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THE WEEK'S BUDGET.
What Our Kepirter .finds of In-
terest to Our Readers, r
T8I LOCAL AND flKSEsUI, XKWV
WW f It of Ik Wk TVnl tvM
1M lHMW PMIIIMM T llMwl
, I El DAT. j.
Manaou Crowley, uf "Crowley, m
prominent farmer there, vu In towu
Mm. K. J. Bowere, of 8iknc, I
vUltlng Mr. M, A. C. ifotwriauti at
Mr. N. Haggard, lately - typo lu
the tfetam Journal, la vrsttlng rela
tive at Dtdlaa, -,
Tumii Seudder, baa recovered
from bit receuUllueaa aud 1 wvn ou
the at recta ouot more,
Jess Wtlkma, of the Utile Falac
hotel wauiade the happy father, to
day, 3fi teupouud boy.
Hr.Lu iward returned to hir home
In Portland, after visit of several
weeka wltii mm Sv'ttla Uravea.
Cwy Haytwfand II, L. Mter canto
m from Delia today to attend the
preeentatlon of Unci Josh at tbe opera
bom-, .. t , 4
Geo. McLaughlin, a thrifty former :
llrtug near Buen. VWU, who has a
lovely home, and kit the comforts of a
wtll Improved farm, wa la town la
day. A. P. Boiuwy, whose home la In
San Kranelaeo,! apendlug couidersr
tW of hat time oo hi form near
Parker, and la an enthusiastic lit lor of
Hm work .la being pushed on thv
M Congregational church, iu spite
of the coot wathr, aud It t now be
lug enclosed. It wlU. b a wry uet
tractor. --. ' j h -
H. Htacbberg hat been In receipt, of
numerous telegrams from friends eu
gratulaUng hint upon tb tvmt d
tflUona to hi fatuity, which are to uet
We aak tbe My-rauWra of the Wt
Biot k ahow their appreciation, of our
aierprlMln kuln a aupplvnwul U-
voiad to tha "houaoboltt" by mkln
at of Ita column aud wilding In Uiolr
ctMDBUulaaUoii a aoon a ptwHlhli).
Tha naxtlasua will b lu Jauuvy.
Thoaa Mtwtdtwr who pay their aub
aortpUona brtweau now and January
at lUM.wlll find that tliey will be well
repaid tor doing ao, a a wry Interest
ing and pk!ng 'announcement will
lw mada to them by . thla paper at that
tin. Only paid iaubauribera will be
otitled to lu benefit. Kvery iwiue
of tbe paper during January, February
and March will have a value to them,
that tboa peranu who utay . Iw In
Mfaara cannot Wail tbeuiaelvea of.
Yu will ba much Interested In our
propoatUon. Examine the labtd on
your paper. If you are in arrear oonie
BaaMmbar to aall at tb Normal Book
Stun, Moumoutb, it yon oeeU anytbintf
in tb line of aobool b;vk, ebmr op-
pi Ma, atbletM gowla, tola.
Tha mnt dellutuua'.itreakfaat dlb la
the gaTtftt mad beniiwn k Chris
tian at tbe W hltemar ruiittu. Aa
your grocer for it and iuaktt on havlug
, RATI Rim.
Mr. F. O. KerUtoiwOejiarUMl for her
Jiotne In Medford, to-day., ,,.
AV. M. Molaon, of "RickreaU," wan
laying In wpplla here today,
-a n HaHUaiH. of Airlle, nodded hi
Md ocoanlonally at the auctioueer.
J. A. Alleo aud wife, alao J. Vernon
...a rf.nhter Allle. were In towu to-
Bon Thorpe, of 8uver, wa trying to
gat bla it) are of cheap good at the auc
tion. ,-": ,A
J. B.V. Butler, of Monniouthot hin
bare of auction good. Jay I getting
hay seed in hi hair.
Jaapar Bbodea ba not forgotten hi
old time trading place. Ha attended
tbe auetlon aalea Saturday.
H. D. Btaata, of Lewlavllle, was anill
, ing gracionaly at Wayneal be to-ed
off good to bia buyer today.'
Jamea Portorfleld and hl rti Mllt,
tbe great hop raiser, gladdened the city
.jritb their oounteuance today. ? ;
Aaa Btaata, the renowned wolf catch
er of tha Luckiainute, was here today
Ung longing eye for wolf bait s
Prof. Murphy,' of Monmouth.lkwnd
d m auction al riaturday., ,fle wlU
be Veil prepared for nil nee plej .irittt-
Jame Wbeeler, of Linn county,
cousin of our towuwuan W. IT. Wheeler
wa vialting friend hereubouti thto
waek. . .. .
Jim Prather, ou of William Prattler,
tha old pioneer of 1844, wa present ai
tbe auction aud wude bid for various
article. .., '.
Charlea Poat, who think Hrrl.on
want back on him at the last election,
promenading the atreeta of our
lurgh thl waek. ." ; ,
K. Cole, of "Black Dug," wa hav
ing ft lively tima with friend today
'White Dog" ahould' take the place of
bla locality t tbe preaen t li vely ti nie.
B. F. Hall, o( Uaittou,' wasln towu
today. Hi brother' wife J formerly
Mia Hpauldlng, I not expected to tee,
Bb la at preaent uffertng from aorteti
ng of tbe brain. -,,
' Charie Belt, of Dallas, aon of Dr. S.
Belt, an early pioneer of Oregoji,,L
ioar deceaaeU, wa waiug m iu Ho
of the dty today and attended "Uncle
Joh laat night. ; "',;- '
Tha attendance at the auction wile
of tbe grocertaiof the,T. ,W.' EhIc
' tck of good ha been largely af
tendad from all part of tha county
and ala were brink at good price.
