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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1908)
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J. I. lull w in 1 U. Friday.
Vt. AJUn. lriiiii-i, Gr Hid
A Usuliful lino ft dii-M t
A lull Men k .( li'iJ Mnl 'i't
At tliis office.
Genuine JlulUr Nut hrrsd M
New line of in Klig.- liirta t Mewe
lier, Conkey A Walker'.
lr. Iti)fti , dentist, over tude
pendente National Pen.
PieUuiid Keview jttem Csrried in
wk ly Meaner, Conkey A Walker.
51 r. W. W. lYrvival, of thi city,
viited rvUtive in Dall the lnt wf
the w k.
Mr. F. A. Patterson wa at Kick.
jtall thi week viMting with relative
0. Stolu, the pickle dealer of Salem,
looking after tlie trade in thi
J. W. Kirklund a looking after
Lueine matters in North Yamhill
the firtit of the week. '
Stewart hore clipper and sheep
rbearing niachinis are for vale at
R. M. Wade & Co'.
Mmtame Lottie Dorri and D.
riitvidoon, of thi city, wore visiting
alem friend lust week.
Don't eend away for anything in the
barney line, when you can beat city
price at Geo. Dunham'.
Mr. O. W. Kutch has retnrned from
Ler visit with her sister Mr. Taul
Hansen of Jledford, Oregon.
Our ladie' oxfords, thi season, are
fur uperior to any bhown lat year.
ener, Con key & Walker.
For sale. Fine-registered '3-year-old
Durham bull, A. Wing, LewMville,
Oregon. Route 1. Box 3i). 3-lS)tf.
Miss Effie Urown, of Dallas, is visit
ing at the home of Mrs. Cromwell, one
of the teachers in the school of this
city. ' ,
Mrs. II. Woods, of Independence,
has arrived for a visit with her daugh
ter, Mrs. George Belt. Corvallis Ga
zette. Mrs. C. E. Ireland returned to her
home ia Portland Saturday, after a
few days visit at the home of her
father, J. S. Cooper.
For Sale One good work horse
and one good work mare and six
month's colt. Mrs. Ellen Houston,
Monmouth, Oregon. 4-2
""Call and look over our epring cloth
ing. If we cannot suit you in stock
we will guarantee a fit made to meas
ure. Messner, Conkey & Walker.
B. F. Atkins and Ely Fluke, of Cor
vallis, were among the visitors at the
K. of P. district convention at this
place Saturday night. '
We have a new corset for stout
ladies, which will recfuce your appear
ance from 30 to 40 pounds. Mess
nar, Conkey fc Walker.
Mrs. Jasper Kennedy, of Portland,
visited relatives in this city the first of
the week. The mdther of Mrs. Ken
nedy is Mrs. M. A. Jones, of this place.
Mrs. A. Gross was a passenger for
Sheridan where she went to spend a
fe,w days assisting her husband in
his mercantile establishment at that
Billy McAdams, of Falls City, was in
town the last of the week. He at
tended the district convention of the
Knights which occurred in this fcity
Will McCready, accompanied by
Mrs. McCready, is in Independence
this week visiting with relatives at
this place and at Monmouth. They
reside at McMinnville.
S. B. Walker was a passenger on the
Sunday afternoon for Portland. He
was accompanied by Mrs. Walker as
far as Rickreall, where she will visit
with relatives for a few days.
The marriage of Miss Luella Wag
ner, of Corvallis, to F. A. Ellis, of Spo
kane, Wash., was celebrated at the
home of the bride's parents, five miles
southwest of this city, at high noon,
Wednesday, Rev. S. M. Wood, of Cor
. vallis, officiating. Corvallis Gazette.
P. H. Murphy and Mrs. Murphy,
who have been visiting in this city for
the last month, returned to their home
in Grass Valley, Sherman county, yes
terday. They have been the guests of
Willis M. Dugger while here. Mr.
Murphy is the deaf and dumb man
who will be remembered in Independ
ence lately. Mr. Murphy is pleased
with this section of tlic valley and it is
possible that he will remove here to
aaake his home.
TIm K ! I'"" t-k fwl l--utf
lu mourn ins to the puliiui tin?
jmrtiu ridiip wh it'll l !"' fTlled
t,y Mt w. IKve and William fit the
dm tUMtie til thi city, 1. ti.
lhv h. lnii ery ittuiite in
taituuj; a partnership with n vapaMr
a nun M. C. Willutii who i a
drncsUl and iiaduate pharmacist.
