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About The Independence west side. (Independence, Or.) 18??-1891 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1894)
THE WEST SIDE.
frAYAMJI IN ADVAXOi,
Thra Moului .
A3 mwtlMr w4 4tu nollwa not mowkI.
tug llv lint will b Inmxrtal ftve, Alt vt
lla Will M chargtMl flv wnu pr imp
Hocloty obltumry molutkmawlll b clmrgwl
tM t the W Of flv cut pt litis.
America market l t hu4. The Utui another tlot) m day wm expetnlwl
Wllwou bill hiim rwlueod the duty that
uudarthefel valorum iokUmu Mi-xioun
entile nmyeoiuelu now foriilMutil.Silft
ht'iui. The ellbct thU Iim liml oa our
lool cattle market It U- Illulrate4 by
a totter written by Clarence Clark, of
Mammoth, Arbon, who ):
"8luee the aage of the Wllnou bill
Colorado cattltt buyer refuw to come
aud look at the Arizona caUlo, unlaw
the owner will state Kforvtmiut they
will atvept eight dollar per hwut, a
that I the prion they win plane Mexican
beef cattle ou car In the United State.
FRIDAY, KOVKMDBU 80, ISM.
DiC0NTISPAKCK8 ftraiwmlwr Umt Me
pubUheraof thl pr ttiunt b nolMwt by
MM when a tubaertber wth hla Wh
loll AU arrMiMt tuurt b plt.
ALWAYS OtVK TUB NAMK t tht pt.
ofltoe to which your paper la nt, Your
sunt cub not be fttuud oa our book unliw
lUltli don. .
AIJ,t.rtTF.na thould ba ulittvawd to lbt
A POLLAR AFTER ALL
There are a good many persons w ho
' advocate free ooiuage of silver ou the
understanding that it will he easier to
get a silver dollar than a gold one, con
aequently they will bave more of them
in their pockets. Labor I the turw
of all wealth. If a man works all day
long for oue dollar, it make no illtU r-
nce whether that dollar ht gxild or
sliver, he give a dollar worth of work
aid that i all there is of It, and it
an exchange of one kind of property
for another, The time when the dollar
effects hliuls when he attempt to ex
change that dollar something em
Under our present financial system our
silver dollars arcs kept at par with gold
and as a consequence la really a gold
dollar, as it is a well knowu fact that
there is ouW half a dollar's worth of
silver in it. The government even
now with over $400,000,000 worth of
silver lu circulation, half of which I flat
money, or based on trie ability of the
governnyit to redeem, la finding It
difficult to keep up the parity and 1
compelled to teue bonds to mulutaiu the
reserve. If the present deficit of revenue
of $10,000,000 a month continues, It Is
only a question of time when the gov
ernment must find itself unable to
maintain the parity and silver wilt
theu drop to Its bullion value, or near
it, just as our greenbacks did ouce
when they could not be redeemed.
Thl being the preacnt condition of
our money affairs bow unwise It would
be to pass a free coinage act making
our government virtually Issue more fiat
money when it caunot pay its pit
ent debt of that kind. Suppose bow
ever that our government should do
such a thing, where would the profits
go? The mine owner would take bis
sliver to the mint and instead of being
paid say 70 cents an ounce get 128 cents
an ounce bv bavin ir full leiral tender
dollar paid to him. 1 1 seems to us that
the mine owner alone gets the profit
and the great mass of the people have
to pay it-, '
The trouble right now with our fin
ances Is that we have too much paper,
too many promises to pay and no rev
enue with which to pay them, and un
til a party with a sound financial policy
takes hold of the treasury the scarcity
of money will continue. It Is not a
scarcity of money but a lack of confi
dence that is at the root of all the
-THE MORTGAGE TAX LA II'.
Several newspapers in Oregon tire
attempting" to Influence public, opinion
in favor of the relnuctment of the mort
gage tax law and the deductions for
Indebtedness. In other words tlicy
would assess the individual
Instead of the property. In our opinion
it makes no difference who owns prop
erty, as far as the equity of assessing II
goes. If the state holds "property tui
taxes it can sell the property and col
lect the taxes, but not so with asst-
ingthe Individual. If ft man owns a
farm and owes half the purchase
money or all of it or none, should not
figure lii assessment; there Js the land,
asseHs it, enter It on the tax roils, and
then some one must come forward and
pay the taxes or It will be sold. That
is the simplest and best plan of assess
ment. It is the best for the state and
Is In the long run the only Just method
for the taxpayer. All property in the
state should pay taxes. A merchant
has $10,000 worth of goods in his store.
