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THE WEST SIDE.
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cum i QHTOti, urnmt
KUllUY, MAY SSJ, lU.
HisTUso rtm Nkw A irrwt nrnnj
pooni ihluk iiwnpntr KlumKI Irnvt
nbout a pago of looal now wlullnr
HtiyUiluK liHHim or not. iVImloil
mortal! IH'ul milium cn not, nmk
pooplo brvnk tholr iHvk, commit mil-
cMo or do Hny of the ottior cxcIiIhk
tliHiK tlmt go to make up tho nmtcrlul
out of which the local reporter Mlsht
to wcuv jwrnnrHiih. FurnUhliir 'lo-
nittlc now when there Is uono I vcrv
nuirh llkKtrm'tliir blood from tur
nip. It l no mora tlmn fnlr hut Ilium
who grumlito t the lack of .local uvw
lu their paper nhouht top mul think
whether they could not glvt? the Uloi
u Item or two worth prlntloir; mul, li
no, let them hold their peace or ftrowl
at their own remlwme.
r.VAMikl.H'AI. CoNr'KHKME. Tlltf
an mint notation of the Oregon cou
foroiioe of tho Evangelical h-wk IhUoii,
held at Spokane, under the ptvwldcnc
of Itkhop J, J, Kaucr, of Chicago,
ahowed the work of tho church lu a
proprou coudltlou, and was one ol
unusual Interest. The Mwlon Mmlt
two delegate to the general etiuferenti
of tho euurch and put the largest nitm
tier of mhilrtcr Into the Held lu tin
hiMory of the church. The cllumx
was reached on Sunday evening, when
Jl.tttiS, inlxaiouary money, wa mlaetl It
rtunimrallvely short time. Nov. A. K
Copley tuctveda Itev. N. Htiupp at thl
place. Ho will preach lu the Evangel
ical church of this city next Sunday at
11 n. m. ami 7:V p. m.
JvxiJTicsie, At meeting at thi
opera house Wednesday evening It wa
decided to hold a two days' picnic at
IudeHndeuce, Friday and Saturday,
June Vi and 1:1, An executive rum
mlttee of Ave w as appoluted, couftiailo,
of F. laaity, F. J. MurrU, V. V. IVrci
val, W. 11. Wheeler and K. H. J.
('lurk. A meeting was held on Tluirs-
day and Homo of the details decided
uron hy tho committee. It Is polti
that ouc of the features of the plonk
will bo entirely new in this county.
lUclug will toke pliice after 3 o'clock
each day. Further yrtl-iiltir will la
Cokvau.is Extension. E. P. lt)g
ers, pawKtugcr and falglil agent of tin
K 1. railroad at Portland, was In towti
for a few hours Inst Tuesday, In n
versatlon with host tlilwon he ex
prvswd bla belief that tho Corvullis
Junctlou railroad would be completed
this summer. Olllclals in a high po
aitiou as Mr. ltogers do not give si
opinion without sume basis for tuppor.
of the fact. M r. Kuhter also has said
that the mad w 111 be built; so now lei
us live In hopes, If we die In despair,
fur we will yet be ou a through line lu
stead of simply a branch.
day, May 2Sth, at 10 o'clock a. m,, Mr.
II. I) Slant, administrator of the estate
of Isiuio Zumwalt, deceased, will sell at
public auction to the highest bidder the
following projwrty belonging to the
estate! Four cows, three two-year-old
stcew, two yearling heifers, six head ol
hugs, a fanning mill, a pair of largt
scales, a two-horse wagon and otluu
farm Implements. Mr. D. C. Swnnn
will lie the auctioneer.
rcui,ic MEETtNou. M. V. ltork,
county organizer of Fanners' Alliances,
w ill s ak as follows: IJallston, May
ftlth; McCoy, May 20th; Uiekrcall, May
27th; Independence, .May 2Hth; Suver,
MayStlthr Lewlsvllle, May 301 h; Fails
City, June 1st; Dallas, June 2nd; Halt
Creek, June Srd; Zona, Jmie Ith. Time
2w0p in., except at Falls City and
Itallston, 7:30. He will organize al
liances wherever desired.
