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About The Polk County post. (Independence, Or.) 1918-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1921)
Mrs. Wm. Cockle went to Sa
SHORT STORIES OF ter,
lem Wednesday to visit her sis
Mrs. Taylor, who is in a
Call Halladay & Justin
TOWN AND COUNTRY
auto or tractor emergency.
your grand dad did before
Are You Lp-to-Date? That
Stewart Motor Co.
And persist, “ Itdoesn’t pay?”
Think the whole world knows
Ford Shop News Do you load it at the muzzle
Gus Miller not only offers meat
J. E. Hubbard was in Part- The Dokkes ha<l a big time
Nobody accuses Lenore Davis
to the public, but poetry al»o.
being Edgar Allen Poe’s “Lost
land last week end.
0. A. Kreamer’s logic is sound. of
ty or more from Independence ( Don’t
for he can be fou.id at
miss reading it.
Motor Co., having
Miss Gladys Reynolds was
squirm in agony.
Merton Miller as parks-
here last week from Albany.
good Grafonola music for the succeeded
tired business man.
Jack Abbott 0 / Portland an
Harold Reynolds made a busi
W. E. Craven is authority on swers
roll call as shop foreman
ness trip to Portland this week. I Henry McElmurry have been fishing paraphernalia.
Stewart Motor Co.
elected by Valley Lodge I. O. O. ! Spaulding Logging Company
F. to represent the local lodge- saya thrifty home makers apply The following people have
Mrs. Word Butler spent the men
the Grand Lodge to be the sound principle of paint1 closed deals with the Stewart
week with her daughter, Mrs. held in at Albany
Motor Co.: Fred Powers, Inde
Smith, in Corvallis.
pendence, touring; M. B. Cooper,
tractor; Fred Smith, Monmouth,
Homer Hill was in Salem Electric Shoe Shop say, “ Don’t tractor.
The Bookery in Saleaa quotes Wednesday to see his son, Ar
some interesting prices in their nold, who has been in the Dea- j throw the old shoes away.”
Phone the news to 7022.
ad. Read then.
coness hospital for several weeks. Cooper and Dickson of the:C
Street Meat Market offer perfect
Mr. Hill reports that while his service.
Master Halley McKinney of son is steadily improving his
Sperling will put a spring suit
Portland is visiting his aunt, progress is by no means rapid.
on your auto.
Mrs. J. S. Robbie.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Craven Stewart Motor Company is al
Emerson Groves, cap ain of are expected home this evening ways ready with the old reliable
Company K, spent the week end from Pasadena, Cal., where they Ford products.
with Portland friends.
were' summoned on aecount of Go to McIntosh’s for bargains !
the death of Mrs. Craven’s in standard brand groceries.
A marriage licenss has been aunt, Mrs. D. P. Taylor.
A number of Independence
issued to J. B. Violette and Mrs.
Amy Eddy. The announcement
Tuesday night where they assist
does not come as a surprise to city council Wednesday night, I ed
the close friends of the couple. remonstrances against the pro the several
of the order.
The wedding will probably be posed paving of the alley be
celebrated at the Eddy home tween First and Second streets
were heard. The council did not
deem the remonstances as suffi
Fisk Rsd Tops
Just Received a Shipment of Tires.
Mrs. Lucy Smith entertained
the Ladies Aid of the Christian
ehurch at her home Thursday Much interest is manifested in Neatly
and Promptly Done at Very
Keasonab e Price*.
afternoon. Sewing and light re the meetings at the Baptist
freshments furnished diversion. church which will close Sunday
evening. Dr. Reid is considered1 Shop In building formerly occupied
by Williams barber shop
Beginning Monday, May 2nd, a forceful speaker. A mission
n.-vsHeaf Dairy will make two
evening with Mrs. Rahngoon
who has just returned from Ko
E dw . B ecken , Prop. rea
as the principal speaker. A
social hour followed.
You’ll miss a treat if you fail
to hear those Victrola demonrtra-
tions at W. W. Moore’s Furni A yorng man and a young
ture Store in Salem. The in woman giving the names of Mr.
struments are perfect in tone and Mrs. William Guy. were ar
rested Saturday by Marshal
Stewart of Monmouth, charged
with stealing a woman’s coat
Mrs. J. E. Hubbard returned ami
a man’s overcoat from a
Tuesday from Portland where rooming
house in Independence,
she was called for the second where they
time to Bee a brother, C. S. night. They had
Statts, who wa* stricken with fined $25 each, plead
paralysis. Mrs. Hubbard reports the cash, were confined
her brother’s condition very sat county jail at Dallas. The in girl
was released the first of the
week upon payment of nor fine
Mrs. S. S. McKinney, who has by her brother. Wednesday
been visiting her daughter. Mrs. night Guy made his escape by
Robbie, is moving from Portland digging through the jail wall.
this week back to her home in According to their story
Dallas where she lived a number they live at Seattle and were
of years before going to the walking from that city to San
When you want a shot or two?
Do you wind it with a watch-key
Like your father used to do?
How’d you like to hop a horse-car
Like you did long years ago?
Don’t an auto beat an ox-cart?
Well, I rather reckon so.
Do you argue that an hour-glass
Beats a Waltham all to smash?
Do you use the same old system
Keepin’ books ’n countin’ cash,
Do you trim a goose quill neatly—
When you want the ink to flow?
Don’t you think there’s been im
In the last decade or so?
Tell us, are you advertising
In the same old foolish way
“Cause it hasn’t «hanged in
Wouldn’t the pathos of such logic
Drive a billy goat to tears?
Hidden, lonesome and unread,
Like the sign upon the tomb
Telling folks that you are dead.
Wake up and take a tonic.
Bunch your hits and make a
Ran a page and change your
Advertise and keep alivel
Phone the news to 7022.
V M » a iV I M M
Ford Cars Fordson Tractors
M. J. O’DONNELL
A Piano Bargain
You can bave a piano installed in your
home tor a cash payment of $10. Sub
sequent payments just as reasonable.
This is a bargain you cannot aft'ord to
miss. For full particulars
AV 367, Polk County Post,
Pennsylvania Vacuum Cups.
Stewart Motor Co.