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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1903)
AND WEST SIDE.
INUKI'KNDKNCi:, l'Ol.K COUNTY, UHKOOX, Al'ltll, 2, VMl.
PALACE HOTEL BURNED.
JN FORCES' WIN.
1 1 roin Polk County are
'CAL SLATES IN THE FIELD.
Ming ('oil''11 XVlU-li
; Mt Oruun I .!
I Jlde Won.
ih'n county convention
n 1 t t to select nine
V attend tli" district
H convention which
Weno next wH-k.
rayni, "" McCoy, was
(airman f tlit meeting
I II ill'maii, of Monmouth.
Hith I'M Smith, of Bethel,
jl secretary. A commit
initials, toiixii-tiun of a
I f'oin nidi precinct, was
Willi th duty of "'port
...u)prlv oualilh'd to fit
., with tin? following re-
L(i l. Mir, C ! I'ftvv-
I Grave. W A lt. J J
1" I Grvea nroxv. 1) D
- -. - i
iv G L,Klty proxy.
I t,.r1....iiili Jame Hub
fl' Hoffman, A Ted row, I
loniuonlli K M Smith,
l. .., u'm l: i i i . J A
S p.iwfll by J W H"''11
111 ll )Hii.-r ly K M .inith
I Powell by K M Smith
lil-K L lhrris. 1 A Ab
I i.-., r l' V ii no hn. A F
! n '
iilliiH V S Lmmhary, E
Win. Caldwell. L F Daly,
kins, V I liuouaru, "
J N Hart, F II Muscott
iport J B Smith. A U
Yotikum. J II Foster.
Independence J 11 Coop-
jYoung, C R Wagoner, J I-
1 II Ingram. M Mix, h i
n. 15 Johuion.by.JLR
roxy. i VistaA J Richardson,
i.rpliv, II Nash, K N Hall
Richardson proxv, A M
hlin by W II Murphy
C KTyer by W II Murphy
on l II Boll, C 8 Graves,
fcwbill by C H Graves provy,
lark by C S Graves proxy,
tltninson bv C S Gruves
IM.U to 1..1.I1I... I to rs srt. t ny r.i r " " ... ,..w thinj.n wo ,llive done li.-r thut
'" :,-' ' t r"nN " ? ' t i rJ:, :
Ilcb st it. ""t bill lixl tluit m IU r . in f- w . 1 character called grit and
-tl. man will, small uiM. ran Ho wl! In that lo h" ' (M wno WMir ulryg.KMlH
1W 1. ,.1,-uty o( r,K,n, lor m s,M ;of that c ;-f 1UndH al,
ST.:, U h ' Kri-SiSt have not fn,., but .r. l.luBlmc w. I ,-leked ao,ue apple,
0,1't,. - U,at were souuu and . ate on. of then, which was
Almost Fatal Iestrnctlon
ORIGIN NOT DEFINITELY KNOWN.
Heroic Work Uy The Tlr Ho
i f Hv,,rs bv T W mi proxy
C L Pearco by U E IVarw proxy.
K Elliott by T W Wann proxy, v
I, IVrce by K E IVarre proxy, F
K Starbuck by U E IVarco proxy.
North IiiuVpmI Mice J 15 H
bar.1. I. Damon, J II Hurton. O S
Jon. s, W M Ply male, O I Uiilr, J
A GriKaby, W W Perclval, A Wil
son. U I' Frr.er. U I) Cooper by O
I) Hiur proxy, T K Hunltey uy
t Plrriialii nroXV.
North Delias- F J Cond, H Hoi
man, J Martin, J M Holmnn, J 8
Asbbaugh.ON HarrinRton, I B
Unwell by F J Coa.l proxy. D Hub-
.i 1... v I i'on.1 itrosv. I'eter
i,r Vult.IO I'linwlHe 'Sam
. ..... j - . . .
