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Jsmee W, Nramlth.,
The aboy ts tmm not to b forgot
Wn by th MHHleotOngon, urn espec
ially by Ui old settlers of llk oumity.
It b a nam eloty ideiitifltnl with the
nrly history of Oregon, aud tli man who
bur it tM well known a a man ot tbe
people, and oim whose seiierous ymr
thie were always extended to bit neigh
bor nut friuds, tut to ill who war lit
a situation to requtr eucu sentiment
xteudad toward tliom. Nor did hit
ympathy merely ud iu aeutnuf ut, but
iu geueron liberality iu contributing
to th UMKwmticw ut other wm prcdoin
iusut Unit in bu character. Io hi pri.
t life be wm highly esteemed by all,
ud hi bit public Ufa ha was always found
trite to b trust, aud uer brought rt
proaoh npon hw nam by Tlotatiug olll
oial oath, ordirgardiug the beat inter
est ot the people. II wm ou of Ore
Bon' curly U, H leuator, and took an
otto part in lwgielation through the
tormy time of the tYil war, II wm
ver fouud by roie and ote utaiuiiig
th goToinnMiit id all it etltirt to up
prw tbe rebellion, mkI uerer wavered
iu rapport ot ooustituiiomU goverutueut
wd the righto aud priuciple ot Ameri
can oititeo. II held many official pos
itioua, and stood high abov mut uieu
in not being charged with fraud or cor
ruption during hi ottlotal career.
Let me give ome ot bu eeutmteul,
uttered dunug the "Reconstructing"
period, (bowing hi trn greatues of
oul Mid bt earneslne in malutaiuiug
oonatitutioual liberty, od bmtgtug
boat complete friendly relntlon he
tweeu the North Mid the South. It wn
t the olote ot the wm, tud while "re
eouitraotiou" measure were nuder oon
uderalion tbat be Mid:
"The ustiou baring passed suooesstullj
through the most terrible ordeal ot tour
year of oml war, and having vindicated
it supremacy over every foot of it vast
territory, a the din ot battle H bushed,
and the fleroe passion ot the oouibat-
auta hare abeidod, we are no l inger
called npon to devise tueaui for the tup-
port of great armies, but tbe higher duty
devolve npon n ot reatonug tbe country
to a state of peaceful prosperity and
happiness. In tbe Uncharge ot Ibis im
portant duty let o not be animated by
feeliug of hatred and revenge toward
those to receutly in hostility to the na
tional authority, but rather cultivate
that spirit ot friendship tud forbearauoe
to essential to our future prosperity a a
great, united and proeperou people, de
tined to the enjoyment ot a free govern
ment ot onr own construction."
Noble aenttmeuU! Would to heaven
they prevailed in tbe heart ot alt who
occupy official position; would to
heaven they prevailed a predominant
feature io the mind ot every Amerieau
citizen; would to heaven tucb eu truest
moved aud animated every voter when
called upon to exercise tbe right ot uf
frag. Then would honesty reign trium
phant; then would constitutional lihertj
rett npon a baai that would secure its
perpetuity, autranimrled by the corrupt
tag influence ot political demagogue.
Again, in speaking of (he restoration of
feeling of amity and good will between
tbe North and Hontb, he said:
"Let the children ot those who have
met npon tbe field of carnage imitate the
generosity ot their father, who could
bake band and share the rude comforts
of th bivouac with those to lately their
mortal enemies; and lot ut hope that
both lection may cultivate and foster
that spirit of concord which shall make
onr Union in reality "one and insepara
ble." Polk county may well feel proud that
be had within ber border, aud could
claim as fellow oitizen man imbued
with such sentiment, and the youth of
onr land wonld do well to proQt by bit
eiample, and imitate the spirit ot politi
cal honesty and true patriotism which
controlled bis action in official life.
Folk county bold bi honored remains,
and may he who gaze upon hi tomb
pause and reflect npon the spirit that an
imated that entombed body when it was
in the full flush and strength of active
life- A we pen these hue the intimate
relation that exiated between him and
tbe writer, bring those relations vividl)
to memory. We breathe a ugh to mem
ory, and am oonsoiou that those who
were united to bim by kindred tie have
Do cause to regret the mention ot his
honored name. 8. 8.
