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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1904)
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Social and Personal.
Pava Simpson of Airlie wu
Independence vWtor yesterday
Pat McArtbut and the rata cams
U town Sunday.
Rev. Elayer is taking a course at
Willamette University in Salem
Tom Jellison of Amity came up
to attend the Leap Year ball Sat
J. L. Caron ant? family left Sun
day for Winlock, Wash., called
hither by the lllneei of Mr. Caron'a
January 19 and 20 has been eet
for holding the 1905 Goat Fair at
M'a. Jo-eie Wheeler of Suver,
visited friends in Independence
.....rt.n Ifivin? for Salem this
j .c- o
Mrt. Ike Vanderyne and Mrs.
Frank Vanderyne of Portland are
guests at the home or M. Merwin
Mrs. Fred Chambers of Eugene
is visiting relatives in Independ
ence. J. F. Graham, an oil ' expert, is
here to make a deal with the Hirsh-
berg oil company.
I Charles and Frank Maslerson
are chewing jerked veniBon Bince
the return from their hunting trip
n Southern Oregon.
. Miss Mabel Allen and Miss Col
well of Monmouth were baptized in
the river at Independence yester
day by Rev: Biewert, psstqr of the
Evangelical church" at Monmouth.
n Mrs. Mcintosh of Eugene, after a
visit with friends in Monmouth,
left' for Portland yesterday for a
abort yieit before returning home.
i)n Friday of next week, only
twVdays before Xmaa, the - West
Side Enterprise will contain ."eight
' nages and that isstte of the paper
"the copy ;for" vour announcement
early; : ' " " "
-i H. Stumberg has sold his prop
erty in Independence, to. Wallace
Hnntley. The price paid was
$1400." : Mr. Stumberg will move7 to
.Vancouver, Wak where he and
hie ton. Chester, have piirojbased . a
general merchandise store.
' Among others who att'e nded the
Leap Year ball from 'tut of town
were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed,. Richmond,'
Blain Southwici, ,,.Wm. Rwell,
J. E. Beezley", Aura Ford,' Messrs
Hudson. Baker, Davidson, Conrad,
Fowle and Lewis.
Willamette Lodge No. 42
Degree of Honor, ete&iast- even
ing. the following officers, P C of H
Mrs. Hattie Henkle; CofH Mira
Kifflherlin; Lof H Mra.Etta Hodger
J of C Mrs. Nellie Damon j Fin.
Anna Owen; Recorder Miss Hattie
Mix;, Receiver Mrs; Nora Madison;
Usher Mrs. Susie Locke; I dt Nola
Owe'n-;tyG Roy Hawkins,; '
' f The ree entertainment given
last evening bythe Woodmen circle
at the! opera hoaBe was well attend
ed. ; . The entertainment given con
sisted "of ; movirrfe pictures stere-
lopticon views, vocal and'instru
mental music. A rare treat which
was greatly enjoyed by all present.
An Coe, the welt known Dallas
Celestial, who has Keen associated
with E.C. Kjrkpatrick and Banker
E. E. William in the ' hop busi
ness, was .married to a Chinese
lady in Portland last week., Mr.
and Mrs. Coe will reside in Dallas.
i. Al tba audtorium eaiuruay
r. N. iwirnana m uru wi --- -
im;i..i.HA.Qnn,l. inigol, tne lawes wereiuruwu.
an AmUy visitor Sunday, ...v. taan
.1 IBUI.B UIU IUS UUIIUH " m
Un. Rnrnatt ot MeMinnvill UK. ,, . ... .i .il.inau
. ... ----- i tear mah, meting u k-.iVt
viiitiog her daughter, Mrs, wair j r U M wtU floweri o
t .-I f.. T..., WMtaakar. I .. ... it. n
ii t i u v? mini wi. ww . -.
J. W. MeDonald of Portland at
tended the Lean Year ball Satur
Q. L. Zumalt was iu McMinn
ville the first of the week.
Silver ton haa decided to have
closed saloons on Sunday.
The marshal of Silverton haa
been instructed to clean the street"
and build new sidewalks.
mlni, (a tha U.iirt cbolo. It
I VVIMIM WSM W" (
waa a unique social affair tuooesa
ful in every detail and will serve
. . .
as a wholesome lesson to some oi
iHa vnnnff man who may have
grown thoughtless in auowing
ladla to attend the dances wit bout
topi. Rvarv lady bad a beau.
