oaf
word ' 11(1 (W 4v$rtpM (ratafoaai ( atiaa
araffd." Tha old klaa wu. Ibal tac arupiioal
war tanaaj br a "humor la lh blood.' tot
bleb I bay trealad lb blood. llo lb Blaaral
potMh llaor ib raawa why lh aldar tana
harlllontla uub Joy' Vlabl Sana
barilla lolluwi lb aiodtra Idrai ol Uf foi aod
Imi with rhll Ttbl allirtdat al lb
ilnunt'h nil dlllvorti ThratoaU
prut wby II cut dyirwixl d ladlMlloa,
ud Ib plmiilc aud ikm arupiluoi which rul
Iberalron. aud why untrillj thai u aiia
Fabcfs Golden Femalo Pills.
rnr rma! Irraf nlar
lllaa; uuihlu likalham
on III u.aiket. Nmt
folk Su.-naMl'illy atoj
hr nrottiluanl la.llaa
to tollrva auUaad
Iion'l h bumlmnrad.
Hav lima. Ilaallh,
Hani In an addram
aM-'ira by mall u,i i
wlfl m .rl. f iDO.
THE APHRO HCOICINE COMPANY,
Wutorn llruuU, Sol 27, CO KTI.A X l. OK
Kur nulv by llti'T a 1 ki.
nn'Ji'J. U'li Ilitlt aliouKI be umhI her,
but tint aiifti niilloato Hint anul book t
aonrtvly known. Kwb finally liorw kw
(mm on to I tiro tiny. A frw liny fork
ationlil be bruii.'til alontfi but no nimify
piirirv. Hbot i;mia nut ix hootcra ntt
1 eili'imiri'ly uar-J, ami aoiuetmirt wilb
iloiijly flTfot tu rnrioii portion of ih
yiillcy, Eneb pomiiii mIhmiI.I tiring nluntf
a mlr of iripplo iniiiiiiif.unif ulniuv,
Ori'i-ii gotfiflva urn much worn in tbu
ileiHirt Hrlii.ii, mitl pt'moua wlm inlcni
liKiutiiik! oil di-nrt IiiihI Hlmulil briiitf a
fow extra onn olinit; but nistil n..l bruin
any TnKetnliliw, a tlm Julia Iuy eotinlry
ipllra tin tiillry.
Jous I). EwiiiihK,
Coul Fire If your Are la low, throw
on a l'ilili-nMM.nftil of mil, mill it will
help It very tntioli,
To Cli'iio .Mirror,-A aott cloth wet
with aloobol la acnpiliil IIiIiik to wieolT
plats k'hm ""J mirror
To Clunn Mica. Ms-a in atom wboii
moke i roailily cleaned by tnkiiut it out
and washing it tlioronglily in diluted
A Chnnp Hint.-Pumpkin semi nr
Tory atlniotive tu mice; and triin bHited
with tlicm will aiHin dlniy tin little
l'ba(hl Savac Who rattan liar tot
Fattening alave In a park and feed
ing them up like animal destined for
the table and then loading thorn to a
hamblo where they are slaughtered
like oxen, cut Into ploco and aharod
bit by bit among hungry cannibals
ucn is me praotic which permit-
ted, according to M. Kondos j, a French
exploror, In some of tha French, Bel
gian, Portuguese and even British tor-
rllnptrui In tlhnnapKI M V...l... .
sent out three veart airo bv tha Frnnnh
the Niargulllon. and havlnir roturnnd
aftor the auooossfuj aocompTlshmontof
hli task ha hastens to tell his oountry-1
men ail about tho torrlble thlnir
which he hot aeon In his travels.
