Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, June 18, 1920, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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    JUNE
18,
iNP,M.nKNCE ENTERPRISE
Parker
Why go to the mountains for
fish? Last Sunday one of the boys
of the neighborhood caught a nice
mess of trout within the city limits
and as several outsiders were near
by they vouched for his veracity.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith were
in Fortland this week visiting Mrs.
Smith's brother, who is in one of
the city's hospitals.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold House of
Pedee were in attendance last week
at their grandmother'3 funeral, Mrs.
Rebecca Howard.
The Zielisch home was joyous
with a family reunion on Sunday.
G. A. Dickinson has been laid up
for a few days with a very lame
back.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Horton were
in Salem the first of the week.
The funeral of Mrs,
cemetery last Saturday, Rev. Duns
more officiating. Mrs. Howard died
in Seattle, Wash., and was brought
h for burial. She was 97 years
Mrs
Buena Vista
" . I liHlrt
George lirounas -
Modesto, Uiu.. Br'
Mrs.
... tout, 'I'M
who is making a tour vi v
iir. mm - r. f 'states for tne wouesw .u.. -been
visiting his sister, Mrs. Ernest, of which he is manager, will
-7i:,u spvnral davs. Ho 13 .' . . , .,; ...ith home
tvwavu, - arrive later ior .-..v
very much taken wnn wis (
and hones to move here some day. " r,.;,wmiin of Seaside,;
here for burial, one was illuu hter 0f Modesto, "
old. She leaves three children tOj im Friilay for an extends
mourn her demise: Ira Howard of (he home of Mr, nd Mr:
Newport; Mrs. Owen of Seattle; Ground9. Mr. Grounds,
Mrs. W. T. House ot ranter,
nr. Snkirmmor nr Minesoia
Another Royal Suggestion
COOKIES and SMALL CAICE
r rom tno it-vv wi- wviv wwn
Rev. ProDne of Independence was I . . wil1ir ,u,r irrnndmoth-
calling on the community on Wed-. . A.uiorson, and other
nesday.
Oscar Peterson, who is working
in California, is home for a brief
visit. Oscar had the misfortune to
spran an ankle and so is letting
mother help make it anew.
Mrs. E. J. Anderson,
relatives and friends. j
Clare Prather who fell from a;
wire awing on the farm of "IW
Black is rapidly coming into hisj
own again. Clare had a narrow es-:
cape as it is not known how long ,
the lad was unconscious as he wit
in of thf tme or tne accuu-m.
ward was held at the Odd Fellows ness.
William A. Scott, who owns one
of the good farms south of town, is . nuirh to crawl to
Rebecca Ho-ibeinfr confined to his home by ill-. . . . , fln(, kmes
ISOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION TO INCREASE TAX MORE THAN
SIX PER CENT OVER THAT Ut lllti ijcak.
Notice is hereby given to the legal voters of School District No. 29 of j
Polk County, State of Oregon, that an election will be held in said District a
f Piihlic S-hool Buildino- on the 8th day of July. 1920, at 7.30 o'clock in the
is yet denf in his right ear, out;
hopes are held out that he will over-,
come that in time. I
m 1
Men on line 37 were out iw
av fixing up these lines, resetting!
nd putting in new poles. This Hue,
P. M.to vote on the question of increasing; the amount of the tax levy in hng nmi no use o m,tra1 for three j
said District lor the year liu Dy more wan x per cent u uic omvu.. months and a new line will be nuilt ,
for thA vear immediately Drecedine.
It is necessary to raise this additional amount by specal levy for the fol
lowing reasons:
Increase in salaries and cost of supplies.
Dated this 9th day of June, 1920.
Attest: C. G Irvine, District Clerk.
"J. S. Bohannon, Chairman Board of Directors.
at an early date and new phones put :
in. I
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Prather. Mr.!
M. N. Prather and Dean ami MaM
Prather motored to Salem Monday,
falling on relatives and friends. The;
hotter, will remain for a more defin-.
NOTICE OF SCHOOL MEETING.
NOTICE IS HEREii GIVEN to tne legal voters of School District No. jte gtay t the Bolman home
29 of Polk County, State of Oregon, that a SCHOOL MELT lis G or said ; Marearet McCIain and
w v , , -it i . Vk. I 1 I. ' I U.,, t .Jinrm frhn Wf h t O T AT . 11 V -
jjistnct wni oe neiu at .tudiic ocuuvu iuii.u.iii, ujf v
. T, , ,. : v.rt rtf lowing M. N. I'TBiner ne m
4.iLf, at t.ov u viut.& m tiic axbcxiivv v-v- v v j. vjr, w w- o
Mrs. ;
Corvallis
The total amount 6f money needed by the district during the fiscal year exercises at the college, where tiuir,
beginning on June 21, 1920, and ending on June 30, 1921, is estimated in grand-daughter and niece, Miss
the following budget and includes the amounts to be received from the arie prather, was a graduate.
oniintu Bhnni fnnri. state school fund. sDecial district tax. and all otner, , i
moneys of the district:
BUDGET
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES
Teachers salaries $9,000.00
WIIKN the chiUlrcn
romp i" "Kry 84
youuK bears, lu re are M-me
wholesonio, economical de
lights that iU 'H't ob- M
received with Klce. but wi
satisfy the moM ravenoui
appetite in a most whole
sonic manner.
