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Lcxlk'fi INo XL lueel awry .U.iU
V uigtit iu i. ..O.K. bull. Ail 'i'iu
tn tMtliera are mviitHl to ntu'ii.l Uo,
A. Biuliu, M. W.J W. O. Co h, Uioord
7 ALLLY LODGE. KO. fa. I. O. O
w li'.-M Iu V.uduvu liHli every
luurausy eTsniug. Ail U.1.1 nllne, Cor-
IhIIv invllaul t.t .u.t aOk ... II L'
w wrTi KHH Alt - .
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1 0X L9DOK, NO. 29, A. F. A,
w BUUvl coiaruiiuioslion satur
iNjr evetimg 4a or before foil moon each
mourn ana lo weeks thereafter. W, I1
Uuuiioway. W, M. U. 11 1 'atlersou
OOMEH LODUE. NO, 48 K. of 1
1 1 ilMti fevery Wedneadtty evenm
All knuihtt kr cordially luvtted. U.
B. Laugbaiy.O. l; D. U. Craveu. K
or iw a.
L? 1 KEltUOM, M. U OFFICE
awa aud rtsideuce, coruer Ituilroi
aud oluuuiuut ale., ludeonuilcuor, Or.
DK. J. B. joUSSON, liE
DeotiaU All work wan
n tbc bent f SBtUfaOltOU.
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GEO A, HiHTU. ATT011N EX AT
Law. fill practice iu nil slut
aud federal eurtu. Abstract of title
furnished. OJHmi ovf p luile(xudno
lON'HAM k HOLMErt. ATTOIV-
neya t Lnw. Olllo in uunb
bltwk, litwru UI ud Court, ou Com-
inerciHl Hrnel, Inlain, Dr.
hash and mom.
H H ITOUEll k BOH ANNUS, MAN
1Y1 ntaotunr ( ttt nud door.
Almt. Mroll M(ii. Maio trwt, Imlc-
peadeoe, Or. ;
DU. E. J. TDUNQ, InU of Ntborg,
Velerioiry 8urgoa tnd Peotwt
bu moTd In bdorodD(!. "J opeiied
to olHo"r Ikn IudepodeDM Nation
, ti btnk. ' . I
Lamp' to be Riven
awayat J. P. Irvine's
Cash Grocery on
New Tears day. Call
'and see how you
can et it
' Branch offli "t Dr. Uougl' fatnou
A poiltlva u (or
FEMININE t DISEASES.
ft 6 6 k Mr' srBl' K- Winn,
Ten duyi treaent free.
For nsmple W full Prtlnular addreit
Mr. Marah li Wl Independenoe, Polk
County, Oregon. '
GEXTLEdl'S ' WATCHES!
From $2t?. at-
YROYAL PILLS, th?
.11 irregularity, plnful Mmmtruttllon, .up
all irregu.an m to.((urd 8ipee,y
PTJI rellefc EXPKIUMtCNT, but a
1d 1,? rtltiv relief, adopted only
eclentlflo and P1' ... rrt,.,. .unBiied
wr year.0.-- 1JrlM $1
v"lieeZ ,AU '!""e"',0,",
PARK BEMEPyc0" B)'ion' Mw
7helTs; Oov't Reports
.how to kln Powdtr
gBjsr nil I
flPAl AMn PCDQftKini
I'UHi.icviuiwL, Kkiniht. Tlie re
jmii ' .f the i inlcvitdcnco (nilillc-ncbool
for the luoiilli ending ldwmlr 1HV4,
la aa folovii K umber it day taught
IN; iiutnlmr of I nlULty a i!; nundwr ofduj I
aufiiiiuucet,,!);; iiuuiur tiitys Mtan-nl
iMl; excii f. r til.m-nci, klukuvea or
work; uuiula r r lutdie H0j excuaea SH
number eurolliHl, t.j girU 1M;
total 80U; ttVerugu iiuiuhcr belonging
wveiwge daily atleitdaueo gut);
per nent of atleiidaiKe nit average
uuiuher belonging 01; uutulter of new
pupil admitted, taiya 7, girl 4; total
II; number vaaea of vorHtral puulah
nicnt 0; number of vlaltor, director ft,
patron 17, teacher ft, total i7; uiiiuUi
of rhetorical ervh during the
uwiiih i; number pupil partlulpatlug
about half euvh time. Mr. '1'uek'a
ruotu la entitled to the credit of having
the beat per cent f allcuduiice and
feweat number of tardiea, the per
wnl of attendance Mug 05.. The
greateat UUiuber of tanllea Waa made In
the eighth grade. We ahull make an
etiort at the Uglunlng of the new year
to dlmluivh the number of tardlueaa iu
all tlie grade. Hlcluie waa the eauae
of tuoat ol the aliacnoe.
tuiiruliiK ttbout iit o'oliwk tb Urge
wmvIiuum) at Moniuoulh IhjIoiujIuk to
K. H. Caltroii won dkoovvrvd Ui U uo
Are mid wmmmiii buruud to lb ground
Uv MUtt tltrt tlgbUug by Iba I'Uckt'i
brigade tliu eugtue aud eiigiiHf rau
werw aavd. Tli la ou tba building
It about I'iVK) and waa lintured for
the nmililnnry waa alo lnurd.
