Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, June 25, 1920, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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1 -- INUEPKNlWNi ENTERPRISE
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OREGON AFFAIRS
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InatalM at a coHt of $250,000. The
Timt Umber to m, thmno-K i. at,-. i.
UHUUUl IV Jul 1
fehalein. Tualatin watershed.
,wlft f,, h,mlf fon.edtob whon
H",aha eiitarta n at ' .
turpentine and
Ih. July -rU,rr1 0erti" cU of Mm.
nrnv M n.. tk. -ii . . .
Portland-Much after th, fMhion
railliutln tr mania ai. t . .
on.nwi.
M " UIII&tH.. L...
rn Jurpenline company has -"""' lea, sugar wafers
e.thtrlnjf PiUh from fir eundjuthw'f: : ,, . at hav """
action and ha beirun nnui m lh Mt A local factor hu
turtuntin. ' Jut lnaUlle.1 . blif m, ,In-
vhiii, avesSfS hava n " " "tku-
... . -li'vVy molds the ,tt-r nn
a - t VI IM I Lnni Af ftlm. VIIKiaVCU
f "V . In the vuiy Umr nn,ML. ,k Pte and bakes It i .T..t
- 4 i - .. ' mi noict bore n ejii.. i i . " "u"i
Mechanics Maga- . ,k1M. .... Mn tha cookie. Th- ...
C Improve .qulpmant',,, ,,,, Chlne w" London,
that atcam may d curin- th tunntin. .ii..i, ..
: " t.i holler In 2 w ov .mm , ..., .... . ' " romand
i from a ,
i to ahttt o"' M
6" " . ' .tr la food for
anal ll L "
W. . .rtlcla
: PaDular
...n.. th 1
"' . ... .team imt vi ....i.. u i . " I
oU boiler in ZUjo ov h(U( Wtj foun(, h - . , omand- Twenty I
,y tomlnc rrttch. Ulaam could U obtalnj Z & tT' d""
,nl run a mil altar frowth ow fJr ,rom m n tha larger cltle. of
" . ii- Tha contlnuowi
f,r ! ... (n.i.U and 8-4
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AfSTATETBAN8KERS.
artment store
Die United
paid Portland
herd, which recently arrived, la to be
made perfectly at home, for it In to
have a Swisa keeper. The Hazel
wood creamery has brought the ani
mal a here and placed them on a
ranch at Lakeside. An investment
of $15,000 is represented by the new
arrangements for the making of
Swiss cheese.
Terrebonne What old settlers
thought was chalk and what sugar, re
finers knew to be diatomaceoua earth
is being taken from tha Western Dla
tomite company's mine at Lower
Bridge in such quantities that ware
houses here are unable to accommo
date it and erection of a new one is
to be begun within a few dare. Die-
Lwk ending Jun. 1. M0
tTEKU Crern to J M. F.r.ey
Lt, . .ml 7 in I-""
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f?tl. ttn.l n J.
" Pw Portland a tomite is valued as a naint and rub-
rortland-Loga from man we" umU ot 'Mr filler and as an insulatin ma-
aeetlona of the .Ute .re to go ov.r mmerce.
the great log booming plant beinj phi..i tTT . .
rv nm wt tee a uir wwu IS yivuaivi V
re now upplyinr com soon from lh former holdintrfl
l A t . I
Northwest, are lin fii Jw 1 lht mAteriai for of the Hammond Lumber company In
--p SI " " 1 ItT-tTHfl
The Clatsop county, which has just been
-Jcompleted on the WUUmetu ..oua tZXn
. 'any rivera in the Northwest, an l-ln b-.! i. 1 .
purchased by the Crown-Willamette
Paper company. The price Is known
to range between $1,000,000 and
$2,000,000.
a local manufacturing plant, which
has 128 men in the woods at the pres
ent time. J
Astoria Logging operations in
volving expenditure of over $1,500,-
000 in the development of a tract of
600,000,000 feet of timber in Clatsop jtion.
county have started by the Sadd.c
Mountain Logging company.
Bend Gtangera from all over Ore
gon found themselves eating off of
peculiar plates at -an outdoor banquet
given them heie during their conven-
One of the local mills had sup
plied thin atrips of white pine for the
purpose, while another cut up other
slabs into clever menu boards.
Salem Spinach to tempt the pal
ate of the Upper Mississippi ralley
dweller ia to be the first of the spring
run to go out of the King's Products
plant here,
Portland Western red cedar shin
gles from Oregon are shipped to every
state in the union, a report prepared
bv the district forester shows. Calr-
r"j - r a ,
Ing to handle $2,000,000 worth of
hydrated fruits and vegetables this
season. The company is reorganiz
ing and ia being financed by local
people If aufficient stock ia sold con
struction will begin on a new cold
storage plant badly needed here.
Eugene Excelsior made from balm
wood is now being cut extensively for
fornia is the heaviest buyer. About
eight per cent of the total amount of
the product goes to the southern
states.'
