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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1908)
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Physician and h ii r if mill
fiftlre In Coir ItiilltlinK. rooms 2
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ixl t 10 tt . III. I'alU l'HWl'(lJ nlgl.l
HUM Kit UMMiK Xo. 4ft K of P
Meeta every Mnu. night
In K. i( I. Hall.
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J, W. Wciai.l..iii. K.HaixIN.
B. F. JONES
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IMlKPKN DK.NCK. ORKHON
CIGARS, TOBACCOS AND
The Het o lte i'litalne.1.
"et door Hotel ami Hear hooper Itlock
W.R ALL IN, D. D. S.
rmuM Kitrnotioa Usier Halldiot,
McMlnnvlll; : : ' Oregon
Chan. Gregory, Jtgt., Daltai, Or:
California Medicated Soap
The l'l fr wires, chapped hands
dandrull, liicltliiKnd pulwui
Mrs. d. W. Richardson, Sr.
Moiiiuuulb Hi., Independence Or.
Plys lietweeu luilt'peiidi'ure end 8al
em dully except Mindsy. Passenger
and freight business Hliiltil.
Leave Independence : BlUOa. til.
lsve KhU'ih : 3:15 p. iu.
Ceo. Skinner - Shipper
I R. E. DUGANNE, fl.M.D.
9 K23JO $
V Graduate of N. K l. O
PHONE M 803. INDEPENDENCE
Pi GL Hawkins
Monuments and Head-
Basket leaves Tuesday 6pm
and returns Friday
Independenck, : Oregos
and Hitching Shed
Jones Big New Bar
Teams 10c, Saddle Horse 5c
Bigs as well a team kept in
the dry. Horses bourded bV
day, week or month.
j. n. jones. mam
Dr. J.L. Calloway
Graduate of the American School
of Osteopathy. Kirksville, Mo.
under Dr. A. T. Still, found
er of the science.
CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY
Phone 791 Rooms'J & 8
Chamfcerlalirs Cough Rsmetfy
Cure3 Co'ds, C roup a:v- Whuoning Coujh.
LOCAL AND FERSOML KtWS
(2t )iir curtain wrim at M.iore'a
1 1 navy plain overall, wOn a pair at
Mu..iu' ("Ji 8ti.
I.dnV auniiiier viU from fio to
Uk at Moore's Ch Htorc.
Mis Iv llurton i visiting with
friends at Corvallis tliia week.
I.ace lux mid oxford sh", the
new ones at Moore's ("ah 8 tor.
Horn to Mr. and Mm. Wesley I'ir
ry Himday, June 7th, a dangler.
(i. v. itiKK i !"' J,,y
with friends in rortland thin
June "White Days," tho season
most delightful of all the year, art
hew. Just received A fine line of white
vests, prices f 1.25 ti ffi.00. O. A.
Wanted To know of any one who
has a piano to rent. Jnform tho West
Miss Florence llurton, who has lecn
in rortland for several months, re
turned home Monday.
Unn Davidson returned from Port
land Tuesday evening ftr a sojourn
in that city for week.
Horn on Monday, June 8th,. o
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kidder of North
Mrs. X. Graves and Miss Jewell vis
ited the latter part of the week In
Portland, returning to Indejiendence
Mr. and Mrs. F.d Simon, former
residents here, and now of Portland,
are visiting in this city, the guests of
Mrs. M. K. Chappell.
Mr. and Mrs. Tilman Shinn of Eu
gene attended the funeral of their
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Wesley Perry,
which occurred in this city Monday.
The Presbyterian Ladies are arrang
ing for their annual Kose Show to lie
given in tho near future. The pre
mium list and data will , appear next
The graduation exercises of Dallas
College have been in progress this
week. It is notable that the rones for
the occasion were furnished from In
dejiendence. Mrs. John Osborne was a passenger
on the afternoon train to McMinn
villo Tuesday. She will visit at tho
homo of Hev. Mr. Honsaker who re
sides at that place.
The wedding bells ringing for the
Haptist again last week and the in
creasing demand for the home cook
ing on salo each Saturday at Wilson's
is evidence of favor for both.
Rev. Curtis P. Coe, from McMinn
ville will preach at the Baptist church
in Independence next Sunday (June
14) at both services. Morning topic:
"Never Man Spake Like Jhis Man."
