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THE WEST OIDE
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FRIDAY, NOVKMI1FK9, im.
A IX U. W. INDEPENDENCE
. Lodge No, S3, noeU vr Mon
day i I- - -K- All e.dora.
la brother ere Invited, to attend. Uao,
a. UUi,M. W.J W. O. Ooufc, IWotwd-
r ALLEY LODGE. NO. 41 1. 0. 0
V Mitti la Vsodoya bli amy
'boniV evealog. All UM reiiowa I
fall IDVll! to bmI with aa, K.
Zml Uosenaort, See
LION LODGE, NO. SO, A. P. A A.
M. tilaud oonaanlMUoM Batnr-
rmtig oa ix bcturt tall noon h
iuOIO tna two wnH HHimwi n .
ttoaiwway, W, N. 1L K. fttttrm
UOMEH LODGE. NO. 45 R. of P.
ri Mtt twrjr weaaeaaay uiog.
All knuhta ar ooralaliy lawta. u.
r Uuahaiy, C. Cs l, H. Crareo, K,
PI 1 YSICIAKS DENTISTRY
r? L. KETCHUM, M. D. OFFICE
C. tod rmlouo, aortwr Hailroad
and Aloutuoulh et loJtpudeuo, Or.
Deuttat. All work warranted lo
lift Uie boat of MUataeUoo. I ad pea-
GEO. A. SMITH. ATTOIINEI AT
Law. Will praetie in alt iUU
iud federal eoarta. Abstract of till
raruisued. Ofoo) cm Iodpudo
rONUAM HOLMES. ATTOB-
O ner 'it Lav. Offloa la llnah's
block, belwewu State and Court, on Oom-
inereisl street, SJra, Ur.
BASH AND DOORS.
11 M lTCUELL A B0BANN0N, MAM
I VI nfaclurer of b and door.
Alio, Mroll aawiDR. Malo aire!, lode-
TvlL E. J.TODNO.IaUofNabrt,
U Veterinary 8urgoo and Dentist
bos moved to Independence, and opeced
to offlcaver the Independence Nation
IS THE PLACE TO
You don't pay for tyle bat yon
get the worth of yoar money In a
WELL COOKED meal. We em
ploy white belp only.
WAwonld call the attention of
the public to our
-SUNDAY FAMILY piNNEB-
Tbe City Restaurant is in no bus
iness but that of giving its patrons
the best the market affords.
.lb City Erfiarti .
Main ulroet opposite the opera bouM.
Mm. UCsrapbell. Prop.
Mm) llckaU. 6 for 11.00
W. H. KELLY
Hereby announces himself as a
candidate for the offlee of
of the city of Independence.
One car load of the Best
, Pearl til just received at
It will be sold at Bedrock
Prices, for Gash. : .; ;.,
All persona knowing tbenMelves ta
debted to us will please call and settle
by cash or note at once.
Waxjox, Baldwin & Co
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
raciMC Ukivkiuity WiN4.-The
Brat of tita wrlM f ctJIIaU foot ball
wa waa .ivyMl U ivwn ilia Oivgon
Nate Neitiial Mulund U-am, or Mou.
mouih and the h0n0 Uiiiw.n,hv
lMin,oriirt'at(jrotf, uutlia gnmuda
h ,ut nwnr, iai rtuNwy, nulllug
... v.orjruirui. luitvr uniii, by
m to e. The ftirwt Orwve
""""''iigut very Uid In iu
tale and ho twuu la cuiuiwwhI of iuor
fuwnwuly nmuUta, Tlw Monmouth
Iwyihad about dk.lndd tlii.tr iwm
with Iht luUuUoo of playing u,i nwrw,
but a laam, enotpoad lrvly f ukmii
ban of tha Mtnt wM i
tfth lu ordr that tho rormt Umv
boys ahould uot U tllnmimlniwl ami
eoualoWliii (bat thay had imvur ln-fora
laytd toyvthar and wera much lighter
thanthvlreotupetltora thty put up
atrong tam. Tha gams vu full f
nap aud the aavpraj LuudM icottora
wera littoreatad from alart to niiUii.
Therlebt uard and tackle of ll Forvat
Orova tram wera allghtly lujun-d dur
lug the gauw. Tba Uulvrlty boya
ehartarad a car anj brought aoute 83
aoiuuauaia wlUt them. After Uia
ffuua thty ware glveu a rewptlon by
uiv oruwi atuitouta, rvturnlng to
'ot Orova at 10:30, tba McMlnuvlllo
xpraaaugluacoilui'anr their w.
