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INDEPENDENCE ENTERPRISE. INDEPENDENCE. OREGON. NOVEMBER 11. WO.
Mm. J. Mr Mlt'hi'll. an old and
hiahly rcunetied rt-dlU'-fit of lndi'in'ii-
.'he.', (IImI at her homo In this city
Wednesday morning. November U. al
fi:4ii o'cloik. w was ulghty-ulno
years of ago and had rwalded In In
dependence for Urn IhhI thirty years
Hh waa born In Klngfleld. Muliiu.
Mr. Mitelit'll, the husband of the do-
t uK.M, died here three years ago.
Mra. MIKholl leaven two children,
Mm. J. 8. Ilohannou and Mra. Flora
Kjnirr, both of Independence. 81m al-
CASTOR I A
For Infant! and Children.
Tlii Kind You Have Always Bm$J
OLD VIRGINIA FARMS FOR SALE
Send fur free. Illustrated catalog; larg
t lUt In -Virginia. Caatelman A
Co., Richmond. Virginia. 24-27
CHARLES EDWAJT MiOKf
(Ucstcbcster and German
Insurance aompanlaa of New York.
V Making Pure
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jj Mod. CmhcllvwT Co., UUu. Portluul, Onto
Compare Our Prices
With thMsnrn bar bn In Oi hah. I of mI
will mi tlmt wa olTiir you ft turxrtiaDtiiu Hfw
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And rou will mi tliwt w olTiir iuu
in on ell work and jrmi caunH ai
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nrve d. If daetred.
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frw wlinQ plat, or
t'riiWo work t. orde.
a, CoMultitlon In
Molar Cram $3.00
Enuul Filling ICQ
Sllvw Filling. .60
Good Rubbar M -.
Bait Rod Rutibw- ,
P.lnl.ii titr'tloa .60
iii li-avva three grandchildren and two
Mra. Mitchell waa III for only a
few days before her death. Funeral
aervlte were, held from her lt res
Iderii'o at t:3u yeaturday afternoon,
Jutemteut being madu In I. O. O. K
VALUE OF CLEANING UP.
What On WatUrn City Aoeompllthad
by a Co-oprtlv MovamanC
During a "clennlntf up day" held In
certtilii wetiteni city one-tenth of the
entlro poiiulailou Kindly voluntHrel at
the net tlino. and more dirt waa wrap-
cd together thuu 4.0IO teailia wnreablt
to rart a way. Men. women and chil
dren were atpong tho workira.
From autirW. when the buifla Bound
ed aaHemlily, until nlBlitfull the work
uovcr hulled for a inomout. Every
cubic yard of dirt ineuut tho riddance
of a uieiwue to healtb and comrort.
The city ordered alao a thouiiund ad
dltlounl waate cana for the aldowalka.
The aplrlt. the unity of action, waa
perhapa the trenteat aucceae of the
dny. Buch civic aplrlt cannot but com
mand aucceaa In the uplifting and con
atnnt progreaa of auch a city or town.
Many towna and clttea IbrouRhout
the United Btatea are doing everything
ponsllilo to keep their atreeta noat and
attractive. In nutneroua comuiunltlea
cluba of men aud women are working
In erhool yards, cleanlna' and beantlfy
Ing. putting up fencea. aeata. drlnklurf
fountalna. rallnR ting. luyliiK cement
walka and aettlns out flower.
Some cltlea are Inatalllng garbage
and atreet carta of an Improved type
which hna a aweepvr attachment and
nvee time, labor and money. Let
other towna and cltlea fall Into thH
move and eliminate the phraae "apot
leg town" and aubstltute "apotlena
To End Rat Nulianoe.
Byatemntlc orsnnlzed destruction of
rnta. In which every peraon In the
community enter, will always keep
the rata down In a locality and some
times almost exterminate them.
Care In disposal of K'lrbngc.
Care lu protection of fooda.
Cnre In providing no entrance for tho
rats to the buildings.
Careful, systematic, thorough work
In trapping and polnonlng.
Careful training of a good rat ter
rier. .Careful removal of all straw and
bay piles, loose bonrda and trash.
How Trad la Loit.
It Is a sad reflection ou retailing
that bo many cheap and flashy mull or
der bouses con succeed In .retting
trade nway-froui local dealers. It In
dicates a real lack either of good serv
ice and good goods at attractive prices
or of the knowledge where they can
be obtained locally.-PrlDters' Ink.
