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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1908)
100 acres in cultivation, all well
improved with good nine-room
house, barn 36x54, granary 16x
24 and all under fence and cross
fences. Best huv in the country.
Two wells on the place, a spring
in the pasture. Small orchard.
Three miles from Independence.
CHAS. E. HICKS, Agt
Enterprise Office, Independence
(Uc$i Suk Enterprise
.iut, rrkly from iilrM'icl'tii Orr
gou rim. K. IlioWa, I'uliliKlirr nml I'm
"tU'rt't at I:i.peinltMiv, nr.',
o.Vi. e wMMiuli'lit m.n lr
Subsoiipkion. $1.50 Per Year
Om iitiU ty f.iitli in hope of future
Each weary (top a -ritic to God,
Fr tie nlui liohU (lit) hurt cut in lii
llMU Suutitled the ateel iluil
ri'iuU the ihI.
l.llll lir Will Hi SUiiy
Watch I Im kUlni'V rO.'clttma.
I lint they Iidvk lliv amltr lill
The illu'limm-. imt e-vivn or In
CoMi.lii im 'l lii It tiiiKt llkr" !!
ii ir ii I,
Doau'a Kiilnt-y I'ilU w .11 dolhU for
They match i lie kttlnrji mill run1
Uirm when they're ult'k.
Mr, Mr Una iovro, livlnif on Iok
Ciln Ht., Iiiitrpcmlt-np, On., :
1 I aultered fur yara from w Iml doi'ti.m
For every man who loaves khlney complaint. Tlu eere
1 , i iiuiih inuii my Kiuiicyc very irif
tiniti a county licoutiso the ... ., , . .
J itulnr In act luu m il causm! me irreat
county has gone "dry," suya the Limoyaucw. I felt hiimul.l ami tired
Eat Oreuonirtii there will lu h""' fr',l","t "y p,l'. I
two or three new nvl tiers come 7" ru" "w " V?""
mill used no tuaiiv medicine without
iii to stay. J-or every man who ,atlfatory miulta that I did not have
knocks the county hecause of much faith In any remedy. I procured j
the Prohibition vote there will ""'"iM.n.Mj nn..miiWn
. . , , . lining them Their result were very
ho dozens of staunch supporters -,,.,,. r ..nntinuct lining the...
and advocates of the principle and wan completely cured. I have
make emphatic; reply
Jbvery emergency litis its
compensating features. I or
every saloon man who, un for tun
ately, will be forced to leave the
city and county, there will be
doens of excellent people come
in to engage in industries upon
winch the bun of the law is not
Already instances of people
coming here on account of
the prohibition vote are bein
noted. The East Oregon iau
-ii , i ; l i e i slinilly fwlllnir locure Willi truulTiipnla
"III lllttEk rf'llMW 1 1 1 1 hi suv.il
recommended poan'a Kidney I'll In to
many people aulIVrlng from kfduvy
For Sale by all IWIera. 1'rlce M
centM. h iM ter-M I llutrii Co, IIiiIIhIk,
New York 8oln Ajtenlii for the
I'n i ted Htati'H, IliMiiemtier the iiume
Doan'a and line no oilier.
Minn lit-Mi Hutlcr, who linn been
sutToriiig for mime time from an attack
of apjK'inlicitiM, in convuli'dciii);.
Tlirre la more I't'arrh Id t It la iwtlon nl
tliecouniry tlmn illothiT riunlrl put lu-
Ht'llu r, mid until ie lull fi w viHru ui mi f
pMfrt to be Ini'iiranli'. Fur a urent runny
ypiiin diK-toni iriiiiniei1 u a ..iral (IIiu'iohi
mid prwiiTllH'd lut-al reiiietlle, mid ly dill
cases and hopes to be able to
You're bound to make a "hit" where'er
you go, when you know your clothes are
made to fit; and with our marked down
priees you get a first-class tailor made suit
as cheap as you get a hand-me-down.
Come in and look over our samples.
You will need a new suit for the Fourth
of July. Don't wait until it is too late.
