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THE STAYTON MAIL
H a * th e Lar^e*. Circulation of Any Paoer in > eS. *Jarn Valley — . C ove.s the Territory Like a ila^Lct.
STAYTON, MARION COUN' "
¿1st Year, N o. ¿3.
OREGON, » H ü U J Y, NOVEMBER J8,
Se. '.•‘I l\o. î(f 7
BIG SHOW AT STAR
CONTRIBUTED BY ONE
MILL CITY WOMAN
STOP TRYING TO FOOL
WHO WAS THERE
DIES NOVEMBER 10
AT GLENBROOK THE RAILROAD ENGINE :
"IVnnrsaee'a I’nrlnpr", h big: 4 art
Over four, hundred reaidenta of the
Gertrude C. E. Mason, ngod 29. wife
Geo. Keech has established his piling
January 11 to U inclusive ha* been
"You don't realize ¡wbat a p<-rv
<-<>ni<-<lv-<trHii'M, I y the Bcio Dramatic School District and friend* from the of Earl O. H# hoii , died at the Mill City chosen f«Jr the next show to be given camp at Glenbrook, 8 mile* from Mon strain you are putting on ih» man
Cfclb la to U- |>layc<l at the Star Thoa- aurrounding country were In attendance hospital November 10, of blood poison by the Marion County Poultry Associa roe, Oregon.
the cab,” said a Southern Pacific
Ire tonight, Thursday.
at the ofTlcial opening and dedication of ing.
tion. Salem has been chosen os the
Mr. Keech ha* a contract for about motive engi: oer tho other day to
Friday, November 19, the same pao- the new high achool lent Friday even
Funeral services were held in the pernament home for the »how, The 200 car» of piling, and will have work ] Ashland autorr.obi'e driver, ‘whi r,
ple will play in Sublimity and Saturday ing. The l‘r*t part of the evening wa* Methodist church Nov. II, Kev. Mc record* show that Salem attract* the for a number of men for some time. dash up toward a crosamg just *hr
Nov. SO, they will give their drama in apent in viaiting and inapecting the Cloud officiating. Interment was in iargest number of exhibitors.
Mr. and Mr*. Felix Van Erinen have | of his train. There he ialn hi* cal» e
new building. All expreaaed themael- the Fairview cemetery. Tho Kingo-
Salem is located in the center of a moved to the camp during the present , he knows that he can’t stop h.a eng'y
Everyone who ean ahould gee thia vea aa well satisfied with the conatruct- Hirat Undertaking establishment o f thickly settled district composed o f contract, and will help keep the men j There y o u are i n your autoir.ól
production, aa theae people have paaaed ion, arrangement and equipment of the thia city had charge of all arrange small tracts u p o n which poultry is fed up to the beat of their ability.
' speeding toward the crossing jn -t
the amateur flue*, and put on one of High School end with the manner in ments.
found to be most profitably raised. The
I head. You probably know that y
the beat ahowa In the rountiy.
Besides her husband, the deceased large percentage o f thia population are
Popu- which the achool work I* being carried
Mr*. Lena Medley of Turner was a ' are going to stop just at the edg •
lur price* 16 and 35c.
leaves five small children.
poultry fanciers. T h e y keep good business visitor here Tuesday.
i the track and look up and laugh at bk
At 8:30 all gathered in the apaciou*
stock, and many of them advertise.
He doesn’t. He doesn’t know but v.l,
auditorium and liatened to a well ar
They «re a live bunrh when they get
1 you are going to try to dash aert
ranged program, com>i*ting of an ad-
together in the show room, and are not
1 ahead of him. I t’» a joke to you.
dreaa of congratulation by Mayor Beau
afraid to open their doors to the work!
i him it’s a few secónda of the moat
champ. lecture* by member* of the Ex
I for competitors.
j tonte agony. Why do you do It? Y.'h-
tension Staff of the Oregon Agricultur
Breeders from all over the Pacific
; you see a train coming and know tl.
al College, a brief talk by County Su
i Northwest recognize the Willamette
you can’t make the crossing and do;
perintendent W. M. Smith and by Sup-
intend to try to make it—’v>
hs one of
A number of the ladiea of Stayton rrviaor John W. L. Smith of Salem,re
you slow down and give the
prosperous farmers was the victim of
met recently and organixed a "Birth marks by various citizen», and musical ( j( i n .
1 hut praise has been heard from them a most unfortunate accident yesterday neer the assurance that his train ia n-
day Club," the novel feature of which ' number* by Mia* Wanda Brown, the
Whereas, the year 1916 is .«rawing to ™*>«rning the show and its manage- at 2 p. m. when h i s team became about to hurl you into eternit ,?’'
ia thut it can conaiat of but twelve High School Chorua, and the High
“ I never thought of it in lb. ', l ilt
and for Oregon and these Uni-
frightened, when a part of the harness
member*, one for each month of the School Orchratra, it Iwing the initial
ted State* its months have l>een full of
T‘1C Salem Commercial Club is infer broke, and ran away. Mr. Richards said the auto man. “ 1 gutn-. -,
public appearance o f both of theae tile blessings of peace, in wclcom con- *st*nK itself in the baiom : how, believ- jumped out, and being a heavy man, those things in a sp rit cf deviltry,
Mra. Itoae Fullia waa elected preai- laat named organization*.
