Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, June 13, 1919, Image 1

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TODENCE, OREGON, JUNE 1.3, 1919.
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rii, IIIiiiKi-, June. K -You have
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who rod "v,'r lht1 "tl
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L rF American counties, but
hive who rule over them
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ntork in tho form of hih bred males.
So great is the demand for thin ntock
that the Petaluma ndvcrtlMfmi.nt
I liroiiRht orders for several thouwand
Vi't i fin kerels.
Th! poultry deiiartment has 'Kent
out many breeding males to Oregon
P'lultrymcn but only in limited num
hers to any one person or firm. Thin
pulley ban enabled many commercial
j growers in Oregon to develop large
Hoi ks of the O. A. C. strain, ami
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i4 nr.; .),,. ,,.,, ; i The work of the poultry depart-
n r h.. Inn, i t,. . ' m,'n wag heartily commended by Mr
of ( imr.fTve.m.nU ! 'S!l,'S who Hays that its equipment "in
I"' '"I he evicted ' e 0 . anv commer-
'Jn-r 1,,,,-d Kriillv k "e conmuers me worK
.m.uo.ic 111 uiat ji, jruviues
with a Houree of well bred stock to
improve their home and commercial
flocks.
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CAUSE OF DEATH
OF BABIES KNOWN
DEADLY POISON
m NEVER USED
-'Simple jus-
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Farmers Protest Against 'Rack Rnfa1
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r of Orondy want. mlnoU, m( at th oaor(boue.' Ja Vottia, EL,
of tb owner of thair frm, Lord SoaUr, forelfn iancJrd. to laereaee
n dollan an aero. Tber can tM lnerM rack-imt,- ami declare It ta
to erMeet
(be MmoKl
Seventy farmere
MMt the attetnM
mu rrom au le teti doUan an aere. Tber can thti lnereeae "rack-rtTTt-" and dertar ft mioiM lumt.
nptcr u them la the eoerthoiiee yard the people of Orundj couety bare erected Urge ttin erskom
t tome their boyi who went "o-rer there" to fight for world democracy.
them from hi castle across
ntic. And rules them with
hind.
Lord William Scully.
alw becuuse he owns most of
o counties, lie owns whole
W of valuable faew land
bl(T!Ht fiirm Inn, I nurrior In
"try. He rents his lands.
w Ilia tenants in Crundv-co
in armn. They are protest
imt in increase in rent.
atuily has told them they
fy iu an acre instead of $0
far.
he ha.s the whiphand over
"ite U'Kislature may help
A bill is boiriK' prepared to do
Jjwernor L.wdon has indicat-
"e'lll Sii'll it. if it t,..Uu,.
t are 7l free-hnrn Anim.
r' as honest and hard work-'
f you ever saw anv Dlace.
r '"Hrriwl end have famili
rVcry fri"''' has at least one
F service of th,. United Ktta
iliebnys t:ll are "over there"
;"np. here. They have been
to the core.
Il'e 70 American fiim fam.
the "ni,i....i..i .
...j.-i.v; oi Lortt bcully
is how i- -V-..
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lenrs au Loni gcuily
lhe United atntna TTa
And lives in the grand Scully castle.
Young Scully Lacks Sense
of Justice That Dud Had.
This young Ior Scully got the
idea that his American subjects
weren't paying him enough tribute.
So he raised the rents on them quick
er and higher than his dad had done.
Last summer they had po to $(! an
acre. That's twice what the old Lord
had paid for the land.
Then young Ixird Scully came over
Inst winter to see his American farm
subjects. He found them prosperous
living in fairly pood homes, and most
of them rode to town in small auto
mobiles, i
Hut eh whs disappointed.
Nary n one of his American sub
jects took off his hut to the Lord.
t tice.
' That's what they asked for in a
meeting at the courthouse here dur
ing the winter. In th's same court
house yard the people of Grundy-co
have erected a hip "Welcome Home"
sign. It is directed to "Grundy Coun
ty Boys" in our army and navy. The
hoys are coming home now.
Their fathers and mothers are do
ing their best to make their welcome
warm. Lord Scully welcomed them
by raising the rents to a bankruptcy
po:nt.
Tiere's an "Over There"
And "Over Here" Angle, Too.
And while this young Lord Scully
was coming over here to raise the
rents these Gruydy-co boys were go-
intr "over there" to aid Lord Scully
Why, 'they acted like thov thought jown country in the great world war
h..v -.r u .,,,,,,1 .is a Inn .Treated I "'r irecuoni. uuru oc-uiiy uiun i
fight. Now he's willing to fight the
farmers to get $10 an acre a year for
his American farm land.
Looks like he'd get his fight, all
right.
If the state legislature doesn't help
these Grundy-co farmers, I wouldn't
before this
T m"''h wealth hi. a ln-.,l .
Enffnn,i ..... ... teaohi
i u'ciand
"W.W0 Lor,
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" an acre.
Scully bought
Illinois land.
