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3QDay Of tort Douty & Locko aro Giving 1 !Lb. Fronch Mixed Otiidy With Every Purchase ol tXb.bi:
)m PJ sr of Polk County. LOCAL AND PERSONAL
fTHE WEST SIDE.
A Nnhhahka 1.kttkh,A lady from
On Monday, March 'ih, iwtt, Mi. J I'hv O'Donnell hardware c-mpany
Sophie Bivy, mother of George llrey.iconl pi dc kiii er ding ft building
of thl Pity, tiled In Hnli'iii t ttu age of , smith of Mayor Hurley's property o-i
Monmouth handed us letter receive
from It It. Thompson, of Corvalll,
sst'KO by isoiirtwhn, secretary of the ub-relli
eouuultliv, from which we take a few
exlniet. 1 k M y diMi the u0'ntMHm
.rically exaggerate the bad condition of
p-npl thoiv. Wheat I 51) cent t
i'Ui.lifl, mru 50 cynt, mid oat 67 cent
(tui uml there U plenty tu keep tlit
vi w mnir. i-cepa-ii iioititug mm wiit In. Ill
uiliy-m'lUr 11HM fW.IHIU III III
mi l treasury, llio mtlele most acarc
money. 11 wutlkl seem u Mime
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Siniiit ln' w p" nr",tl 1 1 I ,,n, ihvoiy oi nwi ove
ii it m orcgon-, hj ik i iiu iiv,. nut t my ueett inemscivcs,
Jest Side Publishing Company
FRIDAY, APRILS, 1SW5
jrf.li hme.iad bread evsry morning
When you want a good meal, for 2i hut mv not charitable toward their
at go to Strong' restaurant, Vt!n. 'lng r their neighbors In
Irwin, proprietor, Haletu, ""'r ewe, wnnaiv ituminM
tf aim sometime thousand of mile
I Money loaned on Independence pro
yrty tbla month, by W. 0. Wright, of
I You can get receipt and note In pad
Money to ltn at 6 per cent, ly V.
kl. Wright, Dallas. U
A Poland-China sow and ten tdg
n ottered far sale by H Lane, of Rick'
Wall, Polk u uty , Oregon . Sit
Hay Fur Said.
BALKPCHKaT, AND OAT HAY, BUU.KY
eed tad Cheat eeed. For mI by
W. W. MOMUM,
Office fur Rent.
A Kv KxtUNK.Slnoe tint Alice
A. Iihii been laid ti for a few day In
Iut iliH'k puulun In the new U-horw
KitT viikiuv, ur mhiiiio tmve aevti
what a ureat ttinvviilencv It la to liav
a round trlj IhmI to tleiu each day
hvery dwy thU week kmiIo liuve
wanteil to travtd tu the llltlw ateaiucr.
Mr. Kklniier anya lie will U atik to
make the trip now from Hideui lu two
httura, and ntlity Um time, leavlnjj
that city u ut out) hour later than
heretofore, 'Along with the new
engine a tiew prodler la Mug nut
ntltutwl, which la about threvt-fourtha
larger tliau thw old one. The Alltv
lajunt whiit the traveling putillo have
needed fur many yearn and it ahuuld l
glveu every vtieouragciiteiit
SrilK PKOST RtK)M OKTltK WtCST KIPKI l'.AXTKIt Hkkvik. Kiinler Huiiiluy
oirt.lut, ho" n Main miwi, tuit- Ut the CoiigiVKatloiial eliim-h will Ite
tbltft.rarwllr lawytr. ow, , u .ii,r-. ....
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t,t i c.riiiii(, ui'irv; rtil IIHII. mere
tlwtrlo llIU rrrj rhrap, Knqulr at It
rH.VT BEAl'TlKfLtVUSEH U)T IN THE
MH-ond block wet uf Ui rrwbjrtrlan
rhureli, Uil 1, block Hlll't ml.HU.o
North J t-wl front, tBeuu-aja It mid al
one. Addma, M, Karah Utidtejr. IH
Grand Avenue, IVrtlaud. Orrgon. 4uai.lJ
ixTiiEiiHcrrrou'KT or thk btatk
of Utvgoo. Kor th. County of Polk.
Alkt Wikf r, lalutliT, va. Prvdrtck Walker.
