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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1895)
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Tfl wont iucco-ful business men, nil , . , , ,r
, .mt ..,. . -
WHO luaieiousiy cmiwj -i- ,
. - t. . .. .. nu.ii.Linfl .u.li.xll.
a notion It at the test of experience ox -
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a. rule the pubU prefer trading with
Uw.mcwlumt who advertise his goods,
i h, shonkeoncr who di.1v. hi, wares
in print. While it ia important to
reach the greatest number, but it is also
Important to have your advertisement
bo worded and artistically displayed as
to catch tho reader's eye. It is the
reading of an advertisement that brings
trade to the merchant When a news
" iwper'a advertising columr.s are. made
readable and attractive, then, it pays
Jo advertise in that paper, Thp K,n.
lnnrnisK lias !Ken suceeastul in sacar
ing advertifcrs as nnieh through its
' attractively wonkvl and artistic dis
play ads as any other rtuson. All of its
fcaders c:refii!!y read its advertising
columns. The publishers of this paper
take siKeial pride in working for the
interests of their patron?. While we
do not wi.-h to unduly boast we do
ctiiin) to lea 1 the nswspaper field of
rplk county in the attractiveness of our
advertising colli inns, and to be second to
np iiewspaper in the state,
Tak'sq up with every new thinix that
Ctjtivq alqnji Qr ju:uping at every proixj
i"itiou that offers w not the mark of a
thuughttnl or discreet person. It is
nearly always better to take time to re
flect and investigate. It is safer to stick
(o tldngs whose merits have been established.-
It all depends whether "taking up
with every new thius that comes along
or jampiny at every now propo
sition that oilers" is the "mari:
of a thoughtful or discreet ier
eQ!i " , If tUs. "new thing" happens to
be a good deal fresbor, brighter, more
lijeful and desirable in every way than
some old thing that is standing in the
way of growth and progiess, then it is
the. "mark of a thoughtful porwn" to
"fake up" with the "new thing." Stiek
jng to "things whose merits have been
established' is a s.id and conservative
rule Qljseryed by discreet people gener
ally, but the people themselves are the
best judges as to whether the merits of
the thjng "lifive been established." To
stick to something because it is old, be
cause it is "established," is evidence of
i'mossbackism" rather than thoughtful
COiiicr vat isn, ,
Of course it i3 unfortunate for the
: fame of Japan that the old Tartar blood
should haye asserted itself at the storm
ing of Port Arthur. Ir fact tlje world
lias been ' expecting too much of the
Japanese. Their civilization is, too re
cent to pass unscathed through the ter
rible ordeal of war with a brutal and
barbarian foe. Only a thin veneering of
Pftme twenty-fiye years schooling in the
science and moral tenets of modern civ
ilization separates t)0 Japanese people
Jrora the semi-barbarous state of their
forefathers. Japan has not and will
not relapse into barbarism. The gov
ernment of Japan is in quick touch with
the humane sympathies of the modprn
world . The fact that a strict investiga
tion is to be made into the Port Arthur
massacre is evidence that Japan is rid
ing upon the topmost wave of progress.
With this, oof first issue in 1805, we
vish our readers :d patrons a happy
New Year. AH the signs of the times
" indicate that an era of prosperity will
again dawn upon the people during the
-pneuing year. Business is assuming a
healthier tone, tho people are more
hopeful and the great affluent tide of
"bard times'' is receding from our
shores. The song birds of health and
courage aud confidence again fiil the
busy; world with the. melody of their
nitride. .The business world again feels
that it ia treading on solid ground and
hoe has triumphed over fear. Better
tiiney 4 re ooming. :
Tim Christmas number of the San
Francisco Examiner was a brilliant suct
cess, a bright, racy and rare issue. It
scintillated with the sparkling chain-
the rnilk of woman g fcyuipatby
U mm Av l.v aniM fift' r-i;. n
r - - hi , i
(ornhi'ii brightest wouieii. and the : But, as Brother Wash says that be has
precocious progeny of their Lntin will''no grievance," we do not care to lie
compare more than favorably with the icaptiotis id our remarks.
