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About The Independence west side. (Independence, Or.) 18??-1891 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1901)
F. A." DOUTY. ' Independence. Oreaon.
nt s per v Our large assortment of goods, together with the prices we are selling them for combined with the
rard. UJ ' -
ou all know fa quality cannot fail to meet your approval and appreciation of our efforts to carry a good stock.
that those d
sdibriiuu'o I) ,n marking our fall stock we have used the (ME-m'X-f on all lines, so if you buy.from
moiioy a t m) ( v. ' "
other stores. ) us you get all new 1901 fall goods at bottom prices.
-UNDER W 12 All - - - t
When you arc ready for
your winter underwear we
want to show you our line.
We have everythinvr "from
1 II J hm. !5cts to 8i7 iHir suit. Our
llIn EE of Ladies. Misses' and
1 I Children's union suits is
65) ' i
CARPETS AND MATTINGS, i
If you are going to buy a jl
new carpet you should buy .
froin us. We have carpets in ly,
about all rades 'J.)cts to
$lr:2 per yard.
tH. Mattings lf)c to !J5c per yd
Boys clothing in all the new
styles from $1.00, to $15.00 a suit
Men? clothing. We are sure to
please you on a suit, the prices
are right, 85,00 to 825.00. We
have all the latest things.
OVERCOATS from $2.50 to
S25.00 for men. bovsand youths.,,,,. I
GROCERIES Douty's prices on groceries, (Ji;
we'll sell you your fall supplies. He is on the (
wholesale jobbers list on about everything of (
r A V
BOOTS Jtiid SHOES.
We have a good assort
ment of Mens, Boys and
Youths leather Boots
ranging in prices from
$2.25 to $7:00
Rurs, Portiers, Shades, Poles, etc., at ft) importance, and don't hesitate to give his cus.
tomers the benefit of all this.
All our New fall stock in this line
is in and all assorted.
Our 'Joe vallucs arc excellent.
Our line of children hose is also
TTT W !Ff
tE kta too Jl JKl JIM.' ! wa ipciio a nncri Honictan haiimm
CUTLERY. Our New line of pocket and table t.,,tZZ"v Z 7' , 7U T J a T 7
cutlery is here now. We are sellinq a aood Knife and tf? tif . , 1
u y y y ?f? ff m set Of d shes. we are aivino awav lots of nioi riichc
fork for50 cents a set. f
HI HI in uvury aay.
'-S G.L Hawkins1
C. D. Callofeatfj
THE WEST SIDE
JOS. A. C. BRANT, Kdllur m1 PuWIUtwr.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMKER 12, luOl.
Bold Tlwtt ot ShiTp.
Benton county seems to l in
fested with some very bold cheep
thieves, A report conies from Cor
vallis tbnt one hundred fine sheep
are inissting from a Gild on the S.
W. Jackson furm, three miles
northwest of Corvallis, and the
owners believe the animals have
been stolen. The sheep were missed
a week ago, and ever sinro the
country for miles around has been
scoured without securing any trace
of them. The search was given up
and the owners concluded that the
missing sheep were taken from the
field and shipped out of the coun
try. A circumstance that strongly
confirms this theory is that the
missing animals were a portion ol
a herd of 5(X) in tho same 1"U acre
field. The sheep taker were the
largest and fattest animals in the
herd. The selection of the best
sheep in the band 'vi&s so thorough
ly made that the owners believe it
was done in daylight. The herd
was owned by "Doc" Jackson and
One hundred and seventy-eight
head of sheep were taken by night
from the farm of John Rickard,
five miles south of Corvallis. sev
eral weeks ago, and are still miss
ing. Albany Herald,
rain ttirtn ni rnnintf. Ilo lifl.l mi inn
trellii or riiMr ct urn! when the jjirl'i
liithrr Hckivt liim to rv m ii in at tho limim-
ht rvmlily eonnenteil.
He in very htinliful youiu tiisn. stul
next iiiornitiK when lit invititl to
ut at tli tulilf very reluctantly accept
el. Il a very nervous ami exi-iuxl
IIft opHiite a mirror and iliseiivarwl
tliat lie liH'l (ur)otten to comb liin hair
tlien lie dmppej liii lork on tlw floor
and s he tcKij,d to pick it up, he tip
et Ilia coffee. Mutter went ron hud to
worse until finally In denpair th j-ohiik
man quit enting and put Ian hand 1111
der the table.
The liKwe end of the table cloth win
lyinti in his lap, and when he ton -lied ll
lie turned pale, llu thought it was his
shirt, and that in his nervous excite
meat he had forgotten to put the ear
ment inside his trnwaers. That account
TIIK IIOMK (JOI.lt (I KK.
