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THE WEST SIDE.
O. H. ruTLAMD.Cwhlvr.
M Ml Publishing Company
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dcnca, urvgou, m Mcund-olu matter.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, MM.
DWCONTINt'ANCES RmumhIh thai Mir
nubliheraof Uila vt uiukI be nuttflvd by
letter when aubactrlber wIkImn) lil pixr
tappd; All arrwaragva mini b ita.
ALWAYS OTVK in! NAMR ol th pott,
ntttr ta whlrh vour ivaiwr I mU ur
iuinn nut be fouudou our bwk uulvw
tub U dim.
AIXtFTTERS ahould b addrwuwd to the
W olUo. inutinano,
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The signs of the tlmm lu Orvtfon
point to a large luemwe of our ihu1j
Won. Oregon has the bwt iword of any
State In the Union just now for crop,
climate and abwueo of cammltlt,
Those persona who Btlok to their prop
erty now and hold on, will be able to
ell to good advantage in a year or so
The trouble la going to be that creditor,
will force collections, property will be
sacrificed, and the outcome will be tluvt
those with money w ill reap a rich
The Interstate fair atTaconia, Wash
ington opened with great pomp and
nlendor August 2sth at noon
United States Senator Watson and C
Bjuire, of that state, touched the but
ton which set the machinery in
motion. The city of Taconia waf
beautifully decorated with blue, white
and yellow, the Interstate fair colom
Over W,000 people thronged the street
during the parade and the greatest
euthiuiasin prevailed. The fair closes
L 11 1 'J
Mrs. BamGotr Is in Tygh Valley
visiting her father who is very sick.
Our hearts should feci sad at the
terrible calamity which has befallen
the people of Minnesota and neighbor
ing states In the fearful kalacaust of
fire which raged there, bunting nearly
700 persons. When we contrast our
situation with that lu some other part
of the world, we should fuel thaukful
and the destitute people of tliee loculi'
ties should receive our assistance as
well as sympathy.
The American market Is the best in
the world. The total consumption of
goods in the United States amounts
' In value to f 11,005,000,000 a year, while
the total amount purchased by all other
countries of the world is only $ 7,509,01)0
000, so that our own market Is worth
to us over f 4,000,000.000 more than all
the markets of the world to which we
can possibly have access. No wonder
England and Germany rejoice to see
this magnificent market opened to tnem
and feel grateful to the Democratic
We were all glad to see the
Mrs. A. Sparks returned home
Saturday after an absence of about
Jip Thurston and his sister Miss
Mabel visited friends near Bueua
Mrs. Shreve and son Ilerschel, of
Dallas, are visiting at her parents
J. E. Hubbard this week.
Bert Harper gave a dance Satur
day night in the Elgin hall and
everybody reports a good time.
Grant Elgin was doing business
In Marion county this week. Here
ports a good yield of hops iu that
Mr. Gartner of the firm of Eusncl
& Co., of Portland, was through
this neighborhood Tuesday doing
This week we have paper and
pencil and the same amount of
brian, but where are our ideas for
August 25th the thermometer
Btood at 58 degrees in the morning
and 92 degrees in the afternoon;
quite a change.
. What is the use of writing items
with the thermometer at 98 in the
shade. They would be so hot no
one could read them.
After a run of fifteen days
Ed. Harmon has threshed out
the grain in this vicinity. His
average was about 2000 bushels per
This dry, hot, . dusty, smoky
Weather will create considerable
sickness and make a harvest for the
doctors. With a little care we
may prevent a doctor bill and per
haps a funeral.
Small need of tolling a farmer
what he should have these hard
times. But as he has harvested
his crop and finds it short he has
Inula chance to Hoo.whvro tiling
and miuiure would bo i benefit.
These things our laud must have.
We tnuHt feed our hind if wo wuut
our laud to feed iw. Tiling cost
some money, but nnuiui wo Lave
2ot, us you nee ou many places.
So we must, put more work and care
ou our farms.
