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FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1604.
well rentJeriHl quartette by Messrs.
P. 8. Banee was in town the Powell, Gota, Bpllliuan ami Cor-
.first of the week. I aattj after which was a recitation
D. a Quick of Surer, was la the b? 11 M- mY A solo by J. P.
cJty last Monday. Powell was next attentively lis-
E. M. Smith took charge of the "? f0,lT, w,Ul
EJkine achool last Monday.
Mrs. Wann of Ballston, is visit
ing her son, Prol. W. A., this
Born on Friday March 30. 18!M.
to rrof, and Mrs. W. A. Wann, gaitardaott by MU rhillpott and
girl; weight 8 pounds. , Mr. Haley which elldted heartv
The trout season opened April applause. 'Woman's Itighta" was
contributed a goodly number of The more Chamberlain's Ootiah
visitors who were well itleased with Iwniwiy la umhI the liettor It It llkv
the exei-clses. the motor runnlnir w km"t " remedy that al
for their accommodation. Mm. w.,y ,w" .
rrilwna v n . wnenyour eougn to seated and your
,-, v,., lunga are son. It to good In any kind
monies and presided over the ofauii, Walmvaaold tavnty-flve
meeting with becoming dignity, down of it and every bottle. Iim (riven
The opening add ress was doll verod atlalaeUon. Btedumn 4 Friedman
bv rrofWwor IW.1I whn m. druggWii, Mlnneaota Lake, Minn. 60
Sf a . 4UVH VIIIMV
Clevo I'm ker took tho north
bound train for Dixie Thursday of
u Ileliniek was down in the
banjo duett by Messrs. Haley and American botiou buying lied Vine
IIoj t which was heartily encored, hops-sets lust week.
Miss Constance Hawley then gave Thomas Langdou of Willamlua,
a (muwa m pivwing manner. vaa m town lost Tumdaj.
Tir liVtkvaii rVtAn aian a assist wMh I
Z .1 7 , Mrs. Maggie Henderson, who
hL Tk x , w,,T T w,:Htart for W'atrtowu,N.
1., will return daring the summer.
Claude Fryer of Independence,
1st and now von urn ancle for the tW k ir iiUm i. ,u tt vnntor or J. L. Davidson
speckled beauties without "fcar of character which was very comical VV ,u,st,tty ,U,J ThHwday. of last
the law. and kept the nndience In loughter. r''
The rwmlar mfwlinirnf Mia v. Then came a cornet solo bv Miss MKs Lliura Collins of Suvcr Is
publican club will be held in their Meserve with organ accompani- topping at this place.
hall in the bank building next Sat- incut which was enthusiastically W. tf tinner of Independence,
tirday evening. encored; Miss Meaerve has splendid was In town lost week.
Several of the boys about town tone aud Tery execution. A The Parker's singing club has
are putUng in their time chopping 80,0 Alotwor Pun wiw rtm- developed from some musical niur
wood until they find more profit wrm 10 am piawof style which murinp to a yelling success. The
ble employment heartily received. The literary tenor is out of balloon ranges the
R D Ford of this dtv movwl Pr08ramwe cndt'd with B0D, wprauno isa twittering coiiglom
toMia f.n5tWd. -tion of melodious sounds'that
Mr. v tin. Knuiu. "u. B Mm," m wuld take French proteasor oft1
, vv .uy uvi 1 luniltinil ihnwn tt. ..Ill.l. j . .1 ..
"-v' "v """"" cuiuisipctj uie auo is awuonpingour-
Miss Maud Stout returned this Que of tho centers of attraction hu, k.Mt .il tr.......
vn.tr Wm & .1.11, Wl.t 1 , . - . u wm
" " o me evening was me mngnuiccnt until he has changed his siuchig
oountyj she wUl teach a term of art exhibit in which were several from an Oregon mlsttosou.a execl
schoolin that county in the near Tiews among which were -Bona- lent work; the Urn has stopped off
- - - n . "m.mv, auiti uiuruuiiiH aiiu UK (OKntltr tit iur
Spring gardening has not com- Swimming Match," "A Drive than Xiatraro. which W i.M
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
I HRA M HMmti.
