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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1895)
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7", 7 ii,7starGroccry-Oate, Bran, Shorts, Hay and Straw.
All kinds of Feed at. the Star Oiotuy L,
rcnusiiw TimasnAY vr isdkmi.mkni
0nct at bid mais tt.
, - - nrtimU(tolrillno.TlMrnft
he (butcvy viae. L,t ;wo otu,,. to t,.u m.
:--:-r;.v - , t: - ' '--"yiret, it MUMUhra ft mom)i.l.v of tho
ENTtRPRisE Publishing Co., Pubiuheri , ai,wrll-il,g i ti iu.mi utoiw
..AWMMiiwr o( the cminty i soootui, u
crimlnatos unlairly In favor of
,,ht published nt the county ut.
Tl.o sfcoml objoollon could easily be re
.....! l.vcxiH.nirina "newM'.'1" ,mb"
! IMiiHl t tl-o comity wal" .nscrtlu
1.50 PKB YKAR j ,.m..,,M1,H.r published 1.1 COUIt
-'-j,., ... .. in,, ii'mlni'v in this
THURSDAY, JAN. S4, l,,, toco,,trtt!i,o kinds of bu-i-
. - ; ' lPW wllWl legMaUon can oontio.. into
A cr.ik els of people talk glibly , ()u fow Ull , for thU rJllW,,
Tree eoiriapc they would also demand ; Ul0!K, Mlu latituUinui w ;x;iule, sum?
tlmt ft dollar's worth of silver be put in , ,,e,v,.11llHr 0f t!u. w .mi v an o puil
. the coin, eo that it would be intrti.Mcal- j u. -intins.
" , it. face. Tbero xvouM lie .
A V W .v
City : Feed : Stable.
HomifiM 1V llic day,
or mont t . Iran
Hiont ttiH-k lull in our
care will b well at
tondwl to. t'liar
t You cant
j live without
r- ST nil I
wiUntut luvrtit. 5
nothing in that kind of fre coinage for
.ilver baro., though .- amhill
It sccmi iniossible for the gold stan
Wetrust that tho 1K; county vUlog:-
tion will oi-pow eemii Ull Xo. tM unless
it be amemW so aa to guarantor cjual
Icounwtitory privileges to all the news-
dardiple to underhand the contcn-1 o( the several counties of the
tion of the advocates of silver co.nago.
It is a idstorical fact, within the mem
ory of men who are not yet old, that
yhen silver bad "an equal show" with
sold the bullion in the silver dollar was
t parity with the bnmon i.. b
Tuk Xew York Sun My a ther shou'.d
be an extra session of congress to annex
Hawaii and repeal the income tax. In
our iudtrineiil tho Sicawsua canal is of
dX'Iuwenty years of hostile legis- j n.ore importance to
: J.tion against the white metai hn
ducMi it simp'? aconnneroa.com
'tnodit'v. Will our contemporary deny
that similar legislation against gold
would not reduce that n.ctal to the level
of silver? Gold possesses no magical
propertiea l.ch are not equally the in
heritance of silver. The white metals
. ... .. .t.lrtn bv its
birthr.gtil naa uw
,ouner brother, gold, through the
piaghinations of class legislation, backed
and beVfed by the niqney sharks of
Tabard and Wall streets, What lioa
tjle lesislalion l.s destroyed can be
aguia restored through friendly legisla
lation. The advocites of silver favor a
return to the money standard which
.-: vaild in this country prior to 18,3.
