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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (April 14, 1904)
WEST SIDE KNTElUMilSE, INDEPENDKNCE. OKEUON
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Dr Allen wai a psffwiper to
Mr. Baldwin was in Salem tbe
fiit if t)e week.
(Jeo. W. Kutch is improving bis
cottage on C street.
John Moran was a passenger to
Mrs. Conkey was a Salem visitor
the firt of the week.
Mrf. E. E. Taddock and fainilv
are Waiting in Salm.
Mrs. D. Whiteaker and nephew,
John Whiteaker. were in Salem
Mrs. L. M. IlaU and Mrs. Claude
Skinner yisited in Salem the first
of the wwk.
The Knights of Pythias have
work listed for next Wednesday
evening in the second and third
The family of R. Simpson, who
has been occupying the Presby
terian manse are moving to Mon
mouth. County Commissioner Teal
stopped off a few minutes in Inde
pendence Sanday on Us way to
The family of J. P. Byers recent
ly from Pennsylvania are moving
into the house owned by Chas.
Al Herren and family will move
to Salem next week. The dwelling
where they have been living will be
occupied by Mr. IlifTs family.
The poplar trees in town have
become unpopular. Dr. Butler re
moved four large specimens this
week from the eaBt of his residence.
Normal Cadet Band will give a!
big dance at the Auditorium April
15. Music will be furnished by
'the entire band of twenty-four
Mr. Girard. father of Geo. Girard
of this city, died at the hospital in
Salem Tuesday, April 12th. The
remains wre brought to Indepen
dence for burial.
J. H. Hawley and John Howell
of Monmouth, with W. T. Hoffman
and Jasper Rhodes of Independence,
left for Neyada this week, to look
after their mining interests.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Huston are in
Portland where they were sum
moned by news of the death of
Mrs. Huston's father, Mr. Popple
ton, who died Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. John Turner ar
rived Monday from Lennox, Iowa,
and are visiting with their daughter,
Mrs. Frank Green. They are de
lighted with Oregon and have
come to stay.
The pile driver crew and bridge
carpenters are making their head
quarters at Independence this week,
while engaged in constructing a
new steel bridge across the Luckia
mute near Parker.
Clarence Hamilton, of the fim
of Buren & Hamilton, was in town
the first of the week. Mr. Hamil
ton is one of Salem's live awake
business men, and has business in
terests in tfee county.
Wm. Middleham and son Fred
of Los Angeles, Cal., arriyed in In
dependence Wednesday and will
probably locate here. Mr. Middle
ham resided here some twenty
years ago. He is a nephew of Mrs.
W. G. Cressy.
The Queen Esther Cantata by
Independence and Monmouth tal
ent will be given April 29 and 30,
Mrs. E. E. Paddock plays Queen
Esther and Jay Powell King
Ahasuerus. Prof. Newton has the
cantata in charge and Mrs. Babbitt
is pianist. This charming play
will be given under the auspices of
the Lewis and Clark club.
The Y. M. C. A., of Salem, will
have the Hon. Henry Watterson at
the Salem opera house April 19th, 1
at 8 p. m. Mr. Wtliroti will do
liver his great lecture on "Lincoln."
This will be a treat and all should
hear Mr. Watterson.
U. MeConneil a farmer living
near Kings Valley accidentally shot
and killed himself with a rillo yes
terday. He was about sixty years
of age, and leaves a wife. Inter
ment will take place in the Kings
Valley cemetery tomorrow.
The machinery has come for the
'Independence" boat and it is all
put in place, with the exception of
one or two pieces and will probably
be ready for launching within a
very few days. A contest for the
election of a young lady to christen
Capt. Skinner's new boat has not
been arranged for as yet.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hamilton and
family, Missee Fannie, Emma,
Katie and A manda, Gordon and
Mack Hamilton arriyed Tuesday
from Kooxville, Tenn., and will lo
cate in Polk county. They are
seeking residence property ir In
dependence for the present and ex
pect later to locate on a farm.
Residence property is still in de
mand in Independence, local people
as well as new comers being willing
to engage dwellings at a reasonable
rate in advance if some ons will
A Good Company.
MRS. BEATRICE PIERKE
Will give a Piano Recital in
The announcement that Mrs.
