Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, October 22, 1920, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7

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    nflTQBER 22, 1920
Sessional column.
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SVOPE & SWOPE
. Lawyers
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DEPENDENCE, OR.
IdTe. FLETCHER
1 Cooper Building
I Attorney
Dependence, or
C,WRlCfHT,M.D.C
Veterinarian
lidence, "unciq ximzM'
fe piytheexpcn.es
fl get rc.ulti
r, remit result
fi tak the blame
o Collection No Charge
L Maintain a Morgue?
jtnd w your Biow oneB
k'lCHT ADJUSTMENT CO.
Mc Minnvuie, uregon.
TIME CARD
llley & Silctz Railroad
ffective Oct. 24, 1920
a arrives Independence
:05 A. M.
l departs Indepen-
lence 1:00 P. M.
Daily except Sunday
L. E. Watson, Supt.
13,000 of
MERCHANT uiiii.a
ue. four vrnndun .vt
the Atlantic 'T -pef. on
Each ha. a capacity of 200 appro,
tlcea and 1200 tons of careo.
rH . xmc coa8t one wooden
COT HOME WASTE
servants Are Responsible for
Greater Part of It. .
ll(IM.tl .11
""S""' in New York prove
" Average paroiiy Throw. Away
ana nIT OT OOOd Food
Every Day.
feople of average mean can hard
V afford In these dap to keep serv
m uooneholda which formerly
Itept two or three now get along with
.rH w" cl"e coast one wooden nmu,gB W,U1 00,1
amp caning 1800 ton. V Z? "nng ner with a neighbor,
US anorflo!! . 5"! ?. "55? Lnd : Not kw-tirtm hare been dri
M(t4
EXPLOSIVES
of all kinds
CAPS AND FUSE
E.HASELTON
le 1 Independence
Phone 2924
and Acid Stomacb
ttliamA in Two Minn tea
oj taking a neaping
teaapoonful of JOTO
in a giaas or not
water. Absolutely
harm lea a. Sold by
All DruggUU.
pannA
Storm in i -
5RAHD
feflex
flicker?
protection)
iJowER ca
la alf
MIL Oil
KEROSENE)
f?6 Oil COMPANY
WOHIA
i '"vi'oknia) s, a ijn juiy iji7, ana sent w rx....
(ft
,Yeasei witn apace for 148 ap.
Prentice, operate on the triangular
run between Seattle, the Hawaiian
lalanda and San Francisco.
Extension and develonmpnt in-
a v a, avis
ytem of training Americana to
command th craft r.t tU.
v,x inercnani
marine is planned by the shipping
board. It is suggested that ahore
stations be maintained where men
from all sections of the country can
he aaaembled and given instruction
in seamanship, boat drill find rini
preliminary work. The men would
then be sent to BOA In lYirwtnrn
ships, which would be utilized
combination cargo carriers and train
ing vesols. carryinsr about 15K n.
prentices. It is planned to place theBe
..LI- 1 . ...
snips in a trade which would insure
a vovaee out-. nnH r. 1 .
sixty days, four vessels on the At-
mnuc ana two on nte I'acific.
Concurrently with the sea training
the recruiting service plans the
establishment at colleges and univer
sitiea near the principal American
ports of a mariti
wmcn woum mciuue accounting;, bus- v . " m m
umm j t , . York one garbage can usually suffices
iness correspondence, business pnn- f0 hoI(1 the food refuse of 20 families.
cipies, economics, elements of statis- But ln e "private house districts" It
tics, markets, transportation, princi- was found that 163 families had 173
plea or foreign trade, exports, im- garbage palls, or more than a pall
ports, languages, railroad and mari- apiece.
A 1 . .... I ffvamlnntlA. M tttA 1 7 K Vallfl
vinie rates, Dusmcss aamimstration, oiuiuauuu i
business law, admiralty law, adver- Tea,ed 18 Pnnd of bread and rolls.
.... ' KA nnnnAm nut fM nnnnila nf nntn
tising, hip operation and other basic ; " 7. ZJZZrZ-A
subjects.
The year would be divided Into four
three-month periods, the first one or
two quarters to be spent in college
UfV anI li a sitVkBArtiiAvt MHawAWa ii
practice under competent supervision the full garbage pall seems hlth-
in ine oiiices oi sieamsnip companies , - At .
. . ponntrr as a manifestation of pros-
ana on Doaro snips, ine men wuia r T"' Nnt nntlI nav.
people begun to think that possibly
this was a foolish idee.
" mu V lOTU Ui w
eo to the necessity of doing their own
"vvaiug ang semilog u washing to a
laundrv.
