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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1895)
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"Not a bit! You won't come to har.iu 1
Ml oo you through and givo you money
"I'll have to go you. Y.'br.t am I to ,
"ChanffO clothe with roc!", j
Tho tramp was stasjerc J nt thl9 311.7- t
.,.:., I,i iv,iisriitivl. ihoirrlt ll'l !
yrauvui " - . , i '
vainly trlod to go Lawron.ro O uuioM i
"Tho only troublo Is," said T.av. rcnco,
'I 4.,n't know wht-ro wo can iIj t hi:.''
'Well, I do," replied hi coBUvv.ili.ri,
... l ,.-. foi-iliu lih lwl tho v.av U v. il-
. ...ii.... - ..nl .llmniv hlllilird aboul
IlHUIUlTi " . ,1,-1,
a rod huokwarvU ami gov .i'iu.. .
Vonng i.ian."ooiUlnuo.l Uwwiie .
ping lorwarJ. aomt-w ht exoitod at th;t
encounter and tho ilroniw! of it, 1
know nothing whawvor about crop. Mi
what low mortar. I hoW ait) n.y con
cern and tf no lnur.v.t to tho puUuv
To be continued
.Uiiti.me.l7y the IS.Ik iVinity T.n. -Iier'a A-,M-luil..Ti.uiia1vulrd
lo lh ndv.uHvm.-ul
ol till' I'Ubll." HotuM.la.
KUl t KH 11Y 1'HOK. T. A. 1I.W1V,
All rt.im.imil.ll..i rvlulliiit !',,1 T
,Kt l. .).lrv.-.l to I'"' -.luor.i ""'"
! r.v mitiest Trof. I Long fur
ni.lal ia with a pood nrtiilr for tl
And lU-iue h:il said t!ir.t ho liv.nl in
liulTuh). Y.V. ho docohinj 1:1-5.
Mrs. l:o-v;-rj, too? It v.- all very
. .1 1 . . I.ilrt TIKI
ortcd rookery where thoy nin-nhly ox-j aullon tJ ioarn tho tramp's roal
changed rarra. nts. Jlr. Unmet pui m , j., ,,aJ hc R
tho rajs aram wuu toiuo iv.um m
was confident in tho success of 1:H j
(Cbeme, and that nerved him. ;
When th-y stepped out aain into
tho struct ho asked tho trarcp where he j
had gono when he first tools tho clotU-i j
froKi tlio Adunm Hotel.
ney into the nl;tht Mr. Prune U H a wild
exultation, lie vats car:;;!;.? fir.i tho
scenes of the utmo.it r.iLery he ta liver
-nrioniinl. find llO VH IWi-V.t t. SOO
trant-'a story about UJ r.i.-.vv'r.T? ; j ceivo . wntnbution from otliei
SSr I that .11 arc plel hr1,. in Hu-
dli." lie said. "I played In preal
luck, and Ml ho c'.l right if you r-t wo
out of t!iis a.Tair with a litdo r.ioney i-.i
hasJ. You sec. I prar.eeJ r.ro:r.d taws
for tho day, and tho nest .lay I fell in
with an old sweetheart or mine. She
i . , i:..n in r.iitT.ilo. :id i:he wr.s
poor cnou.-rh then, but it cecins that
sho went throiisrh a
mock marriatro that after-ards turned
out to bo binding."
Tho tramp paused and laughed glec
fullv. "Yes, ycB." exclaimed Xi. Drane,
eagerly. "W'hat then?"
"Yhy. yoa see, '.ho fellow sho marrie.1
ns thundering rich, and ho went off
nd got killed just after tho ceremony
FIFTY DOIXAH3 HKWJUID.
nil loft all his money to her.
haw! haw! And then, you fcnow, i toia ,
her that I bad got rich, toe. 1 mauo a
jjood blufl at it with your Lioney and
your clothes and she believed me. So
we cot marriod that very d;iy."
You married her?" g-wpod Lawrence. tn.oon tll clerk and tho shrewd youDg
'Yep. Married her as fast and hard &M for njany months, ar.d it U
probably so serving still. There ir, notU
in? Uko having a witty retort that is
lJU . J . " r
. . i . , T. ...... A
name? Had he gone ana marricu uw.v
under tho name of Pranc?
