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FRIDAY, DECEMBER S, 190),
POULTRY SHOW AT DALLAS Fl
Llat pf PrUe Wlnnra Sho Bt
Breeder of Oregon Were In Atten
dance and People of Polk County
Forget to Attend th Ehlbition.
Tint Third Aniiual Poultry Mit.
Willi h ll 1(1 t DlllblH lilHt W' tlt.
WN lllimt mirrfdsflil Mill glVi prom
ise if becoming ii ImiKirlunt galh
win In tho nfla rs of tti- Mute. The
attendance thl y.ar was not what
It HiIkIiI tunc Ik . ii, hi point of Mint
h'TH, Ij lit lu tiiiNil..! f Mrdu and
breeder ll K llllilll '.f 8liy other
imi!ry hIki of tli- mat". Financial
ly the hIiow was not a si:.i.h.i on ne
k romit of I he I'.i lit iitt. inl iin but III''
bringing i oki t tt r of iln' I" ' lii '-' il' t"
if the state hurt result, d In k' f mulut
liiK Hi" Inf rii-t g.-n.-rally ' t""l' ry
and t tint tin- people 'r P"1 '"' X
Mill attend fu'ure exhibition of tlii'
bi'ht llllH of Hi- Mate th'To U llt'J"
KIiiht Dixon or (lru"w t'iiy was
Judge of Hi" vhuw. und liit d.-i'itdo'iH
give general m'irai lluii.
Following U Hi" Ilnl cf awards us
given to tli" Knt'TpriK" t.y th" iikko
cliitlon: List of Wlnnert.
ItiirriHl I'lymoiith Rocks: H. F.
Kceney, KnK"ii". or. con, flrM cm.
end; first an. I 'bird, N'm; f.rn'.. pul
let; flrBt. pen. N. h. WW. y. x, Or
egon, first, cork; second, c.m 1: r 1 ;
second. It ii : second. ;xn. '.ram. Al
klrc. Salem, Op-gnu. thirl, rocher. 1;
third, pull. t.
Wliltc I'ly iun?h Kocks: M jiintalii
Vl"v Poultry Ftni.i n. Albuuy, Oregon,
first, second mid third, cocker. 1; first
hen; flrtit. second and third, pull-t;
find, pin. Ilollirnok & Harris, Pal
las, Oregon, first und second, cock;
second and third, h'ti.
Silver Laced Wyandotte: V. A.
Hodson, Newberg, Oregon, first, cock;
first, him; first, second and third, pul
let; first, pen.
Columbian Wyandottes: ('has. A.
Slat). Dalian, Oregon, second and tlitrf
Buckeyes: h. A. Williamson, Illck
roall. Oregon, first and second, cock
erel; first, second and third, pullet;
S. C. II. I. Red: K. S. Piper, Port
land, Oregon, second, cockerel. Clar
ence Dornhecker, Dallas. Oregon.flrst
pullet. W. A. Pates, Oorvallis, Ore:
gon, third, cockerel; second, pullet.
C. S. Craves, Dullas, Oregon, first,
cock; third, pullet; first, pen. Tl. I.
Ferguson, Salem, Oregon, second,
cock; first, second and third, hen. L.
-C. Hoover, Monmouth, Oregon, third,
cock; first, cockerel.
R. C. R. I. net): James Rait, Ore
gon City, Oregon, first, cockerel; first
second and third, pullet; first, pen.
L. D. Elliott, Montavilla, Oregon, sec
ond, cockerel. P. I. Ferguson, Salem,
A Oregon, first, cock; first, second and
S. C. Buff Orpingtons; Mrs. J. S.
Northrop, Lebanon, Oregon, first and
second, cock; second, cockerel; first,
hen; second, pen. Joseph Hall, New
berg, Oregon, first and third, cocker
el; first, second and third, pullet;
Buff Plymouth Rocks: L. D. Ell
iott, Montavilla, Oregon, first, cocker
el; first, pullet.
g, C. Buff Leghorns: Loyal Poul
try Farm, Dallas, Oregon, first, cock
first and second, hen; first, second
and third, cockerel; first and third,
pullet; first, pen. Ed School, Albany,
Oregon, second, cockerel; third, hen;
second, pullet; second, pen.
