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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1922)
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Friday, June 30. m)
FOR SALE To highest bidder
Barn about 16x24 with 2 foot posts.
Inquire at Rickreall plant. Will
amette Valley Flax & Hemp Cor
FOR SALE Fine wool sheep
sale. Will sell in lots irom o w
100, also rure bred Shropshire ami
Hampshire rams for fall breeding.
Call Farm 1321 or see Will Bloch.
LOGANBERRY PICKERS WANTED
Tents, benches and wood furnished.
Expect to start picking July 1st.
Apply at once, Manager's Office,
FOR SALE Hop picking baskets.
Portland Basket & Handle Co. 1321
Macadam St. Portland, Ore. 30-4t
FOR SALE 200 White Leghorn hens.
Arthur Baker, Independence. 30-2t
WANTED Loganberry pickers, large
patch and fine berries. Apply now.
II. B. Fletcher, phone 8211. 30-lt
I OR SALE 1920 Ford in first class
condition: used Studebaker big six,
all srood tires, first class mechani
cal shape. Huggins Motor Co.
"WANTED Loganberry pickers. Free
wood and water. Good camp ground
70 acres. 4 miles east of Salem. L.
L. Vincent, Phone 41F24. 23-2t
HAPPENINGS IN THE
Levi Oleman and wife motored to
Halsey Saturday to attend a family
reunion on Sunday.
Roy Pitzer and wife returned home
from Netarts Sunday.
Miss Ina Fishback of Eugene is
spending the week with her sister,
Mrs. J. V. Johnson.
Mr and Mrs. E. A. Tedrow were
business visitors in Independence Sat
urday. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Jones and
sons were dinner guests Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. II.
. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Courter
and two sons, Ensign and
BUENA VISTA ITEMS
DURING PAST WEEK
Ed Mentzer and fmaily who arrived
hero last spring from Oakland, Calif.,
have decided to locate permanently
II. M. Nash returned to the Eninn
iiel hospiiul in Portland Sunday for
further xray treatment. He was ac
companied by his wife who will spend
some time in that city with relatives
and friends so as to bo near her hus
band. Miss Otho MeClain returned to her
home hero Friday after spending a
week at the home of her aunt, Mrs.
J, M, Piuther of Corvallis.
The M. E. Aid society met last
Wednesday and carded wool for Mrs.
Clive of Falls City spent Sunday at'K. E. Prather. The aid will meet
FOR SALE House and quarter
block, five rooms with bath, desir
able location. Reasonable price on
reasonable terms. E. L. Buchanan,
Route 3, Salem. 23-tl
WOOD SAWING promptly done,
Sam Muhleman, phone F5113.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Glen Harman visited his aunt, Mrs.
E. E . Holcomb of Lebanon on Friday.
Mrs. Joe Tethrow and son Carl,
were shopping in Independence Sat
urday. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. McEldowney
spent Sunday in Falls City.
Mrs. A. E. Tetherow and Mrs. G.
B. Jones were business visitors in
Mrs. C. W. Price has been quite
ill. She is suffering from a nervous
break-down. Her sister, Maude Reed
of Corvallis is taking care of her.
Rev. G. L. Lovell of Salem
preached here Sunday.
during the summer months on every
afternoon in the Evangelical church
Mr. and Mrs. Newt Prather and
Mabel Prather returned Monday from
several days' outing at Pacific City.
Miss Blanche Harmon returned to
her home here after a week's stay
with relatives near Suver.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Neal left by
auto Saturday for several days' stay
in Portland among relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Mulkey ot
Arlington are visiting Mrs. Muikoy's
parents,. Mr. and Mrs. .C. E. Force.
Mr. Mulkey is principal of the Arling
Prof, and Mrs. Benttie attended the
funeral of Mrs. Robert Enkin in Salem
this week. Three of Mr. Eakin's
brothers, who came to attend tho fun
eral, came to Monmouth with Mr. and
Mrs. lieattio and spent a day here.
Thirteen persona from Monmouth
attended the Powell reunion, held In
tho Copelnnd grove, eight miles euat
of Albany. Grandma Powell, age '-.
was called on for a talk and gave an
interesting story of the trip nms
tho plains which she made 71 years
ago. Those attending from here In
cluded tho families of Ira C. Powell,
A. M. Arnnt, J. F. Powell and Dr. J.
M. Powell and Junnita Davis.
Tho Monmouth chautauqua will bp
gin Wednesday, July 6 and close Sun
day, July 0. The Cadmean company,
which has furnished the attraction fov
the past two years, will send its De
Luxe circuit to Monmouth this year.
