Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, February 27, 1920, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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THE INDEPENDENCE ENTERPRISE
PAGE EIGHT
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Tricotine and Serge Suits cleverly cut and tailored
with exacting workmanship are here for your inspection.
Even more narrow leather belts, high waist lin
, fancy gilets, braid binding and other small chang
es are noticed, although the suits are extremely
plain as a rule.
SPORT COATS ARE SHORT AND HAVE
IMMENCE "PEP."
Made of tan polo cloth and a new furze-like
tweed, both of them warm and soft to the ouch.
Ladies Suits $24.50 to $55.00
Ladies' Coats $20.00 to $60.00
0ur prices Always the Lowest
miT vnrm .murv -vf wnokr IM THF. FXTFNS1 ONS AND IMPROVEMENTS OF MOIIMt
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STATES POWER COMPANY. LET IT EARN A GOOD RETURN FOR YOU, PAID PR0MP
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PATE IN THE WAGES WHICH IT IS NECESSARY FOR US TO PAY ON THE CAPITAL EMPlj
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INSTEAD OF SECURING THE MONEY FOR OUR 1920 CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM FROM 0
SIDE SOURCES WE ARE GIVING OUR CUST0-MERS THE OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST
RECT IN PROPERTY WHICH THEY CAN INSPECT AT ANY TIME.
YOUR MONEY WILL STAY HOME AND THE INTEREST IT EARNS FOR YOU LIKEWISE d
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ervice Vital to Progress
Gale & Co.
THE services rendered by this Company aro vitally
important to progress and development to com
fort and prosperity.
THESE services are in ever-growing demand. Your
interests and ours are mutual. We should be fin
ancial partners as well as partners in community
advancement.
THE place to invest your money is wereh you can
watch it where it will earn a good return for yon
regularly paid.
OUR Partial I ayment Plan makes it possible
everyone to become an investor in this Conipar.
1 1 means that it you can save a tew dollars ami
you can put the Company to work for you.
Ptlfl' llAt ! I t)t' !. ...ir.' '...4 i i . .
r i r. i)KfiAj.i. i.s suuinem 10 sian yourm
sharing account. Then save a few dollars air.
and you will soon acquire an attractive invest:
secuntv.
SALEM, ....
Com'cial and Court Sts.
.... OREGON.
.Formerly Chicago Store
Call at Our Office or Use the Coupon
"I Don't Need to Tell You"
says the Good Judge
Why so many men are
going to the small chew of
this good tobacco.
You get real tobacco sat- ;
isfaction out of this small
chew. The rich taste
lasts and lasts. You don't
need a fresh chew so
often. Any man who uses
the Real Tobacco Chew
will tell you that.
Put Up In Two Styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
Mountain States
Power Company
BYLLESBY ENGINEERING & MAN
AGEMENT CORPORATION
Engineers and Managers
H. M. BYLLESBY & COMPANY
Fiscal Agents
Inquiry Coupon
192
Mountain States Power Co.
I lease send inu complete informal
regarding your investment ottering.'
Name . .
Address
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Business Address
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OREGON NORMAL NOTES
The official announcements for the
Summer School are ready for distri-
DAY OLD CHICKS for sale from 0.T J11
A. C. S. C. White Leghorns; also h,ye"' begin"'nf Ju,ne
from Petalmna S. C. White Leg-'21! Th?, firSt day Wl11 be de-
homs mated to Tancard Cockerels. J .cni:t,11Tment an'J c asses wiU
R. E. Duganne, Phone 4421. 2m be T''T 2f; T
SEED AND TABLE Potatoes f or , instructors an( win 0er
sale M. F. HOYSER, East Inde- all the c0Urse8 offere( durinP fc re
endence- 2t'ar seBItion
FOR SALE One Brown Horse about. In addition, courses in special meth
1100 pounds, sound and true will'ods will be offered: (a) In the differ
work anywhere. For immediate lent subjects for all grades from 1 to
sale $75.00 Also one Buckskin ;8 inclusive; (b) For rural schools; (c)
Mare about 1000 pounds, will work For principals and superintendentsJn
anywhere and is a good cow pony 7 'the elementary teachers' training
years old $35.00. See E. C. Pol-jcoursa all the subjects required by
lan, Monmouth, Oregon. law for such .mir-ao -ariii h
VUiuii-y iv sen witr u.ui ij i-' .uv- - . .4 MD iyUi.
