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    The Best Newspaper
IA OM that giv th MtMt and
Jntktti CVMxirt thi WiWT
SIDE tctlA any paper in Pvlk eotinfe.
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As an Advertising Medium
THE WEST SIDE
Take the Lead In Polk County.
VOL. IX.
12.00 Per Year.
INDEPENDENCE, POLK COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY B, It'92.
Five Cents Per Copy.
NO. 9.
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General Directory
CMtTBO VTATM.
PrwMMt
Viee-Preameut. . . , . .
(fee. of State
He, ol Treasury...,,
IVartmaater General. ,
MMkirf Interior,....,
80. el War,..,,,,. .
8m. ot Ny, .......
Attorney General,,.,
.Benjamin Harrison
,.Utl I. Morion
...JalUea IV Maine
...... 1'hM. FlWlM
.John Wenamaker
....John W.Noble
...Steven lt.F.tktn
Benjamin F.Trsejr
...W.H.H. Nillmr
tieaot Agriculture,.,
Coal, of Kdueathtn.,,
Com. ot IWlou,..,
....Jereutinh Hum
......W. T.Harris
Rtti or tmKMi
utor...........8ylwiT Fennoyer
See. ot State ...Ue W. Mtdtrkle
Treasurer. ............... Pbit. Melchae.
Supt. ot Pub. In K- li MeKlroy
Att. nMri Creo. K. Chamberlain
State Printer . . Frank linker
U.S. Senators.,
CVngreiatt,,.
Bnpretu Quart.
I JO&0 II. MllOliell
' J J. N. IMIph
...Itiuger Hermann
IV . cUrnwt
W. I. Lord
11 8. ltMQ
Rapt Of PMUUMy....U, H, IsiWUIOt
Bapu of Asylum U u liowiana
R. TL Ooma... Hubert Clow
( A. N. Hamtlloo
Clerk.. Frank Millet
i r. a iuwd. pres.
Flab. Ooma..... RC. Campbell
I Geo. X. Myers.
Food Cora W. W. Hnker
Circuit Jud.e R. P. Ioh
ltnct Ally.. 0. Iliugham
, . . i N. L. Roller
lWpreeautaUvea a W, Myeri
County Judge.... ..... J. Blouffer
Bheriff . W. U Well
C:irk O. O. Coed
Treasurer HR. Turner
School Superintendent... W. I, lleyttokl
AMMKtr N. Gardner
Surveyor T. Motler
Coroner ....... L. Ketebnm
Ukyor...,.
Keoorvler..
.UkTtbl...
M. Mrln
J.T. Fowl
T. Foniwll
E. T. Unkl
art coufpiu
.
Wikon
Firt WtrJ
(A. 8. Iotfkt
8odi1 Wtrd. ......
Third Wtnl...
( Jwiam 0buo
l M. MorwiD
--JA.
Witoo
rttaok DtKicruwi.
tlx C Oilmor
Clark. J. T. Ford
church directory.
Fnun Brrwt. 8odJt Sobuoi it 10
o'elock . . PwMbim twry 8aoUy l
11 o'elock ikI )m ry Hamlj
twin. Yoaog poople'i nmtim on
boar befurc tame to lhTrulng. l'rtyf
Buetiog Tirjf Tborndiiy ewomg. All
ordulljr iQfilad to itn4
Ki. A. J. UotnAKm pMtor.
Caltirt PiirTw.Prching
time every SiioJity moromcr t It anil
lao io the oveotnt it T o'clock. HumUjr
Bououlil VI o'ekirk. ImmMlnlxly rtr
prvaobmc Prayer mating ery V ninf
4iy rrening. A ecrdwl iotiUIIoo j
touJd lu all,epouliy ilriogeri vuitiog
U city.
Kit. A. F. Lott, Pior.
M. E. Chi'iwb HorTB. Prebing
try first inJ tbini 8aai)y. Haadiy
Bobool it 8 oekwk In tbe ifliroooo.
Prayer meeting eery Tbartday ereomg.
AIliDTited.
Rut. J. M. Pabkih, Pietor.
ETxo!.l't. Precl)lo erery 8ib
batb ei)t tbe iood4 Miimlny in Ibe
month it InJepeudeoce t 7 p. m.. nl
at Monmnnth in tbe public acbool builJ
log at 11 a. m., by the pastor,
lUv. A. 8, CM.aT.
Chbibtia!. Sunday School every Holi
day at 10 o'clock. Preaching the Bret
and aecood Sundaya of tbe moutb morn
ing and evening. Prayer meeting on
Wedneeday evening.
