The Independence west side. (Independence, Or.) 18??-1891, August 26, 1892, Image 4

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    A KENTUCKY MUU.
A Gray H trM OW rn Tfi a flw
n,l rtiutlly UII4 II.
8m Peroo"a gray jamle Zke to old
and gray, but be Ktm)t (trMt strength,
both of understanding Mia of body,
(Saturday old Sara concluded that hf
wouldn't wwk, and towrdinitly h
ahouldarl hit tnnssle loading rill and
vrut hunting. Out before departing he
turned Zeke out to grim.
FtntUnjt the grass around the parson
ahin rather scanty, Zeke wnmliwJ
down the edge of tit crook next to ths
mountain etde. There within the shad
or of the woods ue (truck nice, ten
der clump of km and immediately b
(iw to cat it with ert delight. Vhtt
engaged tn thi ciuurenial tMk a Urvt
black bear wm down the mountain
aide end approached Zeke, Zuke had
probably mth HMO bear before, m ths
nrrina tribe has long been scarce la these
mountains. Nor U it likely that the beat
hud ever on uv pwiHou oocaMoti look
ed upon ft inula. But tUl tr was
hungry end, while Zeke h bigger
game than he hud bargalued tor, hf
evidently thought U worth while to tak
look atuliu. for he came litue nearer.
Zeke wm not ft bit afraid. He had
never stwd in ftwe of manhood, not
even Old &un, hi master, end it
not likely tht at thta late pnriod of hl
life he would be afraid of ny four
tooted creature thut walked the earth,
Zeke calmly wont on with hi pleasant
task of eating (tract. The Ur edged (
another yard. Zeke twitched hi tat
lid cleverly knocked ft fly off hit back,
ftiid being relieved of the burden of the
insect stiu umnehed the grass.
The boar began to grew inquisitive.
He evidently did not understand what
kiud of ftn ftnimal Zeke wm, hl studies
in tooloey being Hunted, lie stood niton
hi hauuchee nd growled, not ft
threat, hut ft klud of friendly salute.
Zeke did not raise hi head, and still
munched the gra. The Ur stopped
growling and walked in ft respectful cir
cle wround Zke, ituilyiu him frow
every corner. He might here been
hundred nili way for nil the notice
Zeke took. The bor wn puulod ftnd
wtteretl ftuother growl of tntvrroafttloti.
Asuu finding hiuieolt nnuoticed he be
gan to grow fttifry.
The bear went uround behind Zke
end CHiue very close, evidently deter
nitued to try by touch to arouse the
t ntnge ttntiiml ' Suddenly Zvke doubled
hiiuwlf up in knot and limped high in
the air. Two leg Hew out of the bunch
. like iUtcn rod and caught the bear In
the elite, whiriiug htm over in a coni'
plvte (untenant!. When he etrnck tlie
ground ho righted hiuiwlf and rushed
away with a growl of pain. Out Zeke
waa hot after him. and the bear, awing
that he would be overtaken, ecrauibted
up a hickory tree, barely winning a terrt
ble drive of Zeke t hiuU lirfl.
Noon came and (till Zrke wa under
the tree. The afternoon paMMsl. It wa
almost enudown, but till Zeke wa
there. The bear could (tend it no long'
er. Zeke wa about twenty fwt away
from the tree, apparently taking no no
tice, and accordingly he crawled down
the trunk as qnietly a powible, intend
ing to lip away in the forest. Brely
had he touched the ground when Zeke
turned with a snort and leaped upon
htm. So fast did hi hind lege tlmih back
and forth that they looked like tb driv
ing rod of an engine, in minute the
bear wa dead, every hone in hi body
broken. Mr. Parson, who taw it all
from the door of her cabin, say that the
bear didn't even have time to growL
When aidced why the hadn't taken a gun
from the house and shoot the bear in the
tree for she I a girl woodaiuan and bold
a ft man the replied:
"I knowed Zeke didn't need no help,
and beaide 1 didn't waut to spile the
fun." Pond Creek (Ky.)Cor, Now York
Sun. ' ' '
a rttifui iChi.
