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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1905)
West Side Enterprise
WALTEU LYON, Kimtoh
tna at io..-u.v.,s oraj. w.tom
Subsctption, $1.50 Pet Year
TKI KI'HONK m.
(rtUloily la advauw)
tlt mni !
Bodlm nuv iocoUpr,tlu'1ul
R,l.i. rtirlr edwUalai mU known
mbled end nml the pwwiit
t-wn Monmouth after their own
home town in Warren county
llliiMMH. At the time 0e
flm church of Monmouth, the
i ... 1
Chnman church n orgam
-ith charter rnniber ton)
..!..V,t ....r aua aiui out ol tna
. nniv Uii remain. Mr
w i.uoaa and Thomas l.uoaa
Tin w the starting of Monmouth
in the year of 1 Mt.
Mr. ami Mr. A, J. UUhardaon
are Salmi visitor, thin week.
M. N. Prather and con Cleve,
were SUlom visitor Ut week.
M. ....) Mm (loon; btfOtt W
Mr. im . -o-
IVillaa attmdod installation oi
...li....ra fifth Odd K-ll0W lOllg
gave her surprise dinner i"
Friday it being her .Mil uirmaay.
Throw present were
Eugene is progressing. It is
about to do away with the old
style of turning a crank to ring
lip on a telephone, done away
with in Albany seven or eight
years ago. It is about to have
the common batter); system en
joyed by the large towns like
Alhaiiv for long time. Al-
We still turn the crank in In
dependence. The state convicts are now
earning about $15,000 a year for
the state from labor in the stove
foundry. Senator Kuykendall
has introduced a bill appropriat
ing $10,000 of this amount to
the building of roads in the
viciuity of Salem. Every coun
ty in the state will endorse the
measure except thirty-two.
Mm. J.C. Krenty, Mr.
t 1 k"rnlv. Mr. A
One of our newly married
vountr ladies kneads bread with
V.ov rrlnvea rill. The editor of
this paper needs bread with his
Wson:he needs it witn nis
nAnts on. and unless the delin
quent readers of this old rag of
rAm nav nn soon he will
need bread without a darned
thing on. Exchange.
President Mulkey of the Ash
land Normal, School advocates
abolishing all the present Nor
mal sehoola and suggests Port
land, falem or Eugene for the
site of a new one.
A natiou without a free press
is not fit to live. fortiana
And a legislator without a
free pass don't live Bob Smith
of Josephine excepted.
Since tiie constitution can be
amended any way under the
initiative an J referendum, we
will now probi;b:y get a consti
The bill to raise marriage fees
from $3 to $5 failed to pass.
Let a bill be now introduced to
increase the coot of divorce.
Since publishing a time card,
the 0. C. T. Co's boats are more
nearly on time.
The New Years Statesman is
out. It arrived in Independ
ence and Monmouth this week.
Polk county preachers are be
having fairly well now.
Peopleare noTusually better
than the books they read.
Charity is more than dropping
a cru.-t in the slot In the expecta
tion of drawint? out a three layer
Fifty-f"ur years ago Thomas
Lucas crus'l the plains and made
bis home where Monmouth now
etands. Two years later his
brother A W. Lucas left his home
in Monmouth Illinois on the last
Jay of Augun 1852 and crossed the
plains with a four horse team and
Ira Butler now bent with age,
and whose locks of silver gray
ehow that he has een better days,
crossed the plains in 1853 and set
tled down where the little yUlage
ot Monuoutb now is.
Six yers latter after the arrival
.f Thomas Laws the old settlers
Mrs. D. H. Simpson visited relft-
1 uvea in Kinifs Valley lat ween.
I" i r w .. .
The W O. W. Camp her was Mr. O. K. Harmon, Trw 1 rawer
civen a surprise dance Saturday Uoyal Krenty, Nelson Andernon.
venlna. A very pleasant time Vesta Kreniy, wuu.
- - i
was had. rs.iw, Lmke has rented the JreU
J. C. Hasting of In.leenJence ii,wwr place and U moving tliere
nsited relatives here the past thio wek.
week. William Steele and fam'ly who
o c:...mnr. rl Vtliini7ton IS VlAV W.n visitina their daughter
K,, ciuiiwu ' - o .
... ... t . o....i .Um ih lioliuavs re
.. ... n;..v n,,nn of turned home Friday
iur. auu .'i.e. . - i ii i
... ..::,.! Dm nnal M Pillar aold to Mr. Dudley Ol
Kings aurjr ... r - ,
Wells eevent.Hn hoes last week at
. n ,. : .l. UraMniimr Domut live nr...
