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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1904)
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Mrs. Hubbard and son Claude are
M. K. Steel will deliver an illus
trated rooting picture lecture at
the Metbodi.t church Friday night,
the 11th iniUnt.
While playing in the basement
f tha collar bone.
Mrs. C 0. Lee of Albany, visited
f TC Paddock the first oi me
I Tneether they are spending
. tam Uva in Salem
a. r,r. .re removing
Craven & Moore are removing
- .trtra nurcoasetl
building next to Paddock s. ,
Harvey Lounsberry, traveling
freight agent of the Southern Paci
fic railroad company, was in Inde
pendence, the first of the week.
Craven &, Moore, headquarters for
stationery, confectioneries, etc., will
hereafter be found in their new lo
cation, one deor south of Pad
dock's. There is opportunity tor the new
city council to create a favorable im
pression by giving attention to di
lapidate sidewalks on the main
streets of the town.
The minstrel show on Saturday
night is under the auspices of the
Degree of Honor. The ladies hav
ing it in charge have spared no
pains in getting it up, and it de
Carl Barbour and J. Griffin who
have been visiting at the home of
J. K. Morrison, left today for their
home in Michigan. While here
Messrs Barbour and Griffin proved
up on timber claims and tbey may
be expected to return to Oregon
A. R. Butler, the postal inspector
m Tndenendence this week.
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checked ud Poetma8tert Mer-
win's books and found them 0 K.
The inspector expects to hare the
matter of improved post-office fac
ilities disposed of within a few
weeks. In response to advertise
ment he has received two proposals
for buildings. ,
Special effort will .be made to
make the services at the Presb-
next Sabbath of
Di m v -
,nt interest, in tne morning
pastor wiu rnano kjuk
mentsofmuch importance to the
k.irh and eonereeation. In tne
CUurcu nuu ''to o i
.nincr the tonic will be "A e'ance
ot Russia and japan." Dsooam
D n.ata nr1 .Tarmn." Sabbath I
scheol at 10 A. M. A very kind
welcome to alL ,....
Walter Nichols, deputy county
clerk will leaye on the 15th for
the Philippines where he goes
under civil service regulations to
teach school. His departure will
leave a vacancy in the clerk's office
which United States Loughary will
have to fill by appointment. It is
understood Johnnie VanOrsdell
can haye the place if he wants it
but Johnnie is a surveyor and has
his eye on surveyorship for Polk
county and he is not likely to ac
cept an appointment as deputy.
The Social Whist Clnb.
The weather with its torrents of
rain did not prevent the weekly
meeting of the Social NVhist cluo
last week. The members were en
tertained at the elegant home of
Mrs. W. A. Messner and there was
a good attendance. The first prize
was won by Dr. and Mrs. O. D.
Butler, while Mr. Damon and Mrs.
WU1 Walker captured the booby.
Refreshments were served at the
close of the game. Mrs. Geo.
Conkey will entertain the club this
Ml.. Mede Holroan. of Pall
the first of
WBB 111 4uit-v.
T.V. iniir Grain to the Iodepen
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a nn Vdneadavi ana
' VY. E. Gilbeit, of Dallas, ageat
for the Coast Range Lumber Com
u nd Mrs. II. Clodfelter were
wee, iwj ....Vi
D. L. Hedges purchased the five
year old black stallion, Dicknomah,
J ,Mirn .t th. Port.
The All Stars put up an interfil
ing game of basket ball in Dallas on
Monday night and Monmouth
Tuesday night but the hnky Polk
county lads were too much for them.
Before leaving for a visit to Port,
land this week, Mis Lulu Wilcox
entertained a number of her friends
on Tuesday. It was the birthday
anniversary of her sister Miss
Cecile' and the event was in her
Mrs. M. W.Wallace has returned
from her trip east and will have on
display Saturday Mar. 5, the famous
"Gage Hat" and other street and
tailor made hats from the best mil
linery houses in St. Paul, Chicago,
and New York.
"I am in touch with fifty Okla
homa families that are ready to
come west" remarked one of the
new emigrants arrived in Indepen
dence thi week. This is a tip that
the prospective emigrants should
be looked after.
Time for entering the pool of the
Polk County Mohair Association
.inau Satnrdiv of this week. Mo-
I tfcvava wiaw j
faftir caa shipped from any
noint in the county to Dallas at
cents per hundred pounds. Last
year the pool realized 38 cents
per pound and the market is some
better this year. The Association
paid out for mohair last season
Santa Rosa People Here.
Five families from Santa Rosa,
in town this week
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location for homes
among the fertile fields of Polk.
