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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1903)
fUE OLD REUADLE
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rHERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Social and Personal. I
Orang" cider nt Wagoner's.
Jeroin- Dornsife was in Salem
Miss Goldie Irvine was in Salem
The March Home Journal at
350 new novels arrived this week
Mis Pearl Percival was a Salem
Take your Mohair to S. M. Dan
G. A. Hurley w.13 in Salem on
Rev. Haines, of Lewisville, was
in town Monday.
Mr. Oscar Hayter, of Dallas, was
in the city Tuesday.
Henry Ottenheimer, of Salem,
was in town Sunday.
Miss Florence Burnett was a Sa
lem visitor Saturday."
Sam Thurston, of Dallas, was in
the city Wednesday.
The March Delineator and De
eigner at Wagoner's.
Chas. Spencer, f McMinnville,
wa in town Monday.
E. W. 'Cooper visited in Stay ton
eeveral days this week.
Pearl Hedges returned Tuesday
from a visit in Eugene.
C. G. Fisher left Saturday on a
business visit to Seattle.
Banana and orange at Wago-
Mr. O. M. Johnson, of Salem.
wa visiting ui " i
M.N. Gortuer.ot McMinnville,:
was a bin-ine victor 1ht tin
Mw J. K. Kirkland retimed!
Wednesday front n i-it in Cottttjr--Grove.
Mis Jessie Wan n, of Salem. I
visiting her friend. Mi j
Wanted.-A girl to do general,
house wo,k. C. E.Tedrow. Moif,
7 milch cow for Hale by John
Osborne, four miles north of Independence.
Mrs. E. B. Jumicon and children
returned Wednesday from a visit
Old Oregonians at Wr.gonerV at
2.', cents per hundred. Only a lew
J. A. Veness, of Winlock, Wash.,
: .;,r miMsencer Satur-
WtlS HII llH.VMll.Mf, : n
M. X. h ather, of Buena Vista. ,
was an up-river passenger from
and Mrs. W. P. Bradley re-
turned to McMinnville Friday niter
a short visit here.
Kims for hatching-from blooded
Silver Luce Wyandotte. Inquire
of Mrs. W. L. Hice.
Mi.-'s.Ida Hubbard returned on
Tuesday Iroia Suver, where she
has been visiting-
Walter Lyons, who was private
secretary to Ex-Governor Geer, was
in the city Sunday. .
Mr. E. S. Stevens and wife are
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Chas.
Huntley, at Talmage.
J. M. Stark was in Portland last
week, being a member of the con
C. H. Messinger, of this place,
was registered at the Perkins hotel,
in Portland Tuesday.
Rev. E. J. Thompson attended a
meeting of the Commandary at Al
bany last Thursday night.
riom- Stameton, of Portland,
missed through here' on the train
Saturday morning going south.
M. A. A. JessujvoL-SiilmT
. . ,lf ,,ro..rity nevrr In-fore n.
Independence and PoU county ar- M of tllB ,,,,..
1 Vastern investor ana "- . . lM t arriv.M. wyer i
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Our ft.il and our op,orU.n tie- reeog. m . . m . Uv ,,,,,, t ,,r ,,,, fllf
j.,,,. were in our BW IhU week W J. d ktloW ,. farmer,, ,
filing to others. If you wnnt.ta '"""J ., to -10.1 of their money U
Plk county have the lal f,,.. m . ny lha.".r.l pW rW;U- It
.!. i I. miin who ahow their propi ry. t . . .
naveruse ineir . . .... biimca in Po W rounty. u ' '
a maxim that ,n.liea l U- real es a e WMlt u
. who only charge a s.uall au.n for aelt.ng.
Cbcse Darflain$ in farms
A ..e. fruit e( )l ,WV , "
H,.er.. l.er Mo ri.Ulvat (
lao eie, t U'tle. (rum li..leileii e.
