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About The Polk County post. (Independence, Or.) 1918-19?? | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1920)
FORDS AND FORDSON TRACT
ORS ADVANCE* IN PRICE
An advance of $100 in Fordson
Tractors anil $50 in Ford cars was
announced Ibis week.
vance will not effect the sale of eith
er to any extent as cars and tract
ors are sold as fast as they can be
DR. M. P. M END ELSO H N
FITS GLASSES CORRECTLY
i THE WIND MILL SHOP ■ i I
SW OPE & SWOPE
A ll kind of barbering S!
S Office over Craven A Walker’s Store
done and satisfaction
9 guaranteed. L a d i e s ’
shampooing and mas
tention. Shine in con
TO R EALIZE THE
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MOST M ONEY
TALLEY A SILETX
EffecUve April 1, trains will
run as follows:
No. 2 arrives from Hoskins
9:15 A. M. daily
No, 4 arrives from Comps
4:00 P. M. daily except Sunday
No. 1 departs for Camps
10:00 A. U. daily except Sunday
No. S departs for Hoskins
4:10 P. M. dally
Freight service 2:30 P. M. on
Tuesdays and Saturdays
W e buy everything you
want to sell and sell
everything you want to
buy. Cash or trade.
Bring in everything you
want to sell and 1 will
sell it for you on a
Mr. Barnes, U. S. Wheat Director Says:
“ EAT MORE
Mr. Berry of the Auto Utilities Co.,
located on the north side of C
street, Independence, is always
pleased to have people call and
look at the Nusli and Maxwell cars
whether they are thinking of buy
ing a car soon or not.
0 DN’T SHOCK HER AT ALL
Old L a d y R a th e r E x p re sse d S a t is f a c
tion W it h B e rn a rd S h a w ’s P a r-
t ic u la rly N a u g h ty Play.
The London Herald tells a story
— and what's more, guarantees itc
ii curacy--of the comfortable old
lady who was the original of Beru-
rd Shaw’s comfortable old ladies in
‘ Fin n y’s First Play” and “ Misal
“ Mr. Shaw was a great friend of
lhe family, and it was once his cus-
>m when he bad completed a new
day, to take it down to the house in
which they lived and read it to the
'pccinllv assembled company. On
one occasion the manuscript which
lie took with him was that of ‘ Mrs.
He read it
lioud. O f course, it was listened to
with rapt attention. And when the
reading was over, the comfortable
old lady rose, smoothed out her
dress, and, beaming on Mr. Shaw,
said: ‘Thank you, dear. That’ s very
The old lady, it would seem, was
not Mrs. Griuidy.— E. E. Slosson,
in the Independent (N . Y . )
Tripp sells real estate.
GUARDIAN’S NOTICE OF FINAL 4
C A R
Genuine Ford Parts.
The closed car drivers are the
comfortable drivers in Oregon.
Ford closed cars are less in price
than open cars of any other
Quality and refinement have not
b e e n sacrificed to make this low
W ARNING!=-lf you want a closed car of
the Ford type during 1920, place your
In the Matter of the Estate of
Wendell Hill Denlinger, a miuor.
Notice is hereby given that H.
Denlinger, Uie duly appointed mid
acting guardian of the above en
titled estate, has filed his final
account concerning his administra
tion thereof; and that Monday, the
29th day of March, 1920t at the
County Court House in Dallas. Polk
County. State of Oregon, lias been
set as the time and place for the
hearing of said final account and
any objections that may be made l selves as is necessary lor good
to any part thereof. Notice is here health, thus they acquire a mode of
by given to nil persons who may carriage which distinguishes them
said wherever seen, and proper carriage
final account, or to any part there is at least half the education. Phy
of, to present the same at the time sical torture, as some call it, which
and plnre aforesaid. This notice they are compelled to take, teaches
is published in The Polk County correct
Post by order of Judge A. B. Robin sleeping and all things essential to
son, County Judge of said County^ perfect the body.
