Independence monitor. (Independence, Or.) 1912-19??, March 16, 1917, Image 3

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    Gospel
aptist
INDEPENDENCE
Friday,Mar.
Evening
Dr.
"He is humorous, pathetic, logical and convincing.
One of the strong men of the country"
"He is one of our most able evangplists and is
thoroughly endorsed by pastors, church and press
wherever he has conducted meetings."
"Not only does Dr. Marshall possess dreat ability
as a speaker but he has the pep of Billy Sunday.
; From the time he Jakes his place on the platform
l! until the last sentence is uttered, there is 'some-
Jl thing doing' all the time."
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ORRESPONDENCE,
BUENA VISTA
Mrs. Harry Davidson, who has
been visiting with Mr. David
son's mother, left Tuesday for
Detroit, Ore-, where her husband
is working.
Jessie Tan went to Portland
the fore part of the week to see
if he couldn't find work.
The Ladies' Rural Club met
with Grandma RlcLainon Thurs
day and in spite of the rainy
weather a fair sized crowd was
Out. The next meeting is with
Mrs. W. E. Buell on March 22.
It is requested that all members
be present.
The ladies of the vicinity gave
a banquet to the basket ball
team on Tuesday evening and a
godd sized crowd was present.
A good time was enjoyed by all.
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H. E.
Marshall
"A Man Mo Is Truly Demonstra
ting that the Old Gospel
Is yet New,"
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i Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Chown
went to Independence to Rebekah
lodge on Tuesday evening. The
degree staff put on the work
which was splendidly done. The
ones on the staff surely deserve
credit.
Jack KayPe who has been in
Salem in the hospital for about a
month, returned home Tuesday
night and is very much improved
in health.
Grandma Kayse has been quite
sick since her return home but is
much improved at present.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Conger
and family spent Saturday night
and Sunday at the Herman
A nderson home.
Word Irom the bedside of
Thos. McCarty, who is in a Port
land hospital, is to theeffect that
Puzzle No. 15
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'he table of the km tf England.
he is now able to sit up and will
soon be able to come home.
Milo and Wallace Atkinson
and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Chown
were Sunday guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lichty.
Grandma Hall, the mother of
Mrs. Geo. McLaughlin, died on
Thursday night at an old age.
She has been helpless for five or
six yeaas. Burial was made in
the WooJburn cemetery on Sun
day afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Elkins
autoed to Dallas Saturday and
visited with Mr. Elkins' parents
until Sunday morning, then they
went to Lewisville and visited
with Mrs. Elkins' parents, re
turning home Sunday evening
Mrs. VV. K. Bevens is laid up
with a bad cold.
Lost, near the M. E. churth
a gold watch a little large than
a half dollar. Mr. Liehty's pic
ture is inside the case. Finde
return to Mrs. Mr. E. M. Lichty
How's This?
We offer One Hundred rollnra B
ward (or any case of Catarrh that can.
not d cured by Halls Catarrh Cur.
Hall's Catarrh Cure ha been taken
by catarrh sufferers for the past
thirty-five years, and has become
known as the most reliable remedy for
i atarrh. Hall s Catarrh Cure acts thru
tlie Blood on the Mucous surfaces, ex
P' lllnR the Poison from the Blood and
nettling the diseased portions.
After you have tHken Hall's Catarrh
Cure for a short time you will see
srreat Improvement In your general
health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh
Cure at once and get rid of catarrh.
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo. Ohio.
Bold by all Druggists, i5c
OVER THE COUNTY
Dallas Abel Uglow is tear
ing up his ten acre hop yard. He
will plant the field to clover.
Sunny Slope Ed Rodgers
completed an up-to-date hog
pen on his ranch last week.
Ballston The empty houses
in tsaiuton are Deing rapiaiy
occupied and increasing business
activity is being noted.
Monmouth In competition
with the product of 57 cream
eries from nine states, the Mon
mouth creamery was accorded
second prize in a contest re
cently held in Portland.
Sunny Slope Riddell Bros
are having a large quantity of
oak posts made.
Dallas The Itemixer is in
receipt of a letter from a man in
the middle west who wants more
information in regard to our
climate, soil, crops, etc. He says
he has heard that this is a won
derful country for prunes and
"nuts". We don't know wheth
er this is a compliment or an
insult. Itemizer.
West SALEM-Rev. Aldrieh of
the Leslie church Bang a solo and
Dlaved several pieces on the
organ recently.
Kola Mrs. Hayden sold
fresh milk cow and calf for $50.
McCoy All the houses in Me-
Coy are occupied.
Eola George Chapman has a
lame wrist, caused by the kick
of a rooster.
NEW 'BUTTER,,LAW
According to the bill as amend
ed, creameries have to pasteurize
milk, but farmers offering butter
for sale do not if they pursue a
certain course. Ihey are per
mitted to sell butter provided
they first make application to the
state veterinarian to have their
co ' 3 tested to see if they are
fcind free from tuberculosis
germs. This test will cost them
nothing. After making applica
tion and until the arrival of the
state veterinarian they are per
mitted to sell butter. If he finds
eows affected there must b a
plant put in, or he will give the
farmer a certificate showing a
clean bill of health and farmers
can sell their butter product
without installing a pasteuriza
tion plant. '
PROPOSED BONDS
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her Columbia Highway east and
west
Talk about raw deals, coarse
work-why. this has the Ger
maa-japan-Aiexican conspiracy
backd into a siding.
ine Courier would like to see
bard surfaced roads as well as
any road booster in Oregon, but
it backs up on this Portland deal,
because it doesn't mean paved
roads for a great majority of the
taxpayers of Oregon.
