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Preaching every .Sunday morning
nt II o'iSbek b y Uev, A. C. Eaton.
Sunday lehool nt 10 n. in., II. N.
Huntley, aupt. It Y I’ I) nt 6:3d p. m.
Mrt. Katun, president.
i'nI'H'-it o r riu I h h i c u u t i C oaorr»
lion , H u v ton ; liev, A. Lalurk
prient in charge, High maiia second
inurtli anti fllllr Huiultiyn H 30 a. in.,
I’ rii'Kl’a address: Sublim ity, Oregon,
H t . B o v ir tc * '» C atholic C iiuhth ,
K u h h n .'y ; Uev. A. Lainck, n« tor.
Low nit«« N a III., I iik I i Ilian" Itl;!IO
a. in., tii>t anil tliird Sunday» In tlie
month I i I r I i iiw m 10:80 a. ill , »re-
(lit), fniirikt and lift It Sunday». Vea
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Service* will be' held every Sunday.
Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m.
S 111> 1 ity idMOl at 10 a. m., Mr». W. H.
Hobaon, auperintendent. Y. I*. S. C. K.
at 6:45 p. m., Ml»a Florence Morton
1'rea. Lad lea Aid society meela each
Wednesday at 2:30 p. m,, Mr*. G. I).
Thomas, Pres., U. K. Russell, pastor.
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T.1C Fashion Authority
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Methodist* Episcopal Church, order o f -ronca t*tniyu| to »nq Suppou »t tpi pa
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service': Ilible School at 10 a. m ., t'|u : jj A ojj
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superintendent« •uoijq.u. i I uu u i>|| o) psaoieaj eqn|
1 jr . i |*> oq uvj Ubiicuiujog
Prearhii g at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ■ I • I
I I ’ i|n* >j ti|) e| «« >uye»d
u ApJliUa >| j£ u«i|« pue 'Rupi.au
Midweek Prayer and Bible Study, ’I
ì ; j dui| j . I unoa trinivi a» e eseq noX
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
Gpworth l- ’W' M U , 11 t»inj «nu U j .|, vv 'oqnv UV|q9
jqi ]'> Puiuu enojnui eqi jo uou
League, Sunday, 6. p. m., Clark -eisn;|
•ipuoj |. >uii||U| uu aq posnoa s| ss jujosa
I I i.'pnrneuoo Xq »I JVIJJ pue
Ladies’ Aid Society,
•i s u j - p ojiij « ) Xe.* ooo X|UO l| ejoqx
Thursday afternoon, Mrs, J. R. Gard •JOA .'.-j ; ui ■ jet pmeaeip sm qoesx
ner, Pro*. Pastor o f the church. E. youuv X a 'U ru 'suoneaudde |eao| Xq
L K ’ S'
Stayton Butcher Shop O P R O
E G O N a n d W A S H IN G T O N
FRESH and SALT M EATS
Pare Lard at All Times
Highest Market Price Paid
W . A. R IC O S
t i/t n
0 • ejfon
A p lrv ctorr or H c h Clly, Town end
VIII urs . alvina drsrrlptlve skstch of
»sell Iilscit, lorsllon, populstlon, tsls-
Rrapk. »h lpplnr and b sn k ln f point;
also C l»»«lflrd Plrvrtory, com piled by
burina», snd profvsslon,
R. I. 1*0t.K A CO, RKATTLI
MENDING A CABLE DENIED HIM A KISS
Working Up e Joke.
A regular iiiiinfciir Jester broke past
the Kuurtlx nini put Into our office yea-
terday. He mine for the purpose of
tiiiiklriff us Idle on some o f tils prepar
We bate to UlacoursKe
The Snapping of a Submarine And Rubinstein Repaid Her With
Reni im, und also we weren't extremely
a Torrent of Melody.
elever, so we tixrk the rari! he forced
Line Entails Hard Work.
llere'a the way lie did It'
"O f course you hnte ndulterntlon. I
tin ve round tliut ninny o f the wines LOCATING THE BREAK IS EASY. MOODS OF THE GREAT MASTER
are watered, Now, what do you think
o f wnterliiR wine'/*'
This Is Accompllshtd by the Use of The Climax to an Evening With the
"It's a gru«« swindle.”