The "fattening parks" or paddocks
are, he aays, to be seen In each village
ana contain mon and women who have
been taken In war. The poor wretohos
take the r doom philosophically, and
some o them to whom M. Fondese of-
fered freedom actually refused It. 1
Thoy eat, drink, dance and sine until
tho head "fotishman,, come, round.
aooompanlod by an orchostra of torn-
torn and tln-kettlo nlavers. leleohi a
sufficiently fat specimen, carries him
or her to the market-place of the vil-
lage, and splits his or her head with a
hatchot or scythe-like knife. The ovea
and tonifue of tho victim are given to
the "boss" fetish and the rost of tho
L i . si M . .
ooay is uiviaea among tna anthropo-
' fltopp.d Il.r Orowtli.
There is rather a peculiar case at the New
Haven orphan asylum. This Is a colored
girl of eighteen years. In infancy ahe wai
abused by her parent and was flnall.
"'w ,'n rT
though nearly dead, waa ao oarefuilv treat,'
cd ti.at ahe lived. But the brutal treatment
cneoaoa ner growth, and aha la now no
largor than a child of seven years. .
iNnum law aaya vinegar mutt be tnsdo
of pure apple juioe,
We oflbr valuable prciiiliiuiH for the ae
who will work for the Wkst Kidk.
.Elkins & Co.,
nonuTOM o tan
HauIIns: of all Kinds Done at
ItrCoUecUo&l Made Monthly.TI
C Street. Independence, Or.
A. W.HOWELL, Prop.
FtraMtM la tvwry rtpct Special
Itcatloa given tranaltst caUHaira. A
auapla roota for con martial tnvwUra.
Mitchell & Bohannon.
ICinuflictttrtfff of (-
SASH & DOORS.
SCROLL SfWINQ AND
Mala StrMt, lndpBdncw, Ortfoa.
0, A, KRAMER,
at a Ms,
- Wania Votir Iti-palrln-.
Wt.'lililn a iwliill,v. Will lv y
lwrnlu lu V1 li, l'li k ailil JfWrlry.
Buster &. Locke.
W. I. WENGENRQTH .?..?.
Wj,.ii aliul. In loa Miua bllll'lllif with I. K.
k otol'a li'kamlili almri II la ao rirl-ati-u
workman liaihi karuatl hh trol I
Kunir. II anil. Ha ihar of lh ilni(
w luartuiowa aaii..,ii..u.
F. J. MORRIS, Prop.
Fine Wines, Liquors
MIXED DRINKS A SPECIALTY.
Whlitaktr Brick, Indeptndtnc.
A I'llKKKNT TO Ol lt M IINl KIHKHH
It i with plvnaitre that we nimounoe to
our tnuny pntniti ilmt we have mmlo ar-
rnngpmenta with that wide nwuke, illu
Irated farm magazine, the American
Famm, piiblwhotl at Fort Wayne, Ind.
and read by nearly 200.000 furnitini. b
which that great publication will be
mailed direot, FKKK, to th addrraa ol
any of onr auhioribnra who come iu nnd
pay np all arrearage oo aubaunptioua b
Jmiimry 1, l'i'.ll nnd one year in advunor
from January 1, 1S01, aud to any new
milwcnbfr who will pay one year in nd
Vance, Th: U n grand npportuuily t
.o'.itiun n fli'it-chiioi farm Jnnriiiil fiee
The Ammcnn Former i a large 1(1
page journal, of iinlmtinl clrcuhition
whiah rank aiimnif lha leHiliuv ngnciil
tnnil ijiiih'IM. It IriMiu I i niii-allnn ul
eoouomv in aiiimihnre aud the rinhi.
