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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1903)
AND WEST SIDE.
ini)i:i'j:ni)i:nci:, volk county, oukgon, dixkmijku 21, 1003.
! of J. . V. Bailor. MB"oth, Oa.
av Ms 'r v
is Ari'iii-i rtTivi:
I'orritnl, Whll Appr-U.
It of the Compliment, Tut
i .' IjljUiJMC, the. 21
I nolle In your lua of Hi 17lb
church. Mr. Ilsud.aker advanced
Sottas new thought along the line f
Hi Uiixrt movement, mid I con
fident of great cl belug done from
tli campaign now belug Inaugurated
lu Orrguti, a well " In (be eastern
atnlea for so ltr. W hop that Mr,
ll.i.,t..k.r will txi able to Wake us
another vlU durln lb summer end
give us several lecture along tbl lln.
Mr. Handsaker ha elocutionary
now era of ratability, and w cm U-
iir Match wt I'ttrkcr.
The shooting match Inal Haturdsy
Curt Milter spent holiday with Li
parsaU at Kln Valley.
A. IL Lawlaamf wife lot lid peud-
wm declared a wan dswplU the high ; jog Christmas lu Purtiand.
winds and bard rain whiuu prevailed
A Uric crowd from all (lie neighbor
IrilC (Hilnu came. Among thefu were
partit-s'fiom Huver, l,u-klamiie, Air
he and Jefferson, aiioul twenty good
msrkmn and many otlirr, making ;
up a crowd of thirty or mora perbsps. Mis Ethel Story, who ha bea
Tti turkryi and dui-k wrra put upmtayhig iti Cortallu, returns) Lome
Mm. Ir0 Ialton, of MuniUtb
vUHed Uar uiothar, 5lra. Ktaat, Huu-
Floyd Wllliama and i'ercy Cupiwr
ar liKte to jtd tlitflr CbrUtuiaa va
and wuu uvr and over till It would b
(lirtlctiW to loaru who carried tlii-m
A targe trnt u m-t uj and bot Cuf
fi and luucli wfra arrvmi.
lltt tik Itobbrry lit lnrkr.
, aula Ib.t frm .rim. atlor,. of ji flublj
wutitf word romra .. I ha.a. ' wU,n, U called to
3 Uiarttliil aa irolalila eauui
fjf Jilit rrjirpavntatlva of tba ra-
Ccnn trty, I wui to afc your
u!a by lai?log my wtba
ruy trfnU ihntugti your valuad
I tM)iw4 column, by aiknowl
lug to Ihem ttiat I raU-vui ttiflr
d una) and uitrtt Ukn In my ta
r, but at rwut my bulBa In.
t dunand my undivided attau
, Thanking my frlod for Jl
w ntnat inwrly, I poalllvely da-
Um boD-r of booonilng caudl
1 fr aay unlet.
W. V. I'KRCIVAU
A Church Wedding.
!il from Iluaua Vlata. ,
JiBday, lNNnibr 20. at 12
1 M., Claranr t'banlrr and Mia
i Loek heart war uultad In mar
) tha U. K. church, twfora
ti:oibr of frtand and iectalora,
W, C. Thompson, D. D.
t t '.d waa drrajMsl In m beautiful
0 tf dark blua trltumiHl In whlt.
1 R7uHfl wora tha uaual black.
t. Ctilcr U a young man of high
Hi t'JUidlng aud RtXHl irluelpU
la member of Hi ChrUtlan
r'j. MIm Iirkliaarl la well
wit (4 and arurr! Hiiona Vixta.
!rry ,lviUaou actwl a grooma
t, and MIm UtTttta Lockheart a
ftff l ftN) arotrlle word by
', Thompaou auU on grain la-
of the many frlwinf jih-wnt, the
py couplo depwrtfd for l'arkcr,
w tlMfy twk th trln for I'ort
I, at which lm tlu-y will H'iid
r. C'linnlcr lm a furnished houe
t'lly, wher lit) wilt taK hU
i after the honcyiuooii.
lunny frli-ihln all join In xvlxh
theii hnilni and propcrliy lu
r new life.
II. lUlly, I. ). True, Texas
;: My wife had been autlerlnit
ycra Willi mrnl.VMla In it-r arm,
n 1 wh n rii)H(cil to iimi liallurd'a
w Ltnlment, which cured her all
it. I hnve alxo umd It for old
a, froatblun and nklit eruptloim. It
i the work." 6(K aud 11.00.
1 by A. K I,ck.
cll from Icwlitville.
othe eveuluK of 16th Mr. Hand
r prewnted hi theme, "Uncle
i'i Golden Calf" to large and hlgh
ppruolatlve audleuce Id the M. K.
