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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1917)
Gou: -ry Correspondence
We give a omipon for Rogers
Silverware with every Cash Pur
chase of $25 or more.
All Over The Valley
see cur beautiful articles.
rived here Saturday evening for
a few days visit with friends he
is stopping with the Ahels.
! iti fo- !;; . week.
Mrs. J. H. Johnston and daugh-
Mi CM!. Heater and ter Hilda called at the Perry
daughter V i. i:in, visited at the Bressler home Saturday after-
David L'.*t to rff home S’ mduy.: noon.
E. E. Trask and w ife were trad-
s ¡1 V ’ *
t l\u 'day night ing in Gooch the last of the week,
at the ( i s. Peters liome.
Frank Johnston was a business
Bell Hurt, who has been in bed caller in Albany Tuesday,
with ; ammonia fever, is improv-
Mrs. D. C. Abels and Miss
is ; and
i.- I i u 1 will be able White visited Mrs. Walterman
to lx? a l' ut again in a week or so. Sunday.
Sir. as.d ' i W . H. Carter
Marshall Stone and family of
and child vu visited at the E. C. Gooch were driving their new
Carter 1 me Sunday.
Ford on Sunday.
W. A. Heater and son Douglas
were trading with Sublimity and
Stayton merchants Saturday.
Annie Peters is again attend
ing school after a few days ill
W. A. an 1 C. E. Heater made
business trip to Salem last Mon
Elizabeth Frank, who has been
attendi g .-„-h *ol in Sublimity,
returned home Tuesday for tho
Albert Croisant of Me Cully
Mt. visited Tuesda y evening with
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The Farmers Store
c A P K IL
F A S H IO N S
A r e H ere.
Having bought early enables us to sell at the old prices and we will
continue to do so tor the next 30 days. W e have bought large orders
quit buying and are going to unload at prices that defy
A L L COMPE FI riON. Here we list only a few items, as space and
time would not permit to mention them all.
E X T R A SPE C IALS—GROCERIES
10 bars of Elk Savon Soap for -
6 bars White Wonder Soap
6 bars extra fine Toilet Soap
ORANGES FOR H E A L T H
Special at 10c dozen
Lemons» large and fresh» at only 15c doz | Golden Rod Rolled Oats» 5 lbs» for
Best Parlor Matches 1 White House Paint
W all Paper
6 boxes for 25c
A t gallon , $1.50
D ouble R oll for 5c
The snow- is nearly all gone
here, but there is pleny in the
Father Henry held Mass last
V e r y Best Q u ality W e b H alters at 25c each.
Sunday in the catholic church o f
Rev. Van Winkle conducted
Walt R. Heatc-r and family and services both morning and eve
Mrs. I. B. Carter were in Stay- ning in the M. E. church. There
ton and Sublimity Saturday.
will be services two weeks from
Albin Johnson spent Friday last Sunday and also Easter.
visiting with Guy and Hugh
Elmer Bradley is in Lyons vis
Hurt, retuniir.g to Silverton Sat iting friends and staying at the
urday, where he will work in the
The school entertainment given
Mr. and Mrs. Walt R. Heater by the Lyons school last Friday
and son Ror. .Id visited at Sam evening was well attended, and
a splended program rendered.
Mr. Stevely has hired Billy The primary department, Miss
Odenthal of Sublimity to do his White teacher, deserves special
mention in rendering the plav
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Scott and Hiawatha. The school song in
children visited Sunday at the which all joined, entitled “ There
Orlo Humphrey home.
is no land like Oregon.” with
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thomas Miss White at the piano Prof. _
traded in Sublimity and Stayton Kane playing the coronet, and
birthday anniversary o f herself,
two o f the high school pupils
mother, two uncles, aunt, and
a great grandmother who is 93
Mrs. Ada Tate and son Clifford Branford Kenyon, and Albert
(Too Late For Last Week)
Mr. an<l Mrs. W. H. Humph years old, all o f whose birthdays
Pete Jungwirth ma h
visited at 'the W. D. Hurt home Croisant with violins, met with
Friday and Saturday.
