Intermountain tribune and Linn County agriculturalist. (Sweet Home, Linn County, Or.) 1913-1914, September 25, 1913, Image 6

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    S. V. Blodgett, of Lebanon, came
We make a Specialty of Friendship,
Engagement and Wedding Rings. F. up Wednesday in the McHaffiie auto.
M. French & Son, Albany.
Heavy frosts have been the" rule
Roe Smead and family, drove
over to the Scio fair, Wednesday
Oliver McClure and family went
toiSpringfield, Saturday, for a short
For Sale—21 shoats, will weigh
from 75 to 100 pounds. See ,me at
once. John T. Russell.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brady, of
the Big Bottom country, came
down, last Saturday.
Drs. Lowe & Turner, opti-
"»gsy cians and optometrists, will
be at Hotel Lebanon October 2.
Consult them about your eyes and
W. H. Putman and family, Henry
Slavens and family, Councilman
Smead and family and Frank Ma­
lone, are attending the Linn county
Copies of the Intermountain Tri­
bune in wrappers. 5 cents each.
Send a copy to your friends else­
where. It might result in a new
citizen for this locality.
Doctor Luther reports the arrival
of a fine large pair of twin boys at
the home of Mr. and Mrs John
Brown on Sunday, September 21.
The mother and boys are doing
S. V. Blodgett, of Lebanon, ac­
companied the -A. A. White party to
Foster Saturday.
Dr. Geo. Collins, of Albany,
came up last Saturday, for an over
Sunday visit, with his friend, Chas.
Sam W. Dugger, of San Francisco,
blew in on the Tribune family, last
Fred Quippe, an experienced Monday. Sam is a member of the
miner, came up Saturday and went Naval Training Station band, of
on the following morning to the Goat Island. His visit to the old
Santiam mining country.
folks, was duly appreciated.
The Foster public school opened
Mr. A. A. White, who has invest­
the Fall term, last Monday, with ed somewhat heavily in land at
F. L. Gilbert, of Sweet Home, I as j Foster and above there, came up
via auto from Portland last week,
Bert Templeton, one of Browns­ for a short visit to Foster. Mr.
ville’s substantial citizens, was look­ White expects to remain on the
ing after business matters in Sweet coast for six weeks and will make
Home, last Monday.
another visit to this section, before
In all small towns where every his return to the east. F. B. Knapp
one knows all about everybody’s accompanied him on his return to
business, adverse criticisms are, too Salem.
often, made. If you cannot say
The Sterling Milling & Warehouse
something good and benefidial of a Co. of Brownsville, Oregon solicits
neighbor, it is a good plan to say your trade on every thing in our
nothing at all.
line, we can please you in quality
The old-fashioned custom of the and price, we carry a full line of
chirivari prevails in Sweet Home, soft wheat flour, mill feed, ground
whenever a marriage occurs. It feed, wheat, oats, hay, grass seeds,
matters not if this little attention red clover, Alsike clover, white
is dulayed somewhat. Nobody is clover and poultry supplies. Give
slighted. Several couple received us a call when the city. Chas.
this kind of a serenade, last week. Sterling, Manager and owner.
We Sell
in the Sweet Home valley, this
Quite a number of hunting par­
ties have passed through town,
this week.
The High school building is mak­
ing good progress and will be en­
closed in a short time.
Sweet Home schools will begin
next Monday. Rustle up your
books, bdys and girls.
General Merchandise
Dry Goods, Groceries
Hardware, Etc., Etc.
For Sale-Driving or saddle horses,
good fair quality. Inquire of M.
G. Reed, Sweet Home, Oregon.
Chas. Wiley and Henry Thompson,
left Thursday morning for upper
Canyon creek, bound fbr a week’s
Material improvements are being
made to Sweet Home’s meat mar­
ket. Mr. Thompson intends to
make it a first-class’ market, not
only for fresh meats, but for poul­
try and eggs as well.
The Highest Market Price
Paid for Country Produce
All danger of timber fires is now
past. Unless there is an unusual
amount of dry weather, a fife in the
timber would be impossible.
Sweet Home beef cannot be sur­
passed anywhere. The Tribune
family has been supplied with steaks
which would make a city gourmand
N. R. Watkins
Sweet Home
Dr. Luther, by means of a gaso­
line engine and a system of piping,
has an excellent small irrigating
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plant hnd his garden gives evidence
don’t believe it is. But in reading
of the fact.
it in the schools it would be im­
If you have not paid the last half possible to escape the fact that the
your taxes, you had better get busy. teacher’s authority or personality
Taxes will be delinquent after the would throw something into the
first Monday in October.
readings that would have an un­
In any direction from Sweet warranted effect upon the child’s
Home there are fine crushed rock mind.”
roads. In town, the streets are
paved with boulders. Something
Almost every day demonstrates
wrong in some way.
the need .of a bank in Sweet Home.
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coin and Denver Transcontinental
route, 636 miles; the River-to-River
road, from Davenport to Council
Bluff, Iowa, 236 miles; Tri-Cities
Rock River road from the Mississ­
ippi river to Chicago, 180. miles.
The greater portions of these old
routes are still in good repair.
per year.
Our lines include everything that a man
or boy wears, from 5 years to 75 years.
We can especially recommend our $ 12.50
Oregon Cassimere, absolutely all wool suits
to any man wanting a good serviceable suit
Whenever you are in need of anything
in our line, write us a letter, explaining
what you want and we will send it Joy
Parcels Post, prepaid, by return mail.
May we see you this fall and supply your needs for winter wear
The Blain Clothing Co.