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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1902)
INDEPENDENCE ENTERPRISE, INDEPENDENCE, OREGON, OCTOBER 2,,H02,
Soason is on this month. If
you want to hunt you will
nood a gooil gun ami ammu
nition. Wo can supply you
with both tho
Gun and Ammunition
Shells loadoil to onlor. Sto
our lino of hunting coats.
Wo carry juailruplo-coiitol
In rolU'o-pots, toa-pols, stew
lu-ttlosjtlish pans, rito-hoilors.
hm 1 R
n tho kiml you nhouhl havi'.
Wo uro proparotl to hlmw yu
"Tho Ofcan Wave
Is huilt on now scicntilio
prinoiplos. tiuaranti'oo! to ln
tho lightost, rasy-ninning
anl host washing nuuhino
Is complete in every detail.
Tho following lines aro the
"Saving at the Spigot
Wasting at the Bung"
That's what buying poor paint
means. Taint Buy bo low-priced
by the gallon and be extravagant
to use owiuir to the poor coverinir
nowcr and weariusr quality. After
thfc paint id applied it's too lute to
save. Start rmit aaa use
Made to paint buildings with.
pon"t forgot if you
neid a range, cook stovo or
heater call in and examine
our lino. Tho
Jh of the host make
and hakes perfectly, and
will last a lifo time. Our
prices aro right.
Frazer (EL Rice.
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BuiMUt Vista. Krnet Cole made a bunim-titf trip to
Mr and Mb. R. P. M.ll and Mis Monmouth Monday.
Nettie Hall left for the.r Oregon City Meal weather prevail again since
j the recent rain anil farmers are busy
home Monday. ,
j doing the odd jobs that are always to
I!( n't foiget it band your subserip j ljt! j,,, on a raIlcll ju the autumn le
tion to. tbe local agent and fe'1'1 tue j fore plowing.
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When in Need
Of anything in the
Tailoring line call '
W. G. SHRAN
Ladies' and Gentlemen's suits, any style,
Made to Order
An elegant line of Fall and Winter samples
ready for your inspection. Place of business in
bank: buildinq, independence
Claude Lee, of Junction City, veiled
relative here thin week.
! Albert Ilavlseou made a business
I trip to Salem Monday. '
Mrs. H. I.. Hall returned Tuesday:
j from a visit to relatives in Corvallis.
The Kvangelieal Aid ladies gave
Mr. and Mrs. Uu I'agenkopf a pleas
ant surprise Monday evening at their
home. About a dozen of the Aid
; members gathered In, bringing re
i freshmenta, and the evening proved
uioMt enjoyable to nil.
, "Sow winter goods of all sorts uie
' now t be lound at Jiuena Vista's up
i to-date stores, and the proprietors are
j kept busy waiting on customers early
: and lute.
i The lirt front of the wawni tilnuk
tbet pnrtu Sunday night, and the "old
j inhabitant" complained of rheiimatie
joints and 'numbed fniKern ax be
: aml.led forth Monday morning.
j A handHome new Ilayen buu'try wan
j pun-haned this week by Hurley Mali
I for bin wife.
The (ieigei Hale lata week was large
lp attended and everything fold well.
' A free lunch wan served tf about. liVl
' hungry tneti, and 1h naid lo have been
' fin-t-eltiHS and jilentifu!.
I " WaHfi" (iibnon, of Monmouth, was
; a visitor here Wednesday.
We Are Conscientious.
! SubdtituteH, ami impure tlrun have no nco in our (dure. We
know phyniuiunH do not want us to use thetn. otnl wo won't do it.
i Every prescription here is compounded of pure drugs by careful,
i competent and accurate pharmacist, who don't make niiwtiikes.
You can trust us with your prescription preparing.
A. S. Locke, Druggist,
MAIN STREET, INDEPENDENCE. OREGON.
Glenn Goodman, Miss Jlesnio j
liutler and Helen Cooper are alii
improving from an attack of fever, j
Strayed or Stolen.
Eight head of cattle One white 4-
ear-old Milk Cow; one whim 3-year-old
Milk Cow; one black li-year-old
Milk tow; one black Steer Calf; one
roan Steer Calf; one red and white
speckled Ileiler Calf; one roan 3-year-old
Hull ; one 2-year-old red Heifer. All
branded V on right hip and marked
with crop and under bit in right ear.
A suitable reward for the recovery of
name will be paid at Corvallis, Or.
J. W. VINEYARD.
THE INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL BANK
CTVIPIT-A-I, STOCK, $50,000.00.
II HIltSllDEIiti, President. A P. It AM Nhl.HlN, Vie.. President
(!. W. IliVINK, Cashier.
(li:l'".('TOi:s. II. llnwhberg, l. W. Sear-, H. V, f'mith, M. W. Sttiwart aiuB
i general bunking and exchange husmcss t.mnsiieted. Loans made. llillp
diseounted. Couiiuerelid crclits granted. Ieposits receWed on current account
ubject to check.
REPEATING SHOT GUNS
are cheap in price, but in price only. ' Take Down
guns list at $27.00 and Solid Frame guns at $25.00, but
they will outshoot and outlast the highest priced
double barreled guns, and they are as safe, reliable
and handy besides. Winchester Shot Guns are made
of the very best materials that can be procured, a
thoroughly modern system of manufacture permitting;
them to be sold at buyable prices. .
FREE-Send nime ind addi-cu on po.til crd for 184 p. Illurted c.tloue.
,..,.urcTrn RFPFATINQ ARMS CO.. NEW HAVEN, CT
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