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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1895)
MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAI L and
LOWEST BATK8 AND PKST PKRYICK TO
AND FROM AM. POINTS IN TIIK
I'NITKD STATUS, CANADA
FINEST DIN I NO CARS THE MOST COM
FORTABLK KIKST AND SECOND
CLASS Sl.EKI'l.Vti CARS FRKK
COLONIST SI.KKHSO CARS.
CANADIAN r-ACIFIC RAILWAY COS
MAIL STEAMSHIP MNR TO
CHINA AND JAPAN.
FINEST STEAMERS ON PACIFIC COAST.
SIMM ON S
CANADIAN AISTRAI.IAN STEAMSHIP
LINE TO HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
AND M:w ZEALAND.
Save money by cwlllnnn-.i or writing to
ED. CLODFILTEK, Afrant
Allan Cameron. A:j'iit,
1-1 j First St . Portland, Ore
GOOD FOR EVERYBODY
Almost evervboJv take some laxative
medicine to cleanse the system and keep the
Mood Pure. Those who Like bIMMONS
LlVfcR RtGULATOR (liquid or powder)
Ret all the benefits of a mild and pleasant
laxative and tonic that purifies the Mood
and strengthens the whole system. And
more than this: SIMMONS LlVbR REGU
LATOR regulates the Liver, keeps It active
and healthv, and when the Liver Is In
TIIK I'OLK COUNTY 1MIF.SS.
New Horns and editorial l'
Knim Hi IHiIIhs Otisrrvtr.
A few mom cases of scarlet foyer
are r. jorted in tow n,
Mr, Waller Williams is now
studying dentistry with Dr. M.
Nine marriage licenses were
granted in l'olk county during the
Mr. V. C. Wills, ofPrincvil
was calling on Dallas friends dur
ing the week.
Dallas Camp, Woodmen of the
orld, is prosiioriitir. Seven new
members were initiated. Wednesday
Several Dallas voting eonIn at
The modern stand
ard Family Medi
cine : Cures the
ills of humanity.
E. McNEILL, Reeiver.
GIVES THE CHOICE Or
ood condition vou find yourself free from tend oil the mvmuI il.ii,, i I
italaria. Biliousness. Indigestion, Sick-
ii . i. C. -..l ... I I .1 H "in wit maun auu ivilillt a
nrauamc anu v.iiiui'Jiiuit, auu nu ui i ; i .
that worn out and debilitated feeling, ,'!" umo-
1 hese are all causea ry a siucKisn Liver. r. t n a .i i :.. ...
P..HV1 Jlration anJ freedom from stoma.h " v: -'. " Ju1 return-
tmnhlM uill onlv he had when the liver "m A tew Week..' Visit to Kit!
Is properly at work. If troubled with any villo, Wash., and reports business
oi tnese complaints, rrv ai.n.nuiNs. livi-k pretty slow in that rountry. Mr.
REGULATOR. 1 he king of Liver Medl- Adams mivs he thinltn wl...l I t
cines, and Better than Pills. " .V Vii .! V .
"'v'v ui i no it itutiut'iiu aiiey, and
less oi that country.
Thanksgiving Day was approit-
riately ohserved in Dallas. Exer
cises were conducted at the Presby-
Has the Z Stamp In mm! on wrapper.
J. H. ZelUn & Ck, l'hlla-. Pa,
LflOAl MARKFT RFPflRT. t.Tin church by the pastor. Kev
vieo. t lineman, a piuiiio uitiner
was given by the women of the
CorrwU-dwiH-ltlybySUrOixwry. Christian church, and at th i K.
church in the evening the Epworth
Chickens 1.S0 t 2.50 Hr do. I League rendered an excellent pro-
Side Bacon 7 ot c 1 ifram.
Shoulders (ii "o.
Hams 10 of K'c
l-jird 7 (' No
Cabbage . '..c
Fall liultcr Pears. .
ytter plants lc
Dallas C-nnp No 205). Woodmen
if thn U'.trLI l'.l.,.,u,l...,
.- I ..V'. .v., vi, II VUIHH'I iljf r . V 1 1
Im. B ' loiiownig ouicers- v;.,
lb. L.. Jiutipari!; Ad., . K. Cravet
bu. Banker, T. O. Hutchinson; Clerk,
"II. I'llhtHV ,nrt W IJ..li.
I,U ,..-v.., . ... iFlll,
.M.I V ... ,
lb. atctinian, i. .v xxls: Sentry.
bu. AI Dray; Physician. Dr. YV. S. Cary;
imnn nurd i I, in , i
H) I rv ' ' 1 lo, . V'. VII lll'
, from the ihtllua Ilomiier,
ton A Stan creek BAWtiiill hflfi nrdera
" for 200,000 feet of ush lumber.