Dai by home.
the high school, “ Popping the Monday on his farm.
I). Townes and u He
Joe Gassner motored to Thomas
William Darby who has been
question” was well rendered.
Miss Ida Doerfler visited a Sunday to get his family.
Albany visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Heater
Elmer Histt and family have quite sick, is much improved. few days last week with relatives
Miss Hazel Lambert < f 1 -bun-
L. T. Titus sold a load o f tur
and daughter Vivian visited at
Henry Frank was a Stayton in Salem.
moved back on their farm north
sjx nt the week end with
the Adolph H < erhome Sunday.
Miss Bernita Jones spent the*
H. S. Williams went to Silver-
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rabens
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Fresh and week end with Leona King.
Quite a num ber of the Lyons
Mrs. Frank Hnhlierman of
Thursday to visit his son who
spent a few days at the Wm.
young people attended the dance daughters visited relatives in
is visiting with I: m * f Iks
Rabens home this week.
at Gates Saturday night.
Sunday with his parents.
Marcile Baker enrolled i n
Mrs. C. J. Seibe] returned
Wee blue flowers are blossoming
Marion Fresh spent Sunday Harry Humphry was in Stayton school Tuesday.
L-'Slie Townes and w ife '-’ailed
home from California Tuesday.
ail through the woods which show- with Earl Downing.
Hoyd Sheltons Tuesday even-
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Scott and
spring is coming if she is a little
Ida Frank spent Sunday after
Mrs. Bye and Mrs. Lillelind of been ill for the past two weeks ! in®’’
family and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
noon with Clarice and Alice McAlpin were in Victor Point is reported no better.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Shank and
Matheney and son Robert visited
visited with home
at the W. R. Heater home Sun
Leona Frank of Stayton. visit-
Ava Darby was entertianed a t 1
ed relatives here this week.
The Missi s EfTic and Zo
the Phillip Fisher home Wednes
Mrs. ( ha-. Peters and daugh
Mrs. Will Neal has deen under
j ai<e and George Schmitt m day night,
were Sunday visitors at F.
ter Mary visited with Mrs.
the weather for a few days but grubbing for E. C. Downing thn
A number o f school friends of
is feeiing some better now.
The Misses Dora and Maud
family visited at the K ing home Miss Ethel Wirth assembled last
Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Carter
J. T. Hunt and son, Marion, Sunday.
Miss Waisle Miles made a vis
anil Crystal Shank
Tuesday evening and marched to
and son Lyal spent Sunday with it to Miss Rena Lang Sunday at were Stayton callers Monday.
Harry Humphrey our local L ife her home, giving her a surprise
Mr. and Mrs. M. Burnett.
Mabel Frank is on the sick lb t Insurance agent went to Port birthday party, and so quietly
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sie.-mund
x\Ir. a . Mrs. I. B. Carter
Mrs. E. Coberly, teacher o f the this week.
had they gone about their plans I\ H. Lambert and w in . Mr.
it i ■
it the C. C. Carter Silver Creek Falls school had a
and Mrs. John Huber
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Downin
Thomas Gibson was a Sunday that she never suspected any
basket social last Friday night. visited in Salem a few days this
thing of the kind until
caller at the M. Gibson home.
Mrs. Man Burnett who has There were about fifteen baskets i week.
Joseph Doerfler called at the rived at her home.
been staying at the A. C. Bar- sold. Mrs. Coderly
Mrs. Henry Frank and daugh .Mellow Lawn farm Sunday even
There were some twenty-two
rows Lome the past month re $11.50 f o r which to obtain
Wayne and Willis Huberi Lyle
ter Myrtle were Stayton callers ing.
persons In the party and a gen
turned home Saturday evening. a few necessities for the school.
eral good time was had by all Lutz and Earnest Knapp called
Roy Jones made a business
Belle H ut. who has been quite The evening was passed by re
Parlor games and
........ a on MHvin Shank Saturdaj.
