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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1904)
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: INDEPENDENCE SOCIAL BRIEFLET8 j
i r r..,mhall is visiting! Read the Peoples Cash Store
Mrs. J. C. Morrison.
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Frp.oK. or ron -"'" I in -,own thi, wwk looking for draft
St. Patricks ly danee, Thursday
night, the 17th.
K. M. Austin, of Portland waa
The Mahara minstrels, forty
taken for any
hlishe.1 at the nub-
trone. will appear at the opera , r.,In Afw'a.
bouse in Independence ednesday
xr,.v, mil. Fit Strehlow. the tinner, will
evening jnnu v.... - .
r open up a tin-ehop in connection
Mr. ! wr. v. r. utuvi , .,K
Portland, are risitina for a te
with Frater & Rice, right away
The necessary tools have been ordered.
Ellis Leeson, this week Bold to
M V. Mix, 72 acres of land two
miles north of Independence. It
is good land with improvements
The consideration was $3,550.
Mr. Bogart and a party of twenty-
eight people from Michigan are on
sides two btolhers and an uncle or j tne way to Oregon and are expected
Mr. Rehaume arrived from Mine- jn Monmouth the last of this week
days with Grandma wcLaugunn
anil friends in this city.
C. N. McArthur, a farmer of
Rickreal was in town Saturday.
Mr. MoArtbur was one of the losers
from the raid of sheep-killing dogs
iu his locality, recently.
The Rehaume family of five.be-
aota this week. They are relatives
of Alfred Oberon and are seeking
homes in Oregon.
The Togait8 are relatives
Prof. Newton was here this week
The Willamette has ben threat-j and another rehearsal for the com
ening to go on a rampage for eev-:ing cantata was held. The pro
eral days and today reached 20 ! duction promises to be an event of
feet above low water murk. It has ! surpassing excellence in music cir
passed the high water mark how- j cles in this section.,
eyer and is falling. j The ,ftdie9 of tbe christian
While loading lumber at the 'Church will give a bazaar at the
Tnnpndence sawmill. Wednesday. I Opera Housa Friday evening. April
Frank Rider's team ran away.
Franc telephoned the news to his
father at home a mile away and
Mr. Rider was at the gate to meet
it. No serious damage was done.
A crew of Spalding's loggers are
busy during the high water getting
balm logs out of the sloughs and
eddy water along the river prepar
atory to rafting and floating down
to Gregon City. About 100,000
feet of logs were taken from their
moorings below Independence yes
terday. Mrs. C. A. Rice entertained a
number of friends at her home this
week on the occasion of her birth
day anniversary. Games were in
dulged in and refreshments served
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Dickinson; Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Madison; Mr. and Mrs. Perry; Mr.
and Mrs. Will Walker; Miss Jessie
Madison; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fennell
aud Topsy Madison.
Special revival services will be
gin next Sunday night at the Unit
ed Evangelical church in Independ
ence. Dr. C. C. Poling, presiding
elder, Rev. A. A. Winter, of Dallas
and Rev. H. A. Dech of Corvallis
will be m charge of the services.
Arrangements have been made for
special music and a cordial invita
tion is extended to all for their at
tendance and co-operation.
Dicknomah was not purchased
by D. L. Hedges at the Portland
horse sale last week as appeared in
the published list of sales. The
horse was merely bid in. Another
horse purchased was sold under
misrepresentation and turned back.
J. W. Brown and YVm. katon have
secured Lambert Boy for this sea
son. He was shipped up this week
Cora Freshman was shipped to J,
W. Kirklaad, of this city, at the
A number of Monmouth people
and some from Independence will
attend the oratorical contest at
Forest Grove tomorrow night. The
fact that Miss Edith Owen, a stud
ent of Monmouth and resident of
Independence, will represent the
State Normal, creates much local
interest in the contest-Jtcan safely
be assumed Miss Owen will give a
good account of herself and she de
serves the encouragement by their
presence of all friends who can attend.
! 1st. Some of the best local talent of
Independence and Monmouth will
appear on drogram.
By special request Homer Lodge,
K. of P., will give a full dress re
hearsal at the Opera House, Fri
day. March IS. A small admission
will be charged for the body of the
house. Music will be furnished
by the Independence Orchestra.
For further particulars inquire
of Verd Hill, Chancellor Com
"Holy Roller" candies at Craven
No. 1 bacon at 12J cents a
pound at Knox's.
TfinnwHl of stationery see lis.
Craven A Moors'.
Something new in stationery at
Craven A Moore's
Famous Oregon Columbia brand
of mush at Knox's,
See those new gentlemea'i partes
at Crarsn A Moore's,
Seyen 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 A Moore s,
Fruits, candies, etc., always on
hands at Craven vt Moore's.
