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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1895)
MEN and BOY'S
by tradincj with tho Old Firm. They
stuy and will treut you right.
Motor Mux Tlmtt Tiill.
tiiilpriMl'ii j Mniiiiiimlli
I IK ail . in,
! V HI-
OMR WWII, Hi. , I rf r
III in U svrry Wnliii .iliiy
livi'tiltia, All ini'iiilMr In
(iumI imiilliiH will IiiIik it uu
imlliw mnl "i'Mi IIiiiii.
m.vi ini'iiiil I uk I y V Milnit
Ktilirt.t nrw lntllml In m
W.tiif when i-mtvi-iili'iit,
t. W. Hu m aiiiiix, Jr. I', r.
J. It. MilMI. K, It. M,
ItiPErZNDEltCt CAMP. Mo. 801, WOODMEN
OF Till WOHLD
H.tU Klral and Tliliil Tmi1iy rvnliit:
of mm ll llllillllii HI UUI l-'rllimi Hull,
Y latum iiikiiiImii Mill I"' wi'lcnin.
T. A II AY Km. Kiii.iiI.
la C. fl.uiirai.tsu, Clara.
Iuiinlntoa !in null, Ni.;M,
A. I. A.
Meet" In Odd Fello Hull, every
r'rldiiy evening. Sojourning iiicnili
urn tn'rdmllv liiviti'il li Mttoml.
M'TLElt, THWNSI'.MI POT
I ,it Attorney's i.t Inu, Cull' i-t
ImikH HiwH-UHy. oiiJf in ihCo.r
block, 1 uil H'ul'inv, tn gun.
OTIM 1. lU'TI-KIC.-rilYHCIAN
mnl hiiruiil. hH'rt"titry I. S. I'.Mtiniii
InUiiritiMiiK, liidciK-iiili'iiiv, tiri'itmi. in
(ic in ufm lintiHtt blink.
nit, m i: a haiuhtt.-
l'iii 1ii ll Htiriftiii. .Niliil l
ti'iituiii lald to ili- i ni wiinii'ii.
Illii-OVIT llllll'IKMI'li'lH N.ilinllttl I'tlllk.
T. J. M. !' W. li.u.l.iu. t. I'. (.'.
M., KwiU'W Trinity uiciiiul imllevu.
Kirrt iii'M. m. o.-on ici:
nd rolileiico, ciirncr Ivallrmid mid
Monmouth Irwin, IiidfH'iidvm', trw
iF.. A. UMITII.-AI toii.M- i-M-Uiw.
tillii- over 1 int--ii. itif
.Wiuliiil Itnnk, Inditiivinl.-iiic, t'r.
r. H. A. .Mri.KKV.-UKSIJiKNT
!Mittt. Tim irife-l'ii irariiiH-l in nil
t brmirb'. t ifiiiiritnto-il.
tnllre from rxuim Muniiic Hull, form-r
Hrl mid Moiimonill nirtftn, niiiw
1ii.IcmiiiIoiwi Natlimiil bunk.
ti T. IIKSKI.K.-THK TON-o-Itf.M,
AKTIHT, llnx ni.ii..il"i lii
Hbst'liilf "d Hiilr-ciitliiiK. (ilve bini
y.uip work. jrJKluivim? l, llulr
CultliiK Snu Jtuilix Main nim-.U
I'ATTON VAN N)llT K K -
Indciiendciico llurlT. Hlmvinil. I
cci.liii Hair (Uittlnif. WceiiU. In 1-llUc
rHhuii Hiittd, (5 mrtfl.
tfTl vo bitlli tnlw- t?tlntli nlUiiJ
FLIES ARE DOING WELL
ThU inmniir Jnnt Urmmw grout
many Hoplt think If ronomy to
let their horxcH go without liotf.
TREAT VOl ll HOUSE LIKE A MAX!
