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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1904)
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5 rslaUrti brrt.
bbor o frWndi of A. J
L.fWhli house burned and
f ... . .pillion to kit granary
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i. ... Several ncu i www
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...tin a lew uays "nus
Lfcnc IItr from here tsetur
L Mf mil Mr. Wunder aixf
Uhutr. Minnie, Mrs. K. Clarke
i JukIimT eua. wri, win
(tiff, Mr- Campbell. Mrs. Goo.
Li. Mr i. George Fumvan ana
ti kilting season in this neigh
au I if ninPQTinu ir
IMI-OiTAKT Rkst'LT OT TMT WITH
rn.KCTlMll.iii ON A I.IVI.IU STOW AC
gjiJl filing muddy.
,',hh Rltnnr wm doing business
jattown he first of the week.
fj Uukct social will bo given
May night. Much irejxT.
t u being made fur it,
CUude !! and Lydie Aebie.
1 married on the llih Inst
irspmling their honeymoon
Vh Edith Bagbf of 8uve r, is
miiofio this neighborhood for
Tie log from tho Ileutner creek
oo being floated to th boom
4f J. L Atweter's place. Tkey
ibruo down (lie first high
- a a
vtr, wuen mo neiguuore
iTitake plessure in witnessing
otic the loga out io the foam'
r. Miller and wife were
8AN FRANCI8CO, Dec. 7-In!
an jBwlroent cornruoUd by Dr.1
Albert J. Atkina, of the California'
Medina! College, on the riving 1
stonwch of a healthy uan.lt has'
been demonstrated that the organ '
U electrical In ita action. The ex
pertinent eonalsted In the Intro.
di:tion of specially prepared
electrode Into the atomach by ha?.
Ing the man iwallow It. When the
elnrtrodea were brought In conlaot
with about an Inch aquareof the
wall of the organ, the galvanonv
eter registered nearly 10 milvolts
of direct electrical current. It la
t i f ..... . . .
naimeu mat this action provea
that the whole process of digestion
la an electro cheinlc one; alao that!
thla our rent In the walla of tLej
atomach prevents the digestion of,
the atomach by Us own juices.
The abate proa report la In line!
with the theory of Dr. Darrin who i
haa ued electrlcitv for the pant 20 ,
year In the treatment of stomach.
troubles, aa well aa chronic diseases
and deafness. The fact combined
with hia correct dingnoaii may ex
plain the anuiual aucoena in their
treatment and cure. Dr. Darrin
hewing been a pioneer in the uae of
e1ctricit withndlcinee naturally
feeia gratified that other medical
men now follow In the path bo
blaied. iallaa Obeerter.
CAN II It A It K WI1ISPKK
MUs Xcllia Durfee, m Popular
Vouor lidr of Shaw, Kegalne
Her llearlug Two Year Afo.
To the Editor: I came to Salem
with my daughter April 28, 1902,
to conault Dr. Darrin concerning
By Special rfrrangtmmts.
The New York Tribune Farmer
TA Itadlng Fmrmtn Papwrlntht
Unifrd Stalms, ' mill b furnlihtd "' "
on yar to 000y H0it fub$crlbr fo th 4
WEST siilE ENTERPRISE.
This Offwr it Good Only for Thl$ Month.
S. M. Danic
OUR C!X)THINO HALE haa been on alocO Nov. Ift. Our Drew GKxla
riU hea been on elnm Dec. 8. On Dee. 15 w w ill add aliuot our
KNTIltH HUOK B70CK to the Big Bargain lint. '
It would take a whole page of this paper to tell you all etcxit the WON
DKIIKUL UAUQAINia we offer you and jrjve price. for .rtlculani
and prloea aee our larite pnetera and olrculara. ThD come to the K(ire sad
we will lei I you more atxnii 11 ana you ran aee mr youraeir. eaie ou iimn-
, Jacket, Hkirta, elo. atlll gee on aa beiore.
Ing, Drees Good
Positively the Biggest Bargains
And the most of them to be found anywhere.
COME AND SEE "
COME AND SEE
S. M. Daniel Monmouth
fered to by letter or in person, and
will gladly answer all question.
I reaide at Shaw, Marion county,
May 1902. C. R. Durfoe.
ONE YEAH LATER.
Shaw, Or., May 23, 1902.
Dr, Darrin :-Replying to your
letter of Inquiry will say my
daughter and I are both well and
10 far the results of your treatment
one year ago seem 10 do perma
, ; C. R. Durfee.