Willi ItiU iamie of the Kstiehi'MWK
wa rvalgn our toiUoo of eornwpou-
deol to lu column. Our future occu
paliou ha called ua to other flelda of
labor, aud It l with genuine sorrow
and true regret that wa tender our
Our jouroallUo work baa been moat
plraaautand profitable to ui, and to
klndoeee and courtee that have Dean
aeoordad U u by the I'-dltor aud hi
valuable oo- worker have endeared to
our heart many food memoriea, the
preeuce of which aoftena the bitter
new of tbe parting hour.
We have labored earueatty la behalf
ofour coinmuuliy aud the lulereat of
our county paper; endeavoring to write
that which would be mol appreciated
by lu reader. And we truat that we
have offended uo uue j but If we hare,
It baa been unlnieotloual, and we are
Tbua, while with keen regret we re
Il'h tha work that ha afforded u
auuh irenultie pleaaure, we have tecured
m uur uixwMr m uioat able repreeen
Utlve, aud feel aured that be will
All the poelllott with dignity to her
Mlfand creIit to the Kntkki'KIsk.
And In parting we dolr to thank
the kind Editor, the noble co worker
aud the gunerpu friend wh have
contrllni.ed to our happlneea during
our y here, and to wtnh for the Kn
tuhpiuhk, for I'olk ctMiuty aud for all
of our friend a most bright and proe-IN-rou
Wit It (leepeat regret at parting Imtu
homo and friend, we bid you all good
bve. It. W. AN1 Miw. K. W. Kwixk.
There w III be preaching at the Itapn
tint church lu th'. city both morning
aud evening of next Sunday, and
every evening of the week following.
T theee eervtcee we Invite all, but e
lecilly thiae w ho are not member of
any church. The mihject lor Sundy
evening will le "No Man Caret It for
My So ul." Arthur S. Aileu. piuitor.
"I wa much aftllctil with aciatlca,"
urllea Kd O. Nud. lowavllle, Hedg-
wick t'o., Kan., going about ou crutch-1
ea and autlVrliig a deal ir pain. I
Induced to try lillard'e Huow Llui
uietil, which relieved me. I eae d
threw .Vki Uitllea. It la the greatest
liniment 1 ever ud; have recom
mended It to a numtier of pereout; all
expret themetlvea a Iwlug beneflted
by It. I uow walk without orutchea,
able to iwrforut a great rteal of light la
bor on the farm." Sic, 60o, and 11.00.
Hold by A. 8. ivocka.
A HpecUl from 1'arker.
A bold, bad burglar broke Into the
houan of Mr. Mary Kerr lt k
and opened the bauk owned by Walter
Kerr and pocketed the content, which
amounted to i"o. lie lo found
pocktt book cuoUinlng 'So and took
that amount. '1 hi hap(jeiied 1(1 broad
daylight while Mr. Kerr waaatHuver,
b having rldJeu up with Mr. Halnk
aa he went to acbool, and expected to
apeud the day there. No doubt tbe
burglar waa aaiuaiuted with the
facta aud alo with the premiaee, and
therefore he had little trouble aud
little chance of discovery.
A I It LI I
K. B. Jameaon waa here ou buaioea
'HupU Burr vUlted our achool at
Mr. Dyer, of Pedee, waa an Airlie
Mrs. Km ml it BtaaU visited In Moo
mouth laal week.
Ed Taylor aod faaallr are her to
Ml Lillte Rose
on buiineea Tuesday
J. W. Wilson and wife went to Mill
boro Saturday on a visiL
Tom Hooker aud wife were Indepen
dence visitor last week.
Riley Craven, of Independence, wm
here on business! Monday.
II. P. William and wife were Al
bany visitor last week.
Mrs, Llllle Hltupson wa a Mon
mouth visitor laet week.
Joit a Httte
too far and tfc
woman wno rescues
over the cliff for the
coveted flower go a
crashing down into the
abvas below. Just a
little too fr and the
woman, who, day by
day, neglects to cure the
weaken Jer is prostrated
upon a bed of sickness.
No woman should
trifle with the disease peculiar to her
aex. Neglect to-lay means a worse con
I)r. Pierce' I-'avorite Prescription is a
safe and reliable remedy for the cure of
disease pectiliarW womanly. It estab
lishes regularity, dries enfeebling drains,
heals inflammation and ulceration and
cure female weakness.
MV wife, Mrs Mry Ktr. hss l taking
your niclh-ine ami rrv-ivi great hcnrnl i'rom
lt, writw Mr. C,ro. Wm. HU. erf Sprlnsffi"re,
Va. Waa tnxihletl wtlh Irmale wukuM,
hravr. brarine -Uowa paiu, aerertt pain in back
snd hrait. am! a tirr.1. wortuHil terUntr all the
Iim. Trird all the rmirtlim we could hear off
but thry di.i no swd. Finally we to roa
sn1 mv wilt CiTmuiroced tnkius' ' Hawnte Pre-at-riixioii.'
To-"!! ten bottlra. sol la In brtter
health than betwr in a Ions; time. We ahalt
aiwava rscintnen.l Ir. Ptm.T'a ParorUe lrt
ariiioti to all who are thus alilu trd
' "1'sTorlte IVescription " make weak
women strong, sick women well. Acct-pt
no substitute for the merltcine which
works wonders for weak women.
