Independence monitor. (Independence, Or.) 1912-19??, July 20, 1917, Image 2

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    dE INDEPENDENCE MONITOR
AN INDhFliNDENT NliWSI'AWiK
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Published Weekly at Independence, Polk County,
Oregon, on Friday.
Entered at Second Clan Matter August 1,1912 it the Post Office at Inde
pcndence, Folk County, Oregon, Under the Act of March 3, 1 879.
CLYDE T. ECKR, Editor
NINA B. ECKER, Associate
Suoscriptlon Rates: One Year $1.50 Strictly In Advance
ADVERTISING BATES: 15c. per Inch for one insertion, 12 l-2c for two or
more Insertions, 10c. on monthly contract!. Readers, 5 and 10c. per line
Independence, Oregon, Friday, July 20, 1917
About 2000 men, branded I. W. W., have been
driven out of an Arizona mining town and are
now being fed by the government at Columbus,
N. M. It appears that the mine owners and their
hirelings took advantage of the I. W. W. scare to
remove not only the strikers but everybody who
sympathized with them or had given them assist
ance in any way. Included amontr the two
thousand are business and professional men, own
ers of homes and property. While without doubt
there were militant I. W. W. amonjr them, a
number were loyal, patriotic citizens who had
proved themselves as such by purchasing Liberty
Bonds and contributing liberal!' to the Red Cross.
Then, the mine owners by misrepresentation and
fraud induced the telegraph and telephone com
panies to recognize a censorship so that their un
lawful work would be kept from the outside
world as long1 as possible. The I. W. W should
be suppressed and its members severely dealt
with if found guilty of any crimes, and at the
same time some way should be found to punish
all unscrupulous persons and corporations who
use the name to hoodwink the public and take
advantage of a chaotic situation to further selfish
personal interests.
If the citizens of any community contributed as
liberally to the support of an educational and
amusement feature, operated and controlled
locally, as they do to the Chautauqua, better
talent could be secured for the same expenditure.
In other words, a community, with the same
amount of money, if not less, could provide a
better week's entertainment than is given by any
concern promoting Chautauquas and lecture
courses. Then again, if all communities, or most
of them, would refuse to give the usual guarantees
demanded, the Chautauqua and lyceum pro
moters would assume the financial risks and
provide the talent just the same. A circus comes
to town, puts up its tent and gives an exhibition
without guarantee. Chautauquas and lyceum
courses, like circuses, are run for the money there
is in it, and one is no more entitled to favors
than the other.
TO STUDY SUS
Training C?ry For Telegraphers
at Monmoui.i Park, N. J.
AID FROM COLLEGES ASKED
AganU at Work For 8vrl Wnki
Rocruiting In Wall 8tre District,
Whara Soma of Moat Export Kymon
Ara Locatad Plana Involvo All Kinda
of Signaling.
New York. Lieutenant Colonel Carl
K. Ilflrtmann, Minimi nlllrei-, CHutem (It-
part men t. U 8. A.. Iihb announced the
establishment of a xlnnal corps train
Inir camp similar ti Mint tit Plattslmrg.
to he I' M ated at Monmouth 'ark, near
LoiiK Rranrb, N. J. The liiited State
government ban leased 31 u'tea of
land to be used as a training rump for
Hie ri'-ei've buttallmis of tlie signal
M ips. Thin lam) ha heen acquired
tieciiuse ot Ita adaptability for aiifnul
corps work. IuvoIvIpk all Linda of alg-
There is another class, other than the I. W. V.
that is dangerous to the peace and happiness of
this Republic. While it has never been charged
that any of the "gentlemen" comprising it have
fomented a strike, poisoned a well or put pul
verized glass in any mule's lunch basket, they
have made such a "reputation" in their particular
work that Mr. Hoover, the government food ex
pert, says that they ought to be hung.
It looks as if the average family will have to go
on short rations this winter unless the government
steps in and does some dictating". It's up the head
of the house, whether male or female, to put aside
as much as possible now for the lean days ol
December and January.
It seems to be the prevailing habit of the daily
newspapers to bunch all the "scares" and "plots"
on the first page under glaring headlines and then
run the denials tht next day on the market or
woman's pages,
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UI'I'tH, MAJOIt OI'DYCKC; LOWER, SIGNAL
COUPS NAN. IIKI.lOliRAPHl.MO.
milliiK. leleunipliy and maintenance of
rapidly roiiNti i till line of roinmimt-
Tlie ipiiirterinuMier's department wlU
liuild a liiriiu riiiitonuieut, consisting
of temporary harrncka, kitchens, store
houses and everything necessary to
promote the enu leiit trulnliiK of the
battalions, several of whh b bava al
ready been organized.
Tlie camp will lie under the direct
aiipervUlon of Lieutenant Colonel liart
tuuuu, who will be assisted by other offi
cers of the regular army. An Intensive
course of Instruction will le given to
both the otllicrs and men of the signal
corps, preparing them fin- service
abroad lu every phase of military Ufa
necessary to perform their Interesting
work on the hatilctleld ami to keep up
tlie traditions of the signal corps.
Two telegraph liiittallons organized
hi New York city, one from Philadel
phia and one from ItiifTnlo. Syracuse.
Albany mid llakimore district, com
posed turgely of tcrtiulcMl men, have
becu enlisted for the signal corps and
are now ready for Monmouth park.
Ten field battalion are In process of
formation.
The actual recruiting in New York
city and vicinity is In the bauds of
Major Henry li. oialycke. a veteran
of the SpuiiIkIi American war. who op
erates under Instructions from Lieu
tenant Colonel Ilamuami. and a vigor
ous campaign of advertising and pub
licity Is In process of formation. F. M.