Kav. K. L.Sni.t.r. Pmlor.
BECKKT BOCIKTll-X
O. U. W.-IXUKI'KNnrSCK l)MK
V. XO. n,mU tirrr Muuday nihl In
MMonUi ball. AUwoarnlnx bruinrn linllnl
wiind. U T.AMO.V, M. W.
VAU.EY UHMIKNO.a
I. O, O, finiwu III M
Minlc bail nmy Thurlaj
evnln. AlHlrtd Mluw.
cordially Invliml Ui at-
tend.
4, UAauti, s. vf.
W. II. WHF.El,rit.8wmar)r.
t.ns ItlMIK. Nn. M. A. F
iiloni on Halurday nvrnliK o
Unit two armka Ibrrraftrr. J.
W. Biutor. W. M. t-U Kelcb-
um, Uvorelary.
err WlniHlayeiilii, AIIKnlghl
line our city arc rdlally Invltwl to air
l jn. a vi, V we
; H. HAWI.KY, K.nf H. w,
IIYSICIANH DKNTlBTitV.
LEE & BUTLER, "
31CIAHS AND SURGEONS.
' iAtOl
8. EXAMINING 8URQEON8.
Office, Weal ilde of Main Ht.,
-fKyDKKCK. - - - OltWHiw.
DR. J. K. LOCK1-;
hysician and Surgeon,
Buena Vleta, Oregon.
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ATTORNEYS.
A. M. HURLEY,
torney and Counselor at Law.
ffioci Next Independence Nat'l Bank.
lndpcnan-i,Or.
K. Bonbam.
W. 11. Holme.
I0NNIM, 1 HOLMES
TTORNEYS AT LAW
OFFICK IN HUSH'i HLOCK,
I WW. State and Court, BALKM, OR.
tin Commercial Ht.
MISCELLANEOUS.
.L,HATCHAotTBKMOVKR. , .n
Of. Urlnl, UlrMut filttltf1 . A.
kind of building moved at lowet rnl.
CIUJW A WiU.KRU. HALKM, 0KEOON
DfHinr in
FRKHH AND HALT MKATH
.XI8and 'MOimmcrdttl Htrwt. tcndlnt
ilier of Hnlein. Wbolmalcand retail dealer
Allk Ind of meal and aima,
I. KIMBKK, BAI.KM, OKKUON,
uainr in
WATCHEfl. UM KM AND JKWKl.ttY.
ill Silver ware told by him I engraved free
fchanre. Bllver Knlvea, Fork and Mpoon
hi. orlne arc cheaper than aleel. lUmulrln.
Sine at ewtern nrlcwi. (irt
r
poelte Patteraon'a Drug Store, en
Main street.
LI.
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i 1 V-LJV
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BANKS.
Commenced. Builnesi Narah 4, 1889,
KaUbllahed by KatlMal AttUiorltjf.
-TIIR-
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
of tHdvpraitnave, Orra.
Caaltal ttaak,
twrplua,
$80,000.00
H4.000.00
J, ft. tXHtPKIt, U W. IUIIKRTtHN,
rreakloal, Vke rmldewk
W. It IIAWI.KY, Caebter.
DIRECTOR.
J. K. (toiper, U W, RotwrUiMi, Uwt Itelnik'b
(I, W. WhltceAvr, W, W. Cullln.
A attiMnkl hanalne biwIncM IranwUMl
Hurt Mid will titaiur uu all ImiKtrtaut
lnla.
IWnli rvmlvcd ."Ivlwl In bk or on eee-
unmwuiWoaii. luiimiiunawauo,
um noura; f a. m, w w. m.
THE INDEPENDENCE
National Bank !
Capital Stock, I50.000.0a
H. HlKMt'HHKIKt, rnaldeal
A Bit AM MKIW. Vtrc rrwtilwtt
W. P.CONSAWAY (WW.
A ivneral banking and eionaagw boatacaa
inuwactiMii Hvuu made. Mill dlM0nle4.etMa-
n)rrtal credit granted: depuatw ramlvad on
current amount tubJeH to ebevk, tBtamt paid
oa time depoalte.
MKELTXIIUV
Jotbua McDaatel. It. It. iwtenna. A. J.
Uuodmaa, 11. HlrarklMm. A. KclatM,
T.J.I.L A.AIUO.
ntORPOMTf UIOH TMI U1 Of OUMI.
MONMOUTH, OR.
