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News From All Over The 5l“liin' S Breaks
RED CROSS WEEK
WASH GOODS-DRESS GOODS
The Red Cross War Council
one hundred million dollars
Two teams of horses were
thrown into the water, one team for military and civilian relief at
One glance will t*T you more of their richness
drowned and two wagons lost home and abroad during the pro
and i> outy than we could ; > ibly convey here in
when Santiam ferry north of ¡sent war.
words th a t’s why we want you to see them
Shelburn, broke loose from the
cable holding it and float d down
a ve a ? ?
and broke her arm. Dr. Beau the stream at about 10:110 o’c'ock week from June 18th to 25th as
Red Cross Week, and has made
Peter I Kill ¡eh W i . h a Salem champ set the injured member. Wednesday morning.
A span of horses owned by a strong appeal to the nation to i>
vini tor yesterday.
W. R. McCormick of West
rally to this call, and with prac •D
T u b Silks, P rin te d L ace Clothe, P rin ted
Mrs. J. W. McCulloch, of Vale, Stuyton was transacting business John Gibbons was drowned when tical patriotism,
in Stayton Wednesday.
is v .¡tii g friends in town.
Dimities, W h ite G round w ith neat Dots o r
means by which this single, ex %
Clifford Harold of Portland river by the fast rush of the
Ira. I’.'T . Matti,leu 1< ft this
was a business visitor in our city floating ferry. A team of horses perienced organization, recogniz-
morning for Salem.
owned by George Miller was a l s o i b y law and international con-
Crepes, assorted, nice attractive patterns, Fancy
Are you hungry? Have a Wednesday.
vention as the public instrumen-
printed Lawn in up-tc-the minute designs, from
Mrs. Stanley A. Starr returned
The wagons owned by . tality for this purpose, may carry
He up, be. i cs a comp e'.e line of reasonable
from a visit in Portland last Sun
on its tremendous task.
E. < . Pen iy of Sublimity was
m erchsn life.
The machinery for this cam #
u Stuytou caller Wednesday.
. but will probably be removed
We d o ry a or.ple'e li -e * f S'.a
( rx cries, also many
Clarence Beauchamp reports without great damage. A team paign has been carefully or
vVm. MarielH of Lyoni w t s a
useful novelties in the Notion line
the sale of a Maxwell car to Al of horses also remained on the ganized.
The Western com &
Slayton caller Thursday.
We deliver every day and twice on Saturday
ii rt A rthur of Sublimity.
II igh Worley of Albany was
FIGH PRICE PAID FOR PRODUCE
W. F. Follis, W. A. Riggs and
According to the residents near Miller, of Los Angeles, and as
i i t iw n the liri-t of the week.
wife, Wayne Ashby and Miss the scene, the ferry was over sisting him are Lawrence C.
Have you sien ‘ Pinkie" the
Phipps, Sr., of Denver; William
Rae (¡lover motored to Philomath loaded and the cable weak.
ros • colo ed don ?
H. Crocker, of San Francisco; %
today to take in the Round-Up.
Thomas, wife and little
Henry L. Corbett, of Portland;
Geo. Khowein and sister and
daughter were Salem visitors
E. Peabody, of Seattle;
Mrs. Herman Marking and child
ren motored down from Jordan Switchboard Ass’n that all who George G. Taliaferro, of San An
Miss Walton, of Salem was en- Thursday to trade with Stayton are in arrears on assessments tonio, Texas, and Ford Harvey,
ti taitied at the J. M. Ringo merchants.
must pay up by July 1st, or be of Kansas City, Mo. The West
home during her stay in the city.
Peter Deidrich reports the sale refused service at the switch ern executive secretary ¡3 Ly
board, The Ass’n says this the man L. Pierce, and the associate
Chloride of Lime Time of Ford touring cars to John Ap last call.
secretary is Richard R. Perkins.
E. D. Alexander
ple of Fern Ridge and P. A.
Conferences have been held
Sec. Stayton Mutual.
lie can, 2 for 25c at Beau Stevens of West Stayton.
already in the principal centers
champ's Drug Store.