Beatrice Barlow-Diei ke of Portland
is to give a piano recital within
easy reach of all Polk county lovers
of music, is the most important
news of an artistic nature yet pub
lished in our local press. A com
bination of personal friendship and
other fortunate circumstauces has
made the engagement of Oregon's
famous pianist possible. Mrs.
Dierke gives her recitals only in
Wiedemann's Big Show, the at
traction at the Opera House for 3
nights, commencing tonight, April
14th, is a strong organization carry
ing 25 people. The play for to
night is the 4 act comedy "Down
in Egypt " a study of Southern Illi
nois. Between acts, 4 strong vaude
ville features are introduced, mak
ing a continuous performance. The
prices are 25 and 35 cents. Seats
are now on sale at Locke's Store.
One Becond handed Btardsley
Hop Press. Enquire at this office.
Wanted to Rent.
A bedroom, on a porch preferred,
easily accessable. Address
Reasonable, Care Enterprise.
Two thousand well seasoned oak
posts, at 7c each. J. M. Rhodes,
Ballard's Horehound Syrup.
Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy
cough, oppressed, rattling, rasping and
difficult breathing. Henry C. Stparns,
druggist, Sbullsburg, Wis., writes May
20, 1901: "I have been selling Bal
lard's Horehound Syrup for two years,
and have never had a preparation that
has given better satisfaction. I notice
that when I sell a bettle they come
back for more. I can honestly recom
mend il." 25c, 50c, 1. Bold by A. 8.
BUSINESS LOCALS. I
Highest price paid for Mohair by
Uazelwood Ice Cream at Craven
and Moore's Saturdays and San
days. Messner wants all the Mohair in
Polk county. Consult him regard
We are agents for Buckeye
pumps, Aermotor windmills. R.
M. Wade & Co.
Call at Messners and examine
the new wash gloves for ladies;
cannot be torn or faded.
Ice Cream! Ice Cream! The Ice
Cream see son opens Saturday and
Sunday at Crayen & Moore's.
The Ice Cream season is here and
you can get choice Hazelwood
Cream at Craven & Moore's Satur
days and Sundays.
Clark & Parry Vehicles have
special corner irons, oil tempered
springs, elegantly finished. Sold
bv R. M. Wade & Co.
l.cr wlo-n sh n'ak.'a h.-r appear
mice in the ait centers of Europe.
Sver.il yea' ' Mr Pinke ie
fused a larger sum of nu ney for fiftv
concerts in the eastern cities under
the direction of the celebrated
manager, Henry UVifrun. She
has a repertoire at lr command of
over 500 concert pieces from the
greatest masters. Her progrom
w ill include selections from (Jluck,
Rubinstein, Sehuman. Chopin, and
the Sehubert-Tanssig "March
Militaire"and Liszt's arrangement
of the "Tanhauser Oveiture " AH
these numbers while strictly das
other Rosenthal, tlodowskl and
Malek predict a great triumph lor
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MRS. BEATRICE DIERKE,
The Sherwis- Williams Paint
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hing that adds to the telling '' or writing Valu (
k good paint. There i nothiff that makes a ,
There is not
honiemore hom-lik. than giMKi paint, u ,y. . y. -The
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our largest cities, .and it requires
unusual effort on the part of the
local management to insure satis
factory financial guarantees, ana
great generosity on the part of the
artiste, who. however, has the well-
deserved reputation of being pr-
ticularly gracious to her friends.
Mrs. Dierke has won for herself
a plase among the foremost living
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pianists, several oi wnom, among
sical. are bright and pleasing and
can easily be enjoyed by a popular
audience, especially when played j
by such an artiste. - j
It has been decided to fix the
price of admission at 50c, although j
It has been the minimum price
heretofore charged for Mrs. j
Dierke's concerts. Further par-.
ticulars will appear in next week's
issue and on the bills.
01 II M
This week we received some more
New Tilings in Spring Goods. It
is worth your time to call and
look these new goods over.
In This Lot w
We have a fine
patterns in blue
turkey red and
start the price
at 50c each
Highest Cash Price for Mohair.
PEOPLE'S CASH STORE
On Short notice
Plows and all Kinds of
Ground While you (Unit
INDEPENDENCE AND MONMOUTH
WATER and LIGHT CO.
MJJ NfcsJ' Vis? t xtj vs- vaa
LITTLE PALACE HOTEL
RATES: $1.25 to $2.00 per day
Special Attention to
Rate, to Families or A ingle Peraon by
Week op Month
J. M. STARK, Proprietor
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