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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1901)
INDKl'KNnKNCE KNTKUMUSK, INDKl'KNDKNCK, OKKUON. AUOU8T 8, 1W1.
1 gapitan (general
Can be Dad at all Dealers.
MASOfi EHRMN &co..
soi.k xJ stki iJi:r.ri:us.
in m ill in Mil ' ' in m r-
ins? a urune drver at Independence.
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j which would dry two ton a day.
i You will make no mistake in pat-
, . ! ronizing Mr. Hodge's dryer. We
Baker ha, returned to j .g
i mar. in the right lace.
Why not have a bakery at High
The Highland milk wagon is a
thing of the past.
Marshal Saver was at Highlands
this week buying calves.
Pearl Alexander visited Inde
pendence Saturday evening.
Master Clifford and David Wells
have come to live with Mrs. Mason.
Mr. Hamann has his new barn
finished and is now filling it with
Mrs. Gentry and Mrs. Moore are
going with cook wagons this liar
yest. P. Shaffer has caught the build
ing fever and is hauling lumber for
a new residence.
Johnny Woods, of American
Bottom, left on Saturday's train
for Eastern Oregon.
Mrs. Wells and daughters re
turned to Portland Saturday after
a ten days' visit here.
Mrs. T. II. Wells and daughters,
Meta and Dora, of Portland, are
visaing at B. Mason's.
Dick Gaines took his cows to
the mountains this week and turn
ed them loose on the range.
Miss Cora Moore has sent in her
resignation of the fall term of
school at Highlands, having ac
cepted a position in Sherman county-
D. A. Hodge visited Highlands
Saturday and told us he was build-
Can be cured by using Acker's Iy-
j pepsin Tablets. One little tablet will
j ive immediate relief or money re-
j funded. f?old in handsome tin boxes at
I 25 cents. A. 8. Locke, druggist.
I HUKNA VISTA.
Miss Mary Sliives is mail carrier
between here and Parker.
Purn McCarty, of Albany, was
the guest of A. J. Richardson this
M. J. Kreutz and wife have gone
for an outing and to secure hop
pickers. E. X. Hall has the contract for
furnishing the wood for Al Shives'
Cleve and Harlty Prather have
finished hauling the wood for the
Mrs. R. P- Hall and daughter
Grace are the cooks with II. T.
Miss Judah Steele, after spending
a woe It in Albany, returned to her
i home last Sunday.
; Mr. Aciarris, of Albany, has pur-
chased a piece of land of ('lair
Brown, of your city,
j All of the tall grain is in the
j shock and the whistle of the
j thresher can be hnrd in most
, every direction.
Fred Hooper, of your city, has
i had a monument erected over his
I tmM0bh independence, ::
H. H. Jasperson,
grandmother's Rrav hi the Odd
Fellow cemetery at Ibi place.
There will services at the
United Evangelical church Sunday,
August U.at U A. M., and a bas
ket dinner and servioo at '2 P. M.
Show the state ft your lecllng 'd
Hie state of your health as well. Impure
blood nmkei itself apparent In a pale
and sallow complexion, pimples and
skin eruptions, ll foil aie lecling weak
and worn out and do not have a healthy
appearance you should try Acker's Mood
Kllxlr. It cures all blood ili wanes hero
cheap Sarsai'arillas and to tailed puri
liemlail; knowing this we nell every
lwtlle on a powttve guarantee. A. H
Kruption. cuts, burn, olds and
wire of all kind thickly healed by
KWitt's Witch H'l Salve, Certain
cure for piles. Iteware of .oiinterleiu.
lie mire you gel the orlginalIH-Wilt's.
A. S. 1-ocke.
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AT Till. SOI A t OUNTKIC.
TnMesot' Men and Women t'u-tomers-Hrhiks
"Some folks have an idea that
every one goes. out of town in the
summer time," said the girl behind
the soda water counter at the con
fectioner's. "Hut the fact is. our
busy season doesn't really set in
until June In this department.
"Many people who are at near
by resorts come into the city to do
a Utile shopping of mornings.
They come to town on the early
trains and get back in tune for
luncheon. Hut they never fail to
Plop in on their way to the station
and have a glass of soda.
