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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1908)
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Fr JiMul K.-prvaentativa
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C. L, HAW LEY
KI. F. CO AD
F. II. Ml'CATT
C. H. O HAVES
D. P. STOIFFEU
B. F. UEEZLEY
" R. E. CHAPMAN
For United States Senator
(iEO. E. CHAMBERLAIN,
Fr IU-pnwntative in Congress
J. J. WHITNEY,
For County Judge
J. E. SIBLEY,
' alj:x holmes,
FRED 8. CROWLEY,
Falls City .
J. M. GRANT,
, For School Superintendent
I-':' 1, W. I. REYNOLDS,
i For Treasurer
. . ED DUNN, ,
... Dallas ' ' 1 -
LUTHER GROUND '
A good way to help in build
ing up Independence is to pat
v..t,ijs advertisers of your borne
,ir. They are really public
l:r:ed merchants. A nrm
which wilJ jiot.adyertise . usually
does not -offer the bargains
which are to be, secured, :rpm
broad, liberal .lealers. Try
this method-' and see if it does
not win. Li. ' rtPr the adver
tisements of the Eti'erprise and
you wjllfi ixl eiiais , as good as
any iu large vhxps.', . .
WOMAN SUFFRAGE OSCE
The woman suffrage amendment is
nnmfi before the people ' of Oregon
for the fourth time on election day.
Whv should it be necessary to vote
upon the question' every two years?
The suffragists kniwas do all women,
that when the majority ol women
want a thine done, that thing will De
done. Then why have they for years
been besieging legislators, presenting
t,ir.i"ons. working, arguing and, lately,
fighting for their "rights," as they
call ihemt -Because a majority- of
women are not behind the movement.
This is not a man's question; it is
a woman's question. Let the women
of the state decide that they want a
vnt before vou force it upon them.
Consult the women you know and
mm thev wish on this matter, but
vote, or the measure may slip through
Kv fh inattention of voters or , the
carelessness which will follow the
large number of propositions suo-
,;, I .and For sale in 5, 10. 15
and 30 acre. No. 1 land, prices
right, jrvxl lmi,-mw
roi mm wrnrn
Hit uf ll.O lllil llbl lllell ver
nominated in Polk comity for th til
th t( ctmntv treasurer is Pan P.
StounVr, Ih Republican candidate in
the j.rvsent coiit-t ! tuat olllco.
He is a man of fine clerical aimiiy.
and sn cirt iHH.kkwifr ami ac
countant ho h no ujerior in the
county, Mr. Stouffer was city auditor
of Pallas for mny years and hi oi
flce record ! account book were
iiuhM of iientm and accuracy,
norma all tif the year he filial that
Alii.., n.it on cent v. a Unit by the
city through error orcareleasne, and
when the imiHirUnt suit was brought
to condemn a right-of-way for the
waterworks t'ii line, the auditors
record, which had lecn strongly at-
u.kMl l.v the oiMHwing counsel, were
found to comply with legal require-
nient in every Particular, and H was
these iwrfectly kept books that aided
lari!.'lv in the brilliant victories in
both the Circuit and Supreme courts.
Owing to his physical misfortunes,
Mr. ftmiffer will not 1 able to make
a canvami of the county and will prob
ably be able to vinit only those local-
Hies that can 1 reached by train.
This disadvantage will not cost him
any votes, however, as he is well
known in every precinct in the
county, and .his friends everywhere
are royally working in his behalf. o
voter will make a mis'ake when he
marks his ballot for Mr. Stouffer for
the iinjort.tnt office of County Treus-un-r.
Editorial from Polk County
Olwervcr, May 5, l'.KW.
E H. Botrert and family accom
panied by Mrs. C.roversient Friday in
the capital city.
Seth Riggs and sister of Rickreall
spent Friday here.
HarrvStine is working in the Riggs
grocery store this week duriug the
absence of Mr. Riggs on account of
Mrs. Georite Adkins of Salem is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank
Laughary who lives south of town.
Vole for Ed F. Coad republican
candidate for county judge. Mark
X on ballot opposite 34.
Mix F.rma Hall came " up from
Portland and spent Sunday with rel
atives here. . . .
p. E. Chase and Willis Butler at
tended I. 0. O. F. grand lodge n
Salem last week.