Yours for fine clothes,
pronnuii(V(! It tnrtintMe. He I cue hnft pmv-
cn catHrrh to Un a ronHllttillnriHl dttiiMf mid
.... . . . . iiirniiHB injuiirii uniiui ittiim i milllir
puuilsll U list, OI actual Selliers (ln Culiirrh I'un.. iimnurii. trnd by K J.
ivl.n i.nmn liorn l,u,.uiiuu f1H Clion.-y r,,.. Toledo, Ohio, In t ie c.-i-liill.
t Inn u I rtirn on the iimrket. It l lukrn III
COUIlty lias at last been VOted I U-rnnlly indonen from 10 dropn ( t. uxi m.)
i ji r r i i I""- ' uirei'uy on me iikkhi hiiii niui'iii
dry. Many of such people LurrH.,., r tl ,,,. Th(.y f)irr ,,,
lire i-nmilirr I Iipi p j nn rlcill ht I nunuivu uniiurs lor any rune 11 iiiiik to cure
about it They believe in that
principle and they know thut
this is a good county and so
there is every inducement for
them to come.
The ultimate benefits will be
largely in favor of Pendleton
and Umatilla county. There is
no doubt about it.
Si'inl for oliviiluraliil tt-xliinoii IhIm.
Add rem: F. J CHUNKY Of.,
Hold by I)ruKK!t. 7V.
Tnke Hull'ii Fumlly rills for ciinxtlpatlon.
GOOD WELtli OF WATER
to ev-ry fni m.
vVe have hud
; ier in 8.!! our
IfOI Hlji llIKI illllill . '
We me prpu'eil lo ilo M't'er 1 . I oil well drill
ing no. I ail kiirt-i .f pr- kH'oi iim.
Celt-phone fN ' ' IMPENDENCE, OR.
I Independence Billiard Parlor
1 W. J. IQrkland, Proprietor
Confectionery and SmoRers Supplies
The Place to
i fin in i1 I'iiai
Soend a Pleasant
PALACE MEAT MARKET
LONG & CHAMBERLIN, Proprietors.
Ail Kinds of fresh and cured Meats
and fish in season.
It U unlikely that the Enterprise
would have presumed on the invita
tion to the grand festal ball had the
management of the Portland Rose
Carnival been kind enough to have
extended the same to us. There 'was
one thing painfully evident that the
management in dealing out copious
(complimentary) advertising copy to
the papers of the state have not
deemed the matter of sufficient im
portance to merit the usual courtesies.
Most of the editors were there and
they enjoyed their visit to a reasona
ble extent, aforesaid usual courtesies
to the contrary notwithstanding. Do
you suppose that the admen draw
deeper water than the quilldrivers of
Think it Saved His Life.
Lester M. Nelson, of Naples, Maioe
8uyin a recent letter: "I have used
Dr. King's New Discovery many
yeats, for coughs and coIJh, and
think it saved my life. I have found
it a reliable remedy for throat and
lung complaiots, and would no more
be without a bottle than I would be
without food.'' For nearly forty years
New Discovery has stooj at the head
of throat aDd lung remedies. As a
preventive of pneumonia, und healer
of weak lungs it has no equal. Sold
under guarantee at all druggists. 50c
and $1 00. Trial bottle free.
WOOD POK SALK.
Grub oak, large fir, and ash wood,
well seasoned. Leave orders at Ifan
na & Irvine's Hardware store. (J 18
Wm. McClain of Wardner, Idaho,
is visiting at the home of C. W. liutler
ii i; a ; i m - ' 1 1 f i v.V.'.V.V' MY. V.'.' Mi" ".'.'.'.'"".VWKVffNtt WK'.'Ffffffff.'J? 'laud.
Horn in Iowa.
Our fumily were all born and raised
in Iowa, and have used Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy
(made at Des Moines) for years. We
know how eood it is from long exper
ience in the use of it. In fact, when in
El Paso, Texas, the writer's life was
saved by the prompt use of this rem
edy. We are now engaged in the mer
cantile business at Narcooesee, Fla.,
and have introduced the remedy here.
It hag proven very successful and is con
stantly growing in favor. Ennis Bros.
; This remedy is for sale by P. M. Kirk-
is erecting a plant at
for the manufacture of their
for water, oil, gas, etc., etc.
A moderate amount of
money will etart yoa In
a profitable buslneas.
have been proved by
Competitive Tests to be
The Best In The World.
For full particulars regard
ing well drilling machines,
tools, supplies, etc., write to
THE STAR DRILLING MACHINE CO.
IV PORTLAND. OMflOII,
I . akhonVohio.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
t.uiciiU'ii. vjuuumuu nuuuuiUK VUUKO
Fruit Lands For sale in 5. 10. 15
and 20 acres. No. 1 land, price
right, good eas? term, between
Monmouth and Independence
See J. H Moran, Agent 8-5 tf
Plastering and general mason work.
Ktone, Prick and Concrete work.
Estimates furnished free on applica
and union Pacific
3 TRAINS FROM PORTLAND DAILY
Through Pullman standard and tour
ist sleeding ears daily to Omaha, Chi
cago, Spokane, tourist sleeping-car daily
to Kansas Oity; through I'ullman tour
ist sleeping cars (personally uondurted)
weeklv to Chicago and Kansas City;
reclining chair cars (cents free) to tee
hunt, dailv. I
70 PortlandtoRaiicag:o 7(1
I V q change of cars V I
DOVE & WILLIAMS
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Glass
Perfumery and Toilet Articles
Killing I'ii-ierlptioiii a upm lnlty,
Chai. IfornbacK, Proprietor
SHORT ORDERS AND CCGl'LAR DINNERS- MEALS 25 CENTS AND UP
MKALS AT AM IIOUHS DAY
SjKI'illl K.ltl'K til ltcgullir HlMirdlTH
Independence, Oregon -:- Opposite Little Palace Hotel
HOW TO PLEASE OUR
In th inln ohjii-t of all our ellortH. To do I liin n
Iwlirve il ni'iv-Hitr v to handle tint lnt (rood w mil
for tliii price nked, w ml II Uour linn U'llef thst thn
nicrrhalit wlio doe not upprecU e thn pnlnniMifii of
liii oiistouierii rnoiik'li to do thin w ill not im nhln to
plenxA and kerp their trmle. Ilelieving thl, we will
ilo all m lire ahlo to do to pleam our old ronton tra
and iftln new one, no we ask you all when In Inch
penileiiee to eotiiu to our vtors ami let u trv to
F. S. WILSON
DRY GOODS GROCERIES SHOES
Flrnt comer north of Ind. Nat. Hank.
Is It Big Enough
There have been several people looking after that 53 acre
tract of laud, located within a mile of the limit ol the town
It's thn lnt buy in the county and in going to sell at less
than $110 an acre. Think of it ! Thin little ranch is offered
for $3,000. Plow it aud aeed it to potatoes and twenty acres
of the crop will buy the whole place.
Under cultivation and fenced. If you haven't the money
to pay all clown It can be bought on terma.
Call at the Enterprise Office for particulars.
The Imported Shire Stallion
Will be in stud for the season ol l!)08 at the following places:
Monday noon, Ridder's farm ; Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
A, E. Tetherow's; Fnd y, Saturday and 8unday, Monmouth.
TEEMS ; $10 by the leap, payable at the time ; or I5 for the season
with usual return privileges, payable at the end of the season. $20 to
insure. If the mare is traded or sold the money becomes immediately
Irwin Stewart, Mgr.
A. E. Tetherow, Owner
25 Monmouth, Oregon.
Citile Palace Hotel
T. IU. Creditor, Proprietor
Carefully Supplied Catlcs.
Special Attention to Commercial Cni.
STEAM CARPET CLEANING and
Orders amounting to $25 or more carpets will he taken un and relnhl
free of charge when cleaned. All work thoroughly disinfected and irnnr.
Address, SALEM, OREGON