Grants Pass To effect a greater
saving in gold being takes, from
Bridge creek in Josephine county, an
electrically operaied gold saving ma
chine is to be installed.
DOLL UP, CLEAN UP, DRESS UP FOR THE FOURTH. BUY A SUIT AT
Li. T.9
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ut t A. I- 4u.
.S U. C W., w. A.,
A. Titus trt
T,i.,i el UX I" R
11.
T . I rn '1(1
.. ... ,t, i.ntnarriiMt. to
acres c. i"
jd g W. w. l . IJww.w.
.. .ti..i.t rt vir etl to ,
f land in T. 7 S. It. S
V i looo.no.
!r Jloffitt.
-Mt et vir
L t i w w.
1 1 iyWl unmsrrini,
, J ku n Kickreall w. d., ;
Rnmr rt ut to Kiltie Kerb
t K,!f of S. K. quarter f S.
I s R 6 W. w, a.. $1.00.
jr-4 A. D..hir rt vir to Sid-!
iktagleurry rl u land in Imp.
4 add. to Isllas. W. d.. 1 10.00.
t Dill el ut iu S. L. Huell et i
W in Muni. lurry's add, to
i City. w. J . w
. R Kirh. widow, to
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Un.l i" Pallas w. h..
widower, to Ihrr-H.'-'-i
acres Sec. 9
l $.V.IM).W.
M. C.
foo.
R. Pouthwiik rt u to 0car K.
rfMlsnd in S.-c. 19 T. 7 S. It. 3
L-wi V. DurlinK et hd. to E. h.
i-fun land in Pnlln Und A Imp.
A add. w. d., $ l.'.o.(Kj.
'mu E. NuMM'inaker et UX to
Jyh Brir lot 2. Wk 17. King
p Park w. d . JU' tW.
f.)on( U-hgi-li-. ningle, to II. II
et ux 0i.72 ac re. Sec. 14 T.
g. 4 W. w. d , $10.00.
1 B. Hill et ux to K. K. Hill lnd
fl'allas w. d.. $10 M.
irt S. Thompson et ux to Jultufli
et ux I3ri, anvs T. S. U. 4.
t. 1. $10.00.
ter Sfhrril.fr rt ux to Henry
ffk lot 11 in !!lk. .1, Sheridan
Acre, w. d. SJMl.OO,
E. Mitrhrll rt ux to Kathcritie
Jthnot land in H. nry Hill's town
Wepeinlrnce,. w. d.. $2250.00.
B. Pcrrine rt ux to Homer Hnr-
fietox 1 lot in Hartley Craig
t tract w. d.. f 10,00.
1 D. fiomline et ux to Edward B.
f ven 2 lots in 1!. "15" West Salem
.. $10.00.
nsOdfll et vir to Harry E. Hall
f'i 25 icres S.v. 1 1 T. 9 S. R. 4 W.
R $i.oo.
f'U MillhouutT rt ux to Harry E.
t ux 2') ncrcM Sec 11 T. 0 S.
1 W. q. d., $1.00.
nk McDoHifal et nl to II. I..
!n land in T. 8 S. R. T, W. q. d.,
if- Clark, administrator and J.
to et ux to The Prudential In.
an(, Company of America land in
5 S. R. 4 W. Mtg. dred $3200.00.
f F" ClRrt, administrntor, & J. F.
r et to Vermont Loan
p Co. land in T. S. R. 4 W.
IMeed $ir.0.
?J P. Sears et. ux to Thomas
1 f 92 plus nrres Sec. 22 T. G
l?' 4 W- pnrtition deed $1.00.
B. S,.rs to Jacob P.
jj" t ux 92 plus nrrea Sec. 22 T.
I-MW. partition deed.
Prtlan(-I(.el0M vofriir-rAtopa in.
j by Ueutennnt Rex Barnett,
ortiand man. hv . i-
1 ' ""vrii bu rnnn-
1.7 1 the f,,,nPnny has under-
' extrnordinnry period of ex
n 'ntheflrt year of its opera-
thountI enrs have
,ent to all parts of the west.
la?fieldShinK,
: '"" wnicn natf resumed
I
es are once more
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y,'orstr i prosperous
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r
fTSrDvnt1.1??0' L00K PROSPEROUS AND FEEL FINE, FOR THERE IS SATISFACTION BUILT INTO
AwnurVl.J11' SCHAFFNER & MARX, MICHAEL STERNS OR DAVID ADLER'S HIGH GRADE CLOTHES,
Tut? InKlsJIi THE PRICE CONSIDERATION WHICH IS EXTREMELY INTERESTING EVERY SUIT BEARS
THE ORIGINAL PRICE TAG.