0
Thl. ha. meant a great deal of dig-
wiuion, out mere baa been an Inci
dental gain. Waste Is enormously re-
uuceo.
Servants make nearly all the waste
of a household. Many housewives, de
prived of "lady help," have been as
tonished to observe a shrinkage of
xneir rood bills, notwithstanding the
present doubled and trebled prices.
When n rinmntl Mtnhlluhmcnt om
ploys half a dozen servants the waste
is enormous. Nearly always In a
bouse run on that scale the butler and
cook "stand In" with the butcher and
grocer, and their rake-oft Increases
with the amount of food they throw
away.
Recent Investigations by the New
York health department proved that
the average family living In a private
house, with one or more servants,
throws away a pound and a quarter of
perfectly good food every day.
It was found that the average annrt
ment houRe fumlly throws away only
ont-flflh HH much Inreelv. rinuhtleRS.
heonuse such families reduce domestic
service to a minimum.
In the tenement districts of New
toes. 16 pound, of cereals and . large
Quantities of perfectly edible fresn
vegetables.
Always the amount of food waste
vnriM dtrertlv with the. number of
Pi-rnf nmnloyed. As a matter of
to
be paid for their services while em
ployed in offices and on vessels and
thus would be able to obtain their
education without financial cost
them.
It would be sought to so arrange
the course as to extend over a period
of four years with a degree on com
pletion. Shipping- board officials be
lieve this would build up and leave
many other well trained men ln all
branches of maritime commerce
FRANCE DECORATES OREGON
FIELD ARTILLERY BATTERRY
Salem Oregon's oldest and new
o militArv units in the late war
have brought new traditions to the
state through their Services in France,
according to word received by George
White, adjutant-general of the
state, that the colors of the croix de
hnA been awarded to the
v
147th Field artillery.
The two units are Batteries A
and B, Oregon National Guard Field
artillery, which were a part of the
147th FipIH artillery in France.
fhps hatteris wnt to trance witn
41 ct National Guard division,
mara tin of northwest troops, ana
after the 41st was split for battle re
placements the batteries went into
i, Mr,A division with about 80 of
their original members intact, anad
all of them Oregon men. ine oaw-
tcries took part in the actions
Chateau Thierry, St. Mihiel and the
Meuse-Argonne campaign ana ine
members wear five fronze
stars on their service ribboris.
Battery A, which now is Deing ie-
D..iinni wna 53 vars
organized at - -
old at the end of the war. H went
out from Oregon in the Spamsh-
merican . war and served nine
months on the Mexcan ooruux .
1916-17. It was called into service
July 1917, and sent to France
Kill That Cold With
CASCW H
QUININE
La
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Grippe
CIU, Cough
KwWbH rnlds are Dangerous
Tle no T,. .u,. -a-A rmedv handy for the Brst sneeze.
-uuighi rwtJcrij una owwum- -
Breaks up a cold in 24 b-?"K
ftj - io Kce ent for Headache
Hine ln 1 1 Z: the he.d-C-scara Is bes, Tonic
ative-.N0 Oniato in Hill's.
it
Moequltoe ana Colors.
rM malAiia-carrrlna mosquito.
.ppeari, U attracted by certain colors
and repelled by others. Experiments
been conducted in a gauae tent.
one end of which was formed by large
windows. Into tkese the sunlight
rwnii-Ml on brhiht days. Large stone
basins were placed on the floor for the
tnoaonltoea to breed in. It was imme
diately noticed that whes a person en
tered the tent rtad In dark gray
clothes, the mosquitoes settled on the
cloth. When the person who entered
was dressed In white flannel, they did
not approach him. A number of boxes
lined with cloth of various colors were
placed ln rows upon the floor, and It
n-ua nntfrari that LTeat numbers of
mnsonltoes entered the box lined with
dark blue. Fewer of the Insects sought
the boxes lined with the other colors,
th number diminishing In this order
Dark red. brown, scarlet, black, slate
gray, olive green, violet leaf green.
blue, pearl gray, pate green, light blue,
ocher. white and orange. No mosqui
toes whatever were found ln the box
lined with yellow.'
Efficiency.