I W. 1'. CONN A WAY
IVfesb Fcnily Helped
mm! mM4 w walk, on ftecouiitof n ulcwroa
kit ttft ) lie tusk Hood SrMtirliU MJ
d ftl of Uwra wars ( Immrw
Ci. ne wim iiKiu iu iti i in witrx ftimn.
r wlMI (vn a nirluKi'u tlowil Willi iliu-
MU4 tvr. A dor tokinc HouU't SftMutwrUls
a thort tint In sb rwrri hl holti. At-
utiuuif ninAH, I lioiKiii ll run ilnn, llcmil
ffraKMU ma ui mu'li iul," M
A fnnnil bAnkliif Mid maImim buln
IrntiiMW'liKlj Iimiim miul, bill dlnciiunld,om
tnroll araaiUi rontti dtwlti rwwlvvd an
oumul kwwuhI idly wt to uhook; Intornt pld
on llint dKMlU.
A 0. C. W.-IKOSEPWDSXCi;
rl . Lodg, Na, 23, ry Mon
day bIM to I. J.O. F. h.U. Al) joaro
tin Imitbar tr liivitml to slteDd. A. J.
Wolwtt, M.W. W.O. lkHk.eorddr.
Uim la Vuduvn bllvry
V .Um la Vnudny
Tbarmlay ewnlotf. All Uad fallows cor
dially invito! to mat with a W. II.
Crjveii, H, U. Zd KoMudvrf, Hacy.
IndNredaaa. aJnn.iiiBf '
East and South
H. V. Hmllh A Nln i All... 11 If
jMiwin(A. J. Goodman,' U. W. Heart. H. i
f YON IODOE, NO. 29, A. F. A A I The
fli. oimmiu Qonimnnicaiiona natur
ilny vffoing on or bafura full moon )i
moolfa sod two wattka lberaaftrr. W. P,
(lunnoway, W. M. W. U. I'atlerauu, oUthem
wti'l nv nihr I loiani al
.... . ' .1 . . i i i.
AjiftiN, tiucn, nun (tyituy, t'niifdiui.
Hood's Mils art rrompt and nffli'iniiL mt
atjmacuoo. ooiany auurugguu, i&a.
h s. & I commenced Business March 4, 1889
- nUhlwtifld by atlodal Autlwrlly.
fJOMEIt TODOE, NO. 40 K. of IK I f'allft.rnlai.r..(r,1gf,1M,,Hlv,. ,
rl MmUt wy Wluday tnmna. " l"(t" La Vmlmta t,;y-
of ludt'iiandnnfa, Orf oa.
O DR. JOHDAN 4 C0.-8 Fl S NAT ONfl MM.
V- i IV9I afarhat t , haa rranrlMo
(IHtwtn thh uitl Tlh Uli)
1 ai.tl hum how .ltrtullr i e
r i ttubl tnd h. to mM .t, li,..
Mfiq UIMUMk Mltmtlli hhUmim lib
r 1 Giit
lo r wi,kV.
l... j ....... r " mill
All kulMOU aie eurdiniiy tiivitM. ma
Millar, C, C.i 1. U, Crrn, K. K H.
Pll YWCIANiJ DENTISTIty
"i n 'in. ' i .' ," a , " "'-I,,, Tm i 'Ti.n
TMl 8. A. MULKKY, DKNTIHT.
VJ i raullf Hi iirofiniildu in all Ita
nranvuva. nMiiaracuon tuarsniml. I
OITt( hiMira, 8 to 12 and I tuft. Uftlcw
In the O'lXmuell brkk, jnoVnoiH.
9, M. j Lv. Jbr'lianT
AIIwm, Af ii?1!
' Wcftlorf M IU,"','
M A. at, I'ortiaiJ "
fa ga n
PULLMAN BDMTT fiLEKptt
Wllln VUllllllf UiC Ulilwllilur Ail. I- I
m'V ."lUHU IflHKWUIIl,
.H.CWKII, L. W. lUlUKKTHOW,
W. II HAWLEY, CiuUter,
. . Mrmunr Sacy. U. B, Wfiardof to all thrinafi
a." " ini ... I 4 k, i m-w una
Wesi Side Division,
Oltloa la Opera
J. R. COOPER
i. S, (toMir, L. , KubrrtMio, lwli HeliuU'k
i W. Wlillkr, W. W, Colllin,
L. KETC1IDM, M. V. OFFICE
M 111 I ,
aud Moomoutb ala,, ladapoudcuoa, Or.
