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About Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969 | View This Issue
Friday, December 15. 1922
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Ihe Happiett of 1I r.:f ti ..
They fairly radiate Yuletide Cheer. No matter what
Ue!rf you giwnrfllra of co3t-fow carrv
sentiment that nothing else can. y a
Our prices are reasonable.
you can surely make a selection from this list:
Carnations per do z. tirn . to M
Chrysanthemums, each """""" 50 S ? &
Mixed Bouquets " ' t to0c
Calendulas per doz.7 50c nA
viiiv i.ju.-i. t.- i iiKii wiui uowers
Poinsettias, per pot
Cyclamen , ..... ,
Jerusalem Cherries . 1...
..T . . w w
$1.75 and up
- $1.00 to $2.25
-$1.25 to $4.50
75c to $2.50
....75c and $1.00
35c to $2.50
. $1.50 to $5.00
r your convenient w
tock of flowen at the "C" S
"Say It With Flowers"
Independence Floral Co.
"Flower" Phone M 4511
Greenhouses at 7th and E Sts.
Do your Chriatmas Shopping Early
I.i'la !lulli wai a weekend
r at the home of her Hunt, Mr.
Winkle of Albany.
M. Wiilker wan in Portland
mtlny in th interest of the
pn & Whlkcr store,
ira Mills of I'hilomuth in a pa
nt the Independence hospital,
1ng a minor operation.
jnty Agent Paul Carpenter
1 in IndcM'ndonce Wednesday
enrout to Salem with a load
m which he had assembled for
Mk-Marion com show, which
4 Thursday and will bo con-
1 unfit .Saturday night.
R. A. Jenkins, local manager of the
Standard Oil interent, spent Sunday
with friendH in Oregon City.
Mm. Wins l!yer left for Port
land Tuesday in respond to a mes
sage announcing the serious nines
of her muthvr.
Mm. Don Carlos Clark will give a
concert on Hawaiian guitar at Eddy
& Carbray's store Saturday after
noon, December 1G. All are welcome.
having been a patient at the Inde
yenuence hospital for a couple of
weeks, following an operation.
0. R. Newton of Portland spent the
weekend with Mrs. Newtcn and child
ren who are visiting at the Mrs.
Hulloch home. They expect to re
main until after Christmas,
Miss Marion Merrill, a
the schools at Helix, Oregon, will ar
live today to spend a two weeks' va-
anon at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Bayard T. Merrill.
Mrs. J, C. Anderson returned to
the home of her parents, Mr. and
w- N. Alexander Wednesday
from a Salem hospital, where she
had undergone a minor operation on
the preceding day.
nuiuun uriage ciud was en
tertained at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Z. C. Kimball on Friday evening.
ine Kill Kare club enjoyed the
hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. George
Carbray last Friday evening.
The Johnson family, living on South
Sixth street, was presented with two
pairs of blankets Wednesday by
Eddy & Carbray and Conkey & Wal
ker, through the instrumentality of
the Woman's club. Mr. Johnson Is
nearly blind and has a wife and five
Don Dickinson is putting in between
3000 and 4000 feet of four and five
inch drain tile on his ranch south of
town, lie is doctoring a number of
wet spots in his fields and getting
them in shape for capacity produc
tion. , I
Allen Purvine of the Standard Oil
force had an operation at the Inde
pendence hospital a few days ago
for the removal of tonsils. Like op
erations have also been performed
there upon L. D. Ruch, Thelma Staple
ton, and a son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Goldman, by Drs. Ilewett & Knott.
clearing house for supplies or by
notifying some member of the com
mittee, a representative will call for
the package. A payment will be
made at once upon the lot recently
purchased by the club, for a building
site for their proposed community
house. The next regular meeting of
tho elub will be held on January 10.
IN LOCAL CHURCHES
Church of Christ
The pastor is trying to arrange to
go to his home in California over the
Christmas holidays so this may be his
last Sundnay in Independence this
year. The pulpit will be filled, how
ever, with a competent man through
the vacation and there will be no
change in the services.
