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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1902)
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Tlx kin.lH that .to pmk! work. Easy runninR with all lato
ii,ii,r)VMiH'Mt. W'v carry tl ,tanl;wl, mw Loyal
ir fvcrytliiiiK in tne
In mado of llio lnKt Hint fclasH
niul will not break by heat.
Will give moit! liht and last
longer than thu old ntyle
Call your attention to the
Reduction on Wall Paper
You can find in this department Home excellent
vahu'H Hiich as
Double Roll From 5 Cents
A bijj line of nct-ond-haml
Heater from "U cents up.
Show up to advan
tage if they are prop
erly framed. Our
embrace all the now
patterns ami our
prices are right.
The new style of
Iron Bed Steads
From $3.50 to $15
(and they are beauties)
N'e crry a Hi.e of plitit., spring
They will t'ke the place ol a
- - bedstead and eprii.gs if you are
In our Furniture Department cromi(;d for i. roou, fpac.
;n fiml a Irp( assortment ot
J ' ' ' " c
Commencing at the low price
and ninging on up according
quality and finish.
Wo start I he price- on
At $2.50 "ch
B; Iter ones at better prices.
The Kiddels 1 111 IttMiiiloii Alter
A pleasant meeting of brothers
after a long separation was had
Thursday when Alexander Kiddle
of San Fernando, Trinidad visited
William Utddel at this place. Tho
brothers parted 35 yearn ago at
their old home in Scotland, where
their aged parents now reside.
They are hale, vigorous, active men
and have seen life in its many
phases. This is Mr. Riddel's
tirnt visit to the United States and
he is greatly impressed with the
many possibilities to be found
especially in the West, lie is
manager and owner of a large
Standing cf Correspondents.
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M Wfctch Chains 8
'Sj tvery bit as handsome I
V3if as solid flold &'
5n5 chains, fully as &
Jlja serviceable and jWT
(fB a great deal (SSL
IS. chcaber. t.
chain for every one
that does not give
0. JL Kramer 6-
Jewelers and Opticians.
Biinna Viota, II 'J
Itnllston, li "
Monmouth, A -a'
Parker. O !
l IUH IVj V. y
A. Doiity and I'liy Simpson
have Bought the Indepen
dence Saw Mill.
The Independence Saw Mill has
changed ownership. F. A. Douty
and l'hy Simpson of the Luckia
mute Logging Co., have purchased
Biopo::::::::::::::::::'-; the property of j. m. stark. The
:.. ...;il mm hA mill
) new propriciuia tiji (,"
j a thorough overhauling and will
greatly increase its output. Be
sides taking car-j of the local trade
it is the purpose of the new pro
prietors to seek larger markets on
Young Man Accused ot Theft
Makes n "Getaway" at
R. O. Marshland, a young man
v, liuir.ttn )hi was in mil at
Dallas on the charge of taking a
purse and some money from the
home or Judge Collinc, where he
was staying unule his escape last
night. Sheriff HVd had gone to
the jail to lock up the ceils for the
night and while he was locking in
another man young Marshland,
who was sitting in a window
jumped up, ran down the stairs
and was gone before hord realized
what had happened. Ford thinks
ho went to Independence and nas
gone in search of him.
Marshland evidently had not
planned the escape, as he left his
straw hat lying on the table.
Sealed bids wanted for the Wood
man Hall to be erected at Cnena
Vista. Ore. Work to commence
May 1, 1903 and to be completed
in 30 days. Building to lie 2Gx50
feet with 24 feet studding. Plans
and specifications nan be see at any
time at the Bueua Vista Cash
store. Bids to be opene d Dec. 15
Right reserved to reject any and
all bids. Address all communi
cations to W. S. McClain, chair
man board of Managers, Buena
Old Iron Wanted.
For the next four weeks I will
ray 118 per ton for eld machine
castings, delivered at tne ianas
Goes Like Hot Cakes.
"The fastest selling article I have in
r, i- T
my store,' writes aibs01 -
Smith, of Pavis, Ivy., "is Lr. w8
New Discovery for Consumption,
r!m..rh hiuI Holds, because it always
. . .. . i
cures. Inuiysix years oi sura n.
..bvpi- fniled. I have known it to save
suflerers from throat aud luu diseases
who could get no liehi from doctors or
any other remedy." Mothers rely on
it best physicians prescribe it, ami
Kirklttiui DruK Co. truarantees satis
faction or refund price. T.ial bottles
free. Regular sizes, 50c and f 1.00.
Hop Yards Wanted.
50 to 200 acres of hop yards in j
full bearing wanted in tlfis vicinity j
at cash or share rental, on one or;
five year leases. . ;
Tlease give full description of j
yards and buildings and also state
quality grown this season. j
Loris A. IIorst, i
302 California St., !
San Francisco, Cal. j
Rev. T. P. Ilaynes, who several
years ago was paster of the Southern j
Methodist church here, was an in-1
coming passenger Friday afternoon J
He has been returned to the local j
church and to the one at Lewisville.
" An atttck of la grippe left me
with a bd cough. My friends said
I had consumption. I then tried
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and it
cured me promptly."
A. K. Randies, Nokomis, III.
You forgot to buy a bot
tle of Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral when your cold first
came on, so you let it run
along. Even now, with
all your hard coughing, it
will not disappoint you.
There's a record of sixty
years to fall back on.
Tbrwihw: 25c.. 50c., $1. All dni(ists. "
Consult jour doctor. If h says tke It.
then do he inys. If he tell you not
to take it. then don't take it. lie kuowt.
Leave It with htm. We are willing.
J . O. AVEK CO., Lowell. Mass.
Pc!R County BanR,
Monmouth, - Oregon.
J. H. Hawlky, P. L. Campbell,
President. Vice Pres.
Ika C. Pow ell, Cashier.
Paid Capital. $30,000.
Directors: J. H. Hawley, P. I..
Campbell, I. M. Simpson, J. B. V.
Butler, John B. Stump, J. A.
Withrow, F. S. Powell.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business