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STAYTON. MARION COUNTY, OREGON, A PR IL 12; 1916.
May Mean Two Lines M ethodist Church
. . . . Out Of Salem.
Gub Wires Hawley
State Supt. of Schools Church
next Tuesday evening, April 18,
ill and County Supt. Smith made
at 8 p. m.
Poor Hiram Hicks, the million Friday night last, at a meeting the Standard an agreeable visit
Next Sunday night at th§ M.
aire proprietor of Braino, the of the Commercial club, a tele Thursday. They were here to
Church there will be held a
rftp work of surveying for the “greatest breakfast food on gram was sent Representative look oyer the Stayton schools and
If the rumors-concerning the
service with the pas
electric line ¡ b nearly com earth," comes to Northern Uni Hawley, at Washington, D. C., spoke highly of them, State newly projected railroad, under
bed to a mile above Mill City; versity three' days before the asking that he use his influence Supt. Churchill especially com survey of Mr. Lynot. have any
surveyors are now putting championship basket ball game in obtaining 40 per cent of the mending the school libfltfy. Mr. foundation of fact, which the in
¡the finishing touches, “ tying with Wishagain^.to find him a lands in the 0.*&C.‘Iand grant Smith, who has made a good dications appear to substantiate, Forest Grove attending the con
the section corners and got- young college student who is to be used for the benefit of Ore , county School Supt., and who is it would seem that the Salem- vention of the Woman's Foreign
Ig the line in perfect' shape to “ bright, witty, has the gift of gon schools. The request repre (seeking the office again, doubt Stayton Mill City-Bend rail*read Missionary Society.
In the morning the pastor will
I put ipto blue prints. (And, gab” and who is a good ad writ sented the club, the city authori less talked-politics with some of connection is a double headed
on “Growing in Spiritual
his numerous friends in town.
-the-wnv, this is the only com er to take charge of a big adver- ties and the school board.
affair and that, instead of one|
Health,” a preparation sermon
ite railroad survey ever made tismg campaign, as Frisk, his A united effort is being made
Friday evening last at the 4ine; there will probably be two, I for the approaching series of
) Stayton.) Some, time will |rival breakfast food, 4s rapidly throughout the state to have a home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob if somebody does not fall down.
special services under John Lew-
needed to complete the prints, injuring hiH business.
part of the revenue from the Spaniol a pleasant party was This deduction is made after a i tas. Junior and Senior Leagues
fom Horton seems to’ be just sale of these lands revert to the held as a compliment to Guy talk with J. F. Mounce, the! v iL
[t Mr. Lynot tells us that he
jpes to begin work on. the grade the man, but how to persuade state school fund.
State Supt . 1 Kearns and G. C. Eksman, soon
I the 15th of next month.
him to Teave.college is a puzzler Churchill is greatly interested in to leave for Alaska. Progressive Stayton line, who declare* that i J ” th! Sonday Khnol contort
The survey is almost a direct for Hicks. At lastrwitb the aid the plan and wrote the Club, 500 furnished the amoeement he ia atlll in the field with a com- both “ d“ have the rame 0core’
on per cent , of » the men and boys gaming on thé
from Salem to Mill City, and
and . 80
and a delicious luncheon added plete survey
" f f i* *
tinnitine them for ( M r work.
women and girls at the last ses-
siches Slayton fr<mi Salem in a In Martyr* .waitreigat
the right-of way secured and in
to the pleasure of the evening.
sion when the attendance was
tie over 16 miles and Mill City'fend th e gambling ten epcies of
tends to put bis project through
greater than at any session of
[about 38# ,It is an easy grade Jordan, Tonis 'room mate, he
this summer. *
the present year,
|th few cuts or fills and Mr. seems to have his man. But
Mr. Mounce has bççn promot
t thinks the gradtTcan ¿ ^ , w e m com« Sniff TfcirböwTr—^
lh« Standard Bas - s e i n e j ^ t h a t^ m v e d th|«r morning. ing a proposed Salem-Stayton
Dr. Brewer was in attendance.
npleted as fur as Mill City in comes out. \>>uure promised a
railroad connection for two or
County Judge Bushey and W. three years and states that all in the community are invited to
but 90 days from. tin* time laugh every .second and a few brings quick ‘reBults , provided
J. Culver were in (own Thurs- that is deterring him from be participate ih the work of the
He arid the extra ones for good measure.