Lawrenoc 8hlver.I until ho recalled
th;.t tho tramp had known IWssio in
childhood and therefore- could not p:is3
himaclf to her under a false name. This
was some comfort, but as hc pulled on
over tho situation ho b. ?an to doul t
whether hc had dono wisely in runnln:'
.-.way f.-om his Kansas City friends who
hudcomo to Sew York to Cnd hi.j.
Undoubtedly, however, thoy would have
declared that tho story of bis advent
ures was tho figment of a disordered
So, with perplexities and doubts his
exultation gavo way to n.ixicty, and
even tho prospectof seeing llcsuio r.ain
failed to relievo his mind of trouble.
It was long past midnight when ho
reached Sow Haven. A cab took him
to tho lk-aver House, where hc was de
nied admission because all rooms were
taken. Leaving an application for the
first vacancy, ho found accommodations
elsewhere, a sleepy watchman, grum
bling immoderately, showing him to a
tinv chamber on the top floor. When
hc camo down-stairs in tho morning to
pay his bill tho clerk politely requested
him to register, a formality that had
been neglected. Certainly ho would
comply, and with a dotcrmination,
formed in a flash, to sail under true col
ors, ho wrote his narno and a.ldress with
a bold, legiblo hand. Then ho stood be
fore tho window, apparently garing idly
into tho street, really absorbed in form
ulating a plan of action. Just as Mr.
Drsno was registering a shrewd-looking
young man Vith a note-book in one hand
and a pencil in the other entered tho of
fice. Ho waited until Lawrenco had
withdrawn from tho counter and then
began industriously to copy tho names
and addresses from tho big book. Tho
clerk greeted him jocularly:
'Well, Jimmy, what's tho news to
day?" 'Read tho Evening Dispatch and And
out," was the smart reply.
This brilliant repartee had dor.0 serv-
ir-n fnr nnfMliniT mO COHV.TIMUU1I iw
jup to New Havon and tho ceremony was
performed thcro. As soon r.3 it was
over I left her thcro to come down to
New York, pretending I had business.
.So I had. I intended to work a lino
racket on your money, you kn-j'.v, tel
OTsph to Kansas City for some more,
but you spoiled that My rich wiCo is
waiting for me, I suppose, in tho Ucr.vcr
Jlottl whero I left her. You just put
mo in tho way of getting to Kew Haven
pnd Ml ho hunk and don't you forget
Lawrenco ' was overwhelmed with
mazoment. He felt rather than saw
tho inconsistencies of tho story, but it
was circumstantial onough to alarm him
terribly. What! hia licsaio, so good
and puro, marry this follow so suddenly,
And yet remain in 'ew York, go to
court with Mrs. Uowers it was impos
sible on tho face of it. And yet Ho
would have pursued tho inquiry further,
but that ho feared to arouse tho tramp's
suspicions. So thoy walked on talking
of other things until they camo to Jon
"Now I'm froing to work a lig echemo
ero," said Mr Drano. "You just keep
"your head and don't got frightened a bit
and remember that whatever happens
Ml take caro of you. I'm ri jh enough,
as vou know."
':i;iazo away, cully, I'm wid yo," re
sponded tho tramp.
Mr. Drano rang tho bell. Tho door
wa3 opened at once by an 'attendant
.whom Lawrenco had not seen before.
" .''Tell Mr. Jenkins a friend would like
to seo him," said Lawrence, winking
mysteriously at tho attendant. Tho
wink was understood, ar.d both men
jwero admitted. Tho door once closed,
Mr. Drano whispered excitedly to the
'It's Lawrenco Dranc! you'd bettor
crb him, 'causo ho'a very violent at
"Tho attendant struck a bell and in
stantly two other men camo into tho
hall, seized tho tramp, bound his arms
to his sides with a ropo and hurried
him to a back room. Ho protested
vigorouslv, declared that ho had been
. entrapped, and all that, but fci-i cries
made matters worse for him. Presently
tho attendant returned and asked Mr.
Drano about tho capture. Lawrenco
told an imaginative yarn with as low a
dialoct as ho could muster, and wound
ftp by demanding tho reward.
