Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, June 21, 1918, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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    LARGEST fAPER IN polk COUs
THE INDEPENDENCE ENTERPRISE.
AGE EIGHT.
GROWERS
MAY SKIP SPRAY
yninnm wi i "w.1
Soub and Urown Hot I'mler l'v
Conditions Ncwl ' l
lavorable
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$lfeft llAVP vni
Application.
a r Vvimi-im.'iitnl Station
" 1 u WITH
B ISO A EJ I
VI . . v. ., .......
Special to tht- Independence Kntcr
priso. Hecause scab and brown rot
Cooking Convenience
All the convenience of gas that is the meaning of a
New Perfection Oil Cook Stove installed in your
kitchen.
Easy to operate. A touch of a match and in a jiffy
your stove is ready for tooking.
No smoke or vsmell; no dust or dirt.
More convenient than coal or wood. Better and more
economical cooking all the year round. A cool kitch
en in summer.
And you have all the convenience of gas.
Xn 1, 2, 3 and 4 burner sizes, with or without
ovens or cabinets. Ask your dealer today.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(California)
NEW PERFECTION
A New Perfection
Oil Cook Stove
means kitchen
comfort and con
venience. Ask
your friend who
has one. Used in
3,000,000 homes.
Inexpensive, easy
to operate. See
them atyour deal
er's today.
have had but littlo opportunity to do
vt'lop this your on account of weather
unfavorable to those disease, many
growers haw boon aino to omn m
reuular 10-day spray for apples an
pears and the Juno spray for nton
T w nrvioT- -aww ai..i..fciw..i .fruitl
Wl W"UtCk, Special Agent Standard Oil Company, Independence, Ore.
rPTn?OTr OT"T7"na Trn n a t t-i i-tr
J. D, HIBBS & COMPANY, SLOPER BROS. & COCKLE
MAX GOLDMAN. CRAVFM mrr
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WUJMAJ- CRAVEN & HUFF
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t the
1
tine
pears aim uiv .mm; i -
f.nit. The season opened with min-
inium infoetioii and the ilry spring has
made it hard for seal) and brown rot
to make headway.
'It is well to apply lime-sulfpi 1-50
with tho -1-5 weeks spray for eontrol
of codling moth on apples and pears,
ns a precautionary measure," says
Prof. 11. P. Harass, of O. A. C. "Still
if ,l- u-mither enntinues it will hard
ly be necessary to spray for any fun-
ii-nns i hsense unless present ill tile
orchard duo to local conditions.
"If it ulionU turn nit" riiinv in or
chards where the sot of fruit is pood
and not already covered with a pro-
,.,'ti'vn I'.mt imr of ( nni'l'i'lde MUmilHT
stretio-th nnnlii ntion should be made
before the rain or as soon after as pos i
uble. It is too late for good control
nftor n noiiil of ruin. Ill roL'inns
where fog and midst prevail it is best
to hold strietlv to the recommended
schedule of sprays for brown rot of
prunes and peaches "
Many fruit growers have boon aide
to omit wart fo tho reeular snrnv pro
gram for the control of fungous di
seases this year because of the dry
weather. If it should turn oil" rainy
however, where the orchard holds n
valuable crop of fruit already covered
with a protective coating of fungicide
it would be well to apply a summer
strength spray before the rain begins
or as soon as possible. It is too late
for control if applied after an extend
ed period of rain. In regions where
fog and midst prevail, it would be well
to hold strictly to the regular sche
dule of sprays.
m -BOUGHT
' fit
' O THAT SU1I
LlJj YET?
If you havn't, you had hotter take advantage of th- ,Va,
V...i nntii ..' ..... -.mi . -.A .. c " ""net Br;
"' t.v. iu ?i,vv on tne Suit unJ
present prices, hut if you wait for tho next (diipment vo"'
pay the advanced price.
