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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1908)
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A full uk ( l. g.il hUuk for mIo
At thi ol!k'.
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Kitmcr'i f.r ho.
Jme llilliard wa vi-itor t 1'ort.
Uud the Ut of the wik k.
hw Hue of n t;li(;. hirt t M
ner, Conkey A WnlkerV.
Dr. DiiKaitn. dentiit, over Indo
pendmc National I5nk.
rictoriul It o view pattern carried in
oek y lfnT, Conkey Walker.
rVVllt' Crbohd Witch Htel
tUlve. It la espK-UHy Eod for la.
Sol J by P. '1. Dova.
Don't end away for anything in the
harncMlino lien you can Wat city.
price at Geo. lunhani .
Cur ladie' oxford, thi mnimoii, ure
far auperior to any fhown k-t year.
Meaner, Conkey A Walker.
For nali Fine rcgicteretl 3 year
old Hurluin bull, A. Wing, Iwiuville,
Oregon. Route 1. Hox 39. 3-1M.
L. C. Mitchell from Detroit. Mich
igan, ha taken P. lineman's place a
a baker in H. II. Knox ' atore.'
We have a new corset for ntout
ladies, which will reduce your apicar
aiice from 30 to 40 pound. Mea
ner, Con key & Wclker.
We are now handing the famous
"Curlee" pants. The beet ready-made
pant to be had in the ctate. Mess
ner, Conkey & Walker.
Mrs. E. E. Paddock wax a passenger
on the afternoon train last Thursday
for Portland where she will sjiend a
fortnight visiting with friends.
Call and look over our spring cloth
ing. If w e cannot suit you in stock
we will guarantee a fit made to meas
ure. Meaner, Conkey & Walker.
Full sized coffin, nicely trimmed,
with outslda box, from 15 up. Chil
dren' coffins, Dlcely trimmed, 'with
outaide box, J5 up. H. H. Jaspereon,
c,,,r,n'm M W.nf A., will eive
their eighth annual picnic at the Rid
Hpra erove! on the Corvallis and Inde
L'u'i i "'"n ' ' '
pendence road near Suver, on May 29,
Mrs. Margaret McMillan, who ha
eral ' months
hvn visitine for seve
amonc relatives and friends in th
vicinity, returned yesterday to her
home in Portland
All members of the order of the
F.ftstern Star of this city, are requestei
to be present at the next meeting, on
Tneschy evening, April 11. A pleas
ant surprise is- in store for all.
For Kent Two story building in
rear of the post office, good for black
mith or repair. shop; two good room:
in upper story. Would change to
suit responsible party on lease. Harry
E Waironer, Chamber of Commerce
Portland, Oregon. 4-23
Foley's Orino Laxative Is best for
wnmpn and children. Its mild action
and pleasant taste make it preferable
to violent purgatives, sncn as pins,
tablets, etc. Cures consumption
Two rooms with outside entrance.
Will furnish if desired. Inquire at
Horses for Sale.
I have for ; sale in Independence
two work horses.' For.particulara call
on M. Goetz. , . 4"23
Seven room house, hot and cold
water and bath. Central locality.
Inquire at this office.
I have located in Independence and
am prepared to do all kinds of cement
work in the most approved manner,
such as reservoirs, vaults, engine foun
dations, and sidewalks. All finished
work done by
Fresb Cows for Sale.
i .ii. r T-1-.-ln- a tiiityi- I
to of head of fresh, cows witn cave
Aj. i.nii aiAa whir.h I will sell, ror
211 Ulli-A c.-.vt.v
particulars call on or inquire of D. L.
Hedges, Independence, Ore. Phone,
51m. W. K Camp-Mi visited over
Stiiut.iy with friend in
P.rlUnd 1-rraJ frrh rvrrf tiny
av Irvltii-' grocery. tf4-2
tionl work hra for al. John
If IV JitiLaoll is here flMHI II
l.ako, u.uing I lie home of J. II. KJ
Th man who
HU Ut !,r'
Stn d t for sale. Enquire of (i, C.
