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J'OLK COUNTY. ORKfinv VavT ion7: " "
' ' lvw" NUMBER 23
J. H. JUW I.KY,
1'. I.. Cami'iiki.i,,
I it a C. 1W ri.i., Curlier.
r!4 Capital, to,ooo
Dimk. ro-J. If. Hawley, 1'. L (!i,,p., I, M. Simpson J I!
OtttUr. Jul... II. Hlump. J. A. Wllhrow, K. H. IowIl. P '
TimiMUWMril liana ag ind Kithania business. Draft sold
rilui uinmgiiuu tiia uiuhhi mains ami i;ncla.
THE INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL BANK
f HlKSHItKHH. I'riaut A Hit A M NKI.HON', Vic. l'r..JPU
U. W. 11CVINK, rMr.
OIHKCTOI(.-II. iiiraeiiiwr, i. w, h, j,nim,( J. 1'. t10.M and
Anrrnnilinuamiir Imnlnmi trananrlml. mi nit lumln, Hill
diMMiMM. i tmiiinTri.it rrun yraniiHU lKila rwl on current smmti
Two New Brick Buildings to
be Erected on Main Street
to Meet Business
t-njya 5Urt In the Erection of
Dwelling!. Building, all Oc
copied ntJ Unable to Ac
There in now immediate nrnnt
inaiiDB lotiir lelt want of mnr.l
buildings will bo lupplied for In
J. w. hirkland baa in add thai
tart in beginning lbs erection of a
buaina building and
Jones fa building a residence. Mr.
Kirkland la erecting bla new build-
ng on the aite of the old Stoll rea-
lauranton Mam street. The work
of tearing down of the old wooden
hack will be commenced tbia week
and a modern biick ttructure will
take iu place, The new brick will
Tho ferry boat is now in opertion,
day or night, roads good and driv
ing fine. Take tho short cuts to
points in Marion County.
fl. D. Petiijohit, Proprietor
AU Well Known and Reputable
, Qtizeni and Will Make
an Open Campaign
For Bute Henator
V. 8. LAUQIURV.
I. L. KEYT.
For L'ountjr Judge
E. J. COAD.
For Count clerk
K. M. 8MITH.
For School Superintendent,
C. L, fciTARK.
J. E. BKEZLEY.
john van okmdell.
Voted for Lincoln in 1864 and
Has Been a Consisnt Re
publican Ever Since
and Is Yet.
Moore-Clod felter. A
wedding occured at the residence
of the groom Jaet Saturday. Anril
30, at 8:30 d. m.. when AWrt
Clinton Moore and Rose Olive Clod
leiter were united in marriage.
The ceremony waa performed br
the next Legislature.
Early Day Jtellca.
DAVIDSON & HEDGES
Fine Cigars. Tobaccos, Candies
Plpo la indUm vtriely from cob
lebrnrroot mi lirvrat Mnchum.
Sud Fountain lor th hot ctiyi.
You mtt lwy wcom.
DAVIDSON & HEDGES
LIVERY, FEED AND BOARDING STABLE
I. W. DICKINSON, Prop.
fj'xxl iJirt for Commercial Men a Specialty.
jiol acftiiiuiioclatioiiH. lIon.s well fed. Fine
rif. IIoihch boarded by day, week or month.
THE MONMOUTH LAUNDRY
H. D. WHITMAN. P.,..!,-tor
A Home Industry Institution X?
GOOD WORK, PROMPT DELIVERY
W-K Called forTueidar Delivered Saturday
I.1 I .. . t .1 tA . .
w.o Wrjr uign ior me preeeni. j cnjr recorder and merchant tailor
It will have French blata 1bh fnrlhaa nanara in him nnauaaaiAH V.
a front and will b proyided with ing that hie father J. A. Sbarman
ky-lighta. A cement floor will be Nerved an apprenticeehin nnder th.
! i:n ! . rim...
pu iii. iiuereui paruea Have "Km liorlinrj cuatoina in th.
i ... . . "i . . . "J
loen w iMt. MrKiana alxut the Pari of the otut Mninr. tk.
Ii-aeing of hia new building. paper binding Mr. Sbarman to hit
'T 1 a a .1
ine mfutoni aIao cnntrimh mftHtAr in wa m, k..t uA rn
uttlng up a buitineaa atructure on i"K i deciphered from it- dim !..
