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THE INDEPDENENCE MONITOR
A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER- .
Published Weekly at Independence, Polk County,
Oregon, on Friday.
tillered as itctnd Clas Mtutr AuguM 1, 1U at tb lost Office at Ind
yenflence, Polk County, Oregon, Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
HURLEY S DODGE, PROP 'E
G. A. HURLEY, EDITOR
Suwwripuon Rates: Cue Year 51.50 Stricily In Advance
ADVERTISING SATES: 15c. per Inch tor one insertion, 12 l-2c for two 01
more Insertions, 10c. on moi.thly contracts. Riders. 1 tent a word.
Independence, Oregon, Saturday, July 6, 1918
There lire about 5,000 Germans and passed ordering repair of
interned in the United States.
"(Jot Koeks" can't take them
with liitu when lie passes on niid
fh.. m'w inheritance tax makes
walk in front of Sperling proper
ty and P. Kirkland property.
Street committee reported walk
in front of Keteliem property had
. . i .. i ii,
"Thee" almost feel like spend- .epa.reu tl,m one
front of Kirkland property had
nig them. j . .
, . " already heeu repaired.
That income tax law is Home ,
111,11 lilt mm. ia j j
little silieczer aim gem "oi'iy -m
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I t i m in ftt minimi n
the ri;'h'st and Home of "the iiwir 1
-h, too. Tl. more you have the I p
Firemen for drills
Polk County Post
A. C. Moore
F. R. Arrell
Weeds on the Stark property
Fred Young nominated and
elected city treasurer,
J. II. Wilson of Corvftllis em
ployed to expert hooks of city
AH persons indebted to Dr. C.
V. Cropp for professional, service
will kindly pay their bill to
Fletcher & Barrick and take their
receipt for the amount.
0. F. Cropp, M. D.
KA1SH Ml'I.KS. The Mam
inouth Kentucky Jack, Sure
Paymaster No. 427:1, will make
the season at the Gilbert and Pat
terson farm at Kola.
more you pay
TJtese husky boys who like a
soft job jumping counters are
bidding tbeir fond jobs adieu.
They must go to the tall timber
or back to the farm.
Some warm the first of the
week. Don't blame the girki if
they wear low nock dresses pnd
short sieves, etc., etc. Necessity
knows no conventions. Nope
The rule in every line is cut
down expenses. This is a univer
sal practice. The local merchant
.lot s not get to speculate but he
bears a great ileal of the burden
of the speculators.
More than 700,000 tons of cer
eal foodstuffs were shipped to
the allies from North America
during Aliay,'. according to the
Food Administration. April
shipments were more than 800,
An order has gone into effect
that soldiers in France may give
their exact locution. Those hav
ing relatives in the army over
seas should hegiii to look up their
gc ographies and maps for it will
be finite a relief.
The war nows July 4 was quite
n welcome. The Teuton leader,
Ludeiido'lY. admitted Germany
was defeated and that she could
not whip the world. The rest of
the world has thought that 'or
some time but Germany ias re
fund to admit heretofore.
A report in the Portland Kee
ord itbstnn-t shows that the
Ulinix r SUM K Ol uir V."-l.-U .
whs ivduced hv lM(,lnl teci
last we-k, being the excess of j
tin- shipments over th prctuc j
ti,n. In t!:. liwt five weeks this! AH piekers wMtmsr to r. irivtrr
aggregates r:?,r"8,327 feet. D is i to pick the early hops on the
therefore e idem that the needs j Wk'Heb. rat-eh nr- requested to
for Ineibei m e now greiter t !tr.n ! so ;t oree by mn!l on'y find, on
our mauufacturies arc produe'ng. I receipt of nvne a registry card
. v id be forwarded, as there will
Citv Co'.mv'I Has Busy Session be only a liu'ed number renur-
Wednesday Evening. d. We expect the pieking ti
. j commence a1 out August 2"th.
itseil met in regrdarj Pt iei .".() eents per box.
e-.-d.iy eveidr.g, the' AKo r.vties f day men lY.r
early 1 ic.'e -ps.
j Vi;,.ii Cii'!.;irdin S Co
I..;., ) t
Rev. V. P. Stewart, association-
al pastor of the Paptist church,
w-hesp pome is in MeMumville,
!ms been vViting the loe:"l Paplist
congregation this week and look
ing after the interests of the
church, lie will conduct services
in the Paptist church next Sun
day morning and evening. A
general invitation is given the
public to attend these services.
The ei'y c
ru:v - rind v. 11 members of t
council bcinc present.
The world today is demand
ing of every man the maximum
, of his earning: power.
Are you ! seping your earn
' ing power up o the high stand
ard? There'i only one way tc do
Eal Pure, Full Strength raods
We have a reputation for handling nothing
; but the BEST GROCERIES trainable. The best
is none to cod for our cusr. mers, and we spare
' neither expense nor troubie . procure it.
Caibreath S Jones 1
PROFESSIONAL CARDS Elizabeth levy
TEACHEt IM VIOLIN
563 Court Street, Salem
DR. L. E. BARRICK , . t . , t
Giving lessons in Independence to
Dentist beginners and sdvanced students. BeBt
Cooper Bulldlnjt Independence of methods. Prices reasonable. Ia-
quire Monitor office orwtiteMiss Levy.
V. u Hiwirr r. o. hewett
7G21 Residence Phones 3622 IlK WKAl U
HEWITTS HEWETT UU 1 1 11 l,r" W
Physicians and Sureonf i THE
Cooper Euildlng Independence lnc'
D. E. ELETCHER C W. BARRICK M Q fj J) j f f Q
Attorneys at Law ' - - -----
Cooper huildtnti Indedendence j
BUSINESS ITEM NOTES
B..T. SWOPE CECIL SWOPE
SVVOPE S SWOPE A good pair of reading
Attorneys at Law glasses 'or $1.00 at O. A.
I. O. O. F. Building Independence Kreamer'S.
Calling cards at the Monitor
: Yamoreg Collection Agency
j McMlnnville, Oregon
I GETS ilCSULIS. KLS TiiZ SL42E l.MHi WANTED: Sawmill
oik; $3.00 and up, sight
. -. .. hours. U. K. Spaulding
ADVERTISE , '"'fSi"s Co" sm' 0r'
IIERCP'S CLEANING COMPANY
U A. LochriCge 6 Co., rop's
Cleaning, ami rtsing. Ort'.e. taken for wade
to nie.ivT' fc,iits. Fit and satif tioa ptmrantecd
A. E. Anderson and M. Borne
Lines on hand forSa'e. See ns for Prices