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THE WEST SIDE
Tlphon, No, 141.
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wolil iniotiR Mr mu. inquire ol -
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A boy, wluwtt nam could not 1ms
loann'il, fell vr Imp Ux in Ingram'
y.uvl on Monday muI lnko two rib.
Worii bus wen reoivl that Senator
1) 'veriiUe will nut iH'k at Pallaa next
T .iwlny, in (net tbut lie will not be in
Oregon at all. This will lie a great di
aiMinluitiit to all our cititeti of what
vor (Kilitical Mi! for Seimtor IWvoritlg
luia reputation of being an eloquent
Olt'iiu client eHl for cale. Apply to
Henry Hill, Iiwlepouilenee. V li it
Tlievlevtrio light company baa closed
a contract with t ho city imtboritie of
Monmouth to light the atreeU of that
city during the wining winter month
At present th company will install
cilit street lights, with a good proeet
of that number lieiug increased at toon
aa the people Mini out how much com
fart a littlu light is on a (lurk ami rainy
Air tight heater that will auit your
taste and tit your pocket book at K. M.
Wad & IV.
tieorge L. Hawkins set up in the Men
month cemetery on Tuesday a fine
family monument of Quiitcy granite. It
was lor the estate of John E. Murphy
When it cornea to line work In atone cut'
ting and cemetery line, we w ill back Mr.
Furi!, jackets and caiice at J. L. Stock
W'heu In t;lem ami Mu want a good
meal don't forget to go to Htrong's
liestmirmii, where everything the umr
ket alloriU cau b had.
On Wednesday shortly after the noon
hour, an alarm of fire waa vent in and
the hell clanged and the lire whimlo
shrieked. The tire was on the kitchen
roof of J. h. Cooper resilience and wa
(lisoovered by Mra. lletiklo. A bucket
of water fixed it plenty. The Are Ixiva
turned out promptly with hose reel and
truck, hut fortunately their service were
Made a to. are acilmg rami wagon
cheaper than any other house in Oregon
Monmouth is going to have street
lights. The people there aeeni to pee
the udvaiiUgo.4 of light on theee dark
(ioing and ready to go at your de
mandour beautiful dress goods. J. L.
Hung don t always coino just as we
want them to: For instance the late
heavy rains came (Wore hop growers
and pickers were ready to get out of the
fields and considerable, damage was done
them. On the other hand the rains
made it possible for fall plowing to be
gin and also helped the late potatoes
and other late vegetables. Matters about
balanced after all.
All our jackets are strictly up to date.
Buy uow. J. L. Stockton.
CORD WOOD tnkea on subscription
at the WEST SIDE otlice.
The weather is quite variable. Sun
shine a few days, and then rain for a
Buy ynnr mill feed at the Collins mill.
Bran, SI 2 per ton; shorts, $M per Ion.
Special sale on watches that give satis
faction at 0. A. Kramer & Co's.
J. L Stockton is selling more clothing
now than ever before. Why?
The West SnB is in receipt of an in
vitation and complimentary ticket to
the Fourth Biennial Horticultural fair
at Hood River on Friday and Saturday,
October 5th and Oth. The editor regrets
his inability to be present. He has at
tended several of Hood River's fairs and
always came away glad that he had gone.
The display of fruits and vegetables is
something grand and and it is promised
that this year the display will excel any
Don't overlook the Rushford wagon,
the best ironed wagon on the market.
For sale by K, M. W ade A Co.
The price of bops is dangling around
fifteen cents and the tendency seems to
be upward. Don't hold your hops, boys,
until the price begins to go down; be
MitUticd with a good margin.
Try Moore, the barber, north sido of
"0" street, opposite Knox's grocery
store, for a hair cut or shave.
Why do the hop pickers from all
parts of Oregon bop into J. L. Stock
ton's? Because bis goods are best
quality and cheaper than they can buy
Arrangements have been made with
the city marshal whereby those who
want to go shooting on Monday morn
irjg, October 1, right early and don't do
eire to sleep in the field, can be awaken
ed at oue minnte past twelve Monday
night, by the tolling of the fire bell (per
haps), That is, some of our nimrods
would like to have this done, no doubt.
Buy your cameras and supplies of
F. E. CHAMBERS
Attractive notices, announcing that
the United States wants young men to
enter the naval service, are posted about
town. Sixteen dollars per month is the
pay for men and $9 (or apprentices.
Mackintoshes at J. L. Stockton's.
Steel ranges at R. M Wade & Co's at
prices that cannot be met by any can
Are you taking advantage of the spec
ial watch sale at O. A Kramer & Co's?
