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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1903)
INDEPENDENCE ENTERPRISE, lNDErKfl''fv " w..v
I Social and Personal.
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New Yur'n t'renmioii at Wag
oner's. Mrs J. E. Hubha.d ae in Salem
MUt Hewie Butler returned from
j.'or anteMy peddling owl"
and other property. Cull at ond
a I dftro to sell immediately
Business1 pay well. Flynu, Mon
Xew Year'a Oregonians will bo
here tomorrow. Leave your order
wild im now so vou will be sure
to get tin desired tiumler you
want. At Wagoner'.
Kov Belt, assistant at the depot
Mrs. A. S Locke was a passenger L, LU fll0l bajv maahtil Mmday
afternoon py a trim fulling on it
to Sttleui Monday,
Mr. and Mr. Chas. Gibson visit- It in thought the bones were, brok
ed Pallas thin week. fen in the foot. besides crushing the
Mm. PJyuiale visited relatives in fl,'"h kodly.
Salem d urine the week. The orchestra hall Christina
f .T. ir fi,.lh.,. . .mntf id. 'ght ! reported rs being one o
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rmeho-ra to Salem Monday. me largest aueimeu amura ui u.
IKinu ever ivh in town. uur
rimcuyeuow nr saaKea lor numbflP from nallrt. Monmouth
6ale. 11. U. MiHer reae. t'rgon. r u,ttrrt
r 1 l I . 1 I I
i.. iMmon ana uaugmer, iou.e. R.,r , wi,h
vuuted !alem the urst ot the week. , , y , 0reRonian. If
Senator Doughty, of Monmonth, I your order ie placed now there Mill
waa a north bound passenger Mon-1 lie no danger of shortage. Single
day. copies 5 cents. Vrapoed ready for
tr , r. , ., . , sending 0 cents. Mail to any ad
U. L. Fraier and wife visited , , , , '
North Yamhill and Portland this u,r" 4U' " vc"ka- " mm "
week. &roe of our correspondents are
i . u r. w tv conftdying with the request to send
Rev. 12. C. Wigmore, of Eugene, If ?
waa fl nA.sPnonr Ift Ynrth Vumh " 1 '
r I ii rr T-
aniv vaca pca.n on luesoay. in
oincr worut uiviuing meir curro'
mih aura Miiiorriaia epena- .imndence into two letters. This
ing the holidays with her parents L.blea us to. print more matter
in iaiayeue. f . j0n. .,., nfi nnihincr
We understand that Don Dick- left owr for the ensuing week. We
insr:n, who went East a few weeks hope all will fobw this example
ago, was married Christmas eve. t n n nf "on.ri.l. rU-
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rado, writes Peter .Kurre in this
been visiting relatives in Mon I city to purchase two more houses
mouth, returned to Portland Mon- for him at once, and Acting on
bis instructions adoal was consum
mated whireby he became owner qf
Mrs. A. E Turner's two houses
near the Christian churob. This
makes four bouses Mr. Reeves has
bought, and he is negotiating for
the purchase of a farm. He sayi
Mr. Kitchen, of Centralia, Wash.,
was visiting here during the week.
Mr. Kitchen is a aon-ia-law of R. J
Miss Pearl Squires, of Mon-
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im ill .( im Bnanmni w n n i ri .. . i ....
, . uu.i.b UD uunuttvB nianv of h i town arft w I no- tn
witn Miss Ura llarKness. Albany comfi her when Ha i lori,t
"eralcl. Tki.t. r t
Mildred" and Olea Jamison, to encourage. In addition to these
daughters of E. B. Jamison, went purchises Mr. Reeves expects to en
10 amity Monday to visit their Baf?e m Dusiness in towc
grandmother. A. tft xri.hn,i:t.
Mr. ami Mr. A. i. Cloorfiimit vWled
retatlvei III lUlgene till week.
, Karl Morjia'u. of IWtUnd. H'iit
niriMtiiiu Willi relallve ere.
A. J. Oilman Ifft t'Hiy f"r IVnUle
mu.' ills fMiuily will follow In few
Mm. Ted JUI.Ira ami children, "f
Portland, spent the holiday with ln-r
liiKlalUtlon of K. of f. .'lf:fi-rs uext
Wedm-mUy evening, All KultiU are
rxtitMttMl to Ih prewiit.
ar liiformed that Ml Teurl
Kntilre, of Motimoulli, will move lier
ntwk of g(HNl to lndenndeiiee.
At the fnllwl Kvanijidleal elmreh
H. H. al m.lK) A. M . K. U. V. K, at 0 ..TO
1'. M. AIo ireaihliig al ll.iKland 7-tO
0o, Ituef, who l In Portland treaty
lii( bla eyes, waa atrlekeii wiin unai
bllndneiM reeently. lie later regained
lilt night, and la Improving.