"Penrs like Polk Sawney, that runs
the store nt the crossroads, hain't ovw
rid with enterprise," commented a cit
izen of Fiddle Creek. Ark. "Tother
day, frlnstnnce, I went there in tne
middle of the afternoon to buy a little
something, talk a few politics, and so
forth. When I sa'ntered In nobody
was In sight on the place. But after
I'd tromped around Cor a spell a
sleepy voice from under the counter
sorter snarled:
'"If you're a drummer that aims to,
sell me something, I don't want It;
and If you're a customer that Is flg-
gerin' on buying something, why in
fury can't yon just as wen come
around some time when I haln t plumD
tin
yaw-W-W-wn l wure uuu
The Fastest American Destroyers.
ill American records for speed were
roken by the torpedo boat destroyer
Satterlee during her standardization
firing over the measured mile of Rock-
in,i nff. when she mane a mile at
the rate of 38.26 knots. The best pre
vious record of 37.04 knots was held by
the American destroyers Dent and
Wlckes. The boat also established a
new record In her class for horsepow
er, developing a maximum of 31,223.
The Satterlee, which has been ln com
mission six months, was built by the
Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry
Dock company. Scientific American.
Logical Enough.
"What is the meaning of the term
alter ego'?' asked the principal of a
preparatory school.
"The other I," was the reply given
by a lad generally correct In his reci
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Good! Go veffimehf
TO THE AMERICAN VOTER:
Are you satisfied, eren content, with existing conditions of life?,
Of course you are not.
You are burdened with taxation and the high cost of living.
For everything entering into your daily life you'are paying an ab
normal price an unprecedented price.
Why?
Largely, if not altogether, because of the extravagance of government
at Washingtonbecause of padded payrolls because of colossal waste
following the war because of looseness, laxity, inefficiency and incom
petency in handling the country's affairs.
You are paying the bills for all this you, Americans, men and
women, who make up the good citizenship of this nation
You are paying, and paying dearly, for all this.
Your Liberty Bonds those I. O. U'a of Uncle Sam in which you
invested so proudly, so generously, so patriotically, to help win the war,
are today below par. You made sacrifices, some of you, most of you, to
buy them, and now, with the war long over, but with peace not yet fully
established, you must make further sacrifices, if compelled to sell those
Liberty Bonds, in order to meet the abnormal conditions confronting you
and entering into your daily life at every turn.
Think of the tragic climax thus put upon your patriotism!
WAR MEANS WASTE. WAR IS WASTE. BUT WAR WASTE
SHOULD HAVE ENDED WITH THE ENDING OF WAR. It did not
end then it has not ended. It has gone on prodigally shamefully.
And you, long-suffering American citizens, are paying the bill- paying in
taxes and high cost of living the price of it alL
Is it not time to call a halt high time?
A Republican Congress curtailed governmental extravagance to the
extent of TWO BILLIONS or more reduced the department estimates
to that extent in spite of the resistance and obstruction of the Wilson
Administration. Think of that! But that was just the, beginning of re
trenchment and reform which cannot be effected fully until the Executive
and Legislative departments of the government are working together ef
ficiently and in unison to bring about retrenchment and reform. And this
means A COMPLETE CHANGE AT WAS HINGTONthe substitution f
efficiency for inefficiency, capacity for incapacity, all along the line.
Then, and then only, wUl you be relieved of the burdens you are car
rying today.
You are hearing talk about America's duty to the world. Much of
it is. intended solely for campaign purposes and is as full of deception as
the cry, "He kept us out of war," the Democratic slogan of 1916, when
the Administration at Washington knew full well that no power under
Heaven could keep us out of war, and that, in fact, at the very moment,
when an election was being scantily won by false pretences, the Nation
was even then virtually at war.
America do her duty to the world !
When, pray, did America ever fail to do her duty her full duty
in any crisis or contingency affecting mankind? Never!
And America can be counted upon as confidently in the future as
she has been counted upon in the past.
AMERICA IS A DUTY DOING NATION. Any suggestion to the
contrary whatever the individual view as to the adjustment of world
affairs, whether through a League of Nations or not is an affront to
every true American and must be dealt with as such.
The Republican Party pledges you Good Government. It pledges
to you efficiency, economy, courage and the square deal. It pledges you
an American government the sort of government that a long and illustri
ous line of Republican Presidents have given this Republic.
DO NOT ALLOW YOUR COMPLETE CONFIDENCE IN THE
RESULT TO KEEP YOU FROM THE POLLS ON ELECTION DAY.
Do your duty as a citizen an alert, wide-awake, American citizen
just as America has ever done and will continue to do her full duty as
a nation, and thus will you help to put your Uncle Sam's house in order.
Vote for HARDING and COOLIDGE and a REPUBLICAN CON
GRESS on November 2, and all will be made well.
HARDING and COOLIDGE MEAN GOOD GOVERNMENT.
And GOOD GOVERNMENT is what we all need and must have.
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE
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"Give me a sentence containing the
phrase."
"He winked his other L" ,
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT