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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1902)
lSI.KrKNI.KXCB WTKHrmSK. ISLKl-KKimSCK, OKKUOS, JULY SI, IW
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j County lorresponaence.
On Wednesday of last work,
npark from ii.e smoke tuok of tlio
lVJoe LaiuWr Co's Saw mill sot
lire U the roof of the mill and t"r a
time the total destruction of the en
tire plant wa seriously threatened.
Fortunately there was no wind
Wowing and by the heroic action of
a welt disciplined fire brigade un
der the leadership of President
Mrrw,.n. tlv. blaze was quickly
subdued without serious damage to
J. A llannuiu has returned home,
after a brief sojourn at Belknap
MrB. Nellie Turner, of Ashland,
Wis. i visiting her mother, Mrs.
Hannum near McTitnn.oos Valley
On Thursday of last week a
vicious dog chased a valuable cow
iff into the Lnckia-
mute river, so injuring the animal
that there is but little nope m c,
inaits IKe. The cow is the prop
To..-;a Ttitner ami was
env oi uc o .
valued at 1 100.
p.:.i r,n,st week is conceded
to have been the hottest day of the
Mr. Dell Marks, whose little
child has been under treatment tor
... T.nmnt. is staving a few
cancer v & n A
days with her mother, Mrs. C. A.
rr....i krra rptnmme iu
layiur, uuiv .
home in Lincoln county.
v xrar nf Tancent. is
the euestofMrs.C. A. Taylor.
mu .., in which the late
Joy Brown was held by this
community was fully attested by
the presence of a large congregation
that assembled at Montgomery
echool house on last Sunday to
u:., r.oml Herman preached.
netr ma '""" .
Rev. Craig, of Lewisville officiated
j k apT vice in a very
Mrs. Wesley Womer, of Womer
Kansas, is the uest of her sister,
Mrs. Alva Womer.
Johnnie Fer-ie is now employed
as -Signalman" in the Spaulding
logging-camp. His duty is to signal
the engineer of the donkey when
it is neceseary to stop or start that
machiue in the process of "yank-
' logs out of toe Drusn.
. M. Kau is touring in Eastern
E. A. Taylor, a merchant of
:i: ma o VmainPKS Caller last
a ir n. if an u
Ti, utmiuhtnod loniiinn cannis in
the mountain are tilled with berry
1. t !,, ll.illi'lll 11 SMlll of
fine colts from Percy lladloy.
li. L. llastii was a Pallas visl
tor last week.
Mrs. W. l. Mohny, of
has returned hot.. alter a
vwit with bor'inother. Mr.
Haviin; frequently hearil tins
nart of the county spoken of .
beini well adr.pte.1 to Mock raising
Mr J. J. Weaver, .unisviiii-.
Marion county came over hist
b i., l..L- nt the country atul
get prices on land.
h"n,l Price, formerly of this place
is now employed in a black-smith
shoo at Kings Valley.
Most of our young people attend
ed an ice cream festival at Kings
Valley on Saturday night of last
week. The receipts of the enter
tainment were over $10, which will
be used to make repairs on Me
r7 . t
I ACijbgI with a Mar."
Time aeems V V t iltf
when he urines
a woman to the turn
of life. Life is or
should be at its
ripest and best tor
proachestniscnanK . , h
with a dreau oi us 1 --
knowledge of the sufferings of other
women at uiis .
There is not the .liKtatet cause for
fear or anxiety at this pn(xl if I)r.
Pierce's Favorite Prescnption is used,
t gTves health of body and cheerfulness
of mind, and by its aid the pain, and
pangs of this critical period are pre
vented or cured
Dr. Pierce s ravonw ' 7L, "T
woman's melicine with a "l"
record of cures Of womanly diseases.
Diseases that all other medicines hd
LMseases iuav oerfectlv and
permanently cured by the use of "Fa-
rrcrived to muctt Dcncni in i. c- -
Srix.. of"' l-.vor.te 5
female wcakneM ad chan of 1 Ic.
Vaorite Prescription "has the testi
mony of thousands of women to its
complete cure of womanly diseases.
Do not accept an unknown and un
proved substitute in its place.
p wpIs healthy by the timely
se of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
ri... 1- i1W a i iu. mr our young
men of oanuiug lMduill team
Mrn. Clarence Irvin, of I hilo-
math, was a visitor at the home of
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Aiva
Womer, last week.
Whitenker lUnch, July
Mi. Ki.iTi.it: Will and KIsh
Wluiouki-r weie turning the leivvia
of recollection" volume when ll
dawned upon them that eight years
a,-,, they hud attemitu a nun
party wherein n clergyman and a
li were amnnu: the chiel
..,nisites. y n kind of synchro-
in civinu each other the
suggestion that it would be nice to
fn.hl the battle over again. C-wiug
to American capability and conn
rv h.isi.italitv every thug was
made to "presto change" ami casha
ih. Irtwii was properly deco
with tables heaped with caVes,
fruit, salads and ices until tne.v
UMl f..lt h. mured Oil the OI'
casion. but a little older than, he '
.,-..,1 i,i. while the bride was as 5
chipper as the room reu i.riu-w ...
i, .berrvtree. i.ies'were indis-
criminateiy swapped and English
iKHjuets tossed about promiscuously
until the goodnight parting", when
lit was aptly expressed that along
Ulliu-" ww ' -
lu-y it wa9 hoped there would be
many repetitions of this suggestive
entertainment. "Then twilight let
her curtain down and pinned It
chronic rlmu.mit.-m ...leo,,traet.Hl 220.127.116.11. ,,. alert,
joints and Impoverished " ' ;,,;,,!, dealness. ..
years' tamllnn.jiive,, np ..y- : r - , ..,. lul.y. All
d, afi.es. I., one ear, o.ne.t in t-n i,.t... f. ' ' N(
growth xsh. removed f-i. tie ) ,,,i relatln...
