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Long In Service
Woodburn, Or.," May 5. Ceo. H.
Bee be. who has scored this city a city
recorder for the past several year,
handed In his resignation and left
yesterday for Portland to take a posi
tion as assistant cashier of large
.Mr. Beete handed his resignation to
Mayor J. J. Hall last Week to take ef
fect on April 30. At a special meeting
of ths council Friday night the reel
.nation was accepted 'and S. E. Hard-
castl. was elected. It was learned the
tint day that Mr. Hardcastie could not
accept on account of an extended visit
be was planning on making in the east.
B. B. Bruns was then offered the of
fice and he accepted.
Miss Lois Beeba, Mr. Beebe's daugh
ter, will continue to make her home
In this ctly and hold her position as
J. N. Haugen has received a tele
gram announcing the death of his fa
ther at Albert Lea, Minn., last Thurs
day. W. 8. Wilklns Is In ths government
aervlce as a forest ranger.
O. I. Trallerud traded his Woodburn
property for the Wilklns 10-acre tract
and has moved onto It
Fred Becker of McKee has pur
chased the J. L. Haller farm Just west
at town, through V. R. Putnam, for
$14,600. The deal Included crops.
Mock and machinery. Mr. Becker will
conduct a dairy farm.
The city was flooded with smelt dur-j
Ing the run in the Sandy. Parties go
ing down from here brought loads of
them home and almost everybody in
town lived on fish for a day or two.
3. F. Hteelhammer returned Monday
from taking in the Shrine doing at
J. F. Rlgdon has sold the 10 acres
Of O. M. Anonby to William Church
or vuiver, uregon. Mr. Church and
family will take immediate possession.
Miss Ruth Hiivenmnn, who is teach
ing; school at Molalla, spent Saturday
and Sunday In this city with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Havemann.
Jlr. and Sirs. C. F. Whitman enter
tained the Five Hundred club at their
home Friday evening. The club's orrt
cial same was Indulged In and Mrs. L..
H. Shorey and George Beach carried
away the honors. Mrs. George Beach
assisted the hostess in serving a lunch
eon. Mr. and Mrs. George Beach were
Miss Gertrude Simmons made a fiy-jent salary or ,ln fact, for any saiary.
Ine trio to Salem Monday. ! Undoubtedly this will be a question
ih be he'd in th.,
E. J. Becker and family spent Sun
day in Woodburn with his mother,
Mrs. Anna Becker.
Walter Habert of Portland spent
Wednesday with Clarence Keene.
Miss pal Loren, who was operated
on Monday to getting along nicely.
Mrs. E. J. Becker was a Salem visi-
W. H. Huddleston recently sold his,,., one day te9t weefc
residence property on Young street to
W. F. Gatchell and took Mr. Gatchell's
Hall addition property as part pay
I ment. Mr. Gatchell will occupy the
j house purchased of Mr. Huddleston
and the latter has moved to the Ryd
man house on North Front street,
which he recently purchased.
G. G. Gilbertson brought suit
against J. N. Haugen for alleged rent
al of 188 due him. The case came up
in Justic McCord's court Thursday
and a Judgment was rendered for $10
in favor of plaintiff. There Is another
action pending regarding damage done
Mrs. Romer of Oakland, Cal., Is vis
iting at the home of her brother, S. N.
Judge and Mrs. George G. Bingham
of Salem were in the city Sunday vis
iting at the home of their daughter,
Mrs. Keith Powell. Other 8unday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Powell were
Mr. and Mrs. Courtney and Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Wilson and two sons of La
Fayette. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Smith of Carlton
and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Williams of
LaFayette were Sunday guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Court
ney. Woodburn high school will hold Its
May Day exercises tomorrow (Thurs
day) evening at the high school. Miss
Vera Christie will be crowned the
Mrs. William Simmons spent one
day in Salem shopping.
Mrs. E. J. Becker is on the sick list.
