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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 14, 1902)
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-' j jt Wuonr'e Sod touches the thirsty spot.
X toolitnd rffrtihtn you, j j j
Independence and ittoiwioutb
.. ., lUvUm ir...J control of the Normal BooR Store mt
Monmouth we wlh to call ih attention of tbe HipI of Polk
...ti nty that v are now In a poition to serve, tlmm In the
Stationery and Confectionery
I.I.,.., bett.-r than ever More. Will, our two .tn. wo can give you
tho eliileo of two stocks.
At Our Fountoln
You will lln.1 the best of everything I" tl.H Hod Unit. he Cream in
any nuaiilltv made Horn tl pure cumin.
iv gun..,, ' i-" iin-o
SPECIAL PRICES IN QUANTITIES.
ADDITIONAL LOCALS. . ' Phone have been put in the
j j I Wagoner stationery stores here
. K. MJoek w a Portland .t Monmouth.
. Cllllu was uuru v
Mrs. K. Kmerson, of North Inde
pendence, last week.
The Uiger boy, living near Suver,
wan thrown from ahorse Tuesday
and sustained severeinjuries to the
J. B. V. Butler and family, of
Monmouth, and Mauiice Butler, of
thiti p'ace, left Wednesday for the
Dr. K. L. Ketchnm returned this
week from a trip to hodavine,
where his father i camped. We
.,.1-rv inur his father's health
i very poorly and does not show a
much improved conuiuon.
The child of Mr. and Mr. Chas.
n !. Sit I
j muruii i .juii.- in.
Miss Kate Williamson, of The
Dalles, daughter of the
'elected congressman, Is family of
j Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hubbard.
! Oris Rob'rlsoii was brought
from Salem to Independence Wed
nesiluy morning. He Is feeling
much better end will soon be
ready for the operation.
Mr. and Mr. Conn, of I.akeview,
visited with the parents of M'k,
Conn, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Butler,
at Monmouth, this week. Mr.
Conn returned to I.akeview Tucs-
! Che Best fence on artb. I
a oh, y,! (Ii, yes! Ys lovers of -se and prosperity, good Jj.
-2 neighbor, sn.l gool stock, and the rertnl.ity of harvesting where
m you now. The shove Mesln and iimnyolhercan he enjoyed l.y
replacing your old fencing wltii one of the Ul woven wire fence on JJ,
:S """" THE PAGE FENCE
S In one of the U-st c nnmercial fences on tbe market. It turn, every-
l tl.it.K l'"t win.l ami water And the Kit-elma.! fer.ee, built to fit -
your ground, turn chickens pi, hulls and horns. Tbe only G
S fH,.e on the market with harl.wiM for selvage, top and bottom
For sale by -
S J. E. WILLSON. - lndependence.:
At the United Evangelical church
next Sunday; .Sunday school at
10 A. M.; K. L. O. K. t 7 P. M.;
union services at 8 P. M. 'Ih
pastor will preach on the subject,
"Thi. Divimttf f.f Christ. A 1 are
The valley mut quit raising wheat
I if money is to be mad'?
Ia!!: to Have Stove Factory.
C. I, Hubbard, a stove contrac-
visitor this week.
Chits. Brant, of Salem, spent
Wednesday in town.
Mrs. Bowden left Tuesday
morning for Newport.
Pearl Hedges returned Tuesday
afternoon from the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Irvine, after
a month at the coast, returned
Frank Whitenkcr, who has Wen
at Newport a eounl of weeks, re
turned home Tuesday.
N. S. Butler came up from Port
land Tuesday morning, going oyer
on the motor to Monmouth.
Mrs. John K. Johnson, who has
been visiting relatives here and at
Monmouth, left Tuesday for Port
land. Prof. David Torbet, of Albany
college, left Tuesday for Shreve,
Ohio, where he goes to visit his
father, who is 82 years old. Al
The last of a float of 10,000,000
r..... ..f Ulm and white fil logs has
passed Independence, bound for the
paper mills at Oregon t-uy.
belong to the Spauldings well
kmwn up-river timbei dealers,
and were first put in the Luckia
mule and Santiam rivers. Forty
men were in chargjof the logs.
O. Irvine, who for the past
seven months has hud charge of
tbe mechanical department of the
Criterion, has "resigned his place,
Imviriff ( cetited a position as clerk
in the Hotel Lebanon, and will
ontor 1111(111 his new duties the first
,PYt. week, ltov makes this
change on account of his health.
He is an old hotel "runner" and
thoroughly' understands the busi
noes. Lebanon Criterion.
The re-oncning of the Buena
Vista M. K. church will take place
on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
Tin. will be a fine program eacn
dav. Saturday afternoon there is
to he a basket picnic and in the
evening a musical and literary en
tertainment at which Miss Mar
guerite Longacre, of Chicago, wiil
assist. Services on Sunday i at 11
A. M.: children's service at 3 1 . M.
and evening services at 8. Mon
day there will be an old-fashioned
Methodist tea meeting and lecture
in the evening.
A. Noltrier. of Portland,
i the city today.
Hon Ci. L. Hawkins returned
from the coast this week, but will
return Saturday for a few days.
