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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1904)
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West Side Enterprise., p4iJ-eut of thi fum IVrrj cUiBJt for uHi Krvl" "f ;;,, TU!.r.M- - f
n-iurK Kvijir riM. ; kV.iv. drutv for Linn count. Th S. P. has b-a !." iitirf"'"""- u" (1 r. ; i ::-
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.,,! ...1. If ihry '"i'irt li'u!-I !t,,J
I ,. nuix f i IT' nnvii frmi
M..i(. 'r vcrunj.
"riTTVV iTiI!nok. 1"), J. It. McNary the neit rixtr -Uy ct.r,ge ur
SirSalrnCl rTUt. r r' : for Mtrion. IW, tut McNarr the better uh morning train
Thv Pulk Comity Oii-ntr.
in it hvtiu nom in ' E
Ktrkftri-k. of !''.. mtl.e re
put l:o.n candidate to r-j r' ''
Polk count in the en!
sice tL district ttArnr lives nJ rt-turning t r 4me route in ; ju (U .. ntatioa of Mr Kir-
in ttis countr ce aces coi cue ice eTeutos:. cuiu tum.. tr,e ik-uhi
'i '!oeJ n JJitional sum to out of I'wrtlinJ hich will rut;
libit nmJ in the Uw. Thereto McMmnville by y of
!ii in I'loweuci of tZ'0 for j Wbiuor in. J then tick to
" derutr hire for Tolk couctr but ', VhitroQ nl on to hertJn,
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i ,yi tht .r am.ul. rii.rnt.,
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Hp rrpubliiin r MiM,
'April 7; the cnuuir r.)flt,
j .1 J'fii i'.
Nt ;n .. - -
r.m -4,u.t-M ! r7 out- ; would pive o turning nnu. u lfc n,, -ct t) tho
'w'1 j J. N. Hirt, the'present incutn- in cprortunit to r-ach Portlanl j,,, ii0 hue i j ri ffuirt
; bent is i cmdiJate for re-elect- in the evening, nd i.o r;I
Jii atl dH? not JliiMiihv
. i - .'I .11 rxaJilv Kinl.ti.! i'',,V... 1
l!t.!H! n! - - " ".k,
r, ,f r.n.K tirl('otl,rr ruuntre Je.:re. t
cn the :t
the communications it! the county
tbelseat three important char.,;' .
jelecte.i ia the si'irr of t-NXI, thit may be ! the fwple of .Newt-erg wry
.f.V IMPor.TJ.VT OmCE.yion The jmr)rt4nce of
rtn nf the most imp-Mlint 1 roition together ith
officers to I
coming campaign ii that of , saved, will probably bring out much apf rrci v.e
District Attorney. TLis oficej others, though there is u vet
is one that requires the higbest j no irowed cindidate ia opfo-
degree of integrity nd honesty j ition to Mr. Hart. There i
ind the can chosen to 11 it,ome opposition to Mr. Hart J
like Citsars wife should be 'tut as vet it is not organized?
, other t!iin lU ca.'S'InIi'-'-
above suspicion. It is even
more essential to the rights and
protection of individuals and
ocietv to have a man that ran
cor centered on any other can
didate. The semination is by
delegates to the state convention
and solicitude for delegates will
r r!C.r. do h"!e rnutn
from Washington leioken the
i.far aprrcjt.-h of larupaijji:
A nutnlr of Volk onty -
pie yesterJay met ted Ut-r j
goernrr.eut nuip of t!.e t'n.tt-J,'
UU1. It was forwar ied t the
i !. l'I, woui'ri j J. M. ."lark, K. (". Kirifjc !
II' f f '....I- V.'.m I ..i.l... .1
' '! t t the Uorl.l loir. "
luLr u. 1 It i, will you hav for itite Hu
l the l.- butt.-r -f Wi j
iTt.tnt 'n..ke in iViformi: Pytoii tl. cm r,ftftt
. . I !! t!toIIl-vri OH h.vin. ,
l ai.k t uildiog left any y
-. !ic K. gi'liT is pro
It !:m d.i-arded it
a n .i" iH
i i now six
reuet of Congressan n:r'r , ,U11,( ..f,; .a, th- .... i
is the Wmt r i:T Kri:IK.
I l-I T
cot be swerved from the path of, be more ia evidence after dele-
duty and justice in this oflce ' gates are named at the primaries.
than on the bench a circuit
judge; for if the judge goes
wrong the supreme ceurt can
right his acts but under the
present law. the district attorney
may take the place of the old
common law institution of a
grand jury. In this district a
grand jury ia seldom called and
if one be called, the iitrict
attorney is legal adviser while
.Y WBEEG W.LYTS IT
The Newberg Graphic, which
has been taking interest ia a
proposed change of railroad
service says: "On last Saturday
the writer called on W. E.
