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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1904)
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SalentVs ' Busiest Stored
,, This Is the itore In which tout prices originate. IVe lead and other try to follou.
The hone of lou, prices. Th and few $ucceed ln matchlng them eoen In part. There Is
no reaSon uh you shoal no ourgoodar. ,A. 6. W, an, our .ior.'f l. .r.
..curt, rt.f HUor. tf' u- fl,y r. ,ot,ay ,or ,ampUt and pric..
lopta, yiu In vry way. wur ,
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IiiLCXaS SUITS and JACKETS
Th. gnM .1 .vent In lb. hUlurjr -I lW .lt snd Jar. Mlllng Thl.
gr crowd..,,!,,.., Wi C. H.I.H.,. Feb. 0. If you .r. not full, fitted out I. the
Hatter of we.rl,,, .H-l. now I. your gr..U opportunity. T - W U repeat-
advb, M. .11 lb. nl.. - !-' y ,,,e
,1m of ny Huit. or Jacket la our entire dt.rttuint for
V.lu.l K.nglnri Up IHtfh 30.00.
' Advance .hipnienl ol snrln
,. Uood. offered for early b"y
rc Om nl see some ol H'""'
early eprlng fabric New U'I'K
nr. .Iways Interesting, and thee
B-xmI. bm j.rilcii!rly . They're
pretty B,iJ .itr.cllvo. and :
are UihImiui.; U r wor
J,yuf your liillon. No trouble
lo .how good., whether you buy
SAMI'LKt ON HKQUKHT.
yp r "
ply ju.t what you want t Jiiel tb right
price.. All lb. n.wMt embroidered pat
tern. r nhown hi the d.iulict ol heer
linaii. An umn.toh.ble tork to iel-t
Th. flwt of our
grt .pring ur
cIjm. of Kmbroid-eri-i,
wrlloni.nd Bclingn rfchtxl u. lant
werk nd .re offered (or uniuu.lly low
50c qualities, up to 18 1 y4
inchei wide, art now
35c qualities, up to
12 inches wide.
3MCEXTS SUITS and OVERCOATS
H,owti the iii.d with ti ambition to drr-M well, In jerfect tt, who know. tyl.
and HI In g.rin.nti and who wcrnie. the wconomy of qu.litv, and we'll .bow you the
n..n to whom our clothing apal. n..t forcibly. We have other clothing .tore., and
tome tiling, no other .tore. h.ve. at price, lower than you can find cltewhere.
EACH SUIT AND OVERCOAT REDUCED.
For any JJ0.00 Suit or Overcoat
For any $ J 5X0 Suit or Overcoat
For any $20X0 Suit or Overcoat
For any $25.00 Suit or Overcoat
r 4 i
Ixok for the new
Flrnt ot .11 the
nan thing-.oft OnenUl color, worked
worked Into courne c.na. ground., and
lighted here with a fl..h of gilt eobered
there with a .pot of black.
New Ideas Are In.
New ipring Corwt. to
harmonlte with the new
iprinft gown. Our line
I. nn.urp.Med, new-
model, to fit all figure..
Special line of broken lots of Cor
sets, prices ranging: up to $20,
Black Ribbon, are back into
favor ag.lr and with a rn.h-
Look around you and aee ii the
rooet .mattly attired woman
those who are quickest to nete
fashion, change. aren't now
wearing larjse, black ribbon bow..
We are showing a 4-incb, .111 .ilk
black uffeta ribbon of extra
JRipwblicans of Independence and"
Vicinity Get Together and
A Banquet to be Served on Satur
day Night, February 13th
bera ehould aiK the to in the
hanila of tbe aecret.ry. Claud
CITY COUNCIL MKKTIKO.
Full Quorum Irci"ut .uI Kou
tlne Itualiieaa IMaiMiaetl of.
