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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View This Issue
WKMSinE KNTKK PRISE, INDEPKNOKNCK, OKWJON
INDEPENDENCE SOCIAL BRIEFLETS si
W ait for the big how Monday
evening "Faust, or Why Woman
Mins Marie Shafer i visiting in
Mrs. Clarence Ireland is visiting
E. C. McLane came in from Sil
See elreet parade of Faust nt
O. A. Porter was in from Ruena
Mrs. Gault of Salem, is visiting
Mrs. Henry Hill.
Pratt Vieker was up from For
t Grove over Sunday.
Sheriff J. T. Ford was in tow n
JSaturday wearing leggings.
Fred Middlehani Kpent a (ou
tlays iu Portland this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Becker were up
from Buena Vista Monday.
Mies Lela Herren of Salem was
in Independence the first of llio
Mies Ella Smith of Salem visited
her sister Mrs. B. Wilson the past
I. L. Tatterson, collector of cus
toms for the port of Portland, was
Miss Ethel Shafer left Sunday
for an extended visit with relatives
at South Bend, Wash.
Several from Indepetdence at
tended the cantata "Queen Esther"
at Dallas Friday night.
Frank Fawk was in town Satur
day. Mr. Fawk is the democratic
candidate for the legislature.
Miss Louise Hopper, of Salem has
been spending a few days with her
parents at the Krebs ranch.
Mrs. Lottie Dorris and Mrs.
Trud Davidson returned Sunday
from a few days stay in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Clodfelter, of
Portland, after a short visit with
relatives here, returned home Friday.
Randolph IMoalf, advance agent
for Faust Opera troupe, is in town
and has arranged to play his peo
pie under thenuspioes of the Valley
Lodge I. 0. O. F.
Mrs. Thompson and daughters
from Utali arrived in Independ
ence the past week, and are visit
ing Mr. Johnson's family on the
Butler place across the river.
Malcolm Johnston and Judge M
A. Olhoun of Washington, D. C,
were in town this week taking or
ders for the official volume of exe
cutive documents and white house
There is a strong opinion that
the Oregonian is being well paid to
oppose the local option and many
think the Went Side will take the
same course for the same reason
Correspondence Dallas Itemizer.
The SiMx Indians will be repre
sented at the Lewis and Clark ex
position. Alex Catfish, a leading
citizen and prosperous farmer of
ths Siletz, will have charge of an
exhibit for which a number of the
Indians are already preparing.
The removal of the Corvallis &
Eastern shops from Yaquina City
to Albany has materially reduced
Yaqaina's population but the re
maining citizens find comfort in
the fact that while the railroad
may remove its shops and work
men, it can't taka away the mud
flats, change the tides or effect the
energy of those left.
F. B. Hawk, a passenger brake
man for three years in the employ
of the Southern Pacific Company,
was instantly killed in an accident
at the Jefferson street depot in
Portland Friday Morning. He
was caught between two cars and
his head crushed fiat. He had just
come in on bis train from Dallas
Mr. Hawk was making preparations
to move hit family, consisting of
his wife and little girl, to Dallas.
Dr. E. J. Thompson left Tuesday
Get vour wool ack at Messners
Voters, register with 0, A. Hur
Take your wool and mohair to
Uape seed at 4o a pound.
Wade ,v. Co.
A new line of gloves at Mea
ner; 2."e to t.50 per pair.
Wanted Wool and mohair. Top
prices paid in cash at Messners.
Wool sacks can be had from the
Peoples Cash Store, Independence.
Wanted, wool Top cash price.
Peoples Cash Store, Independence,
Will you help us get ton oa
loads of wool? Peoples Cash Store
Messner wants all your chick
ens and eggs. They are just as
good as cash here.
A good place to stop for a meal
in Salem is at StroncV restaurant,
Meals at all hours.
Put your wool in the Polk coun
ty pool. Wool sacks tree. See K
E. Paddock, Independence.
Don't forget we will buy for cash
all the wool you can bring u
Peoples Cash Store, Independence.
Hazelwood ice cream, the famous
pure Jund tnat melts in your
mouth and tastes better than any
Bishop Hartzer of Harrisburg, j for the east and will be absent from
Pa., preached to a good-sized audi
nce at the Evangelical church Fil
Geo. L. Rose, the hop man, and
Chas. D. Winkler were up from
Salem looking over the hop pros
pects this week.
Judge Win. Galloway, democratic
candidate for circuit judge, was in
town Saturday. From here he
went to Amity.
Joseph and Mrs. Albert attended
services at the Presbyterian church
Sunday, coming up from Salem in
D. D. Steel was in Inddependence
from Salem r. f. d. 3 Monday,
where he recently moved from the
Suver neighborhood. j
The most famous drama in the j
world, endorsed by the press, pul- j
pit and the people everywhere, will
be seen in the opera house May 16.
Miss Nellie Link of Airlie, wae
in Independence the last of the
week. Miss Link will start east
a.tout the 10th inst. for an extend
Dr. and Mrs. Gillis and Conrad
and Mrs. Kribs, drove up from
fialem Sunday, calling on Mrs.
Babbitt and visiting the Krebs hop
A game of baseball between the
Independence and Monmouth small
boys was played in Independence
Saturday afternoon resulting in a
acore of 8-21 in favor of theainde
a month to six weeks. One pur
pose of the Doctor's trip is to attend
the general assembly of the Pres'
byterian church at Buffalo. N. Y.,
and another is to be present at the
commencement exercises of the
University of Minnesota at Min
neapolis. Dr. Thompson is a grad
uate of the University of Minnesota
and has beeH chosen by the Phi
Beta Kappa Society of the college
to deliver the annual address this
year. It is no small honor to be
selected for such an occasion, and
it is safe to say Dr. Thompson will
honor his alma mater and the state
of Oregon. The graduates to be
turned out of the Minnesota Uni
yersity this year reaches the
enormous numDer oi ouv. xjt.