An linrenlntii Trent incut lir wlilrli
Drunkards are llelnir Cured Dully
in Spile of ihcuiitelre.
No Villous Doles. Vi Weakeiihnr uftlie
Nerves A I'lca-unl and I'osltlvn
Cure for the l,liiior llaliil.
he Civil" war is said to have
cost the country fully eight billion
dollars, while it was in progress
. adding to the direct outlay the
value of property destroyed and
the damage done by interference
with industry. And the end is
not yet, for though thirty-three
years have passed, pension and in
terest payments still continue to
increase the total. A part of the
cost of that war was put off on an
other generation, just as a part of
our present outlay will be; but, the
people who danced paid the piper
notwithstanding, in the form of
"war taxes" and we must do the
same. The men and women who
cheerfully bear this inceased bur
den are not the lowest on our list
of seventy million patriots.
A VERY NEKAOUN HEAU
Among Other Things He SlnllVd Hie
Table Cloth In Ills 1'ants and let:.
The father of a 17-year-o!d Vancouver
young lady, in town this week, told the
following story on a young wan who
stopped at his home one night lately.
The young man called on Ids daughter
to spend the evening, and when lie got
geady to leave be realized that a heavy
It la now frenernlly Known and tin
deratood that Drunkenness w a dlxease
and not weaknens. A body filled with
poison, and nerved completely shattered
by periodical or constant ue i f Intoxl
eating liipiora, reipilres an anlldoU'
capable of neutrall.lug and eradicating
this poison, and destroying the craving
for Intoxicants. Hult'ereis may now
cure tlieniHeives lit homo without puli-
llelty or lews of time froift IiiihImi'sh by
this wonderful "JIOMKJOt,I)CCKE
which Iiiih been perfected after many
years of close study and treatment of
inebriate. Tb e Jul th fill use according
to directions of tlila wonderful dlacov
ery la positively guaranteed to cure the
newt oIihUiiiuc c.tse, no mutter how
bind a drinker. Our records show tho
murvelouH transformation of th,numinda
of Drunkards into sober, Industrious
and upright men.
VV1VEH CUKE YOint IIUH
ItAND.s!! CHILDREN (JUItE YOUH
KATH KHSM This remedy is In no
aense a mmtrum but Is a apecillo for this
diHciiMo only, and is so skillfully devlmd
and prepared that It is thoroughly
solublu and pleasant to the taste, so
that It cull lie given in a cup of lea or
coffee without the knowledge of the
person tnklng It. Tliutwands of Drunk
ards have cured thenipolves with this
priceless remedy, and as many more
have been cured and made temperate
men by having the "CUKE" adminis
tered by loving friends and relatives
without their knowledge In coffee or
tea, and believe today that they dis
continued drinking of their own free
will. DO NOT WAIT. Do not be de
luded by apparent and misleading "lm
provement." Drive out the disease at
once and for all time. The "HOME
GOLD CUKE" 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 IM. Full directions accompany each
package. (Special advice by skilled phy
sicians when requested without extra
charge. Hent prepaid to any part of
the world on receipt of One .Dollar.
Address Dept. KflOO EDWIN It, GILES
5t COMPANY, 2X10 and 2332 Market
AH correspondence strictly confidential.
Oil fat the
Give then oil tikl-livcr oil.
It's uirif-us tobec tl.c r.ult.
Give it to the ive:s);, iYct
ul child, aii'l he Luhs, Give
it to the pale, run-tnic diikl,
.mil his f.u'e lieo lilies r..-y am!
Mill of health. Tale aflat
!v.jUl thihj. oracluhi that
h.H tojijK'il;rovinjj, y ve hint
the oil, and ho will grow Lig
xtid strong like the rest.
This is not a new scheme.
It has been done for years.
Of course you must use the
right oil. Scott's KhhiImou
is the one,
Scott's Emulsion neither
looks nor tastes like oil because
we arc .so careful in making it
pleasant to tnkc.
.Send for free sample.
SCOTT 1 I'OWNI", ( bemUi., vt, P.l St., N. V.
$i Ami fi owl ft alumni.
In tit tu Ufm Omt J.",.-J &
Y,t' Cream Um
r w vii
b;illl'. nut f.f tile tinil.cf
tHii) stax'rs for I'M 1'til.ra.
I'l.dihic it:o (d the ritrt-
afwers ilh U'itlii'in's nun hint',
1 1 M , , I ,i llil! u,i, h ..I .. .t. uilb
t' t-Hi ai.d set it in the tun-on. I he j s.,jt wnint.
