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About The Independence west side. (Independence, Or.) 18??-1891 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 29, 1893)
Sni nsot nirMkluuiiiuiMit alius,
m mi are w uuss,
FRIDAY, DK0.29, lSStt.
Durld Martin of this city U very 111
Prat Solon Rhedd departed Tuesday
for Stanford University.
U. L. Fraaer arot Christina with
hi parent mr McCoy.
Mr. Charley Taylor eame horn from
Corvallto Monday whew he hud bevn
Tut material la on the ground nd
the foundation laid for uew how In
Mrs. V. IL ParrUh with her dauifh
Ur Ltl'i, la visiting br father, Mr. Al
derman near McCoy.
Meatr. H.BwIut and W, C. Blank of
Portland, spent Christina with Kev.
J. N. Biullh and family.
Mr. David Foulka of Portland,
pending the holidays with her parent
Mr. and Mr. L. Ground.
Several of the boy report a highly
enjoyable time at the masque ball at
Dallaa hut Friday evening.
Don't forgot the football game next
Monday. Jan. 1st. between Stanford
Unlveraity and the Multnomah.
' Mis Lena Butler who is a teacher in
the publio achoolt at Salem, la spend
ing Christmas holiday in Uie city
Tola time bat year there was about
fourteen Inche of enow on the grouutl
Quito a contrast so far between this
year and last.
President Campbell and Prof. GeU
went to Portland Monday to assist
the BUte Teachers' Association which
I being held there.
CB. Jackson went to his home in
Duos las county during the holiday
and will return neit week accompan
ied by his sister Miss Llbby.
The Mr held here Wednesday and
Thursday of last week by the ladies'
aid waa well attended and was a suc
cess both socially aud financially.
The student remaining here during
the holidays held an open session In
tha ohaoel last Friday evening. The
several exercises were very well rvti
Kev. J. W. Osborne prvauhed at lb
Baptist church last Sunday iiiornluK.
The Baptist brethren held prayer meet
Ing every Thursday evening at sevei
Orvllte Butler aud family, of ItoW'
. land, Linn county, were down till
week spending Christmas and visiting
their manv relatives here. Mr. Butler
Is Jolly and Jovial as of yore.
An enjoyable party wss held at Mm.
M. . Jackson last Tuesday evening at
which several of our jonng people were
present. ,. A marriage (?) ceremony w
on ef the entertaining features.
There will be preaching services st
the Christian oburch next buuday by
. Rev. J. N. Smith at 11 a. m. aud 7
Sunday school at :45 a. in.; Chris-
tian Endeavor society at 8 p. m
Wednesday evening at 7 p. m. prayer
meeting Is held.
Services were held in the Christian
church here last Sunday for the first
' time since It bad been moved to It
nw location. Bev. J. N. Smith filled
the pnlpit morning and evening, bav
ing arrived Friday evening from hold
ing revival meetings in Walla Walla,
where his son Clarence Is acting as pas
tor of the Christian church.
.The Christmas Tree
The Christmas tree given by the
public school last Saturday was a suc
cess in every way, every one being
made happy by giving and receiving
presents. The tree wss abundantly
loaded with beautiful presents, and
hone magnificently with numerous
wax caudles. The programme began
' with a few remarks by Professor Mur
phy thanking the people for their pres
ence and wishing ail a "Merry ChriHt
ms.n The opening address was deliv
ered in a pleasing manner by Velmo
Ground; the recitation by Pearl Hal
leek was also nicely spoken as was also
the recitation "Grandpa's Surprise" by
Ollle Williams; "Nobody's Darling,"
'- the solo sang by Aallla Crowley, was
very pathetic and reminded the audi
ence of the condition of many little
children In the large cities. The dia
logue "Babe of Bethlehem" was excut
1 in fine style by the little folks; the
recitation "Learning to Sew" by Stella
Hubbard was very good; the solo by
, Jean Miller was excellent and made
the "hit" of the evening. Next came
the calling off the presents which most
of all interested tiie little folks and was
don by Profs. Murphy and Powell.
The gifts were numerous and much
mirth was provoked by the little Jokes
perpetrated on each other by the young
people. There were not nearly euougn
seats in the opera house to accommo
date the people but the best of order
was maintained throughout except by
a few loud-mouthed boys who don't
know any better. The children all did
exceptionally well in their exercincs
which shows that tbey are receiving
excellent training at the public school.
