West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908, January 21, 1904, Image 7

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    WK8T SIDE ENTEHMISK. INDEPENDENCE, OUEGON
sMom4uL' OHR REGULAR
S. M. DANIEL,
Monmouth
QUAV ANI VKHT.
', Ars ho Duiiioii niit I'llli
of V"HI HIilM
Hrnitte.
4
f
Istora
for
(Jusy Vent
I wore lmoti and l'ythin
f .......
Heiiate, fct i"'"1
i int. iitMiti' really Ji
. mntriMiiltl Companion. N
" n .
men. apparently, can funds
..roiiouniTil contrasts than
i two Hi-imlvr. (Jiuy a North
.'nun; Vest from the Houtl
fa pronounced ItulHciii
jppholder of protection; Vest a
v. Liii.tWwoul IriMMTl ami uo
I it in ff" trade; Juay ft colour
tb Union r'y; Vrt P'01"' '
be fin t Hint he foiiRltt for the Con
i.Jmcy. Hut given two fishing
i it- m ltd at ixt nf bail, and these
et rans experienced that one
h .,f nature Inch makes thu
rhole world kin.
tw vi-ars siro. a a result of
: flerc-w fallional fight tn IV nn
vlvanU. (iuay reached Washing-
hi with a crrtifieate o! appoint-
jemt to the Hi-nato from the lov
t'in nt till! Kevtoue Btate. The
.rriilntUM had been deadlocked;
, (Himtion Immediately ftfOcn iu
i t'oit-'l fW Heinle I the
...,.li,iin..i.t rniiHlitulioual? The
iwver of tho upiHir house of Con-
1 thu j i ro I ami i to it fur
ihn tiractical Houston
i.mt,l i.rses. It was admitted
r both fltlf that it a k
id im.k cmU-st Unit n cinKle
,(. ..nt.l ili-ciilii thu issue. At
AttlllXtit was tt!t-J and bo
vJ that if i'.tay rro not senti-d
would sound tin- l'Kth knell of
j.ului'Ml supremacy. The
inyit chwim-d Vitn it niatttr
conr-v.
Th Missouri Senator had b''n
ry ill. n ml it wit feared would
t, be i:i l.i n-at wh'n tho vote
. taken. On th luurninn of the
t f U t ' 'fiioii the Kre.-a htiizo
.rs i'f th SitmUt Mfio jtili'l
.,11, iuil Vi-m!1, looking Jm'iUtt
il worn, w.iH n.-i-t' l tuhi phtre.
n'j tin iilK loll-t l.5 liiolJH Iit-
to hr'utg H latin from hii) kick
1? 'J hi' toll eall jiroi-t rtloj ttlni'l
trt't int'n!t inU"(t. Every
i.i.r wh in hi lii-o kcrjiing
on ttio vat. Th" nuiii rt'
ilJ iii ulj'liAbi-lii al onier ami
. uh'rk near the t-mi c.f tho
1. It w us a tin
Atui l hrnrt-hn-ahing oitenco tv
f ui.ui in the cluunhi'r almost ftt
c r-ttnie instant rt-ttUzcJ that Vent
iuld httvn tho deciding vote,
ould hu vote "Yv" t ) ticcfjit tho
etiotitd cwh;ntiftl of liia Hh
X ehimi. or "No," to rjwt them?
Mr. V.hI," Cftllod tho chirk,
ih ii luoontououB dranl.
Kviry yo ws tumod In the
fqtion of the Mtnuourt wnator.
nut niotijnlesH, unheeding the
"Mr. VcHt," repffttwl tho clerk,
a irimiig voice, as if piqued at the
y Steal efl'ort reipuirnd to call a
lilt twice.
Once more every eye turned to
ird tho veteran from tho oiith,
d every ear was turned to hear
5 renjMHKio. lie half rofe in lii
it. and then iu a voice that was
unhliniz and husky he annwered:
"I, vote 'No.' "
Ihen the man who could nol
eroome hia constitutional convic
ni sank hack in his seat exhaust
, and the wires flashed forth the
ws that his bosom friend had
it with disister Quay's partisans
ro frivolous, but Quay's voice
i$ silent and his face inscrutable.
That was the act of a drama
lit was only half seen and not
derstood by the public. But its
;ael was truly Quay like. Two
"rs later the Pennsylvania Legis
ire re-elected Quay to the Sen
Flowers were dumped into
Senate ty the wagonload;
mm
7
0
egms
And Will
aturday, January th
Continue Until Further Notice.
Ml oar Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Women's and Children's Jackets and
Capes, Rain Coats and Mackintoshes, our entire stock of Dress Gooas, Fancy Waistings,
etc., to go at sale prices. Don't wait; early buyers wity secure best bargains.
