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ClrcUtlob in Stortoli’« Tridin* Territory of An N«*.pnper
8TAVTOM, MARION COUNTY, OREGON,FEBRUARY^
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Mrs. Wiggs of the
County Fair not
this year, as before.
The matter had been i
at a previous meeting and
more years of usefulness.
posed of and negotiations re
Another article next week.
A largo audience gathered at This well known play will be
opened. which ended ia the
the High School last Friday presented by the School children A meeting of the officers,
mebting this morning. The
evening to attend the meeting of Friday Feb., 10th at the High directors and stockholdrs of the
dates on which the fair is to be
the Parent-Teacher Association, School Auditorium. It is one of Linn County fair association was
The funeral of Wm. Zoellner. The program was a panriotic one the best comedy dramas ever held in Scio Wednesday for the held have not been decided on.
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son of Aug. Zoellner of near all ths songs and speeches being written.
purpose of considering a reply to
Piyrolli of Greot Benefit Mehama was held Sunday at along the line of patriotism. Mrs. Wiggs is jin optomist al an offer made by the fair asso
to any Community-All Lyons, attended by a large con The splendid program was well ways looking j |t the bright side ciation to sell to the Central
course of people. The service rendered and heartily enjoyed of everything, as a result of this Willamette Valley Expeition Friday afternoon February 23d
was conducted by Rev, A. Pitch by all present
philosophy some of the situations company, with headquarter* at at the High School Auditorium
of Mill City, and the burial was After some splendid selections «he finds herself in are ¿highly Albany, a majority of the stock the Public School will render a
made in Fox Valley cemetery by had been rendered by the H. 8. amusing.
of the former fair association. Patriotic program in honor of the
After skipping these Induatrtal members of Santism Lodge No. orchestra the program proper You will cry from laughing as The association at Scio offered Old Soldiers of this city. Thia
•rticles for the pest two weeks ¿), A. P, 4k A. M. of Stayton was opened by the entire audi there is very little pathos in the a majority of its stock to the will be a joint celebration of
on account of the illness o f the the deceased being a member of ence singing "The Star Spanfled play but you will find plenty of Albany association provided the Lincoln’s a n d Washington’s
birthdays and the public is cor
•ditor we are resuming them this Lyons lodge.
Banner." Stanley 8tar directed humor and judging from the ex purchase price of the stock be dially invited.
week and the subject of this ar Wm. Zoellner was 88 years af the congregational singing and cellent cast selected, will prove paid in cash. The Albahy asso
ticle is Brown's Garage and Ma age and died at Phoenix Arizona he showed that he was an adept one of the best shows ever seen ciation offered to buy the stock Medford—City council agrees
with the privilege of baying for to assist proposed establishment
where he went some time ago in that class of work. Follow here.
it in 90 days. The offer waa of box factory by extending
C.E. Brown is t he owner of this for his health. He was a young ing this number the H. S. chorus
rejected and it was decided that water main to north boundry of
- business and is a practical man man well liked by his acquan- composed of some _______
12 or 14 pupils
in his tine having spent many tarice, and the sorrowing ret«-^ favored the gathering with a Evening a t the patch. The Hazy the fair should be
years in the learning and plying tives have the sympathy of many song. Geo. Keech made a stif- jStubbins Wedding. -
of his tfade. The shop he ha* friends in their loss.
ing address along the lines of ACT II—Exterior o f Mr».
is fully equipped and in magni The Masonic ceremonies at Patriotic Citizenship. A Flag Wigga Home. Stubbins falls
tude and quality cf work turned
grave were very impressive »ong by the 2ndr and 4th grades *rom «race.
out any city in the state would
excellently carried out. j was very impressive and well ACT III—Same as act II—3
days later. Mrs. Wiggs has two
Masonic brethern present rendered.
be proud to claim this business
from Stayton were W. H. Hob J. H. Wilbur favored the meet surprises and needs all her phil
as one of their own.
The machines he has are of the son. W. W. Elder, L. S. Lambert ing „with a recitation of one of osophy.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
latest and most improved pat J. M. Kingo C. M. Holford W. James Whitcomb Rilev's poems
terns. in addition to his machine J. Hewitt, J. W. Mavo. S. H. entitled “Old Glory” followed Mrs. Wiggs..7.......... June Kearns
shop he has a wood-working Heltzel. W. F. Blakely, Grirnt by a short address by the Rev. Lorey Mary.......... Wauda Brown
Buy a Pair of Children’s
plant and the work he turns out Murphy, G. F. Harold, C. C. Lockhart who warmed to his Miss H azy............. Freada Allis
in this department is the equal Cole, T. J. Follis and Leston subject as he progressed, and Miss Lucy ,............ Helen Staab
Shoes and get a pair of
deeply impressed those present. Asia ...... ........... Wava Brown
of any turned out of the same Darby,
Sandals for an extra Penny
kind of a plant anywhere in the The Ringo undertaking parlors Mr». Ringo favored the meeting Australia....... Marion ^j^yander
_ - Sizes from 5 to 2
winning style. E. M. Olmsted Mr. ^tubbins -....r.j... Roy Follis
He has a turning lathe, welding arrangements.
gave a recitation to the enter Mr. Wiggs ........7. Ralph Kelly
and brazing outfit and all the
tainment and enjoyment of all. Mr. Bab.*.....7.......... LeoKlecker
machinery pertaining to this line
few closing remarks by Prof., Billy Wiggs................ Hugh Hurt
of his business so he can turn
and the meeting closed by Chris Hazy .................. Guy Hurt
out any kind of a job except the The Birthday Club was enter
Hunkerdunkus Jones...Will Ryan
heaviest kind of wprk. of course tained Monday afternoon by all tinging "America."
