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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1910)
CIGHT PAOEt INDEPENDENCE tNTIH PRUE, INDtPIWDINCt, uwtuui, nuyt-.n ...
rkht brvi. nlita clas cattle and
! while eat these gentlemen will at
ton J Mr. 8inn'i auction eale and
will wore than likely make aome ad
dillonal purchases at that time. Mr.
Stump and Mr. Nelson are not high
ly pleased 1th the Jewey Island rat
tle which they purchased last prime.
It belli the ft mt Importation direct
from the Inland to Oreaon. Mr. Stump
write that the cow May Hloaaoni has
Improved wonderfully and la devel
oping Into a great cow. W'e shall
have more to nay about the Ken
tucky Jersey upon their arrival In
l'olk county Rural Spirit.
Benjamin Windsor to Harry B. Al
bert t al, S72 acre, t S a, r 4 ami
5 w, 110.
Mary A. Rmiuett and hd to W M
llonfleur. land in t 7 a, r 3 w, 7750.
C. 8. Illff ft ux to J V and Mary
A Kelley, 101.7 cr.., i a. r
If Pay Rent.
BUY Jl HOME )
TOT AY J
Tho only baking powdor
matJo front Royal Crapo
Cream of Tartar
KofilunnKo Lima Phosphate
WILL MAKE IT
A letter from J. B. Stump of Mou
mouth, Oregon, says they are getting;
Jersey crazy up that way and have
determined to make Polk county the
Jersey Island of the Pacific coast.
They have bought another carload of
Jerseys in Kentucky and Clark Hem-
bree of Monmouth and Ross Nelson
of Independence started after these ( Tuesday for La Crosso, Washington
cattle on the 2ith of October. me, where thev will spend some two
Mrs. Claudo Skinner was a Salem
It. Fay Dunsmore returned from
Portlund on Wednesday.
J. M. Virgin and C. Trultt nmde a
trln to Portland om business Wednes
For Sale A Rood covered spring
hticlc by F. S. Wilson. Independence.
Miss Katie Dunsmore has accepted
a position. In the Polk County Hank
X Dr. Lowe, tho optician, will be
In Iiideoendeiice December 1. Last
trip this year.
P. M. Klrkiand made a flying trip
to Portland and Oregon City on busl
ness and pleasure.
Patronize home Industry. The In
dependence Laundry Is open for biz.
All work guaranteed. We are here
j Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Taylor left
of twenty-one head of
months with their daughter, Mrs. L.
In order to reduce my winter stock
of millinery as low as possible, I will
sell trimmed hats at greatly reduced
prices for the next ten days. Mrs.
M. W. Wallace.
O. A. Macy of Newberg has taken
charge of the Spaulding Lumber Com
pany's plant in this city. They are
moving to Monmouth street wliere
they will install many improvements.
Maud Illff to J W and Mary Ai Kel
ley, 154 25 acres, t 8 , r 4 w, $10.
E A Iitibcock et ux to J S A they.
land lu Polk and Yamhill counties,
C It Frlein et ux to Peter Neu
feldt et ux, 30 acres, t 7 s. r 5 w,
It K Williams to Joseph I. Murphy
19.92 acres, t 8 a. r 6 w. $400.
Eleanor F Itutler to (linirgo lleeke)
3 acres, t 8 a, r 3 w, $;it.O.
J. W Dawson et al to W S llellyc
et ux. 34 acres, t 7 . r 3 w. $looo.
Nl holas Steele et ux to Edward
Steele. 70 acres, t 9 s. r 6 w. $:IS5(.
Marv E Connett to F W Smith
land Ism t 9 s. r 4 w. $4080
Edwin C Kevt et ux to Elsworth
Ptckel. li1.7 acres, t 6 s. r 5 w
Mary N Welch arid hd to Henry
Seaton land In Independence, $1.
I. s Krlnk rt ux to Mary M Har
rington, lots In South Falls City, $1.
n n Harrlnaton et ux to Mary M
Harrington., lots In Falls Cily. $300.