T AOT A ' ' A r ..II
TOR TRUCKS AND TRACTORS. ; wi a o i aum lire on theMany prominent people will give
Address Box 188 Independence, Ore! rjver road south of NIndependence I special lectures during the season.In
gon, it i finder will please leave at this of-Idications point to a large successful
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TW ZUJjZn you NEED NURSERY STOCK.! President Ackerma, hM
THREE YEAR old Prune Trees for
Sale. S. E. Irvine. 2t
"WANTED to buy, good team horses,
weigh 1200 to 1300, also work har-1
ness. F. O'Rourke, General Deliv- j
ry. It
"WANTED: A live agent for Polk I
County to sell the UNITED MO
See M,
Oregon.
old, weight 1200 pounds.
W. Mix, Independence,
Price $100.00. !
FOR SALE A Brown mare weight)
about 1600 pounds; sound and true, I
age 10-years. This is the best buy;
in horses to be had. See Mr. Stidd
at the Ace Garage.
FOR SALE Hop Roots. Price 515
per thousand. Samples can be
seen at the Independence Enter
prise office, where orders will be
taken also.
SPUDS FOR SALE American Won
FOR SPRING PLANTING, try
ours. We have a limited surplus
in Italians in 4-6 and 3-4 foot
grades. Loganberry tips otker
varieties of Fruit and Ornamental
Trea,s. Small Fruits and Roses
uninjured by the December freeze.
Place your order early. SALEM
NURSERY COMPANY, 1030 Che-
meketa street, Salem, Oregon.
Salesmen "Wanted . 4t
FOR SALE Bailed Cheat Hav.TmV
$21.00 per ton in barn. Call or
phone Farm 3012. 8t
der Early Seed Potatoes. J. C. t-dttxttj- ..-h -.j. . J
n n , ilkU1,lli win noi cpnt or cracK,
Collins, or Phone Farm 524. Im Moore & Walker.
an invitation to speak this week in a
local teachers' meeting at Mountain
View. This meeting is under the di
rection of Sperintendent Cannon of
Benton county.
Work was resumed in the Mon
mouth Training School on Tuesday.
alter the school had heen closed one
week on account of influenza.
There have been no new cases of
influenza among the students for two
weeks. Practically all who were ill
have recovered and returned to work.
Miss Edna Mills, Head of the De
partment of Household Economics,
has been given a leave of absence for
the remainder of the term on account
of ill health. Miss Evangeline 1'olcy
of O. A. C. i.s substituting for her.
I Tllt- members of the faculty were
dinner guests of the Misses Todd,.
! The students have been most enthu
siastic in the observance of the Na
tional Week of Song, February 22 to
29. All America is singing this week
and it is pleasant to have even a small
,'part in this music "of the doodIp. hv
the people and for the people." A de 1
aiie'l program of songs for the chap
id hour each day was planned. Miss
jStalley introduced the work for the
jweek on Monday morning by giving a
history of the movement, its aims
land benefits, and spoke of the inspira
jtion in feeling that the Oregon Norm
ial is singing the same songs at the
jsarne time as all other schools, organ
ligations and communities in the Uni
jted States. Miss Ruth Brown hand
led the music program devoted to Am
lorican folk 8ongs( giving interesting
facts about each. Miss Marv Wilson
took charge on Tuesday and the school
sang the beautiful popular songs of
other nations. She invested each
song with a new interest by giving a
: brief history of it. Wednesday such
I songs as are used in "community
j sings" were taken up. On Thursday
j Miss Booth enthusiastically prepared
,the way for the group of college
j songs chosen for the day, which were
'sung with good spirit. Friday morn
jing the "Pilgrims' Chorus" by Wag
I new, "Send Out Thy Light" by Gou
jnot, Handel's "Largo," and the "Sol
diers' Chorus" from Faust were sung
Miss Hargreaves made explanatory
remarks concerning them. The or
chestra ably assisteT earn morning.
The public is invited to join in the
community singing before the mo
tion picture which is to be given this
YOU WILL FIND IN YOLK
City - Meati - MarkJ
Lrrfv2iIi!vA,TS EQUAL T0 ANY MARKET IN A LARGE ClT
CONSLSIIXG OF THE FINEST MEATS OBTAINABLE, j
THE CITY MEAT MARKEl
Main street.
Independence, Oi
ANNOUNCEMENT
In a short time I w i tZ 1 7 J bU9ineSS- r
Grinding and 5?
Independence Machine Shop
and Iron Works
GEORGE WOOD, PROPRIETOR
week.
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