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ratable public opinion that they I Idaho, pawnl through here enrouted
A3 marHiigr nd death notion not xwd.
lug ttv U will lis luwru-J tres. All over
flv Hue will b ehargvd Bvk ints per llu
Poetety eblturary rtwoluttouswtU b clirwl
Kr nl Ui ww m Bv (en t per llns.
Jv-iu rwl t th lwoltto In ladvpsn
duo, Owou, m, weand-ciM aifttu.tr.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, ISM.
MWVNTtNCANCKSl .Keroeusbsr Utst Uh
lutbUUertofthti pwponmist be notified by
kltr when ft lubserllwr wishes bk paper
stopced. All trtr4tM mail b paid.
ALWAYS OIYK TUB MAMS ot th poll.
omus to wlUoli your p!' I (cut. Your
dkiiis mi) not I Aiuud oa our books ttul
UU U dime, ,
AM, LKTTKRS should t addremwd to lb
W fcSS f SIDE, ludvpeudimo.
VOVZRMEST COXTKOL Oh
. lu the Sew Jork Daily ItulhtiH and
Journal Com mew of the 17th lust
appears a tntotation from Frank H.
Maaou, Vnited State Council General
at Frankfort-ou tbe-Malu, Geruiany,
In which he say, lu a special report t
the Sule Department, that American
rail way securities have fallen lutu had
order la Gtnnauy, and that
The uniform reply of German
fliiaueiers when anked what is requisite
to rt(W Kun'pww confidence lu
American railway securities la thai
such corporations should be brought
under ttie control of a comnrehcus ve
Federal law. Tradition, education and
experltuee have alike tuught the Gr
iuhu tlist, whatever may ne the exist
lug form of govermeut lu any eouutry,
tho m sure source of protection ami
aa'ety iu,tue presence of danger or cou-
motion iiitutvota ta me supreme
authority ot ualioual control.
The foregoing la lu the nature of au
indorsement from distinguished
authority cf the effort w hich haa been
jx-relstcutly wade by Freight Bureau,
Chamber of Commerce, National Traiia
portatlou Association, National Board
of Trade and a boat of commercial
organizations throughout the land, to
Induce congress to atueod the Inter
state commerce law ao aa to render It a
comprehensive Federal law of vital aud
controlling force a law, the enforce
ment of which will be available the
entire power of this great government,
sanctioned by a cultivated public senti
ment, a law whose behest will com
maud respect and ready obedience from
all carriers in all part of the country.
The law, aa it stands. Is the law of
the land, and should command respect, j
but it is lamentably true that It doe
not. Its radical defect, which con
stitute its weakness, seems to lie In two
or three cardinal features.
1st. It seeks to punish persons,
where it should mulct corporations.
The courts, t he juries, the people of the
laud are not eager to consign to prison
walls the subordinate agent, who, iti
obedience to the policy of his employer,
Las cut a rule.
They would, however, unhesitating!)
assess a heavy fine upon the corpora
' tion whose treasury Is benefited by the
. iud. The means provided for enforo
' ing justice between carriers and the
public seems to be Imperfector im
The investigations and orders of the
com mission do not comruaud, as they
should, prompt and ready respect from
tho can iers. This is attributable
mainly to the fact that the courts upon
whom is dev. Ived the duty of enforc
ing the law have usually taken up the
Investigations de novo, without recog
niziug either the findings of the com
mission or the evidence upon which
they are based. This has encouraged
carriers' counsel to neglect thler c-
liefore the commission and to subject
all parties to the trouble, expense and
delay Incident to take all testimony
These inherent defects in the law
can be remedied by adoption of amend
ments proposed, by Judge Patterson to
the last congress:
1st. By repealing the imprisonment
clause, and by making corporations
indictable and punishable by heavy
fines whenever their representatives
vlolote the law.
2nd. Bv, providing that all
testimony in cases of complaint under
the law shall be taken by the com
inissioners and certified to the court as
the basis of their findings, whenever
their orders are Ignored, and by pro
viding further, that in case the court
decides to admit more testimony, it
shall be done by remanding the case to
the commission for further hearing.
This would destroy the incentiva to
neglect or ignore the commission's
hearings, and would justify all parties
in presenting their case fully In the
There is a third feature of the law
Which is of vitu! Import to the carriers,
and is nob without effect upon the
entire public interest. I refer to the
inhibition against pooling.