Clothing
Men's 115 00 suits for flO.M
12.W)
10.00. 7.y
000 . fi.7.1
7..M) 5.K5
n.M)
WK) .IMS
Dress Goods
We have left severs! p. aces, nice
shades, heavy skirting. All regular
11.50 Rood for. 11.20 pT yard
1.2" per vd dress goods ferlKte. . . .
.'too. TOc
.7,rK5 r,',c
.C.',c 4-jo..;.
.G'lc 45c
All our Eadles' Jackets at lm
THAN COST
2 Ladies Tan, si?e 3S-40 111.50 Jacket Jor. . . .$7.50
2 ' ' " 2W0 15.W " " ....10.00
2 " Wue " 2 9.50 v " 6.00
2 ' I5lack " 31-33 5.W " " 3.75
2MissmRed " IS 9.00 ,: 5.75
2 I.sdif Tan " 3S-40 H'jO " '.... 4.50
Ladies $10.00 Uaincoats now 17.50
6.00 4.50
5.00 3.50
Men's $10 and 12 50 Box Coata 7.50
Minxes $3 Bain Coats 3.50
Men's and Boys' 11.75 And 2.50capfl
coat '. 1.25
We are overstocked in these goods and
must close them out.
BESIDES THE ABOVE BARGAINS WE GIVE YOU A
7YT PFlt CKXT DSCOfAYT F0JI CASH on all oilier linos of goods, except Muslins, Prints, Rubber !5oot3 and Shoes and Stamped
Shot' at l"fi!c prices ore dru'thj cash. We want to bo koj.t busy dui ing tho dull month of January . We need the room these good occupy
anl w'int tin in out of our wav. Ust but not leant we need eomo extra cash to pay our bills. If you owe us anything on account we will appreciate
an carl v hottlemcnt.
y followers packed the galleries.
i -r-
-hest Fr-ioe for iFtnalt iry , Bacon; Lar'ci,. Klggs
YOURS FOR BUSINESS, ' '
V V 1 1
uth
3'
Or goo
fie t.w.k the onth calmly, po?pibly
with an inwnrd filling tf elevation
over Lis victory, but af'.or that
disij p ur-d in a most inyi'tcrious
maimer. Admirers who wanted to
(,'ive him a diimer were nonplused.
When he returned four or five hours
later a nieirihcr of the family in
quired anxiously:
' Where have you been? Your
friend have hen looking for you
everywhere."
'I have Iwen taking dinner with
an old friend," ho said, quietly.
Who was it?"
Quay shifted about, like a school
boy about to ho scolded, and said,
with just a touch ol defiance:
"Jt was my friend Vent."
And so it'wa. and the friendship
of many, ninny years still con
tinues. lTtica Globe.
Notice to Voter.
Notaries Public throughout the
County, in the several voting pre
cincts, have been suplied with' reg
ihtration blanks. All voters are re
quired to register on or before May
15, 1901. llcginter early and avoid
extra expense ot tho county
RcgUtraiion is required erery two
years.
U. S. LouoiiAur,
County Clerk.
Dabbling In Stocks.
Does it pay to dabble in stock?
That is a question that a good
many can answer. The manner of
answering, however depends on
which side of the fence the man
jumps off. Some are losers and
some are winners A man cannot
win all the time unless he ia an ex
traorinarily keen man, and there
are but few of these. The best of
financiers have their ups and
downs, and you can count on your
fiogtrs ths really suceeeful spec
ul'tors, t. ,, men who aro in tho
ganie all tho titntj.
When you u(e the !);t'ts who put
their money into ki'ks, in u e
ultiv sense, you cannot htlp but
bnve a pity for them, mid this en-
. ' . . '.1. . ;k -
pecmiiy S' mo case nun iumi
who ha hud the Kii-miUtive fever
and gets oyer it. We have one in
iuit.d at the presnnt . tiin, and
when he sees tlie merchant, the
professional nisin or the .mechanic
nlneine hi money in the bands of
the mob down thero on Vvall street
to cat up and !oat o'er, ho s;ivs,
'Poor fools!''
ph ftrllealthh
222 Soutb Peoria PL,
Chicago, Iu... Oct. 7, 1902.
Eight inntitlis aao I so ill
Uist I was cumiHilit-d to lie omit
tlown nearly all the time. Sly
etoniach wai to weak arul upset
that 1 could keop nolhinff on it
and I vomited treqeenuy. I
could not urinate without great
pain and I couched so much that
my throat and luupa were raw
and sore. The doctors pro
nounced it PriRht'a diwHise and
others said it was consumption.
It mattered little to me what
Uiey called it and I had no do
sire to live. A sister visited ine
from St. Louis and asked me if
I had ever triud Wine of Cardui.
