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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1895)
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? diacriUcally inarkM lili-r u'l in 1h prhwl- )
books, who Kountia are taiLght iu Uie public S
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? the diff-rMit mintniff ft word hn wqinrfdare ;
pi ven to the order ol U:eir growUi rom ti root S
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THE 1M)1.K COUNTY
Item Mini lMUorlul Ex.
rrom the Olwrvwr.
Peer ur reported )Jtntiu4 in
tlie hills west of Pullm.
The lJlas curfew now ringn out
At 8 o'cio k.
DftviJtiHrwn8 ft wonderful
limllet. It is only thre mi one-
half months ohl ana has lata u
Prof. J. N. Hart has finished his
term of Holuwl at Wooda, and came
,f"?TT.i .vr taike sivmon ; ut Moiulav to UKin tlx
lieauer, tiu jv iit.,v.. r v-n.
tilwaliverrtMiuHty. """" t" r The Le Creole Aeaueiny ojMMifu
! on Wednesday. While the attend-
that, mionia do wr.e. "'V".":".- : anee was small, mere is ov. rjr
Wrt& W'" that the aeudomy will
Infe" - Ml I have a most prosper. Mton.
tisoaW Keep the liver Retive by an Tttlk HiH,ut your squwshes; but
.SfftcoMWo,erlle.iry Ryorly came
jloa. auU Rive Umo to umj w Dallas TUesuay wua n wm-m
om. ir a laxative Simmons Liver, weiched
.locilhtor W BKTTKB Til AN riLOJfc i , miwu v.. -
I k s not gripe, nor wn wu
i:verv iaeknr ns the Z
.taiii't on t!n wnipor,
i-iliTi 1 Co., rJuliuK-ipuM.
Main St.. - independence.
resneetivelv 92 and 934 iwunds.
The Dallas public schools started
out Wednesday under tue uiosi
favorable circumstances. The sue-
cess of the school is assured wttli
tfie following teachers to pn-side
over it: Pro. W. L Reynolds,
principal; Mrs. V. A. Wash, Mrs.
Frank Morrison, Miss Mary Park
er, Miss KuUi MclWitt, Miss Lo
reurSmitli. Miss 1attie WillihUis.
Kraiii the Palla Iti-mlir,
J DRESS MAKING :
Goff and Goff. t
We are prepared to do dress
making in the latest styles, and
gtiaruntee gatisfaetion. Prompt
service and reafonalile charges,
Ires Cutting and Fitting.
Cor. Railroad and D St,
IX CEPEXDENDE. OUEOX.
Mac line of samples
alwaya on lmud
to iielect from.
T. It&YTuH JEIIKS,
W. H. Wheeler,
Sewing Machine Needles and Oils.
SEWING MACHINES NEATLY REPAIRED.
Office with City Book Hlore
Main- St., -
SALE and FEED STABLES.
KELLKY & HOY, Props.
Hureessoni U) A. W. DockHteader.
Ernest Stensiui hail nnger
dipped oir by the machinery at
itie Dixi mills.
V. J. Kirkland has sold his
property and blacksmith bUHinec
in Drxio to C. G. Koe!l and his
Jjshua McPanielis having a six
room building built in Dixie. He
may occupy it and rent his present
The, Derrv warehouse took in
about 50,000 bushels of wheat and
that at Dixie about G0,U(K). ine
wheat sold from there so fur has
averaged about 40 cents.
Every sawmill in our county has
been running to its full capacity
this sea?on to supply material lor
all sorts of use. Barns and hop
houses have perhaps called for a
larger part than any other two
Both the academy and the pub
lic school opened Wednesday, the
attendance at neither being very-
full, Bat many more will enter next
Monday. Miss Lottie Grounds, of
Monmouth, is temporarily teaching
for Miss oretta Smith who is not
yet fully recoveied from her recent
The hop crop of Oregon is this
year far ahead of the crop on the
Sound, and an old dealer in hops
says that, as he has always pre
dicted, Oregon will become the
banner state on the coast in the
hop line. "Our climate conditions
and soil are such," he continued,
"that they cannot be beat. Some
roots of the celebrated Bohemian
hops have been procured, and are
now being cultivated here, and it
is expected that in a short time
Bohemian hops will be produced
in Oregon superior to those pro
duced in Bohemia."
