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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1903)
INWTKSl'KNl T. BNTBIUMtlSB. I.NIWKSl'KSCK,
Mr. T, l'.rown an.! eineiren u...
Salt Creek oain- down T '"l.v
visit Mrs. I.. Br'" t Vw '''O''
N,v. 17 l'.'ifj
K. M. Smith. of Monunuilli. was
in our vicinity SulurJ.iv.
A number fro n here iiUehclcd
tlui F.rjiion cil" at Tiliiiii'-.
Willirtiu IVnival, of your city.
Inis lrt n t!irouh here buyiivi hogs.
J.iun s (Joochnun, who left lierv
in Jcilv for Lakeside, Wiisliini-toh,
his returned ami will spend th-
winter here wiih bin sider, Mr, h
Clark. William llerren bought a team
at the Ferguson sale ftr $ 100.
Our fall term of i-eliool started
Nellie Addison, of Dayton, litis
opent severs! Jays visiting his
aunt, Mrs. J. I.. Fishbuek ami
F. C. Haynea has raised and sold
two very tine Scotch colliep tit s for
Frank Smith drove to town with
eix dressed hogs for Sperling, the
the butcher. He received 7 cents
a pound. He is Retting 40 more
ready for the market.
Pick Owen took a load of hogs to
Monmouth for C. C. Yeater last
The Luckiauiute has raised
eeyeral feet during the last week of
Earnest Thurston baa not sold
his crop of prunes. He is holding
them for a higher price.
C. E. Wheelock recently rented
Joe Craven hop yard at Talmage
and John Collins yard north of
Monmouth and he will put out 10
acres on the home place in the
Key. N. Mulkey, of Bethel, will
begin a protracted meeting here
the 7th day of December.
J. V Fetzer and wife went to
Independence Sunday to visit rel
atives. Thad Lucas lost one of his horses
Geo. Smith and daughter Stella
tvent to Portland to visit hi sons.
Grandpa Nance uume back from
days io Salem l.i-1 w.'i
The UlSld' of til" school lions
h,H been pnintc-t and adds mm I.
t the looks of lh" mow.
Stuilltici:, Kt True.
' Ifeverv oho Uiu w wtiut n nrmi(l
medic ine l'r Kimt'n 'New I.HV fill.
Is" ii'.- l. l Turner. Unif-v
t..vn, r , "rnnl M il 'l y"l '"v" '" H
iUv. Two rck' n Ion iim-le n new
limn of ton." infill lilV fr i-onntH'"-ti.ui,
HtKimieh ml liver trotil.u.
nt Klrklnnd trutr Co..
15en Mason 'uts a borne sick with
Rev. liriscoo preached a very
able sermon to a large audience at
the school house last Sunday.
Frank Dennett bus Ink en
possession of the Keeves place.
l!ob Shafer leaves for Winloc
Washington, this week.
P. l. Alexander is plowing and
otherwise working up the Lou
Sunday school is waiting on
literature to arrive.
Grandpa Laundree has been
adding some improvements o bis
A dainty lunch will be served at
the Chrysanthemum Fair for 10c.
Wo ' secured the e luiv- u ' uv
rii i i i
The lightest draft plow in the world.
Tlu'V arf faM taking ih- " inouM-Uar.l ..
Kvi-ry wish of tlu' i.o.-t cnli.-al i l- iu;ui ha- h. e i. Mn-I i l,
au.l tin- ivsiill has ho.-ii a pl-w uhi. h wv n-nli-hMUlv re
sent U" th lll'.ST, in - iy parli.ular.ex. r .dhn-.l.
Samplo can be seen at our store
praze-r & Rice,
John Compton is quite sick.
Clay Bush and Willie Ilelmick
were in Albany, Friday.
A literary has been organized al
the Elkins school homo and meets
at 7.."0 Saturday evenings.
E. Evans and wife visited Mrs.
Evans brother, H. I). Cauthorn
Sunday and Monday.
Miss Fannie Helraick, who is
attending the Normal spent Sun-
Jay at home.
Miss. Ituth Cauthorn is in Cor
vullis. Judson Smith and bride, of Cor
vullis, visited at the borne of Iv
Evans last Sunday.
Miss Cotton attended the teachers
institute last week.
I). Hewitt is attending court in
Uudolf Simon killed a goose
from bis kitchen window recently.
