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About The Independence west side. (Independence, Or.) 18??-1891 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1893)
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8. D. PKRCIVAL, Editor.
uWv, vtf nnUrNnluUona,rd.nf thanks,
ft frMt toruUrwiaiuuU tovnt Unt.
sa itrat BT I1U,
Our paUle sehuo) U progressing nice
F. Anstlus It on the tick M thU
MlatCtate Haley, who ha been quite
- M with raver, i Improving.
Fnd Harris Is down from East of tb
mountains, visiting relative.
A now rssrdesc ha beensiected in
Damon A Haley's addition toour town.
Mr. Goodrich waa down to bis farm
In Yamhill oouuty th first of the week.
Ths societies had a ooneert given by
tb phonograph last Friday eveulng,
PnnddeM Campbell, made a trip to
Portland Friday, and returned Mod
Wat Evangeline Wilson arrived In
th city Monday, and will attend th
Mis Fanny Ayr took a flying trip
to Portland and the exposition last
Miss Allot Walker, of Portland. 1 In
town and will spend several week with
her utter Mr. Dr. Flnaer.
MIm Mary CoaU ia teaching the prl
niary grade at the public school during
, tha ahseuc of Mia Swann.
Th Motor eomroy will discontinue
their last trip In the evening during
the winter, eommenclug November lit
John Iulow took a butlnna trip to
Portland but week, and Ernest Tatom
la catering to the wanta of hia etwtotn-
Byron Hunter, and the, Misses
Thoinpeou and Ida Holland addressed
the atudenta Wednesday morning In
MIm Mary Church, daughter of fi,
Church, waa taken euddenly III but
Tuesday while at school, but Is about
all right again.
Mr. Art Armstrong oeeupledth pul
pit of the Christian church lout Bun-
day morning and evening. There was
one conversion in the evenlug.
Next Sunday afternoon at 2-10, Pres
ident J. M. Blow, of the Corvallis Ag
ncultaral College, will deliver a lecture
to the students of the Normal and as
many others aa wish to attend. Tbls
Is the beginning of a series of lectures
to the students and much benefit
enoum be derived from tnem. A eor-
dial Invitation to all la extended
We spent a short U me at the public
school last Wednesday and found the
school progressing quite well, and the
students taking a good interest In their
work. The attendance In the different
rooms at present la as follows; Gram
mar grade, B. L. Murphy, priudrxu.
18, Intermediate grade, F. Long teacher,
29; second primary. Miss Mamie Rid
dell, teacher, 39: first primary. L I.
Bwann teacher, 85, making a total of
8MITH-8WANN. At the residence
of the brides parents at Crawfords-
ville, Linn county, on October 18, 'US
Miss Bonnie Sannn was united In
marriage to Mr. Wright Smith, of
The bride Is well known In this
county, having taught in the public
soholl's of this place and at Dallas.
The groom Is one of the solid farmers
of near Lewisville, and well thought of
in this part of the county.
Literary Note For October,
Marlon Crawford opens up a new line
of thought in his article entitled
"Rome, the Capital of a New Republic,"
appearing In the October Cosmopoll
tan. It is not likely that the October
number will have the success which at
tended that for September, v The extra
ordinary spectacle was pit sen ted of a
121 cent magazine selling for 60 and 76
cents, and many hundreds were even
sold at f 1 .00 each. Probably the record
remains without a parallel, In period'
leal sales, af a number proving so inter
eating that, after 21 1,000 copies had been
sold, the News Company had orders
for 60,000 more than they ' ould supply.
while dealers in various jiirts of tbe
country, discovering tb. esteem in
which the magazine was li Id, Imme
diately raise their prices to double,
treble, quadruple and in many cases to
eight times tbs regular price. The pub
lishers do not yet know what their real
irculalton Is, owing to the limited
rapacity of their presses; but machinery
s being put in place which will supply
an edition for DecemliurexceedingDOO,-
000, and during that month it will be
possible to determine just how many
Cosmopolitans the public will buy.
Omaha, Neb., May 6, 1801,
I have tried a great many, remedies
lor headache, and Krause's Headache
Capsules knock it quicker than any
thing I ever tried. D. W. McVea,
For sale by Shelley, Alexander & Co.
House and Lot For Sale.
A new cottage, two good lots, fruit,
well fenced, near motor line, is offered
for sale on Installments of only $10 s
month-or for cash- Call at West Sins
office and get address of owner.
fifteen hundred dollars on one
year's time, good real estate security.
