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INDEPENDENCE, POLK COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY. -.DSC 15, lt'93
Five Cents Per Copy.
rail rfiw" twrrrtM atrM, awl
l.i w"''"!! I tort-
htttU (. werHUtata "Mil v U minuting
".Vul naMnriwd hi " w.i Mul a
m at . a.d trha w " aw !"-
(),r H u. Main Hi, IhillrnKill Hrne. Mtfa.
Ind. National, lw. Main and MoniiHHttli ata.
rir National, tw, Mala midCBU.
BNOKKRS, GRAIN ""H O P
Tv kTbi. '! Viral National Ban.
BARBERS 4 BATHS.
K T. lieu!. Main tirwl.
.Noa tulhnrltrd to unnouunk
flu (, I'attemin, Miuil ttvU
H. A. Kvller.Calreel.
Nut autborlted u announc.
" "BOOHS 4 STATIONERY.""
1i Ulf -atlrm. "r Hrt Nul l Panfc.
j, b, Cwur, turner 1" iirtel.
CAR PENT E R 3 A CON T R ACTORS.
CatnpwU ou-ord. r at Uuljr Fdwtrt
J. A. Veneaa, Major.
(In, W. Hwsd, Uecorder.
p. P. Myert, Marohal. .
CONFECTIONERY 4 FRUIT.
Hublnwo Koblnaun, Tin UU.
P, C. PallemoU, near uwr htm.
"CHURCH C8 4 PASTORS
JTeabyUTtau, J. A. Tuwmwod.
CDDraUunl, D. V, Mln.
'KTangnlhMl. H A.0opl7.
It, K. SouUj, Bdwln Whiter.
ChrUUati, Wo rwUknl patar.
I D(t I anner y cn. . "' ''-f
J. O. VauOradel, IndrpBPdvnue.
Not aulborlwd taauuouuc.
B, A. Mulaey.ODornell Brlek, upatalr.
J. B. J.,hnon,Cor. lUlh.aid Monmouth ,l
U BaMdtt, ld. Nali Hank, P
E. U Ketebum, MonmoulU HU. near K. H.
0. 1). IluUer, ope houe, up "ulr
Nut autborlned U) minouiiMi.
"Hubbard 8t. H"Hr.d HIT.
W. D. KUtliw. Ipve ordiintitt H"tM,
MlwHoplila'ih'lt, at rwtd.-n'. Kallr.d rt.
Bheiloy, ilexmil"' Co., Mln Htr.
I'ltriMin Bro.. owr honnc.
Not nuthorlied H unnounne.
W. O, Cook; Chief w:lnf.
" FISH, OYSTERS 4 GAME.
D. B. BoydaUm.CntrBCt.
Ind, Mill Co., 0m. Hklmier Co.
tar Mlll, I). W.HuhwACo.
Not mithonind to mnouneg.
W.O.Cook, Whiumkor brick.
Itoni'iirtcirf 4 Ulwsliberit, Mitln itreet,
J, M. Viinduyn, Cor Main und 0 tr8l.
J. A. Mill -Whltoaker brick.
"NotRUlliorlMfd Ut amioanw.
Wilcox, Baldwin Co.. Houtli aldeC.treet
MrKarharan A Hnndcrcra'k, Corner H Hn
Douty 4 Paddock, Went ldo Main Mrwt
J. P. Irvlne-WlilU.'uKir brickj
HARDWARE 4 AGL. IMPTS.
I. P. O'DotincliloorrMttln A Momnoutb Bin
II, M. Wade 4 Co., Main and Monmouth Btt
"Not anthorland to announce.
Not authorised to mi nounce.
titlio Pifiii'B lintel, O, HliirUrProP.
Not autburlaed Ui aniwiunea.
Nut ut!).irut to Biiuoun,.
Wnrr (iimimi-, Mntu irwl,
RUSTIC EOr PEACE .
