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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1904)
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Social and Personal.
Hilly McAdami sang Ui even
ins at a Woodmen entertainment
given at Suver
J. M. Stark baa a new cement
walk in front ot hie residence
Supervisor Bran it engaged in
culverts on the Salem
road thU week.
Mr. A. Tavlor and little daugh
ter are visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
W W. Ireland of Corvallis this
"Mra. Burt of Portland has been
a luest at the home ot Mr. Burt,
th a. P. affent at Monmouth this
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Mr. Burnett returned to Me
Mmnville vesterdav after a short
visit in Independence.
PM.nr Kurre and bride hare not
arrived from the east yet They
are due about Christmas.
J. S. Moore sent to the Salem
exhibit yesterday morning a pair
of Buff Cochins and a trio of Lang
shana- The uoultrr show at
Salem opened yesterday.
Mrs. Cliff Mellen returned to
SaUm Saturday after a visit with
her aunt, Mrs. Joe Hubbard. Mrs.
Mellen has a position in the State
Printing Department. f
Mrs. R, J. Taylor left yesterday
for a two weeks' visit with her
daughters, Mrs. Asa Tennicliff ,and
Miss Elva Taylor, at Baker City.
Miss Eiva will return home with
Peck's Bad Boy show appeared
at the auditorium Wednesday
night Wong Foo Git, the "Little
, Chinee," was there, and as an en
tertainer, shared honors with the
Billy Goat and the rest of the
Jeff Matney passed through this
week on his way to Corvallis to
fulfill a contract for delivery of
1 000.000 feet of balm logs to the
trip to Portland this week
Frank Ridder was
be observed floating down the river
in a few days.
Poles for the new telephone " line
between Independence and Mon
mouth were delivered by Contract
or C. N. Tharp this week. A meet
ing of the subscribers to the tele
phone fund will be held tonight
for the purpose of taking further
actiorfin the way of completing the
In the event of Dr. Thompson's
being called to Corvallis to conduct
the funeral services of Mr. Sey
more Chipman, which occur on
Sabbath in that city. President
Lee of Albany College will occupy
the pulpit of the Presbyterian
church of this city next Sabbath
morning and evening.
Every farmer in Polk county, or
the person directly interested in
farming should take immediate ad
vantage of the offer of The New
York Tribune Farmer free one
year with a subscription to this
paper. The Tribune Farmer is a
weekly paper with 16 to 20 pages
and is devoted to farmers' interests
exclusively. It is one of the lead
ing up-to-date farm papers of the
United States. It cannot be had
on so favorable terms after the first
of the year.
Wm. Whiteaker U up
Portland on a short visit.
Mrs. Kelty of McCoy came up to
Independence on a shopping ex
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nixenof
Falls City visited in Independence
this week, leaving for Corvallis
Frank Penrose, who for yean
drove one of D. B. Boydston's dray
wagons, is now married and living
in Vancouver, Wash,
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Bartlelt, for
merly of this place, are now living
in Pendleton, having recently
moved there from Walla Walla.
T. R. Gaynor, who went from
Dallas a few weeks age to Heppner,
honing a change of climate would
benefit bis health, is reported bet
Asa Taylor, the liveryman, is
preparing for general expansion in
the early spring. It is his purpose
to put in new buggies and carriages
as well as more horses and promts
ea some very swell turnouts in a
J. L. H&nna. and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Madison returned yester
dav from their eastern trio. J. I
Hanna, a brother of J. L. accom
panied the party on their home
ward trio and will make his home
in Oregon. The party left here
October 28 and spent the greater
oortion of the time visitine rela
tives in Pennsylvania. Snow cover
ed the ground and the thermome
ter stood at rero when the party
left Pittsbure a week ago. J. L
Hanna has shorn the hirsute from
his upper lip and gained 18 pounds
and is hardly recognizable. Charles
MattiBon has shown himself
but little on the street since his
return but in a day or two he will
be again acclimated and ready to
extend the clad hand and Inde-
rjendence smile to his old friends.
Unl(nmal TmnV and Ttax Fftf!
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tory at Portland. Balm logs may
BORN To Mr. and Mrs. K. C.
Eldridge of this city Thursday
December 15 a bo v.
We will dispose of our Pattern
Hats at greatly reduced prices.
Trimmed Hats that were $6.00,
$7.00 and $8.00 can now be had
Good assortment of Tailored
Hats marked less than cost
HISS PEARL SQUIRE
C 8TREET NEXT TO PADDOCKS
dmoiucoq mruio &
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That big ten dollar doll in the
window at Craven & Moores will
be given away to some customer of
the store. The name of the lucky
person to whom it is awarded will
be announced in the West Sidk
Cigars. 25 in a box at Craven &
Moores. Makes nice present for
Fine line of fire proof crepe paper
at Craven & Moores. ;
The big sale at S.' M. Daniel's
store still goes on. This week he
adds his shoe stock to the bargain
list. Go and see the bargains.
