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We have a good stock of
Sulphur - - - Sacks
Billing Cloth - Twine
At the lowest prices
The Best at
Our New Fall stock is in now so
we can supply your wants in a very
Obt Neu) 1901
Will be the best ih thecountry and
we want the people to knoW'it, next
week we will tell you mpre about it,
you must watch this space for we
will set the pace.
THE BEST AT
During hop7picking season will
run nightand day. We will be head
quarters as usual for good things to
The Best at
The markets on about every thing
are firm and advancing. We have
bought heavy at old prices, so our
prices are attractive. Come in and
THE WEST SIDE
J08. A, C. BRANT, Editor and Publisher.
. $1 SO
THURSDAY, Al'UUdT 29, 1101.
A Gratifying Result.
An Alabama Sheriff and his as
Bistants did a good job yesterday,
that will have some weight to
counterbalance the bad reputation
which southern states have gained
for lynching accused negroes. A
negro who had assaulted a woman
had been tried, proven guilty, and,
under an Alabama law, condemned
to death. There was no doubt that
the sentence would be dromptly
carried ont. The father of the out
raged girl pleaded with the mob to
let the law take its course, patriot
ically and nobly saying: "If you
have any respect for my feeling3, if
I can have any weight in your
hearts, let me urge you, as good
citizens, to go home and obey the
law, and I will never cease to thank
you from the bottom of my heart."
Yet a mob of men gathered and be
gan firing into the court house and
at the officers. The fire was re
turned and two of the would-be
lynchers were mortally wounded.
They then dispersed, and the Crimi
nal was saved for a legal execution
This is a gratifying and valuable
termination of the incident. Tim
ehould be the result in other such
cases, until lynchers learn that ii
SB likely to be some of them, rathei
than the prisoner who will suffer
death in the affair.
If there is ever any excuse foi
lynching there was certainly none
in the case, as there was if possible
even less in the case of the mob al
Pierce City, Mo., who a few days
ago, on account of one negro's al
leged crime, began to drive out, with
fire and shotguns, destroying their
homes and killing or wounding
several innocent people, all the
negroes of the place. Stern punish
ment should somehow be meted out
tcfthe leaders of such mobs. Telegram.
Amont! the telimpMe tlispatelw
Irom (liut'rent part ol tlio ut
notice whore a iiumWr of oltctric light
plants were compelled to shut down on
Recount of tliu luen blocka mg limned
out. Notwithstanding the fact that tin
Rtorm was undoubtedly ua severe in this
locality as rlecwlntre in the statu the
electric light plant here continued to
run as thouuli nothing unusual was
happeniiiK, not' io much as a dicker
being noticable in the limits, which fact
is due to the up-to-date nu'tlioda of the
managers, who keep their plant equipped
with all the late iiiiprovumeiita, among
the latest being a lightening arrester,
which serves to direct the current iuto
the ground instead of allowing it to
enter the fuse blocks and t hero by dig'
abling the plant.
one year, $2.
and Pacific MomuHlead,
THE HOME (fOLD Cl'ltB.
An Iiiiri'iiliuiH Treatment by which
Drunkard ore Itelng Cured Daily
In Spile of Themselves.
The Monroe doctrine is old, but
' it has been gaining strength right
along. The united States intends
to enforce it in the Columbia-Venezuelan
has received fair warning on this
point. Good-sized American ves
sels will be in the Carribean until
this South American difficulty is
settled. No interference by any
European will be permitted. These
Central and South American
wrangles are discreditable and em
barrassing, but the countries in-
voved will be allowed to ngtit tnem i aln.ft, Philadelphia.
out without any interference from All corretipoudeuoe strictly coufiden
No NoxIniiH Doses. No V'ii keniiitr of flic
Nerves. A Pleasant and Positive
Cure Tor the Liquor Habit.
