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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1916)
A Distinctive Reason
W h a t is th e c h ie f r e a s o n fo r th e s u p e r i
o r ity o f R o y a l B u k in g P o w d e r ?
Tom Smith was a week-end visiler
hero from Salem.
Better >ct your winter wood all in
before the rains art in
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7TH
A. W. Cornish and family are visit-
, ¡ng friem s in Sweet home this week.
3 Full Suits Underwear 6 Garments $1.00
Mrs. Pave Sloper visited home folks
at Kook Point Monday.
To read lleaiichanip'a Dollar Day ad.
$3.00 Doris Hat for
$3.50 Shoes in window
F. F. Muriel’s of Lvon*, was a busi
ness visiter here Tuva lay.
Fred Bilyeu and wife of Scio were
Stayton business visitors Tuesday.
G ardner ' s C ash S tore
15c per yard Figured Dimity
14 yds. for
25c per yard Poplin
6 yds. for
5c per yard Cotton Braid
100 yds. for
and Lampman are reshingling
Marble Crabtree, wife and baby, are
Matthieu house bn Second home Sunday after a two weeks’ vaca
tion .with Mrs. Crabtree's parents, E.
Mattel) and wife, of near Salem. Mr.
Mrs. Hildeshiem and daughter, Miss Crabtree resumed his duties as rural
Isabelle, of north of Sublimity, were route cat rier No. 1 Monday morning.
I Stayton shoppers Tuesday.
WIDOWS PENSION RAISED
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mills of Albany
1 visited over Sunday at the J. R. Gard
Under the Ashbrook pension bill re —
1.00 ner and Mrs S. G. Crabtree.
cently passed by congress, all widows n
of veterans of the Civil, Mexican and
W. F. Pennington and wife motored Spanish war, will receive $20 per
over from Silverton Monday and visited month instead of $12, as heretofore.
1.00 i friends.
This applies only after reaching the
age of 70 year*.
S. P. Back, wife and daughter of
Lebanon passed through Stayton Mon
day on their way to Silver Creek Falls.
PAPER GOING UP
The Department of Journalism of
Mrs. John Amort and son Merrill of the California State University, issued
Shaw visited at the home of her brother, a circular recently slating that in their
Martin Berg, and family, Monday.
opinion, if the price of paper advanced
j again, and in their opinion it would,
The boys who went to Riddle on a | fully fifty per cent of the small news
hunting trip returned Thursday last, papers would be forced out of busi
j and report pretty good luck.
DOLLAR DAY, SATURDAY, OCT. 7TH
25c Rico Mufflers
Read every word of the Mill End
Sale ad by the Wilbur Woolen Mills
Co. in another part of The Mail.
$1.50 and $1.65 Ladies
G a r d n e r s C ash S tore
You Can Buy at
7 , 1916
The Following For
25c can bi king powder any
l-25c p c ' ape ■ ats or wheat
flakes any brand.............
1 lb. 28c coffee....... ...........
5 bars Bob White S oap..j__
1-lOc bottle b lu e in g ..____
l-10c package soda.................
5 c boxes matches............................. 15c
l-5c package yeast ........
Dollar Day Bargains
“ IF YOUR DOLLAR'S HID AWAY GET IT OUT ON DOLLAR DAY”
$1 Johnson’s Sarsaparilla for Blood, 2 for $1.00
3 lbs. Rexall Cotton, regular $1.50 for.S1.00
3 Bottles Rexall Liver Salts regular $1.50 for $1.00
51 Parraffin Oil
50c Milk Magnesia
51 Hair Brush
50c Shaving Brush
$1.00 Nyals Hirsutone Hair Tonietf 1 f i n
25c Nyals Shampoo 2 pkg's
Face Cream Nyals
Pound Linen Paper
Nyals Liver Pills
i i Tüi r a Q
RECORDERS QUARTERLY REPORT
For quarter ending September the
Blankets at less than cost, and just
as good as any, at the Mill End Sale 30th, 1916.
General fund, receipts for quarter.
¡July 1, to balance on hand
3 for show license
A. S. Davie and Joseph Brewer “ .. 1Q
started for the mountains on a hunting
Aug. 4 “
trip last Thursday.
• « «J <•
Sept. 9 “
Mr. and Mrs. George Doll of Kent,
44 ^ 4 4
Wash., were over Sunday guests at the
“ 17 “ Taxes received
home of his brother, D. M. Doll, and
“ 27 “ Street assessment
Sale Commences at 1:30 p. m.
M. S. Burosn by Forest
Mrs. Salzc and son and little grand
As I am going to move to PortlatW shortly, I will
daughter motored over from Jordan
Tuesday, spending the day trading with
$585.89 sell my household goods on the above date to the highest
Warrants Drawn or. Fund During bidder at the sample room of the Stayton Hotel in Stayton.
You wirt attend the school Fair of July 3 Stayton Elec. Light Co.$ 58.71
course, and while here you may just as “
10 John Downing
6-Hole Monarch, malleable steel range, with hot
well avail yourself of Dollar Day Bar •* 10 J. B. Grier
Aug. 1 S. H. Heltzel
water pipes,cost $65
1 Stayton Mail
Geo. Spaniol is having the roof of
Small cooh stove. 2 big heating stoves
“ ) John Mileke »
Commercial Hotel reshingled. John
" 1 Electric Light Co.
Lulay is doing the carpenter work and
Oak book case and books
1 J. B. Grier
Jacob Spaniol the tinwork.
“ 1 John Downing
Sideboard, Library Table, Dining Table
Sept 4 Electric Light Co.