J. BriiUrcb and wife,' of RfckrealJ,
were In town to-day. He eayg tnu
burning of the flouring mill, while a
public calamity will reauit m a mucn
liner mill taKtug w pw
. T). Irvine and
id wife left to-day forXuow lu, Vienna, Auntrla, wlll.aoou eturt
McMinnville to spend Sunday with bl
brother of that city. Altnougn on.y
few mile separate he ha not vUlted
blm for three yere pant. '." ,
H. B. Brunk, a wealthy farmer of
Rowley, With hi family, waado-
lel b. nnvt bin,. Tltt Itrunk fom
the auoiliMt of j
... v mlw mly,Hl imn-h In.
rr; .v. " iww
wayue I Urn Umn
wmr r LUoklamutwra,
fthe8i(e NVinHlMi,Kl, kft l.wlny
mauviHi a reunion ami
innerorKm.luUlu Oon, Waali
ium aim i,iah,s from I larval
"HH'K " lner will Ik Riven at
e nou4 itrtland, and will un
ununuMy tw a fc.ry i),.,valtU allnlr,
t'hark-a Km of IVrrydaW, wa
twu totluy pureliualug a oaket
m ivrry or ivrrydnle wlio
1 f "'"noiiK, H!e yettrs,
neiunerai wtii (h from the M li
vmin-ii ai ivrrj.iiiu, rtuuday, The
nwmwa leave one dntiKliter, Mm,
Wtlpky. lie wi Man Mouulnu
JiaR nr ll IwHl Meu'am wtmerH.W
k. . ti . ....
aii kan rw outml at Wheeler.
The White Htr Mllvr flour,' mmm
RU'inma by Klettwuu & t.'luWtlau. l
Hiwrantee.1 to t the vry Ut.
II. W. IhlelxeiL undent of the L
1. 1.. rvmht.t all ln-rwinx lutenstle! iu
!TViuHraiiea i'iUn work to meet at
the Momuouth ho4 hm , Haiurdny
w tutu, at tworeiiN'k p iu.
i mint. : -
At the 1'ieithytoriau ehureh next
.Suuday there will be eurvkx at the
uual hour, 11 a. m. aud T n. n. Hun
day aehool luiinedwtely after ntorutug
aerxlce. Prayer meeting tvery Wedue.
day jeveulng at 7, The Ladle Ml
alouary aotMy UHvt thl week with
Mra, Wheeler, ou Thurnda lvwm
her Hth at 8 p. M.
The umittl . aervlma will be held lu
tha ChtMlan churvh next HuiKlay
uminlug. Huuday wluwlat lOo'wdvk
mlloweU bf prvaebliig by the paotor
at U o'eloek. Ttw V. P. H. C K,
ooiivfix- atl, p, u. Hulijwl "lu Hm
Name." leader, MImi VMv ltoU-rUm
ImimHliately following thl wrvli,
the young people will render a very
pleasing mimical and literary prounmiue
iualead of ihe uunl nervW Thl wa
to haw Been given ln4 Huuday even.
tug, but 4 ioiutiuaiion of elrvuiii'
ttaiiee iualu It Imp.wtililc, henue the
riervkva at the fniigiVKutloim!
chuwhou Suudny were well alti'iided
Preach Ing ,.by the aittor both morning
ana eveniiu. . r, u, k. wa con-
ditiued by MIm JudMiu and wa prof
itable.. Mr. J A. eiHttit and Miwt L
lledgt were tNiptiwd and Mix A.J
(iooduiati united with thecliuMi. At
the evening service Mr. and Mr.
i-oiing mug - rno i nriitian hoih'" m
aduotU No preaching m-xt Huuday
aathepaUor will he at Dixie. .Sun
daychool at IU .o'clock aud V . P. H.
.:. R led ly Mlt Mary Collin at
Itev. J. Calm, of Vancouver liaptlut
church, preached here Hunday nioru
lug and even lug. The pntor A. J.
iluiimiker will be alwent from hlx nuU
pit ufrxt " Sunday but tterviee IU U'
lield by a minister from aUroad The
Uttpilnt 'Young People 1'uiou now
uumtjertHorty-nliio uh iiiUth and tlie
lexerel'ai laat ' Huuday evening, were
'very .Intereatiu'. Noxt Hunday the
.aubjert amlgne.1 1 "Uun venloti"Thur
day Ihe Ladle H nil" MMou tawlety
bokla ajuet'ling at Z o'.eiw-k and rU
:day afterifKn at 1 o'clock the li'lim
Alii itooiely meeti) ,
Juar Mtop ami tluuk, miiyf-ui pi-r
month, $1 doau and ft per un miIiiii.
iuterewt,, no taxea" My loin re nil
cleaml and levek, aud nt ten minute'
walk from the motor. You can get
w-iter within M feet. There na-houm.-ii
goitiK up rlglit a long, church,
school and nton cloe ty. Don't for
get Hint you buy right from tbe owner,
aud he will aeud you mui aud Infor
mation giving name of Portluud Inioi
nem ton 1 1 who have I ought. Just
think, a h't for ifr. W. Kkiht,
4UJ Flrnt Hln-et, U'twirii I'lne uud
Al, Portland, Oregon,
J. 1). Hurst, the well known miller
of Aurora, who recitly vMn-d Skinner
& Co' flouring li lit here, said: "You
have one of the nnmt complete and la-xt
etuii)ed mill that I have xeeu any
where; not a hit too miieli nmclilnery
audet plenty to do all the work. I
am not mirpriwnl to learn that your
Hour bear a gxxl reputation "
J. 1. " Jmiea travelling
agent fhr the Ho. Pac. H.
down ou today trai.
T. W, Stiver ha added a difn1r to
hi ofllcuj pd bcrenrter'tbu pulilic will
uot tm :oniielled .tin cramp lU'neck
through ii plgon-hole opening to do
Dualntiw with the railroad audit.-
Drt O. IX Butler hu Just acelved a
beautiful buijgy from the - cofvullls
wagon factory. It wa made to iirdcr,
1 extra narrow body, and the nui
tcriab'throiiKhout are mippoHed to Ik
the very beat . ' j
It. (jl. Mooru of Buena ViMttt,! lum
aold to Phillip Ncln & Co of Heat tJc, &
Eugene, hm 10,(HK) poumln or nopi ror
2)c a -'pound. Mr. -Moore lijlortni oh
tlifttaoo-'waV'thi very top price Uuat
Haturdny.'' He wIvIkI fannur IniMli-g
a good article of hop to hold tfiem ! for
a pru- not leu than. k. , ' j I
Lat ..Saturday while Jay IVmlng
hour to the Job
election tlckcta ,an
Hteani. hi baud Wa caught - between
the tympanum; "and dump board, uud
qultetieveroly crushed. FortunutOly ho
bone were broken.- lie came - irair
faintfug, thepatlu wuo Neycre.' ,
CharluH- Duvln, tha vcrwitile.cililhr
of the JournaV of Vcmouia, Oolu'ifiljjit
county, "caniel'u'on today trulri,,nd
ilnding the Wkht Hiik olllce" fimluid
with work, ami short handed, .'kindly
took off hi coat and lent a helping
hand' He Himiit Monday evcuingMi)
a viiry pleasant manner with a frlctid;
a'aludent at Monmouth. May ue;ev
' Dr. A.-B. Olllls of tho PoHt-gniduiite,
f Hal achool or iNcw ork, wno i
for the United State and, I expected
to arrive lit Independence about Doc.
