Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, September 24, 1920, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    SEPTEMBER 24. icq.
ENTERPRISE
INDEPENDENCE
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Independence Enterpirse
Published Every Friday by
Z, C. KIM l ALL.
' Subscription Rates,
One Year ........
Six Months
$1.50
.75
IrTITTittie more than five weeks
the presidential election will be
held. A conspicuous condition of
the campaign is the absence of any
trreat amount of interest. Party
organs have been striving for weeks
to oust Mr. Apathy, but he is still
gripping the average voter.
Tillamook county is gaining rap
idly in wealth from the cheese in
dustry. More than $2,000,000 worth
of cheese was poduced last year, or
an average of more than $260 for
every man, woman and child in the
county. Tillamook farmers have
realized for a long time the value of
raising good dairy cattle, and the
cheese record shows that it is pay
ing them handsomely.
Miss Verna May Ostrander of
McMinnville, and George Lester
Eater of Portland, were married at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. II. Ostrander, at Airlie,
September 18.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Treat of Mon
mouth, are on a trip through the
east. They planned to attend the
. . f tVia ftrnnd
national encamp""-""
Army of the Republic at Indiana
polis and then go to Michigan for a
visit with old time friends.
Miss Nina Marie Verstegg nd
Mike U. Niger of Spring Valley,
were married in Dallas September
14, by Rev. D. A- McKenzie of the
Presbyterian churchy .
For clearing land in Coos county,
Edgar Simpson has gone back to
the ox team. He has tractors and
horses galore, but he is getting four
yoke of oxen in shape as an experi
ment. In the early days oxen were
deemed the best motive power for
clearing land, and Mr. Simpson's
demonstration will be watched with
much interest. It is possible that
some of the enormous expense of
present day land clearing may be
reduced by the employment of more
primitive methods.
Emmett Bancroft, alias Neil
Hart, has until November 5 to pre
pare for his extermination. Self
confessed murderer of Sheriff Til
Taylor of Umatilla county, Hart
has been taken to the Oregon state
penitentiary at Salem. A coward
at heart, Hart' has forsaken his
braggadocio attitude and professes
compunction over his deed. Hart
will be the first one to be executed
under the law enacted last spring
making capital punishment effective
for first degree murder. ,
"The Parker community is the
best one I ever resided in," is the
declaration of W. T. House, who is
making preparations to go to Wash
ington to reside. "I have such fine
neighbors there. The community
spirit and of the right kind is de
veloped strongly." And the Enter
prise will hazard a guess that Mr.
House has been a real neighbor
during his residence in that local
ity for about a decade. He is go
ing away with sincere regret on ac
count of friendships he has formed.
We wonder if Mr. House hasn't ac
quired one of lifes greatest lessons
the practicing of the golden rule.
In The Churches
Methodist Service
A real treat awaits you at the
M. E. church next Sunday evening
at 7:30 when Miss Marie Church,
returned missionary from Seoul,
Korea, will speak. Miss Church ha's
been in Korea for five years. She
has had varied experience, having
been one of the missionaries thrown
in prison. Miss Church once taught
schorl in Independence and is well
known by many citizens. Good
music. The pastor will preach in
the morning at 11 a. m. Sunday
school at 10. C. T. Cook, pastor.
At the Baptist Church
The meetings advertised for last
Sunday were advertised as good
ones and they were sure good ones.
The singing was especially good
and so was the preaching. Large
crowds packed the church for three
meetings. Though the famous sing
ers are gone and with them their
preacher evangelist. They did not
take with them the bible and the
gospel which is preached every Sun
day from the pulpit of this church.
The Sunday school meets every Sun
day at 10 a. m. A class for all
ages. If you do not go to any
church, come here. In the morning
the Rev. H. L Proppe will preach on
the subject, "Why I am a Christian."
This is a sermon you will want to
hea'ri The Young People's . Society
meets at 6:30 p. m. Here is the
place where young people build up
Christian character. At the hour
of 7:30 p. m. Rev. Proppe will preach
his last of the series of sermons on
the subject of Satan. His subject
will be; "The Doom of Satan and
Universal Peace.?' dome and hear
this message. It will do you good.
We meet on Wednesday nights at
7:30 for our mid-week good time
prayer meeting. "Come thou with
us and we will do thee good."
