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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1895)
MEN and BOY'S
CLOTHING was never so ch'enp as attho pres
ent timo. HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, etc.
by trading with tho Old Firm. They are hero to
stuy and will treat you right.
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IXDtTtMDEKCI C4P. Ho. SOI, WOODMES
OF THE WORLD.
Knell Klral Mid Tlilnl Tui-aday rvri.ln
trfm.li moiilll, In (Mil Krllowa Hull.
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1 iiljnilniioa Onunoll, No. il l,
A. I. A.
M.in lit O.U1 MIows 1UH, every
Friday cvi'iilnK. hiijiiuriillitf member
are cordially InvlUxl tiittlUiiiU.
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onicel" (.'ir block, IikIi'I"
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ml H.irw'n. rWreuryl'.. hxan.in.
initf'unc-uii". litdcpciiileniv, Wr1'"""'
flee In upera Iiiiuihi block.
dhh. i.ki: iiaiiiutt.-
l'liVoit'Uua and Snritiiiiii. rlnilnl al
ttliiil I'si'l diwwc of women.
OnVeover lmlptn'l'ii National hank.
T. J 1. M.D. W, Hsbhitt, M, l. C.
M., Fellow Trinity medical college.
KKTl "HUM, M. l.-omCK
nil residence, corner lUiimad siul
Moiinuiulh streets, ln.lendeiie, Ore
gon. OKI). A. MM 1TII. ATTORNEY-at-Uw.
Office over lii.lininli!iir
Kiktiuiml Hunk, lmlH'iulfiioe, Or.
lr. H. A. MIXKKYRKHIPKNT
iH-nlint. Tho iro(.T!.nn r ii.u.l in nil
It tirmu'ho. Killtlm tfiiitrniiUwl,
Ol!W front roimm MsmhiIo HH. cirnr
Kimi slid Muiiiimuili iiwu, ojiHWit
IinlridDnc Nslioiiul Uiik.
K. T. HKNKI.i:.- THK TONSO
UIAIi AHTIHT, no ssrlir 111
HlmviiiRHud Hiilr-cultlMK. ilv him
your work. M-Hliavlnf V llulr
Cuttltiic o, IiTli -M). Mslu ift.
I'ATTOXA VAX NOKTW ( K -
In.lin.lm-( llrlr. (slmvlnit. 10
viiu; Hair Cuttinit. a cent. In Little
PsIsmi HoUd. 0 stmit.
fa-Two Uth tut--no tcdioim suiting
FLIES ARE DOING WELL
Tl.ls suiniiicr Jii"t Ikh-huw s nro.it
many pooiilo think lf fwiiomy to
li-t thuir hor"f go without nets.
That's 8 iiiinUke.
TREAT VOIR DOUSE LIRE A MAS!
llo'll do lttr work, lw loss nurvoni
and require Ims IihhI whi-n frotoctw
Irom Insurts. It'i n.'sr the end ol
the sttsson jnt when flUw hito liHrd
est snd stick tlghU-st. Nets srs
chusMst now not st coiit, but with
niluhty small proflt-soms st 50
wnts, sonio st 5, snd sll prices lie
twi'ell. W. H. Craven Co
To Trade At
A. J. WHITEAKER'S Cash Grocery,
(Successor to J. 1. livnW
HOP PICKERS SUPPLIES.
ia n.l tTii our prices.
TICKETS TAKEN IN
T't Forget Tho Place
HAHIl mi I lMOltS!-V.. curry s
lull l.wk of HhhIi, jdHirs, Muiil.linijH,
ilttM, Ktc. faT"Turnln s it!t!lulty,
v miu'iiuu iiiiniiiinoii i, fliulu slrmit.
Items of Local News.
Dr. ICplfy, ili'iitUt, Monmouth.
Kg wantod st the Hdir OiiKxiry.
Khot gun shi'lliiut l' H, t'liutnlwrs'.
WsU-li fiirt'lmlfi ltor Bros, uunouiico-
A fins ANHortuicnt of Ifgitl hlunks
ki'pt ooiinluully on liHtid.