I told her 1 had not and she
bought a bottle. I believe that
it saved my life. I believe many
women could save much suffer
ing if they but knew of it value.
Don't you want freedom from
pain? Take Wine of Cardui
and make one supreme effort to
ba well. You do not need to be
a weak, helpless sufferer. You
can have a woman's health and
do a woman's work in life. VThy
not secure a bottle of Wine of
Cardui from your druggist to- .
day?
He reasons this way, ami it will
bef.iund tru. in the majority of
case. There if a greater inequal
iiy of the amounts won or lont, fig
uring winnings and los.ses the
srirne to begin with. This is clear
ly proven by the following:
A tnn buys 10) shares of stocks,
s ty nt 70, ctnieg it thirty days and
then sells it at 72. His gros prof
it is $ 200. Take fronvthis his com
mission of $23 and the interest on
the $10,000 at a dollar a day, and
he has a net profit of 1143. Take
theery same proposition, change
the two point profit to a loss and
seo. Ilia gross loss is $200, which
with the commission and interest
wuold make a net loss of $235
Here is a difference of $110 against
the loser on a proposition apparent
ly the same' Admitting that he
makes six turns always the same
and breaks even, lhat is, makes
three winnings and three losings,
his account will stand as follows:
Three losings at $255, $763; three
winnings at $145, $435. Therefore,
he is out of pocket $330. Now to
avoid losing at all, ho must win
sixteen times at $143, making a
total of $2,320, against losing
nine times at $225, making a total
of $2,205. So one can see in- the
end he will be $35 ahead. That is
a good average, too.
Now, tako in consideration the
wear and tear of nerves, loss of
sleep and the chance of losing your
whole investment, and a- conclu
sion is arrived at that a job of carry
ing bricks at $2 50 a day is an easy
thing in comparison. Geneva Re
yiew. '
A Wouderful Nerve.
Iter.
Carlisle I 15.
I L. D.
Marttu,
Of Wawcrly, Texas, writes: "Of a
moriiiiij.', when !irt nrisins,', Icften find
a troublesome collection of phlegm,
winch pr iuees a cough and is very
hard to dUlnilce; nut a small quantity
of Italian!': llorehouitd Hyrup will at
once dil'i:e it, and the trouble is
over. Ik now of no medicine that is
equal to it, and it is w pletsaut to
take. I can mot cordially recom
mend it to all persons needing a medi
cine for throat or lung trouble." ijc,
50c and $ 1.00. Sold hy A. t. JLo:ke.
Johnson, the clothier, at Salem,
is the popular place for Polk coun
ty people to trade. Finest display
in the valley.
G. A. HURLEY,
Attorney at Law and
Notary Public.
Collections Promptly Made Titles
. Investigated.
East Side Main Street,
ISDEPE.VDE.VCE, -:- OkEGO.V.
Is displayed by many a man endur
ing palna of accidental Cuts, Wounds
Bruises, Scalds, Sore feet or stiff joits
But there's no need for it. Buoklen't
Arnica Salve will kill the pain and
cure the trouble. It's the beet salve en
earth for Piles, too. 25c, at A. S
Locke Druggist.
HAVE YOUR
MEASURE
TAKEN
for your new Fall frarment3.
It is the only proper and sat
isfactory way of buying yotir
clothes, being: that "GOOD
CLOTHES ARE ALWAYS
MADE TO ORDER." Make
your selection from the tail
oring line of
STRAUSS BROS.
Chicago, Est. 1S77
Good taUors for over a quarter century
You'll find a world of pleas
ure in wearing the clothes
made by Strauss Bros.,
faultless in style, fit, finish
and materials. They're bo
much better than the' ordi
nary run of clothes, yet
prices are astonishingly low,
and your perfectly safe in or
dering1, because if pannenta
are not satisfactory, yon
needn't take them. WE
WILL BE PLEASED TO
SHOW YOU OUR GREAT .
LINE OP SAMPLES
CALL OK
P.M.Kirkland
E. T. IIESKLE,
BarberShop.
MAIX STREET,
One door south of Post Office.
Fine Baths in connection with shop
Independence, - . Oregos.
isk tlie Agent for Tickets
rid
TO SPOKANE
ST. PiCL, DULUTH, MIXSEirOLlS,CHIClGO
AND ALL POINTS CAST.
2 IIIAIXS DAILY
Fast Time
NEW EQUIPMENT TMHOUOMCUT
2
-Iay Coaches
Palace and Tourist Sleepers.
Dining and Buffet Smoking Library Can.
DAYLIGHT TRIP THROUGH CAS
CADE AND ROCKY MTN 8
For rates, folders and Ml lafosma
tion regarding tickets, routes, sH eail
on or address H. DICKSOK, Oi
Ticket Agent. J. W. PHAiOS Thw.
Pass. Apt., Portland.
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