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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1905)
lion. Frank Rutlor, ns district
ormiitr is Mirrinj; tip interest
in the grange in Folk 'county.
It's a good order. Everyone in
teresM in fanning;, directly or
indirectly, should lend their
Clonn olVtho mud once in ft
while. That is all our streets
need. Correspondence Salem
That's what Independence's
Thoso good road reformer
that wer going to build turn
pikes all over Or.-gon with eon-
..J..!., .11... I.il-itl.r II VlWMltlOll.
I'olk -.nutv uks for no of j , " ,
fieos for it d'.diration in thej Tmlonciidenc ha clean
i i , i
legislature. It aks for no an-i streets. Vigorous exercise of!
propriation for military com- ihe scraper and hoe did
panics; n hounties for coyote work,
scalps; n fish hatcheries, no' ; ,
Lo,t we lorget i remei.i i
lUe$t Side enterprise
WALTKU LYON, F.iitoh
Katxrvd at lnil(n1is ilea,, Kto(We
Subscrption, $1.50 Per Year
rifU!PTTTV II ATK
(StnJuy In a.lvamvt
r y.r II
tIK monltia... ,
lul y... u
H.liiwi mtlv 10 vntji xr Miw tlwlslii.
BXiwon )miMy advrtlhxjt made kunvrn
Kr al Knit, Vntet or luitUr
not leva tlirv llnralll llU olninn,
Sprouts: one 111011111 "S ct.l.
FOR SALE Fresh milk cowa;
alto some pig. Inqulra of Hill
Rro. IndHiuieiu'e, Ore,
FORSAKE Ctep, geMHl mare,
weight 1K"0. Kmpiira of L.
FOUND In Independence, ladie
nndirelU, turned handle, cilver
tip. En'ioirf Ht this oU'kh.
TO I.KASK .V KK) acre form
with god building, in Linn
county, sixty acru of hp land
ready tor liis. I.oi.ited across
tlit river from th I-eepcr hop
J. P Maybcrry,
U. F. t). No. 4. Albany Ore.
the! W.WTKD Two or three furnish-
r.l ramus for light hoiiHeUrpinjr.
Addf-cit box l'.T city.
for Nation!. Sti.te,' District or! peuitentiary at Salem.
County Fairs located within its'
borders. All Folk isks worth I
that the appro
Curlew ordinance ef the
Peerless Clothing Store s
1905 JANUARY 1905
During tin- mouth of January wo want to reduc our St.a k of t ..thing, nv,.N
cats, etc. u.,1 as at. itnlumnnnt U) tho l'uMi. n.ako the.. v liat..lii,nry
Men's Clot hi ns
Suit -r Over (Vit
if.;.. 1 1 .. i ..... mKiii ilia first i. . . . i ...... .fl
jj tue .iu mi;,," Itiiltpemtf nee provisos mm I'Vj.-j
three d.y brinR a criterion f',r ,,,,,,,. under "f 1S l Hoc,i;
t; ... i i)u in l,Mit n iti 1 i ' . . i . i. . I
Mate School located at
mouth, be not ntecardlr.
J TIih first Hay it raine.l, represent-
'injr Jantiarv. Februnry'n day
I .-.n-iti lltf tviiK ii Ctw
ihe Ureonian put on a .Nov;rajl(eilHU.i
i ear s edition that reiict the
! ttirt ilrtr was a tviMCal ont for tho
of the best advertisements of,' month which it was Hnpposed to
Orpo-nn nn,! f ho T no.l Pt.,rl-f represent. Rose are tlooiuing
country generally that has ever P'ofe-ely i the g.rdene all over
been put out.' The Salem Stales
man also put out an attractive
number this year and is a most
excellent advertisement of the
Willamette valley. The Eu
gene Register is another paper
that showed the enterprise to
get up a creditable New Year's
- - - ' i inrsiiniee tnotius . .rv.-, j to raln ti10 atm.t or alleys ol Uie
pnahon for the mother Normal have pllnlv of n,ring weather. u unIfM ;cipiiniaj ,y ,r-
I im irt M-.lV 11 raineii. rr unii- ..... ... ... , o.. 7 nV ivk n
j fill!1 IT MU! l i WIV. i 1 w . . - - v ...
