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WEST BIDE ENTERPRISE, INDEPDNDENCE, OREGON
XVy.i J nil"."" y -
of Men's Suits
Why not Ri't your null rW Sunday? Tlmr'ea nothing to bo Ruined dy
delay. AHSOI.UTKLY KVKHY hllT, TO I' COAT mid OVKKCOAT
(xcit liluii mill tiliickM) lu tli house ia radically rrducod In jirloci. The
mtli) iiidudi all of our flue uniiucr clothing. No need to be ixKirly dress
Jtny $8.30 $10.00 $15.00 $18.50
$7-00 $10.00 $13.50
$20.00 $22.00 $21.00 $25.00
$15.00 $16.00 $17.00 1
Heavy undergarment that served
to good purpose during the unus
ually long drawn out winter are all
together unaultud for thin weather.
Consequently our eouuten are
thronged by seeker for lighter knit
underwear. Our stock lucludes the
tandard makes In many varieties
The combination auita art ao full o'
warm weather comfort that great
many will not oonaldur any thing
el hc. Enough atock to quickly sup
ply the multitude. '
Salem, falls City $ Western Railway go.
TIME TABLE, Effective November 23, 1903,
Jso, 3 Nl milks , STATION'S. No. 4 Mo. 2
1'. M. '.. T. M. A. M.
1:20 . . 0 Lv DALLAS Or. Ar 5:10 9:55
1:36 8x " Teats' Siding " 4:54 9-39 .
1:39 8:0b Gilliama " 4:51 9:36
1:45 8:10 7 Bridgeport " 4:45 9:30
1:55 8:20 9.25 Ar FALLS CITY Lv 4t35 9:20
Daily, except Sunday.
Trains stop on Sinul or
n Violins, Banjos and Guitar?.
Call in and we will explain why
we are making these cut prices. If
you can use any of the instruments
2 now is the time to buy. '
S O. A. Kramer & Co.
Look good to summer shoppers. A
great quantity of new things tor
summer wear. Silks .that have
come out late design and colollnga
direct from the loom. A number
of new silks for shirt waist aulta
will make their first appearance
this week, together with an Im
mense variety of tiew novel Ilea.
Jiraud new patterns snob, as others
atore sell for dollar yard.
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fialkclt s Poole
Contractors and Builders
All work guaranteed.
Estimates furnished on all
kinds of carpenter work.
Cation or addrti$
fialleck and Poole
Man U a millintialrt many timrs over in
the pcMnrtkiun of blood cells. Woman is
not quite so rich, for scientists hsve proven
that tlie tiornml number of red blood cells
in adult men is five million; ia women four
and a half million, to the square millimeter. 1
The normal ceH is not absolutely round ;
In health, but, in disease, becomes ex
treniely irregular in shape. livery one can
be in perfect health and possess the mil
lions of rirh red blood corpuscles if they
only know bow to go about it. Dr. R. V.
Pierre, consultitisr nhvsiciaa to the Inva
lids' Hotel syid Surgical Institute, at Buf
falo, N. y., advises every man and woman
to prepare for a long life by observing na
ture's laws. In the first plac. if your
digestion is faulty, and the food you
cai is not raven up oy me uioou ana assim
ilated nronerto. you need a tonic and (litres.
live corrector, something' that will increase
the red blood corpuscles; he believes in
going- about this in nature's own way
Years ago, in his active practice, be found
that an alterative extract of certain herbs
and roots, put up without the use of alco-
nol, would put tlie liver, lungs arm nean
Into fuller and more complete action. This
medicine he called Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. By assimilating- the
food eaten, it nourishes the blood, and, in
stead of the ill-shaped corpuscles, the per
son's blood takes on a rich red color and
the corpuscles are more nearly round.
Nervousness is only the cry of the starved
nerves for food, and when the nerves are
fed on rich red blood the person loses
those irritable feelings, sleeps well at night
and feels refreshed in the morning.
KNOWLEDGE 19 FOWBK.
If yon wsnt to know about your body,
resd Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, which can be bad for the cost of
mailing, 31 cents in one-cent stamps for the
cloth-bound book, or 31 stamps for the
Ssper-covered volume. 1008 pages. Ad
ress Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse the
bowels and stimulate the sluggish live
PA UK Kit.
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iUlPC ucuinc.ituira ti v w u.
Mrs. Lacey, Mrs. Krr and Mm
Emmons were in Buena Vitta
Jaa. Ilelmick and boo Willie are
yiaiting in Albany.
Misses Lillian and Jessie Cox
were passengers to Portland.
Mr. Geo. C. Bolter assisted Mr,
Fuqua in handling hay a few days
this week. " 1 . (
Mr. A. B. Lacey is home on a
visit and presented his neighbors
with ia delicious treat of the finest
mountain trout, fresh from the
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sleele visited
her mother Sunday.
Mr. Chester McClain called on
friends here Sunday.
Mr. L. L. Shirer of La Fayette
spent Sunday visiting friends in
Mr. Fuqua is furnishing Mr.
Nelson with beef cattle.
Mr. Chas. Allen spent the Fourth
at Corvallis.. ;
Mr. J. O. Davidson was a passen
ger to Corvallis Monday.
Sirs. Dorr Is' First ilouors. j
To Mrs. Lottie Hedges Dorris be
longs the honor of receiving the
highest grade in vocal music from
the musical department of Willam
ette university the past year. Mrs.
