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v avt a 'Mivv ta i - - w- ...
THE WEST SIDE
iwl n av
Katabllriwd lijr Haemal Authority,
Polk County PuhlisUing Cotnpani FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
CUM t ONTON. HJNlGtM,
of IintiiwmU'BO, fttifo,
OVmv, lire, m wivnti-viaaa iimiirr,
On rT ... U
Nit Moiilht l
Tlireo Month . Mi
All ttvuniu tint tiu nolle nut xwl-'
ltt liulll tw itiM-ried IYW. All ivr
Dvf llnm will ta rlismwt Ov ernl. r lli.
H.h. obituary mUtll lll bo rlintftl
rur ihe rain "i nv tenia tr tin.
A ridrm all Nmiimmtt-itn r iwiulteallnn
In Th Wwrr Hun, unit make nil rvnillKtiKWM
payable lo u ivw ummy -uiunia vvm.
mtviitmM l leeattd l the heart of navl.
gail,n mi imM "I year., tin iw iiiwb'
vita river, ami n u main un m oin'mr
A fnlthtrtila hallmail: nmlaliia it nonttlaltv
or itu twoelm u Ui tnneiiwl lmeiiit ilit
Kir l ho nmnttr. Willi')) I. iu T Hi" lmel.
mol wmtliliy ami llilekty aimlnml lu lb
. H. UHIPKII, U W. WOKTH)N.
- 1'fwklffltt. VlrtPwuloi'nl.
W. II HWI.KY,Chlr.
J, R, OtuMr. U W, i"rtuii, Uwto HIinUk
O. W. WbllHUor, W. W. Clllw
TAKEN IN KXCHANUK FOR GOODS.
AO. V. W.-ISPKl'KNUKNI'K UHHIK
Nil, J, ninli rry Mixulnr ulaht In
Ma'nlr lili. All Mrnlitg hntllwrn InvltMl
K, V. HAt.TtN. Btw-nltT.
I. ,, K Hil In WA
xuili. hitll rvrrv Tliunuliu
Kvvnln. AUKll Krlluw
nirtlially litvllnt lo l
11,4. T, U. r HVr.H, fi.U,
r. A. tHU TV..vlr .
MPN l.OlxiK, Ha. W. A. F
.1 A. -M. wil nuiuiiunli'-
tUtn UB or npmivmii luiam
m il nmoin nuti i ww.
ihf rraftor. J. W. Ilurtrf , . M.
K, l Krl hum,
A trwna Unkllif tolttM imitiHWiwi
Buy nil i'hii on U tiiinin
Deuiallt rwolvvJ ul)iiet la fhwk or ou tt-
attic hour; . m, U ik m.
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
IraiiMM ll; Imutt nid, WH tllawunlcJ. mm
mnll crUIUi nuill! (HaIU lwlvl on
urrrnt wruunl null)! to h, lnlrt pnW
LEE & BUTLER,
Fhrsicians is Surgeons.
U, S. Iixamiwtng Surgeon.
0r: ! lid ol Ml It,
J.liu Mclnll, II. II. JMtwmnn, A.
Uuodmiut, H. Illrwhlwri, A. nion,
T. 4. t. I. A. Allen.
1)11, J. K. LOCKE,
Buana Vltta, Oren.
J. M. CROWLEY,
Physician an n Surgeon
DR. J. B. JOHNSON,
All wort rrntl to glvr ih
lEUtllhwl y NhIUii bI Authority.
Capital Katiooal Bank
I .... Am4AJ aaa
OF SALIM B"ln,i.
Oijd7.il jxiiil , $jO,000.00,
HENKLE & WALKER,
FRIDAY, JUNK f,,lt!01.
HAS NOW, AND rBOSMCTIVr,
Many Advanta ges.
'ft RAILROAD CENTER.'
Ittwhtrnk VI.- Prllriil.