Bolter, live ami one-half mile aouth
of Independence. 412
Dr. J. I- Callaway and wife returned
Monday from Portland, whew they
visited with friend.
Mr. A. Crop rvturi.ed to Independ
ence Tutwday from Sheridan to upend
a few day hew during thin week.
Among vicitors to Salem Saturday
were Audaim Mttion and Owen,
and M ie Sola Owena and Topxy
Mm. Walter Huston and Mr. V.
Veal of Albany returned to her home
in that city Monday after a few day
vit.it with Mm. J. Morrison.
Ladies Managing and haui
pootng done at Cleta Hobinaou'e
barber ahop, with electric vibra
tton. Hours 7 to 8 p. m.
Drop-head ewing machliiefi, fully
warranted cau now be bought for
13.73 from H. II. Jaxpernou, w lio has
yearaor practical knowledge or sewing
uiaclnuta. , f
Three acres of land in high state of
cultivation for sale. Nicely located;
in the tow n of Independence. Enquire
of W. W. Percival. tf3-2(i
Lost In the vicinity east of Mon
mouth, a heavy curved breast strap
w ith traces. Finder please phone IS"),
Monmouth. Joseph Craven.
The regular list of taxes for the
county of Polk id now in the
hand of the lmlepender.ee Nation
al Hank where those who wish
may call and pay the tame.
Wanted Elderly woman to keep
house for tarnier. Womau without in
cumbrance desired. 2li milea east of
Dalla on motor Hue. For particulars
address William Mackle, Itickreall, R.
F. I). No. 1. 4 9
For Sale Dry goo(Js store do
ng good businepa. Present etoc
.bout fiO.000 but will reduce
work to suit ourehaser. Cash or
erma inauire ot A.
"P v Pu.l.InfW W W. Percival. M.
Merwin, R. II. Knox and Joe Hub-
8 bard drove to Dallas Tuesday where
they went to hear F,llton'8 speech de-
livered in that city on that date.
Mrs. Margaret Harned waa married
in this city Friday, the 3d inst., to Ed-
ward Kane. The ceremony was per
formed by Judge Wilson, the contract
ing parties requesting the abbreviated
form. They will probably make their
home on the former's farm which lies
out south of the city.
Mrs. Rose L. McGrath, deputy Su
preme Oracle of the Royal Neighbors
of America, visited with her mother,
Mrs. J. W. Richardson Sr., Tuesday
anil WnilnnsdiLv of this week, hhe is
enroute to her Portland home from
Falls City, where she has been in the
interest cf the R. N. of A.
Elias Ferguson, of this.city, who has
recently been clerking for O. A. Kra
mer, had a severe stroke of paralysis
Monday morning. , His entire right
side is paralyzed, also the vocal cords,
rendering hiin unable to speak a word
He seems to rest easily, and is getting
alone verv well under the circum-
Geoi-L'O N. Murdock, who has been
principal of the Independence schools
in this city during the past four years
has just received 'notification of his
appointment to duty in the Philip
pine lslanils. ins appointment- i
through the civil service commission
and his duties will have to do with
educational; work. He will probably
hf a. superintendent over native
The heavy purchases of small fruits
amone the farmers and fruitgrowers
of Dallas and vicinity still continue,
and during the past two weeks J. B.
Nunn has. disposed of 53,000 plants.
Of these 34,000 were strawberries, 9000
raspberries, 5000 gooseberries, 2500 lo
cranberries, and 2500 blackberries
Fruit growers of this neighborhood are
making active preparations to meet
the demands for fruit which will un-
of the canning and packing industry
ii . nT;n- i- T T . ,r .!ion-or
gale-One 9-room house and
three lots. (Lots set in email
fruits.) $2,000. For further par
ticulars inquire at thi. office.1-30
"--t A !0h pair of Kraditig g.
'' " l Krertiuer'tt.
Mr. J. IWit a Sal.ui .tutor
Vrteh ed f r mI I'Y J.
l;u. indrpei.det cr. 3 'JO
The ti l. phoii roinpany moved in
their new building Tuedny evening
flint MtKtrt wa Iranwicting -nea
in Portland the flrt of the week.
