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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1908)
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Independence Leading Store
The hot weather has at last arrived and if you are
in need of any cool clothes we have the best lines to
be had in the city no seconds, everything first qual
ity. We have selected a few specials in our Men's
and Young Men's Summer Suits which we will offer
for one week beginning Saturday, July 11th, at the
following reduced prices:
$10.00 two-piece suit for
10.00 " " "
13.50 three-piece " "
12.50 " " "
The above are all well worth tho original price, but the season i$ petting
well along and we !o not wish to carry theso tilings over, lience the cut in
Yours for a square deal,
Confcey, Walker (Si Lehman
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
Patronize our advert irs.
Dr. Aliln, Dentlut, Cooper Bid. tf
Old papers at this office. 25c a lain
A full stock of legal blank for ualc
at this office.
Dr. Ducahne, dentist, over Inde
pendence National Bank.
Mra. F. Moseman lias been in
Tacoma during the past week visiting
E. M. Youne and W. W. Tercival
were in attendance at the races in
Albany last week.
J. F. Smith of the Monmouth
country was a business visitor in
V. Kutch and family of Carlton
were in this city last week, guests of
Mr. Kutch's brother, G. W. Kutch.
Alberta Barry who is here from
Alaska, is visiting at the home of
Mabel Torterfield, south of this city.
Gus Fredrickson, a prominent
farmer of the Monmouth neighbor
hood, transacted business here Satur
A marriage license was issued
recently at Eugene to Glen W
Saunders of Independence and Grace
Bierce of Mound.
S. Gross, a resident of the Airlie
country, was a pleasant caller on the
Enterprise Thursday last. Mr. Gross
was on his return from a business
visit to Portland.
Sawed oak posts for sale. All kinds
from 4 inches up; large anchor posts.
Also square timber for building blocks
at 2Jc foot, at T. A. Riggs, the grocer
whose nrices are right, Monmouth, tf
C, L. Starr, secretary of the board
of regents of normal schools, was
in Independence Tuesday. Mr. Starr
is spending the week at Monmouth
assisting in the details of prepar
ation for the summer course.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
flu Kind You Have Always Bought
FOR FARM PRODUCF
New line laces and embroideries just
in at Moiwner, Conkey A Walker's.
Pr. It. E. Duganneient the Fourth
with friends and relatives in Portland.
E. E. Purring of Coquille, Washing
ton, visited Monday with friends in
Ernest Johnson of Sumpter, Oregon,
. ... 1.1 . . 1
is here tins wecK me guesi oi ins
mother who resides nere.
Sewing machines, needles, oil and
extras, repairing a specialty, go to II.
II. Jasperson, who will try his best to
please you. tf
Wood for Sale Second growth at
3.50, old growth $4.00 r cord
livered. S. Cox, Indejeiidenee.
Phone 143. tf4-2
The last to do for departed friends,
provide them w ith the best robes and
caskets. Jasperson keeps them lit
reasonable prices. tf
Mrs. John Belt who has been on a
isit with her daughter, Mrs. Ornisby,
of Portland, returned to her home in
this city Sunday.
Good Second-hand buggies and
light business rigs for sale cheap.
Call nt shop near depot and P. O.
J. C. W. Miller, Monmouth, 7-16
Miss Cecile Wilcox, who has been
attending the University of Oregon
during the school year which has
just drawn to a close, returned to
her home in this city Monday.
Mrs. D. Taylor accompanied by her
sister, Mrs. A. L. Moore of Corvallis,
were Salem' visitors Monday, Mrs.
Moore having gone there to receive
medical attention at a hospital of
For the benefit of all who desire to
attend the Chautauqua Assembly at
Gladstone Park this summer July
7th to 16th the Southern Pacific
will grant special rates on the certif
icate plan. 7-16
The DeVarney Waggoner Co. re
cently completed a plant at Edmonds,
Wash., similar to the one being in
stalled for the Home Telephone Co.
here. The system has given entire
satisfaction and the business is stead
ily increasing, 4-11 tf
A. W. Stansberry spent the fourth
at Cornelius. That city did big
things, having had a four day's go at
it. Three days were given to a
carnival and one to the celebration.
Mr. Stansberry was pressed into ser
vice in the martial band on the four
Mrs. E. M. Stroud has gone to San
Francisco to study styles and select
fall millinery goods. She will return
about the middle of August with a
full and complete line of everything j
up-to-date. The store will be open
and in charge of competent help
during her absence. 7-23
Mrs. G. A. Wilcox, who has been on
an extended visit with relatives and
friends in Morris, Minnesota, return
ed to Independence Friday. Mrsfl
Wilcox expressed herself as greatly
pleased to get back to Oregon where
the climate is so much more ideal
than in any other place in the
Fresh j-Mncnrn criup at Craven A
Portland bread fresh ever day
at Irvine's grocery, tf-l
f A good pair of Reading gist
fc. oco I w at ivirauici a.
