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INDEPENDENCE ENTERPRISE .
Friday, October jo.
NOTICE TO HUNTERS
No hunting allowed on the farms
of the undersigned. Please do not ask
20-3t ERNST ZIELESCH
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that the un-
KITCHEN CABINET OR SALE-1. Executora of the estate of
Fine caViiet, good condition will
to sold for $20 if taken this week.
Inquire Enterprise office.
APPLES FOR SALE Fancy North
ern Spy, Spitzenburg, and Baldwin
apples. Price delivered $1.25 per
box. "Wells Bros. R. 2. Thone F3714
FOR SALE Baled spring
Straw, $8 per ton, delivered. Henry
McElmurry, R. 2. 20-2t
FOR SALE Multiplying strawberry
plants, 8c each. Phone 692, John
FOR SALE 35 barred Rock pullets,
Feb. and April hatch, some feed
with them. May be seen at corner
7th and D Sts. Independence, or
inquire Windmill barber shop. Also
one 12 gallon crock with lid. 23-lt
C. II. WheeVer, deceased, have .Hied
their final account in the County
Court of the State of Oregon for
Polk County, and that Monday the
20th day of November, 1922, at the
hour of 10 o'clock a. m. thereof, in
the Court room of said Court in the
City of Dallas, Oregon, has been ap
pointed by said Court as the time and
wheat, place for hearing objections to saia
final account and the settlement
Dated and first published the 20th
day of October, 1922.
DEORSA D. WHEELER
EUGENE W. WHEELER
Executors of the estate of C H.
Swope & Swope, Attorneys.
URGE OLD LINE INSURANCE
company desires high class repre
sentative for Polk county either
experienced or unexperienced will
teach the business. Exceptionally
attractive contract, Saunders and
Saunders, 305-06 Panama Bldg.
Portland, Oregon 20-lt
FOR SALE Two ton truck in run
ning order. Cheap. 765 Monmouth
Street. Phone 6311. 20-lt
Are any of your friends in need
of a cheering word?
"Say THUitb flowers"
Carnations and chrysanthemums
are in bloom at the
INDEPENDENCE FLORAL CO.'S
Greenhouses located at J
7th and E Streets !
MONEY TO LOAN School fund,
RURAL. FUND MONEY TO LOAN,
Amortization 59c Interest Ed. F.
Coad, Dallas, Oregon. 6-3t
Have you made a success?
Do not allow a fire to eat up
Do not make your business
stand the financial loss of a
valuable consignment destroy
ed by a wreck.
Do not find that an accident
at the factory has stopped
profits as well as production.
Do not permit a strike to shut
off all income.
Insure your present success
by making sure of your future
Insurance makes success more
R. W. BAKER
Insurance Co. of North America
"The Oldest American Fire
and Marine Insurance Company'
E. F. SEIFERT
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OLD PICTURES COPIED
initiative peltttonl feteMHfr fcTfhc
voters of Oregon at the general elec
tlon tn 1924 a constitutional amend
ment providing for state government
reorganisation and proportionate oc
cupathmal representation, were filed
with the secretary of stute ut Salem.
It had been Intended to place this
amendment on the ballot ut the elec
tion neKt month but lack of sufficient
signatures on the petitions necessitat
ed the delay.
The Davidson Fruit company ol
Hood River lias loaded aboard tin
steamer Gothlestur, which departed
from Portland Friday, the first ship
nient of pears dispatched directly froir
Portland to Kuropo by an all watei
route. The pears, of assorted vtirle
ties, were shipped In the way of an ex
pertinent. If the fruit holds up wel
it is anticipated heavy shipments o:
the fruit will be made by the all
water route next year.
Oregon pensions have been grantee
as follows: Benjamin Howell, Falli
City, $12; Clara A. Mlkesell, Heppner
$30; Mary L. White, The Dalles. $30;
William O. Ash, Portland, $12: Nancj
Ben John. Chlloquln, $12; Clareuca K
Magers. Albany, $15; Kate Smiley
Klamath agency. $12; Mary A. Gates
Milton, $30; Elizabeth C. McLain
Greshara, $30; Joseph Bradshaw, Port
land, $12; Charles M. Best, Pilot Rock
$12; Theodore Smith. Portland, $12,
Louis Miller. Molalla, $15; George C
Marcjr, JluckJeA. SU.