To Frlrtok Walktr, d.feiidant, above
named, lit the name of the otalc of orrgun,
pii are hrrrbr tenulred to appvar and
aiiwrlhcoinlalut filed aiuUul you In
Hid above entitled euurt and annwer the
oimplaltit of the p.alnlifl nu flle thvfeln on
ur btUm tbe 1st day of th noxt regular
term of lh alio, en I II led omrl. after the
willataul llierary exercle ttnialsit.
IngiirreclmUoiix, alngmg and rtwpou
aive reailiiiga. rHvcral week' irtiara
ttou hitvelMt'U put on the programme
and llm EtiKter aervlee iromleea to
lx uulitie, lutfrttating and prolUal'le to
thiM who attond.
Kxct'iwioN to t iKKtinN fitv. Therr
were almut twt'tity-tive ith.iii who
wentouthtt Altotia from ihU ptmi'
iiiid Mon mi ui tu IiihI riundtiy. The
crowd liuit ISuutlay wan retried to lie
the liiiKt that Iimm ever Uvn hi Oregon
City, The iiiau went over the falU la
the tmrrvl, hut aa It wan tUlte late, the
Alton left for tlila pluce heforv the
balloon amviixlon. Tliorn1 going for ttie
trip rt'i;uil a ploiutaut ride and many
Hl'HNKO To I)KATII.-Kerdillllil
.vi.ln.tl.in lli al rt'k nuhllrailUin rtf
ihl .umnion. orovlded r Id the order of -Mc.Nally waa totinnHl In the Jail at
the Judge of the abova .Milled court herein. I I'rineville for tiolMteroua Colltluct Til'
artrr nient oned. being the Itr.t Uay of the
regular May term ISA of the abovt entitled
court and Iheaeoond Monday In May 1.45,
13th DAY Or MAY, 16
and yon are hereby nolirif d thai If you tail
to to appear or an.wer the complaint on
file the plalntllt wilt apply to the court (Or
the relief In aald cnup atitt demanded, to.
wlt:For the dUwIutlou ofthe bandnof mwrl-
niony between plalmllTand defendant and
for uch other relief a may eeem to the
i...t mnA .nltukl. Tl,la ..mm.ir.tt Im
Dubtuhed b virtue of an order by the Hon. ... ,-r-'
II. H. Hewitt, Judge of tha atxive entitled i"g oi uie atKintwi or j'io;nemr I, 1..
court duly made In chamber on the '7th I ('HniptHll at IlarrUhug InMt HatUrilay
lay ulifht, March Ittth, and Weduee
nay iiiorutng ao alurm or tire waa
MHindrd antl it waa found the Jail waa
luriilng. Ih-f.ire the fire company
could no etit'ctivt work the Jail waa
aliiHwt totafly tlttroyed. Tlie cliurrt d
remaiiiKof Mo Nally were ftiuml In the
einU'rn It la thought that McNullv
llretl the Jail hliimt-lf
day of March 1W6.
W. K. 0'IXlSKIt.L,
Attorney fur IMalnlllt.
ANY I'F.l'BON WANTINO TO BUY A
full-blooded Jeraey heifer calf, can obtain
the mine by applying lo J. H. Ilohnnnon,
IiidepeDdeliee. Oregon. If
evening the Alhany Hrrtthl makca the
following coinmont: "The eliMjm-nt
wlilrtw of the evening given by Prva,
CanipMI, of Monmouth, waa well
appreciated, aa waa ahown by the clone
attention of the almost overcrow tied
hoime. The prealdetit l alive to eluca
tloiml Intereata of the public ehoot.''
, NOTE BEARING THE DATE OK
December 9. IHDt, on two yearn' time. In
favor of (.'. K. itarrla to th. amount oftWi 40
Hald note l algned by W. II. HarrU.
Hunker, are warned not lo loan money on
aald not. Return lo Wot Hioa oftlt,
XOTICE iS HERKBY OIVESTTHAT FOll
the Dunxiae of making an examination of
all peniona who may offrr themaelvea an
candldHtea for teai-heri of the aebcota of
Polk county, tbe acbonl uperlntendenl
thereof will bold a public examination In
the court bouae at Dalian, beginning at I p.
m. Wednenday, May 8, IH. Oraduatea of
chartered Inatltutlona dcnlrlng to eure
utale diploma, and all person entitled to
and wishing to necure alate certificate,
atate dlplomaa, or life diploma, will plcane
prcM-nl themxelvea al tbe tame time and
place for examination.
