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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1895)
z DRESS MAKING
Goff and Goff.
Ve i prvpaml to do dr
iimklny in the latent etylt. mid
giiMrHntce atlsfaitfion. Proiupt
service ami reasonable t'liaw,
Drewx Cutting and Pitting.
Cor. Itallroad and D St.
IS PEPEN DENDK. OKKOOX.
City : Feed : Stable.
Eu Johnbon, Prop,
tuh roi.K bounty riu:ss.
Morses fed bv the day,
wet-It or month Tran
sient stock loft in our
care will he well at
tended to. Charges
GOOD FOR EVERYBODY
Almost evervboJv takes some laxative
medicine to clc.inse the svstrm and krp the
HooJ pure. Those who t.ike SIMMONS
LIVIR REGULATOR tliquij or powJer)
pet all the benefits of a mild anJ pleasant
laxative and tonic tn.it purines me nooj
and strengthens the whole svstem. AnJ
more than this: SIMMONS 1.1V tR RKGU
LATOR retulates the Liver, keeps It active
and healthv, and when the Liver Is In
cood condition you lind vourselt tree from
Malaria, Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick
Headache and Constipation, and rid of
that worn out and debilitated feeling.
These are all caused by a sluggish Liver.
Good digestion and freedom from stomach
troubles will onlv be had when the liver
Is properly at work. If troubled with any
of these complaints, trv SIMMONS LlVfcR'
REGULATOR. The King of Liver Medi
cines, and Better than Pills.
Ha I ho 58 Stamp in whI on wrapper.
J. 11. Zellln A Co, I'hlla, !.
News 1 tenia uml IMItortuI V.x
Krout til. 1IIhi ltfluUtr,
It. S. Clark, it former Stiver iner
chant, i now located at Woods.
The lad ion of the Method!
church have undertaken to raise
HHJon their church deht, and at
the social given Tnmlay night they
reamed one third of the amount,
Capital Stock, loO.OOO.OO.
Ltudsey Robbing says that in
183-i ahotit a dnxeu young men
sent for him to coino and organise
a ainging school in King's Valley
and that as a stupid to it nearly
every couple in attendance alter
On Friday morning of last week
at 4 o'clock Hrown t llerry'a saw
mill caught fire and in fifteen miu
utes the whole structure was in
flames. There are some features
about the fire that looks very
strange and cause much wonder.
On Wednesday evening at the
newly furnished home of the bride
and groom in Dallas Key. T. V. It.
EiAbree made one of O. Wiight
and Miss Inei Vaughn who are not
yet half through receiving cot
gratulations from their long list of
The modern stand
ard Family Medi
cine : Cures the
ills of humanity.
From the lllaa Otxw-rvt-r.
W. T. COXXAWAY,
Rev. Geo. Whitt man, of Turner,
has located in Dallas as pastor of
tlit) Presbyterian church.
A general banking and exchange busi-1 rut Mulkev issued lioeiiKH to
nt'fB transacted : loans made, bills dis-1 , . . ! ... . , . , ...
counted, commercial credits granted; K I . A. Tlglll ami .Mis
dei.ix.its received on current account Carrie E. Toner, Wednesday,
subject to check, interest aid on time
di-poits. Polk county nnlitics ia warminir
up, and the slate is being made by
DIRECTORS. those who would walk into official
B. F.Smith, A.Nelson, I. A. Allen, duties.
The Winter oflHrtMia.
The winter of lSiit-tl,. hud more
precipitation than ill any othir
winter on record. In the mouths
November, l-s'li to Fchruory, 1W2
inclusive, there fell at Walla Wall
UAH Inchea of precipitation.