JWtlf and will remain Here evunu
week. He was u f'ellow-Hludont Willi
Dr. T.J.Lee in Now York, and will
occupy lii olllce while here. Ill
- me and the ihroU
The next gentlenmn youniwl Jat bxik
roneawhy be looko im-hI and you
will Itnd Unit he get Ida Wnhlng done
at the Independence tem lamiilry,
Flour, bran, hori, (iwhiuii, uerniea,
delivered rce fiMiu the White Hkr itiltm
lave order at any ghnnry iuie,
"No laundry eau hold a candle to i lie
work done by iiiu" mvi K. M. ihu,
of the Independence Itiiiudry,
Freh lUh every Tuemlay uud Krtdny
lee every day at 1J ci-iiIh. 1. It. lto,d
ton, opHwlto Kuv lifry.
There are inatiy way to eiHinouiUe
but It I pmtr policy Ut wear wlletl
clothing when lheliuitt lani dry w I I
do work o cheaply, '
Iteail our oiler to paid up MiMCrlhetH
Mr. C.d.CiNid UvlNliiii)! rv-lulU a
J.., mieHu en tor lorvulli on
hiiflnewi today, f
Jiwluia .Mclitinlel or Itlekreiill wu
iu town today. "
i'.d I ove, ttio lurd irtiuud nop
grower, Waal it town halay.
1 .nylon Hmltli, uoi Imnted at Juiii
(ton city, wa In towu hhly.
I lie llllaut ou oft red M'Hiredled III
thl city Tuvadny, Hxvaitwrtlth.
Ab Palmer, of Hnlriu; In over from
Hateui vlaltliig hi ilioinliler, Mm. II.
U. Cor. :
Born In lialla, TuMtiy, IkHvnda-r,
the Uth to the wife nf j. U Colin, a
The Indefatigable rtler, Htephen
Hlnalat here thl ek rutiiiig for
1, W, Hear, th Mjirim'titatlve of
the Polk li. Uindl o.iii Alet'oy, w
iu tow n ttHlay, I
II B. ThleU'ii and wife came tip on
the morning train, reunilug on the
ftoriiooii, vbitiutt ani attending to
bilnluewi 111 the Interim
The city eleetlou paled otf quietly,
Uood iiten were lu the illeld on Uuh
ticket, and only half iiuld be eleu'lvtl.
We give th.i full rvtufu lu another
Mr. N. A, tlailltou and two
Intighler and Ml II raw (VoTuum,
returning to their hone at Itumlng
ton, leaving the lion of Ml Patle
Cooter totlny, where they Iiave teen
Quite a mmiber tf tha friend "f
Iiomc taking part iu jnele Jooh Whit.
comb, lll aH!.npdy them to Cot
valll Friday. T' Agricultural
college, wagou faetorjetc, will la vlltei
ty the party. j
It wa decided ydlenhiy Hint the
comedy of t'netel Joh Whltcoiuhj
would l pnwelitwl'at t'orvalll I ri-
lay night' II. Hirf hlwrg the banker,
wiet one of the prticlpnl ill iver in
having the omipai
and be and It, F.
to m ike all arraugt
play at Corvaill",
ireh left Monthly
unit net")ary to
prtwetit the play lul
he ocra bouw at
Dr. K.. Youu
NewUrg, ha lo
and dentist, late
The doctor come
Hit ofllee I uv
The graham diiiiuftielured hy the
White Htarto.lej mill i of extra uual
ity. Try It. J
1 be collar ai
cuftit atarehett aud
irouml by the
ire a white am
glowy a ivory. A
rt 1 huir a in I'l'
Well waxlied '
There I not!
ng nicer man a nice
the nice young man
ttlwny get h
witling doitt) at ilie
mm laundry." '
Not nn cui
hiiu In town.
Win Bradry f Parker, wa lu
py f t'arker, wa
Mr. Hineliir, nee Trude Hcll'ieniun
wliime home f In Portland, I veiling
her purcutit li re.
Mlw Mlnijc Webber, now living lu
Hentilc, caul! home today ami will
vmlt with hr imrclit here for ft few
The Indf of, the Congregational
hureh areoakliig cxtciwivo prepara
tion for tlfir fair Friday and Hutur-
Uei-ov lliru. the hlngle man or
Falln cilv ftvan lu towu to-day, aud
renorU tlife very hard at fall city,
nittiiy off the liUMlnea men having
been coiiellcd to make alignment.
A. W. Hit ton of Portland, an old
time frltVid of It. Hhclly, wu m town
KhIu.v, if id lite Indication are that he
will lln jNouiL'thiiig to do and locale
u 'IiidriK'iidence. ' Ho I a man of
HpMulld bualiiea ability, and we wel
A very plcaaut Candy Party wiih
glvt ii lnt night by Dr. O. D. Butler,
nil wile, In ' their new and cicgaol
home on Moiiiuoutli aiul 4th ntreet. A
k-ct company of the Intimate friend
of I lie doctor wa delightfully enter
tained until u lute hour,
Tlic Mlnne Anna f lionipHtiii of The
Dalle, Joio Daley of ,Atorla, ami
Ulrdie Anidyn of Aloany, bid tiicir
friend" MIh KaW.Oriint good-bye a
he left for her Antorla home to-day,
. . . i . ,.r.. .... ..m.. ..
all'l paid Uie mm' onus ttiiiuc n
und were lioWii the operation oi
prlutliig a uowapupur. , ', -?
The Baptlat .Young People Union
of tlii city, will give an entertain-
ui'ent . Huuday evening Due. SHU,
which will be a Thunk olt'crlng to
foreign miMHloiiH. ' No adnilttnion will
bcl'.liuwd but every one allcndiug If
expected to donate aoinoUilug,- If only
once to the good ciiiihc.
C; 0. Flabcr, ft recent realdeut ol
Mon mom li, In fact hi family relde
there now, liar been In tbe mining
biihliicH in northern Culilbnilu'for
tLe piiMt. cvcnd nioiitli. Ho Iiiih
returned lionio'ftiid' reirta three feet
(fHiiow In thoBiakyou, near tliutuic
line, where he ha hi .claim. He Hay
pnmpect uro very good Indeed for -a
icli lend of gold bearing qunru.