It. M. l.lnm)u,i. NHtituial biiuk btilldln.
luil, Hltwm iMitiulrjf, A J. Ai hlmu.
A. M, llurlpy, Mulll lirrol,
(too, A. Hiullli. Ind. Nm'l Bank, up atalM.
LIVE STOCK BREED'RS 4 DEACB
T. H. HiuiiU'.v, ludrndvui.
Itie Huntington, 1. II. I Mirlinr, nr dtipol
IVtrr Ciuk, Wmii mrtwt.
Kit Juhiimui. MmIm ImI,
I'rnxmtl A Vviuva, wi mill,
II. L. Hawking rr. Ituilrt,! mid it xrtwU.
T. U llrtniu.
MASONS, BRICK 4 STONE.
Nut nuiliorlMI t" Hunoumw.
Mwrllug Brua., Main Irvvt,
Utut Kuappljr. I' .liwl. I
W. U. Kliarwati, C ttrmt.
Not autmlMd to anuouiHH,
Not uih.'rli.J toaunu
MUSIC 4 INSTRUMENTS
Not aulbor1Ht to aunonuo.
wi HiKC ktauvd rnday. Iiuu,
Not autuurlafd to auuountw.
PAINTERS 4 PAPER HANGERS.
M. 1). Mvutt, Main tnwt.
Willi Hill, Itwv ordar at CbHlMtnr Brua.
U. 11. craven, C tlml, nortii aldn.
PIANO 4 ORGANS.
NotauthortiiwJ to anwunra.
POULTRYB REE D E R
Uubary Hm. Inlitxmiliii.
Ind.-Mon. Motor Co, J. Doni.llo, rondui-Uir.
Hobtlirrn Paclltc-lnd. totVrtland-W nilloa.
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
Not aulltorltid loaunoum-a,
City lloKtauraut, C, l. Campbell. I'mtv
Not aulhorltod to nnnmnn-o.
!ud.LtHlNot), A.O. U. W.
Vallxy f'llio No. 42,1,0.0. V. .
Lyon Lodito No. , A. F. A A. M.
Homer IxmIk No, t'i, K. of I',
Ktibrknli Dear lOOK, Clovi'r !nf No. M.
Tba (lem-J. B. Conpar, prop.
The CiMille-H. B. Owuna. prop,
Tha Maiuippn-K. J. Morrla, prop.
SASH 4 DOORS.
MlU'llell A Bohaunon, Main Urt-QU
M. T.Crow, nrar depot.
I'ubllo, C. A. Illlclicook, I'rlnolpal.
SODA WATER MFRS.
II. M. t.ln, Independence Nul'l Bank b'ld'g,
K J. Young, Ind. Nal'l Hunk, up Mali.
,. McNeil, Main atroot.
Not ftuihorliwd U announce
WATCHES. CLOCKS 4 JEWELRY,
O. A. Krotnur, Main atmeU
and all other
Bend your Bet for pi!lnl price.
COBVALIJS NURSERY C01HPAJIV,
471 2t Corvitlll, Oregon.
CUARl H . L0N8
skinI Vv ufe
mental) I strong
& T. BxiTif, of Towitudn, Tn.,
whoa constitution whs couiptotvly
drukfit down, it cured by Ayur'i
8arwintrllltt. He write:
" For tl)(lit yir, I m, moat of Ilia
Hmi rri tuirnrnr from eonallpa
tlua, kldnvy troubla, au, lailgna,
llo, to Dial tnf ronatltullua anvtimil
to m eowplrtrly Uruken down, I aa
Indured Ui try Ayer'a Raraairill. ami
took Bi-arly awwtt bolllM, wltU aui-h
Mllll raiilU that hijr ktoMuuti,
bowel, and klilnry are In pnrfnet n.