Mm. J. Alpine tArtel for The Pullea
We.lne.luy to vii.it her on at that
When you wmit a gov work ghvi
rcinemU-r F. 8. Wilson ha them all
Itay to look at th "Michigan
ItugRie." at K. M. Wade A Co., t-'fore
you buy. 4 15
Mra. Klla Cox now ride in a new
"Michigan Huggy," bought of It. M.
Wado & Co.
ThaTolk county tax list ) t
th First 8tnte l?ank where tax
may he paid. tf4 2
Rev. E. C. Wigmore will preaeh at
the Christian ehurch next Sunday at
3 o'clock p. m.
For quality, finish, and tho latest
style of buggies, go to R. M. Wade A
Co., a they have them. 4 1
Mrs. Oscar Johnson who ha ltn
visiting her brother, Dr. Allin, re
ttirneil to Salem Friday.
For Sale or Trade for Fresh Cow
A 240 egg incubator and brooder.
Call on J. W Bullard. tf2-o
Stewarts horse clippers and sheep
shearing machines are for sale at
R. M. Wade A Co'. tf4-'J
Geo. Pickinson, of Parker, Or., now
rides in a new "Michigan Buggy,"
bought of R. M. Wado A Co.
R. II. Kalti, the piano tuner, will be
in town next week. Leave your or
ders at the Little Palaco hotel. 41(5
Mrs. J. C. Morrison returned from
Portland Friday with her little son,
who has been taking medical treat
Mrs. W.G. Shellenberger returned to
Portland Saturday after a few weeks'
ith . her sister. Mrs. W. E.
ThcW. C. T. U. w ill meet at the
home of Mrs. Keiser Friday afternoon,
April 10, at 2:30. All are cordially
invited to attend.
The Independence Orchestra will
give a social dance in tho ojiera house
in this city this coming Saturday
night. A general invitation is ex
tended to all.
Stray White horse about' five
years, weighs 900. branded on right
boulder, shod ali . round. Owner
call and get him and settle bill for
keep and thia adv. Jones' feed
barn. t(2 5
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup
acta promptly yet gently on the
bowels, through which the cold ,1s
forced out of the system, and at the
same time it allays Inflammation.
Sold by D. G. Dove.
Rev. John Bentzien who has gen
eral oversight of the Baptist interests
for the state of Oregon is spending
the week in town in order to be under
the professional care of Dr. Callaway.
Unless called back to Portland before
that time he will preach at the Baptist
church in this, city next Sunday
morning arid evening.-
J. E. Hale, who formerly resided at
Baker City, and in earlier times a busi
ness man of tin's city, wlio, in com
pany with Mrs. Hale have been visit
ing relatives in Independence, de
parted last Thursday on their way to
California, where they expect to make
their future home. It is understood
that they will locate in Shasta county.
J. N. Wright, of Curtes City, South
Dakota, is expected to visit during the
summer with the family of A. W.
Stan sherry, of this place, so the latter
has been informed through a letter
from the former. Mr. Wright is a suc
cessful business man and a wide-awake
citizen who would make a desirable
addition to our residents. It is under
stood that he might be induced to lo
cate here if he becomes impressed with
our country. Let us see that he gets
the proper impression.
For Saie One 7-room house and
corner lot; bath and hot and cold
water fixtures. $750. 1 30
Fruit Lands For sale in,5, 10, 15
' and 20 acres. No. 1 land, prices
right, good easy terms, between
Mon month and Independenca.
See J. H. Moran, Agent. 8-5 tf
Wood for Sale Second gro w th
at $4.00, old growth $4.50 per
cord delivered. 8. Cox, Independ
ence. Phone 143 tf4-2
IVjo only baking powdtsr
niario with Royal Crapo
Croarst of Tartar
No Alum, Ho Lfcno Phosphate
Win. Burdine U twiuing hi hop
Mr. Lawrence purchased a new team
yr. Fishback wa a Uuena Vista vis
Wrn. ltovens wan an Independence
R. H. McCarter sold his lis Ml crop
of hops last week.
