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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1904)
WEST SIDE ENTERPRISE, INPKPENDKNCK, OKEUON
S! 5 BUSINESS LOCALS. a- ,,,,. n,,,...! liideiioiMliuce
: INDEPENDENCE SOCIAL BRIEFLETS w!,;i,rt' .
WAWVAVwV , Unzehvood Ice Cream t Craven
". , 1'iul Moore's Saturdiiyft ind Sun
Miss Corn SmumI, netoo of Mrs.' .
(u.n-- Itrunk was in town y.-s-terd
W.iinn nt 11 A. M. ml 7:110
I'lllVlT Illl'OtilltC TIllHHll.lVII l ,
P. Connow.iy, nnd well known i J ' '7::!0lM. '
t ! here, in pluy'.njj loaihnu lady with j We are ngentH fur Buckeye Young JVople'n inei'tinj; Sumliyj
the Aldride Dramatic company. ' pumpn, Aormotor wimlniillsf. K. . t votiinv; al t ':!0 I'. M.
The company N now in Forest M. Wade t Co. : a it onliullv invited to mir ;
1). B Taylor rt turneil from IVrt-( Crove and may make this point. j T . T - , . K,.,.vi,', i !
i j v Icecream! Ice Cream! Tho let vu 1 " t r
,0 ; You .hould not fail to attend the ' Crc.itn o.on opens Saturday ami: Aktiii'H K Ai.u.n. paMor. ,
Dolph Norton, of Corvallis m m : l,auj C01u.crt i,v tlf, Xormiil Cadet Sunday at Craven A Moore's.
Ji-.eiu1ence. jRaml al Monmouth Saturday T. . ...,; !,.,, .!
Mark Savage, the piano man,
1 1T PAYS
7 Sherwih-Wiluams Paint
return-il from "'pht. The hand's tir.-t concert
you can get choice
, given here two weeks ago was well ( (,r(m,n A JIi)(,r
received. It will he hetter Sutur-
Sheriff Ford was over from
Claud Ilerren ha? returned from
a trip to I'or-.land.
da s and Sundays.
i Clark vV Tarry Vehicles have
Fred X. Stamp and IVil'oe H. Sp,.(.j,, corner irons, oil tempered
Sheik, students of the Cniversity spring, elegantly finished. Sold
of Oregon, attended the dance at l,v K. M. Wade A Co.
SamPanionreturiifdhoiuefn.nl the Auditorium lift Friday evpn
Corvalhs vesterdav. Mr- Stamp resides at Suvrr
here he owns a Lirce ranch. Mr.
' 1,1 Sheik was his auest durimi the ."'"th, Saturday , April Olh. from
W. L. Skipton, of Salem,
this citv yesterday.
Pud Cooper was a pas.er
the Summit today.
A chicken dinner will hi served
in the Woodman hall, at Mon
'2 noon to 7 p. in , hy the Ladies' i
! r .,.-;.! awi.,i.i- i'ImI. ii -.,.
:-r to - - "' " v "
A Damlv for Itiirns. I .
; Pr. Heri;lii, Tana, Ills., writes: "I
Mr. Mceser of .Monmouth went . ' i,aVe used Itallarit's Snow I.itiinii'iit;
to Corvallis Tuesday. i alwsys reenmiueinlcd It to my friemls, (.,,uk'li, oppressed, rattlinjr, raspiii!; mid
as I am eontiilent there is no better diltieult lireatliini;. Henry I. Stemns,
Miss Lola Stark was down iron) ,a,e. It is a dainlv for luinw. Thse ' ttrmririst, fliulliluirjj. Wis., write May
Falls City Wednesday. who live on farms are especially liable 'jl, Hull: "I liavy been selling Hal-
i to many accidental flits, burns, bruises ' lurd's lloretiound Syrup for two years,
Mrs. Ilerren went to Salem on a ; which heal rapidly wluu l'.allard's atid have never had a preparation that
business trip edneSilav. i Snow Linimeut is applied. It should : has lven Iwtter satisfaction. I itoth'e
! always be kept in the house for cases of ; that w hen I sell a buttle they come
J. Dornsife vas in Portland a j emergency." -oe, SOe, f I bottle. Sold tmck for more. I can honestly reeom-
i .llethotlist i:pl.HCOinl I liiiicli
Corner uf Tith and Monmouth
M reels; Kcv. W. W. Kdmond-on,
Sunday school 1(1 a. in.