For special rate on Lippincolt's
Magazine to subscribers of the Wkbt
Bidk, call at the office.
The face and fortunes of Miss Mary
Victoria Leiter, Baroness Curzon of
Kedleston, are charmingly set forth in
picture and text in the October "New
Lippincott" Magazine. The' article is
by Virginia Tatnall Peacock, and it des
cribes brilliantly the career of this
Chicago girl who lias become an Eng
lish peeress and the ruler of a great
people. The portrait used as a frontis
piece to the magaline reveals the charm
which has won her distinction and made
her a figure in history.
I will sell at my place, one span of
heavy draft mares, 1400 to 1500 pounds
each; one span heavy draft horses, same
weight; wagons and harnesses; 30 head
of young cattle, steers and heifera.
E. P. CADWHIiX,,
niH Airlte, Ore,
Tim hop picker have bout all gone
K. U. VanMeer, an old time resident,
ha gone to Ballard, Wash., to liv.
Rev. J, M. Turner and family expect
to leavn soon for Idaho.
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mra. 1 1, j. u mi aKer lost a rur cape
at the Salem fair on Friday last.
Loui Wlprut nMiit Sunday and Mon
day with hi opl in Salem.
Have you got your gun ami ammuni
tion all ready for the first?
L U. Uilninro left for a week' bual
nrsa at Tillamook on Monday.
This U the tim to lay in your supply
of Rtovtt wood for winter.
Mr. T. W. Bruuk received tome fine
Cotswold heep last week direct from
O. Wiederkdir ha moved over to
lallaa where he recently bought wnit
Mr. P. Hoffman, of Pendleton, who
wa visiting Mra. Slansbury, ha re
turned to her home.
J. W, Crawford, former editor of the
Wkht Sum, ha decided to move from
Portland to San Francisco.
The family of Mr. U. Wilson will oc
cupy the cottage lately vacated by Rev.
J. M. Turner.
Asa Robinson wa the lucky Indivl
dual at the drawing (or Davidson
Jasper Rhode arrived from Cape
Nome last Saturday eemlngly happy to
get home once more. .
About lorty Ixajt picker with their
baggage left on the up train Saturday
A. S. Locke arrived home Saturday
from his trip to the southern part of the
Mr. and Mr. K. L. Oale made a trip
to McMiunville on Wednesday to visit
Mrs. Hale' mother.
Rev. Joseph Mottershead ha been re
appointed by the M. E. conference at
Ashlaud a pastor of t ne church here for
This month the creamery pay 2.V) for
butter fat delivered or 2:tc when the
creamery team goes alter the milk
Butter ia selling at ooc wholesale or ftOc
Hon. Thomas H. Tongue, the silver-
tongued orator, Is'expeeted here shortly
to make a speech on the issue of the
Mr. and Mra. U. H. Wagoner started
on Wednesday lor their old home in
Springtleld, III., where they will visit
Mr. Wagoner's father for a tune.
Miss Marjorie Middleham, of Seattle,
who has been visiting her father and
other relative here, returned to Seattle
Wallace Hnntly and Ed Byera returned
Friday evening from four weeks' trip
on t lie MeKcniie river, bringing Willi
them the carcassea of 16 deer.
Chas. T. Springer, of Denvei, Colora-
lo, assistant manager of the Fidelity
Savings Association, visited here last
Conductor Pornsife took a couple of
days' lay off last week to attend the state
fair and W. U. Creasy wore hi robe of
John W. Gunn, general agent for the
London, Liverpool and Globe Insurance
company, wa iu the city a short time
John Stump seem to have gotten
away with the majority ol prizes on
goats at the state fair. Johnnie ia all
Professor Sanders, principal of the
city schools, has moved over from Dallas
and occupies one of J. D. Irvine' cot
tages on the comer of D and Fourth
Mr. II. E. Turner and family, of
Weston, who spent a week visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Kirkland, started
for their home on' Wednesday, Mrs.
urnerauil Mrs. Kirkland are sisters.
I). T. Sears, of Medford, came In on
thu morning train Wednesday for a short
visit with friends. He has been making
tour of the state and is now on his
Mrs. Jacob Whitesker and Mrs. Min
erva Howell, of Corvallis, mother and
aunt, respectively, of Mrs. T. D. Camp-
ben, arrived last Saturday for a visit
with the latter.