Watch for H. M. Daniel'" I'lg ad next
Week. It l a great etiatiee lo uve
money, and K"l a nlwilon from the
itHMt complete st.wk In I'olk county.
J imt a we go to prrm we learn that
Horac Hutler Jolinmm, one tf the
little twin of Mr. and Mm. J. K.Johu-
Bon.'rft Kugvlie, died latt erenlng lie
will be brought here for burial,
.Mlaa Ferry, an eellmaMe young
by in $i
Of Otll' l)UHillOH-4 flltTI'HH llUK U'i'lX th m1 ir-y
ivl.'i'tnl "of tin.' Iw-Ht pHi.ls fur tin llomy.,, N-t )l
Imt gul valtio for oviry dollar tvuU
V do nut claim to havo a inoiKHy n all
ot-rv kimmIim-hu ilou't lu'lifvu in iiioiiojKilicH nny J
ilo Im Uovo in tho (im!ity of mir gool, linvint r,ati
pariil lo Ktalni U h'unl ui1 uaranti o any htati im i
ninko. W Iio.i you j;ct tin Ik-i goMi ai uhj m
that all tlu-ro in in it.
Our tock in alwaya frohh ainl m?w, aiul v.c II
ly tanful ami juilioiou iMiymj;. We nro ahvayi
Imvm our fricmln coino in whi'thor yoti wihh to htn
Tin? firnt corner north of Inikjx'ndencO National
Notle l l)rolijr given thai I le
Un July aixiliild V tlo euuuly
A.Mirl ..f I'.tllc iiifittf (IpMjun urn 1 1 . Mil
lady .tudent at Ihe Normal uWuu,IhhI u( , JU,rUal
(M-oured Wedinnday. Hlie came rmvnt-
ly from Dakota, aud waa here for her
Next week l the "World Week of
rayr" aud will be observed by Ihe
different churchea of the city. Her-
vice will be held at the I'renbyterlan
church each evening. All are Invited.
I)r. Thompson wUhea to expn hi
rlncere thank lur the kind aud geuer-
oua renieuibraneea on ChriHtniaa. HI
oldeHt mm renldc la liwton, Maa , and
he gave hi father an elegant Morn
For Hale One oak extension table,
oak bedroom suite, sofa bed, chalra.
email tablet), refrigerator, eoaloll atove,
takji and kitchen furniture.
OIiiii, il.--aoJ. All jron l.avttig
claims aainal said elta are repilrrd
to preeent the lame to the undctriitel
at the law olllre of Duller A Coad. In
Dallai, I'olk county, Oregon, duty vert
fled In manner provided by law, wiiliin
six mouth from data tlierwi.
Dated, Ieeeiiiler 30th, l)J.
Fay A. Ouw,'
Kiwulrix of the iat of lVriha
Hutcr .School Kxt-rciaca.
Hpeclal from Parker.
We would like to exprena in the col
umn of the Km KKi ainic our pleature
aud appreciation of the Huver achm.1
(all enieriBinmeut ami thrlMtuaa tree.
fine of the fl-jiwt rformiii
evening waa given by
phmi when It reuderel
Aw" with chiming bIU.
wa fllled lo IU utliioet c
lauding room waa at a pt.j
The tree and houae wtirrJL,
dm-tireted under the dlrtx'ti .
ilagley Willi ber atafl of -Ou
thing eHtclally in f .
evening waa the excellent
Ulned throughout the enllJ,r1
The Utile folka wr .Wi.will
lheapiroachliig aleigh N llil,
coining of Mania Claua, but ;
o.-ou about when It wa It Kia
Ham brought a Mr. Hantpei
with the dletrlbutloii ot tj
aud to help cwrry the extn,,,u
'bablea' aa John Ieveek
Hiaat can twellfy.
Wiss Lou Moore, formerly of
Monmouth, was married in Port
land the 28th of this month, to a
Kugene Damon, wife and eon, of
LaGrand, Ore., yisited his brother,
. L. Damon, over Sunday, going to
Mi 88 Dorothy Cooper, who has
been teaching in Centralia, Wash.,
visited at the home of her father, J.
S. Cooper, this week.
"Vm. McLaughlin and family, of
Buena Vista, returned from a sev
eral week's viit with relatives in
Prof. B. F. Mulkey and wife re
turned to Ashland Tuesday, after
riaiting with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Hawley, in Monmouth.
II. C. Miller, the bicycle repair
man, was in from his Pedee home
stead Tuesday. He expects to re
eide there for eeveral months yet to
Moore's Hair Invigorator and
Herpicide are the world's greatest
ecalp cleansers and hair invigor
ators. Both are for sale at J. S.
