. .... O'Hon lli.or,., gwltf tttetto. 3uu iAM ijp ESTABLISHED 1MJ. POLK BEATS TlinVORLD POLK COUNTY AGAINST THE EN TIRE WORLD FOR SHEEP Farmer In this Vicinity Takt Flr.t Prlics on Sheep at th. Wool Growers' Association. m ii... MiMoiuil Wool Growers' An- l thlx mouth "'" iu '"" ' ' . J IVk County growers carried away,..., ... I...-1. f-,....l.. urnKC iHiiii-u .- i . ... . . ... r. ...... and!.,,!,- who nr.. nt'lylng all Hi- ".or.. Ilrsi .rif.cn in n- j ,,r, were h,.u, htahly bn-.l nlmU o ...hlhltlo,, to t .!. Hh. Of . ,,,.a.o cxhlbUon, . tho r.. , K.o,k .l.ow ro ..un.-l -r-l Kok- Somh Hi,.-.-,, hI J. H Hi iiinp, ,.,. ,, Hwl..y & So,,, iv I l.-..rl..v. uoiKm: n... I-, Ilrim., koiiU. Th i iiiay.hy ami tint I, r.- 'i . .... rr,.... , l.u viciniiy , . . mi v c ni'fii .ii..-. - wl... ...i.k f rl. lint of lh o iiM-uth"' nl tlH'H' wiru no niilmiiU that wt'ri) m:ir!y in th'-lr I'h . c.iii.iv wim awunl.'d flrnt prl In nil Inni! Wool Hll.-el) and ' majorlly r prlxea on olher l.reedH. In win- ulK f rt in the lou wool . o.i.pe,, ... . I ....... u'l llll.t-M -Of (Ion nca.iiM io.'i. .."- Knglanil. iIiIh i-oiiuiy han added an- olher il'd t li.alk to Ha ta I,, i. Hheep iniluHlry, aeeor.liK to a uie .t made by Ir. Jam-H WUhyeoinho " of the Oregon AKrieull ill al l.o!len at CorvalllH. The Kya Sheep Show ot (ireat The uoyai o.i.-i-i. o...." . ih-iu come up; heat your pio llrltlan, recgn ed as the Miuto swirds and your pruning hooks . . . . i. fun ...in i- . i ..... greiii-st mieep uow, in. ..war.l lo the best Colswold year I'ng ram. The ram and several other prize winners were bought by V. W Harding of Waukesha. Wisconsin, and brought to the I'nlted States. The.v have Bllieo been exhibited at niitlonal and Inlernatlonal shows and nriz.i uiniiorfl. Mr. Hlini nun ii.... ii.,., in,, i null! Inaled securing flrft on his SIOCK exiiiiiiK-u in ' ' . .......I.... ... ll.irllllllll II, s year, but Instead he met uer-ai, and II was I'olk (oui.ty that did it. CLIMATE THE REASON Well Oregon wins against tho host run In Kiland, and (hat Is recognl.- e,l as making it the best, in the! world." said Mr. Harding. "I bought thin yearling at. the Koyal Sheep . , ro.wi el.,n. snow at ..iveii-uo., p;K,Hhlp prize was p.aeed upon U ny , the lu.lires. r imid a fancy price for lilm and this Is the first time I have met def-at sln-e I put him oil. exhi bition. You have a climate similar to that of Kngland, and I ntlrlbute the result, to climatic conditions more than anything else. You havo an Ideal country for the long wool Hheep." Mr. Harding employed a herder and professional handler of show sheep to euro for his flock. Mr. Koser handl ed and cared for his own exhibit for the show without assistance. PRESBYTERIAN SOCIAL Members and Friends of the Pres byterian Church Hold a Pleasant Social. A very pleasant social was held in the I'rosbyterlan church on Wednes day cvoniing, and althimgh the con dition of the weather was far from being pleasant, a large crowd was in attendance. An interesting program was given, consisting of readings, songs and recitations, all of which wero heartily enjoyed, by the com pany. After the program the com paniy Indulged In social intercourse, and light refreshments were served. It Is the Intention of the Ladles Aid Society to have these social gather ings frequently, that all may become better acquainted, and for