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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View This Issue
social and Personal.
Bead MMttut'i dthi wk.
Charlie Hubbard is in Portland
for a few !' '
Hog ara now worth 5 to H cents.
V. W. Percival.
Miss I-ettie Mastersor. is visiting
in McMionville. , . '
J. M. SUrk made a business trip
to Salem Tuesday.
For choice begs. I will pay 5J
runt. W. W. Tercival.
Just arrived 100 pounds of th
new crop of nut at Craven
Jnhnaon. of Eugene, was
Visiting in Independence the first
of the week,
A new and compteta stock of
Gent's Furnishings at theieeriess
xr:. aw-i- who is clerking in
rortlaod, came up Saturday and
v.trm. Oresronians at Wagoner's.
All about the big troubles between
Japan and Russia.
r;. T.U Hubbard, of Portland.
. .;fVi sister who is ill
on the Luckiamnte.
Ocean Wave washers haye malle
-w- matins? and are fully guaran
teed. Sold by R. M. AVs.de & Co.
Mm. Chaa. A. R'ce. of Mon
mniiih. announces she will give les
eons in oil. water color and China
There will be work in the Page
rank at the Castle Hall of Homer
lodM No. 45. K. of P., Wednesday
Special services and extra music
CJptXIttl BC1I.WU "
id announced for the Presbyterian
church, next Sunday, morning and
The Lewis and Clark Ladies'
Club will hold their regular meet
ing next Wednesday afternoon,
' We have added a complete line
of E, C. Atkins & Co hand saws
These good3 are superior to other
makes and yet costs no more. R.
M. Wade & Co.
Lost On the streets ot Inde
pendence, a silk watch fob with
gold trimming and K. of P. em
blem. Finder please report to
Frank Buckley has arrived from
Washington and will open a res
taurant in Independence next
week. He has rented the City
Restaurant opposite Little Palace
The West Side Enterprise of
fice has turned out some job work
the past week that will not suffer
by comparison with work from any
city office; which is a reminder
that this is the time to have your
At the M. E. church next Sun
day there will be two special ser
vices. In the morning the pastor
will preach on I Corin. 3rd. chap
ter and 9th. verse. In the
evening there will be an evan
gelistic service and the subject
will be "Things Seen and Unseen."
There will be good congregational
Binging as well as special singing
by the choir.
Complaint has been filed before
Tnatiz-A Wilson and a warrant is-
Bued for the arrest of L. h. Staple-1
ton, a larmer uviug tu.ee ujnto
eouth ot Independence. The com
plaining witness is R. S. Shafer
and the charge is disturbing a
public meeting. It is alleged that
Stapleton left Independence Satur
day in an intoxicated condition
and poind to the echool house in
the "neighborhood of his home, act
ed in a yery disgraceful manner.
- t!n!nM 41. .i.i, rv 1 aa 1
T . 'Rohannon has returned j
from Newberg. .
If In meed of stationery iee us.
Craven & Moore's.
Bom washing machines at 0
each at R. M. Wade A Co.
Th aoul-slfrrinc gam of "1il
can be had at Craven & Moore's.
lam in the market for hogs at
5 to 5i oenta. W. W. Percivai.
Fruits, candies, etc., alwaya on
hands at Craven A Moore'.
.pu "Panic" and "Bourse
. - 7 . . .
games can be had at cray"
Moore s. .
TUltinWs $200,000,000 fire was
fnllT aired in the Uregotuan at
H. C. Merwin. of Kalama. broth
er of Marsh Merwin, is visiting in
Pnn.uhle J. II. Moran has been
in Portland the past week under
v.l IT.lnmn and Melville
Courterof Falls City, were in In
Johnson, the clothier, at baletu
is the popular place for Polk coun
ty people to trade. inesi uispi
in thn vallev.
Mr. Albert Jessup, of Salem
home of her
father, T. Fennell, last week, re
turninz home Friday.
Wo .p.' mal-intr nrices on steel
ranees that move the goods. Spec
ial discount for the next sixty
days. R. M. Wade & Co.
nUtrict.Attornev Hart and N
L. Butler were in Independence
yesterday, Hart to prosecute and
Butler to defend Oliver tomitn.
w V Percival. chairman, has
notified members of the republican
county central committee to meet
in Dallas. Tuesday Tit, tor tne
" ..w, V -
purpose of selecting the time for
the primaries and county conven-
tion. making the apportionment
and attending to such other busi
ness as may come up.
On March 21st there will be
about 200 candidates introduced lo
the mysteries of the Knights of the
Maccabees at Salem. Ketchum
tent of Independence reports it will
furnieh abont 30 ot the number.
There will be a special meeting
Saturday night for the purpose of
initiating about 20 candidates.
There waa a jury trial in Jus
tice Wilson's court yesterday. Oli
ver Smith was the defendant and
Andy Tupper. town marshal, com
plaining witness. The charge was
carrying a concealed weapon and
the jury returned a verdict of guil
ty. District-Attorney Hart was
present and represented the prose
cution and N. L. Butler the de
fendant. The jury was composed
ofG. W. Whiteaker, A. L. Sper
ling. S. B. Irvine, D. B. Taylor, S.
B. Walker, and Samuel DeCamp.
The fine will be fixed by the jus
tice. Social Whist Game.
