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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1909)
OF FOOT BALL
Th first tvol ball game ut the
on fur Independence took place up
cu the lilioul ball grounds ltul Sat
urday between tUo local high school
boys an J Corvallia blKh.
The game wa cleau throushoui
m.d ioil teams did hard work. With
iu a few minute of tluit In th first
lialf, under gnat excitement and
cheering, our boys made a dash over
the llut and scored a touchdoan. hi
the ae-cond half they repealed tie
feat and did not have to work quite
ao lrnrd. The visiting team put up
a good scrap but were too light to
rvslst the line smashes.
Owing to the condition of the field
and rainy weather neither team was
abld to do Ita best work. The Kamo
ended In a victory fur our boy a of
which they are Justly proud. l'rcf.
Kirk accompanied his boys and
looked as happy as usual. A return
came In the near future U anticipat
ed. With School and Teacher.
During the first of next week pa
trons of the achool should receive a
report of work done by their children
Some of these reports will be sntts
factory to the teacher, to the patron
and to the pupil. Others may not be.
If they are not what they should be
will you please co-operate wiih the
teachers for better results? If your
. A. t. s . ...- . i mi 'Mil tJi.l . 1
fho roost nutritious
food and Uig most
dainty and v2c!idou3
T . i J ' "
No fretting over the biscuit
mailing. Royal is first
aid to many a
The new desks which were ordered
boy spends his time on the streets or j some time ago have arrived and are
elsewhere when he should be In oemg put uno us ..-
achool at his studies, remember the grades continue to Increase.
teachers will not be responsible for '
his failure It Is recommended by A Methodist Minister Recommends
many professors In large schools and Chamberlain'. Colic, Cholera
endorsed by their school boards that and Diarrhoea Remedy,
at least two hours' work ouiTht to be "I have used Chamberlain's Colic,
of school hours upon , Cholera and Diarrhoea Kenieuy lor
several years for diarrhoea. I consid-
e n Vi Mil TL'rtrlr
The school Is more than willing , er It the best remedy I have ever
to do all that It can for the advance-1 tried for that trouble. I bought a
ment of the pupils but It cannot do i bottle of It a few days ago from our
ail It takes governable pupils, j druggist. Mr. R. R. Brooks. I shall
equipped Instructors, and parents 1 ever be glad to speak a word In Its
with lots of good, sound common praise when I have the opportunity."
aense and judgement to make a '-Rev. J. D. Knapp, Pastor M. E.
Kh00l i Church, Miles Grove, Pa. Sold by
Everybody is welcome to inspect P. M. Klrkland.
the work of the school at any time, j
Public school pennants (purple and j Ask your grocer for Fritz' home
white) may be had at reasonable pri- made bread and doughnuts. Take no
ces by leaving an order with the prln- J other. They are made from hard
clpal. The money will be used for j wheat flour. Made in Indepe
achool purposes. j dence. 02 23
Married, at hlnh noon, on Novom
ber 3, at the home of the bride's par-
mils Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Wilson of
Buena Vista. Mr. William L. Murphy
and Miss Mabel F. Wilson. The cer
emony was performed by Dr. Duns
more of Calvary Presbyterian church,
Independence, In the presence of a
few of the Immediate .friends of the
bride. The parlors were tastefully
and beautifully decorated with chrys
anthemums and ivy. The wedding
dinner was served Immediately after
the ceremony. The happy couple
will reside on the ranch of the
uroom's parents, near Buena Vista.
Their many friends wish them all joy
and prosperity, with long life and ev
Free We have secured a number
of beautiful 16x20 inch pictures. We
are siving one with each box of sta
tionery. Call and get one before they
are all gone. Craven & Moore. 22tf
James Fudtie, whoso death occurred
at WalUhur, WaHlilnaton, Monday,
at th age of enty thre yeara, wai
a prominent Oregon pioneer. The
funeral took place In thai city, under
tli auspice of thti I. O. O. T., of
which lh deceased waa a member.
he haxtiiK b I charter member of
Latah lodge No. 7. of l-aiah. WttHh
tugton. A uatlve of Illinois. Mr. Kudo em
igrated to the Pacific coast In the
early 60'a, local ltt at Independence.
