The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, October 05, 1916, Image 2

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    What $1.00 Will Buy $
Basket
Matches
Blueing
Coffee, Steel Cut
lo bars soap
Cleanser
Citrus Powder
Salt
ALL FOR $1.00
EXTRA SPECIAL
2 5 Ladies Coats and Suits
D IRECT FROM A NEW YO RK CLOAK & SUIT HOUSE
Will sell every one o f them at $1.00
above wholesale price and show you
the invoice,
UNTIL OCT. 8TH
Take a look at these before you buy
elsewhere. Last year styles which
we carried over will sell from $1.50
up.
Bear in mind we have sold
Ladies coats for the last ten
years and the other day a lady
was in our store and bought
a coat from us for the second
time in 10 years, because the
first coat she bought from us
10 years ago wore so well that
she never forget where she
bought it
We give you Quality, Style and Ser­
vice in the Coats we sell you.
Remember Dollar Day
Misses Coats $2.00 and up
Children’s Coats $1.25 and up
ALL
PURCHASES
SPOT
CASH
40 Bars Royal Soap . .
25 Pounds Rice . . . .
10 Cans Ripe Olives .
12 Cans Tomatoes . . .
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
12 Cans C o r n .........................$1.00
2 Gallons Syrup M . . . $1.00
8 Gallons Kerosene . . $1.00
200 lbs. Stock Salt
.
.
$1.00
25 Rolls Toilet Paper . . $1.00
4 pounds 3 5 c Coffee . . $1 00
10 Bottles Vinegar . , . $1.00
,2 Gallons Tomato Catsup $1.00
20 Doz. Mason Rubbers . $1.00
12 Pounds Ginger Snaps . $ 1.00
1 Klecker’s------ “No Rent To Pay”------ PRICES
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STAYTON MEAT MARKET
SESTAK
STAYTON DAIRY
&
TH OM AS,
E. 0. Crabtree, Prop.
Proprietors.
Fresh Milk & Cream
Fresh, Sait Cured iMeats
Lard & Creanury Butter.
Delivered
Daily
Highest Market Price Paid For Fat Stock
Morning and Night
Lulay & Schindler
Contractors & Builders
TINWORK and
PLUMBING
Dwelling houses a specialty
Let us figure on your build­
ings
We can save you money
A good job gauranteed
Phone 77
Bath Tubs, Lavatories and
all Sanitary fittings— Farm-
ers-W e carry a line of
pumps, leader water sys­
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
P. 0. Box 198
STAYTON, OREGON.
Lyons and Fox
Valley
Lexington, Evans Bros, sell G. F. KORINEK, V. S„ B. V. Sc
1280 acre wheat ranch for $2f>,000
V e te rin a ria n
Eugene, $$2500 contract let for
glass palm room addition to hotel
Quite a lot of people from Ly­
Osborn.
ons attended the fair.
Roseburg will ship one carload
Little Agnes Fuller took first
prize for a dress she made at of beets to Grants Pass sugar
factory.
both the Scio and State fairs.
Beers & Vaughn also took
Gresham, Several «old nuggets
premiums on their sheep at the
reported found in P. R. L & P.
. State fair.
Co. gravel pit.
Geo. Freesh was in Lyons
teaching Saturday.
Walterville, 1100 acre Deer-
horn
ranch on McKenzie river
October 5 a woman from the
sells
for
fifty-five thousand dol­
W. C. T. U. will give a lecture
lars-
•at the M. E. Church on the two
THE STAYTON MAIL
Publiahed every Thurwiay by
Treat« all domeRtic animal«,
alac
E . M . O l m s t k i )
applica the Tuberculin teat.
Telephone 3x7
Otllce al Slayton Stablet
Kntermi aa acromi ciana matterai thè
poatoffice at Stayton, Marion, county,
STAYTON
. . . .
OREGOt
Oregon, under thè act of ongreaa of
March 3, 187«.
M. M . H K L T Z E I .
SUHSCRIPTIO.SS, SI. OO per year
Attorncv-*t-L«w— Notary Public
Addrcaa all communirationa to
THE STAYTON MAIL
Farm Iajana Secured
H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M .D.
Physician and Surgeon
FUNERAL DIRECTOR STAYTON. - OREGON
amendments. Every voter come
When a man has $1,000,000 he STAYTON
OREGON C. H. BREWER, M. D.
for we want to down King Alco­
has to be careful how he spends
- J . M. RINGO—
hol for good.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
it or his brain may be investigat­
Rev. Van Winkle will preach ed.
S t a y t o n , O regon
at the M. E. Church morning
and evening.
Everybody come.
There are now 31 vessels un­
der construction in shipyards
LAWYER and NOTARY PUBLIC
along the Columbia.
