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About The Independence west side. (Independence, Or.) 18??-1891 | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1891)
THE WEST SIDE.
On Tuemtay evening hut, foreman
Pattermm nf Kagle F.nglne Co. had the
then art about forty member la tlx
company but nitty almt twelve put In
n appearance, and from the short
Um occupied tu drilling w should
Judge (hut they acted mora from a
enae of dutythau pleasure. We be
lieve that tht iiiVuiWrn tit F-agle Kn
glnt company would U willing to
KMltt th oily In housing tht hand,
engine, unit depending oo fire liipi
m It It to much h work and damage
It tu Monday night that tlto (loin
UM I HTM, MUiCUS,
FRIDAY, APRIL 84, MM.
IKI.IOHTTL RKAMSU-Th peopl
nT Knlem, ay th Hatcm MM bav
long known thai Ml Merger Grace
(iorUr iMMMnwd surpassing
tlonary power, hut they were not pre
,mnxt to fiud them to perfect and com
detcly pleasing m they proved to I
... is.mi.Uv evenltur before the larut
.ml select audience at Reed' opera lou wm robbed and Tuesday night
how Her first selection wm from W. W. Perelval' meat market received
Jame Whltwmb Wtoy, "That Old a vtolt. Entrance wm tlfteted hy
u.......iri nf Mine." Kdtowtd by "Th tearing off the wlrt eerccu In Hit buck
rual May," but then were only pre- window and crawling thrwuiih. The
....i- ..7h. illv difficult selection till wm robbed of nil It contained and
Tht AerobaUa laxtor ' I ome meat Uken. Mr. Peroivid v
. from the French, wbcrelu the ntlomeu(,?( 1 welcome to the dol
a promluent Parisian drcua down be- Ian and halve, also the meat, but to
iViim the mean of nuadtatlnf Hie plea bring hack Hie email change,
tld dvlnv n of a poor mechanic, aud for a frauk wufeaslon lie will for
1 . .. .....u., tktr H.. utov at rive and tor-net and "ct up" a nlet
her power Id the variety of xprc4oo roaet brel.W.
mi .in feeling Ttila brtnight tourth
tornw of apnlauw, m did alao Mr
IHckwlok'a IHlema," familiar to all
render of Ptokeua, but clothed m In
life by MWeHcriben Inimitable rendu
tloii. "Tht lNrtralt,M from Owen
Meredith, aleo pleadngly given,
Imt "Mr. itrown bM bit balr cut,"
rei.iwt the climax, and though It wm
the lart piece on the program the
audience lnWed on an encore, m In
her prevloua wWctloo. It la a prtdeful
fnet that intern can boast of an eloou
.i....ut in Mio Mcriber wiuat. If not
If you need a buggy or carriage call
on Goodman 4 Polity they will m11
the aame trade of buggy for 1
money than any bouw la IHilk
county. Theae vehicle were put up
eepvdally to their order and have tin-
Dro-eivent that can not Ut fouuuon
any other Hoe; call and aee for yourlf.
We defy competition,
Don't fall to attend Uit concert In
the onera houeerMday and Hatunlay
night May lt, and 2nd, m the brut of
local talent will appear In the elioni,
, wwer ourtetai dlM!,u ud aoU. Th pro-
nperlirtoany wnonw appearir w (j) ,Hnt((U th Kvttnr,.ttl
from any quarter. It can trueiy w earn
that a more enjoyableevenlng ha been
rarely ent at the opra Iwui, and
Mli Herlbcr can well be proud of her
A Capital NiHKH-Th Mni
ftr April I la decidedly the
choice uumtr yet Iwued f that old
..,.1 nomilar taurnal. The fn.ntUplei
In au excellent portrait of Abram L nMtl Hie driver on the atag awiwr
and there are three oiner nan- hefure abe wouM let mm carry
aoclety of Uilndty
Now la your chance, for the next
twenty da1 w will makeeabluet plw-
tusrapha for one dollar Jr wen
Qrt claw work la our motto, eome one
eome all. and examine our work
Montkk Bwein Utttlery eouth of Pt
OttU-e, Salem, Ore.
