Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, July 26, 1918, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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THE ENDEPENDENCE ENTERPRISE
LARGEST PAPER IN POLK I
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WILL OREGON SUITLY
DEMAND FOR HORSES?
of
All the Year Round
A New Perfection Oil Cook Stove
in your kitchen means better and
more economical cooking all the
year round.
More convenient than coal or
wood. Lights at the touch f a
match and heatt in a jiffy.
No smoke or odor; no duct or
dirt Economical.
And all the convenience of gas.
la I, i, J u4 4 btrur sixes, with
or withost erma r cabinets. Ask
your deakv today.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(California)
A Naw Perfec
tion Oil Cook
Stove means kitch
an comfort an 4
convenience. Ask
your friend who
bat one. Used in
3.000,000 boail.
Inexpensive, caey
to oparata. Baa
tham at your deal
ar t today.
NEW PERF.ECTJON
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3. W. DEMICK, Special Agent Stanrlm n;i n t J , North H.29 chains5 w 8-85
Z?. ?mPany Indenden-' Ore. chains; thence- North 5.65 chains;
In the matter of the Estate
George L. Whiteaker, Deceased.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OP THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR POLK
COUNTY.
To Earl W. Whiteaker and Velma
Whiteaker, heirs of the above-named
George L. Whiteaker, deceased, and
to Olen J. Whiteaker as cuardian of
said heirs:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON: You are hereby cited
and required to appear in the County
Court of the State of Oreson in and
for the County of Polk at the court
room thereof in the Citv of Dallas, in
said county, on Wednesday, the 21st
day of August, 1918, Term of said
Court, at the hour ten o'clock in
the forenoon of said dv than onH
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there to show cause.if any exist, why
an order as prayed for in the petition
of R. R. DeArmond. the Adminintrn.
tor of said estate, filed herein on this
day, should not be granted to the
said Administrator to sell the real
estate of said deceased at nrivate sale
for cash, for the purpose of raising
lunas lor the payment of funeral
charges, expenses of Administration,
and claims againat the said nutate;
which said real property is described
as loiiows, to-wit:
Beginning at the Southeast corner
oi ine donation Land Claim of Tho
mas L Burbank and wife, Notifica
tion No. 1524, Claim No. 43, in Town
ship 8 South, Range 4 West, in Polk
County, Oregon, and running thence
THESE STOVES FOR SALE BY
J. D. HIBBS & COMPANY,
MAX GOLDMAN.
SLOPER BROS. & COCKLE.
CRAVEN & HUFF
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INDEPENDENCE
ENTERPRISE
and
The Oregon Farmer
Both for the Price of One
Bj sP?faI arrangement with The Oregon Farmer von .n
HOME PAPER Wrd8' When I' Scribe for YOUR
eX If T TCneW 0Ur Presenl iption, you are
Receive The Oregon Farmer
for the Asking
isJTJ2VR great state farm paper,
ed every week and devoted to the Oregon farm and the
Oregon farm home, just as this paper is devoted to tte dJ3!
and to the mtersts of this local eomnwnity.
This Opportunity May Not Last Long
GRASP IT NOW
thence East 8.85 chains: thence North
4.13 chains to the land sold by George
U Whiteaker to Corne a Hubbard;
thence East 18 chains to the half sec
tion line running North and South
through Section 22; thence South
21.07 chains to ,the North line of the
u f. Look Donation Land Claim; and
thence West 18 chains to the place of
beginning, containing 42.90 acres,
more or less.
Also beginning at a Doint 3fi feet
South from the Northeast corner of
Lot No. 2 in Block No. 2 in Henry
nm s I own of Independecne, in Polk
County, Oregon, as laid out and plat
ted by Henry Hill and wife on their
uonation Land Claim; and running
thence South 30 feet and 2 inches;
thence West 148 feet; thence North
30 feet and 2 inches; and thence East
1484 feet to the place of b?-'f.-:n
WITNESS The Hnnm-nMa TP n
KIRKPATRICK, Judge of the County
Court of the State of Oregon for the
County of Polk, with the seal of said
Court affixed, this 9th day of July
1918.
A. B. ROBINSON, JR.,
(L. S.) Clerk of Said Court.
Wayne Dinsmore, Noted Horseman,
Says Conditions re Ideal for Pro
duction of Breeding Stock
Opportunity for breeders of henvy
..iron, una DIU'tlOU-
UinJiv iivb" r
lurly in the Willamette Valley 1s great
believes Wayne innamore 01 vh-js
secretary ot the reicneoron ooueiy oi
A .ii u'hn mnk9 a stUUV 01 nurse
conditions in the state and who was a
visitor at the Oregon Agricultural
College.
"There is no question but that there
will be a heavy advance in prices of
heavy horses," said Mr. Dinsmore.
M .M-o,i;,.twin U rhr crraitfl mares
4jr jri.uiv.n'H . r
weighing 1,800 pounds or more will
hrintr S500 each within five years.
Geldings selling in Chicago at $300
are bringing $1,000 in Great Britain.