Polk county. In ISM u -r .moved to
Washington, where he filed upon a
homestead near Waiisburh'. on which
he resided until a few year before
his death, when ho purchased a home
Mr. FmUe Is survived by a widow
and four children, as follows: Mis
Morton IV) y of Waltshurg; Mrs. Hur
ry Drlscoll of Spokane: Mis. II. C
Wade of Hand Point. Idaho, and K.
S. Fudge of Waitslnirg, Washington.
In addW.on to these relnilvia. Ihe
deceased 1 avea one brother ami two
sisters, as follows: William Fudge
of Waits! tirs, Waslili nl' t'; Mrs. Su
san Join i and Mr, huvld lletiv's.
both of Inueoetidenee, Oregon.
A Hair' Breadth Eicapa.
Do you know that vry tlmn you
hav a cough or cold and let It run
on thinking It will Just cur lUelf you
are Invl Ing pneumonia, consumption
or some other , pulmonary trouble?
Dou't risk It. Put your lungs back
In perfect health and atop that rougli
with Ilallard' llorehound Hyrup.
Price Sic. 60o and It 0 per bottle.
Sold by William Drug Co,
To the. poplrt of Independence and
vicinity. A we have withdrawn from
the Cuminln & HuW Land Co. we
will continue the real estate business
on the north side of C street. Call
and list your property with us. W
have prospective buyer for both el'f
and farm land, bolu large and small
I Htull Darsi. the l-aud M-n, '
di pendeiice, Oregon.
Ulve the aderlter your trade.
McMnnvtll. I t t I Orf
Chet Cregory. X, Dallmt. Or.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice Is hereby given to the pub
lic that we have sold our entire In
terest In the People's Market to W.
W. Newton who will conduit Ihe bus
iness. All parties owing us will call
at once and settle accounts by ca.ih
or notes. Heck & Klubacher.
Dated at Independence, Oregon,
this Cth day of November, limit. 23-2G
Notlo of Final Settlement.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Polk County, In the
matter of tho estaie of Lovlna Per
Notice is hereby given that Wesley
or,.. orluilnlutmtfir of the cstato of
Lovlna Perry, deceased, has rendered
and presented for final seuumcin.
and filed In said court his final ac-
..iminiuti-Aiimi of said estate
and that Saturday, the 1. th day of
November, 1909, at one o'clock I . M.,
at the courtroom of said court, in the
city of Dallas, in said county and
sta'e has been appointed by the judg
of said court for the settlement or
said account, at which time and place
any person interested in said estate
may appear and fib exceptions In
writing to Bald account anu unvow
2o"258ame WESLEY PERRY.
... r ...... .,9 nllll aualu and
without being a friend lo the iore. bi . - -wunoui
o ma ,,,, .1.1- Tlu only reason for this
romo-agaln customers testify to this. He omy
Is that our Shoes are either more comfortable or
Wear Longer Than Others
We have Just received a fine line of Men's Women's and ''';'
iboe See our bevy grain Shoe, for boy.-the Warsaw at V
lnl tl 79 per pair. $2 00 and $2.25 kind. All solid Dr.-s Shoe, for
men at $2 r,0 Patent Leather. Do, Calf and Vclour. We have the
Sigh grade Shoes for "d women, that sell at mm '
Ifl 00 Our stock is new and up-to-date "d bought from the bes
5,s tern actorles for caah. You can get the benefit of our god
buying! SL nd ry our line. You will bo .atl.fl nd become
a frlned to our store. Your. Very truly.
THE KNORR SHOE CO.,
Successor to Price Shoe Co.