Fuiutw dwelling-houi has a
Ted Btildia and family are visit
ing relatives hero,
Cass Kay a turned the hop-pickers
loose lu his hop yard Tuesday morn-
i's. . : , ; .. ' .
Llllle Deltoid, has returned from
Marlon county, where she has been
visiting her sister.
Those reported on iho Kick list
lust week are all about well except
Henry Kerr, who is feeling poorly
Lee Steeprow has returned from
a weeks visit to his home in Alsea,
where ho has been doctoring a
fellou on his thumb.
Wheat 33 cents, oats 23 cents and
hops 7 cents and other things In
proportion. - These are tho good
democrat ie times wo have been
hearing of for so long. H is easy
enough now for a blind mau to see
why England and Iho sugar trust
could afford to furnish a hall
million dollars to elect a democratic
president and a congress of the
TO rOKTUMI AM) RKTI KX.
What Was Secu In a 1'ew Knurs (Jelug
. anil Itetttndug.
last Mouday was warm and sultry
when we took the afternoon traiu for
Portland intending to return tho next
morning. It was so warm that our
coats waft soon oft and we tried to be
comfortable lu our shirt sleeves. At
Derry Mrs. Ben I.ueas came aUmrd,
ou her way to McMlunvllle to visit her
father Mr. Nelson, who was very sick,
but whom she found better.
Mg Fidk, a friend of W. P. Conuaway
and Jerome iJortwife, was aboard with
his family, returning from NewjHirt to
Bob! City, Idaho. We had a pleasant
ctHiverwillon and Mr. Pulk thinks that
with the return of the republicans to
power we will have belter times, and
ho is a democrat ton.
It was nearly 5u'Ul when we stepsd
otl the train at Alder street. Isaac
Vanduyn and Peter Cook were stand
ing on the corner looking for Polk
county arrivals. As our business was
with the wholesale houses, which
close at (5:00 p. ru, we rushed dow n to
Front street and soon had our business
fluislied. Walking up the treet we
met Geo. HibUrt, who was puldlnher
of tho Astoria Tun-n Talk a year or two
ago. Ife has been working in the
Examiner ofilce for the pant two years.
He came up to Portland to help start a
weekly paper devoted to the people's
party. It fulled to materallxe. He w ill
return to Han Frauclsco, Ho myt
Oregon Is too conservative
state. California will have two fain.
this year. Washington hus one now
In operation, and Oregon has not even
appropriated money enough to have an
exhibit at any of them. He blames
Portland for It all, as tberejs where
the wealth of the slate is centered
Going up to place our name ou the
register of the Imperial hotel, conduct
ed by the well kuow u and popular
Thomas Gnlnean, we met Fred Flood
ex -editor of the lloseburg Hrrkw, now
drawing f-Ooo a year from Uncle Ham,
in tha custom house and Charles Down
lug, editor of the Tomahawk, a demo
cratic weekly in Portland.
We then went up to see the sw lin
ing baths, being In the building on
Tenth street formerly called tlis
Tabernacle. We found about five
hundred there in attendance, at least
one hundred in the water, anil a very
nice crowd..., Bev. Boland I). Grant
and wife were sitting in the manager's
odlceandwe were introduced to Mr,
Frost. ItoHcwcll Hliolley was n
spectator and came up and Hhook hands
As we were about to leave Jtev, Grant
asked if we had ever seen the cnteiior
of the White Temple, and not having
seen It he took us tin there. It wan
about 10:00 o'cloek, but as we went
from room to room touching an elect rh.
button made it liL'bt as day, It is a
beautiful building with a tenting
capacity of 2700. As tho pastor stands
in hi pulpit he can touch nn elcctrii
billion with lib fool and half Iho lights
in the large audience room are lighted
or turned out. We shall not attempt
to (liscrllx; the church, which contflW,
000 nor tho $10,000 organ. It is best
seen with one's eyes. Returning to
the hotel T. J. P.lack tho collector oi
customs was found seated in front ol
the ofilce, enjoying the cool evening
breeze. He has received a copy of the
new tariii Jaw, hut did not express
himself as to how lie liked it.
Early next morning we went down to
purchase some small articles, at Llp
nian Wolf & Cos', and lit 7:120 o'clock
did not llud the store, open, the time for
opening being 75. vA young man in
the store however volunteered tho in
formation that business had picked up
very considerably in the previous few
weeks and a good brisk full trade was
Portland is very quite. There are
many vacant stoics and hundreds ol
Conductor Webster, on the train,
had a smile on his face, us ho said
"Travel, which has been so dull, Is
picking up." The peanut boy said
business was hotter.
Tho Valley Transcript.
The Salvation Army arrived In Dallas
yesterday, but for some reason went on
County Treasurer Gosper Is back .to
his post after u pleasant season at the
Ex-IShorifT Wells and family went to
Ducna Vista Mpuday to assist lu caring
for a hox crop In which ho Is interested.
General Master Tarker. Grand Chan-
lulu Teats, Hon. Morrison and A. V.
H. Fuyder, of Dallas, attended the
Amend of Hou. P. l Galea, at La-
myetto, ou ftumlay Inst.
Sheriff Mummer, after having ulven
the Jail a thorough overhauling ami
clcntilng up, Is having the ground lhsr
of the lower story covered with a good
coating of gravel.
Professor T. J. Jackson, (brnterly of
thin place, who graduated from the Mon
mouth Normal school this year, has
secured the prluelpalshlp of one of the
Astoria public school. Mr. Jacksou Is
a bright young man and we eau cheer
fully recommend him to our frlouds
down by the sea.
Mr. Knes, out east of town, had more
gooseberries than he eould disponent,
he dried them. Now he la making
Into an excellent quality of Jelly, and
tlnds that he has enough fruit to make
ten tons of Jelly, We umleixtand that
he took a sample of this to Portland,
exhibited It, and wus told that he could
contract all that he eould make at 1
per tjiillou. If this lie so Mr. Etica has
certainly struck it rich.
A. M. Bailey, a well known cltlieeu
of Eugene, Oregon, say his wife has
for years been troubled with ehroijlo
dltuTlnea and used mauy remedies with
little relief until she tried Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and dlarrhtia
Remedy, which has eared her sound
and well. Give It a trial and you will
be stiprlaed at the prompt relief it
alTitrdN. 2ft and 60 cent bottles for sals
by A lexatuler-Cmiper Drug Co.
LI KE Ml l.Kt Y 1K.W.
At'ltmcerof Oreiron Who Hat Iratl a
It was not unexpected, and yet whuu
it was known Friday last, that Luke
Mulkey the father of so many of Polk
county's prominent men aud women,
wits dead a sadness was evident lu the
conversation of those conversing about
ll on the streets, lie was a good man
aud leaves as a monument to his name
six noble sous and daughters.
Luke Mulkey died Friday afternoon,
Aug., iil, aged H5 years and 4 mouths,
lie had been ill for the pant six mouths
caused by parul sis. He was the fat her
of Win. J. Mulkey, J, II. Mulkey, F.
V. Mulkey, Mrs. J. II, Hawley, Mrs. T.
O. Waller, and Mrs. It, C. llouijey,all
He came to Oregon from Missouri In
1nm,iiiiiI settled, first In lleutou county
near Corvallls, but for the past thirty
years has been a resident of Pylk county.
During the lust few years he has lived
in Monmouth having retired from so
live life. Mrs. Hotiator l)lih Is a niece
of the deceased.
The funeral took place from the
Christian church, at Monmouth, last
Sunday morning. A very Impressive
nerntau was delivered by Rev, Meslek,
ol atcm. An Interesting feature of the
occasion was the fact that the pall-bear
en w etc all grandsons of the d eased,
as follows:-Hartley Mulkey, F'rank
lloiiney, Pearl Itminey, Curtis Haw ley,
Luke Uawley, aud W, H, Hawley.