T. 0. HTTCHINBON,
School Hupt., of Polk county, Oregon.
An Awful Accident.
Aapan of horses lielonglng to Mr.
C. B, Durbin, met death hint Tueadny
in a very xingular manner. Chur.ey
and George L)odd were up on the
plateau, about two mi leu went of the
Meadow Lawn farm, cottlng down
Juniper treea, hauliug them to the edge
of the steep bunk and dumping them
over, so that the wood could be pro
cured from the canyon lieneath. In
hauling a large tree up to the dumping
place, the team got a little too clone to
the edire. and over went hoMfn. treefc
and all, over a precipice nearly 300 feet AH""H were t",'y troyd. The
' 1 I I will fUUl 1 I .1 0 .
In iielchth When the tr. alnrtl to WB" n",,ul- i-V""' "0
Hkai.th Xo IlKrrKH.-l'eter Kurre
Jr tell un that hla brother John, u ho
went to Hun Iueo, Califoruiit, aome
time ngo for hla lu-ulth, in not Improv
ing any and will pnibably return home
In a tihort time. John Kurre ay
i line are bird down there and that
irii-i lire high on everything
Mkkc Hants MoviNd Tlila week
F. K. (!liiiml'ra moved hla hard
ware "lock to the Itiwndorf brick
which wa rei-ently occupied by E H
Herg'e furniture good. Mr, Ilerg haa
removed to the building opiKiMlte the
Little Nola Owena' returned home
Tneaday from a viidt wit It her grand
father, Wm. Mackay, at ('orviilllH, and
waa accompanied hv her mint. Mica
Ketle Miiekny, who will upend wwral
diiyn in the city with her ulster, Mr.
From the way It rained here laat
VVediKwIiiy one would think that the
dixtienwr of tnat article hud forgotten
when t lie Mnrcli weather Hlmuld have
come and rut her than do without It
hud sent the wind and rain In April.
The Iiuenii VlMta drema company
ahould lirlng their play to tlilx place
and hIiow to rur people here, Their
acting wa very oredliuble and they
would nodouht coinuiatid a large houe
if they Blmultl tome to our city.
There wan a lire at Myrtle Creek,
Douglas county, March 2Hlh in which
the general mcridifindlite tock of Me-
roll, the horwa atruggled frantically to
free t Lemuel ves from the death trap,
fcut It availed nothing. When they
ame to tbe edge of the Bleep precipice
they both reared high In the air. and
Laat Monday Henry Palteraon, Will
Cook, Harley Alexander and M. P.
Baldwin went Unhlng on Mux Held
creek In Klnga Valley. They matle a
fell over backward", falling about 150 c-atch of 151 HmIi, f.ut might have caught
feet before atrlklDg tlie bowlders Will Cook'a new realdenw In rapidly
beneath, and then rolled about ISO feet making an Improving apiearance In
farther, into the canyon. The scene our city, (J. Tj. Ilawkln'a realdet)(
was an awful one to the two men who wid aUosoon have theflnmhlng touches
witneaHed It, and when they reached the put on, ,
canvon ihev found tbe noor hrutea
almost smashed, and hardly an un
broken mine In their bodies. It was
Mr. Durbin's best team, and he would
not have taken $300 Id cash for it.
The Ladies' Ha.ar, of Salem, has
just opened out the finest display of
spring millinery ever offered In Balem,
direct from the Eastern markets.
Everything new and stylish, at prices is to be found with T
Mr. and Mrs. J, R, Conner and Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Connaway attended the
funeral of Miss Anna Hatch at McCoy
Ira 8. Hmith arid wife returned last
Saturday from a visit with Judge I),
M, Hmlth and family, of Portland.
more If the weather had been more
favorable, us it rained most all the
time. They returned Tuesday,
It. A, Fuller closed out his black
smith Mhop at this place this week and
2-5 tier cent lower than you can buy
elsewhere, Hullors 12 cents each.
full nrA (r,ut-m.t sim ilur.1f.tf T.Uflff'kl'
u aim mny;jv wui j injij 4imt.wi
Bazar (D. W. Fraser&Co.) 2fll Com
mercial street, Salem. 2t
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal faking Powder
ttifrior to !! otbtn,
Robt. Donovan, the affable traveling
salesman of Zan Brothers, Portland,
was In the city luat Haturday,
J. W, Htorms. principal of the Huena
Vista public gchool, was in town last
Saturday doing wnne trading.
