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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1904)
WEST SIDE ENTEItriUSE, INDEPENDENCE, OREGON
The J. R. Cooper Brick Factory to
Start up and will Manu
facture 300,000 to
The manufacture of brick at tho
J. K. Cooper yard in the aoutliern
portion of town will be resumed
right away. Mr. Cooper ba em
ployed A. M. tJentry as foreman
and Mr. Gentry will work twelve to
fifteen men 'durlr.g tho ummer.
The Htarting up of lb" brick factory
will meet a demand that otherwise
would have been put to tho Incon
venience of ahipping brick In from
theoutHide. There are hop kilne
and hop limine flnce to build; There
re brick to be furnished for. the
building of the Masnnlo biifcinese
itructure and there in a brick bunl
neon block to bo built in Monmouth
thin eunimor. With a brick yard
convenient there ia probability of
other building going up.
The factory etarte up with the In
tention of making at JeaHt 300,000
to 400,000 brick.
if BUSINESS LOCALS. f
See It. M. Wade & Co'a. epecial
Ituy your Bale Ties of U. M.
Wado A Co.
Fir, ah and maple wood for Bale.
Inquire of Henry Hill.
Our store will be closed on July
4th. II. M. Wade & Co.
Buckeye Pumps are built with
ventilating stand and the bent cyl
inders which are equipped with
patented brass valve seat and pop
valve. H. M. Wade Jfc Co. agents.
Get our prices on Pioneer White
Lead, Oils, etc, before buying else
whore..; It. M. Wado it Co. . ,
J. Elott, veterinary and surgeon
will be Bt Iudc)ndcnce every
If you can't sb-ep, or if you feel
run down, cet mhuu Paluui tablets
at Klrkland's (Irugator. They sre
guaranteed. Price fiOo a box.
t'hnmlierliuii'a tolle, Clioleni
mid IMnrrlioen Itemeily
This reiuBily Ii eerlulii to be neld
In alinoat evry home before the u'n
mer I over. H can ii waye be ipeinM
Umii even in the mint never aud iliiu
Krouii caw. Is Mclally valuable for
aummar disorder in ciuwren. j
nluannnt to luku and nivr fulla to give
prom nt rellr. Why not buy It n!
It limy aave life. tot aaio oy an uniK
Cured of c;iiroiilo.llrrliosn.
"I wish toaay a few worila In rmle
of CliamliiTlnln' t'olle. I'lmlnra ami
Dliirrhoea Kemeily," ay Mm. Muttlo
Burne, of MHrtlnavllle, Va., "I uf-f.-reil
from chronic dlarrlioea for ten
year ami during- thut time trlml
various medicines without obtaining
any prmaieiH runei. i-v mm-.
one of my ehlldrvu wi tK'i "
mnrliiiH . and I procured h bot-
tlu of thin remedy, uniy two oom
wera required to Hive her entire relii-ft
I thun decided to try the medicine my
mst, and did not tmo one lottle In-fore
I whs well and have never aince been
troubled with that complaint. One
cannot aay loo much In favor of that
wonderful medicine." This remedy la
for sale by all druBKitsi.
Htartllnir HvUlencei. ,.
Freeh tentlmony In great quantity la
oonauuily coining In. declaring in.
Klna'a New Diauovery r-r toimump
Hon, couKhaaild eolda to be unequalled.
a rri-ent exnreMlon from V. i. wcrar-
land Hentorvllle. Va. aervea aa au tx
muple. He writes! ' I had bronchitis
for three years and doctored all the
time without Mug benetllml. men i
lll.UUIl lukllllf Dr. Klini's New Dlnoov-
cry, and a few hot Ilea wholly cured me."
equally eflectlve lu curing all lung
attl 'throat troubles, consumption,
pneomoula and grip. Ouiiranu-ed by
A. H. Locke, Drugglnt. Trial bolt lea
bottles, regular slates 60o and 1.00.
Cure Old Sores.
Westmoreland, Kane., May 6, 1002.
Mallard Hnow Mnlmont Co.! Your
Hnow Llalmeut cured an old aore on
the aide of my cbln that was auppoeed
to be a cancer. The aore was atubborn
and would not yield to treatment, until
I tried Hnow Liniment, which did the
work In abort order. My sister, Mrs,
Sophia J. Carson, Allenavllle, MifHn
Co., Pa., has a aore and nilatruiits that
It la a cancer. Please send her a 50c
bottle. For Bale by A. 8. Locke.
Judge C. E. Wolverton, one of
the three justices of Oregon's su
preme court came up from Salem
Friday evening and acdoropanied
his mother to Portland Saturday.
