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THE WEEK'S BUDGET,
What Our Kqioiter Finds of In
tcrest to Our Readers!
THE LOCAL AX1 tiKXKUAL NEWS.
Hasmtr, it Ik. Kvsafa, f 1st Wwk tt t( til
t Wllwt Kll.MMr Islorsal
Art ertoan newspapers uiily SOD,
. Mb Myrtle Lee la visiting frlemta
Mis Maggie Maoaulay . returned to
Portland, last week. ,
A male adult ha liiilf au ounce
iigai In hi blood.
Prof. P L, Campbell went to lort
land on Friday' train.
11 Youug atm-ln-law of f. flaxenM,
waa la town hud week.
A ten pound girl arrived at tli home
of 8, wwt, Thursday of last wk,
Mm. W. H. Craven Ift last Saturday
for Fortlaud to spend wk or an.
The war veeael Oregon It to be launch
d with appropriate cerenionle Oct. 28
MIm Ayera, of Monmouth, vm
passenger to Portland ou Friday's train
Tlio Llou county bank, Albany, ha
inula rrntiiroUMMitu to returns aoon
J. 0. Davidson aud wife, of Parker,
are visiting the Ex position at Portland
F. A ruler, of H, M, Vd
Co'.. wf In 1'orilaul Milt week ou
Last year there wc 1,800,000 slitep
beared lu Montana, mi luureasa of 83
per wut over the previous year.
Mwira Henderick A Ilrey have U
keu In for storage about (JO.UOO biwhels
of wheat aud oM at their warehouse
Mr. Bloper, living outh of town
left ou Saturday for Eastern Oregon
where she will vU.ll her father,
The pressure lan'l pressing quit at
bard at It waa. The only pressure In
towu seems tobeaboutJ. M. Vamluyn's
big bargain counters.
tiuudey veuiog, Oct. at the Hap-
Uitt church, will be held "llarvut
Houie"ei)tertaSuueiit wbloh promts
to be very luterealliig.
llutigvrlssnld to be the best sauce,
but lu order to enjoy it fully you ahould
take it with Mt-Kucheraii A hsuder-
cock' superb table clullcsilis,
According to the last eeneua there
re 110 women lawyer lu the Uulted
Btstc aud 105 wouieo ministers, aim)
150,000 women ftcbool teaelier.
A nervous old man from Enu Claire
Made a flying trip to the World' l air,
Where he s.ruck the plsisance,
Baw the Cairo street dauce,
And the guards bad to hold down his
Up at Monmouth lire Mr. aod Mr.
L. Lemons, who have a family of ten
children and ou Inst ISunJuy ani'ther
Utile Lenioa waa added, nuking eluveu
little Lemon In all. Who says you
cau't raise lemons In Oregon,
Last Saturday evening sever! ladles
and gentlemen wet I J the Odd Fellow'
ball aud proceeded to organize a tabec
ca Lodge, aud next fcSaiunlay evening
a full atteuduuoe of member I de-
After the boy stood on the burning
deck, awhile some one asked "where is
be?" and they found him lit Pink Pat
tersons, gutting more pianuta for a
nickel than a.iy other plure In towu.
itev. J. R Baldwin, who has moved
Into L. W. Mc Adams' In nine, complains
that he had all hi chickens excepting
three, stolen. The lose is severely felt,
as he bss an educated longing for yel
low legged chicken.
Jlfyou wish to secure a certain and
speedy result, when using Ayer't
garsaparilla, be careful In observing the
rule of health, or the benefit may be
returded. A fair and persistent trlul of
thl medicine never fulls, when the di
rections are followed.
On the 23d of this month the Union
Pacific will have apeclut day at the
World's Fair. The rale for a round
trip ticket to the World' Fair from
Portland Is now only $00.03, good for
one month from Oct. loth. M. O, Pot
ter, the agent here, reports a large sale
over this popular route.
Mrs. 8. C. Woods, of Dullos, has Iwen
elected as art teacher at the Normal
school, and will teach there the corn
ing year. She will also take pupils
from Independence. Humpies of her
work are to be seen at J. K Miller's
drug store, Monmouth, and reflect
credit to Mrs. Woods as an artist.
