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About The Polk County post. (Independence, Or.) 1918-19?? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1921)
SNORT STORIES OF
ta t* tiin H L iá is ii* tA iiÉ iu * tA i> * A d »* tf « lif e ~ * * * * * * &
Miss Vera Johnson visited
friends in Falls City last week
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiltshire
of Corvallis were here Wednes-
• Miss Lola Mortfan has been
engaged to teach in the Wasco
What They Say
in High Musical
Mrs. 0. A. Kreamer is visit
ing her mother, Mrs. Richard
son at Eugene this week. She
was accompanied there Tuesday
by her daughter, Miss Gretcnen,
who has returned home.
Joe Eaton, a former Inde
pendence boy, is visiting rela
tives here. Joe was a member
of the aviation department dur
ing the “big quarrel” and made
quite a record for himself.
Is Proved Every Day in
half a million homes
“Brunswick has achieved perfect rendi
tion of even such difficult tones as tho^e
of the piano, the harp and the human
voice, in its upper register."
PH O N O CRA PH S
We have the Brunswick records for Sep
tember—come in and hear them.
H. L. Stiff ' Furniture Co.
Complete House Furnishers
J. L. Busick & Sons, largest
wholesale and retail grocers in
the Willamette valley, are quot
ing attractive prices on gro
ceries. Read their ad. Stores
at Salem, Albany and Wood-
W. B. Huggins of the Sayles
Motor Car Co. has a number of
prospects interested in Dodge
cars but the supply has slowec
down. However. Mr. Huggins
is expecting to be able to sup
ply some waiting customers in
the near future.
“Good Luck Kelly” is bring
ing good luck to the Consumers
House in Salem while
the big sale is being staged.
i On the opening day so eager
t was the big crowd to avail them
i I selves of the cash and merchan
I dise that were thrown to the
winds that windows were brok
CROWN i AND BRIDGE WORK IH en
and a general jam resulted.
i Mr. Steinboch, the owner, says
f. there are just as good bargains
as have been take and he
Dr. Alt Swennes 1 left
offering the remainder of
D E IN T IS T
§ the stock at a sacrifice. Read
S tate und
1500 i. their ad in this issue.
l iberty S ta. SALEM, ORE
University of Oregon
The College of Literature.
The Graduate School.
Science and the Arte.
The School of Journalism.
The School of Architecture
School of Law.
and Allied Arts.
The School of Medicine.
The School of Bumnesa
The School of Music.
The School of Physical
The School of Education.
The School of Sociology.
The Extension Division.
Opens September 26
A high standard ol cultu ral and professional acholarship has become
one of the outstanding m arks of the State U niversity. For a catalogue.
to ld « « on the various schools, o r for any inform ation, w rite
T H E R EG ISTRA R. U N IV E R S IT Y O F O R E G O N . Eu#en#. O re.
Old Furniture to Up
holster and Repair
Carry a full line of samples for new coverings.
Mattresses made over. Auto seats repaired.
Also re-plate knives, forks and spoons.
G. W. THORINGTON
192 C Street
Kimberley was going: back. The
farmers were disgruntled. They said
they couldn’t eke a living from the
rocky soil. And all the time their
ragged youngsters were playing with
But the farmers didn’t know.
Many of them died poor. They
thought the priceless gems were
Some folks are just like those Kimberley
farmers. They spend their time crying over
high prices and then, when bargains are
presented to them, they hold their heads high
in the air and let opportunity pass them by.
Don’t he foolish. Our Close Out Sale is
your one best bet to buy goods at YOUR
OW N PRICES.
lirMMfT IM H ffTTir-
FEEDING CATTLE IN SUMMER
Have Seldom Been Marked
When M arketed Because
There Is a Surplus.
The Inórense of chores In summer
will operate ngnlnat h great Increase
of cattle t'eediiiK (luring the seam in of
field work, for the average farm er
does not care to feed cattle night and
rooming In summer when tired out
with the long day’s work on the land.
But If one cures to Investigate. In- will
i find that summer-fed cuttle seldom
I have to he marked down when m ar
> keted because there Is a sur| lus of
' stuff In the term inal markets.
The Ideal ration is made up of rich,
tender grass and grain. The feeling
period Is shortened and lit«- gain p: r
hundred pounds of grain is enhum *d
as compared with dry lot feeding in
winter. Counting all the factors n
the game, the risk In summer feeding
for m arket Is far Jess than In winter.
MINERAL MIXTURE FOR HOGS
Charcoal or Slack Coal. Wood Ashoa,
Air Slaked Lime and Coppera*
Aro of Importance.
Keep a mineral m ixture of charcoal
or slack coal one bushel, wood ashes
one bushel, alr-slnked lime four
polímita salt four pounds, em perna
one snd one-fourth pounds, before
your hogs at all tintes The copperas
Is dissolved In « quart of wat»r snd
poured over the other Ingredients aft
er they are mixed. This m i. tire heJpa
to keep down worms and makes tho
hogs have a hetfar appetite
Tail 7ha *»«at Atout III
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And on that day all shoes will be nriced for extra quick action.
Come and let yout feet flirt with our shoes.
REMEMBER THE PLACE
Tor the conve
nience of the
ple this store Is
373-377 Court St. Jusi a Whisper off Main St. Opposite Miller's
Opp. M iller's
Fo those who
think It too hot
to shop days,
this store is
open eve tings.
Q onsu rn e^T rad irg R ouse
3 7 3 -7 7 Crt. St