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About The Independence west side. (Independence, Or.) 18??-1891 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1890)
THE WEST SIDE.
E. C, PENTLAND, Publisher.
' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER U,inKK
ALIEN LAND OWSKRSUIP.
V wish to say only a few words
in regard to alien land ownership
in this country, not that wo can
throw any new light on the mtbject,
but for the purpose of calling
attention to a very serious infringe
meut upon the legal rights of every
American oitisetu Tho iuipraloi
was once abroad everywhere that
our vast public domain was more
than amide for the needs of the
people, but tho rapid influx of ini
migration iuto the unsettled regions
of the great west within the ltwt
two decades, has made patent the
fact that the public domain is au
nnallv "irrowlnir beautifully leas
and smaller by degrees." And upon
inquiry and investigation it has
been found that foreign capitalists
have iuvested largely in lands in
this country. The exact amount
of land owned by alien capital in
the United States is perhaps not
definitely known, but that it is en
ortnous is easily established by data
ready at hand. An English Ryndi
rate owns in Texas 3,000,000 acres,
another in Florida owns 2,000,000
acres, and a third in Mississippi
owns 1,000,000 acres, A Holland
' Land .Company owua 4,500,000
acres, while individuals owu tracts
varying from 1,750,000 to 100,000
acres. We are told that one Eng
lishman, who residua in Ins own
country, earns 12,000,000 per year
from lands in Illinois. It is also a
well known fact that foreign cap
italists own liirsre land interests
throughout the entire Northwest,
and in Nevada, New Mexico, Ar
izona etc, We do not believe it
just that alien capital should 1h
permitted to invest in lauds in this
country, to the detriment of the
interests of bona fide American
citizens. The public domain be
longs by right and justice to people
who make this country their home,
and alien ownership should not
be permitted to get possession of
it These alien corpor.it ions ami
Individuals owe no allegiance to the
United States, they are nowise
amenable to our laws, and are an
independent, extraneous force, with
out a body to kick or a soul to damn,
so far as the General Government
is concerned. Alien land owner
ship, is an evil'of giguntio projior-
tions, and public sentiment is only
of late becoming a ware of its steal t hy
encroachments in this country. It
is to be hoped that the bill pending
before Congress will become a law.
Our annual election of city
officers is now near at hand, and
the people ought to bestir them
selves in the matter. Independence
has heretofore had the very good
fortune of having first-class official
representation in her city council
chamber, and we should take pride
in upholding the same high stand
ard in the future. Let the people
see to it, then, that only represcnta
tive men ore put in nomination.
Htouffttr, J., Jud(
In the cane of the Price heirs Petition
for sale of real property granted -Llna
Torgeson wan appointed guar
dian of Annie Qobst.
Inventory of I'll 65 in M. Fltzmorrit
estate was filed and approved, and jx-tl
tlon for Hale of personal property wan
In the matter of Jonhua Brown estate
Receipts In full from all the heirs fllsd
and executor discharged.
In the case of Margaret lloothby's
state an order to sell real property wan
The Inventory of the estate of Jacob
Ferguson was filed and approved.
Joanna , Frakes estate was clewed,
the final account having been presented
Present Judge Htouffer, Commis
sioners Simpson, Clerk Coad and Sheriff
The Pettyjohn rood petition was dis
missed at the cost of petitioner,
The J. B. Knowle's road petition was
dismissed because of a more largely
J. W. Inmun is to care for Perry
Gilliam at f50 per month.
Buford Stone was appointed Super
visor of Road District No. 80.
