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THE IVEOT OIDE.
UU lJ I L i lrJ
FRIDAY, DECEMBER T, 1H
; 8SCttKT BOCIKTUSa.
A O. U. W. INDEPENDENCE
Lodge, No, tt, BtNlt wr Mo-
a aigoi in i.j,u.r. Dili, aii joim
iu( brother ro Invited to attend. Ueo,
a. Smith, M. W.t W. 0. Cook, Keeurd-
VALLEY LODQE, NO. II 1. 0. 0.
P.- to Vindayn btli etrrt
Taareday eTonlng. All Odd fellows cor
dially utium to meat with ua. It. K.
Vnj uua, N. 0.; Ztd HoMudorf, Sec
I ION LODQE, MO. 29, A. F. A A.
w "" vuiBBaQwiuoM BAinr
jr reoinf oa or before hill mooo eaeb
tualh And two weoka InerMfter . W. 1.
Ooaooway, Vf. M. H. R. Fatterton,
If OXER LODQE, MO. 43 K. of P.
Alt NeeM twy WtdDeaday e?niog.
All koU.bta at cordially iDtited. U.
8. Uughajy.C. D.fi. CraTeu, K.
of ft. 0.
C L. KETCH UM, M. D. OFMCK
i. And reatdettoe, corner Railroad
aud Honmoatn ata Indtpeadeooe, Or.
rB. J. B, JOHNSON, RESIDEM1
XJ Deotiat. All work warranted to
tire tbe beat of eatwaetion. ludepen-
GEO. A. 8MITH, ATTORNET AT
' Law. Will prentice in alt elate
ana federal eoorta. Abatraota of title
. fareiabed. ' Ofnoe over Iodependenoa
BON U AM A HOLMES. ATTOR
oeye at Law. Offioe in bnab'a
block, betweao Stale and Court, on Com-
aawoial atrvet, oalea. Or.
8ASII AMD DOORS.
M ITCH ELL A BOIUNKOK. MAN-
1Y1 nfacturera of aab and doora
Ako, aoroll aawtng.
Main elreet, lode
( VETERINARY BURGEON.
' II I! , ,
TVR. E. J. YOUNG, lata of Nevbertr,
JL Yeterioary 8urgeon and Deotiai
baa Boved to Iodepandence, and opened
aa efflq"ver the lodepeDdeoeo Nation
WUI r4u your wttght rrmnnt)y from
M to 14 poaodl month. HO BTARVIM4)
lekatw or Injuryi KO rtsnLICITT. Ttj
baud ep the hltb aua bMntlfy lb com
pliioD, ImiTini do Wrinkle or (Utablu.
Bit Hit Ab4oinni anil dlfflmlt brmlblng tun.
lyrclltvad. KO BXFWUMEST bal ateieii
una uod paaltlv wllttf, kdopted only a(Uv
yirortiprlnr. All ortem vtipplled dl
net from onr ofllea. frleJ 00 per pwkg
er ihrM r K 00 by mull ft paid.
monlaU and punlcolar (Mld) 1 em.
All mrrwpniidenea Mrlvtly eoofldeaUali
PARK REMEDY CO.. Boston
-Keep tbt bet Block of-
To be (bond aonth of Portlnnd.
oner r o TtAnFH
i ' .1 . !.!. ..111... CI.1n1r9A
ri nniflr wiui I'l Lucri iiuu.-t
Wood, or E C Dowdcrs. All kinds
01 aiUUJUIllliUU WUOIOUUJ
All kinds of
Mail Orders re
ceive prompt at
84 8tatetreet. 8ALEM, Or.
Seeend doer Coat of Buah'a bank:
. A FINE ...
Lamp to be Riven
away at J. P. Irvine's
Cash Grocery on
New Years day.
and see how"
can get it
J. P. I WE,
. a. a Aa Ati tnoin i
AH those who dad re a
ipnynnu f- -
or ommunl'U) with
would do wall to see
ru study in a short time ado at rewon.
bit rates, Frlvate "
The U S, UOV't , KepOtTS
a imc vt n..,ii
Mho Koyi P"M w-
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
row Ah SIKKTINO Cuwwn tlu.
pMM iiHwlUotUui laptlat church
fld la-l Sunday. Vwy goml ,ltvr.
t WMihttwi, during the a,re -..