S. C. Brown Leghorn; Wm. Shew
ey, Dallas, Oregon, second, cockerel.
Ed Schoel, Albany, Oregon, first, cock
erel; third, hen; second, pullet; first,
pen M. O. Martin, McMinnville, Or-
egon, first, hen; first and third, pul
let; second, pen. A. G. Rempel, Dal
la.,Oregon,first, cock; third, cockerel;
g C. White Leghorns: C. I. mal
lard Rickreall, Oregon, first, second
as 'third, cockerel; first, second and
Ifcfc-d, pullet; first, pen. Diet. G.Rem
pel, Dallas, Oregon, second, cock;
BeconA, non; second, pen.
Blue Andelusian: D. M. Calbreath,
Muth, Oregon, first, cock; first,
Niniiiil mi. I third. i k.r.l; fliM, tv
end und tl.H'l, te ll, fil-d, .-ilnl
third, pullet; fitht, ..il.
8. ', Ultu k Minor, uk: Nut.- I.. Wi
ley, ll , Oi.y.uh. n-coinl. k, fl'"'.
io. k r l, k.-coihI. ' ; No ""'I
on.l. pull. t; firM, pen. J. I ll'kln.
Niwb.rd, Ursmi, fir(. co.k; trl
und Ihir.l, lien; ..nil, - n, '. '
Itulliird. Kkr.ttll. Orwell, "n.
coek. r. I.
Illiuk javitx; t I. .n i : ill", lnlli.
Or.Koti, it". .mil. cu'k; Heiifd, li :i;
flM. ee..iid mid til r.l, (..k.re; flll
eeonil and third, iml'.t.
Kxliitdilon tlaiiieo: C, V. Cornwell.
Monmouth. Or-'K'Hi. tlrl, -n k. r. I,
first and . on. I, --: ; flrt und "'
oinl, pullet; find, p-ti.
I'll (.'ain.K; 1'. Corn. 11. Mori
inoiiHi. Or. -jjiiii, f.rht and neej.nd, cock
rl. fln.1. K.ond as.l third, pull.t.
White Cochin liuntanis: S. M. Hy.
Ditll:iH. Or.con, third. oker; firnt
and seeeiid. pull"!.
M 11 Turkey: C. I. Htillar.l. III. k-
I r.-nll. Or. oii. tlrxt, co.k. r. l; flr-i.
Mammoth I'"1" ll"k: '
lard. Rickreall. Or. gon. H. ei.tid coek
erel; flrnl, second and third. Inn. N.
U Wll.y, Hex, Oregon, first, cockerel
Indian Runner lm"k: Uy Poul
try Farm, Dallas, Oregon, first, cock;
first ntid second, h.-n; first and -ond.
coik- rel; first and second, pul
let; first, pell.
Toulouse C.-se: Clarence l'
heck. r. Hallux, Oregon, first, cocker
el; find, pullet.
Pigeons: 11 -n PhllllpH. Dallas. Or
egon, firxt, carrier coek; first, H"d
Cari.'.ux h. n; fir.st, Runt hen Cross,
cock; find. I!l"'k Runt cock; first.
Hunt Hungarian h-n.
Association silver cup for best pen
of llarr.-l Rocks. P.. F. Keeney, Ku
Afsoelatloii fllvir cup fir best pen
cf White Hoiks, Mo'irHalii View Poul
try Ranch. A!!).iiiy, Oregon.