It would be cheaper for the
state to absolutely buy the ril
roads.
There is no more sense in bond
ing: the state than there is for
a Benton county to run in debt
for a golf suit becuus bonds
mean $2 for SI, and bonds must
be paid.
if there had been a provision
in that bill that each county
should put in its own plant and
pave its own roaris, it would
never have passed.
If there had been a provision
that the state condemn tement
deposits and furnish road ma
terial at cost, it would have been
knocked in the head in a com
mittee room before it had its
first breath.
Of all the false-labeled buncos,
this road bond scheme is "Ex
hibit A".
It isn't even clever.
SCARCITY OF STOCK
It is beginning to look as
though thare will be an acute
shortage of cattle for about the
next threa months and a short
age of hogs for the next Bix
months, at least. Feed lots in
Oregon and Washington are
about empty and our supply of
cattle will have to come from
Montana and Idaho. The winter
crop of hogs has been marketed
and it remains to be seen from
where our supply of hogs will
come, tverytning in me near
territory has been marketed and,
while prices may not go materi
ally higher, a short supply of
meat, unless grass becomes a
factor, cannot be avoided. So
far as beef, pork and mutton are
concerned no relief to the con
sumer is in sight. Portland Live
Stock Reporter.
OUR "REPRESENTA
TIVE" IN CONGRESS
Take our own representative,
that Christian gentlemen, Mr.
Hawley; he has a clarion voice
when at home, but In behalf of
the people it is silent in the lower
house of congress. His constitu
ents weep with mortification for
the big nothing. Woodbarn In
dependent.
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UNDERTAKERS REFUSE
TO LET HIM ALONE
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New York. If the drain of
William Clinton Is reported
many more tlins Clinton tliri'iit
eiis tn i.k.vIcU; K Job for 'lie un
dertaker hlhiself mid It won't
I Ills Imiv either. Four Mines
lu a month undertakers hare
railed at tils home, lirlnirlrt: s'J
lii-lr paraphernalia and insisting
that he was dead.
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ARBER HAS CLIPPED O
TWENTY TONS OF HAIR O
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Milwaukee, Wis. Iteconls are
ptlliiK up. Andrew Hctx-iiHtrelt
of Jtiu(llurt', Win,, retires after
forty-two years of bsrlxrlng
with the proud reeord of listing
shared seventy -six miles of
face, clipped twenty tons of
Lafayette county hair and op
erated on ;vil,.'iJi) ix-rsons Hta
Marks compilers, pleaxe note.
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Bird's Ashes From Aeroplane.
Hutl Iiieyo, Cnl.-Tlie Uxly of Tina. H
't canary UIoiikIhu to Colonel Mil
llaiu (J.usi-foMj. ('oiiiinaiid.iiit at 111
North Inland aviation m lux, I, was n.'
til auj the-!' tnkeii aloft In t:u aruir
Mplnrie hv Iiin'rii.-ior All-rf HioUIihimI
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CHRISTIAIN
F. Claude Stephens, Pastor
Important Services, Lord's
March 18.
Bible School at 10 a. m.
Divine service 11 a. m.
Theme: "Altogether!"
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
Topic: 'Tho Curse of Cowardice."
Evening service, 7:110 p. ni.
Theme: "The Missinu Link."
Those having no other place to wor
ship for this date are weltome to le
rith us.
Breathes there a man with soul to
dead,
Who never to himself hath said,
'This is my own, my native land?' "
13 APT I ST
W. S. STEWART, Pastor.
The large eongregationt that attend
ed the Baptist church both morning
and evening' was a good portend for
the success ef the revival meetings.
All of the services on Sunday will be
under the charge of Kev. II. E.
The
Monitor always
leads.
NATIONAL
MAZDA
LAMPS i
SERVICE
See that Every Lamp you
have is a "National Mazda"
For the National Mazda
is the lamp of quality
and longest life.
Beware of
Foreign makes
of Lamps
sss
Independence
Electric Co.
H. J. ROWE, Mgr.
he-e-
l
Business
T" rm.
Our steady Increase in patron
age and our faith in the future of
Independence means much to our
customers, new and old. Weare
going to make greater effdrif&
than ever before to please those
r no tls3
who patronize us and to gW&
them every discount that tl
grocery business will allow, tfcl
Calbreath
IMIMMMt
Marshall. He will preich both morn
ing and evening.
Sunday school at 10.
Friendly Entertainers meeting at I.
B. Y. P. U. at 6:30.
Gospel meetimri every night at 7:S0.
All are cordially Invited, and a warm
welcome ia promised. The evangelist.
Rev. H. E. Marshall will preach every
night.
METHODIST
Thus. D. Yarnei, Pastor.
0 A. M. Sunday School.
11 A. M. Divine worship.
3 P. M. Loyal Temperance Legion.
6:30 P. M. Epworth League.
7:30 P. M. Evening service.
PWI3S13YTKRIAN
Dr. H. C Dunsmore, Pastor
10 a. ni. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Public Worship with
7:30 p. m. Sermon.
We invite you to all our services.
Strangers cordially welcomed.
N. L. BUTLER
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Practice in all Courts
E. K. Pf ASECKI
ATTORNEY AT LAW
County Court House
Dallas, Oregon.
Joseph A. Flnlcy
Vocal Teacher
Thursdays from 4-8:10 p.m
Can take only five pupils
Write
600 Koyal
Portland.
Bld&,
BUTTER WRAPS
1 per 100
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