J. A, McLane, of Bucna Vlnta, sold
his hops lost week and the total
amount realized wua 13200. 8lx years
ago Mr. McLane enmo to Polk county
and was soon $3000 In debt, but this
year will have several hundreds of dol
lar out at Interest and no debts. He
I well pleased with thl section of
Dell Ireland left for Crook county
Sunday lost to take charge of a school
on the DesBchutos. C. B. Allen of
Prlnevllle, had agreed to take Dell with
him In his wagon, but when Dell took
bi trunk and trap to where Allen
was, he refused to let him put his
trunk In the wagon and go with him.
The next day Dell got a horse and sad
dle, strapped hi luggage behind and
atruck out at a good pace. Dell is a
graduate of the Monmouth Normal
chool and has before taught on the
DesHchute. Normal graduate are In
demand up that way,
The street sprinkler ha been laid uu
for th ar.
MIm Daisy Oravet departed Air
PorUaud last Friday,
; Art Armstrong la visiting hi half
sister Mrs. O. A. Kramer.
M r Ira Hmlth la visiting bar mother.
Mrs, II. MeNary In Saleui.
Dallas ha voted to bond list If for
114,000 to put lu water work.
Mr. Utile Stanley died at Dalla
Thursday, (kit. 13, aged S3 year.
The count v court sat as a board of
qualiiatlou thl week at Dalla.
Ira Uiulth, of Monmouth was in
Portland on butlueaa tbia week.
Word llutler left last week Air bis
new hum In Wardurk Idaho.
Now I lh time to put lu all your
tall grain and dig your potatoes.
What would Daniel Webster say to
tnate whose first public ad was to se
cure its own pay?
Mrs. K. R Mlddlebam aud daughter
Lutla, left on Tueaday for Beattle,
where the will spend several week vis
iting her slater.
On Frldav eveulus Nov, 8d, llev
Geo, Mill, of Albauy, who soon depart
for China, a a missionary, will preach
lu the llaptlst church here.
Miss Marv Wiive tha IT year old
daughter of A. rihlvea, of Itueu Vista,
returned last Friday from ftootlaud
where alte ha been alteudlng aclwwl.
for the past year.
Wise men ueha P, W. Haley, W
P. Uvvvua aud others have takeu ad
vantage of our clubbtiig oiler. They
save quite a sum of money by ordering
through the Wwr Hum.
On soseles of beetle I knowu a the
"extou" or "grava digger," because
Utey bury or attempt to bury all dead
animal, large or small, with whleh
they come lu ooutacU
Will Ireland waa In town Mouday.
He 1 rushing thing putting lu hi fall
grain. He has fifty acre wowu and
ha three team at work turning up lb
If you want fine cigar cheap, call
aud al th orlcea at the Illlou. It Is
reducing It atock at Wiling figures
Mr. Geo. A. Bmltb. and children
left tills Week for Iowa, to visit rela
tive, Attorney Bmltb afcoiupauylug
them as far as Portland,
One hundred year ago greve robbers
got more for the teeth of a cadaver
than they did for th "subjwt" itself.
They were disposed of to drullsts, who
used them as "artificial.'
liev, K.M.Dili, of Nova Mcotla, Is
peudlng a few week lu Oregon aud I
the guest of Dr. lUbbtit. 11 la )astor
of a large Presbyterian church, and Is
peudlng his vaotloo here.
Ou Tuesday several small boy were
arrested lu ludependeuce for stealing
chickens. F. Hoydatou' one of them
plead guilty and was by request of his
parent committed to the aula reform
A shrinking young mau named O'Nell
Took a ride on the big Ferris wheel;
When ll started around
lie looked back at the ground.
And unsettled au HO-ceut meal.
A. H. Locks aud brother Oliver, Isfi
on Monday for Hun Diego, Cat. where
they will spend the winter. At the
time of Mr. Locke's departure he bad
received word that Mr. Lock was
The Uulted Btntes senate la not such
hard working body as one might
imagine as they attend so irregularly
thut half the time a quorum Is not
present. They need swine of Patterson
llros' watches to make them more regu
It I said there never were so many
bright colore hi ladles' fashion a
shown this autumn aud the gay giecn
and brave red displayed In the street
coNtuimw of our city' fashion leaders
as much to do with brightening an
otherwise somber period.
