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THE STHYTON MAIL
Ha* the Largest Circulation of A n/ Paper in the Santiam Valley—It Cover* the Territory Like a Blanket.
STAYTON YOUNG MAN
WILL BRING BRIDE HERE
The culmination o f a vary pretty ro
mance wax aolcmnixed at the Chriatlan
parsonage In Eugene Saturday, April
17, by Rev. R. L. 1‘utnam, when Leroy
Nendei o f thia citj and Mlaa Reaaie
Hawkina o f Eugene were united in
The bride, who waa raiaed bv Mr,
and Mre. M. J. Wade o f Clem, Gilliam
county Oregon, haa been the popular
teacher o f the Howell school eaat o f
town for the paat two yeara, and haa
made many friende in Slayton by her
The groom la the eldest son o f Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Nendei o f this city, and
is one o f the solid young men who will
make a good name for himself in any
position he may hold.
A fter a short bridal trip to various
points in the Valley, the happy couple
will start housekeeping on Third Street
In the Maag property In this city,
where they will be at home to their
friends after their arrival here tomor
Congratulations are ex
tended to them by all their numerous
friends among which is the Mail.
A revolver is a nlckle-plated substi
tute for bravery, which has practical.y
driven the original article out o f the
The revolver gives a puny man with
a 6-8-inch brain and the pluck o f a
graashopper a 100-yard r e a c h and
makes him more deadly than a Sioux
Indian- There waa a time when this
country had no dangerous animals, ex
cept bears and wolves, and life waa
safe, except on the frontiers, but now
vast hordes o f 16-year-old boys who use
their skulls for a dime novel bookcase,
roam the streets with cigarettes in
their face and portable cannon in their
hip pockets, producing obituaries with
the skill and enthusiasm o f a cholera
microbe; while it is at all times possible
to meet a personal enemy who has
been chasing you for a week, and who
is reluctantly compelled to defend him
self when he catches you by Ailing you
so full o f lead that your remains will
require eight pall-bearers.
are now so generally used in debate, in
domestic quarrels and repartee o f all
sorts that 8,000 Americans die o f them
each year, it is said.
TO BE SHOWN AT STAR
Yellowstone National Park Pictures
will be al.own a t the Star Theatre
Thuraday, April 2»lh These Are The
Real Views o f t h e National Park.
There are almoat 160 views o f this
most acsnic and gorgeous park o f the
These pictures will be run
with the regular program No. 7, “ Mil
lion Dollar M ystery" good Keyatone
Comedy. No raise in addmiaalon 6 &10c
A. J. Shelton, who died last Satur
day in the Salem hospital, was born in
the Jordan Valley, and with the excep
tion o f twenty yeara o f hia life spent
in Gilliam county, lived in that place.
He waa about 68 years o f age and ia
survived by a wife and three children.
The children are: Bryant Shelton o f
Portland, Mrs. Pearl Jarvts o f The
Dalles a n d another daughter, Mrs.
C. C. Cook o f Portland.
He ia also survived by his mother,
Mrs. Evaline Shelton and two sisters,
Mrs. Henry Phillips o f Jordan, and
Mrs. Mary Privet o f Washington.
A. J. Shelton was a good neighbor,
honest and upright and will be sadly
missed by hia circle o f friends and rel
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
25 Catchup reduced to
5c Yeast now only
10% off on all Shoes
50c Royal Bak. Pow.
10 % off on all Hats
4 Boxes of matches for
5 Gallons Coal oil
Popular odors in perfumes
The Purola Line
“ Deliciously Fragrant” The last word m perfumery, Come in
end get a trial order, you will like it.
Sloper’s Drug Store
V. DARE SLOPER
Mrs. H. Lilly has returned home a f
ter a week’s visit with relatives in Cor
Music by Orchestra
Opening Addrets by Paat tiranti Master
. " A Boy’s Ideal’ ’
. “ A Wild White Rose”
Mrs. J. P. Wilbur
. . .
Music by Orchestra
Principal Address by Grand Warden
Henry S. Westbrook
S o l o ..............................“ They All Love Jack” (Adams)
Stanley A. Starr
STAYTON WIU. PLAY
LINCOLN NEXT SUNDAY
The Stayton base ball team has made
complete plans for the opening gxmu
o f the season at the home grounds in
Stayton, with the Lincoln team on Sun
day, April 25.
All who are interested in the Nation
al pastime should turn out and give the
trays a good start toward success.
They not only need your two-bits,
expenses must be met, but they need
your presence and encouragement.
The Stayton Mail, as usual, has made
arrangements to give its readers full
information, o f the games to be played
this summer, and the descriptions will
be plentifully sprinkled with good base
ball cartoons that may find your weak
point but won’t hurt. much.