HoMldoU.fterwork.l lew nervous
and require ' feud when protected
from InmjcU. It' "" tho end of
tho mmmiii juHt hen llie lit I"'"'
ent and utick tiliU-it. Net ure
cheiiicMt now not lit coft, hut w ith
niluhty mull profit-Hume 50
cent, tomo t nd all prii'H w-
W. H. Craven Co
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t,li..iiil' MhiiimmmiIi I
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IU ' 111
To Trade At
A. J. WHITEAKER'S Cash Grocery,
fSiirccaHor to J. I. lu
HOP PICKERS SUPPLIES.
goods and gi t onr prices.
TICKETS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR
Don't Forget The Place
1 I s a
was never so cheap as ot
NAHII mil DOOItHl-tt'a curry it
(nil Mock ni Hindi. IliHirN, M on Id iuu,
tiliiH", Kte. ftfTuriilnu it upci.iuliv,
at Mitclmll Iliiliiiiiiiuii'ii, Muin Hlri'c't.
Items of Local News.
Ir. Kploy, di'iitlHt, Miiiiiiiiiiitli.
Fgg winded ut tlt Htur Grocery,
Hlmt gun shells Ht F. K. I'luiiiilmrH',
Winded. Kkkk ut tho Hliir Grocery.
Minn Myrtle Lou lavishing relative
Ludlon' nml gouts' neckwear ul
HliM'klon A llcnklf'n,
A Him iiHArtnicut of K'khI liluulu
kept count u 11 1 ly 011 luiinl,
If t'llll llltllll H ixtlilf uftlllll l.llU lli.i
I "HuM'rliir," tliu very bent. F, K,
'lininlii in, m il' infi-iil.
Julill I). IihvIiImiiii, of riilliiiun,
WimIi., WvMiI.ik ri'luilvt und frluiidn
in thlHclly mnl vli inlly,
I' lnu cIkuih, fn iili t'limlk-M nml fnillM
kept cuiiniiiiitlv mi bund ut Din lion
linn ('tilifi'iillniiriy nil (' itln-ttl.
Two ilwcMIni; liniiwn uud I11U for
Milt) (HI 1 t H I It 1 1 1 1 K' II t I'lllll. IidClltttll on
Mil Nlri'd. linUlii' ut tliln iilllcc.
Mlwt Mlniilti lli i'li, w I111 Iiiih Ih-i'II
vIhIHuu Mr. mnl Mm. Cliiirliit Spcrl
ln, Mut lied In I"rt litii'l ycMtcnliiy.
Our Uilillc Hclinnlx w ill iii mi Oct,
Till nnd cvi-n tliiliK the iiiiln lived will
m fniiiid itl Clnillt'licr itr.i'n IxMik Htiirc.
I ixi't fnijii'l ihiil H. M. Win i' A i.i.
, urc iiti uk'IiI I'T tin1 (illvi r jil'HVM,
j tin' only I'liilU'il I'lnw 1 n ull' tluti glvcit
llm, 1', W. Huliy win In tho city
M.hi.Iiiv Mm men flint I hit rivent.
i ruliK Intve iml iliiiniigril bin hop crnp
I III till' lellnl,
I Meiwrn. Cliti'nctt fi lincli hiive
I recently t'OIII lleied it fine bop hminC
'furl. W. 1 1 a ley on hi Hlnck Jhg
j frti-m iicur JeU'erMou,
F.veii tho fulfill iiiiiilhlent uru lull;
j tii( h,M,"t the Imp ciirw. lleVit. Cw
I luiid nnd llriiniilN tllt-ciiKwd the Hub-
'Jeel from their repecllu pollilH ol
j view luitl Hiiinhiy,
ltt'V, L. H, I'lHher will preuch in the
JVedeo hcIkkiI Iiuum next Hillidny t
Ma. in. fiilvnrv chur h threti iiiIIch
m.iilb of Moiiiiinulli tit :t p. 111. ami in
I M.iiiiiiuiiili ut 7:.'i0 n. 111 , All ittu in-
j Alltert Mulliey, of tlu Hublinilty
' nellilHirhood, while huii'iiiK hint Sun
duv aecldeiilly dlHcliurtred hU KUli, tho
len'n Hhtitteiing hi unn. lie wim
; titken In Silverhm nnd uu nuipututioii
', i.t it'oniied.
