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Red Tag Clearance Sale
To Clean Up Many Lines of Goods—-Sale Lasts During Balance of July
In this sale we arc offering some remarkable bargains, in order to clean up odds and ends, and such lines as we are closing out, including cutlery, tinware, granitewarc, etc.
T H E S E T H IN G S MU S T GO, FOR W E M U ST M A K E ROOM FOR N E W GOODS. W e have many new things in blankets, notions, hosiery, dress goods, ging
hams, outings and clothing, a l l c o m i n g i n a f e w w e e k s , a n d w e h a v e to m a k e r o o m f o r t h e m .
We do n o t w i s h to m i s
O N L Y G O O D S M A R K E D W IT H A R E D T A G S E L L F O R L E S S
B u t look o v e r the prices q u o te d b e lo w a n d y o u w ill appreciate th e a d va n ta g e s w e are o ffe rin g .
Closing out the entire line of Knives.
SI.25 knife, sale price
1.00 knife, sale price
.t>0 knife, heavy, saie price
.85 knife, a dandy, sale price
.75 knife, sale price
.60 knife, sale price
.50 knife, sale price
.35 knife, sale price
.25 knife, sale price
50c suspenders, per pair
5 and 10c handkerchiefs
P R I C E S
84 25 salad set
3.25 salad set
2.25 berry set
.85c cake plates
25c wash pan
40c dish pan
2 for 5c
5c tin cups
10c tin pans going at
30c kettle for
35c jelly glasses per dozen
25c water glasses per set of 6
m an y o f these cuts fa il to
Granite and Tinware
15c outings going at
12 l-2c outings going at
10c outings going at
DRY G O O D S
h it the
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60c wide all over embroidery only
38c corset cover embroidery only
20c wide embroidery only
15e wide embroidery only
124 c embroidery only
10c embroidery only
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1,00 shirts at
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A Uree assortment of patterns and sices.
All odds and ends will be sold for less.
Some very pretty patterns but (invent the insertion
15c lace sale price per yard
124 c lace, sale price per ynrd
10c lace, sale price per yard
Cc lace, sale price per yard
4c lace, sale price per yard
Large ran Babbits cleanser
M bars Easy Monday soap
5 pack Hires A A H. soda
7 cans Bed Ribbon Lye
3 cans Country Club milk
3 cans Holly milk
100 lbs egg maker . .
3 packages corn dukes
3 packages rice flukes
One pound peanuts
One pound good randy
Pepper shaker full of pepper
15c package mince meat
40c can asparagus
15c package Holland Rusk
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met w ith such genuine reductions? A S
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60c silk, sale price per yard
50c silk, sale price per yard
20c De Soile per yard
15c percale per yard
25c white suiting per yard
30c plaid- suiting
32.00 black Taffeta
1.50 black Taffeta per yard
N O T
A L L
SOME IN AND SEE FOR Y 0 ÜRSELF
THOMAS MAYO CO.
e£w e ^ e e ^ e e ^e
Mrs.O.V. Myers of Good Luck Circle,
Schmitt ranch near Silver Creek An stated last week, Jos. Petxel took
GUEST OF HONOR
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
No. 700, of the Women of Woodcraft
Sons’ sawmill yesterday morning. The won two beautiful prizes, offered by
Jos. Sherman of Shaw visited lease is to run three years, and we pre the Grand Circle, for securing 20 new Mrs. Kirk of Portland, deputy chief I his great institution opens its doors
J. M. Burnett/» was in Stayton at the Charles Fischer home Sun
dict for Mr. Petzel an immense increase benefit members for the order. One of ; ranger of the Catholic Order of Worn- for the fall semester on September 20th.
Courses of instruction include: General
in the lumber trade, for the reason that the prizes is a splended Indian robe i en Foresters, w as the guest of honor at
Agriculture, Agronomy, Aeinml Hus
Roy Kelly visited at Sil > -er Cliff
J. T- Hunt a n d wife were the coast has as yet, no idea of the made at the Pendleton Woolen Mills.
bandry. Dairy Husbandry, Bacteriology,
Stayton callers Saturday after stupendous activity that will be creat The other is a 26 piece set of silver day by the Sublimity chapter of the or Botany and Plant Pathology, Poultry
der. Mrs. Kirk expects to make fre Husbandry, Horticulture, Entomology,
Elwin Carter visited at Drift noon.
ed in all lines subsequent to the open ware in an oak case.
quent visits to this vicinity in her offle- Veterinary Science, Civil Engineering,
Miss Emma Frank and Dare ing of t h e Panama canal. Besides Mrs. Myers is justly proud of these I ial
capacity o f deputy chief ranger. Electrical Engineering, Mecnanical En
prizes ss they represent many hours of .Several other visitors were present at
gineering, Mining Engineering, iligh-
James Mulkey visited in Coon Sloper spent Sunday a t t h e road before the three years are up.
soliciting and work for her lodge. She the meeting, among them being Mrs. wsy Engineering, Domestic Science,
is to be congratulated on her success.
j Eckerlin, Mrs. Hurkenstetn and Mrs. Domestic Art, Commerce, Foicstry,
Mrs. Henry Miller and daugh Henry Mutschlar and wife autoed to
W. R. Heater and wife •were
and Miss Hamilton, all of Salem.
Pharmacy Zoology, Chemistry, Physics,
ter Adell visited at t h e C. J. Portland and Beaverton Sunday, re C. O. Burrows and wife of Umatilla
English Language and
in Silverton Friday.
Hunt home Thursday.
county Oregon are here visiting Mr.
