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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1909)
Walter Oovro of Baker City aa in
to u tho first of tli wk to vlult
with hU father before he left
winter in California.
The weather In turnhiK cold; "w
about tlmt pair of heavy wool trotw
em? All bUih, 32 to waist, at
Coiikey, Walker & Lehman's.
The foot ball It-am of the Agricult
ural college pnaaed HiroiiKli Independent-
..Monday en route to Walla Wal
l lH'io th.-y ,, pluy a, , B(;aliiHt the
U'am of that ciljr...
Ask your grocer for ' Frit a" home
niado bread and doughnuts. Take no
other. They are made from hard
wheat flour. Made In Indepcii
Aitr skating luncheons are very
popular. You can telephone your or
ders tor oysters from the skating
rink 'APd tliua b ur ot "uUh tt",,
proinri ''rvice t mo ui'iu jiem
nut. . lu,f
A. L. Stevenson, an auctioneer
from Corvalll, camo down Tuesday
to cry tho blMilud t k sale of Uoah
NeUon. Mr. HleveliHon nays that M
wan ono of tli inoHt successful aalcit
at which ho haa ,v,'r officiated.
MIhk Ida Ku. f of la Moluea. low a.
and Mrs. Kdd Wright 'f w, r''
visiting at the homo of their cousin.
Ueorgo Hint, the lat week.
Kuef U greatly lmf.-nM.'rt with Ore
Kou and may rt'turii here to make
W. W Davis, who haa a big ranch
In thn vicinity of Corvallls. bought
the first Jersey cow that was offered
mu1. last Tuesday, setting the
ti- at I HO. Before he took her off
tho place ho waa offered an advance
over the price paid.
i ii r Ki.vniour. county school au
' perlntendent wan In Independence
Inst Friday. Mr. Seymour visited the
school here on that day and waa
agreeably Improved by the goon
kthktk and 'jumnasium cedtf.
fund, tfmmunitkn and fishing ffackle.
2ki(dctff Simple pairing.
SA LEM , OREGON.
r. :lwGt a i isr es p
Tobacco, Cigars, Soft Drinks, and Lunch Goods.
If you want to enjoy a quiet game of pool or aolo, come fcere.
are Dutch Collars, Ruches, Hosiery, Toweling, Ladles' and Cull
dren's Underwear. Combs, Barrettes. Ladies' Gloves and Hair
Goods of whicl we have a large and complete line
When in Salem
Remember the Place
The Variety Store
ANNORA M. WELCH, Prop ,
NORTH COMMERCIAL STREET,
work that la belug done. The school
baa the largest attendant It haa ever
Henry Ktaala. one of the largent
bruedcr of thoroughbred at in k hi
the county and who haa a lame
ranch In the vicinity of Alrlle, bought
a three-year old holfer. at tho sale
Tuesday, paying 3 19 for her. Tt)l
waa tho highest prle paid during
Al Whitney and wife returned
home Tuoaday afternoon from Kuguif
where they bav breu aluce Sunday
visiting with frlenda In that city. Al
aya that Eugene la moving right
along and at the present tliu lnurs
are twn large brick bloika under
Eph Young makea the prediction
that the hop market will strike the
i twenty-eight f'nl mark before thla
week cloaea. I'pon what Information
bin prediction la baaed he does not dl
vulge but hla friends are not taking
advantage of the Up by going long
oo tho commodity.
D. A. and J. W. Cook of Crook
couutv. accompanied by their famlllua
arrived In the city Tuesday of tbla
week on a visit to their uioiner-m-law,
Mrs. John Itobblns of this place.
While here they are looking over the
grounds with a view of buying land
and locating here.
I. Govro and George Iflah, both old
soldiers and residents of this city, de
parted Wedaesday oo their way U
Portland from where taey exp to
leave today for Los Angelea. Both
have beeu In poor health for a long
time and are going there to spend the
wiutt iu the hope that It will bene
The subjeit for the morning ser
vice at the Methodist church Is "The
Uufoldlim Life." Sunday school will
convene at ten o'clock promptly aud
preaching will be followed by an oiu
fathloned class meeting. The even
ing service coubIsIs oi songs anu
praise from 7 o'clock to 7:30 and the
regular preaching service, 7:30 to
8:30. The subject la ' The Manly
Choice." All are most cordially In
vited to attend any or all of these
A. J. Woleott haa removed from his
former home south of Independence
to Corvallls where he has rented a
farm. Mr. Woleott is one of the pro
gressive farmers, such as any coun
try would have a pride In claiming.
He has won many aiedals at fairs
during his fourteen years' residence
In the vicinity of Independence It
was he who grew the fine apples on
the Collins Bros.' place which took
the cup at the Albany fair last year.
Mr. Woleott may decide to return to
Polk county after his lease tuns out
on the farm near Corvallls and buy
a home near Independence.
L "How the Other Half ,Lives" ,1s the
subject of the Illustrated missionary
lecture that Rev. W. J. Weber will
give In, the Methodist church on next
Monday night, November 1. It is a
study of the slum work of the dea
conesses in Chicago. There will be
about eighty excellent views and the
subject matter will be very .interest
ing, educating and helpful. No charge
will be made. The object Is to edu
cate along missionary lines. A free
will offering however will be taken
to defray expenses. All persons desir
ing a treat should come out All. are
welcome. , , ,