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Edna Shrunk, Ernest Chown and
Isabelle Petterson, Johnny Nash
has joined the navy so he will be
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SPAULD1N6 LOGGING GO. Independence
Mrs. Griffin of Iowa is visiting
her sister, Mrs. J. A. Reynold,
and brother, B. F. Shrunk.
Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Prather,
Mrs. Jake Nash and Mrs. Jessie i
Tan were visiting relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Nash visited
Sunday with the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Nash,
and sister, Mrs Jessie Tan.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lichty
went to McMinnville Saturday
on a visit returning Sunday even
ing. Mrs. J. E. Anderson ac
C. P. Wells is the proud pos
sessor of a new Ford.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grounds
are flying around in a new Over
land. Miss Clara Schneider is visiting
with home folks, Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. McLaughlin.
Miss Gladys Reynold, who is
attending the 0. A. C, spent
Saturday and Sunday with her
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AN anchor, which you drew in Jour U.-t picture, i. a Queer lookm, article. ,
isn't It. children? Vet when anchors are dr...p.-d to the bottom of the ,
' aea they hold fast th. bluest warahli a Frequently when there i a f i
blowtn, and a log at sea captains of shM d-n't kne her, they are gain.
On dark nights they look for aome s.gn of warning to k-p off dangerous reefs
and rocks. You can draw the picture now of aomethin tiiat has saved thou
audi of llvea Start your pencil at No. 1 and you U ft an inter tlr picture.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall of
I Woodburn are visiting the
I former's brothers here, Jack and
Mr. and Mrs. EJ Prather have
j purchased a new Overland and
j are enjoying it very much. It
! makes the eighth car for this
I neighborhood this spring,
J Mrs. Kaw of Amity is visiting
j her mother, Grandma McClain,
! and other relatives here.
! Miss Mary Nisson of McMinn
Iville accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
j Lichty home on Sunday evening.
Lark Hall of Monmouth is vis
i iting his brothers, Jack and Wra.
Fra lk Fisher went to Portland
to visit his mother.
The baccalaureate sermon for
the graduating class was fine.
Th commencement exercises
will be held Friday evening at
8 p. m. The graduates this year
are Johnny Nash, Gilbert Loy,
Puzzle No. 26
The Ladies' Club gave a fare
well party at the parsonage on
Monday evening for the teach
ers "of the school Miss Smith,
Miss Thomas and Prof,
and Mrs. Buell. The best wishes
of the community goes with
them. Mrs. Buell has been a
good member of our club and
will be greatly missed, but our
loss is another club's gain.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
With LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as th
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Catarrh la a local disease, greatly In
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and In order to cure It you must
take an internal remedy. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure is taken Internally and
acts thru the blood on the mucous sur
faces of the sr"trm. Hall's Catarrh
Cure was prescribed by one of the best
physicians In this country for years. It
is composed of some of the beat tonics
known, combined with some of the
best blood purifiers. The perfect com
bination of the Infrredlents In Hall's
Catarrh Cure Is what produces such
wonderful results In catarrhal condi
tions. Send for testimonials, free.
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OVER THE COUNTY
Dallas -The dates for the
Dallas Chautauqua will be July
10 to 16 inclusive.
Monmouth The newHelmick
bridge over the Big Luckiamute
river will be thrown open to
traffic this week.
Airlie G. A. Conn has sold
s farm to a man from Wash-
Smithfield After the farm
ers once got started, they made
rapid progress in getting the
crops in and nearly all have
DALLAL-The D. A. R. will
place a marker on the Bite of
Polk county's first courthouse
which was located in North
Buena Vista The Prather
hill, which has been in a bad con
dition all winter, has been
graded. The work and; teams
Eola There is much stealing
going on here. Even farm im
plements have been taken.
PEDEE-The Farmers' Union
now has a membership of 66.
Dallas-Card tables will b
banished from the pool hall in
Former Secretary of State
Bryan has established a unique
record. Mr. Bryan is the first of
the men prominent in the nation's
affairs who has offered his ser
vices to the federal government,
and expressed a willingness to
serve as a private.
The war department has re
ceived offers of service from
other men enjojrina: national
reputations, but these patriots
are not so modest as Mr. Bryan.
They have offered to serve in any
capacity from field marshal to
general, but none, like Mr.
Bryan, as a private.
Mr. Bryan's offer struck a re
sponsive chord in the bosoms of
the officials of the war depart
ment. Washington Post.
SOLDIERS ABOARD VATERLAND
German Infantry, Artillery and Cavalry
Found an Big Steamship.
Hoboken, N. J. Twenty-fire Onona
soldiers In full uniform were found
on the big liner Vaterlaud In Ho
buken. They wen dlncovered bjr a nie
tonis guard la a rililn of the liner.
Some of them were Infantry men, oth
ers artillerymen and a few cavalry
men. lint they were mailo of tin.
The box of them, w bl n bad apir
ently been left behind by a youthful
fiaseti(fer on the liner's lad trip here
and put aside by s ateviard to delight
some future small pa aw tiger, a as taken
to the I'ler with "tlier articles, and Col
lector Xlalone was notified.