Those goods should pay their burdens
for maintaining the expenses of state
and county covernment no matter
whether owned by the man in posses.
Mion, or only partly owned or even in
Lis possession on consignment. It in
not the duty of the state to settle the
question' of ownership. The man In
possission according to the rccosds is
supposed to own the property, whether
It be raJ or ' personal, and the stale
)d simply to follow I be oropprty ami
nut the individual.
Now that the republican party ha
been sbowu that its principle are
upheld by Ibe .people, and U took very
probable thai protection to American
Industrie Will be the policy of our
government, among other businesses,
which will receive a benefit will lie the
beet-sugar Industry, We publish an
Interesting article thl week giving aa
account of the succes of a factory in
Canada, There la no reason why In
dependence could not move Id the direc
tion of having a bcet-augar factory.
BEET SUGAR INDUSTRY.
iinmimt factouv shows
MONT Or AUOIT $30,000.
tMM Pay lor licet.
PAItt TO THK I'AHIKHS THK UtTOHl
INM'Mll. 01 SVU RUt St ON.
, THRU tmLK.M,
Under the McKluley law cattle from
Canada, P.Ieico, and other countries
' had to pay $10 a head to come into the
.United States. In those countries, par
ticularly Mexico, cattle raising is a very
profitable industry provided the
(7asW, Montreal, Canada,
Home sixty person accepted the invi
tation of Messrs. M. Iftbyr & Co. to
visit the beet-root sugar factory at iter
thlervlllo ou Saturday, and to thus
who had not previously ceu the carry
ing on of thl Industry it proved a de
cided treat. The party, for who ac
commodation two pallor ear had been
attached to the QueU-c train, left the
Dalhoosiedcpotat8.10a. in., and re
turned by the late train In the evening,
having Sieut a most enjoyable day.
Immediately ou reaching Bcrthlur
vllte the visitors were conducted to tint
factory, a substantial stone structure,
MfCH I.MI'KOVi:i MACIIINKHY
over which they were stiown by Aid,
Lefebyre and Atr. do Muy, the mana
ger. In the course of the lour of Inspec
tion Mewsi-s. Lenbyre Co. were tla
recipients lf many oongratulatlon up
on the state of prosperity to whlel
they bave apparently brought the in
duittry, which given employment to
about 120 person, work being carried
on day and night during the season,
From ISO to 2si car-load of bet-root
are rtH!elveil each, week, and the out
put of sugar Is from 18,000 lbs. to 20,000
Ibs. a day, tlie yield of the manufac
tured article being about 10 per cent.
on the raw material. The Government
give a bonus of two cent a pound ou
the sugar manufactured, and the legt
lature contribute fifty cent a Urn to
wards the becta. The sugar sells at
from 3 cents to 4 1-19 cento a pound,
whilst the pulp that Is left after the ex
traction of the sugar can readily be sold
for cattle feed during the winter months
anil realizes about $1 per ton. The
factory was opened lu 1MU1, but lack of
beet-root caused It to I clcd at the
end of the seusou, ana until Messrs.
Lefcbyre Jk Co. Usk hold of It lust year
Its career was of a very up aud down
character. They apiiear to have nmile
A TlIOKOVtill 8l!(CHSOK IT.
as this year it Is expected to show a
net protit of between fltO.Om) and $40,000.
This will be tho first time that Its work-
lug has shown a favorable result.
The manufacturing season commences
on October 1 In each year aud lusts un
til the new year. The present nonson,
however, will 1 of much longer dura
tion, there being sufficient orders on
hand to keep the factory running until
the middle of February or the beglnn
Ing of March. The visitors were shown
the several proeesxes through which
tho beet-roots pans from the time they
are received on tue cars until meir
saccharine matter Is vxtracted and Is,
by an ' automatic process, filled Into
casks In the shape of white sugar ready
for the market.