There wll be programs each day in
the afternoon and evening. The
afternoon programs will begin at
a NOW Iftf Esrra
Raymond MeClain is passing the j 3:15 in order to accommodate normal
ORDERS taken now for red rasp
berries. Market price on delivery.
B. T. Merrill, F3303 16-tf
TO LET Pasture for cattle. R. E.
1 WILL BUY YOUR WOOL and;
mohair at highest price. Call Farm
1321. Will H. Bloch. 19-tf
The Enterprise is still $1.50 a year j
If your eyes bother or you have a
headache come and see us. We use
the most modern methods and
scientific instruments to determine
the defect of your eyes. We spec
ialize in fitting ONE-PIECE
iTORIS BIFOCALS at reasonable
DR. WILL J. THOMSON
Regular monthly visits
Watch news columns for dates '
summer months with his uncle, Chet
MeClain and family of Portland.
Waldo Kelso, who1 is attending
summer school at Willamette univer
sity passed Saturday and Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Prather motored
to Corvallis Friday passing the day
with Mrs. Susanna Prather and fami
ly. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hatcher and
daughters, Loree and Aileen Kcitti
IJuerlston and Miss Marguerite Don
oldson of McMinnville and Florence
and Allen Dorsey of Portland Sun-
students. Tho price for season tickets ,
has been lowered to $2 this year for
Photographer Brown of Salem tooki
a panorama of the entire student i
body nnd faculty of the normal in!
front of the training school building
Wednesday after chapel. j
Demonstration at anytime
WEEK'S DOINGS IN
George Dickinson and family re
turned the last of the week from ten
days spent at Naperine, Wash. While
t 1 1 T T Ll.. 1 1
uayeu at ine jwigar wcniy nonie " , thero thcy wt.re of Mm,
in the afternoon all took a dip in the;, , , .
I On Sundnv Mr. and
UGGINS MOTOR CO.
G. E. Harmon and wife and
Hop Picking BASKETS
Made of Heavy Veneer
Solid Wood Bottom
Very Durable and Ser
viceable Portland Basket
& Handle Co.
1321 Macadam St.
E. J. Anderson joined the Gobat ana j
Congor families of Suver and mot-i
ored to Watedloo attending a Sun-j
day school convention.
Mrs. L. C!
Rulifson entertained Mrs. Rulif son's
aunt, Mrs. Booth and cousins, Mr. i
and Mrs. L. J. Crotzer of Portland, j
Ivan Jones has purchased nn autoj
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r- v. -u -.r i i i t ....:t .of Wil mm SrhnwiCr nml niuKimr v'-
j i ill. iasn, wuc ami uauguer, lucih, . -
were here among relatives Sunday. jit: ver nt speedster.
Fred Oakley and family Sundayed I Hay harvest is in full swing but
i;t Sodaville Springs. (the crop is very light as is the case
Mrs. Grace Miller, who taught here of all crops this season,
in the high school last year, left fori The two Farrier boys who make
Mabel, Oregon to spend the summer 'their home at Charles Van Averys, ac
months. ' Icompanied their father to Philomath
the last of the week for a vacation.
While away they expect to do some
On Saturday afternoon Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Rulifson and daughter
NEWS EVENTS AT
The students of the summer school
elected their student body officers on
F. E. Lord, n resident: W. A. Daven-
port, vice-president; Beulah McCord door weddin and very P1
The following were chosen: w"" K,urais1 ",v
a lnenti in i,orvanis. ii was an oui-
Let us attend to your tire
wants. We carry the Good
rich, Fisk and other makes.
With several years' experi
ence as a vulcanizer we be
lieve that we can save you
money by letting us supply
We flush your crank case
without charge, you pay only
for the oil -used
Gasoline, Oils, Free Air
and Real Service
M.J.O' DON NELL
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
C. R. Eakright
PACIFIC CITY BEACH
Tillamook County, will
Celebrate July 2-3-4
Pacific City Beach, Tillamook County's popular summer resort, nearest
beach by auto to Portland and centers of population of Willamette Valley;
three stages daily from Portland via McMinnville, combines more natural
...vi.s u.au umci uMui uu me vregon ixast, wen wortn your
while to visit at any time, BUT LISTEN:
DARING FEATS Aeroplane stunts by Lieut. Graham.
The beautiful and petite wizard of the air, Blanche Wright will soar
through cloudland, above the cliffs, rocks and roaring breakers, wing
walking, hanging from the wing skids and landing gears, and doing all
the latest aerial acrobatics.
