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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1903)
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Social and Personal, a
Cash paid for eggs at the cream
Charley Irvine was in Portland
Wagon for sale. Enquire of- C.
A hand sprayer for CO cents at
Frazer & Rico's.
Girl wanted. Mrs. B. F, White
aker near Monmouth.
Willard Craven was an over Sun
day visitor at Newport.
There will be a wedding in the
city the last of the week.
Mrs. P. II. Burnett returned
from MeMinnville Sunday.
Mrs. A. A. Jessup, ot Saleui. is at
the Lome of Thos. Fennell.
T, B. Clevenger has gone to the
coast for a ten days' outing.
Miss Mildred Owen left Monday
for Toledo, to visit relatives.
Frazer it Rice have a good stock
of tents at reasonable prices.
.Mr. Sanford, of Sumpter. has lo
cated on the Bannister place.
Just received a -nice line of
ladies' kid gloves at Measner's.
Mr. McCarty, of Portland, was
an'over Sunday visitor in town.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hubbard
were Falls City visitors Sunday.
Mrs. Loren Bedwell returned
from Portland Saturday evening.
For bargains in shoes see our
bargain shoe counter. Messner.
The new office building of J. W,
Kirklandis rapidly being enclosed.
Mias Leora Shank is visiting at
the home of Mr. Thos. Brunk, in
Nineteen (119) dollars pr ton
paid for machine iron at the Dallas
Mrs. E. A. Frazer, mother of U
L. Frazer, is spending a few days
Solomon Bridges left Saturday
for Pendleton, where he will work
The state fair this year will be
held from September 14th to the
Mrs- M. L. Pipes, of Portland,
visited Thos. Fennell and wife dur
ing the week.
F. A. Douty has a secondhand
delivery wagon for sale cheap. En
quire at once.
Mrs. O. D. Butler and son, Mau
rice,' returned Saturday from a short
visit to Corvallis.
it xuttU.m and lieo. Kutch
were at the tallt 1k,vo KlU C,ly
Mis Essie BdL of Portland, is
. ft f t w
visiting her sister, .Mrs.
VT C. Eldredce left Sunday eve
ning for Albany, Eugene and other)
Mix Albert Campbell, of Mon
mouth, was an incoming passenger
When In Sclera visit Strong
Restaurant. It is headquarters for
Paul Kleppin, an erstwhile resi
dent of Independence, drove
through town Saturday.
Miss Iruia Burnett, of Portland,
is yisiting her grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. T. B. Huntley.
Andy Wilson is slightly improv-
,t IT turn been bedfast seven
weeks with rheumatism.
For style and comfort wear the
Warner Corset. There' none bet
ter. For sale at Messner's.
A dance was given in the city
Saturday evening by a committee
of boys.. It was well attended
Mrs. Susie FennellPipes visited
with Thos. Fennell and wife this
week. Her home is in Eugene,
S. M. Daniel, who has been on a
business trip to Portland, returned
to Monmouth Saturday evening.
Call and see our line of ladies
kid gloves. All sizes and shades,
and every pair warranted at M"S-ner's.
(us Sperling has purchased the
residence of Ceo. Claggett; west of
Ililliard & Plymale's blacksmith
Mrs. J. E. Kirkland was a pas
senger south Monday. She goes
to Boawell Sprin.s for a seyeral
We are exclusive agents for the
celebrated District 7G school shoe.
The best on earth, once tried al
ways worn. Messner.
I am nrenared to do hay baling.
I may be reached by addressing
me at Independence. Rates rea
sonable. G. L. Reed.
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Welch and
child, also Mrs. J. W. Brooks, who
have been rusticating at the coast,
returned home Saturday.
Mr and Mrs. Campbell, of Kan
sas, have been guests of Mrs. E. A.
Frazer. They left Iat.t week for
Albany and other points.
W. B. Haines, proprietor of Roy
al Rooming House of Portland,
was in the city the first oi the
week looking for a location.
An excursion was run to the
coast Sunday. The motor made
the trip to Corvallis, connecting
with the C. and E. there. Quite a
number went from this section.
Mrs. G. W. Kutch returned Fri
day evening from Portland. Her
niece, Miss lUaruie jsateman, is
bevond the danger point from the
effect of her operation for appendi
citis. , '
Moore's Hair Invigorator and
Herpicide are the world's greatest
scalp cleansers and hair lnvigor
ators. Both are for sale at J. S.
Mnnm's barber shop. Call and
have Mr. Moore give an applica
tion of either remedy and you
will never be without one or the
Fly tV Curo keep n'" .
Fraier & Rice hvo it.
