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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1903)
INDRrRWrHMfOR BUTl!KrPISR INDKPBVDBKCK, OREtJON
On the th of July wo are going to give away a fine
$$o Parry Buggy
I HOW WE BO THIS.
9 k UnnArml number! are Hold. Mriirinff from No. fiOto No. 160
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On the 4th of July one number in dnwn ont, the lucky one 5
! taking the buggy.' Isn't this a priie worth work log for? Rule j
0f numbers commences June 15th. J
With R. M. Wad A Co. Independence, Ore.
UnJafor hsvinr are scare in
lyicinity this year.
)!r. Johnson end family have
H ini Mrs. Alice WbltcornVi
ifZumwaltand Will Shinn are
. Al II A
Wing Mre. unmi nouse 10
ih coat of paint.
b new roof on Mre. A. B,
. t 1 i A iL.
nor house auua greauy w uie
U'srance of her home.
here is no paper ia tbe county
tM than the Entkhphisk. Why
,'tjou subscribe for it?
ire or moro persons left hers
it week for the coaet to rusticate.
Ir are thinking of going.
A Urge orowd went from here to
umouth Sunday to hear Iter. E
AVigmore'i larewell sermon.
luiuit Ohms has done some
VJwl repairs on the roads be-
ha this place and Monmouth.
(.. Wheelock intends build
t new barn on his larm this
timer and will haul the material
in lonco's mill.
C. Fishback attended1 the Sun
rhool picnic at KieVreali Sat-
y given by the Christian Sun
icbool workers of Monmouth
Virtha Addison and son. Robert,
fcear Dayton, after a week's visit
h tbe former's sister, Mrs. J. L
hb&ck, returned Sunday to their
Men a chart agent comes along
Ml be best to bave nothing to
with him, for the experience all
'this county hns shown that
ltof them are sharpers.
firs. Henry Hampton, who for
ty resided at this place, and
0 left a few years aeo for East-
Oregon in the hones of benefit'
I her health, died there Friday.
f wag the mother of David
ppton, the hotel proprietor, of
rt week's items.
and Ada Alexander are vis
8 relatives here.
K Frank Turner is home from
'Jlor s logging camp. !
W Lewis has about recovered
B atuck of the mumps."
k McKinnev ia haalina? lum
George Bronson was in our midst
A friend of Mrs. T. P. Haynes is
viaiting with her.
Lawrence Grant wag doing busi
ness in your city Monday.
AI It LI It.
W. K. Williams loH a valuable
borne by his falling into a ditch.
Win Critchelow made a flying
business trip to Cottage Grove last
Hugh Williams bought fine
span of draft horses near Eugene
Orville Buchanan and family at
tended the carnival in Corvallis
Five teams have been hauling
poles this week for the farmers'
Mr. Guyer, who recently sustain
ed a fracture of the riirht lee. i
Claude Bevens has come in from
Southern Oregon to visit a few days
with his parents
nr. ana Mrs. . w. Ktory were
passengers on tbe motor Tuesday
Mr. Wentz, from this eide of
Albany, was peddling strawberries
through here Tuesday.
A cougar visited tbe premises of
Freeman Bevens recently and earn
pled a couple of fat sheep.
Junius Ward and family, of
Kings Valley, were transacting bus
iness in Airlie Wednesday.
W. E. Williams attended the
Edward bimpson, ol Philomath, Held meet between the faculty and
has been visiting in the community
Ed McLane, of Buyer, visited at
tbe home of II. 8. Smith over Sun
Henry Williams, cf Dallas, at'
tended carop-meeting at Maple Nary adjunct to any farm.
n o 1. I
vtroro duiiu7. Mart Stafford war nn our streets
J. J. Leveck is hauling lumber Thursday, driving his 2.10 trotter,
for some extra buildings at the Silver Drop, which promises to
students of tbe 0. A. C. last Satur
I. M. Simpson and A. C. Staats
are each building a commodious
goat shed, which is a very neces
home of B. F. Smith.