W. Reynolds, salary $02 5o
E. Jones, caie Brown's children., 20 00
J E Smith, bolts, etc 1 00
Fenton A Toner, merchandise 13 00
MrsT BTetherow, keeping paup 40 00
Sheriff Well, services 9 90
John Becber, gravel 1 00
A M Vassal, lumber 4 10
Goodman A Douty, nails, etc 27 20
W A Wash, blanks 6 00
Doughty A Snyder, printing 8 00
G K Barnard Co.. blank books.. 64 76
T L Hartman, bridge work 9 50
Wtate vs It L Skinner, costs 80 70
J F O'Donnell, nails 5 25
W P Wright, county llneexp 208 40
J F Groves, tent 6 00
C R Farley, keeping pauper 20 00
M I Capps, night watch 8 00
J C Wagner, repairlngsidewulk.. 2 00
J B Teal, work on bridges 681 50
W O Cook, merchandise 11 50
Martin A Sears, lumber 17 1)0
J G Brown & Co., road scraper 11 00
Dennis, road survey fees 28 00
Jt M Gilbert, building bridge 80 00
W B Davis, hack, fifteen days 18 75
A autmury PravWIoa,
P ulitia attsutioo w oallad to the foll
owing provisions of our (State code:
Art. 1064. No person shall exhibit,
orenaMtobetaliiblUtd.in any public itnce
within tbii state, any deformed, ponton,
eillior for htsrard or gratuity, '
Art, 1155. Any person violating the
first tectum of tbts aot sliall.npon Movie
tion Iborsof, bs puuuriisd for snob off.
wise by Bit not loss' than twonly-firs or
mors than fifty dollars, or by imprls
ounint in tb county Jail not less than
one nor nitr Ihsu three months, or by
both, in the disoretiun of ths court
Aot WOT. Justine' shall has juris
diction ot ofTuso against bis aot; tin! it
Is hereby mada tin duty ot tu dislrwl
attorney, to pruseoute all persons violat.
lug the provisions of this law.
It ha been the wish of Divine Prov
ideiioe to gather Iuto his heavenly gar.
nor a hilly ripened slun k, the late Mrs,
Steele, who decried this 1Kb October
8d, aged 60 years.
Iter llfi was one we ou'd not come
in contact with without betug struck
with wonder at the patleuee of one so
afflicted. Never a murmur against I lie
On who had seen fit to try her,ewHHl
her mouth; never a wish It was other
wise, but a constant desire to help tlnssj
in mvd or sympathise with the afflicted
and distrusted. Though her years were
not to great, yet Iter life was one com
plete whole faithful helpmeet to a
worthy husband, a w ise mother, a true
friend, ouuseleiitlous Christian, whose
few year In a strange laud had won
her warm friends,: who untiringly reu
dervd the assistance ueedtul In the Inst
wevks of her helplstsawittwa. The large
cortege that followed the reumlns to
their last resting place, showed the re
spect she was held In by the public.
It may be of Interest to some to
know that Mrs. Steele was a dnugbter
of John Irvtou, Esq., a much navted
cltUen of Ontario, Canada.
ffl DP ras m
HK II KOCITY ' IN 1II SINKXS... I Kl IT
To Til KniTOMi-TlMira seems tu U a
striklug eontmst in s great many rewts
between (lis growth and development of
towns m the state ot Wssliingbtn and of
those in Oregon. The truly progresslv
mind enu only admire tbs hlersl spirit
Biamfestsd by tbsoilisensot nearly svery
growing town in Hi former stst. Nut
Only do they expend Inrgo sums uf money
in aitvertising the adsutsites ot their
towns and the surrounding onnutry, but
lliey throw asida all selfish an! rneroeu
ary motives, disposition too frequently
manifested by many of our Oregon towns,
and welcome with genuine hospitality
th members of every trsdn, hnsiueos or
profession thst may seek a livelihood
within their midst. Their common motto
Is "Yes, ornue and east your lot with us,
we will throw no oMncIa In your path
and your ehsnees shsll U as good as
ours." They evidently Iwhers in the
prmoijils that it requires pipl and
buaiuess to make a town, sn j thst every
Inns au individual is driven away from a
plao th population of that towu will
of necessity bvevme on le. Tins Is lb
eorreot principle upon which to reason.
We are loath to oouftss it, but trtilb
omils ns to say, that hsd.w (Iregon
lans long ago tbrowu alds this spirit of
apathy and that sens of proprietorship
which bss so fully possessed n, and
and hsv emulsted mors of lbs progress
ive spirit of o-ir neighboring state, we
should hsvs no sause tu-Uiiy to be howl
ing over the siuslliieii ot the Oregon
ACORN, STOVES AND RANGES!
