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CHAPEL CAR IN
"CHURCH ON WHEELS" TO AR
6ervlcea During the Week to Precede
Erection of Catholic Edifice Un
der the Supervision of Father Mc
Devltt of the Cathedral Parish.
The resident of Independence, and
vicinity will have mi opportunity next
week uf vUlttUK lnHp IK th
Catholic cliil-l car which was l
elKiK'd fr the purpose of conveying
the benefit "f Catholic religion In
tUoH.i sections desiring It. I
three years that the car lina t n I"
en he It Iihh traveled iimiiy thuusui.a
mll.-M mid ilmnoii cIiuYko of It have
conducted Innumerable missions. I"
tho prexent Instance the "church on
wheels." as It la fainlllnrly called, Ih
preceding the intHBloiiary work being
dona by the Rev. Father II. J. Mc
Pevltt of tho cathedral parish of Tort
land. Father McDevItt has undertak
en the tank of erecting a number of
churches for the conducting of servic
es. One of then la to be In Indepen
dence and If everything- la favorable
to that end, the construction is to be
commenced In the early part of the
Several weeks ago one of tho
churches was dedicated In the city
Of Newberg and tho roof of another
is on at Sheridan. At the aamo time
ground has been acquired for a
church at Rainier and negotiations
are being made for church property
at three other places.
The chupel car cost tho sura of
$12,000. It Is equipped with all the
conveniences for tho holding of the
services of the Catholic religion and
at the same time for the traveling ac
commodation of thoBe In charge of
It. There U an altar, sanctuary, con
fessional, baptismal fount and other
accessories and all told It Is one of
the most complete pieces of mechan
ism ever turned out by the Pullman
car company. The money for Its con
struction was mainly contributed by
A. Petry of the city of Chicago who
Is an ardent believer in missionary
The car will arrive here tomorrow
and will remain until the succeeding
Saturday. There will be the service
of the mass in the car on Sun
day morning at 10 o'clock and in the
afternoon Sunday school at 4 o'clock.
There will also be mims every week
day at. 8 O'clock and Instructions for
tho children in the afternoons.
Beginning Sunday evening at 7:30
O'clock a course of lectures for Cath
olics and non-Catholics will be given
In the Independence opera house to
which all are Invited and for which
no charge will be made. The services
throughout the week will likely be
conducted by Father Polk of the Re
demptorlst Order under the direction
Of Father McDevItt. The latter will
also deliver several addresses dur
ing the week
d. p. McCarthy marries.
D. P. McCarthy, manager of the
Lone Fir hop yards east of the city
was married in Salem Thursday of
last week to Miss Lena Biers of that
city. The ceremony took place at
the home of the bride's parents, Fath
er Moore officiating, there being only
er Moore officiating. There were on
ly a few Intimate friends of the bride
and groom present. An elaborate
wedding supper was served at 8:30
In the evening after which the new
ly wedded pair departed for Portland
and other points on the coast, return
ing home last Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. McCarthy is a favorite with all
who know him. His marriage came
as a pleasant surprise to his friends
who extend their congratulations to
the happy couple and wish that they
may live long and prosper.
Paul Dolt and Miss Helen Cooper
were united in marriage at Portland
last Saturday evening. Both of the
contracting parties are well known
-In this city where they have lived
until within the past, few months.
Their many friends here extend con
gratulations and wish them a happy
and prosperous voyage through life.
The sermon lectures or c haracter
sketches of mn and women of the
lliblu, given every Hunday evening at
Calvary Presbyterian church, are b'b
Interesting and Instructive and ap
pear to bo greutly appreciated, as at
tested by the large and Increasing
con;'eKtttluiia that attend every ser
vice. Next Sunday evening Dr. Duns
uioro will deliver the seventh of the
ecrlea, thn subject Of which will be,
'Miriam, the Grand Old Maid." The
evening service commences at 7:110.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock and
Sunday school at 10. The general
public are cordially invited to all the
Evangelist II. C. Ulack of Salem
la conducting series of revival meet
IngN In tho Christian church. Services
commcne, each evening at 7::t0 and
will continue over the m-xt two Hun
days. Already a K"d Intercut Is b'v
Ing developedthe audiences are
larun and attention the best. Come
out and hear tho evangelist and bring
a friend with you.
Regular services at tho Methodist
church !et Sunday. The subjects
are as follows: In the morning,
"Drawing Water out of the Wells of
Salvation," and In the evening, "Lot's
Choice." Both the members and the
pastor are endeavoring to make each
service a channel of blessing to all.
The brick church on Third street,
Maynard It. Thompson, pastor. Strau
gers and non church goers always
welcome. Sunday morning at 11:00
the pastor will speak on tho text,
"She Hath Done What She Could."
