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To svt at rvst ny lilla rumors about
the W't tftDK Ih-Iiir about to be sold
or to change hand, we hereby an
uouuce that this ?r will eoutimir,
as far as we kuow, urvler it present
ownership for the next tweuty-flve
years, and will make its weekly visits
Just m ofteu aud will rcelve Just a
warm a welcome In the fu'uro an it has
in the pattl. There are persona who
have circulated ruiuora to the contrary,
but they are Dot authoriied lu any way
to speak for us.
Birnjer Herman, who U a half
popullat-republittMi occupying the posi
tion of repreeeutative of Orvgou at
Washington, thinks he ha a mortal
cinch ou the republican party, aud
that if he la not renominated will bolt
the party. Well, let Mr. Herman bolt.
The republican tarty la burdeued with
too many botwea already. Let Mr.
Hernial) atay at home aud there will
be one leea.
It la now in order to add the auto
cratic to the executive, legislative and
judicial branches ot the guverumeut,
and the addition, according to Comp
tiollerllowler, is the greatest of the
The sensational newspapers are giv
ing the Spanish minuter quite a lively
summer. He apparently believes every
cock and bull story he reads about
volunteers for Cuba.
WEN A VISTA.
To tht Parker correspondent: 1
dn't wan't to "hollow" down your
rain Urrel, or awing on the clothea
II ne In your back j aril any more, aud
we'll talk about Suvsr all we want too.
We tuteud to consolidate aoon and
have a row of business blocks four
If more of the young men of our
town would attend Hunday school and
some of the older neu also, it would
be a great eucourageiuent to the little
folks and would not lower the gvueral
Hue of soolei y, the least bit. Of course
we embrace the ladles also,
Constant reader of borrowed copy,
wants to know If a cowhorn Is suitable
for a llclle. It will do Con. If you do
not spell Hell with au 'V," but the
crying need of the present time la a
remedy to keep Hudaaway from Kosea,
We are pleased to be able to state
that tlramluia lironsou, who has been
very low for some tune Is greatly
Improved, This will be good news to
J. It. Williams, the druggist, and
ruuilly, left last week for Newport,
Horace Wells Is holding the fort dur
ing his hIwihv.
K8. Unigacre, wife and daughter
Anua, went to McMlnnvllle last
Saturday to le gone for some time,
Henry cVaton, a hop man of this
place and Monroe Kreuti, 'Weut to
Kd Murphv aud family, of Halem,
wre vialtlug frieuds and relatives here
K. N.Furgusonan Insurance agent,
of 8U,m, passed through town Mon
day. Mrs. Veneas, daughter, and Fred
were here last Sunday vWltlng.
Miss Maud Worley, of Btayton, was
the guest of her sister Huuday.
Altert Davidson and wife, were lu
the city Monday, trading
Harry requires and wife, of Aukeuy,
visited here Monday.
OaK'ole, of Portland, was lu town
Mrs. I. M. Prather has been quite
Mr. Sovereign has done several things
which did not indicate the possession
of a massive Intellect, but his nations
bank note boycott Is the silliest thing
be ever did.
Whatever the administration may
want, the people do not expect United
States officials to worry themselves
gray-headed looking for Cuban tllil-
If a pin had to be stuck Into the
democratic party for every political siu
It has committed the woild's supply
of pi us would have to be largely lo
The detectives have not yet fastened
the crime of abducting Charley Itoss
upon Holmes, the alleged multi-mu rder
but If given time they w ill probably do
The free traders are already showing
signs of their fear that the republicans
Will put wool buck ou the dutiable
list. But It will be done all the same
According to the administration
theory, the comptroller has tlx
authority to veto laws, while the presl
dent can only veto acts of congress.
It is the law of the Hawaiian Islands
that every person landing there mut
show the sum of $50 before being per
mitted to leave the steamer.
When there Is a dearth of news the
enterprising blankctsheet editor prints
the details of a terrific battle in Cuba
"Bub" Thurmau and "Gen." C'oxey
might pool their issues and organl.e a
boom for Carl Browne for president.
