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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1903)
IN!KVKNIKNCK EKTKlimSK, IXDM'BSIIENOK. OliKOOM
HU'CCKSSCVU TO J. A. MI I.T.S.
Having purchased the stock of Merchandise formerly owned by J. A. Mills
I will enlarge the same by adding a complete line of Dry Goods,
Clothing', .Hoots and Shoes, Groceries, etc.
v liavo u toiiijilctt' line of LuIh'k
ami Cliil'Inii'K Hhkh, Miu'm and 5oy'n
Press ami J It-uvy SImh, and we Mievo wh
tan j.ltn-o you in tylf ami price.
Wo will carry a milot? line of '
Men's and I'ny'ti IJeady-Mado Clothing, ,
Over .liirtf, I'nderwear, Neckwear and !
We have a large line of Men's and
Joy's Shirts, which we will offer at a great
sacrifice in order to make room for the
large stock now en route.
Spring and Summer Ula$b Goods. J
We have a nice line of Men and
JlnvV Hat and Cap, which we will oiler
at hK'cial price.
... . . ,. f w . i 1 Our stock of spring and summer wash
15y'8 (Moves whirl, we will make at j g arnve 1,1 a few da'8' and WlU
KH-cial prices. consist of all the new and latest patterns.
Having located at Independence and t'xjcct to remain permanently we earnestly solicit a share of your patronage. We ask you to
rill and get ac.u:iinted with m, examine our good- and get our prices. We will be glad to show you our goods and give you our prices
lu tlicr you buy of m or imt. You will alway he welcome at our ntore. Uring us your produce of all kinds. ' We will pay you the top
true fur it.
Yours for Business
W. A. Messner.
itnullnl In Actjint lal
I l 01 1(1 IK'!) ll,tT'lt K H)j
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iin.l and at Du-na Vista, tli.) eve- Mr. Albert Williams, a student Two of liuenau prominent young
nil. uf lh 2:rd. of the Dallas college, is haroe dur- people are to unite witn tne
The dUtrici wan divided and lo i,,,. this week of vacation. Artisan lodge at W ells. J hey are
.,nn !-... Ju.tke WiUo ,,rr.i.liStldr.w,Wrl.iri. Kev.i , Mina Al.ce Knighton and Charles
;ty, u i um mnio vijii. i. r. nil was UMiimn ii me, .
.nCiiel (Jeer, on charge of ! ',,rt lltl ilimri-t ttnd C. 0. Puling,..
i .i... i,.:.. . . i .i- ii. i' .i:..
' urn v 1 1 1 iii- i wart Mitiintirti on ine I'iiimi !
b-nm hihel UutKi'lon. ' trict.
I'if'iicf produced amounted
morn llmti to show thai
'I lie time ol our "asket sucia . . , . . : iti
has been changed from the 1st of j , . , ,npptinB Df the
(iwr thought ti have a
jMrt with the voting lady
H no rvil i ii I urn- were
It wai a jury triel and
wdict wnrt acquittal. 1 lie
Minn was conducted by
Adams, nf !tu I lux mid the
hitnJli'l by Attorney Yale-,
nml MnHcy, ol inil..
V to the 8th. All ate cordially ( . ,
iti-d to attend, at the empty j B '
' At I
i r .o,i.i Hodge of the order George Welle
and wife started an,fGabe Locke had a tussle with
a i At (ha Inat tonal J n CT Ol Ifl ntlPnH.
i . htore imuainir. ' v B 1"DV 7- ,,
T iot Hirrh riU MMlrt vr to pur-; . . . . HmfoA of the order, ueorge weiie
t- L .i.l.ti. e miirtr in .
ior r.uKtinc iHPi. r .., w ... tjie j 0 q K goat, but escapea un-
Taylor' logging camp. iiured. The Odd Fellows have a
, Taylor logging camp. injured
I.KWISVI1J.1-- j Ten loggers a-e busy on thelfine j0(ge in Buena.