They had been at North ginning active construction work church. E. B. Lockhart. Pastor.
lef engineer will leave in a day
Santiam looking over the groutid is the delay on the part of the
two for Port kind to get the
J. A. Wourms, of the Ridge,
quickest sale lately resulted’from for installing a ferry, which will
pe prints in readiness to let
state land board, or the legis was trading in Stayton Saturday.
one published last we^k. F. X.
itracts for grading. Survey-1 The Stfyton Commercial Club Huttinger. of the Mt/Tleasant be put in soon. Considerable lature, in granting him a right Mr. Wourms has some fine hors
east from Mill City will not; want« and needs new members, neighbornood, Linn county, had work will need to be done on the of way across the state lands, es and while in town weighed
approach leading to the ferry which his survey traverses. He one, which turned the scales at
rin until the mountains are [.There are likely td arise al any
ire free from snow. ** if.
time matters of vital interest
for w |e. Thursday the landing. This' is an improve-. declares he has a 30-year fran 176Q pounds, and the animal was
ment that the people of that~sec-; chise in the city of Stayton and not fat, either. '
baytonis located at the right
o„n Q> Hie town that cnn*wiiy be a(|VA was read by Arnold Uuef, a
tion have long desired.
itance from l>oth Portland an<l
that his right of wav privileges ; Last Saturday morning the
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handled by a representative body I few miiSs east of town on the
Ind to make this
- Mrs. W. H. Rabens and Miss extend indefinitely. Such of the house in which MiSs Eliza Roy
° f our cituen8< a,ui H ls the ^a rtIMehama road, Mr
and the next day
lion for car shops
ps, wrntri i nd
hu of w-,H(jort, t0 oe prepared for an he called on Mr.
Hottinger and D°ra* J- P- Wourms and w ife, right of waV along'his proposed had rooms in Portland caught
lion to our town would S I H 111 emergency.' The club Has a few
not secured, he de fire. By hustling. Miss Roy had .
purchased the team. 4 Mr. Hot- an'* *L P- Crabtree and.-wife vis-. line as hç
re UK a population up iw the!good working memliers, but the
get without delay time to get out- all her belong
tipger tells 11 s that he was called
^he -Wm. Cornish borne
or trouble and is only waiting ings, but several young women
membersliip should l>e and can on also by other parties regai-d- . Saturday.
Whoever is l ucking tht?^pro-J be made larger,
action on the part of the state j who had rooms there lost their
ing the horses after they were, Mrs. Ldgan-Neet, Master Clif- for the right to cross
state lands. personal effects.
t financial y makes little dif-
^ t a n,tv ,vj meeting of the
ford and little Misk Juanita ar-
»nee to-Stayton. Our I>^(Pie i c|0b a comouttee was appointed
ll welcome the road and piv< to solicit netf- members,' urrd this The Standard subscription list j rived Sunday evening from Fall «■ho is projecting the new survey., ^ J j y
b ut "sawing
loyal support. While there is committee will soon visjit our cit continues to grow, um| it is be-‘Creek, Ore,, for ar/extended vis- 1«
nrge amount of freight traffic izens. Every man having-an in yond a doubt the best advertis it with Mrs. Neet’s parents, Mr. wood” , and the citizens of Stay-
and Mrs- A. T. Brewer. /*
Lv, we believe a '’year’s time terest in the community should ing medium in this section.
y ton and other communities along
Ih a ruilroad would see it more become a member and help'his
the line of the survey appear to
When Electric Bath treat
in doubled on general freight. best in any project (hat may be
have the utmost faith and con
ments have given relief to
fidence in the business like man-
d to this the log and lumber 5 r„ught forth for the better-
ic and Stayton will furnish ment of Our community.
in which he goes about his work.
supply of freight to the
H IG H SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
218 Hubbard Bid., Salem.
Tuesday evening, April 18th at 8 o’clock
he is not willing to pay -for. If
NORA H.1MUS, Masseuse.
