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due mi'ice ett.i pmra memmvva aeenrtinaiy.
J. W. BICH
lurt lmleietHluo No. 80, Forest
re tf Aruerloa, rueeta iw; Tuesday
even lug at 8 o'clock.
W. R. Allln, dentist, Cooper blook.
J. L. Stockton it itrlotly op to data on
bopular pric good.
K. M. Wsd A Co. can mm you money
on isrin wageo.
Kisroln our line of 50c work thlrte.
Tha Kaket Stor,
The Hartford ti considered by many
0 M tia t nwi weue.
IWuiiful rug and tab) eotort, at
J. U. Stockton.'.
At Robinson' chool book at.d
No. 1 seed oatt for tale at Collin'
Soe our lickert at 10 cente. 1
The Raket 8 tor.
Don't overlook that 2d hand drill at
R. M. Wad A Co."! if you want a bar
Habit' and children' dreaeea at J. L.
The 01 Hartford ia the aUndard of
$Si wheel. . ,
West 8ld and Weekly' Statesman,
one year, tt 1 1 1
J. L. Stockton haa lovely gray good
that will make you a beautiful dreta for
Order a nice dreeeed chicken, from
Fahuer Broe. for your Sunday dinner,
S-e the comfort, ihoea, glove, boy'
cKxhin, and lot of thing on our "At
Coot" bargain counter. The Kaket Stor.
PkKel make better stamp picture
and more of them than any other photo
grapher in Polk county. Studio next to
Dr. Ketchum'i office.
For echool tuppliet and school bookt,
go to Robinson'.
J. L. Stockton haa the very latest
flannel for alilrt waial. , .
We want next week SOdoscn chickeni,
10 doaen turkey, 20 doaen ducki, 10
doson geese, 1000 doien egg, and all the
potk and veal you can bring in and we
guarantee the top price.
The committee waa directed to repair
'the jail to an amount not exceeding $40.
if troubled b a weak digestion, lost
of.appetite, or constipation, try a few
Odoe of Chawberlalo'e Btouiacu and
Liver Tablets. Every box warranted.
For sale by Klrklaod Drug Co.
We have .already received two lines
o( wheels; seven different model. Call
and see them. F. E. Chambers.
Freeh oysters, clams, crabs, fish, etc.,
st Palmer Bros.
Palmer Bros, pay cash for eggs, poul
try, etc Call sod see ns.
See our line of Isdie belts. Patent
leather, tritued with gilt braid; buckle
and pulley. Tbe Kaket Stor.
Try Moore,4he barber, north side of
"C" street, opposite Knox's grocery
tore, for s bsir cot or shave.
The Cleveland bicycle is a beauty,
more handsome than ever.
Fancy lace collar are setling fast in
Portland now. They are all the. rage,
1. L. Stockton has them.
Monmouth Illllnery Store.
I have decided to go out of tba millin
ery business this (print: and offer all my
itock of spring millinery at a great re
duction from regular price. I propose
to run a regular bargain bouse nntil
July lrt. I hsve the latest fashion and
a good trimmer. Mrs. O. V. Moons.
Pruning (hears snd saw at
F. E. Chambers.
If you nml a wagon, buggy or carriage
call st K. M. Wsde A Co-'s and they will
surprise you with the bargain they
Bovr' men'i and women's half sole st
F. E'. Chambers.
Shawl straps, 4 feet long IS cent.
' ' 6 " "20 cents.
The Raket Stor.
Tbe city council met Toesday evening.
The Beat Blood Purifier.
Tbe blood Is constantly being purified
by tbe lungs, liver and kidneys. Keep
these organs in a healthy condition and
tbe bowels regular and you will have
no need of a blood purifier. For this
purpose there' la nothing equal to
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
If ta, one dose of them will do you more
good'than a" dollar bottle of tbe best
blood purifier. Price 25 oents. Samples
free at Kirkland's drug store.
When in Balem and you want a good
meal-don't forget to go to Strong's
Kwtaurant, where everything tbe mar
ket affords can be bad.
Columbia and Hartford aicency.
F. E. Chambers
J. H. Moore, tbe barber on C street,
now handles Newbro'a Herpicide, the
ruinous dandruff cure, endorsed by all
the leading barbers of Portland and all
cities in the east. Qive it a trial and
save your hair,
There i no wheel on the market that
hag stood the tett equal to tbe Crescent.
This sifBatara fa on arery boa of tb isnsla
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Taw
the ramedv that eases cwM ia asss day
zz r r
g BOYS' SUSPENDERS, 10c to 15c. 3
I Zk Hats-Hats-Hats
Z. We have now in our line of crash hats
for men, ladies and boys.
Also our regular lines. ZSt
E THE RAKET STOR 1
Last .Friday evening th whUt club
met wiib Dr. and Mm. Butler. Mr. J.
E. Kirkland and Mr. Kutch wara cham
ptona while Mr. and Mr. Goodman had
to content themaslve with tb contola
lion prtiet. Tbl Friday evening tha
'b will meet with Mr. and Mrs. Brant.