A 1'olk County Ucpublican Club
vu organined at the opera houe in
lndepomlence Wednesday night,
nd prej'araliona set on foot for a
big banquet on Saturday ulghl, Feb
j. L. Hanna waa ulected pres
ident and Claud Fiyer secretary of
, The following were elected as an
executive committee: H. D. Coop
P w. W. Percival, M. Merwiu,
Fred Obcsrer, Walter Lyon, I. L.
Emith, K. M. Young, O. D. Hidor,
J. K. Cooper, W. H. Murphy, W.
K. lluvina and J. E. llubbard.
As a fjnanco committee, J. H.
Cwr, NV. W. l'orcival J. 8.
Cooper, Jfrea urur uu
Stark were appointed. Committee
on arrangement for baniuot . were:
V. W. l'erival, J. K. Hubbard
and Fred Oberer.
Tlie club was organized upon
a algncd petition of upwards of a
hundred republicans and, starts off
uiiciouHl y. Tho banquet will ba
given at the Little Palaco Hotel
and invitations will be ispued to
prominent republicans In the dif
ferent parts of tho state. The com
mittee on arrangement is now at
work and viuitors at the banquei
trill be shown how Polk county
republicans do thinRS.
Thetimo of the first meeting
was spent on tho details of organ
there was little speech
making. The mctitig adjourned
lubject to the call ol tne prcsiucni
i Tbose wishing to become mem-
The regular semi monthly meet
ing of the city council was held
Tuesday evening with a lull
The bonds of the treasurer and
marshal were approved; also the
bond for liscense for Imperial sa
i A resolution was adopted
declaring license granted by the
council to not he transferable.
The of matter repairing the jail was
referred to the committee of Health
and Police. Tho committee was
1ho inatructed to ascertain the
cost of two steel jail cells.
I T unit motion of Councilman
Locks, the marr-hal was directed to
notify boys who congregate in
b1r moniB or other resorts for
gambling purposes that such con
duct will not be loieraieu.
Hilts were allowed as follows:
Water Lioht Company. .tlOti.
J.W. Kichardsou Jr
treasursr fees u
uwlnunll- work l.bU
O I V 'T hi - - -
A. J. Tupp" marshal
vv CI Kh Annan re-
, corders fees.. w M
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
FEBRUARY 8, '04.
Homes and Wagon.
Vnr Ro1a Grav mare 8 years
old; weight K500 pounds; price
$150. Bay gelding 9 years old;
weight 1500 pounds; price .150.
Also 3i inch Old Hickory wagon
and box for 35. Horsea guaran
teed to be sound.
LUCKUMUTJE Fl-OfRINO MlLLS Co.
CASEY, the Policeman
SPECIAL SCEKERX XE1F S0XGS, XEW
DJXCES, PRETTY GIRLS.
Reserved Seats at Usual Flaee.
em Pages Bone Print
$1.50 a Year
Paper Stops When Time is Up
Escaped An Awful Fate.
Mr. II. n.RRln.,' of Melbourne, Fla.,
write.: "My doctor told nie I bad
Consumptlou and nothing could be
done for me. I was given up to die.
nu r.. f fri trial lottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Conoump
.... induotKi me to try It. Result.
..-,iinw T am on the road to
rverv and owe all to Dr. King's
m. 1 , 1 HI
nu,u.vnrt it aureiv M '"J
life." This great cure Is guaranteed
for all throat and lung disease, oy
.. . -.t lima tltaeaiies by A. 8.
Looke Droggl.ta. Prloe 50o & fl.OO.
Trial Bottles free.
Commercial Job Work A Specialty
KntiM in hereby eiven that I have
k ,w annninted bv the county
WT HJ "t I "
court of Polk county, Oregon as the ad
ministratrix of the e.tate 01 isertna
Ohms, deceased. All persons having
claim, against .aid e.tate are requireu
to present the same to the undersigned
at the law office of tfutier -oaa. m
Pallas, Tola county, Oregon, duly veri
6ed in manner provided by law, within
gix month, from dttte thereof.
Dated, December 30th, 1903.
Emma A. Ohms,
Executrix of the estate ol Bertha
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