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THE 1NDEPDENENCE MONITOR
A REPUBLICAN NliNVbrVkPtK.
Published Weekly at Independence, Polk County,
Oregon, on Friday.
Entered is SecorU Aufcu.t I, 1U t the rost Ollice t Ind
1 iSLSrPolk County. Oregon, UncUr the Ad of M.rch 3, 1879.
HURLEY & DODGE, T" PROP1UEIUHS
G. A. UUKLEY, EDITOR
SnMcriDUoa Rfttesj One Year $1.50 Strictly In Advance
?SSS? kSc MATE 15c. per inch lor one imertion, 12 1-2C for two oi
"JffiKw.""1 Muuer-. 1 at .word.
Independence, Oregon, Saturday, May 18, 1918
many Instruments needed in equipping fighting
Below an airplane can be put into military .crvwe it must be
equipped with at leubt niuu delicate aeronautic iuntrumeiiuj, some oi
wliicli are absolutely eawjulial to exact Hying, and all contribute I
tLe successful operation ol a pmue. Uue give the pilot ins location
M to lieigliU auil dirtcliouf otlieia tell 1m peeU through the an
lk speed oi liia propeller, the amount ol guolino carried, water
temperature, operation of the oiling uyUsui, and guide uu "'bank
ing' ou turns. Another necessary article is the oxygeu-aupplyiiife
upparatua, without which an aviator could not clmiu to any great
'or operation oi actual eombat planes, such as observing, plio
.ograpumg, bombing and liglilmg planes, other complicated and ei
peuaive uihtruuienU and sets oi apparatus are necessary. They
are machine guns, gun mounts, bomb racks, boinb-dropping device
bomb sighU, radio and photographic apparatus, electrically heal.,u
Clothing, lights and Hares. These bring th's total eosL ol e.iuipmeul
J or au airplane to several thousand dollars each, depending upou
liie type of plane.
FAEMEES MUST SELL ALL WHEAT
Jbarwera holding any .lock oi wheat at present had better hustl;
10 get out oi the way ol the Hoover Law.
Under Food Administration orders all iainieis must dispose ol all
Wheal not required lor their own neons, ou or belore May lo.
W. 11. Ayer, Federal Food Administrator ior Oregon, lias passe a
me word along to ail county administrator and promptly aiUi
My ii any larmer caulil lioarumg any wlieat will uo a suuject lor
drasUe uelion. He may not no an alien .jietuy, bui, Lis act on will
uoiue- pretty near to uiaaing him iooa. like one ,evcu ll he were Uoru
;.uder the alar and set ripe.
Max LL liouser, head oi the grain corporation in Portland, is in
nation to requisition such btocas or wlieat, aud 1 shall lmmcUiateiy
bringing to light any hoarded wheat.
bays Mr. Ayen "rull authority rests with the Food Admiuia
the matter and hn 0U100 will share iu the work ol ierreting out and
proceed to carry out my instructions upon receiving advice iroia
Air. liouser ' oiiice.
In lj win the war. Every man and Woman in America must help. If
every one gives a little it will not hurt no bad as it might and every
one has a uuty to do and should do it. Keep your eyes open for the
slackers ar.d the money slacker is just as mean as the slacker of the
otlier sort. We must buy Iiondn and Stamps, and subscribeliberall)
to the Ked Cross and this week is the commencement of the K"d
Cross subscriptions and you must get out the old purse and dig way
down deep to get what is required from you to measure you up to
our full duty.
MAKE EVERY ACRE PRODUCE WELL
A ood pair of reading Q TITD WHflPX
UU I I Lit 11 1 in i v
glasses .'or $1.00 at 0. A.
: Yamoreg Collection Agency
Production is the great problem that confronts the man ana wo
man who is not fighting in this war, as your labor is to get the sup
plies to the front that the fighters need. We are wasting much
laml in Oregon. We are not producing as much as we should.
There lire many acres of land in Oregon that are not in crop and it
i hiuld be in or ready to be put in long .before this tune. Organize
your community to farm every acre. Do it now. It is necessary.
It is imperative. It is urgent.
Nearly 2,000 types and sizes of farm implements which have been
gradually developed by manufacturers during peace-time coin peti
tion have been recommended for elimination during the war by co:u
milteeM of the National Implement and Vehicle Asociation. The
jeet, according to a statement by the Council of National Defense, is
to conserve materials, labor, capital and manufacturing facilities for
BUSINESS ITEM NOTES
REACHING OUT FOR BUSINESS
A aueceaaful town is one that cultivates the i'rieudship and good
will oi its fcurouudmg country. The people who ure adjacent to ydu
appreciate the kindness oi your consideration and support and ,wheu
Uiey need anything that has merit they should have your whole,
nouied suport to get it. Portland followed the old policy oi squee.e
the country dry and build Portland ior many years and the result
was that California, Waahhiglou aud Idaho pulled trade away Irom
her that was rightfully hers. It has only been lor the last two or three
years that alio has had any consideration lor the outlying country
and she has not euough of the i'oresigbtedesa yet to do all she siiould
d, hut she ia awakening. The same principle holds good in thu
small towu. Build up your farming 'community. Uivu them good
loads, make it easy ior them to market their crops, and help them
to grow aud develop aud i'roui a scllish standpoiut you build up your
lowu. Therefore it behooves indepeudeuce to get the spirit.