It was cold enough on Wednesday to
Dr. Ketchum 1 having an addition
omit on hi bouaa.
Tha town of Sheridan ha an epidemic
Tha Modoc tmashsd into tha Buena
Viata tarry last week and tha company
Assessment No. 3 lor the A. O. U. W.
and No. 3 for the D. ol II. hsv been
called for April.
Monday was the opening day tor tha
trout season. Did anyone go out? Wert
any trout caught?
Rev, E. J, Thompson, ol Corvallia,
will preach at the Praabyterlan church
Sunday morning, April 7th.
W. Q, Bharman haa moved hi tailor
(hop to tha Independence National bank
building where ha I comfortably located.
W, Q. Creasy went to Corvallia on
Wednesday to make a deal with hi
Fred Douty to (hipping car load of
potatoes every little while. A carload ia
now ready for (blpment to Mexico,
Frank and Jet Whlteaker left on
Wednesday morning tor South Bend,
Monday, all tool' day, was rather
quiet. Tha Wast 8idb hasn't yet heard
of many Joke being played. Roe Kirk
land perpetrated one on Grocer Cat
breath, but It cost him tha treats.
The entertainment by the W. R. C.
ha been postponed to the 13th. On of
tba attraction will be a solo or two by
8enator Doughty, ot Monmouth, which
will be a treat.
M. J. Palmer, ot Albany, was a visitor
here during the week, returning to hi
home on Monday. Mr. Palmer ton
are In tha commission business here.
Tha Forester will give a social at the
opera house Saturday evening. Quits a
number of invitation have been issned
and a good time ii anticipated (or those
Henry Patterson was with tha boy
here during tha week. Henry can't (lay
away from Independence every little
white ha mutt look in on tbe scenes of
Anyone having gentle horses to
"break" over had better Inquire of
Kutch, Owen, Hooper or June a to the
beat mean required. That' what
"Roe" Kirkland suggests.
Albany has raised $500 for tbe purpose,
and I preparing a pamphlet descriptive
ol tbe advantage and resource ot Linn
county for distribution In tbe east. A
headquarter will be maintained at the
Buffalo exposition for distribution of the
Last Tbnrrlay a number ot Independ
ence Maton went over to Dallas to as
sist tha lodge there In conferring the
degree upon two candidate. Among
those going from here were C. W. Irvine,
Q. L. Hawkins, H. Hirschberg, J. 8.
Cooper and W. P. Connaway.
Mr. Rathbun, a custodian of the work
for the Masonic order in this state, wa
in Independence Monday evening for tha
purpose of giving instruction to tbe
member of Lyon lodge. Owing to no
notice of bl coming being ent in ad
vance but few member were out to
The party who told you that tha Ore
gon Fire Relief Association i dead or
dying, was mistaken. The association
is doing 75 per cent more business at
.. r.n.u.nt Lima than it was during the
corresponding period of last year. If
,, .I.h farther information in regard
to the association, a "
Hodue. at Independence, will have the
, .. ..i a n a
Th. warns to be a disposition among
.i.. t.rvMtia business men ol our
city to allow those who are crying, re-
ortn ana insisting m
garding saloon be enforced, a chance to
rake their own chestnut out of the flr
instead of standing back and wlting for
somebody to do it for them. II the city
council and city officer look after the
enforcement of the city law and ordi
nance, they will have plenty to do with
out interfering In Ute affairs.
,,ar a rnm IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet
Alldruggtata reiunu me iuuj
i . tnre. E.W. Grove'. .Ignature
Is on each box. 25c.
Bottled beer for
familv use to
be had at
GALE'S castle saloon.
Snsnenders are Z2
lop Bold Beer
Al JTV ws essaaaA
broken or disabled get a
new pair at the 5
RAKET STOR, 25c to 50c.
Ura. J, 0. Gardiner, ot Salem, ia visit
ing her aitter, Mr. A. J. Tupper.
Mr. J. It. Patterson, ot Parker, 1
visiting relative near Independence.
Mr, Anna CulbarUon, having grad
uated front a buslnes college In Port
land, la at home one mora.
Ml Kat Ketchum spent a few day
last week at Corvalll a the guest ot
Mia Juantta Uoeendorf.
Ml Em Richardson and cousin,
Ml Moeck, arrived her from Portland
Monday to vilt Mi Richardson' par
M. 0, Pottsr, a former budnee man
ot Independence, wa In town during
tha week telling oar merchant 'torn
Mil. Ora Cottier, itate secretary of
tha Rebekaht, wa in the city Tuesday
evening on an official visit with Mr.
Tha Eastern Btar chspter will hold
Easter tervlce In tha Masonic ball Sun
day, April 7, at 8 t All Interested
art cordially invited.
Tba Ladle ot tb Maocahe will meet
tonight (Friday) to elect a delegate to at
tend th state convention which meet
at Portland thl month.