"We can't give you tho whole reward
to-night," was tho reply. "Tho five
hundred dollars offered by Mr. Drone's
friends is not in our control, but you
may have the fifty dollars offered by
tho Eetrcat. and if you will call to-morrow
afternoon I have no doubt that you
pan collect tho rest."
Lawrence reflected that fifty dollars
was pretty good price to pay a man
for capturing himself, and that ho was
jucky to even get that Tho money was
promptly Vjrnod over to bim and he left
tho Retreat after inquiring particularly
A to the hour when he should call again.
"It's protty hard trick on that fol
ic w," ho thoHght, "but ho deserves it,
and I will keep my word and see bim
safely out. And of course Ml return tho
reward." . ,
With all tho speed be had he hurried
to ft Bowery clothing store, bought ft
chop but decent suit, and then took
(he first ftviUsblo train for Kcw Haven.
" " CHAPTEB IX j
fc "UBS. U j
As h train beran Its rambling Jour-
TVitcli.Tsshoul l not fiil to g.'ii.l
in fuuini.-iries of monthly report..
ChilJrrn like to 8;'o tho report of
tin ir school in the paper ami it
will be An incentive for securing
prtnipt ami regular uttetal mee.
A TL' rVrUaivflfia: Ideation.
Ourol jeet in life as a people anil
. .... , .ii... ..n...-:
as iiKliv.iltiais, s.uuia oe k'ui.w
ate 8u;Ter!ng ami discontent. Nino-
tenths i-f ail tho suffering m tht
worlJ is discontent, and this is n
mental malady, and if it is to be
cured in rift be treated a) such.
If we will stop to find the cause il
ihU uv nt-il unrest we will discover
that it is B'lrishness and unequal
educatk rt. Selfishness boldly enter
on r natures and r.sser'.s its super
iority over our bi tter self. It cre
ates in us a desire for case, weal in
and li xury; and then naturally
tollows Ft life, avarice, jealousies
ii:.d rcnoral mental unrest; and
thus, b tause of the dwartcd con
dition of our moral natures there u
nnh;piinef8 br.night upon us.
Selfishness is the prime cause of
ail onr ills as a nation. Our legis
lators instead of trying to enact
such laws as would bring us com
fort and ease as a people do thos
things that will bet-t gratify their
own desire for weahh and honor,
'ihc unetjual education of a people
is a condition dis.v-terous to the
welfare of any nation. The history
cf nations teach us this fact: that
where there ha -i been more nearly
mental, moral and social equality
tlx re was most peace and enjoy
nunt; and the greater the differ
ence in these conditions the nio-e
intense was the misery and dissat
isfaction amorg th- m. Unequal
mental development is largely the
cause of the existing inequality in
wealth; and so it is in regard to
our social conditions: and it is be
cause of this that so much trickery,
scheming, and misrepresentatior
in politics is possible. It is truly
said that in a republic the vole of
the ignorant is more to be feared
iban the foreiiliers bavonet. If
these things are true and a medi
tative survey of the past and pres
ent convinces us that they arc
what is our duty in the matter?
Certainly yon wilt say apply the
remedy. Then let us cast about
and find it. The only remedy is
mental and moral education forali.
To annlv this balm which is to
heal every wound that the soul is
heir to, will require patient effort.
There is work for the teacher
teachers whose mental develop
ment docs not exceed their moral
status because such a one would
probably be a selfish crank, with
no sympathy for those who are to
to be educated. We want the
teacher who is unselfish, who loves
his work, who sees in the boys and
cirls before him the future men
and women, and who will strive to
develop in them those things that
will benefit them and be a blessing
to the race. 1 ho ideal teacher will
develop in pupils a desire to know
the truth to know all the oast his
tory of man, so that they may prof
it by their experience, to know the
operations to all laws of nature, so
that the silent forces may lie used
for their benefit and for the enjoy
ment of their fellow men, to know
tho truth as to the operations of
the mind, that it may not be abus
ed by over work or enforced idle
ness. It certainlr will not be
denied that this kind of education
in 4 en rxl-inf r fVldt fA lIfH fit?
feet on industry, ana all that sort of . . . . ,
thing If you're goiDgout I will walk studying books and memorizing
along with you so as not to wasto your j ine thoughts of other men. What
timc-" , , , , ,. , lis the conclusion then? This, that
Jimmy opened tho door invitingly, .,,.., . . , .
