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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1910)
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Portland. Ore.-(To the Edltor.)
ln the Portland evening papers of
September 30 there appeared an In
terview credited to Senator Bourne,
in which he endeavors to deceive the
people Into the belief that i am a re
actionary and am not in lavor 01
grecslve legislation and favor return
ing to the old system of electing Unit
ed States senators.
In answer to this communication
and other false and misleading arti
cles recently published. I wish to say:
Statement No. a is a part of the direct
primary law and I have heretofore
..k,(i oKitAd. and now state again.
that I will oppose by every means
within my power any effort to amend,
modify or repeal, or In nay other
manner render less useful or less sa ls
factory, any part of the direct pri
mary law, including Statement No. 1,
or any other law written on the stat
ute books by the people of this state
under ths InKUtlTS and wf.rt.nd urn.
If I mu eJecti sne I wiu w
tempi or uiwJrt w
chan or repeal
Uw Statsuu-nt No. i. or ny other
Uv Routed by tbs pU. '
part of ny of tneiu. a- - "
the kw nl pre-Went of ttu body.
I have nev-T .onTorwi "
?.. induce any other
rnunner or i -
i,,ut hli obllitiitton or
nienmor in - .
. , i-, emollient No. 1. and
i .m elected governor I .h.H pursue
.,., nJ ihall cot In uny
manner or by W mean- interfere or
attempt to Intorfer. with the conJu-.t
ny member In this particular, or
Induce him u v'ol.ue "
I. iu:--oslblo for the r-,vrnor to
"... ' . ol eiy iuw for
. . h. it within IU
me nt1' - , ,,,
,o a Mil over the veo of the
goven.or. In older to prevent t..e
w,ssit.l !ty ol any af.expt bein ui-e
to am.nd. mod.iy or repeal any o
those Hfitu.es. I would finest that
... .,..... f.,r tne legislature be
Invited to subscribe to the win- Mi-
gatlon I have heretofore iake -now
taw. namely, thai they will jv
e in every way any attempt to
' , rnnl any law
amomi, uiouu v.. -.
nm,le. This will be an
effectual guaranty to the people that
these men. when elected, will not un
dertake to tamper with these laws,
and I respectfully call upon the nom
jnces to define their position upon
I do not anticipate that Senator
Bourne has any fear "wt"
Statement No. 1 will be repealed or
. , , thnt I will violate any ol
li r i..il obligations I would
owe to the people as governor of this
state, but I do Dene ' -
indulging in a few cneap -the
two-fold purpose: first, of ondeav
oring to induce the people to forge
hl3 own shortcomings in the reoeot
past as a senator, and second, in the
further hope that he may create a
false issue under which he m ght be
returned to his high o nee. -oently
feels that he will need the of
flee of governor to assist -primary
campaign two years henc
,, mnv doubts as to
bis ability to coerce, or otherwise to-
duce me to favor hWn over
didates in that p-1mary nomination.
mm Coun. MulliuuuaU.
A DIU to Ann! a Portion of Wmb
Ington Cour to MUinomn.
339 X N
A Bill to CU the County of Ne
317 X No.
A DIU to Create Orchard County.
333 X No.
A Ulll to Create the County of OtU.
321 X No.
A mil to Create the County of Wil
liam. 32 Yes.
32'. X No
A mil for uu Art providing for thi
Creation of New Counties, iowuc
tc . and changing boundarle of
istlni? count to, etc
352 X Yes.
You are asked to consider welt i
above measures and by voting "So
on all division measures, and "Yes"
on the bill giving the counties full
ontrol of all local matters, you will
!). relieved of such duties at future
..motions. Your careful, conscientious
consideration Is asked. Respectfully.
STATE ANTl-m laiuiN
It'a the World'a Beat
No one has ever made a salve, olnt
ment or balm to compare wlili Hu k
len's Arnica Salve. Ifa the one per
u..r nf Cuts. Corns, llurns
Bruises, Sores, Scalds, IKl!s, I'K'er..
Eczema, Salt Rheum. For Sore Kyes,
... cr.r.a rhanned Hands, or
cum . . -
Sprains. It's supreme. Infallible tor
Plies. Only 25c at all drugnisis-
i if v.. winklo of Salem, rcpub-
i. ii. 1
llcan candidate for Circuit Judge. Ho
has practiced In all the couns
haa had seven years Judicial experl-
oooiotnnt tn Attorney-General
3 1 - -
Crawford. (Paid advertisement.) 21-23 1
Spend the Summer at
can bo found.
Outdoor Sports, all Kinds
..tcluding l.untln, KUhlu, dicing JZ
a..,.ng. HMUK. Au.olug. Cai.o.. and U 1 ur.
ter and the boat of rooa at Vr ,!KOi:SI.