'ae been leading In the tN.rvloe,
' - "ih mommy, The
Nvmiid geuta man haa made warm
Mend during MoxJ.tum here, and La
wj 'able speaker. Duilngthe meet-
iron nut Kuml.y a week tu laat
Sunday, there were eleven who united
with the church, and several more to
bsptlaed. Hmo Novemlwr, 113,
hre ba ton flfty-three addulone to
the Baptist church htrws
A Bftt'lAHlmH-Tliii iul)Uhi.r. r
thle paper haw made arrulluiiliuinta tn
elub with n Kiat.ru mtmti.iv in
PPr, And upon rewlutoffSfor one
ytwr In AdvatiiD, will eeud tl.o Wur
Hidm And Um Jome OwMt a hand
somely printed monthly for Unk Ykak.
tn aiimuoii w will wvaetit tiu.i
l'lt novelettes, making m iwgYa
moro or read nt matter, all rr
Vou want the Wwt H fur Jsto. And
... ... ..7 ' .
you win eujoy the monthly mr and
liovvlvttM, wbtuh Are given frvo. Ckll
ana actUe your aulMurlptlon.
JJCrKKiKNoa rHH'iAii. Liuit Thura
dayevenlug the 'E.rlnee bkwlAl
tivcnuy me r. r. H. C. K. At the
tbrlailan church waa quite well
ntteuded. Quite an lutereatlng pro-
grauuna waa reudcred, which waa
llatened to attentively by thone nrcaenL
After the excrulaca at the churoh the
fcudeavnr aochty dfiwrtcd to the home
of Mra. W. E. Coom, where a plcmmnl
ume waa ent anclnlly. The "Kk
perleuee" money and door recvlpta
amounted to 15 00.
Msw Rkmidrmto -Mr. A. H. Mor
rill, with hl family, m-cntly frtun
Nebraaka, haa located In our town,
having, puroliaacd the Wmiwon prop
erty In tbe, western iwrt ot the city
M r. Morrill aaya be la well pletined
with tbla country, uotwlllmlaudlng It
fat ao niuuh wetter than wheto ho came
from. He la expecting thta week aev-
end friend from Nebraitka and It la
probable they too will locate In thi
neighborhtMMl. Tliey aro wilHmt for
we have plenty room fur them,
Law Not ErmTivn Flab Protec
tor McUuIre anya be will not take any
more radical meaaurea fur the prott'O'
Hon of food fUliee In the atreama of
Oregon, a the law are of audi little
account a It la almost lmpMibltt to
jm-cure a conviction, and It la nvedltw
expenae to try to do anything. With
out a doubt the next lcgUlature Nhould
frame tbe law ao that the UmIi will be
8kn is thi Nkw. Muy timet
when we have failed to make mention
of Iterueaouie particular work, etc.,
that eouie peraou or peraoue are con
nected with they eouie tlmea think we
wlah to anub or Ignore them, when we
may nave never beard or tbe Item.
When you are doing anything you
wkh made mention of, apeak to ua
about It, or write it down and aend It
to tbe office.
Play Party. Liwt Ttiewlny waa
the birthday of lltllo Ida l'ooer,
daUgliU'rofC. L. (.'oofcr who waaaeven-
veara-old. She iiivlteil aliout fourteen
her little frii'tid to come around In
the evening to piny game, etc., with
her. At alKiut el)lit VIM'k the littlo
ffllowi returncl to 'heir home, wiah-
lug Mum Vldii nmliy more h ippy birth
Hono HiRlW.The (Jerinuiw of Port-
! Inudnre iiiinirtiiiK wnne moreaong birdt
to turn iooae in that vicinity. The
varletiea to be tent thla time are fifty
pair of mocking blrda aud forty mlr
of plain and bluck headcu nlglitlnguli-H
Home of the aoug blrda turned Ioomo at
Portland aeverul year ago have found
their way to lhl vicinity aud aro ol
very beautiful plummoge.
Trades at Indei'kndenck. W. M.
8hewey, of near Dalian, waa In town
lMt Friday doing aoine truillng. He
find that he can Ml 1I cggH hero for
2ficuta A dozen, aim can get mora
augar and other good for u dollur than
any part of Polk county. Thla niakca
the knife cut both wya gmni price ror
hla produce and low prlcee for what he
baa to buy.
