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AGED JCANCIElt ILLS
SIDAlItIFF AND MINISTER
Albany, Ore., JJuno 22.-Three 'bod
ies, torn by gunshot wounds, were
brought here .today. They wore those
of Reiv. Iol Healy, pastor of the lFirst
Christian church of Albany, Sheriff C.
I. Kendall, of Linn county, and Dave
Ml. West, 70 year old rancher and trap
per. Their deaths were the result of
i raid on West's moonshine still yes
'toiday by -Shoris Kelidall, accompanied
by the Rev. Mr. IHealy. The sheriff and
minister were shot and killed instantly
by the aged rancher, 'who after 'barrid
vitdling hinself in his house and holding
off a posse for hours, cropt from the
building when night came and in his
.b'arn ended the episode by llowing off
the top of his head with his tilfle.
'The killing occurred at 3:30
o'clock and until the body of West
'was found in the 'barn, the bodies of
his two victims lay where they fell in
side the West yard, members of the
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be bothering with t
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make all replacemei
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rotted wood with N
out quickly? Just
with Cypress you'
BUY THE GRADE 7*
For many odd jo! ol
grades are e ;he
this fact gives w i:,o buy
those wv'ho sim ply order
see the point.
Write us for list of FREE I
Southern Cypress Mfh
YOUR LOCAL DEALER WILL SUPPLI
HASN'T ENOUGH CYPRESS LET USKI
a glaany It
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servier is a er
can depend upa
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every dollar sper
Buy your tires
the Goodrich Ti:
satisfaction in eve
THE IN. F. OODRIGIH
SIlVNRTOWN CORDS FArntK(
'Posse fearlin; to (nter the premises and
Wed, threatened any .one with
death who should attenipt to zgproach
except the coroner, who he said mighi
-remove the bodies of the men he hat
killed. For fear, however, that Wes1
might mistake the coroner for a swould
be captor, no effort was 'made. Wesl
shot and killed -both Kendall and
Healy without warning .while they werc
rperhaps Ififty yards trom. him. -Hc
fib'd only twice.
ISheiff Kendaill, armed with a
;carch warrant, left Albany yesterday
for the West -ranch, accompanied by
'Rev. 'Mr. Healy, who desired to see a
said on a otill to obtain material for a
story which he 'was intending to write
The minister went merely as a spec.
After the shooting iWest returned t<
the house and sat down In a chair witl
the sifle between -his knees.
As long as it remained daylight h(
barricaded himself in the house anc
defied the 'ossemen to capture him
but when night fell, he .bade his wife
who had remained with him, farewel
telling .her to go -away where harm
would not befall her.
"Tha is -the last good-ibye," he said
is he kissed her and showed heI
through the door of .the house. Short
ly afterward he rea'ched the barn,
where he killed himself.
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Then we wouldn't
his fixing up job."
1ext best thing and
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repair .job the last
>ot. Why replace
vood that will rot
keet in mind that
')Ii!d for keeps."
AT FITS THE JOB.
repairing the lower
thing. Knowledge of
-rs an advantage over
"some lumber." You
'LANS for farm buildings.
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wor'th money to
tan a guide--it is
ays: "Here is a
a the value of the
o.rd of Go~odrish.
ni by a man who
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n-a place that
ne in return for
where you see
re sign. It mneans'
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* PAYING TlE FIl)DLER *
*I * * + * * * * * * * * * *
Ale all reaize that 'when there Is
dancing going on, whether it be the
new-fangled tango or the old-fashion
ed polka or Waltz-some one must
pay the 'fiddler.
We cannot have music without pay
ing for it, nor can we have much of
anything in this world without paying
If we expect any person to do some
thing for us, we expect, naturally, to
do something in exchange for such
favors as we receive. If we acc:,t
Uavors, but evade the responsibility
of making any returns for them it 'will
not 'be long 'hefore we discover that
the unpaid for favors become curtail
Probably we -become provoked, af
ter the favors have stopped, and
acknowledge our own stupidity. It is
generally too late when we wake up
and then it is merely the old story
over again-of locking the door after
the horse 'has 'been stolen.
Uiany of us in this community de
vote more or less of our time to the
raising of produce of barious kinds.
We have vegeta'bles, butter, eggs, milk,
etc., to sell.
We find it a convenience to sell such
-products in the local stores. Some of
our business men buy up the small
quantities, as well as the larger lots
and ship all together to the more con
This facility for disposing of such
articles is a great convenience to us.
If the local storekeepers did not buy
our- .roduce it would be difilcult for us
to find a market. In fact, there would
be no market for small quantities ex
cept at ruinous .prices.
Therefore .we are favored, to a very
considerable extent, by .the fact that
our local storekeeper stands ready to
buy fromt1 us. This places us under ce;.
tain obligations. The local storekeep
ers are entitled to some consideration
from us in re-turn.
