The Independence west side. (Independence, Or.) 18??-1891, February 16, 1894, Image 2

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    THE WEST SIDE.
S. a PWTLAItB, MM'.
JjJ MUKU BY
UEi Putlishing Cc-;any
:suiscmiTiON rates.
On Yar
Ml MunlJit , .
Tbm Mouths
All HI.HIM nrt it am I h MntliMW Bilk XOt'
la Av Hun will bs uiavrliHl fMw. Alt ovor
qv.nno. win m ciiftmwi nv mm it
IuoMt ubtlimrv rwoliillun. will It clil
W M Ui nw uf dv uu psr iius.
Rllr4 M th Hwl-offl. In Ioilwii
auu, Ongua, M MVHiKlw oii
FRIDAY, FEB. 1. 1W4.
iJtwfWyr u to butintuM what tlrom
power it to machinery (he grand wo
tixt power, jrari.
TArJ b tort oiw waytfobtttining ft
tmpubticityt bitlontwajf of obtain
ing publicity mhtrtiring- ISIachrwi
ME ELECTIONS OF 1SW.
During tlie coming yonr tlilrtj
one states hold election nt which
conpressmen we to be elected
In twenty of those states the
lecislatur must elect ft now wnii
tor to take his Beat Mnrcli 4, 189.1.
The senate of the Uuited States
now coutaius forty-four democrats,
thirty-eight republicans, three pop
ulists and three seats vacant.
These twenty states may through
their legislatures greatly change
the United Stat. senate.
The House of Kepreeutatives
has 219 democrats, 127 republicans
aud 10 populists, a total of 356. It
takes 179 votes to make a majority
for any party. In order that our
readers may do some figuring for
themselves we herewith give the
names of the thirty-one states bold
. inir elections this year and the pol
itics of their congressmen uow in
Washington:
STATS I'KM It HP POt
Alabama
Arkansas 6
California 4 8
Colorado 2
Connecticut 8 1
Georgia U
Idaho... (vacant) 1
Illinois 10 11
Indiana 11! 2
Louisiana .. 6
Maiue 4
MamachUM'tU... 4 9
Michigan 6 7
Uluneoota 2 1
Missouri 13 , 2
Montana 1 1
Nevada.. 2
New Hampshire S
New York 20 13
North Itakota... 1
Ohio 10
Oregon 2
Pennsylvania 10 0
lUiode Inland i
Bouth Carolina 8 1
South Dakota 2
Teias ....13
Tenncsea' 8 2
Vermont 2
YV'UcouHin 8 - 4
Wyoming 1
Total.... lfl 105 4
In order that the house of repre
sentatives may have a republican
majority there must be elected out
of the 200 congressmen 100 repub
licans. Whether such sluill lie the
case depends entiiely npon wheth
er the people in these stales are
satisfied with the present adminis
tration. The West Side would
like to have the views of its read
ers on the'probable change of con
gressmen, if any, in the states
named above and the total accord
ing to their estimate.
Elections for a senator will also
be held in the following stutes at
the meeting of the states' legisla
tures: Kansas, Kentucky, Aiifmis
sippi, Nebraska, New Jersey, North
Carolina and Virginia. Making a
total of twenty-seven senators to
take their seats in March 18!)5. Of
the seven states last mentioned,
Kansas is probably populist, Ken
tucky dcra., Mississippi dem., Ne
brawka rep., New Jcroey dem.,
North Caroliua dem. and Virginia
democratic.
An endless array of figures is
presented by some of our contem
poraries to show that the Wkst
Bide is wrong in saying present
ownership maps are wrong in prin
ciple, and that they cost too much
for their benefits. Maps for the
use of assessors are one thing, and
preaent ownership maps another.
Do not condemn the West Side in
. this matter tco hastily. , We shall
have omeHiing to say later in de
fense. Taxation is a very im
portant question and it will not do
to nider it too hastily.
Congressman Linger Herman hns
dome out squarely as a candidate
for congress in the first congress
ional district. Ho is no longer a
candidate for governor of Oiegon.
The Wkbt Side does not waut to
bo understood rs opposing any
necessary expenditure of our city,
nor does it want to critlouo our
city fathers tn the discharge of
their duties. We iwogniite the
fact that our stand ou Una matter
of hooks, and other expenses, has
brought upon us the euinity of sev
eral officials of Independence, and
goodness knows we seek no more
enemies than we already have, but
we cannot loci that iu calling atten
tion to these facts wo have done
more than our duty.
We are in receipt of the Oregou
EwitgiliM of Lafayette, a neat six-tccn-coluuin
monthly, edited by ft
ft ruling, a brother of D. V, Poliug
of this city, aud Kov. Ilalluetyne.