New AssociATiojf.-urcuittW nave
been aetit to county clerka aud county
recordera or the tate oaklng them to at-
cmble at Portland December, 19, 1804
for the purpose of forming a permancnl
atato aaax!latloii to talk over maltera of
mutual benefit, and pibly to uk
some neeauQ icgiitiutiou m niui-uu-
menta to tho lawa now governing thoae
Good Hors -"The Puyallup CWfccn
declares aaya the Aural Mrthw&tt that
tho only good hops grown tbla year
were produced in California, Oregon
md Puget Bound districts, 'ine new
York hops, It says, are recking Willi
mould, Immuture and soggy, and
almply trash. The hops of England
and the coutluent are described as
Bank Vault looted. Homeume
lostThursduy night or Friday morn
ing the vault of the Union Bavlogs &
Loun Aiwoclatlou, of Portland, was
blown open by burglars with nitro
glycerine, aud 82000 in money was
taken. As yet there is no clue to the
pertrators of tbo deed.
State convention. i no oiaie
... mi i.
Intcr-colleglute Y. M. C. A. conven
tion is to be held at Salem, commenc
ing December 6, 1894. Several promin
enet speakers of stute and nation's Y.
M.C. A. workcra are expected to ne
A Ready 8AtE.-It Is said that the
prunes grown In Oregon are finding a
ready sale la the Eust and that grow
ers bere will realize a reasonably good
0rejj will be a good advertisement
, - Hr rrnm i.iihiii. hid immuvo
for this state. .
Fire ALABM.-L. U. Olimore wisuea
U li form tbe public that he will sound
te flre aiarm at five o'clocn, omuroaj
L...nnnn an that the nubile may be-
r"r"m.Vir.h ita worklmr.
FtttKMKN's Ualu Tht grand iwll
glvi-n by tli DritHn lAst ThAnkglv
lug evulng wai ou of tn itKwt nuo-
Wwful Alld lMAIlt MUrtlt Vf r gl vu
In thtt clly. Tbra wert Uvtwwn
Viity flv Aid wlidity ooude premhl,
wbu trliiped tb light fkiilAnUa with
liimii'iifu dt'llght to Ui Mduvlv
trliw of mulu by Atiwni lluiur.
LuoHnmnl WblUnkfr, IMIvlou ui
Hr wm wrvwl At the City iiwlntiruiit
nud m tho i.lttle Vuiif. Afir dAiia
lug till HWy nflt r thu M't' ma' bouiv,
thtty di'mi'U'il u thi'lr houicx, voting
the Flivtuvu tlrnt anm fvllow lu
diluting a Ull.
CltlAl ItAYKH Tt) tin Kaih. From
Aiid Aftr thin date, lh nU mncr AIkmia
will wll niiind-trli tloltftn to Hut JV.ri
lAIld IlKlUMtt htl KxiMmlttiHi, h.tiludlng
one odiiiMou, t'V 'ilnio llmli on
Uckots jHiiiiHry, lfith. 7-10
The proprietor of thla pnper went to
Portland last Wednesday to have the
UMm for tiie caniit-ry fnuravtil ami
the work will U done lu the Wm
Hi UK iiDlce on our steam cylliulur pro.
l'he first run will be done aa an 'Xr
Imciit, but I he manager dislre to en
courage Immuu lulerprlae. Thoao labeli
art seven liichi wide and tweiuy-ou
Inchee long, and tbe price for audi
work ta new-wary very low, but it is
better to keep the money at houio even
If It only pay a cost of wage and paper.
The WkhtSidk, the W'wkty Ortgm'
in And the oma (Juml, also twenty
(W) nowkttea, all fur one year for f 00
cash. Just think of this clubbing oiler,
Fifty-two mv of your homo ater;
fifty-two of tbe OrtgtmhtH', twelve of a
10-page aiory pajn'r, and twelve com
plete short storle lu book form, all fur
It la A curious sensation, when bully
engaged, under! the elect no llgbta, to
have then go out for a seamd, then ap
pear again, and upon looking at your
watch learn that It la five mlu
utea to twelveo'clock, It la tl.ecusto n
of the company here to give five niln
utea warning lu that way, and It la very
Little Anna Pcntlnnd who haa b"en
vlHltlug her aunt, Mrs. 8. L. llrooks at
TheDallea, returned home laat Mon.
day. Harvey Scott lVnttund waa 4-
yer-old that day and several of It let
little friends in 8uudy-8chool ate cake
and candy with him In honor of the
event. ... ; ',
Rev. Sherman, of Monmouth, was a
naiMenger on wedueaday'a tratu to
Portland, lie la going to The Dalle
and will hold a meeting, and may con
duct meetluga at Heppner and other
point III Easteru Ort'goii ami Eastern
The coutraut waa signed at Portland
for a railroad to be built to Aetorla ou
or before tbe 30tb of Octolwr, IhUS.