Of Inhpemk-UM, having a sleam
engine, a brick machine aud suverol
tttiit of Rmmt day. is now i)i(imri
to kp on hand a flue quality of
menoed vet as the ram keens the Thronch the Woods." "TheHon .,-i.,1.i.... .i...., - , ... wmtc wui b sold at reaoou
- i i iv . miviiic uiii'inn. n hiimi ittr t i i . . t
nonnd ton wtL hnt I.va r Ihn nnlnn..) T.lvui Tn )' uai a... ,. ' .. amepriw.
- "M- ..,,, M1A. Miproiue exeeucueo cauuot tie sur
ury weamer win una garaening in teen," eta, these are all represent- passed.
iiuiouisb auve worits or art ana lit to adorn
There was an ooen temnorancp the drawing-room of the most fas- The
, 1 . .. .
meetine at the Christian church tlfllons of critics.
lost Monday evening at which
A fMii'ml Imnklna k'julnmui Lntnurtoa
Hny aud all anchauaa on all hnuoruuii
iflNMii mvivtHi aunimi in eiifwii r on Mr-1
lin.wlBi.IilninwH. r.illfi'lloiln mmliw
vmo Imunii a, m. to 1 m.
HCORPORXTEO UMOEII THE i!WS Of OREfiOl
POLK COUNTY BANK.
rR. J. B. JOHNSON, ltK8IDF.NI
A- ilauliat. All work warrHDlad to
Hive Uia I ml -if atf.tjoi,. ludvtMtu-
T-NtW. LKK A UAOiUTT, PHY8I-
U riBim aua nurtiuoua, Hixrliil at-
Irullon mli to dlwawxnf woiiifii. Of.
rife over 1 mliiaudfiuw National ltank.
T. J, Lw, M.I). W. HabWtt, M .1)
U. al., fVilow xnulty Uislktd Collate.
atwaan Partland and Corvalllg
Mall UhIu dally (ul Murjdx,
liWa in I l.ir7r'irtiaiid'VirT--
jijj a m ArZiidn "a!;;;:! fJ:
Upml Ar.. -.twitm. iA;( g J
Al Albany 'and pallia. MI
Urtwtiu I'mirti, rM,i,..,i "M"m
' Portland and Yamhill Ry -Aim
ii p ni
..MonntouOi JT'tf 1 1 v, 1 7.
Cooiplexlou of a CIiIiiimi
la not yellower than that of an un
The marksmanship of several was fortunate Individual whom liver mi.
there was singing, and speaking by tested on pining a piece of par ' umi tlm chronic form
rtiffi.rnt , to a dot hi hlinrir.ililorlt V. f " aimercr saauine a
fiutlrhi wrtti 4Ka Kuts autr..... I
Christian chnrch have arrived and rwe,?wI fi'"81 Prii8i the second brvnth sour. k-k beadaehea uully but
now we may look for some newr'"' "uo urcii. uoi si waya occur, aud there la amue-
and pleasiug songs for the devo- hoHpt tlllk di,aUwm 00 riHl" fwnasliOng
Honal Tpiii The appetites of all were snmp . P"f" Cimatlpatlon and dyfjaltt
m m.-wi-i. a i n tnously provided for and the uio!)y f Slavery c..,,non
Mrs. May Woods has finished her . i ,,., Mto ' , "uit, alwaya In its aravaM form,
art teaching at this city for this
nooiul t'lmii, o. If
on wtiult! Ulrt mtiA.
1, ba aura aud autrt wlUi
Wrrya ami Aunaal fur 1AM
loaaiini and iil,.iiiiini
a, r-ry ,iu.,rliould
iii.tr ii. ruoit irci.
. rerry ft
. II, IHWI.KV,
u .a. a I
Paid Capital; $30,000.
J, II. HawlMr, P. U CampbalL
J. a V. Iliilkr, J. M. Htiimii, . Ht l-owall
jowiin ( mn.
A fenintl baiiklna and auriianiia faualnaaa
imitMU'KHi: HMIIIM IIIMIKK HflXMil u rviwivmi
nuiijmn in ciiwk or on twrttflraltor dipoU'
lawrrai imiu on iimo ciikmIlm.
