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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View This Issue
The Basket Social given by the Yoe-
men last eight was an unqualified suc-
! cess in every particular.
Quite a neat
sum was tealized by the sale o f the
! baskets to the lucky purchasers.
THE STAYION MAIL
Published every Thursday by
E. M . O
l m s t e d
Entered as second class matter at the
For Sale A 475 lb. IVLaval Separa
postofflce at St ay ton, Marion, county. tor. used but little stid in perfect con
Oregon, under the act o f Congress o f dition. Have sold my cows and have
March 3, 1879.
no use for it.
V. J . Philippi,
SUBSCRIPTION'S, $1.SO p er yea r
Address all communications to
Master Harold Kowlev left Monday
TH E STA YTO N MAIL
for his home in Portland after a week's
H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M.D.
frolic and fun here in Stayton.
I of his boy acquaintances w ill miss him
as he made many friends w hile here.
Physician and Surgeon
John Bender o f Iordan attended the
Fire Association meeting at Sublimity
OK KO,ON on Saturday January 2 and was the
guest over night at the home o f John
A. Lulay. He attended church at Sub
limity on Sunday.
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
$100 R e w a r d , $100
Tho readers o f ib is paper will
icas.-,! to 1, :rn th.lt ther» Is at l,a *t d i m
S t a y t o n . O regon
read J disc, o tli it science 1ms txen
.'bio to cura i-i alt lls e ta -, a, and that Is
Catarrh. J i.h 's Ca> rrh Cure Is tho only
positive euro n.v.v I ♦ i n to tho medical
fraternity. Cat .rrh being a constitutional
disc.'..,«, rruuir- s a constitutional treat
ment. II.... a Cat rrh Cure Is tii.cn In
ternally. a ting diroc.ty upon tho h lo o j
m ucous surfaces o f the system, there
by destroying tho foundation o f tho dlc-
ease. and g la g tho patient strength by
Office Over Stayton State Bank
building up the constitution and assisting
In doing Its work, T ho proprietor*
Stavton. Ore naturo
filth In 1
its curative pm
have so m uch faith
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any c iso that It falls to cure. Send
for list o f testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENLY A CO., Toledo, Ohio.
G. F. KORINEK, V.
Sold br all Druggists. Tfo.
Taka Hall's Family rills for constipation.
Treats all domestic animals,
applies the Tuberculin test.
Office at Stayton Stables
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B R IG H T B R IE F S .
You cannot make a dollar go far by
making it go quickly.
Abstracts and Probate Work a Specialty
Eccentric people are people whom
other people cannot afford to call fools.
Office Over Deidrich’s Hardware Store.
J. M. RIN G O --F. M. SHOOK
V . A . GOODE
Office Room No. 6 . Roy Bldg.
AND ALL KINDS OF
Harold J. Resler o f Portland is visit
ing at the home o f his grandfather, J.
Lawrence this week.
Wm. Cladek and wife ot Lebanon
spent the week-end visiting relatives
Everett Hughes who travels for the
Wilbur Woolen Mill Co. o f this city ar-1
rived here last night.
■ T 't
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY
Agency at Davies BarberShop.
on Tuesday morning.
W e Simply
Ask the Men to
, Stay Sober
factory rules de
AGENCY MAGNOLIA LAUNDRY
O f Albany at Mack & Shepherd V
Barber Shop. Laundry leaves Mon
day 2 p. m.
Miss Florence Morton spent the
week-end as the guest o f Miss Jeanne
Shreve, returning to her school near
Turner Sunday evening
Farmer»—Your attention is called t<
the Special January Sale o f Farm Im
plements by the Deidrich Hardware-
Store. See ad on front page.
Keep Warm—An unlimited quantity
o f old fir wood for -ale, on the ground
*. 00. and delivered $1.30 per tier.
