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About The Polk County post. (Independence, Or.) 1918-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1919)
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E V E R Y B O D Y JA ZZ
TO THE MUSIC OE
THE E V E R T IR E LE SS
EATH ER, MOTHER, SISTER
BROTH ER A AD G U ESTS
W IL L ENJOY THE
LONG R A IN Y EVEN IN GS
PASSED IN TH A T W AY.
JU ST THE TIM E TO TH IN K
OF BU YIN G A NICE
SELECTION OE RECORDS.
WE H A V E THE IN STR U
MENTS AND THE
RECORDS AND W IL L
ENJ O Y DEMON STRAT1N G -
THEM EOR YOU.
C ITY T R E A S U R E R 'S Q U A R TE R LY REPORT
i If Your Car Gets Stalled
W e Can Start It
(Continued from Page 1.)
Amy E. Eddy
Geo. Whiteaker Est.
Oregon Milling A Warehouse Co.
W. F. Campbell
H. C. Miller
Sept. 30, 1919 Ronds paid as per canceled
Interest coupons paid as per
cancelled coupons herewith
W H E N E V E R YO U R CAR GETS
STALLED COME AND LOOK IN
OUR NORTH W INDOW . R IG H T
THERE YOU W IL L FIN D A LL
KINDS OF AUTOM OBILE AS-
SESSORIES FROM A SCREW
D R IV E R TO A TIRE. NO USE
TO H A V E CAR TROUBLES
W HEN W E ’RE IN TOWN.
September 30, 1919
Cash on hand
Bonds to the amount of $2,500.00 have been called, hut not presented
SEWER REFUNDING FUND
S ! July 1, 1919
Balance on hand
Bj.Sept. 30, 1919 Ralance on hand
Interest coupons to the amount of $357.50 will be due November 1, 1919. 4
Bond JJo. 4 for $1,000,00 wil be due and payable May 1, 1920.
Williams’ Drug Co A
“ Home of the Grafonola”
1 U-tiE J jR U o o il
S E R V IC E
July 1, 1919
| Sept. 30, 1919
A JN D c u u E i R k
STREET INTERSECTION FUND
Balance on hand
Bond paid as per cancelled
Coupons paid as per
cancelled coupons herewith
Miss La villa Cooper returned to Portland Thursday.
.Mi's, C. O. Sioper lias been unable to be out for several
Miss Genevieve Cooper is visiting relatives in Centrada
TELEPHONE OPERATOR W ANTED— See
Bauglnnan at the Independence office.
$1,000.00 (>l these bonds will be due July 1, 1920.
Interest to the amount/of $507.31 will be due lanuary 1, 1920.
CRAVEN & HUFF HDW. CO.
July 1, 1919
Balance on hand #
Sept. 30, 1919 Balance on hand
There is a warrant for $95.30 endorsed not paid for want of funds out
standing against this fund.
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Mrs. Lottie Hedges McIntosh, opened her studio this
week with a large enrollment of pupils.
Mrs. R. R. DeAnnoiid and young son are here from
Eastern Oregon visiting relatives and friends.
Regular services have been resumed at Calvary Pres
byterian church. Dr. Dunsmore will preach morning and
CITY ROAD FUND
A u g. 9, 1919
From Polk County
Sept. 30, 1919 Cancelled vouchers herewith
Sept. 30, 1919
Balance on hand
Outstanding warrants against this fund presented but not paid for
want of funds $1,447.00.
Rev. and Mrs. Cook attended Methodist conference at
Salem last week. Their many friends here are pleased
that they were returned to independence and Buena Vis
ta for another year.
MRS. LOTTIE HEDGES McINTOSH
Interstate Faculty Teacher
Western Conservatory of Music
I fe I
We make the pictures
that please tbe people
Owing to sickness and a mov
ing party, The Post is pretty
much put out this issue.
WA?t D r? ‘ IHT.IENT
HALTS D LIVERY
OF H AID COMBS
correct your vision.
Come in and have your
HARTMAN BROS. & CO.
• b a le m
o p t ic ia n s
e g o n
Send me the pieces
WAR-TIME THRIFT AND
"Either the people as a whole must
finance the government, either through
taxation or bond purchase, or the gov
ernment must borrow from individuals,
from banka, or from corporations of
If a does the latter.
THE UNITED STATES
Announces that it will sell
“ Straight” grade flour, to all
purchasers, in carload lots,
in 140 lh. jute sacks, gross
weight, delivered to any Rail
way Station in Zone 10, com-^
prising the States of Oregon,
Washington, and Idaho, at
not to exceed $10.00 per bbl.
net cash. Purchasers will be
supplied from nearest avail
able mill, which may result
in slight saving for buyers’
Wholesale and Jobbing
profits on such flonr mast
not exceed 75c. per bbL and
retailer’ s profits • most not
exceed $1.25 per bbL
Address all communications
UNITED STATES GRAIN
510 Board ol Trade Building
liG IlH IIIB IIH IIR IIG IIH IIH IIIH ilV
Specialist in the
the aid of vision
of eyestrain and
of glasses for
and the relief
Suite 414-415 Failing Bldg.
