Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, April 23, 1920, Image 5

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    THE INDEPENDENCE ENTERPRISE
AS OLD AS THE TOWN.
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Stint llittmn was
Tuesday on business.
I'ortlatirid
;. W, Jrvlrii, WUM iesUr-atiii
"IwtM of Portland Wednesday.
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Kl.vtrlciiy.
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blued While
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I 1!. I'. HnlllM'tM (if Sllll'lll VH in
town Tuesday on husihct. i,ri ,(.,,.
.lire,
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Mmlanion. l!iiNcut mill Diekson
ur in SultMii .Sunday taking in (.
movies.
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AiiifiiKt Jl.x.kinH,,.),,, formerly
"inlyi'. employed hy UlH KUiilMPd
Oil ' '-rriimny, i i. to b ,, H,u.
with pneumonia t l,jH hono j
Hiilcui,
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ii-ri'.
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,, Portland
several ly
Went. Id
upend I he week cud
lr, Htuipp, re
ft!..!
wife,
Mm. W. J-
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i" Tiinn Welti in
if r .. "ii" "i IM.
ha
In
for
Mrs. Snnpp
ttnttmly 1o
wilh her liuxliitiiit,
tiiriilnf Muniliiy,
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Mm. Jaino Collin, who cm- !i,,Hf,
pioy.Mi ny tlm l'MrlKv Cremery hi
' "iimny in rortlainl, wan home for
a Sunday viait.
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! '' ' ""N" wim In DhIIiih Monday
Tilli.nmok ;!" f'" ,,iH ,'"'"'rM "r ' nornlmi-
; coiiiay surveyor on Hid Re-
i l""'in ticket, lit- ,ilH
tun.
tUt OppOHi-
ri'
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HH lllilniii for
repicnentative,
I'-wiiiK in that
a Inrjfi. vote.
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M:-t!,rT Ih in
Uiin week j.n-Hcntiiijf
t office of joint
Jlo Iiuh a large fol
county ftrnl will jMH
f'. V. Irvine and !. K. FMiIht
chaperoned n l.un. h f kid to HnU-m
Sunday, where they wilnened the
jitur how At the OnKon
tro, "Hurkl.d.erry Finn."
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A. (Jreen of .Salem, who Hcvcral
wckn ko nold hiM furm north of
Thea- ! ''"" W1" I" town Monday Ki;ttiriK
hi nffuirK mljmM. He ay that
riui'iii ii uro jfrowinj; ami
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that
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in tl Kni'priw.
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ln.Sh l . ... .Wrty for n-ntul purpoH-H i, hard
iU 'I 11 i it rvvii i vfHii"rH AHHOTIAI on la 111!
ill,,,,. Mm u.i In ronjunclii.il with the lunlncM
mo. sn-n am.mhm ion, will net Mid.. I ri- What wmithf on,. lfnv V,
tJ (lyt A,,rl nth, kk h day for plimt- t...l ut mont t.r..min.nti.. v.
,iiM t.u-iiit-M iin.I !'" "hruM'Ty. trwn nm innklnir HiiptUl tnixi-r Innt Frhluy thut you
I.M to """" ,,,Bl 'u"1"' "'"' w7 It win. nothing hut the alwenr
KmuiHiH. 1'inniT win i.o nerval bv of inrrnw ..f,,l
Oregon hops one plunk think of
it?
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I'mfMHor Collin wan in Portland
Saturday (,n htmincHH.
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JWt forget your duty to uupport
th Chuutnujim to JU held in Inde
pendence the hint week in May
ttj '
K. and Mary T.. liurrrouL'hM ,lil
their 200 acre ranch nouth of town
the fimt of the week. The considera
tion wan over Jflll tu.r .,.-,.
e
pffinlmim and
wu h laughter and
ti.ivinir l-
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hit (II 1 I'" " "I- . . ., . . ' I
. . .!tne Indie and the evrnt Ik l.u,k.,l ' ..r, ti
imwnilnir ?" In j ",rwnr" l" Wlln '" I'lcanuro hy mirth d K;,dneN and joy, from
i Thev ny llicyi""' 'heifiiminir end, and there wunn't
"in- N-rfiii nun oarea 10 Keep a
Monmouth I. promiiod a new f ra- rma I,. When the folkn were not
ternnl orjfanlatlon nhortly, lh.. Hut-.tlnR they were lauKhinK nd when
Imii llniilt.rii U'liirk l t Mvi.,.f.f .iMI li . . .
! ' " ""juicy were nm iauKnm( they were
4 - ' - --w- -.i.inK. ( ,hi wn m piemy. i ne
i.r ,.f Mr. i.!.ll,,, ""'"'' thereof u, charter tallies werj laden with the hest and
f' I 1 Tl... II........ It. ......... t . ! . .. -
of M.nm..uth, h i' '-"" ienev i when ol.l timn U. C. I peeped thru
n. ijrpi".n l,mt "li"ry lire la loo Ky and Tea- j t h door and aaw the proKperity
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of the r. S. army!" i""" " enmp in ,,n, i,(Mlnty or the tables and the
uie trenerai femiency. niaek crene ,.,Mk n h f.,iir' , v,,.,i
They y
J ar t!i i u,'t "f
,,''iid divn-UM- take
. 4-t hiK'h priee of
1
tment
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ift-njiir,
Jit Wer'
,: iiiit mi'l after
Ir.
i'.e war
f, -ervi. e
the nu.V.