Intensely relieved that tho escaped j all ills, Civil or social, may be cured
maniac should show no signs of viol- by equal mental or moral develop
di'Siir he'-ent for all. Then find the teacher
Inquired. : and pay him, who lias a mind ana
"I represent the Evening Dispatch, ' j rf fjr the 0T an(J happy con-
snd we like to get interviews from ' , .
Imminent me. who favor Kew H.ven tentment Will be brought to US as a
with a visit." Ipople,
'Youn? man," Raid Lawrence, laying jr. Loso.
Lis land itcpresMTPly on Jimmy's'
C.Thc young man copied rapidly down
tho pago until ho camo to the last page.
Then ho paused and scowled an instant,
after which ho wrote "Lawrenco Drane,
Kansas City, Mo., Xo. 340, pd.,M very
slowly, and turned about slyly to scru
tinize tho broad back of tho guntleman
at tho window.
"Any thing up, Jimmy?" asked the
clerk, cbscrvinir this action.
Ji-nmy winked and nodded mysteri
ously, and began to search among tho
lvin? on tho writinir table.
Presently he found a New Y'ork paper
of tho day before and turned to ttio ac
count of Mr. Drano's escapo and tho re
ward offered for his capture.
"I thought so!" ho said, with a tri-TiTnnh.-mt
e-rin. whilo tho clerk looked
on in undisguised curiosity. Jimmy
pavo him no comfort. Instead, he
heightened the clerk's emotion by sit-tine-
down whero ho could sco Mr.
Drano's faco and scanning the paper
again with frequent glances upward for
"Muataoho (?ono and clothes differ
ent" 1m muttered: "but it must bo the
rinn. I wonder whether ho'll become
violent and murder mo if I speak to
l.i.n TWrmns T nan inveicrlc him to a
IVhilo Jimmy v.-Ef; still debating what
to do to "scoop" tlio boys on a big piece
of news and pain a thumping reward,
Lawrence decided upon bis own course
and started to loavo the hotel. Jimmy
was on his feet instantly and inter
Mr. Dranc, I believe?" bo said, in
terrogatively. "Y'C3," replied Lawrenco, with a start
"Lwranio Drane, of Kansas City?"
"Yes; what can I do for you?"
"I want to ask you some questions
about tho condition of affairs in tho
West," said Jimmy, glibly, "the crops,
you know, farm mortgages and their ef-
I DECLINE TO BE IXTKBVIIiWED.
CastorU tt Dr. Samuel IMtche r. ..wmoripthm for Inftiit.
and CU Huron. w iuui.-"- - - 4i..-
for Purc'soric, Vvo?, Boothlntf Syrups, nncl Ctor OIL
It Is rictwsant. It ptnmntoo U thirty yn. m by
Slilo.f Mother. rUde.tror.Wa-ljj.
ftrcrUhnen. Ctftorto prevents vomlllntf 8o.r Curd.
cZ 1 ZTrUa und Wl-U Colic. ,CutorU reUevc.
J c thlnjTroubtes euro- eoustUci ...d flatulency.
c"torU nsld,te, tho food, rjsulu.r. the
,rU U tho CliUdrcuN rauacNi-i"
irrn. M-:.. li iv:-ut:iv 4 li of M
aixxl Wtcot uiki llielr cli.lUrvn."
' in. a. c. o-iws
- cwtorlft I; l uTi7m!y for . l.I.Vi.. of
lour U.-lr cUlUwa. ' u 1 ri,rU '"'
,MJ .t 0 vortwq-! lit. 1
:o.- iovi m-m W''Y":
wonAiae. sH! vru? out W
itJu th.-lr thnvum th,a.i.y Jmi
ti-tn ja svruiiaturn svi"
Da. J. F. Kim-lira.
Catw'n Is 'U n-l"f "d tocMMwa
nc'inmirua It uVwiUrt0H)r tirH.Uo
Uwuli..." Jt A ABCBU. p.,
Ill Po. 0f'ISt-, Itruoklj"., N, Y.
