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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1895)
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ink. In.lcei.d..iice, Oregon.
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V": A.: ovVr' lnd,,endeee
ulluiml Hunk, Independence,
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tri, Motimo"U. Oie.
HAL AH 11 I. ''u vt. i,!,,,
having and y';' ,,?.. i:,o, Ulr
our work. VSTy fahi irt.
anted snturotory. uu'
tfonmouih. Or. .
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TTwo Imtli tin
Items of Local News.
O. A. Kmiiior.-Jewolur,
I'ure li'tjlioru 'KK" frulo H. L.Koril
Lu.lliVfwicyikliU t HtiKrktoii A
V. . Wrlghl, Ab.(roU Hixl Umtm,
Tliy Imve nvw immiU t tl lMio
v Vf. Kpky, tlm iluutUt, guirunUx
nil )il work.
If you wit Htnii(' lniil you will
gel flit ami utioiig.
I,UllllV loW UlllHlUU IHU1Hil v
, ut tmlim kikI Unt wiolf-
l.rtlHOlUllN. l'.lu H.
a iiuw linn of '"iit iiovt-U for 15
('-. in ul Cloill'. IU'f lro.
" liny your brmitl at Ihiuly A liO-iku .
'i'lify kwji HiroiiK' li" '",,u I'fi'"''
(lo. K. Muoniiltty i liuvltijr III
IiuII.IIiik on ltiillr.ml trwt 't Iwk
HOIIIO ."l IW't.
,. Why o wltlioutclotbeyVii Jciiku
ilit tailor will fiiriiUliyoii'wllh h milt
fur f U or(i pulrof miil !
' Mm. Murlo V. M.'tclinn.jwlfn of Htulo
Tn-Hnuiur Mi'li-liun, d led In Huleiu at
Vi :Mi. hi. on thtf Ml liiMtmit.
Mr. Nlrliolwm rvtuniml liomo
WiilinwUy from Wt '' '",r
KmiHhluUKliUT, Min. IW, ntCorvnlllii.
Tin- U'rl of ll4K'ii tl,u M,,u'
mouth Nortnl wln'M hi-Ul milli"K
,,t Moiinioiiiu vci!.iiuy ftftiMuooii.
Mr. JiiHiihoii li'lmvliiK IiIh n-l-tU-uie
rulw.1 iiiMiut iwvi-ii ItH-t for the
,.urHH of piUlliiB l rli'k buH-nielli.
T1lL- ,'.IIC A" It'llV.H Ill(lcH'lllnlK'l'
vrv moriiliiKHt u oVIot'k . !, fr
Kttlciii.'Hiot rHuruliitf U-ttvw Huli-m ut
I :W l in
There w III I n i?nlr nti vlu.m nt tho
KviiiiKtH'-'l 1'ur,'1' '" M'""",,ul"
l,i.xlrUiilyt7oVloi-l4 J. in. y ltv.
i.. H. Hi.ln r.
Hev. L H. tUhorwIll bo unublo to
nil rL'iilur wMmliitiunitKl' t'ulvury
..i i. .... Kiimluv. uwlnit t tliu
iiiuii ii in '' - ' 1
unt"tlui t UuIIhIoii.
i .,..11,1 u.u.ilihv. ilanuliti-r of
., J. J4UV(1W ' - - - .1 '
IU.inneiitullve Jloollii.y of Morrow
I., linn Uh'u vUiitni: roluilw mid
frli-mU Iii Monmouth.
Tho I ton !'' nly currlin..ine
Unt uit'l nrvl cmiiiIU-. fn-Kli rnulH,
IIUtHOf til klHll Il Vltl M IhO llllfhi,
llnin of i lt;nrit uud luluinww.
Tirtv..t?rii who tlfKlro Rood woiii
dntloiiN ulw'uyn Hlop Ht tin. Littl;;
I'uhuf hol. l, w hllo l liMh-lH-li.li-m-
Thtf l-t riHinm uud the U-t hu-hU In
Mm. NurcW While Klum-y, rel-'
.I....L ,.t Hiu W. t'.T. U., will k-cluii? ut
" Dr, Kiloy, dim tint, Moumouili."
1 Htrong' hoiiiu mudu bread mdln'on
llinrlin. Try l..
Kiicouni hotim eulirirl by if
wnl.lng tlm "All A.''
The IilHlmur Inw adjourned b6t
Ui N. 1. It.lt. all II num.
i MIh Myrtle Davln, of McCoy, It
. . .. 1..ILII
TIiimo "Jlrowuie l.uuuu jur-
are going fat nl Clodfullt-r Jlro.
