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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1904)
WESTS IDE ENTERPRISE, INDEPENDENCE, OREGON
I INDEPENDENCE SOCIAL BRIEFLETS
Hjh OT.rien of Salem was In
Mayor Cooper has been to New
port Ihis week.
J. P. Bjers was a passenger for
Guy Walker came down from
Mrs.E. E. Jones was a passenger
to Albany Wednesday for a fcw
I,, Josse wit ia Salem WeJnea
Thomas Potneroy was ia Pallas
Mrs. F. 8. Smith has returned
from a yisit to Portland.
Mra. Y. Peeciral and daugh-
ter, Miss. Pearl are visiting In Dal
Mr.Jackson of Idaho is in the city
He is a carpenter and brick maker
and may locate here.
Mm. Johu Beers of Albany
spent a few days thia week with
Mrs. E. E. Jones.
Walter Palmer, brother of S. S,
Palmer from Idaho is visiting here
and in Monmouth.
Tom Graves of McCoy stopped
off a few minutes on his way borne
fiona Dallas Tuesday.
A special Easter program will be
given by the Christian church Sun
day school on Easter Sunday.
Mra. Emma Murphy Brown of j Smith ut th home of Mrs.
Salem was the guest of Mies. Lela Hurley the past week.
Herren the first of the week.
F.A. Douty a well known busi
ness man, formerly of this place,
but now of Portland is in the city.
Frazer ifc Rice's warehouse is
packed to overflowing with new
buggies and there are more to fol
Alex Deutschman and family ar
rived Wednesday from Colorado,
and will settle in or near Independence.
Sherman Lemons formerly of this
citv, but now a resident of Mc
Cormick, Wash., ia visiting with
old friends here.
Harold Weaver, a little grand
son of B. F. Whiteaker has an at
tack of appendicitis and is in a
hospital in Portland.
After the band concert Saturday
night, the Independence orchestra
will take charge of the opera hall
and dancing will follow.
Mrs. Ilanah Miller a?ed SO died
at her home in Buena Visla Wed
nesday morning of dropsy.
Died, in Gervai. Marion county
Tuesday March 22nd, J. L. Courter
after an illness ot three months.
Hon, B. F. Jones, joint repre
sentative of Lincoln and Folk
counties was in town Wednesday.
Mrs Beatrice Molesworth of Port
and visited her sister Mrs. Lilla
The Hanna brothers hare taken
a contract to put 1.000,000 feet of
logs in Rittner creek, a branch of
the Luckiamute, fir Spaldings.
Miss Lilly Williams of Portland
who has been visiting her sister
Mrs. Fred Oberer for the past two
months returned to her home
A movement is on foot to or
ganize a Rathbone Sisters lodge in
Independence. The organization
will probably take place next Wed
I BUSINESS LOCALS.
Garden seed and field seed head
quarters, K. II. K box's.
Fools drnce April 1st, at Audi
toriuui. You are invited.
Fruits, candies, eto , always on
hands at Craven & Moore's.
The. Rambler, the Recycle, the
Hartford at Fraier A Rices.
Y. J. Morrison, of the Pedee
Lumber Co., was in town Saturday.
The Pedee company is now work
ing a force of fourteen men.
The J. E. Elkins property con
sisting of a house and two acres
was sold this week to J. H. Pat
terson. Consideration $475.
Mr. Adams an attorney of Salem
and candidate for circuit judge at-
. tended the Independence Improve'
ment League meeting Monday
The remains of Mrs. Anna Bigler
were shipped to Amity lor burial
Wednesday. Mrs. Bigler died at
her home in Airlie, March 20th, of
The first band concert of the
season will be given at the opera
houee Saturday night. This will
be the first opportunity to show an
interest in the proposed summer
band concerts by giving the band
the encouragement of your pres
ence on this occasion.
The St. Patricks' day dance
given by the W. R. C. at the audi
torium last Tuesday night was a
thn McArthur has returned to
Eogene and other points up the
valley. Mr. McArthur accompan
ied L. T. Harris on hia canvassing
tour a a candidate for congress.
J. L. Hanna sold a team the past
week for $350. The purchaser was
a farmer living near Newberg.