Steam Stkeet Gbadek. This wick
Mr. L. Damon has had his road grading
machine at work ou Monuloulh sta-ct,
profiled by atonm. His road macliliu
consists of a plow about seven feet wide,
which Is hung under four wheels, and
Is Inclined, or lowered and raised b)
means of screws. The work ou Mon
mouth street was too heavy for teanif
so steam was used, and with sutlsf'ic
Annual Picnic. Saturday, May
30, the teachers' picnic of Folk county
will be held at Dixie, andjudglug from
the extensive program of both literary
exercises and games, thoso who attend
will have a very enjoyable time. Prof.
Mulkey will deliver the opening ad
dress, lies. dents of Monmouth and
Airlle can catch the morning freight at
Independence and got at Alrllc at 8;U0
PKiwoxAL.--Tf friends of tills paper
would drop a onto In the pontoflle-e giv
ing us names of friends visiting, length
of Htny, etc., also Items such as births,
deaths, marriage, It would very ma
terially axslst In making our paper
readable. We unintentionally omit
many good Items because we are not
told ubout them.
Commencement Week. Class tree
dedication tukes place on Monday.
The students' reunion takes place Mon
day evening, June 22, The exercises
of the societies Tuesday evening, June
23, and the graduating exercises Wed
nesday, June 24, and the alumni re
union Wednesday evening.- It is yet
too early to give any Idea of the pro
gram of exercises.
No Delivery. Messrs Damon &
Hubbard announces that from date
they will not run tho delivery wagon
between the hours of 11 a. m. and 2 p.
m. on account of having to carry mall
and express to and from the tralns.B l it
Seeing is Believing If you don't
think the "Pacific" will do all that Is
claimed for It, top and see It operate.
Georgia Heed's eouinany, at the onera
.House, are drawing, ewwdod .house
file admission price It low and the per
formance as gnod aa, If uot better than
me uiiuoruy or ine llign-pnceil troupes.
Our people aw enjoying a rare treat.
There are several artists In the com
pany, and the way All Reed has her
dogs trained Is worth thrice over the
price of admission, to say nothing
about the balance of tho program,
CVwhr, tirant's Pass, Or., April ffil,
An Impression seem to pervade the
public mind that Oregon will lie the
oeneofthe next great boom. That
Oallfumla saw her "boom" and Wash-
mglon has seen hers, and that Oregou
comes next. Let us how that such Is
.he case. If Oregon as a state Is tu
Boom what think you of the chances ol
Polk county? Aud if Polk county
iKm what think you of tmlcpcndcuccY
Iheseare pertinent tiesl Ions Just now,
jjuI should Interest us all.
IV) uot forget that ou Sid unlay mom
lug an excursion boat leave Indcpen
deuce at T o'clock, and that the ladles
if the Evangelical church will du their
utmost to Insure a pleasant day, Itu
freshmen ta will he served on btsird the
ooat, and uM)u the return the boat
Alii stop one hour each at Corvullis aud
Allatuy. The fare for the nmnd trip
111 lie only $1, aud tickets had best be
Governor IVnnoyer Inui aiHilnted
.he following Hmon as a Hoard of Ko
nts for the ilonmouth Statu Normal
hotd: J. H. V. Hutler, Polk; P.
ilaley, Polk; J, C White, Polk; J.J.
tly, Polk; lk'ujatnlu Schotleld, Wash
.ugtuu; AUrvd Lacy, Clackamas; W".
tl. Holmes, Marlon; Jacob Yoorhees,
Marlon; A. Noltuer, Multuomah.
The city council should be strict and
iiave uot only repairs made but new
sidewalk built Ilk many places. Tiki
much patching has heen allowed.
Uur walks are lu a dangerous condition,
iml as the oily must sty the damages
the council should enforce the ordi
The new linn of Patterson Hros. Is n
large dealer in watches, clock and Jew-
Try. They have received a dainty Hue
,)f ladies' watches lu sllvvr and gold.
Lady st'htail tinchers should consult
ihem, as they oiler extra Inducement.
Georgia Heed's Comedians, at the
HH'ra house, are drawing crowded
luaises. Owing to the small atlmlssiou
i ml the cndltable entertainment many
ittend who otherwise would not,
iledfonl, Or., Mail, April ltl, lStl.