Hllver cup. by J. K. HcMley. (to be
won three times) for best pair Huff
Orpingtons. Mrs. .1. S. Northrop. Leb-
iCot.tinii.d on last page)
Arrangements have been made with
an Oreg..r. City foot ball team for a
gamo to be played in this city next
Sunday afternoon between that team
and the team of Independence Ath
letic Club of this city. The manage
ment of tho (dub assures the people
that the Sunday game will be one of
tho best ever witnessed In Indepen
dence. The attendance at this game
will no doubt be large as it will be
one of the last games of the season.
Independence has one of the best
teams of the country and It has de
feated every one that has come up
Jesse Emerson ia grubbing and
clearing some land.
Robert Fishback went to Salem
Monday to see his uncle, who Is very
Frank Clark of the capital city is
a guest of his mother, Mrs. E. Clark.
Mr. Nelson of Monmouth was in
these parts Sunday.
vtonrv Lehman was a dusiukbh vis
itor in Monmouth Saturday.
Misa Ida Duignan of 1'erryaaie un
ited friends here the past week.
Nile Addison and Mrs. Annie Fos
ter of Dayton visited their aunt, Mrs.
E. Fisbback, and family two auys
William Griffith of Monmouth was
seen la our neighborhood on Thanks
giving day. ' ' 1 '
m v Clark and eon Jay spent
several days of last week in Salem
visiting relatives and menus.
Noah Heffley Sundayed with his
brother, Grant Heffley, and family of
oi. .nH Tasner Riggle Of near
Independence, visited their ninter,
Mrs. Belle Wunder, ana iiu-.r "
day and Sunday.
Compound Red Spruce
Ptn Cough Medioine is
Hon recommended by h
fession as an expectorant
Bsneclallv In cages
bronchitis and ordinary
eolda. WUKams Drug Ce
of rare val-
SHERIFF GRANT FILES INJUNC
TION ON PLANT.
W. D. DeVarney, Acting for Th B R
Electric & Telephone, Manufactur.
Ing Co., cf Kanaaa City, Mleaourl,
Brlngi Action to Recover $3600.
An Injunction wan filed the last of
the wok i;tilnst the Home Tele
phone Company of this city by W. I).
lieVitrney of Portlund. The Injunc
tion wan ma le for the purpose of
curing the payment of a claim of
ItKoo, wild to be for labor and sup
plies In th" oiihTU. lion of the Home
Tcl";ihone Company 'm plant In Inde-p.-n.
I. nee. It is understood, however,
thai Mr. DeVarney Is backing the
claim of Hi" H. It. Klectrlc & Tele
phone Mfg. Co.. of Kansas City.
The attachment was made last Fri
day by Sh-rlff Crant, and F. S. Wil
son was put in tharge of the affair
of the company. Mr. Wilson subse
nueiHly relinquished the management
to W. L. Pice, member of the firm
of Dice it Calbreath, the heaviest
stockholders in the company.
The Home Te lephone Company was
organized a year ago last March by
local people, mohtly of Independence,
with a capital s'ock of lio.ouo.
H'.ou of this amount was subscribed
at or about the (line of organization.
On completion of the system It was
found that the cost of the plant was
much in excess of the first estimates
and attempts were made to sell suf
ficient stock to take up the swollen
btidg.'t of xp use in the construction
of the systnii. Th company failed
to sell their stock and no disposition
of the outstanding accounts was ever
mad up tV the time of the serving
of the Injiinnction by the sheriff.
It la understood that an effort, will
bo made by the stockholders to clear
the company's plant of the Injunc
tion wh-n the matter comes up for
hearing at Dallas tho first of the
PEOPLE WE KNOW
They are Independence Peoplq and
What They Say is of Local Interest.
