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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1902)
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H you mhiiI li'liiiva llmt mo itrtiatle, Willi h n -mv iirnirfiil pne,aiitl
nil i,i'i.ioii llnil lin-n I picture attire, mImh HiiUIiimI In ,v bent
llli!rt iinihiirr. iiiiiiinli'il on m lili ciiril-iiuniiii, Mlcciid (hum lint
luteal ittil tine III ill the Ulllc, U" t
Iinlfj'i ll-lflirr, Hie. Id villi
Al i ut 1 li ktuilt-Mln im now enrolled
on I In' Noiiiih) bunk.
Mr, i Imnllioii, of fulriii, upenl Fri
day wllli Mr. Hum. p.
Tint maunicr of l In W. of W. tell
ilefed tlx iiiriiilH- x mi ii)tcr iiiT
Ini lrldnv iiIkM.
Walter (iilllln himI l-ri 'l lluU r went
to their elnliim the llmt of the urea
Mr. Jlrury Hum, of l.w lavllle,
pent Humliiy wlili Im inlp here.
lira via I'rnwley I iccnveilnif. fioui n
eyer attack of typhoid fever and t un
anl niont of I'ln tunc mil of IimI,
Miwi Nan Cook li ft VI,y lor Wln
(.ck, Waali., after ml( wk' vUlt
with lier idnter, Mr. Illiiiuliiiinu
Mix itobeiin Hurt Hi, or Corviillin, en
tered wlmol here tlil week .
Mr. ZvlKlt-r took to I tie roml again
Monday after a few day with liln fam
M Im Ji hel Force li ft Kuturday for
her aeliool at Forest drove.
Mra. Hum Haiti win, of Wiiilock,
Wah., la vlfltltiK her mother, Mrs.
Ktnnivtt. Hh expect kk.ii to make
her home lu Polk county.
MlrmKinma Kramer left, laid. Friday
for her cIiihjI at Halem.
W. L. Worth and wife vimteil with
friend m ar Albany Hum! ay.
Iavld Foulkea, of Portland, eiit
few day hint week with relative here.
Mra. Hindu Stanton left Thursday for
her home at Malheur. Hhe waa ac
companied by her brother, Dan Howell.
People are uegiiinlnK f realize that
the F.S'I'KKI'KIHK la the leading paper
In the county by th way the new
Kiibttcribera are coiihiik to.
Mr. Hayer l enlertalnliii two young
Keiitlemeii relutlvea from Iowa and we
hope they will remain perm uiently sh
there are plenty or g''l l'kin girln
lo uniku them welt'onie,
I.lniNiln Murphy and lamlly moved
to llili im Vlnta Hiilurduy for the mcIkhiI
John Wro8, of Alnilru, pent Moii
Jiiy ulhl with his parent here.
Mra. X. Vs. Under, of Portland, la
vlhiting friends here.
Time lire lunkinjf up liere lately aa
there have been fvveral eliuiiges In
Mr, V,(1. (iiniiniiiK, of Corvallia,
wu.i In town Hiilurduy .
Mr. J ni Howe anil family, or ltueiin
VIhU, were in town Saturday.
Hy Coals, of MuTimnioiHla Valley,
waa In town Hulnrtiay.
The Kd bImU'M of Mid KvuliKelioal
chureli, aaHlated hy one or two of the
brethren , K've the ehiireli u thorongh '
Hay, M later, if you have any thing t o
aell, orate in any kind of btininem It
will pay yu to advertine In the Kn
TKHI'HIHK, (or it has the torgeat circu
lation of any paper in the county.
Come on with your old ntavea or any
other old thing and Halleck will pay
yon the cash for It.
John Nicola returned home from
California laat weekj where he hue
been at work for about a year.
Paul Wyinan, of Taeoma, Waab., or
the Normal olaaaof'02, la lu town
calling on old frienda.
Meaara. Dee and Jeaaie Simpson,
Bona of Reuben Kimpaon, have pur
chased the confectionery and Normal
Mr. George Roger 111 again.
iir,M ymi lif.ioU.rrt full.
Wit iiolt'- li.v thu l'lk (iinty (ill.
IHTVf r tt l(lMK Hot I f llcltlltllcllt UXe"
for the year I'mki. No w hy In lliU?
H inn of the nu ll ki'i'iu In be w i ll tn-ilii
fill HU M.
Time will lie irvi( liiiiK M'lvU'i'a at
tin- KvuiiKclhal church next rStiudny
limr iinK mid uvcnliiif. Kvcrylxxly In
vited. AN. lUUeck in lu huletn on IiiimI
fle t It It Week.
J'htlllp Moikf.v, Hr., of ll.'lhel, BH-nt
Huii'Uy in Iunvii.
J. C. Hoe ban added two new bllKX'1'"
and a line "pun of bornea to hia atahle.
Pele Corn well baa a piwitlou In the
Corvallla earring faetoiy.
Dr. OwenH, after In-iug abneiit all
Kiiiiiiner, la In our uildat onoe more.
