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C It. W- INDrJ ENDENUE
.n.t, Va M HHlltnn Moti-
?Mtt in I. J.O.R balk All ojoortr-
in hrnther If iuVtted to AtteUd. UeO.
A. Brtilih, M. W.; W. 0. Cook, Record
1 r ALLEY LODGE. NO. 42. 1. 0. 0
V F.-MoeX in Vauduyn hull (WJ
ThurdJ mniug. All Odd follow oor-
dtally invited to meet with u. K. K.
Ferguson, N. U.; Zed Roaendorf, Bee
f T YON LODGE, NO. 29, A. r. A A,
l L. M. HUtvJ eotnuiuotcalion Suinr
I day evening on or before full moon "eu
I Month aud two wwki thereafter, W. P.
Counowav. W. M. U. It laitereoo
t TOMER LODGE.
f rl MmU wry Wednesday evening
NO. 43 K.otP,
All kaiaht are cordially invited. I
B. Lnughuy, C l 1). II. Craven, K.
EL KETCHUM, M. D. OFFICE
. and residence, oornr Railroad
and Moumooth at., Independence, Or.
! Dentist. All work wrruled to
giro the beat of aaUafaclion
B. JOUNSON, RESIDENT
rfEO. A, SMITH, ATTORNEY AT
J Law. Will practice in all tat
aod federal courts. Abstract of title
fnroilied. Oftta over Independence
ONHAM A HOLMES, ATTOR-
ney at Law. Office in linab'a
block, between Stale and Court, on Com'
ereial atnwt, Salem, Or.
BASH AND DOORS.
lUriTCHELL A BOUANNON, MAN-
i ATA nraoturara of sash and dour.
Alao, aoroll sawing,
Main street, lode
TtRE. J. YOUNQ, late of Netberg,
K veterinary Surgeon and Duutiat
)as moved to Independence, and opened
) ofAc w the Independence Nallou-
I GENTLEMEN'S - WATCHES!
from $2 up. at
0. 1. KRAMERS
Ill reduce your weight Permanently from
to lf pound a month. NO STAKVINO
knew, or Injury) MO FI HIJCITV. They
lid up the health and beautify the com.
Hon, leaving no Wrinkle or flabblnes,
Kit Abdomeni and difficult breathing sure,
relieved. NO KXI'KUIMKNT but a eclen
t and positive relief, adopted only after
W of experience. All order supplied dl-
from our office, i'rlce 00 per package
tree for 15.00 by mall post paid. . Tentl
klal and particular (settle) 2 cts.
U correspondence strictly confidential.
IRK REMEDY CO., Boston
anch offloe of Dr. iMugl' famous
A Homh la jPA.-Th editor
and hit win, a,..t .Idreu ate Christ-
niaa uppcr at ? ho,M 1,1 ,l
Taylor and wlTueeilay the 6tb.
We ere ahowit: pMtogrih of the
bt'wuttftil wutitr rwWeiice, on tli
Uiika of the OtW t , C"J.
whore Mr. and
to coming hiry ,wwl lh,,,r
home, but Mr. t" c"uW Uot "u,ul
the climate aud wr,u,f to v
life Uiey cme U' ll ttow
enloylng excclk bHlth. A town
twice the aite ol',l,"',,", '"V
one aide of thl V"lt
a large a Moi"ulh. 00 ,h olr'
Fourteen mtnf51'1 s rlwr towni
imim by everyty " lh r'v'' The
hourn wm on ammlnwo and they
oould look flftjw,lv" ttnOtUaw .
river, which fl,r " acetteryV
Their hue cohcm 7iHH mid they
had to leave l'hcy Are quite) oou
teuted he, at to return
to Canada, p ,,
A ri.RAAAMTtOH.I.t Hat-
urtlay U. 8. 1hary nd bride came
home from r""' where they were
'i.ariled on fUy, Dvceiuber Sftth
In the vented I'l'y eoupl were
teiideivd a nviloti At the reeldence
of Mr, and M Vautluya where
a very temuf luuctKHtn waa atirvad.
After the W'l,,,n 1110 company re-
tutlred to ti" "hed McAd'
ama house Mr. and Mrs. lAuigh-
ary will B tMr home. They
found at th'l',,',K, ul' riy of
Uwutlful aftse'ul reMnta from their
many frko " city, and with
thtwe reci fruiu (heir friend lit
HiH)kam, i HU vxoellvnt eolkctlon,
Thss pnejt the receptlou were;
a&t4'l M. O. I'otter and
wife, Clatrrvlue and wife, MUmw
Maud and t w;Hr and Meaera. r,
C and D.. rattewon. The Wkkt
SnKjolnli their frtcudalu eiteud
r.u.nir ilia wttiiiwt kind if snow reu III
U.l jmrt Of the valley WedW
iiiornlnif. and utiles It Knee ofl gradu
"It - W . . 4
Ally there w likely to be a" '"K"
The newly elected offlceii of Iude
peudtuoe Chapter, No, 2ft
of the Royal Arch Mtaon'i Lolge
will In lualalled on Tuesday evening
January 10 IMkj. All Mauler Maaone
water In tho Wl lainette. altbeuKU uie anti uieir ntmiiiee are eipeoled to oe
river haa already risen thret w four preaeiit aa well aa a few Invited gueat
net The remtrt Utlmt tlit LuekU The Imtallatlou ovremutilee will be
amuleia out of it bnnki nJ riMiii rouoweu uy a abort programiue In the
raitldlv. Just now a warm f'u fail"! wHlge room alter which the member
Inn and the awalea and creek and guiwte will imoeel to the opera
are overflowing and fu.t enf their houae where danclug will lie indulged
water to the river. In liatty V,MW' lu UIUI kupiier Unie. The Installation
of the valley telephone "'l telegraphic cereuioulea will begin at 1M p. m.
communication I utopis-d, tne Heavy meeting of the achool board wa
aitow having broken tie wirea, tield Wedueaday evening at which
I'rof. MoAdama, of Hales vru 'vied
HtiAt Factort,A lw ' ItttheprlnclnalahlpofK iiam eu ml
nrtMap niauufacturtHi by the eet made vacaiit by the realgi.ation off fof.