Charles O Foster to Walter
Tooze. 80 acres, t 8 s. r 6 w. $10.
Frank Bond et ux to Berthold M
Belike, 100 acres, t 6 s. r 8 w, $3500,
Sam Morrison to H M Acheson et
ux, 160 acres, t 9 s, r 6 w, $2500.
J S Shanks et ux to A L Hartholo-
mew, 44.50 acres, t 8 a, r 6 w, $3500.
Charles E Hicks et ux to Hanna
Bros, land In Independence, $1
Broadmead Land Co to Carl Behru,
lots lm Broadmead, $10.
O E Martin et al to Henry Conner,
land in t 8 s, r 7 w, $50.
Solomon Rlecs et UX to Alvln C
Countryman, 1 acre, t 6 a, ) 8 w, $80.
J S Cooner et ux to J R Cooper,
3 acres, t 8 s, r 4 w, $i.
J R Cooper et ux to Wm Herren,
3 acres, t 8 s, rj 4 w, $500
HAVE YOU HERD? (Heard)
about the big "drive" that's going on
down at this meat market. No!
That's really too bad,
THIS SHOP IS "DRIVING" TO GET
We really deserve it, because we take
euch pains to serve you and others
with choicest of meat at lowest of
prices. Try us and you'll be con
vinced. ORDEP1 GIVEN US.
RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
GEO. F. HECK
Bell phone 163 Home phone 410
Tew and ViJIuue ill Oregon and
Wanhington, giving a Di-wriptive
Rkntch of each plane, Location,
Shipping Facilities and a CJlaiwi
fled Directory of each Businew
B. L. POLK CO., In.
George Little et ux to B A Owens-
A doctor cannot achieve the auc-Adair, 10 acres, t 6 s, r 5 w, $10,
ium hl .Hit antltlaa Mm tn unless
bla prescriptions are accurately com
pounded with fresh, pure drugs.That's
what we do. William Drug Co. 10tf
The Portland papers in a recent is
sue have somewhat excited the citi
zens of Independenc, in regard to a
raise In the price of eatables, but lo
cal grocers see no cause for alarm,
up to date.
Independence athletes met Satur
day and organized a football team.
The following officers were elect
ed: Grover Mattison, captaini; Dole
Pomeroy, manager; Floyd Williams,
treasurer. They will give the fans
a "red hot" game Thanksgiving day.
Highlands View and Review Club
on last Thursday afternoon met at
the home of Mrs. H. Buffum. There
were nice selections of reading and
Miss Bertha Hamann. entertained at
the piano. After the program a dain
ty lunch was served. The club meets
at the home of Mrs. R. H. Campbell
For your insurance
why not patronize
Chas. E. Hicks
Old Line and Mutual Companies
U S Grant et ux to D J Riley, 40
.acres, t 7 e, r 4 w, $1850.
J C Hastings to Ollle Alcorn, lots
in Airlie, $10.
W L Frink et ux to A F Courier
and G F Vick, 146 acres, t 8 s, r 6
B B Harrington et ux to L S
Frink, 35.41 acres, t 8 8, r 6 w, $1.
I M Butler to Spaulding Logging
Co, lots in Independence, $170.
H W Knower estate, by referee, to
T Langele, 320 acres, t 7 s, r 4 w,
T Small et ux to J Van Meter, 10
acres, t 9 s, r, 5 w, $1550.
N M Dickey et ux to E V D Paul,
180.50 acres, t 6 s, r 6 w, $9044.
Martha Moreland and hd to O S
Welch et ux, 134.7 acres, t 8 s, r 4
Silas Orchard to H W Quiring, lot
In Dallas, $1500.
Dane J Purvine to Clara Purvlne,
lot In Independence, $500.
T B Kay et ux to C A Wallace,
-int 74-19 acres, t 7 s, r 4 w, $1500.
A S Campbell et ux to It H Smith
et ux, lot in Dallas, $525.