Muw Kie Robertnou Into blame frr
tone engraving, one of which la a full
page view of Hie magwlftoent new pa
ngr tatlu of the Pennsylvania
IWInd in Jemy tlty. In all, thli
number contain alxteeu lllurtratloiia,
and among the trading article are:
"Mill Oearlug and lt proportlon,,' by
f. IU TtampklM, M. R; "Twht Drill
Twtiiig Machine," by Hufn Andemon,
M.t-5 "What k Noel?," "Hallway
Anflldente aud their l'Teventhm," by
an etiglneerj aud several Illustration.
. i i
mall away. Henworeto aupmrt me
...t it itl.. of the Unltetl Htatc and
do hi duty a mall-carrlcr.
Quick & Hn have on baud a Urge
quantity of pure Japan buckwheat
which they will aell at alx cent Jer
pound. For(let Heukle k Walker,
Indcpeiiileiice, and at Mr.tjutck' re
Idence near Buver.
Ml Orace Horllier who will appear
In aeveral rec.tatlon at the concert,
. . . . I .i i ... l. ... r(UI In lnr lmfi.lon Of
of recent mechanical improrcnwn-. w.. ..',. . u
t.. ..rihnlil. nmrltMl atrilllV. IlcnH'iuwr ure .",
a Entitle kmrnal In tht country, May lt, and iml
i in it twentv-first year, and
ha receutly alopted th quarto ftnn,
win, M nam and a haodomc cover.
1. I. nrinlnl on IwavV lV t, and It I
engraving art of the tlnwt qharaeter,
J. L. BUwkbm bw Junt received ao
InuuenM line of trunk and valine
which ht will ell at the very loweat
Nick Tartar, of reedet, wm In town
ou hut Saturday, and I a popular
teacher In that neighborhood a
Thegeeaehave been flying In alldlrw
Uon; the weather ! aoobangable they
do not know whether to go north or
Ticket for th concert uext Friday
and Saturday can be bad at Pattvraon,
dnig store. Reserved ata Sfl cent.
II. D. Waller, the boot and ho del-
er ha void hi store to W. H Uondall,
and will, imill)ly mm leave ben. .
J. L. Htockton carrlm th finest line of
trimming In Polk county, call and
them when at Independence.
J. A. How man to the happy father'
of a girl baby horn, tost Friday and
wvlghlng about eight pound.
l)ve Oelwlck alway bM ou hand
fresh candle, Key West clgan ana
tropical fruit In season.
TheVennell 8Uter have laMy added
an attractive sign In front of their r-
taurant ou Malu street.
Meseen Damon William bav
purchased a new carriage for tneir
The weather the first of thl week
wm My weather, and th lt that of
March. " ;
Iatterou Broa. keep th lloyal Itan-
.. .t. 1 h ..I.M.O
ner cigar; ney ami iu w"
Hmoke the Ut on earth, tht Hauner
cigar, for sale by Patterson Ilroa.
An endkwa variety of gold and silver
dimming at J, h. HUakton.
Henlw- In th Presbyterian church
next Humlay morning and evening,
A No. 1 delivery wagon tor sale, en
quire of Henkle A Walker.
Vinegar aud pickle by the plul or
gallon at Henkle A i alker.
rvil.n.l examine the fine. Hue or
drwsgocxl at Htockton.
F- ltunce, of Fall City, wm In town
the ft mt of Uwweek.
When you want nice Job wotk done
bring It to this office.
Udle shoe from f I up, In an ndka
variety at Htockton.
A tine awortmetit of gardeu aced at
Patterson Bro.,ile agent for the
i ii w. lull ha returned from
Oregon ham and bacon at Henkle
While Hampton am a wery high
anmidln1 name, dat puson am not eger-
Ustlcal 'nuf ter a'puM " 8. B ," m wuu
hi1 "Our Poet," In d la Issue ob de
Wwi' ItuK, wm 'hidln' ter him. H
am now de seasou oh do year dat I1!
am lawful Urglt fer edltur. an' but
fordo fo'lmratios ob da cla ob link
wldual runnln' papers, dr would be
but lew of dent left U be aarcklu fer a
"joyoua young bride." Oh It am
only de young poela, with 'inwlon'ly an
ole wun dat hab failed In gettlu' a wife,
dat am runuln' de risk dat spring poet
am air to. Hunipwo met wld many
narrer 'scape In his younger days, an'
eban now am wery cawshous dls season
ob de veah In ollcrln' his worsMcd
..rn.lilmm to do twr !. leta'wl If
he ee a gun handy In do editor's
sankktam. D late etlltur on ue
Hina am looklu' shnri) arter de pct (?)
