E. | 13. Gobat. w ife and fob sale Clover reaper, cut i iuanMiiHiMitwiimMii!aii[WiMiiaiiiaiiiaiiiaiiiamaiimmtMitMii«BiMiiHn«mn| 15 aeree; Mc- M . L Conger Cormick binder, cut lOO acres; 2 Vigorous and Healthy Babies Make [ a d n a d u i r i n a n i e u r i , V and 9 spent àlinday at horses; hop baler, stove, pipe, the homes O l G. E. i l a i n u i n : baskets and other supplies. Phone i The Best Men and Women ana a \. c . Anaeusoii. 16 tf M-4312. i itev. iiu in s of ffick reall s Take care of the babies— give them a chance— so when they have grown into manhood and womanhood— they w ill not be handicaped in the battle of life by physical defects. jiiMmmmmiwMiiwiamiimiMwiiaiiiniifliiiauiHiiiaiiiaiMiiHiiiaiiifliiiaiiiBiiiaiuaiii day. 3 This Bank Encourages the Purchase o f Pure Bred Stock and we are will was visiting ins many FOB SALE « m ends nere Friday and 1 new Ford Truck with cab and i I .^aiurduv. l i e is a form er bed used about 3 months. i i pasior oi me EvaugeUcuf 2 used Overlands. i enured here. 2 used Maxwells. i i All the above cars are in good in e Uiresiiing men are i ing to assist in financing par anxious lo see good weatil running order and guaranteed by i i This store helps take care of babies. er as mere is considerable us. ties who desire to buy live stock ,1 A U T O U T IL IT IE S CO. grain in me lieicis. W e have everything a baby needs to 3 i Independence and Dallas. Airs, itobert H erron of keep it comfortable, growing and in exhibiteil at the Pacific Inter 9 i i or Hand ami m rs .. e iiarue the bloom o f health. 9 CO LLEC TIO NS i fvaw of A m ity have been national Livestock Exposition fl Knight Adjustment Co., visiting then moUier. AHs. i McMinnville Ore. Margaret m e lanin tans ■ this Fall. i week. i 4 P ick in g evergreen ber Do you live in Independence? I ries and nous is employing Then why not patronize her indus 9 l uuite a nurnoer of our tries. Eat Liberty bread. a “ Home of the Qrafonola” 1 young folks. ù Notice to Creditors id o l, vv. l. Reynolds and P E R F E C T S E R V IC E PU R E DRUGS i. wife, whojhave been visit ing m en daughter at heua- NoUce is hereby given that the j I I I » ■ l » l » I S I 9 III I I S » I I I fan a i » non. ret timed home iba t Ur undersigned has been duly a p - 1 pointed administrator of the es du v. Independence tate of W . R. Hall, deceased, by the Air. and Mrs. H vin and P U B L IC S A L E s > : re£On C IT Y A N D C O U N T R Y children o f A lbany culled County Court of the State of Ore gon, and has qualified. on Air. and Axis. A . k. an- K eep The Post phones I w ill hold a public sale, uerson Sunday. All persons having claims again C. W . IR V IN E , President ringing. 5'/z miles south of Inde Mi's. G. A . W eils and st said estate are hereby notified J. B. PAR K ER , Vice President. pendence on Saturday, Sep daughter, Anna, were Sa to present the same duly verified, j C. G. IR V IN E , Cashier. Mrs. S. E. Owen returned together with the proper vouchers last Friday from a two tember 25 and w ill sell 5 lem visitors Monday. G LE N C. SM ITH , Asst. Cashier. J. Ax. I'ratner. w ife and therefor, to the undersigned a d - : week’s vacation spent at head o f horses, 2 cows, 18 ministrator at his residence at head o f hogs, farm machin grandson o f Corvalhs. were Buena Vista, Oregon, within six Newport. Menu eaiiers Monday. ery, etc. The threshing machines months from the date of this notice. l!BIII■IIIWIlnll■lll■IIIBIIIBIIIBIIIBII«lll■lll■IIIBIIIBIII■IIIBIIIB!IIP,'lBlllfllM ■Mil»il■IIIBll> Mrs. Mina Kirkland o f 25 F. A. TORG ESO N. w ill commence threshing Dated and first published August Corvallis is a truest at the 20th. 1920. again Tuesday. home o f Mr. and Mrs. J. W . A. J. H A L L , Those who w ill camp at Kirkland. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Administrator of the estate of the Fankiiia hop vard are Shanks o f Arlington were W . R. Hall, deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Dole Pome- guests o f Rev. and Mrs. C. Mrs. J. it. L o v and sons, Swope & Swope, Attorneys. (25) rov and children of Eugene T. Cook. Mr. Shanks has Jess 'fan n and wne, mx.