A. MArnt'M
..tVaaldent
Vkw.lna.
f.k.CAMPHKl4
IHACrVWI
.Laahlar
PAID CAPITAL, $25,000.
DIRECTORS.
. A, Jla.-n.ii, P.UCampball, I.M.nima
a V. Butter, 1. 1. muin, r. n. 1-vwcn
JoMpk I'ra.fO,
IranuMMl; lan made rtwuMM (wwlrad
-Kir ,irof vault and burglar prwu .
Mrtirvd by Yl lira In k.
umrt liuun.' a. ni, uu p. m.
H. M. LINES,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
AXt .
UNDERTAKER,
INDEPENDENCE, OREGON.
A full and complete) Una of Funeral good
Alwayi on Uaod.
BRICK YARD.
J. R. COOPER
Of Indcjndemc, having a titeatu
engine, a brick machine and oeveral
acre of finest clay, ia now prepared
to keep on band a fine quality of
Brick, which will be sold at retuton
able prices.
JAMES TATOM
Real state
and fire Insurance Lgent
Will bay md Mil tricrty on reaaonabl
Uirm.
Monmouth, Polk county, Oregon
WOODBURN
NURSERY
LARGEST STOCK OF TREES IN
TIE NORTHWEST.
One and Three-fourths Millions.
100.000 prone Treee (moitly French.)
85,000 Royal Ann cherry.
10,000 Early Crawford peaoh.
10,000 Moorpark and Iloyal apnoot.
8(5,000 Eeopui Spitzenberg tipple. .
20,000 OraveneteiD apple.
25,000 Yellow Newton Pippin apple.
10,000 Ben Davl apple.
Largeet Stock of oil Other Leading Va
riotioi ot Fanit.
Free From Insect Pests
CATALOGUE FREE.
ADDRE8S,
J. H. SETTLEMIER,
Wodburn, Or.
INDEPENDENCE
Marble and
IKK, ' fE ftreip ud
Cith rmit
ui Crcincntal. j4
hmiMt Piices. I'dpi Etiits, Kudstnts,
FirsNliss mi r$iC Tablets.
Cemetery Work of
Furnlihed
e ,
MILLER &
INDEPENDENCE, OR.
Prescott Sz Veness,
raonurrou op
Indcpendenr t Saul mill.
HAKWAt-rviaau C? 133 ALina ia
FIR AND HARDWOOD, ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER
I A. Wvaaasa, afangr.
FOR
I offer the Pioneer Meat Market for
sale at a bargain. Everything will
be sold, business, fixtures, slaughter
yard, and everything used in a first
class butcher shop.
This is the only shop in Independence,
and supplies meat to a popula
tion of over 2000 people.
THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME.
W. W. PERCIVAL, PropY,
Independence, Oregon.
CHAS. H. MORRIS
MONMOUTH, OREGON
Watches, Jewelry, Clocks, Optical Goods, Sil
verware, Gold Pens and Pencils.
REPAIRS
Wanted from everybody. First-class work,
reasonable prices, prompt attention.
SoltallflO Anerloan
Ageacy for
1 r-
J V OAVgATi,
vftT COPVMIOHT, ate.
tvt Inrnrnatlnn nd tru nandtmot wrtt to
MiiNN io.. ,i iimiAi.w.r, Nw Yima.
OldiMi tmriuiu fnr awnrliig patelil. In Amtttlm.
Kvarr 1mUii1 tahn uut by u. I. hnniKlit bnlitn
lb publlo hi uitliw givwi frcs it cbarg la U
Iirrat clrmlatlnn of anr aHantlflc pnm In !t.
wiirld. Mi.leiimiT iliuatraUKt, Nn liiinlllimt
nan houM M wlthnut It, Wllr. iJI.OO a
iwi ll.tu tl mc.iiili., Addraw MliNN CO,
ruauuu,l llruadwar, M. lurk.
IIKAITY'H Orrnin. It hariraln,
len ... ml ImiiIum i.h,l .lal,ttfllM kit.
I.HHHallr.M UnnUil IT. I1M.LLV. WRMllLUK'
ton, New lent.
STATE HI UL
OPENS SEPT. 18, 1891.
OODRHR OF HTUDT arranged eprely
to meet the need of the rariiilng and me.
chtnlcal InUirenU of the utiilc.
Larire, coniiiiodUni, mid well-vcntllnted
building", TheellK I Iwaled In a culti
vated aiidCtirlxtian community, and In one
of the health !et aacMoiiH of the mute,
MrtlTABY TRAIN1NQ.
