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77jo fy baking powder
made from Royal Crapo
Cream of Tartar
NoAIun.No Lime Phosphate
(Continued from pane aevim.)
litis children, and ursed the members
to live clone w Uod. t"t a rvi
work Is before us urn wor ' lu'
Lord's. . . . ..
A diamond medal contest was nnu.
throe contestants appearing. Mr. Karl
Cbilder. a Utblo student or fcugeue.
tarried off the modal.
The physical exercises were under
tho direction of Mlu Mary Hammond.
rtodaoa for stale worn wore ki"
to the amount of $m, fe and
morial moiuborwhlps Imreas.d this
iuiii to about lioiio. A thank offorlntt
ervlce wan hold when $;I0 more was
Riven. The membership of the Ore
gon V. C. T. V. la 3014 Including 600
new memoirs who Joined the past
year and a balance of 11000 In. the
treasury. Tho president. Mm. In
ruh. In hor report stated sho had
raised $2000 during the past year by
hor Individual effort.
A parade also took place. The stu
dents ramo from tho I'nlversuy In a
body and were Joined by pupl.j from
the public school. They waited until
the delegates came from the conven
tion with Mrs. Armor at their head.
... . i i.. .,rn.Msslon. Many
of the people of Salem alxo Joined to
that about 20" persons
rsins banners.sinKlns sones letemrin
gled with the colic, e yells. It made
an event not Boon to be forgotten. In
the history of Salem. An employee
to hear of Oregon Kolng dry and gave
vent to his HI feerings by spitting on
some ladles as they passed, one of
whom was Miss L. Smth. the mm-bal
director who never resented tne in
silt but was thankful
worthy to be treated as her bajtour
was. She aiso saiu
. i ....... 1 1 . rlnrn ri f
Tne general aiertuauu. " was Sue aiso biu o"
J. K. Neal at Buena Vista was burg.;wntte ribbon was not soiled. The na
larized last Saturday night, entrance was arre -.. u .- , the,p
to the store having been made mm them... a hanger
through the front door by prying the Qn o( galoon9 cannot possibly attain
lock off. The loss from the theft was t0 nobleness of character,
very small. Suspicion does not rest Two ladies. Miss Smith . and Miss
on anyone In the Buena Vista -n.!.
try for the burglary. The theft is gplrlnK helpln the one so situated
believed to have been committed by t0 Ket 'd0Wn on. the right side,
strangers w ho were passing through Miss Gill's rendering of Bat win
the country. That they left the store you do with Jesus?' was highly ap
with so little goods is believed duejprjjC Armor's address while oa- the
to their having oeen mgmeueu w, , was llgtened to ,m rapi ; " Burnett and Moore ran
while in the act of theft by someone , and t0 her invitation to hear six year term
passing near by. Only a few nickels her give reasons why she was a pro- best. A. M. Crawford was the ravor
passing near uy. r , . t prove that saloon lte ftr attorney general by a big ma-
and some pocket knives, so far a8LraMo not payaxes. tbe people , wnuDLway carried South
Mr. Neal can ascertain, were taken. heartily Dy numbers and
ii- q Hannibal hated Rome;
J. S. SMITH,
LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEER
Farm sales a
AIR LIE, OREGON
WETS WIN IN
Mcliilodh wwnt to Portland'
..n..,.N tNTE.rRI.E. IND.PINDNC. WtOOM. """ '
Prohibition defeated lu 1'I
county by a majority of at least 100.
This was a surprint to the prohibi
tion forces who labored to earry the
counly for the "dry.". There hu.
never boon a Uino In H'o Wslory '
polltloa lu the county whon a. much
money has boon spent lu a cmnpulnii
h- i,,...n out into this one. Every
effort possible 1ms boon put forth to
enlighten tho people by uoin m-..
Just what has caused the Pllcy to be
. , i.. i-innitv Id Mill a
reveiTt-o in .
In the new county and county divis
ion measures all received body blows.
w.r.-o uiiih carried In
rne omy iu"'"
Independence were theMonmoulh nor
mal school bill, greater Oregon home
rule bill, the amendment for the pro
tect'on of persons engaged In haz
ardous employment, bill prohibiting
taking of fish from ltoguo river ex
cept by hook and lino, amendment
providing for counties to incur In
debtedness beyond $:.000 for road Im
provements (carried lu south precinct
by two votes but was hopelesHly lost
in North Independence), and bill 356
providing for amendment of direct
primary law. was a tie lu North Inde
pendence and waB lost by aeventeen
votes In South Independence.