Mr. J. M. Staats, who raised and 1
he present owner of Jay M., a thor-iiigh-bn-d
horse, a son of the celebrated
tltamout, wdl be In Independence
Cltursday, Friday and Saturday of each
Hememlxr w hen In Salem to call lu
it Strong's restaurant, now Weslaeoti
t Irwin, and get a meal uot tola) ex-
jelled on the Paclno coast for 25 cents,
t 271 Commercial st wet. tf
MN Maude Hyde, of the Normal
school, Is quite sick at Salem, caused
by the coloring l:i her stocking iHuaon
hig her fisit, which had Ist'ii badly
blistered from walking.
Mr. Gilmore will soon receive his
ine-half million gallon pump He has
.lugaslx-fiKitwell, audi down only
.Mt feel ami cannot pump out the water,
the supply Is so gn-at,
Georgia Iteed'a Comedians were at
Glrard's os'ra house, Monday evening.
It Is a populai show and draws big
hou. Vullr) t!rnnl, Ashland, Or.,
April 2. MH.
There was an excursion of .li is rsons
f Corvallis from Parker's on Sunday,
fliey bad a basket dinner and a picture
manipulator, and everything went
C. J. Messer, of Portland, was In town
last Wednesday In the Interest of tho
Portland JSeenlng Tdryntm. lie re
ports flattering success wherever lie
W. W. Lines' truck team Iwcame
frightened last Wednesday, and started
Into a lively run. Fortunately they
were stopped before doing any damage.
(ieorgia Heed's Comedians have been
Irawing crowded house at Galnard's
opera house, giving gissl satisfaction.
Ashland, Or., Tklinjjn, April , 181)1.
Hev. N. Shujip left for Portland yes
terday (Thursday) to commence Ids
pastorul work ou his new charge. His
family will remain here.
The Jury gave a verdict of WO dam
ages and reinstatement to the Normal
hool to It. Merchant vs. Trustees
"Where tire you going, my pretty
maid?" "To see Georgia Hoed'a Come
dians," Is all she said. Admission, 25
aud 35 cents.
A social farewell party was given
Mrs. U. M. Estcs Monduy night, at
which her Intimate friends only were
lu ut tendance.
Those dainty sullsof Jersey cloth at
Shelley A Vanduyn's store, and tennis
cloth for summer wear attracts ladles
by the score.
There will Is) an athletic entertain
ment at Dixie after the picnic on May
3(1, under the direction of the O, S. N. S.
Athletes. 5 20
Orders for slab wood can lie left at
Damon A Hubbard's. All orders
must Ik: accompanied with cbhIi, 5 8 tf
Rev. K. D. Homer of tho M. E.
church will preach In the Methodist
church South next Sunday mornlug.
A brother-in-law of Mr. L. C. Gil
more will arrive here to make his home
about the middle of next month.
Mr. and Mm. J. C. La Rannleur ex
pect sixm to leave this city for a per
manent residence In California.
Isaac Simpson, of Lewlsvllle, has a
fine ten home power threshing traction
engine on the liver bank here.
The wife and son of ex-Congressman
Luttrcll, of California, are guests of
F. A. Puttcrsou, of this city.
Georgia Heed's Comcdluns are play
ing here to large houses. Hoseburg,
Or., llevlav, April 80, wui'.
Messrs. Wester and Wann, two of
Hullston's most substantial farmers,
were in town this week.
Dave Oelwlck always has on hand
fresh caudles, Key West cigars mid
tropical fruits In season.
7 " "'
Dr, J, M. Crowley, a graduate of
St, Loulg medical college, Is practicing
medicine nt Monmouth,
Mrs. J. H. Collins, of this city, I visit
ing in Portland wUlla Mr. Colli us-Is on
the United State Jury,
Tho Normal school ease at Dallas at
tracted cmwds of curious person who
delight In scandal.
J. aud Lew Hlttner, of King's Valley,
were lu town trading this week and
E. E. Krengle, the blacksmith, re
turned Tuesday last from a business
trip to lVrtland, i
W, A. Wcngciinth' new house lu
Hill's addition Is rapidly approaching
D Martin, L. Hash and Mrs. Kclbcr
are erecting buildings lu Monmouth at
Thomas Tet hem w I building a fine
residence Just west of the Monmouth
bridge. " ,
Ou the fifth ami sixth of June the
Orange picnic will ho held at Dixie.
Miss Nettle Collin and sister, of
Bethel, were In town lust Saturday.
