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About The Independence west side. (Independence, Or.) 18??-1891 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1893)
Mi WEST SIDE.
Uest Sid3 Publishing Cenapany
A II ...t.M .ltd dUtlh BtttlOM tkOt ftXM'
In dv Hum will b inwrtott fhm. All ovr
Bv lliiw will h cluum-il tv ;r tin
thwMy otntuwry rwolotlon. will l wrgwl
lur at U ntMof ttvcuu twr Una.
tUtftntam) at ths IMm til llldM
ta, Unm as MKwud-iM uiattor.
FRIDAY, MARCH 81, IW
The work ot a uualoru printing
iirnti la most womlorful. A It 1-
prowd quadruple eyltmlor prwm, has
Un built wtileu prtuta 00,000 copies
it hour. Nltit'ty thousand opK of
papvr per hour moans 1,600 enptat
uttuuto, which also tku twnlyllve
eoplM ewry second. ThU prww priuts,
cula, partes, folds, count aud deliver
72,000 elghtpage papers, six culuuia to
the page, each column averaging 1,800
wortls, lu oue hour, wblou Is equlva-
lnt ti l "DO a minute mid twenty
second. It dot' the same for ,000 Urn
or twelve-pae paper of similar si'
pase, also for 80,000 sixteen-page
papers, or 24,000 fourteen, twenty or
twHiitv-fuur tuiiro naiwra. Itofore till
press wu built the fastest presses In
the world were Hoe's tUatlruple pree
which turned out 4S,UOt) four, six or
elght-pnge papers an hour.
Thkhi U deposition to "poke fnu"
at the host of democratic otllce-swUer
now in Wanhlnirton, because of the
fact that the flntt limn appointed to
mluor puwltlou by the Cleveland ad
rululatratiou was a uogro. The negro
lu question was apiHiluted door-keeper
toUieoftlcenf the President' private
secretary. He held the same position
durluir the first Cleveland admlnis-
tratlon, aud his reappointment to very
cheering to the "back-uuuiuer," the
applicants who held ofllea under Mr.
Clevelaud before have been Jokingly
named. They retort by calling the
Hew atuilluauts "tenderfeet." The
crowd ban up to thla time teen In
jolly good humor, but what It will be
later remain to be seen.
The naniesof some half-duswii per-
aoua are canvassed for the district
Judgeship of the United States, But
there 1 one man among them who
ought not to be considered at all. His
name is R . Btrahan, aud hi ap
pointment would be a scandal and
nubllfl nibtfortune. The reasons for
this plain statement are ample.
Btrahan' habit and practice are such
that Preeident Cleveland, if he knew
him, would reject hi name with lu
Is anolofflzinii fur niUtake in for-
ruer lue, a Weatern editor say
They are Inexcusable, a all an editor
ha to do i to hunt new, clean roller,
net tyjic, sweep the floor, fold wr,
write wrapper, make paato, mall pa
pers, talk to vlwitor. ditribute tyt'
carry water, read proof, correct error,
hunt up the clor aud write editor
ials, dodtfe bill, dun dellniiieut aud
take cussing from everybody, aud tell
our subscriber thut we need moriey.
C. W. Mattoon wm In MoMlunvllle
ou buluw till week.
Mix Davit, t Normal wludent, left tor
her Salem home ou Thu nalay afternoon,
The frame work 1 up of J. D. ir-
lue'a new house near the Preb) Urlau
The railroad oomniliwlouor were very
much pleased with the hoapltable treat
ment they received while In imieea'
All the beat alugera ot Independence
are luvlted to be out Monday evening
How would a state musical contest
. Hhlndler, the IVrtland furniture
manufacturerwaalu town last Wedne-
ilny aud purchased several car load of
hard-wood lumber here.
J, M. Mitchell 1 going to run oppo
sition to l4ughary Uru. lu theolilckeu
bualneM a he haa built uhlcken yatd
ou the lot ()olnlng J. M.Vauduyn't
rceldeuoe en C street.