There will be a general fusilado next
Monday morning all over the slate by
sportsmen and hunters after the festive
and spry Denny pheasant. There is no
loubt that much valuable ammunition
ill be wasted by amateur hunters and
perhaps somebody will be hurt- by care
less hunters who never know where
they are shooting. The WkstSidb hopes
that the first day will pass oft pleasant
ly for all concerned and that everybody
will be lucky enough to get enough birds
for a mess.
Thu Degree of Honor met last Monday
evening and transacted considerable
business. At the next meeting, October
8, there will be an iniation, a petition to
be voted on, and other busines. The
ouicers desire a full attendance on that
W. O. Cook, an old standby in these
parts, has pulled up stakes, so to say,
and will soon move to Port Orford,
Curry county, where he will try ranch
life for awhile. Independence will mips
Mr. Cook and his family for they are
usually found ready to assist in lodge or
The Wkst Side would like to suggest
to the state fair management the advis
ability of putting in two more pairs of
stHirs to the grand stand. The one pair
in the center is not enough in case of a
rowd. Home clay many people will be
urt while crowding on this Bingle means
Hop Gold Bggt
Bottled beer for
family uso to
be had at
GALE'S CASTLE SALOON.
The Reln'kah lodge ha bought a line
The Eastern Star met, on Tuesday
veiling ami transuded routine husiues
The memlHr of Lvon Lodge No, i'tl
A. F. A A. M., met Saturday evening.
The Woman' Relief Corpa No. 42
will meet on Saturday, October tl.
Homer Lodgu No. 45, Knight of Py
thlas, haa moved into the Mitchell build
ing with the Odd Fellow,
At the meeting of Homer Lodgn No,
45, Knight of Pythias, on Wednesday
evening, a number of otllcer were elect
eil to till vacancies ocrurlug by reason of
the old olllcer having moved away from
the city, F. S. Wilson was chooeti
chancellor commander to succeed U. L
Fraiier, and C. W. Irvine wa chosen
master of work to succeed M. E. Master
ion. For delegate to the grand lodge
which w ill moot in Astona on the Oth of
October, h, C. Glhnore was unanimous'
ly elected. This bulge has somu work
on hand ami several application in
sight. Since moving into the new ball
the mcmUna have put on a little more
life and deeper Interest will undobtedly
ha taken in the lodge woik.
While haling hop at lbiana Vista on
Monday, George Davidson was atruck in
the face by the lever Hying back It is
face a a badly cut and bruised but no
bone were broken,
On Friday night of hut week, a Mr.
A. J. Goodman wa coming home from
the Salem fair, the night wa vary dark.
lie was nearly here when lie met a hop
buyer team on the bridge. The two
team came together with a crash hut
the only damage apparent wa breaking
the pole and abaft in each rig.
The sehool Hoard has divided not to
allow children to attend school uuli't
they are six year of age or over belorc
the end of the tlrst or aecond term.
Sunday the sun crosned the cclcUnl
eijnator or eqiiiuoeliol line, and the day
and night were of equal length to all
part of the world, U was the autumnal
equinox, thu time wlieu the sun enters
the tlrst iint of Libra, when the wire
sailor keeps hi weather eye peeled for
equinoctial storms, and the thrifty
householder see to It that the wood Is
tawed and i properly housed for the
long winter night that quickly follow,
This i a queer world and there are
some queer people in it. we Heard a
fellow lament one day lust week that he
hail lost bis Mickel book with some
eighty hop tickets, representing the
work ol Inmseit. wife ami lainilv up to
late. A the same individual had U-cn
seen earlier In the week han.ing around
some of the gambling devices that fol
low the crowd, it is safe to presume that
he "blew in" all hi hop ticket and in
vented the other story to pacify his
Alxuit the last picking of the season
In the hop yards is now Ix-itig done in a
5 acre yard of J. P, Meeker. Contrary
to expectation, this yard is enliely free
from mold or vermin. It stood all. the
heavy rain ami cold days, alternating
with warm weather and not a trace ol
damage can be seen; and the hop are
in fine sliie. A this yard wa heavily
prayed twice the freedom from damage
ia attributed to the spraying.
What will be dona with the overflow
when the present capacity of the South
ern Pacific warehouse ia Uxed to the
utmost? The house is almofl full, and
the hop have hardly begun to be baled.
The China bird would better look
out next Monday, as D. II Taylor on
Thursday received a Huh pointer bitch
So much work has piled up at the
depot that Agent Wilcox had to have
assistance. Mr. Lucas who nsed to he
agent here, is helping in the deist,
while Claude Pengra is putting in his
time stowing awap baled bops,
A meeting of the old Oregon State
Agricultural Society wns held for the an
nual election of its officers, which re
sulted as follows: John G. Wright,
president John Minto, vice president;
efferaon Mjers, secretary; A. Bush,
treasurer. This society possesses con
siderable assets in cash and notes, and a
resolution wa adopted turning over to
the stale board of agriculture all its
funds with the understanding that the
badge of the society, worn by it life
member, should be rceognistod as tickets
of admission to all stale fairs.
