Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, February 20, 1920, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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WE ARE READY TO SHOW YOU HOW THIS CAR
COMPARES VERY FAVORABLY WITH MANY
MUCH HIGHER PRICED SIX CYLINDER CARS.
BEAUTIFUL, DESIGN, ROOMY EASY RIDING, BFUU SPEEDY
ECONOMICAL AND DURABLE, AND IN THE SAME CLAbb
THE FOUR CYLINDER CARS WE HAVE THE
MAXWELL
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Don't overlook this woncleriuJ ugnx ur-j
AND of them now in use
Nash
1 and 2 Ton
THE BEST EVER LOCXC THEM OVER
SATISFACTION.
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W. G. BERRY,
City - Meat - Market
(Successors to Dickson Meat Marka: )
MILLER & SMITH, PROPRIETORS
We will carry a full fine, of the very best meats
Independence is our home and we are here o stay.
Call and ask for Prices.
THE CITY ;1 EAT MARKET
Main street. Independence, -Ore
Told by the Bank Book
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN
PO your valuable papers ever mys
teriously disappear and occasion
your inconvenience or actual lo; s ?
Well don't you think it unwise to l-n
your Bonds, Insurance Poljcies. Deeds
Motes or Mortgages around the
hou?e vhen you can rent one
these Safe Deposit Boxes here at the
Fa: mars State Bank for a nominal
sum ?
5 " .'-'t forget that papers
as !mi'-h ::f-sr tardin
sometime
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C. W. IK VINE,
J. B. PARKER,
C. G. IRVINE,
gle:-t smith
I'resident.
Vice- Pres
Cashier
Assi:--t-Oashier
FARMERS
STATE BANK
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Oregon
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Maxwell
1 1-2 Ton
SERVICE,
QUALITY,-
Manager Independence, Ore.
THE PITH OF IT
I Present W.lson. In tmrVi'tig tit
I tlfb cost of lining, said:
j "Only by lacreMtnj; prrductlAo and
by rinSd :iy .:,-'. g the
j people ran ve ',o ; .' r "rtre lewaaa
in the burdensome cojt of Cvlns; wfilth
I now weighs ha iovii."
j rpit the fct that the Department
of .Iustl is scurrying about lavesti
! gating high prices and throwing profit
eers in Jail, the frcmlrient's core for
hlRh prices is tfre onlx one. He hai
with hlrn In bis opinion the tart eco
nomlpts In America and Europe. It It
mout elementary economics that ai
long as t publUs persists In Its spend
ing "Jag." buying unneceartee and
faatpnine upoa Industry a demand foi
O
mor 'ban ludustry can produce, ex-1
orbltant prices will prerall. j
Thr Is only one way out. That It I
the President's way. The people have
got to av. In order to save they
must do without high priced luxuries
and live Biinply. 'jhey must Invest
their saving that the means of more
and Ereater production may be accumu
lated. (
Econu -ta Vniv tbat the Treasury
Department is doing more than th
Departrueat of Justice Is to bring dowD
prlcea. Toe lowly Thrift Stamp and
War Savings Stamp Is the weapon.
Buy them and hold them Put them
first on the family budget. Tbey bring
4 per cent interest compounded every
three months. Get the habit of buying
them every pay day. They will solve
your high cost of living problem.
W. ft
"Les dress and less pomp" is the
slogan of Mrs. Bowen Schumaehher,
of Chicago. Les pomp is all right
but less dress will not do at all.That
limit has been reached.
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Even the fattest have a skeleton
linsiflc.
How's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine haa been token
by catarrh sufferers for the pant thirty
five years, and has become knnwn as the
most reliable remedy for Catarrh. H i i'a
j Catarrh Medicin? acta thru the moot Jon
I the Mucous surlaceH, expt-llin? the I'ni-
son from the Blood and healing the dia
j wsed portions.
After you have t alien Hall's Catarrh
I Medicine fur a short time you v ill s.-c .-i
preat improvement ifi vour Kfru-nil
! health .tlart tnkin'f ITnll'H f'ntarrh Mi-dl-,
cine at onet? anfl ie! ritl t.f catarrh. Send
for testimonials-, free.
! R J. CHKNKY & cr Toledo, Ohio.
I Sold by all Drugci '- ' .,
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GET RID OF
STUMPS NOW
POWDER
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NO HEADACHES
XO UtEEZING
NO THAWING
SAFE TO HANDLE'
Black Blasting Powder, Caps
Fusees
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HauserBros. !
Salem, Albany, Eugene, an.
Corvallis.
SERVICE OUR PRIDE
L. E. HAS ELTON, Local
Agent.
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crease the ood,
wholesome flavor
of the Kentucky
Burlcy tobacco.
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IS IT NOT ABOUT TIME THAT
YOU SHOULD BUY THAT EX
TRA PAIR OF TROUSERS?WE
ARE NOW SHOWING A LARGE
LINE OF EXTRA TROUSERS
IN SIZES W TO 52, COLORS,
GREEN HROWN, SLATE.HLUE
SERGE, GRAY
Price $4.00
to $15.00
YOUDON'T take a chance
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"Every Family in Marion
What
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to lose, if you purchase here
Rlooleii mils
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and Polk Counties
a Patron."
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