U. O. Strong ha been buily engaged
during the past week guttiug aehluken
yard lu shape at hi residence aud In
tend, we presume, supplying egg for
cookmg lu hi busiueaa of lke
C. U. Urlflk left ftr PoHlaud TUur-
day to buy additional machluery for the
tile factory, a he baa sold a one-third
intenwt to a geutlemaii from the Kast,
and the output of tle work I to be
Mix Alice Macaulay was looking her
prcttlcat aud so were her aasisUuU,
MUe Uurnette aud Itaouu, mi inura-
duy, the flmt day of her millinery ou
lug, Kueli au array of dal nty hat ana
bouueU fairly dawsled the ladle' eye,
and (conthleutliUly) are not k grettt a
paralyser on the meu ptKlet
might be x)eoted.
Hkvekal paper throughout the
etate are advocating the forming of
military companies In order to obtai
some of the $100,000 appropriation set
aside by the legiHluture. It is not
claimed thut the militia 1 particularly
needed, but on the idea "that if we
don't, the other fellow will." What
1 the mutter with a etute militia con
Onb of our exchanges says; "We do
not feel able to carry subscrilter who
do not pay In advance, mid must iimint
ujkid prepayment or atop sending
papers. Please renew or we mut live
unto the advance rule by striking
your uume ofr the lint." Tlione sent!
inent suit us exuctly.
Nature's Hurmt Ally.
If nature did not truggle agaliiHt
disease, even in weakly constitutions,
ewift indeed would be the course of a
malady to It futal termination.
While nature thu struggle let ub,
lest worse befull u, aid her effort
with Judlclou medicinal help. Ex
perience must be our guide In battle
with disease, and thut "lamp to our
feet" indicates lIotettcr' Htornach
Bitters a a safe, tried and thorough
ally of nature. I f the blood bo Infected
with bile, if the bowels and stomach
are Inactive, If the klduey lall toexpel
Impurities of which they are the
natural outlet a coure of the Bitter
lathe surest reliance of the sufferer,
one, moreover, thut 1 sanctioned by
professional Indorsement and use for
nearly half a century, No Ameiican
or foreign remedy has earned greater
distinction a a remedy for and pre
ventive of chronic liver complaint,
malaria, constipation, kidney and
fbeumutlo trouble and debility.
There I no nlace lu Oregon where
ltur meal l served than at the res
taurant of Westacott A Irwin, 271 Com
merelal treet. Halem. Courteous ftl-
i...,n..i. mm niMi. snu ui ooouiai
price or J cent, nave matte mar
house the headquarter; of everyou
who ha occasion lu uiue in oaiem.
Mr. M. Ikton give an elegant
chicken dinner every Hunday fori
Wall pier 10 ceut pr double roll,
3eud2-ceut stamp for sample Ad
dress. Keholleld A Morgan, 102 Third
taet, l'ortlaud, Ore.
tleo. A. Binlth. the atttirney, ha hi
oflloe lu the Inttepentlence National
Dr. 0. D. Butler ha hi ofllue in the
Dr. J.B. Johnson, the dentist, ha
hi office upstair In the Smith
Mitchell A Bnhamion have a very
complete planing mill on Main street
F. B. Lewis, who ha wild out hi
butcher business to the Hwrltng liros.
desire that all persons owing him
shnll settle up ou or before the flmt of
W. H. Craven A Co. the names
maker, employ skillful workmen, and
use only best material In their pro
duct. They have the eoufldenos- of
Sterling & Knott are the butchers
who give full weight, choice meuta,
and treat all their customer with cou
Messrs Wheeler A Clmlfelter, are the
only exclusive dealer In toy, fancy
good, book and stationery, In lude-
neiiclence. Hulwcrlotlou taken for
periodical the world over. Cigar,
tobacco and fruit.
' J. R. Cwiper, make brittle, and sells
brick at lowest market price.
Dr. Win. Tutom, dentist, ha neatly
fitted oflloe lu the Whlteaker building
on C Street, up talrs
Dr. H. A. Mulkey, whoe office are
in the O'Donnell brick, Udrawlngtecth
and drawing trade. He knows how to
David Craveu, the photographer, I
adding daily to hi collection of fine
When In Portland stay with host
Knowles, at the St. Charles hotel-
Samuel A. Crowell I the owner of
that well known high bred horse,
Pilot Lemont. See "ad" on front
The Monmouth motor line charges
only five cent for a trip to or from
M. T. Crow, up near the depot, has
facilities for doing hrst-cluss work in
the manufacture of uh and door.
Hubbard k Stoat do nearly all ihe
draylng In the clty.as they are very ac
commodating and prompt.