V. C. Hawley received the same
comfortable majority here that he
did throughout the district. Bower
man was slaughtered In Independence
without mercy. He failed to carry
Independence by fifty-tyve votes. Geo.
H. Burnett ran' the best of any on
the Judicial ballot. For the four-year
term McBrlde and Bean received the
highest number of votes and for the
pendence and carried in the Joint
Monday, roiurntim Tuesday evening.
Itev. Hnyder and daughter were Ba
ffin visitors Monday,
Ml us Mabel (laloy of Eugene vlalt
ed a few days the first of tho k
with her friend, Miss Millie Addison
of this city.
J. 8. llohauuou spent Sunday with
his daughter, Miss Hurtha llohauuou
of The Dalles.
For sale 2 Jersey cows. $:li ouch.
11. K. t'authorn. Hell phone 4;'l. 2Uf
HIGHWAYS IN THE WEST.
Us of th Automobils by Fsrmsrt
Aiding ths Improvement Movmnl.
Hon. I Improvement III the west, al
ready noticeable to n Might degree, ure
tire' t follow when the fiiriners of
that m-otloii uvviiLe to the reiilUalloii
of their condition roinpnfed with
iioimt of tlioi.e of the eustn Nothing
will n rouse I he farmer to this w
imii'h us the use of the automobile, ami
It will be the more general use of the
car by the farmer that will result In
In sections where farmers are using
cars to any extent road Improvement
are already noticed, but there Is still
room for more, noil more there will be
In the neiir future. Motoring la most
enjoyed on good misitb roads. Farm
ers owning curs renlliie Ihls us well lis
any, and not only are they bestirring
i..nmt.ioM toward impropriation for
good highways, but ure In mauy ruses
furnishing the lubor necessary ior rouu
In ome farming nectiona of the west
automobile owner can be ploHed out
by a glituce at the rondway In their
Immediate neighborhood. Near their
house rough, uneven surface tuive
been smoothed off and noft, slippery
mxivmra resurfaced. Each farmer
seems to tuke Interest lu the roads near
hi owu home. When more farmers
hove cars, and they are buying them
llv there will be more abort
stretche of perfect roads, aud at some
future time, not far distant, the streicu
will be unbroken.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE OF FINAL
tlXL't 8even maJorltyn W Ga,1t
brilliant mind; tne BunemiKo ; ; (""i
snecialtT Satisfaction dear mother all compelled her to , received a majority In both precincts,
nependt phone. . I 1. V hll I-C.PoweU for representative car
A BosIimim Dtraetorr of Mrh City,
Tow and Villmce m Omcun and
nuNHingHMl, K1VU1K m umn).uva
Hketch of each plao, LooiUkMi,
8blpplng- FaUHIe and a Cliuwl
fied mnetorr of each Buainene
K. U I-Ol.K CO.. Inc.
Do you read it? It's a weekly pa
per, adapted especially for the Pacific
Coast farmer. Subscription price $1-50
a year. Wait. You can read it and
the Independence Enterprise for one
year, 104 copies 52 of Pacific Home
stead and 52 of Independence Enter
prise for the price of one, $1.50. By
special arrangement we ere able to
offer our readers this rate. Send In
your subscription now. Remember
$1.50 for both. Pay either office and
mention this advertisement to secure
the two papers. This offer is only
to new subscribers of the Enterprise.
il. t,iiaanria that RD6
, . - ,n an1 ( fl T. t.
man wno wuu w
She proved her statements as sue
said she would. If the liquor busi
ness pays why not Increase it ' How
can a business pay when its f in a hed
product is worth a thousand times
less than its raw material?
