Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, May 16, 1919, Image 4

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THE ENTERPRISE
LOCAL
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Entered "at the postoffice at Independence, Orcgpn, as se
cond class matter. Published every Friday morning.
SUBSCKUTiON- KATKS
Deacon Dubbs at the Isis The d re
Friday night May 23rtl.
Nate Weinberg: ami wife of Port
land, visited Chits. Holier and family
On' ui.r w Advana , .. ,.,.. LfiO
mx month in Advance 6
I'hree Months in Advance 0
Office now located two doors South of its former location Your welcome. Litis week.. Mr. Weinberg is eoniiec-
, . .... ted with Ward & Weinberg- Company
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Deacon Dubbs. a tliroe-act comedy.
Diamond CHICK FOOD
SAVES LITTLE CHICKS and
help them t grow into biatrong, healthy birds.
Q A dean. wKoiuuiHtnfml food mo din do mmtu.
Kaape lb cfcieka SMy mmi Bk (Km (row imM.
OUR 1919 CATALOGUE
01 -Diamond Quality" Poultry Supplier listinf
wything mrminy fee thaptotuolo prod uctioaoipoul try
nudlad fr on rtquMt. Ak fox Culo, No. 0,.
OM UffJ&M Poultrr
"BUCKEYE" Incubator and COLONY Brooder Stoves
Men's WorK
un-v ty
That will withstand hard usage, will protect the feet and yet be
very comfortable. These are the required conditions and they can
be nicely met in our Lion Brand "Hardy Hide" work shoes.
Either good heavy army style $7 and $8
Black or Brown Grain, double soles $6.50, $5.50
Black or Brown Grain as low as '. $4.50
Men's Dress Shoes in the desirable colors and styles from $13.50
down as low as $4 50
Boys Dress and
School Shoes
Black and Brown, in either English
Toes, round toes or armv lasts. nH
priced all the way from $5.50 down
to au shoes warranted for
Satisfaction.
will Ua niAQontnl mvf FriilllV fVPlHUja?
T 141 J V V 11 vv -
May 23rd at the Isis Theatre under
the auspices of the Senior Class of
the high school.
Melvn Baldwin purchased a half in
terest in the City Bakery, the new
firm wlil be styled Balwin & Loch- j
ridgle. They will soon move from
their present location into the build
ing now occupied by Cox & Martin.
Mr. Baldwin is a wide-a-wake young
business man and we predict will
make a success of his new venture. I
R. E. McCormick, cheif clerk to
Superinjtent Southern Pacific Com
pany, of rortland, accompanied ty
his wife and Miss Harper, sister of
Mrs. McCormick's of Anicondia, Mon
tana, spent Sunday with Agent Jon
es and l'."milv. Mr. McCormick ami
Mr. Jor.es were at one time associat
ed together on the Salem, Falls City
& Western Ralway.
Paul Koser, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Koser, of Rickreall, died at tlie
family home in that place Tuesday
after two days' illness with pneumon
ia. The lad who was but 10 years of
age, with other boys ot the KioKrenii
neighborhood, went swimming in the
river Sunday afternoon. The water
was icy cold on account of the large
amount of snow at the" headwaters
of the stream in the mountains west
of Dallas. The boy contracted a se
vere cold which immediately develop
ed into pneumonia and all efforts of
attending physicians to combat the
disease failed.
It is not what you do, but how you
do it that makes. the difference be
tween success and failure. In this
day of push and struggle and close
competition, nothing bu(t Iskill can
succeed. Skille'd labor always com
mands its price. Therefore, if you
would succeed, be a specialist. Do
some one thing and do it well, do ft
better than any one else can do it,
and whether it be the product of
hands or brain, it will command a
price, and, what is more, the respect
of your neighbors. Does any one
look down on the man or woman who
bravely makes the best of them
selves. No success commands re
spect. You give in turn for the
money you earn something which .is
money's equivalent your skill. You
will not obtain a large amount of
money without giving money's worth.
Skilled labor, whether of the hands
or brain, is money's worth, and does
not fail to obtain it.
WANTED
ALL KINDS OF HOP WIRE,
ALSO ALL OLD JUNK.
BEFORE YOU SELL, SEE
US, WE PAY BEST PRICE.