A Imp picker by the inline of J. A.
Hlliiver, wh found deud in u died Ht
Ht. 1'iiul, M.irlnu foil ill.v, 011 Monduy
nmiliiii(. rilriiver hd Ik-imi on i
pmlouned fpice. i'he c'lint'l' Jury
rendered u vi idiot thnt dcuili wuh
ciitiHcd by Heine iileohollHin und ex
Mr. und Mix. V ilw.11 returned
TiKwIuy from u very pleiMuiit thrt-eor
fniii- w(ckH oiitint? over on the Mutolun.
Mr, Wilw.ii low not been In K"od
boiillli for iiinny yoiiif, but " now
much Improved mid hu K'"1"''1 m"""
2.; p..iiiid In wehtht (ltirliiK H "'
mer, tl.erexiiU of oHiiiplng Hl'o ""l
The full term of the University of
Oregon oK'liod ut Kuo" on Momluy,
under hinhly fuv.irublo buhpIwh. The
atiendimoe thin y.ar promiw to bo
rKcr Ihun lout. Tlx. Drain normal
school mid nla tl' Willuinelto L n -
verity op'''"'1' ,,,",,'r vory f"vor!,ble
nil...... There Honours to bo 11
C'HI.I . !"'"
general revival in education thin yr.
.Mr.ClinM.II. Toalo. who haanmll
mile west of 'hia .city.
, Fri-lnv prccntod thia o.II.h. m It.,
aomouaflnopeachoa of l.la rawing a
wl,l.uveat.o...liU year, the product o
Soiithom OroK'nn "
r .,., evcenlod. One of tboae
Icenceund Ita rich flavor would mil My
,bo fa,tUlio.mlu.t,ofn epicure. 1 bey
wore of the Kurly fbariotie vm.e.j
i.a nil all SUPP
V I ft
the prcs- flFi
ore here to
Hlint uiiii kIicIIh ul F. K. ('IniiiilicrM'.
Mew mIioI tiiiM to rent, at F. 1!.
W'unled, (IoimI bucou and lurd ut
I he Htur Urwxiry,
TrcHpuMH imtlitcM, prlntnil on cloth,
for ralo at till olllcc.
I)r. Kph-y, Hie deiitlMt, Muniiioiitli,
diM'N crow 11 mid bridge work,
Oo lo Klocktoii A Ilouklo'a for
Imlli'H gcwfitiiicru nt J price to cloau out
lino on bund.
A ttrent iiiany Htudi-nU Iibvo arrived
llilx week toutteml the 8lute Norimil
HcIiihiI at M011111011I Ii.
I.iuIIch' winter Oiipen and novoltlea,
tint IhnI in the country for the price, ut
Slocklon A Jlenklo'a.
Milt I'owcll la under bouilH In Mor
row county lor initllcloiiMly Injuring
cut tic. 'l'bia Ih tho kocoimI oII'ciiho of
Ihla kind tliut l'owell la charged with.
Mr. ft. V. lluvl, who was 111 the
Jewelry IiumIiiohh ut Moiinioulli for
tMitni! time, left for Forcat tlrove yea
iei(hi.y. Mr. Hoyt hu not decided
w here ho will locate.
Tho neat llllleateiiinlKiut (Irny F.agle
la again ninnlng :m the rlvtir Uttwecu
hero and Salem. The Kagle imide her
Hint trip to Independence hiat Hutidity,
Mlueetliu hitter part of July.