Dr. Price's Cream liaklng Powder
Awuvlnl CM MU1 MUwinitr I ir, Sm t-miuUte,
Prom the Hop-Yard.
Kdituh Wkst Hipr. We arrived
at Ed lkive's yard all right and alter
pitching camp took a stroll around
to size up the situation. We found by
actual count 1 10 pickers in the yard, 40
of whom are from Albany. Homo of
them are here for. the fun they expect
1 1 have, while others are here for the
work aud the money that Is lu It As
to the fun there seems to ba a gmkl
iross:et for that as one of the hop
houses has been turned Into a dancing
hall and was crowded to Its utmost
cunaclty, about 50 numbers being sold
each night. Perhajsi when picking be
gins, said to le ou Thursday, It will
not be so lively. Homo parties have a
Merry -go-rou ml and it Is kept going all
day and lateat night. Most of the people
are anxious to go to work however.
0UEG0X IN THE EAST.
Stand High In (lie New York Slock
Mr, Albert To.Ier, who left homo last
June as a delegate to the national edi
torial conveiillou, held at Asbtiry Park,
New Jersey, returned yesterday, after
traveling fourteen thousand miles since
Mr. Tozlcrls very enthusiastic In his
dorlptiou of tho banquet tendered the
"newspaper fellows." There were one
thousand covers, costing p per cover
At the clam bake given lu their honor
at Long Branch, Mr. 'George II. Hmall,
of tho Daker City Or. Democrat, wus
awarded the prize for being the cham
pion clam eater of tho West. Mr. Tozler
"Crops aro almost a total falluro in
the northern Blutcs, but Oregon makes
the best showing on tho New York
Block Exchange, being credited with
ninety-six per cent of a crop, which ex
cels any other Btato nl tho Union.
There will be much destitution this
winter in tho middle Htatcs. Those
renting fai fns puy cash, and now there
are no crops, Iowa, tho great corn Hlate
of the country, will not have a third
of a crop, and Nebraska will go less
than that. Farmers have cut their
rops for fnillor, sold every hoof that
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
fiiile Ion Are Touching
Remember that PTOON
Have a fine stock of Prepared
marketable, and are now buying
corn to save the rest, It Is not an un
common thing to find a farmer with
from one hundred to two hundred acres
In wan, paying sixty cents a bushel for
feed. Home of these ranches have had
five failures lu eighteen years,
"Farm have Ir-cii abandoned lu
Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire,
Kansas aud Nebraska and the desert km
1ms been m great lu many localities
that railroad companies have shut up
their stations there. Hundred of wag
ons can dally be seen heading for the
west, and as sure as the sun shines.
Oregon vlll have the g.eutest boom
during the next two years she has
ever had." ' .
Mr. Tojiler says that If the Oregon
and Washington transportation lines
will give it low rate for tho shipment of
hog out here, thus Inducing the north
ern farmer to buy from the eastern
fanners having hogs and no feed, or
feed them on shares, twenty-cent
wheat will bring $1 when turned Into
Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder
World's Pair Highest Award. '
HEART DISEASE ,
Flutter Inc. No Appetite, Coulj
not Sleep, Wind on Stomach.
Tor a long time I had a terrible
pain at my heart, which fluttered al
most incessantly. 1 had no appetite
and could not sleep, I would bo
compelled to alt up lu tied and belch
gas from my stomach until 1 thought
every minute would tie my last
There was a feeling of oppression
about my heart, and I was afraid to
draw a full breath. 1 could not sweep
a room without resting. My hus baud
Induced mo to try
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
and am happy to nay It has cured me.
1 now have a splendid appetite and
slerp wolL lu effect was truly war
wua. tiAitiiv tsTiuii. t'Oiuiti0,r. ,
Dr. MIIm Utrt Cum It mid on ft tsaililr
iUnrmiiMi that tho Unit Uittlo will Vrnt-UL
AllilrUKgUfittiUltiUU, bottle for H, or
It will 1m wtil, uirtmlil, on twct-lpt of prlr
Ij tin) l)t, Ui stwUcsi Co, tltuart, lud.
