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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1903)
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In all Its Branches
liny or night chIU promptly
attended lo. Hue hearse in (on.
iHH'limi i , ,' ,
AV. L. H I CIO,
nnnb!rr?r and punrol Pirector,
in is in u vn-y ml-
(', l'rown, of Judo-
i wiii iii our town Sun
li aeb d meeting til the
church closed the
jV Kelley i-i building a
iiroiiml Iii property,
In lj tin! looks of his
again after several week's visit nt
.Mr. Walter liriHin expect lo
imivti his family to Diil !nt the lirt
ol next week.
Mm. Zeilwr returned to Kiigcne
last Thursday, uflir a short virit
with oll friend,
Quiti' it number from here will
go to Kugene Friday to attend the
The youth training soe.ty were
entertained ly Prof. Prelum, at hi
?i i'K'll',y came homo. home Friday evening.
I a . i .... ..!..!
. i.'ns u. ..,,.. pftU Wyman resigned his posi
to look uft'T liii -. ti.m at Uallstou and ha accepted
a position in tin. training school.
v'Ik k nlid A. N. Pool i A far load of tehpl one pd'8
f a liire stork bani ! ," on th freight Monday eve
Lniplii ll on the Irn ! Walter (iriilin in delivering
I... -i.b.walU in! Thmwasa tar load of h-us...
. ,,, , , , , hold good of two Aimil h Irotn
Ihonld he looked after L . i i 11 . i
I . ,, .Nebraska unloaded hero Saturday.
ir.li.il, .-pniai.y " , , . ,
.d. of liidi j'i iidi'iico 1 1,1 j j
j A basket social will he given by
I o Mier h Mill work-1 the Monmouth Circle Women of
i Lis hull I building, j Woodcraft, March 21. l'.tO.'!, in the
in iiiulo nit iiiijro - WiumIuiiui hull, A cordial invita-
ic town when com- ti"h is extended to all, coujo with J
i well filled basket and enjoy a
1 t.l. ...... n I uruhMni Tlw, f ;,1a
. ...--.. v l lining. IHU Vllll(!
Mm. Frank Ifall, of ('ronton,) Presently the light became
visited relatives here lust week. stronger and Dr. Cue wan ahlo to
H, II. llaldwiu wiik up from I,,.;"'" proi-ssor iintf-n wnen
dependence. Saturday, on busi.,ess. I l,,v re held U. befire him and
to tnuiiierate other thing in the
Kten Carter, of Will, was B i room,
visitor in this neighborhood Hun- J.iHtaahe wiu feeling that hia
laY' 'victim wan eleurinif further and he
Mr, and Mra. tiua I'ugenkopf I Wu convinced that would cee
were Independence vinitora Hatur- normally i'rof. Kteina auddenly re-:
Jay, moved tne aiiaratun nnd Dr. taze
., , ..... , ,, . , wan In total uarkneHK.
Mr. Kohert H iiHon, of Ilenton ,, , , . , . . .
county, vieited relativeK hero bun- ., ... . . ...
. ' theory that man uoea not eeo with
' , the eye, but with the brain, the eye
Mr, and Mr. A. J. Hall, of only nerving lo receive the image,
Well, were yieltor in Kucna, Wed-Ihich lb optic nerve traiiHmiU to
rieuday and Thureduy. j tho tteat of percelion.
Mr. II. A. llaldwin and cliil-; If, then, the image can be trans-
dreu and Mr. C. K. Prewitt, left J milted to the brain without eyeu a
Saturday for Winlock, Wahh.
8. M. Daiii' l-. the Monmouth wno ,
merchant, trammeled buSii,ee, in 1 he lm'r PI'ratu. hH the
Uucm, several daya IhhI week. ""ie
. . . . ... I phone, with the substitution of
Jt ih announced that Jonn J.oy ,. hl fof
and wife are the parent, of a baby r
boy that arrived IhhI ed..e,day. I Dhyjjidtt18 ,mve eXFrirn(3ljt,d wilh
Typical March weather ia being ;tlm epparatUH, but none of them
exjicrienced hero lit prenent. Kain. J are able to explain how the as
tileot and iunihine play peek a boo tounding reeulta are obtained.
with each other and keep the pedes-; ' '
trian wondering "what next?" j uk-lul Children.
For a Ioiik time the I wo-y ear-old
Does your head ache ? Pain
back of your eyes? Bad
taste In your mouth? It's
Irour liver I Aycr's Pills arc
ivcrpills. They cure consti
pation, headache, dy&pcpsia.
