FOK SALE At a bargain, span,1 i 4rar ulJ, bay tusrra, weilj watched, gooj lookers and govl) 8U!T .HIT SOCIAL AND PERSONAL goera. C. w, I'r., KW,g Va! ley. I rC Dr. Allin, Dentist, Cooper Bids'. An Uuhinson U at homo from ft trip U Southern Orron, Jmc Hf'ijibj received a tcw, louble-armKl sprayer fr0" Tuj" Hup tfaturJay anJ hat set it to work In the Perclvftl bop yard. It Hointf ron peachy mow on the two ro" l t,n tn.r.et In Impendence. j q( b A. Win and eon were In from ! rfgittlerrd Jersey! through town to I i . i I . r. -1 their Iwiville farm Friday Hardly room to (stack vetch hay o the field where grown, tbia year. A good building lot In Indepen dence for ISO. Lyon & Dickinson. Dr. Zieber will be In, I)r, Butler's va, m - V'VIUVt w " - - office durinz the latter'a absence ing," yet several of tbern succeeded lb nl ten days Mrs. liOttie I ledges-Dorria at tended the funeral of Robert Dorris at Albany ounuaj. U jo r MeA ot dentistry the capture of 500 Irou - hrbas over Inde- That's nothing. Just wait unt see pendence National Dank. Miss Ethel Sbafer is In Portland for a two weeks' visit with her Bis ter, Mrs. Marie Oosterver. You need abuudanee of So-boes-So this weather. The place to get it Is at Huston & Simon's. J. L. Hanna and family and V. II. Roy and family are spending the summer at Ocean Park. There will be a danc at the opere house Saturday night Music by the Independence orchestra. Judae Wm. Richardson of Spo kane has been visiting with his father and mother in tbia city. Jess Whiteaker, Geo. Jones, Rob ert Roberts and Sam Trvine have returned from their fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Cusick of Spokane, Wash., are visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. F. C. McRey nolds. Wm. McLaughlin, foreman in one of the Spaulding logging camps on the Luckiamute, waa down Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clodfelter re turned to Portland Friday after a week's visit with relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. Hutchins returned to Port land yesterday after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clabe Richardson. A dance is announced for next Saturday night in the Horst Bros hall at the hop yard. Admission 25o. Good music. Miss Lucile Burt who came home from Portland with a severe attack of the rheumatism several weeks ago, is cow improving. Robert Dorris died at his home in Albany Saturday and was, bur ied Sunday. He was a brother of the late Lake Dorris of this city. Floyd Daly passed through In dependence a few days ago on his route-to Salem on a business trip way to the Siletz country to loofc at timber land. Mr. Daly formerly resided in Dallas. Rube Dickinson and Word But lor Inft. todav for the Bohemia mountains in Lane county. They around Falls City and a scarcity of will go by means of packhorses and laborers in the logging camps and weeks. mills. diy. They were purchased of Mark lluribert of Albany and will be ft valuable addition to Mr. Morrow's dtiry herd. The iogers were here Irt force all day Sunday, and while they heard reneated aeveral times "nothing do in tanki.g up to a mildly boicter ous condition. Perle Locke and Clyde Williams have returned from AUea and re trout. il John Bolt gets back, if you want to hear ft real fish story. Mr. Hall, purchasing agent for the Willamette Valley Co., was through the latter part of the week. He conferred with the regents cf the Oregon State Normal relative to the lighting of that institution Dr. O. D. Butler, Luther Grounds, Geo. Boothby and J. B. V. Butler leave today on their annual hunt ing and fishing trip. They will take their vacation in the Alsea country and will be gone about ten days. Chas. May, a hop dealer of Al bany, N. Y., was in town the latter part of the week, inspecting the Independence hop yards. He was accompanied by Frank Durbin who is his firm's representative for this part of the valley. When in ned cf firs iniurancn CU on D. K. Jonea, In the Cooper Block, who I agent for the Vlern AurancCo of Toronto, Canada, and the (.le'tnania Insurant Co., of New York. Both old and reli able companies. ' DalljHoHt ftrrvlre The steamers Alton and Pomo na are maintaining a daily service j nn In ThdtnendUioe. The Pomo-i na leaves Independence for Salem j and Portland at 9;00 a. uu Monday j Wednesday and Friday. The AM tona leaves at 8:00 a. in. Tuesday, Thuroday and Saturday. For further information call on, Mr. L. Damon. Asent. 