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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1902)
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AND WEST SIDE.
JNDKl'KNDKM'K, l'OLK COl'STY, i:K;o., j.t 'KM Hki J !'t2.
Generous Uncle Bill
Wi ll, (ho IH XI ijurxlloll "l the
tlocL.I," ventured I'ucle Hill ! Hi-Ill-.
U Ik hiiiiiiko liholit the HUpl'llea fur
the larder. II Ik Hi" housewife' w
i,iii. l n.iiliilttliiliitf the ' Brace of
tin' men (oik. Nw for wlmli'wmiK
jjioiti I. , prov-Wmi iiml toothnouie
liiliU- dollcni ! I'll wort you over to
C, I). Calhri a h, ho ci.imIuoU u well
iim. ntil uii'l eoiu.letel.V flocked kio
eery, here l ever hIiowii it varlci n
M.lilll. lll of lilt! IIIOHl lflllllllt
Ililnutto nit In town, wlione pulroi
come from every nook and cornel
In-mil'tout. Hint iivKiiinnlI.V for n re
(toll, M' rliupM llutl ihe.V Mrt'chitc the
iipiTor lloiU and wrect way I tint
cll!ti'ni'ti'rl,i Hut IiuhIihm dcalliiK 'f
(', , I'nllireiith. our lilt-awake mid
v,,-)t veined purveyor to llit larder."
,ii," Willi i iiti" H'ii. "i
you lo come with til now hihI get "'
ipiilnted whh " Knox, the linker
uml ijroivr, Voiirnu get everything
on in i d fur theihlutteliwct, there loo.
lie Mippllc 111111 hitiillle with "good
tlilnn t'x-iii" than any man In town.
Kii.. In the fellow llial'a going t" fur
nUh the hreinl, cake and paMrlc for
your r---)li t 'Ht week. Me l not
euntent with making un Maple article
only, l ot oIiowh uriiMnallty In making
mi. I olltiiiig to mi H.Hii liitlve fnniily
timli'lliM iiHtnl lnothtiue and dalnly
thing in cuke mnl pantries, a well n
tlo" moM wholesome h ml palatable
oread. Hence It. II. Knox not only
H 11 lukT tint B tt grocer, llli Well, Iltt"
won goodly fhtirc o( the tiiiHhifn, la-
mI.Iih the liivorof the trade. HItoek
of gnceile I ever clean mnl complete
mid Id place of hiilnt lctcak hi
tad for these cluweii Itraiielie.
"Coin aero here a minute, I want
to m If J.' M. Mel'aleh ha (lulKhfd
luy iiifturcn yrt. Ilif Im'ijiiii 1umIiiik
Iimi'Iii istmmiil lm twtoome wll mil
favorMlily known mm coiiiluctliiK iiiiiMif
Urn tlrxt mid Into ntuillon of till" county
1 1 1 kIii. II. 1 1 con veil It'll l ly mrmK'l lor
tlm comfort nf lib vihIIoih mnl contiu
mnv HH'climtiiH ill IiIhowii iriKlu('llon
which uovcr (hi! to Intercut lover of
trno itrt iiml timieiikn liu prnlU'lcucy
h u holnKt!tlilo nrtmt. The opcriit
liiK tfwrt tuctit in well lighted unit
In eUled with (jimm! mid Hpiroprlte
iipplliiiiwH Hint hence w ith III? VBrled
exierlence Hint K'hkI fucllltieH lie Uful
(lllinu til wlndnu niiml iicwptBhly to
nh eXHCtluB public, lie l nn
ngrceuule limn to meet, retimrked
fncle I1 1 1.
'There Ih one thhutniore helore we
HiiIhIi wllh the lanhr," icniindcd
fncle Hill. "Now nlmilt. mit Juloy
freh mid cured lueutH mid kindred
thin I'll tUe you to ii well-ordered
limrkt't tn nil reHpectH. It In tun by
Hpcillnsr Hiok. Thece bn.VB," ftiid
t'liclii Hill, "re wlde-Bwuke, who
mipplythe townsfolk with Ihe'ohoie
et there l' every day In the yeur.
wlnwe eH'orU Hci-iii to be in Inn niony
with an exacting mid Iodk IImI of pat.