Wr. WillUin h U ni'loyed in
that tor fur ll.o jct ix yer and
tuji the ci'iitideiice of lare circle
of ctMiiitattc-a. He i a MtniUr
of th? city council.
John Grant, hcritT of Polk county,
ti in thi city Thursday. It i re
portal that Mr. Grant will stand for
the nomination to the ottioe of which
he is an incumbent. However thi
pajx r ha received no oll'uial notice
in the matter.
P. lturgsinan, the Ukery man at
Knox's Ukery, left thi we.k for
fan Fraiieiwo. Mr. Duryniuan wa
popular among the young men of
Independence and they will I orry
talo him from their companion.
C. Purvine returned Hatunlay from
Marion county where he ha len
buihliiig a line residence for Donald
McCarthy. He say he i now ready
fur anything that the people of Inde
pendence have for hini.
Mr. and Mr. J. O. Van Orsdel an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Kuth, to Chauncey L. Cri
der. The wedding will take place
Wetlnesday, April 22. Observer.
Mr. Roy Dullard, of thi city, and
Mr. Geo. L. Burton, of Black Rock,
but formerly of thi place, made the
Enterprise ottice a pleasant call Tue
The regular list of taxes for th
county of Polk is now in the
hand of the Independence Nation
al Dank where those who with
may call ind pay the eame.
Miss Emcroy McDevitt was visit
dug her sister, Mrs. George Conkey,
at the latter' home in this city, the
latter part of the week. Mis Mc
Devitt is a resident of Dallas.
Full aiztd coffin, nicely trimmed,
with outside box, from 15 up. C'hll
dren'a coffin, nicely trimmed, with
outside box, f5 up. H. II. JaHperson,
Sliver CainpM. W. of A., will give
their eighth annual picnic at the Kid
der grove, on the Corvallis and Inde
pendence road near Suver, on May 29,
Ladies Massaging and pham
pooing done at Cleve Robinson'
barber shop, with electric vibra
tion. Hours 7 to 8 p. m.
Three acres of land in high state of
cultivation for sale. Nicely located;
in the towmof Independence.' Enquire
of W. W. Percival. 26tf
Portland has been assured that a
number of cruisers and torpedo boats
will be sent there during the rose car
, J. R. Struble, who spent sometime
combining pleasure with business
in Southern Oregon,- returned Thurs
day. , (
J. W. McCready, of this city re
turned from a visit with his son,
William, who resides in McMinnville.
Alfred Huston, of Independence,
was in town the first of the week.
Roscoe Staats, who was a . visitor
here for a few days last week, returned
to his home in Portland Friday.
Mrs. Clara Hart, of Salem was
visiting her mother, Mrs. Fisher, who
resides in this city
Seed oats for sale. Enquire of G. C.
Bolter, five and one-half miles south
of Independence. & 12
Miss Rose Chipman of Corvallis
visited Babe . Damon a few days
during the week. ,
Go to Geo. Dunham for single
harness. The man . who makes the
goods that wear.
Miss Rose Norton, who has been ill
the past week, is reported at this time
Joe Hirschberg and W. L. . Bice
were transacting business at Dallas
D. F. Turner of Airlie was looking
after business matters in Independence
fnm A good pair of Reading g'.ag
'CjS 6e8 00 at Kreamer'e.
Vetch Beed for Bale by J. H. Col
line, Independence. 3 20
Portland bread fresh ever day
at Irvine's grocery. ,
Good work horses for eale. John
Old papers at this office. 25c a hun
If yoti want quality and tl K
km in. -is .r slu.
1. L. Dugsntie, a hiolher of our
tHiimliir dentist, i in town from I
laud iituig with the dciitial, I
I h Polk count v tax hM ia
lb First State lUiik where tax
may 1 paid.
ror SaU or Trad for Krrah C'o
A '.Miiriitf incubator and hroodr.
Call on J. W Billiard. 2-5
Mr. It. V. RoMt returned to
Philomath yesterday altera week'
visit with Mr. Tom Fennel! of thi
Mis Mary Uartmali, who ha been
employed by the firm of R. M. Wade
Jfc Co., left yesterday for her homo in
Mis Anna Nelson rritd in Inde
jH'lideiiee Monday fixuii Portland to
visit at the home (( Mr. 11. . Heck
in thi city.
We are now handing the famous
"Curlee" pant. The best ready-made
pant to be had in the elate. Mess
ner, Conkey A Walker.
