Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, December 05, 1919, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    THE INDEPENDENCE ENTERPRISE
AS OLD AS THE TOWN.
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nobody
hrrf-
,nJ woman.
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l-Vjlft oMMUn
I.ny the ririf, brother, ,ut don't
enrklo about it.
Friitik Miller ror.imen -ed wink tA
wwk In the (). A. Kramer utore.
If tin Idea ever f nt Into some heads
it would tnk n m-imh w nri'iint to find
It.
A "mnn' limn" aiiprm tut m h k.U
(thirl win u frlml, ISUtmp will help
you.
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Arthur Good unrt wfte, of Osweyo.
Kundnyed with hb peruU Mr, and
Mr. I'nve Good,
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John Gentry, of Cunta. Wiishinir-
ton, won here lt week to attend trie
funeral of John Jt. Cooper.
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A lit tW Tom nn Jerry those cold
nappy morning would rnnke nn old
has-been imnck hit Hp with joy
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Mm, II, L. Thorium delightfully en
tertained the (Mowing last evening
tie wioo.He will appreciate a beau
tiful tie (told at Iiiiihops Imy it now
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Mr. 1), Davidson wan In Salem
milking friend a vilt several days
till W'(')(,
V- Wfi flfe showi)g Coat$
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H.
, ho hve
More than two-third of our boy
Ipuvm itihiiol before the end of the
eiichth irrude.
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Mry.. II. A. Chihln and daujrhter.
V J Clark, are in Salem today
lUllinir on friends nnil dointr a hi.
Mm
lullii
lie nnmma
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shopping
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Lynn Huntley left the first of the
week for San Diego, California.
l)arn Humor nays he went after
wll, you do the guessing.
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At a recent "baby-tcstlnir held In
Salem, In which 65 table were exam
ined, only one scored 100, and five
per cent. Margaret Dunsmore Macy
coring MVi
f f 1
thin city hii future home. He U The city dds will make a protest
i..,.u.r round for a imi farm to Rinunut the pronoaed increase in leie-
IMWBIItH . w . . . - - -
J.uv knd will eniraKe In poultry rain-1 phone rutcii. We alno understand a
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Inn and herrka. . - petition will be circuiaiea in oppoj
i4 tion to any increase in raies.
E. J. Howe, of Laeomb, Alberta,
. l 1 1U 1..t t?.l
for aeveral dydy with hla family and will make
for their nomt
Utt-
a moved th I""0"
4 owned frofe.aoi
.'it Hlch .hmd build
t,t!r inittirtHl the pro-
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. r.wJ rrc ive,! word on
, f father had p"""1
. knmi in Pennsylvania
ii fitil wft" veteran and
more k" came weal
L 1 vtit nd while here
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T..rr nt,ritin ttladitef-
the ru,'!''' wh''"
MU.' r,t the no I hour
'of the w iriter month
t v,i V' -'.rn in
".'. u r;M-ly .il.i't?l
yrie an ! i;'iToity of
wh. h a "hfd.'.y"
jyr th children, fttid
m- d, f . i,- ''
, I wll ': "T
utsgs,."r
t r-t thir h
'f.
re.-et.tion hy the lluena Vbt citl-' Oregon ha a more than 120,000 per-
xrna lust Friday cvHiing which was i'na 01 lureijfn wnn.
a most delightful affair. The Kath- aide to speak the English language,
erlnir M in the W,dmen hall B.00O arc illiterate. Foreign settle
in that village ami the evenimr was ment exiat in eight or more coun-
entirely taken over with variou. d.- ties. fiO,OW boys an-l gins m re
veraitie. and a banquet. They were' Ron never darken the door of a
presented with many valuable pre- chufh or bunnny Know.
,.nt a h t.-ken of appr.miion ni-ia i
by all. ! The annual Folk county School Offi
cer
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r.iimer rauoca oi oeuvue,, woo i,-e
last week.
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Hugh Miler departed last week for
New York.
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You have thought many times a
Mallory Hat at Bishops would look
good on him. You know why.
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Mrs. John Richardson, of Portland
la visitine relatives and friends in
the city this week. She says that
eitv life atrrees with her and liKes
Portland "just fine." bhe will re
turn Sunday. i ! VTt '
Friends received word yesterday of
the seriouB illness of Mrs. Hattie Hen
kle in Portland. She was found un
bv friends and taken Into
the house. The physician pronounced
her illness due to heart trouble.Mrs.
Hankie has been staying with her
daughter Emma who is teaching in
the city schools.
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You Can Depend On
The heavy, serviceable.niix-
tures, velours and silvei
tones, will stand practical
every-tday wear while the
the flaring backs, sometim
es confined by narrow belts
the big "comfy" collars, the
loose cut sleeves, have all
the trimness and comfort
of fall and winter styles.