It in now generally Known and iin
deixtood that Druukenness w a diMeaxe
and not weakness. A body filled with
poison, and nerves completely shattered
by periodical or constant tiae i.t Intoxi
cating liquors;, requires an antidote
capable of neutralizing and eradicating
this poiHon, and destroying the craving
for Intoxicants. SufTureis may now
cure tliemselvcH at home without pub
lieity or loss of time from business by
this wonderful "IIOMKOOLUCUKK"
which has been perfected after many
yeais of close study and treatment of
inebriates. The faithful use according
to directions of this wonderful diseov
ery is posit Icely guaranteed to cure the
most obstinate- ci.4, no matter how
hard a driuker. Our records show the
marvelous transformation of thousands
of Drunkards into sober, industrious
and upright men.
VVIVJ2H CUKE YOUK HUS
BANDS!! CHILDREN CURE YOUR
FATHERS!! This remedy is In no
sense a nostrum but Is a specific for this
disease only, and issosklllfujly devised
and prepared that it is thoroughly
soluble and pleasant to the taste, so
that it can be given in a cup of tea or
coffee without the knowledge of the
person taking it Thousands of Drunk
ards have cured themselves with this
priceless remedy, and as many more
have been cured and made temperate
men by having the "CURE" adminis
tered by loving friends and relatives
without their knowledge In coflee or
tea, and believe today that they dig-
continued drinking of their own free
will. DO NOT WAIT. Do not be de
luded by apparent and misleading "im
provement." Drive out the disease at
once and for all time. The "HOME
GOLD CURE" is sold at the extreme
ly low price of One Dollar, thus placing
within reach of everybody a treatment
more effectual than others costing $25
to $50. Full directions accompany each
package. (Special advice by skilled phy
sicians when reqnested without extra
charge. Sent prepaid to any part of
the world on receipt of One Dollar.
Address Dept. EGOfi KD WIN B. GILES
& COMPANY, 2330 and 2332 Market
Von Witldersee is expected to
write a book entitled "How I, Km
peroc William' And (!ml conquered
Victories used to reap rewards;
now they reap slanders and, courts
ft ft ft
It seems that the only safe thing
to do witii loot from China is to
donate it to tho Smithsonian In
stitution. ft ft ft
Tho more the country hears of
Santago campaign, the more it
wonders why Sampson isn't on
trial instead of Schley on charge of
delay and failure to do his plain
We shsuld like to know whether
General McArthur did so much
belter than General Otis, or whether
there is merely a difference in the
attitude of the people toward the
ft ft ft
Of course, women always mean
to tell the truth but did you ever
hear your wife tell somebody eslse
about something you happened to
Perhaps ex-Governor I'ennoyer
thinks that if ho could get upon
the Supreme bench of Oregon he
ould reverse tho decision of the
United States court in that cele
brated caro of Ponnoyer vs Noff.
The Forest Grove Times passed
into new hands Friday. J.
Wheelock Marsh Bold the plant to
Walter Iloge, of Lincoln, Neb. Mr.
Hoge has been connected with the
newpaper business in Nebraska for
ft ft ft
The Atlanta Journal cites the
case of a Georgia fanner who, culti
vating 400 acres of lynd, nets about
jOOO a year, on an investment of
Lfivvton ist hardly three weeks
old, yet there is a chance that oil is
going to be found there, and more
than one hundred oil claims have
already been filed, while the
tuinerai claims of all sorts are
nearly a thousand. One of the
risks persons have nowadays in lo
cating on government laud is that
they can't tell what may he under
them. They may buid on top of
a gold field. Republican posterity
is hitting the country on all sides,
ft ft ft
The most approved way at pres
ent for a Chicago profess ir to get
himself known to the public is by
denoucningsoiueliody who is widely
known. Nobody would of heard
of Professor Trigg of the Windy
City if he had not denounced Longfellow.
ft ft ft
A W0KTIIY SiCCESSOIt.
"Somefliliig New I'mler
The Sim." '
In !l its Ui;! Hurt
!w"M Im cleanllnmi.
Elj'i Cream Halm
eif Kiws.snotlitittaml heal
the ttlw'&.f'cl nwmbnuie.