"I wa at Sioux City during the rise
in the Big Muddy." said T. P. Sinclair,
prominent farmer and stock raiser tI
South Dakota, "and there witnessed a
sight that haunt me. Pretty moob
everything that would float came swirl
ing dowrn the angry river wrecks of
bnildinge, household good and god-
and among the drift was, what do yon
think? acradle! Oneoftheold fashioned,
wooden sort, and in It sat a white headed
little tot, apparently about a year old.
"There wa not boat within hailing
distance, the cradle was fully 809 yards
from shore and the river was running
like a mill race. 1 started on a dead run
down along the bank, hoping to And a
boat of some kind, tuit before 1 bad gone
twenty-five yarda the cradle tipped over,
spilling its little occupant into the mud
dy waters. I am pretty well seasoned
let me tell you. 1 walked over row of
dead men at Donaldson and Shiloh, have
shot Indians and helped hang cow
thieves, but that sight at Sioux City
broke me. I Just sat down and cried
like a woman." St. Louis Globe-Demo
crat.
Kntlr.ly g.tl.Hed.
A suit had gone against the defendant,
who arose and gave his opinion of the
judirmeut and wa fined 10 for con
tempt of court. A bill was handed to
the clerk which proved tobetSO,
have no change," said the clerk, tender
ing it to the offender. "Never mind
about the other $10," was the retort
"Keep it; I'll take it out in contempt"
Black and White.
Tta to HI Word.
There is an unfortunate relio of sena
torial greatness who hangs around the
Capitol during the winters. On one oc
casion he applied to Senator Jones for
relief. "Soy, Jones," said he, lend me
fifty dollars, won't yon? I've got to go
home and I haven't the money, I can't
pay you till 1 come back in six uiontlm?"
"No," said Jones promptly, "I won't
lot you have fifty dollars for six months."
The old man's jaw full. "But I'll tell
you what I will do. I'll lot you have $100
for twelve months if you'll stay away
that long." The wreck was tickled, and,
strange to relate, turned np exactly
twelve months afterward to a day and
paid back the hundred. Kate Field's
Washington. -
In nailing on heels by the una of ma
chinery one man and a boy can heel 8l0
pairs of shoes per day. It would require
five men to do this by hand,
The Temptation
To go out of doors in rough weuther Is
not strong, but we are, many of ns,
compelled to fuco rough weather fre
quently. DiseuHes which arise from a
chill are pecurtur to no season of the
year. This is true, therefore there
should be In the closet of every Iiouho
hold what? Not an uu medicated stim
ulant, absolutely devoid of anything
but an exultive action, but a tonic com
bining, In the eU'octlve form of an In.
vlgorant and an alterative, the quality
of defense against changes of weather,
Hcsttettcr'i Htomach Hitters has three
or four properties that no other article
of Its class poBHewKM, Not only docs It
relieve the complaints which It even
tually cores, It fortifies the system
agulimt the bad elliicts of changes of
tctnperatnre, fatally and too often
shown In the deadly form of la grippe;
it produces a radical change in the
weakened condition of a system pecu
liarly liable to lie attacked by It, and It
tends to provide against tha danger re
suilius from an Impoverished condition
of the blood and a disordered slat of
the liver and bowels,
V kiting tNMa ft Greet Height,
ft will b remembered that Mr,
Whyuiper, who had a severe t uoceeatoa
of fall once in the Alps, without toeing
his consciousness, declare emphatically
that a he bounded front on rock to an
other ha felt ftbeolutely no twdn. Tha
tarn thing happen on th battlelWldi
tb entrance, of tut bullet into the body
hi not felt, ftnd it t not till ha feel tha
blood flowing or a limb paralysed that
the soldier know he w wounded,
Person whohava had several limb
broken by a fall do not know which limb
to broken till they try to rise. At tha
moment of a tall the whole intellectual
activity it increased to an extraordinary
degree. There it not it trace of anxtity,
On consider quickly what will happen.
