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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1903)
INDEPENDENT!-: ENTERPRISE, INDEPENDENCE, OREGON -
V havo a few sample wheels left ami will close out the entire stock at tho
f one f'.(M Racyole. "Pace Maker". .41.75 One f.'.YOO Latona, Racyclo make. . . .21.25
I o il .lUK) Bndl llioyde 27.75 On.. .'17.50 Hm-ll Bicycle 110.00 J
One 400 8id) Birycle, with coaster .'12.75 Onu 50.00 Cleveland cushion frame. . 38.25
Our stock in reduced to the ahovu Hamplcn only, and when those are
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( uic have a few bargains left in second-band Ulbeels.
( r m vAnr 7j fro
A. J: GOODMAN, Manager.
What Tlicy Are Doing.
lr ri liionih .r Mm. J. II. Patterson.!
m.j w v
litiJeuia ('w' r Albany, ia
.ting with Mine IWtha Holian-
Vim Katherine 1-owo, of Dayton,
i,h..Utha guest of II. . "ag-
knJMrn. Vern Rartlott and
,,,of rorllantl. are vtnting his
iher, Mrs. I. F. Hopkins.
-le. Tho city restaurant
Mia at a bargain. Enquire of
C.Miller, Inlfcndnce, Or.
Sin. Wro. Yealer, of Bridgeport
1 her thumb operated upon this
It for an abcesa. It is no pro
lira. Ella Irvine left Wednesday
Newport. She will operate a
;ing house there during the
ri. Frank Pattereon, of Fossil.
io DM been visiting at wo iiui
r A. Patterson, returned home
Mien Shirley, a former resident
Independence, diod recently in
lllman. Vah., as a reeult of can
of the throat. '
i am prepared to do hay baling.
buy be reached by add reeling
at Independence. Rates rea
bible. 0. L. Reed.
Tuesday evening, about 8:00
o'clock Mra. John II. Patterson,
whose condition has been feeble
for months, suddenly became worse
and ehe almost instantly expired.
Apoplexy is assumed to be the un-
medial cause of death, ror sev
eral years eho was a resident of
arkcr, but recently moved to In
Funeral services are to be con
ducted today at the family resi
dent and interment occur at the
I. O. 0. F. cemetery, Hey. E. C.
Wiguiore, of Monmouth, ollieiating.
Knc L. Curfman was worn
July 20,", J 833, in "Fulton county,
Illinois, and was married to John
H. Patterson May 17, 157. Thy
a-nra nloneera of Oregou of '05 ., A
family of 13 children were the
fruits of the union, 10 or wuom
survive her. She was a consistent
ber of the M, E. church.
Tli husband.- John H.-Patter-
and the following . children
,pviv her: Mrs, vauy vsooruc,
Mra. Maggie . Woods, Mrs. Rosa
Hall and Mr. J, W. Patterson, of
Mrs. Ella Norton,
Jr Vll JV1.- J
mit Kenton county; Mrs.
UJ wvj ,w..
HflitUfiuver. of Suver: Mrs. &wa
Parrtsh, of Oregon City; Miss May
Patterson and Miss Bessie l'atter
son. of Jefferson; Robert L. Patter
eon, of Portland. , . -
.--.-i... iivpi- trv Chamberlain's
Htomaeh and Liver i aoieia. uj
... .v Hvbp a ine uiuo""""
regulate tl.e bowels and prevent bilious
Saeka. For sale by Klrkland Drug
fl. L. Reed, a former, resident of
111b City, is in the city from Port-
Id. He will scend this summer
pabouts oporating a hay baler
i'lover Leaf Rebekah Lodse In
tho following officers Tues
' evenine: N. O.. Miss . Uessie
tier; V. G., Mrs. Etta Walker;
Mrs. Margaret , Goodman;
ai.. Mrs. Nttie Bohannon;
arden, Miss Elva Taylor; Con
r-tresa, Mrs. Nellie Damon : I. 0.,
ea EsHie Simpson; 0. O., Miss
7 Webster; R. S. N. G. Miss
Fence Waironer: L. S. N. G.,
h Sarah Irvine; R. 8. V. 0.,
p. Jennie Waller; L. S. V. U.,
K Almira Hurler; Chaplain,
p. lUla Irvine.