The awoud gatna of the avrke will be
playad ou tlta Nornwl tiunoua. on Ht
rdy, the IT, U-twwn tc Normal boya
aa ma mata Acricultura (Xrikire
aiarau, or corvallla.
t'tTY Emotion. Tha city actkn
or intlatwudauce Ukea ulao on Mot)
day.DeeaiubarSrd. The oottimltUaiiiu
for the republican are W. P. I'ouuo-
wayfrom lha flrat ward: K.aiVnt-
tattd,aeooudward, aud Audy WIUoo
rrom the third ward. Lut yvar the
repuuiiraii eouveutkm mt n Wed
nvaday November Slat, aud the demo
cratic oouveutlon on Noveuilwr 84, ilia
democratic outumlttvemvu are U. F.
llurch flrat ward, second ward W. V.
Willlama aud third ward Marali
Mcrwiu. Ilia omcera to be elected at
lha oommliin elvctlou are a may. r,
racorder, treaaurnr, nianhal aud thrve
eouoollineu to aueceed J. II Klrklaud.
JT. D.IrvtuaodlI.U Fluoh.
Y. P. 8. C. K. Kntkhtaixmunt. Oh
Sunday eveuiog tho Young rwlra
Society of ChriatUn Endeavor, of tli
Chrlallan church, alli'J by the
Juulor KooWty, gavw an eutertalumcnt
for tba benefit of lh Chrlatluu church
at t'ouelle. Vom county. Ao hiu-rvat
lug prugranuue waa rvuikn.d and a
Collectkia, amounting to 13.10, waa
taken. Frograjtuuea were leut out l-y
tba atate aecretary to every Chrlallan
church endeavor aocMy In the UU
with Inatructlona fur them to give au
antertaJuweut and lake a collection fur
the benefit of the) church at Co)Uell0.
If fully carrkHl out It will Iniura quite
a aum for tba neatly church.
Took Cahhouo Acip.0u Monday
afternoon Orandfatlitr Van Mecr waa
given a tea-apoonfull of carbolic acid
by tntetake, which, had It not been fur
luintediata atteudanc, would have
resulted fatally, and aa It la bla utoutb
and throat were fearfully burued. The
old gentleman waa fueling badly aud
aaked hla wife to give him a doae of
paregoric ' Bite took tba bottle that
waa properly labeled paregoric aud
gave nini a tca aMXnruu tnererroni
which ruaulted aa above atatetl.
Carbolic acid la a polaon burning the
fleah like Are. If It burnt the coating
off the atomacb it will pult fatally.
AshionmenT. J. V. O'Dounell baa
made ao iulguntent of hla atock of
hardware and book account. Ed.
Falling, of tbe flnu of Oorbutt, Failing
Roberteon, of i'ortlaud, being trie
aMlguee, Ilia aaaeta are about a,OtK).
Obbetiho Fhom Virginia. Yeeter-
day O. L. Ilawklna received the follow-
tug greeting by telegraph, rrotu Die old
home in Sultan, West Vlrglna, algned
by bla brother T. II. Hawkins: "West
Virginia 7000 republican. CongreaH
aud legislature, ours."
Apples WAJrrBD-One hundred tona
at once, at the Independence cauiery.
Any good cooking apples cao be uacti.
Tbe Evangelical church, of Mon
mouth, will begin a revival meeting in
their church on Sunday evening next
Rev. L.B. Fisher tbe pastor will be In
charge. All are cordially inviieu 10
attend and asslat In their tpecial gospel
There U no place In Oregon where a
belter meal la served than at tue res
taurant of WesUcott A Irvine, 271 Com
mercial street, Balcm. Meals 25 eta.
There's money In It. How? Paying
Douty a Locke less money for tneir
groceries than you woum pay om
The latest bit of scandal In town Is
tbe scandalously low prices Donty &
Locke are asking for their groceries.
You can even up decreased earnings
by making decreased expenses. Trade
with Douty Locke, that the econ
Ed. Williams, who Is at tending
school at Forest Grove, come up with
the foot-ball boys Saturday and bad a
short visit with bla parents.
6,000 to loan on real estate In email
amounts, one year or less, See Willabd
G. Wright, Dallas, Oregon.
Mrs. S. A. Biggs ond Miss Alta Nallor,
ofSalem, were Ihe guests of Dr. 8. A.
Mulkey and wife Sunday.
Money to loan on Improved farm
property, Wiiaabd 0. Wbiqht,
Dallas, Oregon. . .