MUM Cora lmpHey w vIhUIm
among friend lu Mou mouth thl we-K.
J. V. (Jrovwi and wlfo, of l)ill,
.... ... i.. il. Iu nllt ImiL
were vmiiiug irienu i n" vj
Mr.Hoott Jiioob. a irui:llciil tinner
and plumber, 1 In tlm employ of It. M.I
Wudo A Co.
Hiv tlieaeluolloii author la Uimho 25
cent novel wsllliitf for iu eei n
C'ludfollur J iron.
W. II. Huwley agent for theN. 1.
It. It. will be glud to (iiote you ruw: io
l're. V. L. Cumpli ll deliver a lecU
. - nuu,ili.ll,,ll tlL
ure ueioru ine leucm-i"
Mr. Mllh'h KiiU.ii.oI l'orthiml, I
vlHitlng w!Il her pureut. Mr. and
Mr. J. It. Cooper, In thin city.
KuykendiAl and Adam uhlppod
475 mutton" nhwp to I'ortlutid lut
Mpndny by tho Nteumer Klwcxjd.
Mr. V. K. Urimtu and Mr. Clulre
Irvine, of thl elly, are vlnltlug rela
livit and friend In MrMlnuvlllo thl
At thu annual auhiiol meeting Mon
duy evening J. Donmlfo wo re-elected
director and J. D. Irvlue clerk for dis
trict No. 2!.
I,ewl llelmlok,' of tho firm of Hc!-
mlck J Iron., of l'arker, w proprietor
and iniinuiier of tho Independence
Roller in 11 In.
Va.nini KUu returned home from
Wnlmi. Tti"mluy eveiitng. He I look
Ing'lfi 'upleiidld heulth and aaya that
. j, i. . .......
He uever iuh ikiki,
A chliiumuti. emiiloyed a roiictalwut
at tho MUlo I'alaee hotel, died lu thl
city Ut Monday. Heart dieue 1 thej
Jehu Kurro and Clmrlle Tentrue
Htutlcd for Kouthcrn California last
Monday. Mr. Kurre jfiKulii M-urch of
hcallh'uiid Mr. fcague in m-ureli of
Minn Cora Flher and Ml Myrtle
Miller have cloned out llielr inillinery
btiHliieM here aul win reuiovu . .-v.-hmd,
Onuon, where they eXKxt lu
' engage In btisluew.
' . . 1111 ...I A.f
U.S. 1'ortwiH.J ati'i J. J- inKS'"".
Mi.iiinouth, were cycled director and
clerk reject fully of hcIiooI dlMtrle.t No.
13 lust Monday even luft. Mr Hlu;lin
haswrved one term u'!io"l clerk.
A large brown umr gray ciiwm
....... I. ..h K.tluriluV
,iiiuini",,ii, - . ii.
"nlluhtuiit.'iAidat Dulla on Huudiiy ovommt waa atoleii fcyiii the rcHltlen. e
:,, , ,,. jofMr. 1). II. Clodfelter In thla city
J. 1). IKVINE,
JusticB of the lqacB,
' Hi fcM'mltjf'
II. M. UNKS,
! the '.Mlh
The local W. C. T. U. or Indepen
cHn.e wlllimrl l U M- K- tl,ll,'ch
sou t h, Haul p!.y al'ieniM.n ut -:-('- The
jM.lte I cordially luvlted to attend the
h,Ht Monday night. A tramp wan hwii
prowling ubout the premise lu the
II. K Aiidemon, of the linn of It. M.
v...'i.. . t' . of this city, returned
(m. toai lw',"l.4J!L7w SI.Ml.ton
LudliV vet5mUcucb atMUK kU.ii
Ir. Kpley, the dentlt, Moiiiuoiith,
doe crown and brMgo work.
The "Alice A" Boc Ui Halum every
duy lu the week, except Humbiy.
The Kmtkki'KIHk and dregoiiluri
forlayear. Inqulreal Ihlnonii.
Hood' I'HIa euro all liver ill, relieve
ootiMtipution audiuwlt iltllou 2."o.
V. A. l'utterwin haa been Wild up for
the hint ten day with aomWhlug like
A No. I French lmirted nardlnnot
It. II. Knox', 15 cent acituor two xor j
Yellow Denver onion net ut It. J I.
lOiox'a, 15 cent a pound or two pound
Ladle' bootn, men', biy' aud
cl'lldrcu' ulna.- In vurlely at riock
tofi it lluukle'.
