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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1904)
Social and Personal.
Roads getting muddy.
At Staau an Ahhe ciliien wm
in town Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ireland of
Corvalli speut Sunday in town.
Mr. and Mr. Warren Creasy!
were In Iortland over Sunday.
Will Campbell was in 'Cor? alii
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Wilcox have
returned from their wedding trip
in the land of sunshine and oranges
ot Southern California.
Mr. and Mm. Willard Ireland
after epending Thankigiviog with
relatives here returned to
borne at Corvallis yesterday.
Howard Gwinn. who baa been
seriously iU in a hospital at Tort
land, is Improving. Miss Bertie
Gwinn returned from visiting her
Claud Hubbard left yesterday
for McMinnville where be will
spend a few days before going on
Virgil Johnson, the merchant of
Airlie accompained by Mrs. John
son was in town Saturday. Mr.
Johnson leporta trade good at Air
Rev. V. II. Latourette of Mc
Minnville is in town this week
Rev. Latourette is engaged in the
work of revising the history of the
Baptists of the northwest.
Prof. Hampton, principal of
Bethel school was up Sunday
The Bethel school will give an en
tertamment and oyster supper on
the 15th, to raise money for a li
A. L. Craiir of the 0. R. & N.
and W. E. Coman of the S. P.
nasaed throueh Friday on their
from Corvallis. Mr. Coman
antfanoa ' nt ft heart v
Peterson & Dunbar will open
their vaudeville entertainment in
Independence on Tuesday, Nov. 29.
Admission, 10 cents to any part of
the house. Nothing but what the
most refined can witness.
Maud Hurt has about recovered
from her late serious illness, which
covered a period of ten weeks.
She is restored in mind, and Thurs
day returned to ber home in this
city. Other Creffield victims at
the asylum are much improved
and some of them are expected
Walter Eakin, brother of S. B.
Eakin, with his wife and daughter,
came to spend , some time visiting
his brother and sister. As be is
postmaster at bis home, town, Rick
reall, and runs a large store, he
will have to return at once. The
fnmilv will remain some time.
" At the regular meeting of the
Fraternal Union Saturday night
the following officers were elected:
C. F. Smith. F. M; M. F. Hubbard
Jistice; A. Hurley. Secretary; M E.
TTiltihmnd Treasurer: M. A. Rob
inson, Protector; M. 0. Fluke,
Truth; W. F. Campbell, Mrcv;
W. H. Walker, Guide; F. Finch,
Guard; F. F. fghorne, Sentinel;
Etta Walker, C. J. Taylor, S. M.
Bice & Calbreath, the furniture
men have built an additional room
to the rear of their store which is
to be uesd as a store room for their
second hand goods. Tbe front ot
what has been the second hand
store has been partitioned into two
parts, one to be used as a parlor to
the undertaking business and in
the other will be kept fine carpets
wall paper etc. The change will
be a decided improvement on the
frontal appearance of their business
The undertaking goods will be re
moved from tbe separata building
on the north to the rear of their
new parlor. Tbe room being va
cated by the undertaking depart
ment of Bice & Calbreath will be
occupied by Eli Strehlow Jhe tin.
ner who expects to open np a tin
ing and plumbing business in hU
new quarter! the firtt of the month.
Mrs. Wallace Huntley is waking
a month's visit in Tacoma, Wash.
Mr, Huntley accompanied her at
far a Portland, returning Monday
J, M. Oveho!ir appeared before
Justice Wilson Saturday and paid
a fine of 15 and costs aa tlit price
of a tnix-UD with Rev. Arthur
Allen. Since this matter wm se-
tied Allen accosted a lady, Mrs,
Host, on the streets of Monmouth
using very abusive language.
D. B. Taylor has purchased the
Norman Lilly farm near Corvallis.
The price paid was $9000. The
place consists of 145 acres, I0 of
which is iu hope. There are four
hop housee on the farm.
Mrs. Jasper Kennedy was
brought home from McMinnville
vesterdav. -While very sick she
stood tbe trip remarkably well.
Tht Southern Pacific very consid
erately stopped its train in front of
her residence making the removal
from the train to her room much
easier. Mrs. ivennmy was accom
panied by ber daughters, Mae and
The Knights of Sunbeam circle
No 570 of Monmouth, gave a pie
social In Woodmen Hall Tuesday
evening. Toe interior was neauu-
fullv decorated. Mrs. Alice Yeater will do well to
guardian neighbor, delivered the
address of welcome. The contests
afforded unusual merriment. Mrs.
Yeater won at a nail driving con
test over Mrs. Strain. Mrs. Minnie
Mack wen against F. Y. Mulkey in
a sawing contest. , In a chopping
contest with Messrs Baun and
Fuller entered, the latter won.