Mixit Haiti. K.. viMt,I her jU'ckianiute getting the lugs in the! rf
uiic-lo. K. Kvanit, of I'tirk'r. t!io.(rwlt' , 'this place Saturday and Sunday,
firatof the rk. ' Kmim-tt Turner fe h the gayest f . . . inir .
"r 1 ' .' .r. . h .ins naHt with! Arthur Hinkins, of Albany, is
Mm I..i...My pramea n r ana . ; , cr
1.. i. .. io r.. week- ai!' ami i: "
It Wax lAci llcnt.
I.UIiiH lt....U m of (he Aifi-."
f mil j,vi -(u ivifll.nl Icfitin
iliilv..rl .y ;,.v. (;, I'.. Vlj
Motiiiintith. Kridiiv' Dvoulnu'.
thf nt('iiilnc Uk'iu not liiriM'
Hunt) uli niinn-clHti ve out
Iwluix uhh tit-iirt 1 1 v I'liiovi-it
M'lgnmr,. fr,,m n, H(,u,il
f li'H. h.T nf lirtTnt uru util
v many oilii r mml IUUK Hint
inurcfil that iIxtm lie more
ti'' "iinly f , initio.
"Mil ln Ih nf tlu fVi-liimr
iful to the credit of tlm wltuol ;
ItfV. VlL'iiiiir 1,'c luro ml'hIii I
i1 ViMii hi Hmi future Onte lie !
hp irrwliil l,v ..,..,.1. iur....r
"tlmn ilit ( unl w.,.,. tt,
'fll accorded I h fiitliimiantlo
""Utlmt I hey merit .
vhIiiii criltclieH. Mie 1 aJK
with Mr. Myrtle l.indcina 1 during
her husband's nb-teiire at lh U. K.
r... i',.n linn)
is "Vh'g I During her stay in Buena
!now working for Ament Gobat
Mr". Judt'e Sibley
Coon left the
. it i 1 . .t. f t 1.1 rtn t li
"UiluJe 01 liisi ni-cn i'ii i'iuiM""v..,
11 DOHUIOn US icimnci
a businesd visitor in
Several brisk hail
Vista 'storms' and strong
1. th,.r Mrs. M. J. Kron-Ui,u. has made numerous;
udded. variety to the weather here,
1 ' ....... Miss i;oon nas m , , Sunshine and
1 . . . . it k hjm : 1. 1 in 1 ).OU 11 T uu iui -
sun. while the latter son, '. friends, all 01 wnoui , - . howevsr are
. . t . ... I. a.. I? mtflllLHr.- a
l in r.asierti wfKim "" ...going-
his homestead. Wonder if he will j . ... KnijJillon
(iml a liomestcader? . . k ;a .Miss Mabel John-
. - . , .
B()n.oMMKianu.wirB... frmalJ) poi)ullUion was
Miss M. J. 1-ee lett nunuay u)r llllDl,v j C0nsfiuuence.
know those handsome I
f- KKl.l.Y ItKTUKNUI).
Tl'lnklntr of llujlntr I'nr-
""iiiuro This Viir.
I frtnu portumi.
ninth Hession of tl, Oregon
" f the United Kvan
"church rinsed at the first
' Vtland, Monday 10th.
"J. Kelly was reappointed
vthe church at ludepen
!(luriii(r ti, en(,u;nj y0nr.
h"P W. F. 11,-il. presiding
M confcraneo. The bishop is
of forcible personality and
ln ability. Bishop Heil
fach at the church in Inde
nt' on the evening of April
Mrs. Jasper ltaglev w. tailed to
iii. s;,i. ..tin- hv the illness
of her little nkv. daugliier ol
.... 11. ...!.!.,. oiul son are in ur
ttMi iiii"uii'; ...
midst buying sheep.
llev. 1 lay ms preaehwi at Moiit
gon.crv last Sunday to a g'11"'
pregal'ion. He may preach r.'U
larlv in the future
The dim-tor t our iik.iI tj-le-pbon
lino were setting Htakos laM
week and some parties , tro b'i
getting outvies. The l.n"' "
! h r. 1 -u nAiiKi 1 ile.
compieicd as bi' 1
M.ss Clara (My
w 1 Miss Rachel Smith. .Sund.iy.
