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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1903)
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Doe Denny and family spent part
of this week at Bethel.
Joe Rose, the liveryman, haa pur
chased a new team of baya.
Mis Kerr, of Parker, spent Sun
day with Miss Emma Mogtord.
Otis Wolverton and family spent
Sunday with relatives at Salem-
Mrs. Worth is at Albany, visiting
her daughter, Mrs. John Holman.
Mrs. Harry Butz, of Dallas,
spent Tuesday with Mrs. Adkins,
Miss Frigat ha accepted the po
sition of teaching at the Elkins
Miss Deena Butz, Ruet and Julia
Nunn, of Dallas, visited at Mrs.
Fream's on Tuesday.
Mrs. Ben Butler, after spending
teyeral weeks with her parents here
returned to her home at Arlington
Frank Booth by went to Portland
Friday, returning Saturday with
household goods. This family
will occupy the Gety house here.
N. A. Emmett, of Falls City, was
in town Saturday,
Mrs. Geo. Boothby 'and daugh
ters are at Newpori
Grandma Wolverton came home
Sunday from Salem.
Mr. J. II. Hawley and wife left
Saturday for the springs.
Frank Boothby, of Portland, has
moved into the Getta house.
fi. R. Hebrbas, D.D.S.
Over P. O. Monmouth.
Frank Lucas and family return
ed Monday from Newport.
Mrs. J. B. V. Butler and sons
went to Newpori the last of the
Mr. Darrel Stump wa a pas
senger to Newport Monday.
Mr. Meador and family made a
trip to Oak Grove Thursday.
Senator Doughty, ot Portland,
spent Sunday visiting his mother.
P. II. Burt has bought the prop
erty where Mr. Bailey's now live.
Miss Mable ttyers was a passen
ger to Salem Wednesday, for
Mrs. Dr. Doty baa moyed back
to Monmouth and now lives in the
Mrs. Berry, Emma Kramer and
Paradine Doughty returned from
Mr. Henry Stanton and Mr.
Wayne Baker, of Salem, visited in
F. Y. Mulkey returned home
Tuesday from Newport, where he
has been rusticating lor some time.
Miss Maggie Owen returned
home Monday from Eastern Ore
eon, where she has been for some
Mr. Monroe Mulkey and wife
left on the afternoon train Tues
day, for Haley, Idaho, to visit his
sons, S. A. and Wilber,
Mr. Winn, the mail carrier be
tween Buena Viata and Parker, has
purchased and now occupies the
Adams property in the west part
of town. The dwelling was re
cently vacated by Arthur Logan
Mrs. Margaret McLain is the
proud owner of a handsome new
bedroom suite and a fin enameled
iron bedstead. The furniture ar
rived as a present to "mother"
from Charles McLain, who is book
keeper for the Miuhlini
Company. Mrs. McUIn has Just
rfaaou for pride concerning 'lh
the giver and the (in.
Cat Thrasher, of Oorvallls, rep
rwrnting the MoMinnvlIU F'f
Itelief Association, transacted busi
ness in lluena Vista one Jay Ul
Mrs. Kurlwn Klgi-r J I'"1
daughter, of l'.rvll!, visited at
the Jacob Nash home the last ol
Miss Opal Hall, one of Polk
county's most attractive and suc
cessful teachers, has len the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Richardson
fori week. Miss Hall reside at
Monmouth, but ge to Portland
next month to begin her fourth
year a service in one oi mo prin
cipal achools of the city.
Miss Alice Knighton war an
Independence visitor Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Richard
son were business visitors in Al
bany Wednesday. j
Mrs. A. J. Hall leaves Thurs-j
lay, for a visit to her son, Dr. J,
V. Hall, at Albion, Wash. j
Material for the lie school J
iouso is nearly all on the
ground, and work began Thura-
Henry Winn and wife have
gone dowu to the "bottom" to
work with Arteinus Winn in a
hop yard of that section.
T. P. Ogleshy returned from
near Jefferson ono day hist
week, where ho went to attend
the funeral of his father.
Mr. IIerre:i, of Independence,
son of A I lh-rreii, ha arrived
and is to operate tho local
warehouse this season.
The work of repairing the
Odd Fellows building in now in
progress. Finch mid Simmons,
of Independence, me- the workmen.
$lb.ou ior xms watci
Call nnl see it, ami K t us tell you a! about it
have a great variety of watches from uhirh uJ
at nu k bottom prices.
O. A. Kramer c
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
ludepeiulenee' -:- Orego
J. II. Knighton and Albert
Davi.wn have been engaged
this week in cutting their grain
on tho "Corny" Wells pluco,
Joe 8am, the best Chinese
hop grower of Polk county,
went to Cmbtreo Saturday, to
secure hop pickers. Ho return
ed Monday, having secured
about 25 pickers.
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A Wgnnr plie.l hi trade in
Kucna Vista Monday, He wbs
minus n hnml and wished to
raiHO enough cash t trtrl him
in the peddling business.
Charles IlifT and family, of
Independence, were callers'Sun
day at the home .f Mr, Hnd
Mrs. II. I, Hall. Mr. Miff and
Mrs. Hall were friends, in Illi
nois in childhood days.
have been in oprn
pnst week conies the f
report that tho grain
much heavier than I
anticipated. As Hi I
nlso nt a verv satisfictc
just now, tho farmer I'
cou raged over tlit
turns ami reckon "to
so had after all.
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amine onr stock. It Is the moat complete in Polk od1?
We are this week receiving a large shipment of enameled w"
direct from the factory which will be aold at the lowest HvW
THE LEADING HARDWARE MERCHANTS.