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lie rciHjnit niuio iiv-umo ..... hi
' 1 ! Miss Eflie Richardeoti and Mrs.
usual. j K HutcheriB were southbound
It is now thought hop-picking 1 passengers today.
will not commence before the otn
ot September. The Marion county
1 a e .11 .. M Lf li,aia (if
Mr. Ccsniillette, father of Mrs. r o ...,
David Whiteak-r, was the victim of j -hipping st-.ves to Portland .n tbe
a v,ry painful accident Wednesday, rough as heretofore he has com
While slashing brush with Fred arrangements with the J
Hooper, the latter accidently .track clfic Cooperage Company to p a .
Mr. Coquillette's hand, badly j complete stove factory in Dallas,
woundsng several fir.gers. The stoves will be completed here
K V. (Vme came in from Vale.! jointed and beveled ready for
d bendiniz. Mr. Hub-
I Considerably over a third of
i.t t... e i i ...t....l ia
growers announce they will begin ; iQ rlUg t,e lumber down from
l.! .1 f.t n.. . .i r.. ...111 Una l.nnn
picking then. ; tho Coust Ranpe mill hits been
, , ' . ibuilt Falls City Leader
Dr O 1). Butler has been snpoin-; vunu 13 j
ted by the Southern Pacific dis
trict surgeon for their railway, em
bracing all territory between
Airlieand Dallas and Whiteson
Grain is not turning out as well
as expected, the threshers report
ing 15 bushels to the acre the
average yielc The recent warm
wave plaved havoc with springs
..-.-;.,u fiuimnf me nernum iu
mature neiore me piuprj iuu
bard is an enterprising business
man of Dallas and will push this
business to the front. It has al
ready added much to the prosper
ity of Dallas and will in the future
be one of its leading industries.
Cbe University of Oregon
The flrtst Semester, Session 1902-3,
opena Wednesday, September 17th.
Tbe following Schools and College are
.mr.ri.il iii the University. Urauu-
Next .Saturday Kveiiinff's Pro-lrruni.
r . 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ... ' " ..- -
March "Bride Elect" Sousa ' ate School, College or literature, rei-
"Ukota Waltzes" I'ettee ! ence and Arts. College of science a -d
March .'Thunderer" ..... - - Son,, j .t Sl
Overture.... "Living Picture."... Uamy T "
"Fan Tan". Chinese March. .Anthony
(This is characteristic Chinese
iiiciBie. Listen and see if it is
not typical Chinese music.)
Overture. 'T9t and Present". Dal by
March.. 'I Flower of the Flock". .Green
Star Spangled Banner
Prof. Lucas, musical director
rCUlMIl UI U -
Tuition free, excepting in Schools of
Law, Medicine and Music. (Incidental
fee f 10, Student-Body tax $2.60 per
year.) Coat of living from 100 to (200
per year. For catalogue, address
Registrar of tDe University,
"CP -v-l-l-l f t.
. . . xi .,-r I'rft.h.lMilanceontimeatepercentjfairhonseandbarn.
No. 1. 62 acres north from lwisvuie, on couiuj,
t; ? t:r:;;,:::r.:;,T;i,,. . s - - - - -
ii're.i..,..,,.i.i...nii,i... ni.,Ilir..r.. ..,,. M ,d
i two or
cres larue and small iiniocr. Hiifi"' . ., , 0
o. 5. N E lJ of Bee. in Tp 0, 8 K West of th. ..paU. MUn. PoU ff , Oregon all under .oW
barn, some fruit trees ; 25 acre, can m pis . "
fmir vra time 8 per cent interest, uuv mn - o
four ) ears time. !,.,,. barns old house, no good, tine orchard, good water ; 40 acres set to red clover,
No 7 "10 acres atoek farm, southwest from Lewlsville 8 miles .fine stock barn, good bo, bouse, small orchard, on county
PHce forir!ew1Twn; balance on ooe or live year, time at B percent
2 "I ranch. S good barns, small bo, house, 80 acre, plow .and, 7 miles west from LewUvil.e, on county road. Price
ranch, west 8 m.les from LewisviHe, on county road. ,0 acres In cultivation, all under good fence, Joio. 7
"rIrWstion.bahmcetim.ra,, pasture, watere, by spring, and cree, M building, Price, H
down and balance on time at 6 fH-r cent. ' This is or. county road. ,
No. H. So acres, tine bottom land, all can be plow.,, no buildings, fenced all around. Price. 2o per act, 2 miles N W o A H .
I; V 1,5 scree. 20 acres plow land, balance hill and pasture, good water, new houee and barn. Price, ,20 per acre. 2 miles from
To'TnZ, U praine land, ne as in the county, no baiUings, fenced on 3 sides, on county road. Pr.ceO per acre, cash
nI'h. 300 acre. 5 miles north from I,wv.e, on county road, bur house, good bam and orchard, water, creek and spr,nBs. Lrice.
Z 7 121) acrei, 8 W from LewisviHe, sma,, bouse and barn, , acre. ,n prunes. Price, ,10 ,er acre ; S00 h. ba,ance on tune at
IZlZ the ranches I have Hsted for x S ZZ
and see me at Lerville, Polk county, Oregon. I would be pleased to meet 1" K8pectmiy,
yon. H. S. Smitfl,