Monduy night it wu current ou,tlie
. i J..t . .1
Htroet that our enurgcuo young irieuu
It, F, Hi'tieb Jr bad been elected city
recorder by seven vote When the
Vuht Hiiik came to count the olllolul
relill'iiH for puhllcatloll, Which have
lint Vi)t been calivaMHiid, Uoo, W. itot'd
wa 'found to liavc 140 vote and B F.
, (Urn w.
llureli Jr, only 1,'tn, 111 very cIomo
vole all aroiiml, ,
L. W, Vuiiiiortwlck ha moved to
Alliiiny with hi family, and I lu the
ImrlH'r liiiiueH there, j, Bacon, who
Iiiih bccit living below town It moved
Into the hoiKO vacated,
N, -. Tartar nf IVedi w w doing
hul lie here tiMlay, lfeay noon
I willing to In. thep wlinaxicr I the
I'eiiM'in liny have no ntullloe. -
Tliad LueiiM, of Itlekiviill, liecame the
fnlherofa Hoe Uiy hint week.
MIm Klc Tatoiu left today tovbdt
her lU'r, Mr. J. F. (Irovw, at Dalla.
' Allen lleanier ha N'luriied from Me
Miiiiivllle ami ay Im ha not yet fully
ileterinliiisl to loeale lliere,
Attend the uiietl'in of the T. W
lte' stiM'k Saturday nfteruiHiii and
evening, atitt every evening next week,
Mi Mary Dcl.luu, nf Portland, (and
berluiHliiMidi, will vUlt her oltl friend
Mm. Dr, Builcr, arriving here toiuor-
1'.. W. CooHr and II I),, came In
Iroin HnrrUburg hidiiy, We may aoon
look for K. V, CKtH'r to reide here
A, J, Wound, living npolt Imle-
IK'iitieiiee, ha raUd 'A) lou uf varmta
1 1 tint aere on hi rich Uittoiu laud,
He nell them for IH.iiO a hm.
(I W. Hiiyder.t he editor of Ihe bright
uud ncwy Trauacrlnt, at Dulla. wa
ii town today, riiMtilug for buttlm
,ind gi'ttlug Utter actpmiiiled with our
Ail arrangviueiit hnv lavn mm-
pleled for the Bed Men' Mak Ball,
Friday evening, Dec. huh. Prof.
Hebilng'a orchetttrn will furiUli the
niiixle. ' HH-lnior will Ut charged ail
adiiiMoti f, of aUceaeli. and ikw! live
ly w 111 not ho allowed U dance.
tM I.K JOSH.
lu -titittlvur 1'rtn.vuUllu Wltlrh tint. lit.
Very tlx l!afHluN.
Friday and Haiurdny evelllngaof
btt week, the I'lieltt Jtwll WblUxiuib
comedy wa prewi'iited luexwlleut tyle
t the opor, htni Imre, hi large
niidlt'inv.. The play wa a great tuv
iviw, I dele J twli I a ew t'.liglnml
farmer, who hoc dnu to Bolon to
tell hi pumpklu, and uuvt rich rela
tlvevtbere ami liUexperlwucea iu city
life are laughable lu ihe extreme. Will
II. PatterwHi actt tlie farmer to oer-
tlnii, and ket'i the audience con-
vuImkI with hi ipialut ud eiimleal
wa. B. F. Biirehlr. the rMi cllv
friend and Miwt lle ItoUtrtMoii a
wealiny uud reigning U-lle, whom
Huri'h nfterwurdH umrrie, dltl exceed
nigiy well. Blulr Miller took the part
of Mr. Dolby, from "II . I.I lliuglaud"
unl wa will ad iptcd In It. Ml Ma
Kile undo a vtry cute city aired-
4weeper,aod Cl iw Irvl ie the catliler,
w bo 11 oel ly murrie her, w hi le null ng hi
llin well, lacked warmth In the part
jf the act where ihe young My throw
iierttelfiiiUi hi arm. A mtn may then
li exeutl If he look more than
ordlnnily pleatt. Mia Nettle 1 1 rave,
4 ine cotpteue rhHii iiiwtou, more
than ili)tiin-d theauttleuee,heattractH
litem, am) her vocal olo wa exwul-
iiigly well reu lered. Ml 1 1 rave
alo did well iu the dying aceiio,
MIm lvlnn lliutin inmle tbe very miwt
of her p irt of Aunt Tilda, ami Hcott
Itoughary, I nele Cy agml hi), always
brought down the houw when he ald
"1 go where Tilda gt.' Frank Hall
a a Hlierill', and lc Paileoum u the
drunkard hud minor pnrt but aeted
theiuwell, Wartl WclitK'r, the Uh(
blaek and ill ai I kit, wk tlioroiis'bly
at hoiiii). in I'.t. t tliu (illy witwell
cant autleaeti ludividval actor whowed
talent ami c mtful training.
' Tiie gr promitd the two evening
were over f-1Mi,
fiiit uiiihIc by I'r.tf'wtir He'trlug
orchestra, of m-Veii ilee, tlld milch Ul
inieivnl tlie iu lieiitM betWtteii aet aud
tin; aulectbin wore vry Unit, and
Hniliilly ltriutl,l hy Teli'irHi'li lo Ihu
HVI Miile, Tlinrttluj N.i.tit, by the
tiimaiitrelul llitvlt-w, of
VViiKAT.At present the Hlliiullon
I no depn.-HHt-tl and lmiclive, that
although tnerc are iiumeroii dclrnble
vem-l lu Kirl tillering lo work bul
ne ut low rate, but ft very limited
hinducM ha triumilred during the
week, and lu the Inactive condlilouof
lb trade, (imitation are lieotwaiirlly
hugely nominal lu churaclcr, ranging
at rioiii 1.I"J to (1,1.11 ht 'cental for
bent flipping grade.
