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About Independence monitor. (Independence, Or.) 1912-19?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1918)
YOU'LL enjoy this real
Burley cigarette. It's
full of flavor just as good
as a pipe.
The Burley tobacoo is
toasted; makes the taste
delicious. You know how
toasting improves the flavor
of bread. And it's the
same with tobacco exactly.
) Guaranteed by
Chas. McComas went to Dal
'as on Thursday to be examined
for the crmy and was placed
in the 5th class
Misses Plant and Ros were
Sunday guests at their home at
Mrs. Ralph Porterfield, Mrs.
Harry Stratton combined busi
ness with pleasure in Indepen
dence on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts and fam
ily were Sunday guests at the
hoire of the latter'a parents,
Mr. and Mrs. McComas, at Wijr
rich. A. Plant and daughter of
Salem visited at Wigrich the last
week with his sister and brother,
Mrs. Rose and Mr. Walter Plant,
and his mother and sister at
Buena Vista. He has enlisted
and was his farewell visit.
Mrs. Rose of Wigrich is
spending a few days in Salem
C. W. Niemeyer of Salem, late
of the 1st Canadian contingent,
entertained a large audience in
the Methooist Episcopal church
at Buena Vista on Sunday even
inn, February 3rd, when he re
lated several ot his experiences
tit the front. A collection was
taken in aid of the I'uer.a Vitta
Red Cross auxiliary and over
$28 contributed a splendid tri
bute to the patriotism of the
district. Mr. Niemeyer was the
guest of Major and Mrs. Rose on
the Wigrich Ranche from where
some 30 members of the staff
drove to the meeting. Relics of
the war brought from the front
by Mr. Niemeyer, which had
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Misses Plant and Rose store,
were also exhibited and explained
SOUTHERN PACIFIC ISSUES
NEW FOLDER MAP OF STATE
A new folder mop of Oregon lias
just been issued by the Southern
Pacific Lines. This map will be of
service to local people in gaining
a better knowledge of our state,
and will also direct the attention of
residents of other states to the re
sources of Oregon.
The map is carefuly drawn,
showing all the lakes, streams and
principal mountain peaks, as well
as the railroads and highways.
All the cities and towns are
plainly indicated, and an alpha
betical index enables one to read
ily determine the location of any
town in the state.
On the back of the map is a
brief but very complete exposition
of Oregon's resources. The geo
graphical divisions, with physical
features, climate, productions and
scenic atractions, are set forth in
detail. The prospective settler or
I lie tourist w ill here find much
All of the worli on this map was
done in Portland.
Copies can be obtained from any
Southern Pacific representative.
THIRSTY AT ALBANY ARE
OUT POT OF GOOD MONEY
A "number of thirsty ones ot Al
bany 'chipped" in betwen $200 and
$300 and sent a representative to
Ilonibrook, Cal., for the purpose
of bringing back some of the elix
er found at that popular resort.
He departed hence several weeks
ago and up to this time has not
come back. lie has even neglected
to send them a postal card show
ing the scenery. Now certain fel
lows in Albany think this fellow
meanest guy on the Pacific coast,
though it is reckoned that he is no
longer on the Pacific coast.
Pr. R E. Duganne. dfntiat,
'atloiiBl Bank Building.
. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as tliej
cannot reach thu snat of the (llst-ase.
Catarrh la a local disease, greally In
fluenced by constitutional conditions,
and in order to cure It you must
take an Internal remedy. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure Is taken Internally and
acts thru the blond on the mucous sur
faces of the system. Hall's Catarrh
Cure was prescribed by one of the best
fihyslclans In this country for years. It
s composed of some of the best tonics
known, combined with some of the
best blood purifiers. The perfect com
bination of the Ingredients in Hall's
Catarrh Cure Is what produces such
wonderful results In catarrhal condi
tions. Fend for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY CO., Props., Toledo, O.
All DrusRists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
The world today is demand
ing: of every man the maximum
of his earning power.
