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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1909)
C . KOOZER. I'ttOrUlBTOR
rim CWua In Ev.ry HeMi. Op-. Day and Mi- ';ular
Meals, ceuu. Short Order at all Hour. Ule us a Trial.
Auditorium Skating Rink
OVIATT BROS., Prorpletors
Open EVERY EVENING Except SUNDAY From 7:30 to 10
Double session ev.ry Saturday veulug
Cood Music, Hardwood Floor auj flrst-cla Skat.-.. Couie out and
' enjoy yourself. No Rowdyt.uu allowed.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Got your laundry done at the
INDEPENDENCE JTEfltt LAUNDRY
All ork guaranteed to be first-class. Our prices are right. Wagon
calls for your bundles t
HAUSER BROS. 51 LEH,
Props, of Salem Gun Store OREGON
We now have on display a very fine and complete line of
Base Ball Goods, Lawn Tennis Sup
plies and also Fine Fishing Tackle
Send for Catalogue of Base Ball Uniforms
Farmers' Feed and Sales Stable
H. EICHEL, Proprietor
Grain and Hay for Sale.
Horses boarded by day, week or month, at reasonable .atr
The annual convention of the
school officer of I'olk county which
will bo hld In tli J court house at
Dallas, Saturday, November . bids
fair to he on of the best conventions
If not the best ever held Hi the coun
ty or stale and Superintendent Sy-
mour has received notice from direct
ors from all parts of the county that
they will be prtseitt and very Indi
cation Is that every district In the
county will be represented an they
These conventions can do much for
the schools of the county and mate
and in fan ilny have done and sr..
doing much good. Every progressive
schiH.l man or woman tu the county
should try and attend every school
officers' convention as by talklug
over school question with others nil
are strong. honed and thence the
s tools are iun!e stronger.
State Superintendent J. II. Acker
man, who has done more for the
thiols of the state than any other
one man, will be present and will
take part In the convention.
Following are some of the suggest
ed subjects that will be discussed at
the convention; If you have any oth
ers that you wish to have taken up
mention It at the convention:
Better sanitation, venltlatlon, etc.;
creation of a county high school
fund; county treasurer should be
mad ex-officio si hoot district treas
urer: county unit of administration;
special taxes; November census; em
ploying of teachers; Janitor worn in
rural schools; parents visiting schools
or a parents' day; changes In school
laws; compulsory education; how
may the rural schools be improved?;
county school fund; teachers' con
tracts; district board meetings; a
model rural school building; grades
hove the eighth In one-room schools;
transferring of school money from
one school district to another; school
This liisllraslug doo-eso results
from a disordered condition of the
ston.sch. and can be cured by laklns
Chamberlain's Stomach and IJver
TU. U. CI a nv aauiplo I- M
Klrklaud'a drug store and try It.
WantedLady or griiileiitau to can
visa. Apply to i tie rciu o
stead, Salem, Oregon.
it A l 1? n O M I N G O l J TP
There Is gr.at difference In aalp and hair dUa. This Is the
reason paiunt medlclm. fall. They UCK TUB IMI VIDl'AUTY
NECESSARY TO CtUK. I put up the treatment specially for you.
and U? I can't cure Umiruff and telling Hair, U'.ie U bo U.
Ing money buying tout. a. To show my ability. I will offer to th
first hundred Ladles or Uentl. men. a MONTH'S WEB TREAT
MENT. Bend for special qa sttoa blank today. Addrea Madam
ri'IUTY GRANT. V. O. ll I 1199. Loa Am"!--.
The Salem Steam Laundry
GUARANTEES YOU PERFECT WORK
Leave order at D. Taylor's Barber Shop, Independence, Oregon
tfthletie and $i(mnasium $eod.
3umf Ammunition and JiMnq 9aekle.
SSL ZteHelea, $tci(ck Repairing. fwnriter
warn iMmMWmw 1 ww;,
SA LEM , OREGON.
Tobacco, Cigars, Soft Drinks, and Lunch Goods.
If you want to enjoy a quiet game of pool or solo, come here.
Good Cough Medicine for Children
and Grown Folks, Too.
"We could hardly do without Cham
berlain'a Cough Remedy," says Mrs.