Tbero wvrt alatut Nnri buhvlif grain
umtmyra wlilcli mm only uartlaily In
hum by tb owiH-ia. Ti tlra wa uif
doubtfdly uf InivudUry origin aa no
tlrv aUiul Um building for a lung tiuia
tttid no u bad btu working iibotit
thvru for toveral day. MMara. Bond
A DavidMiu went tint lwawa of Uiv
A Hkavy Hk.m k.ncb. Th ommj of
the atat vi. V. K. llowovlmrged with
the wnU'Mtwm'Ut uf ftWUO (if fuuda
belonging b Klamath county, wbluli
mvuplcd lhn da hi thetla'ult court
f Jai'kaou wuuty twuwtktago on
chaogM of vei um from Klunmtb, waa
glvw to I lie Jury at ft o'ulock Friday
oveulng ami aftrr UvllUriiilng for a
abort time a wrdlot of guilty aa charged
waa rrturia-d to the court. A motion
for a ww trial waa overruled and b
waa ai'UlKUwd to my a Oue of f 10,000
and to tvrva nine yara Iu tb
A Hi'WIALOt rKR.-Tbo publlsliem of
thin a()r have mude arrauKnwnta to
club wltb an Eaaterti uiouttily atory
Mtir, aucl u(Hu rvwlpt of $2 for oue
year In advance, will aend (be WmT
Hidk and the Home Uwt, a baud-
micly prlutd nmntbly fur On Ykah.
In addition we will prrout twelve
cxmi.ltle novclctU, making 200 wk
more uf reading matter, all for 2.
You waut the Wkmt Hidk for 1HU5, aud
you will enj"y the monthly paper aud
novelette, wbtcb are given free. Call
aud itettle your aubaurlptlon.
To Hi'KND Holidays. Heveral of
our young towupeople, wbu are attetid-
ng the dinVreut college of the atate
ave relumed home to upend the holl-
duya with their folk. Among them
we note the following: Mbes Maud,
Varl and I)ora ("ooH-r, and Orrlt
Itoliertwm, Htnte University, Eugene;
MImxc I-ettle Maaterwou and Florern-e
Alexander, linptlat College, McMlnn-
vllle, aud Ed. Wllllama, Paultlo Unl-
endty, Fortut drove.
ItnHKM IN l)K(KMIIKll-Mr. J. A.
cm called nnr atieullon luat Wed-
ucmluy to a IkuiiiiIuI full bloom rone
which "lie hud gathered llmt day from
bush In the oiieu garden. How la
that for On gnu eh mate 7 Itoae are in
bloom ou the 'JOth day of December,
and the lawua here are green and the
uHt few day have In en bright and
letomnt. Quite a eontraxt to lite deep
now which are blocking truln In
Lawib P.ikkkkm . The Diillaa
Itrmizer m j: Win. Miller of tbi
lace killed 11 e hog from which he
bullied 400 pouuda of lard, Three of
them welghtd over 400 pounds each.
Alan that Older A Well received
aeveral hog from Huhtlnint Droa..
Alrlle, oue of which weighed 630 lb.
(JOINO TO UUATKMALA Oil Thurt-
dny H E. Kchmldt, of Monroe, Benton
county culled at thla office and Inform
ed um llmt be Intended leaving for
Guiitciuuln In a few week, am the
repreienlative of the Oregon colony
Letter will apHar In this puper, from
lime to tune, telling of hi Impretudona.
Thk 0. F Aoain. The Oregon
Pacific railroad waa sold lust Haturday
to Hammond & Jlonner, the builders
of the Antoria-I'ortlund road, It is
their intention to Improve the road,
extend i' atlll further Emit and other
Ixe fix It upon a puylng hanW. The
price bid wfw f 1K),(KX).
Fkkwno J'ios. The lean bam Is the
ugh one and the fut Iihiii the dln-
agreeuble oue. Make marbled hams
by growing the pig ou clover, milk
aud gralii on a well-proportioned and
utrlllve ration. Farm Journal.
JOHN R0Y1) TIIACIIEB A WITNESS.
He Fully VerlHe g DlNpntod World's
Fair Award. "
Jin Boyd Timelier,! laconic and
deiiMive In his Htateroeuts. During the
lively cum pa Ig n juat cloned Iu New
York, this marked him especially as
halrmau of the l emocralic State Com
mittee. It wiiM equally truo of blm as
chulrman of the Executive Committee
on Award at the World' Fair. This
la the poflitive and sententious way In
which he verifies In au official letter,
the bouorn won by Dr. Frloe's Baking
Powder! "I herewith enclose you an
fflclalcopy of your sward, which In
ue time will be Inscribed In the
diploma and forwarded," Thus the
lestlon respecting the award, raised
by au envious JNew xora nvai, is
sett ltd beyond cavil. Tbls same rival
by the way Is widely advertising an
award for Itself. The official records
prove thlH claim wholly false as they
how the New York pretender waa noi
ho much as au exhibitor at the World's
w. t. Hhvru;ir, r mmiibvui.
i late of Otvgou Cliy, ha left, leavlug
liumernu bill unpaid. He Uupiw
to have gone to htnluiul to try fr pei
urea new, He aitemplcd to do a real
ealale hulne while heri, but a lae uf
poiilldeiic ati ined to pomi Id wuld
lie iairiiim to the aert.tu oettiuieul of
III buelueaa t)r-,ou t'lty AiUnrpi Ue,
Dr. K It. Eatori, if I'ortli.ud, the
well known eye anA ear apeilailat, w.m
In 'owu Tueaday vUltlng Mr. J. K.
t(Ki)erud wife, pat. ni of lre. luiloii,
aud returned on AV.lmday taking
Mr laton with him. 11 remomhered
the Wmjt Hiir orflci with a l'lirlim.
