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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1910)
INDEPENDENCE ENTER INDEPENDENCE, OREOON, NOVEMBER 4. 1810
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$10 TO $30
WEARY OP COMMON STOCKS.
THE WAV THEY ARE MODELED AND MADE, AND STYLED AND
TAILORED. 13 ONLY A LITTLE LESS SURPRISING THAN THE WAY
THEY ARE PRICED.
We Have a Reputation for
Building Good Clothes
WE HAVE A REPUTATION FOR BUILDING GOOD CLOTHES, AND
THIS PALL THE SHOWING IS ADAPTED TO MAKE ANY MAN
PROUD. LET US MAKE A NEW MAN OP YOU.
Salem Woolen Mill Store
Una a eoufh IXfor It
develop oroothin mar
la T Rir TC 1
It rlleve coughing IromedU
ately, ease oren la thji
lungi. looiena phlegm and
clean tba brotwtblal tub. It
1. a nno family remedy, pleas
ant to take and good lor chil
dren and adults.
Irtr 35c, S0 mmi
Buy tb $1 00 al. It contains
five timea ai much ai the 150
mt with each bot
tle . Dr. HerrJck'a Red Tepper
Poroua Plaster tor the chest.
NOTICE OP PINAL 8ETTLCM". ; - - -
'may b taken with prft aa(ny ty
Nolle, u ty th.l the c - :
dontlgned aduilulatratr x ot the uataie w(J a,(0 in(, (1.m , (UOBt ,uiti,bl
of George WhiK-aker, deceased, bai ' r,,mdy for MtUlnc and atrtrnKthi-iiinij
filed her final account In the county th.-lr wi-iiken.-d UIKtion and for n-it-una
nir ulatlH th bowels. Kor sale by all
court of the State of Oregon for t!n
. . ir.ni Katiirtlflv. tbe 121" .
day of November. 1910. at tho tiour A Chance w iraoe
10 in. thuroof. at tho court room will trade for anyuiing. ion air
of tho said county court In we u Konue river vaimy. vnas. c.
of Dalian, I'olk County, Oroijoii, liaa Indouondntire, Oregon.
b.en appointed by said court aa m
tiino and placu for the hearing of ob
Jortlotig to tho aid final account a,nd
thu settlement thereof.
NANCY A. WHITKAKEU,
AdiulDiHtratrix of the estate r-f
GeortfH Whl'eakJ'r, derwiM-d.
Imtcd and frat published October
14, 1910. U. F. Swope, Attorney. 20-4
Not Sorry for Blunder
"If my frlunda hadn't blundered In
thinking I was a doomed victim of
consumption, I might not bo alive
now," writes I). T. Sandern, ot nar
rodHburg. Ky.. "but for years they,
Baw every attempt to cure a ii:ik-J
racking rough fall. At last I tried;
Dr. King's New Discovery. The ef-j
feet wag wonderful. H soon stopped
tho rnm'h ami I am now In. better ,
health thun I have had for year.
This wonderful life-saver !h an unri
valled remedy for coughs, colds, la
grippe, asthma, croup, hemorrhages,
whooping cough or weak lungs. 50c
$1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by ail druggists.
Vote for I. II. Van Winkle, of Sa
lem, republican candidate for Circuit
Judge. Two to elect. (Paid adver
Eye Salve Curee Sore
WILLIAMS DRUG CO.
nnri' i imtfl!)
111-20 of all
It waAatluiatcd that for one year,
the bum of $1.8..0.0i.U.uuu was sp. ;
fn nli-olit.lle. iiuors. ,(1H ....,
UII'-lllJ iu' ,
tlila tho Indirect cxpcm;u mid the
computation that l.MtU.000 men and
women are dally either mentally or
pUyHlcully disabled for work as the
result of' drinking; then b-t us add the
additional expenno of the judiciary,
tho police force, tho Jails, tho prisons,
the poorhouses and tho asylums; the
value of grain, wasted and the labor
used in tho manufacture and sale of
alcoholic beverages, then the total
cost of atrouK drink to tho nation,
In dollars and cents, cannot be less
thaw $:i.500,000,00u annually.
l Ullti, i,fl:;,oi i.KH' for uinnuiu
Utito, s.at.M,,lu.Ports. - . . Sugar and
. ,lltui . i,;iii,pu,Z24 tor niijut t.'
T-,,ii, ,'l m a'eV dei't i;,:U7,4'JO Kor Flour
o" p.:, L.;.,f ' d State- , J Kur oo-eu and Worsted
(iovenlm,,a ,ua..y. 622.321,44 ood . . .. . . . ......
