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INDKl'KNhKNCK, l'OI.K COUNTY, ()HE(J()N, AI'JML 2:5, 1UW.
. NUMKER '21
trart Kor T.vo Yr.ra.
HUBBARD HAS RESIGNED
fueled t " ,,,
..rtlai practically urouKU. i -dlru-i.'U
of lbs wairaiid
,tta. Wlill l contrail
r u ethcied and will be rail
j w ol mrUitC without w
Th urttxlllttU M aUuda
UwtMug Ilk U.U: Tim 1
..ad MutllOoUlil Watrr
,,,.lrH llgliU t I'i "T IIMMillt.
,uiii,r ! funil "II
Hbnliy ' Jl 'I
(it ft iiiUltu tlriukiiiK da,
,i futiii.li l "rm fr
Xb r..iiiiy riirtli-riMoi
,ioMlt il'u Uik lueh main
LKIIfrrl Willi rm
t?- iio r"""i My !'
i. II bt f ir t rlod of five ywtt,
ll.U Halllll I I ( V Mflll C. A.
Lrd tendered lil ni.-uliou and
Lwil accepted uie, rliH tlmj A.
,riinil ili vacancy. riry
Hubiwrtl to lh extent of !JH.U)
U skinner lliirfly r.cr
I Kriday imiriiiiig Frank
ttr'"eam became frightened
;rled Inward tho furry, down
kit lively gait. In some
r Frank, who had juuiod
! dray hihI endeavored to
tlwmi, was hurled front il,
ig some severe injuria in
ni.-up. Uih leg is badly
l-in fact at (irl it wan
Jltoliavt- ln;i'ii broken. As
Hill Iw "uji fir repairs" for
!tlys vet. and lu! can con-
liiiiu'lf vury fortunate in not
iug worse injuri.
'man Reception at .Moil-
II to It I It .
r reception given Saturday
gtiythti Freshman class at
"o'Suriiiul was very enjoy
Tim chapel was handsomely
MarahTuthill read Tenny-
"Kream of Fuir Women,"
"wvpial purUof the vision
Men by Minn Siidio Cravun,
nnio Noul, Miss Conduce
'.Mug Malwl Matlewn and
ther Andtiraou. The an-
" of tho ladies in the gmve
verallv litirfortuetl their
added greatly to the cllct of
llic. Miss Kilith Owen
recitation in a very pleading
r. Ming Saili Oiiven ra-
fHl to an onoore w ith a vocal
riodid Mr. Cha. Murphy.
nmu) golo by Miss Flor-
PS' FreHhman class put on a
Mag 8ii, out.
H known Polk county farm
La i Iiiuik"! hand tin I'mhI few
dgvf, 111 llm Kliii-r N. II ill
rain li. j out in lh tnlu of tlio
illagi of llutnia Vita.
The ur:h'r it a Mr. linker,
ufSnlem, a rfc-iit arriral from
Wmcoiuiu and he i to have urn
gcniiioil the lut of thi week.
The f rut lia li-n occupied by
K. N. J I lt for the al ideven
years 'Jt contain I'M gtrim and
ha for the t fi w year been
otxrated by Mr. Hall a a dairy
While the Lirice i not made
public, it i und.rlKd that the
aitiount paid for the place by the
new owner is auch a to justify the
gtatt'inent that l'olk county in "on
Mr. Hall and larnily will re
main in lluena Vjitta fur the
uiutuer. They are counted among
Burn' mot rejptt'led citiwu
aud their flnal departure will be
deeply regretted here.
A eale of pereonal property and
.1,- k will be held by Mr. Hall
Rome time next month.
Tlirrt Clirers Art HiieS
Three clieer are due the dlizeiw
of liueua Vigla and the iminediale
iieighlxirhood round aUiut, lor two
movetnenU that are oil foot this
The lirol i the prooed cleaning
up of the hilUide cemetery, o
long an eye sore to the community
because of the overgrowth of weedg
in tho yard and other disorder.
The Odd Fellows hav Uken the
matter in hand and with reireidiing
euerev have called for help to hold
a general cleaning up in the
ground tomorrow, .saiuruay.
Kvxrv one is invited to be on hand
early, armed with well-filled lunch
basket and euilabl tools lor wont
ing the grounds. The Odd Fellow
will fornigh coffee for tni basket
.li.tn.ni muii. This if an ex
cellent plan and everyone should
Utrn out and help. Come eariy.