Mr. Jame Harm had tha misfortune
to fall and break her arm above tha el
bow lad week. She ha differed con
ilderableat the (ractur wa severe
Mrs, A. J. Goodman entertained the
Rebekah at her home on Tuesday, giv
ing a reception In honor ot Mr. J, K.
Weatherford, tba itat president, and
Mrs. Ora Cosper, th state secretary.
Mrt. J. K. Weatherford, president ot
the itate Rebekaht, wa In Independ
ence on an otllolal visit to the local lodge
on Tuesday evening. She left on Wed
nesday'! train for Forest Grove.
At a aieettng ot tha Rebekah lodge
Tuesday evening ona candidate was
initiated. Delegates to the state meet
ing at Dakar City on May 21st were
elected si follows Mm. E. T. Ilenkle,
Mrt. J. D. Irvine, Mrt. J. N. Jones.
Mrt. F. N. Gilbert, of Salem, visited
several dayi with Mrt. W. P. Connaway,
leaving (or her home on Tuesdsy morn
Ing't boat. On Monday Mrt. Connaway
gave a reception In honor of her guest.
Though tht day was stormy many ladies
attended the reception.'
Rev.-Arthur Llndsey, ot McMlnovllle,
lectured Monday and Tuesdsy evenings
In the interest ot tha Mace lie lodge.
His subjects were "Men and Grasshop
pers," and "Women and Butterflies."
The lectarea were well attended and
several member were added to the
Tbe Campbell hoy sold a lot of furni
ture to a man from Falls City. When It
come right down to business propoal
tlons, ths merchants of Independence
csn and do beat their competitor at
Dallas and other point. A little more
judiciou and liberal advertising by our
merchants would psy tor itself in In
creased buslnes in a short time.
There was a little social gathering at
Geo. W. Whlteaker' on Sunday even
ing to inspect and teat tha new piano
lately installed. The vnlng was given
up to muilo, Ben Whitesker rendered
several piece of tb old M0 music pn bis
violin. Then there wai a piano duet by
Prof. Kantner, of Dallas, and Miss Nellie
Whlteakert piano solo by Prof. Kantner
and piano and vocal solos by Mrs. T. D.
Csmpbell; refreshment were then
served and participant took their de
parture (or home.
The Dallas city election Monday wa
hotly contested, resulting a follow t
Mayor, M. M. Ellis; police Judge, Dan
P. Btouffer; marshal, J, M. Grant;
councilmsn-stlsrge, J. C. Hayter; coun
cilman, first ward, T. A. Riggs; second
wsrd, W. G. Vassal! ; third ward, A. B.
Muir. M. M. Ellis wa th only success
ful csndldate on the law and order
ticket, snd be probably would not have
been elected but for bi popularity.
Corvalli hats come Into prominence as
an egg center, ssys the Times. An egg
wsr between two local flrnx has made a
stir in the. market. From every. direc
tion egg are arriving in abundance. On
account of the ' wsr,' eg are. higher
priced at Corvallis than at Portland.
They are 3 or 4 cent higher than at Al
bany. They are 15 cent a doten to the
farmer wbo bring them to town, al
though consumers may buy them at any
(tore In town at 12 cent a doten.
Mayor Stockton, the originator of the
idea to issue bond for the purpose of
taking up city warrant and reducing
the rate of interest from 6 to 4 per cent,
1 much encouraged over the prospect ot
the successful outcome of his plan. Be
fore the subscription book were opened
letter were received asking for fully
one-third of the entire issue, One firm
in Chicago wants to make a private bid
for the entire 8HO00. The committee
cannot entertain this proposition now,
however. Recorder Judah, of Salem,
wa here Friday evening, and explained
the plan to a goodly number of interest
ed people, and left a request with the
committee for $1000 worth of the bonds.
There teems no doubt but that the en
tire amount will be subscribed long be
fore th time let for closing the books-
Remaining uncalled for in the post office at
inaepenuuuee, urogon, on Apr, 1, mow
Berber, MriG Bekker, Peter
Davit, H M Elliott, Nannie
When calling for these letten please
ay advertised. J. A. Wbbki.br, P. M.
Card of Thanks.
On behalf of relativei and friendi,
thanki are hereby extended to the kind
neighbor! and friendi ot Independence
and vicinity, for their very kind and un
selfish atiiitance and service rendered
during the late illness of Mrs. Rider.
May God in till providence be merciful
to you all. O. D. Rider and children.
Tli Easy to Feci Good.
Countless thousands have found a
kiuimi n tha hndv In Dr. Klncr't New
Life Pills, wbloh positively cure Con
stipation, B1CK neauaoue, lsiraiut-sn,
fo..ntlu Malaria. Kavar and Airue and
all Liver and Stomach troubles. Puroly
vegetaoie; never gripe or weuseu. yuiy
'Zoo at jurwana urug uu,
tl. k.. 0..a.l.tlii-ifi Malaria
Chills and Fever, is a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is limply Iron
and quinine In a tasteless form, No
cure, no pay. Prloe, 60c
Ilk aa4 Meos Eoli. .