i-oin.'' Unclii Hill IhukIiciI to B.'e the
Iiovh Imtidle the clever and naw Willi
dexterity, hut his ciiiinteiiKUce Kicw tt
llttln Hi rimiH when hcKtated In lunula
takulilc IcniK lhat he wanted the very
chiil'.'CKt ciiIh delivered nl hll home,
"S iy, come in here," mild Uncle Hill
to the yoiiiiK couple, "and meet my
gonial iiciUnlntince A. H Locke, the
dni(.'glt. It Ih very neitmiiy (or you
to he in touch with a good drill? entiib
llMhiueut mid i eonipeteiil, palustak
Ing )iiencripti.iiit, A. K. l.ucke haa
been lining my preHrrlplioiH for years
and I want you to cuine In wild kcc IiIh
neat ami well Brraii(eil t(iid well
Btoi-ked pliaruiacy, wliele the (iriiBX,
iiieilu'lucM, hiiiiilrieH hikI Kltiilivd ar
Helen are noticeably rlrnn uml frexh nil
the ycBr armi'id i ..' reet dealing aud
lroiu,ii Hiteuii. ii to ill want of h'
pil M. 118 Imvi- -jivt ii A. s. Ii 'i-ke ffl
ugewlilitli- 1 1 mle III low .1 :iiiu I Hi
count iy arn'iii i .
8iin-e i't ele Hill lias tii'-d I in.m-lf
out walking the Intnl. ly -Hiie'i, he
geek an easier and iiune tiigi.illeil
method of Irmicporttttiiiu Htidoije more
III kieplug with IiIh other modea of hv
lug - hence he at once makea trackn fm
H. M. Wude A- Co,' earrhige mid Ini
ph ineiii n'po.iiory. I'iicIm Hill evinced
much uiixloiiMiicM while Mr. A. J.
(iooilmaii, the Biiuye bimnicwi ma .uger,
showed hllii over lllit buy anil Weil
onleled preutUeH aud wa Iml long HI
placing mi order for a nuhhy and mil-,
fctaiiliiii Clark buggy with Iron u..rnr,
Itllitl w ith rubbvr Urea ami Hie many
iiiodi rn di-vlciM that add to the coin
f tit o( tliu Up to-diite pleiniiiie vehicle.
It. M. Wade A Co. me perhiipH the
largiKt ilealera in vehicle and Imple
ments In the hlate, bhi. ted Uncle Hill.
'I'helr I'tirilaml houae eoyern a hole
block, although the collection hernia
Jilt aa complete, t'ncle Hill conclud
ed hla iurchaaca with a Huahfotd
w ugoii for hia ranch.
"I!y the way," remarket! Uncle Hill,
aalhey reached llutalleel, "I inilat run
over to the luilf ieiiilcuce National
ituiiK ii ltd el another check bunk;
i-tiuie along w ith me and meet the
preMdciit hihI eaahler. Thla la the
bank for you t oh-u your account
with ami It proper for you to l In
troduced by ome one well known to
the hank, 'fhey are agreeable people
lo tin bualueaa with, ever ready to ex
tend any pourteay, i-omputlhh) with
Bound bauklng ruha. It la olllcered
by competent uml eoiiaervallve men,
with n working capital of t-jO.UOO, do
iiig a general banking buKlneaa in tin
trueat eii of the term. It IK need lea
to nay I hut Harry haa Hindu Ida de
pond ami opened tt regular acoouut
with the Independence National
"Having arranged for the aurrey,
the neM thing In line la a act of good
double liariicn and the ueeeiwary
trapping for It, a we'll go III and aee
W. H. Craven, our live maker mid
ib alcr in 'liorae mid niulu millinery ,'
where la alwaya ahown tiohby, artialle
ami mibhtaiitial ejl'ecla In hurnew mid
widdlery mid kltured ihltign m leather
giHida for either plesaure or hualnesa
wrvlce. Any fair minded man will
appreciate the efforts lie pulaforlh to
pleaxe hla hoot of eualomera who come
from far ami near," allinned I noic
"(Hi, yea, Uncle, you were to take tut
for a drive." "Yea, yea, I whh, aud
l it keep my word too." Jiwl then a
pair of apirlted aleeil uttuched to u
aulmtiinllal and attractive aurrey, with
flue Irappiuga very apparent, drew up
in front ol the Imtel. "Thai rig came
from J. W. IhckliiMiu'a atahlea," re
marked Uncle Kill, aa lie It oked it
over, "our ftutnch and well-known
liveryman lieie. It i a well ordered
livery, Bale and feed stables, com
nioilloim with every comfort for 'man'
best friend,' where i kept good ve
hicle for all ue mid good horaew, too,
Ii; eluding Home 'high nteppeis;' It la
Ihiftklnd of hiialncaa etl'ort that hat
brought Mr. Dlckiuaon into gtMitl
ftamllng with tho public."
