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About The Polk County post. (Independence, Or.) 1918-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1921)
With Flannel Collars
Just the thing- for Outing or Summer
Made of heavy lonsdale jean twill with
$ 2 .2 5 A N D $ 2 .7 5
Our Prices Always the Lowest
g a l e • &
Commercial and Court Streets
SHORT STORIES OF
TOWN AND COUNTRY
Leonard Davi» and daughter.
Ivan Feldman, Carl Henderson,
Mrs. E. E. Paddock and Miss
Dorothy Paddock formed an en-
joyahle picnic party at the Da
vidson-Hedges ranch Sunday.
Mr. ai d Mrs. J. G. McIntosh, i
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Davidson, ;
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Wolfe, Mrs. i
The most particular cooks in this
town buy their meats at this shcp
as they know they can get exactly
what th y want.
City Meat Market
this summer because of the
offered by the big cross-con tin eat railroad
Union Pacific System
Serving the transportation needs of the
Great Pacific North, west .
and giving through service via the popular direct routes to Salt Lake
CHy. Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Chicago
on these two strictly first class trains.
“ Oregon- Washington Umitod” and “Contlnantal Limited”
Tickets on Sale Daily
Until and including August 15th.
Return limit »0 days, but not later than October 31st.
. . SUM *
MINNEAPOLIS . 90 85
. 90 85
. . SSO.IS
. . SONS
. . 104.85
. 8 per cent War Tan to Be Added
Proportionate reductions to many pointa East. Stop-overa at pleasure.
Side trips may be arranged for Yellowstone, Zion
and Rocky Mountain National Parka.
Tor complete details as to routings, train schedules, side tripe, sleeping
car rates and reservations, and other travel information desired, addrese
J. G. McIntosh will operate
four grocery stores during hop
picking season. One will be lo
cated at the McLaughlin ranch;
one at Camp 2, another at Camp
3 Horst Co. The main store
will remain at Independence.
Saturday July 23rd, 1921
Will Be Days o f Superlative Value Civing.
Capt. L. P. Hosf.rd and fami
ly and H. R. Patterson and wife
of Portland were here Saturday
on their way to Cascadia to
spend their vacation.
Mrs. K. C. Eldridge and Mrs.
Oliver Smith returned Tuesday
from a several days’ visit in
Elemer Hull of Independence
and Orlando Burbank of Mon
mouth have just purchased Over-;
lands from Ernest Tice with
Shreeves & Son at Dallas.
We are going: to clear the shelves of all summer
shoes if we don’t make a dollar on them. New
ones are coming* and must be paid for.
BOYS’ BLACK ELK BALS $1.89
LADIES’ WHITE SHOES 95c
Whit* cloth shoe» worth up o $6.00, in small sizes
only. Nile Cloth, Keignskin, Sea island and Canvas.
Great Bar tains if you can wear sizes 2J to 4.
a LADIES’ BROWN PUMPS $5.65
SB Beautiful brown kid one-strap pumps; Cuban heels,
H new medium lasts. A fine buy in dressy seasonable
Mrs. Gus Miller and children
and her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Hart of Cottage Grove, returned
Monday from a sojourn at Ne-
Those popular Harvest sheet worth $3. Ob,
weight, unlined. Only a few paira left.
H. O NEILL, Traveling Passenger Agent,
wm. Me MURRAY, General Passenger Agent,
MEN’S BROWN SHOES $3.85
Dark Brown, Modified English last with broad, com
fortable heels and good ss.vice.
BOYS’ TENNIS LACE SHOES 96c MISSES’ BROWN OXFORDS $3.19
Black, brown and white high tennis shoes. Size 1 to
5&. Just the thing for summer and lall play and
Fine Brown Kid Oxfords, sizes 11 to 2, Turned Soles,
low heels; new. Broad “ Comfy” lasta.
WHITE CANVAS SLIPPERS 58c LADIES’ SHOES and SLIPPERS 94c
Mar Jane Style, rubber soles. Child's sizes 58c.
Ladies’ 89c Ledits’ Lace Shoes. Rubber soles, $1.29
A Job Lot of small sizes, all aorta and kinds.
larger than 4 B.