CITY IN BRIEF
From one vine of Isabella grapes,
H. C. Compton has sold about a
dozen dollars' worth, had ample for
his own use and has remembered
numerous friends with quantities of
the delicious fruit, as the Enterprise
force can testify.
. . --J '.J.
go fifoe B
With Every pair of Rubber Heels
From October 20 to Oct. 27
BROADWELL, the Shoe Maker
Y)2 C Street, Near Second
NOTICE TO HUNTERS
No huntimr allowed on the farms off
the undersigned. Please do not ask M jVnjfra rnU.r.
permission. . . j , , vrdy evening William
HARRY . IUrr , u. ,,.ih,.r. Mm. Hirriii. and
S. J. McKtE. J-J-J!,. , WiH!m f:ntl...nhurt of
iHr. uu mm. . -
Sulem. Mr. Harris resMed here for
time while in the employ of the
Mrs. Joy of Monmouth, who was for
years a resident of Independence, has
sold her home at Monmouth and will
leave in the near future for Los An
geles, where she will make her home.
William Sloper of Salem, a brother
-in-law of T. W. Hart, suffered a
stroke of paralysis Monday and is in
a crittk-al condition Mr. Sloper is
72 years old.
Why feed lice when sodium fluoride
is cheap and effective? It
more high priced eggs.
mean iy, ,.,I,U,IV -ml 1 a aotoittt
of much ability.
NEW HARNESS SHOP
I have opened a harness shop
in the Odd Fellows building,
Independence, and am carrying
a stock of harness, straps and
Al kinds of light repair work.
Isolicit your patronage
WM. P. RILEY
l me nruige ciuu i-imi .
de'ight fully last Thursday night by
Mr. and Mrs. drover Mattinon, who
aro now nicely settled In their new
home at the corner of Monmouth and
i Miss Rita Ruch entertained a num
ber of her young friends at the homo
J of her parents on the eaut side of the
I river lat Saturday night. Dancing
formed the principal diverxion. The
1 hostess, aiU-d by her sinter, Miss
muni. Th iriii..t. ...
Myera, uaniona Moore, Vein
ndor, Faith Kimball, Luri
Kathleen Mitchell, Arthur Jft'
(JiHirge Ray, Jim Staple y,
Uullin, Cecil Rucf, Carrol Smith,
Roland Johtuon of Salenv
Little Mary Emma MilW m,
tainwl a number of little friendi r'
her nume Monday sfttniooa.
bratlng her Cth birthday. TWli
folks passed an enjoybl .fjJ
with games and did f ull Jmtkt tc i
luncheon served by Mm. Miller ik
as well as the favors given th di
ren at the lunrh table, wr fafa
tive of tho Hallo we'en ttuon,
caused much merriment La,
Nehla Hutt, Naomi Hewtt, Brr
Kelley, Atha Fiher, Ruby fdm
i'rances Knott, Lillian tnd (krf-
0)k in-1 -: ' : o i u j vi.
-A STORE IN SALEM THAT DOES WHAT
LOST SLEEP OVER NOTHING
ICIIERRO FLOUR I
a pure hard wheat
i Cherro Poultry Feeds j
l Pure and Clean
Explorer's Story of a Bad Night Ha
Spent in Venezuela Makes
Call for them at your
P. R. Alexander
As Authorized Agent for
SATURDAY EVENING POST
LADIES' HOME JOURNAL
I solicit your subscriptions either new or renewal
R. W. BAKER
William J. La Varre. Jr., who dis
covered diamonds In South America,
tells as follows of an exciting adven
ture he had In Venezuela, says the
World s Work.
The nearest I have ever come to
catching up with adventure was Just
over the boundary In Venezuela when
I sought the hospitality of a night at
the cabin of a Spanish ranchero In the
mountains. He provided me with food
and shelter and I tried to convince
him that I was conferring as much
distinction on Mm as he was confer
ring kindness on me by showing him
a letter of recommendation from the
President of his country. I then dis
covered that my host was a revolu
tionist and one of the 'resident's bit
terest enemies. He did not withdraw
his hospitality, however, so I swung
my hammock on his porch and was
about to drop off to sleep when I over
heard blra and a companion talking
In low tones. Their concluding remark
in Spanish was: "We won't kill him
till morning." I spent an almost
sleepless n-lght with my revolver
thrust in the breast of my shirt and
with one eye always half open for
trouble. In the gray of the dawn I
saw a figure emerge from the house
carrying in its hand a glittering rifle
barrel. I carefully got rny pistol ready
for action and kept It trained on the
figure without shifting my position In
the hn Ki mock. The figure advanced to
the edge of the porch, turned lis buck
to me, took firing position and blazed
away. Instantly loud squeals from the
brusli resounded and to my Immense
relief I learned that the discussion of
the night before referred to the pig
which was to be slaughtered for my
are an added
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When you toim j
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this utore your
I Salem's Greatest Department Store
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now on display
Honest, competent service
is constantly adding patrons
to our repair department.