Mr. J. M. Vaughuu, of Ilickrcall.
wo lNltlng among relative in una
dty over Huuduy. t
If vou wautaflrHt-clu') Job of plumu-
In'gor tlunlug call on Bc'Nt Jocoba at
It M. Wade A Co.
Mr. M J. Morrl. of Albany, wmh
vliilllng with Mr, l'ruiik Iewla dur
ing the fore part of the wc-'k.
A Hub line of cariet warp ut Ktocktou
The traveling public appreciate good
hotel accomodation. The bent ly la
deiinleiice will be found at tho I-lttlo
Fuller, the blackmllh, I til! In
town and doing better 'and cheaper
work, for canh than auy nhop in l'olli
coii!ty. You wlli;ilud him at the old
lUlay are dangerous. A'' dollar
gpciit for Hood' r-ai-wipaillla uoiy hiay
present Uluts which will be eiH;n
mve and hard lo bear. Now I the
time to take Hood'Huruprilltt,'
Clarence Ilenkle and Frauk Hall
urrlveU home lost Friilajt- fioln'ttt.
Loui Mo., where they have- been at-
teurflug Hie uiedlcal school during the
noHtViuter. These youug gemwrueu
Bpeuk lu high terms of the city- but do
not uiluilru tho chinote, it belug too
cold for Dative boru Oregouiuus.
The J. F. O'l-Hinnell company has
Ix eii lucorjorated with a capital stock
of 11.000. The IncoruojaUjrs are J: F.
O'Uoiniell, U. H. Taylor, J. D. Irvine,
I..C. (Jilmore. Lewi Helmlcl; aua J,
Dornsilo. The company i orguiiwid
for the imriHwo of dealing iu hardware,
stove, tiu-waie and agricultural iiu-
I If you want to purchase blank wa
.ui. iiiit-cluiiii deed.H. bond
riHij . " ' t
fordcctlH, real estute mortgages, chattel'
mortgage (Ming or recording,) crop
molt gages, i dense of mortgage, re
newul of chattel lnortgnges, or any
other legtd blanks, call at this ollli.
Mail onlers promptly rilled, tscud &r
price Hat, ' ' ' '
"tOLiTIn F SHH - UKAUS.
Tho riafls ol tt KttloM. The enter
taimuint given at the opera house
lunif'riday tveuma under the nus-
IndepeiideiK. Hon. John W. Fair
bank, Miiierlnleudont of the I'uget
Hound Chautauqua aM-lutioii for the
past three years, will give au Illus
trated itereopllcan entertaliunelit
lading part of thl celebrated Ix'k
will lienrlillttiillyix.rtruyed Ihi mean
ofoneofthw II " dl.lvh.g tre.,,
tlcun.. A large nuinls r of beautiful
view. Illustrating the career of 'Bcjl
Hiir," and thl "Tale of the Christ
1.MI-. 1 1, row ii onU the large canva
vivldlv told. The
IHI lliv,"ij " -
v,.lrtalii lit I lor the belieni
r'...,r..,iiroiiul churcn. Admission
f.,ra,lult: cent, children under H
vesr 15 et;tl U, Door ou at 7:U p.
iii. entertainment ai 7.ii .
day evening, March VI,
Hew .Cms Makinfl Parlori.-Mr. i.
Layton Jenk an.l Mrs. Frank lievw
liuvLioiomed out a drewunafcing em--
liMhinent lu tho residence of Sire. D,
neat two-try renidnnce on the
coriiir of JJride anJ Montgomery
Uev. Swockhatnmer, a rocetit
arrival fioni renimylvania, it liold
ing a BcriB of uieoting Lore.
Interest I gH)J.
MisHe Vint C. Gilbert, "Winnie
UilU-rt. and Merer- W. C. Ilryant,
J. ,K. Hart, C. I. Htarr, I. M. Mur-
n. Y. V. aMcDCID are
np i.MicrceMi vo leocnurs
of the j tedded teachera meeting at Utillaa
outfit, lut formerly they boarded
at furin house along the river.
Si t. as 1'..
FA I It VIEW.
Gilliatn'a little boy it
quite i"iek. t
Mr. James Crown U alHoqultoill
Miss riiiiul; Cl'.rk, "f Smith
field, wn ii j to ht-T frienl Mi
Dora Gurio, who Uvea
f! L. Htarr. UMer
Uetta Hart, McTimmond vauev;
W. C. Bryant, Guthrie; Sadie
White, Hazel Dell; J. C. McFarlane,
Oukdale; C. J. Graham, Uridgeport;
II Taylor otifC and Ilallroud street. Mra. M nnw jvraiiiw. . ?. w. .
to their patrons. 'Iliey doM 'r t v . if i V tViltmi f.rn Gardner
t,romtly aAI tUfaeUiri!y. "5 " " . ZA ,Wt-
andcuttlng done in the latest tyijH.