H. H. JasiMTHon, J. K. Kuodes, D. V.
Scars, H. Hirscbbern. Thieves broke in and stole all
the valuable silver ware from the
Commenced Business March 4. ISS'J. Holman house dinwR room the
j2JE other night about 175 worth
plfSt jHatlOnal Bank Lade by our citizens that their
r T..,i,u,...i.,n, n..,n clothes lines are being robbed. Al
most every night
When It is considered that 1
inches is the annual amount a
Walla Walla it is seen how exec
ive was the precipitation for th
winter of 1HUI-U2. At Astoria tl
average November rainfall is 10.4tl
inches; the greatest Novcinm
rainfall was UU.' inches, in l.stil
the least 1.87 inches in lS'.K). Tl
total rainfall at Astoria from Nt
veiuher, IStil.to March, inclusive,
was Ol.Oht inches. That the
rainfall for these five months was
excessive is shown by the fact tint
the average annual rainfall ' is
inches. At the same time then'
fell at Vancouver, Wash., 25.(1
inches of rainfall, while the annual
average is luetics, iiies
data are quoted to show the execs
sive rainfall in the winter of l.Mil-
li'2 in comparison with that so fa
prevailing in 1S',).". Usually .No
vember has freezing temerature
Freezing totniernturo may be al
ways expected in December; east of
the Catcades, especially over the
ilateau region, zero ti mperature
ml lower occur in December, It
is seldom that heavy snowfalls oc
ur west of the Cascades, and w hen
it fulls it usually falls in January,
though snow has fallen quite heav
ily west of the Cascades in Decern-
icr. Kast of the Cascades light
snow falls in Decern la r, but the
heaviest snowfall is usually in Jan
uary or February. Statesman.
A Fifty Cent Calendar Free.
J. 8. COOCER. L. W. ROBERTSON
President, Vice 1'rnlileot.
w. h. hahlky, Cashier.
GIVES Tllli CHOICE OF
MTHEBSRy PACIFIC RY.
ST. PAUL Kansas City
LOW RATES TO ALL
f50,000.00 their best underwear.
114,000 00 1 New students are starting in at
the LaCreole academy every week.
The school is gaining in popular
ity. There is' no need of going
away from borne to get an education.
Helmick, ti. VV. Whiteaker,
W. VV. Collins.
Mr. J. W. Crider has purchased
a general merchandise store at
Aurora, Marion county. It is also
4 ueneral hanking baMneM transacted. Buya pnmn-A,l l. n..i
and aellsejehauee on all Important .lnt. rumoreu inai lie Will open OUl a
Dep. mi m rewived nubjeet to cbclt or on certld- , ' i rll., .1,,.. .1,
ct.te ofrtepualt. Collection. ma.le. 8tOV;k Of gOOUS in Dallas aDOUt the
omce nours: a. ni. to 4 p. m. - . - ,
urtfb oi i ue year.
Certainly the business public of
Dallas will learn with regret that
The Publisher otTIi Youth's Coin
pun ion are sciidiuir free to the sulwcrib-
ers to the ner, a Imndnitii fuiir-piit1
Calendar, 7 x 10 in., litli.ruplitnl in
nine colors. Jt is m.ido no of four
cliarming pictures, eiu-li ploitsini; in de
si'kii, under each of which are the month
ly calendars for the vear l.s'Jtl. The re
tail price of this Calendar is 60 cents.
New suhcribr to The Companion
will reeeive this beuiiliful Culundur frte
and Wsides, The Companion tree every
week until January 1, l.HlHI. Also the
Thanksgiving, ChrixtmaN and New
Year' double number free, and The
Companion fifty-two weeks, a full veur
to January 1, 1.SH7. Address,
Th Youth's Companion,
19o Columbus Avenue, Boston.
CMtorla U Pr. Samuel ntcheri prmcriptloo for Inftmu
nd Chlhlren. It cntlni nrtther Opium, Morphine no
other Nureotlo nibstunco. It 1 liurml nutMtltuU
for lNu-etrorlc. Dwjw, Boothtntf 8)rus and Cuator Oil.
It i lMeiuumt. It riiariMite 1 thirty jretuV u by
millions of Mother. CutorUdetr)i Worma ttml allay,
fcvcrlslincsa. Cuatorlt irevcut vomiting Hour Curd,
cure DlurrUu'i Wind Collo. Cuatorln reUey
teethlnir troubles, cure eon at I lotion and llatulrncy,
Cutorl.. asslmllute the food, rc,'ulutc the tonic
and bowels, glvlnx healthy id natural lp. c.
torla i tho CUtldrtui'a l'anaiMitU Mother's Vrltmi,
"Ckatnrla I a em-H'-n mlU-ln f"f 'Ml
dn-o. I.-Uwr ha n'i-.ilo.:i' U4 U U
(uulaftwl M iWr i-li Ultvu."