Mrs. H. B. Theilson, of Itickrcall,
was the guest of Mrs. W. P. Connoway
C. E. Clodfelter was a passenger on
Wednesday afternoon train. ?
Henry Smith, Lewisvllle postmaster,
was In town yesterday.
t n Trwina ame uo from McMlnn-
f i A
John Wolverton, of Monmouth, who
has been visiting h s sons at Spokane,
returned home Wednesday morning.
Miss flora BMyeu was "visiting at
Wells last week. ,
Zed Rosendorf went to Smlthfleld
Thursday, on business.
The following are tho mum i.f tllw
pupil, who wrre itrtttivr alwnt r
tardy, and whose di'Mrtnuut avvrnged
one uumired, Rr tlte inoutli nf (Vtobe;
h: jurtil- Near, I.uoy KliiKlon
Aiuvi.ln.lmiy.Ulirtrlton tlntoh, Joint
Aifttu'.. OoA V. Hnki.l teacher,
Htdinul dlslrlet iiuiuUt 6.1, Md'oy
iteguisraerviwa at tho M. E. chuMi
nuuday mornlug and owning, by ih
pwior itev. Mr. Hmhh. Hnl-Jwt.
Morning "The rWrunwiit of the Lonl'ii
PPtr," followwl by th nthululxlra
Uouont. Evening. "Life llchlud the
Hara," or wimt I saw In tho peniten
W, U Wllkliis It I ho newly elected
auerluieiideiit of the lUptUt Nuulny
"H'imkii MtMl M. li Mslt.rt;ti prtwldent,
or tho Voong hmpU t'nluiii V, H.
K'rguaon, vice prtwhlvni; V, h Wit
kens mvrelnry, mid 1WI .Miiinder
A. Irfroy,n youkic umm wlm l
lieeu working for J. II. Jlurton was
timrrlrd severu! weoka ng a ltd on lust
Friday lis and wifo tTt for Portland,
whtre they will Hld In the Ailtiiv.
Mix J. A. Whovlvr and diiuglitcr
Katie, were tunH'iigen on the Tutwhiy
arteruisiti train for. Portland, whew
they went to inuka arruinr nnnts prc
paritory In nmkliig that pluce their
Home dtulug the winter.
P. C. hitleranii mldt fresh fiuidles
to his slwk every week. Ik hna the
largeat stock, the frrhct stmk and
the mot complete nfMirtiuent kept
iu the city. Call and sue him,
Dr. J. 11. rruMT, who for the pnst
year has been running the dental oillce
of Dr. Duly, at MontNttutb, htm set upan
oftlceof his own. Muiiiuouth now has
Ihe protracted ineetliitfa at the
Uttptlst vhurch tire to tiegln next Wed
iictslay evening, ltv. Aphel the
evangelUt will arrive hereloeomiuence
rvlces next Sunday,
If the Imlr I falling out and turning
gray, the kIiIs of the UI n tieel lliu-
ulatiug and mlur itol, anl the lt
reuiiKly and sliuiuluut Is IIhII'h Ilulr
Hon. P, W, Haley hut rented hit
farm to Julm (.'ouipton iiiidhux remov
ed his fiiuilly to Jellerwui, UvU lift x-
eiU to iiiitko tils Inline, during the
winter, at leiiM.
I. If, Ingram, w ho llv.t three itillea
south o? town, litis jimt llnlclieil
digging hi llfty acre f pi.tnioin. The
cnp averaging about sUty-five Inmhula
Next Biuiiliiy evening a very Interest
ing program will he rendered at the
llnptUt church instel of the servht-s
hy the iwxtor. It It given by the Indict
at.d young penplo of the church.
Prof. Little, ol l'urtlaml, ha started
a danulng Mthool In this city, lie gave
bis first lemon, In the opera lioufv
Tuesday to a cIshs of elghUtui niciul era.
Miss Ileleii Cull.rivetli, of McMlnn
Vllle, was visiting Mrs A. M. Hurley
hist week, reumlulng over Hiindny and
returning home Monday afternoon.
Lester Loughlm, who s now travel
ing for (Villi A Co., clgnr manu
facturers, of McMlnn vllle, wm rustling
among our biihuii men Tuesday,
W. 0. Cook, Hnlph Cottnll, Mr.
Ilaiiinicr and Mr. Ituuglimun, left Fri
day ou a U'li daya huutlug and fUhlug
trip lu the Alm a country.
