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LOCAL AND NKOUl MIS
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ti0Mii fluur Nut bread ml
Irin' pfry. if 4-2
lr. !!. over IJ
J... f. Cooler
t wtur lt 1'i.nUit'l Monday,
M im Low 0horn I'
U.t to k tih fitrn.U in IVrtUnJ
IUljr lujjgy mul url lin
in jniton l II. M. Mcf' , u
Mr. Kd liri.to of lVrtUud vi.
frW.U.Vi Ut k lit the ti
IWfk r i if!.. 11 a nd wife of Hi
Jhtj arc iiiuic at the luine Y.
rlti rn iu this city.
1'. mVYltt'i Little Kariy HI"1
plrt Kill pills lhtarfay lta
Hold lv Iv A Williams.
Clin Moor ftccoiuifUl K' M
Moor and little dui:htr return
Iron their outing at Newport.
Mr. l. W. Conkey was In Corvalli
evrral days it at tli horn
of her brother, C. T. MoPevitt.
C. 0. Hkir and 0. E. Newton er
among the visitors to the city from
Independence. 5lom Statesman.
For Hale Hoiko power hay baler
Tot information call on S. Muhleman
Independence, Oregon, l'hone 6f5. t
Mr. and Mm. C. A. Hubbard of
Portland are in this city the guest ol
parent, Mr. and Mm. J. E. Hubbard,
If you need a Rood pair of glove
go to Geo. Dunham's and get a pair
of Osborne's glove. They are llie
W 6-21 tf
Mr. Chas. B. Lievay of Winona
. Washington, is visiting this week
., the home of Mrs. Chas. E. Hick in
It Cooper, Mr. Lillian Eaton and
. Bertha Bohannon are at Fall City
' where they , are spending a week or
: two camping out.
ij i Mr. W. W. Ireland, of Portland,
J who was in Indejiendence attending
'4 ihe Wann-Taylor wedding, returned
to her home Thursday.
; Mrs.,L. A. Kitchen, of Centraha,
f Washington, a sister of the bride,
k attended the Wann-Taylor wedding
which occurred in this city last week.
DeWJtt' Witch Haxel Salve la good
for cnta, burn, bruise and (cratches
It is especially good for piles. Reo-
' om mended and sold by Dove & Wil-
A contract for $75,000 for the con
. truction of the toundation of the
main building for Swilt & Company,
to be finished within ninety days, was
et last Friday,
4 The new switchboard for the Home
; Telephone Co. will be installed within
the next few weeks and the Company
will then be ready to install tele
phones promptly. 4-11 tf
L. Damon was a passenger on
" Monday afternoon's train to Portland
where he went as delegate to attend
" the Grand Lodge A. 0. U. W. which
Miss Dorothy Cooper returned, to
Independence last week from Winlock,
Washington where she was employed,
as teacher during last year in the
schools of that city.
Mrs. M. V. Mix was a passenger to
Portland Monday, to be on hand as
- i ti , i
delegate to Degree of Honor Grand ljulj
i . 1 T - ITT 1 ! .1 i 1 1.a
JLOage A. J. u. vv . wmcu iuus ymv
there the first of the week
1h, WlIllMl, h boM'
Jhn lM.Irll. mervlitl fn.m
Amity, vUitinf a4 at trading
Ihi.,u.- t n.lej-n.t in- Tul)1.
VI,ilkr I.m Frliiritwl with
V.t ts;..:jr U tl. f"i' rMty
ht-r Mr. WlateaVef b truivi
Mr. and Mn. Wcley ltrV.
.v..it.iuM ly Mr. J. W. It.nr,
aivoiit in the f.K!hi!U f.r a k'
Dr. L L ll'ill vi.itl f.-r a few
dv the lt f th k with l"
family st Amity, n-turuing thia
Svxiiic niachiiiea. nHidl, oil antl
lraa, n a"iring a ncl!ty. g- t II
H. Jrti.jn ron, who will try ln Nt to
l-i you. tf
Wood for tal .Svond growth
fJ..V, old gntwth ft W Jer co
delivensl. S. Co, lndej-endeiie.
The lnt to do for departed friend:
provide them with the bwt mU an
eaket. JniT4n kwt" them
rtonable price. tf
Rev. A. Kohinaon, ol HilUhoro,
will conduct -rvu'f both morning
and evening at the Probytcria
church net ablath.
The Cherry Fair at Salem last week
was a great success and the a timid nee
was far beyond eiix-ctation.. Many
were there from Indejiendence and
Lost In this city about six week
ago a St. Barnard dog marked brown
and white. A too'from one foot U off
Female. A reward will be. given for
return of dog or information to this
Plan have been drawn and con
tract has been let for rewiring the
Maaonie hall in this city. With the
new arrangement it is said by Masons
here that Independence will have the
prettiest and best hall in the state.
