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WERT HIDE ENTERPRISE. 1NTENDENCE, OREGON
ounty Correspondents Sweep The Field
Lw4 Dcball Nine Goei
L Before the Norma!
A, Merle !Hii Maud
. i.t.aft Mill
JfM fr iwiiimb a
.AS: THE DALLAS VOTE
a II(10 womtn,
poke to Iba students Thursday
morning. H.r 0u,tUine iU).
lureaqua, her inauneri pleasing,
her voire musical, her worj, Mr.
it Hh was altogether an Inter,
The training department will
clone tha Khli f In..- m i . i
;7h. t...u '' :'. "''.Hir-g exercises will b l,l i n.
Lpwuu win " i-"' mr, ". mat uay .
,rt iwitO l"'19 Cochrane school finished Its
jj. iilhe awakening from the term's work last Friday under the
,! lrui. emcu-nt teaching of Mra. FisLer.
,f fanning for ofliea la riot Mieeee Smith and Whealdon were
,,ns," Interested listeners to tha excelleut
.. i -ii . closing exercises.
jfiMti a crai uou vni
J,,fii ba'r tha Normal team rea. lender returned Thursday
VeJneaday t Amity to tha "m an Institute held at Toledj,
1. The Normal boye had ""-gun.
J a ... . ... I.. .a itt J.i.Aa. . ..
4Kmj . Mv-w- Miss isoetrice Anderson U'l. for
til which characterises ue U mr . . t.
oflh. team durWig the entire Thompson school, Portland, spent
several days her this week.
Tha commencement program will
ba ai follows:
Saturday evening, June 13,
"Kemeralda," Normal Dramatic
Sunday morning Baccalaureate
. i . i - .in . i
i u wiui maoi him aim
,d men who are conceded to
bbwl amateurs of lha slate,
bi surprise party. As usual
licking of Yotbt waa of aucb
wider ttiet tha opposition
ml down like lemba to lha
sermon, Hev. II.
LtPsjr Kulkerson who ia sick Grove.
K. Kale, Fores
College Commencement Nex
Week. Dan Poling will
"""ho i.ieeiiee Isatie! and
i robalei Matters at the
The result of the vota laal Mon
day was a aurprise to a great many
here. Never helore in yeara bad
ao much Interest been taken In i
atari inn I I i .i .
i losuora on uom nuns
worked hard for theii reeiwctive
tickets. Dallas people generally
ei peeled to aee Mr. Delton and Mr.
Myer re-elected. The result of the
vote with referenoe to these men
hows that the votera ol Polk coun-
ty will uoi aland for the third terra
proposition. No better or more
capable officials than Dallon or
Myer are to be found, and Dallas
gave them a bandaome vote, but
the people will not etand for the
third term, and that prejudice id
iVlk county will not be easily
John George Sloll who baa been
confined in tha couutjr jail bera the
past aiz mouths was last Weduee
day released from custody by fiber
J. K. Johnit baa relumed
ta weeks visit in Portland.
liimehe Ferguson, who waa
Ijtwr parents, Mr. and Mrs.
K'joJ, received a telegram
V; calling hur to Hpokane,
herbimband is eerieusiy ill.
.( bcMasters has returned
'endlelon whero he baa been
( for the past year.
ilifid is rapidly recovering.
A K raiupbrll baa re-
1 ffMiu i'urUutid where she
'.oufultrgo a surgical opera-
L Fenton waa over from
i Saturday l)king after the.
b lit Crow iy baa relurtied
arltaod where she haa boen I union, followed by banquet.
.(J in a millim ry bousf.
Monday p. in. Field day.
a . .
aionuay evening Joint literary
Tueaday p. in. CI as day.
Tuesday eveniug Concert and
Wednesday a. tn. Commence
ment; Class Address, Senator Win.