(Iltlon, and, In all th.lr funi'tlotia,
Nfutiu- flock-work. AMliatlnio
I bKa tokltitf Ayr tUraanarllla, my
weight waa only 139 pound ; 1 now ran
brag of 1J pound, ami wa nnrvr In ao
good health. If you could mm urn be
fore; and after nlng, yon would waul
in fur trarellng Advert teement,
I believe till preparation of BuraaparlllA
to be tha beat In the market to-day,"
rneand oy l)r. J.O. Ayei A Co., Uw.ll, Ua.
Curot othtrs, will cure you
Dr. S. A. MULKEY
m 'Wfk ... v --ui i.r I'ai 'T
Tlio I'KOFESSION riUCTiCKD
ill Ull il lllUlH'lll'S. ,
OflkHj over O'Domii-U'ri Hnrtlwure
Store, C r. Main & Monmouth 8t.
OiticehotireSa. in. to 12 ni.
ami 1 p. ni. to 5 ji. m.
I). II. CRAVEN'
'' Independence, Or
Always get your
done at the
lug and Everything Printed
. at living rates.
V DEMOCRATIC PRAYER
Delivered :it the Clsn; of a
.W'I'KaLTO AI.MIUIITY CLEVELAND.
A T.rrtble Arralgaiurnl at Ike Ifettturratle
AdiulnlilnMlna It M Old
Tlwdtiniilaoii (t'tilo ) TtilmuM khort
lime itt eoiittthiHl tli follow ing : Vrv
vltnu to lliu clHt of tlt dt'iiioerulU'
ooutily oouvvittlon luat Tutwuy, M
fftrl I'roke, mytr of lrwlu, ktime iixl
til lliu ttttltttcalr h'Veiuiitly Imwih1 tliclr
limtila whllo lie ifnrl pntr to Al
might1 Clovcltiiiil, ThraiH'akir'e volif
waa fllli J wllli emotion ami ilia r
oorlur fmitnl It dlflltmlt to tt vi rv
"tHi, uluiujlily Hll'iwwi'fful Clva
Ittml, wlxi art In Viu.Mii(jt"li, wlit'O
tot fixlilinr; tltott lo aii ful her of
Itmli ami ItiUli'a l(vr, ami of Maria
Httliilit' tmy, Owttr, n l tlm gtrf-
futlu'r of tit iMiim'mtla iarty (It
rather wouldn't owu It If l wr hero)
hull thy tut me m I he $tml miIUuI
orotihot of lh wtitttry. We Uw down
Ix.foit' thr In huuihlo Mllltiitl oht(ll-
ulioe. NY Urn Vliou uyai go, Wtgu
when thou ytt nunf, w win V
liv no tlmlro hut lo at rv llw If
thou aayret blink I whit will
wear Li It, ana iii'K ut Wfriaatin'
ululTln' out of tlie mini ba dlanul't It,
Wbt'ti thou takrat aiiufl elll ii;
when thou anymt fr kIIvm w 111
echo thy wonU; whoii thou aayeal giilil,
Oh'ii Hold It la We are tk-mocrau after
Ilia Improved motif r n lyw. Dur buai-
utm la lo vole lh llokti aud vot 'er
tralht. What la It In ua whelht-r we
have fne allvur nr not? We are but
dog that fat of Ilia crumba that fall
fmtn our uiatra lahlt W ht n the
arum l full we wag ouf tallr, when
tlmy fall faat we wg fantw; wheu they
don't full we aland and wait till they
do. Th la U democracy, . Thla I Uif
kind of dt'inoerary which ekt'trd ilnw,
our gn at and aliulghty Cleveland. Ob,
mi ml adored ninatvr, wokive thee foi
what thou hael dmie for ti. We lovr
thee H'u thou' art Oh'vuland. We
humbly aurreutlvr ountt'lvt to thee.
