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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1904)
.Social and Personals
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Miss Nell in Burke returned from
The Dalles Tuesday.
Chester Slumber- cme up from
Mr. Ld Mrs. John ord were
oyer from Dallas Thursday.
Wm. Mackev returned from
"Grandma" Irvine was over from
Dallas this week.
Mrs. J. II. Cook of Portland has
Wen vimttnf at the home of M. 8
Bessie rhilips Stoll has filed suit
to the circuit court to have de
clared void her marriage to George
Stoll. J. N. Hart appears as attorney.
Mrs. Alioe Whitcomb and child
reo left Saturday for Seattle where
they will make their home.
Miss Clare Marian of Astoria ar
rived yesterday and is attending
the Normal school. Mis Marian
Mrs. Julia Douty visited friends u .tavint at the home of Henry
in Independence this week.
Missee MinU and Orbie Taylor
were in Salem Tuesday.
Georw C. Mittie of Salem was
transacting business in Indepen
Mrs. Win. Tatum of Dallas visit
ed friends in Independence this
F. A. Douty was up from Tort
land on business the first of the
Mrs. A. Robinson returned to
Mrs. E. A. Ward of Lane county
formerly of Independence was iu
the ' city yesterday. Mr. Ward
is being treated ai ;uon mourn
by Dr. Crowly for appendicitis,
Stock shipments from Indepen
dence the past week have been:
W. W. Percival, one car load of
sheep Tuesday; G. T. Boofhby, one
car load inursuay; u. r. fryer,
one car load Thursdav.
Ira Connett, a youth confined in
the Albany jail awaiting trial for
Portland Thursday alter a short the forgery of his brother-in-law s
visit in Indeoendence. name to a check, sawed his way to
liberty Tuesday evening. While
Mrs. U A. Kitchen and daughter I -itin nrtljiminarv hearing last
Stella left Tuesday for their home h b k , ,, Rt Sodaville
at Centralis Wash, after an extend
ed visit with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Damon and
daughter, Mis Nellie, and Mrs.
Geo. Kutch were Salem visitors
J. M. Westfall. a new comer from
and was afterward
8. II. McElmurry was over from
Linn county this week looking af
ter the survey for .the division of
the McElmurry estate. The estate
contains 1,600 acres of land and
Iowa, has recently purchased the the final division was made this
Jamison property in Monmouth.
The annual M. E. Conference
iuBt closed at Eugene assigned the
Rev. E. W. Elayer to the Indepen
dence church. Buena Vista will be
supplied by J. A. Mears.
Oregon cattle sales for 1903 net
ted $9,335.00. On iu ranges last
The Knights of Pythias had
another enthusiastic meeting Wed
nesday night. Money came in
freely from the source of dues and
a number of applications for mem
bership were received. The. local
K. of P. order is in very healthy
year there were 750,000 head valu- condition.
.t f IS 000.000. The Eastern
AornanA for Oregon cattle is eunr- ftD IrB
j t j i family arrived
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The good result of the county
court's visit over the roads in these
narts are visible at the Rickreall
J as. Graham and
from Hood River Wednesday and
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are guests at tne nome oi jonn
Dickinson. They have been at
Hood River since March having
bridge. The approaches have been formerly come frow iowaf where
Mr. Dickinson lived before moving
west. Mr. Graham's ttmily will
reside in Independence.
repaired at both ends and the road
traveled a few rods out from the
bridge. , ,
The charge of assault with a dan
, 1- T 1
gerous weapon, in wnicn jane
Brown was plaintiff and Sterling
Haines defendeht, was dismissed
in In'uiifo Wilann'x cmirt Tuesday
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n ,ment Brown nurchased CDurcn rau7 ana TOmman,on
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TOCKTON & CO.
The Old White Corner and the Dalrymple Store.