Mexican silver stove polish causes no
dust. . For sale by J, F. O'Donnell.
" -- - 40
G. T. Waller's Life and Death.
Last Sunday evening after an'lllness
of about sixteen days, G. T. Waller
died at 6:30 p. m. at his home in this
City at the age of sixty-three years, and
about three montlM. The funeral was
conducted from the Chrlstlau ehuMi
stwhk'h a large number of the friends
of the deceased were present. Bev. J.
N, Smith preached the sermon aud
puk many words of pesos to the be
reaved family The remalu were in
tarred in the cemetery south of town.
Mr. 0. T. Waller was boru in Mor
gan county, Illinois, nepiemuer ,
1830, Me crossed the plains ana came
to Oregon in lHtT, locating lu Polk
county where he ha slut resided. In
ISM 1 married Miss Mary J. uoty uy
whom he had eight ehlldreu-eeven
living aud oue dead Their names are
Oliver F, Emm U., Lorlu W., Ada A.,
Lula, Jay, and A 111 deceased. Mr.
Waller took up a donation claim near
EolalnlittSand from there moved to
Kola, where he went Into the nierean-
tile busluvMs, which h conducted
fur several year. He moved on
farm near Kick real In 1879 rs ldlu
there few year and then win to
Uonmouth where he resided until ni
loath. During his residence herah
ha been In business moat all the time
He and hi brother T. 0.. ran tha well
known F. M. A. store here for several
years after which he was postmaster
under Cleveland's nwt aumuiisiraiwo
then about two years sgo he managed
a book and stationery store here, since
time he has lived a retired life. Mr,
Waller wss always an houest and u
right man aud always well thought ol
by hi many acquaintance.
The Misses Kdlth and llrae Har-
cruve and Metta James gave a pleasant
play party to several or tlieir rrienos on
Wednesday evening. At 11 o'cioet ue-
ltdout oak aud lemonade were served
after which the young folks, who hd
enjoyed themselves Immensely, depart
ed for their homes.
Card ef Tksaks.
Ws desire to thank our friends for
the sid received and many proffer of
IhjId extended during the recent sick
nmeand diath of our nusoanq
father. Very respeetrolly,
Mm. O. T. Wallkr ajid Familt.
U Mexican Silver Stove Polish, at
FOR i DOSE
IS YOUR STOMACH SOUR
Brth b4 or Hd tHUDf On 4 Umm piltoM
ItsiM dutrasa Ik Us atom 4 wrm to4v
on Mwk tiisjht for gt wk Mtew tb now
pnrMr th torMttt, Thf Imsit pmrtH tttgMltt.
reguttt tho lMWta n4 furs (wmsutloa. TfcF
net itmitt,r, tm mildir.iisw ritw oi i
AlfUltCtaM WT MMUi. sWWMMIslsj 1X W, r msfc art
For sale by J. H. PUUH.
No More Back Ache
INFUMATIOMrfii- BLADDER. MD
S ALL KIDNEY DISEASES . -S
This Space will be Used
ments. Watch it.
Whiteaker Bailding, Main Street, Independence.
Clear Tour Lai
IS THE AGENT FOR THE
LITTLE GIANT GRUBBER
One of the Simplest, Lightest aud Strongest
Grubbing Machines made. For terms and
prices call on L. DAMON,
Elegant Christmas Presents
VATU. A. KRAMERS.
DR. JC'.iDAN & CO.
GREAT KUSEOI OF AUTOH
101 MM! St, ItaMMbM
anil lira now roMiillv mt
tttfeW imJ h" la svuts tikHM
iIimms, Nimwtn wtlwinal uk
Uhhmm4 at sw shjHia Altai.
rival iilrs-MM llNllalBff
IAS I Markot Strsst- IHMM iumii
SHrtttis, law ol MMthaal, iIhmw4 tt U tkift
turJIMUutuI fwnwuigr Sf t IvMwt. SMtg
MCOttPMATCD URDEI THE UWI If BUM
POLK COUNTY BANK.
I I-M fHKl.l. ...... A !
I HA V. IV
Paid Capital. 130,000.
W.MwlT, P.UCiinhll, l,M.Mnina
HLV.Uuuor. h u.whihb, r..ru
k nnnntl bsnkltis smt ttohsnts bitalnsM
imtiwlmlt ln lusrtsi illlw tjwlvwl
tulOwt In flw( or on pniinww ntwr
. .1 u l.l .... Ilm. .IniulallA.