The Latest Improvod in
To the cltlsens of Monmouth and
Independence, and vsrst'tally to the stu
deuts of the Statu Normal school; In
thlspublle maimer we wish to express
our sincere thanks to you for the many
proffers of aid aud for services rendered
In the time of our sore uced, occasioned
by the recent fire, by which w were
deprived of limits) mid home. And we
wish, and deem It a duty as well as
pleasure, to say that to your noble and
disinterested efforts, core am! good
judgment, we are Indebted lor the
amouut of elfecta saved and the good
condition of the same. In our experi
ence, and observation of fire we have
never seen so little dumage and break-
age for the amount saved.
Pleaseexcuse seeming tardiness; press
of other business has caused the delay.
Aguin thanking you, we remalu
P. M. Bk.sti.kv.
Monmouth Nov. 6, l.HUO.
Thnnksglvlng Is right ou liund, and
don't you forget to call on J. I). I. for
your mince meats, spices, etc. It
Dave Gelwick always has on hand
fresh candles, Key West cigars and
tropical fruits In season.
littler Thsas Hold Mlu.
Ten acre set to fruit wheu lu a bear
ing condition will yield au Income of
from tioiiO t HVK) ier year, and re
quire no expensive, machinery to oper
ate It. A fruit-raiser In the Willamette
Valley requires but a small outlay, hss
the advantages of a civilUed and cul
tured society, has good and convenient
market and receives a better Income
from the same Investment than cau be
had from any other bintlncsn. You con
get this land from $55 to f 75 per acre of
the Oregon Land Company of Salem,
A flue Hue of table and hanging
lamps at II. A WV-Sold at bed rock
We offer vuluable premiuiiui for those
who will work for the Wkht Siuk.
Ijisom Bros., are now prepared to
clean feathers with a renovator. All
pvrsous who have such work, would do
well to give them a call. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Place of business near the
old town school house. 2t
Say! the roads will le very bad In
the near future, and It will be a gisxl
Ideu to call in at J. I). I.'s at once, and
luy in your winters supply of gnsierlcs.
He is selling way down.
S.iy! Where did you get thnt watch?
Why of counte I bought It of II. It,
Patterson and ou the eustullmuiit iiImii
too No trouble to own a watch that
J, Ii. Stockton has found it necessary
to still further enlarge his stock of
clothing and furnishing goods, He
now has two attentive clerks.
Your attention Is called to the fine
line of parasols and umbrellas, for sale
by J. L, Stockton. The Hue In silk is
The Wkht Sihk olllco has turned the
"old nnm-r" business over to W. It
Wheeler, who will sell at the
Get your raisins, spices, etc., for
mince meat, at Hcnkle & Walker's;
also prepared mince ment at II. & W. 2t
W. II. Wheeler Is always on deck,
and ready to show you latest
attractions In holiday goods. 1
Now Is the time to buy rubber iroods
and J. L. Stis-kton bus a full and
Grind display of holiday attractions
at W. II. Wheeler's on next Saturday,
Hcnkle A Walker tuke a back sent
for no one In selling fine groceries. 2t
Don't forget to sec the latest Christ
mas novelties ut W. II. Wheeler's. H
Come and sec my fine stock of new
grocerlos, J. D. I. It
Car loud of new groceries Just arrived
atJ.D. I's. it
The West Side Is eight yeurs old to
Have money by buying your grocerlos
of J. D. Irvine.
As tims giHM ou aud as prorfiiw is so
slow, I lie qucsliltt naturally srisrs, Why
do not more ot our ellirens engaus in the
developnif nt of the fruit industry f Our
people, must bear lu mind lint "old
times hav wtcJ swttv", never to return
Siisiu to the ople ot Oitim. The cry
of "no uisrkela" is ouly a wall front the
pint, and esu hav no rmpoime or ro
tation to I'' Oregon,' of to dy. All you
have to do, is to raiw your fruit and the
markets will come to you. The stale of
California with bur two tranoobliueutsl
line ut railroads Duds no trouble iu
market inn her tons Uk.ii bins of tniit,
nor will the slute uf Orgou rsslise any
greater ubtseltw if w can only take the
trouble of raising I lie fruit. Wheu
look around over this besutiful valley,
and realise the mighty pimihllliiu of
Oregou iu this hue, and see how limited
is th development of brr fruit rmomees,
we Dud ourselves asking the quention:
How much longer are we goiug to
procrastiustef 1'nhfornis hss tUmuiuds
of ten and twenty acre fruit farms where
the owners are realising a princely living,
and a handsome iunome; Isoldes, Oregou
poiild realm all this if her olu would
go and do likewise, Willi the develop
ment oi ttie trull imiustry will ooiur
eaunerio and markets, but withont tho
snpt'ty how can we even eiect to in
ereiuis the deuisiid. Vinrrra,
a cask i!f rocrr.