Great Money Raising Sale
Tliounndn of tlollan worth of new
hi ti ruiao tnoili'V. Think nf if
goods luve bwn rwelml at both .tore., ami all will Do .acrmccu ... .....v
We must raise $50,000 m ou days
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Tremendous price coiwowion on everything in wri iu m v , " 7r
.. :t.i in itnlitr liir
Thomas Kay Woolen Mills Flannels ) vk
Doublo fold, 54-ineh opecial $1.0f
Double fold, 68-inch special 1.35 yd
Double fold, 60-inch special 1.35 yd
56-inch Oxford grey clothes. 12J Kimone flannel. Sale price.
worth 11.25. Special ' 9c
7-1 $1.25 and 1.W) while quiUs.
COo novelty suitings reduced to PrJc-
Kabhit skin tlanne.lettes, regular New WaistlngS
12c values. Sale price. New styles for waist. ng, just re-
ceived from New York. They
' are the regular 50o grade. Our
20cKimona flannels. Sale price. Price
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 the price
As our sales progress day by day the crowds gl largon
larger, and public enthusiasm grows 1 he reason our big u.r hM
grown so suddenly In public for w c" 11
that the market mdurM. We treat our customers with th uIomsi
courtesy. We undersell our competitors without Indulging lo bo
derhand method We never misrepresent cursives.
You Need the Goods
We Need the Money
A great slaughter of hls-h-gre.de merchandise. An honest Int
imate sale conducted on principle that will make us friends hImj
as we remain in business.
The largeet and most comprehensive stock of hib-graJ
NEW STYLISH merchandise In lh Willamette Valley.
$20.00, $25.00 Suits for Men Eeduced to $10.00
Boy's Suits $1.00 up. Men's Suits $3.00 up. Genuine
Riestley Oravenette Rain Coats Sale Price $9.00
any title Haines nvgnt nave to a
lease, and the criminal charge was
L. L- Carter, the architect,
prepared the plans for the build
ings to be erected on the Krebs
Bros, hop ranch before picking
time next year. There will Jbe
forty buildings besides a large ware cannot enjoy that serenity of mind
house. Krebs Town will be con- for which every one longs is evi
siderable of a village ten months denced by a letter received by Post
Special Rally day at the Presby
terian church next Sabbath. At
10 A. M. the Sabbath school wi
have its rally. At 11 A. M. the
7:30. Special mueic through the
day and evening. Every member
of the church is entreated to be
present, and all others are most
cordially invited to join in these
That the owner of an automobile
Mildred Bryant, aged 18, com
mitted suicide in Salem Tuesday
morninc bv taking an oyer dose of
strychnine. She lelt a letter say
ing she could not live without
Charles Pennell, her lover who had
been preparing to go to Forest
Grove to school. The girl is said
to have been addicted to novel
Judge Coad is in receipt of a
. resolution by the Lewis and Clark
State Commission, appropiating
the sum of $1,000 $500 $300 and
$200 to the four counties making
the beet exhibit at the Fair next
year. This is offered as premium
money and is additional to the of
fer to re-imbum each county $500
when it has expended as much as
1,000. Another opening for Polk.
Dr. and Mrs. Knoblauch arrived
the first of the week from Metamo
ro, Iowa, and are spending a week
visiting and taking in the country
about Independence. Mrs. Knob
lauch is a cousin of Mrs. Charles
Tliff whose guest she is. From here
Dr. and Mrs. Knoblauch will go to
Fortland for a day or two.lnen to the
Sound and return by way
Master Merwin this week. The
letter is written from Aberdeen,
Wash, by L. F, Derkin. He says:
"Having heard of an Automobile
blowing up near your city, killing
one man and injuring two others,
I would like to bear all the par
ticulars, would you please an
swer this note and tell all about it,
as I own an Auto and am quite in
tereeteu in tnem. riease let me
know who's make it was and
whether a gasolene or a steamer.
Kenry and Orin McElmurry
were out driving near their home
at Lebanon a few days ago and"!
met Mr. Brook man in an automo
bile. They had the usual experi
ence. Toe horse turned suddenly
upsetting the buggy ahd throwing
the occupants out. Orin was cut
and bruised about the face and
knocked senseless. At the request
of Henry the cbaffeur stopped
and held the horse until he could
look alter Orin. 8. H. McElmurry
was in Independence the first of
the week and assured the West
Side Enterprise that suit for dam
ages would be instituted against the
cbaffeur. If all who Buffer loss at
their hands will take similar action
the Auto nuisance may be some
New process rolled barley at the
Independence Feed Store, $27 per
ton with sacks.