Oat. The feeling ha continued
weak throughout, and lower price
have beeu generally t'Xieclvd but
owing to Ihe llglitne of receipt Ihe
tleclliie im not iiliiouutud to over
I cent per biinlicl, t'boice feed ollciv
lug ure Hiniill uud tiuii ready ale ut
iilmut 4 ) cent pel burthcl, with tjtlotn
lion ranging downward, a to
ttiauily, to 4u
IIahlkV. The ; movement I a very
((Uieloue ami there cull hurdly be Mild
10 tic any market hero. (Quotation
are merely nominal ami reprencut-bld
rather than Hide. Brewing I.(K)(W
$l.l).r per cental, feed IIO(n;(ttJ.
lloi'M. UilcriiigH mo auld' to bo on
(lie IncieuHt! bin more to tint the
market ruiber tliuii to hcII . a, holder
ai'CHlow to uceept the Hltllutloti, and
accept reduced price which ;buyem
now tender naming 20c per puuiid, n
an ouiHldc llguro for n strictly choice
article, Uuoie fair to choice Klaic
per pound, i ; , , ,
l'oTATOiM. There 1 only a fair
supply of bent vurio lies on the market,
and for lime full price arc obtainable.
Uuoio lunge of market for fair to choice
676o per auck. Homo aotH) ack
went to Hail FrauclHco huit week but
11 Im not thought the ulilpiucnt will
Wool, -Very little dcuuuid and the
movement in , of liglit proportion,
iplnlc l.V:; lc
Hutthk. The market bus a atroiig
tone on choice tabic article which
which I only lu moderate supply
aud about equal -normal demand,
luotu fancy creamery li''Mu per
pound, choice dairy iffJfetfOe, fair to
good (gillie, common 15(yl7jo,
Kuiih Oregon froeh rauch urc
held llrmly at 3oc per dozen, and there
i only u moderate itupply on the
market. KuhIcNI ul'e plcllilful ut 2o(ti)
27lc per dozen, .
Newsy Notes from the Several
T,.,..Hd l. h.. r'.,.. ...
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WHAT (Hit PHOPI.K AHK lUINJ.
Oirtill Court I kiwla l llullw-t C;l
t.ulj h4 Hflm Klw t lrll-llr.
wll ltitm rroM Hrkr tt tHImr fululm
Win. Mercer, pMprletor of tha Hotel
Holtuau,hii auld out to Mr, McDonald,
T. A. Farley, of lid City, thl week
lout a nine tliree-year-old Itiaiigtiratloii
colt by bteaklug It uoek lu aome way,
John Ouualdou,aHwede, working on
the narrow gugiie broke hi leg Thura-
day, anil wa taken to the oompaiiy'i
hiMplial at Portland, ( ,
C. W, Hmllli la at work on tbe ua-
Mtiueiit Mil for tho ue of the aherlir.
He ha Jut tluUhed one for theatate
lioird uf etpiallxallon. w
(HI Hm it b I vbtltlng hi parent,
Mr, aud Mm. J, D, Hiullh, here. He
ha Ua-n for two year operutor aud
agent at Unintllla Junction,,
11. IU. Turner aud Hanly Holman
have U-eii at FalU'Clly taking an In
voice uf the general inerchiuidUe atore
ofj. H. Michel! that.,waattachml by
numerou Portlaud creditor.
Bid will be advrriUel for by the
county inurt for the printing of 2,tkt
legal blank for the ue of the clerk.
All work ben'ufler will be let to the
IowcmI bhler lu the county, aud none
be let lo outside firm, .
The following buiue wa dmpoaed
of hy Judge Hurch ttwbiy: In the
matter of the twlnte of H, H, Wblleinaii,
ortleml that $17(1 US for H-roual prop
erty, bo et altlw for the uw of the
widow, Ordered Unit deed be
executed to H, Hhcdd and J C, Kramer
for certain lamU,
The following ollleer. were elected
Jy Aliwworth Chapter No, 17, It A.
M WedncwUy evening: V.d Diddle,
It. I", N.L. Butler, king; It C. Craven.
acrlhejC. C. Ikiughty, aeontlary; Wiu.
Fault, tmwurer; Ik T.1 Manon, Cof H;
N, F. Ongg. P. H; M. F. Percival, It
A. C; I). H. Mclhtiiald, U. M. t Vj
A.W. Fowler, U. M." !iud V; J. A.
OibNon.U L 11 Vi H C, Faull,eiincl,
The following oltleer were elected
by the K. 0. T, M'a. at hielr met ting
Thuriliiy night, for the next lx
nioiitli; Commander IL 11. Turner,
Lt. Com. J. 11. Lawton; rwonl keer
J. H. Auhhwugh; Anaiice ktM-r, II.
Iliilmun; elinplNlu, li. F. Mumilt;
Kcrgeaut, I'. I Hhaw; phylelnn, Chaw.
lllneMjmwtit-r-itt-itrum, Imv Htone; llrwt
gmtril, Hen Conkeyj wetinil guanl, I.
N. Wo.l; euiluel, Will Hurle; picket,
T A Farley, Janitor, I. N . Wtl. '
The fit hill near here are oouverwl
with auow, 1
M.Kcrllord wa doing Undue lu
Ml Nullle llarrl will wnd a few
moiiili In Huleui vUltlug her frieml.
Mini Leter, of Moumoulh, eut
Huuday wllli Mr.MvKldow uey family.
Mi Lena Hlltlhrand, nf Ihe Hacml
Heart Academy, wa vlltlug her
parent thl week.
Mlw Kinina Hteele I reported julte
III aud no Mier at thl wrlllug. Dr.
A lllug Reboot ha been orgaiiicd
at F.lklu ncbotil hiiut for the U'tivllt
of the young folk aud i well attended.
(.-ha. Weier eltwetl a aucceunful
three tnoiith kcIkmiI at the Klklna
Mthool hoiiHe.Frlday WV are Informed
tlntt Mr, Wenter will teach the xprlng
term of KchtKil,
Albert Tel lierow uu't with an a
cldent one day iut week. While drlv.
lug fiom Independence hi borne
Ucoine acared and took a lively pl(i
breaking hi buggy Into utoiu but we
are gliel to nay Albert (tame out all
C. W, Smith will act a deputy
county clerk while court I In aetwlou.
Heven more oauee have Umiii inldcd to
the circuit court dtket a, follow:
Cluggct tk Chain lien v Ben llityden,
appeal from Juutlce court. J. VV. Hill
va K. C. Merrill, apieid from Jitlce
court. K. Pallerarni v Cluw. Hoover,
appul fiom limtlce court. F. K. Hub
hard, ttM"lgiiincnt. O. W. Grlgg v
W. F. Shurtleir, action at law, (). It.
AN. Co. va 0AC.lt. H- Co. and K.
Cnltron, Mill for eiuotmeiit. ....