A ICeninikulile Kcconl.
Wetjuote fnuu the Oiegonian:
A Japanese paper slates that the
villagers of llauke, in the prefect
ure of Kochi, have hii-n "honored"
with the sum of 100 yen by the im
perial household department, for
their unusually good conduct as a
Ixtdy. Their record is a long one.
For over two hundred years, sav
the journal in ipicslimi, erloci
friendliness has reigned among
them, neither quarrels not law
suits hit vi ir ixvurred. No crimen:
any kind lias been committed; tax
ealiave been paid Ix'fore the expi
ration of the appointed term, am
whenever calamities have over
taken them, thn villagers have
helped each other mid have not
troubled the authorities Die vil
lage contains SO houses and be
tween -100 and .r00 inhabitants
None of the vices practiced in
I hristian communities are known
in llauke, and the missionaries
ought to stay away, and let thix
Oriental Arcadia alone.
bell, D. B. McDonald.
When Babjr wag dek, m gave her Cutorla.
When the was a Child, she cried for Caatoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria
When the had Children, she gave them Cartoria
OO'S SHORT ORDER HOl'SE,
Open at all hours
DINNER lark 9 LOCH from ads, np.
Oysters kept constantly on
Private boxes for parties.
East side of Main Street,
LOW RATES TO ALL
every 5 days lor
For tall details call on O. R. A O. Agent
T, M. O. POTTER, Independence, Or.
Indepenclenc;e, - Ore-
W. H. HURLBURT,
Gen. Pans Aeent.
Thos.P, Oaks, Henry C. Paine, Henry C. Ronse,
PACIFIC R. R.
: DRESS MAKING
Goff and Goff.
JasMlarris, out on the Big Luck-
iamute, dried about 10,003 oounds
Irving Wilkes was brought before
Recorder Robinson and fined 10
for breach of peace.
Miss Minnie Austin is now teach
ing in the La Creole academy, the
attendance having so increased as
to gwe I rof. .Zanders more work
than he could do.
While making apple butter the
dress of Mrs. Enes caught fire and
the hands of both herself and her
husband were badly burned ih ex
tinguishing the flames.
Mrs Elizabeth Fawk. who set
tled on Salt creek forty four years
ago. died at her home near Eola
November 17th, aged 77 years and
was aid to rest in the Salt Creek
buryme ground beside her husband
and his brother, John Fawk. who
died years ago. Her two youngest
sons, Henry and Wallace were
born at the Salt Creek homestead.
In life she did what she could and
her children have been following
her mdst worthy example.
About 100 persons attended last
Saturday's shooting match. Most
of the shooting was at clay pigeons
from spring traps with shotguns,
hut some preferred rifle shots at a
target. Thirty live turkeys were
won by the best shooters. " George
Conkey, Wm, Stumpand Mr. Starr.
of McCoy, each carried off four.
Gen. Grant and Alvis Lynch three
a piece, 4he remaining dozen being
won by as many different persons.
(Jol.l Output In Oregon'.
No accurate data can Ixt had
with which to solve the ouestion us
to the annual gold output of the
state of Oregon. From the Ust
data obtainable, however, it nii-
roximates 2,000,000. The dilli
ulty in reaching a conclusion
arises from the fact that the gold is
shipped out to different parts of
the country, and by dillerent chan
nels. Much of it gies by express
and some by mail. No data is to
tie had from which to ascertain the I
amount shipped through the post-
mice. Again, much of the gold
iroduct of the state goes to the
he I by .Smelting Company, at Sun
raneiseo, whence it ultimately
tenches the mint and is credited to
California. About $1,000,000 is
annually produced in Southern Or
egon. About $1(10,000 is annually
sold to the bank and merchants at
Grants Pass. Oregon Mining
for Infants pud Children.
MOTHERS, Do You Mqw ,Mr.
