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WEST SIDE KNTEItriUSE, INDEPENDENCE, OREGON
THE WILD HCO.
Hut If there be anything mora U-au-
. ! I . t aI I s t 1 .
DESTINY OF HUMAN SOULS.
. iirui iiiiii the ijl In MoMoin u
. U't 0..P.r.U Cr..1-. i HuM.r. t.H. Uded down with; tWy Th.t h. plrU. .(I
m. rr i.iin mi., I .... M..n fruit Tlu-n it MM PlM lU
Qlv II Wld t.mh.
"Talki"" alout (If fro thing, tin)
UJ hK l about tlio toiightat moni
tor I bava ewr tackled in th
avood," aid 'fon Arkansas,
"and if you - ,""'l'r ,net 'lim
lilt wildest ataU you havs no con
caption of bi JpITt nature. I
it thoroughly dc-imraU and thor
oughly vicious, lit has that kin J
of viciousnes wnirn innics irou
Ida. I !' "ball forget an eipurl
nee I had W r "n,,
yvart ago during high atir. The
'whole St. Francis basin wm over
flowed. 1 bad gone into the hot
tome from the bills for Ihe iurM
of rswuintf mint stock. I had tar
ried my does along, thinking 1
might hunt hour while in a section
which notably good for this
kind of prt at that time.
Jut about undoh one day my
dues opened up in a wild, ulniudt iin
MiirirahU. part of the section I was
In, and from the way they larked 1
i..,m,.I,i ilii-v hnd bear at bay. 1
is that the njijtlo touches huniiin na
ture and wakens in the housekeeper
the highest conceptions of tho ci
nice and tho fine art of dietetics.
Animals and Fire.
Mont tnimnlt are afraid of Arc
and will lly from it in terror. To
other there it fascination about
a (Ionic, and they' will walk into it
even though tortured by the heat.
A horse in a burning ttable goes
mad with fear, but a dog it at cool
in a (ire at ut any tinio. He keep
liii tii ilnurn lit Dili (li)fir. whlTC
the air U purest, and tela himself
calmly to finding hit way out. Cute
in Arcs howl pitoouVly. They hide
tlu'ir facet from tho light and
crouch in corner. When their rcs-
cuit lift them they are, at a rule,
Uite docile and aubdued, never bit
ing or scratching, Jlirds teem to le
hypnotized by lire and keep perfect
ly at ill. Kven the loquacious parrot
f : I .1 . ...... ..
iii a tiro but Nullum.' to Mils'. Cows.
ll.ougni ,,.ry '7 " j ,U tloKS do not ahuir alarm. They
'"' V '"-: L "...I;.. l r eu to lend forth and often
that I was .lhm a few yard of the! the.r way out the.n.elvct. .
tW In'foro I could o them, li , . .
,.ul4 ee that they were bit tin.- A Oood t.t.d 8qu..h.
. . .... i. . .1 f I. ..I '. if.rnm unit it untl tho ainokl'
id about ton eunm, u"j( " .. , . ...
i ...t... ii,..v nt butt i inn u lb own awav una the
find a bear at bav, ami tin ru.-u uan tean.in m ih.uk . y
Jlll'l f .' -,.l.l i,,mi,. inln Ihn L'llllie
bit. I.'IOUL'JI t wnii
...v tiiatililnll n
riot ouite prepared f'T lli" thnii;
llmf bnpJM lixd a few mh oii.U Inter.
Il.forn I c)ulI r-'ftiU my peril n
wild lxar, oni- of the hirpxt I bud
rver e ". bili' d '' "f A clump of
mile And mii-l" lnii'ht fr iw. I'or
tuutitilv there a I'' limld, in
liliinj,''tre f' f''t 'roiu wb-re
1 tod. I bap d uj. the Jr.,' ju.t
in time t " m.V bide. The hog
tninM-d me by n m re k rati h. The
tb.' were quirk to Uk ttdttiitue
.f th nit nation nnd fnade it linc
..... I. 'ft. ..a f,.l."l lO llll
!i.'"t enr niinoit tn n juTy
Mm Patt lute tale.