This to by no mean the consequence of
"presence or uilud. It la rather tha
product of altadute nvesity. A solemn
oomposura take poseaton of the vic
tim. Death by fall l ft beautiful out,
Great thought nil tha victim' ton.lt
they fall painlessly into n great blu sky,
Drake't Magaalna,
Out er Dale,
Housewife Marie, these fowlt art de
cidedly too tough again, you cannot
have put them iuto tha itewtwu early
nonghl
Cook-Right yoo are, mnwi they
thonld have been put in three years ago)
Part Figaro,
Hxntljr'n riennt end Orgent,
Hon. Daniel V, IUatty, the great or
ran and piano manufacturer, 1 bulld
og ami shhmlug more organs and
plaiioa than ever. In IHTt) M r. Heatty
left Innne a piennlUw plow-twy, ami n
hi ludomttntile will lie low worked hi
wav upao a to sell aofar, nearly itw.ntHi
of iWty't organ and piano sluea ISTO,
N'otlilmmeuiuskitllehearten him: oh-
tach laid In hi way that would have
wrecked any onunary man rorever, m
turns to an advertisement and cornea
mit of It brlghtt than ever. Jilt
Instrument, aa I well known, are
very poMitnraud am to be found In all
part of the world. We are Informed
that during the next ten year ha lu
tendt to sell 3t,0ti0 more of hla make.
rhat iiteana a busitiewi or Kimsj.iiuu tr
we average them at IIOO each. 1 1 la al
ready the largest huslntw of the kind
In existence, rend to Daniel F. Iloatty,
Washlniftou, New jersey, for catalogue
1 f "psfiii"!
LOOKING AFTER
m "T
3
ItUttlrliMtolook Am.KtlM.llnt,bttUr)mnr rwilly lmius of ssvliif Uteni.yee
will eservlM a IUU awwlsW sail buy fuer
School Books, Tablets, Inks, and Schcel Supplies.
SEWING MACHINES,
ton W,H. Wtitlr.' tw pmphU
Will lM lUIFf Ul VUtU JUtl UVWM IHVfr
CONFECTIONERY AND TROPICAL FRUITS.
W. H. WHEELER,
Independence, 0.
THE CITY RESTAURANT
J-CLOt Oponod.
Lj&JS HOURS
The hmiw has lmn nrally fumWu'il throuchout The tahla will th(l
with the Ust the market allimls. A share of your palriiatte
is iwpeotfully sollcltwl. pl
South Main Street, Independence, Or.
ELLA FENNELL, Proprietress.
mxatm
kirn
in., ik. or aa r.
Tfl lyv-H f
imt (ma.
I Uriltrrt IPO www vm W-w vi'ni ii uf n rvtmy m wt
BIMOl SMESS, UVKR fOPI,INTS,KI('E HEADACHE, COLDS,
PIMl'LES, all SKH AFFECTlOMStMd DISEASES ABISlNUfrt-
DISORDERED 8T0SACH.
The Genuine HAMBURG TEA iiyutupin YELLOW WRAPPERS
with Ftiotimik Signaiurt of EM1L FliJiSi,.
REDINQTON OO. Aot NTS, 0AN PlUNOiMa
HOT,I BY A IX IrJISTW A wis sjstorr.ww.
THE
Has tlio -Tollowiner Barg-alxio
l,mliiH' ha'thrlta'an rliilmd vests
Ijiiillfs' Jursey tihlaMl vests. , ,
I,h1Ih' JiTy lihhed vesta', wlih
AH silk vellliii?, (wr yard
Clothe liriwhes. .,
Iluir tirusliM
Hf Ik handkerchief
Cruiiib tray and hriisli
T..II.. nl..uuu ilnvjtn
KHinmn, "iu
I'ure 1 rlsli Linen towels, inxjiu . . . . . .
I have Just received a lot of rlhhons, which will he ollered free at very low
iirkes. It will pay you to cull and examine these goods.
Hecond Door from First National Batik.
CKEO. "W". -SEE3D. Fxopiletoi.