Ilatrmsn'i ImS ttwtft)f' Cwillsl, litsnjf autallrd MMn( ttMf
must reniedln ftir vhllitmi at imiihioI of oulum ut Wui,l,in,f
yr Vrtts Know Ihsl wiluia and n'lilnt at alHryiii( uatvuilv laSa,,
Ho yon Know thai la suml narnlf Irs diUUstt mA xtaml luxUauwj,
wllbuul UIkIiii Hi'"" pulinir
l You Know Ihsl ytKi sntaitd Ut penull any mxlUlu ht U giv,
alras yoti ur yuur uhysMsa kutxa ol whal It la cuntpuasd f
no Yon Know lhal Caslmla la purely vrlalils prrparalkm, sad iba ,
Its InyisdKiiU la publuhed wllh every hSIli t
tin Von Know Ihsl Csaltwls Is Ins iimrtlidUm oflh Isiikhm tr. Samael HwUt
Thai It has been In uw f'f nearly llilily yraia, sud Dial Mur Castuda U 8waal4i
ofsll other rrtuctllra ht chlldien cwtnlMunl t
Ho Vow Know Ihsl lh l-slnil OITln Irarlnienl o( Ih I'nllfd Slslcs.sa4T
other cuunlttca, hats tuued tscluslv right lu l. I'lUhsr and Ms aaalgns la us Ins
I'natorlM" and lis formula, and Ihsl to Imitate them Is a slat (hImmi oAVnaer
Ito Yon Know lhal one of lh reasons for rmln this guwrnnimt (xMentei
was un-aus Catiurta hs.l Ixen .rvo lab ishaolwlvly bnriulvaaT
ti Yon Know lhal J J MvcratfV doaea vt Cast ml at fiiruUa4 IW
mil a, ur ouc ceul a da t
no Vbii Know lhal hea aeuelilhls i fet I'"OslU, viwrthlMrTaaMy
t k. pt well, sud lhal uu rusy hstr uiilmiken reel r
Vrll, Ities llilnm ar wurth sauwlng. They at fsrts.
The fric-ilinl , tr,, , "
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
The IHscovcay Saved Ills Life
Mr. (r. Caillouette, druggist, Bea
vrsville, III., savs: 'To Dr. King's
New Discovery I owe my life. Was
lateen with Ladrippe and tried all
the ihy.iciuns lor miles about, but
ot no avail and was given up and
told I couldnot live. Having Dr.
King's New Discovery in my ntore I
sent for a bottle and la-gan its use
and irom the lust dose began to get
Detter, ana alter using three bottles
was up and about again. It is worth
its weight in gold. We won't keen
siore or nouse without it. Get a
free trial at any Drug Store.
One Oil en ItclUf.
It is so easy to be mistaken about
indigestion, and think there is some
other trouble. The cure is Kipians
Tabules. One tabulo gives relief
Ask any druggist.
LITTLE F1L3CE HOTEL,
Inilfju'iiilutico, Oregon. CI oho to
ruihvuv tatiiii)8, Hti'ainhout lftii'lsnjr
niul tho htisiiu-sn jmrt of tho city
iJiioMisnnd huitcH for both trancit-nt
ami iKTinamnt piesta. SiTvico un
Hiirpassi'tl. HattH $1 to 2 jt day.
J. M. 5TLlCr, f1i.ilSQER
35ViMiim to miTy a Ili-nt-olaHH Htcwltf
w ofl Iniilwaio, hnph'iiuMitH, Stovosi ffl
J iiivai-o,i.tc.,HHlock that Will numt tho
witntst ofour trmh.
WE HAVE RECEIVED
a new lot of thnsu .
''ANTON and SCOTCH CMI'I'KK STKKh VLOWH
u.d IlISSKLLt'HlhLKI) ri.OWS, guaranteed tvjusl
my chilled plow on the market.
FRAZER & CATTRON t
A .H.IUMHIUUll I,
AVe are prepared to do dress
4. making in the latest styles, and
J guarantee satisfaction. Pronipt J
service and reasonable charges,
Dress Cutting-and Fitting-.
Cor. Railroad and D fits, f
rTPrnr-viT-vnti n ri.....
P. H. Murphy, Prop
ill Kinds will
FOSTON and all
POINTS EAST and S0UTB
..rST. lnfonatl'n. time cards, maps and
tickets, call on or write
W. II. IIAWLEY, Agrent,
A. D.CHARLTON. Asst. Gen. Pasn.Agt.
o. 25, Morrison Street, Corner Third 8t.,
When stately chrysant hemums am
their prime, Christmas thoughts are
the air; and happy combination of both
in Demorest's Magazine for December
makes it an ideal Christmas r.nmber.
fag-e after pace of handsome illustration
depict various phases of Christmas pleas
ureuvnnu a umeiy article on "Hie In
iant Christ in Legend and Art," embel
iished with numerous and beautiful ra
productions of the Madonnas by modern
puuuem, K'ves some curious eeends
about a virgin-bom saviour that exist
in ail the religions of the Kast. Thr
is a superbly illustrated paper on the At-
runr r i r r lanta Exposition : stories bv uilbert Par-
irf.ni r - -i i 1 1- i i. ., ,i i u "
- M . nil Cilia UllriJI I 1 it I Mill Mill Hill, I, IV 1 111!