(Jno pound can of I'rioo Unking
1'owili'riMI cts st the Hliir (Jroofry.
Jiankcr MlrwhlMTtf was trsnmicling
iMiHliirwi st llio ciipltnl city Mondiiy.
'I'lio ooniity i'iiiiill.utloii board iuhMs
ii wti k front next Monday .Hept. 23.
JU-v. . II. WhlliiKira wss traimiua
liiK IhiwIihus lu I'lii lluml during the
If you nwd a pMik stovs buy tho
"HiiMrlor," Ihe v-ry htnt. K M.
ClimnU'ra, mill! ukc'iiI.
1'lne i'Ikuth, fn-nh rum I Ion and fruits
kept i-oiiaUiitly mi liitnd at the lion
Hon I'oiifwtloiirry on C Htrt-ot.
Two dwt-lllng hoiiww and lots for
tula on liiHlallini'iit phiti L(H'utid on
Sth stret't, Itiplln at thin olllix'.
MIhs Lottm KulK-rlwiii, who lius
broil vUltltlg In this city for several
days, rttlurmtt to hi-r home In TorU
J. V. Orewllrr nd M. Oniiiau, any
him piitli'iitu tlml wurH kt'pt at the
Oottiige farm, ixiipcd Kuudity and
nothing has Im-cii In-ard of either slui-e.
Uncle tivorgt Wi'lls, of Iltlelltt Vltu,
Inforiiis ux Unit Imp picking W well
sdvauwJ In hU vicinity, but there li
mime couiplniiit of a scarcity of
Al Whlteakcr In gi'tling right Into
the grocery btiHlncwi like he lind al
ways I Min there. He hits au able
lieutenant, howevi-r, In the person of
Charlie Irvine, the Invpresslblu.
The Newberg fiilr opens next Mon
day, Kepleiulier 10. The managers,
says the Traiiw rlpt, have made ar
rangement for a Hint clans county
lair, and It is prol.uble they will have
Hop pickers outllls, such as Gloves,
.Shoes, lllankels, Cuufortem, etc , can
lie bought chcHn r and more satlfa)
tory at Itosemlorf 4 Ilirschlierg's than
atanyolher store In Indcpetnleni.
IWfore buying call mi us and oouviuce
yourself of the lucU
tiherin" Knight, of Marlon county,
made his twentieth transfer of tax
oollecllons for the current year. He
turned over to tho county treasurer
the large sum of $ai.4ia.05. Old
Marion Is s rich county and HheritT
Knight Is a nulling collector.
We learn tlml George Itogers, Esq..
of Monmouth, a prominent citizen
aud leading farmer of Polk county, la
seriously III with hcinorrhiige of the
kidneys, an atltlctlon with which he
has been sllected for years, but never
before In so aggravated a form as at
xi. u 1) Waller returned from
Cchw county the first of the week.
Mr. Waller Is awolatei wim some
half sdoren gentlemen In developing
. ..!. mine In that country, and he
Informs us that the prospects are quite
TluwMmumny have boon
engaged cutting a 4-nille ditch for the
w " i ...ill t.a cililtk
to do any mining oeioro
Adron Coinle.v, a hop pi'cr over in
......iin. ....nl was arivMted Wednes-
.fit 1 1 II n j -i .
day charged with llry
wash lid's, wanning i...-'"m
Isiardaud clothes line, property of Mr.
j i.. v.. Mucaulay. The trial
aim mi . . -. . i,
brfor. Justice Irvine did not elicit
suuioient evidence to convict and the
court decided against the stale. None
of the stolen V
,eHHlmi of Hie uwm.- -could
not he proven that He was con
nected with the tneii.
Hliot gun shells at K. E. Uhaiuls-rs'.
New shot guns to runt, at F. K.
HuhiMil nupplies are being resolved at
TresiaHs tiotlees, printed on cloth,
for sale at this olllue.
Dr. Kpley, the dentist, Monmouth,
iIih-s cros u and bridge work,
Mrs. L. W. Itols-rtsoQ leturued to
Portland Wednesday afternoon.