and privili-tioa of that vn.t bodyofuiti
tout Aiiii'ricaii Farinera -whose ind tin
tlou"1 l'""t"''t.v. It highest pnrpoe
tlie elv'' J iiottliiig of Agri
oullnre through the higher and bromlei
d'loali'"' ' m,l women eugngwl n
its pursuits. The regular sub.wriplioi
price of the American Farmer is Ul l'
year. If COSTS YOU NOTHING
From Buy one miuilinr, idiinit can be oh
taiucd that will be worth thrice the sul
acription price to yon or immibeiu o
your Uoimcbold, hit you cikt it phmh
Call aud see sample oopy. Tin ntVei
bolll. K0(,d mitll j(imlll,, mu
We have decided to hit ninny of om
oosiomeri who wish to take the weekly
Oreionmn do so in coiijunolion with th'
Wkht Hum, Our oiler i u follows: Foi
the sura ot tt3.S0 oihIi in ndvi nee we will
mail yon tho Wuht 8iiir from Jan. 1, 'M
to .Inn. 1. 'fl-i ntltl 111 Hit lllH Uti.Asrlu 'K.ai
gonian. We cannot make tins ollor nfler
' ' " ""'J wir
Jnnnnry 1891, nor hnvp snhsortption
stnrt before tliat time. Have ynnr hiiIi
soriptiont until (lie 1st of January.
Our offer to subscnb,- of (he W
Sma ana year and American Furmm
one year, nil for $2 should not be mis-
nnderstnod. TI,.i.l,.rln,.H .i.....
from Jun. 1, '01 to Jan. 1, '02, All
arrearage must be paid tu that lime,
and must be cash in advnnce, Thla is n
very liberal offer, and if 'yon want it
NOW send us 82.50 and get both pnpers
v,np to January '02.
rvM'l . far-'. -k-jfctf
F .. .1 rll "i
FOR TORPID LIVER.
A lrK lir rmng tha wbolya
( Hl irolura
Dyspepsia, Costivenoss, Rheu
matism, Sallow Skin and Piles.
Tbr la mm ktla ramtf farfkaa
ruaaiH 4l.aar tlinn fall'. I.lta
aUla. a trial will .ruv. frli ,.
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE.
Oregon Pacific Railroad
Orejm Osvelopment Co's Steamars.
Blurt L'..:o to Oillfornla.
'rci.rii a::! l.r;' the l.nwrs',
H1IAM!,H MMt.iyfl DAFICM,
Wrwn-fr V.., ITTK V. 1 1. fit,
Unvn VUllili: th-t, t, IM, fl,
foavi-afdtn rriirln; CM. U,
Train Nu, I wilt run Tumil)', Tliunulaya,
nnd mui,Uj, niul ub liilormrtlliitr day lin
Tmln No. will run MiuhIuj , WcdiiMilHy,
mil Krli!y, u1 on liiii-rinrdlalc ily whan
V. C. HiKH'K.
A. II. K. t I', A.
Th' .'"ii but i "Vi tli ilh la chaura
ai'l'iia ...om rtlllMint tMiMi-a,
, r.lii. minx-l 1 1 h Ilia It, P. a It, auil Ova
Hial' iVxa'Ija uil Aliaur,
c. ii. ihtiiVMfi.U r., f. c. n mrr,,
Uh. Kt ,t I'. Atft, u, i. Co, Ant O . . H I'. Ail
M Muni M.ii r, Mi 0. C. H. H.
n rf.tli-i-ro, (,'afiraUI,
GRl'AT OVl-RUND ROI'TIL
Northern 1'acific 1'. k.
rwo rt riuiN tin,v.
mn uixuK op cm
SHORTIST LINE TO CilOiO
dI ll iwlnt. I .'I, vl
St Paul and Minneapolis.
TBS ROBTHCRN PACITIO RilhTOiD
I tba oulr Ho. kuunlut
aawiiil I law Uri 1 ol I'n.rsa)
tuitrt"Ui ! t"i',h,
fullmau ra!a.- dl.tla ram.
I'.i.ca Ullllli tla,ialHTrl,
FttOM I'OKTUS!) TO THE K.VHT.
Sm toil yoar Tickt umiU via (hi North-
tri PaoUlo R. B. tad voW obaagt
Ir "nftland al t 60 A V ttiil P. M.
(tally rrl l IIBU" " "'
I'AI'iriO TIV!IIW-TrIIn Irair PmbI
tint U tnl. daltf at It M . m, an4 10 t ra.
irl Maw lamrna, l T.W B. ni., ''
B,.,rni,i,alluit with t;ottar' '"'
uttiiaon run.t Mind. A. li flUUI.IuS,
furl laud, Oiri"U,
larrt Cor. Ftrat au4 O UtrHt,
Omalia, Kansas City, Cliic
ST PAUL. ST. LO"S.