. . . i. nmiHL Hfti Tn AiutnM fi.i. Mr. Dunn.
ami lit price io imn - (
sure aud give them a can
I M IKS
I near no uracu;wiu,w ioi
in. this vicinity.
Among the tewjhers of this pife, ; Hil0 jMJ(jr llt.lth.i
following are the location , of . fcjr n fin
Salt creek: ",M ......-
Wooden Vfeddlaa.-Dr. and Mr, u.
D, Ilutlcr celebrateu ineir wwwC
wedding Tuesday evening hist at tneir
residence iu this city. There were
present some 4?guets, relativi-s of Dr.
Hutler and wife. The usual refresh,
iiient were served mid a very pleasant,
social time enjoyed by all. The even,
lug's umusementf. consisted of music
aud parlor games. -Many present
were predated to the kind host and
hostess Of a niemeftto of the auspicious
driving on Sunday's. The young
ladies won't want lor twggy ruie
Miea Fannie Owen1 ii'--visiting
her brother near Salem"
William Bryant, of FaHa City,
will teach the Guthricchl this
There will be preachirig here
Oixt Sunday by Kev. Ginn."
HAItltlSON. At' her reehlcma in
IudependeDoe, Or., March 6, lfft5, at
12:15 p. m., after a brief illness of a
few hours only, Mrs; Laura V. Har
risou, aged 40 years, 4 mouths and 13
The deceased was The daughter or
Mrs. Nancy V. Golf and the late
Baui'iel F. Ooff, and wis born October
20, WIS, on the P.lckreull.PoIk county
Oregon. Mrs. Harrison was twice
married. The first mHrried was on the
"mil of January, ISC?, to Mr. Jerry
Gelw ick. There were born three nous
from this marriage Duvid, Aiford and
Frank, all of whom are living. Mr.
Oelwlek, Via husband of the deceased.
died several years ago. bubseiuenuy
the deceased was married' to Mr. A. C.
iT..rrluii. of Colfax, Wash., July U,
Farmers are busy md getting
along nicely with their work.
Quite a lively time was hai at
i,a a--twul m.-etinor Mondav. D.
O. Uronson waa elected director
and Wm. Lewis re-elected clerk.
Th entertainment eiven at this
pluce for the benefit of the Sun
day pchool. was a grand success in
every particular. A large crowd
was present arxl the live cent
counters were very liberally pat
Tracy Stnat will tate charge of
the school in the Montgomery dis-
rirt ndioinin?: here, about the
first, of Anril:- and -will teach-
spring and summer term.
Miss Vina Gilbert, of Falls City,
has been engaged to teach the
school at this place, to begin soon.
1S0O, Mr. Harrison jrviug "' j "-J ' grtLBit" a few
two veins after his marriage to Mrs. aim wooiy uuiiv fa
death of bcr u.iys uu.
Tho rwiwder that was to have
Farmers are putting in
best licks this fine weather.
13:11 IUul3, of near Albany,
bought 25 head of goat of I. M.
Simpson last week.
Robert Tarter and Guy Doming
a o k.bIu liiiift workine a wild
... .1.: . l.-rl.l..,. ,
Woods, son of .Sol. Wimdsof, homo from l, s V ,liw,(f t,ie ladies of thU l're.suvterian
i f .ikiriii i milt-iiN)iin ... , . , .....
If jfoii smoke lmr
ami Itmpiet mt( Un
of pipin and to'mceo,
mid very reasonable.
P. C: PATTERSON J
Wlilowa, wnslti this city W wlnesiiuj.
His 'father wasafoiuier rcd'nt of this
comity, but moved to Kiislern Oregon
everal year ago.
The county convention of the W.