Address X care West Side. State rate
A Yeenff Writer's Mlitaks,
' &h wm a young newspaper wom
an, and one day early in bar career
in a certain newspaper office in this
city alto brought in some copy tor the
Sunday issue. It waa late for use in
toe department where her work ap
peared, and it wm remarked to her
that it would hate to watt over, Bhe
waa anxious It should go in for some
reason and urged it a little. "Tbere
lent anybody up stair now to let it
up," the waa told, "and, besides, that
page U all made up.
This was rather vague to her, ex
cept that a typesetter was needed.
Bhe hesitated j then a bright thought
She turned away, and the man to
whom ahe had been talking thought
no more of the matter,
In about an hour ahe came back
with a couple of proofs of her copy.
Bhe had taken it down to a little Job
printing office ahe recalled having
eon in her traveling about the
neighborhood, had it act up and a
couple of copies runoff, and those
he brought proudly back to we ea
itor, thinking that ahe had auocea
fully overcome all obstacles to its
lit ia not recorded what the editor
laid, Now York Timos.
A-. .1. Ifl-ht UTfc.. Ml .
The fighting propensities of some
specie of our dumb fellow creatures
w i,n WultinMl bv their unwieldi-
naa anil the eonaeuueot difficulty of
tmninir the mimut of their enemies.
and the naturalist Uunanis called at
..rtim the murseative clrcum
stance that "short legged monkeys
are braver than the long legged ones,
That lulatamau motive of valor
makes the East Indian rhesus ape
nirht liko a bulldog ana peruy ex
nialns tha oouraew of slwririah bruin
and some of bis smaller relatives.
San Francisco Chronicle. ,
-', Of Interest te Sportssses,
Mr, W. H. Hurlburt, A. tt. P. A.
Union Pacific system, Portland, Ore
gnn, has Just received a supply of books
called "Uuu Club Ruin and Revised
Clama Laws." Tills publication con
tain a digest of the laws relating to
game lu Ute Western states and territo
ries. Mr. Hurlburt will be glad to
mall you one of these books upon re
ceipt of two stamps to cover ptage.
W. II. Hurhiubt, A. Q. P. A.,
"In a literary and artlstlcsetise, Tmi
Cosmopolitan Is one of Uie most per
fect productions of lta kind published
on either side of tbe Atlantic; says tbe
Irish Titles, of Dublin. Extending
over 128 rows of beautifully printed
sud UlUHtrated malter, every single
item or wtiicti wm ne purusHiaua stud
ied with Interest, the mngnxinemust be
rtynrilnl aa perfectly uiiliiue, and one
wouuers now so uiaaiuiiivni a wora
can be produced at a cost of twenty'
live cenu, or a siiimiiu.
CosmoH)tlian ami Ww8iiKtogcth
er for f3 a year.
Itawa )o Tk rUL.4
The Union I'aoiHo now lead with re
duced rates to eastern points, and their
through car arrangements, magnifi
cently equipped Pullman aud Tourist
sleepers, free reclining chair car and
fast time, makes It the best llitetotrav
el Two trains leave from Portland dal
ly at 8:45 a. tn. and 7:30 p. ni. The rates
are now within reach of all, and every.
body should take advantage of tbeiu to
visit the World's Fair and their friends
In tbe east. Send for rates and seed it
lesof tralus, and do uot purchase tick
ets until after consulting M. 0. Potter
Independence, or W. II. Hurlburt,
Ass't Oen'l Pass. Agent, U. P. Portland
Purely out of curiosity, we have couut-
ed the Illustrations, some of them ti
page, In the current Issue of Tub Cos
mopolitan; says the Methodist Itecord-
of. London England. They numbed
129; but If there were none' the literary
character of the magazine would amply
juftify Its Immense circulation. Some
or the nest Known names in American
literature appear in the list each month,
besides English writers of such names.
for example, as Sir Kdwln Arnold
f rom every point or view, we regard
the magazine as unique".
You can get the Cosmopolitan and
the West biok for 3 a year. ,
Among Live Business Men.
L. D. Jones, the barber, is always
ready to serve "the next."
Otho Williams, tne Dallas tailor, is
an expert cutter, and Insures his work
to be first-class.
When vou want to settle down to
live, buy a lot or tiny a farm through
i. II. Moran, the dealer.
C'bas. N. Woods, the shoemaker,
will tell you a little Becret about shoes
If you will ask him.
The Polk Co. Bank Is ably presided
over by J. H. Hawley president, and
Ira C.Powell as cashier.
Dr. J. M. Crowley has his office at
his residence on Main street near Col
lege. , .
Dr, D. M. Doty, the dentist, resides
III Monmouth, and is a permanent fix
ture. Coll at his office when In need
Froiser A Son, the hardware men,
are also dealers In agricultural ma
chinery, and have their warehouse full
of farming Implements.