The teacher' itiHlitiite, which convened
st this plac on Inst Saturday, was a very
pleasant and profitable meeting. The
ontside attendance was large, besides
there were present some twenty-five or
The forenooD tension began by 8upt
Reynolds calling tbe meeting to order,
and Prof. Simonton, ot Dulles, was
chosen a secretary.
Tbe opening address consisted ot a
very interesting paper on "Shirking," by
Prof. W. L. McAdnms. Home general
remarks followed the rending of the ad
dress. "Exercis In Short Methods ot Inter
est," by Supt. Reynolds developed con
siderable thought and discussion. The
teacher generally became interested and
tbe running talk was lively for awhile,
The "Class Drill," by Mis Carrie
Fowle ot this oity, wa very systematic
ally and efficiently executed.
Tbe afternoon exercises opened with a
general discussion on "The Methods of
Tbe next in order was a song by Mrs
Tuck's juvenile class. Tbe little ones
did qnite well and their performance was
dnly appreciated by every one present.
Prof P. L. Campbell delivered a few
interesting remarks on "The Art of Ques
tioning and Receiving Answers."
Tbe closing address was a paper by
Prof. Veasey on tbe "Ik-bring Sea Con
troversy." Tbe speaker took the posi
tion that American interests are in jeop
ardy in those waters. Prof. Reynolds
wanted to know "What are we going to
do about it?" In tbe opinion of the
speaker this was a question for diplo
macy and statesmanship to settle.
It was moved tbat tbe next meeting be
held at Monmouth, Deo. 20th.
H. Hiracbberg, president of the Inde
pendence National bauk, who has been
absent in Europe for several months, re
turned home last Saturday. "Joe" is
looking quite well, and enjoyed tbe visit
to his fatherland splendidly. Of course
there wa a big handshaking wben be
stepped from tbe tram onto the depot
platform. . ' '
NORMAL SCHOOL COLUMN.
IN I'lUtU r Till kLONUItt i.
Several students on th sick list this
Mis Higluy It slowly recovering from
Mr, 0 8. Jackson visited trit'ud iu
Mr, West, brother ot Maud Wt,
wa visiting ber few day ago.
Th Vetpertiue bar changed their
time ot meeting from I o'clock to 8.30.
Th tunny tare played in th cbapal
Wduday vniug wa well attended.
Mr. and Mr. Clow, ot Linn county,
are vwiting their daughter, Mio Hstli,
Mr, A. B. W. ttughe visited hi home
at Httllston, Monday, returning Wtdue
I an prepared at any tun to giv free
lesson in th art ot equestrian Ititt to
young ladio. F. Luciuu
Nearly all ot th buildings, purchase
aud transfer ot property have, been Iu
tbe southern part ot tin town,
Mr. Dan Hewitt, of Lewisville preempt,
baa pnrohaaed th property owned by
Mr. Addison, which lie eatt of th bank
Mr. J. P. Lucas, clerk of Gilliam coun
ty, wa visiUnng hw fattier and hi Moo
mouth friends during tne for part ot the
week. 1 : '
Mr. E. Henry, on ot our itudetiU, re
turned to bit bom in Clackania county
Mouday. Ha will probably return after
Tbe Sunday school will bold tetlivi
tie on Christina eve. A Committee
wa appointed on last Sunday to make
all necessary arrangeiueuta.
The senior art present reviewing
phytic, aud tor th last few day have
peut the time in debating th quettioa
of divisibility ot matter, the atomic the
ory, eta. - "k i
Real estate t ttill lively iu Monmouth,
Mr. Whitmor ha cold two acre of laud
to Mr. Given and tour acre to Charli
Barr. Mr, Barr will erect tour bouse on
tli property during tbe coming year.
A number of our friend attended
chapel exercise lait Friday morning and
listened to the ddree given by th
seniors, on duty for tbat dsy, Mia Sohtn
field, Mi Bedford end Mr' N, L. Fraser.