It is true that pools are unpopular
for reasons which it would be difficult
to specify, but there exist a very re-
wight 1 legtUUod and rrgulated by
fedora.! authority aot only without
Injury to the public right, but under
circumstance which would facilitate
efllclt ut public rvlo.
Ml. . .
ineae cousiiieratioua ant not new;
they merely rvheawe condition which
ar vital principle which ant now
living principle, upon tint establish-
utent of which public tnrt should be
concentrated to th end that our great
railway propertlo should be suijeet
to the protection a well a the control
of a "comprehensive" and "efteetlv
la this direction our great com'
tuervlal organlaatlons, the exponent
of highly educated public upiulon,
should move with celerity aud with no
The next aeaslon of oougrew Uaihort
one. If U dote nothlug else than
rehabilitate and place upon a high aud
efficient platform the act to regulate
commerce tt will command the lasting
gratitude of the commercial public
The atrocities committed In Armenia
upon the Christian there are tuoat
horrible aud Uie report that continue
to come, uotwlthitaudlng the atrlol
urvillauce of the Turkish government
confirm the first atone that the
murder of parents, the ravishing of
women, and even achool children by
Turkish soldiers are matter that should
Ins luventbrated by all civilised nation
and some decided action taken. The
cause of humanity lead one to think
that the whole world should rise
eninasee aud that aouie Just punish
ment should be meeted out to those
human fiends. To think of whole
vlltlagea being sacked, the womeu
violated and then killed, and that too,
lu tlda lKth century almost passes
01' J! CAXXMiY.
Tho success of any enterprise depends
largely upon th active co-operation of
the citizens of a community while the
industry I lu it experimental stage,
fho canning of fruit here at Indepen
dence Is au experltueut. That it will
be of immense advantage to tbl sec
tion If successful, is a self-evident fact-
It comes In Hue with this thought fr
our farmers to offer every possible en
couragement to the enterprise by mak
ing extra effort uow at this time to
Keep the cannery supplied with fruit.
V hile price may not pay for, a long
haul on apple at this seuoon of the
year, yet if the cannery u sufilciutly
encouraged, It will be ojwraled durlug
time of the year when a profit will re-
Butt to the farmer to amply com pen
sate them fur any Inconvenience ami
perhaps small return, Just now. Our
progressive farm rs, who will luvestl
gate this matter, will see the force of
making some sacrifice and even If the
roads are muddy, bring their fruit to a
cash market where It may be turned
luto a merchantable product, and cauve
our cbduty to gain a commercial stun t
ing a a producer of that one product of
the farm. This is a subject which the
Grange could discuss with profit aud
act upon with energy. 1 fere Is a chance
for public spirit to mauifest itself. The
caunery will be operated Just a long as
the supply of fruit lasts. I.et that sup
ply be made as large as Kstdble, and
let the farmer use the same business
Judgement that a busmen man does by
encouraging the iuduntry In a substan
tial way. The success of the Indepen
dence cannery means the developemeut
of the fruit industry in Polk county.
foe liucna Vista, hi old home, lie
was favorably Impressed with the flue
weather we are having.
Mr. D. M. Calhreath received a
beautiful boquetof C'hrysaitthema from
Mr. James Church, of Portland, a a
reminder of her nineteenth wedding
Aden Wiley, of Indiana, the ditcher,
who was here a few vear ago, write
that he I married. ,
Tho Mlsse Irene and Elsie Conn tt
were guest of Miss Agues Cal breath
Mis Mildred Lluvllle, of Corvattli,
was visiting here this week.
with Ida mother and
"I thought I would go to the mask
ball, but I guess I will wait a week a
there is no use of rushing through life
ahead of time.
Nearly every one has butchered the
hog and sold lueui at 0 cent pe
M. Horn (ford finished drying (UNO
pounds of apple last Weducsday,
J, W, lllltlbraiid sold 11,500 pottti
of hop for Q cents per pound.
A. T. Hloel was visiting at Falls City
Saturday aud Muuday.
All who were present at the masked
ball Thursday evening at this place
pronounce It a great success. The
following named young ladies aud
gentlemen were present In costumes
representing Mrs. John Harris,
domino; Mrs. Geo. Iteuf, cotton ball;
Mrs, Kim. Bparks, Indian girl; Misses
Lyman, Gipsle girl; May Harper, red,
white and blue; Ida HarisT, queen of
hearts; Moliie Besrmond, domino;
Meloena Elgin, good-luck; Julia and
Emma llecker, twin sisters; Klllo
Steel flower girl; Julia James, mother
g'Kse. Messrs, Carl Dearmond
monkey; John Alphln, Uncle Ham; Ed.
