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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1910)
INDEPENDENCE ENTEWPHUE, INDEPENDENCE. OWEOON, JULY 15. 1910.
Tbe Kind You Hare Always Bought, mid which has boon
la use for over 30 years, lias borne (he linituro n
ami has boon mauo under lii ioi
sonnl supervision ahico It Infancy.
,C&4ti Allow nit otin totlccclvo vmi In this.
AH Counterfeit, Imitation and "Junt-iw-Kood " ro but
Experiments that trllle with nndonilanjrcr the limit h ot
Infants and ChUdrcu Experience ngalut-t Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
CastorU 1h ft harmless fuibfttltuto for Castor Oil, lnro
pork, Prop mid Sootlilnjr Syrup. It I l'leiuumt. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Kareoilo
Mibstnncc. Its m:o i its uuaraiitoe. It destroys Worm
and allays reverishness. It cures Dlarrhu'a and "Vhul
Colic It relieves Teethlnjj Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tlu
Stomach and 1 towels, eri Inyr healthy and natural bleep.
The Children's Fanacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears tho Signature of
Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
thc ckntau eo.HNV, tt Mu.N.f TNKCT. ft kw vou err.
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A. C MACERS. Proprirtoe
TELEPHONE MAIN I7S
Standard Liquor Co.
WINES, LIQUORS Sp CIGARS
1 48-1 56 S. COMMERCIAL STREET
SALEM O REG ON
Coat Sets, 35c to 65c
Dainty Bags & After
noon Aprons. New
ideas in Waists and
Mrs. S. C. Wall
t 270 N. Com'l. St. Salem, Oregon
IN THIS DEPARTMENT WE CARRY THE BEST THE MARKETS
AFFORD. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH AND UP-TO-DATE.
WE CLAIM AS GOOD A LINE AS CAN BE FOUND ANYWHERE
AND THEY ARE UP-TO-DATE AND SPLENDID BUYS. SEE 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
NEWS ITEMS OF
The Rogue River viilloy will ahip
1000 curt of fruit this year, of which
4u0 cars will be pears, anil iu) cnr
will be apple. The rreaent crop I
pronounced the flnt'ft In the history o(
The detailed crop leport of lf dt
partmrnt of agriculture how tlm ren
dition of Winter whenc In Oregon, at
harvest this year, to have been KS. or
8 per. cent above what U ni tort
years. Thin la a decline, howevoi, of
4 per cent since June I, liirt
I.. W. Clap, ntate line operator,
ban established an automobile service
between Klamath Kalis and Crater
Lake. Mr. Olnpp hiiH the contract
with the Southern Pacific to handle
the through passenger service from
S.m Francisco to Crater Lake.
Jesse Power caeaped from his
nurse at the I'rlnevllle hospital Mini
i an fur miles over naud and stony
ground bare fno'cd and In his night
clothes before bolns overtaken by
Sheriff Klk In his nuto.
The largest Influx of settlers ever
known Into the Northwest, and cs i c
('ally Oregon, Is expteted this f i t
Some time within the next few wvc'.u
a conference of the T'.mscontinen! il
Passenger nsroclat!on 'll be held n
Chicago and arrangements will then
be made for the fall colonist rates.
J. S. Trunihle, a Rnin.ll dairy farmer
of Forest drove, bat received word
that he Is one of about 20 heirs to a
$400,000,000 estate located In heart of
Baltimore. There w as a 3!) year lease
on the property, which has Just ex
pired, the property having belonged to
Mr. Trumblc's great Rrandfather.
The Willamette Valley AppbfSi'ow-
ers' association adjourned at Salem,
alter selecting directors and naming
a committee of three to draft a bill
for presentation at the next legisla
ture. The ball will afk for an appro
priation to be used under the direc
tion of the experiment station In In
vestigating horticultural troubles, par
ticularly as to fungus growths.
The convention of the National As
sociation of Wool Growers, which will
be hold In Port'and in January, 1911,
and which should bring between 15,-
000 and 25,000 visitors to this city, will
do more to advance the sheep growing
business in Oregon than anything elHe
that could be brought about, Is the
opinion of Dan P. Smythe, secretary
of the Oregon State Wool Growers' as
Umatilla county will produce this
season between 3,500.0(10 and 4,000,000
bushels of wheat. Not only will this
be done, hut the quality will be the
best ever sent forth. This alone is a
factor of considerable importance.
Last year the total wheat output of
Umatilla was about 3,500,000 bushels,
although some Interests were Inclined
to figure that the production was con
siderably above this.
It cost the state of Oregon ?522 to
bring the Grant county murderers to
the penitentiary, one of whom Is to be
executed, the other lour to be incar
cerated for life. It Is the greatest
cost for bringing prisoners to Salem
In the history of the state. The pri
soners are Joseph H. Caseday, former
deputy sheriff of Grant County, sen
tenced to death; Bert GreerCBen Hln-
ton, Cm met and Earl Shields.