Literature, Public Speaking, Modern
Leora Hubbard visited at the
Muriel Steeves o f Salem i s Wm. Maag and wife, who formerly Burrows’ cousin, Mr. Ware e a s t of To our kind neighbors a n d friends Languages, History, Art, Architecture,
J. M. Burnett home Monday.
spending a few weeks visiting lived here, but who now reside in Sa town.
who extended us help and sympathy Industrial Pedagogy, Physical Educa
in our bereavement, we offer thanks tion, Military Science ami Tactics and
lem, are here visiting friends.
C. E. Heater and wife visited with her cousin Helen Hunt.
in all sincerity for their many kind
at the Pottorff home Sunday.
Amos Branch and Miss E th el!
Catalogue and illustrated literature
Miss Alta Hobson, Miss Frank Alex
Notice is hereby given that the un nesses. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Shepherd.
mailed free upon application. Addr>ss:
Fred Lang a n d siste r Etta Bums attended church at Aums- ander, Dr. Pintler and W. C. Parry dersigned has been duly appointed ad
Registrar, Oregon Agricultural College,
, ville Sunday morning and spent made a trip to Salem Saturday evening ministrator of the estate of Elijah
drove to Silverton S aturday
For Sale or Trade—2 work horses. Corvallis, Oregon.
in Dr. Pintler’s machine.
Weddle, deceased, by order of the coun Inquire of Glen Munkers, Stayton,Ore.
S ch o o l Y sa r O p e n s, S e p te m b e r 2 0 th .
J. li. Burnett arid w ife were the afternoon visiting L- O. Rey-
court, of the State of Oregon, for
shopping in Silverton Mo: iday.
the county of Marion, duly made and
A very pleasant afternoon was and Jimmy Burton a r e “ skinning” entered of record on the 19th day of Lura A. Thomas and wife, Miss Alta
Mrs. Mary Pottorff vis ¡ted at spent by the children a t the mules for the Southern Pacific on their
July 1912. All persons having claims Hobson and Dr. W. N. Pintler took a
the C. E. Heater home A londay. home of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. i grade between Salem and Fir.
| against said estate are hereby notified
H. E. Hubbard and fam ily vis Fresh Thursday July 18th it be fo r Sale full Blood Plymouth Rock an(| required to present the same to me
Downing’s pack train will make daily
from State fai r Prize Win- at my 0ffire 0Ver Stayton State Bank,
Frank L e s l e y , A. L. Shrevc,
ited a t the McMulkey hon ie Sun ing the 9th brithdav of their lit Cockerels,
Mrs. J. E. Sloper, Stayton, Marion county, Oregon, duly Hersrhel Shreve and Lee Kerber made trips from Detroit to the Hot Springs
tle daughters Edith and Ethel. 8-1-x.
Stayton, Ore. verified with proper vouchers within a business trip to Salem Tuesday.
during the summer. Special trips to
afternoon was spent in play-! W. E. Thomas and wife left Tuesday six months from the date of this notice.
the lakes. For further information
Don't forget preaching at Sil
For Sale Modern atory and a half write J. M. Downing, Detroit,
ver Cliff Sunday m om inx and ing games. After which t h e for Cascadia, where they expect to join Dated this 25th day of July 1912.
w . A .W n s u ,
refreshments, > the ramping party of their son, L. L.
residence, cor. Ida and Second Sta. Call
Thomas and wife, and Dr. and Mrs. G.
Administrator of the estate of Elijah tf.
Mrs. M. J . Kitehen.
assisted by Miss Ethel Burns.
1 he farmers are all busy haying and
Mrs. Mary Green and s o n
Frank made a t r i p to Victor
Mrs. M. J. Kitchen I a making ar
rangements to leave Stayton. She ex
Paul Limbeck of near Scio w a s a
pects to take up her residence i n Al
David Pottorff and C. E. Heat
Stayton visitor Tuesday,
er made a business trip to .Silver-
DOUBLE SHOW (10 cents;
Iajst —Fish-hook book and contents
For Sale Pure-bred white Orphing-
and are now ready to sup along the river o n Chas. Thomas’ ton*.
Inquire C. D. Stayton.
Marion Lewis and Nelli« Bos-
ply your lumber needs as place. Reward. Return to B e a u-
champs’ Drug Store.
track were guests at the M cMul-
Mrs. W. H. Ringo of Salem is here
visiting at the home of her son J. M.
satisfactorily as our pre
key home Sunday.
T. J. Hill was a Sublimity call
John Boediffheimer was a Stay-
tc. caller Friday.
Kdd. Jacobs visited at the L.
Ei dish home Sunday.
vo. Schmitt and Othmer Berpr
spent Sunday a t t h e J a k i >
Theatre W e ha ve just finished invoicing
Brown’s Gouty Foot.
The Blind Man’s Tact.
Their Day of Thanks.
The Women of the Wezt.
A great western picture, show
ing courageous women defending
their homes when attacked by
indians during the absence of
If you want
lumber, w e
Lee Brown & Sons Mill Under New Management
Wess Riggs and Wm. Nendel a n d Ringo.
their families started for Rock Creek
Tuesday for berries. They are expect
A number went from here to Silver-
ed hack today with oodles of the juicy ton last Sunday to see Stayton wallop
Silverton at baseball.
Forrest Mack and wife came down
Frank Leslie, wife and baby n n d
yesterday from the moss ramp where Edith Olmsted motored t o Wilhoit
they have been for some time. They Springs last Saturday, returning Sun
were so enchanted with camp life that day.
they returned today.
Wanted:Hop picker*. l«u Acres of
There will be the regular services at Hops, fine camp grounds and water,
the Christian church on Sunday. In four miles southwest of Salem. About
the evening the pastor will deliver an 3 weeks’ work, 50 cents per box.
illustrated sermon with the assistance Picking begins S ept 2nd. Write to P.
of the stereopticon and colored slides.
A. Livesley & Co., Salem, Ore. 7-25-x