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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1908)
LOCAL AN3 FtESSXAL KEf J
Vote fr W. I. lteym.lds.
rtronii our edvertiwr.
I. Ainn, rtpiiiix, Cwtwf
tUl ,MH.r t thU office. 5.'xj turn
dml. 7.d Uoeendorf viitl I'ortUnd
llrt-tl work horiwi for le. J''
A. Wutiful tin '( dre hirte t
A full iM'k f legal bUnki for wle
at this office.
If you wnt qunlity and style go to
Kramer' for shoe.
Dr. Dunsune, dent'nt, over Ind
petuleuce National Hank.
..LargM ilvck of shoe in the city a
Meaner, Conlcey Walker" 6-21
Tutorial review pattern in stock
t Moaner, Conkey A Walker'.
Roa Nelson d Mattion vis
ited friend in Hilloro Sunday.
For Fl lied clover seed. Hell
phone. J. F. Powell, Monmouth. 5-21
Mia Leora Shank spent Sunday in
Portland visiting friend of that city.
On and after the tirt of May I ill
deliver milk at fie a quart. F. Moe
Misses Bessie Butler and Opal Hart
are visiting this week with friend in
New and well line ilk underskirt
in all the leading shades at Mewner,
Conkey & Walker'.
Mr. Lillian Eaton of Indetwndence
visited during the lat " week with
friend at Black Hock.
Pon't aend away for anything in the
harness line when you can beat city
prices at Geo. Dunham'.
Mr. M. A. Kennedy of Portland is
vixiting at the home of her mother,
Mr. J. Jone of this city. ",
Sewing machines, needles, oil and
extras, repairing a sjiecinlty, go to II.
II. Janperson, who will try hi lst to
Wood for Sale Second growth nt
3.50, old growth 14.00 ier cord
delivered. S. Cox, Independence.
Thone 143. 4-2
The last to do for departed . friends,
provide them with the best robes and
caskets. Jasperpn keeps them at
reasonable prices. 41
Mrs. May Stansburry, whose home
li out west of Independence, was visit
ing at the home of A. W. Stansburry
in this1 city the last of the week.
Miss Lillie Muhlman, who is at
tending the Salem Capital Business
College, spent the latter part of the
week w ith her parents in this city.
Suver Camp, M. W. of A., will give
their eighth annualpicnic at the Rid
ders grove, on the Corvallis and Inde
pendence road near Suver, on May 29,
1908. 5 26
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ormsby, who
have been visiting at the home of
Mrs. John Belt of this city, returned
to their home in Portland Monday
Mesdames J. E. Hubbard, Xora
JIattison and Sarah Irvine are dele
gates to the Eebekah State Assembly
which held over Tuesday and Wed
nesday at Salem.
W. L. Bice, the genial manager
of the Home Telephone Company, is
always pleased to talk telephone.
: Let him explain the operation of the
new system to you.
The regular list of taxes for the
county of Polk is now in the
hands of the Independence Nation
al Bank where .thoee who wish
may call and pay the same,
' H. C. Chamberlain, who. has been
wrestling with inflammatory rheuma
tism during several weeks past, is able
to be out this week. He suffered very
severely from the attack and it is
gratifying to his friends to know that
he is about recovered.
When the baby 1 cros and has you
worried nd worn onf, you will find
eut ihat . little Cascasweet. the well
known remedy for babies and children
will quieYthe little one in a short time.
The ingredients are printed plainly on
the bottle. Contain no opiates. Sold
by Dove & Williams.
Harry Gleason, an employer in the
saw mill in this city, met with an
accident last Friday which came near
costing him a hand. The hand was
crushed in a bad manner in some
part of the machinery about the mill.
He was brought to the office of Dr.
Butler where the injury was dressed,
Mr. John Eiha .of Vining, la., say i:
"I have been selling DeWitt'a Kidney
and Bladder Pill for about a year and
they give better -satisfaction than any
pill I ever Bold. There are a dozen
people here who have used them and
they give perfect satisfaction In every
case. I have weed tbeaa myaelt with
fine results." Sold by Dove William.
Vote for W. I. M) uolds.
Phonograph on credit. Craven
Wilson A Iloleomb, wom!
- leg. '
Portland bread fresh ever day
al Irvine' grocery. f-2
Edison Phonograph on easy -ments.
Craven A Moore.
A good pair f Reeding g'.M
fwf ea ft 0U at Kramer's.
8ee the beautiful line" of ilk kirt
at Mem r Conkey A Walker'. 6 21
lieo. Dunham ha just received a
fine line of summer and pluh rolxx. tf
Co to Geo. Dunham fr single
harness. The man who make the
good that wear.
The lit tin daughter of Mr. and Mr.
Charle E. llirT is retried to be so
riouly ill in thi city.