John K. Miller, of Monmouth, hss
recently moved hi drugstore Intq the
Mulkey brick aud bus one of the most
complete and tastily arranged store to
be found anywhere, and John nrciddcs
over it with a grace peculiarly his own.
About 30,000 couple have been
divorced In Franca during the last live
vears, and a law waa recently read In
the chamber of deputies designated to
make a severance of the matrimonial
bond much easier still.
Dr. Lemlenx,of Balcm, who places bis
card In our colurpns thl week Is a
graduate of L'tulverslto aval and
also served as assistant house physician
aud surgeon lu Notre Dame hospital,
He is arvery clever and pleasaut gen
tleman. Our clubbing offer of leading papers
and magazine with the WK8T Hum at
low price will not lust very long, so
those who wish to take advantage of
them should pay their subscription as
soon as possible.
While the wise old surveyors In Con
gress are debating, rorever taming
about, bow to return u to prosperity,
the best pluu to follow, la to buy one nf
those beautiful lots In Damnum' ad
dition to Monmouth and it will Increase
Don't commit suicide on account of
your "Incurable" blood disease. The
sensible thing for you to do I to take
A,yer' Sarsnparllla. If that fall, why
then keep on trying, and it will not
fall. The trouble I, people get dis
couraged too toon. "Try, try, try
Dr. A. B. Olllls the eye, ear, nose and
rout specialist now of Balem, has bad
remarkable success with hi patient
si n co coming to Oregou, and be bas
patients come to him from all parts of
the stale. Over here In Polk county,
where he flint located being with Dr.
J: Lee for several week, be ; ha
made many very warm friend,
Mr. Harsh UpdcrgralT ha moved
from Perrydal to Amity to rvald.
11. liastlnm. of Alrlie. waa lu th
city Tuesday on hualnma
Win. Fuqua, of Parker, waa In town
Wednesday. He sold hi hops for inc.
Charley Allan returned Mouday from
the mlm muth of Rnscbura. He n1-
porta prospect good.
C B. Allen of Prluovllla la down ou
a visit to Mr, aud Mrs. Jacob Iluker on
Wilcox, Baldwin A Co, haw
neat awulmr erected In front of their
tdaco nf busine,
Win, Klsciiblc has commenced the
trvcthiii of a neat eoltiigo next th city
wa'er work '
A. W. McNary, of near E'da, and J.
W. Kdjrar, ot Crowley, were In town
tiring on your eandldide for govern
or. Let s are who stsnus roreinoat
amingt the ieot of Ptdk.
Henry Huillli, or lwisvlila, was
taking In the town Wcdmtny. He
retoita farmers In his avclloii buy sow
lug their Ml grain.
A wit any that when money gels
tight It goes In th U'k-up Money
need not get tight Patureoii urm, aay
because they areofit iltig giKMlsai prices
to ttiaktt It clreulata.
Tim lower houe of 'ougrs hn as
rd the Mctteary Chinese hill allowing
them six months longer In which to
vntt. Now how long will It lake lo
pa the aeiiale?
France I going wild over lb visit of
the ltUMslan fleet st TimiIou. aud Italy
ha tha Kngllsh Uiwl at Trauia, and la
howlng tlienfflivr every (HiurltMy,
Bradley HiirdeuliMok, f Southern
OreKtin, a brutlwr of F. Kardeobronk,
who I still quite sick, arrived her
Wednesday to be at the U-U-lde of his
Mr and Mr. W, N. Prnlher Friday
tvitilng cclebrtilcd their tin weddlng
at their lluena Vista home by Inviting
lu number ol friend who were roy
ally treated to a bunlHia supper.