wlui unite de addenda worse to His
obituary notl dat was copied Inter bi
Dar'i a pow'ful site oflny grlpiie
' - 111.. I I.. .!!
ail' VailolM lllliew" prcvaiim in
Mr. Bawlelle am cd ter ti on de
gain, an' sum nope am now -
talneit that he may gt oui again.
A dance wm held In Holloway A
Waukey'a nu hall las' Friday nlte,
A fourth of July cek'bnwhun will be
held at Fall City the cumin' annaver
ery.de program ob which will be made
publlo arter de ncx' nieeiiu- oo e
Wlshln' de uu managera ob de Ww'
8tll! elry sucksess, an' promlsln' 'um
a poem soon a de season will 'kw It
ter be done wtdout rtxK.
I remain, Om Hami-hox.
Hmok Itauner cigars.
has an excelk-ut brai
TOR YOUNG FOLKS.
Admission S3 cents
for reserved seat.
Set bllla for concert, and don't fall to
be tlwre. The orchestra will nirnisn
music of high o.U r. "The Wave, of
the Danutat," 1 alon worth the price
ei?clftlly those by the half-tone pro- of a,mMon. Hecure your seals m
A department of "Household good time.
Mechanic,' profusely Illustrated, will H Veltcr Is t k m cnuduetor thl
tie a fleadlug feature of Hit next num- wwki anJ c p. n,.rry act again as
la, and will be continue.! through the g, nuwter.andiaouwtlmts) lirnndt
volume. This attractive Journal I pub- . ,,Pikwllmn. Utely Billy bM been
breaking tvart Instewl of tnlns Uiey
Mr. AusUu Bond, of Halsey, bus
hn in Polk county working In H
Interenta of the Challenge churn power,
i... n,..t wlili sratlmng suwew.
He will deliver about the first of May
V. E. WllllaiiUH of Alrlle, darkened
the (kairway of our aactum on Wed
n.Uv.wantlnii to pay hi subscription
but be wm already paid a year ahead
aud wt could not accommodate him.
Itanu-mber when In Kalem to call lu
iuImm! twice a mouth al a jenr
,i mimbersl.or tl.W tor lx month.
Hample copies, ten cent Add res th
M' fhttnuml ym Jame U'fTel 4 Co.,
publishers, 110 Liberty treel, New
New CARniAOKa-Henderson Mu
phy baa purchased an elegant barouche
of Goodman & Dmity, of which h may
well feel proud. It onst 1325, and I the
lHt of It kind to be bad. Polk county
can 11 of having more fanner with
line horse, fine buggle and pretty
.. . ..... I., tin.
daughter man ..,-,-.. ri,aura,it, now Westacolt
atate. The ranm.r o ,. " " .,-.,. , a mi ol to be ex-
r . ..- m mi nn H a rwruiv
elojiement tn - r,nII1erclal street. tf
nn to man v preiu a" -
m . . I I . i - 1UU.M1 tt trnila
nmi oi incuu " ti. l nucoeuocoix
men, however, there to no danger o rw, no - - -
iu thai mm i lit n'nitwii i w;s v" w"
Independence has so many
...i ik.n I. a host of them) toattrlb-
- ,, l f II.. Ul
uted to the clitmue oui, iu ho accepieo ine iuiv.... .
iwrcntage ha moi w fto wu . " v ohwber oi coniowr w . --
I .7 ... II -tA .,... I . ..i.i . Tr...ri... anil will
send twelve delegate.
Mr. J. M. Htaats ha purenasea m,
are all Industriou, gwsl-hearted cmn
BlTNDAY BCHOOL uuomiiu-i'"
Polk County Hunday Hchool Union will
meet In annual convention on the twen-ty-elghth
and twenty-ninth of April In
the Baptist church of Independence.
