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A C HANCE FOR YOU
Wo are going to help you and our
selves at the same lime. Wo are go
ing to educate you up to the value of
using the classified department of The
Stayton Mail. Have you any idea of
the money you could make if you were
' to let all the people in this county know
' what YOU had for sale? Do you know
that no matter how apparently useless
some article has grown, some other* 1 * V
person has a use tor that article AND 1
Come and see the $1,000.000. in cash. Only chance in a life
WILL BUY IT?
time. The greatest photo play ever produced, and you
Hut he cannot buy it if he does not j
FABRICS OF W ORTH]
“ THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY”
HE character of “Wilbur Fabrics” is based on ab
solute worth. If you spend a dollar with us, you
1 know WHERE to get It.
In the big!
cities the classified departments of the
newspaper are as interesting as the
are assured of your m oney's worth in dependable goods. Upon the urgent re
news columns. In fact they contain
real live NEWS. Anil those who use
quest of many of our ladv customers, w e have added to our line of woolen dress
them are reaping great advantages
Both the Buyers and the Sellers.
goods, a large stoek of Spring and Summer Materials in the I ¿a test Designs Direct from
Of late the smaller papers are push- 1
the Manufacturers, enabling us to sell at Extremely LOW PRICES. I hose new
ing their classified departments into
more prominence. The other day we
materials, consisting of
1 picked u p a weekly, published in a
county seat town in Wisconsin. Its
classified column was "A WONDER.”
Apparently everyone in the county was
using and reading it. Lack of space i
prevents us from reproducing it, al
though we would like to do so. But
here are a FEW ef the things that
were advertised for sale bv the fsrpiers
and the townspeople: Houses, lots,
farms, glass cupboard, chickens, sew -;
ing machine, turkeys, rugs, eggs, up
holstered goods, crockery, geese, but-
I ter, correspondence school course,
cheese, feathers, manure, incubator,
horses, finger ring, automobile, jsrs of
fruit, fence posts, hogs, (plain and fan
cy) embroidery lessons, suit of clothes i
and fur overcoat, home made bread, a
I colt, library of 100 volumes, home knit !
socks, cream separator, two calves,con
crete block machine, tame bear, gaso
And we extend a cordial invitation to all the ladies of Stayton and surrounding
line engine, heating stove, hay, rag
carpets, home cured hams and bacon,
country to visit the Mills and inspect the goods. It is our intention to make this a
wind mill, a general store.alfalfa meal,
desk and chair, typewriter, cabinet or
permanent feature ot our Retail Sales Department in connection with blankets and
gan, short horn bull, bird dog, hay
stacker, rake and loader, five tons of
the best and latest in dress goods, which will be offered at attractive prices.
coal and a gun.
If YOU have anv of the above nam
ed articles for sale—or anything like
them—let ua know and we will run a
classified ad in The Stayton Mail. The
cost is very small, only 5 cents per line
for one insertion or 10 cents per line
for three insertions. For 20 cents per
line we will keep your ad running for
10 weeks. Someone wunts what you
C. E. Brow.) and wife are rejoicing have to sell.
Easter Cards at Beauchamp'-.
Get Your Fi-hing Liceale
the advent of a fine girl baby at
and Fishine Supplies at Korinek and
their home last Friday. Dr. Beau
Grandma Nietiing is on the sick list Mielkie’s.
champ is in attendance.
have a chance to see it if you spend a dime at the Star.
With the "Mystery” will he shown a 2-reel Key
stone comedy, the best on the market today.
S A T U R D A Y N IG H T
14th Episode, “ Perils of Pauline”
Ail wool Serge, latest shades.
Silks for Spring and Summer in dainty colors
Wash Silks for Waists.
Messaline. Crepe de chene and many others
WILL BE PLACED ON SALE SAT. MARCH 13
Chas. Dunagan and children of Salem
Sloper’s Drug Store for Sassafras are visiting at the home of his sister
Mrs. Steve Tavlor this week.
... a . W. A. E L tr is visiting in Mill
The Misses Wanda Brown and Mabel
Lity this week.
Rupert spent the week-end in Salem
Fr nk Lesley was in Salem on busi
es Monday and Tuesday.
C O T T O N S EE D O IL
F. Silhavy, wife and son, Uriah,
looked over their farm Sunday. Mrs.
Silhavy likes the place and i s well
pleased with the location.
visiting friends and relatives.
Beauchamp’* 25c and 50c.