W. C. Gaidar ha negotiated .til'ST
of a controlling Interest In th Xk t
Moot mining claim to party of T
nia capitalist, who, also lurnUh jjtrf
fuudt tor development, The 0
war located and owned bv Che
Stock mam and ant iltoalad at the )l
ot MoOullough fork, near tha rich Mi
ThlprorKly tildU)baB viwpiC
titng on, tha ledge being five ! tr ' r P "I"1 hrln' .
and lying la loft yellow porphyfjf t lOaorgo and Ed puhd good and atrong
tween slat and granlt toundttoi,A :i h critical point Oliver gava tb
tromlbliioorctbrlcbpla(iJtuibi;iw raharp cut with tha whip
low war fed Tbe panning from differ-1 rch wa oolortunately left In bl car.
ml nnlnla an tha ladtn show BBUSB' .
amount! of court gold.
J, Win Wilson, on whose opinion lb3T
property wa accepted, reported to havt
also found to ins high grade gold bearing
lulphuret that had been overlooked by
th prospector. Mr. Wilson I winning
hi way to th front rank among mining
ninn In this illatrlrt. Another tuiDOrtant
deal in which h figured wa th sal ot
the Gall Borden group, In tba Cracker
Ths price paid tor th Elk and Moot
I not mad nubile, but all part lee con
cerned aeem to he satisfied with ths
transaction. Work will be prosecuted
energetically iron now on. numpter
The Mr. Wilton referred to In th
abov dipping 1 th son ot t W. Wil
son, railroad agent at Airlie. , He bona.
of our own boy raited on tha luckla-j
mut and tclvooled In th country, teljooj
bouse. . --,r ,r- s?
Ai our butcher In th year at' Itt ami
'Wi he wa not a luoretifttl a h wished
to be to wound up bosloess and turned
hi fact toward th it and tougbt for
tune In tb golden hill of Bumpier. -
At Drat be made slow progress In th
business he to little knew, but by bard
work and long study ha ''gained ground",
and knowledge. Now ha la doing a nice
business In buying anJ selling mining
claims, eiperting mine, Incorporating
companies (or development work and
handling stock. II now ranks a an
experienced miner and prospector and
enjoy th distinction ot being at least
successful in all his doing linos ho bai
engaged In bit new line of trade. 1
Mulngt from Moamonlh.
Jones, th butcher, ha closed out so
we have no ihoo In town. "
Rev. 0. Kelly, who baa been working
ai an evangelist In Eastern Washington,
has returned bom. " ; ,
' Miss Carrie Haley, who I now leech
ing at Fall Citv, will teach a summer
school on Itock creek.- " "
Mr. Turner, of Falls City; It trying to
Induct some of tha farmers to' plant
broom corn, ha will furnish the seed snd
pay them well tor their labor. II the
experiment proves ueceful be will
then sgree to buy all thty can raise.
From the beautiful evening melodies,
ws would Infer that tbe band boy ar
expecting to be in' readiness for torn
plcn'cs this spring.
Dr. Sheldon, ol the educational de
partment ot th Stat University, de
livered the chapel talk at tha Normal
school on Tuesday morning and remain
ed to visit tbe school Tuesday and Wed
nesday. , ; ,
It 1 reported that Mr. Eaton -and
family art to taovw-sa Oregon City tooa.4
Lawo tennl has been resurrected this
Some preparation I being made to
ward th athletic contest to be held at
MoMlnnvllle torn Urn later in tbe
Dr. Kellogg, pastor ot the Taylor
Street Methodist ohurcb, ot Portland,
delivered an literestlng add res to a
large audience In the chapel Friday
evening, the (object waa "Th Boy
The process of reference ia Indeed
wonderful s applied to tome catM! for
Instances Charlie bidet Willie's bat;
Willie refen the matter to hit training
teacher; who refers it to the critic; who
refen It to the principal; who refers it
to Charlie's fattier; who refers Charlie
to his knee, Well,' we will Just lest
you' to Imagine the next ' reference.
The plsn ot summer fallowing the
roads has been .discussed pretty thor
oughly for the past forty yean and It
wai generally understood that it pro
duced no other crop than mud, but wa
found a man in this community who has
proved b) actual experiment that tbii ii
a mistake for be did tuch a good Job on
the clay hills south ot here that th citl
sen are raising old wagons snd buggiei
and the comment! they make on the
work re not very complimentary,
John Cox bai a lady sheep that ii as
good ai a gold rain. Less than a year
ago this ewe gave birth to three lamlx
and this spring the hai repeated. In
the meantime each one of these kids,
which now happen to be ewes, dropped
a lamb which will eventually turn into
ewes. Mr. Cox teem particularly ter:
tnnate In the sheep business, his flock
last year hiving Increased 200 per cent;
that ii he his three timet a many now
ai h,e bed at the beginning ot the year.
Job Couldn't Have Stood It
If he'd bad Itching Piles. . They're
terribly annoying; but Bucklen'i Arni
ca Halve will cure tbe wont case of pile
on earth. It bat cured thousands. For
Injuries, Palo or Bodily Eruption It's
the best salve in the world. Prloe 25o
a box. Cure guaranteed. Bold by Kirk'
land Drug Co.
