Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, January 12, 1917, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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vt, Woitlliorbt'o, !I. I,. Thmwis
""'V, (J, iii((J4'k huvo been up
'j,',." aiiMliirM of th tatn of
l.'mUto frnnk E. Kddy. Amy K.
liiiiKi j ainiliilmrutor of tho oHluto.
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r t? lllrwhbiTK, of Ind.'pon
"ii'ii'li tOjP"lj loti enough whlio lit
V'1 (ty last wook. to i)k a Ko'l
' ttUforthe prnwnt toutity court,
kro MitlnfUxl In our purl of tho
that J'!k Ktrkpiitrh k will
tlilnia rood official,
Mr , doff ! nuld
ruptdly.
to be falling
It (J. Jloevoi ha purchased the
Win, Lawton property on Fifth and
U. Btn nt.
Attorney gwopo won In rortlund
Moiily on bunln'Ba connected wltli
a forIOMiiro Milt.
A nltr of Attorney lliirrlk'a wan
over fiom Satom u fow day lust
wi nk doing wwe typewriting for
Mm.
J. 0. Mcintosh had ocauilon to
bo lu Dallttw Wwlijejiday, being sum
moned iu u witness In tnti Circuit
Court.
Mrs, h. IloKiin expwts to, lavo In
a few 'f iyn fr California whore
ho will roimiln Indefinitely with
her elutur.
Tho Kloum THUcuras wore picas
antly entertained last evonlng at
the Crbray home.' The uaual good
tiuiu wiu enjoyed.
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DR. L. C. QARRICK
Dentist
Office In Cooper Building.
Phone Main 7821.
Independence, Oregon.
Misses Dorothy Child and Frances
Eaton returned to O. A. C. after pans
tug the holidays with tho folks at
home.
Ho has tho
,ri and the time ait enough prld'
m . ii , Dalian Observer.
Iw I
ut'iu" ir,n,t bak't Knrne "f
will ktttKii tho litispendence High
nut n tesiu met defuftt by only four
j"u,.1"i Saturday evening In the l'cl
nkVuTbolr opponents bolng the Jl"u
y the tits ' team, The game was full
r, lUlMitlonal plays and our team
siwVl;P vmtf well. Another
'orthew two will put our boys In fine
W iio and we have every res
, tldli that thoy will flnlnli.tho
t with a splendid ro ord.
rl of 1 f , t
Ik w onday evening of this woek
"n PcJ meiulx-w of tho Woman'!
1'kI.i I Corp and sevi-ral Invited
1lry wiint to tho residence of Mm.
Moncan anU gave hr Qtilto a
u ; Tli nvnnlnff was soent In
uhthn4 Knmett. At ton o'cimk The Konslngtnn's met with Mrs,
f opened th lunrh basket; Coffey on last Friday afternoon.
.i,rr.4t r tho membera of the v.'x ploaeant social afternoon was
orp and all prt-sont enjoyed ,ponl, feature of th& met't!n wa
fnttful lunh. with coffee. Thn m r,mtmbrmns from Mre. Dehrns of
at a late hour, wlhln; the Colorado to each one of the membera
d bibt kappy nA P"wP,'row Y
nit r tew home to which they ex
iu Po make In another city.
en
E. K. PIA8ECKI
Mr. WlUard Craven and son loft
Monday mornliig' tr Lot Anelln,
California, Mth, Cravcn"s uncle Mr.
Taylor, le Maid to be very poorly.
ooafa ATTORNEY AT LAW
MUNI S
John Dickinson, who has been con
flneJj to his home for several wrecks
with touch, of LaQrlppe, wa able
to he down town thia week, a little
bit 'Mhakey, but etlU in the rinx."'
Mr. Dickinson eaya he'll be la good
Eui'rtV Court Houe, DALLAS, ORE trim' for a foot race with anyone on
ry un ' tho Fourth of July. - ;
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REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP
THE INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL BANK
Charter No. 3979
dependence, In the
ember 27th, 1916.
4
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State of Oregon, at the close of business)
KE80U11CS3
C D and discounts(ezcet those ahown on band c) 1160,018.75
t eptsnces of other banka discounttHl
... .Tutsi Loan
as and ttillt rodiaoountcd
rafts eocu rod, $.
1(50,013.75
133.45
. . , . unsecured $133.46, . . .
