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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1904)
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Subscrption. $1.50 Per Year
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(Waiting nolle 10 cvuu pot Una Mmighl.
RtM on dUplay adrerlUtug md known
most of the hopfield
The milliners, going by the
calendar, are trying to convince
people that autumn is here.
Which will you choose hop
housy dances or the Side shows
conducted at the State Fair at
to sow $100
the man willing
in nickels to the
if hops reach 30
They may remove the State
Fair and everything else to Port
land during the Fair next year,
but they won't hoppicking.
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' Money, as a medium of ex
change takes a back seat in In
dependence now. Values are
measured by hop tickets.
The little red spider may look.
out for a dose of whale oil soap
and quassia ehips, if it reappears
in the hop yards another year.
Those looking for an easy way
to part with their money are
referred to the touts at Salem
races this week.
Polk County Court Passes on Bills
or the Month of August.
Real Eitats Transfers.
A free ferry across the Wil
limette and extension of the
motor line to the Krebs" hop
yard two things needed by
next hoppicking season.
The hoppickers around inde
pendence might go over to the
State Fair at Salem one day,
but they haven't seats to accom
modate the crowd.
Just like living in the city,
to live in Polk . county, when
the contemplated extensions
and improvements are made by
ihe two telephone companies.
I grounds, $19.25.
Sheriff Brown of Baker county Engene Barley
.-and Governor Geer of the groundH, $3.75
c 4. n'rvi.Ll li o m f Ka laws
.... , lerounde, 7,
-on the statute books eniorcea, cnff Hanks,
regardless of whether they are
.good or bad laws.
The county court, comprising
Judge Ed F. Cole and Commission
era Riddell and Riggs audited bills
to tie amount of $3304.74 at last
weeks session The largest single
item allowed was assessment on
account of the Dallas sewerage sys
tem, $525.S0. The greatest num
ber of bills were on road and
bridge account; next highest num
ber, court house, jail and grounds.
Following are the bills allowed:
Glass Prudhonmie, curreut ex
pense, $ 'JtMMl.
Johnson Lumber Co. road, $17.5T.
Western Clay Mfg Co, court bouse,
Dora Ray, school tupt office, f 15.
Mrs F II Morrison, school supt office,
J J William, roada, tS.25.
Irwin Hodson Co, current expense,
Kakle A Dick, roade, $2.20.
Capital Lumber Co, roads, $14.78.
' Robert Van Orsdel, court house, f 1.20.
D O Meador, pauper acct. $11.
C G Coad, current expen 126.80.
A N Holiuan, clerks office. $05.
H V Gates, court bouse, $10.
Viola Bedwell, pauper acct, S."
Alex Van Orsdel, surveyor's office,
Andy Trent, Janitor, $40.
Vaughn & Weaver, court house,
Mark Embree, court house, $13.80.
Mill Creek Lumber Co, roads, $31.84.
F H Musoott, court bouse, $2.00.
F E Myer, assessor's office, $81.60.
Mrs F E Myer, asesor'a office,
F C Mver. assessor's office. $67.50.
J O Van Orsdel, electrie lights, $15.
A D Burnett, labor, $2-1.
Cliff Johnson, labor, $12.
J F Johnson, labor. $24.
J C Arthur, roads. $3.
B 1 Furguson, roads, $3.
J E Beezley, treasurer, $62.50.
Ind Lumber Co, roads. $24.17.
C C Coad, surveyor's oflice, $5.50.
L A La wrier, surveyor's office $5.50.
C J 8ears, surveyor's oflice. $5.50.,
M V Woods, surveyor's ofBce, $5.80.
DrOD Butler, pauper acct. $8.50.
C W Black, roads. $3.
J CHayter, current expense, $43.40.
J W Ball, criminal case. $3.70.
Laughner 4 Butler, court house,$3.50.
J J Buhler. roads, $8.45.
J A LawreBSon, cement sidewalk,
John Bykes, roads, $6.
; City of Dallas, sewer assessment,
M Buford, court house, $33.25.
Gus Bowman, court house, $56.
W Faull, roads, $20.17.
Cbas Farley, court bouse, $14.
T A May, court house, $33.60.
Gus Erickson, court bouse, $36.75.
Grein Campbell, court bouse and
Everything for the table andhe hoPPiekerse
camp money can buy. Fresh goods every fey. J
Leaders in Low Prices, because we buy mW
Largest Quantities. Visit our store my.
ing in your V & jjARHAET,
J A Tate, repairing Pavldson bridge,
J P Van Orsdel, court bouse and
roads, $83.80. ,
It V Gates, sewer pipe. $10 20. .
M Mulkey, roads, $41,110. ,
lnd Luru Co, roads, $10.85.
W C Brown, tax rebate. $30.40.
Ed F Coad, Judge, salary and nille
age,07.85. Win Riddell, commissioner, salary
and mileage, $33.80. .
Peth R!gg. ooninjlssloner, salary
and mileage, $12 60.
i Hugh Bmitb, court bouse, $1X1.
H L Crlder, tax rebate, $7.
court house and
Cbas. Black, court house and
W. II. Folkerson to W. S. Pier
son one half acre In Monmouth;
Morria Jones to R. K. Riggs 120
acres jacent to Thomas Hart D
Solomon K. Crowley and wife to
S. C. Moore oU 5. 6, 7, 8, in block
14, Monmonth; $720.
F. G. Merwill et ox to Sarah
Marks part of Isaac Levens di
nation land claim; $1,500.
Wm Walker to Dora Walker,
200 acres of Walter Walker do
nation land claim; $100.