Mr. Hanna has purchased another
team from the Luckiamute Flour
ing Mill company. .
Mr. McAdams a brother in law
of D. B. Taylor arrived from Wis
consin this week. Mr. McAdams
is prospecting for a home in the
west and will probably make his
home in these parts.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Byers and
John P. Pomeroy and family have
arrived from Pennsylvania and
will cast their lot in these parts
Mrs. Byers is a sietsr of Mrs,
Thomay Pomeroy and John Pom
eroy is a nephew.
A letter received by Mrs. John
Fluke, from her son Ely, in Los
Angeles, states that L. C. Gilmore
formerly a resident of this city, was
mixed up in a runaway in San
Pedro recently and received injuries,
though not serious. Ely Fluke is
expected back in Oregon, within a
week or two.
Ice cream will be served at the
baiaar Thursday, March 31.
Decorated shelf paper at 5 cents
a roll at Craven and Moor's.
Shoe string dance April 1st.
Admission 75 cents, spectators 25c,
Just received a new line of bovs
and mens clothing at Messner's,
Remember that "Eli" the tinner
nd plumber is now with Frazer 4
Big surprise for spectators and
dancers at Rebekahs big dance
Read the program for the bazaar
at the opera house Thursday,
An orchestra of seven pieces has
been secured for the Kebekan dance
on April let.
Dennison's decorated crepe pa
per, the very latent designs at
Craven k Moore's.
Save time and trouble by leaf
ng your subscription for any mag
azine published at Craven it Moore.
Subscriptions taken for any
periodical published at the pub-j
Ushers' price, at Craven A Moore's
HaptlHt Church, liuleiwiHleiicf
Sunday School at 10 A. M.
Preaching at II A. M.
Prauur lita) 1 1 II IP ThunJuva
i mj vi !
7:30 P. M.
All are cordially Invited to our
Aktiii'H 8. At I KS, pastor.
Methodist i:iUcol Church.
Corner of 5th and Monmouth
streets; Rev. W. W. Edinondson,
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Morning service 11 a. m.
Class meeting 12 tu.
Evening services 7 S0 p. m.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday
evening at 7:30.
The parsonage ia next door to
the church and the pastor will be
pleased to see you and render any
! Mc CALEB,
5 THE PHOTOGRAPHER
will make your Picture, enlarge your
Photo, or fiunish you an elegant Frame,
We will make Puctic School Chlldren'i
Jit Twenty five ceuts per Dozen,
Calvary Presbyterian Churcli.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Morning worship 11 o'clock.
Endeavor meeting 2 p. in.
Evening worship 7:.'!0.
Prayer meeting Wednesday even-
ngs at i :30.
Cbis is tk Cite
of the yesr wlim every man ir a
Good Practical Watch, one thai glvra the
correct lime, one lliat will a good lime
piece fur 20 yssr.
Sunday school at 10 A. M.
I'toi iMM r i i ivv iti as i
Keystone Leigtie of Christian 1 Q')
Endeavor at OVId 1. M.
Evening seryire at 7:'-M o'clock.
MifS Ethel Hmwii. superinten
dent of K. L. C E.
To ill' of thece services the pub
lic is invited.
1A,IK1. A. IVl.I.N'i, pastor.
N.O.Clodfelterleft for Portland to
accept a position inthe new poBtoffice
building as watchman. Mr. Clod
felter has beeh a resident of Inde
pendence for a number of years and
his many friends here congratulate
very successful affair. There was him upon his good fortune. The
a very good attendance and refresh
ments were served during the
evening. The W. R. C. sustained
their reputation as entertainers.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Thornton and
daughter of Illinois, visited at the
home of Wm. II iff the first of the
week. The Thorntons are old ac
quaintances of the Iliff family hav
ing lived neighbors to them in
Illinois They have been visiting
in California and stopped here on
their return to visit Mr. Iliff and
family of Mr. Clodfelter will join
him in a few months.