It is Immaterial what Mr. Cleveland
thinks about a third term; the people
will not have It for any man.
Cross-eyed silver editorials are a
specialty with lots of democratic papers
just now. They are conservative.
"Up In a balloon" is a favorite song
with the new head of the weather
Senator Better's new party has a total
membership of one.
One night when Mr. Isaac Iteese was
stop-ping with me, says M. F. Hatch,
a prominent merchant of Quarter
master, Washington, I heard him
groaning, On going to his room I
suffering from cramp colic. He was
in such agony I feared he would die.
1 hastily gave him a dose of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Itemedy. He was soon relieved and
the first words he uttered were, "what
was that stuff you gave me?" I in
formed him. A few daysa-o we were
talking about his attack and he said
he was never without that remedy
now. I have used It lu my family for
several years. I know its worth and
do not hesitate to recommend it to my
friends and customers. For sale by
Alexander-Cooper Drug Co.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdei
AwrM Gold Mdal MidwUir Fair. Sao FrantkcO. i
Threshing has coiuiueueed here now
and the grain promises a large y lei Id.
Mr. D. H. Yaoderpool has a seedling
apple tree from which be picked a
bushel of apples last fall which he has
now In their perfect state of preaurva
toln. They are of a reddish color.
Be v. C. R. Lamar, of Lebanon,
preached at tiie North Palestine Baptist
church last Hunday to a large congrega
tion. In the evening liev. C. H.
Mattoon delivered an able lecture ou
"The great tribulations before the end
I). Vsiidcrpool and Fred Lang took
In the nig foot race at Albany laat Huu
day Mweeu W. Itay of Woodburu
aud W. A. Trine, of Kugetie.
J. J. Carter aud James Davidson
have returned from the mines on the
Sautlam and report the prospect poor.
Wlllurd Cauthorn took In church at
Bueuu Vista laat Sunday night. Ah,
there! W 1 1 luni!
Fred Tumlinson will drive the patrol
wagon with Hecker, Ullston 4 Co.
Bidder lima, have completed their
new dam at their mill.
Misses Annie aud Ada Quick who
have been visiting their sister and
gathering black berries, in Washington
county, returned home Saturday,
Miss Mollie DeArmond who has
been quite sick is now able to be around
and Morris Allen and wife aud Miss
Ida Harierareon the sick list.
Most all the farmers have finished
cutting their grain and the busy hum
of the thresher can he heard telling us
harvest Is here again
Died: At Yaqulna City, Saturday
July 27th. Sophie Elgin aged 17 years.
Miss Elgin was a niece of Frank Klgin
of this place.
MImm Addle Brlstow, of Corvallls,
will organize a Young Peoples Chris
tian Kndeavorat this place Sunday.
The work of putting up the new
school bniie Is now go I rig on the aud car-
lnters ars boarding with F. Bowers.
The S. P. painters were doing some
work on the depot Tuesday.
Abel Uglow finds that he has wasted
three decades of his life in not having
a bicycle away back In the 60's. He
: ides rapidly, gracefully and much,
ile has enleied the turf, defeated Dr.
McCallon a month ago coming In
under the rope with hands down;. is
now in (ruining under the celebrated
wheelman B. E. Williams and will
niter for a three-mile stretch against
iny and allcomers, but hus particularly
lu view one Bassett, whose defeat he
will encompass as soon as he can get at
If you are over-fleshy a trip to the
coast and the exercise Incident to the
t rip and the stay wiil reduce your flesh.
If you are lean the same treatment
will bring you back to the valley ten or
fifteen pounds heavier than before. If
you are sick this treatment renders
you sound. If you are well and a trip
to the coast don't make a sick man of
you, luck has been with you.
Borne excellent road work Is being
lone on the Salt creek, Dallas road
this season. W. G. Campbell, J. A.
liaxter and others have taken hold of
this road with vigor and the county
court, wll ling to help those who help
themselves, rendered substantial aid.