Moruini: service 1 1 a in,
(,'l.iss meeting I '-' in.
Evening services 7 p. ni
Prayer meeting every N edm -d.iv
evening at T::'".
The parsonage is next door t.i
the church and the pa-tor i!l I
pleaded ' ) eo yoil and remler any
MADE TO PAINT DUILDINGS WITH
ItallanlN IIiir'Iiiiiini Syrup.
Immediately relieves hoarsw, eroupy
t'utai j I'resln terlaii t 'hiin li 9
Sunday sch d at 1 a. in.
M r 1 1 i n ti w(r-hip 1 1 o'clock.
Endeavor meeting '2 p. in.
Evening worship . :''i.
Prayer meeting Wednesday even
ings at 7:.'!0.
Thete i i !
of a lo U- I K
I i.e l!ie
ho ti.iint h;e !
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t i i u th'it n..ik. !
ii ! It 1' V t.t p -ii I, V
! 1 It "1 lie-n (
1!l,t I'.liUt . fof lr..,ty I
value of fi'iil ii-jj
few davs the first of the week.
I by A. S. Locke.
Mrs. Jo.-eph Baumgartner. a"jREP0RT
lem, was in Independence, Tuesday. I
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McLane olJNDEPENDENCE
Suverwere in Independence tniai NATIONAL BANK.
Miss Baker, a student of the
mend II." S5c,5tV, fl. Sold by A. S.
At Independence, in the State of Ore
gon, at the close of business,
March. 28, VJOi.
X'ormal has gone to visit her par
ents in Oregon City.
Loans And discounts
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Went tO j Overdrafts, wure.laml uns-ured
f j j rp, .,, C. H. Bomls to secure clrculatloQ
rfcuciouu uruirauaj. x urjr I Stocks, securities, etc.
make their home there.
Two thousand well seasoned oak
posts, at 7c each. J. M. Rhodes,
g lfc!k1Siaiifitl flhift' 4fo G 4Bk e9k 0k 4k4RfcMliMk4i4
1 2,."A) 00
Banking-bouse, turutture and fixtures I?.s;C 21
Other Kealestale owned - 13..500 00
Due rrorn N'at'l Banks (not reserve agents 418 9i
Due from State Batiks and bankers . 16.S27 74
Due rrotu approved reserve aents - 64, IT? 44
Checks and other cash items - . .445 30
Notes of other National Banks - 140 00
Fractional paper currency, nickels and
cents ...... 170 59
I.AwrrL Moxey Resxrve in Bask, viz:
Specie ... 18.815 80
Legal-tender notes - 225 00
Redemption fund with t S. Treasurer,
(5 percent of circulation)
CaDitat stock oald In - - - t 50.000 00
Surplus fund ...... 10,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes paid 8.4 ID 55
National bank notes outstanding . - 11,900 00
Dividends unpaid ----- W0 00
Individual deposits subject to check - 17.1,449 45
Demand certificates of deposit - - lfi.eyfl 2ti
State ofOrt'iton, as
County of Polk,
L, C. W. Irvine, Cashier of the above-named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
V. W. IRVINE, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Athday
of April, 1S04. O. A. HI KLEY,
Corbkct Attest: Notary Public.
I'SKALj r. w. Rrahs, )
, H. Hi km-hhbko, Directors
A. Niello. )
H. C. Merwin, of Kalania, Wash,
is visiting for a few days with his
brother, Marsh Merwin.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ilenshaw
ot Falls City passed through today
on their way to Lincoln county.