Hide aonn work, of this rtty. won our iWeli. frof, MoAdam come well
Uble preeented by II J. Gotman the recommended a a teacher aud acholnr
eulerprlsJ tig manager. " ' giycer and It I to be xie'ted that the Kaat
Ineaoapora le aiiil color d I Imm achool will be kept up to the high
trauttparvnt, It hiwa iJeeewt ierfuine standard nmluulncd by I'rof. To wet I.
aud leial UilW'senip for the hand -Ort'gim City AWrrwtat f I'rof. Mo-
aud oompleitlon. Mr. UoeUiuau la a Adam wa principal of Uie Indepen
tlumuiKh Mwp mu d rUHt deuce pul.llu achool a few year ago.
IniKluemi to a uonA
A Put Rwiwmwk. The new
and ttimk reaitlenw of J, F. O'Don-
livll i tvif neartiiK completion, aud
Mr. O'lHW'J to remove to it
durioir tl week.. The house has
lowiwttdl basement, five room and
a batlwaj'l U)tlr there are Ave
mom. ; nicely nnlehed itisldeaud
outalde he ahl(H lurv Is of a very
plettHlnfyle. Kferj'thlujt la very
7 I . 1.. . 11
oouvetiKuti upiiiiuy arruoKeii aim
it w ill be of the Uioet ; coutfortable
realdeiiet'o towiy A atcaui heater
will In "vd in tpe tttweun'iit which
will 14 it an ttein in labor-iinvliig
and wilke au ejiilUl)If teuijierature
over Ui,," 'fiitiing, uie rei
deuce ltiated od the corner of Mou
aiimtU I St-vwiit trvet and hel
to beaul ttml portion of towu not a
Til 1 u Ha u.. The dunce given J
Kihk Ai.AKM.-ltrvly evening n
alarm of fire "'uudtnl. Ue,
Hktnner'e house lx"'lf retrted on fire,
but It wa foniitl t t fbw alarm
only a fir from tinner' tove, who
waa at work oirUi rtiof. The now
whletle walled forth it wlenl fire
Tin Nkw.TmtIUwm. On Itwt
Tuemlay (Ne Year day) the vote of
the county Miperluieudeut for the
new text boot to he used In the state
of Oregon woouuted at Halem, and
the book fleeted then will be first
used at the oegluulng of cboot next
W. K. tiyder, a former bridge ear.
iientcr fof the Houthern lVltlelVmi
pany, wld hbt bride, wa visiting hi
sister, M. Wm. Chapman, lit ttil
city laat ek. Mr. Hoyder wa mar
ried to Mis Anna UaUrt Monday
lKo. 'J4,lu rortlaiid. Fmiii here Mr
aud M Huyder will go luist on au
extcudxl vWt to hi fnl tier who live
net ov r the New York Hue In Canada,
Mayr C. C. iox, who live lu Mon
mouU. received a telegram on Huuday
that li wife, who left bore December
5, forCtUifortiia for her health waa
dead Htie had gotie ou to Kausa aud
dledat Ie(toy, aged atmut fourty-oiie
She leave four ehlldreu aged IX
tiKiitha, , 7 and 9 year of Mr.
Cm 1 a t), A. R member, and haa
nMy frletul lu thl county who ym
paltyxe with him lu hi sorrow,
upt. HulctiliUHiii, of Ihtllaa, sever si
ynr aro tuveitled a plan for a aaw
t.W, w Uteh UqultedltlVreut from any
tiing now I it use. The aavtlog He
nl aud the saw ga down one aide,
titling a !!) aud cume back the
ther, agttlu cutting luuiUr, Mr.
iuchlumiu tuteiulii building a mill ou
it plan some duy. aud i cotilideut it
byUiy lnd laet IWky lilKhtwillUjaauweea.
wa at up u the acale a a place of .. . w. r . . wlf M,
Melr aud wife, of Halt lake City, are
visiting at the home of the O'llrleti
liro., north of Independence, and
were lu town lust week. Mr. Lawler
In coouected with the Kantlani mini,
aud lu Uie spring intend to commence
extensive operation lu these inlime.
