Image provided by: Independence Public Library; Independence, OR
About The Polk County post. (Independence, Or.) 1918-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1921)
SHORT STORIES OF
TOWN AND COUNTRY
of Eugene were Sunday guests and little Miss Barbara Godfrey and note books
at the Joseph Rogers home. Mr. returned the last of the week and singing.
Milne is mathematics teacher in from a fortnight's vacation.
the U. of 0. and Mr. Packard
occupies the chair of geology.
Prof. and Mrs. Milne and
three children and Mrs. Packard
Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Godfrey | the J. W. Rogers.
L K M
IN e x t
S u n d a y ,
M o n d ay ,
T u e sd a y
You’re Leaving Soon
A swimming party composed
of the Misses Loeta Rogers,
Dorothy Fitchard, Mr. Rombo of
Wendling, Oregon, and Mrs.
? j Chas.
| sports at Spong’s Landing Sun-
| ! day. There were four hundred
I ; acquatic pleasures of the beach.
liilie s and Shotguns.
Full L in e o f C am pin g
and F ish in g Outfits.
! WILLARD E. CRAVEN HOW. I
IIIM II■!M II■lll■i■ll■lll■ll■IH I■il■ll■il■IIIM I■lll■lll■lll■ll■ll■l■ll■lll■lll■U I■ll
Father— "T h a t chicken dinn er last Sunday
such a treat, m other, let’s have an oth er.”
M other— " A lr ig h t , father, there are just as good
chickens this week as there were last at the C ity
Meat M a rk e t.”
City Meat Market
Miss Norma Calbreath, a re
cent graduate of the Monmouth
normal, will teach in the La-
Grande schools the coming year.
She has been engaged to teach
the third grade at a very at
M ain Street
Mrs. F. L. Chown received the
sad news last week of the death
of her father, Mr. A. D. Green,
of Waterbury, Nebraska.
Joe Windsor of Marshfield was
a mid-week guest at the Chas.
Our Groceries are R ight
Our Prices are R igh t.
And y o u ’ ll find your meals w ill taste just righ t
if you buy your groceries from us.
J. G. McIntosh Grocery
HOME OF GOOD GROCERIES
Courteous and Intelligent Service
Waehlte will be with us one
week to conduct Bible confer
ences and studies in Book of
That book you so
long wanted to study and have
explained. Here is your oppor
Our B. Y. P. U., the growing
Young People’s Society, meets
at 7 p. m. sharp.
At 8 p. m. Rev. Waehlte
preaches again and each suc-
ceeding night for the rest o f the
week. You will want to hear
him so plan now on coming.
Bring your pencils and Bibles
Detroit (Breitenbush Hot Spring«,
Mt. Jefferson Country), McCradia
H ot Springs. Josephine County Caves, Shaata Mountain
Resorts, Yosemite National Park.
“ O regon O u td oors”
0 u r n* w illustrated and d «-
ou decide on the resort o f your choice. Let us assist yeu
y providing a copy free on request.
For further information inquire o f ticket agents.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES
J O H N M. SCO TT,
General Paaaangar A g e n t
sa y s thv
H artm an's Eyeglass Service
Keeps an Eye on Your Eyes
The good rich taste lasts so
long you don’t need a fresh
chew nearly as often— that’s
why it costs you less to chew
this class of tobacco.
I Restore the Usefulness
A n y man who uses the Real
Tobacco C h ew will tell you
To worn, Injured and sick
casings and tuhea
Expert Tire Surgery
lysis, H air Dressing, Permanent W ave,
Scalp Treatm ent, W rinkle Treatment,
Electolytic Massage, Bleaching and
Marinello Preparations and Hair Goods.
HAIR 600DS SWITCHES MADE FROM COMBINGS
A ’>•.»»' i r - H »* ' f i ’. C o i T i o i r i v :*C r F 3 f O H; v v dv f.
The Independence National B ink
A N A C C O U N T in a commercial bank is ::
convenient aid to modern business. It s;, yema-
tizes payments, is a check on all expenditur es and
shows you just where you stand each n ath.
Open one with us today. It will pay you to do to.
125 N . High St.
TIM E C A R D
V a lle y & Siletz Railroad
Motor Leaves Independence Daily
10:50 a. m.