11I Ymi No Ice It? The Astoria & Columbia River . Railroad Co'a latent Souvenir Post Book containing 12 half tone views j of Clatsop Bvach and other foliitsj of interest along its litis between, Portland and Seaside is making the I hit of the season. Everybody! "BDIH allM VUU nijl vv . your order early to avoid the rush. . Mailed frte upon application to J. C. Mayo, G. P. A , Astoria. Ore., or C. A. Stewart, Agent, 24$ Alder St., Portland, Ore. 7-18 if I H V47. ! 'Wm I L r 1 f' I BBB . k . f . . m - .m V-OUNO CHAP MOD6X- Suits that will Impress vou at once as the most Stlish and Up-to-l)atc you ever tried on. The more vou look the better you like them. Salem Woolen Mill Store Ready-Tailored Suits have made a hit with Smart Dressers In this vicinity. Vou will know why when you see yourself In one. Price $12.50 to $25.00 A large assortment Cluctt Shirts at $1.50 of the famous Salem Woolen mill Store The New Fast Launch COLOMA Leaves Independence Daily except Sunday, at 8:30 a. m. Returning, leaves Salem at 4:00 o'clock p. m. LloenftN) Eiubliuer Director v - 1 1 Boat subject to charter any Sunday onice Thoue 354; Residence 1'bone 851 -J U. ..M .I.li. IHUM'r..Ur.lC - - umvuvii A. D. Pettyjohn A Son, Owners. Notice to Creditors President Ressler and 21 of the Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned baa been duly appointed ad ministrator of the estate of . G. Heath, deceased, by the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Polk County. . .. 1 t i 1 1 ah persouB usviug tiaiiu. n""" Summer Normal teachers, the legal the mm estate are hereby notified to number required for a grand jury, present the same duly verified, to- RjiUm aether with the proper vouchers there- Saturday and made an inspection o the undersigned at his residence J r in than ti or Tndenendence. in Bald of the Capital City. The report n. wl,hln Blx month. from the will De puDiisnea ai me normal date of thiB notice, this week. A. J. Shidev of the Sunny Slope - - I neighborhood lost about an acre of Heath, deceased hay by fire one day last week. The hay had already been shocked, and but for the timely arrival of neighbors who assisted in control- ing the flames, other damage would have been done. Martin Van Buren Leeper and son were down from Albany the latter part of the week. Mr. Leep er is the owner of Jhe large hop yard known as the Leeper yard, near Albany, ills purpose nere was to make arrangements for the shipment of some of the hop prod uct to this place since Albany has become a dry town. H. A. Bowman of Falls City passed through here Saturday en- Mr. Bowman notes considerable improvement and increase in pop ulation of Independence since be was here last, some twelve years aeo. He reDorts plenty of work O a. A CONFIDENTIAL TALK The heavy work of harvest time makes it imperative that you have good, stout harness for your teams. That's the kind we sell, and it's all guaranteed flawless and California m Oak Tanned. Summer lap robes. GEO. DUNHAM THE BAHNEM MAN Indind. Also carry stock food and veternary medicine. You are respectfully invited to call, Inspect our stock and get prices. Dated and first published July 13, 1906. Howard E. Heath, Administrator of the estate of . Q. Oscar Hayter, Attorney. Auk. 10 Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This is a perfectly reliable medicine for bowel complaints, and one that has never been kcown to fail even in the most Bevere and daneerous cases. For aale by P. M. Rirkland, the Druggist Asthma Sufferers Should Know This Foley's Honey and Tar has cured I many cases of asthma that were con sidered hopeleiss. Mrs. Adolph Jiues ing, 701 West Third Bt., Davenport, Iowa, writes: "A severe cold con tracted twelve years ago was neglected until it finally grew into asthma. The best medical skill available could not give me