Ut the Hunday school workers of this
county turn out to enjoy this feast of
thlnmi. An Interesting program
ha been prepared and a good time may I d ,nUm,i, making that place his
be expected. Rev. Josepn n, fulure home.
preeldent of the Oregon tnte nunuay
school union, will lie present.
t ihnri-itiirh bretl hons. a son of the eel
ebrnted Altamnnt, and wfll be In Inde
pendence Thursday, Friday ami mv
unlay of each weea.
H. B. Beadle, of Bnohomlsh, Wash.,
J.J.Italy and wife, of Ikilla were
In town lat week.
H. M. line left Monday for a bcol-
uens trip to Portland.
Ml Aggl Wlmuill to teaching
school at Parker station.
v v. VtL of McCoy, wm In town
for a few hour Haturday.
' Mis I-ottle Hedge wm vIsltlngMnds
st McMlnnvllle last week.
Mr. J. Hcaulan, of thl city, k'ft tor
Houth Dakota last Monday.
Mr. and Mr. J. R. Cooper brought
their son, Pearl, home Tueeday.
Mis Ilorence Alexander returned to
tmiool al wcaiinnvme mw
m J. P. Morris wm visiting her
mother In McMlnnvllle la'it Hunday
i.unk Iliirch. now of Portland was
visiting familiar nvnc here thl week,
Mrs. Belle IUs, left on Baturdav fiw
prtl.,.l wlinre h!i will reside In
I.. C. Hlsemore. who Is attending
school at Portland, Is visiting ai un
Mrs. Ida Vaughr, of Portland, Is
visiting at the residence of J. H.
Mrs. A. K. Ioiiard mother of C. W.
Leonard, left on Tuesday' train for
Htato Tnfuiurcr, Phil. Metehan was
In town last Monday, the guest of
Miss Blanch Ground, of Monmouth,
to assisting Mm. A. M. Hurley, in her
I. Ball, who Iim been very sick with
th grippe, I gradually getting la tter.
Mrs. Kenneth Campbell wm gored
bv an enraged cow Monday, April !,
but wm not aerliAisly hurt, although
Heveral parties from are been buy
tug potatoes near Amity, paying from
twenty-five to thirty-five cent.
The inetwl. stilt hold a tight grip on
this place. Hie faiulllea of J. Iteniis,
K. Campbell, G. W. Clark and K. A.
WelMter now have them.
The brldgt carjienter Iks mvived a
ten days' lay off for leaving hi band
car on the main track while the gang
was gone to dluiier one day last week.
J. K. Vauhorn lias gone up Into
Washington, and T. H. Wilcox I Isa k
home on a visit frm Portland, where
he lias been tor smue time.
J, It. Kdward has enwned up a stock
of groceries and notion in the, corner
building here. Mr. Kdward is a genial
gentleman, and we wish him imew In
his new venture.
Mr. Clartosa Chapman, wife of K. H.
Chapman, of this place, died Friday
morning of the grippe. Hhe wm badly
liilured In a cyclone In Nebraska seveu !
year go, and bail never fully reeov
eretl her health. 11 fall she was
taken down with the grippe and grad
ually kept getting weaker until her
death took place. The funeral service
were held In the M. K. church at this
place hy Rev. Roork, after which the
remain were taken to their tost resting
place and Interred In the Ballston cem
nwr t Queetlen.
lAasweiwtf by MM IM Ktwrt.ti( inrt.
af quMtliiim Isst Imo.
t. Found In First Haiuiiil,liiilichni-
ter and 7th verse.
t-Fotind In Job, lUtli eliapler and
..-Found In ProverU, 22th chapter
ami !BHh verse. ' , ,
.-Foiind In Proverli, 27tli chapter
and 2nd verse; tittertnl by Holonioii,
5,-Fuund lu Genesises, Dili chapter
and 6th verse; uttered l.y Ui.
fl.-Fouud In Corinthian, W chapter
and 83 verse; uttered by the Apostle
7,-Found lu Acta, 2"Hi chapter aud
and STith verm-; uttcnsl by Ind Jesua.
8.-Fwind In Ht. John, 11th chapter
and 14'tth verse. "Jesus wept;" the
shortest verse In th bible; nred by
We mnltteil to mention last week
i l,t the (iitestloiis of the previous week
.... mil.... V..I.I.. IH.L
were answereii iy aiis -.
