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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1902)
KROM .JULY Q TO AUG-UST 0.
OUR BARGAIN COUNTER during tln-so two weeks' Bale will Us loaded with all kinds of goods at greatly
our remaining summer goods wold before our new fall stock arrives.
We hvi a lit nf these left over.
We oiler dining this sale our
-Mo waist for, 0
i (hi :k)c
200 .. l(!0
There arc I argains,
Highland. . j
Mrs. Shafer, returned 'ni-t week
from a two wet k' etav in town. 1
Peach, plum., tame l.lwh berries ,
and a ic appL are u..ltiig ripe.
Marie Shnfer i- in town this
.Mihb Dora Hainann left on Sun-' , , T , , ...
, , . . - ... Mrs. Joe Laundry and Misses
lay tram for a visit to friends in , , f, w c , ,
,, . , .. . , hlla Shafer and May Maxheld.
Portland and Oregon Citr, t . . ,,.
j visited friends in McCoy a part ot
Joe Laundty and hi fitherhad last week,
an enormous pile of wood snwed , , , , .
i i 1 udolf Simon has his new barn
last week bv the wond saw. I . .
Miss M'iv MnxuVld, of town! , . .
. ' ... i Mrs. Osborne is busy netting
spmt nenrlv n week visiting at:, , , , , .
, . r lumber ready for his new building
Fred Featlierntniip returned to'
K.ir catalogue containing fu'l
11. V. MTI.KH, Secretary.
-de nl : or J
i Cfic Best fence on artli.
. Oh, yes! Oh. yes! Ye loyers of yeace and prosperity, good
"2 neighbor and good stock, mid the certainty of harvesting where
JJ you sow. Tin above blessing and many others can bo enjoyed by JJ
r.iplaeiiiK your old feiii'ing itii one of the Ust woven wire fence on ,
M earth, sl
:r THE PAGE FENCE &
Is one of the b-.'t eoiiiinercinl fi'tices on the market. It turns every w
2 thing hut wind and waler And the. Kitselnian fence, built to lit JJJ-
lm your ground, turns eldekens, pis, bulls and liorses. The only ,
M fenre on tile market with barb wiro for selvage, top and bottom. 5j
-JJ For sale bv JJ
J. E. WILLSON. - Independence. 3:
mmm m OftkUKK-nd
Ladies Low Shoes
J Ws offer our entire line of Oxferd
Shot's at exactly half price dur
ing this Hale. ,
11.00 Oxford for 50c
1 00 j
F. A. Bouty,
Independence, - Oregon.
Oregon City, where !. has a pav-
ing position with hi team.
Dick Gaines, Fred Hainan, Frank
!pn1(4 ,, Hon MilH((J ar( ft ,,ftr.
vtl(ltjng , 8hflrmn coUllly.
Tom Reeves had a well drilled
by Lou Stapleton's well drill.
on his farm adjoining Lou Staple'
State normal School,
(iritdtuites of the School are in Cunstant
demand at salaries muging from flO to
t Ml per tiinntb. Students take the state
examinations during their course in the
Si'houl ami are prepared to receive stale
ceriille.iles on graduation. Expenses range
from f I '20 to $176 per year. Strong Normal
course and well equipped Training IVpart
pnrtinent. The fall term opens September
Inf'irination address) K. I). liKSSf.KH, I'resi-
KNTKItPIUSK, INDKI'ENDKNCE, OREGON, JULY 31, VM2.
Mid - Summer
' We have made n good reduction
n Skirts. Our entire line
At reduced prices.
Notice is hereby given that the
county superintendent of Polkj
county will hold the regular exam-j
ination of applicants for state and;
county papers at Dallas, as follows: j
FOR STATh I-AI'KKS.
Commencing Wednesday, Aug
ust 13, at 9 o'clock A. M., and con
tinuing until Saturday, August 1G,
at 4 o'clock.
Wednesday Penmanship, his
tory, spelling, algebra, reading,
'Thursday Written arithmetic,
theory of teaching, grammar, book
keeping, physics, civil government.
Friday Physiology, geography,
mental arithmetic, composition,
Saturday Hotanr, plane geonX-
etry, general history', English liter
FOR COUNTY PAPERS.
Commencing Wednesday, August
13, at 9 o'clock A M., and continu- i
ing until Friday, August 1", at 4
FIRST, SECOND A.I THIRD
Wed nesd ay Pen m an sh i p,
lory, orthoeraphy, reading.
Thursday Written arithmetic
,T. S. .MOO UK,
Only first-class workmen
(1UWI 111 HIV tl,,.lA.
situated on North side of C Street, j
Light Transferring a specialty.
1 ImvejtiHt put on a new light
dray and would solicit a part of
your trade in the dray business.
Of all kinds
These will le one of the features
Two weeRs' sale.
Why don't you let
De menmoutb Shoemaker,
Repairyour shoes for harvest and bop
picking. Then buy some new ones.