It is exceedingly gratifying forme to sthte that I have re
ceived very good results from my" advertisement in the WEST
BIDE, in so ranch that it brought me many customers who had
the money (or in other words flunked the cash down) And
that is what I am after. . . The cn(stomers weft very much pleased
with their bargains and I waa equally pleased to get the money.
I have just received the finest line of Gentlemen's shoes; see
samples in my display windows)' and lots of novelties arrive
daily in Star shirts, neglige shirts; plenty of new styles in neck,
wear for Spring to select frdm.' ; f
Now, Mr. Editor, as my profit is so very small, I regret not
being able to offer "Prises" But then, again, that would be a
violation of the postal laws; and "then," again, everybody knows
that in the long run the purchasof has to W tot the ''prize." I
give every purchaser individually a prizes-genuine, quality at
the lowest price. It is mv aim to undersell any house in Inde
pendence and you can be easily convinced by purchasing your
suits, hats, shoes,' hose, etc. at the WHITE HOUSE. . m
V i "Tinos, Mania i"
k' Bunday afternoon JPred Hooper
ught he'd take a baggy ride, o b
xltad up Mettle, the bay mar Mr.
!M tued to drive to th tullk wagon,
itarted out that It, be tried to itart
i 1 Maltl wouldn't go. About tbl
3 George Kutch and Ed Owen bap-
led along and Volunteered to push
' behind while Oliver Jones, who
1 L . t . I t il
? bow In light, handled tha jrlbboni,
- Old tsar lUrtWl, looking ftelllier 10
trio right nor to th left, and aha didn't
go alow either. Oliver managed to bold
her down-and stopped her after going
i hundred and fllty yard, to lot Frd In.
Tht antra. : refusing to itart ba laid
on tbt whip rather heavily and ,"iube-
' ii i .... . . a
queni proceeding iiiieresieu nun no
With a luund tht mart itarted, bretk-
lot tha tingle-tree, going out ot the
haft and leaving the buggy behind.
Oliver refuted to let go and followed tht
mire. He alighted on hi bead in th
hard graveled road, and Fred teeing the
pilot leave the ship, concluded not to
tarry and made I flying lean too.
After lrcllnt ironod tba block .the
jurat was caugk) Wl nothing on but
IT i a. n a ' ii.. a t I -
tne.Druua. VHy' i uauiy oruiseu oy
fslHng on tire ifavefind it will ba'tomt
tlwa before he hVai good as aver." '
"J A TeUnlqiilal From Old Eaflanl.
""I j.ildei' Chain berialiiV Cough
Remedy the best lu th world for brnn-
cbitW,M aa.fa Mr, 'tVlltlaiu pavory, of
WarrlngKin, Englsiid "H aaved my
witt lire, tht having been a uiartyi to
bronchlll . .for .over six year, being
rdoat of tbe time confined to her bed.
Shell now quite well." It la a great
pleasure to to matiufsoturers of Chsui
benatn'k Cough Remedy to ba able to
publish testimonials of this character.
They1 ahow tha imt good ta being
dottf, pain artd'iuireriilg relieved and
. . . a ... a i.a. j
yaluabi uvea reswreo 10 neaun ana
bapplnw by this remedy. It It for
sala ry Kirkland Drug Co-
The Oregon Fir JUilitd Association,
wfttt headquarter at MflMinnvllle, Ore-
ti' a a s I I..
gon, hat Nverai nuncreu menioers in
Polk county, who hsve aecured their In-
lurapoa for aclasl cost, u The association
I now aavtng It memiwr aliout liM) a
div In tit (tale. There were 884 certl-
Bcwtei ot Imurance Issued from the 1st
lohe25thof March, which j conclu
tlv evidence 61 a good healthy growth
nq"afe reliable Insurance. D. A. Hodge
ol Indai'iendence, ii tgeut for Polk coun
ty, and would be glad to call on anyone
la ,h county Interested in securing in
aranc at actual cost. -
it!io ear load of fencing lumber wr
received from th Thurston Broa mill at
Dattaa this week. . Tba Jumber came (or
If iampball and Ii for us at Horst Bros
bov yard below lodependenca a few
The Beat Beaedj ftr Kbc amatbm.
IK? mox PAItf.
AM wtut uas ('hamtiarlaln'a
ftkltfi ; fur rheumatism are delighted
with the quick relief from pain It af
ford.' metfl peaking of this Mr. D.
N.Htoka, of Troy, Ohio, lay: "Howe
tlhJ ago I bad a severe attack of rheu
ntatlaaa In my arm and ihoulder. I
trleal numerou rernedle but got no re
lief, , until I was recommended by
Messrs. Geo. F. Parsoni dt Co., drug-
gisl ot this place, to try Chamberlains
Pals Balm. They recommenaea so
highly that I bought a bottle. wa
todn relieved of all pain. I have since
leoommended tbl liniment to many of
tat friends, wbo agree with me that It
Is the best remedy for muscular rheu
matism In the market" For sale by
Kirkland Drug Co.