Geo. lunlmtn has just received a
fine line of summer and plush robes, tf
W. O. Cook, a business man of
Eugene, attended the funeral services
of Henry Truman Baughman.
Mrs. E. E. Paddock and children
returned Thursday of last week from
a protracted visit with friends in Port
Wanted Party to haul 100 cords of
wood. For information apply to
Little Palace Hotel, Independence,
Mrs. Win. Xey arrived last week
from White Bind', Washington, to
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Foley's Orino Laxative, the nv lax
ative, stimulates, tut does not irritate.
It la the best laxative. ( iuaranteed or
your money back. Doye & Williams.
'1 he Home Telephone Co. does not
want to tie patrons up with u con
tract; they will rely upon superior
service to retain subscribers. 4-1 ltf
H. J. Millatt, a florist connected
with the firm of Clarke Bros, of Port
land, has been spending a wee kvisiting
at the home of II. G. Stone at Luckia
Lost In Independence, check book,
Black Morrocco cover, on Indepen
dence National Bank. Of no value
to anyone but owner. Leave at this
lrtlni' grwrjr. ti-'2
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lunula nt r ..iiui the fourth.
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la t tailing at thi hoiim ( A. l Mmh
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put on at II. M. I .1 , lM)tli
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country, a i l.ni carr at Ibia
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plnuaiit l'.t I'llla tll av ( lnkt.
8vl. by Ik A Williams
For Slt HorM power Imy IhUt. j
For information rail on r MhIiI.mumii,
IiitlejiMidfiu-e, Or i;oii, I'liono 'iWV. fi
If you ihhI a gol pair of j;n.
git ti Geo. unlia in an. I p't a air
of tUiriie' gUtt. They n the
lNt. ft-2. If
Bran new wagon. l-ihhI double
hariK and learn we gliing I20O e h,
foraale by J. N. Joiie, Iiuli'lx'iiili'iti'p,
Mr. I. C I'ii lev relumed to lu-r
home in thin city Tin--d.iy afltr a
plenanl vii-il with friends in Scio and
.Mrs. to o. WilU'lt ami ilaulili r il
parted J iiexlay on lur way to San
1 riinciM'o to nj.iiii her litii-lmul a I
For Salt Fresh milk cow. For in
formation cull on J. F. May, tbr
miles south-west of Independence
Oregon. Tcleiihoiic 7S.
iHfWitt'a Witch Haxel halvo U jtomI
for cuts, burna, bruiat and icmtelii'
It is es'eciallv uihxI fur nilea Il-o-
omuieiuled and fold by ."ovo A Wil
Mrs. A ill Tuvlor and daugbter of
Portland visited with relatives here
and at Monmouth the last of the
week. She returned to her Portland
The new switchlioard for tho Home
Telephone Co. will U' installed within
the next few weeks and the Company
will then Ih ready to install tele
phones nromiitlv. 4-11 tf
('. W. Leonard was a pleasant call
r on the Enterprise ollice last
Tuesday. He expects to leave in
few days for his old home in
Missouri to visit his mother who is in
Tiie ftim'tion of the kidneys is to
strain out the iinpuritie of the blond
which is roiiNtftiitly passlni; through
them, Foley's Kidney Itemed)' makes
the kidneys healthy. They w ill strain
out all waste matter from tho blond.
Pake Foley's Kidney Kemedy and it
w ill make yen well. Dove ii Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dickinson gave
dinner Saturday tho Fourth. The
lining room was decorated with white
roses, l lie guests were .iir. and .urs.
W, L. Bice and niece, Florence, Mr.
and Mrs. llenrv Molt, Mrs. Sam GolV
iind (laughter Vena, Mr. and Mrs.
Lannwear anil son, Earl, of South
Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. George Dickinson
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charlton
and family of Vancouver, Washington,
Henry Dickinson, Don Dickinson
Harvey Dickinson and Mrs. Koy
WASHINGTON ANO TINTM STUCCTt
WRITE FOn CATALOG
Tht School that J'hrrt You in a Omul Volition
If you want sonic
thing: nice for. sum
mer uet one of our
Price, $6 anil $7
O. A. K RAM ICR
FOR SIGNS THAT ATTRACT
S)S Albert Sperling
kJo6 Sign Pair 'er
MAKE YOUR OWN STOCK FOODS Bf USING
SKIDOO HORSE AND CATTLE TABLETS
Cruh and mil In feed ortalt Proper dot in tablet
Makes Your Stock Look Like the Top Price
Foi Hortca, Cattle, Sheep, Swine and Fowlt. The are tntde from the ictive nrincio! or the
eondenecd eucnee of tbe druj. They don't contain Sewdait, Athci, Chop Feed or Bran. Are Jurt
at food when 10 yrare old ae when 10 days old. Thr comply with all pure druj lin, Aik for
and try onca SKIDOO Condition Tahlete. or SKIDOO Wonn, Kidney, Chicken Cholera.