STAND BY YOUR CANDIDATES
The Republicans of Oregon have chosen their representatives to
represent the party as their choice for different offices now to be
voted upon, it is hoped the party will bo united and will do its ut
raost to elect the candidates they have selected, it yiu believe 111 Uo
publican principles you should vole for Republican, candidates They
can better represent the parly thau the Democrats aud we say
tow lay your prejudices aside. If this campaign has made you i
little bitter to think some favored candidate 1i:ih not wyn, now
jour time to be patriotic as a party man and forget it. The old rul
is that the will of the miuority must be subservient to that of the ma
jority. We must give up a few of our desires and wishes that there
shall be harmony and we trust that this election will prove the rulo
Vhat when the people of a great party chos a man the w hole party
will unitedly back him and elect him.
QET OUT THE PURSE AND SUBSCRIBE LIBERALLY
The Red Cross drive is again here and more money is needed to
THE INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL BANK
A Successful Business Career ol Twenty rive Yean
INTEREST PAID ON
OFFICERS A ISP PIRl:C'l'ORS
H. HlrKChberii, Pres. D. W. Sears, V. P.
R. R. DeArmond, ashler
W. H. Walker, I. A. Allen, 0. D. Butler
a)MMM tH". i. r-.
(). P. Iloff, Republican, for
State Treasurer. If end the Po
litical l'uzzlc, pages 20 2', elec
tion pamphlet. (Ill Ad)
FOR SALE: Superior po a-
t planter, regulator to
drop fel every 16 inches;
does excellent work. Trice
$70 Tlioe who have ho
ground t grow choice o
latoes this is the year to J
p'atit; cheap' beid nitann
high priced potatoes this
f 11. A. 11 ( raven. .Mon
mouth, Ore jon, 0' call on
Craven & Huff, Indepen
Real Estate: TartieularB
about the 010 acre homestead
lnw at this office,
FOR RENT: Goal room
for one or two persons. In
quire Monitor office.
FOR SALE: . First clang large
house, cent rally located at
a bargain. Inquire at this
(dlice for particulars.
For Trade: Two ami a
half horse power gasoline en
gine for electric motor. In
quire at Monitor ollioe for
FOR SALKi Two com and bean
planters; two four-row beet cul
tivators; two 1 1-2 horso power
gas engines. For particulars, in
iuquire of Geo. L. Rose, Inde
For Sale: One 2 1 2 horse
power international gasoline
sprayer, mountad on truck,
ste 1 wheels, 200 gallon t.eel
lank. Second hand hut as
looiI an new. Only used for
hreo years. Extremely low
puce. One six-fcorse power
International stationery hop
per, eooltd, gas engine at
f'J:l5.0v) will hum distillate.
Oil" 1 1 2 horsepower Inter.
irtioi,ai iis engine, second
hand at $.'.. Tw. GO speed
tJilsou engines at $50 each.
Sloper llros. it Cockle, Inde
pendence, Gran )n.
FOR SALE-Eight room, mod
ern house, in Independence.
Inquire Mrs. E. A. Morgan,
No. 12 1:45 p. m.
No. 14 4:05 p. m.
No. 18 4:55 p. m.
ORVILLE TO PORTLAND
No. 2 2:49 s. m.
No 10 9:26 a. m.
No 14 1:29 p. m.
No 16 8:40 p. m.
No 20 5:12 p. m.
No 22 7:29 p.m.
PORTLAND TO OTRVILLE
No 1 8:52 a. m.
No 6 10:32 a. m.
No 7 1:10 p. m.
No 9 4:33 p. m.
No 13 6:59 p. m.
No 21 2:20 a. m.
Independence auto stage meats all
trains but No 2, 20, 21.
Notice to Creditors
Tralm Leaves Independence
NO. 1 tev IndeJemience, at 6:50
a. ro. srrivra Monmouth 7:00, connect
with train for Airlie.
No. 3 7;35
7 10 35
13 2. to
17 7 .00
Ictves Monmouth for Independence
No. 2 7:06 a. m.
No. 4 S:;i0 a. m
No. 6 9:06 , m.
Nd. 8 10:50 a. m.
No, 10 12.00 M.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly ap
pointed the administratrix of
the estate of O. Li. Suver, de
ceased, by theCouuty Court of
the State of Oregon for Polk
County, and has qualified.
All persons having claims
against the said estate are hereby
notified to present the same
duly verified, together with the
proper vouchers therefor, to the
endersinged administratrix at
her residence in the town of Su:
ver, in said county, within six
months from the date of this no
tice. Dated aud first published May
Edna Grace Suver,
Administratrix of the estate
of (. Li. Puver, deceased.
Swope & Swope, Attorneys.