Christmas issue of any uewsaiier in J -he
t'nite.1 States. The experiment j Wwlk we have no pympatliv wilh
Was nun t tuipg out of the usual order '
aud -it was as wcetssliil as it was
Tins fatal eiulins the Chrilnia
festival at Silver I.uke, lit Southeastern
Oregon, wRnu l o "1 tcrrlblw
catastrtihe" that tver befell any com
munity. Tho horrible- holoatuxt has
cast a 111 of -,oom ovw 11,0 ,'"t"V
southern part of tho slate, for the
victim of the fire (lend won) connected
either through relationship or personal
g.MUHiutn'u-O' with almost ''very com-
. ... .i . ..... 11... ri.UKi.
j mutiny oi rouuuTii vrv.-p.i. -
'of the distor, tho explosion of tt lump.
f !. .... ib ....m
menus oi exit, mv " -
!traiH,,lea.lorf.K n-.d Iwt t ceris!.
.' I iwiv-two
,u,r., vio lutnie. to a eri.
n ml mi
, 11 ,,rl ,
, hen the es -re.so of a lit dv pit . n.-e oi
... 1 lit .td f till.
mind mitflit nave savru mc -
terrible a calaniiiy never befvll ''
community in Oregon before.
Ir is tot the parpx-e of this paper to
unduly ciilicisj Governor IVnnoyer for
hislathcr five u of the pard-mitm
power which is vestil in him by virtu,
of Ids office, but the turning loose of the
homicide W. W. Saunders toagah. pre
upon society, although it be Texas
society, is inexcusable and utterly un
warranted under the circumstances.
Saunders was serving a life s.'nt-'-eo for
murder in the s vend do.'roe, an 1 it was
only through all ki ids of legd trick
and jugglery that his neck was K'.ved
from the hangman's noose. The killin;;
of Campbell is ttill hesh ia the minds
of the people io.x'gou, a.id thew were
no extenuating circumstances connected
with the murder. It was cruel, wan
ton and premeditated murder, inspired
by jealousy, tho basest of passions. Th?
safety and sacrediiess of human life de
mands that such men s Wirt Saun
ders should be kept behind prison bars.
t., nl n f.nrther.i bliziard has
swept arrosa tho Florida poninstila and
destroyed a largs part of tho vegetable
cron and citrous fruits. It ia estimated
io tho loss wiil reach into millions of
dollars, and that it will take the country
several years to recover fro:n tlu dam
age done to its orange, lemon and pine
apple orchards. The people of Western
Oregon are fortunate in being free from
any climatic disasters to tiieir crops.and
while our winters may be rather moist
at times, th3 terrific cyclone and tli'J
blighting blizzard never visits this
favored region. Our people have much
to hi thankful for in the way of a mild
and equable cti.n.it:. A tin Orego
nian says, "Oregm ir.-vcr has claimed,
never will claim the aathorsaip of
'Beautiful Snow.' "
Wk learn from tho Oregonian that
one of the Vanderbilts has imported a
voracious species of the East India
weasel into this country for the purpose
of destroying roJents and other vermin
that infest his Xorth Carolina farm.
This vivacious and prolific niongoosa is
said to propagite its kind three times a
year, and each time the accommodating
spouse yields a litter of twelve. This
voracious weasel devours all kinds of
birds, domestic fowls, and when pressed
by hunger will fscdon young vegetables.
It has become a terrible pest in Jamacin
where it was first introduced to destioy
field mice and rats. The Oregonian
very sensibly suggest.'! that "a shotgun
quarantine should be instituted around j
the Vanderbilt estate in Xorth Caro
It is quite amusing to see that bril
liant independent organ, the Portland
Daily Sun, repeatedly quoting the Polk
County Itemize as a republican sheet.