Honey! Three pounds of No. 1
honey for a quarter at Knox's.
h,l i ,.f lii"
1 no BOiu-riirruij( k1,ic vi
can be had at Craven fc Moore's.
Two packages of the best coffee
on earth for 25 cents at Knox s.
FiiBt class yellow fir shakes for
sale. II. C. Miller, Pedee, Oregon.
Full line of ladies' best pocket
memoranda books at Craven A
New lin of latest shapes and
colors in stationery at Craven A
Just arrived 100 pounds of the
m . . -l .
new crop oi mils ai craven tv
Flinch! Flinch! The
Flinch at Craven it
H. E. Wagoner and bride, of
Portland are in the city for a few
days, receiving the congratulations
of friends. Mr. Wagoner's modest
demeanor the last trip to his former
home had the desired effect of
throwing hi friends off their
guard and his wedding announce
ment came as a complete surprise.
The secret however is now out, and
congratulations, cigars, etc., mark
Will Open Up Here.
The Oregon Lumber Wood &
Light Co. of Falls City will be ready
to supply Independence trade with
any kind of fir lumber or wood by
or about the first of April. It will
pay you to get our prices,
Beginning today, Thursday,
March 10-, the west side enter
prise opens up a Correspondence
Contest, as per promise. A scholar
ship in the International Cor
respondence School of Scran ton,
Pennsylvania, worth a cash value
of $30.50 is offered as a premium.
Other premiums will be announced
in the succeeding issues. Points
will be allowed on the same basis
as the contest closed four weeks
ago. Every item, every subscriber
and every piece of business turned
into the office will be duly credited
from this date. Rules will probably
be adopted preventing the holding
, , . , . . . . 1 1 . T7, r
Daca me reports io toe lasi. r ur
ther announcement next week.
Damon and Pythias.
Homer Lodge No. 45, of Indepen
dence will present the thrilling
classic drama of Damon and
Pythias at Falls City in the Bryan
& Lucas Hall, Saturday, March 19,
under tbe auspices of the Cascade
lodge No. 92. of Falls City. A
special motor will leave for Falls
City about 5 P. M. and returning
after the show.
Dennison's decorated crepe pa
per, the very latest designs at
Craven & Moore's.
You can find copy-righted books
by modern authors, full line at
Craven & Moore's.
Take your grain to the Indepen
dence mill on Wednesdays and
I wauthoRB and ali other kinds of
livestock and will pay you the top
price. W. W. Percival.
For Sale: tCarly seed potatoes.
Inquire of Black Bros., Mix farm
or A. N. Halleck, Monmouth.
The Ladies of the W. R. C, will
give a dance in tna Auaiioriuro
Tuesday evening, March 17th.
Mrs. Chas. A. Rice, of Mon
mouth, announces she will give les
sons in oil, water color 'and China
Johnson, tbe clothier, at Salem,
is the popular place for Polk coun
ty people to trade. Finest display
in the valley.
M. E. Steel will deliver an illus
trated moving picture lecture at
the Methodist church Friday night,
the 11th instant.
Mrs. M. W. Wallace will have on
display March 15 and 16 a fine line
of Eastern Pattern hats. All are
We are showing a very handsome
and complete line of Muslin Under
wear. All new and up-to-date
goods at Messner's.
W. W. Percival, of Independence,
Oregon, is ia the Market for fat
dtock of all kinds He pays the
highest Market price.
uraven & aioore are removing
their stationery store purchased
from H. E. Wagoner to the Ilenkle
building next to Paddock's.
We are agents for the following
makes of High Grade Shoes. The
Walk-over and Seize Royal Blue for
dress , shoes, M D. Wells & Co.
Heavy Shoes for men, the Diet. 76
for boys aid girls, the Radcliff for
the women. There are no better
lines made than the above. Call
and see them at Messner's.
mi: c iii iu m
ItaptM Church. Iii.ImihIiim
Sunday School at 10 A.M.
Preaching at 11 A. M.
Prayer meeting Thursdays at
7:o0 P. M.
All are cordially Invited to our
Aktutk S. Auk, pastor.
Methodist KUmmI Church.
Corner of 5th and Monmouth
streets; Rev. W. W. KdmondiMii,
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Morning service 11 a. in.
Class meeting 12 ni.
Evening services 7 30 p. in.
Prayer meeting eyery Wednesday
evening at 7:30.
The parsonage ia next door to
the church and the pastor will I'
pleased to ee you and render any
Cut vary reabytrrian iiitirrn.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Morning worship U o'clock.
Endeavor meeting 2 p. in.
Evening worship 7:."0.
Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ings ut i :.'0.