When Ihe Weat Hide. Trailing Com
pany full to fit or anil you In roudy
inailo clnlhliig, they will guuriinteu a
pet feet fit in lu. lor nutdo g(Mida from
n luplti oil bund at loweat poaalble
M. A. Iluker hua opened his shop
igiilli, one door weat of the poat otllee,
where he car. If found ready to do
anything In the way of hiM making
nr mending, ua cheap ua (he Ciicapcal
and aa good ua Hie oeat.
Hop picking Ih Hiiid to lie two-third
over around Aumru, Marlon county,
and Hi'' crop la claimed to be larger
than laatycur. Only a few yitida w ill
be left unpicked ami they belong to
reutera who could not ouluin picking
Prof. W, I. ItoynoUN, nf Dallas, waa
trunaacliiig bualucaa in the city Fri
day, lie baa Ufii eiigiigid during the
Hiininier lu furniahing achia.l furniture
to the diatrleta of Polk county, and
waa here tilling 1111 order for a number
nf acuta und dualia for our public
Halt 111 hud quite a Jail brouk Sunday
night. Five priaonora out of alx con
fined In the futility fail made their
cacape by flawing a wooden door
from its hinges and then digging a
bole through the brick wall of the jail.
The 11111111 of the escaped priaonera
are: Willla Tliurp, G. II. Mordoaux,
George Juckaon, G. A. Juiues uud
TilK K.NTKKI'KISE. has gained nn
enviable reputatlou for Its line job
work, and It propones to auatain that
reputation in aiito of coinja'tition from
tiny source whatsoever. This olTlco is
la prepared o do tho latest styles of
Job work, In a neer, artistic nnd work-
nienliiie milliner, and ut living prices,
(live ua a cull, sample our work, uud
get our prices.
Deputy Shorifi A. T.Maui, of Marion
county, came over Monday with the
necessary papers to convoy Indian
Hilly Tom to the Salem jail for an us
aault upon Indian Frank I amies with
a deadly weapon last Sunday after
noon. The preliminary trial was hold
yesterday. We have not learned tlie
result, but it is evident the Indiiin
will be bound over.
The Oregon State Fair begins Sep
tember U." and continues to October 4,
inclusive. Tho commlttw 011 arrange
. . I. . ...1.1. ..I iv.iiti VOW c.,,i nr,.e
monis nave iiviui:i ....... j
to the programme this year. There
u lll Ih siieeial premiums for fruit ex
dibits, many counties have already
......mriiil to 1.1)1 k exhibits. Some of
liri linden in .iiwiw -
the fastest horses on the const will be
at the fair. Congitssiiiuii Uryan and
Ex-Senator Ingalls will deliver ail
drosses. The new law firm of Hutler, Town,
aond A Potter, whose -:ird appears in
another column, Is a very strong com
bination. Hou. N. L. Hutler Is easily
the first advocutein Polk county and
among the ablest jury lawyers iu the
stale. Mr. M. O. Potter is new iu the
legal business but has had large ex
perience iu collections; he is reliable,
energetic, possesses the enthusiasm of
youth and a laudable ambition to suc
In his profession. We under
stand that Mr. Hutler will give part of
t.i. ..ni.w lime to Independence. Mr.
Townsend will have charge of the ,
tun viin-v - '
Mr. Blair Miller, of Keatsville, Mo.,
writes to our associate editor as Jot
, our associate euuor a tot-1
l.iua: "I anxiously waicn "orinci
r.,mr.unDTuv uhiph reaches me eacu
JTiI 1 r.ni
T...l.iv. and en oy reHUillg it wry
much. How I long for Oregon again-
tuch days ss these when me iner-
nionieter stands from 100 to lOo degrees
in the shade. We have the largest
corn crop 'ins year r.cr mi
Charlton county, wlncli niaKes eveiy-
luulv feel unusually good." I ne peo
of Independence will rvmoruber
- u.,ni ...,, ..
Mr. Miner a l"""" "
.nile.nau who was in the employ or
pentle nauw or
more, and suosetiueunj b ---the
boot and shoe business with Mr.
if Patterson. We expect to see
k .... I.. AnrritnAil in
ni' iV-lth usTgain tfore many year,, '
Blair with us !- . . .
ftl I. II P ni El I B
I I III A
Hood' l'lllii cure Indlgeatlnu.