got by paying hi eulwerlpilun to
The WutTHlUK, the U'trkty Orrym
Um ami the Hum Gutut, alo twenty
(30) uovcleitea, all for one year for J MJ
oaah. Jut think of Ihlaelubblng oiler
Fifty-two taaue of tur home paNr
rlfty-IW'Hif the fMomVin; twelve of a
10-page atory pnHr, and twenty com
piele abort atoriea In Uaik form, all for
him the real or me couniy n
ohaugvaare "whooping It up" for
creamery, It ahould lie rcniemUTtHl
that Iiid. pciidene could offer Induce-
meiita for such an enterprise and In
centrally located an thut such au In
t I tut Ion would be Iu eaay reach of the
I. C. Dickey and wife, of Albany
were visiting their dutiyhter Mrs.Chaa
Irvine, and apeut CbrMma with
them. Mr. Diokey I much pleaanl
with Indepeudeuoe and think some of
locating here, lie would make a d-s
able addition aa be la a man of euter
The I hi I la Mason have recently
elected the following officer, to serve
during the ensuing year: V. M , J,
IV Magruder; H. W., tl, B. Met 'a Hon;
J. V, J. H. Towtiaeud; 8ete(ary, W
It. Craven; Treasurer, H. U. Camplwll;
Tyler, A. W. Fowler.
Last week the school director of
thl district opened the bid for furnlah-
lug 100 oords of fir wood and the lowest
bidder waa BloimhUoii Bros., who
om red to furnUh the wimhI for 1 95
ixrd. That la 40 cents a cord cheaper
limn last yean !,
Mis. V. O. Lee, a stater of Mrs. E. K
PaddiH'k la exected here tills week aa
a guest or Mra. ruddock. Mr. Ie,
chief of polhw, of Albany, la brother
o'f Dr. T. J. Lee aud father of Mrs
Mia ltoaa Blcberdsoo, who has
been clerking for J. A. Mills, iu the
Racket Htore, was takeu very seriously
III last Haturday aud fur a time her life
was In danger. Hh is uow slowly
Pnifeaaor Geo, W. Mebring, a noted
violinist. Is visiting wltb Jtev. Poling,
pastor of the Congregational church,
and will play a violin solo at the service
tbls evening. Albany Herald.
Next Haturday and Buuday the
several societies of Christian Endeavor
of Polk couuty will bold a oonveutlon
at Dallas. An InereetUug pro
gramme will be rendered.
J. M. Parry, of Fall. City, was in
town Tuesday, and called at the Wot
Hiob office to order the Wkht BtOk
setit to Bberman county, where he
will reside for a time.
There were six peraoua baptised in
the Willamette laat Buuday by Rev.
Fisher, of Monmouth. This gentlemen
Is doing a good work at Moumoutn
twenty-one persons having united
with the church there. .
Jtev, C. C. Pollug, who preached one
evenlugof laat week at Elklu's school-hou-eou
the Lucklamute Informs u
lev. Colemau aud Yost are holding a
successful protracted meeting there.
Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers
I the best, handiest, safest, surest,
cleanest, moat economical and satis
factory dye ever Invented. It Is the
The Portland Ortgmiai will give
free admission to all children In Oregon
uuder fourteen years to the Portland
exposition next Hat urdsy Including all
James Kuapp, the father of Mrs. ).
Fred Jeuklns died Haturday, Deccmlier
15lh. It will be several week U-fore
Mr. Jeuklus will rejolu her hushaud
Tbe Han Francisco Examiner had its
ClnlNtiuos edition entirely edited by
ladies and the total reveuueof that day,
estimated at $5000, will be devoted to
Win, Kerr, the poet laureate, of
Parker, was Iu town lost Haturday, and
the Wkbt Bidk I once mora to be
favored by tbe product of his facile
Telegraphy Is having a run among
the youngsters iu Dallas, several of
them learning to read tbe ollckety
olick of the electric wire,
There seems to be not a little specula
tion us to whom will be the speaker of
the bouse, there btllig several candi
dates for thut honor.
Miss Nellie McMlllen, a genial com
positor In the Wkst Hidk office, re
turned to her home near Jiallston lo
Mrs, E. A. Hosklnson and Miss
Maltle Douglas, of Monmouth, were
pleasaut callers at the Wkht Hidk
office lust Monday.
It Is said by the Guard that the oox
factory at Fairmont near Eugene Is a
sure go. About nay hands will lie
employed at first
Win, llendly and family, of Albany,
pusseil through town Monday to Dallas,
where they will visit Mr. Headly's
The Christmas trade In our town was
lively lost Huturduy, the clerks Iu the
stores being rushed very nearly all day
The heavy snows In tbe Hlskiyous
are delaying tbe overland trains be
tween this state and California. '
Geo. Clttggutt aud wife ami little
daughter, spent Christmas with Mrs.
Cluggett's parents at Zena. .
Mr. and Mrs. Wright Bmkh, of
Lewisvllle, were trading In town lust
The sun shone out in splendid style
very nearly all day last Haturday.
Nick Tarter, the Peedee pedugogm ,
wus Iu town last Haturday,
Dr. Price' Craam Baking Powtfar
Worfd'a tsir K$Mt AwarJ.
i Tiiv.e..k i kuim ihi. i.u miu
oIi iIiih1 for the Wutt tllUK. Oriy
ninn and Jlunu Uumt, W in. Wood,
worth of Huver did the mmv, J. W,
Hoolt paid to Uhj 1nU5, for Waul' Hun
aud Oirgwikm, K llrowc, a new ub
wrlUr, iu March 'Ui, Uuam Hmilh of
Monmouth paid to Jau 'Ofl, T. T.