2BC All iruggttU.
Wul luur UMiu.Lkvl or barri & kuniif.ii i
krowa or rwh bimrkl Tlwii
M 9t. rXMIMrt. ft H P. Mail t tut. , MM M
The NcwKpaper leullieal.
child of Mr. 1'. L. Mcl'herHoii. t'J N.
Tenili St., JIarrinburi;, I'u . would
motor came rolling j
I with tlmt big frciglit
fiiv with Mr. Creny rt
I He knows how to
if he does lull down
lowinnti iinu orotnor
InnilicH, of Ntdirnskn,
into town Unturday
I cur, Iiuviiif; ennrtfr-
nnd loaded nil their
into it. They had
B'cuttle, thrco honjoa
o coojm of chickens,
ir hoiiHt'lioliI goods
urn! buggiea and all
t to stay hero. We
cm and hope many
ladien will nerve hot collee tree. A
tihort program will bo rendered.
Mra. K. N. Hull was a Salem
vinitor last week.
K C. Cole, Buena's rustling
youn merchant, wan bucy last
week taking an invoice of etock. ; sleep but two or three hours In the
The new store in a credit tr Polk j y 'rt of tlie niglit, whicii made it
,v,o,,iv. it. I,na won i very hard for her parenta. Her moth-
. , er ciiiiclrtilt il tlmt I lie child had elom
exM-iiiiivu pauoi.i.K.r m in -... " ,roul)ll. alul llVe ,ler bulfofouwof
hue been eHtal.lidhcd h: ie. . t,"liumU-rli.ii."a Htomaeb and Liver
irn. f. Mall dclivcmd a vear. I T"I',,J,' Wl,U:lj '' Ler
,,, ... , . i ; and nhcHli'iit the whole night through
old hog to Allmn v butchers, 1 ue-, Two lOS).1) ,(f tLwe ta),e( Lave eJRfCt.
day. I lie animal nail never neen !ed a K-rmiineut eure and ehe Is now
kept U. nor had an attempt leen i well and strong. For ale by Kirkland
tuiuie to fttten it, yet the neat cum j lJ'uK t,'o.
of 17.40 wan realized from the; Collecting the Taxes.
sale. IWb hog raitsing pay? 1 j ;
, . 1 Dallas, March G. (Statesman
; fpeciai.j srienii rord and (hp-
Why ohould jieople ask for free
newspapers, ask the Toronto Eve
ning Telegram, any more than
they look far free cigars, free um
brellas, free walking sticks, free
! blind person cn see as well as any- collars, free cufl or free beefnteaks?
,i Every copvrf a newspaper is &
product which costs money. The
tailor, the tobneeonUt, the genta'
furnisher or the grocer is not railed
upon to supply free copies of the
products which they handle The
peopl who ere aggrieved if they
cannot get a free copy of a news
paper would not think of
Mfujfeiing for a place on the free
ist of a grocery store, a dry gooda
store, or butcher's shop.
It is the principle more than the
cost of tbe free newspaper idea
which is repugnant to all sound
ju:ai it through.
! uties report tbe taxes coming iu
I I'.. ....1.1 U.I..II '!'!..- SI,,r ''.. II
inwiiiii niM.ii i.i u.w.j . .... ... r , ,
l'imwi!v Munv nr Hfivin-r miH ra
II..,., 11 j. j rjt - -
It In the
the rebate. The total
irtiisenueignieeiimcviivury iriwr, , , , , - ,. p- .
IhlH is mi "o'er true tule." Having
lmpHned lu a small Virginia towu in
the wilder of IMC, it la a story very!
20 mills, corporation and school
district taxes to be added in the
THE FARMER FAILS
In health just s does the city-iimn, ind
he fulls commonly from the same cause,
stomach trouble." The farm is a
wholewtme place to live ; the funiwr's
me Is a Iienuny uie; nui no rxicrnm an
VHiitiv,rs can overcome the effects of a
di-aacd momncli. nen lac biohmcii
niiich iftlie prwnt. Lp to a short ' towns and where any school tax is
time ago Mrs. John K. Harmou, of j leviod hy the district; in Dallas 33
Melfa tSlalioii. Va., had no personal j mij,s jfl the totaj
kniwlod)eor tne rare euiaiive pro-
ertltw of C'liambei lulu's Cough Remedy
oho is quite sick with
I Dr. Crowley's family
SKiggs, of Dallas, visi
n Murphy Tuesday.
