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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1903)
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V. A. MESSNER
SUOOESSOB TOM. A. MILLb.
When it comes to men's neckwear we i-.ro
We have the best line of men's ami boys'
Straw and Canvas Hats ever shown here.
We have just received a new addition to our
. -tho host mi
stock of Clothing and can now snow i
patterns and values in town
W. are .ulcliins every train, expecting a
. He ol ' Jre .l.oo., .omctl,ing ncr
.l n,,lo-date, never shown m
have a new line of the latest shapes in Hats. Come and see
Groceries and Produce.
us your Produce. We will pay you top price in trade.
Mr. Vernon, Sr., of near Kick
reall, is in very poor health, and
his recovery is doubtful.
n j..,., Irvine returned the
first of the week from a several
weeks' visit in McMinnvine uu
Pres. Ressler, Miss Iliggins,
4i, Mrs. M. Babbitt,
Julien Hurley, Pearl Hedges
and Dr. W. C. lirown -the
- Willamette Valley Choral
Union at Eugene Tuesday.
son. SpeaKing, eVw,
and other amusements will make
up a splendid program A large
Attendance will go irom uei.
C. Finch, father of H. C.
Finch, loft this week for Jeffer
son Citv, Iowa, where he goes to
reside permanently with two
sons. He is 84 years of age and
. i...ni, ia nnt. the best. Be-
fore he left a family group of
the Finches was taken, at which
fmir venerations, were repre-
A transaction of considerable
importance took placethia i week.
r "mi. j
eelt Thursday a president
of tho United States, and we
will ask our correspondents, ad
nlease get their
matter in a day or so' earlier
Ordination and installation of
elder9 at the Presbyterian
-i l, nv(. Sabbath morning,
i. MlAwed bv communion
service. A very cordial invito-1
. tion is extended 10 mi
ent at these services.
The picnic at RidoVs Grove
to be given by the M. W. A.
dHgN.A.oU.y 28 prom
isestobethe picnic of the, sea-
i j M.mA1 hv c '. A.
n iinfloubtedly the nicest
4wu; I -
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rousing celebration. oeveiui
features have already Deeu
agreed upon and will be an-i
t..0,i .rn. Rallotinc on ' a
Goddess of Liberty will com
mence at once; voting places
will be announced later. Inese
young ladies have kindly agreeu
to remain throughout the con
test, though balloting is not re-
strictedto these aione. "u.u.v
Irvine, Edith Owen, May Ken
nedy, Jessie Hartman, Kate
tt T.nliifi Kelso, rlor-
ence Burton. The Monmouth
band has been secured.
week we will endeavor to give
more complete account of the
...... mmmend our Tenth Correspondents' Contest and on
FridavTjui; 3 ,13 at 6 :00 P.M. we wi.l close it We offer as prem.ums the
following aticles, seiected by the Correspondents' themselves ;
i i ,imo aslUnnhnlHtered. velvet Couch
FIRST PRIZE - " ji ,ovely Pictnre
SECOND PRIZE """Tene Students' Lamp
THIRD PRIZE -" A stood set of Pine Pong.
FOURTH PRIZE . A Copyrighted Book
FIFTH PRIZE To-o Wmn Journal
SIXTH PRIZE. ' " V VJt ty an v address for one year
SEVENTH PRIZE independent --- -
residence in town. He will make
several improvements in tne
house. Mr. Messner is certaimy
fl nroeressive, wide-awake man,
a valued addition to our town. v
a meeting of the wool-grow-"
ers of Polk county will be held
: nn.a Rnturdav. Mr. Fen-
1 11 itn'1
ton was in the city yesteraay,
and he informs us that tne poui
will easily reach 200.00U pounas
Arrono-nn.fints have been made
for wo-ol-growers in this section
I hereby give due notice that
I will be in no wise responsible
for any debts contracted by my
wife, Ada M. Taylor, after this
the 14th day of May, it having
been mutually agreed that we
shall live seperate and apart
from and after the 13tn aay ui
ASA 13. lAxi.ua.
We carry fourteen vari
eties and ten weights ot
wrapping paper. We
always havn what you
want. Get our prices.
Geo. F-Rodgers& Co
whoiesale Paper Dealers
for free storage at the ,b.
-nrfihouse. The key can
secured of Agent Wilcox. ,
rru- Tnanondfirice orchestra will
- Hnp.B on the evening ot tne
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-r O A 1 a rcrA
picnic, Saturday, way
delegationis expocted to go from
mi n,nra1 arra n re.ment C011Q
lilts o- .
mittee on the 4th of July cele
i rvQiatinor of (J. 1. 1UI
t tt TTnnT and 1. U-
ler, xv. " , i i
Campbell, report much work be
a-- ,.nt. 11 the news that happensin Folk county and wo wanttbex
PRISB to v sit every family in the county. We want to be p you t ana we
pbisb io visivcv , j w,. i oriveDOints as follows.
t0b6ln r fT r worthy oTpuhlication. points for every
r Tf n.n article be specially meruonouB or
article worthy of aseperaehe ad fan P Btl will ta
given. JorWycri tion three months 85 points; sU months and less than
.it i. ii.. t...nii,h itnn nrii'CH fin t&ii.v ftiuu yi w-
at times the places thu , column W.tobto , nted 0ther
interest to secure repre8einai.ivC ... -
features will be announced along.
J. A. Gulledge, of -Verbena, Ala.,
was twice in the hospital irom
verecaseof piles causing t
a tta, Hnotors and all remedies la..Cu,
....... A.ia Rolv miickly ar-
rested further inflammation and cured
him. It conquers aches and kills
pain. 25o at Kirkland urug no. ...
HOW YOU STAND.
First pub. April 16. Last PD. May
Notice 18 hereby given that xnos. ryw
' tv oracou, has
P 11 Mcuaue, ucvccv. . .
to present the sarao y-.... - -
to presou. said ad-
gon. this 16th day ol April. M
(Jampueil, repwiK Adminlstraiorroi
ingdone along the lmes of a ceased.
secured in other ways wm i .... - - occurred in your points
everything ir and straight and !f " hTntes tfgatioL
write us witmn tne ween 1194
Buena Vista, H ' " V" 723
Airlie,P . 621
Monmouth, H 529 .
Parker '' ; 252
Buver . 1S8
lonmouth, B..... 98
Lewisville " , . 92
Highlands, D 76
Bickreall, C. 60
Monmouth, A 39
Ballston " 24
Sunny Slope.., 16