We call special attention to I 'oik
county's resources as given In another
We will not Imi undersold In school
supplies. Iu fuct we can undersell.
We learn from The Observer that the
Polk County Medical Association will
meet In Dallas today.
Take your prod lire to the Htar
Groi-ery and you will get more goods
for It than at any other store.
Mt Kv ItoUirtsou, of Portland, ar
rived here yesterday and Is visiting
her sister, Mrs. W. II. Craven.
W. P. Connaway, cashier of the In
deiiudeuce National Hank, vlhlted
the metropolis the first of the week.
Polk county haslncreased about 20
tier cent lu iiiiiiiilutloii since IHHO, iu j-
lug from tlie census returns made by
If vou want nrnt clans Job work
come to Tiik K.vtkki'KI.sk olllce and
you will get It. We employ euly
11 rt clans workmen.
Mr. Cans Klggs, a uatlve Polk couuty
Iwiy and well-to-do farmer of the
Crowley nolghlmrhood, was doing
business lu this city yesterday.
A live acre hop field situated on the
rich loam of Lake Labish land, says
the Klatesuian, had to lie abandoned
because the burs were too largo to be
L. Hainuels, the founder of the now
defuuet West Hhore, a high class
pictorial iwrlodical, published at Port
land several years ago, was transacting
business in the city Wednesday.
When the West Hide Trading Com
pany fall to fit or suit you In ready
made clothlug, they will guarantee a
nerfect fit ii. tailor made goods from
samples on hand at lowest possible
M. A. Haker has opened his shop
again, one door west of the post olllce,
where he can be found ready to do
anvthini lu the way of shoe making
or mending, as cheap as the cheapest
and as good as (be best.
Down In California the railroads
give tho hop growers the benefit of
$1.50 mte. If they would do as well
bv the Oregon growers there would be
a little more encouragement to pick,
In the face of the weak market,
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Cressy, host and
hostess of the well known Cressy
house, Newport, passed through Cor
vallis Thursday en route for Mon
mouth to spend tho winter. They
were accompanied by MIhs Cressy,
their daughter, who enters the state
Normal to resume her studies. Cor-
Hneelal rates have been made on all
lines to the Exposition at Portland.
The Southern Paciflo gives a round
triu rate of one and one-third fare.
Tho Northern Pacific and O. It. A N.
Co. make the rate one and one-fifth
fare. The steamers make it three
quarter cent a mile.
l'eiclval Nash, who is canvassiug In
the Interest of the Portland Industrial
Exposition, cave the Enteriuusk a
pleasant call Tuesday morning. Mr.
N ash, I u forms us that the people of
Independence manliest consiueraoie
Interest in the exposition. The Hop
Grower's Association has promised to
make a special exhibit.
Xo less than a dozen counties have
already secured space for special ex
hibits at tne Exposition that will open
in Portland Oetolier 5. The depart
ment of state and county exhibits will
!. t wice as large as in any previous
Rxnoaltinn. and will make the finest
showing of the products and resources
of this region ever brought togetuer.
p.. P. Itamo and family, of Albany,
visited in this city Suuday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Irvine, Mr. Ilainp is
.imminent in Linn county not only as
a business man but also as a leader in
the populistio mevement. His name
was prominent before the populist
state convention last year for congress
man from the 1st congressional dis
Kim Mr. J. P. Irvine sold his
grocery business lu this city Clarence
Itvine has rolled up his sleeves and
gone to hard work. Clarence isn't
mauling rails, digging potatoes or
picking hops, but he is Ooing real nara
lust the Mme. He has turned
collector and Is presenting his many
erstwhile customers little slips of paper
iththe magical words "please re
mit" inscribed thereon.
We learn from the McMinnville
....-mthatMr. J. P. Irvine contem
plates enlarging his grocery business.
If thorough knowledge of the business,
tni,i.. with cood business capacity,
eaergy and determination to win, is a
critetion of success Mr. Irvine is cer
tain to be the leading grocer oi- i im
urn .niv. Rome men cannot be
suppressed, others never succeed, J. P.
