Image provided by: Independence Public Library; Independence, OR
About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1903)
PUBLISHED BTERY THU1WDAT.
Bn tared at Independence, Or,, poatofte aa
$J5$criptiott Price, $i.$o per Vr.
i Dir dec6 hit wr W8i.(. i pit jwpm oMwao
outstanding accounts my work will
be strictly cash from this date.
T. B. Clkvimokr,
Boot and shoe maker, Indepen
MUltOEH IS FlltST DEQIUJE.
Peacock Must liy Penalty
For Ills Crime.
(Strictly in advance)
rer year .....St 80
tux monthe TS
Stufte opy 06
Local notloee art t cents per Una atralght
absolutely a reduction for any raaaon
Bates on dlsplae-adveruWlm mad known
Miss Edith Owen
(h Goddaii of Lib
The trial ofWm. reaoock forth
murder of Alexander 8. Kerr was
held at Dallas tbla week, consuming
but two days. Tbe defense entered
plea of tusanlty, contrary to general
Impression, as it was supposed It
would v self defense, Tbe state's!
witnesses tea titled lu substance tbe re
port recently published In this paper,
while the defense Introduced eipert
testimony to prove insanity of defend
ant. The case was admirably bandied
by both sides. Tbe jury was out but a
few minutes when they agreed on a
verdict of m u rder I n d rst degree. Pea
cock took the verdict oooly, aod evi
denced no Interest in the verdict or
proceedings of tbe trial.
Tfcedfard'a Diark-'TWrht has
saved doctors' bills lor sm than
sixty years. Tot the common fain
ily aifmsnts, saoa as otMstipation,
Indigestion, hard oolila, bowel com
plainU, chills sod fever, bilious
dm, keadaottas and oiher like
eomplainta no other marUrane Is
iteaeaaary. It-hmoraUe aod mg
olates toe liver, assists digvation,
tiaialates actios of the kidnmrs,
portnss the blood, and pogss the
bowels ef awel aceumuiaUuna, is
H. H. Jaspew
P Undertaker. .Enh..1
and Funeral Di
Indepeiedcicc, n i
The vote on Goddess of Liberty Xelejrram llecelvMl by M.yor of
interesting again tins weea.
Miss Owen leads this week.
Edith Owen 1218
May Kennedy 1138
Florence Burton 852
Ruby Kelso 558
Florence Burnett 324
Eva Mulkey (Monmouth) 273
Goldie Iryine, 134
Jessie Hartman 128
Mabel Wheelock (Monmouth) 85
Maude Iliflf 80
Carrol Huber (Monmouth) ... 77
THE KOSE FAIR.
Flattering: Success, to
Heppner, Ore., June 17.
Mayor, Independence, Or:
Situation appalling, no help
needed at present excepting money,
and that badly.
Pursuant to the above telegram, and
in order that Independence may do
her share towards relieving the great
suffering In our stricken Oregon city,
I hereby call a mass meeting of our
citizens to meet Thursday evening,
June 18, at 8 o'clock In the opera house
to take such action as they may deem
necessary and proper.
J. M. Stark,
Hver complaint indigwtitn.
tour itotnacA, fluiinsaa, qiuus,
rheumatle pais, rideaoha, baoav
aahe, kidney troubles, coaati patina,
diarrhasa. bilioasneas. piles, bard
colds and headache. Smrr draff-
Slet has Thedf ord's 01sck-lraag&t
k 16 cent packages and in niamr
moth lias Cor tl.00. Never accept
a-aubstitvaa. Insist on having toe
original made by the Chattanooga
I Mavs TfcaoWl IJadUDresfM
b the seat madfcsat ea sartX. Mis
. fssej for any anal svarylKlns. I Save
a fatally ef twelve sMMtm, sad ter
Drasfht, A. X GREEN, lUewara, U ,
Program to be Rendered on P.
O. Corner Saturday Evening.
Dr. 0. 1). Bailor was passenger
to Portland Haturdny.
M. I Tald win and wife, of Ba
... l . it .
1... mmr SllluliiV VlllUr HI "
I ivi'M "vaw -
Two pair of young draught
horses for sale, huquirt oi i. i .
Alt mail boxes for the new rural
delivery 'oule are now at agon-
I . . , i
er a store, inut penusmr.
Mine Myrtle Ie returded fiatur-
day to her home in Portland after
a visit with friends here.
Mr. Parker, who has driven the
Salem stage for several months, has
taken his team off tbe run, and
commencing this morning J.
Dyers will run a team regularly to
the Capital city.