l)o with ua aa thou wilt. Though
wheat U but forty tvnla a btuditd we
tove tbr; though cotton I low we low
tln-e; though bualuvea la dull we love
tlit; thoURh thoiiMUidn, mllltona are
out of em ploy metit we love tin;
though our children are clothed lu mga
we love Hut; though our wife, the
dear coiiU'Blilou of our bottom, la acatit-
lly drvamd and looki ao ahabby h
can't go to church we love thee; though
we are aluklng tlr In debt and pov
erty la knocking at our dour, aud hun
ger la atari tig ua In (he face we love
thee all II. ThU ahowa our great faith
and love for thee. Our wlvea aud
chldren we are willing to aacrlflce,
eveuaa the lllndia mother attcrlflcee
her oirwprlug by throwing It under the
rmlilng wheels of the Juggi'mauL Ob
mighty Cleveland, word cannot ex-
prt our hive for thee. We love our
nnrly, tott What care we about the
many promlitce It made. We know It
promoted free ellver aud we know It
won't give It to ua but wo will atlok to
the party. We know we anld If It did
uot do the thing It pmmleed to do we
would k-ave It, but we lied when we
anld It. We thought Iheu we had
aonie manhood annul ua, tun we
haven't. We have no Independence.
Thou, oh Mighty Cleveland, haat all
the niatthood aud Independence In the
parly. We are fool, Hunt, llckttilttlt'a,
and muileiH. We have no bunlucMS lo
want anything or to any ttnythliig.
Laat year we utvored fiee ellver, aud
now we have to oppoae It. We favored
then becnuae we thought It wit right.
We oppoao It now, moat adored ni tot
ter, tiet'itime thou (client ui to. Aren't
we a honey of the fimt water? Did
ever a dog nerve his mtwler more faith
fully. Did ever a dog get leu for ll?
Oh mighty master, wo are ever ready
to serve thee mid thy party. All the
puy we ank Ih to be patted on tho back
byome local polltlchin and called a
good democrat. We haven't got any
aufiHe. We don't want any, only
enotiuh to vote the ticket It don't
tttke any eenae to be a good democrat
What a Joyful thought! We don't
have to think. We don't have to
worry. Our work la nil mapped out for
ll. All that la expeoted te to do what
we are told to do, We thank thee, oh
Cleveland, that we are democrat. We
thank thee for the pitnlo. We thank
thee for the hunger and the Idle men
and women in the lund. We thank
thee lor low price. We thank thee
for the hank Ihttt have lumted and the
thoimanda of IiuhIiiohj failure since
thou huHtcmiie Into power. We tlutrk
thee for the hard lime. We thank
thee for lite rag our children wear
We thank thee for the clothe our wife
need aud can't get. We thank thee
foiwhut thou luiHt done for the bnuker
and what thou hoM not done for the
people. , We thank thee for all these
thlngH tiocmiHe it I our duty o a good
demoortt to do en. It may be 'agnlnat
the grain,' but we will tuke our tuedl
clue. We will Work our wive to
death, itarve our children, mtcriftiw out
home crucify IUrty aud kill proaper
lly, but will never go bauk on our deal
old party, and ou thee, our moat
adored Cleveland. Tlmu art men
toonunt than all of u put togclher.
Thou knoweat mora than the Mouth
and Weet, Call ua fool; plt lu out
faoe; wljie your feet on ua; we wit
lovit thee all the more. Aud now, oui
iirwtt Kilcal father, we Uuve our
lvea lu thy care. Do with u a thou
wilt Kick alleer Into the middle ol
the next century; give more prlvllegt
to the national . bank; Iwue more
bonda; preserve tho MtKlulcy hill;
eetabllah atate bank; foeter trunta
nrihe congrcMtinen with pa(ronge; Huh
whenever thou oa reel to, and we will
Indorae everything thou ducal, carry
Clevrland Mooter oautpHlgn lorchee
tnd forever more alng thy pralite."
1XIEPF.XDEH(-E TO IHIKTLAXD.
A Trltt the A Umm- Me and laeldenU
. .., ol tha faaaag. ';.
