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CITY COUNCIL MEETS
HIGHEST • MARKET PRICE
Sestik ami Thom ns uro enlarging PAID FOR MOHAIR AT THE The city council met In regular aos-
aton Tuesday night of this week. The
their cooling room in the Stanton Meat THOMAS-MAYO STORE
regular business was transacted. In
Market. '1 hey ate also outturn in an
RNLARGES COOLING ROOM
other set of cooling pipoft. which will
make it one of the heat equipped ice
plants anil butcher shops in Marion
Vat l a f l n l
“Rough hauling ? ”
“I don’t mind. This is
a Studebaker Wagon9
—that’s why I bought it. I noticed that
men were using the Studebaker where-
ever the work was hard— hauling steel
girders in th e city, logs in the woods,
stone in the quarry.”
“My work is hard and 1 know it. My wagon
is on my payroll and must earn its salary. That s
why 1 bought a Studebaker. I can t afford to
buy a cheaper one.”
“Get in touch with a Studebaker dealer, he s
a good mem to know.”
D elivery W agon«
T ru ck s
C ontractors* W agoo«
R u n a b o u ts
D um p W a
S u rrey s
H arn ess
See our Dealer or write us,
South Bend, Ind.
SALT LAKE CITY SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAI’D. ORE
YOUNG FOLKS PARTY
GETS OVER BAD FALL
About thirty young people gathered
at the Fehlen home on Water Street
list Thursday evening in honor of Miss
Maggie’s 17th birthday. The crowd
to* k her coDipIetly by surprise and a
eery enjoyable time was spent until
g :ght in playi g cards and other
Carl Schultebein, a young farmer of
Fern Ridge who was thrown from a
horse some time ago and severely in
jured in the head and face is rapidly
recovering under the care of Dr. Brew
Call at the StPyton Optical Parlor and
have that headache and eye trouble re
lieved with properly fitted glasses.
We guarantee our work to be as (final
as can be obtained in Portland or else
where. Prices reasonable for tiret-
We have had many years’ experience
as an eye-aight specialist in Eastern
cities and several years on the coast.
We use the latest improved instru-
j ments for testing the eye. Call and
see us before going elsewhere. Office
next door to l.sneefleld’s Shoe Store.
Hours. 8 to 12. 1 to 6, 7 to 10.
Stnyton Optical Co.
Dr. Eaton, Manager.
W. L. Freres is at Salem this wce’t.
Mrs. Chas. Cladek is visiting rida
tives in Salem.
li'. K. Richardson was in Salem on
business this week.
Arthur Forrette o f West Stayton
was a Stayton visitor Tuesday.
S. R. Hale of Benton Harbor, Michi
gan is here visiting an old friend, Rev.
John Thoma is putting in * new side
walk on the west side of his property
on First street.
Otto Ortman, Martin Berg, J i m
Burton and Nick Streflf made a trip to
the Cherry City yesterday.
The Beeson Bros, played to good
houses at the Stayton Theatre Monday
and Tuesday nights of this week.
M en’ w om en an d ch ildren in all w alk
Miss Esther Willing left fur Astoria o f lifo —w ho a re in a n erv o us r u n d o w n
Monday where she will visit for a few condition, should ta k e KRXALL C elery*
days with her sister Elenor and from and Iron T o n ic -p ro m p t relief ia g u aran -
Walter Casteel of Stayton returned there to Gearhart where she will spend te e d — $ 1.00 a b o ttle a t B eaucham p ’s
to his home Wednesday.
; D rug S to re.
« s^ e ef/e e,ps este
18 to M
cluding the accepting of the Treas Springs
12 to 13
urer's and Recorder's rtqiorta.
ANOTHER SURPRISE PARTY
12 to 13
The Electric Light Co’s schedule was Roosters
.12 to 13
Surprise parties are very much in referred to a committee for investiga O Mixed
h m .,
vogue in |Slayton at present. A crowd
of young people gathered at the Hen An ordinance was then passed re Turk, vs
ry Smith home last night and surpria- quiring saloon proprietors to nfuin Dressed Turkeys . ........ '.2
ed Lester Smith with a jolly good time from entering their place a f business V m I
until near midnight. The occaaion was on Sundays nr after 10:15 p.m.on week i
«to i" j
his 17th birthday. Cants and luncheon days.
Live Hogs, Choice
were the main features.
The real crux of the evening arrivotl
Joe Jackson returned Friday from a when the council voted on n “ black* Corrected Thursdays but subjict
list" vcritied by the city marshal, I'hc to change without notice.
trip to Eastern Oregon.
| list was voted down, but tho marshal
A. C. Hoffer of Folk Co.. Nebraska was instructed to arrest any intoxica-
is here visiting his cousin, R. R. Fox, ! ted person found on the streets of the
YOUR LAST CHANCE
Miss Winnie Casteel and Lew Caa
teel of Coon Hollow were visiting Stny
delay In having those phntus
ton relatives one day last week.
For Sale—One live paaeongcr Ford you Don't
auto in good running order. A bar I expert to leave of, Stayton
A re you th re a te n e d w ith n ervous gain, inquire at Stayton Hotel.
b reak d o w n c a n 't stan d th a strain if so
1st and if you have any work iu my
tak a REX ALL C alery and Iron T onic —
By some ko»k or crook we failed to line it would be well to see me ahn it it
$ 1.00 a b ottle at B eaucham p ’s D oug
Dr. Brewer's report of a bouncing in the next two weeks. Don't pu it
baby boy born to Mr, and Mra. Geo. L. otf to the lust minute.
J. F. I.au Photographer.
On account of the rainy weather last Brown on the Slat uit.