I). 0. Bronson and son, Hubert,
are hojie from Arizona. Old Polk
looks good to them again. 1
Mono Grange will meet at the
ball next Saturday at 1 o'clock. I
Ice cream and cake will be served.
eclipse all pant turf records
The school meeting Monday ie
suited in the election of W. B.
Williams and A. It. Lewis, direct
ore, and w. ii. vv imams cieric.
Mrs, Lola Taylor Nichols, of
Monmouth, was an incoming paBs.
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Mr. Wheelock closed a successful eD8w uu l" . . "
Urm f .rhl l..t Frid.iv and his ning.enrouie w rcueo , vis. rw
m wv - - - J l ,
sisters from Monmouth came up ativeB.
and assisted in tbe exercises at the Miss Maud Newbill, who was re
cloeing. cently married at callston, is well
The telephone poles are being nd fatorab y known here and her
line and nnany ineuua w mu uviiiic '"
7 T . r I :
the line will soon be completed. "W-
Our resident, Tracy Staats, seems D. N. Turner came near being
to be the right man in the right seriously injured last Wednesday
J onrl ia in trifinir the work hv beincr struck witn tne arm 01
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his most careful attention. tbe denriCK used in mung neavy
The camn-meeting in Maple timbers.
Grove still continues with interest. The present rain storm has dis
... , i r tit. kun nn dtne ffioom mat UUUK over
Kev. WOOQ, oi W)rm, r - ...
,. . a..j,. the iarmer in ium ucnuuuiuuuu,
doing the preaching since Sunday. J1 hasten thegrowth
Key. rneips, who wan w 0f late sown grain
here, has been detained in I otv
land attendant on an invalid sister,
but will probably be .here the last
of the week.
Elmer Burrows met with a se
which was stickirig
nd atrikine him on the arm, cut a
..Mm pash. which had to be
TO. J .
ud. He was aione ai,
rha aroident and nearly
fainted before he' could reach the
The HaDDner disaster has caused
a decree 01 sauneno iu uicu uuo,
as many of her residents who met
Aath in the awful llood were
known to a number of our peop.e.
T. O. Davidson, a former school
it I.. v.. iVi.a flftmmnnirv. hilt.
in a wmi'"i -V si".1 I
now a real estate ageu m t ui uu,
came in on tbe motor Sunday to
view the scenes of his earlier man
The thunder storm last Sunday
evening caused intense darkness to
prevail at the camp meeting
grounds and several collisions of
vehicles with trees and fences re
A team belonging to a Corvallis
livery-man, while conveying
drummer from Kings valley to
Airlie, became frightened, ran
away, upsetting the rig but caused
no damage except a broken dou ble
Freah testimony lu great quantity Is
ooostantly corning In, declaring Dr.
King's New DUcovery for Consump
tion, Cougha and Colds to be un
equalled. A recent expression, from
T. J. McFarland, Bentorvillt, Va.
serves aa example. He writes! "1
had bronchitis for three years and doc
tored all the time without being bene
fitted. Then I began taking Dr.
Klng'a New Discovery, and a few bot
tles wholly cured me." Equally ef
fective In curing all lung and throat
troubles, consumption, pneumonia and
grip, uuaranteed by A. S. Iiocke.
Trial bottles free, regular sizes,
SOo and $1.00.
Frank Gilliam is grazing a large
band of Bheep ' on Bald mountain
Most of our citizens attended
campmeeiing at Maple Grove last
J. W. Wilson, the S. P. agent at
Airlie, visited Pedee relatives last
Mrs. Frank Turner, of Lowell, is
visiting her parents,' Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. John Nichols, of Mon
mouth, is visiting her mother, Mrs.
Rev. Guy PhelpB, of Hillsboro,
held religious services at our school
house last Sunday.
Lafo Edwards, our strawberry
grower, has contracted all of this
year's crop at top prices.' '
Lewis Edwards, Frank' Gilliam
and John Ritner are doing jury
duty at Dallas this week.'
