Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, July 09, 1920, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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,rn nv IMCIEKT PHYSICIAN
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In.trumtnti of Bronx no
John. HopKIni U.Mv.r.ity.
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William H
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Konmn inr.llrnl urn
now Many Miles
From a Cord Tire?
Men are everywhere telllnsr remarkable tales
about mileage from Miller Cords.
But remember that mileage varies with con
ditions. Size and load, road and care affect it.
One man who has sold and watched many
thousand Miller Tires says this:
I find that Millers excel other tires in serv
ice from 50 per cent to 75
per cent.
The Hudson Taxi Co, of
Detroit reports a 15,000-mile
average on rather heavy taxis.
Tread Patented
Caster tread smooth with suction cup,
for firm hold on wet asphalt. Qmard
to-th-Romd aids tread mesh like
cess in dirt.
The Eldorado Stage Co. of Los Anprfle.
after long comparisons of 22 makes, say that
Millers excel all.
Factory Tests
Miller factory tests, which are severe, last
year showed a rear-wheel average of 15,w
miles on Cords. They proved that Millers, with
rare exceptions, outwore every tire compared.
They proved the new Miller tread the best
of all treads by 25 per cent.
Test one for yourself. It will give you new
ideas about tire mileage. It will, in all proba
bility break all records on your car.
Miller experts in ten years have done much
to serve you. For your own sake, learn what
they have done.
er Tires
The Most Talked About Tire in America
Cords or Fabric Geared-to-the-Road
Independence Garage
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view of ll:t' nr.-lu'-'"'".-N'. p'l'i
tiiixt intorr-iini; nl V.-t. I' Is
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Hallmark Jewelers
There can be only one 'Hallmark" J,W(i, )
in a town aim nc inui uu mu largest mrrf
best in the community. There are J
mark" jewelry stores all over the Unitn
States who buy their stocks at a great kwL
and have the advantage of securing advanc
styles first. Huy your jewelry at a "H
inark" store and get the advantages of ft.
latest styles at the lowest possible price,
"You Get The Beit At HartmanV
Hartman Bros. Co.
Hallmark Jeweler and Optician,
SALEM OREGON
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SHEPHERD BECAME A PRINCE:
Emir Ffisal jf Arjb.a Seemed n Al.
together Nffl'ig'ble Objrct in Hn j
Erly Life.
BETTER BUTTER IS CALL
OF OREGON CREAMERIES
All information called for can be
found in rightly kept churn records
which Professor Chappell says are
essential to uniformity of mtrhm;
School Superintenuent Injured j
County Superintendent Josiuh,
Wills is slightly crippled up, but!
"still in the ring." While out in the i
" i "in r. , ' . .
Oregon Agricuuuiai uncc, upon which unifoim good quality J county Wednesday gathering sptvi-i
vallis. Increased use of butter sub- ! tjepent3 j nlens 0f gniss for t'ne Polk county
stitutes in the last lew jeais is uue. information in the reports will be! fair, of which he is secretary, lie
used in conducting experiments at I ran the end of lus sickle .into the;
thp rolWe. which rs doinc everv-' calf of his k-c. Fortunately an ar-!
thing possible to improve the grade
of butter in Oregon.
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Wells' Universal Grind
For Grinding Pistons, Piston Rin
Wrist Pins, etc., on
Automobiles, Trucks and Trac:
has been added to otir cquipmec:
WOOD & COZINE, independe:
THE REASON m
Money it More Silt I
iiio iti-.-ri
!l :.h l,o
waisf oii!y
Ho M.lMi...
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to their uniform good flavor, and to
lack of this quality in butttjr," says
V. D. Chappell, manager of the 0.
A. C. creamery, in a letter to cream
erymen of Oregon.
"Creamerymen do not realize the
seriousness of the proposition con
fronting; them." Professor Chappell
declares. "Quality, rgardless of
cost is the deciding factor these days
especially the last nine months. If
TWO NEW BANKS ARE OR
GANIZING IN STATE
tery was not severed. Itemizor.
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Two new state banks are in course
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von evDect to keep your nose above; of organization in Oregon towns, ac-
wrater in the butter game you will; cording to articles of incorporation;
t,a tn tret down to business and! filed with Will H. Bennett, state su
make better butter by using uni- perintendent
form methods."
A card was
of
sent to the cream-
erymen of the state with a request
that it be filled out and and return
ed. The card 'calls for information
on acidity of cream, temperature at
churning, churning time, tempera
ture of wash water, number of revo
lutions butter is worked in water,
per cent of moisture and salt and
some other vital factors.
banks.
are at Junction City, Ore., and
the Alsea State bank at Alsea,
Benton county. The Junction City
bank will be capitalized at .$25,000
with the following incorporators:
C. F. Ruder, Henry Harkson and
Will T. Wright. The Alsea bank
will be capitalized at $15,000. D. D.
Longbottom, Marion Hayden, Dud-
Treasurer's Son is I'romotfd.
Will Snyder, son of County Treas-
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urer anu .urs. v. onuei, i.iii-i !
