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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View This Issue
A b so lu te ly P u re
No A lun;— No P h o sp h a te
I.. H Mavì* «nd wife of North San-1 Mr. and Mra. C. E. Kramer went to
ti«m were in town Monday.
Portland Tuesday for n roupie of days
visit with Mr. Kramer'a mother.
Andy (Vrn>h of S»« et Home waa a
visitor hero « few . ay» thin week.
Geo, Smith, manairer of the Stayton
l'-VR t ircle, has a very unique window
Arthur Hranch a> d wif > were h< re display in the Lanceftokl building.
from West Stayton n business Mon-
Mr*. M. Gilkey, the trninef nurse
Dr. A. Kuraell. .......... id Mrs. Spur- hM ®o*ed from the 1 .nccflekl Bklg
lock of Aumaville ». tv m Stayton to-
«'.e F,.*ter heu»e on l*t Street,
Farmcr’a Union of I.inu and Marion
Geo. Kreeh and t'onr.d Neibcrt will counties shippol in a c a r each o f
report for jury duty at Salem Monday, ' »hinjrloa and land plaster recently.
Mrs. W. II. I(nlens and daughter
!>nra of Union Hill viaited Mrs. Rabeos
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. fornisti
Don’t £¡ve up
Tire t? Worn out? Rundown? M<>
give u->! Tal e Nysls Soring Tonic amt
you will fool letter than before. If
John Kailcy is visiting relatives here,
puts you in K' hh I shape and establish#- He was in the hospital at Albany for
your health on a rigid h; sis. $100 five weeks after hi. operation for ajn
large Ivottle at Beauchamp's Drug Store ‘ pendicitis.
\V. E. Ihomas was o.er fr. a S dtm
Mrs. Emma Glover was a Turner vis
itor Tues iay.
“ The Life Chain” S* tu*.:ay night,
S. A. Starr is a botine»» visitor in
Portland this week.
Miss Gladys Hill was a week-end
visitor in Mill City.
Best Fo-;r C\ linger C'jr in Esister.ee.
Full Floating Rear
Axle. Speedometer Driven
□ doge -B rothers
from the Drive Shaft. Vacuum Feed.
“The Life Chain”
See Mr. X, Who is He ?
Two Big Comedies.
A Big Show.
5 and 10c
-IH E HGNCR OF BILL JACKSON" A Blighted Romance
Stupendous Scenes in the
WILDS ON SOUTH AFRICA
Thrilling Escapes uml Wild Animals 3 other Heels
5 Reels See This Show Enjoy It 5 and 10c
“Always a Good Place to Go”
structicn is super
who know how,
For Demonstrations call at
For Sale by FRANK LESLEY, Stayton
E. B. Watters and wife of Fox Val-|
ley spent the week-end visiting his
We Are Almost Ready
PEARL WHITE and SHELDON LEWIS in Maaniflcsnt Scenes
A Show from the First Turn of the Crank.
Archie Bradshaw ma.e a business ?,
trip to Salem Mon i.iy.
T he Dodge Bros.
O r is Well Built
Jos. Etzel and wife of Salem are
visiting Mrs. Etzel's sister. Mrs. N. J.
Gehlen and brother, G. A. Smith this
“ Romance of Elaine
- r » V f - w . 'y i » . s 3 c . T » » a '« -
Jeff Thomas w is down fro n Gooch
the first of the week.
G. C. Eksman is visiting fiie'i is
»nd near Turner this week.
T o throw open the Finest Stock of HARD
W ARE and FU R N IT U R E that has ever
been Under One Roof in Marion County
Outside of Salem for your inspection and
approval. It will be iocated in the Roy
building on Third Street, Stavton, and will
be as complete and up-to the-minute as can
be bought anywhere.
Mrs. Bessie Klecker started yester
day for a visit with her cousin at Mil
Look over the many ad features of
the Mail this week. There is some
thing YuU want.
Henry Senz of Mt. Pleasant bought a
pure bred Holstein bull of Chas. Hot-
tinger this week.