!.. t a ran tern W hlch uro brought
before us in some of the recent lovs
stories. We cannot but admire
the ease nd brilliancy of repnrtee
displayed by these modern maid
ens hut we would Ik better pleased
if fathers and mothers might U
exempt from the sting of their wit.
We can scarcely bring ourselves to
condemn in them the propensity
for moonlight walks, especially
when the aalk ends in the iltseov
cry of some deep plot of murder
ous villians, but we would greatly
i.,r Li fml that our owu daught-
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a iiM Ult
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beds during the "wee sm hours
It .LxVut sound so dreadfully
bad to read of a young and charm
Rlidimi down a straw
stack into the arms of her second
love, but it would be a rather
rldieuloiiH thinir. to witness iu real
And the vouim couple who get
themselves accidentally locked n a
r due 1 tower and are 0 mpelled to
1 bv fate or a
remain uimi -j
forcetful Hardener, appear to far
better advantage and escape much
unkind comment by remaining in
the privileged realm of romance.
It is not until some young friend
of one tries to carry out her roman
tic notions in limitation of these
heroine that we realize the utUT
bsu rdi.tr ol it all, and practical
voting people will poke fun at ojie
who indulges in poses anu semi
men tul tMK'trv. The background
of jwrsonal observation and prwti-
cal experience is lu-ecieu to siio
the true effect of these highly color
ed drawings. We bhould lie thank
ful if these girls of ours should
prove too thoroughly truu and holt
est in heart to be long iulluemed
bv such oinantie nonsense; but, if
possible, let ox spare them the
pain of looking back upon s period
ot their lives when they lived in
u malm ot a sickly fancy, by keep
ing from them such books as have
no object beyond that of enter
taining an indolent tninii during
an idle hour. Modesty is woman s
greatest charm. But novej read.
iug, in many instances, eradicates
. - . olillHren.
for inionia nnn w...
. .mc n Vnu Know
imial imcuir -
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vllhuul laUcllug lb"" t'l '
tSy Know IM C.U.... U. .-'X P"l . '
novo.. Know lll c c((ta u
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of ll Uhcr tmr ir t" -
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mtla. or ou . u
ti kril "u ,,u '
We have no desire to stir u
trouble, but it does seem to us that
the goldenrod poet is rather late in
coming to the front this year.
Good turnouts for Commercial men
Horses boarded by Ui weeK or month.
MODERN NOVEL HEADING,
Sam Jones rises to remark that
the whole manhood of America is
trvinff to bunt ud a soft job. ' Sam
seems to have found it.
An Tndinnn. man is accused of
havine ten wives simultaneously
That fellow evidently believes that
"life's grand Btveet song" should be
a feminine chorus.
The Michigan plan lor shooting
a suspected train robber to death
and frivinc his friends a chance to
Drove an alibi for him afterward is
rather startling, but it may prove
Estsa & Ell-.ins,
Lead i n g
ah kinds of Hauling
in or" out of the city
I Promptly attended to.
If thure is one thing more than
another to which our girls of
today owe their flippancy of man
ner arid their daring disregard for
public opinion it is the unconven
tional heroine of the modurn nov
el. Those novelists who write only
for popularity have sought to por
tray a heroine whose dash and
spirit should arouse the interest of
those who had tired of the perfect
ly proper and most conscientious
maiden who formerly figured as
the center of interest in the works
of fiction; but in seeking for novel
try they have over-stepped the
bounds of romantic license and
have held up as adorable certain
characters which in real life would
be considered abominable. There
are a few people these days who
admire the tea-drowned and supa
sensitive heroine of "Queechy," but
it is rather too great an effort to
bring onrselves to the appreci
ation of some of the independent,
impertinent and daringly roman-
Heart Disease 30 Yrs!
