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HCt ENTERPRISE, INDEPENDENCE. OREGON. NOVEMBER 18, WO.
CHARLES EDWARD MICKS
Entered at Independence, Ore.. xw office a acond cla nmlU-r.
Subicrlption, t.50 Per Yor
THERE IS A REASON
T! " nr.- nl present ll'ii 1l'.
7;: inilM of r-:i! hi Ki-kIhikI. fr
Willi !l !lH miliiinl expi'llilltUIV fiMT the
yeur t I'.ukI 11 mourned l $TV
(Ci'.l.t. II i Itll-lvfi'lV CVl.llMll ItMl
tbi iKiiiutil t',i'mliuiiv kt inlltf f
road jinioiin'n ! about $-U. lu view
of th fai t ttmt ni'.-l .r lu principal
riuN of Kns;t:iiii1 h;tve already Iwn
constructed, this lir.-e miiiiiiiiI himmhII
turv would HMiir to U' devoted lu a
liirco ineuxiire to imiltitenaiict. It
would Hwui tint a ejHteui which re
quire nil auuuul outlay of fZM por
uille for the entire uiileat;e tmmt l In
effective and costly. Tin- explnuntion
of thU Is found perhiipii In the-fart
that lu Kisylatul the maintenance or
the public highways devolves entirely
on local authorities, these iiumbcrtiiR
An to skilled Hupervlslon It may be
aid that uo qunlllientions are required
by law to be poi.sesed by the tucu In
charge of road building and mainte
nance, but It Is the general prank- In
the lmiortnt districts to appoint ex
perienced highway enBlueera for this
What contributed most to the de
feat of th Drohibitlonlsts In the
state of Oregon at the recent battle
of ballots. In the estimation of the
Inrtenendenea Enterprise, was the
searecro. "the . search and eele
clause which they had posted up In
their battle field. That the merit
of the measure are indisputable there
is no doubt but that It proved a
boomerang If not In the very ranks
of the prohibitionists at least within
thp forces from which both armies
expected to recruit for the battle
That there Is no argument to be ad
vanced In favor of the saloon goes
without question. H is a place in
which decent men do not care to be
seen and that there was a good and
sufficient reason for the favor which
was shown- to the saloon business
must not be questioned. The problem
is: What certain influence contribut
ed most largely to the defeat of the
moral issues involved. It Is possi
ing campaign documents and letters
of the saloon forces were an Inflncn
tial power in deciding the battle, but
M Li . 1- ,1 tini-A TT1 .it Afffflt I.. . J ( . ( ........ I. I ' ! II
lougni iue iib'o. "I-- line inuepenueuue oc .uuuuiumu uu-
Now we are disposed to surrender to way conipany wm be held at the In-
, COMPARISON WITH CERMANY
Germany is a federation of states,
and it follows that road administra
tion is conducted separately by earn
Onrg n undertook to kill Howeruian
off In hU candidacy for governor and
In turn they were defeated. They
oemed to forget thai they were in
the mutio boat with Uowerumn and
that It was sure to roitolve luoif
.l.iun ii k ihrie-cor.iered fluut. if
the normal e:ithunasts hud attend
ed strict'y t) their own business they
would have pot what they wanted
and so would we and so would the
tato a lwel headed republican kov
ernor. la years to come, the wisdom
of Jay IUmerman, na president of the
aenate, when lie advocated the over
throw of the normals, will become apparent.
WEST SALEM NEWS
Kola precinct gave eittht majority
Surely Oregon went wet enough at
the election for it rait-d four days.
It was like Rachel of old weeping for
her child "".
Miss Neva Smith went to St. John
on Saturday for a stay with her sis
ter, Mrs. W. B. Burch.
Dallas will be booming after Janu
ary 2 when the saloons are open and
they get ths: brewery. What portly
fellows they "I bave.
Miss Freda Spitzbart was given a
birthday surprise party by her
friends. They gave her a shower of
cups and saucers. After the guests
were served with refreshments they
olaved games and had music. Miss
Freda also received a fine gold watch j
and chatelaine from her parents. All
left wish'ng her muny happy returns.
There will be a bx social at the
school here Wednesday evening the
23rd at 7 o'clock.
"I am pleaspd 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
uiuiai lacuna iu...tu. -v peaieaiy ana u u3 uci i.iu
ble that the more personal contact glve relief .. p-or Baie by all good
of the ever present and ever appear- dealers
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting
Mntlnn to VrlKir Cr Vtltl thttt thf A ft-
mi J.JU n u n i wkic id uci jj f ' - v
not so likely as the former. We have nual meeting of the stockholders of
m . . . . 1 koi'A m Atlftlfl t I . , . iU TJntl
dependence National Bank In Inde
pendence, Oregon, on the 31st day
For Bumper Fruit and Hop Crop
FRUIT DRYING STOVES
& STEEL HOP STOVES
These stoves are made of heavy boiler
plate lined with fire brick - they re
quire no masonry to be installed
every inch of these stoves is heating
surface they are made in all sizes
We also have Dryer Pipes
ANDERSON FURNACE CO.