Tim seconi movement over
wh.ch thocoinnmnity a ddightcd-
U the road work that has le'e.t in
progress since Tuesday, under the
management ft pervisor
Hall. Tho strip of highway being
improved extends fr-.m lun 0
tlje l.uckiamuto bridge am.
being J.laced in first clans t-omlitton.
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on Sun'day, April iv, .m
W. Masterson, at tho age ot il
years, three months and 1 day.
Cause of death paralysis
'i'i... .,,w,m. eminent if hardly a
i IU U). ,,v. -
: M r Masterson for a
surprise, t ,
year iat has been an invalid and
for several years pas
has been failing. He was an hon
ored citixon of the county and was
tho head of a largo and interesting
fi.mil t. Several memoe-
family survive him.
Funeral services we. -
the Baptist church Tuesday afte.
noon, a largo coneou - -beng
present to pay the tart Bad
resects to the memory of the
An impressive funeral eern.on , .m
delivered by Uev. A.J. un"k"'
of McMinnville, for yer. ,n
timate friend of the tnlf. 1
termenttook place in . th I. O.
F. cemetery, south of town.
taki;n i im.m uau.
MyRterloun DWiippi'iir.tiH'o of
CJeo. Wlilteaker's Horse.
One evening last week a tiumo be
..niii In l.ro. Wlillfukvr liwiiieare(l
from bin utiil.le. Tlml the animal wan
ri'iiiiivi-d liy siiinu Iniilvl.lual there is
Hit dnutit, but so far tin elue has lx--u
fi.un.) elllicr to (lis lb Iff or anlinal'i
Mr. Wlntesker ulli-r a liberal re
ward for luformatiiiu It-ndniK to the
reeovery of the bona .
New Ice. Cream Itooms.
Owing to our increased stock and
the increased room demanded in
trade, il has been found necessary
for u to tear out our ice cream
booth that were used last year
and put shelves in place. We
now have opened up a new room
still further back that is being put
in ehap for a regular city ice
creim room, which wiil be 15 x 18
feel. This will give tis p'ently of
room and a nice. neat, tidy place
o have a good dish of ice cream.
We expect to have it all in readi
ness by May 1st, so it this pleas
ant weather keeps up we will be
ready to serve the people of l'olk
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county wun a nice uisn 01 ice
liuy H. M.
IXJtTY 'Hi WW ItU-ilMiiH.
lias Decided to Engage lu
Notice to Masons.
At the regular meeting ol
Lyon Lodge thlscomlug Uat
urday eveiilug the F. C. de
gree will tie conferred. All
members and visiting broth
er are welcome.
The Kulahls of 1'ytblaa will meet at
their Castle Hall 011 next Wednesday
evening April 2SI, 1103, to confer the
second rank on one candidate.
Rural Free Delivery
Special from Tarker.
After more than a year of unre
mitting efforts, the patrons of the
K F. I), route from Parker are to
be recompensed by the establish
ment of the service for which they
have been so anxious. The patrons
have long been in doubt about the
matter, but word has been received
from the postal department that
Miller C A. Fanner
tho service will go into effect July
lot. Arrangements are being made
to establish a money order office at
this nlace that the patrons may re
ceive the very best possible service.
Circuit Court Jurors,
n.i r..ii...M.r Ik a list of jurors
drawn for the regular panel for the
May term of the Circuit Court of Polk
County, for the year 1903, viz :
Xsme Occupation Postolhce
A. Fanner Lewisville
Pi ters D. D.
Nil nn J. H.
ixlge D. A.
try J. K.
Uoals W. It.
Harnes R. F.
Matheney ! I
Kd wards L.
Lvnch I. V.
Darker 8. H.
Lyons T. K.
Alien I. A.
Know lee L. H.
Lewis C. M.
Boothby R. M.
Frlnk W. L.
Howe W. R.
Perkins L. 8.
Myer O. W.
DeLay J. W.
Locke G. P.
In IIiIh week's Ibmio of the Kmtkh
I'KihK. F. A. Douty aunouoi his de
termination lo cl.iKe out hi grocery
aud mercantile Hues and engage In
another Industry, presumably that of
lumbering. As to his future move
ment, further thau his desire to
clime out hi prenent business, he is
We regret this movement of Mr.
Douty. Forseeral years past he has
betiM our most energetic buniaess man.
He was a bustler after business aud
was probably the heaviest shipiwr iu
We sincerely hope Mr. Douty' re
tirement from the merchautlle line
will mean that he Is to engage on a
large scale in the lumbering industry
In this locality.
Card Of Thanks.
