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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1917)
ed and games of various kinds
furnished an evening of enter
This is Patriotic Week!
A numper of presents were
Ijist Last Thursday a repre left by the guests.
sentative of the Burroughs Add
ing Machine Co, delivered a short
D. Townes and family have
talk *o the commercial students moved to town and are comfort
upon “ The Burroughs in Busi ably settled in the house belong P o s s i b l y A b o u t Y o u o r Y o u r F r i e n d s <r-
FOK K V E K Y W O M A N
He also showed them ing to the Christian church.
how a complete set of books
S. II. lleltzel wits a StiU m vis
Mrs. Overholts is suffering
M. S. Burson, from above Ma
might bo kept without a scratch from a Potts fracture of the itor Tuesday.
nama, was in town yesterday.
of a pen and 100 per cent ac right limb caused by being
A. C. Vernon was in town from
L arge T high s
curacy. His talk was very much thrown out of a buggy.
Dr. near Scio Monday.
at A rthur l / tHer's several days m
enjoyed by all.
Beauchamp is the attending phy
J. H. Ktzcl, of Kern Ridge, this week.
Th irchestra is rejoicing over j sician.
was in town Tuesday.
for you. T hey accentu
W. Richardson and Chas. Porter m
the t'a.t that its clarinet player,
The Wilbur Woolen Mills have
G. K. Schaefer of Salem was a leave next Tuesday for an extend &
ate the natural beauty o f the
M vi Nippl . is now the owner] j sold all the blankets they can
perfect figure and correct the
of a lull set u: clarinets, so that turn out this year, so Mr. Wilbur
Miss Blanche Stevenson of Sa *
Mrs. C. E. Daugherty was a
defects o f the im|H*rtect one.
he doesn’t limit the key in which is compelled to turn down blank
lem was a week end visitor at m
Salem visitor yesterday.
the orche. tia is able to play.
W hen you first w ear a Royal
et orders, but is still taking
Good Oak Posts for sale. 15 the Dr. Brewer home.
scbct i is all astir this 01 ders for wool bats.
W orcester you will regret
Mrs. Naomi Silhavy Thomas is
cents each. Chas. Gehlen.
v i . k p itia rin g for the dedica
you did not know them earli
E. R. Powelson of Portland
sick with the measles, r
tion of the gymnasium, Fridav who has been visiting his mother
Mr. and Mis. John Crabtree
er. $1.(K) up.
at her home in Olex, Ore.
niyht. Thi Art class has been Mrs. C. E. Daugherty and mak expect u> locate in Pendleton.
\n I )!'»
High Price Paid for Produce
Byron Williams, of Happy
working esp- ciallv hard in paint ing himself generally useful Plenty of PI 1a Vitrol
Hollow, made the Mail office an
ing : bout o« : bundrend artistic around the Mail office for the at Sloper's Drag Store.
appreciated call yesterday.
litt’c c .ids, which are to be sent past month will return to Port
Theo. Highberger.of Triumph’
out to the
omen in town an- land Friday.
Big Assortment of
was trading in town Monday.
nounci :g the Basket Social,
Perfumes new orders just i M t
J. F. Robertson was in from
which is to given that evening. This Week
arrived. Sloper's Drug Store.
his Linn county ranch Monday.
The giris have also been very
For one week only Rexall
Miss Hollister attended the
Byron Dennv. of Coon Hollow,
busv making candy which they Sugar milk in lib. cartoons 40c.
of her uncle a Mr. John
To Reduce the High Cost of Living
are going to sell. In addition to If you need ary this is a good way a Monday visitor in town.
son in Salem Wednesday.
Mike Toe pier of Fern Ridge
this they are also planning to price-B eaucham p's Drug Store,
Mrs. V. Pietrok and son John
sell coffee and doughnuts.
was a Stayton visitor yesterday.
Go to Young’s Cash Grocery
of Linn county were business
The average attendance in
L a w y e rs on a S trik e
callers in Stayton Wednesday.
Miss Crabtree’s room for the Over 300 years ago one of th e most trading in Stayton Wednesday.
