Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, February 28, 1919, Image 4

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THE ENTERPRISE
Entered at the postoff ice at Independence, Oregon, as se
cond class matter. Published every Friday morning.
SUBSCRIPTION KATES ; .
)ne Year in Advane ....
hi months In Advance )
"tree Months In Advance . . ; ' ,
Jffice now located two door, South of its former location- our welcome.
THE INDEPENDENCE ENTERPRISE.
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LARGEST PAPER IN POLK COUNTY,
T ' " " " " """"Nw '
i know
crop condition
" aCTS keeping hi, eye, upon the farm jie Ms
both hembphera. every contmc, t uJ. nd, '
Lubin found time to ErarijlP 1 J l1, ot tho
business world that obtain ' , , l'tol, that
THE DAWN OF PEACE.
Peace has dawned after four years of horrible slaugh
ear. Millions of men have been sacrificed that we
night live to see this day and rejoice. .
We shall break faith with the hallower dead who sleep
midst the ruins of Flanders and France if we fail to con
lude a real and a lasting peace. Do we grasp the full
ignificance of the price which brave men have paid,tnat
ire who remain might be free to refashion the fabric of
ociety on nobler and timer lines, and to raise a more
lorious temple to the cause of Humanity? In the diary
if a surgeon who has gone through this war appear the
ollowing pregnant words:
"But oh Lord, what other sights I have seen today! It s
Lorrible horrible horrible! I am often afraid that
ragedies I see will haunt me all my life; that my dreams
nil be blood-red and that armies of wrecked men will
arade before, me as I sleep, I thought I Was hardened
'm as sensitive as the little convent girl of seventeen. .
Humanity now stands at the cross-roads of the world s
lestiny. Every individual has his or her part to play in
aaking this world safe for Democracy. Every depart
ment of human activity our trade and commerce, our
abor market, our public life must be purged of the
pirit of militarism and autocracy before we can truly
ay that victory, complete and satisfying, is ours. Hu
nan sacrifice has been offered up that we who have hv
d to witness the downfall of Military Autocracy in Eu
ope shall carry on until autocracy everywhere is cast
lown and utterly destroyed. Democracy must be free
nd a triumphant Democracy before the future peace
nd progress of the civilized world are assured.
The downfall came sooner than the world expected,
Mthough the plight of the German army, apparently, was
10 secret to the Allies. Like Czardom,' the power that
leld Germany together fchas been dissolved. No one can
ay whether German discipline will avert what Russian
lemocracy was hopeless to prevent the utter collapse
f national cohesion and the reign of anarchy. There
an be no little doubht now that the fear of this collapse
if orderly government was in the mind tof Lord Milner,
aid that he voiced the fears of the British Government.
Jow that peace has entered on the first stage it is s'urpris
ng how ready the world is to make terms with the Ger
nan people, terms which do not involve the march of an
.venging army to Berlin. Only a few days ago news
apers were clamoring for "an eye for an eye and a
6-oth for a tooth." All that has ceased. One wonders,
n view of this significant fact, what'needless sacrifice of j
Vines soldiers these Jmgo newspapers have torced upon
he r world by their unthinking clamors for a war of re
'enge! When the secrets of this war are disclosed,
vhich will hardly be in our day, it may be found that the
nen who incurred unpopularity by insisiting upon nego
iations, concurrently with war were not far from the
:ingdom of truth. For it will scarcely be contended that
he character of the German people has changed in a
light.
CROP FAKING A LOST ART.
ar-SS aJ mUMU-mcn take, rural en
dits and the tann iamivs
stock
transpor
ts and trie iann ia 'm,v i .-x j
mi v,nf ,a ix ncr his eventful lite ks now uu m
. s. 11 ii.. .a. o.-l flirt livPM
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itage oi ine Hunt i a- : o v1 ,mhle inheritance
No man nas receivu c n..v
pen
BUENA VISTA ITEMS
THE HIGH SCHOOL.
a i..n..a this week have
XSTtTSS? In-en caused on account of the bad
Lewis Friday after a ten days vw.t wen
with home folks. .. iu ''exnerimentinir" with bu-
Clinora
W. P. Simmons 'have
ierally result in candy.