444 STATE STREET, "LKM. OflEtJON.
When You Sit Down To
tkis restaurant you are inre It will l
excellent as to food, cooking and service.
Th surroundings speak for themselves,
and the bill of fare tells mutely of line
eating at little prices. Come In and Itibk
a friend or two alen. on will all be
White House Restaurant
Wn. McCJchriil & Son. Pr.prictort
SALEM - OREGON
THE GREAT CLEARING OUT SALE
Is Offering Prices That You Simply Can Not Resist
"Money saved is money earned," and we certainly are saving you the money
now. We have received large shipments direct from New York this week ot
silk Waists, Belts, Ribbons, Towels, Underwear, Dress Goods, Men s hox.
Notice the big offerings we make at once on these, as we are bound to reduce
the stock as tast as possioic.
r ' To i
vT i iif
Correct and popujar styles for
Clothing that can be depended upon.
If you have ever purchased a suit
here you know we have the suit for
you, which means there Is fit and
style; In other words ENTIRE SUIT
SATISFACTION In the clothing we
sell. If you have never purchased
clothing of us we will take pleas
ure In introducing you to as snappy,
smart styles as you can find In Sa
lem, and closing out sale prices still
prevail in this department.
$6.00 Silk Petticoats
Beautiful new taffeta petticoats in
navy, gun metal, green, white, black,
etc. An excellent grade of taffeta
made with tucks and flounces.
Regular $6.00 value
Black and white, tan and green silk
petticoats, made with one, two and
C, 'ft,'1 1 1 A , v
Which appeal to tlu woman who ap
preciales beauty ot line. Individuality,
quality, quiet refinement such are
being shown in Q"r Ready-Made De
partment. Plenty of large Bi.ea. In
fact we are prepared to meet all do
inands with the latent New York
styles. Prices extremely reduced.
Read's Dress Goods
Why do we always advertise Read's Dross Goods? Because
there is no other to equal It. It is superior to all other makes
In beauty of texture, coloring and finish. In point of style
these dress goods Se absolutely correct. You will buy no oth
er if once you have tried Read's elegant materials.
ALL DRESS GOODS AT CLOSING-OUT SALE PRICES.
FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN I
That suit the purse, that bring comfort to the feet. Dura
bility and comfort have not been sacrificed for style; but we
are showing the most up-to-date Shoes that are being dis
played by the best manufacturers in the United States.
CLOSING OUT SALE PRICES, ON THESE.
i r i r t on i i i i ill
$7.95 Dress Skirts
Stunning styles, all of this Fall's
make; the new pleated effects; piped'
with black satin and neat side tucks
or self-trimmed with tailored straps
and jet buttons. We have a great
assortment for you to choose from.
$7.90 Dress Skirts, $4.95.
Dress goods " 15c
25c, 41c, 44c, 58c, 88c up to $3.50
15c Huck Towels, extra special.. 10c
25c Hose for Children ....... ...18c
Towels, 13 by 28 inches 4c
25c Underwear for Women 19c
35c Ties for Men - 25c
4 pairs extra good Sox, new ..50c
Boys' Hats, values to $1-50 49c
$3.00 Shoes for Ladies H-45
$2.50 Shoes for Ladies 11-35
Men's $3.00 Sweaters 2.45
35c, 40c, 45c New Rubbers for 30c
EXTRA SPECIAL ON RIBBONS
which we have just received. We
are showing a whole window full of
fancy, plain and the new moire rib
bons, in taffeta and messallne, 5 and
6 Inches in width.
$1.60 Tailored Shirt Waists $1.22
These waists came Thursday from
New York. They are in white and
tan, neatly tucked, with tailored shirt
sleeves and tailored collar. Regular
$1.50 values for $1.22. Also a new
and handsome line in Silk Waists.
25c Rubber Belts
Rubber belts galore here now in va
rious colors, with pretty jet buckles.
These belts have just been received,
but we immediately offer you the 25c
values at .... 19c
Better qualities also at closing out
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