Is ear lor(ibM ityt, pltaptM wr sitriho-
ltd to dlMwt blood. Bui moJtrn mwUclas tasi
dtaoostrsMil tbst rich (ood das not erni
tlou k (oullni tta blood, but ntardi dlfotUoa,
which Bakes Ih tonimch torpid, ssd Ui etrcu
laltoa tlutfUh. ssd lu lure hum sn afbld
seUas el Ihs pons which eonfttt or bMoms ptm
ily. Th modern theory Uisrafora li not lo Irrsl
Ih blood, 1ml tb itomseh sad II w, sad It It
ssdsr this asw Ut. thst Jor'i V(tabl Bans
partus wss eonetlrsd. It bu wlpd out Ih
blood dlxsw" theory ot plmsloi, of ths old tu
uparlllss. A rM in point " I hsvs bsd lor yMrs
psUj el ladlfMUoa sad djriiwtttls sad triad
aiarly (rsnrihlaf. Flnslly 1 took oos ol th
Itadluf ssrupsrlllat, II did sol help ms, but
rsntsd plmplM to break out i my lu, which I
wsi told wu rsuMd br tb potsih It eonulo4
P artaf that Joy's Vettabl8anarrUla did not
contain atlnsral sud nlsbl sl dlffirantlr, I stut
lorIL TbplmplMdlupriend lianudlsMysad
I hsr bow stior moatha bsd uo r(am ol ths old
sad lktludsut titn nipttoo."
Ma. 0, D. SrVAST,
lzn liluloa itnwi, L F.
Uneasy rents the toe that wears s oorn.
Remove the corn by nmug Kiwtcr k
Locke's corn en re,
Wor than Leproiy
Is o itnr rli, and tliere is one hut one pre
paration Hint d'iei cure Unit iIiim-hhs, snd
that is the On 1 1 Torn in Pimitivn and Nrjfs
live Kli-otrlo Liniment, Hold bv nil
drngg its. It nl cures neuralgia,
rbeurnut Imui, hemlHChe, sprnltla ,nrnt
stnl all pun. Try It sill tell ymir
negi'ibir wh ere to get it.
Come and see our Car loml Aftortiueiit of tho A.('OKN
0OODMAK & IKJUTY.
COOK AND HEATING STOVES.
Have no Equal
vm ii "r '-l. j tiwHBr"- m
RinjjM nut Cook tritovoK, iiImi IIcilinf mid Ilox
jwessrs. nnouy a vanuuyn are
Kcttimr In o larire fall stotjk ofumxW
For pasting on walls, placing under
carpets, etc., get the old papers for sale
If v - -
Ths Iluccttuenr. nt Old
flaunted the nkiill and unmn hmiion, thulr
enHlftn, dnHantly at ths niHatliend. Vour
ninuurn pirate, not on ine nisn mm, but upon
till! tllKll rxRIItHtlon Of nlHlldurd rrnii(ll
NkuIkH unilnr vnrlnuii dlUKUlmw. HIh holoaiid
eorner tralllo ban never In any deirree on.-ti d
Himlnttr'a HUmnu'h llltln. onlilioiiirh Ihui
tiinclurd Invliroriuit and oorre.-Uve him limn
been 1 lie uhlnlng mark at which hi. uluifl
have ln (llri-Unl. Clump local hltUir. nam.
poneil of Hery unnntlllnd ntlmulmiOi, wltti an
Inruiilon, or extract piwxllily, of oni lonlo
bark, arc still soiufituniw rvcomniendod sn
Idxntlcul Willi, or Hliullur lo, or poancwiliir
vlrtun kindred lo tlumo uf America'. cIkmiiii
family inoillnlns, 'ihens perlKh .petHllly,
while the itruat snbduer ana Drnventlvs ni I
dlxeiwe ptirmies ll .urmwaful career, over
coming; malaria, dyprwla, nervnunnnHn. kid
ney troubles, oon.tlpaUon and rlieuuiaUu ail
ment, not only on this, but on many continents.