Hupl. Hulclilnsou, of Dulliis, who ha - tu. aud for the Unit time
amuseiit. There were about lift t!
oouplereaent and everyone had aJ
the dag they wautetl. There wet
quite timber of visitor preeent, 1
of wbtsay It wa quit) coneplcuois
that ft' one acted Ute lady and gi'iil'-
niaii. he music wa so euticiug p it
it ntajUJtiiy of the older heads pre lit
wish their younger day that ley
mlgh'ln the fmtlvltlc with the
youu s'ople. An excellent H r
wa fed at the City Restaurant If
you i to have a flue time at bull
Tl CA.VTATA.The (
cant HuiiU Clau Jr. waa
by )ge concourse of our petple liu-t
Httty tilKtit The entlr pro-
graie went oQqult uUely. Little
EMHiultb in her oog wan icarllly
Dtnl. il by the audience, d Mlos
My Ieo an Httnta Clau Jr. wa all
rigalsoa V. Doughty fid Hanta
Cli'lu goKl tylo and tie boy's
brBe aopjttd tbenueVea quite
The entcrtnlnriient iaa a auo-
On liut Friday evening a delightful
party wa given at the home of Mr.
aud Mr. A. Hlievls, of Ruetia Vista,
at which wiiiie thirty were present and
a very pleaaaut evening wa spent.
Mesmla Ruth and llrltta McDavltt, ol
Dallaa, aud Mr. Fred Veuew, of Inde
Hiuh'noe were among the guent.
Hta'lal game and tuuslo made the
hour pa swlfty and an elegant aup
per waa aerved. The hotlae wa beauti
fully cliHxirated for the ocoaalou.
Hoclallam ay "What 1 thine la
nil lie," Christianity aaya, "What la
uilue I thine," The alffereuce I
luflulte. Rut the epigram need
correction, Christianity really tenches
u to aay, "What aeem thine la not
thlue; what teem mine i not mliie;
whatever thoa hast belong to 0m);
and whatever I have belongs toGial;
you and I must use what we have
according to Uod' wilt," AW.
We wish to personally Uiank our
many Irleud and customer for their
very lloeral imtMuage tlunntr the vear
Just closed, We fully appreciated
your effort to make all of your friend
au appropriate Christum present, dur
lug the present stringency and hope
to e you often at our place of buatu
e uurtug till year, Wishing you
abundant auceesa, w are very truly
your. Clodfelutr Rro.
Mrs. K. K. i'etcrsoo, (forintirly Mlm
Inei iHivldsonof Rueua Vlata) of Rutte
City Moutaua, passtnl up on Thursday 'i
train to iHud a eoiml of mouths
with her J wren tu. Theciiitutteof Mon
Una doe not agree with her. Her
husband, to whom she wa married
October 1, last, M eima-ed lu tit
wholeaale fruit busluesa, Apple from
Oregon aotl lu Hutu at 11.36 a box
Next week we commence printing
the label for the West etlde i'acklug
Co., in latwllug their 14UUU can ol
apple. ThU 1 quite a pretentious Job
for a vouuiry ulllo-i, but we hone to
turn out a Unit das Job,
J. C. Hhoeiifker waut all the young
aud old chicken to be had lu l'ulk
oouuty aud will pay cash for them
tie pay aj tvuu a pouuu for young
chicken aud 6j ueuU for hen in gout)
con ill Hon,
Ievl V. Morton wa Inaugurated gov
eruorof New York Wedueaday at 12
fine display of meat at their bcj on
New Year day.
Mlaa Lu Waller, of Monmouth, la
vUltlng her aUter Mr. Minnie Win
ter Id I'orllaiid.
II. Rest aud wife aud daughter Tlllle
spent Haturday and Hunday lu Ha'em
A crib for the wharf I being built on
the river bank for the 0. R A N. Co,
Mis Jeaa MuUowan.of Dallas waa
visiting Mr. A. J. Uoodmaii the first
of the week,
The Want HitK I the beat place
to plant an "ad;H It1 paier go all over
Ticket No. 10, 27, 41, 57, SI In aerie
V. U. O. P, Are aoiue winner at Clod
K. C, retitland, edIUir of the Wir
Si UK, took a bust nee trip to roruand
W, E. Qoodell, of Rick mail, former
rtiereiiaift of thl city, wa lu town last
Messrs Fierce Rlgg and E. L, Harris,
of Crowley, were In town lust Wedn,
If you want the beat bread lu town
call for Htroug'a. DoutyALocke keep
Henry Rrowu. one of the Dull
liverymen, wa lu the city Tueeday.
Mia Altos Havage, of Haleiu, wa
vlltlug bore the flrl of the week.
J. W. NeMiiillh. of Rlckrcall, was
lu the city last week.
Freeh bread every morning at the
Freeh broad, cake, and pie at Douty
Couuty court uexl week.
A Letter From ludUna.
sit Fjww Bt HHt'KiHipiA. In the
piwcfk the following frsoim have
sulMcrintlotm to thl wwr. I. A
Ai, Rlckreall, U) JamAry 1H!W; W
fWveii, Ruena to Jununry
V . Huston, IrnlcjHfiii niw, Junuury
J. D. Ktevcti, yndewndeiice,
mry uo; U. U. Coa'f iwiuw, Marcli
O. A. Kramer, Jme 'ttj; C. C.
is, Monmouth, Jauury 'Oil; John
Jvirton. Moumouti, January '1)0;
R. O'Donnell, I'orfand, March 'ft'
F, Vundcrgrlft, Aurura, Imlluna,
Hi'wt a if OkkekTIio publtHhrra of
puper buvo mua arrangemcnui to
iQDrpirip ui7CiiiiCAi.Jbwlth s" Tjuw monU,,y Hl,,ry
'OlLUllIU HJlLLLIIlL'lr, nd upon fscelpt of $2 for one
)ltiv cure for all ft ft r Ju advun, wit aend the Wkht
'immin tt. . i . i rnr n and the lloiie Otutil, a bund-
MilNIiNri P JJlOGAOOi.imiy printed moilhly for OneYkak.
ft ft ft ft ft Mr. Hrh b. wi.i aktlon w will nrtweut twelve
Manager. ; ' , . ,.,,ii,. ,uhtn nn tunm.
