Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190?, August 29, 1901, Image 6

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    INDEPKNOKNCK KNTKKriUSK, IXDKPKNDKNOK, OKKC.OX, AlkiU.ST 20, 1901.
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Education tor teachers, principal and super-
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j Three students granted scholarships in largo
i eastern universities in 1001.
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j circulars and catalogues, Eugene, Oregon.
3 TESKsetTSS-C
County Correspondence
UOCVA.
L. V. Hampton and family are
staying ou their claim this week.
George Derrick, formerly of this
place, was in this vicinity on busi
ness lust week.
Mr. Myers, of Dallas, passed
through here Wednesday on his
way to the Siletz.
Ben Harrington and family, of
Falls City, stopped at their ranch
Friday on their way honje from
Newport.
C. TeUen, of $an Francisco, and
Mr. Mays, the Elk City grocer,
were guests of Fred Wittenstrom j
Wednesday night
CKOWLEY.
G. F. Seely went to Perrydale
Sunday.
Cass Kiggs had his foot very
badly mashed one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. White were
visiting in the Eola hills Sunday.
Dr. Maud Holt is here visiting
her grandmother, Mrs. N. W. Har
ris. S. K. Crowley, of Monmouth,
was looking after business here
abouts Monday.
Mrs. James L. Slipp, of Portland,
has been here visiting her sister,
Mrs. Allen Rogers.
Henry White has rented the
farm of John Holmes and expects
to moye there soon.
Mr. Sherwood's little five-year-old
daughter cut her foot very bad
ly on a piece of broken glass.
Mrs. C. F. Patton, of Salem, vis
ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
F. White, a few days last week.
Crops are very good around here
this season, most all of the farmers
having more grain than they expected.
Finley Edgar was over from
Salt Creek Monday and said that
it hailed quite hard over there
Sunday night.
Mack Hubbard, who has been
working for his uncle, Sam Smith,
for several years, is moving down
near North Yamhill.
Sears fe Gay began taking wheat
into the Crowley warehouse on the
19th inst. W-W. Fawk brought
them the first loud for the season
of 15)01.
Those operating threshing outfits
say they are ''having a hard time
to keep hands, as many of the men
I wish to quit lo prepare for hop
picking.
Threshers seem to be in demand
around here this season. We
know parties who have been want
ing their grain threshed for several
weeks and it is still in the shock.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the rnoeous lining of the
Eustachian Tube, When this tube is
inflamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed, deafness is the result, and
unless the inflaniation can 1 taken out
and this tube restored to ita normal con
dition, bearing will be destroyed forever
nine cases out of ten are caused by
Catarrh, which is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that eannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. Che.vev & Co.. Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's family pills are the best.
Harvest will soon
this vicinity.
Miss Nellie Harris
be over in
and Miss
H. H. Jasperson,
UNDERTAKER,
Independence, :: Oregon.
Maude Patterson, of Independence,
were Suver visitors Monday.
C. K. Mcl.ane and A tt'u went to
AltHiiy Saturday evening.
Hop picking will soon commence
around here, hut pickers are rather
scarce.
The warehouse is running full
bluxt, as it keeps them hustling
get sacks to keep he niuchines
supplied.
Quarterly meeting will be held
at the school house at this place
Saturday evening. The services
will he conducted by Rev. Melsier,
of Dallas.
The many friends of Kitmaii
Vatiderpool will be pained to hear
of his death, which occurred Tues
day morning, after several weeks'
sickness at his home near Wells.
A young gentleman arrived at
the residence of John Quivey early
last Kridav morning, weight 12
pounds. John says ho used to
work, hut he won't any longer as
he now bus two bovs to work for
him.
iAitKi:it.
Nellie Haley is visiting here
with her sister, Miss Iva
James H-lmiek is shipping old
w heat to the Talmage mills.
William Fuo.ua has sold his hop
pnss to ll' tiderson Murphy.
John Gentry, of Highland, is
working for the S. V. Co. on the
section.
Charles Huntley, of Tnlmnir?. ia
I sacking wheat and loading cars at
, .
the warehouse.
S. II. McElruurry
had two
calves killed last
ween oy me
i . t
railroad engine.
W. Turnidge anil family, of Air
lie, spei't last Sunday here with It.
Swink and family.
Mrs. Smith, of Salem, spent a
tew days here last week with her
sister, Mrs. Vernon.
C. M. Bradley, while returning
from Corvillis on the train last
Sunday, lost a valuable hat.
Dave Haley has quit the section
temporarily and will assist Will
Scots through the hop season.
Ed Prather, of Buena Vista, has
been delivering engine wood for
the Ilelrnick warehouse, from Jas.
Prather's farm.
Can a man lawfully, or is it
morally Hght for a man to marry
his widow's niece? This if for
correspondents to answer.
Kinman Vanderpool,who lives near
Wellsdale, Benton county, died on
August 20th. We did not learn
the particulars. He was well
known in this county.
ZKNA.
P. F. Clark's wheat averaged 37 J
bushels to the acre.
J. B. Shepard's thresher is at
work near Lone Star.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Zone, of
Spring Valley, Oregon, a son.
Rev. McKinley. of Woodburn,
delivered a sermon at Zona last
Sunday.
D. 0. Henry, while driving the
cows to pasture last week, wrenched
his foot, which will keep him from
work for some time.
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Anerfccl Kentedy forfonslli
Iton, Sour Slonuwh, Diarrhoea
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ucss mul Loss OF SLEEP.
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MACT CC?Y OF WRAPPER.
Mr. Phillips and Mrs. Puncun
returned from the const last week.
They report the ro'tds very dusty.
Bob Ienl has a live sheep v.i:(i
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