The collector decided to present them
to Commodore Mans Kuner, Jr., son of
tb Vaterlaud'e captain, alio Is llrlnir
with h mother In HoboLuli. Young
Commodore Itxus wan delighted with
tbe gift. When he ojened the boi be
sated If It was Christmas.
By Our News Correspondent!
Mrs. Kathryn Ingram has been
quite ill this week.
Miss Marie Myers will teach at
Oak Grove next year.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. White will
move to Portland soon.
Miss Nellie Keyt spent the
week-end in Perrydale.
Mrs. E. E. Cook visited friends
at Corvallis this week.
Rev. Burnette spent several
days here this week with hi3
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Grant and
R. W.Baker motored to Mountain
Davidson and Hedges pur
chased a fine registered Jersey
cow this week.
Marl Woods of Wendeling is
the guest of his grandfather,
J. A. Compton.
Miss Gretchen Kreamer has
returned from Astoria where
she has been teaching.
Mrs. N. B. Ecker of Cazadero
spent several days at the home
of her son, Clyde Ecker.
J. L. Hanna and G. A. Sper
ling have gone to Idaho where
they are selling tractors.
Miss Mary Howard went to
Woodburn Sunday where she
will remain for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. McCarter of
Harrisburg were the guests of
Mrs. Inettie Rich Sunday.
WHEN IN DOUBT ASK
AGENCY 13 Masonic Bldg.,
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cook and
Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Hedges
motored to Portland Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Govro of
Portland visited his mother,
Mrs. I. Govro, several days last
Albert Kullander, now one of
Uncle Sam's soldier boys, spent
Sunday with relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Craven of
Santa Cruz, Cal., were visiting
Independence and Monmouth
relatives this week.
Mrs. John Compton returned
Sunday from Albany where she
ws called on account of her
Gerald Howard has moved
from Marcola to Independence
and will live in the Clodfeltcr
property on Fourth street.
Grandma Hanna had a birth
day on last Friday. She enter
tained many cellers who wished
her many happy returns of the
Mr. ai d Mrs. 0. F. Cosperand
daughter, Llzabeth, of Lebanon
were visiting their many friends
ia Independence Saturday and
Sunday was certainly a "love
ly" day, the first of the year
and every automobile in tewn
and country was brought into
Clyde Hill and family, who
have been in southern Oregon
and California for several
months, have returned to Inde
pendence. I Misses West and Butler and
Mr. Morelana of Monmouth and
Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Macy com
prieed a party who motored into
east Marion county Sunday.
The Amomma class of the
Baptist Sunday school was enter
tained last Friday evening by
Miss Crissie Bramberg at th
social hall. A most delightful
' time waa enjoyed y all.
Thus, D. Yarnes, Pastor.
10 A. M. Sunday School.
11 A. M. Morning service.
2:30 P. M. Loyal Temperance Legion.
7:00 P. M. Epworth League.
8:00 P. M. Baccalaureate Service.
Everybody come. Notice of the pro
gram of this service appears elsewhere)
in this pat er.
F. Claude Stephens, Pastor
Important Service, Lord'e Day,
Bible School at 10 a. m.
Children's Day Program 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor at 1:00 p. m.
No services in the evening.
All cordially invited.
FOR THE YOUTHS
Consider the youth. If he is
able to smoke he is old enough to
tro to war.
Thi9 is the predicament that a
number of young men are in at
the uresent time. The drastic
anti-cigarette law, which went
into effet yesterday, pronibits
the sale of tobacto to any boy
ander 21 years of age, and pro
vides for the punishment of both
the seller and the buyer of th
A lot of boys under 21 years of
age smoke. If they falsely state
their age to be 21 years and buy
the dreamy weed, they are plac-
ng themselves liable to military
service. And many of them do
not want to do this. That is the
rub. Whether U smok and be
conscripted, or not to smoke and
remain at home is the burning
question. Albany Democrat.
Gen. 6ibson No.42, W. R.C.
Have a membership contest on.
This contest will end the 30th of
May 1917. All loyal women are
invited to join our Corps, who
have reached the age of 16, and
pledge s llegiance to our flag and
to the republic for which i'
stands. It is tee oldeet organi
sation of this kind, and all patri
otic women could not find a more
dunerving organization to aid
our Union in caring for our
reterans and their dependent
War Can't Stop Us
It makes no difference in our
appetites for good eats. But the
question of the hour is, "where to
get ood, satisfying: eats at
WE HAVE THE ANSWER
It is plainly in evidence in every
part of our store. It consists of
Fresh, Pure, Clean Groceries
And the smiles of many satisfied customers is the
best of proof that we make good on every claim.
W. S. STEWART, Pastor.
Sunday school at 10.
Preaching at 11.
Subject of the sermon, "Our Part,
or the Sword of the Lord and of
Choir will sing at this service.
Friendly Entertainers meeting 1:30.
B. Y. P. U. at 7:00.
Union service baccalaureate sermon
at Methodist church at 8.
A warm welcome is assured all who
P kGSUYTK R I AN
Dr. H. C Dunsmore, Pastor
10 a. m. Simday school.
11 a. m. ) Public Worship with
8 00 p. m. ( Sermon.
We invite you to all our services.
Strangers cordially welcomed.
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