Kemp paid to March 'eA, d. J. llnlieic
tyue to May 'Uo, (J. W. Ieouard tiike
the WurrctiUK aud Ofeyunum to Feb
Ur. tieo. hkliuicr' Utile bout, the
Alloe A, la doing a thriving buaimw,
being unable to aociuiiiKvlaie all wno
iinnly ou ome of her dowu trlim.
tun Is made from tudepeiideuce to 8a
lem-leaving at V o'clock a. lit, In oue
uour. The fare ha 60 eis. Fiunkhklu
mr is caiiialii aud Mr. Geo. Hkluuer Is
enliicvi and purar.
A very pleasant social party was
given at the home of John Hoott, two
miles south of low ii last Tueaday even
lug at which some thirty of tbe neigh
boia were In attendance. Mr, 1C Mas-
lersonwasthe only guest from lude-
pi'iideuoe. Hoclal game aud au ele
gant BUpMir were ti fealuna of the
Ou Thursday morning Doug Han
ford while working on the cornice of
i he Kreugle Hlllerd building ou
U street, fell a dtttauue of about illifeu
feet through the ecaltoeid giving away
and was takeu up unconscious Out'
Ida of a severe bruising uo serious In
jury la the leault, so far a kuowu uow
Au attempt waa made to crae the
mud off our street lust week with the
road plow, but It did no. prove au en
lire succea aa thvie was too much wa
ter on Ibeaireeta Iroiii the ruins. Ale
other attempt will be mode which w ill
be molt auocewiful wbeu the dirt be
Just s a e go to pre we learn from
Mr, Uovtxuiau, the uiaiiugi uf the euo
uery, that arraugeiueuta are s-rfecteil
for the oratiou of the toe factory.
We shall glv our nadcin a full outline
of tbls litiporluut enterprise next week
C. e. Byers, lately lrin the valley
near Independence, Is bulldlug him
self a flue residence on Five Mile l reek.
I wish blui giMHi luck III bis new
home. Fiddle Creek correspondent to
the Florence W'mU
The cantata of Hauls Clau Jr. will
be given at the opera house next Hal
orday night by the ChHallau aud Cou
gregattoual Huuday schools. Ad mis
sion 10 cts, reserved seals 1ft cut ; for
sale at Pallereou Bros.
There was a social gathering of the
young people of ludepeiideuce aud
vicinity at the home of it. H. Middle-
bam, Just north of town, ou Thursday
eveulug, aud a ve-y pleasant eveulug
Hants Claus make hi appearance at
the opera house Haluiday ulgut, also
the fairies, Han la Clau Jr., Boys Brl
gade, tto. Tba music la espeelully
adapted for children's volnea.
W.W. Ilyder aud wife aud Mlaa
Florence Hebrall, of Corvallls, speni
Christina day at Moumoulb, visiting
Mr. T. J. lllsley, a student at the Nor
It will he remembered that P. O
Patterson baa the finest and beat fla
vored cigar and tobaccos to be found
In tbe city. He Is a genial caterer to
the tastes uf bis customers.
Jtev. fisher will commence a pro
tracted meeting at Peedee school-house
uear Kings Valley next Monday even
ing, oommeuclng at 8-10 wltb a watch
F. G. Kertson aud family left today
Friday) for Hulem, where they will
nuke their future home Mr Kertson
expects to get work In the si ale office.
Mrs. Ida Vaughn, who has recovered
her health, eut a few days t lilts week
at the home of J. H. Conier, returning
to Portland Wednesday.
R L. Hhellcy will preach at the
Christian church next Bunduy morn
ing aud eveulug ; subject for the even
You can buy a ticket to Portland and
return, Including one ud mission to the
Portland exptadtloti by putronlxlng the
Miss Beatrice Getchell, of Portland,
la the guest this week of her sister,
Mrs. Lllllu Hmlth at Mrs. A. M. Hur
ley's. Ilev, Blckaf will commence a
protracted meeting at the Christian
church the first Huuday In January.
Ilev, L. H. Fisher will preach In the
Grace Evangelical church north of
Monmouth next Huuday ul 8 p. tn.
About sixty students from Mon
mouth went to l heir homes for the hol
idays by tbe Aliona lust Friday.
Kreiigel H II lard are now occupy
ing their new blacksmith elu,i on the
corner of B aud Main street.
Mrs B. M. Estes and daughter re
turned on the Alloiia Tucsduy from a
week's visit In Portland.
The club dunce at tbe 0eru house
lust Tuesday uiht was oue of the most
pleasaut of the series.
Wm, Madison utid wife arrived from
Roscliurg Monday and spent ChrlHimas
w ith the old folks.
Remember the $15 lump will be
given, away at Irvine's cash grocery
store ucxt Tuesday.
J. C. Cooper, F. E. Griffith and C. E.
Hransnn, of McMlnovlllc, arrived Iu
Marion county should either uIioIIhIi
the ItMHiiily on sculps of certain objec
tionable animals, or pay a bounty on
rat pelts and fly sculps These arc
pests. They are as troublesome us
A Household Treasure. -1).
. Fuller, of C.innjohailc, N. Y.,
-ays that he always keeps Dr. King's
New Discovery In the house and his
family hud always found the very hcsl
results follow Its use; that, lie would
not be without It, If procurable. G. A.
Dykemun, druggist, Cutsklll, N Y.,
says that Dr. King's New Discovery Is
undoubtedly t' e best cough remedy;
thut he has used it In his family for
eight years, and It hud Ik'Vcr fulled to
do all that Is clalnnd fur It. Why not
try a remedy so long trljed aud tested
Triul bottles free at any drug store
Laige size 60o. and $1.0p.
