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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1895)
sg- - ,..,v, ,!MrnnM THURSDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1B05., ' NUMHMl 46.
VOLUMK II. INUKrKNIJKKUK, l'ULK uuum i. ' -
- " " "'" " " i .""..I""""!" - ......... 1 t.. r,.iifu,ltn no! n ted editorial!
r 111. .......AA.....I.A IMIIIIliWT I f Alibi I
For WATCH CHAINS and CHARMS.
WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT AN 3 OJR
, PRICES ARE RIGHT.
0. A. KRAMER, Jeweler and Optician.
The Orantl Military Hull at the
Auditorium me nocwi
of the HuHon.
the City .Restaurant .
tfiv- vtm SIX good .'Mfnl meals for II. Wo try to make our
" n Hunday Punier the bet In Independence.
... ;MEiUlS -A.T A-LJL. HOTJTRS.
McGINN & CATLIN, Proprietors, ifii?
Don't be Sick!
WK KNOW how It makes uue feel to
I cii k Hut If you will (U't
n-iHcMiUr tint il i o'T bOHlnifw to tll
Mi-.llcim'K, We've liiiJ eoimiderable ex
i.iTirinw in itvrintc ineiliriiieH and
know the alvmiUft ol ualng ft(h anil
ire lriitf. We keep no other kind.
When You are Well
RKMKMHKK that wc han
,1U many artii-U'H you
may tli'Mic, nuth an Jew-lry,
Silvt-fwart', Waltln'H, Clock,
!'Ulty I rUCK CX i lanaii wwmj
ISSllnullnff 1,1 rwMMM1,
in . . . .... . .
,i nl.io ran ,. . r
,.. nrvfii' I "" ""1 Brn; OHKtiON. ;
1 ra nrd ltd hull nt. dm auditorium
lit.t Krl.lRv Bveniuii was the social
event of the sbehoij. Indeed, it in
no exaggeration to nay that it wan
the mod brilliant ball ever given
I n I In lf V
Tl.ct Kull was brilliantly H.bUd
I ' V "
with one large arc light and fifteen
1 una ml ttuf'feri t.H. ProfeHnor Weimer'B
orcheHtra, of Salem, furnihhed the
niUMU:, and no Independence auui
,. i.vnr "triiined the liaht fun
tantio toe" in the mazy whirl of the
. ....! A
voluptuous waltz W nner mun.
Kvt-ry one upo . in ( raise of the
profusHOr's magnitlcent seiecviouo.
n iMTMonnelof the dancers rep-
resented the upper social circle of
the city and the surrounumg coun
try. There were a nunilKir of visi-
t..r. fmm Salem and other towns
...... l. A arlv as 9 o'clock the
larao auditorium was well filled
with guests, , e-half of whom came
.i...iv. Mn.-. tutors. The grand
I promenade was the signal that tho
.iu.... on. It was an interest-
L -icrht. to hoc the cay dancers go
; ihmmrh the imiceful evolutions of
of th k and promenaae. i KB
a.i.t duah of youth and the dignifi
...t rt m.,i.t of u.iddlc age nun
gled in generous rivalry, and "soil
ey.s flashed love to eyes that spake
again." The ladies were un;
in elegant costumes and their
....r.,i forma made a beautiful
" .. . .. , , j
picture as they lignuy sa.pu
through the mazes of the delirious
waltz and the coiueuisu 41mm
1 .1 l.a
Fifty-eight couple uanceu
floor at one time and there was
easily room for a third more. The
auditorium is one 01 ine mutt
modious in the valley and the gen
eral accommodations of the build-
;..rr ura excellent.
1 o . . .
v 10 nV.lock. a sumpvuouo
Sunper was served by the ladies of
the relief corps
t..u. r,.na,inu tiolnted editorial
note appeared in theOregonian last
Saturday, and it is especially
ropo to sanary nappiuiiis
now and then uisgrace cvorjr v.-...-munity:
Thu women who thinks it "no-
1 : - tf ut.a n nA her old
1)0(1 y OUNWirnn 11 rn -
man fall out and she get the worst
of it" has been in evidence in ru
ral-neighborhood hiBiory anu pen
court proceedings in cities quite
, .. ',1.. TJinrn id noth
irequenviy in --- .
ing new in the tacts brought out in
the. investigation of such cases.
The swollen eyes, bruised face and
! nt hn woman. 'and
the lofty, covertly threatening and
injured air of the partner of her
joys and the author of her sorrows,
are an exact, uupuw t-
.1.... 1. na Vuwn rtreHnnted
by these conjiigailligere)ts ever
nince civilization mocked at by at
tempting to intenere wuii u.. ..
culiar methods of "getting along.
. . 1. iT1.l m.H nlv re-
llumaniiy is "
pents the wa"te of its kind otfices
every tune a cune ui
called in court.