Mr. Madditon, a representative of the
SUitrmm met th hoard of trade on
last Tuesday evening, at which meetiug
the board contracted with the Stuirtmun
for on page write-up in it mammouth
New Year edition. Acntotth Normal
building will (tend at the top of the page
For regular society work Friiiay night
the three eocietie liav combined to
gether, snd will (tivean open session in
tbe ehspel. A short program baa been
prepared, which will be followed by a so
ciable. At it it th eud ot tli first term
we all winh to meet and bar a merry
time. A cordial invitation is extended
Tbe following ii th report of the gram
mar gride of Bnena Vista publlo school
Those neither absent nor tardy during
tbe last month are Misses Edna Culver,
Addle Wells, Addi Pratber, Mattia and
Anna Longacre, Mr. Dow Ualdwiu, Fred
Venness, Ira Nosh and Ed. Tyler. The
standing ot all tbe school is very good,
the lowest average is 73, while tome aver
age above 90. We organised a debating
society last week that will make th walls
resound with eloquence next Tuesday.
E. 8. LoNOAi-a, Principal.
Hon. Ira Tewnaend bu returned from
a six week' visit to the boyhood home
that be ltt forty-tbree year ago. He
drank at tbe spring from which he car
ried water as a barefooted boy, and fouud
many other things to remind bim ot a
long time ago; but it didu't seem like
home to bim any more and b had no
earthly desire to remain there, and, like
all pioneer Oregonians who have visited
the east, now loves his adopted state
more than ever. Itemiwr.
Obi bow the farmer would appreciate
a good rain.
Miss Eflie Steele, who has been very
ill for some time, I now rapidly recover
Mr. M. Scraflbrd and wife were visiting
relatives in Corvallis Saturday and Sun
Mr, Lee Barnard left Monday for
Portland to spead a tew week among
Mr. Ike Foster is now able to use his
band wbiob was so badly mangled in a
buzz saw sometime ago.
Messrs. William and Arthur Steele
have bought Mr. W. E. Dalton's farm
for the consideration of 810,000.
Mr. Wm. Welch, of Oregon Citv, who
has been visiting Mr. Harris' fumily for
few weeks, returned bom Saturday.
Lest Tuesday evening Mr. P. Hilti.
brand fell from a bay loft and was badly
Bliakened np, but we are glad to note
that no serious damage was done.
Mr, Ed Hillard mot with a painful acci
dent last week. lie was chopping on a
small tree that was bent, which struck
him on tbe left ear and injured his hear
ing for some timo.
TI1K MARK KTN.
Wheat The murket quiet with a
weuk tone Quote : Valley, $1.20
1.22J i WalluWulla, fl.lHJ
Flour Quote: Rtandard, $3.00 4 ;
Walla Walla, $3.00ig3.80 per barrel.
Oats Quote white 80 a; gray, 58c. per
BuTTKit Quote: Oregon fancy cream
ery, 42Jc; fancy dairy, a7Jc, ; fair to
good, 27J30c.; choice Cal., 87Jc. per
Euan Oregon, 80c. jier dozen.
Poultry Onote : Old chickens, $3.60
f4J; young 82 504; old ducks, $fl
OJ ; young, $7; geee, $()10; per do,.;
turkeys, 12Jc per lb.
INDKI'KNDRNCI ItETAlL MARKET.
We quote Monday's prices as fol
Iowh; Flour, standurd, $4.00 $ 4.40 per
barrel; potatoes, good quality, 70c. por
bushel ; butter 37J 40c. per Jh, according
to quality; eggs, 80c. per dozen; apples
and pears, 50c. per buphul ; turnips, 60c.
per btiHliel; cnbbuge and squashes, 6
10c por heud.
W. O. HltAUMAK,
8ulti Mad to Ordtr and fit Outran
td. Custom (loixU hr Mnivlmntu and others lit
out and IWwit, I wilt npvn mnuliily a
eouts Willi Mm'hsnt at luitviwndvnna and
Monmouth r Hwuttln,
C.Htreel Oppwll P.O.
C. S. McNALLY,
ArehlUet ana DeauiltUman,
KOOMI I nt'Slt-HKKf MAR ltl.Ol K,
COMMKHCiAb Hh. HAI.KM, OIL
J. R. COOPER,
Of InilopoiuUMitHs having, a Btontu
engine, a brick umouino and aovurol
acnw of llnwt clity, 1m now pre imi wl
to keep on hand a flue quality of
Itrlck, which will lx sold at muun
Ladies and Gents Fur
Mtwt (Vmpli-te Slot'k of
Boots and Shoes
Iu the City
WE VOTE YES!