Mr. and Mrs. . - i . W(?ek. the experimenU gen
. i - j ..iMnAes in miiihiiv i.v.- , . .
iransmieu uuiu -
The students expect to begin the
tw home in Portland after a n
week stay at the Fdger Lichty horne. j the dM
Julius Nissen of McM.nnv lie J J M
t ac r u V
J. A. Rob.nson iw" ,.., work with more in
trst and vim.
ussions in tnc
I imvitm.
WA several days last weeK .
v lis your own money
vmi're svenoim.
says Barney Mc
' ..(j ahead and good tobacco taw
-.heir yor .; J. '1
"'uut'tK !S?SKSfSS ,
isn't an ordinary HlgH!-
tobacco that 8 one, Gbn1,nb Gr avely
two three ivith Ucul hanvii ib. .
GrttveTy. The real .r w -
Peyton Brand
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug packed in pouch
SI
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lichty. They
were former Yamhill county friends.
Mrs. E. J. Anderson returned Fri
day from a week's stay with friends
and relatives in Albany.
J. M. Prather who is rafting lops
for the Spaulding Lodging Company,
was an over Sunday visitor with the
home folks in Corvallis.
R. Peterson Sundayed at the A. J.
Richardson home.
Gladys Reynolds of 0. A. C, was
a week-end visitor at the parental
home.
G. E. Harman and M. L. Prather
returned from an overland trip to
Tillamook Friday.
J. K. Neal returned Thursday from
Portland where he had been sent by
the M. E. Sunday School as a dele
Kate to the Peace Conference and on
Sunday gave a very interesting re
port from same.
M. V. Prather and family, M. L.
Prather and wife were Sunday visi
tors at the M. N. Prather home.
Miss Alma Wells and Miss Evans
were shopping in Independence Sat
urday. Winifred Plant returned to her home
in Salem Sunday after several days
I visit at the Plant-Rose home. She
! also sanp- at the I. 0. O. F. hall Sat
urday night.
Mrs. R. E. Prather and Mrs. Jessie
Tann accompanied Mrs. Wilbur De
vine and babe to Albany Monday,
where the latter will join her husband
and will go to Lebanon where they
have rented a ranch. Mr. Divine has ;
recently been mustered out of the U.
S. service and has heeded the call j
"back to the soil." lhere many
friends wish them the best of luck.
The Martha Washington Silver Tea
given under the auspices of the la
dies Rural Club was a grand success,
both sooially and financially, for
which they want to thank all who
helped make it so. .The proceeds go
to the funds for our War Orphan..
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H0PVILLE ITEMS.
When David Lubin died the other day in Rome, where
le was America's representative in the International Tn
titute of Agriculture, the farmers of the whole world
ost a friend, prophet and leader.
American history
ment class, there will be some great
lawyers and prospective statesmen
when this class graduates.
Many of the students are getting
in some good earnest study, as mid
term examinations are nenring. No
exemptions will be granted at this
time.
The class in physics are seriously
considering the matter of dropping
the subject nt the end of the semes
ter and substituting some more prac
tical subject.
Profesor J. R. Horner, of the 0. A.
C. visited the high school a few dnys
and gave an interesting talk on the
Pyramids of Egypt, to the class in
Ancient history.
The senior class have token the pre
liminary steps toward putting on a
play some time in April.
We have noticed several of the stu
dents this week wearing their wraps
in class, as heat seems to be a little
scarce. Some of the students sitting
near the windows say they will have
to move their seats or hold umbrel
las over themselves to keep from be
ing splashed with rain that drives in
over the windows.
The bookkeeping class has finished
the first part of the first set of books.
