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YOU men get to putting reliance into good stock.
Ever since you learned of the rich tobacco of
which W-B CUT Chewing is made, there has
been a big and increasing demand (or it. The idea of
shredding the leaf, so that you can get at the tobacco
satisfaction without so much grinding and spitting, has
made a winning with men also. The little chew that
lasts tnd satis6es is the thing.
M.i. fc. WETMAN BRUTON COMPANY, 1107 Bro.4wiy. New York City
iTHE INDEPENDENCE MONITOR
! AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
Published Weekly at Independence, Polk County,
j Oregon, on Friday.
entered as Second Class Matter August 1,1912 at the Pest Office at Inde-
yendence, Folk County, Oregon, Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
. CLYDE T. ECKER, Editor
NINA D. ECKER, Associate
SuDscrlptlon Rates: One Year $1.50 Strictly In Advance
ADVERTISING RATES: 19c. per Inch for one Insertion, 12 l-2c for two or
more Insertions, lOc. on monthly contracts. Headers, 3 and 10c. per line
Independence, Oregon, Friday, April 13, 1917
Steady, evenly dis
tributed heat, un
der perfect control
makes a good oil
Far If fit
like cooking with
city gas. If you
haven't a New Per
fection you've missed
y comfort for years. Bakes,
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in ok or .dor. In 1,1,1. n. 4-burnr tlm,liiii ..p.rata. All
Cablli.t Modal, with Flraloa. Coking Ov.na. Ask your today
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
We have been notified by somebody in Port
land that it will not cost us anything to advertise
the rose festival. When a merchant in this town
holds a flower show or installs an orchestra in his
store for the purpose of drawing1 trade, he pays
for the advertising. He wouldn't have the gall
i to ask us to do it for nothiner. But Portland is
different and there is some reason for it. The
state outside has been "worked" by Portland
interests for so long that it is now force of habit
to throw out bait to the suckers. When Oregon
wakes up and learns that there is something to it
besides Portland, it will commence to grow fat
Simon Benson has begun a suit for libel against
a contributor to the Lebanon Criterion who made
certain charges against him which Mr. Benson
says isn't true. The Criterion, an innocent party,
was included as a defendant. If the case ever
comes to trial, it may be of unusual interest. In
cidentally, several thousand votes were lost for
the proposed bond issue when Mr. Benson went
Costs Little More
to go East
Before .electing the route for your next trip East consider
theie three important things:
Steel cars, through standard or tourist sleeping- can,
unexcelled dining cars.
Rock ballast, automatic block signals, heavy steel rails,
the country as "The Road of a
LIBERAL STOP OVERS
Our Agents are well informed. Ask them
regarding train schedules, or write
JOHN M. SCOTT, General Passenger Agent
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LIMES
Portland Ross Festival, Jane 13, 14, 15
Fewer English Motor Licenses.
London. The number of automobile
licenses Issued In Oreat Rrltain and
Ireland Is only about half what It was
before the war. In 1914 there were
837,000 registered motor vehicles of all
kinds. The total for the following year
was only 3(K).NK) ami for 1010 about
ui Sale By
CRAVEN & HUFF
SLOPER BROS. 5 COCKLE!
When The Monitor
YOU are assured of a jjood
job as a skilled man does
Our Cash System enables us
to beat city prices.
There is hardly anything we
Messrs. Roosevelt and Bryan represented the
two extremes in the present crisis. Roosevelt
wanted war all the time, Bryan stood lor peace
until the last. But now that war has come,
Roosevelt wants to go as leader of a division,
Bryan offers his services as a private.
The young men of the country are rushing to
the colors just as their forefathers did before them
in 1776, 1812, 1848, 1860 and 1898. It called on
fur active service in this war, they will make the
same kind or a record as did their lathers and
Prohibition is a possibility of the war. The
government may deem it for the best interests of
the country to prohibit the sale of all intoxicating
liquors, li proniDiiion is iorcea dv necessity, it
may stay with us alter the war is over.
The President's stand in favor of a war tax
upon profits to pay the expenses of the war is the
right sort. He says that no debt should be
handed down to posterity and where there's a
will there's a way to do as he wishes.
Eggs and Cockerels
Black Minorca and Ancona t
eggs, trap-nested stock.
Only three Minorca cockerels
left, McConnell strain. .
C. E. FRAZIER,
Main 6922 INDEPENDENCE. ORE. J
THE INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL BANK
A Successful lUialnm Carter ot Twenty rive Years
INTEREST PAID ON
OI'I'ICU R A rpip IRUCTORS
H. Illrschbent, Pres. D. W. Sears, V. P.
R. R. DeArmond, Cashier
W. H. Walker, I. A. Allen, O. D. Butler
The government may have to regulate the price
ot foodstuffs. When commission men in thecities
destroy thousands of tons of food to maintain
prices, something more stronger than regulation
is needed for them.
So many organizations are supporting the "six
million bond issue" that it ought to win and cer
tainly if it was a question of which side could
make the most noise, the affirmative would win in
The editor of the Lebanon Criterion has always
i been a faithful errand boy for Portland interests
'and it seems like ingratitude it is ingratitude
to plaster a libel suit on him.
We don't know but what some of the young;
men at least, who are marrying to avoid con-
seriPtion. mav be iiimnini" from tht frvimr iv
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Mere surface dusting or brushing
ia not cleaning. Thorough clean
ing drawa out both "outside''
and "inside" dirt without scatter
ing it in the air you breathe. It
is cleaning such as can only be
had with an
An Electric Vacuum Cleaner will
keep your home spotlessly clean
all year long with very little
effort on your part, at small ex
pense snd with no wear or tear
on rugs, draperies, mattressea,
Oregon Power Co.
'pHERE is more than
physical comfort in
a good fitting suit.
There's the comfort of
knowing it is stylishly
cut and expertly de
signed. C. A. Lochrldge
Th Monitor always leads.
i&ACriZa""""'"l I I your ticket should read
Good reasons why
your ticket should read
Union Pacific System:
Automatic Safety Signals
Protecting every foot of the way to Chicago.
1140 Miles of Double-Track
Highest type of road-bed construction.
H Top-Notch Trains
Through Sleepinc-Cars and D inr
toChicago, Omaha, Kansas City, Denver.
Columbia River Route East
Parallels America's Greatest Highway
through the tanuxis gorge, between roaj and nver.
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
JOINS W.TST AND EAST WITH A BOCUVARD OF STEEL
PORTLAND Cm' OFFICE, Third at Washington
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