Are the bodice of animala inhab
ited by the aoula of human U-i..,-
.i.,l .tot ironfl? Don't ineci
too liattily at the queation, for if it
thoulil be anaweren uumuj
neuAtive ecience ia at a lot to ac-
tount lor tlio Utter uepraiiT
tt (. imr-nt to the dull-
uim.i. - -
cut oljaervar that dumb teatU ex-
ercitfl a malign influence over man.
imi.i. .1 il.. I.mtu.n ruinml bf
iiiiiik ui vow vr... :
cowa that have kicked over half fill
ed paila of milk. Think ol tue rep
utation for truth that have been
destroyed by trout. Think of th
honeaty that haa been turned into
dweit by tho home, ao that they who
trtdo in that animal are byword
among their lent eorely tempted
brethren. Think of tho indefinite
prolongation of thia lint that might
lo made and then connidcr if am
mult are or are not animated by th
ton! of human wrctchct that havt
Some aueh theory mut be ac
cepted, and it ia not open to doubt
that retHonable jK.'ople will accept
this : The toul of the wicked art
condemned to pn into animsU and
to htny there until they have ducov
cred proHpective tenant worte than
Thia theory explain everything.
Tho liur inhabit fiah, tho tricknteri
nml thoHO triven to butting
in become gout. In the attempt to
,,,1 il,..ir ..nancv bv Uridine suitable
eucccHiior tho evil f pirita resort to
temptation, with, alas, unfailing
uecc. The half pound trout
droniiing 1T tho hook 11a pa in t
W. R. AULIN D. D. S.
Ask the Apt for Tickets
3. s. moo un,
Dnlr timt-clam workmen
ploy-d in the "Wigwam." Hhop
situated on North aide of C Street
1 1. ..n riilmlv iiiimm into the uame
mil enrrii-H oil till! lifiZO With the
higgcot lie on reioril, according to
the Springflidd Hepublican. It i of
t Angelc farmer who ruixed a
aquuidi which a no laru that he i i
H n ii ttsiMe fur a net cnlf.
n; 'l. . it... uj umion. I :.. rta,niv lluil the AllL'lc!
4 no nmiu" in ii": Biininn " r i in rcniuui.' o"'"v "
ed out and an entrance cut for the; proclaim him a five pounder at
calf; al a window in the other side: ,,i t)ie look of human an
for it to Iimik out of. Kxchunge. , 1 ticiimtion on the face of a goat
; B,)()lt to ktl(K;k gomo uiiKUHpecting
CHARLESTON'S PECAN GROVE i ... r.oa into a barbed wire fence can
; (ny proceed from the knowledge
V., i.ntv iln we crow be tier pe-' ii,,i't lim rcdultant cxtilokion will
Mi can in South Carolina than any of ,v,.r Bnothcr aoul into the miro as
Hg car iinie-v ... ........ ......... it,t liitve ever . . tinTi for Inmscll.
fflll to free - :VHX -V,,;; market, but w j The theory i- irrefutable and ita
. i . ..A,;,, , frful. hue in .'viuui i nrmiua m rf.i erai ix-eiiii-B :, .
r vtvr,lfT J?, .. ' rm-o in the world. It l-i torld to a hitrhcr j.Une.-PortInd
IV. tor ft time 1 " ,v,i J,n S. llorlla-k! n.mn!n.
.r i M...ri..i..ti nml i hittmU'iJ in
... I ...... . I Hit Hint w uioiu
uiem. i " .... -i iM1rl.1ii.ni and 1
,,:: z; ,;,; ,t
Couldn't Forget Hi Pt Them.
G. A. HURLEY,
Attorney at Law and
Collection Promptly Made Title
Eat Side Main Street,
Independence, : Oregon.
. un .1 1 .ni.TI (T.
2 TRAINS DAILY 2
HtW lOUIMCNT TMA000MCWT
Palace and Toorlat Sleeper.
Dialog ao4 Boilat Bmoking Library Cars.
DAYLIGHT TKIP THROUOfl CAS
CADE AND KOCKV MTN8.
For rate, folder aod hill informa
tion regarding ticket, roew. c eaU
on or addre H. DICKSOM. CiBy
Ticket Alfent, 122 3rd Ht., tortlnd.
g. Q YKKKES.U. W. P. A.
612 Firat Ave., fcttie, W Ab.
Hortttm and fTaffoa.
Kor iale Gray mar 8 yeara
olJ; weight J300 pound; price)
ItO. Bay geldinjr 9 old;
weight 1500 poanda; price 1160.
A1m31 Inch Old Hickory wagta
and box for 1 35. IIora goarao
td to be eouad
Ll'CKMMCTC FlOCWHO Jf ILM Co.
loraluabefor Rbeumatlam. .