Mr. Patterson who bought the
Elkins place arrived Tuesday. He
is having his household goods
Prof. Dee Simpson has ben
granted a two weeks leave of ab
sence from his duties as teacher in
the public school on account of kis
Ernest Miller of Corvallis is tak
ing Roy Bell's place at the depot
this week, while Roy has gone to
relieve Mr. Lucas, station agent at
The Clover Leaf Rebek ah lodge
will send the following delegates to
the grand jury May 1 at Astoria:
Mrs. Sarah Irvin, Mrs. A. S.
Locke, and Miss Bessie Butler.
John Matney from Eastern Ore
gon and Louis Matney of Salem
araiyed Tuesday to attend the fu-j
neral of their mother, the late
Mrs. Julia Matney of this city.
The '"John Doe" indicted by the
federal grand jury at the time true
hills were returned against Mc-
Kinley, Puter and Marie Ware,
turns out to be Darpley, a young
lawyer of Salem.
The Queen Esther cantata to be
given shortly by Independence and
Monmouth home talent will com
prise fifty or more people and will
be one of the bipgest affairs of
the kind ever attempted here.
The fire company had a drill
on Main street yesterday testing! wed oak stock, with bent wood carTed
, T ,11 I drawers, bronze drawer pulls, hand
me ii use ik sm iiuauueu kj mej nibbed, rich golden oak.
hydrant on D ind Monmouth
streets and stood the test of 130
Makes n Clean Sweep.
There's nothing like doing thlnp;
thoroiigtily. Of all the snivel you ever
heard of, Kucklen's Arnica Salve la the
best. It Bweepa away aud cures burns,
sores, bruises, cuts, boili; ulcers, skin
eruptions and piles. It's only 2,3c, and
guaranteed to give Batisfaetiou by A. 8.
I'm ted Kviuiirollciil.
Sunday evh'vil tit 10 , M.
Morning service at 11 o'clock.
Keystone Le.'igtif of ChnMini
Endeavor at t : :! l M.
Evening eerviee at 7:.'!U o'clock.
Mi? Ethel ISrortn, tUlperinteii-
dent of K. I. V. K.
To all of thi'jie service the nub
lie is inyited.
Daniki. A. ron.i. pantor.
Preaching every 2nd and llh
Sundays by Rev. E. C. Wigniore.
Sunday school 10 A. M.
Y. P. S. C. 12. r,;:i0 p. M.
pill ill IlilM
Just Arrived and moro
of them on tho way
EVOLUTION OF TRADE
1 No. 3
f",ve taken their place ia the commercial
"world, to be bought and sold at prices
based on their cost by Progressive Mer
chants, it places high grade Sewing
Machines within the reach of ail, at their
I lew Spria
On Short Mice
Dainty Lace Effects in
Robina Satins, Etc.
No matter how low our prices our standard of
quality is always maintained.
Sbirt lUaist Cadics'
Will he worn thw Underwear
neasou. We are!
Hhowing the lutejXicely trimmed in
kinds from ,lace, embroidejy,
5 drawer drop'head cabinet, full quarter-
ro saic ar
pounds pressure, throwing wattr
high enough to go over any of th
R. M. WADE & CO.
J. R. CRAVEN, Mgr.
INDEPENDENCE, - OREGON.
Juot in from the
Kast. Prices trom
10c. to 75c.
in the new kinds.
Plows mul all Kinds
Ground While Von mail
INDEPENDENCE AND MONMOUTH
WATER and LIGHT CO.
Produce the Same as Cash at the
PEOPLE'S CASH STORE
We carry 3-1 ra.- anl w. i.hts ,,f WlLM1
I'lN'n I'AI'El;, ,hX I.mh.U of I'Al'KU
ii,; t . J
ininv UK! CO iUtlli'l' 1 1 r.,i, .1. . . i t
j ' '"'"nen. .- tug
stock to 'h.os,.fn,ll,:lllll,,n,iy,avj,I(nVtH
GEO. F. ROGERS & CO.
WHOLESALE PAPER DEALERS
Use a Bath Cabinet
in v., 1 1
L Prescription Druaoit i S
ruggist. Independence. X