One. Ijuly'a Itccoiiiinemiiuioii
Hold Fllty Hoxeaor t'lianilwr
IhIii'm Htomai-lt and Liver
I have, I believe, sold fifty boxes of
Chamberlain's fctomatdi and Liver
Tablet on the recommendation of ono
lady here, who nist boUKht a box of
them about a year ago. Hhe uever tlrea
of telling her iiclhburs and friend
-i..,i ii... irnoii onulltlea o( these
Thlin P. M. Hiiobk. DruKgUt, Itoch
enter, lnd. Tlie pleusaut purgative
nwt of 'these Tablets makes them
favorite with the ladles, everywhere
For sale by all druKgit.
Tho Houtbern Pacifio Co. is now
selling round trip tickets to Port
land from Indejmndence, lor $2.40,
good going Saturday or Sunday,
returning Sunday and Monday,
giving ail day Sunday and Monday
in Portland. The same arrange
ment applies from Portland, giving
Portland people a chance to visit
Valley points at greatly reduced
Having sold out my grocery
business, I would be pleased to
have all who owe me call and settle
at once I will be at the office of
Justice of the Peace Wilson.
C. D. Caleb eath.
That Tired Feeling.
If you are languid, depressed and
Incapable tor work, It Indicates that
your liver Is out of order. Herblue
will awlst nature to throw olf head
aches, rheumatiam and ailment akin
to nervousness audi restore the energies
and vitality of sound and perfect health.
J. J. Hubbtrd, Temple, Texaa, writes,
March 22. 1902: "I have used Herblne
for the past two yeara. It has done me
more good than all the doctors. When
I feel bad and have that tired feeling, I
take a dose of Herblne. It is the beat
medicine ever made for chills and
fevr." 60o a bottle. Sold by A. a
Kcduccd ICxcuralon Kates.
On aud after June 1, 1004, the Hou th
orn Pacific, In connection with the Cor
vallie& Eastern railroad will have on
nle round trip tickets from points on
their lines to Newport, Yaqulna.Detroit
t very low rates, good for return until
October 10, 1004.
Three-day tioketa to Newport and
Yaqulnu, good going Saturdays and re
turning Mondays, are also on sale from
all East Bide points, Portland to Eugene
Inclusive, and from all West Side points,
enabling people to visit their f.nuilies
and spend Sunday at the Seaside.
Benson tickets from East Side points,
Portland to Eugene, Inclusive, and from
all West Side points, are also on sale to
Detroit at very low rates, with stop
over privileges at Mtll City orany point
cast, enabling tourists to viait the Kan
tiam and Brictenbusli hot springs In
the Cascade mountains, which can be
reached In oue day.
Benson tickets will be good for return
from all points until October 10,
Three-day tickets will be good going
on Saturdays apd returning Monday
n'i..i..ia fiv.iii I'lirtlniul and vl
cinity will bo good for return via the
East or West Hide at the option of the
pBSfenger. Tickets from Eugene and
vicinity will bo good going via the
Lebanon-Springfield branch il desired.
Baggage on Newport tickets checked
through to Newport) on Yaqulnn tick
ets to Yaquina- only.
Southern Pacific trains connect with
the C. & E. at Albany and Corvallis
for Yaquina and Newport. Trains on
the C. & E. for Detroit will leave Al
hnnv at 7 a. m.. enabling tourists tothe
hot springs to reach there the same
LIST OF PRIZES.
Fikst PHizE-Encylopedfa Brilannica Revised, lOOiTIlS
Second Prize Scolarshlp, including dookh. m..uWu
Correspondents School, aiue if.iu.ov
Tihrd PhizeAu elegant Album.
Fourth Phiue-A New $500 Hammock . . n ,
Fifth PinzE A Portrait Picture oi aitme irrauOUH - -
STANDING OF CONTESTANTS.
Maple Gkove. . .
Sunny Slope .
Full Information as to rates, with
beautifully Illustrated booklet of Ya
nuina bavand vicinity, timetables, etc.,
- t. ..hiiilnMl on annlicatlon to
1 n 1 1 . vj .Mn" .
Edwin Stono, manager C. & 13. rail
Alhaiw; W..E. Coman, O. P. A..
Rout hern Pacifio company, Portland,
. h p. or C. A E airent. Kate
from Independence to Newport, $4.20;
from Independence to Yaquina,
s m. rii from Independence to De-
jtroU, 36Qi three-day rate from Inde
pendence to Newport, 12.55.
Deep tearing or wrenching pains,
occasioned bv Bettlnir wet through
worse when at rest, or on first nooviuK
the llmbaand lu cold or damp weather,
Is cared o.ulckly by Uallard's Hnow
Muimect. fJscar OUsnn, Gibson City,
Illinois, wr'tes Feb. 10. 10O': "A year
ajo I waa troubled with a palu In my
hack. It soou got so bad that I c:uld
not bend over. One bottle of Uallard's
Hnow Liniment cured me." Sioc, 60c,
aud II 00.