J. II. AIJIKHT, ( alilr.
To Froron whl mid oilitr mnhnllil
pr,luii.ntiwHl or in l"i. m
vat irnf m or ptioiMS wiim..
lr.n. drawn dlwl on NW Vor. riilmo.
Han rmo(lN IVirtUrd, loudon, I'urit, Hu
Uo, Hong Kun Mid lalmll.
Independence to Corvallis by S. P. R. R-.
" - v .... V-
Independence to Portland by "
dependence to Falls City by MoUr Line.
Independence to Salem by
Independence to Astoria by A. & S. C.R.R
Independence to Albany by M ' "
A. M. HUUI KY, y
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
omn Sfit U) ludrpenJrnw Sai l
I !mlrDiadvarf,Or, i
THE POLK COUNTY BANK,
VlrHfM)dul ... .
I. A. Ur Kt'M
W. II. Uolme
ioiihim. mm I HMOH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OIIICI I!', B "M'1'"'
H-tw'nHll'""l',"n"l . AlKM.O'
im Cuiniinreutf w
C. S. McNALLY,
BOOM ? Brjll-IIMMM" MI.OCK,
COMMKUCIAL 8T BAI.KM.0H.
Munnfartiirer ant! denier In
Sash, : Doors, : Moulding, : L;tc.
Kull !wk )( OIK", 11 '. k,'t'1 n"""""11'
on hand. HpvdKU rnlwi on cmlmoM.
rnvtorr on IU It. t""t uer df U
C Ht., ImU'ix'tnlcnw.
JAMES GIBSON, Prop.
wir-i-rfa.! in every rowed Bpecinl
ample room for oommercml traveler.
J. R. COOPER
, L..bl.. KM1naaa Mlllvm, lW
r: .-iJ , ,hi,.i lo obvok. or no ortl"ri
r, .;Vir i,. mv: Win dlwnl4.'
rirnronl thII nd KurglM praol taro,
iy Y UB MWb
ffOOct kooii I a. ..
A HOP CENTER.
Tbe p'rtwiit urea lo IIois tributary to Indcpeiidfiice, will
monlMtifblod. The amount of income will ru4i In a few
ywira ,at Iciwt one million dolliun. -; " , . .
uva.tivA this hiram ami mwi
Stock of Ilarn( ever brought
to this Section.
All Our Ovrn Manufacture.
r... wiiito urn clirw't from the
V.f UI J J' "
Factory and are the i)C8t
out of 150 Stylof.
Trimming nt rcaHonauio 1 1
Beamer & Craven.
Cash Grocery & Bakery
OS 0 STREET.
tn,h Brd, PI" tnd, Cjli- o hand awf d
The adaptability of our landn for special frult ralHinir, mioh
prune, pears and apple; will employ hundreds of men; bring
into the country thotwanda of dollnrs, and make our running
lands worth from two to three hundred dollars an acre. Frn't
raining will bring cannerlm and fruit dryers.
SUGAR BELT RAISING
citrine, a brick tmMm and several Wa.SM$?
acres of Uncut clay, is now prepared
to keen on hand a fine quality of
Brick, which will bo sold at rcanon-
II. It. rATTBHHON.
II. TAYLOB, TnpWt.
Willamette Real Estate Go.
IiHlopendencp. - Oregon. ,
rr.lt,aifiitt a crone, rul Real I'Xuto BuhI-
am, buy and iwlui Properly, olIuoU
IiiHuranceana uoen a gruvim
rarliH having Land for utile will
11 nd It to their advantage to
List Thei r, Property
win. n,u rwitmnv. us they are dully
Bending IM of hind east, tlm plac
ing denlmble property before the rest
dents of Uiel'uHt.
The rich botUim lauds of thia section are peculiarly well
adapted to raiseng sugar beets, the profit above cost of produc
tion, being estimated at from thirty to forty dollars an acre.
One sugar factory will call into use over 3,000 acres of land, in
creasing its value half a million dollars, and employing labor.