I have been eufTarlog for the peat few
year with a eevere attack: or laio-
matUm aod found that IillAitl'Hoow
Liolment we the only thing that
gave me aatlafactioa and tended to
ailevlata my paloa. March Z4lh, lwz.
John C. DegDAD, KloamAd Ilia, 250,
60e and f 10U. Bold by A. H. Locke.
INDEPENDENCE 4 MONMOUTH
II T. HUNK tA
One door month of Poet Oflice.
Fine Bath in connection with ehop
were bn cut all to ,... i.) rlVl.r,from tin city. We p0wn in Virginia, there was an
lnmr' limk. nut onrt- in m - --, . , frt. ... . i , , ,,,iri. .,. ,.. who liau preacn-
not one of th. m -ald quit. I " 1 1 " 1 , Comi.Hition ! ed about infant bnptiam morning
Iom of blood made t.u n. .UM-rat. l ar-iina i whhj unUl ,)i8 concgatlon
I,rW.t!y.dur.nalun.nth, , r2 , 7Jul,siill)ll nm, nll the couldn't tnnd it any longer- They
M,, 1 got a chani e t- - m r . (o h lutlung else
and Jdugg.d the b.mr b.!.-n the n manufacture; or they'd have to find aoine one who
ve.' Th fiKht over then , but - witll the world wouiaf He promised and the next
my iloga were in iu , mtlll.tion 0f ,,. eotton. A
wild boar i. about th. mo-l . e per- n " I j b lho k.gis.
ate thing I have ever em,n.n , red. , jn. 1 -n
-New QrU.au Time-le,iuK-rnt. , mU vmhh South Carolina
TTTTr,. re to take nil the gold medal offered
THE USE OF APPLES. j fftf corniitton in field crop and
J orchard product and immufuetuml
DMttl Valu o Thl. Common and j( ft .,v lttt lho rlciiwt
B..I of All fruit j tfiU, jn th(, ,oulh; i proportion to
One medical writer ): in j ju Hn.a amj population, should ,le
llnti Htttlt' ono ftt thii. uintu in tho south to
niter, provided they bo taken itg advantages known to the
ncnltimc It i bet of all to cat; . in ft)(j hoine socking world.
.... ...I fr.uilv B: . - lV,iirlP
j I'luirlesion vl
H. H. Jasperson,
Utter, provided they bo taken at.
nualtime. It I lel oi an i v., invw,in(?
fruit lH-fore meai, anu 17 j
This will prevent loading the
i, m with heavy weight of lew di
;.!., r...u The no breakfast
f,l tell u that we mut not only
A MiHium of Gormi.
The Itrilibh Medical Journal te la
ruriou Mory at the expend of the
" For 25 yer I hve never
mised uking Ayer' Srprilla
every pring. It clense my
blood, mke me feel irong, nd
doe me good in every wy.
John P. Hodnette, Brooklyn, N.I.
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,
what Ayer's Sarsaparilla
will do for you.
ILMlMtk. AlKratfto- '
DR. J. J. MURRAY, '
VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST
orncc, aukCK'B Liwtav wtablc
DALLAS, - - OREGON
fml tell u mat we , 'Jreiioh Acauemv 01 ji- -
!...,. 1.a mnrninif meal, mil , ,i ,.., lo new (limners.
iri. wiiii'.u r. - ,1 iitiH rei'eini . . ,,
. . 1: ninm liirt'e IV! . .. 1 l...in,r
tiuu we mum i" oi"" ,.
lii.ni. - - - . , (;n vile l'i" " .. ,
-uil. Soma of H diacitdin; n jn whidl tho council used to
,at tho ai-plo may be taken .(h .,,, illf;M a. found to be a
ilaee of the ordinary break-; , f 111U,(.111, containing
..- 1 ..,..rr,.i . i:i .w,il....t... 111 the
11.. i. 11 new neimr iieiiiK".
in the place 01 tno onium.j kuuj 0 juu.-cum, ' ,-r---
. i. 1... u-..u..v .m. H referred tf . t ii,.ic .lirt. eo ecteil 111 tlie
.10110 n c.,i - 1 mens 01 , , .
am.lo dumlingH a an illuMratnu : e )f mHllV y(.nr9 As a irat
of (he alarming ndvanee of IuxunetM i .(i lho )r,,,, ,,f punhc.it on
.... 1... 1 i .... .iu 1.1111111 1 uiiiit1 ,. . , tinii nein v .in.