Two-candidates were initiated into
the Rebekah order at their meeting
last Tuesday evening and officers
were elected for the next terra. A
delicious lunch was servd.
Leroy Bierce and Miss Pearl
Wood, both well known young people
of this city, were married here Sun
day afternoon at one o'clock. They
left on the afternoon train for a
Mrs. D. A. Hodge of Salem attend
ed Rebekah lodge here Tuesday night
returning to Salem Wednesday morn
ing. Miss Rowena Sperling was a Sa
lem visitor Wednesday.
J. s. Bohannonwas a business vis
itor to Salem Thursday.
Miss Marie Veness of Portland," but
formerly of this city, is visiting Miss
Dr. J. R. N. Bell of Corvallis was
an Independence visitor this week, re
turning home on Tuesday.
The ladies of the M. E. church
will have their chrysanthemum fair
the- first week after Thanksgiving.
Full particulars will be published in
LSiivfng town Sell . reasonable,
new range, heating stove, sanitary
couch, china ' closet, , new axmineter
rug. Enterprise office.
ing you this ad
vice we do not mean VjW; H JljJlJ
tn ariviiiA rou to iro to "V ", 'u V
the poor house and bcoome a public 1 1
charge, but come to us and let ua ex-H
plain to you our plan of how you can apply k
your reut money to me purcuaso or a i.-
Dome, ao mat in a anon time you win oe
the possessor of your own place.
Neither do we me an that you should go
to the poor house to avoid the landlord
problem, but we mean that It will
pay you to step in or write to
ua for our proposition of avoid
ing him as well as the county's
home. Our plan avoids both of
these results. 1
If you have property that you
desire to sell the best possible
advice that we can give to you
Is for you to sit down right now
and write to the Chas. E. Hicks
Real Estate Co., telling them what
you bare, giving a full and com
plete description. They can sell
It for you quicker than any oth
er real estate firm In the Willam
CHAS. E. HICKS REAL ES
of Independence, Oregon
Send for list of farms for
one of the most
widely known real
estate firms of the
through Its range
of advertivtng and
pamphlets sent out
over the northwest.
They have done more
for publicity for Polk
county than has ever
been dono heretofore.
The company never
quits. Advertising mat
ter la going out every
day. List your furin
and kt it bs Bold
W. R. ALLIN, D. D. S.
Both phones. Cooper Bldg.
J. S. SMITH,
LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEER
Farm sales a specialty, satisiacuon
guaranteed. Independent phone.
Succeed when everything else
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the aopreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
FOR KIDNEY, LIVEH AND
is the best medicine ever sold h
over a druggist's counter. p
For pains in the side or chest ;
dampen a piece of flannel .with CI:am
herlaiu'B Liniment and bind It oi
over tho seat of pain. There Is
nothing better. For sale by ail ko1
Do you read It? It's a weekly pa
per, adapted especially for the Pacific
Coast farmer. Subscription price Jl.50
a year. Wait. You can read it and
the Independence Enterprise for one
year, 104 copies 52 of Pacific Home
stead and 52 of Independence Enter
prisefor the price of one, $1.50, By
spe:ial arrangement we are ably to
offer our readers this rate. Send in
your subscription now. Remember'
$1.50 for both. Pay either office and
mention this advertisement to secure
the two papers. This offer is only
to new subscribers of the E"terprire.
USEP IN THE U. S. ARMY.
The U. S. Army authorities know a gun ; that
is why, when they decided to equip some troops
with repeating shotguns, they selected the Win
chester in preference to all other makes. The
experts of the U. S. Ordnance Board also krtow
a gun ; that's why, after submitting a Winches- .
ter Repeating Shotgun to all sorts of tests, they
pronounced it safejvre, strong and simple. If
you want a shof!5 buy the one whoso
strength and reliability led the U. S. Army
authorities to select it and the U. S. Ordnance
Board to endorse it that's tho Winchester.
E RELIABLE REPEATERS