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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1904)
West Side Enterprise
WALTER I. YON, Editor
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TELETHON R M.
(Htrtclly la advauv)
Everybody is rndy for upood
rol rH-ipr from ilu Suit 111
A suicid club lifts been di
covered iu Salem. Th Copitn
City lo baa an Illihee club.
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A good ron da contention
on at balem. Mr. lsrunk ana
NEW USB FOR
other supervisors should goove
Rmtdtaf nothwa 10wUwr llnMraitiU jftn,J jjjg notes.
Rum on itUptajr dWartlaloc mad know
The case of Miss Ann Shively
who was dismissed as teacher iu
the Collage Grove schools for
tho alleged reason that she did
not produce her diploma as
promptly as the directors desir
ed, has been heard on Appeal
and iaken under advisement by
the State Board of Education.
Miss Shively is a Monmouth
Uonnal graduate. When the
affair came before County School)
Superintendent Diltard be !
promptly ruled that the Board ;
exceeded its authority. Con-J
ceming the cose the Eugene '.
Register says: "If the young '
lady bad proven incompetent j
and possessed qualities that de
tracted from her success as n
teacher, by taking the grounds
of incompetency, the board
might have succeeded in dis
missing her, but upon the posi
tion taken and maintained by
the board with reference to 'the
diploma, the state school board
can hardly do otherwise than
sustain the verdict of Superin
lue formation or a young
men's club is being discussed
Newberg. Tho same thing
needed in Independence.
Fur Kale, Rnt, Want! or almllar
notice three line In tbli oolniun
S.ceut: on month 71 cent.
FOR SALE A choice Polk county
farm of over 300 acre can be had
at vrjr reaaonabU figures. Ad'
mirably adapted to stock raising
Enquire at this office.
JSAKiiAlN hALfc some nice
srade 0. I. C. and Poland
China pigs, just weaned, lit)
Fine thorough-bred Poland China
boar pif ready for aervice, $10.00.
Pine thorough-bred Jersey bull, 4
yeara old 120 00 and thorough
bred nice Jersey bull calf 13.00.
Ind. P. 0. A. J. Whiteaker.
FOR SALE One freah cow, one
will be freah in Februarr. first
class cows. Also one driving r1
horse weight 1 100 pounds. In
quire of Claude Kurre, Indepen
dence. FOUND A gold Btick pin with
agate set, at Peoples Cash store.
Owner inquire at this office.
FOR SALE A good second band
organ cheap, inquire at this
Electricity long od In lha lab
ratory tr experimental purpoaea
only, ia fast coming before the pub
lio aa an agent of great value in the
affair of every day life. By elec
tricity power to drive machinery
can be uliliied at the distance of
mile from ita source, and by elee
triciiy thanka to Mr. Edieon'a re
cent discoveriea our streeta and
houses are lighted more brilliantly
than by gas. While all these re
suits are evident to the publio at
larte there ia still another field in
which the use of eleetrlclty it rap
idly working a profound reforma
tion in the field of science.
The following remarkable cure
pe'formed by Or. Darrin at Hotel
Gail Dallas shows the new uses for
Senator Mitchell ha? been j It'a tire to bethink ing of Chritma
'civen 'the chairinnnshm of the ''n's"t -Ji,,l oull.miv"
iirai curmcierxuuii , u is very cimii
lnter-oceanir caual committee to
fill the vacancy caused by the
death of Senator Hanna. The
committee is an important one
m its relation to 'the Pacific'
CATjWRII BRONCHITIS AND CUKiil'MF
Mr. Editor: I will lend my
name to the long list of corps per
formed by Dr. Darrin. Fifteen
years ago catarrh and bronchitis
troubles commenced to annoy me
and seven years later a complicated
ung Double show ml it self. All
efforts to cure fruitless untill com
ing under Dr. Damn's electrical
treatment eight years ago. 1 am
appy to say I am cured, I at
tributed my long continued good
health to the health influence of
electricity which restored me to a
permanently sound condition. I
am news agent on the Southeast
Pacific Railway and pass Albany
daily and will gladly answer any
questions at my home In Mount
Tabor, Oregon. J. A. Li ndslev.