! th efening during the months of
:(Viol,t.r. Novenilwr. IiecintuT, Jan-
bio winp in from the! February March. DurinK
w-PPt in the afternoon. March!.,
resources of the Northwest in j opened up clear and warm, and t(jr0 Jn j,ouri ptgimug
Mnday, January S. tin orti) nance
will be enforcenl. The bell will be
town, and the sweet pea vine have
taken a tiew start and are climbing
all over the fences, a mass of bright
green. All vegetation is giving
nndVa that if ome winter weather .,.. rwi .,vn i iku mnt v and
jdoes not appear pretty eoon, it ,tlj.,iuu territorleu, to rep eneut and
rung and all coming under ita pro
isior.e will be required to observe
By order of the Mayor.
JfH0 .J to SO Vrir!
pl.t Hi j
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j Hoys Clc thing
jf Jl to 13 Ytarf
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ot) .. ., 4,25
S .'m . . 4.75
7.00 .. 3,00
7.5o .. .. 8.5i) t
POO .. S.73
- 4.00 With Top Robber lloot - 3..V Short JU.t - 13,01 Short I Wi ;.: 5il -
'21.7.". Hoy High Top - ."." - 2 J" Short Ikml II !K l.7f !iorl lt..l 1 40 -
need not apply for recognition.
McMinnville News Reporter.
Tb United States buys mon
'diamonds than any other nation of
A reasonable amount of fleas j the world.
is'good for a dog. It. reminds
t .1 . 1 j t-, llev Carlisle P.. Martin, L UI.
him that he 13 a dog. The an- MVCW-
nualreceint of garden seed is ! Of W.v.n,. Te. writ: -Of
. 0 . . . I mnrntnir. when first arising, I often
supposed to f srood for the nni, atrubIeiioiiieco,.'eeti.in f r.h'ejtm
advertise an oUl erttablishetl hou of
ftolid ttnanewl ataodlng. Hilary te
men f-l weekly, tn women f 12 to f 18
weekly with expense advanced taob
Mn.lsy by cberk dire-t fn.iu head-
quarteis. IIor and lrey furnialieU
when ntwaaary; Millu iwrmuuent.
Addret. Ulew Bro. Co., Dept. 5.
Modoii Bldg., Chicago. III.
v,.ii la linnoiv iriveiv (hat the lilt-I
.......... ' j Ki
ilerwtjtned htw len apiftliiretl lol.fltiiit-
Mens Jill Wool
2.50 Suit For 1.75
3.50 . . 2 50
4.00 .. 3.0t
5.00 . . 3.75
Mens Long Rubber
2.50 kind for 1,75
Af and Boy Cowrl Cloth
Rubbtr Llnd Coatt
horl Coal I IM)
Fish Brand Slickers
;i 2. !
J length 1.75
I'al.U 1 o
itegular 7.r lue 5.50
country editor. It rubs ii in on ! which pridueea a cougb and is very ; (rtorofihe ttai of UnrrN t,. Vmu'.,'
him that he is a country editor. !"ur" 141 nis,""ri I ama, py "-ijj
. J ... i nf ulluril k Horenound Syrut) will t 1 .L.h nflirMmn ftr Polk count, and H
This offirfi arknowlftdp-es a lib-
ODCe alHIOOge ii, auu me uuuuii in
eral supply of congressional over. I know of no medicine tht is
Never mind, Salem. Let Dal
las claim the honor of being the
home of the goat. When the
final day comes and there is
choosing between the sheep and
the" goats, then you will be
strictly in it. Eugene Register.
That is right. We are all wool
and a yard wide here. States
man. And therefore you get fleeced
once a year.
The legislative committee of
the Oregon Dairyman's Associ
ation has decided to license
dairies charging them 2.50 a
year for a certificate of cleanli
ness. The standard of milk is
also to be raised to contain 3.2
ter cent butter fat instead of
3 per cent
While doing a good turn for
the west bound immigrants by
cutting the rates in two, the
Harriman people may as pell
go a step further and direct
them to check through to Folk
Senator Rand of Baker coun
ty will introduce a bill to divide
the Ninth judicial district mak
ing two districts of the one.