Homember the
My did'nt ,1
4,1 XT " "J'"iiiiK w
" ""'ic a Darn, isev
8 "ence. Neve -
f ne down. Just bought
Q W( back to his Eu-
i ut na rented the land
got but n few cents the
tenant!
"t'roed with his
3 that he would per-
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'"e lew ten..,,,( !- 41.-..
In , i.. 11 ",ey ev"
4 ",c iwrms.
1 Jit housos, ,mrn shed
framed the land. Plant
.,'0 G,'!,,k''1 roads. And
on their improvements
I "lB w taxes for the im
nil!
UU!tn Lord f?enii a;a
"lore are 7ft TA
Now
hm like lie was a fellow man.
"He had expected to find poor,
cr;nging peasants of the type who
starved in Ireland in tht. infamous
dnvii nf thn 'r-irU rent' system," said
Editor Sackett of the Morris Herald.
"Instead he found sturdy, up-stnnd-
inc Miclepenilenc merit-ans,
fled with
inps on their land.
' "They didn't cringe
gilded nobleman.
c u ).,..( ,.1. u-lint ha refiird
: Z l!h of nuttine Ihese 'Amer-' OREGON CHICKS WANTED
f Tirir plaice." of I
ng them the respect duo a mem
ber of the British autocracy.
Lord'g Edict to Farmers
Is 'Tay or Get Out."
Lord Scully raised the rent from
$6" to $10 an acre.
The farmers said they couldnt pay
that. Said it would bankrupt them.
Lord Scully said, 'Tay or get out."
He said, he knew lofs of peasants m
Europe ha could bring over here to
work his land.
But these 70 American iarn , - Cor.
nis l.U"ii ' "
be surprised to see many of them
u..i 'i..f n,;nr the Imild-ltear down every stick they put on
the 1 arms tney rent, ami nam ic uiij
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rather than try to pay me an
pcre.
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ON CALIFORNIA FARMS
Itic I'rwlurer's Places Orders for 1000
Cockerels of 0. A. C. White Leg
horn Strain.
White Leghorns of the 0. A. C. strain
are wanted by California commercial
poultryir.cn. W. L. Sales, a petalu
mn grower, has just visited the Col
lege to place an order for more than
1000 cockerels with Oregon poultry-
, i i.. rnn.Q inV TVio
men wno nreeo uib v.unc.
order was placed with Groves and
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice ia hereby given that the un
dersigned, Roy L. Layton,has been
appointed by the County Court of
the State of Oregon, for the County
of Polk, Administrator of the estate
of James D. Lay ton, deceased, and
has qualified. '
All persons having claims against
the said estate are hereby required
to present them; ' with the proper
vouchers, within six months front
this notice, to the said Administra
tor or to Fletcher & Barrick, my at
torneys at Independence, Oregon, in
said county of Polk.
Date and first publication June 6,
1!11).
ROY L. LAYTON,
Administrator of the Estate of i
James D. Lay ton, deceased.
FLETCHER & BARRICK, Att'ys.
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OREGON'S QUOTO 580
Pithy slogans, which, erystalized the
idea fo the drive in a few words, did
much towards putting over the Liber
iy L,oan, itea tross ana other war
work drives. Here are a few that
should aid in enlisting associate mem
bers in the drive, last week, for ex
tending Boy Scout work in America.
. "Anything that is done to increase
the effectiveness of the Boy Scouts
will be a genuine contribution to the
welfare of the Nation" President
Wilson.
"The Boy Scoet Movement is di$
tmcely an asset to our country."-
Theodore Roosevelt.
"Scout Leadership is a national du.
ty." William II. Taft.
"A dollar m boyhood can't help
growing. Plant your scout quoto."
"A million associate members of
Scouting is a guarantee of the future
of American boyhood. Scoutilng
pays."
"Scouting is a movement. Keep
it moving until every boy is reached"
"What's good for the boy is good
for the nation."
William G. McAdoo is in person
al charge of the drive which started
Sunday June 8th in all parts in Am
erica. Edward Cookingham is state
chairman. Oregon's quoto is 5800
associate members, who are asked to
do a small share in extending the
helpful, patriotic movement.
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Call and ask about our easy pay
ment plan on Pianos. Moore & Wal
ker.
INFANTILE DYSENTKY CAUSED
DEATH OF li INFANTS JN WA-
VEKLY BABY HOME.
Infantile dysentry was announced
as the disease which swept away the
lives of 14 infants at the .Waverly
Home, in a recent report submitted
to the board of directors last Tuesday
by Dr. Karf F. Meyer of the Univer
sity of California.
The disease is not uncommon, ac
cording to Dr. Meyer, and was likely
brought to the, Waverly 'Home by a
baby admitted to the institution. The
epidemic has been controlled by the'
management and medical staff of the
home. Dr. Meyer declares, which
could only have been accomplished by
sincere and devoted effort, on the part
of officials, physicians and nurses.