The tawsot trade have rwluced the value
of silver bullion because its full money
function has been destroyed through
Wi,lation. and as a logical sequence
14 has"8ppredated 75 per "
...nre.1 bv all other yalues. If you
divide the money of a nation you double
its debt, and in establishing the single
goM standard the nations of the world
r increasing t indebtedness of the
V.qr'-I. - This is why bimetalliats oppose
i.'-inMn" ffold ataudard, but it seems
impossible for some people to understand
this simple economic law
count rv thau the annexation of Hawaii,
altuougli we consider both important,
und a correct solution of our financial
troubles is infinitely more imi-ortant
than whether a few millionaires shall
pay a small tas ou their incomes. If an
extra session of coiigrss can give finan
cial relief to the country by all means
convene it at once.
lfi GW ' TuU
Cured of Rheumatism by
C l. Ito'xl & Co., LoU, MM, i
hiVo Uiktfii clJil uv'.nes I li
lt 5!a3 Ciired h'9
TChcn th doctors cov.W do a no ood wtat-
Tl LET, i.gujm",
Main St., - lii.icdciuo.
P. K. Siiakkb, Prop.
. . -...1 Mrtaol
Hood's Pllla r0 ":ZL
la proportion mdarpearaiie.
g, -U tlio lKt liMt iat harnms
uml other sadillcry -"
U...... V Itmn ever 1 l.o oflerwl.
IHin tlmy fcclwry iia.tttelc when
you et lt l th, luuul imi! fr ll
UcitU'htl neatly ami
C ST., ISPKPKNPKNVK, OltKOON.
dollvi'red tit your
door every n.oi u-
Inn buy " "i
If You r Feet Fit J I. J I I;
Your hk.s, you'll U ab a to do
twl.t. mueh work, and tin tl
r.l,.r than If you are nagged and
f M"Vrn n STRONG. I
KKKLKV & HOY, Vv"'
to wear rerrecxiy nucu hww.
d Shoes j
It's Quite a Trick
HorM sUmrded by the win k or n.-mth.
i n n k r k n n r K- 1
StrfMWm TILK WORKS.
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W-nMouiiif ii tin- niM-...!.. ..- ,
.. ..r IniU lM-tlitrlAV o.n llll: l.uui
e ; w 5 io.layitI .; .: l..le;
. IVe,lo,. S.1 S,.,,k ... II . . . " !
Miss Sophia Goff.
HflMately nturticd from San
Francisco and Is prepared to
give her jwtroua the benctU
W. t. 0IID8 00., rrifi"-
.k .. . i.. . .. I !. .......,. I i.l.iit tun III'SK nti.l aruMlorl
. - .. M a lu miiiv iii'ii ' iiuir um-iiii nt
,,ow...1.y(.. All I.Milcr claim !. '!LMi ! !"f
. . . Id, f..r tho .li-nlmi.mtinK re.ol. r to Im Ucvo. All we ,1. U ... , J ;,
... . . . ...in. p. hi. i ,,rlif .
you t.M-mino our l.Mk, ami tom,..iro our .rlmi lt
tlsoho of oilier ilealera. I
Kw .l... " l.on l.n.o.l.i.Ml.l.. MV Nn. ...nvi .1
W. H. OEAVEN CC
of a new sytetn of
Cutting uml Fittlnar.
Cur. Itallrond and 1) SU.
i . srT Now Year's lVoohunntion.
I " V R I. l. 7.
... .....ill AtriiUtll'il
nil cmilniel taken. Allw..ra
' t artlikFtlll
,,,:s,)1!s,1,o11,,-..n-. ; liE;-- l
' baWb Maxweu., of Tillamook, has
introduced 'bill, should it bewme a
w: which will be a hard Llow to tl-.e
'broker and money lender, but it throws
the strong arm of legal protection around
,hn borrower. One section of the b.ll
Uida as follows : "It .hall be unlaw .u!
,; nsrson. persons or corporation,
either for themselves or as the agent for
moilier. to loan money to any person in
h Ltateof Oreeon at a greater rate of
Interest than that now prescribed by
law - and no contract, either expressed
or imolied. shall be entered into where
by, through means ftf'a. premium, bonus
or commission for loaning or procuring a
loan there shall be exacted, demanded
or received any sum in excess of the
'principal greater thau the leaal rate of
interest. The penalty provided in wis
till" fox a violation of this act U a
fine equal to the amount of principal
and interest involved, together with 50
'per cent of the principal, or by impri
sonment in the county jail one day for
each and every $2 of the fine so imposed,
pne-'half of the lines so hnpoecd and
collected are to go to the informer, and
fhe remainder into the treasury of the
county in which the crime was com
piitted, " Should the Tillamook senator
succeed in getting this bill upon the
statutes of the state, he will have done
a great service far the people of Oregon.
