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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View This Issue
WEST SIDE KXTEltrKISE, I NDE PEN 0 ENC E OKKCJOS
.VlWMkm BUSINESS LOCALS. 1
INDEPENDENCE SOCIAL BRIEFLETS s:jw
:S ...... ......itltlllimY Vnti'rs, register with 0, A. I lur-1
Armine Young visited in l'ort
Unit the past week.
U. v. and Mr. Edmondson were
in Corvallis last week.
Mif Kan Robinson returned
from Portland Saturday.
Mies Hattiellartman v a pae
senger to Perry Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Wasonor
of Portland were here last week.
Mrs. Nellie Grave returned to
Independence kt week from Cali
fornia. Fred Moienman of Tacouia,
Washington was in Independence
Born To the wife of Warren P.
Creasy at South Bend, Washington,
April 13, a boy.
Hoy Knowles of Oregon City was
a Ruest at the home of John Dick
inson last week.
Allen Patterson of Portland, son
of F. E. Patterson was in Indepen
dence this week.
Miss Katherine Miring of
Salem spent several days this week
with Mrs. E. Young.
Mrs. Van Meer of Seattle, a for
mer resident of Independence, is
visiting relatives here.
H. E. Lounsbury of Portland,
traveling freight agent for the S. P.
Co. was here last week.
A. W. Cooper and son Marcus of
The Dalle? returned home Satur
day after visiting a month with
Miss Bessie Butler went to Port
land Saturday "to be gone several
months. Miss Butler will be sales
lady in the "Portland" millinery
was in Portland
The family of Sherman Lemon
formerly of Independence are now
in Redlands, Cal. Mrs. Lemon's
health is very much improved
Bince going to California.
J. W. Morley and family arrived
last week from Colorado Springs,
Colorado. They are tor the pres
ent located at the Oppenheimer
place across the river.
Chas. Huntley has recently pur
chased from J. H. Collins, the old
Talmage mill site. Charley says:
"Strawberries will be blooming
there by another season."
The Polk county mohair pool
has sold the spring dip at 34 cents
a pound, which is about 3 cents
above the market -price. The lot
consists of 50,000 pounds and was
purchased by H. L. Fenton.
The Wiedemann Show Company
played in Independence three
nights of last week to the general
satisfaction of a large crowd each
night. This company is one of the
best of its kind on the road and de
serves liberal patronage.
The K. of P. lodge, always actiye
in some line of progress, this week
began improvement of the Mon
mouth cemetery. A new fence is
being built around the grounds,
trees are being pruned up and the
appearance generally improved.
Miss Ruth Cooper, daughter of
D. J. Cooper of The Dalles has
been the guest at the home of J. S.
Cooper the past week. Miss Cooper
was among the American girls that
went to the Philippine Islands in
1902 as teachers. She Uught the
Filipinos for a term and has also
tiught the American Indians. Miss
Cooper is also a trained nurse hav
ing graduated from the New York
Hospital, N. Y.
J. K. Johnson was up from Cor
T. House was in Corvalli the
first of the week.
Mrs. Will Whiteaker returned to
Mrs. X. O. ClodMter is visiting
relatives in Portland
P. M. Kirklaud was a passenger
to Portland Monday.
Dave Sears and his mother Mrs.
McQuery were in Portland a few
days this week.
The family of Wm. Helvie ar
i rived in Independence Monday
from Dayton and will locale hre.
Miss Molly Johnson went to
Portland the first of the week to ac
cept a position in a photograph
E E. Holcomb returned t
Kansas Ciy the first of the week.
His father living at that place is
Mrs. Henry Clodfelter and
children of Mill City have been
visiting in Independence the past
week. They will oon change their
place of residence from Mill City
The Social Whist Club was
pleasantly entertained by Mr. and
Mrs. Will Walker at their home
Friday night. The first prizes were
won by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hub
bard, while Mrs. L. Damon and
Geo. Conkey walked off with the
Ueef scraps and chick food at
Frazer & Uice's.
Rape seed at lowest prices. U.
M. Wade & Co.
If in need of stationery see u.
Craven fc Moore's.
We hope you have read K.
Wade & Co.'s display add.
Frazer it Hice have a
variety of styles in buggies.
The dance given by the Normal
Cadet Band at the G. A. R. Audi
torium Friday night was a very
pleasant affair. A special motor
wis run from Monmouth bringing
down a eood number. The ladies
of the W. R. C. served ice cream
and cake in their banquet hall dur
ing the evening.
Miss Charlotte Robertson was
married Sunday, April 10, to Wes
ton Snellen barger, in Portland.
Wedding cards announce the newly
married couple will be at home to
friends at 788 Marhall street after
May 1. The bride is a daughter of
L. W. Robertson and formerly
lived in .this city.
A pleasant little surprise party
was given Olen Whiteaker by his
friends Saturday evening. It was
the celebration of his 14th birth
day. After pitying various games
refreshments were served and the
children departed about an hour
later than their usual bed time.
Present were: Emma Ilenkle,
Grace Wallace, Nellie Damon,
Antha Hartman, Vivian White
aker, Gould Cre.-sy, Maurice But
ler, Frank Kirkland. Glen White
aker, and Kcsey Eld ridge.
THE OLD RELIABLE
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Absolutely Pure r
WERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Wool sacks can be had from the
Peoples Cash Store, Independence.
Fruits, candies, etc., always on
hands at Craven it Moore's.
The Rambler, the Racyclft, the
Hartford at Frazer it Rices.
Wanted, wool Top cash price.
Peoples Cash Store, Independence.
Remember that "Eli" the tinner
and plumber is now with Frazer &
Wo make a specialty of lace cur
curtains. Coryallis Steam Laun
dry. Will you help us get ten car
loads of wool? Peoples Cash Store,
Another car load of American
Wire Fence just received by R. M.
Wails 4 Co.
Tb3 White House! The White
House! New spring goods have ar
rived. Call and see.
Take your grain to the Indepen
dence mill on Wednesdays ant:
I want hons and all other kinds of
livestock and will pay you the top
price. W. W. Percival.
Furnished rooms to let, also eggs
from Lace Wvandotte chickens for
hatching. Mrs. W. L. Bice.
Don't forget we will buy for cash
all the wool you can bring ns,
Peoples Cash Store, Independence.
Frazer & Kices warehouse is
packed to overflowing with new
busgies and there are more to fol
Mrs. Chas. A. Rice, of Mon
mouth, announces she will give les
eons in oil, water color and China
Frazer & Rice now have their
1904 stock of bicyclee in and would
be pleased to show them to those
who are interested.
W. W. Percival, of Independence,
Oregon, is in the Market for fat
dtock of all kinds He pays the
highest Market price.
Laundry called for and delivered
at your door by the Corvallis Steam
Laundry. Mondays and Tuesdays
call days; delivery on Fridays.
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.
The Corvallis Steam Laundry
makes a specialty of gents laundry.
Goods called for and delivered or
orders may be left at Craven &
Clark and Parry vehicles are
stronger built, better finished,
easier riding springs, and better
quality throughout than other
vehicles that are eold for the same
price. You can see then at R. M.
Wade and Co.'s.
Beardless seed barley; enquire of
II. W. Murphy.
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