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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1908)
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Subscription. $1.50 Per Year
COLXTT ELPIELICAV TICKET.
For Joint Kcprvwutntive
It. F. JONEs
C. L. II AW LEY
F.l. F. COAH
F. II. MlrHWTT
For Cl. rk
K. M. SMITH
C. S. GRAVES
1. 1. STOUFFEK
WM. KID DELL
B. F. BEEZLEY
K. E. CHAPMAN
For United States Senator
GEO. E. CHAMBERLAIN,
For Representative in Congress
J. J. WHITNEY,
W. I). HENRY,
For County Judge
J. E. SIBLEY,
FRED S. CROWLEY,
J. M. GRANT,
For School Superintendent
W. I. REYNOLDS,
There is a movement on foot,
says the Dallas Itemizer, in the
state of Oregon to hold up the
small apportionment for armor
ies for proper training of hun
dreds of national guardsmen in
the state. This news Captain
Hobson received with surprise.
A loost for the armory bill:
Jj.ui it Hjiniii referred to with
it tij,' war fund mid I.OUO.IHH)
tut u armrd. trained and pre jnrrd
for what? It i the duty of
evert' Mute to facilitate tlif train-
ni titurin Hi military duty,
and one of the things the U tter
let lart-a are prmorit ow ned hy
the state. -Albany I'etnocrat.
Fred S. Crowley, the democratic
candiilnte for the office, of county
clerk, is a graduate of the State Nor
mal School at Monmouth. For the
past two yearn he has Invu prine!ml
nI the ruiin i iiy IUkU tvnoi. lie is
a randoti of S. K. Crowley of Rick
reall. S. K. Crowley is a pioneer of
The particular fitness of Mr. Crow
ley for the office of county clerk is
not excelled hy any man in the
county, oiii) to his th ntih educa
tion, receive I from the normal ihool
and his higher connection us teacher
n t lie public school w ork. .s a ree
ommentlation l.e has it to his credit
that he has succeeded himself in every
position to which he has !een chosen.
This is the first time that he has
asked suffrage of his home county for
a public office. He is a man of twen-
v-four venr. of ace and has the confi
dence of men of all jK.iions in life.
Mr. Crowley was particularly prom
inent in iithletics during his schooling
at Monmouth. He played center on
the basket hall team, l!XV-5, and was
prominent in both base ball and foot
hall, having leen manager of the base
ball team in VMM.
duerent his im-ix hii.liM in trut
and confidence. It U a pul.li.b.-l
(act, while (ilit.iij 1 1. t ti.eiv i.f'
ttoueot ('miiuiioit Iimiim , In it tin
( la. iiiri.f 'kiMLiii( !ili" !
cuts is lint only roinmoii but gem-rat
among (nut and produce iiiiiitniiiii
lioitae. The common llielli.kl of hi
practice is to rvi.rt to the conigi. r
that Ins ahipittent hate arrived "in
)ad condition," and have had to !
eldlisl aUmt the street at a much
redueed It tire, while a a matter of
fact the nhipmeut arrived in good con
ditioti and was mid at a profit. In
other word the commission turn-hunt
pays the liiper jiift what he ptcitM-
a pittance of what is really due
him and ockets the balance. This
infamous practice is not a mere occa
sional slip from the path of honor in
the big market street; it is a well de
lined system of kighwaymanry.
The question now comes, w ill Mr.
Robinson s new union do away with I Altering Olid 1 rniOilelilij; a
these objivt ions All we will say is jMU'chtltv
hraftg, i'laiiK and Intimate
Dr. J.L". Calloway .
(.radial. i( Ids Aiiii'il' sn i limit
lit Oniw,tiv. Kllk'Vllie, Mm,
iiit.ler lr. A. T. Mill. Imiiiil-
VI of I tit fc lrii.e,
CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIAL! Y
PSonT9t RoomtlT 4-6
fejr r vnr kinrkirr nor
in wcerbUMbn vbi wr.w
C. Purvine & Son
that it seems to us worthy of consid
HOME TELEPHONE CO.
OK INDEPENDENCE j
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llllli Hull iUlli.4 b . .1, I.tll 4 luM illalamv
Will iliaUll teh ph. Hit Without t) iug )iHI W it h Colli rait
! II His fHtlyt U em HH'nlirir ton nrfU imH ie ir(-li !