Ills evening theme at 7:30 will be
"Cursed Blessings." The Bible school
meets at 10:00 and the young people
at 6:30. On Wednesday evening the
church and friends will continue the
study of the Holy Spirit, On Satur
day of this week at 2:30 the church
will hold a regular business and cov
Under the banner of the Oregon
Development League, the state has
never taken a more decided forward
movement In ' community publicity
than now. With the various cities
thoroughly aroused and actively at
work to advance their Interests, the
outlook Is very bright. Never has
there been a stronger advertising
iiulso throughout the state. There
la a determination to set forth to
the world the manifold advantages
Oregon has to offer to the home
seeker. Durinir tho past week, under the
direction of the Oregon Development
League, remarkable meetings have
been held in various parts of the
state. Tremendous Interest has been
Lebanon raised a publicity fund of
J2500 at an enthusiastic meeting. The
people of the city are united in the
determination to exploit the resources
of that section and are doing splen
Corvallls has Just organized a wom
an's auxiliary that will make itself
felt in many ways in furthering tne
pfforta of the local commercial club
In advertising Corvallls. A warm
welcome is given newcomers,
siivertnn neoDle. at a meeting dur
ing the Dast week, raised a fund of
over $2000 that will be still further
Increased. A strong commercial ciud
he a hoon oreanized with over forty
members and it is promised this nuin
ber will be raised to 100 soon.
Rein and Jefferson are in line for
their share of publicity, having each
raised $600 for development work in
their section. All are alive to the
benefits of working together as .a
T,airtlaw Is active. The develop
ment league of that place Is on the
alert to advertise that part of Oregon
and it is going ahead as never before.
nietidale. at a meeting last Friday
showed a splendid get-together spir
it and the people of that place are
thoroughly wide awake and enterpris
mr Rale Gentle, family pony. Call
at the Bundy farm, five miles south
of Independence. James Fimgan.i
INDEPENDENCE. ORBOON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1J. W.
PRIZES OF CASH AND SILVER
Will Be Blggeat Poultry Show Ever
Held In Willamette Valley and
Poultry Men From All Over North
weit Will Be In Attendance.
All the northwest country la Invit
ed to tho meeting of tho poultry grow
era' ahow at Dallas on November 2'l
20. The show will bo held by the
I'olk County Poultry Association and
will be tho third annual event of that
If you have birds worthy of exhib
ition bring them to Dallas to the
Rules Governing Entries.
Here are some of the rules govern
ing entries and some of the prizes
which will be awarded:
Forty per cent of alf entry fees In
each variety will be pajd In cash pre
miums; twenty-five per cent to first;
fifteen per cent to second.
All breeds of chickens, geese, duckB
and turkeys recognized by the "Amer
lean Standard of Perfection of Poul
try," are entitled to entry for regu
lar premiums. Also Pit Games and
other pure bred fowls.
The executive committee reserves
the final and absolute right to inter
pret these rules and regulations and
arbitrarily settle, and determine all
matters, questions and differences
In regard, thereto.
Special prizes will be as follows:
Association silver cup, for best pen
of Barred Plymouth Rocks.
Association silver cup, for best pen
of White Plymouth Rocks.
Silver cup, by 'C. H. Morris, for
best display of White Wyandottes.
Silver cup by C. I. Ballard, for best
display of Black Javas.
Silver cup, by J. E. Beezley, for
best pair of Buff Orpingtons. Cup to
be wor three times.
Association silver cup, for be3t peh
of S. C. Brown Leghorns.
Association silver cup, for best pen
of S. C. White Leghorns.
Association silver cup, for best pen
of S. C. Buff Leghorns.
Silvtr cup, by C. I. Ballard, for
best display of Blue Amialuslaus.
Association silver cup, for best dis
play of C. Rhode Island Reds.
A pair tf $3.50 Douglas shoes, by
the Bee Hive Store, for the best pen
of Black Minorcas.
Association $2.50 salad dish, for
best display of Silver Spangled Ham
Silver cup, by C. P. Cornwell, for
highest scoring bird in the show,
standard handicaps applying. (For
members of association only.)
Silver cup, by John H. Holbrook,
for best pen of Indian Runner Ducks.
Northwest Poultry Journal Special. -Northwest
Poultry Journal, Salem,
Oregon, offers the following:
' For the largest display or one
breed of poultry, advertising to the
amount of $5.00 - in the Northwest
For the highest scoring bird in the
show, one year's subscription to the
Northwest Poultry Journal and the
book, 999 Questions and Answers.
Hie-hfist. scoring bird In the ama
teur class, one year's subscription to
the Northwest Poultry Journal.
Best Single Comb Brown Leghorn
cockerel, amateur class, one year's
First Barred Rock pullet, amateur
class, one year's subscription.
Best White Wyandotte hen, ama
teur class, one year's subscription.
led these warnings and there la dan
ger of dropsy, UrlKUt'a Dlea, or
diabetes. Any one of these .symp
toms la warning monad to b'Kin j
treating tho kidneys at once. Dlay
often prove fatal. I
You can use no better remedy than j
Doan'a Kidney Pills. Here's, Indo- j
Mrs, Joa. Whltford, independence.