trast to the horrors of the great war 'nK ‘!l8‘ “*■
8,1 important factor in his left leg crumpled under him break can toll you one thing, thoi^fc, if
dent, Mra. C. H. Brewer secretary-
"Stayton ahould be congratulated," which has ravaged so many of the lass
of a more thickly act- ing both bones between the knee and never going to harrow up another
treasurer, and the first birthday meet »aid Count) Superintendent Smith in
t*ut* rura* district. The club ia con- ankle. The accident happened in Me- gineer’s nerves.”
ing will he to-moirow with Mra. G. I,. hia talk, "upon this fine building. 1 countries of the world; and
“ I wish they'd ali quit it,” raid t
Wl.ereaa, each and every one of us :
the Association hama, as Mr. Richards was returning
Brown at her home on Ida Street.
consider it the beat and moat up-to-date
•» ‘hat much larger cash from Lyon«, where he had taken a load railroad man. “ It happens a t:*z
The member* ao far are: Meadamea; high achool building to be found in any has much for which to be grateful, in-
times a day.”
dividually, and aa citizens of our conn- I Pfemiurr.s may be offered thereby in- of hogs.
Shrevr, Wilbur, Alexander, Matthieu, town of this size in the S tate."
try and our state, and
during a greater number of exhibitors.
Pcery, Thome*, Smith, Fullia, Brewer
Mr. Olmated, representing the school
Whereas, it is a time-honored custom
Wilh EUCh 8 weM known- anc, comce- Louis Tilze home nearby, a n d Dr.
lioard.told in an interesting and amune- for the governor cf the several Mates ! ‘en‘ man 88 Judge B. F. Keeny to Brewer of this city called, who aet the
ing manner of the trouble, work and to join with the president of the UnR- P‘ace the awards, and Sherrill Hem- fractured limb and put the patient in
worry to which the board has been put ed States in proclaiming a day of state- wing, assisted by H. S. ta rte r, both as comfortable condition as possible-.
BREAKS INTO STORE
before the building reached it* present wide and national thanksgiviag;
old time show men, to superintend the Ii will be perhaps a week before he
state. He said in part: "We know
Now, therefore, I, James Withy- show, no one need hesitate to send can be moved to his own home.
every stick and atone in this building.
their birds. The large, well lighted,
Early Wedneaday morning, P. M. We think we have put up a good build corn be, governor of the state of Ore and weil aired armory has proven a
Teachers training class Wed :esd
Heritiena, of Sublimity, who had got ing, and one well worth what it has
drawing card, as colds among poultry
7:30 p. m.
ten up at one o’clock, on account of coat, but if we had it to do again we
are unknown under these conditions.
Union Prayer meeting Thursday.’”
hi* alarm clock going off at the wrong could pul up a better one. Experience November 25, 1915, as Thanksgiving
hour, noticed a party riding out o f is a good teacher, all right."
Ladies Aid Meeting Friday aftorr-»
state of Oregon to pause from their la- j
town toward the weal. In the morn
Union thanksgiving services will be
Probably one of the moat pleasant bora and on tbut day tender thanks to
Junior Choir Practice Sjturdiv 3 j
Notice is hereby given, that the Sons | Mrs. Putnam desii” ; all chiWrc
ing it waa diacovered that the Ditter, surprises to the people of the vicinity
held by the Stayton churches Thursday
Hell Store had twen broken into and a wa* the assembly room or auditorium. Him who watches over all, for the morning at 11 o’clock, November 25th, of Veterans will meet in the I.O.O.F. J Stayton to come.
quantity o f good* taken. Deputy Three rooms of the building are so con bounties and blessings by Him bestow in keeping with the proclamation issued hall, Stayton, Oregon, December 10, j Bible School Lord’s Day 10 a. p i..
to be mustered in as charter members.
Henry Smith wa* out all day yeaterday I itru rted that by moving Jllding’ doora
In testimony whereof I have herei^i- by the president of the United States The meeting will be called to order at Prenching Service I.o.d'o Day i i .
trying to get a clue to the robber.
ihey may thrown Into one, thoa form- to set my hand and caused the great
Subject—•'Li-nftii'.s The Ci.ryn
! ing a room with a seating capacity of seal of the stir to of Oregon to be here comhe of Oregon. The speuker will be 8 p. m. sharp by the commanding offi- i Communion 12 m.
nearly five hundred people—the largest unto affixed this fifteenth day of No the pastor of the Methodist Episcopal cier, who will come from Bandon, Ore. Christian Lndcavov 0:30 p. rn.
church. It has not been decided upon for that purpose. Visitors will also be Preaching'Send
in the city. Another feature, vember, 1915.
FALLS AND BREAKS ARM
present from Salem.
where the seivice will be held.
new to most of the visitors, waa the
Subject—“The Authority of J .