HI I'.nglHlHl. ' ! tlio fill pei, , - ..,,
i ..1... n..it "a man can-. , . .J ul,s tiiken up, wnen,
..1,.. r..fnKi!! . 1 ..,1 .if Dm liehoklcrs,
not have a pure mum " to the wonuernn-ui. .
rA'j.L nnlIr.Jrthnon: riirni.t. Hlill more ragged
niT. r. , ".' vi..w. Under
... ...I.- .-r . f Mfrrviiiiiii tit inn i .vfiitil' mi It' li'i"
vn nlinoht nitogeiner o - jourui, uu - . j j
Saxon combination. We have rev; of m,,l,lemig car t U ha
.olleetiona of dumpling wh.eh nught, ;n W10W Mui dy th.a w
nec.rd with tho. opinion of. U'l ' 8,ulke the public faith in tho mi
and then we have recollection ' ; cro)0 bogy.
other dumpling which might have, TZZM Gown.
Wn the origin 'of t f ' M... w-n.. of5te Jan-
. 1. l,n) k it to liC, ....minlBSlollcr to tm l-
1 .1 . ..l....ita Oil ...iil 111 lji
.. .. . .. . 111.1 run iu..'.
1 .. ;.. tl...
i,.,w ill I.0IUI011, i
ntrn raw, yet , 1 expotun"" . . , giie
iiii ii turn, y cook, 1 ... ... f l,..r wits em PlstiTS, lor 811.
3pitzeni)iirg i " chj ...
in whoo hand it become the V'rJl own 100 magnit u
ent costumes of
wouiu. lu "u""" , ,
Sunduv announced hia text, Aiiani,
where art thou?
"Ib,. bredem, can be divided into
fouh headH," began tho domima.
"First every man is somcwhar; bcc
ondly,' moBt men am where they
ain't got no bus'nes to be; thirUly,
you'd better look out or you 11 be
cittin' there you'aclf; fo'thly, m
i,.ni;,m Kow. bredern, I
guess wo might's well paat by th
fust thro heads and come imn
d'fly to tho fo'th, infant baptism.
V- Vlr TrilillTlfi.
uir.M Was Small
c:. r-Lrinnlier Wren resembled
the smallest of British birds riot in
name. only. Staying with Charles
II at that Monarch Newmarket
hunting lodge,Sir Christopher heard
him complain that tho rooms lacked
height. "Purdon me, sire, he broke
in; "to mo tlicy fem iuk
"Aye, and to mo, too, now, replied
n w,v mmnireh. crouching till
be nearlv touched the floor, for this
king, who "never said a foolish
thing and never did a iso one.
would have made two oir v,mi
A Fw Word of Warning.
Two big men, well known fight
er, were quarreling, whereupon one
of them said: "1 expect well fight;
I don't bco any other way out ot it.
Butlwnnttotcllyouoneim . j- flock
have false teeth ana it you . .
in tho mouth and brea k t hem I w ill j ue nL I e
. .irrnw nml KIIOOL UU. uiu - - -
cciaguxiiuH "7- , u ,r soul." renlied Father
T-ii unn.l tho bovs alons to the
church!" Pall Wall Gazette
Giffars, Cigarettes, Tobac
cos and Comectionery.
Fikst Class Soda Fountain
Give Ilelatli, Vigor and Tone
Herblne Is a ooon for suffer from
...... i, i.i. Uv ita use the blood 1
U.aav - J
quickly regenerated and the color be
come normal. Tbedrooping Btrength
is revived. The languor i diminlBbeU
Helt. vigor and tone predominate.
life and happy activity results.
Mr. IIIIb H. Shired. Mlddlesborough
Ills., write: "I have been troubled
with liver complaint and poor blood,
nl I found tiothiiiK to benefit me
obo. Hurl. I mo I hone never to tie
tt iihmit it. r hue wished that I had
known of it in uiy husband's lifetime."
60c. Hold by A. 8. Locke.
On Qooci Term.