Imvs sav he never ku-i's atth ,,""""""'h,",'IJ!''wt
longu neeiKieiiK. i . , ? i lJ
. , i ,i fi. .. rrt BIm to p'W"! tow lt mwWa.siwwiilt i r , --': S "1 2 '.
Ill the i.'i,t) i, I lot), J Is Mitllip j ,,, .4 t iirll ttt.ltiltolm-1 I 0 "J,--J "
... , j aii(aluIWMll, ! rB Si -it, f,l Crntl ! l)tli. '
U-. ul .-it. A,r mmii wa n; S!.hmU!TItolsMt...b.il. t fcVl"' '-'i'-V
hard tti'ikii in ihe (irarge, and it j
was t f 1 1 1 u 1 Jt hit. iliiliiiiif; ell ills:
BLV U KOI' ll Kits, M Wacrsit rfc.t, Voi.
that (.'live 05 (oil- rum! delivery.
( ai iihal at I'ortlnnil.
J'lif hii-ini'M tnioi of Portland havn
.' II , lutHII lull I....LI f. l.'l.
iipm to iiiake .',,.- I 1
Mir. Sat no aiui'OiiM'tn lint if flit' i , mil 'i il'd f ITi OtKI lo itirmi,.H thu is
divorced w never iii.oiv utain i tfeioi n i-nrnivnl to .o held in the
Slip prolmbjy ! I ceil
una ai'iieiiiem in or.ier to k,'e(. cro.ia , ,,,,t.. ,.iil.il ..( nil the induatriea
of iiicii liom j 1 1 i 1 1 1 the i;riifa on llm , ol I he I'lii-illc N.irtharai will I mii.lii in
Imvii. 'b' exp'i-liiiiii ImiMui, :itul iiliili'lic
I lo'ireiioiKiii w ill h lidil on MultiHiiniih
1 '" 1 ; I'lclil ft . j-j f t hi; . i'n bill milltiiry biiuda
i Imve oi-ro 1 1 ; " 1 1; - 1 . ni.d there ttUI U-
many llm- liivlun-a in llm niiiUM'iiiriit
1 lie ( ill nivnl l in I'lmi'iMil a coiiilt-t'-i'
eoiiiprithi 2S repri-nenltvtt tutaitit as
nu ll, oi H I'irli tii'ii Ohimi Siiioiiiith ia
r'i'h'iit, I. K. I'li'is. liner vitv preaidetit
A. IS. StcliilimOi ti'fiKiiior, mid ,1. I),
Willi mu'li iih'Ii lit the lo-nd of tl
nlliiir, the i-kiiiivmI Is auru to be well
llvud Atones fj
Cemetery Work IN
A MOUTHY St (( tiSSOlt.
"Soinetliiiij; cw l ull,'!
ed for the ami Ira mid hia i'inlnirriO"one(it
There was no tiimito liioaii. Ho liiiinilly
atnltt'il the stinp'stej alort tnaute lna
Two miniiti-a Inter when ti e f.tinily
arose there was s envah; Ihediabea
in a broken nnixaoii the floor; the yoiini;
man pulled two ft-et of tnbli cloth out i
his trnwaers and lied tlironuh the door.
lie ia yet ill tin' woods buck of hia lioitiu
The yomiK Is'ly he cnllee on ia open
for enii(,eineiit to a leas .nervous younn
A I It 1, 1 1 ).
John .Story returned from Jinst
orn Oregon' last week.
Mrs. J. V. Story spent three
weeks with relatives at Hosehtirp,
roturjiing homo Monday,
Olareuce Hump will teach the
fall term of school at this placo.
Ad mi O'Kulloy is visiting at V.
Mrs. Malicl Htuuts will spend i
month with relatives at Tor! Town
James Withrow, after being out
twenty-four diis, finished thresh
ing fur the seunon hist .Saturday
C. K, Stunts went, over to Al
hany Monday and hrought out two
tons of melons for W. J. Tuinidoo,
Ife says ho didn't oat oyer flvo or
six coining home.
Myrnie .Smith, of Liiwisvillo,
who recently learned the tailor
trade, was assisting Mrs. 0, K.
Htiiats in that line of work hint
Mr. Graham, of Falls City, was
hero last Saturday taking an in
ventory of tho luniher yard for
Montgomery & Co.