Wonder what the fellow thinks who
said about two months ago that we
were gotng to bf,ve drouth?
aeventy-thre year of eongcatloii of
the lungs, and on Hut in day, March tin,
isofl, Ins sister, Kruealliu llivy, tiled al
the age of forty yearn, 8he hud la-en
In ptHir health fr aome time Mr.
Rrey'g mother waa hurled on Timra.
dy, March '.Mh and hiaaUtcr on laat
Monday In the I. O. O, F. e.'itiHory
near Salem, It la a hard blow lo have
two loved tinea depart In such a short
One ol the beat known farmers In
tlraut county went to The Dulles one
day recently aud stopping hla leant n
lltettreet, saw a phonograph for the
llrst time, lie was (old to drop a
ulckel lit the slot and he would gel hi
money' worth. The. farmer a little
luhloiwaa to the r'illt( put the tula
to hla ear ami after Uitcnlug a msmioI,
tlmpiaal them with the eiielunmtlon,
"Urcat (loeht Here comes bra band
and I left them horse unhitched."
The close season for trout expired
last Humlay and quite a iiuiiiIh r of the
kulghtaof the rtal tiled thcttiaetvi t
the mountain at renin to try their
luck for the siiecklcd Uiiutle. Not
very good fishing was retried us-the
stream are rather high mid too col
for the tinny lrll to bile well. A
voti a they will rise for the tie then
the sport w ill begin in eiirtnat.
Moat every uay thre are Severn
'hlldren of scliiml go In our city, who
lo not attend achd aud ccm to have
to particular via-nt Ion except t nwiii
the street at will. These children are
Irawlngschtsd money Hint In Jullce
to the taxpayer they should go to
chonl where they may learn to ! of
Tliere came near Jsdiig n serious fire
at the proisTty ot Mr John Lady on
Tuesday The smoke limine hi whirl
Wm Savage I smoking a large iiian
tlty of Ucoii caught fire, ami but for
It timely discovery would have Imsmi
the caintc of burning several building
nearby. Mr Savage had about "no
sniutls of bacon pretty badly scorched
Sirs. Sarah T. tillllum, of Hear
UrlilgeiHirt, wife of A.J. Cilllaiu, who
lied a few year ago, departed tbb life
on Wednesday, March 27, Mr.
sod Mrs, (iillliun were iiiitnlgrniils
froHi MIsoiirl in 1M7, Mr. (Illllam
wa IovimI by all tier anpiNltitaticc
ami leave (en grown children lo
mourn her departure.
in nop yarn in inn county are De
ng put In IIiM-cIkx order nut) iiiilica
mil are favorable for a large yield
this full If the price should come up
ao that AO cent r lx can tw paid for
it-king, thl Country w ill have a large
amount of money put in circulation,
w hlrh will greatly promote hushics
The proclamation of I lie presldrnt
lining up the HlleU Indian rrserva
ion a lie initiln u a few day. The
agreement with the Hlletit provlites fr
be cchmIoii of all their unallotUHl lamls,
he total Cvdtd territory covering 17H,-
IKK) icre. The t!oiiiS'iisation paid by
tbe government waa f loo.OtiO,
P. C, Patterson left on Wednesday
for Salem to aotrpt a sslllon with
the Sluts Insurance Company of that
place, Xarrlus Patterson will take
barge of the confectionery store here
In first-class shai'. P, C. Patterson Is a
rustler and will give -t(M satlsfat
tlon In his new capacity.
F. J Slanton w as apMiiutcl deputy
acor aud sUrt.sl ttsbiy on a tour to
the Jordan Valley district. Prof. Stan
ton holds a life diploma from tlie
Oregon State Normal choo at Mon
mouth, Oregon, ami U ail eftlrleiit
teacher and bi.ik-k"eK'r, Malheur
II. J. Ois-tman I still bully engng-
ed fixing for the manufacture of soap.
