i I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Dr. Ail tit, iMitiit, Casper IW ( . f Jrm arl Kn t i nm frin ihw 1 " . Ji tvU" evrry day ; f r Kou-i- Ui N'irl Fund J ui C .10, j : Tha lUur Hour Kraliig Club uat at Mia. ICHthum th Up! if tli ttctk Mid adn-ird vlF.i'r I fv-r the )ar. Th newly lcl-d t ! . ti. ik i ii ...i j wi.ii.rr ari; r. iwjs. broh-r, Charli, !. gn up Into j,. Mr, Cunkey, k, Waahingtou. hify Mi. J. C. Morriton and dausl. ... ii,ir.i i. ...a,.,!..,, oupl ( rti veiling with L,ij , l-f. Mi.. er tna et left 0 wofk on ttl HmWNr. UV- ( 00k "Mlt, Ki,ulf 'l r4 0N-eM' lPuUr r- hultu. railed. Mr. Lrilt Infcnu. NTrL .ort.Nr.port. Mr. D.Ih.rdlh.t ovn th i Hie i pnicwn. i tli ocin it Nje Ciwk HanJy. JnoiUoUrlf, fleia hop r wa iii f Independent HAtur.iy. 2 1 ' V A jixui" builJIns?, 11 in Indjxn dene fur 10. jL'you Sc lickinon. F'eunnVnS Torpin liw 'U thft bftrbT eh.p to C V. Phwr. li.lt (HNidenoc vreUeYh" l . i. I.ll'u.,n!( i wi.KlnUhlV.X, bnhAt quit'. KiriiWi'f rvrluritl ii spi ting in Munmoulh, ber former home pt.Jt lirpii'i'fiH fa rort!il J, Ckht t $ iU ihe 'cet it rmcbed, h will buSd on jlerlt. , ? litof th wek. !! Hiul that r- down the eot tin to C JUr. Vil)rJ i'rutm W-f'on t.ip "t it not to well natr.miieJ I.jtla l a nun that not only ulka i.Newjwl thi yenr, . but build. Th fla3i urtr.i on tbrir! Iiniqcndfiic Cirvie N CU buy annual climb' today. A party of jilfcted thd roter of otlicrri: 1". (J. CO Ifft ' Portland. ' The' objivlive; N , InHU Hoojkt; (5. N., Conio point i Mt. Baker. ( 1 Hubbard; Hauke, Mahall Wal- . .... .u I...", i lace: Clerk, Katheyn Jufn1; Ad., H,tf Portland iMBt I But,Mi ' M" M Oiayj , . i .i ';. Attend.. Ntllie Uirsrd; taot. O.jh n hour in town KrJ'y on tbr B Cora 1U11; Mgtu-iau, Clara Tur. vine; Manager,-Mr Hur!ry. When in iid of. fire ineuranc Udii ft. Kionr. in tho CV)or! Block, bo ii agent far thtf Wf8teru J g way from the Kn b banquet. A woman building la cost 170, 0U0 i lo tx rectfd at tha Corvah li Agricultural College. II. Snook of Salem necured the 'contract. Many are lbernw;lvc ! . t 1. .w. if:, a An innnn. Lonn Hedwell and J. S. Cooper ' , . .. main at home in the hop district. Mica Opal Hall, a former resi dent of Folk Cuonty and later a teacher in the Portland public school. 1 "pending the maimer in Alaska. ' ' Mr. Will Walker; Mrs. K. C. Eldridee, Mr. E. Nelnon and Mr. O. D. Hutler entertained the Read- ing Club at Mr. Walkers, yeeter- .rternoon. Cha. McCready and A. S. New ton came down from the tall tim ber beyond F1U City Saturday returned from Newport yesterday. J. 1). Winn, the litiena Vista real estate man was in town Satur day. Cha. LiveBley, Horst' Salem representative was in town Satur day. , Mr?. Geo. Conkey and sieter Mis Opal MePev'tt are at Nye Creek. Soon be time for another race meeting at the Independence race course. Miss Orbie Taylor is visiting her Bister Mrs. Willard Ireland in Cor vallis. j A new front with corner en trance, is being put in at the Gem Saloon. Colonel Sam Damon writes from iBleton, Cal , where it is 110 in the shade. NoexcuBefor poorly-fed horses next winter. Hay is too plentiful and too cheap. Mr. and Mrs. Oris Robinson and little daughter are making a brief visit in Portland. ' Mr. John Osborn and' daughter, Mrs. Lettie Huntley spent Sunday at Gladstone Park. If you are in need of dentistry eee Dr. Nehrbas over Inde pendence National Bank. Mrs. Dougherty of Portland is visiting at the home of her daugh ter, Mrs. P. M. Kirklandj ' ' 1 ' You need abundance of So-boss-So this weather. . The place to get it 'is at Huston & Simon's. Frank Whiteaker and Sam Irvine are preparing to start to the mountains by team, tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. C. Mi