—- Cast of Characters
about your grey hair. Use
both of these projects are “on
Beauchamp’s Universal Hair
the square,” and it is hoped they
Hiram Hicks, The Braino Man.................C. P, Burmester
)o you enjoy a laugh? Do you Tonic which turns the hair back
are, or at least one of them, it
Tom Horton, who writes advertisements......... Roy Follis
|g for an evening of reai fun? to its natural color. 75c large
begins to look as though it will
[so, remember tn be among bottle at -
Fritz Jordan, Horton.s chum, forward on basket ball team
develop into a race to see which
................. I........... . Guy. Hurt -
se present at the High School
Beauchamp’s Drug Store. ,
is the first on the ground to se
cure the necessary privileges of
Adam Biddicut, Prof, in Northern University...Wm. Ryan
right-of-way, etc.—Oregon Mes
Percy Robbins, a grind and recent arrival from “deah
Boston” .................... ................... • Stanley Forrest
But if you are troubled
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Parry and
Charlie Padlet, reporter for the “Daily Shriek” ..........
with your eyes and want
Dixon returned to their home in
<..................................... Leo Klecker
relief, let us make a sci
Junction City Sunday. Mr. and
Peter, the popular proprietor of “The Pal” ....Paul Shreve 4
entific examination of
Mrs. J. M. Ringo took them to
your eyes and correctly
Turner in their Studebaker, Miss
June Grant, a senior interested in H orton.....Gladys Hill
them with glasses.
Marian Alexander and Mrs. G.
Polly Porter, a senior interested in Jordan....June Kearns
F. Korinek accompanying them. * You will get comfort
Flora-Belle De la Martyr, Waitress at “ The Pal” ..........
................................... j ..Wanda Brown
Should do their part in exter
minating the squirrels. We have
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Lily, maid at “The Quarters” ..:..........Marion Alexander
Woodlark, C. & W. and Red
With Barr Jewelry Store
wrwWir W W W
Dragffn poison at 35c and 25c per
Bill Poster....................................................... ....? ? ? ?
can. Beauchamp’s Drug Store. State and Liberty Sts.
The Palace of Sweets, familarly known as ’T he Pal,”
¿ W TRA D IN G STAM PS G IV EN
the meeting place of town and college on the morning
. three days before the championship basketball game.
The campus of Northern University on the morning
of the game.
In our new quarters in the Roy Block, where
we shall be glad to see both gld and new
ACT n i.
“The Quarters, ” home of Jordan and Horton, on tbe
So the poet says.
W e know from
evening after the game.
fork on Survey
A Quick Sale
Join the Gub
lagrippe or rheumatism
HICKS AT COLLEGE
Hicks at College
If you want to
fight, join the
Ladies and Gent’s
-W H IT E SH O ES-
Several new styles just in.
BRING MAY FLOWERS
N ow Located
NEW GOODS ARE ARRIVING
And in a short time we shall have one of the
stocks ever shown in Stayton.
W e shall add largely to our Furniture stock
and ask you when in need ot anything in this
line to call and see w hat we can offer.
, LILLY HARDWARE CO.
Dr. HERMAN W. BARR
“The Guaranteed Remedies.”
Guaranteed to do jusf what we
say they will no- or your money
back. Sold only at the Rexall
Russell Lake, of Mill City,
came down Friday for a visit
with his cousins, Johnnie and
A, C. Vernon and mother of
Linn county were trading in the
Mrs. Frank Smith, of the Hills
was shopping in town today.
Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Hottinger
and daughter, accompanied by
Mrs. Joe D itterand daughter,
motored to M t Angel Sunday to
visit Mr. Hottinger’s brother
Louis, who has gone to Colorado
to reside. -
experience' that they also bring very
bad colds and. kindred ailments.
It is well to have a preventive and the
best thing w e know for it is a
Good Rain Coat
THE FIX UP.
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Cleaning an£ Pressing.
Odd Fellows Bldg.