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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1916)
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Dollar Day, Saturday, ©ct. 7th
5 pounds Pea Berry Coffe 33c grade
36 Bars Swifts Naptha Soap
32 Cigars, your choice
28 Boxes of Matches *
12 pounds Bulk Crackers
5 Packages Liberty Oats, 25c size
16 Pounds Lima Beans
16 Pounds Red Beans
2 Gallons Corn Syrup
Young’s 6ash Grocery
E v e r y Home can have
a Musical Instrument
Saturday, Oct. 7th
Wonâerful Valut» In Piano». Plafftr Piano» m 9
Talhini Machine». EU
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easy paym ent term » p l.t e the b est •
■Uiaicat i n .t n u n r n t . w ilh in e v e ry -
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hill o u t th e coupon
o r w rite lo t catalogues
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Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ray, Ed
na Ray and Mrs. Roxie Shank
motored to Salem Tuesday.
Chester Boyer of Albany was
a week-end visitor at G.H.Ray’s.
II. R. Shank made a business
trip to Mill City Monday.
Miss Hazel Downing visited at
the Lee Downing home Sunday.
Frank Flatman and wife of
Jordan made a pleasant call at
the M tb . Roxie Shank home Fri
Frank Mosier called at W. R.
Fred Smith and Ernest Knapp
; Bpent Sunday with Melvin Shank.
Miss Anna Miles of Salem came
Friday to assume her duties as
teacher of t h e M t Pleasant
school. Several new pupils have
enrolled, which makes a very
good showing 'fo r the coming
Ed Smith and wife and Mrs.
Howard Montgomery and daugh
ter and Miss Wilma were Sunday
visitors at H. R. Shank’s.
Frank Habberman motored to
A large crowd of young people
gathered at the Floyd Shelton’s
Sunday eve. The time was very
pleasantly spent in singing.
! Miss Elda Boyes was a Sunday
guest of Mrs. Roxana Shank.
Marguerite and Will Ryan,
Bessie and Verna Shank and Er
nest A gertkr are attending Stay-
ton High school.
“W EINHARD’ S GOLDEN NEC TAR "
‘W EINHARD’ S AMBER NEC TAR "
‘’T h e D rin k th a t S a tia fiaa a n d d o c , n o t In to x ic a te "
ICE COLD AND ALW AYS ON TAP IN KEGS AND BOTTLES AT
The <:‘ Pastime Billiard and Cigar Store
Adolph Heater started tor
sonthem Oregon Sunday.
Mrs. Wm. Rabens and daugh
ter Dora, visited at the E. E.
Carter home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Setvely are
the proud parents of a bouncing
1.25 L an tern
baby boy which arrived Oct. 1st.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Scott and
1.25 Post Hole Digger
family visited at the Mrs. J.
1.35 Gasoline Can
King home Sunday.
Miss Emma Peters called on
NEW HEATERS AND STEEL
Miss Edna Johnson Sunday af
Clifford Carter has rented W.
E. Tates place.
- ■ - OREGON
Mr. and Mrs. Morris, Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Geer motored up from
, Beware of Ointments for » Douglas county and spent a few
Catarrh T liat Contain Mercury days at the Charly Geer home
ax m r r u r y v.-JU s u r e l y d e s t r o y t h e sense
o f s m r l l a n d t . m p l e t c l y d e r a n c e th e last week.
w h o le s y s t e m w h e n o n t c r l n s It t h r o u g h
th e m u c o u i surfaces. Such article» should
School opened Monday with
n e v e r b e u. d e x c e p t o n p r e s c r i p t i o n »
f r o m r e p u t . t ■ pi v - t r i m s . o s t h e d r .m a g c Miss Bertha Oliver of Salem as
t h e y will d o 1 j t
fold t o t h e g o o d v o u
c a n p o s s i b l y d e r ' f r o m tl-em. H a l l ' s teacher, and an enrollment of 15
C a t a r r h C u r e , m a n u f a c t u r e d b v F. 3.
C h e n e v i: Ca., T - V l a , O., c o m a l n n n o j pupils, but as this is institute
t n e r e u r y , n r 1 !* t V ; r n I n t e r n a ! ' " , a c t i n g
d i r e c t l y u p - n t h e l-l- i l a n d m on* *u r- week there will be several more
f n r e s o f t h e s y s t e m . I n I r ’Vio? H a l l 's
C a t a r r h C u r e 1*«
" • u p e t ' h e g e n u enrolled next week.