Or. Price's crtam baking rowuw
War tlr Highest Msdalsod Dlplenu.
Drosoina, at Douty & Lct'lo. T 5; focm, tnzy c?o Ck
, i wm.a mm.
A Former Kmliient of IatieieHleiM'e
Zuueviilc, Uhlo, iJec. 1HM4.
Editor WkOT . PiiitK. At piP nl
writing, I am aa you will aee, at Zaiiee
vllle, Uhlo, a town ofiM.hOOpopiilMlloit.
I gillie from Newark, which waa a
ery plenum ride, aa I paaned Ihrough
uii iuiereming part of Ohio. The
euery r mli iUiI un if pru In Oregon
allhough mine piciuremiue the nad
waciit lliroiii(h a iHlce luke, but la
now aolld rock, on oil aide, which la
v,ri' Ii'k'1. tt"'! ou the other a kiiimII
miming drool., and is a lonely hsiklny
place as iheie sie no houses for wiles.
Zn'svllle Ueonsldeied by tourists to
U the most attractive lowu of lis six
iu Ohio, It Iwiug the only town In the
Unh'.'d Hlutes, which has the Y bridge.
The Musklugiium aud Licking rivers
meet under this bridge. There arc
seven bridges over the Muskl, ghum
and all start from the heart of the vhy j
Ou the mrtli sde of Musklnaloiiii
river Is a high hill of solid rock, aud Is
a line nliice lo lt ou I he rock that
extend from the bill sldeuud fish.
Zauesv llle bus several factories on
being a lurge ghow factory aud the
liallimoreA Ohio It It. are building
largo cur shops here ami in a few years
i his is expected to be a great oily. I
love this town very much mid would
like 10 live here If It had the beuuiiful
Alsmt two weeks of my time was
4Niit In Columbus, calling on buluee
house Inu rested In my Hot of gssls.
1'here Is not much of wrilculsr Interest
Iu Coluiunu except the is suillul stale
house, a llien ii built Iu the veuler 4
the city. Clevelund and Clncliins'i are
btth Itueciiles. Cinciuimll tuklil; the
1 will end my work In Chicago about
the i'rd, und will real until after New
Vear. 1 like my business very much
.Mid become more Interested In It every
lay; sm enjoying g.ssl health, have
mi excellent living and cull see and
leurn a great deal of tbe world.
You msy probably hear from me
a;!u iu the future.
M r. Bki-L Rosa,
74 Market 8t Chicago.
A Herald ef the Infaut Tear.
dtp the lsi ihlry years or more fnm the
last rwiilury, and Hie seguient will rvprvwat
lit Utrin of the uobouiided popularity of
lloslvuer's Htuinat b Ullters, The opening ot
Id year Mat will be etgnalltwi by the ap
pearand of s frMli Aliuauae of the Ultlvrs, In
bleu lliui, Uoilvsitiio nd k'llon of tbls
world-famous iiiadleln will be lucidly set
forth, Kwrybody should read tl Tbe
oataudar sad irnru leal caleulalioo to be
found la I liu brochure are always asumlsh.
lugty accurate, and the staiUtlM, mu.tm-
lions, humur sndotlmr reading mstUr rich
in Inienwi and full of pmnu The tiosietter
ixjmpsiiy.of Pliu-burg, I'm , publl.h It tbein
Ivm, They employ niuie than slsly band
in the niei'bsnlral work, and mure than
levsn mmitbs In the year are consumed In
U prrraton. It can t oblalnsd, wllbolil
enst, of all druggist and country dealers, and
Ui prlu led In English, German, French
WeUb, Norwegian, Hwedlsh, Holland,
Holisiulan and 8ianlsh.
Money to loan ou imprrved furm
lroarty, Willard G, WatuiiT,
According to the Monitor, some
shoplifter proceeded to lake til tbe
towu of Medford recently. They were
made to disgorge the goods stolen and
left town lu a Jiffy.
Ihu kleu's arnica Hair.
Tbe best ralve in the world for cuts.
nrulses, sores, ulceis, suit rheum, fever
sores, tetter, clmisf, hands, chllhluliis,
uiriiM, and all skin et iDllous, and post
lively cure plica ot no pay required
ft Is gunrauteisl to glv i srfect satlHfue-
tlon or money refuudwl Prk 2'
ents per Imx . For sale by all druggist.
There I no place lu Oregou where a
better meal Is served than at the res
taurant of Westscolt A Irvine, 271 Com
merclal street, Hulem. Meals 25 cts.
He; I wonder when you will be able
to set as good a table as my mother
Hhe: By the time you are able to
provide as goisi a table as your father
docs, my dear," : v
For rheumatism I have found no
thing equal to Chumberlulu's Puln
Balm. It relieves the pain as soou as
applied. J. W. Young, West Liberty,
W. Va. The prompt relief ll affords is
alone worth many times tbe cost, 60
cents. Its continued use will effect a
permanent cure. For sale by Alexander-Cooper
15,000 to Ion u on real estate In small
amounts, one car or less. Hce VlMAKi
G. Wriuiit, Dullus, Oregon. ,
A bicycle girl In Indiana got a
present from her beau. He wrote:
"By bearer, I send you a pair of
bloomers. If you'll wear them tonight
at church I'll consider It us proof of
your affection for mo." Hlie fainted
The bloomers were roses.