1 to ae. eultlvKle.! i p.ie.. l"'r
(,t( a, re. I mtl-lioiii Momnoiith ..i'ii
jHOm re.. oreliar.l. uprliiK. Iwrn, o.
I,.'!!', lenrtnl, rna lenee.1, l'K 'r"
.'..utvi.i i r ; tl'""irn
rMta.rv., atm-k ami lrm land,
rlfan ! ..... ' ' '
I .' aeren. K eleured, ImUm l' k
U'lj, en lh l.iu kluiHUt.', prier :0 per
We offer in Independence
. i -...I
fruit, only ...
An old l.o.i and : M. .
llwianand M. impruvea
(l.H.dhom-enil I's! lot...... '
HonanamNlota. romln.ou . . . . 1 W
ILm-eand-ot-. well l.K-a.ed Kaj HI
IluUMeaud lot.reulral '
HoumamH lot-. Imii w
Brine in your property and list it with us
sell rather than what we want to buy.
We prefer to advertise what wc have to
When in town remember us.
lnJcpcndineet : Oren
Independence la the
St hipping Ctr of Pell
It -i ! " "
1 r. am' .Mr a. wauio.
White oats for sale. C. E. Ted
row, Monmouth, Oregon.
Th8 Wagoner's ' soda fountain
always ready with fine soda.
Oliver Jones and wife were pas
sengers to Salem Saturday.
For Sale. 15 good weather goats.
C. W. Leonard, Monmouth.
Go to R M. Wade & Co. for your
paints. Their stock is fresh.
S. M. Daniel, of Monmouth, pays
the highest price for Mohair.
First-class buggy horse for sale
cheap. Inquire at this office.
. Lota of new pretty spring and
summer goods at S. M. Daniel's.
George Graves is quite ill at the
home ot his mother in this city.
Mrs. E. B. Jamison and children
were passengers to Amity Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Calbreath
and children were in Salem Satur
C, L. Fitch ard left last week for
New York. He will be absent for
Ora ClodtVlter was an incoming
...,aJ..,,l.,.r mi the boat
Mrs. J. S. Talbot t, of Falls City,
spent a part of laat week with
Interesting services at the Pres
byterian church Sunday morning
Tuesday iChiirles. Minnesota, are in th city; . n, i
! visiting Mr. and Mrs. Aitguat Sper-
Jessie Uee-e. Jennie le:ui H.ul J eos iiuilC'Uileelioiii'!
Ida Mav Vtxler. nil f Monmouth.!
have been awarded atntn Citm-cntes.
("I." Soi Fit'Mih
H. A. Baldwin, of
Call on J. S. Moore for Herpicidej Wash., was in tin- city
the dandruff cure. Sold in imU.
or applied if desired.
Mrs. Julia Douty, waa a passen
ger to Buena Vista Saturday, to
visit with relatives.
When in Salem visit Strong's
Restaurant. It is headquarters for
Miss Mabel Cress, who has
spent the winter at Siletz, returned
home Sunday afternoon.
J. I). Kelty, of McCoy, a wealthy
Btock raiser of McCoy, paid Port
land a visit Wednesday.
Mrs. Emma Johnson and child
visited Mrs. Miles llendriok, of
McMinnville this week.
I hftvftjbnr thoroughbred Plv
made a short visit with Mr. ana
Mrs. Thos. Fennell here this week.
UB Emma Johnson and baby
went to McMinnville Saturday for
a yisit with Mrs. M. E. Hendricks.
Mrs J. F.O'Donnell, of Portland,
was an incoming passenger Monday
for a visit with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. G.L. Hawkins, of
Dallas, attended the I. O. O. F. en
tertainment last Thursday evening.
Pearl Hedaes, of Independence,
is the guest of his sister, Mrs. M. L.
Dorris of this city Eugene Regis-
Mrs. Jessie Douglas was a pas
senger to McMinnville Friday for a
visit with her sister, Mrs. M. E.