Pagenkof fireman; Will Totnllnson,
Salvation Army; Ed. DeArmoud and
Averg Vandepool, clowns; Grant Elgin,
little Lord Fauntieroy; Albert Tethrow,
lawn tennis; Arthur Htcelo, old soldier;
Bob. Kteele, Indian boy, besides a
number who were present that the
writer fulled to learn what they re
Itev. Burlinggameand wife willhold a
missionary meeting here Hunday
evening at 7 o'clock there will also be
services at eleven In the morning
Mrs. Helen Rowcleffe and brother.
of Monmouth, were visiting at J.
Thurston, Thursday and Friday.
Miss Anna Quick spent Thanksgiv
ing with Miss Nettfe Crosby at Monmouth.
Mrs. H. Bowers and Miss Julia James
are on the sick list this week.
F. Elgin was doing business in In
Miss Ella McLane has been very
sick the past week.
John Jones, aged about seventeen
year died at his homo Friday mom
I nit about 9 o'clock. He ha been sick
for sometime with fever, He leaves
father and several brothers aud sisters,
who are also sick, to mourn his tm
Rev. Dollarhlde preached the funeral
sermon at the K M. church rrlday
The Epworlh league, of tht place
gave an lutercMiug entertainment at
church Thursday evening, which was
followed by a free supper at the hall
given by the ladles f the town,
gissl crowd was prrwnil aud the mm
satisfaction was cxprvied esisvlally
for the supper.
Robbie Carey, who ha bceu attend
log school at University Park, Port
land, apt ut Haturday and Hunday at
home, I (e was one of the football team
who beat Corvallia Thanksgiving.
There Is considerable sick lies In the
ni Itihlxirhood, several families being
afflicted with fever. !r. Brown and
wife wait uimiii the sick and are kept
Mis I.limCllbert lumrvtimie.i lu nie
fitm near Iwbvllle, where she
finished teaching a two mouths term
E. F. Bryant, our enthusiastic
temperance advoeute. delivered au
addrciwat Lewlsvills Thursday even
Ilewreud lliinnon, our new M.
minister ortnelietl Htimlsy tuorulu
aud evening to a well Jliled houw.
Mr. and Mrs, W. B. tlraves, of
Palas, spent Tlniiik'lvliig In tow
Visiting relative and friends,
Mr. Alex Kerr gaveasplendid turkey
dinner on Thanksgiving day. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs, A id rich Mr.
and Mrs. Fuqua and daughter Velena,
Miss Nancy Chambers, of Portlond,
and Mr. aud Mrs. D. M. Calbreath and
E. C. Hail and wife, of Moscow,
The Demurest medal contest held I
the epera-house taut Haturday evening
was a succcms as the program was con
cerned, but the audteiice might hav
been lurcer. Aside from the contest
who renderiHl their pieces very crldl
ably. lr. Frawr sang a solo. A viol,
solo was rendered by Win. Pickle n
ressiuded to a hearty encore. H. .
Doughty sang a solo In his usual pn .
lug manner. After a closing song Mr.
Laura Ailkins atiuouueed that MIn
Percy Butler, who recited "A Murtyreil
Mother,' received the silver mmlal,
Each of the other contestants received
a handsomely bound Issik. In a few
weeks a contest let ween toe young
boys of the town will take place.
Last Thursday i-vmlng an Informal
reception was given Pro. aud Mrs.
Dunn at the Christian church. They
left Monday for California, w here Pro
Dunn will enter Stanford University
to Utter fit himself for his chow-ii pro
fession, teaching. It Is with deep regret
we bid them mkI bye for we he two
earnest enthusiastic. Christian workers
While It. M. Hmlth was out in the
woods n:rth of town getting oak grubs
with' which to make canes, ho came
across au old gun covered with leave
ami rubbish. One side of it was decayed
and from all anis-arances hud been
there six or seven years.
The societies of the Normal have
electeeed the various representative
for the Inter-society contest which will
take place sometime this mouth. The
successful In the contest will enter
the lnter-colleglate contest.
The revival services that are being
held in the Evangelical chiirch'wlll
continue Indefinitely. A goisl work is
being done our town by this meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker, of near Port
land, siKMit Thanksgiving with their
son and daughter, who are attending
It. M. Hmltn and wife and Mrs.
