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INDKI'KNDKNCK. OKEUON, THURSDAY, NOVEMIIKU fi,
Dairy Convtntlon at
Rnli in hav tin- convention of
I the Oregon Stale iNUr, Amik lailon
I iii ,-Milw.r luili unit I lili Mini already
'preparation am being mailt for
gathering tliat urpaa all pre-
vlou meeting. Tha Oregon Ihivel-
o)inut Ia'hkiiw will ruutliiuo to work
Willi tli Andix'lailiin and linen tin'
dairy report at on of It moat t-f-fectlvw
piece of literature In cor
reapondliig with Kaatern farmer.
CARRY MOST STATES CONSIDER
OKEG0.VS MAJORITY 25,000
Uaual Damocratlo MajorltUa Ar Ri
turnad by tha Solid South How-
aver Another Four Yaara la Ex
pected to Break Intd It.
TI10 member of Clover Lef Ha-
bekah Lodge, together with imnii of
their friend, peni a very pl.mmiit
Um on laat Tuedy evening, Ibe
occasion being tbe fifteenth aunlver
aary of their organization. After tha
close of lodge an entertaining pro
gram, which m muth enjoyed and
heartily encored, waa rendered
DEMONSTRATION TRAIN COMES
Oregon Agricultural Faculty Will
Another will deal with dairying, allow
ing modern method of handling- a
table of row. In thla rar will l
aeen milking machine In operation.
Thla will bo an opportunity that
ahould not bo miaend by farmer of
the entire Independence country, It
will bn worth many dollar to them.
Information will be gathered there
that will bn worth a great deal to
tboni. Hon'l forget tha date. iu on
hand early and ee all that there
will bo to be Been,
Demonstrate to tha Farmer New TRANSACTIONS AT COURT HOUSE
Method of Farming, Dairying and
Horticulture Working with a. r. I PROBATE
Kutate of Andrew J. Purvlne, d-
inpw 10m. not. . The next
President of the United State will b
William Huward Taft, Republican, of
Ohio. The next Vlce-Prmildcnt will
b Jamea Schoolcraft Sherman, Re
publican, of New York.
Thla la tho verdict returned by the
majority of the 15,000,000 voter of
the, United State. Tho Republican
candldHta baa repeated Mr. Roose-
Telt'a feat of carrying nearly every
northern state, giving him a clear
majority In the electoral coIIckb over
William Jennlng liryan, the Demo
Report from all purta of the stnte
Indicate Unit the vote was heavy, the
effort of both gubernatorial candi
dates to bring out the ballots being
rewarded with gucceHS. Both the
old parties polled full votoB, their
trength not being seriously affected
by the other minor parties.
Many of the slates considered Hal
doubtful before tha election have
gone Republican. In nioHt of these
Btates the vote Is close.
The lower house of the Sixty-first
congress will be. Republican, but by
a reduced majority. With returns
from some districts still In doubt and
others contested the Houso will re
main safely Republican. The Senate
will remain Republican.
PACIFIC! COAST FOR T.FT.
ceaaed bond filed and
The Farmer' Demonstration train John prilllip. D. J. White, and W
will be In Independence tomorrow. B Dun,.n appointed appraiser.
Every farmer of the surrounding Eitmte 0f Reuben T. Uarnum. de-
Mr. I country ahould attend and see rel final account set for hearing
Saturday, November 28, at 10 o'clock
Kutate of Nancy E. Moore, deceas
ed-final account approved and distri
Estate of 8arah M. Gibson, deceas
ed bond filed and approved; George
Chapman, Marlon Putnam and J. P.
Holmes appointed appraisers.
Estate of II. N. Wlllet, deceased-
estate admitted to probate; Belle
Wlllet appointed administratrix; O.
Hayter, George Gcrllnger and A. F.
Toner appointed appraiser; Inven
tory and appraisement filed and ap
proved; ordered that whole estate be
turned over to widow of deceased.