A portion of the bone of a nmsUxlou
wr rt rwnlly tiuenrtbc'l on a nneh ou
Snake river In Idaho. The frame of
the iii iatodou I siild to cver a surface
of loo feet, and some of the bone meas
ure three feet sipisre.
tUatd supervisor Dnuiou Is doing some
gtad work lu linprovlngthemadajead
Ing Into Indepeiideuc. With th big
road plow and llubba-d Htaat't flu
big hone th earth la rapidly g ruled
to lh wnler of th road.
T. L. Ilartman, who own the veget
able- garden south of town, coin very
near being a heavy hswr by tire recent
raise lo the Willamette, for lf.lt had
eoure up twelv Inches more hi whole
gartlun would bav htwn ruined. As It
waa Ire loi alsmt f 100 worth of gnnlen
Dr. K. M. Orsves, the dentist, ha
placed a card In.ourctriumna thl week.
which informs the public that be has
upeued deutal parlors over the Inde
pendence National Bank aud a lie I a
graduate of lh University of Mlohlgaii,
there l no douW of bis being a muster
In his pfofeiislou.
H. I). Cooper, who weut lo Portlaud
ml expectel lo go to. New York, to
sell bla ho which he bad Mailed with
several others, round he could do a we'l
if not bettor In Portland, than New
York, and so sold. The pool consisted
t 1.10,0110 pounds and over 125,000 waa
received. R. D. Cooper and hi friends
are well pleased.
Tha store ol ll II. Htmimoti,or Helix,
waa blown up by burglar and desiroy
ed by fire. HI loss I estimated at f!0,
000 In goods, and books, containing his
ole record of 110,000 worth of account
were dealroyed, to that he will have to
epond upon th honesty of debtors.
II haa fdOOO Insuramw. The safe con
tained 100 In money, which no doubt
burglar made away wltb.
A Sacramento man baa solved th
w bent, and other farm product ques
tions. We would have tbegovermueut
carry it at a uniform rate, a mall mat
ter la now carried. Thus the farmer In
Oregon could ship to New York for the
same prloa thut the farmer In New
York paid. It would be a Una thing
for railroad however as It would In
crease their business Immensely, A
bushel of wheat would be worth Just
the aaine price In any part ot the Uni
ted HtaU). Hoe? .
At the approaching session of the cir
cuit court for Benton county an Import
ant case will be that of Benton county
v. M. P. Burnett, county treasurer,
and hi bondsmen. Through paper
served by the sheriff the demand bus
already been made of Treasurer Bur
nett for the return of $14,000 deposited
In the Job bank at the time of the sus
pension. ' The case will b watched by
county treasure and theli bondsmen
all over the state, who will be anxious
to know If, after a treasurer ha used
every efl'ort to keep county fund In
safety, the loss happen through a bank
failure, the law still boldt hi bondsmeu
responsible for the loss, ;
Ilosewell Bhelloy, who I bo well and
fuvorubly known In thl city, and
throughout Polk county leave today,
(Friday) for Seattle, Wash, where be
takes the management of the Geneva,
N. Y. Mineral water, In tha state
of Washington. Mr. Bhelley'a known
ability as a business mau, Insure hi
making a success of hi new undertak
ing. We are sorry to see Mr Shelley
leave us, as he, while In business here
for o many year waa always one of our
moat enterprising and progressive cltl-
getiR Mr Hlielley lias been a resident of
Polk county for over 80 year and of
Independence for 27 year and may be
called u pioneer. He will leave here
to reside In the commercial city of
Washington, We wish Mr. Shelley un
bounded auQoesa In hi undertaking.
Kugena Cattron kava for Chicago
J. UN. Hull returned from Hak.r
City on Wednesday.
Annie aud cord-wood wanted an
(ubsorlptlon at thl offic.
Th Bull resldenot property for rent
Apply nt Wit Hint? riffii-e. st
Harrlaot Llnnvlllo U lying very III
at bi borne near Parker station.
Mr A. Hltlvee, ofllueua VlU. we
visiting Mr. J. A. Vetiesa tbla weak,
Wheat 46) cents; bop IT II oeut
out 2H to SOosuts; potatoes HO oenls.
" Fun at tht opera UfcM amy night
for whole week, commencing Thurs
An eight pound boy arrived at Clia.