Mainatreet. They mean to build Wa: "J. A. Sharman to Wm
on me vacant lot between the lnnard, November 1809 In the
creamer and the It. M. Wade Mth year of the reign of King
wre. me building will be of ueorge IU for term of aeven yeara
unca, iwo aiory iiigo and Joined to am all aecreta of hia maater
the It. M. Wade atoro building will keep and all lawful commands
make a tine block. Thn l,,r n.ri aladl v do- h ho!t nn
will to rented for alore uurnoaea contract: at carda. tables dio
and the upper will be uaed for a ny other unlawful gamea shall not
banquet hall for the Masona. fply nor house of ill fame haunt"
IWeides Clemena Jonee, S. Walk- After aerring hia apnrenticeahiD.
er and in flffurinir mi a nnar lAai.lMr. Sharman nima tn 1 . J
r a ' - I , -" v ..uiui nu nuu
dence building and others have the " inatrumentafin bringi ng colon-
uuuuing propoHuion unuer coneid- (vanaaa ana the United
eration. The need of buildinsa in Ota tea. Two reeiela aai!d fmm
inli'iwudeiice and at Monmouth aaf Loudon under hia charter, aod the
well has been felt for eonie time, j hand-billa aanouncimr their deoart-
lilhpr IllftPM hull KAnn K1a Ia I Ura ft TP imnnv fliA rol tna
commodate the new cotnerH aa they J y the eon J. G. Bharman. The
iiava arrivml fur ntnulhu Hnm.. I hand-bill, atill
- - - - - -- - - - w" wm w w .-vhw VAJVI
eei)ktr, unable to obtain temporary preservation show that the Albion
nhelterin Independence, have gone sailed in 1843 and the Douglas in
to Monmouth to find every house 18-19. Mr. Sharman brought with
there occupied. a card from Strong Man Lodge
With the buildings sUrted in No. 53, London, A. F. & A. M. of
Mouniouth and Independence and Nate 1S12. The card or certificate,
those in contemplation there 'is printed on eheep-skin, and silk
prospect this state of afi'airs may be rega'ia are also among Mr. Shar
i tyvriurmeu Dy
Nominee of Republican County J. Thompson D. D of tbia
uonTention to Represent Lin- Clv oPnera were ta-tefully
coin and Polk Countiei in "ta Tine-, beautiful
Mowers , and orange blossoms.
Standing in a rentable bower of
Among the galaxy of pictures of beutJ Dd grance, the happr
republican nominees for the leiria- couPl6 wer pronounced husband
lalure in Sunday's Oregonian. waa 'n tfat imple and Im-
one of Mayor J. S. Cooper of Polk PrttB,y errice of the preebyterian
Conce-ning Mayor Cooper, the Ore- . ch" Th bride attired In
gonian has to say: orgndie and carried a boquet
'J. 8. Cooper, of Independence. 01 wb,t "nations. After con-
Uepublican nominee for Joint Rep- gralu,ation8 delicioue weddinjr
re.entative of Polk and Lincoln ,uPPer wa erved in the home of
countiea, cast his first vote for t,ie bride'8 P"enta. The groom is
Abraham Lincoln, in Butteville oneoftlie promising young buei
precinct, Polk county, in 18C4. He De88 men of dependence and the
haa been a loyal Republican . ever . one of th mDy lorely young
since. Born in Laurence countv. iaaie8 01 lt,e' c"y. Both are de-
Miesouri, January 9, IMI. emigrat- teJvedlT popular and have the best
ing to California in 18C0, thence to wi8h'-8 of host of friends. They
Pelk county, Oregon, in 1864. he were th6 "c'pienta of many valo-
has since the latter date been a abIe Present. After the eueata
resident of Polk county, and one ol r eparted dtchment from
ta most public-spirited citizens. r n r'9lDer8 court repair to
Reared on a farm, Mr. Cooner'a tho home of the newly wedded
interests have been identified with C0UP,e ,nd Kve them a delightful
those of the farmer."- -N " serenado to which Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Cooper is no where better Mooro generously responded with
vosc aim cigars.
I'ohUIou lit Philippines.
Josse fc Bice,
Hno Parlors in connection. Pay or night
calls promptly attended to.
phono 273 Night 393
Wain St, Independence, Ore
w- 1 HICK, Kmbaliuer uud Funeral Director.
A Walla Walla paper has
e following concerning Claude
U'n, formerly of Independence
and well known here:
he need fur Americana in the
service offices in the Philip-
ines has brought very good offers
of positions to Roy Puinter and
Claude Kutes, who are at present
employed as clerks in the local
Some time ngo the authorities in
charge of the Philippine postoflices
sent ciroul-irs regardiug openings
that were Iwing offered for reliable
clrks in the inlands. The two
local men mentioned sent in appli
cations and asked for information.
