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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1909)
In Case of Accident
You houlJ have bold of. pure old
tbitkey in the bouM.
On you can rely upon.
That you know M right.
Such one ia CYKUS NORLPj lor th
drat lima in 4 years now sold dirt cl to you.
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aU chart prea la IH
iwaraat rnliMal .prM alfka
No danger of refilled boiilitwhcn you buy
No danger ol eome cheap worthlria subtle
tula hrinf palmed (fl on you.
We hata been the dittrihulcrt of ihit famoul
brand, actlinX wlmlcntle onlv, ir 44 veart.
Pure old -honcal whi.key aged in wood.
Every bottle guaranteed.
W. J. VAN SC! IUYVF.R & CO.
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W. J. Van SihurvaV aV Co., rlJ 0mm
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Summer Rates East
During the Season 1909
Southern Pacific Co.
To Omaha and Return $61.95
To Kansas City and Return $61.95
To St. Louis and Return $69.45
To Chicago and Return $74.45
and to other principal cities in the East, Middle Went aud South.
Correspondingly low fares.
On 8ala June 2, 3; Auguat 11, 12
To DENVER and Return $56.95
On Sale May 17, July 1, Auguat 11
Going transit limit 10 days from date of sale, final return Umlt
These tickets present some very attractive features In the way of
stopover privileges, and choice of routes thereby enabling pas.
engers to make side trips to many Interesting points enroute.
Routing on the return trip through California may be had at a
slight advance over the rates quoted.
Full particulars, sleeping car reservations and tickets will be fur
nished by any Southern Pacific local agent, or
WM. McMURRV, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
Uhe Court ffesort apd
German huQch Place
FRANK H. COLLINS, Proprietor
357 State St. Salem, Oregon Phor?e 117
What Has Long Been Needed
BY THE CITIZENS OF INDEPENDENCE
The Independence Cleaning and Presslna parlors are prepared to
call for and deliver all work, and guarantee prompt attention and
satisfaction. We make combination Suit and adjustable Skirt hang
ers to your measure. Be sure and see them. Give us a trial for
good work and the price will be right. Work done while you wait.
Roche Harbor Lime, Japanese Ground
Sulphur In linen sacks. No lint. De
pendable lime and sulphur spray.
WILLIAMS DRUG CO.
Anyone wishing good reliab e fire Insurance call on or write to
8. E. BUSH, INDEPENDENCE, OREGON
Agent for Beaver State Merchant r-f-al of Portland, and the
Banker Merchant Mejtual of Forest Grove
It, It. TurtHT of Portland la ure
vlaltlng relatives this wk.
Cliaa. YV, Flak um a Portland peaa-
The copious showers of the peal
few day in to have had the de
sired fffwt. Kverybody la happy.
J. K. N-al I aitfiidliig the conven
tion of the retail grwors in Portland
('. O. McCIuIn was tranaat ling bual
ih'hh lu riMli-ui this work.
brtur Alii and family Ul Thursday.
Or. HutliT of Independence
called IhhI week to attend M. L. Mc
tiowun who waa suffering with a f
v-n attack of In-art failure.
Al KtHhback has secured work on
the section at Monmouth and has re
turn td to that place.
Mrs. Viola Hall, who has been 111
for home t lute, is now al Corvalll
inking ireatmciit of an oxteopath.
Ijhurt Hioa. went to Allany Sun
lny to Meet, their mother who has
come to rehldo with lli'-m this sum
mer. Prohht HroH. have gone to Sunny
side, Wash., to reside.
Klopcr ltron. dwulliiiKS are much
Improved In appearance by a nice
coat of white paint.
Mrs. Ilundy waa an Independence
Wlllard HevetiH' health continues
to Improve some. He Is able to be
about most of the time.
Mrs. Chester Sloper went to Cor
vallls Monday to Unit her husband"
mother who is very ill at that place.
She was accompanied by Mrs. Will
lam Cockle of Highland.
W. R. Lake of Corvallls was a call
er lu town Friday.
The Uell Telephone Co. have now
moved the telephone office across the
street from P. E. Chase's Jewelry
store Into the E. H. Homier building.
Mrs. Veda Mulkey and daughter
Frances attended the birthday party
of her grandfather, D. M. Guthrie,
Dave Hampton will soon take pos
session of the Hotel Monmouth and
conduct the same.
Hoy Smith of Salem was a business
visitor here Tuesday.
Woodmen of the World Camp No.
49 gave a reception and banquet to
the local Circle and the wives of the
Woodmen on Wednesday evening. A
fine time was enjoyed by all.
All of the honored dead were re
membered in our K. of P. cemetery
on Decoration day.
H. E. Guthrie attended his father's
birthday party at the old homestead
south of Dallas last Friday. He was
85 years of age.
Mrs. Wm. Metzler was a business
visitor in town Friday.
Mrs. Beatrice Crowfoot, who lias
been here on a visit to her mother,
Mrs. Burkhead, has returned to her
home in Tygh Valley, Wasco county.