Ten thousand tomato plant six
inche high, for sale by M. Uoet,
If you wish to buy shoes that have
stood the test of wear r h" viv
Star at F. S. Wilson'. '
DeWitf Little Early IUsers are
mall, sale, sure and gentle little pill.
Sold by Dove A William.
Mis Nellie Nelson of Black Bock u
visiting thi week at the home of her
grandmother, Mr, tiarrigu.
Mr. and Mr. Isaac Long of Albany
are visiting at tho home of their n,
C. II. Long of Independence.
Mrs. Eotf of Portland spent the lat
ter part of the week in this' city a
guest at the home of J. Dornsife.
Misse Grace Damon and Minnie
Achenbach of Salem spent Sunday at
the home of L. Damon in this city.
Miss Mabel Boydston returned Sat
urday from Dak Grove where she vis
ited for several weeks with relatives.
Mrs. S. C. Baker, of Portland a
former resident of this city, visited
relatives here the latter part of the
Miss Nina Bateman returned Satur
il.iv from Corvallis where she visited
for several days with her sister, Mrs.
Arthur Moore. ,
Cord wood for sale. Fir and maple,
1 1.50 per cord on the ground. G. N.
Newton, known as the Hanna place,
four miles south of Independence.5-21
The farmers will give their second
annual picnic at Shady Lane, two
and one-half miles north of Lewis'ville,
on the Lewisville and Dallas road, on
June f)th,l.K)8. 5-28
Mrs. Ernest Stansburry and two
daughters, Marguerite and Gladys, of
Portland are visiting this week with
their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A.
W. Stansburry in this city.
Mrs. Marshall, wife of the foreman
of the Home Telephone Company,
who has been visiting friends in tins
city for a fortnight, returned to her
home in Portland Sunday.
White horse about five
years, weighs 900. branded on right
shoulder, shod all round. Owner
call and get him and settle bill for
keep and thia adv. Jones' ieea
We carry a full line of field and
garden seeds, stock foods, bee and
poultry supplies, hay, grain and mill
feed. We pay the highest cash price
for all country produce. Butler Pro
Mrs. J. Dornsife returned the' latter
part of the week from Med ford where
she visited for several weeks at the
home of her eon, Truman Baughman
of that ' city. Mr. Baughman is one
of the teachers in the Medford public
Mrs. J. B. Knowles, who resides out
north of Independence, sustained a
broken wrist last Friday, resulting
from a fall. A doctor of Indepen
dence was called and the fracture was
reduced. She is improving satisfac
torily and will soon be recovered from
The common battery system being
installed by the Home Telephone
Company, is the latest development
in telephoning. While it is much
more expensive to install, it enables the
operators to give almost instant con
nection and makes even a low tone ot
voice absolutely distinct. tf 416
A great many people imagine they
hav heart trouble when the fact is
that the whole trouble lies in the
stomach. The pains in the side around
the region of the heart are not neces
sarily heart trouble. We suggest that
you start with the stomach and when
ever you feel a depression after eating
or whenever your food seems to nause
ate take Kodol. It will not be very
long until all these "heart pains" will
disappear. 'Take Kodol now and
until you know you are right again.
There isn't any doubt about what it
will do and you will find the truth of
this statement verified after you have
used Kodol for a few weeks. It Is sold
here by Dove A Williams.
lilS Mill J vaaiug ivnuwi uiuvv r.
vita Royal Craps Cream c lartar
made from grancs
Insures healthful and
delicious food for every
home every day
Safeguards jonr food against
alum and phospnate of lime
Vote for W. I. lieynolds.
Kodak tl to 20 at Craven A
Suitcases, hand trii, at Mewiner,
Conkey A Walker'. 6-21
Genuine Butter Nut bread at
Irvine's grocery. tl42
New g.xxls arriving daily at Messner,
Conkey A Walker'. o-il
Your Credit is good for a phono
graph at Craven A Moore.
The latest model in men' hat at
Messner, Conkey A Walker's.
When vou want a good work glove
remember F. S. Wilson ha them all
If you need ft good pair of glove
go to Geo. Dunham' and get a pair
of Osborne glove. They are the
best. r"2l tf
The; Home Telephone Company
has a large force of men at work in
stalling their modern system, which
will be completed not later than July
1st. lt -i0
Cora Walker, who suffered an at
tack of appendicitis some time ago.
is so far convalesced that she is able
to be out again. She is visiting tier
sister,. Mrs. Lancefield, of Portland
Whn vou think of indigestion
think of Kodol. for it is without doubt
the only preparation that completely
digests all classes of food. And that
is what you need when vou have iu
digestion" or Btomach trouble -something
that will act promptly hut
thoroughly, something that will get
right at the trouble and do the very
ar.rk itBelf for the stomach by digesting
the food- that you eat and that is Kodol.