-. Al. \ . Prather, daughter says th e Good Judge are guests at the Owen- the reputation o f being S. grand children and FARM S A N D A C R E A G E W A N T E D Mattison home. S. Stint, for lb years and and A n d get more genuine chew not missing a meeting. This xVlrs. G. E. Harman. Mrs. For real service and results list H op brooms. 8-plv hop record accounts for his be A. C. Anderson and Ruth your property with us. W e have ing satisfaction, when you use - sewirnr twine, thermome ing a guest at the, home o f Prather w ill drive to and six salesmen with machines. W e this class of tobacco. from the vard. ters and genuine China Nut the Methodist minister. inspect and photograph your prop oil at W illard E. Craven, This is because the full, rich, erty and advertise extensively, and PED EE lldw. Mrs. Lavton Smith and real tobacco taste lasts so have a demand for property at nil Mr. and Mrs. W a lter Smith times. Fred W . Germnn Co., 732 long, you don’t need a fresh Joe Edmonton has moved Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Port Mrs. Nellie Barnett and arrived last Sunday from chew nearly as often. to Lewisville. son. Lemuel, returned Mon Cordova. Alaska, to make land, Oreg rt 4-3 Mr. and Mrs. P . M. Kit- dav from a months visit Independence their home. A n d a small chew gives more with Mrs. B arnett’s mother They were delighted with ner are the proud parents real satisfaction than a big chew Mrs. Lennmn in Salem. Alaska vet there’s no place ot it girl. of the ordinary kind ever did. W . D. O V E R T O N like Independence thev sav. R IC K R E A L L Mrs. Bertha King, who is Tliev intend to live on the A n y man who uses the Real Auctioneer with the Meier <fe Frank Co. Butler farm at Orville. Mr. Tobacco Chew will tell you Bernard P etre broke a in Portland, is enjoying her Smith expects to arrive Phone 56-3 Philomath, Ore. that. -eg and was otherwise ln-jj vacation with her parents. here in about a month. Twelve years experience. A Put up in two styles lured when he was thrown j Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Bohan trial w ill convince you. A r from his motorcycle Satur-1! non. B U E N A V IS T A dav. i; range for dates at the office W -B C U T is a long fine-cut tobacco of The Polk County Post or Another week o f good j R I G H T C U T is a short-cut tobacco Mr, and Mrs. L. Damon Lela McCann, who has phone or write me direct. 27 finish the went to Salem Sunday to been in Harrisburg work weather w ill W e y m a n - B r u t o n C o m D a r ï y , 1107 B r o a d w a y . N e w Y o r k C i t y assist their daughter, Mrs. ing this summer, came threshing in this vicinity. The grain has turned out < 1 race Hussey, m opening home Saturday. well and is o f a good duality illBIIIIIIIHIBIIHIIlBlllBIIUillllllBIIIIIIIfllM her new’ home in the Capital M. N. Prather, w ife and eitv. grand (laughter. Mabel, re L E W IS V IL L E turned from a two weeks I A. G. W illiam s, Prop, i Mr. an l Mrs. Homer Mill outing at Belknap Springs A. F. llu h er has sold his THE TEM PTING ODOR and children and Mrs. C ar and Caseadia Wednesday. wheat to an Idaho buyer j A ll kind o f barbering | lin H ill Cohrs and small that comes from our roast for $2.UiJ per bushel. g done and satisfaction g Ilarlev Hall, w ife and daughter returned Sunday beef, fresh from the oven Jeanette, the small (laugh from a fortnights sojourn daughter o f Portland were ter oi Mr. and Mrs. L'. it. g guaranteed. L a d i e s ’ g will be matched by the the Sunday guests of his Crook, was painfully injur g shampooing and mas- g at Newport. toothsome flavor of the »'•'rents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. od when her brother, in g saging given special at- g meat when . you taste i t Hall. Try a roast for Sunday plaving, let a tin bucket g tention. .Shine in con- g Mrs. Alice