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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1910)
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INDEP'NOtNCi, ENTERPRISE. INDEPENDENCE, QB.EGON. APRIL I, Wft.
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Aperfrrt Remedy forCtmsnj
tton . Sour StonacJt.DUrrtoa
nns and LOSS OF SLEEP.
For Infants an3 Children.
The -Kind You Have
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A. C MACERS. Pnpridar
TELEPHONE MAIN 175
Standard Liquor Co.
WINES, LIQUORS 8r CIGARS
146-156 S. COMMERCIAL STREET (
Chas;E. Hicks Real Estate Co.
Have bargains in farm lands.
3-YARD PATTERNS, STAMPED, SPECIAL. .$1.50
NEW IDEAS AND DESIGNS IN TABLE RUN
HANDSOME NEW PILLOW TOPS FOR SUM
Mrs. S. C. Wall
270;N. Cpm'l. St,
CHARLES SAVAGE, LESSEE
Special Attention to Commercial and
160 Court street. , Telephone 209 Main
Telephone and Mssenger Service at Hotel
ONLY 60 DAYS ARE LEFT
YOU HAVE ONLY 60 DAYS IN WHICH TO BUY 10 AND 20
ACRE TRACTS OF THE CRAVEN FARM AT $100 PER ACRE..
AFTER THAT THE PRICE WILL BE $110 AN ACRE. FOR
TERMS APPLY TO THE
W. A. Tucker Real Estate Co.
Following l the ruU of the ptl-
Ing con Ivy. hold March 11, 1910. In
school of two or morn rooms, re
ported by County School Superintend
eiu H. C. Seymour;
Fourth Grsdn Firm plac: Dallas,
HalUton and Fall City a ti for 97
per coat; second place, independence,
96 per cent; third place, Bethel, 93
per cent. '
Fifth Grade First place. Dallaa
BalUton, Buena Vlma. Falls City and
Mack Rock tie, 99 per cent plus; sec
ond place. Monmouth, 99 per cent;
third place, Independence, 98 per
Sixth Grade First place, Monmouth
100 per cont; second place. Bethel
97 per cent; third place, Buea Vista,
95 per cent.
Seventh Grade First placn. Black
Rock, 100 per cent; second place.
Ballston and Independence, a tie, 99
per cent; third place, Monmouth, 96
Eighth Grade First place. Black
Rock, 98 per cent; second place, Mon
mouth, 96 per cent; third place, Ball
ton, 91 per cent.
acrobat finds It necessary at all times
to keep his muscles and joints supple
That is the reason that hundred! of
tlura keep a bottle of Ballard's Snow
Lin men t always on hand. A sure
cure for rheumatism, cuts, sprains.
sore throat, lame back, contracted
muscles, corns, bunions and all pains.
Frice 25c, ROc and $1.00 per bottle.
Sold by Williams Drug Co.
It is raining a nice warm rain here
now. The grass is growing nicely.
Harry Davis of Monmouth Is run
ning a donkey engine for Mr. Still-well.
Mr. Benshine has just come back
from Seaside where he purchased a
farm of one hundred and sixty acres.
Forty cows were Included with the
place for which Mr. Benshine paid
Wm. Herren Is milking two cows
and expects soon to be taking milk
to the cheese factory.
Lawrence Pies went trout fishing
Saturday. He was out two hours and
caught thirty-five fine trout.
Ha'-ry Davis has been ' ping
with Wm. Herren for a few i . ,.
Wallace Tuttle and wife, firmerly
of Independence, are expected in on
the boat Thursday.
Mrs. Rosla Herren visited Mrs.
George Crimmons Saturday.
More than nine out of every ten
cases of rheumatism are simply rheu
matism of the muscles, due to cold
or damp, or chronic rheumatism. In
such cases no internal treatment is
required. The free application of
Chamberlain's Liniment la all that is
needed, and it is certain to give quick
relief. Give it a trial and see oij
yourself how quickly it relieves the
pain and soreness. The medicines
usually given internally for rheuma
tism are poisonous or very strong
medicines. They are worse than use
less in cases of chronic and muscular
rheumatism. For sale by P. M. Kirk-land.
The Enterprise desires to correct
the statement made In the obituary of
Mr. Jasperson in last week's paper,
that 'he was a member of the church
of Latter Day Saints. He was a mem
ber of the Re-organized Church of
Latter Day Saints which differs from
the , before mentioned church and is
particularly opposed to polygamy.