The Butler Produce Co. are looking
for business in the Ice line and will
deliver it promptly at your door every
morning. Rates reasonable and
prompt attention. Give us a try and
The hot weather is here. The way
to keep cool is to wear' one of our
Standard negligee shirts. The larg
est line in the city and the latest
styles and colors at "Kramer's the
Mrs. C. W. Butler, who was called
to Spokane last, week on accnuut of
the serious illness of her father, re
turned to Independence Sunday even
ing. She accompanied him to Tort
land where he is confined in tho Good
Evening topic: Alaska, her Beauties,
Resources and Missions.", Rev. Coe
was for three years a missionary in
Alaska. The new pastor of the church,
Rev. I. S. Leonard, will arrive in time
to occupy the pulpit the first Sunday
Election of Officers.
Election of officers of Valley Lodge
No. 42 took place May 28 as follows:
J. N. Jones, N. G.j A. Tarker,' V. G.;
E. L. Ketchum, Secretary; M. C.
Williams, Treasurer; Installation of
officers will take place the first meet
ing in July.
o Need of Siiftt ringtroni Klien
matisfii. Ji Is a mistake to allow rheumatism
become chronic, as the pain can al
ways be relieved, and in most cases a
cure effected by applying Chamber-
in'a Pain Balm. The relief from pain
which it affords is alone worth many
times its cost. It makes sleep and rest
possible. Even in cases of long stand
ing thi" liniment MinnM be n'd on ac
count of the i-ii- f which It utViirds. '"
and 50 cent kizes for sale by P. !. Kirk-
WOMAN AND FASHION
T Unuaual StyUa.
Tt larfwr liat l I" natural
color, wlili r4 loablilng it on tl
outaM. but ahadlnil to pink anmnd
tU iMfint. TU kill" W.UmO CX
tend out over the brim ami mliil
lib III iKtwa of cliaimeaM rwwi aud
ODD AftHtXcittUOT or HOttNN.
green rlblKiu. The other hut la whit
on the outside, with a turned over
brhn fncwl with red brown atraw.
The rim. ar plucwl In Hut inasw at
a:b aid and ar brljflit pink.
Fetching Walking Built.
gome of the most fetching walking
suits seen this season have been built
up In Scotch Iweed of extremely
coarse weave ouil having bold mark
luga, auch aa wide atrliie effecta ef
pronounced colorings. There U a atrong
liking for this material In deep cream
color and brown atrlpe half an ImU
In width. Cream color and old bluu or
soft green are also smurt coiublnatlons.
A pretty little suit In cream and brown
tripes was cut with particularly good
lines, and the strlpin were cleverly
The coat hung almost straight from
the shoulder and was finished with
patch pockets and collar and buttons
of onion colored velvet Auother ex
cellent model In white and gray drlpes
Is made with a cutaway coat with an
abbreviated waistcoat of heavy otto
man silk fasteued with three large but
tons covered with black silk.
I!y a straiik'f freak of millinery auto
cruts leghorn have been added to th
ranks of the tailored models and horse
hairs and tuscans of the elaborately
trimmed types intended for use with
the handsomest of street costumes.
Some of the daintiest of bridesmaids'
hats are developed in w hite and light
colored horsehairs, and tuscans are
expected to furnish the foundation tor
bonnets after Itouiney and other de
signs made famous by old world pic
tures. Cerise, which was used at first In
modest, quantities, suddenly flnres
brazenly from hats of every hue. A
black shape trimmed entirely with
widespread cerise w ings, for instance.
Is rather a weird combination, but
scarcely more striking than some of
the other millinery alliances, such as
black and w hite with burnt effects and
Copenhagen with red.
"Glumer seems to feel a great ym
nailn fnr nnv one who is 111."
"Iluh! Ills idea of sympathy Is to
get some poor invalid In a corner ana
tell him how miserable he'a looking."
"She is so afraid of being thought un
duly enthusiastic that she boasts of not
being struck by anything."
"Well, last summer she came very
near being struck by lightning." Balti
Excursion Rates June 1st.