Of Indepflndenoe, Oregon.
Trsnssct general Real Estate Buln
bny and sail Property, aflecta
Insurance and doe a genral
Parties having Lands for sal will Had
it to their advantage to
LIST THEIR PROPERTY!
With this Company, as they arc dally
sending lifts of land east, thn plac
ing desirable property bfor th real
dent of the East
J. W. KIRKLAND, Pr.sld.nl
Something New I
h hi hd hm
Oumiued, rdy to tl,-k but hi snyiiiliig.
Card., kirkHa, l,-h, plu., lvttvrs.euveh.tM.
anliHirspb atliunt, ddin esrda,l,
16 for $1.
Mend S pli.ittigrftph (rblnf I .I.) of yMrwlf
or ftl.iuK All phiilosranti i um iti
b eanfutly haudlrd, and rUiniid IUi lb
Addmwitll iinlrrt to
W. H. Whlteaker.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables,
. o e
1 C5 24$ RIDING HORSES.
I- -I Viiyff o o o o e "
Flrat-Class Turnout, (or Coinmerrtal Travelers. Trice reasonabl. and Batlafao
lion guaranteed, tilvo us a Call.
KOKTU END MAIN 8T1UJET, J. N. JONE3, Tbopb.
! AND FAIR FIGURES I
N U rciuoiiiillo tiroinmition to Henaihlo Peoplw. Von know it is oilil
for iim to do Milt. We promise It in gowl liillh. Jt iih-hiw for you
The 11 at Luwet Vrlan In
-BOOTS and SHOES-
Ftr Iiitdltw, fieiiU anil Cblltlrtdi'lt wr, our Htwk bIkhiihIs in
Ncciwltn mid Littet Novell li (itwlity the xt In everything we
offer tlila 8tW4iit. TIip lowwt rh-m ntiil thfl lwt barjfttliw ofTorwl hi
I'olk foil nty.
Main St., Independence.
Ladies and Gents Fur
M(St (uuilet( Stock of
Boots and Shoes
In the City
BEAMER & CRAVEN,
HARNESS and SADDLES
AH klmU of Jlnriiesw nml HniWlery
(iooils, ('(HTiiifjn Ti iiiiiiix and
Curry Coiulss, IhrtT bm-s, Scent.
I!rti.slu-M, 10 cents.
(Jompleto , net of Tenin IfurucHtt,
W. O. Cook
(Succour to A. J. Whllssksr.)
I'ARI,0R AND BEDROOM BET9,
SOFAS, AND BED TtUNOKa,
II nt Racks, Rocking ami Easy Chairs,
in I'ino, Maple, Ash or Walnut. Also,
Woven Wire Mattressos, Coil Spring
Wool and Hair Mattresses.
G. W. SHINN,
Houbb, Bign & DrnamenfBl
Psper Hanging, Graining, Frescoing,
Etc. Paint room opposite Johnson'
Stables, Independence, Oregon,
Two and Throe Tly Wool, Tapeiitry
Brnssell and Axminlster. Also,
- Oil Cloth and China Matting.