T. J. Covendale and J. W. Mo
ri A r n( iha narf.T. These
j i couj iu . - f -j '
,,.me to star and have
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found temporary quarters in the
Verd Hill house. A shipment of
their freight consisting of stock and
fA tmnnnn nnnrtnra
house-hold goods is expected in a
day or two. They will look around
until they find a suitable place to
The Indepedence Rebekah Lodge
gave an At Home to the Dallas
lodee Tuesday night. About 45
members came over by a special
motor. Two candidates, Mrs. R.J
TuTlor and Miss Inez Warner,
were initiated into the mysteries of
the order, after which several very
intereatinz speeches were mad.
As address of welcome by Mrs,
V.tta. Walker Noble Grand was
followed by several pleasing re
snonses. Miss fehelton, nooie
Grand, of the Dallas lodee. in her
address in behalf of the visitors,
commended the lodge and its work
in the highest terms. Miss Bertha
Bohannon played a march while
those present repaired to the dining
ball where a banquet was spread.
The guests tooir tneir aepariure
about mi(i.night, promising to come
1 AMONG THE MERCHANTS.
Holy Roller" candies at Craven
All the new things in dress gwl
Wanted butur, egg and poultry
No. 1 bacon at 12J cents
pound at Knox's.
Ifi n need of stationery see us.
Craven & Moore's.
Famous Oregon Columbia brand
f mush at Knox's.
See those new gentlentea's
at Craven A Mooie'e.
Seyea bars of Golden Star soap
for 25 cents at Knox's.
Highest prices paid for produce
and poultry at Knox's.
A'variety of playing cards, dice,
etc., at Craven & Moore's.
Fruits, candies, etc., always on
hands at Craven A Meore's.
Honey I Three pounds of No. 1
honey for a quarter at Knox's.
Th soul-stirring game of "Pit"
can be bad at Craven fc Moore's,
Two packages of the beet coffee
on earth for 25 cents at Kuox's.
First olass yellow fir shakes for
sale. II. C. Miller, Pedee, Oregon.
Full line of ladies' best pocket
memoranda books at Craven A
Siva vmirnif fur the niiht of
March 5tb, when the local minstrele
New line of latest shapes and
colors in etationery at Craven &
Jast arrived 100 pounds of the
new crop oi nuie as vivtu .
You can find copy-righted books
by modern authors, full line at
Craven & Moore's.
Call and see the new things
in men's hats, golf shirts and neck
wear. W. A. Messner.
Mr. Burton will have charge of
the minstrel show to be given at
the opera-house March 5tb.
Local minstrels under the aus
pices of the Degree of Honor, at
the opera-house March 5tb.
That awful Wm. B. Barnett will
have charge of the farce comedy at
the minstrels baturday night.
The Ladies of the W. R. C, will
give a dance in tne Auditorium
Tuesday 'evening, March 17th.
It will be a roof-raising side-split
ting affair the local minstrel show
to be given at the opera-bouse.
Mrs. Chas. A. Rice, of Mon
mouth, announces she will give lee-
sons in oil, water color and China
Johnson, the clothier, at Salem,
is the popular place for Polk coun
ty people to trade. Finest display
in the valley.
W. W. Percival, of Independence,
Oregon, is ia the Market for fat
jtock of all kinds. He pays the
highest Market price.
The minstrel show Saturday
night will be something great.
Such is the assurance of the pro
moters. Come prepared to laugh
The Independence Orchestra will
trive a dance in the Auditorium on
Friday evening, March 4th. Special
motor will leave lor Monmouth
after the dance.
We have a full line of Oliver,
Chill and 6teel plows, Spring Tooth
barrows, and the Dandy Ball Bear
inir Diiq harrows. These are spec
ially adapted to use in hop fields.
R. M. Wade & (Jo Bale Agents,
Notice of AU1W,,
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raU MomX. SSyfl.
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DateJ thJ sm tiny vt .
and Joan Pun.
with .111 ann.id,.uu. William Mc
It hac always bocn admit
ted by the best millers in
this country that a good
Water Power is the very
best for the manufacture
of flour it being an even
steady wer that makes
the name grade of ilour at
GOLD DUST FLOUR
is made by the Sidney
Power Co. who own the
water power at Sidney,
Ore., one of the bent in
this part of the Plate,
wliere they have located
one of the" best equipped
and most modem llour
11 mills. At these
mills thev manufacture
GOLD DUST FLOUR.
You can purchase this
Flour at any time of
R S. WILSON,
AT THE STAR GROCERY
INDEPENDENCE, - ORE.