When an Incident like the follow
lng occurs right here at home, it is
bound to carry weight with our read
ers. So many Btrange occurrences go
the rounds of the pressure published
as facts, people become skeptical. On
one subject skepticism is rapidly dis
appearing. This is due to the actu
al experience of our citizens, and
their public utterances regarding
them. The doubter must doubt no
more in the face of such evidence as
this. The public statement of a rep
utable citizen living right at home,
one whom you can see every day,
leaves no ground for the skeptic to
P. H. Drexlor, Main St., Indepen
dence, Ore., says: I haveused Doan's
Kidney Pills and am glad to acknowl
edge the benefit derived. For a long
time I suffered from a weak back
and an Irregularity of the kidney se
cretions. I was advised to try Doan's
Kidney Pills and procured a box at
P. M. Kirkland's drug store. Tney
gave me relief at once. I continued
and was relieved of every symptom
of the complaint. I am glad to rec
ommend Doan's Kidney Pills as a re
liable remedy for the kidneys."
For sale by all dealers. 'Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., euuaio,
New York, sole agents for the Unit
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. i . ( j ; , . ,
In Business at Hlllsboro.
Stock for the dry goods and cloth
ing establishment to be conducted by
A. Gross in the new Tamiesie build
ing haB begun to arrive and the; own
er expects to be able to have a par
tial opening by a week from next
Saturday. For the present the com
bined stocks will be shown in the cor
ner salesroom, but on the arrival of
he stock of dry goods about the first
of the year these will occupy the
salesroom to the east and the corner
contain clothing and toggery exclu
BlTely. Hillsboro Independent.
plncus Blame No One.
Havs was In Indepen
dence last Monday irem the Rose
le.p )..rl, lu con,p;ii.y itli Hurry
I'ii.riiM, v.l,o Is a in-int.. r f ili- (iff. i
of I'liiciiH ti fun !:- I. t C .'.'"
ori!i cf liopK In tin. II t d Mr. I m
in load., th.- nit. -in' nt io u r pre
n. nlatlve of lie Km. rprUe that !i"
.Io.- in,( eiiHur. Mr. l!iv In any
rummer for th" Ioh of the hops, ax It
wan perfectly uiiawMntil . The firm
of I'iiiciis V So i I l" ii v.ar!. .
that the hop -re i t si.fi a ol that
tley were Ilk' ly lo damage from liU-h
Thin atateuit-nt la made to fhw
that no bluuie ktioul.l at! in h Mr.
Hay In tti Iocs of th hops, con
trary to home n-purta hlh have
been Itolng the round of the community.
Rich Men'e Cifta Are Poor
beside thin: "I want o K'J on rxord
aa saying thut I regard KkUrlc Hit
lers as one of the greattst r.ilts that
God has made to wou:an," write Mr
O. Rhltievault. of V.-ital Cent, r, N
Y.. "I can never forg.-t what it hah
done for me." Thin g.orious ni dleiiie
gl.s a woman buoyant spirits, vigor
of body and Jubilant health. It ud.f k
ly cures Nervousness, Sleejtl-i-KaeM.
Melancholy. H.ada he. Ila.kach--.
Fainting and Dizzy sp lis; soon build;
up the weak. alii, g and sickly. Try
them. f,Oc at all druggists.
G. M. Hoyer. a farmer of the oth.r
side of the river, was in Indepen
dence Tuesday. Mr. Hoys. r Is In pos
session of a stray cow at his farm j
and advertised her in this Issue of I
the Enterprise. He believes that the1
cow belongs to someone here In In- j
A Lively Runaway. J
A lively runaway o-curr. d last Sa'
urday in this city when the team of J
horses driven to town by Messrs.Fos-
ter and Loundes, who reside a f-w
miles north of here, became fright
ened and ran away up Main street
and out on the main road south of
Independence. The rur.a-.-ay f -r.-ended
up with slight damages to the j
wagon and tongue aud the harnofs.
At Calvarv Presbyterian church
next Sunday, services will be held as
follows: Sunday school at 10 o ciock
with mnrnlnET worshiD and sermon at
11. The subject of the morning ser
mon will be, "Who Can unuersianu
His Errors?". In the evening, Dr.
