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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View This Issue
IN order to protect my customers from so-called "New Store" and "Dry
Goods" prices I have decided to sell my entire stock of new and up-to-date
Trimmed, Tailored and Pattern Hats at prices that cannot be equal
ed in Salem. It is a well-known fact that I never carry over any Hats from
one season to the next. No old Hats at special prices, but new Hats at
wholesale prices. Look elsewhere and get their price and then come to me
and I will save you money. Remember my regular prices are below the av
eragc so-called "Dry Goods" Hats and now I am going to protect my custo
mers by selling my entire stock at wholesale prices for the next ten days.
My Hats are all new and exclusive styles as I selected them personally
while I was in Chicago
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REMEMBER THE PLACE
291 North Commercial Street, Salem. Oregon.
Must Pay Bill Twice.
Newflold & Newfleld vs. Craven &
Moore was tbe title of au action tried
In Justice Hardy Holman'g court
Tuosday afternoon of last week, says
the Dallas Observer. The plaintiffs.
A New York post card house, sued
to recover $48 from the Independence
firm. It appears from the evidence
that Craven & Moore had bought the
cards through M. J. Wax Co., Tort
land agents of the plaintiff, and paid
the amount of the bill to that- con
cern. It appears further, however,
that Newfleld & Newfleld have a rule
strictly forbidding the payment of
any accounts to their agents. The
Jury after brief deliberation brought
In a verdict for the plaintiffs for
the amount sued for, and it looks as
if Craven & Moore will be $48 out
of pocket unleHs they shall succeed
in recovering the amount from the
Percy Pikepounder Didn't de dame
come across wit" a handout Wen you
told her you hadn't swallered not'in'
fer free days?
Felix Hawsted Naw. She told
me to t'lnk of me home and me moth
er an' a lump would come up in me
Croat an I could swaller dat.
horses, three cows, one 3 wagon,
four sets of harness, a few farming
implements, household goods and
about $350 worth of men's, women's
and children's ready-made clothing.
J. H. Lawrence.
I will sell at public sale at my res
idence, on Monmouth Street, West
Independence, Thursday, October 28,1
1909, commencing at 1:00 p. m., four'
Frightful Fate Averted.
"I would have been a cripple for
life, from a terrible cut on my knee
cap," writes Frank Disberry, Kelliher,
Minn., "without Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, which soon cured me." Infalli-
Kla fnw vmi nHa cnta and bruises, it
soon cures Burns, Scalds.Old Sores,
Boils, Skin Eruptions. Worlds best
for Piles. 25c at all druggists
Visit from Supreme President.
Next Tuesday evening, Oct. 26, Su
preme President F. F. Roose will
meet with Independence Lodge No.
212, Fraternal Union of America. It
Is earnestly requested that all mem
bers be present. Mrs. Ella O. Walk
Cold Weather Advice
to all is to beware of coughs aud cold
on the chest; as neglected they
readily lead to pneumonia, consump
tion or other pnlmonary troubles
Just as soon as the cough appear
treat it with Ballard's Horehound
Syrup, the standard cure of America.
Use as directed perfectly harmless.
A cure and preventive for all diseas
es of the lungs.
Price 25c, 50c and $100 per bottle.
Sold by Williams Drug Co.
Ladies' New Suits and Coats Greatly Reduced ' j
FIRE ; PRICES STILL PREVAIL THROUGHOUT THE STORE
Ladles' $ 5.00 Coat
Ladies' $ 8.00 Coat
Ladles' $ 9.00 Coat
$ 2.90 Ladies' $il.00 Coat
$ 3.39 Ladles' $15.00 Coat
$ 4.95 Ladles' $22.50 Coat
$ 6.18 Ladies $28.00 Coat
$ 8.25 Ladies' $20.00 Coat
$13.75 Ladies' $27.00 Coat
$17.35 Ladies' $30.00 Coat
$13.25 Ladies' $17.00 Coat
$15.75 Ladies' $18.50 Coat
LADIES' NEW' TAILORED SUITS
Values up to $45, now ..... $24.00
$27.50. values, now 16.55
$20.00 values, now 12.00
$14.50 values, now ...:..$ 8.80
$18.00 values, now 11.00
$16.00 values, now 10.00
Every Suit Bought this Fall, 1909, Absolutely New Stock
Every one strictly this.
Fall's, 1909, Garments, and
they are Absolutely Cor
rect in Style
100 Doz. Barber Towels, now v 4c each!
Silk Waists, values to $11.00 99c
Men's Pants, in small sizes; values to $6.00 98c
Boys' Hats, values $1.50 49c
Umbrellas ....98c, 7Sc, 6Sc, 54c 41c