Huntley' bom Oct 9th,
Wm, Walker and wlf spent ft few
day at Portland this week, returning
On and after Nov. 1st, tha 8:15 pm
motor trip will he discontinued until
KphCox, a pioneer of Oregon, living
In HnlMii, waa lu towu Tburaday on
Fir, ash and oak 12.60 per oord
Davis A Hill. Inquire al Luucb
Buy your wood at th Independence
wood yard. li.MI per cord. IHivl
Hill. Iuqulre at Lunch Counter.
Prof. BIocum and bl taleuUd pwipla,
will amuiMi you a whole veiling for ten
cents. At tb opera bouse, all tha bat
auceof thl week aud next week.
Thursday afternoon tha Happy
Thought' opera company arrived Nre
from tha aoulh, and will glv their
"Fun lu a Boarding llou" wltb an
admission of ouly lo eeula.
The pereoonel of th Happy Tboognt
opera oompauy Include Ptof. BIocum,
Mrs. BIocum, Barry N. Fuller, Prof. C.
W. Mol.yman aud Mrs. McLyiuan,
all artists In their several
Hue for making fun. (lo and sat them
all thl and next weak at th opera
A stated eoininunlcatloG st Lyou
Lodgw, Mo. 2 A. F. A A. M. will be
held at their hall on Saturday evening
lh Slat, Inst. Work In M. M. degre.
All Master Maarni Invited to attend.
W hear It rumored that a Urg
sale of hop laud I to b oonaumated
wwn, either north or south of town.
W trust the sal may b eomuinated,
a It mean a great benefit tollil county.
We are pleased to announce that
Harry Christian, wbo went to Southern
Oregou several week ago hat returned
and say be prefer Polk county. He
says there la plenty of gold there but It
take lot of money to get It.
Hhelly Clodfelier, wbo waa one of the
hoys Implicated lu tins chicken theft
here was ftued lU&OOand coat. C'has.
Blanehard, aged 13, plead guilty, and
not being able to pay bl flue of t28.00
nor willing to go to the IWform school
went to jail at Dallas. Frank del wick
paid a flue of 120.00 and eoat.
The Arm of Wheeler A Clodfelier,
the stationer, bookseller eta, I oow
succeeded by dodfelter Bros., I.C. Clod-
feller, lately of Walla Wtlla having pur
chased Mr. Wheeler' internal. The
new firm starts out wltb prospect ot
successfully continuing the busiueea an I
well cnnuu -iea ty w. m. wneeier ami
later by Whwh-r A Clodfelter. Mr.
Wheeler will remain Willi us.
Dry wood forealeby
Davia h Hill.
Iuqulre at Luucb Counter.
Fan Opera House to Night.
In Opera House to Night. ,
A Opera House to Night,
Boarding Opera House to Night,
School Opera House to Might.
Tea rents, Opera Hons Te Might.
Go to J. F. O'Dounell for
Silver Btov Polish,
Objecls to Being Uaadentood.
Hn Kill oN, Oh Otrr. 16, 180S.
EniTOH Wxarr Hidk. I, clttaen of
Polk county, droped a few line to
you In regard to new county, which
were published In your Issue of Oct 6th
I notice a few Hues In your last Issue
In answer to my suggestion wherein
lite writer accuse me ot being a
"cracked brained, Individual." Now
those are harsh words to use, but It 1
lietler to have "cracked" bralna than
do brains at all. He alto says, "the
writer so far forgets himself." I
haven't forgotten myself yet, nor will
I soon forget him. He thinks divis
ion of the counties would be ft torrible
thing. Suppose there uever bad been
a "cracked brain," we people near
Bherldan would have to go half way to
California to pay our taxes or to visit
theoouuty scat, or It the county seat
lie moved to Independence, which la a
likely thing, we mutt go clear across
the county. -
A far a my giving any territorial
limits Is concerned, us he accuse me,
that I false. I don't care If I only had
s half acre and could live In. pence; It
would be better than to have ft full sec
tion and witness what I did on Main
street at a county seat three years ago
Again he says "he's off hi bang."