Aid. UeaUHohil said that In conversa
tion that day with farmers in the county
of Ucrtliler he hud been assured that
" WKKK I'KHKKCTI.Y SATtMKD
with tho experiment of growing beet
roots for the manufacture of sugar; lu
fact so well pleased were they with the
result that next year they Intended to
enter more largely into the industry, as
It paid far better than anything else.
Hay only realized from $3 to $4 a ton,
while beets fetched from $70 to $H0 an
acre. The beet-root Industry, ho said,
was destined to become of great benefit
to the farmers, He hoped that the
Government would do something to
wards encouraging tho Industry gener
Mr. do Musy said that to some extent
the beet-root sugar Industry owed Its
establishment In this province, to f,leu-
tenant-Governor Chapleau, who went
to France to study the Industry as It is
carried on there, and on Ids return
made sjiecial reports and did all he
could to promote It, Baron de Boulicre
was also among the first to work In the
interest of the enterprise. He than pro
ceeded to give some Interesting figures
relative to the present factory, which,
he stud, was erected In 1880, arid "was
opened in 1881, but after one season's
working it proved so unremuneratlve
thai, it whs closed until JHW, when It
was reois'iied. The, same result, bow-
ever, attended it as beforehand agnfn it
was closed. The Industry was restored
In 1888, but once more failure attended
It, and It was reopened and proved suc
cessful. The premises, he said occupi
ed seventeen acres of ground, the fact
ory Itself covering four acres. The em
ployes receive about $120 a day in wages
and $1,000 per day were paid' for beets,
The coal bill amounted to $100 a day
lu oil, grease, lighting, etc. The sugar
manufactured waaaoldat front 8o to
40 pound at tba ruelnrv Imt ha
thought that next year they would I
able to sell It at from 2Je to So a pound,
tliey had now considerably Improved
the machinery. The annual xhiuIU
ture in connection with the factory
waa about $10,000, ViM thl year
the Industry ha never realised a profit,
but it was expected that thl ou'
working would result In favorable
balance of betweeu $30,000 aud $10,000.
A crowd of young folk snt a most
etdoyaole tl; at O. J I. lVarmom!
Mr, F. Klglu ha Is-ou Improving bis
nail tin week iy (tainting aud putting
in new seats.
Will Quick went down to Monmoutl
where he will attend mcIiooI thl winter,
M Is ,ddlu Kane, of IVorla, visited
Ml Leah Molhinlvl bed week.
Hpauldlng llroa. were doing business
lu till viol city Tuemlay,
Mis Jwle Harper was ou the le
list last week.
Mis Julia James I visiting at Tarke
Mr. E. 11. Jeter returned to his home
In (Jaston ou Friday, hi llttla on
lllie having gone Thursday,
The lecture lu the M. E, church Bat
urday ewulug t.y Mr. K. Ihyant,
Falls City, wsa well attended.
The "K.ng Clrolo" met twice last
week with Mr. J. It. William am
Mlsa F,mnia Hughe.
ur. JUiyn'ia mi j wife atteudsl
the medloal association held lu Mon
mouth on nlday
Mrs. Geo. MeUughlln ha been Buf
fering from Inflammatory rheumatism
Mrs, llrownsou Is visiting relative
Ijwt Haturdsy evening "Hlminrock
and the Jtese," was played here by the
young people of Ilalla. On account o
bad weather and other ammoseiuent
tiiere was not a large attendance, The
young M5ople sustidaed their charac
ter quite well, and their effort were
appreciated w shown by the en
tliusiasllo applaum, The S'dalty
"Hilly Jimmy," was altogether U
funny aud silly, A. K, Moore is rluh
at home In the role of funny iiiao.
The excursion to Corvallison TImnKs
giving day did not materially on ac-
WHiut of the heavy bonds that would
have to tie ralstsj for the motor to run
on the H. P, It. It The bund were
placed at $100,000,
Mis I)aly Is-e, who ha Urn attend
Ing school here, lea Friday for h
home at Hhedd, Llnu county, lit
eyes were bothering her, was the cause
of her departure.
The LadhV'Ald Bia-lety gave sump
tuou Tbaiiksglviug dlnuer In the
new addition to the Chrlstain church
the dlnuer was bsucccnm In evtiry way
8. r. Hunt Is the new teacher In the
Normal, lie Is forming class In au
tomallo shading, type writing aud
short hand at very reasonable rate.