Coman of the passenger depart-
dent of the Southern Pacific'
and in a few minutes conversa
tion laid some of these matters
Colonel E. H. Cro.!r U lx -r;.r-r iiu-irceraied
Leeu appointed to g to Japan j a i- a Volif1 f1"
to studr the methods of Japan! in the Precin t tn hich the jad
.n l Russia in killins each other! ' Uavtl Thi -rpletu
otf. If any improvements overj'le
the ordinary methtvU of
exterminating foes at ar are
discovered, Colonel Crowds
will report to this govenmernt.
Besides nominating I
Harris for cor.gre-s it the Kirst
the iurv is nsuallr made ud of (before him. He said he was
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men inexperienced in the tech-j glad to be reminded of theso
nicalites of law and the district j conditions just at this time as
attorner is the controlinr power. oSeials were considering some
district, the Eugene Register is!
out for Xet Williamson in the;
Third. There is danger of the;
Register being a.-kel why it U;je
.tjoa of law is one ith tich 3 THAIS I KOM lt)KTLaNt)to
; to KarMi I'ttf ; thfwjgh l'i ttuu
Anent the closing of gsmbliug ; -wfin -' tti row,
m Jilrin, lit Oregutuan riio.Jtt-j,wilt);,lf ri,msttmt imiiimit)
!Ir uggert it's not Ut to Tort Ml I
TIani. And it .-t..I nearer to ro ro.u.. m
UHiepen.: er.ee ana tno roaa isj .......,, . , j.
I'..fl rj Ft Wtrftd. m .
ktiml t"ty. t. I Xj
Under the present law, the
district attorney may alone,
without the intervention of a
grand jury, draw an indictment,
against an individual, prosecute
important changes in the pas
senger service of the West Side
lines. The Graphic i3 convinc
ed that the people have a good
friend in the person of Mr.
would return the Second district ;
congressman but kick out the
It is hardly likely th South-
era racinc anow ita wei
rails to rut ith the in-
him and take his life. The op- j Coman and further that he
portanity for mischief is cn- go as far in the improvemenl
limited if the district attorney I of the service as the officials it
be an unscrupulous man. It is the head ofSeers will permit.'
creased tratT.c all along the line
acting (or increased M-rvice.
At:utr tk, rotr,
l.u:Kr.u('lT1N 103 o
Haotictr I.oou, Oio
Wo. mod Katt. !
within his power not only to
wink at law-breaking but to
menace law-abiding citizens.
Polk county has famished
the district attorney for this
district, Polk, Marion, Linn,
Yamhill and Tillamook counties
the past four years. The total
It 13 always expected that a
railroad company will pat on
more trains when the business
ia in plain Tiew, bn t it i3 also
true that a company can often
The lack of dwelling houses
in Independence deserves the
To the senate committee in
vestigating the Mormonic charg
es a-iiiin-t Senator Srnoot
i President Joseph Smith ai he
perferred to disobey the law
rather than abandon hi five
wive. J. (ieorgi Stoll, has
onlv three wives, and be is in
be induced to increase the ser- attention of some one. Emi-
vice when the prot3 may not
be so plain'.y in sight, if the
grants have been arriving the
past fortnight and more are on
There has been a congestion
of immigrants in Portland and
on the west bound overland
The l-oundary dispute ltern j
Ecuador and Peru is to be set- , . , .
tied by the Kin of St ain, as ! t M.a ioB.h.n..wj.
arbiter. Prttiy Knotty
tion far so young a (hap
C i mot tr, i'nilm.B,
H;kt).. Mihcnpiiii, I
l .al. to,oih Mil-
The Portland jailbirds hsve
taken the trouble to go oul and
register and now ther are thoe
mean enough to opposo their
voting at the primaries.
Every business man of Imle
Tohoar. I'ott'.nd to O.toa. i
ctittign t4 rt. Ikk.ta i
ril or - mn4 nll via IVn i
IX,'EAN AMI KiVER hCllKDIU,
Alt mlief dalm I
titjct W fhn.
for hmn Frcio 4
h.ilr S day.
..WE PREPAY THE FREIGHT . .
TREASURE & GEM TOP
SOLID OAK BUFFET
The most complete
piece of Furniture
for a Kitchen. We
will sell the top 01
table separate at 4
each or the two'coin
bined for - $8-00
OUR OWN MAKE
With swell gia-
'l"'ir a.'iu Kir'o
fhap-'l Uiiriur $ lit
Ab'.'llt thi- mun-
thing Mith Hat
glais Jonr, - .i;;ti
i t ' 1 1
THIS ELEGANT TABLE
Highly Finished, Hard Wood, Only $9.00
BED EOOM SUIT
With FRENCH BEVELED GLASS 24x30 Inches
Former Price $25. Special Price $20.
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We have a large lire of
Extension Tables and are
gelling them like the
time honored "hot cakes''
because our prices are
wa pat tss fbszgb;.
-Msf sS' atf ay
Our Carts are Uphol- f I
Btorotl aud fated with I I
special parsol especiall j
for our trade and we
guarantee them to be the
h'8t on the market f
m ''- m
50 PATTERNS OF
JUST RECEIVED !