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O . A . C .
STAYTON MEAT MARKET iafterhi8lonif BI,t,|lof s,ckneB8-
day with his parents, E. C. Chris-
rnan and family.
Miss Della Harold visited home
folks Saturday and Sunday.
A Christmas I rep and enter
tainment at the Kingston church
was well attended and enjoyed
by a large and appreciative aud
Johnnie Brunner of Silverton
visited friends here Saturday.
John Shatterly was seen in
Lyons last week.
FARMERS’ AND HOME-MAKERS’ WEEK
SE S T A K &
Mr. Wolfe was shopping with
and RURAL LIFE CONFERENCES
T H O M A S,
Lyons merchants Wednesday.
January j lu A, i q i 6
l .i« r I m a i t o a ,
n ,i |> i „ . th« n * w *
Johnnie Zolkoskie and Jake
• h* r»riB, lilt- t «amunlly.
ConvtMlInn* nf O l t f n i r a I I i h I h I In itualrU*
were trading in Lyons
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L K C T l ' M K H IIK MON H'I R A T I O N * ~
M X I t l H i r i l M » KN T K K T A I N M K N T *
Geo. Berry was shopping in
T « u Hi. mi . . n.l pa npl r a l l r i n t r d laal y r a i . II la a
g ra al | ila rr to m a k e frlanda with llva
one day last week.
l l i l n k r t a am i liva thoug ht», giaal
w u i k n a . a n d good work
Highest Market Price Paid For Fat Slock
The party at Metzner’i was
W INTIll* SH O R T COURSI;
attended and an enjoyable
January to to February 4 , iyi6
was reported by all present.
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AppDeri Helene* III A1 Inal W oi k ul
III* Hartu a n d llou»#liol«l
Christmas comes and Christ
Coutaea In F K U I T R A l a l N O , H A KM C H O fn ,
goes so does the money from
AOII.H HTOCK KA I H I N Q , H A I R Y W O R K ,
ro(f|.TM V R A l * ! a » A M D K N I N t i , C O O K
IN' m < ' i x . i i m s K M o i . i . a r r a , h o m k
Joe Burton of Laeomb spent
m h « m n (*. n r n i N K a a
m k i iio u r . r o a d
Sundaya included hm follow*:
H C I I . D I N O . H A R M K N O l N K K R I N t a . MUMAL
past week with G. H. Kay.
- 7:46 A. M. I
O R O A N t/. A I IONH M A M K I M INO
BnMIimty - 8:00 “
CorrraiHintlrtic* Coura ea Without T uit io n
Dave Aegerter spent the first
•‘ ■ pe l 1 Inatrti« luni lit Mualc
Aumaville-meet tridntiZ H:UO “
Mr«lnie«l l a i D o a d ralaa
Elmer Bradley is spending his of the week in Portland.
T u rn er
Hoi |> io aiam w ill* lu ThaColUc* £*ch«ng*. Oragoa
Christmas vacation among his
Agru jiiural Collag#. CorvaJlli.
d * II ( lu r l )
A rrive Halem-mect O re.K lee.9:10 “
G. H. Kay spent the week end
Ore. Klee. Salem 4:3i> P. M. friends of Lyons.
- T urner
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Ella Phillips went to Aumsville
Hazel Lambert is spending her
“ A umaville-meet trainOl 6:20 “
she expects to spend her Christmas vacation with home
Lulay Bros. & Co. i
vacation with her father.
Contractors 4 Builders
Mr. and Mrs. Beere have re
Lou Garber of Pratum is visit
ing at the P. H. Lambert home.
Dwelling houses a specialty !
Mrs. Wm. Edles had an attack
Lyo n s and Fo x
| ; L ot us fig u re on your build- 1
Miss Anna Miles accompanied
la grippe this week.
David Aegerter J r., left on
V a lle y
;; We can sav e you m oney
Christmas morn for Salem.
| ; A good jo b g a u ra n to e d
Lula Downing called at the P.
! I P hone 7 7
P . 0 . Box 1U8 j
H. Lambert home Sunday.
Mr. Murry and daughter Myra
left for Lebanon where they ex
Mrs. lioxie Shank and family,
] i pect to spend Xmas.
Kalph Neal spent Christmas Mr. and Mrs. JoeSenz and daugh
The M. E. church has been visiting his sisters, Mrs. Raleigh ter, Mrs. I). C. Ray and sons
somewhat improved with a new Harold and Mrs. Johnnie Sandner. were Sunday visitors at H. R.
Mr. and Mrs. Liston Darby- Shank’s.
M. F. Ryan has been on the
Claud Surry has returned home visited with her parents at Scio
list the past week. He sus
80 YEARS E X PE R IE N C E
a very bad kick on the leg
Clyde Harold, who is working
Sill Brown and son Stanley
1 1 All work on watches and
made a short trip to eastern Ore in Albany, was a week end visi
clocks guaranteed for
Mrs. Ona Shelton and boys
gon. Mr. Brown is contemplat tor with home folks.