A Startllnif Surprint".
Very few eonltl U-lleve In
Uiokintr al A. T. Hiwilley. liealtliy,
ruliunt b aeksmltli of Tllilen, Iml., tht
for ten yenrs lie nult'erwl ui li lorturei
from rlieiiiiiiitinin as few coiilil cmluie
unit II vs. lint a wonilerfnl ehaiiK
MIowtMl Ills taking F.leetrlo Kloem.
Two IhiK 1- m w holly etirel iikj,1 he
writer, anil I have not ieii n iwinuo
TluM'f is iitilltiii; that
inijiruves the appear
and' of a youiij: l.tily
so miu h as a
ir " " " " " " " " " " ' " " ' :
R FUhLi HOUSE
Is hard to beat.
Our housis is full of fine Furn itmv, Carpeting,
Wall Taper, Shades, Picture Frame,
We will serve you well and economically. -
On tho evening of leceinl r
l i the K. (. T. M. will eelcbrnte.
the 11th aniiiversury of tho .
gaiiiatioii of the local tent with
a costume social. An invitation
to the L. 0. T. M. has hceu ix
trmded. Miu h couple is tocomo
cosiumeii to represent sonic
nsriod, nation or vocation and n
In ovir a yeur." They r. Klt. Ili nrjf will he awarded to thv
kldnem, purlfv the IiIihnI ami cure;' . .,
rheiiiniitlmii, lieuraUla. iiervousne. i most rojircseiitlVP rmiplo. !.
i.i.prov.1 illation ami iv PTf'i fresh m ! t und a progrum- will
henlth. Trvtheiu. Only .'.uc at Kirk- 1 " '
laud DruittJo.'n. aid in making up the evening.
I'alltC'ty I mailer.
Hitico school has closed and
all public gutlieiin's have been;
given tip the responsibility of; W
suppressing tho danger of;
spreading diplheria rests with E)
tho parents. An action in time I
tuny save iniiuy lives and keep
tiny new cases from breaking: f
out. Keep the children at home I
for a few duvs.
Asshur, N'o. 17',), 578, Anieiic.an ;
Shorthorn Herd Book, Fee f 1, pot j P
nt Frank Butler's. .
J. II. Teal has been siiiliciciitly ; (
mi 'It r th" weather to cmi-e him I
to I; ftp his bed several daytC ,
within the last ten days.
( 'onsidi ralile ronstcrnatittii j f
way caused hy the death i' the V
infant son of .Mr. and Mrs. K. .1.;
Keyiiohls of diplheria Sunday 11
oyening, and the fact thai the: W
next ohlor child, Mori, was
sick with the saijn.' disease, i f
Tho Ivcynohls homo being a lil-j
tie out of town and only a few ;
having hie.-ii exposed before the
nature of tho disease was known
it is hoped that the closing of
school and the giving up of all
public gatherings will check any
Feed your team th)
FALLS CITY Ui
Livery & Feed SU
iieawlml.le ltr lr UnC
l-'v' fy H'tt keep
Dennis hucs, Prf
FALLS CITY. ORE
I'lituio oroer retvirp 'oiiit at
-tut ymi Ixith as in prico ami
Our lUa. k Volvet Hals with "
jet erowns and lung stvlisli plumes M'
i . iff
an- inuiii in vugue. I ry (die, rer- I y,
haps vou wmihl like urn- uf utir l anev PJ
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Sliteheil Felt, Turhans. Thev
Wu have them
emu i dolt
luueli worn this fall.
in all culm's. A
chihlrens Hats. Hat made to unlet.
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MISS PEARL SQUIRE, Monmouth
The House Furnisliiiig Co., (
30C Commercial St., Next door to P. O., SALEM, ORE.
Stores at Salem and Albany. J
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THE INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL B(S.
CJVI3.xaiA.XJ STOCK, Jh50,000.00.r ...
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spread f the clanger. No uthci
(Cases have niado th ir appear-,
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,is lnipvovmg. Mr. and Mrs.! m,,,-iv.. . .,
,, i, 1 ,, I ""iW ')I;S.-H. Hirml,l..-r, i. W. S,.ur-. !!. I" .s
Keynolds have the sincere sym-j A NiNon.
; pathy of the eoiniuunity in thou
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cimroiinteii. I (Humeri
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milli, M. W. S;e!blOO
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