I, J U Shopard. W O Cooper,
1-0 A Wolverton, J H
Id by 0 A Wolverton proxy,
illins by O A Wolverton
1 City J C Talbott, Frank
II E Starr, Geo Tice, Wru
an, J It r.royer by O E Loet
M h Thompson by J C Tal-
iiamute L W Loughary, F
iry, Win Jones, J W Vost,
mnum by J W Yost proxy,
Waters by J W Yost proxy,
y by F Loogharp proxy, II
pv bv F Louchary proxy.
bladley by J W Yost proxy.
ii,.i,m,.ii bv J M Holman
' l.'irWr.utrick bv D 1
Salt LakiD L Keyt, II A Clod
feltcr by D h Keyt proxy, Lee Con
r bv D L Keyt proxy, II G Keyt
by D L Keyt proxy, II J Elliott by
I) L ieyt proxy.
Douglas T B Stone, Jamea oa-
mze, J li iruninger, "
J A Gibson by J irunii.K'-
proxy. Ira Yocum by J J Irul-
TfnRTproxl;, Rl Jones iy J'
Trullir.Rer proxy, V J uussey v,
mames Savage proxy, Kohs o
South Dallas-U B Gosper, A
Ay res, Ed F Coad, John Kmbreo
by D S Grant proxy. G W McBce,
If K Grant. Alex Gollins. Ed Bid-
die, Amos. Holman, D J Kileyy
11 K Williams proxy.
Uoek Creek-two delegates; not
'. On motion of I. N. Hart an in
tormal ballot was taken on dele
gates to the convention with there
the following delegates
were chosen: JB Trulhnger I) L
k-. GL Hawkins, W r ou-
.ih Hubbard, O A Wob
.,11 1 ,
verton, George M lice, nvrn
A FStoner. The majority of the
mod selected are out and out Her
mann men and it is unc erstoou
majority will constitute the vote of
iho entire delegation.
HeUl Friday lor the County Con
vention. The city Ffes era.helJ
ft...n. Shortly after I
Houtb Independence convention to; of paint inside and out, newly
1 . . . .ti 1 . I ....... ntit on ft
.1 .ail.:,. itm 1 inn 1 iihiiitpii. k new iuui 17 u -
u'-rAn-r wiiM elected I eundry other improvement made.
VlltlVlllO - -
. . -a a I l' VaII twIfA nap mnnth
. a . H'l obairmtlll HLRLfTtl ! Ot; I IU-vTP aid UCiU knivu pvi
electing? 1 and Sundav school each teaooaln
oojeci ui uicciins ...... r. . 1
delegates to the county convention i and the attendance and interest
. . , .... .1.. j;... nil tt.ot mill tip ilcHirfd. li.ll-
toaelect nine delegates 10 mo u--
..... ,u;i invention 1 couraeed bv the improved appear
.(.UmMtiln Eucene next week ance of their neighbors house of
to select a successor to the late worship, the United Evangelical
Thomas II. Tongue. The follow- i members decided to add something
ins delegates were chosen: J. II. J to their cwn building and the re.
. T IT. U n 1 n si ..(11 I tin a i nn
na, K M. VOU112. J. li. lianua euiu hid i..u.
Til Inirram. Clarence R Wagoner, J KeBides a new vestibule and
M. Mix, U. P. Dickinson and El- ( swinging doors, there is a new coat
mer Johnson. At the same time j 0f paint and paper, the seats have
the North Independence primary! been gtained a cherry red, the
was beintr held at the city hall. A igtove improved by silver polisl
.V:1,-., it.na pi airman. U. L. Frazer
secretary, aad T. J. Fryer, assistant
eecrelary. The following delegates
were selected from North .indepen
dence: A.; Wilson, B. D. Cooper,
O. Jones, J. II. Burton, W m. I ly
male', L. Damon, 0. D. Rider, J. A.
Grigsbv, U. L. Frazer, W. W. Per
cival, f . B. Huntley, J. E. Hub
and the whole edifice 'wonderfully
tifnl. Resides this, about tWO
blocks of n6w sldewa has been
built, leading from the church
towards the stores.
. Buena Vista is proud of her two
handsome little churches and
heartily proud of the energy that
makes such improvements possible.
Let not the good work cease.