CO.MK IN AND LOOK Til KM OVKU AT C'ON'KKY WAlJ
KR'S-I.ct them ahow you the Staus. ALL WOOLKN SLrl
louay,
IN ADDITION THEY TAKK MKASIWKS I ()lt W, V Pn.J
TAII.OHINti LINK NONK HKTTER. 1
CONKEY & "WALKER
AUCTION SALK
WE WISH TO ANVOTIMcp rrTTT,
PIT XTTT
HS5f 55" AND MANAGEMENT OF
"11J nnnu UAKAtihj. LN THE FU-
ixvi iniu Duss WILL BE THE
Bungalow Garage
Authorized
DEALER
All business will hp
Basis and we will maintain prompt and efficient
We Do Expert Repairing of Storage Batteries,
vjcucjawrs, oianing motors, magnetos and Is-
niiiun systems in connection with our regular
anup repairing,
Scicftell Clark
$tmet$
And develops great
power and mileage
because of its full,
uniform chain of
boiling points. Look
for the Red Crown
sign before you fill.
STANDARD OIL
COMPANY
(California)
fie Gasoline
Quality
-H.4
i. ac. m. i in rj i.AHii.
Train No. 1 leave rn0upmlencep
at 6:d0 a. ni. arrives AJonnioutn i.oo,
CnnntcU nth truir. fn irlit.
Train No. 3 leaves Independence,
conocting with S P. train No. 351,
e,.oW fVr.i.Ui. I'flt'ttl fAJmrtt nl
7:15 a. m.
Train No. 5 leaves Independence ai
fitrrr! 1 1
Having rento.l my farm and will move to town, I will Bl.i at puliit
t.on at my resulence Five Miles South of Independence on
1. C"lh ' I 5 ', !'!;
Train No 7
'. a. :.(: :
'. train Xo. -1. 1
.Mn:iiiio-i:h 1:
a iviiijv.,i..tii o..j,i v
;. ?;.;:. U,r I'allas
lenves Independenci
- :i.-:m ':,, v.iih S
from I'-ui'and, ;,.ti
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NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
PROTECTION
FOR YOUR LIBERTY BONDS
-our Liberty iionds are at n.vhllr- h, ,-.-y If through fire,
carelessness or theft, you should lose them, you would be out that
amount.
I
Farmer's State Bank service is offered you. Bring in your
bonds we will issue a receipt and keep the bonds in our buaglar
proof safe subject to withdrawal at any time.
NO CHARGE FOR THIS SERVICE.
Farmers State Bank
Independence, Oregon.
Notice is hereby e-iven that. V. v
Piasecki, administrator of t.hp e.fofi
r.f T A o; j , . .. .
I " """una, ueceasea, nas tiled
nis final account as such nflmirnVf-o.
tor in the County Court of the State
oi uregon, lor iolk county, and that
said Court has appointed Saturday,
the 29th day of June, 1918, at the hour
of ten o'clock in the forenoon of said
day, at the court room of said Coun
ty court, in Dallas. Oregon. th-
time and place for tb fcearfe f ,J1
objections of the said final account
and the settlement thereof.
Dated and first Dublished Mm, m.
1918.
E. K. PIASECKI,
Administrator of hte estate of J. A.
Simons, deceased.
E K. PIASECKI, Attorney.
Train No. 9 leaves Independence at
11:50 a. m. arrives .Monmouth 12.M.
Trai". No. 11 leaves 1 :.10 . m . n.
necti with S. P. train No. 352 for Port
land arrives Monmouiii 1 V
Train No. 13 leaves 2.20 n.m. enn.
necting with S. P. train from Corvallis
arrives Monmouth 2:30 connects
with train for Airlie.
No- 15 leaves 3:50 p. m. arrives at
Monmouth 4:00 connects with motor
ear from Airlie to Salem.
No. 17 leaves 7.(10 a. m. after enn.
necting with S. P. train No. 353 from
l ortlancl arrives Monmouth 7:10
No. 2 leaves Monmouth 7:05 n
arrives Independence 7:15 a. m
nects with S. P. train for Portland.