Easter Postals and New Stayton Views
On Our Way
Miss Veda Young of Corvallis spent
the week-end visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. Young here.
Have You Seen
Emmy Lou or Mary Jane ?
They are on display at Gardner's Cash Store, Plain White and
with black piping and rubber Welted solas. The latest word
in comfortable footwear for Spring and Summer.
Also nice line of Fancy Dress Shoes, Men’s and Women’s sport
ties, men’s sport shirts, and a full line of seasonable mdse.
J. R. GARDNER’S CASH STORE,
What is worse
than a stitch in your back. Take the
tucks out through an application o f
Kexall Rubbing oil 25 and 50c bottle at
[ Beauchamp's Drug Store.
A new lot just in
Magazines, Newspapers, Tobaccos,
Cigars and Candy at the
These Prices Hold Good Until April 5th
A. Griffith and wife of near West
Stayton were trading with Stayton
FCUND—A hunch o f keys. Can
have same by calling at the Mail office
and paying for this ad.
The Best New Copywright Books at 50c each.
YOUNG’S CASH GROCERY
Sunday night, go to Africa for a
dime, see the wilds of the interior of
Africa. Star Theatre.
Z&C Green Trading Stamps
N n T I P F . Wo
discontinue the premium Dept, for tobac-
■ IW L co coupons on April 1 from an order from the
Company. Bring in all your coupons before that time and
they will be redeemed. We huve a nice lot of premiums on hand
Well Shod by
Assorted Cookies per lb.
Tom. Catsup large bet 2 for 25c
Graham Crackers per lb.
Oil Sardines 6 for
Ginger Snaps per lb
Salmon per can
Drifted Snow flour 491b sk 1.60
Tomato gallon can
Rolled Oats 9 lb sack
Tomato small can 3 for
Arbuckle Coffee per !b
Squash gallon can
Good Bulk Coffee per lb
Sweet Corn 3 for
Pickles in gal. jar per gal
Standard Syrup gal. can
Golden Syrup, Gal Can
Young’s Cash Grocery
Two comedies at Star Theatre,Satur
Mrs. W. H. Harlan and children of
Detroit are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Watters.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chrisman and
Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson of near baby of Linn county were viaiting at
Kingston were visiting her mother, the home of Mrs. Chrisman’s parent*.
Mrs. Anna Stayton the first of the Mr. and Mrs. John Sandner Sr. Wed-
T H E UNIVERSAL CAR
Tuxedo N igh ts
by Walt Mason
The Smoothest riding, the Most Perfect Stream
line body, the Quickest to Respond, the Best
Equipped, the Finest Finished of any car made
under a thousand dollars. What car is it, why the
OAKLAND SIX of course
$895 f. o. b. Stayton
For sale by
KORINEK & MIELKE
When the day’s work’s done, and the good old *un f
has sunk in the well known West, then I stretch my *'
form by the fireside warm, I sit at my ease and rest.
Then I take my pipe which is mildly ripe, as the pipe*
of good smokers are, with a chortling soul then I fill
its bowl from my glass Tuxedo jar. And I smoke at
ease, and my trouble flees to
the place where dead troubles
go; and my worries seem, in
my waking dream no longer to
have a show. And I say, “In
deed, it’s a noble weed that
drives all the ghosts away, and
clamps the lid on the cares
y r j that skid around through the
busy day. The worries and
woes and such things as those
in the daytime leave their scar, but there’s rest at
night and a- calm delight in my
glass Tuxedo jar.’
T he Ford Motor Company is one of
the largest consumers of steel in the
world—200,000 tons this year. The
great volume of production—over 500,000
—and the efficient Ford manufacturing
organization, brings production and selling
costs down to a minimum. T hat's why
Ford buyers get more car value for less
money. Runabout $3^0: Touring Car
$440. All prices f. o. b. Detroit. On sale at
PETER DEIDRICH’S, Stayton, Oregon