Wholesale Beer and Cigar Dealer.
U.a.w.. J.L u 'r e.n no'w 'aell all Beer ana ug. -
BEST IiliANDS WINES AXD WIUSKEIS.
Street, ' , : Independence, Oregon
II. D. Stunts lost a fine horae
last Friday. '
Marion Smith is putting up
several rods of I'nge fence.
. J. F. Laughary .took two fine
voal to Independence I rulay.
Dr. II. 11. Nehrbns made a fly
ing trip to Tacoma the first of
John Scralford, of Corvallia
ia visiting his slaughter, Mrs. J
K. Morrison. '
Most every one celebrated at
ndepondonce, and report hav
ing had a fine time.
Archie Totherow is down with
pneumonia at his brother's, A
E. Tethcrow, of Suver.
II. T. Boothby has just finish
ed a new barn for John Palmer,
which is a fine's'tructure.
F. B. Tetherow and F. N
Smith have purchased a new
Milwauke mower and rake.
Messers Ilosner and Haley,
of Monmouth, are putting in
the new penstock .or Keller K
J. B. Scraflbrd, of Vralla Wal
la, but formerly of Indepen
dencewas shaking hands with
old friends in this seetion last
B. R; nebrbas, D.D.S.
Over P. 0. Monmouth
The bridge across the Little
Luckiamute, at S. II. Tetherow's,
is in a very bad condition, there
being several broken planks in
the floor. Our county court
don't seem to look after the
bridges in this part of the coun
J. A. Tetherow and Chas
Harren have taken the contract
nf lofrcrinc about 80,000 feet o:
"OO " . . .
oak logs for Glenn Ireland, irom
his dace near here to Indepen
dence. ' The logging will all be
done on wagons, as the distance
to haul will be about six miles.
Miss Louise Handley, sister oi
Mrs. W. A. Messner, returned to
Portland this week after a short
Justice is the insurance we have
on our lives and property, and obe
dience is the premium we pay for
An institution like the Mon
mouth Normal, with twenty-one
graduating classes to its credit,
must have turned out any number
ofKraduates, and the whereabouts
of a few of the best known must be
interesting to our readers. We,
therefore, haye looked up these
The first graduation of the new
Normal was in '83, and the class
turned out but one graduate, Miss
May Hawley, many years deceased.
J. B. V. lluller, of the class of '84
ia secretary of the regents of the
Normal Hchool; A. E. Iiredull, oi
'85, is holding a good position on
the h. F. Examiner; E. . t'attron,
85, is mayor of W asco; Isaac 11
f:.iliinii. '85. is countv school
superintendent ot Columbia coun
ty; W. II. Dobbyns, '86, is an at
torney at Condon, and J. E. loung,
of the same class, is practicing law
at Cottage Grove. Another lawyer
is J. A. Jiucnanan, '87, at Kose
burg. 13. F. Mulkey, '87, is presi
dent of Ashland Normal; L. B
Reeder, '87, is a prominent attor
neviat Pendletoc: R. T. Burnett,
'88, dentist at Ashlaud; John A.
Uouck, '88, attorney, San Fran
Cisco; C. II. Jones, '88, editor Ore
gon Teachers' , Monthly; fiolon
Shedd. '88. in Agricultural college,
Pullman, Wasb; E. C. Tentland,
'88, with Oregonian; M. F. Fentoo,
'80, dentist at Portland; J. W. Mc-
Culloch, '89, attorney, Vale; W. A
Wann. '91. aeeht insurance. li.u
gene; J. E. Ilosmer, '93, president
of Liberal University, balem; U
A. Thornton, '94, medical studenti
Portland; Lester : Higgins, t'94, at
torney at Everett, Wash.; Uan
Cochrane, '94, editor in Phoenix,
Arizona; Luke Goodrich, book
keeper, Eugene; Irving E. Vining,
'95, student of Columbia Uniyer
sity,, New York City; M. L. Apple
jrate. '95. ass't. supt., Manila, Phil
inDine Islands; W. H. ' Ragedale,
'95. county school superintendent,
Moro; J. C. McCue, ,'96, principal,
Astoria; Ethel Kelty,.'98, teacber
in Drain Normal; George Lamb,
'98, superintendent of Tillamook
schools: P. J. Mulkey, '98, princi
pal Arlington schools; John R. Mc-
Cormick, '98, principal, Laneview
The list might be multiplied, but
this is a sufficient number to Bhovr
that the graduates of this school
are filling positions in nearly every
vocation of life, and many nave at
tained considerable prominence in
the public eye.