J. S, Cooper wa at Corvullis, Albany
ami Newport ou buslues (Ids week.
Mrs. Nelliim, a former student at
Monmouth, Is visiting Mm, Martin,
Mr. K Thompson, of Albany, was (a
town on buslues last Wednesday.
The Mon mouth brass baud w ill ac
company the excursion Saturday,
Miss Alice Williams left ou Tuesday
for a few day' itay In Portland.
Mrs. F. Humn, of Hoseburg, la visit
ing at the home of J. D. Irvine,
Mrs. Jurd Morrlii left on Tuesday to
In her IiusIhiihI In Portland.
The main of the water work are
exs-ctcd to arrive this week.
Skinner it Wilson lilp(sd 130 barrels
of Hour to Astoria Thursday.
J. C. White and wife, of Crowley,
were lu town last Tuesday.
A 40,0(10 shingle mill Is under con
st ruction at Fulls City.
The road bed of the motor line is get
ting to lie very rough.
This Is the kite season, and the hoy
are In their element, i
Mrs. Dr. Locke, uf Hueiia Vista, was
In town on Tuesday,
li. M, Kate and family left for Port
land last Tuesday.
N J. Jones Is building an addition to
hi livery stable.
The nice track Is Ising put In excel
Mrs. J. Hohamion Is vWtlng friends
D. W. Sear, of McCoy, was In town
There Will I a wedding next Sun
day. Monmouth street I being gruded.
'Through kindness of County Clerk
Coed we are able to publish dtaptsdtloii
at cases at last term of court, not pre
State v Hollowell A IVak;dlmlitted.
State v E llunce; acquitted.
. Merchant v Normal trustees; verdict
for plaint ill' slid "i() damages.
L O Kliusey vs J Hausun; decree for
Fen ton A Toner vs C MoDc vitt; dis
missed. Jennie licit vsj S Cooper; continued,
referred to N L Butler to report law
Jennie Belt v D J Whlteaker; con
tinued, referred lo N L Butler to report
law and facts.
M A Dice v Geo E and M K Macau
W H E Co v Wui Jones; Judgment
for plaintiff, $170.83.
J Hedgpelh vs Win Kelloy; Judg
ment for plalutlll'.
Julia Allen vs J Allen; divorce
F Butler vs S T Scott ot al; decree.
Mm M EShow vs M M Ellis; con
Untied. Crldcr Bros vs A J Murtln and Mary
F Martin; dismissed.
H Fowie vsT House; continued, re
ferred to C G Coad.
Alice Miller vsG H Miller; divorce.
A L Shreve v Ellle Shrove; divorce.
Hotrmaii A' Hates vs Polk county;
Judgment for defendant on demurrer.
J M Me Fee v M L .VlcFee; continued
Electra Hughes v 11 C Waymlre;
Geo Howell fl'e vs J Emmons; jury
N Slielton vs J L Shcltnn; continued.
Phabe McOrew vs J M Wise; J M
Wlsouppolnted receiver bond, $2500.
T House vs II Fowie; continued.
L Bentk'y vs H Hlrsebberg; con
tinued. Assignment Win Ellis; final account
J it Dawson vs W E Daltou et al;
J ohn Brooks, who conducted a barber
sh p lu Independence hiHt winter, ptdd
too marked attention to a Mm. John
Smith near Wheatland, so won shot by
the husband last Monday, and is no ;
under urrest atMcMlnuvlile for assault,
It Is strange how such a dlsreputuble
looking man as Brooks can have charms
for the women, but such scorns to be
the case. Mrs. Smith had borne a good
reputation before meeting Brooks, who
worked for her husband on theftirm.
Following Is tho school report of
Fulls City, District No. 57, for month
commencing April 8, and ending May
Number of pupils onrolled, 22; aver
age at tendance, II); those neither absent
nor tardy, Ida and Jessie Bryant, Anna
Travis, JohnuieParry, Eddie Sohlappi,
Mattie E. Hahniiart,
, m , m " i '
Call and See Ma.
,All persons Indebted to me, on ac
count, or otherwise, are requested to
cull and settle at once as I need the
money aud must have It. It will save
(Wts. 5 14t H. D. Waller.