J.J.WILLIAMS'
PUBLIC SALE
Monday, Ocf. 4, 1920
10:30 A. M.'Sharp
Located at his farm 2 miles North of Independence on
the Salem-lndependence Road
3 HORSES AND 2 MULES AND 1 COW
1 mare 4 yrs. old, weght about 1400 lbs.; 1 mare 10 yrs. old, weight abouj
1500; 1 mare 11 yrs. old, weight about 1400; 1 span of mules, weight about
2000 lbs.; 1 registered Jersey cow, 4 years old.
56 HOGS 56
1 pure bred Poland China boar, big type; 1 sow and 8 pigs at side; 2 brood
sows; 10 shoats, weight about 90 lbs. each; 18 shoats, weight about 50 lbs.
each; 16 smaller pigs.
MACHINERY
1 mnniiiro eti.ntT 1 Thnmas mowsr: 1 cram drill: 1 14" Rock Island rid
ing plow; 1 12" iron beam walking plow; 1 10" wood beam walking plow; 1
ft fthnvl l-iHino rnrn oultivator: 1 5-shovel cultivator: 1 16 tooth gar
den cultivator;! hay rake; 13 section harrow; 1 Klondike harrow; 1 diskhar
row; 1 spring tooth harrow; 16 ft. corrugated roller; 1 lignt ia men wa
cron with simmr.rjole and shafts: 1 2-horse 34 inch wagon; 1 De Laval
cream separator; 175 grain sacks; 1 hay rack; 1 hay knife; 1 post auger; !
7 ft. cross saw; 1 double bitted axe; 1 550 lb. capacity scale; l nog scaimng
vat;l cider press;' 5 doz. chickens; 1 grindstone; 2 sets double work har
ness; 5 extra collars; furniture, forks, shovels, rakes, hoes and many other
articles.
FARMERS, BRING IN WHAT YOU HAVE FOR SALE
LUNCH SERVED ON THE GROUNDS
J. J.IWILLIAMS Col. F. N. Woodry
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OWNER
Independence, Oregon
AUCTIONEER
Salem, Oregon
TERMS: All sums of $20.00 and under cash, over that amount six months
time will be given to parties furnishing approved bankable notes bearing in
terest at 8 per cent per annum. No article to be removed until settled for.
Decision of auctioneer to be final in all cases of dispute.
The car with the exclusive motor offset
valves. Balanced and machined
crank shaft
More miles on a gallon of gas
More miles on a set of tires
To appreciate this car you should see it
and have a demonstraticn
'Soot Barffairas.
1 Studebaker, 4 cvl., like new, cord tires '19. . . .$1350
1 Studebaker, 4 cyl., like new '18 . . . 800
1 two ton Pierce Arrow ' 300O
1 one and one-half ton White 2100
1 Dodge Panel Delivery 975
1 two ton Diamond T, new 2900
1 Model Overland Sedan like new
2 ton Grier Six, A 1 condition 180O
mum
LIST YOUR SALES WITH WOODRY FOR RESULTS
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Frank M. Brown is planting ten
acres to berries on his farm north
of Monmouth. Mr. Brown has met
with such success with a two-acre
tract that it is now his purpose to
increase his acreage largely.
We want to see
all of you here
for the Fair
Next Week
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SALEM'S BIG
ANNUAL
EVENT
1
EN, before you start be sure that you are correct in appear
lance. Never before has a man's p-eneral annporonrp rminted
so much as it does this year. In years past the men were not so
careful with their appearance. Today, however every man
wants to dress neatly and look clean '
Why is it? Because men are realizing more now than ever that they have only one'
lite on earth to live so why not live right while thev do.
' fc,n,' Xou. .wil1 aPPr5ciat.e yur existence much more if you will let us outfit vou with
your Fall clothing. Suit prices $35 to $80. y ' .y
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX SUITS and OVERCOATS
,MEN, SEE THE THE STETSON and MALLORY HATS
JUST WRIGHT SHOES
THEN DON'T FAIL TO LOOK AT THE OVERCOATS-Price, $30.00 to $75.00.
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MEN Be here Tomor
row. Bring some one
with you.
C P. BISHOP, Prop.
EVERY FAMILY IN MARION AND POLK COUNTIES A PATRON
You take no chance to
Lose if you puhasc
here
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