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FOR SALE At a Big Sacnfice
the K. C. Eldridge, residence. For
particulars, see J. E. Hubbard at
Independence Realty Co. 16'lt
FOR SALE Motorcycle, 1919 Model.
New $15.00 battery, side car, all
fr sins.no. Stewart Motor Co.
BUENA VISTA ITEMS
DURING PAST WEEK
FOR SALE A good five passenger
touring Overland (83 Model) for
$200 cash, or trade for good piano.
C. W. Robbins. See John Reece
Robbins Independence, R. 1, phone
WOOD SAWING promptly done,
Sam Muhleman, phone F513.
ORDERS taken now for red rasp
berries. Market price on delivery.
B. T. Merrill, F3303 16-tf
FOR SALE Cut Sweet Peas, 5 cents
per dozen blooms. Mrs. Oren Mc
Elmurry. Phone F2204
TO LET Pasture
for cattle. R. E.
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Theosophical Publicity Dept., 82o
Oakdale Ave., Chicago, 111. 9-2t
FOR SALE One good 12 inch plow,
one five-shovel cultivator, good a3
new, one garden harrow. Marion
McCoy, 832 S. Seventh St. J9-2t
FOR SALE Solid Oak fence posts.
Spaulding Lumber Co. 2-3t
TWO HOUSES in Salem to trade for
a small farm. G. C. Bolter, 2016
Trade St., Salem, Ore. 26-4t
1 WILL BUY YOUR
mohair at highest price,
1321. Will H. Bloch.
Call Farm I domestic
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that a stal
lion will be sold on the 28th of June,
1922, at 1 o'clock, for charges which
have accrued for his care and keep
at my place. Said stallion is the
property of Howard Buckner.
I. W. DICKINSON
Independence, Ore., June 7, 1922. 2t
The last meeting preceding the
summer vacation for the L. R. C.
was held at the spacious farm home
of J. A. Reynolds Oak Vista with
Mrs Reynolds and Mrs. Ed. Lichty as
hostesses. Seventeen ladies answered
roll call with suggestions for improv
ing the scope of the club for next
year. Miss Gladys Reynolds
was chosen summer president and
Miss Alma Wells, secretary a,nd treas
urer. Following the business hour,
the meeting was closed with a dolight
ful muscal program, the participants
being Mrs. George W. Gray, Misses
Gladys and Marjorie Reynolds, Luelle
Reynolds and Mabel Prather in vocal
and instrumental selections. Cake,
wafers and coffee were served by
Misses Gladys and Marjorie Reynolds.
Pink was the predominating color In
the house decorations and was very
prettily carried out. Pink roses were
in profusion, and the large fireplace
was banked with wild pnks and potted
Mrs. Marguerite (Grandma) Mc
Clain left last week for a three
weeks' visit with relatives at Salem,
Portland and Woodburn.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wells spent
last Saturday at Salem with relatives,
and Mr. Wells transacted business.
The closing number for the literary
society last Thursday night was a
mock trial, when Earl Mack was tried
for shooting a rabbit in the city
contrary to the laws made and pro
vided. The case provided much
smusement. The balance of the pro
gram consisted of musical and liter,
Mrs. Pauline Robinson of Portland
is here for an extended visit at the
Edgar Lichty home.
Ed. Mentzer, accompanied by his
wife and daughter, has gone to Port
land for a two weeks' visit with Port
land relatives. Mr.-Mentzer and fam
ily recently came here from Oakland,
Calif., and may decide to remain per
manently. Misses Gladys and Marjorie Rey
nolds have returned to the home of
their parents, after spending the
school year at Albany. Miss Gladys
finished a very successful year as
science instructor in the
in Brief Form
. Settled in our new place, with more
room,. better facilities and a larger
stock, we are prepared to handle
your tire business in better shape
than ever. We sell the
. ' and other makes
As to prices
'Flak, 30x312 $10.85
Goodrich, 30x312 10.90
Cheaper ones if you want them
We sell Gasoline and Oils
Vulcanizing That Lasts
M. J. O'Donnell
Corner B and Main Phone 5211
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All Work Guaranteed
Main and B Streets
Makes White and Light
At your grocer
CHERRO POULTRY Feeds
Are pure and wholesome.
Insist on Cherro feeds
Carried by P. R. Alexander
19-tf Albany hieh school, making her third
year in that institution, and Miss Mar
jorie has been attending Albany col
lege. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Loy have been
attending commencement at the Ore
gon Agricultural college, their sons,
Alfred and Gilbert graduating.
Mrs. A. A. Elkins and little son
have returned here after a several
days' stay at Independence, where the
child underwent quite a serious oper
ation. Dr. Sullivan and Wally Bugbee of
Portland are visitinjr at the Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Congor and
daughter of Suver, and Mrs. E. J.
Anderson and George Krutz passed
Sujiday at Salem at the Monroe Krutz
home. George Krutz, who has been
spending the past three Weeks visit
ing with relatives n this vcinity, will
leAVe for his home at La Grande
after spending a short time in Salem,
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Gray,
Prudence and Georgana Gray, accom
panied by Mrs. E. 3. Richardson of
! Independence, were among the Salem
Miss Arvilla Stearns of Lebanon
and Miss Taylor of O. A. C. passed
several days last week at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J R. Loy.