Mh la now on our mailing IWfortbe
WW Hnl!,lx months.
Bov aud alrto let us hear from you
If vnu eannot answer the questions
write to ii and tell us how you like the
place whew you IWe, or your school, or
your friend. We would le pleased to
hear from you. If ''" cannot write,
then print your letters; we win gei
them In the paper, all right.
I.-When did Oregon liecoma a state?
l.-()lve the lwuudaricsof Polk coun
ty III lttta, and name the County seat.
8.What holiday come on My ,
4.-Iflhe dlstauce frtsn Independ
ence 10 Portland to seveiitylx mile",
and the steel rails on the Southern Pa
cific railroad weigh flfty-elx pHimto
...,-h to the yard, and cortlald down,
I'd ner ton; what Is the cost of the rails
from Independence to Portland?
6, --What I th difference bet w ecu
note end aud a draft?
fl.-Name the height of lite nigiiesi
snow prek lu Oregim.
7,-C.nslibrlng the following Hem
as paid for In cash, what does It exist to
raise a bushel of wheat ami place u in
the warehouse? IIciuIkc the following:
plowing, per acre, harrowing, sowing,
seed, harvesting, threshing, aacaing
uml l..llvt.rinirand ititcrwt on land.
lalnke the yield average thirty bushel
to the acre. It all our reader answer
this question ami answers wilt I
8,-ilveslx good reason why you
like Polk couuty, and why othen
should like It.
8- I'olk county bus an area of 015
square mlkt. If It average 27 pe
sous to the square mile, a some eastern
slat.- average, what would the popula
10.-1 f wheat Is quoted In Portland at
tMTJ per cental, how much to that a
J. F. O'Donnell
UM Jimt m-elvcd tlifl OXLY
CA11-L0A1) of Jingglc illrwt
from the Manufacturer, without
being bought tliroiigh Portland
House. Therefore, I can dell
6) IIKITI'-K UKAIM5 for LI'iW
money tlnin my romiH'tltor.
-Tlio Only Complcle-
Sleds - of -
In Polk County.
- - v i.' J""1
stTK Ali Kindt of
(" ware mace
f 0d. i
1 In town. He bM purchased five millinery store,
acre of fruit bind near Independence,
A nvone wauling a Mitchell wagon
a Canton clipper plow, or a Canton trl-
William Icke, a cousin of A. H.
Locke, of thl city, was visiting here
the fore part of the week.
Mis Eva Locke left on Saturday tor
Endleotte, Idaho where she will make
WiTRiRiHEf The friends of Mr. Ben
jamin Church, who reside near Mon
mouth, surprised him at hi home on
Saturday eveulng, April 4, by coming
In upon him at an hour when country
people are about ready to retire for the
night It wm the anniversary of hto
thirty-ninth birthday. ' After partaking
of a lunch and spending several hour
in pleasant conversation, the "surprls
cra" left for their respective home.
iMlTtOVKMENTS. Mr. E. C. Pent
land bM a force of men at work erect
lug a wooden building adjoining thl
office. One side of it to already rented
for a lunch counter, while the other is
to be an office tor a lawyer, or doctor
and If not rented at oneo will be oc
cupied by Mr. Pontland tor the present.
h will also we understand soon turn
.i ,i..,iii.,. hnnan. which to In the
aame lot to face B street,
Watrb Wokks The seventy-five
horse-power boiler for the water work
arrived last Thursday. Mr. Gllmore
has ordered necessary piping for laying
in on all principal street of town.
He I very anxlou tor an expression
from the Insurance companies regno
Ing a rating of the town.
nvT Papkh-Weioht Mr. L. C
Gllmore was showing hto friends this
WfWkC ft. hettiitlful specimen of onyx
rVi.m Wimlilnifton which a friend of hto
in McMlnnvllle had dressed and po1'
tolled, and which to to be used as a paper
weight. Mr. Gllmore prize the gift
Unifokmkd-K. A. Patterson, con
ductor on tho motor line, ha doned a
new uniform, consisting of a blue coat
and cap. The gold button and the
irold braid and all tho glitter of a cav.
alrv officer doe not make F. A. forget
to collect the fie vcent fares.
evelo plow can be satisfactorily flthnl hcr HHt,.r an extended visit.
out by cnlltig on H. H. Smith, mm hm Davidson, of Buena Vista,
u, .ml Mrs. J. E. Klrkland have
returned to Newport, and since K W.