Miss Mary Guiley of Eugene, a
cousin of A. L. Keeney, will be with
us this Sunday and take charge of
the song service, favoring us with a
number of solos. Miss Guiley was
with us one weekend last spring and
her assistance in the program was
greatly appreciated. We consider
ourselves very fortunate in being able
to procure such help in making our
programs entertaining. Come and
share in the enjoyment of Christiian
Rev. Bruce Evans, Baptist evan
gelist, died at Long Beach, Calif.,
Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Compton have Sunday. Several years ago, Rev.
returned to their home in Silverton Evans conducted revival services in
after a two weeks' stay at the home ! Independence and will be remembered
of their son, Isaac Compton and wife. by a number of people. He is sur-
j vived by a widow, father, brother and
The bazaar conducted by the ladies sister.
of the Christian church on Wednes
day netted $70. Many beautiful as
well as useful articles were on dis
play and all sold readily.
Mrs. M. T. Mcithoff returned to
her home at Orville yesterday after
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By niacin, your order now there ; neea oc u
Jny over your meat for your- desire.
fe will deliver it to you any u.nc
'e will have a fine selection of ruiCKENS
TURKEYS, GEESE, DUCKS AND CHluu
City Meat MarKet
GUS MILLER, ?r0etml)0m
Independence post, American
Ix'gion, gave a very pleasing social
function in the city hall last night,
having as guests members of the
Woman's Auxiliary and several ser
vice boys who are eligible to mem
bership in the legion. Delightful
! refreshments were served and other
i wise it proved a success in every way.
; The Endeavor society enjoyed a
; very pleasant evening at the Chris
i tian church Saturday night. Formal
I ity was considered out of place and
genuine whole-hearted merriment
reigned in its stead, mere were
about 30 of the young people present
and all were highly pleased with the
results. More of these socials are
coming in the future.
With the thermometer hovering
around 20 above, the valley is getting
a little touch of winter weather.
There is some apprehension over the
broccoli crop with a possibility that
it has been injured. The cold spell
started Monday and the temperature
reached its lowest point Wedneday
night. Yesterday there was about a
three inch fall of snow which will
prove a boon to grain crops and will
Le of some protection to broccoli.
Mrs. M. E. Stunsberry has been en
joying a short visit from her daugh
ter, Mrs. Hattie Ilewett of Monta-
seno, Washington, who with her
daughter Hazel, has been for several
months, touring the western states
and Mexico. On Sunday last Miss
Hazel, who possesses marked musical
ability, delighted the members of the
L. T. L. with selections, vocal and in
strumental in a manner exceedingly
creditable for one of her age. Miss
Hazel also sang a Christmas solo at
the evening service at the Methodist
George McClellan of Albany, elec
trical superintendent of the Moun
tain States Power company, was in
Independence Wednesday inspecting!
some changes which are being made
in the local plant, in preparation ;
for a hookup with the juice wnicn
is beeing supplied to the eompany
k ihn Calif ornia-Orogon Power com
pany. As to whether entrance is to j
be madee by the extension of a line j
across the river to connect with the
Oreeon Electric or by the construe-'
tion of a line between here and
Albany has not been decided. Both
routes are being considered.
Our Christmas program is rapidly
shaping itself into perfection under
the excellent supervision of Mrs. H.
Baun and her able helpers. Our
Bible school meets at 10 a. m., A.
Justin, superintendent. At 11 the
pastor will preach on "Getting above
tne clouds." Ii. T. p. u. meets at
6:30 p. m. At 7:30 the pastor preaches
on "The greatest sight in the world."
Good singing, a warm building and
a warm hearted people will greet you
if you come.
Christmas gifts that
W. E. Craven Hardware.
last at the
We have a fine display of Christmas
remembrances of genuine worth for men,
ladies and children. What is more suitable
as a gift and what is more acceptable than
some article of clothing?