It is said that a man has the light to
rent his money to the highest bidder.
This may be true in a restricted sense,
but be has no moral right right to take
advantage of an other's extremity.
Even the money lender should have a
conscience, and if he has none the law
should create a substitute, and this is
what Senator Maxwell's bill doea.
Tim voung blooda of the house evi
dently feci the importance of their posi
tion, and thev should 1x3 pardoned
for Biving a, few extra turkey gobbler
struts down tha aisle and exploiting
their oratorical gabble during the first
week of the session. They will sober
down and do good work yet. There is
i.lenty of brains as well as an abundance
of youthful exuberance in the lower
Thi strike of the electric railway em-
ploves in Brooklyn is another evidence
of the deep seated unrest that exists
among the laboring classes in this coun
try. There should be some way to ob
viate these terrible outbursts of humau
passion, but the problem is as unread
able as the Sphinx.
Ik Obecon is to have a game warden
see to it that no member of the Portland
Rod and Uun Club is elected. Give us
rilain. sensible, every-day sort of a
man, but no city dude in high boots and
a short jacket.
Commencing Saturday Morning,
11 111V w wi iww
j fPHK peoj.lo cf I'.lk K.tti.ty nill
6 I lake tiftice t lint iluriiuf ill"
. vcar 1MH tlo HAN N Kit CASH
S (JltCCKUY ilijroiTMlii wild
S fiiu prweriea ami 1""' prin a.
? Thi yciir thry roHwt to put
5 ftill greater dUttun U Iwii n them-
I anlvfM nntl nil cmnprlitora. They
I will ai'll good" at la.llt.iu j-rifrf.
VANDUYN, VENESS & WILCOX,
V II a-" w i VANDUYN.)
(SUCCESSORS TO J. M. VANDUYN.)
w don't carcforthe cost of oos-Priccs must suit you!
THIS WEEK'S ANNOUNCEMENT Cur Ccsh prices.
Ir Representative Smith, of this
county, succeeds in getting the railroad
commission law repealed he will have
done a good service to the state.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World', Fair richest Medal and Diploma.
I Outing Flannels
g Kegular price 10c, mow -00i
Former price 7c,nov
i " 12-Ac, now
Ti-r.r. & '0 11DW 9'
luin.t'j , .
Coc, " -..-4
ifgulor priu how
. a - C zr-M IS
All Wool Challies Patterns g
ltogalar price 7.r0 ?J
CaHeOeS 20 yards f .r 11.00 $
iu.iigo r.iuos ... i ('(' ; J-JJJ iffy
Simpson'8 Fant Black 10 W
Red Heavy Twilled Flannels S
lingular pri.-e ;'0c "w 'fl
b 4',c now 32 jc
J. P. IRVINE,
R pew Pointers:
, . in w 5c
. now ll'to
Tired, Weak, Nervous
Could Not Sleep.
Prof L. D. Hi wards, of Prestoa,
Idaho, savs: '1 was all run down,
weak, nervous and irritable through
overwork. I suffered from brain fa
ttjnto, mental depression, etc. I be
came so weak and nervous that I
could not sleep. I wouid arise tired,
discouraged and blue. 1 began takiDg
Dr. Miles' Nervine
and now everything is changed 1
sieerj soundly, I feel bright, active
and ainbitious. I can do more in one
day now than I used to do in a week.
For this great good I pive Dr. SHles'
Eestorative 2 erviae the sole credit,
Dr. Miles Nervine Is soM on a positive
fruaranu.-e ibat the first bottle will benefit.