R. E. Calavan and Chas. Lee.
G. C. Eisenhart is on the sick list.
Human experience tends to show
Harold Roop and Miss Ella Lang of
that the average man's biting off ca Silverton visited friends here Sunday.
pacity always exceeds bis masticating
Miss Carrie Mueller is home from her
Because o f the war Sweden has been work at the Russell camp near Thomas.
deprived of all weather forecasts. This
leaves Mme. Thebes and the astrolo
Harold Murphy spent New Year's
gers a monopoly.
Day and the week-end with home folks.
c. s T l o w e
mand "sobriety,” not
our employes do a f t e r
knocking off work is up to
them. \\ e don’t tell them
they can’t go into a well-
run saloon under penalty
o f being discharged. If we
did, they’d be justified in
Our best men are those who
drink their healthful, stimulating
beer. They are the ones that
puneh the time clock promptly
in the morning and do the most
work during the day. They arc
good boys and know that drink
ing beer moderately means True
Temperance. If we told them
they couldn’t drink after work
we'd drive them to secret indiil-
;enee and deprive them o f use-
ill, harmless pleasure. Result—
materially diminished m e n ta l
and physical buoyancy and low
efficiency during working hours.
Our men pursue their own
lives and gratify their own tastes
without molestation. Most of the
officials o f this fartory drink Iw-cr
moderately because it is benefi
cial and refreshing. They would
n't ask the boys to give up what
they themselves wouldn’t think
o f quitting.
By E. D. Ulrich, Ch. o f Commerce,
Miss June Kearns
Miss Theresa Fehlen
Mrs. Iona Blakely
S a tu rd a y Special
ftranito H ich Dan with hoavy rol1
I a l l only one to a cuHtomer.
No- 11 ^
Some Attractive Values
Mrs. F. I. Jones
Miss Naomi Silhavy
Miss Marguerite Ryan
Mr». Ed Smith
Miss Julia Rnhwein
Miss Clara Rauscher
Miss Nora Cavin
Mrs. Frank Humman
Mrs. John Sandner Jr.
Mrs. M. J. Crabtree
Votes on the Grand Premium Plano
contest can be obtained at the follow-
Freah Roasted Peanut«, 1 Ql. 6 e
Hand Dipped Chocolate« | lb., 16 -
Plain Mixed ('andy, I lb., 15c
Mutcfo-s, 3 Boxes for only 15c
Toilet Tissue, Cre|ie finish, roll 5c
Shelf Paper, 2 pieces for only Si-
Ladies' Handkerchiefs, 5c
Pencils, 3 f o r .......................... 61 -
Shoe Laces, 3 pairs for .
” 2 for 5c
Rat T r a p s .............................. 10c
Ladies hose,fast color, seamless feet, |mr pr 15c
Biith towel* 15.'
I’h ild rcn 's...........................................................I i
" 2 •• 26c
Armour’s Glycerine Soap, (x-r box ISo Armour's Tar Soup per box 16c
*• " 16c William's Shaving soap
S. A. STARR
The Store That
Saves you $ $
Nothing in the Storo
Over 25 cents
E. ROY, OPTOMETRIST and OPTICIAN
Specialist in Fitting Glasses
Thomas-Mayo Co. Gen. Mdse.
Beauchamp's Drug Store.
Laneefield’s Shoe Store.
Luthy’a Jewelry Store.
Korinek & Mielke’s Hardware.
iS Need Attention
Don’ t Wait-
I satisfy others, I will satisfy you.
Eyes Tested Free
All Work Guaranteed, or Money Refunded
dous factor In the war. provided she
Mrs. Ed Hamman and children o f
does not take too big a lead off ber
Aumsville are visiting relatives here.
CEMENT FENCE POSTS
5-I0-I5-25C S T O R E
Below is the standing o f the Con
testants in the Pramium contest at the |
count today, Jan. 7 .
Geo. Keech was in Salem Tuesday.
The “ Brode” Club will meet with
Mr. Edison expects to make the sub Mrs. Harvey \nderson tonight.
marines safer. But they seem to be al
ready entirely too safe for battleships.
W. C. Parry made a business trip to
City the first of the week.
The submarine bas proved a tremen
Conscientious Attention Given to all
W ale Thomas returned to his home
in Tacoma Tuesday after spending the
the holidays with his father J. W.