V4vtMiMintrrM. 1 " "is"'
' , . M.l . . ..41. .. 11 AVtl
' sample and full WirtlculBr. addre",r nami w mailer, au lor a
ftarah K. Winn, Independence, l'olt'OU Wttlit til t Hi' HlKK for 18115, mid
Hay For Hale.
ou will eujoy be monthly pajK'r and
Siovelettc. wlficli lire given free, Cull
and nettle, yoif suiiHcrlptlon,
tCbeat,ndOal bay. Barley seed at , fllE Hjvf L-Captuln Hutch, of the
a. ,r . y sj bout Cofvalll, who Ih In Eugene
.' with hi boiital prcHent.Huy the Guardt
Inform u that the river I In a much
1 butter condition than be expected to
recalled fortofumish to Polk coun m It. The channel of the rlvor Ih
for the year VW, the follow wnrbln ..m In a ww f muka It
. n -j
broader and tnore certulu. He further
ulated that tiere wa very little work
to be done bear here and that they
would rernulb but a few day, They
wip move oft down the river working
31dn For County Printing.
and doing- the following print
bead, per thousand. - ...
ianks-full size, per hundred, I
tanks ball size, per hundred.
Bks and letter heads to be print)
pound paper, good quality, sat)
per to be submitted to the eov
nspectlon before the work I
! legal notices, or county court, 1
Element of bills allowed, per iqi,
twenty copies circuit court dci,
nt blanks, per thousand.
be opened at the county n
lllos, Thursday, January J0j,
rderofthe county court, tu
mber 18U4. j
B. F. Mci.ki
IV County Ci
t,Z of-tfrltt,nornt, norojnlfft t
Jiiy,Villiii( or Country. --
M end tjMt, ltr on n rtli .
ni iji a rcuHiBiprgf niwin i
tfft'h m, 1 lit fntiruiTifinU( fir)tm.(
ivwhrra. nny dirtnr. (1omilta, ri ',
hon niiiiiM, Can r put tj by n,
J. P. HvrlM A COh Clrs 10, Cela..
an they proceed,
Mohk Homkbkkkbks. Lat Mon
day evening a party of ix more per
wM from Ht. Paul, Nebraska, arrived
ir our town and will no doubt find
Mine In our county. They are O, M.
elch and mother, Ernent Force, MIh
he! Force, W, H. Rhone And Henry
rmllle. They are friend ana rem-
ivch or H. w neeiey 01 nem muo-
ridunce, tnd bIho frlenn of A. R.
orrill, a recent addition to our towu,
nw.Rw Hpelmno. One or our
grocer received an order the other day
ir,,m a nnstomer and among other
Items wa , "cofloe." Now the word
won Bpeltedw) as to be readable arid
yet not a single one of the tetter in
coffee wa ued. Will aome of our
reader tell Um how be spelled, H?
partial ly recovered from hi attack of
typhoid fever, cam up from Halem
ou the Altona Haturday evening and
waa the the guest of the editor of thl
paper until Tuesday, wheu he returned
to Huleiu hi be prewent at the opening
of the vote ou new text book.
The following person took the Alice
A for Halem lust Haturday: Jerome
Dorueifo, Ralph Toil row of ludciwu
deuce; MUnh Alice Hmlth and Iter
n lo li. Cameron, of Monmouth; Mr, aud
Mr. Wm. Mudlaon, of Itoeeburg; J.
W. McCulloch, Huleiu; Mia Jeasle
The Mubscrlptlou list of the Wkmt
Hihk la growing rapidly these day,
and we might auy, beyond our exMto
Utiou. Rut the Niople know a live
paper wheu they see It, aiid the Svxx
Hunt Isjust that kind. We are pleased
to receive thl patronage.
Mia Florence Alexander and Letlle
Masterwou returned to mcIkmi! at Mc-
Minnvlllu lust Monday, and Mia
Lottie Robertttou, of i'ortlund, return
el home lust Monday after ittiidlng
the holldity with heralsuir, Mrs. W, II.
Craven, In thl city.
A Frank Fletcher who watt purdotied
out of the penitentiary sometime ago,
I lu a fulr way to be reinstated lu Hint
institution, iiegot uruuK uuu snot a
man lu the knee at liunkot mountain
lu Uiuutlllu county. He should be
returned to the "pen."
Mr. D. II. Craven, of Independence,
hit been standing Chrlstmiui with her
sister, Mr. Juine Allison, of Hlmpsoh
uddilloii. Mr. Craven 1 the wife of
Mr. Craven, the Iudciicndouce phot-
ogiaiher.--The Huleiu l'ud.
The Corvulll Tinuuy that- Judge
Fullcrton ehould couflrm the sale of
the Oregon I'uciflc, and that the new
compuny will work for the bet' Inter-
cut of ull coucerued lu their manage-
two year, New York city ha a mayor
uot of duiuocralio faith.
