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' INDEPENDENCE ENTERPRISE :
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WANTED Evergreen blackberries,
3 cents a pound cash upon de
livery of berries. Independence
Seed & Feed Store.
FOR SALE House and quarter
block, five rooms with bath, desir
able location. Seasonable price on
reasonable terms. E. L. Buchanan,
Route 3, Salem. 23-tt
Seeing through an idea is good
seeing an idea through is better
Get your hop tickets at the Enter
prise office. Special facilities for
handling them promptly and effectively.
Drs. Hewett & Knott. Glasses
fitted, satisfaction guaranteed. fl7-tf
BUENA VISTA ITEMS
DURING PAST WEEK
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 ol
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
end a card will be sent notifying your
SPECIAL NOTICE to all picksrs
It 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,
HOP PICKERS WANTED We will
have a truck to carry pickers to
and from yard. We would like to
have all of our old pickers as
well as others. Please make appli
cation now. Hugh H. Hanna. ll-3t
FOR SALE Cows, horses, hogs,
goats, household goods and farm
ing equipment. E. J. Ellis, Rick
reall, Ore. 11-lt
You can get your Hop
scoops in Independence
We are specializing on
this kind of w'ork
Cabinet Making of
Ruef & Violette
FOR SALE About 4 acres of field f
corn, suitable for ensilage. Grace
Yeater. 379 North Main St. 11-lt i r
GUARANTEED in 30 Days
We guarantee to teach you
Karani 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 inf 6rmation call or write
National School of Short
212-213 Oregon Bldg.,
Office Phone 788. Residence 1890J.
W. R. Bevcna, wife and little son
Dean, of Portland, were here with
friends last week and attended the
funeral of the late Mrs. Amos Hol
man of Pallas. Brief funeral services
were held at the I. O. O. F. cemetery
Friday ftaernoon and a largo number
of friends gathered to pay their last
respects to a good neighbor and
friend. The traits, of joy fulness and
good cheer she always showed for
her family and friends is the ono
that will endure with them so long
as time shall last and constitute their
most pleasant memory as she had
spent almost her entire life here and
was greatly loved.
Mrs. Carl Stanley of Gresham,
Ore., has joined her husband here.
He has employment at the Edgar
Mrs. E. J. Anderson left Sunday fov
a week's stay with her daughter,'
Mrs. Martin Congor and E. B. Gobat
home near Suver.
Miss Edna Schrunk of Idaho, who
is spending the summer here with her
mother left Saturday night for seve
ral days stay with her sister in Al
Mrs. Georgie Sawyers and son
Herbert, of Independence, are here
for several days stay at the home of
daughter, Mrs. Jessie Nash.
J. R. Loy attended a directors'
meeting of the Monmouth Coopera
tive creamery Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Nash transac
ted business and visited relatives
Guv Prather returned to Portland broueht ud was insurance on build
after a week's stay with home folks, j ings. It was voted to renew all pre
Mjss Addie Gobat returned to her I vailing policies and place ?4l0 on the
MR. HOP GROWER
The hop picking season is here and with it comet
the necessity of replacing some of your equipment
that has become wore and lost. Our stock of
are complete. We have Lanterns, Thermometers,
Jack Chains, Baling Twine and Needles. In fact
we have everything that is needed on the
SJtoper Bros. & Cockle
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PIPE FITTING and repairing.
C. L. Chamberlin, 316 Main St.
WANTED Hop pickers. We will
run an auto truck to take pickers
to and from work. Walker Bros.
FOR SALE 1 Rock Island 14-inch
Sulkey plow. 1 Clover reaper, Mc
Cormick. Both almose new. J. C.
Collins, Phone 5124. 4-2t
FOR SALE Folding Eastman Ko
dak, post card size, used very
little, bargain. Phone Main 1111,
Independence 4-tf ;
iSV DONT TRIFLE WITH
Eyes-They are 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 j
home near Suver after a visit at the
Mesdames, N. C. and E. J. Ander
son were among the Albany shoppers
Miss Buelah Baylee of Salem .s
here visiting Miss Etta Wells.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Leonard and
daughters Louise and Helen of Port
land, passed the weekend with friends
here. They were former residents
here and their pleasant "How-do-you-do"
is greeted by hosts of friends,
who are always pleased to have them
new annex and $000 on the stock
buildings. Also more lights will b
instated on the grounds. The matter
of choosing the various judged was
left in the hands of the secretary.
HAPPENINGS IN THE
FOR SALE 1 Mule, 11 years old.
weight 1450 lbs., 1 Sorrel Mare, 13
years old, weight 1100 lbs. Both
good gentle animals and good work
ers. J. C. Collins. Phone 5124. 2t
FOR SALE Two sows. J. C. Collins.
Phone 5124 4-2t
FOR RENT 120 acres H. Ellis. It
FOR SALE 1 oil stove, good condi
tion, three new brass electric light
chandeliers which have never been
installed, complete with latest style
shades. Price very reasonable.