Novelists, and he
neve' spoke more
truly, and he might
have added with enual (t (,.
if vtlle, e9ftenc of success. Wisdom
Robertine u the innnvn r m.i. i
. , , J J a.ua.h, Kin
Its history is success. Th magical ef
fects of this Drenarntinn hav U.
edbythonssndsofthe leading ladle of
ociety and the stam. Tt la ha ni. .-.i
cle ever discovered which gives Natur
al srtd Beautiul tint to the complexion,
at the same time removlnir M mil fill MAM
of the face and arms and lesving the
skin soft, smooth and velvety. It has
lone been the atudv of rtipmft. n
dnce an article that while It would beau,
tiy the complexion would also have the
merit of bflncr harmUtt t,
" O - - - -, VH ..4.i,v 1 TV u
important qualities wem never brought
together until combined in
FROM PUIH KITCHEH WaLL PAPER IIP
Alio the Heaviest and Richest Gold Fin
ished Parlor Faier. Well selected
assortment of Fresco Paper
for Ceilings and Walls.
MADE TO OUDElt
From Natural Wood or Rich and Heavy
Pressed Gold. Framed Engravings
and Paintings tor Sale.
Main Street, Independence,
Bat. B and 0 Street.
W. T. SHERMAN,
MERCHANT : TAIL0R.
Suits Made to Order, and I it CuarantctJ.
Custom Qtssls tut Mnrclisnts and otlu-rs Kt-ut sn I Vvr-f 1. I will ajm nnmtlily
accounts ith Mnn-hsnts at luiK'jsinduui and M.iinntli ( -r Um lilting.
OQTTn f. V L. It 1 I
o X JuO, r j rj x ,
INDEPENDENCE FENCE WORKS.
K. M. GATES, Proprietor.
Mr. K. M. OalM hss ons of the latrnt tmprtwod l'eiu-iim Mat-liinos
with wliii-h he ispmpariHl, on short nni;m, to manufacture a
FlrKt'tMass pirkut and wiro lonce. Tills la the tt fence to be
For Farms, Residence Property, Chicken Yards and Divison
Is well Stocked with Seasonable Goods
and will be replenished to'suit the times.
Their facilities for doing business are
equal to any House in the Valley and
their prices are always right.
Their reputation for keeping good
Goods together with the courtesy extend
ed to their customers insures them the
Liberal Patronage they are receiving, and
for which they are thankful.
Shelly & Vandiiyn,
On C Street, 0pp. the City Hold, Independence, Or.
A Specific Remedy for Each Discare,
Stimulus, nutrition, r-iirlflrt tho
PR HIlttR'S HYPRASTINr" RESTORATIVE
wj. l.u. I ij tu.U(i.Uuu u.l (i.nurl A (WrlK-HoBto Ml.l ltraiirll bitthlur.
DR. HlttPR'S AWTI-BltlOUS STOMACH AND tlVf-R CURE. un.Btik
mm wtl 1 Uv.r Trouble, I'biU Wi4 Ii7"iiriil l.i.i, uiJ nlpT jllioiil nuiillUona
DR. HILLER'8 CATARRH CURE. Cii,M At i-.trrh, Chn.tilaC.lwrh, and Curtlul
ISSium. UuumnUNHl lu mra Uw urM cum wh.n .ilrnllotu ut IMm-h, or m,c,v nhm.ltd.
DR.HIUER'SCnUnHCIIRF. CMr CM. Umm. CVavhs. Brttnchltl,, Ftoarhr 4
I'tMHimoiil., .mi r.tio.M UNMuaiiSnm. ConUlm noOpliUw. Cure. Croup In 10 utlnulw. Tr) it
DR. HIILER'S DIPHTKf RIA AND S(13E T'-tROAT CUPP. -...t. .ml ,
li.liU).rl. Mill Kluv.lj- out. i) wrv .miui i (n ui ii CfiTuMtiTTun yiilix)- In drt
DR. HILIER'3 FEVER CURE. Ind!.,t,,Ua In ll wat. aiwavs ttttsndwl with tner.
I'nvun uid curtM Stmrlot Wv, SowUllns. n,l Ui-uIm. Mother. .iiouM b.r thU In niliul.
DR. HILIER'S NERVOUS DEEIlJTVCIjnE. c. N.rm,. Wltnc, .ltd Um ,t
1W. N.vor .'.Ilk Stud g hk Cinalw U Illllur Drug Co.. 8.ta Kri.do, C.I.