Thompson will also visit Boston
while east and return by way of
Los Angeles, Cal.
THE OLD RELIABLE
The pool obtains the highest
price for wool. Wool sacks free,
E. E. Paddock, Independence.
Mrs. Chas. A. Rice, of Mon
mouth, announces she will give lea
sons in oil, water color and China
Fauat's Show, which will be here
on Monday next, will give a street
parade, headed by their band at
noon exactly. See it.
Clark & Parry vehicles are thr.
best goods for the money. We have
the largest stock to select from in
Polk county. R. M. Wade & Co.
The ladies like Hazelwood ice
cream and the men like to please
the ladies. Obviously it is your
play to buy Hazelwood ice cream
at Simpson Bros., Monmouth.
American field fence is made of
Bessemer steel wire with tension
curve and patent binge stay
wires. It is galvanized before and
after making. R. M. Wade & Co.
Moore's Hair Invigorator and
Newbro's Herpicide for dandruff
and falling hair or diseased scalp
sold in bulk, 50c 8 oz., or applied if
necessary by J. 8. Moore, the barber
on C street.
"Faust, or Why Women Sin" is
a drama thf t is always welcomed
by the church-going people of every
nation, as it teaches a lesson moral
ly. When once seen it is never
forgotten. Opera house, May 16th.
I have recently purchased the
harness store in Independence of
W. II. Craven and am prepared to
do all kinds of repairing and oiling
of harnesses. The business here
tofore has been on the credit sys
tem. Terms now are strictly cash.
C. A. Kurkk.
G. W. JOHNSON & CO,
Young Men Look Well In Snappy Clothing
Made by -hfossBros. Sr Co.
Whoso wnfete Line we Handle.
The summer group shown i t!l"
nioture is worth atmlyinK tlmsu
ui-to-ilato younsstiTH vh insist on
WOll lauorvu mum; pun--'
Kvory jjnnnont uf this class War
inji tho chloss labi'l holds it's sliapo
and tit as imluriiigly as tlu- luavu-f
grades niado by tho same house
Tho coats are all kUton lined
and made of light weight materials,
such as Wool Crashes, 1 hum-spun
or Cheviot. . -
They are as thiol made as
most expensive tailoring, and
more distinctively styiisn.
While our stock is complete in
every department, it is time for you
to pick out your new suit. Karly
purchases permit of more deliberate
selections and the advantage of first
choice from unbroken assortments,
see tho values we can oiler you
At so Little a
Drop in and let us talk it over;
Sr'& KJ. Johnson $ o.
Six cows, four giving milk and
two will be fresh soon. Also one
Empire separator. Enquire of M
M. i'ofterfield, Parker, Ore.
Portland and Return Only
Tho Southern Pacific Co. is now
selling round trip tickets to Pert
land from Independence, lor $2.40,
good going haturday or Sunday,
returning isunday and Monday,
giving all day bunday and Monday
in Portland, the same arrange
ment applies from Portland, giving
rorlland people a chance to vmit
Valley points at greatly reduced
Wagons for Sale.
THERE JS NO SUBSTITUTE
Oue new wide-tire 4-inch wagon,
one old wagon and one second-hand
buggy. Inquire at C. A. Karre's
A Positive Necessity.
Having to lay upon my bed for 14
j dayi from a severely bruised leg, I on
ly found relief when I used a bottle of (
.Ballard's sdow liniment. 1 can cneer
fully recommend it as the best medi
cine for bruises ever sent to the afflict
ed. It has now become a positive ne
cessity upon myself. D, R. Byrnes, 1
merchant, Doversville, Texas. 26c, 50o,
fl, Bold by A. 8. Locke.
Stock and poultry hare few fl
trouble which are not bowel ami
liTsr irregularities. Blck
Draught Stock and Poultry Medi
cine if a bowel and liver remedy
for stock. It puts the organi of
digeition in a perfect condition.
Prominent American breeders and
farmer keep their herdt and flock
healthy by pivinc them an occa
sional dose of Black-Draught Stock
and Poultry Medicine in their
food. Any stock raiter may buy a
25-cent half-pound air-tight can
of this medicine from his dealer
and "keep his stock in Tigoroun
health for weeks. Dealers gener
ally keep Black-Draught Stock and
Poultry Medicine, if yours doe
not, send 25 cents for a sample
can to the manufacturers, The
Chattanooga Medioins Co., Chat
Rochills, Oa., Jib, SO, im,
Black-Drsught Stock tnd Poultry
kUdloine Is tha belt I erer tried. Our
took ww looking bsd whan yo lent
m tn medlein and now tha? are
fatting; so Una. Th.T art looking M
par mat. battar.
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ST. LOUIS AND LL POINTS
EAST NO SOUTH.
OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY
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Train Nu. 1 nrrivisin Albany in
time to connwt with llie M. P.
smith botitul train, a well n gi
ing two or th rw hour in Albany
In f re (lcrturt) of S. 1. Norlk
Train No. 2 connect with th
H. f. train at CVvall! nnl Albany
giving direct ervla to Newport
and adjacent txach8.
Train 3 for Detroit, Brtdteubuih
and otbf-r mountain rMorl leave
Allmny nt 7:00 a. in., reaching I
troit about noon, Riving am pie tim
to reach the Springs ame day.
For further information apply to
T. Cockhku,, Agont, Albany.
H. H. CnoNiHit, Agent, Corvallia.
6co. T. Rogers Co.
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