Hewing machines rented by W. It.
all his work.
the dentist, guarantees
lantern at the Itacket
Htor ill) cents.
Hoe those elegant "Superior" heating
stovesjust received at F. E. ChrmU'iv.
Extradinners at theClty Restaurant
uow. Always Ice cream on Hundays.
The J. F. O'lhinnell company aro
sole agents foi the Pluiio binders and
Money and time saved by taking the
Northern Paclllc when yn(l go East.
Inquire of W. II. Haw ley.
The J. F. O'Donnell company have
Just received a new cargo of the cele
brated Htudebakcr farm wagons.
Mrs. H. E. Owen and threedaiighters
returned Saturday from' Newport and
BileU where they have been visiting
for several weeks.
If you are weak and worn out, or
have that tired feeling Hood's Harsa
parilla Isjust the medicine to restore
your strength and give you a good ap
petite, HoikI'b makes pure bl(Kd.
Yesterday's and last night's storm
apja-'ars to have been general through
out the stale. IteportAwof a heavy
rainfall comes from both Eastern and
Southern Oregon, and also from every
pelutiu the Willamette valley.
The New York Yacht club com
mittee have awarded Tuesday's race to
the Defender on account of the fouling
done that vessel by the Valkyrie just
belore starting. Many spsrtsmen re
gret that the committee did not see fit
to order the race retailed,
John J. Upchurch, known as
"Father Upchurch" the founder of the
A. O U. W., will be the subject of au
address to bt delivered by the pawtor,
Itev. O. ii. Whltmore, at the Congre
gational church next Sunday evening.
Keclal music will be provided for the
service. There will also be preaching
at 11 a. in.
Mr. J. L. Stockton received a pain
ful hurt while workiug at tha G. A. R.
hall Tuesday afternoon. He was work
ing ou the sleepers to the floor when he
accidentally tripped his foot and fell
ou his side (y-ross one of the sleepers.
He was confined to his bed all day
yesterday, and is feeling quite sore
about the hips and body.
The news reaches us thut Mr. Joseph
Martin, a well-to-do farmer near Kick
real), who has made his home with
Mr. Charles Cooliedge for the last
twenty years, Is seriously afiliuted with
some kind of nervous trouble which
threatens to all'ect h mind. We
trust, however, the trouble is only
temporary and that Mr. Martin will
We herewith invite nil tho ladies of
Indepeudeno and vicinity to call and
examine our new line of dress goods
and ladies shoes. We claim and w ill
prove, that we now have finer dress
goods than any house in Polk couuty,
and as flue a any iu Portland. Come
and examine the styles and quality.
Our ladies Jackets and Cloaks will ar
rive this week. Rosendorf A Ilirsch-
Bill White, of Whiteson, brings iu
ears of corn tourteeu inches long, and
H . Bhartzer swears he has ten acres of
it that stands thirty feet, high and six
ears to the stalk. And it isn't a very
good corn section either Valley
Transcript. (That's nothing. Jim
Smith, of American Bottom, has roast
Ingears that measure 17 inehes.aud.-iain
Toole says that when you stand be
tween the rows In his 10-acre patch the
tassels hide the sun.l
Judge Wni. Galloway, one of Yam
hill county's most distinguished citi
zens, visitea tins ciry weuuesuuy iu
the interest of the state fair associa
tion. Mr. Galloway came up to con
sult with members cf the Hop Grower's
Association in regard to Polk couuty
making an exhibit of its hop product
at the state fair. He informed us that
he met with good encouragement and
will expect a fine exhibit from this
section. The judge is a thorough Ore-
gouian and feels genuiue pride in the
airrlcultural developments of Polk
county, aud during the conversation
he spoke of the thrift and euterprise of
this city, which, he said, was one of
the most progressive towns in the
valley. Of course, Judje Galloway
loves old Yamhill none the less because
there Is a warm place in his heart for
the beautiful county on its southern
ivrrtln. whose death Is
mptitioned bv our Rickreall correspon
dent as having occurred last Tuesday
evening, was an old resident or tnis
couuty, he having located in the Rick
reall neighborhood some twenty-five
years ago, Mr. Martin was about 60
years of age and unmarried, of sober,
industrious habits aud good character.