Yin whut 1
Why, IIKNKI.K & WALK Kit,
&vi tho lwitlingdrocom iu 1'olk Co.
aud don't yon forget it,
H. M. LINES,"
L lull and complet lln of Funoral good
. iiiitji on liana.
PIIDCC Ctuki, Ctlts, Inllutsit, OrasekHIt,
llUnLO Noaruasss, Whoplit Cough, Cftut,
Isrt Tarsal, Asthma, and tvery aflniKn ol ili
Thrttt, Langt an CSttt, liKludlnt ConiuraptUa,
bp If ftuU pumtut M iMstuiMtiiMd"!, IstM,"
THE CRY OF MILLIONS!
OH. THY BKCKt ,
TO IT NOW,
OON IT Willie TOO LATt.
I hrt hwj trmiblnl oisbv nan whk
dlarut of lh kiducn uj bit triad
mnj aincreni rctaeaica ana uvt
(lit aid rVutn dlOtniit phjraldaat
IlKuut rtllrt Aboutlhaijtho AprU
I was auftrrlnj from a very riolcat
attack Ikal almoat proat rated s la
inch a manner mat 1 waj beat onr.
Wfcta I aat down it waa almoat Impoaalblt for m
to et up aluna, or I put on my clolkra, wkaa
kind ProvldriK arnt Ir. Htnlry, wltk th
umun aiunni ittA, u wj
kottL I lmmtdlatrly eomneacrd
silrif th tea. It kad aa almost
iraculoua effect, aad to lha aaton-
lakmeiit of all the (uratt at Iht hotel,
tat a few days,! am kappy to state,
tkat I was a new nan. I will;
recommend the tea to til afflicted!
ta 1 aaet been.
O, A. TUPPK.
' Proprietor Occldeatal Hotel,
NO MORE BACKACHE!
J. H. ALEXANDER,
Drugs and Medicines,
BEUNA VISTA, OR.
Raving purrhased tlie ttofk of Drogt
forraerlv owned by L. W. Rohertton, I
m prepared to meet all tbe old custo
mers, and many more new ones. Fair
and courteous treatmeut to all,
Fair's Golden Female Pills.
1 tli'; ttollilnir IlkulliBm
on the markHt. AVvr
by promliieiit laillni
to relieve aupprt-anod
Don't be humbnaved.
Save Tlrnn, Hnalth,
and nionuy ;talte uo oth
er. Hunt to any aildrens,
noMre by mall mi j
colpt ot prlua, (2,00,
THE APHRO IHEOICINE COMPANY.
Western Brauchi Bu27.IOHTI.ANl, OB'
or huii uy lumicr it i.ui iie.
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE.
Oregon Pacific Railroad
T. K. tKHICI, liaoaivatt, S
Oragaa Devsloptccat Go's Stitxars.
Short Line to Oallfbraiki. 1
Freight and Fares the lowest.
HTKAMKK HA1I.INO PATKM, '
Ntramvr WIU.AMKTTK VAI.M5Y,
lva Yaiiulnsi Hw, lo, IU, Is,
lavM Han Praiiclernt lite, t, 14, 14,
Train No, I will rim TuAtdaya, Tlniradaya,
snd Maturdnya, and on intKrmedlHUi day wlisa
Train Nit. 4 will run Mundaya, Wednesdays,
and frldnys, and ou liilcriutdlat days wba
TMt AitM ?.anet Iht rlflil to than
lalllii lUtea without anllea.
i taloa in.uup.-t wltk Ilia S. P. R. V and rl
koala at CoivallU md Albany,
W, H, WRIMTKIl, C. 0. IUMIVK,
(len, r. I', Aft. 0.1). Co, Oan, f, A P, Aft.
M Motiiuntsry HU, O, P, R. n.
Han Kranelsnt, (Xirvallla,Or.
GREAT OVERLAND ROUTE
Northern Pacific R. R.
TWO FAIT TRAINI DAII.T.