The DeVarney Waggoner Co. re
cently completed a plant at Edmonds,
Wash., similar to the one being in
stalled for the Home Telephone Co.
here. The system has given entire
satisfaction and the business is stead
ily increasing. 4-11 tf
II. L. Grece is in Independence
from Seattle visiting at ; the home of
H. G. Seeley. Mr. Gregg is here
'pending a holiday season. He is
manager of a department in Shafer
Bros, big merchandising establish
ment in that city.
Just little Cascasweet Is all that is
ecesssry to give your baby when it is
cross and peevish. Cascasweet con
Bert Barber, of Elton, Wis., says:
r i il f.i A t m.ntim
"l liHVcUIllY lUKmi iuui uuocq ui juui
Hawed OaK DOStS lor sale. AUKinill ru-.- anA TilaHrfer P i s and thfiV
from 4 inches up; large anchor posts. nave done for me more than any other
Also sauare timber lor building diocks medicine has ever aone. l am etui
at 2Jc foot, at T. A. Riggs, the grocer tak
whose prices are right, Monmouth, tf
Mrs. E. F. Coad of Dallas was
visiting last week at the home of Mrs.
, S. Cooper in this city. Mrs. Martha
J. a. cooper in mis uiiv. iuis. luauua
f t n -a and Mrs. D. Taylor returned from
Casper also of Dallas accompanied "uu UX1D- . ' , . , . ,
, tv,oir t.rin to Bic Luckiamute Friday.
Mrs. Coad and visited with Mrs.
.The Astoria Kegatta, with tnirt, m f warrae8t weather in Inde
eplendid aquatic events, is scheduled , , . fl . . 1mf
. . , L nendence. They caught fish a plenty,
lor August andzatn, ana uie y m tfae 8tar catch
railroads have made a rate of a fare , , . . i i
. .i .i t i j t la
and a inira ior me rouna inp irom
all points in the state.
The function of the kidneys is to new
which is constantly passing through molished
I'ltrlland brraJ flh rr d
l lrlna'a grtnry. Ui-'i
pair of fUading i
XtJ II tm at Kreanirt'a.
fle.i. Ihiithain l a Jtit reriv a
fjii lnt4 Miiiiiiiiitnl pliili tf
Mr, and Mr. I- It- Artrll f !
Vita wrr vtil.-l III Iii.l. itlemf
.Mr. l Toai.id Murnnl
Monday frvm a f'ur day' iit wilh
ft lend in halt in.
J, K. IliilUrd and 'U, C.J. of
PoUUiid wew er to Fa!! City
Monday bi.'kiiig after lnima mat
lar. Mr, tiu Spelling waa a ja-.M'ligel
on the aftTuoon train TminUy to
I for a fc day with relative
If you have pro'rty for W come
to my ottice a 1 am now ready to
lit I'ha. E. Hula, Indejeiidence
rd I EnUrriie ullliv.
Foley' Orlno I.aiallvo, lha 0w lax
alive, stimulate, r-ut doe not Irritate.
It I tlia bt laialtve. Guaranteed or
your money back. lov A Wllliain
Attention Farmer W have a com
idete tH-k of Minding Twine. I
not I'lai1 your order until you get
our price. R. M. W ale & Co. 7-lDl
Stray White horse about five
rear-, weigh WW, Dranaeti on rign
houldsr, shod all round, owner
call and get him and settle bill (or
keep and thl adv. Jonea rewi
baro tf2 5
O L. CJuyer of the Iewuville
country, who suffewl a wvere cut
from a piece of gins sometime ago,
met with complications aud came to
Independence Saturday for surgical
D. Taylor and Mr. Taylor departed
bright and early yesterday morning
on their way to the coast. They are
going by rig and expect to spend a
couple of weeks in and about
A new concrete sidewalk on either
side of the Little Palace hotel ha
been finished by John Bramberg
within the last week. The improve-
cross ana peevisn. cascasweei con- , . , .
i . . , i j . oneration was performed bunuay by
tains no opiates nor harmful drugs and " l '
is highly recommended by mothers I)r- Butler.
highly recommended by mothers
everywhere. Conform to the National
Pure Food and Drug Laws.