He accumulated considerable property
and owned a flue farm on the Dallas
and Monmouth road near Charles
Collidge's place. Mr. Martin and Mr.
Coolidsje were associated together in
business for a number of years. We
knew honest Joe Martin when he was
an employe on Col. Nesmith's farm
early In the '70's, and have frequently
heard that grand old Commoner speak
of him as an honeet, industrious,
straight forward man. We do not
know whether Mr. Martin has any
relatlyes in thts country or not. An
honest man hat gone to his rest.
For a dinner pill and general fumlly
carthartlo we confidently recomiueud
A number of hop presses came In on
tslay's train from Puyallup for hop
growers In this vicinity.
Mr. W. E. Cressy, who has been
quite 111 for the past ten days, Is now
much better and his complete recovery
Is only a question of a few weeks.
Yesterday and last night's rain caused
considerable uneasiness among the hop
growers of this vicinity, but the Indi
cations Unlay prom Ise of better weather.
We have not heard any serious dam
age to the hop ci op so far.
WiiatConstitutes A Standabo?
The term "standard" if rightly ap
plied rneaus much hi the way of de
noting universal and long continued
popularity. That which Is established
by authority becomes standard, aud to
no publication can this be so correctly
applied as to Wkiwtkk's Inter
national DlCTIONAHY. The pub
lishers of this great work have kept
pace with the Increasing vocabulary of
the English language until their latest
edition of the great lexicographer's
work Is as near perfection as such a
book can be. The first editioii of Noah
Webster's dictionary was published in
1828, nearly seventy years ago, and
since that time, owing to successive
and always "up to date" lmpro'
ments, It has kept in the front rank
of reference books. Other alleged
dictionaries have risen and fallen, but
Wkbsteb'b International Dic
tionary is the standard now "where
ever the English language is spoken.
Typographically it Is clear and dis
tinct, and as a guide to a better and
more complete knowledge of the uni
versal tongue it is absolutely without
comparison. Its voluminous appendix
has been carefully revised and its Il
lustrated accompaniments are invalua
ble. The latest edition contains many
thousand new words which custom or
popular usage has made a part of the
language. It has been truthfully said
that with the Bible, Webster's Dic
tionary, and a copy of the Constitu
tion a reading man is fully ecuipped
for battle with any of the social, re
ligious, or business problems of every
Judge Hartwell Hurley Dead.
Judge Hartwell Hurley, of depart
ment No. 2 state circuit court, died at
his residence in Portland at 12 o'clock
Sunday noon. His death was not un
expected. For several weeks his con.
dition has been critical, Judge
Hurley's death resulted from typhoid
fever, which finally developed into
disease of the left lung. He was con
fined to his bed since the latter part of
July. The deceased was a man of
high character aud eminent legal
ability. He was a brother of the late
Mayor Hurley of this city, and it is a
notable coincidence that only one
week intervened betwteu the death of
the two brothers who were intimately
associated together all through life.
Judge Hurley was a resident of La
fayette for a number of years and
served one term as county judge of
Yamhill county. He leaves a wife
and six children.
There will be. a Hop Dance at the
opera house tomorrow evening. The
best of music furnished and a pleasant
evening for all. Those who enjoy the
excitement of the maizy waltz and the
coquettish cotillion should not miss the
opportunity of being at the opera house
on Friday night. Admission 50 cents.
Two bay mares branded -'A. M." on
left shoulder strayed from Wm. Fer
cival's pasture on Wednesday, Septem
ber 4, 1S95. Finder will be awarded by
notifying Wm. Percival, Independ
Abraham Bell. '
A Bicycle for sale cheap. Inquire at
Cathiu A Kinney's millinery store.
The partnership here-to-fore existiug
between O. L. Spray, H. M. Ebbert
and John Muller, is dissolved by mut
ual cousent this 5th day of September,
1895, Mr. Muller retiring. All bills due
said firm must be paid on or before
October 1st, 1S95, at Frauk Lucas' drug
store, Monmouth, Oregon.
