ItfDKPKNMWUK EN1 EliTliJfiE, J N P F P E N 0 R SC K , OUEMO.V fiPia tt in 1 l-. .. ,r,r II III I Will III nmni" i hero W I) i) in.r HIM Wllllll r . , li.iniiiL' is liiMim (loin.'. When ymi , ii .... n - - throtijili you will jrlully IICI'il noinu nitw ltnl limiM'- J Furniture i. ilio nicict complete ami hc1tI lino Z carried in vur city, cotiHixtinji of lVilmmu Suil,f, j f j.;xt,.,tim and Outer Table, CWIicm, lion '..ls, Spring nttd MattrrMHcs, (Miairn and an mh11!hh Q I amount of lino ami medium Hockerx tn Hclcct . 'mo over (Jj) I from. Hemember ulo that I j;ivo J .Coupons to Every Purchaser. F On thorn beautiful Salad Set Keen in the notith f window. 1 invito you to call, look over 'iny ha 1 o,l int i.riceH. Wo aro hero for burliness and 0) i i 1:1... luirlnLii tt voiir ti'!iili ?l uisrDJDitTAiviisrG i I,, all its branclH'H. Day or night calls promptly j& 19 attended to. u W. L. BICE, Independence, y County Correspondence SUNNY HliOl'K. jtn Clarke visited Salem tltia Uk. He disposed of it horae while iere. F.C. Hayars viaited Oak Grove iturdav. Ho traded for ft hack hil there. The cloning, exercise- of the rhool here wer held Monday, pril 27, at 7 p. m. R. M. Smith rejwirts having lost large ndmW of lambs recently. thinks a ooyotte did the work. Goo. Murphy and (lien Ireland L cutting a large amount of oak raber on the Ireland ranch, south If here. Ex. Co. Judjro Wells and John lurpby panned here Monday on eir way to their timber cluima on e Siletz. James Dunn, of Corvallis. was rough here recently. He was in- nested in logging but did not care the tackle the oak timber on the umwalt placo. Road Supervisor Thoe. Strain m been doing some excellent rkon the Moran Hill. Con- Arable work will be douated and think we will have the beet road have ever had. AIKMK, Mr, and 11. A. HastinKfl, of Pedee, re Airlie viuitors last week. Walter Butler, Deputy Assessor, recently here on oflicial husi- MisaOllie Iia.fi nor and Mrs- Patras were Independence visi-'"laatweek. . R. IMrba$, D. D. $. Jlonmoutli Dentist &a Esporb N rcr P. O.. Monmouth. Luther Condron and John Ronco, of the I'edee Lumber Co., were here on buaineMi last week. One of the section banua was slightly injured here oa laRt Sat urday, by handcar jumping the track. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Jonea, of Montgomery, attended the County Sundny School Convention in In dependence lunt week. Elmers Burroughs, of McTiin monda Valley, wan in town laat wek with a load of poultry, which he exchanged for merchandise. S. P. Hastings haa advertised his personal projerty for Bale and will leave about the middle of May for Repairria, Wash., where he owne a fine ranch. A Greit Sensatlour ..... . hli. iu.ntlon In Lee' I UVI. n mn villa, lud., wheu V. H. Brown, of that place, wdo waa exjieciru w i.. a i.i. ufa ..H hv Dr. KImk's New Dlacavery for Conauuiption. He . t . 1,1.. n rrin. writw: t i euuureu msuiioruuio lea from athrua, but .vour New DIs- ma iBiiiipillate relief and aoon Ihereafter efTeoted a complete ... ........ cure." Similar cures oi wu"m'""" pneumoula, bronchltia and grip are numerous. It'a the peerlewi remetiy for all throat and luug trouble. Price SOoand 11.00. Guaranteed by Kirk land Drug Co. Trial bottle tree. HIGHLAND. Mise Bertha Osborn ia no better. Mrs. R. G. Simon is in Minnesota visiting relatives. Miss Winnie Osborn is home from McMinnville. Mrs. Hughea, of Pallas, has been visiting relatives here. . n . .'- njo.linor Sam (Jbris reieraou i .'""o. Baldwin in his work this ween. Mrs. James leurim, -has been very ill, but is better at present. . ai..i. tvinir at i Mrs. Anna diiic j - . the h"me of Mr. and Mrs. Jones, in Indepenuenc i . ., ,1 1anirhter. Bud Alexanaer ----- . -Edilh were visiting relatiyes ia Linn County Sunday. .Mr. Graves and clauiihler. 