Wilbur Mulkey, who baa beeu touch-
lug la Yamhill oouuty, arrived tu
towu hut week and will aojourn with
hi brother, Dr. M. A. Mulkey, durlug
If you doalrea luxurious growth of
healthy hair of natural color, nature
orowulogoruamoutof both aexe, use
only Hall' Vegetable HUillau Hair
The billiard parlor of V. C. l'attenruu
I Just thepluoe to Mud an evening
of I. Isure. lie sure aud aample hi
tine cigar ami ooufuctionery while
NextBaturdiiy ovenlug a O. A. R,
Poet hi to be organized in 1 ndepeudeiice
and a Lutlle Relief Corps. The meet
ing will be held In the Odd Fellow
Miss Dorelle Hhevl aud Laura
Wltlteman, of Rueua Vista, are lin
proving lu health and the latter will
soon return to school at Huleiu,
Mr. aud Mr. M. L. Dorrls will break
up house keeping here aud Mrs. Dorrls
Intends visiting with her mother at
McMlnuvllle fur several wwk.
Homer Lodge No. 45, K. of P. will
hold a special meeting thl (Frlduy)
evening, jau. tin. au member re-
queeted to be present.
Mr. J, R. Robertson aud dniigliter
Muliel, of Huleiu, who were visiting
friend here on Huuday, relumed Mon
Messrs. 11. Anderson and Eddie
lllmchliurg "took lu'' the dunce at
McMlnuvllle TucMdny night. They
say It wa all right.
Clarence Irvine cume from MoMlnn
vllle on Monday having spent the
boliduy with hi parent at thut place,
Mr. K.J. Laiioiuitor, mother of Mr.
L T. Price, went to Portluud Tuceduy to
mcut of the road.
Wednesday night of hint week Forest vMt llurou J & Lancaetor.
Finch was glveu a eurprlso purty by . C. O. Orove, of Dullas, will open
hi young friend at tlio home of hi livery stable next week In the Jasper
father H. C. Finch at which some on building ou Railroad street
thirty friettd uHNenibled aud passed a
MIhh Nellie Lemmou returned to
MoMltinvlllo lust Wednesday where
hIio ih attending school after ploasaiitly
apendiug holidays with her parent
near Monmouth aud with friend lu
thl city. ,
Clover Leaf Rcbekah Lodge I. O, O.
F. will soon install ollicer a follow:
Mr. J. II, Alexander, N. O; Mr. E.
T. Henkle, V. O; Mr: F. P, Myer,
secretary ; Mr. O . W . Reed , treasu rer.
MIh Fannie Maun, who 1 teaching
at McMlnuvllle, cume up aud spent
the Jiolldays with parents who live
near tho Eola hill.
Quite a number of our people atten
ded the Baptist association which con
vened at Monmouth Frlduy, Huturduy
MIh Cora Snell, who I teaching at
McCoy, is spending the holiday with
ler aunt Mrs. W. P, Connoway,
The Misws Ora Hpangler apd Anna
Humuclg, of Corvallln, were the guests
of friends in this city lost week, "
Covenant meeting at the Baptist
church next Haturday afternoon.
The Portland football team defeated
the Port TowiiHcnd eleven 28 toO at
Portland Tuesday afternoon.
Rev. Gillespie, pastor of the Prcsby-
terlau church at Dullas, pasMed through
town from Albany Buturduy,
E. N. Hall aud wife and niece Corrle
Hall, nf Buena Vista, went to Portland
last week returning Tuesday.
Mis -Nellie McMlllen returned Mon
day from her Christmas vacation with
her parents near Ballston,
. John Welsner, of McMiunvllle, spent
a few day last week with' hi frleud
Mr.'Anderson of ttils place.
Anew barber shop at Monmouth,
hulr cutting 16 cents, E. Case proprie
tor. All work first class.
Miss Lena Payne, of Balem, was the
gueMt of Dr. and Mr. S. A, Mulkey,
the first of the week. '
J, M. Prather, of Buena Vista, aud
W. E Williams, of Alrlie, were In
town last Monday, , .-
D. T. Stanley, formerly president of
the State Normal school, is now located
In New York city.
The meat markets In our city had a
Rising Hun, Indiana, Deo, 25, 1HD4.
Editor Wkht Hidr: I have Uwu
liiteiidiug to wrlto to the Want HiDk
ever since my arrival lu Indiana, which
aou tne 6th of lieeeiiibef, but have
beeu o busy going Irom place to phtoe
visiting relative aud friend that I
have just neglected iU I hud a Very
pleasant trip, traveilug from Jtakei
i'ity with au old geuilt-iuau aud hi
wife from 'lolctlo, Ohio. Word can
uutwaprea the grandeur of aoutu ol
the aoeuury 1 pwd, 1 made aix
dilfereut chaogua, llrat at 1'ortuuiU
wbvrel budu my mother and Mix
Miller farewell. 1 left I'orllaiid at 7 p.
ui. Friday evening. 1 arrived lu Ogdeu
Luhal7:lda. ut. puuday wiiete w
uliuuKed car aud gut our breuAfnot
navlug there at ti.JJ a. m. We cuaugeu
agalu at itawiiua, Wyoming, at ;lo
Auiulay nigUt. VMuii we reaoiivu
viieyeuiie at -!' a, ut. M outlay every
ttilug waacoVerea Willi snow aud still
suow lug. ArrivvU lu lieover, CoturaUo,
at VM a, ut. Mouduy aud hud lu Walt
Uiere several houra, wniie waiung
Uiere, I culled ou a ouualii Dr. li,
lilulr a promlueul puysidau at that
phw-w whom 1 uwi uot stwu lor eight or
blue year, aud apvul two very pleaauut
uour wuu ht Uiully I wife auU two
Uoauurul duugiiieraj Mi Denver
promptly at 12M p. m. arriving in
Kaus City at U u'ulock Tueeday evou-
lug had to wail tuer uuul tf p. tu. lion
eveuing arriving in fL loui at 7:4o a.
m, Wedueaday, Jiial bud Uiue lo
cltuuge ear aud I arrived at my ucaj
old home ai Aurora, Indiana al p.
m. Wedwduy, uiy tuiiieMu-iaw li.
