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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1901)
INDEPENDENCE RNTEHIWSE, INDEPENDENCE, 0I1EH0N, AUGUST 211, 1101.
Read This, Consumptives
" From (ho way my wifa coughed for sis months, I kiww she bad. consump
tion. Mm showed It in ber face, too, nod her body watted away to mere tkela
ton. After Mia L-it down in bod the doctor couldn't da anv uood. I ullul in
Hawsen, each of whom is a nrst-claas
bth Ir. T. A. Shannon and Dr.
pliYulcrun, but llioy bud nothing
that would reach (lie (rouble
in li.-r lnnj;. My wifu'n faiher
i xititi ti tw her one day. when
.In- f; .t very low. le liven In
C r Lake, Win., lnle we
li o i.i Kuo Luke, Wis. He
i ik l lit V new what wai needed,
mi l ma l me net a bottle 01
Ac'cr' Knlmh Remedy fur
l oiitii nitin. " I went t
Hcliiimli', our local druggUt,
and K" a bottle, and it bellied
hor ri'it awuy. She took eight
oc. bnttlei, and they put her
back on her feet and made her
an sound and well as any wo
man In town. She has taken
on tleth again, aha doenn't
cough, and if any one who
doesn't know the tacit wii to
be told nhe was ao oear death
with consumption, he wouldn't
belisve it. My wife does all
her housework, and at night
aleepiaa soundly as vou pleaae.
lleratomach no longer gives her any trouble at all.
am telling. If to. I advise you to aee J. N. Schmidt, the druggist who sold ma
Acker's Engllh Remedy for Conaumption. He'll tell you the aame thing. Ha
says Acker'a Engliah Remady ia wonderful in all throat and lung troublea ; that
u iaaold on a guarantee to cure, or money returned, and he never yet had a
bottle come back to hit atore. although be haa told hundreda of them. M v nam
ia Luther Hcdell. Kice Lake. Wis."
Ackar'a Rnallah Rented? ta old by all drucglata und.r a poaltlv (uarantaa
that vmir mon.v w b t Wiindf.1 In cat ol failure. ., too. and li a bottle ia
LnlOc bteUiand Cauda, la KnilanJ it. d jd., and 4a. 6d.
H amruw IHr abort awnnlti. W. It. UOOKXK CO.. Prvprtaon, Acn ror.
Maybe you doubt what I
A. S. Locke, Druggist. Independence. Oregon
J, E. Beeiley left Monday for a
Columbus Tetlierow was in town
Monday on business.
Miss h. Low, of Arlington, in
visiting friends in town.
Eugene Cattron, of Wasco, spent
Sunday with his mother at thin
New students are beginning to
arrive. The prospect for a full
school were never better.
Mrs, Sherman and her father
. will noon move into their mw
house, which is Hearing completion.
Glenn ltutler came in Saturday
evening from Eastern .Oregon,
whore ho has been for the punt nix
(Several ot the rooms of the Nor
mal are being repaperml and will,
when finishod, present n very neat
Miss Elhel Fore" lias returned
to her home in Monmouth nfter
pending a couple of months in
Mrs. Mabel Slants passed
through hero Tuesday eurottte to
Port Townseml, where she will
visit with her sister.
M. Daniel, our merchant
now in Scio making arrangements
to move his large stock of goods at
that place to this county.
Hon. J. II. Kinehart of Summer-
ville, Union county, spent Satur
day and Sunday visiting his niece,
Mrs. P. II. Simpson, of this place.
Krnest Younger has written that
he and his father will soon open
up a large grocery store in Pendle
ton, where they have decided (o
: " - CALVARY.
M. Tillery made a trip to Amity
Ike Elliott visited his parents in
Mrs. E. Dal ton visited friends at
Calvary last week.
Items are very scarce in this
vicinity at present.
Mrs, Jennie HeArmoml wus
quite ill last week.
C. K. Ted row was an Albany
visitor last Sunday,
Mr. Oirard will soon go to the
McKenzie Warm springs.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Simon's baby
has been on the sick list.
Jabfi Ferguson has purchased a
new steam engine and has started
up his thresher outfit to thresh
R. C. DeArinond'a wheat aver
aged 28 and 30 bushels to the
James llelmick and wife visited
Mr. and Mn. Metzler week ago
Mrs. James llelmick and daugh
ter, Mary, were Albany visitors
J. M. IVdrcw'ti summer fallow
of 8U acres a veruged 40 bushels
by weight (er acre.