It is pleasant to take.
Dove & Williams.
It is sold by
An Insidious Danger.
rine of the worst features of kidney
trouble is that it is .an insidious disease
Miffnre the victim realizes his
danger he may have a fatal malady.
Take Foley's Kidney Kemeay at iuo
first sign of trouble as it corrects irreg
ularities and prevents Brlght's disease
and diabetes. D. G. Doye.
Train No M leaved Independence dally 6:00
a. m.; leaves Monmouth,t):15 a. m.; arrive
Pallas 6:40 a. m.
Train No 08 leaves Independence dally
10-50 a. m.; leaven Monmouth, 11:05 a. m.;
arrives Dallas, 11:30 a. m.
Train No 70 leaves Independence dally 6:16
p. m.; leave Monmouth 6:30 p. m.; arrive Dal
las 6:56 p. m.
Train No 67 leaves independence dally TM
a.m.; leaves Monmouth 7:40a. m.; arrive
Train No 73 leaves Independence dally 8:30
p. in.; leaves Monmouth 8:50 p. m.; arrives
FOR MONMOUTH ONLY
Leaves Independence dally 2:30 p. m.
IT. .e I An ..as Ta llaa Aal In .m.nl Mnn
rrain no oa wcn a.. . ..." . " '
day S:30a. m;. leaves Monmouth 8:55 a. m.; ar
rives inuuuBi'w w. ..
Train No 101 leaves Dallas sitkdat oWlt
8:56 a. m.; arrives Monmouth 7:0 a. m. ar
rive! Independence 7:30 a m.
Train No 6 leavei Dallas daily 1:00 p.
...k l.QAn n i-.l.TQ. lnll.ll.n-
leaves hiuwumi..w p. "". - . .r
dence 1:40 p. m. (This train eonnecU at Mon-
moutn lor Aims;
Train No 71 leaves Dallas dally 7:85 p. m.;
leaves Monmouth 8 p. m.; arrives Independ
ence 8:15 p. m.
Train No 68 leaves Alrlle daily a m.;
leaves Monmouth 9A5 a. m.; arrives Inde
peadence S-50 a. m. (This train ooonecu at
Monmouth tor Dallas)
Train No 72 leaves Airlis daily 8:0S p. m.;
leaves Monmouth 640 p. m.; arrives Inds
paodencs 6:56 p. m
Train No WO leave Alrlle m. euw-
bat o lt arrives Monmouth . p. ns. ar
rives ladepeDdence p. m.
FROM MONMOUTH ONLT
Leaves MramooMh tor Independence eir
"In February cur dauirhter had llie
whooping counh. Mr. Iuie of Hart
land, recommended Chamberlalu'i
Cough Remedy, and ld it gave hie
customers the best of aatisfartlon. We
found U he laid, and can recommend
It to anyone having children tronbled
with whooping rough," says Mrs. A.
Gosa, of Durand. Mich. For sale by
P. M. Kirkland
CASTOR I A
tai t-Cants, and Children.
Th8 Kind You Haifa Always Bought
FOR FARM PRODUCE
... BY THE
The Willamette Valley Company
Ught, Tower & Water at Very Reasonable Rates
WATER RATEJ('il'r !' meter a..li l ri
dfiioee only ) Hceid. n.e rt on meter api'1" cu
lomere only ho .ay fJ WUi.d over at the rate (
jht 1,000 gallon; minimum 1 1 00 r month.
ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER RATE
Ilwidonce, 15 cent jx r K. W.
HiuineM houaea, 85 1 enU xr drop ami 5 ci nti per K. W.
Tower, ralea on applU ation.
OFFICE AT WATERWORKS PIIONH MAIN 4!
Independence Billiard Parlor
IW. J, Kirkland, Proprietor
Confectionary and SrooKtri' Supplios
Tho Place to Spend Pleint Hour " j
H. Hirichberg, Tre.. A. Nelson, Vice Prer C. W. IrviRe, Caeh.
Independence National Bank
Transacts a General Banking Business
Interest Paid on Time Deposit
Directors: II. Hirg-hberg, A. Nelson, D. W. Ser, B. F.
Smith and J. E. Rhodes.
Chas. HornbacK, Proprietor
SHORT ORDERS AND REGULAR DINNERS- MEALS 25 CENTS AND UP
MEALS AT AIA IlOUltS DAY
Special Rates to Kegular Boarders
Independence, Oregon -:- Opposite Little Palace Hote!
If so, see the line we are offering at our
Saturday Sale, May 23d
$4.00 Values at $3.50 $2.50 Values at $2.00
3 50 " 3.00 1.75 " 1.50
2.75 " " 2.25- Sizes 32 to 46.
The best line ever offered at these prices.
WHEN IN DOUBT BUY OF
" KRAMER, THE JEWELER"