Pitts 4 Hlllard make a specialty of
horse shoeing, but also do general
Prescott A Venes, the lumlier man
ufucturcrs, have a large quantity of the
very tlnest mountain log on nana
They can (HI all order In short order
E. R. Case, the barter, make
specialty of tine ponipadourlug. Try
The Little Palace Hotel is recognized
by business men to he the proper place
Dr. C.E. Boyuton visit the lck at
Buena Vista, and vicinity.
Mr. L. Campbell, of this city, ha
opened a diessinaklng parlor on Mon'
W. H. Murphy, the Insurance agent,
Is perfectly reliable, and 1 always
ready to fill out application for tire In
A. B. Cherry is a vory skillful re
pairer of watches aud clock.
W. E, Ooodell deal exclusively In
boot and shoe, and can fit all, both
groat and small.
li Its Worrt rtrmlt"Ut4
ttis NMWksbl tff el Mood'l rM
srtlt In tttt foUowlW mm lllwti t
sown at thu dlla em U Uov4 al
u . lun Aid. htd A whit tWti
nm on kli right lr btow th kM,
Klk iinutMtltad ths asolwsstkUhl
Utu Uuctd lb iwtuian wnisa sis
AhAid ImaIt. bat did sot htkhMM
A CoaBrmed Cripple.
I wm shMl tst htm Jo PlsclsaAlt M
su spwsuoa. MpwlUwhti Inj would
Mnod'i SArMtsAfllls la onlM Ion as hi
MM, 3 sons ! ej bum i wj d
Jf.Xve t IraSo slsth soSS, sn'Slsehsff
uinf simwiiiiiiin"i ""
rrm th tut dow. Ihj wjtUn
!r monthib hd i''" sh of his lHA
I w Mw SMWisnUjr ss wU .,'
niwvod, W. Vfc
jtrot loot i AiothMO,
IOO Dom On Dollar
v TV T-T1 h
RitskcU for tke, vfj'
qutMlruplo plittetl, for p
J" a null fomlliwi nd J.
vjl'J Utrge fumliea, exquia- v
h R)y tie eigne 1 mid
Y benutifully ngmvl. .1
A pretty one for fl.00 W
1 a moat artistically de- fj
I igiietl Ittwket fur 17; J
llji'j midnmniflfntcr W
Ration in ailver for
f MBM BIOS )
W DrugglJtuiJowolers W
!L Indsatndtno Oroon
V. B. LKWIH, Prop.
Hightwt market price paid
for fat stock, beef, muttoti.veal,
pork, etc All bill must be settled
OPEN SUNDAYS FItOM 8 to 8 a. m
Fres DeliTerj to all parts of the Cii?.
-If so go to-
Wheeler & Clodfelter,
W. II. W heeler
Book, Stationery, Periodicals,
and other musical Instruments.
Indopondsne ' Orsgon
G. W. ShTnn
Prices as low as the low
est, and all work
WE ARE THE PEOPLE
Who do all our trading with
mu ft co
7 ... . v
They Have the Goods.
They Sell at Low Prices.
The Quality is Superior,
They are Accommodating
We do all our trading with
HELLEY. ALEXANDER f; CO.
School Books ?nd Stationery,
They keep everything called for
They will fill orders by mail or by
telephone. They keep pens, ink,
writing paper, in fact, a full line
in that department.
That Shelley, Alexander &, Co. fill pre
scriptlons at all hours of the day or night
and have an experienced pharmacist.
Thoroughbred Light Brahmas,
Bard Plymouth Rocks,
Silver Wyandottes, Brown Leghorns.
We hare welUelccted yard of the above hrced. New high-grade male blr
for the season.
Thl lur third year lu this business and we now have cgn for sale, and guar
antee satisfactory returns from same. wrPlUCEH HKASONABLE.
Farm--6 miles S. I of Monmouth. P. 0. Address-Independenc
Stilish Turnouts Alwavs In Readiness.
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. .... :.Li..,t...,.i n.u,. nr tii ntMt th demands 01
Jouiw. we ure now urowr uirimi ....... .- - -
the public as wo are nowjimamg mm v M T ir
ubaUntiul, improvewentH. Tiiub boarded by tho day or month.
Lm"J A TJX . ttn. h..w.n 8s.n .nd Falls OIV. .
ot-Ti l.rffrr......'..-., J. in 'rt IuliHil.ui fi' SHlmsis.in, rruui
S r.lB.'B W InU.iH.uUs.,0. ft,r Kail. Ultf st 4 p..u.