i plete. cuuaisiiog of tlit latest .ni iH'i
unique novelties ou the market. We
can please. You will be surprised not
only at the beauty, elegance and var
iety ot stock out at toe reaaonableneea
iof prices, i cordially Invite you to look
mv stock over as I know that you wilt
enlov aeeinir the preftr thine 'of Xmss
coast interest 'a nd Panama Cil. I will enjoy tue privii.iee r rtw.w.
IT- rr', i - wkviu ihmuajhn
nax affairs. The change, gives laud the druggist
Mitchell the committee room of
the late Senator Hanna and the
patronage of a clerk and assist
ant Senator Alger succeeds
him as chairman of the com
mittee on coast defenses.
Eugene proposes to give H.
B. Miller, United States consui
at New Chwang, China, a re
ception' upon his " homecoming.
In honoring Consul Miller, Eu
gene ' honors herself for Mr.
Miller has been a credit to his
home town and proved the right
man in the right plaee in China.
The celebrated land fraud
cases have been continued till
the April term of court. The
grand jury will be re-convened
next week and more indict
ments are expected. According
to the Portland Journal, two
members of the legislature and
some others well known through
out the state will be subjects of
inquiry by the grand jury.
Corvallis has had a chicken
show; Newberg will have one on
the 10th ef next month. Salem
and Albany are to have their
poultry shows; Dallas is getting
ready for its annual goat show.
Can't Independence and Mon
mouth together get up some
kind of a live stock, chicken,
cat or dog show?
Notice Is hereby given that the An
onal Meeting of the Stockholders of
the Independence and Monmouth
Railway Company will be held at. In
dependence, Oregon, in the Independ
ence Nat. Bank bmldlng at 10 o'clock
A. M. od Saturday ,' December 81st, A.
D. 1904, for tbe purpose of electing of
fleers and transaction of web 'other
business as may properly come before
said meeting. . D. W. Bbabs, Becty,
Dated Nov. 11, 1904.
Sealed Bids Askad
Sealed bids vrill be received , by the
andereigned tijl 12 M December 20th
1904 for one hoDdred (100) cords of grub
oak wood not lees than two Inches in
diameter ;a!so for forty (40) cords of good
body fir aaid wood to be delivered cord
ed in basement of Normal building not
later than September 1 1905. Bights
reserved to reject any and all bids.
J. B. V. Butler.
Tbe Independence charter
has been declared a very weak
document and it is up to some
body to get up a bill for a char
ter for introduction in the next
legislature. Suggestions for a
new charter are in order.
Mr. Carnegie is irritated over
being subpoenaed in the Mrs.
Chadwick case. But he gets $2
a day. The jingling of the
guinea helps the hurt that hon
G. A. HURLEY
Attorney at Law and
Collections Promptly Made Titles
Eaat Side Main Street,
NDEPE.VDEKCE, -.- ObEOON
To the Editor: Gratitude to Dr
Darrin prompts me to give this
card. For about ten years I have
been gradually growing deaf from
the effects of a discharge of the ear.
I bad dispaired of releif bat thanka
to Dr. Damn's skill I am cured of
my deafness so I can hear h whis
per. Refer anyone to me at luy resi
dence five miles sontheast of Wood
barn, near Ex-Mayor John Easton's
place wbo was cured by Dr. Darrin
ofcatarrh and discharging ears
GRANULATED EYES CUBED
.Mr. 8. W. IWer of Brace, 'Ben
ton county, Oregon," write Dr.
Darrjriry 6u cu red""m"y jrjrl bftgran-
ulated sore eyes Of long' standing,
one year ago and I am very thank
ful for what you have done for her.
