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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1903)
Dr. Damn's work i piling up In
Buoh voluuum Unit he i compiled
to prolong hi vittit in Albany.
This eminent ami far famed spec
ialist has met with Buch an iiu
, nienso volume of business aiuee
' c':uing to Albany that he finds
it necessary to prolong his visit
until December 1 only. It i a
source oi gratification, to the doc
tirV friends to know bis skill Is
being so well and appreciatingly
taxed. His patients are coming
from all parts of Oregon and iu all
cases a benefit fo cure is effected.
The doctor's skill is becoming so
well known and his cured patrotib
so pleutiful that his name is becom
ing a household treasure in hun
dreds of homes in t his vicinity.
The following recommendations
from such men so well known as
Mr. Kacey, MrvVan Osdol are one
of the strangest reasons why people
should Iook into the merits of Dr
Damn's cures. Dec. I will pos
itively be his last day heVe and all
contemplating visiting him will do
well to call 6oon as some may need
a second treatment.
MR. r. A. KACEV'S CARD
To the Editor: In 1903 I was
almost totally deal in one ear,
I was couaciled then to try Dr.
Darrin practicing in Portland.
His treatment cured me perfectly
and permanently so I have never
been troubled eince. I was success
fully treated for catarrh. I have
the utmost confidence in the Doctor's
mode of treatment by electricity
and will gladly tell any oie of my
success at Jefferson. Or.
P. A. lU-ry.
A SALEM MAN' S TESTIMONIAL.
To the Editor: Seeing so much
in your paper concerning Dr.
Damn's cures, I was peruuded to
try him on my (laughter, wbo t'ad
been afllicted with a distressing
discharge of the ear and partial
deafness for the past four years.
Under the doctor's mode of treat
ment she is healed. I reside at the
corner of Commercial and Massion
sts. Salem, and an engineer in the
Capital Brewery. Refer to me at
either place. J. G. Van Osdol.
DB. DARRIN'S PLACE OF BOMXESS.
Dr. Darrin can be consulted free
from 10 to 5 o'clock daily; evening
7 to 8, Sunday 10 to 3, at Rerere
Hotel Albany until Dec. 1.
The doctor makes a specialty of
all disease" of the eye, ear, nose
and throat, catarrh, deafnass, bron
chitis, la grippe, heart, liver, blad
der and kidney diseases, or those
who suffer from apathy and indiff
erences; also genito-uniary and
skin diseases in eithir sex. such as
blood taints, seminal weakness and
lost yigor, varicocle and stricture.
Vagaries of a Lot of IteligrtauM
In an article on the subject of
progressive liberty, recently pub
lished in an European review,
Count Tolstoi refers to the
Doukhobros, or spiritwrestlers,
. as models of the highest moral
ity. They are undoubtedly
among the most zealous of mod
ern religionists; and, like all re
ligious extremists, they are dis-
tJIcktl SUru Cut
TxxWy Cuarantti J
lar mi tr
M ii)Um(, aoru.
Ttse New England
r'w Ycffc. Ctkf.M
posed nt times to give curious
expressions to their faith which
5ets at defiances all rules of pro
priety, common decency nnd
sane life. An exhibition of tlii
kind has just oeenred in Man
itoba, whore ft strong settlement
of Poukhohors is established.
Several hundred of their women,
iliversed of ;ilt their clothing,
started ou ft pilgrimugo to search
for Jesus. They march in their
nude condition across the prairie,
singing their strange hymns, ab
andoning their husband, child
ren nnd homes in the fervency
of their religious zeal. The en
treaties and commands of the
mnlo members of the settlement
to return to their homes fell up
on deuf ears, nnd whips hud to
bo applied vigorously to their
shoulders and bodies, to bring
tlu-in to a realizing seiw of their
domestic obligations and exact
from them a promise to relin
quish their vain search and re
turn to their homes.
This is the second exhibition,
of their fanaticism which the
Doukhobors have given since
their settlement in Manitoba.
Last October the entire Douk
hobors population, numbering
some 7000 persons, abandoned
their homes, farms, stock audi
unharvested crops, bent on a
similar hopeless quest to that un
dertaken by those nude women,
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and it wus with thogreatent dull
.culty thut ihoprovoneinl n tla4r
Uiiea succeeded them t return
! to the settlement.