Humphreys and daughter spent Tues
day with Mr. Isaac Hmlth near Bridge
Mr. Turnbow with his family will
move in ttie JJlnim liouse, wlilcti was
vacated by Prof, Dunn.
John Davis, of IUckreidl, was visiting
his sister Mrs, It. C. Perclval, of this
Mrs. Mltchel has come to keep house
for her daughter, who Is attending
J. W. McCulloch, of Hnlcm, spent
U JT 1 '
CONTAGIOUS f" 111 atlt"" mm-
a""""-' bmllng powers. Iti
BlOTi ths potiKin and liulldi up th rutflin.
beeu matt Air a football game between
Monmouth' sooond team and Dal la
Mis Daisy West was th guest of to take plane at Dallas Haturday,
Mr. W. A. W ann the first of the week. The dam of Mulr A MsDonstd hv
President Chapman, of the Htatel ths camp ground ha been rebuilt and
University at Eugene, made a abort I now wortlng In tip-top style,
lecture to thestudeut In clmnet Thunt-1 The poor aud weedy of our elW aud
aay morning. i 0Uty were welt eutmlled Tliank-
Collegs Sicre tarle of IiiterNatlonal I giving with gimdf thing to tat
vmnmiiice u. u. Aiicneuer, or new iiow. Oaynor, who visited In Cor-
lorav-uy.anrt Miss I'.nlt IV, J nee, of I vallis til fast Week, returned home
v uicsgo, wno are niaKiug a tour or ttie I Monday,
xvontiwest visiting the Yuuug Men'
atut Young Women' Christian Asso
ciations, made short addnssw to the
student In the chapel Wednesday
Mtswrs, Hughe aud Getty went to
Hilwrton on Thursday, Mr. Uett,
reiuriieti rrioay urtnging witn ultii a
fine Poland China hog for Win. Durrell.
Mr, lluglaw remalued lu Wlvertoil for
a visit with friend.
Mr. and Mr. K. N. Hall and little
daughter Edna aud niece Altheua eiit
Thanksgiving with Miss Alttiea.
parents at Crostou.
There was au onjnyahle singing at I
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. William Huuday
Mrs, George Mcljiuglillu I still
sufferer from Inflamatory rheumatism.
K. N. Halt la atlei.dlng court In
Dallas, having been drawn a a Juror.
Mark Browitsou ate Thanksgiving
turkey with friends at Halls' Ferry.
The "Hong Circle" met and practiced
at tb home of Mr. and Mrs, J. It
Williams, Itcoiislst of Mr. and Mrs.
J. It Williams, Mr. and Mrs. IL N.
Hall, Mr and Mrs. Jesse Walker, Mis
Emma Hughe and Mark llrowusort.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. 1111 and grand
son, Clyde, arrlvett here Monday from
Mokcow, Idaho, where they will remain
ror sometime visiting frlemls ami re
latives. Clyde say he I a populist
There wns a social singing given
Huuday evening at the home of Mr
aud Mrs. Culver In honor of their
daughter Mls Kdna.
Prof. Htornis. Mis little Herbet,
Dee Hall, Ml Adda aud Nora Prat her
spent Thank "giving In Corvatlls,
Mr. and Mr. Wood, of Fall City,
were the gueot of Mr. and Mm. Win
Wells of this place last Week.
M. W. Prather, who has the contract
of running loiis, fur Present! & Venn,
ran the first raft Tuesday,
Horace Wells aud family, nf Marion
county, inovwl to our city last week.
8Ha Prather, of Andersou, Idaho,
I vniitiug frlemls and relatives here.
Tule and Art Htlngley, of Iing Tom,
were doing our town this week
Ml Clara Hail, a teacher of your
city, was In this burg mimlny.
J. W.Himpson, of Corvatlls, is doing
btinluesa her this wii-k,
It Peterson finished
acre llel i Monday,
Kate and Moliie Hlnmntoti, spot
Thanksgiving In McMlnuvllle with
their sister Mr. I). A. Hmlth.
Mis Fannie Orr ha gone to Inde
pendence to learn the dressmaking
trad of Mis Sophia Uofl,
Mr, W, H. Kuykendall has been
visiting her mother Mrs, Kills, in
W. II, Molcaou, waa doing buslues
In tb inetn.poll the first of the week.
Clifton MoArthur, of Portland, spent
Thauksgfvlug with hi relatives hor.
Th parent of Mr. Win, Klrkland
have moved here from Eastern Oregon.