( The Florence Sanatorium,
1 . Malem, Oregon.
A flrtt-filart private hospital for tbe
treatment or etiromo ana surgical.
Brtlft during the past year especially
Ii tha nuriMwe for which It la used.
(Snaewnentlv local td within four
blocks of tbe business part or tne city.
The most modern fifrnlshinRS and lat
est annllauoea throuiihout the bulldlug.
Healod by hot water; lighted by gas
and electricity.. Here the sick can have
tin comforts of an elegant private
home, with all the advantages of a
seoeraJ hospital. Outside pbysiolaui
bflaglog In patients treated with the
gfeaMel courtesy, ana assisiea id opera
tlona if reaueated.i '
For terms apd further Information
write or annlv personally to
, U. CAKTWKIOHT, M. D.,
Visitors welcomed from 2 to 4 P. M.
'Uv;' To the Deaf.
A rloh lady cured of her deafness
and noise In the head by Dr. Nichol
son's Artificial Ear Drums, pave f 10,000
to bl Institute, o that deaf people un
able to procure the ear drums may have
them free. Addres No. 18184-0, The
Nicholson Institute, ... 780, JKIgbth
Avenue, New York, U. B. A.
jr . (Hena ne ineir names. ,
. Thousands of Eastern people will
take advantage of the oheati rates to the
North west In elleot every Tuesday irom
February n to April so.
ij They are the loweat In years.
li you nave any menus w no are min
ing of corning West, send me their
names and I will have our representa
tives look them up furnish them with
advertising matter -reserve berths see
that tbey have a quick and comfortable
trip. . A. U. BHELIWN,
t General A sent.
2-8 1 4-60 . Burlington Koute, Portland
Stat or Oslo, 0.-- nt Tnisuo.f .
i,UI (l t. 1
.CHtvuiaie.liiht e In lb
on u f 'u of lb tirra (if t. J.O.ir-nT a
en. dirt.i. biMlntM, la ths Cilr of Timrtii,
( hit sua IinI iiaunMlit. anrt ibsi (! firm
f M i".v lu sum ol O.SK IIDMH Kll m;U
LH1,orM(;UM(1iVioiuMo( 'mr h that
r:i .nun titsuia by ILm iih u( IUU's Ct.mii
f ItANaT 1. ('HXM'.Y.
nwoiMtobofnrs tat and mil.wrllHd la tnf
piu, Wis lib day ol ItMcmlMi. A. t. inui,
l-, 4. W,UI,KAX()N,
JsI.J Aalory public.
Maii'iCs sirSCnisI latts Inlcnalr and
aia dl ily us Hi liliiod anil mucnus kiirliu'M
0 lilt triMMa. tnd for i.Uinoiilal, In-.,
r, J. I ll KNUV CU ToMo, O.
told tlV rilMllli.-.T.Kl,
Hall's family nils ai tns bt.
i I'l'IIMC BUHISEHH.
ibstract of Initramenti Filed In Polk
County Mar. f 6 to Apr. 1, 1901.
J A Gibson to W B Cuppy, 320a T I!
ilunsaker d I o tp 0 1 r 6, 7, w-$ l.'OO.
Sheriff, VanOrtdel, to Bell Wolf,
hit In 80 sec M tp 8 1 r 6 w-1137.
NluaMKIrkpslrlcktoRena I) Hart,
100x100ft 8 Bhelton d 1 0, Dllai-700,
N A Newbill to A B Cockerbam, 134
Levi Burden d I e tp 6 1 r 7 w-t-100.
W C Brown to Phoebe Conlee, It 1 blk
8, Germantown add Dal I as-$50.
B F Mulkey to II B Tingle (qt el), n
of n w H of tec 19 tp 9 1 r 0 wi 20,
M 0 and F K Hubbard to F O Ray.
mond, III 8, 9, blk L, Falls City 133.
W T Sister to Oliver M Jones, 100.0a
II Young and E C Dice d I ct tp 8 r 4 w
Wm Uallowty to G E Sellert (bai on
patent), 100 mU tp 7 1 r 6 w-; 1
Fold County Bank to CIihi Hopkln,
It 6 blk R, 1st add Falls City $12 50.
' Nasal Catarrb qulokly ylchls to treat
msnt by l'Jy's Cream iJalut, which Is euro.
hly aroiiiullc It Is reoolved through th
uonlrlU, oleansaa and heals ths whole sur
face over whiuh It ditTiUH'S iUelf. lmiguista
loll ths 50a. aix Trial sir by until, 10
esuts. Test it and you are sure to continue
To aooomwoant those who are partial
to Uio use of atomiser In Bpi'lying Ii'tnid!
into Uie naaal iiuayes for ftUurnnl trou
Mti, tbs proprietors propers Cream Balm in
liquid form, which will be known as Ely's
liquid Crciun lialm. Price hidmling ill
praying tube is 75 esnta. IfruKgists or by
niaiL The liquid form omlxxllwi the lued
IoImI pruperum of lbs solid prepaiiitloB.