It no doubt fills a waut iu its chos.
en field, and we wish It success.
:. 11 . 1U.-U .1 ' "
When the democratic party at
Washington found fuuds scare
it borrowed money to ran the
nation. When Polk county finds
funds low it will do the same.
When will pay day comet
A Quarter of a IVatury Teat.
For a quartsr of a cuuiury Dr. King's
Now Discovery ba been tailsd, and
llio millions who have rvwlvvd boiiwttt
from Ita tine Uwllfy lo tU wonderful
curative power lu all diMaw of Ui
throat, cbtiMl and lung. A rviiuw)
that luta stood the teat so lung aud thai
lias gtveu ao universal satisfaction la uo
xHrtunmt. Each buttls la poslUvsly
guuraiUxl to give rtiliof, or the money
wilt be rvfumlixl. It la admlut to be
lli n nt rvllalile Air couglia and oolda
Trial tK)(tlw fhwat any djug atom.
ld-giilar alM 40 o. and 11 .00.
Aa Outrage t
This Is, peruana, a hard exprvealon,
Out uo oilier will adequately eiprviw
Uie autloii of our city couuell at their
laat uievtlng.
When not only every cltiaeu, but
every city aud euunly la at raining every
uerve to ecouomlw, our city council
get a liberal hjh'11, and have UKiuey to
throw at the blrda. Our city la lu debt,
aud Use, the Lord kuowa are high
euotigh, why then till extravlganueT
Have we a Turn many lu embryo grow'
lug lu our mldntT A halt should
be called. I dou't know whether
the council would pay any heed to a
rviuouatrauve fnxu a clthutu'a commit
ter, but It la wlilxjiered that their hut
promtllng were lo aplte and rebuke
the W Kt'r Hidk. The tax.iayera, pt-r-
baiM, would not care It the couuclliueu
J Individually, would aiiend all the nion
ey they have for apite, hut they ahould
not ue iiibllo motley In them bard
tluica for, audi puriioaM. Like the
Twh1 rlug, of oldcu time, Uiey i
"what are you going to do about IU"
There are two men running the coun
oil, the other are merely tlguruheada,
and do an they are told by theee two
nit-mbera. It does aeciu at ratine thai
the tnx-paycra will alt Idly by and
allow their money to be waaled to give
a little "ui" to a favorite aud get re
venge on a newHpniier that dare to
draw attcutiiiD to the extravagance of
the city officials, Tax-1aVKM.
Lurklainute Item.
J. ). HUutu, Tom Groea and Jap Hug
ley took a tie .ticket to Indeieudeuue
Monday aud returned ou the train in
the evening.
Allan Teeuy Water of McTlmmonda
valley, did her trading In Alrlle Wed
uemlay.
Jule Hannumand Marion Water of
near LewUvllle, are cutting hop pole
at a lively rate ao aa to flliMi before the
butty aeaaon arrive.
, Clyde Wllllaiu of Alrlle, la quite alck
with rheumatism, He alao baa an ab
scond forming lu his aide, caused by
fall he received while at school.
There was a populist meeting at
Lew l vl lie last Saturday. John Brown
and Mr. Dennla of Full City, were the
leading speukera. They did not get
the cltl.en warmed up very much
and only a few pledged themselves to
vote us they tileased.
II. B.Bmlth, the Lewlaville uicr-
climit, wei-iH to be picking up cousld
erable trade on Alec Lewis is kept busy
buullng goods oneway and produce
the other; but this did not keep Frank
Turner, the Ilronwin boy and George
Miller from chiming coous all of last
Monday night and capturing eight or
ten.
A protracted meeting will begin at
Lewisville Thursday evening. Kov. C.
O. Poling will be up Frldiiy evening
aud stay over Sunday.
Ilucmt Vista Items.
Mr. Kcllog of Albany, who hastieen
visiting her mother Mrs. Moore, the
past week, returned tome Hunday.
Miss Myrtle Holton who has been
stopping with Grandma Moore during
the winter, has gone to' her home In
Albany..
We understand that Messrs. Ira Roe
and John Kays have leased about 22
acres of land of U. K Hull to plant
potatoes.
H. II. Hall is going to put out a hop
yard of about 16 acres, and has em
ployed W B. Hull of Corvallls, to make
8000 hop stakes.
Mr. A. Bhlves and son James, took
the boat Tuesday for Snlem. James
Intend to attend the university with
his slsler Dolllo, who went a few weeks
Mrs. A. Anderson who has licen con
fined to her room for the past two
weeks with rlummatlaiu, la sloaly n
covering.