We .notice auioug the murrluge
lloeiiis's Issued In Mttkiioumh county,
on Tursdsy, the names of A.J. lX-ming
aud MIm Ina Blnksley,
(Jeorga McNIght, iinuiagcr of the
large slock lurrii, of MoNlghl liros.,
near Albany, was doing business lu our
II, Ilcst lost a valuable brood-mare
by eating vltrloled wheat Inst Monday,
She was one of his blcck, three-year-old
aud worth (150,
IU'V. J, Fred Jenkins will be present
next Sunday at the dedicatory sere
nionlesofthe new Bnptlst church at
If any of our subscribers have apples,
or vegetables they can pny a few sub
MYlptloni with them, by bringing to
Miss Miuiford and Miss llcnmrdl, of
Salem, were the guestaof Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Clodfelter, Hunduy.
J. T. Janid). one of tho prosperous
farmers near Huvor, was doing buHlneaa
In town Wednesday.
Mrs, Capt.J.N. Uraham, of Oregon
City, was the guest of Mrs. L. C. (Jll
more over Suiiday.
Rev, D. F. Bon noil, slute evangelist
of the Christian church, pawed through
town Saturday. .
Prof, Htorms, of Buena Vlstu, was
doing business among our citizens,
J, M. Btiuits, one of I.ucklaniute's
most prosperous furinej-s, whs lu town
E. 8. Cattron was a passenger on the
north bound train, for Portland Wed
nesday. ' . '
(lieu 0. Graves was a passenger on
tbe north bound truln Monday after
Dr. A. U. aillls,; of Snlem, whs tho
gticstof Dr. Walter Bnbbht over Suu
day. B, F. Ramp, of Albany, spend Sun
day with hlsbrotherlii-law J. D. Irvine-
T. W. Wann, of near Salem, was
seen on our streets feuturday afternoon.
R, H. Wilcox was a passenger on tbe
Altona Mori lay morning for Portland.
' J. A. Veness, wua a passenger on the
Altona, Monday morning for Baleni. ,
Hon. J. H. Hawloy was a passenger
on tho south bound train Monday,
Miss Nellie M. Hill was a visitor Id
Salem the fore part of the week,
A. J. RlehardHon,, of Portland, was
doing business lu town Saturday,,,
Ed, Blddlo, proprietor of the Dallas
foundry, was in town Monday.
Thomas Fennel and wife wore visit
ors to the Caidtul City, Monday,
M. A. Burch," tbe. Rlckreall mer
chant, was In town Saturday.
Wm. Molson and wife, of Rlckreall,
were in town Tuesday.
And douH you forget Clodfolter'a
book offer, soon. .
i, 0. Davidson, of Parker, was doing
business In town Tuesday.
'Read "A Social Department" at
taoveruor Peaaojer'a Proclamation,
I hereby apM)lnt the last Thursday of
tliia month a thanksgiving holiday.
"In Ihe day of prosperity be Joyful,
but In the day of adversli v, consider."
ll'oio at Ihe cupllnl, Kub-ni, Ongoii,
Novmubor 1, 1MW.
UK... W. M'llR'.i'B. rVrutary' of Stale.
NotU-e la hereby givwn that all Polk
ciunty warrMiiU endorsed prior hi the
1st day or DitH-niU'r 1hii;i, are payable
on iiresciilulloii at my olllee In Dallas,
I utt rest iH-iulng from the date of this
I ii.ted ol Dallas, polk county, Oregon,
fits 1st day ol November 184.
If. B. COHI'KB,
4t County treasurer.
Kuuimary of Assessment.
Following Is the aumniary of assess
ment for Polk oouuty for tbe year 1804.
Acres eultlvatod lnnit.. UW.W
Arms uiitMimvil luil....I10,SV7
Aervs rnttr.Mil luoS aa.H0
linproviiiiil ou da ami
ItsllntMi dviHilxmunds and
Town ami ell lots
Imp. on ssios ....--... .
Imp, "ti iiiiitcwtsd iHjjd...
Mllvsol rullnwl U'U. .
Miles of iikimiIi and
Ulreli"iiiiliif.-.. - , M
Mlo. slid Impli'iiii iil--.
Nt- and smiunls.
llnusvli'd rnriiliiirs, elo.-.
HorsMi snit niuli-. - 4.e
Call Is - 4s
Hhtwp mid gusis - SMU
OmM vslus u(ll MMrly.
