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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1911)
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The iGdependence Enterprise
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HENRY E. BROWNE.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911.
WILL YOU HELP U5T ,
There art ttvtral subtcrlptlona on
our Hot now duo and many of the
pait duo. It la not our Intention to
constantly employ this method of noU
lying subscriber of their obligation
to the paper! but w feel that one
notice la neceetary at thla time. The
label on your paper will Inform you
aa to the time to which you have
paid. If you tfind that your aubcrlp:
tion haa expired, or that you are de
linquent, we will appreciate It very
much If you will be prompt In making
remittance. We are trying our' beat
to make a good live paper for Inde
pendence. To do this reqalrea money
Will you help usf Will you ahow ua
your willingneaa to assist by calling
at the office and meeting the new
publisherTEncouragement la aa necea
aary In. helping to, make The Enter
prise a auccesa as money. We need
both at present and trust the read
er will do his part in building up a
great Enterprise In thiia city.
enormous commercial, industrial and
financial powers into what is cnar'
acterlsed as monopolies, syndicates
and trusts. But even the trust itself
m its most Wtreme . th,g 8uf..
natural outgrowth of conditions long world pu .r the s
developing. There is no essential dif
MOW MUCH TO THE GOOD
U L. HEWITT, M. D.
FHYftlCIANs ANO SURGEON
Offlo to Chp.t building, rwui t
looking back over in r" uj uy
nitb bow muih to the Kd
! How mmh hv w Kln'd '
. moral or riuuiulal tie! "
done our part to nmko tho
better or richer? lUv takvit ad
vantaRi of the opportunities offer
case? A fe. o '"'. IU n
Tho ' past yi'r baa aeen a"""'
changes In the business Interval of
ndependeiue, aU many for the Rood
of tho town and peopto in general.
Theao change, aoem to bavo created
. . . ,..r....Mi.ni In the
Uilnda of many busines men.
'ana L Office hoar. a. m. to It m. ' t
and I to p. tu. CalU aurM ulgUi I f
R. ALLIN, D.
today tho outlre town looks forward
to a brighter futur than it did one
ISut ther is yet au opportunity to
still better tho conditions. We are
not given to taking a pessimistic view
of things, but unless each lixllvwl
ual interested in creating a greater
Independence does his part to make
it such the auccess of the town will
be Just so much retarded. If we ex
pect tho town to develop we must en
courage public enterprise aud civic
Probably nothing could be accom
plished that will more completely en
hance tho valuation of property in
thla city than paved streets, aud it
would seem that every one living in j
Independence should make an effort Funera
to consummate the plane now under
It is not too late yet to make reso
lutions. If we have not already done
so let us all resolve to do what we
can during the ensuing year to pro
mote the interests of the city and
Do this and when the next New
Both phoi.ee. Cooper Hid.
LAURA PRICE, M. O.
Gpeclalty Diseases of Women
B!l Telephone Mala 193
B. F. 8W0PE
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARN
Will practice in all cour s of the
8taba. Probata matters and collec
tlona given prompt attention.
Office, Cooper Bldg.
C. E. VanAllen, Prop.
Large aunny rooms, en suite or sin
gle. Electric lights, bath andvplauo.
848 N. Commercial st Salem, Ore.
C. W. HENKLE
Lady Assistant If desired.
Calls attended day or night.
J. S. SMITH,
LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEER.
v-- ...hprprf in we can look back Far.n sales a specialty. Satiafac-
and see more progress than we can guaranteed. Independent phone
day seems to be consuuuawuui see now
It is well that every boy and girl
and trusts. ut even cue c . ,
in its most extreme form, is but a
ference between the great department
store of the metropolis and the gen
eral store of the country cross-road.
Size is the only distinction. The own
er of transfer lines which carry passengers-
and their baggage from de
pot to hotel is a transportation mag
nate om a small scale. Any man who
has goods which others want and
holds up price thereforeto the limit
of his customers' ability and wil
lingness to pay, is illustrating the
principles of monopoly. Broadly
Bpeaktag, any form of organization
which economizes labor and pro
duces a given result with the least
demand upon man and material is
good. The surplus thus realized be
comes available for other services,
and the general tendency toward a
broadening of industry and opportun
ity. This is not less true because
in many instances the process of re
adjustment is a painful one, bringing
hardships to individual or classes.
Nor is it controverted by the fact
that monopolies and their kin. are
themselves all the benefits of econom
ized labor and material that should
accrue to the public they serve.