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T o le d o . Ohio.
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M»*s. N. Johnson and children
tlm onlala fre-.
S o ld b y TV’ • •
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Mrs. M. Gilmour.
All those attending the State
Kingston Kinks Fair from this place report it the
We are glad to hear of Mrs.
Carl Titus went to Salem Sat I. B. C arter's health being much
urday after his wife and little improved since going to Ashland.
daughter, and Mrs. V. J. Phillipi Oregon.
, and children, who were camped
Mr. J. Frunk of Sublimity,
! at the fair grounds during t h e
who bought the J. Svancara farm
moved out last week. It looks
Chas. Schaefer was a Stayton good to see the house occupied
; visitor Sunday.
There wi’l be preaching servi
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mollett,
ces at the Kingston church on Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mollet, Miss
Sunday, Oct. 8, at 11 a. m., by Bertha and Ethel Mollet spent
, Rev. T. R. Levitt of Eugene. A Monday afternood at the H. A.
cordial invitation is extended to Thomas home.
every one to be present.
J. F. MIELKE
S p e c y y Q -e a t
oct . 7
C. A. LUTHY
J Dozen Interm ittent Alarm Clock $1.75
J Dozen Casserole Dishes
2 Cologne Bottles
i Dozen Cut Glass Vases
J Dozen Soup Ladels, your choice
1 I’a :!’ Silver Salt and Pepper Shakers 1.35
1 Pair Cut Glass Salt and Popper shakers 1.25
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PROTECTOR HAT 75’
Oxir 8 0 üs year.
Mr. at 'I Mrs. Dave Weaver returned
to their home in Wood burn early this
week R f t e r a few days vinit with Mr.
and Mrs. Kd Hamnian.
All $ 1.25 and $ 1.50 Umbrellas
$1.25 Ladies Felt Slippers
$1.25 Gauntlett Gloves
4 Pairs 30c wool sox
$1.15 and $1.25 baby shoes
LANCEFIELD’S SHOE STORE,
$1.00 DAY SALE
Sherman Jfelay & Ca \ \
SATURRDAY, OCTOBER 7TH
Alex Harold and family, Miss
Astoria, Youngs hay shipyards
j Christina Harold and mother now have 7 large ocean going
motored over from Quinaby Sun vessels on ways employing 400
day afternoon to the G. F. Har skilled workmen.
old home, returning in the even
Prineville voting £ 1 0 0 , 0 0 0
to aid in financing con-
Joe Gasner was a Stayton vis
of railroad from main
lire of Oregon trunk to that city
Mr. A rthur of Fern Ridga was by a vote of 36S to one, is g re a t-!
a business visitor at the Curtis e-t advertisement it can give
Cole homo Saturday.
the world that it wants capital
Clyde Haw'd came over from to come there and invest and it
Albany Sunday, and spent the is willing to back its invitation
day with home folks.
with an investment of its own.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7TH
8 pair 15c Children’s Stockings
$1.25 to $1.50 Ladles Woolen Underwear
50c silks, 3 yards for
75c to 85c Men’s Fancy Dress Shirts, 2 for
$1.25 to $1-50 Men’s Fancy Dress Shirts for
7 cent Gingham, 20 yards for
6 cent Outing, twenty yards for
$1.25 Umbrellas for
65 cent Dress Goods, 2J yards for
35 cent Danish Poplar Cloth, 4 yards for
1 lb. Can Schillings Best Baking Powder
1 lb. Can Chase A Sanborn (Crusade Steel Cut Coffe)
2 oz. Vanilla Extract
1-2 lb. Gunpowder Tea 50c per pound
ALL FOR ONE DOLLAR
150 Ladies and Childrens Coats
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Oct. 5, 6, 7
DOLL’S CASH STORE,
Enamel Ware Assort.,
Value $1.6o for
P ott’s Sad Irons, value
Framed Pictures, value
Alluminum Fry Pans,
Value $1.45 for
Dollar Day Saturday, Oct. 7 th
1 Line of Pillows, value
$1.25 pair for
Coco Door Mats, value
Lilly Hardware Co.