II enroll ratsrrh anil drh
utijr eo.4 lu Uw tu'ul
frrnm Itnl-.u t plncml Into tho nostrils, (prints
ow ttm meinbrmw and In sIihwIimI. Rtlltf lilin.
nu-dlne iuiJ cure follow. II Ii not ilrjlna-doni
put produre smut!!, lirge Hixe, 60 cents at Drug.
g!t or hy mall Trial Sir), 10 cuius by malt.
ELY MSOTUKIW, 00 Warn Hirixtt, Nm York.
or mm "if M
2L Mm ' GRANITE
a little more than $10,000. The
like is done by not a few in Oregon
and Washington; and yet the sons
of farmers flock to the cities for
small salaries and hard work
ft ft ft
Propinquitydoes the trick. Out
of 400 school teachers who sailed
for Manila on the Thomas, 30
couples got married on reaching
llonalulu. This seems like "benevo
lent assimilation" sure enough,
ft ft ft
It should be respectfully inti
matod to the Amalgamated Associa
tion that no permanent peace is
possible unless the manufacturers
have some assurance that their em
ployees will keop their contracts.
President Shaffer did art ill turn to
organize labor when he persuaded
his men to break their agreements
without reason even if they were
only contaaots with the steer trust.
All Doctors have tried to cure CA
rARRH by the lew of powders, acid
Knses, inhalers and dniK lu paste form.
1'helr powders dry up the mueuoiiH
membranes causing them tocraek open
ami (deed. The powerful acids used In
the inhalers have entirely eaieii away
the same membranes that their makers
have aimed to cure, while paste' oint
ments cannot reach the disease. An
old and experienced practitioner who
tins for many years made a close study
aud specially of the treatment of CA'
TARRH, tins at last perfected a Treat'
ment which when faithfully used, not
only relieves at, once, but permanently
ernes CATARRH, by removing the
cause, stopping the discharges, and ear
ing the inllumation. It la the only
remedy kuown to science that aetully
reaches the allllcled purtu. This won
derful remedy is known as "8NUK
KLES the GUARANTEED CA
TARRH CCRIi" and is sold at the ex
tremely low price of One Dollar, each
package containing Internal and ex
ternal medicine stilllcicnt for a full
month's treatment mid everything
necessary to its perfect use.
"SNUFFLES" is tho only perfect
CATARRH CURN ever made and is
now recngnl.ed as the only safe and
positive cure for that annoying and
disgusting disease. It cures all imla-
matloii quickly and permanently and
Is also wonderfully quick to relieve
HAY FEVER or COLD in the HEAD.
CATARRH when neglected often
leads to CONHUMPTION-"SNUF-
FLES" will save you if you use it at
onee. It is tio ordinary remedy, but a
complete treatment which is positively
guaranteed to cure CATARRH in any
form o; stage if used according to the
directions which accompany each pack
age. Don't delay but send for it at
otice, and write full particulars as to
your condition, and you will receive
special advice from the discoverer of
this wonderful remedy regarding your
case without cost to you beyond the
regular price of "SNUFFLES" the
"GUARANTEED CATARUII CURE."
Kent prepaid to any address in the
Uulted States or Canada on receipt of
One Dollar. Address Dept. EflOC ED
WIN Jl. GILES & COMPANY, 2330
and 2332 Market Street, Philadelphia.
Cuban annexation will probably
io the next great isdsuo to he fought
over in this country and it is one
ikely to disrupt both parties. Tho
fruit growers of the south and ex
treme west, the best sugar farmers
of the middle west, and the tobacco
growers of Connecticut, will cer
tainly oppose it; while the rest of
the country will prohvhlo support
it. J'lus will certainly create new
ft ft ft
ere the most fatal of all dis
Ml CV'O KIDNEY CURE Is I
iULlI u Guaranteed Remedy
or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE 50c nod $1.00.
Through I f ah anil Colorado.
The ideal trip to the chsI during the
heat of Biimnier is viz the Kio Grande
Western and Denver A Uio Grande
HailnAds, the far-himed "Scenic Line
of the World." The extremes of the
temperature are never met, and pas
sengers are sure of having a delightfully
cool ride through the Heart of the
Rocky Mountains, and a view by day
light of Bcenery which is nowhere sur
passed. If desired, a stop enrotito may be
made at (plaint and picturesque Salt
Luke City, the "City of the Saints,"
Glenwood Hprings, Leadville, Colorado
Springs, I'ueblo, Denver, or any in
termediate pi int.