Conacicntioua Attention Given to all
In order that the Utah-Idaho
Licensed
Sugar Co. of Grants Pass may
Veterinary
Surgeon
Leital Busmen*.
Marshfield, reported that Smith-
compete on a parity with Cali­
Office
Rrom
No.
6,
Roy
Bldg.
Powers Co. is figuring on devel­
and Dental Expert
fornia refineries in shipment of
oping a coal mine on their Eden ^
Stayton, Ore.
Phone 3x24
its product, the Southern Pacific
Ridge holdings.
Company has applied to the
Oregon Public Service Commis­
North Bend, Keel for largest
1 have uatabliahed n repair «hop in
sion for authority to establish boat ever built on Coos Bay has
the Cooper building on Water Street
DENTIST
same freight rates from Grants been laid, boat to he 266 ft. over and will repair anything. Saw Filing
Office Opp. Laneeffeld Shoe Store
Pass to points in Oregon as are all.
a specialty.
Oron Weddle.
tf
Phone 2152
Stavton, Ore
now in effect from San Fran­
cisco to same points.
Roseburg, Installation of con­
V. A. GOODE
PAU L FEH LEN
JACOB SPANIOL
L. A. MESSING ¡1
Swiss Jeweler
31 YEAR
EXPERIENCE
NEW
j I
SCH EDULE
S A LE M -S T A Y T Q N
All work on watches and
clocks r mranteed for
!>
One Year
!>;
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S T A Y T O N -K IN G S T O N
AUTO STAGE
Try My W ork, It Speaks For Itself j |
( Located in tne Shoe Shop
West of the
¿ton State Bank
Stayton
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| FARM S
\
Oregon
Will make regular trip* every day,
Sundays included as follows:
\ i
SALEM l*IIO.NK W.3
¡J
Leave Stayton for Kingston 6:50 A.M.
¡1 “ Kingston “ Stayton 7:10 ••
Arrive Stayton
7:20 "
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W ANTED
List
i;
j YOUR FARM LAND ;
;
with
i:
! Geo. A. SMITH |j
Fare, King,ton to Salem, 75 cent«
Stayton to Salem 50 cent.
Leave
- Stayton
-
7:45 A. M.
“
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Sublimity -
8:00 “
" Aumsville-meet. train62 ; :20 "
*•
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Turner
-
8:35 ••
Arrive Salem-meet Ore.Elec.9:10 "
Leave Opp. Ore. Elec. Salem 4:30 P. M.
Arrive
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Turner
- 5:05 "
“ Aumsvilte-meet train61 5:20 "
“
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Sublimity
- 5:45 *•
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Stayton ___ -
0:00 "
Leave Stayton tor K;- Eaton 0 10 P.
“ K ingston" Slayton
6:35 I’.M.
or.t.ects with Motor Cur
t The Stayton Real Estate M m ¡[
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Joseph liummun
< *
Lancefisld Bldg.
::
F o r Indi«- nil h
t%UvA Tabieu
AtiKu*
l>ix-
“ F1XIT SHOP”
Wilbur N. Pintier, D.M.D.
NOTICE!
G. Cyril Watson, D .M .D .
centrating plant on gravel creek
The manager of a state tele­ mine will be completed and in
The Trover-Weigrl Studio will lie
phone system spends some time operation in 30 days,
open Saturday and Sunday October 7th
among his clients in the country
Marshfield, North Bend Lum­ and 8th. They are now located in the
towns and listens to what is said
Matthieu Bldg on Second Street.
by the sages who sit around on ber Company will install an ad­
the boxes in country stores. He ditional 40 horsepower motor j
gets xpreusions there to the ef­ served by the Oregon Power Co.
fect that the people have gone Two other mills have started}
too far in warrirg on corpora­ running full time, employing 125
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tions and the time has come to men. A local shipyard has re­
Having «old my hlarkamith buainera
let up hammering the fellows ceived contracts for construction
of
three
additional
l
u
m
b
e
r
in
Sublimity, and aa I am preparing to
who are doing things.
schooners and will i n s t a l l 40 moVc hwh ( v aoon, all account« muat he
horsepower additional in motors aettled in n few day«. 1 will also sell
my touaeh jM furniture and other ar­
Marshfield, Oregon Power Co. served by the Pov er Co. 125 ticle! Including blackamith tool« at a
plai s extension o f power line to horsepower more will be added ! very reasonable price,
within a short time.
Jatk Petrjgriua, Sublimity, Ore. 10-5
Brandon.
NOTICE!
-D e n tis t-
Up Stairs in Roy Block
Stayton,
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Oregon
A. BURSELL, M. 0.
Physician and Surgeon
X RAY
AUM SVILLE
Southerlin, a 50
built for handling
nanza quick silver
being reopened 9
here.
OREGON
ton mill to he
ore of old Bo­
mine which is
miles cast of