LEATHER OR RUBBER HEELS FREE
FROM THESE FEW PRICES
on every pair of shoes to be half soled that are left
on our Sa e Opening Day ONLY.
prices are Men’s Half Soles $1.50, Ladies’ $1.10.
You can get a faint estimate of th e REALLY GOOD
BARGAINS that we will offer.
Mr., and Mrs. Olen Whiteaker
of Portland and Dr. and Mrs.
We don’t. Come le ’s get
Taylor of Enterprise were here
Fitted by a competent and
together and be mutually
S ALEM . OREGON
Sunday for a brief visit. The
party was motoring to the Mc
-AT THE ELECTRIC SIGN “ SHOES
Kenzie to enjoy their vacation
I John Cooper was in Portland
SWOPE A SWOPE
A drop of printer’s ink will
A picnic party including Mr. Iast vvee*t en<^-
Ottica uvar C r a m A Walkman :
make a million think.
and Mrs. W. J. Clark, Mr. and
Mrs. George Carbray, Mr. and:
Mrs. H. Mattison had a delight
ful time at Spong’s Landing last
Manicuring, Shampooing, Electro
Sunday. Mr. Clark, Mrs. Car
lysis, Hair Dressing, Permanent Wave,
bray and Mrs. Mattison cele
Scalp Treatment, Wrinkle Treatment,
Bring in Tonr wounded Urea
Electolytic Massage, Bleaching and
brated their birthdays in genu
and let ma prescribe for them.
Tinting, Special Acne Treatment,
ine picnic style on this occasion.
Marinello Preparations and HairGooda. ALSO NEW TIRES TOR SALE
HAIR GOODS SWITCHES MADE FROM COMBINGS M.J: O’DO N N ELL
Salem Bunk of Commerce Bldg.
Robert Gray, recently of Aber
MRS. IRENE SCO IT
Shop In building formerly occupied
deijn, Washington, has been a
by Williams barber shop
Phone 169(1 SALEM 125 N. High St.
visitor at the home of his brother,
F. O. Gray, a d family. He left I
recently for Independence with
The Independence National Bank
TO REALIZE THE
the expectation of locating in or
near that city and was accom
AN ACCOUNT in a commercial bank is the meat
panied by his mother, Mrs. Gray
aid to modern business. It systema
Sr., who has made hec home
We buy everything you
is a check on all expenditures and
with the F. O. Grays in recent
want to sell and sell
shows you just where you stand each month.
years, but will live with the son
everything you want to
< )pen one with us today. It will pay you to do so.
at Independence in the future. — ! buy. Cash or trade.
You Want these Shoes
Marlnello Cosmetic Shop
Morris Optical Company
Clearance Shoe Sale
Thousands will go
v r THE ELECTRIC EICH ‘SHOES’ -
The crowd was good, the mu
Mayor Walker went to Port- sic was good, the floor was rood
at the W. O. W. dance in Dallas
Thursday night..- Don’t' miss it
next Thursday night.
Particular People Pick this Place
land Tuesday and returned that
evening accompanied by his
mother, Mrs. S. B. Walker, who
has been in the Good Samaritan
The estate of the late J. H.
Ackerman, president of the Ore
gon normal school at Monmouth,
is valued at $40,000, according
to estimates in a petition filed
with the probate court. Tne pe
tition asks that Ellen Ackerman
be appointed administratrix.
The heirs are the widow, Mrs.
Ellen Ackerman, and three
daughters, Mrs. E. F. Carleton
of Eugene, Mrs. Roy Burton of
Salem and Mrs. Lunn of Cor
Mother—By the way, Ruby, your
father and I are going out to din
ner Can’t you and Jack call for ns
on your way back from the dance?
Ruby— Ob, no! mother. We don’t
think you ought to sit of as late a s( |
that 1«—London Mail.
Bring in everything you
want to sell and I will
sell it for you on a
U -B u s t-E m
W e -F ix -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
2 HOUR SHOW
Saturday and Sunday Matinee and Evening
Diamonds Hawaiian Sextette
Greatest Novelty Musical Troupe on Tour
Special Scenery—Special Music
NO RAISE IN PMCES
“THE UND OF HOPE“
Weekly and Comedy
GRAND TH E A TR E