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About Rural enterprise. (Halsey, Or.) 1924-1927 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1927)
R u r a l E n t e r p r is e
«>. « p e n d u u re oim oney .n c i . « i - , H a N D S 0 M E F f l Y
fur N F r Y P iF r F
11A N I J S U M t f U X
F U R N E C K P IE C E
Jverlising aioce April. Pop
H .F m UAA lue
la tio n a and
n d new
e a llh , b
rin g in g
ENRICHES THE AUTUMN ENSEMBLE
production, * trade
and . commerce, -
|1 a year In advance. Arrearages 1254c is the only way to added prosperi
a month. Stops when time expires ty, and Oregon needs its idle acrts
unless continuance is ordered.
to be producicg some of ihe mai.y
Advertising, 20c an inch; no discount crops they are so well adapted to.
Published Thursday at Halsey Oregon,
to r time or space; no charge tor
composition or changes. Announce
A ccpy of the revised “ Orrgon
ments ot entertainments, food sales,
etc., whose object is to raise money, | for the S ettler” booklet, ha, jest
charged at regular advertising rates ' arrived from tbe Southern Pacific
The shoulders of the pavement
aouth and north of Halsey are at
last receiving attention but not
until auto accidents had became of
almost daily occurrence. The grass
growing either side of the pave
ment between here and Harrisburg
should also receive attention.
lbany baking co
4oS West First
LaunJrv sent Tuesdays
Agency Hub Cleaning Works
A B E S
1 b»"y flo r a l Co.
P L A C E
and plants. Floral art for
and all occasions.
Flower phone 458-f,
T U S S I N G & T U S S IN G
¡AST A LBA N Y BARB e T T ^
1 Charles R. (¡ultra, l-n ,,.,. r
Specialising in Ladies' and Children'.
Hair Cuts and Bobs. Work GuarmSti
I0W East Second St.
Æ y , ’S ^
Announcements ot religious meetings company. Caro h-a been exercised
not exceeding tour inches, tree it
in its production and every effort
copy is received before Tuesday.
About a ) ta r ago General Mo
t «re Corporation inaugurated
ctiupaign of extensive advertising
in country weekly newspapers, and
now the company auoouuces its
net profits for the year have ex
ceeded all previous records.
^ / ^ b a n y d ire c to ry
HHaey and Brownsville
made toward thoroughness and
authenticity, it is claimed.
The 1 o >k contains three special
arfcles by faculty members of OAC
‘Soil Resources of Western Ore-
g i n ,’’ Prof W, l ,. Powers; ’‘H ort
icu ltu re.” Prof. W S. Brown;
“ Field crops of Western Oregon,’
by Prof. G. R. Hrslop.
Tbe virious sections of western
Oregon are fully described as are
also the counties. Climate, edu
cation and other kindred subjects
have beeu treated independently
and crop statistics were secured
flora F. L. K ent, statistician, U
Bureau agricultural economics.
Distribution of the booklet i-
boing made throughout the United
S ates and in European countries.
A L D A N Y STATE RANK u .
- ^ in v it e your business. Sau „ ,
commercial accounts. Capital ' ,
undivided profits, JluO.tO.1
D E L B E R T S T A R R
g A S T B U R N ’S GROCERY
Funeral Director and Licensed
LADY A SSISTA N T
4 th and Lyons Street
The place to buv goo,I groceries ». ,h.
right price. On the corner, ple„ „ oi
room to park. Albany.
CVirtmiller Furniture Co., iu,7?
ture, rugs, linoleum, stoves ranges'
Funeral directors. 427 433 we-t y / i
street, Albany. Oregon.
Davenport Music House
For New and Second H and
Pianos. Pianos For Rent.
A lbany, Oregon
I i r ® H
T ’ S O R O C E R y
401 W First street
Successor to J. U. bears
_______ W e w iU U y to please yo«
E verything in the line o ffa ls
F is h e r -B r a d e n
This office is in receipt of the new
I I M PERIA L CAFE, 209 ' V
Oregon Blue Book for 1927-28. In
Harold G. Murphy Prop
Chapel or Residence Funerals.
addition to an tfiiciul list of state,
W h nkver close
<oanty and municipal officers, the
scape w ill be crowded with Just such.
J e n n in g s Auto Top Sh ip—Auto
mained constant to her fu r neck
A fox neckpiece never falls to en
V lume contains general inform a
~ trim m in g , seat covers and winter in.
piece throughout torrid summer days. rich the dressy three-piece ensemble
| closures. 202 E. Second. Phone 41sr
tion concerning the personnel and
Now Is the time o f her reward, for as this pictures so charmingly proves
N. L. Jennings Manager
autumn breezes do begin to blow, and
fi nitionsjof all stato offices, hoards
With the smart tweed suit of au
(E n te rp ru o correspondent)
what so “ comfy" as well as satisfying turnn vogue, there is nothing so swag
and Beauty Shoppe
commissions and institutions, as
Broadalbin S t., Albany
to her vanity on a fickle fall day. as ger as a handsome fox fur piece, pret
wall as all federal departm ents
Hattie Starnes, of ShedJ. spen I a good-looking fur about shoulder and erably in beige or In platinum.