Moore s Hair Invigorator ana
Herpicide ars the world's greatest
scalp cleansers and hair invigor
atura. Both are lor sale at J
Moore's bartar ehon. Call and
have Mr. Moore give an applies
tion of either remedy and you wil
never be without one or the other,
Sunday's Oregonian contained
portrait and sketch of KugeneCatt
ron. thrice elected mayor of that
live Eastern Oregon town, Wasco,
Mr. Cattron was a Monmouth res
ident up to three or four years ago.
Pres. . D. Ressler worked the entire
The month of June unfailingly night Wednesday in order to leave this
brings a pleasant event to tbe peo- morning for Phillipsburg, Psnn., to be
pie of Independence the annual at 'he bedside of his mother, who is
1 1a - V6lT 111
rose fair given by the ladies of tbe -
vvuuieu oeverai persons or cnar
rresoytenan cnurcn. mis Bea- acter and ..oo,, reDUUtion in ea,.h
son's rose display-surpassed any (one in this county required) torepre-
rnrmani ftfUm yiA .... i,ij ent ad advertise old established
former event of the kind ever held wealthy business house of solid finan- S
?r wlaa ii f tv A MAHM itiAiia am.am..: nlol (ilonrlmn diilnm. SOT nn
nrizeawere- Mrs A NeUon Mra with expenses additional, all payable The concert Will begin at 8:15,
prizes were. Mrs. A. kelson, Mrs. ,B ca8h direct each Wednesday from and as the Monmouth band is one
v. v. cuiier, axrs. a. d. JjOCKC. neaa unices, xiorse ana carriage rur-1 . . . . .
Mr V T HenkU Mr, V A Pf h'8hed wneB necessary. Refewnoes. of tho in tb8 sUto a g0
jars. ii. i. nenne, mrs. j. a. I at- ninaif:rfHrM t i u .i.
Medley Overture.... "Blaee Away" Hi is now representative at Wasco
r.: w.i.- wii.w- of the Pacific Coast Elevator Com-
1VA4I icru v mtmttuo UltVIIWl g I
n--s npiwiWi irAiaa;a Pany
vui tig dviu . vuiuiuuin nu vtaoiaa
Cornet and trombone duet. . . .
"Mierere" from "II Trovatore"
Messrs. Clodfelter and Powell.
Baritone solo "Crown Jewell'
Edwin C. Lorence,
Scandalous Doins" Carlton
Enclose self-addressed envelope, Colo- out should erect them.
U1A4 UUTt AVCSIt UUI U Ot. UlCOigO,
terson, Mrs. F. M. Skinner, Mrs.
W. H. Walker and Mrs. 0. A,
Kramer. Table after . table was
laden down with choicest selections
of the far-famed Oregon roses.
iugjiwjiu nu uv ices a buu- tliTIAtlAI r- A a m
cess than the exhibit. Everv NATIONAL BANK.
number conjtained-meVineTrrt in
every instance the rendition being Ron, at the close of business,
bo vociferously annlanded that An JDne s la03
enchore had to be rendered. Sdbcc
, J, - . , Loans and discounts -
will hardly permit of individual ov.iWft. mred and u.,ured .
mention, but special recognition D-8-Bond" ,0 Mcare "reuition -
, .jixir- tt . stock ascurltlea, etc. ...
Should DO paid tO MlSS HlgginS, Of Banklng-liousa, turnlture andSxtures
motor will return to Monmouth at
10 o'clock. However, those who
wish to remain over for the dance
will be accommodated by motor I
after the dance is over.
the Normal School., who rendered ,b" Re"ieL"nd
J Due from Wat'l Banks (no
Roy Irvine left Monday for Port
IU1.IW M W. A. Wann. of Einrn. vu In
S,8M7S l , . I
i2.x)oo the city Sunday, going north by
- - 1J.600 00 Xrra T,; r 1C ,US. 1-
tWO VOCal . SOlOa in a manner to Doe from Htate Banks and banker . MM S) for Portland Ttar fiilnm MsilanM
I I - v a V IUOIUVUVV
evoke the plaudits of the large as- 7. .
eemblage, and the efforts of Mias Note80fotherNtlOD1Bnka
r raciionai paper currency, nicKeu and
cents 103 12
Lawful Money Rkmkrvb xjt Baku-, z
Hpecie - - - - f 16,481 15,
Legal-tender notes - fiO 00
"My bslr wis falling out very
fsst and I wss creitly slsrmetf, I
then tried Ayer's Hsir Vigor snd
my bslr stopped falling stooce."
