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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1909)
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A Few Choice Farms
cut of three hundred end flli
tuvo lieted In th tUimette volley
140 rrtm. w. ll Improve.! and In cultivation. Hi lulU wtt of Mon
mouth, Ornou. I'riro I'i.. t"f a.rw. Term
IGVi icri't.SH mlloa norih-wit of Independent; all In cultivation;
Al fcullJiint". A uau at :.t0.
1 am. In blieh HUt of cultivation; K'd lnu.rovi-mi.nlii mid pl"n
of fruit; IVi tulha went of Moumouth. I'rlc $2..l)0.
10 htm w. ll Improved laud; 3 atra orchard and brrl, balanca
In crop; M"dx wscr, !od bulldiiK. kk,J f-tu, 2 biIIm north
wont of Moniuulitli. Price 2Gnu.
85 a, r.-B. 1 mil north of Monmouth"; fine bl.uk foil, ...mil bouse and
largo bum; plenty of water. I'rU $5 Pr acre.
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Uraueh Office H"tol Monmouth
H. Hirachberg, Prea. A. N.Uon, Vic Prea. C. W. Irin, Ca.h.
Independence National Bank
:Transacts a General Banking Business
Interest Paid on Time JDeposita
Dirwtora: H. Hiranberg, A. Nelaon, D. W. geara, B. W.
Smith and J. f. Bhodea.
Wholesale Family Liquor Store
j t PHONE MAIN 103
144 Commercial Street, Salem, Oregon
fl u n s Emk
SaoMt MWin. off". rder. rfthl. Pr th. bt .pportunity
REVIEW OF REVIEWS
WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION
FTl B - wllh your erder. beautiful premium, 75-p.c book
f. . ft -a AND rriut uiu.tr.ted in four color, with U5 We.tern vlw.
s . . $3 001 ALL FOR
MPANION 1.25 JS3.00
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I ST S IT 11 A. Is' C E
Anyone wishing good reliab e fire insurance call on or write to
6. E. BUfcH, INDEPENDENCE, OREGON
Agent for Beaver State Merchants al of Portland, and the
Hankers Merchant Mutual of Forest Grova
A. C. MAGERS, Proprietor
8 TELEPHONE MAIN 175
Standard Liquor Co.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
WINES, LIQUORS $ CIGARS
148-156 S. COMMERCIAL STREET
PRICE OF HAY
Adutilmn to ilif (itl-m K i j i iiiiii'
Uih relation li.-lwK'ii fiimum uii'l
j f.M-d men are a It i f h tsirnlnr! n IM
tlltm out III'' (jii'Miill of liny. Ow
j lfi in llii- tlioiinrn In llilM vl'liiliy
! ful'iin li re ImulliiK tml fur l.)li 1
irlfi than llutt iH'i iluiMii'liiiiii
!tlu winter, vthlU ilio f"'l ni n li'"
!ll.vln Unit tin- liny now belli ic biil'd
In not up to f tisiml atuudnrd of
quality, nre not auxtnu lo buy In
j lnri? quuirl h' Rivan oil piici'i,
j Cliivi r buy l Hi" Hiiiuiinl of m'V-!i-rul
liiimtri-il Inns .u caubi by 1 1 - -'
r.'t'lit rai.iH, but hIii friiui bclnn a
f.-w hIihiI'-h tliuk'-r (linn otlicrwU" H
In mil ni'ii' iully Im'II ' J f'i l.avi- Ici-li
Injur. 1 lo uny nr. HI ixlont.
A K'Hul rni in report .-it fifm !;'
rn (irriion am! mii' otlor - tnm
if i bo ', m li It-li v.lll put Ilio umr-
kft on a - ni'ltl'-il lii'iU wl liii. a I
Croiiiid itlfulfn Iiim found it ny
Into Hii- boiil f'fl M'nr.'ti, nil lion:.
this iiii'lbo'l of iiripuiliis' bay In mild
to linn' orUlimii'd In lOaatfin Or- Koii,
' wIhto It k.'owh to iin trrodtfM piT.
I'arnii r arc btiHlly iin-'ai id in fiiil
Moir bay, Mlih'MiKh n. "li of Unit ouc 'd
nut aln-mly boon mild In tho bulk.
