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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1906)
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'admirations rather than by your
idiegtuU; covet nothing that in
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p.. mo your ueighlior's except hi kiml-
litres of lieert and gculleueas or
uiannrs; think seldom of your
enemies, often of your fneuJ
these are little guiJe-osls to
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Roading notice It) oiW per, line
Ratee on display advertising made
known en application.?
It is well to brf governed by
our admirations rather than by
our disgusts. To be in the iron
grip of our dislikes is not a con
dition of peace. When gov
erned by the ruling admirations
of our lives, by the things we
like, the people we love, the ob
jects we worship, rather than by
the things and people and ob
jects we dislike, is one of the
conditions of peace which is an
inexhaustible fountain of daily
William Rader discusses this
theme in the San Francisco
Bulletin and his treatise is worth
Says Mr. Rader:
Disgusts breed fast. They
are prolific. The habit of dis
gust is a growing habit. It cre
ates kindred tendencies. Ouce
contracted, the victim is never
again satisfied with life and its
possessions. He is discontented
with himself, and finds life a
burden. When a man thinks
more often of his enemies than
of bis friends, of the vices than
the virtues of humanity, and
dwells more upon the swamps
and quicksands under his feet
than the stars aud the clear blue
above hi3 head, then he is ruled
by his disgusts rather than his'
lne renex influence oi our
admirations upon our characters
i3 a matter which all who would
improve themselves should
Our disgusts mar the beauty
of the soul. They penetrate
deep into the nature, while the
admiration of our reason and
love touch the deeper notes be
cause they reach down to the
It is the soul of man which,
with eyes thirsting for beauty,
sees the beautiful and the good.
Any 6ort of a man may show
his utter, unintelligent hatred,
his proud, impertinent and in
discriminating disgust, whereas
it requires a soul, a mind, a true
human to admire, to see and
hear and know.
' The disgusts which sweep
over us, and which we learn to
like, leave a sediment of poison
in the life which is nnwhole
Bome and unhealthful. To learn
to admire with sincerity is a
path to enjoyment. To learn to
be disgusted with the persons
met, the music heard, art seen,
books read, is to take upon our
selves the limitations of a bigot
and the tribulations of one who
has cultivated the habit of look
ing on the dark side of life.
Disgust is often necessary. It
acts as a corrective of extrava
gant hope and vain optimism.
It has its place, but to be ruled
Governor Chamberlain cer
tainly has A right to irrigate.
II has been made president of
the National Irrigation Organi
The Amity Enterprise would
have II. Hirschberg a blooded
high-roller and scatter 11000 in
uickels among the youngsters if
hops go to 25 cents.
The Independence National
Bank was capitalized at $50,-
000. Every dollar of the capital
stock has been paid back to the
stockholders and the bank goes
right on declaring dividends.
That's the way investments in
The Albany Democrat won
ders what will happen to Col.
Hofer, editor of the Salem Jour
nal, for publishing the false in
sinuation that the editor of the
West Side Enterprise is mar
ried. Didn't the Democrat ob
serve that Colonel Hofer's head
went last week as president of
the Willamette Valley Develop
ment League? Watch him lose
his job as editor of the Salem
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printer was requested to destroy it
but failed to do so:
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In an assemblage of countrymen
at a wayside inn in England the
conversation turned on the subject
of eating, and several of the com
pany named their favorite dishes
and told bow much they could eat
of them if tbey were hungry.
Just then one of the waiters
brought in a lot of sprats (a species
of small fish very popular in Eng
land), whereupon one man re
marked boastingly, ."My partner
and I can eat a bushel of them."
The statement was naturally re
ceived with incredulity, but he of
fered to make it the subject of a
His offer accepted, a bushel of
sprats was brought in and the man
ate his fill of them.
"Now," Baid the boaster, "I will
bring in my partner," and he
called in an old sow.
FOR SAI.K Full PoUi'l
riilim l..ar ami a ( gilu, hrd.
Cha. llift. IndrpmiUnce. 10-7
HOKfRH FOR Three work
hurr, wright 1500 pouuda;
thrN tillio, two rlif;i eud
one Iwo-yeer old. Knquir of
Juhit Siuton, Iiidrpudruc. U-VH
WASTED 10 tons of c kkI baled,
bar. delivered at Ro hop yard
Address A. J. Whittaker, Inde
FOR SALE. Steam wood eaw, 5-
horee power enclue. 6-borie
power boiler. A feed bargain,
tarn Muhlmaa, Ioependeaoe,
FOR SALE Single Comb Rrowo
Leghorn Cockrele. from imported
stock, 1 duller each. O M. Hen-
ford. IndrpeDdeoce. 10-4
FOR RENT A 40-acre bop ranch
for a term of one to three year
ilouee and barn on place. Land
for hay with place. Enquiie at
WANTED To rent a small ranch
of 50 or 60 acree, furnished on
shares. Experienced in dairying,
farming and care of flock. Ad
drece W. II. Dickens, Indopen
FURNISUED ROOMS Three fur
nishe4 rooms for gentlemen, at
my residence on C street. In
quire of lire. L. L. Whiteaker.
EOR SALE California Medicated
8oap, good for sores, chapped
heads etc. Bold by Mrs. J. W.
Richardson, Sr., Monmouth St.
MEN WASTED Saw mill and
lumber yard laborers $2.25 per
day. Woodsmen $2 25 to 13.00.