IteittneHH Ciinnot be Cured
Hy local application a they cannot
reach the dliM-anetl iort Ion of tbear.
There la ouly one way to cure deafiHta,
and that I by cotitttltutioiial remedlea.
Deafnen I canned by an iullamed Con
dition or the tnucoii lining of the
Kualachian tube. When till tube la
Inflamed you have a rumbling sound
or Impel feet hearing, aud when ll is
entirely clcsed deafnee la the reaitlt,
and unlen the Inflammation can be
taken out and thin tulie restored to It
normal condition, hearing will tie de
stroyed forever; nine ernes outofteu
are caused by catarrh, which Isno'b
I ig but an Inrlammed condition of the
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any cane of dealness (caused by ca
tarrh) that cannot tie cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars,
F. J. CHKNKV A CO., Toledo. O.
Hold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pilla are the bet.
NELSON BLANCH A III). At
tlm liotno of tha lirul' pan-nU,
Mr. anil Mra. Frank Blanchard,
on Thursday, September 25,
11102, MN Nellie Blanchard to
Mr. James Nelson, Rev. E. J
DOW LAM BERSON. At the
Presbyterian parsonage, Thurs
day evening, September 25, HH)2.
Minn Mary Latnherson to Jnlien
Dow, Ilov. E. J. Thompson ofli
Tlie best hog food
grown, (iood for
all kinds ot .stock. A Heavy
vit'l(!er;.can be sown fall or
spring. Well adapted to the
Willamette valley. For sale
by Wm . MktzU'.u, who lives
oil the D. J. Whiteaker place,
2 miles north of Monmouth,
Geo.F. Rodgers & Co.
Our Paper Bnd Hags are products of
the best mills lu the country. You
will save money on prices and freight
130 Court St, Salem, Or.
To the Incredulous.
Til KICK WAH SKVF.lt 1IIK MAX
WHO WAH FOOLFlMiR III'M-
iiruiiF.i) - hi-; iii'Miifu-
The hiiuiuii lace afl'oriN In llsell a
UioM slnifitltir study 1 bie are among
tli iiuiiiv'Iaie of thinker tin who
repot." loo much eoulldeuce lo others,
too lllllc coltllilencB III ihemwlves, or
uo confidence Hi anything. The man
who know It all hmiM'lr. tin- ii who
thinks somebody else known It all
and the man who Hunks be know
who know ll all. The egotlat, the
simpleton ami Hie skeptic. Rccognlz.
lug the fad H'. pc"!'1" n ipiire nioie
substantial evlil'lic tban mere word
ami promises, Dr. Purrln n-sori to the
most legilliiiale method or advert iflng
biniKelfby advrrlising hi cures. That
thtw) among the community may be
ollereil an opportunity of investigating
before culling in person upon the doe-
ir. the following names are published
licarlng evidence of the doctor' ability
and skill ss well as success.
J. V. Van Osdol's daughter. Halem,
discharging ears and deafness, cured.
H (I. Dove's daughter, West Halem,
dials-tea and kidney trouble, cured 15
ri. H. Haiim' wm, 373 Marlon street,
Halem. Or., weak lungs, pain in the
side and general debility, cur1.
F. H. Holm, 247 Commercial street,
Halem, catarrh, cured.
J. W. Pate. Jefliraon, Or., rheuma
tism and dlsbetes, restored.
Keubeu Lee and wife. Turner. Or.,
silatlo rheumatism and cough, re
Mrs Georgia Miles, Pratum, Or. .can
cerous tumor In the breat. rapidly dis
Mrs. V. Pfennig. Halem, varicose ul
cer on both limb, restored.
B. Baxter. Ferry street, Kalem, tum
Miss I. Ashford, Woodburn, Or., dis
charging ear, cured." f '
H. F. Kingo, Oervaia, Or., discharg
ing ear. cured.
J. 8. Hesten, Salem, liver coinplalut
ami dyspepsia, cured.
Miss L. Htanlleld. 323 Mill street. Sa
lem, cured ten years ago of deafuess
and discharging ears, cured.
A.O. Byers. Independence, Or., to
tal deafness, one ear cured In two
hours, the other In two months.
Fred Neckerman, Salem, weakness
optic nerve of the eye, pain In eyeballs
and catarrh, restored.
Miss Nettie Durfee, Hhaw, Or., deaf
ness and granulated eyes. Her father,
0. it. Durfee, deafness 23 years, cured.
Oliver Beers, Halem, pain In the
back, kidney and liver complaint,
John B. Hinlth, Woodburn, discharg
ing ears, cured.
Mrs. Job Itlc bards, Salem, deafness,
and little daughter, cured of discharg
ing ears and catarrh.
Dr. Darrin oan be consulted free at
Willamette Hotel, Halem, until No
vember 1. From 10 A. M. to 8 P.M.
dailv. The poor free, except medi
cines. Those willing to pay at, halt
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Sharp,
of Elk Rapid?, Michigan, started
on their return home Tuesday.
