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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View This Issue
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Great Clearance Sale !
Our first annual Clearance Sale will commence Fri
day, January 15th and continue until February 15th.
This being our first regular clearance sale, we can promise the
rood people of Independence and surrounding country the great
est bargains ever offered in Independence. Tibs sale will mean
bargains in all lines, so do not miss it as it means a saving of dol
lars to you. Our spring stock will begin to arrive about February
15th and we must make room for it; consequently Ave shall make
prices that will clean up our present stock.
Yours lor uargams,
Dry Goods, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats,
Caps ana uroceries.
M ESS WEIR
Josse & Bice
Fino Parlors in connection. Day or night
calls promptly attendod to.
Day phono 273 Night 393
Main St, Independence, Ore.
JEinbalmer and Funeral Director.
Justice's Jury List.
'. 13. Goodell is slowly ira-
. Fv Lucas returned home
JMlanvllle Saturday, where
ec :i with the remains of her
Cl-rk was taken quite slok
Doming and lsu't any better
1. Young and her mother,
-j 'aid, were calling ou Mrs.
L "je returned to Ballston
i ere he is assisting Peter
- ' Burch was quite sick last
, li some better. .
: 7aite and wife, of Se
1 his brothers and fami
r jk, returning Sunday.
-1 Mrs. B. Orr ara in Los
. eniovimr the California
I tt r
" ITaamith returned from
3 list week.
W. E. Goodell went to Dallas
Thursday, to attend county court.
Frank Gibson went to Portland
Tuesday, returning home Thurs
day by the way of Salem.
Mrs. Frank Gibson went to Sa
lem Thursday, to sea her hus
band's rnother.vwho is sick at the
Peter Cook and Orval Price went
to Ballston Saturday. The former
has taken possession of the general
merchandise store there, which &.
Craven and sons have been con
John Much was quite sick for
several days last week but is some
Dr. Butler was called down te
see E. Harmon's oldest daughter
last Friday. Sho was no better at
Mrs. J. I. Burch has been quite
sick the past week.
Jury list for the year 1904,
drawn on the 4th day of January:
George Bolter, J. O. Brooks, Will
iam Barnttt, Joseph Craven, ueorge
N. (i. Clodfelter. Willard
Craven, H. M. Cooper, E. W.
Cooper, A. h. Chute, JJavia lwve,
S. M. Daniels, Evan UyanB, u- ij.
v..,Br n A . Hod m. Verd Hill.
I. Hart, 0. A. Kramer, E. E. Hall,
Peter Kurre, Jr.. Howard Arepps,
n P l.m.Va C. W. Leonard. E
Leeson, Huston Mulkey, Charles
Masterson, Rev. John Usborn, i.
P. Oglesby, F. A. Patterson, James
Prathor. M. N. Prather. Ira Powell,
J. W. Richardson, Jr., August
Sperling. Clotis Sloan, U. JN . 1 narp,
w IT. Walter. Gaorire A. Wells,
J. E. Wilson, Otis A. Wolverton.
E. E. Paddock has gone to South
Bend, Wash., on a business trip.
The Lewis and Clark club held
their regular meeting at the city
hall on Wednesday afternoon.
The ladies have decided to give
s Sacajawea entertainment at the
opera house January 29th. .
Whea Is the next dance? Saturday
evening, January I6th, at the opera
house. If you miss it, you certainly
will regret It. -
L. Gerlincrer. general superin
tendent of the Dallas-Falls City
railroad, was an Independence
a TTvanwftliral chnrch. Sun
day, January 17th, S. S. at 10:00
A. M; K. i.. U. J!i. ai o:ou r. m.
Also preaching at 11:00 and 7:30.
All re welcome.
The Independence Orchestra will
give a dance in the opera house Satur
day evening, January 16th. A cordial
invitation is extend! to all.
Don't forget the danoe this coming
B.tnntv nltrht ia the onera house. A
good time will be assured to all who
attend. Indepenaence urcoeBir.
l?ii1incr matter, as well as adver
tisements have been unavoidably
crowded out of this issue of the
West Side Enterprise on account
of lack of space. The pressure will
he relieved after another isue.
Dallas Jan. 14. Ike Hughes was
accidentally shot at his home near
Falls City yesterday. It is tnougni
ha was unbreeching his 44 caliber
gun when it discharged sending a
ball through the Jungs ana nver.
Walter Plvmale has gone to
Jacksonville to attend the funeral of
bis father, W. J. Plymale, whose
death occurred a few dayB ago.
Mr. Plymale. deceased ' was one ot
Jackson county's pioneers and a
prominent and respected citizen.
The following officers of Gen
Gibson Post G. A. R. were install
ed by Past Post Commander, T. J.
Fryer: Com., J. G. Barber; S. V.,
W. J. Hiff; J. V., S. DeCamp; Sur.,
Levi Jonee: Chap., W. P. Fisher;
2 M.. S. W. Stansberry; O. D., M.
Scrafford; 0. G., H. D. Foster; 2
M. S., W. J. AluiKey; d. rew
Cook; Adjutant, T. J. Fryer.
Meeting on January 9, 1904.
The services at the M. E. church
tVA wppk have been full of
interest Fairly large congrega
tions have Doen present,
ial meetings will continue indefi
nitely from night to night. The
public is urgently invited to at
tend all the services. Next Sab
bath morning the pastor will dis
course on "The Demand for Thor
oughness in the Christian Life."
In the evening there will be special
singing by the large choir and
good. Gospel service. You will be
made welcome. Come. W. W.
Gen. GibBon W. R. C, No. 42.
installed the following officers for ,
the ensuing year: President, Min
nie F. Hubbard; S. V. P., Har
rietts Bice; J. V. P..( Bella. Cressy;
treasurer, Olivia Fluke; Secy.,
Mary Stansberry; Chap., Layilla
Cooper; Cond., Maggie Finch; Asst.
Cond. Nancy Ihff; Guard, Sarah
Jarvis; Asst. G., Maggie Yilsoni
1st C. B. Minnie Fetzer; 2nd C. B.,
Mrs. Hampton; 3rd C. B., Mrs.
Wilson; 4th C. B., Mrs. Jarvis.
An Expression of Gratitude.
Wb take this public method of
acknowledging the debt of gratitude
we owe to the good people of Inde-
nendence. Monmouth and vicinity
for their kindly assistance and sin
cere expression of sorrow in the
hour of our bereyment Coming
among yu as strangers we have
found you the warmest of friends.
We beseech of ytu to accept this
notice as a slight expression oi me
orafitnHfland friendshiD we enter
tain to each and all of you.
WM. ILIFF AND UHTLDREN.
Imoressina It on
Is what our fine laundry work does
to the man who is loosing for some
thing exquisite in color and finish on
his linen. We aim to make our laun
dry work peerless iq beauty and in the
perrect condition in which we send it
home. Send us a sample handle and
we will surprise you. Naw process
and new prioee.
Orders left at Kuteh's barber shop or
he Salem stage win receive yrumyk
Salem Steam Eaundry,
Colonel J. Olmsted, Prop. Porous
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