-Klr, ppHif vaull anil burwlar nroof aafa.
WHIWI lr I HIM lllllt? U4a.
' ii, t iiouni' I a. in, lo 4 p. m.
.r., u,"lw or u.a liver,
,1U.W iuiy. iwiuiv lue wnicn are very dangt-roiia. HimUitter'a
continuous stream or lauies'aud Htomach Bittern wholly eradicate It,
gentlemen. a well aa the trouble complicated with
The band boys wore there and ' and hluh t orliflua.es. Juchllla
discoursed several creditable selco- ndfi,ver wmplolot whlub nlwaya
tj0BS . yields to the UHtei, , the hvef la
m . aerioualy Involved. ' This fine altaiatlve
conducive to several nlrnln t- " 7r. " ! . . W0l uoym veilWa am! Id,
or.. A . - r"---r-w i wy ay, aim uie lwocKans geation, rheumatic, nervouaaud kidney
ru wen piciwcu wmi me generous I "oooie ana ueomty.
patronage given them.
GEO A. SMITH. ATTOUXKY AT
law. Will oraotica in all aUUt
and federal court. Abtraet of title
ftiroiaued. Oflloa over Iudabatularuw
BOXIIAM A HOLMES, ATTOIt
oeya at Law. Oftioa in Hoad'.
block, HetarfrrD Htate and CourL on f !nm. I
ueroiai aireet, Haiero, Ur.
Tlimiltfli llrkela l nil n..im. i "7
ISIalM.t'nnada.aiidKnntiw.nin I ...,.
I fnnil T M UTIl lh . . -"
. ... ... w. . K I'll L. inn.n..nH
aiana-ii-r. Ant. fl, . a I'u i-.-Itllfj
Goldea Opvurtanlly for
HuBrlaf llnmanlty. . .
tkfMont Ciw Trir tttmtdit lo Iktlu.
season and will soon take a tour of
California to do some work, taking
ln the Midwinter fair before returning.
'I he numerous flowers in the
woods adjacent to town have been
No More Back Ache
spending the pleasant days gather
Ing flowers and inhaling the coun
try air. ,
The addresses of Misses I and Oak rote.
;, Major and Mr. Curtis at the Nor.
mal chapel last Friday morning
were quite well rendered, showing 8Pr,rg crops.
that the Juniors are. doing very Mr. and Mrs,
good work. last
Allwrt nnd Louie Talrow, two
warmers are busy piittimr in very small boys of lie ni ck's addi.
tion, own a briudle dog called Tle,
J. W. Allen sncnt r'fe'0 t-a8 m the procNvitics for
Friday in Independence visit- 8port of 1,18 J,u--lfl owuers, and
ing relatives aud friends. appreciates shaking a skuuk until
- Mrs. R. M. Smith went to Van
couver, Wash., last week to visit The Oak Grove literary society hl88treu---18 eshaostod, which he
-t a . - 1. " I It1 Mia AttiAH If u .til . J ii
ner aaugnter, Mrs. Uoodnight, who closed last Wednesday evening with 1 uujr mwi a uie
INFLAMATION BLADDER, aid
BALL KIDNEY DISEASES, -g
nas ceen very ill. Mrs. Smith re- very good programme and de
turned home Tuesday leaving her bate. Several of the young people
daughter considerably Improved.
The Christian Endeavor Society
here will give a drama at the opera
house tomorrow (Saturday) even
ing which promises to be first-class
and those wishing to enjoy a treat
irom Dixie were nreseuh . on
conplo on the road home met with
what might have been a serious ac
cident, had it not been for the as-
eismuceoi menus wno were near
at hand. The horse became frtehfc.
skunk until the snort Mtulifonlv
ceased, and he was horrified to find
that he was vomiting up "harness
buckles, gophers, etc. when the
lads noticed their companion's dis-
tress, they attacked the
with clubs and by their
ana Half Italmo. lie also has
three acres in ussorted varieties of
lluena Vista's baseball nine was
victim to 1,ave organized Int Sun
efforts day. 1lltl "'"l will furnish the
killed the animal. CTitre having ground
- o - --a
jumped the job) and carried him II. G. Htingley of lluena Vista.