I few days ago. , Mr. , Miller
noted the Fero Qjird. f
Turner, the mail carrier to
.hiA a narrow rana frnm a
jt(lojury last week. : JrVWIe
:icrofs pasture to miss a
Inline, bis horse stumbled
'41 la hie flounder to get Up
Turner's footjrjMI caught in tha
-n in1 Wa..m a fAl
Via fright whoa the stirrup
broke releasing him, other
ould have been severely
Friday's issue of the , West
Enterprise will prove to buy-
H it is not neceitsary to go to
'or Portland nor any other,
Mlfther than Indeoendenco
womouth to get bargains io
1 merchandise Wait for
her deafnens.i After a thorough
amlnation the doctor . took the
treatment, and io one
operation and with the use f aleo
tticity restored her hearing, much
to our surprise and gratification.
I was so much pleased wltn her
core that I placed myself under the
doctor's care,. . Ha haa cured an al
most total deafness pf one ear, with
which - I had bten atlllctea lor
twenty.thr--years. I can be re-
To the Editor: For a Ion time
my father ttiram Wood, liviag in
Independence, Ore., has been deaf
in one ear. Through Dr. Damn's
skillful treatment he, is cured. I
am also rapidly improving under
Dr. Darain's electrical and medir
oal treatment from the effects of
stomach, liver and throat trouble.'
I can recommend the Dr. as a skill
ful physician. Refer your readers
to me at North Dallas. ,; '
cept medicines, 10 to 11 daily. All.
curable chronic and private diseas
es of men and women a speciality.
All paying cases $5 a week or in
that proportion of time as the caso
may require. Batteries and belts
furnished. Correspondence solicit
ep. . Circulars and question blanks
sent to any address. The treat
ment of female diseases a special
ty, ail well as seminal weakness,
varicocle, bydrocle, stricture and
lost manhood in men. Also tbe
eye, ear and all chronic and acute
diseases. Eyes tested and glasses
Dr. Darrin can be consulted free
at the Hotel Gail, DaT)aVuntil Dec
ember 23rd. only from 10 to 5; 7 to
daily. The poor treated free ex-j
V Hut" to Ytkqulna liny
"filer to accomodate the many
rihowinh to make a winter
10 Vaquina Rav. the Southern
M COmnnr.o mill salt rr
--,'..tj m.i c-v. v..
stdav and Saturdays of each
"'itil March 31, 11)05, round
'icleu, at low rftte8. to Va-
Mnd return, limited to sixty
,ro!a dale of salet Those who
p take advantage of this
wuld apply to nearent South-1
Reagent for tickets. Agts:
r City. HarriHhnrir' Aurora. !
Woodburn, Newberjt, Sa-! U
Shnpi.i t.iv t ! H
..unu, jeuerson, rvrvn
' 8Pniigfield, McMinnville,
"rillo. Independence, ,Eu-;
Orlp Qqlckly Knocked Out.
"Some weeks ago during the severe
winter weather both my wife and snr
self contracted colds which Readily de
veloped Into the' wot kind' of la .Rrippe
With all 1U miserable ayruptbm's,'' Says
Mr. J. a Egleeton of staple Landing,
Iowa. . ''Koeee and joints aching, mus
olea aore. bead stopped up, eyes and
nose running, with alternate spells of
chins and fever." We began using Cham;
berlaio'a Cough Remedy, aldln. the
same . wltb a dose of Charoberlatp's
Stomach and Liver Tablets, and by its
liberal' use soon completely k Docked
out the grip.' ; ; .-'"
, It Is a gooa plan to lase a nose o w
Tablela when Jrou; bave' a , cold. ; Tbey j
promote a healthy action of the bowels,
liver and Kidneys which fs always ben
eflcial when' the system is1 congested
bvaoold or-attacK 'of the srip.'For
8ale by P. M. Klrklafld the,dnigfla:UlUny-tofelant loealfbotri Ways."'
WINTER EXCURSION RATES
TO YAQU1XA BAY.
A New Departure on the South
ern Pacific and Corvallis '
& Eastern Itallroada.
Recognizing a long felt want, and
desiring to give the publio cheap rates
to tbe coast In the winter aa well as the
Bummer, for persons who desire to see
the boondlng billows In their' wildest 4
mood s asd imbibe tbe pare oxone of
the winter air at the coast, the . South
ern Pacific Company in connection
with the Corvalfis & Eastern Rail road
have placed on 'sale, taking effect Kov.
2, 1904, and caotinulng nutill March,
81, 1905, from alt point on their lines,
round trip tiikets fo Yaquioa M tbe
same rate as daring tbe summer.