Ai iIimhI I.ii .iim II, ali i lr U. I.iu 4 nl.iriiiil.."i i
j lltviti 'liviluls Tlirr Hislie ""N'I ' '
I W. L. BICE Manner
Mr. Crowley, like the majority of
the residents of Polk county does not
believe it is for the best interests of
the county to give more than two
terms to an official. It is for that
reason that he has consented to have
his name apjiear on the ballots in op
position to Mr. Smith.
The Worlit'a Iteat Clininte.
! not entirely fret from dn-easea
the high elevaUoua ievi-rs pre
while on the lower levela malaria
encounter! to a greater or les-extent,
aecord'Ms to the ultlnul. To over
come Ciimaie airi'clioiiK ln"ltnje, 111a
Isris, jaiuiiliiv, liiliuiiner, fever and
airue, and gei.eul ! I i I y , the most
sllVctive remeilv l Kl'-ctrie Hitters,
tlii great alterative and blood purifier;
the antidote for every' form of bodily
weaknes. ef rvousiieiM, and Insoinnis.
SolJ ui.der guarantee at all druggists
Independence, - Or
I'.uMerl- e u t Ki'ufral innson wuih
KlotiH, llnrl. nu t 'ouerete wolk.
IM'H'I-.MKN E, OH.
Kfliiin.il. ui in i.l.i J fiee oil iiliia
rttonc Main Z'J
MR. CAKE WILL
WIN THE FIGHT
It Reached the Spot.
Mr E Humphrey, who iis a lnrife
general store at Omega, and is pres
ideDt of the Adams County Telephone
Co., aa well as of ibe Home Telephone
Co, of Pike county, 0., says of Pi
King's New Discovery. "It saved my
life once. At least I think it did. t
seemed to reach the spot the very seat
of my cough when everything else
failed." Dr. King's New Discovery
not only reaches, the cough spot; it
heals the sore spots and the weak spots
in throat, long and chest. Sold under
guarantee at all druggists. 50c. and
$1.00. Trial bottle free.
NOTICi: OF 8KTTI.KtllC.vr.
Ill tliecoiiniy conrl nf Hie stats of Orrou
fur Ihmiiuuljr nf I'ulk. In I lie nillrof Ihr
ratals of Charlea a. HM twin, ilwawit. .
Nolle Is herrby ivin llinl.N. Mlilni.
ailmlnlstratrlx of I lie ralats of I'liurlra A.
MalllMin. iliifaai-il. ha n-ntlnnl mil rt
Willi (t fur srlllrnient, anil nliil In wilil nmrl
hsr lliiuliolal nivolint of lu-r o1 ;n I 1 1 ! rul ! n
ofiutlil miitle, ami that t-i'ltm', H,.. Ath liny
of June, at 10 n'rtiH'k a. 111. at the puiiuty
court nKiin of said ronrt tii lbs rtty of Pallaa,
folk ciiiiuly, (mfiii, lisa Imh-h spliiUil by
tlir Judas nf aald rourl for tlis ai'UU-nisul of
aalil ai-"iiu t, al I1I1I1 limit and lilacs any
wrifn InlorvnliMl tn aiild mIhis niny si)iir
anil ni pxertliuia In wrlllug loauiil araiuul
anil eonti-at 1 he aamc.
1. H. MATTlON,
Ailiiilnl.initrlx of llir eaiats of
lima. A. MalllKull. dwaaavd.
If. M. Tnke, candidate for the
United States Senate, was in Indepen
dence Saturday. He spent an hour
in conference w ith some of the lending
citizens here. In every part of the I n. p. JunKh. attorney.