Why do not merchants and other
busineyssdmen give $600 or $1000 1 to
run their business: t L Tt
drink the liquor pay i"e
we license drinking why not license
stealing? If the law against stealing
does not prohibit, why not repeal the
law against stealing? All the com
momenta are prohibitory. That
she was a prohibitionist because God
fshea prohlbiUonist; that childhood and
womanhood have not consented to
this torrlblo traffic; have they per
sonal liberty? She said .he was not
willing to shoulder the liquor traffic,,
has any man the right tc ,do .so? The
man who places a wet ballot in the
hox does so in the face o r the Recora
Ine Angel, and is guilty of the liquor
t?afic-a it includes-the murders,
he sorrows of home the tears of the
starving children they will be guilty
before God; whether they want to or
not, they will be guilty at the Judg
ment bar of God .
Shall Wonjen Vote?
If thev did. millions would vote Dr.
torr To7 banishing : dull.
fa-gd feelings.backache or headache,
constipation, dispelling colds impart
in? appetite and toning up the ays
tern, they're unequalled Easy, aa.e,
sure 25c at all druggists.
ried both precincts, and J. B. Teal
found the most friends for commis
sioner. W. L. Bice stood slaughter
In both North and South Indepen
dence. Castle carried North Inde
pendence and lost south precinct so
heavily that he came out with twelve
ivotes to the bad and Tracy Staats
la Drobablv elected In the county.
Wilson defeated Winn for justice and
Moran has the satisfaction of receiv
ing the largest vote of anyman on
i.i .in. i i ""- " 1 1 " ''
Coughs' that keep you awake at night also
disturb the Bleep or me rest, ox i
They can be stopped In a lew miauvo ."
It is a Remedy of Great Relieving Power
in All Lung and Throat Troubles.
Ballard's Horehound Syrup conveys a warming- and
world of misery to the person affected.
Put Up in Three Sizes, 2Bc, 50c and
$1.00 per Bottle.
Buy the $1.00 sue. It contains Ave times tu . much
as the 2Sc size, and you Bet with each bottle a
SUk'. Red Pepper Porous Plaster for the chert.
ST. uiuiat nu.
JAKES F. BALLARD
For wek Slht or Sore Ky Btepfce- Ey
Jill WIIUIIIIMWIIIPU'WUMII. j 0l-0 am oBteowMiweiio BvC ..Z.
Mntlco la herehv elven that the ex-
ntnr. nt ih estate of Viola Slop-
er. deceased, have duly filed their pe
tition for final settlement and final
account In the said estate; that by
order of the County Court of Polk
County. Oregon, made and duly en
tered of record, uecemoer jiu,
at the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. of said
Ho., o, iha f'nnrt Room in the City
of Dallas, was fixed as the time and
place for hearing said petition ior ii-
i ..nlnmi.ni 1111,1 final nccount. Ail
ii a 1 b:lhv. " -
T.taroatnr1 urn hereby notified
to appear at said time and place and
show cause. If any mere oe. w. j
said petition of said executors should
not be cranted.
Dated and first puDiisiieu. u em
ber. 4. 1910. .
WII..UAKIJ A. Buircn
CHESTER O. SLOPER
W. II. COCKLE
Executors of the estate of Viola
N. L. Butler. Attorney.
Will Promote Btsuty
Women aM.rtM buauty el wonder
ful helu from liu.kloiia ArnUa HM.
U baif.xh.s pimples. Mkl.v rrupni.
.ore, a;.a bo.U. It i..a.;a H.e u
a..ft a.ul w:vety. It nlorl In th
face. vv.r... .ro eye., roll ".
cra.ked ilpn. fiiappo.1 hand. fr
burns. ai-ahU. fever r. . tut-., I rui
ei and piles. S.'.c at a'.l dr.iKU'ii.
Frattrnal Union Doings
Tho local Utdiie of tint Kraiertial
I'ulon of America, No, 212. met In
tho K. I', hall In this city Wednesday
ulKht where they Willi their fihii'U
enjoyed an eveiilntt devoted to fi lv
Itles. The proKram of ev.-ulug
was coinpoHi'd of oratory and music.
Mm. Hoy Collins played with exqui
site te luiluuo an nv unieiitnl solo.
Mr. Coi'tt delivered tho ddiih of
welcome and also tin oration lu In
half f tho order.
The most pleitsuut feaiun of ih
evening wus the slindow o lal. The
ludles who participated wer. l"l'.w
wllh basket of unliii. and fa:'
deslKtl. well filled with dullitlo whU-u
appealed to the gentlemen preseiil.
