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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Polk County, Or.) 189?-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1903)
I Monmouth Correspondents 1
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The Misses Smith returned from
Newport last week. 1
W'.V. Fisher is building' n ad
dition to his house.
P. L. Campbell, of Eugene uni-
versity, was in town .Mouuay.
A long pull, a strong pull and
all pull together is what makes a
V. Cornette, of Condon, Ore,
was in the city last week. He pre
fers Eastern Oregon to the valley.
Fred Huber leads off in the mat-
m 1 11. .A..alp!nlT TIlA
ter oi suiewai it-r'""''
place present an excellent appear
ance. Trof. L. A. Kobinson has return
ed from a summer's outing, and is
now preparing for the coining
Hop-picking is interfering with
threshing, and severs threshers
have had to suspend operation be
cause of scarcity of help.
Walter Adams and A. J. G rover,
i..i- r Marshal. Illinois, were
!n Xfonmouth this week
yen to a -
They expect to locate here.
Nearly all have returned from
the coast and mountains and now
are in the hop yards. The latter
place affords a place of profitable
About the homes of Mrs. John
Nichols. Rev. Siewert and I. F. M.
Butler the grass has been cut and
bnrn'ed. It is an example that
many other premises should fol
low. Tom Boothby is hauling lumber
for his new barn.
Miss Erma Hall leflf' this week
to teach at Blalock, Eastern Ore
gon. n . 1 1 fa inilo
Mrs. a. s. aiu.aey . ig
left this week for their home at
Mr. Denny visited his father at
i..v,l Cr,flav and touna mm
I t I i 1 C i kfuuwuj
Ed Bedwell is "stepping high"
over the arrival oi a ooy av u.
home last week.
the Cooper yard, spent Sunday at
their homes here.
Mrs. Hattie. Whitney returned
last week from a visit with rela
tives at Butteville, Marien county.
Quite a number of prospective
Btudents have been here and en
gaged rooms for the com'ing school
fri Frank Boothbv and aunt,
Mrs. McCoy, of Portland, came up
last Friday and are occupying the
H. Best is not a vtfry big man,
but be Mi '-immense"' since a
turn of events has sudueniy mv..
Mr. Daniels returned from a trip
south on Monday, and brought his
family home from tneir uu.u. -
outing at Sulphur spring. -
It would eeem that some en
terprising man or woman could
not invest a small amount in any
better way than a few small four
or five room cottages. Small
houses are always in demand and
especially during the school year.
A Boy's Wlll Hide for Life.
With family around expecting him to
... til tultn
die, and a son riamg ir mo. . .
to gel Dr. King's New Discover, for
Consumption. Coughs, aud Colds, W.
. t r Tjwnvllle. Iud.. endured
. ... fmm Htbma: but MM
wonderful medicine glvea Inataot relief
.1... EI., wtrltju..1!
and soon curea ". " -now
Wp soundly every night." Like
uiarvelou cure of Consumption. Tneu
nionla, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds and
Throat and Lung trouble. Uuarautml
hn.tli 50o aud 11.00. Trial bottles free
at A. 8. Lock's drugstore.
Everybody ironi here is picking
Ed Ruef, of HaUm, was in Suver
The warehouse is kept busy all
day now taking in grain.
The rain stopped the thresh
ing and bop-picking Saturday.
t r Tarunn "our merchant, is
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getting on his fall stock of goods.
Mrs Rslcftr. of Portland, is visi
ingher mother, Mrs. II. Christian
r, MiiTfiftld. of Corvallis, visit
-.A Vtnp sinter ftAtnrlftV and Sunday
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It will be another week belore we necessary y .j--"
Lnnnlm anil mado their
in is all thresued in inis
nn Tinker returned to Portland
last week, after a two weeks' visit
Mro Mintia KaiHer. of Junction
City, was visiting her sister, Mrs.
II. Frum, last week.
rA on1 Mav Maxfield. of In-
dependence, visited at the home of
II. Maxfield, Sunday.
n w Vnrpat. and wife have mov-
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ed to 8alem. and Oreo Bagley has
moved on tneir piace.
iTafl onrl Mahle Brown were call
ed to Salem Wednesday, as Mr.
Brown, who is there, is worae.
Morar.nl Saver is milkine twelve
or fifteen cows and sends tne cream
to the Independence creamery
He says' that it pays very well. '
fi. R. nebrbas, D.D-S
Over P. O. Monmouth.
Mrs. James Dalton and children.
of Hums, are visiting her
Mr. Flickengor. This is her fin
vinit to Suver in seven years.