Cxpeniea need not exceed $1.60 for
the entire aeaalon.
Two or more free Hchnliimlilp lrom every
county. Write fiirCalnWigue to
. li. ARNOLD, 1're., Corvalll, Or.
S. A. PARKER,
Manufacturer and denlortn ,
Sash, i Doors, : Mouldings, : l:tc.
Pull ntnck of (Ilium, all Irirn, kept oonadili tly
on hand. Kpcdlul rnte ou contract,
Factory on H. H. utreet ueitr depot.
Mi
Granite Works
J inericii TMIi
and Graaite r.!in
Every Deaorlption
to Order.
KONKLE,
l a. mm
IndependfiMce, Ortfon.
LI
I
I wIhIi to Inform tlie public tlmt I
am now prepared to fnrtiiHh
FIRST-CLASS
LUIvlBER
in ail (linieiiHionH, ut siicrillct' prices
with prompt iitm C'ull
for priet.
MAX FRIENDLY,
Corvallls, Or.
Smith & Jordan
MONMOUTH,
Suooenora to Vanduyn & Shelley,
Have Jiwt received 11 fine and varied
stock of goods, to which we call the.
attention of the public. We have
coino to stay, and by fair dealing
and lowest prices expect to share
with others tho patronago of the
public.
Duo attention will bo given to
the wants of all, and everything in
our line will bo furntahod to hand,
or according to ordor of customers.
Monmouth is tho placo to buy
goods, and "don't yon forgot It"
SALE
Tichlc rv
To Eartb
With a He. tOW PRRRV'I IKKDI aad
aatufi will a la ml.
ftwdl It)! 4inM K K.mH-alr
ut.nl itw tMA-rttMIIV-a,
A aw lull af laMauUa iWim Um4.m aow
it at Hi um,h,, mil lr I .11 ik
D. M.rtRRv7 DtraoiT,
CO.. Jr wen.
Harness,
Saddles,
Whips,
Oils,
Robes,
and Brushes.
minimi
& n,
Swooeiiera to
ELKINS & CO.,
ritormirroiu of
City Truck and Transfer Co.
Uatilinir of all Kind Ikme at
It a 1 o u b I e Kates.
Agents for the 0. P. floats.
MrCullvctloii Mlw Monthlyliag
INDEPENDENCE, OREGON
CORES!
CA. C.I... Ir !, tmavkttla.
lluct, I" 4 1 .l.ftl !. t.M1l.lla,
ma, jiiNntn .)
GREAT IUSE0I OP AHaTCKT
101 Market at , aa r,eri
. Itta6ili4;ii')
Go aad kin bow aunilvtlullr
you ( nAle irnl bow to avoid
tU kneUaod diwatca. MuwluRI
enlarged wlih thouuntltof new
otijei, Admittton l cU.
I-riral Mm, 1 1 Oaan at. I)Imm ol
mu- atiietiirv.laaof miibMd,dlMMtiaat tha
Ala aad kiilna). qtilrtlr euml wnhn.il ih
ttwol maiaMii Miaouauy er lit
kllcf. avexl lot Dooa.
C Street
Restaurant!
JAHtCS filtSON, NOPnltTOS.
la imw riily to furitUlt a No, I ntottl
for U5 wtiu, at tho now tmt, two
linira woat of MMtonHtt.
Luther Grounds
Dealer In
Hardware, queeiutware, tinware,
sloven, end other uiiMeellitntHiim ar-
tiflcH, cttllH the itttciitUin or tin1
public to his fine ittH'k of Ihealtove
artieles now on hand.
1 1 is prices will compare fuvontlily
with prietw in any other locality.
Cotuo ami hm us and you will he
ttaliHflcd with price, (iiiuiillly, and
quality.
MONMOUTH, OR.
J. A. BOWMAN.
eunne of ill kinds
Neatly Done,
MACHINERY REPAIRING
HORSESHOEING
A Specialty.
Wood Working and Car
riage Painting Done in
First-class order.
C STREET, - INDEPENDENCE
. PATENTS
Caveat ami Hc liMiin wimrnl, Trad Mark
nwl.torcd, ami all miter patent mumm in th
1'iiti.nl Olllm end Iwfnr the I'ourln (irinuutly
ami carofiilly proeeimtwl.
Ulion nwlit ot diimIii) nr ekelch of In volition,
I mtike nnrefiil einnilimlluii, and ailviw a to
pntnninbl Illy froenl elmritn.
