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Orison HI. tor Io« I Hodety
THE STAYTON MAIL
Has the Largest Circulation of Any Paper in the Santiam Valley—It Covers the Territory Like a Blanket.
¿1st Year, No. 11.
TAKEN TO SALEM
A. J. Shelton waa taken to the Sa
lem hoapital laat Friday, April 9. H<-
waa accompanied by Riley Thomaa,
Thursday Evening Herndon -
Mra. Marv Shelton and hia daughter
7:80. Gratitude for National I'eare Pearl from The Dallea.
and I'rayer for Foreign Countriea, Kev.
Mr. Hhelton’a condition ia very aer-
F. 8. Lawrence.
ioua and it la not expected he will live
8,00. lecture on Africa, Rev. Thomaa long.
Moody, a Returned Mlaalonary.
9:00 I’rayer and Uilile Kxpoaltion Miaa
9:30. "The Church and Religioua Edu
cation,” Mra. Delong, White Temple
10:16. "The Church and Goapcl Htew-
J . H. Kloer who Uvea on the Croia
arduhip" Rev. Thoa. Moody, Cortland
11:00. tjuiet Hour for Rihle Study and ant place in Linn county waa kicked on
Worahlp Rev. J. B. Champion, Mc the jaw by a mule he waa harneaaing
yeaterday and Buffered a broken jaw
bone beaidca a aevere cut on the chin
1:30. I'rayer for Aaaoclational Inter- and the loaa of aix of hia beat teeth.
Dr. Prill of Scia, who waa in the
cat« Mildred Jameaon
1:46. "The Church Serving the Com neighborhood waa immediately called
and he aent for Dr. Beauchamp of
munity" Rev. J. B. Champion
2:80. "The Church Efficient in Finan Slayton and the two M D.'a fixed up
cial Stewardahlp" Dr. L. W. Riley, the injured man in the beat manner
He waa brought to Staytori that af
3:00 “ The Haptiat Aaaoeiation, a Un
by I-cc Shelton, and will atay
it of Denominational Service," Rev.O.-
at the Peter Fiedler home, in order to
C. Wright, State Secretary.
8:46. "The Young People of Today be near at hand for treatment until hia
and the Work of Tomorrow," Mra. Ma-1 injuriea are healed.
bel Burton, State B.Y.P. U. Preaident.
Evening Seaaion- -
7:30. Praia« Service, Rev. R. F. Jam e
8:00 Sermon Rev J. B. Champion
Following the Aaaoeiation a revival | County Clerk Gehlhar ia going to
meeting will be conducted by the paa- have t o handle a large number o f
tor, F. S. Lawrence, assisted by H. E. amellv gopher and mole acalpa, and he
Marshall of Salem.
ia aeeking some way to eliminate part
of the diaagreeable taak.
He offera prize« of $5, $3 and $2, for
the beat eaaava by achool children of
the county on "How to Catch Gopher«
and Molea and how to preaerve their
Eaaaya muat be written on one aide
of paper 81x11 inches, ttati be in the
The Rehckaha will hold their Second handa of the Co. Supt. before Mav 1.
Annual May Day Social and have al Eaaaya ahoukl have not more than 800
ready gotten arrangement« under way word«, and will be judged on writing,
to celebrate the annual event in fitting spelling, originality etc.
S. L. Stewart »pent the week-end
Announcement« of the exact date and
visiting his parents at Lebanon.
program will come later.
HAS JAW BONE
BROKEN BY MULE
MAX GEHLHAR OFFERS
$10 FOR BEST ESSAYS
REBEKAHS WILL HAVE
MAY DAY SOCIAL
Come in and get Cash Prices and do not pay a per cent of
some one else's bill.
Remember, a certain per cent must
be added when doing business on a credit system.
3 pr 50c Ladies silk hose $1.00
10c bottle of Blueing
4 “ 35c Men's *
10 Arm & Hammer Soda
of 10c gingham
25 Coffee 5 lbs. for
Men’s Heavy Work Shirt
Catchup reduced to
5c Yeast now only
1 0 % off on Dress Shirts
50c Royal Bak. Pow.