state he is meeting with assurances
of republican success, and it is now a
foregone conclusion that he will sweep
the state with victory for the repub
In the election of Mr. Cake the
state of Oregon will sound the clarion
i f national republican victory. As all
eyes will be turned upon Oregon in
her election in June it is essential
that his majority be made overwhelm
ing for the influence it will have on
doubtful states of the union. Cake is AND
a great man and the people of the 1 3 TKAIN8 FROM F0BTLANU DAILY
state of Oregon are beginning to real- Through Pullman standard and tonr
ize: the inmortiiiice of sending such a ist sleeUinsf eara dally to Omaha, till
mn to th TTnin.,1 Htat. Spnnrp Mf. Spokane, tourisl sleeping-car daily
TO TAKK 1'IUTUKES
Call and lut u explain the new ryileui,
CRAVEN (& MOORE
I M D K I' KN D KNCE, OltKtJO N
to Kausas City; through
ist sleeping ears (persom
There Is more i;rrh Id this section oil weekly to Chicauo and
ist sleeping ears (personally uonducted)
weekly to Uhicaito and Asusas tJity;
the country than til other eouotiiesput to-1 reclininur chair cars (seats free) to th
To be held in
Portland, Oregon, June Ist to 6lh, 1908
will be the most brilliant FLORAL FIKSTA and CIVIC Jl'IULKK
1 ever licld it. the Pacific Northwest
Portland, "The Hose City," will be a ace no of splendor and the center
of world-wide interest for one week.
Several important conventions to be held in Portland on that occasion.
The SOUTHERN PACIFIC Co.
will sell 8ecial tickets on that occasion from Independence to Port
land and return at f 2. (50. Bale dates June 1st, 3d and fth. For par
ticulars call on
General Passenger Agent,
E. A. Wilcox,
6-4 Local Agent.
The candidacy of C. L. Hawley for
representative on the republican tick-
He said there was no investment et in Polk county " meeting with
which the people could possibly genef faor tJrrouf h?ut the enire
make that would give so large without opp08ition wa8 a Bource 0f
a return in due time. Trained much gratification to the voters of
citizen soldiers constitute our Polk county and especially to those
great hope, he said, since the who are directly interested in the
policy of the country is to keep pu,DUC 8cnoo,s; "awlef 18 n,ot
a mere handful of a regular of flne Btook but n0 other
army. 1 nope the people of in this county has taken a more act
Oregon will not be so short ive interest in the welfare of the pub
sighted or SO neglectful of their lic schools than he. One of the first
duty to the nation as to vote and most enthu8ia8tic promoters of
gether, and until trie laat few years was sup
posed to be incurable. Kor a graat many
years doctors prouou need u a xoeal disease
and prescribed local remedies, and by oon
tantly (klllng to on re with local treatments
pronounced It Incurable. Hclenoe has prov
en catarrh to be a aonatllutlonal disease aud
therefore requires censlutlonal treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by f . J.
Cheney 4 Oo Toledo, Ohio, Is the constat!-
ttonal cure ou the market. It Is taken In
ternally in doses from 10 drops to a tuaspooa-
iul. It acts directly on the blood and rauous
surfaces of the system. They oiler one
70 hs3Ssr lOlTke
WEAK KIDNEYS MAKE WEAK
iuui t ikti'iuiai- -
You can not help but liko the
idea of the Original package
hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Kidney Disease Cause Half the tea. It comes to you straight
Bend for circulars and testimonials. Commoo Acbes and Ills of I from the Dlantation. The Dttck-
Address: F.J CHENEY k CO., Toledo, Iort.n.!.1me fnnli. ... ... K hanAaA
ni.i. r I - - '
Sold by DruKKuu,7ic As one weak link weakens chain, so or Persons enrouie rrom untna, soDject to all sorts ot exposure, yet the content
Take Hall's Family nils far constipation. weak kidneys weaken the whole body re fre8n cleRn "nd PUM" This is one reason for the great popularity of Chase
I ....... 1 At RanKArn'l flrtiytnal Panlranra Tua Tha laul noA.an. liamaliAatttf aaal.l ..
and hasten the final breaking-down, " -b- t ..... ...,........
n.r-nrk strains oolrt. and other tainB the ful1 ''"ength, flavor and aroma. It Is the Identical tea of China or
The battleship fleet of the United anaBa in)nr. th klilnevs and whn India, as they drink it here. Get a package of this high grade tea of F, 8. Wilson
States which has just completed the their activity is lessened tbe whole body "I you will find it to be the best and the most economical tea you ever used,
memorable cruise around the Horn suffers from the excess of uric poison F. S WILSON, General Merchandise
down a measure of that kind at
the Polk county School Children's In
their June election,'
dustrial Fair. Mr. Hawlev has rarrid
added I nj8 theory into practice by earnestly
advocating and assisting in the adop
tion of the studv of elementary aeri-
One of the most despicable culture by the children of the state.