Saturday the Struett-K'ecker Opening The Harmony Club will meet thia
will bo repeated Saturday of this week. following Monday evening ut the Ses-
REX ALL C elery and Iron T a n k beet
Music from 2 to _______
4 p. in.
tak reaidenee. All under the age of fo r th a t nervous, ru n derwn conditio > it
Lee Baily, who has been with his lwc'll> whu ur« ‘"»•"•led in music nre acts directly on th e n erv es, eo ilh e e and
q uiets them , restorin g y ou r h ealth and
mother, who has been quite sick, f o r *>rd.»lly invited to attend,
energy, at B eau ham ;i's D rug Stc re.
several week, was in Slayton Monday
on his way home to Mill City.
Portland the tatter part of last week. Fur Sale—young team of driving
Rev. Andrew ilunsakar of McMinn Mr. and Mrs. Slruett will go to house map s, 3 and 6 years old. Would ex-
ville preached at the Christian church keeping soon.
I change fur larger horse > or mules.
in the absence of Rev. Russell who was
F t particulars address Box 187,
suffering an acute-attack of tonsilitis. W h en you feel (he need of a
n erv e to n k som ething th at will
Frank Mack displayed some fine you up sooth an d quiet th e irritated
C a n n o t B o C e red
trout Tuesday i n Brewer’s window. narvaa rem em b er REX ALL C elery an d by D eafness
reach re Is tha only
ascii «uy portion
if i *1 th af‘i
Frank has a good chance of winning
the dozen free hand tied trout flies.
The pastor of the Methodist church tlon i f the mucous lining of tho lai. ia-
the second sermon on Pilgrim's clilan Tube. When this tut>e U t v! 1
The first lavender club ever formed gives
l or Imp- *d t ' - t I.
Sunday evening subject. y**u
It a Is and
has been organized at West Stayton, “ Pilgrim next
ttn* t* I > *
starting with fifteen members with the Interpreten House." All invited.
flamm i üon
ran to be II» tahr-i
nut 1 * n il :Li
following officers: Mrs. H. S. Mc
hearing eut will
bn n destroy
I I frrrv*r;
r! t, a
Gowan, Pres., Mrs. D. B. bonnes*. The whole state responded nobly cases
li ti nothing
an InflameJ c nidi*
Vice Pres., and Mrs. S. D. Turner, when called upon fur aid to the flood which
n «• rf llyiveOne
franr e-M < f
Sec. and Treas. The object of theso
Iv i in
, in - I hy catarrh 11 hai*-4nn>ii h r n i t /
Briol fi-tírenla™, fr *.
fifteen women is to raise lavender for sufferers of the middle West. Cash, llallaCatarrh i F. uro.
1.CHUNKY, MCO, Tolsd.i, U k
commercial purposes. Having irriga clothing a n d provisions were sent Tas»
ft.il t>r U» 1 a vestí
nils for ooosUfoUoe
tion available during the dry summer promptly and will no doubt do much to
months, they believe that the résulta relieve the suffering of those whose
'llvj Uiopi»« .1
will be highly satisfactory.
homes were swept away by the flouda. •S»11(Y Mil XJ!
"I » ik> i»»»q oj.
.*■ . este este e te e te .*■ .
THE STO CK S IN THE ALBANY STORES REPRESENT OVER ONE HALF MILLION D O LLA RS
Merchants Bid You Welcome
To the Grand Central T r a d i n g P o i n t of the W i l l a m e t t e V a l l l e y
By offering opportunities unsurpassed in saving of money and large assortments of desirable and dependable
merchandise to choose from. In quality and style equal to any city on the Pacific Coast. No city the size of
Albany can offer their out of town patrons SUCH LARGE STOCKS OF MERCHANDISE TO CHOOSE
FROM or such modern, convenient and comfortable stores to make shopping a pleasure.
RAILROAD FARE GOING AND COMING
Providing your purchases in any or all of the following stores amount to 520.00 or over. For in
stance—if you buy 55 .oo in our store, 55 .00 in another and 5 10.00 in another, save your dupli
cate sales slips, present them to the Secretary of the Albany Commercial Club, in the Albany State Bank Building, ground floor, Ellsworth Street and your railroad fare will
be paid you both w a y s to and from Albany. Don’t miss this opportunity to trade in Albany’s Big Stores absolutely FREE OF EXPENSE.
MEN AND WOMEN
BOYS AND GIRLS
Dry Goods, Clothing, Furniture, Shoes and Millinery Stores
KsngaKf'. „ jd f c r r riz a ra j.'.iT g ¡g j
■ ..•y iid M r a a c a to M M iM S W B M M W t o w — — ■ ■ ■ —
—— sm w >
Invite you to Albany at their expense where you may choose from these large stocks of merchandise giving you an opportunity to
buy any article you wish at any price you wish to pay, and enjoy seeing the display of all thats new in Dry Goods, W omen's, Miss
es’ and Children’ s Suits, Coats, Dresses, Millinery and Shoes. Men’ s and Boys Clothing, Furnishings and Shoes. Furniture, Car
pets, Rugs, Art Draperies and Household needs.— Come! Visit us now while all Spring and Summer Stocks are at their Best. The
railroad facilities are such that you can easily see what you are buying. Your railroad fare is paid both ways.
You will enjoy
seeing all that is new in Wearing Apparel and Household goods. A VISIT TO TH E PR O G R ESSIVE F A S T GROW ING M ETR O PO LIS
O F T H E W ILLA M E T T E V A L L E Y W ILL DO YOU GOOD.
W E B ID
W E L C O M E .
The Blain Clothing Co. Chambers & flcCune. G. A. Flood & Qo. Fisher Braden & Co. Fort-
mille Furniture Co.
.L E. and H. J. Hamilton.
The ricDowell Shoe Co.
W. B. Stevens Co.
Tracy Clothing Co.
1*1. Sternberg and Co.
S. E. Young and Son.