Mrs. Rose Dodson and little daughter
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tate, Mr. and
spent the week-end visiting at the V.
Harold Murphy is staying a t the Philippi home in Linn county.
Mrs. J. T. Hunt and Mr. and Mrs. T.
B ror. Robertson farm this week.
J. Hill of Union Hill attended the fune
Dr.and Mrs. H. A. Beauchamp will en ral of Mr. Hirzsiefen here Monday.
New 1915 Studebaker cars on display tertain Mr. arid Mrs. P. E. Hirzseifen
a Peter Liedrich's Hardware Store.
of Portland at dinner tonight.
FOR SALE— Registered Jersey Bull
five years old, from the Chas. Miller
Frank Mack is home from near Hal-
Ralph L. Putnam of Eugene will . herd. For particulars call on or ad-
nere he has established a moss preach at the Christian church Sunday, dress E. C. Downing, Sublimity, Or.
Mar. 14, morning and evening.
Sloper’s Drug Store has a nice selec-
f . B. and Wes Riggs and Henry
The Sloper Drug Store has a fancy tion of Toilet and Medicated Soaps,
à ni vere business visitors in Salem assortment of Tooth Brushes.
Warren Richardson and son Harold
Luthv and family and J. H. were week-end visitors i n Portland.
Purola White Pine & Tar Congh Syr Mistier and family motored over to Mr. Richardson’s mother accompanied
up is as good as the best. 25 and 5oc Salem Sunday for a day’s visit.
them home after spending the winter
with her daughter in Seattle, Wash.
Mr. i.nd Mrs. Matten of near Salem
hennas Munkers and G. E. Engle- made a week-end visit w i t h their
Sloper’s has all size packages of Roll
er Bandages and Absorbent Cotton.
1 ..rt of 1 or.land were business visitors daughter, Mrs. M. J. t'rahtree.
Mr. and Mrs. Schütz and Mrs Rose-
Miss Cora Thomas, who has been
Mrs. E. Roy and daughters and For visiting friends at Corvallis the past b. ugh of Minneapolis, Minn, who had
rest Mack, wife and baby were Salem week, returned to Stayton Monday.
been visiting at the SanFrancisco Fair
stopped at the Nick Geymer home a
The Wilbur Woolen Mills has added few days last week on their way back
Mrs. H. M. Coats o f Vancouver, many new fabrics to their retail stock. home.
Washington, is visiting her daughter, See tueir ad in this issue of the Mail.
Mrs. C. C. Nott.
for Lice M ix tu re (as so ld a ro u n d c o u n
try .) 7 5 c gal. in gallon*.
6 0 c g a l. in
la rg e r q u a n titie s . A lso c ru d e oil fo r « p ra y
ing h e n h o u se s, etc 15c gal., y o u r c o n
ta in e r a t B e au c h am p '* th e R ex all S to re .
The parents met at the school'
house Friday afternoon and orga
nized a Parent-Teachers meeting.
The next regular meeting will be
held in the evening March 26,
visitors are invited.
The teacher and pupils a r e
serving hot lunch at the noon
Norris Frank visited with Har
ry Humphreys Sunday.
Helen Hunt and cousin, Muriel
Steeves of Salem spent the week
end with the former’s parents.
L. M. White returned to Salem
Sunday after spending several
days at the J. T. Hunt home.
Mrs. J. J. Staiger spent the
week-end in Salem.
Shoes selling at credit stores regularly at $8.00 Lancefield’s
Cash Store Price, $2.50
Men’s dress shoes, credit stores ask $6.00 and 6.50 Luncelield
usks only $5.50
If you arc looking for very good shoca at very low prior*, you don't nred
»end aw»y for them, we have a bargain counter full of them, many
of them marked down to le... than half
Special Removal Sale
Having to remove from my present
location, I will make, until April 1st.
reduced prices on the following ar-y
tides in order to reduce my stock.
Clocks, 15% off. Cut Glass, 10%off
Silver Polish 25c bottle 15c
Silver Hollow ware 15% off
Chinaware, Musical instruments,
and other articles too numerous to
mention below cost.
C. A. LUTHY, Stayton
REPORT o r TIIK CONDITION OK THE
Farmers and Merchants Bank
Mrs Thos. Baldwin of Primville is
¡.king an extended visit with her
Mrs. Susan Sn ith who h been stay
• ther Mrs. Kate Morton.
ing t lw e
ion Alia Smith for
some time in. n tur ed to her home in
> 3A L E -R ed clover see 1, yleliv- AumsiiBe.
u Stable at Sublimity. P.T.Ltzel,
ton, Oregon. Box 34.