J. K. Coad et ux to F. J. Coad -t
l, lot In Dallas, $100.
Lucy E. Rowell and hd to F. J.
Coad, trustee, SO acres, t 7 s, r 5 w,
W. J. White to George D. Gates,
1 acre, t 7 and 8 s, r 5 w, $100.
United States to James Hall, 160
acres, t 9 s, r 7 w, patent.
C. A. Halght et ux to H. L. Fen-
ton, 160 acres, t 9 s, r 7 w, $800.
W. L. Strong to V. Macken. land In
V. Macken to L. G. Richardson,
land In McCoy, $200." -
C. P. Cornwall et ux to Joseph Ra
dek, land In Monmouth, $250.
Moses Manston et al to Parilec
Byerley, land In Dallas, $250.
D. D. Bell to Bank of Falls City,
70 acres, t 8 s. r 6 w. and lots In
f i ,x F- ;r
OroRon, Washington and California jobn M1Il8 ot salem, accompanied by I the Oregon ARrlcultural College is Fas Clty i0
uo jM'puoncan. TlPflB(nt nn,l n.lHort doing In tlie way or aevcioping new w. H. Manston to M. B.
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 4 Washing-
much to the ent rlalnment by his
tnn'a Ave electoral votes will bn cast
for Taft, the Republican candidate Movlal address and splendid singing.
havlnir carried this state, but hi. ma- Mr. and Mrs. Mills aro old-timo resi-
Jorlty was considerably below that of dents of Independence and former
Roosevelt' In 1904. Samuel C. Cos- members of Clover Leaf Lodge. Fol
jrrove, Republican, has been elected tawing m the program:
governor, ana me state s legislature ennl.pvervhoiiv
will remain Republican.
Portland, Or., Nov. 4. Returns
from all parts of the state indicate
that Taft has a majority, although
much less than that of Roosevelt
The Roosevelt plurality in 1904 was
enormously greater than the normal
Republican majority of the state. It
was due chiefly to the refusal of
Democrats to vote for Parker. Last
June the poll on United States Sen
ator gave Chamberlain, Democrat,
82,421; Cake, Republican, 50,899.
San Franclso, Nov. 4. There was
no state election In California to .com
plicate the Issues, and the Itepnblican
National ticket carried the state. A
Republican legislature Insures the
election of a Republican to succeed
Addrtra of welcome Mr. Mills.
History of the lodge Mrs. Henklo.
Solo Mr. Mills.
Tho South Solid for Bryan.
St. Louis, f Nov. 4. Tha "solid
south" is still solidly Democratic,
Mr. Bryan polling the usual large
majorities. Missouri has reversed
the Republican victory of 1904 and
is again In the Democratic ranks by
a large majority.
Maryland's split electoral vote of
four years ago, seven Democratic and
one Republican, Is this year solidly
Democratic. The Democrats have
gained one congressman,!
Oklahoma, the state created since
the last Presidential election, has en
rolled itself, as was expected, in the
Philadelphia, Nov. 4. Pennsyl
vania has gone Republican by a large
majority. This city, Pittsburg, Har
rlsburg, Altoona and other cities
have given Mr. Taft pluralities, but
Scranton, Wilkesbarre and towns in
which the so-called "labor" vote la
strong have gone Democratic.
Cincinnati Crowd Cheer Taft.
j Cincinnati, Nov. 4. Mr. Taft re
ceived the returns at the home of his
brother, Charles P. Taft. When his
success at the polls was announced
the house was surrounded by a cheer
ing crowd calling for a speech from
"the next President." Mr. Taft an
nounced that he would make a for
mal statement In tha near future.