BoHsob i l:tz
-oisuna in - -
C Strt at, Inbtpondcnc
PARK PENNYROYAL PILLS,
wlfliriiU'd fjmala Regjlar rt
porfrally ulu mill ulwayn idUnlilu, rnr
all Irri'KulitrlilM, painful Mi-nsirunlltin, sup
prrwiliiii, pothi'y nover full tontrord s idy
and wrlitlu rotlcl. NO KX I'Kltl.M U.NT, lint a
t'lnntlflfl and jxwIUvi) rvltr, ndoptod only
afler year of e perlniico. A II oritom auppllcd
dlroot from our ortli-o, l,rlcepr pnrliiitfti $f
or alx packiiKiM fnr $5 by mull, pmipall
EVERY PACKAGE GUARANTEED.
I'nrtlt-ulura nonloOJ 4 con la, All eurroapond
enm strlntly Confidential,
PARK REMEDY CO., Boston, Mess
Will consult llioir best in
terests by purchasing their
SASH AND DOORS
of the rnhablo mniiufiictiirer,
M. T. CROW
Imlopnnu'mitiH, Or., succes
sor to Ferguson A Vuu Meer.
Bngnr pine und ocilnr doors,
all iwm, on liiiud,
DR. JOHDAN & CO.'S
GREAT MUSEUM OF ANATOMY
I0S1 Marliot St., Han FraimUoo
(Dotwiioii Bin and 7th Sti.)
Oo and learn how wonderfully yon
Urn niAiln m.I rinur in ,u. .1,1 .(.I. n.iu
'mid cj mount. Mwioumonlaivodwlth
thouaiuli of now olijocta. Aduilc
10A1 Market Mtrset Dkwawi of niont
trlcture, Ion of manhood, (l!iui of the Ma
and kldnoyn quickly cured without the unit ol nur
oury. Truatmont jMirnKnally or by lottur. (kind
V Your V
H Heart's Blood S
Is the moat Important pi-rt of V
y your organism. Three-fourths of O
JL the complaints to which the sys- JL
V tern Is subject are'due to Impuri y
-ticilnths blood. You csn, there--
ry (ore, realize how vita! it la to IW
Keep It Pure Y
V For which purpose nothing can V
V equal f .c"Vt It effectually re- O
moves' 'lall Impurities, X
y cleanses the blood thoroughly y
m and builds up the general health, m
V Otu Timiih n Sid , Rk In dlMUM imIImI V
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Adanta, 8i. V
Ml and WUHE
J. R. THOMPSON, Prop. .,
Psswiigtw mid .Unlit fri-lnlit rsrrlnd or
t'tiruliiutw niadn and dollvsrvd flir small
tsive orilnrs nt hotid or (ssitomi Slid Hl
will nail 6.r NteiiK)rs l llielr rldtiiiws In
NUiii Iwtvi lmlHndinr vry iimriilnu
tHiiniUy eiiidj at ;.'W a, in,, ami Hni.-in t
I lla iIai- Ui Kt nil Hrt.)its work.
BATH 25 Cenls.et
W. E. Poole,
i'HYSICIAN and SUKCH0X
Offleenest door to Anatlne'a FurnU
et Your Vashing.
d" by ilm
SA1.BI STEAM I.AUNPRY,
m.l li-nvit ymir nnleni wild J. H. TIH I U S
l ilm Hlnii Sik, ln, will mil hi vour
u.iiim. f.ir iliv HMliimc mid tlllvr u !.
Tirst Doer West Pestofflee.
J. C. SHOBIAKlik. Proprietor
A HtN-itiy iim.lt. of Troelml and Poinontlc
Krilll. ami Nul.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
All ordfN from Ihewmtilry. hy mail or anuto.
drivsr, will rwlvo prompt alteiilton.
A STUDY IN V
M economy m
'J j. M. VANDUYN S iv
A Few Facts '
t.. For Farmers:
Vanduyn can save you dollars.
