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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1904)
Social and Personal.
Aura Ford was over from Dallas
in Portland the
Geo. Brer was
last of the week.
Mi Maggie Tomeroj waa
Falls City over Sunday.
Mrs. Ed Owen and daughters
were in Salem Saturday.
Mr. Lottie Dorris spent a few
days in Salem the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ireland
are visiting in Independence.
Miss Sereta Sax of Portland is
J. It. Collins is visiting in Laba.
Mrs. Robertson of Portland is
visiting her son Grant of this city
Iff raid Jorgeson of Dallas was
in Independence Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs- Ireland came up
from Portlaud Saturday.
Mr a. August Sperling visited her
sister in Portland over Sunday.
Miss Pearl Squire was in Port
land the first of the week.
Zed Roeendorf was a business
visitor to Portland this week.
Wm. Talum of Dallas was in the
Mark Scrafford, the Luckiaraute
farmer and hop-raiser was in town
the guest of Miss Lulu Wilcox.
II. II. Jasperson was a business Thursday.
visitor to Portland this week. .Mrs. Dr. Cal breath and Miss
Claude Hubbard was a passenger L"
to Newport the first of the week. Mrs- IIurle' 8ond V-
Jap Rhodes returned from the
Pilot Knob mines in Nevada yes
terday. Mr. Rhodes has been gone
Mr. and Mrs. S. v. Bteeie 01 n . . v-- Uf v,;.K
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uuena mawerein inaepenuence gu KxpoiiUon tnd other
H. Clan field of Salt Lake pre
cinct was in town the last of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cooper return
ed Sunday from a few day 8 visit in
Mrs. Fay George at Arlington
has been visiting at the home of A.
Miss Marie Nunn of Vancouver
was the guest of Miss Olive Has
tings a few days the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Day of Day
ton Wash, are visiting Mr. Day's
cousin Mrs. Joe Hubbard.
Dr. Thompson was called to Cor
vallis Monday to conduct the fu
neral of Mrs. Taylor who died Sunday.
eastern points. Mr. Virgin will
be gone three months.
A fine new locomotive just out of
the shops of Portland arrived Sun day
morning for the I. & M. Motor
Company. Engineer Wilson is the
happy man who took her over the
road on her initial trip.
Charley Smith gathersedjfrom his
raspberry bushes, Saturday a fine
lot of delicious berries the Becond
crop of the season. He also has
strawberries but not quite as many
as he had in June.
Mrs. Job N. Arnold of Toledo
has demonstrated conclusively
that lemons can be grown and
ripened in Lincoln county says the
Reporter. She has in her posses-
Claude Fryer left Monday for jsion a sample of the fruit taken
Salem where he will enter bis
junior year in the study of medi
cine at the University.
The family of M. M. Porterfield
from south of town is moving
into the Jim Hanna residence on
from a tree at her home here, last
Saturday, which is one-half pound
in weight and nine inches in cir
cumference and thoroughly ripen
The utter lack of demand for
the corner weBt of the Presbyterian young men in important business
church. positions who are to any extent
given to the honor habit, is dome
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Mr. and Mrs. wui onaier recent- more ftnd doing it hfsteT, to lessen
ly moved to the Burch place, now drunkenness and discredit ita de
owned by Prof. Rice, three miles V6tees, than all the attempted en-
soutn oi independence. forced prohibition ever undertaken.
Elzie Odborn is in a Salem Notwithstanding Salem's numerous
Hotpital. Friday Mr. Osborn was saloons, it is very seldom a drunk
nnAMtfwl nnnn for anhfindinitia and man is Been, especially a drunk
TOCKTON & CO.
The Old White Corner and the Dalrymple Store.
& Great Money Raising Sale S
Trcroomious price co....ion on .v,r,lhinK I, lh... lr quality .toro. Tl.u..ml. ol ';'" "h f ...
good. l..vo been received at both .tore,, ami all will bo Merited in order for ua l. raia. nipn-jv Think oflt.