No M(tts 1.1 W
The U. S. Qov't Reports
tAow Royal faking Powder
superior to mil otbtrt,
Tbe heinoeratlc Conrentloiu
Theundertlgned hereby extend acall
to nil deniisriits of Independence to
rnift ou Friday, evening, November
:ft, isi4, nt the city hall, for the pur-
itu!of uouiiiiattng a democratic city
ticket to 1st voted at the coining city
election, wlilch will bo held on Mouday,
IkHf miwr 8. Ihu-1. The busloissj of
said convention will te to ncinlnate
CHiididutcs for mnyor, reotrder, marshal
and treasurer, also one couneleman
from eueli bf the first, second and third
W. W. Williams,
B. F. Buiu h,
City Central eotnmittee.
The Kepubllran Coaventlou.
The undersigned hereoy extend a call
to republicans of 1 ndewnduuce to meet
on Wednesday evening, November 14,
1HU4, at the city hall-tor tbe purseof
nominating a republican city ticket to
bo voted at the coming city election,
which will bo held ou Monday,
December 8, 1HU4. The business of said
convention will be to nominate candi
dates ror mayor, recorder, marshal,
and trenMirer, ab ono couucllinan,
each from the first, s-oud and
W. P. Connoway,
E. O. Pkntland,
City Central committee.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Pair Highest Award.
Council Proceed lug.
Council convened lu regular session
Tuesday eyeulug. Mayor Hurley In
the chair; couuoilineii preseut were
Irvine, Percival, Finch, Stroug and
Klrklaud. Minute of previous meet
ing read uud approved. The committee
on streets reported on tbe petition of
L. U. Oiluiore et, al, for a aldo walk
from the corner of 7th St. to corner of
8rd St, ou Monmouth atreetaud recom
mended that It bo favorably received
mid the side walk ordered mudu. Tbe
report, was adopted and the walk order
ed built, The ordinance committee re
ported as follow We your committee
would beg leave to report that we, hav
lug carefully examined alt blda for the
iriutlng of the charter aud ordinance
of theclty of ludcpondenoe.huve award
ed the coiitruct to the Jinterprim, their
bid bel ug 01 ecu ts per page. Tho report
was accepted. The petition of M. Ros
endorf uud others for an oro light at
the Ititehicetlou of D. s treat aud either
fourth or fifth streets, was referred to
the street commit tco. The finance
ci iniiilttce reported, In regard to the
hill of $45.00 of County Clerk Mulkey
for platting the town for uescusment
purposes, that the bill be cut to $25.00.
The report wus adopted and tbe recor
der or Jural to draw au order for the
amount. H. D. Waller mudu applica
tion for saloon license, with bond and
treasurers receipt for $100.00. The bond
wus approved and the recorder ordered
to losue license. The council then ap
pointed the following to serve as judge
unu u:eiKS or election nuu aesiguaiea
the voting pluces in tbe several wards:
First wurd, W. H. Walker Judge,
M. O. potter and J. F.O'Douuell, clerk,
voting pluce ut tho city hull. Second
wuid, N. 0. Clodfelter, Judge, J. T.Ford
and George Cluggctt, clerks, voting
pluce at J, D. Irvine's office. Third
ward, Thomas Scudder, Judge, It. A.
Fuller and J. A. Beam, clerks, voting
place at Thomas Scudder's residence.
It was moved and carried that the rec
order be authorized to purchase 100 dog
tags. The following bills were ordered
paidi-Eleotrlo'light Co. $78.00, Estes &
Elklus, hauling, $18 25, L, q. Olliiiore,
water, $50.00, Preeobtt A Veness, lurn,
bcr, 8101.42, O. M. Reed; fees,? 6.00, A.
J. Tupper, fees and salary,$58. 75, James
Simmons, work, $1.60, E, Hammer,
work,$1.88, W. H. Gassoway, work,$2.
CO, John Fluke, $8.20, J. L. Sutherland,
work, $8.80, J. M. Feter, salary, 830.00.
Wkst Sidb, printing notices, $2.15,
Enterprise bill of $8.00 for drawing
specifications for printing charter, re
ferred to finance committee.
The girl who doesn't lur tight. '
The girl who prefers a eimkery-book
to a pnny novelette.
The girl who la Uot the least nshanu d
of a healthy apitlte,
The girl who dmtt-n't tbluk every
other pretty m e "niiiket up hnirlbly."
The girl who dosen't piuch her fuel
Inloslufs a sine an I a half toi anmtl
The ghl who will sing under a trifle
less than three quarters of oil hour's
The girl who doesn't waut to slop
and stare Into every olherahop-wludow
The girl who can purchase a packet
of plus and a yard of col loo without
turning over everything In tbe shop,
Tbe girl who can receive a little polite
attention from a man without at once
Jumping to the conclusion thut he's In
love with her,
We would call tbe attention of oash
subscriber to our offer of the Wast
Silik to Jauuary 1H00 for 12. This offer
la made now and may be discontinued
Tuj Intangible feeling we call "cotifl
deuce" can be best illustrated by the
fee.lug we have wlieu we deal with
Douty A Ltke.
