Independence monitor. (Independence, Or.) 1912-19??, July 20, 1917, Image 4

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Battreall Shoes for
Men and Boys
Conqueror Hats
for Men
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Modeled
to Fit
Perfedly
One of the
notice when
a pair of
firS things a woman
placing her foot into
UTZ & DUNN CO.
Style Shoes of Quality
ia their nicety of fit and the pleasing way in which they
heighten the beauty of the feet.
Such elegant appearance ia difficult to obtain in many other
shoes. The secret of this graceful fit is in the fact that Utz
& Dunn Co. Shoea are modeled with unusual care and precision.
And thia trim, neat look ia unimpaired by lung wearing be
caase, due to the quality and strength of the materials which
enter into them, these ahoes hold their shape until discarded.
CONKEY & WALKER
Garage for rent
Monitor office.
Inquire at I Dont forget Patria.
Warner and Red rem Corsets
In the late styles
All Wool Oregon Casslmere
Suits for Men & Boys
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BREVITIES
Dr. R. E. Duganne, dentist,
National Bank Building.
Lunch baskets
Walker's.
at Moore &
Miss Nellie Kurre is here from
Portland this week.
L. A. Sawyer was on the I. &
M. rur this week.
Cleve Robinson of Lebanon
was here the first of the week.
Mrs. EL Kullander and chil
dren went to Newport Monday.
Eyes scientifically examined
and glasses fitted. Dr. F. G.
Hewett, Cooper Bldg. 29tf
Just received a new lot of
summer ties. 0. A. Kreamer.
Mrs. John Nelson of Corvallis
visited home folks here this
D. H. Phillips, jeweler, suc
cessor to H. J. Rowe. 41tf
Falls City News: George Wil
son, wife and daughter of Inde
pendence have moved to this city.
B. F. Swope, Lawyer Cooper Bldg.
A son was born Sunday to Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Teats at McMinn-ville.
Alfred Whitney and Nora
Ackerman were married la
week.
A good pair of reading
glasses Tor $1.0O at O. A.
Kreamers.
The boys of Co. L would ap
preciate all books and magazines
sent them.
Cecil Swope has been admitted
to the practice of law by the
Oregon Supreme Court.
A watch repaired by D. H.
Phillips will keep time, and you
can depend on it. 11 tf
Mike Goetz and his big team
have found profitable work near
Whiteson.
Mrs. E. .1. Fowler and Thelma
left Wednesday for a few days'
outing at Newport.
We are agents for the Florence
Automatic Wickless Oil Stove.
Moore & Walker, Complete Home
Furnishers.
A. N. Poole has furnished the
residence at Monmouth which
will be occupied by Dr. and Mrs.
M. B. Butler.
Give us your window shade
order. Moore & Walker.
Koy McFadden visited with
his mother, Mrs. Sherman Hays,
over Sunday.
The heat of the past week did
not stop Peter Kurre from build
ing an addition to a store he
owi s in Monmouth.
Byron Howard of the Navy
was on Mare Island at the time
of the explosion. Altho a half
mile away he was knocked
down.
Summer shoes $1.75 to $4.00
while they last. No more to be
had at these prices. 0. A.
Kreamer.
L. C. Bell of Baker, deputy
county clerk of the county of
the sasse name, was visiting his
sister, Mrs. J. W. Richardson
this week.
The Independence-Monmouth
band will give its second open
air concert on the campus at
Monmouth next Thursday even-
ling, July 26.
The great photo play, "The
Birth of a Nation", at the Isis
Sunday afternoon and evening.
The ew York Journal says '"it
is worth five dollars a seat"
We
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Craven & Huff Hardware Co.
INDEPENDENCE
Sell the Champion Cream Saver
1BE MEL7 BE
IP yon haw rr owned a separator of any other make, there
la one outstanding featura of tha NEW De Laval that will
appeal to you aa much as ren its mechanical superiority,
and that ia its simplicity.
Too wont find any complicated, troublesome parts in tha
NEW Da LavaX It does not get out of order easily, even when
it ia misused; and if for any reason you ever should want to take
it apart, tha only tool you need ia the combination wrench and
screvr-drirtr furnished with each machine.
The NEW De Laval is the simplest
cream separator made.
Only tool required
aary, anaissm
ble a modem Da Laval machine down to the last part within Ave
minutes, and thea put it together again within ten minutes. Thia
is something- that cannot be dona outside a machine shop with
any ether separator mad, and any separator user who has ever
had to wrests with tha complicated mechanism found in other
separators will ap precis ta what it means to him.