Johnny and Sara Hastings have
All linctnr have tried In cure ('A
lAUkill.ylhe iio of powder, neid j worth vipitinif
ifniea, iiihiil. w nnil drtiK in piule form
l Heir pnwili i'm tlrv ni, the niucuMiii.
nieiiibiuiiea c iifllij; imin tocl ok n-
mid I'l'd. Tim . unTiil m.'M i iihi d
I In. i I. I. '..I o hue.. 1 i .,.,n. .. ,.
" ' J '"'V I .t . . ..! .t .11 J:
i. eiiii.r,mi Mii.it theii iiHiiierx ore U1C most laiai OI au OiS-
have iilmetl In eine, ttbile psiato ot ill -tnenlM
I'linn it reuelt the rtiaense. An
old mid expeiii'iiced pini-tlliiiiier who
hiii for iiiany jeara made a eloee aludy
and sa'i'ilty of Ibe lieulini nl of OA
I'A HUH, hi.aiit bint pi rf- i'teil a Trent
iiiiuit wbleli uliiti I'.iii Ii folly (iHtil, lint
only relieves ill. once, but permanently
Hires CATAIUIII, by reiiiovinn the
cause, stopping the dl rharges, mid cut-
lie; the liillaliuUion. It Is the only
remedy know n to science that ticllilly
readies the alllicled purls, Thin won
derful remedy ia known us enNUI''
KLKS tlie (UJAItANTKKi) t!A-
TAKIilf t'lJKIC'aiid Is sold al the ex-
treiiudy low pi ice of One llollar, eneli
paiMiann contalottig Internal and ex
ternal medicine Hiillleleut for a full
uioiilli a U'eiiiiiuMil ii 1 1 tl ef erythlng
necessary to lis perfect use.
hNUM'Id'IS" Is the only perfect
UATAIUUI CUKKevt r made and Is
now rce.of,'tilzul as the only s.ifu mid
positive l ino for tlmt antioyliiif and
llsi;liallii dlaeiise. Jt cures all llilla-
iuhiIoii ipilekly mid peiumiienlly and
Is hImo woiuh'i fully ijiilrk to relieve
I IA V I-'ISV lf.lt or COM) in the II ISA I).
(lA'l'AltUM when neglected often
wis to (.'0N'sUMI,I'I0N"HNUh'-
KJiKS" will savf you if yon use it ut.
oiiee. His no ordinary feniedy, but 'a
eoiuiletn treiilineiit wliicli Is positively
gtiarauleed to cure OATA Itltll In any
orm o; st.iij.e if iiwil luroi'illng to the
directions wliicli accompnny cueh pack
ae. Don't delay but send for It al l
once, and write full particulars as to
your ijoliilllloii, and you will receive
special advice from the discoverer of
tlds wonderful remedy regarding your
Onso without coat to you, beyond the
regular price of "HNUHTLKH" Ihe
OUAIANTKH) 0AT.UUII (JUliH."
Hent, prepaid to any add rasa in the
United (States ot Vt inula on receipt of
One Dollar. Address Dept.. KOOfl KD-
WIN It. UIIMCH & COMPANY, liJI.'IO
and 2332 Market Btrcet,; Plilludelhla.
! f a KIDNEY CORE Is a
or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi
nent physicians as the vest for
Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE 50c. aod $1.00.
Tlirouidt ( lull and Colorado.
The ideal tiii to the eaat during the
bent of summer Is via the Hio Grantlo
Western and lienver it It in (Iraiule
Hiiilmads, the tnr-fatued "Scenic, Line
of tlio World." Tim extremes of the
temperature aro never met, and pas
sourer aro suru of liuvinj; a delightfully
pool ride through the Heart of tlie
ltocky Mountains, ami a view by day
light of scenery whiidi is nowhere sur
paasiMl. If tlcHired, a atop enroule may be
made at, iiiaiiit and pieluresqaa Sail
Lake City, llio "City of the ISainta,
(ilenwoiiil Hprings, IVadville, Colorado
Springs, 1'uelilo, Denver, or any in-
ternieiliale pi Int.
There are three daily trains leaving
Salt hake City fur nil points east, which
have close connections from the North-
weal, vis either 0. H, it N. Co, or the
Southern l'aniflv Co. Those tra'uiB are
t-cpiipped with Through Sleepers (Stand"
an) and Tourist), free Hoc lining Chair
Cara, and a lVrfecl Dining Cur Service,
I'craoiially (conducted lixcursiona, in
cluugo of coinpeteiit and cousleous
managers, ar run several times a week
without change of cars to Denver, Oma
ha, Kansas 'City, St. Louis, Chicago,
Ituffalo, New York, Boston, and all east
ern cities. .