He has received one dirge kettle and
the oilier will tie here In a.short time
Mr (tat.man Is going to have things
In complete running order before com
('. Lawrence, north of Monmouth, I
putting in several tlioiixaiid reel or tile
on his farm. This drainage makes a
(treat amount of Improvement on his
farm, ami make It possible to utilize
his whole place to much advantage.
The Oregon conference of the United
Kvangidlcal church meets In East
Portland thl week; Itlshop Slatifoid
III preside. Thl conference Is com
posed of twenty ministers representing
over UKHI members in this stale.
Mrs, Klla Htockatill, who has been
visiting friends In town for lew days,
went from here to Portland lust Friday
morning ami from there will go to
Eastern Oregon to make a visit with
The Hoppner fA7feays horses are
not being fed to hogs In Monow
county. It seem cruel that such a
sensible animal as a horse should be
condemned to such a fate.
Nlcholu Steele, of the Lueklttmuto
country, was In town visiting his
daughter, Mrs. Diigley, who has been
quite ill. He says she Is improving
Whiskers that are prematurely gmy
or faded shou hi be colored to prevent
the look of age, an t Buckingham'
Dye cxcells nil others In coloring brown
Just . reinetnlwr t hat the Job printers
In the West Hum olllce are as good as
the county affords, and they will do
woik as cheaply as any pluce In the
The Olwrrver at Dallas keeps hnm
merlng away on that woolen mill
trying to get It to running. Possibly
they will gut It to atart up one of these
Mrs. Narclssa White Kinney, Htwte
President of the W, C. T. U., will
lecture In Hie Christian church hereon
this (Friday) evening at 7 :.'i0 p, tn.
The Junior dancing club had great
sport tripping the light fantastic on
Thursday evening, the 'Mb. There
were about thirty couples present.
11. Rest, of Monmouth, received a
large number of prune trees one day
last week and Is going to start a gootl
slued prune orchard on his place.
W. E. Dunn, a traveling man, wits
In the city with his wife this week.
Mrs. Dunn was the guest of Mrs. M , L,
Dorri for a few days.
Mis Pearl Cooper, who In attending
tbe state university at Eugene, la
down visiting her father J. 8 Cooper,
for a few daya.
Alain street, for the location of thflr
hiinliie. We understand that several
car toad of good have already left the
F.at for the new store.
Little Jesle Ford who m lvn ill
very long, had au hIm-cs forming In lit
lungs ami Thursday the physician
here isTforuied a surgical operation
and Inserted a tuba for the pua to ea.
eiio, The little fellow I now resting
Joe Hubbard I going to set out four
more acre o? hop at lit yard on the
(leo. Whiteaker place. He ha alreudy
twelve era and with thl addition
will hav enough to keep one dryer
Ml Kill Hi Kerns, of Kugeue,
nleeenfMr, I Chiggelt, spent a few
d tv In this city while ou her way to
attend the F.pworlh lengue eonveie
tlon at Dnlhi.
Knox, the grocer, I tbtlly lu receipt
of early vegetables, noli a lettuce, pie
plant, cuullltower, ete. Sjwsk for what
yoil want, a they are soon gone.
The Alice A. will make her llrst trip
either bslav (Friday) or Saturday.
She will have everything lu readiness
by that time.
Frank Luea took Hwealtin of the
tlmustort) at Monmouth, and I now
o iterliig hi the want of hi customer
Mr.T,J, Iee leturned lt Friday
from a two week' visit In Portland,
Mr. W. W. IVrelval.of thl plain,
Ini hv at Dallaa visiting Iter mother
wlio ha loe n 111 there.
Nlehola Tartar, the wellderof the
rule In Fecdoe illtrlct, wa taking In
the town laat Saturday,
J. A. Mill and family moved thl
week to the Van Orsdel houae near the
Roy, or man wanted to carry and
, ...... i. ii .
ell Imi r in i niiepeiiueiice. tan at
Wixr Si ok nine.
Itev. O, Ii. Whtluiore will eominenco
I cbil meetings at Rickreall on Tues-
lay, April Kith.
The fa' her of F. E. Chamber, of
Kugeue, Is swilstliig him In the hard
ware i tore here. -
W. W. Perclval made another ship
incut of .'ton sheep to Portland
I tt Monday.