p. (7ooper, of Stay ton,
ds here last Thursday.
e Wilson has returned
Iter closing a term ut
Irs. Shirley, of Tolodo,
the family of John
)na Grange will meet
Wednesday at the
ughman is at home
nd its nHicrt
organs of iliReS
ttoti ami nutri
tion are ilis
eacd, the food
! eaten is imper
nd the conse
quent loss of
in physical de
bility. Dr. Tierce's
diseases of the
other organs of
di'r jition and
enables the ner
of food. It
builds up the
body with sound flesh and solid muscle.
T t tn bottlM of nr.
Mrdl.nl Wsoowry and trvrrni vinln ol till
IMr.nt l'ellet.' year gp lhi .prinj. and
have h.l no iroiililr wilh '"d,S',lf"
writes Mr. W. T ThomiMon. or Towonencl
Ci'Uter Co.. Monin.r-Wonl. fsll o tel
how thsiikftil I sm for the rjl h;li
fered so much .nJ it seemed that J ff
could do me no Rood. I sot dowo In Kh
one hundre.1 and twenty-five P"' ""
one hundred and .ity snd can do a day work
on the farm. I ha ""'"""''t.Ciood
cine to arvrral, and shall always have ooa
word to say for Dr. Pierce and his medicines."
The sole motive for substitution is to
permit the dealer to make the U"lemore
profit paid by the sale of less merkori
Xus nedicines. He -gams ; you lo,
therefore accept no subsUtntt for" Goldea
"Last January," she ssys, ' my baby
tM)k a dreadful cold and at one time 1
feared she would have pneumonia,
but one of my neighbors told me how
this remedy had cured her little boy
and I bcirau irlvinir It to my baby at
oiicuaod It soon cured her. I heartily
thank the manufacturers of Chamber
Jain's Cough Kemedy for plaeiug so
greut a cure within my' reach. I can.
not recommend it too highly or say
too much in Its favor, I hope all who
read this will try it and be convinced
as I was." For sale by Kirklaud Drur
Co. ' ' .
Yon Can See Without Eyes.
One thing is noticeable the peo
ple are paying taxes more cheer
fully than la.st year and do not
complain of the rigors of the new
law as at first, seeing that it has
done great good for the financial
condition of this county.
v To Earn the Subsidy.
W. R. ALXIJN, D. D. S.
i:. T. HENKLE,
. MAIN STREET,
I.NtiKPEXDE.NTE, - OkKG
J. S. 3JOOKE,
Only first-class workmen em
ployed in tho "Wigwam." Shop
situated on North side of C Street.
GEO. E. BREY
Prof. Peter Steins alleges that he
has discovered the secret of restor
ing eight to the blind. The an
nouncement is published in the
Revue des Revues by Dr. Caze, who
explains how Prof. Stein's tested
on him a wonderful apparatus of
Prof. Steins' invention, by which
the professor is not only able to
restore lost sight, but to give vision
to those who have never known it.
Prof. Steins took Dr. Caze into a
dark room and bandaged his eyes
so he could not see. lie heard the
professor walk to and fro, strike a
match and light a lamp. Then he
felt an apparatus fixed around his
temples, whereupon he instantly
saw a dim light which enabled him
tc distinguish surrounding ob
Farmers need rain and are com
plaining that the cold dry weather
is nor good for the growth of
grain, says a Dallab correspondent.
But it is said to be an ill wind that
blows no one any good. It suits
the fruit men and the railroad
management to Falls City says
the weather is ideal lor road build
iug, which suits them for to all
appearances, they will have a race
as for life to complete the road in
the required time to earn the
Dallas subsidy, lhe time expires
June 1, VJiM.
Disturbances of strikers are not near
ly as grave as au individual disorder of
the system. Overwork, loss of sleep,
nervous tension will be followed by
utter collapse, uuless a reliable remedy
is immediately employed. There's
nothing so efficient to cure disorders of
the liver or kidneys as Electric Bitters.
It's a wonderful touio and effective
nervine and tbe greatest all around
medicine for run dowu systems. It
dispels nervousness, rheumatism and
neuralgia and expels malaria germs.
Only 50c and satisfaction guaranteed
by Kirkland Drug Co.
HAY, GRAIN A!iD PRODUCE
Independence Feed Hills
Tickets io and from aloints East
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