C T. U.will iw hel.l at liideK'iidfiure
Mureh 22:h and 23. Mm. Narclssu
White Kinney, Stuto president of the
Vf, C. T. U., will be present mid lwlure
o Friday cveiilnjr'iue -2.
iS. 11. NVhltniow, pastor of the t on-
gregatlonal church, will pitacti a
llWkrcHll next tsuwi.ry m i a. i...
liiVudepi-udeneeat7-;i(li.. m. mh.jwi
f,r the evening: "How m
I I I, lids of tho Mauiiiiou ol uniigu-
We lire olVerlng fresh
caihllca iiiul nut at
u low a price us we
.....uil.lv in. SiO'niilo
FOOT IN IT
Did one of our customer in one
of those white Hitched jMiuited
toe vicl kid shoe that we w
selling so many of an.l she
woiildn't take it out. Said
"Wrap up my o'(1 0,""B. r,,10!
are toocomfortablo and neat to
eorrv home. ' .
If yon want times to wear, ana
dook neat, them 'em.
!And the Racket tstor can sup-
'lyJ"OU- Your, truly,
lug points. He enjoyeit a nne iri..
iv.. .i.i arrived lv.cre rrom
church was a very pleasant and sue
cescfuF Mlliilr. "The fl:igs of the
.. .. Jft . - ....... r.mtnra of the
, , . ..... ' Jaiiouti
Hoseburg WeHiiesauy mor.uos " - I evt.ni rol)rewuled us follows? Eng.
of tho saddest yet most sacred duties j JUlrtoIli Row CHidfelter,
av Irvine. Mabel Wells; Scotland
ni.lwlek. Fince the
second husbaud Mrs. Harrisou hz
made her home iu this city. She1, was
u lady of nmiable character and eu
joyed a large circle of friends. Her
death was a great ehocl: to thU com
munity for within a few hours of her
death she was apparently in good
health. The immediate cause of her
.l-nth was from heart disease. The
funeral and burial
at lh.J Odd Fellow cemetery at 2:30
Wednesday afternoon uuder the aus
pices of the Clover Leaf lodge Xo. 50,
Kev. I). V. l'olluff, of Albany, con
.ini.t fhn services. The deceased
been used here Jlonciay iugni
proved to be of the smokeless and
noiseless brand, therefore tbjfi nigfet
was not made hideous by" its report-'.
T-Inn. J. 0. Staats was re-elected
school Clerk last Monday. He is;
,mt Vim seventeenth
services were held i " ... or n, .h:s distr ct.
We claini for him tne lionor pi
being the oldest public ollicer in
' Chas. Grey and wife, of Sllem,
were the guesla of A. J. Richardson
ona day lact week.
Frank Hall, of Croeton, was
viritin with E. N. Hall last Fii-.
day and Saturday.
Prof. Storms and Miss Herbert
attended the teachers' instituto at
Dallas last Saturday.
Grandma Krentz slipped and
fell on a frosty plank, partly
breaking the boneB of'the right,
There was not a verf large
crowd at the school meeting last
Tueday. Everybody should taue
an interest in the schools and they
certainly can spare one day for '
J. M: Prather's baby'a health is
Min Lena Prageneough, of
Weils, was the guest of Wm. Dur-
rell and wife Saturday. .
The house ot M. Getty caught
fire last Tuesday and would have
burned down but for prompt ana
effective work. A defective Jlue
was the cause.
Some very rude boys made a -raid
on the outbuilding of the
publio school crounds a few nights
S. J. L. WViteman made a visit
to the Lou? Tom country last
The attendant at! prayer meet
ing has been very small the last
few evenings. Let everybody come..
Boru. To the wife of Ed Rich--ardson,
a bouncing iboy, Sunday'
.March 3, 1S95.
J-TVW.TIIICK8TEP. In Portland,
r Wednesday February 20. 1WO,
-7. A. Gluii, of Monmouth, and Miss
lUthrlue lluekstep, f aii, iowo,
Lev. II. OouUl onieluting.
I'r. and Mrs. Glim returneu iiome
'V. . .. - ...... I. ll.tir mill
Friday loiiowiug iuir
" 1 3 I .l.A I Vrt.llll"
CI "band given a pleasant reception by
' icollege societies, . They will make
1 ..inmouth their future home, Prof
Clan i" one of Monmouth's most
ftl'eawmt d highly respected citlaieus
naa boat of frieijds Join Hi wishing
tl bappy couple a pleasant and pros
ferou Journey through life. The
r.MTERPKisi extend Its cougratula-t'on.
i. . . ai t. l it... r,iniiii
of hre, namely to aticim m u..v,.
utirl b'tirlal of his mother, Mrs.
Tho MonnWtb "Novello" club will
give an entertainment nt Dallas lu tho
near future. ThCXovelln'Msoimiiiou
ed of good musical talent and always
gives splendid satisfaction. They will
i.- sure to i'uw a full liwusc.
l'linclpal T. A. Ibiycs, of the Inde
pendence public sclus.ls, hiisjuntrweiv
ed a l)liloma of Honorable mention.