Irm. Staats was in nana- ,,rWied chick
last wees. . ,,.ir.l tat Thursday
Oscar Blake or Pauas is v.a.u8 ,ort SnvJ
H. P. Williams. employed on the Grey Eagle.
n. V .Turners norses rau
. o i.. k;u , millina Greatly In leimna
v. .. . .... ,i ..., tl a
lues into the creek and ran into .Nothing morr --. -
. ii nina U'll I'll IUWH imiuoiu
.tree and killed one and latauy ZZZ"" and .vatem cleaner.
5ni.,ra the other. The horses ... ,,,.. Life Pill.
- J . I IUVU w ' "
were sold but the buyer had not Thty are jUBt wbml you uwd to cure
come after them. stomach and liver trouuu. i ry .u.
I a, a k i.cx!kea uruir irr,
Mrs. E. A. Taylor ana aaugww Btw)4
t n( Vii(Tfln are visitine her
el Wben Mlloo.
Ulster, iuro. i uj uiui".
TTarrv Williams was a Dallas
visitor last week.
'.if Unitarv wo want to mlu itr SVk if Clothing, Ow.
coats, etc. ami as 'uul
Btomach and Liver Tablet.. For
by all druggUta.
r !M Suit or Over Coat .50
jts0 is to 20 ran
$ 500 Suit or
2 and 3 Ple Suttt
Jif J fa 15 rarf
Suit ur Uferouat
Nannie Rose and Oca Wilson at
tended a dance at Wax. Yeater'e,
at Brideejort, Friday evening.
r. V Jnhnaon has a new wheel
V w -v
on his tower house.
Nntiw ia herbv Biven that the couB'
of Polk county will
i.nlrt th rpcralar examination of appli
caDta for state and county paper at
Pallas, Oregon, aa follows :
For Ktate Paiier.
rnmniencins Wednesday, February 8,
at nine o'clock A. M., and continuing
R.iitnlir Febraarr 11. at four
nVIvlr P. M.
Wednesday Penmanship, history,
..IHn(r. alirebra. readinir, school law
Thniir-Written arithmetic, the
ory of teaching;, grammar, book-keep
Inf?. phyaica, civil Kovernment.
v.i.vPhvslr.loTv. sreoeraphy, men
tal arithmetic, composition, physical
BoUnv. plane aeometry
general history, English literature, psy
r... ....1 nmn In this eouoty and
i'lfU " " -
adjoining territories, to represent and
advertise an old established bouse of
solid financial standing. Paiary io
men 2l weekly, to wemeutl2 to $18
weekly with expenses auyancea eacu
Meuday by check direct from bead-
quarters. Horse and buggy lurn....
when neceeaaryi pcjeiuou jnu
Address, Blew Bros. 4 Co., Dept. o.
Monon Bldg., Chicago. III.
For ale, I Rent, Wanted or si milar
notioea three lines in iui.
25 cents: one month 75 ceuta.
FOR SALE Fresh milk eows;
also some pigs. Inquire of Hul
Bros. Independence, Ore.
WANTED A few stands of bees.
A. J. Whiteaker. Independence.
FOR SALE Fresh milk cows.
EnouireofC. E Tedrow, three
miles south of Monmoath
WANTED Half a dozen good
men to work at the Krebs hop
ranch? Enquire of Krebs Bros
delivered at your door at $3.50 a
cord. Call on John Barton.
FOR SALE W. T. Haley, Inde
pendence, haB a few nice young
full blood Blue Andiiaeian rooai
era. iirice $1.00 each
WANTED Young horse, to weigh
about 1250 pounds, gentle, not
overseyen years old. w. w.
Black, Independence, Oregon.
STRAY HOG A plack barrow,
weight about 125 lbs., no marks.
Owner call at L. E. Stapletoo's
on mi a,w "
n ., , $330 wrl H. &h(t IWI $1.50 -
$4.00 High Top Rubber Boot $3..H) - $3.30 N
- 21.75 Boy High Top $2.35 - V '
I Afn( aa ooys . run uhi vn,
Rubber Und Cooti
Mens Ml Wool
$2.50 Suit For tip
3.50 2 :j0
Mens Long Rubber
tim kind for II.