It may not be known by our rcadeo
that til iiaaaengcr ileamboat Altoaa I
me of (he moat elegant and the faateal
on the Willamette river. On account
ol ll convenience to the traveling pub
lic the patronage la Incrranlng. leav
ing Inpependftice; at fl a lu, ll arrive
it I'ortluud the aaute day at 2 p. m ,
thu giving perwiu nearly half a day
Ihere. Captain Uralmm liiforiiicd u
that If ll were ueeeemtry, during thir
alage of water, the Altoua could ariivt
lu Portland at 10M In tha meriting,
only four aud a half hour from I tide
peudfuee, but during the low aiagc ol
water they could uot make audi gtaid
time, coneequently It I ltter to run
alow now, ao thut they make at out the
a tine time all the year around.
Ou laat Friday morning the follow
ing paaarnger left here; l'eler t ook,
M. Mcl'jtchern and wife, M. 0. Totter
and wife. Mia Ada lluru, K C, rent
land and oue or two other. The run to
nali ut wa ntatlei In nay mluulca.
Arrlvlttg Ulow tho Yamhill river
the aleamboat TtdtKlo wa dgliled.
Krom that lime until near Oregon City
it waa a race between the two boat to
get the pawngvr along the river.
l'he Altoua made fourteen lauding lu
two hour and ucoedcd lu getting all
but two paaacUKcr The Alton could
eaally outrun the Toledo and bad a
great advantage. She is oftlcrrwd a
follow: Captain, A. W. Urabatn;
punter, D. Walker; male, N. Urulium;
engineer, A. J. Catnpbel'j ateward,
It takw forty-five mluutea toiwa
through the Oregon City lock, lite
panwiiger hae time to vlap. the pulp
nd paper mill aud cmm the upcu-
ainn bridge aud meet the btwt at Ore
gon Clly wharf. The recent high wa
ter did tl.oiiKttud of dollar or uauiage
lo tlie water power plaut. Over one
million dollar I being pc ut lu build
ing a cement flume wall about half a
mile king, and the machinery which I
Ut be placed there la ponderous. If you
want to oe big flume aud water
whct'U vlatt the full at Orcgou City.
The run ftom Oregon City to Port
land waa made lu oue hour aud ten
The ateamer Altoua I U'5
feet long and 20 fcot wide aud draw
two feet of water. Doing etrlclly a pott-
cnger bout altewlll carry 250 pawwu-
gera. The engine were built ou a (ml
U rn dealgued by Mr. Camphell, and by
Imply moving a lever th wpced of the
wheel la lucretuKHl and the boat alao,
without turning ou any more aleam.
Captain Graham aud the other oltlmrt
of the boat are very accommodating
aud plcaannt, and to thla la largely dut
their great popularity. Captain Ura-
hum ha traveled extenlvely over the
whole world. He aaya, If they had e
good government the Argeutlue lw
public would be hi choice of a home
aa the land I very productive and the
If the paeeeuger travel warrant, the
l ullmun car company will be called
upon next summer to put their folding
berth ou each lde of the boat, thus
giving some sleeping accommodation.
tlie boat having none now. Mr. Camp-
Mi ay he wants to plan and build
imt one more steamboat, one with a
Klcel hull, for speed alone, to carry pa
sengers from Independence and fttlciu
Au Enormous Price.
John J. Valentine, president of the
Wells, Fargo & Co.' express company
has lust returned to San Francisco
from New York, and announce that
after a lively ftuht betweeu Well
Fargo aud Adam express companies,
the former company has secured a con
tract With the Southern Pacific railway
fur the exclusive privilege of carrying
express matter over the lines of the
Southern Pacific Company in Culllor-
nla for a period of twenty-one years,
oommenolna the 1st of January. Wells
Fargo A Company hn contracted with
Pmddont Huutlitiitou to pay the
Southern Pacific a cash bonus of $1
700,000 aud forty per cent ot the gross
earnings of tlie express company over
the Union Puolfto lines during the
term of the contract.
