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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1922)
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NOTICE to HOP PICKERS
If you wish to register to pick hops
or for day work in our yards, or at
the kilns, for us this season, please
write at once as to the number ot
pickers in your party (families pre
ferred). Price, 50 cents per box and
the prevailing price for day work at
the time of picking. We furnish you
tents, stoves, wood, tables, benches,
and straw for bedding. We have an
ideal sanitary camping ground. Will
notify you later as to date of picking
and a card will be sent notifying your
SPECIAL NOTICE to all pickers
Jt is imperative that all hops must be
picked clean and it is expected that
this rule will be strictly adhered to.
Apply to WIGAN, RICHARDSON &
CO, Wigrich Ranch, Independence,
"Do you need any typewriter sup
plies?" asked the selling agent of
the company buyer. "Yes," was the
reply. "We are short of candy and
The biggest baseball star of all
Is sometimes figured cheesy.
And that's because he always makes
The hardest plays look easy.
You can get your Hop
scoops in Independence
We are specializing on
this kind of work
Cabinet Making of
Reuf & Violette
TO NEWSPER MEN
CorvallU and Newport En
tertain the State
N A .COOL K
RANCH PARTNER WANTED
Have a 300 acre stock ranch, fully
equipped and stocked with 15 cows,
hogs, sheep, etc. Lots of feed for
the winter. About 100 acres under
cultivation. Want a man, prefer
ably one with boys to help him, to
operate this place on equal share
basis. The ranch is on a good pay
ing basis and the right man can
step into a paying proposition with
out the investment of a dollar.
Man must be able to furnish ref
erence as to his ability as a farmer
and reliability as a man. Apply
X, care Enterprise office. 21-4t
TOR SALE Garage at Yamhill,
building 36x100, concrete floor.
Good repair business and acces
sories. Some equipment. Lease
building as long as you may want.
Located n loop from Portland to
McMinnville. Write or phone Yam
hill Garage or McLain Bros, for
further information. 21-2t"
FOR .SALE Palm Confectionery,
soft drinks, ice cream, light groc
eries, confectionery and lunches.
Doing a good business. Fine loca
tion. Lots of tourist trade. . Rent
$7.50. Come look this over. Box
194, Jefferson, Ore. 28-lt
GUARANTEED in 30 Days
We guarantee to teach you
Karam Shorthand in 30 days
or it costs you nothing.
All that we ask of you is to
attend our class from one to
two hours daily
For information call or write
212-213 Oregon Bldg.,
CHERRO Poultry feeds for
The annual meeting of the Oregon
State Editorial association held at
Corvallis last Friday and Saturday
forenoon with a trip to Newport in
the afternoon, extending till the fol
lowing day as a climax, was the most
successful in the history of the as
sociation. Nearly 200 newspaper
makers were in attendance, and
there was keen interest in the pro
gram which was given in an Oregon
Agricultural college building.
To a very large degree the assoc
iation was the guest of the Corvallis
chamber of commerce and the college
during the time spent at Corvallis
and of the Newport Community club
while at Newport. These organiza
tions entered into the affair whole
heartedly killing1 the fatted calt
and serving it with a graciousness
which brought smiles to the grim
visages of the "oneriest" of the
bunch. Yes, it was real genuine hos
pitality, with "kick" enough to mako
it a memorable event.
What the newspaper men did is of
little import to the public. They
talked shop, they passed resolutions,
and they feasted body and soul. It
was one occasion when the boys;
most of them gray haired, by the
way felt that they were off duty,
a time when they could relax and not
feel that they had to hurry to catch
the mail or elude the bill collector.
They were lunched down town and
banqueted in the domestic science
building of the college by the chamber
of commerce; they were provided
sleeping quarters in Snell hall, and
then as a parting token all members
of the party were presented by the
chamber of commerce with a round
trip ticket to Newport on a special
train over the Souhtern Pacific.
With a -HUHWn irifcrii-
01 L STOVE
Some of the Conveniences
HIGH and LOW SHELF FOR POTS and KETTLES
EASILY FILLED GLASS FUEL TANK
INTENSE BLUE FLAME CLOSE UNDER UTENSILS
NO SMOKE OR ODOR OR TROUBLE OF ANY KIND
X EASY TO REGULATE AND CLEAN
per Bros. & Cockle
NEWS EVENTS AT
Superintendent J. A. Churchill
visited the Normal on Monday and
addressed the students at the chapel
hour. He discussed in considerable
detail the changes which are being
made in the course of study for the
elementary schools, which course Is
to be ready for distribution Septem
ber 1. The subject was one of par
ticular interest to Normal students
A key of mammoth proportions had as nearly all who teach will use
WANTED Hop pickers. Will run
auto truck to and from yard for
convenience of town pickers.