Tickets are on sale at, all railroad
tieketolllc.es. I''ot' further ini.tniiition
and oheaicat rates, apply to
J. 1). Manspihm),
Ghu Agent, UH 3d at,, Portland, Ore-
TfiE HoIeI Eail I
lias la-en relitted and rcnova'teil
from cellar to garret, and every
thing is new. tii.od sniiiilo room
for commercial men. Satitdnction
guaranteed. Kates, $1.00 to J2 00.
Special rates hy the week.
S. C. SMITH.
& h m b m sales m nuu wnm -x
(humI pnHls at Right Prices Make Easy Selling.
Our guoils' aro first-class, our prices as low as the
j lowest nuality of goods considered. yjy
rfiS All kinds of country produce bought at the VI
' Highest Market Trice. ' VI
m I Sin of Yjur Patronaja RsspsctfuIIy Solicited, v!
itapls and Fancy Qroceries.
Opera House block, Hain Street, Independence.
(!.(!: Vll SALES .1 SMALL mi'
and union Pacific
II IW ll 111
vIh II, ml
ttUI 1, III
li.ltl H III
tlME SCHEDUi tS.
rroin liiili'pcitit, nia
Hull l,li(i, ,)inrrr.
l' l, U'oiili, OiiibIih,
K.oihiin i'lty. Si.
I.'hiin, rliiwmo anil
Hall I.iilm, Deliver, ft
Cily, Hi. UuOn,
L'lilcitiro Ant' Kant.
Walla Will In, I,hvI.
ton, Mifikioin, Mia-
llCHpilllN, Ht. faul,
t'hlnitto anil V.nul,
4 . m
8 10 a ni.
1 a. in.
OCHAN ANn RIVt-R SCIIIiUlll.ti.
8 p m
H i 111
Hi i hi
1 a. in.
fra'i a. lii.-lmlij-
Jll nailing (latex hii b
1 Jt'ft lii cliaioiii
Kor -mi KiiiufisiHi
iiils BVtu jr ftilavn
! eifltonlila Uivor
''l'u AkIoi-Iii ami Way
l.anilliiKa. i WIlliitiM'M mill
! Viimlilil Klvi'i".
ilri'Kon (Mly. I n Ion,
. antt Way-naiiilliijii
I'ortliiint to Corvalllji
Itlparla tti l.uwWIon.
i p. in,
Kx.ii 1 1
Chiingeahlo weather between two seasons encour
ages your chronic troubles and inflicts upon you
much petty sickness. Retter 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 iu a well regulated drug store.
STATIONERY, SCHOOL BOOK""
KIRKLAND DRUG CO.
l:M0 i. in.
Mini., W I'd
I.V. I I'WlK
utiiaimiM lo I'oillniiil.i.'iiin liiiliiHiiiilaii
Itulli Ioiivm ('orviilllH fur l-ortlanil Mninliiyi
VVcdnt'Htlavii and Ki'tilnj"! atUn in, (uiHsinif
llldi'lllMllll'lll'IMlt II III. Itl'llll lllllK, ll'lU'i'S
I'ortlaod TooailiivH, ThnrMlayH and Halar
,lii,v, nixsliiK liidi'pi'ailniii'ii at (1:110 i in
ICIiuorA luaviis Indt'coailniii'o fur I'orlland
Tni'HiliiyH, TluirsilaVHainl Saturdavii al a in.
Itiilllrnlni; haivtiH I'lirtlttnil (or I hdt'pi'iuli'tii'H
Miniilayii, M'iit'HmlH unit Krldavf at 11:18
a m, arrlvlUK al lnilt'imiidoiiceal 0 i in.
Al HERREN, Agent,
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, 5o up.
A. S. LOCKE,
WAN'TKIl-TItlHTlVOItTHY MKN AND WO
iniMi to travel and itdvt-r'lui lor old entab-
llatMl lioust ot willd llaaiit'fal Ntaiiillnii Hal
nry ,WI a yrar and xxpiaiwa, all )ayabl In
i-ali. No raiivnnNliiK rt'Onlrfl. 'live rt'for
i'Iiih'h and ("irlose soll-addiwstd Btanipod ea
vlniHi, Atlilr, hh Muiuiui', lii'io L'axton Uklg
WANrRD.-Capable, rellabls pemon In
every ooanty Ut represent large oompHiiy of
solid financial repntatlon:J950 salary per year,
payable weekly; J3 per day Kbanlutelv sure
and all exjienses; atmlitht, bona-tlde, definite
alnry, no ooininlaaloni salary paid each
Hauirday and expense money advanced each
SeeSv. STANDARD HOUSfc,. m Perboru
.. . .
th moit htallng talv in th world.