That wa probably used at slang, If not,
I wish to say, for one, that If he la "on
hi bang" be bad better get off before
he trie to write another pleoe to the
paper. Again he aay I "had better
devote rav questionable talents," etc,
etc. I merely made a ugueHon
through the colurauaof the West Bids,
the main object of which waa to keep
thing quiet until after the June elec
tion. It was not my Intention to have
tome poor brokeu down "orweked
brained polltlun," wbo would like to
hold office In two counties, (aud Dot fit
for one), sit down aud answer In the
way he answered my few line when
It wo ouly a suygenUon for the People
toconulder, Yours a ever,
Iuitoh Wistf Bi dm: Let u not for
get our pioneer. I call to memory th
name of Dr. W, U. Lee, who at one
time wat auooeesful praotlulouer of
uiedlclu In Polk, W. C. Lee waa the
father of our towusraan, Dr. T. J. Lea
He waa bora In Kuglaud lu 1H10, eaiue
lo Amurlua lu l Uo aud to Oregon In
1M'3. 11 wa man blgli In til pro-
orsslon, aud wa highly usleemud for
hit many eatiutahle aud social quail
tie. lu early time when political con
veutluu were held, aud when election
day oaiiMt around, 'twa amualug to at
him march to the poles with ft ball
down aoua and we them deposit tlwir
ballota for tit demuoratlo ticket. Our
old frieud Dr. W. C. Lee baa pateed
from earth and uow sleep the sleep
that know uo waking, and we here
drop these line a a tribute lo hi
memory knowing full well that bis
uiauy friends and relative bow living
wilt duty appreciate the kindly mo
tlvet which actuate the writer, a. a.
NOMINATIONS FOR GOVERNOR.
la ftsnk WIUi Um Pavple.
iNDWEMDiutcie, Oh. Oct. 13 IHOS.
Editor, Wm Bma-I name L. W
ISobertaoQ, formerly of thl city, aa a
pereuu emiwintly quslltlod to serve th
people aa ft governor of Oregon. Mr.
llotahaon la probably not a caudlilate
but I believe la In touch wltb the people
on eoonomlo question, aud would pull
a large vote of both democrat and pop-
ullsta. II. 1C
Ssnrsl Um gullllM.
MoMMotrrn, On. Ocr. "93.
EntToft Wwt Bma lu auswer to the
nqueat for nomlualliHi Air governor of
our (tale I wlb to call attention to the
fitness of Prof. P. L. Campbell, the able
and popular president of the Btate Nor
mal school. He la sn enthusiastic Or
egon urn, talented young man aud
on deserving of such su honor.
Your for Oregon Unit, bud and all the
MhsIsshs T. T. Om,
Irrnjft'KNDKNCK, On- Oct. IS, 1808.
KmtohWimt Bint A nomina
tion for Governor are la order I will
place the Hon. T. T. Gear, before the
WswtHidi readers for their considera
tion, II la republican, not a crank,
baa been success as a legislator, knows
what the people most need, hi praotl
oal farmer, a painstaking geutlemau Ju
whatever be undertake,
There will be preaching at the
school bouse on ths fifth Bundsy of
ibis month by Kev. Lougbottora of At
Mrs. McKeo, of Kansai, la visiting
her daughter M re, Jesse Walker,
Frank Holman bad two valuable
aheep killed recently by dog, one of
which waa ft thoroughbred buck.
Utile Marshall Bcrafford, son of J. B.
Bcrafford, la very sick wltb Inflamma
tory rheumatism. Dr Ieof Indepen
dence, la In attendeuce.
C. Houok, of Independence, waa out
with bla gun spending a few days wltb
B. BcnuTord'a family.
Jim McEldowney returned from
L L. McEldowney came up Satur
day, returning Mouday.
Alfred Croaaley visited Independence
Joe Tetherow and wife visited Balls-
A. J. Herman Is building ft dry
nous for C M. Brown,
Use Mexican Silver Stove Polish, at
Prof. BIocum. wbo wa here the first
of lh week making arrangements for
the appearauce of hi opera oompauy
while returning by buggy to Albauy,
bad two runaway. Th first caused
by a tug com! us; loose wa at the Dav
idson hill south of town and had no
serious result. Ths second wss caused
by a hunter ahootlng Denny pheasants
near Spring bUl discharging hi gun,
and the horses thl time threw the Prof
feat routof the buggy and baa Injured
him Internally so tbat he Is feeling
very sore, but Is able to be around.
