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'state highway commission prepara
Jtory to building some bridges In the
Articles of incorporation filed by T.
T. Parker & Son Lumber company;
, capital stock estimated at $5000. Th?ir
Independence, Ma 24. A commit- Place of business is located a few
tea from the civie -I,, .ii ,!miIea vest of Airlie.
Vrtt T o s ' i Th county eourt has made an or-
mr WrTrt n o ., A tvrae- der granting the county clerk anoth
wer. Mrs. O. D. Butler and -Mrs. Clyde er deuutv for his office. ,) i th,
x.cs.er, went to Monmouth this week
Diana arrangements for the
of tha Chautauqua tickets both at the
college and in town. The ladies met
with splendid cooperation both in the
normal and in town. The Civic cluo
indorsed the chau.iiuo.ua movement
and was the only Independence club
that signed the contract as guaran
tors. Mrs. C. O. Sloper entertained the
Ladies Aid at her home last Thurs
day. The ladies are working hard on
baaaar articles whfch they hope to
finish soon. There were several vis
itors present and a general good time
njoyed. The hostess served delicious
refreshments to close the afternoon.
Mrs. F. L. Charow entertained the
Buena Vista Ladles Rural club at her
home Wednesday afternoon. "Amer
tcanhsation" was the subject discuss
ed during the afternoon and the mem
bers responded to roll call with pa
triotic quotations. The ladies report
ed about 9l as receipts of the chlck
n dinner last Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Butler were
here from Portland last week end, vis
iting at the Ward Butler home.
Mrs. Harry Patterson of Astoria
has been visiting Independence rela
tives. Miss Pearl Smith has been reelect
ed to a position in the Corvallis
Mrs. Nancy Whltcaker and daugh
ter. Miss Vivian, have taken apart
ments In Portland and will make their
home In the metropolis.
Mrs. W. K. Tetherow returned last
Wednesday to her home In North
Port, Wash. Mrs. Tetherow Is a
daughter of the late J. L. WllliamsJ
and came lown to attend her father's
Prof. Oren Byers of Albany has
been elected principal of the Inde
pendence high school. The Misses Ma
bel Bnughey and Mans, both of Balm
have been retained as Instructors it
a substantial Increase In salary.
Dr. II. C. Dunsmore and Ira Mix
pent the week end In Portland.
Kverett Cook, a former Independ
ence business man, was here this week
tram Portland, Mr, Cook suffered i
paralytlo stroke this spring and wis
"shut in" from business more than a
Wm. Dawes went to Mt,
fact that the work in the office has
"l increased so rapidly that the present
force could not handle it. The last
year of recording amounted to 11250
more than the previous years work
which does not take into- considera
tion the added work in probate, cir
cuit court and license work; however,
Mr. Moore, the county clerk, -believes
he can handle it with 'an extra deputy.
Polk Towns To
Set For Highway
Dallas, Or., May 14. A big meeting
was held la the Dallas Commercial
club rooms participated in by Inde
pendence, Monmouth and Dallas busi
ness men at which time they took ac
tion preparatory to objecting to the
course laid out for the west side high
way through Polk county, which com
pletely isolates Dallas and Independ
ence. Oscar Hayter, a prominent at
torney was appointed as the represent
ative of the people of the county to
attend to the matter in the future, with
he hope of having the highway built
on the originally mapped out route by
the legislature, which designates that
the route shall go through McMinn
ville, Dallas, Monmouth and Inde
pendence thence south to Corvallis.
Of Dallas Take
In Large Class
Dallas, Or., May 24. Prune Center
camp of the Modern Woodmen of
America held a big class adoption In
rAi Gervais Tod
Dallas on last Saturday night Sev-jbeg conducted in the circuit
eral .neighboring towns joined the cier- room in the court house.
rymakers, making an attendance of
about one hundred. Fifteen candidates! $eW StOTe OVned
UL-er-a initiated nml ov-voi nrith A Bitmn-I .
tuous banquet. State Deputy Martin
of Portland assisted In the work.
The local camp was organized last
October and has grown wonderfully,
making-a one hundred and fifty -per
cent incerase. The officers who are
making the work a success are Dr. r.
C. Schafer, consul; G. W. Curtis, ad
visor; o. C. Dewey, post consul; C
Stewart Bennett, banker; Floyd D.
Moore, clerk; and L. V. Coffin, chief
j Picnic Plans Laid
Dallas Girl Is
Winner Of Auto j
In Vote Contest:
Dallas, Or.. May 14. A local news
paper has been conducting a subscrip
tion contest which caused much inter
est in all parts of the county and cul
minated Saturday night at 8 o'clock.