TTn-le Ira'F. M. Butler celebrated
his ninety-sixth birthday on Wed
nesday May 25th, a large number of
hiirnld friends being present to express
congratulations and good wishes.
Miss Neta -Waller "of Philomath is
visiting relatives and friends here.
Misses Lorft" Craven.. and Blanche
Afnlkev attended the closing of the
Perrydale school last week" where the
former assisted: "with ' two vocal
numhecsi -,. . .'
Miss Ooal Boothbn entertained the
Golden Rod Club on Friday afternoon.
" MiKs Haiiae bawley was the guest
of Mrs. Chas Teats in Dallas Saturday
Tn Bntlfir returned from Baker
City and says' the valley -is the only
place for him. , '. . '. .
H. 8. Portwood - was: down from
Airlie the last of the week..
FOR COUNTY CLERK
VUKD S. ('ROWLEY. Democratic
candidate for Oumy . ier.
Tan terms and no more.
For County School
it n REVMntrif. Rennbheau candi
date for County r-liool tirlntendeiit.
l- for th nnliiilMlr.ir 'and
tdvaiieeiiient of tha llblic n-lioiU of
It Keacbd the Spot.
Mr TC HuuiDbrev. who owns a large
general atore at Omega, and is pres
ident of the Adams County xeiepnone
i wll as of the Home Telephdne
Co.,. of Pine county, O., says of Dr.
iriWa New Discovery. "It aavea my
Ufa once. At least I think it did. it
seemed to reach the spot the very seat
of my cough when everything else
Dr. Kine'e New Discovery
. raaohM .the COUffh SDOt', it
heals the sore spots ana tne weaa spow
in thmat. Inn's and chest. Sold tinder
guaraatee at all druggists. ' 60c. and
$1.00. Trial bottle tree.
Lois Margaret Iliff was born Oc
r 1902. in Normal, Illinois
When she was two months old her
parents came to Independence, Oregon,
which has since ' been their . home.
Lois had until her last illness been so
well and active, most of her waking
hours were spent out of doors among
the flowers and animals that sne
loved so well.
I. The cause of death is not known,
but it is believed-, ifc. was from . an
1. it ir a tilknt at
for tha manufacture ol their
for water, oil. gas, etc., etc.
..(...In amount of
J 11 . - - -
money will in
a jrofiub buaine-.
have bn proved by
rmnrimve TcM to b
ThTlW-X In 1 hoWorUL
For full particulars reard.
In welt drilling mathinea.
: . ..i... bic.. writs to
M STAR DRILLIN3 MACHINE CO.
Dr. J,L. Calloway
(irdiiat f the Amem-sit S html
ol l-l'jaihv. kiranvllle, Mo,
muter Dr. A, T. mH. found
er of tlia t'iem.
CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY
191 Roosii;r 4- 8
C. Purvine & Son
Altering and Ivemoileling a
praftn, riati8 anJ Estimates
Independence, - Or.
Plastering and gentral umsoa work.
Klone, Krii-k and Conerete work.
Estimates furnished free on applica
affection ol the brain. She did not
suffer at death. Hhe entered eternity
and the anifel puradinB in lH'iioeful
sleen Mav 23. 11K)H. At her death
Lois was five years and seven months
The funeral service were held from
the family home in this city Monday
afternoon at 1:30, Rev. Chase ofheiat
inir. A few well chosen words were
spoken. There were many beautiful
floral tributes. The funeral was large
ly attended by friends aud neighbors
of the family.
ti,. 1. mors d'.trrb Id ihls section nl
... rv than mother couDtrltK put to
gether, and until tae last few years wan sup-
i ho nrurab e. For a Kr.uv mu j
. ,iinH nmnnunMul It a .Oeal 'dllKVIM
and prescribed local reniedle. and by con
stantly tailing to cure wiin i oca i ununn"
pronounced It Incurable. Hclence naa pro v.
en catarrh to be a oonitltutlonal d Ucbm aud
r. naiiitinnul trpiiiment.
Xlicrttiurw i 1 11 1 ' ' - .
Hall'i CaUrrh Cure, maaufactred by t. 3.
Cheney a o.. Toledo, Ohio, Is tua coastuii
tlonal cure on the market. It la taken la
..iiv m ! rrom 10 drous to a ti aspooa
tul. It a-u directly on the blood and mucus
nurfaceii of the system. . They offer one
hundred dollar for any cans it falls to cure.