They have transformed one of the
worst rouds lu the county to a good
Messrs W. C. Brown, A. M. Miller
and J. W. Butler returned Friday from
tlie'Kltsou's springs in Lane county
where they had spent two weeks bath
ing, fishing and growing fat. These
springs are 120 miles from Dallas; they
are reported as very beneficial in curing
We are told that chattel mortgages
are being given on fruit crops this sea.
son. This is the first time the crop ha-
been of enough ooimequenct to mort
gage. The Indications am that the
fruit crop lit this neighborhood will
bring substantial returns to the growers
Dr. Carey, late of Nebraska, ha lo
cated la Dallas to engage In his pro
fWalou. IU la gentleman of culture
and Mt mauuer Inspire confidence.
We believe him to Ui a good physlclau
and a good mau. Time wilt vrlfy lit
correctness of our opinion.
lu re estate J. W. Tewtiseiid deceased
Nellie N. Tow use nd appointed
administrator, with Will Auuexed
Bond approved $20,000. A. J. Wise,
Fred Hebdlng and N. C. Taylor ap
A considerable number of settlers are
filing ou land lu the Hock Creek coun
try lu Polk county. Au effort Is being
made to establish a good road from the
valley to till settlement.
W. J. Wagner now wields the gavel
as N. U. Frlendshlii Lodge No 6. I. O
O. K.j 11 W. Smith la U. (I; L C.
Parker Sec'y W. T. Shaw, Per Secy;
Frank Stile, tressuier.
Many other families have been lately
added to the lilg Canyon Creek settle.
ment. The lale crop of blackberries
aeema better tliau the early one.
A. F. Toner and U. R Grant weut
fishing last Saturday and caught 800
trout, A very good day work. They
used no dynamite.
J. M. Shelly, of Portland, the genial.
traveling mau, was lu Dallas Momlay.
Sheriff II. 11 Plum mer and wife
lnt last week rusticating at Newport'
A brother of Mrs. C. C. Headly, i
resident of Chicago,! vialtlug lu Dallas.
K. Chamherllu and wife, of Suver
SUtlott, Harry Christian Jr. and Miss
Avla Christian, of Independence, were
the guest ot Win. Baker Hunday,
Wick Grant and wife, Ctav Mason,
Mlsa Mable Hill aud I Re Yokem are
rusticating at Newport.
Grain lu tbi section Is nearly all In
the shock and threshing will soon be
the order of the day.
Mrs. Townseiid has returned home
from Salem where she has beeu under
a doctor's care.
Wll lard Wright, of Dallas, was doing
business In these parts, Saturday.
Adrian Owen has returned from
Stephen (I. Mayes, father of Mrs.
J ss. Helmlck, died at Ceutralla, Wash,
last Thuraday aud was burled the next
day. He was 70 year of age aud the
cause of death was general debility.
He la welt known Id Polk county.
Floy Daley, of Dallas, sold Jaa.
Helmlck a cayouse policy last week.
There is a rumor that some of the
ladles will don bloomers In our towu.
O! won't that give a fellow a tumor to
see them around?
Wiu. McCurdy had a queer Job as an
official duty last week. He had to
count the bolts In the Halt plate that
Join the rails for 10 miles aud these are
129,620 of the little nutlet.
Mlsa Iira Butler, of Monmouth has
the contract to teach our school. No
tice: No more teachers need burn the
road getting here a the Jig Is up.
Helmlck ltros. warehouse will be
run by J as. Helmlck and he expects to
place hoops, on the building, this fall
owing to the prolific, crops.
Perry Becd and family, with Tom
Calbreath's family, have gone to Sal
mon river on a "Spider down my
back" and to catch fish.
Chas. DH:ksreader has bad such poor
health this Spring and Summer that
he will have to give up working In
Wtu. F'uqua's baling rooms art
nearly finished. He ha added ao
elevator to his fine hop plant
Wonderly, of Falls City, will build
Jas. Helmlck's hop house. Work com.
men ml last Monday.