Messer John aud Heuator lsiughly
ana Airs, jsmghty and I'aradine, pcn
lhauksglvlngnt Mrs. John Grants at
iulte a numls'r of new students.
Miss Lluule Murphy I on the sick
"Uncle" Jillly Mason Is recovering,
slowly, from his recent Illness,
Kd, Houston, of Albany, was hi town
last week visiting relatives.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdei
AwuOnl CiuU McOil Mklwlnnf l-.lr, jun Fn
Our dramatist took "Hhamroek ami
Ibe Hose" over to Monmouth hint
Saturday, and returned home to pay
$2 that they were out of pocket. They
had a gisal time, were well tn-ated
and will probably pay Monmouth an
other visit before long,
iist Haturdsy night Friendship
JMjge, I. o. O. K, elected tho follow
Ing officers for the ensuing term: F, J.
Chapman, Si. G.j W. J. Wagoner, V.
O.; O. W. Hmith. It. H.: IT. H. (Irani.
r. o.j . A. Miles, treusurer: F, J
Coad, trustee, -
union j uaiiKsgiviug service were
held In this city, In which all denoml
nations took part, excepting the
Methodists. They were largely attended
aim uieoiiermgs for lite poor were
Itobert Oaynor lias gone to Corvallls
to lmik after a h I tl contract (?) he made
while picking hops out on the Luck!
amute last tail. Another young lady
In these pari bus her eye on him also
At 8 o'clock on Wednesday morning
the upper part of Hon. J, J. Daly's
neat residence was destroyed by fire.
hhenfrriumnier and deputy Hester
have been busy riding aud serving
papers the past few days.
Ibe sherlfrs and treasurer's offices
present a tusty appearance In tholr now
Our sick folks are all on the mend,
teller Front KtepJieu Mast.
Itowchiirg, Noveiiilsr IT, 1804.
Junior Wmt HiPK. W receive the
WfcsT Hum regularly aud eagarty scan
It column to learn oi the event hap.
ponlug In and around your lively city,
We extend ourwln congratulation of
your eleveu pouud feminine beauty;
may she live to be an ornament to
oelotyand a pride to her parent.
The weather here at presout I fine
and healthful, the hut two mornings
we bave had quite a Utile frees.
Home of the pump refuse to work on
account of the fieee.
The citizen of this burg are wagglug
along with appttratit content, buslm
1 Improving, our merchant are laying
In tmlte heavy stis k of gsds, wlrh
theprosKHtofa lively trade thl full
Are there auy demoerals left In Folk,
We premime they are about as when 1
left Independent, few and fur between,
The great avalanche of ballot that hn
unwed them under rmv.'itly u;thave
deprived them of all hots) of ev again
attajnliig to power lu the sdiiiinUtru
tarn of goverineiltal B (talis. Itepu bil
es lis alsmt here are gloriously happy
luce their atar ha rln lu tbeaseeud.
ant, and well they may be, for the over
whelming defeat of dcmiH'racy prove
conclusively to people that the
free trade demtsraey Is destructive of
the agricultural aud commercial In
terest of the American ltepubllo. The
wople have declared lu uusit emphatic
tone, that the jtolley of the democratic
party must always rwult, lu the future
a lu the past lu retarding the prosperity
of all our Industrial luterest,
Ist the people of Independence,
yes, the entire rs-oplo of "Old Folk" put
their shouldors to the wheel with
nmted strength, aud bring about the
euimumallon of the bect-stmar enter
prise, aud the result will t highly pro.
tuotlve of the county' financial Interests.
The prune Industry 1 taking pre
cedence of all other liidunlrli In
Douglas wiuuty, We have the natural
soil aud climate for (he prune, it grow
to Hrteellon here, and lu the Fuist is
fast taking prt-cedence of the prunes of
any other ks-alliy or country.
W were much surprised to learn of
Uncle iHivy IawIs Ijeing plum! lu the
iunaiie anylum. It dm- mviii to us
that a man of his advanced sue might
have been we I taken earo of by icla
tlvesaud frleutk without reporting to
sucli an extreme prooeedure. We
enswssi the plains with Uncle iiavy lu
INo.aud had long and friendly Intimacy
during our residence lu Folk, and we
learu with deep regret of his sad afflic
tion, and the course which It seemed
m-cenxary to purue fur hi care and re-
sterallou tosaulty. Weslmxrely hojst
that ere the vital spark has tied from
hi mortal frame, that he may be com
pletely restored to sound mental eon
dltlon, aud at last ja away conscious
thai he Is surrouudtMl by kind au
West that hop ralwM am unde
....... 1. .! . . . . . .