MO CHAKOI Of CAM
SHORTEST UNE TO CHICAGO
AadtU aeltultaat. fkt , i ,
St Paul and Minneapolis.
ra xotTECu nemo liaton
It Ibt tall Uaa kaaalBf
raaaantw Itatoa - ' "
I ..Ml..iMt hav ltaahae.
fttllnaa Palace Sleetdai Tars,
false Plain Cara,lltla eta)
FROM rORTUSD TO THE BA6T,
Im Uut year Tlol! mil tU Qm HortV
n rciB 1. 1, u tvou loang
r.. t.rtland at I M A. U. and 1 4 t. M.
dell v arrive at Muioeaiwllt M at. faul alls
r ATI no nmtinN-Tratna leava front
ami U etireu aaliit at u as a. at. ana s p, m.
..hm i Maai Tamma. at 1 I a, aa., au 4 JO a
I., eounavtln wlili UaoiMnv'a Hia toe all
Bulnta OB I'tuiot Svumt. A. 1). CIUKI.TON,
ASM. Own I I'aaa. A(ut, No. til. flrai tl,
ffy-rxaot Co, rtm and 0 UeU,
Omalia, Kansas City, CMcagf
ST PAUL. ST. LOUS.
AND AU POINT
East, North South,
Fur furtlivr iNuHrulara Inquire of any aent
T. W. LEE,
O P. A T. A.
R. D. COOPER,
EAST AND 80UTH
SOUTHERN PACIFIC R0UTL
Iipreee Trains Usve furlland Dally,
aouta. I I North."
7111 P. M.
Lv. 1t tlxii.l Ar,
i.v. Allmn.v Ar.
Ar. Han Krsnrlwn I.v,
W f. M.
Anira tniiiia aw,. ,'tr m ,,ivw,a ...u
north nt Koa.-lniri: Rat 1'orllaiirt, Onunu city,
Wixxllitirn, Half m, A nwny, l aueant, aneiiaa, ii Br
ier, llarrliuurn. Juuollun City. Irvlu and Kit-
Roseau rg Mail, Daily.
Iave. 1 Arrlv.
Portland .... HA) A, M. tlnar-bure ,,.,lt:W r, at.
KiMlmrK ....0:'AJ a. m, I I'ortlantt ,...t:iW A. u.
Albany Local Dally (Except Bun'y)
Albany .... t oor. M.
Portland . t 00 a. at.
Portland ,..: r .
Allstny tali, a.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS.
For aoeommodatton ot Rennndlan pauensis,
attacbea to Ciprset Traina.
West Side Division.
Between Portland and Corvallis
MAIL TRAIN DAILY (Ixespt Sunday.)
Lt. Portland Ar.
Ar. Indeiieudnno Ar.
Ar. Cortallln I.e.
I N p. m.
1 :4S p. m.
UK p. m.
11:11 A. M.
At AlkanT and Corrallli oonneot with trains ol
Oregon PaolHo Railroad.
EXPRESS TRAn DAM (Except Sund'y)
Portland 4:40r. H.
Portland I:'20 A. K
TBR0U0H TICKETS TO ALL FOOTS
EAST AMD BOOTH.
4safFortl(iketa and Information reiardlni rates
mans. ata.. sail on oomoauf 't scant at ladeneji.
I. P. XOOIR8,
Asst. 0. f. AfsmAft
TIM K TAUI.B.
Iiulflemlii and Monmouth Motor Line
A. B. GRIGGS,
8. P, Irvlna, cutter. Choice neatt
cajtilMtlj oa hana. - DaeiiMki' Bjidu
a-l aaJ- r ta
mnm 1 1
HEADS THE PROCESSION WITH SUCH IIOUDAY ATTRACTIONS AS YOU HAVE SEVER BEWKENJOTED.
FALL -IN UNE AU YOU PEOPLE WHO WISH
Approprlat Sensible Gifts for Old and Young in the Greatest Variety of Fresh
: . . . i N,w Btyl, mahlnt j;hMtt of lotlow aw Cm mn4 Plfit Wftl)ft.
LOW PRICEdIfRESENTS, MEDIUM PRICED and COSTLY PRESENTS
Of Every Kind ami Dttcrtptkm, w that you mn umr lhnlrable Gift of any Grade and at any lVie ym my wM to erprnd.
Prescott & Veness,
Independence Saoi mill.
