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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1910)
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TO SING HERE
It Is not always that Independence
it In line for the best entertainment
that make the northwest. But occa
sionally we get a taste of the good
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things in store for those who perse
i Tere. Rev, Weber has secured the
Willamette Glee Club, which has no
superior in any or tne vreguu "
to give their entertainment on Fri
day night, April 8, at the opera
house. There are eighteen choice
young men who have been specially
trlnrt h nean F. S. Mendenhall, Di
rector of Music In Willamette Uni
versity. The boys were received with
great enthusiasm in the larger cities
of the northwest last year and this
week they are working the cities
along the Columbia as far ss Dolse,
Idaho. They give classy, original
songs, many funny stunts, fine read
ings and a most amusing comedy
sketch, "The Rajah of India".
The Ladies Aid Society of the Meth
odlst church is sponsor for the at
traction. The prices will be 25, 35
and 50 cents. Whatever the ladles
make by the entertainment goes
towards the new church building.
Here Is an opportunity to get a very
enjoyable and profitable entertain
ment and also help a worthy cause.
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An interurban service that Is de
signed to nit ths needs of the cities
of the state has Just bevn announced
by the lUrr.uisu linns. Beginning
this week. gaolln motor cars will
be put in service on the main line of
the Southern I'ailflc between Ash
land and Grants Pass and another
on the Spilnitfleld branch between
Albany and Springfield. Another car
of Hi same type will be put on be
tween Pendleton and Umatilla on the
O. R. Y N. wllhln the coming week.
These motor cars are designed to
handle hx al business In the territory
they cover and serve the different
communlt'es much In the same wsy
as Interurban fie. trie trains. They
have been found very convenient
wherever tried and will no doubt aid
th dttvelonnient of the districts
served to a great extent.
The Great Northern Railway plans
to run Its cra-k limited train Into
Portland by June 1, using the Union
Pacific and Northern Pacific tracks
by virtue of the traffic agreement
existing between the Hill and Harri
man lines In the northwest. This will
mean the Inauguration of additional
train service between Portland and
Puget sound points, as well as from
this city to the east.
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led. Modern loctrle eqaipm.ut. Hert metlicl.
Wise Dental Co.
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C. W. HENKLE
' and Licensed Embalmer a
Bnccessor to Bice & Calbreatn T
, and H. H. Jasperson
T Undertaking Parlors, Indepen-
$ Calls Answered Day and Night,
Both Phonee Lady Assistant
etery work, etc
cure from her pupils obedience to
rules and regulations unless she be
careful to fill her own obligations.
Any attempt to demand higher stand
ards of action than she is willing to
comply with will be speedily detected
and resented in tardy obedience to
her requirements and criticisms to
his derelictions of duty.
In conclusion I would say a few
words regarding the duty of a teacher
to herself. There Is a general stand
ard of deportment expected from all
men and women. From this demand
the teacher does not escape. There
fore a certain dignity in her deport
ment will east credit upon her calling
I Honesty is recognized as one of the
hmhooi traits of character. We
should be men and women of convlc
tion. We should possess that staying
' quality which will not allow us to
be ridiculed: like Caesar's wife we
should be above suspicion and upon
our lives should be no stain of dis
honor. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury,
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely de
range the Whole system when enter
ing it through the mucous surfaces.
Such articles should never be used
except on prescription from reputable
physicians, as the damage they will
do is ten fold to the good you can
possibly derive from them. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains
no mercury, and is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. In
buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure
you get the genuine. It is taken in
ternally and made In Toledo, Ohio,
by F. J. Cheney Co. Testimonials
free. Sold by druggists. Price 75c
per bottle. ,
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
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SIRED BY THE MIGHTY ZOMBRO 2:11, 18 NOW AT THE
INDEPENDENCE RACE TRACK WHERE HE WILL MAKE
THE SEASON. K. N. WOOD, MANAGER
R. D. COOPER, OWNER
Caught in ths Rain
then a cold and a cough let it run
on get pneumonia or consumption.
that's all. No matter how you get
your cough don't neglect It take
Ballard's Horehound Syrup and you'll
be over it In no time. The sure cure
for coughs, colds, bronchitis and all
pulmonary diseases In young and old.
Sold by Williams Drug Co.
WILL BUY MOHAIR AND WOOL
I am agent for the Polk County Mo
hair Association. You may list your
fleeces with me or I will buy ths
same direct. Allen T. Clark, Mon
mouth, Oregon. Both phones. 43-4
Saved from ths Grave
"I had about given up hope, after
nearly four years of suffering from
a severe lung trouble," writes Mrs. M
L. D!x of Clarksville, Tenn. "Often
the pain In my chest would be almost
unbearable and I could not do any
work, but Dr. King's New Discovery
has made me feel like a new person.
It's the best medicine made for the
throat and lungs." Obstinate couKhs,
stubborn colds, hay fever, la grippe,
asthma, croup, bronchitis and hem
orrhages, hoarseness and whooping
cough, yield quickly to this wonder
ful medicine. Try It. 50c and $100.
Trial bottles free. Guaranteed by all
MEAN8 MUCH TO PORTLAND
Portland will have anothes great
flour mill soon. Balfour, Guthrie &
Co., wheat and flour exporters, have
completed plans for erecting a big
mill at the foot of Tenth street on
the Portland water front. It Is ex
pected to be ready for operations dur
ing the coming fall and will cost
about $250,000. Plans provide for a
combined mill, wharf and elevator.