Sensitive Instruments, and Then
Compoeer In Hie Home In flt. Petere-
Comes the Difficult Tack of Grappling
burg. When Hie Efforte et the Piano
And whsl do you ttilnk of
snd Raising ths S e v e r e d E n d s .
pntllnif M u n ii Itilo augur?"
Left Him Aehen Paced and Exhauated
"It's a grocer swindle. |la, tin ! Ha.
The 700 mile coble that connected
In her "Recollections of Rubinstein."
tin. hn. b a-a!" — Cleveland Plain
Hamilton, Bermuda, with Halifax, published In Harper's Magazine, LU-
Nova Hcotla, bad snapped. Somewhere llan Nlcbla throws some new lights oa
under many fathoms o f water lay the the character and temperament o f one
An A rtis t’s R scord R apidity.
two broken ends, perhaps only a few
As nu liiHtunce of tbe amazing rapidi
of tbe farnoua composers of the last
ty and euse with which a Japanese art Inches apart—more likely half a mile century.
Her earliest acquaintance
ist works Mr. M. H. Ilnlsb, In "Japan or so from each other—carried from with Rubinstein waa when, aa a child,
and Its Art.” quotes the marvelous
L’ ntll tbe two ends were she resided with her parents In Dub
achievement o f Fukul Kotel. who was the waves
lin. She afterward traveled with him
selected to exhibit his prowess before connected the thousands and thousands during an English tour that the com
Prince Arthur o f Connaught when the
pooer made and met him again In HL
prince was In Japan on the Garter mis bringing no Income.
As tbe result o f tbe accident Hamil Petersburg at a rehearsal, when tbe
in one summer day, working
great muster Invited her to dinner that
from sunrise to • unset, be painted a ton w m practically Isolated from the
same evening. The author says:
picture for each o f 1,224 guests to be
“ I spent tbe reat o f tbe afternoon
eotertained that evening! Kotel work cnble went to Jamaica. By sending a practising, and a little before fl o'clock
message to Jnmalca and having It re
ed with two brushes.
layed to Newfoundland and thence by found myself at last In Rublnstein’a
to New York It was possible I study amid all bla Intimate assoda-
O ilin g the S w im p i.
1 tlons, touching tbe books and music
The oil that Is distributed through 4o get a-few words through In a fairly
that belonged to him. sitting before
tbe swnnips o f Panama to prevent tbe
the piano be played on, glancing over
crops of mosqult ies which made things
The moment the operator at Ilnllfax the pages of manuscripts that be had
so unplctisant Is sent on Its errand In a
Just finished— In short, at home with
novel fashion. At the bend o f every found that the key on the Bermuda
him. I found then (bat be waa no
little watercourse an oil tank Is placed
longer tbe sphinx man o f tbe cohcert
that gives Its oil drop by drop. When report ill the fact to his superior In tbe
platform, but a genial, gracious host
the sudden showers come, as they do. Halifax office. Orders flew back and
i asking after the friends I had recently
In bucketfuls, the water flows off the
left In Frankfort and making Inquiries
higher In mis Into the swamps, carrying •curried In and out o f tbe office, and
after those In Ireland and England,
s coating o f oil where It Is most need In a few hours the cable repair steam
especially after all young artists, for
ed —Christian Science Monitor.
Tbe operators at Halifax and Hamtl whom be hail a heart flowing over with
ton bad located the break. It was kindness and sympathy. Possibly bis
It Is said thnt John D. Rockefeller about six miles from the Hamilton end own student days In Vienna, when
was once asked by an ambitious o f the cable This they calculated be had 1‘teratly starved, hail something
young woman, a schoolteacher, for an with sensitive Instruments used to re to do with this. At the dinner table
I found out he was thorougnly a bon
Infallible recipe for contentment The cord the "resistance"
oil king promptly and forcefully re
“ After dinner I bad to go through
the Macksy Bennett steamed Into the
the ordeal o f playing for him, and.
