West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908, March 24, 1904, Image 8

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    WEST SIDE ENTEi;rRI6E, INPEPENDKNCK, OREliON
$ INDEPENDENCE SOCIAL BRIEFLETS . si
Ulemi IrtlanJJit up Irom Tort
UdA Omll Fluke hM been tiiiting in
Portland.
Mis Molli Johnson U Yisiiing
in CorT!li.
Chester Mulkey, of Amity, wa
in town Sunday.
Miss N1H Burke wai a Portland
Tisitor orer Sunday.
Win. MoAdams, of Airlie, has
bten in town this week.
Claude Lewis returned troun a trip
to McMinrmll Monday.
Will Walker was doing busings
in the county eeat Saturday.
W. G Sharman, Independence's
city recorder, was in Salem mondav.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Jones
a six pound girl. Monday, March
21,
Claude Marks was in town Tuee
day.
E. E. Staata of Airle was in
town Monday.
of Parker was in
15 fmmt laved I
Dee Taylor is Tisitioft home and
old friends this week before leaving
for Seattle.
P. V. PoveT. a Portland
blower and ex-politician was in the
city Tuesday.
Efan Evana
town Tuesday.
Mrs. George Conkey visited i
Dallas Sunday.
Justice Wilson and J. W. Kirk
land were Dallas visitors Saturday.
Willard Irelaud came down from
Corvallis Thursday to attend the
St. Patricks dance.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Welch have
returned to Independence from
Vewberir. when thev have been
- - - r
living for several months.
Mrs. Ella Irvine and son, Teddy
went to Portland Suaday. Mrs
Irvine has a position in the suit ds
partment of Olde Wortman & King
II. Ottenheimer and George Irwin
were up from Salem Sunday. Mr.
Ottenheimer has a hop ranch of 85
acres across the river trom lua
psndence and it was the interest of
glass this hep yard that brought him
! here Sunday. He is getting read
to make considerable improvement
I kla m,vA 1 1 L- n ruftef Hftlt Til P H 1
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.Maurice rowie, ui h-d aui
neighborhood atteuded the St.
Patrick dance.
I this locality. He will build anoth
er hop house and dry kiln t hi:
Ifnrinff and side UD the other fon
J. W. Richardson and Geo. j houses on the yard that heretofore
Burton made a business trip to j have been open. Arrangements
I are now under way for trellimng th
I Ottenheimer yard.
Salem Tuesday.
Arthur VanOrtwick came up
irom Portland to attend the St.
Patrick's dance.
Emil Waldman, grand chancellor
of the Knights of Pvthias order
was in town Tuesday.
Chas. Dick, a member of the
RIckreal firm that was burglarized
last week was in town Tuesday.
Mrs. Maude Ireland came down
with the gale from her Benton
county hop ranch home Monday.
H. H. Jasperson and W. L. Bice
Independence undertakers, made a
business trip to Portland last week.
J. E. Hubbard and Mrs. George
Conkey were among those attend
ing the Maccabee blowout in Salem
Monday night.
Miss Bessie Ireland attended the
St. Patrick's day dance at the au
ditorium. She was the guest of
Mrs. J. E. Hubard. her aunt, while
here.
C. A. Fitchard and son, Harold,
left Monday for Utica, N. Y. Mr.
Fitchard will return about the first
of May to keep in touch with his
hop interests here. Harold will re
main in the east to attend school.
Mrs. Thomas Pomeroy, Mrs. J. S.
Cooper and Mrs. R. II. Knox at
tended the annual state convention
of the order of Maccabees in Port
land this week. Mrs. Pomeroy was
a delegate from the Independence
lodge.
Clarence Wagoner and Otis
Duree, of Portland, were in Inde
pendence from Thursday until Sun
day. Mr. Wagoner acted th s part
of Philistus, the Roman senator, in
the play of Damon and Pythias
produced here Friday night, and
at Falls City Saturday night.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
W.M
One gallon No.' 1 pickles for
cents at Knox's.
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Read the People's
announcement.
Cash Store
Beans! Six pounds No. 1 white
beans for 25 cents at Knox's.
R. M. Wade & Co, have received
a carload of Buggies and Carriages,
Full line of ladies' best pocket
memoranda books at Craven &
Moore's.
Take your grain to the Indepen
dence mill on Wednesdays and
Saturdays chopping.
I waut boRS and all other kinds of
livestock and will pay you the top
price. W. W. Percival.
For Sale: Early seed potatoes.
Inquire ol Black Bros., Mix farm
or A. N. Halleck, Monmouth.
Mrs. Chas. A. Rice, of Mon
mouth, announces she will give les
sons in oil, water color and China
painting.
Johnson, the clothier, at Salem,
is the popular place for Polk coun
ty Deople to trade. Finest display
in the valley.
Elmer Johnson, living on the J.
R.Cooper place across the river lost
three of his x fine cows last week
from the effects of eatiDg larkspur
a poisonious weed growing in the
pasture in which they had been
running. Had not Mr. Johnson's
Attention been called to the fact of
the existence of the weed, six dead
:ow8 instead of three would have
been the result.
from New York, The New Things in
Shirt-Waist Sets. An elegant line of
them. Also a line of new Belts
and Belt Buckles. Call and see
them at Messner's.
A look at our stock and prices
will convince you we are headquar
ters for field and garden seeds of
all kinds. English rye grass,7 cents;
orchard grass 12$ cents; onion sets
10 cents a pound or 3 pounds for
25 cents; English dwarf Essex rape
4 cents at R. H. Knox's.
We are agents for the following
makes ofHgh Grade Shoes. The
Walk-over and Selzs Royal Blue for
dress shoes, M D. Wrells & Co.