Saturday niaht and every gentle
men acknowledged that he had
bean entertained better tban at
dances given in the usual way
, ., . l JM iL.ta ... .
A nine room house for real In ne i.aie. no u,y m.u .
v j. i in the ball room, out gave
iuonniou; ati ... .ft..U
nitun,. EnquireofMra. Dr. Cole. -' ' l
The attendance was large, the
mmta innnrh and the Lean 'Year
Ball will hold a pleasant place 10
memory of tooe In attendance.
It took John Burton just four
hours to raise a purse of $50 one
dav last week for a destitute
familv recentlv arrived in North
Independence. Charity is
crowning Christian grace,
abounds in Independence in relu
tutlnn of alandflra lit those who do
not know our people.
THREW AWAY CRUTCHES
J. F. Lvona and family movd
to Falls City this week.
Mrs. Word Butlec and children
were in Portland the first of the
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church scored a success in giving
their annual bazaar last Friday,
The doors of the opera house were
swung open to the public in the
afternoon and until the close of the
oroeram Friday night, visitors
were pleasantly entertained. From
beautifully decorated booths, ladies a Southern Pncifle Railroad En-
icpensed with a variety of useful hrineer Running Hetween Haiiaa
f-n .rtlnlM. Th OT)raAuuroriianaoiuuf, Minify
' , , . .. ... of Patients Cured by Dr. Darrln
house was filled to its capacity in WI " ,
iia avAnirKr Th nrorram had not Tortlaod, Ore., (To The Editor)
w.n .a nnKi;A tKa mnrit nf Dear Sir: I hold it to be a duty as
the entertainment was a hapDysur- well as a pleasure to make known
n ki- Tt .. npA. thronffh the Dress, inat wnicn oi
nrd nnrthasnn-rvisionofMrs. all other 1 things is most assential,
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Conkey and included such num- viz: the way to cure pain and sic
bere as songs by the male quartet, nees. I was confined to my room
Rver. Wm. with sciatic rheumatism, kidney
Walker and Georee Burton; recita- trouble,inflammation of the bladder
ilia Iv Bnrton: vocal eeneral indisposition. Could not
nolo hv Miss Zera Mnlkev: imoer- sleep more than one hour at a time
, , ... . ,
aonation of female ooera eineer by All means i inea provea uoavau
eorge Burton: catchy team work Ing. l was prom piea w vis.
bv Arthur Moore and Wm. Bar- Darrin through the advice of my
tt aolna bw Sanator DoiKrhtv. friends who had been cured by him
A side stow feature known "aa "The though I must say that I had liUle
Moving Menagerie," was conducted faith that electricity would cure
Kar WamI TlnrlAV 'mrvr4 "trrvTYi ! ;w) m. I came to the doctor on crut-
aj v w V4Vi iu 9 va . vva ay wuuidw
rir1itiu$np the Tfmlt m.nd nan aakud ohes. and my other complaints
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ave all dtsaneared so i can case
onmmand of my engine. Will an
I S . aW
V; OF ;
We will dispose of our Pattern
Hataatgreatly reduced prices. .
; Trim Wed Hate that : were $ 6.00;
17.00 and $8.00 can . now be bad
for $5.00. -. -
Good 'assortment of Tailored
Hats marked leas than cost
HISS PEARL SQUIRE
C STREET NEXT TO PADDOCKS
for money back.
5 BUSINESS LOCALS.
That big ten dollar doll in the
window at Craven & "M cores will
be given away to some customer' of
the store. The name of the lnckv
; - -
person to whom It is awarded will
be announced in the West
swer all questions by letter or in
person at 490 Commercial street,
East Portland. W. Hays.
MRS. EASTON'8 CARD .
Roseburg.i Or.,i Dr; Darrin:
Please uae my name as . among the
aafA bv od ten tears ago. I had
flm been afflicted with granulated eye-
Hd all mv life. The eyelashes were
iVACOX IllOfi .- ,' i w ai .
Cigars. 25 in. box at Craven al'gipe, aird grew back naturally
Moores. Makes nice present fof
People's Cash sm
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A SWELL DOOT
ib wearer as
I S. M. Daniel
I Dec. 15
fur trie cure 01 me eyoo. wo
almost wWlf Wind, and had to be
led to yoar "office. 1 have been cured
for ten years. . . Mrs. H. Kaston
DISCHARGING EARS CURED
John A. Eggers, of Roseburg, Or;
writes: "The discharge from my
ears has stopped e.nd my catarrh
is cured. Many oases, are - coming
Shoes, shoes, shoes, the greatest from oar eection."
bargains you ever saw at S. M
Daniel's big shoe sale. .. ' ,
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Lookout for; announcement by
Independence leading store in next
gentleman. 1 " '"
Fine line of fire proof crepe paper
at Craven & Moores.