Mrs. Powell of Albany, who has
been here on a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. T. A. Riggs, returned home Mon
Mrs. H. E. Guthrie returned Frldaj
from a very pleasant visit In Corvallls.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Rickard of Cor
vallls made a flying trip to Salem by
the way of Monmouth Friday.
Miss Marv Whitney, who has been
attending school at the Normal, re
turned to her home at Cresswell last
George Boothby and Paul Mumma
of Monmouth were in this vicinity
Tom Sullivan of near McTlmmonds
valley was In this vicinity on busi
ness last Friday.
Dennis Donovan and wife of Mon
mouth were in these parts last Sat
Clem Roberts, Ira and Lettie Fish-
back, wlio have been working in the
hop yard for Mr. Hodges of Rickre
all, returned to their home the last
of the week.
Miss Elda Clark, who has been vis
iting her sister, Mrs. Belle Sullivan of
Monmouth, returned home last Satur
Jesse Windham Is working for Mr.
Russell and Loemle Flshback went
Rickreall last Saturday.
Mrs. E. Clark visited with her
daughter, Mrs. Rettie Hamer of. Sa
Mrs. Eva Barne visited with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Towns,
the past week.
Bill Griffith of Rickreall visited his
A Thrilling Rescue.
Hoar Ilea K. Luen of Cheuy, Waah.
waa aavtd from fruitful death la a
atory to thrill the world. "A hard
cold," lie wrlla, "broujcbt on a dee
perate un trouble that baffled an
eipert doctor here. Then I paid 1 19
to IIS a vlxlt to a lung apeclallMt
In Kpokaue, who did not help inn. I
then went to California, but without
beUeflt At IttUt I used IT, KIlIK" New
IMaeovery, which completely cured BJ
aud I am now a well aa ever." For
Lung Trouble, liroiictiltla. Cough and
Col. In, A l tuna, Croup and Whooping;
Cough It's supreme. &0c and f I. A
trlul bottle free. Guaranteed by all
Jap Training Ship Coming.
Hear Admiral IJIchi; In command of
the Japanese tralulng ship aqtiadrun,
will be entertained In Portland to
getber with his officer on June 7th
with a reception and banquet. In the
morning the Japaiieae admiral and
his thirteen fellow officer of the
fleet will be taken In hand by theft
fellow countrymen here and In the
afternoon the naval officers will be
driven about the city by the lending
business men. The sight-seeing trip
will be followed by a reception and
banquet at the Portland hotel, prep
arations to give the visitors a warm
welcome are now being made.
Chamberlain' Cough Remedy the
Beat on the Market.
"I have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and find It to be the best on
the market." says E. V. Tardy, editcr
or the Sentinel, Galnsboro, Tenn.
"Our baby had several colds the past
winter and Chamberlain's Cough Rem
eriv nlu'Ava unf It relief at once and
cured it in a short time. I always
recommend It when opportunity pre
sents itself." For sale by P. M. Kirk-
AL( OilUL t ttH t tU'r.
AVrgeUbW Prrptntlm CrAi
ling (! SiuwcluaaJiWlijf
Prorttoles Dift'slionrVf rfe)
v stnd Itetir mumi arffler
anrrfpfl IVnvfilv rorfAjItsflpt-.
lion . Sour Stonwrh.I)tarrlM
Worms X'oitvulswus Jrvtria
nds and LOSS Of SLEEP-
facSiwlt Siutart f
Hlu I UEilM
Tor Infantt nd ChlUrtn.
The Kind You Have
Bears tho A .
Signaturo A $
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
B OCITMwa MNMUIT.' M TOM afTV.
Notice to the Public.
Notice is hereby given that I will
not be responsible for any debts in
curred by Mrs. Emma Tucker, my
wife, she having left my bed and
board. AH merchants will please tak
Dated this first day of June, 1909,
at Independence, Oregon.
1-5 Chester A. Tucker.
For sale one 3 Inch wagon
almost new. For Information call on
John Robbing, Independence. 40tf
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Cheapest and Best
PIANOS AID ORGAN'S REM ED
GEO. C. WILL
Edison, Victor, Columbia
Full Line of Cylinder and
GEO. C. WILL
Oil and New I'arta
SEWING MACHINES RENTED
GEO. C. WILL
Sheet Music and
GEO. C WILL
The Three-Button Sack
JA W 1 'it
THIS LABEL STANDS TOR 54 YEARS I A I
1 Of KNOWING HOW I I
Our illustration shows
the new three-button
sack suit. We have al
ready sold a great many
of these suits and they
The young men are much
pleased with the new arriv
al. Cut and fabrics are both
new. We shall be pleased
to show these new suits to
you. If you're at all uncer
tain as to whether you
would like the new idea or
not come in and take a look.
You need feel under no ob
ligation, whatever, to buy.
Suits $10 to $30
Just say: "Show me the
new 3-Button Sack" and
we'll take the greatest
pleasure in doing it.
We pay your round-trip
fare between Independence
and Salem with a purchase
of $10.00 or more.
G. W. JOHNSON & GO.
141 N Commercial St., Salem, Oregon