Iloru to thwwlfa of HiirIi ItuUiwIn
February 4, 1nu4, a kiu all doing wall.
Mr. and Mm. W. Ilulch of Kluga
Valley, were vbltlng Mm. llulch'a
uta, Mr. aud Mm. Jlaldwlu, laat wwk,
A party was glvuii at the rvaldeiiee
of Mr. and Mm. Wlllard tWvena laot
Friday evening lu honor of Mr, George
Wells and urtdo. There weru about
tweuty oouplva lu attendauco, aud
they all nKrt a very pleaaant lime.
At a late hour refrvahmeiita were
eerved which all heartily enjoyed.
Kepablleaa ('lab.
A meeting of all person luterewted It
requested al the opera house on next
Tuesday evening February aah, for
the purpose of organising a llemibllen
uiub lu Uil city. Hour of iiieetlng, T
p. m. J. P. ClHtl'KH
Additional Loral.
Mrs. Metjuery Is visiting lu Dalla.
J, H. Waun of McCoy, was Ui town
Thursday.
Pink t'atlersou Is moving hi billiard
parlor one doorsoetb of his present
location.
Mr. L. W. Ilobertwm was called
borne to Portland Wednewlay, several
of her family being under the weather,
among others, Iew hluiself.
John Drownly, rbrmerly of ludtqwu
deui'e, died ou Feb. 10, 'U4, at Itay City,
Oregou, wlwre he moved hut suinuier
lor hla health,
Itwv. D. V. l'ullng will preach at the
CongregatlouaJ ubureh hero, uiorulng
aud eveulug. The Klckrvall coiigrega-
Uou will be addressed by Dr. Clapp at
the same hour.
Mark Holme aud his frieud O Mid
dlekautfof Oakland, Oiegon, arrived lu
town Tbuiwtay and remained here
until today, ' He report times quiet iu
Southern Uregou, a every whore else.
Prof. p. L. Caiiinliell retMirta the Not
mal school very close to the sou mark
aud think It will reach it this year.
J. M. Vandiiyn was proudly exhibit
ing a oiNHiud-a-half-year-old Otievo
cult the other day, which belongs to
iHoutt and Frank iMiigtiary, It Is a
Bnely shaped au luial.
K. U. iivalh and wife of I'ortlaiui,
who lived al liuena Vista a few years
agis oauie up last Moiioay. He is lib
his father-in-law, W.J. Klkius. Mr.
Heath la a radical republican ,
The mask ball to be given Feb. ?nd,
will be under the exclusive manage
ment of the Iudupeiidvuce Juvenile
baud. -
Mr. M. L. Ikirrls I visiting her pur
cm lu McMliinvllle,
Redaetloa la the fries of Srboul Uuok.
The American Hook Couiittiiy have
arranged with the uudvrslgned for the
sale of their school text Uioks umhI iu
ttie cliool uf Oregon, at the reiull
ensh priors herewlili atlsched,
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CLODFELTKH BltOS.,
ALEXANDER,' COOPER DltUU
CO.
s in iat
Go to the
HI! TORE
RACKET STORE
AAd see if their prices are not in
accord with the hard times-, just
see if $i.oo don't go as far as
$3.00 used to.
Boots, Shoes, Undenvear,
Etc., sold very cheap.
By doing a Cash Business,
we put Prices within the reach
of all.
J. A. MILLS,
Independence, Oregon,
At the urgent riiiet of nuniy of our
subwirllm we a lsh to stale that we
will continue clubbing the Wknt Kiik
with the VirimlM for IJ&O a year,
payuhlc hi advance. Take advantage
of this olhr now, while you may.
Mm. J. A. Mills left last Tuesday fur
Hulcin, where ahe will visit her lather
J. A. Humes, i
Last Wedmwluy .evening about
twenty Indies attended the, reading
club at Mm A. J, (loodiiian'. Miss
Stevens, Mr. Kramer and Mrs. 1 1 Itch
cock were the renders. The next nu cl
ing Is at Mm, iu It, pHtierMMi', who
will he assisted by Mrs. lr, Li.
This Friday evening a Iteiakali
lodge will lw luslltuUid at Monuioulh,
New t Jones iald it. llliKchlierg t Jh
fur 1(1 acre of land lu how below town
and Is creeling a house and burn to cool
1000. V. It Campk'll A Silt are do
ing the work.
AT
J. M. VANDUYN
Still has on hand a Large Stock of
Wig, Dress
The Entire Stock Will Be Closed Out
AT .COST.