Elsie Forrette ,a clerk in the Dallas
Pharmacy, received the highest prlaw
awarded, being a new 1920 Nash tour
ing car, valued at 11850. Miss For
rette is one of the most popular mem
bers of the younger set She attended
Dallas high school and later entered
Capital Business college at Salem. The
final reports showed her to be in the
lead by six million votes more than her
Since the recent fire in the Dallas
Christian church which completely
gutted the building, all meetings are
Siherton, Or., .May 24. The exact
dale of the annual picnic of the Waldo
Hills Fioaeer association has not yet
been deckled, but it is prebubie that
Gervais, Or., May 14. Extending a '
general invitation to the people of Ger-"the meeting will be held on the third
vais and vicinity A. DeJardin was busy " Saturday in June, according to a state-
most of the time Saturday serving cof-! ment given out by W. H. Downing,
fee and biscuits. The occasion was the .'president of the association. The pic-
opening of his new store and the hos- .nic will be held on the Hunt farm in
pitality of the new merchant was enithe Waldo Hills as usual, and a pro-
joyed by a large numb-1 of prospective 1 gram of unusual interest will be ren
tiered in addition' to the usual picnic
dinner. A little later the Wisconsin
association will meet in the
park in Silverton. June
picnic month in this coinm
Schools closed in this city Vast Fri
day with a program rendered Jointly
by. the different grades. Many of the
school patrons were present. -
A new organ has been purchased for
the Presbyterian church and will be
delivered in the near future.
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"For the first time In a whole year
i am able to do all my housework,"
suld Mrs. C. Libke. R. F. IX 4. box
66. Taconia, Wash, when a special
Angel last Tunhif r..iruu!,,tl,, V,., .1 i .a
Friday and returned with his daugh-'nf her n..rk,ii,i., -,,,..., .,m.i .
tor, Mildred, who spent the week end 'ascertain the facts, reeentlv.
with home folks. Miss Dawes is a stu
dent of Mt. Angel academy.
Polk County Court
Kllzabeth L. Allison v James M.
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you always get the
same high-quality fuel.
It is made to meet the
requirements of your
"Red Crown- is all-re-finery
gasoline with the
full and continuous chain
of boiling points necei
ary for ready starting,
quick and smooth acceler
ation, steady, dependable
power and long mileage.
Look for the "Red Crown
sign before you fill.
STANDARD OIL COMPART
Sfhe Gasoline of Quality
IL II. CAMFEELL, Special Agent, Standard Oil Co- Salem.
Pay as You Go Plan
Will help this store sell better clothes for
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Less Money Less Profit Greater Vol-ume--Less
Oyerhead. The Saving is Yours
Which can be attract
ively worn as throws or
with the narrow leath
er or knit belts that
come with them.
These brilliant knitted scarfs add a colorful note to the out
door costume and are also a distinct comfort when walking
or motoring in the early mornings or' evenings. There is a
jaunty air about them that is youthful and entrancing and
mey nave found an instant and lasting popularity in sports
dom. i ' ' -
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I felt like a differ
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last month and we hare had her chris
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Women who suffer from any feminine
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Ru.ssell Lk-hey, ape 12, and hl
year-old sister, residing a few
from SaKm, have collected (16.90
bounty fromthe oouty for 16S gopher'
Duroc Jersey Hogs for Sale
SOWS WITH LITTERS
BOARS AND GILTS
DIABLO STOCK FARM,
E. F. Petersen, Dam-ilk Cal
. G. W. Emmonsr
They are the largest type and the best blood strains to be
had anywhere. .
Her.d Boars and some of the Sows
Lucy Oriona Model
Diablo Orion Model
Defender Colonel, 70th.
Lucy Oriona Mayflower
Great Wonder 1 am Gano
Prise of Tulare Belle
Twin Oaks Attraction
Lady Dcfendress 70th
And SO others.
Weanlings, $15.00 each at ranch. A large number alwayj
on hand to choose from. Crates $2.50 each, refunded when 1
returned prepaid in good condition. Mail orders- solicited,
SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK.
Sizes 14Va to 19. Regulars, Slims and extra sizes. Extra
Quality. Prices $1.25 to $2.50
Extra heavy blue denim overalls, $2.75
Work Shoes $4.00 to $11.00
Salem Woolen Mills Store
C. P. BISHOP, PROP.., ...
138 North Commercial
Retiring From Business
Goes Down Saturday, May 29
Next Saturday at 8 o'clock the curtain, at Barnes' Cash
Store, goes down for the last time.
Fpr more than twenty-eight years we have endeavored
to faithfully serve the people of Marion and Polk counties
by giving the best possible values for the money received.
For extra good measure we now offer the remainder of
our merchandise at a further reduction of 33 1-3 per cent
' THIS IS
' THE LAST
The fact that we have disposed of one of
the largest stocks in the valley, without
ostentatious advertising, in a comparative
ly short time, makes us feel that the peo
ple have taken us at our word. Much of
our merchandise has been greatly re,"c.
from prices that never reached the top.
to reduce them one-third more means tre
mendous savings to be realized during tne
last week. You may safely take us at our
word to the last.
Store Fixtures and Shelving
At Very Low Prices
Many have been. 'sold And delivered. We
sun nave some good glass cases, plate
glass counters, tables, revolving racks,
triple mirror, cash carrier system and
numerous smaller pieces of store fixtures
all at very reasonable prices.
Shelving .made of wide spruce, to be
knocked down or sold in sections at -J
option of purchaser, any quantity at