( Women's Report Recalled
"Condition besepak carelessness, in-(
competency and criminal neglect,"
was the statement relative to the
Waverly Home incorporated in a re
port of two operatives of the Women's
Protective division after an investi
gation last November. The babies
were insufficiently fed, insanitary con
ditions existed and the general state
of the home was described as "deplor
able" and "awful." That sick babies
were i given poor food while the em
ployes' kitchen boasted ham, potatoes
mince pie fend fruits, that the fare be
came monotonous, that beds were in
sanitary and that nurses were helpless
because of the management, were
other charges of the investigators.
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TIME CARD ON VALLEY &
SELITZ RAILWAY.
Effective April I, 1919.
No. 2 arrives from Hosklns 9.15 a. m
No. 4 arrives from Camps 4.00 p. m
No. 1 departs from Campa 10.60 a. m.
No. 3 departs from noskins 4.15 p. m.
Nos 4 and 1 dally except Sunday
Freight service 2.30 p. m. on Tuesday
and Saturday.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a local disease, greatly in
fluenced by constitutional conditions, and
in order to cure it you must take an
internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medi- .
cine is taken Internally and acta thru
the blood on the mucous surfaces of the
system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was
firescrlbed by one of the best physicians
n this country for years. It is com
posed of some of the best tonics known,
combined v, 1th some of the best blood
purifiers. The perfect combination of
the ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine Is what produces such wonderful
resultB In catarrhal conditions Send for
testimonials, free.
F. J. CHEICEY k CO.. Props., Toledo, O.
' All Druerglsts, 76c.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
MOST EFFECTIVE. DISCOVERY
OF SCIENCE WAS READY FOR
USETWHEN THE WAR ENDED.
Guarded night and day, and far out
af human reach on a aedestal at the
interior department .exposition in
Washington, D. C, is a tiny vial.lt
contains a specimen of the deadliest
poison ever known. It is "lewisite"
product of an American scientist.
Ten airplanes carrying "lewisite"
would have wiped out every vesta ge
of life human, animal and vegeta
ble in Berlin. A single day's out
put would snuff out the 4,000,000
lives in Manhattan Island. A single
drop poured in the palm of the hand;
would penetrate to the blood, reach
the heart, and kill the victim in
great agony.
What was coming to Germany-
may be imagined by the fact tiiat
when the armistice was sia-ned! ir.
was being manufactured at the rate
of 10 tons a day. Three thousand
tons of htis most terrible instrument
ever conceived for the killing would
have been ready for business on the
American front in France on March
first.
"Lewisite," was developed in the
bureau of mines by Professor W.
Lee Lewis, of Northwestern Univer
sity Evanston, Illinois, who took a
commission as jn captain in the army
It was manufactured in e specially
built plant near Cleveland, called tha
"mouse trap," because, every work
man who entered the stockade went :
under an agreement not to leave the
11-acre space until the war was won .
This of course, was to protect the
secret work on the plant was started
ISdays after the bureau of mines
had completed ij.s experimentjs.The
other preparations to bring the gas
into the war went forward with
like speed, bot the armistice pre
vented the Germans from ever ex
periencing a full realization of what
they had begun when they turned '
their primitive ases on the Cana
dians in Flanders in the early days
of the war.
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GOOD CROPS? Well I should
sry so. Money in the Bank ? Yes.
Well then callon Moore & Walker
Independence, Oregon.
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Dr. Duganne, Dentist, over Inde
pendence National Bank.
JESS IN SHAPE
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Halpin, one of the
nut. imnrovements on
their lenses. They couldn't sell their
improvements at their actual value if
11,0 venta were suddenly raised to
$10. Tho rent raiae cut their values.
Young Lord Scully md he would
let them move their houses off his
land, if they wanted to. Hut you
can't move a house, barn, jem.,
and orchard around like you would
furniture.
v,,, T.nrd ficullv wanted cr.1.
He Insisted that theypny or get
nut.
vnllis.
Mr Sales was attracted by the vi-
nm- nnd lavinsr dualities of the Col
lope strain, and when he saw an ad-z.,-t:oTTient
of some of the College
birds in a Petalum.t paper he came
north to place large orders. He ex
pects to distribute the cockerels
among the poultry breeders who sup
ply him with hitching eggs for his
incubators, which turn out 100,000
chicks a month. His purpose is to
.n,.rense tne egg
Petaluma district by introducing new I
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Graduation
Time
Champion Jess Willard is In
good condition right now for de
fense of his title against Jack
Dempsey, at Toledo, O., July 4.
Unbeknown to friends he was do
ing light work at his Kansas
home and in making a moving
picture recently he has trained
down to within easy reach of his
"fighting weight."
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It is always a pleasure for us to show you appropriate
gifts and assist you in every way to make desirable
slections. Do not fail to see us.
OUR STOCKS ARE FULL OF BEAUTIFUL
CREATIONS FOR GRADUATION TIME.
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Our interests are linked with those of our customers
by helping them we help ourselves.
COflliams Drug go.
THE REXALL STORE.
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