Mr. and Mrs, F. D. Fresh and trip to Silverton Tuesday.
sic’-: \vi h pnem onia the past citations, songs, dialogues and
Nick Senz was a Suml
two v ( i - is rapidly improving. drills by the pupils which was children spent Sunday at the* 1 . |
C. Downing home.
Elmer Rabens is the proud nicely learned, everyone seemed
each contest. Miss Ethel Wirth
A large crowd attedi ■< 1,.the
Edith and Ethel Fresh vis-;
to enjoy the evening.
owner o f a rat terrier puppy.
party given a t ‘i' i"Ben
: ited Miss Rand Saturday.
Mr. 0. D. Miles made a busi
contest and Coral Smuck the Thayer home Batuiday < cning
Lillie and Floyd S tager
i 11 Mrs. V. Philippi called on Mrs.
ness trip to Oregon City last
consolation prize. In the selling a very cnioyablc time
I Creech Saturday.
contest the first prize was won ported by all.
Mrs. Joe G a in e r and children by Gladys llamman, consolation
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rabeuns ; J. A. Burns and Mrs. Pearl
Mr*. ( • > W olf and children of
friday for a few days visit by Will Smith. A fte r lunch was
have been visiting relatives at
G >och • re callers in the valley
friends at Thomas.
served they enjoyed a candy pull.
Union Hill during last week.
V4 . » -, turda:. afternoon.
Mrs. Gary Neal called on her
Mrs. F. F. Foster very plea -
N ext Saturday ov. , i, March
Mrs. I ) . C. Abels was on the
sister, Mrs. B. Neal Sunday af- antly entertained a company of Titus were trading in Stayton
C, A. Harwood, (¡rand
sick list Monday effected with a
lady friends at her home Friday Monday.
Guardian o f the State o f f ) gon,
A. A. McKenzie was loading a
Used this kind o f weather will
! afternoon. Dainty refreshments
and who has been de gnated
Mrs. * aude Wilson and daugh-
were served and the occr sion car o f cord wood two days last keep the skin soft and smooth special Deputy Grand
t r Olg
ere business callers in
free from chaps 25 and 50c large
| was much enjoyed. The g.i ts week.
G > >ch - 0,iturday.
Edna Crabtree was
absent jar at Beauchamp’s Drug Store. G. R., and L. J. Adam IV G i,
To put out your squirrel poison were Mesdames G. F. K rinek,
>G VQ y'
o;de from here ex- A stitch in time saves nine
We Horace Lilly, E. I). Ali-x-nder from chool Monday.
J. W. Smith left this morning will lie in attendance at
¿end the public sale at carry Woodlark, Red Dragon and and Jos. Pee; y.
p i ct to
Mi s Ruth Fuson returned to to visit his son in Seaside.
ular meeting of the loclg, unOHl»
. . n. s place neat- Mt. C. and W
th e I).
Money hack guar-
Dr. G. F. K or ¡nek gave- ih l - 1 hi r school Monday morning from
Mr. and Mrs. F. A . Siegmund Fellows hall.
rs o f
L this week.
Beauchamp’s Drug bercular test to tbc cattlr* - 'd
Salem w here she attended a par and baby, o f Fern Ridge, were l the order are earnestly r. pi.'sted
Eimer Bradley of Portland ar- j Store.
the Townes sale to-day.
ty given in celebration of the Stayton visitors Sunday.
to be present.
Best Quality 15 inch Leather Halters, Reg. $1.50, Special for one week only, $1.25 each [
5 Gallon Never Fail Oil Cans Regular
$2*50 Kind Special Priced at $ 1 .5 0
Sweat Pads» Briddles» Harness and Sup- [
plies at best and Lowest Prices
GOOD A. W. SCHRUNK GOOD
A Surprise Party
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Nyals Face Cream