. i - . i i i...k:i ..r i ..,itv i, inn-
If vou want JoiWvork Just a H.Uc fr,;.,. ne lUlK
any, otuer snoi, ... i,,,..!,,,, ,,, miWicution of, ....,...i i. m .,,rls .1 rosed' in
.Teave jour orui rs au K,.iool exhibit.. Mr. ....... .....i. ;i..r ,.n,s on their
Hayes ut that thuu wus principal oi
the Ashland schools.
A genllemnu from Eastern Oregon
showed us the other day the freight
bill of a carload of 700 bushels of wheat
from Heppuer to Portland. The freight
charges ulono were over $100, and the
wheat uetud the shippers 817!), or
254-7 ceuts per bushel. Anil yet wo,
nro told that the farmers of Eastern j
Oregou reiiU.e a profit on wheat, I
Prof.W, I. r.eyHolds, principal of
tho Pullus public schools, is justly
..r.,,i.l of a IMploma of Honorable
mention from the (ieneral Hoard of
Lady Managers of tho Worlds rair,
r.. i.aiHtYiiir In tho production and
perfection of the Oregon public sonoor
exhibit. Prof. Keynouis u ;
active worker lu arranging mis air
play at the fair, and no little creuit is
due him for the success attained.
Dallas Observer. .
Messrs. J. Domsife and A. Kelso
returned home from their Idalio trip
tt. KHturdav. They rert flue sun-
shiny weather In Boise Valley and
good sleighing lu Powder river valley
.M..v .anie througli. They visited
Stockton & Hmke will sell joi
i,ir ..f inf hlntf eeauer thafli ho-eve
Jim Ililtibrand was busy cl ip-1. ,f,..i.n offered vou in Polk county.
from l3aac Simp- ! i ..r.n.f niiri-li.isiiiir auv
leaves a number of reuuivea m i"-" i ior --- - - jv.uni.
comity, together with a host of friends., son's goats last week. j ciitiing, '
to mourn ner munuei . -v x, uiKerpon is s""u6 ; nafness Cannot ue uureu
Laura Harrison was an unecuonaie ; n.civ vith his school at ll)lpiai.e.
dutiful daughter anu ; ti ill teach the spring term.
mdsoii. Lutie Middlehanr, j tender 'and sympathetic woman. Mie j . immorality, was -Thcw la only one way
,,s Liuty, Miss Fell; France 'Tl' 1 at " BChool meet-
Pomorov. Nellie Walstou; , womtiti has gone to nor rest. ( , i,,..,,!., Sixtv votes were .,;,,- f ,i,e luUc(
. . . , mBi.i j -- ; , . - , . .... ,i
! milled and the re'SUlt snowed inai ; Euitachian xnoe. neu .
Tbe "Alice A" will make iecial
trip to Salem and other river point,
f easonable rate"-
tr. Price's Cram Baklns Fov der
'orlXs Fair Hitet Award.
Liiiini v can do It.
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.1... VviiKUlMllrUi Oliice. lueir w"i
men aro uftwt. and know now io
utf'old otlensivo eoiiibiiiutlou so fa-niieiitlym-enlnijiowork
llrstH'liihs" printer. 1
... r..i. l,if.fi-tor
us vou wouiu navo in
Frank O'llrlen returned homo last
Saturday from a two inonins whii io
i,.iv.i o.l Missouri. .Mr. u inieu sn.ys
that he experienced weather 20 and 40
degree below asero. Ho says that the
financial stringency is a
w.ner In those etates than It Is hero
hi Oregon. Mr. O'llrlen say that the
nn.hicliilconditlou of this siaio at me
present time cemparei favorubly with
flush times 111 Missouri. Frank comes
home Winking more of Oregon than
At the annual meeting of the board
of directors of the . Independence
National bank, held Tuesday evening,
u ,ii..i,ii,it of 2 ner cent was declared.
The Independence National bank has
been Ut existence six yars and it has
in-.,, i he custom hitherto to oeeiare
dividend every six montfis, but owing
...ilu. financial stringency during me
. .1 I .l..nla .'I HIT
paxt year t lie wiaru uciunvu ..i-i,-..-.
u dividend until this annual meeting.
It 1ft the purpose of the board to de
clare a 2 per cent dividend every 00
day In Ihe future.