Dorris completed the course under
Dean Seely the past year and the
highest marking of the entire class
at his hands is very complimentary
to her capability and progress.
Her selection at the closing exer
cises Wednesday of last week was
"Love's Philosophy," and her ren
dition was heartily encored.
New Hay Baler.
Having purchased a new hay
baler, parties having hay to be
baled will do well to see E. L. Baker
or W. F. Campbell at Independ- j
J. IU vStbcKton
THE Old White Corner, The Hub of Salem, always looked upon as a
big dry goods store; grew too small for us in much less than a year's time.
Our beautiful new annex gives us a half more room in which to handle our
mammoth stock of goods. We carry the most reliable stock of Dry Goods, Clothing,
Shoes, Hats, etc., in Salem. Our prices are always reliable. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Great Clearance Sale of
8c Buys our regular 10 to 15c grades of Lawns,
10c Buy9 our regular 15c to 20c grades of wash
15c A great assortment of 20c and 25c wash
goods. Splendid values.
3c Embroideries formerly sold fof 5c to 7c a
4fj Embroideries formerly sold for Cc to 10c
We will move our clothing
in a short time, and prior to
See us for Trunks and Bags, Quilts and Blankets and all kinds of wear
ing apparel. Headquarters for Ladies' Suits, Wraps and Skirts.
Th e O Id White
Ask Ik Agent' for Tickets
ST. PAUL, DULUTH, MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAGO
ST. LOUIS AND ALL POINTS
CAST AND SOUTH.
OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY
THE FLYER AND
THE FAST MAI
DAYLIGHT TRIP ACROSS CAB
CADE AND ROCKY MT&8.
For tickets, ratea. folders and full in
formation callon or address H. DICK
SON. City Ticket Afrent, 123 3rd St.,
8. G. YERKES, G. W. P. A.
612 First Ave., Seattle, Wash
Monuments and Head
WEST SIDE ENTERPRISE
$1.50 Per Year
Jit the Old White Corner,
STORE-GROWING BETTER EVERY DAY
Great Clearance Sale of Clothing
and shoe stock into our new annex to the White Corner
that time we will sell all the goods in this store at sacrifice.
TRAINS FROM PORTLAND DAILY
TKmiifrh Pullman flt.anrturd And tmir
lat. aloomnar ATfl rlAllv m llmana. tnl
eagro, Spokane ; tourist sleeping-car daily
to Kansas taiy; inrongn ruumau wur
iat sleeping cars (personally conducted)
weekly to Chicago and Kansas City ;
reclining chair cars (seats free) to the
7(1 PorttanJtoR Chica g 7fl
1 J Mr Chanim nf Cars V
Chicago Salt Lake, Denver,
Portland Ft Worth. Omaha.
Special Kansas City, St. 4.30pm
9:15 a m via Louis, Chicago and
Atlantic Salt Lake, Denver,
Express Ft Worth.Oniaha,
8 : 15 p in via Kansas City, St 10:30 a m
Hunting- Louis, Chicago
tun. and East.
St Paul Walla Walla.Lewis
6am via lace, Fu 1 1 m an, 7:35 am
Spokane. Minneapolis, S t
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
For San Francisco Every five days at
8:00 p.m. For Astoria, way points ana
North Beach Daily, except Sunday, at
8 :00 p. m : Saturday at 10:00 p. m.
Daily service, water permitting, on
Willamette ane Yamhill rivers.
For fuller information ask or write
your nearest ticket agent, or
(jeneral Passenger Agent,
The Oreeon Railroad & Navigation
Co., Porriand, Oregon.
For Osborn vetch reapers, Ihe
only vetch machine, Osborn Bind
ers, Mowers, Bakes and Extras,
call on J. H. Moran, Monmouth.
' iSt Go.
Great Clearance Sale of
11c Embroideries formerly sold for loo to 25o
25c Embroideries, formerly eold for 35c to 50c
50c Embroideries formerly sold for 75c a yard.
58c over Embroideries, Tuckings. etc., worth
75c to )f 1.00 a yard.
98c All overs, formerly sold for $1.50 a yard.
Corvallis k Eastern Railroad
TIME CARD NO. 24
No. 2 For Yaquina:
Leaves Albany ...... 12:45 p. M.
" Corvallis...... 1:45 p.m.
Arrives Yaquina. L. 5:40 p.m.
No. 1 ReturniBg: ,
Leaves Yaquina ..... 7:15 A. m.
Leaves Corvallis , . . . 1 1 :30 a. m.
Arrives Albany..... 12:15 p. u.
No. 3 For Detroit:
Leaves Albany ...... 1 :00 A. M.
Arrives Detroit ...... 6:00 p. M.
No. 4 Irom Detroit:
Lea ves Detroit 6:30 p. M,
Arrives Albany..... .11:15 p. M
Train No. 1 arrives in Albany in
time to connect wiih the S. P.
south bound train, as well as giv
ing two or three hours in Aany
before departure of S. P. Noith
Train No. 2 connects with the
S. P. trains at Corvahia and AiSany
giving direct service to jNewport
and adjacent beaches.
Train 3 for Detroit, Breitenbush
and other mountain resorts leaves
Albany at 1:00 a. m., reaching De
troit about noon, giving ample time
to reach the Springs same day.
For farther information apply to
T. Cockrell, Agent, Albany.
H. H. Cronise, Agent, Corvallis.
Geo. T. Rogers $ go.
WHPLESAL APER DEALERS
IVERflHiiW L: PAPER
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