There are throe daily trains leaving
Salt Lake City for all points east, which
have clone connection! from the North
west viz either O. R. & N, Co., or the
Southern Pacific Co. TheBe trains are
quipped with Through Sleepers (Stand
ard and Tourist), Free Reclining Chair
Cars, and a Perfect Dining Car Service.
Personally Conducted Excursions, in
charge of competent and courteous
managers, are run several times a week
without change of cars to Denver, Oma
ha, Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago,
Iiuffilo, "Sew York, Bostou, anil all east
Tickets are on sale at nil railroad
tiiJffct ollices. For further information
alij cheapest rates, apply to
J. D. Mansfiuijd,
len Agent, 124 3d at,, Portland, Ore.
roley's Kidney Cure
iakes klduey$ and bttdder right.
The Hntel Eail
lias been refitted and renovated
from cellar to garret, and every
thing is new. Good sample room
for commercial men. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Kates, $1.00 to $2.00.
Special rates by the week.
C. B. Caibteatfj
i Staple and Fane; Groceries.
vo tLiNo & Mo
Opera House block, Hain Street, Independence.
Our Motto Is: fl SALES AUD SMALL PRDFiTS:
and union Pacific
Good goods at Right Trices Make Easy Selling.
iy Our goods are first-class, our prices as low as the
lowest quality of goods considered.
All kinds of country produce bought at the SI
Highest Market Trice. SI
A I Skin -if Tjbt Patri3iz9 1 iiiastfillr MU,
11:011 a in
V-M 1) m
via 1 1 ant
I'll b I Mull
tl:IK a m
Halt Lake, ,envfr.
Kt. Worth, Omaha,
Kannaa City, Ht.
lioula, Chicago and
Salt Lnko, Punvoi-. Ft
City, Ht. lmilN,
Chicago ami KuaU
Walla Walla, lwla
ton, Hpokuno, Mln
nfMinoltH, Ht. 1'aul,
Chtrno and Kaat,
8 10 a m.
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE.
Out I y
8 p in
lo p ra
7 a. in.
11:45 a. in.
6:;i'i a. in,
!a11 sailing dnUw nub
I jtiut UtohuiiKe
isulls every odiiyn
I Columbia Ktver
To Aatorta and Wny-l.uudlUKB.
I Viuulilll Klvm-H.
Orexon (!tty. Dayton,
i aud Way-Lauding
Portland to Corvallls
Changeable weather between two seasons encour
ages your chronic troubles and inflicts 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
KIRKLAND DRUG CO.
4:30 p. m.
Steamer! to Portland front Independence
Ruth leaves Oorvallls for Portland Mondays
YVtMlntmrin.VH and Fridays at O n m, passing
Independence at O a m. Heturnlnv. leaves
Portland TueHilays, Thursdays and Satur
days, pausing ludiipendcnooat 8:110 p m
Elmore leaves Independence for Portland
TufKflays, Thursdays and Saturdays at O a in.
Kelurnlug leaves Portland for Independence
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at :4S
a in, arriving at Independence at 6 p in.
Al HERREN, Agent,
BANNER 8A LVE
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-bristle hair
brush for 25c. Tooth brushes, 5c up.
A. S. LOCKE,
th mot ItMlIng lvt In th wQrld,
WANTED TRUSTWORTHY MKN AND wo
men to travel and advertise for old estab
lished house ol solid financial standing i al
ary 0780 a year and expenses, all payable in
cash. No canvassing required. Give refer
ences and enclose sell-addressed stamped en
velope. Address Manager, 366 Caxtou Bldg,
WANTRD.-Capable, reliable person la
every county to represent large eompauy of
solid financial repulal Ion; 1930 salary per year,
payable weekly; 88 per day absolutely sure
and all expense's; straight, bona.ftde, definite
salary, uo commission; salary paid each
Halurday and expense money advanced each
wee. oiAiluuiU UUUai!.,