Mr, Blauchard an oldtlme realdeut,
of Dalla, where ahe will be remeni-
U'red ii the popular landlady of tho
old Dalla hold, died of typhoid fever
at hur residence In BrownuvllleruiHmtly,
nged aUmt 6() year.
F, K. Hubbard, of Fall City, hu
Hindu' an alignment for the benefit of
creditor, and J. W, Crlder, ofDallua,
nittned a iliwiguee, ..'. ";u
- lmllim, '
Dr. Kyle, of Balcm, ' ha been here
for several day.. He i reprcHCiiting
tbe Oregon Hedge Company, .... u
Judge Burch traiiHiicted the follow
ing IiiihIiichh hi county court to day:
Iu the matter of the guurdlniiHlilp of
Lucia M., Uruce uud Ada A. Whitman,
bond filed, uppriived. Iu the uiuttur
of the esiutt) of J. K. Murphy prayer of
petition to nell real property grouted
and order niiule t iHue.
The city council will meet toequiillze
the tux of all peiHoim bo desliing im
tba Wtb of December, ; , ,
Sam IllchardHon, John Carson, W.
II. Holman aud Geo, Bingham are
attending court from Salem.
Alrlltt. ..i,' , .
be a CbrlHlmu tree
Dave Orr, of BoIho City, Idaho, In
visiting old time friend lu thi vicinity.
CIichh MorrlHou and family have
moved Into the house recently built by
J, M. HimpHon, uud will put out ten
acre of hop, ."
The family of J. II.- Cochran, the
school teacher who diHitppeiired ho
mytiicrloiialy, received a loiter from
him a few day ago, which Hinted llitu
he wa lu giNxl heallli,
i Doc Witwiu believe "to the victor
f ,tm yw MK)lU, therefore b will
'rn ih iH.iomoe over to Hatting
I Bro. the ftrt of the year. Tlilaoffiea
J t.v about ehriit bit lair ouarler.
a- - - '
H, H. Kiiiitll and Clay McTlininond
are gelling hp a coyote Umuiy fund,
which will greatly revive the old tport
or chal ug them again. All aheep men
will undoubtedly give the amnll um
aked, which It only 25 cent.
N. Tarter baa beeu engaged lo tuk
charge nf the ehool at thl place the
tlrat of January, and will teach a alx
intuit Im bTiu, Mr. Tarter Und
among the beat Ueulier of Polk county,
ami the director did well to get him
Mr. aud Mr. J. 0, HlaaU Invited
about thirty of their frieml In Monday
evening to help dlx of birthday
cake, etc. The evening, and we might
add, all night, wa imait pk'aaantly
"pent In game, danelng, etc Bill W
and Iwuie H ate tbdr hare of the
" goodie.' ana were alive at liwt
The Tahunge Milting Co, are getting
wheat her thla week.
Tlioma BtKiihhy and family, from
up the Lucklamute, wore vUltlng
friend and relative In towu thl wet k
Neliw 4 Co. have bought Moor Bro.
lio, nttur Biieua Vutia, and are flip
ping Iheiii to Cluclnuatl, Ohio, via
Frank Blgclow, killed at Cornelia
Mouduy by the 8. P. freight train, wa
a couhIu by marriage to our towiwuiau
o. C. Boiler. '
Wm, Fiiiiua I having cholee local
die ou hi farm, grubbed and cleared
preparatory to planting boji. Mr,
r utpm and hi foreman Can Kaytare
There I a protracted meeting under
way aibiiver. Itov. Flaher, of Albany,
w at the helm of religion doctrlue aud
Uie way he (Hike the prow of hi plr-
itual boat aiutMigMt the audience la a
cautiuu to a auluon bum (ouranlf). He
ha Impaled acveral, who will take the
Tlie weary houewlfebould Uke the
u etled nt thl. week by aeudlug all
her waNidug to tbe lauudry aud ee
how idee il la, aud o cheap too.
Family wuhiug 1 done at low rate
by the Iudeiemleuce lauudry
Mauler Che Hall of Well, hi vWtr
lug kindred at thl place.,
Dr. il. B. Htaukty of Dalla, waa in
town Weduewlay ou buaine.
Mvlvlu I ail amlkta, the rwult U-Ing
a Uiy, wb Icti waa Uirn Deo. Ut. v
The lilerary aoelety luecU every Hat-
unlay evening liiMtead of every two
week. , ' ..' ',
mi w. it nail or uroMtou I re
ported a U'lug very low wiih con
uuiutiou. - . .
MtKire Bnat" panned through town
Moinlitv tukiug their hop to Parker
ft)f Hlllplliellt '
There will lie an entertainment given
by the Buena VUla acluad tlie IMtb of
l A few wared lxy In thl part of the
country the nwull la-lug court week.
Look out Uyl
Mr. and Mr. Joale Miller nf thl
place weul to Salem Monday, be having
taken hi hi)i there.
Dr, Locke took hi departure from
her Itial Halunlay to Portland, where
he exMi'U to make hi future home.
Monday, Nov. 6 occurred the election
of onloer for the City of Independence.
The democrat aud republicans had
nominated full and wellaelected llcket,
and the couUtwa clone. We here
with give the vote by wrd:
NUYtt. ' i;A,li!
A. Vfllfltll . '. iS Ml!
I.. (', (llltnora . J), 67 'M.ll
llett. W. IUh ...
.-mi m jn
. 4.1. IU.ll 1
II. K, lltin-ll, Jr,.
.Ittltii UlflmrtlKiii .,..,..mal K 'JO
K. T. HfiiKle .... .,.... ftliHl
Mkmiiv , I 1 I 1 1
k. r, Mr ..i. 'ioi m!
Il, A. hllllrr ,.,..H; 1X.U.SI
, I), Irvliin .... 7t!
w, K, laxMiei m
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To . thtwe whom It may concern.
All thoHc knowing , tlieiiiwlveH In
dehti'dto MiftA. Muwulny, will pleaae
romii forward ami' attlo np U-fore
the flint of January.' and 'oblige, your
evapect hilly, '
Notice I hereby given that the part uer
blp lierctofore exlMtlng under ihe Arm
name of Cooper it Blopor, has bveu this
day diMHulved. , Mn. Viola Hloier uo
cecd to "the linn, who will pay ull
claim and collect all account.
' C. L, Coot'KK,
V Viola Suipkii.
. Independence, Nov. 80, 1802. ' 4t
1 I.Hlt NulllKI.
Alt peinoiis knowing themselves In
debted to us will beure add make set
tlcmciit by January 1st, 1898. If this
I not done, cents will follow. Hcttle
with tlie undersigned at once. .
