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THE B E A R OF THE W E E K
W EDN ESDAY NIGHT
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CLYDE T. BOXER, PUBLISHER
C IT Y T R E A S U R E R ’S Q U A R T E R LY REPO RT
Independence, Oregon, September 30, 1919.
To the Honorable Mayor and City Council
Of the City of Independence, Oregon.
Gentlemen: 1 wish to submit the following as my report as City Treas
urer for the quarter ending September 30, 1919.
C. W. IRVINE, City Treasurer.
W E W ELCOM E ACCOUNTS
T H A T A R E LITTLE OR BIO
AN account doesn’t have to be
fully grown up to be welcome here
at the Farmers State Bank. Why,
we permit the opening o f Savings
Accounts for as little as $1.00. But,
on the other hand, we are fully pre
pared to handle the biggest in the
L IB E R A L IN TER E ST
ON SAVIN GS
C. W . IRVINE,
J. B. PARKER,
C. O. IRVINE,
Glen C. Smith
Or re>â °n
“ T a k e it fr o m M e 5’
says the Good Judgro
Wise tobacco chewers long
since got over ihe big-chew
idea. A lirtle chew of this
real quality tobacco gives
them better satisfaction
and they find their chew-
ing costs even less.
With this class of tobacco,
you don’ t need a fresh
chew so often and you find
you’ re saving part of your
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
put up in two styles
R IG H T G U T is a short-cut tobacco
W -B C U T is a long fine-cut tobacco
W e y m a n -B ru to rj C o m p a r e
M IL L IN E R Y M ESSAGE
l Hats For Everyone!
I M y Fall and Winter Display
“The Koarmg Road
INDEPENDENCE CITY RONDS OUTSTANDING
Street Improvement (Paving) Bonds,
Called, but not presented
A Picture i'lay for Ej cry one Who Owns, lades,
Drives, ani.es or Wants an xiuiomouue: Men wno
love me toneii of tile wneei— women who love me
tnrou oi a nngnty -engine—cnildren wno eoo and
snout at me enug-enug oi a car— they should see
Vv aiiuce Reid in tins great story oi tne road tnat is
torn oy an inferno oi tearing wneeis.
Refunding (Sewer) Bonds
Sept. 30, 1919 City warrants paid as per canceled vouchers
21 , 000.00
September 30, 1919
Balance on hand
There are outstanding warrants presented but not paid for want of
funds to the amount of $440.51.
¡SATURDAY, OCT. 11— W IL L IA M DESMOND
in "T H E M IN TS OF' HELL.-” A drama o f the
frozen Yukon country in the days o f the gold rush
picturing the wild scramble gold-mad men made for
wealth— vivid portrayal o f the risks they ran, built
around the romance o f a tenderfoot prospector and
a daughter o f the north. Men froze to death in the
snow, perished in blizzards and starved in the bleak
wastes, Cut William Desmond as Dan Burke fought
hard and won on the square.
SU N DAY, OCT. 12— ELSIE FERGUSON in
“ THE M A R R IA G E P R IC E .” W hen Helen was
down to her last dime Fredrick Lawton folded her
to his loving heart, decked her with diamonds, and
married her. But, two weeks later she packed her
clothes and prepared to leave him. He had done
nothing wrong, neither had she. Yet, she “ was
She said she “ had enough,” but in threQ
hours she came hack. Great drama! It surely is!
T I N H
E A T R E ! \
D E P E N D E IN C B
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George L. Cooper, district deputy head consul o f the
Modern Woodman of America, is in Independence this
week, to reinstate the local camp. Mr. Cooper returned
in August from Lima, Peru, where he was American vice
consul for four and a half years, making a special study
o f foreign trade and commerce.
I am pleased to state that I have
July 1, 1919 Balance on hand
Sept. 22, 1319 Received from Recorder
Junk License A. D. Spier
Dog sold to Davies
Smith & Smith, Pool License
Nelson & Henkle, Show License
S. Muhleman, dog redeemed
D. B. Boydston, Dray License
Oberson Bros. Dray License
F R ID A Y , OCT. 10-D O R O T H Y DALTON in
“ THE L A D Y OF RED B U T T E .” Her life was
in momentary danger— sue was threatened by an
evangelist wlio Relieved that her gambling house
made Red Butte an "accursed town.” But she made
this man who was bred in tüe strict theology o f New
England, turn to her when he needed real love. The
gambling queen became the queen of the evangelist's
Street Improvement Bonds outstanding
City Bonds outstanding
TH U R SD A Y , OCT. y— M A R Y MacLAREN in
“ C K E A R lN G S T A IR S .”
Talk about gripping
drama 1 raik about lintiis—and suspense— ana
everything exciting tnat makes a plioto-drama a
corker, you 11 get tnem as you never Uad tliem before
in "Creaking stairs, made by the same man who
directed "T h e Raiser, the Beast ol Berlin.”
Street Intersection Bonds
Cock-eyed UE a i U U 'IA and pais in the Sennett
comeuy, '*WHEN U h l IS T>aE\D.’
to tne usual precedure of "Marry me, my hero!” she
gave rien tne gate. ‘ 'A nts lor tne funny bone.
| <^ M I
1 1919 Balance on hand
Received from L. L. Goodwin
K. C. Eldridge
V. A. Heath
A. M. Brown
Spaulding Logging Co.
Spaulding Logging Co.
O. F. Dickson
C. 0. Sloper
O. D. Butler
C. E. Herren
M. C Williams
D. W. Sears
W. M. Cockle
Edna G. Rockwell
J. L. W. Jasperson Est.
Martha C. Richardson
J). L. Hedges
W. R. Allin
V. J. Brown
G. H. Wood
E. G. Davidson
A. L. Sperling
A. L. Sperling
C W. Irvine
W. H. Walker
M. E. Church
Georgia A. Walker
J. J. Fenton
J. W. Kirkland
Alta R. Craven
liats that will please every one. Close
fitting turbans medium size shapes
with irregular angles or softly rolled
brims, also the new “ Turn U p ” hats.
Larger models o f Beaver and hatter’s
plush with artful adornments. Some
with natural ostrich.
Color is intro
duced in the form o f embroidery of
silk, yarn and chenille.
My gay velour tarns will be just
what the school girl wants.
A L W A Y S A P LE A SU R E
TO SHOW TH E HATS
) ALPHA BASCUE \
Air. Barnes, U. S. Wheat Director Says:
G O O D C ID E R
And reduce the high cost o f living.”
IS TH E CHEAPEST AS W E L L AS
TH E MOST WHOLESOME ON
THE M ARK ET TODAY.
BRING THEM TO OUR
Your Grocer Has It.
THE M AIN STR E E T M ILLIN ER
FO R SALE— Rye and cheat seed. Homer Hill. 24tf.
ÍTHE PHEZ COMPANY SALEM
C herry City Baking Co