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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1922)
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reasonable. Mrs. Arthur
152 6th Street, near C.
WANTED Evergreen blackberries
Z cents a pound cash upon de
livery of berries. Independence
Seed & Feed Store. ll-2t
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. 11-St
FOR SALE About 4 acrfes of field
corn, suitable for ensilage. Grace
Yeater. 379 North Main St. 11-lt
PIPE FITTING and repairing.
t. JU Chamberlin, 316 Main St.
" ' 1 l-4t
WANTED Housekeeper for home in
country. Inquire at this office.
FOR SALE- A No. 1 hog and cow
feed, one-half wheat, one-half oats,
at Monmouth warehouse, $32 per
ton clear of the sacks, cash only, to
Mr. McCleelan. . 18-2t
WANTED Youngsters to take caro NOTICE to HOP PICKERS
vi, wnue moiners pics nops. mce
If you wish to register to pick hops
or for day work in our yards, or at
the kilna, for uh this season, please
write at once aa to the number of
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, wnd, 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
It is imperative that all hops must bo
picked clean and it is expected that
this rule will be strictly adhered to.
Apply to WIGAN, RICHARDSON &
CO., Wigrieh Ranch, Independence,
FOR SALE At a bargain, two acre
of land on Seventh St, in bearing
logans. J. P. Warriner, corner E
and 7th Sts. 18-lt
FOR SALE 125 gallons of logan
berry juice in quantities of one gal
lon or more. J. P. Warriner, corner
E and 7th Sts. 18-lt
FOR SALE Before State Fair time,
one big type Poland China sow
with 8 pigs, registered, $80; a few
other sows about ready to farrow.
Sloper Bros. 18-2t
Tuesday, August 22nd
FOR SALE Foldincr Eastman Ko
dak, post card size, used very
little, bargain. Phone Main 1111,
FOR SALE-1 sow and 8 pigs, also I
oil stove in good condition. Price!
reasonable. J. C. Collins, Phone512li
Mrs. Potts Sad Irons, .
31x4 Federal Tires (GOOO miles)
31x4 Federal Tires (7000 miles)
32x3 1-2 Federal Tires (7000 miles)
33x4 Federal Tires (GOOO miles) $22,00
33x4 Federal Tires (7000 miles)
WANTED Hop pickers. Will run
auto truck to and " from yard for
convenience of town pickers.
Burton Estate. Phone Farm 914.
LOST One eiderdown baby curriuge
robe. Reward. Mrs. Oscar Fred-
OUT OF RING
FOR GOOD, STATEMENT
WOOD SAWING promptly done,
Sam Muhleman, phone F5113.
in Tire Prices
See roe before
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
Salem According to "Dubs" Mul-
key, favorite of the Salem boxing
fans, he ended his professional box
ing career last Friday night in the
match with Gardeau. Before going
into tho ring he told friends that
win or lose, it was his last fight.
Explaining his decison "Dubs" says
that he has arrved at the stage where
he has either got to follow the box
ing game or give it up. He says that
he has made a little sum of money
at the game and has purchased
property in Monmouth by fighting but
now with a family he would rather be
at home than away half the time
beating up on some opponent.
Mulkey is not quitting the game
With every Heating Stove sold for cash on this
date we will give FREE one $3.00
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without some marks received in, him up so that ho would be ablt to,
the ring, however. For the pant aev
era! years he has not been able to
breathe through his nose nor has he
been able to smell. He also says that
his tasting nerves have been impaired
somewhat also. A physician who
examined Mulkey Saturday morning
said that not until he gave up the
game would he ever be able to fix
M.J. O'DONNELL C. R. Eakrighf
Cherro Poultry Feeds
The quality of a finished product depends upon
the quality of the separate parts it is made of, and
how it is made. The manufacturers of CHERRO
Poultry feeds guarantee that nothing but the
best, purest and cleanest products are used in the
manufacture of CHERRO Poultry feeds.
CHERRY CITY MILLING CO.
Mfg. of CHERRO Products.
breathe through nasal extremity.
The doctor said that u fast a he
could fix it up ionic one would hit it
a pop ami it would close it up again,
Mrs. Mulkey, who is returning to
Monmouth from a load hospital with
a fine baby girl, also want "Dubs" to
give up boxing and get his none fixed
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Wire me at my txjxn.
come and nee vc
Thorn, lull J, QffaJ
The Enterprlso Is nill fiij,
You will appreciate the superior quality
CHERRO Flour when you see the white as
light bread it makes, with that natural
Ask your Grocer for CHERRO Flour.
