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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1904)
iMR. HART WRITES
Invites Thofouh Investigation of
District Attorney's Olfkc
istration. Gmgresslonal Situation. Probable
Outcome of Strife for Sen
VbU, Or., March L'S, 1WM
Ki-itok Wht Hikk Kntkui'iuhic:
My Mltcntion lm boon called
to in lii'rinl in your Umm of
'J.'.th lnt. As the article is
,lire. tl chiHly at me, I hoj
yi.u will Kiv '""I""'' for tr'
j,y. Evory tfooI c-itirn will
.ndors whnt you say with refer
,,,p to tho importune of th
!!' of district attorney, and th
unification required of ono
who successfully 1'ilU it- '
tjtiMiitMW, however, if permit
tidto ni uiu-hnlU'np'il ly me,
might toiiftrue-I to ho tacit
.1 . . t . . . i
n.l.Moii tlit U.'.y nrc trie.
n-.Ni'iit tlie insinuation
l,uc need thu ollii-o for the pur
,,. ..f rMfiini;. Any "stories;
from nnilull or u..y oti.erp- " , "
. . ...... ..ir..,.i ... l,..!lv mil' out Harris pays thin tribute
. ..... .i .
UW I defy nv one to point. HrriK. tl. bril-,
, ,4 Mgh,' iiisUnc. where l!"1 U,,K '''""'. ';
lvoevrattrmpt-l to .Holl,, '' Oregon'a opportunity :
(!.,,(.1,t,1,trut1Uo1.vf..r,.v.'"'"'"I"lil,, Congress a vtg.j
l!V..,ti,nl..pr-. Tl Iir f,'r" ful w,,:
..f U,,. V ,rS...K Km i K! i:i"i' -ill ho great fartor in ndvnnc:
. i ... ii.i ..l,. . iiii! th material intercft of the;
l.in ruix'Ot to know tliiil nliiM'st , ,
, ,. t ... - Pai-ilif Northui'M tliiit H to
, y. rv public .itlm r from govi-r- ' ' s
,,orio ,,...M.,blo i- o-.d of "'' rxun growth and:
!.,..., grafts. In some i.,.ivel..i.,m.nt during tho next;
u,h o.TU.Htion, aro no , '!"ul ',r ''.lury. .
,i..uht true, btit I have faith' i
i innigh in iimiikiiid to ! lit ve ' j
that in the great majority o
i mm h tlit-v ar without fuiind-i
A to mv t-apnbilily, 1 iun
willing t" leave- that to my fellow j HI),j ri Kirkpntriek with, pros
iiieuihiT'4 ' of lhi bar, to thei ,., ts s bright jm the skirtfi on a
judges Ik fore whom 1 !tavi fre- ttuitner'i day for both, accord
tired, ami to the records of thejj,, lo M,jr analysis of the situu
courti. Tho latter will show, 1 tion. Hopefulness, however,
thing, us great a percentage of
hiireidful prosecutions a that
of any other district attorney.
Furthermore, the court records
will show that the expense to
the taxpayers bus been cut down
nearly fifty per cent, during the
put four yearn. For this 1
think I am entitled to some
credit, for it is within tho power
of a district attorney to incur al
most unlimited expenses in
As to my paying Mr. McNary
for extra services, I. can nee
nothing wrong in that. Ho
niinply receives what I would
have to pay some ono else for
doing. If I were "divtdjng the
ollico" with him it would bo
dillerent but such is not tho case.
The policy of the ollico and its
-direction, are entirely my own,
and I assume all responsibility.
In conclusion permit mo to
to say that I dasiro a careful and
thorough investigation of my
conduct of the cflicc, and if it
does not meet with tho approval
of tho people, 1 do not want a re.
nomination- On theotberhnnd,
if my administration docs meeti standard bearer. This paper
with general approval, 1 will! however, lm aI,tli,,a, 1,1
nppieeint.. a re-niniiiution. but; ,,r0s-!t to the coming coiivcn
I Hindi not resort to U1)y under-! tj0, 0r recommendations to
hand means to t it. I make furl her than the adinoni-
t x- n I . . i .,.., ..miliilale capable
.1 . i. J All.
i In' Ihio iiii ir run.
nouruod. Tin leading catidi
litt s Iiava not developed foh
lowing of tniMwrrving loyalty.
