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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1904)
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A. Wing of LewisvMe u ia the
, Tbanon Mr. and Mrs. Clifford AlMien
wwriocn i t . . .
At the last meeting of the lew
Honor. Mrs. Georgia Walker was
m . 1 r & nm
elected ueiegaio aim -
Oberer alernate to grand Mire
wbich meets at Portland in July.
the poet week.
Dr. W. R. Allin was in Portland
Mim Wagner was in Salem the
Ust of the week.
Trivas McDevitt of Corvallis was
in Independence Sunday.
Henderson Murphy left for
astern Oregon last week.
Attorney J. N. HmI of Dallas
ipent Sunday in this city. t
M. M. Porterfield of Parker was
in Independence this week.
T. D. Campbell of Corrallis was
In the city the first of the week.
Webster Holmes of Salem paid
Independence a business trip Monday-
Ckas. Martia. of Lebanon visited
hlg mother, In Independence last
E. V. Daltou, county treasurer,
was an Independence visitor Mon
ay. Harry Wagoner ot Portland was
in Independence the last of the
Miss Marie Shafer was a passen
ger to Portland Monday to be gone
Mrs. I. .L Smith and Miss Ollie
Hastings were passengers to Salem
Mrs. M. B. Terrell, of Newberg.
visited with her son, L. W. Charles,
Mrs. Geo. Hawkins and son
Hermann of Dallas, were in Inde
Mrs. S. A. Mulkey, of Corvallis
spent several dayB the past week
with her daughter, Mrs. Thos. Fen
nell. Mrs. Carl Roe returned to her
home at Enterprise last week after
an extended visit with relatives
Attorney Oscar Hayter, demo
nrotiA run didate for state senator,
was shaking hands in Indepen
dence the first of the week.
Miss Ethel Lemon arrived in In
dependence Friday from Silverton
and has a position in the telephone
office. Miss Lrmon is a sister of
Mrs. Wm. Barnett.
R. E. Ferguson attended the
Odd Eellows grand lodge at Astoria
the past week. Dr. Ketchum and
A. S. Locke were also named as
delegates bat were unuble to attend.
Miss Rena Norton of Spokane,
Wash, is visiting her parents near
Airlie. Miss Norton is a stenog
rapher, and she with a number of
other young lady stenographers
from Spokane will start . soon for
the St. Louis exposition. '
. Hon. John H. McNary of Salem,
republican candidate for dis
trict attorney, was in Independence
Monday in the interest of his can
didacy. He went from here to
Yamhill county where he will
epend seyeral days.
The Eastern Star lodge of this
city pleasantly entertained the
Worthy Grand Matron, Mrs. Claud
Gatch of Salem, Monday evening.
A large number of the members
were present and a very social
eyening was spent.
Hon. G. S. Wright, of Mc-
Minnville, republican candidate for
ioint senator for Tillamook.iamniu
and. Lincoln counties, passed
through Independence Monday.
Hon, J. 8. Cooper joined Mr. Wright
" at this place and they together are
canvassing Lincoln county. ,
Misses Zela and Flov Henkle of
Portland were guests of Mis. Thos.
Fennell he first of the week.
Mrs. John Alexander of Ana
conda, Mont, is visiting at the
home of her fathar-iu-law, James
Mf. and Mrs. Frank Butler of
Falls Citr spent Monday night in
Independence on their way to the
state grange meeting at orvauis.
The Hill boys of Salem have
purchased a little gasoline boat
that is doing service on the river at
Salem. It carries half a dozen pas
Forty-five people went from In
dependence on the excursion to
Salem Sunday, and a smaller num
ber on the conductor's excursion to
Portland. The day was ideal, one
that an excursionist would natur
Wm. Reevea Dead.
, W. M. Beeves died at his home
in West Independence Wednesday
afternoon, May 18th, of paralysis
at the age of seventy-six years.
Farters! servies were held the fol
lowing day at the residence, Rev.
Edmondson officiating. The re
mains were buried in the 1.0.0 r .
cemetery. Deceased had Uvea m
the vicinity of Independence for a
number of yearB. He leaves a
wife and five children. Two of the
four sons are residents of this city.