'How many of 11s appreciate anl'
acknowledge this fact?
low many of us think of this whlen
we have some cash to spend. liov
many of us consider that the local
storee(eper is entitled to our trad
and that we are morally bound to con.
sider him as the proper repository for
our orders and the cclpient of our
It is regrcitable that many of u1s
mst lendll guilty to an v.ltire fo'
.to whomlll w7' oV.e nthin-.
We .r ent'eed by Cleverly1. wrtieon)
IcrIiption of cods (1 m handise
that we d ceive ouislves into be.iuv
ing Iltem to h, true. W y..g"3
local Mdrr1e' r -adl his ..
forget that. h.N is a beneht to the com
111111ity an( to every IniiduVAI(11 in the
Co1mlII1iinity; we forget that le im af
formdling uts an11 ootunlity t o dli 'pose
of ouri producuv- th~at he hani~ his mlone y
inlvesteid in a stock of mer'uchandrise
that he has seilected because he be
iileved we would needt sluchl ar'ticles'2
andl wou1ld wish to buiy th"emli at home10.
Eive'y d(llar 'We senid as ay from1
uIs closer' to tile I luultationls of2 0our lo
cal opportunities. E~very dollar1 dii
verted~ fromi local tr'ade adds to thle re
str'ictionis of our1 tr'ade facilities at
hlome no thatil we are nlot only permit
tin~g, but we are inviting, our1 local
mer'lchants. to close upl shop1 and1( go ouit
of buinelss; 01r to movei' to comC coml
mnunity wvhere thleir efforts will be
By 01ur lack of 41'pree!altionl we are
urlging 0our local storekeepers to re
stict thir~l effor'ts to carin'~g only
tile linies of mlerchandisdle t'1at aire the
mOSt prIofitable for' 'them and( to Cut
out alli goods that we cae bumy in tile
city. Weo are actually invitinlg dlisas
'Let us awaken to a realizaition of the
conditions which confront uls. Let uls
lla cc some limiltations 01n 0our disr'c
gard( f'or' existinlg coniltionsg anld look
into the future.
'We can see what tile conseriulences
mnust be if 'we 'fail to do our1 shlare to
'ward sulppor1tinlg thle .establishment of
outr business men in town, for' tile
h1and(witinlg is wr'itten plaily On the
Shall we read tile wvriting and~ pro
fit by the message 01'sha'2ll we continlue
to (dance merr1ily and foolishly on un
kil the time shlali come whien we mu1(st
pay? And ho0w shall we pay?
Ther'e will 'he only one way to pay
and that will be with mnuch more1' thlan
11h0 prIofits we shal1l have derilved from
01ur decaling1 wIth the mll order' hious
es. 'We will pay dear'ly ulnless we
awvaken to a full sense of 0our -respon
sIbilities, and at oncoe.
'We wishl to dance but let uts chantge
the tune-of the 'fiddl'.
Esngraved Invitations and Cards
Adyortiser Printing Company
To Cure. a Cold in One Daty
Tae OAT~ D ttM rjJN ( nbes)f
DEATH FROM FALL CAUSED
BY ELECTRIC S.HOCK
Columbi-a, June 22.--Robert Chest
nut, 34 years old, White, was killed
houit 11 o'clock this morning by an
electric shock and a fall from a heat
Ing conduit. Ielo was working in the
Main 'Street 'lethodist church. Chest
nut was holding an electric wire in his
hands and is believed to have come in
contact 'with another wire to complete
the circuti. He fell from the conduit
and this fall may have contributed to
A coroner's jury tonight returned
a verdict that Chestnut camte .to his
death from wounds in the head,
caus- by a fail which was caused
from an electric shock.
To Stop a Cough Quick
take HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a
cough medicine which stops the cough by
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
.Croup is anclosed with every bottle of
HA ES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
should be rubbed on the chest and throat
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
The hcal1Qg effect of Hayes' Healing Honey in
aide tho throat combined with the healig effect of
Grove's 0-Pon-Trato Salve through the pores of
the skin soon stops a cough.
csoth remedies are packed In one carton and the
cost of the combined trontrneait is 35#
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
Take notice that on .the 23rd day of
July, 1922 we will render a final ac
count of our acts and doings as Execu
tors ot' the estate of Chesley Minley
deceased, in the office of the Judge of
Pjrobate of LJIalurein county, at .U
O'clock, it. In., and on the s;amw day
will apply for a final discharge from
our1' trusit a; Executors.
Any person indhted to said estate
its notiiled and req uirld to make i)ay
ment on that dit2; and all persons
having claims against .aid e--te will
present theni on or hefj:', ,;t .a'd (late,
duly proven or be forcver b*i'arred.
OltR~ih FINL Y,
Jine 22, 1922. 19-5 -A
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All other sizes, Cords a
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15.75 3x--- 27.----62
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