t, tit , . . . I '
uouie. uiey are now Delug slowly winds up plowing nnd nowIhk Ihis
JOlin Clark. Who WOrkll for Frank L. Diimnn la
tnwn hna ' ' " w r. . . . . . . - B,
, , ww turougn considerable mud . ""r OR,u bVb 'O,o in me acres in uops, nnu win line poles
and ride home in another convey- ucmamute, and wading out to and wire,
an, leaving ner young Appolo to v 1U wiucr anu j. i. vells has reeoerld from a
wrestle with the fractious animal. rauKUl u 0uC was nblo to get
should be sure to be present; the U ,anUea th0 WSW a
title is the "The Last Loaf." very PrecarioH8 condition in the
. , I tM mi. -.it -a a.
- Thehahall .n.m.l.f a.,A...'c"wwlUKl- Aneoniyoau result
e , WULUluajr .
young lady had to
and the Normal school club result
edin favor of the town nine, the
score being 27 to 4. The school
boys will have to practice some be
fore they play' ball out of town.
Several of the friends of Mrs.
T i I V o juc
rrJT . 0UJi",ae Pa"y an excellent Easter dinner.
x, rnuay evening it being her twenty were present.
vci v ijieaaant even
going to put fifty
Miss Ethel Smith celebrated her
thirteenth birthday Easter Sunday
by giving her many little friends
ing was spent by all, aud among
other things of special interest was
the delicious refreshments served
which all heartily enjoyed.
The reading circle disbanded last
Friday evening until some time
.next fall. The circle has been an
endless fund of Information to the
members besides the social eniov-
ment has made nearly every one
lotn to discontinue the meetings.
Wd tvinal- U- 1 1 1 ,
..v uudu uj0 WorK win be re
sumed next fell with renewed inter
est and energy.
Arthur Starr of Falls City, is at
work for Mr. Hiesa. "
I. M. Robertson
and was forced to noddle
across with his clothes on in the
ice cold water. .
Word was received by your cor
respondent recently from a sight
seeer on Cupid's Knoll of a "grant
Stand" performance at the chute of
fllfl Nflwmill nf Ttwlnnnrwl.---. U l.
flUnrwIwl H, . " ""l""ucuwi ,u "c
"", V,,M lv Vlllj I inn al, w -. . 0 1 f t ,
nlnh.rlan.ui.fc f .n, . !... ,u8 u, W"MOB UTUOD'S 10
" " hmw uu u m. vvit v inn i r riiiu. i
nj ht J ooggnn slide down said chute. The
' . . descent was made very gracefully
Our viol rilltr nr,iu ..ill -..,.......,1 . .. . " w
' wiM and ttio. select company vlewintr
at the Teacherls association at the slide are very grateful to the
-wunrctui oiuarunv. ana awo ar, r, m -,.n i... t . .. .
.,. . , " . Konuouiau ior ins excellent and en
Vii .t ,v'"" 'u " cvci.uk. nortaining exhibition. The slid.3
. u.e parues were represented. wm be repeated tirovided the at
n.. .,..1., ..1 i I . . . .
wo. ujd,uuui i progressing ccnuance is large enough to pay
Hcoiy uquer me enicienc manage- wear and tear on raiment,
r T -n. 1 T-i I
ureui Ul x iU1' rauK i,jaimelc- T. P. Bryant of Toledo, Lincoln
T-.1 -XT , a' I, '
ovuu vernon, r., nas been con county, an old friend of E. Emmons
smerabiy under tho weather for the of Buena Vista, was a visitor at, r,hi
uie, liMJthAiiy ENTERTAINMENT Vmb weeK DUl 18 now improving, latter's home Tuesday of last week
I. A Allen has been imnrnvlnw TVTlua Mow Kk,aa ,r, t,.. u
VaiaMurfi..)- .... . ..... . - -------.... "v "no.ueen
s craf-jM.aiiiirni (j) Art his iarm, Known as the James Ta- workinc at Wm. Fnoua's this win.