DR. HILLER'S RHFUMATIC AND . WURICUBC c.,r Rhun,.tl.m,
Nounltfia, Uoul, Lumhuno, wid ati,iiw, Uy iioatr,diiigh7u3d.'uI. whioh cause tlwuu
DR. HILLER'S TEETHINR CURE. Aid. ti,c gro.u, d dtv.iopnwi.1 l children
nnrlnii Uw UwtlUt.ir imi. l,l, .iLur.. ..l,.l trthli ud mumI tMth, nd r.vrnt. und cttrw
Spuuu, l(lok.U, UriUn IVtmlilMuid B.iw.1 Coiiipl,liiu. A blwii.g to Iwtb aiutlmr ud ohlid.
DR. HILLER'S WHOOPING COUGH CURE. rt. .,t cr Whocpt,,, a,uei,
NnT.-Wllh th -T lw ot llr. I liter'. llvJruUna Hntamtl. lr. llillor1. Itlwtm.tlo
N.uimlnlo ( um , iul l.r lldwrlCoiiitk (.'ure. thub ..v rtmig.ll... i.ui u,, , Tubl. t lorm.
I, II nul obiuiutlil Irmn jour UruirKUt, will bo m tn bf aiuli, on rwulpt ol uruo.
$1.00 per Package. Six Packages for $5.C0.
Thfrt-millM r lh mmll of ttv.nly.flc, ymn of pmoKonl profwknwl (ntarlrnn.
.ml m irairaiitood to ottro wlwi . t-iiro I. p nll.lo ir. Iililer b,.k t ,r..,.t,o, i ,1
homo trMtiutuil, ootitliilii siuulil. lumi-uctiou. u to ly tln .ud dlot, ..ut ru.. ou uppuction
HILLER DRUG COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, U. S. A.
FOR SALE BY-
Tho Public in Most Cordially In vi toil to Call mid Price Our LatcH
Scl. cfcd Stock of . Writing Papers, Tablets, Pens, Ink,
Killers, etc,, also All the .School Rooks in
Use In the Public Schools.
Independence Roller Mills,
GEO. SKINNER, Proprietor.
These Mills, now building will begin operations nlwut the first of
November, ISilO, und will then be prepared to buy wheat or store for
use of farmers through the season.
Until tho Elevator is completed wheat will bo received at some
warehouse hero, and flour in winie will be delivered at the Mill door.
I'll Ul m ! jui- mmm. i
i',; Vi72 .i T T i-ominenupti by I'hysie une. SSH
turoa where nil pise fnils. 1'li.nsnnt and agreeable to the f"'
t.wl. Children take it thout. nl..tinn i......-. . " 13
bads tiii; :
W. H. WHEELER
CIS:i)N.W,J11 SUCI1 lPUm ATTRACTIONS S YOU HAVE NEVER BEFORE ENJ0YFD
IN LINE ALL YOU PEOPLE WHO WIT6SEE"
U:1." Chmlma Sotrlii:, for the Season of lmf: UCV
PC) VU L All SELECTIONS at POPULAB PHim
Are hhtturen of thi Magnificent whirl, jmrthnhoi recommend it to Holiday liuyera VJ
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OTS, BOODL 1
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m, mm, etc.
I will ilia follnwIHK prttpni l,y to tlio
lili(lift liltltlor at my pliK'n nt, IiiiUMn.iiduuiio,
On.tni, Nov. 'ii. IHih). iiMUo'ttlucki One niarv
evitii yivrn tiltl, 1 hurne tnn .vcurn old, two
lllllvs tliruti yearn old, 1 bi-otitt nmro, 1 .nt hnr
utmH, 1 putt, tiUt. Tnrms of mile, All mini,
over III) twelve iminlh. with appnivad
eniirlty with Intoic-it, J, W. Hkhiaiiiisiin,
Appropriate benslble Gifts for Old and Youna in the Grwc v w S
- J mB M.JU 8.l,t.., ,n E..y .nd PtM7t, w
LOW PRICED PRESENTS, MEDIUM PRICED and COSTLY PRESENTS
- Of.Mm;, Kind ml Jipthm IM m Wm vm DamtMe QIJU of any Giwh and at any IVice Vou may wish to eZml
Our Beautiful Holiday Display Is worth Your Insction-Please Call:
W. H. WHEELER,