“ Never borrow trouble and never harbor and through tbe courtesy of
tbe captain was on board when the when I had finished. h!s manservant
steamer went out and grappled for tbe 1 brought In a card table, and we sat
ends of tbe cable and restored It to down to s game o f vlndt a difficult
The Other Way.
sort o f whist, much like present day
"When I put on thta diamond circlet usefulness
Even when the captnln o f a cable re bridge. Rubinstein and I were part
upon your Anger, my darling. I am In
pair ship knows that tbe break is about ners and lost shamefully—scarcely to
one wny sealing my doom.”
“ Dear me! Ton frighten me! How six miles from one end It's no easy be wondered at, for I had Just learned
affair to pick up the big wire ropes ' whist—but he Insisted on playing again
“ I am ringing the Nell o f my dearest The floor of the ocean la uneven, and and again.
“ Matve. the servant, then brought In
he mnst allow for slock.
hofien "-H nltlm ore American.
In tbe long ttusalan glasses with
The crew was ready when the ship
stopped With n splash tbe big grap their silver l^ldera, lemon, not cream,
S h e Knows.
being served, and one o f the ladles
Fnther Katherine, I wish you'd ask nel went overboard, and yard after
. present, knowing 1 was a newcomer
that young Mr K|moner why he doesn't
. and Ignorant o f tbe fact that It was
go home earlier. Daughter—But, papa, book touched bottom Tbe water was
| an unwritten law as unalterable as
I know why he doesn't already.—Bos 120 fathoms i720 feetl deep at that
(that o f the Modes and Persians that
his guests should not ask him to play,
Luck was with the cable ship. So
. whispered to me to make him go to
Giving alma never lessens the purse. well hud the captain calculated that the piano. Cheerfully and innocently
the very flrst cast of tbe book brought
I went up to him and, running my
np one end of the broken cable. It
ann through his. said coaxingly:
was hauled on board. The electricians
" ‘ Do come and play some thing I’
attached their Instruments and called
“ His face changed in a moment. An
Hamilton. The station answered Im
ominous silence fell on those present
Even the culprit who had led me into
A huge buoy was attached to the the trap looked dlxtnrtied. Aa fpr_Rg-
heavy wire rojie and lowered Into tbe btnsteln himself, he gave me a'scOwl
uftter. Then we set out to And the and fairly flung my hand away.
“ 'No.' he said shortly. ‘I never play.
Cast after cast o f the grappling hook Don't forget this.'
and not even a nibble from tbe missing
"The sudden change In his manner
part of the cable
Farther and far unnerved me, for the tears started to
ther the cable ship worked away from my eyes, and i stood gaping at him.
the buoy. At last, after three hours' As a matter o f fa c t 1 was thoroughly
work, the grapnel resisted the pull. disconcerted and taken aback. As
The fish had been caught. There was soon as Rubinstein saw this his face
a cheer from the crew ns It was pull changed ngaln, and. laughing, he held
ed on board, nbout a quarter o f a mile out his hand to me apologetically.
from the other end.
“ ‘Well, come; give me A kiss and 1
This end was connected with a tele wrlll play for you!*
graph Instrument and the operator at
“ I bad Just reached the age when
Halifax, about 700 miles away, an my kisses were not lightly given. Be
swered. There wns nothing more to do sides, I was cut to the heart's core,
except to Join tbe broken ends.
and 1 turned my bead away In denial.