J. It N. Beu.4 Son, .
liulciciideni, Or., Deo. 2nd, 181)2.
n4:u - ..:'...; -.. '-.;; -
Nnllue to Htovklioldvr.
The unnuiil meeting of .the Inde
pendence Water and Electric Light
Company, will be held at the Inde
pendence National bank, on January
Willi 181)11, at 7 p. m. for the purpose of
electing ollleer fur the ensuing year,
and such other huisueas as may oonie
before the nieetlug.
. . H. H. Jahi'erbon.
TvV '' '.,'.' .;.:".:', f Secretary,
I'rnitiiiineeil Hnpleu, Yet Raved. '
From a letter written by Mm. Ada E.
I lurd, of Qroton,8. D., we quote: "Was
taken with a bad cold, which settled
on ipy lungs, cough set in aud finally
terminated in consumption. Four doc
tors gave uie up saying I could live
but a short time, I guvo myself up to
my Haviour, determined If I could not
slay with Uiy friend on earth, I would
meet my almcut ones above. My hus
band was advised to get Dr. King's
Una, Ortfoa, W.
A Iboiuunb builnw mining ichoal, Endurwd
Fiv Departments: liutinest, Shorthand, Typewritiiig,Penmanship,EngIUh
arhoollBWMl..ltlh..itllr....f, Htu.lnn .itinlllH t ny Hm.. f Hlni;ul,i!oillltillnliiforilliu,tr
New Dlaoovery for onnmptlon,euglia
and cold. 1 gave It a trial, took In all
eight bottle ;lt but cured me and thank
Uod I am now well and hearty
woman." Trial bottle free at any
drug atore, regular nine, 60o aud 1 1. 00,
There will be a meeting of tbe atock-
holder of tha Firut Nutlonal Bank of
Independence, Polk county, Oregon,
on Tueuday, January 10, Wm, at tha
parlor of the bank, between tbe hour
of 10 o'clock a, in, and 4 o'clock p. m.
of aald day, for the purpoan of electing
director for theetiuing year aud tran
secting any other buluea that may
come before them. .
Dated thi Nth day of December, A. D.
112,. . W. II-Hawikv,
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Notice la hereby given to the atock
holder of tbe Iudcieudence and
Moumoutb Hallway Company, that
the regular annual meeting for the
election of officer of aaid oompuny
will be held at the Independence
National Bank, oo Haturday Decern
berSUt, Wtt, and for Uie trauauctlon
of auch other bunlueu aa may come
before the boue.
W. P. Cox saw ay,
Indciendeuc, Or. Deo. 7, lMiiJ.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS,
Notice U hereby given to the stock
bolder of the I'ulk County Lund Com
panv, that tbe regular auuual meet-
lug for tlie election of oflloer of aaid
company, and Iraiiaactlon of auch
other buiuea may come before- the
meeting. "Ill be held at room of
the Indepeude lice National Hunk, ou
Haturday, Decembers!, 1HU1
Iudependeuoe, Or, Dec. 7, lwi
THE SlUAB ltKET INDISTIIV.
A clear and oonelite statement of the
lament conferred by tbe McKiulcy bill
upou the beet sugar Industry i af
forded lu a Couuuuiiicatiou addreNMcd
bylleiuyT. Oxuard of the Woatern
Sugar ltelliilngCouipauy to Heeretary
Huxk. It wa written from Uruiid
Island Neb., under dale of November 7
1HII1, and coutidu the following tatc-
I eateem lt a pleaure and an honor
to be abk to write a few word briefly
regarding the development of the Ut'l-
augar Industry and the condition iu
w men it exist m ine u niieti Male to
day. Tlie beet-nugar industry ha
become well established iu Kuropc
only wilhiu the lat half century aud
ha Uatonie a gn-at factor In the world'
sugar supply within tbe past llfieen
yeai. ao lliat today mure uugar I pro
duced from beet than from all the
other sugar-producing plant of the
world combined, Thla result ha beeu
brought aUiut within the last fifty
year by tho governments of Kuroira
cUtetly Uermany aud Frauce, Riilisitli,-
Ing ana euiHHiraging tlie prtHluctlon or
tugar to such au extent aa lo diminiah
Uie price oi (lie article al least oue-lialt
what It wa ten year ago. The Culled
HlatcH, a you well know, baa, withlu
the past year, by a wise provision of the
AleKiiilev hill, ollered a Uiuniy of two
cent per pound for a llmltod t1imI for
all augur prtaluiwd iu tlie United State,
and by following tlie example or Uer
many and Frauce can soon hope to t
oome liidcpendcut of tlie rent of the
world for the wupply uf It sugar,
thereby keeping ut home mime hun
dred of millions of dollar sent abroad
annual! to enrich the farmer ami
manufacturer of foreign countries.
The two cents given iu the shuie of a
boiiuty by the Culled State govern
ment take the place ol the two
cent which formerly existed as a
tariff ou the Importation of sugur.
1'bo result of till legislation is Unit
the price of sugar since the .aw went
Into effect ha fallen 2 r cent a unuid
Uie consumer paying just 2 cents lo
than a year ago, and at tlie same time
the developemeiit of the home in
dustry bas not been sacrificed, but
eucourged, and that is uot the only
bnerlt we slia'l derive, a each factory
similar to the one we have built here
mean an outlay of about half a million
dollars, and the United States,, will re-
Hilre about a thousand of audi fuo-
tories to supply it with sugar lu UK).
The building of these factories will
startup the coal and Irou mines a well
a ' Uie niacmue snops nil over un
united Suites, giving employment
directly to thousauda and give a far
greater Impetus to our irat burn! pros
(H'rlty thnu could tie obtuiueil iu any
other channel. We will also give our
farmers au opportunity to diversify
their crops, ami we all know the ad
vantage to be derived trom mat source.
Under the old tarilF the Industry
never thrived, but with the stimulus
of the bounty within the paat eight
months beet sugar factories have
started, or are about to tie started, all
over Ihe United Mates. At least
twenty Htatos- are, in my opinion,
weli adapted to the sugar beet. We
have the soil, climate aud capital
necessary to Ueome tlie greatest
Migur-prodiiclng con u try in the world,
and as sooii as we ave actpilrcd tlie
knowledge of the Industry which will
enable us to complete successfully
with those countries of Euroie, wit h
the aid of tbe stimulus given hy our
last Congress, we can hope to lend tlie
world lu the production of sugar in
the next fifteen or twenty years.