A Salem firm again captured the Polk
county mohair pool this year. On Fri
day, the SHh, the Polk County Mohair
Asaciatlon held a sale at 1 p. m., there
being over 11,000 fiWe in the pool, and
they were auction! off to the highest
bidder.. Wm,. Brown A Co., of Salem,
Oregon, purchased the entire lot -at 22
cents per pound, There were five other
bidders. This Is considered one of tbe
finest loti of mohslr that was ever got
ten together In the itate, snd Is easily
worth froin one to two cents per pound
more than the average lot. There was
about 100 goat breeders in attendance.
The Dallas lodge of Masons will have
work Saturday evening and tome ot our
boyi think ot chartering the motor to
attend and assist In the work.
Partie having businee with the First
National Dank ar directed to call at
Room 2, Cooper Block, where they can
be attended to. J. 8. Cooi-ss,
H. M. LINES
For Wall Paper, Window Shades,
Picture Frames, etc.
Furniture of all kinds repaired.
Oflloe with the Telephone company
WANTfCD.-Caplblc, reliable imnmn in
tvnr; ennnly U ruprnxial largo romnny of
snllil tliiam-lai riuliiiton; few utlarjr xr year,
payauia wmjuiy; h pvr u auwiiuwiy iun
and all sximiiiim; "tmiulil, Ixina rlilt, definite
alary, no eiminilHiliin; wilnry paid rarb
HalurdMV and xim.iim imiiiii'V advamwd xh
Wink. Bl AW1IAKU liUUHN, IM lKrlMirO
The operation of through
trains botwicu San Francisco
and Los Angeles, Via Surf
and Santa Barbara, will be
MONDAY MARCH 31, 1901
on the new
Two Through Trains Daily.
The Coast Line Limited
leaving each tormina! in the
morning, equipped with cle
cunt cafe and parlor car
will make daylight trips
through tbe most pictur
esqtie, varied and eutertain
ing scenes on the continent
Inquire of ageuts of the
ORloe'and IUldenoe Corner Railroad
W. U. Sharman,
Bank buiMing, Monmouth st.,
Some People Think
Because we olTer them such a fine
looking ring for such a small
amount of money that it must be
plated or filled.
Not bo, however, for we carry
nothing but solid Gold Biuga and
sell them on a very olose margin.
i ours lor Kings,
6. A. KRAMER & CO
Jeweler and Optician,
Thurston Lumber Company,
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
Dry Stock always on Hand, also Cedar Shingles.
NOTK: We have a tint-class dry kiln which enables ut to give you tbor
oughly dry lumber.
" DOCTOR UP"
Changeable weather between two seasons encour
ages your chronic troubled and inflicts upon you
much petty icknsH. 'utter ward it off. 10 cents
might prevent it when $10 wouldn't euro it.
Coino to uh to have your prescriptions filled, and
for everything kept in a well regulated drug (store.
STATIONERY, SCHOOL BOOKS '
' AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES
A Bureau i
The Durlinglon ticket office In Portland is s veritable
Bureau of Information fur travelers a place where
they can It-am what it will cost to reach ANY point in
America or Europe; how long the trip will take, and
what there Is to see on the way,
If you are figuring on so eastern trip, drop in and
gel full infui million, or. if you prefer, write me about it.
Omaha, Chicago. Kaunas City, St. Louis and
SOUTH and EAST
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO
Train lve Initrpvadenc for 1 otl'mid and
wny autumn l !i i- tn. ,
Leave lur itirvauu i u;wi s. ni.
!i a. m.
li: "0 v. in.
, U Ki a.m.
, Mil p. in.
7;l. i. in.
. s, m.
,' ::w a. ra,
, 7 '.V'.m.
, 7:12 a, m.
7:. p. m.
II j. m
li M.u. in.
5-00 a., m.
K:IU a. Ul
H-Vi . m
i.tio i. w
s- 'ji . m
l!:i a. in
"i :il a. in
8 .UO . m
fj-.tJ a. m
U:IU i. in
" Han Kriul ...
" KmiMia City...,
" tm A nar In
" Kl l
' City of MoJtlCO..
" N Orkm....
" WMhliiRlnn , ...
" Kw York
AMI i. to,
it-.m a. in.
Tsui a. m.
: l . in.
M a. in.
U:W p. m.
Pullman anil Tourlut cam on both trains
CI air cars Haiwiieiibi la iliiilon ami Kl I'ano
ami Uiurlut corn ta VMeo, HI. lAiiits, New
CoiiuiwtliiK at tin ti Fmiii'luco with ertr
ti'Hiiikhlp lluoti for Honolulu. Jhimii, t lilua
rtilUH'loi'ii.OMtral ami tloiilu America.
HwMii. O. A. Wtuvx allni1(:Kn.li:npo sta
tlon.oraitilrviia C. H. MARKKA VI,
Uuiiorat I'aaacnRer AguiU i'ortliiuJ, Or.