The Salem Statesman has given a very
uood rciKjrt of the slate fair. Among
other things, it says of our Johnnie:
"John Kirkland, of Independence, acted
as starter for thu running races, and a
splendid record be made in this work.
The job was not an easy one, as all well
know when it is considered that a half
dozen jockeys on running horses are the
very hardest people to handle, and there
is nothing as trying to the patience of a
man, as to make an effort to secure fair
treatment at their bands, Mr. Kirkland
succeeded admirably, and he gave ex
cellent satisfaction in starting the run
nlng horses, being highly complimented
by the judges, thu fuir-minded horsemen
and the spectators generally for his suc
cess in starting the horses in such ex
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Byera, aged two month unci six
lays, died on Wednesday afternoon.
Call For City Warrants.
Notice is hereby given that funds are
now on hands for the payment of City
Warrants No. 140E) to No 1400, inclusive
Interest will cease, from and after this
Independence, Oregon, Sept. 27, 1900.
Max Berg, of Warren, Columbia
county tell the St. Helens Mist about
the profit of dairy business: His herd
consist of but 12 cow hut that number
earn him $50 per month throughout
the year. This sum is Mr, Berg's profit.
finch cow returns a profit of $3 per
month over and above the cost of main
tenance. The skimmed milk from the
12 cow produce $5 worth of pork each
month, beside 12 veal eush year at $5
each, Mr. Berg figures that the- butter
the family use i worth $4 per month,
hence hi herd earns him at least. $50
Mrs. J. C. House and Mrs. Ifi. M.
Irvine have opened Dressmaking
Parlors one door east of H. H. Jaa
person'a on Monmouth street, and
iqIIqU a fair share of your patronage,
Mr, Hnbbaid ami family, who have
lieen living In I ullas for sonic lime, have
relumed m tin ir farm.
All the bop yaidi in this viclniiy PIC
throtiiih a itli the picking.
Mr. Ai nisi mmi, who resided on M'.
lluhba-ilV much w hiie Ihe hitler was in
Dallas, has imved to Wel'sd.ile. ,
Prot'iieled mct'linga commenced Sun
day and will i online for several week
(lev. Kelly, who ha been assisting
Rev, Lovi II. iciurned to Ilia home on
account of illness.
D. A Hong is in Washington looking
Mrs, 0 E. Mcl.iine and Miss Nellie
Antehlow spent Monday In Independ
ence. Miss Ni Hie ,i ilehlow , who bus hi en
visiting here for some lime, expects to
return home sboitly.
TIIKY SAW MIP4. KIH)V.
Illg Cronil at Uncord lo see Mother
of ( hi Ullnn Sch iice.
CONCORD. N ' II., Sept. (I Rev.
Mary linker Eddy was a guest at the
('uncord state fnlr this iifteiiloou, at the
ieoia! Invitation of (ipvemor Rollins,
the day being obnetved as "Governor'
Accompanied by Judge and Mrs K. J.
Ilifiiia, of Boston, Mrs. Eddy arrived at
the grounds at 3 p. m, in her victoria.
She wilt, received at the gales by the
city and state authorities, represented by
the cliy marshal ol Concord and an es
cort of police, mounted kml on foot, and
a mounted military aid of Governor Rob
lins, speeUlly detailed. With her escort
Mrs, IMilv made the circle of the inn k,
which bad been previously cleared lot
As the ciiniitiM' approached the gov
eriuir a reviewing eliiun, sin- was an
nounced to the Hitting ns the Rev. Mary
baker Eddy, th ilu .ovi rer and loundcr
of Christian Science. The baud struck
up a patriot ie uir, and the 111,000 specta
tors in the amphitbeatrtt waved hamlker.