Tbe Astoria jteople are jubllaut over
he prospect of a railroad, and It Is ex
pected they will have a "Umiiu'' In con-
StditMil commeiiced iu District 49, the
new district created ust west of Mnn-
mouth, last Monday with An Atten
dance of ten pupils. New patent desks
are expected and tbe school will be
supplied with apparatus.
L. C. Ullniore has received that now
whlittle at the water-works. It la much
more melodious than the one
there before, but until wo hear the
tent made for a tire nlnrm next Salur
day shall m-t onnnifiit.
Everybuly la very buay at the can
nery. Hie cannery reccl ved A crlid or
pples from WtJI this week, and we
another carload will be
needed. This is a chauce for our farmers
to dinMwe of their apples.
Farm for sale One of the best 8iK
acre farms In Polk county one mile
from State Normal school; also 40 acres
choice hop laud. Apply to Euuene
Cattroi , Monmouth. tf
President C. II. Chapiuau, of the
State University at Eugene, waa visit'
lug the public school here and the
Normal at Monmouth Wednesday and
WbuL? tiavent you been to the New
liar urns Shop on C street to buy one of
those nice lap robs, and while there
you should take a look at the new bur-
net they have dlxplnyed.
M. E MaNtersou, book-keeper In the
FltHt Nallonnl Hank, spent lust
Sunday with hi slater, Lett le, at Me-
Mlnnvllle where she Is attending school
R. Cary, of the Portland Utilverslty
and a member of that football team,
returned home Monday from A visit
with rclutives at Falls City.
McHKrs. F. Elgin, postmiwter atSuver,
and F. Rowers, of Suver, two all-
around good fellows, were lu tbe city
A. J. Wulcott, the hop man living
opioalte, bus been suftorliig the lst two
weeks with HurpecaZouater, but Is now
Mrs. L. W. Robcrtton, who has boon
visiting her duughter, Mrs W. H.
Craven, returned to I'ortlund Moniluy.
It has been decided to ha ie Christ-
1 ll . . tl A. 1 l
mas tree in mo jtupiist cnurcn ou
ChrlstiTias eve Monday December 24
Wm. Howe, of Perrydule, employed
at Cnrvullls, was a passenger on Tucs
pay's south bound train for that place.
L. II. McMahon, editor of tbe Wcup,
at Suleni, was whipped by a man
named Martin, lust week.
Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Mulkey s'peut
Thanksgiving with Mrs. Mu I key's
parents at Salem. ' '
Reception of new members will take
pluca next Sunday morning in the
Mrs. Claire Irvine was at Suver the
the first of the week, the gue-tt of Miss
Cass. Gibson and Chas. Miller, of
near Rickreull, were in the city last
Miss Myrtle Miller took a trip to
Portland last week and returned home
Miss Jennie McDaolol, of Suver, was
visiting her aunt Mrs. Belt, this week.
Several of ourtownpeople are attend
ing circuit o.iurt at Dallas this week.
There were quite a number of people
in town last Monday election day.
J. C. Cooper, the canneryman, went
to McMlnnvlUe and baok lust week. ,
Wright Smith, of Lewlsville, was In
towu on business last Tuesday,
Tbe Weekly Oregonktn and the West
Side one year for only 1160. 1
thichvw itch wik In thi tdv
The recent fire at Dallas oauaod tho
on.rty owners there to think on
tlielr Inajletjuate flre protection, and
consequently, hove ordered A lirst-claas
honk Aiid ladder truck, Baboock flre
sxtlnguslahera, and other appurten
ances neooMNwy to protection friu flre.
Messra Volk and Running, officials
olllieS P. Company, went up on the
trulu Wedoeadny, looking over the
Mads. Mr, Douuell, roadmaiterof tbe
division ruuulng through Mnumouth,
was hi tho city Weduesdsy.
The pet)do of thla city shouldn't for
list that l. C. Patterson has liio flues t
oonfucllonvry In town, and his billiard
iwrlor la tho nest place In towu to
sK'iid your lemure hours.
Dr. J. T. Overall, step-father of II.
lieot lieur if oiimoulli, Is (he aame Dr,
Overall Hint Geo, Wells, of lliieua Vista,
knew In 1'lke county, IlllhoU, over
fur!)-yea re ago. 1
lint pro-oner nt the county jail were
pIsvlngMMiit more pranks Inat Thurs
day and were about to i,ake their exit,
when dUKHivvrud by slierltT l'luiuuier.
