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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1916)
THE STAR THEATRE
Of 150 Ladies 'nd Cl.üdre v
1 will «hip h< g» frwm Wvat Stayton,
We ll «•» Iny. Sopì. -7
h n s I« »oil v e mo l>oforo that (Into.
L. A. Thomas,
Cider Mad« for 2 centi |x-r «»Iloti.
Stuyton Produce Co. Brui« vour apple*, i mile emit of Suo-
S. 1. Stewart
t Tuesday evening
for Astori» »her«* I k » II take m Grout \ STOCK GOATS BOR SALE See me
Northern Imal for Sen p'iunsciucu. Ho or phi • e l'h«». i^aytun, Stuyton, Ore.
will l«e gone »i'out ihrio weck» ui.il 9-21 X
will visit ae\oral of the roust citi»*».
He will m it I«lutivi» i t Gold Hill <<n
For Sal« Airedale dog, 11 month»
hi» n tam trip.
old. Good watch dog. In«|uire of Mra.
J , F . t uldWi.ii.
T H E HOM E OF GOOD SHOW S1
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m m Bw
For Sal« Hay mare, well hudt, grade
Clyde, ahout 1300 pound*. 7 years old,
The Haine«-Wi.bur Stock Co. drew at farm 1 mile south of Col* achool.
go »I houses Saturday a n d Sunday 9 2Sx
M. M. Meiser.
nights at the Star Theatre, and the
plays were appreciated hy the public.
The Stayton Produce Co. ¿a still In
The company went to Lyons from here, the market for hide* und pelt*.
where tluv will put > n their entertain est market price p>uid.
The Hizz Medicine Co. will
prob ddy bo the next attraction at the
Lott—a Parker Lucky Curve Foun
tain 1’en between Stayton and King
ston, Wednesday, Sept. 2«*.
Ni k Gvynier m l family and Titu» please leave at Mail office
Archer of Kingston, left yesterday
morning on tho S dem-St tyton auto
SALE B IL L S -a t the Mail Office. We
stave for Pendleton, where they will
have the largest circulation of any
attend the Round-Up.
paper printed or sent into the Santiam
Advertise with us and get SCEN E FROM TH E MUTUAL M A ST E R P IC T U R E , OE LUXtt EDITION
Loren Caldwell returned last night
“T H E HAUNTED MANOR,” IN F IV E ACTS. PRODUCED B Y GAU
from Brownsville where he has been
Chas. Clark made a trip to Salem
tor this week.
my health, 1 will sell my entire flock of
Jno. Peterson of Silver Creek Falls,
Mrs. Frank Dieters and children and 34, year-old hens, and 2 cockerels pure
Mrs. Ellen Caldwell was a Salem
was a business visitor here Tuesday.
Mis» Theresa Weinrich of Portland, bred. Ficial strain White Rock*. The
are visiting at the home of their par- hens are just through moulting and be
Paul Shreve and John Fehlen are ents, during the illness oT their mother, ginning to lay. Mrs. W. A. Weddle,
12 pounds white Navy Eeans
home from the Eastern Oregon wheat Mrs. Weinrich.
C. A. Silbernagel, wife and son Jno.
Brentford Kenvon of Lyons, came
were in Stayton Friday.
down Saturday to visit relatives and
incktontly take in the show.
For real bargains go to Young’s Gro-
Jos. Klecker arrived home last night
after an extended trip in the east and
Peter Dei inch made a trip to Port from a visit in Portlanp.
ant the first of the week.
Mrs. J . A. Gerwick of Cra
Byron Bates and wife of Scio, were Oregon, is a guest of Mrs. J . P.
bur this week.
trading here Tuesday.
Mrs. Ed. Tate of Union Hill, was a
Mis» Vida Young left Monday for
Stayton visitor Monday.
Corvallis where she will attend the 0 .
A. C. Miss Young will he a Senior
Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Brewer visited this year.
relatives in Salem Sunday.
Mrs. A. D. Gardner was a week-end
Plenty of Good Parm Bacon at visitor at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Fred Lau at Fox Valley.
Mrs. E. D. Alexander is visiting her
Are you watching the windows at
Mrs. W. C. Parry at Junction
Young’s Cash Grocery for bargains?
City this week. She is also attending
Junction City’s Annual Punkin Sijow.
Mrs. Leonard Walker and sister
were Stayton visitors from West Stay-
Mrs. Clifford Stayton and baby boy
left Monday for an-extended visit with
Miss Cora Tumridge returned to her her parents, E. Dunagan and wife in
work at the Blind School in Salem
Sunday, after a week’s visit at the C.
C. Nott home.
Sloper’s Drug Store
headquarters for all school books and
Plenty of Good Fanu Bacon at supplies.