NOTICE In HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
partiiMKlilD hnrntofire exlNtlnir botweun
Ground & Kraznr him boon dlnwilved by mu
tual ooimnnt. unci that all note and wxmunta
due laid Arm urs payable to L. H, Prater A
Hun. 1.. 0 BOUND,
Ij. b. ntAzuu,
Honmorth, Or., Sept. 12;1M tn
On poor paper, because It should lie
your aim to make a favorable impres
sion on the person to whom you write,
and to" do this you should use a good
quality of paper.
Call at the Normal Rook Store aud
examine the Capitols paeterle, only
19c for 34 uvekHs aud 1 quire paper,
neatly put up In paper botes,
Also the Uuliu, S!fo.
Whiting's Cameo, fttlc.
Hurd's Irish Linen, AOo.
Whiting's Cabinet, X shades, 8 boxes
tn one, an elegant article, TAc
Alsu. carried In stock; a complete
line of Illuminated and flowered
papeterke. Invitation cards, visiting
cards, etc, etc.
If you Intend mailing a photograph,
call and exninlue the photograph en
C. L HAWLEY.
THE KiL I00I STOXE,
Of interest to Students
A collection of sjitvlmens from Alaka.
Carving and weaving
Doue by tha Kaulmaui. Don't miss
Th ran lain ft 4 of S4rUilS
When we recollect tliat the stomach
is the grand laboratory In wjiluh fiHl
la transformed Into the secretions
which furulsh vigor to the system after
entering aud enriching the blood, that
it Is, In short, the fountain head of
strength, It Is esseutial to keep this tin
portaut supplying' machine lu older,
and to restore It to activity when It be
comes Inactive, This, llistetter's
Stoiimeh Hitlers does mt emsMually,
seasonably, regulating aud reinforcing
digestion, promoting due actiou of the
liver aud bowels. Htreugth aud quiet
tude of the nerves depend lu great
uutasure upon thorough digestion
There Is no nervine tonic more highly
eateerued by the medico! fraternity
than the Hitters. Physicians si
strongly coinmend It for chills aud fe
ver, rheumatism, kidney and bhddor
trouble, sick headache, and waut ol ap-
polite aud sleep. Take a wluegl.ful
three times a day.
DR. JSXDAN A C0.8
i GREAT IDSEUI OF AIATOIT
l 1041 Mark St. lu rnaslwe
(BNwm Slh swi W) Me.)
to WMd Sni
Uihwsi niAywi Ith
. rrlva(s otiirv-aaw HalMlaa'
loai MarkM Sr s-tSimn at mtii
slttoein, km al aanhoad, SImm ol ttw ikK
BuS SMnri nvtokiy mni wHboul U dm 4 r.
1haa fmrnmUf t h ieMM, Hmi
FOR A DOSE
IS YOUR STOMACH SOUR.
BrMth 14 or Haew! hlMff Ont f lkw pillar
Iistsmi dtstrsw in Uia mouisvcIi and mrs aiMdaD.
snu)h uight for wekpWBHsnothstuttiab sna
urlflM th brsUi. 1 hsjr Insure rr4ct rtlMtloti,
suiiif mi powsit ana our sxinstiiisiiioti. insy
M promptly, rtmil1!r,nswr uripa or tlok!! DM
tnaHUHwaw. mnmumB mm, wTiHsYfc
For sale by J. H.PUUH.
ITCniNO eil.BS known br mnlattir
Ilk. praplrOon. oiuh liiuuM llohlru
Whnn w.rin. I'M. furm .nil S1.1NO,
auuuiso or raoiuuDiNU tujU
TIKl.t) ITOBc 1 T .
M. 10 SM-0'l PILI Sf SrDY,
PI I Cv IxwunnHoun. rrtMM.. nmm,i.
ULbU orinnll. Of. SoMnka. FhlUdrltfhl.
For sale by J. II. l'VUU.
l FOR COUGHS.
A REMEDY FOR CHILDREN.
Whtn .Ml hom., moUitr mud. mm uk. t
.poontnl ol onion .jrrup w nlnht, th. n.it morning
8f oouslvwifl gon.. For Croup U h.d no wiu.l.
r ohlHlrcn in.l.l upon h.vlncl Or. Onnn'. Onion
Srrap whloh I. lrdr prrruir.il, mora nlouant
tmi wlUtouiuat. of .n)I or loo aulas.. SaMu MM,
I, Hold by J II. PUOH.