After the flmt uf Ann"- Ul
discontinue giving Art Ca.cndari
...!.!. ... Knot-lotions. This is in
chance to avail yourself of IM
privilege befon it W too late.
Rev. F.dmomWn I to speak m
.oeietieS Slllioay Ti.''
1U upholds them in most v.gorou.
terms. It Is especially deca de
that all lodge member aHJ th,s
n,.l.,r f.r minima hop check
AturttH. to com .
and the grower, will do wel to
place their orders inunea.aw.T,
thus avoiding possible delay by the
rush at the last ol the leason.
There will be no services at the
Presbyterian church during the
month of August. Dr. Thompson
xpect t? spend much of his vaca
tion at home but will be at New
port with his daughter some of tue
A kind welcome will he extend
ed to all who wish .to attend a b-is-
ket meetiuit in Maple Grove, near
i ...i.vtu. Sundav. August 2.
Sunday 'School at 10 o'clock, and!
preaching at 1 1 :0ti ana -:". v
Rey E. L. Fitch, P. K.. M. B.
There will be divine services at
the M. E. church Sunday next,
August 2nd. Subject for the morn
ing: "The Church for the Times."
Evening subject: "The Pbue and
Power of Fraternal Societies Among
the Moral and Spiritual Forces in
Human Life." Members of fra
ternal societies are urgently invited
to attend the services. There will
lie a special program for the eve
ning service. Win, W. Kdmond
Harry E. Wagoner,
W. R. ALLIN, D.D.S.
A representative of the Oregon
Timberman. a monthly journal de
voted to the timber industry pub
lished at Portland, was a caller at
this office Saturday. He bad Wen
on a visit to the timbered section
west of Falls City, which, in his es
timation, is one of the best bodies
of timber in the country today.
He says pernio have no idea of the
relative price of timber, and that
few claims realize over a small frac.
tion of their worth.
Cooking uletnil of all kind-tat
Fraer t Rict.V
H. W. Sear peitl several dava
ill Portland the past Week.
Sheriff Ford and Treasurer Pal
ton were in the city Tuesday.
Clarence Ireland and wife 1. ft
Monday morning for Fish !.ae.
M s. David Calb'rulh h g 't.e
to Montana to spend th summer.
Mrs. R. H. Wilcox, of IVndlr
ton. cauin in Tuesday on a visit to
...t. rivi.n li,tr,
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. . (i,-t vour lale tin of r'-'
Mih8 Mira MmneriHi kv
day for her old hu. l l.fiy tl., '
. . , ,, i Chan. Irvine was a tmrlb b
for a short virij. .
!v Van Meer. an otl recidei.t of ' ...
Independence, i in the city ami
will remain until after hop. picking.
Wmi'.ed To hire lefe 4'
by ili. month. C-dl at '
.. I f ll..i..l.uii, ft li
.. . .1 .Mr f.. 1. lu''" -i
Frank Usher was a lg-r j
I', .-I I mi ii .Moiuiiv uueriK'no.
intends moving back to Portland
Win. Patton and wife, of Pendle
ton, are visiting J. M. Stark's
family. "Billy" used to be a bat
p ik 1 ... ... ....
Mrs. vern isaruen was a pa-seiii " ,j
gerto Newport Thursday, where i-tea., IfV""1;
a few week' visit,
Tim r rdinat.ee of btia '
.,.-towed at the river SumIH
nirig at 7 ;)0 o'clock by K- H
f the Baptist church. 1W
Bervices) nt S:IH), I
One of the least ex wniiri
t imported Japanese
she will join her husband to sjx?nd
Rev. A. J. Lindsay will preiw h
ni Klkins school house next Sun
day morning at 11 o'cIocR and at
Fairview at 3 P. M.
Seven Geo. W. Child's cigars for
25 cents at Wagoner's. This is a
standard brand and more limit a
bargain at the price.
J. B. V. Butler, George Boothby,
L. Ground and Dr. Butler returned
Tuesday from their fishing expedi
tion Boothby is "It for trie next
The Independence Improvement
League has vobid $!) for j writeupi
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oi ine my i inuepeutietice in me
Salem Statesman for geuerat dis
Mrs. W. W. Wright und two
daughters, Mrs. llattie Lynch and
Miss I'lanche Wright, of MeMinn
ville. and her niece. Miws Lillian
Andrews, of lleppner, who is one tf
the survivors of tho Heppner flood,
are visiting Mrs. Stansbury of this
Bale tics, $2.00 per bundle at
Frazer Si Rice's.
tx.rn's package tea, oM p"'
mak more than 200 l V
the best i SO Cheap why f,
Wilson at the Str Cirocery.
That wo fairy a f"11
, lino of
i$47 Roger Bros.
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