All work fullr wu-iuiteed for fifteen rears.
Wise Dental Co., inc.
f.ning Building, Third im) WatMniton PORTLAND, ORE.
Odio.How.1 A. M. to ?. it. IiuuUj.. "
Move In the Right Direction.
The Leavenworth (Knn.i Ad. club
has offered prizes to children for the
best compositions written upon the
subject "Why It" Is Best to Trade at
"I am pleased to recommend Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy as the best
thing I know of and safest remedy
for coughs, colds and bronchial
trouble," writes Mrs. L. B. Arnold of
Denver, Colo. "We have used It re
peatedly and It has never failed to
give relief." For sale by all good
1 Jfpple $mv
Will Be Held ,
novembcr 14 to 19, 1910
$20,000 n Premiums
Tho greatest variety of prizes, cups and trophies ever offered. Priz
es for single apples, boxes and everything up to full
carloads will be awarded
' $1000 Championship Carload Prize
For the best carload of 630 boxes or bushels. A floor space of three
and one-half acres required to house this great show. Besides the
exhibit of apples, apple grdwers, packers and cookers will learn and
gain valuable information.
Ample hotel accommodation without raise in price wlir ba provided.
Southern Pacific Company
LINES IN OREGON
Will have In effect low Rognd-trlp Fares from all poin or Ms lines.
For further Information apply to any S. P. Agent or to
mm. Ulcmurray, General ?mmtj. ft.
Our stock for Winterwear is Com
plete. Our men's, ladies' and
children's Shoes for wet weather can
not be beat. Men's and boys' high
top Shoes; just what you want for
winter. Also oil cloth and rubber
goots. Misses' Raincoats, Jersey
Leggins. All colors in children's
togue stocking Caps.
If you want anything for winter wear,
com to us, for we always carry
a complete stock.
Conkey, Walker &. Lehman
The Leading Store of Independence, Oregon
C. E. VanAllen, Prop.
Large sunny rooms, en Bulte or sin
gle. Electric lights, bath and piano.
248 N. Commercial st Salem, Ore.
The campaign In Folk county was
brought to a close laet Saturday night
when Hon. C. W. Fulton of Astoria
delivered an able and eloquent ad
dress to an attentive audience at the
opera nouse in cms cny. n
frequently applauded as he poured :
red hot political shot into the Bourne
The address was preluded with a
musical program in which the orches
tra assisted. Special numbers were
rendered by Miss Lora Craven and
Mrs. Shenefield, both of whom are
favorites with Independence music
Good Roads as Memorials.
W. W. Mitchell, one of the men of
menus at Cadillnc. Mich., has offered a
bonus, said to be as much as $300, for
each mile of good road constructed In
Wexford county in the next three I
years. FresumtUily one of the princi- j
pnl .highways lending Into the county
sent will be known as the Mitchell
rond. Whether it Is or not, the aid
given hi the creation of a county sys
tem of Improved highways will cause
Mr. Mitchell to be held in grateful re
membrance by. future users of the
Teacher in, Airlie School Dies
Mrs. Wilson, the primary teacher in
the public school at Airlie died at
the Airlie Hotel, Thursday morning,
November 3, 1910, at 1 o'clock. A
daughter arrived a few hours before
the end and was at the bedside when
her mother passed away. Another
teacher is expected soon to fill the
vacancy In the school. Observer.
A Chance to Trade
Will trade for anything. Ten acres
in Rogue river valley. Chas. E. Hicks,
L. L. HEWITT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office In Cooper building, room 2
and 3. Offtce; hoars, 8 a. m. to 12 m.
and 1 to 6 d. m. Calls auswered nighr
LAURA PRICE, M. D. '
Specialty Diseases of Women
Bell Telephone Main 193
B. F. SWOPE
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTAR.
Will practice in all courts of the
State. Probate matters and collec
tions given prompt attention.
Office, Cooper Bldg.
Pianos and Organs
the cheapest to the
sold on Installments
Geo. C. Will
EDISOM, VICTOR AND CO
LUMBIA CalHing macbines
A full stock of Records.
Geo. C. Wilt
Genuine need lea, oil aaf
new parts for an sewing
machines. Sewing machines
Geo. C. WUt
, SALEM, OREGON