the pro motion of sociability among the peo ple. OLD SOLDIER TORTURED "For years I suffered unspeakable Mrt'ire from indigestion, constipatiol und 1 ver trouble", wrote A. K. bimu n nr veteran at Erie. Pa., ."but Dr. K-lnir'a New Life Pills fixed mo all r'ght They're simply great.' Try them f t any stomach l.ver or kidney trou ble. Only 25c at all druggists MRS. DUN8MORC SPEAKS. TIih fallowing article was written by Mr. Uuiinmoro mid publUhd by .Nul IMM lglllfl' l 'jT movements of the pi r'ur b.cii ilm renin, of ilnif li """I' ll .,ld Umi J. I'l.-nx.lnt .unman , mild to Iibv. i-oinr buted Il't'i.mm to ward i oiihuiiihihiIhk the mciK'-r. Tli.-m M-iiiit ilu-K-fi.r.' IIHlo now ; Under 11m. 1'HK J fr Federation.! Sou... hull It with delight " of lirlHtliin unity-ll It tru- ly m iiiohI deplorable Mint' ot "" .1 n mil,- to the f-W '" hHl tho'r fiil'li i-tttl'll"h-l on the Word of (iotl. It H H IIIOHI mil i uIjI.. fuel that nil wlm favor ihU mil"" do ""' u i-pt lh loiiiiimiiiluH'ii'H of God for lli.-'r IT Itl I.H.I.J I" Uroui.il w'.h many u un authoritative ' ... in.... v.-l tlM-r.- are I .,...i ir.itl.M m nim,. loyally .ru 'b. . "I - u pn.ba.dy ll... ....... ...- n..f.. tin. 1,-K " f ., ,.,,., ,,,,,-h.m-ry was there 1- n.-v,r - ( f ' nV .. fr .. llf ,, , n h U on . "'- " h ,,,,. Th,y w.r, ,.-r.-M... in ni 0 ni'y Is kI..k H-'l'"- lf1);)V(.H ,,,,. of ,.,,) , U :,nu vi.ri,M .,,.,,. v ,,.,,, , M pay ,n.lu, uy. Th- n-a,),!,, . UlllMIHIIlp'"". I .... ...vl.li.illnn lore- iM in," of I,... ..... ,.,, MliiMlkl-rH. I III. " H" . !... l ... MUVU .IV II... .11.1.'..-'. "-.-. ...... ....... ... .n.... li.i.ii i.t'iti .h.-V Hi.a,H In.o l,n.ni..K hookH,,i4,llon Li.,.n l,f. un Hwor.n auaiMH. i.tt.lou.' r' " ' ,. ....... , ., iin tin hiii. ii i ri " ' - Th!. In wUl he people are ' more. Carllv,: Klvi,,K of hi ; br. Blm,,iu. K,vat : .. .. .. P..u .. li.l.le at tin- Hiikui the fcrent peace procce:Hli)iin to lake plai u ,1 fl ,1 I Itl'l'.. he unXersul peace. l.et uh r'i.d what the Ix.rd wiyH hy the ,.,..i., t.el. Chapt.r "rrepare '" " ... let j war, wane up "-' u"fc'"J ... .... i u..r lmw near: 1-t ! nil in e linn i . .. .1 ! litospeiirs; l't the weiiK . strong." Multl.Mdes, muliHudes ' in the valley of decision, for the day of Urd Is near in the valley of de- the i-IhIoii. I'aul says in I Thess. 3:., For when they shall say peace and safe- ii. t hen suddenly destruction come th uon them. Thorn never win no - . .... i..-a,.i ni-m-u according to the Word of God. The day of the IOr.l is near In the valley of d -c'sloii. I'enple are un decided which law to obey, the law nf find or the law of ma:'. The great struggle Is son to lake place .-very mini, and woman will soon be obliged to make their decision. 11 they do not decide for the law or God they will have the mark of tht limit f Home's Sunday.) Then they .. .... - .w n.u has w, -l- Zbt.d. said he would pour on those uisoueu- lent ones. Koine is standing by her mark or ecclesiastical power (Sunday) ' and protestants, so called, are looking to wards Koine. The Lord says that all who worship him their names are not written 111 the Lambs Hook or L.ue. Rev. 13:8. Home is now urging a Catholic un ion so they may become power ful enough to demand their . civil ana political government she will event ually get them. It was stated hi the Teninerance Advocate May 1891. that Archbishop