Is it possible our esteemed contemporary
down at the metropolis has a purpose in
so doing, or is it unable to recngnize
birds of its own feather? And there is
another explanation that occurs to our
mind. Probably Brother Wash strains
the gray matter of bis brain so bard to
sustain an independent attitude in poli
tics that lie is unconsciously warped to
the opposite side of his well known per
sonal convictions . This peculiar trait
of the mind is one of the inexplicable
puzzles of psychology. -
Euotiieu V.'asii, of the Iteinizer, very
sauvely remarks: "Maybe the teach
ers' institute acted wisely and niayhe
they did not in making the Extkici'uise
their sole official organ." We presume i
that if the "teachers' institute" had se
lected the Itemizer as their official organ
they would have "acted wisely," for our
j amiable neighbor very t-ointedly tells
jthein, "if you want to get your matter
before the greatest number of readers of
. - : :.. .. . ,. .... r i
oir cuuiuy, iv iiiuMuiu nit; iiciijizcr.
Senator Dolj,li on the money and !maj.e
several other fpiettions, and should like :
to se.j li.-ri succeeded by some sound
16 Boilsjit Once
Hood' 8arnparlll Purlfl th
Blood and Rxntorot Hltr.
Ur. F H. Stomn
Wthnot, 8. Dak.
"ft I. ITood Co., Lowell, Miw.i
About four years p my wtto troubled
wttJi salt rliouia. Aluiotigh w trleU n;rly
evorvthtiur H Ip't worn ttwteail ol hotter m
m'r lH.fl. ol hor l.nu.U o Hint l-''';
SvJIr U'- Kliuilly sUifl fominen. ' J to
u" lf.vi' 8ar.iirtlla ittl Iimi !" h-"' nJl
twobottlM tier ti ni. .1 wer cnliroly lirll i.l
isai, uiy neck was covered witn botu oi a
Thoro wcro sUU-ca tf them r.t oae wid m ooit
M they Ii-aba ot'u-n v.vcl .S break out !y
"ci imally lev:a:-.o cJV.-;e.l wall rl.lei nd
soars. I t.Vn cotumenced taking IIood' Sarsa
parllta, ttu l fter taking four bottles the bolli
h-i.tnll K""I'.t nn.tUios.'arslmve ilisippesre't.
U &nVll IKHKt j. Nrlri!" -."i "w
f-rla-! from nv dtsonter of tlie hlwnt. h. .
Stowell, Wilmot. Smith Pakota.
H0CdTpill3 act twlly. yet .roint.uy ad
efUoieuUy, oa Ue lit aud bowel. W.
bimetal!.- republican, btit.in ouropinion,
he will 1 his own successor. The
political stars long ago conspired in his
favor. That complicated little iiuestion
was settled on the idea of last June, but
the dear people, tho over-contidintr peo
ple didn't know it. They M ill find out
how the thing is poirs very
Along with tho bo.-ean Miistsi i noss. that w what ths l.NrKKii.ih
from the north comes the wail of lis here fr, hut tho newspaper
hunger and suffering from the ; owes much to its pntronn and tlu-ir
driH!"ht KtricLe.i and blizzard I eucces iniipt ho nnid.) u ncsplern
swept plains of western Nebraska, j turn. The publisher. of this paper
While th-.'se unfortunate jroj-lc live f.el very grateful to tlnir many
far from the borders of our pros friends and patrons f.r pint favors,
porous and b .uniiful btiilc. t lms- ' and sincerely t rust thai they niav
fertile priiries are never fi.iling in J continue worthy of their esteem and
their crops, yet they are within j patronage.
easy reach oi our eympainc uc ant.
ills pre nmiam.. ......... ...v
ing for a common wealth that i fa
vored py the greatest and best t(
nature's gifts, an equable climate,
a productive soil and never faiiintr
crops, to J morally respond to inr
calls fir aid that come from a peo-j
p'.o- who have been dcspoih-U of ,
every means of physical sustenance!
by the blighting drought, the mer- j
cile33 cold and tho herce blizzard. ;
S-ich an anneal U mad-.' not only
to the people of Oregon, hut to
every prosperous commonwealth by
the suffering poor of Western Xc-
hr.asir:!. The tain of hunrrcr and '
destitution, as told by actual eye I
witnesses, is pathc.ic in the ex
treme. We quote one terse, hriel J
letter from among a number that
have come under our observation.
.ir. j. it. ivariies, wr.iint; inun
Shelton, Neb., says: "I cannot see
how the majority of the people of
this neighborhood are toget through
tin's winter, with starvation (daring
them in the face. This is to be
their fute unless there is aid sunt
from some E-.urce." The citizens
ofLaGrand, Or., and other points
of the Btate arc taking practical
etep3 to send relief to these suffer
ers, auranu win senu a car toau
each of grain, Horn" and vegetables.