A Healing Salve for Burns, Chapped
Hands and Sore Nipples
'wig salve for burns, sores,
.3 and chapped hands
4 Salve is Mont er"?"
the pain of ,t burr
!y, and unl : s the
.!, li a.a He- parts
' .iig a scar. Price, 25
Stomach Blood arid
Maw lltkMN Star vitfc Mk stoaaacb, aad aowaqiwal
t mm, UpovrUhd Hood. Nenr.ua ead Bele.paople lack
CnJ, rick. rad blood. Tbair HmmU m4 avioralia.
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ary," which ia madisiae oa khovh coMroamoN, bavin
a eonpMa a4 inraiianra ia plaia Knglitb on It hm
lle-wrappar, numt baiaf atlaala4 aa eornot andar oath.
Dv Ptena'a HmuiI Mt rmgml tW Imrtgmrwtt Sfmmh,
ltwr and Rowtt.
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has purchased E. T. Henkle'i
BARBER SHOP AND BATHS IN THK INDEPENDENCE HOTEL
Hare la chatica to get a flratKlnas alitta and hair cut.
(Succesaor to Dynamite)
la tha powder that will clear your
land of stumps. No thawing required.
No headaches. Fumeleas and safe.
Call or writ for circulars and prices.
POLK COUNTY BANK
Paid Capital, 530,000.00 Transacts a General Banking Business
OFFICERS A NO DIRECTORS:
J. H. Htwley, Prat. J. B. V. Butler, Vlca Pre. Irs C. Powell. Cash.
T. 8. Powell. J. B. Jtamy. I. M. Simpson.
I). A.SMAP1SON, Prop.
and H' iret
Tubular Well Drillers
8ame prices for wells drilled wlth; their new larger m j
. diameter drill. Wells for Irrigation purposes.
We wish to inform our patrons that we have just Joined an adver
tising exchange association, and we believe It will bring good re
sults, therefore we ask that all whose contracts have expired, and
others who have not yet listed with us, to please call and give us
a new contract, and we win do our best to sell for you.
DAVIS & FERGUSON
C. B. KOOZER, PROPRIETOR
First Class in Every ReBpect. Open Day and Night. Regular
Meals, 25 cents. Short Order at1 all Hours. Give us a Trial.
cents. For sale by P. M. Kirkland.
From Independence to Dallas
Train No. 64 leaves Independent
dally 6:00 a. m. and Monmouth at
6:15 a. m. and arrives at Dallas at
6:40 a. m.
Train No. 68 leaves Independence
daily at 10: GO a. m. and Monmouth a
11:05 a. m. and arrives at Dallas at
11:30 a. m.
Train No. 70 leaves Independence
daily at 6:15 p. m. and Monmouth at
6:30 p. m. and arrives at Dal as at
From Independence for AMie
Train No. 61 leaves In'" -ndence
(Jail at 7:00 a. m. and Monmouth at
7:15 a. m. and arrives at Airlle at
7:50 a. m.
Train No. 73 leaves Independence
daily at 2:30 p. m. and Monmouth at
2:50 p. m. and arrives at Airlle at
3:25 p. m.
From Dallas for Independence
Train No. 65 leaves Dallas daily
at 8:80 a. m. and Monmouth at 8:65
a. m. and arrives at Independence at
9:15 a. m.
Train No. 69 leaves Dallas dailj
at 1:00 p. m. and Monmouth at 1:35
p, m. and arrives at Independenc
at 1:40 p. m. (This train connects at
Monmouth for Airlle.)
Train No. 71 leaves Dallas daily
at 8:00 p. m. and Monmouth at 8:25
p. m. and arrives at Independence
at 8:40 p. m.
From Airlle1 for Independence
Train No. 62 leaves Airlle daily at
8:15 p. m. and Monmouth at 8:50 a.
m. and arrives at Independence at
9:10 a. m;
Train No. 72 leaves Airlie daily
at 4:05 p. m. and Monmouth at 4:40
p. m. and arrives at Independence at
4:50 p. m.
Plys between Independence and Sa
lem daily except Sunday. Passenger
and freight business solicited.
Leave Independence .. 9:30 a. m.
Leave Salem 3:15 p. m.
SKINNER BROS. SKIPPERS