to their homes at Oregon City,
after a visit with Duena frienda
J. II. Knighton and family
now occupy their newly acquir
ed property in the west part of
Mrs. L. !.' Baldwin returned
from Corvallia to Buena oh Tues
day, and left for her home at
Albion, Wash., Wednesday, in
company with Mrs. J. F. Hall.
Dave Hood, of Buena Vista,
and Alzora Darling, of Portland,
were married at the home of the
bride's parents ia Portland, Sun
day. Miss Darling is a former
resident of Buona Vista.
The base ball boys are to play a
game at the gronnds near Skin
ner's house Sunday afternoon, the
opposing team being Lebanon.
Admission 25 cents Ladies lo
cents. Come out and. giva the boys
Night Was Her Terror.
I would couch nearly all nl(ht
long," writes Mrs. Cbas." Applegate, of
Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly
get aDy sleep. I bad consumption so
had that if I walked a block I wouia
cough frightfully and apit blood, but
when all other medicines failed, three
fl.00 bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
ru whnllv run 6 me and I named
53 pounds.!' It's: absolutely guaran
teed to cure cougbs, colds, la grippe,
hrnnohiiia and all throat ana Jung
troubles. Price 50c and $1.00. .Trial
bo'. ties free at A. B. Locke's drug store.
! 3 TRAINS FROM PORTLAND DAILY
Through Pullman standard and tour
i. i Aaiv to Omaha Chi-
IBfc Bleeding J - ' . - .,
cago, 8pokane; tourist sleeping-car daily
to Kansas Ulty ; tnrougn r'"
ist sleeping: cars (personally ranuuevru,
ni.l.n KBtlBBH flltv. St.
HQChlV iv '.v, , - . ' .
Louis and Memphis; reclining chair
cars (seats free) to the East daily.
depakt' TIME SCHEDULE aebivi
FOB FROM PORTLAND rBU
Miss Ethel Knighton, who is
staying at Wells,-was a Sunday
visitor in Buena.
Mrs. A. J. Richardson was
the guest . of Independence
E. N. Hall and family leave
about the 20th for Coquille City,
for a month's outing.
Miles Port'erfield and family
returned Tuesday from a ten
days' outing at Newport
W. P. Bevens and family are
expected to return this week,
from an outing at Soda Springs.
The Billy Wells family, north
of town, has been afflicted with
measlesbut the members of the
household are recovering. .
I : . . .... ' ."t
Mrs. Kate Bevens and Mrs.
Nellie Bodene returned this week
Chicago Salt Lake, Denver,
Special Kansas City, St. 4 .30 p m
Atlantic. Salt Lake. Denver,
- ; rtWnrth .f1mh.
8 : 15 p in via Kansas City, St 10:30 a m
ton. ana iaat.
St Paul Walla Walla.Lewis-, : :
6amvia lace( Pu 1 Im an, 7:35 a m
Spokane. Minneapolis, t
. waukee, Chicago
' -n ..... PnrtlnnH tn Hhicaco. No
iwiivu.a. . " - .
change of cars. Tickets East via all
rail or via boat and rail via Portland.
OCEAN AND RIVEK SCHKJJUL,!!.
' AIL sailing" datea 1
., i subject to change. ; "
8pm For San Francisco s 4 p m
sail everv o aay .
Daily h t '
except Columbia arm ;
Sunday t- :' -1 '
8pm To Astoria and way 4pm
Saturday landings. . "
10 p m
AL HEKKEN, lt., ladafesriMiea.