Why cannot tho well-to-do citi
zens of Independence and vicinity
donate a car load of flour from this
community's superabundant sup
ply? It will, indeed, bo as bread
cast upon the water?. The gift
would be one of double beneficence.
It would be giving relict to the month cornet band was corning
starving and also inspire the donors I along the street, so the story runs,
with the satisfaction of having: and the old horse hearing the nw
done a grandly righteous act. Let , ful din behind him started 011 a
our leading business men call a i furious run down the street. All
meeting and Bee what can he done j at once the horse stopped, looked
in the matter. Now is the time to I around and recognizing "the hoys,
THE EECOED BROKEN.
This Week's Enterprise Lays All Its
Competitors ia the Shade
This week's issue of tho Extek-
pkisk makes a most remarkable
showing in its advertising columns,
considering that this is our first
issue after the holidays, when
business is usually dull. Out of
some seventy-two professional and
business representatives in this
city, we have sixty-four represent
ed in our advertising columns,
either in locals or display ads.
And had wc time to have seen the
others we probably could have
secured their advertisement.
shall call on them in the near
future and see what can be done
in the premises. We believe that
no newspaper of Polk county ever
made so creditable a showing be
fore, and we seriously oueslion if
an - v PaPer n the state lias W per
cent oi the business i t the
where it it published represented
in its columns.
The E.vteupuise has been able
to make its present showing be
cause it always endeavors to do the
most possible for its p-itrons. It
spares neither time nor labor to
its advertising columns
readable attractive and "catchin" "
The shrewd busfliess . man sxn
The Prince of
In Hivakinjs f the writmpt ot le kuuh,
hown by ustrulojiv, fays:
WHAT IS EVERLASTINGLY WRIT
SHALL BE EVERLASTINGLY READ.
We ato d.'trni.itml Hint our reputation for lmiul
ii.K the Un.t of Kootk Ht iling tu tu for t h by t
money luWiluY, and that wo wll wry rtu-l lor
Li whLt it i n prem'nUHl to Ihv .1.. I oy,r . t
lusty writ on tlie mii ' vt-rv I'ltiwit in lolk
county, ivtui tlmt ly punlianing at
Patterson's Shoe Store
You will uvo money, ami at th, s,n titi.n pet the
latest styles find imwt oonifortablo fotdwear m tho
C 9 t
II iivc y
PROF.WINGREH'S ELECTRIC INSOLE
tmtoU.i.W-- la.t MUIu.li.
W. II. PATTERSON.
learns whether a ivwpapi r itiun-
"i.wmpnt is trvi:g tn luake lus
1, .ri only drum-
nihi" hi patronage ''for tha imnif,y
there in it-" Of ocur.so uueoess
! U the iri:i;iiry object of any uiih
()n yi,ft.s (ay of
lina.....s houses in tll'd CltV
Mr. Charles D.ltipFey, of fa
1cm. is visiting at her hrotherV,
- ..r i.
Jerome jJornsue, m uns
AU t,)t, B.xnum ; town reiK-ivcd
t!l,ir j;0tll.si, u, (iist of the year,
lTKl,r ,,w ordinance they" pay
?I0;J e.lch or (,,lartcr.
Mrs. M. 11. wravca, oi tins nij,
will vbit Salem today (Thursday)
to Fprnd a few days with her
daughter', Mr.. F. (!. Kerlson and
F. F. i'ost.
The Valley Times, Hucccor to
tl LaFayctto Lodger, is on our
t.,h!e. It is a bright, newsy local
shect, r.-puhlican in politics, but
cari'HJ and courteous
Rev. E. G.. Michael, of Island
City, an old time wheel horse of
the M. E. church South, was visit
ing his daughter, Mis. W. W.
Lines, of this city, last week.
W. A. Morehead, ot Monmouth,
has a very intelligent horse, which
he drives to his delivery wagon.