Men, who, a few ls ago
thought they were Hermann
men now think they ur for
Harris. Likewise, those who lit
an rnrlitr alaguof ths campaign
thought they would support
Harris, now think thsy are for
llf i maim. Marion county km
hald her priiiiarie, and aa was
expoeted a majority ol the dsle
gates to the county convention
will fuvor llurri. Ileally,
Marion is not ao much a Harris
county aa it i anti-Hermann.
Tho Toledo Reporter advises
ull Lincoln county voters who
tako part in tho primaries to
se that none huillaruiuun dele
giitea he allowud to go to tho
county convention, for it adds:
"We lutvo always been loyal to
him, and why 'trade horsvs in
the mi Idle of tho stream.' Bend
The Newberg (Iraphic ad
vises; "Yamhill county republi
cans will nuke no mistake if
they send a delegation to tho
,.n j,,,,., ,. Vt.Ilti(m wlj,
KM J M 1 1 l 111 I IIINIMIi
Ktigonis Ilegiiter, that
irttiti iiui n ui h 1 inn in nrnn
j (M,ny nlfairn intercut
,.,.(.. tt in utate hciiutor ninl
!i - MiiU't M-ems to be narrow-j
,),,vvn to Mr. Laughryl
does not lead to inactivity in
their ciwe for they are working
like heavers. Tho'vo both had
enouirh experienco to realize1
that ho who lies down to sleep
Ion tho wft side of n political
cinch, often uwakes to behold
,ir own skin nailed to tho bam
door. Neither cniuinhito lias
unv skin to lose if he can help
it and there is enough uncer
tainty in the situation to haunt
their nightly dreams. Many re
publicans doubt tho advisability
of nominating either of the load
ing candidates, and there is J.
M. Stark that has never said be
had withdrawn, and there is E.
C. Keyt who has never said be
would not take the nomination
if it comes his way. And thera
are others. As a matter of fact,
of those mentioned, Mr. Laughry
has stood the test of four years
service to the public and not a
word has been uttered against
his ofliciul record. A clean
record and the confidence of tho
people, naturally makes of him
Htrong man for the campaign,
,1,0111 1 ih-J party choose Mm us
la.i.l !-t.on who .!Vors tl.o
Mil lOlinu.' .
WIBT AIDE ENTElinilSE,
strength to tha" ticket rather
than a aource of weakness.
i. H. Cooper bf Polk county,
who is also a large property
owner of this county, was inter
viewing his many friends in
Toledo yesterday. Mr. Cooper
is mentioned as joint represen
tative for Polk and Lincoln.
According to precedent the
nomination goes to Polk county
this year, and Lincoln county
dolegates could do no tetter
than support Mr. Coofer. To
V. K. CJilbert, a lumberman
of Falls City is being seriously
considered hy the democrats aa
a nominee for assessor to succed
The Halein RtaUman reports
that it has dsreloped that a num
ber of hore brought over from
Kastern Oregon by the Kreaa Pros,
are afTscUd with tbe mange mak
ing it necessary for some of them to
be killed. The Krebs Hros are
quits sure that the bunch of Eastern
Orrgon borses shippad in by them
have not the maage, but say they
are infasted with lice, Tho lice,
tbev claim, burrow by the thousand
in the bide and unb'M their pro
lrei is Mopped msy prove fatal to
liorni". The evmptoms of itching
nd rubbing oir of hair are not al
together diff-rent from mange
symptoms. I m hrebs have a
borsn at their place south of Inde
pendence iiffreted and they -are
trying dilTerent experiments to kill
the 'ien. There is no doubt this
one lms a few million lice as a
magnifying reveal. The animal
has bcon clipped and blue , vitrinl
and tobacco juieo applied with the
hope of exterminating the pest.