, Halts
20; OFF ALL BOYS SUITS
ALL BOYS $14.00 SUITS
now $11.20
ALL BOYS $15.00 SUITS
now $12.00
ALL BOYS $16.00 SUITS
now $12.80
ALL BOYS $17.00 SUITS
now $13.60
ALL BOYS $18.00 SUITS
now $14.40
ALL BOYS $19.00 SUITS
now $15.20
ALL BOYS $20.00 SUITS
now $16.00
ALL BOYS $22.50 SUITS
now $18.00
ALL BOYS $25.00 SUITS
now $20.00
100 Men's Suits Less
33 1-3 Per Cent
Suit that were $25, $30, $35, $40, $50 and $60, Sta
ple or Young Men's Models, at
33 1-3 PER CENT
ALL HATS LESS 20 PER CENT
Our Entire Stock of Mallory and Stetson Hats,
Regular $5.00, $6.00, $7.00, $9.00 and $10.00
Less 20 Per Cent
2OS&M0BE0FFALLSUIIS
ALL MEN'S $25.00 SUITS
now ............... .$19.95
ALL MEN'S $30.00 SUITS
now $23.95
ALL MEN'S $35.00 SUITS
. now $27.95
ALL MEN'S $40.00 SUITS
now $31.95
ALL MEN'S $45.00 SUITS
now ' $35.95
ALL MEN'S $50.00 SUITS
now $39.95
ALL MEN'S $60.00 SUITS
now $47.95
ALL MEN'S $65.00 SUITS
now $51.95
ALL MEN'S $70.00 SUITS
now $55.95
ALL MEN'S $75.00 SUITS
now $59.90
The Verdict Is Rendered
THE EVIDENCE IS OVERWHELMING AND CONVINCING
BEYOND QUESTION OF DOUBT. OUR PROTECTION SALE
IS PRONOUNCED BY ALL THE GREATEST SAVING EV
ENT OF YEARS, APPEALING TO MEN WHO APPRECIATE
HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE FOR LESS.
For Twelve More Days
AS ANNOUNCED IN THE BEGINNING, THIS SALE IS FOR
A LIMITED TIME, POSITIVELY CLOSING SATURDAY
NIGHT, JULY 3RD. HOWEVER, THERE IS AMPLE TIME
FOR EVERY ONE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE RADI
CAL REDUCTIONS MADE IN ALL LINES.
MEN'S TROUSERS LESS 202
ALL MEN'S $4.00 TROUSERS
now $2.80
ALL MEN'S $5.00 TROUSERS
now $4.00
ALL MEN'S $6.00 TROUSERS
now ... H0
ALL MEN'S $7.00 TROUSERS
now $560
ALL MEN'S $8.00 TROUSERS
now V:'6,40
ALL MEN'S $9.00 TROUSERS
noW ; 94.si.Kj
ALL MEN'S $10.00 TROUSERS
now .. ""
ALL MEN'S $12.50 TROUSERS
now
ALL MEN'S $15.00 TROUSERS
now
$12.00
$12-$15 Shoes for $7.95
Men's tan and mahogany brown Shoes, Staple or
English lasts. While they last
$7.95
Boys' Hats and Caps
AH styles boys' hats and caps priced regular at
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50
Less 20 Per Cent
MEN'S ARMY SHOES
Regular $8, $8.50 and $9, Black or Tan Munsing last Army Shoes
$5.95 PAIR
202 off MEN'S DRESS SHOES f
ALL MEN'S $10.00 SHOES )
now $8.00
ALL MEN'S $12.00 SHOES
now $9.60 i
ALL MEN'S $13.50 SHOES I
now $10.80 I
ALL MEN'S $15.00 SHOES
now $12.00
ALL MEN'S $16.00 SHOES
now $12.80
ALL BOYS $6.50 SHOES
now ....... ..$5.20
ALL BOYS $7.50 SHOES
now $6.00
ALL BOYS $8.50 SHOES
now .... : . . . $6.80
ALL BOYS $10.00 SHOES
' now $8.00
MEN'S HATS
One lot Men's $2-50 lo $500
Hats. Klsck and Colors
$1.85
BOYS' PANTS
Boys' K nicker Pant4 Woolen,
Corduroy and Blue Serges
Ages 6 to 16 Years
LESS 20 PER CENT
MEN'S $1.00.
B. V. D. and Porus Knit two
piece underwear, will not last
long t :
45 CENTS EACH
MEN'S TAN SOX
One lot men's seamless tan Lisle
box, our. regular 65c seller
3 PAIRS FOR $1.00
MEN'S 50C
Medium and light weight Sus
penders. Ten dozen in the lot
25 CENTS PAIR
FOR SEVEN MORE DAYS, CLOS
INC. SATURDAY. JULY 3RD
en
HIGH GRADE CLOTHING, "JUST
WRIGHT" SHOES, STETSON
AND MALLORY HATS
"-G1 nin ...
"t.s ry P'PKera, who are
i'tfonl. i i. per uay.
J 1 " Just ripening in fine form
-...,K urnnn,! t frA i