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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View This Issue
Has the Largest Circulation of Any Paper in the Santiam Valley—It Covers the Territory Like a Blanket.
¿1st Year, No. 4L
S T A Y T O N , M A R IO N C O U N T Y . O R E G O N , T H U R S D A Y ,
Special Attention of Time on Coupons
Owing to the feet thnt Nov. lit rum«’
On Monday and thut our ituillo In Stay-
ton !■ not open on that day, wi< will ox-
tend tho timu to next Saturday ami
Humlay, November 6 and 7. Be aure
and take advent»ir of the offer hi that
will be |>. ailively the laat day that we
will fulfill the rontrart on the roupon.
However we will Iw In the Slayton
Studio every Saturday and Sunday un
til further notice. (Set your Holiday
Photoa atarted row ai It takes time to
tlo good work and Chrlatmna is nearly
here, and we are alwnya buay this time
of the year. "A word to the wise,
etc.” Trover & Weigel Studio.
HIGH SCHOOL WILL
‘HIGH JINKS IS VERY
c ifrrrc c n if
Itring your cow hides and calf hides
to tho Slayton Produce Co. Wo pay
the highest market price.
Tho high school and the teachera hiive 11-11
L. A. Thomas.
arranged a program for Friday night,
November 12, at the assembly room o f
the new building for a reception to the HAMMOND-BISHOP
patrons of the school, all of whom un
invited to attend.
WILL SELL OUT
Everyone should turn out to hear this
program and inspect the building, as .it
is h bout to be accepted by the board
On the inside of the Mail will be
from the contrarli r'
found tho double-page ad of Hammond-
Tho program for t ie reception, sub Bishop, who have marked their goods
ject to change is as follows;
! to sell the entire stock in 10 duys.
By School; M. W. France of )9|iokane and Chica-
go baa entire charge of the sale and
Mayor Beauchamp ! has flashed the prices unmercifully as
Chas. P. Burmester the ad show*.
High School Chorus
Mr. Hammond states that he regrets
F. L. Griffin very much the fact that he cannot
keep hia Stayton store in operation.
Supt W. M. Smith
Read the ad carefully and act accord-
Miss Wanda Brown ingiy. It is reldom a chance to buy
O. M. Elliot, Supt. Salem j high-grade merchandise a t such low
ligures, is had. Be at the opening.
N O V E M B E R 4, 1915.
ullLvIjjdrUL M U M
s *u -
40 or 60 good stock ewee, any or all
of them. Alva Smith, Aumsville. tf 2
Serial N o. 1025
KICK CLUB MAY BE A
Cream Puffs a t the Bakey every
It may be « strange thing, but is al
The “ High Jinks” at the I. O. O. F. Saturday and Sunday.
most always true that a person will
hall Saturday night, given by the Re-
feel better if they have a kick coming,
bekahs, surpassed even that order’s
to get that same kick registered, ex
reputation of giving the best that’s go W. H. DOWNING WAS
ploded, so to speak.
WEDDED THURSDAY After due consideration, the editor of
The guest* were met at the door by
the Mail has decided to open u p a
a bevy of polite ghosts who conducted
“ Kick Column” , not for knocking pur
them to seats in the spacious hall until
It was crowded to the limit.
At the home of the bride’* cousin, poses, but in order to alleviate the any
The hall was fearfully and wonder- M r*. Otto Headrich of 657 South Liber- ingrown grouch that one might b e
fully decorated with Jack-’o-Iantern*, ty St. Salem, October 28, 1915, at 4 p.- nursing in secret. Out with it! Get
blaek cats, bats and other mystic sym -i111-» W. H. Downing, and Mis* Joae- it off your mind! Let in a little air and
bol* of the evening’s fen. A large tri- phine Holmes were united in marriage sunshine.
To illustrate, the editor of the Mail
pod in the center, surrounded by all by Rev. F. T. Porter.
The bride has been employed for sev has a kick coming, or thinks he has,
manner of bones and skulls, held a
eral years at the Salem hospital, and is something like this; According to the
large kettle for the witch’s brew.
