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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1910)
INDEPENDENCE ENTEPPRI8E, INDEPENDENCE, OREGON, JULY 1S. WO.
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Dr. Allln. Dentist, Cooper Bldg. tf
r?S A pair reading glasse
II.Oo at Kmmor'i. it
H. K. Owen Is home ou a short vis
It rim 81. Helens.
Charlie Ichman of Suver wa an
Independence visitor Thursday.
Mm. ('. W. Itutlcr was c-ln-rry
fair visitor Inst week.
Iluii. C. L. Ilawley of Bethel wb
In Independence Saturday.
X lr. l.owe, tl optician, "i
In Independence. July 2U.
Mr. and Mr. P. II. Drcxler attend
ed the ( lu rry fair hint wwk.
MIhh Anna Addison wn a visitor
la Salem (iur iik the cherry fair.
MIh Irene William left I"14' w,,( k
fur Chicago io visit her slater.
Jllkl' Koldeiopp of ImlliiH visited
friends In Independence Sunday.
Mm. Sarah Allln of "visited
her mm. Ur. Aliln, Wednesday.
La Wine Ket.hum attended the
lu rry fair on.- day lust week.
j. s. liolinnnon ami family vUll.-d
lti. lu rry fair Saturday evening.
C ASTOR I A
Tor Isfantt find Children.
The Kind Yea Have Always Bough!
Bears tho S'
PERRY BURTON ARANT
of the Faculty of
L. L. HEWITT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office In Coopi'r building, room 2
ad 3. Offli e hoars, 0 a. m. to 12 m.
and 2 to ti v. m. Call answered nlgliS
C. E. VanAllen, Prop.
Large sunny rooms, en suite or slu
' gle. Electric lights, bath and piano.
24 N. Commercial it, Salam, Or.
LAURA PRICE, M. D.
Specialty Diseases of Women
Bell Telephone Main 193
B. F. 8W0PE
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
Will practice in all courts of the
fitate. Probate matters and collec
tions given prompt attention.
Office, Cooper Bldg.
W. R. ALLIN, D. D. S.
Both phones. Cooper Bldg.
DR. D. D. YOUNG
Monmouth, Oregon-Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday. Hours, 12 m.
to 6 p. m.
Office opposite Lindsay's Btore.
EVERYTHING YOU NEED
ROCHE HARBOR LIME,
JAPANESE GROUND SUL
PHUR IN LINEN SACKS,
NO LINT. LIME AND SUL
PHUR SOLUTION, READY
FOR USE, GUARANTEED
FULL STRENGTH. BLUE
STONE, ACID HYDROM
ETERS FOR' TESTING
CALL AND GET OUR
Ml Dor Murdork of Mnumeuth
was an liidi-md'iu visitor last Frl
Uay. Marlon luiltr and Klwood llartnmn
at tended tin cherry f'r lt Satur
day. Hubert and F.rvlw Sluiin of Blue
Itlver are vl-IUng Dr. Allln In till
Nevllh. KldrlU-e Iff I Tussday for
California on a two weeks' busliien
MUh Florence (Jilo and Leona
Sperling were Si'lein visitors last
Mr. Hohert MrNlder of Salem I
ImUIiik her niece, Mrs. C. W. Hut
li r. this week.
MU Frances Patterson lias ro
luriied to rortland aTier a visit with
her grandparent here.
Mr. and Mr. Marlie Morwhi are
spending a fortnight at Newport.
They left Independence Monday.
Mr. Kdltli Imvldsoii of Portland I
visiting at tho homo of her parents.
Mr. and Mm. 8. K. Owen In this city.
MiHses Cerllo and Geneva WllcoX
and MIhh Mabel I'orierfield attended
the rherry fair in Salem one day lawt
Ariliur P. Allen, a newspaper man
of Taconia, Washington, was here
this week, the guest of the editor of
For Sale (iood team liarneHS and
wngoii, oiio fino brood mare with colt.
V. W. Fuwk farm one half mile
liortlieat of Crowley. 7-9
Come ou Saturday afternoon and
evening to the linraca Thllathou Ire
i ream and rake, lemonade and randy
at l he Campbell building.
Win. M. Kinney, wife and children
are be e visiting ut the home of Mr.
aid Mrs. IMI. Drexler. They are hero
from Nebraska und are relatives of
Mr. and Mm. (1. A. Wilcox returned
Tu-s.lay from their vacation spent
with relatives and friends In Wash
Ington ocunty. They report having
hid a delightful time.
Lost on the road between Indepen
dence and Hueiia Vista, June 27, 1910,
one coil of wire rope . containing 1G."
feet. Finder will please notify Han
na Uros. of Independence or Ceo.
Wells at Buena Vista and receive re
ward. Miss Luelle Dunn, who has been a
guest of the Loremo girls for the
last two weeks, attended the cherry
fair In Salem last week and will vis
It In Albany before returning to her
home In Eugene.
The O. A. C. catalogues for 1910
1911 are Just received from the press
and are now ready for distribution.
Hundreds of requests are coming In
weekly and the supply will no doubt
soon be exhausted.
Miss Brittle MeDevitt of San Fran
cisco is visiting her sisters.Mrs. Geo.
Conkey and the Misses Emroy and
Opal MeDevitt in this city. Miss Me
Devitt is matron of the German hos
pital In San Francisco.