Mm-tttm unaif vsull sad burstsr imwf Ski.
iMum tiuunK f s. ut. w i p. m
J. M, CROWLEY
Phjsiciia ard J:rp:i
Offlce-On door west of lVIk Co. bank
Main street, Monmouth, Ongoii,
Partlt wlshlug to purchase wisr
bop pulvs or fence posts can haw the
am delivered atward tb Uregim P1-
fle cars at Uerrv. Marlon Co.. Dr., In
iiisntltu and nrlues to suit, ror lur
Iher partlculsr call on or write to
t V tll:Mt,V
60 llerry, Oregon,
ras ropuur hii
ml fartlMS S lbs
Vr n it sue
I rum all Train
M. D. KOCHEiMgr.
CORNEA FOURTH AND IIDCR IT., fOUTUNO,
J. It. MATIKLEY,
Highest market price paid
for fat stock, beef, mutton, veal,
pork, etc All bills must lie settled
OPEN 8UNDAYH FItOM 8 to 8 a. m
Free SeliTy tcall parts ihs Cii;
m m w
12 tl (Is
lr I bz
W. E. Poolo,
PHYSICIAN and SURG ON
Offles seat aser to Austin' rural
turs stars- '
from 15c up,
Elwant Wall Decorations,
all styles and prices,
Reds and Bedding,
Cribs, Cradles and High chairs.
Hubbard & Staats,
Hauling of nil Kinds Done
Agents for the O. P. Boats.
All Mils must be seUled by the lOtb
(JiilJia 0ipnrtttnlljr fur
Nufferin; llumanlt;. . .
r.l. (.in. dim TMr KtmniUt to Ikt PsfclfA
DO tOO SUFFER? SrlH
III wild you HI K or 'IIK(IK a full
oiiifw nf inwllly pruwri'd mmrillM hml
lllld In nur imK. Wtt WANT VOtlM
WE Cili COIE 'BZS-?.
sll illnra4 snrt dl)riiittii. n miHlrn snd
oiMlin, sHlriMl tijr msoji yw.ni' Mrl
n, wlilrh rnsliln on Ut unrunlr s sure,
l) ll.il dmpslr.
N. B.Wshvs Ihs only piolilvs etirs r
Bl'l I.Kit V, (KITH) snd 0ATAHHI1. Kftrr.
tnn itlvrii, ri'misumtlly luttslod. (Old ss.
mm & sim mm
H9 Marks! St., ftaa frsniiUas, CL
Times are changed.
Even old Father Tim has found
It necessary to hang up his scythe
and purchase a lawn mower and to
shelve his hour glass and buy a
Fahy rionarch 14 Karat Gold Filled
Watch Case to keep his movement
In. Father Time always has the
best and that ' why he has a case
For sale by
MONMOUH, w-iw ORIQON.
CityTruck and Transfer Co
National Bank !
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
. ' President.
w. r. uunmaway
A sensral ssakles sa ssshani baslasss
iraasselwli losa. mads, bill. dUnwinlwI.som.
msrolal entflls snutUKti dsraslls rseslvsa oa
oumnt smiNiBt iuUMI to etoeok, latsrsst paid
aa Uia. S(mlUi.
H. f. Hmlth. A. NnlvtB. I. A. Allsn, It.
jMtwti, K. i. Utwdinsn, 1), W. Smuts,
Commnod Business- March 4, 1889
Ralabluilisd by Ksttoaai Aataorlty,
IR8T NATIONAL BANK
a. UUOFKIl. U W. miHKItWOK,
W. It IIAWI.KY,Cssblsr.
i. a CwiMf, U . UnlMrlsnu, Uls llslmies
a. W. WnlMaksr, W. W. CHK
mmrnnl butlnasa tnutusetcd
Hor sad wlU ssebsass o sll Imporunl
r .... il.t .i.lul n aIiSm (U UK MAsV
IBVlMSSIVii r"l'V .M"jv , " -
Horses Fed by the Day,
Week or Month. ,
Beit of Attention Given Stock
Left in Charge.
1, A. VKNKKH.
PRESCOTT J VENE8S,
MsDnfttctursrs of sod (ksJon lu
FIR and HARDWOOD
Rough and Dressed
J. A. WHEELER, Manager.
GEO. E. BREY,
Salem and Independence
Lsmves Independence and Baiein
Mondav, Wednesday aud Friday, leav
ing Inucpendeuee at 8 a. m., Bulam at
7:il() a. ni., and arriving at Portland nt
WO p. m.