onda ilepoaited to eeoure circulation (par value) 1 12,500.00
Total U. 8. bonds 1J.5OO.00
, oiher than U. 8. bolide pledged to secure postal
" savings deposits 2,000.00
ft and securiiitis pledged as collateral for State, or
other depositM (potal ezcludud)or bills puyabie. ,,16,500.00
tiee, other than U. ri. Uonds (not including stocks)
owned unplodKod I 4,713.70
Total bonds, securitius. oto $ 23,113.70
of federal Keeerve Dank (6U per cent of sub
scription) 1,960.00
as of bank house (if unencumbered) 15,600.00
II fy in banking bonne 15,000.00
11 iureand Fixtures . , 4,000.00
istate owned other than banking house 8,(115.00
, noust due from approved reserve agents in New
I York, Chicago, and 8t. Louis I 2,21 1.64
. nount due from approved rouerve agents in other
' reserve cities 83,674.08 85,788.72
nount due from banks and bankers other than
inoluded in 12 or 20 2,718.17
cheeks on luniks in the same city or town as re
porting bank 800.99
ie checks and other ciish items $ 62G.22
7tnal ourrency, nickols and cents 243.38 809.60
of o$her national banks , 160.00
A R0nrve bank notes 160.00
I Resorve in vault and net amount due from Federal
Morve Hank 27,605.46
iptidn fund with U. S. Treasurer and ' due "from""
jgU. 8. Treasurer 625.00
Total f 344,810.84
LIABILITIES
1 1 nl stock paid in ,
A young lady '"with money to
burn" doesn't have to look for mat
the. Onin Dadman returned to O. A. C
after pnHlng tho holidays with the
folks at homo.
Why nhould Mld!ers be rathr
tlmd on tho first day of -A prll.
IlcciuiH they havo Jiit IukI
Murh f thlrty-ono days.
A pound Is '"an almlKhty dollar"'
to an Englishman, a unit of weight
n a grocer, a black eye to a fighter
and the Last Dayw of Pompeii to a
stray dog.
Karnest MHIor end wife, of Cor
valllH, returned homo Bunilay evening
after a wek-td vlalt with Grant
UcLauKhlln and family. Mrs. filler
t a sltr of Mr. McLaughlin's.
Mr. and Mrs. Vlreln went to Suvcr
Sunda evening to partake of a wild
duk foat with Mr. and Mrs., Will
Wood. Mr. Wood having , SaJd
a good aupply for a good fctst.
Sara Ilanna attend the Farmers'
we k moetlng at O. A C. He says
that ovt 1C00 farmcrw were ris
tt'red, and the mating has proved
very profitable to the farmers.
Mlsti Pearl Smith, a former toach
ear; in the schools hore, after paae
ing the holidays with her mother,
returned to Corvallls 8unday even
ing. She Is now teaching in the
sx'hocly of that city.
' Five drunks were Incarcerated In
the Polk county baMHe In Dallas dur
ing the year 1916 against 31 for the
year 1915. The elimination of the
Aiiloon la given the credit for the
decrease.
Rev. Tapoott, formerly pastor of
the Baptist church in thia city, la
assisting In a revival meeting at.thei
Calvary Baptist church in Portland.
After hbj engagement In Portland
ha will go to Vancouver, B. C. on a
similar mission.
The "'Messiah's Advent" the Xmas
cantata aa presented in Dallas re
cently, was repeated in this city in
the Methodist rhurch Wednesday ev
ening unite r the direction of D. V.
Doling. The entertainment was well
patronized and gave entire satisfac
tion. Divorcee are increasing more
rapidly than marriages in Yamhill
county. In 1914 the ratio was one
divorce to each 2.98 marrigaes, In
1915 this was increased to one di
vorce for each 2.87 marriage, and In
1916, when there were 191 divorces
granted and only 429 marriage llcent
es tabued, the proportion waa one di
vorce for each 2 25 marriages.
A GOOD POSITION-The passage
of the 8 hour law by congress has
created a big demand for telegraph
operators, both In railway and com
mercial service. Young men and
young women can obtain positions
at 176 to $80 per month. Write for
full particulars to the Railway Tele
graph Ins't, Portlaad, Ore. 23 tf
Edward Wbitcraft and wife of
Qret Falls, Montana, are in the city
the guests of H. Padman and wife,
Mrs.' Dad man being a sister to Mr.
Whitcraft's. The latter ie here look
ing over the country with a view of
(icating, as the long severe cold
Winters has impaired his health. He
Is much impressed with the Oregon
climate.
A fine good looking boy came yes
terday to claim his home for twenty
one years with Dr. and Mrs. Orlder.
Paul Dl'klcy Is now traveling with
a wholoasle gro- ery firm, having re
signed his petition with OouVvy and
Walker.
Fresh Vegetables and Proles Al
ways on hand In season. Uslbrsath
eV Jones.
Mrs. Kly Fluko nwlf HtUo son, who
are both confined in the Salem hos
pital, uro said to be improving nice
ly. WANTED TO KENT a . medium
slzo ranch, one with machinery pre
ferred. Address "11. SALTER, Inde
pendence. Mrs. Nat Withers underwent an
operation at one of the Portland hos
pitalw this week. From reports ahe
Is getting along nlccdy.
. The Grand Worthy Matron will
Visit Adah Chapter No. 34 on next
Friday evening, January 19th. A good
attendance lu requested.
Independence 31igh 8-hool met their
wcond defeat Wednesday evening In
the local gem. Bell Fountain tak
ing their scalps by a score of 20 to
H.
A. B. Tulley, eanitary inspector of
hotels and restaurants, was in the
city Wednesday. He reports the
Beaver Hotel the best kept place in
the valley of its kind.
J. B. Dlckfion ial still agent for
the Oregon Nursery Company and
If you are In ncd of any loganberry
plants, prune or peach trees, or any
ornament shrubery, you'll bame mon
ey by seeing him.