We fix it any make car and
We do tractor and station
ery engine repair work.
If in trouble, phone for us
Kindly Cardinal Manning Had Caua
tio Wit, Which He Only Occasion
Cardinal Manning had a caustic wit
and he loved to "take down" those
who exhibited riomposity. In "Pages
Prom the Past," John Ayscough (IU.
Rev. Mgr. Count Jioekerstaffe Drew)
tells how the cardinal snubbed an
Once he brought a very magnificent
bishop, who by no reumns despised
ornament, to see St. Thomas' semi
nary. "It Is very plain," remarked his
lordship, scanning the rather austere
"You are right," rejoined the cardi
nal most sweetly. "Quite. There Is
nothing vulgar about It."
On another occasion the same prel
ate was a fellow K"est, with the
cardinal, of royalty. The bishop came
In purple; the cardinal presently ar
rived In his ordinary black coat,
breeches, gaiters, and apron; to whom
the bishop rushed up, much perturbed
at thus eclipsing In splendor a prince
of the church.
"Never mind, my dear lord," said
the cardinal "It does cot matter. I
UNBLEACHED WILTON SHEETING
I A Heavy grade, a quality that is known for services, that
that of Wilton sheeting which will go on sale Saturday,
Special at per yard
MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS
Brown and Gray men's heavy flannel winter shirts suitable
for work or dress. In all sizes from 14 to 1714. This big
Value Special at
HEAVY WINTER COAT SWEATERS
Heavy winter Coat Sweaters, large convertible, ruff neck
collar, large roomy pockets. All sizes 34-40. Special
during this Sale at
LADIES' HEAVY FLANNEL GOWNS
A heavy grade Ladies' Nightgowns. Made of fine quality
fancy or plain colored Flannel. Some are embroidered and
others plain style. This exceptional value on sale at
36-INCH LACE CURTAIN GOODS
Curtain Draperies at prices never before orjUitk. This OiH'
Value goes on SVe Saturday Special at
MEN'S HEAVY FLEECED UNIONS
A heavy fleece lined unionsuit for men and boys. Regular
$l.r0 Value, cloned crotch, perfect fitting garments. On
Sale Special at ". ,
LADIES' WINTER UNIONSUITS
Ladies winter Unionsuits, full fleecy white ribbed union
suits, full length legs and full sleeves. Al sizes for small,
medium and targe ladies regular Value $1.05 Spcciul
36-INCH WOOL MIX DRESS GOODS
For school children a dress of this fine material will be
suitable and lasting Values to $1.2g a yd. Special at
3 POUND COTTON BATTING
The Basement stock offers bargains a rv'nntv Thic ,
J ofth em. Cotton latts that rctrularlv rrII nf $1 9K finist
Genuine nationally adverffsed Nashua blankets, 1,000 of
them in this sensational Sale at only '
Blue Ribbon Flour tfuaran-j
teed for rrood bread or
money back, 1 sack. $1.49 ,
Waldo Hill Flour, 1 Sk. 1-30,
1 Sir Hnf mofll 50
1 Sk. Cornmeal -29
1 Sk. Cane Sugar 7.29
14 lbs. Sugar 97
5, lb a. 30c Coffee -I-00
5 lbs. Cocoa -40
1 lb. Gunpowder Tea.-LOO
10 Cans Milk Tall 1-0
10 Cans Standard Corn LOO
5 Cans Salmon . - ,55
5 Cans Sardines ,23
Tobacco, Star, Horseshoe:
Climax, 1 plug
8, 5c Cigars
1000 PAIRS NASHUA BLANKETS
All new colors. This extra laree linp of ii n
CREPE DE CHINE MES
SALINES AND TAFFETA
I dare say ne one will nvtlec yu,"