Mrs 8. A. Wlahanl, of INirtland. who
has been visiting her sister, Mm. J. C.
Miller, tho past week, at Monmouth,
returueil homo ou Wednesday.
Mlsa Magglo Macaulay, of Portland,
came up ou Tuesday's train, and will
rctnalu la town with relatives until
after tho holiday.
J. P. Irvine has a Hue line of holiday
good displayed, consisting of fine
vases and dcoorated ublna ware some
A Mr. Davie died Hear Pcedco last
Hsturdny and was burled Sunday, he
was a huabaud of A iktter-lu-htw of
A new warehouse 20x30 feet la being
an the river bank for tho steamer En
gene. Jair Kennedy Is ucrlntnd
in tbo work.
W.J, I lunUr, manager of the Port
land branch of the Kstua Insurance
Company, oal'ed ou thla offlco Wed
V by la vegetable soup Ilka a pretty
girl? Ono ta herb soup, tho othei
superb, also (jbslfvlter Bros, holiday
Ticket) No. 13, series A; No. 2, serli
1); Ni. V, arlea C, are the wlunera at
Olodfelter Uro. Come and trot your
Mra. J. F.O'Donnell took a trip to
Portland Thursday, aud will visit
friends aa well aa do some business
Elder J. N. Smith, of Monmouth,
will hold regulur services In the Chris
tian churoh at that place next Sunday.
Rev. L. K Fisher, of Monmouth wll
preach lu tbe Calvary church next
Sunday at 8 p. m. All are Invited.
We assure you we are not being under.
old in any line of holiday goods.
Tbo Y. I. C. E. county conven
lion will be bold in Dallas during the
Mrs. Fanny Vandergrltt, left last
Friday for Aurora, Indiana.,
Mark liurck.tbs Rlckieall merchant,
was lu towu Monday.
Don't forget to get s chance on that
lamp at J. P. Irvine's
Tbo Kola hills were white with enow
W, If. Hawley look a flying trip to
Dalian tlilr week.
JJ. li. irtylor went to rortlauu on
E. 8. Cattmn, of Monmouth, la quite
Thitrawllt be mooting of tb snwkhnlders
ofllieKlmt National llsnk of Indpendn,
Polk poonly, OrTin, on Tuesday, Jnuusr)
Dlb, 1SSI, at tb bsuk betwsen b hour of 1U
. m. and 4 p m. of Mid day, for tb piirpnw
of loetloii directors lor lh tinulog year and
tit ironnaelloa of any olUor biulow thai
nmy woo bcf.ir lliiii.
Dalod this Alb day of Doncmber, 1SV4.
W.H. HA WLKY, Cashier.
Notice I brtby(lvn that on the tblrd day
at November. IWI, J. P. O'Donnell. of Inde-
pnndonoit, I'olkoiiuiity,OrKin, made an
iKUinent for th benefit of bis creditors, and
Jsme 8. lMipr, of Independence, Oregon,
has been duly appointed assigns or said .
Ul. , Now, therefore, all persons holding or
having cltilm against said J. P. O'lKmnell.
will present them properly verified to said
Jsmea H. CiHipur, at Iudopeudenoe, Oregon,
within three months from the dale hrrwif,
sod all persons lndbld to said J, F. O'Don.
ne'l by reason of such assignment, will pay
the sain at ono to James H. Cooper at Inde
Dated tbla sixth day of December. IKM.
Hay For Hale,
Baled Cheat, and Oat hay. Barley seed and
Cheat seed, Car tale by W, M. Momon
Notice of Stockholders Meeting.
Notice Is hereby given that the annual
nicotinic of the stockholders or Independence
and Monmouth Itnllway Company will be
held at Independence, Oregon, on Monday,
DcoemberSI, 1HHI, for the purpose of election
a board of directors and the transaction of
any other business thai may come before the
luUepeudenoe, Oregon, Dooambor 8, 1WU,
, W, P. CONHAWAY,
7-J9 . -. , Secretary.
Proposals for Wood.
