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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1904)
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INDEPENDENCE KNTEkTKISE, INDKITDECK, OlttflON
S. M. DANIEL,
S. M. DAJf
egins Saturday, January 9th
And "Will Continue Until Further Notice.
Zi Vlji'o nrtrl I Htlrtrnn C I inttlinCT I i Jli Til I'Tl V rAZLI IIllLLLfUfl A flOCOU'
Capes, az Coafc azc Mackintoshes, our entire stock of Dress Goods, Fancy Wai
4 - . . T.4- .- -i Affile fr i crri i m fmct i f rem in c i.
etc., u C at uttr primus. ljuu i ivu.ii, vu.i iy uuyvia wni Jtv,ui i v,dv,.-.
Men'i $15.00 suits for 110.50
Wo hv left neveral p!cea, nioe
hades, heavy skirting. All regular
$1.50 goods for $1.20 per jard
1.25 per rd dress goods for90o. . . .
Jill cur Ddics' jackets M less
2 Ladies Tan, size 3.S-40 $11.50 Jacket for
2 " SH-40 15.00 ' " " .
2 " Ulue " 32 9.50
2 " Black 34-33 5.00 " " .
2 Mimes Red 18 9.00 " " .
2 Ladies Tan " 38-40 0.50 " " .
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Ladies $ 10.00 HalncoaU not
Men' 110 aii.I I'Jfat ii, r' r
Mine 15 Itain Coats
Men's and Hoys' $1.75 ioAl'A
Ws are orerUcksd In tlx J
must close ihein out.
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BESIDES THE ABOVE BARGAINS WE GIVE YOU At
TEX PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR CASE on all other lines of goods, except Muslins, Prints, llubtar Hoots and Shoes and $'
Shoes. Goods at sale prices are strictly cash. We want to bo kept busy duiing the dull month of January. Wo need tho room theso Kxxi..'
and want them out of our way. Last but not least we need some extra cash to pay our bills. If you owo us anything on account wo will i;nf
an early settlement.'
I-IigHest Frioe for Foultry, Bacon, Lard, H3g
" T YOURS FOR BUSINESS, ,
. DANIEL, iVJonmouth, Oiregci
Miss Maggie Butler has la grippe.
People here heard thunder Sunday.
William Kobinson, of Airhe, was In
town on business Saturday.
W. P. Fisher is in Portland, and bos
been there for a couple of weeks.
The Evangelical meeting is still go
ing on. Up to the present, there has
been six conversions.
Jefferson Robinson, of Lewiaville, is
stopping at his sister's, Mrs. M. .
CKelley, for the present. I
The Kev. Btrope, of Kings Valley,
has moved into one of Mrs. Whitney's
houses and is helping in the meeting
at the Evangelical church.
Miss Phoeba Hiatt and sister, Ber-
nice, left this week for Washington,
-where they will visit friends and rela
tives for a couple of months. '
Professor T. O. Huchihson, of Wood
burn, Marion county, was the guest of
Uncle Ira F. M. Butler the first of the
week. We always like to greet old
Joe Kose has'fized up the sidewalk
in front of the livery stable, and while
Monmouth sidewalks are good, yet
they have been fixing them up for two
months or more.
We are making prices on steel
ranges that more the goods. Spec
ial discount for the next sixty
days. R. M. Wade & Co.
An example of patience was furnish
ed by a man driving through Mon-
jnouth the other day. His horse balk
ed in front of the post office. Instead
of using profanity and a club, he sat
on his seat, deliberately smoking his
pipe and talking with passers-by until
his horse moved on.
L. L. D.
Saved From Terrible Death.
The family of M. L. Bobbltt of
Bargerton, Tenn., saw her dying and
was powerless to sare her. The most
and skillful remedy was used, failed,
while consumption was slowly but
surely taking her life. In this terrible
hour Dr. Kings New Discovery turned
despair into jey. The first bottle
brought immediate relief and its con
tinued use completely cured her It's
the most certain cure in the world for
throat and lung troubles. Guaranteed
Bottles SOc and (1.00 Trial Bottles
Free at A. S. Locke's Drug Store.
Of Wawerly, Texas, writes: "Of
mornnlg, when firstarlslog, I often Hud
a troublesome collection of rihWm.
which produces a cough and is very
bard to dislodge; but a small quantity
of Ballard's Horehound Hyrup will at
oooe dlslodne it, and the trouble Is
over. I know of no medicine that Is
equal to It, and It is so pleasant to
take. I can most cordially rooom
mend it to all persons needinir'a nieril.
cmefor throat or lunu trouhln."
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uvi nuu vi.uu. doiu y A. B, ljOCke.
Notice to Voters.
John McMelon jumped out of his
wagon one day last week, and as he
struck the ground, one of his horses
lucked him on the leg above the knee,
fracturing one of the bones, but he is
getting along very well.
Notaries Public throughout the
County, in the several Toting pre
cincts, have been suplied with reg
istration blanks. All voters are re
quired to register on or before May
15, 1904. Register early and avoid
extra expense ot the county
Regintration is required every two
U. S. LOCO HART,
a. m. jfaniei, Monmouin, an
nounces his annual clearance sale
on another page of this issue and
offers some rare bargains.
l'ortiaml and Jteturn Only
The Southern Pacifio Co. is now
sewing round trip tickets to Pert
land from Independence, for $2.50,
good going Saturday or Sunday,'
jckuiuiuK ounuay ana Monday,
giving all day Sunday and Monday
m Portland. The same arm-.
ment applies from Portland, giving
Portland peonle a chancA in
Valley points at greatly rednd
Do not Overlook our clearance
sale, January 15 to February 15.
Bargains in all lines. We must
make room for our new goods. W.
Ladies' and children's caiw and
jackets at less than cost at 8. M
nol uiMlloln for Urn iHmmlm.
1 -""""n". it Ihimnl.
MARTIN, I'trkonbarg, W. Va.
If your lirer dooi not art reg
ularly go to your dnif uint and
jncure a parka, of iWord's
Xl!aok-Irauglit and take a dne
tonight. Tbi, gnAl fluaii
niicine frew, the cointipatd
bowl. rtirs up the torpid hrer
and can healthy .ecrstion
ThHford'i Black . Draught
will clfnnM the bowels of im
punttet and itrengthen the kid-"7T-
.A,. wpil liver invite
colds, hi lomnws, chills and
IfT'-r arid all manner of lick
ne and contagion. W.ak kid
neyi result in liright'i disaose
which claims a many victims
M consuniption A 25-cent
Mckam of Thedford'i Dlark-
liT. iii:nkm; i t
MAIM STREP, j I
One door south of Par' 3
Fine Hatha in connects
Indetkjsdence, :f "
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AND ALL POIMTMClj j
2 Tit A IKS JUIl
Ptlaee and Tourist
Dining and Bullet Smoklnjkio Lm
DAYLIGHT TRIP THBOjg
CADE AND ItOCKI.B..
For ratAa. fnlilnra and ''n''
tlon reKardins tickets, m",.
on or address H. DKK r --,
Ticket Agent. J. W. l'BeT N ,
Pass. A ut., Portland. . . i
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