"'" lered ..UiM.eaMV ,.,,,.,,,.
Iir.Darrin lves free xaiiiinai.".' to t( t r f iii'imrv Hn.e.e.l. t'irci.lsr.
nil. sndwheuneeeiry ir.ve- me.llclHe . flunks Mo!.t fieo. l',V'-
io ' "' ;'",'rU';7' ' .,tl ai,d jisMes llueil. Pr. iMurln's
pour treated free f.'..... 10 to 1 1(l , will.ti.ia- ilotcl.Sa-
exeept medicine,. TIi.-m. w.lh.. ' i tt'iti, iitttil iepleinher lt.
... . 1..... ?l 1 SIllllIUVM. i ' 1
py, 10 10 ; rveiiiiu,
We Arc Conscientious.
Substitutes, and impure drug, have no place in our .lore V
know phvsicianH do not want us to use then,, and we won t do 1 .
' . . ....I..I..1- ilmifH bv caretul.
ICverv prescription Here is com p.m..... - -
con.lletetit atnl accurate pharmacists, hu don't make mistakes.
You can trust vn with jour prescript.... p-i
A. S. Locke, Druggist,
MAIN STREET, ! N DEPENDENCE. OREGON.
V. A Shaiian.
i n ha rr i it. r icier, a a - -
u m Nfnrnds
(Formerly the Burns Mill.)
Now running day and night.
Will My wheat or make exchanges.
Don't fail to try their Luckhmute Crusade Flour,
mole Wheat Flour, Graham Flour, Germ Meal.
Not equaled on the market.
Klectrkity i life. I- of electricity
......I, l-'lwtrieitv constitute the
.!... ,t....,.i,t nf the vital force of the
i mi i -
L..!...,n.,ui. In this era of haste
urnui n.i'i "v"
and waste a largo proportion of death
are cause,! by heal l , laiiure, or .v.
electruul atate. Sickness iiulicatoi that
, lankinir In vitality or elec
HIV . " ' '
. . !... !. rmr Hud natural
remedy, therefore, ia to supply tl.e de-
The wunderiul reouperutive powira
. , .... ...... t.o
..i jiw ir are c eariy hiiu"
fact that when persona are at a atae
where life in nearly none, aa in casea of
drownins, polsuniug, etc., electricity is
(. m n, BiireKt and most powerful
remedv. It .succeed where all elte
..;,. 'rw nriin has efTected some
ohm. i.iir bv metii.8 o( this won
e Tl.a following IlHt Oi
acnui n..i is. -
those whom be has cured will douotieaa
B. Ilaxter, 178 Ferry street, Salem,
Oregon, tumor cured.
. n t..,.op rii'JH South Tlur
tieth street, Tacon.a, writes ahe Is cured
of an awravated case of stomach and
liver trouble and hick neaum.iie.
. .. ..,.ut..,u,t..r t. Ten
T. J. Jlcviieuaii, r""""'v'
, '..i. i.r.ut intal deafness, cured
four years ago and remains permanent
to this day.
MiHsTillieCirandail, t.d.son, AVaah.,
... .tin iliupHMe. restored.
I eczema, ui b
! Henry Von Helm, Handy, Or., cancer
-I., t..... and Herouiioiis """"
i on u.e mv ' .
. i l...w.itv.
cured .))' eici;.."--;- ,
Conductor A. P. Cochran's son, South
Bend, Wash., impure moo..,
,..i ,i;o,.l,nririnff ears, cured.
,,:.. i:..(i Diekaon. of Beuttlo, ca-
tarrhal gastritis, severe pains in the
.toiuach and nervous prostration, cured
and feels like a new woman.
W H Austin's wife, JWB N 18th hU,
Portland confined to her room nine
months with an affliction called "nerv
ous ahhorenceof light," accompanied
with inflammation, cured,
Truman Butler, The Dalles, Or..
. i .. !.....( lli PuitL.tlll. U III llUVO
The Oreuon C.V T'-;-l"'"" wM.ul v la. duiK- n
UOXIU VS. WUhXHSVA S, AM uiu.i .
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i ..i.i ii m iii It.-turiilnir u-uw ror.n.ixi
rr.vlu nerc U ut 'J. Ind. n 7 p. ....
Thursdays ami paiunnjn, -
I anH at uooer dock.
FINB PASSENGER fiND FREIGHT SERVICE. .
THE INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000.00.
H imwilBKKtS. I'res.dcn t. A
U, no im v -
......rnl UnklnK "-W""? if"" .rlo B..,.nnt
disvountcd. fomimTclal credits K,..i.hi.
tlbjcct to ehec. ""
Yt'H, t!. DKXSMOUE has
a rointer which shows exactly
where you nro writing without
any guesn work or loss of time.
Allow ii to pivo you a I'ointcr.
H you want a Typewriter get the best.
Get one with a Po nter. oacK opduc. ,
u . " . . r-. . i inar.nnHfn.ifr ml acta
muck- Patent rceieasei, -" ww
. 1 1 i
Mr bed and most up-to-Me tenting nmthine ever sold.
Densinore lypewinui v.,
9.n Stark St.,
T.lrxci. - - Oregon.
i hi in.Mwwanmimr-
rr. QrHT fifJVS
SnS handy besides. Winchester Shot Guns are made
of the very best materials that can be procured, a
chcroughlmodern system of manufacture perm.ti.ne
them to be sold at buyable prices.
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