Ailtiruejsistssell it at II, bottles for o, or
It will be sent, preoaid, on receipt of Plce
by tiie lr. MUei iieuical Co-, KlKnart, Ind.
Sksat bill No. 66, introduced by Sen
ator McGinn, of Multnomah, is ostensi
bly in the interest of the tax payers and
litigantiof the state. The gist of the
bill is as follows : The county courts of
the several counties of the st .te are to
paper. pablUhed at the county seat for j TAXLORINGr.
ii.. ,4finff nt all lecal blanks used by i
bUD I .'.K. 'Q " -
the countV official and for the publfca- j
ii4 of all M and judical adverti-e-1
menu. If there arenone-spapers pub- P J .1,
lishod at the county aeat any newspaper HIIUC HliC Ul idlllJUCi u,
publiahed ia the county may be desig
nated, and here there is no newspaper
pubHehed in the county a newfpaicr
published in some adjoining county may
lie deignJied. Each sealed proposal
srrnmnanied with a bond of
always on haurt
T, LlYTOU JE2TKS,
M. Rccular price $1.50, now
I Black Sateens
Regular price $1.00, now
Ladies' Wool Hose
Titular urice 50c. now 30c
:55c, now zuc
25c, now 15c
i Children's Wool Hose
Regular price 20c, now iuc
" 25c, riw ,x'
" " 30c', "III. now 15c
Regular price 10c, now 5c
" 12c,... now Jc
5C now lOc
i5c now 7c
Mn's Woolen Underwear
i, -, T.icfo it0' ';K!
Fleece Lined, 1 .00
Men's Laundried Shirts
Regular price 1.50 now lc
. .. i.(K) now i!2c
n 75 . . . now 27c
.i ,5(j now '25c
Men's Coats and Vests
Regular price 15.00 :'
i i. 12.00 "(,w ''-"O
i. n now 4.00
a S.OO "oW
Youth's 5.25.' "ow
H.(;;5 now 4.00
12.50 now 5.50
All Clothing at 50 per cent reduction.
Cordi vans . . ..regular price M.00
AVK von t'ver (uis'uleml that
tho ai'titniiuKo of tho t'ta-
iioiit ry used by a buniiieH matt g
ban a git nt Ual to lo with tho f,
opinion formed of him by thune
"J" with whom ho oorreKponcU? 2j
You havedoubtless learned
long ago that
i IViwelhiff aKi,ni,
k tst, - - - f i
M l'm,lar r.rif-ft 25f, nOW 10SC
n Dress Goods in cords
& Regular price $1.15, now 7ac
M . 75c now 4iJc
on. now GOc
I All Wool Check Flannels
M 37 inches wide
P Regular price 50c, ...now 35c
. .now .t4.0()
..now 4 00
. . now 1 .03
. now 1 .58
Men's Heavy Shoca
Fine hand turned Kids,fortnerly $ ).(X)now!f3.(X)
Heavy Kid, standard
Ideal Heavy Calf
Misses' True Ulue School Shoes 1.1a
" Heavy Grain, formerly 1.35
. .. " 1-25
" Kid, round and square
tmn. regular price. . 1.50
, - . rm-
i. " l.5
u " 1.45
Kid Cloth Top , "
CHILDREN'S FINE 1.10 SKJOES
Watch this EPace for our ne announcement next week. A large stock of Spnng Goods wdl
be here la time ror niCTprnig n. y
Brains are used
To make a good job of printing.
So is con science. A job made
without ill and honesty m no
" gi od.
O Q Q
Has the bent oquippod oflico in
the ;ountv a id t-mplv8 the most
skillod ariiKtu. Its reputation for J
fine work h becoming rapidly
Remember that it Costs No More
To have your work lone here
than it doc to have it dono any
P The Enterprise also carries the
Pj best line of Legal Blanks
in Polk county.
0 ' .
jffil 1 hoy are correct in every partic-
f ular. Wo solicit a trial order.
($,0?0 and not more than !0,000, as Uie