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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1909)
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I'rlgMKh; F. Iieveiur, The t'oi.n i
cilor n.l V, V. IViYhKl. H Sulw.
in- Tinr wan omt delay lu set '
1 1 us Miiri.-il a nit when they did el '
TTf Mcljitwhlin's iwo norse won't
It'll HI Hlf pool, fil-IltM l J'l "ffj
when iht word was nlvfii, I'rlgleish
paed iiii.Lt the wire first with 4t. "
8iihaulu i-lufcf m-coiii) and 1'mimil
or ihlr'l. 1 1
Jut after tiif hurf got f'f i
i;iiilraln rushed up u the starter,
A. t Lohmire, acciiMiig hint of
1. 4 bin horses iht rsi cif ili mart.!
ami Kiruik him behind the .-fi far,
Sevier, minora, report of naif of real
emate approved; order lmt niiarjlait
tiftuit d.-4 fr rtil.n 'M to
Emal of Naitry V, Harrl. di-
Vanl, petition tl Sell rl rle
i.-t for hearing July 17 at 10 ' V
. in.; citation io bf-it ' J I'1 t''
acned according to luw.
Ktate of Kliabtlt M Wrlcht. il-ccued--iMitiou
of J- T, Chamber
lain. administrator, lo II real ei
fit.nl ami liiaiil'-il
Ktato of i;rji W. I.ill.iu.
crams!. Inventory am! appralfiuicii.
ftli-J am! aiipiuvul.
In rf estate of Amy Steele, ilo-
r.-afl.-final account anpi.iwd no
administrator ami bondsmen ' dt
charged. lu re estate of Martha Hrown. de
ceased. inventory ami appraised! ul
filed am! approved.
Poison Oak Poisoning
win. a uip !e used to start Katn-1 uauarut tuow uniu.cu cu.
nark. Pys.at.ders interfered iju-IIiiik Mr. O. II.-P. Cornells. Turner. Ore.,
the d.Hordi-r. After the ni.e wM o,-r writes: -My wife lu.a discovered that
and before the judges had given their I Snow Liniment cures Poison Oak.
U eiMon. MrliiKhliii filed a protest. ! She not only cured a case of It on
i lauuins that U.hmire had shown par! bwr'. u ot hor fr,ellJ"
who wrro poiDtiui-u vj -
Ivy." Price 25c, 50o aud $10U. boia
b) Williams Drug Co.
its' carpers, ru;s, draperies, or anything lor the
; making of a comfortable, happy home,
its' liberal terms, fair prices and courteous treat
.....If its' these things you desire and appreciate, then
come to us and let us show you how well and
pleasantly and economically we can serve you.
tialuy in martins the race,
jiuU. h, after heurlni; both atdoa of ill
roniroiersy, refused to nutuain tile
In the mile iiah for !".0 tln-re a
onlv three siariers. Kam.nk a;id
CriKleish being rau hed. l'aelfic endliiK
wen the rue,. In 1:47, Lesh beltiji a ' Krank
close second and King Kore third. It
was a pretty race and It looked for a
time that King Koro was goiug to
win, having taken the lead from the
ptari and maintaining It until the
tiome stretch wheu he was passed
t' Pacific and Leah, the three horses
t nning under the wire lu a I inch.
The last race of the meet was a
fjiatch race of an eighth of a iuilef
) -tween Her Farwll, owned by G.
J. Brown of Corvallis and Axlebend,
.vned by W. W. Card well of Rose
burg. for $230 a aide. The race was
won easily by the latter horse in 11
The foot race of 100 yards for a
purse of $100 a side, between I. S.
Goodman of Roseburg and a Forest
Grove man was won by the latter
with hands down. Considerable mon
ey changed hands over this race, as
the Roseburg people thought they had
a record breaker.
Mr. Percivel desires the Enterprise
on be-half of himself and the mem
bers of the Driving Club Association,
to thank the business men and citi
zens for their liberal patronage
extended by them which went far to
ward making the meot the grand suc
cess it was.
Real Estate Transfers
estate transfers for the w.ek
Wednesday, June Hi. I :
Post et nx to Charles
L Koelsehe, I'Mi arre. I li a
r 4 w
H T Hutler to G A and V K
Cornwall, lots In Pallas
Mark llayter et ux to A K
Morrison, lots in Palki.i ....
Z llonshaw et ux to Francis
Heyden, acres, t S s r 6
Of Interest to Farmers and Mechan
ics. Farmers and mechanics frequently
meet with slight accidents and injur
ies which cause them much annoy
ance and loss of time. A cut or a
bruise may be cured In about one
third the time usually required by ap
plying Chamberlain's Liniment as
soon as the injury is received. This
liniment Is also valuable for sprains,
soreness of the muscles and rheumat
ic pains. There is no danger of blood
poisoning resulting from an injury
when Chamberlain's Liniment is ap
plied before the parts become inflam
ed and swollen. For sale by P. M.
Joseph W Brown et ux to Alb
ert N Newbill, 131'i ai res, t 9
John McCready to John Olthoff
lot In Suv-r
W A McLean et ux to Allen A
McLean. 10 acres, t 6 s r 5 w-
Nel8 Anderson et ux to Lola M
Bookman, land In Dallas
Jacob Smith et ux to Carl Mag-
giniet ux, 237 acres, t 6 s r
W L Gilson et ux to Electra
Bancroft, 27 acres, t 8 s r
B Scott, land lu Dallas
J H Hollman et ux to George
Thos J Ewing et ux to L S
Compton, lot in Independence
Willamette Valley Stock & Land
Co to John Weinert, 640 acres
1 .1' mi 'lL
You can never have ton many rock
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Made from selist stock, arms steel
braced and bolted, one-piece top rail.
cobbler seat, made for service and
durability. Yours for $2.00.
Our offerings In Iron Beds will be doubly interesting when you
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Our offerlim in chairs Biirpas
Hta anything we, or any other
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t 10 s r 5 w 19200 from Albany.
W. F. Hogan. B. J. Hecker and Mr.
McAlpin were among the visitors In
j Independence at the races last week
A Steam Laundry
John Johnson has rented the build
ing belonging to VVm. Campbell on
Main street, opposite Dickinson's liv
ery stable, and is having it remodeled
and fitted up as a steam laundry and
which he expects to have running in.
tshort time. The machinery for the
laundry arrived this week and is be
ing placed into position. Independ
ence has long felt the need of a laun
dry and we bespeak for the new en
terprise a good business from the ve
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you are a man of moderate means
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know that one or two doses of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy wil cure it. This remedy has
been In use for many years and is
thoroughly reliable. Price 25c. For
sale by P. M. Kirkland.
In the Probate Court.
Following is a summary of the pro
ceedings and business disposed of
in the probate court during the ses
sion held last week.
Estate of Maude Loraine Muhlig et
al report of sale of real estate set
for hearing of objections thereto, for
Guardianship of Gladys E Martin,
a minor inventory and appraisement
The Old Reliable Line, that
Stands by the Farmer, Long
Life and Easy Running
NoTrastPrices on Oar MachiDes. We Make our own Pric-s
Thomas Crown Changeable
R. M. WADE & CO.
W. E. CRAVEN, Manager, INDEPENDENCE. ORE
CHARLES SAVAGGE. LESEE
Special Attention to Commercial and
160 Court street. Telephone 209 Main
Telephone and Messenger Service at Hotel
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