V. O. C. Ctaunnn,
rteatwU b tli b rmtr ' i-ltililnw
which I in m-t'itl. I b n Jr
fur distant Im-o ni.iU"n wlil Mi4il ll nml
bitMT of Uh-lr f hU-lrrn, an I ua C.itTi In
Wnul uf lo itia. tutmi itwh u
dertmrtne thrlr Unml otwa, fm-lnomn.
muriOilt, thlim aynip anj otlvr h'inrul
dowa Oilr Oinxiia. Own iMMluid
thorn iu'pnuuatura rtvw "
l)a. ). V. KtniiKUia,
" Cwbirla hi ll liSnt tocnnji,
I r-niuMt.l U aaaufviurlvtujr WvaiM,,
houoa k Urn."
11. A. Ah-Mia. n
III So. Ott..r.l ta, Uruutlg T
H Onf phjraMM It lit cklldna',
wul ham apul.). hildjr of u, UHt
moat la Uiair outakU ratk iUCMia
aiul aiUHHia-h w ouljr Kara ajwa w
umloal au4M lta Is knuwa aj
mlutia, fSWWi fnw to cuuraa Um m
tiHTita uf Owiuri h4 m Id ha t
l arrrnn lloarrral. 4 Dtarwatti
Aixaa C Surra. Vm.,
The Centanr Compaar. TT Mrry itrt, Kw Trk City,
II. 31. LINKS,
NOtary jPllblic. Merchant Geo. McGowan intends
a Life and Fire Insurance, jyj
Offlcp Eat ISDKPKNBENf K. Ork.
IdeMuin 8t. Oppot-ite Stockton
every 5 days for
For (all details call 00 O. R. O. Agent
M. O. PfifTKK, Independence, Or.
W. H. HTJRLBURT,
Gen. Pass Agent,
Thoi.F. Oaks. HeDry C. Paine, Heorr C. Rouae,
moving his stock of goods to Mon
mouth. Mr. McGowan is a good
I business man and Dallas' loss it
P. H. Murphy, Prop.
Renal rinz of
all kiniia will
The best of
turned out on
PACIFIC R. R.
A share of your patronage
I is solicited.
Main street, - Independence
When Baby was sick, we gare her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria
NE W YORK
'F 08 TON and all
POINTS EAST and SOUTH
For Information, time cards, maps and
tickets. -all bn or write
W. II. HAWLFY, Agent,
A. D. CHARLTON. At. Gen. T&m.A gt,
fio. 3m, Morrison Street, Corner Third St.,
LOCAL MARKET REPORT.
Corrected weekly by Star Grocery.
.$1.50 2.50 per doz.
Side Bacon 7 8c
Shoulder 6 7c
Ham 10 12c
Lard 7 &, 8c
Fall Butter Pears 25c
Grape 2 3c
Cauliflower $1.00 ,
Quince 25c ,
Oyster plant Jc ,
Carrot ' $4.00
Butter 15c ,
Hay 15.00 ,
Oat..t 15c .
Statistic prove that out of 100 men
who engage in mercantile pursuit, 90
fall short of success. A to w by so large
a percentage are left behind in the race,
a gT'.-at variety of opinion prevail. This
is hown by the answer of tne following
distinguished men, who are on the top
rounds of the ladder of fame and fortune
When asked why so many failure in
commercial pursuits take place, their
answer were as follows:
John D. Rockfeller, the Standard oil
"Lack of business training in the
home and public schools."
A. J. Carnegie, the iron and steel mag
nate: "The credit system ha much to do
P. D. Armour, the man who control
the meat rupply of the United States:
"Want of knowledge as to the valne
of a dollar is one of the chief causes."