I Mc CALEB,
j THE PHOTOGRAPHER j
,rill make your Picture, enlarge your
vhot0t or ftunish you an elegant tramt.
'S We will maks Puclic School Children'
Jit Tiventyftve ceuts per Dozen.
l iiltcil KtitiiKi-llcul.
Sunday school at 10 A. M.
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.Morning eervii r m iiun.
Kevftono League of I nrixtiau j J
M ; w
IF YOU WISH
TO MAKE A NICE PRESENT IN j
SILVER PLATED WARE j
Kndeavor at (J:"!) P. M.
Kvening service at 7:W o'dofk.j
Mii3 F.thel Hniwn. Hiiperinten. '
dent of K. L. C K.
To al; of thene services the j.ub-j
lie is inviied. ,
Pasiki. A. I'oi.ivi. pastor.
Preaching every 2nd ami Ithi
Sumlavs bv Rev. E. C. Wiguiore. ,
Sunday school 10 A. M. !
Y. 1. S. C E. r.:30 P. M. !
.Millinery Opening. !
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'II 1 uerimy, i ruurun mint j x
Thursday. March 15, 1G and 17. f V'y
An elegant, assortment of both ' li))
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ujcos ii a La nuu mo ib,d evirr:k Bllt'.
Miss Pkahi. Syt'iKK,
C. Street, next door to Paddock's.
OR CUT GLASS
O. A. KRAMER & CO.
Notice to Votern.
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 exiwuse ot the county
Registration is required every two
U. S. LouaiiAHY,
Following are the salaries candi
dates aspiring to county otlices
may expect in case of election:
Hounty Judge $ 800
Commissioners, $3 per day
County Clerk 1G00
Deputy Clerk .-. . , 780
County Treasurer 750
Assessor, $3 per day.
One regular deputy, $2.50 per
Four field deputies, $2.50 per
day during service.
Deputy Sheriff 780
Supt. of Schools, $1000 and
$200 traveling expenses.
Qjj) INDEPENDENCE, OREGON
If Iron l!-! wllh mk iligi-niltMi,
beli.'lilng or sour Nlnumch uukCIixiiIht.
lala'a Htomaeh anil I.Ivit Tnl.lrn ik
you will Ri't a quick tellrf. For Mule by
Corvallis ft Eastern Kailroad
. Ii:4" a, si.
11:30 a. m.
.12:15 i-. m.
Eight hour laws are Ignored by those
tireless, little workers Dr. King's
New Life Pills, Millions are always
at work, night aud day, curing- Idi-
geetion, Biiloiwnewi, ConHtipatlon.HIck
Meaaacne and all Stomach, Liver and
Bowel trouble. Eaay, pleasant, safe,
sure. Only 25c at A. 8. Locke's dm.
TIME CARD NO. 24
No. 2 For Yaquina:
Leaves Albany 12:1" i m.
" Corvallis 2:00 v. M.
Arrives Yaquina . . . 0:2(1 1-. m.
No. 1 Heturiiing:
No. 3 For Detroit:
Leaves Albany 7.00 a.m.
Arrives Detroit 12:20 r. M.
No. 4 from Detroit:
Leaves Detroit 1 :00 i, m.
Arrives Albany 5:55 p. m.
Train No. 1 arrives in Albany in
time to connect with the a, p.
south hound train, as well as giv
ingtwoor three hours in Albany
before departure of S. P. North
Train No. 2 connects with the
S. P. trains at Corvallis and Albany
giving direct service to Ne
and adjacent beaches
Train 3 for Detroit, Hreitenbush
and other mountain resorts leaves
Albany at 7:00 a. m., reaching LV
troit almut noon, giving ample time
to reach the Springs same day.
For further information apply to
l'orlluii uu.i Itrliirn (k
The Suutberii Pacific Co. lit
celling round trip ticket lo r,
land from Itulependence, for IIs
rihmI going Saturday or Suu
reiurniti( Sunday am Mori
Riving ail Uy Sunday s,,d Mm
in I'orlUid. The same arr?
iiient ii,pli,. from J'uYlUnd, gin
Portland pq.lo s chance to r
Valh'v Hii()tn at greatly rwk'
ABOUT GOLD DUST
To lovi-rs of good bread
who aru not now using j
GOLD DUST FLOII
TIiohc who aro using it,
ow all about it and by
their rucomniendatiom ,
r the bout advertise- j
merit we can got. Our
aleH increasing all tbe
time provo that it is one ;
o: the .t.nt. Try it only
fnco and you will al
ways bo satisfied to u
GOLD DUST FLOUR
F. S. WILSON,
Manffor I i '. f
T. Cockrkx, Agent, Albany. "ESTAR GROCER f
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