Because of conflict with other
events, the Social Whiet Club held
its weekly meeting on Wednesday
night of this week instead of Friday
the usual evening. The members
were pleasantly entertained at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. George:
Kutsch. The prize winners were;
Mrs. L. Damon and Mr. George
Kutsch while Dr. O. D. Butler and
Mrs. Kutsch captured the booby i
prize. Refreshments were served
after the game. On Friday night
of next week, the Club will he
J L 1IVAI '
entertained bv Mrs. W
Notice To Voters.
: I have received blanks for the
registration of voters in Polk coun
ty, for the benefit of the Clerk's
office, and to save extra expenses to
the county, requests you to regis
Justice of the Peace.
WEST 8IIR KNTKUPIIISK,
ItaptlHt Church, liHlf.wntlMtee
Sunday School at 10 A. M.
Prmchimr at 11 A. M,
Prayer meeting Thursdays
::so P. M.
All are cordially invited to our
Aktuvb S. Auks, pastor.
MetluHllst KpUoo.ml Church.
P.,mr of 5th and Monmouth
..t.- Rev." W. W. Kdmondson,
Sunday school u a. m.
Morning service 11 a. m.
Class meeting 12 m.
Evening services 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting eyery Wednesday
evening at 7:30.
The parsonage is next door to
the church and the pastor will be
pleased to fee you and render any
Calvary Presbyterian Church.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Morning worship 11 o'clock.
Endeavor meeting 2 p. m.
Evening worship 7:o0.
Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ings at 7:30.
Sunday school at 10 A. M.
Morning service at 11 o'clock.
Keystone League of Christian
Endeavor at 6:30 P. M.
Evening service at 7:30 o'clock.
Miss Ethel Brown, superinten
dent of K. L. C K.
To all of these services the pub
lic is inyiled.
Damki. A. Polinc. pastor.
The Club Whist Player.
There was a mun lu our town
And he wa wondrous wise;
He w ent to curd clula every veek,
Hut uever got a prize.
He wag not a handsome iiiud nor rich,
II Ituii a tHMl for art :
He knew his Homer, V'irtfil and
H is Shakespeare all by heart.
But all the Indies In the club
LwJsed on him a a cliunip.
Ami shunned him. lor he uever could
Jteuieiiiber w hat was trump.
"Maw. what's de difference be
tween er politician and er states
man?" 'Well, honey, a mushroom's
good ain't it?"
"And a toadstool is cizen. ain't
"And doy bof leok alike?"
"Des same difference from a
statesman to a politician."
Notice to Voters.
. Notaries Public throughout the
County, in the several voting pre
cincts, have been suplied with reg
istration blanks. All voters are re
quired to register on or before May
15, 1904. Register early and avoid
extra expense ot the county
Registration ia required every two
TJ. S. LoCGIIAKY,
" I had a bad cough for six
weeks and could find no relief
until I tried Ayer's Cherry Pecto
ral. Only one-fourth of the bottle
L. Hwn, Newington, Ont.
Neglected colds always
lead to something serious.
They run into chronic
asthma, or consumption.
Don't wait, but take
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
just as soon as your cough
begins. A few doses will
cure you then.
.Tkfttities: 2k.,lfc.,$l. Mtrwttft.
Commit yotir doctor. If TTi take H,
then An as tie hti. If be tell you not
to take It. tlirn d'uo't take It. He knew.
Leave it with lotn. We are willtnir.
J. C. AT EH CO., Lou ell. Maw.
Where there u-e.ll..
unali an.l worry " :
. .i.i .i.nwmt .vini'oni uf
Thliia owing to ins "..."..
of Chamberlain's C-ugh llemeay .
the remedy o tl '''' ,
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Notice of Appointment.
NotUv i l.erehy glvan ll.at we. the
JuXnU. Majaret Mt'Mll1""
John Pifklitm. have w ir
YUhleCo...;. Court r.i;olM r
.sh.-I al. eiH. a.o n-.......
;l name l I he un..-rinr.l duly
made out and v.-nli'M t '""""Vil .
vldod hy ! wlO'til l '"".'
dati! Iicrt-of . n
tL'd lhl 'Ui .lay J ami-?,
ami Jiin Pit kin"".
with will annx.'d.oUte William Mc
T imported Japanese
fvifri Purchases or
F. S. Wilson.
Corvallis t Easter n Railroad
TIME CARD NO. 2
No. 2 For Yaquina:
Leaven Albany 12:1") v. M.
" CorvalliH 2:00 P. M.
Arrives Yaquina. . , . C:20 i m.
No. 1 Keturtiing:
Leaves Yaquina... . (i:4' a. m.
Leaves Corvalli .... 1 1 :.'50 a. m.
Arrive? Albany 12:15 1-. m.
No. 3 For Detroit:
Leaven Albany 7:00 a.m.
ArriveH Detroit 12:20 v. m.
No. 4 from Detroit:
Leaven Detroit 1 :()() i. M.
ArriveH Albany 5:o5 i. M.
Train. No. 1 arriveH in Albany in
time to connect with the H. P.
south bound train, as well as giv
ing two or three bourn in Albany
before departure of S. I'. North
Train No. 2 connects with the
S. I'. trains at (yorvallio ami Albany
giving direct pervice to Newjxirl
and adjacent, b.-aches.
Train 3 for Detroit, J'.reitenbush
ami other mountain report leaviiH
Albany ut 7:00 a. in , reaching Lv-
troit about rnnni, (;iv!tig hiiii1o time
to reach the rprings came rtay.
For further information apply to
' " . ' 'Eit! Stone,
' ' Manager.
T. Cockkkix, Agent, Alhanyl
II. II. Ckovisk, Agent, Corrallis.
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