F. P. 5-11. L. P. 6-8
Hpflrlnnarrers for the
De5iinviBa,xvuau, ; THE BLAME X
Candy and Confectlonsjj
We Deal In
H.des, Pelts, Wool
Furs, Mohair, Caseara
Bark, Veal, Pork, Beef,
Poultry, Butter, Eggs,
Farm Produce, Wood,
Dry Goods, Groceries
Furnishing, Shoes, etc.
OCR POLICY. TO PLEASI
Yon are welcome always
For a Big Mug
of Magnus Root
Candies, Cigars, Ice
Cream, Soda and
C. ST. BARBERSHOP
Wyland 6 Taylor, proprietors
Baths In Connection.
Oldest Barber Shop la Polk Co.
D. E. ELETCHER C. W. BAR RICK
Attorneys at Law
Cooper Building Indedendence
B. r. SWOPE CECIL SWOPE
SWOPE & SWOPE
Attorneys at Law
I.0. O. r. Building Independence
E. K. PIASECKI
Attorney at Law
5 1-2 per cent Farm Loans
DR. L. E. BAKRICK
Cooper Building Independence
I. U HEWITT f. G. HIWETT
I 111 Office Thone 93)1
7tiU Residence Phones 3622
Physicians and Surgeon.
Cooper Building Independence
TEACHER IN VIOLIN
563 Court Sreet, Salem
Giving lesaon in Independence to
beginner and advaitced student. Beat
of nnethoda. Prices reasonable. In
qui Monitor office or wtite Mias Levy.
KAISK Ml l.KS. The Mam
mouth Kentucky Jack. Sure
Paymaster No. 427.1. will niak.
the season at the Gilbert and Pat
terson farm at Kola.
Buy Independence Bread
"Always Good and Fresh"
A GOOD BIG LOAF MADE TO CONFORM
TO THE FOOD LAW REQUIREMENTS HOME INSTITUTION
BIGGER LOAF; COSTS NO MORI
I support Independence Enterprises and desire
the patronage of Independence people in return
The very best of
Cookies. Cakes, Pies, Doughnuts,
Crackers, Lunch Goods Etc.
Always kept on hand
AskFcr "Liberty Bread"
For Sale at the Following Mores
Calbrealh & Jones, Conkey & Walker
Johnson & Collins Max Goldman
J. M. Larson, Suver i
TJ. S. Food Administration License No. 20709
"A great net of mercy drawn through
an ocean of unspeakable pain"
"Fm afraid that's all I can spare
You're a regular, red-blooded, true-blue Ameri
can. You love your country. You love that flapping,
snapping old flag. Your heart thumps hard when
the troops tramp by. You're loyal 100!
You intend to you want to help win the war
in a hurry.
"Sacrifice? Sure," you've been thinking. "Just
you wait. till they really need it." And you've hon
estly thought you meant that too.
But look yourself in the eye, now, and search up and down in
side of your heart did you mean it? Did you really mean "sacrifice"?
Listen : You feel poor. This third Liberty Loan, the high prices,
the Income Tax you've done your bit You feel that you've given
all you can spare.
What? Then what did you mean? What's that you said about
loving your country? What did you think the word "sacrifice" means?
Surely you didn't mean, did you, to give only what you can spare T
What about our boys who are giving their lives in the trenches?
Are they giving only what they can "spare" ?
How about those mothers and little "kiddies" in the shell-wrecked
towns of that war-swept hell: hungry ragged sobbing alone?
Giving up their homes, their husbands, their fathers. f,
While we over here with our fun and our comforts we hold up
our heads and feel patriotic because we have given what ? Some
loose bills off the top of our roll. "fVe've given all we can spare!"
Come, come ! Let's quit fooling ourselves. Let
us learn what " sacrifice " means. Let us give more
than we can spare let us 'give till the heart says
Every cent of every dollar received for the Red Cross War F und goes for War Relief.
Vh. Am.rlean HJ Croaa Is tha lrss and moat
rnol.nl erssntiatloa tor th rll.f of u(Trtnit that tha
World has .v.r aa.
H t mad. up almoat .nttr!? of volunteer worK.ra.
Um hlsh.r .iruttva txlna without vn:k'n n en ac
lunoirrJ to large ajaira. who ar. In aiir.ool aii cumm
glrtns tholr mtvIc without pay.
It la supported antlraly hf Its mmbrhK tetm and
ay voluntary coatrlbutlona.
It la today brlrflnf rllf to auffrrlnc nuiranlty
both military and civil, in .very War t rn aiai oun;ry
It plaits tomorrow to boip to lh work of rvMora
lioa throughout tb. world.
It tii and cloth. ntir population la limes of
It is ther. to help your aoldler boy ta als tint at
With Its thousands of workers. Its tr.mendoua
a:or. and s-n-w.h runnlnf trar9;.orta:ton facilities
It ts serving- as America s advance guard and lb.ua
hetpirg to win the war.
Congress authorizes It.
Pr?s.rfMit Wtleon heaJs It.
The War Department audita Its accounts
. .r Arny. your Navy and your A3-.es sntknaS
attcj.iy endorse it.
Truy-lwo BiulloB American, kav. Joined H.