Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, June 13, 1919, Image 4

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    LARGEST PArEU IN VtttK COU55TT,
;Ccr;
r frAT
fold by .tfieBank BooK
SALEM, OREGON.
FOR THE GOOD OF
Community and Customers
... -
v..
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HI
fit.
patrons such a service
vnir riXT GET IX
ACCOUNT-
BY MAIL.
-SEND YOUR
TO OPEN AX
MONEY IX
is
C W. IRVINE,
J. B. PARKER,
C. G. IRVINE,
L. C. FITZGERALD,
President.
Vice-Pres
Cashier
Asst-Cashier
rmm'l i..s
-cj
FARMFR.S
STATE BANK
Independence
Ur
HI
Til -St
a ta flk
U1W JROj7
Smart Showing of. Shoes
New Waists
fit1 EN A imi"
"'huivcs to the mnuWroitluny.
JUd at the home of M, an M - 1 1
7. ,, n...M. I.Viduv niuht and jr"V- i:
them a Joint hiulayrp rnvty
J cream :mt
a tnStimo was had by H
U lato hour the crowd disced,,
Al . i m-o iv,uher many ,
wishing iur. m ;
more birthdays. ,
Mrs. Mollie Baldwin oiu
Saturday for thrir homo
... ti,v were iuwnip.in-
Wasn.uBvou.
ied Hy Mrs. UaHiwin, m.. . -
Itjn , .i.,,,,,l,f,.! ill
Mrs. Martin Conger nnu
Suver, for n months visit..
E, B. Gobat, wife and dauber, of
Suver, visited Sunday at the l-
Harmon mum.-. , n ,
1). W. Niehells and family visit,.. .
relatives Sunday at St. 1 mil.
Mr. and Mrs frank "
and Mrs. Geo. McUupnu
the farmer's picnic at wi '' "
urday and wasnecom."- ... -
fiur lady students ot tne '-"'"";
fnt Normal who visuei. ... -
day at th8 McMinnville home
Mr Arthur Hale transm-"-"
1 ,1a vs last
ness in nrunnu
Mw. John Ley is attains: the Col
lege festivities m Corvallis this week,
, .... thn M. Prather home.
tne RUfMO , r- I An ,
' n v II,-nmn. Mrs. E. J. An" !
derson and the Misses Doeh and IUu
mon were shopping in Albany Tuts-
dRMrs V W. Hatcher returned to her
home in MeMinnvaie '
days visit with fnemis nee.
Edpar Liehty and wife spent Pun
davv,ith friends near Bucll. Oropon
LiMinr Sun
Hav with Mrs. rrather's brother in j
Corvallis. .
Roy Kinghton moved nis ia.m.j -Jefferson
for the summer. He runs
one of the larpe trucks that halls the
i l f,. tVi nio-Viwav.
gravel iui vv -
,r xr A,!,.,.ar.n left for Port-
.urs. i. - . . . ,
land Saturday for a week's visit with
relatives in the Kose enow.
Miss Thelma Moe was called to
Primeville lats week by the sad news
of a cousin being killed,
i p.iKKnna rpturned to Junij
tion'City after a week's stay at the
G. A. Wells home.
H E. Prather and family, Mr. ana
Mrs! Doc Black and MrsM. N. Pra-
i-aA Rnlom Tuesday to see
tner iiiuw'""
the airplanes on their way to Portland.
1 tt "
lVrid'iv Tunc Kit I
1
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I
ft
ni i mi,' r
i ,
III
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1 l.!.rV rri'Miln W l' 'll i lid Pn.
Two lniiHUt'u uk" V 1 m ,r"
, T uiVt-t Silk. Joivoy and Sertre Urefor
W'. u iruul women, including an cxpressship
vounr;! tHM-lv'a from one of fortnn,t NewYol
nu! i ,v.s at most I'xtraorilnnry price coa-
jjfil tti:i 11 InU nnil tk
.,',1.1 in most instani-os were not more than
pnCT. tu-U vah'. This enables us to place or.
V V ',l : , hv- Kriclav .hme UUh the most attrae-
ason.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Tn,,..'ul of marking t-ach Kurmcnt stiaratc at actual
value, we have ileoide.l to arrant uum m r&
groups t
$16.50, $13.75, $24.75, $27.50
Group 1, $16.50
.lruinj: new
Drr
rimmed
Sale Price
Mescaline, TaiTeta Silk, Gabardi:
t's, coat elTect, inllo and ki
si (X) WL'.riil and $25.00 vab
$1G5
r endless variety of
Styles in Dainty Cotton,
r.omWtVs. Crepe d
Wash Silks,
plain and exquisitely
Novelties in
wiiit and all popular
MEW SHADES. From
v,; satisfvine assort-
n.onf pverv taste and
nnna Tnnv be suited.
vnTT'lL FIND THEM
MOST MODERATELY
PRICED. .. "
v . - ,,J
Group 5,
$27.50
New Georgette dresses suitable for
street and afternoon wem, m.....
neatly triinnie.l with beads as inus-
...,.,-1 nls.1 Messaline and Serge
Dresses, some trimmed with braid and
I1 liuttotis.
