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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1922)
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, INDEPENDENCE ENTERPRISE
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that community, In tho statement of
Th library maintained In the
Ouk Point school house and until
school opens will be open on Thur
day only from 2 until 4 o'clock.
-n Cascade Linen Envelopes FREE with
1 pound of Cascade Linen Paper at 50c
i? Jlar 75c Dezira Talcum FREE with
R ffra Face Powder at $L50
Rc(mlar 25c Jonteel Soap FREE with
Jontecl Face Powder, Regular .... .50c
n E Sodium Phosphate, 4 oz. Reg. COc
Special - - - 4k
Lord Baltimore Portfolios, Regular 60c
Special -r - 40c
First Aid Emergency Kite 50c
Milk Magnesia, 10 oz. Regular GOc
4 Special -- - 40c
Palm Olive Soap, 3 for 25c
Venida Hair Nets, 3 for 25c
Theatrical Cold Cream, 1 lb. Regular 75c
Special - 58c
WILLIAMS DRUG CO.
ord Day Cap Day Tuesday
AUGUST 22, 1922
THAT'S THE DAY WE WILL
$2.25 CAPS for $1.50
$2.00 CAPS for $L25
S1.50 CAPS for L00
$1.00 CAPS for - 75c
BOYS' CAPS 50c
- SEE WINDOW FOR DISPLAY
0. A. KREAMER
For Caravan Day Only-
WEINIES, BOLOGNA AND MINCED HAM
PER POUND ONLY
Hop PickersYou will find this the place to get
your fresh and cured meats.
Home made Sausages of all kinds.
For lunches, we have all kinds of desirable
City Meat MarKet
GUS MILLER, Proprietor.
Fay Dunsmore Is hero from Gates
to spend a few days with home folks.
Frank and Seth Fawk of Rlekreall
were hero Tuesday attending to busi
Mrs. M.J. Bulloch spent tho week
end with Portland relatives, return
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sloper anil
children spent last week in tho
SiuHlaw country west of Eugene.
Willard E. Craven has a new Dodge
Brothers' touring car which he pur
chased front tho .W. B. Huggins
Art Black and Dean Craven have
returned from a several weeks' trip
which took them as far south as
Mrs. E. O. Gersin and daughter,
Margaret, of Portland spent last week
with Mrs. Gersin's mother, Mrs. J
W. Kirkland. Mr. Gersin drove here
Sunday nad all returned that evening
Cars will be at the K. P. hall Sun
day morning at 9:30 to take all who
may witth to attend the K. of P,
picnic at Rickreall.
Mrs. Ellen Davis and daughter,
Evelyn, returned last Friday from
Portland, where two weeks were
spent with Mrs. Davis father and
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Vnatkins re-
turned Sunday from Neskowin, where
they spent two weeks. Mr. and Mrs
Peter Kurre arrived home Monday
from the same place.
A. C. Moore and C. G. Irvine, ac
companied by their families and Mrs
Z. C. Kimball and daughter motored
to Lebanon last Sunday, picniced in
the park and then went on to Soda'
ville in the afternoon.
Mrs. D. B. Johnson of San Francis
.... .1 . 1 - M I
po. alter a visit at me nome oi iier
sister, Mrs. J. E. Hubbard, has gone
to Portland to spend a few days with
Claude Hubburd and family before
returning to her home.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Williams,
Miss Thelma Williams,Mr. and Mrs.
Guv G. Walker will drive - Sunday
morning to the farm home of J.
L. Clark, near Eugene, and spend the
Miss Jewell Warriner went to
Portland, Tuesday, where a sister re
sides and where she expects to re
main permanently. She will be joined
by her father, J. P. Warmer? as Boon
as he can arrange to make the
B. II. Fritch, manager of the Union
Oil company's interests at Dallas,
was in Independence, Wednesday, at
tending to company business. Union
officials have had their eye on Inde
pendence for some little time as a
possible distributing point.
Mr. and Mrs. Al. Whitney have re
turned to Gates, where Mr. Whitney
will resume in a few days his work
00 nnprntor of the Grover Mattison
truck. Mr. Whitney's eye, injured
several weeks ago, is still giving
him trouble, but continues to improve.
Mr. and Mrs. John Becker and Mr
and Mrs. Elmer Addison returned
Sunday from a two weeks outing.
Goinir first to Neskowin, they went
from there to the McCredie Springs,
'where they spent the greater part
of the "time.
Mr. end Mrs.' Carl Anderson re
turned last Saturday from a week's
outing at Astoria, Tillamook and a
Journey over the Columbia highway.