"Soda water has improved con
siderably since the old days. Only
I children drank soda water then,
for grown people simply wbuldnt
have it. They drank lemonade,
sarsaparil'a and ginger ale, and
root beer used to boa favorite. It
was not until a down-town drug
gist began to furnish a really ex
cellent fruit flavor with soda water
that it became popular as a bever
age with men and women.
"Then ice cream soda was in
vented by some genius, and be
came the rage. It has improved
steadily in quality. The llavorings
were improved and enriched, the
very best kind ot fruit used in
their manufacture, and now the
crushed fruits themselves are
served. With these as an addition,
a glass of ice cream soda is a de
licious refreshment for a warm
"Women are ice-cream soda
fiends. They are as fond of it as
children, and many of them come
in regularly every day for it. One
very old lady, who drives in a
brougham, is one of our regular
customers. She sends her footman
in for it and ho takes it out to the
carriage. The sale of the old
fashioned drinks and even the
mineral waters is practically noth
ing. Every one wants ice;crenm
"While the fruit flavors have
been perfected to such an extent
that leaves no room for improve
ment, the favorite order is for
chocolate. The chocolate mda is
served with vniiilhi en-am as a
rule, although there are some who
ask for chocolate cream also. After
the chocolate come the various
fruit flavors, strawberry just now
beiim in demand. At this time of
the year the crushed fruit is serv
ed in the gla'B with vanilla cream
and the soda poured oyer. In the
estimation of judges this is the
finutt nf nil ice-cream sodas.
I 'Tench soda, w hich conies later
! on in the summer, is a close rival,
CASTOR I A
Tni. Tnfonta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
MM fc v 11 I 1 I 1 I I 111! If 1
Tho Kind You llavo Always Nought, ami which ha hem
in uso tor over 0 year, hint homo tho alrnatur or
mid lma been iimdo muter hi xir-
ii. .. ..n ...m tit lnoi.li n voll 111 tills.
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All tliHiiH'rii'im, - - - - "
Kxm rliiH iU that trllle Mfllli himI MMliunrr tho hulth or
lntunts and ChlUlrcu-KM rlcm HUiUnst l.Hrliiicnt.
What is CASTORIA
ustorlu Is a hiirmlesa aulmtltuto for Cantor Oil. Varf
uoile, Drops ami Soothlnir Hyrups. It I Pleasant. H
lontnliis i.eitlier Ophnii. Morpliluo lr other Nareotlo
Kul.Miu.ee. lis uro Is its Kmranleo. It destroya M onm
ami alhus I'everlM.ness. It urea lhirrl..ia ami Wind
!olU It leHeven Toetlilntf Troubles, euro Constipation
iiud riut.ileiuy. It n-almlliito tho nvuhrtw tliw
H ncli Mini Itqw. ls, lvh.K healthy ami natural slceo.
Tho v luiurrn a nummi-mw f. .
Bear the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 3U Years.
t cr.r.u. e. rr u.i... tjTftccr. o
and some people prefer it. .Straw
berries do not agree with b11 ter
sons, an I the crusheI peaches
with cream ami soda really make
an admirable luncheon if eaten
with a biscuit. Those who have
never eaten a plain biscuit such as
the soda cracker or milk cracker
with ice-cream have a pleasure yet
in store for theui.
"i'ineapple. aprico'., currant and
raspberry all have their followings.
Sarsiiparilla has gone out of favor
with lemon. Orange is not used
at all except with phosphate,
(linger ale has enjoyed a slight
boom since it became the fad to
drink it wilh the peel of a lemon
curled in ice about the glass before
the ale is poured in, but ia not p'p
ular." New York Sun.
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F. M-SKINNER. Prop
$ ....My per nl attention given to
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CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000.00.
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snltject'to check. Interest paid on time deport.
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Are you getting the
small size cigars? There
is a big difference, for in the
small sizes there is more
...r.fW fnr tlin dealer. We
give our customer the very
l,est sizes, because we have the hard trade to please .
HARRY E. WAGONER,
Complete Line of Cigars and Tobacco.