MAKUyACTVMIKI or AND DUAL. IN
FIR AND HARD WOOD, ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER
J At. A. Wtim.ia, Mangr,
PIHO-S UKMKDY 1)K CATAKIUL-ltart. Kait
to ua. Oioaneait. ltU4 ia Iromxliatev. A our 1
oarUiu. Fi Cold in tli lUwd It ha no quai.
ii ta an Ointiunnt. of whioti
to th nrwtrll. ' Frlce), M)e.
by mall, AAlra-y K. T.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
IlratCUt Turnout tor Commsrcl Travclnr. l'ricc reaaonabl and BatUCao
Uon fuarantetd. UW u a Call.
VOBTH END MAIN STREET, J. N. JONES, PBOPt.
' .1 ... i. . . J' "
liny yemr Uekela ICaat of
k, t.. reniiaaa, uiwmi
ear granlad. fall M
ntiea end Hiwal niV4
A I'KKaltNT TO Of It t UM ItlllfcK
It it with pleaiar that w aunouno to
our many patron tbat w br matl r-
mngemeut with that ide awak, illu
tratexl farm wagaiitit, th Amtrican
former, publiebed at Fort Wayne, InJ.,
and rad by nearly 200,000 farmer, by
which that grat publication will b
mailed dirvot, FREE, to th ddrai of
ny of onr lutworibtr who com In and
pay np all arrearage on tntwonption to
January 1, 1H0I and on year in adrano
from Jannary 1, 1891, and to any u
subscriber who will pay ou year in d
ne. Thi 1 grand opimrtunity to
obtain a Aratilaa farm Journal free.
Th Americiin Farmtr I a laru 16
pH journal, of national circulation,
whioh rank among tho loading agrtenl-
ttirat papnnt. J treat the qnetlion of
oouoniy in aguoiilture aud th right
and privilege of that aat body of oiti
tent -American Farmsrt -whose itidut-
try it th bail ot all material aud n
tional prosperity. It highest purpose I
lb elevation aud enoobling of Agrh
onltnr throngh the higher aud broader
ducatinn of men and women engaged in
it pursuit. Tbe rvgulnr subscription
pries of th tiifriVo Farmrr is SI per
year. Ii' 00ST8 YOU NOTHING,
From any one number, idea can be ob
tained that will be worth thrice the tub-
tori ption price to you or member of
your household, tkt tou oar it run.
Call and see nmpl copy. This otTor
bold) good untiljnnnar; 1, 1K01.
W have ditcidcd to let many of our
onatomen who wish to take the weekly
OivyomVm do o In oonjtiuotion with the
Wwrr Shir, Our ofTur is as follow: Far
th sum ot 83. M oiuth in advance we will
mail yon the Wbht Sidr from Jan. 1, '91
to Jan. 1, '112, aud alao the weekly Ore
gon ton. We cannot rake tin offer after
January 1SU1, nor have subscriptions
start .before that time, 8nv your sub
sonptiont until the 1st of Janunry.
Our olTur to subscriber of the Wkht
Bid ue yenr nnd mertcun Farmer
one year, nil for 82 should not be mis.
niidortloo.l. TIih subscription mtm date
from Jan. 1, '01 to Jan. 1, '02. All
arrearages must be paid to that time,
and must be oash in advanoe. This is a
very liberal offer, snd If yon want it
NOW tend us 92.60 and got both pnpera
np to January '92.
1H1M tJW no.pnf spy 1K 1
Oarsati, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat
ant hustneM eondncted for Modtralt Feet.
Our Olllo Is OspttHs U. S. Psltnt Ottos.
and we nan nrure patent In Ion time than thoss
remote from Washington.
Hend model, drawltift or photo., with descrip
tion. We advise, If patentable or not, free of
charge. Our fee not one till patent It aecured.
A Pamshltt, "How to Obtain Patents," with
Darnel ofactual cllenta In your Stats, county, or
town, sent free, Address,
Otstiltt Patent Ml, Wtihlngtea, 0. C
W T-T WHEELER
and Jlmutlful VlqMg oj vrnrmmg ynrwvw .
NOVELTIES, FMC'f MS,
Hoiidav DiaDlav Is worth Your Insoectlon-Please Call.
