The Polk County post. (Independence, Or.) 1918-19??, April 16, 1920, Image 3

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Moore Getty received 800 baby
chickens last week.
How would YOU
like a
like this?-
; Hurley Prather sold a horse to an
Albany man last week.
N o m in a t io n C o u p o n
F r e e V o te C ou p on
Mr. Kiser is shearing goats in out
neighborhood this week.
Good for 5000 Free Votes
E. B. Gobat and family of Albany
were Buena callers Sunday.
Fritz TorgeSon and family were
I shopping in Albany Saturday.
A u to m o b ile C o n te s t
A u to m o b ile P r iz e
C o n te s t
Please Enter:
Abe Porter has been employed to
operate the ferry for the county.
- and for
3 4 'Years W ork,
HAT is the kind of increase in salary
the minister has received. His living
expenses have risen just as fast and as far
as yours.
But he is paid on the average just 52 cents
more p er church m em ber than he was paid 34
years ago.
The M inister N ever Fails You
Every officer of the Government with a war
message to deliver appealed to the ministers first
of all.
But 80% of the ministers receive less income
than government economists figure as a minimum
for the support of an average family.
When hospitals need money they enlist the
support of the ministers—and receive it.
But when sickness visits the minister or the
members of his family they must be treated in a
charity ward. His pay is less than a day laborer’s.
8 out of every 10 ministers receive less than
$20 a week—aboift half the pay of a mechanic.
W e P a y H im H a l f th e W a g e s o f a M ech a n ic
And of these pitifully inadequate salaries, how much do
y o u contribute? Nothing if you are outside the cnurch;
an average of less than 3c a day if you are a church
AL of us share in the benefits of Christian ministers to
the community. They m arry u s : bury us • baptize our
children; visit us when we are sick. In their nands is the
spiritual training of the youth.
Miss (Mr. or Mrs.....................
Prather Brothers will raft their
last raft for this spring this week.
Sam Irvine has a crew of Japs
working in his hop yard south of
N. C. Andejson sold some fat hogs
to the Nebergal Packing Company in
Albany last Thursday.
Not Good After April 1«
NOTE: Only One Nomination Coupon Accepted lor Each Candidat# Nominated.
fieri Snyder and wife were in Al-
| bany Thursday to consult a doctor
in regards to her health.
Througli special arrangements
Alfred Loy, who is attending O. A. with the Germo Mfg. Co., of Cali­
C., spent Sunday with his parents, fornia, we are pleased to announce
a Free Lecture on Poultry by Judge
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Loy.
Geo. W. Masterson, of California.
Mr. and Mrs. Yensin of Salem
You and your friends are cordial­
were the house guests of Mr. and ly invitecl to be present. It will be
| Mrs. Cleve Prather last week.
given Thursday afternoon, April
Ed Harmon, wife and daughter 22, at the Isis Theatre at 1:30 p. m.
Mr. Masterson lias been breeding
! attended the funeral of the late
exhibiting poultry for 25 years,
j John Palmer at Salem Sunday.
making his first exhibit in Illinois
| Lester Godwin, mother and sisters in 1894. Ho has made a close study
have moved to the Werjjne hop of commercial flocks and Pacific
j yard, where they have employment. Coast conditions the past 12 years.
His lecture will treat on Culling,
Mr. Christian and family went to Breeding, Treatment of Disease,
! McMinnville last week to help his Housing and How to Make Poultry
brother-in-law put in the spring Pay.
Remember the date, and come if
Jim Nash, wife and daughter, of you can.
Lay everything aside and be
Salem, were the week end visitors
He will demonstrate with
l of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake
live specimens.
I nterchurch
Independence Bakery
f All Kinds of Wood
Miss (Mr. or M rs.)................
Alma Wells, who is attending
Methodist Services
high school in Salem, spent Satur­
day and Sunday with her parents,
A. C. Bohrnstad of Salem will
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Wells.
speak at the M. E. church Sunday
evening at 7:30. Come and hear
S. C. Nelson and family moved to him. A male quartette of fine sing­
: Salem Monday. Mr. Nelson re- ers from Salem will be there to help
| cently traded his farm here for a in th service.
small piece of land near Salem.
W e A r e A i l P r o fite e r s a t T h eir E x p e n se
Sunday school at 10 a. m. The
Otis Cole, wife and son of Port­ school is doing fine and we desire
Part of the Interchurch W orld program is this—a living
land motored up Sunday and spent to have all come who have no other
wage for every minister of Jesus C h rist; an efficient p.ant,
the day with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. school to go to. Prayer meeting
and a chance to do a Dig man’s job.
Prather, the latter being his sister. Wednesday evening at 7:30.
If you want better preachers, help to pay the preachers
Cordial welcome to all.
better, ft's the best investment for your community -and
Mrs. T. D. McClain, formerly of
C. T. COOK, Pastor.
tor your children—that you can ever mane.
this place but now of Salem, left
last Thursday for Missouri to spend
some time visiting her parents, as A FARMER’S THREE REASONS
her father is in very poor health.