10 % off on all Hats
4 Boxes of matches for
5 Gallons Coal oil
10c can of Spice, now
K IN D S
R IG H T
P U R O L A ---------------
T hey a re G u aran teed to do th e W o rk an d
THEY D O I T !
A Complete Line at
Sloper’s Drug Store
V. DARE SLOPER
DIED HERE SUNDAY
When you buy face cream, you want
a cream that will not leave your face
The Jefferson high school ball team
shiny. The way to get it is by saying
got an aw fui trouncing laat Saturday
"Nyal’s Face Cream"—it’« greaseless
at the achool campus in Stayton. Af
On Sunday, April 11, William H. ter the endurance contest had ended it
The many friends and neighbors, as aad antiseptic. Will make the skin
well aa the more immediate member« «oft and velvety. 26 and 60 cent« at Queener, who had been a constant res waa found that Stayton had 23 (save
ident of Stayton since 1881, died in thia the mark) large, fat, juicy runs to
of her family were saddened Saturday Beauchamp’s Drug Store.
with the new» of the death of Mr*. Su
their credit, while they had allowed
He was born in Missouri in 1861 and the visitors to croaa the pan but 3
san M. Murphy of this city at the St.
came to Oregon with bis parents in times. Golly, Molly.
Vincent hoapital i n Portland. Mrs.
1865, living near Scio and Albany for
Murphv had been taken to the latter
city a few days before for an operation
Mr. Queener held the office of city
and failed to survive the shock.
recorder and justice of the peace for
The body was brought to Staytori,
several terms and practiced law in this
and the funeral was held Tuesday,
No bounty will be paid on any scalp
April 13, in the Christian church, of that cannot positively be identified as city for many yeara. Besides his wi
which she had been a member nearly being the scalp of a gopher or mole. dow, there are seven children who sur
all her life. Rev. R. L. Morton of Anyone- who fails to scalp them in the vive him. They are: Earl and Norman
The Catholic Order of Foresters of
Salem officiated. Interment wya in the proper manner, or to preserve them in of Fendleton and Mesdames Riggs, Sublimity invited the Stayton lodge up
Slayton cemetery, and was attended the proper manner does so at his own Richardson and Korinek of fctayton and last Thursday night. Besides the reg
by a very large crowd, who assembled rivk as the bounty will not be paid r.r- Sestak of Eastern Oregon and Dart of ular lodge session, a business and so
to ilo honor to the memory of one of k-its the scalp is in such condition that Linn county.
cial session together with a banquet
Services were conducted in the Rin- took up the time till midnight. Chas.
Oregon’« real pioneers.
there can be no question about its be
go Undertaking Parlors on Monday by Hottinger, Geo. Spaniol, J. A. Van-
Susan M. Bryant was born in Missou ing the scalp of a gopher or mole.
the Rev. Chandler of the M. E. church Handel and W. F. Klecker were the
ri in 1862, and was brought to Oregon
The scalp should contain the ears or
by her parents when but nine months ear boles and the face including the tip and interment was in the Kingston principal speakers. About 80 mem
of age. Her early life was spent in of the noec. A good way of preserving cemetery in Linn county.
bers were present.
the beautiful Jordan valley over i n a sculp ia to tack it on a board by put
Linn county, where she met and mar ting a small tack in each ear hole and 1
R. J. Moses expects to move his f Mrs. E. Roy and daughters Eliza and
ried Thomas Goodman, a young Christ one in the tip of the nose so the scalp
ian minister when she was but eigh will form a little triangle. A great grocery stock to Corvallis in about ten Ruth and Forest Mack and family
days, it is reported.
motored over to Salem Sunday.
teen years of age.
many scalps can be tacked or. a board a
Her life was very busy and happy,
a foot wide and three feet long, and
until the death of her husband in 1897, the board can then be hung up out of
in rearing the six stalwart sons, and reach of the cats. When bringing in
daughter w h o survive her.