GENERAL REAL ESTATE DEALER,
Monmouth, - - Oregon.
Good grain and stock farms and choice fruit lands;
town property of all kinds.
Those having property for sale, please call.
PIONEER MEAT MARKET
F. B. LEWIS, Proprietor,
Choice lieats
Highest market price paid for fat stock, beef, mutton, veal,
pork, etc. All bills must be settled monthly.
Open Sundays from 8 to 9 a.m.
Free delivery to all parts of the city.
Main street,
W. TAYLOR,
GEI1ERAL JOQDEfl.
I do gui-dening, ftnd itoiia olta
tiiir, and nmko aptlalty of clean-
Itijr nud litytng otriwUt, wluttow
I'listiiliig, whitwMhing, etc.
IaMtvo onlort tit W. O. Cook'l
fAiiultuw Htore,
Independence, Or.
amasaa.
KUOCNC.
Nt uMinn tuiuiiis tin Miiudsv. Ui
lOlu day of captnber, WW.
Tuition free.
Four course) clam teal, otautifklllt
erary, tod a short Kugllsh oonrae, in
which thera to n Ilin. tlreek, Freueh,
nor (lermsn. Tb Kngliah to pre-eminently
a business course, For catalogues
or other mformattoft, addreea,
J. W, JoitnaoH,
I'raekleul.
liil'&J,
DRUGGISTS.
' li tiittk nnannti Ik MOW rim
on in Moiimouih. which we liuve
fitted up with coniploto lino of
lirupi hihi uriiitgiwa' auimritw. wiir
Htiwk Im iiiiro.fitvth. hilulit. nud now.
Our pHc will m rt4Woiml)le, nnd
lw lUlr doulliiL- tttid courteous treat-
meut, we bone to 'oure aUaw of
your patronnge, rmmTiiiuotu w
tntrmiHy couitiouiuuHt.
Monmouth, Orogon
W. C. SIIAKMAN.
Merchant Tailor!
C JTIT. OPPOJITt fOJTOrtlCt.
Suits In Any Style Made to Order
AT HKANONAIU.lt KATKH.
THE DOLLARS.
ORGANS. 1HD PIANOS,
tU Ui f jot ftr th dulUra tow,thjf
lAMfiTiiViTinv ivnuiruTiAIV.
tleevea
,
...
.10.10
.15
, .85
.15
15a to
. ,,160 to
,..aoto
.40
M
.75
.25
.45
-
Independence, Oregon.
FAR
SHARVERUD t W,
THE PLANO
A General Stock of Shelf
and Heavy
W. J. CAMPBELL, MGR.
Clodfcltcr Building, Cor. C and Main sts.,
INDEPENDENCE, - OREGON.
inmm
Prescott
-pnofBirroen or
Independent
. PA0ttiaj
FIR AND BARD WOOD, BOUGH AND DKHSBED LUMBER
I JL Wbhojin, Ifancr,
H1FEHDK Sim.
Stylish Turnouts Always In Readiness.
, . . s .1 J I.., , I.. ,1 1. .1.1 t T X
Having iiiu'iy jmiTiiusim iu riiciro ihh'rki hi im nuiiuin w .
Joib, w tire now latUr i)i'imrtI thitit ever to mwt the donmiul oi
.'.- ...... 1 1. .... i.. .. .....I.. .........
tne puuuc. mm we are now iuhkhik nun lui-jiiM iug iu nm m"j
auliataiitUti Iiihimvi'iumiK TtiniH liotinlca by tins luy r imuith,
Tntvliitf iiiiui n simm IuIiv.
1Vuil i !l i,r fiiTi'i-hil'mx l t .m,! Iwivihi IiiiI'IvihI'ikw "r Hairm ui S.m, rrni
alrlll tut lnUwlltli'niv,la(l I ln, liMtri iuU'lnlrlli' lur ttllaCUr l i P III.
DAMON & COOK, Proprs.
If you
Furniture, Bedding, Carpets
Paper or Picture Frames
GO
W. O. COOK
I Ic has the best and most complete Mock
his i idc of Portland, and will always treat you
right." Wall paper trimmed free of charge.
