Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, August 11, 1922, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    ft(jflAugust 11, 1922
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Mra. Van Dctrick
dent hero Jn the early days, wan here
we Kiting old friends.
We have a
To Fit Your Car
at a Price to
Fit Your Purto
30x3 y Cord $12.75
No war tax and all other sizes in proportion
Independence I ron Writs
Halladay, Justin & Wood
'Independence, Oregon
m Bluch wm htfre from ValseU
th weekend.
;i Goldie Hooker of St. llelriu
m on a vUit to relatives.
!Ui Mabel IJffker of Salem spent
wwkend with Mm. Clara Taylor.
it nd Mm. G. I. mnn spem
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hriUy and Sunday wun onvm
r. nd
Mm. K. E.
Duganne arc
at Ilelknap
m a t '
vilUm Hover and on or Airue
It here Thuritdity attending to buai-
i matters.
Htl I. Rice, formerly of this
5, now of The Dalles, ia a gumt of
i. Bertha Ferguson.
jln. Jennie Sliter and niece, Mlaa
Jitrice Sliter of Montana are home
jer t week at Newport.
irge M. Ilrown of Salern, assoc.
e justice of the supreme court,
ted a party of frlendn here last
Sunday evening and had lunch In the
auto camp ground. '
Misses Mary and Elizabeth SchulU
of Salem spent the weekend at the
George Ruef home.
Mr. and Mm. Joe Oberson and
little daughter, left Wedneaday for
a two week' stay at Netarts.
Gua Miller haa teen enjoying a visit
of aeveral daya from a boyhood
friend, Ed Cilliam of Portland.
Mra. W. N. Sharp of Portland haa
been (pending a few day at the home
of her daughter, Mra. A. E. Horton.
Miai Lillian Kreyer of Portland
haa been visiting for aeveral dayi at
the home of her aunt, Mm. Job
U. G. Davidson of Dallas, Manager
of the Elliott Motor company, waa in
Li(inrirt T)
"" linn purcnascu a,
tilt IV VllKll IT I . . . '
. . tuul(e. iie tl working In
Salum, driving to and from there
Dr. and Mr., p. G. Hewctt and
family were weekend guests of Mra.
Hcwett'a mother, Mrs. V,"alncott, of
Oakland, Oregon.
"arry Ord and II Hirschberg
went to Portland last night and they
will be Joined today by It. M. Wal
ker and D. E. Fletcher.
Mra. Leonard Ruch, who aubmitted
to an operation for appendicitis at the
Independence hoapital recently, ia re
ported as improving rapidly.
J. G. Mclntoah Sa recovering from
Intestinal poisoning. He has been
confined to hii home for about a
week. ,
Mra. Suaon Jonea and daughter
Kathcrine of Corvallia, were Satur
day guests of Mr. and Mra. J. G. Mc
lntoah. Lee Robinson, accompanied by Mis
Pearl Smith and Mra. Frank Berry
and children, ia apending the week at
Pacific City.
Mr. and Mra. W. II. Walker and
Miaa Emma Ilenkle have been apend
ing a few days visiting with Rose
burg relativea.
Mihb Kathenne Arbuthnot left
Thursday for a visit of five weeka
with frienda in Dea Moinea and other
Iowa towns.
Weekend guests at the W. II,
Mattiaon home were Messrs Will Mat-
tiaon, Frank Parker and Cpat. Ed,
Parker of Astoria.
The Oak Point school house haa
been made still more attractive by
new paint, the work being: done by the
Independence Paint company.
Rain laat night the first eince
about May 1st put the red spider
Independence yesterday attending to 'out of commission and at the same
time is doing some damage to grain,
business matters.
Mr. and Mra. Frost of Portland
motored to Independence Sunday to
visit for the day with Mr. and Mrs.
Pearl Hedges.
MisaThelma Williams, who has
been for the past three weeka in a
Portland sanitarium, has returned to
Independence much improved in
health. . ! ,fJR
For Your Picnic Lunch
and any hot weather meal, our cold meats are un
excelled. We have a fine assortment of wholesoome,
delicious and satisfying meats. Phone your order.
Our delivery service is efficient.
City Meat Market
GUS MILLER, Proprietor.
Independence,- Oregon.
KT0DAK- ah t aim
u i
We operate a complete Kodak filling Station.
Fresh Eastman Kodak Films and Supplies
Box Brownies
$2.00 to $5:00
luto Kodaks
$6.50 to $33
For better Pictures let us develop and print
your Films
Mrs. L. Rice, who has been making
her home at The Dalles for nearly a
year, is here visiting with friends,
Mrs. Rice may return here to reside.
Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Thompson of
Ilelmick stopped here Tuesday and
spent the day with friends while en
route to their home from a visit to
the Yakima country of Washington.
Chester William Chambers of
Kings Valley is driving; a new Ford
touring car which he purchased from
the Stewart Motor company a few
days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Batton of Port
land, accompanied by their daughter,
Mrs. Underwood of Astoria, spent
Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs.
J. C. Donaldson.
Mr and Mrs Frank Hennagin,
daughter Ethel, and Miss Carrie
Bailey motored to . Newport Friday.
Mr. Hennagin returned Monday, the
remainder of the party remaining
for a week. ;
0. D. Byers is making improve
ments to his residence at the corner
of Fourth and D streets. A porch,
8x20 feet is being added to the rear
of the building.
