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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1904)
WEST SIDE ENTERPRISE, INDEPDNDKNCE, OREGON
a! r i r if
Commencing on July 28 and
continuing up to noon Wednesday
August 10. wo will give to each 22
child under 16 years of age, Call
ing at our store, one ticket entit
ling them to a FEE ADMISSION
at the main gate of the colossal
V. 0. V.
Ticket gmxl for AFTKKN'OON PERFORM
ANCE! ONLY of Wednesday August 10, ,94.
Salca, falls City Western Railway go.
TIME TAm.REffcctlvc "No'vcmber 23, 1903. fV.
STATIONS 1 No. 41 No. 2
No. 3 N n 1 Mii.r.a
p. m. .
J:20 . 0
1:55 8:20 0.25
Lv DALLAS Or.
" Tcats Siding
Ar b'ALIiS CITY La
P. M. S A. M.
Ar 5:10 5
435 I 9:20
Mj, exce t Sunday.
'Train stop on Bi iml
L. GERLINGER. Jr.,
Tbii Is question j '
Fes We 2)o. jj
Tell everybody you see that we
do. Also toll them that we can do
it better than ftny house to house
man can do It. Come In and see
us ami will convince you in two
minute that this is a tc beyond
O. A. Kramer & Co. J
Optician and Jeweler.
I!itrn From Ilia ftpcli Nomi
nating Theodora Kooaovrlt
Candidate fur I'realdrot
lie la no slender (lower swaying
in the wind, but that berolo fibre
whkh U twit nurtured by the
mountain! and the anow. He
nda little time in review, for
that he knows can be (line by the
school. A it a ten man grappling
with ' livlna problem of the
' K . . tie tropes but little in the
paat. lie believes that In ahaplng
the dealiniea of thla great republio
hope la a higher impulae than re
gret. IIh believe that preparation
for future triumph It ft more im
portant duty than an inventory of
paat mlitakea. A profound atudent,
of hiatory, he ia today the greateat
hi lory maker in the world. With
the inatincta of the acholar, be ia
yet forced from the acbolar'a pur
auitai by thnee auperb qualities
which fit him to the Wat degree for
tboae great world current now
ruahiag paat with larger volume
and more portentioua aspect than
than for maay yeare before. The
fate of nation ia atill decided by
their wara. You may talk of or
derly tribunala and learned referee;
mt mav ainir in Your achoola the
gentle praises of the quiet life; yoa
m itrike from your book! the
! U.t nnU of everv martial anthem.
, " V Hi'
'nd vet out in the smoke " and
' thunder will alwaya be the tramp
of homeland the ailent rigid up
j turned face. Men may prophecy
and woneen pray, but peace will
come here to abide forever on thia
'-..,iv nnl whxn the dreams of
childhood are the accepted chart
to euide the destinies of men
Kvent are numberless and mighty
tell which wire
! arAii ml the world. The na
ition basking today in the quiet of
I contentment and repose may c till
i be on the deadly circuit Ca(1(i to
morrow writhing in the toils of
This i the time when great fig
ure mutt be kept in Jront. I fthe
orenaure i great, the inateriale to
resist it must be granite and iron.
Whether we wiBh it or not, Amer
ica la abroad in thia world. Her
imprests are in every street, her
name ia on every tongue Those
Interests, so sacred and etupenduous
.t.-..l,l K. trnatod nlv tO the C&re
-t ikfuu nhm nower. skill and
courage have been tested and ftp-
nroved. And In the man wnom
you will choose the highest sense
of every nation iu the world be
holds a man who typities as no (
other living American does thei
spirit and the purposes or trie;
twentieth century. He does not
claim to be the 8oloraoq of his time.
There are many things he may not
know but this is sure, that above
all things else he stands for progress
courage and tair piay, wuciu
the synonyms ot tne America
There are times when great nt-
ne?s is haidly less than destiny,
when the elements so come wgemer
that they select the agent they will
me. Kvents sometimes seieci me
Qtroticest man, as lightning goes
down the highest rod. And so it i
those events which lor many
months with unerring sight have
it ton to a single name which I
am chosen only to pronounce. Gen-
.!,n. I nominate for presiuenu oi
the United States the highest living
tv do of the youth, the vigor ana
of a ereat country and a
T.t. a nair of nose glasses, gold
rim and chain, in black leather
case. Finder return to thia office
and receive reward.