The Christian Sunday school I H
.rive Ihe Sunday scIkhiI pupil that
have attended regularly lor one minim
without misslug a Kuuday, a free
evening's entertainment on Friday
evening, March 8, at 7:30 p. iu. at the
Christian church. All other who
may wish to alted will be charged 10
cent. Prof. T. O. Hutchinsou will
furnish the entertainment with a very
fine set of stcreoptican view. The
usual price for the evening's entertain
ment la 25 cent. You are Invited to
be present, proceeds for the Sunday
(ipii.i.inv Klein Irvine, 'Lou Mattlson;
Switzerland Hertlia Fryer, EUSe
rdchardsoa; Sweden (irace Slojier,
Onice Ilartnian; Russia I uetta Shank.
Laura Shauk; Japan Myrtle Scroggs,
Nellie lioyilstou; Austria Nellie Os
born. Peiirlle lUv.msf Turkey Lulu
Hobertson, Inez Fuller; Spain Mary
Collins, Addie Fuller; Italy-Miss
ii,u.Lt..udcr. Ann Mann; America
while with silver crowns
heads. Mrs. Nettie Kirklaud rsou
ated the goddess of liberty. The flag
drill was a unique and lntererting
sight aud was greatly enjoyed by tbe
T.lttle Earl Sharp, the Child
musician, rendered a flue solo on the
violin. Tbe entertainment was well
.ii.i,.,.ii,.,l niul tho receipts of the
Kveninir amounted to $4'J.2tl,
bv local applications, as they cannot
teach tlie diseased portion of the car.
oulv one way to cure weainess,-
au inflaiued con-
mucous lining ot tne
Key. . Uen,.1S is vwiung -- the
J. L. t'.utrolls ''through the election of Hon. I. M. i nne-HS the lnilamation can be taken out
Dr. Hiitbrea preached at Liberty j SilupBOI1 director, the fact wa? . j ,,? this tabs restored n
Sunday. established thnt a large majonty o Idmon " 0 relutl
Severn!' Mill Orcekorfare living the peop e of this communis
d. (!ni,i,. iail. believe that deceucy, respect oihty
and morality should prevaae tne
The women uaa
Wftll. "."?, n.-7-. U th rPBiilt. and
tireiv ciofcw-i i - - .
in the Codnty jail.
fr. Whitenian, of Bue!t Vista, is
they came throug!
t!, Idaho legislatuio
a Joint ballot in the senatorial dead
lock. They any that everybody is at j
aovcr iu Idaho as to the ou twine of
the senatorial light.
The eiitertainnient at Ilickrcall last
Friday evening was a very pleitsaut
affair.' It was given under the
auspices of the.Congrcgatloiial soeicly.
The program consisted of recitations,
dialogues, solos etc, A bounteous
lunch was served after th exercises
wore over with. Misses Kannio and
Llizie Orr rendered n duet lu fine
tyle,also solos by Msa Ethel Friz
sell, of Salem, and Miss Siuionton, of
Rickreall, were well received. The
net proceeds of the entertainment
nriiounted to$i ,
nuinngei-s of the entertainment wish to
express their special thanks to Prof. T.
A. Hayes, the teachers, pupils mid
janitor of the Independence Hiblie
schools for tho many courtesies ex
tended. Council Proceedings. "Couucjf con
vened In regular i-casion March 5.
IVtuvfir Ifmlelf in the chair. Members
ore'sent. Cloa.Vlter, Finch, .Pen.-ival
and Strong. Absvrtt, Cook and Walker.
Miuutes of previous meeting read and
approved. Finance committee re
ported favorubly on Treasurer Rich
ardson and Recorder Reed's lust
.inarterly reported in ISM. Street
mmimitteo reconimeuded improve
ments in grading Main street and the
! grading of all resident streets and the
I repair of sidewalks una uraiunge on
and witnessed several other streets. The report
ndopted. The recorder ana niarsuars
bond, under the new oruinance, were
approved by the oounciL I no lollow
fng bills wera allowed;
J. p. Irvine, (oil etc. .W
F.st.-s Klkins (hauling etc) ..
J. M Sentry (ditching and t iling! 4.-..
Peter Cook (services reiiderwl city)
Marshal Tunper (salsry) ... .. . ;'
Night watchman tet.er (salary)... -0 00
Recorder Ford (fees) J
lndetndcm-e water works
(Fel.. c'0 -
L-C,iiliiiore(waterpipeforctty) 4. .si
Klei trie Light Cu. (lVb. ac't) .
"Ben Ear. "The famous look "Ben
Hur," by Geoeral LeW Wallace, will
be niagniricently ilhistrated by lime
light at the C'ongreiatlonal cJiOrch,
doing business in Dallas.