Tolosti's special regnra ior
these misguided religion I''1"
aticsh easily explained. I'l"0"1
him they have received u
formulation of the three fund
rnental tenets of their fuith,
namely, community of goods,
the non-shedding of blood, which
influences them to refrain from
eating animal food, and non-resistance
to wrongs, which liu
marked the career of this partic
ular sect of Christians since its
organization in tho seventeenth
century. In Husjsiti the sett
became exceedingly troublesome
to Iho Government. The young
Doukhobors refined to give mil
itary service. They were scourg
ed, exiled t" Siberia ly the thous
and executed in great numbers,
all to no purpose. When they
were reduced to a more remnant
of their former strength, Tolstoi
raised n subscription for their
removal to America and 7000 (
them landed in Canada and were
allowed u grant of l.'O.Ooo acres
in upper Winnipeg by the Pom-
inion Government, where they
are now located. Subsequently
California narrowly escaped the
aflliction of their presence, as
tho land departnientof the South
ern i'aciiic Compuy about two
years ago opened negotiations
for their removal to that state
Fortunately, tho effort was fruit
less. Religious, like l.nik hoburs,
have in all ages been given to
'unseeiningly excess in the ex
uberance of their zeal. liven
the Crusaders, who wrestled the
holy city of Jerusalem from tho
hands of Saracens and undertook
the conquest of Palestine, com
mitted iu the most atrocious ex
cess in the performance of their
mission. The carnage which fol
lowed the storming of Jerusalem
is described as appalling. The
horses of the Crucaders waded
knee deep in tho blood of their
victims as they marched through
the streots. Ago was not respect
ed in tho massacre Infants
were seized by tho feet and
dashed against the walls or
whirled over the battlements,
while the Jews were all burned
alive in their synagogue. Those
prisoners to whom safety had
been guaranteed wero mercilessly
slaughtered. And, when finally
the rule of these soldiers of the
cross over Palestine waned, they
conceived tho fanatical idea thut
none but innocent hands could
accomplish the conquest of the
Holy Land. This culminated
in 1212 in starting a pilgrimage
of 30,000 children under the
leadership of the boy Stephen,
and 20,000 German boys and
girls under the peasant lad
Nicholas, "to end," so the story
goes, "in death by sea or on land
or in the more fearful horrors
of the slave market." Religious j
zeal is all right in its way when
tempered with prudence and in
telligence, but when it is given
unrestrained rein, ag it is in the
My mother aaa irounwa
contu.nrm for nJ T"i
lit the ii tn up to til. I nenj
anJ was apes JUv ciuJ- y
I). P. Jjllv, Avoca, N. T.
No matter liow hard
your couh or how Ions
you have had it, Aycrs
Cherry Pectoral Is the
best tniiiR you can take.
It's too risky to wait
until you have consump
tion. If you arc coujjhin
today, pet a bottle of
Cherry Pectoral at once.
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ease of the potikhnbor. it leads
inevitable to the commission of
the grossest of exec, against
which every sane and right and
Ititcklcu'n Arnica Halve.
: wr..'viilf fmn for matvrloiK
mire. Il ur.isi any ullitr lvi
loll. m. ointment it tiilin for Tutu.
Coin, Hum, M'i', S..ri-, Kln, t'l
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fullllile for lilt", turn Kuafnulwil
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Impressing It on Him
I w ll nt on r line Inuinlry work iloen
totlm uittn wlii) I I'hikiiik fur mtinn-
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dry work i.'xrlwa in Im'hiiiv aixt In ilu-
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we will Hurprifui you. 7.iw jiumvh
bi:'! now rha.
OnltT Ifft at KuN'li'n Mtrlivr ulion ur
tho Hiileui utaxa will retsilvu iiroiuiil
Salem Steam Dundry,
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St Paul Walla Walla, I if
11 a in via lam, I1 til I man, la
Hnokane. Minneapolis. t
and KaHt. ,
70 hours. I'ortlanil to 5
clianifB of ears. Tlckota hl
rail or via fioat and raiJ via ort'a"
()CKAN AND HlVF.ll MOllhUlW
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