Iota and Haiel Butler have beeu
vlaltliig their aunt Mrs. Kuykendall.
Itev. Horner preached here Huuday,
Monday and Tuesday evening.
Most of the farmer are about through
I !, y
I fm. J
with their seeding.
Judge llurch waa In Halem Tuesday
Htlll ths An ether lest.
OH ITU ART.
Little Vaughn Trice was a lovely
child of five yean, faithful and obedi
ent Unusually bright and sunny tn
lii tempersmeut, loving and affection
ate tu his uaturs so that be wound all
hearts around him, aud was the pride
and light of the homo. He aum-red
Intensely during til sickness, but hi
mind was clear aud he realised that n
was going to die. ' He ws too pure for
this sinful clime of sorrow and temp
tation. Ho God transplanted th little
flower from earth to the garden above.
The friends ot the bereaved parents
ympalhlM with them In this time of
sorrow. May th blessed thought
that tb little one I
"Hub la lbs rms of J mm,
flstS from th world Mnilauonsi"
greatly comfort their hearts snd cause
them to feel thai although they have
loet their little one, heaven ha gained
another Jewel We cannot bring hlin
back to this world, but we can go aud
jolu hlin hi that land of eternal song.
Dr. Price'i Cream baking Powdtf
Awwoal omi MmUI MsIwIsmt rJr. m 9m
are asked to visit the Alexander-Cooper
Drug Co' store and learn of lb Iran
tlful premium to be given next Betur.
day for the Unit aoewtr to the puixle,
at their store, a copy of which will be
furnished ecb person.
Hello there! Let me give
you a pointer where
you can get most
. goods for your
Right Arm Paralyzed!
Saved from St. Vitus Dance.
"Our daughter, Blanche, now fif
teen yeare of age, hod been terribly
afflicted with nervousness, and had
lost the entire use of her light arm.
ho reared ru vim aanco, ana trica
the best physician, with no benefit
Hhe ha taken three bottles of Dr.
lilies' Nervine and ho gnlm-d 31
pound. Her nervousness and symp
torn of St Vitus dance are entirely
gone, she attend school regularly,
and tin recovered complete uo of
tier arm, her apHtlte t splendid.
as. a, a. BULLOCK, Brlfbum, H, Y.
Dr, Miles Nervine
sowing a "IMr nsrvins is sola o ft enuilv
owing m iw iMiniitbiilboBn.lUitil will IwimSt.
AlldnMralMaMillltsill.t buitlr InrkVor
It will bourn i, prrtwiU, on rwf lot ot prl-
vj mm vr, aiw aivuiut w, kiiuuy tun.
On last Tuesday, November 37th at
the home of J, A. Kramer, of Mon
mouth, there wss held a reunion of the I
Polk county Mxaiua, With the ex-1
oeptlon of Prof. Hutchinson, of Dallas,
aud itluhard Beuford, of Batem, thel
Maxama circle waa complete. There I
were prenetit, President Camplsill, Mr.
C. C. Elden Hatey.Geo. Kramer,
Mrs. MeElvaln, Misses Mary Collins,
Kslella I'k'kersley and Don I wis.
It I at the
1lrnib otliee itf Dr. IShiiUs' fSmottsI
. TT a
and take your
Cash and Produce
Smith & Co., the
at uu-hliM mii hi lit all X i. At Ji Jt 1
feminine i diseases. Independence grocers,
Tn d)' Ovutliii'Dt tr.
For m ill and mil rtlnulsr sddre
ftfr. Sriih K, Wla. I niltndinx, IVtlat
WW o Q
What I want you to do Is to take
a look at nif nimlow.
It is Ml ef plain hard farts, la the
way ef latent koimI at such prices that
are sare to drae. "
O o EXAMINE THEM WELL
Ciiiiis In sad look at Ihrra wbiliru
dwlrs o purrbmif now or not, and ftr this
I will tbsnk ynu.
0. A. Kit AM KR, Jeweler.
Rentricr M Kl M.
Have a fine stock of Prepared
nr looking for lS trpilnM now and
I'roHenla for the fiietuln. We? undoubtedly lntvp
lone of Iho tincst Hues o CELLULOID GOODS ever brought tu Iiitlcpcud'ce-
SAVED HIS LIFE
8o aay Mr. T. M. Reed, a highly
respected Merchant of Mld
dletown, III., of a Young
- Man who waa eupposed
to be In Coneurrvtlon.