. , ; ... ...i....
f 1 nilei M'll nei iv .
That kind of tice
the usual order.
New Easter bonnets were not in
iured by rain in Buena Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rexford, of
Iebanon, were visitors at the borne of
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rowe Saturday and
Sunday. Mr. Itexford is a brother of
Mrs. Tam Case, of Coivallis, visited
friends in Bueua Vista Saturday and
James McClain, who for two years
has been a irreat sufferer with asthma.
is slowly improving and is able to take
a little exercise out of doors each day.
This will be pleasant news for the
many friends of the afflicted man atid
his estimable family.
Ira Rowe has about recovered from
a very severe attack of lagrippe that
held him captive for two weeks.
Bishop Heil Is to preach in the Evan
gelical church in llueoa Vista April
23 at 8 p. in. Let everyone be preseut
to give mm welcome aua to enjoy an
Miss Clara Loy was an Albany visi
tor last week. She returned home
Delegates from the Evangelical
church have been elected to attend the
state convention. ' They are Mrs. A.
Anderson, Miss Alice Knighton and
Mr. V. N. McLaughlin.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hall were
Wells visitors Sunday.
......... T.wleiw.nilelice. is
.Mr. u'"i " ' . 1 r
mil tins 111 a woven-wire
issuing to bo quite W1
the farmers. .
Mr. Wbeelock. our teacher, visit
ed with his parents, near Mon
mouth last Sunday.
Uncle John Le.is caia - I
when it comes to furnisinnr
ladies with Kaster eggs.
Hop yards are looking; first rate in
this sectiou and a considerable aereaee ,
of new vines has been puf out this
tt yinit with friends at Croston.
Miss Altha Hall, of near Salem,
visited at the K. X. Hall home
Chailes McClain was an Albany
(Jus I'agenkopf and wile went to
e,l,.e Saturday, for a visU with
Mr. and Mrs. Will Morrison. They
Miss Adelaide Hecker, of Ronton
county, attended the Circle meet
ing in Huena Friday evening. ,
A J Richardson was a Portland
Visitor 'several days last week. v
Ksten Carter, who has been
working for Am-nt t.obat this
spring, quit the place .last week to
accept the position of depot master
at' Wells. Ksten is a poputar
young man and his tnends unite
in wishing him t uccess.
Mr. Boothby, of Monmouth, was
in Buena Saturday, buying stocK.
Art Calendars are still given with j Have you lost a vellow dog? Do
each yearly subscription to the , vou want a wife or a husband?
Kstekpkisk? Ask your home ' nas your brindlecow strayed away?
correspondent about them. They j Or has Johnny left for parts nn
ure beauties. jknrwn? Then advertise in the
Miss Alice Knighton vialted Albany ; E.NTmtPRisE. Ask your corre
l,;i Vluday.r spondent for rates .
HOW YOU STAND.
..ooU- ua uill nnnmincQ ill this colnnin vour points,
credited until after it appears in the paper, although subscriptions and points
secured in other wavs will lie announced as they come in. We want to keep
evervthinir fair and straight and If vou think an error has occurred in your points
..- .i. ,...,v Q.1.1 uill moke thoroutrh investigation.
MTIIO 118 WUIUII UIO l" iu..un.us u .. - -
liuena Vista, II
Airlie, P '
Highlands, D --.
Sunny Slope "". .
Parker sends 111 the first name to correspond from Silver. Others sent in,
but were just a little late. We want a correspondent at Falls City. Who will be
No article is
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