Short Breath, Palpitation.
Mr. G. W. McKinsey, postmaster of
Kokomo, Ind., and a brave ex-soldicr,
says: "I had been severely troubled
with heart disease ever since leaving
. , n 1 1. A ftlnOA f if t H O 1 1 1 Wl T
&1UJ aU WliW v. w.v '-""
I was troubled with palpitation and
shortness of breath. I could not
sleep on my left side, and bad pain
around my heart. I became so ill
that I was much alarmed, and for
tunately my attention was called to
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
I decided to try it The first bottle
made a decided improvement In my
condition, and five bottles have com
pletely cured me."
G. W. McKINSET, P. M, Kokomo. Ind
Tr. Mile Heart Cure In oM on a pnnlt1
ruarani thaitne 611 boiile will IhmimHu
All dmKKlKta sell it al U, 6 bottlw for . or
It will bo aent. pry paid, pn recPint of prl
by UtwUfr MOu MaOical Co, tit nan, JjmL
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
. . . r-An Btintr Miiiipped with
a l 1 1 -i 1 if 11 1 f c
" L f I HI 1 IVVVWI 1 lie 11 ent Mil. -t l 1K
1 1 w.
w -v 1 x r uni kii u 11 nuierv wpiirt
I A f if 1 -i v . , ,: , .
rui 1 l i 1 . i.n imnil o 1 11 ii Kill
1 1 w . - - ::... , ,
, .1... 1.' - r.,- ,, L ..(a Moll Ulll llll kill
..f IVOIlll WUl K. SUCH lit I , Hill. -
..f u 1 tmniiiL' at the lowent poHMbl.- w. S. FERGUSON
prices. We also carry a lull line !
GLASS. Glass cutting ijuick ly done.
LITTLE PIUICE HG
Iiidcpi'tnLiiicf, On'ii. CIh to
railway stations itftiinl .at lundsnj.'
and tlu' l.usiiii-sH part of tin- city
Kix.fns and st.iti's fo both traiick'iil
and pt'iniaiicnt n11''''' .Vrvif un
Hurpasstnl. Katftt $1 to $2 jt day.
Legal Blanks -t.-,
Woiiimto furry n It rnt - Iohh Hlorki
W oi l lariUv.tr.-. Jiiiil.-nif iitH..Stovfst ft
Tinwiiro.oif ., astuck tliat willinfft Gic
wantH tit'oiir trailf
SUPERIOR STOVES - - -
WE HAVE RECEIVED
imcw lot. of tlioco HloVfH, 1 or both
o)liinu: and Iifutin piifpoHcn-
CALL am 5 ee TriEn,
tbo bfHt -'oiIh lor tln Irant monfj'-
FRAZER & CATTRON
OPENS. . .
TUe Larf'Ht and liiowt Coni.lele Irinplity ever miule of the Ueourees, .',,t',1 '
(Vniiierey, IIuhIih-hh, Aifrienltiin, KorcHtH, Milieu, Fruit, Fisheri.,
fiictiir!, ami TraiiMportHtiun Faeililitts of tlie (ireut 1'neilli! Northwert.
FineMusic. Special Attructlona Every Day. Raduced
Halea on all Transportation Lines
Single Adtnisnion. 25o
GhiKrea Under 12 Tears, - lOo
Season Ticket. - - $3 00
E. 0. MA8TEN, Secretary.
For Exhibit Space apply
Exposition baildiog to
0.H HUNT, Superintendent.
SALEM, PORTLAND Way!3V
Leave Portland Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 6:00 s.j"
lave Independune,e Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays o:"0 .
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Fast Time. Cheap Ratei