Mcl'llntlc, an expert telegrapher, baa
lieeu at work for several weeks re
criltiliiu In the Wall stre't district,
where some of the country's most ex
pert telegraphers are located.
The signal corps has recently ad
dressetl a letter to presidents of col
leges and universities kins their co
opera t ioti In a plau of instruction for
telegrapher and prospective telefra
phers
OLD MORTGAGE DISCHARGED.
Frayod and Muaty Document Wii Na
gotiatad Originally In Yaar 1820.
Ituffalo. N V. A fiayed aad nmaty
d.H'iiineut. ninety s-eu cmis old. n
gotlated originally lu IsJtt. w$ dis
charged of rtv. id at the ciuity clerk's)
office recently l y An
Uiolouiew. Indiana held war ceunclls
lu the wo'diil regions where West
Falls now thrives hi the times wbeu
Panlel Smttli gme the mrt :age to
Abraham Smith f r ft.'j. if course
they are h.i dv.i I. and tln-ir tlesceud
auts fe't that 't '. tiin.' i'ie luortgutf-
was taUen eff record
County Jinige la ng grai.t.d an or
der allowing le ' - !:.iv e The mort
gage was Kiieu oi, r nn t r Mr.
Bartholomew siniid It -u v i.sider
able Uma to ft the matter aettled.
DO YOU MEAy TO
TE"U THAT IS
THE OLD GENUINE
GRAVELY TOBACCO!
YES. AND ITS
MELD ITS
REPUTATION FOR
85 YEARS
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Ik. -J-" a..- wim ' W7i a UffTj until I
GRAVELY VS
CELEBRATED
L Chewing Plu
BEFORE THE INVENTION
OFOUB PATENT AIR-PROOF POUCH
GRAVELY PLUG TOBACCO
MADE STRICTLY FOR ITS CHEWING QUALITY
WOULD NOT KEEP FRESH IN THIS SECTION.
fSOW THE PATENT POUCH KEEPS IT
FRESH AND CLEAN AND GOOO
A LITTLE CHEW OF GRAVELY IS ENOUGH
AND LASTS LONGER THAN A BIO CHEW
OF ORDINARY PLUG
JPJP. Bravely Jotaeoo Co Oumue. Va "flftr'
BELIEVE BILLY
POSTEP. THAT
NEW POUCH IS
A PEACH
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LYNN
FINES MAYOR.
8ohool Board Alao Punished For Vio
latina Labor I f w.
Lynn, Mass. Mayor George H. New
ball, Dr. Nathaniel P. Breed, Elmer E.
Boyer, Mia! W. Chase and 8. Valter
McDonough, members of the Lynu
achool board, were fined $r each by
Judge Henry T. rumiuus. The mem
bers were charged with a violation of
the eight hour law In allowing Janitors
of achoolhouaes to work more than
tbut time dally.
Assistant t'lty Solicitor Jacobs ap
pealed In their behalf, and they were
held lu their own recognizance by Judge
O'Brien for the superior court.
Around the House
Hominy la one of the best substitutes
for the potato. -
The chief food value of the potato la
Its Iron and potasuluiii.
Moat Vegetables are better wben
served In their own Juices.
The present high cost of living la an
opportunity to learn not to waste.
Grated cheese on crackers which are
toasted are a good) luncheon relish.
rineapples, nuts, celery and niarsb-
mullows niake a most delicious salad.
Prunes atewed with slices of lemons
or oranges make an cxcelleut dessert.
It la best to roast or pan a chicken
with the breast down. It will be mora
Juicy.
Gaa stoves should never be used in a
nursery they vitiate the air too seri
ously.
It la well known fact that food
with a aavory smell Is the moat apie-
tlsuig.
Corn meal niultius made with dates
chopped lu 8 inn II pieces are very
wholesome.
fit Kim iltnif vklvAt liutr nlamn iha
design on the wrong aide and It will bo
; easier to ace.
I Oilcloth U more satisfactory than
' shelf paper for. covering the pantry
I shelves, as It can always be kept clean.
Though the outlay Is lurgcr. It Is
cheaper In the end, as it may be washed
when soiled Instead of having to be
replaced.
Newport
Charming Resort
by the Sea
Those who seek rest, and sea
shore recreation, will find
abundant opportunity at
Newport.
Ample hotel accommodations,
cottager or camping' arrange
ments.
Low Round Trip Fares
Daily Trains Each Direction
Alk onr nearest agent for folder "Newport." or write
JOHN M. SCOTT, General Passenger Agent
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES
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When The Monitor!
Prints If
LmMfTrMM stock rtn-tM?sl ' 6
VfOU are assured of a good
job as a skilled man does
the work.
Our Cash System enables us
to beat city prices.
There is hardly anything we
cannot do.
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FARM HORSES
In the Spring
1 must spend long hours at hard wort.
: Their aystenu should be strengthened
l their Hood puri'.ied their digestion and
I aMimilauoa made better through theuaeof
i INTERNATIONAL
; STOCK FOOD TONIC
; By improving their digestion, the ;
' torses ill feet full nourishment from
' their grain fed avnd as the wa--t in pre
rented, the irnount of feed ca-n tauXy
be reduced front 20 to 33 per cent.
THE INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL BANK
t Established - - 1889
A Successful Baslnesi Career of Twenty live Tears
INTEREST PAID ON
TIME DEPOSITS
OFFICERS AIND DIRECTORS
H. Hlrschberg, Pres. D. W. Sears, V. P.
R. R. DeArmond, Cashier
i W. H. Walker, I. A. Allen, O. D. Butler
FOR SALE BY
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