Manicuring niarcePing, facial
Auction Sat. Nov. 5, 1 p. m.
Miss Laniphear, operator
maintaining offices is the state. Sunday with Beverly Isom,
Perhaps the newest in fox fu r pieces
To say that these fashionable neck are the double or twin animal types
Ih ers is also included much statis-
Mr. and Mrs J H. Ritkard ate pieces are “ foxy” describes them in
Furniture— live stock — w ill be
cal data relating to the state and Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. more ways than one. From the mod these two In-one models are neces
sarlly luxuriously long, Joining as they
sold. I f you have anything you
The Winchester Store
ish standpoint they are all of that. do two furs at the back of tbe neck
the various state activities.
want sold, bring it in. Furniture
When it comes to the fu r itself every which Is 1» keeping with the trend to
A General Line with ;t-
sold at private sale anytime. Farm
Tbe J. D. Brubaker family are branch of the fox family tree Is rep
tractive rates. Special^,
ward heavily furred effects for full
Should the proposed initiative
machinery sold at all times
and truck insurance.
moving to a farm in the Lake Cieek
P dition calling for a decrease in
There is pointed fox in all its glory,
I J. L. Stuart, Insurance Agency,
In neckpieces there is also a marked
blue fox, red. platinum and beige. As tendency to wear sable. This fur, b\
ths automobile license fee from tbe
2nd St., Albany, Ore. Phone .33
Mrs. B. E- Cogswell called od to white fox It holds Its own triu m the way, Is receiving marked at’ten
adjusted scale of Res now in ex
Fisher Bros. Implement <3
istence to a list fee of three dollars Mrs. A. E. Whitbeck Thursday has been doing strenuous duty the tlon In the styling of garments of dis
W L. W R I G H T
whole summer through.
for all passenger cars be approved afternoon of last week.
122 N. Broadalbin st.
I lot-fur coats richly collared and
Imagination cannot picture anything
Mrs. Ruth McKee, of Eugene,
by the people and become a law,
cuITed with fox are conspicuously
mere “ swanky" In the way of a fall
not only would the state highway spent this week with her parents, costume or suit enhanced with a flat present In advance style showings.
John Deere Implements
JULIA BOTTOM LET.
L>. C. ROSSMAN, Local Manager
program be stopped instantly, but Mr. and Mrs Michael Rickard.
tering fox scarf. The autumn land
DeLaval Separators and Milkers
< - 19 27. hy W e ste rn Newspaper Union )
'he obligation of some thiity-four
Fenciug and Farm ers’ Hardware
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clark ami lit
million dollars in high way bonds tle «on, of Oakridge, were Sunday their work, for this year, in about J - A W W l A V . W A A
All calk answered d a y o ru ig h t
would fall as a direct tax upon guests at the J. F. Isom home,
L a k e C re e k N e w s
general property and would be
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Cogswell of
at lowest rate of interest
'lorn Lusby, accompanied by his
apportioned to each county.
friend, Ray M artin of Bridal Veil, Portland, who have been spending
(B y an E nterpiise Reporter)
.1 Prompt service, courteous treatment.
some time at their farm here re-
I M. B ain , w ith Lane County Abstract
Nutioial recognition has been
Mrs J.S. Nicewood and son call-
turned to Portland Wednesday.
company, AI ban v
tiven tbe work of tbe Oregon Stale Sunday afttrnoou.
ed on Mr». John Gormley Sunday.
enj iy a good mt il
Mr. and Mrs. John Rolfe drove
Development League, by such men
Miss Mary Hathaway gpvnt Sun
And know a good meal when you gel it
Y ou'll be back for you’ll not forget it.
day with her friend, I.ucile H ern
as Dr. Elwood Mead. The Uccia to Suver SaturJay evening wheie
after their farm.
C i v exclusive
». Rolfe’s , son,
■ ation Era, which is the officiali they
u l . '-»eu.
W A L L P A P E R and
publi utiou of ibe Interior Depart- G ’dW*'1' a,ld fa,uilY. until Suu lay IV N A /V A A A A « A A A A V A » A \ » A »
Miss I.ucile Phelps of Halsey
G E O - M. G I L C H R I S T
ment at Wa llington and The Ngw ’ev*,‘1""
; P in e G r o v e I t e m s < was a guest ol Miss Jennie Nice
P a in t S to re
ork limes. A request from Ray
Mi', aud M rs. W. B. Hatnliu are I 'A A A A W A V W W A A A Ä A Z A V . « wood Sunday.
T icket office Hell i.ine Stage.