They were accompanied by Mrs. An
derson's mother, Mrs. Webb of Falls
City and Fred Do Armond and family.
Glen C, Smith returned last week
from an outing to Astoria and other
points along the coast. He was ac
companied by B. B. Iiobb of Salem
and T. F. Fairchild of Oregon City.
They fouid some excellent fishing
and as an exhibit brought home with
them a fine showing of salt water (
A. L. Kullander and C. C. Archi
bald are home from a two weeks'
outing. Accompanied by Mrs. Kul
lander and Mrs. Archibald, they went
to the McCredie Springs and spent
most of the time fishing. Returning
to Independence, they rounded out
their vacation by a drive to Portland
and up the Columbia river highway
as far as Hood River.
Prof. 0. D. Byers in the company
of two Albany friends, Messrs. Ander
son and Van Avery, left yesterday
for Tiller, Oregon, in order to be in
the forest primeval when the deer
season opens Sunday morning. From
Tiller they go by pack horses 12 miles
into the mountains to a point where
they expect to find 'em as thick as
jackrabbits in the sage brush country.
Just how long they will remain is
problematical, but they are anticipat
ing use of their six tags.
Postmaster Homer S. Wood was
in attendance yesterday at the funeral
of an uncle, J. B. Sperry, at Browns
ville. Mr. Sparry wasan Oregon
pioneer, coming to the coast over
land in 1853. Brownsville was the
old home of the Sperry family, but
Mr. Sperry spent much of his life in
eastern Oregon and Wyoming in the
sheep business. Mr. Sperry was 8G
years old and had taken quite a prom
inent part in Oregon affairs in the
earlier days, being a 'representative
in the state legislature from an east
ern Oregon district at one time. He
is survived by one daughter, Mrs.
Ethel Cooley of Pendleton.
Attorney B. F. Swope arrived home
last Friday from a three weeks' trip
to his old home in the northwestern
part of Missouri. He was accompa
nied there by his brother, Dr. Swope
of Philadelphia, Pa., and his sister of
Salem. The brother returned to his
Pennsylvania home and the sister
returned to Salem in the company of
Mr. Swope. In speaking of the trip,
Judpe Swope said: "We had a very
pleasant time. Missouri has the best
crops in years. There has been lots
of rain this summer; if anything, too
much, and everything is thriving,
The o) real hot weather experienced
was in the eastern Oregon country.
In Missouri, it was nice and cool with
vegetation in a thriving condition."
We are making our first showing of the
newest things in feminine footwear for the
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 anytime
and let us show you the new things in
footwear. They are sensible,in design and
Eddy & Carbray
THE BIG STORE
BARBER SHOPS OPEN EVENINGS
Independence barber shops will be
open evenings until October 1st for
the accommodation of hop pickers.
Hop supplies, hop sewing twine,
lanterns, brooms, thermometers at
You can safely come to Dr.
Thompson for consultation
and examination, knowing that his
years of experience and knowledge
are always at your service. Consult
him about your eyes next visit
Tuesday, Aug. 22 Local .hotel all
day. ' H-2t
Hop picker's supplies, tape.tin cups
and plates, fry pans and camp stoves
at Craven's Hardware.
Another Satisfied Customer
B OA S T
of his 8-16 International Tractor
and Tractor Disc.
Whv not be satisfied?'
Drs. Hewett & Knott. Glasses
fitted, satisfaction guaranteed. fl7-tf
a n For Ford's
H)0 SlllS Demonstration
FoTthe one da Y 6Kiy Day-A ug.22nd
$5.50 and $5.00 Wash Boilers for $3.75
2.50 Wash Boilers ... . f.OO
2.00 Clothes Baskets ....
Steel Wool 10
REMEMBER THE DATE
Cooked Food Sale
The ladies of the Methodist church
will hold a cooked food sale at the
J. G. Mcintosh Grocery, August 19th.
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-tI
A Classified Ad
Will bring you a buyer.
Good 5 room house and one acre
fine land close in, plenty fruit etc.,
to trade for good house and lot
Four room house, 2 big lob, fine
bearing orchard and fine garden,
concrete walks, east front a:iJ well
located, $1700, good terms.
Six room house, 2 big lots, plenty
fruit, fine location, $1600.
Four room cheap iouse and nearly
three lots, $450, terms.
First costs are misleading.
A' little paint is deceiving.
Profits in Farming or Business are
made by being f oresighted enough to
buy the best which will do your
We have it in our lines
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J. D. HIBBS & CO.j
Machinery : Hardware j
INDEPENDENCE, REALTY CO.
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