Wednesday evening Alu moire.
i: n. rcrmtis is tiutiing up a
telephone lino to extend from Mon
inouih to the fine farm of J. It
Mrs. Nellie Veater and be
daughter, Maliel, and Maggie Owen
were in this neighborhood Monday
"Uncle" Johnnie Rhodes who i
85 years old, was in Monmouth
The street sprinkler was started
this week and the streets are now
kent in excellent condition as far
M dust is concernec.
A. J. Gill, reoeutly from Kansas
is visiting bis sitter Mrs. J. R
Thursday, combining business with
cuy council has appointed a pjoaeure.
i impector to look aaer the
of all the sidewalks in
baiinsui meeting of the Y.
tha following ofliccre were
wr the comingyeur: Maud
preiidcnt; Marie Church.
tident; (iufmIb Iturns. r.
Mcretary; Alice Fleming,
CH,igradualoof the Nor-
Critic teacher in the Drain
welcome viailor for
'W' tbia week.
"""Hull recently visited
u. tier kihIkp xt;. t :i-
Waiter Jiutlrr of iiuel was an
Antloob visitor last week.
D. M. Calbrcath and wife at
tended , the Sleel-Kerr wedding
Mr. and Mrs. J. h. Fisbback en
tertained a numler of their neigh
bors and friends Sunday, it being
Mr. Fishhttck'a 02nd birthday
jennje Oranges, ice cream and caka weie
A. Johnson haa gone to
to visit her daughter,
Mra. N. Tarter.
Quite a number from here at
tended the picnloat Bidder's Grove
Mies Nellie Link of Montgomery
who is attending the St. Louis fair,
writes home that she is having a
' iurpnso party was my pant time,
10 Mihs Gertrude Kddr
"cli a summer eohool
Cmpbe spent a few davs
"ii last week.
The Dallas ice plant is running
day and night and dispoeea of its
product aa fast ai maufactured.
A few of our townspeople are ar
ranging 10 siari ior lli ocean
beach; the majority of them seem
to prefer I he Salmon Kiver beach,
Ihe nearest pleasure resort on the
Georgia Shriver hai returned
from a two weeks visit with friends
at Centralis, Wash. ,
The Dallas college commence
ment exercises will be held here
next week, commencing with the
baccalaureate sermon Sundav. One
student, Daniel Poling, will gradu
ate Irom the college course and
several from the academic and ele
Work on the new building being
erected by E. C. Kirkpatrick is be
ing rushed to completion and will
be ready for occupancy in the near
bond filed and approved and L.
Urlce, V. T. Tearoe and Charlee
IVarce were appointed appraiaers.
In tha matter of tha aetata of
Milton Thompson deceased, petition
to erect a monument not to exceed
50inooet preaented and ordered
that prayer of petition be granted.
HKAI. ESTATK TRANSFERS.
K J Morrison to W II McLaniel
land in Dallaa G24
Emma H & Paul Kingston to
AuGuata Missal part blk 1 McCay
Frank Butler to Fred W Zicre
land in IHsrCw $150.
u W Gardner at al to Vina Mil-
er lla 4 2 blk 0 Falla City $130,
II n Plummer trustee to J let Lie
V Btarr.lU 4 8 blk U Dallas Imp
Co add. to Dallas $300.
II. 8 Chaie & wf to Frank T
Fuchs land in Dallas $1000.
K C Keyt to Lena Keyt land in
Alex Courts r to Raleigh Water-
bouse land in Falls City $13.50.
J F Groves to J as Helmick sher
iff's deed land in t9sr3w
O F Foaht A wf to Frank Savery
land in Ballslon $110.
Almira Kebekah lodge to Polk
Co land in t3ar5w $20.
Alda and Roy Frucn snd Andy
Perry went on the excursion to
8s In in Huuday,
E. A. Miller will put up a new
blacksmith shop bera this week.
Fred Loy has recived a carload
of lumber for his new house and
Mra. Alfred Flickinger is still
Lillie and Nora Conrad of Mar-
quam are spending a few days with
Mrs. A. Kuef.
C. E. McLane is the guaet of
Henry Smith at Lewisville.
August Moebinke of Oregon
City is visiting ois brother Mr
J. A. Giger of Oregon City is vis
iting friends here this week.