Mr, Paul Hlltllirand wa doing bin!
liens In Portland this week,
J,at week Mc I.. . Ciaggett whipped
35,000 feet of hardwood lumber to Port
Last week Mr. M. Scram.nl lost a
valuable horse, and Mr. Harmon lost a
Mm. Laveiin Outhouse, of La Grande,
Oregon, I visiting her sister, Mr. M,
The present outlook I a very proa-
pemii one for the farmer. All kinds
of grain are lisikhig well.
Our aclusil are pnigreselug finely
under the able management of the
Misses Shiipp and Chaplu.
Willie Steele was attending buslues
In Allwiiy Saturday, NV wonder
why Willie has so much attraction over
There seem to be a good deal uf at
tention paid by some fnlr young meu
toward the school house, but please
don't ay so to Willie.
Messr. Sam Martin and roster are
shipping a large, amount of hardwood
lumber to Portland, and their mill I
well fitted fordoing all kinds of sawing.
The long disputed read between M
L. Laughary aud J. Hums .leading to
the mill of Burn & Ashenfeter, w as
settled Friday. Till will be a great
convenience to the public.
We have been In a dormant state for
some time, hut aim lit the future lo I
more prompt lu our corresponding, and
hope to see the West Sinn Improve
under Its new managers a It did of old.
Mr. Columliu Tetherow will deliver
200 cord of oak wood in Indepen
dence thl tumuier, for the consider
at Ion of f4 per cord. Thl reminds
us that our vast oak forest are becom
A great many of our farmers are com
plaining shout hunters' trespassing ou
their land. This Is a very easy matter
to stop, friends; Just Invest a III tie in
printer's Ink and your lands w ill be
free from treiiaer.
One day last week Mr. Albert Teth
erow met with a very painful aecldeiil
which nearly proved to Im a fatal one.
He was working In Mr. Ciaggett' saw
mill, a small stick struck tho buzx saw,
and glanced striking Mr. Tetherew
over the right eye, cutting an ugly gash.
IVter Paulson has gone to Portland.
Laura Price was In Suver a few day
A. P. Wolverton Is vUltlng his breth
er, O. A. Wolverton.
B. N. Thsrp and brother have had
their house painted.
A uumlier of pcoplu say their pear
were killed by the last frost.
W. W. Collins went to Portland Mon
day, May 10, as a U. S. grand Juror.
John Yoimgblood, formerly of Suver,
but now of Kola, wa visiting friend
here last week.
Our school has recently been supplied
with wall imi"s and a glolie, at the ex
pense of nearly f.'W.
Mr. H. Womls. of King' Valley,
shlpiHtl eight head of work cattle to
WlultH'k, Wash., to work in a logging
Mm, Susie Bowers Is sick with pneu
monia. Her baby is quite sick with
congestion of the lungs and w hooping
Mr. Sherwood returned to her home
In McMlunvllle lust week, after a pleas
ant visit with her granddaughter, Mrs.
Miss Jennie McDaniet, of Dallas, aud
her sister, Lydla, of Corvallis, came
home Thursday on account ol their
sister Maud's sickness.
' Tall City.
De windup ob decider's fight, and dc
tlmhcrstealiti' an' hog-killlu' racket,
dat hab kep' de Falls City pot blllu' wld
tribcrlaahuu fur several months past,
kulmcruted at de court house Saturday
evo. lu de honorable shootln' ob de ac
cused. 'Fore de llnal discharge ob de
"thieves," an' "swine extermlnater,"
his 'cor, Judge Collins, promoter ob
Lde action 'gainst de defendants, so
feellu'ly an' parlhc'lcally 'dressed de
jury d.ir wusn't a wet eye In de room,
an' de defendant's liars an' de pcrse
eutln' att'y wus obercum wld einosliun
ter sl'h au extent, dat dey wacated de
court ruom wldout watlu' ter heah de
Sum parts ob do trial wus very dra
matic, sum amusin' an' sum parlhctlc,
the las' scene stoppln' obcr, a bel'oab
mentioned, wld such appeals ter de
Jury de greatest surprise at de wcrdlct,
was depicted 'poll de Impressive couif
teiianceob do perseouter, Durlii1 de
absence ob de mos' ob do mull popu
lashuii ob Falls City 'teudln' court, a
F. M. preacher made a raid on de ranch,
followed by a M. E. pastor, an' do re
sult am several churches am ter be con
structed as soon as de Increase ob popu
lation will warrant It. Wld kind re
gards ter "8. S." fur his ode ter Oitlus,
dls pistol dor s.