There tickets will be sold 04 Wednes
days aad Saturdays only, and , will be
good for return sixty days from date of
Sale.. . ........,.. -"--;--;;---
Dr. Minthorn's sanitary hatha wil
be in operation and anyone ' 'who de
airee a genuipe health rasort daring the
winter cannot do better thaq spend a
monlh or eo at Yaquinal ' ,
$faallar tickets Twill bt sold. from' Al
bany Corvallia, Philomath and all potnia
west fU. the Corvallls 4 Eastern It ' R.
Full iuforiiiHtion as to rates, baggage
elc., cau be obuiued (by applying , to s
Uje nearest i S.' p! agent or "direct from
WI E; Oman, O. PI A, P. Co. Port
land, er Edwin Stone maoagtr C. A E.
R. R. Co., Albany. , - ,
' P." fiTbriiuili tickets to Portland,
are sold by tbe C. A E. at t'orvallis,
and bv the f. P. Portland to CorvaliiB
via AlCauy aud the C. A E. at the same
rate as via the west side, vi s: 2.60' C, A
E. trains Oo'nuel Sit' Albany with' ! the
Ccnillis 4 fesba Mrci
TIME CARD NO. 28
No. 2 For Yaquina:
Lsjavea Albany...... 12:49 r. u.
u Corvallls...... 1:48 r. u.
Arrives Taquma.... 8:20 F. at.
Leaves Yaquina 6:45 Akf.
Lea vet Corvallis . . . . 1 1 :30 a. k.
Arrives Albany 12:M r. sf.
No. 3 For Albany-Detroit:
Leaves Corvallis. .... .6.-00 a. m.
Arrives Albany 6:40 a. at.
Lv. Albany for Detroit 7:30 a. k.
Arrives Detroit..'.. .12:02 r.u.
No. 4 trom Detroit: ,
Leaves Detroit. . .. . . . 1$:35 P. fcf '
Arrives Albany 5:15 p. m-
Lv. Albsny for Corv'l s 7:15 p. m
Arrives Corvallis .... 7:55 p. u
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 Albany
before departure of S. P. noita
Train N. 2 connects with the
S. P. trains at Corvah o? Albanv
piving direct service to jewpcrt
and adjacent beaches. '
Train No. 3 for Detroit via Al
bany, leaves Corvallis at 6:00 a. m.
and connects with tbe S. P. Albany-Portland
local train leaving
Albany at 7:(K a. m. Train No. 3
leaves Albany for Detroit at 7:30 a.'
m., arriving there at noon, giving
ample time to reach the Breiten
bush hot springs the same day.
Train No. 4 connects at Albanv
with the Portland-Albany local,
which arrives here at 7:10, and
runs to Corvallis leaving Albany
at 7:15 and arriving in Corvallis at
7:55 p. m.
For further information apply to
T. Cockbell, Agent, Albany. '
H. H. Cbonisk, Agent, Corvallis.
.1! I t IH J.u iw 1 S.'V .
TO apOKANC -',
AND ALL POINT
fAST ANO aOUTMv ,
9OVERLA NO TRAINS DAILY A
THE FLVCR AND'Vi! !"' V
W THE FIST HAIL W
daylight trip across cab
" cade ajkd rocky: mtns.
- for tickets, rates, folders and fall in
formation calloo or address H. DICK
SON, City Ticket Agent, 122 3rd St.,
8r G. YERKES, G. W. P. A.
618 first Aye., s , 'Seattle, Wash.
We give expadi ted service on freight.
Route -your shipments via Great
Northern. Full information from
( vy.m, Hajcdsr, Gejai. s
uft received from
Rochester, G7e Home 0 toe Kodak
A t r the NEWEST KODAK
THE LATEST THINGS IN PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS.
Kodaks. $5 to S25. Kodak ' Developing Machines, $2 to
Camera, v - v--
HELP YOU SETTLE THE "GIFT QUESTION"
, . Stookbofd.er8' MeetMasr.
; Nqlice ia hereby given thai ' the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of toe
Independence National Bank will be
held on Tuesday i an nary ' 10, 1906 be
tween the hoars of 10 A, M. and 4 P.M
at the Bank for, the purpose of selecting
a Board of Directors and the transac
tion of such other business as may
come befoie the meeting. ' ',l
' C. Vf, Irvine Cashier.
Dated this 6th day of December 1904
" v . Notice . . , ., . ,
Notice is hereby given that the An
nual Meeting' of the' Stockholders of
the Polk County Land Company will
be held at Independence, Or., in tbe
Independence Nat., Bank building at
10 o'clock A. M. on Saturday, Decem
ber Slat, A. D. 1904, for the purpose ot
electing officers and such other busi
ness as may properly come before said
meeting. D. W. Skabs, Secty.
. Dated Nov. 11th, 1904. -
. UUR tfAMX AMD ADDRESS
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