Wp li'Towilli iro(lur a lill'-r pub
llshoil In a KaiiHUH papiT from a k"
tb'Uiiiii who hag but roo. ntly 8ottl'
anions iin from tbat state. In noar
ly every liiMtanco whore pooplo ( o.nc
from tho eatit and 8"tti In the north
wont the mijip tout' lotttra are sent t(
the papers of the county . which the
writers hail from and the amount of
free advert laing tbat In given the
northwest In that particular manner
Is hard to oHtimate.
Independence, Oregon, July 9, '0!l
Kdlto Republican Dear old friends,,!
thought I would drop you a few lines
to tell you tbat we arrived here after
a Journey of four we?kg and twul (iayt
on June 10th, all O. K., and as 1 have
many old friends in Rice county I
thought perhaps you would Inform
them through the old reliablfi paper
that we think we are In one of the
finest climates and prettiest counties
on the Pacific coast. It soems very
strange to us to read of the hot
weather there, when It is so pleasant
here, it Is jut cool enough In the
day-time to be pleasant, and at night
we can pleasantly rest for about ten
hours under two covers. We had a
fine trip. Was nearly thre? weeks in
California. I am now in the real es
tate business. I will send you one of
our lists which will describe the valley
very well. Our business is rather dull
Just now, but we are looking for" emi
gration this fall. I see by the Repub
lican that Frank Hoyt has been near
here. Wished he had dropped In and
seen us. Well, 1 will close. With re
gards and best wishes, I remain ever
your friend, E. C. DAVIS.
There Is more catarrh in this sec
tion of the country than all other dis
eases put together, and until the last
few years was supposed to be incur
able. For a great many years doctor!
pronouueed it a local disease and pre
scribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local treat
ment, pronounced it incurable. Sci
ence has proven catarrh to be a con
stitutional disease and therefore re
quires constitutional treatment.. Hall'
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co.,Toledo, 0.,is the on
ly constitutional cure on the market.
It Is taken internally in doses of ten
drops to a teaspoonful. It acts di-,
rectly on the blood and. mucous sur
faces of the system, they otfor $100
for any cas it fails to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials. Address,
F. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo, Ohio. Sold
by all dii.'gglsts. frc. Take Hall's
Family Pills for cons.ipaiion.
More Fishers Than JHunters.
Up to dale County Clerk Smith
has issued 244 licenses to persons
who want to' fish and t"- to Uiose who
prefer hunting '.is a taot time. Al
though the numbvr oi fishers licenses
issued increases its lead over hunt
ers licenses daily, the county clerk
predicts that this will not be the case
very long and eenis to be of the opin
ion that the issuance of licenses in
those two departments will be about
equal by the clos. ot the year 1909.
The reason for this is that the fish-:
lug season is at its height at the
present time and that the real season
for hunting has not yet begun.
A Night Rider's Raid I
The worst night riders are calomel,
crotoa oil or aloes pills. They raid j
your bed to rob you of rest. Not soi
with Dr. King's New 14 fe Pills. They I
never distress or inconvenience, butj
always cleanse the system, curing i
Colds, Headaches, Constipation, Mala-1
1 he Art of Furnishing
Tk ii urn a ' mummm
Simple but effective novelties and specialties are
essential for the artistic and attractive equipment of
Our 'assortment include the latest and most ap
propriate designs in Reed, Rush and Hickory chairs,
the famous "Wood Web" shades, and all sizes Rugs
and Mattings for your porch.
Complete stock of "National" Refrigerators,
"Caloric" lireless cook, stoves, Denatured alcohol stoves
as well as the old reliable "Acorn'' ranges for your
kitchens. All sorts of camp furniture also. Your
very critical inspection is invited.
Send for circulars.
PONIES and CARTS
Beautiful Shetland Ponies, handsome Carts, Solid Gold Watches,; Diamond Rings and other valuable
presents given away, to boys and girls who win in the Pony and cart contest. Open to all
Boys and Girls. Costs nothing to enter. Get enrolled at once. Hundreds of dollars worth
of prizes and cash besides. , ,
IS PAID IN CASH
" whether he wins a grand prize or not. Write us today for fullparticulars before it is too Jate.
Human Life Pub Co-
528 Atlantic Avenue
ria. 23c at all druggists.