Mr. and Mrs. James Price, pio
neer settlers on the Upper Luckia
mute, have movftd-ttM"" r
a movement toward tbe "'benevo
lent assimilation" of the Servians.
"I bave been troubled for some time
with Indigestion and sour stomach,"
aye Mm. fiarah W. Curtis, of Lee,
Ma., "and have been taking Cham-
.ber Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablet
which bave belned me very much so
that now lean eat many things that
before I could not." If you bave any
trouble with your stomach why not
take these tablets and get well? For
sale by Klrkland Drug Co.
Excursion Itateato Yaquinallay.
On June 1st the Southern Pacific
Co. will resume sale of excursion
tickets to Newport and Yaquina
Bay. This resort is becoming more
popular every year and hotel ac
commodations are better than ever
before, and at reasonable rates.
Season tickets from Independence,
to Newport, $4.20; to Yaquina,
$3.70. Saturday-to-Monday tickets
to Newport, $2.55; to Yaquina,
Mrs. Fannie Mulkey, of Balem, Is
visiting in the city.
TOWN8END JONES On Wednesday,
June 17, 1903, at the home of the
bride's mother, near Independence,
Miss Hattie Jones to Corwin A.
Townsend, of Portland, Rev. E. J.
The parlors were very tastefully deco
rated and an np-to-date delicious wed
ding dinner served. The happy couple
took the train from galem to Portland,
thence to California on their wedding
trip. They are to reside in Portland.
E. T. HENKLE,
J. S. MOORE,
Only1 nrst-clasB workmen em-
nloved in the "Wiewam.", Shop
situated on North Bide of C Street.
G L Hawkins
If it's coated, your stomach
is bad, your liver, is out or
nrder. Aver's Pills will clean
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your tongue, cure your uys-
That Throbbing Headache
would quickly leave you if you used mak.e your liver right.
irin'a New Liire niis. cv n tat. essvio oncraic
wi n..Ir match- ,w -.'""'." r
of sunerers m , . zsc
las. merit for sick and nervous
in... m.k nure blood ana
"r- r::,;h' oni, ascents,
buna up you M h. I KUCRMinAM d Ul twhlakere
monev Uck If not cur. I 1 ZZZ"Z ...... hv,
md I Wat rxir momurjx or b.ri bMnUfal
" I taiwiorrtrtibtackt Tb.iit. .(,
by BUCKINGHAM'S DTE WTO
J. W. Miller, of Newberg, is the
guest at the home of his son, W
W. Miller, a prominent hop grower
of this place.
J. W. YoBt, who owns the larg
est hop yard in this section, reports
every condition of his crop as fav
orable to a full yield.
A generous rainfall occurred here
the fore part of the week, which
was of great benefit to growing
croDS. pastures and fruit, and full
crops are now well assurred.
W. L. Vale was elected a director
at our school meeting last Monday
and J. W. YoBt was re-elected dis
trict clerk. The school board now
consists of the following members:
Alva Womer, Lewis Ritner and W.
L. Vale, Mr. Vale having succeeded
Jacob Kinsey, whose term of ser
yice had expired.
It seems incredible that in this
age of Christian ' enlightenment
conditions should exist any , where
on tbe face of the globe that would
justify the nations of tbe world in
condoning the recent brutal butch
ery' at Belgrade." Surely some
Christian nation should inaugurate
work 1 etc.
Ask' the Agent for Tickets
St PAUL, DCLUTH, MINSEAPOLKHICAGO
AND ALL POINT CAST.
2 TRAINS DAILY 2
NEW EQUIPMENT THROUGHOUT
. Palace and Tourist Sleepers.
Dining and Bullet Smoking Library Cars,
DAYLIGHT. TRIP THROUGH CAB-
CADE AND ROCKY MTU 8.
Tm nifa. inldera and fall Informa
tion regarding tickets, routes, iete., call
on or address H. DICKSON, City
Ticket Agent- J. W.. PHALOK, Txav.
Pass. Agt,; Portland . -
A. B. U. DifiNNIS IVK, U. wr. ju
612 First Ave.,
Preparatory to building.
A. & Locke.