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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1902)
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Monmouth's Big Dry Goods Store!
Onenlnv Sale minim
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1902
" "rt tlf1. n Por Cent on every dollar Cash Purchase, excepting Shirting, Muslin,
Darin which time w will ullw a Special Discount of Ten Per Lent on every uo
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Clothing We have purchased a largo new and up-to-lulf
ht.wk i.f men', Im.vk' and youths clothing, boV
uit from $1 t, l 1 .Hi! per unit. Men's huUh from .r. t
$l7.,-(, largo nsHortmcnt, latent fctyleH. When you want
a nice,' new and Htylinh unit com ami u.
ta -,cVn urn nhowintr the larireKt ami inont
cunil.lete lino line nfdreH good xVver Keen in Monmouth,
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i n unn fl A H emu pricing all the best
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STOCKINGS ? nu,.
tons, and various other new and desirable
TOUCH GOODS FOR ROUGH
Triple Knee, Toe Allied
AS SHOWN HERE.
RAVEN BRAND TVT rvi",li
Capes and Jackets We have a fine line of women g.
iniBHCB' and children V ( apes, Jackets and I'urs. It will
be to your advantage to net- our line before making your
Our line 'of men's women'- and children's underwear
cannot be excelled anywhere and our prices are way
Hats in all styles and prices.
IDhon vou want Shoes our store is the place to get
them. All kinds for every day wear and line drts dxien for men women's,
and children's at prices that will please you. Trade with us and you will
always be nappy.
NpV FOR SALE BY "
" 7 i. ,a,no,.tMi hnme this week and may
Yours For Business,
. M. Daniel,
,,..- t.ii, i i it I'ltTY ! in Rainier, niowt of whom were
(greatly surprised to hear of Ina be
such a plight. Hia aged
lung l HhUmhi.
Oregonian: u',lllhl'rwllx' j dfad for everal yeHrc. barring a
24 veur old. wo locked up at ;ne
mother in workinit in Cathlatnet at
I $C t.er month. His father ha been
fxjliee station hu-t night, charged
with participalinu in the ronnery
' of the Imperial saloon ivt Indepen
dence, ami will probably he taken
for trial to.lay. He' "
tested at Rainier. Word of the
robbery h"d been cent t' that!
place. Marshal SchtineHen anil
Constable Fowler learned ofW'euth
rwiix'n presence in a hotel at
Hainier. hut hud fome ilifllottlty in
JocntinR their man, na the hotel
proprietor n fiicd io admit the of
ficers unle-K I hey hud iv warrant.
The fugitive was arretted in the
upper Ktory of the hotel and hand-mlT.-.i
Upon arriving at the jail
he made a hrei:k tor liherlv The
-I.nt nnd eonetahle li'ed eix
hot io the ft i r hut h coiitinn.'.l to
r.in for ahmit 'J00 yards, when he
took to the brnah and wan 'ap-
tmed Heing handciilh-'l he coulil
little scrape relatinR to a fiah net,
which coct the county aiui hia
father several hundred dollars
each, Weatherwax has been con
e'ulered a good boy."
io.'M hike Hot Cakca.
"The fiwtt aelling article I have In
niv More." wrlten Druirglut l.
Hmllli, of Iavm, Ky , "Ik Dr. King's
New Dleoovery for tHximimption,
Cough and Cold hecaUMe It always
cures. In myalx years of bhU? it na
never failed. I have known it to eave
HUlVeifin from throat and tung dieeaxea
who could get no help from doetora or
any other remedy." Mothers rely on
It, tx'Kt phyxlehm prescribe It, and
Klrkland Iriitf Co. guaranteea entls
faetloitor refund price T.lal bottles
free. Regular slues, filto and $1.00.
A man who has been working in
the Hubbard hop yard w unar
rested today by the city maivbal,
rh it ranA v ith stealinif clothes. The
hi ' '' " '
not run throunh the hrudi. A lia ouae against him ia a very strong
patch from Rainier Hnys: one. He will be examined on the
Weatherwax has many fi inula J charge in a day or two.
mcnmoMHitckptndence and Salem
Leaves Monmouth at 7:30 A. M.
Leavea Independence at 8 A. M.
Returning leaves Palem at 2:'1() o'clock P. M.