W. G. SHARMAN,
C STREET, OPPOSITE POSTOFEICE.
n,Mili 1 W dWat In tlia
Ohio lt U'j'iiblli an conraittiott.
Nurwalk, O., ha a Urbw woo i!.kh
up a vhm xhnvolu twmiijr-ntna soeomlj.
A young man at Bunsnvtlla, 0., advinr.
tltotl anonyimiuiilr fr a wifa aim nm
inter ajinwvrwl th advertiwiiwut.. j
A dompiuiy hM 1h organnou
Ntw York city wliluU propoiw to muM
iU piinotpia ImniiMjrt tba 1-rwtervattoa
at tit health and comfort ol utliwia.
In tha nilnoU wuata bltla providing ,
folaptriolli l wnigliiug ol grain in
wawhuiuK-a and for tut Mnimotwu of
building aud loan awwciatluua Uava lw
Th llrltUU hou of common h
wlthnrawu lli Ktmufurd coercion art,
Newiouiidlniid liaving promlawl to ni
Wirt a muMiira to carry out thatreaiy
olillgatlon and award of tlm arbitra
11. J. IlitMi-Mta of l Angnlwi.wUo
dlapr.rrd from Cbteago, ha bo"
found al Kalaiuiuoo, Miou. U wa ou
J. Jnlfrmon. Jr.. la to marry Mi
Blanch IWmirtr of Brooklyn on J una la.
Tha llamlium Uubbor couipauy of
Tn-ntoii. N. J., ha gi' Into lua handit
of a rtwWer.
Tlia gnicral Bynod of Luthraui ox?u.
lv r.iiiun.tiMln Huuiuxt "furtatn Amuri-
can danoiuliialioiw, under tha nam of
furelgn uiiwuoiii, atUmptlng to awmra
tba iwiiiifi'r of tha LutlM-rau vU of
Denmark, Norway and Sweden to tlwlr
nuiunlir while tlwra ar mlllitmiof
hwtUfiu) still uureaubod by Cbrintlau-
In tlw simlli ProKbyturian awwmbly at
Ulriiiimiluim. Ala., a reaoluttott wna
adopltHt dwliiiing that church fair
vnreuut lh limiHT uiraui of raiing
nioiiig-i ali. mil" ;allliig on tha Worlf
fair to ke ii tins gte cloiwd on Sumliiy.
Th ou!brt'k of glandxrs nr Jauea
villa. Win., la ri)!Ully vlruleut aud
stock rubor are aluruiwL
Tha rirt of the navnl board ou tli
VbhivIih' -uiu h boeu mada miullu,
lo gewral It H eomiiiendntory, but car
tain tuiKlinratlous are gMti.
Tli . liiKner TIiouiimi Hums la be-
llrvl lo Imve tttne down In Lake Mlcb
ignu with all on board, In? oWtng a lo
of ti'Ven Uvea.
Tha Moilian corcrninant ordered tha
luturgenl Chilean crulwr Emeralda to !
leave tlia hitrbor ol Acnmuoo anu
lowad her to laka ou MO ton of coal.
Tha order wtu coiniillel with.
Kill II 11111 Tamauda of Tokio. Jupan, 1
one of the tudiU of LafayetU college
who low attained tunerlor elnw utanding
ami will deliver a suecM oration at
BetretarY Foler ha laid down a new
txillc-T. bolding that polygarofoU come
nndit the deWrred el of imwigrants
and thould not b allowcu to anier me
Uultl Htate. - . ; -'
The world' fair dlractory ha-on
MfkimI ilia mimilntmeill of V. J, V
bkiS a chief of th d.nartmeut of
n.tM anil iniiiiuii and M. E. Stone u
chief of the foreign department.
n.. nr. a. If. Hmvth. atir of tlw
Beoond follegiale Reformed chtmh of
Hurlem. b recelveil 13.1KW in reinrn
for bis reeignntlon. Ho wanted .H1,(H)0,
but a coimiromlne wa effected.