Highest of dl to Leek. Power-Litest U. S. GoVt Report
ri"fTrfT"KRAMi:it. Worthy Your Confidence.
Died. In Monmouth, Or., Friday,
. 1 . 11 tuiir. flan f Krftin-
er, of general decline, in his G.nn
Mr. Kramer came to California
oiir nmint.tf for a number of
Vpnr and was an industrious, use
ful and respected citizen. He
leaves only one child, bdward
V . wV,n 1ive in Idaho. 118
The success of Hood's Sarsaparilla
in conquering scrofula in what
ever form it may manifest itself is
. f 1 . 1 ....n..y!i urVil U'prA
vouched lor oy wiu" -
severally afflicted by this prevalent
1... ...1 .. r. ir.i.'p nvcr a
... . neveranjr " j r
r. Kramer came to talllornia ut wn0 now rejoice over a
153 and emigrated to Oregon permanent'cure by Hood's Sarsa
(54. He has been a resident parilla. Scrofula may appear as a
7, .. ! a number of Lumor, or it may attack the glands-
l'ltUNKS l'AY IN OREGOX.
The Output of a Thlrty-fe-acre
Orcimrti ei ni " "
numor, or n. ui -t v- - o
. 1 - I. 1 a Hraaii.
of the necK, or orea ouv -ful
running sores on the body or
limbs. Attacking the muooue
membrane, it may develop into
catarrh or lodging in the lunga
was married in the states Oe.ore , aa , 0f treftt.
emigrating to this country, but his . nientJ;ith Ilo0frs Sarsaparilla will
wife has been dead for a number of j overcome it, for working upon the
vears. His brotners anu "'""-".fiiinaation 01 a uiococ, t -3
i(..:n..j it,. ...lam id flarinea ana
The nuestion is often askad, is
the cultivation of prunes a profit- j
able business? We think that Mr.
Norris Humphreys, of Lanecounty,
u. nmeticallv answered the ques
tion. That is he has answered it
r.... i.. ...i.l affirmatively 60
HavlBlutioi ij '
fur as the Willamette Taney is
concerned Mr. Humphreys has
finished drying prunes on his 35
orchard. The orchard con-
B;.t. nf 28 acres of 7-year-old trees
1 7 anra nf fi-vear-olds. Off
this orchard he has harvested Ui,-
000 pounds of dried lruit, aim
i.:..i.rl 4 0(l0 txiunds of green
r...:. iVib u r een nroduct he
3 j-o ia oQiimo ti nir the
receiveu ouu, 0
dried fruit at,5 cents per pound, he
will receive e,uw ior 11 uiaB-iut;
Tr,v,n Kramer. Mrs. Mary Mox
lie, Mrs. Almlra avlUBU"
Amanda Doughty and Samuel
Kramer, of Monmouth, h. P.
ir -.... nf Tnrlenendence, Wm.
Kramer! who lives in Florida, and
Gaston Kramer, of Los Angeles,
irufi,l held in Mon-
mouth on the 13th instant and the
,;.u nkarn interred in the Oak
I rjuiai 110 v. v
Hill grave-yard west of Monmouth.
Dioou, me o;""-"" , .
vitalized, and vigor, strength and.
health restored to the body.
0 F M I LLI N E R Y.
LOO'S SHORT ORDER HOUSE,
Open at all hour.
DINNER lads. LUNCH fromScknp.
Ovsters kept constantly on hand.
J T).:.,.A Kavus for nu.rt.ie8:
f wt I
East side of Main Street,
Th ldi" of Indepen
dence and vicinity are
cordially inv.ted to call
and inapect the new
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY
juat received at
MRS. M. KINNEY'S
FANCY GOODS JUST RECEIVED.
Alexander-Cooper Drug Co
AUavs aim to please and keep on nam.
MRS. A. M. HURLEY.
DEALKB IN .
.i f fiR40. His cultivating
by the ladies of harve8ting expn8eB ill not
Four large tables ,m which win
were spread with the choicest ,eftve him over $5,000 profit. This nnnnn
viands of the culinary art and BhowB whdt fruit.rai8ing will pay MlLLIaERi fiUl UUU,
everyone spoke in praise of the Lane wLen properly INDEPENDENCE, ORE.
nmd taste uisp'ttJ i,nlml. and What is iru 01 a,ro
o . : . , .... , .
bers of the corps in prepa y - county i8 substantially true 01 The lalest BtyieB in Hats and aps
elegant a repast, -ine taoiw county in the valley, ine always on display,
handsomely ornamented with flow- willftmette valiey is especially pro- Infant8' Cloaks, Caps and Dresses
ers and presented a own lific in the production ot prunes, minev-
m, . Muimnta nil . i i : n tr;.r and Novelties
appearance, i ne w 41 ,7 plums, cherries, pears ana Dern, Ure8s uoous,
.u Doniny amounted to fl34.oU. - n lii nlnr inl"""T ; ;
WUO ' 1 D 1 HI KO.O '
" 77n destined to lead any locality on ine
KEY. D. V. POLINO. Pacifi0 C0a8t. Fruit farming is
- i . , . i .
il : tnr it IS uuiu
OPEN SUNDAYS FROM 8 to 9 a. m.