, A bnuiiUd buUM In diets pntetliml and an
WHiisntln day. OHIittlllng of a rsrllv, but
an tiidl Idnsl twunlsd with ttie Idra, tlist nil
allitteet Is Inmirsbls Is s pursootms fl(iiutly
m I wUU.'UUiwIM la lbs sOllliy of niedlulns
to eurs Is only a nilld form or tnonoitinitls,
allbnuab In some esses repttited nUltirv to
obtain rllr from insuy dlltsruut snurm
would slinosl twun to Justify tin doubt. Uo.
tnttst's Hloinaeb IlllUtrs Iim demoustrstod Its
ability to ovsreom dyM-(i, winsilpsllon,
liver snd k'dnsys trouble, mslartal cum
plaint aud nsrvonsiiass, and lu rwxtrded
aoblevsmsnUi la Uis vuratlv tins ounbt at
kut to wsrrsot lis uil by any one troubled
villi any of tlis above sllntsnu, even although
his previous sltoru lu obtala rsmedlsl sld
bsvo betn fruUlosn. Vma with psrslsumcs,
lha Hitters will conquer Ilia most olxtlunt
Tottle (aged 6) I wonder why babies
are always born In tbe night time.
Lottie (age 7,a little wiser) IWt you
know? "Cos they waut to make sure
of finding their mothers at homo.
liucklcu's Arnica Sal re.
The beat ralve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulceia. salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chappec hands, chilblains,
corns, aud all sklu ci notions, and post
lively cure pile oi uo pay required
It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion or money refunded Price 2t
cents per box. For sale by all druggists.
A paper published In aun burnt Kan
a make 'lie horrible auunucemetit
that tbe dmu'li U drying up tlie cows.
Home tin e ago Ihe farmers In that sec
tion had to souk Uelr piga lu water to
make them hold swi'b Better come to
Oregou where the e.rtb la strewn
with milk and honey. fcA Leader,
W authorise our advertised druggist
to aell Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs, and Colds, up,
ou this condition If you are afflicted
with a Cough, Cold or any Lung.
Throat or Chest trouble, and will use
this remedy as directed, giving It a fair
trial, aud experience no benefit, you
may return the bottle and have your
money refunded. We could not make
this oiler did we not know bat Dr.
King' New Discovery could bo relied
on. It nvor disappoints. Trial bottles
free at any Drug Store, Large size 50c
Clara Were there any marrying men
down at tbe beach this sunuuar? Clara
Yes; there wen two minister and a
Justice of the peace. Yonkers Stale
Henry Wilson, the postmaster at
Welsbton, Florida aays he cured a case
of diarrhosa of long standing In six
hours, wltb one small bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea
Remedy. What a pleasant surprise
that must have been to tbs sufferer.
Such cures are not unusual with this
remedy. Iu many Instances ouly one
or two doses are required to give per
manent relief. It can always be de .en
ded upon. When reduced with water
It Is oleasaut to take. For aale by Alex
ander-Cooper Drug Co.
After counting hla money until bo
was tired a grocer of Salem Just for un
experiment weighed some of his green
backs and found It took Just twenty-
two oue-dollar bills to weigh as much
a silver dollar.
W. A. McOuIre, a well known ( itlzeu
of McKey, Ohio, Is of the opinion that
there Is nothing na good for children
troubled wltb colds or croup as Cham
berlain' Cough Remedy. He bus used
it In bis family for several years with
the best results and always keeps a
bottle of It lu the 'house. After having
la grippe he was himself troubled with
a se vere cough. He used other remedies
without benefit aud then conaluded to
try the children's medicine aud to his
lelight it soon effected a permanent
cure. 50 cent bottles ror sale by Alexander-Cooper
Tbe largest woman In Missouri was
born lu Clark county. She Is now a
resident of Kahoka, the county seat.
She Is 22 years old, 8 feet high, weighs
760 pounds, wears a No. 10 shoe aud a
No. 17 glove. And Bhe probably likes
to be called "little woman." '
For a pain In the chest there is no
thing so good as a piece of llannol dam-
dened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and bound over the seat of pain. It
affords prompt and permanent relief
aud if used iu time will often prevent
a cold from resulting in pueumonla
This some trcatraant Is a sure cure for
lunie buck For sale by Alexander
Cooper Drug Co.