For Osborn vetch reapers, the
only vetch machine, Osborn Bind
ers, Mowers, Rakes and Extras,
call on J. H. Moran, Moncaoith.
Free to all Subscriber!
A. NblUhM THt AMMICAM HOME. Nr
Yrl City, H. wUI f.r .Wt ti. gl.
A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION
TO THE AMERICAri HOME
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K ftorT P". 'in in 5' m.
I iJXA) inche c food reOing matter, coowju u
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I I I
ST. PAUL, DULUTH, MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAGO
T. LOUIS NO ALL POINT
CAST AND SOUTH.
-v-u r- c-l vro AND
" J THE FAST MAI
) X OREGON
3 TRAINS FROM rORTLANU DAILY
Through Pullman itandard and tour-
. . . P. J:i.. Itmaha C.h-
181 Bleeping cars uu; t y,
IIVd. pUUBHUV I Wui""" I " -
to Kannas City ; through Fnllman tour
ist sleeping car vperaonnnr wuuvi
weekly to Chicago and Kansas City;
reclining chair car (seat free) to the
East daily, '
Portland to Chica z
Mo Change of Car
TIME SCHEDULE abriv
PROM PORTLAND ' FROM
.12:45 p. M.
. 1:45 p.m.
. 5:40 p. if
DAYLIGHT TRIP ACROSS CAS
CADE AND ROCKV MTNS.
Chicago Salt Lake, Denver, -Portland
Ft Worth, Omaha,
9 -.15 a in via Louis, Chicago and .
ton. ' ;
For tickets, rate, folder and full in
formation callon or address iH. DI CK
SON, City Ticket Afrent, 122 3rd St.,
8. G. YERKES, G. W. P. A.
613 First Ave., Seattle, Wash.
G L Hawkins
Monuments and Head'
.30 p m
Atlantic Salt Lake, Denver,
Express Ft Worth .Omaha,
8 : 15 p tn via Kansas City, 8t 10:30 a m
IlUUUUg- ijuu.o, . m
ton. and East.
c. p,.i Vfla Walla. Lewie-
Fast Mail ton , Spokane, Wal-
6 a m via lace, r u 1 1 m n,
Spokane. Minneapolis, St
TIME CARD NO.
No. k For Yaauina:
Leaves Albany . . .
No. 1 Returning:
Leaves Yaquin a 7:15a.m.
Leaves Corvallis .... 11:30 a. m.
Arrives Albany. :.. .12:15 p. m.
No. 8 For Detroit:
Leaves Albany. ..... 1:00 A. M
Arrives Detroit . 6:00 P. M -
No. 4 trom Detroit:
Leaves Detroit 6:dOpjM.
Arr ives Albany 11:15 p.
Train No. 1 arrives in Albany in
time to connect with the S. P.
south bound train, as well as giv ing
two or three hours in Aany
before departure of S. P. Noti
Train No. 2 connects with the
S. P. trains at Corvallis ntic Ahb
giving direct service to .Newpor
and adjacent beaches.
Train 3 for Detroit, Breitenbush
and other mountain resorts leaves
Albany at 1:00 a. m., reaching. De
troit about b:uu p. m.
For further information apply to
T. Cockrell, Agent, Albany.
tl. ti. vkonise, Agent, vervains.
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE.
For San Francisco Every five day at
8 00 p. m. For Astoria, way point and
North Beach Daily, except Sunday, at
8 00 p. m ; Saturday at 100 p. m.
Dailv service, water permitting, on
Willamette ane Yamhill river. ,
For fuller Information ask or write
vour nearest tictei agent, or
A. L. CRAIG, , ,
General Passenger Agent,
The Oregon. Railroad A Navigation
Co., Porriand, Orenpn.
Geo. J. Rodders $ Co.