Maiaolllce directly aro from theraloat
Olllen. and attention 1 iimilly chIImI to my
perfect aud loll eetnliliiilind Inoilitioa for mek.
ill prompt lireliiiiiimry teamliea, for tli moat
vlktoron and uctwMfiil iinieuutlftn of appll
eali.in for patent, and fur attending to all
linalnoua en l ru. I I'd to my care, In the ahorUwl
Ihwaihle lime, Ili'Jni'led caee a pcclally.
Vena MiHlerat uud excltutva atlenlinn given
to paumt liuelnoae. Ilixik of Infiirmntion and
advice, and .tmcial referancn, wnt wilhuut
charge nponrem.e.1.
Solicitor and Attorney in Patent t'uu.o".
li, m.'M. v lull.,".,
Waehiiiitiin, I). 0.,
ie U, B. PaUmt Ollloo.
Opnoalte
(Mention till, paper.)
B
S
Celebrated
ORGANS AND PIANOS.
For Catalogue, mlilrosH, -DANIEL
F. BEATTY, Waahington, N. J.
GEO. A. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will prtictloo In nil Ntnto mid fodcral
cmirta. Olllce over IniltiiHiiulonce iS'u
tionul Bank..
Independence,
Oregon.
h m
EATTY
INDEPENDENCE.
1 Brief and Concise History of
Hie City, with terse to
iRSiits n its Busiiiess
Interests.
IMPROVEMENTS
Electric Lights, Strest Mki),
Water-KCfks, etc., Unsur
passed in the State.
Wbeo we apeak of Independence we
ere el a km bow to begin and vliere to
eoj oar deeeriptloo ut Hie oil . We wiu
la make do Invhlton eomtmnaona be
tveen it and ulliereiliee in I'ulk eutiuty.
but MDdor and train impale tie In any
thai IntleiwnilniKW auml out In bold re
lief aa the nnnoieroinl oeoUir of tbe
uuly. And why do we any tbiaf For
lite reaaon tbat afte mniiini a pualllun
bare tbe facilitice for ImwirtatloB of
oiimineroial oonmioJilii-e, and tbe eipor-
witon .or protiaoe r the rrm exael tint
of any olber liwaltty m the onunty, In-
depoodeooe k ettuakHl on tbe willametle
rtwr, about win miloe aU.vo tbe eauitnl
of tbaelato, mnlvm,) aUmt two mil1
awltfc Vaaduya Block.
oortlieaat of Monmotilh, flee mllca below i
Uueoa Vtata, and bordera oa one ef ibe !
miet Mleitaive, rich and fertile tract
of torntory ftwnd In tbe Willamette
valley. Krieud and foe, etranger and
old aettter, Join la eommeodatory lerma,
and apeak of Independence aa a point
here nature and art, blended together,
111 In the future give bey a prominence
among the buaineea eilice of tbe l'acifle
eoaei Utoktng at tbe topography of tbe
alte whlcb IikIimwioIi'iiop occuplcw,
the otawrwra will lx liuprwei'il with
IIhi IhiNight Dint nature lu hcrlmmuta
bin tliHTta bail imtHiiicd that here wan
aid the foundation of a great city; the
future Imperial city of the weal aide of
the WrlUuiietut. It may boaekwl, How
all all we have crigiilutnoe of tho Inwa
to give u faith In thi Mug accom-
llnhcil? tio view the extent of terri
tory which must bring her pnxliiciloti
IO imlCpelHHMIOC, till' MWI Mllpplllg
point on the went able of the WllUtiiiolte,
ml li urliig tno on ly lHiitii etiloyitig
hipping fiu'llltk both by water aim
tiy ran. laamg lit view me vaai ma
U'rial rceotircea yet to be dcveloied, Im
agination win ecnmry conceive of
tlm future of lnclctHmdcnce. Weaiirak
of I tulcpoudcnce aa a comnn'Mal cunlor;
and what I omutnrw l ommcrce in
the rtMUltof two Indlajtciianhlo comll-
lail.ptndenc. Optra
tlonii a country tlmt produce and
1 1 tin the reuuUltca for trnnamirttttlon
aud exohange, and an nctlvo and Intel
ligent btniy of men who control the
carrying-trndtt and tint exclmnge of
iinHiucia. lnitepuniience nitty oe wild
in ptvwctM tliiwo condltlona lu a very
mir uegn'e.