6th at 8:45 a. m. to the 'wife of E.
C. Peutland, an eleven pouud girl,
RICHARDSON. Sunday, November
4th at 8 p. m. to tbe wife of John
W.Richardson a seven pound 'boy,
All doing well, .
Examination of Teachers.
Notice is hereby given, that fof the
puriise of making au examination bf
all persons who limy oiler themselves
as candidates for teachers of tbe schisda
of this county, the seltisd Usrluteu
dent tlx leof will hold a public exsinl
iiuilon nt 1 p. in., Wcdutwilay, Novem
ber 14, 1SU4.
Graduates of charter Institutions
desiring hi secure state ileploinos and
all persons entitled to, and wishing to
siH-ure statu CMrtlltcaUs, state deplouias
or llfo deplouiss, will please present
tht-niNelves at the same tine and plane
School Bupt. Polk Co.
The ladies of the Congregational
Church will give a chrysanthemum
fulr at the opera house, November 10th
The following prhtes will be awarded
For the largest collection, first prlxe
For tbe largest collectlon,second prize
Rest collection of potted chrysanthe
The best sjioclmeu of white, yellow
and red, .60 cants each,
A good musical and literary programe
will be rendered In the evening. Admis
sion 15 cents, during the day, 10 cents,
All exhibitors are requested to bring
their flo vera ou Wednesday.
F. E. Shafer baa ooucluded that In
dependence la the best town after alL
It, K Page has o(ienud a butcher shop
ou main street, opjioslte the Alexander-
Cooper Drug Co. store, aud will keep
on hand a full assortmeut of fine meat
which he will sell at low prices.
Rev. L. 8, Fisher will preach In the
Calvary Evangelical church next Sun
day at 8) p. in.
JKH & jv. irgde
Do "You Ever Have Bolls?
for iSTtrsi jtu prior to Wot. than was
tawdry a day that I was Ira from Mil a4
ether snipUout ot thaikla arista Iron UapuN
tUsof tbs blood. IbssaatotaksBood'sSar
aaparUta, and bWor I had tatehsd Ot 0Ur4
botus 1 louud ByssU snttrcly oursd." a. V.
Uyd, at Van Yslsr Qyde, Bsal Kslat, 0
Loo BaUdlag, Kruno, Callioroia,
tajrSOME PRICES AT THE"1BJ
Rig box Mucking 5 cents
Big Itottlo nmct'ltige 5 cents
Galvanized fire shovel 10 cents
Paper (best brass) pins 5 cents
Paper (second best) pins 3 cents
One pnckiigo needle 3 cents
One spool beat thread - 4 cents
One egg healer 15 cents
rair spectacles 15 cents
Aluminum thimbles 3 cents
One dozen pcncilcs 5 cents
Steel hatchet 33 cents
Sewiug machine 8 cents
Tack hammers Scents
Bright tin dust-pan 8 cents
Sufuty-pins per dozen 2 cents
Safety-pins per dor-en 3 cents
Safety pi us per dozen 4 cents
Knives and forks, steel with
wood handles per set GO cents
Tracing wheels Scents
Otlier G-bo&s In
. yxMit -
C Straat, lnbpndnee
' l PORTLAND.
LEAVES INDEPENDENCE v-
Monday, v . "
Wednesday ' , ; '
AT 6:30 A. M. -
- ' and
AT 6:00 A". M.
rational - Bank I
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
V. P. (XlNNAWA V
A (saeral banking sad ssehaogs boslasw
traasaoted; loans iaa4, bills discounted, eon
mtrolal eredlU (runted: deposit rsoeivsd on
eurrent account subject to aback, latonst paid
oa Uin deposit.
. B. F. Hmltb, A. Nslsnn, I. A.' Allen, H. ft.
"lrn, A. i. (Juudinan, I), W, Hears, 11.
Commenoed Business March 4, 1889
tstaJillsbed by attooal Authority.
fust hiicml em.
'. , President,
U W. KOBKllTHOX,
V. W HAWI.KV.OhUa
i. 8. Uoopsr, 1m , Bobrtson,Lwls Usimhsk
O. W. Whllesksr, W. W. Collins.
A oral banktnr buslnaas transaetod
Buys and aslls sohau oa all tinporuuil
ucpuaiia nmiTN suoiaai vo onso or on
Uflrau of deposit. (liollns mada.
Offlos hours: S a. la, tu I p. m.
MCORP0IUTEDUNOEI THE UWI Of 0RE601,
Polk County Bank,
1UA U foWA-LXu.