Homer S. Wood, accompanied by
Mrs. Wood and their children and
Marylou Myers, drove to Pacific City,
Sunday, and spent the day on the
Mr. and Mrs. John C Donaldson
will leave Sunday on a two weeks
outing. They will go first to Free
water and then go down the Colum
bia highway to Seaside and other
points on the beach.
L. Damon is making extensive im
provements to his residence, and when
finished it will be virtually' a new,
modern structure. Concrete founda
tion, bath room and other important
changes are being made.
Homer lodge, Knights of Pythias,
will entertain Monday night in the
lodge room with the Pythian Sisters
as the complimented guests. There
will be a program and a lunch will be
A. L. Thomas spent the week
end at the Hibbs cottage at Newport,
where Mr. and Mrs. Hibbs and Mrs.
Thomas are sojourning. Mr. Hibbs
was in a critical condition for a few
ilnvs. following an acute attack of
indigestion, but he is gradually re
gaining his health .
J. W. Dimick made a brief halt here
Wednesday while enroute from Port
land to the McCredie hot springs,
where he will remain for five or six
weeks. He waa accompanied by Mra.
Dimick and their grandson, Loron
The members of the Woman'a club
are notified through the secretary,
that the empty fruit Jars to be filled
for the Albertina Kerr home are at
the Baptist church. Take a filled
Jar there and get an empty one in
ita place.
George II. Wood drove to Portland
Tuesday morning and spent the day
attending to business matters, re
turning in the evening- He waa ac
companied to Oregon - City by Mra,
Wood, who spent the day with friends
Mm. May , Turner is having in
sailed on her ranch near Airlie a
Fairbanks-Morse pneumatic water
system and is adding a bath room to
the commodious ranch home. The
work is being done by Mr. Booth for
J. D. Hibbs & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ilenkle have
been in Portland this week. They
were accompanied there by A. L.
Keeney, who ' returned Wednesday.
The Henkles wlli be home today.
Ilenkle and Keeney were in atten
dance at the annual meeting of the
Oregon Funeral Directors' associa
tion. 1
E E Holcomb, who lives on a rural
ronte out of Albany, accompanied by
a neighbor, Frank Crabtree, was in
Independence, Monday. Mr. Holcomb
is a former resident of this city,
leaving here about 18 years ago. He
served on the police force here was
was also fire chief. Mr. Holcomb has
been farming and came here for the
purpose of locating a farm which
could be rented.
Judge George W. Stapleton of
Portland was here a few days ago
attending to business matters and for
a visit with relatives. The judge
who was an Independence boy, ap
parently became confused and parked
bis car on the wrong side of the
street. His attention to this was
called by a friend before Chief of
Police Parker had an opportunity of
haling the Portland jurist before thj
local police court.
Charles E .Hout, father of Miss
Frank Hout, county librarian, died
at the Good Samaritan hospital, Port
land, August 31st, of complications
which developed following a major
operation to which he submitted a
few days before his passing.
Mrs. Hout was with her husband
during his illness and accompanied the
remains to Corvallis, where inter
ment was made in Crystal Lake ceme-
A social gathering of the L. T. L.
members at the M. E. Church Sat
urday proved to be a great success.
They had a good program after which
their pictures were taken. The pro
gram follows:
Song "We're Coming"
Lord's Prayer.
Roll call answered with Bible verse
28 responded.
Song "America is Free"
Piece The cigarette will get you",
given by Lavita Bulloch
Solo "What would Mother say" by
Readings "A Talk" written by
Bob Burnett, given by Evlyn Clemo,
"Words of help for a Christian girl"
read by Aunt Lou
Song "Whoever heard of a Poor
Old Horse"
Collection for farm home of 76c
Pledges Frances Willard's child
hood, Anna Gordon
Rally Crys State and City
Prayer "Great King of Nations"
written by John Gurney
Because "Auntie" Ingram was not
able to come to chaperone them tho
children took her ice cream, also
some was taken to Mrs. Morgan, pres
ident of the W. C. T. U.
You can safely come to Dr.
Thomflson for consultation
and examination, knowing that hist
years of experience and knowledge
are always at your service. Consult
him about vour eves next visit
Tuesday, , Aug. 22 Local hotel all
day. n-2t
Cooked Food Sale
The ladies of the Methodist church
will hold a cooked food sale at the
J. G. Mcintosh Grocery, August 19th.
Make $500 today Swell litt'o mod
ern bungalow, 4 rooms, bath lavatory,
lights, concrete walks and paved
street, close in for $1100. Good tarms
One acre ground, 2 large poultry
houses, fine location, $750, terms.
Weifi Leafar
We are making our first showing of the
newest things in feminine footwear for the
Fall season.
We are particularly pleased with" our line, !
which includes all styles and makes.
"Flappers" are the niftiest thing on the
market patent leather straps, low heels,
brown kid and black kid.
We carry a very complete line of shoes
of all kinds. We want you to "SEE" what
we have. Come to the store at any time
and let us show you the new things in
footwear. They are sensible in design and
Eddy & Carbr ay
Independence, Oregon. . :,
J. E. Hubbard.
C B. Smith.
EensSDage Cutting
Demands '
The Right Tools at the
Right Time
The International or the Ross Ensilage Cutters are
built for service and fill every requirement that can
be demanded of them.
Strong - Durable - Servicable
Built Right
Prices Right