Ted Baldra has moved from Wood
burn, Marlou Co., to Independence.
Helmlck' thresher starts next Mon
day, KICK UK ALL.
G. F. White and family, are moving
tills week to the McArthur bouse near
the depot. Mr. C. G. Coad and family
will occupy Mr. White's former home'
Mrs. Beaugard who has been spend'
log a few months with her mother'
Mrs. Clark, returned to her home la
Judge L. L. McArthur, of Portland,
spent Saturday aud Sunday with rela.
lives here, returning to his home Mon
Fluttering, No Appetite, Could
not5leep, Wind on Stomach.
"For long time I had a terriblo
pain at my heart, which fluttered al
most incessantly. 1 had no appetite
and could not sleep. I would be
compiled to sit up in bed and belch
gas from my stomach until I thought
every minute would be my last.
There was a feeling of oppression
about my heart, and I was afraid to
draw a full breath. I could not sweep
a room without resting. My husband
Induced me to try
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
and am happy to say it has cured me.
I now have a splendid appetite and
sleep welL Its effect was truly mar
Telous." UBS. HAER? E. STARS, PotUvlil. Pa.
Dr. Miles Heart Cure Is sold on a posltlre
ruaranuw that tha Unit bottle will benefit.
All drtiKKlsta sell It at U, bottles (or IS, or
l will bannt, prepaid, on receipt ot price
by U lit. Mliet ucal do., JUftart, lad,
Ml Msga-la Woods, of Dalla. Is
pending a few week with her friend
Mia Mattl Knsor.
Quito a number of lbs Talmage
people attended church hsre Sunday
Mr. Alexander, of ludepcudettc, I
visiting her sister Mrs. Vaughn thl
Mr. Baskett, of Salem, is spending!
the summer at her old home near her.
Mr. Cobb, of Portland, I spending a
few day her visiting friends.
Mr. V. Deiiijwv Isipille sick.
There have linen scandalous reort
given of a party of young folk who
THE BANE OF HUMAN LIFE,
Driven Out of tha System by
th Uae of
For Ave years, I was a great ,
autierer from a most imtsihicih r
blood disease, none of the various Si
medicine I took Mug of any o
limp wiiHtrrer. iioiiiis ninv v
change of climate would ls'iieiit
me, I went to Cuba, to Florida, gj
and then to Saratoga Springs, o
where I remained some time ol
drinking the waters. But all was N
no use. At Inst Mug advised Jj
ujr several rricmia to try Ayei s o
Sarsaparilla, I began taking It,
and very mnv favorable results j
were manifest Tolay I run.
aider mvseif a nerfcctlv healthv o
man, with a good ajMtite and j
not the least trace of my former g
complaint io an my menus, o
and especially young men like o
myscir. i recommend Ayer srur.
snjmrllht, If in need of a lierfeetly
reliable blood-tiuriticr.' Ji sk
A. EsconAR, proprietor Hotel JJ
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aeuce, eaj w. lotnou, imcw i or k. o
daatttad lor BsalblUoa e
AT THt WORLD' PAIt t
atleuded church at Unco a Vista a few
Sundays ago. These are w holly un
true and unless these are atooiwd the
rllewlio are telling them will be
callisl upon to prove them.
Most every one ha fluUhed cutting
aud will aisiu t ready for the thresher.
Miss Mollie Deahrinoiid Is able to b
out and around again after some day
of sick net.
Steele aud B.iulcy wilt start their
Mrs, Cummin. Walter GrlflluV
sister, who ha been III Portland hav
ing her eyes treated, made him a visit
Isst week, She returned U Portland
I), A. Hong returned home last week
from his Mt. Jvfterson trip. He rr-
ports having line time.
Thl world Is chock full of people
with money to sH'iid. The way to get
their money aud build upyour bulnes
Ittokhow lliem the value of the ex
change. Advertising Is the only
practical w ay of showing them.