Bend for circular" and testimonials.
Address: F. J. CHENEY 4 CU., TOieao,
Ohla. .. -. -
Bold by Druggists, 7ic.
Taks Hall's Family PIUs for constipation.
Lettie Fishback who has been train-
ine hops for Arch Meyer of Rickreall,
visited, her parents, Mr. an4 Mrs.
J. L. Fishback Thursday. .
Eb Marks and wife of Black Rock
were in this vicinity Monday. r-
A number from here; attended; the
Falls City picnic.
Fay Shipley, who has been working
for Jay Ppweft-iiieas Mon month' via-
ted, her partmts Mr..na airs.
Shipley Sunday... ... . '
The cherry crop in this vicinity
looks very promising. ,
Tote for Ed F.' Coad . republican
Candidate for county judge. -Mark
X on' ballot opposite 34. 'V.V
Jesse Johnson of Nebraska ; arrived
home Tuesday Where he will -stay'with
his ..parents Mr." and Mrs. Lafayette
Johnson. ' ' . ' - , .
Jess Gardner of Monmouth was
seen in our midst Wednesday, ,.. ,.
Chronic Constipatioa ;ur"ed.
One who suffers from chronic consti
pation is in danger of maay serious
oiirr,ont Folev'a ' Orino Laxative
cures chrpnlo copstipation as It aids
and ai-.imiiiatas tna uver ana
UlKCDUVll " , . Z , ,'
bowels. restQiltig' the natural action of
these organs. Commence- taking it
today and yon will feel better at bi.ee.
Foley's Orino Laxative does not' nause
ate or .gripe and . is pleasant to ,take.
Refuse substitutes. Dove & Williams.
1 Tbe World's Beat Climate
Is not entirely free from diseases, on
th high elevations fevers prevail,
while on 'thei lower level malaria is
encountered to a greater or lea extent,
according to tha altitude.- To over
come climate affections lassitude,' ma
laria, jaundice, biliousness, fever, and
agae, and general . debility,. Jhe ot
effective remedy is Electric Bitter,
tha great alterative and blood purifier;
the antidote for every form of .bodily
weakness, nervoasnesa, and Insomnia.
Sold under guarantee at all druggUU.
PricaMo - -
NOTICB OF RirTTMJvIENT.
In thecouiu v ciurtof Ilia lt of Orrou
for the county of Polk, In the matter oi in
e stale of Charlrs . Natllson. droeawd.
N..M. la hm-bv sivt-n IhatN.H Mattlson,
a.lmlnlslralrls of Hie twlale of Charles A.
Malllson. deceased. li" rendcicd and r-M-nid
for setUement, and tiled In said court
h.r Kiunckl account of her administration
of sal J estate, and that Krlday, IU lh dy
of June, 1W1H, at 10 o'clock a. in. at Hie comnj
court room of said court In the city of Hallss,
Polk county, Oregon, has lieen appolnu-d by
Hie Judge of snld court for the sell lenient of
..i.l imninL at which time "d place any
person tutrrwll In said clie iny appear
and file exceptions In writing to sum w
and contest the sains.
N, H. MATTIMU.-v,
Aduilnlslratrlx of the tale of
Chas. . MatUxon. daeeased.
II. r. JOS KM. al Uirncy .
Uo LjSo l Mo
AND Union Pacific
TRAINS FROM PORTLAND DAILY
Through Pullman standard sad tour-
i. .1.1,.. ora dailv ta Omaha. Cbl
eago, Spokane, tourist sleeping-car dally
to K.nxas IUt; uitouku ruumi.
-1 !. M wm fnarsnnall nOndnCteXll
weekly to Chicago and Kansas Citv;
reclining cuair cars
7fl Portland to Chicago 7Q
IV , ... N cnang of car , w
WEAK KIDNEYS MAKE WEAK
HOME TELEPHONE CO.
Is llisiallln IH laid tnu.lel r..mnia llly J "'
tv -rlr nnivt wrMM, "! I"f "i""".
Will Install telephone withmit lying you with contract
If lbs service Is nt iIUfel"r Jrou need no! keep llie lelephoue
Are plesa Hie ' ' '-" llr'llo.
