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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1909)
CHARLES EDWARD HICKS
Entered at Indt-pmidenc. Or., punt
of ft i' as stM-ond-cla matter.
Subscription, t.S0 Pr Ytsr
I benefit. All of this gr.'tt north
! country, wlib It matchh-iis ad
vantages will f'l tin pulse beat.
Tin fairs cost a r'Ht il al but
" "" ar, wor,, ,n, ,,., KtvlliK tilt'
The Lewis Clarke fair at IMrt- world In striken ftKtirrs a prattles!
land accomplished great thlnn for demonstration of the rvaourcrs of the
this northwest country, Not alone for1 country, betdtn aurai'iing attention
Portland, but for the entire mate of I personal aitentlon to the tumry. To
Oregon, but every place In the north- i I what better advantage could the t-ltl-
Meat waa helped by It. This haa been sen of ndetendetic and J"olk couutj
demon! rated beyond Question. The spend a few hundmd dolUm lit e.-t
AUka Yukou rarlfic fair I toln to tin, out demrlptlv folder setting
be another on of ureal valuo for this fonh the reoourcea of the county and
ectlon uf txiuntry, perhaps Juki a Independent- lu particular and havf
in ui h aa the Lewis Clark fair, them distributed at the A. Y. I. K
Seattle will not be alono In receiving I , ,
5 LJ iJ
Aiiiiouueeiueiua and liu It allium r
' being eiit out for the commencement
week of the Corvallla Agricultural (
lee for June 13 Is IncliiMlve. Thla
U I lit folirteiith annual cotutlielici
in. Mil of that Institution, The bat
calaureate sermon la to be delivered
by ,lr. Luther It. Dyoit. The rep I
mental parade will take place Tin
day Ml :l p. m. t'oliiuielii -ellielil il '
drens will be delivered Wednesday y
President Knot h Allien llryan.
The Kutcritrixe I.' In receint t(
an tin button 10 the . t remi ni. a'
the opening of die new huIMuiK cf
the Sal. -in Fruit 1'nUni which look
plu.'e V .'dii.'Hilay nflciuoon of thi.
week. A pracileul deiiiimMnitioti i f
fruit pu kins wiik given on thla oc
caxlou mid ispecclica acre made by
iroiiiiiu-iit men of the state.
The Old Reliable Line, that
Stands by the Farmer, Long
Life and Easy Running
COST OF SPECIAL SESSION
HIE . BLUES
iiK? our own rrics
Thomas Crown Changeable
Blunders of Legislature Require $-4,
500 to Rectify.
Snleiil A tlctulli d statement of the
entire cost of the six '(' I 111 session of
the l!H:t leKislulnie haa been Issued
by Auditing Clerk Corey of the secre
tary of stale's office. It coat the tax
payers but $4,500. The last special
session, called In 1H0; by Covemor
i Chamberlain, cost $.".; o.
The largest hem of the 190 ses
sion was the mileage paid to lueiu-
; bers. More than 12,500 was paid men
net ween three and four hundred
people went to Hill's park lnt Hun
day afternoon to see the ndep.i
deuce Uliiea suataln their reputation
o' being faal ball players by playing
rliia around the IHIworth Derbl-
of Portland to the tune of 1.1 m lo
Willi titer w,.r m aeiiBatlomii
play made during the Ranie. It wa.t
Biiiiicienuy inl.reslliiK to keep tin
row ii on me anxious seat from the
s'srt io if,,, finish.. Hill was ih
iau anist for the Itlues and pitched
safe steady ;aine, holdinK the vl.
"is down to five h i. M t.,i il...
ere liny aide (0 Molvi hl.s delivery
and when It cmne to ihe kli,. ,1.11
wa alwnya able to deliver tl-i
x'ds. Have undertook to pitch fur
the McrbiCH but the lllilepelideuee
boy got next (o 1 in after the fu!
Itniliivi and In Ihe sixth lnnnK he
reilretl In favor of Law son, a 1 -fi
bunded t wirier, who bud a faiih -... -.,!
tieiivcry tun was not aide
boys from findiiiK him.
Following Ih the rsore;
Twenty per Cent off all Stamped
Garments if Purchased Tomorrow
or any Day Next Week.
Ask to see the New
Charlotte Co relay
T U R U A N
Mi s. 5. C. WH
270 N. Coin'l. St. Salem, Oregon
In k ci
Oris wold ;b
Fluke rf lb
bers of the lower house and $1.4.'.3.:!0 I Klrkland lb 4 1
R. M. WADE & CO.
W. E. CRAVEN, Manager, INDEPENDENCE, ORE
was paid to the Benators. Services for
H'lerks, stenographers and other help
In the house amounted to $l.'!0 and
the same Item In the senate reached
$163. Cost of revising the house jour
nal was $40 and for revising the sen
ate journal was $56.