. . . Hop
. . Tickets
tut tlirtw jrium pant tits hop
irowrrti or IN i county have
uivd Ilia Mfoly Imp liekrt
prliiled at Hie Wmt Mi us
offti. Tliey Itavs slvrt) Mil.
ISellun, aud hav aavrd mui'h
suiioysnee In counting llm
iMun of lit'knU. Tlil ynsr
will pment ' tyl of
CHEAPER and BUTTER
tlisn ev,f. W sk the hop
imn of Polk couiily Ui call
snd '! prlem, Tlio Wsar
Hin orrit will l pniaid to
print ihrM link) t Ins
prion Hi an beSira. It In our
own Invention and wimeihlni
new aud novel. Order tilled
promptly and Willi ealUfao.
First Moiigaffe On Improved Fat at
W are prearcd to negotiate fin-t
uiortiruge umhi lmrovel farms lu
Oregon, with Fasten) psrtlesul r e
of Intercut not to eiiewt n )wr nni t
Mortgaire rvneweil that have lieen
taken by other ciiiile.
Addrow, with stamp,
M Kit win Swokth,
Baker City, Oregon.
A trslnliig tt'luMit for tearher. fomplrle
etslil-fratle training department snd Htrong
I'rotnMlonsI snd ra4Miilc ttiuree.
ThtDlpW of tlie m'IhkiI enuUe one to
teach In any txiuuty lu ihs uu without
fnrt her exam Inaihin,
Hoard, Udglng. Ilmk. and Tuition ll'C per
year. Ibautllul and Hralihrnl lorallou. do
Hoionu. There I a good demand fur well
Irslued tmtilirnii there la an over supply of
Catalogue cheerfully enl on application.
P. L. Campbell, or W. A. Wann,
State Normal School, Monmouth, On.
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VV. S. Ferguson,
Proprietor of tha
on Main street, west of the water
works, will 500 n be in operation.
Sash, Doors and Moldings.
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If It U, you wUI be strong, vlgotems,
full of llfesndataOHlooj jroa wiu
good appetite sad go4 " 'I "
strong serves, wei Sleep.
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nut now i.. " t
la purs! Ilw m.n y pepl are
tlally from th o..ii)uene. of Impure
i.i.Ct .rofula.aalt rheum, rhumUin,
aatarrh, nervoueness, slseplens, snd
That Tlrad Faallng.
Bood' Harprill purlfle. vlUlls
tad snrlcbee the blood. Tbsrsfor, It
il. nui,ini foe tnu.
It will give you pure, lcb, red bleo4
nd strong aentes. .
It will overeotns tbst tlrI fsellng,
rtesis sn iifllie. give rsiresoma;
sod make yoa strong.
Is the Only
True Blood Purifier
Prominently In ths pulillo eye tody.
t t,l- ttfltd nerie fl
IIUUU a I Ilia
Udepeudeaessnd Maaiuautfc Muhir l.ln
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
. P. (XJNJfAWAV
a senera! banking and ielian bu.lnea
irsnaaeted; loan made, bill dlerounted.oeiu
meretal rrwliu (ranted: depiwlta reeelved on
aurrent amwunt auigeet lo rneck, Inloreet paid
a time deposits.
II. r. Hmitli, A, Nelxiil. I. A.
leapenon, A. i. (ioiNlmali, 1.
Allen. H. It
W. Hear, II
Commenced Business March 4, 1889
KUiiutied by Nattonal Authority,
FIRST NATIONAL DINK.
I. H. tlKII'KB. U W. IUIHKHTHON,
Preeldent, Vlee Prealdent
W. II HAWI.KY, (ililer.
I. H. Osiper, I Robertson, ll Helmlck
O. W. Whlteaker, W. W. CHlo.
A Herat bank Ins bualnau trmnated
Huy aud eelle eichaiise uu all Important
Iienoait revived ulJei'l In rlierk or ou ee
linrate or detewlt, Olleetlon oiaua.
umee hour: a, m, to t p. m.
mcoRPomno unoin tni im or Oregon
Polk County Bank,
I. H. IUWI.RV....
I', ti. CAM I'll Kt.1.