Remember the first game Sunday,
! April 25.
LOST—A diamond, heart
stick pin between H. J. Mutschler’ s
The Brown-Petzel Lumber Co. sold home and I.ancefleld’a Store. $2.00 re
a nice bill o f lumber to Frank Kusy, ward inquire o f Carl Weaelowski,
west o f Stayton for the erection o f a Mutscbier’ s Black smith shop, Stayton.
Beginning Saturday Morning April 17 and
continuing till Saturday night, April 24
We are putting on sale a regular 50c bosom at tho
Special Price of
R e a d i n g ....................... “ The Jiners”
Miss June Kearns
Mrs. W. H. Hobson
. . . .
Other Prices- Small Light Broom- 24c
“ I'd like to go down south once mo’ ”
Stanley A. Starr,H. A. Beauchamp,
W. N. Pintler, C.A. Beauchamp
STAYTON DENTIST TAKES BRIDE
YESTERDAY AT 11 O’CLOCK
Promptly a t 1 1 a. m. yesterday, ’ ton State Bank.
The bride i s t h e youngest daugh
April 21, at the First Congregational
ter o f Hon. W. H. H o b s o n a n d
parsonage, o f Salem by the Rev. Jan.
wife o f Stayton, and has spent practic
Elvln, Dr. W . N. Pintler and Miss Alta ally all her life in this city, where she has
Hobson were united in marriage.
The a host o f friends and acquaintances.
The groom has lived in Stayton for
couple were accompanied from Stayton
to Salem by Mr. a n d Mrs. L. A. the past twelve years, and during that
time has built up a large and lucrative
Immediatelly after the ceremony the practice in his profession o f dentistry.
bride and groom boarded the Oregon He needs no other introduction to our
Electric for Portland and other places readers, and the Mail joins with the
o f interest for a short honeymoon trip, many friends o f Dr. Pintler and his
after which they will be at home to j wife, in wishing them many years of
their friends in the flat above the Stay- happiness and success.
BIG PARTY AT FRANK CREMER S
10 % off on Dress Shirts
10c can of Spice, now
. . (Selected)
Mrs. ti. F. Korinek, Mrs. J. M. Ringo,
Miss Marion Alexander
hundred printed invitations have been
sent out. not only in this community,
but to neighboring towns to attend the
A splendid program, which we print
below in full, has been arranged, and a
good time is anticipated by all.
Every friend o f the “ Three Links’ ’
as well as members o f the order is cor
dially invited to attend this function.
C. P. Burmister
C A S H P R IC E S
W. H. Hobson
Thomas Hirst, in charge o f the J. M.
Ringo undertaking establishment, has
moved into the Roy house on Third St.
directly opposite the Undertaking Par-
lori, m order to be more centrally lo
cated. Mr. Hirst wishes to say to the
people o f Stayton and vicinity that he
hopes that no one will hesitate to call
him at any hour o f the night in time o f
bereavement, instead o f waiting till
morning as is often the case, for much
good can result from prompt treat
ment o f the dead, while, delay is ex
tremely harmful. No extra charges are
made for night calls, it being only a
matter c? personal interest, he takes in
the work in order to bring about the
best possible results.
Mr. Hirst hopes to see embalming
more generally practiced here than it
is now as a preservative and sanitary
Next Monday, April 26 will occur
the 96th anniversary o f the introduc
tion o f Oddfellowship into A merica,
and the local order, Stayton l.odge No.
64, has been busy for aeveral weeks
preparing to observe the date in a fit
The lodge room will be prettily deco
rated, and seats provided for several
hundred people, in fact nearly four
O r a t i o n .......................“ We Must Reform ”
Dick Richardson, Joe Fisher a n d
Henry Smith calked up their boat and
Aoated down to Stringtown on a fishing
trip last Sunday.
They made a nice
Geo. Bell, wife and a o n motored
catch ami got homo in the evening with
down from Sublimity Tuesday.
ODD FELLOWS WILL HOLD ANNI
VERSARY HERE ON MONDAY
A. J. SHELTON
Serial No. 997
STAYTO N , MARION COUNTY, ORFGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1915.
^ 1 st Year, No. 13.
About seventy-five friends, relatives
and neighbors gathered at the Frank
Cremer home on the Fern Ridge road
last night and had a good old-fashioned
party. Dancing, cards and luncheon
kept them all there until a late hour,
when they started for home thanking
the host and hostess for their hospital
Those present from Stayton were: P.