More than 1.000 Tercheron horses
have been shipped from this country
to Canada in the last 19 months 611
in the last seven months.
"There is a demand for heavy draft
animals which will increase. Breed
ing stock will command particularly
high prices. The Willamette Valley
should be in a position to supply this
want. Mv imnression is that it is an
admirable country for the breeding of
hiVh class livestocks. The Daaturea
and trrain crona are adeauate and the
grazing season is long and mild.
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KANSAS LOOKS TO
O. A. C FOR LAST WORD.
A man may get tired t
nary tobacco but never o?
Seal Gravely Chewing HnJ '
witH its pure, clean task
Peyton BmnJ
Real Gravely
Chewing Plu
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Professor Lester Lovett of College is
Recognized as Authority on Cod
ling Mcth Control.
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NOTICE TO CREIDTORS.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned, Snowie M. Kurre, has
oeen appointed by the County Court
of the State of Oregon, for the Coun
ty of Polk,administratrix of the estate
of W. S. Kurre, deceased, and has
qualified.
All persons having claims against
the said Estate are hereby requried
to present them, with the proper
vouchers, within SIX Months from the
date of this" notice, to the said Admin
istratrix, or to her Attorney's, Fletch
er & Barrick,at their office in the city
of Independence, Polk county, Oregon.
Dated and first published July 26th,
iy.
SNOWIE M. KTIRRTT
Administratrix of the estate of W.
&. Kurre, . deceased.
FLETCHER & BARRICK, Attorneys.
Because they failed to control the
codling moth this season with their
regular spray application, the Yaeirv
Plantation of Hutchinson, Kansas, an
nealed to the Oregon Station for as
sistance. In a communication ad
dressed to Lester Lovett. entomoloeist
at O. A. C, they write in part as follows:
"For the first time in our orchard
experience of 18 years we are failinir
in the matter of codling moth contrlo
and failing after successive applica
tions of arsenate of lead made in a
workman-like manner and thorough.
We would not intrude upon vour time
and courtesy were it no; that we W.W
to Vniir Stati'nn V, J i
v wv.u iVL ,,lc worn in
Z': TTitizz " l ' -' 's!!y
since we have been advised that vnu
are the best informed man in the Uni
ted States on the subject of using
spreaaers in connection with arsenate
of lead and other srjravs."
While the work with spreaders for
arsenate sprays which Professor T.
ett has under way are vet in the cy
periment stage, the results which he
is -obtaining are sufficient that he
feels warranted in suggesting some
possible methods of increasing the ef
ficiency of the treatment which this
company is using for codling moth
control.
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SPOTTED BEETLE
ATTACKS BEANS
I Easy to Fill
. You can easily turn a fortyjuart
canofmilk into the knee-high aupply
I can of tha New Sharpies Suction
feed Separator.
This remarkable machine tviil
skim as clean at 35 turns of the crank
A mlniita ai a . m . A ... I
separator would lose a great deal of W"""
crctun wun sucn vanea speed.
THE NEW
SHARPIES
SUCTION-FEED
wxrLWttiur wui soon DflV lor .tftir in ram m.A f
increase the capacity and reduce the time by turnir hi
out turnea last or alow, the cream is always of th. J
4ivaijvag UC9UCU.
Come in and let us show you this new machine.
LOPER BROS. A COCKLE,
Hardware of All Kind.
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Tha ValTa-in-head type engine niua.
trated her.. l,ke all intern! ccmbu
ion enginut, requiraa an oil that
Jioldt ita lubricating qualities at cyl
inder heat, burna clean in tha com
bustion chambers and goes out with
'xhaus. Zerolena Alls these require
ments perfectly, becmume it ia cornet
Iy nnned from acted CmliBunim aa
phmlt'bmMU crude.
LEW
The Standard Oil fatXator Cars
It Keeps the Engine Young I
asnhalt-h. aV'A "T1?. ."0 secte,a -aittornia
carbon M.rf. V 9 Deuer bricatioia with lest
Lubric,:t?fdl," f eral consiatenciea. Get Pur Correct
x.uDncation Chart covering your car.
-era ev.rjwAere ,nd Sttndvd Oil Service SUtion.
STANDARD OIL COMPATfY
(Ltlifornu)
The spotted bean beetle is nnMr
ing in many of the bean fields, feeding
v uie nonage and destroying the
plant. The beetle is the size of a
lady-bird, and is greenish-yellow with
black spots. Unlike th !a,i;,.,i
beetle, however, it is a decided pest in-
sieaa or a tnend. Poisoned sprays
are the effective in its control or one
may use a dust consisting of 90 parts
of sifted wood ashes, and 10 parts of
powdered arsenate of lead, mixed
inorougniy.
For greatest efficiency fm u
use of a poison for this nPHf o
plants should be left here and there
throughout the field
on
which the beetles mnv n
they may be destroyed by mechanical
means, points out Lesterf Lovett, en-
NOTICE TO HOP PICKENS.
WIGRICH RANCHE,
Independence, Oeegon, July 2, '18.
ALL Pickers wishimr to revivor. f
pick the early hoDs nn trio dU.