Peter Deidrich has a car load o f
woven wire fencing on ■ platform on
I’.E. Hirzsiefen and wife of Portland W. H. Hobson’s lot just, north of the
n Mrs. Marguerite Wh^te of Astoria Stayton Stables.
re visiting here this week.
Beauchamp’s Kidney and Backache Tuesday evening.
pill* fo r k id n e y a n d b la d d e r tro u b le* .
T r y th e m a n d if th e y d o n ’t give satis-
f a c tio n co m e b a c k a n d g e t y o u r m oney.
5 0 c b o x 2 fo r 9 0 c a t B e au ch am p '* T h e
REXALL STO RE
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p n B [3 A .a o — „*iooqo* j.T jjn Jd .iq Xuj
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*4oq © ru n e t p p in s „ 'in » .u r n ‘a a o a | j „
Mist Lizzie Cornelius, school
supervisor, visited o u r school
Get Your Fs ;.g Li. n e in. Fishing Thursd^ and made it a standard
>i r’s Drug Store f o r Rubber
Supplies at Korinek and AiieDie’s.
C ap ital stock paid in
$ AVOnO 00
S u rp lu s fund
ij« * pft
U ndivided profits,.
In d iv id u a l dep o sits su b je ct to o h cck M,fl74 48
T im e certificates of d e p o s it................
L iabilities o th er th an those above stated
$191,921 m <
T otal ................................... |iu*,our. 79
't a t e of Oregon
S tate of O regon t
C ounty of Marbut ( "
C ount)' of Maritili 1
1,4. I*, UT ti W A KT.Oashler of th è abovi* narrici! I, W Uieltard on, C ash ier of »he above nam ed
batik, do «olem nly sw ear fh a t th è above state* i . h u s , do solem nly sw ear th a t th e ahovo state*
m en i 1 « trite lo th è beni of mv know ledge and tm lit Is tru e to th e best oLiny k now ledge and
b e lic i.
8 . 1». H tew art. C ashier.
W. KH IMKI an s . C a sh ier
M tb se rlb e d a m i s w o ru to bufore m e Olla Pitia
• ubar 1 1 bed an d sw orn It» before m e th is 10th
day of M ar., IVI«'».
day of Mar. PJIft.
N otar) Public
8 . I . RTF.WART,
C o rre c t-À tte s» :
N otary Public.
C orrect Atte«.!;
J ohn H a m i n u t
U K TATK
D lt e c to rs .
« ilio. M'ANIOL.
and Matthieu Gibson for Sublimity pre
When you get a good man on
the job, keep him there.
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o q « ih iu io m iin p in a u i ||.» m a q j ,
■ iu u p o Q tn o ja C u s Q v
Beware of Ointments for
Catarrh That Contain Mercury
n* m e r c u r y will » u r c ly d e s t r o y t h e sen-in
o f urncll a n d c o m p l e t e l y d e r a n g e t h e
w h o le s y s t e m w h e n c n b - r l n g It tnrnti.fi»
■u< ii articles shout I
Ed Sestak and wife started for Athe
Oregon Sunday morning.
have rot fully decided just where they
o q e m i l \w n * tn e ip s .jn q .tt,,
will locate, but It will he at some place
•3 n |,i.ia s u m A’o q a m p a tio
eastern Oregon or Washington.
p a o p o ti e q s p a q tq tiu e q s n a q .\ \
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- o tq ts n q .) *11 u e A n f j o a ti||.* H | a q j ... j o
j o e f q n s a q i n o J n o q iirsM iiisip a q i j.» iju
• HI .921
L; A HI L IT ! KM
p o stal savings bank deposit«
Deposits d u e Htate T r e a s u r e r ............
In d iv id u a l deposit* su b je ct to ch eck
D em and certificates of d e p o s it..........
T im e certificates of d e p o s it.................
Mrs. Kirkpatrick of Aumsviile spent visiting at the home of her parents,Mr. Mielkie’s.
the week-end visiting her daughter, and Mr. J. H. Anderson of this place.
E. C. Downing and John Boed-
Mrs. Clara Pratt.
sold some beef cattle to
The volinteer fire company here got
Clover Seed For Sale Red and Al- busy this week and induced 20 of our a cattle buyer from Mill City
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blakely, Miss Al
sike also mesquite seed. Farmers prices j business men to make application for Tuesday.
ta Hobson and Dr. Pintler motored ov at farm. Franklin Herrling.