The sizes are for small, I
medium and large women I jj.
he prices are for small, Ljisr
medium and large purses
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t$20, $25, $30 $35 $40. j
and up
The Mew Fall Sweaters
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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
IIiwtnn'M Market wishes to an
that thev will have installed
'in a few months a new iee machine
n.. V, hfld in the , u..;il ho able to take care of a
- ,nr (jiivi'i w"n ..... v.
Raturdav. i i.. annnlv of meats at all times
The 8 8 n. frnTr; 15th at 10 a. m. Every will be able to serve the public
L-rtliilu"! ttl me n"io , . , . e.(lIl nijtrirt is
:r:r:' :z::; rzz -.w - - -
, , v (onkoy ThU di-egaUi win receive i port ami
f,.r f)u i-om nir vnr. Sirs. i'J " . . . ..... . n
, ; with Mrs Vi' J. viding he attemls during w - -
wa rhoKPii prt-aid,'nt with Mrs. w., c..r..t imoortant topes
C! ,rk wrretary. The tt mtUnR ; seM ion. her impomw I
( l.trk wni.ir. t t. n'will he discussed, among them lne
u.il b h-ld at the home of Ma B. will , j Uw
-l , n the lad es will en- w " " ,
i.n mn '...,.:. ,rv tax naver should under-
Swop'
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v,U rnmint" summer as never servea
1.,-fore. We also want to mann i"
ople
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Anv reliable families wishing thir
ty davs accounts will be gladly ac-
ct'pU'
Sweaters of the right kind the styles women are
looking for, models of from the heavy plain knit
weaves to those of fibre silk. Styles with belts
and sailor collars, also slip-on sweaters with or
without sleeves.
Respectfully,
HUSTON'S MARKET
The New Reliable."
aBUCJiM"n
EDDY &
CARBRAY
DRY GOODS ANP SHOES.
AMERICAN RED CROSS
all IF.
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9j.1AvA(BK4m FlltLY tDVEKTBING 18 SUGGES l 1 VLHAPPY NEW VEARVjg
MP'S Sov "V""''Ila - - - - 1
rican Silk Slurts
Do It Now
lift
HEY r.n,m. ?n nn nmnZinff COlTlbill-
jon of color, the blending 01
ese are very pleasing w
nu iiuiucuiatiay 1
the wonderful values offered ou
t-SlDES stripes and iigures, lui-
4 roiHi colors in delicate mu,
'HEY v r.n suit all pur-
sand are just the garment oi
(jut-xi in ntjuii ui t-
1nplete. HAVE you purchased
'5urs yet?
nnro AGINATION IS THE
inpAvas ever invented than
THIS
Via vp been thinking
WHILE you have bee
about your need., and ha cmcs
UCShantheaVerage
L,.snn realizes.
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nisHOP has .forrwhinc
times the fJZle in style, and
that is up to he nn w be
you satisfaction.
i?-f hous eand
oti'Ofr'l'S V1s today?
e neaii-ii
sure
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ivvilAl. MF.KTING
Jli'l' i. M- M-M
OF THE SHAREHOLUKKS
mhttpf. is herebv eiven that the
annual meeting of the Stockholders
of the Farmers' State Bank win De
held on the second Tuesday m Janu
ary (January 13th, 1920) between
the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. at
the bank, for the purpose of select
ing a board of directors and the trans
action of such other business as may
come before the meeting,
CHAS. IRVINE, Cashier.
Dated this 7th day of December,
1919.
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ANNUAL MEETING
OF THE SHAREHOLDERS
' NOTICE is given tha the annual
! meeting of the Sockholders of the
1 'Rank will be
inaepenut:m:e
' t.u the, second Tuesday in
Nce U heby itat the u; tay fj-r
Hprsisned has been duly appointea
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Executor of the estate oi jonn v..
Cooper, deceased, by the County
Court of the State of Oregon for Polk
has Qualified. All per
sons having claims against the said
4.. horpViv notified to present
the same duly verified, together with ; 1919
the proper vouchers therefor, to tne
undersigned executor at his residence
in the city of Independence in said
county within six months from the
date of this notice.
Dated and first published Decem
ber 5, 1919. PEARL C. COOi'i.K,
Executor of the estate of John R.
Cooper, deceased.
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CHICAGO MAN NEW
SENATE SECRETARY
between the hours of 10 a. m. and 4
D. m. at the bank, for the purpose of
w'ting. a board of directors and the
transaction of such other business as
may come before the meeting.
IRA MIX, Cashier.
Dated this 7th day of December,
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-T, FOR THE SAME MONEY."
: vaiito Bfci"
E ARE ALWAYS READY TO H ..i Polk county a Patron.
Every --"m0m'mm'
Mm Mm store
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aster
rown
store
Oeerge A- tkUMtorson O
ee.39 U tbe nev eeretary f th
United Stttes senate. He to
preduate ot the U. S. Nval Aoa4
iray but until recently has fol
lowed oivil and mining enghiwr
tns. He wm born t Hamilton, K
.125N. COMMERCIAL.
A Real Shoe
Tor Every
Member
of f5h&
Family
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SAELM,