F. Vaudergrilt Uieeltug meal Uie depot
with a horse and buggy to luae tu
out to hi home tu woe of Aurora'
suburbs, Tho weullie durlug ail uiv
trip aud since my arrival nu beeu
OoauiUul, until yeatei'Uuy, wheu It
rallied, but today 1 Just a prwity a
any Oregou weulUer. It doe uot twui
iiae Chrialmu a we geuerully Uav
uow auu ouid weallier, aud Uie holi
day display are not o great a formerly
1 presume it I owing to the striiigeucy
of the money uiarkot. Apple are
selling from M to 60 oeiiU per peck,
poUWH at 80 ceuU per busliet aud Very
small at tnut, urauge at aa cent m
ptvk and bauaiia at 10 aud 13 ceul per
iloxeu. 1 left Aurara and oaiue to
Itiaiug Hun, about eight mile to visit
my two half-sister December 13th, but
w ill go back U Aurora thl week to gut
oldest sou, who 1 Mpeudtog the hull
duy with hi grand parents, aud will
go from there to Ciucluuutl, Ohio, to
visit my husband's lur. aud from
there will go to iudlauopolls, ludiuna
to visit my .only brother aud by that
lime spring will be here.
Rev. Burtlou H. Rggs, of Halem
Oregon, 1 visiting au old class mute ol
hi here. Rev, Alva Houze, of the
Christian church, I huve not Neeu yet.
but will see him al the Christinas
entei tulumeut tonight. 1 shall al way
be glad a see anyone from Oregon as 1
huve had some very pleusuut times
tlier. Winning all a merry Christ
mas aud a hupiiy New Veur, I remulu
JillW. r ANNJH YANUKKUKirr
Tlw WaATHiiitc, the HViy Or.
Um and the Horn Guml, aim twbl
(ai; novelette, all for one year for f J 00
eas(i. Just think of thbelubbltig offer.
Fifty-two Issue of your home paper;
fifty-two of the OrryonUin; twelve of a
10-page story paper, and twenty onm
pifle abort siorle In b.k form, alt for ;
2,00, ;- ,
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdet
AsnnM (HA Atwtat MsiwIaMf CaV. Wa Crtac
- ' "t-
Tlie Wmkty Orrytmian And the Wkht
Hi nu one year for only 2.W.
Visitor Iw the edlmr lu? Ofllce
Roy-Nw; can I do anything for yer?
Vlaltor-Ob, It' nothing Important. I
Just called to pay my ubcrlptlou.
Office angel-Nathlti lnimrtautl An'
you waut to pay your subscription?
1 1 real heavens, man! Hit down and III
put the detective on the editor trail.
-Florida TVwie. (,
At tiilrindei,!t tn t -.
the close l biisinevs, tfmnuf .
' AAVt;iH, f -lwii
Overdraft!, iir"l and umwured,
lf. H. IUiuA Ut s!iir ulri'UlnUi.H.
t'rauilumaon If, H, Homls. 1,-,
HI' l, sei'UrlrtlfSi, 4Ui, ... .
liiikiti.liaw,niriiliiiriii flst're 4,1 k
I)u friim NsllimNl liHiiks (uot r....
MTvemti'iiUt '.,.-. vm 15
iraeiniiilHiiliBiiknilliikerBI - l,Wi sr,
Hi rrtini mnnivml rmurv u.m t tj
h'ka ami u her nuh lu-tiii. . f.i ,
nirtMiifoihsr Naiemitl Kuiik. 1m (u
rractkinsl iwiHir currently, nktfci,
utwryu Hoaav kkmkmvk is fau.,,,
pil I2JSV) .,.
Iteaiiipll.m fund ltli I), n ', ..
urer (4 per ciit of eireuf ulon)
(lapllul st'K'k paid hi... .
NatloiiHl bank bourn auUinuidlii
idei eroht. Im iiimiiiium .
Slili isira istlil .
Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder
World'! Pair Highest Aw.rd.
f.i.000 to liwu on real estate In small
amount, one year or lea. He Wit. LA ho
(I. Wkkiiit, Dallas, Oregon,
lliH.l. iiil" iiiiiwkI
I roll vlil unl rieiMwIla ul.iwttiiiibeek
firiiiuid e,ftin.miMM i .L.h.!,
ctiws! win inn reutswiuiiiod-..
, 4ittte wt
Ml fl on
.. J 1,2,-41 W
i m in
Wiuuty of I'olk, "
I. W, 11. Iluwlfv. ulilrr m (lis h.v
nuinml bank do oIimi.iiIv aM.r UmL thu
aisiv auismeiil la lru to the bwit of my
knowledge and is-lu-f.
w, ji. jiAWi,Er,CBhiir.