T w o scalps in large numbers, they should
daughters died in early youth.
be put on a string, counting ten scalps
irv 1911 Mrs. Goodman was married
and then a piece of pa per or card board
to G. W. Murphy of this city. She
between and then ten mj-re scalps,
was always a healty energetic woman which will make countingea3y. Scalps
until about a year ago, when she was
of moles and scalps of gophers should
stricken with the disease that final!/
be kept separate.
caused her death.
We are putting on sale a regular 50c broom at the
An affidavit will be required, stating
The children were all present at the
that the scalps were taken from go
Special Price of
funeral, and are as follows: Oscar
phers and moles caught in Marion
of Freewater: Prince of Medford, John
County after February 10, 1915, and
of St. Johns; Thoa. of Sherwood; Enss
also the exact locality in the county
of Gooch; Williard of Stavton and Mra.
Other Prices- Small Light Broom- 24c
where same where caught.
Jessie Titus of Kingston.
Mr. Murphy and the children wish to
thank the many kind friends and neigh
bors for their kind offices during the
last days of the deceased, and also fer
the many beautifnl floral offerings at
Royal Baking Powder
45c Steel Cut Coffee
Arm and Hammer Soda
5c 4 Boxes Matches
FORESTERS HAVE BIG
MEET AT SUBLIMITY
B eginning S atu rd ay M orning A pril 17 an d
continuing till S atu rd ay night, A pril 24
SCHOOL BOARD LOOKS
AT SEVERAL BUILDINGS
CHAS. CLADEK ADDS
Chas. Cladek has been making some
; improvement» in hia garage and blaek-
( smith ahop on Fourth Street. He has
] put in an 8-foot, Monarch, quick-
change, engine lathe for auto work,
thread cutting and general repair work.
He has employed C. O. Crawford,
. who has had experience in automobile
I Hnd general repairing since 1900, to
I help in the garage and shop, and can
| guarantee a finished j o b second to
Mr. Cladek expects to put in more
machinery soon, and build up his plant
until he can handle any kind of repair
work that can possibly be done in the
PR IC E S
WOMEN DIED SATURDAY
10 % off on all Shoes
Serial N o . 995
S T A Y T O N , MARION C O U N TY , OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1915.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence of this city
celebrated their golden wedding anni
versary on Tuesday of this week. A
goodly number were present, among
whom were two of their children and
several of their grandchildren.
A short wedding ceremony was per
formed by Rev. Goode. After c o r -
gratulations, all retired to the dining
room where the tables were loaded with
good things to eat.
Those present were. Mr. and Mrs.
Goode, Mr. and Mrs. Kestler, Mr. and
Mrs. Forrette, Mr. J. Bossell, Mr.
! Lake, Mr. S. H. Burson, Mr. E. Shep-
j he-id, Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Myers, Mrs.
True, Mrs. T. C. Crabtree, Mr. a n d
| Mrs. Powell, and the host and hostess,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence.
The time was pleasantly spent in mu
sic Hnd singing and all went home feel
ing that they had had a good time and
wishing the aged couple many m o r e
years of happy wedded life.
The Stayton school board together
with Geo. Keech and Prof. Gauntt
made a trip to Albany Saturday, where
the entire crowd inspected the new
building being erected, and also the
high school built there several years
From Albany, two of the directors,
Henry Smith and E. M. Olmsted, went
to Newport, where another school has
just been finished.
It is quite probable that the district
board will make one or two more trips
before finally settling on the type cf
building to be built in Stayton.
Four new shoes for one dollar.
Four tires set for two dollars.
At the Brick Blacksmith Shop i n
H A G Blueing
Cocoa, per lb.