S. E. Cor. Third and Washington.
Phone M. 3630
VALLEY A SILETZ
Effective April 1, trains will
run as follows:
No. 2 arrives from Hoskins
9-15 A. M. dally \
No. 4 arrives from Camps
4:00 P. M. daily except Sunday
No. 1 departs for Camps
10:50 A. M. daily except Sunday
No. 3 departs for Hoskins
4:15 P. M. daily
Freight service 2:30 P. M. on
Tuesdays and Saturdays
High School Pupils enrolling now
may receive full High School credits
W e Guarantee Glasses
To Fit Your Eyes
Delivery of 15.0n0.000 hand grenade:
Neville Eldridge has gone to Marshfield where he has to the Treasury Department to be con
verted into savings banks for the stim
accepted a luciative position in a creamery at that place. ulation
of thiift and sales of War Sav
While Neville’s friends are sorry to have him leave Inde ings Stamps has been held up by the
pendence they are pleased that lie luis secured such a good War Department and contracts which
the War Department had with the
Treasury Department for supplying
the grenades were cancelled, accord
John Moran turned a couple o f deals last week. He ing to a telegram received from Wash
ington by C. A. Farnsworth, associate
sold the Hilke farm of 80.acres, including milk route, director
of the War Loan Organization
dairy, stock and implements, t o ------ Beeklen o f Salem for In the Twelfth Federal Reserve Dis
$15,000. He also sold the Pankalla farm for ,$3,000 to a trict. No reason was given for can
cellation of contract beyond the fact
man from Washington.
that the War Department has "deter
mined that the distribution of hand
grenades as souvenirs should be dis
Claude W. Barrick, a former resident o f this city, and continued ”
The grenades in question, known as
Miss Faye Townsend of Salem were married at Salem last
Mills bombs No. 11, were ready for
Saturday, Dr. H. C. Dunsmore officiating. They will re shipment
to the American forces in
side at Prescott where the groom is employed as an engi France when the armistice was signed
neer and mechanic.
?! At the request of the Treasury Depart
ment the War Department agreed to
turn these banks over to the Treasury
Department for conversion into savings
banks, and immediately upon an
nouncement that they would be dis
tributed to the putchasers of War Sav
ings Stamps and Treasury Snvtngs
Certificates, millions of orders Hooded
In. In the Twelfth Federal Reserve
District alone banks and trust com
A panies through which the grenades
were to he awarded had ordered nearly
100.00U of the souvenirs. These and
all Other order» throughout the nation
will have to he cancelled.
W e can guarantee glasses to fit your eyes
In Its telegram lo Farnsworth the
Treasure IVpartmcnt stated that O r
because: W e have all the very best testing
ttfleates o f Achievement signed by
instruments made; Our Optometrist is a highly
Secretary Glass will be awarded in
stead of the grenades to all school
skilled vision specialist; We grind our own
who worked durinc the vaca
lenses to meet your need.
tion to obtain a bank and who bought
Our charges are uniform and very reasonable.
enough War Savings Stamps to entitle
them to grenades.
You only pay for what is actually required to
i i i w i i i i i i H 'i i w i w i i m n i i t i • « ¡ and return to you in a few hours.
Announcing the 1919-1920 Season
Mrs. Rebecca Jane McElmurray, aged 89, mother of
“S. H. McElmurry, Mrs. P. E. Compton and Mrs. Safronia
Alexander, died at Albany on Tuesday, Sept. 30. A more Grenades Were to Ee Given
Away a» S ü ./cnirs to
extended mention o f her death « ill be published next
Salem J ournal : E. E. Tripp, real state dealer of Inde
pendence, was a visitor in Salem Thursday. He trans
acted business in the capitol.
BRO KEN ?
and I will duplicate your lens
Mrs. Susan Jones of Corvallis was the guest o f Mrs. J.
G. McIntosh last Friday. The Misses Jones attended the
state fair the same day.
Lebanon Express: Friends of Mrs. O. E. Cosper will
be glad to know that she has so far recovered that she is
now able to see her friends.
The Polk County Post
has a large number
of pretty type faces
calling or visiting cards.
GASH OR TRADE
SWOPE A SWOPS
M A R Y F. IR V IN E
beginning O ct 1.
The Polk County Post was enter
ed as second class matter March 26,
1918, a the postoftice at Independ
ence, Oregon, under the Act of
March 3, 1879.
I. 0. O. F. Building
The Independence National Bank
ineso interests noiq exactly the same
relation to the government that the
holder of a fir.it mortgage does to the
owner of tbe prop,' ty and the p-iver o
the Interest If. on the other hand, the
debt is divided between millions of
citizens who iv the government, the
relationship Is as different as Is a co
operative society (tom a Uriah Deep.
—William Gibbs McAdoo. in Pictorta
The United States needs the monei
you Invest In War Savings Stamps
Buy them every week They bring 4
per cent Interest compounded every
three months. They give you a share
in the government of the United
States, Un-Ltd —meaning unlimited
Tripp w r ite fire Insurance.
INTEREST P A ID ON TIM E
Officers and Directors
H. Hirsckberg, Pres.
D. W. Sears, V. P.
Ira D. Mix, Cashier
W. H. Walker
I. A. Allen
O. D. Butler
A Successful Business Career of