more than temporary relief. Foley's Honey and Tar was recom mended and one fifty cent bottle en tirely cured me of asthma which had been growing on ma for twelve years. If I had taken it at the start I would have been saved years of suffering," Sold by D. Q. Dove, Druggist. Cured a Comrade of Cholera Morbus and Saved Ills Life "While returning from the Grand Army Encampment at Washington City, a comrade from Elgin, III., was taken with cholera morbus and was in a critical condition," says Mr. J. E. Houghland, of Eldon, Iowa. "I gave, him Chamberlain's ColicCholera and Diarrhoea Remeey and believe saved his life. I have been engaged tor ten years In immigration work and con ducted many parties to the south and west. I always carry this remedy and have used it successfully on many oc casions. No person traveling or at home should be without this remedy." For sale by P. M. Klrkland, the Drug gist. , SCHOOL OF MUSIC VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL Mrs. May Bowden-Babbitt Miss Florence Bowden State Normal School, MONMOUTH. Cooper Building.. INDEPENDENCE. IiaiJASFERSOK nd Funeral B. F. JONES A TTO RNE l'-A T- LA W NOTARY VUJl LIC Office upstairs In oper Block INDEPENDENCE, OREGON Portland Flouring Mill Co. General Warehouse and milling busl new. Highest cash price paid for all grains; also grain taken on storage. F. C M'REYNOLOS, MANAGER Independence and Bueua Vista Warehouses, Here We Are WATCH THIS SPACE FOR Real Estate Bargains Large and small tracts at prices that are right. The following embraces only a few of the many bargains we have to offer: No. 1570 acres, 400 acres clear land, about 250 acres under culti vation, fair improvements. Price $25 per acre. Very liberal terms. No. 360 acres, about 7 acres under cultivation, log house. Price $1800. No. 6320 acres abdbt 300 acres under cultivation. This is a No. 1 farm, well improved and a fine location. Price $45 per acre. No. 7 Eight lots in Bnena Vista good improvements, Price $600. Easy terms. No. 938 acres all rich garden land close to good market, 15 acres under cultivation, 8 acres A 1 pil ing timber, young orchard, berries, etc., house nnd barn and other out buildings. Price $2,250. No. 10 20 acres, all under culti vation; good bottom land; about 5 miles irom Independence; price $1200. Easy terms. For sale 28 acres all in cultiva tion young orchard, 5-room house, barn, good well of water, i mile from rail road station in Polk Co. A nice little home. Price $180U. Easy terms. For further information call on or address J. D. WINN Buena Vista, Oregon Will Interest Many "Every oeraon should know that good health is impossible if the kidneys are deranged. Foley's Kidney Cure will cure kidney and bladder disease in every form, and will build up and IS strengthen these organa bo tbey will terform their funotlona properly. No danger of Bright'a disease or diabetes If Foley'a Kidney Care la taken in time. Clocks ! Clocks ! Clocks ! The Gilbert Clock with tho De Lux Pendulum is tho hest time keej)er on earth. Call and get one. Also fine lino of rings : : CHASE, The Jeweler, Monmouth Oregon DENTISTRY DR. Ovmr 14 NEHRDAS The Very Best Work and Material AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES Fittings 75c up Crowns $4 up Extracting SOc j , Extracting With Sonnoform Gas $1.50 Sonnfrm Cat Pra In Kxtracttng fr Plaft SPECIAL Jttia.SO Plal with bmft tmmth A $15 Plate with best teeth ft, try and Aluminum liningonly plU A $20 Plate with best teeth' and Gold liningonly $15 1 thoroughly understand my butlnttand will ' provu thm tarn a by giving m mrltfn muarant tmm with all work. Over Independence National Sank Phone 303 DENTISTRY HEADACHE? Did You Ever Try Glasses? Some people receive great' relief from wearing glasses; others entirely cured. If you have any optical de fect wo can find them and lit you with the proper glasses. Yours for glasses O. A. Kramer JEWELER. AND OPTICIAN I HALL'S FERRY OPEN I. I A. The shortest route to Salem is via Hall's Ferry. The ferry has started up and will convey you' across the river at any hour : : : D. PETTYJOHN We do Job Printing gold by D. G. Dove, Druggist.