Mr. M. W. Wallace, waa called to
Corvalli yesterday to attend the
illneti of her son, Edward, who i re
ported to bo in a seriou condition.
Mis Rose Norton, who ha Uvn
suffering from a complication affecting
her vision resulting from an attack
of measles, went to Portland the first
of the week to take treatment.
iSt,ray White horse about five
years, weigh DUO, branded on right
ehoulor, shod all round. Owuer
call and gt hitu and settle bill for
keep and thi adv. Jone' feed
barn. 2 5
For Sale Dry goods atore do
ing good business. Prefect Hoc
ibout 110,000 but will reduce
took to euit purchaser Cash or
terms inquire of A. Gross
Phil Lieser, who baa been employed
in the .Independence creamery, hag
given up hi position with that insti
tution and will leave in a few days
for Sacramento, California, where he
will probably remain, jiermanenely.
Lieut. F. A. Williams, a brother of
Clyde Williams, of the firm of Dove
& Williams, returned Tuesday from
the Philippine islands, where he has
been for the past two years as com
mander of the constabulary, serving
with the 2d lllicose.
Walter Dalton, of Airlie, is visiting
Miss Hattie Teats was over from
Harry Stine came up from Perry
dale and spent Sunday.
E. H. Hosner was A passenger for
Portland Sunday afternoon.
H. 8. Portwood, of Airlie, was a
business visitor here Monday. .
Miss Gladys Cattron, of Spokane,
Wash., is visiting with relatives here.
Mrs. Frank Angell is up from Port
land visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs.
J. M. Crowley.
.J. Robinson, who formerly owned
the meat market, has returned from a
trip to Seattle.
Mrs. Will McCready of McMinnville
is the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Boothby.
. H. Z. Tharp and wife chaperoned
the girls' basketball team in Corvallis
Friday and Saturday.
The Normal girls' basketball team
was defeated in Corvallis Friday night
by the score of 23 to 8.
Bridwell and Craven, hardware mer
chants, have sold out to a Corvallis
firm who have taken possession.
' A shower party was given on Fri
day evening in honor of Miss Fern
Butler, who was married Tuesday,
March 31st, to Rodney Coulter, of
Baker City, Refreshments were
served and all enjoyed a most pleas
ant evening. Those present were:
MesdamesT. A. Riggs, C. V. Teats,
Allan Clark; Misses Hattie Teats, Le
to and Edith Wolverton, Ethel New
man, Opal Boothby, Maud Hawley,
Lois Powell, Erma Campbell, Edna
Guthrie, Nellie Beery, Ada and Nellie
Belshe, Gladys Cattron, Mary Henson,
Susie Hoffman, Gertrude Robinson,
Ruby Shearer, Jessie Hyde, Hazel and
Mabel Lorence, Mrs.. Johnny Hale,
and Mrs. F. E. Chaney.
A very pretty .home wedding oc
curred on Tuesday evening, March
31st, at the home of Mrs. A. J. Butler,
when her youngest daughter, Roxcin
dia Fern, was united in marriage to
W. Rodney Coulter, of Baker City,
Rev. E. C. Wigmore officiating. Les
ter and Ella Butler, of Dallas, sang
"Because You're You," followed by Lo-
OUA-or tar, ; ( tylUV
ilv: j unihUK
l V BakingPowdcr j (WH
henjritl' wedding limrcli, playi-d by
David CampU'll, and the entrance of
the bridal wrty, little Harold -John,
on entering first, carrying the ring on
a pillow, then came the gnnrtii escort ed
by the minister, then the bridesmaid.
Mis GUdy Cattron, of Spokane, and
lastly the bride on the arm of her
brother, and took their position under
a large Ml which wa decorated with
evergreens and tiny eleetrio light.
The bride wore a costume of golden
brown silk trimmed in white luce, with
orange blsom in her hair, and car
ried white carnation. The brides
maid wore figured silk mull, and car
ried white narcissi!. The parlors
throughout were decorated in yellow
daffodil and evergreen. A lap lunch
wa served in the parlor and coffee mid
orange in the dining room, with the
bride' cake. Only relative and par
ticular friends were resent. The bride
and groom took their departure for
their future home in Baker City, on
Having disposal of half iliterest in
my drug store to M. C. Williams, I re
quest all those knowing themselve to
be indebted to mo to call and nettle
their accounts t.M ! .'..'u.' pril 1st
the business w ill be carried on under
the firm name of Dove A Williams,
and we will soon he better prepared
than ever to attend the want of our
many customer. A square deal, right
prices, and courteous treatment for all
will be our aim. .