Hhortly lifter leaving the hotel for a
whopping tour Ilettie anked to he di
rected to n nillliuery ntore. "You tuat
mentioned it in time," rejoined Unci?
Hill, who led the way Into Mia. W.
M. Wnllaoe'a millinery and fancy
gmitla attire, where tho name new ef
fects appear slmultaiieouHly with Paris
nntt metropolitan American cities.
"So zealously does the ancouipliahed
niUiner, Mrs. Wallace, gu.ird the in
terests of her clientele. The attractive
lines of millinery, fancy good and
Christmas iiotlona were so tasty and
d iinty that Heltie soon succuinhed to
an exquisite hat, adding many articles
In latlifs fancy gootls before concluding
Uient Scott, Harry, w here did you
get thatanipe you are Binoklng there?
Tlmt'a about the worst weed that ever
(nine In contact with my olefactory
nerve. Throw It away and cotno with
me in here to Davidson A Hedges
elg ir store and get a gentlemau a
smoke. The connoisseur sin I lea with
delight when looking over the varied
and select lines of cigars, tobacco and
smokers' Roods that Davidson &
Hedge show, our leading dealers
here, and It Is the 'good goods' and
eorrect dealing with trade that has
given tliciii pr a'.le with the smoker.
our Introduction to niu- cuni uce,
anitl Uncle Hill, won't 1.0 complete uu-1
til you've visited th Olegoll .Milling j
& Waiel.otue Co. 1 1 exUl the C n - i f IS
aummitilon of ilitfllirift tr K. H. Juiini-!
won and aaocltt a. Jf comae ymi w ill
Mtioii hear your iicw-fornn d a i(U.int
ancea apeik of llie "J'l ide Oftliegoli."
Ill the but'lnta arena of Intleen
ilence la Ihe 1 iiii.(.i)iiduuiit) Creamery
which utigiueiila In a ilei'lded way her
bliai'li-aa Inlej ala. 1 tl lact II la .ald to
ho the Is t mraiigotl and equipped
creamery In Oregon w ith Bpploved ap
pliance for making butter and cheese,
haiitlUui! the product from over .ViO
town, from w hich is luadu the now !
wrll-kliown "(tilt Kdga Hotter" ud!
"Full Cream Chei ae" that have talieu tw
their plat ea in the market tiy the aidef y.;
..l .......I, ...l..r hruiiita. I III! "llilritV BlllJ
t,othhomene" of the brands 111 ques
tion tai.ng eulotisly guardtt by I lie
experienced owuer ai'itl director pt the
lutlcieiitlence Creamery, K. C. Kid
ritlge. Ihia inatltuliou is a much
prized adjunct lo our town and com
munity. It la allording a aoiitue of In
come to the farmer that was hitherto
not access Me to them.
l'erhapa the latest udditioil iu the
mercantile Held ol Independence la the
one lauiichwl a few week ago by 'A. A.
(iray, leumlUed Uuclo Hill, a comr
mission merchant aud aa exponent of
Hour, feed atull's, seeds, poultry, hup
plits, etc., tMrcupyiiig eligible ud
roomy quartern. Air. Urny exhibit
ing a gotai assortment of clean, fresh,
merchaiilaolo lines, aud o cloisely al
lied are tin; two department of hla
business to the townamau and rancher
alike, Hint such a man at the head of a
house hko tnis subserves, the belter in
teleoUol uoth the producer aud eou
auiner. As a comiiihudou luerchaut tie
la lu a positiou Ui handle to berft ad
vantage the fuiiu products for '.he far
mer since uv cau keep in much oloaor
toucll with tlieuiarketa than the pro
ducer hhuaelf can. itiel , i the other
huud, he lias for sale sucti coiuuioditles
aa the mucher ueetta. Mr Uray lias
both n g.'owing trade aud acquaint
ance. "Toe craving ol the inner man for a
templing menu is made happy at llie
most ii. v Ring mid well conducted City
lteHtauiaul, w hich cater ty those who
prefer a tempting aud palatable meal
and served by polite aud experienced
wallers. The furuishlugs and euvir
onmcuutc ml), ned w ith Al service all
contribute tu llie comloi t ol guests and
render eve.i tlie ellleatease while par
taking of a legular or vpecial meal.