Thu reform achool baa 111 limiatca.
Wunted. Huled Huy ut the Htar
Hewing iiiaehlnea rented by V. II,
lr. KpUy, thu dentlat, guuriiritwa
all Ida work.
A. Tubulur lunleru at the Ilucket
John (irunt, of I'ortluud, wua in the
The Hoiithern I'uclflo puy cur puawed
throiigli liero Monday. j
Klocklon A Henkle have an endleaa
variety of Hoot a and KIkm..
Hee llioaeolegHlit "Htiperlor" houllng
atoveajuat received ut F. K. Chinibera.
Kxtradlnnera ut theClty Itealaurunt
now. Alwuya iue crtuuif oil Huiidaya.
If you need a C(aik or heating atove
you will find them ut It. M. Wude &
Mr. C, L. Ireland, who la connected
with the Moro Obaerve', guv the
Kntkki'HIHK ollloe a pleuauut cull
Hiockton A Henkle have an Im
nienae hue of latent atylo full and
w inter giaala. .
F.ditor Doughty. ('. A. Ihirr und Jua.
T.aughliiii, of Dalhia, vlalted the city
Ladlea' and gelita' niuklritoahea, the
ft neat 111 the city for the prii, nt
Stia.kton A Ileukle'a.
Money and time saved by taking the
Northern Puclflo when you go Euat.
Intiilieof V. II. Ilawley.
The plaw to buy your "school biaiks
undaiippllea la at Clodl'elter Uro'a. Call
und examine their atock-of talileta, etc.
The atreeta were crowded all day Hut
urdny w ith country folks nnd hoppiek-
er luving In supplies lor me coming
Mr. W. P. Connuway, caahler of the
Independence National Bank, attended
the funeral of Cuauier V. T. Peut.at
II. W. Alliums, freight agent ef the
(). It. AN. Tty Co., visited the Knteb
I'HlHK ofllce Friday iu company with
lU?v. J. K. Italdwio.
Quite fuvoruble reports come from
the hop fields of Xoriu Yamhill. Sniue
of the growers have lost only a day's
pickiug by tlie rains.
Do not forgot that all binding twine
bought of It. M. Wude Co. will be
due October 1st and must be paid on
or before that time.
.School books will be sold at exchange
und Introductory prices vut Clodfelter
Pro's. They expect their stock to ar
rive the last of this week.
Wni. Hull and George Fisher, former
rndopeiideneeites, but now living near
the Neatueca, were in the city today
with a fine lot of ehiuook Salmon.
We learn that Mrs. Jas. Tetherow's
mental couditiou is unchanged since
cotimitment to the asylum, but her
general health is somew hat improved.
Iteports from Harrisburg state that
the hop crop of that section, under the
moat favorable circumstances, will not
be more than 75 percent of the origi
Churles Paul, from the vicinity of
Kola, was arraigned before Justice
Irvine on last Friday for assaulting
Kol.crt Carson, a youth about Itf years
oi'd, and fined Jo and cosl, uiakiuga
tolal of $14.25.
We call special attenliou to thej
gnmd opening ut the G. A H. Audi
torium next Thursday evening. A
full programme is given in another
column. A large attendance Is ex-
neeted. Post Commnndor Stockton
says mat a nnuioor oi vwnyr c
pected from diflereut points of the
11 n!n..,1 K.... rf nnnntor.
ji M OM lll;ui.ri.i unuu v. ww .. .
foiters i,aVe infested Umatilla county
for tne st .year to the inccuvenience
fur tbn oast voar to the inccuvenience
of trade and a pecuniary loss to a num
ber of individuals who have been vic
timized with the bogus coin. The ofli
corsofthe law are now hard after the
hand and already hve several of the
loaders under arrest.
