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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1910)
The following oi on the high
ihool fund. wbHh It the result al
the election last week. howt how
the people of the county M toward
the hlRh si-hool. The outlying dts
trtota. It will l '". ltn lne eI
ceptlou of South Fall City. South
Monmouth and a few othor precincts,
voted anal"" the measure. It U sur
prising that the measure should have
Buffered t the hands of the voters
an. I it can be explained only In the
belief that they were not properly
Informed ou the subject. This fund
of money would bo available only
for the purpose for which It was vot
ed. Tiio .iitil.ui was well and muster
fully handled In the Independence
Enterprise an Issue or two before the
election by County Superinienaem
Seymour and almost every voter In
the county got a copy of the paper.
They must have followed the advice
of the Enterprise and voteu
Southeast Pallas .. ..U8...
South Pallas 128...
North Monmouth 41...
North Independence ,. 126...
rtlaek Flock 34...
North Dallas 00...
North Falls City "3...
j..,.ih Valla OlIV 67...
69 ... .
t id IIilltllA?
Boys and Girls Msy Be Had
Boys may be had and aometlmes
girls. The older ones at ordinary
wages and others t- be schooled and
cared for In return for sllsht sorvlo
For particulars address W. T. Gard
ner. Supt. noys' and Girls' Aid Sod-
down 'etr of Oregon, Portland, Or.
the measure because tney were nui.
thoroughly Informed on It. I Dr. Duganne, Ccnt'st,
For Against pendence National nana.
jo J21 : Independent,
Kd Shermer waa helping Mr. La
evv dlv rotators Monday.
li.inh Davidson was haullna hay
to the depot Monday and loading It
In a tar to be shipped to a Dallas
Mr. Sharu. who bought a part of
farm Is building a new
87' granary near the road.
it! How's this for Willamette valley
A, II. Uicey Hug one po
tato that measured tmneeii um-
In length and three that measured
thlr:y-lx and one-half Inches In
length. The potatoes were grown on
tit Nevll place near the station.
Donald Holler Is visiting friends
Fred Wells drove to Independence
to church Sunday night.
a number were out hunting aionuii)
as that waa the last day of the open
Several of the farmers are at
work In the fields as we are having a
few days of sunshine.
P. T. Peterson and sons are plow
ing for Fred Frederlcksen witn two
Facts for Weak Women
.i. l . ..I U dua la sou
Um ol lh orsa d.stUMXlr IwaieiM. h sickow so o-
"Br. Tierce's Favorite Prescription
It Make Weak Women Strong.
" siek Women Welt.
ion.. hr Ih. whol. " "TV ' M. oue,oBini. .i.min.tloo. sod
tZZtttt. .r --or., -a so abborr...
7rZM bra a. to th. .Tmp.om. ol
tiZl fulisr sffMlio-. loiJ- o worn", but tuo..
mn. ol po.itlv. cur. .r. r.l.rrd to tha I'eop s t-oin
and up-to-d.t. F.ditioa. Mot r oo r-..pt o 21
,1 .ump. to eov.r oo.t oi aaailia .-j-; or. la cloth
tiaafel .or -n R y pi..Hu.f.lo.N.Y.
The Kind with a Reputation
W . . .-. I
THE BEST RANGES IN THE WORLD BY ACTUAL
TEST OTHER RANGES FR0M $27 UR. OUR AS
SORTM ENT OF HEATERS 13 LARGE AND VARIED.
WE HAVE THEM PRICED FROM $2.25 UP. WE AL
SO HAVE A FINE LOT OF FIRE SCREENS, AND
IRONS AND FIREPLACE SETS
YOU CAN BUY ANYTHING YOU MAY NEED IN
CORRECTLY FURNISHING A HOME RUGS, CAR
PETS, DRAPERY, BEDDING, CROCKERY, WALL-PA-PER
AND PICTURES WE WAVE THEM ALL, HON
EST GOODS AT MODEST PRICES.
340 COURT ST.
YOU WILL FIND HERE FOUR FLOORS OF GOOD
CLEAN UP-TO-DATE GOODS.
OUR FURNITURE STOCK CONSISTS OF SUCH
WELL KNOWN LINES AS GLOBE-WERNICKE BOOK
CASES, HOOS.ER KITCHEN CABINETS, HEYWOOD
BROS. AND WAKEFIELD CO. CHAIRS, ROGKERS
AND WICKER GOODS. 8TICKLEY BROS.' UPHOL
STERED FURNITURE AND MANY OTHER EQUAL
LY DEPENDABLE BRANDS.
IN OUR STOVE AND RANGE DEPARTMENT WE
SHOW A COMPLETE LINE OF
South Bend Malleable -
E. L. T OWN SEND
has purchaaed B. T. H '
BARBER BHOP AND BATHS IN THB INDEPENDEHCB HOTEL
Hsra is a chanca to get a flrt-claaa "njJJLcut:
SALEM, OREGON j
RAVoral nf the farmers went to see
tha fln blooded horse at Zellescb's
last week. It was brousht down from
Mrs. Cleve Prather and child of
Duena Vista were the guests or Mrs
P. T. Peterson Sunday afternoon.
Thanksgiving day Is drawing near
and the turkey's getting dear.
Oscar Petersoa Is cutting wood
for F. O. Frederlcksen.
There will be Sunday school and
nrwarhlnir here next Sunday morning.