Dont fail to stop (a and saa tha NEW Pe Lava the next time
yoa are in town. Evan if too are not in the market for a sepa
rator right now, come ia and eramrne a separator that is said by
exrx rta to embody the greatest improvements in cream separator
ton forties ta ts last thirty J
No collections, no expense,
want your slow accounts.
assume all responsibility and
take all the blame. Yamoreg
Collection Agency, McMinnville,
Oreg. J. I. Knight, manager.48tf
Velma Whiteaker, while with
the Camp Fire Girls on an outing:
trip last week, came in contact
with poison oak which is causing
her much annoy an ?e at the pres
ent time.
?16.50 buys a good suit of
clothes at Kreamer's.
Ihe Airhe Auxiliary of the
Red Cross will give an ice cream
social in Ulnch's grove at Airlie
Saturday evening, July 21
t - n . .
music, everyone is urged to
come and help a good cause.
The annual reunion picnic of
the Christian churches of Polk
county will be held at Dallas
Sunday. A union service of all
churches will be held on the
court house lawn in the evening,
When you think of trunks and
suitcases think of Moore &
Walker.
A T-ft rt a
a. k. wenarason nas com
menced an action against the
county for damages, growing
out of a disputed road right-of-way.
A half dozen neighbors
have been subpoenaed as wit
nesses. Messrs. and Mesdames J. N.
Jones, C. A. McLaughlin, L.
Damon and Earl Ruef formed a
picnic party that motored to
Waterloo and while there sa'w a
young man drown in the river.
An Independence boy has hung
up a record for efficiency in the
navy. In a class of 73 for the
hospital corps but three obtained
an average of 95 in the examina
sionand Marvin Richardson was
one of the three.
Saturday is Bargain Day at
Max Goldman's store.
J. L. Hanna left for Idaho last
Saturday.
Kyle French of Co. L has been
made a corporal.
Mrs. M. E. Stansberry has re-!
turned from a visit in Washing
ton. Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Sloper and
Miss Anna Newton motored to
Portland Sunday.
Mrs. C. G. Skinner, who has
been in California for several
months, returned home last
Saturday much improved in
health.
Monmouth Herald: A party
of friends very pleasantly sur
prised A. H. ('raven on Monday
evening, the occasion being his
birthday.
If you are going to have a
wedding or a swell dinner, don't
forget to complete the menu with
Pugh's Loganberry Juice. Sold
everywhere. 22tf
Mrs. D. B. Taylor of Monrovia,
Cal., and her brother, C. R. Mc
Adam of Lonpoc. Cal.. arrived
in Independence, Wednesday for
a visit at the W. E. Craven
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Irvine of
Lacrosse, Wash., and Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Irvine of Portland
were in Independence this week
to attend the funeral of their
sister.
Wanted housekeeper on farm.
Address Box 61, Monmouth,
Ore. 50
The Florence Oil Cook Stoves
have no wicks to trim, to smoke,
smell and soot up the house.
Each burner cost about one-half
cent an hour. A complete cook
ing stove at a small cost. Moore
& Walker, Agents for Independence.
Mrs. M. Winnerburg of Port
land is visiting at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. C. J. Van-
Avery. Mrs. Winnerberg is the
state manager for the sale of
Egaho Powder, a meritorious
product that takes the place eggs
n pastry cooking.
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Theatre
Independence
Sunday
Matinee
Night
July 22
ELLIOTT 6 SHERMAN FILM
PRESENTS
CORPORATION
DAVID W, GRIFFITH'S
Greatest Most Successful
AMERICAN PLAY
The One nd only Big One.
THAT WILL LIVE AND THRIVE FORKVKR
NOW IN ITS
Fourth Consecutive Year
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SEE ONCI AGAIN OUR AMERICAN HEROES
LINCOLN, GRANT. LEE and SHERMAN
THE TERROR OF OUR CIVIL STRIFE
THE AWFUL RECONSTRUCTION PERIOD
THE BURNING OF ATLANTA
THE SOUTH BEFORE THE WAR
THE AVENGEFUL KU-KLUX KLANS
(Enacted by "Griffith Made" Start)
Marsh WalthaII-Giah
ALL ENHANCED BT A SPLENDID MUSICAL SCORE
HOURS OF THRILLS -LAUGHTER TEARS
Bring the Children to the Matinee
No Seats Reserved -Come Early and Secure the Bes
Farmers, Attention! Grain
binding and clover reaping- jobs
taken. Verd Hill. 50
F. Claude Stephens haa ac
cepted a call from the Christian
church at Falls City and expects
to soon take the pastorship there.