Deidrich and family, Cap Cremer, Miss
Dora Smith, Annie and Andy Raescher,
Frank, Will, Jake and Minnie Keroer,
Charlie, Leo, Mary and Leona Frank
and Dan Doll and wife.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
The members of the Stayton Co-oper
ative Switchboard Association a r e
hereby notified that the annual election
for the purpose o f electing a Board of
Directors o f five members, and for
any other business that may come be
fore the annual election, will bo held at
the City Hall, Stayton, Oregon, on
May 4, 1915, at the hour o f 2 p. m.
The following candidates have been
nominated: Henry Smith, I. J. Boedig-
heimer, Arthur A. McKenzie, A. P.
Kirsch, C. J. Hunt, W. E. Chrisman,
G. F. Harold, J. B. Jeter, F A. Bell.
Signed C. J. Hunt, Sec.
MAY DAY FESTIVAL
Bills are out for the annual May Day
Festival o f the Rebekahs and a basket
social as well as the usual program has
been arranged for, you are promised a
splendid time. Fuller details will ap
pear next week, as the event is to take
place Saturday, May 1.
The special meetings at the Baptist
church are being well attended and
some interest shown.
Pastor F. S.
Laurence is being assisted by H. E.
Marshall pastor o f the First Baptist
church o f Salem. Services are being
held every night this week excepting
Saturday. Preaching Sunday morning
by the pastor, Rev. Marshall will re
turn from the Sunday morning service
at Salem and will preach at the even
ing hour in the Stayton church.
A hearty welcome extended to all
these services which continue every
evening next week.
A large number o f farmers from the
vicinity o f Stayton, Kingston, Sublim
ity and Scio attended the public sale o f
E. P. H eger’s on Tuesday o f this week
Everything sold at good prices, espec
ially the cattle.
If you want result»
when you hive a public sale o f that
kind, advertise in the Stayton Mail.
Remember it has the largest circula
tion o f any paper in the Santiam Val
ley, and for a limited time you can get
it a whole year for 75c.
Last Saturday, Frank Lesley turned
over all his interest in the Star Thea
tre to his sonOliver.
While the younger man has been
manager for some time, he will greet
you with a broad smile now as both
owner and manager o f the Star.
Everyone wilt wish Oliver good luck
in Ids venture alone in the business life
o f Stayton.
Royal Baking Powder
Arm and Hammer Soda
Steel Cut Coffee
4 Boxes Matches
Cocoa, per lb.
3 Cans Carnation Milk
Large sized bottle Catsup
3 Cans Yellow Ban Milk
6 Bars White Laundry Soap
Extra small wht beans 3 lbs
Our prices are all reduced— W e guarantee to sell at Rice and
Phelan and Jones Cash Store prices—
THEY ARE OUR ONLY COMPETITORS
6c per yd.
G ingham s-
Scarsdaie checks: Warranted fast colors. This is a very serviceable mater
ial that was bought at a special price in the East and are offering it to you
at 6c a yard.
8c per yd.
These are the genuine Amoskeag apron checks in browns, blues, greys and
blacks. I f you will look in Sears Roebuck catalogue you will find they are
selling the same gingham for 8c per yard.
Why not buy .it this store
where you can see the goods before you pay for it.
13c per yd.
This is a fine close woven gingham coming in a range o f dainty checks and
good assortment o f colors.
The regular price is 15c and has always sold
for that Since starting out on our new cash basis we have cut this to 13c.
Extra Wide Ginghams-
(3n page 46 catalogue No.
12 l-2c per yd.
130 from Sears Roebuck
same gingham listed at 13c per yard. It has always retailed at I5e but our
price now is 12|c.
23c per yd.
This is the very best quality o f fine gingham you c a l buy.
We have '*■
in lavender, blue, brown, pink and checks. It costa m ore but lasts longer.
It has always sold for 25c, our price now is 23c per yarc'-
f 3c per yd.
The cloth that doesn’t need ironing. We have a very compi'e*® l*n®
ors. It has always sold for 15c per yard, our new cash store price is now
13c per yard.
R ed u ced
We are now shipping our cotton bats by water direct from factory.
doing this we save freight. A lb. bats - 9c. 1 lb. bats - 17c, 3 lb. bat* - 72c
These last are 72x84 full comfort size.
24c per yd.
Our sheeting is o f 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 it. We guarantee 'the quality etpial to theirs.
8-4 sheeting - 21c per yard; 9-4 sheeting, unble iched - 24c per yard; 9-4
sheeting, extra heavy unbleached - 25c per yard; 9-4 sheeting, bleached •
26c per yard.
Table Cloth Special
58c per j c 1 .
A very pretty pattern in a mercerized satin finish damnsk genuine Renfrew
for 58c per yard.
Mayo’s Cash Store