The pies on sale were of every
known variety and netted the
lodge a neat sum. Chocolate and
cider were served as refreshments.
Piling Up of Work Compels
Him to Prolong His Stay at
Hotel Gail In Dallas
Will Remain In County Stat Until
Demb 23, Whkh la Positively
His Last Day in Polk
This eminent and far famed
ijxH'ialmt ha met with such an
immense volume of business since
comintr to Dallas that he finds it
absolutely necessary to prolong his
visit to December 2:ird only. It is
a source of gratification to the doc
tor's friends to know that his skill
is being so well and appreciatingly
taxed. His patients are coming
from all parts of Oregon and bis
pstrous.so plentiful that his name
has become a household treasure
in hundreds of homes in this vicin
shoe x cibrry ljm i
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made in all
TtUS IS ONE
A heart party was given in hon
or of Miss Kathleen Ketchum Sat
urday evening by Miss Edith Owen
and Mrs. Van Dornsife at the
Owen's home. 1 A pleasant evening
was spent playing hearts, Mrs.
Edna Irvine, winning first prize,
while the booby prize fell to Miss
Laurie Burnett. .Refreshments
were served to the guests after the
finish of th6 game. The invited
guests were: jfcsa Kathleen Ketch
um, Goldie Irvine, Kate and Ruby
Kelso. Hattie Mix, Nola , Owen.
Bessie Butler, Louise Waller, Clara
Marion, Frances Cooper, Kate
Jones, Ivy and Florence Burton,
Laurie Burnett, Mabel Parker,
Cora Lowe. Cecile and ! Geneva
Wilcox, Pearl Percival, .Maggie
Pomeroy, Mabel Cressy, Mrs. Si
mon, Mira Kimberlin, Gertrude
and Bll Dickinson, Ella Robinson,
Miss Foster, Mrs. Edna Irvine,
Mrs. George Wilcox, Mrs. W. R.
Allin and Mrs. Florence Wbiteaker.
Wait Until You See Our Exhibit
By what right, earthly or divine
can Clackamas and Marion coun
ties claim before the show, to be
winners at the Lewis & Clark Fair
next year. Independence Enter
By the right that belongs to eve
ry Clackamas ccarfityite-tbe pleas
ure of living in the richest, most
resourceful and productive county
in the state, Polk not ercepted.
Oregon City Enterprise.,
But your claim is rejected for
lack of support. There is no war
rant for the statement that Clacka
mas is the "most resourceful and
productive county in the state Polk
not exceDted." For two years in
succession Polk has been pronoun
ced the leader of all the counties
at the Oregon State Fair.
Notice of Annual City Election
Notice is hereby given, that the
annual election for the city of In
dependence, will be held Monday,
Dc. 5th, 1904, at tae City Hall,
for the purpose of electing a Mayor,
Recorder and Marshal for a term
of one year: twft Councilmen for
term of one year, and three
Councilmen for a term of two years.
Judges of election: S. B. Walk
er. A- Hodge, 8. B. Irvine.
Clerks: U. L. Fitter, J. W
Richardson. . v
Poll opens at 9 o'clock A. M. and
closes at 5 o'clock P. M.
The following recommendations
of men so well known as Mr.
Raoey, Mr. Van Ordol are one of
the strongest reasons why people
should look Into the merits of Dr. j
Darrin'r cure Dei-ember 23rd
ill pvitively be h's last day here
and all contemplating visiting him
call soon as some
may need a second treatment.
Mr. P. A. Itacey'B Card.
To the Editor: In 1S9S I was
almost totally deaf in one ear. I
was counseled to try Dr. Darrin
then practicing in Portland. His
treatment cured me perfectly and
permanently so I have never been
troubled since. I was successfully
treated for catarrh. I have the ut
most confidence in the doctor's new
mode of treatment by electricity
and will gladly tell anyone of my
success at Jefferson, Oregon.
P. A. Racey.
A 8a I em Alan's Testimonial.
To the Editor: Seeipg so much
in your paper concerning Dr. Dar
rio'i cures I waa persuaded to try
him on my daughter, who had
been afflicted with a distressing
discharge ot .the ear and partial
deafness for. the past four years.
Under tbedoctor's mode of treat
ment she is healed. I reside at the
corner of Commercial and Mission
streets, Salem, and 'I am engineer
in the Capital Brewery. Refer to
me at either place.
J. D. VanOrsdol.
Dr. Darrin's Place of BuHjness.
Dr. Darrin can be consulted free
at tbe Hotel Gail, Dallas. Oregon,
until December 23rd, from 10
o'clock to 5 daily, evening 7 to 8
Sunday 10 to 2.