After all were seated, and S. H. an estimable lady. The groom is per state law, the County Court proceed
HALLOW E’EN PARTY
Heltzel had given a short account of haps one of the best known men in the ings must be published once a month.
orgin of Hallowe'en in his usual happy Waldo Hills and has many friends in They are published i n t h e leading
manner, a short program was rendered. Stayton, who wish him and his wife dailies of Salem. Now we are not
About thirty m-mU-rs of the C. E.
kicking about that, or the price paid
A. D. Gardner, Jr. spoke very feeling many years of happiness.
Society of the Christian church, in re-
Mr. and Mrs Downing are spending for publication, as the Oregon Messen
of the wind that whistled down the
aponso to an invitation, aasemhled at
chimney, Tegai Karrhus of Silverton, a fortnight at the Exposition, after ger did, because the Messenger is a
tho home of Mr. and Mrs. T. L, Sun-
sang a couple of solos that were much which they will be a home o n Mr. “ cut price” artist, and like others ex
drs east of town last Friday evening.
pects to get business by cutting under
appreciated, Clyde Holier rendered Downing’s fine ranch near Shaw.
(¡hosts and goblins met the party all
a living wage, but we do kick because
Rllcv’s “ When the Frost is on the
along the way and ushered them into
the proceedings of the county court
tho mystic riU-s of the occasion
relative to this different Road Districts,
A big Itoidlre and u real Indian dance
At the regular meeting of the city tette, consisting o f Messrs Hoffer, PERRY WILL STAY
which comprise about 75 per cent of
added to the decorative effect of the
' council Tuesday night, the usual busi-
the publication, is not published in the
occasion. A delicious luncheon was
! ness was transacted and the judges of samr a couple of their delightful selec
or near the districts so affected.
served bv the spooks, after which all
1 the city election were appointed. They tions that were well received.
For instance, expenditures of money
The ghost’s dance next entertained
Union Prayer meeting at the Baptist : were: E. Roy, S. H. HeKzel’and Grant
thank’ d Hie hoat and hostesa and ac
the crowd with many st>ange and won
cepted an invitation to return again the church-Thursday 7:30 p. m.
In an interview with Joe Peery, Mgr. for r o a d districts around Silverton
last Friday in May to a strawberry Ladies Aid Meeting Friday afternoon.
Permission was granted to the pro derful evolutions and prophecies, after of the Hammond-Bishop Co’s store at should logically be published in a Sil
feast. Those present were: Mr. aial Junior Choir Practice Saturday 3 p. m. perty owners on Third St. to put a ce which the crowd was at liberty to di this place yesterday, he states most verton papet, and the same for any
Mr*. T. I* Sanders and children, Mr. Bible School Lord's Day 10 *. m.
ment walk across the street in front of 1 vert themselves with t h e numerous positively that he does not intend to other town outside of Salem. In fact
Salem should get only what is eoming
leave the city
ami Mrs. J. T. Ware, Mrs. Pratt,Miss Preaching Service I-ord’s Day 11 a. m. the postoffice.
es Nora Crabtree, Ella Williams, Cora
He says that be has made too many to them.
With due respect to the Salem dailies,
old, something m the very witching good friends here, and that he is likely
Phillips, Wilma Ware, I»is Kracken,
hour seemed to get into the blood of to embark in the same business in the the circulation of the Stayton Mail in
TO ORGANIZE A
Idris Kosaell, Maude Eskew, Nora Ca- Communion 12 in.
elders as well as the youngsters, and a near future, and that unless something the road districts adjacent to Stayton
vin, Myrtle Taylor, Margaret Schaefer, Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.
right merry tim; was had until near unforeseen happens he is going to still is many times greater than both the
Coral Smuck, Frances Kirsh, Leona
midnight, eating pumpkin pie, drink be in the game and sell the newest and Salem dailies combined.