The boys with u
threshing crew took one of th. hoys
out snipe hunting last ,UJ
he held the sack till mn-o v
in the moaning. .
1 gallon Acorn syrup, 4 Pn
at Douty's. 1
. Votlnir Otiaeiialitp.
Thousands of unnaturalir-d
alien vote at every election. It is
only necessary that tney ..
declare their intention to become
citizens. Then if they have been
in this country from six months to
two years, the time varies in the
twelve states with alien voters.
.w- n to the ik)Us with na-
tive-born Americans and cast their
t, rxaht ta.vote is a gift from
the atate, on the conferring or with
holding of which there is no limita
tion Bave that contained in the fif
teenth amendment to the Constitu-
tlon. That says that tne suurK
mav be denied to no one on ac
count of race, color or any pre
vious condition or serviiuuo. in
.,. .roiu nt the discretion allow-
bll 7 Vavtviwv t
A ir. ilm atates. Conneticut, for in-
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tsnce, has required tnai von-
must not only be citizens ot the
iTnit. States, but that they must
also be able to read English. In
Mississippi voters rami no cwihh-,
and must he able to read or to un
derstand the Canstitution; whwas
in Nebraska an alien who ntd
haye been in the United States
only six months, and who, thirty
days before election, declared his
intention of becoming a citizen,
mav vote, whether he can read
English or even speak it.
In the great majority ot states
voters must be citizens, and in all
!-. atatpa the unices exercise wide
i iiiu ,-.-- y a
- discretion in admitting to ci'izon-
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ship those aliens who have uvea
v mtrminrv five vears in the
country, and mado their declara
tion of intention to Income citizens
at least two years before apj.lying
for their final papers. Not long
ago a judge iu Albany, New Yoik,
rejected the application or mxiv
aliens on the ground that the men
.nnlfl not sneak Enelish. "When
11.25, 13, 14 .:,
15, 20.75, 21,
25..p0 iik1 !'
$0, S, O.GO,
11, 12 7."., 14,
Hi (111(1 tip.
Thee Wntche. tlH for Ihom.elve..
Give (hem n chnnco by comlnjj
85c, $1.00, $L25, $1.50
O. A. Kramer Co.
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS
tmlenendence, -:- Oregon
Polk County Bank,
Monmouth, - Ossoon.
J. II. Hawlit,
P. I Campbbi,
Iba C. Powhll, Cashier.
Paid Capital. 30,ooo.
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Campbell, I. M. Simpson, J. B. V.
, B. i'OWBII.
THE INDEPENDENCE NAJKDNAL BAN
CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000.00.
. A Hit AM KF.li'ON, VirtPltiiJ
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A R.m.r.1 Unking an.l .''" id I rnrreal-w
I. L. SMITH, "
Wholesale Beer and Cigar Dealer.
Having taken out wholesale lleen.e, I can now K ail ler and (V
in. sr mi anus n-jyus jm whiskeys.
C Street. - - Indcpcnacncc,
Another judge, in the exercise of
his discretion, may admit thon re
jcted candidates to citizenship,
but vh'ise people who believe that
foreigners should live liero long
, V,oa i,f.n in this country Unounh to understand American
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to talk our janguage, in uv ujmn- j viiuugu u -
ion he ia not fit to be admitted! it Ungual will M that much
to citizenship, and
I will act nc-
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...lll In fftifl
(one in wuniy ri'. - ; j
.nt and Jverti-e o-i
wealthy business lu.e ol olU '
' ... .... . ..I.llt!,m.i1. all PyWt
Willi H'I4"T ' ,
rt. .llroct each Wein.ly Irom H
.... In mil!.
nlllci'S. !Iori.o an.l cmK
its language will leel t.mt i..(lll,rw,w,1 w,h.. CukW.
can be sa.d in dcfensH of the stand , 8 c,(pi0
which the Aiunny juoge nn inn.eii.
WanfuL-evoral rre H
Drafti eold available throughout
the United SUtea and Canada,
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Joi;e Tzs a ?
A new heating stovo this fall? Woll, f
have it for you. Wo never beforo hd 80
...,., fn,,,.. i tnl- vonr Holeclion-
JMUllJr IIVMU n HIVII Hlrv j -
The sales have alrondy Vmgun on them. Ju
had hcttcr como in enrly while our stock
complete. Wo lmvo this yoar the Wilson
Sellmoro Air-tight houters which take loss foo
than any other stovo mnuo.
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