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ed on his parents brietly Wednesday: .
morning while enroute in an auto
mobile from McMinnville to Un-1
zales, Calif., where he will have; ct,:it
charge of the field work in throe i ton. ih
counties for the N istle rood com-'"1'1 ,,:
rwn .. . V.- ..-Inm It.o i. ..ml,..,t ' IO lilt-
i nese i i,a"j i ,jj """ "i'i"";"!
for the past year or more.- Itemizes
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or !, r i f
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Ho un
his sf:.;
rha rini!! j
ror-allis 0. A . C. huildinL's to be' th.it th. i
rushed. Home economics buildinir to i W!'--
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Wouldn't Wash,
wiili .-'ir Kri.'-'
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cost S3.",000; womens donnitory,
$100,000; completion of ens;ineerir,(
laboratory, $38,000; addition of a
story to mechanical hall, ?33,0O0;
ley D Risley, J. W. Buster and G. T. i completion of library, $3.j,000; com
Wadsworth are the incorporators. tion of heating plant, $40,000.
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NATIONAL BAffl
"OVER 21 BiLLIC
RESOURCES"
(Eaclt Under Supt-
tion of U. S Cot's:
Of nil the place lir
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Money-her U tin !M
"Why" we hou!J p'f
National Bany.
INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL BANK j
This Bank is Under Supcrviiion of United fci
Government.
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Encourage the Swallow.
If yon wimt to f r..(. ii,,. i,,.!i:itii.r
hnoi f.f Tii'i-ijUttficS (.ii'-i.lir;.'i. srt-nlln'A i
j 1.1 lllllkl' HiOlUM.K.'S 111 h"lni-. :i n
AiinTlmn I'oroftry n .--. i : i - im, of
Wirhiiitrlon. 'J ' 1 1 ( :- hinl f..,.. hIhid-!
cnliri-ly iiniii nl. on'. Ii, i i-ts iiiol
tln'-y uiii ij.i niiiili toward . r .: o t i 1 1
on-hiirds mid oiln-r lives I'imiu t
iots. N'i, I, illcr invoMiiiHit ("in he
lilit'lo, tlicrofon', 1 1 1 : i I sniiii' hi. 11,14
out for tiinriiim tnnl other swnliown. Of
the blue switllnws tin. purjili. iniii-lin Is
th( Ittryost, the 11111I0 heim: ,.,,tiro!y
lilne ahovo nml holow, v. hlh' tho ii'iimU.
Is Id 110 nhovo with 11 rniy hronst. Swul-
lov.H tiro highly HiIki-j: tory. himhI of
tlicni Njiondini,' tlio winter in Si.ulti
Araerlcii.
Dorit ask for
5. Lonpt Distance
There's a personal element that you
feel when you place a Northwestern
call. An interest in getting your call
through with the least possible de
lay in making prompt reports in
giving you a truly courteous service.
one assist no eiWi!
6 wi'V
s ft i f
LOMG
gTERM
3STANC
Scientific Triumph.
Students of the 'nni-;:ie Institute.
Of Toohiioloffy In I'lUslitii-li plnreil u
raillo transmitter In Onitnl ,., t0
send out the lrmsle of an or.-hestra
playing in the hall to wores ,,f radio
students In the dlstri.-t llHieninK
Professor Kmli, hearln;- u,,, ,m,si,, ,n
the oxiicrliiiofit. stailon of the nnlver
sltj, half h mile Hway, sueeecie,! i,y
the use of a iruigmivox an liistrument
to Increase the Round from r!uiio
receiver-an.l two stilriKH of oledrlc
wires, In passing n 0M half-mlli. to
the Ilelnz house, whent Htmlente
lanced to it.
The Press Agent's Work.
The old-time press up-nt H II0W
known as a "publicity eyrerl" and his
business has frreatly developed jn r,..
cent years. Outside of tho regular
theatrical press agents, every Ameri
can city has a small army of ,,. wi,0
find lucrative employment In trlvliic
publicity to financial and Industrial
enterprises, philanthropic and educa
tional Institutions, hotels and restau
rants, and a wide variety of other
things that depend for their success
upon the patronage of the public
EVEtty WILD. EYED fun.
OR SOMEONE cbu'B.
AND THEIR hoU remark!,
REACHED THE next couuty.
AND WHILE I'm not.
s
EASILY EXCITED.
s
I CUES3 I wan helping.
s
THE PITCHER be.uu.
s
THAT CLEAN-UP Littor.
s
AND MY good mnitli paw.
HIT A Xat lau.
s s a
RIGHT IN tho Vbbtlbulo.
s s a
AND HE .aid "l'huoo.
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A FOUL Up.
a
RIQHT ON my lant cigar."
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AND I waa aorry.
s
AND GAVE Itlm on:
a
OP MY cigarette.
AND HE. aw tl Pwk42
THAT I took it INL
AND 6MILED uad ali
"THEY 8ATI&FYI
AND THAT nmk
WAS ONE iy wlIe
BOUGHT AT I
1.
80 THAT uk(! ,fc
A 8ATI8FY.
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DOUBLE HEAOCR.
AND AFTER that.
I EVEN naff l'1"1,
ROOTING FOR the lf
s a
mWENTY hit.-5
X with never " 0 'i
ci.'ft,,r5VJ
SiS Then. 1
copica. a """,
they BUtiafV'
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