Gus Brand and family of Gold Creek,
“ 5 Stayton Trunsfer Co.
3 iron beds, springs and mattresses
Mont., who came to attend the funeral
“ 5 J. B. Leigh
of Mrs. Geo. Welnrieh, started for
“ 5 Brown Petzel Co.
Dressers, Commodes, Tables,Rockers, Chairs,Couch,
their home Sunday morning.
“ 5 S. 11. Heltzel
Cupboard, Power washer, and numerous other ar
•' 5 J . B. Grier
W. F. Klecker comes out with a half
“ John Downing
ticles, including House plants and flowers
page ad on page two that contains
some real bargains both i n cloaks,
Small wagon-cost $30.00
suit and grocery lines. Read it.
Water fund, receipts during quarter, 1
Telephone and share in Company
According to the Saturday States
man, the chnrge of assault against
$35. Electric Vacuum Cleaner
July 1 Balance on hand
j Oliver Lesley was dismissed by the
Warrants drawn on fund during quar- !
, grand jury on the grounds of insuffi
Electric cooking utensils and iron
July 10 John Downing
5 or 6 cords dry wood. 3 tons or more of oat hay
Wool is going higher, but you can Aug, 1 W. H. Meyers
“ 1 John Mielke
secure a bargain in what, you want at
Two Houses for rent, one of 9 and one of 5 rcoms
the Mill End Sale by the Wilbur Wool
“ 1 Jacob Spaniol
en Mills Co., beginning Saturday, at
“ 1 John Downing
the mill, and lasting one week. Read
Sept. 5 Stayton Water PowerCo. 107.34 T C D M C . $10. and under, cash. Over $10., a credit of
“ 5 John Downing
6 mos. on bankable note at 8% int. 2% dis
for cash on sums over $10.
John Lulay has finished Frank
Raucher’s beautiful 9 room bungalow Balance on hand Sept. 30, 1916 1015.21
on the Sublimity-Aumsville road. Mr.
Lulay did almost the entire work alone
J. B. Grier,
j and the finished job shows that he is a |
first-class workman in every respect.
Saturday, October 7
I LIUTI J.
j Chas. Gehlen,
i i. 1 1 _I f 1 1
Of Household Goods, on
$1.50 ail wool Smyrna
H U S I _J t'.'li L_s I
R O Y A L B A K IN G P O W D E R CO
N e w Y o rk
Mrs. Perry Brossier of Detroit was a
Mrs. Luster Sandman and children
business visitor here Tuesday.
REGISTER BEfORE SATURDAY
left yesterday morning for Sidney, A GOOD POSITION .
where they will visit three weeks with
William Vernon and wife of near relatives.
If you have not register«I yet, and
Scio were Stay ton visitors Tuesday.
can be had by any ambitioua young
to vote at the gehnrnl election on
man or young lady In the field of Itail-
Forty-four enthusiastic Methodists wny or Commercial Telegraphy, since November 7, you had hotter hurry, aa
Mrs. Kate Cnvin has moved into the
Eisenhart house on north Second street. journeyed to Lebanon Sunday in the A. the passage of the eight hour law by the hooka close Saturday night, Oct.
D. Gardner auto truca, where they a t | Congress it has created a great demand 7th.
the state conference. Rev. E. for Telegraph Operators.
Shirley Smith of Eastern Oregon is
Positions i Some papers claim that hut (V) per
B l.oekhart was reappointed minister
visiting his children here.
with cent of the voters of Oregon are regia-
of the M. E. Church here.
many chances for sdvsncement. It tered. Are you one of the the 4) por
Jack Johnston and wife were down
cent? Registration books «re open at
Lester Smith is working for t h e will pay you to write Kailwuy Tele
from Fox Valley Tuesday.
at J . H. Grier's oilier in ti e Deldrlch
Allen Drug Co. in Portland. He will
Will Hirons and wife of Linn county
; were Stayton business visitors Satur- school, and complete his course in that
25c per yard Cotton Serge
the E. T.
5)4 yds. for
J.00 , street.
15c per yard Percale
10 yds. for
T h e r e is n o a lu m n o r p h o s p h a te in R o y a l
B a k in g P o w d e r .
Mrs. S. J. Pressler returned Tuesday
from Salem, where she spent the past
Mrs. O. J. Sandberg of For Valley week visiting relatives.
was a Slayton visitor Monday.
Dr. Beauchamp reports a boy born to
The voice of the spell-binder is now Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stevely of Union
henni all over the land.
Hill Sunday morning.
FISHER & RICHARDSON
$1.25 and $1.50 Men's
Sport Shirts for
T n i s le u s o n , w h ic h e v e r y w o m a n s h o u ld
k n o w , is t h a t R o y a l ¡T aking P o w d e r is m a d o
fro m c r e a m o f t a r t a r , w h ic h c o m e s fro m
p ja p e s . T h i s m e a n s a h e a lth fu l fru it o rig in .
I t m e a n s n a tu r a l food a s d is tin g u is h e d fro m
m in e r a l s u b s titu te s u s e d in o th e r b a k in g
p o w d e rs .
J. P. Wilbur and wife were Salem
John Sint.- and wife were dofcn from
Sublimity shopping .Monday.
$1.50 Ciuett Shirts, the best shirt
$2.00 Hammocks for
T h e r e a r e s e v e r a l g tx id re u s o n s , b u t th e r e
fe o n e w h ic h d is tin g u is h e s R o y u l fro m o th e r
b a k in g p o w d e rs .
Dora B. Shreve,