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n p
He
ueei'i'diru' to
Hut.
with
n lit-
'-eivci!
f i lip -
ha- pnte
I! inntimie
ami evrrirrern wrwtn will ronnlltule t.eart failure and died and hi fun
tho r tjttlln of the new o.lk'e; the mas-,,-ral wan held then and there. The
ttr thereof willhe neated in taU' dur-j pronim wan u yjM one from the
, inif the netotm on a cake of Ire and j .eyiniiiiir to the end. W. en the
!.ne of I h official I an official tear evening wan di.ne all Krt ed that
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nig runuMiinn dorq numne n win m(. nnxern oiihl to lie held more
in '"-ne on of Mr. and Mrs.
lame Hanna of Portland, who has
been nuito ill for aevernl mr.nt,. I
nald to be alowlv ininrovino.
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W, G, Grant and wife are perma
nent resident here aain, having re
turned WedneBday after a Bojourn in
Tenneseo of neveral month on ac
count of Mr. Grant'a health, . Our
readers will be Klad to know that he
in greatly improved and will alao be
pleased to have these catimable pco
pie among u again.
Over Twice as
Many to Educate
But Only Half las
Much Money to
Educate Wiih
That is why the Oregon Agricultural
College, the State University, and the
Normal Schoo. cannot maintain them
selves on the old basis. In 1913 they
Had Only 2250
Students, but they
Now Have 5400
Fine Values in Women's
Mew
Coats and
Suits
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l e to relieve
u rnointure.
hi fellow of uperflu-
often. Thi will
y.ur eyes peeled
he granted. Keep j $tU U Gfl tS
for the
next one.
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"What's
Price?
I hi addition, their income in 1913 had
j twice the buying power of their in
come in 1920, due to the world-wide
rise in costs over which of course they
ould have no control.
The foregoing is one of many equally
good reasons why you should vote for
the Higher Edueatinjil relief bill at
the election on M v 21. Save the
uility of higher e lucation in Oregon
and give YOL'K Loy and girl, and
YOUR Nki;HRORS. their rightful
educational heritage.
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t-i pay at lea i v
;a- ii; plus a margin
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:usc at v u
in; it, try
vuu wan'
;,n thin z, yn'i nviY in
al"h'a i whM it u. t tu
of pro'i. to
MKT
where you can see it,
in Jul;; brouuht tin
it on, decide that it
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li-ivd
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S- t'.e maker
. ii'irt of what
for it wil-
render
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'if
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' r.'iARr.K FOR
A.: !.KLY "FAIR"
: TO HOT 1 1 OF UK
TO MAKE A FAIR
. OUR PROFIT" fOM
Hi: MONEY YOU PAY
uir:s out of niE
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Paid advertisement inserted by Colin
Dyment in behalf of the Joint Alumni
Relief Commitfee by Higher Education
in Oregon, 51 Pittock Plock, Portland
We want you to take this statement in the broadest
sense, because here indeed are unusually good va
lues in women's coats. The kind of alues that
make you realize that you are getting full 100 sat
isfaction for every dollar spent. Not alone are the
materials of superior quality but the workmanship
phasized the care in the making. Styles are of the
latest moment, thereby assuring you the longest pos
sible service. Quite often we are told by diligent
customers that ours is the most interesting stock of
coats they have seen this season. "Your moderate
ly priced coats are simply wonderful. They show
more and better styles than we have seen anywhere.
For instance here are coats with new manner of
ripple flare, new belts and new collars. Collors in
clude the striking beautiful high and subdued shades
introduced for this spring.
$12,50,$17.5O,$25
$30 to $75
Eddy & Carbray
INDEPENDENCE CHAUTAUGUA DATES MAY 27TH TO MAY 3 1ST
Ckevw
P!famgrapks . . j
"""""iiwm mitmi.il. : V v.-
Ilnrl S tutrrii. i X M:ir
Considered ihe world's
best Talking Machines
Have just been added to
our line of musical machines
YOU SHOULD HEAR THE CHENEY, NOTED
FOR ITS PERFECT TONES AND HIGH CLASS
CABINET WORK OF EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS
MOTORS OF THE CHENEY ARE GUARAN
TEED FOR THE LIFE OF THE MACHINE
THIS IS A BIG ADVANCE OVER WHAT OTH
ER MAKES ARE GIVING AND INSURES YOU
AGAINST EXPENSIVE REPAIR BILLS.
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WKttS I! SEVERAL USED PliONOGRAHS
ENOUGH TO lit: GOOD CLOTHLSjALLWOOL
TAimprn lAirn.Y STYLED. TMhY Kfc. IHL
YOU; THAT'S WHY WE SELL THEM.
OU iG TJOT TAKE A CHANCE TO
O' i: IF YOU PURClIAiE HLRK
r
r timmiK Prop.
FOR SALE VERY CHEAP. WE WILL TAKE YOUR OLD MACHINE IN
CHANGE FOR A NEW ONE.
I HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW ELECTRIC SWEEPER-VAC? IT SWEEPS
AND BEATS WITH NO WHINING OR WHEEZING. LET US DEMON
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BooBesi Ills
;ivcry r uiily i Marion and Polk Counties a Patron.
Hamilton
t 340 COURT STREET
SALEM, OREGON.
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