T nortnin nnrish in One of tHe
southern counties of Ireland the
congregation at theEpiseopalchurch
ilv civ. One dav the
lluiuucitvA ' , v -
bishop of the diocese announced his
intontinn of visitinn the parish. Of
course the parson was in serious
concern lest ins lorusmp buuuiu
You can hit mo anywhere and kick
mo anywhere except in the mouth,
but don't you dare break my false
teeth. Atchison uiuur.
l .1 ...Ik tllA
lliltTPU II" ...
verfection of pie apple. i" " j mIK ana sum., ()neof i Und..irbi job.
iecnth century1 went out with a mar-l of J.pra. Ont of nroMI1 lic? for he p
velou. evolution of new sort of t,w rg-ou. go na c inm.st- to a gentleman, who gave her a note
fruit of all kind., but there a fn,rtti n 0f tg, manager of a certain club,
nothing in the lint to exceed the de-, d hu. n u g b.nl. , followB.
lieiou juice of the Northern Sp , of s lver trickle loU'- ' , .Doar Mr. x.-lTiis woman wants
Tn..i.,..wi. l?,.,l. the Shannon or, ( ,n pheasant wing !
a nn iiiui.tiiiurii - in . . i ..i,.imiiw Hint itiwi whniiuik.
! v. hnHlv afterward ine an-
tho Stuarf. Golden. over a cio i .& &
There i nothing in me wo. " gauze. n y-j , and jeweled
ceed the beauty of the apple Mo-. h gh fr0m the for ehtjd. .nUJ
n, while the air i aden w th . j , a d m.ntr
aom, while the air i laden witli an A cM
.xouisite perfume that ha char, d g t ,e mtncja
a hundred generation, na w fure.-,
tho poesy, the love and the com
-of CW, ofjlomatjjtnd pfjt-
- 1 lO 1 1 V
c;- T ,1nrn sav she does.
but I don't fancy the job."-lx)ndon
tb Tirice of peanuts will
work universal misery. The peanut
haa become a staple article of food.
Tt- nnniaritT i immense, and the
uses to which it can be put are man
ifold. Great industries, like the ctr-
j nmnla - an nourished
Tipon tha peanut The threatened
.f nwt h averted by every
possibl mtana. Providence Jour
Atk your dootor bil b thlnli of Ayr
oidfimilT infirm., follow Ui. adrio. and
" -"' -j.'c. CO-U.w.11. M.
dnr rr Mon
mouth and Alrlm
7:) a. m.
t.:l p. iu.
Ihu for Mn
11:110 a. m.
6:14 p. in.
tor A I rile.
T: a. m.
S-Jii p. m.
H Jii a. tik.
6i p. m.
Imim Alrlle for
:U6 p. in.
leaves IHilla for
Irno p. m.
9:40 a. m.
l :'l p. m.
, denre fur Aion.
2.-05 p. m
Davidaoi? 6V fledges, Props.
CorvaUis k Eastern Railroad
I. L. SMITH
Cigars, and Beer
or in Bottles, at
THE I. L. SMITH SALOON,
Independence, - - Oregon.
I. L. SMITH; Proprietor.
TIME CARD NO. 24
Vrt O Vnr YnniliriR.- ?
w -- .
Leaves Albany 12:4o p. m.
2:00 p. M.
6:20 p. M.
. 6:45 a. m
.11:30 a. m.
.12:15 p. m
No. 1 Returning:
Leavee Corvallis .
No. 3 For Detroit:
Leaves Albany 7:00 a. m
Arrives Dntroit 12:20 P. M.
Vn 4 from Detroit:
Leaves Detroit 1:00 p.m.
Arrives Albany 5:55 p.m.
Train No. 1 arrives in Albany in
ilma tn nrinnect with tne S. r.
south bound train, as well a giv
ing two or three hours in Albany
hpf,r rlerarture of S. P- North
Train No. 2 connects with the
S. P. trains at Corvallis and Albany
civine direct service to Newport
and adjacent beaches.
Train 3 for Detroit, lireiienDusn
and other mountain resorts leaves
Albany at 7:00 a. m., reaching De
troit about noon, giving ample time
to reach the Springs same day.
For further information apply to
T. Cockreix, Agen Albany.
U. H. Cronise, Agent, Corvallia.
for your new Fall garments.
It is the only proper and sat
isfactory way of buying your
clothes, beingr that "00O
CLOTHES ARB ALWA 3
MADE TO ORDER." Make
vour selection from the tail-
. . r
Chicago, tst. 1077
Good tellon for ow Quarter century
You'll find a world of pleas
ure ia wearing the clothes
made by Strausa Bros.,
faultless in style, fit, finish
and materials. They're so
much better than the ordi
nary run of clothes, yet
prices are astonishingly low,
and your perfectly safe in or
dering, because if garment
are not satisfactory, yon
needn't take them. V fc,
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SHOW YOU OUR GREAT
LYne OF SAMPLE S
P. M. Kirkland