We must raise $50,000 in 60 days
Thomas Kay Woolen Mills Flannels
Double fold, 54-inch special $!.&"
Double fold, 58-inch special 1.35 yd
Double fold, 60-inch special 1.35 yd
56-inch .Oxford grey clothes,
worth $1.25. Special
COc novelty suitings reduced to
Rabbit skin llannelettes,' regular
1 2 Jc values. Sale price.
20c Kimona flannels. Sale price.
12J Kimona flannels. Sale price.
11.25 and 11.50 white juilis.
New styles for waistings just re
ceived from New York. They
are the regular 50o grade. Our
. 35c yd.
New Suit Cases Just Received.
This style, genuine sole leather suit case, with fancy holl
and lining and box shirt fold.
The greatest case in America for tho price
As our sales protean day by day the crowds get largo,
larger, and public enthuniaatn grows The reason our big iu.r, hM
grown so suddenly in publio Tavor is this: Ws carry the Iml
that the market rwducM, We treat our customers with t) utaMU
rourteny. We undersell our comprtllors without Indulging In M.
dorhand method W never inisrepresenl ourselves.
You Need the Goods
We Need the Money
LET'S TRADE '
A great slaughter of his b-grade merchandise. An lionet Irglt,
imate sale conducted on principles that will make us friend ularj
a we remain in huin.
The largtvt and wont comprehensive tck of blgb-rritk
NEW STYLISH merchandise In lb. Willamette Vallry.
$20.00, $25.00 Suits for Men Reduced to $10.00
Boy's Suits $1.00 up. Men's Suits $3.00 up. Genuine
Riestley Cravenette Rain Coats Sale Price $9.00
is slowly improving.
Mrs. M. E. Mason returned to
her home in Eastern Oregon Mon
day after visiting in Independence
for several weeks.
young man. sucn an unfortunate
has no chance to become a part of
the important business world of to
The family of Sidel Walker will
occupy the house belonging to
Wesley Perry, while the new Walk
er residence is being constructed.
Miss Molly Smith, stenographer
for a leading law firm of Portland,
was the guest ol Mr. and Mrs.
Palmer of the Palace Hotel over
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Perry left
Sunday for a two months' visit in
California. While gone Mr. and
Mrs. Perry will visit relatives in
San Francisco, Oakland, and
The public school at Bethel
opened Monday with an attendance
of seventy pupils. Prof. A. C.
Hampton of Monmouth is principal
twhi!e Miss Richardson has charge
of the lower grades.
Dr. W. C. Brown, a former den
tist ofIndependence was recently
married at Burns, Eastern Oregon,
to Miss Simmons. Doctor and Mrs.
Brown's home is at Burns.
Miss Ethel Lemmon who had
the night work at the telephone
office left Friday for Monitor where
she will teach this winter. Mrs.
Wm. Barnett accompanied Miss
Lemmon as far as Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stapleton in
company with M. L. Couvert and
Stephen Thompson of Vancouver
have been truest) at the home of
Dave Stapleton. The gentlemen
brought three fine bird dogs with
them and while here enjoyed a few
rlsrs of brmfirte.
Capt. A. Fay, master of the
steamer Toledo, trading into Ya
quiua Bay, is meeting with much
encouragement in his attempt to
establish closer business relations
between this valley and Coos Bay
points. He passed through the
city last week, spent some time in
Albany, and left on Monday fori
Portland. He expects to establish
a regular line of steamers between
Yaquina and the Southern Oregon
Coast in the course of a few months.
This is an enterprise that should
be heartily encouraged by our
people. Corvallis Gazette.
Dr. G. L. Tufts, superintendent
of the State Anti-Saloon League, in
a speech at Pendleton Wednesday
night, said the counties which
the league expected to carry
for the abolition of saloons are
Tillamook. Benton, Polk, ' Yam
hill, Lane, Douglas, Crook, Wallo
wa, Morrow, Malheur, Wasco, and
Linn. He said an election would
be called for in each of these coun
ties and if prohibition did not carry
in the counties as a whole it would
be enforced in precincts giving a
majority for prohibition. Mr. Tufts
made speeches in this county last
Peter Shafer exhibits an ear of
corn grown on his Highland place
that is almost perfectly developed.
