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household goods last week and the funeral of his nephew at In-
TO REALIZE THE
went to Lebanon to live with hei dependence Sunday.
daughter, Mrs. Cormier.
Jess Tann and Don McCann I
One saddle pony mare, dark
are hauling gravel or. the roads.
We buy everything you
Betty Hunnicutt was operated brown, white spot in forehead,
want to sell and sell
and left hind foot white, rangy,
everything you want to
Mrs. Hanlon arrived from Se last week at one of the Salem' weight about 1000 ibs.
buy. Cash or trade..
attle to visit her mother. Mrs. | hospitals for appendicitis.
Robertson, and sisters, Miss
The funeral of Lester Godwin
"Bring in everything you
Eva Roberts -n and Mrs. W. H. was held at the M. E. church
want to sell and 1 will
Craven. Thursday Mrs. Hanlon Sunday morning, Rev. Duns-
uell it for you on a
and Miss Robertson went to Sa- more of Independence officiating,
lem to visit the Dr. Robertson 'p^e deceased leaves to mourn Just Received i Shipment of Tires*
his departure a mother, five sis
ters and two brothers besides a
Promptly Done at Very
Mr. Abbott, with the Stewart host of friends. The family has Neatly and
SWOPE & SWOPE
Motor Co., has purchased from the sympathy of their many
H. Hirschberg the brown bun- friends in this their hour of sor-
Ottica o r a Craven 4 Walker*! Stare
Shop In building formerly oc:upled
galow at the end of the fill in row.
by Wllllama barber sho >
North Independence. Mrs. Ab-
£>r Wallace of Albany was
bott has returned to Portland, called last ihursday to see Dean
and they expect to occupy their Prather who has been quite sick.
new home here in the near fu-1 _
, . „
Dr. Gom of Albany was a
ture. The deal was handled by
business caller here Thursday,
^ e Independence Realty Co.
Those who were in Albany
Tfie (j ^ ft an(j Heiief Corps Friday were Mr. and' Mrs. Neal,
are making elaborate prepura- Mrs. A. J. Hall, G. E. Hartman,
tiona for Decoration Day. Dr. wife “nd daughter. Mrs. N C.
Dunsmore has been requested tu Anderson an t Casey McCann,
deliver the principal address.
Rill Bates. Mrs. Robert Em-
The Doctor is much in demand i mons and daughters of Albany
now as he has also received an i were Sunday callers at Mrs.
invitation to deliver the dedit-a- Lilly Halls
tory address at Cloverdale May
Gladys Reynolds, who is teach
14, at which time the high
ing at Albany spent the weekj
School building at that place will
end with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. A J. Reynolds.
Mr. and Mra. Joe Dubois and
Published every Friday at Independence, Oregon.
Lawrence Miller of Wood burn
in la n d u second clan* m atter March 26, 1918, at the postoifice at were guests of the R. E. Here
Independence, Oregon, under the Act of March 3, 1879.
ford» last Sunday.
TH E POLK C O U N TY POST
Editor and Publisher.
THREE MONTH« *
otherwise provided for, »uhecription» will he »topped at expirution
Claude Skinner and
SHORT STORIES OF
and Mrs. Alice Skinner
to Portland Sunday.
TOWN AND COUNTRY
Mrs. Joseph Rogers attended
W. L. Dickson went to Port- a birthday reception given in
Salem Friday evening foe Mrs.
J. L. Stockton.
Mrs. Helen Kirkland has ar
rived from the East and is with
Dr. Dunsmore, who has been
relatives in Portland.
both mother and lather to his
two children, on Mother's Day
T. R. Heffley and family and received a message from his son,
Lemuel Barnett motored to Kay, who is with the U. S. Sub-
marine R. 8 at Key West. Fla.
Don't Read This
IT MIGHT COST YOU 50c
It might cost you $ 1 .5 0 or $ 2 .0 0 for new
heels, new soles or other repairs bur you’ll have
first-class work correctly and neatly done if it’s
done at the 3==-^--------------- ---------....
ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP
on C Street
A stitch in time saves nine”
" S a v e th e S u rfa c e
a n d Y o u S a ve A li
If it’s a surface to he painted,
enameled, stained, varnished or
finished in any way, there’s an
Acme Quality kind to fit the
Guy Prather, who has been
iiome for a week, returned to
Mr. and Mrs. Lichty spent Portland Sunday.
Mrs. Devine ana daughter of
Sunday with Mrs. Hale and
are visiting her son,
daughters at Salem.
Virgil Carter and family, Roy Wilber Devine and family.
Torgerson and wife, and Jake
Clyde Hill and family attended
Torgerson and wife of Wells at
tended the funeral of Lester
Marlnello Cosmetic Shop
Manicuring, Shampooing, Electro
E. B. Gobat, wife and daugh lysis, Hair Dressing, Permanent Wave,
Scalp Treatment, Wrinkle Treatment,
ter of Albany visited the G. E. Electolytic Massage, Bleaching and
Harman home Sunday.
Tinting. Special Acne Treatment,
M. I. Conger and family spent | Marine"° i'reP“r“ti°"8 “nd «.»-Goods.
Sunday at the N. C. Anderson ' Hi,R G00DS SW,TCHES
Phone 1690 SALEM 125 N. High St.
H. A. Baldwin of Winlock vis
ited A. J. Hall the first of the
Valley 5 Siletz Railroad
Doll up your old Automobile with new paint;
Decorate your residence walls;
Paint new signs at your place of business.
A. W. Sperling
Office at Schaffer Hotel Phone M 5721
Mrs. Knighton sold her house-1
hold goods to J. E. Luca« and Motor Leav«» Independence Daily
moved to Roseburg to make her
10:60 u. m.
Motor Leave» Independence Daily
home with her daughter.
Except Sunday 4:10 p. ni.
M. V. Prather, who was vis Motor Arrive» Independence, Daily
9:60 a. m.
iting his sister, Mrs. T. H. Hill,
Motor Arrives Independence, Daily
in Portland returned home
Except Sunday 3:60 p. m.
Freight service daily except Sunday,
Leave Independence 7‘30 a. m.
The drowning ot Lester God
L. B. WATSON, S u p t
win cast a gloom over the entire
community as he was a jolly boy j ttiwiwuvi « imtiwiisu'«
always happy and the only sup- *
port of a widowed mother and j
Mrs. A. J. Hall was called to
Halsey Saturday to the bedside
of her brother. Jim Lee. who ia
not expected to live.
Mrs. Ella Reynolds sold her
F U R N IT U R E
The largest stock of New and Second hand
Furniture in the state.
Free Delivery for “Out of Town’’ purchasers.
“THE SIGN OF PAINT SUCCESS”
Spaulding Logging Company,
The Independence National Hunk
AN ACCOUNT in a commercial bank is the most
convenient aid to modern business. It systema
tizes payments, is a check on all expenditures and
shows you just where you stand each month.
Open one with us today. It will pay you to do so.
^FED ERA L R ESER V E^
.S Y S T E M ,
Officers and Directors
H. Hirschberg, Pres. C. A. McLaughlin, V. P.
Ira D. Mix, Cashier
W. H. Walker
D. W. Sears
O. D. Butler
CLYDE T. ECKER
G la s s e s
F itte d
By Dr. Burdette are fitted under the best and |
most modern conditions Have your eyes examined
here. All work is guaranteed. We invite you to
come to our new optical parlor, where the optical
service is prompt and courteous.
Don't Forget the New Location
. The Bow Optical Co.
3 2 5 State Street
Opposite Ladd & Bosh Bank
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Dr. Burdette, Optometrist
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