A new section o f cable was carefully
“ 'What!' cried one o f the women
spliced to the cable that had Just been present
'Could you refuse Anton
The cable was paid out Gregorle witch T
over the stern as we steamed back to
“ ‘Yes.’ cried Rubinstein, “and Just
This wns hauled on board for that 1 am going to play for her
and the broken end spliced to the new anyhow, for she Is the first that ever
piece of cable, an operation consuming didr
less than half an hour. Tbe repaired
“ Rubinstein wns in one of his rarest
cable, as good as new. was dropped moods, and those o f us who were pres
overboard to resume its place on tbe ent will never forget the Ineffable
beauty of the Chopin F major ballade
Rarely does a cable repair ship have ns he started the opening theme, one of
such good luck. Often storms arise the wonder pieces of thnt composer
which drive the ship from her course, whom Rubinstein had designated ‘die
tear the buoys from the ends they hold Socle des Fortoptanft.’ When he had
and compel tbe work to be done over finished the ballade he passed, almost
without a pause, to the preludes, four
in northern wnters these conditions i o f which he played. Then he dashed
are felt at their w orst The ship be Into his favorite mazurka and ended
comes crusted with tee. It Is difficult with the heroic F sharp minor polo
to maneuver and doubly so to deal naise. Across the room I could see
with a cable on bow or stern when the some figures huddled, as It were, In fear
roll o f the sens threatens to fracture ll and terror. The thunders o f that mu-
again, and the launching of boats with • sic rang through tbe room. It was as
men to them to buoy a loose end Is tf the Polish legions were marchlug,
swords outstretched, banners flying,
From theso causes occasionally cable hastening to die like heroes for faith
ships get short of coal and have to and country, singing their love songs
abandon work temporarily nt critical gallantly, although the funeral dirge
periods, or they are enmeshed among wns to follow.
the Ice floes or bergs and have to let
"When Rubinstein had finished his
go all and retreat—Karl K. Kitchen In face was ashen white, his breath was
New York World.
coming In gnsps, and he was laboring
under the excitement caused by that
malady- which, alas, a few years later
A Star Idea.
Small Edgar happened to see the wns to carry him off! None of us
"Mamma,” he queried. guessed It then, for, brawny of build.
Impatient of sympathy, scorning all
I "did God make thnt moon?"
bodily weaknesses, he hid his suffer
"Yes, dear," was the reply.
"VYhat did he do with the old one?” Ings from those about him till too late
queried the youthful Inquisitor. “ Did He had almost reached his sixtieth
he cut It up Into star»/” — Chicago year, for fifty years subjecting himself
mercilessly to the fierce and absorbing
Joys and sorrows of the artist, and the
hour o f reckoning wns not far away
W h y H s W » s G lu m .
After he had puffed at his cigarette for
"W hy so glum?"
"My wife threatened yesterday to go a few minutes he stood np—the signal
tbnt At wns near 11 o'clock and time for
home to her mother."
us to go.”
"Oh. well, probably she won't go."
"She d id n 't"-H on aton I’oat
The gifted man Is he who sees tbe
An unbridled tongue Is tbe worst ot essential point and leaves all the rest
i aside ns surplusage.—Carlyle.
rtlseusoa. - Euripides.
W e now have on
which we are selling at
In lots of 200 or more they go at
BY BUYING Y O U R
Bread, Cakes, Pies,
Bakery and Restaurant
IN STAYTON HOTEL ANNEX
W . A. W E D D L E
Architect & Designer
Business Blocks and Bungalows.
H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
C. H. BREWER,
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON
S t a y t o n . O regon ]
Dr. Frederick Andersen
G. F. KORINEK, V. S„ B. V. Sc.
Treats all domestic animals,
applies the Tuberculin test.
Office at Stayton Stables
Best Low Cost Pavement on
Wilbur N. Pintler, D.M.D.
Office over Deklrioh’s Store
S. H. HELTZEL
Abstracts and Probate Work a Specialty
Office Over Deidrich’s Hardware Store.
R I N G (J
Undertaker a n d
Third and Marion Streets
B ath Tubs, Lavatories and
all L anitary fittings— Farm-
ers-W e carry a line of
pumps, leader water sys
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.