Phone 5124 4-2t
WANTED Hop pickers. Will run
auto truck to and from yard for
convenience of town pickers.
Burton Estate. Phone Farm 914.
WOOD SAWING promptly done,
Sam Muhleman, phone F5113.
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
Mrs. Henry Adams pt Lebam,
Washington is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loughary, Sr.
Mrs. Fred Sfholl has returned to
her home after a six weeks' stay
with her mother in Falls City.
Mrs. A. E. Tetherow and daughters,
Ruth and Mildred, Mrs. A. Z. Ted
row and Mrs. G. B. Jones were
visitors in Salem Friday.
Alfred Jones has been on the sick
Mrs. Lizzie Bowman of Salem
Jias been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
A large number of friends from
this community attended the funeral
of Uda Burke held in Dallas Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hall of Mt.
Solo, Washington, and Mrs. Retta
flamar of Monmouth Heights, spent
Tuesday with Mrs. C. C. Marks.
Mrs. Lee Williams of Airlie visited
her sister, Mrs . Roy Pitzer last week
PLANS FOR COUNTY
FAIR ARE BEING MADE
George tW. Chesbro
Beaver Hotel Block
R. B. Swenson, editor of the Mon
mouth Herald, left with his family
early Friday morning by auto for a
two-weeks' trip to the Yoaemite
valley. Mr. Swenson will meet his
brother, F. B. Swenson, an attorney
i of Phoenix, Arizona, at the Yosemite!
jpostoffiec. Before leaving, the Swcn-'
sons printed this week's issue of the
paper and delivered it to the post- j
office. In the place of local news it !
contains contributions from subscri
bers giving their vacation experien
ces, a letter from Florence Heffley,
who is travelling in France, Italy
and Switzerland this summer, and
Grandma Powell's account of the trip
across the plains in 1851, published
recently in the Powell history.
Mrs. Ira C. Powell visited her sis
ters in Seattle last week before their
departure for the Hawaiian Islands
! where they expect to teach.
Mrs. Jane Stout of Portland, a
former Monmouth resident, is visit
ing friends here.
The F. E. Chambers family spent
the weekend at Netarts.
Mrs. V. F. Daniel, who formerly
conducted a dry goods business in
Monmouth, was in town lact week.
Clark Hembree of Willows, Cali
fornia, is visiting in Monmouth and
Tom Boothby, a brother of George,
arrved from California Wednesday.
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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
If all the plans that are now being
made materialize the Polk county
fair to be held in Dallas on October
5, 6 and 7 will be the biggest and best
that has ever been held in the county.
Outside of the exhibits and displays
the main feature will be a round-up
of which assurances have been given
that it will be held. This in itself
will draw a large number of people
to this city.
H. S. Butz, president of the county I
fair board; C. C. Gardner, vice
, president; Mrs. Robert Sachrler, sec-
Iretary; W. L. Soehren, general sup
erintendent, and W. V. Fuller, com
prising the fair board, held a meet
ing in' the Commercial club rooms
Saturday morning and before ad
journment had transacted a consider
The principal matter brought up
was the booking of various attrac
tions. A contract will in all proba
bility be signed with the Browning
Amusement company and the Hoyts,
both of Salem. Thesa two companies
present varied forms of entertain
ment and will help to increase the at
tendance during the three days in
which the fair will be held. The
features of entertainment will be in
the hands of H. L. Fenton and W. L.
Soehren. Hallie Parrish Hinges of
SaleJn will be engaged to sing for at
least two days out of the three. It
is planned to have a number df noted
speakers deliver addresses.
Clothed in fall war costume about
100 Indians will be camped at the
grounds under the leadership of Chief
Johnnie Williams. The dances that!
they will furnish will be a whole en
tertainment in iUelf. i
Other matters of importance'
II. W. Grow, engaged as agricul
tural teacher in the high school for
the coming year, under the Smith
Hughes act, left Tuesday for Colo
rado where he will be married in a
few days. Mr. Grow, accompanied
by his bride, will return previous to
the 25th of this month, as at that
time his school duties will start.
As You Wan
Them i at the
Give the best results because every sack is uniform
and made from the choicest grains, and the by
products thoroughly mixed from formulas of cor
rect balanced rations.
Carried by most feed stores.
ONLY $2.7 O
Tuesday following sale date
ASK AGENT ABOUT
15 Day 'and Season Fares
Frequent Service at Convenient
Hours with all modern travel
For further particulars ask
JOHN M. SCOTT
General 'Passenger Agent
CHERRO Poultry Feeds
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aside a large quantity of old wheat flour, and at jr j
pieseni prices this is a good time to buy your win- ;r
ici a supply.
Call for CHERRO at your Grocer
and be sure of old wheat flour.
And reduce the High Cost of Living
IS THE CHEAPEST AS WELL AS THE MOST
WHOLESOME FOOD ON THE MARKET
i2T Your Grocer Has It