P. 8. Should. hab gib ycrsum pints
'bout de Normal 'fair hail my cents
ob decorum permitted my tcndln' de
trial. O. 8.
Tho city council of Independence lias
authorized mo to give notice to the
public that all horses found running at
largo during tho day or night and all
cows found running at largo during the
night, after tills date, will be Im
Independence, May 4, 1801. 5 8 4t
Young lawyer (in Dallas cqurt room
to aged lady from J uciepenuoiioe;
Now, Grandmu, did you say you saw
this with your own eyes?
Grandma (from Independence, with
marked emphasis) Jrea, sir.
Dallas lawyer (becoming enraged)
Grandma, you have enough brass in
your face to make a good sized kettlo.
Grandma Yes, my son; ana you
have enough sap In your smull head to
fill It to tho brim,
The young lawyer's face took onan
expression like "I wish I had been
there before she died," ana saia, rceoiy,
"Take the witness."
FOR YOUNG FOLKS.
The following art familiar foreign
quotation. Now who will be able to
give translation for our reader?
1. "Alia volat preprll" (motto of
92. "Hie nemiM'r tyraiiuls" (motto of
8. "E pluribu unuiii" (motto of
4. "Vlnl vide viol," spokeu by
A. "Hoiil soil qui mul y misc."
Ou England's coat ot snns.
. . "Noblesse oblige."
Answer to Qutlor.
(MlMHMAUKl- HKI.VNKIl, IsiieI'K!iiknck.)
1. Jesii Christ lived four year II. C,
thirty year A. D. For establishing
the Christian religion. '
2. Diogenes, a Greek cynic philos
opher; bom 414; died 824, II. C.
8. Julius Canar, a Homau general
and dlctutor; horn 100, II. C; died 44,
4. Martin Luther, leader of the
German 'Kcfbnnatlon; boru 1IH.I; died
C, Benjamin Franklin, American
philosopher aud statesman; horn 170(1;
0. Harriet Bcocher Stowe, American
authoress; born 1H11; still alive.
7. Charle Gulteau, for the ail na
tion of Garfield. About forty year old,
and was hanged In 1882.
8. Hcv. Sam Jones, a noted Meth
odist revivalist; still alive, 1801.
0. Thomas Edlsou, noted for elec
trical lnveutlon; still alive, 1801.
10. James Lotau, one of the repub
lican political bouse of Portland, Ore
gon; now fighting consolidation; still
OH'cr will be received al the City
llazaar, Railroad street, for two week
for tho property on hand.. The owner
reserves the right to reject any and all
Independence, Or., May 18, 1MU.
GILMORE-Wcdueoday, May 111, to
the wife of L. C. Olhnore a girl,
weight, 10 pound, All doing well.
MARTIN At the farm of C. Coolldgo,
near Halloa, Monday, May 17, Wm.
Martin, nephew of Jo. Martin, living
near Kickrcalt. Wii a nnvnt arrival
from the east.
We oiler One Hundred Dollar Itc-
wanl for any ' of Catarrh that can
not be ounnl by taking Hall l alarm
K. J. CHEKXEY CO.. mi., To-
W. thn iiiulcmluni'd. hnv known V. J.
I'lieurjr lor llm lwt HOiH-n ymn, iul bollvvi)
h On lwrreroy nminntme in an rnminnu irmi-
Mu-niiiin. ud nuniu'lnllj-nine lo curry uul Hny
,,ll lEutt.ina inH'lr ly Ihi'tr ftnn.
W ml 4 rntiu.wnoiwniv i)niKnixi.Toirno,(i,
Wnlilliir, KiniiMii Marvin, Wlmoiwle Unit-
gll, 1 ultMlo, u.
Hall' Catarrh Cum I taken Intcr-
nally, acting directly iiikiii the blmid
and inucouK mirfiutu of the Dvotcin.
I'rlee, e'K! tier IxUlle. Hold by all drug-
CRY OF MILLIONSI
OH, MY BRCK!
TO IT NOW,
OON IT WML IC TOO LATK.
