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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View This Issue
We are, this fall, showing the best line
of new clothing it has ever been our
privilege to show in popular priced
garments. Our increased sales in this
line prove to us the truth of the above
assertion. The fabrics this season are
20 per cent better than in the same
priced garments of a year ago. The
colorings are not loud but equal in
beauty toanythingwehave ever shown.
The tailoring is unquestionably first
class. Every detail in the making o
these garments is as carefully looked
after as in the much higher priced gar
ments while the fabrics are much bet
ter. Nearly every garment is strictly
all wool. Popularly priced at- from
$10.00 to $18.00.
CONKEY, WALKER & LEHMAN.
I This yvat No Joy, Rid". .
Asa Taylor and Ed Owen had a
narrow esoapo last Friday afternoon
from what might have been a bad
runaway. As it was Ed got off with
a sprained ankle, and a broken nerk
yoke was about the only damage to
; the buggy- Asa recently purchased
! a pair of colts which he Is breaking
for the buggy. Friday afternoon he
hitched them and invited Mr. Owen
to take a ride. While driving along
in the vicinity of the Stewart place,
northwest of town, Owen attempted
to alight from the buggy and In do
in an hia foot caught in the lap
robe. In the fall the lines were jerked
from Taylor's hands and the colts
started down the road full tilt, it
was some time before Taylor could
regain possession of the lines and
when he did it was where the road
made a square turn. Rather than
take a chance of turning over he ran
them Into the fence where they
stopped, breaking the neck yoke.
Notiot of Final Settlement.
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Polk County, in the
matter of the estate of Lovina Per
Notice is hereby given that Wesley
Perry, administrator oi -v -Lovlnk
Perry, deceased, has rendered
presented for final settlement
and Filed in said court his mud J
count of aamimsu ttuu" r" f
and that Saturday, he it day of
NovemDer, r, 7 ihP
at the courtroom of said court in the
city of Dallas, in said county and
stae has been appointed by the judga
nZ appear and file exceptions in
writing to said account and contest
2oVaine' WESLEY PERRY-
has purchased K. T. Ilenkle'g
BARBER SHOP AND BATHS IN THE INDEPENDENCE HOTEL
Here Is a chance to get a first-class shave and na.r cul
y i ir-m & j
,n time Invested In a train Ing at this school, Insures the pos
Woney and time Inmtea take a personal in
nirSf oant Uv,ng expenses low. Send for
W- .St9iey, Principal
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Do you want a heater that will keep you warm
If so, give .
their line. It will pay you to Investigate be-
FOR FARM PRODUCE
... BY THE
Cash Store jyy VjW
'Hie iiome of R jn Groceries and in
Quality and n nnnAa
Low Prices Dry goods
f Mill UuS llg
Cash, the universal language of man.
Fine web, asBorted colors
made to tell for SO cents
New Patterns in Shirts
Made with extension neck bands, seams flat felled and dou
ble stlt-hed. New. notby, awell Shirts in Madras, Percales
and Cheviot, worth $125;
Our Price $9.5 c.
wt r rTT 9 on it a fcr iioC
Yakima Hrd Wheat Flour, per sack - - ; - 15c w 40c
4 pkgs A & H Soda . Lard .... 155
Fnsh Codlish squares, per pound i -J added & and ,n.
7 Lars Laundry Soap
7 Lars i. " ylte you t0 8hare your patrouage.
UvJ the pair
at top price. Bring all you have. We
Double warp, heavy and an V f?
extra value for ..L
Special Offering in
White, heavy weight, made with col
larette neck, good fleece worth 75c,
Call and exam
ductions from fa
ready to hang on
Come in and see them.
wnR5 SHOES. SHOES
We are exclusive agent for Hamilton Brown Shoe
Co. Shoes. If you want good shoes, right in style
and price, call ana see uunmu
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cau .uu (h(4r w,ndow display.
fore you purcuac.