Wa understand that Rev. McCain
is to preach next Sunday In the new
school house In the American Bottom.
Ppter Peterson helped Ralph Davld-
nn nnH Dfiii Grlusby butcher hogs
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas
Frank J. Cheney makes oath tnai
u m, .oninp nartner nf the firm of F.
HO .3 DC""" t- . I .
J. Cheney c Co-, ouius
.i.. -.i... TnloHn f!ountv and State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE nursunnu y""
LARS for each and every case of ta
rrh hf cannot be cured by the use
of Hall s catarrn v-ure. mm-n.
. . n ymmm ma aiin Bumtuiucu
...... th Aav nf 1)6-
ln my preseute, imo .. ---camber
A. D. 188S. A. W. GLEASON
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter
nally and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free. F. J.
CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by all drusglsts. 75c
Take Hall'a Family PiUs for con
CRYING FOR HELP
Lots of It In Independenco but Daily
ml.. Hrlnova rrv for help.
Not an organ In the whole Douy u
Not one so important to neauu.
The kidneys are the filters of the
When they fail the blooa ow
nnrl rwif anil OUR.
There can be no neaiui
is poisoned blood.
Backache is one or tne iusi
tions of kidney trouble.
It is the kidneys' cry iui ..d'
Twwa K-iiinev Pills are waai i
Are Just what overworKea Kiuuey
ti,q, tnt.hen and invigorate i"
1 llij -.-c -
M,imro. hoin t.hflm to do their worn,
ever fail to cure any case oi m""
t w AvrA Fifth St.. McMinn
j allien u, j v, -
irl A -ir
ville, Ore., says: -uoan s "w
Pills have been used by myseu,
o nthwr members of my idiou
for disordered kidneys with good ie
r cavfi a statement tor puuu
cation recommending this remedy in
1907 and I can say at this time uin
,.,qu nnn-Rr:t n every oeiaii'
i... n onlora price O"
tor saie uy -
-. tj.. Train
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name uoan s
take no other. .
Shall Women Vote?
t. n aia mtlllnna would VOte LIT.
King's New Life Jills the true rem
edy for women, f or Dmm..6 -..,
fagged feellnss.backache or headache.
constipauon, aisi)enn1K v.u, --- -lng
appetite and toning up tne sys
tem, they're unequalled.. Easy, safe,
ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SAUTED MEATS
FISH IN SEASON
ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE PAID EVEHV 30 DAYS. CASH PAID
FOR VEAL AND PORK.
POLK COUNTY BANK
Pali Capita!, $30,600.00 Transects I Eeceral Banking Business
orrroeKS ano directors:
J H. IkwkT, Pr-. J. B. V. Butler. VloaPr. Ir. . Pow.ll. Cash.
P.welL J. B. nmy. t M. Simpson.
A live business training school. Endorsed by b..a '"Z
whose graduate. s.ure ponitions and hold them. Living ,rnaea low.
in continuous session. Send for catalogue.
W. I. STALEY, Principal
COITTAGE H OTEL
CHARLES SAVAGE, LESSEE
Special Attention to Commercial and
Your Fir Insurance
On account of the great demand
for a mutual Ore insuru"
here la Independence py uie
generally I have arranged to repre-
sent the Farmers' rue
elation. Chaa. E. Hlckfl.
wwoen Independence and Sa
lem dally, except Sundays. Passer.-
una frelaht buaineea
t Ttinemondenoe .KiSO a. m.
Leave independsnCe 0:00 p. m.
Leave Salem , 0"
n . OA vx m
Leave Salem a "
SKINNER BROS, OWNERS
TtMB TABLE .
prom hdtfpncltKe to Daa
Tratn No. 64 leave Independene
aSr8:00 a. m. and Monmouth at
6-16 a. m. and arrtveB at "
6:40 a. m. , . TT,tnnndenoe
Train no. os v; fc
d t 10:60 a. Monmo a
11:05 a. m. ana v
11:30 a. m. , tntpnendence
- P. nTaTd Mo.mouth at
6:30 P. ra. and arrives at -
. i ianci for Alrlle
rroin . . .u").
Tratn No. loarei ladopendence
dally at 7:00 a. m. and Monmouth at
7:16 a. m. and arrives at Alrlle at
7:50 a. m. . i.nnlinrir
Train No. 73 tesvw iuuvv -
dally at 1:10. P, v JBa at'
8:29 p. m.
From Dallaa for Indapenoonca
Train No. 65 leaves Dallas daily
J : --a ltfrtn month lit 8 : do
n. m. and arrives at Independence at
9:16 a. m. . w.n ih
Train No. 69 leaves
at 1:00 P- m- and Monmouth at l.io-
n m. ana mrivoa i .----
at 1:40 p. m-
Monmouth tor AlrUe.)
Train No, 71 leayaa DaUM daily
Mrmmniith at a:l
at b:w p. .-rr vr.r.nr
p. m. ana arrives i iuuoiu
at 8:40 p. m-
From AlriW for Independence
itrliA daily at
a-IB d m. and Monmouth at o.&o a.
m, aiia arrives oi
9:10 a. m. ... ,
Train No, 72 leaves Alrlle daily
at 4 05 D. m. and Monmouth at 4:40
pt m. and arrrvea at Independence at
4:60 p. nv
5, " I.Vif ' i,1
a GL Hawkms
, terr 'woiit, eto.
sure. 2;c at aa uruegi.-'m.