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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1908)
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Dr. J.L. Cnllowny
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CHROSX OlSUStS k SPECIALTY
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nj Idaho Ii'v.'l...iin bi liinjirt-, vti'l
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lb Null. Ill lt .infill J lu lllrt place
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log the attislli.t city In lb world Africa n..kt Minh,
Mr. IIHIt-r h, traveled extensive-j
IT also in i.-m.o, it ra I and Kouth
Amoilea, AUU and other land.
; ktioftlt lands I'restd. l IttMiavvdt has
i wit ted; this .-r old l;irrIJ.t
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Vai. iMriulur 17. U ' , 1 " "' """' "
I nuiiioiii scientist and naiuratiata of
Plastering anj irenrral ihsmii work.
Klontt, rlrk and Concret wmk,
Kstiinatet free on application.
LIVERY and FEED
Good turnouts and careful drivers
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R. E. DUGANNE, D.M.D.
Gradual of N. f. P. C
PHONE M 121. INOEPENOENCE
Traill No 4 leaves IndeprnnVnee dally 6l
a. m.: leaves Monmouth tela a. oi.; arrives
Ual lasted a. in.
Train No leave InriVpendenr dally
liit.io a. m.; leave Mouiuotith. 11:05 a. in.;
arrives 1 'alias, 11.30 a. in.
Train NoTii leaven Indepeudence dally 6:15
p. in.; leave Monmouili H.n p. ni.: arrive DhI
Jas n-.'t'i p. m.
Train NoTS leaves Independence dully 2:W
p. in.; Ii'uvtn Moiinioiiili i-.st) p. ui.;arrlvei
Alrlie 3 2b p. in.
Train No Irt Nave Dallus dally l:ina. m;
leavvK Atniimnulli ni. ln.;arrivt Indi-peu
dene? a. m.
Train No liw leaves Pallas dally 1:10 p. ai.
leavei. Monniouth Ir'Jop. tu.; arrives Indeneii'
deuce 1K p. m. (T ills Irani conuectn at Moil
Inoulli for Alrlie)
Train No 71 leaves Dallas dally 7;.T5 p. in.;
leaves monmouin p. rn.; arrives imii euu.
enc 6:1 j p. in.
Train No 72 leaves Alrlie dally 4:05 p. in.!
leaves .Monmouth 4:40 p. in.; arrives Inde
pendence 4:36 p. lu
I I I BUSINESS COLLEGE
JUL X-l WRITE FOR CATALOG
I Th 8',UKl a Plata You in a Good Petition
I will sell
But I will list only property
that can be sold it a reasona
bly low price. Don't ask me
to list yours if you want the
earth for it. It will move l
your price is right.
Chas. E. Hicks
Bath Room in Con
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Dr. Gr. E. Mills
Phone: Office 153, residence 443.
Office at Newt Jones' Livery Barn.
G L Hawkins
MonanieDTS and Head
A business direc ory of each city, town and vll
lne In Oregon and Wsslilriirlon, irtvli.i; s descript
ive sketch of each place. tolher .with the loca
tion and shipping facilities and a classified direc
tory of each business and prulession. R. 1 Folic
Jt Co., Inc., Seattle.
iUpa.f (lllK a TMii. of lir An. I. Ill
Arabic Ord'r of ths Ni-bli of b j
M.lr Hltrtna. j
Katitrai-kira lilfw iinn I tin aaf of j
lh l'U tihatiuik tri.i rl uierrhan- i
dU siort at liifaham rrld.iy olht. !
flaking 1 1 ii a lh. rault tf lli.lr
ri init. Tlil U Uie h.t iiti.l atli'iupi
th4t hat brvii iiiad tm lli Sh.itim k
Mfi, ih oilier IkMiih a year ago,
lien tll rol. lie I a iti' fulled.
IIUls tsero onMl'd Lut nk for tli
rormtrurilon of a imlilit' liu'ldliiK
KtittiiB, Or. Tlu liiddT ir ai
follows; Canihludl HulldlnE Com
Pn. Salt I.Mkf City, i5,500; V
O. Hitkert. KiiKftie, ti2.5NO; (5to,
C. Monrer. Salem. ti3.3iti; Wfltb
Hroa.. Siiletii. J 9J7; Ctlarle A.
Cray, rurdaud, $0C.::5. So award
baa yet li.--n madf.
In th rlrrult rourt at Vale last
wtvk Nuthanlt'l Sllvt-y a uriultted
by a Jury of thn charK" of man
lauehter for kllllnc Cyru I.h at
Jordan Valley lati winter. Tbn Jury
at-ci'pied Sllvry'i atory that l.ot at
tacked him when he was Im-apnt'itat-ed
for fighting and that h used a
Jack knlfo only when he believed L
maa similarly armed
The Condon National and the GUI
lam county banks, of Condon, have
purchased the hufldlnit. fixture and
furniture and absorbed the buslnesi
of the Plrst National Hank of Con
don. It Is learned that the Gilliam
County tlank Intends to natlonallxe
under the title of the First National
Bank of Condon, and also that It will
retain the same officers.
