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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1903)
INDKrWWCNCK ENTKRI'FIHE, INDEPENDENCE, OltKtiO.V
Ut nntl warm mcuUhm' in hero ami hunt
f clniliili I Ix'ili? dolio. When you got
I tltiuun you will )rolm1ly
I , i t'(i i koiiio new
ivt IImj most eotnjili'lo iiml nclcct lino ovrr
fwil iu your city, coiiKifctiii; of l(lroom .Sullen,
j,tt i tM ill II III I ( Yntur TiiIi1i.ii ('Miiflii4 fruit Iti'dw
ings and Mnttrt'HM'n, Clinirs and tin cihIIohh Q)
tmiit of lints and iiiediutu Uorkcrn to wdect
ji. ' Itomctiihcr also that J pvr
Coupons to Every Purchaser.
idow. I invito you to call, look over my poods V
j p't irici'H. Wc aro hero for business and Qy
jld like a portion of your trade.
I VNIK TIT A.K 1 2SJ-G- ,)
all its brant-hen. Pay or night call promptly a
f. L. BICE, Independence, y
Younf. of Kings Val-
0 town Friday.
;i K. O'Kclloy wont to la
lay to visit her sister.
) Herren wai tbe guest
N. Uttlli-rk Tuesday.
Fisher mid wife, former v
Jnlh, have moved nark to
,Kbbert is visiting at home
in one of Portland'
Wl Httlleck, of Salem,
Jug with her parents tho
n Robertson, of Lewis
I the guest of his Bister,
t. O'Kelley, last week.
jjnt P. L. Campbell, of Ku-
1 visiting in town Satur
o are always glad to tee
Lira Adkins and tlaugh
f), went to Dallas Satur-
to expects to be gone sev-
as she has charge of the
s 1 enninijion anu who,
noose county, Iowa, ar-
e the 31st of March and
ng at the home of Mr.
Mrs. Moreland and Mrs.
Km licing sisters, im-y
: in quest of health and
they will find it. They
ino of locating here.
Earl, of Albany, is visit-
ids and relatives in town.
L;k ranches or town prop-
front or to buy, see A.N,
P. O. , Monmouth.
Mr. Win. Fixpia, wife and
daughter, ol Parker, were in, town
Th Meneley Concert Co. gave a
fr.i sacred concert at the Christian'
church Sunday night.
Mr. Solomon Crowley, of Oak
drove, but formerly of Monmouth,
was in town on business Saturday
The quarterly conference of the
Evangelical Association will con
vene in their church Friday even
ing, holding over Sunday.
Answer to conundrum No. 2:
The downfall of Turkey, tho dis
traction of China, the overthrow of
Cnm and the humiliation of
Uncle Ira lkitler is quite sick.
Frank Lucas went to Portland,
Miss Cassie Stump is having a
siege of lagrippe.
Prof. French expects to leave
jtertTiiesday for WestoiL.
Miss Belle Ebbert, of Portland,
la visiting here this week.
Don't forget the mask ball at
the W. O. W. hall on April 10.
Clark Hembree had the misfor
tune to lose a work horse last week.
Miss Pearl Stafford was yisiting
at her homo at Troutdule last week
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baldwin, of
Independence, was in town lues
The students will give a farewell
reception to Trof. French on Thurs
day evening at the college.
Monmouth is having vry in
teresting times now on the cow
question. Home think a man l
poor to buy fiM'd for Jus cow shoull
lot think of living in a city like
M.minoulh while the nwjority are
nore liberal in their views and nr
willing that the cows have a fw
hi tea of grass without arreting the
owner of the cow and not damage
tho town either.
lMHKer of Old himI Grip.
The irr-'utr at tlitnuer from cold and
rlii Is their rultiiiK In pneumonia.
If reasonable care is iiiwd, however,
s iil ChniiilH'rUln's CoiKh lU-nu-dy
taken, all daiiuer will be avoided.
Anionic the lens of thousand who
have uned this remedy for theaedls-
ram we have yet to learn of a single
having remitted lit pneumonia,
which show concluHlvely that it Is a
certain preventive of that dangerous
dlneaiM. It will cure a cold or an at
tack of the grip l lllue tnun a,,y
other treatuiKiit. It I pleasant and
afeto take. For sale by Klrkliiud
II. L. Hall and family visited
Independence relatives Sunday.