I kt bn troubled hit mre with
dlwu of lh tulum tad bt
rtranlw tod ktn
on(M ld hvm diflrnnl plijilcUoi
wit&uatKlK About Uitl5tbo( April
1 w aulferinr from cr rioltnt
ttick UmI aIwmI proMnted mt I
tuck winr ui i wu oral ww.
Wbr 1 Ml down a ntilao Imponlblt far tat
to nt up loa, r to put oa doUi. wbn
kind Praidrnet trnt Or, Htulty,
OKHGON KIUNSV TEA. to vxf
kowL I InsHdUtrly aommeiiced
ilBf Uit tr. U kid n clawMl
BlracnloB tftect, ud k tb mumh
lahmeat of ll Uw urM it Ui hotel,
la ttw uym,l si kippy to iuic.
Ml I wu rw bum, I wu:
noomrarad th let to all ullllrtwl
u 1 bat tecs.
o. a. TurrKa,
Proprietor Ocddntal Hotel,
NO MORE BACKACHEI
SII TICKETS FOR OHE DOLLAR
NUTE & EVANS. Props.
SHAVING, HDIRCUTTINS AND SHAMPOOING.
4 17 1m
Oimimmcod bmlnosn Starch 5, MA,
Kl'.l'ORT OF THE CONDITIOX
inis rai m
At tiuli-pf ndcniH", In the Stiito of Oreaiin. nt
the vIiinv ol tiuNliioHH, May 4, IMII,
I mn end (tlmxaoit K,m V
(Ivi'iilmlU. Ncmiotirt and linnoonrpd,. 7,7-W 7,1
l!.M, IIoikIh to mHHiro ulntulatlon
Una friiiii approved roinirvo nifent"
llnnkliiK-lioiiHe, I'urnliurH and tlxt'i'
Current xpoa and tuxoa pntd
l'rt'tnturton l,H, Honda k
Cheek 'end other wb Item
Bill of other bank
Kraittlonal paper eurrcm'', nlekela
and ct-imt -
RpKtlu - -
Redemption hind with U. 8, Trciw-
nrer (S wr cent, of circulation) .
Total .... ......... SI51.H77 Wl
Capital Htock puld In..
I fiO.OOO 00
i,i,ii uiili nnta milsOindlmr-.. 11.350 00
Individual deposit subject to ohwk. nfl-t 10
Hemand eertlileatesof deMlt 21,MW 1
Duo to other National Banks BS
Duo to State Buuks nd bankers 6,380 78
Totnl- - 8iai,B77 IHI
flmte of Oregon, ) .
County ot Polk, S
T, W. P. Conniiway, cashier of the abovft
nnmed bunk, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true to the best of my
knowledue and belief,
W. P. CONN AWAY, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to baforo me this 18th
A. M. flUItl.KY.
A. J. GOODMAN,
J. F. O'Donnoll
Him JuhI received tho ONLY
CAIt I-OAD of Jliiggieu dfroct
from the Mtinufuettirer, without
being bought through Portland
IIoiihom. Tlicrelorc, 1 can tte)
a BETTER GRADE for LES8
money t han my compel Mora,
-The Only Complete
In Polk County. "
Ot . MA OK TO OHDHR.
" 9 at XV
&u:pie of the Ladies9 Aid Sodel?
or ciiiti.vriA ciii Rru.
About two mllet above
SATURDAY, MAY 23
Ha hnn rlmruwd fur the ncriuikm, and will
leave hi 7 n, in., reiunilinc nt H p. ni.
MtoiM will l made at lluenit
VlnlH to ucpntmtiodaU! nil
who inny fb ut (to.
Will awnmpany threxrunlon.
tUfivhiiiciiU aervrd by the lad lea on bnard
Kor further iwrltculara aee pouter.
On tale al Flrat National Bunk, 8hltey A
Vandnyn'a, liualer lxieke'a and I'atterwin
Bnitnera ', Independence, aud Bhelley A Van
Adjd&ing West Sids 0Ik9
Ice Creaiu aud Oysters in season.
Counter Lunches, five cents and
Board by the day or week.
Private Booms for Ladies. .
Open until 11 p. m.
Farmers, come with your family
and see what a nice meal you can
get for 25 cents.
PAULOR AND BEDROOM SETS,
SOFA9, AND BED WNfiKS, '
From SxS up to 18x10 in Gorman
Plate and a large assortment of i
A morion n Plates.
kinds both Large audi
From Plain Kitchen Chairs to
the Finest Parlor Chairs. Fancy
Rockers a Specialty, and Carpet
Rockers with Woven Wire Seats.