Go to J, P. O'Donuull for Mexican
v Silver Stove Polish. 4j
Highest of all In Leavening Tower. Uteit U. S. Gov't Report.
PAP HODGINS RETURNS.
Ife.- Receives a Royal Welcome
; By His Many Friends.
TWESTT-TIIIUIE YEARS I!f ORE0S.
U Vl.lta Ilia Farmer llam I the Ka.t,
Take In the Werld'a fair, and return
Everybody know "Pap" Hodlim, u
he hn been agent for the Oit-goulnn, K
V, Kxaminer aud other duillc for many
year He I kind hearted and good-
natured, and particularly I he a favor-
te anmng the "hoy" who ympathhte
with the lonely old man, Mr. Hodg
In throtigli th good oltlcea of the Ore
fiuilan, waa enabled to vittlt Chicago
during the fair. Hnturday mornluu
Coudtictttr Webster, of th ,Wut Wtle
train, wired up to otue of the boyc,
'bring out the brae bund Pap In on
thetralu." When the train arrived
here the platform wa crowdttl, aonie
two hundred being there, old young,
male and female, aud a the train
stopped three roulugcheen were given,
aud the baud vtruck up "Hall to the
Chk-f." A "Pap" stepped ou the plat
form he wa met by a delegation of
young men n ho eacorted hi in to a car
riage, It being the hand cart of the
hotel, w hich had been gaily bedecked
with Itaga and bunting, and a chair
htcetl lu lu The band led the way
nd Muttiu fifty young men followed,
hauling the Improvised carriage. A
Pap" went down the street hi head
attd hat were iu motion moat of the
way relurntug tlie salutation of fricud.
Governor Penuoyer could hardly have
breu received With greater dleplay than
that given Mr. Hodgiu IHig may
he live to enjoy hi place in the heart
of 1)1 frleud and acquaintance.
A Houiu'lmld. Treasure.
D. Y, Fuller, of Cnuajoharlc, N. Y.,
ny that he always ki ps Dr. King'
New Dlitoovery lu the house and his
family had always found the very beat
rvsulta - follow It ue ; that he would
uot be without U, If procurable. G. A.
Dykemnn, drugulxt, Cntskill, N. V.,
ay thut Dr. King' New Discovery
undoubtedly the beat cough remedy;
that lie has used It lu his family for
ight years, and it had never fulled to
do all thut 1 claimed for it Why not
try a remedy so long tried and tested.
Trial bottle free at any drug store.
Large alto 50o. and f 1.00.
Lack of Exercise.
one of the prime causes of headache
in tho whiter. Persons accustomed to
the pure fresh air dm lug tho plettsaut
mouths are subject to litis terrible an
ttovaiice ot lh time of the year. A
kou la ollered In Kkauhk's Head-
achk CxraviiKS which Is guaranteed
to cure any kind of a headache no mat
ter w hut the cause. Headache caused
by overludulgeuce lu food or drink late
at nlubt, cau be prevented by tuklng
one Capsule before retiring and one In
the morning. 25 cents box. ,
Drain Your Land.
Wni. !. Hurros, lutely of Iowa, who
understands tiling land on scientific
principle so as to achieve the best re
sult with the least expenditure of
money, oilers his servioeg by the day, or
will contruot to lay tiling by the rod.
iitywhere in Polk couuty. Address
him at ludcpendcuue, or leave orders
at Independence Tile Factory. 2t
The public Is hereby Informed that I
will no longer be responsible for any
bills contracted by Amy Belle Klnmin,
commonly known as Amy llclle Hart,
Who has made her borne with me.