Ranche are revested to do so at ZZl j ZZSlTi
by Mail only and on rint f lu"loi0K'st m U. A. C,
- - -t-v iiauicB
a Registry Card will ho
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As there will be only a limited num
ber required, we expect the niVHno. tn
commence about August 25th.
I'KtCE 50 Cents PER BOX.
Also names of dav men fnr 0,i
and late hops.
WIGAN RICHARDSON & CO. i
How To
Develop
Good Teeth
V0UR th need
exercise daily. By
masticating the hard
and rougher sort of
food they can best be
and I othor coarse and flbroii.
JwaT nlbHfore th" cn hS
P"' ,or '"a aim. It helps to
P.ro0uce J pood circulation of
blood and fn children devefoSi
the muacla and expands tK
.; thatroom Ja providod
for the Incoming lanw Uth
Sfift 'Ji hours. A
nli food very thoroughly.
Proper training and care nf
lshhahltathywllUppr;
In after years. Afw niinutS
?,fr roofning and night i
t?J Wd dnn"l8t at in
tervalsWill save lots of i.
" ioit and avoid on
of'""""
tmtb? of the mouth and
PublUhtdbv the
"ori.,a,Examl
Stale of Oregon
I I I H U M a ...
PROFESSIONAL COLUMn
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NOTiCE.
J. W. DEMICK, (Special Agent) Independence, Oregon.
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SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ENTERPRISE
'The Paper That Everybody Reads.'
All persons indebten tr rv, o w
Cropp for professional
. - v v, Will
kindly pay their bills tn Pioti,,. p.
Barrick, and take their receinr. ti,
amount.
C. F. CROPP, M. D.
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WANTED
ONE HUNDRED and FIFTY Hop
Pickers for early Fuggles and Cluster
Hops, Will be ready for early Fug
gles about August 20th. prjce 50 cts
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DR. ELLSWORTH
THE VTEERINARIAN
Corner 4th and D. Streets
Phone M 3122.
if 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' t i 1 m
Lawyers
I. O. O. F. Building
Independence. . . Ore
viiiivnjcit & BARRICK
ATTORNEY'S
Cooper Building
INDEPENDENCE, .. OREGON
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HOT?
The Cooler
is in the
nn r-wTr-r
UK. L,. E. BARRICK
Dentist
Office in Cooper Building
Phone Main 7821
A golden
brew
The Drink
that Fits.
Everybody
Sells It!
The
PORTLAND
BREWING
Co.
hi tjrwf-
mimmi
I. &. M. TIME CARD
Train No. 1 leaves Indetx
at 6:50 a. m. arrive Monmoul
connects with train for A:rlie
Train No. 3 leaves Indeed
from Corvallig 9:20 a. m. arri
:30 a. m.
Train No. 5 leaves Independi
9:45 a. m. arrives Monmouth
m. connects with S.P. train for
Train, No. 7 leaves Independef
10:35 a. m. after connecting 4
P. train No. 351 from Portland
es Monmouth 10:45 a. m.
Train No.9 leaves Independti
11:50 a."m. arrives Monmouth 12
Trail No. 11 leaves 1:30 p. a.
necti with S. P. train No. 352 hi
land arrives Mo-innu'
Train No. 13 leaves 2.20 r.tn
aecting with S. P. train from Cori
arrives Monmouth 2:30 eonl
with train for Airlie. I
No. 15 leaves 3:50 p. m. arrivt
Monmouth 4:00 connects with I
car from Airlie to Salem. I
No. 17 leavi 7.00 a. m. afterg
nectinir with S. P. train No. 3531
Portland arrives Monmouth 7:10.
No. 2 leaves Monmouth 7:05 a. I
arrivpa InAanonAanra 7'1R S. 111.
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nan. . ... . 1 f, n x. ! 1 - Dnvt (fluff
No. 4 leaves Monmouth 8:30, art
Independence 8:40 conects witn
train from r)11. -
No. 6 leaves Monmouth 9:05 a
am J 1 n.te - M f nr.-
with train from Airlie. I
No. 8 leaves Monmouth 1V.W H
arrives Independence 11.00 a. a
Train No. 10 leaves Monmoutn
arrive Independence 12:10 p. m.
Twin XT 10 !., Hfnnmnilth
au. Lt leaves iTiu,.'.- r.
p.m. connects with S.P.train for P
land at Independence 1:55 p. m.
No. 14 leaves Monmouth
rives Independence 4:15 p. in
flects with S. P. train for Sale
TlaUna
No. 18 leaves Monmouth 4:55
arrives Independence 5:05 p- m-
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC-
A change was made in
the bla-
.v..i,,g 111 111 KJX A M.ti" - t
Mr. Packard purchasing the inter'!
of his partner. All outstanding!
a , -rtOlflf
and those having accounts s i
said firm, will present them 10
aersigned ' for payment.
' A. B. PACKARD.
1 1 1 v.
pel UUJ1,
Send in your name at once.
JOHN R. COOPER
ITaiTiTsT. ' Or,gon !