AND ALL WfJlKT
East, North V wot'th.
Kr flii-lhi-r imril,i:!ar luiiilre of any Hvi-tit
l ilii-tvmiwn) ur
T. W. LEE,
(I P. T. A.
R. D. COOPER,
In Ji'jmhIi in-., Or
EAST AND SOUTH
SOUTHERN PACIFIC ROUTE.
ExuraM Tnlui lv Portland Pall.
TCiuin. ' nforTTT
1 00 r. aT.v, ronUnd Ar I V.H t. ,
j i r. h. I l.v. Aiiy. Ariel a. a.
Mil. I, Ar. fan Krncii'l.'o I.v 00 r. M.
Alxiv trklna alun nnlv at followln uMiloui
mirihnf Koai'huriii Rut fortlaa I, Oriyon l llv,
Wiiiiilliiirn.Halain, Albany, Tanirvnl, Hhu.l.l.. Hal
v, llHrrltlmrg, Jutiullun L'lljr, lrvlUK anil Ali
Roseburg mail, Daily,
nwar r& on
TXavo. A rrU a,
rnrllaml 8 a, m, Itnni'lmra r, M,
rlcwuhurit A. II, , l'lTllaiul 4 1'. a,
Albany Local Dully (Kxcept Htiii y)
I'mtUiKl 0:1X1 r M. Albany .... Vimr. a,
Albany " . . ...tM i. u. FcrllKinl 00 a. m,
Fullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS.
"fltaceornmo.tatlim at Raonnd rlM rnnennun,
miauiiau to m pi una truiiia.
West Side Division.
Between Portliind and Corvnllls
MAIL TRA1K DAILY (Kxovpt Bunitay,)
;M A, .
t M p. m.
I Wp. in,
12. IV) p. m.
11:18 A. M.
U lOr. M.
At Albsnv anri Cnrvnllli oonuoct with tralni ol
Oretiiiu faolllo Itallrnail.
EXPRESS TRAIN DAILY (Kxcopl Sund'y)
MoMlniivllle 7:511 Ml,
fortland S:W A. M.
PortlsnrJ 4:40?, H.
VloMllinvlllS 4S A.M.
THR0UQH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
EAST AHO SOUTH.
'Tut ticket nt Information reMrtllnrrtta
man. lo.. oU ou oumtiauv' auui at lmlanun.
K. P. ROOK R.I,
AJil a t. A fua. Alt
REST IIT THB WORLD.
Qutlaatlnv two bova a anrottiar brand. Not
afl.oud br b.l. IV u E T t H K ti C N II I N E.
TOB 8At, BY PHALRBH QKNBBAMX lyf
D. If viae,
Never wuntrt for ('uHlouiPm Imwuirio
-His Trade is large.-
J. D. IRVINE
Never ihmhIm nionev, when bis cim
tonirrH eonie In ntnl pity thir bilk
In IiIm Stoic, you v. ill II ml a large
Wliieli in Sold Ht-
And be Convinced.
72 Steel tooth lion hnrrow, 20.
5 niul 7 tooth etiltivutors.
The licM hoine ili(ieiiig.
The host in
Best price paid for
Do You Want to Karn
Then no to work young man or young
woman among your
subscribe for the WEST SI Db. You have
fiivc chances for getting a prize', and from
the list below you will sec that they arc worth
HOW TO DO IT.
For every New HuWribw, Voting W for I lie WEST HIDE to Jan.
IhL 1892, the penwn wilding In the nam and money will tw cmlited
with one HuWriplioii. On the 22nd
pemonit having seeured the greutt numlerof New uW:rilx!r will
receive the lnt prize, hiu! the next
tut prize. A typewriter, Ynlue flft.00.
2nd " 110.00 ciuih,
,'kl " Book on Eltwiuctle.