We trust we shall merit the contin
ued iiatronnge of our old customers,
and tho opportunity for making new
ones. - D.G. DOVK.
Dr. Duiranno attended the dance at
Forest Grove Saturday night. This
dance, it is understood, was a leap-
year concern, and the Enterprise has
it on good authority that this young
dentist was deluged with invitations
to that Forest Grove social function.
Duganno is just in the zenith of hi
tun in laritv in this city. What he will
be when be has accomplished a resi
dence of sufficient time here may be
imagined from his social demands in
Forest Grove. You never can tell by
the looks of a frog how far he can
The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph
Co., are drawing up plana to remove
present polee and wire on several atreeU
in the city Including Main street where
they will place new polea and cable.
Division superintendent, J. W. .Gllky
son of Portland waa in town the last
of the week and went over the ground
and the company has decided, beyond
moving their office, to spend consider
able money iu the above mentioned
J. B. Linden, A. Huston, and A.
Sperling started this morning for
southern Oregon and northern Cali
fornia. They are scouring that part
of the country in search of a better
country than that of oursr It is to be
hoped for all concerned that they may
not succeed in their search. Indepen
dence dosires their citizenship.
Wanted Elderly woman to keep
house for tarmer. Woman without in
cumbrance desired. , miles east of
Dallas on motor line. For particulars
address William Mackle, Rlckreall, R.
F. L. No. 1. 4-9
W. H. Whitman, of Corvallis, vis
ited at the home of I. L. Burton in this
city over Sunday. Mr. Whitman at
tended the convention of Knights
here Saturday night. ,
Drop-head sewing machines, fully
warranted can now be bought lor
$13.75 from H. H. Jasperson, who ha
years of practical knowledge of sewing
machines. 1 "
Bishop H B. Hartzler of Harrisbnrg,
Pa., will preach in the United Evan
gelical church on next Monday even
lug at 7:30. Everybody will b made
welcome. S. Ed Lhuner, Pastor.
Fifteen stands of bees for sale by A.
R. Scrocgs, at his home one mile
north of Independence, Just the
time of year to move bees. Come ana
Mrs. Al Nelson, accompanied by her
daughter, Mrs. Allen Clark, was in
town yesterday from Monmouth.
Mesdames Posz and Marie Bradley
were in Salem Monday visiting with
David Sears was a visitor over Sun
day in Portland.
II. lllrachlrg, Pret. A. Nelson, Vice Pres. C. W. Imna, Caah.
Independence National Bank
TRANSACTS A GENERAL RANKING BUSINESS
Directora: II. Hirsohberg,
tk BATTLE WING
.' It. ll.rt Morsan, No.S2. One or the best bfl how
' f? A on tbe I'aolflo ooait.
V An !iportl
These horses will mnko the season of 1!K)8 at the farm of D. N.
Turner, one mile north of Airlie
Terms 110 leap; if 15 for season; $20 to insure
D. N. TURNER J- w- BROWN,
Keeper and Munagor 4-23 Owner
Light, Power & Water
WATER RATES (Water by meter applies to resi
dences only.) Residence rate on meter applies to cus
tomers only who pay $ 2.00 and over at the rate of 20o
per 1,000 gallons; minimum $1.00 per month.
ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER RATE
Residence, 15 cents per K. W.
Business houses, 25 cents per drop and 5 cents per K. W.
Power, rates on application.
OFFICE AT WATERWORKS PHONE MAIN 41
Independence Billiard Parlor
IV. J. Kirktand, Proprietor
Confectionery 'and SmoKers Supplies
The Place to Spend a Pleasant Hour
independence: - Oregon
Chas. HornbacK. Proprietor
SHORT ORDERS AND REGULAR DINNERS. MEALS 25 CENTS AND UP
MEALS AT ALL HOURS DAY. "
Special Rates to Regular Boarders
Independence, Oregon -:- Opposite Little Palace Hotel
TAYLOR'S LI VERY BARN
Asa D. Taylor, Proprietor
First-class Turnouts Buy aa Sll Hore (
THE NEW BARN
Independence- . -
IS BIG ENOUGH TO FIT
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O. A. KRAMER
on Time DcponitH
A. Nelaon, I). W. Sears, B. F.
J. E. Rhodes.
EnillMh Hlilrn, No. 213). f.Milod In
long line ol Eagtnnd't bwil Bhlro.
at Very Reasonable Rates .
ON MAIN STREET
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