hieis, cbeeicd and npp!aud'd. In deter
ence to Mrs. Eddy 'a distaste for undue
h'iiiolltratoiiB( the crowd had been re
quested by the nuttioritiea to retrain from
h too hoHtciotis recognition of her pre
ence Alter having made thu circuit oli
tho grounds, Mrs, Eddy and her escort,
together with aUntt oil visiting t'lir'atian
Scientists, witnessed thegiealer Part of
the afternoon pio-isui. Ucfoie leaving
Mrs, Eddy exnressed to the authorities
and lo her esctuis her appreciation of
the honor paid hot
A prominent Christian Scieiitim,,
speaking tonight of the uunsoitl rcccp
lion leiidercil Mis. Ivldy Unlay, sni 1 1
"This is the Hi ( luslaiice in recent
years thut Mrs, Eddy has attended a
public function, except such as might he
connected with her church. The em
dial iuvilHtiou from the fair oliiciuls met
w ith a cordial repotise. The hearty re
ception by the vast throng expressed
their recognition of the high character
of ihe distinguished guest. The visit of
the discoveter and loundcr of Christian
Science lo such a public gathering and
the FHiniahoous and cordial reception by
the vast muUitiide, reveal Mrs. Eddy to
the world as ln bus lieen known to her
"Every iwrsun present had the oppor
tunity to see that Mrs, Eddy is In excel
lent health, Shu is in full Rssesslon of
every faculty. Whatever may I hi the
number of her years, and they are more
than three score and ten, she i youth
fill in appearance and vigorous iu every
act and movement. Her bright, spark
ling eye, her clear, fiiir complexion, her
quick, vivacious movement, U'spoke a
Strong Issly and a forceful intellect. Her
public appearance is conclusive evidence
that she is no recluse, Shu is glad to
meet the people, and the only reason for
so seldom appearing is thu strict atten
tion she gives to the U st and important
interests in her care. Her appearance
on the state lair groun is shows the
breadth of bur interest.
''No pent-up U tiea confines her pow
ers. .o; the Ueinainl ol her religious
duties ate exacting, but she is concerned
with all that makes for thu public's
highest welfare, Her cordial patronage
of this state enterprise betokens her
hearty support of home interests. She
is a great religious leader, but her re
ligion has not removed her from those
concerns w hich are close at hand. U
shows s public pi irit of which the peo
ple abroad have many proofs, ami is
evidence that everv wortiiv puhiic en
terprise has her cordial support."
School book and
school supplies at
Robinson A Co's.
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On the IHh day of October, Hint) at the
old Fuller place near Ail lit,-, Oregon, I
will offer for sale at public auction the
following personal property:
One span black horses 7 and 8 year old
we ght, about M.'iO each.
One span mare 0 and 7 yeais old weight
about Ml!0 eiich,
One mure (byears old weight 1200.
Mares all bred lo Englhh sire
II) head yi urling steers.
1 milk cow.
1 new fish wagon - -(
1 wide tire wagon
1 set double harness "
Some hogs and pigs,
Terms: $10. and under cash. Over
$11). note one year on approved security
lit 8 per cent interest. 6pcr cent dis
count for cash.
At the sumo time and place I will off
er for salu that part ol the Fuller place
lying iiorib of ihe county road about
40i) acres as it stands.
T.irms; 5 equal payments b per cent int.
first payment, approved security outside
of property; Inst 4 payments secured on
place. Reserved bid $0. tin .acre. This
place has about 100 acres either under
or that can easily be placed under culti
vation but open pasture hind well fen
ced. 40 acres summer fallow now being
teedod down. House barn and orchard.
E. P. Col I wall.'
The flour mill at Turner, which has
been standing idlo for the past two
years, has been overhauled and some
new machinery added, and will be
ready to start up In a few day.
The most complete Tariff Text Bonk
ever published is the new edition Of
"Tariff Facts for Speakers and Stu
dents," Defender Document No, 9200
pages, just out. Order by number only.
Sont lo any address for 25 cents. Ad
dress, American Protective Tariff League
135 West 23d St., Now York.
W ANTKD AOTI VK MAN OK (11)01) CHAR
aetcr to ilullver iiinl cullret. In orison for old
okIiiO I 1m linil it nil ll live til r I ii(f wholusulu house.
i'.KX) a ) ear, sure pay. Jloiumty iiioio than ex-
fierlcnee required. Our refrnee, any bank
n any city. KucUihu self-iullriiimid slumped
envelope. Manufacturers, Third Floor, 834
peariiorn St., Chicago.
mu te m sniss
Ali-draet ((r lu7mHT Filed In Pulk
J'oiinfy Hcpf. M to St, 11)00.
Margaret I, Tntlle to Henry Reiehen
bach, ll 1 1,1k, 0, Levens add Dallas-f id,
M M Ellis to Eiiner ClturronMhs,ao(la
sec. HI. 21, tplls rll w-$!lnll.