Hn. B. B. Emclealon, aed 73, died
it Wichita. Kn., from tbe effect of
the arin. He wa a brigadier general
during the war, and military governor
of Ueoriiia afterward.
Frank Wralob. by whose rnoru rott
ngal h m ceeded In building pnrt of a
railway from Loando, three mile horlU
of the Congo, ha been created a Knight
of tha Military Order of Christ by the
kins of Portugal for hi wori in Arnra,
Th. triker on the Midland road at
Waveland, Ind., gave th five men who
bad been left thera to guard the com
pany' properly ten minute in which to
lk out of town, and they walked.
The striker y not a wheel hall turn
until they are paid tor paai service.
The New York city Jury, in the case
of PMipielena Rolwitello, an Italian
wlinnhnt and killed her lover bo-
cauee b refused to keep hi promine of
miirrtftge. brought In a verdict of not
miinv. when men jumped np on their
tent, waved their hat and hankerclilef
nd yelled and cheerea.
The dullminent tax case Baint Gov
ernor Jiime A. Ashley of Ohio now ng
greRttte fiS.OUO.OOO and exceed any-
tiling Wlllctt JUOTKaniiiaior, iutup'
tor, lin ever unearthed ln he begn
bimim-x several years ago. The taxe
amount to nearly t:RHK),oou ami ins m
quinitor'a fee about 173,000,
The secretary of the treasury has con-
,o,,.la,l tin, consideration of the question
of examination by assay nt El Taso of
ore containing lend which are destined,
for delivery at smelting wonts, ine
collector is authorised to forward snch
ii,l,.r warehouse ami iransponn-
..n lw.mls. examination, weighing and
assay to be waived at that port, and to
,i.n,le nt th nort of destination. In
estimating the duties the entire luulort-
ation will be regarded a lean ore,
Avcliliixhon Corriiran went to Ilnnt's
Point, N. Y., where lie blessed the
,.,nrf and cloister of the Dominican
Nun of Perpetual Adoration, one of ths
nioBt severe sisterhoods in the Catholic
church. i v
Ti, V,.i.lv of Mary Ana Grier, who
disappeared from her father's house at
Wanatah, Ind., has been found in au
old Iron pit in a perfect state of petri
faction. It was thought she ran away
with her lover, Her father, who 1 80
years old, uiemmeu nio uuiy.
Mrs. R. L. Vauichn of Arbucklo, Cal.,
is at Jackson, Tenn., to witness the nn-
veiling of a monument to conreueraie
soldier. She was an enthusiastic Con
federate and to her is acnueutuecreuii
of having first sngitestad the idea of dec
orating the Confederate graves.
Blr John Mandonald,
premier, U quite nick.
Cardinal Gibbon I lit
fvr at Bryantown, Mil
A ron Di ned Armstrong wa kicked
a cititen named J. w. vano.
phosnlx, A. T.. U now aored of rail
a ,.n.. iik laV, Fnrk on thl
iii-i ,mriv.n. w i,i.t.,in.M,i p.niKa throuun rraacon.
items ron OUR rAMC.
. a AiuuiLm auiu. x auiuu ttsavwaaai I -
Calleo. Pern. Nothing b bean n oi . mU)n rrport tfcmt tU mUl to to excellent:
Th coin' wlouer
Urin th enilowni'-nt
Himon Hlcl of CIiIcsko
Nicely corned beef l an addition to
the dinner table at any time and it la
an economical article of food especially
on the farm, where very often a beef la
killed and there la no sale for all of It
and It can 1 saved by corning. For
.mil nuantltlea tbe following plan la
Cut the beef in
out the Urge
Ion crock with
west. - - a weight on lop. I'our over Hie new
Tb Colusa election fraud caaee are boiling hot brine made as follows:
dragging aloug lowly. Tbe generaj Two gallon of water, three pound of
. . i plains are alive with grasshopper, and small piece, leaving c
.1 muZrS th.' traveling toward the North- bom, pack In a slx-gallo
in uuineaiureu , . ..i..i., ,..
at a nopi-; 7"" . .v,.,,. wln be " ,; .