Skinner went Otis Cole, .who has been fall, striking her on the dinner. Though it w ill not to Portland Thursday to at g nection. ' g visiting his sister, Mrs. Ed cost you any more than head. tend the Northwestern Li ¡T b ] | » i » i » i » i : i i b ii » iih x k i a I a I u I’ rat her. returned to his you usually pay, you w ill brary Association which Chip Newton and W ebb D raw And our meat far finer was in s e s s i o n in that e it v . home in Portland Wednes than any you ever ate. Mrs . F. A. Spurr had day. Chip Newton of in d e i.uuu» dbrarv Orval W ells and sister. charge o f the public pendence and Frankie during Mrs Skinner’s ah- Alma, motored to. Portland \\ ebb o f Portland fought TO R E A L IZ E THE Saturday, returning Sun- sence. one o f the hardest battles — M OST M O N E Y ever seen here. Tim bout MILLER A SMITH WB8 scheduled iu.» eight rounds and went, the limit, W e buy everything you with both bovs standing Don’t think that Kream er toe to toe. The first three | want to sell and sell rounds Newton contented everything you want to would keep you “ dressed himself at long range box -1 The Independence National Bank buy. Cash or trade. imr, but Webb kept coming up” all the time. Most in so science was thrown to Established .1889 B ring in everything you men tire engaged in occu the forewinds and the bovs want to sell and I w ill A N A C C O U N T in a commercial bank is the most stood toe to toe and swap pations that do not permit sell it fo r you on a convenient aid to modem business. I t systema ped punches. commission. Webb has improved since tizes payments, is a check on all expenditures and of them w earing “ good” he fought Muikev here shows you just where you stand each month. some months back. H e was clothes while working. F or M A X GOLDM AN Open one with us today. I t w ill pay you to do so. the favorite when the bovs the man who works Kream went in to the ring. V I » t l » l « l l ! B l l « l l » l » l » l Bil member Newton fought a fight ^ federal reserve ] er is prepared to take care that sure surprised the JSYSTEP fans. H e is undoubtedly i o f him in A. No. I shape. lie can sell him a shirt, F I the best bov at his weight y A L L E Y A BILETZ TIME TABLE Officers and Directors in this section o f the coun coat, a pair of trousers or shoes that were especially try. Voting Newton is »e-l H. Hirschberg, Pres. C. A. McLaughlin, V. P Effective April 1, trains will j tug handled bv Barney made to stand hard knocks and get by under the Ira D. M ix, Cashier run as follows: Parker of Pedee who sec- No. 2 arrives from Hoskins W . H. W alker D. W . Sears O. D. Butler |e can’t guarantee that they roughest treatment. 1 |Oii(!ed him iu lus fight with 9:15 A. M. daily Webb. The fans are clam No. 4 arrives from Camps w on ’t get dirty, but he has shirts and pants that can oring for a return bout be- 4:00 P. M. daily except Sunday I tween Newton mid W ebb bo washed every dav and kept clean. Those who No. 1 departs for Camps ovei the ten round route. 10:50 A. M. daily except Sunday Tim little Fox boys are going to pick hops should be outfitted at Kre&m- No. 3 departs fur Hoskins fought six fast rounds to a 4:15 P. M. daily | draw. The youngsters are ers. E veryth ing sold with the guarantee that Freight service 2:30 F. M. on jSiire favorites in this town Tuesdays and Saturdays (Opposite Fanners State Bank) its worth the money or more. and look like coming bat- ;tiers. Repairing of Tires and Tubes and Adona T ire LOST: Between south auto sup W ork Our Specialty. A ll work Guaranteed. SW O PE & SW OPE I Williams’ Drug i I Í FARMERS STATE BANK “You Save M o n e y ” I THE WIND MILL SHOP | City M eat Market FOR HOP CLOTHES COME HERE Independence Vulcanizing Shop K re am er r V i ply station ami VVoodhum on Pa- LAW YERS | citlc Highway black traveling hag and containing ladies clothing Office over Craven A Welker’s Store j purse. Leave with Folk County Oregon1 23 Independence, Poet. M. J. O’DONNELL, Prop.