UONTlNOaU NHXT WKEK.
One Pure Baking Powder.
like Telling a Secret.
A story Is told and it is a true story that over seventy
per cent, of all the baking powders sold contain either alum .
or ammonia, and many of thesa po'V'lcrs contain both. The
ill effects upon tho system of food r ;ised by nlum or ammo
nia powders are the more dangerous because of their ir.r.idious
character. Jt would bo less dangerous for tho peoph W:ra it
fatal at once, for then such food won) it be avoided, but their
baneful action because imperceptible t first and slow in its
advances, is no lcs3 certain. ;
" ' '-Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is declared by all
authorities as free from alum, arnmi U or any other adul
terant Its purity has never been questioned, and while it
does finer and better work, it costs n? more at retail than
many of the adulterated powders.
I. 8tai,k. PtIiuIdiL
b, iIm bitln Mil Diulonal HMB tit ft ill A BTi.
The iollowmg programme will be
rendered by tbe Y. P. H. 0. E , at the
ChrlMluu church, next Huuday eve
ning; 1. Aiitliem,"Bct from Your Labor,"
2. Prayer, It. L Hhellcy.
8. Aiilhera, "Come Unb Me," Choir.
4. IieeluiiiHtlon, Kllle Itlcliartlson.
fiMale Ouartctte'Brlghtly Beam"
by Rioltl), Jlcamer, Hawley and Cxk,
u. Fitite aolo, Willis Hill.
7. Hi.orl talk by tb pastor. Hubject,
Fndea "or work.
H. Anthem, "The Lord I My Bhep-
. lb-citation, Ml Nettle Grave.
10. Jhielt, MImhcm ltose aud Lltle
11. Ocarluaaolo, C. P. Smith.
12 Quartette, Bell Family.
13. Duett, violin and organ, Fred
Hoo-r. Bessie Butler
14. &lule quartotte, Smith, Bcamer,
Hawley and Cook.
14. Huxaphoue solo. Fn-d Lucas,
10, DiM'tt, "Star of the East," Mis
(Jruvi- and W. H. Hawky.
17. Holo, selected, Bcv Sinlih.
JH, Cornet solo, Willis III.
Hi, Anthem, "prepaie o Meet Thy
Noalmllon, but nve-ccnf collection
will lw taken, Everybody invited,
Don't fait to read thl, and remem
ber that HnickUiu Heiikle have Just
brought au immense Hue ofblaukeut
aud uullt at a big bargain, aud arc
ready to give you the beat bargain
lu that Hue ever ollered lu thla city
A full sUiek of ladle coats, underwear,
dress good, notions, etc, etc Cheaper
than lue cheapest.
There 1 no place lu Oregon where a
better meal i served than at the res
taurant of WeMtaooUd Irwin. 271 Com
mercial trcet, Salem. Courteous al
ien mm, a nue meal, ana tbe popular
price of 25 ecu la, have made thi
House me lieiulitiurters of everyone
who ha occasion u dluo in Haleiu.
Htoekton & Heiikle aeli Helx'a.
Sell wall's, and C. M. Henderson' Chi
cago uiuuufacture of boot aud shoo.
hvery pair warrautcd lo give saUafae-
Hunny Home and Browusville cloth
ing, Uie Ul aud the cheunest lu the
slate, for sale by Htocklou it Heukie.
Three new The new nrealdcut, the
new customers, aud the new good dis
played ut W. iL Whucler'e.
Our new Christinas good are simply
ravishing. "Come und hike a view."
says W. IL Wheeler.
Caudles, uuU, oranges, lemons, ba-
uauas, grunt), cigar and tobacco at P.
"lib! Mamma! I want one of those
big dolls with such lovely hair, at
.. ... 'y $10 for an all-wool suit of Hap
py Home clothes al Htoekton A Ueu-
P. t.'. Pattersou has lust received
b'B M,'ply of fresh caudle of all kind.
The grand display of bolldav irood
al W. il. Wheeler's i asUintshing.
For the most choice confectionery.
go lo P. C. Patterson's.
Hugar Mouse syrup and Magnolia
drips, at the Bakery,
Maple syrup direct from Vermont,,
at the Bakery.
P. C. Patterson, the popular confec
Grass sect Is of all kinds, at tbe Bak
New Orleans Molasses, at the Bak
Ambrosial drips, at the B ikery.
W ANTKII.-Uoy, or from It to 18 nirol
Htm irurn Dm tuarblo and criuilte fullers
bi.-iiit'iut, as an miprt'utli'f, ror lenut and
wimiHiily " - W, MtiAdvins, lnd(ia-dt-iiiit.
r'ull SALE A jowl hnnte, I1C4 hands hlxh.
f.oniti'.aveyearitoltl, well iraliitHl, and will
hi wild ItirrMMh.or trHtltsl for wtsttl, hay or
ui Iter uiHrkt-iaUie Kootiii. Aiiily lor parUou
litrs iu U W. MuAdaiun, Indipndmie.
k'Oli 8AI.E A flue Imported Kentucky
link, four ypiintolil, ttflern hands IiIkIi, "d
In rfiKiil crintllllun ror iwrvliH). Will l auld
on eiwy tt-rins. or trail fur real estaie.
Kurther liiRirinallou may be obtained at Ihl
Kottcs. ot AstlvanienU
Notice Is hereby given that T. W.
Estea, of Independence, Polk county,
Oregon, did, ou the Hth day of Novem
Iht, lsn2, make an assignment for the
tietiellt of his creditors to the under
signed. Now, then, nil persons having
claims against said estate, arc hereby
notified to present the same under oath,
to me, ut Iudependeuoe, Oregon, with
in three months from tlie date of this
notlcc.alid all personsowing said estate
arc requested to make Immediate pay
ment lo 1110. J. It. COOl'KK,
Diitc.l Independence, Oregon, No
vcniUn 10th, IM)i 12-1U
Wliiitu llili? Millliiery at Cut,
Miss MacaUlay oilers to sell her en
tiro stock of millineiy gootls at cost.
Goods must be solt to make room for
her Immense spAng stock. Come
early as they are going like hot-cakes.
Will oiler this for one week only so
please bear this iu iniud.
All persons owing the lute firm of
Boiimcr & Craven will please call and
settle on or before Dec. 20, or tbe ac
count will be placed in the bands of a
collector. : We must have the money.