No' loo In hereby given thatsealed bids will
be received by J, D. Irvine, school lerk of I
district No, W, t Indepandenoa, for tbs I
furnlHhlng of on hundred cords of good
red fir wood, four feet long, delivered snd
rloked on the ichonl house ground not later
than Keptember 1, 1HIM, Bid wU be opened
at 7:!M p. m. on Friday, December 31, 18M,
The right Is reserved to reject any and all
bid. Addres J, D. Iaviss,
80.22 , Independent:, Or,
CARTElt. Tolhe wife of J. A. Car-
ter, Just across the river in Marlon
county, November 28, 1804,
daughter, weight seven pounds,
HASTINGS. R0SE.-J5Vt the home Ln
of the brides' parents In Monmouth,
November 28, 1804, by Rev, L. 8.
Fisher. Mr. R. 8. Bastings, of Alrlie,
and Miss E. J. Roso, of Monmouth
Their many friends unite In wishing
them a successful voyage ou the stage
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Pair Highest Award.
Ktlnnnt of DOUTY A LOCKE,
The Cttjr KlKtloB.
Tb elwtlon twit Monday wtut off
quietly, fioth tlokU bAd good men lu
tbt livid nod UAturully the race wm
quite iUm on moat of them. Tbe fol
lowing glvea tbo returm from eucb
wrd with the total vote And njaj'.rl
tlvi of thoao elected I ,
MAYOA 1st, lid, Id, Tot. Mid
A M. Hurley. R, tot H 1st w
U. A. hmiili, I), 81 se ,
J T. rrd D. M 44 M W
W.U WIISIU, It. 70 St 2s USJ
Jnn.lithrdKiu Jr. tt m ST Ml IAS tt
, A. a. loH ks, l. W II w mu
A,J.TueHr,D. , '! 51 II IW H
J. K. Ilulilmrd. H. IS 115 17 lil
COCMUII.MAN 1st W, ;
W. It Walker, D. S7 St
Uw, Mklniiw, ft. , U
0UIIHOII.HAM tld W.
N.M'lolfttltr.M. 'lU,, ' I
14. W. IUnkl, U W
till) NCI l. A S Sit W,
fl. Klw-h. t, isi U
All persona knowing themselves In
debted to ua will pleas call and aeUle
' t onoOi
Wiuxx, Baldwin Co.
A Herald of the Iafant fear.
Clip tn laat thirty ytsn ur mors from tbe
(Ml (xmtury, and lbs avgnitiit will reprswrni
Ilia lrm of tbe uaboundHl popularity or
HnstntUr's atotnaeb tlltwr. Tlis opsalng of
tli ysr UNA will b slnsiltd by lbs up
psarsnosora rraali Almsnso of tbs bltlsrs, In
wUlcb lb um, derlvatloe snd wllon of this
world-famous medteln will b lucidly sol
irtb, Kvarybody should road It Th
cslendsr and t-onomlcl ealeulaUon to be
found In tbls broebur ar always asionlsb-
luly soeurala, and tbo slallstlm, Uluctrs
lliitin. buntor and otlmr rMdlnf mltr rich
la Inltmsl and full cf proflt, Tb Hosistter
limpsny, of Pittsburg, Pa., publish It tbem
sslvst, Tby employ mm than slsty hand
lu lb ttieehanlual work, and mora (ban
lvn monibs In tb ysar.ar eunsumed la
lit preparation. It eaa b oblalnod, without
owl, of at! inilu and eauntry dsalora. and
Is printed In Kngllsb, Osrmau, rroneh,
Wslsti, Morwaalan, Hwixllnli. Holland.
tkibsinlan and HpMtbih.
Money to loan ou improved farm
nronerty. Willakd O. Waioht,
There aro now In Great Drillan 1742
branches of tbe Young People's Society
of Christian Endeavor.
A Quarter of Centnry TesL
For A quarter of a ceuiury Dr. King's
New Discovery has been tested, and
tbe mlllloua who have received benefit
from lu use testify to IU wonderlul
curative power In all diaeasee of tbe
throat, cheat aud lungs, A remed;
that haa sUxhI tbs test so long aud that
ba given ao uulvena) satisfaction I no
xpertment. Each bottle Is positively
guaranteed to give relief, or tho tnouey
will be refuuded. It I admitted to be
the moat reliable for coughs and colds
Trial bottle free at any drug atom
Regular alao 60 cU. and 11.00,
Wa would call tbe atteutlou of cash
tubaurlbera to our oiler of the Wm
dins to January 18(Ktforl2. Tbla oiler
It made now and may be discontinued
at any lime.
Astoria la the largest towu In tbe
United State without a railroad, and
if she la not careful will be the ouly
Oregon town without a Cbrysautbe
Bucklen's arnica Sal re.