3 Cans Carnation Milk
Large sized bottle Catsup
3 Cans Yellow Ban Milk
6 Bars White Laundry Soap 24c
Extra small wht beans 3 lbs l*4c
Our prices are all reduced—We guarantee to sell at Rice ;ind
Phelan and Jones Cash Store prices—
THEY ARE OUR ONLY COMPETITORS
6c p e r yd.
G ingham s-
Scarsdale checks: Warranted fast colors. This ia a very serviceaHa mater
ial that was bought at a special price in the East and are offering it to you
at 6c a yard.
8c p e r yd.
A m oskeag C hecks-
These are the genuine Amoskeag apron checks in browns, blues, greys and
blacks. If you will look in Sears Roebuck catalogue you will find they are
selling the same gingham for 8c per yard. Why not buy at this store
where you can see the goods before you pay for iL
13c p e r yd.
D om estic Zephyrs-
This is a fine close woven gingham coming in a range of dainty checks and
good assortment of colors. The regular price is 15c and has always sold
for th a t Since starting out on our new cash basis we have cut this to 13c.
tra W ide G ingham s-
MAKES RAPID HEADWAY E On x page
46 catalogue No. 130 from Sears
" Add This Fact to Your Store of
K n o w le d g e .
Kidney disease often advances s o
rapidly that many a person is firmly in
ihs grasp before aware of its progress.
Prompt attention should be given the
slightest symptom of kidney disorder.
If there is a dull pain in the bacK,
headaches, dizzy spells or a tired, worn-
out feeling, or if the kidney secretions
are offensive, irregular and attended
with pain, procure a good kidney rem
edy at once.
Thousands recommend Doart’s Kid
ney Pills. Read the statement below.
T. F. Chance, carpenter, 1625 E.
Second St., Albany, Oregon, says: “ A
couple of years ago I strained my back
and soon noticed weakness and disord
ers of the kidneys. I had read about
Doan’s Kidney Pills and began using
them. In a short time tny back was
strengthened and all the other kidney
disorders left me. I know that Doan’s
Kidney Pills are a fine kidney med
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don’t sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that
Mr. Chance had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props,, Buffalo, N. Y.
Unless present plans are materially
changed, the new Portland Postoffice
I building, to cost $1,000,000, will be in
course of construction within the next
| 90 days and the architect has promised
. that it will be completed within four-
; teen months. It will take the form of
j a big, fine office building, every part of
Mrs. Sarah Cox is still improving in
! which will be occupied by the Govern
ment, the first building of its kind in health, and Mrs. T. H. Thomas is much
better from the attack of measles.
I the United States.
same gingham listed at 13c per yard.
price now is 12Jc.
F rench G ingham s-
12 l- 2 c p e r yd.
Roebuck & Co. you will see this
It has always retailed at I5c but our
2 3 c p e r yd.
This is the very best quality of fine gingham you can buy. We have it
in lavender, blue, brown, pink and checks. It costs more but lasts longer.
It has always sold for £5c, our price now is 23c per yard.
13c p e r yd.
The cloth that doesn’t need ironing. We have a very complete line of col
ors. It has always sold for 15c per yard, our new cash store price is now
13c per yard.
C otton B atts-
We are now shipping our cotton bats by water direct from factory. By
doing this we save freight, j lb. bats - 9c, 1 lb. bats - 17c, 3 lb. bats - 72c
These last are 72x84 full comfort size.
S h eetin g -9 -4
2 4c p e r yd.
Our sheeting is of the very best quality and we are selling at exceptionally
low prices. Sears Roebuck charge 22c per yard in Seattle. You can buy
it here for 24c per yard. No postage to pay -nor letters to write and you
see the goods before you buy iL We guarantee the quality equal to theirs.
8-4 sheeting - 21c per yard; 9-4 sheeting, unbleached • 24c per yard; 9-4
sheeting, extra heavy unbleached - 26c per yard; 9-4 sheeting, bleached •
26c per yard.
T able Cloth Special
58c p e r yd.
A very pretty pattern in a mercerized satin finish damask genuine Renfrew
for 58c per yard.
Mayo’s Cash Store