Ml Untie Hedge 1 reported to
l very low, bul ptmslbly lo be Improv
ng a little.
J. M. Vantbiytt went to Portland
last Saturday and returned the first of
A new are tight wa put up on
F.itnth street near the motor line last
Orrl Rots-rtiMiu came down from the
itute university 'or a short visit thl
Mr John Vaughn, of, Rickreall,
trrlved In tbe city on Thursday'! up
Sis-rllng Urol her expect lo move
nto their new brick building next
Ed. Clodfeller went lo Portland ou
liUNluess lust Tuesday to begone several
ainltiyu, eneNiA Mleox liave a
list of attractive prices In thl week'
Rev, J, It, Raid win will preach In
the Rnptlst church at Halcm next Hun
Dr, McCatlou, one of the physician,
if Dallas, was lu the clth last Friday.
Will ThlelMiti aud Jim Hlmoutoii, of
Rickreall, were lu town Is' Monday.
Ml Lunra Collin, of Stiver, wa
the guest of Mr. Clare Irvine recently.
Mark Rurcli, the Illckreall mer
chant, was In town last Wednesday.
TheU'.C.T. U. Polk county con-
vei.tloti meet Friday and Haturday
J. D. Irvine commenced nsseaslng
Independent pre:liict this week,
V, A.Carter, of Weils, wa doing
business here lust Tuesday.
Onion set can be bought at Knox's,
four pound for " cent.
i)r. Price's Cream Baking Powdei
twinbd GoUl Mnljl MslwiMer Pair. Sin Fnncuc
lATt'll.-Last Friday, March 29, iHltt,
at the home of her parents, Hon, E,
T. Hutch and wife lu McCoy, Mis
Anna Hatch died at the age of It)
years aud four mouths.
Tne funeral took place from the Pre-
ivtcrlau church at McCoy and was
iiidiiclec by Rev, Robinson, of en a.
There wus a large concourse of Mentis
present from the Immediate vicinity,
icsldcs many from Halcm, Dallas and
this place. The remains were Interred
n the Itcthcl cemetery.
MIhs Hatch was a very accomplished
and Is'iiutlful young woman, and well
thought of by all of her acquaintances.
Shu was a zealous worker In the church
and always foremost in a good cause.
She was III only a few daya and her
sudden demise waeifn awful shock to
icr relatives and friends, all of whom
(Hiked for a life of much promise from
the gifted young lady The relatives
mve tlie true sympathies of their many
CAMPR10LL. On Haturday, March
at), 189), Fred, the six-year old eon of
Orif Campbell, died In this city.
The funeral was preached at the
Prcshytcrlun church at one p. m , by
Itev, Ualdwln. The remains were
Interred in the I, O. O. F. cemetery,
K KTC 1 1 U M 8 A VAO E. On - Thurs
day, Match 28, 1805, Dr. E. L.
Kotchum, of this city, and Miss Alice
M. Huviige, of Haletu, were married
at the homo of Miss Huvagc's brother,
W, N. Savage, of that city, Rev. J.
Fred Jenkins performing the cere
mony. After the ceremony the guests were
served with a sumptuous wedding
dinner. Only a few relatives and
friends of the happy couple were
present. Several very handsome aud
tiHcful piesenls were bestowed upon
the tloiitor uud his estimable bride.
Along with their numerous friends
the Wit HnM extends hearty congratulations,
Covenant meeting tat the Baptist
church next Haturday.
J. A. Vus took a trip to Portland
tin Drat of tbe week.
Hear that baa solo by Kovellui
The Novelkie will make you laugh
F, A, Douty wna doing buliie In
Halcm last week.
Hi Frog Chorui by Novellm, Hatur
Novelloa at the opera house, Satur
Alarm clock; 00 cent! at Kramer'
Dallas City Election.