J. P. I RVINES
J gnT . BAKERY
o- Tiki'" llif
LOW PRICES,
FRESH GOODS,
PROMPT DELIVERY
WhiteaUr Sftg, Bu'i Street, Independence.
PATTERSON
PATTERSON
PATTERSON
The
FOR GOLD and
REMOVAL MI!
HcEACIlF.RN &
Have moved their
GROGERYsTORE
to their new quarters
Four Doors South of tte first Rational Bank.
We have a Large Stock of
CROCKERY,
for which we have not room,
Which we offer for LESS than COST.
FRED MILLER i
DCALin IN
FRESH ll'D SiLT CUTS,
Game in Season.
C Street. Nt:r P.O.
INDhl'HN'DHNCI' OKKdON
kt Ste, Etc.
Usil lu -1
BROS.
The Druggists.
BROS.
The Jewelers.
BROS.
Headquarters
SILVER WATCHES
SANDERCOCK
COST S
'HARD TIMES" PRICES
J. F.'O'DONNBLL'S
Ail
STORE.
Tho Loroost Stock of
jlafdoiafe, - Stoves, Tinuiare
AND AGRICULTUPAL IMPLEMENTS
IN POLK COUNTY.
Shelley, Alexander & Go.,
DRUGGISTS
STATIONERS.
THC
AND
The Finest and Most Complete Line of
STATIONERY
In the City.
Main Street, - Indefsndence. Oregon.
Salem STH!.1 DYi::6 1ND CIKSIX6 1MB
WALOCMAR NELSON, Prosrlstor.
1S3 Commercial Street.
KxtftiliHhlinl lit ls4 with tliti imwt ciimiili'ti' sik txMM)ivf iilnnl In the atnln.
Htrjini iiin'tl v, Iwi'lvt" lmn"-Kwi'r. IjimIi1' stul (fi nis' rlolhliiifsiiil tint Talirlq
of all klnilsrlfaimt sn1 rlywl. Cnrju'l. Illunkct. KlanucU, Kilk I'liilcrwHU',
l4tillin' lliils Straw Mnt. ami fi-iitlicm i Ii-hiiimI, djiil suit rrinivrttiil. Mlk Hal
Imniil, Mlk Hnta, Slid' llnta, ami Hifl Hals i-luitl, rlyml, hlm kitl mid n
tiovatml. .
ljTLssv Oi dsrs with Independence, Monmonth, and Fall City Slugs 0ri
r. Or Send by Mail or Express.
Independence Stables. .
Stylish Turnouts Alwavs in Readiness.
H iving lately ))nic.liiimil the ntira hitcivnt in t tit taliltM uf J. X.
JotH, wb i now tMttr jtvnrl thmi ?vr to nufl t tin dfumntls 01
th piililin im nr now imtkiiiK himI hw iiri'imruig; to nmke iimny
siilMiuiliitl, ltiiinivr-m-iit. IVaitm IxmnM liy the dv or mouth.
Tnivi'liuit ini'ii a niwiulty. .
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av(w tNiUclly lor liiiTiwnilniil 4 s tn.j Itm.- IihIow.hIwii Mrm l -ni. frm
Culflil ftir lllil..HlHlMirT. lmii.l 1 1) m.i Iym ln.l..K.ii.k-n.-r ft.r Knlla I lly st 4 p.m
PETER COOK Prop.
tl&Zf7S HAiiunnn occmorn
rrjn iiiniiuuuu iiuoiuiiLU
BE TORE hb AFTER f" I'wlwrnwol ImimiMwr. Itl'l
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'rtMlnllll, t I'I'I HKMKIathxiuily known rnwlir hi pn wIiihhii tn mlma, 6nnn.Hni. nl.
.,,"l,,'l srnl' ti i"t nnittoy riunmt It mt htun. d.- not tilow uetuuuwuicui.
a... n tvniu'n mnrHiiTi.A vivn ih.u. Mmniui if 1... ..
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Independence ROLLHR MILLS,
SKINNER 6VCO., Proprietors,
Wish to notify the public that they are now
Ready to Receive Grain in Exchange for Flour.
We liuve 1ko put, Tt a Now Iniprovi'tl CloatuT mid will do a
Ofimrnl Warehouse JJitsimvHs on tho mosh fnvoinblo tunn.
The highest market price paid ' for wheat, at all times.
HAWA
II!
tint Y(i Oau
PERIODICALS,
FANCY STATIONERY,
SCHOOL SUPPLIES,
CHOICE CANDIES.
FRUITS-NOTIONS
atCLODFELTER BROS. c.h.f.V
AND
TOILET ARTICLE;
"CUPIOENE'
Thw ttrmt Vw.. lMt
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Htlll Oct Villi
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