(McMinnville Telephone-Register)
An Oregon farmer announced to a
friend that he had three rensons for
Prophesying an early and materi­ supporting the higher educational
al influx of new residents to south­ measures at the election May 21—
ern Polk county, William Setak three reasons that nobody could
called at the office of The Polk question. Asked to name them he
County Post the other day to get replied: "James, Mary and William.”
Till recently Mr. Setak has been FARMS AND ACREAGE WANTED
45 W E S T 18th S T R E E T , N E W Y O R K C IT Y
a guard in the state penitentiary
For real service and results list
at Salem. He resigned that post
7 hs publication of this advertisement is made possible
about the first of April to move to your property with us. We have
through the co-operation of 30 denominations.
the C. T. Nelson farm of 102 acres six salesmen with machines. We
four miles south of Independence, inspect and photograph your prop­
which he bought for $12,000. He erty and advertise extensively, and
will engage in dairying and fruit have a demand for property at all
times. Fred W. German Co., 732
Mr. Setak says that many of his Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Port­
acquaintances now residing else­ land, Oregon.
where have their eyes on southern
Phone the news to M2113.
Polk county as the one best bet for
agricultural development in this
section of Oregon. He anticipates
that many of them will be down
here to buy land and locate during
the year._
| And are putting out the best bread on the market.
An Oregon family of four had $100
a month to get along on in 1913, but
- It is more like Mother’s bread. Clean and baked
Baptist Church Announcements
had grown into a family of ten with
by electricity.
only $45 a month income in 1920,
Try it; You will like it.
You haven't forgotten the date how in the world would it live?
and the big doings at the Baptist
That Is the Case W ith
church Friday night, have you?
Supper will be served at 6 p. m., The State University, the Agricul­
after tvhich will follow a program tural College, and the Oregon Nor
and a social hour. You had better mal. In 1913) they had 2250 stu­
iTraiiiMiimiiaiiiaiiiBiimiiamwiMiitaiiiwmi'wmuiBimmBiiiaiiiwmuiBiimiMmwiWii come early if you want to get in on dents; now they have 5400. And
$1 in 1913 is only as good as 45
Sunday, April the 18th, Rev. II.
ii«iMiiaim«iia»iiaiii»iiauiaiiiaiii»i»iiaii«iiHiin:iiwi«(iBiiwiwi'wiiwi(wi«i!i L. Proppe goes to Salem to occupy cents today, in purchasing power.
the pulpit of the First Baptist
If You Yourself W ere
church both morning und evening.
Evangelist Mrs. Thompson will
preach both morning and evening
could you carry on the work of the
Rev. H. L. Proppe.
Sunday morning, April 25, Rev. College, University and Normal on
----- Dealers in-----
Proppe will preach on "The Most the same state support as in 1913?
Loved Psalm in the Bible". This is
You Could Not.
a sermon everyone should hear.
Put this where you can see it Neither can the Statft University,
easily and come and avail yourself the Agricultural GoHgn, and tin*
Normal School do i( \£iJl you not
Im m w ia iiia iiB M im in iia 'iia in w iiM iiK in ir n im a iiim n iin ia iiM iH i'm H ” of these privileges.
You n e welcome
help these three institittion« to con
tinue their useful and productive
FOR JOINT REPRESENTATIVE work for Oregon by voting on May
21 for the Higher Educational re­
i hereby announce my candidacy lief measure.
for the office of Joint Representa­
Has More Readers in South Polk County
tive for Polk and Lincoln counties, (Paid advertisement inserted by
Has More South Polk County News
subject to the will of the Repub­ Colin Dyment in behalf of the Joint
Has More Independence Advertising
lican Voters at the primary election Alumni Belief Committee for High­
er Education in Oregon, 514 Pittock
May 21st.
Block, Portland.)
Than Any Other Newspaper 4
| Have Installed Electric
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what diminished, and during the
WRITES FROM GERMANY last period (only one week) the
Under date of February 23, Gail
Prather, of Buena Vista, a member
of Co. 50th Infantry, Third Brigade,
writes Walter Plant from Mayen,
“I’m only on duty with the Com­
pany three hours of the day and the
rest of the time 1 have to myself.
Had three prize figins out on the
parade grounds yesterday for the
title of A. F. in G. There were about
five thousand soldiers there from dif­
ferent parts of the occupied terri­
tory. I like it fine as far as soldier­
ing is concerned but these square
heads haven't got only ui>out tiulf
sense. Have a fight with them a-
bout every three or four days. The
lieutenant told me yesterday that
we would be sent back to the states
some time this summer unless some­
thing happens. So if we do I’ll be
there for hop picking this fall.”
voting power of subscription pay­
ments is slightly more than one-half
what they might have been during
the first period.