They have lately received word
from Hawaii virtually placing po
eitions at their disposal with a sal
ary of $1,200 per year.
man's collection of keep-sakes.
The democratic county central
committee met in Dallas Tuesday
and electM J. . Mrmanu. cnair-
mnn for the onsuine two rears. It
was generally thought Judge Sibley
i t t i- u,. .' i. r .. ..
WOU ill no lliaun cnairiiiBii una jenr
and his name was presented but
the judge withdrew before a vote
was taken and Mr. Kirkland was
elected without opposition.
Frank Butler was before the citv
council at its regular meeting Tues
day night and made a statement
relative td tho establishing of a
level for guidance iu the matter of
street and sidewalk building in the
future. It was Mr. Butler's judg
ment that it would require about
three days work. The matter of
having it done was referred to the
street committee. The street com
mittee was also instructed to take
such steps as may be necessary to
have the tile across Main Btreet
lowered to provide an outlet for
water running down to the old mill
on Indian Grave street. The
matter of fixing the tile and filling
in thn open ditch on Monmouth
street opposite the Rice property
was also referred to the street com
mittee. The recorder was instructed to
issu saloon license to J. R. Cooper
when bonds were signed up.
Water it Light Co. - 1106 00
Marshals salary and fee 45 00
Recorders fees - 11 35
a 1 ' wiBHa
r ? i ii
I r s rnonrn w I!
v vy a ai. it
Will Go Cast.
known than in Independence where
he haa lived fcince 1878. and waa
elected mayor only a few months
ago. He is alto, appreciated in
Lincoln county. Referrine to his
candidacy as joint representative.
the Toledo Reporter, published at
Lincoln s county feat says:
'Jim Cooper, as he is familiarly
known, is a wide-awake, live busi
ness man, and when elected -wll
carry those business methods into
the House, where those methods
are so rare and so badly needed
Mr. Cooper is a heavy taxpayer in
Lincoln county where he has Ion?
been known as one of our best
friends, having invested mr
money than any one single individ
ual in the development of Yaquina
bay and her resources: is a familiar
figure at all our gatherings on Ya
quina, and no citizen who has the
best interests of Lincoln county at
Dr. O. D. Butler. accnmnni)
by-Mrs. Butler and aoo Manrio.
will start east the first of next week.
Mrs. Butler and Maurice will snend
the summer months viaitin at
Eldon and Davenbort. fowo
the doctor will go on to Chicago
where he will take a Dost rradnt
course in medicine. Prof. Prnt
and Miss Bertha Davu of th f!nr.
vallis Agricultural College, will ac
company Dr. Butler and family.
During the doctors absence Dr V
E. Slater, of Salem, will look after
hia practice here. Dr. Slater
graduate of the University of New
xorK lass, and has been a Draeti.
tioner since. He is a hmi hP.in-
law of Dr. Pearce of Salem, with
whom he has been visiting several
months, having come to the Pacific
coast for his health. Dr. Slater
though a young man, stands high
in his profession and Dr. Butler is
fortunate in having his place filled
by so worthy a physician 'during
Will Bore Deep.
Developments-of 'the oil and salt
indications on the B. F. White
aker place near Monmouth will be
resumed this spring. Incorpora
tion papers of a new company will
be filed in a few days. The incor
porators will include some of Port
land s. best known capitalists as
well as those of Independence. The
capital stock, while
Subscribe for the West Side En
terprise, 11.50 per year.
will be amnle tn rem n iu u
vdio ui AJiHUUlU CUUIliy ail " - J vu mo nuiK.
heart can afford either through The PrinciPal place of business of
party prejudice or pride to vote corporation will be Indepen
against Jim, as all know he is deen- dence if the purpose of the
ly interested in the early develop- Proiuoters is carried out the work
mentofourbay and county, and wil1 bJRln without delay. A well
has the business capacity to look 8 alreay been sunk to a depth
taut AnH . I. ..1. ?
O. A. Kurre has purchased the
harness shop of W. H. Crayen on
Wain street, and will give his en
tire attention to the business. In
addition to the stock carried, Mr.
Kurre will do general repair work
which will be a much needed con
venience. Mr. Kurre is a vouns
man full of business energy and
deserves the support of the public
in his line.
of nearly 1000 leet and the machin.
ery at hand was inadequate for
deeper boring. Some of the pres
ent incorporators -have snec-Wiil
oil properties in California and new
machinery as well as exoerienel
oil men will be used and the pros
pect now is good for the devlrn.
ment of a valuable oil and salt
property in Polk county.
Mies Katherine Gentrv w.nt
Parker today to be gone several