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M. Fresh who has lieen
Miss Georgia McLaughlin was sick F. for
several days is improv
an Albany visitor recently.
Ercill Reese in employed as E. C. Downing and family
bridge carpenter with the S. P. called
at the C. K. Read home
near Aumsville Friday evening.
Mrs. Scofield is on the sick C. E. Morley and family of
McAlpine spent Sunday at the
A surprise party was given at E. C. Downing home.
the Kay lor home. A fine time A. Frank and family were
was had in playing games of var Capital city visitors Thursday.
Abmolutoly P u re
Mr. and Mrs. John Mack visit
ed at home of their daughter Monday afternoon.
Economizes Butter, H our,
Mr. and Mrs. WalterCasidy near A. L. Downing after spen ding
E ggs; m akes the food more
the winter in Salem returned to
appetizing and wholesom e
Harry Chance while casting his brother’s Monday.
his line over the riffles in the
The only Baking Powder made
Santiam, landed 23 of those nice
DANCE A SUCCESS
from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar
Edwin Real has one of those The Hand Benefit Dance was a suc-
Strawberry fields you read about. ceaa
last Friday night although it was
Ry the appearance of the blos net patronized by a s many Stayton
soms their will be an abundant people as should have been interested
FOR SALE;—A few tiers of good NOTICE TO TELEPHONE OPERATORS
in the success ot the band. The out-of wood.
E. B. Hunt, Stayton.
Stayton State Bank
. r j I N j r j I N I T J T ^ I T J U M T s K S M M r 'J .
A share of the banking business
of Stayton and vicinity
You are assured of a safe deposi
tory and courteous treatment at
this bank, by ample capital and
long experience in the banking
(Too late for last week)
town people were very much in evi
M. Hlaker has been quite sick
with heart trouble.
Miss Corda Brower was on the
sick list a few days.
Miss Georgia Spicer was a Sa-
em visitor Sunday.
Raleigh Hammer manager of
the irrigating project, was a vis
itor in this town Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Everton
and family who have been spend
ing the past winter and spring in
Grants Pass, Oregon, returned Now that the billiard halls have been
closed on Sunday, the men are talking
to their home.
a “horseshoe club. ” Seems
A party was given at the Har like forming
ry Chance home the other even Most of us are too must
ing. About thirty-five were pre den and don’t care to attend hoe church,
sent. Luncheon was served at a there you are. Let Er buck!
late hour and all report a good
Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton Oregon
George Ray purchased a flock
of sheep from V. Downing last
Linn Lambert and Lola Ray
called on Mr. and Mrs Frank
Haberman of Munkers Sunday.
Harry Shank has purchased a
fine new buggy.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Senz
o t ic e
made a business trip -to Stayton
WE W ANT A L L K I N D S O F P R O D U C E
Linn and Frank Lambert and
Ray attended the W. O.
CHICKENS, DUCKS. GEESE, EGGS
in Salem last
PORK, VEAL, LAMBS, AND HIDES week.
Wo pay the highest market prices in Stayton. If you cannot bring your
The party given at the H.
produce in, notify us by phone, and we will aend the wagon for it,
Shank home Friday night was
well attended and an enjoyable
STAYTON CASH PRODUCE COMPANY
had by all.
0. B. Trask Manager.
Round Trip Fares
Ben Pompellaand family spent
Sunday at the Charley Loose
Rev. Everton preached to a
audience at the Hall Sun
VIA T H E
, Jessie Mclnnis entertained a
party of friends at her home
\ P »1
C. F. Loose and wife were Sal
R O U T15
em visitors Saturday.
Arthur Forrette a n d Nick
Schmitz made a business trip to
Aumsville the first of the week.
H. R. Condit and wife visited
with their daughter Mrs. I. R.
from all main and branch line points; from points on the C. Hammer Sunday.
School closed Friday May 23d,
& E„ S„ F. C. & VV. and I. & M.
after a successful term, taught
by the Misses Pence and Spicer.
A large crowd gathered at the
Eugene and all points north including branch line points, school
that day and a good old
June 8 to 13 inclusive; stations south of Eugene, June 8-9-11- time picnic
13. Final return limit June 16.
Messrs Nipple and Turner with
For illustrated booklet on the Rose Festival and leaflet their families attended church
services at Stayton Sunday morn
giving full program, call on any S. P. Agent, or address:
.1. H. Porter spent Sunday at
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
Van Nuys home.
Portland Rose Festival
u n s et
ONE AND ONE-THIRD FARE
The undersigned will receive sealed
FOR SALE;—a few Jersey Red and bids
up to June 7th for maintainirg
Poland China pigs for sale at $10 per
the Stayton switchboard.