Christmas eve at the W.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darby-
; ; Try My W ork, It Speak. For Itaolf
Mrs. Applet and son Jesse were visited at the Liston Darby home
Located in the Shoe Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith called
] | We»t of the S tayton S tate Hank
business visitors Tuesday.
the Shroder home Sunday.
Miss Eva Walker of Pendleton
Al King and wife went to Port
Laurence Downing of Laeomb
land Monday. Mrs. King expects and Miss Ethel Walker of Salem
at the Lee Downing home
to undergo an operation. We all
N O TIC E!
hope for her recovery.
Delivery of goud* »U rU a t 9 JO a.m .
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Harold
Frank Moiser spent Xmas at
Fred Merrills has been reroof
iMiuth of the Salom ditch, and a t 10a.m .
north. Have order* in early.
Feed ing his kitchen.
order* put i n Monday are delivered
The g 1ttM Gladys and Ella
Albert Croisant made a visit to the Johnnie Sandner home.
Tueaday and put in Thursday are d e
were Sunday visitors at
Kingston over Sunday.
Mr. Bentze has returned home
Hen Gehien, Deliverym an '"j
Fresh, Sail & Cured Meats
Lard Creanury Buller. Lyon8
Tailoring of Every Description. Alter
ations made on Ladies’ and Men’s
Cleaning and Pressing
STAYTO N , ORE.
|i L. A. MESSING
The Christmas program given
by the Mt. Pleasant school was a
success in every way. Much
credit is due Miss Miles for her
training the children.
_ _ _ _ _
Miss Ida Denny and pupils n
dered a program at the seh<
house Thursday afternoon. Each
pupil received a package from
their Christmas tree, also every
one was served with candy.
Miss Emma Peters returned
home from eastern Oregon last
Thursday to spend the holidays
with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tate and
family spent Xmas day at the W.
H. Tate home.
H. A- Thomas and wife visited
in Stayton at the Floyd Crabtree
home Xmas day.
Verny Scott has been quite sick
the past week but is recovering.
Bertha and Roy Mollet and
mother, and Mr. and Mrs. John
evening at the W. H. Tate home.
Al Graham of Salem visited
with his sister. Mrs. Williams,
the past week.
Mrs. Geo. Thomas was visiting
relatives in Stayton a few days
A number of young people
spent Sunday evening at the
Walter Heater home. The time
was pleasantly spent with cards
Mr. and Mrs. A rthur Branch
of West Stayton spent the week
end at the Chas. Peters home.
Mrs. Kapplinger and son of
Mill City visited with her sister,
Mrs. Councilman, and family last
Lizzie Dively, who has been
working in Seattle the past year,
is visiting home folks during the
Roxey Gunsaules, who is at
tending school at Corvallis, is vis
iting her parents this week.
A large crowd attended the
party at June Condit’s Monday
evening, and all report a good
Miss Vinita Lewis is entertain
ing her cousin, Miss Cutler, of
Albany this week.
Mrs. Arthur Forrette and s<n
Vincent visited with relatives at
George Carter of Monmouth
was seen about the city the lat
ter part of the week.
F u R SA L E —A fine, pure-bred. Hol
stein bull calf. H alf w hite, h a lfb la j .
Chas. H o ttin g er.
FU R S W ANTED — H ighest pric- i
paid. Send for price list. Geo. D.
Alderin & Co., Salem , O re.
To The Property Owners of Stayton, Oregoi
AVE you ever stopped to consider the advantages of having the principal streets in your City hard surfaced
instead of the present dirt, or even macadam, constructed thereon?
No doubt, you will say it is far better, but the expense is too great; that is, the first cost. We wish to
prove to you that this is not so. It is true that the first cost for hard surface pavement is much greater than
that of macadam, but when you take into consideration the upkeep of macadam pavement, say fora period of
ten years compared with a hard surface pavement, you will find that at the end of said period of ten years, the
hard surface pavement is much the cheapest; not only that, but with the macadam, no matter how well con
structed, you still have the mud in winter and the dust in summer. Another feature of the hard surfacing of
the streets in your City, would be that the property owners owning property abutting on said improvement
would have practically eleven years to pay for same as the first one-tenth payment of the total cost of the
assessment would not be due until one year from the date that the assessment
was declared by your City Council and for each succeeding year one-tenth of
the assessment at six per cent on the deferred payments would be due.
On the main street of your City which is now macadamized could be con
structed a two inch wearing surface utilizing the present macadam as a base.
On the dirt streets, we would advocate a pavement consisting of a three and
one-half inch Bituminous Concrete base with a one and one-half inch Asphaltic
Concrete wearing surface. We would further guarantee this pavement for a
period of five years from any defects.
At the left is a cut of a Highway built in Southern Oregon, from Talent
to Ashland, under the specifications above referred to, namely, three and one-
half inch Bituminous Concrete base with a one and one-half inch Asphaltic
Concrete wearing surface. T his road is subject to very heavy trattic and is
the main artery for ali tourist travel between California and Oregon. Also the
large- per cent of the freighting is hauled over this road between the towns of
Medford and Ashland in five and seven ton auto trucks.
Clark & Henerv
Asphaltic Concrete Road Constructed Between Talent and Ashland, Oregon, by Clark & Henery Construction
1019 YeOIl Building