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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1902)
FRAZER & RICE,
American Tin Plate
Converted into utensils of great
strength and utility is our special
offering this week.
The stock consist? of articles for
the Kitchen, lV.rv, Farm. etc.
All are new goods ami are re
If you know anything about our
wav f i-ellini! yon know that
these prices, tho' low, m.l pur
chase articles of value.
If you are going to build eume in
and "look over our very eoiupl-te
line of Hinges, D.i locks. Brackets,
etc We are recognized headquar
FTt 3 s
is a good old-fashioned var
nish made for general use.
It's a household varnish
just the thing for touching
up the woodwork, doors,
You can buy half a pint
or a gallon.
Implements of Modern
And couslrtirli n will grealjf
facilitate lh work on the farm
Hiid thereby inert tUii.p yield
while 'ccret.i.i.B the ct.M of pro
duction. Come in and rtudy t!"
We are showing It will give "s a
chunct. to explain the merit -f
these goods, which will p'ove in-K-resling
from th- Mumlpoinl of
quality and price.
0b to.3. s
Farm, Garden and House
Frazer & Rice.
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M ! IIT f'llW fin IIJKLI kl U I f I . i w - r I
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1 a neighlwr, the animal became en-
I tangled in a rope that was UeI
! around its neck and was thrown in-
At,h and was so completely
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H.j wedged in the ditch that it required
o..,i Sin a turesmng ueparaiui
A representative of the Spaulding summer is still a cripple.
Mfg. Co. of Grinnell, Iowa was here; Lewj8 Edwards has just finished
last week soliciting orders for all j a contrftCt for cutting 300,000 feet
kinds of road vehicles. j nf white fire logs on Kitner creek.
The Luckiamute Flouring Mill j a tributary to the Luckiamute.
is b-ing liberally patronized by our j johu yer j8 building an addition
the nroducts of the to .i,e i10U9e on the premises he re-
Idiujw- , " .
1! n;.it-trr infill Tf satisfaction. 1 hnnaht. from Elmer J.ewis.
lUill Olf 6"o o
Elmer Lewis, having sold
property here, has returned to
parents at Lewievue.
Alvin Edwards, whose wrist was
firiouslv iniored by being caught
ininlinft(l etlortft Ot nail
1IJ w " -
dozen men to extricate it.
The ordinance of Baptism wad
administered to three converts at
Kings Valley on last Sunday. Rev.
E. A. Taylor, a business man ot
Airlie was a culler last Sunday.
m. on,1 Mm. Frank Turner are
et, . . the happy parents of a ten pound
Joseph Hngill, of Ocrvie. vis.- ' . lo cheer their
his (tine his brother-in-law Thomas
On Saturday of last week while
v-rl Tnlinann was returning douj
We Are Conscientious.
. , .i h.va no iilace in our store. Wo
Substitutes, anu impure u.un
' know physicmns do not want us to use them, and we on t do .
1 1 . ,;th m,r nrescription preparing.
you can irunv j
A. S. Locke, Druggist,
MAIN STREET, INDEPENDENCE, OREGON.
A FULiLi J40USE
Is hard to beat.
Our house is full of fine Furniture, Carpeting,
Wall Paper, Shades, Picture Frames,
We will serve you well and economically,
baby boy, that came to cheer their
hurne last week.
F'ank Gilliam enjoyB the dis
tinction of being the most success
ful hunter in this part of the
Rex Woiner made his regular
weekly inspection of the 'Luckia
.i v.-;,ir riPnr Lewisvilln l ist
A petition is being circulated
for a F. II. D. route to cover tho
territory betwen Airlie and Kings
Valley and return to Airlie via
Lewisville and I'edee.
The ground is too dry to plow
ftrl unless eood rain shall soon
come fall seeding will be very late.
Most of our farmers are through
digging potatoes and gathering
apples and the crop year for 1902
is about rounded out.
I The House Furnishing Co., ci
J or c ..A A Sf Next door to r. oru m
M s . O f f AlUnTT.
stores at oaiem ana ww7
Lost, a valise, on the road between
I ndependenee and Dallas, lteward of
fered by owner. A. STKNOKR, 151
First street, Portland, Or.
THE INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000.00.
rTl AIUIAM NKI-SOX, Vice Preshlenl.
ullject to cnecK. ------------
f V REPEATING SHOT GUNS
are cheap in price, but In price only. " TikeDoiij
SunsS at $27.00 and Solid Frame suns at $25.00, but
guns u at 9 b ehest priced
SlI' ar .-d K -e as "safe, re.iab.e
ud h ndy beridi 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. tfi. "
FREE Send nnw nJ ddre on poHl cird for 164 pi lllmtraled ciltloiue.
WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.. Ntwvtl,.w. ,