Ireland, in a temperance convolution In New York City, mann ed God that tho Protestants and Cath olics stand togeltier in demanding the fa'MiTul observance of Sunday. Thus h lenders of nrofessed Protestants In, the United Sintea have joineu hands with the papacy for the power of making this government advance their plans just as the Catholics, did in Rome as soon as they got influence enougli to do so. They realize, that the' elements of skepticism and woiidllness are becom ing stronger, and the Interest hi at tending worship in the churciies is , H .nmothlnir to keep italive. Self preservation Is tie . -hobby" when they show does, and when this persecution gets first law of nature. They are asham-; n tv ' ' br(W,h that haa beon to its height God will speak to the ed of and not able to work in the way q G()d Jesus said' hour and Jesus will call to His right the Apostle workej using the sword, - llle keep my command- eous children sleeping in their dusty of the spirit and of the shield of faith y- bydg to come forth aud they with wniiiiiK. i inv ii...... " and laying aside all carnal weapons. They have turned to tne .state u x.c - -the world for help and ihey have fair- people would study Ue bib. they l lw.ln mmilil ape Ihllt the WW W.8 SpOKl ij v , , c ,3 ,.r ll hnlUr Tilt tiau-iitiuu uum - them. But alas hs f8, 8uuu, firm for His Parents will clasp their loved ones be the'r ruin Instead of their salA a-jta i hfnl hJ mith alldagaill the angels brlng that babe, , nft ..r'nJ !aJis trutl. May people et in that was laid away so long ago and j Thus we see what a strong power,His law is t rut . V I rents' arms, what ly compeneu me goe, .......... ... ..v k. will wage opposition to the peop e( WnO Hllt.lU Uy Uin ...ir u. d by the law of God their Creator. God is now cal ling for the Nnahs, Elijahs, SI ledrachs MesecU s and Abednezas to come out of his, Babylonish confusion and preach righ- teou.no... All of God's tomnumd- ( INDEPENDENCE. OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911. NEW CASHIER SHOWN HERE TC NEW INVENTION PROMISES BE A SUCCESS , Portbnd Men Put on' -n l.lerc.tln., Demontrt.on at the Hold Thl Wek. Max H. Il'dim- ami K r'"' ..... ,....,.. , n,.. 1- ., ,su, ( t. ; HI t!..- II"'. I - - . , ,,,,,., 1. 1 .'.iv i,nr.'... ..... ... . ......... . i- , ll in-".- " hu, ,. . ''', .'X.,h,w. ...- ........ farlur.-. 'Hal- a,. J rt.rttr.uii-i u , two au.oma.ie ea.l.h'r, are now ., SINGERS COMING ye Old Towne Quartette Will Enter-; tain Independence Monday. . . n-i i Mmuiiir : Al I lie Biiir iuui...v ... ....... .., tlu, ,p,. ()f In.l. . iui-iic. OI,prtu..ity to hear one " 1 11 1 of u .Ht qua rtel I es on the roao. f()nm:)nly kllow Hs Ye Old Towi,j ;nown ns ir ..... ( This is one of the mini-1 )jy )h(i lvt.eum (.ollrs(. a,1(i! Is the last but one In Independence Probably at no tlae, t(c of this cityj.d; r '-. . . ' ' '""'.''. : - ' i ' " j- i ' - - v.- r I - ' -T I " . i. - -5. ? . ' I E . " , ... ... , '.-A -..v.- - - - ;,.). ...... ?- W ' - , j. .... 'j. JK ' '. ;.v. ' . 'A " .'s 1 ' IV1 l'0' . ' 'U s -iv ft ,xn ,1m . ii i itti'n inir' ...".j I J I v,..w.w. , i minify,. yTold towne quartette i in, ti,n world They had, persecution to the extent of passing a TI,UlarW il Lionel who'Lree to put them 'to death. Does ratncr ptI " L . ... I. tii.,1,. .linker illlu uis i if - tan ' . 