Died: In Independence, on July 11,
the infant daughter of Mrs. G. S. Buf
funi, aged six months. Burial services
were held In the Odd Fellows' ceme
tery on July 12, Dr. II. Chas. Duns
more of Calvary church officiating.
Edward Van Meer of Seattle, who
has been visiting for several weeks
at the home of R. E. Ferguson, left
this week on his way to Eastern Ore
gon. Mr. Van Meer expects to take
up a homestead in Crook county.
For sale Fairbanks-Morse gasoline
engine the kind that never wears
out. You can always get extras for
a Fairbanks-Morse. This one Is guar
anteed and is for sale at the Enter
prise office, the same one that has
been advertised . Price $75.
Mr. and Mrs. John Underwood have
sold their home here In Independence
to Alfred Jones, who will take posse
ssion at once. Mr. and Mrs. Under
wood expect to go back East this fall
possibly to remain. It is hoped by
their friends that they will decide to
It. E. Ferguson received a letter
from his brother, E'.ias, who recently
removed from Independence to Cana
da. The letter gives Intelligence of
Lloyd Ferguson's close call to death
recently when he was thrown from
a horse and sustained several severe
Injuries about the face. His lower
jaw was broken In two or three plac
es, but he will soon recover with
out any permanent Injuries.
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Honn and their
daughter, Miss Pearl Honn, of Port
erville, California, are guests at the
Baldwin home in this city. They are
old-time friends of the Baldwins, the
families having been acquainted in
the east. Mr. and, Mrs. Honn and
their daughter are well pleased with
pur country and climate, and as they
contemplate making a change in lo
cation, they may decide to remove
Mr and Mm. J.W. Dawe. who havt
been vUltliiK at thu home of their son
Win. !awe, of till ity. departed
Monday on their return lo their home
at lloxemun, Montana. During their
visit of several week liert they hVD
made iimiiy friend In Independence
who will regret their departure.
For Sale On the Wheeler farm.
U mile south of Monmouth, Oregon,
one pn of black three year-old I'er-
i heron geldings, weight about 2C00
pound i, sound and gentle, price $4'0;
one four-year-old Helgaln mare,
Height ltiuO pound, sound, gentle and
all right, prlco :ioo; two fretih inlkh
cow. For price tall at tho farm.
L. II. Fischer. 6 '
Mis Opal Hall of New York City
Is v:!tlng her larent at Monmouth
and her sister, Mr. Claude Skinner
of Independence. Mis Hall I su
perintendent of city drawing teachers
of the public schools of New York
City whither slui will return to lake
up her work asaln this fall. Her
many friends in this vicinity are Just
ly proud of her suet ess In our great
F.J. Hartley, a real estate dealer of
Los Angeles, wan in Independence
Friday and Saturday, visiting at the
homo of relative, Mr. and Mrs. John
Winters and family who reside near
town. Mr. Hartley drove over the val
ley about Independence and Monmout
mouth Friday and was agreeably sur
prised to find such a country as we
have. Ho frankly acknowledged that
It looks as good to him as any
place he has ever visited. The Will
amette valley was certainly a revel
ation' to him.
Mrs. Elizabeth Flshback, who has
lived ou Monmouth Heights for the
past twenty-five years and whose hus
band. John L. Flshback, died last
winter, died at her home on the Cth
of July. Her death was superinduced
by an Injury received In a runaway
accident which occurred while she
was returning from the pioneer pic
nic at Dallas. She had not enjoyed
good health for some time previous
and the shock proved too much. She
was a good Christian woman and will
be greatly missed.
Spend the Summer at
The only beach In the pacific Northwest where the pretty Water
Agates, Mos Agates, Moonstones, Canadians, and Hock Oysters
can be found.
Outdoor Sports, all Kinds
Including Hunting. Fishing, digging Rock Oysters. Boating, Surf
Bathing, Riding, Autolng, Cano ing and Dancing. Pure mountain wa
ter and the best of food at low prices. Fresh Crabs. Clams, Oysters,
Fish and Vegetables .If all kind daily. IDEAL CAMPING GROUNDS,
with strict sanitary regulations, at nominal cost.
Low Round-trip Season Tickets from all points In Oregon, Washing
ton and Idaho on sale dally.
Three-day Saturday to Monday rate from S. P. points, Portland to
Cottage Grove Inclusive, Including branch lines; also from all C. &
E. stations Albany and west. Good going on Saturday or Sunday,
and for return Sunday or Monday.'
A Sunday Excursion
Rate off 1.50
from Albany. Corvallls and Philomath, with corresponding low rates
from points west. In effect all summer. Call on any S. P. or C.
& E. Agent for full particulars as to rates, train schedules, etc.;
also for copy of our beautifully Illustrated booklet, "Outings in Ore
gon," or write to
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT, PORTLAND, OREGON
This is the time we all seek the sea
beach or mountains. You will add a
great deal of pleasure to your outing if
you let us fit you out. We are prepared
to show you an extensive line in Sum
mer lawns, kahki, galatea in solid colors
and stripes, linen dusters, outing hats,
Nash underskirts, gloves, in fact every
thing to make your vacation a pleasure.
Men's soft negligee shirts, summer
underwear, hats, dusters, tennis shoes,
suit cases, traveling bags, all at your dis
posal for your trip.
Yours for Money Saving
!oakey, Walker ikmi