Mrs. M. N. Prather and Mrs.
Charles Karr visited their sister, Mrs .
J. M. Prather and family, several
days last week.
Mrs. R. E. Prather and Miss Ruth
Prather have returned from a visit
with Portland relatives.
Under the direction of our road
supervisor, M. N. Prather, a number
of men with teams voluntarily gravel
ed the I. O. O. F. cemetery hill last
Friday and Saturday.
Guy Prather, who has just finished
hi3 second year of music in Portland,
is here visiting relatives for a few
days He will return to Portland,
shortly, where he has employment for
the summer vacation months.
Mrs. Silver returned to her home
at Corvallis Thursday, after passing
several days with her cousin, Mrs. W.
D. Simmons and family.
Eugene Strout of Amity passed
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Reynolds and family, accom
panied by Salem friends, motored to
Eugene, Sunday, where the ladies
spent the day with friends while the
men folks went on to the McKenzie to
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. McClain of
Salem were here with relatives Sun
day. Ed. Lichty, J. K. Tann and Will
Simmons attended the Odd Fellows
picnic at Rickreall last Saturday. '
If you want to sell it, buy it,
trade it, or find it, try an Enterprise
It la estimated that the 1922 pack
of Salem canneries will approximate
Miss Freda S. Nordstrom has been
appointed postmaster at Jennings
Lodge, Clackamas county.
Ninety-five students were graduated
from the Corvullts hliih school, the
largest class in Its history.
Three persons were killed and 163
injured In 1131 automobile nocldonta-ln
Portland during the month of May
A contract has boen let for the
erection of a now school building at
Sweet Home, to cost more than $5000.
Of the' 187 Wallowa county pupils
who have just taken the eighth grade
examinations, 101 failed and 86 passed.
Jack McCarthy of Canyon City won
the 11000 poney express race from The
Dalles to Canyon City, a distance of
Elgin was showered with brimstone
during an electric and rain storm, as
was evidenced by the yellow deposit
on the sidewalks.
About 45 ex-service men of Morrow
county have petitioned for a local
chapter of the ''40 and 8" to be es
tablished at Hcppner.
The sawing of 25,000 feet of line
lumber dally has started at the Mc-Klnley-Hampson
mill at Bull Springs,
ten miles west of Bend.
The Eugene Handle company, op
erating a handle factory at Eugene,
has bosght the sawmill at Peoria, Linn
county, and will operate It.
Word has ben received In Baker that
Charles Breck, former well known res
ident of that city, had dropped dead
on the street In Fresno, Cal.
During May the state land depart
ment paid over to the state treasurer
$126,899.48, nearly all of which went
Into the common school fund.
Directors of the Laplne school dis
trict have authorized the drafting of
plans for a new building to replace
the $25,000 structure burned recently.
The state highway commission open
ed the new grade between Hllgrade
and Kamela, on the Blue mountain
section of the Old Oregon trail, June
The appointment of Dr. W. G. Hoff
man of McMinnville as a member of
the state board of chiropractic exam
iners was announced by Governor 01
cott. A modern three-story hotel to cost
$100,000 will be built at Prinevllle to
replace the one burned In the fire
which swept that city's principal busi
Representative Sinnott has announc
ed that he will rocommend the ap
pointment of Wallace Smead as post
master at Heppner, Or. Smead is form
Ten thousand dollars worth of new
machinery is being installed In the
plant of the Salem Fruit Union, pre
paratory to the opening of this year's
The appointment of Charles E.
Miller of La Grande., as a member or
the state board of architect examiners
to succeed Lee Thomas was announc
ed by Governor Olcott.
Roseburg's present system of clust
er lights will be given to the scrap
heap and Dew decorative lamp poles
installed in the main business district,
the council has decided.
A dividend of 10 per cent for com
mercial depositors and 20 per cent for
safety depositors has been declared by
the Nehalem Valley bank of Wheeler,
which closed last October 25.
Application, to organize the Vale Na
tional bank. Vale, Or., has been re
ceived by the controller of the cur
rency from R. A. Holte of Vale. The
new bank has capital of $50,000.
Four hundred and fifty men, it Is es
timated, will find employment in the
construction of the dam and diversion
canal to send water from the Des
chutes river to the Tumalo feed canal.
The eleventh annual reunion and
picnic of natives and ex-residents of
Douglas county living In Portland, will
be held at the reserved community
center, Peninsula park, Sunday, June
John Henry Daniel, a resident of
Benton county for 56 years, died at
the Corvallis general hospital. He was
an early Oregon pioneer, having cross
ed the plains with his parents by ox
The Hood River county Commercial
club haB launched a campaign to
raise $1500 to be applied to improve
ment of the Lost Lake highway out
side the bounds of the Oregon national
Secretary of State Kozer has an
nounced the totals of the votes obtain
ed by the six candidates for the repub
lican nomination for governor in the
primary election May 19: Louis E.