The regular session cost In the
neighborhood of $50,000.
Notice to the Public.
Notice Is hereby given that I will
not be responsible for any debts In
curred by Mrs. Emma Tucker, my
i wife, she having left my bed and
board. All merchants will please tak
Dated this first day of June, iyo9,
at Independence, Oregon.
1-5 Chester A. Tucker.
For their superior
merits no other ready
tailored clothes fit so
well, wear so well
or give such all-round
Cwmht 1908 by
MirWd-Sura & Co.
. Rschaler. N. Y.
10.00 (0 $35,00
( Walker c
13 26 10
h po a
Mariar rf 5 2
Huschler ss 4 2
Lawson 3t p 4 0
Dave p 3b
..38 10 5 23 11
Three base hits. Force and Law-
son; twe base hits, Klrkland and
Johnson; bases on balls, Hill 3 and
Dave 3; left on bases, Dilwathsl, In
dependence 3; wild pitches, Dave 1;
struck out by Dave, 4; by Hill 12;
double plays, Phelan to Moore and
Moore to Phelan; passed balls, by
Walker, 1; hit by pitcher, Walker,
Dave, Phelan ;tripple play, Lafollette
to Moore to Lawson to LaFollette;
stolen bases, Dilwarths 4, Indepen
Time of game, 1 hourand 55 min
Umpire, George Conkey.
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Ind 0 5 2 0 0 6 0 0 x 13 13 6
CIGARS OK QUALITY
Smoke the famous La Corona I 0c cigar
is sold in In
bv Tom Sul
livan and R.
support Oregon made pro
AUGUST HUCKENSTEIN, Mfer.
SALEM, OREGON 41
Sa em Woolen Mtll Stw
SALEM;1 OREGON I
Base Ball Notes.
One week from next Sunday the
Independence boys play the Dallas
team at Dallas, and the following
Sunday the Dallas boys will play a
return game on the home grounds.
There being quite a rivalry between
the two clubs you can look for one
of the best games of ball of the sea
son. George Conkey makes a good um
pire. Read up a little, George.
Two new players have been signed
They will make their appearance next
Sunday. One of them is a pitcher of
Betting on the Salem-Independence
gflrne next Sunday is about even.
We would suggest that our boys
get out and practice a little more.
By doing this they will be able to
put a little more ginger and snap in
The Blues have not been beaten
this season so far. Who will be the
first to clip their feathers for them?
Next Sunday the Blues play the
Slem Fairmounts on the home
grounds, the game being called at
2:30 p. m. The Fairmounts have the
championship of Salem, having de
feated the last year's team of the
Tri-City league team. The Salem boys
have chartered the Skinner launch
and will run an excursion from Salem
to the game. Word was received here
Wednesday that already fifty tickets
had been sold and the prospects are
favorable for a big crowd and a fast
The Oak Point and Greenwood dis
trict school base ball teams played a
fast.- game, for boys,- on the .Green
wood grounds last Saturday. The
former club won by a score of 5
The Independence high school ball
team again demonstrated their ability
as fast players Saturday by taking
the Dallas high school team into
camp by the score of 17 to 15.
Hthktie and 'nmnatium $ccd.i.
Sam, zimmuniticn and Jtehinq Paekle.
Qieyelea, 8iei(tfe Siepairiug.
SA LEM OREGON.
The Willamette Valley Company
Light, Power & Water at Very Reasonable Rates
WATER. RATE (Water by meter applies to resi
dences only.) -Residence rata on meter applies to cus
tomers only who pay $2.00 and over at the rat of 20o
per 1,000 gallons; minimum $1.00 per month.
ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER. RATE
Residence, 15 cents per K. W.
Business houses, 25 cents per drop and 5 cents per K. W.
Power, rates on application., , ' '
OFFICE AT WATERWORKS PHONE MAIN 41
When You Sit Down To
in this restaurant you are sure it will he
excellent as to food, rooking and st-rviirc.
The Murrouudinps spexk for themselves,
and the bill of fare tells mutfly of flue
eating at little prices, (,'onie in and bring
frienri or two along. Yon will all be
be pleased. . .',- ,
White House Restaurant
Wm. McCilchriit & Son, Proprietor
SALEM - - - OREGON
All kinds of legal blanks tor sals
at tkla otfle.