Regular $7.50 value $5.50
Peerless Clothing Store
I. Tr I. H 4 II ,! l!n IIIUI' WIHIWIIV,
For Coontv rapers,
Commencing Wednesday, February 8, fiT.Kfiood drv red
at nine o'clock. A. M., and contusing 4,
nntll Friday. Febrnary 10, at 4 o clocit,
First, Second and Third Grade Cer-
Wednesday Penmanship, history,
Thursday Written arunmeuc, mwr?
,Moliinir mmmtr. DhvsiologV.
Friday Geography, menial arna mo-
tic, school law, civil government.
Wednesday Penmanship, orthog
Mnhr arithmetic, reading.
Thursday Art of questioning, theory
of teaching, physiology.
C. L. Starr,
County School Sup't
- "rr'.T " . o i . TTOR SALE Clover and
Mrs. J. w. Kicnarason nr. u - -
. v. ..,nil. bay. Address or can on
street in Independence, California CampDellnmoutn.
Medicated soap. Fnce 1UC per par Sickening Shivering: "
or three bars for a quarter. of Ague and Malaria can .be relieved
4 , nd cured with Electric Bitters. Tbts
Winter Kates to lfa,u Ina Bay d cued
In order to accomodate the many ' J . auU a troe
people who wish to make a winter . curatlve influence on the disease, drlv-
Carrie the Cele
brated Coggers JUbe$to$ fiat made
jjjjp'Y G L Hawkins
I Dallas, Ors.
rTO' v Naroie ana
itomunanas aad If aaaV
ttonea C sisajy
trip to Yaquina Bay, the Southern
Pacific company will sell on
Wednesdays and Saturdays of each
week, nutil March 31. 1905, round
f rin tickets, at low rates, to la-
quina and return, limited to sixty
days from date of sale. Those who
desire to take advantage of this
rate should apply to nearest South
ern Pacific agent for tickets. Agts:
Oregon . City, Harnsburg. Aurora.
Hillsboro, Woodburn, Newberg, Sa
lem, Sheridan, Jefferson, Forest
Grove, Springfield, McMinnville,
Brownsville, Independence, En
The Baptist Church gives a cor
dial invitation to all to worship
with them at both morning and
evening services next Sunday.
Lettie Masterson, church clerk
i u nti.l v nut of the system. It is
.n.inh tn Va nri-ferred to Oulnlne. hav
ing none of this drug's bad after-effects.
K. 8. Muiiday, of Henrietta,
Tex., write: . "My brother was very
with malarial fever ana jaunaioe,
till he took Kiectric Bitters, which
saved his life. At A. 8. Locke's drug
store; price 50c, guaranteed.
a fjrim Traced y
is daily enacted In thousands of homes
as Death claims, In each one, another
victim ot Consumption or rneumooia,
r.i ,h.n f'ntiirha and Colds are prop
erly treated, the tragedy is averted.
F. O. Huntley, of OaEianaoo, jqu.,
ttritAl- Mv wife bad the consump
tion, and three doctors gave ber up.
Finally she took Dr. King oew ria
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, which cured ber, and today she
Is well and strong." It kills tbeerma
of all diseases. One dose relieves.
Guaranteed at 60o and $1.00 by A. 8.
Locke, druggist. Trial bottle free.
0. C. T. CO'S. STEAMERS
POMONA, ALTONA, OREGON
Iav Independence for Albany
daily, r. M; for Corvallis, Mos
days, Wednesdays, Fridays, o4
Saturdays at 8 P. M.
Leave Independence for Portland
dally, 9 A. M.
BDEfftDKB OKFlCt OVtK
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY
Dental & Work
At Most Reasonable Prices
Bfo4led Her Beauty
Harriet Howaed, f M W. Mth 81.,
New York, at nn time bad her beauty
spotted with slrlD trouale. Hhe writes :
"I bad Halt Hbeum or Kmmt for
reave, but noshing would ours it, until
I used Buck fen's Aroloa Salve." A
quick and sure bealsr for cats, burns
aod sores. 25o at A. 8. Loeke's drag
G. A. HURLEY
Attorney at Law and
Collsctioni PrompUy Mads THl
East Side Main Street,
W. G. SHARMAN,
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la MltntiaM UtJk.
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Honey and Tar a. thro. ,. ud lun
remwly, and on account , or I
merit ind popularity of Foley . f
ad Tar many Imitation, ere of
for tb. genuine. Ask
Honey and T.r and refu wj ' J
.tltuteofTereda.no other prepr.
will give the ime aatto hollo . W
mildly UiaUve, "B0IX
and U aafeat for children and dellc
peraona. Bold by A. B. Loc-