10c Hoad Rice, Gal. best, 3 II). 26c
W. E. Thomas and wife, of
past month was 98.3 per cent unusual strikes ever reeonled took
Ed Doerfier of Turner was a Salem, were here to attend the
10c Macaroni, very 1 h * si , 3 lb. 25c
twenty-three in the room having place In Paris, when all the law yers business visitor in Stayton Tues funeral of Mrs. W. F. Blakely.
Soap, White Flyer. 7 for 25c
w alked out. so to speak. A law or
Peas, standard, can
been neither absent nor tardy. ordouuaine was issued an d prom ulgat day.
” Kelman’s Nap, 6 for 25c
C. M., and Mr. and Mrs. Ward
That of Miss Marshall’s room ed b.v the French king H enry III. or
Bring your Mohair to Doll’s Cash Holford and baby left to-day for Tomatoes, large, can
Soap, White Bear, White
was 97 per c e n t There having dering all law yers to sign their plead
Wonde-*, Bob White,6 for 25c
veen twenty-five neither absert ings „nd to sta te the am ount they
Mrs. J. W. Ray of North San-
1<> c Ivory Starch, cold, pkg
Fred Roser who has been suf Raisins, seeded A. & L.
10 ; tardy
Mrs. Pratt 94.5 per were charging th eir clients for their
services. T his w;.s done so th a t th© tiam was trading in Stayton Wed fering with erysipelas of the face
cert with twenty having been lawyers could be proi>erly and suffi
Jap Rice, very best, 34 lb. 25c Matches, Blue Star, <5 for 25c
is improving Dr. Beauchamp re
ciently taxed on their incomes. T he nesday.
neither absent nor tardy.
yers objected, and the strike, caus
J. W. Jackson and wife of ports.
Those in Miss Crabtrees room law
ing an entire stay of Judicial proceed-
Citv were in Stayton yester-
Mrs. J. B. Yanllundel and
•ee ivir.g 100 per cent in the iugs. followed. P eace waa r e ttim i by
recent Spelling Contest are: the uoneuforcem ent of th e ordonnance, day to attend the tuneral of Mrs. daughter. Miss Katie, from east
of Sublimity, were trading in
Loren Lampmon, Sarah Cald- though It was n ot repealed.
wel', Theresa Forette. Rosa
Coleridge—The Last Phase.
WANTED To rent a farm —
Allis. Maurice Caldwell, Wendell
graphical sketch entitled “Notes of a nesday.
in to 80 acres, with stock. Ad-
Farrar, Wava Brown and Ella L ife' tells of a visit he paid to Cole
Spmiol. In Miss Marshall's ridge. then living at Hlgbgate. ot
W. H. Von Behren and wife of dress Box 2bA, R.F. D. 1, Aums-
-oom Cl as. Flynn, Marie Wed-
Aumsville were Stayton callers ville, Oregon.
th a t he w as au oid, iutirm, dow n
ile, Heit Pancoast, Lee Brown, b “(It
John Neitling, of Fern Ridge,
and Mrs. Clarence Jones anti
eat m an; (2) th a t be told me he had Monday.
Almi Fulton, John Hewitt, Har throw n overboard all speculative phi-
children, and Mrs. J. King und
J. A. Lincoln of Union Hill was was a caller yesterday He and
old Richardson, Ivan Kearns, losoi.hy hiding i-orfeoi saiisiai-tion in transacting business in Stayton John Zolkoske leave Saturday
family si>ent Sunday at the Phil
Cletu Peery, Madeline Wirth, th e first ch ap ter o f the gosjiel o f John. I Tuesday
for Sask., Can.
Portland where she resides. lip Fischer home.
Margaret Staab, Leo Lulay, Fred
Mrs. W. H. Sloper, of Salem, She visited several weeks at the
Mr. anti Mrs. A. Fisher called
Robert Darby, of near Scio,
S u g a r.
Fery, Sylvia Darby, Henry Allis O ur w onl “su g ar'' is said to be de was in town the first of the is a guest at the J. E. Sloper home of her parent J. S. Me on Mrs. A. C. Barrows Sunday
Elizabeth rived from the Arabic “ijukkar," the ; week.
home. Mr. Sloper is e x a c te d Laughlin.