Every Justice of the pence now
holding office or who has held such
office In Portland within the last six
years in to be forced by the county
commissioners, In accordance with
statutory provisions, to turn every
cent of the amount collected hv him
In marriage fees Into the county
treasury. T lie sum total is said to
run Into four figures
W K. fJae, a miner, llvlnp about
six miles from (Jrnnts Pass, set out
larKH jHicli of strawberries and
the deer ate the vines down Into the
ground To protect a large bed of
onions he look I. Is dog and tied him
In the middle of it. with a 20-foot
rope, but the dog was evidently the
one that was afraid, for the deer ate
up the entire patch, tliiiiish they left
the dog unharmed
A "delinquent" verdict, was re
turned by the Jury against Jackson
Chase Reed, for the murder of (Jco
DeMars, last week In the. Juvenile
Court This result will mean that
th lad will become a ward of the
court and can bo disposed of by
Judge Grfnienbeln as his judgment
may determine for ths best Interests
of the boy He can send hire to the
Reform School, where hs would be
reqnliOd to serve only about 13
month , or the court mayi place him
with 8' me person. 1" whos guidance
he has confidence.
By an order Issued by Ralph Blals
dell, "auditor of the Harriman lines
In -Oregon, the men under him are
prohibited from entering a saloon for
any reason whatsoever. The number
of men In Mr.1 Blaisdell's department
and acting under him directly is
about 65., In explanation of his or
der, Mr. Blaisdell says that teetotal
ers are universally considered more
efficient than those who tipple, even
to a slight extent. - - -
The decision of rha supreme court
relative to the regulation of " the
liquor traffic in cities and towns; ir
respective of the action of counties
which are voted dry as a whole un
der the provisions of the local option
law, may prevent the indictment of
Ai Close, of Estacada, who, it is
charged, has been running a blind
pig." Estacada has a provision similar
to that of the Medford charter, plac
ing the regulation of the saloon bus!
ness into the hands of the municipali
ty, and any violation can be corrected
only by the city authorities.
Professor Mary ' Farnham, of Pa
cific University, has received a herb
arium from South Africa to repla'
her collection, which was destroy
when Herrick hall burned two year;
ago. rne new nemariuni uumaiu .
over 225 specimens of South African
flowers. The plants are pressed and
mounted, and their color has been
preserved In an excellent manner. If
the leguminous plants of that coun
try are compared w-ith those of this
country it will be touna uiai ineir
leaves are much smaller, more silky
d lighter in color, while many of
them are thick and pricKiy. mis
difference in foliage is caused by dryness.
The mvarerlons dlsannearance is
reDorted by the HOod River Electric
Light, Power & Water Company of
its 500-pound turbine water wheel
Last week the -power gave out and
the company switched the city's
lighting system onto a smaller plant
hich it has in readiness for sucn
emergencies and started to make an
investigation. On opening the bl
case which contains the wheel no
tige of it could be found. Searo
was made for pieces of it in the out
let ditch and in the river Into which
it empties, but all efforts to solve the
mystery of its disappearance have
proved futile. The managers or tile
company have no explanation as to
what caused It to vanlsk.
The I hi f oral 'iHe.
Following U i hi complete t lectors)
o! of Tuesday's election:
Alabama ., ,, n
Kansas . ,
An Alluring Array
WHO WOULDN'T STOP TO AOMIRC OUR FALL SHOWING OF rURNITUHI T THOSE FOND
OF C02V HOMIS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF EVERY ONE OF OUR DISPLAYS OF EXCELLENT
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. ARTISTIC. MERITORIOUS. DURABLE, REASONABLE ARE EACH AP
TLY APPLICABLE TO THE NEW LOT WE'RE JUST NOW SHOWING, BRIOHTEN UP YOUR
HOME BY BUYING SOMETHING NEW.
North Dakota .
Rhode Island .
South Dakota .
Tennessee . . . .
Wahlncton . .
A splendid value In a
Keliullto siilld oak chiffon
ier. lol l!Ut:i; French
Itevel I'l.ite .Mirror U'X
:.', Iihm four luriie draw
ers and two kiiiuII draw
era, iimd. for rn Ice mid
Another evidence of
our buying powers, a aid
Id oak (llesser; top la'x
3K; French Hovel Jinto
Mirror 14x21, two iri;e
drawers and two xttiull
and material Kunraiiieed.
POSITION FOR BRYAN
Suggested as ('hiincellor of l'nivcrity
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 10. The pos
sible tentler of the Chancellorship of
the University of Nebraska to W. J.
Bryan Is one of the most Interesting
rumors circulated in connection with
the vacancy which will b created
January 1 by the eeSgnation of Dr.
E Benjamin Andrews.