Governor Chamberlain would
probably not object to such a
law. lie would get to appoint
the new judge.
Well, don't care if I do. I'm
on the irrigating committee
Jfanv aspirant for road su
pervisor in Polk county got left,
there are vacancies in 11-7.
of Hallard.a Horenound Syrup will at
once dislodge it, and the trouble is
ni Uiual to it. and it is so pleasant to take
i j ii u iu u I can most cordially recommend it to
ages and dealt out by the bag M needJ)g m ,uw,jcine for
full. Anyone desiring govern- throat or lung trouble," Sold by A. 8.
ment seeds, please rush to our Locke
Chamberlain' Cough Keniedy
the Jlest Made
'In my ' opinion Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is tbe best made for
colds," aaya Mrs. Cora Walker, of Pirt-
erville, California. Tnere is no doubt
about iU being tbe best. o other will
cure a cold so quickly. Nootheriaao
sure a preventative of pneumonia. No
other Is so pleasant and sale to tane.
Thews are eood reasons why It should
be preerred to any other. Tbe fact is
that few people are satisnea witn any
other after having once used this rem
edy. For aale by P. M. Kirkland, tne
w.ofrerOna Hundred Dollar! Reward for
any cae of Catarrh that canuet be cured by
Hall'i Catarrh Cure.
F. J . CHEN' EY A CO., Toledo, O.
a' 11,0 nnrterftlt'ned. hare known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 yar, and believe nlm
perfectly honorable In all buluen trann
actlon and flnani-lally able to carry out any
obligations made oy nn nrm,
Wai.diso, KinkaW fc Mabvih
Wholesale lmitr:ristsi,To!eJ, O.
Hall's CataiTb Cure Is taken Internally
actinic directly upon the blood and mucous
surface of the system. Testimonials sent
free. Price 75 enU per boiue. noia oy an
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
ha mialitied. Ail persoua having
claims against said. esk are hereby
notified to prwient the same to nie at
my resldrt.ee at Lwivltlei Oretftin.
with the prwpr vouches and duly
verified wiHOu i moatha from the
N.L. ElTTLrs, Attorney.
Dated and fi-l published Deoembt,
Contracted Chrunle Ilarrho
While in the I'Mlllpplnei.
"While with tbe C. S. Army in the
Philippine, I contracted chronic diar
rhoea. I suffered severely from thia
terrlable disease for over three years
and tried the prescriptions of numer
ous physicians, but found nothing
that did me auy good until t tried
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, two small bottles
of which entirely cured me and I have
since bad no return of tbe disease."
Herman Stein, 212 N. Union Ave.,
Pueblo, Colorado. For sale by P. M.
Kirkland tbe druggist.
Cured ills Mother of Hheiimatisin
"My mother has been a sufferer for
many yeara from rheumatism, " says
W. H. Howard of Husband, Pennsyl
vanla. "At times she was unable to
move at all, while at all times walking
waspalnfnl, I presented her with a
bottle of Chamberlin'a Pain Balm and
after a few applications she decided It
waa the most wonderful pain reliever
Hhe had ever tried, In fact, she Is never
without it now and is at all times able
to walk. An occasional application of
Palo Balm keeps away tbe pain that
she was formerly troubled with." For
eale by P. M, Kirkland the druggist.
, TOILET PAPEH
One Week Special Sale.
Rolls ' - 4 for 25c
Pocket - - 3 for 25c
AO T rr,T7'T7 PRESCRIPTION
Oa lWVr.JCs DRUGGIST
Peerless Clothing Store
North llaif Juty Building
JlHh'i'i mleiK't' Oregon,
and REPAIR EH
Carrlr the Cele
brated Coggers J1sbc$fo$ fianJ m&fo
G L Hawkins
Monument aad Head
WILL I3E IN
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
OF EACH WEEK
THURSDAY, FRIDAY.'AND SATURDAY
OVER ID EPENDEWF KAT10N U.JK.IM
Send No Money
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A MATTER OF HEALTH
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