Officers and Directors
H. Hirschberg, Pres.
C. A . McLaughlin, V. P.
Ira D. M ix, Cashier
W . H. W alk er
D. W . Sears
O. D. Butler
Motor Leaves Independence Daily
Except Sunday 4:10 p. m.
Motor A rrives Independence, Daily
9:50 a. m.
Motor A rriv es Independence, Daily
E xcept Sunday 3:50 p. m.
F reigh t service daily except Sunday,
Leave Independence 7-30 a. m.
B. W ATSO N , B up t
Dr. C. B. O’Neill
R U Superstitious?
Do You Believe in Signs?
If you do you are a judicious
advertiser and a wise bsuiness
Bu«h Bank Bldg.
when you advertise in a paper
that is read by everybody in
Morris Optical Company
O regon's Largest
Salem Bank o f Commerce Bldg.
SALLM , OREGON
M R S. IRENE SCOTT
W - B G U T is a long fine-cut tobacco
R I G H T C U T is a short-cut tobacco
Shop in building form erly occupied
by W illiam s barber ahop
Marineflo Cosmetic Shop
Put ut> in two styles
Our “ cure” la alwaya
a perfect one.
M .J . O ’D O N N E L L
S a tis fa c tio n ”
Jewelers and Opticians
A ls o N e w T ires for Sale
In a little of the Real T o
bacco C hew , than you ever
got out o f the ordinary kind.
H ARTM AN BROS.
Our growing and large Sunday
school meets at 10 a. m., Mr.
Art Justin, superintendent. At
11 a. m. Rev. Chas. A. Waehlte
O th er R esorts
“ T h e r e ’s
Miss Emma Henkle was here
for a brief visit last week end.
She had just returned from a
visit with friends in Seattle, Ta
coma and Vancouver, B. C.; also
in eastern Oregon. Miss Henkle
was enroute to Roseburg where
she will visit a college friend,
lh e middle of September she
will enter Columbia University,
New York, having already com-:
pleted preliminary arrangements.
T illam ook C ounty Beaches.
beautiful natural surroundings, are these resorts juet a few
miles beyoad the Coast Range.
Bring in everything you
want to sell and I will
sell it for you on a
visited with her mother.
Baptist Church Announcements
ideal for the family, is thia charming old
place that is free from conventionalities.
W e buy everything you
want to sell and sell
everything you want to
buy. Cash or trade.
is a most capable young lady and
her friends are happy that she
has secured such a desirable
GUS M ILLER
N ew p ort,
TO R E A L IZ E T H E
Mrs. Joseph Rogers passed the
I week end with Portland friends.
W e ’ ve all done it. T h a t’3 h a lf the fun.
The other half is g e ttin g the proper
equipm ent for the op en in g day. T h a t’s
where we can help.
are now on aale to many delightful places.
C r a t e r L a k e . One o f the greatest scenic wonders o f
the world, is this beautiful lake of indeacribahle blue.
Rem em ber how you ’ ve always sort of
started gentle lik e in breaking the news
th atvou were going hunting this season?
For information write to the Regiatrir
M O ST M O N E T
Deer Season Opens
August 2 0
Summer Excursion Tickets
■ ll■lll■lll■IIMIIl> ' ReV
a ; baby went to Portland Monday
Ï ' and spent the week. Rev. Prop-
S pe went to the Oregon Baptist
* i State Convention at Columbia
t City and Mrs. Proppe and Junior
I Tell Friend W ife
appeal to many thousands each year.
Ba ana o f the
merry throng that ’ go there thia summer fo r H e-lth ,
Rest, Recreation and Amusement.
Eight Schools; Seventy Departments
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. IV. 1921
O t K V A l . l IS
Miss Elda Briston of Pleasant
Hill’, Oregon, passed last week
with her relatives, the A. L.
The Delights of the
O r e g o n A g r i c u lt u r a l C o lle g e
Oregon'» Higher Institution uf
The Misses Emma and Freida
Laird of Eugene were motor
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Keeney last week end-
1 1 9 9
SEASHORE and MOUNTAINS
O A C
Portland were recent guests of
i“ B ill” H a
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Tracy of
T h k P o l k C o u n t y P ost
might be a possible buyer in