Image provided by: Independence Public Library; Independence, OR
About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1903)
inii:im:ni)i:nck kntkiu'Kisk, in dki'KNdknc'k, oukcux
. s. -V - t A- V A.
4 t v O.ily three weeks until f
4 li.ii.t.i Cl.uis comes. We arc
4 rc.iJy to help you nuke prep-
ri J f'1 .
1 -. 'f -r
4 . Toy Land be com- f
4 p!ete at our store. The lar-
4 rest line of Books ever brought
4 to the city. . ;
. ,. v v v r r -v .' v r v v
t. . - v -r -v
! Never in all our years in the city have we had half so complete a
iristmas Stock as is now being put on display in our store. Not only
!ve we visited Portland and secured all the best things that could be
Id but the markets of Chicago have also been asked to send us the
st of selections ; 1
R I ST MAS
1 4L11"- -
Wide-mvake I'm", .I'-i'l'li'tJ
I .li, WhUllini; 1'i'U-, :inl -U
f kind. T!. l.iu.-i r . .11 y.i!
cvfr saw f,.r f
A IM'li Kit I.N A .
; KTi- -
! v in itiiv, V'ii him til. I i.dI- ""' !
: ,urt our hoard with 1 1 i "1 "th ' j
lioll-. H. All V'H have I" .1" M t I
! p.... tli.m to appreciate t h.- value of ;
i a k I board. In price l-:::' 1
to t I .".
ll'r hart' three only. $t.
Jl at ches of a flood 'make.
T1IK LATKST AM KKK'AN
ii thi "I--pari tm-nt wo have
M'lHtghl t!- t - .V 1 1 . Anions
t copyright MiUf have
llH Iftt"' edition. All SI-'"
.l niif blnri fur I .:..
;ince w- put i-ut our holiil.iy ! Of n.ui.' you knmv of tlx
f bookf wi'lmvr l.-arn. .1 i.iaiiy J jranu 'U'h nil tin rn.t in the cat
about 1mm. k we 'li.l not . Kim' c.'t.-from up. ;
Vfor-. Tak-, for .xii.pl.M ! ' p HflflCP.r
Hi re to will l' f uii.l mil.' of
tin- ili'urtmi'ls tluit will intcivst
you. All tht'no r-i'trt ciiuii! in I'bony.
Als.. thu latt'st in horn ami burnt
Ih-rn wo hnvc iiinu-' in. nt-t tor
thu little f.lkn. A r.-al rti -11111 'i!;:ii.'-tli-it
runs by Minimi; ::h' tiuit b.iVe
litt'.- track - tniuni-n; HUtoin.b..-!..-s
that run by tlnir own po.vt-r; hitl-lo--i
that Imrk ami jump; iitth i--ts
uf ilifht'n tor r-iMi-r nil MimJf t rbina;
.lrui.i- of ai! i.'- f'Ttln- boye; ui.f
tliat will sh'int; bbuks with big
' b'lti rs .loll.-" great mill muii'I uikI
( a bib' line of born-. In fact every
tiling' fur the littb',bifr,)UI"ryountr,
j to enjoy the .Teat day of Cbris-tnias
; with in the proper way.
! Christmas Tire Decora Hons
and ornaments, candles and
Clialt. r P.ox." "ur rellin j J)0I'f foyet Ollf AW- Jh'-
for thi obi sian.lby -tl.-'.V , )(,r,r..j's complete.
MllR nt Hie pi ii '' koiix- nay: ,
' I hnuL'ht I bin name book for j
nte. es, you ran buy a ;
ter Box" for 7" cents; in '
ve will I -i-Khi'l t"'11 J'1111 11 :
.teTTtox aT7.') rcntH, but not!
This is the best Fountain Ten
on the market today, anil is fiiiar
.o,i....,l in fvorv recline t. You don't
V have lately received the
very latest thing out in Ladies'
TurgeH, ranging in pries from 'Jo
Thin U a beautiful lino oI'jioo.Ih j )mvo U) lroublo yourself about itwe . cr,,(S to if2..i0. The very latest
ii win; , ... . . .
iil (i,tt,.r i;..x.- Conn'-'1"" l( ri.-i...K j mau
" ... f i i I tin-lover of beauty at a fiance..
1 see our line ime of book;'' ' . . .. J ...,irl
e nave in nun one .oon
(ilove, Necktie, 1 1 undkerchief ami
l'boto l'.oxtH. In fact a complete
Iheckcr Hoards fur
'. Did noli crcr hear
u) , l 1 UtH 1 n - -
li no to take vtmr alU-ntion.
.You're the Steam Knginc
and Ferris Wheel in our Jf in
9 11 gotlll II il nm-nit v 'H""
good. To have the best ot success
with the Parker Lucky Curve you
iiiunt use ''inker's Fountain 1'en
Ink in it. ItV only 2") cents pel
let tie. The Lucky Curve sells
from n to f l.
thin!' in Burnt Leather in Men's
I'urses something never in the
city before. Trice up to if 2.
Dolls from 'Jo cents to
CJ.50. If you arc looking
7 ",, o 1 for rallies this will interest
Horns in all Shapes am 1'1' 1
loth; fir ihotoi;raphK and
raphs. We do not. believe there
be a more handsome lin" of
good. W'v have some beauties
hotographs. Then fir aulo
Bvell, t appreciate them
ill just, have to call at the
and see the line. We Kve
Ibums from 2.1 cents to 3.
Beginning Monday, December, 8, 1902, we
will issue coupons to each purchaser of 5
cents or better, and upon the return of
20 of these tickets we will present the
holder with one pound of the best special
mixed Candy free of charge. Save your
As we thought our KM) pounds
of candy that we purchased some
ti:i,e Hgo is now dwindling down bo
fast that we have oideml another
large shipment and it is now begin
ing to arriye. Our purchases for
the Christmas trade was never so
complete and the goods of the best.
Our line ot hand roll cfiocolates is
the best that money can bu. We
have strained every point to get the
best in the candy line. You should,
see our elaborate selection of box
goods ranging in price from 10
cents to H per box.
Xer Croi of All Kind of
Xuis-ii 'alnuts Almonds, etc.
JO Cents 1'er Pound.
We would like to have you
give our picture assortment an in
terview. It's something very nice.
From 10 cents each to $4.
We have some bargains in
first-quality looking glasses. They
are simply beautiful. Just the thing
for use when you shave your face.
In price from lo cents to $1.
Playing Cards from Jo cents
per deck to $1.
We have now on display posi
tively the finest line of Box Paper
ever brought to the city. It ranges
in price from 13 cents to .$2.50.