Burton Estate. Phone Farm 914.
WE are ready to register hop pickers.
Would like to hear from the old
pickers and others. J. R. Cooper
Estate by Pearl C. Cooper. 28-2t
FOR SALE Cow and heifer calf,
, on account of owner leaving town.
Mrs. D. C. Blair, corner of 10th
and H streets. 28-lt
Eyes-They a re precious
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
TORIS BIFOCALS at reasonable
DR. WILL J. THOMSON
Regular monthly visits
Watch news columns for dates
been turned over to the newspaper
association. It was not just orna
mental it was a key to every heart
in Corvallis. For the ladies of the
party there were receptions by Mrs.
this course of study.
President and Mrs. Charles K.
Edmunds of Christian College, Can
ton, China, accompanied by Miss
Marvin oi sa cm. were miesis oi, ..... i
K-. .tUw, t,vw,i,;i "... .. ' .. ." inumuvr iwiiu( aim
nun w Mias Todd at lunch InHt Kr i nv. Mr.
ana jun. ramunus are returning to 7 ndipg of tho Evangelical
their work in China after having Lhureh held a twxmtu cooked food
spent several months in the United L.i,, th Mi ., ,a,t o, ,.,,
I'OR SALE Broccoli plants $6 per
thousand. Brussel Sprouts, $3. In
quire Oren McElmurry. 28-lt
FOR SALE About 1200 lbs. vetch
seed. L. C. Rulifson. Farm 2202
WOOD SAWING promptly done,
Sam Muhleman, phone F5113.
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-tr
FOR SALE Fine wool sheep for
sale. Will sell in lots from 25 to
I 100, also Pure bred Shropshire and
. Hampshire rams for fall breeding.
Call Farm 1321 or see Will Bloch.
A Classified Ad
: Will bring you a buyer.
We Paint Signs
Your Car, Your House
or anything you may
want, the way you want
Independence Paint Co.
W. N. CHAPMAN
Phone 9622, 273 Main
George jW. Chesbro
Beaver Hotel Block
in Tire Prices
See me before
Honest, competent service
j 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
the country club and other places ot
interest, visits through the college
This same key was taken to New
port and it fitted every lock there.
When the boat landed at the dock
at Newport, a band was extending a
welcome and the same spirit was in
evidence during the stay there. The
Newport Community club served a
banquet in the Odd Fellows hall, at
seven o'clock the evening of arrival,
with seven varieties of sea food on
the menu and following a most elab
orate repast, oratory and reparteo
were spilled quite promiscuously.
And to round out the night, there
were the dance halls, the skatin?
rink, the swimming tank, all of which
were opened by the magic key.
Sunday morning, ample diversion
was offered auto visits to the light
house and other points of interest
along the coas't; deep sea fishing with
sturdy tugs; but strange to say, the
attractiveness oi divine service was
not dangled before the visitors.
And what was best of all was the
feeling of good fellowship which was
so markedly in evidence in both Cor
vallis and Newport. The veneer
which surrounds most humans had
been removed, revealing a likeable
bunch of folks on a frolic.
Newport's one big problem is to
overcome its inaccessibility. Con
fronted with an enormous task to
improve her highways and byways,
there is a feeling that the Roosevelt
by tho federal government. In ad
dition to irivinir an excellent idea of
the character of tho country by mean
of slides and descriptions, ha traced
the development of the native and
told of several splendid missionary
enterprises that have benefited the
Mr. Rutherford, a missionary from
India who ia attending the Normal,
gave a lecture on India at tho Baptist
church last Sunday evening. Mr.
Rutherford also occupied the pvriot
in Mr. Gentle' clans in history of
education Tuesday and gave the stu
dents a description of tho modern
A social was held at the Christian
I church Tuesday evening. A lance
a splendid timj
Many students will leave Monmouth
on Friday evening, having completed
six weeks of the work in the summer
school. Several courses which were
organized particularly for this group
of people will be supplemented by
others of the same sort for the last
half of the term. More than half of
the present student body are re
maining to complete the work of the
whole term which will close Septem
President Campbell of the Uni
versity spoke at the chapel hour last
Friday morning. President Camp
bell, always a loyal friend of O. N.