TYPEWR1TTER FOR SALE
Mrs. M. J. McIntyre invited a - half
dozen o f her friends out to her home
on the West Stayton road, for dmr-er
A woman can thrill aa deeply over
John Thoma made a business trip to
her preparations for bousecleanlng a* Portland yesterday and to-day.
a man getting ready to go Ashing.
LAWYER said NOTARY PUBLIC
Miss Emily Horgan returned to her
home in Portland Sunday, after a two
week’s visit at the Dr. C. H. Brewer
The regular annual meeting o f
Stayton Mutual Telephone Co. will
held on Monday, January 11 at 7:3l'
m. at the City Hall in Stayton.
membeis should be present.
Henry Smith. Pres.
Justice may be blind, but so Is civili
Geo. Neal o f l,«banon visited at the
zation. or It would not stumble on sucb
Seth Burson home Monday.
a situation us tbat in Europe.
_ _ _ _ _
Miss Cleo Ray of Lebanon is visiting
at the home o f her grandparents Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Anderson thi« week.
Mrs. Mattie Bruce o f Lyons is visit-
A New York medical Journal has sus ing here this week.
pended publication. Poor circulation,
P. Deidrich has a new •StudebaKer”
sign on his front window.
You can sometimes do a man a favor
by refusing to lend him money, but be
Henry Thomas and wife were in from
will not appreciate the favor.
Silver Creek Falls Tuesday.
Mrs. John Holt o f Thomas, Oregon
visited with her daughter, Mrs. Jack
Jones on New Year’ s Day.
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a! e l .ML
A nearly new Smith-Premier,
Satan knows whnt war is and feels $ 100 , will make very low price,
right at home In it
quire at Wilbur Woolen Mill office.
The management o f The Mail has
been waiting fur a special price on
Collier's Weekly, so that they could
offer the same combination us last year
via: $2.50 for Mail and Colderu, but no
special offer has come, nor is there any
chanee at this date; so they have de
cided to make an offer o f the two pa
pers at a prieo of $3. DO.
Colliers regular priee ia $2.50, and
the Muit is $1.50 making a total of$4.00
If you want this wide-awake national
weokley in conjunction with your heme
paper you can get it at an advance o f
$1.50 over the price o f the Mail.
votes on the Contest goes with the
Mail and 500 votes with Colliers. If you
want this offer, send the money at once
to the Mail office, as the time is limit
ed. Those who have already paid for
a year's subscription to the Mail in ad
vance, can get Colliers for the addition-
The Idle brain Is advance agent for
a busy tongue.
S. H. HELTZEL
AND STAYTON MAIL
IN PREMIUM CONTEST
Office over Jewelry Store
FIRE IN NORTH END
ON TUESDAY NIGHT
A small but extremely vigorous fire
started in the woodshed at the Glover
home o n Tuesday evening about 8
o ’clock. A load o f excelsior wood to
gether with a bale o f excelaior had
been unloaded there, and * Miss Uae
Glover had been out some time before
and had lit a wisp o f the inflammable
stuff to enable her to get an armful o f
wood, it is supposed that a spark from
her improvised torch had fallen in the
wood unnoticed by her.
About two hours later on looking out
o f the house Rae discovered that the
whole interior o f the shed was a mass
o f seething flames.
gave the alarm to the neighbors, and
Misses Gladys and Rae Glover together
w i t h E d i t h a n d D o t Olmsted
quickly formed a bucket bragade
and after fifteen minutes o f desperate
fire fighting the flames were subdued.
W. N. Huntley and son Henry arriv
ed just in time to Bee the last o f the
flames extinguished by the plucky girls.
No alarm was sent in to the city hnll,
and the fire company knew nothing of
the episode until the next day.
BANKS SHOW A
Mrs.S. A..Starr visited in Portland over
The bank statements published in an- j
Sumlay, returning Wednesday of this other column o f the Mail this week
show a steady and consistent growth, j
It is especially gratifying to the stock-1
Good, old-fashioned, Oregon winter holders o f the Stayton State Bank that
weather is the order o f the day at this is the best report that has been
made since the reorganization o f the
institution several years ago.