Dove & Williams
There Is one preparation known
Bold by today that, will promptly help the
I stomach. This la Kodoi. Kodol di-
Eev. J. H. Douglas, formerly pastor gests all classes of food and It doe. It
. . .. . , ...... thoroughly, so that the ute of Kod.il
the first itapcisc cnoren oi ton . . ,,.,
... . , for a time will without doubt help any
ity, was married in Albany Wednesday, . ..maMl ,rnnh,ft. Tttk6
Tii1 IS Tlia hrirlfi ia Mika Xnllie .... ... . i. n.-
u'; - - Kodol today ana continue u ior u
Jane Foshay. She is a graduate of SQort tlne tj,at is neceseary to Rive
tlia ataick TTn i vprm'f v anrl fpnp.hpr in ..... li.. ia onlH hv
the state University and teacher in
the collage at Albany,
Mrs. E. M. Stroud has cone to San
Francisco io study styles and select
fall millinery goods. She w ill return
about the middle of August with a
full and " complete line of everything
to-date. The store will be open
in charge of competent help
'ing her absence. 7-23
I'tijilr lan and r-uriteow
ome In Cir HuiMing, rwoii'
ai d X Oltu .wiii W a. . ! I.'
I i a ,
lu. t alia aliaarld mS'il
.-. mom Kit t.umi k no. :c a
MwUewry Mn. rtlght
la K .1 1. Mall.
W. II. IUvrt.CC.
J, W. Hlola4.1.n. K.U aod 14.
B. F. JONES
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Omee utalr ir.lK'ir Hlk
CK1AKS. TOBACCOS AND
CHOlCI; CONH.CTIONI KV
The tel to lletibtaiiied.
Neit door Hotel end Itear Cooer Hlor
W.B: ALLIED. D.S.
ruam CklnxKMia . U( Handing,
MeMtnnviU: :, t : t Oregon
Chat. Crtgory, Jfgt., Dallas. Or
California Medicated Soap
Tlia hrat for anrea, cilip1 handa
itaiKlrull, luaaal lliig and hiImo
Ml . . -, .
Mrs. J. W. Richardson, Sr.
MnniuoiilhHU, lodvudcnoa Or.
ment i much appreciated by all whe
have to travel that way.
Haying it in full sw ing in the Inde
pendence country. Baling wire is
beinz taken out in all directions
The hay crop is not as short as it was f PHONE M 303. INDEPENDENCE
thought it would be, owing to tne .C5DCdi!9fi
la ... f .v-vn-i x , u-ualhar loaf I
G L Hawkins
lateness of growing weather last
Mrs. T. E. Armstrong, who has
been in poor health for several days
uttering from a cough and throat
trouble was compiled to undergo
th removal of the soft palate. The
ing the pills as I want a perfect
ire." Mr. iiar her refers to jjew itt's
Kidney and Bladder Pills. Sold by
ve & Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kutch and Mr.
their trip to Big Luckiamute Friday,
was a most delightful outing, hav-
been made just when we were
ipeckled beauty fifteen inches long
Sloper Bros, have just received a
gas engine to take the place of
one which was recently de-
engine arrived Saturday. The
EV.1a.'a "WtArwv T3.Arr.aHtr m.lru I nftW
liUCUl, . J a i'.J .nimvuj ....... v. .j Li
the kidneys healthy. They will strain brothers expect to run their two well-
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UUt Ull WUllitr 111 L LCI IIULU L11C KlUHU . OOllIJg IXiaUllIACD uu.li. . .vvv.
Take Foley's Kidney liemedy and it year. One of the brothers will run in
will make you well. Dove & Williams. the Wilsonville country and the other
in the Independenca country.
Fred Featherstone, employed on the
farm of Wm. Cockle, out south of
Independence, suffered amputation
of his right thumb Saturday, the
result of having become entangled
with halter ropes of horses he was
leading from the field. One of the
hnrnes became entangled and the
I will sell
But I will list only property
that can be sold at a reasona
bly low price. Dprit aslt me
to list yours if you'vwant? the
earth for it. It wilfmoje if
your price is right. "
horses Decame euwuiicu biiu un i !"' - ":"""
rope got wound about his thumb in
vy 1 o -
such a manner that the member was
you complete relief. Kodol is sold by
Dove & Williams.
P. V. Richardson, who has been
ill for several months at his home
near Tampico, died Saturday. Several
months ago he suffered an attack of
typhoid fever from the effects of
which he never recovered, suffering a
lingering illness up to the time of his
death. The funeral took place
Tuesday, interment having been made
in the Old English cemetery.
Traill No 64 leaveH Independence daily 8:00
a. m.; leaves Monmouth .6:15 a. m.; arrives
Dallas 6:40 a. in.
Train No 68 leaves Independence dally
10-S0 a. m.; leaves Monmouth, 11:05 a. m.;
arrives Dallas, 11:80 a. m.
Train No 70 leaves Independence daily 6:16
p. m.; leave Monmouth 6:30 p. in.; arrive Dal
las 6:55 p. m.