The closing days of the Exposition
at Portland will be devoted to a
chrysanthemum show, for which
liberal premiums are offered. The
show will be under the niunagemcut
of the Oregon Flower Association,
which held such a successful rose
show last June. There are prizes for
both amateur and professionals, and
entries are invited from growers of
Amos Hoveudcn. a widely known
and highly respected farmer living In
,. of u-caxlburn. died very
, . Rplirll(a ,i
. , . io-.n
Mr. llovenden was a pioneer of 1S50.
and had resided at his present home
for the last ii years. He was 65 years
old, and was a volunteer in the In
dian wars of 1S55-56. He left a widow
and a large family of children.
Ira Clodfelter, offhefinn of Clod
felter Bros., visited the metropolis on
j his wheel etnes.iay, leaving ..ere
crK-In the nnirnine aud exists to
arrive in meciiy .u
,. Mr. Chalfelterg-HS to rortlund
to lay Iu a mammoth stock of school j
books and school supphen for the fall
trade. Their stock , w ill arrive next
week, consisting of everything in the j
.w,i iww,i- Si,;. j;ive them an early 1
f nr. in ir i . r.
OPERA o HOUSE,;f
2 NIGHTS ONLY 2
Supported by Carlton's Company
oi t'jiiytTB, including
:-: MISS MILLY FKKEMAN. :
FRIDAY NIGHT. SEPT. 27th,
in Clay M. Green's ten thous
and dollar play,
SATURDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 23th
in DuuiJis' masterpiece,
PRICES 25 AND 50 CENTS.
No extra charge for seats reserved.
Seats now on sale at Patter
son Pros' drug store.
Attorney Harry Ballinger, of
McMinnville, is preparing to open
a law ollice in this city. He has
received the appointment aa deputy
prosecuting attorney for this
"I suffered with neuralgia so that I
whs ni must crazy. Last summer my
husband got me some of Hood's
Sarsapuiilla and Hood's Pills and I
eguii taking them, and now I have a
good uppetite and urn very much
better," Mr?. Tom Mote, Wagner. Or.
"Jerry, the Ou'east." East night a
good imdienci' was iu attendance at the
opera hull-; to witness the second
night's performance of tiieCurlton dra
matic company. "Jerry," the outcast,
is a character well adapted to Mr.
Frank H-a.lIck, and he carried the
svmputhv of his audience from the
Urst bell to the drop of the curtain in
tlie last not. Stanley J. Ross, as James
HljicUbtii-n, was an ideal villian, and
Lemi Henry cuaracteiiz -d the Jack
Wnrihingt'iii in an acceptaWle manner.
Miss Florence Earl as France was a
favorite of the pit and balcony alike,
while Miss Millie Freeman, by her
catchy style, won all. Miss Emma
Morris, as Mrs. W, sustained her part
well and is one of the conscientious
artists of the troupe. The company
characteiizes itself by its elean, open
playing ami bids fair to have a good
house tonight when they play "Monte
Cristo." Eugene Register.
'There are dictionaries and diction
aries but the noblest Roman of them
all is Web-ter's." This was said of
the latest "Unabridged" by a promi
nent writer. As it was true of that
work, how much more applicable the
statement is to its successor, the "In
ternational." which after a vast out lay
has been brought to completion and
placed upon the market.
This new Webster, by natural right,
lias taken a warm place lu the regard
of the Engli-ii speaking people- It is
recognized as ti e standard authority.
While compact, it is sullicieutly com
prehensive, mid while striking attract
ive iviv..rr:iiibie,dlv. uud rich and sub-
' e - I
rWaJahowUh to pos
i,.iiHhI i i hiuditiiT. it is still within
u work of this kind.
In these days of sensational publish
ing and advertising it is refreshing to
observe with what conscientious schol
arly lalair this new Webster has been
produced and tlie conservative methods
by which ir is being presented by the
woll-knowu Merriam publishing house
of Springfield, Mass.