. In I.inn County
inoud C Willoughby, associate ed eaving soon for California and a
Karl Williams and a friend from
Albany to S.in Francisco, $15.
itor of N dional Business, for 2000 family by tbs name of Ringdorf, I Mias Eu lice Sylvester spent tbe I ortland spent the week end with
P a in te rs ___
paper hangers furnished if desired
words about tbe Oregon system of I ,roin South Dakota, are moving on I week en I at her hon e here,
his parents here.
123 East Third Street, Albauy
land settlement. Tbe land settle. “ the
' ‘ beiug vacated ' by the 1 Miss
Gr ice Lehrer 014 was a Cor
meut department has established a Hamlins.
ren of Klondike, Oregon, are visit
vallis visitor Friday evening.
M anufacturers of
■ervioe tb it is being used by n any
R. D. Isom spent Sunday and
E. E. Hover aud son were Al ing relatives here.
N O TICE OF
farme s tbroi gbout the United Monday with hia family. Tbe road bany visitors Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. A L. Hathaway
X PA Y ER S M EETIN G
Stabs as nearly 1,500 inquiries
is working IIJ
Mia« Murgaret Ueiutich visited
a ---i crew with
a n d B u y e r s o f Eg>?s
5 2 ÎÎS
" b""" r ■
W tliout ¡th e Cascad'-fore.-t. expert to finish her sister in Corvallis over the Corvallis Suudav.
N otice is herepy given th a t on A F a r m e r s ’ C o - o p e r a t iv e
Mr. aud Mr». Thomas Ardey
evening, N ovem ber 21,
C re a m e ry
Mr. and Mr». lames Bond of
Newport, viailid R. K Stewart at
Dorris Sloan who resided hire th e Council C ham ber, will be
tbe Hover home Sunday.
s veral years »go. tailed on Mar held a m eeting of th e T axpayers
The county yrader was at work
tin Cummings Tuesday.
of th e City of Halsey held for the Atwater-Kent
anootbing up the road» in this
Mr. and Mrs. C.S.W illiams end purpose o f adopting th e bu d g et io ls t e r , F e d e r a l,!
neighborhood last week.
Mrs. Henry Brock drova to Cor for th e y ear of 1928. as p rep ared a n d C ro s le y
M r. Tom Ho er of Monroe, B“ri vallis Friday. They visited Helen by th e budget com m ittee
Haynes and family and W.E. Ho Williams who is attending sebot
E stim ated E xpenses'
ver of Harriaburg, spent Bunday there.
•I E E. Hover's.
Mr, and Mrs. Guy Herm an of
Mrs. H erm an’s
and most important
brother. Mr. Henry Brock and
among the season's
ie a lth Officer
family, Sunday. M rs. Dicey Brcck
new fashions are the
her friend, Miss Grace Pehrraon.
diagonal lines featured
was also a gu st.
S treet L ig h tin g
by this handsome frock
Tiie Pine Grove community
Mr, aud Mrs. C. R Evans have
S t e t t e r ’s
in its sutphee closing
meeting will be held Friday, Nov. recently installed a Kohler pover tre e t In tersection
and attached tiers This
» h. Ibe Corvallis Chamber of and lighting system which also
stvle is most suitable for
Commerce will be the entertainers operates the milking machine and S treet Work
the new silk crepes and
A lb a n y , O r e .1
for the evening.
other conveniences of their modern
light weight wools now
Mrs. Harry Btewait visited Mrs boms west of Halsey.
ready at our Piece-
I M M N M M M I _________
''<« ■ ■
E Hover the first of the week
and look R. K. Stewart borne with
pattern, designed for
A lb a n y
to 46, is on sale
her to visit at the Btewait home at
at our Butterick Pattern
West S lajtoo.
E stim ated Receipts:
S un. Mon., Tues. Nov. 6 7-8
State» Court anti all Courts in
Oregon. Offices in Baltimore Bldg
A number of Pine G rore people
R en ee A d o re e in
attended the Hallowe'en program
given at the Peoria achool houae |
Monday evening by Miss Agnes
Chandler and her pupils.
RECA PITU LA TIO N
Estim ated Expenses
Mrs. E. E. Hover weul to Har-
stim ated R eceipts
riaburg Thursday to spend a few
day» with Mis. Everett Hover who
422 W e s t E ir s t S tre e t
Amt. to be raised by t a t »2000.00
is slowly recovering f-Cm illness
Thursday and Friday
A lb a n y , O re g o n
but is still confiued to her bed.
By O rder o f Council:
E s th e r R a ls to n in
Bert S. Ciark, Mayor.
DO NOT forget tbe big piano sal«
D. H. S tu rte v a n t, C hairm an.
00 at Daveop irt Music Store in
1 3rl J, Hill, Recorder.
Albany all of November. N2I
Allphin’s Auction House
Dishes and Crockery ware !
“ Back to God's Country
E. L. Stiff
_ _ l‘The Heart Ih iel"
K O O N T Z ’S
Tbe Enterprise $1,00 a year
Universal & Colonial Ranges