Oration by Senator Vinton
ENTERTAINERS A number of celebrated artists will appear in solos,
among whom are: Fred Seible, piano accordionist; Mildred Cassidy, singer
and dancer; Carlo Fricke, violinist; Jerry Ryan, baritone singer; Hymen
Breslau, cornetist; LaVera Johnstone, straight jacket aueen and others.
HIGH AND FANCY DIVING by George Patterson and Venia LaOrosse
FULL PROGRAM of athletic sports on land and water, Liberal Purses
Tug of war McMinnville vs. Dallas
Free Radio Phone demonstrations and concerts
THREE BIG GAMES OF BASE BALL Pacific City vs. Portland Dallas
vs. Portland if "
SEASON'S GREATEST ENTERTAINMENT Eddie Wright and his all
Star Cast in the Musical Comedy, "The Review of 1922," reviewing all the
best acts, songs, jazz and dances of the year. A company of 15 clever
artists including a bevy of 9 charming and talented girls in music,
song and dance.
BIG DANCE EVERY AFTERNOON AND EVENING Music by 10
To lessen your expense and show the good will of the management a
ton of clams and one or more beefs, barbecue style or fresh will be
Bovingdon, secretary-treasurer; Ausie
Bonner, song leader.
The members of the faculty enjoyed
cherries and a delightful evening with
Mr. and Mrs. Butler at their home on
The Apollo club, a musical organi
zation of men from Salem under the
direction of director John Sykes, has
been, secured to give a concert in the
chapel on the evening of July 13 at
8:15 o'clock. This club is well known
throughout the valley and has long
stood for excellence in things musical.
Their many friends will be glad or
the opportunity to hear them sing.
Many students are planning to
atetnd the chautauqua.
A motion picture made from the
well known story "Little Lord Faunt
leroy" will be shown in the chapel
Friday evening, June 30. The picture
is an exceptional one from the stand
point of the mere picture, as well as
the fact that it is made from a classic.
The members of the faculty have
announced that the recess for July
4th will begin Friday . evening, June
30, and continue until Tuesday even
ing, July 4. Classes will tie resumed
at 8:00 o'clock on Wednesday morn
ing and will be held on Saturday, July
8, to make up for Monday, July 3.
This arrangement has been made to
give students who wish to go to their
homes a chance to reach them ana
to return in time for classes on Wed
The merchandise shoot of the High
land Gun club on Sunday was well
attended by lovers of the gun.
Oren McElmurry has been ill for
the past week with stomach trouble.
Several of the boys in the district
find attraction in Monmouth now that
summer school is in session.
$95 to. $183.50
SMALL PAYMENT DOWN
BALANCE AFTER INSTALLATION
H. H. HANSEN P. A. JOHNSON
See us at the ISIS THEATRE
Sale Bills at the Enterpris
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Card of Thanks
We are deeply appreciative of the
many kindly considerations of friends
during our bereavement, and desire to
express to them our gratitude.
S. Taylor Jones and Family
FOR RENT The store building ad
joining the Enterprise office and
now occupied by the Good harness
shop. Apply Enterprise office.
Is not as well advertised as some
brands, but the quality is there just
Carried by your grocer
CHERRO POULTRY FEED
You profit by feeding the best feeds
at the right prices. Cherro poultry
feeds are right in quality and prices.
Carried by P. R. Alexander
85 Money Saving Grocery Stores The Largest in the Northwest
COMPARE OUR "EVERY DAY PRICES"
with the prices you have been paying Come Monday or
Saturday and you will find our PRICES the same
100 lbs. Cane Berry ....$6.65
Mason Pints 75
Mason Quarts 85
Sureseal Pints 93
Sureseal Quarts 1.13
2 lbs. Para wax 55
2 Doz. Mason Caps .55
2 Doz. Economy Caps 55
3 Pkgs. Heavy Rubbers .25
9 lb. Bag white or yellow
9 lb. Bag Rolled Oats." .55
3 Pkgs. Shredded Wheat .35
2 Pkgs. Grapenut 35
3 Post Toasties or
Corn Flakes 29
9 lb. Bag Fisher Pancake
21 Crystal White $1.00
24 White Wonder 1.00
14 Bars Ivory 1.00
10 Bars Cream Oil 79
10 Bars Palm Olive 79
10 Fels Naptha 79
2 Old Dutch .15
2 Citrus '.49
2 Seafoam 49
Standard Brands Only
Libby's, Bordens, Carnation
10 Tall Cans 98
ROYAL BAKING Powder
A Big Saving for You
0 lb. Cans $2.50
2 lb. Cans 1.28
12 oz. Cans '. 39
M. J. B. COFFEE
ib- Can $1.93
3 lb. Can ..1.19
1 lb. Can di
162 NORTH COML. STREET SALEM, OREGON