TENT MEETING A SUCCESS
Bids to be for a period of time not less
one year. Switchboard Associa
FOR SALE—Two draft colts—One than
The tent meeting being held near the yearling
tion reserves the right to reject any
and all bids. L. S. Lambert President
Masonic Hall ia attracting quite large bred stock.
M. J. Crabtree,
crowds. Rev. James Crooks, who is in 5-29
charge is a forcefui sneaker. The
singing is ell that could be desired and
is conducted from a special book
brought by the evangelist.
The Stayton Optical Company is the
place to get your glasses. Next dcor
Bath Tubs, Lavatories and north of Lancefields Shoe Store.
HORSESHOE CLUB FORMED
all Sanitary fittings—Farm-
ers-We carry a line of
pumps, leader water sys
tems, etc- Gasoline engines.
WOOD FOR SALE
Rev. Rossell will be at home and Old Fir, per cord________
will conduct services in the Christian Maple “ “
church Sunday morning.
Second Growth Fir cord__________3.00
Vine Maple per tier_____________ 1.50
Twenty Stayton couples attended the Maple or Fir “ “ _____________ 1.50
dance at Sublimity last night which Wood delivered in any size wanted
was held in the C. O. F. Hall.
and any amount. C. S. L owe . tf
Borrowers—Will the persons who
borrowed our wheelbarrow, our ice-;
tongs and our scythe return the same ;
at once as we wish to use them part of ;
Sestak & Thomas.
Beautiful Memorial Day Custom.
The most lieautiful thought that has
been born of the Memorial day cele
bration is that of sending a flower
laden boat to sea. in tow of a steam
er. that It may be cast off and con
secrated to the sallormen who bare
given their lives for tbolr country.
The «reeks had a eeremouy almost
similar, but It was broken up by one
of the heroes when he rescued Androm
eda. it involved liie sacrifice of a
beautiful woman every year, and the
fighting men of the time wouldn't
“stand for that."
Drove Sharpshooters Out of a Barn.
Numerous crack shots of the Confed
erate army had lodged In a*barn be
tween the lines of the two armies on
the forenoon of the third dny at Get
tysburg. Their marksmanship was
very annoying to the Federala, and
the Fourteenth Connecticut Infantry
was dispatched on the successful mis
sion of driving them out. Not only did
they accomplish that gallantly, but In
the nfternoon of the same day they aid
ed In repulsing the charge of Pickett’s
men and cap tu rivi five stands of col
A rling to n C em etery.
T hat silent sj>ot, alas, m ay weep
Beyond Potom ac's wave.
For there a nation's heroes sleep,
The loyal and the b rav e—
There, undisturbed. In calm repose.
Their pains and passions done.
Their battles fought, their trium phs closed.
Their final victory won.
LUMBER FOR SALE
The Lee Kerber Sawmill Co., has
all kinds of rough lumber for sale.
Prices right. See them before buying.
A brood mare and colt see, A. Fir-
A Chicken Bargain:—Will sell my
bunch of 90 S. C. Brown Leghorn hens
at a bargain. Are laying fine now.
Would consider trade on a good cow. —
A. C. Vernon, Scio, Oregon. Route 2.
6 - 12 .
Buggies, Mowers, Rakes, Bind
ers,Plows,Harrows, John Deere
Low Down Manure Spreaders, Etc.
JOHN DEERE STANDS FOR QUALITY
G H G G G H H G H B H M n G G H H G H G M M M K G B G B G G a B g B G H n B a H B H n n K lC
A COMPLETE LINE OF General
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Screen
Doors a n d Window Screens.
on Covers, Camp Stoves.
Everything for the camper
AUTO SUPPLIES.—Gasoline and
Auto Accessories on hand at
No clouds of smoke to dim the eye.
No ro ar of shot or shell.
No onw ard m arch, no battlecry.
On plains w here thousands fell.
No w arlike blast or roll of drum .
No lonely w atch to tread.
Ah. generations yet to come
Shall pralso the fallen dead!
Year after year, how grand the scene.
By loyal hands th a t's true
The graves are strew n w ith garlands
Of those who wore the blue.
The thunderstorm s of heaven m ay rave.
But under G od's eontrol.
Serene and ealm still rest the brave
W hile endless ages roll.
8!e‘ p on, then, fallen com rades, sleep!
Your dream s of w ar are fled
Tho land you saved will snered keep
The city of her dead.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Twenty-five Instructors-Fifty Courses Distinguished, Eastern Educa
tors added to Regular Faculty.
University Dormitories Open. Board and Room at $3.50 per week.
Reduced Railroad Rates.
For Complete Illustrated Catalog, Address,
The Registrar, University of Oregon, Eugeno