Take advantage of the January
Clear enre Sale now going on at Eddy
& Carbray"s. The goods are mov
ing fast and many are taking advan
tage Jof this big- inducement tale.
Tou may need something better
hurry.
IT COULDN'T BC DONE.
Somebody said that It couldn't be
done,
But he with a chuckle replied,
That "maybe itt couldn't," but he
would be one
Who couldn't say so till he tried.
So he buckled right in, with a trace
of a grin
On his face. It he f worried he hid
it, j
He started to sing as he tackled, the
thing
That couldn't be done and he ld
it.
F you are
looking for
a high class
suit made in
a high class
way,-
your way lies
here.
Call and see.
Examine the remarkable intrinsic values
of our fabrics and note that every one
breathes Buty and Smartness in design and
color tone.
All the new models are here and the
best only are authenticated by Metropolitan
dressers and bearing the ear-marks of real
tailoring aristocracy. $20 and $25 buys a
made-to-measure suit here that is high class
in every sense of the word.
O. A. KREAMER
GENTS' FURNISHINGS .
fund .
S ided profits f 19,113.82
hljesscurrent expenses, interest, and taxes paid. . 10,256.15
gjitini notes outstanding
nds tnpaid
deposits:
"individual deposits subject to check
Certificates of deposit due iu less than 30 days.
ICwCashier's cheoks outstanding
. Postal Savings deposits
ingrotal Deposits, Items 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39,40. 158,304.19
eposits payable after 80 days, or subject to 30
ys or more notice
ertinoates of deposit
I total of time deposits, Items 41, 42 and 43 86,248.98
tn3yble other than with Federal Reserve Bank,
neluding all obligations representing money '
jjjjX?rrowed, other than rediscounts
60,000.00
15,000.00
8,857.67
12,000.00
138,241.79
14,039.72
2,948.27
974 41
66,248.98
16,600.00
Und'er the "Bone Dry'" law the
genlusi of the Portland bootlegger wil
be pitted against the county and city
officials of that county and city in
an effort to Berve hia customers.Al
ready the devices of the bootleggers
are causing the officials much worry
amV -when the new law, taking away
fhe privilege of chipping In a few
drams, Is put in force that particular
section of the state known as north
Portland, will reveal many geniuses
in the ways of getting booze to their
customers regardless of the law.
Lebanon Crlterlan.
I Total 1344.810.84
I OF OfKEQON, COUNTY OF POLK, s. s. ,
f ft. DeArmond, Cashier of ths abovs named bank,ds solemnly swear
ISe above statement Is true to the best of my knowlsdoo and bs-
? ii , i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
. Ml ' 1 II' IM;. j;
R. ft. DsARMONO, Cashier,
before m this 9th day of January, 1917.
ribsd and sworn ts
Ham and Eggs
Buttered Toast
A cup of GOOD
Coffee
Some
Breakfast
Golden West Coffee
Somebody scoffed: "Oh you'll never
do that
At least no one ever has done it."
But he took off his coat and he took
off his hat.
And the first thing we knew he'd
begun it,
With a lift of his chin and a bit of
a grin,
Without any doubting or quitting;
He started to sing as he tackled the
thing
That couldn't be done and . he did
It.
There are thousands who tell you it
cannot be done,
There are thousands who prophecy
failure;
There are thousands to point out tc
you one by one,
The dangers that wait to assail
you;
But just buckle in with a bit of a
grin,
Then take off your coat and go to
; , tt,
just start in to sing as you 'tackle
the thing
That "cannot be done" and you'll
do it
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H. L. FITCHARD has taken the
Agency for the celebrated DELEO
ELECTRIC LIGHTING PLANT8 th
only safe system now In use.
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55k
iS?eciionOil Heater
Ready and glowing- at the touch of
a match giving a cheery, odorless
warmth. Burns PEARL OIL, the
clean, cheap fuel. In blue or white
enamel or plain black -harmonizing
with the finest surroundings.
Prices: $3.75 to $7.75
EV'V
t1
For Sse by
CRAVEN & HUFF
J. D. HIBBS & CO.
SLOPER BROS. & COCKLE
MAX GOLDMAN
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Electric Toast is Perfect Toast
Elertriolljr mode taut differ from the (range tbadj
m freh coffee from stale. Lt needs but trial la eon;
vioec. . Equip your bretkfasl table with n
G-E Radiant Toaster
und Ittm the delight of cmp, golden tout mde tt the
instant yau want it, fmh, hot uid appetuuig.
: Ll m ifcev ym Uww toast m. It mbU )
bsit, set itt ts tnsk Un iltret f dtlMWM
soast sseb tot kt fitragt isratf) .
Alas) kt n iaew you t a arwC 1 04fW Psr
Ttnttt Celts to go wuh ihs IVHeci !
a. in m.a tb
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A NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION
"John Dear! Let us make one good New Year's
resolution today."
"What is it, Mary?"
"Let us resolve to be a month ahead instead of a
month behind in our bills. And I know where
we can save a great deal of money by paying
for what we buy when we get it."
"Where, Mary?"
" Why, at Fluke & Johnson's, of course on C street"
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