Hiiirii uiM,ifoiiiiurv ou amiuni or the
low price of hop, but they muxt not
be discouraged thereat, but keep istg.
glttg away, put their bop yard in gtsst
colidltion, for they must eventually
succeed In obtaining a fair remuncra
tion ior meir laiHir. we pnoHwe
oceajtloually to contribute sime
thought to the Wist Biuk, not fur
their "Ititrliielo vslue," but to let
trlends know they are not forgotten
Easy to Take
Awl Peileol In Their Action,
Never fall to relievo Dyspcrsla,
Constipation, and Headache.
"I have proved tha vulito of 0i
Aver s Fills in relieving iivms - o
sla ami headache. Willi Vthiell O;
comphtints I waa so Ioiijj troubled g;
timi neunerino oici'r nor my- o
self supiiosed I should ever be o;
well ngiiin. Tliroiih the use of g;
tho above medicine I am better 0
limn I have been for years."
A. Gaskill, Versailles, 111, '
"l nave uhcu Ayvr s nus ior. ol
18 venrs as a cuthnrtlc In liver o
eniiinliilnt and nlwaVS with CX-
treincly beiicllclul effect, never S
nnvuig nan nccu or oiner mcoi- o
clno. I also give Ayer's Fills to oj
my children, when tlicy reoulre
luiftpcrlent, nnd tho result Ih til- o
wavs most satisfactory." A. o
A. Eaton, Centre Conway, Jf. II. fi
"Havlnirbeen Bcvcrelvnfilicted o
with roNtlvoiiess. I was induced i
to try Ayer's Fills. Their use bus
effected a complete cure, and I
can confidently recommend them
to nil siinaariv nmicteu. u. A.
Whitman, Mipomo, Ctil.
Received Highest Award
AT THE WORLD'S PAIR
Circuit Court Docket.
Following are tho pfte UouMcd for the
December tuna, IHIH of Ulreult eourt fiir Folk
oHiniy whleti beghiH Monilay next, Doeolnlmr
llKI'AK'lMENT 1 UKO, II. HUHNKSTT, .ICDOK
Aotion AT LAW.-Kel. Well Slid K. If. J,yoa
vs. K, (;. llarrlii: Iliunillon, 3ib A Co. vx, M
Conper! Craven Hros. v. ,1. K. Klikjiiitrleki
Sam'ltlrr vs. W. N. Farksr; B. Iilis vt, .1
A. Dcnipsnyi Wiley H. Allen vs. I'liiebo Me
(IreWj Itobert O. Mormw vs. W. 11. Hluh-
lilngn; Dallas City Hank vn. AIIco . pemn
nuy, M. Wvarvrinl vn, C, W. Osborne;
Dallas City Dunk va Holintm A Kny
kerulall; Fenuai A Tonor vn, John unci
Mass's Ouyi A. W, Morgan vs, I). H. Vouna
ol ill; It. I., Hnhln vn. W, T. Hlmrttltf; W, H,
Orrgory v. J, A, .fnhnwins .1. I'. ! vn.
H, (!. IMinliik; I'tiUiin Tonnr vn, 11, II,
Mi!l7rlr; ' W. Hliw vs. It, J. Tylui;
Craven Bros. vs. A. llywlyj Wholly A Van
duyn vs. Uauhol Hall; Hon ho in Kainmy
vs. KIl'.-.abuMi Hoylo et alj Allen A l,owln vh,
A. H, Johnsoni J.KlHliliurn va. A. U, Kobortn
and Mary L. ItoberW; Mltohtill, Lewis &
BtavorCo, vs. J. P. O'Donnoll; U, M. Oabnrne
4 0o.,vn. J. V. O'Dounsllt D. M Osborn v
J V O'Oonuelli Horace Yoiauii vi., E. T.
Miller and M. Morrlaon; F, A, Halloy vs.