Leaves Portland Tuesday, Thursday
and ttaturday at 6 a. in.., Halent for
Independence at 4 p. m.
Excellent meals served on boat at
26 cents per meal.
PuHseiiKers save time and money by
Ming this line to Portland.
Steamer will carry fast through
freight and offers special rates on large
Unexcelled passenger accommoda
tion.' Mltohell, Wright A Co , Gener
al ivguuls, Hoi man block, Hulera, Or,
AO. U. W. INDEPENDENCE
, LmlB, Nn il2, meets every Mon
day iilulit in I. . .O K tinlL All sniiiqrii
lutf brutlier sr liivittsl n attorn) O. K.
Heuneiiy, M.W. w.u. w, utwnrasr.
ALLEY LOIKJK, NO. 42, 1. 0. 0.
r.-Mssis in VhikIiivbs ball ever;
rtnirtilay erenliiii. All Oild feliuws eor-
dislly melted to meet withes, J. K.
UubbanI, N. Q. W. II. Criveu, Heey.
I YON LODGE, NO, V, k. F. K.
I j M Hli.Uil Mommiidinntmii Hnttir
ilsy vemng on ur bvfure fnll unmu es.h
miiulb snil two sriwks tlinresflor. It. W.
HIiiiid, W. M. ! a itell, Hecy.
HOMER LOIX1R, NO. K. of P.
MmU srsrv Wfiliirmlnv svcnintr,
All knlubts sre onrdlstly invllt. W. If ,
M. O. J't
Roller, K. 11 A M
HI V8ICI AK&-DBNTI8TU
!""v!L I,. J t.KMlKUX. KX-AHHIHT
I J ant 1 1 HUM) riivsiclttll Sltil HtlrittMin
,.f Niitrw Iktnifl liiisiiltal (irilllllHltl iif
l.'l!n!vi.rIU. Laval of t'nnmlrt. Utlli-e
nm U lihl A Hush bttllk lnil(llli
H.1U.111 or. iu-J
r D. HUTLEIl, l'UYSICIAN AM)
W.' surnnDS. rkTy. V, H. Hosra n
Mmliesl Kisininsrs. uimw in ux-rs
PL KETCH DM, M, IX OYFWK
an. I m.i,Li... M..r.r Kftilmail
snd Muumuuth sis., !udexmIeue, Or.
It J. B. JOHNSON, ItESIDKNT
Yj iMnllst, All work warrnnlH to
tflvs the hest of sullafuntinii
tenee, Or. '
nil. a. 11.
j Rye, Kar, Niw, ami Throat.
lic over Hush Uuk, HaU ui. Or. 5-ai
DKfl. I.KK A HA HIUT", PHYHI
elans and HiirKitms, Simm IhI ai-
IvuthHt mld In tlisrase uf wiimvit, '(If
fit over Indfllltleiine NhIUhiiiI lluuk.
T.J. M.l. W. Hsi.t.ltt, M. li
0. M , Fellow Trinity Medical CoIIikm.
GEO A, BMITH. ATTOHNEY AT
Jjtw. Will prsfllioe to sll stnle
sud fMlersJ eonrl. AlwlrnoU of lu Is
ritreiebsd. Olllos over luileiiemlt-nee
SIBLEY A EAK1N, AT-
JL turneys st Law.
.t of abstract bnoks In rulk cuuuty.
ItelisLle abstrsels furnistipd. Muuey to
Ksn; nooomDlmmi elisritwd on lonns.
Offles, tooms 2 sod 8 Wilson s block, Dal
M. UUBLEY, ATTOHNEY AND
r, Oontiseltir at Lr. Ulliee, ueit
Nutionsl Hunk, Ipde-
ON II AM A HOLM EH, ATTOIt-
nevs at Law. Ulluie In iiushs
bliwk, tietweD Hint snd Court, 011 Cunt-
ineroiul strwt, Muleis, ur.
HASH AND DOOK8.
ITOIIELL BOIIANNON, MAN-
1Y1 nfaaliirers of shsIi and lHrs.
