Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, April 30, 1920, Image 5

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i'lil of the 'rle:in iit .lay. A ('....kill fooil sale
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A Practical Farm
Machine
TH AT International kerosene tractors
are practical farm machines has been
demonstrated beyond doubt by the records of
Internationa! tractors on thousands of American
farms for the last fourteen years. Not only are
they dependable, but as compared with gasoline
driven tractors of the same rated horse power they
iiiw a clear saving of from 50 to 60 per cent on
cost of fuel used.
International 8-16 Kerosene Tractor
This strong, light-weight tractor is especially
adapted for the average farm. In the field, on the
road or at the belt it busies itself getting work out
of the way in record time.
To be sure your farm work is kept up-to-the-minute
and to guard against costly delays place
your order now for an International. Think of
the scores of jobs it can do for you at a satisfying
saving in time and labor how well they will be
done and at what little expense. Your tractor can
be delivered when you want it if you place your
order soon.
. D. HI BBS & CO. 1
Fine Values in Women's
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Hhi'ii you buy anything, you ought to
willing to pay at least what it cost to
odiK-e it; plus a margin of profit to
;e merchant who has brought the nur
fiumdisc to you; where you can see it,
xamine it, try it on, decide that its
'hat you want.
The Service rendered bv the maker
jnd the merehant are a nnrt of what
(,u pav for: vou otiLrht to nnv for it wil-
lnK'y. If that service were'not render
$1 there wouldn't bo nnv mcrrhnndise
i'c for ou to buy. '
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,s; voniis comes out of the
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Miss Wilson, a school teacher at
Airlie, was a week-end visitor at the
'home of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Hanson.
I Mrs. H. A. Childs returned home
' Wednesday after a week most pleas
lantly spent with her daughter at Dal
las.
Miss Gladys Childs has been re-elected
by the school board of Salem to
teach for the year 1921 at an advance
in her salary of $25.00 per month
more. ' '
H. A. Graham and wife, of Canby,
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs
. J. Clark. Mr. Graham was form
erly engaged in the drug business here
but it now interested in a bank at
Cnnby.
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 values 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 31ST
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ITHEY COST ENOUGH TO BE GOOD CLOTHES; ALLWOOL
.PERFECTLY TAILORED SMARTLY STYLED THEY RE THE
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1 best Talking Machines,
j Have just been added to
j our line of musical ma-
chines
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i YOU SHOULD HEAR THE CHENEY, NOTED
FOR ITS PERFECT TONES AND HIGH CLASS
i 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
j AGAINST EXPENSIVE REPAIR BILLS.
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YOU DO NOT TAKE A CHANCE TO
LOSE IF YOU PURCHASE HERE
C. P. BISHOP, Prop.
Saicm COoolen DUills Store
"Every Family in Marion and Polk Counties a Patron."
1 FOR SALE VERY CHEAP. WE WILL TAKE YOUR OLD MACHINE IN
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340 COURT STREET
SALEM, OREGON.
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