Deputy Assessor Huston asked
questions in lluena last Thursday.
Elmer Hall was doctoring a sick
horse hint week. Tbe animal lias
Mrs. Pelle Pagenkopf has been
suffering an attack of lagrippe. the
past ten days.
Mrs. Emma Hughley returned
Saturday to her homo at Wells,
after a visit in Uuena.
Prof. J. B. Horner and attorney
W. E. Yates, of Corvallis, were
Huuna visitors Sunday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Emmons
have just moved back to Buena
from the Mulat hop yard across
Charles Moore and family are to
move immediately onto the Mulat
hop yard, recently vacated by Mr.
Emmons. . '
Several couples of Buena's young
folks attended the theatrical per
formance at Suver, Saturday eve
Mrs. Norman Tyler is about re
coyered lrom her illness with la
grippe and "Grandma" Moore is
A. S. Pittman, of Wren, was in
Buena U.e last of the week, seeking
to buy some horses, but found none
to suit him.
The writer is informed that
several oows have recently died, in
the "bottom" , below Buena, the
ailment being blind staggers.
mend it as being nearer like bran
than any other grata. Ha has a
larcre DeLaval senerator, which
costbim $125. He liat a light
rve Lost Ten Pounds"
a um "Look at thin." And h
over-Upa ! coat to tliow how Ioom It I
Is. Tlirre are some propie wno can rnw , ..... . .t,.. ...ill-
fat to advance, hut tlie lot of flerti 1 room in wnicn wj aeep rv i
t 1. . I .ui.l.Mc m nf failing I .1 ... II . i., ra
will noi oo lamieu Dy any
from the barn. He thips his
butter to Portland and receives
32Jc r pound for butter fat He
bus confidence In the dairy bold
ness believing it will be one of the
paying concern" in Oregon.
Mrs W. I. Morrison, nee Delia
Paeenkopf, of Buena Vista, is en
gaged in teaching the Pedee school
iUia anrilKT MrH. MorriSOIl is &R
I tmo i-j . ' fi"
irr Pfarrp went to Albany -xpeiient teacher and her energy
Sunday to see his little girl living j9 prui8e worthy.
there. A band oi registered cattle, en
v i. TTioi.AP Imn boutrht the ,am to fhn eolleee farm at Cor-
r rnuh .on . - a-
home place and moved into the y&nj8 passed through Buena one
.mrt dav last week. They were from
Henry Ebbert, of Troutdale, is Baker City and were in charge of
iieiuj i'"" I . r. mnntv vouni men.
at home with his parents lor a y
Another man was injured, at the
I r..lr nnarrv the last of the Week,
Mr. Antrel is in scnooi agau., - - . , . .
after several weeks' absence caused would
by stepping on a nail.
Grandma Lucas left on i Mon
day's train for Portland to visit
her children liying there.
It is stated that fatal results would
doubtless have occurred had the
rock been heavier. The gentle
man's name was not learned.
me of the accented evidence! of failinjj
health. Ai fleli-niakiliK proceoses iK-gin
III me niuiiia:iit wu
there il loaa of
fleh we look first
to the ttimiach for
I lie caune. And
the cause Is fed
erally found to be
diieaie of the
Klomncb and di
gestive and nutri
tive tracts, result
ing in Iom of nu
trition and conse
q ii e n t physical
the loat flesh by
curing diseases of
the stomach and
other organs of
digestion and nu
trition and eua
MinK the perfect
dilution anil as
similation of fond
from which flesU
and strength are
My wife wan fo
five years troubled
wild IwliuMtion o(
lomsch sikI bowel",
blunting " srvere
nain at (imn during
Ihe enlire five yearn." writes Mr. I. MilUm
Unirer. of MrtonneiiMiurg. r. - nei w..
Ueotrfl, and she look a punrative every few
days trnl only received temporary relief She
: i nu ...t I Uimhl nil, bottle
of Dr. I'ien'a '.ollen Medical Uiai-overy from
our dniKKi-t ami alter taking- ii nc i 'i-
like a new wcu.un. Ha no more trouble wita
tomai'h and bowel, and ha no pain nor Moat
ing Hua gained fifteen pouiida in weight."