The purpose of this plan (which
is quite the reverse of the usual
rule) is, of course, to encourage ac­
tivity among the contestants, and
keep them busy right from the
start. The fairness of it, to ail con­
cerned, should ffie apparent to all
who give the matter fair and im­
partial consideration.
The line automobile at stake is,
of course, an incentive to greater
activity. Not often in a lifetime is
presented opportunity to secure a
fine automobile in return for six
weeks' work (five weeks, now).
The secondary prizes offer good
compensation for those who work
hard and conscientiously, but not
with the highest degree of success.
Incidental Information.
No; it is not too late to enter now.
In fact^ there is all kinds of terri­
tory, rich with opportunity, yet un­
The year 1918 was an extremely touched.
profitable one for the spinning in­
Yes; you may nominate yourself,
dustry in Japan and, owing to fa­ a member of your family or a
vorable business conditions, It be­ friend, and receive the benefit of
came more firmly intrenched as the the coupon good for 5,000 free votes.
No; votes cannot be transferred
leading manufacturing industry of
one candidate to another.
the country. At the end of 1918
But any candidate may be assisted
there were 177 mills in this district by any number of solicitors, pro­
operated by 43 companies, with a viding reports Ije made in the name
Combined subscribed capital of $96,- and in behalf of such candidate.
438,000, of which $69,247,000 was
Yes; it’s to the decided advant­
paid up and reserve funds amount­ age of all to make reports frequent­
ing to $46,213,050. The 177 mills ly . Thereby they are relieved of
contained 3,175,768 ring spindles, responsibility for collections, and
51,910 mule spindles and 40,391 they are sure to obtain the maxi­
looms. They consumed 853,288,000 mum voting power represented by
pounds of raw cotton and turned out their collections. Reports should
be made at least twice a week, and
740.883.000 pounds of yam. 84,- no later than Wednesday of each
pounds of lint, and 6,204,- week.
000 pounds of waste. They employed
Bless you, no; there is no danger
27,043 male operatives, earning av­ of the campaign manager running
erage daily wages of 33.2 cents, and away with the money. Ask the
99,664 female operatives, earning editor; he knows.
2 1 ^
n n rv f o
Positively, not There is no dan­
ger of the campaign manager giv­
ing away or selling “tips." He is
IN A BUNCH playing no favorites, and he is not
for sale. Besides, during the last
and most important week of the
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campaign, the affair will be entire­
No Eleventh Hour Terms.
All rules, conditions and terms ly out of his hands, as definitely
pertaining to this campaign were provided for by the rules of the
fully, completely and positively campaign.
As mentioned above, this cam­
stated in the first announcement of
this cunfpaign appearing in The paign is to be a nice, neighborly,
Post under date of April 2. In that clean-cut, community affair.
announcement were no words of must also be snappy, because it will
hidden meaning, no terms or condi­ cpinc to a close just five weeks from
tions held in reserve. The whole Saturday night.
With an honest ambition to make
proposition was fully set forth,
without reservation or secret eva­ ttiis paper a grenter power for good
in this community The Post has as­
No special inducements—either in sumed great expense and labor to
the form of prizes or bonus votes— extend the sphere of its usefulness.
will be offered or awarded for spec­ The workers are doing their part
ial results at any time during the most worthily.
Fellow citizens, what are you do­
No eleventh hour surprise of any ing? How much have you advanc­
nature will he introduced, where­ ed the date of your subscription?
by any candidate now entered may And, how many copies of the paper
suffer injury, or any "dark horse" have you taken for friends back
east, who don’t know, yet, about
candidate derive special benefit.
The plan of the whole campaign the wonderful opportunities of this
is designed to favor and protect section?
those who enter early, and who re­ Your support will count for more
main mrtet active from the very today than it will five weeks from
Early Results Count the Fastest
Refer to the schedule showing the WE’RE REAL LIVE NEPHEWS
basis on which votes are issued for
subscription payments. It appears
"The Portland Journal Stroller
in the full page advertisement in
this issue. It is the same schedule appears to be such a good natured
which was carried in the announce­ chap that his front name must be
Sam. Haven't you noticed that
ment three weeks ago.
Observe that the campaign is di­ most of the boys named after theii*
vided into three parts- the first four country are that kind?"—Inde­
weeks constituting the first period; pendence Post.
ttie next two weeks, the second
You’re right. Post. That’s us, and
period, the list week, the third
’’Dad" and the ’’boss", too, and
Please observe, too, that $1.50 paid we're all strong for “Independence."
on subscription in time for the —The Stroller.
votes to be cast during the first
period is good for 3,000 votes, and a
Knight Adjustment Co.,
payment of $7.50 for five years is
McMinnville Ore.
good for 25,000 votes.
During the second period the vot­
ing power of subscriptions is some­ Tripp Mile real eeUt«.