No. 4 leaves Monmouth 8:30. ri.,V
Independence 8:40 eoneets with s p
train from Dallas.
No. 6 leaves Monmouth 9:05 arrlv
e Independence. 9:15 a. mMn.on.
with train from Airlie.,
No. 8 leaves Monmouth mr,n
, c. lit.
O I'vitTnn J A 1 .
iimejenuence 11.00 a. m.
Train No. 10 leaves
rrlvw Independence 12:10 p. m.
'iran Ko. 12 leaves Monmrmti, i.ar.
p. m. connecfsVith S. P. train for Port
ana at independence 1:65 p. m.
NO. 14 iMTil Mnnmnntk J.nr
t.vn ar.
I mm Indenendenen a -nz .
i . ... v- con-
necta with S. P. train for Salem-
faiiai,
No. 18 leaves Monmouth 4.55 n m
Saturday, July 6th, 191
Commencing at 10 O'clock a. hi. Sharp
hcifeM-I n"'? T-0"" fCMh "l'te..d.er and one in Mar
ht,fm l i M i" September; one heifer Hi yr. old.
oi It ' ;r ,n Juno; o,, mftrc 4-,,s o,,, m
ol.l. 1300 II,,. 0,K. younK mare 2.yrft oIi,A11 wel bro IVr hen mara
HOfiS H younir hoirn. in t,. ...,,i i.. t i ...
i, 1 , I L "" 'in i-mii t UIOOU SOWS W in 1U (
l)igs; 1 male hog.
FARM IMPLEMENTS.
1 hinder, 1 hon vai.l i
harrow ,..,! , ' ' 't 1 " " WHon- 1 ". 1 "W.
1 On,.,, r- c. '"" lo",n ha"riw, 1 l.i-imh plow. 1 14-inch p
of harmts ' ,'P,"',,,"r' ntht'r ',!nvs "" '-"ltivators and several
)l SKH()U)n;,Nm KI,afcw
FREE LUNCH AT NOON.
TERMS: -All sums under $10.00 cash. Above $10.00 one year', to
Per cent on bankable note. Payable on or before expiration
M. M. PORTERFIELD, OWNER
n a h b u a
B a B B B I
8re how my h
pnirn into the lw
wpiy Uuii.
NOTICE.
To conserve man power and reduce
tha cost of doing business, Hewitt's
rnarmacy has been consolidate ,:i.
Williams Drug Company.
All accounts of Hewitt's Ph
are due and payable to M. C. Williams.
Dentist
Office in Cooper Building
Phone Main 7R91
Inaepena'tnce. . . Or.
Dr. Duganne. Denti.t nffv,.
- uunu ovei
Indepenoeco National Bank.
ELLSWORTH
i The Vetterlnarlan
Pwm 4th and 0 Str;?,
Phn 3122
FLETCHER & BARRICK,
ATTORNEY'S
Cooper Buildinir
INDJfiPENDENCE, .. OREGON
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SWOPE & SWOPE
Lawyers
I. O. O. F. RniU;
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Let us show you
A wonderful new cream separator
that we have just received from
factory!" Kreat6St 8e,Wator
We want tn sh.,
because it is a marvel in the new
profit it msurea you. And yet.
it is more simple and sanitary
and easier turned and washed
than ever.
THE NEW
SUCTION-FEED
S"2 1 le,"e!m - vou .urn sic
The wompn ;" . , 'U!,cs cream when turned below spu.
tloa. andrv ,ime n'5 """on th. man can turn it 45 rev
of even richneTs 'k wi" be dimmed clean and the creaw wlllbi
Come in and bring the women folk, and let us Sbow you bow it wo.
FOR SALE BY
SLOPER BROS. & COCKLE,
INDEPENDENCE, .. OREGON.
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THE ENTERPRISE
FOR HIGH GRADE PRINTING..
Independence, . . Or