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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1902)
INDEPENDENCE ENTERPRISE, INDITE NDENCE, OKE (ION. Jl'LY ai, W2
Milling & Warehouse
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CS' Warehouses at Independence, w
Monmouth and Airlie. Mills
How ready for Business
George Taylor is hern working for hi
Cousin, Mrs. Orn Crowley.
J. K. Allen i ilinKing a well.
The S, IM'o. has replaced the old Hwitch
here with a new plit switch.
IV therer Yoeuni recently repaired their ; Jlft .,.,int t)1 M(.k mu M,V(,,.ai J i is full and our nt-lv crowded
l. r.n.ak.n nearly all the woon-wom i,V(,n, U(r U( j, ;s
$ WHEAT AND OATS
Received on storage or bought
Eatcst up-to-date processes
G In wheat Hour, whole wheat Hour,
germea, and mill feed of all kind.
at highest market price, w
P if I
AND WEST SICE.
Fl'BLISHED KVERY THI KSDAY.
K. E URAY, KDITK A NT I It I I II 'l it.
Entered at Indeiw ndenoe, potortlf e)iid-clM mutter.
Woodford Vance and family are
visiting in town.
Mr. Iialph Boothby, of Portland, spent
several days this week with his parents
Mr. Jason Barnes, of Wells Station, has
been working for his brother during the
Sabe Parmer, of the Boy's and Girl's
Aid Society of Portland, visited his par
ents several days this week.
President B. F. Mulkey and wife visited
on the Luckiamute the first of the week.
Albert Campbell and daughter, of Den
ver, Colorado, are visiting relatives in
Dr, Ben Butler, of Arlington, is visiting
relatives in town.
Born, to the wife of Chance Mulkey, at
the home of Wm. J. Mulkey, in Mon
mouth, Sunday, July 27, a daughter.
Mrs. John Grant, of Dallas, has been
spending a few days with relatives in
nnd now they are doing good work. V 7
Mrs. WillintiiKon nml unind-dmicliter. Mi-'1)
Nellie, went to Well to s'wl relative Inst u
A. (5. KoWrtx i ONivin hi hp. v V
Je.t Williamson and family. !m FJnn ; (jf
linv and family visited at tlie holue of Kil'lev ;
Kdi;ar last Sunday. !
Mi- i: i;,.)i..rtj rt'tmnt'il ;ot Sltm .O
from Portland, w hern Iih had leen to seo u
wife. Wh nr" jrlnd to learn that Mrs. Roberts
Nearly all the farmers herealoiits n-e husv
I'littliclly mill lu !o-ti
The statement is made by Dr. Cyrn
Kdison, liealth idlieer id' New Yolk, tlmt
there an ina'iy reasons why reputable
physicians should advertise tneir misuits-i
in the dailv newspapers, hesides tliOjVlv . , , , .
, , , i i,- I c, , i" I'lcb-nMict' to tho obb r and
benefits to the doctor himselt benelits U y ); 1
whicli he is dearly entitled and of which ' objrctlonahli' wootloii ones.
t i M it to tell tin' pl ot. Ic of I Dili, pi'll-
ili iici' ami v ii'iuity' ( a few of iln Ihins which vi nio olli i ino at
very cle I'l ice. I f yi.ti are tieeilino; anvtliiii;: in the line of
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store in me valley. .Nearly every
boilv nowadays buys Iron 1 .!?
i on will likely liiid what ou want
at our store. U'e have a
sortinent of ( hiht's ('ribs, both i
wood and iron.
Our line of
Is not surpasM'd by tin
ho is rot.bou iy nc-ieciit.g m "vents(.i ..huuld consider their advantages he
it is a great convenience to the public to iV
learn at first hand where to find n physi-() 01't, ''iv'"K
cian who makes u specialty of a particular i tj
Dr. Kdison is confident i ' tou can DanK your money
class of diseases.
that the ban on advertising will soon be
Dr. Edison, whose rank is of the high
est, undoubtedly voices the sentiment of
the more enlightened and progressive
members of his profession when he in
sists that old-fashioned prejudice should
be done away with and the medical faculty
should no longer be compelled to hide
their light under a bushel. ,
A rrrf.ot ma iiv nil vsifi A n n fret A rrondlv I
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amount of advertising through the public
press, and free advertising at that. No
physician (iver interposes directions ' to
having his name mentioned in the public
press in connection with auy notable
surgical operations. In fact, many physi
cians who look upon paid advertising
with something akin to holy horror are
delighted to get a little advertising gratis.
Dr. Edison is not tho first great physi
cian who has publicly advocated advertis
ing. Dr. Darrin, well known on the Pa
cific coast and all over the world, has
been advertising for thirty years.
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'likSi. , Itointr irrwwl I'lihlou Tlinv urn i lui ! mmt
r.""1 j ....v
make and tinish wo ever had. Tho
tylo ia up with tables of higher cost
made by other factories. They art
made (5, 8, 10 and 12 feet in length.
Ve have them as low in ju ice as
ftk pet a TjOUlliO
at our store, which will out last sev
eral common loungeH and not cost any
Q) more. We make all of our upholster
0J) ed work and by so doing put dollars
into tlie pockets ot every purchaser
X Why? Hecause we make each piece
Some people do not know that they
made to order
IV - N
g 1 f?etue
ujxm honor. We try to see how good,
not how cheap and poor, we can do our
work. Box couche
Quite a crowd of young people spent Something new and ui-to-
Mr. Riddle has purchased an engine
and thresher and has been threshing rape
the past week for himself and others near
Mr. Forest Barnes is remodeling his
The gymnasium has received a new
coat of paint and quite a number of
dwellings in town are receiving the same.
Mrs. Ora Crowley drove to the
seat last Friday.
Mrs. J. W. Edgar and daughter, Texie, of
Dayton, visited relatives in this vicinity last
Joe Udell ie able to return to his business
(that of insurance agent) at Portland.
date in the
To show you. All the latent
And Novelties, and would he
pleased at any time to show
you samples and give you
prices. . . . .
VII II -hill -
mm 4 mm
Commissioner Riggs has gone to Newport,
where he can listen to the "sighing of the
ead sea waves."
If you are thinking of
furnishing an oflice we
wtuhl like to show you our
ollice desks and revolving
chairs. A full line of dif
fe re h izes of roll and Hat
top desks in (puarter-sawed
time is occupied with special orders of
this kind. Wo have them as low as$l.
We have Arti
ficial Palms for
live plants when
you can have ar
so much less
oOcto $2.50 each
for cosy corners
and bed rooms are quite popular at the fy
present time, and quite a lot of our iT