Dr. Beauchamp and wife and little
Mrs. L. Kimsey and Miss Della Har daughter spent over Sunday visiting in
old left Tuesday fur Pendleton where Portland and enjoying the scenic beauty
they will visit at the C. 0 . Crawford of the Columbia Highway.
Threshing is finished in the Jordar
Frank Leslev, wife and son Wilbur country, and the best reported is on«
motore 1 to Scio yesterday for a few field of oats belonging to Frank Roh
hours visit at the Jack Waltemeyer weiu that averaged 109 bua. per acre.
I. B. Carter will start for Ashland
Mrs. S. J . Pressler arrived the latter
day this week to join his wife at
part of last week from Douglas Ariz.,
place where they will spend the
for an extended visit with her parents,
winter on account of Mrs. Carter s
Mr. and Mrs. J . P. Davie.
Jo e Dorovicku of Crabtree, stopped
a few days for a visit with Emil Cladek
the first of the week. He was on his
way home from Portland where ho has
been in the hospital since the Philo
math Rcund-up where his motorcycle
ran into an auto.seriously injuring him.
12 pounds white Navy Beans
at Klecker’s for $1.00, Saturday
Jos. Scstak and wife and Mrs. G. L.
Brown motored to Buena Vista Sunday
The Misses Cestak and Brown accom
Ice cream and home made candy by panied them home.
the Loyal Sons of the Christian church
at Young’s Cash Grocery, Saturday,
Mrs. E. D. Alexander entertained
the Birthday club at her home in the
west part of town Monday. An enjoy
When in need of anything to eat go able time was had hy all.
o Young’s Cash Grocery. Everything
lean and neat. Phone 1551.
Jos. Sestak and daughter, the Misses
Vonda and Sylvia, and Milca
H. J . Mutschler, Geo. Davie, Jas.
Fischer, Wm. Petzel and Lee Doerfler Roy and Wanda Brown motored to
left yesterday for Riddle where they Salem Tuesdav afternoon.
evpect to spend a week hunting.
Mrs. Clyde Phillippi who has been
staying with Mrs. Mose Titus for the
DeWitts Kidney Pills,
past two months, has returned to her
for sale at Sloper’s. Get a free sam
home at Silverton.
Chris Giebeler finished his threshing
Mrs. J . T. Hunt and daughter Miss
lelen, Mrs. B. Wagoner, Mrs. Clar- season Friday and pulled in his machine
nce Hunt and children of the Waldo for the season. Cap Cremer, who has
Tills, and Mrs. White and little daugh- been with him is now back in Stayton.
er of Salem, were trading with our
C. M. Holford repoits that his wife,
who underwent an operation at the
Ed Blakely has secured work in a Knoxville, Tenn. hospital s e v e r a l
rug store in Oakland, Ore.
C. A. weeks ago, is doing nicely and on the
¡eauehnmp and wife accompanied him way to a rapid recovery.
esterday to that place in their Max- Stayton friends will be pleased to learn
/•II. returning the same day.
Fire Proof Garage
The Sublimity Fruit Dryer will com
mence drying prunes on Monday, Sept.
18, and will buy your prunes or dry
them on shares.
STAYTON S TA TE BANK
Money to Loan
I H ave the O n ly F I R E P R O O F G A R A G E in tow n.
Store your cars w ith me where they will be safe. N o
danger of fire. O u r w ork has no superior in the repair
line. A lw ays at your service.
I Have Made Arrange
ments for loaning eastern money,
will make very low rate of inter
est on highly improved farms. Ho
mer H. Smith, room 6, McCornack
Bldg., Salem, Oregon, Phone 96.
T otai .
Capital atock patii I n ...............................
r n d l v l d e d prodi».......................................
less r i p e n s e » »ml t a x e s p sld
Indi vidual deposit» »ubjeet to che ck
Demand certific ate s of de posi ts ..........
T im e and S s r l n c s D ep osits..................
Notes and bills re d isc o u n te d ..........
Bills payable for money borrowed
Other l i a b il i t i e s ...........................................
W ill pay 2\\c a pound for
C rates Furnished
A t Y o u r Service
St ate of Oregon
County of Marion I
I, W. Kicharrlfton, Cas hier of the above named
h a n k , do solem n ly swear th a t the above s tate
m en t Is true to th e best of my knowledge and
w. ItsMiAltiwoN, Cash ier
Subscribed and Rworn to before rne thfa JHth
day of Sept., 1916.
H H. HKLTZKL.
My CommlRFlon exp ires J a n .
Correct — Attest:
th e clo*e
Loan* an'l d i s c o u n t* ................. .......... $
Ov erdrafts accu red and till sect] r e d .