Cascade Lodge No 92, K. of P.
located at Falls City is showing
progress. It was organized two
months ago with nineteen mem
bers. Since then a lodge of Rath
bone sisters has been organized in
connection with it and last week
the lodge had exemplified the great
love ot Damon ana rythias on
which the order is founded by pro
duction of the classic Demon and
What's the matter with suppy
ing yourself with nice dishes while
they are tj be had. See Knox's
Frazer it Rice now have their
1904 stock of bicycler in and would
be pleased to show them to those
who are interested.
W. W. Percival, of Independence,
Oregon, is ia the Market for fat
stock of all kinds He pays the
hiehest Market price.
The ladies have a large assort
ment of aprons, kamonas, fancy
work, etc., for sale at the Bazaar,
Thursday. March, 31.
The ladies of the Christian
church have decided to have the
bazaar Thursday, March 31, in
stead of April 1, as announced.
We are agents for the far famed
Walkover shoe and will carry a
complete line of this well known
shoe in the late styles at Messner's
An outfit of tinner's tools have
been received and ''Eli" the tinner
is ready to do any work you may
need in his line, at Frazer & Rice's.
Now'a the time to bay your dish
es. Knox has just uncrated 1500
pounds of glass and china ware.
The assortment is complete and
prices you can't beat.
Preaching every 2nd and 4th
Sundays by Key. E. C. Wigmnre,
Sunday school 10 A. M.
v. p. s. c. e. fi::;o p. m.
YOU HAVE TO EAT
Why Not Make it
A PLEASURE !
CMs is I S c Kind
Miss Margaret Owen announces
in this issue that she has just open
ed a new millinery store in Mon
mouth and every body is invited
to call and. look oyer her stock and
get prices. Goods, good as the best,
prices low as the lowest is the motto
at Miss Owen's millinery parlors.
The burglars who entered Eakin
A Dicks store last week were prompt
ly arrested npon reaching Port
land. They were disposing of the
stolen goods when Detective Ker
rigan took them in. They have
been brought to Dallas and ars
held in jail awaiting the next term
of circuit court. Tbey give the
names of Forbs and DeYoung.
Forbs is a small man and DeYoung
of ' large stature. DeYoung ' is
thought to be the leader.
Many persons buy Flour
thinking that on kind
is as good as another.
When you buy cheap
flour you miss all the
pleasure there is in eat
ing, for no one can make
good bread out of poor
flour. One of the best
brands of Flour to be
had in the Market is the
made by the fc'idney Pow
er (Vs. water power mill
at Sidney, Ore. Just try
GOLD DUST FLOUR.
P.uy one Hack, the price
is only $1.00, and the sat
isfaction and good bread
you will have will linger
long in your memorv.
KoK SALE uy
F. S. WILSON,
AT THE STAR GROCERY
INDEPENDENCE, - ORE.
A. KRAMER & CO. ,(!
ot Wntch'-i c ari wKinjj for lt. H, 110
f 1 - a 1 1 . 1 fl.", ttnd it 'Mni (.lock on hniid
1. 1 f lucl IfnlU.
p--, -s f ?" . ,;s .
Don't forget Chat frank $ Back
in the Restaurant Bu$lne$s
MEALS AT HIS PLACE 25c, AND UP
OPPOSITE KNOX GROCERY ON C STREET
BOARD BY WEEK OR MONTH
.1. T. Buckley,
PHIL METSCHJt-V, Pr:.
C. IV. Kf OWI.ES, Mgr.
$I.OO 0I.O tt.00
"Just in the uick of tlmo our little
hoy was saved" writes Mr. VV. Wat.
kins of Pleanant City, Ohi. "Pneu
monia hsd played hmI havoc with him
and a terrible couifh net In
Doctors treated him, hut he grew
worse every day. At length w tried
Dr. Kind's New Discovery for Con
sumption, and our darling was aaved.
He'ii now sound, and well." Every-
body oufjht to know, It's the only sure;
cure ror coughs, U)M and all Lung;
diseases. Guaranteed by A. H. Locke
Druggist. Price 60o and fl.OO. Trial
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL CO.
SEVENTH and WASHINGTON STS.
PORTLAND, . . . OREGON
near tittle Palace Rotcl
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
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pm G L Hawkins
Monuments and Head
stones CVmetery ,
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INDEPENDENCE, .... OREGON