1 A Milimto Phillip Helnlish, It 10,
II, blk 7, lVrr)da!e-$i:.l). '
lb naie of Ointment, fur Catarrh that
mercury win auMv d.slroy the n of
iiii'd i.n, i'Mti!ii-li'ly ileninuii ill whnlii sys
tem li"ii ctit.TMui Uoimnii tin' Miucniissiir.
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l ull s l ioinlj I'lifssre lliu l't.
By 1 1 u! way, woiililiit it lo it km1
lip it to Hctiti v uifiee to t tie i lilini-
iiiia U tuit down tlio rebellion
tin to. I lo uinl Mile tiro itliotlt llio
only K''"i'iala wo apjicur to Imve
win) ft em tklilit to acciuiiplisli things
witli iuickiit'Ha and cuho.
A MH'kol book containing several hop
tickiit and some small change, near
El Owner can have same fey proving
pmp'y ami paving for this notice.
' Robert Clark,
- Three mile west of Monmouth,
killing Chinese Pheasant.
The open violation of the game law,
practiced by'Amos Brunch and Archie
I'Mliloii Isoii, n( Maeleay, according .to
reports tioui that place, lias drought
loin (It Ihe bitter ileliiiliciulmu of r-i-dents
of that sriliiit id the country.
These two young men, it is said, hunt
Chinese pheiusunls every day, Hot ex
eeptlnu Sunday, and sie not content
with killing what the ordiuaty wants
reipliied by a family for table purposes,
but liiey kill them iu such numbers as
to he unable lo be disposed of in (hat
way. I he Indignation ol too cople of
Mai env has atxnii reached the limit
ihul will compel them lo act and it
might ho well for these young men to
he cmeliil about their action iu the
( hainhei Iain's Cough Remedy a (J lent
r ami lie.
The soothing nnd benliiig properties
of tins remedy, Its ple isuui tnu and
prompt ulid pcrmuiiciit cores have
lutein It it great f.iv'orlte Willi (tenple
everywhere. It Is esiu chilly iirl'd by
motiiei of small children for colds,
croup and whooping cough, as It al
ways all. iids iUicK relief, and as It con
tains mi "plum or other harmful drug,
It may Ui given as confidently to a
luihv us to an udull. For s.ih; hy Kirk
land Drug Co.
Olllcer f leeted.
The diiectot of the National Angora
Ooat Record AssiMiiation have selected
olllcers h r the coining year. The fol
lowing are those chosen: President, J
B. Early ; vice president for California,
C, I', Bailey J vice president for Idaho,
J, r. Hams; secretary, II. B. Thielsun;
tit-usurer, J. B. Slump.
Cuts and Bruises fjulckly Heated.
iaitiUrht!u's pitlu Rutin applied to
a cut, bruise, burn, scald or like Injury
will instantly allay the pain and will
heal the p itta In lists (line than any
other treatment. (Jules the li jury Is
very severe it will not leave a acar.
I'iiiii iialiii also cures rheumatism,
sptidiiH, swellings and lameness, For
sale by Kirkland Drug Co.
Camplxdl Bros, have just received a
new and complete slock of wall paper,
Old Limerick Dead.
Did Limeiick, a liorso that has graced
Ihe fields of Henry Hill for thirty three
years, passed it) his checks for "horse
hiMvoti" on Saturday night.
Limerick was a faithful animal and
served his owner well. He was well
taken care of in his old age and the fam
ily of Mr. Hill feels as if one of its nieiii
hen hud gone.
fiiicil of Chronic Dluirhneii
Thirty Year of Siili'erliig.
"I sulfcred for thirty year with
diiirrluH'ti ami thought I was past being
curod," says John H. llalloway, of
Fieucli ('amp, Miss. "I hud spent, so
much time uinl money ami siillercd so
much that I had given up alt hones of
ri-' ovcry. I was so feeble from the ef
fi l ls of tile diarrhoea that 1 could do
no kind of labor, could not even travel,
hut by ui'i'hb'iit I was permitted to find
a hot lie of I'liainberhilu's Colic, Choi
era mid Diarrhoea llemedy, and after
Inking several bottles I am entirely
eiircil of that trouble. I urn i pleased
with the result that I am anxious that
it he In roach of all who sudor as I
have." For aide by KlrUland Drug Co,
There are two letters held at the post
olllce for better direction. Olio is ad
dressed to Mrs, Lizzie Claggett and the
other to Mrs. Beatrice Dixon, both for
i'lcitiint Homo, Multnomah com ty, A
there is no poalolllce in the statu with
this, name, the writer bad belter call at
the olllce and get the letter,
To residents of Folk County.
you want to locate in Houthern
Oregon, if you will tell mo what you
want to do, what you can tin nut with
yon either iu skill or money, I will take
nlciiNiiro in iiiiswering letters of inquiry.