.l .,,fT..ri,, from terrible burns on thi "I"-- " n om ou"oe
hul. While walk na- borne recently
someone threw a bg of burning oil on
hi heaih .
MMnea. la., ba been selected a
tlvs place of ths next annual meeting of
th TempUr' (Jongreas which bai jut
adjourned at Edinburgh, Kcotland.
During a debate at the praabytary M
Detroit on th ca of Dr. Brlgg Judgt
iirM kinridKe of W. LouUi roada an an-
dren (riut Dr. BrlKg' view. At th
conclusion h said: 1 have done my
duty" and fell dead,
v.n,lalim ha aaaln broken ont at
Harvard college. The statue or Jonn
Harvard wa painted red ana a piece ol
mt.r tiliuwd uihiii the head. Th
statue t of flu granite and will take con
siderable Urn and rubbing to remor
the paint. .
Inventor Edison was severely scored
In the United State circuit coot ai
New York by Uen. a A. Duncan, attor
m.v fr the United Mates Electric Llfht
company. The attorney aald Eduwn
m.thlnff more man a mecnanio wuu
Btillsed the Invention of others.
1 It i reported that es-Pretident Ilaye'
mind 1 fillnif. He bad a sever attack
of the grip last winter and ha never
fuiiv r,iBrH,L He 1 able to attend U
ordinary busbies hut hi memory ha
nriUlW fulled and he i ubject to fit
of doioudency. Ul friemU hope the
affliction U only temporary.
Plenty Hore, the Indian who killed
Lieut C'awy during the Sioox nprUing,
and who wa on trial at Hlout FalU for
murder, wa discharged by th court
Tim ind, held that tbeevilencehowed
that t'aaey wa killed while actnai war
utl and that a charge of murder
could not be brought against the Indian.
The World's fair directory will sends
eoinmlMiion to Europe to boom the ex-n.-ltlon.
Carl Schurx, Cbauncey M.
IVtwiw. ei ssenaior r.iuu oi uuuwww,
extJovernor Walter or uwinecucui,
JtaJ. Handy aud other prominent men
will constitute the commission. iurj
will erv without pay and will be ab-
tcnt about six week.
Tb- trail-Atlantic steamship coin-
banie have notified their turopeao
wnta ta kII tickets to onlywch per
t,un an are not prohibited from landing
In the United State. Tbe agent wui
have to pay 91 for the return of each
immigrant who I refused entrance to
thi rmnntrv if he neglect to investi
gate the record of all llcei purcuaaer.
J T. Wrntt. a croo expert, na tuo-
mittetl a report of the crop prospect on
winter wheat lu Kansas, Misaouri, Dli-
noi, Indiana, Ohio and Michigan. I mi
report wa ntad at Chicago to the man
iff.m nf acv eral railroad iutereeted.
Mr. Werst estimate mar ine naie
nme.l will produce, provided favorabl
condition continue until narveax, so,
81)1,000 bushel. against Ua,m,000buh
els, according to government eetlmate
forlH(. Illinois 1 alimawa to pro
duce from I.IWJ.OOO acre 11,718,000
Franci W. Kennedy, preeldent of th
dofunct Spring Oanleu tank of mil
.l,.ln)il. nil.! his brother. H. H. Ken
nedy, the cashier, were arreated and ar-
rHiirnml l fire the United State com-
mW.mer on a charge of maliciously
and fHlxely making- eutries In the book
of the bank with tbe lutent to defraud.