3-10x membership. Alva Thomas i s t h e i
e r to Salem Sunday.
"Candy Kid” for getting new mem-! J. T. Hunt and wife spent Sun
day at the E. C. Downing home.
Mrs. Mary E: thurn of Aumsviile
V ; can get anything in trte Patent
, . ne Line ut Sloper’s.
The eldest son of Herbert Brown of
F. M. Fresh and family visited
Mrs. Claude D r > of this city recent near Silver Creek Falls had the misfor
the C. P. I)arst home Sunday.
.. . R.,th Hollister of Salem spent ly.
tune to break both bones of one of his
n week-end visiting her sister, Maude,
legs last Sunday while playing in a ball |
Emma and Mable Frank, Mary
ne of the local teachers.
FOB 'ALI 1: d e .iver seed 15c per «'■me near that place. Dr. Beauchamp
Dunigan and Max Hill were cal- | Geo. Keech h a » been reappointed
pound nd k. le
• i 2~c per [round. v; i ailed and set the fracture.
Welch* Grape Juice at 10-25-50c at Phone or rite, J s i'ehu te, Sui limity,
lers at the J. T. Hunt home deputy assessor for Stayton precinct,
STAYTON S TATE BANK
a t H tayton, in th e State of O regon, a t (ha
«t Stayton, In the »tite of Oregon, at the clo*« close of business, Mar.. U h. 191'.
of buslncsa Mur I, 191%
R tm uicn.
Loan« and d isc o u n ts
Loan* an d disco u n t* «..............
o v e rd ra fts , M-eured a n d u n se c u re d ...
O verdrafts secured a n d uuAccurtMl.
123 19 Hoods ait<l w a r ra n ts .............................. H.1H7 10
llond* and w arran t* .................
1,112 91 H anking h o u se ,.........................................
H anking h o u se ........................................
8.000 00 F u rn itu re an d fix tu re s...........................
F u rn itu re an d fix tu re s ........................
1,000 00 ( t lh t r real estate o w n e d .............................27,810
l)ue from h an k s < not reserv e hat ks)
4,Old hs Due from h anks i not reserve h an k s)
Due from approved reserve han k s
Due from approved reserve b a n k s .* ,, 21,442 12
Checks an d o th e r cash Ite m s............
«1 .w ( hecks an d o th e r cash Item «................
Cash on b a u d ........................................
8 ,1H1 fil Ca«h on h au ti ..........................................
a . « 19 79
T otal ............................'. | 10 *.« m * 7 9
O th er reso u rces......................................
Lf A Ilf LIT! M.
Miss Mary Dunigan, our teach C ap ital stock paid I n ..... ................... I
er spent the week end with her, Hut plus f u n d ...............................................
U ndivided p ro fits.................................
parents near Hazel Green.
less expenses and taxes paid
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hunt and
spent Sunday a t the
Get Your Fishing License
home near Stayton.
Mrs. Bertha Rhodes of Portland is and fishing supplies at Korinek and
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OK THE
3 S S
IS THERE ANYTHING in BUYING SHOES AT A CASH SHOE STORE?
Choice Red Clover Seed for sale, 15c
per lb. by Krank Ilottingcr, Sei«, Ore.
Rt. 2. Phone 1028, Stayton.
Will exchange for grain for part, for
fall delivery. Phone 1028 Stayton.
n e v e r bo u.» d e x c e p t o n p r e s c r i p t i o n t
f ro m r e p u t a b l e p h y s i c ia n s , a* the d a m a p i
t h e y will d n Is t a fold t o t h e g o o d V I
c a n p o ssib ly d e r i v e f ro m t h e m .
C a t a r r h C u r e, m a n u f a c t u r e d b v F. J.
C h e n e y A To.. Toledo. O.. c o n t a i n » r. >
m e r c u r y , n r d I* tal-.cn I n fe r n a l l y , netln- r
d i r e c t l y u p o n t h e b lond e n d m u c o u s s u r
face* o f t h e s y s t e m .
In b u y i n g Tfall’*
! C a t a r r h C u re lie s u r e y o u g o t t h e g e n u
I t I ; t a k e n I n t e r n a l l y a n d m a d e In
Toledo . Ohio. I y F . J. C h e n e y A Co. T e s
t i m o n i a l s free.
field b y D r u c r l s l * . P r l c o 7T>o p e r b n t t l s .
T a k e D ali's F am ily Pills fo r constip ation-