The contract for the wharf structure
has already been let. The mill will
be reached by ocean steamers and
by railroad tracks as well. It will
be operated by electric motors and
will be one of the most 0 modern
flour milling plants in the country.
Its dally capacity will be about 1000
barrels of flour.
IN THI DEPARTMENT WI CARRY THI iET THt MAAKIT
AFFORD. OUR tTOCK It ALWAYS FREIH AND UP-TO DATE.
Wt CLAIM AS GOOD A LIN AS CAN BE FOUND ANYWHERE
AND THEY ARC UP-TO-DATE AND SPLENDID BUYS. BEE OUR
NEW LINE OF MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S OXFORDS
AND PUMPS IN PATENT LEATHER, GUNMETAL, KID AND TAN.
WE WANT YOUR PRODUCE.
P. H. DREXLER
GROCER AND CLOTHIER
will be devoted to the literary, libra
ry and athletlo fund. Each tag will
count ten votes. The grade selling
the largest number of tags will re
ceive a gold ring to be presented to
tha chosen representative of that
Presentation will be mads during
the literary program on Saturday ev
ening in ths public school building.
Everybody should get tagged and tie
a booster for the Interests of our
boys and girls.
Mat Warren entered the fifth grade
this week, coming from Monmouth
district. He Is a tuition pupIL
An excellent program is prepared
for the Institute. Hear Superintend
ent Ackerman and L. R. Alderman on
Frldar nluhL Make this a week of
events In ths history of Independence
by coming out on Friday .Friday nigni
and Saturday to ths institute and
Saturday night to the sooial. A new
Independence Is our motto.
Cattls and Hogs Advance
Cattle and boKS have made new rc
ords In the Portland live-stock market
during the past week. Hogs sold at
the remarkable price of $1150 per
100 Bounds, live weight, and steers
of the best grade brought $6.75 per
100 pounds. Mutton also attained a
record, a lot of good grade lambs go
ing at $12 a 100 pounds, an unusual
price for any season..
R;. TURNS TO OLD I '''
lie expects to leave here Wednesday"
and will visit for a few days In anJ
! about Newberg and Portland. Next
Monday a week Mr. Davis and fam
ily will go to Suu Francisco where
they will loin a brothr of Mrs. I)avl
and with his family they will go' to
gether to Kausas.
The good wishes of all Indepen
dence will go with Mr. Davis and
family to their home. The Enterprise
Is disappointed that Independence can
not claim this estimable family per
manently here. They are, Indeed, de
sirable rltli'ens and their loss Is felt.
In regard to the new firm, the En
terprise wishes them much prosper
ity. Msy they bs associated long to
gether to both prosper and be happy.
E. C. Davis this week sold i In
terest In the real estate firm of Da
vis t Ferguson to W. A. Tucker of
Monmouth. Messrs. Tucker and Fer
guson will run the Monmouth real
estate office in connection with the
Independence office, Mr. Tucker re
maining at Monmouth in charge of
that offflco. Mr. Davis will return
to his old home at St. John, Kansas.
Worse Than Bullets
Bullets have often caused less suf
fering to soldiers than the ecxema L
W. Harrlman, Burlington, Me., got In
the army and suffered with, forty"
years. "But Bu klen's Arnica Salve
cured me when all else failed," h
writes. Greatest healer for sores, ul
cers, boils, burns, cuts, wounds, bruis
es and piles. 2'c at all druggists.
Csrd of Thanks
Mrs. H. II. Jasperson and family
desire to express their sincere thank
and appreciation, for the kindness
and sympathy extended to tbem by"
their many friends at the time of the1
illness and death of Mr. H. H. Jasperson.
Mr. L. H. Farnham, a prominent
druggist of Spirit Lake, Iowa, says:
"Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are certainly the best thing
on the market for constipation." GIv
these tablets a trial. You are certain
to find them agreeable and pleasant
In effect. Price, 25 cents. Sample
free. For sale by P. M. Klrkland.
Best Treatment for Colds
"Most ordinary colds will yield to
the simplest treatment," says the Chi
cago Tribune, "moderative laxatives,
hoc foot baths, a free perspiration
and an avoidance of exposure to cold
arid wet Jfr treatmont." While this
i ires con
, ',',r for a
! s almost
. ' ' . it
ing it mu
day or t
su.' to )
not better to ,mi your .ii to an
old reliable preparation like Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy,, that is famous
for its cureg of colds and can always
be depended upon? For sale by P.
M. Klrkland. .
The Tag Sale
Each grade in the public schools
chose a girl contestant for the tag
sale of Saturday. Tags will be sold
for ten cents each, and the money
The Olver Chlled Plow Works are
the largest plow manufacturers in
the world. They have been manu
facturing the Oliver Chilled Plow for
over forty years and are still at it.
Many imitations are on the market
' but you cannot afford to buy any
thing but the genuine. No dealer
should tell you that his plow is as
good as the Oliver. Among all plows
the Oliver s'.ands at the top. Oliver
Chilled Plows are made to work In
any soil ana give 'the br;t satisfac
tion. Hanna Bros., the! . icnts, car
ry nothing but the best in everything.