C. W. Stewart visited at the
home of Alfred Ruef tha first of
E. A. Mills moved to Suver
Thursday into the bouse purchased
of C. E. McLane.
A large crowd attended the pic
nic at Kidder's Grove Saturday and
a number stayed to enjoy the social
dance given in the evening.
Walker Strauss of this city i
soon leave for Chicago to reside.
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?evenin T.,... o .... Aaron lot ana lamuy oi jorv
'I Mrs Tin.Li.... it- i lanu, nave uwu Tioniug
1 fi'turdav la taaeh . r "'Phew, Jense Yost, the past week.
101 nr the coast. rthJ Miasealdaand Fannie Bulb yis
"Her the good wishes of ltd their brother at Independence
Ketlie Board n,l v..
,r V.C A. deleraUatn
h..! . . "
l'on uid at Capital.
M. Wi.. li a
lporUt the mMUng
A number in the vicinity of
Montgomery are having siege of
Mrs. W. h. PbillipindaugbUr
will soon start east to U goo ht
a ladefloiu time-
Mr. Brongof the real estate firm
of Brong fc Hammer of Portland
!ias been in this city on a business
Tho young people of the Method
ist Fpworlb League gave an oyster
supper in tne faun ounciing on
the right of the election and did a
rushing business all night.
Work on the sewer system ia
ii m i
progressing rapiaiy. ino con
iraciors have a large force of men
at work ditching and laying the
mains. William Soern is Superin
tending tha work for the city.
William R. Allen to Florence I
Miss Marguerite Kerr was mar
ried to Edward J. Steele at the
home of the bride's another, Mra.
Mary Kerr at noon Monday, June
1. Rev. F. C. Thompson per
formed the ceremony while the
bridal couple stood under a white
wedding bell trimmed in orange
blossoms and call a lilies. The
room was tastefully decorated with
roses, ferns and Oregon grape
eaves which were arranged in
ong sprays. Mies velena tuqua
played the wedding march. The
bride was .attired in a white
mousseline de soie trimmed with
satin ribbon and Valenciennes lace,
and carried a boquet of bridal roses.
Miss Laura Critcbelow caught the
bride's boquet. An elegant wed
ding dinner was Berved. Following
dinner and congratulations the
edded couple left for The Dalles
to spend their honeymoon. Upon
their return in a few weeks the
will be at home to their mends on
a farm near Suver. The newly
married couple were showered with
presents covering most everything
that may be of use in bouse
keeping, from their numerous
As to Normal Teachers.
N. J. Dozierof Ashlsnd has asked
v i a a
uovernor unamDenain wnetnsr a
Board of Directors of a school dis
trict of the second or third class
can be authorized by a majority of
the legal voters of the district to
contract with the management of a
Normal School to furnish teachers
Mrs. Johnston and two daugh
ters viaited with Mra. Clarke Mon
day. Jas. Goodman and Jar Clarke)
took a trip to Falls City last Sat
urday. Uncle" Mat Smith who haa
been quita ill is no better.
a m . .
Anumneror the women of this
vicinity enjoyed election day as
mach as the men. While the men
were gone to vote the women visit
ed with each other and the
passed very pleasantly.
A number of onr young people
attended the picnic at Bidder's
Grove last Saturday and report a
John Smith and family of Luck
lamute spent Sundav at the noma
Mr. Haynes and wife mad .
business triD to Dallaa 1. v,;a.-
- A IIUBJ
Charlie Osborne believes in treat.
ing horses ones io awhile. H0 has
been feeding them sugar instead of
salt this spring.
The Chinese pheasants are nu
merous in this part of the country.
xneyare destroying the straw.
berries and gardens.
Every one is glad to see the cool
weather. .Gardens are erowinr fmt
and stock thriving.
GeO. Sllllivan a... . T
- ...v. ovuw. ..wit. iuuijK visitor Tneai.v
tha teachers in attendance to teach
Ihe children of the district, even orn io tfie wife of Wm. Yeater
though such students may not Jan 6, a girl.
have passed the regular teachers'
examination provided by law and
licensed to teach. The Governor
submitted the question to the attor
ney general and that official is of I
the opinion that tuch an arrange-!