They were held In I'.Hi.OOO and 15,000
bail, respectively. The charge wa
made by Bank Examiner Drew. They
,.,,U not iret the bail. The amount
they are charged with embexsling
George Vancil and Jeremiah Holmes,
two Baptist minister, have jut been
sent to priaon in Illinois for counterfeit
Their story i a oueer one. Holme
was a counterfeiter and general ouicjwi
in Dwiuoin and Vancil waa a Baptist
minister. Vancil uimeriooa io couren
Holme after everyliody else naa given
him np and incceeded. Holme eoon
became pastor oi ine utmpueiuw vawvu
near Dmiuoin. After a time he gave
Vancil counterfeit money and Vaacil
passed it. Later on the same tuiug was
repeated. Aooui mi uiuo uww i
emlasarie swooped down upon Holme
,1 rantnred a regular couuterfeitev'i
nnin. Vmieil wm arrested later. He
t.mk the monev and couunweo tne ac-
qnaintance of Holme to learn the te
nwta and exmwe the gang. He is heart
broken over the arrest but "Rev." Jerry
Holme i holding revivals in tne prison.
The organisation of the American ua
Iversity has ton effected at Washing
t.,n. Among the incorporator are: Gov
Paulson of Pennsylvania, Senator
McMillan of Michigan, Mark Hoyt ol
Mw Vnvlf. Col. Wriuhtof Pennaylvaula,
representative Springer of Illinois and
Mrs. John A. LAgau oi naamugum,
Among tho trustees are the following'
itiuiu.iiu Nnwinim. Vincent and Wilson,
a,l Secretary Proctor. The president
'and vice president of the United States,
the chief justice of the supreme court
.,,,1 the snenker of the house of repre
sentatives are ex officio member. Balti'
ley Brother made the first contribution
toward the erection of Kpworth hall. A
meeting nt Washington of the leading
educators of the couutry waa arranged
for to oousult alKiut plans, i ne ooare
of trustees is broadly catholic in charac
ter, being composed or representative!
of the Presbyterian. Protestant Episco
tial, Baptist and Methodist Episcopal
churches. An appeal will shortly b
made to the American people for $5,000,
000 for the eaily commencement of thi
, work. . -
acquitted. sugar and two large apoonfuls of aoite.
Th rteamshlo Parthla arrived at io i . . . ak(m ,iie
toria, B. C, from Japan with flfty one brin proc whenever
cabin Chineae and twenty-eight Jap- ')k neeMB4ry but ww put U
anpa-engerj. brine on hot after the first time. If the
ZtZtZC we.lhertahotyouc.n add a handful
bath at Paso BoUe and It propose to of nail and soda at any time, and like
make many Improvements. all pickling tie aure that tbe brine
Bernard Petarmann, aged 14, while covert the beef. If packed in a bam!
carrying mail to Mount Eden station, mrKe cloth should be tied over it in
Cel., lost control or Ms norse anu wa aummer, to aecure It from niea.
thrown from tbe wagon ana giuea.
Morris Hoefllck, a weU known San
Franciaco broker, committed soicide at
thebooaeof a friend. lie bad been
confined to hi room for several weeks
A. W. Fisher, a tobsreo dealer at
Bant Crux, was threatened with blind
ness and be committed suicide. He wa
64 years old and had a wife aud family
at New York.
Cliarle Green, a stage driver at Fos
ter Creek, on the Columbia river, ta re
ported to have been killed, but how, la
not tated. Green claimed to be
cousin of Gen. Ben. Butler.
During a light shower at Petalnma,
Cal., a few days ago thounands of little
frog about an Inch long fell on the
street. They were alive and immedi
ately began hopping np the oreea.
Daniel Gilmore, cashier In Wells,
Fargo St Co. ofnoe at Eureka, Cal,
while nshlng, fell Into shallow water,
striking his head on a rock. lie waa
niade unconscious and was drowned.
The interstate commerce commission
bIl a meeting at hookn last week
and heard the case of the merchant of
The new firm of Patterson Bros. 1 a
large denier in waU hea. clocks and Jew
elry, fla y have received a dainty line
of ladle' watches In silver and gold.
Lady school teacher should consult
them, a they offer extra inducement.