For palB in Urn ldo or cheat
dampen a piece of flannel wllh Cham
berlain's Liniment and hind It oil
over the seat of pain. There in.
nothlim better. Kor sulo hy nil tH'tnl
W. R. ALLIN, D. D. S.
Bth phouea. Cooper Uldg.
"I do not believe there is any oth
er medicine so good for whooping
couuh as Chamber'ain'a Coush Item
edy," writes Mrs. Francis Turpln,
Junction City. Ore. This remedy Is
also unsurpassed for colds and croup.
For sale by all good dealers.
HAVE YOU HERD? (Heard)
about the big "drive" that's Klfl un
do wd at this meat market. No!
That's really too bad.
THIS SHOP IS "DRIVING" TO GET
We really deserve it, because we tuke
such- pains to serve you and others
with choicest rf meat nt. lowest, of
prices. Try us and you'll ,be con
vinced. ORDEP" GIVEN US
RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION'
GEO. F. HECK
Bell phone 163 Home phone 410
WILLIAMS DRUG CO.
B. Fav Dunsmore went to
land on Wednesday afternoon.
nalnrtar and nicture mounts for
sale at the Enterprise office. The lat
est things out. 23tf
The Presbyterian ladies' cnicKen
pie supper given Tuesday evening
was a decided success. All who pat
ronized them -were highly pleased
with the supper. .
Miss Grace Wallace, who is at
tending school at Oregon Agricultur
al College at Corvallis, returned
home Thursday morning to attend the
funeral of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. She
will return to Corvallis today.
Miss Lorena Webster of Dallas,
who has been visiting with Mrs.
Clint Hamon and Mrs. B. Sloper,
south of town, returned to Indepen
.tohm B. Teal from Teal Creek was
in town Monday shaking hands with
The University of Oregon and Ore
gon Agricultural Coljege teams will
play a game of football at Corvallis
tomorrow. There will be a special
train from Portland which will leave
Independence at 11:44 and returning
will leave Corvallis at 6 p. m.
Walteit L. Tooze of Falls City was
in Independence Monday on his way
to Corvallis to close the campaign
for Bowerman- in that vicinity.
J. Johnson has again opened up
the Independence Steam Laundry and
wants your patronage. He aims to
Rev. Mr. Myers and Harry Biitz
of Dallas were in Independence last
Saturday. Rev. Mr. Myers delivered
the lecture here on that evening, at
the Christian church.
J. M. Linn of Dallas was transact
ing business in Independence last
Miss Margaret Hodge of Newberg
visited over -Sunday with Miss Kate
TEN-ACRE ORCHARD TRACT
THIS BEAUTIFUL TRACT OF
LAND LIES ABOUT THREE MILES
NORTH OF ASHLAND, ON THE
RIGHT OF WAY OF THE OREGON
& CALIFORNIA RAILROAD (SOUTH
ERN PACIFIC). THE LAND IS LEV
EL AND IS WELL ADAPTED FOR
ORCHARDING. IT IS FREE FROM
TIMBER AND BRUSH AND'CAN BE
PUT IN CULTIVATION AT LITTLE
MORE THAN OLD GROUND.
THERE ARE NO IMPROVEMENTS
THE LAND BUT IT IS hHtfc
INDEBTEDNESS OF EVER-
KIND AND TAXES ARE PAID Ufc
TO CURRENT YEAR. LAND NEAR
THIS HAS SOLD WITHIN A WEEK
OF THE ISSUING OF THIS DES
CRIPTIVE LIST AT $650 (SEE OR
EGONIAN OF TUESDAY, NOVEM
BER 8). THIS TRACT IS OFFERED
CHARLES EDWARD HICKS
USED IN THE U. S. ARMY.
The U. S. Army authorities know a gun; that
is why, when they decided to equip some troops
with repeating shotguns, they selected the Win
chester in preference to all other makes. The
experts of the U. S. Ordnance Board also know
a gun; that's why, after submitting a Winches
ter Repeating Shotgun to all sorts of tests, they
pronounced it safe, sure, strong and simple. If
you want a shotgun buy the one 'whoso
strength and reliability led the U. S. Army
authorities to select it and the U. S. Ordnance
Board to endorse it that's the Winchester.