PETER COOK, Prop.
LITTLE PALACE HOTEL
Flrst-ol.ss in Every Respect Sample Rooms for Commorolal Travolora
JESSE T. WILKINS, Prop
Rates, $1.00 to $2.00 per. day.
OTK'B IH HEItKBY OIVKN THAT HV
I virl'IIViil ru uium " ----
tvoourtoftho .tateof umiin tor 1 ;lk
itv.ontlietliduy of Dsutniioer, iiw
vlll -til. nt uulillo auotlon, to H) niuoi
avr. OU HI. nriinnw. WWII...... ... ... -.
ooualy. between the Ileum o!9 o'e ue-k, A. M.,
ft'l owTiia VbiiI pwiiwirty" U. will lleliinlii.
FJ l5XriiK .utnoth . orlhwet eoritw ol
iSi" jl.ln U)wn.hl.H..tl. of mnw J .wo.l of
the willainslte murWIsa ornint of l'olk and
luTleof Oremm, IhtinciowHl 4B.HU ulmlim, tlieniio
nortU li i-liala t"m. wt ;ha In
Hherir Sale Undor Execution,
TVTOTtCK W HBHEBY GIVEN THAT BY
HUBa Olll IU HIO ummiv ww. ... ..... ...
Oreitou, fur l'olk onunty, on tlio 7tlidiiyof
dnrod and enrolled aad diwketcd In nuld olr.
liltroUUV nilllllf rnreunwHuwi w .,.
OOlltlon 1 Hill Willi lllllliuuu KM J "'1
diiHurlbod riwl pfoportyof Hitld K,r.8blnn and
HanillnsHlilna, lcln the eroiwrlf attached
In mild anUon.orsomuiih tworsof M niay be
.......... ... i. iA ...... (...nil. Th.
oontulnliiK im4 nuroH, more "''", A'
e folKiwIng premium Ui will "''"nlii
point iiio ,, , ,i" "
front ine norniwiwi-"... m ... ....-.
lot, In Hie town of Miminouth and run-
n ull tiiHiKXi imroi . w
Uimiiis Wt 17.W clmlil", tneims oath
Kill .IthSted lu the wnulfo! Polk and
m wild loin are numbered oh the BlaU of
John IS. Murphy addltliin lo Hie town ol
nninuth folk comity Oregon, Aleo the
north Imlfol bltiok No.U, an Bald blonk l (ten.
lunateu nu nuinuumu mi . -
mouth county of l'olk mid nutte f uniia
Htim of (fAM with Imoi'tmL thtireun at eight
nor oont. pit annum from the 6th day of re-
mwU Riitl rtlHlmrMinPhlH, and tho oohU oi and
upon Un writ, nam pnnnj iniui wwiunu
an follows. lo.witt LotuNo. 1 and 2, In b!ok
No. 21, ol Hi, iV i norp iowuui iuutfwUUUUlHi
ii. fiuun.ii aMuiKillnir in t.K nlu.t tir
NHId town H. 111! ill. in nio v.vi.. win, m
.eld ooiinly of Polk. Now, therefore, In pu
mianosof ifiiW JlldgiliPllt (! Writ of exeou.
at W &eopk at md day, at the frort doo of
.i -.. . ....... 1 ti..ll,.n ..llr iutntu IIh
not), 'tl at public autition. to the blvheNt bid-
l'iirlil, title and IninreHt of Hfitd (Ifftmdfliiu.nr
..Yi. 41 ..lA I. riM t.i t.i uln. tin tin
(111 III T I IillUlli 111 " W t il" K"
and all others who
will look to their
interests and buy
tep hi lacks and Carls
J. F. O'DOMELL
Urn street, - tepfece,
who, by a rcoeut ar
rangement, is now tho
and will carry the largest
antl most comploto line
implements ever brought
to Polk Co., including
Seeders, Drills, tied and Steel Plows,
Riding and Walking Cultivators
Planet Jr. Garden Drills :
Sulkey and Gang Plows
Ispeneall Potato Planters '
Disc, Lever, and Spring-tooth Harp
. M I .
The Celebrated BUSH
FORD WAGON, guar
anteed the beet and lightest-running
i i i
You will save money by
jwrchiuilng your agricul
fural hupleinout of
J. F. O'Donnell