B7wB.l1.t4 Tkl . a r. . . . I j 1 . I w -
Amui-ncaoHni WK.jttl TIme tom place, by clearing a beaut Ail ter. will leavH this (.lf fim Tr,i
..j . ii .. . .. '
.m veiieiuaa winciieoii. r grove near trie sciiocllionHe. and son. St. Cro x countv. WiHnnnUf
inuuix h nr netiiro ana nthpr vhnr nhn v w v 1...
. . . . - . - . " I -..w ..... uuv.. . .1 w,tou uy
vue 01 tne most pleasant enter- shrubbery near his residence. hnr hrotlmp tfrml
. , ... 1 - - , . 1 - - . v .m n 1. viviui:
r 7k tV was given ureenwood school, formerly condition. Fred was well known
ty the 1 Bebekahs' lodge of the I. O. known as Byerly dist rict, has just an(l many will feel a pang of regret
. -a.u.uajr cueuiiig. .-rue completed a Biiccesslnl term of six to know that' he Is forced to ouit
months school, with Miss Vina 0.
Gilbert as teacher. The school
will be continued a month longer'
attendance was very good there
not being room to seat all those
present. The Independence lodges
this life so early.
E. K. Hall of Buena Vista, litis
put ten acres in prunes, half Petit
severe spell of sickness.
Last MayS. W. Jackson of Stiver.
found a queer rosebush, and when
cut dowu had the proper crook for
a cane; the thorns gave it a very
"sharp aspect. Through the kind
ness of Frank Bowers it is now the
property of ye correspondent, to be
handed d wn from generation to
. . . i
ELY JOHNSON Pntp.
Horses Fed by the Day,
Week or Month.
HASH AND DO0K8.
MITCHELL A U011ANNON, MAN
ufuoturara of ath end
AIiki, aorull aawirm. Malo alreot, Imla
Wrlla ii al onm.
if.mi.1 ...v ....
rni. ,.r I MAIM, K a ftlll
T, f' Pwpafrd ii,i, 1i
ffi,rf.J?-lSS!.!.-w w oia
ttriWM Of tHtlh aVMfl.
lmlte.",.,l S? j.""1'
lkwH-L. """ "' a cur.
I " - " f - . a .
Best of Attention Given Stock "1omfeowtu IP'doe8 Nation-
KMiITX? bfTSJh Plva f,.r
iblhlied,"' ,,ru,"nM"r walcd. (Old av
- MM?, l wimifsmf
DllK J. rOUKO.IaU of H.Un, KWUHKU Ug.UUII
VetoriliHrv Htirmhin mnA rv..,ii. I
h moral lo Indepeoilenca, and opoad " l"rt'1 ."'. rr",,tn- f
Left in Charge.
J. A. VKNKSS.
PRESCOTT 3 VENESS,
m ' W EL
MJ . HIUItMAN, MERCHANT
f . .ir, v arraet, tmt ptiatoilloo,
juiw iu any aiyiejnnae lo order at rea
i N A. . ,i .L i ". ! opinion, wnii ra
. MiiiHiflii'iurrm if and Oenlnri In "
KIR and HARDWOOD,
THE WORLD'S FOUR CORNERS.
WoMKif comprlNo one-eighth of our
SlIOBT welirht COftl mnnna flna
ImprlHonmwnt at Ckycland.
1'artaiis take a nmn hv tha
Invite liim to cat or drink with them. '
Molts beer to consumed In Mnntnl,
than.ln any other city in the world. A
quart and a half per day is the average
yr iieim ot me population,
Chemation iHlncreaning In popularity
in Paris, and the crematorium erected
at the cemetery of Pere La Chalaa has
already been found too small.
Cojioiuoo now has a State T,nh.
union, and the cotnblucd organizations
urge government owneriiliip of rail
roads and telegraph, woman's suffrage
and the abolition of national banks.
Woman's auffrage was carried at the
late Htate election,
Roirh and Dressed
J. A. WHEELER, . Manager.
Partlw wlnhluff to nuit'li&se tvdar
nop ixiles or fenee imU can have the
aame delivered alioard the Oregon Pacl-
iiocaraatlJerryMarlou Co.. Or.. In I
quRiiutiea aod prices to ault For fur I
uier imrtleulnra call on or write to
I J. L. BERRY,
, co Rerry, Oregon.
W. E. Poole,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Offlot naxt door to Anatlna'a Furni.
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