Deputy Sheriff..........D. C. Davis
there isn’t enough of this class of Mrs. Alva Smith at the home of
Spicer...... D. C. Davis
work in our city to justify tbs her mothers Mrs. Elder. All
outlay that would be required the members but one being pre
for this kind of equipment The sent. The home was beautifully
Tommy................... Harry Jones
motive power that drives the decorated in keeping with the
Mrs. Theresa Riester, mother Deacon Bagtiy .....Arthur Kelly
machinery is water.
spirit of the oceasion and in of Frank Riester, a merchant of Joe Eichorn .............................
When it comes to automobile honor of the Birthday of Abra
Sublimity died Thursday Febru- Pete Schultz.....Eugene Spaniol
repairing'Mr. Brown is a t home ham Lincoln. Mrs.
Claude ray 8th in Tacoma Wash. The Micky ..............
there, doing all kinds of repair Swartly of Corvallia viaited the
work on these machines with the dub. The favors given to those body arrived at Aumsvilie Mon Lena .................. Glory Weddle
exception of tire vulcanising, so present was caps and flags. A day afternoon where it was met Tina .......................... Cleta Peery
if your automobile gets sick see delicious lunch was served by by Mr. Weddle of the Ringo
Undertaking parlors who had
this man and no matter what ails the hoat. -__________ _
charge of the funeral. The re
it he can repair it for you. This
mains were removed to Sublimity One of the pleasant events of the
business is a fine thing for the
where they were laid to rest seasons was the surprise party
people of this community as it
Tuesday morning in the Sublim given Mias Bertha Schaefer, at
saves them an immense amount
her home in Linn county, Satur
Sunday February 18 will be
of time and they know the work rally day at the Christirn church ity cemetery. Rev. Fr. Lanick day evening, the lOth. The
will be the equal of any they Sunday School and a large conducted the funeral services. evening was devoted to flinch
would get by sending to either crowd ia expected Sunday School
and other games. The refresh
8alem or Portland. ,
ments consisted of home made
will be followed by preaching by
! Mr. Brown is among the pio the pastor after which dinner
candies furnished by the visitors.
neers of Stayton having come will be aerved. A cordial wel
While the party was a surprise
here with his father in 1884. come is extended to all to come On Wednesday, February 14. to the hostess, she favored the
He is a live progressive energetic and enjoy the service and dinner. and Thursday February 15, at company with a greater surprise
business man and we all wish
by the announcement of her
Reedsport—New hotel planned. the Multnomah hotel, Portland marriage to Carl Johnson, at at
him continued success and many
Oregon officials of the United
States grain standards act, will Hillsboro which event had taken
conduct hearings on the new place Dec. 16, and had been kept
tentative wheat grades for the secret, The groom had been a
at the Schaefer ^RP
Unite* State* just established. guest
After a number of there hearing j several days, but none knew that
wherein any objections to these be was on a visit to his wife un-
the [till the announcement was made
grades will be considered,
the party. The newly weds
Latest Designs Best Sélections
i tentative grades will
make their home at Lafay
Mr. Johnson being employed
The hearing at Portland should
be well attended by all parties on the Yamhill river Locks.
interested in grain production, The guests presents were Chas.
Most Artistic Creations
handling, marketing and milling. Schaefer and family, LeoLeffier,
Lantern slides will show the Mrs. J. Follis, Roy Follis. Ethel
data on which these tentative Wallard. Mr. Mrs. 0. Ms Baker
T he Largest and moat complete Line of W all
grades are based. There will be and daughter Marcele, Tom Flem
Paper ever exhibited in Stayton
no better oportunity for parties ing. wife and son, Joe Schilling,
to familiarize themselves with Mr. and Mrs. Loyde Chrisman,’
the new grades and the provi Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schaefer, and
sions of the United States grain son Cecil, Loyde Harold Ina
standards act and give expres Harold, Marie Hinkel, and Wm.
sion to their views regarding Cooper. ~
Congratulations were offered
the requirements of this territory.
Com e in and secure som e bargains
the bride and gr<x>% and best
& X Stamps given with every 10c purchase
Albany—About 50 wagon loads wishes were extended for their
before the goods are gone. The
of gravel bein'? hauled daily to future happiness. The evening
is still a large stock to select fro
nearby road districts and 8 to 5 was one of pleasure, made more
carloads loaded daily for outly
it was double surprise party.
ing districts in Linn county.
to Sell its Stock
T That are Located in Burial at Fox Valley
Talk about the High Cost of Shoe Leather
Birthday Gub Meets
Laid to Rest
A Double Surprise
We have them in abund
ance of all kinds. Both
Package and bulk. Have
a look at our seed tape.
Something new, a time
Next Sunday Rally Day
New Wheat Grades
Will Be Considered
Sale Is Still Going On
Goods at Cost
A n d B e lo w
Now is the time to get Wall Paper
Furniture, Wall Paper, Dishes
LiLJAf H ARDW ARE COMPANY