Bonier,, trav eling evangelists are holding night- With hop and skip and jump the There's dancing in the feet when in the heart is song. . ; , Youths Companion rune Co of Toronto, Ctnl and the tie'mania Insurance Co., of New York. Uotli old and reli able companies. The New Fat LuuncU COLOMA Leave Independence Daily except c; ii n ,t at R-SO ft. m.' . J " J wua.uw, - -" " and spent Sunday in their former Returning,, leaves Salem at 4.00 home town. hia brother James, of Portlaud, are visiting old friend in this neigh borhood. They were both in Inde pendence Saturday. Victor Rebekah Lodge at McCoy has elected and installed officer as follow; Miss Bertha Munker. N. G; Mies Stella McKee; V. G; Mr. Grace Steward, Secy; Mrs. Dora Miller, Treas. Mrs. Tom Fennell left Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Suie Fennell Pipe, who has just returned from Berlin and io now at ber home in Eugeue. Mr. PipeB has been pursuing her musical studies in the old country. ' Tn Monday's Oregonian appears an article from B. F. Jones the lawyer of Independence advocating the "See America First, idea. Mr. Jones is in Jove with the Ecenic wendtrs of the Pacific slopes and bo is every one that has visited the COast. , , . ; ". With all due respectB to different beers handled in this town, each Weinbard beer guarantees its beer as to quality and purity. With tha Inrarn i mnrnvfimen t made this O o tj w " r- - - J - " ly meetings on the streets evenings, year they are enabled to offer the . : . i 1 . A knQ. J. 0. Davidson of Pomeroy and Boat eubject to charter any Sunday e market. io, convince your self, try it. On tap at T. J. Gilpin. We Do Job Printing 1 A CONFIDENTIAL TALK 1 The heavy wor-k 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 , Oak Tanned. 'Summer lap robes. G EO . DU NHAM . THE HARNESS MAN Indpndnct. ' Also carrv stock food and veternary medicine. You are, respectfully invited to call, inspect our stock and get prices. WANTED MEN At 12:25 per day to work on the Pacific , Rail way.& Navigation Co' road from Hilleboro to Nehalem. Apply to G. W. DeBord, Independence. Sunday motor for Airhe leave Independence at 7.30 now instead of 8:15, th former time. I , x, lr r . . &?sb K EL fcL j 'W'f 'M yif I mm IB ?'7! VQUNO CM4P MODEL, j ' I' COOL. W'c arc ready to furnish relief to sweltering men. ' 5 W'c have cool, smart-looking clothes lh.it catch every breeze. If you want, comfort try a two- , piece suit. o'clock p. m. lem COooIet! IHili Store Clocks! Clocks! Clocks! i BLII.JASPEIISOK Licnel Enibalmer am! Funeral Director Olllo I'lioue Kettidence I'lioiu- S-H INDEPENDENCE - - - OREGON B. F. JONES A TTOliXE Y-A T- LA If yOTAHY 1'UliLlC Office atairt In Uaoper Block INDEPENDENCE; . OREGON and between sailing date. A. D. Pettyjohn A Son, Owner. Ilnw'ii This? Honarul U'.rphnnw and mlllliitr IuhI We offer Ona Hundred Dollara Reward tor ne(ig Hlgheatoanh price paid for all nj caw 01 caurru luai cauur, ui ium vj Hall'a Catarrh Cure. K. J. CHENEY A CO., Tolede, O. We. the ad'n'.nrt. haT. ln r J. Id(J ,ldence8I1(, liuen Vlata War. Cheney for the 1H5 yeara, and beiieye iiira i rwrfectlT honorable In all bualuem trans action and financially able to carry out any obligation! made by bia firm. WARDING, KIMKAM MAKVIW Wholesale DmgglsUi, Toledo, O nll' Catarrh Cure la taken. Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the ayatera. iTeetimoniais aeni ree. Price 75 cent per bottle. Hold ay an Drugglata. ' Take Hall'a FamllyFllU ferconntipatloa Asthma Sufferers Should' Know This Foley' Honey and Tar bag cured many cases of asthma that were con sidered hopeless. Mrs. Adolph Bues iog, 701 West Third St., Davenport, Iowa, writes: "A severe cold con tracted twelve year 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 cpred me of asthma which had been growing on me for twelve year. If I had taken it at the start I would have been saved years of suffering," Sold by D. G. Dove, Pruggist., . i. Cured 'a Comrade of Cholera Morbus and Saved Ills Lire "While returning from the Grand Army Encampment at Washington City, a comrade from Elgin 111., was taken witb cholera morbus and was in a critical condition," says Mr. J. E. Houghland, of Eldoh, Iowa. "I gave him Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remeey and believe saved his life. I have been engaged lor 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, Kirkland, the Druggist. OSCAR HAYTER, Attorney-at-Lawf CAMPBELL BUILDING, DALLAS, OREGON. SCHOOL OF MUSIC ; 1 VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL , Mrs. May Bowden-Babbitt Miss Florence Bowden Portland Homing II Co. gralna; also grain taken on storage. F. C M'REYNOLDS, MANAGER Here We Are WATCH THIS SPACE FOJl Real Estate Bargains Large and email tracts at price that are right. The following embrace only a few of the many bargains we have to offer: , . N0i i 570 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. 6 320 acres about 300 acres under cultivation. This is a No. 1 farm, well improved and a fine location, r Price $45 per acre, i - ' No. 7. For Sale 6r exchange 'for acreage 5 room house and two lots, barn and chicken house. Situated in good growing town on S. P.' K. R. No. 938 acres all rich garden1 land close to good market, 15 acres, under cultivation, 8 acres A 1 pil ing timber, young orchard, berries, etc., house and barn arid other out buildiBgs. Price $2,250. No. 1020 acres, all under culti vation; good bottom land; about 5 miles from Independence; price .$1200. Easy term. For sale 28 J 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 $1800. Easy terms, . For further information call on or address J. D. WINN Buena Vista, Oregon Will Interest Many Every person should know that good health is impossible if the kidney are deranged. Foley' Kidney Cure will ..lira lrldnntr Rnd bladder disease in I every form, and will build up and State Normal School, MONMOUTH. Btreuethen these organ so they will Cooper Building.. INDEPENDENCE. form thelr fun0tloD8 pr0perly. No danger of Bright' disease or diabetes Tlf. j TU DniMfinn. if Feley'a Kidney Corel taken in time. WO dO JOD Printing JsoldbyD. O. Dove, Druggist. . Tho Gilbert Clock with tho le Lux lViululum ia tho lot time- -kcejtir on earth . Call and get one. Alfo fine line of rings : : CHASE, The Jeweler, M0,!"' I DENTISTRY DR. NEHRBAS Ooer Indtpmndancm Matlonat Bamk The Very Best Work and Material AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES Fillings 75c up Crowns $4 up Extracting 50c Extracting With Sonnoform Gas $I.SO Jonnaform Cmt Free In Extracting for Plaif SPECIAL .SO Plalm with btjt fmth only $9 Jt $13 A f 15 Plate with best teeth and Aluminum iinlngonly fr1f A 20 Plate with best teeth frit? plU and Gold lining only I thoroughly undmrstand my butlntr and will provm thm tamm by glotnga written muaram ' fa with all work. Ovr lndoponimnco National Bank Phone 309 DENTISTRY I HALL'S FERRY OPEN The shortest route to Salem ia via Hall's Ferry. The ferry has started uu and will convey you across tho river at any hour : , : : I A. D. PETTYJOHN i ' if L-,LirW?.y;..yWlT.i.yy. Most Important In the runmngjof a bakery is cleanliness, You will find'everything: scrupulously clean at the Monmouth Bakery Fresh Bread baked everyday. Every loaf marked with the initials "J. R." See that you get the J. R.bread. Cookies wholesale and retail JOS. RADEK JtfONMOUTH, OREGON.