CAPITAL JUNK COMPANY
SALEM, . OREGON.
271 Chemeketa Street.
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' n , 11 i" I U.I 'Uii.U I ill III Jti ''.. ... u;i i I Mill a I
.rniffflil fi, ''If CAY, youll have a streak of smokeluck thatH X
i iji 1 1 III! W D put pep-in-your-smokemotor, all right, if you)
' A !! i I I! I I J " tinK-in a jimmy pipe or cigarette paper, md 4
,.tfl I Bf nail some Prince Albert for packing I J
tilt --UTTiK.
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Just between ourtele, you
never will wise-up to high-ipot-moke-joy
until you can call a pip
by its first name, then, to hit the
peak-of-pleasure you land square
on that two-fisted-man-tobacco,
Prince Albert I
Well, sir, you'll bo so all-fired
happy you'll want to get a photo
graph of yourself breezing up the
pike with yeur smokethrottle wide
open! Tlk about smoke-portf
Quality makes Prince Albert so
appealing all along the amoli link
Men who never befort could
amok a pipe and men who'vt
smoked pipes for years til tnti'y
to the delight It hands out) P. A
can'r bite or pmrchl Both trt
cut out by our exclusive patented
process I
Right now while the going's
good you get out your old jimmy
pipe or the papers and land ot
aome P. A. for what aih yotv
particular amokeappetittl
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C
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Tirisa, I I SALEM. OREGON. HI
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fUjVr T quality, fuH-powered-every JWIBW CABLE JASfi
tj&t&toa&& 1 arop. look ror trie Kea
I I1p f t rXfljP 1 I Crown sign before you fill,
ll, T'H j J STANDARDOIL COMPANT
Jhe Gasoline of
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?tCorrect Lubrcadon,,
With Zerolene, the Standard OD Com
pany offers you a scientific service in
Correct Lubrication,
By extiujtiva study and actual testa
the Standard Oil Company Board ol Lu
brication Engineers has determined the
correct consistency of Zerolene for your
make of automobile. Their advice and
recommend? tions are made available for
yon ir. the Ztrolene Correct Lubrication
Charts. There ia a separate chart for
each make of car.
Zeroler; is correctly refined from se
lectee' California crude oil. It keeps rrs
usn-Ling body at cylinder heat, holds
compression, gives -rrfect protection to
the moving parts and deposits least car
bon. It is the product of the combined
re .ources, sxperience and equipment ol
the Standard 00 Company.
'i Correct Lubrication Chart foe
your wr. At your dealer s or our near-
eit Etitian. -
STANDARD OIL COMPANY .
(California)
uaSty
W. DEMICK, (Local Agent) Independence, Oregon
FEDERAL Cord
Tires last longer be
cause vulcanizing under!
internal air pressure ac(
complishes the uniform)
distribution of cord
strain. The Doubled
Cable -Base is your pro-
tection against rim cut,
blow-outs above the rim
.and internal' wear.
SLOPJS BROS. & COCKLB
J. W. DEMICK, (local Ain Illdepende
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nee, Oregon
X I CFQ I n 0' KXC.IIANO.v-,,, .. ,
' Lf I Olives S U,lf(irn'11; 20 acres
fa" fad!?: ! i or Alfalfa All I 1 Uan'e fl'uit-
FOR SALE One Chcvoiet tour- '"e of water fC jih '"
mg car, 1918 molel, driven 1800 nii,a r,m town hv inl u ' tW
miles, and is in nerfeet n., i,..;,..,i ! liner r.l.nni. o ., '' ' u"'(-,c' I'lek-
tke. Wnjr f,- this no.
condition. Good tii-M At - .. h:vn m..i. .. ,
I. D. MIX, Indcinendi'i-.i-K r,..,nl hU W.,' U"r'' et'' A Kir-
fTFOR SALE-Ono male thorough-! t h ' Value
orea Foland China hog, also will 1 WLO"; '77"' '''K fHfornia
nd receivo at thl office
TIIF. PFT BALL
TRADE, MAKH
rifcarmsoAmrnuniiiun
bhootini m&H .
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Deacon Dubbs, all the way J
Sorjrum Center, Btate of West W
ia, will be at Isia Theutro FnOT
evening May 23rd.
Dr. Duganne.Ventist, over Ia
pendente National Bank.