At the city election In Dallas the
vote waa not no large a might liavt
been a the weather waa cold, stormy
and dlegreeh!e an tlay, There were
only 230 votes cast which were divided
among the several candidate as fol
W. L. Well, rep 102
A. II. Mulr, dem , 87
AUDITOR AND I'Ol.K S Jt'liOH
D. P. HloufTer, rep 180
J. P. Magruder, dent 100
J M. Grant, dem 160
AL Dray, rep 80
Cha. lilacs, dem ,41
K. Cad well, rep 41
I. N. Wood, no Opposition
It It. Turner, dem , 2D
H J, Coat, rep Rft
The tie between Mr. Ulsek and Mr,
Cad well will be decided by the council
In the usual manner of casting lots.
tr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Tbe pitstpeet of relief from Area tic cathartic
Air perwma troubled with euuMlpsUoa m
poor Ind. d. True they aei uin the buwel.
but thta they do with vloleno, aud their
operation tend to weaken the lnlmllne,nd
I prejudicial to th stomach. Iloelettor't
suimwh Itinera la an efteetual laiaUvv, bul
It never gripe Bar enfeeble. Furthermore
It pmntote dlgeellna and a regular action of
th liver and th kidney, II It an tnvienl
hairier again,! and rmily Sir malarial ennw
plaints and rheamallam, and Is of great
benefit to th weak, nervoui and aged. A a
medicinal ttlmutanl II ma not be urped.
I'hyaleUnt eorduUly recommend It, and It
prufiaalonal indoraement la fully born out
by popular experlenc. Appelll. end tleep
re both Improved by thl agreeable lb vigor,
ant and 'teratlve.
( owed; at lluena Vista.
On hut Tucwday evening the young
people of lluena Vista retilered the
luterratlng comedy. "The Spy of
( lettyatiurg" to a crowded houae lu the
hall In lluena VUta, The Alton took
aome thirty persons from Indepen
dence, Including the bras band. It
wa pouring down rain when tbe boat
came lo, and quite a number who In
tended going, barked out. Tliere la no
doubt, but that at least seventy-five
would have gone from here had tbe
weather been pleasant.
Upon arrival al the town of lluena
Vlata a clstuls'r wa made up the white
clay bank from the boat and the marks
OFFICIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT WR.odr OF FOLK COUiiiV
APRIL 1, 1895,
DiRROToR, S Ym. Director, 3 Yh. Director, 1 Yb. P,0.o Cum
3. N. Hkalfe. '
J. H, Ashbaugb,
0. W. Myers,
O. W. Dyk.tra,
D. W. Lewis,
J, It Bhepard,'
J. II Loagoor,
J a. Grant,
J. J. Davis,
J. II. Burns,
D. O. Branson,
W.W.BUicklon, N. F. Gregg,
J. O. Hears, J, B. Constable,
D. M. Calbreatb, Jas. Hclmlck,
0. A Wolver'on, W. Wood worth,
J.J. IHgglns, 11. H. PortwotsJ,
II. T.Graves, T-N.0rve.
1. II. Ingrain, W.M.Corkle,
J. 8. Btaats,
P. C. Hear.
J. M. Wise,
P. L. Fraxler,
J. W. Rogers,
J. B. HcrafTord,
J. D. Irvine,
J. E. Phillips, . 1
I). P. fJtouffer,
W. P. Putnsro,
W. E. Conner,
J. D. Smith,
I). B, Klassen,
A. II. Collins,
O, P. Grsve,
C. E. Htaats,
Jacob Pen tier,
C. Iwrenoe, Mon
J. D. Kelly,
A Lumsden, Ciowley.
John Crowley, Alrlle.
P. L. Keyt,
E. Chamberlain, Mon.
A. J. Whiteaker, Harvey Guthrie, Rick.
Jaa. Shepherd, Geo Porter,
Ii. T. Bisithby,
8. A. Davis,
Andrew Veroler, John Morris,
G. W. Chspman, J. H. Fletcher,
M. N. Prather, 0. A. Well,
M. Mlchaelbns.k, IL B. Junes,
F. G. MoLeocb, A.F. Blmpklns, Wb'nd. Tho. Jennings, Zona.
Jaa. Dykes, G. W. Porter, Jaa. McDowell,
E. N. Branson,
J. L. Burns,
O. York, Salem.
II. M. Brown,
D, 0. Henry, '
W. L, Frluk,
J. A. Wltbrow,
J. J. Ruasell,
J. E. ItliiMlee,
W. E. William.
W. E, Wann,
It. C. Remmlnirton.