Paid Capital, 330,000
Icy, P. UCampbslI,
J.V. llutler. 1
nuer. f.B, nuiiiip,
r. a. rowan
JfMuiDh I Graven.
Assneral bauklua aud axohanc buslnaas
iransaciea; loans maa aeuosiM reouiveo
subject lu ebevk or ou oertinoaU of deposit-lau-rasl
nald on tints densilu.
-Klr proof vault and burglar proof atfe,
ssourag oy i aja iim iocs.
ouice uourt! a. so. w p. m.
Highest market price paid
for fat atock, beef, mutton,veal,
pork, etc. All bills must be settled
OPEN SUNDAYS FROM 8 to 9 a. m.
Ill EVEOGREEH TREE
Wa will send you bit mail oott-uaid one small
evergreen tree adapted to your climate, with
insiruotions lor piauun sua carina tor m iu.
getber with our oomplete list of Nursery
slook, If you will out out this advertisement,
mark ou It the muneof this paper and tell
bow many and what kind of tree and plants
jrou would like to purchase and when yeu
wlsb to plant tbein. '
Wa will uuole you lower Drloes on ths stock
you waut tnan hav ever been ollerad you.
8-17 Kvergreen, Uoor Co., Wis.
G. L. HAWKINS,
The Independeoc Marble Works, estimate
on all cemetery work. Klret-claas workman
,Ulp, latest designs, and lowest price.
P. H. MoCABE. S. MUHLMAN.
P. H. KcCUE I CO.,
Manufacturers of V
of all alsea.
Prloea to Suit the
OFFICE AND FACTORY
ndependence, ' Oregon
STAGE LINE. "
J. R. THOMPSON, Prop.
Passongors and light freight carried on
Purchases made and delivered for a small
compensation. ... '
Leave orders at hotel or postofflce and Stage
will call for passebgort at their resldenou in
Btans leaves Independence every morning
(Sunday excepted) st 8;30 a. m., aud Salem at
aK p.m, . ,
Will consult their best in
terests by purchasing their
SASH AND DOORS
of the reliable manufacturer,
M. T. CROW
V Independence, Or, snooes-
sor to Ferguson A Van Meer, ,
on gar piue ana oeaar aoors,
all sizes, on hand.
dependence Tile Factor
American aad Knropssnjlm,
THOS. GUINEAN, Preprleter,
, C ,Tflf x
Seventh and Washington
A, PHBHOOTT, . A.;VIW8S
Prescott 8c Veness,
Maaufaelarr of and Dealer la
FIR and HARDWOOD.
Roirh and Dressed
J.A.WHEELER, . Mangfer.
HI'S KM E?
Is the place to (et aU flrstoUus work.
BATH 28 Cna.444-f
First Door Weat of Pestorfloa. -
J. u bHUtMAKEK, Proprietor
A Specialty mad of Tropical and Domcaile
uiw atuu uia,
WHOLESALE -f AN0 RETAIL.
AU orders from tbe country, by mall or stag.
Est Tor I'astiig
don by the
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY.
U(llMVlmniiml.Mwlth T ti .vnumnu
of the Salem HUoze, who will call at your
bouse tor the waaOlug and deliver It wbea
D. H. CRAVEN'S
ELY JOHNSON, Prep.
Hprses Fed by the Day,
Week or Month.
Best of Attention Given Stock
Left in Charge.
$3 SHOE NOSQUKAKINO.
rarUMiACUAUrff IsTTiAAl AT
t nr nvnm rmnn i nr vna, r
' EXTRA. FINeT
SCN0 f OR CATAtMUK ,
Yes can save money br ysrchasla W. I
PKIIH., IP. uuuwviHi.t.w.
sdverlised shoe in the world, and guarantee
tilt value by stamping the name snd price ess
the bcltom, wme protects you agamn nim
pilccsnu.l '.It: n-.-.-J-Sli-msn's profits. Onrshoe
equal tuu..'i vtutl t'y1;, ctay fitting a ad
wearing a,.ir.K,v-. Vr lave t' t-n sold vwrjr
where iu lowt o;-Sx for -:u Klven tbaa
snyotlicreim'-c. T" ''-:. If you
dealer cauuol - ' -'.otdby
Ded -. -. hortly an
J. R. COOPER
Of Indfinflndonnn. hnvincr . nfam
engine, a brick machine and several
acres of finest clay, is now prepared
to keep on hand a fine quality of
Brick, whi& will be gold at ressoa
ill HKE& o