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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1910)
INDEPENDENCE INTEWPWI8E. INDEPENDENCE. OREGON. APRIL 1. WO-
V. Dell Duller goes to Salem thU
v.eok to take a position In an electric
The Ilaptlnta have built a baptistry
in their church here. Four persona
were baptised in It last Sunday morn
W. N. noota la able to be out after
I hta reot-nt aerloua lllnea.
. A. T. Crosa li '" fl'r '
j long alege of rheumatism of the
m. Hold Hubbard, an old-tlm. rea-
Ident of thla county but now of Wash
ington, called on friend hero last
Everyone la building and repairing
chicken yards as chickens cannot run
at largo after April 1.
Last, Friday was cleanup day for
Monmouth school and the town In
general, and as a consequence prem
ises look much better. Let the good
work go on; there la wore to be
-me to California
ah here recent---
hiimIm tb "Mtxl.r
Mm Owhtlwry e., MM.,
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the aupreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND
it is the bost medicine ever aold
over a druggist's counter.
for a V
ly for a v .
(the Christian churcii .....
i Rev. Davis preached the sermon and
; also gave a musical program which
was some of the bent music we have
had the pleasure of hearing. The
'singers certainly did splendidly. The
house was filled to overflowing.
H. E. Guthrie" father was a visitor
In town Friday. He i eighty-six years
old and visited Mie past winter In
California, traveling alone.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. McGowan have
bwn here visiting Mrs. MeGowan's
'parents, J. H. Mulkey and wife. They
!are going to live on their recently ac
I quired home near Independence.
Mr. Phillips, a fellow-townsman,
'was Injured In a iraway accident
while coming home from Salem Sun
day afternoon. The horse took fright
at an auto and smashed up things
generally. We did not learn the full
particulars. The autoist brought Mr.
Phillips to his home here.
! HIGHLAND NEWS
THE WORLD'S MOST
i Mr. Campbell la still busy laying
I off new orchards.
Harry Iliff is setting out a few
t acres of new orchard.
WHEN YOU SIT DOWN
TO A MEAL
In this restaurant you are sure It will
be excellent as to food, cooking and
service. The surroundings speak for
themselves and the bill of fare tells
mutely of fine eating at little prices.
Come in and bring a friend or two
along, You will all be pleased.
WHITE HOUSE RESTAURANT
Wm. McGllchrist & Son, Props.
AND THE GREAT NORTHWEST
The management ; of the
Southern Pacific Co., (Lines
In Oregon) takes great pleas
ure In announcing that the
low rates from Eastern cit
ies, which have done so
much la past seasons to
stimulate travel and settle
ment in Oregon, will prevail
again th's spring DAILY
from March 1 to April J. -J.
PEOPLE OF OREGON
The railroads have done
their part; now it's up to
you. The colonist rate is
the greatest of all home--builders.
Do all you can to
let Eastern people know
about it, and encourage
them to come here, where
land is cheap and home
building easy and attractive.
FARES CAN EE PREPAID at home
if desired. Any agent of the
road named is authorized to
receive the required deposit
and telegraph ticket to any
point in the East.
REMEMBER THE RATES From
Chicago, $33; from St. Louis
$32; from Omaha and Kan
sas City, $25. This reduc
tion is proportionate from
all other cities.
Gen'l Passenger Agent, Portland, Or.
ARC ECHOED THROUGH THE NEEDLE'S POINT Of A
"MUSIC HATH CHARMS"
"IT IS ESSENTIAL TO THE LUBRICATION OF LIFEI"
WHEN YOU REQUIRE THAT "ViM" THAT DRIVES CARE AWAY,
SEE THE MAN THAT CAN PRODUCE "THE SMILE" AT A LOW
COST. WE HAVE A FULL VARIETY OF INSTRUMENTS THAT ARE
SALEM MUSIC CO.
(Incorporated) 8UCCESS0R TO L. F. SAVAGE.
247 Commercial St., Salem, Or.
George Washburn and friend from dence
bumper crop of spring grain In this
Portland arrived Tuesday night to
spend a few days with his relatives,
Peter Shafer and family of this place.
Walter Kisser and Ethel Shafer
spent Sunday with Harry Dixon and
family across the river from Indepen-
A number of Highlanders attended vicinity this season.
the "seven-cent" social at Buena Vis-, .
ta Friday night. For Sale S. C. White Leghorn
' According to the signs of the times, eggs for hatching. $1.00 for fifteen
from the plowing and seeding that is eggs. H. C. llannon, Boll phono
going on now there ought to be a C89. 37-48
THE WELL-DRESSED GENTLEMEN OF TODAY, AS A RULE, ARE
MUCH INDEBTED TO HIGH-CLASS CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS OF
AMERICA. NINE OUT OF TEN BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL MEN
ARE WEARING READY-TAILORED CLOTHES, NOT MERELY FOR
ECONOMY'S SAKE, BUT AS MATTER OF STYLE AND PERSONALITY.
IN CONJUNCTION TO THE
ABOVE STATEMENT WE
HAVE THIS TO SAY
THAT WE HAVE ON DISPLAY A HANDSOME SHOWING OF BISHOP
READY-MADE CLOTHES, MADE BY THE MOST RENOWNED MANU
FACTURERS IN THE BUSINESS. WE GUARANTEE A PERFECT FIT,
STYLE AND WORKMANSHIP. THE PRICES ARE $20 TO $35. WE AL
SO SELL THE BEST POPULAR-PRICED CLOTHING ON THE MARKET.
PRICES RANGE FROM $10 TO $18.
Salem Woolen Mill Store