Lee. an l George Mielke. Those article itself h a rin g got into F.urope
through the A rabian Mohammedans,
Mr. Hudleson of Sheridan, vis
in M ss Hollister’s room are, who overran a g reat p a rt of th e world
G. A. Smith has sold his 20O
ited with Wiley Angel and
Paul Stayton, Greta Ruble and in the seventh, eighth and n in th cen week end with her mother in Lots of Blue Vitrol
acre farm 3 miles southwest cf
family several days.
turies. According to Dr. Van Lipp- Stayton.
And Formaldehyde at Beau
man, a D utch w riter, as a result of the
The Will Alsman family has Turner to a large farmer in that
We understand that E. M. champ’s Drug Store.
Velma Baily and Lee Brown Arab invasion of Persia sugar found
been on the sick list this week. vicinity consideration approxim
have been absent from Miss Its w ay into Arabia, w hence again its ; Olmsted expects to leave soon
ately $15,000. There will I h ? an
culture was carried to Cyprus, Ithodes, ;
Mr. S. E. Kuenzli was a busi auction sale of personal property.
Marshall’s room on account of Sicily and E g y p t In the last named for Idaho.
rived the last of the week from
Gladys Rice of Corvallis is vis- Chadron. Neb. They will prob- ness visitor in the capital city
country the preparation of sugar was
Ben Schaefer left yesterday
_ greatly Improved, and the Egyptian iting her sister Mrs 11. Lilly for
ly locate in the valley.
accompanied by his father, Karl
Tne pupils the primary room product becam e Widely famous. F r o m 1 a few days.
Mrs. H. H. Chance and sons Schaefer, for Salem, where they
are very interested in their work Egypt the Industry spread along tbe
Dr. Brewer was called to Sa
and Roy visited with will visit a short time.
Joe Brand of Kingston v as
of making birdhouses. Several northern coasts of A frica and so en ter
ed Spain, where, nl> it tbe y ear 1 lliO, transacting business in Stayton lem last Friday and Sunday in Mrs. C’s folks of near Holley.
have already completed their some fourteen refineries w ere in oi>vra
there they go to Portland, ll.v ace
consultation over Frank Lennon
Mr. Preston Woods of Crab to LaF’ayette, where the elder
tion. Columbus Introduced su g ar cane Wednesday.
and brought them to school.
who is suffering from a fractured
Into tb e new world.
tree visited with his folks several gentleman will make an extend
Mike Neitling of Fern Ridge 8ku|j
was a business visitor in Stayton
ed stay with his daughter, Mrs.
Born —A daughter to Mr. and
Not His Fault.
Mrs. C. J. Gough of Gooch,
It w as the first ccse ever held in
Stony Gulch, and the Jury had sat
March 27. Mother and baby are
for hours arguing and disputing. At visiting his parents in Salem for doing fine Dr. Beauchamp re
Mr. John Mack made a busi
last they struggled back, and tlie fore a few days,
trip to Salem recently.
man. a tall m ountaineer, expressed the
The following program will be general opinion. “ We don't tldiik he
Chance spent several days
Conkeys Poultry Tonic Kill The Varmints
rendered in the H. S. Auditor did it," he said slowly, “for we allow
he w a’n 't there, but we think he would
In 25 and 50c sizes at Beau And protect the stock, squirrel
ium Friday evening Mar. 30th.
Mr. Me A Mister transacted
of e f he'd had th e ch an st.”—Youth’s champ’s Drug Store.
poison and Kreso dip is all you
in Portland several
Mr. Schultebein and daughter need. Sloper’s Drug Store.
StayIons need of a Gym.
M uch To o Late.
of Fern Ridge were Stayton vis The Odd Fellows had initia
Mr. J. P. Wilbur. The agent m arched up the front
Sherman Bros, have purchased
In Rear of State Bank
tion, a “ feed,” and a general
steps and rang the doorbell briskly.
