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INDEPENDENCE ENTERPRISE. INDEPENDENCE. OREGON, OCTOBER 14. 1910.
Mr. Wb trakttr, F. FtlHrliie
nu Mr. Cauin! il. of MUhlaud w"r
hauling polog (ru, .r. Icji ui h n tli
Utter part of the wmj
Mm. Coiinott bu returned bow
fter h weik't viNit I.:, l uli't ci.detiie.
Mr.. Haunt l ' i ' I ' '' 1 '
nf her luimhtt'r. Mrs. Tartar of Air
V, Frdurt k'n went to Hina
Vista Friday. tr In Fa. I City.
John Wmd uitd f niiliy wine picKjiiiii Mrs. fc A. 1-aDow of
luti, ili gut of Frd Frdrck
cn't Bunday mid Monday, lis "III
)iid ik few day In Newport efor
It th World' Bt
No oiuj ha 'Vr made ft salvo, oint
ment or UUu to compare with Inn
long Ariilim Halve. If tho on per
f.-t be er of Cum, Corn. liurun,
Itrulat. Sore, Scald, poll, U.ers.
K r ma. Sa t Hlifuai. For 8oru Kyes, i Orgon It Most Proprou
Cold Sores, Chappd Hands, or J'u.sldoi.t Lou! Mill of the Croat
KpruliiH, Iff supremo. Infallible for Northern, accompanied by ft parly of
PIM. Only 25c at all druxt(lM , proml.ient bun!H'i mmi of Minneao-
ta, have toured the Northwest during
ot lung trouble," mrliua V. It. Nol
on of l'a:Uilij, Ark.,"" w Um all !
failed and I gained 1 pound In
wt-lidit. If surely tb king or all
oUhh and lun tqru." Thousand
o the r llvia and halih to It. It'
po-HHo y guaranteed for Cough,
Cold, La'Jrlppe. Aatbnia, CnupH
Throat and Lun troublca. f0e and f I.
1r a bott v free at all druh'su.
th pat ""k and invent mated bual-
Hi hh oiidl 1 iih. They- were mitor-
Ja k Hickman returned Friday from turn, j ,u Portland by the tuiniaer ia
h flith. ng trip. c ub. At a dinner given t'imii lin y
Mm, DuWItt U VH ilnrf her dsunh- ex pruned the oin-lon that no i."ni.iri
of the country can li,iw the pruapep
r a'l C"y oun o nlitioim found In tiie pacific
I'Pic for Frtd iet.ci: k. en cnu uay j tt,.,j OV(.r Sunday with her nisicr, N'J'Uiw,.tt states
liint we-k. - Mr, fr'arsh Davis. 1
of I:ule' c .'
Grandpa Zi'lsi n of i:i"o I Wr Fnrker arrlv0( from South Da
and hla duiiKbler of tnem were vllt- kot prllay wl,n two rarloada of
ltig relutlve at thla placo the lgl t i k and tiouaeiiold isooda. I
of the week. I kv, Uunanioro of lndepndenrt de-'
Mr. Kwlng, oyr ueton bona, la auf- j v, ri(j n a.idrea on th teniperance
ferlng from neuralKlu of the brain. queailon for tho W. C. T. tJ. at tho'
I'eu-r I'eternon bouKbt a pan of Kvu.:i ,elliul ihurch Sunday. J
tuulea rtxeutly. I Mr j.;va iiuiler went to Portland!
M.m No.llo Fn'dorl kMui "J,il- Sunday f.r n hhort vla.t.
cuti, , ut tho beaib. i mr aj Mrn. Cbarp New an ond
Cej, l)iiktii.iou uj a bi-Hii.ia 4 ; daughter, MUm Ethel Newman, re
ltor to Portland the first of '""'iturnej Saturday from h'lr tbree-n-k.
jnioniha' pfftaaar-t vii't ti I.rl-hton.
Grandma Davidson was ia!lJ Oj Mehlan. Miaa Ethel baa a'aln r-
6al,.U IttBt Ihurnday by tbe d,aln .umed hor poHition In the poa''fK
Of her alater. Mm. McCarthy of that j Wo j th(j cannery lB prjgreMM,irf ' 24a
LAURA PRICE, M. D.
Spaclalty Olaeases of Wcmwi
Boll Telephone MalD I'M
Farnieia a ad
Hop Grow ers
For your inauance
why nor patronize
Chas. li. Hicks
ul.l l.ine iMd 3'ntiiI Ci.-i' it i
THC ELDaiDSE "
C. E. Van All an, Pror
Large sunny room, eu suite or nln
Electric I'xh'i." taib and ptu.ni.
Tho Dkkenaon boy eommencod Jwt.,
f no under tho managemont of P. O.
thi Elila tiavidsoj.. farm
A. L. Chuto traded Ma farm her'
for one at Jefferson and moved ht3
fuml'y and belonnlnsa ther Kt
Commercial tt. Balem, Ore.