All eligibles be sure and be on hand
incline. All seemed to be particularly
R. L. Putnam, Ps '
the chore date, and go in as charter
Nettie, the 10-year-old daughter of well pleased with this, obviating aa it
A marriage license was issued a t
m. ( ladek, wife a n d daughter, members. Entertainment h a s been
Mr. and Mr». Ed Kerber of tl.ia city does the danger of a jam on the stair
“ Held Up on The Jericho II
8ro ° ver from Lebanon for a provided for after the muster roll is
fell on a sidewalk laat Friday and broke way in ease of fire, as well as lessen
Ups on Other Roads” ..
her left arm above the wriat. Dr. ing the labor of climbing to the second coe of Summit. Ore., and Miss Katie week’8 visit with Mr8’ Cladek’s P«r-
sermon topic by the pastor s t I
Beauchamp waa called and s e t the floor of the building.
£. M. Olmsted, Com. Methodist Episcopal church Su
re'a‘*ve8 in . tayton. Ralph Tate re-
fracture and the little girl i* getting
It is the opinion of the writer that has been set for the early part of Dec. I turned
night. The morning sermon: *VvT
every citizen of the district i* and
Men We Honor.”
Will Winslow was here from Aums-|
ahould be proud of their new achool
The Missess Hamman rendered an
ville on Tuesday of this week. He
F- M. Korinck and wife returned
Mrs. Clara Pratt visited with her building and feel with him that the
Dr. Brewer »•eriurrned an Of -
was accompanied bv hia brothers, Jess l Saturday night from Portland after a apprediated duet at the Epworth league
service at the Methodist church last upon Mrs. Mcrna Sheeman at t .
mother Mis. Kirkpatrick In Aomavllle Board deserves the many congratula-
and Chas. Winalow of Olympia. Wash., month’» visit with their daughter. Mrs.
over Sunday. Mrs Kirkpatrick slip tiona it has received for its successful
Sunday night. There was a good at lem hospital Sunday morning,
who were renewing old acquaintances. G. C. Ewen.
tendance and the young people of the her condition is very serious, she
ped and fell on the porch at her home
and broke her arm, Friday.
organization are much encouraged.
many chances of recovery.
TEAM RUNS AWAY
BREAKS FARMER’S LEG
CHRISTIAN CliU k
Among Girls there’s none sweeter than yours
Among Candies there’s none sweeter than
But your Girl and a Box of Thompson's Chocolates
form a Combination Too Sweet to be described. Try it.
However, if yon prefer them in Bulk, they Y at
Sloper’s Drug Store
Also Caramels, Nut Candies, and
Frances Lambert r f Portland
Dennis Caldwell is building a
visited at the Branch home the house on h i s property n e a r
first of the week.
Clifford Harold o f Portland
Mrs. Schmitz called on Mrs.
was a business visitor in this vic
inity last week.
Nell Corder, who h a s been
J. T. Follis a n d wife were
employed in Salem the past few
months, is visiting relatives and
Mrs. S. B. Cole and son Otto
friends here this week.
of Jordan were week-end visitors
Frank Ferry was an over Sun
at the Curtis Cole home.
day visitor in Woodburn.
Dr. Caldwell of Salem visited
A large crowd attended the at the G. F. Harold home Thurs
party at Imlay's Friday evening, day evening.
and all report a nice time.
Mrs. Clyde Phillipi and little
Will Davis made a tmsiness son is visiting at the Vilas Phil
trip to Stayton Tuesday.
Royal W orcester Corsets
Average Figure, no side steel
Average Figure, med. bust, long skirt
Slender*Figure, free hip bone
Empire oust, no side steel
?.C J ’
Full Figure, extra heavy front steel
An exceptionally good number for those wanting a strong e n e t
Mrs. Arthur Leffler and little
Misses Mabel Walker and Gus-
sie Condit spent Sunday with , son and Mrs. Clifford Stayton
and little s o n w e r e Sunday
Mrs. Frank Wolf and Mrs. guests at the Vilas Phillipi home.
M ina Taylor Hoi^e Dresses
Made in full size of good materia! and
priced reasonably. We now’ carry the
extra sizes up to 50 in. bust measure.
Priced from 98c up to $1.87
Koverall House Dress Aprons, 75c
Fur Trimmings in Black a d Brown from 35c to $1.00 per y
M ayo’s Cash Store
M i s s Marie Henkel visited
Ripp visited at the Arthur For-
in Silverton Sunday.
rette home Tuesday.
Commencing Monday, Nov. 22, we will inaugurate a Pre-Holliday sale of Woolen Goods, both of our own manufacture, and the latest novelties in Dress Goods direct from the Eastern
This sale will surpass anything in quality and prices that have been offered by us in the past, and will end Dec. 1.
special reductions on all goods except contract goods.
apd in our stock there are hundreds of both to select from.
$6.50 dress pattern FREE on December 1.
Daring this sale we will offer special bargains with
Nothing makes a more beautiful and useful Xmas present than a fine pair of Lamb’s wool blankets, or a stylish dress pattern,
After Dec. 1, we will advance prices on all woolen goods 15*# on account of high cost of raw material.
We will give away a
Particulars at the Woolen Mill Store.
WILBUR WOOLEN MILLS CO.. STAYTON. ORE.
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