Mr. Henry Hill auttlcd on the
land embracing within Ita limits the
rrt-eciit town-elte ef Independence In
H47. In o Mottling, piuitily liu had
no thought liu v luoiilng on an em
bryo ctiy, hut nature and the tUtwu
lug eye of num. pointed (tout nan place
that muat eveiituitlly liecomo a center
of trade and commerce, and from that
early aettleiiient by Hill, when a vaat
wiiiicrneH met tne eye, we now ce a
thriving, buny, and eoou to be a great
pnmilotiM city,
the tlrmt attempt at merchandlHlng
at Intleptmdence wn made by Leon
ard Allurbauk, In JS50. Walcut Hart
noon after aUtrtod a store. Lemuel
Lyon., who wan the flint V. M. of
I, von I. oil io. A. V. A A. M.. oixmetl tin
a biwl liens holme in Old Independence
In lHtiu, and continued in the aula of
nicrclmmllxe until about 1S04 or '05,
when Mr. Iwmc Vanduyn anHmrod on
the Htage of action, bought Lyoni out,
and anon removed hit slock of goods to
what was called "Now Town," he
having erected a More limine on t ho cor
ner now occupied by the firm of Hhollcy
A Vanduyn. This wan tho tint lioiwe
erected for luminous purposes within
the limits of the coi'iKinitlon embraced
by the ineornnrntion act of 1877. A
snort time after engaging lu luisliicss
in his new building, Isaao Vanduyn
associated with him in business Asa
McCully. After doing business for a
time as partners, Mr. MeOully with
drew from the Arm, and John Somor
vllle (now a capitalist of East Portland)
entered Into partnership with Van
duyn. They did a sucocssful business
for a term of years, when Somervlllo
withdrew, ami the firm then became
Vanduyn A Hmith. It was this firm
who erected the spacious and oommo
dious building on the corner now occu
pied by the tlrm of Shelley A Vanduyn,
Vanduvn A Kinltli were successful In
their venture. They did an extonslve
iHiif
and lucrative bualiitvw, and rt'tlrod wit)
a fair eoitiia'teiioe, Mr. Minltli la not
eiigHved lu buetrUM In Fwlorn Oregnn.
and Mr. laaao Vanduyn I now a Iwavy
CBMlUUIat OT Hnlottl. 1 lie nrm of MliHIi-v
A Vanduyn (Marlon Vttniluyn) will
now rtnjve aonw attontlim umlortlie
beau of
Hliollcv A V'andu vii.euoovaaoia of Van
duyn A Mtiillh, occupy the old plountr
ooriinr in inaopmiumitx), anil nave uti
leaocluMHl toui'tlwr 111 lillllii alllM'
IHW, Mr. Mliolloy wan fowwrly en
gttgotl aa cbrk for laiuto Vanduyn, and
UKwrtte liioroogiiiy vorami in the ury
giHxU trada before aanliiiiltig the pro
priunitilDof aatiM'k of gooda on lit
own account and tauiichlngout on the
oa of liii'rcniillle tratiawtlolia. I hie
firm la reiirmented by men of more
than ofilluarv alillilv. libcralltv. and
entrprias. They deal In all klmU of
(try h'kxu routm in a nrat-cittaa titer-
canllle eaUblUhmctit. Throuubout the
whole range or qttuntry, tha name of
thi firm la aa familiarly known aa I
the city of lu Inflation. No mercantile
boiiw in the city lanile hlghor In the
iMtltnatlon of the tiuhllc, while the In
dividual member of tbe Arm are nx
ognlxtHi aa among Die nitt iiromliieiii
and rt'tlHlilo of our licet clllwtie. The
euocvM of thi firm le not only richly
dMrvel, but etrtklnKly IlluatraU-e
what rrMiluilon, clone aiiplKmUon, and
ununiig energy, coupieci wnii lutein
gnnt niniintft tiiciit, eoviTiicd and con-
trollvd by hotunly and Integrity of the
ntgntwi onicr, can acconiiuiaii.
HtiM-kton A llciikle l another Ann
dolnir a Hucctwdil bualiicaa In the tlrv-
giHal tine In Imlcpcudoiicw. Mr. HUx k-
ton ctiuimoniiMi tiUNtncaa la-onnlx-r let,
Ihhh. and uu to Animal l'lli. IHUi. M.
diictotlt alone, with the exception of
aiHiHiiiiiodntiiigoii'rk mat were In hi
employ. At that tlate, Auguat 1Mb
iiwt, Mr. Hi-iikio, wiio iimi been in the
gnawry and pnvllni trailo, Ik-ouiiio a
lolnt twrtimr with Mr. istn'kti.o atnne
wblclt time thi'v have bocu dolnir bu.