T. W. ESTES
Succ.wor to J, D, Irvln.,
Dtaltr In
Groceries
Glassware
Queensware
Tobacco
and Cigars
I hove on hand !ik "f cniiiioil
olienp. Also, b lot of Try tine lamps, tlmt will bo sold wry omt cost.
Remember the old stand of J. D. I.
MENT WHY ARE YOU
lrWEAIiNESSM
v "mbmjsi
'we have a relief and cure
In your Ignorance of effects
an d vitality -which ia
system the elements thus
strength and vigor will fol.
curs or money refunded,
Dr. Sanden'a Electric
after all other trestments :
testify, and from many of
TH B
si
JF
ll t complete galvanic battery, made Into a belt 10 as to be easily worn during work or at rest, and It gives soothing, prolonged
which are Instantly felt throughout all weak parts, or we forfeit $5,000. It hns an Improved Eleotrto Suapenao
Greatest boon ever given weak men, ami we
lonoy Reftindod. They are graded In
onoy Refunded. 1 hey are graded In strength to meet all stages oi weakness in young, mlduie-aged or old men, and will cu:
l worst cases In two or three months. Address
t 8ANDEN ELECTRIC CO., 172 First St., PORTLAND, OREGON.
the worst cases In two or three months,
BINDERS
Hardware.
I , VIMBaa
& Voness,
Saw mill
tmu !. W
Im1rp4iidincef Oregon
want
Wall
TO
gonils tlmt will be sold by tlie esse very
leeplessnes5.Rx)rMemorV& general IllHealth
the effects of abusei, excesses, worry and exposure, For such sufferers
In our marvelous Invention, which requires
or by excesses, or exposure, you may have unduly drained your system of nerve force
electrlcltyana thus caused your weakness
drained, which are required for vigorous strength, you will remove the cause, and health,
low st once and In a natural way. This Is
Siena lor our juustratea l ampuiets, tree ,
Belt Is no experiment, as we have restored thousands to robust health' and vigor,
ir3 failed, as can be shown bv hundreds of cases throughout this State, who would plaillv
whom we have strong; letters bearing testimony to their recovery after using our Belt.
DR. SnNDBN ELECTRIC BELT
warrant it to curs any oi tne strove weaknesses, anu to enlarge snrunicen ttnius, or parts, or
strength to meet all stages of weakness in young, middle-aged or old men, and will cure
Address
...
(.i.V, .til') M
Harness,
Saddles,
Whips,
Oils,
Robes,
and Brushes
BO & CRM
ST. CHARLES
HOTEL
Leading Hotel of the Northwest
r"um f. llvHrsultP elvUir,iMrl' bells,
runnlirdi nwlr wlnleU "
Usi4 rwnmirsni wimiwipa'-lih Hi lioe
C. W. KNOWLCS, PROPRICTOrl
Cor. rronl sna orwm, .
PORTLAND, - ORCGON.
EAST AND 80UTH
--
SOUTHERN PUCtFIC ROUTE.
SHASTA UlNE.
tiprws Tnlos Us ratlaud PftUf.
l1UP.il llY. J,,..,... , ' i rt H
;tl A. a, I Af, Hun wm-lwo l.v. 1 7i r.
. .-t... ..... a ImIImwIii ttAllttai
norm ni a'T'wm- . "-- - .;
.. ..i , l,,.U,,rt. ItMrfnu 1 11V.
W,w.llHi.iwem. AlUur, 1 wigaut. ShwUH. t"u-
mi, nnriuii JSHouua wt t " "
Roseburg Matt, Daily.
Arrlv.
IN.rlluiiil .sil.
IMrtlsnit h-TOA..
Uiwllrts . , 7.KI A, M,
Albany Uosl. Jily xpl Cumlsy
Srtliinil....sl l"i
Allmny .... it i.m,
ktliinv IHSlim
riLI.MAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
Second-class Sleeping Cars,
Kur III muiimi1ntlfln o( mHMiirni bottling
wiiidlwa II, knl. miiu-liril Id
prm. trnlu..