Some amusing stories are told of
the animal. The horse is never
"hitched" when wailing at tho
store for goods, and when ha feels
chilled and wants to limber up, he
will go tne rounns 01 .nr. .wore
head's patrons, stopping a moment
at each house and then return to
the store. When the noon hour
comes ho quitely walks around to
the stable. One day tho Mon-
turned around and came back to
SENT IN A LETTER.
For hoursslie fcftt
benentli ln.-r hn
But not nlu;:le ..
Upon tliat pac
!tb paper rprcad
as If to write,
.,t tite'd mlil
1 i.uri-Bt white.
An ea-y t&?, It
Willi Bcliool-ziri ..-toqaenn to gilnh:
Then wherefore uc the pen not Rtlr?
And why this most Attractive blualif
Had common friendship tirfed Uf.-r pen.
Swift on i errand, I'll eni;a?e.
The littlo -;rl!Jj had traveleil men.
And covered over many a pae.
But. nh! It ii no easy teak
For this dear maiden to Indite
A letter and herheart unmask
When 'tia a lover bids her wrltel
A sentence may to much convey!
One woid a volume may express ,
To those who read it far away.
And make the meaning more or least
And so she lii.t-emo'er ihe puKC
On which. In words of llvinir light,
Iier heart has written to assuage
Its pain her taak to expedite.
fiha bluhe ns she reads the lines.
And- modest niaiilen seems to think
At she at lual her pen re iltfiis.
That tliey are writ rltU common Ink.
And on the paue, elill pure and white.
Blic jtresees one Iouk, lintp riiix klsn.
And truiita that he who bade her write
The letter will not read amiss.
Be break the seal with eafrcr haste.
"What! Not one word? Ob, yes, I aeel
This that api-ars a barren waste
Betrays my darling's love for me I
When tongrue or I ten their aid refuse
The heart is then most eloquent
So. love, your letter I peruse.
And take the a-1 ewes that yDa-sent,"
Josephine I'oliard In New York LedKer.
Dr. Price's Cream Baklnz Powder
WorU'tFairHlk-bcst Medalaiut DiplosBa.
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tCfXnWorlliof ntln tliii it
vpDUi,, hud by n.orlnn '"'
,M.lr l I . I lr, trie ol. ., nml
!.-. tt.. i.iy 50 CbNTS
The hei.lthlet, niol ituriihle
t.nil mul (-.iii.f.irtnl."" Iiivilo 'er
mini.'. Kvoiohie th.in. Il tl'
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f.SPORT OF THt CONDITION
At Independence, in the Htitto of On
gju, nt the clow ol bitiiuefS
PiccmUr 1!. IMM.
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t.,.r !rt,fl. ..-.-ut-l n.l UM urrHl
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lu fi vni. It- lirttlk. :i'l lt..liKfr .
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V.l.-. ... Ol'HT Nt.-.Kl ItAiik.
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.-uiiuiy f Colk. i
l.W. 1-. .'.mm... ay, l'ihtr "f lht al'iv f.mnl
tta:ik, l't H.ilrmi.ly .M.-tir ittf.1 thr abu.r tt.l.-tili-it
1. Iruc to IllP b.'.l of fltv know Ir.iKt- anil IM-Urf.
W. I". I UN.N A W A V. l unllli-r.
H-.tbk(-rlt.l anil .u-nru tu u.-ritrn mn Oil. Xlt.1 day
of p.-. . mhr, l' l. A. M. Ilinim,
l oliKkc-l -Alt".!: Nolary l-ublk-.
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A. V ki ftttl .
p. W. MRAiia, )
l-'iillon lug nr.- Hi.- iipp..liitiiH-iili or M. K
t-liiit-i-li aotit 11 o IiMi.p-"iil.ti-- .--mill; I.011I.
III.-. Il siiniliiv ui ll u. 111.; Inilf. nit-iir.
L'l .suitilav, iiiitrtihiut ut 11 it. 111., c i-ltlliii lit "
p. 111.; i 1 .ili-.-, ."Ill MiinkHy nt II i" 111 , 1 ..in In
vine- nt 7 p, nt.; Pli t-imilay, I111I1 in iui.-ii.
nioriiliiK unit cvi-iilii.
.1. M Tl IlNI-.It. rtxi.,r.