M. M. and J. J Fowler.
ArFKAb ray4 wsm Couhl-Jivuios Elliott
vs. flrxt National flunk of litnii(lini;
Win. Mntilwin , 1), U, nieharilr, David
ioliiiaori vs. It tJ. Hiludlfy, '
Actios Ko tAaAns,-t'srolln licbn va, W
I WPll Jobann IH,n v. W, I,. WoIIhi
woim nrhn v., w.l WUi J. II. Kewent vs.
aenos oa MtT.-Jieiili Myvrs vs. j. C
tl( A. W. Morgsa v, D. II. Voung el li
rinn jifsthmal lisnk ol 2iii1nihIimsi v,
llsei.svm.-4. n. Mulkpy v,Lmil snd ,
iiiniliik M, II, Crowley vn, Uao, W, Myw
tsrstasT I-m. n. it. mewirr, juuos,
Aasnisanst.-T I). f,ii(, L, iwritleyi It
iinyu-r.r. K, llublmra. N. M, MelHtnlel,
aiM.ll.lJrVfy,T. W. E.UM, I!. A. IH-H.N,
M. Uraut, J, w, Kdicar.Niw. a i vwiwr, n,
l. WliUemaa, H, . (turrit. J. . olmnaIL
roaiMi,aa.a.t:.Hiriiiigva. Frank Klals,
liny vs. Wm, suit Mity Ulsgs K. J
W limklll vs. L, D. Imulol anil Hlvnrs A Co.i
T.U, Minim va. a, M, Martin l al, Dallaa
t'lly Hunk vs. D. K. (llliasn ami llei-lli D.
tllliaaiii A. It. FHlMsr, TIhmiius Taioiiii
. J, l. c anil . D. liiillpf v. K. V. Hlilnin
II. It. Fnlli-raoa va, Miiiina , tlallM'k and
A. M, llitllwkt Joalius Mol'anlel va, Tliua,
TaUua sort M. I Molililnt Saral, Mnlueray
va, U rii,,hleiifi and Wm, Almjltini J,
M. Ben i a vs. Ilnnrjr Kim.h huI lU"he
CosviSKAnoa.-H. Ily.y vs. II, lliillaeiij
, W.fsrr vs. A, I. riwiia t.t Th fiU
vealora Morlgng Hwiirlly (kw Minii, va,
J. liaeoa t sli John Kllla va, J. Jl. Frakwi rt
alt H'-nt.l Helmut Uuil Umiialwlmiers va.
J.J, Wllllntn st al I. F. Jlatier v. Drain
at , si si.
ur Vuh Divnaca.-jMuils lilw vs. II, (',
Die) Clam Dawwm v,t;ii, Dawin porlle
Cruw va. M. T. frowi Ntlll !i,iMttm va.
Imumi lfm.m,, i4iuia Orlun v. Jaeob
rTiTloS.-K. V, Dkkey ( al va. Waller
Dleksstnl, J. K. Townwad va. Miauls ;
)lnlinna h sli Henry li,ik an.l Msry 4.
lllaek va, llernle IVownmii ol al.
l II, UmtwnNtii v, M, r.and K. M. Wm1a
A. Shall. D, W, NhliluiK, John l.lm lial nl
vmlbs 1'hII Wtwlna Mmwfiu luring 'ui.
laiiy, aortmrailiiH. W, si, iliy pnatliig.
frvntu, Vouom va. K 3. UaMm Mil J, a,
Kniglil, Miliiire mwiisnlos' lfto.
Invmiors MurtjjogB Bwlirlly (omimny,
t,lniltml va. M. K, lVn'lvl,ft,ra,rtiir.
(!. W. Ikyl va. A. J. Luvvlsdy et al. anil U
Allea 4 Uwia vs. A, It, Jiilmaun. suit In
It, It. ('tiliKr va, J II laiiL
M M Kllla vs Felix U llraiii'li nnd J J I
FnrgniuHi, Sinwlwtir of lx4. I
Ales MU-bsIs nt at vaJaa Vlnl rsMir
4 C. I'arker, the Grand Matr of
tli Independence order of Odd Kllow,
ssystba totyh, pasmnl tbrough Lm
Creek Haturday on a Uur visiting Ibe
GO TO. -THE-
JllexandeF-Cooper Drag Co,
Tlio Mot Coimloto Stock
In the bity.
Llu'i Street, WephiH, km.
Flutterlnc. No Appetltt), Could
not 5lep, Wind on Stomacn.