John Rhys Edwards and wife
to Peter Cook lot 1, block 1, Pall-
I have No. 1 rolled barley, feed
from Eastern Oregon. For sale at
Ridders Mill. $27 per ton with
sacks. B. J. Riddeks,
1 Suver, Ore
All that stands in the way of
the building of the Salem-Dallas
railroad by Mr. Gerlinger, is
the raising of $100,000, securing
right of way and furnishing
terminal grounds by Salem.
A county court is justified in
appropriating money for the re
pair of roads and bridges worn
out by much use but not in keep
ing up roads and bridges rotted
When the Independent Tele
phone system completes the
lines under consideration and
the Pacific States system makes
some extensions and improve
merits, every body can hello to
everybody in Polk county.
Seekers of divorce in Portland
out to distant coun-
in fil their divorce suits.
We object. Have enough of
our own. Let Multonmah take
care of her own cases of domes
Independence is,, a better
place than Chicago in some re
spects. Butchers here never
struck during hoppicking but
instead are working night and
day furnishing meat to hoppick-
court house and
Geo Ehmans, court house and
Frank Dye, labor, $8.40.
W E Martin, roads, $41.93.
F S Wilson, pauper acct. $12.
C C Coad, court house, $7.
J A Tate, court house, $10.
MuirA McDonald, roads, $75, con
W F Musoott, roads, $1.50.
John Dickens, pauper acct. $30.
Arminda Laughary, asst In tax col
J C Talbott, roads, $142.50, continued.
J T Ford, sheriff's office, $153.16.
E M Hmith, clerk's office, $136.28,
Tracy BtaU, sheriff's office, $05.
J D Steele, roads, $18.
Br van Lucas Lum Co, roads, $30.11,
C E Huntley, pauper aoct. $61 .3-5
Chas Chae. court bouse, $3.88.
R R McAdams, court house, $26,25
G B Mum, court bouse, $26.
Win Tatein, court house, $43.75,
C L Starr, school supt, $X6.14.
J W McDowell, roads, $9.
Pearce Bros, roads, $0.
John Morris, roads, $9.
A R Southwick, roads, $9.
LeusUoni & Gosser, roada, $31.
H Holman, et al, justice court, $70.16
A Iveustrom, roads, $15.
John Caldwell, court house aad
Harry Campbell, court Douse ana
Lotus Carter, con it house ana
Bert Elliott, - court bouse and
Robert Hatton, court house and
F Iidwig, court house aud grounds,
Roaa Winslow, court house and
J B Mum, court bouse and grounds,
Our hat.d.ie Ml a.'wit'lT auits and overeat are dffiWly
well nua and you run ctH ibem -Clothrt of Quality " This k.m
we re laitlrr prepare 1 than evrr to .!rts Ju l ot ow
coat Never lf.re in the history of our IoIim have we roi
har.dn.e .Herns and riwllml quality at such pleasing ytwrtn v
clothes contain thU year.
$10.00 to $25.00
Will btir you an all wool suit or overcoat with the -Halwn Wsoln
Mill Htore" UM n it which U a guarantee that it will give Mh.fcetio.
We have the largest and Ust asortroeit of clothing, hats anJ fur
nishing K00.U in the city.
$altm mookn Pll Store
Salem, . . Oregon.
T. B. Clevenger in company with
Lee and lioui Miller returned from
bis two weeks mountain trip, upon
the McKensie, Saturday. Hunting
was not the best in the world owing
to the dryness of the season.
Three deer, a cougar, and a moun
tain lion was the result of the hunt
the latter weighing 250 pounds and
measuring eight feet from tip to tip.
For Eight Night Only.
Frank Parker deputy collecto
of customs and Mr. Boling, a pilot
at Astoria came in awheel Sunday
evening having made ihe trip from
Seaside down the coast to Nestucca
thence across the mountains to the
boppickers Mecca. Thev passed on
by way of Salem yesterday.
R. P. Clark, the popular cash
register salesman is in town today
Prof. Raymond's dancing school
opens Monday evening at the opera
house. The term is for eight
nights. Those desiring full benefit
should be present or. the first night.
CABTERMNE To Mr. and Mrs.
Casterline, Thursday, September
8, a boy.
Newly Equipped; Over IOO Rooms, Steam Heat;
Gas Lights; Jill Modern Conveniences.
One Week Special Sale.
Rolls - - 4 for 25c
Pocket - - 3 for 25c
A. S. LOCKE
Having located a tailor shop in your city
I would kindly ask for a share of your
patronage. I will havo a line lino of
goods to Hcloct from and all work will lo
first class. Call and see mo and I will
treat you l ight.
n. P. Slmonson merchant X0
Dont write check with led-
ienciU it it dangerous, lluy
Fountain Pen, of
O. A, Kramer Co.
If you, want somethingbetler
than the W altyam or Elgin
watches hay the Hamilton.
For gale by
O. A. Kramer $ Co.
and forks fl Wrl 'Z
HI dirt, knives and fork
in i,I-f knives ami
guaranteed by O. A. Ar
5- Co. $4.r0. SetsntrhTlk'""
' t . . . i tft aft.
and forks best branu
HV are inst receiving nk
line of cut glass ami filr
Proprietor of the Independence-Salem
Stage Line. ,
Leaves Little Palace Hotel, Independ
ence dallj at 8 a. m.
Returning Iravea lied Front Livery
Stable at Haletn. 1 :30 p. m.
AU ordg r irivn carefal attention.
Opera Rca$e 51