arguments that could be hatched As president of the Polk county School
up against H. M. Cake is the Officer's Association, Mr. Hawley has
argument that he does not favor Bpent much time "J his endeavor to
statement Ho. 1. There is not
elevate the standard . of public school
a candidate who has been more with the
position of representative
statement No. 1 he may be relied upon to vote honest-
than Mr. Cake. Little argument lv and intelligently in all matters and
is thflrn in it nomino- from th ove all his works in the interests of
& - -"V I . .
i .,- , . wur kiuuuu ami svuooi cmiuren will
UST wucu ""poaP'w reflect credit u himgelf and h
it so well that he favors this county he represents. Falls City
platform. It is the platform News
which did more for his nnmi.
nation than anything else. EIIM MM.
A good man he must be when I John L. Bobinson of Monmouth is
the opposition is compelled to now orBnizin8 Farmers' Marketing
resort to falsehood for argument ... . . "
I This flp-o.n ra.Ua to mind tha nM
to work against nis election. commission house to which the pro-
will be on Puget Sound from about circulated in the blood.
May 21 to May 30. To give people of Acbes and pains and languor and
Oregon an opportunity to witness the urinary ills come, and thers) is an ever
maneuvers and inspect the fleet round increasing tendency towards diabetes
t,;n nta fl0t ... t ,-n and fatal Bright' disease. There is no
be on sale from Independence to 8e- e'1 help fr tl" 'T6T "ept kid"ey
attle May 21 and 22d at flO.10. To , .A r
, , ; ' , Doan's Kidney Pills act direetly on
u,m ouu at p.", the kidneys and cure every kidney ill
limited to fourteen days from date of independence cures are tne proof.'
sale, cmidren will be charged ha.f Mrs. J. Callahan, living in Indepen
fare. 5-21 dence. Ore., savs : "I suffered for a loDir
time from what the doctors said was a
Ciflle Palace Hotel
Chronic Constipation Cured.
One who suffers frem chronic consti
pation is in danger of many serious
ailments. Foley's Orino Laxative
cures chronic constipation as It aids
digestion and stimulate tbe liver and
bowels restoring tbe natural action of
these organs. Commence taking it
today and you will feel better at once.
Foley's Orino Laxative does not nause
ate or gripe and is pleasant to take.
Refuse substitutes. Dove & Williams.
Colds That Hang on.
severe case of kidney trouble.I bad pains
in ray back and sides and never seemed
to get relief. I was told that an opera
tion was the only thing that would re
lieve the trouble. Seeing Doan's Kid
ney fill so nignly advertised, l pro
cured a box at P. M. Kirkland's Drug
Store and began their use. I had only
used then a short time when I became I
entirely cured. My health is now good
in every war and I give Doan's Kidney
Pills tbe credit."
T. UI. Crtanor, Proprietor
aislAA sksBBsfi atssaisBi
arefKHv Sttwftd DMes.
Special TfttcnfloB to Ccnacrctol CratK
LiO"w Rates East
So SOUTHERN PACIFIC
(. in Origon) From INDEPENDENCE, ORE., at follows
BOTH WAYS ,
ON a WAT
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cants.
1Tiat.Afi1hnrii C.n TtnlTialn W.aa Vnrk
11 rial tUt t..n n i . 1. - l-" . ., ' - UldUrO ,
m mo apring ,. .. fx. k TT-.lt.i4 fit.... I u, !!.
aepiete tne system, exnaust tne neryes .m.mk.r .i,. ..n.Tw.'.j Bt. Paul.
and open the way for serious illness. Omaha..
Take Foley's Honey and Tar. Til"" Kansas City.
quickly stops tha ceugh and expels the Inaiat upon De Wilt's Witeh Hazel Tickets will be Oil sale May 4, 18; June 5, 6, 19, 20: July
cold, it is safe and certain ia result, e.iv. tw. .r. .i,haHi,,L hut k. I O. 7. 22. 23: JtUSCUSt 6. 7. 21. 23
is only on.original.lt Is healing, '"KuZ&fUfEK' mt t"-"
oonting ana ia especially gooii wr piles. g any further iDforsnatloa oall on O. A. WI LCOX. Local Agent.
oia Dy vow a. niuiami. i ur write wm. jucMiifiaAi, u. f. A., fwriWua, Ore.
Dove & Williams.
Vote for W. I. Reynolds.