The big sale at' 8. M. Daniel's
store still goes on. This week be
adds bis.sbpe.tpc.k tpthe v, bargain
list. .Go and see the bargains...
DR. DARRIN 8 PLACE OF
"Dr. Darrin is located at the hotel
Gail until December 23, and will
give free examination to all. '10 tp
K nr 7 to 8 daily. The- poor free
I'R ri (1THINO KALK tasbraonloce Sr. 15. Our Drwa (wli
. , , . , .. .i.m. iw a. on lino, la wi i aiii ajtuoat our
'enTIUK HI10K 6TCH-K to lh- ltlg Kargala lirt.
DEItKOL BAK0AIN8 otfr ymi and give xt. lor anlilar
inA nricMMwourUrir potra and c rculafa. Thn eorrt" to the ilore aud
".ft.lr.Mitaodywe Mate oo clotb-
lug, DrOooda.Jiil,HMrw,to.Ullgoaail(ote ,
Positively the Biggest Bargains
s And the most of them to be found anywhere.
COME AND SEE .
. . v STRICTLY
S. M. Daniel
. . . . COME AND SEE
jfOR; ' KASH. '
I?ire proof Crepe paper for Xma. 08 M? J ' W e tt of
r T r C . 1r nr in that nrnnnrt ion Of
decorations at Craven' & Moores
'A. bible makes a nice Xmaa
DresenU You can get them at
Craven & Mooies.
, .. . - , . -1.
Best line of toys at Craven &
Moores.. .Come and- see for your
self, i, :, -. t
" Watch the. West Side Enteprwe
for announcement jot winner of the1
big doll at ('raven & Moores.
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Moore's Hair Invigorator and
Newbro'e Herpicide for " dandruff
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.
Mrs. Wallace has a complete
line of holiday goods and fancy
china.. Call" and see' them.
MJllinery goods at cost.
"Hand made work shoes made
for wear, loggers and others, asbes
tos leather, call and see for yourself
at Cleven gers shoe shop, Main st.
If it is neat, up-to-date job print
ing yon are looking for, stop at
R a nanlc or in that croDortion of
time tne case may require. All
curable chronic diseases of men and
women, a speciality. KyW .tested
free and glasses fited at reasonable
pi-ices. .. , ' 14
CougJblng Spell allied l)eath
"Harry Duckwe,'Ki"25 Jears,
choked to death rly ywterday morn
ing at Ws bmne, In the preaerfro of bla
wife and child. He contracted a illgbt
oold a few das ago and paid but little
attention to It. Yesterday morning he
wasaebed with a fit of coughing which
continued for aWe time. Hia wife
ent for a physician but before be couW
arrive, another coughing ell came on
and Duckwell dlfd, from suffocation,
8t. Louli Globe Democrat, Dec. lilt,
Ballard'i Horehound Syrup' would
have saved him. 25c 50c and fl.00.
Bold by A. 8. Locke. .
mauinos and lUall Papers
1905 Pamrns on Display
Uiioufctediy Tlaett Else of mattixg
vcr $bc? la UptEieacc.
. ; ei.ee: S (ZalDreatl)
iSomething f Cliristmas
: f ZLZZ: ' RINGS'
We can surely suit you In this
t j'e. Price 91 to 9 39
. LADIES BROACH PINS
If you want something nice for a little money
call and see us. , t. '
We have the Jtegal', Automatic Self Filler,
Idea), Waterman, -and Fancy Tearl and Oold
CUT CLASS and
SILVER PLATED WARE
A nice line to select from and something that
will make a nice Christmas present.
O.A.Kramer (to Co.
' ' , Must Be Quick ;!
Paitjtln (b.ttomacit and attack 'of
lb. olle com. on ao tuddeoly and are
ao .itremely paiolul that fmm-diat.
wllel moat U obtaload. Thr. la no
naceailty of Moding for a doctor in toco
waei u a ouhib vi v.-- .
. . . i PmtoJ "
unoiera ana viaiTuuea - -
band. No doctor can preKn"
ter mtdldna. For sale by r. -and,