Itiew under I he flmt name of Htockton
A llcnkle, Tbe buatueae of thi firm I
In a highly pruaperoua condition, and
Increasing at a pace proiMirtionate to
the progrvea of the city. ') heir buHiiien
comprtwe atnile and fancy dry good,
aud they are prepared to eutbify the
intaat faetldloua taete In pcraotial adorn
meut. One thlug l hut firm alwayi
kex In mind U, to do what they ad
vcrtlae t hrough the apere, by which
fwt they have Lullt up a large
tntalncea. lhith gvlillfUicn of title
firm are liberal reprceciitaUve dtlam,
who arvitrivtng to enbtrge the volume
and direction of trade by honorable
and porwIiU'iit ctfort, and who will con
fiT U'ticllla of no oiill nary character,
while In purwult of their own oonimcr.
dal advancement The atnblo charao
torof thla tlmt given It an lnipirtaii
in tlie line It n'pnwcnt.
Yax lUamndorf bit been engnged In
the mercantile butui In IudcMu
ih'iiee aluce IH72, with llio exception of
a abort retirement from IhihIiiow a year
or two ago, on account of ill health. He
now occiiplca a prominent ixnltlon
among the menttiitJIe cla, la plena
atitly located, and 1 doing a profluiblc
buaineea. He at one time oiuhI tip a
atoreal Iwbtvillc. Polk county, where
he did a lucrative trade with the
Houm Black,
fiirincrs of that section, aud In his pri-e-ent
location he receive weeklv visits
from his old-time friends from that sec
tion of country. Zed knows how to buy
goods, and how to sell them to please
nis customers. Ho alms to purchase
the best goods at the lowest prices, and
aclM them at as low a percent, as fair
business will permit, lie kcpson hand
everything in the dry-goods aud cloth
ing fine, and young or old, the fair sex
and the sterner sex, can always lie fur
nished with raiment according to their
several wants, (five him a call, and
sntlsry yourselves of the truth of our
statements.
When we mention the name of L.
Kelso lu connection with business
In Independence, all will rccogul.e
The Ideal Baking Powder )
is -
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder.
For more than fifty years Cream of Tartar and Bi
carbonate of Soda have been used for leavening purposes
with sufficient flour added to preserve tho strength of tho
powder unimpaired, and this with the addition of whites
of eggs comprises this pure and wholesome leavening
agent, that has been the standard for 40 years. In its
use pure, wholesome and delicious food is always assured.
Makes cake and biscuit that retain their moisture, and
while they are flaky and extremely light they are fine grained,
not coarse and full of holes as made with ammonia baking
powders, latter dries up quickly. Alum powders leave a bit
ter taste in tho bread or cake.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder once used, always used,
worthy . and active merchant,
one who strive to conform to a fair
rule of trade, and one who ntoete Ida
nitron in that genial maniH-r that
charactiiu the gciitlurtian. lie first
oM-iicd up for the ante of gnwla In Old
liidurtudeuiw, butioon removed wlwre
he may now be found, on First ain-et,
with a fine aUick of itanle tlry irrsMle.
ud which he dispoatu of to hut many
ciitotiMra' at a kw per cent, on cost,
He tieunii biiMincn at hia Drenent aland
In Ihn'.i, and fnun unull Ucginuings he
hiut built up a very remunerative trade.
With a ooutlnuituce of hi prenent auc-
oca be will mmn la"Mercliant l'nni"
aiikmgat bla fellow. HiiarrangetiMmbi
for the year show tlmt be la confident,
and determined to make the coming
buaineea year an Improvement over
last.
HAKOWAHK.
For the handling of hardware. Inde
pendence la moat bapjiily situate!, and
ia availing herself or her advantatrea.