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ideas in agriculture, dairying and han(i in Dallas, $1.
horticulture. - ' United States to Eustace Howard,
R. B. Miller, general freight agent han(i in t 6 s, r 7 w, patent.
of the Southern Pacific company will Eustace Howard et ux to E. L.
have complete charge of the train. D'Lashmutt, 22 acres, t 6 s, r 7 w,
The demonstration train scheme is $400.
a scheme of Mr. Miller, and was a ? s. H. Rothermal et ux to John Ma-
nappy tnougnt. xnese aemonstra- ginnis, : 160 acres, t ,6 s, r 6 w,
tions are meeting with enthusiastic $200.
receptions in all parts of Oregon w. C. Brown to Mary E. Brown,
4 69 acres, t 7 s, r 5 w, $703.
Charles R. Gibson and Hallie Gib-
son to A. B. Robinson, Jr., part lots
5 and 6, block 24, Independence, $1.
L. W. Mann of Independence spent
Sunday at the home of his uncle,
Miss Ada Byers, who has been 111,
I in again able to be in school.
Linn Nesmith, who is attending
Eugene High School, is at home on a
John Simonton, a former resident
of this place, was a visitor here this
The store here was again broken
Into last Friday night but as far
as is known nothing was taken.
The Rickreall Milling Co. is now
nrepared to furnish flour and feed
and do a general exchange business.
Recitation Miss Nellie Damon.
Piano solo Opal McDevitt.
Malo quartet Messrs. Drexler,
Hewitt. Ferguson and Gillispie.
Reading, of letters from absent
members Mrs. Henkle.
Solo Miss Margaret Hodge.
After the program games were
played and at the close of the even
ing an excellent lunch was served.
The hall was tastefully decorated.'
Linn County Apple Show.
Thirty-three of Albany's leading
business men went to Portland last
Friday to personally invite the busi
ness men of that city to participate
in a celebration at Albany on Tues.
day, Nov. 10th, with the Linn County
Apple Show and the opening of a fine
new depot as the features. As an
evidence of the enterprise of the Al
bany delegation each and every one
of them bought his own round trip
ticket and left Albany at four o'clock
in the morning, starting to work in
Portland at 7:15. They were guests
a' a special luncheon 'at the Port
land Commercial Club. Portland ex
cursionists will go by special train
and the party will be, one of the
where they have been shown. They
are intended to show means of mul
tiplying the profits,. of.,ihe farm. It
is intended entirely for the benefit
of the farmers of this valley and largest that has gone, from the city
the lectures which will be delivered tms raI1,
from "the train will deal with advanc
ed Ideas. One car will be devoted For sale or trade, three-year-old
to agriculture, the growing of grain, mare, or will trade for good milk
grasses, etc., and the demonstration cow. John Bobbins, Independence,
will deal with modern machinery. Oregon. 22tf.
For the Rainy Season?
We tell the old reliable
They have leen the atamlard for
Duck Coats, Mack
maws, and Bos
You'll find our line of
Star 5 Star
are reliable. Every pair is built
to give fatiffuctory war
for hard service in the mud am!
water are tbe ideal shoes for
Dry Goods, Men's and Boys' Clothing
Everything for tho whole family at prices that regular
stores can't match.
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Salem's Up-to-Date Store Is
Here With the Goods
The grandest assortment of Beautiful Fall Merchandise that was ever
, seen in this city. You can see style, fashion and beauty in every ready
made garment and piece of goods Bhown. Remember we are the makers
of low prices. . , . . ,
juress Laooas ana
Our assortment is great and our
prices cannot be beat. Fall Suitings
yard 25c, 35o, 49c, 65c, 75c and up,
In a grand assortment of styles and
patterns. Yard, 25c, 3oc, 49c, 65c
Hosiery and Un-
in Fall and Winter-weight at special
Low Prices. 19c, 25c, 35c, 49c and
If you want the best values in Salem
come to the CHICAGO STORE.
now selling for $1.50, $2.50
$2.95, $3.50 and up.
Women's Tailor Made
SUITS: $8.50, $10.5,
$12.50, 14.50 and up.