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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1903)
TTJC CUD KZUACLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
e Social and Personal.
Fi--'t i in niit'Tr--"-,':-' '""'
See Messner's Ad this week.
Sox 4c at the Bankrupt Store.
Cash paid for egg at the cream
Claud Kryer is at trie coasli this
Overalls ISc at the Bankrupt
E.TicKel, oT Portland, was in
town last week.
Charley Irvine is on a trip over
Hop picking gloves So at the
' Bankrupt Store.
Thos Zeiber is at home trom
J. D. Kelty, of McCoy, was in
the city Saturday.
J. R. Cooper and family were at
the coast this week.
Tents and camp stoves cheap at
R. M. Wade & Coa.
Frances Patterson, of Portland, is
visiting D. L. Hedges'.
S. E Leramon returned to Mc
Cormick Wash., Monday.
Miss Nola Owen left Saturday
for Newport, for an outing.
W. H. Wa'ikrr and wife were
Newport visitors this week.
Mrs. C. L. Fitchard and children
went to Newport Saturday.
R. D and J. S. Cooper were over
Sunday visitors at Newport.
Oliyer Jones and wife were pass
engers Saturday to Newport.
Mrs. Frank Lucas, of Monmouth,
returned from Newport Monday,
Ed Rosendorf, of Corvallis, was
in the city over Sunday evening.
Arthur Moore and family return
ed home last week from the coast.
F. A. Kemp, one of Lewisville'n
substantial citizens, died last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cha. Gibson vis
ited relatives in Corvallis Sunday.
Mrs. E. B. Jamison and children
were incoming passengers Saturday.
Mrs. Al Herren left Friday for a
visit in Portland, Astoria, and Sea
Mrs. C. L. Fitchard and little
daughter spent Sunday in New
Miss Berth Hurley, a former
Independence girl, is in San Fran
cisco. A full line of white enameled
ware just arrived at Frazer fe
Hata 10c at the Bankrupt Store.
Sklrta 75o at the Bankrupt Store.
'So-Rosa-So." the greatest lly
exterminator yet, t Kraier A
Mrs. Henry Kelso and daughter,
Kate, are at the coast for a few
Mr. Vent Barllet returned Sat
urday from a several week stay in
We hve some bargain in nine.
See our bargain shoe, counter, at
Frank Mulkey returned from a
everal week' stay al Newport
Mr. 0. 1. Butler and son, Mau
rice, were passenger to the count
Mr. Fred Moseman returned to
Taeoma Friday, after a several day
John Serogg was here this week
from Olympia, Wash., on a visit to
Miss Mary Scolla'd, of Wood
burn., is yisiting at the home of
S. K. Owen.
Take your butter, eggs and poul
try to Measner'a and get highest
For sule A fresh cow, nearly
thoroughbred Jersey. Enquire
at this olHce.
J. M. Gentry and family return
ed the last of the week from an out
ing at the coast.
Win. II iff, wife and daughter left
Saturday for 'Frisco. They will be
absent several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore are
clerking in the dry good depart
ment of F. A. Douty's store.
Mrs. Percival who has been visit
ing in Monmouth, returned to her
home in Portland, Saturday.
S. E. Owen was a passenger Sat
urday to Astoria, to take in the
sights the.f e daring regatta week.
For sale. Black horse, weight
1500, gentle, can be worked any
where. Enquire of O. J. Bagley,
Ti e Oregonian agency is at Wag
oner's. Subscribe for Oregon's
leading daily. Daily, by the week,
Mrs. W. F. Campbell and little
daughter, accompanied by I). B.
Boydston's daughter, are at the
coast this week.
Mrs. McQuary, Mrs. J. II. Col
lins and Mrs. Bricker attended the
funeral of the late Mrs. J. K. Sars
at McCoy Sunday.
In the list of incorporations in
Sunday's paper we noticed the fol
lowing: Falls City Mercantile Co.,
$5000. Incorporators: J. M
Stark, C. A. Stark, N. A. Emmitt,
C. L. Emmitt.
Miss Mella White, of Polk county,
and a teacher ia the schools at An
telope, Wasco county, returned to
her home Saturday alter several
weeks' visit with her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. White
Lace curtains 45c at the Bank
Riley Craven has a new window
display in R. M. Wade & Co's.
store deserving of special mention.
A battleship has been constructed
out of hardware articles, and the
orieinalitv of the design is certain
ly worthy of praise.
Ladies host. So at the Bankrupt
Thos. Zeiber llt Tuesday for the
Cha OT.ryan of Hletu. w in
K. K. l'a block wa a aeng-r
to Portland Tuesday.
Mr. K. K. Padd.H-k and children;
are visiting in F.tnsene.
K. W. Cooper wa a buin vis
itor to Albany Tuesday.
Mr. Bertha Carrie' rrtumd
from an extended visit in Portland.
Win. Kid He, of Monmouth, shi
ped some thoroughbred goat to
Mr. May Babbitt an. I son Pick,
and Mi Florence Rjwden returned
from t'urvallis Saturday.
Mta Charlotte Robertson was
passenger to Salem Tuesday morn
ing, to visit relative there.
Pearl Hedge and Rube Dickinson
left Tuesday for Newport, and will
be absent a couple ol week'.