Wm. Q. Haiit.
udependence, Or 4t
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of F raes 40 Years the Standard
Ktoekltolder' fleeting. '
There will le a meeting of the stock
holder of the Flrttt National Bauk
of 1 ndcciideiie, Polk county, Oregon,
on Twwiay, January 0, 1894. at the
parlor of the bank between the hour
of 10 a. m. aud 4 p. m. of said day, for
the purpose of ekctlug director for tha
eueulng year and tranfudlng any other
bualuetti that may come before tbein.
Haled thl 6th day of Dec, 1R03.
W. II. 11 aw ley, Cavhier.
WEST SIDE CLIBBISG BATES
Ih-gular prl Dor
lor two prto
Wkst Kidk and New York
World 3 50 2 25
WHcrHiPK and American
WK8T hi in and Oregonlun.
Wwt Hihk and Bau Fran
Wkht Hiib and Cosmopoli
tan Wkmt Hidk aud Youth's
Hop Laud for Sale.
Twenty acre of bottom land. The
very bet for hop Oue aud one-half
mile from Independence, Terms to
stilt purchaser. This hind ranted four
Ion of timothy to the acre thi year.
Enquire at this office or ad drew O. M.
Hoyscr, Croetou, Or. 62-8t
Keal Cittate Transfer
M J Atwood to J M Wallace,
acres In tp 7 a, r 8 w f 875
J B Nesmith to L L McArthnr, 15
actv of David Uoff d 1 o 1000
Bernard Ferguson to Nana C Har
ris, 200 acres In tp 6 r 6 w.... 4000
T P Beveu to Alleda Tartar, lota
In Monmouth... 800
Sarah J Gilliam to Elmer Gil
liam, 15 acres In tp 8 r 5 w...... 1
Thoe UanSeld to Arthur Ganfleld,
lots In Dallas 1200
A Tayloy to J A Taylor, 10 acre
lu tp9s, r6 w 2400
H Htrschberg to Wm Madison, lot
in Independence.., 800
A A Lee to J M Wallace, 20 acres
In tp7s, r3 w SOO
Knoch Klchardson to W E Wann,-
72 acres In tp 6 r 5 w 2500
T A Ganfleld to H G Campbell, i .
Interest lu 150 acre lu tp 9 r
G W Johnson to L H Losey, lots
lu West Salem....
U W Johnsou to Miua Bond, lot
In West Salem.
Ellsha Starbuck to F E Siarbuck,
94 acres lu tp 7 r 4 w SS00
Geo Biefarth to T C Bell, 19 acre
in tp8s, r(J w... 1700
Etuma Steveua to Mary Windsor,
40 acres lu tp 6 r 4 w 2000
Thousands of lives are saved annu
ally by the use of Ayer'a Cherry Pec
toral. Iu the treatment of croup and
whooping cough, the Pectoral has a
most marvelous effect It allays Infla
matlon, frees the obstructed air pass
ages, aud controls the desire to cough.
There 1 no place In Oregon where a
better meal la served than at the res
taurant of Westaoott Irwin, 271 Com
mercial street, Salem. Courteous at
tent Ion, a fine meal, and the popular
price of 25 cents, have made thla house
the headquarters of everyone who has
occasion to dine lu Salem.
People are fools to sutler when a rem
edy can be found to cure them. Oregon
Kidney Tea is no experiment, aud not a
fake to get your money. Why will you
hesitate, when we assure you that It Is
absolute cure for all kidney and urinary
Monmouth, Or., Nov. , 1688,
Notice U hereby given that the oo-parUier-Hlitp
heretofore extmlng betweeu J. H. Iulow
aud l' Ansttoo, under the Ann name ot Iulow
Jk Austlue, la dissolved, F. Annllue continuing
the buslnega lu cuuleotlntiary. eto. All thou
Indebted Wilt please call and aettle at Tha
Kllle. J. II. Imlow,
' F. ANSTIH,
Use Mexican Silver Stove Polish, at
J. F. O'Donuell' 46
HONOR ORLD'S FAIR.
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