The Aerr Mm
who suffers from hcailachesand 1 i 1
iousiirss needs a medicine to keep
his Btomach and liver in goml work
ing order. For mch people ltiians
Talmles fill the bill. One tabuh
The Pininb l an nnfnllln Inil.-x
rf t nu-u.er. 'J in- r'i'inte 'i j pe in.
(Dixfn a 'r. ti wi.i. fteat n.eii-y
ait'i llriiiiie-. t lo-cly nltlcil ir tho
hrutiiiuii-l Tyjie, ihe ilii.r.iliof tho.e
cl Mhaiirel Mm. and liii.ln.sa
aaillty. Iloih i.f llirre typo l li.iij
t'l ihv. bn.y man or womnn; anil
'cu:utel.'ti l-'anilly Mnt-alui! oe-,ir-.
c-p-(:ti.lly for and. ptir.oiia
v. holo M.lunie "f new lileaa. ron.
1I.-111- d In a .mall rpare, n b"t Hie
r rorii of llio whole world work
fo. a a-'nali rimy l-c rend In lia:f nn
tior.r. Tho C'olilral 'i c iliil'ert.-s
j' r.ocmi-iit, eiiliiin-. and a Im-u of
ruifc.i-. (nit trv, ami fii'llon. A w rnoa
v ll h tlt. te of tiuinih will ilmr.
out'liiv enjoy lie lllemry atlrne lions
of ileinore.l'B Mt;i;ttziiie. 'ilic Ar
tl.tic Ti'e inillrtiti-a a love of
luauljf mid art, which will (Inil rare
j'lcaftm- In the nia-iilllcefit .tll-pleU
nre. of roea, 104 '41 lnrltri, r.-iri
.lined from the miyliial iaiiilln.' I.y
lie IxjUKpre. the moat ei-U-lirnti-d of
living I'-itwer-palnter., whiili will
he given to evtry mli.rrtli.-r to
lli-nioreet's Mayarlue for IMiN. The
col of tuts sup. rb work ol art was
t.ftO.iiO: and Hie trpr.Kitirilon
eann.a be fll.tinttuWIied from the
origins). Ite.lile. lliia, an exuul.lle
oil or waler-eolor picture I. pub.
li.hcd In each number of the Mnira
r.lne, and the articles sre .o pro.
full. Slid miperhly illu.lrsled that
the llat-uzlne ia, in reallly, s port
folio of art worka of the hlxhe.t
order. The IlilloaoililcTyii I. Ihe
tliiii.il of the thinker and Inventor
of Idc-.e, who will lie deeply Inter
ested In those develojted monthly
lu Ilelnon-at's M.nline. In every
one of Ite tinmerou. deitarinienta,
which cover the entire srtl.tic ana
Fcientlltr. Held. hrnnicllliB every
flirt, fancy, and fail of tho day.
Iiemoreai's l imply a He'f"t
'nniily Mairnrtne, and was lonj a-o
crowned tueep ol the Mmillillea.
Send In your aubarription; it will
cot only HOn. and yon will have
a liti!.-n klairazinee In one. Address
W. JaKKlK.i.Ursi.ninT, lubh.ber,
15 rUi-t Hlh Hlreet, New York.
Though not a fafblon magazine. Its
perfecl fa-hion pa?e.and iiaartlrlea
on family and d.tnieatic matlera. will
be of .iiperlntlvc Intereat to thoae
tKMi-.loK the Feminine Type of
Thumb, which In.. kale. In lis .mall
aire. elelid.-nea, K.fl nail, and
smooth, ronndrd tip, thoee trait
which belnnl i-.itlally to the
rentier set. every one of wnoin should suberrlbr te
, Ileinoreal'aMajrailoe. If yo sre Bnacqiiainled with
.ta merit., aend for a icimea cp (free), and
' yoa w.11 admit that eeeinx Uitm Till Mils baa pal
! ou In ihe way erf eevinf money by iading
j Matrarine ewrythlng to aalltfy the literary want, oi
tho whole family. j
Give U s
and wo will save you
We don't want your iar
all your dollar. We can
tlnio to durpriHi) yon, and
BUY GOODS FROM US
-ynTT WILT r
bw'ituso you have not lwiiy traded with un.
