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About West side enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1908)
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of Clotlhing and Furnishings
We have placed our entire stock at your mercy,
without regard for former prices amerciless sacrifice
on our part.
CAHN BLOCK COMP.
Don't fail to attend this greatest sale of Men's Goods
ever conducted in the Willamette Valley
Mr. M. M. Long nml wife of Cor
vallirt, were tint guests of Mrs. Iiurk
Mr. ond Mm, 1'. Chase visited with
F. H. IhMry and family Sunday.
Hanker Ira C. Powell and wife vis
ited with relative8 out at Cochrane
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Haley and little
goii Harold, nuide $74 in fourteen
dayi at Fitchurd A Wolfe's hop yard
Monday evening a banquet and a
special business meeting was held by
I. 0. 0. F. oflicers in W O. W. Hull.
Rev. H. E. Ilornsehuch, of the
Evangelical church of Portland, con
ducted tlie second quarterly confer
ence lor the yeur last Saturday and
Sunday at the Evangelical church of
I)ougla (iilliam of Bridgeport, and
his mother-in-law, Mrs. M. Dressier,
wore railing on friends in this place
Sam Davis, formerly of Luckiamute
is moving to the Georgo Whiteaker
place north of here.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Angell of Tort
land, will make this their residence.
He will have a position in T.A. Riggs'
Mrs Susie Stanton started to Onta
rio, Malheur county, Saturday, to re
sume her school work there. Her
mother, Mrs. J. II. Powell, accompan
ied her as far as Portland, where they
will visit for awhile.
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Martin visited at
R. F. Lows, near Rickrcall, recently,
t being; Ihe firnt carriage ride- Mrs. Mar
tin ha hud for nearly two years, bar
; ing been confined' to her home by sick
ness. She is post sixty years of agw,
and we- urn very glad t make not" of
T. 'A. Biggs- was a passenger to- Port
land Monday on. businessi II. L.
Crider of Dallas, in head clerk in the
store during his- absence..
Mrs. C. K. Teats hoe- been visiting
her mother, Mrs. Eva. Butk, fop fche
Miss Nellie- Link came- dlown fcam
Falls City and1 will be tA guest, of
Miss Lillian Bogart for a few days.
While in Monmouth she attended Miss
Maud Hawliey's wedding.
Mis ILoiura Mallory formerly of
Michigan, will teach the Airlie scltool
which bt-xarr Monday. She is visiting
Miss Li'Biun Bogart.
The Christian Endeavor Society
gave a raieptKm to the-student b-wly
of the O. S. N. &r at th Christian
church which was- favorably reoeiTed,
At the-home oc the- bri-ite's parents
at Monmouth,, Sept. 30,. '08, atr 10
o'clock ai m., Frances-,. the third dawgh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J.. Pettit,. was
united in. marriage to S-. ClAy Taylor,
Rev. G. W. Pewtheret ofliiatingony
near relatives and special Amends being
present.. Mr. anili Mis.. Taylor went
immediately te their hnwne at Oak
Grove,, where they will be- at home to
their many friends.
A miscellaneous shower pasty was
given Mins Maud Haw ley last Friday
evening by a few of her friends at the
home of liar parents, on College Ave.,
in honor ofi her anticipated marriage
to Dr. II..A. Buaucliamp, of Stayton.
Th--3 proccr.t wore: Mrb. J. II. Htw
ley, Eva Butler, Fwd Hnber, Peter
Schreuders, T. A. Rgs P. E. Chase,
John Doughty, Misttes Etfa4 Newman,
Myrtle Stearns, Eiiaa Guthrie, Olive
Pettit, Ina Murphy, Eifie; Shore, Orice
Hawley,. Agnes Clarke, Olea Shore,
Lillian Bogart, Paradtite Doughty,
Maggia Butler. A delightful evening
was enjoyed by aJ3V and the presents
were unique and ueeful.
Mie Mae Traee of Junction City,
is a pleasant visitor in town.
yks. B. F. Mwlkey of iledford, ar
rijel Monday to be present at the
wedding of her sister, Miss , Maud
The Monmouth cannery closed last
Monday, having finished a good sea
I will pay $25 reward for the recov
ery of one- Moline wagon, 3J in. axle,
which was taken from my place about
three weeks ago. Compliance with
this notice will save trouble to the
party who now has the wagon. The
law will be invoked if reduced to the
extremity. II. WONDER,
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Like a Slave
all day long, when you cani get a Yost
Gearless Washer to do the work.
Buy a Yost Gearless Washor and
you will say it is the best machine
you ever had in your home.
The Yost Gearless Washer is one
of the finest machines that has ever
been put into any home. The Yost
Gearless Washer is operated by a
water motor, and requires practically
no attention. Connect the hose to
your faucet, turn on the water and
the machine does the work. Try one
and you will never regret it.
We have just received a shipment of Floor Rugs
of all kinds
Axminster, Cambridge, Body Brussels, Middlesex Rugs, Roxbury Tapestries,
Metropolitan Brussels Imperial Tapestries, Oxford Brussel Rugs, Bigelovv Brus
sels and Wilton Velvets. These rugs are in all sizes. We have also received a
large shipment of Ingrain Art Square Rugs. We now have the largest line of
Ruga ever introduced in any store in Salem.
Call and see them.
You'll find our prices extremely low.