iiL-uon i mere are unristmas poems, and
lots of sujnfestions about Christmas irifts
and entertainments, and every one of
me aepanments is replete with timely
ana vaiuaoie iniormaiion. in addition
to all tuns, there is the beautiful picture
of "Chrysanthemums." a nerfect repro
duction of tfie water-color by the emi
nent artist Paul de Loncrnre. which is
given as a Christmas supplement. Every
one who possesses the lovely "Yard of
I'ausies" and "Yard of Koses" needs
this to complete a trio of pictures that
cannot De surpassed lor decorative effect ;
and anyone may obtain it, also a De
cember number of Deulorest s, by cut
ting out this notice and sending it,' with
twenty cents in stamps, to the address
below. The original painting of "Chrys
anthemums," which is valued at $1,000,
is to be given to the person who, prev
ious to April 1, 1896, obtains for Demo
rest's Magazine the greatest number of
subscribers. This is an unprecedented
offer, full particulars of which are given I
In i fiR I wvp m rr nntnh.r TbmnrMt'.
is published for 12 a year, by the Demo,
rest Publishing Company, 110 Fifth Av
enue, New York.
The best of
turned out od
A share of your palronage
Main street, - Independence
City : Feed : Stable.
Eu Johnson, Prop.
Horses fed by the day,'
week or month . Tran
sient stock left in onr
care will be well at
tended to. Charges
Main St.. - Independence.
Palpitation of the Heart
Shortness of Breath, Swelling;
of Legs and Feet.
"For about four years I was troub
led with palpitation of the heart,
shortness of breath and swelling of
tne legs ana reel. At times 1 would
faint. I was treated by the best phy
sicians in Savannah, Ga., with no re
lief. I then tried various Springs
without; benefit. Finally, I tried
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
also his Serve and Liver Pills. After
oeginmno to take them I felt better! I
continued takinpr them and I am now
in better health than for many years.
Since my recovery I have gained fifty
pounds in weight. I hope this state
ment may be of vaiue to some poor
E. B. SUTTON, Wars Button, Ga.
Dr. Miles HonrtOara lsaoM on a posltlTa
guarantee that the Brut bottle will benefit.
All druKKlsta sell ltatll, 6 bottles for 16, or
it will be sent, prepaid, on receipt of price
bj the lit. Miles Medical Co., Elkaart, lui.
SALEM, PORTLAND w
Leave Portloud Tuesdays, Thursday, and Saturday-, - 6:00 a. m.
1-ave Independence Mondays, Wednesdays and Kridavs (i:.10 "
Leave Salem " .
Fast Time. Ohean "Rates.
SALE and FEED STABLES.
L. KEJXEY, Proprietor.
Buocessors to A. W. Docksteader.
Styl- M At
ish 'fliV all
Before Subscribing for a Magazine
SEE THE BEST,
AN UNPARALLELED OFFER.
DKMORKHT'H f?ir-p luM i,
Good turnouts for Commercial men
Horses boarded by the week or month.
Demorest's Magazins pree
And what s mmn It In! Kor I KM l , , .
mora brilliant than .v.r lii-fV,ra N- "
me.il, ,, melh.,.1,, new Idea. y?.VL "'"'--
celehr.lsrt pLAurs uf a m u, .nV.
adorn th walls rtn mn.t rennJrf h "rt,7 f"
alHrn.ed that liKMo It Tw'n u .1 h nm- "
k... "' "Trent eveni. ,i ,u "," ,h.
llit.ret fur all wil.. Z.7.L " of
dsushlere ha "Ulers and
lnstrurtth:m. .W?.?Un f"
T ha au...... . . . . .
cover tli.. h .,1 "'"nieisaihr ISH and loss w.ll '
ths Bnet Mira,,, ,,.7 I,, """"slert wllh
Ush tne best S l..l??j:'-'"M "''n- 1 l Pl-
nor Tain fhr your niuaejr than Ills ponlbltlo
w?ur In an olh.r uiasasln..
Th. Msifsrins on Ttr for 3 00.
Or in uionihs for . .100.
0r ?.w .lim-reni srmsnls are shown sa B r'.
iwllerns nl all of wlilrh ar nlialnslle br
a,-rllmra at 4r e. h. Hauipl eojiy (wllh palMra
' "i ' iwiii ,or loo,
mi Kirih itruua, New Yfirk.
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only pi ron
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and SEM0BE8T1 7 A KILT If AOAZIKX.
Bend Tour Inbsoriptions to this Offlo.
All kinds of
as navs oor snba,-rlnti. ..
in or out of the city
Promptly attended to.