When bilious take ChMiiiberlaln s
Htomach and Liver Tablets. For sale
by all druggists.
Nljf lit Wa ller Terror
'I would cough nearly all nlgn1
long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, o
Alexandria, Ind "and could hardly
get any sleep. 1 hud consumption so
had that If I walked a block I would
couKh frightfully and spit blood, but
when all othar medlclnes failed, three
$1 00 bottlca of Ir. King's New Dis .
covery wholly cured ninjand I gained
58 pound." Its absolutely guaranteed
to cure coughs, colds, la grippe, bron
chill aud all Ihroat and lung troubles
Price 50c and tl.00. Trial bjltles free
at A. S. Locke'.
: I. L. SMITH
Cigars, and Beer
or in Bottles, at
THE I. L. SMITH SALOON,
Independence, - Oregon.
I. L. SMITH; Proprietor.
' ItriiUlly Tortured.
A cafe came jo light that for pemla
tent and unuiercitul torture has per
haps never been equalled Joe Colo
nic of CoIuhh. Calif, writes. "For 15
yeara I endured Insufferable pain from
rheumatism aud nothing relieved me
thnngti I tried everything known. I
came across Electric Hitters and It Is
the greatest medicine on CHrth for that
trouble. A few hot ties of It completely
Sunday school at 10 A. M.
Morning service at 11 o'clock.
Keystone League of Chrietian
Kndeavor at 6:30 P. M.
Byening seryice at 7:30 o'clock
Miss Ethel P.rown, superintend
dent of K. L. C E.
To all of these services the
lie is inyited.
Daniel A. Polino. pa
Preaching every 2nd and 4th
Sundays by Rey. E. C. Wigmore.
Sunday school 10 A. M.
Y. P. S. C. E. 0:30 P. M.
Methodist Episcopal Church.
Corner of 5th and Monmouth
trouwe. a lew urnieoi V, gj-getg. Rev. W. .Edmondeon,
relieved and cured me." Jui,t as good Blreel8 lvev-
for liver and kidney troubles and gen
eral debility. Only 50c. Batiafaction
guaranteed by A. 8. Locke, Druggist
No Pity Shown.
"For years fate was after me continu
ously," writes F. A. Gulledge ol Ver
bena, Ala. "I bad a terrible case of
pile causing 24 tumora. When all
failed Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured
me." Equally good for burns and all
acbessnd pains. Only 25c at A. 8.
Locke's drug store.
Working Night and. Day.
The busiest and mightiest little thing
that ever was made is Dr. King's New
Life Pills. These pills change weak
ness Into strength, liatlessness into en
ergy, brain-fag into mental power.
They're wonderful in building up the
health. Only 25o per box. Bold by
A. S. Locke.
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Morning service 11a. m.
Class meeting 12 m.
Evening services 8:00 p. m.
Prayer meeting eyery Wednesday
evening at 7:30.
The parsonage ia . next door to
the church and the pastor will be
pleased to tee you and render any
Calvary Presbyterian Church.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Morning worship 11 o'clock.
Endeavor meeting 2 p. m.
Evening worship 8:00.
Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ings at 7:30.
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In Addition to tho Regular Froo Premium
i ....lotto r.ntoa( wimraMl red Thursday. March
Tho Dreseni voricp luiiuunm . j
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School, valued at 30.50. U ner pm re - - Th other
will be urcai to put lortli extra exeruun u in ;
m' ,e ae yettobe announced every point won since March 10, is
credited to the correnpondcnt who sends it in. The one thing that con-
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tpRtants are counseiea nganisi is . ., r 4n
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everything each week, while the paper is fair and impartial toward all
The carrespondents page of the West Side Enterprise through
merit of giving the news of the county that no other paper gives 18 at
KinSti No country weekly i the
a has a better corps of correspondents than this paper. The stand
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For every item accepted one point is allowed in the contest. Uor
every item of more than ordinary interest 15 points allowed. Fore every
item of Extraordinary interest 25 points. Every yearly subscription 85
noinU EverTyearly renewal 75 points. Three months eubscr.ption
points, -avery yei . r ,,nirts. For every dol-
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the regular free premiums) to
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You can send as many estl
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correct on both, our World's Fair and Presl-'
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We a!so offer f5.0O0.00 Special Cash Priies to Grocer'
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What will be the total popular vote cast
for President (vote ior an can
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November 8, 1904 f
In 1900 election, 13,959,653 people voted
'for President. For nearest correct esti
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tc, as follows:
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