Moore's barber shop. Call and
have Mr. Moore give ah applica
tion of either remedy and you
will never be without one or the
church bugining with next Sabbath
there will be a'; series of special
services lasting until further notico.
1 hfl first week the pastor, V. V
Edraondaon will conduct the ser
vices, the eeennd week, he will be
assisted by the Rev. James Moore,
of Dallas, Or. The subjects for the
week begininng Jan. 3 11)01
Sutiday A. M. and P. M. "The
Governors Question." Monday,
"God is Able." Tuesday. "A Med
iator." Wednesday, 'The Abso
lution of the Cross." Thursday,
"The Biography of a Sinnor." Fri
day. "No UilTerence." Everybody
invited to these seryices. There
will be hearty congregational sing
ing.' Be sure and be present.
The. night meetings at the BaptiH,
church will continue this week and
next. Kev. W. F. Clifle, of Saiem, will
preuch for me all next wek. 8aviexe
next Sunday morning and evening.
Subject in the morning, "The Future of
Our Church." Arthur 8. Allen, pastor.
A Timely BiiggeaUon.
Tbia is the aeaaon of the year when
the prudent and careful house wif ; re
pleulHhes her supply of Chamberlain's
Cough Jtenaedy. it la certain to be
needed before the winter la over, ami
reaults are much more prompt when it
Is kept at band and Is given aa soon aa
me coia is contracted and before It baa
become settled In ihe syetem. I n everv
inHiance a severe cold may las warned
off by taking this remedy freely aa
soon aa the flint Indication of tbe cold
appears.' There la no danger in giving
it to children for It contains no harm
ful subalauoea. It la pleasant to take
both adulta and children like it. Duy
it and you will get the beat. It always
cures. For sale by Kirkland Drug Co.
ear.'y tfyou want a bargain
Walter Kiinmia, while butchering
liow, alipited antVfell agalimt a knife.
The Made cut the' baud In a fearful
manner, caualiig apaln4tn woiturflfe
is Improving, and axlde frnuj"' authoring
imicu pam win experience no in re
The Pomona ran on a anair aiir
Newberg Monday, and soon went i?W
the bottom. The boat him Ihh'H ralm
and taken to Portland for repair. No
freight waa loat and no blame wa
placed at any one' door for the
Nearly all of the patron aud pupil of
the l'arker achool attended, and all
agree that too much cannot be aald In
praise of both teacher and pupil.
An interesting program waa very
well rendered, which reflected much
credit on teacher aud pupil. The W
number ou the program, "Ooodbye,"
mo pupiia, marching in lino to muiu,
each gave their hand to their teacher,
It. W. Hwlnk, aud a henuifful. void
'JfJ locket from the pupil waa preauiited
'; N-y V. K. McLane, Mr. Hwlnk thank-
fU them in a few well cIhmcm word.
The Maccatae are to give a New
Year's ball Friday evening, January 1st,
al the Auditorium. An orrlmMra from
MeMinnvllle, cotiHinting of wyen piece
will funiinli mnnic, ainl the Mari-atee
Jadiea will serve nnpier. A eci;il
motor from Dalla and ponnihly from
Corvallis will la: run, Al! arc welcome.
Chrlattiiua ut l.ewlavlllc.
Hpeclal from Maple Grove.
nhrlttniaa evo wa wlehraled here
with two beautiful tree oftho fr,wt.
With a well rendered program, the
evening waa pawl very pleasantly.
IkeHlmpaon was over with ,l graph
ophmm and delighted the audience
with some of hi choice Medio...
A t'oatly NUtar8'
Hluiider are aometlmr &am
alve. (XH'aslonally life In
price f a mlatake, but you
wrong it you take Dr. K"
Lite I'll! for l)ypewla,
Liver or liowell trouble,
geutla yet thorough, i
LiH'ke'a Drug Htore. l
W. R. ALL1N, D.
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-'uringuie month of January we are going f'
ofler our entire ato. k of ated ranges and heV
weZ T- .l,H.k 1 v.ry complete ar
ne are confident there never waa ollered j If
pendenc lM.foro m dilTerent styles at p
ces a greatly reduced. Below we name a V
09 i, hHt '0U "'7 Me w business. P
fe,!,lmu. tgalu price ,H IK) sale price K
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182 Garden. Acorn
41 --MS - -' . f
' MM " 7.?
" 11. Ot) !.
" M.Ot) II.'
" f)O.(K) " l.U
" 40.00 " " ,l."i.!
H 18 National
. f u 15 . 1 "ftve mrvoirs. These priff
Jomplete" J" Cm0 whil ths 't,K"k;-
grazer & Rice,
, Hardware Merchant! INDEPENDENC