Train No 67 leaves Independence daily 7:30
a. m.j leaves Monmouth 7:40 a. m.i arrives
Alrlie 8:15 a. ni.
Train No 73 leaves Independence dally 8:80
p.m.; leaves Monmouth 8:50 p. m.; arrives
Alrlie 4:25 p. m.
FOB MONMOUTH ONLY
Leaves Independence daily 2:30 p. m.
Train No 65 leaves Dallas dai ly except Bun
day 8:30a. m;. leaves Monmouth 8:65 a. m.; ar
rives Independence 9:15 a. m.
Train No 101 leaves Dallas SUNDAY oNlT
6:55a. m.; arrives Monmouth 7:20a.m. ar
rives Independence 7:30 a m.
Train No 09 leaves Dallas daily 1:00 p. m.;
leaves Monmouth 1:25 p. m.,,arrives Indepen
dence 1:40 p. m. (This train connects at Mon
mouth for Alrlie) 1
Train No 71 leaves Dallas daily 7:85 p. m.;
leaves Monmouth 8 p. m.j arrives Independ
ence 8:15 p. iu.
Train No 6 leaves Alrlie daily 9 a. m.;
leaves Monmouth 9:35 a. m.; arrives Inde-
Sendence tt:50 a. m. (This train connects at
ionmouth for Dallas)
Train No 72 leaves Alrlie dally 8:05 p. m.;
leaves Monmouth 5:40 p. m.j arrives Inde
pendence 5:55 p. ui
T..ln Nil inn leaves Alrlie 4:46s. to. 8UN-
it only arrives Monmouth 5:20 p. m. ar-
leaves Monmouth for Independence dally torr of each bus ne aud profession.
Plva ttwrcu luUVrMindeura tnd fMll-
... .I.IIm Mnt Mnnilav. Pamliinr
nd freight busiofw oliclled.
Lrkvu IndepeoUenca : tf;.tua.iu
Usve Halem : 3:15 p. mN
Geo. Skinner - Skipper
R. E. DUGANNE, P.M.D.'
Ord.itof X. I. I). C
Monuments nd Head
Dr. J.L. Calloway
Graduate of the America School
of Osteopathy, Ki-ksvllle, Mo.
under Dr. A. T. Still, found
er of the science .
CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY
Phone 791 Rooms 7 & 8
and Hitching Shed
Jones Big New Barn
Teams 10c, Saddle Horse 5c
Rigs as well as teams kept in
the dry. Horses boarded bv
day, week or month.
J. N. JONES. mtEsm
PA I D
FOR FARM PRODUCF
as 'mmmmaem .mmwl'jml mm 1 1
1 Mr J f mi J la YJ I
For Bale by
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I'nr anlo t all
FOR SIGNS THAT ATTRACT
(Vixi JM9rt Sperling
lid d Sign Pair er
INDEPENDENCE - OREGON
Independence Billiard Parlor
.IV. J. Ki'Kland. Proprietor
':. 1- . J
Confctlorr and SmoKeiV Supplies
' . 1 Soft DrlnKs t
The Place to Spend a
Chas. HornbacK, Proprietor
SHORT ORDERS AND REGULAR DINNERS. MEALS 25 CENTS AND UP
. MEALS AT ALL liUUlW i .. .
ndependence, Oregon -:- Opposite Little Palace Hotel
Statement of Condition of the
POLK COUNTY BANK
Monmouth, Oregon, July 15, 1908.
Loans, Bonds and Warrants S l m
Hanking House and Lot ?"
Furniture and Fixtures .J
Cash in vanlt and with other banks u'14 Mi
Total 170 m 28
Capital Stock $ 2? S
Hurplus and Undivided Profits 6 467 M
Dividends not drawn
Deposits 13, 72f 04
Total 170 834 28
A General Banking Business Transacted
J. B. V. Cutler. I. M. Simpson. J. B. Stump. F. S. Powell
J. II. Hawley. P. L. Campbell. Ira C. Powell.
i hnalnpas directory of ech city, town and Til-
HOW TO PLEASE
Is the main object of all onr efforts. To do this we
, believe it necessary to handle the best goods we can
for the price aeked, and it is our firm belief that the
' merchant who does not apprecia e the patronage of
bis customers enough to do this will not be able to
please and keep their trade. BelievinR this, we will
do all we are able to do 10 please our old customers
and gain new ones, so we ask you all when in Inde
pendence to come to our store and let us try to
F. S. WILSON
DRY GOODS GROCERIES SHOES
First corner north of Ind. Nat. Bank. Independence, Oregon.
STEAM CARPET CLEANING and
Chas. E. Hicks
t2;50p. m. a uo.,