"Jel In the nick of time our little
tHy vt h khvcI'' wrllM Mr. V. Wl
kiiiN of I'lfwiint City, "Ohio. "Pneo
monla hnd played l lioe with him
toot n terrlll- eetiKh set In belilee.
Ioetr trpstrd him, but lie grew
rw f very (lay. At leii?lh wn tried
Dr. KIhr's New Dlwovery for Ooo
suuipllon, hhiI our darling wan vaved.
lie's now sound, and well." Every
body ought to know, It's the only sure
cure for I'ougliH, Colds and all Luiir
diHraws. Guaranteed by A. H. IM'ke,
L)ruRKlt. rrl( 60o and f 1 .00. Trial
Fresh milk cows; enquire of II.
"I wu tronkl4 with toa
oh trouble. Thtdford'a Black
Draught Sid m mor good
la oaa wwvk tkan all tha doo
tor'i mlloln I took ia a
rnr.'-MRS. SARAH X.
BHIRFIELD, Kll.tUrllla, lad.
Thtaford'a Black Draught
quickly inTigoratci the aa
tion of the ttomach and
cures eyra chronic caea of
indication. If you will
take a umall dose of Thed
ford'i Black Draught ooca
ionally you will keep your
atomach and lirar in ptr
Mora ticknest it can sad by
constipation than by any
other disease. Thetlford'g
Black-Draught not only re
lieves constipation but cures
diarrbipa and dysentery aud
keep tha bowels regular.
All drag-aiita Mil
Drauifht is the best ineili
rim to rcnulate the bowi ls
I havfl ever usfvl." MKS.
A. 51. U It AWT, Sueada
Ferry, N. C.
COilS. SR4s sGn
W. R. ALL INI, D. D. a
CAM 11! ELL liUILDING,
DALLAS, - OREGON.
Only nrst-class workmen em-ploy-d
in the "Wigwam." 8hop
situated on North side of C Street.
G. A. HURLEY,
Attorney at Law and
Collections Promptly Made Titles
Eat Side Main Street,
Independence, :- Oregon.
i t. iii:nkli:,
One door south of Post Oflice.
Fine Hatha in connection with ehop
Independence, - Oregon.
H. H. Jasperson,
and. Funeral Director.
Independence, -j Oregon.
DR. J. J. MURRAY,
VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST
OFFICE, BLACK'S LIVY STABLE
DALLAS, - - OREGON
Carpet and Rug Weaving.
PurtieM wishing work dona in this line
will please call at my resiiteuo one block
went and half block north of Palace
Jim. ?r. Jr. Warner,
INDEPENDENCE, -:- ORRGON
Corvallis k Eastern Railroad
TIME CARD NO. 24
No. 2 For Yaquina:
Leaves Albany. '. 12:45 p.m.
" Corvallis 2:00 p. M.
Arrives Yaquina 6:20 p.m.
No. 1 ReturniBg:
Leaves Yaquina 6:45 a.m.
Leaves Corvallis. ... 11:30 A. M.
Arrives Albany 12:15 p. m.
No. 3 For Detroit:
Leaves Albany 7:00 a.m.
Arrives Detroit 12:20 p.m.
No. 4 from Detroit:
Leaves Detroit 1 :00 p. M.
Arrives Albany 5:55 p.m.
Train No. 1 arrives in Albany in
tima to connect with the S. P.
south bound train, as well as giv
ing two or three hours in Albany
before departure of S. P. North
Train No. 2 connects with the
S. P. trains at Corvallis and Albany
giving direct service to Newport
and adjacent beaches.
Train 3 for Detroit, Breitenbush
and other mountain resorts leaves
Albany at 7:00 a. m., reaching De
troit about noon, Riving ample time
to reach the Springs fame day.
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T. Cockreix, Agent, Albany.
II. 11. Cronise, Agent, Corvallis.
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