One of our farmer friend, In speak
ing of lalior saving device for tbe farm
aid that he onc saw a wood box
which struck blra as saver of labor,
and In 24 hour he had one. The Idea
consisted in having half the box built
in the farmhouse kitchen and the other
half extending Into the woodahed.
Enough wood can be thrown from the
shed Into the box to bwt several days,
and there l no dirt packed Into tno
bouse. A neat cover built over tbe
box In the kitchen keep the wood out
of sight and can be used as a seat near
tbe stove. Another convenience Is a
table against the wall of tbe kitchen
which can bo folded no when not In
A wide board
necessary ana a pair
u..i..... ...!. th. Northern Pacific use. thus suvluff the room which a
OlJUKKim .,.".." I 1 "
railroad tn regard exnoroiuurt inB i wwe woum occupy,
rate. all that la
There i some damage to the hay crop hinge.
by the rain, and cherries ana Heme
have suffered a nine, unii iu a w
Uolated caaee did the rin fall heavy or
tbe wind blow atrong enough to lodge
the growing grain.
Th management of tb thirty-eighth
annual California state fair for 1891
has decided upon a new feature, and
that is to increase the racing meeting
from one of nine days to one of eleven
days-ix trotting and fire running.
The bridge on the railroad between
Clifton and Guthrie, A. T., haa been
burned. This 1 th second bridge
burned within fourteen days in the same
neighborhood. The railroad offers 1 1,000
for the capture of th incendiaries.
Gratshoppers have become very num
erous and deatrnctive in Sutter and
Yuba countie. Fred Beate, who has a
nursery near th Sutter County Butte,
let a fir to drive them off, when it
tnread all over tbe hill, destroying
Seven soldiers have been arreated at
Walla Walla on a charge of murder ta
the first degree. Tbey were implicated
In tha mnh that Ivnctlfd Hunt, ine
bv thirty deputy
is feared, however.
Mr. J. M. Btaato, who raised and is
,be present owner of Jay M., thor-jugh-bred
horse, a son of the celebrated
Altamont, will tie In Independence
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of each
There is no garden but could be much
improved by a good thorough hoeing,
md the time of year that the garden
uowlthetlrrlng of the soil is juat
when tbe warm dry weather com
mences. The man who cultivates ths
soil In the garden eoutlnually has al--ays
a better crop than the one' who Is
satisfied with a hard surface. The ben
ellts from a loose soil is often as great
as from expensive manuring. Those
who will try the experiment of frequent
hoeing, and no manure on the toll, nd
an abundance of manure and no hoeing,
will find of the two that the former
plan Is preferable. In the growing
all tbe rain that falls Is needed
The jail Is guarded d lotMe wil keep tbe
oriff Kn troll hip I ' '
rain, which the hard toll allows to ruu
l,v thirtv deontv sheriff, No tronble
A destructive cyclone I reported
from Arlington, Or. Th tor of D. &
Sprinkle waa demolished and Sprinkle,
his wife and a customs were buried in
the debris, Mr. Sprinkle waa quite
eriously injured but the two men es
caped with a few bruise.
Charles F. Wolston, manager of tbe
railway, electric and cable lines at
Butte, Mont., narrowly escaped the
vengeance of a mob. ne is chnrged
with throwing down stairs a drunken
conductor, whom he bad discharged,
and who is believed to be fatally injured.
The Temescal tin furnace ha started
on a third nm. It is producing sixty
bars, or nearly two tons of tin metal s
dav from a five-stamp mill and two Frue
Tanner. Ten more stamps are being
added to the present plaut. 1 he mm on
the river, when completed, will rednc
1,000 ton weekly.