Bond* and warra n t* .............................
Ba nking h ou se.............................................
f» A00 00
Furn iture-and fi x t u r e * ...........................
Due from b an k * (n o t reserve b a r k * )
Due front approved re*erve b a n k * . .
Check* and other cash I t e m * .............
U**h on b a n d .............................................
T otai .
L ia militi m.
Capital stock papi I n .............................
Hmplus f u m i ................................................
Dmil Tided p ro fits.....................................
less expenses nnd taxes psld
postal savings bank deposits ............
[«•pi»!Is due ■Hate T r e a s u r e r ..............
Individual deposits s u b j e c t to eheek
Demand certificates of d e p o sit...........
T im e an d Havings Deposits.................
P. T. Etzel threshed hfs first job
this year with his big No. 9 Birdsell
Clover h u I I e r a t Downing’s and
Kirsch’s. A yield of 4 to 5 bus. of nice
seed is reported to the acre.
Leo Rock and Miss Josephine De-
chauteau accompanied the Salem Lojua
to McMinnville Sunday.
the trip in Hamman & Stout Salem-
Stayton auto stage.
L . HT EW ART,'.»«h lerof the above named
bank, do solemnlv «arpar thnt tho «trove State-
men t Is tr uc lo tho beat of m ; kiiotrlpdgc and
8 . L. Hte«vari, (a n lile r.
bnlMcrlbed and aworn lo beforc me Ib is ISth
dajr ol Hept., luid.
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Notary Pub lic
MyCommiatlon expire» J a n . 2, 1917.
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J . Sheard, who has been a resident of
Stayton for many years will start, for
I.ong Beach, Calif, tomorrow, where
he haa-accented a position a« dyer in
the Golden State Woolen Mills at that
place. Mr.Sheard is wished much good
fortune in his new home by his many
Astoria—A. Wickerstrom gets con
tract for 24 life boats to be used on
ships now Duilding here.
Bend $80,000 hotel to be built here.
S ELLER 5 0 c
Cigars and News Steed
PREPARE FOR SCHOOL
BV BUYING «
P a ir of School Shoes
A LL GRADES AND S T Y LES AT
Lancefield’s Shoe Store,
Marshfield—$500,000 Coos Bay Pulp
mill plant has been dismantled and
machinery sold t o British Columbia
Bandon— It is claimed that there are
now more loggers a t work In Coos
County than ever beforc.
The New Sythetic Amber
Mouthpiece Pipe, Odorless,
Tasteless, Durable, Non-in-
Hendershott’s Gem Confectionery
Mr. and Mrs. Fuson and daughter
Ruth, and Mrs. H. Lilly motored to
Corvallis yesterday, where Mr. Fuson
will attend the Teacher’s Institute at
that place. Misa Ruth drove the car.
Portland —Union Meat Co. to erect
new sheep pens at cost of $35,000.
I \ j
of Langs Mineral Wonder and fortify
yourself against the coming winter ilia,
T otal ........................................
Hf^tp nf O rcg on r
C o u ii tf of Marión | ”
C. W. Holford, Stayton
T^ke a Couple of Bottles
Farmers and Merchants Bank
Phone 2183, Si
R E P O R T OF T H E CONDITION OF T H E
Kt Stay to n , in the Ptate of
of busines* 8ept.
C A R S F O R H IR E D A Y O R N I G H T
Fishermen-Ford Truck Cladek’s Garage,
Dance in Beauchamp’s Hall on S a t
urday night. Sept 23.
Everybody Professional Developing
come and have a good time.
and printing, and a dail
You Will Like I t
Place For Rent £8 acres, 6 room
house, good barn, good bottom land,
spring water and well, adjoins Stayton,
with new high school, possession now.
Price $175.00 a year half cash, half in
Address Stayton State
Bank, Stayton, Ore.
Mrs. Ben Korten and little daughter
I WILL INSURE your stock in a good
of Portland are visiting at the home of
Line Stock Co. against death from
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Klecker
any cause. See or write me for rates.
and other relatives.
G. W. Laflar, Salem, Ore.
R EP OR T OF TI1K CONDITION OF T H E
at Kleoker’s for $1.00, Saturday
REELS and a COMEDY
A Large Supply of Trunks, Suit Cases and Grips
Stone Jars, Stone Churns and Crockery
Ladies, M isses and Children’s U nderw ear, M en and B oy s
S h irts, O veralls, Jum pers, U nderw ear, H ats, Shoes, S o ck s
And all other lines in Men’s Furnishings
J. R. G AR D N ER ’S CASH S TO R E,
R em em ber I also do a General D elivery business