Highest Honors WorldV Fair;
Gold Medal. Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made.
to Years the SUadardL.
v . a Jfca
Car NEW GOODS!'
BEAR THIS IN MIND
Wears close buyers, and quality of goods considered, none ean
WE PROPOSE TO DO BUSINESS,
and are receiving large Invoices of new goods almost every day.
Each department Is complete, and a .superior line of DRV
GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, etc., cannot be
found in the county.
At the BOOT & SHOE STORE
Every pair of Boote or Shoes
bought of us that rip, run over
or soles come loose, will be re
paired by us, Free of Charge.
MAKE AND REPAIR
BOOTS AND SnoKS.
THESE PRICES ARE RIGHT
i .. .
m m ? H 5 w
Dress Goods. Prints.
Look at our center counter! We are selling prints at 5ct3
for Big bargains in Dress goods.; Per J'ard-
Flannels. ! Shoes. .
' . 1 A bargain counter for bhoes,
Winter Outing Flannels at b from 5Qctg to $2.00 per pair,
to 12Jcts per yard. "
Muslins. Overcoats, Macintoshes, Rrtb-
Cabot W and Cabot A and Ler goods, etc., at lowest possi
L Muslins selling away down. !;ble figures.
A Great Reduction All Over the House. We Have
the Goods We Have the Prices
to Suit Everybody.
' EVERYTHING sold on its merits. Satisfaction guaranteed
or your money refunded.
West Side Trading Co.
Cor. 3Iain and C. Sts., INDEPENDENCE.
p, g Newberg Never Rip and Bull Breeches are the best
en earth. The newest novelties in Dress Trimmings, Buttons,
Gimp and Furs.
The Largest and most Complete Display
Co-nmerco, JBUsiness.Agric.iuiu i-y , p-. vforthwegf
factures , and Transportation Facilities of the G rest Pacific JN ortnwesi.
Fine Music. Special Attractions Every Day Reduced
Rates on au i
Sinele Admission. - 25o
Children Under 12 Tears, - 10
Season Tioket. - - - 9S-W
E. 0. HASTEN, Secretary.
All npraons indebted to the firm of
J. P. Irviue are hereby uotified to call
at my offiice and settle their accounts
at once. We are out of business and
can not allow our bills toruu. Prompt
attention to this notice will save you
Office with J. D. Irvine, Justice of
Wells. Near Bueua Vista, Or., Fri
day, September 6, 1895, to Mr. and
Mrs. V. P. Wells, a sou, weight 11
$100 Kewaru. $lO0.
rru .io r,f tli w miner "will be
lllcirRia v. r-r -
pleased to learn that there is at least
one aieaueu uisease wjv . .t.
been able to cure in all its stages and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
....iiivo 'nr now known
is IIIC ..lit, ' -
. i;..i v..t..r.)ii v Puijirrh be-
1 ing a constitutional disease, requires
i i. , r" lumimi i.b.v."....
rtt.r. t ii r to.. . a i Ti-pamieuu nmi s v ql-
ft-rh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood ana mucous
serfaces of the system, thereby des
troviug the foundation of the disease,
and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and as
sisting nnlure in doinit ils work. Ihe
proprietors have so muc h faitb In Its
curative powers, that they offer One
Hundred UolNrs for any cae that H
fitiln to cure. I- nd for list of Testimon
ials. Adiln s
F. J. CH ENEY & Co., Toledo, O
BgSold by Druggist. "- 8
OPENS. . .
Tor Eilibit Spaoe apply at the
Exposition building to
0. H. HUNT, Superintendent.
LOO'S SHOUT ORDER HOUSE,
Open at all houra
D1XMR lock 0 LUXCfl from 5cts. up.
Oysters kept constantly on hand.
Private boxes for parties.
East side of Main Street,
II. M. LINES,
-Ltfe and Fire lnsuranee,-
Office Eart l!.ir!BB5rf, Oii suctum
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One Gives Relief.
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other trouble, Th cure is Ripins
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Ask any druggist.
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