0 In- di-peiidifiiue, were giients at the home ol Mrs. Gentry .Sunday. Our Sunday School ut two lelegupm lo tlm S. S. convention liixt week, who enjoyed it Imm-ii- auly. Word was received Suturday from Portland that Misa Nellie Cox had tu ken a relapau and waa in a very Herioti condition. IColilieil the (iriivo. A alartlinu inuidviit Ik narra'ed bv John Oliver, of Pinladelpbiu, a fol- luwa: "1 wai In an aw ml eoiiultum. My nklii waa almoHl yeilow, vea uukwii, tuiigue coated, pain continu ally In back and aide, no appetite, growing weaker day by day. Three nlijnlclHiia had given nie up. lien I waa advlted to try Klerlric lUllera. To my Krrl Joy the lirnl bottle made a de cided improvement. 1 voutiuued (heir uae for three weeka and am now a well man. 1 know they robbed the grave f auother victim." No one ahould fail to try them. Only 60c. Guaranteed at Kirkland Drug Co. 'a. HUKNA VISTA. A. J. Hall, of Wells, was in this burg Monday. Farmers are rushing their spring work to completion, these balmy, spring days. B. N. Hall now occupies the Mel vin Baldwin reaidence, In the west part of town. , S. M. Daniels, of Monmouth, looked after buainess in this place, the last of the week. Miss M. J. Lee returned Friday from a visit with CroBton and In depen Jence friends. Mrs. John Knighton returned to her Salem home Monday, after a visit with Buena relatives. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Harmon, of Bridgeport, visited at the Andrew Anderson home, Suturday and Sunday. Miss Alice Knighton and Miss Mabel Johnson were passengers on Monday's boot, bound for Salem for a visit with friends. An immense bunch of bananas sold in 24 hoursl And in Buena ViBta! It happened last week and E. C. Cole took in the nickels. A large and attentive audience listened to arTable sermon by BiahoD Heil. Thursday evening, in the United Evangelical church here. Mr. Loean. who with his family came to Buena Vista last fall, is shortly to leave for Newberg. to re- side. He has purchased some land near there. J. H. Knichton and Albert Davisson have been keeping bach elors' hall and farming a portion of the C. P. Wells ranch, near 1 dependence, recently. , A drive of 2,000,000 feet of logs r. tha hPAd waters ol ine 1 1 U 111 T.nnkiamute. in charge of the well known Spaulding Company, passed Buena Vista Wednesday, bound lor down river points. tU. 0. Sbarman, Is prepared to nhov you a complete line of Ktylish samples for spring suits. Call and look them over and ascertain prices. Bank Building, J XI) EPENDEXCE, OJUJ. The road work, mentioned by us laht week, is progressing rapidly. A number of men and a large road scraper are making an excellent showing on the job. The popularly of the Ester pkihe was plainly manifested here Friday, when the paper failed to arrive. There was a rush Saturday noon, in consequence. We hope it will not happen again, Mr. Mail clerk. - . About thirty people participated in the cleaning up of the Buena cemetery Saturday and partook of a bountiful bnsket dinner at noon. Owing to the busy season on the farm, however and to the further fact that the weather was unfavor able, the attendance was not what it otherwise would have been and another day is to set for the work. Watch for the date. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nehren, of Oregon City, have a baby daughter. It arrived April 13th. A letter from Oregon City parties to Buena friends, received Monday, stated that Mrs. Nehren was in a very critical condition with serious doubts as to her recovery. In girl hood Mrs. Nehren was Iiss Jest ie Hoover, a well known young lady of Buena Vista. Constipation r .,.,t hpiA arhe? Pain , ...... m an.r V Kail Da oi youi y taste in your mouth? Its your liver! Ayer's Pills are liver pills. They cure consti pation, headache, dyspepsia. r asc. Alldnmtaf- i rich blKkf Then BUCKINGHAM'S DYEteMift SI2VEKE ATTACK OF GRIP. Cured by Oue bottle of Chamber lain's Counh Remedy. "Whenl had an attack of the grip lrst winter (the second one) I actually cured myself with one bottle of Cham berlain's Cough Bemedy," says Frank W Perry, editor of the Enterprise, Bhortsvllle, N. Y. "This ia the honest truth. I at times kept from coughing myself to pieces by taking a teaspoon ful of tnis remedy, and when the coughing spell would come on at night I would take a dose and it Beemed thattfafr briefest interval the cough would pass on ana i wouiuguiuiH perfeotly free from cough and its ac companying pains. To say thattbe remedy acted as a most agreeable sur prise Is putting it very mildly. I had uo idea that it would or could knock out the grip, simply because I had never tried it for such a purpose, but it did, and it seemed with the second at tack of coughing the remedy caused it to not only be of less duration but the pains were far less severe add I had not used the contents of one bottle be fore Mr. Grip had bid me adieu." For sale by Kirkland Drug Co. GL Hawkins Dallas, Ore. Marble and Granite Monument8and Head atones Cemetery , work etc. Health " For 25 yeart I have never miaaed taking Ayer's Saraaparilla every apring. It cleanaea my blood, makea me feel strong, and does me good in every way." John P. Hodnette, Brooklyn, N.Y. Pure and rich blood carries new life to every part of the body. You are invigorated, refreshed. You feel anxious to be active. You become strong, steady,courageous. That's what Ayer's Sarsaparilla will do for you. II.MaMIU. AliariffWa. Atk Tonr doctor wh.t b. think, et Ayr" S.rtprill.. H.knoHbouiU,Uirraiid old f.mllf rntdK-tn.. follow W 4.clKl ";.'?. CO. t.. 1U-. First pub. April 2. ; Int pub. April SO ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE. vii. i hmhc .Iv.n that Mm. Luclnda Baldwin, or Independence, Polk county, ha. hn Dointed admlniat ratris of tbe estate or John R. Baldwin, deceased. All person Having claim, aguiu.v ..i..h.iir notified to DreMDt the same verified by affidavit within iK month from this date to said admlDistratrK, at her homo in said city or Independence, Polk county Oregon. ' Dated at Independence, Polk county, Ore gon, this 2nd day or April, VMi. ' MRU. LL'CIKDA BA1.DWIS. Admxestate of John K. Baldwin, dec d. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W, R. ALLIN, D. D. S. ...Dentist... Painless Extraction Specialty. Cooper Building, Independence, Ore. E. T. HENKLE, Barber Shop. main street, Independence, - - Ore J. S. MOORE, Tonsorial Artist Only brst-class workmen em ployed in the "Wigwam." Shop situated on North side of C Street. Ask the Apt " for Tickets ' VIA ' TO SPOKANE ST. PAUL, DULUTH, MINXEAPOUSCBICAGO , AND ALL POINTS CAST. 2 TRAINS -DAILY : 2 Ftist Time NEW EQUIPMENT THROUGHOUT Day Coaches Palace and Tourist Sleepers. Dining and Buffet Smoking Library Cars, DAYLIGHT TRIP THROUGH CAB CADE AND ROCKY MTN8. For rates, foldera and fall informa tion i-ouarrlmcr tickets, routes, etc.. call on or address H. DICKSON, City Ticket Agent J. W. PHALON, Trav. Fasa. Agt., rortiana. A . B.C. DENNISTON. G. W. P. A. 612 First Ave., :. SeattleWaah. Hall's Ferry Is now ready to cross the traveling public in first-class order. The , newest and best road to Salem. A. D. PETTYJOHN, Prop.