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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 20, 1904)
Social and Personal.
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Xmu ball at the
II ait Wagoner Portland vu
in Independence the past weet.
II. l. Staata of Louisville u in
the city Friday.
M. Saver a cititen of Suver wu
a Friday visitor to Independence.
TheO. A. C. Foot-Ball team
will play the Multnomahs in Port'
land on the 20th.
Mrs E. V. Parker returned
home from Corrallis Saturday.
Mrs. Parker was accompanied by
her daughter. Miss Edna, who is
attending school there.
W. II. Warner left Saturday for
an extended vUit in the east. lie
will visit relatives in Iowa and
lou can get a first class rig at
Dickinson's in Independence now
and not wait for the great expan
sion in the spring.
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Lawrence
and little daughter, returned
Saturday from a several weeks
visit in Portland.
Mrs. W. A. Messner was in
McMinnville ihepast week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hubbard
visited in Falls City and Dallas
Miss Lettie Masterson returned
home Satuaday after an extended
visit with her brother Ed Master
son at Astoria.
W. W. Percival was in Portland
the past week, having taken a car
load of stock to the Metropolis.
John Jones returned to his home
in Davton yesterday. He was at
the home &f Mrs. Jones here a few
The Misses Maxfield are visiting
in Portl and.
Frank Simon ot Riokerall was!
operated on for appendicitis at the
Salem Hospital last week.
Tillamook county will turn out
1.G00.000 pounds of cheese this
year which is 40,000 pounds less
than last year.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Porter field
and little daughter led Sunday
te spend the holidays with rela
tives io Washington.
Mrs. Pennell and Miss Buchaui
of the Normal school were pan
sengers to Portland Friday.
Mrs. D. M. Hampton of Mon
mouth attended the entertainment
given by Prof. Arlie Hampton and
his pupils at McCoy Friday nitfht.
J. F. Smith left the latter part of,
the week for Washtucna Wash., j
called hither by the tiickness of his
brother, Samuel. Mrs. George;
Kerns a sister living at McCoy al-j
so went t attend her brother.
Mrs. Jacper Kennedy is slowly
and gradually improving from a
long siege of illness. Mrs. Isaac
Butler was stricken with paralysis i
Saturdav but is somewhat improved.
Mrs. L. Damon. Mrs. Eph Young
and Mrs. W. W. Percival were
Salem visitors Saturday.
Miss Pearl Cooper came op from
Portland Sunday to remain home
until after the holidays.
K. C. Ehlredge the creamery
man, returned from a pueiness trip
to Portland Saturday and received
an introduction to the new member
of his family, the fifth son.
FRIDAY EVE BEG. 23
W. A. rlDooNcn
INBEPENDENGE LEABING STORE
Hero vo .ill And tho largest ami mat complete lino of Pk! good,, wiubl. for Chrl..,,,.. IWU. l b.
had in tho city and at prices as low as tho lowest. urn aim -
Tool Clients Iron Trains
Wash Sots Fire Engines
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rk8 Pianos "
And many other thing which will not permit mentioning
Toy I) is It en
For Grown Up People Wo Have
Handkerchiefs NHi d,M K,J n,0VM
f..mr. Udie Collars Cent KM Gloves
The Most Sensible Presents Are
FOR WOMKN VOll GIW.8
A Ni?o Dress Pattern Cup
A Nioe Skirts
A Nice Waist
A Nice Suit Coo
A Nice Pair Kid Glove
A Nice Pair Shoes
A Nice Toilet St
A Nice Pair Slippers
All of which we hsve a splendid line to srlect from.
In Our Crockery Department We Have
Single Cups and Saucers, Water Sets, Salad Sets,
Mrs. Dr. O. D. Butler was in
Portland thin week.
Guy Hewett 1b down at the Ladd
farm making a selection cf some
choice Jersey cows.
Wallace Huntlev and Percy
Fernandez have gone to Tacoma to advent of the New Year.
E. E. DeArmond and J. M.
Larson were in from Suver yester
day. A new rnril telephone line is
being established from Halsey
toward Brownsville, the poles be
ing set to the Phegler farm.
Whether the line will be establish
ed to other parts of that community
we are unable to say, but it is prob
able it will be Brownsville
Senator Loughary and Represen
tatives Cooper and Fawk held a
meeting in Monmonth yester day
and discussed proposed legislation
for the coming session of legisla
ture. Belshazzar on Wednesday and
Thursday nights; Xmas ball Fri
day night; Xmas trees Saturday
Instead of the regular Saturday
night dance the Independence or
chestra will give an Xmas ball
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 bad
Good assortment of Tailored
Hats marked leas than cost
IIISS PEARL SQUIRE
Judge Coad was in town
Assessor-Elect Carl Graves came
oyer from Dallas yesterday. Mr-
Graves will assume the duties of
the office of assessor with the
Call and inspect our stock, for we are euro wo can please you with something nico for your folks or friends.
YOURS FOR BUSINESS.
The winner of the big ten dollar
doll at Craven & Moore's will be
announced in this paper. Lookout
for your name.
A large crowd turned out at the
Methodist church Sunday evening
to hear Rev Elayer preach on
Belshazzar. A practical and in
teresting discourse was delivered
which whetted the appetite of the
audience to hear the operatic pro
duction of Belshazzar, Wednesday
and Thursday night.
BORN Sunday afternoon Decern
ber 18. to Mr. and Mrs.
Iliff, a girl baby.
I BUSINESS LOCALS. .
That big ten dollar doll in the
window at Craven fc Moores will
be given away to some customer ol
the store. The name of the lucty
person to whom it is awarded will
be announced in the West Side
Cigars. 25 in a box at Craven &
Moores. Makes nice present for
gentleman, i .
Fine line of fire proof crepe paper
at Craven & Moores.
The bin sale at 8. M. Daniel's
store still goes on. This week be
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
Charles Independence leading store in next
Fire proof Crepe paper for Xmas
decorations at Craven it Moores.
A. bible makes a nice Xmas
present. You can get them at
Craven & Mootes.
' Best line of toys at Craven &
Moores. Coins and see for your,
Watch the West Side Enteprlne
for announcement of winner of the
big doll at Craven & Moores.
Moore's Hair Invigorator and
Xewbro's Ilerpicide for dandruff
and falling bair 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, ashes
tos leather, call and see for yourself
at Clevengers shoe shop, Main et.
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mCvi JfiSetT A 'Ol that individualise
MAKBIra V A its wearer as,
52ffiS?- l being exclusive;
People's Ca$l) Store T
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A Christinas Present
"What Shall I Give
Well let us suggeft a plan. Come
right down to our store. We are
going to do as little work as possi
ble this week. We are just going
to help you select presents. Wo,
have Cut Glass, Silverware, Clocks,
Knives and Forks, Spoons, Silver
Noveltice, Charms, Lockets, Ladles
Chains and a few odds and ends
that we a'e closing out for less than
half their cost.
Will eerve von i
you any hour, day or night, with driving rig-
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E. H. HOSNER
The Cyclone Auc
tioneer of 15 years exper
We are headquarters for Virff
Best quality. We can svs 7o
mnney. ' Write and get prices,
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