Went Side Dlrlnlon.
ntwen Portland tuid CorvaMU
KAIL TRAIK DAILT (Eietfl Sund.r.
fHTsT
II 114. II.
U III P. tt.
Lt, Fucllond At.
Ar, ladiniirnos Af.
Af. Curtail l.f.
1 !..
II W a m.
AC Alhsnt ssl Com! Ill sottaMt llk tisiM si
urates rMiae lutimwi.
EZPBC8S TSAIR DAILY (Eiwpt Bund'y)
r!n4 ..A S. MeMlan.tUs T t.
UrU,M,illl. I IS A. I l'urUu4 ...I W4.lt
TSEOUOB TICUTS TO ALL POOTI
EAST AM SOUTH.
1tUr.nd iBtiirosaesrMsrtflntmw
u., SM., SSU M OumiMJlJ SfWM M UNU
aiio, ,
mwhi mm mm
IMIH IjAND. OHKllON,
TICKETS
On sale to
St. Paul, St. Louis,
And Alt Polnu
EAST, NORTH. AND SUU11
THROUGH SLEEPbRS, RECLINING
CHAIR CARS. AND DINERS.
Sl.sm.n from Portl.nd to S.srsnclKS
Uv.ry 4 u.y.
TICKETS TO AND FROM EUROPE
for nil and Kt'tiornl ludirnisUon cnllon or
siitin'Mi,
V, 11. Hi'Ki.iii'si., AhhL Oi'iil. fma, AgU
, i WwililtlXlua HI.,
1'OKTI.ASn, Ohkuor
COOPER I PATTERSON, AGENTS, INDEPENDENCE
T Kor hI hy th
ezcs. uniiKmiirnfii. ni
'ins mum I v. nr.. mid Kumiliinivo. Or..
I7.UK) l'riiniw, kiiiwii st Huvtr, nml Knnt
llnivo. i.ul iiiiiilnn, l!U,Uin iwurs, 1(),UI nesi'hvs,
iiIhii rht-rl.H. iiuliioi'M. HprlcotJi, irriiiwt,. lilnrk'
lri'ira. tfmiHi'lu'rrtii.. niKilorrWw.MriiwlMrrlm(i,
In iiiiiiiiltltw to Null tlis purotiHHor, st. iift.ou
iiiiiv uiriiiM. Aiiuriwii, 11. u. min;i.,
Hiivur, Polk cuuiity, owitiin,
WEAK?
LECTBIC.DELT
D SUSPENSORY FOR
nn
WHO ARE DEBILITATED AND SUFFERING
from Nervous Debility? Seminal Weak
ness. Losses Drains. Impotency oq
Lost Manhood. F?heumatism. Lamf
6ack,KidneVTroubles.Nervousnes;
but a trlat to convince tha most skeptical,
or lack ot lorce. - it you replace Into your
our plan snd treatment, and we guarantee a
sent oy man, aeaiea.
currents
inensorv. the
J. I MM,
Proprietor Of
Gl)lnl!i(rb.
Uuulliitf of all KlrnlM Doiio at
iihoiir.Mo link.
Agents for the 0. P. Boats.
All bill must be settled by the VHt W
Indcpend jrn-;
1lll3. A. M. iTuRLEY,
UUli&try. Ftncy Goods
Dal tt Msptaatte WstloaM Bant,
Iai.rtaoct, 0'o
SelMtIM AMriou
.Itk..
mmmiTjr
itMfi
nimmmt. Lnu Intuiiarlns Mt.nl. la AaMrlw.
K.ri imuui Utw tint 1 taU ySXlUzi
S.m ,r.ll. I.. mtmrnm (m Of DOM. IB
Urns tUmlmWm of uf nU ft
.UI. SviMiiilir llmwiia. Ho "i,3".lf",i
iwi ti.w .11 vhiiiiim. A4wi'lll
Haljuu ui, SM Hnmaw. Hw tun.