Tlie beat ralve in the world for cula.
orulhea, aorea, ulivis, salt rheum, fever
wes, tetter, chapmt hands, chilblains,
aims, and ull sklu eiuotlons, and kmI
lively curve piles 01 no pay required,
It Is guaruntoed to give perfect eatlsfao-
tlon or monevl refuuded Price
oenUjKTbox. Forsale by all druggists
11,000 to loon on real estate In email
imounte, one year or lea. See Willakd
U. Wkioiit, Dallas, Oregon.
Agitated young bridegroom (lmmed
lately after the ceremony) "Sereua,
shall shall I shall we-shall we
kiss?" BolfiMsjecssud bride (her tblrd
experience) Ita my usual custom
Anv ono who has children will re
joice with L. B. Mulford, of Plain fluid,
N. J. Ilia little boy, Ave years of age,
was sick with croup. For two days
and ulgbU he tried various remedies
recommended by friends and neigh
bors. He says: "I thought sure I
would lose him. I bad seen Chamber
luhi'e Cough Remedy advertised aud
thought I would try lias a lost hope aud
am happy to say that after two doner
he slept until morning. I gave it to
hhu uextday and a cure was cfl'cted.
( keep thla remedy In the huutw uow
and aa eoou as any of my oblldreu
show slgdsof croup I give It to them
and that la the lost of tt." 60 cent
boUlea .for Bale by Alcxauder-Coopor
There Is no place lu Oregon where a
belter meal is served thuu at tbe res
taurant of Westttcott A Irvine, 271 Com
merclal Btrect, Salem. Meals 26 cU.
Maud I understand that Jack pro
posed to you last night and you refused
him. Mario -Yes; although, poor
fellow, I am afraid that If he had not
left me an hurriedly I might have re
lented and accepted him. Maud So
he told me. New York Herald.
For rheumatism I have found no
thing equal to Chamber Iain's Pain
Balm. It relieves the pain as soon as
pplled. J. W. Young, West Liberty,
W. Va. The prompt relief it affords Is
alone worth mauv times tbe cost, 60
cents. Ita continued use will effect a
permanent cure., For sale by Alexau-
tler-Cooper Drug Co.
The Beat tie eleven won from tbe
Multnomah team lust Thursday by a
score of 8 to 0.
Mr. Ira P. Wetmore a prominent
real estate ngontof Ban Augclo, Texas,
has used Chamberlain's Collo, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy in his family
for several years as occasion required,
always with perfect success. He
Uays: "I And Ita perfect cure for our
baby when troubled with collo or dys
entery. I now feel that my outfit Is
not complete without a bottle of this
Remedy at home or on a trip away
from home. For sale by Alexander-
Cooper Drug Co,
yr. Hrlco'i Cream Baking Powdw .nInrevT
UMar.lrHIrruf MarfalanrlDlnlama. ha wlmla family. t ' - '
th Le.dmy; Qroceri,
I i itHA
Mr. it, Jst. rindr
I tied Typhoid Fever
Whloh Isft n Willi torpid Uref and kldaf
weetil. I wa a peal suffer I took a
katn of Uooa' Barisparlll and was redone'
I healOj tad gained over four Muod la
welgUt tt b lbs bent blood smUer." D. M.
rtAsaaaa, real esut asut, Poriutad, oregoa.
wMood'PIHswouUpUa, Try a Dot,
mm SOPHIA GOFF
who has lately returned
from Sau Fntnoiaco, is pre
pared to give her patrons
the iHmeflt of a new system
Call at her home on the
Corner of Railroad and O
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Highest market price paid
for fat stock, beef, mutton, veal,
pork, etc All bills must be settled
OPEN SUNDAYS FROM 8 to 9 a. m
DR. JC.IDAN it C0.S
GREAT EDSEU1 OF AIAT01T
IOAI Market St., lu 7nutlMo
(betwosa Stb snd 7Ul Bis.)
Oo and warn bo wocvterfiillf job
sro ttMd awl b ta snuld aii kifra
'and ilniians. Mu-oum ouiargail with
alun & eta.
frlvat Ufflra-haas alltll);
aiaraet aireet-ISosaaas trf awn;
stnvtufe, low of maiibood, dlsawr of tbo okia
and kktnoys qui" Sly eurod wttbwit tb in of Bu r.
eiirvTioaUiMiit pcrvoosU or by ltur. Bond
G. L. HAWKINS,
' I'Mprlntor of
rhIndetwnden Marhln Work, estimate
' all oeiuoOiry work, f IraU'Ouw workman.
wlp, laUwl designs, and wwast prloea.
lid Fcr Sale !