He Ihsin ft srhsdute (They aisss Bo smmiII mle )
W. L. DICE, Marwger
Kidney DUeiwu Cnso Half tbe
i : Common Acbes aua ins oi
: Indejudenco People.
As on wk link weaken a chain, so
weak kidney weaken tha whole body
..ta K..un ill final braakinK-down.
RUU www- .
'Overwork, tralo; cold and other
cause lofura the kidneys, and when
their activity I lessened the whole body
uffera frbto the exeas of uric; poison
circulated io the blood. . ,
a .mi Tiaina and lancuor and
urinary ill eome, and there I an ever-
inereasing tendency towaro aiaoetes
and fatal Bright' disease. There la o
real help for the offerer except iany
Doan' Kidnley Pill set directly on
the kidney and cur every aianey in
Independeno cure are tne proof.
. u.. t rvttahan. livina in Indepen
deneei Ore., aay : "I miffered for along
n. unm what tha doctor aid was a
severe case of kidney trouble.I bad pains
. - a . J
In my back and sides ana never teemeu
to get relief, I wa told that an opera,
tioa wa the only thing that would re
it.... thm trnubla. Seeine Doan's Kid
... Piiu ma- hlo-hlv advertised, I pro.
cared a box at P. M. Kirkland' Drug
e,.. .a hMin their use. I had only
used than short time when I became
entirely curad. My health 1 now good
in every way and I give Doan Kidney
Pills tbe eradit."
r. aoi v.. all dealer. Price 60 cents.
Fotter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
aols agent for the Unltea aiawa.
p.mambar tha name Doan's and
use no other.
D Witt' Witch Haael
Salve. There are obstltut, but there
i only on original, it is neaung,
. 3t . 1
oohtlog ana iaepecutwjr ow iw
Bold oy JJOVa iMuwa.
"Gordon'9 is the name.
All the latest Styles In Hat Wear
to be found at our store.
With each purchase of Hat
we will give FREE your choice
of one of our neckties. This of
fer good only for four days, May
27, 28, 29 and 30th at
" KRAMER the Jeweler "
Chas. HornbacK, Proprietor
SHORT ORDERS AND REGULAR DINNERS- , MEALS 2H UN 1 5 anu w
MEALS AT ALL HOURS DAY
Hpecial Rates to Regular Hoarder
...a r t - 1 J -. - I
Independence, Oregon -:- Opposite Lime raiace uuici
To be held in
Portland, Oregon, June 1st to 6th, 1908
will be the most brilliant FLOKAL FIESTA and CIVIC JUBILEE
ever held iu the Pacific Northwest
Portland, "The Rose City," will be a set-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.
ticulars call on
6-4 Local Agent.
General Pussonger Agent,
Yon can not help bat liko the
Idea of the Original package
tea. It comes to you straight
from the plantation. Tbe pack
ase mav e nsmimi ...
of persons enroute rrom UDlna, suojeci w an sorw ui """i J" ; .
are fresh, clean and pure. Thi i one reaiwn for the great popularity of Chase
& ganbom's Original Package Te. The lead package, hermetically sealed, re.
Uins tha full strength, flavor ana aroma, it m Nm.v.i., .
. .. . ... i. i tit nok.ia nf this hlirh orrada tea of F. B. Wilson
India as iney urius n ncrv, ... n
and you will find it to bo tbe best and the most economical tea yon ever used..
F. S. WILSON, General nercnanaiae
INDEPtNDENCE, ORE. V ;
Little Palace Hotel
T. Ul. Crwiwr, Proprietor
ercfhlty WW Crtlts. Sptclal flmtto to oirclal Crt4i.
",:.v 1 1
Low Rates East
'bi -SOUTHERN PACIFIC
(Lints In Oregon) From IN EPENDESCE, ORE., a follow
BOTH WAT ON WAT
TO , , TBBOUOH PORTLAND VIA CALIVOKNIA
fihiso . 174.45 : ' fW.
8U Louis...... i
tr - rv(
Tick tts will be on sale May 4,18; Junes, 6, 19, 20; July
"' CmI Mr Mlsni la sll fmmr pr4ttv at slMsrs
- sstMkla llnsMa. mr sla
For any further Information call n Q A, WILCOX, LomI Aga
6r writ WM. McM UB R A Y, Q. laVk ?ft 9e.