Are you keeping your earn
ing power up to the high stand
ard? There's only one way to do
Eat Pure, Eull Strength Foods j;
We have a reputation for handling nothing
but the BEST GROCERIES obtainable. The best
is none to good for our customers, and we spare
neither expense nor trouble to proenre it.
Calbreath & Jones
If la could jump like it little flea
He'd give three jumps and where
would lie he?
Most 'way down by that big gate!
Then he'd give three jumps and
jump hark straight
Might here to me 'cause I'd bo call
ing him, you see.
If l'a could fly like a humble bee
He'd fly right up in that tull tree,
Where he'd stay awhile then fly
lie wouldn't stay in that tall tree
Cause I'd be calling him you see.
Ain't it funny a great big man
Can't do what a bee or a humble
The wife of a merchant had stomach
trouble bo bad ihe could eat nothing
but toast, fruit and hot water. Every
thing elue would aour and ftrment.
ONE SPOONFUL buckthorn bark,
glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka
benefited her INSTANTLY. Because
Adler-i-ka flushes the ENTIRE alimen
tary tract it relieves ANY CASE con
stipation, sour stomach or gas aid
prevents appendicitis. It has QUICK
EST action of anything we ever sold
Williams Drug Company.
EVIDENT THAT THE ROBBERS
WERE MARRIED WOMEN
Two women recently robbed a
Kansas store, and not getting an
money from thewoman proprietor
grabbed six pair of trousers and
fled. This is strong evidence the
robbers were married women, and
if they had been followed they
would have been seen going through
the pockets of the whole six pairs.
Salem Capital Journal.
THREE CHURCHES USE ONE
Three Protestant churches at
Forest Grove have decided to march
together as Christian soldiers mi
der one leader. Or perhaps it
would be nearer accurate to say
that they will flock together under
one shepherd. Oregonian.
Notice to Skilled Workers
Arrangements' have been made
to have C. W. Irvine accept en
rollments for the United States
Public Service Reserve. He has
all the necessary enrollment
cards and buttons. If you are
skilled in any line of work, call
at the Farmers State Bank and
and talk this over with Mr.
inning Feb. "'9th and
tiding Feb. 1 Still
We will Sell at a
1 lb. can Royal Club Coffee, - - 31c
3 lb. can Royal Club Coffee, - - 90c
l 2oz. bottle Royal Club Pure Vanilla or lemon Extract 20c
1 2-oz. can Royal Club Pepper, - - 6c
1 2-oz. car. Royal Club Mustard, - 6c
1 2-oz. can Royal Club Ginger, - - 6c
2 cans Libby's Aster or Carnation Milk 25c
1 25c can Boraxo Bath Powder, - - 18c
1 25c bottle Del Monte Catsup, - 16c
The above are specials for a period of time only and will not be Fold
at these prices after the expiration of the above dates.
Below You Will Find a Small List of
Comparative Prices Which Will Be
of Interest to You.
We have not reduced everything In our store as costs would not
justify It, but most of our stock has received our attention.
THESE WILL BE REGULAR PRICES which we expect to maintain
If market conditions justify.
9 lb. sack Corn Meal,
9 lb. sack Rolled Oats,
1 lb. can Ground Chocolate,
I lb. bulk Coffee,
1 lb. bulk Coffee,
1 lb. bulk Coffee,
1 lb. No. 1 S. L. Tea,
1 lb. No. I Gun Powder Tea,
1 lb. No. 1 English Breakfast Tea,
2 lbs. Brick Codfish,
I Pkg. Snowf lake Soda Crackirs,
1 lb. Royal Baking Powder,
1 lb. Schillings 44
1 can Standard Corn,
1 can Standard Tomatoes,
was 75c, now 67c
75c, 44 69c
35c, 44 31c
25c, 44 21c
30c, 44 26c
35c, " 31c
60c, 44 53c
65c, 44 55c
75c, 44 65c
40c, 44 35c
35c, 44 30c
50c, 44 45c
50c, 44 45c
15c, 44 12c
15c, 44 12c
Space will not permit the enumeration
of more items at this time but it will pay you