Mr. Stephens is a good man, a
tireless worker for Christianity
and one who makes many friends
everywhere. Falls City is to be
congratulated. I
For the accomodation of six
young ladies attending the Nor
mal who didn't know that the
trains changed time Sunday and
thereby got left, the Espee put
on an extra Sunday night and
brought them to Independence
from Salem. Here the I. & M.
hitched up and carried them to
Monmouth.
j Egaho Powder to be used in
place of eggs. It cuts down the
high' cost of livisg. All goods
guaranteed. For sale by Cal
breath & Jones.
The, B. Y. P. U. and Y. P. S.
C. E. have united for the sum
mer and wi.l nold meetings every
Sunday night at seven o'clock.
During July the meetings will be
held at the Baptist church and
during August in the Christian
church. Special features next
Sunday evening. Miss Effie
Gorgerson of the state C E.
Union will speak on "Intermedi
ate Societies' I
Everyone attending: the Isis
tonight or tomorrow night will
receive a ticket entitling them to
a free admission Monday night
at which time VPatria" will be
started. Managers Nelson &
Henkle believe that this serial is
one of the best ever shown at
the Isis. There are 15 episodes,
two each Monday night. Don't
miss the opening night.
SUMMER COURSE
IN VIOLIN
Lessons given in Independence
for beginners
students. Prici
able. Apply
Elixabeth Levy,
Salem. Oregon,
thia office.
BENEFIT PROGRAM
The Girls' National Honor
Gua'd of Monmouth will give a
benefit program on Tuesday
evening, July 24th, in the Nor
mal chapel. The proceeds from
this entertainment are to be
used in the purchase of a much
reeded ambulance for the Red
Cross work at the front. Mr.
David Campbell, pianist; Miss
Ruby Ann Lorence, soprano;
Miss Genevieve Baum-Gaskins,
accompanist; and Miss Arbuth
not, elocutionist, will furnish the
program of the evening.
The program is as follows:
Piano
Valse in E Minor Chopin
Etude in C Minor Chopin
Berceuse Chopin
Polonaise in A Flat
' Major Chcpin
Reading
Voice
"Mirce dilette amiche",
Bolero from I. Vespri
Siciliana Verdi
Piano
Rhapsody in G Minor. ..Brahms
La Campanella
Paganini-Liszt
Reaping
Voice
Elegie Massenet
At Dawning Cadman
A Spirit Flower
Campbell-Lipton
The Morning Wind
Branscombe
Tickets may be bought at
Morkn'a in Monmoath or at the
BORAH L03E3 .7....::;
PRESIDENT FIISDS
If
school
and advanced
very reason- Morrmouth Heraki: Ihere is
now. Write jSoaie talk of putting the sun on
1311 State St.. j n eight tour schedule and ex
or inquire utj tending be herry aeasoa a few
I week I.
"Wear It on Wrist," Ho Advises
Senator, Who Recovers It
In Riding Boot.
Wssbinirtoii. - Kmi -mr Wllltiuu E.
Borah of hid ho ht li.a u nti h ri-cently,
(lid President WIImhi found It. The
senator nan rldliitf hla home In Hock
Creek park when lie In-iked at hit
watch, the present of foeur d'Alcue
miners. Then he ahoved It Into tha fob
pocket itt hit riding breeches or
thought he did. When no me time later
be reached for the witch It wis nilxi
Inir. Refilling the spot where ha last
had looked at ft, he fl!'jed hack, dis
mounted Hid. leadliitf bla borne by the
rein a. scanned the In-Idle path.
Jut thru President anil Mr, Wilson,
attended by a cavalry aergeaut, can
tered up the path, and the prealdcnt
atopped when he aaw the Ni nator.
"Lost mytliliiK. wiiutur'" ixked the
preHldetit.
"My watch," replied IJtuah.
The irenl(li-iit demounted and Jolin il
In the search. After ten minutes lie
autteested that perliiipa the vniitor hud
mlfoMH the fob joi kef uiid tliut the
watch bad dropped Inelde lila rldlnit
breeches- Hitting down on a Iik. the
senator pulled off hi rlt-bt riding boot
and found the v. uti li.
A the president turned b remount
he said with w hhnnlral blnndnena:
"Why don't jou wear a wrlt watch
senator?"
CENSUS FACTS SACRED.
DtUctivti, Collectors and Ralativet
Tumid Away Disappointed.
New York. Kver since the an
noiintf merit i) made that reglstri
tlon under the state mtlltsry cenaua
taw rm pra- tl'iilly completi tha of
fV-es of the city dlrecbir of cernus and
the tabtilatliiK dMsInu bare been th
ohjective polnte fr private detsctlTei
bill col!e tr and relative looking for
nilnsi; ? (i rwio.
No hlnu'le itiu at Information wh
(riven out ((,r will be, for tha atafe
uffi'.'la! my that all facta gaLWed by
tbe cenaui tiller art aacred and be
yond tna reach of subpoenas.