0o, wU1'jov (hat resurrec t ion morning? . ... .... , civ 1 power - ' nor - not a. vu . lngthe .ecuto d too far. He s S st. Kl th re u po ition aa st i o e - Jm U: .y llo- I liHul KM.. t'u.l.l.T f'oill 'prtiiy, wl'.li j a.cinri, m lit tl.o l-l I.iiII.I im, for; li. nl Tl. .ou.pitny li Hi.i I., up of u nuinlji r of ci nj i in i HinJ Tin- l'i!l. . nd w"1' i .!., mli.r.-nn in of very I IHlii Mini ItmikliiK iilltM'l"toj ih.H i.i iiii.ii it..- oik of if,, in"-; ii. . i In- Kiiui'.u.y U now ' ml'-aM-r- I n K ! ttpil.r i-noilKll ll.K-r-nl Ulliolli; j.i iijiI.. .iii iin.iii-y In I iv.-ii to l.lii ii t .I'oi-y for Ho- Ho- n.aiii.r.u - ii. i. ,,t I!..) in .o l.ii.-i in tlil .' if, , ii,. n l.. li.,i. ii.." i un rpii"- i" m-v , ,. .,- u ,,.....l-r t ,l-!rM,.. i.'.rii.iH In l.wsi i.roiiil 'liH- ii.nir. it, .J ihi-y will ;"i, .tui. Hun tli- Hi" lilii.- w 11 i-'iiiiia.l viry olli'-r 'oln ' 1 1 ; i v n i r il Ain- (i'w in, tin. iiiiiik.-t. n , ....... 1. 1 1 , ... ,1 ( nil III1 ( 'Mlil' l lly HI" 't i; 1,I!V, ... ,, la,.- . fa.M-ry tout ,,.,, llU ,!,,,-S f..r y a, ,o ,., L.,t ir .t .1 I' to In. .' - ,.,.,.., .ni.lial t 1-t.y ! ,., '.- ..'pupm.,.. ,.,1 ,,.a,.ri.,l . ........... ... .... ..v.art i in.. , r iiI,J"'oik i...--. " - - work, in lno'l K f'r t,,.lllatl m l:i I)" ..in. 1 1 li .un .. l.utikH aii'l offu'-s in it iff i -1,1 H.' If. us of Ii.'- .oi'ilrv Tl.i ,i- ar.- manv i n rim in t!'- ,,. I u,i.k.K out pay-roll- (lM-Momlay a .old wavo foMowd and ... . ., .......u'ror Ho- first tlmo this m-ason wf Un ,11'ini'V is ..fiiirrii in..-.- ... ...I.. " ..... .... .... ., t ii,. ..... I t IIVOI.I (TIOI. .1IHI HI III'-". 'l . '0l,l''d i .y ,,,.-i''tr four pi-rso s li. fore I, h -put i the employes' envelope. WUh Hi. si- ina linn h the money is Coutlnui'd on pae xX- an o)Kiitiiniiy ,,o listen to iieh art Ms'h ut home, and tle-ro should he a en (1 alt-lidaee. AH over the eir- ,.it lh,.y ,,. known by th-'.r ability Mo Hinir. and by their KiiiKliiK they ?pl use. .An evening m petit with them ! M ill be one of d. light and a pleasant rin inorv forever. . T.. ,l.... .f iirlliilsHK.il is 2.1 CClHS. i - .A! , , , In other iti.s Hiey are paying j.Ojbeen good sleighing now. ..iii.Tiniimient the .I.. nth r.r khow has fallen. . .-... mi - management of the Star Theatre buc- w. t te. d.-d In gelling them billed for half price. Do not Judge, the abll.ty of we nm. i - - " quired to pay. p-i ' mtdfeoiHg ra,)M.y lh ..real- Creator see all this? He ! their faithful persecuted ones will be caught up in the air together to meet their Lord. What a blessed f runsitirin frnm this W'Ol'ld Of Sltl ' Jeans u-ilt take his loved ones in and pre8ent thpm t0 ,Ue Father and say .1 and te chlldron whora th0u , of he Lamb and the Savior will serve them f 15 fc ' T, VNi I SNOW COMES TOJREGON OREGON'S FIRST WINTER PUT IN APPEARANCE MONDAY Heavy Snow Fall Throughout th Val ley Afforda Pleaaure for th Young American. of tl.U H,-tlo of the ta wok- to f.l m-.th.-r ,ar,U n nn-.y " wtU, a coat of tt,0 -b-.-inful. ami l-l'-ru,.',- wan ......nl.-d h a 1,-ap of MlKhl on th- pari of the in aitaiki.iK ivcryoni; who was un fori uiiHtu -noin'li to Ret n.-ar. Tl.c in Icii'-nt condl'ioii of tin wculh.-r (.liiin-.i'i(l .Sumlay -v-lili.K ............ -. .... ui.il rit MtOrlll. ... winter .loon uh. At anoill i . ' " ... ....... ......t....i.....l ... fill. li.lt VVt-lllUK BIIOW . ..Hi..." - v. -v. It melted raitldly and there Is but lit tie on the ground at the present time. The storm continued all day Tues day and Wednesday, placing the roadf in a terrible condition and practical ly Hiispending business. The novelty of the real winter In Oreton Is ha b-d with delight. Boys and girls have contrived all sorts of means for a sleigh ride, and coasting on the sidewalks is a passtlnie en- Joyed by many of the younger Inhab itants of the city. If the ground had been frozen be fore the snow came there would have Quite a deuth of snow has fallen, but most of it melted away as soon as it reach ed the ground. The snow storm Is general all over the state and in some narta of the valley the fall Is heavier, according to newspaper re ports, than if Is in this Immediate vi cinity, Independence has had the most mod erate winter that has been known for years, and at this late period a pro longed cold spell is not looked Tor. The nresent condition of the climat. has brought forth the prophet and all sorts of predictions regarding tne crops, early spring, high water, etc.. are heard. The motion picture show is at tracting wide attention this winter. The management has made every ar rangement to give good service and the patrons of that place of amuse ment are showing their appreciation by giving each show a good attend ance. The Legislature convened at Salem Monday and the law makers are at work. who love and obey God. What about those who worship the beast (the earthly government) those who stand by the papal Sun day? They will receive the plagues and the birds of the air will devour their bodies. Read Revelation 19:17 20. The angel cries to the fowls of heaven, "Come and gather your selves together unto the supper of the treat God, that ye may eat the flesh of kings and the flesh of captains, and the flesh of mighty men, and of horses and them that si't on them and the flesh of all men both free and bond, both small and great aud the beast (Rome) was taken and with him the false prophet that wrought miracles before him with which he decei'ved them that had received the mark (papal Sunday) of the best and these were cast alive into a lake burning with fire and brimstone. Dear reader where will you stand? Oh, be wise. Jesue invites you to a mansion, a robe and a crown of vie: tory. Do not fear the world. It will soon pass away with all its lust, its follv. its persecution, all who will live Godly wHl "suffer persecution vjvv r Read Isaiah 51 and. verse 7 and S Hearken unto me ye that know ngh righteousness (God's commandments) the people in whose heart is my law fear ye not the reproach of men, nei- th-r be ye alraid of their revilings for moth shall eat them up like a gar ment and tho worm shall eat them like wool; but my righteousness shall b forever, you will live as long as God's law lasts, if you obey it. Never mind the persecution. God's eye Is NUMBER J J. A BIQ SHOWER The MUst-s .Vol and Mildrd Owens and Mrs. C. bh.-n-fidd a iiilHi-tdUiieoua nhowtr Ut Thursday evening t ihi home of llio la!tr In honor of M! Kriua Hrou, wi k k'tum the wtJ of Mr. K.ank Whlttsker of Albany. Tho early part of the evenlim w duvoted to a K"e''l,l'i voniet t)i first prl: being won by Mis Nellie Damon. In cuttiliif the d-IU ioun cakn made for the occasion Mrs. Clld-j Williams secured the penny, JIN Mabel Bill In, thimble, and Mil Haol hai.iion the ring. Mtsa llrown was tho re-lpieiit of many v-ry b-uutiful and useful pr-s-nu, :ouHHtn8 of rut Rla, lln.