"One of my ciiHtomers, wimp
year ng-Miad a son who hud all
Also a lint Him of
BOOKH, XMAAGAKDH, NOVKLTIES, GAMIW, TOYS, Etc.
We cortliitlly invito you to Inspect our Holiday Display.
CLODFELTER Bros. Independence.
and follow the crowd.
ihe synintoms of conHiiiti'itliin.
'1 lie usual medicines ufTortletl him
no relief, mill be steadily fulled
until lie was tumble to leave his
bed. His mother npplletl tome
for some remedy and I recom
mended Aver' Chcrrv 1'eetoral.
The young iiitin took Itneconllng
to directions, uml soon Is-Kim to
II ho lieeiitiin well
-T. hi Ukkd, Mid-
"ftitnn tlmo nco. I
severe cold, niv throut mid
were niuiiy inuniiied, and I luul a
tcrrihlu cough. 1 1 was supposed
mat, i was a victim or coiiH.imir
tion, mid my friends had little
hone of recovery. Hut I Imiighl a
bottle of A vei's Cherry I'ectoriil,
took It. and wim tintirelv cured.
Xo doubt. It s.ived my liftt," o.
I. Jon Ms, Eincrta ;ove, Teim. 5
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Rccelvod Hlghoet Award
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlinu. Gs.
Among the attorneys presniit at the
December term of court are; His Hon.
Geo. G. Itlngham, Hen. Hayden, and
W.H. Holmes, of Halom. His Hon.
II. H. Hewitt It. fi. Btruhn, J. K,
Weatherford, of Albany; l'ros. Atty.
as. MoCaln, McMlnnvllle; Geo.
Chamherlnnd and E K Cake, Port
land: H. T. Jeffries, Corvallia: A. M.
Hurley and Geo, A, Hmlth, Indepen
dence. These with our home lawyers
Butler A Townscnd, Ed. F. Coad, B.
C. Hoke and Daly, Hlbley ft Eakln
makes quite an array of legal talent.
Mr. John Richardson, of Indepen
dence, and Miss Coats, nf Monmouth,
were in Dallas Friday, and with
Wlllard Elklns and Walter Butler
were arranging a program for the
county convention of the Christian
Endeavor of the Christian church J
which meets In Dallas sometime be
tween Christmas and New Year.
At the council meeting Monday
evening our "City Fathers," came to
the decision that Dallas was In need of
more fire apparatus so accepted pro
position of Mr. J. L. Long, of Portland,
and Tuesday the contract was closed
for a hook and ladder truck, Good I
The Rebekah' are now making pre
parations for having a fine time at
their fair to begin Wednesday, Decem
ber 17th and continue over the follow
It is said that arrangement have
A STUDY IN '?
0 ECONOMY t mr,
J. M. VANDUYN'S
A Few Facts
Vanduyn canave you dollars.
Vanduyn's prices make your produce
return oiutime values.
Vanduyn can sell you what you need
in return for what you wish to sell,
and these facts,
ARE WORTH A MULTITUDE OF
Remember Vanduyn will sell you,
CLOTHING. BOUTS and SHOES, UDIES'
Eoois5 Diy Hoods, Beiil's Furniaiigs, Ele.. tU
This is the way for Bargains.
Bargains are what we are all looking for these Hard Times..
YOU ALL EAT
and yon will have plenty at every meal, if you trade with
I IUm" Jsii ( It will pay yon to oall and examine our uptendld
Iiliilli jUiUiii stock of good.
J. M. TilTO,
They give more for the money, carry the largest stock and delive
QRSGERIES pRCC ANDpROMPT.
Frenh Salem Bread every day. Produce bought and sold.
Bring Your Friends
Tho Wist Rinn Is dally In receipt of personal and wrll ton requests to have munple
copies of the paper sent to irleads la the East, so thoy may Inform thomnelvss about
ui. -en opuv 01 uiencm rois uounty. HometlmM wo recolte pay and lometlmes
not, but we are Interested lit having desirable persons loonto tn Oregon and therefor
iiihks tun uuoriu uii ur w our i:asn subspribersi .
Cut out this coupon, take it to any merchant advertising tn this psperand have
bis hams written In the blank and we will send the WmtSidb four (4) issues to auy
look out for tfie coupon, which will appear but once each month,
- THK LEADING
Thore is uo House in TJown
that can equal ns in Stock.
There is no House where
Prices are as low as ours.
We deal Faiy and
Honestly with all.
New & Fresh.
R. H. KNOX
Successor to WUeox Baldwin Jt Co.