HulMerllied and sworn 1.. lM,m me IhU lb
day ni liewn br, WH. J, W. Kiski.aso,
uwiwfr-n.u.; noutry i'umih
J. H. CiHicrii,
W, W. Collins,
Mr, 8. jr. If "da
Do You Ever Have Bo!ls7
" ' M'sral r prior to lM. ther wa
kardly a day that I wa fr from bulla and
eUiar rapttim ol tba tki arulog (ran lapias
Wm of Bj blood. Ibegaalotkk Hood' Sat
upalil. and bafure I b4 fialakad Uw third
MU 1 round nmtf nUrl aured." a .
Byd. f Vaa Vir Byd, tUsl blat. O
iwg nmiaing, rraaao, CalUurala.
Mood'e Wit act aaally vt pronpllr t
fflnMuUi, a Urn lirvwii Duosls, itU,
Doublftil Heed alone. The best
sre My tu gat, and coat no
mora. Ak your UoHlcr for
Always Ik (Wat. Known
varysrlie,, Karrr1 lu
Aaaiaal fur I sua tali (lU
r wL now. ana wimu to uissu
i. m. rriricT tu., fj
Sjiet lal Hcliool Jleetiiif.
Noili is hereby gvn to the limrf votors of
K-'hool ln.trlct Nu, Will of Polk County, MUle
I of Ori-gon, that a Kprn-lal MeUng of said
dUlrin will be held at tli a.:liool building on
tliaiiith day ef January IsWj, at 7 3t), p. m. fur
the following object: for t)i purpose of
voting a aieittl tax lo pay the InUireat on
bond Slid bit the maliiteuauMi at a fnw
aohool Die remainder uf Uie school year,
AlUwt; J. 1. lMVliafC. J. U MrocKTOM.
I'UirU l Clerk. C J, of Uiree o.-s,
HIIATDOIS IT MEANl
Fact or He t Ion about,Twe (ireat
A newspaper paragraph denounce
a "faise" tne cluiui of baking (Hiwder
Refore a Full Head of Ktcum
Is gsthered by that tromeudoualy duslriio.
tlv euuliie, malaria, put ou the brakes with
Uostiittur' Hlmnitcli Ulltvrs, which will check
It jirogrvaa aud avert dlaiuitr. Chills and
bllhoua remittent, dumb ague and ague ouke
r promptly relieved and ultimately cured
by this genial specific, wlitou I alao a com,
probeiiklv fumlly mediulne, apuolully useful
lu ouae of dyspepsia, bllliimaiiosa, constipa
tion, sick heudache, norvousnuss, rlieuiiiHtism
and neuralgia. Against the hurtful ellinita of
uddun cliatige of t miiuriilurB, exposure lu
wot Weather, close, application to laborious
montu, pursuits, ana other lnmionoes pro.
Judlulnl to health, It Is a moat trustworthy
salt-guard, It fortlflu the ,yalem against
dlaeasea, promotes aivotlte and sloop, .and
hustoes oonvaluaoanoe after debilitating mid
Maud: They ought not to allow
marriages between cousins,
Marrle: Why not?
Maud: Because If you marry your
cousin, your own chlldrou are scarcely
related to you, They are only your
There is no place lu Oregou where a
better meat Is served than at the res
taurant of WeslacottA Irvine, 271 Com
mercial street, Balem. Meuls 25 cts.
Rocks l may have taken a little
more than was good for tne at times,
but I never was quite as fur gone a
Rounder was when lie culue iu the
Bangs Why, wtiat did he do?
Rocks -Lit a Roman candle to go to
bed by. New York World.
- Money to loan on improved ifartu
property, WiiiLARi) G, Wmoht,
eouijiuuv to au award al tliu World's
f air. Whom uau it meau?
trululy not Dr. Price'. Why?
Because, a the record sliow, Jr.
Price's exhitiiUHi, competed aud receiv
ed the hlglieol award, ootli at Chicago
aud the Culiforuia MidwiuUr Fair,
I'll award iu California included (.lold
Alvtlul. The olliclul examluerw pro
uouuuetl It the alrougii, Ui beet, Hie
uiOel Wliolesoiue audellltUoul of ail the
ouklug puwUer. 1 u title to coulldcuvu
Cuu II be the manufacturer of A
New York powUer, Uctittously labelled
"ubKilutely pure" who are making the
tuiae" ululm? Thut would be si range
indeed, ltiMmucii us limy were not
eveu cousidud lu the u wards.
Wa ll Ammonia iu Uie New York
powder thai preveuted it maker from
competing? lf not what?
Nolle 1 hereby given that all I'olk county
warrsula endoraad prior to the lat day o.
February, law, are payall on pr.wnui.H al
llieom.ef the trewau rer of Polk county
lalnatofl theaald warrant eeaaea from
dul of U,t nntim.
iwtedat Psllas, Polk county, Oregon, thl
till duy of January, isei,.
II. B. I'osma,
OR. JORDAN & CO.'S
GREAT MUSEUM OF ANATOMY
10 t Market ait,, San Francisco
(Between Uh and 7th Su.) .
0a and tarn hoar wmdorf utly jmj
an, SHule aod ho ti avoid ,.r,-a
' Jlm4K) of Bow vlila Aduito
alon . eta.
Private ortlre llvllOln
tO.M Market fctreet- Isaeaw, ol mm:
irvture, na ol naanboud, dlmM of the k,n
sad kklmya qiih kly vund ailhool the Uw at furr.
anauaait parsooally or by kucf. Acad
C Street Oaneelta tba PeetaffU.