S. was cordially welcomed by the
student body who listened with great
interest to his address on character
The training schools in Monmouth,
Independence, and the Rural Centers
will close Friday after a most suc
cessful term of summer school.
L. A. Robinson was a visitor at
the Normal last Friday morning. On
Tuesday morning, S. A. Barton of the
Forestry service spoRe to the students
regarding the protection of white
pine trees from buster rust. Mr.
Churchill has in mind a definite cam
paign through the schools against
this disease, bo all teachers and pros
pective teachers are interested in
the subject. 1
solution to outside points. What will , A very lovely gift in the form of
be a most excellent highway from i a three volume edition of Tiasot's
Corvallis to the bay is now in process t "Life of Christ" has recently been
of building, but in order that Newport presented to Miss Todd for the dor-
t.l Xt. 1 4. T " 1 ' 1 ,;i . ml . ,
iiuty ia.e uie piace 10 wnicn sne is nutory iiDrary. ine DooKS are ex- t
ceDtional in spvcrnl nwto 4V, i 9
contain the Biblical text in a three
fold form, the Latin and the English
in parallel column on one page, and
a narrative account on the opposite
page. Perhaps the most attractive
features of the books are the illus-
Rev. Victor Morris of Eugene, for-
merly pastor of the local Christian
church, was a vinitor in Monmouth
Mrs. Lydia Carmichael and small
daughter arrived from Lexington
Tuesday for a visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. V. O.Poweli.
Miss Laura Emerson and her
mother arrived Monday from an ex
tended visit at Fernvale, near Glen-
dale, where her brother huti
Francis A rant of Kujfn ti
visitor In Monmouth MomUy.
WEEK'S DOINGS IN
llarlcy Alexander was thr
his brother, W. N. Alexnufct,
funday. lie n the tki-
businens at Stevenson, Wubf
Mr. and Mrs. George DkL
were In Portland Monday tie.
the funeral of Mrs. Dicldruon'u
Mrs. Dell Alexander h4 let
Miss Elvea Fischer fcf S!traJ
her over Sunday.
William Peyree and Don Pi.
made a business trip to IVr&i
Throttling Is on thii was
blast and grain is beginninr tc
into tho warehouse. lIowfv,
crops look mighty distounp.'
Mrs. Jack Stapleton is tntnu
her aunt, Mm. Addie Wright ti
Mrs. Fred Featherstont U i
upending several daya at her be:
Mias Nellie Young of Ltb
the guest this week of Mr. and 9
MEASURING BASKETS, HOP SCOOPS
SPRAY TANKS, ETC,
AT RIGHT PRICES
We Will Save You Money
Also manufacturers of
GENERAL PLANING MILL WORK,
THE FAMOUS OREGON SILO ETC.
YOURS FOR SERVICE
A co Wood Products Co.
rightfully entitled, through advantage
of location and its great resources, it
will be necessary to build a through
coast highway. Newport folks are
bound up in this project. B. F. Jones,
who by, the way, is a former inde
pendence resident, and the republi
can nominee for representative from
the Polk-Lincoln district, is president
of the Newport Community club, and
will be a very ardent advocate of tho
highway at the coming session of the
Teacher: What is the order of the
Johnny: Well Harry comes first,
then me, then Willie, and then the
Get your hop tickets at the Enter
prise office. Special facilities for
handling them promptly and effectively.
Flour for every purpose.
At your Grocer
trations, 350 pictures, many in colors,
depicting events in the life of Christ.
These pictures are, of course, repro
ductions of the well known paintings
by Tissot, which were exhibited in
the United States in the Chicago Art
Institute about 1002-3, being broughr,
here from exhibitions in Paris and
London. The books, therefore, are
a valuable addition to the library at
the dormitory, and a gift which
very much appreciated.
I Eat '' More
A very interesting illustrated lec
ture on "Alaska" was given at the
Evangelical church last Sunday even
ing by Professor W. G. Beattio be
fore a crowded house. Prof. Beattie
spent many years in Alaska in edu
cational work, having been sent there I
And reduce the High Cost of Living
IS THE CHEAPEST AS WELL AS THE MOST
WHOLESOME FOOD ON THE MARKET
' &3T Your Grocer Has It
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