Cookies
V cup nhi'rtoiiH'H
u cui nil.k
UtKu.-i.iiKit."1 i".lm
lt.s ...,.n xuiuliu rnot or
J l.'HWOIl Uo)fl I'ttklu
Cream (.liortcu.. ; 4 uKi'
toKtthcr; add mUW to bcauij
CKK and heat apm; 1J
slowly to creamed shorten
ing ami ,:B.r; I mtK
and tlavoriiis; add i
Hour silted u'uh 1'-" P,,W"
dcr; add rn.uu;h tiuut IKr
to muke stilt d-uiKh. Hull out
very thin on floureJ bo.r,
cut with rookie cutler. !'!"
klc with onTir, or rt r VM"
or a piece of EnRlidi Inut
; il,r i-cntrr of earn.
about 12 minutes in hot oven.
Cocoa Prop CaVct
4 tshliiioon nhortoulnj
1 cup nuKr
-n i ii!k
i'n'. '.'.','." ttoya! HftHln
1 "A.i.r
1 rwr -.i. .ik
1 1031000 vtmllia utract
BAKING
POWDER
Absolutely Puro
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to nlomiu'li
h. vn n:'K
table 0, J
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king. "HJ
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t ru. rinuf
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ma on, L!rt
Cretin shortniinc m
ljr.bein,An;
wrtll bc4Ua ret; V'
Krlhrr ...J lW 5o
Ji"ge una: mi Wfn
cool tovrrwiih 0Ur!.,
COOKBOOKRa)
Jtut t,tt tin fr ulI
tiiiln n) d,i,,..j
frM if fM lU mti r
nam t'l)ru
ori. nt-o H)5as
T rf
I Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
temporarily located in
Bevcns house.
Devino are
the Eston1
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500.00
Furniture
Apparatus and supplies, such as maps, chalk,
erasers, stoves, curtains, etc
Library books
Flags
Repairs of schoolhouses, outbuildings or
fences
Improving grounds 100.00
Playground equipment
Transportation of pupils
Tuition of pupils
Janitor's wages
Janitor's suppiles (. .
Fuel v
Light
Water
Clerk's salary
Postage and stationery
For the payment of bonded debt and interest
thereon, issued under Sections 117, 144 to 148
and 422 of the School Laws of Oregon,
1917
Telephone .
Paving assessment
Insurance j
500.00
100.00
50,00
350.00
1350.00
100.00
500.00
70.00
70.00
115.00
25.00
4975.00
22.00
130.00
200.00
Miss Alma Wells and Guy Prath-
ating
exercises Thursday night and!
wer." aeconiiianifd home by their i
er have returned to their homes here ,i..ui1ti.r. Miss Alma, who finished!
'after attending: high school in Sa- tne 12tll Kratje tju.re this year.
,lem. They both graduated from the y prather, our worthy road,
j 12 years course with high standing 8Upt'rvis"or has K. McElmurry and
and will enter collepe this fall. skipp WiiUenU-rge working' the j
j Frank Hall of Woodburn spent roa(js this week.
Sunday with his brother, Jack Hall,
j and wife.
! Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tyler and family
of Woodburn visited Sunday with
jMr. Tyler's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
j Norman Tyler.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Reynolds and
'family were in Corvallis last week
! attending graduating exercises at
;the college, their daughter gradu
jating there this year.She will clerk
af Indenendence for Eddy & Car
tBBBSSSSSSL
At The Baptist Church 1
The Young Peoples' Society so
cial which was held in the basement
of the Baptist church was enjoyed
by all present. A jolly time pre
vailed throughout the vjiole even
ing. There wa.s not opportunity for
anyone to be grouchy and pessimis
tic. Games and c;JU and business
all played an important part in
mnUin thft pvnirif nnp worth whi!
ibrav durinsr the summer months and fe ' . . ,
,ukay uui..e v wert. not there vou missti'd a
tho "
OK SALE -Six-hufe p wef Tuir-l.ankM.rn-
ynv.Une ntKin In
fir;t elm ' '"Tvli'ion, a bargain.
lr..uiri- EtitTrt!t off
FOR SALE --(K) pound team. wag.
on and hurm-w. S. M. Wattn.