Medical Attention:—The army
for four successive and consecutive
weeks immediately preceeding the has exerted every effort in select
ing the best physicians for the care
of the soldiers.
Guardian; Address, Hillsdale,
have to travel should receive close
consideration. They have a choice
First insertion Feb. 27, 1920.
ni most any country in the world or
Last insertion March 26, 1920.
j c u be stationed in any state in the
Union. They are taught the lan-
THE BENEFIT OF AN ENLIST
guage of the selected country and
many strange customs.
Investment:—A man after serv
ing twenty or more years is retired
with a pension proportioned accord
ing to rank. Besides ibis the in
vestment is good because they are
furnished clothes, food, medical at
tention, and traveling expense.
Thus we have a better man, men
tally, morally, and physically. He
is provided far better than his par
ents could provide for him in most
cases. He is given all these edu
cational advantages and a chance to
see the world. Besides receiving
good pay he receivs training which
will build up a fine character and
is better qualified to take ids sta
tion in life and be a man.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
Independence, Ore., Jan. 16,1920.—
The firm known as the Independ
ence Garage & Machine Shop, with
friendly feeling and mutual consent,
has dissolved partnership, Mr. Skin
ner taking over the Independence
Garage, and Mr. Wood becoming
sole owner of the Machine Shop.
All accounts owing the firm arc
to be paid to the Independence Gar
Prompt, settlement of past due ac
counts will be appreciated so that
no more time than is necessary shall
he lost in straightening up the
G. C. SKINNER and
G. H. WOOD.
(Continued from Page 1.)
Though the benefits are wide and
varied, they might all be classed
under the three main, before-
named heads: the physical devel
and moral uplift. In conclusion—
before the man is trained to be a
soldier, he is trailed to be a man.
(By W INONA WOOD)
A young man wishing to fit him
self for the higher things in life,
qualifying himself to take his sta
tion in the world’s work and do a
man's part, is better mentally, mor
ally, and physically if he has
served at least four years in the [
Educationally, he is given every
Your Grocer Has It.
chance to finish his public and high
school work, then if he is fitted he
has the different trades to pick
from. It is simply up to him. if
he has it in hint ami wills to work
there is no limit to his success, but
if he shows an inclination to shirk
i he will drift along as in public life.
Mentally:—It is up to him hi do
his best and if he is made of that
sterner stuff that it requires to
rearh the higher stations he will
O. A. C. BARRED ROCK EGGS for hatching.
■ Morally:—The army is strict and
These are from their heavy laying strain.
9 long lectures to the men upon the
15 Eggs for $2.00.
■ care and protection against the
vices and ills of life.
Physically:—The drillsi and exer
cises they have straighten the
body, making them carry them-
IS THE CHEAPEST AS W E L L AS
THE MOST WHOLESOME ON
THE M ARKET TODAY.
C h e r r y C it y B a k i n g C o
WILLARD E. CRAVEN
U N IV E R S A L
MENT IN THE U. S. ARMY
And reduce the high cost of living.”
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T H E
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county people assures you competent and lusting relief in all your
In every trade^ profession or branch of work there are found
a few men who, from special fitness or education, or both, are bet
ter prepared to serve you in their line than the multitude of oth
ers in the same field.
Since optometry requires especial ability in both professional
and mechanical work, men that are fitted to do both equally well
Therefore, you cannot be too particular about the selection of
the man to whom you entrust your eyes.
The professional work, the examining and measuring of your
eye defects< must be skillfully done The mechanical part, the
making and adjusting of your glasses, is no less important.
I am making a specialty of correcting children’s eyes.
PRICES ARE VERY REASONABLE for the material and ser
vice you will receive and I guarantee satisfaction in every re
spect. Office hours from 9 to 12 a. in.—1 to 5 p. m. Sundays
and evenings by special appointment
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INDEPEND ENCE, ORE.