Tbe doctor makes a specialty of
all diseases of the eye, ear, nose
and throat, catarrh, deafness, bron
chitis, Ja grippe, rheumatism, dys
pepsia, heart, liver, bladder and
kidney diseases, or those who suf
fer from apathy and indifference;
also consumption, gemto-unnary
and skin diseases in cither sex,
such as blood taints, seminal weak
ness and lost vigor, varicocele and
The following is from the editor
of the Gold Hill News, and goes far
to substantiate the remarkable
cures of deafness performed by Dr.
Darrin now at Hotel Gail, Dallas.
Mr, Carey's cure has created great
excitement among the deaf afflict
ed in Ashland." Mr. Carey's, cure
was witnessed by Mayor Neil, of
He Can Hear a Whisper.
Gold Hill News.
' One of our friends and subscrib
ers, Mr. C. Carey, of Sam's Valley,
has been losing his hearing for
about a year. He visited the
"News" office a lew months ago,
and tbe subject of treatment for
his malady came up, when we rec
ommended Mr. Carey to wait for Dr.
Damn's visit to Southern Oregon.
Mr. Carey visited the doctor at
Ashland, and was so much bene
fitted that before leaving the doc
tor's be could hear a whisper.
Such cures sre wonderful, yet this
one is undoubtedly true. Mr. Car
ey said he had treatment from' a
number of physicians and spent all
he had in paying doctor bills, and
FALL HAT SALE
We are clearing out our Entire Line of Fall Millinery.
Now Is the time to got your hat. Prices will astonUh you.
lily MISS PEARL SQUIRE HATTCR
td to treat him tree of
charge, which was magnamimous
of the doctor.
A Dallas Ladjr'a Experience.
To the Public: My daughter.
I art fftftrsi old has been sorely af-
flioted the past eight years, with
deafness and discharging ears.
Through Dr. Damn's electrical
and medical treatment, I am hap
py to say the can hear about as
well as anyone, and tbe aiscnarge
baa stopped. I can recommend
Dr. Darrin at Hotel Gail. I will
answer all questions by letter or in
oerson at my residence on Court
street, Dallas, where I have lived
Mrs. Nellie B. Baird.
Friday the 9th of December, is tbe
datejor the Bazaar, the ladiei of
the Presbyterian churcu are preparing.
They will have on; sale many
beautiful articles of fancy work, be
sides numerous useful things for the
This will be a rare opportunity
for securing Christmas presents.
BUSINESS LOCALS. I
Moore's Hair Invigorator and
Newbro's Homicide 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.
Everybody knows the Keystone
fence. The place to get it is at
Huston & Simons.
See the new game of Sherlock
Holmes at Craven & Moore's.
TOILET PAPER .
One Week Special Sale.
Rolls - - 4ffor25c
Pocket 3 for 25c
AC T rrW PRESCRIPTION
Oe IvJmIJGi drugcbt
A Fountain Ten for 35c
I5ox Stationery 10c to $1.73
Kid lhuy Dolls 25c to 4.(30
Pencils, Crepe Paper, Shelf
1 Stoves Stoves Stoves I
Buy buggies and surreys cheap
now at 11. M. Wade & Co.
For service or looks you can't
beat our heaters, Huston & Simon.
Ranges, at long range or short
range from Huston & Simons.
Japanese collar boxes, glove box
es, necktie boxes, mats, trays, ink
wells etc. at CravenJA Moore's.
If you ars cold-footed, we have
the heater that will warm you up.
Huston and Simons.
Heating stoves at Huston & Sim
ons. Don't forget that for every 25
cent purchase at Craven & Moore's
you get a free chance on the ten
lo per cent off
on our entire line of Heating
Stoves tbe re$t of ibis month
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. This is the
most successful ; medicine in the
world for bowel complaints, and -is
tbe only remedy that will cure
chronic diarrhoea. Every bottle is
warranted. For sale by P. M.
so informed Dr. Darrin. who kind- Kiikland the Druggist.
eompUie Cine from Cheapest lo tbe Bcsi t
Best Liniment on Earth.
Ileorj D. Baldwin, fiupt. City Water
Works, Hbullaburg, WU., writes: "I
have tried many kinds of liniment, but
have never reoeived moch benant until
I uaed Ballard's Snow Liniment, for
rbeumatjsia and pain i. I tblnk It 'tbs
b"t liniment on earth." 26c, 60c, 11.00
Sold by A. 8. Locke, Independence;
L. 8. Perkins, Monmouth.
Rheumatism, lumbago and
pains yield to tbe penetrating inno
of Ballard's Bnow Llolnient. J
trates to the nerves and bone aaa
absorbed Into tbe blood. Its D"
properties are conveved to eT P.,
tbe body, and effect j
cur.. 25e. W. 11.00. 8ld
Locke, Independence; L. r