Pr. Krhbree visited relatives in
Kev. J. C. Adams preached from
the Christian pulpit Sunday.
: . . ,. .-11
Jilr, Filler, our hote;y man win
move to Gaston.
The revival meetings at tlio M.
E. church closed Thursi&y evening.
Uncle Cae Morrison is on the
Miss Alice Ohap?n, who has
been teaching school over on the
coast, is now here with her parents.
nt tho M. E. church
X IIOJini ""tl ,
was disturbed by somo rude
person's Wednesday evening. j
Mr.- Walter Hoy, of Independ-
dice, IS V11U"S ma i,.v...
Tho Dallas baseball team met
with their first defeat this season
Rt Monmouth Saturday.
The literary society held an in
teresting meeting at tho .cauemy
The reading circle met Monday
evening at Dr. Embree's residence.
Tho Dallas theatrical company
cave an interesting intertainment
., 1 . : 1 'P.... i. atfoninff
at tne city un i"rauj .......e.
- . .1 i
V Tin's vonucew cnnu is re
ported dangerously ill at his home
in huver s.
.vnrohnnse! man L. Helmicli
now operates the Skinher mill in
Frnk Bower"?, of SuverV, was
basking in the sun-shine and not
ing his head to acquaintances on
our streets Sunday.
Wm. Fnqua is having his or
chard shaped and pruned.
w.v. . McfliiriVv has been off the 1
.i..i;,M, i few da vs from being pick,; , .iat . f1,ri1 Medicine, ona
ptvii'.i - . : IIJW l.i.i v...i- .... i.
ihn ;.:.i ...ill M,Mvi,i- vou mai n.
ever; nine cafes uui oi ic.. m i.u...
bv catarrh, which is notmng nui u m
fl'amed condition ot the mucous surfaces.
We will eive One Hundred Dollars-
I fnr nv case of Deafness (caused by.
catarrh) thctcuunot lie cured by Halls'
Pit-irrli Cure, f-eno. lor circuiurff, ncu.
F. J? CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
ffiToid by Druggists, 75c. 0
When daby ni sick, w gtm her CaatorU.
Whedie ws a CMUi, aied tor C"to,U
When die became Missihe clung to Ctutorla.
Whea-die had ChUdreu, ahe gave them Caori.
A Million Friends.
A' friend in need is a friend Indeed,
snd not less than one million people,
have found just such n froml in Dr.
KM.r s New Discovery for i-oiiauniption
U ,,.c ,,il Colds. If von have never
l,t will le mag i"V - , : - ,; : ,,wers in all disease
old stand leveling traclc Deiore wug. j -"jand Lungs, Fuel, tot-
.fit V L..orli,..lo!i!I that .is claimed
po." ""rt;: . 'heVefuudeil. Trial bottles
XI, in iuo -
opposite ton u. x free at v Drug
boat with a donkey engine mount- j Ulij ji.ou.
ed on it for dragging tne siray iu-.
from the bottoms, back
river. The crew camps
Wrhest Honors World Fair.
j S Mitchi'.l's new house
W. Leavelt. of Dallas, was seen
on our btreets Tuesday.
Mine Host Hollowell is budding
a new picket fence around his notel,
and otherwise improving the prem
ises. Pr. S. C. Brown is prepairing a
-1 'fc.i .
W.v II 'T-. Is sJ .ft
MOST PERFECT MADE.
f -...-, nf Tirtar rowaer.
40 YEARS TH2 STANDARD.
Annual Stockholder's Jleotlng.
Threwi'b.' asocial call mectlnis oftlie'
Moekholdan of th 1-olk County Dl.trtet
Fulr A8oclatlon, on Saturday, March lfc
M.t 1 r. -. vurr?"'
electiiiR dinctomand lrancting iuch .ther
bniic,a a uiay oom before the meeting.
m4 R. L. C -or. rnm.
No-let. her. by given that I h.r been
BiH.iutd by the oiinty court of Polk
-T. rori-K..n. mli.li.tmlrlx of
nerniUH havtnK claim. ....-. - .--
ire ...ititteU to fWQt l""" " "? .,1
Arrlflcd. a niiut-meu "5 ""i -
m lMUTrl ,
Pated Mar.''' ". lyv A
:dsun1ay.nu.rnine..l - li a. . i
ftlVt7 V, Tmiri-a l-emf-r. luH-
morulas aaUcvsuins. Tl u 1;5 p,tt.