I am prepared to drill tubular
weils on short notice. Water guaranteed-
Arch Sloper, Independ
ence. The Charter Oak Mill will be
removed to a Dew setting within a
few days, having cut all the timber
within easy reach of its present
Report of council proceedings,
crowded out of last issue, included
mention of the adoption of a resol
ution ordering sidewalks put down
in different parts of the city. Appli
cation of T. J. Gilpin for Baloon
license was received and the matter
is under consideration. Council'
man Taylor was granted a two
months' leave of absence.
Orville Buchanan, engineer at
the Charter Oak Mill, lost the index
fintrer of his left hand and the sec
ond and third were badly lacerated
in a mishap at the mill Monday.
In looking after the the machinery
Mr. Buchanan allowed his fingers
to eet caught between the pitman
and the disc of the engine and it
Gost the loss of his fingers.
Miss Nellie Burk, teacher in the
second erade of the Independence
public school met with an accident
at the school picnic at Kicfcreall
Saturday from which she is tempo
rarily disabled. Her injuries were
received as the result of attempting
to go to the rescue of little Rutb
Hodee and Gretchen Kramer whea
they were driven over by a FalU
City rig. Miss Burk with a party
of school children was seated on L.
Damon's hay-rack wagon, when
she observed the imminent danger
of the two little girls under the
horses feet of some picnicker who to
sav the least was absent-minded.
In attempting to alight from the
hay rack to save the children Miss
Burk fall and wrenched the knee,
rendering her helpless. She was
brought home Saturday and has
aince been confined to her room.' It
is thought however, she will be out
in few days.
J. A. Mills of Salem, formerly of
Independence was elected last week
at Astoria, liranu Mawr oi wr
I.O.O.F. Grand Lodge of Oregon.
for the coming year.
The total regUtration in the two
Tndnndeiic preoinctis, revised
and up-to-date is SiW as compared
to 343 two years ago; a gain ot .j.
or about 15i per cent. Attorney
lIrW roistered 159 voters and
- - 4 o
Justice B. Wilson turned in papers
Airlie was in danger of bein
destroy ml by fire Sunday afternoon
when the home ofThoinaa Wil
liams caught bro. A space ten
feet square on the roof was burned
before the flames were under oon
trol. Hard work on the part of
the citizens saved the hous. from
There will be no morning service
in the M. E. Church Sunday owing
to the memorial service in the G.
A. R. building. In the evening at
8 o'clock Mr. Edmondson will give
an address on ''Art thou a Roman?"
or "Recognition oi vnnsun vur
tenship " He would like to have
the voters ef Independence preeent.
An earnest invitation .is given to
all. You will be welcomed.
J. W. Streit, train agent, and J.
P. Jones traveling passenger agent
of the Southern Pacific Co. passed
through Independence luesday.
Mr. Streit is the eagle-eyed man
who examines your railroad ticket
on trains out of Portland and if it's
a scalpers ticket or defective in any
wav. like Candidate Bob Veatch,
objects, makes you pay full fare or
puts you off the train. .
The campaign opened in Salem
Tuesday night with a rousing re
publican rally. Senator C. W.
Fulton and Congressman Hermann
were the principal speakers. They
will speak at Newberg tonight
(Thursday), at Corvallis tomorrow
(Friday) and at Dallas Saturday
nizht. Hon. L. T. Harris of
Eugene and Claude Gatch of Salem
will speak here tonight.
On Sunday evening May 22,
Rev. Tiffanv of New York ad
dressed a large congregation in the
Baptist church. The theme of Dr.
Tiffany's lecture was local option.
Ha spoke upon tne existing conui
tions in our country from the
economic standpoint. He does
not, as some temperance lecturers,
uhnHp thn saloon-keener but stands
an avowed enemy to his business.
Dr. Tulany is a torceiui ana eio
quent speaker and held his audi
ence from the nrst. in" rnunie
fnr tha rwasinn wax furnished bv
the male quartet of Philomath col
lege and was greativ appreciaieu.
I BUSINESS LOCALS.
Take your wool ol,lr 10
Mock pastured by C.W.LH,nrd
at Monmouth, Oregon.
Young mm buy your suits at
Wanted Wool and mohair. Top
prices paid in cash at Messners
See Mrssner s ad for cut price
in summer waitings.
i l lunrcv and
wagon for sale by Fraier A Kite.
Wool sacks can be had from the
Peoples Cash Store, Independence.