The mew fact that Joseph Wiuu &
rtun are associated with the house is
proof siilticieiit thai retiued folk or
eveu an t-picuro will be amply pleased
with the service."
"In late years the subject of scienti
fic horncsUoing has been much dis
cussed and justly so," asserted Uuele
Hill, ''In uiaiiy states, nowuday'a,
one must liuld a diploma iu order lo
conduct a horatshoiug business; but,"
said he, "we have an exponent of t Ii.n
important branch,, that is shoeing
horses alang scieutilic lines. I uiduu
Thos. Keiuieli, conducting a well
lilted and busy shop where only skill
ed urtisans ttio devotiug their time to
this special line of business, . thus af
fording the public good facilities and
scieutilic methods In caring for 'mail's
best friend.' Mr, Fennell does as well
general blaeksiuithiug aud wagou aud
"Iu uu line of business is the public
more dependent upon men of prompt
ness ami a strict sense of duty thau
the funeial director aud embalmer.
Here," remarked Uuele -Kill Incident
ally, "we have H. H. Jaspersou, who
is associated with this important and
ludispensihle branch of business, aud
eince he has shown tact and proven
himsult tilted for the duties attuudiug
his chosen .avocation or profession, he
haa attained the confidence of his
clientele as an undertaker and em
balmer, making It a rule to look close
ly after the details iu person of all
busiuesa lull listed to hiiu. H. H. Jas
persou has a good acquaintance aud a
-"v j2!t '5 'US 'i li 5i ! S -y
I ahvavh acct.'i'talilf-
For Cnristnias Presents
For the fiiK-Kt iim ever brought to tuwii
A. S. Locke,
The Independence Druggist.'
! Sale at
ami Harness for
I am making a specially of
breeding I.lue Andalusiiin chickens) poo(j g horse, perfectly gen
ami I think they are the best egg ; tie; can he driven by anyone, to
uiachine on earth. Thev aie quite ,' fe'ther h ith buggy and barney, for
.... ,, .,.,! ealj at half price. Inquire at thu
a bit larger than the Leghorns ami , jce
a gi'iHl as the I'iymouth Kocke. '
I bought toy slock of Klein, whose; Tor Sale,
birds cupturetl all x.fthe prizes for; A gtock of general mde with
this bred at the at ate fair and they i stQre buildingsand reMdence in
are aa good as any in the utate. ; th WHlltrj; etock win invoice
I hnve one cck and fix cock- j ubout m Adtlress j Care
erels for sale, and will have eggs in j jrXTKRI,KIE 0ffiCe
season. Now is the time to buy
vour roosters. Write lor particu-i
Oregon. U ...THE
4- - -
sto.k.1, ,,,t, u-Hionntoutl) Eaundry
Notice is hereby given that the ;
annual meeting of the stockholders j 4 H-1. WHITMAN, Prop,
of the Independence National Bank; 4 Should have your Work.
will be held on Tuesday, January ! 4 . , ,
..,,. ., , , nl Washing called for and de-
13, lSJO:), between the hours of 10 ljverej.
a. tn. and 4 p. m., at the Bank, for Washing called for on Tues-
the purpose of electing a Board of; 4 day and delivered on Hatur-
Directors and the transaction of day
such other business as may come ; UJCFK GUaTtMtCvd.
Udore toe meeting. 1 4
V. . Ikvink, t;afhier.
Dated this 3d day of Dec 1510:5.
1 of R
y 0oofi$ S
Contiuued on page'.
As we are crowded for space we can
not artbnl to carry over our holiday
roods go have decided to close them
out regardless of cost. We call your
attention to our Albums ot which
we have a large stock. We have cut
them to the following ridiculously
$4.50 Albums $2.90
0.75 " 2.30
3.50 " 2.20
2.50 " -....I 1.55
2.00 " 1-15
All the remaining goods must go at
'a similar reduction. You cannot
afford to miss this opportunity.
Simpson Bros., Monmouth.