Mrs. G.A. McVsy, Aleisndris.O.
The trouble Is your hair
does not have life enough.
Act promptly. Save your
hair. Feed it with Ayer's
Hair Vigor. If the gray
hairs are beginning to
show, AyerVHaif Vigori
will restore color every
time. II.HaMil. AllaranUta.
U your druovlst
tend ua one dollar and wa will exiraaa
you a bottle. Da aura and give the nama
el jour neamteitirms office, addraaa.
J. C. A VKU CO., Lowell, Meat.
Frank Fisher and if
inoulh, catne up from J
. f ,,
Ills lst Hop. ifo,,,
In the first Hmalneuf QiJ
settlers In l8,(he sxlllorof
waa atnuDi the many sNkert ft
tune who made tbe bit raw
day In April. Durlni hh ts
about and aflerwsnla bit
on nls claim, be enoouatil
bad water, which, tngittM, ,
sever beat, gave hlttie smJ
diarrhoea wblob It saeruid t1
Haibis 10 enerk aud aloo.i.i1
tbe emm became so bad
die. One day one ofby
brought lilm ene small bott!tfn
berlaln'sUolto, Cholera u4 rO
lUmedy a a last hops. lQ
was given bint while bssaai
about on tbe ground lo fmi'
and In a few ntlnutre tbe dtw
pratanl. Tbe good n'ret oflW
cine was sontt ttollced tadaW
hour tie (jaUentwM tailin g
isiuud sleep for a fortnight, Tt)
Utile tiottle worked a eanphtj
and be cannot help tut fetl m
at hand suggeatt this Itm fJ
by Kirk laud Drug Co.
li). 6. Share:
la prepared to ibor
you a complete lint
of stylish pamplei
for spring suits. Call
and look them over
and uncertain price.
ixn isriixvvxcE, or
II. I. WIIITMAN.Profc
Should have your
AVashlcg onlliid fnr W H
Washing called foron Ts
day and delivered on &
Myrtle Lee, of Portland, who was
present and rendered two solos,
the latter , an enchore. The foun
dation of Miss Lee's musical edu
cation was attained in Indepen
dence, and her many friends here
are ever ready to applaud the buc-
of music. The excellent program
is herewith appended.'
Piano duet, Johnny and Inez
Stark; recitation, Gould Creasy;
Mrs. E. E- Paddock; reading, Miss
e of Oregon, M
BOlo, MlSB HlgginS, Of the Normal; I, C W. imne. 'ceahler of the abovamed
ia Obltt and MlSS I bauk' do ole"r awear that tbe above atatement
la true to tbe best or my knowledge and belief.
O. W. IRVINE, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before ne this lata da
of June, WOS. J. W. KIRKLAND.
CoaaacT Attest: Notary Public
emit Tt. w.'Sa.as.
a. uiaaoHBsaa v Dlrectore
Redemption fund with v. B. Treasurer,
(5 percent of circulation) . 2S 00
ToUl - 227,07S 90
Capital stock paid In - 1 60,000 00
Surplus fund - - - . 10,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes paid S,37i K
National bank notee outstanding 12,200 00
Due to otber National Banks
Dividends unpaid - - - - 75 00
Individual deposits subject to check 140,806 81
Demand certificates of deposit s,32l S3
Total ..... 2I7,07
piano duet, Mrs.
fowden; pyramids, boys.
Owing to trouble in, collecting
will be 386 Sixth Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Burch, of Rickreall,
are guests of Miss Burch. a sister,
in this city. Eugene Regint9r.
Miss Dora Cooper, who has been
teaching in Centralia, Wash,, the
past winter, returned home Tues
bay. Miss Bertha Osborne returned
home Tuesday. A few weeks ago
she went to Eastern Oregon for her
health, which is some improved.
Mrs. C. Q. Copeland and daugh
ter, Miss Ester, of- Siletz, were
guests of W. G. Cressy and wife
last week. They returned home
Sherman Hays and wife have
moved from Pendleton to Portland.
For several weeks ' Mr. Hays has
been unable to walk; as a result of
a severe attack of rheumatism.'
Our new Cocaiion
269 LIBERTY ST.
New building next door to Jos. Meyers 4 Sons.
Call and rjet fine Furniture Polish . free.
Do not miss seeing our superior lino of Car
petings, Mattings and Linoleums.
o The House Furnishing Co.
Wextdoor to Joseph Meyers & Sona, SALEM, 0R&
mi- Storw at Salem and Albany.