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About The Polk County post. (Independence, Or.) 1918-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1921)
FARM JOURNAL SAYS:
A ataa U kawwu by th « cumpany he
kevp» >mt at.
Letter bumlng before the letter Is
mailed may save many a heart-turn
It's all I he xaiur tu tile heu wbcltier
w* »ay “sit' or "net."
Most of our worries are like a
cracked mirror— they won’t bear look-
The beat time to catch soft water ! Ing Into.
la when It Is raining hard.
Often we could mend the ragged
It Is easy for a man In health to edge of care If we simply took a
stitch In flunk.
preach patience to the sick.
W e're never too old to wish we could
gw wading In the creek again.
b ea r« growling to dogs; they do It
better, no matter how hurd you try.
Who ever heard o f a picnic without
ebody sitting In the pie?
Beware o f excesses o f any kind.
Learn, like the horae. to say “ neigh.”
A harking dog may never bite, Imr
death hy fright lasts Just as long.
Girls nowadays must be ashamed of
their ea rs; they never show them.
Dgyllght saving appears to be the
only saving a good many folks cun
As to paving compliments. Rgra
let's not forget that to luiiuy folks
nonsense Is Incense.
Don't make light of the fat imin
who Is trying to reduce, he’s only try
ing to mend his weighs.
The person who determines at all
costs to make his day dreams come
true need never wake up.
In making good, the speed at which
we travel matters less than the direc
tion In which we're going.
Still, It's better to keep on winding
up the old alarm clock every night
than to wake up some morning to And
one's affairs wound up hy the sheriff.
Speaking of useful Inventions, desn't
the atrawberry shortcake Just about
bead the list?
A g<sid swimmer ought easily to
realize that keeping one’s head above
the waters o f failure depends a good
deul on how one handles defeat.—
Freckles may have their place, but
It does seem too bad to cluster them
on a pretty girl's nose.
SALES TAX FAVORED
Things we favor a stiff sales tax
Harold MarGrath— Humdrum Isn't
where you live; It’ s what you are.
Percy Hammond— The human knee
|i • Joint and not an entertainment.
New and Used Cars
Policewoman Mary Hamilton— Most
e f the runaway glrla come from Boa-
As well as our entire stock of
Oleo Buck— Bara w ere made for a
botter purpose than te hook spectacles
British literary lectures.
Tires, Tubes and Accessories
South Sea Island “ romance."
A. Bdlsou—The average col
doaeat seem to know any
Boy K. Moulton— Only 8 per cent of
propuoe marriage of their own
Klims that “ bare the human sou l"
Parisian histories o f the war.
Wi l l be sold regardless of cost.
N. P. L. memberships.
lo b e D. Rockefeller, Jr.— My father
fieee not Judge a man by the cut o f bta
«lathee or by his bonk account
Hugh Fullerton— Some folka will
believe anything about you ao long as
B te the worst.— From the Independent
NO INFERIOR GOODS. EVERYTHING OF STANDARD QUALITY
There reitlly la no end to auch a
Hat.— Kansas City Star.
THEIR SECRET AMBITIONS
Look Over these Prices
Dante— T o be a policeman.
Lord Nelson— To be a soldier.
ion fool mere et home whoa
i l V .» V f '
admire clever women, but set
tle who boost« of h i« goodnees 1«
i M m much good.
V yea can't get whet you Uke. try
hi Uke whet yen get
David Garrick— T o be a clown.
New Nash Six Cars ............................................................ $1600.00
Diogenes— T o live In a palace.
Model 85 Overland in Excellent Condition ........................
Grimaldi— T e
1920 Maxwell in Excellent Condition ...............................
Velasquez— To be a bullfighter.
1918 M axwell in Good Condition.........................................
1917 Chevrolet in Good Condition, new top and p a in t______
be a tragedian.
keep a candy Mere.
These cars have all been overhauled and put in extra good shape.
H chu Hrummel— T e be a vagabond.
a man keepe hie own counaal
not much use for a lawyer.
are aet rich
policy for those
to be flnan-
A clever woman la oae who con moke
• man bettor« that he knows It a ll
W e also have one and two ton
Helen of Troy— T o be admired foe
N E W NASH TRUCKS
Catherine the Greet— T e live In a
After e men get« Into trouble It la
easy for him to see bow he ‘might
have kept out e f It
One ef life's peculiarities te that
the world la seldom watching when a
maa la doing good.
Noah was e great ball player. Ho
pitched the ark without and within
aad later put the dove out oo a fly.—
drops are perfectly round.
hi a On*
More dew Is deposited on cultivated
Mfla uncultivated land.
W e get moat dew after a hot sum
mer's day and a westerly wind.
Bveolng dew la unhealthful. being
M m With MSSeM exhalations.
n e r e la no dew after a windy night ;
B I« evaporated as fast as produced
Dew will not atay oo rose leave«, be
cause these bava an essential oil in
The Duke o f Wellington— To be a
To go at a reduction of from --------------------------------.. $300 to $500
Godlva— TO be the beat-
dressed woman In the world.-
32x4 Cord ........ ............
34x4 Cord ... ................
Interchangeable gelatine slides fea
ture a new lamp for lighting store
windows wltb any color tint or com
binations o f tints desired.
Kecent experiments o f Injecting ap
pendicitis patterns with serum - are
said to have been so successful that
operations with the knife may soon be
Wasps’ uesta are sold to take fire
very often because of chemical action
e f the was on the uiatertal of the nest
Itself. This might explain some mys
31x4 R e d ......... .
By meaus of cylindrical attach
ment at the hack of hla car. which
euds In an ear-piece close to him, the
driver of a heavy motortruck can now
hear other tralllc approaching from he-
Nature's wisdom la shown hy tbe fact
White Kuaala In the weet. Ckrnnla
that plants With woolly leaves require ' In the south, !V>n. Tourlda Kuban,
moat moisture, and It la those leaves IV ret, and Georgia In the southeast
which radiate moot beat, and therefore , have declared themselves free soviet
Prices on Accessories Reduced in Proportion
Dew la moat abundant In exposed
The tig seems to have originated
situations, there being leas to arrest around the Mediterranean, particularly
the radiation o f the earth's heat.
, In Syria, I'alesttne.
In the an o f making and using pa
per we are not In line with the Chi
nes,. and ,»ther Asiatics who not only
Dew rolla off caMtage and like leaves. , make the finest paper In the world, but
use they are coated with a fine
u i „ all sorts o f uses, making
window panes, umbrellas, fans, sand
als snd «\>4I clocks and garuicuta of IL
Little or no dew la eve?- depoalted on
smooth atones, pol I «lied metal, or
fM «MSI dew.
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