If you want to rent a farm, say how
huge and what you can pay cubIi rent
rules here. If you want to buy prop
erty or eugiigu in mining, flay so. If
you want to work, for wages, tell me
what you can do, and wanes vou exnoct
and I wil try to ussim you. It might be
Well for you to enclose a 2'! stamp lo
K. U. Penlhind,
Oram's Pass, Or. .
, Opening of School.
" The Independence schools will open
Monday, October 1, at 1) o'clock. It is
important that all pupils he present lit
the opening. Each one should brinn
his record book or card of standing,
The books used will be tho ssnio a
were used last, year, except that hooks
will he added for thu uso of the tenth
gradn. Tho titles of those will be an
nounced t the school on Monday
A, M. Sandkuu, Principal,
Wall pnper that will nlciiso the most
critical, at Campbell Ilros.
To the DcnfT
A rich lady cured of her deafness
and uotscH in the head bv Dr. Nicbol-
ui's Artificial Knr Drums, gave$10,000
In bis hiHillute, so flint deaf people un
able to procure the ear drum may have
uiern rree. Address No. 13134-0, The
Nicholson Institute, 780, Eighth
Avenue, New York, U- 8. A.
From a Hop (Jrnwcr.
I tun ii Hiilisrrilier ami constant
rciulcr of llie 1', F., oinl am stir
prised Unit untiring niipeiirs in its
columns in icgiird to hop. Hurely
such an ltiinirlniit InJtiHtry do
aorvca tiH'iiiion. I nni n Imp grower
uij'N'lf, lin ving riiiVeil 05 ,000 pound
liiht ai'iisun, In 'Dll Oregon nilsod
HO.fKH) Imlt's of hope. Thorn are
lfilJO hop farmer in Oregon alone,
and during Iho picking eeimon more
than :i0,(HH) people find niploy
mint, 1 find it ift n minlako to
train tlin o or four vines to llio pole
as nm ny grower do. In rich tot
torn httiil onu vino to tlio polo is
runners, leaven urn
ho puttied off to a
hoiejilh of 4 feet, in order to admit
suindiina nnd insure a uniform
growth of Imps. Hpruying with, a
solution of whale oil soap and quas-
ain must not ho noglcctod, and it
must ho done thoroughly to insure
it crop. To inuko choico Imps
should ho the uitn of all growers
Thia can only ho done when the
hops aro fully ripo mid othorwiac
iu perfect Oudition when picked.
Another mistukfl common with
grower ia in cutting tho vinos at
picking time. The vine ahould
never Im ctit until they huve dried
up. Thia I proved by. experience
W. II. Bpnugli, Hoot ta,. Oregon, in
J. W. KIRKLAND,
1111 I II I , , I I I t I I I 1 T t I I I t . I I.
Ill I ri- f-TTT'l I I I nil 11 rl 11 T
i Wc will give extra spe-i
tcial bargains on Watches!
;;for a few days. Don't::
: overlook thi3 sale if you::
Iwant a Watch.
I 0. A. KRAMER & CO. f
Jewelers and Opticians,
l-l-l I I Ml l-l 1 I 1-1-ld 1 I I I l-l-l-l
I etti stones
Capital Stock, $50,000.00
II. HIKW HrtKRO, ABRAHAM NF.LfiON,
O. W. 1HV1NS, Cublir.
fl r Smith, A. NsUcn, A. N. Rush, H. It. Hi
lerso,J. K. Hhodn, U.w.Bssn, ll.Htrsrhbtrf
A (i-tisrsl Itanktn suit irhnf buitasa
Irnniio-'ied ; Irsiis nisitf, lillls tllsi-oiintsil, coin
iM.'ri'lul iTi-il ;i , siiii il ; dsposllt tsuslvsd or
ciirrsui sci en ui inli)cl clisuk, l ills rent paid
on Urns d"-its.
Polk County Bank
J, II. IIAWI.KV, l,
i it a c. i'()H't:i,h,
Paid Capital $30,000.00
J." II. Ilawley, P. L. Campbell, I. M.
Bimpaoii, J, B. V, Butler, John
11. HI ump, F. H. Powell,
Transacts a Ceneral Banking
and Exchange Business.
MOTOlt 1,1 NK
Oil il)i:tiiil to diitn.
I,t-Hves IikIc rnl. I.tmvt-s Airlie fur
tnKiB lor M111111K111U1 Monmouth h n d
Hiul Ali'lie. Iih1uiuii1(-iuw.