Shoes, shoes, shoes, the greatest
bargains you ever saw at 8. M.
Daniel's big shoe sale.
Lookout for announcement by
Independence leading store in next
Fire proof Crepe paper for Xmas
decorations at Craven & Moores.
A. bible makes a nice Xmas
present. You can get them at
Craven & Moores.
Best line of toys at Craven &
Moores. Come and see for your
self. Watch the West Side Enteprise
for announcement of winner of the
big doll at Craven & Moores.
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.
Mrs. Wallace has a complete
line of holiday goods and fancy
china. Call and see them.
Millinery goods at cost.
Hand made work shoes made
for wear, loggers and others, asbes
tos leather, call and see for yourself
at Clevengers shoe shop, Main st.
If it is neat, up-to-date job print
ing you are looking for, atop at
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." HOLIDAY GOODS
itfl f rood, auitabl for Chriitma" Prommts, to bo
Hero you will And the largest and mo8t complete lino of good goods,.
had in the city and at prices as low as the lowest. Call and Inspect our - . ...
Iron Trains , loy lhm
Fire Engine 111 Beds
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And many other th.n,.'wh.ch spuco will not permit mentioning.
Up People We Hnve
Indies Kid t! loves
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A Nie Ir'Hs Pattern
A Nice Skirts
A Nice Waist
A Ni o Suit Cao
A Nico Fair Kid Gloves
A Nice Fair Sio8
A Nice ToilH Set
Men A Nico Fair Slippers
All of which we have a splendid line to srlect from.
In Our Crockery Department We Have
Saucers, Water Sets, Salad HU,
Single Cups and
Call and inspect our stock, for we aro sure we can pleaso you with something nice for your folks or friends.
YOURS FOR BUSINESS
Regular preaching at the Meth
odist churcn Sunday. Morning
subject, "The Three Great Disci
ples." Evening subject, Belshai-iAf
ir. orTha Fmllof Babvlon." All!W
are cordially invited to attend.
Wm. Falconer of Wardner,
Idaho, is visiting at the home of
his daughter, Mrs. Werd Butler, of
Tracv Staats was a visitor in
Independence Tuesday. Mr.
Eugene Cattron, a former resi
dent of Monmouth, is mayor of the
town of Wasco. Mr. Cattron is
representative of a large Elevator
company at Wasco, and is pros
pering. The superintendent of schools of
Sherman county is Jack Frost, one
oi the most popular of Normal
graduates. Another prominent
j . nf sViarmnn cnuntv is ' W.
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C. Bryant, formerly of Falls City, t staats is at present staying at his
He is principal oi me mo kuwj. l0me on tne Lucfciamuie.
P. H. Murphy, for years in the
shoemaking business in Indepen
dence, is now a resident of Urass
Valley, Eastern Oregon.
Miss Leora Shank has a position
with Joseph Meyer & Sons in
Salem until after the holidays.
The newly elected officers of the
Rebekah Lodge for the coming
year are: Miss Kamerine jone,
N. Q.; Mrs. Nellie uraves, v. u.;
Mrs. May Huntley, secretary; Mrs,
Edna Irvine, Treasurer; Claire
Irvine, Financial Secretary.
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Jteaerve Your Seats
' Seats for the Belshazzar opera to
be given at the opera house next
Wednesday and Thursday will be
on sale at Locke's Drug store Mon
Remember the entire opera will
be given complete each evening
and the beautiful drills, magnifi
cent costumes and oriental group
ings will make the prettiest stage
pictures ever seen in Independence.
Reserve your seats warly. Prices
25c, 35c and 50 cents.
mattings and mall Papers
1905 Patterns on Display
UttdoKDtedly Tiaest Cine of mattings
ever Shown la Independence.
We can surely suit you in tbii
lino. Price 91 to 939
LADIES BROACH PINS
If you want something nice for a little money
call and see us.
We have the Regal, Automatic Self Filler,
Ideal, Waterman, and Fancy Pearl and Gold
CUT GLASS and
SILVER PLATED WARE
A nice line to select- from and something that
will make a nice Christmas present.
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Will serve you any hour, day or night, with driving nF
MAIN STREET INDEPENDENCE, 0BE
E. H. HOSNER
The Cyclone Auc
tioneer of 15 years exper
ience. Phone 143 Monmouth, Ore.
We are headquarters for Vj
Best quality. W can -mney.
Write and get pno
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