“Good m orning." lie said, bowing po
Prices Same as Salem or
A. W. Schrurik of Aumsville good time Saturday night. Vis
Address on behalf of the city.
litely to tbe maid who answ ered tin made the Mail office a pleasant itors were present from other from Mrs. James, to be loaded
Portland. Better Leath
on cars here soon.
Dr. Beauchamp j ring. “Is the lady of th e house on call Wednesday.
er, Better Work, a
Mr Weslev )>a-f‘n?
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
“ Not now.” responded th e new maid
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lati, of
Selected Subject S. H. Heltzel brightly. "She in vd lo bo, b u t she got
Cornick of West Stayton a
P ay P a rc e l P o .t
VICTOR POH I CONTINUED
m arried more th an a year ago.”—Chris
SEW ED SOLES
Intermediate girls tian Herald.
and baby are doing nicely Dr.
A. A. Floo
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Humph
Troubles in Mexico
W ent Too F a r.
Chas. Burrows, Prop.
Brew- r reports.
reys visited with Mrs. Pearl
Bandits a id One Other
S u c c e s s o r t o Louie M re ein^
w hat m eans he had lost the object of dleton, lo r i .
Humphreys on Sunday. Their
from hi1-, farm north of Sublimi
“Alas,” lie said, “I flattered her till
John Steinberger of nr, r Sub ty Monday. He thinks the pros little grundso.i ( ’lair returning
she got too proud to speak to me!”
Basket Ball Game.
limity was a business visitor in pect are good s >r a cheese fac with them for a short visit,
Mr. and Mr°. VV. R. Jones|
oui city Tuesday.
tory in his neighborhood.
spent Sunday at the R. A, Jones
W hat is the difference betw een the
“ Patrio'ic Week,” ; s pro-
Mr. and Mrs Raleigh Harold home.
Ten Years Wedded ! bark of a tree and th a t of a dog?
A . C . E a to n
One Is tbe product of the l>ongh, th e ciai ed |, ■ he governor of the are pleased over a new son that I
Mr. and Mrs. W. II.Humphreys
oth er of the “bowwow."
State of regon.
arrived at their home Wednes
Mr. r n<t Mr?. Lura A. Thomas
visited Friday with theii sonOrlo, NATUROPATH and OPTOMETRIST
C. A. Luthy and family spent day evening. The young gentle of Triumph,
celebrated their tenth (tin) wed-
Office North of Beauchamp'* Uruit
Bounder—I took you home the other Sunday with the FT G. Siegmur.d man hss been named Vilas.
dng anniversary Saturday even- ulgbt. R ounder—Yes. and then, you
ng last at the r pleasant home coward, you left me to face my wife famil of Fern Ridge.
employed in Portland, returned CONSULTATION FREE
in this city.
to her home recently.
The guests were Messrs, and
Price and Quality.
Theodore FTsher was in Silver-
$725/0 F. O. B. Stavton -T h e ir
box at B< auehamp’s Drug
Mt-dames Missier, Luthy, Alvaj " It Is a m istake to eat cheap, Infe
best ear for th • money. C. A. Store.
Sm ith, Alva Thomas, Joe Fisher, rlor food.”
" It may be Inferior, my friend, but Beauchamp Deal r—Liayton.
F’.lsio Darby and Mary
Mr-. W. V . Huntley wan tak
D. LI. Doll, Jtc . Sptniol, Mrs. It'a never cheap.”—W ashington Star.
D K N T IS T
Itollie Harold cu! his hand with en t-i Albany Monday, and the Doerfier went to Silverton Tu< s-
Dr. Beauchamp, Mis?es Grace;
i»!«-«- «nil (iyai'a Methods
Elder, Ira Harold and Marie
angel attending on him in p articular Dr. I« :m
Used in MnkiiiK Plato
all liia li e long. Robert llarton.
and children of Union Hill, Mr. 214 Muaonic Temple.
iii it lo clo.c the wound.
reported recovering nicely.
Ice cream and cake were serv- *
News From All Over The
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Doll*s Cash Store
m SSS& m
These Are Not Special Prices, But
YOUNG’S CASH STORE
Kurinek Lice Fowder
DR. 0 . A. OLSON