Also, scroll SHWIUK
Maiu slreel, lude'
DUE. J. YOUNG, lste of Nevberu,
Voterinsry Huruthin snd Dentist
tans movsd to Indepeudttnee, and opened
u oflloe over the Iudependeuce Nation
X7 0. BHARMAN, MERCHANT
V V Tsilor, 0 street, tisnr rHstof11oe
tjints iu any style made to order at rea
Will consult their best in
terests by purchasing their
SASH AND DOORS
of the reliable manufacturer,
Independence, Or., suooes
sor to Ferguson A Van Meer.
Sugar piue and cedar doors,
all sizes, on luind.
J. R. COOPER
Of Indepnndeiioo, having a atmm
engino, a brink niarliinound Hnvoral
aoros of finwt tilny, n now proparetl
to keep on liana a fine quality of
Brick, which will be Hold at reason
SALT UHE, ISM,
O 1 DAYS TO
The Quickest to Chicago
and the East
Quicker to Omaha
PULLMAN ss TOURIST SLEEP
ERS, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CARS, DINING CARS.
(t, It, It.li.AWK, 1 ,
itl.IVr.lt . NIK, V HsnrlTsm.
Kor rsi snd geurrsl lnftrmstlo,llea
or ddr 1 . . . .
W. II. H Wtl.liniT. Asst. Jn. rass. Agt,
East and South
The .SHASTA Route
Southern- Patific Co.
fsltftiriils txvtim Irnlns lun dsllytopplns
st sll iliti Insiwwa fiirtlsud snd AlUsny.
sTai A. m.
t& A. a.
iu r, u.
sir, e. .
. A itMitiy Ar.
Hsn rroclio L.
Hfc-A r. a.
U:IJ a. a.
Im.xu ' Arrlva.
N.rtlnd ,. . a. lUswburi ....( e. a.
t.M burK....7sO A, . I l'i.rllna ...AM A. M.
PULLMAN BUFFETT BLKEPER3
ttHHid-ClMH Ww ping i Car attached
to all turuugu inuns.
West Side Division.
8stwssn Portland ana Cervalll.
MhII imlu dslly (except Muuds; J
!... ISirtlmid .A r
Ar tnrvailt l.v
l:M p m
I -UP p in
1&1& p III
At AlliHiiy snd Virvalll, ronnrct Willi trslnt
Mwi I'tu'irio rslliiwd.
'.. Knimuui train aslly (xwit Muodsjr)
tiim 1U l'lirdnnil Arfcsm
T:- t 111 J r ... m-wumvtMf.. I.v IWfni
Orgonln Railway 1 Dlvlaien and
Portland and, Yamblll Ry.
Airllf msll Truwwkly.
tt-limin 1 1,....,lwllsiifl...,.Ar' S4W p in
& au p m l,v....MuunH,uth ,i.v ,7-iim
umpiti 1 a r -WIIW.J. t,T 1 iw s is
Tliniiiifh 11,'kH. l sll ixilnln In tlis Kantrrn
Htnlr,t niiilii. slid Kun!. rsn b ohlslnMl
rriim r. M.bintii, Agvui, iuarnuruce.
It. KOKM I.Kit,
M imiiiirr. A wt. . t . A Cua, A(t.
Fruin TKB.MINAL r INTKRIOH
NORTHERN PACIFIC R. B.
U the line to inks ;
U i pis usi ui h
It is the D1NING-CIR ROUTE It
runsThrougH Yesi buled Trains
Every Day in ti Year to
(No ehnngxi ol cars)
Composed of DINING CAKS n
BurpaswHi, rullman Drawing
Koom Sleepers ol latest
TOURIST SLEEPING CABS,
IUt that can Iks cotmtrnctod, and
in which aceouiniodiitions are
both free and furnished for
holders of first or bcc
, ond class tickets,
1 Continuous Line, Connecting
with all Lines
AMnrdlns dlwit snd nnint(riipted servlos.
Pullinnn l'r iwurvKtiimii run lis awtirad
In advaiiM UimukIi any sitout of Hie rod.
to snd ftom sll
IMiinlH In Amtrl.
r.nmiw, run li,. pnn-luu.ed Vl. any i "cksinffl
of tills euuinuny. Full luloriiiullnu rctsrd.
n ri, limn r irslnH, rot,, nA 0h?r de
tili),lurnliih(,dous.plloHtlon lusuyantint or
A. D. CHARLTON,
Asstslflnt flonsrnl lnspnnr Auenl
, No. lai Vint strcut, fir Wiu.lil"igtn,
TIM IS TALE. ,
ndBpumlBuoemid Wunjiuuth Alular Lli