Words are powerless to express our
hearlhrell appreciation of the kind
services so freely tendered by all our
friends during the protracted illness of
our father and durinir the hours of our
sad bereavement. Their many deeds
of friendship shall ever be vivldiy re
membered and appreciated by us.
Miss Lkttii Mastkkson.
m. e. 5iastkr80.v
Protest From Falls City.
The cemetery association should be
reminded of the disorderly grounds
thev are keeping. It Is enough to dis
courage any one to plant flowers every
year and have horses and aroata des
troy them. Such an old brush fence
is a disgrace to any community.
Miss Laurie Burnett is very ill with
R. H. Knox was a passenger Mon
day to Southern Oregon.
Rev. O. L. Lovell, a former minister
of this town, is In the-city.
Mrs.Ivv Ray. of Porter. Wash, is
the guest of D. B. Boydston and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Masterson were
return passengers to Astoria Wedoegi
James Simoutou and wife returned
Wednesday afternoon to South t Bend,
Mr. Simon, clerk for Frazer & Rice,
was iu Porland last week, to meet his
wife, who was returning from a
winter's visit In Miunesola.
It is renorted tunt a prominent stock
man of this city has made the propo
sition to farmers here to contract all
the bogs they can deliver by July 1st,
at the rate of 7 cents, per pound.
What's the matter with the hog tor a
money maker, eh?
FammV Damon came in from
Corvallis Saturday. Miss Grace
Damoii. of Salem, also visited here
Anv number of pamphlets have
been called for by people who de
sire to send them East to friends.
n.m't hesitate to call and get as
many as you ctn satisfactorily dis
From the Enterprise, Ore.. Chief-
tain: "Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Carl
n.,o nf Enterprise. ADril 14. a
"v. - 1
Mrs. Roe was formerly an
Independence young lady, Miss
r . .
r f" Snntt. & brother of Wm.
V VS fc.'wv-j
sntt. nf this nlace. died in Nevada
last week. The remains , will be
brought to Independence tor burial
He was well known here.
Home Talent Produce In Excel
lent Manner This Comedy
TheRet ekah lodge is attempt
ing to lift the indebtedness on
their piano, and they are doing it
by a series of entertainments.
Last Friday evening, under the
auspices of the Rebekahs, the in
teresting comedy drama, "Hick'ry
Farm," was presented to a large
audience at the, opera house. The
cast was a well-balanced one, and
the audience enjoyed an hour and
a Half of splendid amusement.
Frank Masterson, Glen Goodman
and Tommy Fitchard ably per
formed their parts, as did also
Hugh Shelley. Arthur Moore
made all laugh in the role of the
Irish alderman, and his wife, the
susceptible widow, was a character
in most of his comedy roles. Miss
Goldie Irvine, with much ability,
essayed the part of a wayward and
later repentant daughter. Some of
her work, as in the case of the
others, was of an exceedingly
Mr. Willard Craven rendered a
vocal solo, as did Tom Fitchard,
between acts. Both were well re
ceived by the audience.
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, Birthday Party.
Special from Airlie.
Miss Nellie Phillips, Miss Mag
gie Critchlow and Mr. Frank Bush,
each having attained a majority
on the same day, April 9, a birth
day party was given to them on
the evening of that date at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Phil
lips, parents of Miss Nellie Phil
lips. Amusements consisted of
vocal and instrumental music, reci
tations and various games. Lunch
was served at 11 o'clock', aiter
which the guests took their leave,
all hoping the happy trio many
returns of their natiye anniversary.
Those present were Dulcie and
FortrlJaTc&elor, Essie and Hattre
Atwater, Nellie Link, Edith Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L). Wood, Jeff
Robertson, Lloyd Guyer, Earl
Brown, Llovd Critchlpw, Homer
Link. Morris Fowle, Robert Batch -
elor and Wallace Brown.
THURSTON TAYLOR. At the
home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. W. Taylor, 453 High
street, Wednesday, April 15,
1903, Miss Blanche M. Taylor
was united in marriage to Samuel
T. Thurston, by Dr. D. E. Lover
idge, rector ot the Episcopal
The ceremony was performed in
the presence of relatives and friends.
A wedding .banquet fohoweu and
the bridal party left for the depot
to bid the happy couple Godspeed
on a brief wedding journey before
settling down in their new home
The bride is one of Lane county's
successful teachers and the groom
a former U. of O. student, is now
in the sawmill business at Craw
fordsville. Eugene Register. Mr.
Thurston is a former resident of
A good base ball for 10 cents at