"For lonsr time I had t terriblo
pain at my heart, which fluttered ftb
tnisit inccsauntly. I bad uo appetite
and could oot alecn. I would be
compelled to alt uo fn bed and belch
fa from my stomach until I thought
every miuuto wouia do my iaw
There was a feeling of oppression
about my heart, and I wan afraid to
draw a full breath. I could not sweep
a rmitn without resting. My huabaua
inauoca me to try
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
and am hannv to sav It ha cured me.
1 now have n snlendid amxalta and
sleep well Its effect was truly mar-
Mim. OASUr E. 8TABK, PotuvtU. Pa.
Dr. Mllt llert('ur Jaaold oa ft poalllr
tiaranuw Hint tho Unit boitla will iwrniUU
AlldruKKtautwillltstll, UiUlva for3. or
It win ipii, prxpam, oa ruei-ilil of prie
J Urn Dr. Ullu WioaJ U., tUkbart, lud.
"Hello there! Let me give
you a pointer where
you can get most
goods for your
It la at
are look Ug lor lUrguins now and
l'lfM iits fortlitHriemla. re umloiibttslly have
ono oi mm iimt Jincs o. CILLULOID GOODS ever brouifht to Indepotid'co.
and take your
Cash and Produce
to Smith & Co., the
Alwi it Aito line
HOOKS, XMASCAU1W, KOVELTIKS, O.VMtW, TOYS, Etc.
We oonlinily invito yu to Inspect our Holiday Display.
CLODFELTER Bros. Independence.
We You m Touchmg
A STUDY IN
J. M. VANDUYN'S
Reoenber that PMhSOi'l BROS.
Have a fine stock of Prepared
A Few Facts
w For Farmers:
Vanduyn can save you dollars.
Vanduyn's prices make your produce
return oldtime values.
Vanduyn can sell you what you need
in return for what you wish to sell,
and tnesc lacts,
ARE WORTH A MULTITUDE OF
Rcmcinhcr Vanduyn will sell you,
CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, UDIES'
DOUTY & LOCKE
GIVE US YOUR CASH
And we will
GIVE YOU OUR GOODS.
'Fttlroxehanfeln no roljU-rv".
If you trade with u you will
ft r A
f . piii ,1om to call itml mvnlm our Kplrmlid
$totk nf ymul.
J. 1 vMMI,
il II 111 MIlaMaMWWaMllllllll llll III III II IBHMMWMBHal
Inw utruek you brotulId, for we are giving
and we can't help It.
as long as
We are bound to continue
THESE TIMES LAST
We don't expect to make any money thl winter, but
you to eat and come out
' In the Spring.
Wtare Suat...... "
Go to Portland
Go to 'Frisco -
Go to Chicago
Go to Anywhere
- " VDU have 0 Our Prices
- - If you want to
- - VOU like to The Lowest
If you care to,
But go to KRAMER S to buy your Jewelry anil
Bring Your Friends
0 (I (lOo O O 00 0 01
i no w bit nis in muiy m iwtiipi t, pe(wiimi uml wrllioii ih)iuwU U) lmvc smnplp
"'i111'" " '' in ini'!m "i Hmi'.uHi.HDiiiiiy muy lnnrm MiommilvuM nhout
1lie"GrtrlnnHotofOiwm"l'oll(Ooiu)ty. NoiiwiIiiim wo rwlve pny hih! omettmi
not, but wb lire Intureatud In hnvinii doHli-ublo puraoiiH locnle In Oregon unrt Uwreibre
iiiiik wm uuiiroi onr i oar inii auimcrioarHi
Cut, out thlH oiiupon, tivke It to auy ineri'lmntiutvorUNliiK lu thla papprnnd Imve
IiIh Imino wrltltm In thoblnuk ami ws will mm tho Wkht Shir flmr (i) Ihmuor U any
luldi'iwd you tuny kIvo I''HKF
There is no House in Town
that can oqnal us in Stock,
Tiiere is noirbuso whor
I 'riow in v as liw i no i s,
Indorse tlila blnnk umlor ymip oll'r to nmu llio Wkmt Hidk Krw, ono month
to. AO (I reMH.
Tlila oopon will appear but onoe onvli month.
Honestly with all.
New & Fresh.
8ucoeaor U WIUxjx Baldwin Jb Co.