A CLEAN SHAVE '
H STYLISH RAIR GUT
IS WHAT YOU OKT WHKK YOlf PATHOXUK
Kutch'e Barber Shop.
ludeppndeuce . Oregon
Dan P. Stouefer.
k JitIes. ,
Main Street Dallas, Oregon
anvtlilnsf you Invent or improve I also K-t i
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PROTECTION. Mtnd niottl, krlch, or jilioto.
for fum exauiinat-ion and ailvit's. '
BOOK ON PATENTS fue bul'ore patent. ,
Patent Lawyers. WASHINGTON. D.C. '
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niiloklr iwwirtiim our oplnlun Irm wnaUier a
Ttiniin' on Id protmtily mli;ntnM. Cnnimnnioa.'
tlcmnmrlotlyconllrtontliU. lUnilhooUon lntauU
ml. Ikio. oliiiwt aijeiioy for niwurmn pHtont.
I'Btoiitii tlnn t lirouiih Muim tu. rooulT
(partii notlca. without olmrua, ill tli
A imiKldomoly lllnatratnd moMf. tmrmt rtr.
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your i four montha, L Bold by all newsdenloin.
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COPYRICHTS AND DESIGNS.
Send yonrbnalneaadlraet to Wanhlnirton,
nvtti Um, coata Um. better aerviue.
Ily offlm don to V. S Patent Offlct. TRIE pnllnlB'
try UMnlnttloni madt.
ry UMnlnauon, rnadf . Any', na not duo until
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to., mo frM. PaUnta
Book "HowtoobUln Patent,"
ncelT, iptolftl notfoo, without luug In tho
irocnrM throngn . . Hits!
im ot ti. a, snow ia.
918 F St.. N. W.,
A. C. SutLDONGeneral Agent,
Third and Stark Sis., Portland, Ore. '
v TIME TABLE
Curroi teil to dulo.
Leavsa luil(l. Lum Alrlle for
nea tor Monmouth Monai oath sad
and Alrllr. Indepcndenoa.
lit swau j e oo a-m.
S:S0 a. 8 00
Uavm ladeptind- teav.. Dulla. for
" " . I Moiimoulh anil In-
noafur Moamontb drpcudtittcs.
and UallM. i
lltSOa. ai. " 830 "
U.v. Monmouth! forlnSepndnc.
for Alrlln. , B:4S , m.
. l.-.to a. m.
7 00 a. m. ltlt
S:A9 p.m. AiSS m.
:Ot p. m.
forUallaa. Lars Indvpand-
; nc fur Monmouth'
II to a. tn. -
7:30 p in. 8:05 p. m.
i i 0
and UfiioiM Pacific
Uepari TIME SCHEDULES. Arrive
for From lu(Upuuai'Doe from
HtJfilil X Worth. Omaha,
MOam Kanww City, 8t. 4 30 p. m
Ml Dm Wortli.Omaha.Kau. 810 t m,
via Ifunt. " t:"' 8l- ,jOU''
injttou CWcano ani JBtwU
M Paul Walla Walla, Lewis- "
Kt Mail ton, Hiiokttue, Mill-
60 a in U(hm1Ik, Ht. laiil, ' ni.
via iHilulti, Milwaukee,
BM)ianfl ChlcHitu and East.
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE.
- All KHiHllg lllltlB 811 b-
n in Jwt u Phause .
Kor wan Kramilsoo p. m.
.Snlln every 6 days
Dally Columbia Klver "
r xSumluy sumuiara. t,4P-m; '
Saltirday To Astoria and Way-
.,.7.?-.i". , Vamliin Klver. P '1
liimi.Tlnu Mon. .Wed,
Kudnt. Orestoc itMly. Day ton, anaWi.
aud W ay-Luudiugt
Willamette Klvor.' :!Wp. m.
HUud sit." return to Corvall la
and Sat. an)J WHyaiB1Kllug8
LyKlparl sTiaVeltlverT Le1
Dully rllpttria to Irfwlstmi. a. tu.
steamers to Purtktud from Independence
Modou lenves CorvalliB for Portland Mondays
WodneBdaYs and Kridnyu atSa 111, hkhi iik
ltiili'lcndoiu"o at 11 111, KiMuruliii, leaveH
Portland Tm'!idx3'lmr8dft)'8 and Satur
dnys.pmisiiiK iiVifcU'UCoHt tt p m
Until lunves InHRffliicefor Portland Tnes
ilys, Tliursibii'i Aiul , Saturdays hi Am 111.
Rcturnlug loaves Portland for Independence
Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday at Sa in
arriving at Indepeudunoe at 6 p in.
AI HERREN, Agent,
Steamers Altona and Pomona
. EVERY V',I)Y, Huuday
excepted,, 8,t 7:00 a. m., for
v. y 7 7: :i 7., 7
For Fligh t w Pasainje ap
ply on bonrdthe boat, or to
J.- E. HUBBARD, .
Independence - Oregon,