T iX't-r' '" mooo.ot.Tlffi'ra Pubi.h'ln
: v..,l...r nf ..mnloves .... ror .iei
out 'A hiiHhnients are in
and the rest in the
mited States used In one year:
Malt HquHo .... 1,821. 8t!7,627 Kalona
Wines 57,738.818 gallons
Distilled liquors . . 140,084.436 gallons
H. HIR3CHBERG, PRESIDENT
A. NELSON, VICE-PRESIDENT
C. W. IRVINE, CASHIER
140 8 199,966,423.96
" I From these figures you will note
total ..2,019,690,911 gallons that the consumption of liquor has de
eretiseu aim iuixl (jiu..tw.nv, --.
has been the cause of this decrease,
does truly prohibit.
The following table shows the
amount of money spent for liquor as
compared with the amount spent in
the necessities of life, material need
ed In various industries, public edu
cation, in churches and foreign mls-
Aa Realized in Oregon
The 1909-10 budget for the state
nnnttivntlnrir ia J159.142 EiehtV-five
' J . . . T " . Jl !
per cent ot this, accoramg to waraeu
Transacts a General Banking Business
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
H. HIRSCHBERG,' A
NELSON, D. W. SEARS,
OTIS D. BUTLER
B. F. SMITH AND
....... EnDn. turn mid muxe ft ror rurmii . . T . .,!.mM i9 una tn nauor. rne asyium
prison: ' ForB'Ck 16 000 0 0 cobU . 911,324: Fifty per cent of the
i nited Sta es drink bill I For Churches 205 000 000 insanity Is due to liquor. The court
- ,on ... ..$1,745,300,385 For Potatoes and officers expense in civil courts
United State's exports, in .. For Silk Goods .... .... ""-"""'"1 due to liquor for two years is 1858,-
OOO. AUQ tnese uuiuuuls iubciuci mm
the total expense of the liquor traffic
for Oregon is as follows:
For penitentiary $135,270
For asylum 455,662
For court and police exp., 858,330
rftkktie and j imnasium $ced&.
JOHN DEERE FARM
We have the walking plow, the gang and the disk,
have the steam plow, made by the John Deere people,
everything in the line of farm Implements.
Lead The World
The Kentucky grain driy. give the best of eatlsfactlon to all
e We hafe tS disC both single and doubfe. We have the
Z JsLe drills of this make. We are Polk county agenta
lor Monmouth, Alrlle and Independence.
JOHN BEERS EUQGIES ARB AU WOMT
Total cost of saloon for two
years .... $1,449,262
Total revenues from saloons
for two years 512,002
$ki(de, 8kisle Sfapairhzg.
The actual cost of liquor traf
fic to taxpayers of state, $937,262
Aa to Our County
The taxes due to the saloom must
be paid by the taxpayers. Each coun
ty must.jay according to the assessed
valuation. rne taxaDie oropeny ui
Polk county is $13,052,420. Of this
$11,038,770, or 85 per cent, is out
side of the cities. Under the license
system the cities get the license
money and are the causes of most
all the expense. But the farmer must
pay 85 per cent of all this expense.
The saloon Is a curse to the farmer
financially as well as in every other
way. Then to tninit mat uie meek
er Oregon Home Ruin Association"
wants to rob the farmer of having
o ,-io-ht trt-hpin knock out the saloon.
it 4a a travesty of justice. Every
hrmsn unit taxDaver should vote
329 'X NO. 342 X YES, 344 X
YES. and 100 X YES.
c-,wc an Iowa Man's Life
The very grave seemed to yawn
before Robert Madsen of West Bur
lington.Iowa. when, after seven weeks
In the hospital, lour oi we uest puj
dcians gave him up. Then was shown
the marvelous curative power of Elec
tric Bitters. For, after eight months
of frightful suffering from liver trou
i.u onj viinvu inniwiice. eettine no
I help from other remedies or doctors.
i five bottles ot tnts maituiosa men.
cine completely cured him. It's pos
itively guaranteed for Stomach, Liver
, or Kidney troubles and never disap
points. Only 50O- at an arugsii.
Think of Who?
Think of Geo. C. Will, the Salem
music dealer, when purchasing a pi
ano. He will appreciate your trade.
Free on Trial
WOMEN REALIZE THE CONVENIENCE AND LABOR-SAVING
VALUE OF AN ELECTRIC IRON. THE
COST OF ELECTRIC ENERGY USED AMOUNTS TO
LESS THAN FIVE CENTS PER HOUR.
PHONE HOME 5010 OR BELL MAIN 41 AND WE
WILL SEND YOL AN ELECTRIC IRON ON THIRTY
DAYS FREE TRIAL. AT PRESENT THERE ARB
OVER 50 ELECTRIC WON IH UtS IN THIS CITY.
.J. L. WHITE, LOCAL MANAGER.