Ralph Tavenner, who has been tak
ing post-graduate work at the Uni
versity of Oregon, has been engaged
to teach mathematics and science in
the high school. Mr. Tavenner was
formerly principal of the Monmouth
high school, nnd was recently mus
tered out of the federal sen-ice.
The examinations in biology will
begin on Thursday and be concluded
on Friday of this week.
High School Reporter for Enterprise
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NOTICE.
The members of the Red Cross will
meet at Red Cross rooms Tuesday,
March 4th at three p. m.t to elect the
following officers:
Chairman,
Vice-President
Treasurer.
Secretary.
All Red Cross members are entit
led to vote and it is your duty' to
come and vote.
Independence Branch A. R. C.
B. E. Smith, Chairman.
f .
Miss Helen Porterfield spent Fri
day night and Saturday with Norma
Carter.
Mr. and Mrs. Doc Powers spent sev- j
eral days with the latter's parents, j
Mr. and Mrs. George Waenberger at
Jefferson. Her mother was very ill.
Henry Eighmey came over from
Salem on Sunday. He will spend the
summer here again.
Mr. and Mrs. Stalling of Indepen
dence, spent Sunday with there son
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Stall
ing., Miss Will is spending several days
in Dallas taking the teachers exam-
tt,. a i. . J uu uaii lane uu omuii nuuu turn a punsy
ination. Airs. Acocks is tcachincr in i n. u.. r
" Buu, mm jiiuuii uu'iu emu uy biuo ill ino
There will be services at the Cath
olic church next Sunday morning at
eleven o'clock.
Weekly Health Talks
The Many Mysteries of
Nature
BY L. W. BOWER, M. D.
You can take an onion seed and a pansy
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her plate.
Those that are nursing bad colds
Ypnvs aoTiT.llhi'n mn't rlnllcsr Vinntinir in n PoKVivnlo mm.' J-ftose that
v.. k . uwi vav vivnui iiuuiiii iix v'cti ix kji ma. iiici r.f. Mrs Waller Plant M rs Cirtc r
antile establishment, to give his life, his brains and his .Mrs. stalling and Mrs.' f. l. chown!
.ffort that he producer of food might make an honest Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Porterfield and
jrofit. He was one of the first Americans to see that the.f;imiy anrl Albert Green, spent Sun-
nert stalling!-
Dan Colo is able to be out again.
It sure looked good to his many old
friends to see him out again.
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i lime-worn method of food distribution and transporta-,'lBy cvenin with Mr- anfl MrR. en-
n was wrong, and that the unnecessary middleman
, nust be eliminated before the farmer could get a fair
)rice in the market.
Lubin declared war on the crop report fakir, who I
preacl false stories of over-production abroad to bring!
;lown prices when the American farmers were selling and
vho deluged the markets with untruths conoM-nVr vp.I U . l a lump in breast
;orted crop failures later on to give excuse for high pri-l 0 I VlLL GlVE$1QD0
:es to consumers. To correct this evil Lubin suggested f if j FAILtoCUREanyCANCERorTUMOR
, ne lormation oi an inter-nationa! crop reporting agency,' i TREAT before it POISONS deep or
ma our wasnmgion politicians promptly rejected the
' dea. Then Lubin laid his plan before the king of Italy
md secured governmental assistance in e?tablishirf' the
nternational Institute of Agriculture hi Rome Im
nediately Lubin turned the spotlight of publicity and
knowledge upon the food crops of the world, even into
he remotest corners, the smallest countries.
For the first time in history thanks to David Lubin
he world knew how much food it produced and where
hat food was. Naturally, food speculators disliked Lu
5in and his spotlight. And as naturally they tried to
liscredit him and the institution. But now the world
ATTACHES to iJONE
ITriOUTKNiF, PA1H0RPAT
UNTIL CUAEO. WRITTEN
GUHANT. NoX-Kajor
oilr swindle. An island
i'iant Hlaiitr makeBthrcure.