John Fawk, Rickreall. John White, Crowlev. kir.kJ.ii
JunluWsrd, T. O. Bevens. ki v.'ti
j. ji. rmuuHry,
J. W. Hlltebrand,
B. F, Whiteaker,
C. If. Hussey,
IL C. Fox,
John Burn, Lewlsvlile. Ja. Tethrow,
O. W. Hhlun, .
J. L. Stockton,
B. F. Owen, Dallas.
T. W. Wann,
It. C. BUkely,
J. A. Hsnnum,
O. II. Cobb,
J. W. Cad well.
It. A. Flannery,
W. B Duncan, Zena.
J. W. Paul,
E. F. Sargent,
C. N. Tharp,
C. H, Hmlth, La'svllle. Monmouth
J . II. Kin met,
A. L, Head nek,
F. M. Cadwell,
A. J. Wilson,
W. II. Coulee,
A. H. Coyle,
L. O, Klnsey,
Halem. ' ,
J. W. Allen,
Paul Fundmao, J, Hchallar,
Cm Rlggs, M. F. White, Rickreall. Selh Rlggs,
T.McTlmmond, J. B. Hart, Dallas. John Walters,
I, A.Allan, L Martin,
J. W. Yost, Thomas A. Yost,
E.A. IIoklnsnn, Robt. Clark,
Mr. A. Bowles, H 0. Zumwatt,
N. Garwood, E. J. Reynold,
W. Dent, W. Y. Martin,
C. O. Merrltt, J. C. Fletcher,
Henry Lawyer, Mr. Minnie Mack,
Albert Teal, J.H.Dunn,
J. H. Douglas, W.A. Ayers,
A. IL Dodd, J. B. Montgomery,
N. Woodward, Jasper Luper,
W.aBeunet, F. F.Toote,
Frank Butler, K. Wolfe,
J.H.Burgeaa, T. F. Burge,
E.T. Morrison, Bal'ton. Perrydak
C. E. McLean, Huver.
Ja. Wooden, Wlllamlna.
J.P. Holman, McCoy. Crowley.
H. C, McTlmmoud. Lewiavltu
I. M. Roberteon.
A. M. Kaw, IewUvllle. M. P, Christian, Lew. Kings Valley
J. IL Hampton, Jr. Wm.Herreo, Monmouth. '
Gerhardt Rem pie,
J. It. Sears,
D. M. Gutbrle.
A. IL Simpson,
O. W. Gardener,
L. II. Lewis,
E. T. Hatch,
J. F. Guthrie,
J. B. Teal,
B. H. Peasner,
II. H. Btarr,
J. R, Bobbins,
CL A. Height,
I. a Wllk.
some of the wcll-dreed excumlonlst,
which was very plainly vleable when
It became dry. The hall was crowded,
about 200 being preaeot. Tbe Improvis
ed stage was very Uwtily gotten up,
and the programme was carried out
without any apparent bitch. Tlie
Independence brass baud gave several
election. Prof. Htorms read the riot
act to some of the unruly boy In the
back part of the house, and after that the
very beet of order was maintained.
had tbe leading parts In the play and
were well up In their lines, aud were
charming In their rendition of the
characters, of Msbel Merldith" and
"Lottie Evans." Dee Hall,a"tbe black
sheep of a noble family," and Ira Nash
as "the old negro servant," were very
proficient In their part. Whenever
Mr. Nsh came on the stage be produc
ed a roar of laughter and bis negro
dialect was excellent. The character
assumed by tbe other members of the
acting much above the average of ama
teurs. Miss Lenora Prather haa a
sweet voice and sang two solos which
were well rendered. On account of the
lateness of the hour the visitors were
unable to remain to the social which
was given after the preformance which
was no doubt an enjoyable affair. It
was Just midnight when tbe excurs
ionists arrived at Independence. The
trip up the river and back was enliv
ened by music of the band so that the
of the clsy were left on the clothes of The Mlsee Addle and Lenora Prather compauy were well sustained and tbe time seemed short going and coming.
Having lately purchased the Bankrupt Stock in this city,
1 am prepared to sell Hardware CHEAPER than any firm in
Gall? and be Convinced
At wholesale prices.
At less than wholesale prices.
I have come to make my home with you and will soon have a fully assorted stock, and
at prices to suit the times. A share of your patronage is solicited, and will be appreciated.
F. E. CHAMBERS,
Corner of Main and C streets, Opposite First National Bank.