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About The Polk County post. (Independence, Or.) 1918-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1921)
>(\Ve may live without friends, we may live without books;
But civiiized men cannot live without cooks."
The Best Cqoks Cannot Prepare a Successful
have Choice Koaata, Juicy Steaka ’■ everything a discriminating
cook could want.
Always a fresh supply.
City Meat Market
Fill Your Hom e
Gladden your dull hours with popular
dance tunes. Soothe your business cares
with melodies 6f love, life and laughter.
Entertain your friends with a program of
music just as it is sung or played by
famous artists for the
- f o r sale by—
Williams Drug Co.
hereafter he known as the West
ern center for broccoli growing.
About 200 acres will be planted
in Polk and M rion counties
within shipping distance of Sa
Irtn. The Independence growers
will probably put in 50 acres this
season and the farmers near
Dallas will probably plant a suf
ficient acreage to moke that city
a shipping Yx>int.~McMinnville
ket social at
FARMS AND ACREAGE WANTED
Suver Saturday having the measles, is able to be
For real servtce and results list
your property with us. Ws have
six salesmen with machines. We
inspect and photograph your prop
Sunday school at 10 a. m. erty and advertiae extensively, and
Preaching services at 11 a. have a demand (or property at all
m. and at 7:30 d . m. All in- times. Fred W. German Co., 732
Jake Mash and Jess Tann were vitecL
Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Port-
HAROLD HULL, P«stor. ¡land, Oregon.
in Independence Thursday.
Mesdarnes Clyde Hill, Hunni-
cut and Emma Anderson, N. C.
Anderson.and wife a id Mr. Tay
lor were callers at Independence
Dr. Goin of Albany was called
to see Ed Prather’ s colt.
Robert Hornbuckle o f Salem
was an over-night visitor Thurs
Salem Journal: H J. Rowe, day with his sister, Mrs. M. V.
manager of the Stay ton Light Prather.
and Power Company, was in
There will be preaching at the
town Saturday on Ins way to
M. E. church Sunday followed by
Portland where he went to get
communion. All are invited.
parts for his new equipment.
Mesdarnes Black and Chown of
Mr. Rowe thought they had the
Independence will entertain the
new plant re.dy to begin opera
Ladies Rural Club of this place
tion thiB week, but it developed
in Independence Thursday,
that there were a few part»
missing ana the wo^k was de j. The rain has delayed the farm
ers with their spring seeding.
layed........... F. B. Keelan o f the
Gale Alexander got a load ol
Ketlan Motor Company of Sil-
potatoes from Mr. Harris
verton, was here Saturday. He
and his brother have been en for Lew Stapleton of Indep?nd H
gaged in the garage business in ence Wednesday.
N. C. Anderson and wife and
Silverton since the completion of
the UphofT-Wrightman building Mr. Lichty and wife were in Al
more than a year ago, which bany Saturday night.
they have been occupying under
They have given up
“Home of the Grafonola”
the lease and are undecided as to
what they will pursue in the fu
Too much overhead ex-
pense for the amount o f business
ation of all farm lands $21,738,- transacted in Silverton is the
900, building $3,617,480, imple main reason for abandoning the
ments and machinery $1,501,489, business.
live stock $1,803.767,
operated by Qwners 1374, by
managers 47, by tenants 340.
Mias Marjorie Knapp of Penn
Henry Knighton, who
spent a few days visiting her
children in Salem, returned home
the last o f the week.
SHORT STORIES OF
sylvania was a week
crew of men rafting logs as they
have a million feet to raft yet
for the Spaulding Logging Com
g u es‘
o f Mrs. Irvin Baun.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Walker
,nd young daughter o f Eugene
vere guests at the S. B. Walker
Everybody is cordially invited
ta attend the regular monthly
service at Calvary Presbyterian
church next Sunday morning at
11 o'clock,« Preaching by the
pastor, Dr. H. Chas. Dunsmore.
Following ¡8 the agricultural
tatistica o f Polk county as enu-
aerated in the official U. S.
ensus o f 1920:
lale farmers 1717. female 44,
lative born 1468 , foreign born
rhita 284 , non-white 9, approxi-
u ts land area 453.760, land in
arms 239,621, improved ItnJ in
’arms 75,002. Valuation o f all
arm property $28,661,564, valu-
W AN TED
Independence Realty Co.
Marlnello Cosmetic Shop
Manicuring, Shampooing, Electro
lysis, Hair Dressing, Permanent Wave,
Scalp Treatment, Wrinkle Treatment.
Electolytic Massage, Bleaching and
Tinting. Special Acne Treatment,
Marinelio Preparations and Hair Goods.
A stitch in time saves nine”
C Street Meat Market
Best M eats; first-class Service
G ivd us a trial and
you will be a steady
Full Line of
‘ Fresh and Cured
Phone M 1311
The Standard Talking Machine of the W orld
Play a Victor Record on a Victrola and
you obtain the superlative in tone and
distinctiveness whether it he a comic
monolog or a solo by a world famous
MRS. IRENE SCOTT
on C Street
The Best is the Victrola
HAIR GOODS SWITCHES MADE FROM COMBINCS
R. E. Prather and son have a
N. C. Andeison bought 100
Winnie Shrunck, who has been
White and baby chicks from Grant Mc-
Frank Smith have, been chosen 1 Laughlin.
to- represent the local Rebekahs
R. E. Prather lost a valuable
at the state assembly which oc
coll friday with blood poisoning. MORE HOUSES TO RENT
curs at Albany May 7.
Blanche Harman is confined to
We are having calls every day for
Can’ t supply the demand. If
her room with the measles.
you have a house to rent, com e in, or
Mr. and Mrs. D. S.- Manny
Mrs. Lester Murphy, who has call us up.
were here from Portland Sunday
been sick with the small pox, is
visiting their new grandson, H.
able to be up.
L. Proppe, Jr.
Mr. Manny re
’ Lester Godwin, sisters and
but “ grand
PHONE MAIN 1811
Ruth Prather attended the bas
mother” remained to take a
more complete inventory of the
L ^ . . ,i* lA .A iiU ,â llA À ,i* A i
young man’ s merits.
Don’t throw the old shoes away until we look
at rhem. Perhaps we can fix them so they witl be
useful for many more weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Noe moved to
Silverton and Mr. and M rs.^tor-
gan moved trom the John Don
aldson to the Noe house.
Keep the Old
125 N. High St.
Mr. Barnes, U. S. Wheat Director Says:
“ EAT MORE
And reduce the high cost of living.”
Come and hear for yourself. All wel
come. Sound-proof room for demonstat
iS THE CHEAPEST AS W ELL AS
THE MOST WHOLESOME ON
THE MARKET TODAY.
Your Grocer Haa I t
C herry City Baking Co
MORE FOR YOU MONEY A T MOORE'S
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