Dunsmore will deliver the tenth of
the series of sermon-lectures or char
acter sketches of men and women of
.v, Rii.to his sublect being, "Jeph-
tha's Daughter, The Consecrated
iui,in This will be an Interest
ing topic, a the final sacrifice of the
maiden in fulfilment of her tamer s
has lone- been a controverted
point among theologians. Evening
service begins at 7:30.
Tho revival services at the Christ-
inn ehorch which have been of great
benefit to the church and to all who
have heard the evangelist, will close
t.h nn0Tt Snndav nieht's services.
There has been a good ingathering of
new members, as well as a reviving
of the old ones, and the church is in
ahnne to do better work. The evan
gelistic work will be renewed in the
early Spring, when another meeung
n-ti he held. A movement is taisea
of to remodel and enlarge the church
hntirtino- and Dut everything on an, up-
to-date footing. Evangelist Black
speaks at 7:30 each night tms ween
A cordial invitation is extended to
all to join in the closing services.
Revival services are being held at
.. Mothndist church in this city.
These meetings opened Monday night
and are being conducted Dy me p
. d.. w .T. Weber. Illustrated
sacred songs and stories are being
mr-tnveH to create interest in. me
meetings. On Friday night ReT. Mc
.h fnrmer nastor. will preach.
There will be no day prayer meetings
on Mondays and Saturdays but on
each of the other days oi im
there will be the 2 o'clock .ervice
r.h,.rch and two or more short
prayer meetings each morning at dif
ferent residences. The interest has
been excellent and each night be-
(ConUnued on la-st Pge )
The Brandagee Label
On Men's Clothing
M-an Hint try detail is trret from ihe pattern of the fabrle
and tho cut cf the jjarin.-i.t to the lining and Interlining that un
cut of night In the fl:.bh"i tenrttiertt. but mean o much tind.-r ac
tual ventre cond iioii. Our 'pot ctuh" plan of bualnes inablea
ua to avi you r& d dlur on every ault. You dou't pay a
n. -UbSbr'a debt when yon trade at a cah tore.
Our boy' aulta are budt to atan.1 boys' wear. The fabric are er
kcalde and th whina ar . firmly aewed. The nobby fall 1K
will pli-aae yo.i.
Cushion Comfort Shoes
Keep the sol'-a of your f t arm because there la a layer of high
grade felt und-r 'U !it.U. fl.-xlblo Innole. They're the ld. al nho. a
for cold feet a well as f ;r t.nder feet We've Just received an
other larpe hhipfi ei t of
Brown's Star-5-Star Shoes
in the latevt fall styles f: r men, women and children. Every pair
built to give satisfactory service.
The coolT wa:h r d. r.-.ands heavier underwear. Our line of
North Star Underwear
Is made In f ill lib.ral dimensions on fine gauge knitting ma -hints
We show a splendid assortment In cotton, mixed wool and cotton,
and pure wool garments at lower prices than you can find at "reg
Have you seen our n vr 11" cf ladles' furs? Fur scarfs are com
fortable as well as stylish. You can't appreciate values offered till
you see goods.
Bamei' Cash Store
E. T. BARNES, PROPRIETOR, SALEM, OREGON
rand Opening of
A noted beauty specialist from the East has been
Imported at great expense to assume charge of this de
partment, conihi t manicuring parlors and hr..cile a
complete line of toilet articles and hair goods. The
complete manieuring parlor equipment from the Po
land store has been brought t Salem for the use cf
this modern Htoit.
ir goods 6n-
A large balcony has been erected In the store to be
used exclusively for beauty parlors and the most com
plete line of hair goods ever shown In the Willamette
valley An expert has assumed her duties here. She is
the only specialist of the kind la Salem. You are in
vited to call and Inspect our new department, meet
the beauty specialist, and tell us what you think of the
. D.- Bans
c.niiitercial Si., SALEM, OR.