HERE'S WHAT YOU ARE WAITING FOR
TUESDAY IS THE DAY
W'W.k j VJ V,
THE BIO PARADE
IS PART OF THE ONE
This caravan reaches Independence
Tuesday morning and stays here all
THIS IS YOUR
Simplest thing in the world to grab
off one of these prizes. A whole
flock of stuff that is worth striv
The thrifty soul with an eye to the
main chance is apt to cop enough
prizes to keep the wolf away from
the door for many moons.
BOY! THERE'S A
PRIZE WORTH WHILE
And then after you've won a prize on
everything in sight, stick around
FREE RADIO CONCERT
Will tell you, and you tell all your
neighbors that it's going to be
A REAL CELEBRATION.
IT'S SIMPLY WONDER
FUL and we mean just that." In justice to
yourself, your growing children, your
wives and all your neighbors, you can- i
not afford to miss the caravan. !
any old benzine
HERE'S THE PRIZE LIST
HELP YOURSELF, BROTHER HELP YOURSELF!
Doll up the old Hay Burner, bring on the Limousine, trot out the Bug, climb in
wagon", so long as it's a Ford and let's make a real party out of the bio-
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BIG FORD DAY PARADE
Uctog Olford -' 1 Mas2In Paint V --yPlece GaraRe
4. Best Looking Ford over a year old Wellington Pin owwaii motor Uo.
. Oldest Man driving Ford 1 30x3 V, inner tube " S aceh?ar Store
7. Heaviest Man
Oldest Lady driving a Ford Pair Rubber Heels V "d " 'WkSSf
iwv u iuiujiiia, n
8. Heaviest Lady driving a Ford $1.50 Box Candy n Me Market
Q T own-act TTovM-Ur i r. T?m,A ,in ft m t V, L-raVCn (V "WalL-cn.
v. ivagCOl, xaumj m a rum lu . DK. mze reaCfl b lOUr Tnrl Qnn,l.i. vT '""vvi
10 Highest Oregon Licence No. on Ford .... Choice of any Cap in House" n&AFed Store
11. ' Tallest Man driving a Ford : 1 Haircut ... wQ'""i?,t,A,,Kreamer
12. Tallest Lady driving a Ford 1 lb. Box of Candy Tn v B5ber ShoP
Pair Rubber Heel v 5 I loh te Cigar Store
Ugliest Man driving a Ford , 2 Meals DIuaaweli Shoe Shop
Equipped Ford . Side of Best Bacon " n"r,cr Hotel
15. Best Looking Lady in a Ford 1 pair White Silk Hosp i'n .-7 G&t Market
16. Best Looking Ford Bug 1 $3 Pocket Knife SmK rHy StorG
17. Worst Looking Ford Bug . Pair Rubber Heels " wlJlad E. Craven Hdw.
18. Ford Farthest away from home .. 30x3 inner Tube - Electric Shoe Shop
19. Heaviest married couple in Ford 1 10 quart Granite "BuckpV""'"" : " A, 11 Eak"e:ht
Vlnar K(.nn o in n k'nrH D..' T..1T tt i
Most Pretty Girls in Ford-.:...: 1 Cake " dwell Sh
STAY LATE I
rj'''ntr your family, bring your
friemla, bring your lunch, or enjoy
tho (rood eats right hero in town.
And don't forget tho big pridc-
r; ' :--njlependence Bakery j !T'S YOUR OWN SHOW
Authorized Ford Fordson and Lincoln
- Stevens & Co.
TUESDAY IS THE DAY
DON'T FORGET the DATE
FORD AND FORDSON
Is Hom;thing you'll rememberer ill
time. CoHtin- thouaands of ""dollsn
to cover the ntato, (hi ih biggat
attraction of' its kind ever attempted
in tho Northwest.
And this great how comes right
to your door absolutely free of cost
to you. Twenty-six units, and each
under its own nnwitr. romnrise I
euruvnn containing about 100 BpeciaN
li('H, devices and pieces of equipment
for every industrial purpose on the
larm, th6 highways, in logging campi,
lumber yardw, towns and cities
overywhere that automotive power ii
YOUR LAST CHANCE
of seeing this great show is right
now! The cost of it is too prohibi
tive tb make the caravan a yearly
affair, and it may bo several yea
before a similar show will be brought