$:!l.0lt, S41.I") and WJ.atl Pre-scs
Sale Price $27.50
Gruup 2, $18.75
Smart d.vss for street and afternoon wear j
Jc-orm-tte. Messaline, Tricotine, Scrjro, Gatafc
, ,r i c:n. t,.!mniu fw cininiv or eiauoruit
nil I rill t'L.l oUr, iuiiuiiv.li i -.' , .
anl. 1 . , .i.i a';,-,, sn.no. S27.00 and 52&j
as ou tuuiu uv.-..v. .
1 iresses, nan i
M ,,iiiiiii-o in iniMinT-
Group 4, $24.75
i ,.t r.iifivfri'iiK urindp;-
i luirnuiig new iiuw "' VV , Trie
inrlit colors, aiso mt'.Minie, .h , ff),,l
cite and TaHeta new loose panel and cpateffjj
:M.G0, .$:ir.r,() and $37.50 dress, sale price JAh
EDDY & CARBRAY
THE STORE FOR NEW. THINGS
'"C- You can depend JWl
1 ; on the uniorrn, ra&flfijSPlll
high .standard oi li;f ili
- 31 Red Crown gaso- t
L line. Look for the .bZ5
1 Red Crown sign fJ-pyViX
before you fill. jXOOWX
I STANDARD OIL COMPANY 1 '"
uubi in rotM-.,,M miiw i 1 1 rmsfr- jvm
INDEPDENCE residence property
. . in;rm for sale or
in a desiraoie
n.-4-intiH nrnrarLV
trade tor " 0re.
807 f Journal miliums, x
StOR SALE One Bouser Gasoline
pump and undergrounu . -
1JU F ,i V,arrniTl. See
yy ill dcii v
Melntosh.
to lease a farm. Best
Exnenenced m gen
Ul , t.
form mf and SIOCK.. 1V"S
Schoonover, Route o,
lem, Oregon.
Trade your old Piano or urgan ioi
a new Piano or Pianola. Moore &
Walker. ,
FOR SALE slab woou, uw"
.... t j tVK iifv at S4.50 per
to any pa" x j - ,
. . .. ,i rnll . v niinnr ,
cord. Strictly casn. t-"-
J. R. Cooper. 111 ?
FOR SALE lU.uuu mo. x
SbpIch and 8,000 No. 2. Address or
phone E. Clemens Horst Company,
Independence, Oregon
HnwiTT COMMlSSiun w ivn x-,
LANA OKtiijiUJN, aou i ..v.
Will pay following prices on ship
ments received up w aim muuuu
June 12th
Veal,75 to 120,top 20c; Veal 75 to 120
, io. Vool fair to eood, 18c;
meaium, -
Veal, heavy 12 to 18c; Hogs, 100 to
160, top 23 tO ZDtfsC; nuga, i-vv"
heavy 20 to 23c. No commission,
pruiiii'w i
GOO J Ol7 15
cheaper than parts
Oil
-4. T -
M&Vasatine of Quahty
. i tnn,, on nlt.imRt.um
Kusia wiucu
against Roumania, and it will perhaps
."e have occasionally
' ' . known Ma to issue an ultimatum
. - - j riMrrnn Po And she has nearly al-
J. W. DEMICK, (Local Agent) maepenaenc, ed her point.
WHY WORRY AB6UT
vnv -nrtnn lunch on these-
busv days when you can get a
. . . . ,i . nit A r-G Mn!,
ouick meal at tne mun.
- , 1 1 n TVI
street. Luncnes uum "
until 2 p. m. and from .5 p. m. un-
til 12 p. m.
ct C'i i-
tor yctir
T1 ,
"A nnarf nf fill" anv
better than no lubrication.
But why not ask for ZcioV-'.
and know that you arc gettir..'
Correct Lubrication?
Hy cxhaastiv. study ar.d actii"
tests the Standard Oil O.v.p-r;
Board of Lubrication 12-::.':(
Las detenrined the cor
sistency ot Zff--.ene
maKe ot AuternobKe. iiieir itc-
orrar.endatioris j; z available for
yoi.i in the Zcru1'ne Correct Lu
brication Charts. There h a sep
arate chart tor each make of car.
Zerolene is correctly refiner
front selected California crude oil.
It keeps its lubricating body at
cylinder heat, holds compression,
gives perfect protection, to tlx
moving parts and derosits Ita-"
carbon. It is the product of lb
combined resources, experience
and equipment of the Standdrd.
Oil Company.
Get a Correct Lubrication Chart
for your car. At your dealer's or
our nearest station.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(California)
!
ji &aae tot each type ofer,t 7ne
f " ' " f I I i I TrnTir inrnnmw i nn m n
J. W. DEMICK, (Local Agent) Independence, Oregon
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