Steady work. Apply to Booth
Kelly Lumber Co., Eugene, Ore
gon. FOR SALE Two sets of double
work harness. Enquire at Dick
inson's livery stable.
CARPET WEAVING J. J. Boler,
south of the Motor line Indepen
dence, is prepared to weave your
carpet. Call on or address him
FOR SALE Jereey cow young
and fresh. Enquire of J. L.
Caron, Monmouth, Ore.
EGGS FOR SALE Single comb
white leghorn. Per setting 11.50
or two settings $2 50. Address
G. G. Hewitt, Monmouth. 5-6
FOR SALE A good wanon, team
and harness cheap. Enquire at
J. O. Davidson farm one mile
northwest of Parker Station.
SHORT HORN BULL Good
short horn bull at Jones' feed
Stable. Service $1.
FOR FARM PRODUCE
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G L Hawkins
&lotionirnn end Head
ttonei I f uetery
and Hitching Shed
Jones Big New Barn
Teama 10c, 8dille Horn 6
Kigt ae well ae team Jkept In
the dry. Hore boarded Iby
day, week or month.
J. N. JONES, mw
The Very Best Work and Material
AT THE MOST REASONABLE PR CES
Filtlngt 73c up
Cfwni $4 up extracting JOc"j
Extrmctlng With Jonnoform Cat $1.30
A Hi Tlate wile beet leeth ff)
anil AlueilnemllBiagouljr ell
A Plate with Uwt teetti
u4 liolJ lining only
9t mltm all mark.
HOMER LODGE No. 4. K of P
Meelii every Wed. night
In Mitchell Hall.
K. N, JOHNSON, C, C.
W. Uicbardaon. K. of.U au.l H.
Most Important yk
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Notice to Creditors
In the County Court of the State of
Orauoo, for Polk county, iu the matter
of the estate of Hiram D. Foster, de
ceased. Notice la hereby given that B.
F.Jones baa been appointed by the
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by the negative thing and ! M adminlstrator of the estate of Hiram
suffer the nobler admirations of
one's life to be shadowed by the
feelings of antagonism against
things is to follow a path lead
ing into the fogs.
"Bo glad of life because it
gives you the chance to love,
and to work, and to play,"and to j
D. Foster, deceased. All persons hav
ing claims ataint't said estate, are here
by requested to present their claims Even cholera infantum Is cured by it,
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ream being ae
lured for tha pur
pose by the wse
volume lupflied tar
the manufacture ef
Hazelwood Butter t I
or other animal r
chemical compound of
any character ilia HaxeU
wood Ice Cream, in rich '
neat and tmoothneat being
due to the actual richncaa of
the cream of which if a)
manufactured. Only pore
fruit, vegetable or out Baen
are uaed in coloring or tlaroriBg
B. F. J 0 N E S
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Office upetaire in Cooper Block
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Mrs. May Bowden-Babbitt
Miss Florence Bowden
State Normal School, MONMOUTH.
Cooper Building.. INDEPENDENCE.
In the runninf'of a bakery is deanltnesf,
Yoo will find'everythtntr icropolooily dean at the
Fresh Bread baked every day. Every loaf marked with th initial "J. R."
See that you get the J. R.fbread. Cookies w'a!:uU 1 1 1 r::iil
For Baleby P. M. Kirkland
. WAS A VERT SICK BOY
But Cured by Chamberlain's Col
ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
"When ruy boy was two years old
he had a very severe attack of bowel
complaint, but by the use of Chamber
lain's Collo, Cholera and Diarrhoea
.Remedy we brought him out all
right," says Maggie flickox, of Mid
land, Mich. This remedy can be de
pended upon In the most severe cases.
Lleensed Embalmer and Funeral
Offlee Phone 354; Residence Phone.351
INDEPENDENCE - - OREGON
Mill Co. .
General Warehouse and milling busi
ness. Highest cash prioe paid for all
grains; also grain taken on storage.
F. C. M'REYNOLDS
Independence and Buena Vista Ware
Our Watch stock is targe,
tvslt selected, and sold at
a close margin, from $1
up. Call and See Us.
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duly venhed as by Jaw required wnn-FoUcw thB pUm pnnted directions
in six months from the date hereof at. Mn(1 ft .... ertain. For 8aie .T p
my office In Independence, Polk coun
ty, Oregon. B. F. Jones,
Administrator of the estate of Hiram
D. Foster, deceased.
Dated Sept. the 5th, 1906.
M. Kirkland, the druggist.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on acceunt of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar many Imitations are offered
for the genuine. These worthless Imi
tations have similar sounding names.
Beware of them. The genuine Folej's
Honey and Tar is In a yellow package.
Ask for it and refuse any substitute
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Wc are one of
the largest users
of Rock Oak
in the World.
Brand hoes are
just as superior.
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Salem, Independence Monnioiith
j Leaves Independence daily frnm
i Little Palatm Hotel ut S a. m.; re
It is the beet remedy for coughs and tarniug leaves JSaleni Club Stables
colds. Sold by P.O. Dove, drugg'st. , 3 p ffom Indel)en()t;n.
ce 50c from Monmouth 75c.
John Calhhan, Prop.
I hereby announce to the puhlio
t int I will start up a stage line
bet ween Independence and rialetn
immediately after the river boats
stop for the sum nier. I will do a
genera! pastener and freight busi
ness. Frank Russell.