Eight hour laws are Ijjnorw! v thone
tlreliw, little workers-Ur. Klug's
New Life Mllllolm r alwavs
at work, nlgtit aud ily, curing Indi
gestion, IUIiouue, Constipation, Hek
Headache snd all Htomacb, I.lver ana
Bowel iroulile. Ey, plwutant, wfe,
sure. Only 25c at A. 8. Locke's drug
Corvailis k Eastern Railroad
TIME CARD NO
No. 2 For Yaquina:
.12:15 p. M.
2:00 i. M.
. 6:20 p. M.
No. 1 Returning:
Leaves Yaquina 6:45 a
Leaves Corvallitt 11 :30 a.
No. 3 For Detroit:
. 7:00 a.m.
.12:20 p. m.
No. 4 from Detroit:
Leaves Detroit 1 :00 p. m.
Arrives Albany 5:55 p.m.
Train No. 1 arrives in Albany in
time to connect with the S. P.
south bound train, as well as giv
ing two or three hours in Albany
before departure of S. P. North
Train No. 2 connects with the
S. P. trains at Corvailis and Albany
giving direct service to Newport
and adjacent beaches.
Train 3 for Detroit, Breitenbush
and other mountaiu resorts leaves
Albany at 7:00 a. m., reaching De
troit about noon, giving ample time
to reach the Springs came day.
For further information apply to
T. Cock re ll, Agent, Albany.
II. II . Cbonibk, Agent, Corvailis.
I Mc CALEB, f
THE PHOTOGRAPHER, j
:S will make your Picture, tnlaye your
i PhotoVor finish you an elegant Fram. .
: We wlti make Puctic School Children s
S Jit Twenty five cevts per Dozen, j
IF YOU WISH
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TO MAKE A NICE PRESENT IN
SILVER PLATED WARE
OR CUT GLASS
O. A. KRAMER & CO.
Notice to Voter.
Notaries Public throughout the
County, in the several voting pre
cincts, have bean auplied with teg
istratiou blank. All voters are re
quired to register on or before May
15, 1901. Uegioter early and avoid
extra expense ot the county
Registration is required every two
U. S. LoWiHAUY,
(lives Helatb, Vigor and Tone,
Horblne Is a txmo for itiffor from
ancarula. By it umi the tlud la
quickly regenerated and tlm cotir In
come normal. Thedrmipltig atrrtigth
is revived. The languor 1m (llmliilMied
Healt, vigor and tone predominate.
New life and happy activity rraltii.
Mm. Ilelle il. Hhired, MlddleHborough,
111., write: "I have oeeu troubled
with liver complaint and poor blood.
and I found nothing to bent-tit me
like Ilerbioe. I hope never to I
without It. I hare winded that I bad
known of It lu my huntiand' lifetime."
60c Hold by A. H. Locke.
For Sale Country store in Pelk
county. Good location. Probable
value $3,000. For particulars en
quire at this office.
12,000 shares of mining stock in
the Gold Creek Mining and Mill
ing Corapuny. Certificates 1000
shares each. Price fl ctn. pr
share. 8. D. Oansnr.
112 Court Kt, Balera, Orsfoo.
3 TKAIN'H KH0M rOKTLAND DAI'.
WThroiiRh Pullman itamlard and c
lat sleeping car ditlly to OmaJi. C
cu'K Hpokane ; tourlut ilpttigrar4
to Katiaaati; through I'nllluan
i alee.mg eara (pcraouallv eomliK
weekly to Oilrago and Kanaan C
rw'liouig rhalrcars (teats free) tei
Kant daily. '
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ro rmm i-omtlakd i
Chicago Halt Uke, Denver,
Portland Ft Worth, Omaha, :
Serial Kann Oily, HU 4J0f
9 :15 a m via Utila, Chicago and !
lliiiitinu- Kant. !
Atlantic Halt lake, Denver, , - ;
Kxprena Kt Worth.Oinaha.
H: 15 p in via Kanaaa City, Ht 10JO!t:
Hunting- Lou In, Chicago
ton. and Kaat.
Ktl'aol Walla Walla.Iwls
Hamvia Uie, Pal I man, 7:35
Hpokane. Minmtanolla, Ht
l'Kul. Duloth. Mil
70 hours. Portland to Ohlraro. '
change of eri. Tickets Kaat vi K
rail or via Imat and rail via Portlnl
OCEAN AND KIVEii HCUKDVli
All sailing dates
subject to rhange.
9 pa For Ban Franclseo 4
Sail every 6 days.