No More Back Ache
As wftOE , j
INFLAMATI0N ofif BLADDER, ADD
S ALL KIDNEY DISEASES .
1 i II tans tm tww
1 UwauS al
.. m m
Ml l lir
1 1 1 n it w xa.'v
m f i ii s f inest
Rolls from 15c, up.
Elegant Wall Decorations,
all styles and prices,
Beds and Bedding,
V Ward robes..
Cribs, Cradles and Utah chairs.
Kyraeuse, N. V., Feb. SS, 18U1.
Mr. Plthain, Pittsburg, Penn,
Dear Hln I want to ask a treat fa
vor of you , I want you to please send
a buy duwn to tbe hotel drug store
ueit 10 the CaA aud have them send
Imlfadoven boxes of Krause's Head
ache Caisulea. I bought auius while I
was lu Pittsburg and found It wonder
fully effectual. I do not know how
much they will cost, so would ask to
have tlieui sent C. U, IX, oars of tbe
t'oUmade hotel, Philadelphia, Hoping
that I wUI havelaa early opportunity
to return the lavor, I remain,
Very truly, . -BAU.IY
For sals by Bhelley, Aleiauder k Co.
WLST SIDE (LIUU1XU RATES
llrf ul plir Mir
Watrr Hiuk and New York
Wkht .Siiik and Atuerlcau
Farmer 8 00 2 00
Wkht mi.s and Orex"l". 4 00 100
Wnr Hiik and Han Frau-
clsoot'all 8 00 a 28
Wkkt Slim snd Cusmoptill
tan f. 8 80 8 00
Wir Kioh aud Youth's
Comiuiuloii 8 78 8 00
HARDWARE - TINWARE
LUBRICATING OILS, ETC
J. H. MORAN
THE GENERAL REAL-ESTATE AGENT
Good Grain and Htook Farms, and Choloa Fruit Laud. Town Property of aU
kinds. a loose wlio nave
FISHEE cSc EDQ-AE ,
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
First cluss rigs, siiiKle and double, light
Careful drivers furnished when desired.
Your patronage is respectfully solicited.
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ittOMOMTtD UIOCI THE UWI If 0SIISI.
POLK COUNTY BANK.
I HA U,
Paid Capital. 820.000.
I.M, V.fiutW, J.Tff.SUimp, Ka,l'U.U
A van. nil hojiliiiiH Mid IIMUM D1I.ISMS
IrwwMi liwn. mad dfiMwib iwml?MI
aulijM.t la liik or an nsrtilloaU of SSpu.1
lilanwl paid ua Uin. 4mmU. . .
smhiiwO kr Ysl. tints luek.
omss Huurw ls.oi.wia.BL
J. D. Ml, 0. 0. S.
Oflk la Ursyman Iirus. Building
Csr. Csmmsrslsl sad OssK tls,
SALEM . ' OUKOON.
L. D. JONES
Hair eutttng, S5eta.; Hhavlng, l&ets.;
Cbrner Knox and Main streets,
W. E. Poolo,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Offlasasat Sasrts Asstlas'S FsrnU
J. M, CROWLEY
siciti aci fcrgni
Oltles-One donr west of Polk Co. bank
Main street, Monmouth, Oregixu
(toMea Oppnrtualty for
MaffrrlBf Huwaalty. . .
Vkfmletam (imf tMr HtmtmJiM fa thPmUe.
DO 100 SUFFER?
writs m onm
till tenri vm VKtS Or CHASUK S fllll
uHit Ui rour nMi, nB WAST itlia
EE Hi CUKE
II SIwhum ud drSrnillM sr. mrnlirn .ltd
Mtwrnifl, wiiirHl br msay yrmrm' ,rU
Mir. wult.itiUlMus la gusranlM a oara,
Ik! mil 4o.iHilr,
V. B.-W. h III nly pn.ltts er rnr
KI'II.KIWY, iriTH) and t'ATAHIUI.
(tvm. IVninnmUy WuhI. (Old w
nUilbSMt.) DR. WILLIAMS'
B k SB mm
TIS Hartal S, Saa' rraa.lMa, Cmi.
property ror ssie, piouso can.
and heavy, to aecotntnoiiate our patron
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tosuoo isnsa xea 008 o loss oil
oexioo iMsa txsu 001 1 xrpss qz
Miksos oexioo jsejvea zsa 10 OOOCI
asAtns iosjl'oq tionsa aoj oooet
voMsns jowaoo )ajg aoj 0009$
.a Huri 1D-JU.T. .tkiAoA
Balmom, Clsma, OysUsra, Catflsh,
Smelt, eUi., rwelvwl by marly
Leave or Jen ut Fish Bland on C
The Papalar Mslal Frse aS
rrsrtlMSaaSlbs Irsat all TralM
If sat Csatrallr saissiasrs
M. D. ROC UK, Mgr.
eOMIIFOUITNlll ILM8 IT., MITUW,
f J. It. MABKLEY,
Proprietors It. it HAYrt,
1 IM. I). WX'HE.
MS Mm, coquet k! lor MMliin ft e.
ua Omt m Ssp rrt . S , Pmitm Owei
muT. mn mchi. piM la sis, usm Iku Uvm.