Free Delivery to all parts
nf th eitv.
Main Street. - - Independence.
Prescriptions Carefully -:- Compounded
Day or nv-r
j f . 0'DONNELL G8.,
Parlor anu jjxv -"7
pocket Knives Table
Nails, Hope, Etc.,
The Salem Statesman pays uie coming itv.; - - -follwing
graceful tribute to Rev. pleasant and a profitable xndus.
, v Piiiur'a address on Pythian- try.
U. T.".e- ... , ,
wm before the grand lodge in clluuC,i NOTICE.
lu U'Ull! I
em """ -i, u
. j n..tn, 1) v. 1'oinK iubii nimnl, Kormon .win "t?
uranu wi"' . - - AU nufnu.-"-...
..v flnor and for half an hour . , in the M E. church next
luun. vuv . . . ... 4
kepi the great house bouna in Sunday at 11 o'clocK a. m.,
ening interest to what he told them wh-ch ih(j elderly people of the city
of the origin, growth, status and are eBpCCially invited. In the even
of Pythian- Rev. D. Hasler Glass.
ulliniaw l1" r"""'1
Ti u.a fnncise. Clear, m;u ,,,u his SUOieci, f
ISm, A ' . l mi - .,.
larked nothing to make Harm." This sermon wid.
it the feature of the evening, nor be eppeciaiiy for young men.
aia ih. bis crowd fail to attest the
, im-Rion made by his grace
1. . j r...of,.l nration. He, too,
ful ana iorceiu. , Notice Uhei
paid devoted honors to the women r.vb,
of his order in glowing language
Shot and CartnuK".
n-turmintv Agents for Studebaker
. ... .
y- X. T
Tntartfiiice Roller Flour Mi
-U , Flour, Germea,Gra-
K: all kinds of
Warehausesir Independence & Parker
Notice 1. hereby ?tven that , by virtue ;o 'an
, 1... alxa NiillltrantH VUln-J - " v -
ntv, state of Orenon, duly niBrto
and to women in general bu -ff
left no doubt that the Rathbone w, .f--fiSs.
. . a . thati . 1 , aatilta Art l f I V liw,...-
SiBters were entitled io mo S --j ,f m, i tb.
nrdinarv honorable consideration Ufc,
and what is more, u tt; J
., n..,t.;an alaniinoilll. "
from ine iw .
. . Alation. his sentv
facts were .
ments an honor to nis oruer
j t.:. r.t r address an
himseii anu mo -
. a I 1 O tJ& A
V f V i t , -v A
This week we inaugur
ate a great sale of Ladies',
Mi98e9 and Children
Capes and Jackets.
Take advantage of this
Sale while the assortaient
fMymmmcmiiv: at 4. Our price
uaieu t ' nX'S'CY JOHKaON,
. ir r the Enute of Joslao Johufoo,
Black Beaver; Double ' Cap S
You would say cheap
Bnoklen's Arnioa Salve-
The best salve in the world for
Cts, Bruises .-
Sped lS Chilblains Corns,
Lnappeu ii,,rtni,on. and posi-
'. . !. ntMd IO ElVC
perteci R -a. rr box.
funded, rrioe -
For aale by a" druggie
will anneXiHi of unid estt. .n,u
win . . ah vit nin
. . .r ,n n, Mt. Mid Dlace.
"rU'rki. .hi iTth rtv of October, 1W?.
m ahV Z. PKKCIV-AU
Execute of th. Estate of wniUiu Perot
... t. . TV,., Wo flane: 4
Fine Qua ity ceaver, riTnl,.
rows of stitching on edges ; velvet collar ,
full sweep; a wmy --
. r .Via ! AnDli'
Black or --rr,.
qued -oaiaww . ; jn,t ft
. . , i -, V, rne: lined through-
A8traKi" r :,
... . : . swell.
J. J. DALRYMPLE,
Black C'lievou j: . fini:hi
velvet collar; large sleeves; finished
seams; nicely made.
t T.w.Y-ot A larcre
Black or aavy rvc. ,, "f-
buttons; full Bleeves; made to sell at Ho.
Melton Jacftet; nne ,
buttons ; mandolin sleeves ; always looks
-j hoot, service. Only
Boucle Jacket; square '".i""' vr
skirt; first-of-the-season pnee would oe