But there is a demand for reform
ia the circle of monopolies, syndicates
and trusts, which promises to force
Itself upon the recognition of even
ihe most heedless. The change is
toot coming under the banner of so
.cialism, but it is coming through the
constant appeals of a long suffering
public which has seen with shame
the hardihood in which aggregations
lot capital are permitted to ignore the
daw and subvert justice by bribing
(legislators to frame statutes favor
able to the moneyed interests and
against the best policies of the state
There is a growing necessity for
Absolute honesty in the political and
tnrtiictrifti fields, and the demands
pf the people to this end will event
ually afford achievements.
cess should be based upon, a true and
nnt.i., rharacter. All wasteful extrav
agance and needless habits should be
avoided. Take the advice from those
who have learned from bitter exper
ience. It is a sad fact that enough
money is expended in this christian
land each year for sin.ful practices
to feed and clothe in comfort, If not
luxury, all the inhabitants. What a
nity that any boy should ever pay
a dollar for tobacco or anything not
to his physical betterment. But it
is safe to say that men, chew up hous
es and waste farms and business
opportunities by extravagant use of
Statistics are not necessary to sub
stantiate this statement. Every boy
old enough to have obtained sense
of reason knows the folly of idle prac
tices. At this appropriate time of
the year let us wish for every boy
and girl in Independence that your
stars continue to rise; have no ret
rograde motion, nor cease to ascend
until high in the intellectual and mor
al zenith, forming happy groupes in
the constellation, of excellence, and
there to shine with clear, firm and
steadfast light through all time t
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-hpt straw. Inauire of Frank Hil-
Ike. Home Bhone. p32-33
DR. DAVID ROBERTS
CAXF CHOLKBA BKMZDT 1.00
COW TONIC - 82
BARD MILKING OUTFIT "80
MILK f EVER OUTriT .00
COLIC DRENCH -
GERM KILLER - ' 50
ANTISEPTIC POULTICE 1.00
DISINFECT ALL, per Gal 1S
WORM POWDER 80
WHITE LINIMENT. 80
ABSORBENT - I'0"
WARTIME - 80
FEVER PASTE..... 1-00
HEALING LOTION ' .80
HEAVE POWDER '80
HORSE TONIC " ' '80
HOO TONIC 1-00
FLY OIL, per Gallon l.M
"One Prescription lor Every Animal Ailment"
OR. DAVID ROBERTS
"PRACTICAL HOME VETERINARIAN,"
Cloth Bound, It Free. Ask the
William's Drug Co.
This week we received an article
for publication together with a re
quest to publish the same just as it
Is written. We are sorry that we can
not comply with the request, but this
we must refuse until the writer's
name is known to (he publisher. Not
for publication, but as a matter of pro
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bugs but often severe burns are caus
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Drives off skin eruptions, ulcers or
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Twenty ner cent off from
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Its powerful reviving influ
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cut buty being only Mn deep dots not tlwtyt tlnk at far at tht
heart. Tht tarn appllet to Drug Stor good-om art good and tomt
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Store and wt guarantet tht clan and grade. Quality contldtrod our
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Hert you will find many valuable pretantt for tht Holiday. Comt
In and lot ua thow them to you.
Kirkland's Drug Store
Don't Blame the Outside Met chants
FOR NOT.DEING ABLE TO MATCH OUR PRICES. IT IS NOT THE
. FAULT OF THE MERCHANT. BUT THE FAULT OF THE SYS
TEM. GET OUR PRICES AINU ruu will oc whyihhu.
Don't You Want Reliable Shoes
for Your Family?
WE CARRY A LARGER LINE AND SELL MORE SHOES THAN ANY
OTHER STORE ON THE WEST SIDE, BECAUSE EVERY PAIR IS
BUILT TO GIVE SATISFACTION-TO GIVE SERVICE.
In the best possible manner from telecttd stylish fabrlct. Built to hold
its thape. Our new Spring pattest will toon bo on display.
Drest Goods, Novelty Silkt, Wash Good, Hosiery, Underwear, Etc.
Everything for tho whole family at prlcet that tho mall order peo
pie cannot comprehend. ... K. - . . j .
Conkey, Walker Sr Lehman,
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The Old Reliable' Corner Store.
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YOU WILL WANT YOUR PLUMBING FINISHED EARLY. IT IS
TIME TO BEGIN THINKING ABOUT IT NOW, BEFORE THE RUSH IS
ON. WE ARE BETTER PREPAIRED TO DO YOUR WORK THAN WE
HAVE EVER BEEN BEFORE, AND HAEV IN STOCK A LARGE LINE
OF. PLUMBING GOODS. AT NO PREVOUS SEASON HAS THERE
BEEN A GREATER' DEMAND FOR FULLY! UP-TO-DATE PLUMBING
ARTICLES, AND AT NO TIME IN THE HISTORY OF THIS ESTAB
LISHMENT HAVE WE BEEN ABLE TO SHOW AS1 COMPLETE A LINE
If you contemplate putting in a
bath or hot water, see