Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190?, December 18, 1902, Image 5

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Our prices given below on
Christmas Specialties
Table Cutlery.
.t2.00 t' 4 :o
,, !)0ctol.7."
Silver-plated Knives and Koika
do Ten Spoons '
(It) Tulllll SOOII. . ."
Carving Sou 1.25 to 7.00
1.75 U). I.'O
Try our Chrumlite Knnmcl . WureErery piece guaranteed.
(iuns at Reduced Prices.
To clean ui our Fall Suck of Snorting O. oh we ofl'-r the following at reduced pricf-8;
:;(MX) L C. Sniiiti llanimrl"i' t ;it for,.. 27.50
.Ut(iJ Diuiuiwi!- ! i' ilo 2'.50
22.50 1 1 ; in iti. r ' imi 17 r0
in ) l i ilo . .' .' 14.00
i 17.00 lo do 13.00
Call and examine our line of Rochester Silver M
Ficccpcrs, etc. Our prices the lowest, quality considered.
Xicllc U'are, Chaffing Dishes, Packet Cutlery, Fancy Razors, Bird Cages, Carpet
FROM DEC. 8 TO JAN. 1, 1903.
15'per cent discount on 6-hole cast ranges. '
We have a large stock of these goods on hand and they must sell regardless of cost
R. M. WABE & GO,
A. J. Goodman,' Manager. - - Independence, Oregon.
Look Here ! Read This !
Don't let the picture agents rob yon. PlCkhL
ill make you a life-size Crayon portrait for only
h 50- Water Colon- $2.50 This is special oiler
! for 30 daya only.
Monmouth Correspondents.
ICx-Sheritl' VanOrsdel, of Dallas,
was in town Friday on business.
(irant Wohvrton, of Spokane, in
now with his father, John Wolver
ton, who is quite ill nt his home
J. II. Flower, of Salem, wan the
guestofMrs. W. N O'Kelley Fri
Loo ltush, of Podee, was in town
Hoy Smith is down trick again.
J. M, Simpson, of Airlie, was in
town Saturday.
John Stunts, of Airlio, was in
town on business Saturday.
Mrs. Jeasio Parka is able to be
around once more.
Howard Bush and wife, of Kinga
Valley, wero the guesta of Mra W.
N. O'Kelley Monday.
Mr. Pettit haa eold hia home
place and haa rented the property
next to T. II. Ilalleck'a and moved
into the same. Next spring he ex
pects to 'build on hia farm.
Mrs. C. . Fihher in anid to be
some liettcr.
Mra. It. L. Murphy, of Kuena
Vista, was visiting here Saturday.
Miss Parodine Doughty is visit
in;? her winter, Mra. John (J rant, ot
Mra. Ida Goodnight, of Van
couver, Wash , haa been upending
a few weeks with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. llufua Smith.
Adrian Haley, a former Mon
mouth boy, baa been appointed
deputy assessor of Umatia county.
John Grounds' aon ia now , carry
ing tho mail for W. J. Mulkey
over the rural route. .
Will Tucker, of Bake- City, is
visiting relatives here.
Mra. Phil Beckley and Miss Ella
Fiaber took the train for Roaeburg
Saturday, leaving their mother
much better.
Orvillo Gross ia now a abut-in at
the home of "hia parent here, a
light caae of emallpox occupying
moat of hia attention.
Mr. BeasW, who has been room
ing with Orvillo Gross, haa been
unable to carry on hia dutiea at
the bank, being quarantine.dat the o'clock A. M.
Stockholders Meeting.
Netice ia hereby given that the
Annual meeting of the Stock
holders of the Independence and
Monmouth Railway Company for
the election of Directors and
Officers, will lie held at Indepen
dence, Oregon on Wednesday, Dec.
the 31. 1902 at the hour of 10
1). W. Sears,
Mra. Chloe But?., county presi-; DuUh, November 10, lflu2
dent of the W C. T. U., met mZvTZ
the Union on 1 aesday at the home Jly wjfe WBSSO m thftt KOO(1 y,hyh0.
of Mrs. II. A. Adkine. A large at- ' tana were unable to help her," writes
, ..'MM Austin, of Winchester, lad.,
tendance and a most interesting s but WM8 completely eurrd i.y Dr.
meeting was the result. ! JKing's New Lite Pill." They work
- t .: wonders in stomach and liver tronb'-es.
o i i , n,,.u, Cure constipation end sick headache.
Special bargains in . 1 ocket 0 K,rkfalld DrugCo.
Cutlery at U. M. Wade & Co. The"Futur of "Vetch.
! Independence Enterprise
at $1.50 per buahel for. next ye ar.
A word to (he up to-date. wide
awake farmer should open his eyes
to the future of vetch, and put him
in the way ot coining money from
this most excellent product.
Stockholders Notice.
Notice ia hereby given that the
Annual meeting of the Stockholders
of The Polk County Land Company
for the election of Directors and
Ollicera, will be held at Indepen
dence, Oregon on Wednesday Dec.
the :U, 1002 at the hour of 1
o'clock P. M of said day
1). W. SEAU8,
Dated Nov. 10. H'02
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A Million Voices.
Could hardly express the thauks of
Homer Hall, of West Point, la. Lis
t iu why : A severe cold had settled on
bis luugs, causing a most obHtinate
cough. Several physicians said he had
consumption, but could not help him.
When all thought he was doomed he
began to use Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption and writes. "Itcom
uletelv cured me and saved my life. I
now weigh 227 lbs." It's positively
guaranteed for Coughs, Colds and Luug
troubles. Price 50c aud 1.00 Trial
bottles free-at Klrkiaud Drug Co.
Of the various kinds of hay
grown in Oregon at the present
tune, none excel and few approach
in excellence, the comparatively
new variety known as vetch. So
far the growing of this hay haa
been merely experimental, but the
results have been so favorable that
this fall haa witnessed an increase
in the acreage sown in the vicinity
of Buena Vista and in the other
Vetch is a kind of wild, rank pea
vine, and because of the mattad
condition of it when cut. it is diffi
cult to handle, and 20 cents per
bushel is charged for N threshing.
The seed yield ia from SO to 35
bushela per acre, and one I.inn
county farmer reports nine tons of
hav from one acre of vetch.
As a feed for cattle vetch is said
to equal both srain and other hay
combined; while for hog feed it is
superior to anything known.
The eastern" states and Eastern
Oregon want vetch seed. Portland
dealers are already offering to con
tract the Willamette valley crop
and union Pacific
Chicago Halt Lake, Denver,
Portland Ft Worth, Omaha,
Special Kansas City, St.
9a m via Louis, Chicago and
Hunting- East. ,
4 .30 p m
Atlantic Salt Lake, Den verj
(Express Ft Worth, Omaha,
, 8 : 50 n m via Kansas Citv, St S: 10 a m
ton. and Fact.
Straul Walla Walla.Lewis
astMail ton, Spokane, Wal
0am via laee, P u 1 1 m a n,
Spokane. Minneapolis, St
Paul, Duluth.Mil
waukee, Chicago
and East.
72 hours. Portland to Chicago. No
change of cars. Tickets East via all
rail or via boat and rail via-Portland.
8 p m
All sailing dates
subject to change.
For San Francisco
Sail everv 5 days.
8pm To Astoria and way 4 p m
Saturday landings. Ix. Sua.
10 p m
AL HERREN, Agt., Independence.