The Common Sense Medical Adviser,
mo8 large pages, in paper covers, Is sent
A. nn rcopini of twentv-ooe one-cent
stamps to pav expense of mailing ov.
Aadres IX. - v. iiercc. ituuo, n. i.
Cbo. Allen relumed from Cor
KJ tileele, of Suver, w Fun
day visitor at Parker.
Joe nJ Frank Berry viated at P
T. Peterson' last week.
Evan h'vanr i shipping cream to
I nuVpeiidcryce creamery.
There will be a Xma. tree at Mrs
FaijUa' on Xtnas night.
Jaa Helniiclc ia ebipping wheat
to Portland flouring mill.
Lois Osborne, of Highland, waa
a Saturday visitor at Parker.
P. J. Dickinson and family visit
ed Tuesday at Independence.
Dell Grigsby waa a business visit'
or at Independence Thursday.
Willis Powell and family spent
Sunday at L. H. McElmurry'a.
Claud Boone made a business
trip to Independence Thursday.
I. C. Peterson, from Highland,
visited relatives at Parker Sunday
' Mrs. Kerr and Lura Critchlo
visited Sunday at Mrs. Peterson's.
Kirk Scrafford, of Little Luckia-
mute, was a Parker visitor Satur
day. Miss Jtary Uelmick. of Mon
mouth, spent Sunday at her home
Mrs. ihiqua and daughter
Velena, were passengers to Inde
Wedding bells are ringing to a
thuosand merry chimes in our
Mbses Maggie Kurr and Lura
Critchlow were passengers to Inde
Everett and Glen Hiltibrand,
Little Luckiamute, were guests at
Mr. Fuqua's Saturday.
Oren and Henry McElmurry, of
Highland, were basket bujers at
the social Friday evening.
Forest-ranger A. B. Lacey came
down from Detroit to spend Xrnas
with his family at this place.
R. V. Swink and family will
leave on Friday's train for their
new home at Crabtree, Oregon.
Jas Ilelmlck sold his last year's
crop of hops last week. They were
sold to A. J. Lively, of Portland.
Willis M. Powell, the new agent
and post master at Parker, is prov
ng himselt a moet competent
We are requested to announce ;
that there will be a spelling match
at tbe Highland school house, on
Mrs. P. J. Dickinson and Misses
Mageie Kerr and Lura Critchlow
were initiated into the member
ship of Royal Neighbors Saturday,
Mr. Adams was an Independence
Geo. Krutz was an Independence
Rjbert Steele was an Indepen
dence visitor Friday.
Ed Prather was in Independence
on business Wednesday.
Arteruus Winn and wife were
Indejiendence visitors Monday.
Boro To Mr. and Mrs. C. P.
Wells, on December ISth, a boy.
W. S. McLain was a business
visitor at Independence Wednesday.
Quite cumber of hogs were
butche.ed in our vicinity laet week.
W. J. Steele and wife were busi
ness visitors Friday at Indepen
Albert Davidson and wife were
business visitors at Independence
Mrs. Polly's niece, Miss Lizzie
Hamersley, of Corvallis, is visiting
her this week.
M. N. Prather and wife were
passe ogrs on the boat to Salem
A number of our young people at
tended the basket social given at
Parker Friday night.
Mies Mae Smith will leave Fri
day for her home at 7ena, Oregon,
where she will spend her vacation
with her parents and friends.
Mrs. T. P. Oglesbee waa ft pass
enger on the Pomona to saiem
Friday morning, where she will
spend ft few days visiting with ber
Sealed bid will be received by the
undersigned till 12 M. January 18,
1904 for 100 cord of oak grub wood not
lea than two Incbe in diameter.
Bald wood to be delivered on Normal
8chool grounds in basement ricked not
later than September 1st, 1904. Right
reserved to re)ect any or all bids.
J. B. V. Bctler,
E. M. Young was a passenger to
Glenn Ireland went to Portland
Friday t spend the holidays.
Dr. W. R. Allio made a profess
ional call to Suver Tuesday.
J. F. 0'Donnell and Henry
Wilkes were north bound passen
gers Friday. '
Glenn Goodman is now on
crutches, the resalt of a weight fall
ing on his foot.
Glenn Goodman and Samie Da-
m6n came ia from Corvallis Fri-
ay to spend the holidays.
Mr. Fowle, who has been visiting
t Lewisville, returned to his home
at Los Angles, Cal., Tuesday.
M. A. Baker returned last week
from Roseberg, he having been at
the Soldiers' Home there for several
Moore's Hair Invigorator and
Herpicide are the world's greatest
scalp cleansers and hair invigor
ators. Both are for sale at J. S.
Moore's barber shop. Call and
have Mr. Moore give an applica
tion of either remedy and yon
will never be without one or the