Captain Scott of the West Indian.
who hml some tronuie wun nis laooi
while at San Francisco recently, is arm
ing his crew. He tells the people ol
Victoria, B. C that "he does not pro-
Bcmcmbi-r when In Salem to call in
at Strong's restaurant, now WesUcott
& Irwin, and get a meal not to be ex
celled on the Pacific coast for 85 cents,
at 271 Commercial street. tf
Mr, Hirsehberg says the only success
ful method of getting rid of stumps and
trees on a farm Is to dig them out roots
and all, but It Is said tbat an easy and
'successful way of getting rid of the big
stumps is to bore a hole into the stump,
two inches in diameter and 18 inches
deep. Do this in the fail, and nu wun
a concentrated solution of talt-petre,
and plug up to keep out water. By
spring it will have permeated every
part. Then fill the hole with kerosene,
set on fire, and the whole stump, It is
said, will be consumed, even to the
roots. The ashes remain to fcrtlllxo
,u.,:l KM h uarmli nv IslKir
pose to allow the lives JZ" Z Sl,7 It I.
IO oe enuiuiKeiw" "
A iuror at Tomlwtone,
at least, worth trying.
A. T., was
,.,. .. ... haoniiiir tha Invv in the I
...., a,,i Khankland. charged We have heard it stated quite often
with murder. Shankland killed Dr. lately that Oregon la not a natural
Willis, agent for the Old Guard Mining jHjry country, and that farmers are to
company, because the latter wonld not ex0U8Cd for allowing butter from tho
pnyadebt the company owed Shank- eftst to he ghippod in to compete suo-
land. The jury stood eleven for wnvio- fa Qur
tlon. The people indorse the juror s ac, mant says the natural grasses of
' . , , . Oregon are deficient In the peculiar
0:Zr. juices nectary to make ht.U--
SSttoT mtiMtandviineeii fore the farmer that attempts butter
iw.iff delivered at a loss. The sea- making, as a business, will fail. If the
son Is so far advanced that packers des- geutleman is correct the sooner we flint
nair of getting enough fish to fill the tout tbebetter. We wish to hear from
some of our renders on the subject.
oanon hand. The caunerles on an aver
age have packed 4U to ou per cent. iw
than at this date last year and some 90
. i i...... Tho rlvur hulen risinc
?r ...me time but the expected run ol when moss Is allowed to accumulate
fish has not come aim tney are geiuug on tiie roofs or buildings tne aecay oi
scarcer. There is a bare possibility that the roof takes place much tooner, aud
tn immense rnn offish might enable fta exei.ueut plan is to keep the moss
the packers to catch up but many con- ofR When moss has accumu-
Sver and 11 latent It may be removed In the follow
river ""j r. . I-- . minru,' Hi.rlnkln lima
..... . iquq Ratnrn. rrnm eiirnteen line eiuiun
naoking companies how the amount ol freely aloug the comb of the roor ana
the ealmon pacxeu iouie jboi,.,
against 146,000 cww on June 1 last year.
Used la Millions of Hoines-40 Years the Standard.
In localities exposed to the north
nnrk is lietror than in those exposed to
the south, and it is seldom found in cal
careous soil, preferring always that of
the felspar, this being found principally
In the province of Gerona. It grows
and develop in ground of very little
depth, and sometimes In very stony
ground. . "
It is stated that in 50 per cent, of the
cases which go through the Bankruptcy
court In England no dividend is ever
paid at all. A grocer and provision
dealer failed in Glasgow. His liabilities
were 1,470, while his assets amouuted
to one-sixth of a penny per pound.
let the rain dissolve It, and carry over
the shingles. Every particle of moss
and dirt can be removed by it. When
shingles are kept clean they last much
longer. Newly hud roots lr treated in
the same way are much benefited.
Waxtrti. Farmlands, acre tracts.
town lots, anywhere In Polk oouuty.
Will take nothing for sale without a
oontract, but will gtve close attention
to every piece so contracted. No prop
erty taken at higher than market prices,
and wo can get you better prices than
you can yourself.
E. C. Pkntland,
5 2fl 4t Be d Estate Agent.
Suits in Any Style Made to Order
AT REASONABLE BATES. if
J. W. KIRKLAND,