It is of the stock feeding variety,
the seed of which was brought from
Nebraska by George Shafer last
spring. It is of dark red color and
the well filled grains on a cob a
foot long evidences the fact that it
is a specie adapted to Oregon soil
Buy your winter underwear of
New process rolled barley at
Independence Feed Store,
ton with sacks.
Fresh roasted peanuts and every
thing imaginable at Davidson
Messner is 'showing the most
complete line of staples and novelty
dress goods to be found in the
county. Come in next Sunday
and look the line over.
A good place to stop for a meal
in Salem is at Strong's restaurant
Meals at all hours.
Get Westfall of Monmouth to do
your paper banging.
PIANO AND ORGAN
Dr. Mary Cole. Monmouth, Ore,
Office at residence.
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 Moore & Taylor's, the
barbers on C street.
Messner has his full line of wet
weather goods on the counters
ready to serve you. Rubber boots,
over shoes, rain coats, slickers, rub
ber hats, umbrellas etc. Prices
very little different from last year.
Our clothes must fit or we keep
them. We don't make cheap
clothes but good c'othes cheap at
the New Tailor Shop.
Get a sack of Crescent stock food
for your cow at the Independence
We have some bargains in bug
gies. A few jobs we wish to close
out, Frazer & Rice.
Get A. B. Westfall of Monmouth
to do you painting.
Have your clothes made in latest
styles at the New Tailor Shop.
Don't forget that anything for
poultry or stock is to be had at the
Try Meeener's new line of gro
ceries for your stomachs sake.
Don't forget to call at Davidson
4 Hedges when in town. Com pie t
line of cigars, tobaccoi, candies. !
Your opportunity to buy a piano or organ right here at home. Every
instrument fnlly guaranteed. Product of tho world's greatest factories.
Prices better than you can got in Portland. Easy payments if desired.
Come in and get a FREE copy of the celebrated Cable March and Two
Step and also a book containing tho Old Favorite Ronga.
Allen & Gilbert RamaRer Co.
Cor. Monmouth and Main Sts.. Independence.
Let everybody attend the dance
at the Auditorium .Saturday night
and hear Independence's , big or
chestra just re-organized.
Lee's Lice Killer and Lee's Egg
Maker at tho Feed Store.
The music for the dance at the
Auditorium will be furnished by
Independence's newly organized
orchestra. New tSIent and the best
of music is guaranteed.
Don't overlook R.
Co's special sale ad.
M. Wade &
For Rale, .Rent, Wanted or similar
notices three lines In thin colnmn,
25oenti: one month 75 cents.
W. G. S HARM AN Merchant
tailor, Bank building, Indepen
TOILET PAPER "
One Week Special Sale.
A. S, LOCKE
4 for 25c
3 for 25c
FOK SALE House and Barn with
half block; beautiful location in
North Independence. Joe Pick
FOR SALE A choice Polk county
larm or over dUU acres can be had
at very reasonable figures. Ad
mirably adapted to stock raising.
Enquire at this office.
FOR SALE Six month's old
Poland China sboats, eligible to
registjr. Also some young Po
land China pigs, best breed.
Write or Enquire of 0. C. Sloan
World's Fulr Ilaten Kitendci).
Through the efforts of the Great
ionnern Kailway, World's Fair
excursion tickets will be sold on
October 27, 2S, and 20, in audition
to October 3, 4, and 5. For full
information apply to any Great
To whom it may concern: all in
debted to the undersigned is r.
quested to call at our place of busi-
nees and settle accounts on nr
fore October 10, as tbe firm changes
hands on October 1, md we -wi.K
to coles all accounts.
Mr. and Mrs. W
daughter visited in
A. Messner "j
8omu for the Skin.
Mrs. J. W. Richardson, Sr., J'
the agency for the celebrated Ci
fornia Medicated Healing Soap.
is recommenced Ur ull skin o
eases and is sold at JO cents
or three for 25 cents. Try the d
G. A. HURLY,
Attorney at Law ana
Collections Promptly Made-
Ea.t Side Main Street,
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