All peraons wantloir good FIB HA-
I'LK and Abll wood, all cut aud split,
can purchase It, on the river bank here
for $1.00 a tier, or delivered in inde
nendenoe fot tl.26; Tulmnife fur 91.85
aud Monmouth for $1.50 a tier. These
are Canh prices. Leave orders with
hstee A hlklus. or
Son io tiling for
riusb Odor Ste.
Beautiful Cuff and Collar Uoxes.
J51ephantu, Horses, Doffs, Goats,
Cats, Jumping; Kangaroo's.
8elf Propelling Street cars.
Hook and Ladder Wagons.
While we have these
at lowest prices we also
keep a fine line of
il l-.UUMt.V Ub.l I.V'w
M Pftl OMtriirhtiiomnt, norm alt jr. Ail. ?
hom, ahofi, ! and omna. urMaw(tui.u
lanoa and lsat taiiar on emnli.
Aamila awnfc fron M lo PUMI spr 4m '
Una la a raaldanf maaaa aalatotll tl
naitrhhora, i ina inotruinania, no torn, work
aarwhara, anr dtoUnea. Corn p lata, raadr f
ua whaa htt'fd. Om bapat oipbrarirtiia,
navorontof orHr. no mtriiioT, lwf It
tlma, Wnrrani4. A monay Rmttar, VrJf
W. P. HurtiM 4 COaaCivti t0t Ciumbua. 0.
f jfoii want
any klud of legal blank, you
will now find a full supply
at the Wkst Sidk oillce. Among
the mont called for blanks
Bond for Deed
Quit claim deed ,
K)ecittl warranty deed
Lease, loug form
" short form
Assignment of mortgage
Coveuantof warranty nsortgage
Satisfaction of mortgugo
Atlldavlt for atuchmeut
Bill of costs aud disbursements
Undertaking on appeal
" on attachment
tir rorvit'oPtt i-if ttssi-irt.
vs a v vv ' vij vi r a vy
Chattel niortgagL i
Crop mortgage . ,
Not ice of protest
Verification of claim against fo
Aflldavit of attach ntunt
" of appeal J udge, debtor
Copy of writ of attachment-
Bill ot disbursements
Copy of execution
Subpoena, civil, original
" criminal, original--"
" copy of
Undertaking for attachment -"
Warrant for arrest, felony
Writ of arrest, misdemeanor
Notice to quit
Verification of claim against es
Mechanlo's leln tnte--Laborers
RECEIPT AND N0TB ROOK9.
Wo have a very conveniently ar
mored receipt book, which those of
our patrons who have seen pronounce
handy, they sell, at ceteal
1,1 1 1
nan a c?
I the ptu ti gut all flrU;lns work.
C Street Opposite tbo PootofTioo-
J. C. SHOEMAKER, Proprietor.
A ftiHWlalty road of Troplml And Tjooieatle
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
All orders from tbe mwntry, by mail or stage
driver, will receive prompt altentfcio.
Est Tc:r Uati'z
don by the
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY,
and hmveyiHir orders with J. K. tiiomihhw
of Uw rtalVoi Mtaiia, who will cli t y"r
bouse tor the washing and deliver 11 when
Poctellca t .
Horses Fed by the Day,
Week or Month.
Best of Attention Given Stock
Left in Charge.
m and IWIMtt
J. R. THUMFSUN, Prop.
laaenger and light freight curried on
llircbauu made and delivered for a small
Leave orders at hotel or poctofllce and Stage
will call lor paaawngei-s at Uieir renldenoea lu
&iae leaves Independence every morning
(Sunday excepted; at a) a. and Kalem at
Wilt consult their beat in
terests by purcUaamg their
SASH AND DOORS
of tbe reliable manufacturer,
M. T. CROW-
lndepeudeuoe, Ur., euouue
aor to'ergusou a Van Aleer.
ttugar piue aud oettar doors,
ail size, ou nana. .
P. H. MeCABE. S. MUHLMAN.
P.M. llcMBE I CO.,
Independence lile Factory
Prloea to Suit tho
OFFICE AND FACTORY
Independence, - Oregon
J. R. COOPER
Of Independence, having a Bteain
engine, a brick machine and several
acres of finest clay, iss now prepared
to keep on hand a line quality of
Brick, which will be sold at reason
AT 6:30 A. M. '
AT 6:oo A. M.
Fr Mhttnd Paaaagt apply on