Get Westfall of Monmouth to do
your paper hanging.
Moore's Hair Invigorator and
KewhroV Hernicide for Uandrun
I and falling hair or diseased scalp
sold In bulk, 60c 8 oz., or applied if
necessary by Moore & Taylor s, the
barbers on C street.
The music for the dance at the
Auditorium will be furnished by
Independence's newly organized
orchestra. New talent and the best
of music is guaranteed.
Don't overlook R-. M. Wade &
Co's special sale ad.
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 the Feed Store.
Our clothes must fat 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
. j. t r i
gies. A lew joob we wiuu w nunc
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
Don't forget to call at Davidson
& Hedges when in town, Com pie t
ine of cigars, tobaccos, candies.
To whom it may concern: all in
debted to the undersigned is re
quested to call at our place of busi
ness and settle accounts on or be
fore October 10, as the firm changes
hands on October 1, and we wish
to colse all accounts.
Jose &. Bice.
PIANO AND ORGAN
Your opportunity to buy a piano or organ right hero at home. Every
instrument fnlly guaranteed. Product of the world's greatest factories
Prices better than you can get in Portland. Eay payments if desired.
Come in and get a FKEE copv of tho celebrated Cable March and Two
Step and also a book containing the Old Favorito songu.
Allen . Gilbert RamaRer Co.
Cor, Monmouth and Main Sts.. Independence.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to extend our heartfelt
thanks to those who so kindly and
willingly lent their attHistance dur
ing the sickness and at the funeial
services of our infant child.
J. L. Hunna.
Mrs. J. L Hanna.
Leonard, infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Hanna, at their home in
Independence Tuesday October 5,
of cholera infantum. Funeral ser
vices were conducted from the res
idence by Dr. E. J. Thompson yes
teiday. A large number of jople
were present. The remains were
interred in the I. O. O. F. ceme
tery. The bereaved parents have
the sympathy of the entire coma-
One Week Special Sale.
A. S. LOCKE
4 for 25c
3 for 25c
A Love Letter
Would not interest you if you're
looking for a guarranteed Salve for
Bores, Burns or Piles. Otto Dodd' of
Pouder, Mo. writes : "I auifered with
an ugly sore for a year, but a box of
Bucklen's Arnica Halve cured me.
It's the best Balve on earth. 25c at A. 8.
Locke's Drug Blore.
Broke Into Ilia House
6.LeQuinnof Cavendish, Vt., wa
robbed of his cu stoma ry health by !a
vasloa of Chronic Constipation.
When Dr, Ring's New Life PilU broke
into his house, bis trouble was arrested
and now he's entirely cured. They're
Sunday school at 10 A. M.
Morning service at 11 o'clock.
Keystone League of Chrintian
Endeavor at 6:30 P. M.
Evening service at 7:30 o'clock
Miss Ethel Brown, superinten
dent of K. L. C. E.
To all of these services the pub
lic is inyited.
Second and fourth Sundays, In
dependence, first and third Sun
days, Buena Vista.
Kfv. Chester P. Gates.
guarranteed to care,
Locke's Drng Store.
25c at A. 6.
Preaching every 2nd and
ounuavs by Kev. E. C. Wigmore.
Sunday school 10 A. M.
Y. P. 8. C. E. 6:30 P. M.
Methodist Kjlwopal Church.
Corner of 5th and Moamontb
froota. r.. XV V
Runday school 10 a. m.
Morning service 11 o1
Class meetinf 12 m.
Evening services 8 00 p. , )
Prayer meeting every
evening at 7:30. .
Th parsonage W next do
tv,. -i...' k ....I .1,.. i..ior w'"
hImiaiI in hm mil u nd render i
: r-r.- nurK
Sunday tchcx.l tlO "
Morning worship H
Endeavor meeting 2 P- ,n
evening worsnip o.y.
Praver meeting Wed nesdJ
Fresh roasted peanut uf -thing
imaginable t DTI