Ore., says: " Doan'a Kidney I'llla
helped my husband a great deal
when suffering from kidney complain)
and backache. At tlmea ho would
be ao Stiff that he could hardly move
and If he attempted to stoop, sharp
pains would catch him In the kidney.
The kidney secretions were ao fre
quent as to force him to arise many
times during the nlht. He procured
a box of Doan'a Kidney Pills at P.
M. Klrkland'a drug store and noticed
a gnat change for tho better In a
short time. He now fee. Is much im
proved In every way. We are glad
to give Doan's Kidney Pills our rec
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
Foster . Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New
YorK, solo agents for the United
Remember the name Doan'a a
take no other.
K. P.'a Go to Salem.
A delegation from Harmony Lodg
No. 0, Knights of Pythias, of this
city, chartered the gasoline launch,
Louise, last Tuesday night, and went
to Salem to attend the competitive
drill held at the meeting of the dis
trict convention of the order In ses
sion there this week. Among those
who went were Verd Hill, A. Whit
ney, O. Byers, Claire Tharp, Fred
Moseman, Wm. McAdams and Wm
Kurre. They report having had i
good time and that the team work of
the different, lodges that took part
was fine. The boat left here at 6:30
in the evening returning about 4:00
the next morning.
ndependence People Should Lean to
Detect tho approach of
Tha avmntoms of kidney trouble
am so unmistakable that they leave
no ground for doubt Sick kidneys ex
crete a thick, cloudy, offensive urine,
full of sediment; Irregular of passage
nr attended by a sensation or seam
ing. The back aches constantly, head
aches and dizzy spells may occur and
the victim Is often weighed down by
a feeling of languor and fatigue. Keg-
SHIP MAKES HIT
Deacon's Courtship, a comedy dra
ma, played by local talent here last
Friday night, was the best thing put
on in Independence for a year. It
was a success iu every particular.
Everybody knew that It was going
to be good for they were there an
hour ahead of the performance to be
sure to get in. And the house was
The audience was unanimous in
pronouncing young Eldridge the lead
ing attraction in the character of
Deacon Jones. So far as that goes,
however, all characters are deserving
of special mention.
One of the most pleasing numbers
of the special features of the, evening
was the song and encore by Miss
Hodge. She is possessed of a sweet
voice which shows careful training.
In closing it Is well to say that
all numbers were good and deserve
special notice. The play' would stand
repeating every night for a week and
would not grow tiresome.
Entertains the. Owls.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cooper enter
tained the Owls last Wednesday ev
pninfr at nroeressive whist. The hon
ors of the evening were carried off
by Mrs. P. H. Drexler and Mrs. O. D.
T.,iD fr tho ladies, and E. E. Pad-
Wk and Geo. Kutch for the gentle
men. During- the evening a dainty
lunch was served by the hostesses
and while all those present did nof
win prizes they will never forget
Mrs. Cooper's chicken salad.
A Scalded Boy's Shrieks
horrified his grandmother, Mrs. Maria
Taylor, of Nebo, Ky., who writes that
when all thought he would die, Buck
len's Arnica Salve wholly cured him.
Infallible for Burns, Scalds, Cuts,
Corns, Wounds, Bruises. Cures Fever
Sores, Boils, Skin Eruptions, Chil
blains, Chapped Hands. Soon routs
Piles. 25c at all druggists.
Stray brood sow, came to my place
four weeks ago. White with crop off
left ear. Owner can have same by
paying for feed and care and for this
notice. L. E. Stapleton, Indepen
dence, Oregon. ' 24-28
OItsj the advertisers your trade.
N I'M BER 24
The Bai&jf hmi
Our Shoes are famous for their behavior under actual service
conditions. Every pair Is bui:t io give satisfaction.
We carry style aiid qualities suitable for all lubxea of eur
for every member of the family.
Our Men's Clothing
bears the BRANDEGEE label which stands for all that's good In
for boys are made to stand boys' wear.
Comforts, Wool Blankets,
Cotton Blankets, Hosiery
for the winter season at prices that "credit" stores can't match.
Barnes' Cash Store
E. T. BARNES, PROPRIETOR, SALEM, OREGON
grand Opening of
A noted b,eauty specialist from the East has been
Imported at great expense to assume charge of this de
partment, conduct manicuring parlors and handle a
complete line of toilet articles and hair goods. The
complete manicuring parlor equipment from the Port
land store has been brought to Salem for the use of
this modern store.
A large balcony has been erected in the store to be
used exclusively for beauty parlors and the most com
plete line of hair goods ever shown in the Willamette
valley. An expert has assumed her duties here. She is
the only specialist of the kind in Salem. You are in
vited to call and inspect our new department, meet
the beauty specialist, and tell us what you think of the
Ift)$$ III D- Ban
279 Commercial St., SALEM, OR.