Win. Propst was an Indoent1ence
W. F. Buntly has been helping Mr.
Chuck in his hops lately.
J. K. Wells, of Buena Vista, is work
ing for W. W. Wells this week.
J. M. Prattler, of Buena Vista, was
through this locality last Friday.
O. T. Murphy contracted forty
thousand pounds of hops last week.
L. Rice, accompanied by Mrs. Rice,
was an Independence visitor Thurs
W. J. Steele and wife, of Ruena
Vista, were through this locality Sun-
R. F. Proost was repairing tho tel
ephones out through this locality Fri
Sloper Bros, and Woods Bros, were
repairing their trellis hop yards last
O. P. Bcvens was in Corvallis last
week receiving treatment from an os
teopath. Eoh Young, of Indeiemlence, was
out through this locality contracting
hops last week.
R. P. Hall, of Buena Vista, lias been
working for W. P. Bevens in the hop
field the last week.
Parties wanting hop roots call on
W. R. Bevens, where you can get them
for ten dollars per thousand.
Claud 'South and wife, who have
been up visiting his father near Falls
City the last week, returned Sunday.
Wileon & Holeomb, wood and
S. B. Walker returned from Port
land Saturday evening.
PeWltl's Little Early Risers, ' the
famous little liver pills. Sold by D. G.
Dove. , 1
Misses Opal Hart and Erma Staats
were in Salem Thursday.
If you wish to buy shoes that have
stood the test of wear get the Five
Stars at F. S. Wilson's. . tf 4-9
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
are prompt and thorough and will in
a short time strengthen weakened
kidneys and allay troubles arising
from Inflammation of the bladder.
Sold by D. G. Dove.
NOTICE TO IATitONS.
Having disposed of half interest in
my drug store to M. C. Williams, I re
quest all those knowing themselves to
be indebted to me to call and settle
their accounts On and after April 1st
the business will be carried on under
the firm name of Dove & Williams,
and we will soon be' better prepared
than ever to attend the wants .of our
manv customers. . A square deal, right
prices, and courteous treatment for all
will be our aim. , .
'We trust we shall merit the contin
ued patronage of our. old customers,
and the opportunity for making new
ones. ' D. G. DOVE.
"E. C. DeWitt & Co.; Chicago, 111.
Gentlemen In 1897 I had a disease
of the stomach and bowels. In the
spring of 1902 I bought a bottle of
Kodol and the benefit J. received an
the gold in Georgia could not buy.
May you live long and prosper. Yours
verv truly. C. N. Cornell, Roding,
Ga,, Aug. 27, 1906." Sold by D. G.
II. IlirschWrg, Pres. Ai Nl.n, VIm Pre.. C. W. IrviB. Cash.
Independence National Bank
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Directors: II. IlirsnhberR,
;f An liniwrird
L' Knim a
Theehoii-a will make the sea-on of l'.KW st the farm of D. N.
Turner, one mile north of Airlio
TerniP 110 leap; $l.r) for seiwon; 20 to insure
D. N. TURNER,
Kot'iMT and Manager 4
Light; Power & Water
.WATER RATESOVater by meter upplios to resi
dences only.) Kesidenco rate on meter applies .to cus
tomers only who pay if 2.00 and over at tho rato of 20c
per 1,000 gallons; minimum if 1.00 pur month.
ELECTRIC EIGHT AND POWER RATE--
Kesidenco, 15 cents per K. W:
IiiiHiness houses, 25 cents per drop and 5 cents per K. W.
Power, rates on application. ,
OFFICE AT WATERWORKS PHONE MAIN 41
IV. J. Kirkland, Proprietor
Confectionery and Smoltcri' Supplies
Soft DrinKs '
' The Place to Spend a Pleasant Hour
INDEPENDENCE - - ' OREGON
Chas. HornbacK, Proprietor
SNORT 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
I TAYLOR'S LI VERY BARN
Asa B. Taylor, Proprietor
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ON MAIN STREET
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