Saminer, Messrs. Tom and John Tay Theme—“ Sowing and Reaping”
Having got that off our chest, one of
cider, going through the ‘‘Chamber most up-to-date clothes obtainable.
lor, Louis Kearns, Frank Teague, Paul
The pastor of the Christian church of Horrors” , where so many thrills
and Frank Kirsch, Alfred llurrling, ship with us.
We certainly hope this is true for we our subscribers asks us to register a
R. L. Putnam, Pastor. and his wife are arranging plans where were encountered that it would make hat« to lose a good live merchant and kick about the automobile license. Al
Gene Ware, Emsy Thomas Calvin
most $1000 is paid into the state treas
by a junior congregation can be organi cold chills run up and down the spine also a good family.
Bracken, Norwood Eskew and Cecil
ury for auto license from Stayton anti
zed and in order to do this a choir is of a plaster-of-Paris monkey.
vicinity adjacent to Stayton. Not a single
The fortune telling corner was well
The Garden R»ad Busy Club rame up needed.
cent of that money has ever been spec i
Mrs. Putnam desires t o meet all p«t*<.tize<r, and many a fair maid found
from Salem Tuesday afternoon a n d
PEARS AND APPLES
on a road leading into Stayton. Funny
j met with Mrs. Ed Young, who is a children of Junior age at the church out to a dead certainty Who’s Who.
I member of that organization. As the building o n Saturday afternoon at 3 Later i n the evening a Kangaroo
Be very careful who fills them
! duy was not a very agreeable one not o’clock. Parents arc asked to co-oper- Court was held, presid«*! over by Judge
C. W. Steward, who lives up Meha-
Don’t y°u think jt about tinae 1 •
Take no chances when adminiati-ring
many came as was expected, al ste with her by seeing that their child- j Keech. C. A. Beauchamp was indicted ma way, bought a box of fine pears to ! make a ki"k about the preposition? D«
for kissing the “ Blarney stone” out the Mail office yesterday. The pears i >'ou ,ike it? What are y°u K°in«
medicine to the sick.
though about 20 women made the trip ren attend this meeting.
of season, and was fined 10c and sen are of the Berwin de-Clancy variety ab°ut- H?
Inferior medicines never saved a life, in autos. The afternoon was spent in
tenced to cut ail the stove wood for his and are large and lucicus.
! Write and give us your opinion :.-i
satisfied a scientific physician or hia chatting a n d needlework. A light
wife for a week. Jim Gardner was
patient. We use t h e best medical lunch was Rerved by Mrs. Young about
S. H. Burson also presented the Mail > hese or anY other subject you v.
accused of trying to drink dishwater force with a nice box of Bellflower ap- aired- We will not publish your n» me
preparations that the market affords, 3:30 after which all departed voting
with the aid of a pitchfork and the pies, which were much appreciated.
unless you want us to. but you mu l
In doing so we are serving the best in that she was a delightful hostess.
' Politeness costs nothing and is a
testimony brought out the fact th at,
j sign your right name to the ir.i.:"--
terests of the doctor, the patient and
good investment. Politeness is a
the dishwater had considerable suds on
sort of guard which covers the rough
the top. He was fined and sentenced
The revival meeting at North Santi- I
Bring your prescriptions to us.
A I-rank Answer.
rdges of our character and prevents
to build fires every morning for ten am held by R. L. Morton, evangelist, I
Beauchamp's Drug Store
“John Jones." said the magistrate,
their wou' ding others. W e should
Gus Eksman was arrested later and R. L. Putnam, song leader closed
LOOK! Be Sure to bring VOi'.l’
The RhXALL Store
with severity, "you are charged with
nevei throw it off. even in our con
in a maudlin condition and last Sunday evening.
The services ; coupon S a tu rd a y n ig h t an d sa , t,
habitual dninkenn’ Hs. What have yon
flicts with coarse people.— Joubert.
trying to make love to one of the fe -! have done much good in the community |
Mrs. G. F. Korinek spent the week to offer In excuse for your offense7”
male jack-’o-lanterns, but he escaped and Mr. Putnam will p relchT herT 'in j 10 c e n t s - r S t a r T h e a t r e .