C L. HEWITT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office In Coopr building, room
and 3. Office hoars, 9 ft. m. to 12 m.
and 2 to 6 d. m. Call ai.tswerf d mn'it
Mrs. Amanda Douhly died at her nd day.
hon.e at o'clock Tueaday morning.
Mr. Douuhty was about seventy-five I B. F. 8WOPE
years of age. All of hr children ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTAR
were present at the time of her de- PUBLIC
mise They are as follows: Mr. Will practice In all cour
Grace Grant of Dallas; Senator Dough- State.
Miss Ethol Lewis wm visiting w'tb
fcer sinter at Suver Sunday.
MIhs Mabel Ellis of Independence
was a Parker vimi r laxt Sunday.
Mr. Petron a d F. Frederlcksen
went to Suver S'l
Mr. and Mr. E1k of Indepen
dence 're vlalt'ng their son and
family at this p:i e last Sunday.
Mls Myrtle lUlght started in
Mrs. Connntt. G' rdy and Oscar
Frederlcksen. and Fred Frederlcksen
and wife were the guests of P. T. Pe
terson' Sunday. i
Little Winnie and Jlmmie peteron'
were vlHlting Emma and Bertba Zl
li.h s.iniiut, afternoon I
Mrs. F. Frederlcksen went to In- sufferers whose lunss ara sore and
dependence Friday to have her eye racked .with coughs are urgod to po t
v... r,. t .. another climate. But this la costly
Several of the farmers were pick- and not always sure. There's a bet-( Farm sales a specialty. Satisfaction
ing apples In this-vicinity last week. trr way. Let Dr. King's New Discov guaranieea. ;
C. N. Strong of Wlnlock, Washing- ery cure you at home. "It cured me, AIRLIE, .OREGON
Probate matters and collet'
t- of Portland' Armllda. raradine, tion given prompt attention.
I John ard Charles of this place, me uS.
fun ral was held from the family rci-. Independence
dorcn Wednesday. Mrs. Dousiiiyi
h isbatid died some forty years ago.
Forced to Leave Home
Every year a large nurooer or poor
W. R. ALLIN, D. D-DENTIST
Both phonen. Cooper BHjf
J, S. SMITH,
LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEER
SENATOR A. S. RUTH
OF WASHINGTON, ONE OF THE MOST BRILLIANT ORATORS ON
THE COAST, WILL SPEAK IN INDEPENDENCE AT THE OPERA
HOUSE, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 14, ON
"PROHIBITION, A CURSE
TO GOOD GOVERNMENT' '
SENATOR RUTH WAS PRESIDING OFFICER OF THE WASHINGTON
SENATE LAST SESSION AND IS A SPEAKER OF CONVINCING ELO
QUENCE. HIS ADDRESS IS A DIRECT APPEAL FOR. A SANE AND
EFFECTIVE LAW AS AGAINST AN INEFFECTIVE STATE-WIDE
MEASURE ONE WHICH MAINE HAS REPUDIATED AFTER 60 YEARS
SUFFERING UNDER IT. EVERY CHURCH MEMBER AND PROHIB-(
ITIONIST SHOULD HEAR HLM. v
A Chanc to Trade . A doctor cauuot achieve Usa u
Will trn,l lnr .nv.hlni, Tn acrea ce " entitles him to. ufllesa
In Rogue river valley. Cbax. E. Hicks,
his prescr ptlon are accurately oun
pounded with fresh, pure dru.Tht' "
what we do. Williams Drua Co. lOtf
AJJetlder Blkker. What is ltf Ask .Mrs. A. D. Davidson was a Salem
us. William Drug Co. lutt vis. lor Wednesday.
H. HIRSCHBERG, PRESIDENT.
A. NELSON, VICE-PRESIDENT
C. W. IRVINE, CASHIER
Transacts a General Banking Business
- Interest Paid en i ime Deposits
H. HIRSCHBERG, A. NELSON, D. W. SEARS, B. F.
OTIS D. BUTLER
Hthletie and titkna$ium $sod&.
unt, Ammunition and Jhhing Ufaskle.
in- in ii - i iji- - i i -n-- I
The Common Housefly
I now the Justly deserving object of a national cam
paign In the interest of the public health. Flies carry
ft'th and disease germs wherever they go. We are sin
. cerely glad that we are able to co-operate effectively In
the fight against ho Housefly. Fllos and ELECTRIC
FANS do not agref. Flies cannot alight In a breeze and
it is a simple thing to keep -your kitchen, your living
; room a:id the sleeping room of your child free from the
. contamination of these insects. One electric fan la a
small household can usually be made to serve all three
purposes, besides freshening and cooling the air. The
new 8-lnch faouseh Id fan Is both, practical and inexpen
sive. Telephone NORTHWESTERN CORPORATION. The
real commercial spirit is to supply the needs of the pub-;
lie . as perfectly as possible, and we make a business of
satisfying our customers. Electricity is expensive only
to people who are wasteful. To you, who are naturally
' careful. It does not come high. Use Tungsten lamps
and have an abundance of light.
- ' E: W. KEARNS, Local Manager. 1