f, SMALL PROFIT!
nythiujf to ph-axe our puMouier. $
DOUTY & LOCKE, Grocers'
It's Quite a Trick
V 'l i write 11 convinciilg ad vt'rti iiient ahout hariietw and addlr
11 now-a-dayi. All dealers claim much, and moot of th. m W
j ' much for the tllsciiminnliiiH read-r to believe. All we do i to tf
I: and g.t y..u to t xamioo our flock, and compiiro our k t
j i those of 'oilier dealers. I
"Tt '"" "i.-.'.r ii I.. ...It u hen vnii Imvtf
we are selling as good goods
anyo'.hcr dealer in tlrcg.ni.
Now Year's Proclamation.
m anmA l i
I rpilK people cf
5 I take notice
War ls'.M the HAN NICK CASH
(iUCCKUV !d the procession with
fine groccrii and low priced.
This year they propose to put ft
still greater rfiMatice ltween them
selv and all coinpetilom. Tlu-y
will sell goods at Uittmu prices.
When Dollars are hard to ge;
It 1m hooves v rvbo.lv to studv value and ;
priced u turn llivtultng even rumii euiim m ,
Ilaveyou lxH'U buying curulossly,
s If fo, or if not co, you should call and m-e
that large stock at "Vanduyn's. Tho brut
art of it is tho :
XjOw Price for Oexoln.
NEW STORE! NEW
E ;.ikv A-
Main St., Opposite Vaiidiivn's
lDKrKN'DKNCE, - OKKOON.
1 X I ) K I'EN I ) K X C E
Dray & Truck Co.
Draying of all kinds in and
out of tho city will receive
prompt mid careful atten
tion if entrusted to
A. W. Docksteader,
(HucTpaor to (iuia.HtHuta)
Our prices are the lowest.
IN DEPEXDKNCE, - OKKOON
OREGON PACIFIC ItAILliOAD COMPANY.
CIIAS. CLARK, Ktcciver
Connectlnii with Kleniner "HOMKIt" Imw
Yiilim nnd Hnn Franriatxt,
Htramrr leaves Kan Krunrtaoo;
Miin-li i, , 2tli,
Klenmer leaves Ya.iiiua:
Miirt h , 111, 2ith.
Itlnhta rent rved to elinnne Balling diitea
w-ltliollt not lee.
For fn-lKbt or pi.Kieni,-er rate, apply in any
(.'HAH I'l.AltK. lieeelver,
J.II vulIU, tlregon
Chna Hendry, Hon A f'o ,
Now t to Market Hi-,
Han KrHiiolM-o, i'ullf.
O? ALL KINDS I
KllK HAl.K AT THI.f OFKJt K tj
Y our Jiar.
nil winter, tmr do wo want
tell you enough in ft Miort
done this. Wo are convinced tt
for its little money, a you can g"t fm
Investigate thU matter and saf
awaif w ''"
I'olk county will
that durinjt the
GOODS! NEW PRICES
If you want to purcha
...... I.1...I t (.r.iittir
MattresseM, Window shad
Curtain wl n, OHico deski
etc., be ure and see us. I-
We cll them Clirapr
th n ever U-foie offcrtd ii
g aiUpholsterlng nod B.
pairing a HjM-cialty. ,
are of use er
line IT n line, "hi"'
irliy of coMM
lion, water al
other, la ."!
Ura iHnira fr i
.r," a. lo2
trio battery la
with Ihe MerrsW.
the .Wiwe alt"
We also mauui&etnre, a. our works la mi
A NOVELTY I J
"Ua only (mi t'nt 'ueeon.umln ordinary lfe--J
r "....! . ,i, ma.. In vtmurka. There la no j--i.li.ai
ii... . f ...at oil. Insurance pe"''r"
Haiu, r.-ml fi.r.u.l.jue,ririlai.e i
l- Horary and Marine Engine l
ia. t s.tat at., Han raaawssoe. j
de nda very largely on the l'T?
can condition, Sluggish blood doil'
the brain. A Ripanr TabuUfeuf
meals will clear -wy he fojf
short order. '