Mr, Ira P. Wctuiore a prominent
teal estate agent of Hun Angelo, Texas,
has used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy lu his family
for several years as occasion required,
and always with perfect success. He
says: "I find It a iierfect cure for our
baby when troubled wlih colic or dys
entery, I now feel that my outfit Is
not complete without s Untie of this
Remedy at homo or on a trip away
from home. For sale by Alexnmler
Cooper Drug Co.
The Weekly Orrgonian aud the Wkst
8idm one year for only $2.50.
Any one who has children will re
joice with L. B. Mulfor.l, of Plulntluld,
N. J. His little boy, five, ye irs of age,
was sick with croup. For two days
aud nights be tried various remedies
recommended by friends and neigh
bors. He s.iys: "I thought sure I
would lose him, I had seen Chamber
lulu's though Remedy advertised and
thought I would try It us a lust hopeand
am happy to say that after two doser
he slept until morning. I gave It to
him next day and a cure was effected.
keep this remedy in the housu now
and as soon as any of my child reu
show signs of croup I give it to them
and that. Is the lust of it." 60 cent
bottles for sale by Alexsnder-Cooper
j Drug Co.
I - .
Complication of Diseases
"I ' MU with slok aesdieas aM
Sluil;n ci aa4 tl tot. sseams p irtUU;
it'., Ludji. barvens lytesi u ail raa Saw
fUullj, was seltsd wlia asstt lasa saw
Burnet ay ers wsr aoaWsa, I assi
ia ss4 siy ierrser io4 sppstt has r
turned." Euwajid rsiTSia, Orarsw.CaL
Bood'i aanapartna Issskt by al Snwckls.
11 1 tit lor IB. lrir4 esly by L 0O
a co., ASOUMesrMft .swell, Mass.
Hosd'a Plila ate urely veastabla. at
HBOwMge or Mvangrapby and T WrlUa
w ioifldo well to see or eommoaleaU with
Win Cnrs Untidwln, In1M-idno,Or. Sr
N .wl. fnirnprv.rttinliy to acquire ibis vstj
usnil liiity In a short time and at a tease.
shlsrstM. llvBte lessons given If dealrait.
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The WEST SIDE
rft rasa, asw
20 Complete Novelettes
y POPULAR AUTHORS.
WtkfsnMs4 wlOj thi ssbOfSsr n Ot axyalat
DIsMnial liumrf snl hmllr Bontnlr, Tl
Ii iMlciunn la cluh milimir psmt ms IN .wll'r
lixral Urai. qnKod v sod wr liw(fiht4 li
llixral lrm qnirtml v u4 wtar liw(fiht4 Is
A iu writ ub'f i Ur, frs. hri im Kawlvm,
i lr . iWiltxi- Uf Ujii( M-q , of is tbon
lis rl ofw. tnr ssrar. Is t4 ml .1 l er ISTrn
i n. rnvv, f-.''. iiiwHtlas U msoT Uw
tma kit mt noptW lllanrr i tssillf par txh
II. w. ul Sim ? 'lr-liM tit sntHlls taw
.itlniiit twMitr eo'tiilt mn.rWtm br iniy of
Ih. mn4 siiw STiiNir sf Am-rlos. Kttriftnd awl
rno"-ln iv. ft ter ftmotim of im m ftwlssilaa
nulini .utiur u Um moat Ulllof imt,
THE ILLUSTH4TED HOME GUEST
B Mrn tod haadftunw hVeefS. 4-nlnm mas
tnM ln.rtrr sml fsniit ptmr, rnb'i.l ai.wo.lf,
an I nii.lnia sarul and S'mri lunlaa bf H a mt
ornltar tuthot, BtMetwt Fnama, Cful Sla!'nf,
an I tamiila aa t-n-na, anlMtal and Is)
iio'iwiuq. i-inif.'ati,a am H u moron, ih.
SMSliar of th fciCIf elrr.U AmnnS th VT.IM
ha Mrta cantiOf imw Is TBS nuwnuraB
n.iaa Mrawr rm lar. pnia ll. r l oinvena.
it Mirt J, Itnlma ClurlMI I
t OpSi, Mr. Hf flnaa
mint ElU W. Ft,
M BfWm. Ml, ana
m'K j.o. it, ASMia. r.'nn
g,l tlallaa. Sri-m i. Calb.
I. A ana. K'nma aantaaa Jomb. Mary
fi-jiia iino. jr4
emanaa SassaM. A.
ivian utt w. ana manf wnar.
Ileatlon hr tba ftt-nit elrrlax bandmntf srli
bavillMr Hl.ir,.,l and MW hl.lan tsM
IMH n I. a MaMlaa r-'-rlrrl.
laa and n-..r dulL It la Sara la ivmral toa. bm aJB
'vllni.laror. of Un Mae allrad to nlr He
a'una., n o h ho dllrhud I0, Una aaanitasi
Batr. and aatrlf waleoto ll masUilr TUIta.
TWENTY COMPLETE K3YELETTES
Ef Ppimlsi- An1n li lat sad ksadwaB
m m lar I . ib'a-'"lTTia anara sat, alaolf
firiaiad la naar. Soi l, rdaia If" (od ,
aad IwiidaitWf IvhiM la colnfad saar onvar It
Knuim, li lie mdlcatov fcarani nrun smuein
lwnif vail fcnnwa ftid natr anrhora. aarB nn
of whlrlj I. inanalf tiM-i in. II emaarlaaa a wnol
Maanll'l dallrloNI navllnt, and u lar Ih SmS
Bu.1 nnawl milnliMi M mtaniM Biwalar aota1!
tar imbllalwd la s ll faluma. Tra llilas of Iba
Iwanir aMaalaA aoralauM aoaolaad Is US Book ara
raSav law alalty aWrrloa. Br cbbsmn u.
va rasatM weasiaa. . sua a a a
T ! W.nlU Sar WaaL
MooaohiM mm Marswrita. , -Tka B
Tn Shbmub Sf Aatwora, r kha, abb a
Th Star af m t.te. Ir Mn Bar tnaa ftoadBa.