W. H. WHEELER,
1 A. VBMtm
a small nartirl 1 apiiliwl
HU1 by drueirbu or awnt
Hajuci.tiw, Warrwn. Pa.
o o o o
Vl NEW BUGGIES
Th yapille, Ik 4eblllute, wheUl
r iroiei nriaa of warn oi enuiei ei
fcMlr, rlukv or eloure la
Will Taut Pill the moat f enlal
realoraiilva ever oarer Uie eutnrlag
Try Them Fairly.
A vigaron body. nr blood, elrong
kurvea an enewrial mind will reaa.ll.
w i wrycryontB . '
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FOR BALK BT HKAI.KIIS QHNKIUIXT. I ye
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Elkins & Co.,
PEOPIISTOR3 OF TB
Hauling of all Kinds Done at
mill Feed, Oa;,UIOFirUood
t9Collectlotu Made Monthly .1
INDEPENDENCE, . ER0G0N
C Street, Independence, Or.
A. W. HOWELL, Prop.
Flrst-clsJt In every respect Special
attention given trantient cattomert. A
ample room for commercial traveler.
Mitchell & Bohannon,
I. Manufacturer of
SASH & DOORS.
SCROLL SfWlNQ AND
Mn Street, Independence, Oregon.
F. J. MORRIS, Prop,
Fine Wines, Liquors
MIXED DRINKS A SPECIALTY.
Whitaakor Brick, Independent.
City Track and Transfer Co
at POPXJLAK PRICES
This Space Reserved
J. S. Ifvias.
Do You Want to Earn
Then go to work young man or young
woman among your friends, and get them to
subscribe for the WEST SIDE. You have
fiive chances for getting a prize, and from
the list below you will see that they are worth
HOW TO DO IT.
For every New Suhscriber, paying t2 for the WEST SIDE to Jan.
1st, 1892, the person Bonding in the name and money will be credited
with one subscription. On the 22nd day of Dec., 1890, the person, or
persons haviug secured the greatest number of Kcw Subscribers will
receive the 1st prke, and the next highest the 2nd prize, etc
1st prize, A typewriter. Value
2nd " 110.00 cash.
3d " Book on Etteciuctte.
4th " Book, one of Dickeu's
5th " Book, one of Verne's works. Value il. 00.
These prizes can tie seen at the this office. These prizes are given
for NEW SUBSC1UBEB8 only, and it is possible that the highest
number of subscribers obtaiuod by auy one person might not be over
Un, hence in that case the ten subscribers will earn the first and a less
number each of the ot hers. This is just the work for the boys and girls.
A full subscription (2.00) coutits one. Half a year ($1.00) counts one '
half. Three months, or 50 cents, one-fourth. You can send in the
money and names each week until Nov. 22, 18!H), and at that time the
winners of the prizes will be announced through the columns of the
West Side. The West Side will be sent to Now Subscribers from date
ntil January. 1892, for 12.
COMMENCE WORK AT ONCE.
Any person whose name appears on our books cannot be counted
as a new subscriber. Clubs can
names will count as prize winners. For example, ten persons subscribe
for the paper, and if ten is the prize club, the 1st will be paid to them.
Remember there are five prizes. Two or three new names will
Ininst. bn anro tn sei'nro n. nrizA rf anmn Viml
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Address WEST SIDE,
-THE CHURCHILL- .
Sash, Door and Manufacturing Co
Having In full operation a Bturtovan Dry Kiln and several thousand dollars worth
machinery, we are now propniMd to nil any and all orders nr mill work. Orders solicited
from any part of the valley, which will reoolvc prompt attention. To our local customers w
wish to br) that We will have constantly on hand all tho latest designs in our trade, Frompt
attontlon well be given an A prices ns low as consistent with good work.
, -Offlco, qomer Irnd and IJlgli sUwits, Salem; P. O. box No. 85.
INDEPENDENCE FENCE WORKS.
' !""IT'r" ""'"'"'p, MGA'TES, Proprietor.
Mr. P. M. Gat ha one of the latest improved Fencing Machine
: with which he is prepared, on short notice, to manufacture a
First-Clas picket and wire fonce. This is the beat fence to be
For Farms, Residence Property, Chicken Yards and Divison
f .il; I
On C Sheet, 0pp. the City
.., in... .. t
works. Value L00.
be formed in a community, and the
Hotel, Independence, Or,