A Cut tingr Affray.
A drunken row took place over the
river opposite here Sunday afternoon
among the Indian hop-pickers. A
couple of Indians la-came engaged in a
hht. Frank Isaacs, a Grand Ronde
Indian, stepped in to separate the
combatants, when Hilly Tom turned
und stabbed him in the left side about
two inches above the heart with a
knife. The vo-jnd is about throe
inches deep and penetrates to the
plurul cavitv. The wounded Indian
was brought to town and received
surgical treatment. There is some
probability that he will recover. Billy
Toiu, the Indian who did the slab
bing, w as lodged iu t he city jail, and a
Marion county deputy sheriff came
over Monday and took him to Salem
for preliminary trial.
Hifce5t Honors World's Fair,
Uold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Ml Perfect Made.
40 Years the Sundari.
BEAR THIS IN MIND
We are close buyers, and quality of goods considered, none can
WE PROPOSE TO DO BUSINESS,
and are receiving large invoices of new floods almost every day.
Each department In complete, and a superior line of DHy
GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, etc., cannot be
found in tho 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 REPAIU
BOOTS AND SHOES.
LINES. In Independence, Or., Sep
tember 10, IMia. at 7:30 p. m. Mrs.
Mattie E. Lines, of cancer of the
breast, aged 35 years, 3 moHtbs and
Mattie E. Lines was born June 7,
1800, and was the daughter of Rev. E
G. and Mrs. M. A. Michael, of Laue
county, Or. Miss Michael was married
to W. W. Lines on June 7, 1888, and
there have been five children born to
them of whom three are dead. The
deceased has been afflicted with cancer
of the breast for about three years. An
operation was performed some ten
months ago, removing the entire
left breast, and for a few months the
patient appeared to get stionger aud
hopes were entertuined of her recovery,
but the disease was only cheeked, not
removed. The deceased bore up under
afllction w ith rare patience and wel
comed the dread messenger without
fear or misgiving. Mrs. Lines became
a member of the M. E. church, South,
in 1873, and was a devout and con
sistent christian woman. She left a
husband, two little daughters and a
host of friends to mourn her untimely
passing away. The funeral services
were conducted by Rev. J. M. Turner
at the M. E. church Monday afternoon
at 2 o'clock, and the remaius were .in
terred iu the Odd Fellow s cemetery a
few milessouth of town. The relatives
have the sympathy of the community.
A SPLENDID TROUPE.
The Carlton Dramatic company play
ed "Hazel Ku ke" last night at Parker's
opera house to a large and appreciatiTe
audience. Every member of the com
pany is an artist and it would not be
justice to the others to particularize.
Eugene people are always liberal when
entertainments of nieritare given in the
city, therefore the Caribous are certain
to do a large business. livery perauu
in attendance last night seemed to be
pleased with the manner in which they campaign with a larger, stocK ana
handled that old time favorite play, ower prices than ever. The fol
. . .. Inwini? o notations on a few lines
"Hazel i.irKe." i ne eugHiie'"cul
been extended to four nights instead of
two as at first announced. Tonight
thev will ' give "Jerrv, the Outcast."
He sure and attend. Eugene Guard.
Our Ladies' Jackets and Capes have
arrived direct from New York. Come
and see the largest assortment and
latest stvles that ever came to Inde
penitence. Don't buy without looking
ui mr assortment and stvles. ne
member we have no exhorbitant ex
pensos and therefore can sell cheaper
than any house in the city. We buy
direct from the manufacturer.
We claim, and will prove to any
unbiased mind, that we now have the
finest dress goods in Independence,
aud as fine as are kept in Portlaud.
Don't send to Portland to get dress
goods until you get our prices, for we
will duplicate any Portland prices.
Come and see the new goods.
RoSENDORF & HlBSCHBERG.
Fall And Winter Opening.
Friday and Saturday. September 20
and 21, your inspection is respectfully
invited. French patterns and flue
Mas. A. M. Hurley.