Old MaiMrn.rl Malt. . sh. a I BraSSaa.
HIiBrk f Vaallra. tr iw Oaaaa.
A Tnl r Thrmi l.laaa. s sum lami
A Kraiaa la tha Air. t Jw Vara.
TSa Slarf f Mrlra. U BaattaB
Tsa OairUla af iba rele-Star. r a. cbbbb
Tka allra amat, . Jm-b taatta.
Tk bmhI la Mora Waod. ' wina omsml
Taa Halraaa ad Wbllsaa Sraa. Sr ML t
Sliaa) Furm. a Warr IH. a.n
Tk MlsrkaaBltk' Itaacktsr. S iua W. Hana,
Tk SrnlaXar af la1Ba. r Srinaai CMk, la.
Tka rata SMaaaaaa. kkrf A. Ba.ms.
aahcran MalL I, taaiSamaaa j
hst we i. u.l tim WaHT Sios tor year, tbe
lltuttrattd Unmt Outtt for on yter, and the
biHk, "Tvtnln CumpUtt NovtUttti if Popular
Av'Iuki" piMUpaia oy man upon receipt oi
only JJ00. Tb s ofler applies both to new
aubierlbeis and i newali, Eery lover ol
brlKhtand ruminating literature should take
sdvsntage of IL Bam pie of ibe illtufroted
Horn Oarrt and of tbe premium bonk may be
bn ren at thl office. Andres all letters tn
tb Wkst Sma, Independence, Oregon.
MiSS SOPHIA GOFF
who has lately returned
from San Francisco, is pre
pared to Rive her patrons
the bonefit of a new system
Call at ber home on the
Corner of Baihoad and 0
Notice of Stockholders Meeting.
Notice Is hereby given that the annual
umetlng of the stockholders of Independent
and Monmouth Hallway Company wilt b
held at Independence, Oregon, on Mouday,
DroetuberSl, IHM, for the purpose of elecllug
heard of directors and the transaction of
any other business that msy come before tbe
tneetlnK. -. V
Independence, Oregon, December 8, 1SS4.
W, P, CosSAwav,
Assignee'i Notice. .
Notice Is hereby given tht 6n the third day
of November. 181M, J. K, O'Uonnell, of lade.
pendeuoe, Polk county, Oregon, mads an a
slgnment for tbe benefit of Ms creditor, and
Jsmos 8, Cooper of . Independence, Oregon,
has been duly appointed assignee or said es
tate. Now, therefore, all persona balding or
having claims against us Id J. F.O'Donnell,
will present them properly verifled to said
Jiimeit M. Cooper, at tnile penitence, Oregon.
within three months froin tbe date hereof,
and all persons Indebted to said J. P. O'Don
he I by reeson of mob assignment, will pay
the name at once to James 8. Cooper at Inde
pendence, Oregon, . 1
Dutert this sixth day oflieeember. 1S94, ,
There will be a meeting of tbe ttock holders
k of the
i(k of In
of the r'lrst National Hsok of Independence,
Polk county, Oregon, ori Tuesday, January
8th, lH, at tb bank bstwleen the hours or 10
m. and p. ru. of said dky. for the Duroose
of electing director lor the ensuing year and
the transaction of any fbther business that
msy come before tneni. j .
Dsted this 5th day of Uecember, im.
; W.H. MA WbEY, Cashier.
Baled Cheat, and Ost liay. Barley seed and
Cheat teed. Kor sate by) W. M. Moumw
Hitvn. xorKV r,
The fbsjahl SS tanullaf tadea
ef character. Tb Sjsm T) p Itv
dkata s atniBg kill, groat rry
aad traia. IswHi sill I tLa
hpaialaiod Tya. la Uasik ikoa
or aaraiicoa KK-t ad vaslar
BiSllty. hoik of these iters brlnaa
to Um hnay sua r wossoai aai
tkMaorsol's Pisilly htstaslaa pro
pan opoeUUf fr eoch pma
wboi wis mo W arw Irilaa, ao
aVsa. la B mull suae, mi I Bad la
af Ih wlwl Will work
for a BMaith siar b a-d la bs'f aa
sour, i so conical i rp aiBir
loiuoaMat, csltan-, and a lo af
Biiiaic, portrr, sad sclkm. A prraf
wiib ibis iyp of ibuBie win taor.
eaidilf nj7 tbr Hlrnry atlrsctlaa
or tMBorsat tgasiae. 1 do a.
tIMi Tytat human's s lew
braetr and oft. wklcb will tn
slosonre la lb BMfnilerM oO-iHct.
are of roar, ie)g M lack, repra
soroa i roan uo original psiniiaa ay
wo Miagpro, in asm WMnrauw is
Bawer-psiBiM. wukb wa
I la rr aabarrlaer U
I Burt'i MuailM li 1). Tht
coat of tbls sprb work of an wa
tVO0i and lb irpmdscilos
wins do aiaiiBgnwBW iroas um
erighial. BkW Ue. an tjqslatu
oil or wsUnxoler pltisra Is paa
brd la earh asnhaf ef tbe Hags,
sin, end the n cl r a pro.