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The Peoples' Meat Market.
B. F. ANDREWS, Prop.
V UttTQ IfMJUllJ lWIWWtM''l,M
opiKito Little Palace Hotel, and
FRESH and SALT MEATS,
' mm m m iSBSk. m SSSSM
SAUoAUc., etc.
Everything First-class.
Walker
Successors to
Carry a complete line of
TABLE LUXURIES, CANNED GOODS,
FRUITS, VEGETABLES,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
W aollclt shars of your patrontgt.
BOLES
GAS 6AS0UNE1
FiHES
Ko H.ttarie or Sit Mo Spur to ours tor. Makes no small or dirt S
' ifo douMt or tola Explosions, so ftvfluoat with Us unreliable spark.
It Oils Itself AutomatKllT fust licit Vis Emner, turn ti T72ocL cad
it runs tU dsr. '
Jt runs with a ehsapsp grids et Cosolias Claa icy other Cag. iae, lad 'conso
fluentlr it COSTS LESS to run it.
. 'W'"5fiCifr u DmU World. ' It has Anm-r parts. Brf is tirrmtcr- lea
llMSlf tognoutot order tia saj other Ous or Oasolina Vngias now iu-i.
SHUT) FOB ILLUSTRATED iUSSCRZPTTVE CZnCVLAJi TO
larraiia,U PALMER' & REY, ctrtet&
Is. gowJell
SUCCESSOR TO H. D WALLER,
DEAl.FJl IN
siw a I it j ii.nssisisai in i ;r.Ta-g. - sr
KEW GOODS ARRIVING EVKRY A'KKK.
My stock Is now more eomplcto than ever before. Hmll be flensed to have
all the customers of the store continue trailing and hope to Induce umny to
trade who never did before, Iu couueotlon with my store is a
REPAIR SHOP
Where boon and shoes u, be ivralrod or n.a.u.fmjtutvd under the niMuupmeiit
of M, A, 15 A K Kit.
lleinember the name and pluee,
W. E. GOODELL, - Main Steet, Independence.
BEflTTVS
Cclsbratstf
ORGANS AND PIANOS.
For ;Uliifw, diln-i,
DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washington, N J.
From TKIlMINAL or INTKItlOK
I'OINTH lm
IIIEI1!! fidflC P. R.
tn the litis u uk
It ILL PUS BIT d HI
It is the DINING-CAR ROUTE. It
run Through Ve.libuled Train
Every Day In the Year to
ST. PAUL
and
CHICAGO
(Nl''tlMI-i "I
ComiM-ainIXIK(J CM'S n
HiiriiwM'il, riillitiuii Dntwittg
, ltoolfl HIif'JXTH ol htH tit
eijitijiiiirjif,
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
lUl tllHl itn lM'OliHMtl tl, Hlltl
in wlili lt lucottiiiKHia iiiiM hi
lMtb frwswid furniiihfil fur
holders of first cir w
Olid class tu:M,
mid
ELE6JIIIJ!C04CES.
1 Continuous Line, Connecting
wilti all Ones,
Affinlti! dlwt und ofilunrrupiwl wrrk-.
I'ultiiinn lK-r nM-vll"ii rn U? awurt-d
In aUvam ltinuli siiy im- Dt ut Urn r"il.
Tuonnnu TIPlfCTQ
innuuBn imuo ;.r..Ktid...i
Kun lw. 111 ti Trtin Iwowl B ny I rsel llli
of this ninitany. full InlorwimWiB nmtU
In. kin, linn' ! trnm.. ul, slid rrtlmr do
Imilm, lurutolivd im itpiillrst Ion to uy mfcnt, or
A. D. CHARLTON,
Amlxmnt fii-nrrul PwwriiKrr Aifnt.
No. UI t'lnl mret'l, nr St wtliliisbm,
PORTLAND, OR.
JAMES GIBSON, LOCAL AGENT
I ndspsndsnct, Oregon.
-s.v " 1 " 1
keep on Lund all kinds of
Free Delivery
Henkle & Walker,