SmhI mM, Si.wuc of pkate., wllk Swtrlp.
tarn. W wltlM, H mtrt.bl ac sot, Iim ot
(Sana, Oa, Is. an, aw. liU niUrs S) Mcrad.
tA ol avs. la tk. U. a ss4 MaliaeMMrM.
mm Sas. ASaa,
Off. FTf T mec WMNIMTA t. e.
la s,ssskSASi s
Ereat faoil Hesspsper
PI per year !
.' It contains flii ti,.
local and general Hews.
Always get your
done at the
iLnything onti ZiVeiTUiflg hinted
at living rates.
cm mm cm.
1 DAYS TO
II The Quickest to Chicago
.IS and the East
f Quicker to Omaha and
svsvfS Kansas City.
PULLMAN sn TOURIST IKIP
CR8, fRCC RCCLININO CHAIR
CARS, DINING CARS.
for rum S4ii ntrsl Inftinn.lloB, milon
W. It. IH'HI.mmT. Ami. (Hn. rn. Agl.
H WmIiIu. un .Mwai, tr, Tliirr),
Poll n AMI. OR
East and South
The SHASTA Route
Southern Pacific Co.
l'lironil oii.roM train, run dally .ttnpplrif
ai all .union. Iwiwwa (.irilanil auS AIIho.
ten f. m,
lu ll a. a.
- a. a.
j.r. I'urlland Ar.
Ar. Han Kranolaoa L.
la , " i.rrH.7"
Pi.Oi.n.l t m A.M. ltnarburg ...,IAir. a.
IUMwOurc....Ti A. s, 1 1-urUaad ...Aim A. a.
PULLMAN BufffcTT SLEEPERS
Hecuiid-Claa, Hleeplng Oars attached
to all Uirough trams.
West Side Division,
Between PeKland anS Cervallls.
Mall trals dally (.xnpt BundsyJ
TiSOs m I I.t IVirllwid Ar
11.1 en I Ar..lii(ltiK.nil(-ot.. Ar
l:lfipu kr. ...(Virval It Lt
iifi p in
1:M p is
At Allwny and Corin, tnrniin wits train.
Ureauu I'artllo ralMuad.
Kiprw, train dailf (axorpt Hunday) -
fpljX...TFirl"lirtd Ar T-ZTm
Vi&. ' ' Ar.... sininii.lllr) l.tUipm
Oragenlan Railway Division snd
Portland and Yamhill Ry.
Airll. mall Tri-wkly. .
t ilk ft ui
l. .lVrtland....Ar 1 16 p m
Ar Alrli. l,7fflsr
Tbmufta tlrketa to all point. In th. Eautara
StalM, t'Hn.ila. and Kurw, ran b. obtains
mm T. M.HTlViH, Ag.nl, lud.pnid.DM.
E. f. IKKiKltS,
Wl'f. Aat O. f. A Itm. Alt.
From TERMINAL or INTERIOll
KORTHERN PiCIFIC R. R
It is -the DINING-CAR ROUTE. It
runs Through Vestibuled Trains
Every Day in the Year to
Composed of DINING CARS un-
surpatswi, Pullman Drawing
ltoom Sleepers of lalest
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
Bret thnt cu be constructed, and
ui Hiiii'ii ULCoimiKKiiH 10118 are
bot h free and fnmiMhed for
holders of first or sec
ond class ticketH,
ELEGANT UT COACHES.
1 Continuous Line, Connecting
itti all Lines
Afliirrling fllrrot and unuitnrruptMt wrvlr.
In advHiui. tlinm.h anv ini ni .).
kimips.cnn bs purrlnued at any t ok"t'om,5
or lid ciinpHiiy, Kull Inftirinutkm rnank
K rewa, itino nf train,, wut0,, ud oth.r d.
Iils, rurnlshud oa appllwtlon to any" it or
A. u. fJHARLTON,
Asalatant Oonerol PaniKintntr AmnL
J). liU Klist. treot, oor Waablngton,
' PORTLAND, OR.
uqt'""lc. and Monmmitli Motor jii'i