Ti.'lt) a; 111. D.O0 11. ni.
8:110 i. 111. "O !' '"
I,eBv7Ti7.1e)ienl- ve IIiiIIhs fur
... ' , Moiiniiiiiili uinl lu
Hicer..r Muiiinmilli lmll(,,lm)
1:0!I n. m.
11:00 b, 111. 8 DO
11. in. , rr
r,eilve Miiliiiniilli f"r liulewiiiliioc.
lor Alrllu. , 9i4ft Z. m.
. ... lli0 p. III.
1 ISO, m. ,40 J,
3:5!) . in. Ai4ft p. m.
OiOO p. m.
for KhIIus, Leaves Iinleieml-
enoe for Moninoulh
, liiao 11. m.
7:30 p.m. :0 p. in.
..Freo to Inventors.
Tho expm'loui'P of 0. A. Hnowf!o. In obtnln
Iiik morn tlmn 'JO.IWO patonts for luventurs bus
enulileil tluin to helpfully nuswur niMiiy ques
tions r'lfttln lo the protection, of lntiilleeluiil
property. Tills tlioy luivo done In a piutiphlpt
treatliiK briefly ef United Htntos and torelKn
putonls, with ciwtof carao anil how to proijuru
thomj trade marks, designs, caveats, infringe
liinulH, decisions In loading patcill oases, etc.
Thl pauiphtot will be ent free to anyone
writing to. 0. A, auuw A Co., Washington, D. C
Ho you need
I fao, give the WEST 5IDB
n enll, Printing of every
description done with neat
ties ami dispatch at rt a
Wli AIM TO PLEASE.
KeeH fotiHlantly on liiinil a fine
HMHOf lllll'llt of
O - Cigars,
Alsi tho famous Hop Gold Beer.
ED. OALH, Proprietor.
F. M. SKINNER,
Orders fur hauling
. nixl at reasonable
West Side -eL
One Year, (In advance) $3.00
Are you looking
for a brush?
Not with Germany but a hair brush,
tooth brush, or a silver-polishing
brush. I have a good all-bnstlo hair
brush for 25c. Tooth brushes, 5c up.
We excel in every point;
Prices tho lowest, on
A big onler of tho latest patterns,
Justin. Call, examine and
Changeable weather between two seasons encour
ages your chronic troubles ami inllicts upon you
much petty sickness. Better ward it off. 10 cents
might prevent it when $10 wouldn't cure it.
Come to us to have your prescriptions filled, and
for everything kept in a well regulated drug store.
STATIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS
AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES
A liig Kick
a mini make when bla lauudry work l
eent hoiua with porouptue odga and
spread e,'le buttoa holos. If ho would
bring hi lluea to an up-to-date laundry,
where perfect mothod obtain at all
time, such ai the Saloin Steam Laundry,
lie will receive hi shirts, collar
ctiir equal to new every time that
send them home.
SALEH STEAM LAUNDRY
' COLON KK4 J. OLMSTED, Prop.
Leave your or Jen at Kutch'e Barber thop,
with the Salem Mage.
LITTLE PALACE HOTEL
J. M. 5TARK, Prop.
Yon can get...
Our. Everyday "Meal
is as good as our
Sunday Dinner, and
our Sunday Dinner
is decidedly the best
, Meul to bo liad in
town. Try it.
and R-dlilenoe Corner
Nuliee i hereliy (jivt-n thut the undci
aiiined ba lx--n n'iiinted by the llonoi
ahle County Conn of I'olk County, On
lion, alioiiiistitor of (he estnto of Vih
auda Hill, dee. ased. All rrfnm Imlt'bl.
1 . . . . . .... ... u : 1 1 ... . I. .. i I iu
VI lo SHI' I t-Mlll-T sin mi.n" ,, .t..
payment. M mo, and all .ffOii liKvin(
claim axaiiiHt mid t sliUe ailt ptewnt
the nme to me, prujanly verified as by
law required, wilhni niontb lioni
Diited thi 27th dnv of Am"ist, VM,
111.NUV n. ki;io, '
Adminisirator of the estate of
Miiawla Hill, dcceaed. '
Davidson ;& lUdgzs, Prop3.
Clgara, Cl9rit, Tobnocoa and
Flrtt Cla Soda Fountain In con
nection. A CLEAN SHAVE HH
STYLISH KA1R GUT
1 WHAT YOU OICT WKKH VOO ATKUNIM
HH 1MB SI?
E. T. HENKLE, Proprietor
Hot and Cold Baths at all
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