IRA C. fUWKl.t,
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To Our Subscribers!
Iror the past two years the low
price of produce and the general
stagnation, has caused many of our
readers to notsettlethcirsubscription with
the usual promptness.
As a consequence a great many
dollars are owing this paper, being
small amounts each, but aggregating a
We now ask all, who are in
arrears to settle their "accounts."
It would look much better if your
printed label had the date of your sub
scription one year ahead instead of six
months to a year behind. If youcan
not pay the cash give us your note and
let us give you a receipt to 1896.
You will be able to pay these accounts
this fall. Will you not call and settle
West Side Pub. Co.
E. C. PENTLAND, Manager.
Paid Capital. $30,000.
). II. lawlev, P,U Campbell, .M.HImpno
J. o. v. miner, mump, r.B. ruweil
A general banking and ext'hange bualnea
I run mw wit; loena made; dipolu rerelved
iiinjeet in eneek ir on certinrat or deptwlf
Interest oald on time denwlta.
-Klr prior vault and burglar proof safe,
ecu re a oy i me lime meg.
ii re Hour1 ts.tn. to 4 p. m
. I'RPJHXirr. J. A. VKNEH8
Prescott & Veness
mm m m.
Manufacturer of and Dealer Id
FIR and HARDWOOD,
Rouh and Dressed
J. A. WHEELER, - Manager.
D. H. CRAVEN'S
I Solentlflo American
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f or inTormuion ana rre. HMirtbaok write to
MUNN A CO.. 3111 BltOAUW.1T, NSW Vobk.
pljtitt bureau for tecurlnit patent. In Anierlia.
... ,ln urtMiRNb UVIore
the publlo by a nouoe given tree of obargs la Ui.
Itrtrmt elreul.tlon of anr nlentlfle paper In th
world. Splendidly llltinraieu. Mo InteUleent
man abnuld be without It. Weeklv, 3,00
Soari tl.SOilx monthi. Addrae. alfjVrN k CoZ
vautitsM, 31 arasdwa, Msw Tort Gtf,
In order to clean out before inovincr inin-
ournew buildinv-amt rfceivini our tall 3
stock. We make sjHTial prices for 30 days-A 2
we move the iiliof AugiN. and don't 3
jg- want to move any clntliin these prices 3
otjirht to dean them out; 3
Men's black theviut. round or square SH.o now $0
gr 0.00 now 1303
Men's Klk clay worsted frockoat & vest 7 50 now 5
mZ Black clay worsted frock suits 18.50 now 15.005
K:cV rlnv wormed soi.ire flit foaf&vtst O.cn nnw -5
am " i -
jf-Four button Cutaway $7.00 now $5.25 3
lE " " 8.sonow 6.00 2
grey xi.50 now 8.65
black 10.00 now 7.7s
z Blue square cut, sack suit 16.25 now 12.50 3
r Grey square cut, sack suit 7.75 now 5852!
5r Blue square cut, sack suit 10.00 now 7,75
5 You will never get clothing at these figures 3111
Xz neither I'ortland. Salem, nor any other place makes 2
figures as close as these. Kemember this holds good 2
until August 15th.
Lewis Ilelmick, Pixprietor.
Mill Feed on Hand and to Order.
ndependence, Near the 8. P. Depot.) Oregon
Pioneer Drug Store,
Alexander-CoopeF Drug Co,
You probably want the very fluent snd beat when you
us It on Ui delicate skin of your wire or baby. We
have all kind of Toilet Soaps. Tbey are delightfully
V pei rum pd and are madeofpure materials. We especially
call your attention U the Mexican Hoap Root soap,
which Is purely vegetable. Come and get a FREE
Patterson Bros., The Druggists.
Here we are
With the Celebrated Bain
wagon. There have been 40,000
of these wagons sold on the
Pacific Coast; so they talk for
themselves. We carry every1'
thing the farmer needs in the
hardware or vehicle line. Call
and examine our stock