We have so many things especially ap
propriate as gifts, such as silk hosiery,
men's and ladies' slippers, bath robes for
men and ladies, sweaters suitable for any
member of the family, dainty aprons and
We particularly want you to visit the
store. We think you will find it of much in
terest and of assistance in making your
BUENA VISTA ITEMS
DURING PAST WEEK
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wells and Mr,
and Mrs. Orville Wells attended
church services in Albany Sunday.
Carl Cryderman of Seaside, Ore.,
is here for an extended stay at the
home of his uncle, N. C. Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Prather expect
to leave soon by auto for an extended
trip through Idaho and California
for the benefit of Mr. Prather's
The funeral services for Henry
(Hank) Wells was held at the M.
E. church here Wednesday afternoon.
Interment was made in the I. O. O. F.
The little daughter born to Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. Nash ' will be known as
Fifty-three at Sunday school last
Sunday. Come and join us and help!
make the 100 mark. You are all cor
The L. R. C. met at the home of
Mrs. J. R. Loy. The meeting was
called to order by the president, Mrs.
F. P. Ground. Roll call of current
events was responded to by 16 mem
bers. Mrs. J. A. Reynolds gave a
splendid paper on "The Uses and
Abuses of fashion"; Mrs. George
Grey a paper on "Education" and Mrs.
G. E. Harmon gave a reading on
"Skirts". Several selections were;
given on the Victrola. Barbara Muhs
EDDV & CA
The Big Store
gave a recitation. The hostess was
assisted in serving dainty refresh
ments by Mrs. Charles Kau and Mrs.
J. A. Reynolds. The following mem
bers were present: Mesdames. E. J.
Anderson, G. E. Harmon, Marguerite
McClain, N. C. Anderson, R. O.
Mack, F. P. Ground, O. G. Wells,
Hazel Wells, M. N. Prather, H. E.
Prather, Charles Kau, J K. Neal,
George Grey, E. M. Lichty, G. A
Wells, J. A. Reynolds, J( R. Loy andf1,
the Misses Blanche Harmon,
Kau, Barbara Muhs and Master Don
ald Wells. All ladies returned home
after thanking the hostess for such
a pleasant afternoon.
Christmas Tree Trespassing
Notice is hereby given that cutting
of Christmas trees on the Hill estate
property is forbidden absolutely.
15-2t HILL ESTATE
Mrs. Santa Claus has an awful
time. . Her "husband hangs around the
house all the time except Christmas.
B. G. Davidson of Dallas was in
jjjlndepeendence Wednesday attending
iu business mailers.
Watch our windows for Christmas
selections. W. E. Craven Hardware.
BOOKS FOR SALE 10 vol. set of
Guy De Maupassant novels, edition
De Luxe. New. Leaves uncut. Cost
$20. Will sell for $6. " May be
seen at Enterprise office. 24-1
JMn JjWfr liNif ' : ,
The Woman's club met in regular
session Wednesday (afternoon with
president Nissen presiding. A com
mittee composed of Mesdames Mac
Carthy, Sloper, Jones, Butt and
Hubbard was appointed to collect
clothing and food for distribution
among those in need. Anyone having
t. donate to this cause will
'kindly, leave same at the public
library, which will be used as a
Christmas Gifts for Everybody
Your problem of what to give will disappear the moment you enter The Win
chester Storp. You can easily find appropriate gifts for every member of the
family in our large stocks of high quality Christmas goods. :
Winchester Fishing Rods
Winchester Reels and Baits
Winchester Fishing 'Tackle
Winchester Pocket Knives
Winchester Razor Strops
Winchester Automobile Tool Kits
Winchester Sporting Goods
Vacuum Bottles ,
Automobile Blankets .
Don't Fail to Visit
Winchester SV-issors, .
Winchester Carving Sets
Winchester Kitchen Cutlery
Winchester Paring Knives
' Wnchester Flashlights
Electric Washing Machines
Pyrex Glass Ware
Winchester Roller Skates
Winchester Pocket Knives
Winchester Scissors and Shears
Winchester Fishing Tackle
Winchester Scout Axe
i. D. Hibbs & Co.
the .wfirfilCffSTIt store