A TUMOR, LUMP or SORE on
lip. faceorbody Ion? ts
CANCER. 1UO-P10E BDQK
SENT FRES. Tntimoniali.
30,000 CURED. Writrtoiomc
Cancerous we legs cured.
A LUMP IN
WOMAN'S BREAST" CANCER
It MIlONt ARMPIT OUNDS and KILLS QUICKLY
0 WOMAN IN EVER 7 WEI OP CANOE U. 1. REPORT
It Clmil l Tit SIR ALL
address DR. S. R. CHAMLEY ""J eu"
Llm 8TRtET' k FRANCISCO, 6AL
nun if ail this td somian anywhere
earne srot of ground, in one case, vou
get an onion, with its peculiarly strong
odor, and in the other you get a.flower of
rare beauty. You can plant a poppy seed
and get opium (a dangerous, hatjit-fonnLne
drug), or you can plant a rhubarb seed and
pet something that helps constipation.
No scientist, living or dead, can explain
these mysteries of Nature. Behind the
invisible life germ in each seed is hidden
the deep secret that nobody understands.
Everything growing out of the ground
seems intended for some use in establishing
natural conditions. Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo,
N. Y., long since found out what is
naturally best for women's diseases. He
learned it all through treating thousands
of cases. The result of his studies was a
medicine called Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. This medicine is made of
vegetable growths that nature surely in
tended for backache, headache, weakening
drains, bearing-down pains, periodical ir
regularities, pelvic inflammations, and for
the many disorders common to women in
all ages of life. Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription is made of lady's slipper root,
black cohosh root, unicorn root, blue
cohosh root and Oregon grape root.
Women who take this standard remedy
know that in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription they are getting a safe woman's
tonic so good that druggists everywhere
sell it.
Favorite Prescription should have the
full confidence of every woman in America
because it contains no alcohol and no
narcotic. Dr. Pierce knew, when he first
made this standard medicine, that whiskey
and morphine are injurious, and so he has
always kept them out of his remedies.
Send 10c to Dr. Pierce's Invalida' Hotel.
Buffalo, N. Y. for trial pkg. Tableta.
GSSM jf
Fresh Bread, Pies, Snails, Doughnuts Daily
Light Lunches Served at alM lours. ,
(Home) THE CITY BAKERY. (Hdme)
Safe and Sane Business Principles Govern all Trans
actions We are here to safeguard your interests
and Ours. A Growing Institution.
THE FARMERS' STATE BANK.
Your
Needs
Satisfied
YOUR WANTS
GRATIFIED
We guarantee to you not only Hatisfy your need, but to GRATI
FY Your wants in best GROCERIES.
OUR WATCIIWORD
Living Price.
"Purity and Freshness" and nt a fair
Calbreath & Jones
if
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ALL KINDS OF HOP WIRE,
ALSO ALL OLD JUNK.
BEFORE YOU SELL, SEE
US, WE PAY BEST PRICE,
CAPITAL JUNK COMPANY
SALEM, . . OREGON.
271 Chemeketa Street.
$100 Reward, $100
The readers of this paper will M
plcaaed to learn that there la at leait
one dreaded dlseas that science fc"'
been able to cure In all Its stages And
that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greattf
Inlluenced by constitutional condition!
requires eontttutlonal treatment. Hall
Catarrh Medicine la taken internally and
acts thru-the Blood on the Mucous Sur
faces of tho System thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, giving the
patient strength by building up the con
stltutlon and assisting nature In doing l
work. . The proprietors have so much
faith In the curative power of Hail
Catarrh Medicine that they ofler One
Hundred Dollars for any case that It fai"
to cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address P. J. CHENET & CO., Toledo,
Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 7So.
Dr. Duganne, Dentist, over Inde
pendence National Bank. tf
Knight Adjustment Company, Mc
Minnville, Oregon, successors to Ya
morog Collection Agency. Make
collections. tf
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