"Our phi!i'UiLi uTTho i-HIMmii't 41
B....4 hav ..-cu l.lUr IM !
voco t U.ir uiM K0' Wll"
and altlHXvh o wily "l0n
d. wi-l-U.4 1 i ow U.r"
,.ri-. of C!ria wua u to Vw IU
favo, u,io It."
Uxitm IltwrrrAl. limt,
A:ix.i C. Sun Frr-t
Kollowins is tho report of the
Independence public school for the
month ending Jan. IS, 18 ).:
Number uf il. ys alteiulunco , ,'
" " uli-euce it'-'
" " rxeiiws for nbse:.eo r
" enriill.il, boys 15ti; prU
IM ; ! ai
Avi"-;ie iiiihiImt ln-lnniiig
Avernire iliiily !iin-iiiaiu-o
IVr cent of u'tti-inliiiiee
NtiuiK-r of H.-w pupils uiliintted
Imjvs 1"; gill l'; tuliil
Number of cases of curjitirul puii-
i h 1 1 : 1 1 1' 1 1 1
Xnmbcrof visitors 8-
Xutiiber of rhetorical exen i-es in
sll during mouth, except prl-
mary jrriules ,
The gnat number jf ttb-tnen
was caused in part by many play
ing out tiie fir-1 two d iys after va
cation and partly by siekne-s. The
rmt number of tard'n-s cannot be
u-coui.tcd for in that way. l'urcnU
should use tlnir best efforts to aid
us in seeming prompt and regular
attendance, especially during the
,-iext month. They should also
write excuses for their children
when they have reasonable excuses
for being absent or tardy for unh-s
they do so teachers will not knov
whether they are necessarily de
tained at home or placing on the
street. Iiut in no case should the
parent try to shield the child when
there is no excuse. At their last
meeting the board of directors
passed the following: Resolved,
that in accordance with rules -If)
and 4G Oregon school laws, the
t'-aeherH shall require written
excuses for all absence or tardiness
and that any pupil who has been
absent two days or tardy more than
twice during any one month, with
out a reasonable excuse, f hall be
sent to the chairman of the board
and any one scut the second time
shall be suspended.
T. A. IlAYES,
GUTHRIE SCHOOL, DISTKICT NO. "A.
For month ending Jan. 0, 1H'.):
Number of (lays taught !'
" Ihivb enrolled 10
" girls enrolled .. H
" (much turilincH 'I
" cases corporal punishment 0
Average number of attendance during
I lie month "
Number of vifcits made by directors ... :i
" " - parent . ... 'I
" others 6
Those on the roll of li mor: Dollie
Guthrie, Janie Gu'hri'', May Guth
rie, Chester Guthrie, Albert IJuttB.
15km.e IJiTTS, Teacher
0. R. & N. CO.
i:. McNi::i L. Ueclvcr.
Two . , ,
R O 'Ci' T E S
Nutlce Is liernliy given that Hie annual
n,iinr nf the Mookholdcin ol The JndB-
pi nilcni-e Water and Kiectrlc Mulit Co. will
be held at the Independence National Ilnnk,
Ind)cndenc, Oregon, on Wednesday, the
.i.i t.r Junimrv. ixifi. at 7 o'cli p. m..
for the purpoc of eleetlng offlcr for ald
conimnv and attending t" u'h other bul-
ncsa hh may come beroreKaia meetiiiK.
II. II. JAHI'EIWON, Kec,
SALEM & INDEPENDENCE
:-: STAGE :-:
J. R. THOMPSON rrop.
Leaves Independence every room
ing (except Sunday) at n:M a. m
lyeaves Salem at 2 p. m.
Ieave onlere at Little Palace Hotel or
Freiirhl and nat.ienecr carried on rea
& M &c IT
.ilVKH TI1K CIIOIfK lr
NORTilERNRy PACIFIC RY.
ST. PAUL Kansas City
low II.TKS TO A!. I.
OCEAN ST HAM KilH
l.tnw Vr fin I
t vi-ry .i Ou;
J-i.r full ileliill riil I on ii. It. 4 . A"iil
.M.O. r"il'l'i:it. Iinli'H-'iulcii:, or.
or mill i-. i..':
v. 11. in. i;i.ii' u i ,
lien, r. A'.i-Ht,
l'url lull.). -
Estes & Elkins,
ah kimiH of Hauling1
in or out of the city
Promptly atlcinlcd in,
Ci aryev reasonu hi e.
