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INDEPENDENCE ENTERPRISE, INDEPENDENCE. OREGON. NOVEMBER 11, 1110.
remembered, when a Hat of (he namea
of member who had died during the
year read. As ea1 numu waa
read aoiuo on who bad known tier
Mrs. Mary Harris Armor arrived:
about 4 o'clock and waa given a roy
al welcome by the delegates, gbe
then addressed the convention telling
of her aurceas In provltiK Ex-Mayor
li...'a .iaiin.tit untrue. Khe ad-
durlnx her lifetime and wu amiot-lai-ed
with tor In the iu would give
tribute to bur memory. Among ilia
departed. Mri. Mtliito.li wan ti Ik lily
apoken of. which will be of Interest
to her friend at Independence. This
bour m on o not aoon- to bo forKt
ten. for It would Inspire thoae wbo
remain to keep close to the Author
Polk County's Leading
dreaaej over 2U00 peraoua In the tau
niiii'l.. In lha avenln. When alt
addreoaed th convention on "Nearer
to God." neit day. lr- Armor tow
the swfet of ber power her near
ness to God. her finu trust In Ilia
promlaea that He will anawer prayer.
Kbe proved the great M of tiod to
of Lava, and thereby live a life of
uaefulneoa "for our reaping by and
(Continued on pane oigni-j
1 EIGHT PACES
r : liiw Ok.
Hnnna Brothers have the largest
stock of hardware in the Willam
ette valley, outside of Portland.
In connection with their hard
Ware they have their separate ap
partmcnt for harness, which com
prises the largest stock carried in
Polk county. A separate apart
ment is also
given to their
the largest in
all the valley
out of Portland. Ranges and heaters occupy an apart
ment. Their entire floor space is 14,500 feet.
IN THIS DEPARTMENT WE CARRY THE BESf THE MARKETS
AFFORD. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS FRESH AND UP-TO-DATE.
WE CLAIM A8 GOOD A LINE AS CAN BE FOUND ANYWHERE
AND THEY ARE UP-TO-DATE AND SPLENDID BUYS. SEE OUR
NEW LINE OF MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S OXFORDS
AND PUMPS IN PATENT LEATHER, GUNMETAL KID AND TAN
WE WANT. YOUR PRODUCE
Drexler & Alexander
GROCERS AND CLOTHIERS
The twenty-seventh annual conven
tlon of the VV. C. T. U. waa held in
Salem from the 11th to the 14th ot
October. The convention was presld
d over by Mrs. Ada Wallace Unruh
the state president, assisted by th
corps of officers. I
Space forbids a lengthy report of
this great convention which was con
sidered the best In the oxUtenee of
the W. C. T. U. In Oregon. To be
The president's annual address was
given ou. the opening day in which
she dwelt on the campaign for "Ore
gon Dry;" also on social purity, the
white slave traffic, etc. On Tuesday
evening Supt. Powers of Salem gave
an Interesting address on temperance
and was succeeded by Dr. Fletcher
Homan. of Willamette University who
gave an able address, showing that
temperance was taught in the college
and spoke of strong temperance ad
vocates as a result of their college
He was followed by Mr. Pemberton
of the SYlends" church who thought
that ministers ought to identify them
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 drill give the best of satisfaction to all
nsers. We have the disk, both single and double. We have the
hoe and shoe drills of this make. We are Polk county agents
tor Monmouth, Alrlle and Independence.
JOHN DEERH BUGGIES ARB AL& BWMT
selves with tha raiifio nf temneranr?
thlf a. phlltvh u-hb Tint ririinir it dn
tvAf if rllri nnt hnRr snrh ft hnrden
for Its members and the uplifting of
those outside the church.
Mrs. S. E. Oliver, president of the
W. U. T. U. of Salem, greeted th
delegates with a most hearty wel
pomp Tho rpnnnnaa t tha nrftrpd
lnsr sneakera wan pivpn hv Mrs. Hen
riptfa Urnwn thA vtee-nrpsldent. who
waa tha mnuthniera nf the grandest
organisation or women la tne wona
represented hv the delegates nresent
and in a masterly effort expressed
the appreciation of the hearty wel
enmn ao.cnrdpd tho convention.
During- tho mil ran nf hpp address
she referred to the political parties;
that from the present status of stand
patters, Insurgents, regulars, etc., it
was very difficult to say whether
they were socialists, democrats, re
publicans, or what they were.
"Thpv wlirela in and wletrlo nut.
T.avin,p- tha watfhprs et 111 In riniibt
.1-1. 1 . 1. . 1. . 1 J . iV.,
Waa cnlner in nr rnmlnar hack."
We trust the time 13 not far distant
when we shall have clean offiicals,
and a righteous government that will
be like a light on a hill.
The county presidents then followe
with one-minute speeches, among
whom Mrs. Wilohart from The Dalles
spoke of the work in her field; Mrs.
Mallet of Multnomah county gave a
brief account of the strenuous work
in Portland: Mrs. Dunsmore of Polk
county dwelt on the honor conferred
by our Saviour on woman that she Is
God's finished creation and master
piece, commissioned to tell of the Mes
siahship, the good news of the Ris
On Wadnpsdav at. 8:15. deDartment
conferences under state superintend"
ent. Convention called to order. De
votions followed by -the reports of
state organizer; young peoples
branch by Mrs. Wheeler and the state
L. T. L. secretary, Mrs. Pearl Weber
who gave a most interesting address
pleading for the unions to Interest
themselves in the children.
At 10 o'clock commenced the de
partmental reports, viz., work among
foreign speaking people, Mrs. Emma
Cyrus of Astoria; work among colored
people. Mrs. M. E. Fullilove; Health
and Heredity, Mrs. O. N. Edwards;
Medical Temperance, Mrs. McAllister;
Physical Education, Miss Mary Ham
mond; Temperance Literature, Mrs
Ward Swope; Parliamentary Usage
W. C. T. U. Institutes, Press Antl-nar
cotics, Medal Contest. Scientific Tem
perance Instruction, Proportionat
and Systematic Giving, Penal and Re
formatory Work among railroad em
ployees. soldiers, sailors and lumber
men. Mercy and Peace, Mothers
Meetings. Puritv. Literature and Art
Social and Red-Letter Days, Flowe
Mission Fairs and Open Air Gather
The "Memorial Hour", led by Mrs
Mary Blain, was Indeed an hour to be
H. HIRSCHBERG, PRESIDENT
A. NELSON, VICE-PRESIDENT
C. W. IRVINE, CASHIER
Transacts a General Banking Business
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
H. HIRSCHBERG, A. NELSON, D. W. SEARS, B. F. SMITH AND
OTIS D. BUTLER
tfthletlc and 'fymnasium Heeds.
4un. tfmmunitien and 9i$hinq $aekle.
SALEM , OREGON.
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 ARE
OVER 50 ELECTRIC IRONS IN UM I THIS CITY.
J. L. WHITE, LOCAL MANAGER.