Larger, Ilurna Vi.nU. 4-3t
FOUND Creen f wratc r coat. Ap
ply at EnUrpre office. 1S-1 1
IMISTW UK'S BLTA3
Knivet tnl Klwort jm
or honed, k itehfRrt xi-
rrlla and lawn mmn
C atrcet, LetwMB M;sik
W. C. Boitwia, h
1
We have jut rtctitWi
of
Potiltf)
u i
All other purposes 500.00
! will teach domestic science
Albany school this fall.
in
good time. So keep your eyes peel
ed and look for the announcement
for t tht fotk
A number from here attended the of our ncxt party an,, ROod time
Total estimated amount of money to be ex-
pended for all purposes during the year....
ESTIMATED RECEIPTS
From county school fund during the coming year. . $2731.00
From state school fund during the coming yea... . 3096.00
Cash now in hands of the district clerk 2000.00
Cash now in the hands of the county treasurer be
longing to the district
High frchool 1400.00
Estimated amount to be received from all other
sources during the. coming school year 2300.00
Total stimated receipts not including1 the money
to be received from the tax which it is pro
posed to vote v
RECAPITULATION
Total estimated expenses for the year .
Total estimated receipts not including the tax to
be voted
Balance, amount to be raised by district tax
Dated this 9th day of June, 1920.
Attest: C G. Irvine, District Clerk.
-J. S. Bohannon, Chairman Board of Directors.
last Thursday
Next Sunday there will be some
WANTED TO KENT Houm with
bnth room anil other modern con
veniences. Not wiuirod if for Scratch Food, I& p
a!e. Write or phono Plant & per Cwt
Rose, liuena Vista, Ore. 11-ltj Developing Mlsk, pi
YOUR TIRE Trouble
Hewitt Jersey sale
S18.657.00 !near wonmoutn. ver interesting meetings at the Ban-
Alfred Loy, who has attended u. tjst church which you will not want j
A. C. for the past three years, left to 1-. jn tne morning the Sun
Monday for Corvallis where he will school meets at 10 a. m. At 11
'be ioined by a unit of officers m ftvi noc t.hft Tpv Prnnnn will umi
draining who will leave by special on the vVhat, Why and How of Mis- A(3jUKt,"! promptly und in a work
t train from Portland for Camp Biong in the evening the Young man"kf manner. Try me. SER
Kearney, Calif.,where he will take pe0ples' Society meets at 7 o'clock. VICE in big letters.
:more thorough training. 'All young people are invited to '
j Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Harmon, come. An able leader and a timely' KC' (urt's "ml Racine Tirc"
$11,527.00 Mrs N. C. Anderson, Miss Blanche subject. At 8 o'clock Rev. Proppe anJ Tu,,c" for Kalc-
Harmon and Floyd Duvall attended will preach the postponed sermon on1
$18,657.00 ithe praduating exercise at Salem "The Remarkable Conversion of an "I ml U UUN N E.LL
Thursday night. Army Officer." Come and hear
Mrs. R. E. Prather, Leland and this. A hearty welcome awaits all , , frm Fan"m SUlte Bank,
Ander-'at these services. -i-..oencc.
ll.527.00
$7,130.00
Every Home
Have One
Should
Ruth Prather and Mrs. E. J.
son took in the Salem high school
graduating exercises last Thursday
night '
Rumor has it that we are still to
have a store at Buena Vista.
G. A. Wells an. l family were at
the capital city high school gradu-
$4.50 per Cwt.
T.gg Producer Huh,
$4.35 per Cwt.
We carry Host Stock I
Cholerine. Alo l M B"
nd Seedi.
Indepencence Se:
Feed Store
THEY BATE B
"
mi Hom.
A Savings Account Book whose hap
py pages record not only consider
able money saved and drawing inter
est twice a year, but also a per
sistence of effort to be proud of.
Deposit every pay day. We will
help you save carefully.
FARMERS
STATE BANK
Independonc
Oregon
-I While You Are !
Portland s
Guest
Visit j
Bush & Lane !
Piano Co. I
A welcome in terms of good I
music on fine instruments J '
awaits you. Your favorite j
musical compositions will have
an intensified appeal, you will
find, when played upon our
Upright Pianos
Grand Pianos
Player Pianos
Phonographs
And don't forget that we
are Record Headquarters.
Come it is our pleasure to
please you I
BUSH & LANE
PI ANO CO.
Broadway at Alder
PORTLAND OREGON
ii
ixf 3 S h
"w cars aW.it aU com., and if we are lucky
mouifh to get mure thoy will )(, higher priced.
you want to SAVE MONEY buy your cr NOW
and
Wc have several good used ;ul(1 the price, .re right.
Ako ONE NEW FORD SEDAN.
Our Lines of TRUCKS are ueqalled-l, V, and 2 ton.
Tnctorsjhreshing Outfits
and Farm Machinery
DALLAS, OREGON
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