Bean, 3,870; Charles Hall, 42,511; L.
D. Lee, 3,066; Ben W. Olcott, 43,032;
I. L. Patterson, 13,019; George A.
White, 10,156. Olcott's plurality, 621-
The recent decision of Judge Kelly
at Salem enjoining Polk county from
placing market road money on state
highways is final, according to Her
bert Nunn, state highway engineer.
Clayton N' Ingle of La Grande, a
senior in the engineering department
of the- University of Oregon, will
soon for South Africa, whets ho will
work 'locating a railroad In Upper
Five hundred . coyotes and bobcats
were the catch of 34 government hunt
ers in Oregon during May, aworUIng
to Stanley G. Jewett, head of the preil
atory animal division of the U. .
CITY IN BRIEF
,o J. W. Pember of Monmouth
purchased ft Ford coupe from
Stewart Motor company.
Two of tho graduates at the Oregon
Normal this year are Independence
girls: Winona Wood and Ruth Mills.
"Buzz" Sloper, Don Barton ana
Frank Miller aro expected homo to
night from the Nehalem country
v.horo thov have been spending tho
past few days fishing.
Complimenting Mrs. W. J. Clark,
the Y. I. D.'s gave a picnic supper at
Rickreall park last night, and return
ing to tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Carbray spent a couple of hours in
Independence students at tho Ore-
tron Aericultural colk-jre finished the
year's work "on high gear" and most
of them will be active during vaca
tion. Wendell Denlinger f inisheI his
course in military training and has
received an appointment as lieuten-
tenant for the army reserves. He will
cpend his vacation nere,
mow year to finish In Mechanic
Xetrlng In which he Is !wJ.rinf.
' nob" Craven is lack t hli old stand
a Craven & Walkrrt; Mta- pp.1
Hewott Is M.l.tln t tho William,
rug company; Vi Lucllb
and Ml- UUft wcinw -r---the
vacation t their homes! Cienn
Iturrijiht has returned here, Chrl
Culbrwth has Joined a 'in in
struction crew at Albany, and young
"Doc" Hewett as lull ft gmgvr
ever, Is still footloose.
Farmer Fire Relief r
This Farmtrs' Asotlm,,
"un for Profit.
All losaea paid M 0(j
Satisfied insurers i (hi k
llaemvnt ws can havt.
10 pay all losncs that
Tha Association foul' T
FA It MRUS' MUTUAL In,'
pany we accept n0 city
our losses when they McUf S
gl and we cannot ufr
town conflagration, 0 J
often to companies wrltln. 'S
i of risks. ,
Ju.hro Charles E. Wolvcrton orj We have only two cIm j, i
Portland, a member of the frst grad-; it class dwelling and
uating class of Christian college In class, barn and contents, ,W'
1872, was present at the baccalau-. contents, school houu-i
reate excrclsea Sunday. land halls. Wo do rut vju I '
Among the aluinnt wmi inwvuuu iisks by .
the banquet Tuesday fvcning were numocr oi cusses ana dffcr,
Poarl Fvgley -1. Klth Hragg
Adabcl McConl '17, Grrtchwi Krcam
or lfl, Jean Anderson Stamey '10,
Josinh Wills, Munzanita Harvey,
Fred Nitzt-I 21, Ruth Cunkey '18, anu
Iva Merrill 1)3.
Dean Iiesslcr of O. A. C, Mrs.
Rcssler, and Miss Florence Howdcn
of Corvallis were visitors at th
alumni nroirram and banquet Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Arant of Eu
gene took dinner with Mr. Aranfa
i)nrtnt Thursday. They are assist
ing in the protracted meeting
Chrstiun church at Amity, 'Classified ad.
Our two classes cover th j'.1
surance and only the best U 3
Wo write Insurant 0n!k;
Willamette) valley no tfct 1.
is practically under thiy'i
officers of the Association, j
Itatw 25 cents per 100
Class; 30 cents per $10flfW1
GEO. W. CHESEBR0 i
If you want to U ft, J
at the tr"d U' or tlnd ll tr " teJ
.LI 1 1
HI COSTS LESS
YOU GET CLOTHES SATISFACTION ONLY AS YOU GET STYLE
CORRECT FIT-GOOD LOOKS AND LONG WEAR. YOU DON'T GET
THESE WITHOUT QUALITY, AND THAT'S JUST WHAT WE HAVE
NOTHING ELSE BUT QUALITY FOR YOU
GREAT VALUES AT THESE REASONABLE PRICES
Here Are Other Values Hot to Be Overlooked
KHAKI WORK PANTS
made from the most durable of
khaki materials. These pants
are exceptionally good values
$2.00 and $2.50
Sizes 26 to 48.
Heavy weight blue denim
BLUE CHAMBRAY AND
KHAKI WORK SHIRTS
The famous Bishop quality
85c to $2.00
The famous Harvard make extra
fine nainsook material Sizes
up to 48 $1.00 each
Hansen made leather work
$1.25 to $2.75
COME IN TODAY. WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO SERVE YOU.
C. P. BISHOP, Prop.
137 N. COMM. ST., SALEM
OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. ON SAT-