Cooper, Mr. Klrkland' partner Is In
i viif.iroto Rllev Cooper has Is-cn keep-
Bavl Where did you get that watch?
I bought. it, of Patter-
now attending business college at Port
land, Is visiting friend here.
H. II. Jasiierson came lu and bade
us a good bye as he left tor Nebraska
on Monday, to bo gone several weeks.
On last Haturday a grange was or
ganised at this place of thirty-two
members, and th following officer
were elected: Master, B. W. Jackson;
overseer, F. lu Brown; Stewart, John
Harrto; assistant Stewart, W. M. Quick;
gatekeeper, B. Harris; treasurer, A.
Fleeklngen lecturer, F. Bowers; aec,
Nellie Harris; chaplain, I). O. Quick;
Pomona, Mr. F. L. Brown; Cere, Mis.
M. D. Amiand; Flora, Ml Anile
Quick; assistant stcwarde, Mr. J.
Mrs. B. N. Thorp Is slowly Improv
ing. W. T. Oautborn has been In Portland
the pmt week ou business.
I). Cade, our postmaster, was In In
dcHndence on Tuesday.
Cha. Thorp ha had the measles.
Mis Dora Hubbard and mother weer
In Independent ou Saturday.
Ruv. Site lithe Evangelical nun
later at this place.
Rev. Homer, of your .city, preached
here last Sunday.
An Itinerant photographer passing
by a few days ago was so Impressed
with our public school that he stopped
and made a negative or It.
The whooping rough Is In the public
Quite a crowd wm intending to see
son Bros, and on the cnsUilimeni puro- balloon ascension at inuepenuenvr,
,w imuiiie to own a watch that nt,xt Hunday but tho time has beeu
-i .,i tn u.ilnnlnv anil nmnv ciinnot
Mrs K; N.J. Clark, wife of one oi gw away iram uu...
the manager of this paper, Is quite a game of base ball between jmhm
Risk and Mr. Clark went to Portland nmi Monmouth last Saturday resulted
In a tie coid,-83 w tw.
The material to on the ground for
on Wednesday to be with her.
t v fi'TViiniell calls special atten
I . J, t v
Hon tn hto new stock of sporting goods,
,n-totltiff of sruns. revolvers, fishing
tackle, split bamboo rotis, c.
v w rioer. now of Newport, has
been spending several moiiins in v,ue
ifornla for his neann
this week to Newport.
nn,inrf. now living In Port
land, was lu town this weok on
nes. He note tne appin
perlty of the town.
w rvrintiiMill bus secured J. H
Chrlstlan church, and soon will be for
a Presbytcrrlan church here. Both
will be fine buildings.
Work has commenced on the post
office building on Court street.
A trust has been formed at Dallas In
the livery business and prices have been
Increased fifty per cent. It cost 700.
a passenger to the station at Derry
when former price was 50c. for five
When President Harrison visits
DollMwe are going to show him our
Pahkkiw On. Apr. 22, 101.
The geutle rain baa come again to
gladden tho hearts of tho farmers.
Our school Is progressing nicely under
the able management of Miss Aggie
W1...11111 Twentv-two scholar en
T. M. Calbreath to having some
grubbing done by white labor; China
men are getting to high toued to do
that kind of work.
inula MnCurdv whose life was din-
paired of to now fast recovering utidcr
the skillful treatment of Dr's. Kctclmm
Louis Holmlck to again able to be out
after being laid up two weeks with the
la grippe. G. C. Bolter children are
all down with the same tllMCitse.
The committee aptwlnled by the Polk
council. Patrons of
If tiahamtrv. to locate the annual coun
ty grange picnic for tla' year 11, have
located the aame at Dixie, to tie held
on Irltlay and Haturday, tho fifth and
sixth day of June, commencing on
Frldsv. at ten o'clock a.m.
Brother J. C. White, master of Oak
Grove grange, was elected president of
the day, antl will deliver the auirew 01
Brother II. C. MeTlnimond will read
Hie declarut Ion of purjioscs.