Of all kinds and finish, Sham
holders, Curtain , Poles, Window
Shades, Hat Racks, Picture Frames
and Mouldings, Stands and Center
tables of all kinds, in either Maple,
Ash, Oak or Walnut.
Of all the latest Patterns, with
Woven Wire Springs. Also the
Koey patent Sofa Bed-lounge.
Main Street, Independence.
Bat. B tod 0 BtreeU. i
Gran d Excursion
CAN ALSO FURKISH
J. T. o'donnell, agent
PACIFIC WASHING MACHINE
Kotice iat Ife Claim for the Pacific
First A family's waaliing done perfectly wbitc as suow. in 20 minutes, or
one-llftb the time of any machine on the market. Second No labor. Third
No rubbing. Fourth No tlmo (comparatively). Fifth No fuel (compara
tively). Hixth No chemicals to rot the garment. Seventh Jfo soaking.
Eighth No pumping or pounding. Ninth No boiling. Tenth No wearing.
Eleventh -No tearing.
The machine will save the average family Zi per cent, per year by not rob
bing or wearing the clothlng-ln the washing process, to say nothing of its great
saving of labor, fuel and time. "iSeeing is believing," so please see our machine
operate before you object, or buy some inferior machine.
Read What the Prominent People of Eugene Say about the Pacific
' EroNK,ORKaos, April 1, 1891.
We. the undendirned. ctttzena of Eugene. Oreron. havlnir thoroughly to ted the Paetfie
Waahln Uavblne. do moat cheerfully reeommend the atuue to all who need flrat claaa
It doea lta work perfectly In a remarkably short time, and without any labor, so
to apeak. It I all that II la claimed to be.
doe lta work better.
A O Hovey. President Mr and Mrs M S Kid
Lane Co. Bank die, Pastor of Pres.
T Q Hendricks, Presl- byterlan Church.
oein 1st -miuohhi r. u uirimer
Mrs O P Griffin
Mrs J M Abrnnia
Mrs E C Smith
Mrs E H Luckiiy
Mrs K J ('roueh
Mrs J J Walton
Mrs I)r DA Paine
Mrs J E Bond
Mrs Dr Harris
Mrs R D Palue
Mrs Oco O Yoran
Mrs J L Fisher
Mrs H H Friendly "
Mrs PjF. Snodnws
Mrs OTit Whitney
Mrs Geo B Hall
Mrs R B Henderson
Mrs Dr Sbelton
Mrs Ada McPherson
Mrs MC Doyle
Mrs W B Mummoy
Mrs C 8 Davis
Mrs J Miller
Mrs D Cherry
L L Simpson
II 0 Dunn
U00 REWARD Wc will pay $500 for a washing we can not wash, as cloau as can be
washed, in one-fourth the time that is required in the old wash board plan.
AOKNTN WANTED KVEKV Wiit.iiK-Htme and eonnty rtghts for sale. Every fhmily
will buy a machine when they seo what It will do. You will not have to be a talker In order
to be a salesman. Show tbo Indies what it will do and it is sold,
ALLEY & FISHER, GENERAL Ar.Ts.
W. H. WHEELER
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ALIv KINDS OF
it is tne Dost macmne we nave seen uaea, and
X B Alley and wife, G A Blalr and wire.
Pastor of Christian Pastor C P Church
G 3 Travis, Pastor 1st Mm W T Eakln
Mrs Nancy Burch
Mrs Minnie Wash
burn, P M
H A Haskell
K B Handsaker
Mrs TW Jenkins
Mrs W R McCornaek
Fannie Lock wood
Mrs Wm Stevens
Mrs Sherwood Burr
Mrs 8 McConuel
Mrs G Soverus
Mrs John Whitnker
Samh K Ostium
Mrs T J Ross .
8 P Lowell
Mrs r uomeij'a
Mrs C F Llttlefleld
Mrs BE Churchill
Mrs J E Belshaw
Mrs Geo Belshaw
Mrs E E Cleaver
Mrs T N Seger
Dr H T McCornaek
Wm P Fisher
A E Gallagher
J W Cherry
F E Jones, Christian
A E Wheeler
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IT. WHEELER, Independence, Or.