Mexican sUver stove polish causes no
dust For sale by J, F. O'Donnoll's.
Each senator of the Uulted States
costa the govern men t at least five
dollars for every honr actually lu
service, and as there are eighty
eight senators, each hoar of time
wasted meaus a loss to this govern
ment of $440 dollars an hoar. In
the house of representatives the loss
of one hoar of time moans something
like 12500 So careless are our sen
ators of their duties to the country
just now that oftimes a qaoram is
The managers of the Midwinter
fairiu San Francisco are already
begging the . Press to advertise
the coming event and offer no re
meration. Vte print a letter in this
issue which is a sample of the mat
ter being sent out Like the
World's fair, the San Francisco Ex.
prwltinn is to make ' money for its
promotors. Use the press now
and later ou kick them out,
YOUNO-DEATON. October 17, 1803,
In thlsclly, Mrs. M. Deston to Dr. K.
J. Yourm; at th residence of the
officiating clergyman, Itev. John
BAKER M ULVAN EY At Eugene.
Wednesday, Oct 18, at the home of
the bride's parent, Mis Dmsy Mul
vuney, of Eugene, to L. V Bakef, of
Polk county, Itev Gilt jrt omctaUug.
The newly wedded couple arrived on
Tbursdy aud will at once go to house
keeping, Mr. Baker being engaged at
farming near Mouiuoulh.
A Mew lira.
The coming week will witness the
opening of a new buainea house lu In
deindenoe which bid fair to fill a
want long felt by th general public
The Arm will deal exclusively iu boots
and shoe, with oil and rubber cloth Ing
and aucb other aide line a pertain to
first class boot and shoe house. The
member of the Arm are W. U. Patter-
sou aud Blair Miller sud will do busi-
nee under the Arm name of Miller A
Patterson. Bulb these gentleman are
so well known aa business men of the
flmt order, that we deem It uuneuesary
to go luto any extended account of their
atandlug. They nave beeu connected
with the large establishment of J. M.
Vauduyn aliuoat since It luceptiun
The new shoe store will be located
In the building two door south of tb
First National Bank, ludependeuce.
Is not to blame for the
hard times. We would
willingly print SI 000
of money, and give it
as a premium to each
of our subscribers, if the
government would only
agree to make it "go."
But of course that is
out ot the question.
Is only a saving of less
than one cent a day,
and you should be able
to afford that much for
A Home Paper
It gives you the home
news. It gives' you an
epitome of the import
ant state news, It dis
cusses the finance and
Y 0 U SHOULD
and the way to do it is ,
to take the 'West Side.'
" You should also read
our very liberal club
bing rates with such
as the Oregonian, New
York World, San Fran
cisco Gall, Cosmopoli
tan and Youths' Companion.
PflEY IS TO BE PDE
by taking the WEST
SIDE, either alone or ,
with some of the above
' . publications. Address
R 1 n
On and after Nov. 1st Mia A,
Macaulay will place all her aoconnls la
titer hands of a collector. Please call
and settle now.
'Carl f Thanks
We tske this meaus of thanking our
friends ami neighbor for their abun
dant and much needed help In onr re
cent financial disaster. Blucerely,
Ma. and Mlm. Wit. Bi'sii.
Wtd.-A HMili 1st Hoist or Private
fsiiil'. Adiltst Ml, Lust MswSr,
Indi'pMfleno or lour woia a Wrvr Him
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rk'lo., tuTr' rK, s,s Iw.'ssm. Knuulrs
0 Ua. ll. M. K fiiMa, Tsiojss, of MWsff
Ora'ton, Pa., Aug, 26, 1891.
Nokmam Liciity, E., DesMoluca, I.
Dear sirs Your Kreuse's Headache
Capsule are good sellers and tbe work
every time. Your truly,
For sale by Shelly, Alexander 4k Co.
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