Services are held at th Evan
frfilieal church everv alternate Sun-
... . ' . 1 1: rtw wUh a ffood Sundav school (nd
Sealed bids will be received oy j , v , u
biaieu was w.ne8. a splendid attendance. Each church
the undersigned till 1j W. eunes- c,:4
1110 U 6 . . . ! l.na nil nntll'fl LnillltH Aid OOCietV,
What was the structure of the
'.it tin Palace Hotel is no more
tha-i a lot of dripping, charred tim
bers. Wednesday, shortly aivr
2:(X) P. M., the roof was seen ablaze
but the exact origin is not discern--
ihle. .Mr. Stark bad been making
extensive repairs and furnishings
t the buildinz and the worKmen
on the second floor cannot account
for it. The structure, being of
food burned readily and an ex
asperating delay in attaching the
hose'to the hydrants gave ample
time for the building to be wen
under blaze before a stream could
be poured on to it. Willing hands
assisted the Moore confectionary
store, the Kutch barber shop, the
Estes saloon. R. H- Knox's grocery
and Smith's saloon to move the
contenU to a place of safety.
Heroic service by the fire depart
ment retarded the spreading ot the
Barnes and eventually the fire was
It appears the building win
to te torn down before another
,n he erected. Mr. Stark ia non
committal at this time, but there is
little doubt but what so choice a
building site will soon be the scene
of a better structure, we hope a
Wanted 640 acres all cultivated
and good soil. Cooper & Hurley.
Curd f .Thanks.
day, April 15, 1903, for excavating
basement under the btate xsormai
School building at Monmouth.
Specifications and details may be
seen nt the office of secretary at
Monmouth, ' or will . be sent upon
1 1 J. B. V. Butler,
Secretary of Regents.
has an active Ladies Aid Society,
which meets once a week and
which does a vast amount of good
Pleusaut Party at Highland.
Fifteen RuflT Cochin eggs for
11.50 if shipped. If taken at the
yards, if 1.25 per 15. No attention
paid to orders unless accompanied
with cash. Address orders to
J. S. MooKE, Box 214,
They Deserve Kecognltlon.
A great deal of praise is due the
church-going element of Buena
Vista society, for the recent im
provements made in their churches.
About a' year ago the Methodist
church was moved to a more advan
tageous location, giyen a new coat
On last Saturday evening Mr.
and Mrs. Claude Kurre gave a
pleasant party at their home. The
evening was joyously spent in
daman ar until 12:00 o'clock, after
vchirh refreshments were served.
The guests departed for their homes
about I.oU a. m., wen pieaeeu whu
the eyening's amusements. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. Burres,
tr and Mrs. D. Stapleton. Mr.
and P. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs.
listen Bevens, Mr. and Mrs. Will
Cockle. Celia Oberson, Fred Rose,
Johnny PodronBertha Winnie and
Louis Osborne. Jessie Hartman,
Marie and Myrtle Shafer, Grace
Murphy, George and Fred Hamann.
Ralph and Wright Poterfield, John
Alexander, Solomon and Cleve
Bridges, J. Boyce, Joe Berry, Gene
Holcomb and Archie Sloper.
To the members ot the Masonic
fraternity, to the church brethren,
neighbors aud all who assisted in
anv wav during my husband's ill-
.1 - . . . 1
nesa and burial, I hereby tender
my heartfelt thanks. Such spon
taneous acts of kindness will ever
be a source of gratification U my
Mrs. J. R. Baldwin.
Fine Eggs To. Sell
From thorough-bred Barred
Plymouth Rock chickens, one-half
mile west of college. Address
Elbert Arant, Monmouth, Ore.
Dallas City Ticket.
At a mass meeting of the citizens
of Dallas Thursday night the fol
lowine nersons were nominated for
election to' the various city offices,
at the annual election to be held,
the first Monday in April: Mayor,
J. C. Hayter; police judge, D. P.
etMiflfBi- marshal. J. M. Urant,
. lv'" j .
councilman-at-large, H. 3. Cosper;
coudcilmen, first ward, J. t. r Tel
ler; second ward,' Walter Vass.e;
third ward, Andrew Muir. mere
was a good attendance and har
mony prevailed. All the candi
dates are known to be in fayor of
the water proposition, which is the
leading question in the coming
1 T W Wann, R E L'earce,