(loodmitn A lktuty are fair rvprcNctit-
uvesM the iiartiware I rule or imictteu-
dence. Tln-y engaged In that liu of
busiucMi In 1HK5, and from the start
they have made mpldadvance,and have
enlarged their stock m aa to Include
all articles that could be called for In
that Hue of trade. They keen on band
aporbunou'B good, such aa gun aud
ammunition, all kinds of tinware, aud
a great variety of stoves and rangi a
u I tnl de to tiie moat varied taste of the
good hiHiacwife. A line of agricultural
maehiucry t always on baud, also a
large own t or cut lery, and they are
prepared to furnish toorder any kind
of vehicle that can be called for. In
connection with their store they have
a tin shop where alt articles made of
tin can I manufactured, and wtierere-
IMtirs of srlli lin made of that metal ean
is promptly attcnuV'd to. ttoodnutn A
isiuty aim to nave their gnoua nrst
lass, and to oiler them to the trade at
as low price as first chva
gtxsla call be bought at. The
geuilemeu comprising thla firm
areafl'ittile, clear-hcjuled bus! news men,
ml guidod by mauy yearn' exricnce
In business, they are oomwteni Ut con
tinue a trwlc remunerative to tlwm
svlvee and aatWfwUiry to their patron.
Another extensive hardware ottatw
llshmeut la owned and oix-rated by J.
F. t) itntineli. He Is siHweewir to the
l'oxT ltroa.. who built the tine brick
.tore that O'lsmnell recently racated.
Mr. t isuineii naa bum a iifsu'ioiis two-
story briek on the comer of Urst and
Monmouth si ttx-is, whicit lie is now oc
cupying with his large stock of goods.
Air. u uonneu staru-a into DUHintMe m
ludeiKiidctKW the first of July. ltW.
and no one has made more rapid ad-
vancea in extending his trade Utrougb-
out the county than he. He is a live.
business man, aud be is ever on the
alert to supply the wants of his custom
ers. It would be ueedluM to enumerate
the variety aud extent of the stock
be keeps ou hand; it is otily nexKenaxy
to mention that any calls upon him
for articles lu tils Hue of trade, w 111 be
furnished cheerfully aud promptly, ac
cording to order, aud at lowest rates
plausible to justify him in a continuance
uf the hardware buaineea. Agricula
Uiral machinery, vehicles, tinware.
cutlery, ironware of all descriptions,
meet the eye on entrance to nia well
stored salesroom. He expects to keep
t hand the largost stock of four
heeled vehicle that can be found in
POIk eoltlllj . Ho offers sxclnl induce
ment to cash buyers, and his trade
has increased from its first . beginnings
to such a mngtiitude a to make it aut-
tsfuctory. Hardware ha so far changed
In pattern aud tlnish as to drive out of
the market many of theold-etyle goods,
ml sou jxmneii tries to conform to
he present condition of the trade, aud
to keep lu stock such articles as Oinhioa
and esthetic taste demand.
8A.DDI.EUY AND HARNESS.
lleamer A Craven are tho sole and
only representative of this branch of
UUKiuemiQ J oaciendeuoe, ana wncn
we meiiuon tbe names or ueamer
raven, we mention tbe uaiues of two
otiiis men that are destined to attain
the topmost rung of tlie ladder lu busi
ness clrx-lm, and who will eveutually
lie among the leading wealthy moo. of
the town. They are young, active, and
Industrious, aud their wholo attention
is directed to making their business a
success, as well as to please all wit II
whom they have business relations.
They started Into business the third of
August, 1AM), aud are the successors to
M.licamer, w ho for a few years was
engaged in that business here. Their
Hue of goods comprises saddlery and
hurocMs, aud the wares generally per
taining to that trade. They are pro
ficient in their trade, and turn out
work that will compare for finish and
suMiintlal workmanship, favorably
with any Eastern manufacture. Every
cltigen receives, lu greater or less de
gree, a beueflt through the Introduc
tiou of a thriving busloesa. These
young men, lScamer A Craven, are
doing a thriving business and add that
much to the business Interests of the
city. 'TIs a pleasure to call upon. them,
when anything lu their line is wanted,
for with much courtesy they will show
you their well-made harness and sad
dles, and will thankfully take vour
colli In exchange for tbe sauto. This
young firm commands the esteem aud
respect of the entire business commu
nity. imuus aj;d nuirooisTS.
Duster & Locke.up to January 1, 1802,
occupied A prominent positlou in busi
ness cIMos as drtiggists,uut on the above
ditto Mr. II. L. Hhelley ncpilrel Mr."
Locke's Interest, and the tlrm is now
Muster A Khelley. These gentlemen '
are receiving- their share of custom in
IiidcHndeitce. They deal in drugs,
Jewelry, shit ioncrv,palnts,and oils, and
always kinp a large sttnk of these
articles on hand. A. D Kohlnson, com
monly known as "IKkj," opened tip the
first stock of drugs in the eltj of
Independence, ou tho premises
now occupied by Duster A Shelley.
For iimiiy years that Identical spot of
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