Each arnnite In the county will 1
expected to furnish at least four short
sxerhe or casay for the occasion, a
pivgnuu for which will ic mane 0111 in
due lime for all purimse.
Noted grunge sHitkcrs of Oregon,
Washington and California will be In
vited aud are expected to be present to
assist and give Interest to the proceed
Marshals of the day are: Jame
Dvmpsey, of Dallas grange; Henry
Btaata, of Mono grange; P. W. Haley,
of Ouk View irrange.
There will be present a brusa band to
cnllveu things generally; also an organ
to accompany vocal grange songs, etc.
Stands with refreshment and other
notions will be allowed by the commit
tee of arrangements, but no Intoxicate
inn- llouor of any kind will bo allowed
under any circumstances. A charge of
$5,(10 for each stand will be made tor
the purpose of paying the brass oanti
tor their service. Those wishing to
put up stand will apply to the com
mittee of arrangement.
Me. M. Dodhon, i n.
J. J. Buovvn,
0. 11. Cl.OlFKI,TKH
Au.us Rod Kim,
H. D. Staath,
J. D. SKWAltP,
Committee of arrangement.
DnllM I. A I Co. to Ellen M. NIchoK
kd In Dnllns; $71.
DallaL&ICo. to Albert E. Nich
ols, lot In Dallu; "'.
J.J. Wiseman to Hale Backensto,
lots In Dallas;
A. F. Washburnc aud wife to N. O.
GIlMon, lots In Independence;
Tolk Co. Unl Co. to F.A.Patterson,
laud lu Monmouth;
C. I. Savage to John Walling, lot in
A. E. Watann aud wife to Charle
Hanage, land near Zena; fOW.
D. Outline aud wife to Carey I). Em-
brec, land inCtpcr Hollow; .
CJ. H. Watin and wife to M. J. Mc
pherson, half Interest land near Balto
J. S. Cooper and wife to H. Hlrsch- j
berg, lot In Indondence; fltHW.
C. G. Ftoher and wife to W. C. Hem-;
bree, Innd near Monmouth; liooo.
Ida A Vaughn to W. A.VauXort-
Ick, lot in Independence;
W. A. Van Nortwlck and wife to II.
Hlrsehburg, lot lu Independent; $800.
L. N. Baldwin to Jo. Ztmncrman,
land near Lincoln; $W.
C. W. Robertson and wife to E. II.
and M. A. Jackson, laml near aub;
Geo. Wheeler to Oliver Washburnc,
lot In Independence; $1.
Asa Shrevo and wife to Carrie S.
Wiseman, lot In Dallas; $1.
G. A. R. MeUrowto Phcls? MeGrew,
lots In Perrydalc; $1.
J. W. Bean and wife to C. I. Helm,
land west of Dallas; ('MM.
W. C. Belfarlh and wife to F. O.
Week, bind near Dallas; $5.
J. D. IRVINE
INDKPKMDKMCK. - OR.
Ryno, a practical plumber and tlnncr extensive prune orchard which In
. r..i....4 nbi in recommentieu w
Ol I VI H"UI " " j.
be one of the best.
number Henkle A Walkor when
Kn trl nor voiir groceries, provisions etc
Mthev'cnrrya full lino and sell cheap
a the encapesi,
nimmi A. Doutv are the only deal-
era in Polk County, that have ever sold
vehicle that were
not handled by
few years will return us thousands or
Sugar beotwscds are being distributed
here among our farmer.
Mrs. W, L Wells attended a golden
wedding at Halsey on wetinesuay
County warrants up to last July are
being collected by Treasurer Turner,
Hoffinan & Bate have entered suit
Those dainty .tilt of Jersey cloth at agaln.e Polk and Marion county Jointly
Xa Vanduyn'. store, and tennl. to
Now to the scwon when former must
deckle upon the seeds to plant In the
nsrden. Early anrt ilosirawe varieties
should be selected, and the following
arewddtobe standard: Among beets
we have the Egyptian which mature
at least five day ahead of any other
verloty; In cabbages, the Earlv Sum
mer; In cauliflower, the Snowball; In
celery, the golden dwarf; In lettuce,
the black seeded Sampson and the
wi.tia Hnmmnr Cubbnuo lettuce; in
, , uiw ' "
muskmelons, tho hakensnck; In peas
the amcrlcan wonder, and Dim
O'Rowke; In potatoes, beauty of Heb
ron and Burbanks: In radtobes, the
round dark red. and tlio white llped
turulp; In spinach, the savoy and
the new thlok-ieavea; iu uul;"i
, A Balloon Ascension.
