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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1902)
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Wlutt about your
Their , I'.lootlon.
tfprcUt from Pxiorm Viwtrt .
Perhaps there U not a nior
thriving of the order in thi
part of Oregon, considering the lo
cality, than tho CireSe Ulgo ot
Buna Vista. There are 5:1 names
or. the roll ciU, U in ro.hI fund
ing; the meetings are well attend
ed a'ul th most perfect harmony
Thre was an flection of officer
recently, a dainty luncheon ana a
jolly social time. The new officer
are: Guardian Neighbor. Mary E
McLaughlin; Advisor. Lulu M
Locke; Clerk. M. J. Lee; Ranker,
Catherine Courter; Magician, Al
niira Murphy; Attendant. Lillie
Belle Pagenkopf; Physician, O. 1).
Butler, M. P.; Inner Sentinel,
V.IH Smiirea: Outer Sentinel
Gabriel P. Locke; Captain of Gnnrd, i for a few jay9 on butanes
Ethel fc. lievens; .uusicmu, uo
Torgeson; Manager, Mary Bevens.
am Smith ha purchased a U. j
S. cream separator thin full and U
highly plea-d with hi expert-'
Chas. Whaley' now house i
Mr and Mr. Thad Stevens arej
the proud parent of a new girl. j
Kinlev Ettear and Cas Biggt
have both killed hog recently and
Linn Gay Bold a lot f pin to Tom
Bnrch and come larger Poland
China swine to John Umgnecker,
both df Bickreall.
Sears & Gay have recently
shipped several thousand bushels
Allen Bogere, w ho" home wa
here for so many years, but who
now lives at Gaston, has been Mere
Mrs. Bernice Brooks.
been dangerously ill, has gone to
St. Vincent's hospital for treat
ment. James Ottinger has gone to Win
At a meeting neld Monday night
it was decided to have a Christmas
Our official weather forecast in
forms us that we will have oc
casional showers. Valuable infore
. 4v ia Ik. rim Webfoot
who has iw-".
Picture For Monmouth Normal.
M. F. Hanville has just present
ed the State Normal school with a
splendid painting of Mount Hood.
Mr. Hanville has for many years
been a cloe student of Oregon
scenery, having visited all the
points of scenic beauty. His artis
tic renroduCtlons nave receiyeu
tic reorouuciions n"
V. A. Wasn. of the l'a"filhi(.n commendation from com-
Itemizer. whs a Ballston visitor ure hftg
been placed in the chapel and adls
much to the general eff.-ct.
Monmouth held a city election
Monday, and ns there was only
one ticket in the field very little
interest was manifested. Mon
mouth'8city officers for the ensuing
year will be as follows: Mayor. J.
H. Hawley; recorder. W. T. Ilofl
man; treasurer, Ira C. Powell;
marshal, S. C. Penney; council
men, J. H. Frame and H. Guthrie.
A gang of forty Japs is at work
improving the railroad track east
Mrs. Wm. Carroll was reported
seriously ill this week.
Henry L. Pay; of Portland,
Woodmen organizer, will be here
on the night of the 13th inst.
Miss Effie Clark, of this place,
who has been teaching at Wood-
burn, is quite ill at St. Vincent's
Wo have in Hock at thi writin jr a niee line
you to si'lort front, muscling of
Carving Sets, Kodaks, Razors, Hones,
Strops Pocket Knives,
Table Cutlery, Scissors ami Shears, Small Kitles, Hunting
Coats and a largo number of articles which will
make useful presents. Call in ami oxantino
tho lino. No trouble to show goods.
praze-r & Rice,
In vif -I
Rev. O. II. Osborne brought to
this odlce Monday a few samples
of winter apples that surpass any
thing we have 'seen thisjear. He
had fifty boxes he was taking to
Portland where he found a ready
market at 11.00 pcr box. It pays
to raise the best for the market.
Saturday was one of the busiest
! days of the year, it having the ap
pearance of some public ceieora
tion. People were in town doing
gome of their Christinas shopping.
The displays of Christmas wares
are superior to anything we have
ever seen in Independence.
Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus will
appear in a novel Christmas festi
val at the Christian church Decem
ber 24, at 7:30 P. M. A cordial
invitation is extended to all.
INDEPENDENCE & MONMOUTH
We want to call your attention to our watch stock. We have taken
great pan... in selecting our stock and trom the number we are selling
we feel amply . repaid for our trouble. Our conetsnt aim is to give our
customers a 'first-class watchns for little money as possible. Ladies
Gold filled from 8.50 up; Sold Gold from $18 up, Gent's Nickel
from 5 up. Gold Filled from $13 up. Yours lor Watches,
ilpncn for M""
inouth Biiil Alrllo
:W a. rn.
;t:.tl p. ni.
(Iriic for Moil
11:(1 tt. m.
(1:15 p. in.
for 1 ml Inn.
11:2(1 a. in.
:,(!) p. m.
Lr-iivoi Alrllii for
Mon mouth ii ml
l):iifl . m,
t.U'i p. in.
leaven I ml Inn ror
1:KI p, in.
for J iitlf,ii,1'!U,',v
i-.m p. in.
dime fur Mon,
; 2:tt) P. in
Now is tho timo to order your
Winter Suits and ;
Anything in tho
! tailoring Cine
Mailo to onlor at reasonable rate. i
I W. G. Sharman, ;
I MERCHANT TAILOR, .
J Bank Building, Independence. Oregon. (
Polk County Bank,
Monmouth, - Obioon.
J. H. JIawi.bv, P. I- Camphkix,
Preoidiint. Vice Pres.
Ira C. Powkix, Cachier.
Paid Capital, sso.ooo.
Dibkctoks: J. H. Hawley, P. L.
Campbell, I. M. Simpson, J. B. V.
Butler, John B. Stump, J. A.
Withrow, F. 8. Powell.
Transact ft General Banking
and Exchange BtuineM ..
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The House Furnishing Co., it
306 Commcrctal St, Next door to P. 0 SALEM, ORE. J j
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Mores at aaiem ano mnny.
A pUlili HOUSE
Is hard to beat.
Our house is full of lino Furniture, Carpeting,
Wall Paper, Shades, Picture Frames,
We will serve you well and economically.