The Board of Regents is solidly
Republican, and politics might play a
part If Mr. Bryan cared for the place
and an effort was made to appoint
Heater Buying is Now Most Important
This Hcusoti we are showing an
exceptionally flue line of heaters. The
yearly Increase In the cost of fuel
should alone prompt you to select the
most economical heating stove that
L s v- V I -
You want the one thai will bent
your home with the least amount of
fuel. Our line embraces every hI.o
mid style of heater to meet all de
mands. Here are a few si. vies mid
Air Tight Heaters $2.25 $3.25 $5.50 up
Clover 44 6.50 7.50 8.50
Sunlight " 11.00 12.00 13.00
Agents for the celebrated PERFECTION CCOK STOVES and HEATERS
Cast Box Heaters $ 5.50 $ 6.00 $ 8.00
Pear! 44 12.00 14.00
Jura " 13.00 15.00 17.00
yga bs -' i'. ' ' "
UK IV I XT, M. 1).
Kicked Out by the Mayor.
Vancouver, B. C., Nov. 8. Mayor
George Rae, of . South Vancouver,
took an offending alderman by the
nape of the neck yesterday afternoon
during the course of a council meet
ing and threw him bodily out of the
front door of the city hall.
The incident followed a wordy row.
Rae was commenting upon the re
port of a committee which was ar
ranging for the building or a new
electric line. He gave a casting vote
in favor of the adoption of the com
mittee's report. Timms, the alder
man, objected to the action and conv
mented caustically upon the Mayor's
ignoranco of procedure.
The Mayor calmly walked around
the table, picked Timms out of his
chair and threw him out doors. He
rolled down the front steps, return
ing by another door, but took no part
In the meeting.
Wheat Track prices: Club, 88c;
red Russian, 86c; bluestem, 93c;
Barley Feed, $26; rolled, $27
Oats No. 1 white, $31; gray,
Hay Timothy, Willamette Valley,
fancy, $15; do. ordinary, $12; East-,
em Oregon, mixed, $16; do. fancy,
$17.50; alfalfa, $12.
Butter Extra, 35c; fancy, 33V4c;
choice, 27c; store, 18c.
Eggs Extra, 35 38c; Eastern
Hops 1908, choice,
prime, 77,4c; medium,
Wool Valley 14 (
Eastern Oregon, Si
Mohair Choice, 18
Otllce in Cooper Building, rooms 2
and 3. Olh'co hour. 9 a. in. to 12 m.
and 2 to 0 p. ill. Calls atmwered night
HOMER LODGE No. 4ft K of P
meets every mini, iiiguv
In K. of P. Hall.
M Goetz, C. 4J.
1 vV. Richardson, K.Kaml S.
Mrs. J. F. Staiger, Proprietor
Special attention to Commercial and
Telephone and meuenger service at hotel.
160 Court Street. Telepher 209 Main.
B. F. JONES
A TTOKNE Y-A T- LA W
Office upstairs in,Cooper Blk
W. R ALLIN, D. D. S.
Pal u less Extraction Cooper Building,
McMinnville, : : : : Oregon
Chas. Gregory, Jtgt., Dallas, Ore.
Pressed and Repaired
next door to City Restaurant, on C street
California Medicated Soap
The best for sores, chapped hands
" dandrutt, insect stings and poison
Jvlrs. J. W. Richardson, Sr.
Monmouth St., Independence Or.
Wheat Bluestem, 95c.
Oats $30 31.
Hay Eastern Washington timo
thy, $16 per ton; Puget Sound hay.
$10 11 per ton; wheat hay, $12
per ton; alfalfa, $9.5010 per ton.
Butter Washington creamery, 34c
per lb; ranch, 21 23c per lb; Ore
gon, 28c per lb'."
- .Eggs Selected local, 42 43c per
dcz.; Eastern, 32 (S? 3 5c per doz; Ore
gon' ranch, 34c per dot.
Plys betweeu Judependeune nd Sal
em daily except Hunday. Passenger
and freight business solicited.
Leave Independence : 0;30a. m.
Leave Salem : 3:16 p. m.
Geo. Skinner . - Shipper
, ?25 REWARD.
I will pay $25 reward for the recov
ery of one Moline wagon, 3 in. axle,
wiiich was taken from my place about
three weeks ago. Compliance with
this notice will save trouble to the
party who now has the wagon. The
law will be invoked if reduced to the
extremity. II. WONDER,
9-24 tf MONMOUTH, ORE.
Dm A. MADISON, Prop.
and State Street
PianOS jsis of success
Q PQ 3 n S ' " of Old and Relia
ble House of Goo. "
Sewing Machines c.wm8
Talking Machine Records .J;oigood8'
wnim-. - right prices, posi-
Piano and Organ Studies . uve. guarantee,'
. . and defects (the
Sheet Music fauit. 0f inst-
ExtrasforAII Makes of SS,?ullR,rin,d
Sewing Machines ' '
f yi TTTT T 121 Commercial Street
(jriC. C. LUlLtL,, Salem, Oregon.