Wanted, wool Top cash price.
Peoples Cash Store, Independence.
Messner buys wool and pay
highest market price.
Will you help us get ten car
loads of wool? Peoples Casn eior ,
Fine line of summer skirts at j
Messner wants all your chick
ens and eggs. They are just as
good as cash here.
A ood place to stop for a meal
in Salem is at Strong's restaurant.
Meals at all hours.
Put your wool in the Tolk coun
ty dooI. Wool sacks tree. See E.
E. Paddock, Independence.
Don't forget we will buy for eash
all the wool you can bring us.
Peoples Cash Store, Independence.
The pool obtains the highest
price for wool. Wool sacks free.
E. E. Paddock, Independence.
Those Clark and Parry buggies
are good sellers. They are the
best good for the money. It. M.
Wade & Co.
Frazer & Rice have on exhibi
tion at their store a Sida Delivery
Clover Buncher and Hay Wind
rower which in a success in vetches
and clover. Fits any mower.
Moore's Hair Invigorator and
Newbro's Ilerpicide 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.
The Corvallis Steam Lauudry
makss a specialty of gents goods
and lace curtains. Your laundry
called for and delivered at your
door. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Goods called for on Mondays- and
Tuesdays and delivered on Fridays.
Orders may be left at CraAen A
A male hog, registered Poland
China. Inquire of G. G. Hewett,
rHF DERY BEST CORSETS
on the Market today are
I JOYAL -WOnCKST KIl
i rp Royal lW9
! : Worcester fX7 S
if S CoracU. ' V f
All Grades anb Prices
E. E. Paddock
A fire started in the roof of the
Bohannon planing mill on Main
6treet Tuesday morning The
alarm whistle sounded and the fire
department responded but John
Bohannon with bis little Utica fire
extinguisher had the Are under
control when the boys arrived. A
hole was burHed in the shingle
roof but the damage was not seri
ous. No insurance was carried.
Fire started from sparks from the
smoke stack. ....
A second fire on Main street
started in the Independence cream
ery Monday afternoon but was put
out promptly with the hose ' before
it got under headway. Paraffine
had been left on an oil stove next
door to the office.' The melting
paraffine boiled over and blazed up
igniting loose paper. The alarm
was turned on5" andu the fire
boys were promptly on the grounds
but Clarence Clodfelter had re
duced the blaze with the hose. - 'A
few. minutes more start would have
been a disastrous fire.
A Positive Necessity.
Having to lay upon my bed for 14
days from a severely bruised leg, I on
ly found relief when I used a bottle of
Ballard's snow liniment. I can cheer
fully recommend it us the bext medi
cine for brumes ever sent to the a filiat
ed. It has now become a positive tie
oessity upon myself. D. R. Byrnes,
merchant, Doversvil'.e, Texa. 25c, 50c,
1, Hold by A. 8. Locke.
' RAILWAY CO.
dence for Mon
mouth and Airlie
(M SJ p. m,
dene for Mon
moDtn and Dallita
:15 p. m.
i , . , .
' 8:60 p. m.
, : for lwllu. .,
11:20 a. m.
fcao p. m.
Leave Airlie for
- :00 a. m,
i:06 p. m.
Leaven Dallas for
1:00 p. m.
McCready & Eahart
Successors to C. D. Calbrelh
Announce to the p ublic t h nt th ey will
keep on hand u full line of fresh up
to date QROCERIE5. ColLnnd see us
McCready Sr Eahart
Independence, . . . Oregon
W W i
New Harness iShop
And Everything Carried in an up-to-date
Harness Store. All kinds of Repairing
Promptly Done. Your Harness Oiled.
GIVE ME A CALL.
C J. KURRE
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Suver Camp No. 7.132,
Woodmen of Amrira will
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i.uir otu annual picnio at Kidder s
Orove, baturday, June 4th.
Modern ! y Kobert
Miss Fav Fnlkerson ii. dauir,.,!
in Portlaud with a case of appen
dicitis. She went to the motropolis
Saturday on a business trip and
was taken down while there. Her
father has gone to her bedside.
Veatch. . candidate r
give congress was in Independent 7.''
terday hut delivered no a""'1
From here he went to Delia whert
he spoke last night.
Mrs. Homer Hill Is visitinf i
tites ia Corf allia. '
Miss Alda Fruup