Hlnler, Cethartic, Meaec. Fever. Hot Cholera, Dietemper, Hmk Kye, Colic Uhletaorlxuee Howdcr,
Spavin Cure or Barb Wire Liniment. Distributed by THE BLUE BELL MEDICINE CO.
Incorporated; Capital Slock Huo.wjo.ooi Watertown, South Dakota. U. S. A.
For ulo by I1ANNA IliVINK, Inloifii(ltMHi', Oregon
A GOOD WELili OF WATER
Is IndlHpenHiililK to every fiirm . Ve have Inid
Hplt'iiillil huceexH in oliluinlng wuler in all our
We are prepnred to do wuler and oil well drill
ing and all kintlM of prospecting.
I N D E 1J K N D K N C K, OH.
Stray White horse about five
yearn, weighs 900, branded on right
houlder, shod all round. Owner
call and get him and settle bill for
keep and this adv. Jones' feed
barn. tf2 5
George Koach, accompanied by
Mrs. Koach, are visiting at the home
of H. G. Seeley. They are' residents
of Nebraska from where they came a
couple of weeks ago. They spent
some time visiting Sound cities.
From Independence they expect to
go to visit with relatives in California
on their way returning to Nebraska.
There is one preparation known
today that will promptly help tbe
stomach. This la Kodol. Kodol di
gests all classes of food and it does it
thoroughly, so that tbe use of Kod.il
for a time will without doubt help any
one who has stomach trouble. Take
Kodol today and continue it for tbe
short time that is necessary to give
you complete relief, Kodol is sold by
Dove & Williams.
Clover Leaf Eebekah Lodge No. 56
installed the following officers at their
regular meeting Tuesday evening:
N. G., Mrs. Ruth Conkey; V. G., Mrs.
Clara Williams; R. 8. N. G., Mrs.
Florence Allin; L. S. N. G., Mrs.
Nellie Damon; Secretary, Mrs. Hattie
Henkle; Treasurer, Mrs. Nettie
Bohannon; Conductress, Mrs. W. A.
Messner; Warden, Mrs. Lena Jones;
Chaplain, Miss Katherine Jones; R. S.
V. G., Mrs. Sarah Irvine; L. 8. V. G.,
Mrs. George Keyser. Installing officer
Miss Katherine Jonea.
From nine subordinate lodges with
a total membership of !!!), in 18S1
to iU.i lodges, witn wkj members, in
1908, has been tho tremendous growth
of the Knight of Pythias in Oregon
since the inception of the grand
lodge 27 years ago. Equally as
interesting is the fact that the finan
ces of the fraternal organization have
increased at corresponding ratio.
the balance on hand in 1881 being
$2803, while at the opening of the
present year the grand master of ex
chequer had f 08,302 in his possession
I Tie Star
Drilling Mine Co. I
is erecting a plant at
for the manufacture of their
for water, oil, gas, etc., etc.
A moderate amount of
money will start yon in
a profitable business.
have been proved by
Competitive Tests to be
Th Best In The World.
For full particulars regard
ing well drilling machines,
tools, supplies, etc., write to
THE STAR DRILLING MACHINE CO.
Independence Billiard Parlor
W. J. Kirkland, Proprietor
Confectionery and Smoheri'
The Place to
Spend a Pleasant
PALACE MEAT MARKET 1
LONG & CHAMBERLIN, Proprietors.
AH Kinds of fresh and cured Meats,
and fish in season.
Iiow Folates Bast
rX.t.,.!:.i., SOUTHERN PACIFIC
(Lines In Oregon) From INDEPENDENCE, ORE., a follows
BOTH WAYS ONE WAT
THROUGH PORTLAND VIA. CALIFOHNIA
Chicago ; (74.45 $89.45
St. Louis 69.95 84.45
St. Paul 61.95 83.70
Omaha 61.95 76.95
Kansas City 61.96 76.95
Tickets will be on sate May 4, 18; June S, 6, 19, 20; July
6, 7, 22, 23; August 6, 7,21,23
Cmd far rmturn lit 90 Hmyt with tapmvmr prlvllmgmm ml mimmaura
wtthlm llmttm. Rmntift0r tha tlatmt
it further 1p formation eall no O. A. WILCOX, Local Agent
Or write WM. McMURRAY, Q. P. A., Portland, Or.