Tlum. V, Oftkn, Henry I'tiipf Il-nry ('. Kmiiw,
PACIFIC R. R.
, ST. I'.IVL
J (JH.IM) h't)HKS
TO 1 CH)OKSi O.Y
I'OlS'TS E.4ST and SOUTH
. i- i.
u to buv .hu. ir t't .tim-tiit to mm
.UvL'MU h" K.aU ar
t.ill tl.r.i.miv. iMimm
uiuiki l mii very unoieMiIyi
am) w UiiiKl't pretty
Tin' romilt l, bavo
a I ii me mock ut
Clothing, Dress Goods,
Tliut imit le ikiIiI .birlnif Hie i"-" "
weekK In order bl hihv ke.'M our
hIih U up ' lime. "il I"'1"
ur IHitlev of tkliiI a.lvaiilitf
uf l lie lo tl't" In tlic mr
ket. Kur ili'f rvaaon
A Clearance Sale
i ..... -i
.i f '
M-ll lliem to
Tlnit will eoiitlmio niilll li ifHHl ar all
1V .In mil llk.1 in .'ii . ."
lor Ion tUtH'ont. but liul rntlier
Iomi a little now man to nam
our I'K-k on llm "ln'lvi'i
until next y'r. "
- tlien bavo lo "ll
tlieni at Imlf
the rlk.if liwiini ninny
of oiir imkIii r by ollerlnit
Monmoutli Mercantile Co.
As "Sani'l of IosenM Says,
a . .....Ilt.ll U till iituml-
rc1.llliul ll rlallil l"f "
hill wtml -.i.le llinl 111 'llll T
l.,.i.l.. wli rrail mir .U MI iul
luk.' liraUI.-lii.nila lli.-r.lll liimln
. m.la lllllll llifif h lf'"'t
11, ro "illi eH-renrr lliul whl
ilullii ulllra Willi wlial olu.
"AM W" wrnil la a i-lianr," llv
li. il.nl. bii.I "ill lv "'
itea llm I -il will r. i.iemtwr lmn
.HI r KiiiiiiiMirr,
I miu I Imke nut wor.l fur llilna
runir mill fv ft-r .uravlf.
FRAZER & SON,
P'tr Inf.innatlon. time card a. miips and
tU kU, mil onorwnu
W. II. IIAWLKY, Apc-m.
J ndpc-uilooe. Or.,
A. D. CHARLTON, AsoUOen. raM.Agt,
KJ 4. a j j.
1 tOUOCtIl.CX mJLJLJL UXJXLCVt
t ...i....l T.i. nb.vf. ThurMl.iv and Saturday, :Wii. in. ;
Leave h.d.-.fi,.i'i.f .b,i.d..r, Vrdif. .b.y ami t rulatn- ,
Liiivv Si U-in - i
Fast Time. CHeap Kates.;
Alexander-Cooper Drug Co;
Alwayx niiii to jiIimco and korp o:i baud
.a . i
Prescriptions :-: Carefully Compounded
Ibiy or .Nifjbt.
Legal Blanks .rrA
Dray & Truck Co.
Drnyiiift of nil kinds in and
out of the city will nei-ivo
prompt mid careful ntU-n-tiou
if cntruwlfid to .
A. V. Docksteader,
Our price" ixre the lowent.
I N 1) K I'KN I)K N C K, - OUKdON
FTiU'HAI.E AT TIUH OVVICK. f.--i
OREGON I'ACIFIC BAII.R0AD t'OMPANT.
CHAR. CLARK, Ilictiver
(Vinnerllnu Wil li BU ami r "IIOMKIt" be
Ynqulim ttlnl Hun Krnnclnro.
Hl-aiiirr Iravm Hun Kmiiclaoo;
Ma nil 4, 14, 211 h.
Ht.-amnr leave Yauiulna:
Murrh , l, anh.
rtlrliK rcwrv.-d to rlmnir nailing diiii.a
For frclglil or paoiwncr ram apply to anj
C11AB CLAHK. Receiver,
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