The Furnace That Has Made Salem Famous s
m 558 TRADE STREET, SALEM, OREGON. - PHONE 886
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned administrator of the estate
uonrv FHckinger. deceased, has
filed his f.nal account and supple
mentary final account thereto, 1 me
county court of the State of Oregon.
tion Is conducted sepnraieiy u.v em u . . . i
.Vh tmnprim eov- of other business that may properly
BUILC Ul luc - I
ernment exercises very little control come nciore saiu uiliuS.
nror Hie highways mid does not In any
way contribute to the expense of their
construction nnd maintenance.
A striking feature of the Mixon roaa EXECUT0R,S N0TICe OF FINAL
system is the practice of planting fruit " ww SETTLEMENT.
trees along the roans.
Each canton has nt the bond of Its
road system an engineer with capable
oauinc.'iit. The engineers nnd their
assistants muxt have uu academic edu
. notnknmi(iin o tha 4nnr nf 10 o,.iir r.nnntv and that Saturday,
o'clock a. m.. for the purpose of elect- December 17. 1910, at 10 a. m. there-
ing officers for sa:d company ror tne 0ff at the court room ui o.
ensuing year and for the transaction ln tne city of Dallas, Oregon, ha
been appoimeu uy "-"-
time and place for the hearing of ob
jections to said final account and the
settlement thereof. j
Dated and first published Novem
ber 18, 1910.
Administrator of the estate of Hen
ry Flickinger, deceased.
B. F. Swope, Attorney. 2i-2
D. W. SEARS, Secretary.
Dated November 18, 1910. 25-31
R. J. B AS CUE
UPHOLSTERING. AND REPAIRINf OF FURNITURE.
Organs, Sewing machines,,' Guns, Umbrellaj Covering. Stoves, Scissor
Sharpening. Work Guaranteed - Give mesa trial. Goods called for
SIXTH AND MOBUVIOUTH STREETS,. INDEPENDENCE, OREGON
Notice is hereby given that the ex
ecutors of the estate of Viola. Slop
er. deceased, have duly filed their pe-
l.l m fl-nt nn,lnrv.nr. nnrl filial
lliur.1 u - . tlliOn IUr Ulia-l BtJti-lclliyiil. emu
. - l..l..n... ..fMVl tha 1 . . . I ( J n,..n,n. ,t.O, V.V
cation una possess a uijhmh account in me eawic,
Polytechnic instinite. while the road order of the County Court of Polk
master are required to have a good County, Oregon, made and duly en
techi -leal edtication.-I.. W. PnRe in ,tered of record. December 10th, 1910.
t .Lu ,v .L-i-i.ie at the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. of said
Good Loads .V..M..11". i day a(. the Court Room , tne clty
-- !0f Dallas, was fixed as the time and
j a dace for hearing said petition, for fi-
The people of Independence, and 8ettiement and final account. All
more especially the republicans, a persons Interested are hereby notified
deserving of contempt for the treat- t0 appear atr said time and place and
ment which they have meted out to show cause, if any there be, why
Z oi rSSr belt rftuen. in the po- said pe of said executors should
litical campaign which has jusi Dated an1 first published Novera
closed. Mr. Bice was placed in nom-lberj 4 1910
ination before the republican conjen- slSpeR
tion at Dallas by the very leading ( w fJOCKLE
men of the county and
unmercifully kn.fed in every corner deceased.
and precinct of the county. Some re-, Butler, Attorney. " 23-27
nnblicans have sought to excuse
thoir actions on the claim that Mr.
Bice was "straddle of the fence" can-
fiMntu The Enterprise does not be-i
flie It From all sides comes the In the matter of the estate of Han
satisfying statement that he stood on nab Eames, deceased,
one Sorm and one only and peo- Notice is hereby given that the , un
one pwuo m u Idersigned has been duly appointed by
pie generally knew where to f,n Mm. Court Qr.
Snr menlegon for the County o Po,, Admb
of the county, outside their own mu-,"".wr oi -
. . ... . ...a h mnrp1 Eames. deceased.
that an honorable man should be ""
butchered by his friends as has required to present the same to said
been the case of Mr. Bice in his Administrator at his office at Inde-
campaign. on the republican ticket Waence, uregon, amy ve.iueu u
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Iforsheriff of Polk county.
It appears that Monmouth Normal(A. D., 191C.
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the date of this notice.
Dated this 18th day of November,
SCnOOI was me umy uue m oui.-.
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JEWELER AND CLOTHIER INDEPENDENCE, OREGON