More showers but more needed.
'Uncle Bill" Williams.
Mrs. Tyler ol Buena Vista visited
Mrs. Kerr Monday.
Mrs. Thompson is visiting her
William Craoteford to Etta Sun
Joseph Radek to Sarah Cook.
In tbe natter of tha estate af
Marian Brower Weider, deceased,1
Miss Lura Chnchelow returned
to her home Saturday.
A. B. Lacey is home on a visit.
Mrs. R. W. Swink returned to
her home at Crabtree Thursday.
Miss Bena Arlandson, visited in
Buena Vista Sunday.
Mrs. and Mrs. Vm. Fuqua and
Mr. and Mrs. Newt Prather visited
at G. L. Bolters Sunday.
Mrs. Jas. Helmick is in Albany,
'Grandma" Helmick is still
quite sick hut is improving slowly.
t""lcient most aonA.: i
ment would not be according to law man emn7 "
in that teachers must be employed oughfares ""V'Wg me mor
by Bchool boards. This is one of
their duties. He also cites that ere are a few cases of meaaW
such such boards mav authorize the io this neighborhood, lha chiWrn
drawing of warrants in payment of Atwater'and Mr. Bachelor
teachers' salaries, provided that al naving contracted them at Ind-
such teachers must hold legal cer- peudence seme time ago.
tificates and that such certificates Claud Lewis returned last week
must cover the entire time of the from near Eddwill nin u.
teacher's service taught. Such cer- had been to deliver a nice band of
tifisate can neither directly nor in- goats 455 head to nr. wm
directly be made to legalize another oughby of that place
iwiiuot b nor vice. I ... ,
If a teacher, who holds a cerUfi- -, 77 laner of Salem -
i ucr parents a few davs last
cate, is permitted to send a teacher, wee
who does not hold a certificate, to
do the teaching, then the certificate T P- Haynes attended the Dis-
is made to legalize another teacher's tnct Conference at Brownsville last
At tne monmouth btate Normal Mrs. Thos. Willia'm. .nJ ir r
o(J I. .U II ....U -I. . - - x"r
o.uuuwwuob icauu pupua uagiey and daughter. Miss Stel'a.
r -"""' maae a inp to Albany last week.
.us auoimoiucui is not suet! as out
lined by Mr. Dozier. The Mon
mouth Public School Board em
ploys its licensed teachers and
these teachers use Btudents of the
Normal as assistants, the Normal
students teaching without any pay
Mr., and Mrs. D. M. Calbreath
visited friends here Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arlandson visited
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson on Luckia-
Henry McBlmurry is at home
again after an absence of several
weeks ia Linn couaty.
1 ' '
Clarence Marks and wife visited
at the home of his mother Sunday.
Bessie Clarke spent last week
with her sister Bell Sullivan.
Frank Morris has returned home
and is now cutting wood en his
Mr. Calbreath and wife spent
Sundaywith Mrs. Clarke.
Mrs. W. VV. Percival
Salem visitor Wednesday.
Mrs. Dr. Slater of Salem
Independence this week.
Mrs. Hattie Wells of California
making an extended visit with
"er parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.
Mrs. Clarke and dantrhtAr m;.
Retta from the Conner Wnlln.
neighborhood were inlndennnrfo
Miss Mary Clodfelter came up
om Portland Saturday night ana!
is visiting with her sister Mra
C. C. Pi tier, an arrival froBav
Miseouri, this week purchased 8f
acres of land belonging- to the
Chaa. Fiaher estate.
"Uncle" Johnny Rhodes who is I
84 years old ia still able to be
around. Ha was transacting buai
ness in this vicinity last weak. 'J Henry and Mra. Btaats and Mr
Jim Hill viaited with the If arks'd Utt- Staata of AirJi
boya last tuacay. visited in tewn Monday.