Fl.h and Vegetables of all klm. daily. DhAL ( AMI IN..
with Btrl. t eantiary regulation- at n.n,U.I t.
Ixw ltound-trip Bea-on Ticket, fro... all K,!nt. In OreMn.
E. atntlons Albany and west. Good going on Saturday
and for return Sunday or Monday.
A Sunday Excursion
Rate of $1.50
n r .,,,.. for full particulars as to rat.-s. train s.n 'lui.s. v
LErC o;ouri:ea,1t.fu..y...ustrated booatet. 'Outings Ore-
gon." or write to
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT PORTLAND. OREGON
i All Who Love
Jpixrest of the
Look to v a"" "
b-4 ( th "Modem Dealer"
FOR FARM PRODUCE
BY THE -
A Daslness Directory of eo Cltj,
T.-. nnil Village hi Oregon and
WnKlilnKton, glvliin a Uei:riitlve
Hketrh of each iihui. Location,
Klilpping Facilities and a Clari
fied Directory of each BualneM
R. POLK & CO., In.
fhint tt rieht to vote to
create new counties and double their
v, nan not Know
eXPeUr'.';;o counties and should
uons in -- A ...
vote against all dWaicn auu
the law allowing counties to settle
their local matters among w""-
Thanks for the Pool.
uv.nn thA middle of the I
... h the dividing !
l.ine between Umatilla county and the
proposed new cbunty. wn.cu u-
yet been christened. Under thie ar-gemantti-W-abaSpr.-
will be in the new coum.,.
ing the pool. Thanks ror u ,
. .nnnt he Cured
. , it,.tinna as they cannot
Dy local ovli. ' .
reach the diseased portions of the
ear. .There is only one way to cure
, that is by constltution-
ueaiucaa, ..DQ y,.
al remedies. Deafness is -an
laflamed condition of the mucous
ntRp.hlan Tube. When
HUlUg Ul L" "
this tube is Inflamed you have a rum
t ,i imTiprfect hearing, and
D1IUE BUUUU -
when it is entirely ciosea,
u .,, nH unless the inflamma-
iue icouii. .
o v, tnkfn, out and this tube
restored to its normal condition, cas
ing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases in ten are caused by catarrh
which Is nothing but an innamu
dition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that can't be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., xoieuo, u.uu.
Sold by druggists, 7oc.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Succeed when everything else fail.
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they ar the opreme
remedy, ae thousands have testified,
FOR KIDNEY .LIVER AND
b ia the best medicine ever sold
When alone In the election booth on
November 8th, when scanning your
ballot you will read substantially the
A Bill to Create the County of Clarke.
335 X No.
A Bill to Create the County at Des
chutes. 350 Yes.
351 X No.
A Bill to Anne a Portion of Clacka-
IS THE BEST
After . flreat many year, of pract,ca. experience In the piano ,
we are convinced that In many respect, the Baldw,n I. the best .n.tru
met on the marKet. The Ba.dwln peop.e make the best piano that men
ey and .kill can produce. No other instrument w. .tand the te. of
t.me .ike the maflnif.cent Ba,dwin. Some of the most renowned artist,
in the world use the Baldwin and cannot praise It too highly.
The greatest academ.c musician of France, Raoul Pugno, Honorary
Pressor of the Conservatoire, Pads, celebrated pl.nl and composer,
uses and prefers the Ba.dwin piano at home and abroad. He writes.
-It satisfies me completely! A great planol"
, the same esteem instruments -of Baldwin manufacture are held by
artists and connoisseur, without number In a,, parts of the wor.d. Vol
untary testimonials of such celebrities as Madame Schuman-Helnk, Emma
Eames, Natalie Ourazorf, Marie de Verfllny, Jeanne Jome.M, Blanche
Marches,, Ceiestie Nei.is, Liza Delhaze Wickes. Kar. Breitner, Germaine
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others are In the Baldwin files. .
But not only the artists and connoisseurs delight in the praise of the
Bad-win instrument, It is a significant fact there are today over two
hundred and fifty thousand (250,000) piano players and organs of Baldw.n
manufacture In dai.y use in the homesof the United States.
The reputation of the manufacturer is a powerfu. sel.ing force to, the
dealer. The reputationof the House ofBaidwin is wor.d wide and every
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octm CARD AND WE WILL TELL YOU MORE ABOUT THE GREAT BALD
A POSTAL CARD AND wtwN pANQ
Salea Music Company
W1 CTnBir. 135 NORTH LIBERTY STREET, NEAR STATE
mpw STORE. 135 NORTh
NOW IN OUK rn
over a druggist's counter.