J. C. SHOEMAKER, Proprietor.
A Hpecuit. mad of TrrrtUnd Ameti
Krultaand fiula, -
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
,J "mZ'IZu ""lr, tr mail or stag,
oriver, will receive pron,n attention.
Gel lour k
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY,
. Wafer Colors
Righest market price paid
for fat stock, beef, mutton, veal,
pork, etc All bills must be settled
OPEN SUNDAYS FROM 8 to 9
ita SdiTS7 io U1 part: of tin Cii.
G. L. HAWKINS,
, lYnprietor of
riielmliMx-ndmii-a Marble Worka. estimate
an all eeiiietwry work, Hi-at-clsi workman.
uip, luiot aeaigus, and lowest rlces.
BEDFORD -11 UUH ha.- At Rueua
Vista ou Tuesday, Jauuury 1, ItMi,
.Miss Kuiuia li. Hughes, was united
lu uiumugo to John R. Bedford, both
of Buenu Vista. Rev, tiiuilh, oi
The wedding w us al the home uf the
bride's pureuut C. Hughe at 1:'M p. tu.
'I'luwe preseut were Mr. aud Mrs. K. K.
Hull, Mr. and Mrs. J. ll. Williuuis, Mr.
und Mrs. Ueo. M. Laughlln, Mr. and
Mrs. U. A. Wells, sr., Mr. aud Mrs.
U. A. Wells, jr., Mr. aud Mr. N. E.
Tyler, Misses Alary and Doa'lle Hhlvcs,
James Hhlvee, Mark Brownsou, Ed.
Ty ler, und M las Currlu Hall The bride
was huiidsomely attired lu heliotrope
albutros aud silk Tlio newly wedded
couple will make their home on the
lurui, of Mr. Bedford, live miles south J
of Independence, . Miss Hughes Is a
charming girl aud will muke a model
wife. The Wkmt Hihk exleuds Its
MiSS SOPHIA OOFF
who hits lately returned
from Sun Francisco, is pre
pared to give her patrons
the benefit of a new system
Cull at her borne ou the
Corner of lvuilroud and C
MARTIN - COATS. December 30.
1HH Mr, Olundo Murtlu aud Miss
Loeiio R. Coals at the residence of
brides parents. J. D. Irviue, Justice
of the peace, emulating. Both of I'olk
couuty, Oregon. ,
LEMMON LE MMON' Last Mon
thly eveuing, IX)cember 31, 181)4,
(New Yeur eve) Mr. Albert J. Lem
mou and Miss Eldora Lemmou, of
thlsnlty were united In marriage at I
the residence of the bride's parents;
Rev. J, Fred Jenkins, ofllclutlng. V
Mr.. Loilimona and wife are well
known In our town as excellent young
people. The relatives and quite a num
ber of their friends attended the cere
mony. An eleuant supper was pre-
pai cd for the occasion. Mr. aud Mrs
Leminons will muke their home lu
this city The West Sidh wishes
them many happy New Years.
Ft If IAlfam.. '
til mm, Prep.
Horses Fed by the Day,
Week or Month.
Best of Attention Given
left in Charge,
Ml ad IMPfMfiCf
J. R. THUMftJUN, Prop.
light fnight mrritd on
Purcbaae made and delivered for a mI
lav e orders at hotel or poatofflt and Stag
III call lor pNaacngeni al their reaidenee In
leave Independenee every mornlug
Hunday eopted) at ;) . m., aud Kalem al
Will consult their best in
terest by purcuaamg their
SASH AI10 DOORS
of the reus)! oiauutaeturer, "
lodepeuueooe, Or., auomsr
or to ergiuou V au Aleer. '
bugar put aud oedar doors,
ail uea, on ouud.
P. H. McCABE.
P. H. McCABE S CO..
Proprietor of , ;
Independence Tile fzcbrj
Manufacturer of 1 ' .
of all all
Price to Suit th
OFFICE AND FACTORY
J OIIN! MU L.TC ll. 'Prop
REEF, PORK, Mar COS", ;vb.il
S A U S A G E.
Market laoti C street, near the ptolrliie.
PO RTE RFI ELD. Last Suuduy, Dec.
30, Arthur Marshal, the 14-month-old
son of Miles Portcrfield died of
'The funeral service was conducted at
tho" Baptist church by Rev, J. Fred
Jenkins, The buiiitl took place at
Buena Vista. ' .x
7 ..I -
If you use the Patalenja
Make money while
other re wsating
It.snd deacrlbta evrry
article needed lor tni
iwultrv buainea. ,
mechnnlcatly the best
kwheel. l'rett teat model.
IWe ere Pacific Coaat
rAeenta Bicycle cata-
on . tirtcm. etc.. aosnt wjUttko.
FETALUMA IKCVBATOR C0..PetaIam,Cat.
IlaaNCU liocsK, ji H Maiu St., LosAngete.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royt DsXfaz Powisr
J. R. COOPER
Of ludepeudeuce, having a steam
ongtue, a brick machine aud several
.teres of finest clay, is uow prepared
to keep ou baud a line quality ol
lirick, which will be sold at l-easou
ro-o 0-V O 0 O O 00 -o o o
0-0-00y.u0 ..o o o oo.
LEAVES IXDEPENDESCS. ..
Monday, ." . ' . V- 1
"aWedutday ' " .
- ." tnd ' ,' 'v
v v Friday.
' AT 6:30 A, M.
. ' Thursday . : ;
AT 6:00 A.