Mrs. E. R. Poppleton. oi Port
land, has been the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. A. Huston,, for sev
eral days past.
Monmouth will soon be enclosed
with telephone wires by the way
new pftles are being put up. Let
mouth Rock roosters for sale at $1
each. Enquire of J. Wilson.
American Field Fence is the
strongest and beBt. The best is
the cheapest. Buy American.
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Dalton, ef
Dallas, attended the I. 0. O. F. en
tertainment Thursday evening.
Dr. W. C. Brown and J. A. Mills
attended an I. O. 0. F. banquet at
McMinnville Saturday evening.
BurrtiB Estes and wife left Satur
day for Walla Walla, Hash.,
where they will reside in the lu-
ture. We wish them every meas
ure of success in their new field.
Mrs. A. M. Hurley's millinery
owning is scheduled for March
20th and 21st. All latest styles of
hats and other millinery on dis
play on above dates. A warm
welcome awaits all.
Notice After March 1st all
board at the Little Palace Ifotel
will be $3.50 per week and with
room $4.50 to $7 per week. The
public will take notice.
Winlock,5 Fr Sal Cheap. A g'" !
attending ! and one and a half Iota in thf
of hU uncle. P.ev. j,art of Iinlepetideijco. A J.
j residence hectton. Ktiqtlir a!
i t j office.
Miss Grace Damon came up trom .
Kulem Tuesdav evening to attend j For ale at onee "J.) head :
. ' W 1 1... . It I. .... .1 .........I I
the nance, returning eiiurswny j une iimcu iuw, .
morning. j niul one yeaning. r.nquin
Mrs. Poppleton. mother of Mr.
A. Huston, nturned to Portland)
Wednesday morning, after horl ; Dallas is making prepartf
visit here. j ,,,r tt lilir ' ' ' 11
iin June. The rreabytenun y
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Vcf.augh- ..,!, t-.. -, iU,
Hn.ofBuena ista, attended tha- , ,iH, 0 ,
1. U. r. enieriainmeni l"",B ;i.,,n
Black Bros., Monmouth, on:
Dulla is makl'
Byron Atkins and wife, after a
short visit with relatives in Cot
tage Grove, returned home Friday
by way of Salem.
The K. of P. lodgo have a ft
l for doing thing in the best tui
i . . ... i
jMiHKible with the material il
able. At present time, th
working heart nod band.
Dallas now has 105 telejhones
and they are to have an all-night
sarviee. Chesloy Emhree is to be
the night operator.
Preaching at the Baptist church
Sunday evening at 7:"0 P. M. by
the pastor; also preaching on the
fifth Sunday at 7:30 P. M.
M. P. Baldwin and wile, of Sa
lem, came up. Monday evening to
attend the funeral of Mr. Baldwin s
uncle, Rev. J. R. Baldwin.
S.B.Baldwin and wife, of Pen
dleton, Oregon, were in the city to
attend the funeral of Mr. Bald
win's brother, Rev. Baldwin.
Mr. G. Birg, of Minnesota, was
in the city this week, lookirg over
this part of the country. He in
formed us that he had purchased
100 acres of land, some 10 Peres
being in fruit, a few miles this side
of Albany. Mr. Birg says he can
not say enough in praise of this
country and the only reason more
from the east do not come here to
locate is simply because they do
not know of this grand country.
gone to considera ble expw
give an elaborate production f
pluy "Damon and i'ythlna" '
local talent. The cast in
ceptional strong one.
. Well Again.
The many frlenda of John f'
will be pleased to learn that
uutirely recovered Irom lila atU'
lialru eureel lilin after the lust
in the town (Mdiioii, I ncl.) Ii1 '
to Klve relief. The prompt rIW
pain which this liniment alt"''
uliinu wurtti tnuny tlmea llCt
(ale by Ktrkland Drug '
Should have your Wort
WaahiiiK called for and
Waxhlng called for ol)
day and delivered on f1"'