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About The Polk County post. (Independence, Or.) 1918-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 5, 1921)
SHORT STORIES OF
TOWN AND COUNTRY
It pleases us to please you.
Independence Realty Co.
The Southern Pacific Lines has
announced the re-opening of n-
| dividual and separate city ticket
! office Monday, August 1, corner
Fourth and Stark streets, Port-
Sidney Suchaatian, 16 Year Old
Boy Meets Death in River
Porch and Lawn Furniture in Real S e a
Grass and Old Hickory. THE KIND THAT LASTS.
Mr. and Mrs. Clint Moore and
and Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. i
Pre-war prices on porch and
The second drowning o f the
lawn furniture at H. L. Stiff Irvine and two children returned
season occurred in the Willa
furniture store in Salem.
at Neskowin. They are loud in mette Sunday when James Sid-
their praises of this popular re ney Buchannan met his death in
Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Dalton
this manner, The boy was un
o f Eugene were Sunday guests
able to swim and had been cau
at the W. F. Campbell home.
Recent guests at tne H. Mat- tioned to keep out o f the river
tison home were: Mrs. C. M. but the lure o f the water was
Read the bargains listed in the Patterson o f Albany, Mrs. Wm. not to be resisted. The body
exchange department o f the C. Bagley of Forest Grove and Mr. went under about 2:40 p. m. and
S. Hamilton furniture store in and Mrs. F. M. Lewis o f Lewis was not rescued until four hours
Funeral services were held
the Presbyterian church Tues
E. M. Young and Jimmy Jones
day'm oaning about 10 o ’clock,
M A T T E R S OF T A S T E .
have returned from Bandon
Dr. H. C. Dunsmore officiating.
where they went to attend a
Vachell Lindsay, the Hoosier The body was .in charge o f ;
meeting of the Dokkes.
poet, is thrilling fashionable Ixm- Funtral Director A. L. Keeney
don with his lectures.
who »forwarded it to Portland ILLUSTRATED SONGS AT HOME
Mr. Lindsay mystifies London |
There’ s no getting around the quite as much as he thrills it. At ! Tuesday afternoon. Concluding Ingenious Contrivance That Adds to
Enjoyment Furnished by the
a dinner in Belgrare Square he j services were held at the Brain •
fact that you to eat.
I said :
erd cemetery, where rests the
same time you can save money
“ This pheasant is high, very high, j
It is now possible to have illus-
by reading the grocery prices It is a queer taste to like high | body o f the young man’ s father,
entertainment in the
listed by J. L. Busick & Sons, pheasant. The Piute Indians ariH Orville Buchannan, who was home by means of a simple attach
very fon«i of the material which killed in a railroad accident sev
ment that may he installed on any
Salem, Woodburn and Albany.
composes printing rollers.”
eral years ago.
phonograph using the flat-disk rec
Mr. Lindsay ate a little pheas
ords, says popular Mechanics Mag
a n t Then he went on calmly:
azine. A number of views, appro
“ I remember a Piute brave who and is survived by his mother,
The Boy Scouts under the
priate to the record played, occupy
used to come into Carson City and Mrs. Fay L. Brown, two broth
the space forward of and below the
leadership o f Jim Hinkle went
hang round the office of the Appeal j
to Neskowin Saturday. They ex to eat the rollers. When nobody j ers, Neil and Paul Buchannan of phonograph motor. They are held
in a rack in such a way that the
pect to remain about ten days was looking he would sneak up and j this city, and one sister, Mrs. binder is downward. The views are
and while they are remaining take a bite out of the roller on the | Dorothy House of Kings Valley.
REFRIGERATORS and Oil Stoves. Come in.
will be glad to show you our Complete Stock.
they expect to get the most from
the outing. They are equipped
with all the necessary parapher
nalia to make an outing com
plete. About fifteen local mem
bers are participating in the an
press. These Piutes used to like the
rollers best in summer when the j
composition was soft. They would
chew and eat them like caramels.”
Mr. Lindsay looked round the
“ T am sure,” he ended, “ the Ne
vada Piutes would like high pht-as
Ingenious Vessel for frhe Congo
This amphibious cargo boat Is the Invention of Robert It iioMschrnldt,
a Belgian millionaire noted for Ills mechanical Ingenuity, and Is designed for
use In the Helgtun Congo, on the Conga river. Where the water becomes too
ahallow for navigation, It slides up on a mono rail and travels rapidly along
under Its own power, thus obviating the many portages now necessary In
transporting goods along that linpartant artery of Afrlcen trade. It Is driven
b7 motors fed with palm oil.
