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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View This Issue
WEST SIDE ENTERPRISE, INPKJ
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School Got with Four
The graduating exercises of the
tenth grade of the Impendence
High School will he held at the
Auditorium tomorrow, Friday
The graduates from the tenth
grade are Leeter KhoUe, can i
c,val Uattie Mix and Shelby
The program to ho rendered fol-
Soto.'Lone Indian. .Chad. Huntley
Soj0 Mr. Paddock
Violin Soto. . . . Mrs. Laura Snelling
The Future of the W est. .... . .
. The Lights of a Coutinent . . J
h .... .Hattie Mix
Joan of Arc..'.'. . . - Shelby Cooper
How to Economize Ouea lima at a
Great Fair Lester Rhodes
Address to Class, Rev. J. A. Brown
Presentation of Diplomas i . . . .
U.nK Atvhl I 1
On Saturday night the First An
nual Alumnal Banquet will be
"held. The alumni of thp public
school was not organized until this
year, and it promises to be a very
popular organization. Its mem
bership includes people prominent
in business and social circles. Fol
lowing is a list of the Independence
public school graduates that now
belong to the alumnal association:
Verd Hill, Maggie Pomeroy. Mrs.
O. D. Butler. Bessie Butler, Clar
nce Wagoner, Harry Wagoner,
Florence Wagoner, Claude Fryer,
Earnest Johnson, Ella Robinson,
Frank Richards.l Maud Patterson,
Jnanita Rosendorf. Lenora Shanks,
Mrs. Bessie Taylor Craven, Ivellie
. Pomeror, Claude Hubbard, Ely
Flukes, Mrs. May Johnson, Bertie
Moore, Mrs. McGrath, Claire Ir
Tine, Charles Irvine. George White
ker, Frank Whiteaker, Chester
Stumberg, Clarence Clodfelter, Mrs.
Clarence Clodfelter, Guy Walker,
Glenn Goodman, Lola Stark, Myra
ir;mwrlinf. Nola Owen. Kate
v.ihiim. Rlle Dickinson, Willie
Finch, Orden llaynes, Hatti GolTj
Dickinson, Vena GofT, Kdito
Joseph Wilson, Frank bnyder,
Ruby Kelso, Frances Cooper, iwnei
Walker, Julian Hurley, Iva Bur
ton, Inei Warner, Ross Nelsn
Mabel Cooper, Mrs. Wm. Camp
bell, Bertha Fryer, Claude Et'tes.
Following is the program for the
school entertainment Thursday
Chorus, Girls 1st. 2d aud 3d grades
Cantata, Dandelions, Daisies and
Progs 3 lower grades
Caltsthenio Drill ;,'" .
5th and Oth grades
r . Kubv Earhart
Dude Drill 3d and 4th grades
Recitation Nellie Damon
Quarrel 'n u
.Marion Butler, elena Bush
A Whistling Chorus... Lower grades
No side draft. Plenty of room
for horse between the tongue
and grain. Extra wide trucks.
High wheels. Horizontal crank
shaft. Ball and roller bearing.
Easy to operate.
R. SV1. WADE & CO.
The ladies of the Presbyterian j
church will hold their annual rose
fair on Saturday, June IS. The
beautiful cantata of the Howers wm
lw trivfln durinff the evening. The
cantata will consist of pretty song.
pretty costumes, recitations aim
The prizes for best collection of
Second best collection of 10. $1 00
Fir6t " specimen
Second " ' "
First " "
First " "
First " floral
J. R. CRAVEN Manager
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"5, 1 00
" red , 30
" yellow 50
The Albany Democrat, in n
mention of the closing of the cam
paign in Linn county, compliments
Editor Hofer of the Salem Journal
as follows: "Hon. E. Holer, of
Salem, a former member of the
state legislature, who had the dis
tinction of voting for the inont ap
propriations of any member of the
legislature, the gentleman who
stumped the state for Bryan and
free silver, gave an anti-local option
address, and also dictated to Linn
minty people how lo vole for
A valuable dog Monging to J. L.
McCamlles disapneare.1 -everal
days ago. Finder please return the
same and receive reoiird.
Born-ToMr. and Mrs. Frank
Loughary on the Luckiamute, Sun
day June 5. a son.
Remember the Cantata June IS
T uio tl. A. U. emamrmnl
..:- .-..r will Iw " H"" ulVr
from th-ir.th toll- ISUi ol jii k-.
polegalw from the A U d N .
I.'.. C. of Iiidep-iilen-e "dl l i
For Oahorn vetch rrpr. the
oly veteh tna--tiine. O.lK.rii Bind
er. Mower, lUkr and Esira.
call on J. 1! Mri. M -.m-uth,
lUve )Mu '! Mol'vi:e t
We, a iMnly, with
niir thanks to th l,o ,
j;nve their iMam' oo V
Day. t the otVuyr of ii,
line for their klmlur,
(if neral (iiloii I'oiii
Tho nu'inlwr of U J
church in iiinprnum i
thank tlKwe thai m kind; J
in rnterlainlng th t'"'i
1 the convention reent!jr V.
Ice cream every day at Craven &
: nnantitv from 5
ice iu ouj i"
pounda to 5 tons at craven
Be sure and hear the Cantata of
the Flowers, Saturday, June 18.
imDenine, jmvi 1
Big Bargains in Furniture
and Gents' at I WHMVl v
i T t . i! Next
Take the Boat and Come to Salei
You Wilt Save Money on Furniture, Carpets,
Wall Paper and Jill House Furnishings.
it to your
I E. E. Paddock
Our Carpet Department is a
busy place. Why? Becauso wc
have the best stock ot uarpets in
the Willamette Valley ana our
prices are below those of the larger
cities, nence we gei naue num umui
towns where prices are higher and
Sale of Iron Beds
OfFors the Ix)wcKt Tossille
Prices. All Iron l'.wls going at
marked down figures to make room
for a large (shipment on the way.
Full size Iron Beds $2.50
Do not 4
a Cart e
til you i
ion Tire, Patent Parasol v-
( Parasol is always in propc A
tion) Construction simple and
t oR!rato. - -
the Freight mzmjsBSEM 0