The Farmers & Merchants Bank also
Mrs. A. J. Chance has rented the
Cottage Hotel and expects t o keep is increasing its patrons and the influ
ence o f each is widening in financial 1
Stayton should be, and no doubt is, I
C. A. Luthy and family moved Into
proud o f these two institutions which
the W. A. Weddle bungalow on Water
are reallv the very circulation o f the '
business o f a community.
Every effort should be made by all to j
Will Couneilmen, wife and baby of help them out by a strictly “ Banking
Mill City are visiting at the G. B. at home’ ’ policy.
Both banks look forward to a pros
perous year in 1915 and when the finan
Mm. McRae is on the sick list this cial institutions are on a sound basis
week. Her son Everett is here from confidence is bred in the mind by that
Marion Ewen left for his home in
Portland Monday after a week’s visit
Hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to 4 -Stayton, Oregon
R. R. May Get There Yet
MATTHIEU’S BILLIARD HALL
CIGAR STORE and CONFECTIONERY
Is now located in the I. 0. 0. F. Bldg., and
You arc assured of a Quiet place to spend an
hour« and courteous treatment at all times
E . T . M A T T H IE U
T O -N IG H T
“T W IL IG H T ”
A 3-Recl story of Western Life.
Comedy— “A L IV E L Y A F F A IR ”
See Four Good Reels For 5 and 10 cents
W A R N E W S — Direct from the Front. See this. Pathe
News, 1 reel. Comedy, I reel. 5th Episode “ Perils of
Pauline" 2 reels. Song-“It’s a Long W ay to Tipperary”
High School Glee Club. 5 and 10c at the
DOLLARS GIVEN AW AY
With every pair of Ladies’ lan or Suede Shoes 1 will
give O N E DOLLAR. Prices run from $3.00 to $4.50. Also 1
have six pairs of Patent Leather Cloth Top Shoes that 1
will sell for
$1.00 Pfir Pair
There is a report that the Salem-
Mrs. J. W. Caspell o f Victor Point
visited at the home o f her son Archie Stayton R. R. line has prospects o f be
ing speedily completed. It is said that
today a camp will be established at the
Butte Creek school house, to make the
R. J. Moses returned Tuesday from
grade into Stayton, the right o f way
DRIVING HORSE WANTED
Tangent after spending the holidays
having been held up for a year or more.
with home folks.
This is the line being promoted by J.F.
Wt. about 1000 lbs. Must be good
Misses Enid and Wayo Kimball and
traveler, gentle, sound, n sorrel, and
Eunice Woods o f Jordan were Stayton
not afraid o f autos. Will trade a larg
er horse or take option o f buying. See
FARM FOR SALE
or write Dr. A. Bursell, Aumsville,
C. D. Frazer, traveling salesman for
Ore. Across track from S. P. Depot.
the Wilbur Woolen Mills Co. ot Stayton
34 acres, bottom land, 20 acres clear
was here this week.
ed, 7-»oom house, barn. etc.
buildings, fenced and cross fenced. 1
Duntley Vacuum Sweepers $7.50
Will Stevlev, wife and baby o f the mi. to town, macadam road.
Waldo Hills were trading with Stayton $46t)0. Terms. M. Mueller, Stayton,
J. O. McCrady, 1104 Lincoln St., K.u-
Oregon gene, Oregon.
Sizes* to s 1-2
L A N C E F I E L 1 ) Ca;di Shoe Store
BUY A HOME
Are you thinking o f moving to town?
If so you hail better investigate thin at
once. A good 7 room house, well fin
ished except upstairs which only needs
cloth and paper, one o f the b lst wells
in the city, pump In kitchen, fireplace
in living-room, on corner, one-quarter
block 100 x 100 , u fine location, and good
neighborhood. $1200, terms.
Mail office for owner’s name.
To head off n h-
try >)r. M il«*-