Vanduyn's prices make your produce jf
return oldtime values. p
Vanduyn can sell you what you need
in return for what you wish to sell,
and these facts, j
ARE WORTH A MULTITUDE OF I
Remember Vanduyn will sell you, p.
ririTUiNC RfiDK i mm unicc ::
if 6 it Hr
ULUIlllllU, UUUIW ttllU ynuiu, LHUILvl
gl:;;j IsfyJij Ms, Scat's
It will pay you
S"oi', of goods.
Stylish Turnouts Alwavs in Readiness.
Having lately nurcliasod tbe entire iutorcst in the staliles of lVor
(wok, wo are now Hotter prepared
the punuo an wo are now making and aro preparing to make many
subHtautlal, iniprovonionla. Teams boarded by the day. or month.
I raveling men it Hit)i;uuiy, ,
(Suooaaaor to HARKINS & FENNELL.)
Horse Shoeing $1.50.
LOWEST PRICES on all Work.
' elt jo::ssc:i, Frc?.
Horses Fed by the Day,
A Week or Month.
Beit of Attention Given Stock
Left in Charge.
Oregon Pacific RailrczdCo.
CHA8. CLARKE, Receiver.
THE- STEiUER "KB"
YAQUIKA and SAN FRANCISCO
HU-amer Imivm Man Kraiml July d and
alxiul vnrv tn day. . . . .
l-ravM Yaqulns July 2Hlli d about every
Um daya. , . .
IHhIiI rwrvd to oliaoi( alln( dais wltu.
:rumliu raloa from
4 C0RVALLI8 TO YAQUINA,
and Mtirtt,id tor return trip until Oolooer
Will, H.Kfi. , ,
for rmlglit and paasuiir rsuat apply to
CHAM. J, IIF.NKYH.HOif 00.,
1 to S MarSat tiU, Ban Kraiiclwo, tnl.
G. L. HAWKINS,
Tlis tiidx-ndenos Marl WorKt.tallmslM
on all mnivl4ry work. KlrnU-laaa work wan.
lilp, latmt dcwlvua, and lowml prkv.
If your SHCTACI-ES do not
gire you satisfaction, consult
to call and examine our splendid
tnan ever to meet the deniandHoi
I DOCKSTEADER, Proprietor.
- INDEPENDENCE. OR
.J" "t ...
f '1 ' ' '
J. F. O'DON NELL'S,
South Main St.. - ;v INDEPENDENCE.-
Alexander-GoopeF Drug Go.t
Tho Finest and Most Complete Lineoi
-Ca I III I. Til HR II. .r..
In the City.
Main Street, - ' Wejijus, 'Orejn.
Has the Meat CompUU -f
PRICES THE LOWEST.
' i i t i . i1
' how to
B A k a
moat good. Como and aooTho Bargains now offorod at
1 lie STAR GROCERY.
lt will pay you Our goods aro now and
. . and ourprooosaroeutdownto Bod-
ROCK. Call and bo convinced
... ju jl jl . hatyoucan got mora and
bottor goods for your
. , j. " . monoythan any othor
. stor in town. Our do-
. ary wagon Is always
ft ready. Our plaoo of
. , , , business Is on C stroot and
ft opposltoto tho Llttloft '
Pa la oo hotel.
INOE. pEND fr
ENC rr rn
MAKE A DOLLAR DO ITS MOST.
B. M. Ksns.
Draying and - Hauling,
DONE TO ORQER.
Charges Low and
Yon will And our twnit on I he at !, or c'se
and PlunnHca e iH'y moved,
Independence Tailor Shop
T. LAYTON JENKS, Proprietor.
Ira's Cloihinff SIjS
F, E. SHAFER, Proprietor.
U Mnuufaoturcr of n
in all kinds
J North Side C street
WORK THE BEST.
IS MONEY MADE.
V. n. KLKimx,
aveortlv.anUlie I'uhea Hotel. Furultur
Q to select from.
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