Five From Polk County
Registered at Eugene
University o f Oregon, Eugene,
Aug. 4—Five students, Jour of
whom were from Independence,
registered from Polk county in
tne summer term of the Uni
versity of Oiegon which came to
an end last week. They were
R. W. Tavener. Orrin D. Byers,
Gertrude F. Collins and Hazel
Catherine Gentle o f Monmouth,
who was the only one enrolled
from the county outside of Inde
University officials declare that
the 1921 summer term which
closed last week was the most
successful ever held on the Eu
It excelled all
others both in the scope o f its
course and the number o f stu
There were 342
students registered, an increase
o f 57 per cent over that o f last
in an Overland... i
CAR LOAD OF NEW OVERLANDS
SHREEVES & SON
223 Main St.
Phone M 531
Overland Agency for Independence, Mon
mouth, Airlie, Dallas, Ferrydale, Falls City,
Suver and vicinities is handled bv
E rn est
T ic e
Overland-Touring $*i96, Coupe $IOUO. Sedan $1275 F O. B. factory.
Willy»-Knight Touring and Roadater $1895, Coupe $2550, Sedan
$2750 F.O.B. factor .
Mr. TW will bo glad to demonstrate cars st any time.
Call him at M 2091, Dallas, Ore.
opaque pictures arranged in book
form. They are illuminated by an
incandescent lamp, and the reflect
ed images are projected through a
lens onto a Screen placed in front
of the sound box. As the reproducer
arm travels, it moves a small lever
to which a cord is attached. The
latter allows a light wire frame
work to slide downward along the
edges of the book leaves. These
are notched at different heights, the
notch in the first one being the
highest, and as the wire comes op
posite the notches, each leaf falls
in its proper turn and in perfect
time with the music, disclosing the
Use our Exchange Department
FAM O US
LET OUR WAN J ADS DO IT
The Shakespeare Memorial thea
ter at Stratford-on-Avon is to be
used as a moving-picture theater
when the building is not needed
for the production o f Shakespeare-
i an plays, The governors of the me
morial association made the deci
sion on the recommendation of the
executive committee, which urged
that only high-class films be shown.
It is understood that financial
1 considerations led the association to
take the step, which in some quar-
' tera is regarded as a desecration.
M IS T A K E T O
W A IT .
After I had called upon a friend
who lives near my home, her daugh
ter asked if she might walk to the
corner with me.
Jean said: “AVhere is your little
I said: “ God hasn’t sent one to
my house yet.”
Jean said: “ You better order one.
soon. It took a long time before
they got me.” — Chicago Trityine.
iíA kL iiA kL . i é í L tiA k L iiA
Orders Taken for Yew wood Fence
Posts, Fir hop poles, barn poles and
timbers. Butler & Dueltgen, Dallas,
Ore. Phone 423 R 2, Falls City.
Hop Pickers Wanted. Would like to
hear from those who stayed through
last year, and others.
Es t ate.
Bird! Taught Cat a Lesson.
People passing «long Lower Addt»-
comite road, Crayiiou, Rngluiid. «aw
a eat attack«sl by two birds. The cat,
n large black «me. was perched on one
of th* higher («nineties of :t monkey
tree, and the two hints, dying from
different trees, |Hs-ke«l ihe unfortunate
animal at eVery faviwable opi«ort unity.
The attack lasted for se\er»l minutes.
Biennially the oat was n v uni by a
ui»w —ith a short tadn.i ,ud pole.
J. R. Cooper
Work Wanted. Competent woman
would like house work by the hour
Phone 4822 or call at this office.
Asks World to Honor St. Francis.
SW O P E & S W O P E
London.— Pope Benedict has mad»
public an encyclical letter inviting tin
Christian world to solemnize In 192(
the seventh centenary o f the death ol
St. Francis of Assisi, founder of th« Office over Craven A Walker’s Store
order of Franciscans, says a Central
News dispatch from Koine.
We are in a position to give all
Prompt and Courteous Attention
HIS B E D F E L L O W .
Awakened by a movement in the
bed he was sleeping in at his hunt
ing lodge near Thornhill, Cal.,
George Ihigan, Berkeley painter,
felt behind him.
“ Is that you, Mary?” he called,
forgetting for the instant that he
was not at home. Fie was answered
by a low growl in place of a wifely
salutation. litigan turned over and
struck a match. To his surprise,
he came face to face with a bob cat
that had taken advantage o f the
warm bed to make itself comfort
Dugan jumped one way. The bob
cat jumped the other. Pujan spent
the rest of the night sitt ug up with
a shotgun over hi> lap, but^he «at
did not return
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boosters and deserve your business.
THE POLK COUNTY POST