. SnttirdnV afternoon at 2 o'clock
Frank Carter of Chicago recently of
Portland, will make a balloon ascension
nour S P. depot. Mr. Carter has made
hundreds of ascents aud so fur to still
allv. Ho rtoes with his balloon to an
altitude of from 8000 to 5000 feet, and
nn omi. iiiniHi-lf lnnse and with tht!
nld of a ramehiito drop to tho ground,
Mr Carter informs us that It would be
risking life todrop when less than 3000
feet high as many times the parachute
does not open tor a distance or mm ice
Should the parachute full to open "I
coin-no It, means Instant, death. ,
A hushul of scraps of paper will bV
released nt a short distance above the
earth, antl Mr. Carter guarantees that
he will reach tho earth before tne paper
does. Everybody should eo the , bal
. , "
TO MY CUSTOMERS:
Youivill fuid my store stocked with the best class
of Groceries and Canned Goods, and my prices arc, as
they have always heen, Vie lowest
. I keep on hand Early Vegetable from California,
land also home-grown vegetable!.
I xiy the highest prices for produce
My Crockery department is f idly stocked, and lam
offering some bargains in Glass-ware-
My Cigar and ToIkwco deparfm-eni embraces only
the Best Brands.
Come and sec IRVWE, The Gi-ocer
WALKER To the wife of Mr. Walk
er, living on railroad street, Saturday,
April 18, a girl.
KTTT.TEIt-To the wife of R. A. Fuller,
Mondav. April 20, a girl. cigni
cbht pounds., '
THE PIONEER STORE!
Has just received an Flegant Line of
In all the New Styles and Patterns, and are now ready for the
" - .''."'spring trade. These goods are direct from
TvmirtKLLLANTZ April 17th, C.
Durrell to Barbara B. Lnutt, ootn 01
Buena Vista, C. W.Bmlth ofiiclating.
PATTERSON At Illllsboro, Monday
April 20, L. Patterson, brother or a,
A. Patterson, of this city.
SAN . FRANCISCO
' . . I u..i... i..i,t w.l.,h will he tried at Wn nrnllflo little (rem
lummer weor attracui uiuies ou B.u. ;win
iu it.., Inrm nf cniirr,. PSCBK"". ;
py ine scii. -
Lust Monday a Chlnnmnn working
tor James Nesmlth wtw sent to Eola
with tho team, which ran away and
threw the Chinaman on tho rocks
breaking several of his ribs and other-
wise Injuring hlni. .
E. T. Gwln, living near hero, re
turned from a trip East on Thursday.
Mrs. A. r. Klrkland, of Tacoma, to
visiting the Nesmltha. .
Mrs. Whlteukcr and Mrs. Scott or
organized a W. 0. T. U. bore last Mon
Mr. Frank Carter tho balloonist drop
ped lu this ofllcc ou Wednesday aud
wo were much Interested In listening
to hto experiences In ballooning. He
and Prof. Redmond,(who was killed
tout smmcr at Snohomish while mak
ing nn ascensIon)started to ballooning
about the same time In tho East. He
related how ho spent seventeen hours
in a balloon in Illinois, someitmes bi
an altitudo of 13,000 feet, nnci passott
ouv cities so far below as to look like a
more speck, and hundreds of miles
were passed over. It was during June
and vot at that altitude It was so cold
as to cause suffering and so rare was
the atmosphere that blood oor.ed from
his fluircrs. eyelids and ears. Mr.
Carter says bo feels uo fear in maning
. noMiiinion. ultboueh ho has had
several narrow escapes.
Our Clothing is Immense.
Our Hats are Complete.
Our Shoes are First-class.
Our Facilities lor doing Business are Unequaled in
County. Good Quality and Fair Price is onr Motto,
welcome One and All.
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