Heavy Shoes for men, the Dist. 76
for boys and girls, the Radcliff for
the women. There are no better
lines made than the above. Call
and see them at Messner's.
BY BUYING
CLARK . PARRY
VEHICLES
Our CLARK made to order lino
has many special features not found
in any other make. New styles
Elegantly finished. Special corner
irons. Bodies will not open. Easy
riding springs. :::::' :
We Buy in Large Quantities. You do not pay
us a Middle-man's Profit nor Excess Freight.
R. M. WADE & CO.
J. R. CRAVEN, Mgr.
Independence - - Oregon
Wo want to imprt'M upon your mind tho fact
that we can ncll y Keld fence. Whilo we
have been wiling the Keystone fencing but ft
abort time, tho fanners are quick to recognize
its meritH and our sales are increasing rapidly.
We carry it in stock from 2." inches to 40
inches in height. We also have a good Klock of
I'OUl.TKY FKNt'INU.
FRAZER & RICE,
INDEPENDENCE, QUE.
We Sell Barbed Wire by the Mile
P. s-7- s-7.
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PEDEE LUMBER CO.
Hough and Dressed Lumber.
Kiln Dried.
Bills Cut to Order. Trices Kight.
Call on or Write
PEDEE LUMBER CO.
PEDEE. OREGON.
AND
OREGON
Shout Line
Union Pacific
TRAINS FROM PORTLAND DAILY
Through Pullman standard and tour-
i. nura ,luilv In Omaha Gill-
cairo, Spokane; tourist sleeping-oar daily
to Kansas City ; through mil man tour
ist sleeping cars (peraooaMv conducted)
weekly to Chicago and Kanpas Citv;
reclinirie chair cars (seats free) to the
East daily.
Cured t'oiisunipt Ion.
Mr. B. V . Evans, (.'liarwaler.Kan.,
writi: "My tiusliaiiil lay Hick fur three
month. The doctor en id he had
quick consumption. We procured a
bottle of Ballard's (lorehouud Kyrup,
aud H currd liiin. That wait nix year
ago and since then we have kept a
bottle in the houe. We cannot do
without I;. For okikIih Hi)d colds it
has no equal." oc, bOc ami f 1.00. Hold
by A. H. Locke.
ISilsincNN Opening.
For Sale Country more in Polk
county. Good location. Probable
value $3,000. For particulars en
quire at this office.
'0
HOURS
Porrlaland to Chicago
No change of cars
70
DEPA KT
FOB
TIME SCHEDULE abrivs
FROM POKTLASD FROM
Chicago Halt Lake, Denver,
ortland Ft Worth, Omaha,
pecial Kansas City, bt. 4 .do p m
We havejuBt received by express Hunting- East.
IAM1.
D ra o gin g Painsf
tlantic Salt Lake, Denver,
Express Ft Worth.Omana,
8 : 15 p in via Kansas City, Bt luau a ra
Hunting- Louis, Chicago
ton. and i.at.
Pt Paul Walla Walla.Lewis
FastMail ton,Spokane,Wal
6 am via lace, Pullman, 7:35 am
Spokane. Minneapolis, fit
ram, Duium, Mil
waukee, Chicago
and East.
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE.
For San Francisco Every five days at
8:00 p.m. For Astoria, way points and
North Beach Daily, except Sunday, at
8:00 p. m ; Saturday at 10:00 p. ru.
DaUv (ervice. water permitting, on
Willamette ane Yamhill rivers.
For ful'er information ak or write
your nearest ticket auent, or
A. L. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent,
The Oregon Railroad A Navigation
Co., Porrland, Oregon.
ft ev St.
Chicago. III.. Oct.. 2. 1902.
I suffered with falling and eon- T
geition of the womb, with severe
pains through the groins. I uf- K
fered birrihly at the time of men
truation, had blinding headaclu-s l
and rushing of bloxl to the bruin, tf
What to try 1 knew not, for it b
seemel that I had tried all and r1
failed, but I had never tried Wine , '
of Cardui, that blensed remedy for W
1 T J 1l -1 t4
sick women, l iouna n. pionmun
to take and soon knew that 1 had
the right medicine. New blood
seemed to course through my veins
and after using eleven bottles I
was a well woman.
Mrs. Bnsh is now in ptffect
health because she took Wine of
Cardui for menstrual disorders,
bearing down pains and blinding
headaches when all other remedies
failed to briny bsr relief. Any
sufferer may seenrs health by tak
ing Wine of Cardui is her home.
a
The first bottle oonvinoes the pa
tient she is on to road to nealtfe.
special aireroioni, nirni, iiiuf
symptoms, "iue Loath Advisory
Medicins Co., Chattanooga, Tean.
ELECTRICITY
IM YOUR HOME
Conveniences Within Reach
of all Users of Current.
SHADES
CORD ADJUSTORS
' FROSTED LAMPS
INDEPENDENCE AND MONMOUTH
WATER and LIGHT CO.
PAPER! PAPER!
We carry '.'A grade ami weights of WIJAP
l'INU l'Al'KU, mx l.raml ,f PAl'KIl
JiAfJS;all kin..N.fTVINE!Uifllmt,Ht
a 1 1 v
tiling tho coiiHitner of j.njier (hirfrt. A hig
stock. tochooHc frmn at inoiicyHavinL' ju iccH
GEO. F. ROGERS & CO.
WHOLESALE PAPER DEALERS
SALEM, - - OREGON
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Use a Bath Cabinet f
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jneu are an a i most sure cure or CMt
and JUinniafiwi. I mil scl mu a
genuine BUCKEYE VJI'O; c Jj
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$4,00
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