You'll save money. Try it and see.
theory of teaching, grammar, school
Friday Geography, physiology,
mental arithmetic, civil govern
ment. PRIMARY CERTIFICATES.
Wednesday Penmanship, or
thography, reading, arithmetic.
Thursday Art of questioning.
j theorv f teaching, methods, physi-
1 rM 1 f .
l nose aesiri ng copies oi ine new
course ot stuay mav nave tnem Dy
applying by mail or in person.
C. L. Starr,
County School Supt.
Saves iv Woman's Life.
To have given up would have meant
deuth to Mrs. Lois Oragg, of Dorchester,
Mass. For vears she had endured nn-
told misery from a severe lung trouble
j and obstinate cough. "Often,'' she
'writes, "I could scarcely breathe and
! sometimes could not speak. All doc-
I tors aud remedies failed till I used. Dr. !
I Kinw'x 'evv Discnvprv for ( niisiimntion I timber lands In the stales ot California, Ore
King s .tw lils(0 erj lor v onsnniption i Kn lNVH(1a nm1 Washington Terrltorv," as
and was completely cured. sutiererB j extended to all the public land states by act
from conirhs. colJs. throat and limit or August 4. . lsai Mna Kelso, of Indepeu-
j trouble need this grand remedy, for it
j never disappoints. I ure is guaranteed
I by Kirklatui Drus Co. Price. ftOo and
i.00. Trial Unties free.
); Notice is hereby given that I. theunder
) signed ndniiuistiatrlx have filed In the
) j county court my rtnal atH-ount and reiHrt in
)t the matter of the estate of Joseph Millet, de
li ceased, and the Hon. J. K. sibley, county
't Judge of Polk county. Oregon, wherein said
1 j matter Is pending, has fixed the 4th day ot
1 August, lli2, at the houroi U o'clock A. AI.
ol said day, at the county court house lu Dal.
reduced prices. We want all
This is the corset without a lice.
They are comfortable, durable and
healthy. We enjoy a good trade
on them, but want more in u;e. Try
one at our sale price.
Polk county f Oregon, an the lime uaci
place when said final account and rcuort
will be heard. AH ierous intereaied In iaid
estate are ri(Uesteu to appear m Mtidtime
and make ohjeclionti. li uny tliey have, way
such account and report shuuld'iiut be al
lowed and the administratrix be discharged
irom such trust. This'Jith day of June, loirj. .
Administratrix ol the estate of Joseph
Butler and t?oad. attorneys for estate.
First pub. June 2H.."
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.
Notice for Publication.
I'nlted 8taies Land Otflce,
Oregon City. Ore., June In, lisri.
Notice is hereby given that in compliant
with the provisions of Hie act of congress uf
Junes, IsTS, entitled "An act for the sale of
timber lands In the states of i 'allfnrula, Ore
gon, Neva.da,and Washington Territory." as
extended to all the public, land states by act
of August 4. IsSi. Sadie .Smith, or Indepen
dence, comity of Polk, stale of Oregon, lias
this day Hied In this office her sworn state
ment No. 577, for the purchase or the N E l4
of Section No. at in Township No. 8, Ranne
No. 7 W, and w ill offer proof to show that
the land sought Is more valuable lor its tim
ber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish her claim to said laud before
the County Clerk of Polk county at Dallas.
Oregon, on Saturday, the 30th day of
She names as witnesses: H. B. Kelso, or
Independence, Oregon; 1. 1,, smith, ot Inde
pendence, Oregon: Vlda Kelso, of Indepen
dence, Oregon; Kiley Burbank, ol Pedee,
Ancand all norona flalminur adritscalv
nS";itair m, ,
j '? " etaims mtm omce ou or
! said atth day of August l! 0i
First pub. June lltth.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1ST;
Notice for Publication.
I'nitod States Land Office.
Oreaon City. Ore., June lu, IMC,
Notice Is hereby given that in t-ompiinnce
with the provisions of the act ot couaressof
,iune:i, ISTs, entitled "An act for the sale of
r .uni t. ,.i rt)m, MNir ,i una
this day filed in thisoiliee her sworn stute
i nient No. "7S1, for the purchase of the SKl, of
i Section No. 2 in Township No. ds, halite
No. 7 W, and will oiler proof to show that
j the land sought is more valuable for its lim
jberor stoi.e than for agricultural purposes,
I and to establish her claim to said land beiore
the county clerk of Polk eonntv, af Pallas,
Oregon, on Saturday, the SOtti day o Ausust,
! IS 2
' She names as witnesses: I. I. Smith, of In
i dependence, Oregon; sadle Smith, of Inde
pendence. Oreaon: Kiley Rurbank. of I'cdee,
Oregon; H. B, Kelso, of Independence,
Auy and all persons claiming adversely
t lie above-described lands are requested l
rile their claims In this office ou or beiore
said 30th day of August. UOi
CHAS. B. MOORE-.
First pub, June 3K.