Minn Simitson will leave
next week on an outing. She will
visit relative in the mountain.
Men', boys' and inisseV straw
and crash hat must go. Tak
your choice at half price at Me
ner's. Found Pair of gold rimmed eye
glasses. Owner bv describing pro-
jierty and paying for this notice
can receive the glasses by calling at
A merry crowd of young people
constituted a hay-rack party Mon
day evening. They drove to Hall
Ferry, had a hontir lunch ud re
turned home shortly after the mid
,'3c at the Bankrut
We would call attention of every
hop grower to the necessity of se;
uring hop tickets early. At the
last moment there i always a grand
runh and someone is delayed start
ing for this reason alone. It i just
a easy to place an order early in
the eeason and thus be assured of
your tickets the day you wish to
who it U?"
er k now
of the soft
hnl too well to
nel toguesa, nl
for the moment
she enters into the
playful spirit of
the child and for.
get her toil and weariness. Then
sudden movement sends a thrill of psin
through her and she realizes that though
love may lighten Ubor It cannot lighten
Thousand of women who have suf
fered from backache, headache, and
other consequence of womanly disease,
have been made well women by the
use of Dr. lierce' Favorite Prearrip.
tion. It establishes regularity, dries
unhealthy drains, heals inflammation
and ulceration and cure female
I cannot ar rnonirh In nrilieof Dr. Plerre-a
Favorite Frem:ripUoit It Da rtone me mi much
rfxxl. - write
Mra. Henry Harrcll, of Trloro,
K C . Hoi
. how luii. " I wmn iwollrn b I could hardly
acription.- 1 alM, haa uterine trouble and could
neither eat nor tlrrp only aa I took morphine.
Trfc-d four diflVn-nt doctor and they all (ailed
to do me any K""d aoonrof my frienda recfjm
maaded your I'avorite lrracriiion ' to nit awl
1 took only thrre bottle and am now well and
be arty. Can do almoit any kind of work.
Dr. Pierce' Pleasant Pellet are the
most desirable laxative for delicate
I Tffan .laaniK in ' favorite ere
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Blanket 'tic pair al the Bank-
Mis Inr Warner w., a north
bound p.-e.l!er Tuesday.
,. .i .! . I.
Ml Bruce, tbn ptinling tear her,
returned to her horn in Portland.
VI. -..I XI ,,,r... Mil! key i
were northUmnd ,..w,,ge,. Tue.-; -"' Mm
day afternoon. T,""-V ,ttn l"
How aWit that k-e cre.m flir; boxing ubout ll.e telephone
your hop yard taml? Try Wag-1 ' fruiil of the bank and de
oner'. The price is right. j molixhed it. Near school builJ.
Mr. Ingalls reinrne.1 U-t we.k 1 ru 'v"r tt ,'.v,lr,,t "f
and ha. moved into her re.,dr,.. l ' ul of shape. .VUrvel
recently vacated bv Mr. Pur. fm- X nM iicilly lio injury
Think of u tiring on th
ground lloor when you want t igr
and tobacco for that hop yard st re
Mr. Hill of Chicago, who Is visit
ing Henry Hill's family, ypnul Sun
day at Newport, leturuing here
Miss Ann Mann I exvtd to re
turn soon to Alaska fur the tstntrr.
She ha been nmmnled. whith willl'
earrv an lurreaxn inaalarv.
J. U. Ciioper wishes to an
notince that tie hn for sale
U.'O.OUO of n.H liiio brick is
liiudc. I'ntroiii.tf tliin iiotue in
dustry. A new jdiotogrnph gallt ty lutx
inovcil into tho old l'ii kcl gal
lery. E. T. llcnklti jiliuetl in hi
burhtTnliop a new jiorctluin
bnth tub. (
M. 11. Mercliy, of SuK-tu, South j
Dakota, who litis been visiting
John Dickinson, left this week !
for .Southern California. Dur-j
ing tho past live months thin I
gentleman hits visited jievcral j
states, alno Nome and tho Klon-S
dike, lie thinks ho will locnto !
in I'olk county. '
Earl Urown, son of Frank
Brown, of Airlie, was thrown
from a horso WcdtinHiliiy after
noon, near Lewisvillo and Buf
fered a fracture of tho collar
bono. lie had been in attend
ance at tho funeral of tho little
Brown child, who liod hero this
wewk, and was going home,
when his horse stumbled, with
the above results.
I want your htSnet on ffws
trust fur that bop rrl lnf. Of
;"- '" and lam
S Frank Skinner' team ra
J ... , ,
; ' UuUy momm
f They broke k.(T from when?
the werulied in front oflioutri
wn doiic t horu-s r dray.
Mi P.i-ssie Butler i? at th
roast for it toil pic of weeks.
Wagoner' for baunnm. grapr,
l'ri il. nt Ksles, of the I'liilfd
Brotln rhoml .f Uittlway Km-
ploycr. will bo ill llo fit) SUB
day, August .'Utli, ut 'i o' P. M (
a it 1 will deliver an nddreM. H
t fttiot.l rvHltatlin,
jlllld i Wl'll
notl( in next week pa
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with purchases or
Sole agent fo- :hne t n
bom'a goods in Independence,