They were accompanied to Port-
hind hy Mrs. Sharp's brother, Sam
Mr. Z. J. BeaK who died in this
city September 21st, was horn iu
Tennessee May 27, 1852, and at
the time of his death was 50 years,
3 months and 23 days old. A few
years ago he resided in th'iB city
and was known as a very worthy
citizen and a ekilfull mechanic.
He was formerly a member of the
Christian church and when he
died was a member of the Fraternal
Union of America, under whose
auspices he was buried. He lft a
wife, three children, one sister aad
two brothers to mourn hie sad loss.
('ail mil se" "or -'ock i f
Fall and Winter Hats
Our. line of Beavers complete.
We have them in Is. lb white and
Muck ellicls. With tii'ir Song ostrich
plume or ponpiiu trimmings they
make a very dressy li.it. Tin y will
be much wfirn thi fall.
We have some very pr-tty Street
' Hats c,t" MHl -v"" '" H,,v
Myle. Preity effect iu bin-; f:'i
trimmed with greet?. -r green and
white iiiu-e a good combination. .
Our store will be kept open Friday and
Saturday evenings to accomodate Inde
MISS PEARL SQUIRE, Monmouth
Please Cull and Settle.
Persons knowing themselves to
be indebted to J. M. Stark for lum
ler, etc.. will please call and settle
immediately as 1 need the money.
J. M. Stakk.
Polk County Pomona Grange
will rneH at Bridgeport Saturday
October 11, 1902, at 10 o'clock A.
M. A la'ge delegation from all
the granges in the county is expected-
Notice , . . '.--
All persons owing D. L. Hedges
for peaches will please call and
A good handy man and his wife
want work on a farm. Good willing
workers. Address X Y '., care Enter
Lost, a valise, on the road between
Independence aud Dallas Reward of
fered by owner. A. KTENGEH, 151
Fust street, l'ortlaud, Or.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
At IndeiHMidence, in the State of Ore
gun, at the close of business,
September 15, 10(12.
L"Hfi9 ami discount
2i: ot :
Itil S4 j
.KB 21 '
3i no j
Mi 05 j
:tT6 SS j
,101 3S I
Ovt'rilraft, HKUtfd ttltd imsecurtKl - 3
U. H. llonds to stH-urw clmilHtlon - 12,
Muck, iCi:nrltit-K. etc. - - 2
Biikiiut-h"Hw, furniture mid fixtures IT
Otlier Hcftl ettte owned -
Due from Nlhte Hunk mid bankers - C3,
Hue tYom approved reserve aiienls - 21.
Checksum! utlu'reasli Items - - 3,
Fractional iaier currency, nickels and
cents - - - ( -
I.AWFt'l. MoNKV It KM K H V B IN HANK, VIK:
Specie .... $ ,3l SO
I.eiraMetider notes - - I 00
Hedomptlon fund with V. is. Treasurer,
(5 percent of circulation)
6M on I
OnpitnlstiKk pal.Un .... ( 50,000 00
surplus fund 10.iW 0
I'ndlvidiHl profits, less expenses and
taxes ld - l'
National bank notes outstanding - - 12,500 00
line to other National banks - t 59
Dividends unpaid ----- 1,HI 00
Individual dOoslts snhject to check - lf.2,afi 77
Uemand certificates of deposit - - IS.OtW 18
State of rtreiron.
County or Folk, '
I f w. Irvine, Cashier ofthe above-named
bank, do solemnly swear lhal the above statement
Is true to the beat of my knowledge and belter.
0. W. IRVINE, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2-llh day
ofdepteasber, 1902. J. W. KlHKl.Axn,
. . 1 Hoc, K'nfurv tlllilli
B. F. SMITH.
The last band concert of the
season was given Saturday even
ing. Next season they should be
commenced earlier, when theeven-
j ings are wanner and longer.
; The second quarterly conference
of the United Evangelical church
occurs next Saturday evening and
Sunday. Preaching in the church
I at Buena Vista at 8 o'clock Satur
j day evening; the business meeting
; of the conference will be held juEt
! after the preaching service; preach
iingand communion services at 11
A.M. Sunday; preaching at the
' school house on the river road at
3 P.M.; services at Independence
in the evening at 8 o'clock. Rev.
. D. M. Melzger, of Dallas college, is
expected to be present to
with the business of the conference
and will do the preaching.
Then your liver isn't acting
well. You suffer from bilious
ness, constipation. Ayer's
Pills act directly on the liver.
For 60 years they have been
the Standard Family Pill.
Small doses cure
Want your moustache or board s beautUui
brown or rich black ? Then Me
BO cm o. ommmtn. a H.it a Co. . b.hu, w. M.
X VI L
To make a long story short
These warm days we will not toll you ot
the beauty or Hue rlnih of our laundry
work, but just remind you that when
vou want that delicate colored negligee
laundered that we will do it just like
new without injury to color or fabric.
Our work on linen collars and cutis
Well: 'nutf said! Orders left at Kutch'e
barber shop on the Salem stage will re
ceive prompt attention.
Salem Steam Dundry,
Colonel- J. OliuBted, Prop. Doroua
D. Olmsted. Mgr. 1'houe 11. 320