Weighing Nebula (ias.
end visiting at the G. C. Ewen home in
By studying the* light omitted by a
elsewhere in this issue.
It was some time, you’d ought to have afternoon.
Innilnitn* gas It Is possible by purely been there.
optical method* to determine the torn-
The Rebekahs wish to thank all those
|M>mture of the gas and nlso Its atomic who helped to make their Hallowe'en
weight. Observations on the nebula party a success, and everyone for their
in Orion hnve been pursued since 1911. presence and patronage.
By studying the lines In the sjieetruni
of the nebula, which are due to hydro
gen. It appears that the temperate.re
Average Figure. no side steel
of the hydrogen In the nebula Isaliout
l.'.lioo degrees. The double ultra vio
The I.iltle Boy—Mamma, who I* Miss
let line, which Is attributed to the hy Columbia? Tho Mother-Uncle Sam's
pothetical gas called "nebullutn.” gives attiulty.—Life.
Empire bust, no side steel
as the atomic weight of this unknown
t;ot:cn íjc c c *
Full Figure, extra heavy front steel
gas the figure 3. A strong green ray.
One > cd of c< timi will, in ordinary
An exceptionally good number for those wanting a strong corset
which Is also due to an unknown gas. conditions, produce 4O.000.000.0Û0 seeds
gives the figure 2 for Its atomic weight in six years.
Like the Real Thing.
A Spoiled Joke.
The Operator-1 can't do anything
"I put my foot in it today.”
Mina Taylor House Dresses
“Got you. Bought a new pair of with this film. It hacks up and halts
Because she is receiving a big box of our candy,
every time I run It through the pro- j
shoes." Baltimore American.
Made in full size of good material and
for she has tasted it before and knows what a treat it
Jei'tor. The Manager»-They're getting i
To Munch a V per.
priced reasonably. We now carry the
Though the prescription seems to
is. We invite you to come in and take home a box the
have disappeared from the phurmneo- ville Tennesseean.
extra sizes up to 50 in. bust measure.
next time you are down our way, and if you have nev I*H'la of modern "beauty specialists,” It
Priced from 98c up to $1.87
was for centuries notorious that to
Koverall House Dress Aprons, 75c
er eaten any before, you will be surprised at its excel feed on snake meat was the way to Varti-ose veins are a dilation and
again, or any other swelling, all that lower extremities. They are caused h>
Fur Trimmings in Black and Brown from 35c to $1.00 per yd.
was necessary was to munch n viper, l o great pressure of the veins involv-
from the tall up, as It might, be a stick c 1 or by the weakening of the thin
of celery, while yet another snake. If ■» ills. They are brought on by a weak
eaten, conferred the power of under .rculatKm. Interference with the re
standing all the tongues of birds.—Ex turn flow by tumors, overloaded bow
els, long standing and overstrain.
Royal W orcester Corsets
Sloper’s Drug Store
W O O LEN
M ayo’s Cash Store
M IL L S IT E M S
Last week we told you where the Woolen Mill Store was located and what it contained, where it came from, and where it went to, and the response to our “ Ad”
was appreciated in increased patronage of many satisfied customomers. Woolen goods will be higher in the near future without a doubt, WHY? three reasons, high
priced wool, an immense foreign demand for cloth and blankets, ard a shortage of raw material.
Woolen Mills, who have already done so.
ccme, and profit by this advance information.
Caps, in WOOL, we have it, at the right price.
Soon we will be compelled to advance our prices along with other
Now is the best time to secure your supply of woolen goods for winter’s use before the raise in prices, which are sure to
If it’s Illankets. Wool Comforters, Mackinaws, Shirts, Sox, Stockings, Underwear, Flannels, Dress Goods, Sweaters
Come and look us over NOW........................ ................................................W’ilbur Woolen Mills Co., Stayton, Oregon.
If it’ s made o f W ool, we make it.