Price In Independence, Or., Wed
nesday, Sestetuber 18, 1895, to
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Price, a
FORD. In Independence. Or., Sep
temt?r 16, 1805, to Mr. and Mrs. H.
L. Ford, a daughter.
Two bay mares branded "A. M." on
left shoulder strayed from Wui. Per
cival's pasture on Wednesday, Septem
ber, 1S95. Finder will las awarded by
notifying Win. Pereival, Independ
John W ilmams.
A Bicycle for sale cheap. Inquire at
Cathin & Kiuney's millinery store.
The partnership here to-fore existing
between O. L. t?pray, H. M. Ebbert
and John Muller, is dissolved-by mut
nil pniisent this 5th day of yoiitembcr.
1S95, Mr. Aiuilerreiinng. Aiiuiinuuri
igaidfimi must U- rid ou or before
tVtolK-r 1st. 11)5. at Frank Lucas' drug-
store, Mop n;ou:h, Oieson.
Independence, - Oregon.
All persons indebted to the firm of
J. I. Irviue are hereby notified to call
ut my olfiice aud settle their accounts
at once. We are out of business and
can not allow our bills to run. Prompt
attention to this notice will save you
Office with J. D. Irvine, Justice of
Fall Opening of Millinery.
The ladies of Independence and
vicinity are cordially invited to call and
inspect the new line of fall and winter
millinery just received at. Mrs. M.
Kiuney's milliner store, formerly
Catlin & Kinney. A tine line of new
fancy goods just received.
The McMinnville Transcript says:
"Wells Cooper eiitne down from the
Independence hop yards Saturday.
He reports the hops badly moulded and
growers considerable discouraged at the
Trauscript'siuformant is mistaken In
saying the hop yards are badlymmild
ediu this vicinity. It is only i he yards
located 011 the low bottom funds wHfere
the air cannot circulate freely,and the
dews are heavy that tbet nionldhas
done any material damage. The great
er majority of the yard? "are still in
prime cendiiion. ":' ,..
Bucklen'a ArnicSalTe. '
The best ealve in he "world for
Cats, Bruises, Sores'," Utters, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter,
Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns,
and all kkin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction 6Tvfnoney re
funded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by all druggists. -
THE FALL CAMPAIGN.
The Ladies' Bazaar opens the fal
, -7 ., - . .
will give you an idea of what we
Ladies' heavy fleeced lined vests, 2octs
1 til) Hit ..--
fell oSets ner miir.
Childrens under weBr, winter garments,
Fast black hose, cotton, lOcts per pair.
Fast blacK nose, wimi, suets pei mu.
Ladies' uight gowns, good quality, 50o
Gents' night shirte. good quality, 50cts
Gents' white shirts, linen bosom, 45cts
nntiiwr flnnnot Eota iipr Vflrd.
I muslin, irood uuality, 36
ches, tets per yard.
Ladie' corsets, black, drab and white,
We have also a large stock of new,
stylish Millinery for the fall trade,
cheaper than ever.
The crowds that daily thronS our
store shows that our goods aud prices
- LADIES' BAZAAR. -
D. V. Fkaser & Co., Salem.
The ladies or Indepen
dence and vicinity are
cordially invited to call
and inspect the new
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY
just received at
Millinery Store, formerly Catlin
and Kinney A fine line of new
FANCY GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
LOO'S SHORT ORDER HOUSE,
Open at all hours.
DINNER Ijtk inCll from Sets, up.
Oysters kept constantly on hand.
Private boxes for parties.
East side of M sin Street,
MRS. A. M. HURLEY,
The latest etvlea in Hats and Caps
- i i
always on uiepisy.
imams . l-
n ice latest pit tes.
' Dress Goods, Hosiery and Novelties.
, .. . ,r- -ure that ni 01a irieiiuH .
and we are ih n ( . - ,he ,tx.k eonlfIete. 1
will give bun a rojaJ gree.iug.