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VXOUY CAPITAL. JOCKNAL. eALEM. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1010.
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Grain Elovaoi' nt Ivolmnon, Operated l)y Thml Sterling.
Come to our home we will greet you there,
Come to the home of the peach and pear;
Come where the strawberries blossom wide,
And the rose bush scents the eventide.
Residence of Dr. T. .T. Imird, City Health Officer nt Tielmnon.
A strawberry festival will be held at Lebanon, and it is the intention to make the occa
sion one long to be remembered.
No pains will be spared to accommodate and please all who come.
Let it be heralded from the Pacific to the Atlantic coast that the Garden City invites
everybody to come see and enjoy the most delicious strawberries ever grown. There will be
plenty of them, too, with Jersey cream as accompaniment. Not alone will gustatory pleas
ure be enjoyed; the eye will be' delighted with a charming little city with most beautiful
natural surroundings, delightful gardens, waving fields of grain, shady groves, a rushing
river; and the imposing grandeur of the great Cascade range of mountains.
There will be many notable persons present, and much live stock on exhibition, besides all kinds of amuse
ments for the children, and it is hoped all will be children during the whole festival. , 1
A string to the latch, a strawberry patch,
A welcome to all who happen this way. ' '
We will meet and greet, and royally treat
Who comes to our festival strawberry day.
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