Waconda, Or., May S. Miss Kath
ryn Keene was a Woodburn visitor last
Polk Co. Court News
Dallas, Or., May $. The first public
dance hall license', In compliance with
chapter Si of 1920 session laws, for
Folk county was issued to W. E. Con
ner of Red Prairie Tuesday.
The"fleid men for the county assess
or have finished their work, but on
account of the "flu" the assessor is
several weeks behind in his work.
. Probate Court.
Order closing Homer Laliberty es
Order allowing final discharge of
administrator and bond sureties In
Inge Thygeson estate. ,
Order setting time for hearing of fi
nal account in Clarence Barnhardt es
tate. Order approving final account In es
tate of Amanda J. Tupper, a minor.
The county clerk's office had a rec
ord breaking month during April, hav
ing taken in f 700 in fees. This Is
about $175 more than has been taken
In in any preceding month during the
history of the office.
During the term of County Clerk
Moore, the business has increased to
such an extent that he has average
$150 a month more than did his pre
decessor. The work Is becoming so
great that Mr. Moore states that It
will be necessary to have another dep
uty In order to do justice to his pa
trons andto himself. He contends that
he i snot Justified In working Sunday!
and sixteen hours a day for the pres-
bofore the court in a very short time.
Dagoes AfttT St-aliw.
Sheriff John W. Oi r was called out
of bed at 11 o'clock Tuesday night
and notified that some Italians from
Independence were- on their way to
DaJla to-square up with some Dallas
Italians," who had'gone'to Independ
ence a few night before mid had beat
en an Indpendence Italian. The city
marshal, Oliver Chas. had been on a
diligent outlook, all evening, but the
alarm was false, or the Independence
dagoes got cold feet as nothing unus
ual happened. .
Bring Cattle To
Salem For Sale
Silverton, Or., May 5. F. A. Doer
fler and Fox Brothers took their herds
x,., , ,. ;n i,.. inrin.i. d in this! that came Detore me uouj. ik '"
tvximv. ... - - , ... .oik ov-r the These
sale. Col. J. W. Hushes of forest oujm, -- ----- .Ks Puve
Grove and Col. Ben T. Sudtell of Hal-, auvisuouuy or incrcasu.B ve , io u oi great inters 1E
stv will conduct the sale. Bidders from; Silverton anu sia.w"" uu, ita. u,c uluu w make
.Ho .. ni h in aiiemlnnw ana It is win oiuj uno - -,
expected to be the most important played at Silverton recently and Stay
ton was utiwivu.
stock sale ever held in Marion county.
Stay ton People
Witnesses In Suit .
ciavtnn fir M.n 5. Several Deoplel
from this city went to Portland yes- wnen
Mdcleay To Hold
Macleay, Or.. May 5. The young
people of this vicinity are looking for
ward to a great time Friday night
basket social and entertain-
RKDS LOOT KIEV
Warsaw, May 4. Russian h-...v
soldiers are renorie.l , v '!
houses and stores at Kiev. Bren.1
n ahanrinr.it.,. .1... ..... '.reBtt
" "IC ".. Ally
cate gceat confusion there.
Oregon produced 10 per
cent i '
olatinum used hv ..;, .
terdav as witnesses in the lawsuit
there which occurred among the pro
posed railroad projectors. When this
is settled the citisens of Stayton look
for a railroad.
Mrs. D. Sloper and Mrs. Jesse Hen
derhot visited in Salem the fore part
of this week.
The Brown-Petxel Lumber company
Is engaged in operating a big log drive
of Jersey cattle to the state fair at present and when tms is compie.eu
ground yesterday where the Oregon 1 the mill will resume work. It has been
Jersey Jubilee to held, continuing to-j closed for some time, except the plan
day and tomorrow. Friday they will er.
offer the cattle at public auction. The The Co-operative Telephone corn
entire herd vwned by F. A. Doerfler pany held a meeting in the city hall
and the entire milking herd from the yesterday to transact such business
"GRANDEST IN THE
WORD" HE SAYS
"What I have seen Tunlac do for
my wife convince me that It 1 the
frrandest medicine In the world," wns
the stntement made recently by J. T.
llickey, a well known employe of
Taylor's Mill, who lives at 4628 Chi
cago St., Seattle, Wash.. In telling of
tils wife's recovery since taking Tan
lao. "My wife has been In bad health
for over a yeHr troubled with a bad
case of indention nervousness, head
stches and rheumatism," continued
Mr. ltlekey. "She hiirdly ever cared
wnethor she ate anything or not and
wlien she did force herself to take
a few bites It would sour and cause
her to have cramping pains. ' Gas
would bloat her tip so bad that It
pressed up against her lungs and al
most cut her breath off entirely. Her
kidneys were" badly disordered arid all
the time she was complaining of a
pain in the small of her back. She
had rheumatism In her sides and
through her bnck that gave her no
ond of troulilr. nml made It harn fur
her to get about the house. She was
troubled with severe headaches and
flliwy spells and her nerves were so
upset th'it any little unexpected
noise would excite her. At night slie
was so restless she could get but lit
tle sleep and as a result of nil In'r
mtffi-rlng she wns In a miserable run
"Our-daughter had taken Tanlac
und It had helped her so remark
ebly thnt my wife begun taking It.
It helped her rlKht from the start Rnd
it looked like It whs no time before
bIio was able to cut nnythliiH she
wanted and dlueHt It without the Irani
hit of trouble. The rheumatism dis
appeared entirely and fhe headaches
and dlrsy npells are a thing of the
past. Her kidneys nre In good condi
tion and the pains In her hark have
Just about Rons and the nervousness
lias all left her. She sleeps sound at
night snd gets tip feeling so fine ev-
ry morning that It Is an easy thing
for her to dn her housework. Hit
has been built up In every way and
' Is so much stronger that she looks
like a different woman."
Tanlao Is sold In Salem Dy Tyler's
drug store and leudlnc druggists in
other towns. Adv
STOP lip SI
Apply Zemo, the Clean, Anti
septic Liquid. Gives
Thcr Is one safe, dependahla treat
ment that relieves itching torture and
that cleanses gad soothes the skin.
Ask any rirujzist f ir a 35c or $1 bottle
of frnvt and ai.ply it as directed. Soon
you will find tlwt irritations, pimples,
Mai-kneads, eczema, blotches, ringworm
and similar skin troubles will disappear.
Zemo, the penetratinR, satisfying
liquid, is all that is needed, for it
banishes most skin eruptions, ttiukcs
. tho &km soft, wnooth and healthy,
TIm E. W. Rm Co, Cleveland, a
if you want
tor the home
t soda fountains
and on draudht-
SalenCs Original Cash Store, doing a
Successful Business for 28 years,
Now Retiring -
This is Final. For a quick Clean-up we
now offer Everything in the store at a
Discount of at Least
And ah Additional Ten Per Cent Dis
count on all goods that have already
Every article in the store is marked in plain figures. A
large number have already been reduced 20 per cent and
even as much as 50 per cent marked down with red ink,
grouped on tables and plainly labeled. On all such we al
low an additional discount of 10 per cent.
On all lines that still carry the original price, we give
20 per cent.
Remember, our prices never reached the present high
b1W FhCj lilyl
Tramo. scuff! Tramrt. scuff! All dav Inno-. Nn
floor can stand it. The surface eoes. the wood warns 'and snlin.
ters. lour iioors are a sight.
It is cheaper to walk on Acme Quality floor varnish than on
a bare floor. Varnish saves the surface and thereby saves all.
A varnished floor is easier to clean than bare one. It looka bet
ter. It is better.
We keep a complete line of Acme Quality floor varnish.
Mop in and we will tell you something of floor economy.
Salem Hardware Co.
120 North Commercial Street ,
Pay as You Go Plan
May 1st, 1920, the U. G. Shipley Co., Adopted the
PAY AS YOU GO PLAN, "CASH ONLY"
We advise all of our friends to be careful. Buy
only what you need, and pay as you go until con
ditions strike a level where commodities are on a
. conservative basis.
This store will be alive to your wants and
- serve ytnrwith the .same quality mer
- , ;chandise at popular prices.
;: . 1 . " ...
U G Shipley Go,
SEE PAGE 3
For bargains like these
LACES, Yd 1c
SOAP, 15 BARS..:$1M
I Peoples' Cash Store
But it will be many months before, you'll be able to buy
strictly high grade, latest style, new colors, combination,
last, etc., at the prices we are quoting for this sale. That
our efforts are appreciated is shown by the hundreds who
are taking advantage of our
Price Reductions of from 10 to UVs
Hanan Shoes LADIES' DRESS SHOES Men's Elk Bah
One lot Ladies' small size Ha-, One Big Lot Ladies' Black Kid and Patent Leather Button ,nnT, . , , ,. Flt
nan Shoes, black, button or lace, Shoes, all sizes in the lot. Regular $5.00 and $6.00 values 5?. ms Me" 8 brow,n LiS
high or low heels, regular $12 t.ri hr aI1 S1ZS- cost now at wholesale
and $15.00 , JpZ.it) 53,5- SP131
S4.95 Ladies' Black Kid Shoes, Cuban, Military or Louis heels; S2.G5
come in lace or button. Regular $6.00 and $7.00 values "' ' ' . '"' -'
Black Kid Shoes ' S3.95 J M , n 'ci,
Ladies' Black all Kid Shoes, : : MciCs DreSS ShoeS
S$iS r Louis heelSl reg" LADIES' DRESS SHOES b,ack iTfS
S6.95 Jith $5.95 Ladies' New Shoes, brown calf vamp, cloth top, Cuban or TT. 1$
vv.oo Cl0th Top8 OO.JO jyjg hee,( toe R 0 0) . or Blucher lace, regulai M.W;
Qr and $-15.00
Ladies ComVt Shoes T (T, , n $9.95 .
Ladies' Soft Kid Comfort Shoes, Ladies fkM G"n M?tal anndABro.wn Calf Shoes- hif& ' '
plain or cap toe, rubber heels, low or Lou,s heels' RelaI and $12.00 .- ... - - " " -
Regular $7.00 $7.95 Men's House Slippy
tp4. JO r. -T" ; lMen's grey" arid brown Felt
MEN'S DRESS SHOES ' ' ' Il0Use Slippers- Kegular ?
Very Latest Shoes Odd Lot Broken Lines Men's Black and Brown Shoes, - nr
Ladies' brown kid Shoes, cloth button and lace, all sizes in lot. Regular values ud to $12 i, SZ, '
top, high or low heels, pointed (Tr (r " " .
toe, regular $13.00 pD.ilt) ' ; '
$995 ffiiiAt.. BiyysDress Shoes
ru-li , ct Cfi OK 'v Boys' black Calf SholBlucher
Children s Shoes OTJO iace, sizes n to 2,eguW $3,00
Children's brown Calf Shoes, : ; (gQ .
feVrlsSo12 12 13 10 1 MEN'S DRESS SHOES .00
- $2.95 gEgurvaSD-sh'"' Boys' Dress Shoes
Children's Mahogany Calf Shoes, $7.95 . Boys'' black Calf Dress Shoes,
$3.95 $8.95 j $p:$3-95
TODAY (WEDNESDAY) t 9 .-. ;T iri Tn
Is Rubber Heel Day - I hp pfra C1Aa f A Next DoorT
25c - Half Price - 25c 1 lig 1 1 JllUC UUt BUSH'S BANK