On and after the first of June the
Southern Pacific Company will sell
summer excursion tickets to Yaquina
and Newport at the following rates
Yaquina,,se.ison, $3.70; Saturday to
Monday, $2.50. Newport, season,
$4.20; Saturday to Monday, $2.50.
Season tickets are good six months
from date of sale. 5-28 tf
A bustnpua directory of each city, town and vll
ihk In OreKon and Washington, Kivlnn a descript
ive nketcb of each platw, tuKther with the loca
tion and Hhljipiiiff facilities and a daHHltled direc
tory of each business and profession, K. L. INdk
A, Co., Inc., (Seattle.
MAKE YOUR OWN STOCK FOODS Bt USINC
SK1DOO HORSE AND CATTLE TABLETS
Crush and mix in feed or salt Proper dose in tablets
Makes Your Stock Look Like the Top Price
Foi Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Swine and Fowls. They are made from the active principi
condensed essence of the drug. They don't contain Sawdust, Ashes, Chop Feed or Bran. .
as good when 10 years old as when 10 days old. They comply with all pure drug laws,
and try once SKIDOO Condition Tablets, or SKIDQO Wonni, Kidney, Chicken
Rii.ipr Cothnrtir. Heave. Fever. Ho Cholera. Distemoer. Pink Eve. Colic tablets or Louse
Spavin Cure or Barb Wire Liniment. Distributed by THE BLUE BELL MEDICIN
Incorporated; Capital Stock JUU,uou.yu; watenown, aoum uasoia. u. a. n.
For sale by HANNA & IRVINE, Independence, Oregon
Low IRates East
' SlTe SOUTHERN PACIFIC
Lines in Oregon) From INDEPENDENCE, ORE., as follows
BOTH WAYS ONE WAY
'10 THHOITGH PORTLAND VIA CALIFORNIA
Chie-aim . $74.45 f9.45
St. Louis 9.95 84.4o
Bt. Paul 195 8S.0
Omaha 61 S :( "?
Kansas City .. - - - ' '
Tickets will be o- snte May 4, IS; June 5, 6, 19, 20; July
6. 7, 22, 23; August 6, 7, 21, 23
Coorf r,rnlnri. i- 90 davswith stopover privileges at pleasure
within limits. Remrmbfr the datis
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0.-ii'eV.l y; I'filtA Y, (i ' A.. Port I ud, t)re.
Yum Should Know Tin.
Foley's Kidney ltmy will cur any
raw or Ki.inry or iiu-iir irotiui mu
Is Hoi twyond th raii nf iiiedliiu.
No medicine ran do more.
Mr. 8. J&ym, O , K, II.,
rite: "About yrr ago I bought
two Udllr of Foley's Kidney IU-iii-edy.
It cured me -if aover ca of
kidney trouble of evral year lard
ing. It certainly U a grand K""d
medicine, and I heartily recommend
Mre. 8. I. Jiowen. of Wayne. W. Va.,
write; "I uhVrr frmu kidney
diwae, that at time I could not gt
mil of IsmI. and wh-n I did I wmld net
land trlifit. I tk Foley' Kidney
Remedy. On dollar bottle and part l
the eecond cured me entirely " Foley's
Kldnv Remedy works wonders wher
other are a total failure.
W. It. Ward, of Dyerebnrg, Tenn..
write: "This Is to certify that I have
lined Folev's Orin Ijiiative forehronic
constipation, and It ha proven without
a doubt to te a thorotiKh practical rem
edy for thl trouble, and It Is with
pleasure I offer mi conwlentlont refer
ence." Dov A Williams.
Grand Chapter Eastern Stars is in
erosion this week in Portland. Mm-
dames John Richardson and F.. T.
llenklo are delegates from Adah
Chapter No. 84.
Itucklen'M Arnle R1v Wlim.
Tom Moore, of Rural Route. 1,
Cm-bran. Oa.. writ: I had a had
sore come on the Instep of my foot
and could find nothing that would
heal It until I applied Bueklen'i
Arnica Halve. Lee than half 25
cent box won the day for me by affect
ing a perfect cure " How nnaer
guarantee at all druggists.
C. J. Bruce, who moved into old
town a couple of weeks ago from
Nebraska, went over to Newport
today in company with his family for
a short vacation. ,
The Best HII Kver Sold.
"Aftei doctotingr P Tears for chronic
Indigestion, and spending over two
hundred dollars, nothing has done me
as much g'w.d hs Dr King's New Life
Pills. I consider tbem the best puis
ever sold :" writes B. F. Ayscure, of
Ingleslde. X. C. Sold under guarantee
at all drmritists. 25c.
INDEPENDENCE AND ,
Train No iW leaves Indi-pendcnce dally M
a. m.; leaves Monmouth 0:14 a. m.; arrives
DulhiafclO a. iu.
Train No S leavex Independence daily
10:51) a. m.; leaves Monmouth, ll:Oo a. in.;
arrives Dallas, 11:30 a. m.
Train No 70 leave Independence dally 8:15
p. m.: leave Monmouth 6:30 p. m.; arrive Dal
las tf:S6 p. in.
Train No 67 leaves independence dally 7:30
a. m.i leaves Monmouth 7:-W a. m.; arrives
Train No 78 leaves Independence daily 8:30
p. in.; leaves Monmouth S:5U p. m.; arrives
Alrlie4:2a p. m.
FOB MONMOUTH ONLY
, leaves Independence dally 2:30 p. m.
Train No65 leaves Dallas dallyexoept Sun
day s:30a. m;. leaves Monmouth 8:55 a. m .; ar
rives Independence 8:15 a. ni.
Train No 101 leaves Dallas sunnAT only
8:55 a. m.: arrives Monmouth 7:20 a.m. ar
rives Independence 7:80 a m.
Train No ffllleaves Dallas dally 1:00 p. m.;
leaves Monmouth 1:25 p. m.;'arrives Indepen
dence 1:40 p. m. (This train connects at Mon
mouth for Alrlle)
Train No 71 leaves Dallas dally 7:35 p. in.;
.lea-es Monmouth 8 p. m.; arrives Independ.
enoe 8; 15 p. in.
Train No leaves Alrlle dally 9 a. m.;
leaves Monmouth 9:85 a. m.; arrives Inde-
Kendence:n0a.ni. (This train connects at
lomiioutli fur Dallas)
Train No 72 leaves Alrlle dally 5:05 p. tn.;
leaves Monmouth 5:40 p. m.; arrives Inde
endence 5:55 p. m
Traill No KM) leaves Alrlle 4;l5o. m. SUN
DAY only arrives Monmouth 6:20 p. m. ar
rives Independence 5;!W p. m.
FROM MONMOUTH ONLY
Leaves Monmouth for Independence dally
le or the
AU-utioL rig car.
imrj lit Swaa&t asdllovsris i
vss and UfVlouulm urtas
nut Ami out.
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lion , Sour Slnma.Dlarrtiua
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. H. NACHJ1ND
Painter and Paperhanger
I have recently locate.! In this city and am prepared to do all kinds of House,
Sign, and Carrlaire Painting, Paper Hanging, Glazing etc. My prices are
reasonable and I guarantee satisfaction. Estimates freely furnished.
Leave Orders with Bice (EL Calbreath
or telephone Main 4A9.
Day or Night Calls Promptly attend
ed to. Fine Parlor in Connection.
Ad Experienced Lady Assistant.
Phon. mala 27 Re. 73
W. U Blt'K, Hniiminicr aid Funeral Director.
Licensed by Oregon Htate Board of Healt-i
Light, Power & Water
WATER. RATES(Water by meter applies to resi
dences only.) Kesidence rate on meter applies to cus
tomers only who pay $2.00 and over at the rate of 20c
per 1,000 gallons; minimum $ 1.00 per month.
ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER RATE
Kesidence, 15 cents per K. W.
Business houses, 25 cents per drop and 5 cents per K. W.
Tower, rates on application.
OFFICE AT WATERWORKS PHONE MAIN 41
H. Hirschberg, Pres. A. Nelson,
Independence National Bank
Transacts a General Banking Business
Din-mom; !). llirs hrp,
mi lit h and
Tor Infant! and Children.
The Kind You Have
Bears tho A, X.
Signature A JJ
at Very Reasonable Rates
Vice Pres. C. W. Irvine, Cash.
on Time Deposits
A. Nc'E"ii. D. V. Sears, B. F.
.1. K. Khndfs.
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