-n. a, silver, and granite ware. The following jfu-fis were preM-i.t: Mrs. t'lldo Williams, Mrs. Olive Il-.iU-Mrs. Kthel Tripp. Mm. Claude Johnson. Mrs. Willard Craven, Mlsnes Kalle Dunsmore. Nellie Damon, Row ..mi So-n ng. Mabel Pon-rflel.J. Em- roy Devllt, Gladys Irvine. Emma ll-n- kl- Malx-l Lllls, Hazel Nonunion, Ii. rtha liohnnnon. Bertha Thorp, I!-r- tha Collins. Clara Purvlne, Florence Hu. inn. Grace Wallace, Genevive Jameson of Portland, Nola Owens, Krma IJrown, Mrs. Shenefield. FRATERNAL UNION INSTALL OFFICERS; a v.r nWiiant eviinlng was -spent I., the lodae rooms of the Fraternal Union last Wednesday evening at which time new officers were Instal led. After the regular work was over tables were spread for the fifty mem bers and guests. The ladies are to h complimented on the repast tney set before the male members of that order. Following the supper the remain der of the evening was spent with music and games. Although it was well Into the wee small hours before the party broke up, everyone pres ent was disinclined to leave. SAVES TWO LIVES "Neither my sister nor myself, might be living today, if it had not been for Dr. King's New Discovery" writes A. D. McDonald of Fayette, N. C. R. F. D. No. 8, "for we both had frightful coughs that no other remedy could help. We were told my sister had consumption. She was very weak and had night sweats but your wonderful medicine completely cured us both. It's the best I ever used or heard of." For sore lungs.cougns, colds, hemorrhage, lagrippe, asthma, hay fever, croup. Whooping cough, all bronchial troubles, its suprem Trial bottle free. 50c and $100. Gu aranteed by all Druggists. FOR SALE. One good modern up to date hous situated on fifth streeet For par ticulars inquire of or address J. J. Williams, Independence. Phone Farm ers 659. ., 30-34 on the one who persecutes the man i woman who stands for His truth, they are precious to him and h will take vengence on tne one wuo of fends them. God's law will be the law ia the new earth. The Lord will create a new earth, wherein dwelleth righte ousness and all the people win De righteous. There will be no papal Snnitav nr as Svlvestor Bishop of Con stantine said, Lord's day the Son of. Man is Lord of the Sabbath not. bun day. Let no man deceive you. ' Where is the minister today, who will hold up the law of God as H spake it? People must arouse them selves if they would be saved. , If the Lord be God follow him, Oh, be wise. There will be a few. As it was in the days of Noah so shall it be in the coming of the Son of man Jesus is soon coming. He Is ever , at the door, he is waiting for you , to decide for Him. Will you stand the test? Can you not give up the world with as foolishness? Away with such a man-fearing spirit. A. great reward is waiting for you do not let any man take your crown. Whoever will do and teach God's command ments shall be great in the kingdom of Heaven. Will you teach them?God't service pays. If you teach only nine precepts you will never enter Heaven. Blessed are they that do His com mandments that they may have a right to the tree, of life and enter into the gates into the city. Dear reader, see that your title is clear and. oa the Books of Heaven.