XTDJTET TROUBLE CURED.
Dr. Darrin,' Dear Sir: I wish to
know if it is necessary to take tbe
fall coarse Of three months treat
ment. I feel perfectly well ot my
kidney trouble and pain in tbe
back. Yonra truly, C. P." Kiaer
' Harrisbarg, Oregon. ;
Firstcless Home Accomodations.
Monmouth, Oregon. Rates $ 1 per
D. M. HAMPTON
Cigars, and Beer
or in Bottles; at
THE 1. I. SMITH SALOON,
Independence, - ' Oregon
I. L. SMITH; Proprietor.
One Week Special
Ae Se LOCKE
4 for 25c
3 for 25c
purrliaM of Hllvr War
a Hhavlng Mug worth .Nc
Uh 4t H.
of Silver Ware
of or Olrls Me Kulle
ii . . ia sh 1 1 l in saHStar' a
W 'Vr U.-y LLi ' ih
am i v a
pun'tia of Hllver War
Y a Boys V Knife
f puivha of 8llv Ware
f a Itoys & Kutfe
"A Kulfe will make the littl our
Cut out thlt coupon, bring It to our
tor IVo. 2. and It will arrurv ;ra a
llmorat Diteount ou every itnu
nieutloitvt lo this a1.
Carving Set with Genuine
Stag Handle $!.JO to 57. OO
Our Assortment la Complete.
We want vou t look over our lino of Harware Holiday Specialties: Chafing
Dishes, JJutter Kiuvm, Herry Sjiooiift, Sugar Sludls, Nickle natotl Ware, Savory Hosi
ers, etc. J'iuicv TiimiiuTH, Maniruro Soisor, Fancy laoi, lVket Cutlery etc.
Try one of our (jfl.K'lTK SAFKTV HAZOHS.
TvtA -rN-rxT-n'TKni rtT 1 TT1 ITITir T1T
rrz PKlllHXtuK SliAl ItI H KKII
On KANOF.S ami IlKATINtJStoven Dec. 22
On NUCGIKS and HACKS Dec. 23
On SKWINU MACHINES 1W.24
Wo have no toys, hut wo have many useful
articles that inako Xmas. prefenta your friend
. WADE &
J. R. CRAVEN, Mgr. INDEPENDENCE, ORE
Headquarters for American Wire Fence!' -
I A Big Discount
X piir ctnl off on Clothing, Hat,
Shoos and Eoeathlnzin .
WHITE HOUSE STORE
Until Xmas. Must Make Ready for
Monamsais and Ksad
Geo. f; Redsers Co
P A PER
W. R. ALLIN D. D. S.
Pain lew Kxtraction
Indepe idenoe, ura
One door south of Post Office.
Fine Baths tn connection with shop
3 olw Sbolund
Opera fio$c Bldg., Court $t.
An Kmerjrency Alcrtlclnn
For sprain, bruises, burim, acaldi
and aimilar Injuring, there la nothing
to good a Chamberlain 'a rain Balm.
It aootliea the wound and not only
gie inntant relief from pain, but
eanwa tbe pari to heal in about one
third tbe time required by the DHual
treatment. Aa it l an antlneptlo all
danger from blood poisoning la avoided.
Bold by P. M. KirklanJ, tbe druggist.
Undertaker, Enibalnier, and Funeral
Director. La.ly Awiihtai.t
IXDEPENDEXCK - - - OREGON
W. G. SHARMAN,
INDEPENDENCE 4 MONMOUTH
6onr fur Mull
mouiti and AH II.
7 so a. m.
H: ' p. in.
diur fur Mmi
muiitu and OallM
14 p. m.
for A It lie.
7:vi a. m.
:'n p. lu.
II J a, m.
.m p. m.
Imvm Alrlle tl
tM p. III.
l-airm Ditllaa ''
i p. ni.
or I nduiwndeuoa
I ' p. ni.
Hhim ar Uoa.
SK p. m