Dr. Franklin Miles, the great special
ist in nerve, brain, and heart disorders,
whose Restorative Nervine, New Heart
Cure, and other remedies are used all
"Over anxiety in their pursuit ha
much to do with it. The competition is
so strong and the race so exciting that
the strain becomes too great and col
lapse follows. A large number of my
patient are business men under middle
age, who suffer from nerve disorders in
duced by mental strain. A the knowl
edge of my restorative remedies in
creases, the percentage of business fail
ure will surely decrease."
Two Uvea Sttvcri.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told by her doctors
she had Consumption and that
there was no hote for her, but tw
bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery
completely cured her and she say
it saved her life. Mr. Thou. Kg
gers, lo'J Florida street, bun Fran
Cisco, Buffered from a dreadful col
approaching Consumption, trii
without result everything else then
bought one bottle of Dr. King
rvew Discovery and in two week
was cured. He is naturally thank
ful. Ii is such results, of which
these are samples, that prove the
wonderlul ellicacy of this medicine
in Coughs and Colds. Free trial
bottles at Drug Store. Regular
size ou cents and fl.
SASH and DOOR J'K, a'W
CTA PTDRY working inuchint rv ei
IMU V- Il I prepared l.i do all kin.
f wood work, (mch as l'Ynines, llrtickeN, MutildiiiL', mid all kin
f wood turning "t tho lowest possible M e FERGUSON
e uls carry n full line ol MAIN SUM',
Class futtinji .piickly done. ino'epenccnc'e.'or.
LITTLE F3LKE HOTEL,
Inilt'jH'iiclanco, Oropm. Clone to
railway stations, ntcamboat hui'lnng
atul tho buriint'HH part of tho vity
KiMungand Huiu-H for both trancient
and ju'iinanent guentn. .Service un
ritirjiarwtl. I a tea $1 to $2 jht Iay.
it jeiWx i
vm a I
f k&i 2 f
l'"-,v v ii 1.1,111, 1 Vl "l
... . ,
One Gives Relief.
It is so easy to be mistaken about
indigestion, and think there is some
Right Arm Paralyzedl
Saved from St. Vitus Dance.
"Our daughter, Blanche, now fif
teen years of age, had been terribly
afflicted with nervousness, and had
lost the entire use of her right arm.
We feared St. Vitus dance, and tried
the best physicians, with no benefit,
fane has taken three bottles of Dr.
Miles' Nervine and has gained 31
pounds. Her nervousness and symp
toms of St. Vitus dance are entirely
gone, she attends school regularly,
and has recovered complete use of
her arm. her appetite is splendid."
MKS. fc. K. BULLOCK. Brighton, N. T.
Dr. Miles' Nervine
Dr. Miles Nervine is sold on a
Wn aim to ai ry a Ih-oti'laHH HtCH-kff
W of I Iartlwurc, J m ploiiH'titH, Stove
Tinvniv,etc.,iipit(K'k that will moot tho
wanti-t ofour t pado.
SUPERIOR STOVES - -
WE HAVE RECEIVED
a now lot ol thoHo ntovon, for both
oookiiiir and hontintf purpoHOrt-
O.LL (b 5EE THEfl,
tho bunt, uroodm for tho loant money-
FRAZER & CATTRON t
Leave Portland Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays, 6:00 a. tn.
I,eave Independence Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridavs 0:.'W "
Leave Salem " " 7:45 "
Fast Time. Chean Rates.
I'laiit an advertisement in the E.n-
TKRPKIHK. No better advertisltnr
medium can be round. Ak thiwe who
ave tried It.
other trouble. The cure is Ripians I Air?rSAet!".rr"at-
Tabules. One tabule giyes relieti P,t1- P";f,a'). ? receiot of price
Ask .ay drosgbL I "- "" "''
Estes & Elkins,
All kinds of
The Kntkki'bihe Job oflloe Is equip
ped with everything neceasary for the
rapid printing of all kinds of ob work.
FirsUclaKS work guaranteed.
in or out of the city
Promptly attended to.
(JharflCS TeaSOn Ohio H0 by the week or month.
SALE and FEED STABLES.
KELIJEY cfe HOY, Props.
Huncesmirs to A. W. I)ockstder.
Styl- Aij-m, At
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