4th " Ilook, one of I)icken'
5th " IltHtk, one of Verne'", work. Value f l.W.
TIicho prizes can lie seen nt the
for NEW SUlWCIilBKHS only, and
number of DubrnJi iljers obtained by
ten, hence In that am the ten Hubscribeni will earn the first and a less
number each of the others. Thin In jiwt the work for the boys and girln.
A full Julwcription ($2.00) eouiiU one. Haifa year (1.00) couuU one
half. Three month, or fiO a-uta, one-fourth. You can send in the
money and names eaeh week until Nov. 22, 18!0, and al that time the
w in in' m of the prizet will jns announced through tho columns of tho
West Side. The West Hide will lie sent to Jfew SuliscrilH'rs from date
iintilJiiiiuary, 18D2, for 2.'
COMMENCE WORK AT ONCE.
Any person whose mime appears on our books cannot be counted
us a new Biihsei-iber. Clul can lie formed in a community, uud the
nuiucH will count as prize winners. For example, teu peisons subscribe
for tho jiaM-r, and if ten is I ho prize club, the 1st will bo paid t them.
Itcuieiubcr there are five pri.ttn. Two or three iiew muu will
-liiioMt lie sure to stcun a prize of
Address WEST SIDE,
Livery, Feed and Sain Stables.
Stuck Left In our Car will be well at to:' to.
SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR CI .. 1ERCIAL MEN.
MAIN STKEET, - . INOEPKKDEN0K, UEGON.
Sash, Door and Manufacturing Co.
llnvltif In full n(Krntlun a Slurtevan Pry Kiln and Mivrml Ihouxtind dollnra worth of arw
niaohliivry, acnremiw pn-iMiriHl Ui nil any and all ordm ftir mill work. Order oIlcHd
fhim mi? prt of the valley, which will rwolve pmmpt attention. To our local ruU-mr w
wlh Ui thiil wa will have conatuntly on hand all the luteal dwitma In our trndc, Prompt
alli'iitliin wall tic given and prlivaaa low u oonalatent villi good work.
c OOlrv, corner Tmtii) and High atrveU, Kalciu; P. O. box No. 859.
Tou Want to Buyi11 Xi- tattekson,
(JLARS WAUK and CKOCKEKY
Bock Bottom Prices for Cash
or PROniTCH go to
the Wroi'kors of High Prim in
1 1 k'i
J. R. COOPER,
Of Independence, hiivinj; : steum
eiifjine, a brick maehineand several
acres of finest clay, is now prepared
to keep on hand a fine quality of
Brick, which will ho sold at ro:uson
I. A. MILLER,
-DIAT.ttr IM .
Monuments and Headstones of All Styles.
Flrtit-ClftBS Work and Prices 20 per cent,
lowor than any other shop in the state.
SHOP COR. MOiNKQUTH AND R. UTS.
Indkpindbncb, . , Okbook.
m & Dalton.
friends, and get them to
day of Nov., 1N1K), the jienwii, or
highest the 2nd prize, (He.
Value 2.50. .
work. Value tl. 00.
Ihin offiw. Thcw prizes are given
it in jMWHil.le that the liighoO,
any one person might not be over
INDEPENDENCE, . OREGON.
H. M. LINES,
A full aud complete Hue of Funeral goods
Alwaya on Hand.
C S. McKALLY..
Arohlteot and Draughtsman,
KOOMS t Ul'lltMlKKYMAN BLOCK,.
COMMRBCIAL St.. . . SAI.KM. OR.
Has boon re-oponed, by the Mlsse Fennelln,
on Mln 8U, opposite tlie Opera hoime, Inde
penilenee. Meul 25 (mmU. Board, JS.50 per
week. Ioe Cream and Oysters in season.
Table supplied with the best tlie market af
fords. No Ciiluese employed.
A. B. GRIGGS,
8. t, Iirlne, cutter. Chotca Batata
MtMVl W luad. DaWiaaa)' lrl(.