Headquarters at Little Palace Hotel, Independence,
lied Front Ram at Salem.
J. A.T3YERS. Prop.
ledee. ' I
Tim winter term of our school bejfan
oil Monday of this week with Miss
Jessie Wilson, of Alrlie, a teaener.
Thomas Kinchin recently bought 44
head of young cows from Jo Brown.
Mr. Kinchin Is seeding 60 acres of land
to Bra and Is making otner prepara
tions for extensive breeding of live
Will Shewey, Jr., is helping Elmer
Lewis to bail hops
Mrs. Charles Kerber, alter a three
weeks' visit with her parents and other
relatives here, has returned to her
home lu Weudling, accompanied by
her mother, Mrs. John Kituer.
Mrs. Clarence Irwin, who was the
guetstof her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wo
mer, has returned to her home at Phil
omath. J. A. Hauuum Is having large quan
tities of gr.w 1 put on the roads in this
vicinity. Mr. Haonuni has charge of
all the public roads in tbis precinct.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Wouurwere Dal
las visitors last week.
Potato diniilog is the chief oecupa
tlmi of most of our farmers at this time.
Seventy-five per bushel Is the ruling
price in our local market, but it Is re
ported that they are selling at a much
higher figure in some parts of the
Rex Womer made a Hying trip to j
Philomath last week.
TheSpauldmg Logging Co. is stor
ing large quantities of luter feed at
their camp on the upper Luckiamute.
A number of our citize a met at the
school house one day last week and
erected a substantial woodshed for the
use of the school. Director Womer
superintended the work,
The Bpaulding Logging Co. has in
creased its capital stock from $100,000
to flSO.OOO and have very materially
Increased their output of logs.
Mrs. John Dyeraod the younger
members of the family have returned
from Wendilng, where her husbaud
and two sous are employed by the
Booth-Kelly Loggiug Co. Mr. Dyer
is expected home this week and may
start logging operations on a tract ot
timber land he owns on the Upper
Frequent liberal showers that fell
during the past week quecched the
forest fires, cleared the air of smoke,
put an end to the dust and Parted a
vigorous growth of pasture grassea.
Crop aod weather correspondents
of the weather bureau at Portland
I L... KH nrrjitlnn In ue Vnur
m...i, n.j,i,oh Stock and Poultry Medi
cine and m pieasea v ny mai I never
used anvthintf for stock that gave half as
! good satisfaction. I heartily rtconv
I mend it to all owners or iron.
J. B. BELSHEK, St Louis, Mo
c?:lr ,..b- lvmltrv ftliontil not
OH"V BUM. .
eat cheap stock food any more than
sick persons should expect to be
oi.-ed by food. When your stock
ami poultry are sick give them metl-
- ' ' -uriili ii'1-.rtli..
I u'ine. x'un piuu ... "i." .......
less stock toKls. L nio.ui tne ooweis
and stir up the torpid liver and the
animal will be cured, it n oe possi
ble to enre it. black-Draught Stock
ami Poultry Medicine unlcads the
bowels and stirs up the torpid liver.
It cures every malady of stock if
taken in time. Secure a K-cent can
of Wack-Draught Stwk and Poultry
Medicine and itwill pay for itself ten
times over. Horses work better. Cows
give more milk. Hogs gain flesh.
And hens lay niore eggs. It sol ves the
problem of making as much blood,
flesh and energy as possible out of
the smallest amount of food con
sumed. Buy a can rxom your ueaier,
have been notified to discontinue
their weekly reports until rhe first of
April, 1!K3. A monthly report of the
progress of farm work and crop condi
tions is requested until the weekly re
ports are resumed uext apriug. The
regular monthly reports of local eor
respondenta which are made direct to
the department of agriculture are also
discontinued by order of the depart
Mr. William I. Morrison, ooe of our
enterprising young farmers, was mar
ried in Albany last week to Miss Delia
Pagenkopfof that city.
Shakes For Sale.
Douty's store has several thou
sand good ones for sale.
M. 0. Potter, of Portland, was a
business visitor in Independence
Monuments and Head
Cruck transfer Co.
F.Jvl. SINNER, Prop.
! $t ....My personal attention given to
I 4 all orders entrusted to me. Prompt
il attention in every instance
It PHONE 274.