To obtain for Oregon a pure drug
aw was one of the principal subjects
considered at the 21st i:nmial conven
tion of the Oregon Slat-? Druggists' as
sociation, held July 12 to 15, at the
Gearhart Hotel, Seaside. Final report
was made at the convention by a
committee appointed a year 8r;o to
prepare a bill. A campaign v ill be
taken tip for bringing 'he bill before
the legislature at Its next session. The
bill Is to be patterned after the United
States pure drug law, and will enable
the druggists of this state to regulate
the purity of their drugs according to
the United Slates pharmacopoeia.
A peculiar coincidence came to light
at the executive offices when extradi
tion papers were Issued for Jesse Bur
leson, at the behest of the governor of
North Carolina. Burleson Is held at
the Coos county Jail on a charge of
murder. An extradition was issued
lor George Holder, also for the North
Carolina governor. Holder was also
wanted on a charge of murder. The
crimes were committed at different
times and in different parts of North
Carolina and had no connection with
each other. One was committed in the
fall of 1907 and the other in 1909. '
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
It lb bMt of all llolnM for the our ot diewfi,
diordn end OHkimiti pcouliar to women. II U the
aly preparation or Ita kind oavttaa vj m ngwunj '-
....I naritud and akillad ipoclalltt II
h diaea of woman.
It U a m( madioloa la eoadllioa of the ayatem.
THE ONH KKMF.DY which contain no alcohol
nd no injnriooa habit-formlsj drufa and which
raataa no ravioi for aueh atlmuUnta,
THF. ONH KEMgnV o good that It maker
ara not afraid lo print It every in radiant on
each outaide bottle wrapper and nttaat to Iba
,l.r..tM.. J il. unic ft. n.t a oath
It i .old by m.dicln. dealer ev.rywb.r. and any dlr who h.. I It
.t It. Don't t.k .ubatitute of unknown compo.itin lot thi. oiad cm. o
Known C0MroiTi0N. No eountari.lt i. lood a. th. enuiM and (h. tm
who ..y. .ome.hinl elM U "u.t a. ,ood .. Dr. I'i.rce V' i. -iiher m .t.kw .
or I. tryin. to deceive you tor hi. own .clh.h benefit. Such, man 0
truated. II. it triflinal with your moat pricele.. p..eioo-your lieaiiu
may be your lil. It.elt. St that grt what yon ".
E. L. TOWNSEND
ban purcha. d E. T. Ileiiklu'
BARBER SHOP AND BATHS IN THE INDEPENDENCE HOTEL
Hero la a chanco to K t a flrst-claa ahave and hair cut.
(Successor to Dynamite)
la tbe powder that will clear your
land of sunups. No thawing reijulred.
No headaches. Funtcli-sa and safe.
Call or write for circular and prlceg.
POLK COUNTY BANK
Paid Capital, $30,000.00 Transacts a General Banking Business
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
J. H. Hawley. ITes. J. B. V. liuth r, Vice ITt-s. Ira C. I'owell, Cab.
F. 8. Powell. J. R .'lump. I. M. Slmimon.
l. A. 11 AIMSON, ln.
Coi ner CoiniiM'icliil
tuiit State fSir-t
Tubular Well Drillers
Same prices for wella drilled with their new larger
diameter drill. Wella for irrigation purposes.
Railway Subsidy Grows.
MERRILL. That the people have
taken hold In earnest of the plan for
getting a branch of the Southern Pa
cific railroad into this city Is shown
by the fact that more than $2000 has
already been voIunUirity pledged to
help pay for the right of way between
here and Klamath Fall".
Flys between Independence and Sa
lem daily, Sundays included. Passen-I
ger and freight business solicited.
Leave Independence 9:30 a. m.
Leave Independence 6:00 p. m. i
Leave Salem 7:00 a. m. !
Leave Salem 4:00 p. m.
SKINNER BROS., OWNERS j
From Independence to Dalla
Train No. 64 leaves Independent
Hollo- fi-nn n m anil Monmouth at
6:15 a. m. and arrives at Dallas ati
6:40 a. m. I
NTn fift leaves Indeoendence !
. . -at A.X. 1
daily at 10:50 a. m. ana wouoiuulu 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 Dallas at
6:55 p. m.
From Independence for Alrlle
Train No. 61 leaves Independence
dally at 7:00 a. m. and Monmouth at
7:15 a. m. and arrives at Alrlle at
7:50 a. in.
Train No. 73 leaves Independence
daily at 2:30 p. m. and Monmouth at
2:60 p. m. and arrives at Alrlle at
3:25 p. m.
From Dallas for Independence
Train No. 05 leaves Dallas daily
t 8:30 a. m. and Monmouth at 8:55
a. m. and arrives at Independence at
9:15 a. m.
Train No. 09 leaves Dallas daily
at 1:00 p. in. and Monmouth at 1:35
p. m. and arrives at Independeuc
at 1:40 p. m. (This train connects at
Monmouth for Alrlle.)
Train No. 71 leaves Dallas dally
at 8:00 p. m. and Monmouth at 8:25
p. m. and arrives at Independence
at 8:40 p. m.
From Alrliei for Independence
Train No. 62 leaves Alrlle 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 Alrlie daily
at 4:05 p. m. and Monmouth at 4:40
p. m. and arrives at Independence at
4:50 p. m.
G L Hawkins
etery work, etc