Dr. Pierce'a Pleasant PelleU cure con
stipation and biliousnens.
There will be Easter services at
the M. E. church next Sunday
morninir and evening. Special
mueic has been provided for this
service. Preaching by tbe pastor.
Itev. S. Snyder, iu the morning at
11 o'clock. There will be a mis
sionary program in the evening.
some of the children being dressed
in Oriental coBtume.
Miss Louise Waller and others
are home from Mt. Angel college.
Make a Clean sweep.
There's nothing like dointr a thing
thoroughly. Of all the Halves yon
ever heard of Bucklen's Arnica Salve
1h tbe best. It sweep away and mirea
i. i.rntui ciils. boile. ulcers.
skin eruptions and piles. It s only o
and guaranteed to give Batimacuuu y3
Kirkland Drug Co. "
Bev. E. C. Wigmoie is to lecture
at the school house next Friday
evening on his celebrated subject,
"The Living Books of the Age.
The admission will be 10 and 20
cents and all proceeds go to the
public school library fund.
- . . -
Jtobbed the Grave.
A startling Incident is narrated by
John Oliver, of Philadelphia, as rol
lows: "I wa In an awful condition
Mv skin was almost yellow, eyes
sunken, tongue coated, pain continu
ally iu back and side, no appetite,
irrowina- weaker day by day. mree
nhvsicians had iriveu me up. Tbeu I
was advised to try Electric Bittws. To
my great joy the first bottle made a de
cided iniorovemeut. I continued
their use for three weeks and am uow
a well man. I know they robbed the
crave of auother victim." No one
should fail to try them. Only 60c.
Guaranteed at Kirkland Drug Co. s.
YV. A. Yocoiu's Creamery.
First pub. April 2, i-t P". APr" w
Vn.iM. la hereby elven tliat Mrs. Lucinda,
n..i.iui ..r indt-ni-ndeiire. Polk county.
Oregon, has been appointed admtnist ratrii:
of the estate of John It. Haldwln, deceased.
All persons having claims against sam es
tate are hereby notmeato present.
nnri t.v affidavit within six months from
this date to said administratrix, at her homo
in said city of Independence, l'om county
Dated at Independence, roia couui,
gon, this 2nd day of April, UW. ,
MRH. Lt'ClSIDA KALOWIK,
Adm x estate of John K. ISaldwin.dec'd.
W. R. ALJLIN, D. D. S.
Painless Kx traction
Special from Ballstou.
. W. A. Yocom, who lives about
one mile west of Ballstou, has
sowed the greater part ot his farm
to clover and haB gone into the
dairy business. He milks at
present 12 cows and buys more as
lie finds good ones for sale. He
buys the very bast cows obtain
able, having found by experience
that they pay best in the long run.
Last summer he built a large
barn with all the latest improve
ments, cleanliness being one of the
main items considered. This
summer he will build , a silo and
will raise a crop of field ccrn to fill
it. He will plant some alfalfa
this spring, the dairy journals reco-
That's what you need ; some
thing to cure your bilious
ness and give you a good
digestion. Avers Pills are
liver pills. They cure con
stipation and biliousness.
Gently laxative. All druggist.
W ant your moustache or beard a baautif ul
V rt,.h Klme.k f Than US
M Ct. pay WT, Ol s. w., r.-e
Independence, - - Oregon.
J. S. MOORE,
Tonsorial Artist '
Only first-class workmen em
ployed in the "Wigwam." Shop
situated on North side of C Street.
Ask Ik Apt for . Tickets
ST. PAUL, DULl'TH, MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAGO
AND ALL POINTS CAST.
2 TIIAIXS DAILY 2
NEW CQUIPMCNT THBOOOHCUT
Palace and Tourist Sleepers.
Dining and Bufiet Smoking Library Cars.
DAYLIGHT TRIP THROUGH CAS
CADE AND ROCKY MTK8.
For rates, folders and full informa
tion regarding tickets, routes, etc., call
on or address H. DICKSON, City
Ticket Agent J. W. FHALOJf, Trav.
Pass. Agt., Portland. ' .
A. B.C. DENNISTOX, G. W. P. A.
6H First Ave., SeattlaWash.