EMnra DpsDain of Bloid. Ky. "I found
It to be so good for the croup and
have used It for years. I can heart
ily recommend it for coughs, colds
and croup In children and grown folki
too." The above shows the Implicit
confluence that many mothers place
in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, a
confidence based on many years' ex
perience In the use of it. No one
need hesitate to use this remedy for
it contains no chloroform, opium or
other narcotics and may be given to j
a child as confidently as to an adult.
For sale by P. M. Klrkland.
H. Hlrtohberg, Pres. A. Nalwn, Viet Prea. 6. W. itii; Caak.
Independence National Bank
Transacts a General Banking Business
Interest Paid on Time Deposit
Dlreotoci: H. ESiMohberg, A. Nelson, D. W. Beara, B. F.
Smith and J. E. Rhodes.
Real Estate Transfers.
W D Wright to Wm Wright,
land Int8sr4w $
Waters Bros Investment Co to
T J Cronise, lot in West Salem
J S Cooper et ux to J E Wil
son, 20 acres t 8 s r 4 w
W B Zumwalt et ux to G B
Zumwalt, 235 acres t 6 s r
6 w '
F J Coad, Trustee, to Claire
Padrick, lot in.Klose Illihee
Claire Padrick to F J Coad,
Trustee, lot in Klose Illihee
H L May et ux to Mary N
Welch, lot in Independence
F W Peaslee to tW M Toner
394.22 acres t 6 s r 3 and 4
Ladd & Reed Farm Co to
Broadmead Land Co, land in
Polk and Yamhill counties,..
J C Reynolds et ux to F M
Kau, land int8sr6w.. 1
S M Fuller and hd to N E
Foster, 10 acres t 8 s r 5 w 100
D J Grant et ux to Martin
Deal, 92 acres t 8 s r 6 w
M A Syron to Selah M Syron,
60 acres t 6 s r 6 w
Sheriff J M Grant to B Wilson,
lot in Independence, tax
Kills Her Foe of 20 Years.
"The most merciless enemy I had
for 20 years," declares Mrs. James
Duncan, of Haynesville, Me., "was
Dyspepsia. I suffered Intensely after
eating or drinking and could scarce
ly sleep. After many remedies had
failed and several doctors gave me
up, I tried Electric Bitters, which
cured me completely. Now I can eat
anything. I am 70 years old and am
overjoyed to get my health and
strength back again." For Indiges
tion, Loss of Appetite, Kidney Troble
Lame Back, Female Complaints, its
unequalled. Only 60c at all druggists.
When In town drop in and get one
of those full size 25c dinners served
dally from 11:30 a. m. to 2 p. m. at
Perfection of Detail
Our Superior Btel Kami's
eiuboddy est construction
and faturs la these popu
lar style rangHe. Attract
ively nliklod, malleable
Iron, Joined with cold drlv
en rivet are some of the
features of this fine range.
It Is not an ordinary rang.
It Is not bolted together so
that In a short time the
bolta work loose, the putty
drops out and "air leaks" come
low baking. The Superior Stool
ln, causlag wto of ful and
range Is ' perfection In every
Bridge & Beach
These Haoters give you satisfac
tion. They warm the apartment
better than any other stove, be
cause they are made to throw out
the heat. You know that with
some haeters you are freezing
when the stove Is red hot. Those
are not the SUPERIOR they are
Vr . f tQt kind
up BQI U IsflsJ vT
to fli up your house with
our lino of builder's mater
ials. Save contractors'
prices by coming direct to
n for taera.
CLASSY SUIT? OFFERINGS OF
ft 44 O K J
1 O O A ii a'
jMicKaeU-Sjern fit Gu
This Is Just the time to get together on the suit question.
are so many ways in which a suit of clothes can be reduced iu
quality that it is absolutely folly to force a roductlon in price.
$10.00 to $35.00
are sold at a Just price, a price that the quality will live up to. We
have built up such confidence in this store that we can better afford
to miss the trade of any one man than turn a suit over to a customer
which misses quality. We run this business on straight lines, because
a straight line is the shortest distance between, two points YOU and .
US. If you are ready, we are: with a magnificent assortment of the
newest styles and fabrics, at prices to suit the poor man and the rich
man and quality for both.
Salem Woolen Mill Store
the Gem Restaurant, 19tf