Mr: Smith, a brother of John
Smith, after leaving here and go
ing east of the mountains, has re.
turned to the valley and rented a
farm near Dallas.
Eruptions, cuts, burn, scald and
aoree of all kinds quickly healed by
DeWitt's Witch Ilaxel fcalve, Certain
cure for piles. Beware of counterfeits.
Be sure you get the original DeWitt's.
A. 8. Locke.
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J v 'js js v- v v- i vssx Z
Her Uody Turned to Marble.
It was a warm, pleasant day
April 21, 1900 when Miss Aurilla
Sullivan, of this city, paid her debt
to nature and passed to pathetic
dust as was generally supposed.
But she turned to stone beautiful
white marble says the Baker City
She was the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. Sullivan, well and
favorably known in this com
munity. She was buried in the Masonic
portion of Mount Hope cemetery,
and the funeral ceremonies took
place at the Methodist church at
2 P. M. on the 2Hrd day of April.
Miss Sullivan was exactly 23
years of age at the time of her
On account of the misunder
standing of a somewhat peculiar
private nature she was disinterred
for removal to the Union cemetery
on the 23rd of May, 1901, having
been jut 13 months beneath
Mother Earth. The grass had
scarcely grown green over the
mound that sheltered her.
The girl's father was one of the
three gentlemen who attended the
reinterment, and to their utter
surprise, when the glass on the
casket was removed, the corpse
proved to have been petrified and
turned into pure white marble.
Three men were required to lift
the CHsket, and in life Miss Sulli
van never exceeded in weight over
1.J0 pounds. There was no odor
whatever connects! with the re
mains, nut me velvet inside ol the
casket was visibly stained, while
the silver handles and inscription
plate were untarnished.
First pub. Aug 2U. Laat pub. Kept 5.
Notice la hereby given that all Polk
county warrants euaoraed prior to
July 6, 18WI, are now due and payable
on preaeuiaiion at me omce of the
treaaurerof Polk county, Oregon, In-
tereat ceaaing from tbe date of this
Dated at Dallas, Oregon, August 30,
E. V. Daltos.
F- M-SKINNER, Prop.
....My personal attention given to
all orders entrusted to me. Prompt
attention In every instance
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This preparation contains all of the
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P. T. Thoinaa, Miniptervilli', Ala.,
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ill the natural digestive flaids. It
givea wesk toiiii'tjs entire rest.
restoring tiieir natural condition. A.
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Gilson, of PerrydaJe, .m Satur
day, August 24, 11H)1, a daughter.
and union Pacific
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Cook and Heating Stoves.
In order to reduce this stock wo will offer
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We can give you a bargain in first-cla?s goods.
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; Iaveii Airlie for
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St Paul Walla Walla.Lewis
Fast Mail ton,Spokane,Val
(lam via lace, Pull m a n,
Spokane. Minneapolis, St
Paul, Duluth, Mil
2 hours. Portland to Chieairo. No
change of cars. Tickets Fast via all
rail or via boat and rail via Portland.
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
All sailing dates
subject to change.
8 p m For San Francisco
fcuil everv 5 days.
except COLUMBIA KIVKK
8 p ni To Astoria and way
10 p m
4 p in
Steamers leave Independence water
permitting for Corvallis and wav
landings Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday 6:30 p. m. For Salem.
Portland and way-landings Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 6 a. ni. and
Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10a.ni
AL HERREN, Agt., Independence.
Shortest am! Quickest Line
ST. PAUL, DULl'TB, M1NNHAP0LIS, CHICAOO
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.
Dining and Ballet Smoking Library Cars,
DAILY TRAINS; FAST TIME, SER
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Tickets to points East via Portland
and the GREAT NORTHERN KY on
sale at Southern Pacific Depot and O. R.
& N. Dock Office, Independence, or
GREAT NORTHERN Ticket Office.
For rates, folders and full information
regarding Fastern trip, call on or ad
dress A. B. C. DESNIST0X,
City Pass, a' Ticket Agent, Portland
! Painting and Paper Hanging.
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Satisfaction Guaranteed. I
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I INDEPENDENCE, - - - OREGON.
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