fsaolr sad wusrely lllasoalod IbM
tb Mentis to, la ftsiliy, a port
folto f art wiarks of lb fabfbsad
rdar. Too Pktloi!ilTrpI Um
tksmb of the tsiakar and iDftKoi
af Idoa, who will be Aerply intre
etd la te eflopr4 aionUil
la UrBxmat'a MsgailB, la ever
on af iu asiaroM aVpsrtaMiitB,
which evf Um nulr artbti Bod
B I iitla Said, tkroalrllug i
stmhub BOM. rsroBM-iiiig avrf)
fact, fsaey, sad fsd af lb day.
firaHrrrM1 1 slaiBly a peffod
Faauly Maa-tslB. and ws long sg
cmward (jnroa of la Mealkllra
Bbb4 la yuar aabwrlptlna; k will
oat on If 1S.SD, sd yoa will has
s ooai M aculn Is na. Addran
W. Jssaisna Dianas, rabll-har,
awat I4U Sinai, Ptm Xmk.
Tboafh not fsthloa wgasta. a
acffnet fashlea psgrata4 liaartlcl
a faaBlly arvi tf isarMIc aitum, wlil
be of raptrUtlr bturtot to tkos
asssnslHg the fraihilBe Trps of
Tkaask. whtek bHitcMo hi ka saHOI
Mb, aindi maai, mn sou, an
smooth, roaaded tip, thee traits
eatler n. rrarroao af whoa, akesld aabacrib
antra Baioas osaaiifiBii la i
laawraM'i MafBalBa. If twa sea aasoaaalMod wli h
la BMrtie, ad far a sprehars enpy rfrl, sad
win sasii. um sriag um thumus ass pat
la the wef ef savlaw bmb hr tudlaa la en
fagaitae ewythUat l saiisty list lustvj vsatsat
M waa) naUlf .
Sf :rl::j Ercfcrs
Highest niaiket price paid
for fat stock, beef, mutton, veal,
pork, etc All bills must be settled
)PEN SUNDAYS FROM 8 to 8 s. m.
DR. JORDAN & CO.'S
GREAT IDSE01 OP MATOIT
10 I Market t, Baa FraacOseo
(Between frib sad Ith au.)
fla and learn how wonderfully J no
sr made aad bow in srold all simm
Mi UHMBSe. MUMBBI HllBTgod 1U
vnouaano oc aw esKia uau.
alon U am.
Private Oftleaaaate BalUlnw
1051 Market traet-DkaaaM ol man:
trtctnr, lose of aawbood, dlaaaar of tb skis
and ludn7 quickly rarod aithoui UM uo ol nv r-
IVoot. psssaaauy or ay sun.
hotograph Albums. .
plush Odor Seta.
Beautiful Cuff and Collar Boxes.
ilephantSf Horses, Dogs, Goats,
Cats, Jumping Kangaroo's.
Self Propelling Street car.8.
ook and Ladder .Wagons.
While we have these
at lowest prices we also
keep a fine line of
IE EHE IH.
OIIN "MULDER, Prop
BEF, POBK. M UTTON, VEAL
S A U S Ap.
M wket I on C treat, rear the pVistofflee, '
I Sbld Everywhere. x
IV AaToar Vlf tbr thosL KuStST l
1 Ferry snd Aaaaal M l(Sa
InrsluBbmioall plaatrnaod kirrr
0' J1ne Vagoioblo and Haautinil
Vriewrn Writ Inrlt-Proo, X
lfT""lf? TfH "'("") f
J tb plaew to get all BrKf a.
BlfU OS 444a i'-
C StrMt Ovaaalta the Paetafiice (
J. C. SH0B1AKHK, hoiPttor.
tepoolally inxdo vt Tmplral aad lnietiB
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
til ordir. from lb country, by inail or stage
driver, will receive prompt altoolbm.
Est lo JLl
oosmi by ih
SALEM S I LAM I.AUNDKV,
ind leave your orders with J. B. TlIOMpivisi
H Um bo ix in Miaire, wbu will call at your
hiiuo fur IU waolilug and deliver It wtua
D. H. CRAVEN'S
Photograph Gallery o
ELT JGSKSaX Prep.
t-iorses Fed by the Day,
Week or Month.
Jest of Attention Given Stock
Left in Charge.
J. K. THUAlbuN, hoy.
Paseenger and light freight carried on
Purchase made and delivered for a smal
Leave order at hotel or posloffloe and 8Uc
wUl caU lor paasungans at Uieir rtiuuus la
bla4e leave Independence every niornlng
aunday xtwptd at HxO a. m., ana boitau at
Will consult their beat iu- I
teres ts by pua-basiug their i
SASH AND DOORS !
uf Ibe reU-t'jie oiuLiutbuiuier, f
M. T. CROW i
ludeiwudeuoe, Or., aucvea- I
tor toFerguaou t Vau Aieer, I
bugar piue aud cedar doors,
all sue, ou uuuU.
SCREEN DOORS. J
P. H. MoCABE. S. MUHLMAN.
1. 1 CcMBE I CO.,
DrJe-gndence Tile Factcry
Drain Tile, f
of all aix.
Prloea to Suit the
OFFICE AND FACTORY
Oregon -a '
J R. COOPER
Of Independence, haviuy a Ktaam
engine, a briek uiacJiine aud several
ditw ot nnesi ciay, is now prepared
to keep on hand a iiue quality oi
Brick. whicL will bo aoltl
STEAMER ALTOtl A
AT 6:30 A. M.
AT 6:00 A. M.
Far rrl:rtr-1 r " - ' '