Mrs. Walter Bilyew of Scio
r e r t ia n n n o o m .
Mrs. A. L Hiatt and family has been visiting her mother Do wot talk about repentance to me. San Francisco, Los Angeles,
of Lyons made the Mail office a Mrs. Jennie Ficklin and her What la tlio uhc of regreU? False Portland, Denver and Wichita,
l»ood tell» you repent; tiutli says love > Kan. At each of these meetings
pleasant call Wednesday.
brothers Fred and Lyle for sev- only.
Whatever «us alien to God ro- I the strongest men in the com
Mt .lohn Hint?, and daughter crai days.
mains not. Shut off all remembrance munity gladly came forward, of
of Sublimity is visiting Mrs. John
The Silliernagel Brothers have from yourself. We ure embarrassed fering both their time and
T ii ma.
cut 150 tier of wood for Joe Bak by traditions on our way. Speak not money. Joseph Tumulty, secre
M r. Philip, i and Mrs. Mose er and Joe Silbernagel in the about the past; live In tho shadow of
N ow is the time to buy, as c v orything is going higher.
tary to President Wilson, has
Titu of Linn county were trad last 4J days with a gasoline drag love, and let everything else pass on.
wired to hundreds of the leading
Call and get our prices.,
An Evil Suggestion.
ing in Stayton Wednesday.
in the big cities and has
“While you are asking papa for my
E. G. Siegmund attended Po E. B. Powelson of Mill City
hand In marriage, Philip, I'll be play received from them instant and
rn >m grange at North Howell on is visiting his mother, Mrs. C.
ing something lively on the piano,” enthusiastic promises of assist
E. Daugherty, before leaving for said the sweet young thing.
Horace Lilly who was quite ill Florence Oregon where he has "No, I wouldn't do that, Jessica,” re
A definite program fGr the
plied the young man. "You know canvass has been worked out.
Only Two Deliveries a Week— Wednesday Morning
sev ral days last week, is now accepted a position.
some people can't keep their feet still
able u> lx around again.
and Saturday Afternoon.
M. J . Crabtree rural carrier on when they hear lively music.”—Chica Teams are organized in all cities
and towns and the "drive” will
J 'h i Steinberger lias recently Route 1, has been on the sick go News.
he just as thorough as experienc-
pure ia ed an Oakland six fr« m list this week and Raleigh Har
In T raining.
old the substitute carrier has The young son of the house had just ed direction can make it. That
given his mother an account of his ac the huge sum will be raised with- “ HCf C o n d o n e d S ill
Mrs. T. ( \ Crabtree and little been taking his place.
that she found It difficult to be out difficulty seems assured. Of
I wish to thank all who helped, tions
girl I ft this morning for Canyon
either by donation or otherwise, "Johnny," she said, “do yon know the hundred million, the West is
City, to join Mr. Crabtree.
Notice is hereby given that
to make the Red Cross banquet what liecomes of littlo boys who tell asked to raise fifteen millions,
Flags! Flags! Flags!
County Superintendent of
and those in charge of the cam
such a success.
If you were a woman and forc Marion County, Oregon, will
“Sure I do!" replied tho unrepentant paign are confident that the end
at Sloper’s. Red Cross Drug
Mrs. J. P. Wilbur. Chairman. culprit. "They grow up and Join dad's
ed to choosen between the life of
of Red Cress Week will see the your lover and the welfare of hold the re g r’ar examination of
Those anticipating buying a club.”—Richmond Times-Dispatch.
ai ; cants for State Certificates
Inrles Rossi ter of near Sub-
entire sum subscribed.
Putting His Foot In It.
your nation, which would you at the Salem High School as fol
For i car had better place their
8hc— Don't he downhearted, Richard,
ii »¡tv was a business visitor in
choose? Would you have the lows;
order at once as Mr. Deidrich even If father doc.» say you’ll bo young
St i.vton Wednesday.
strength to wield a broadsword
has assurances of (being able to enough to marry five years from now.
Commencing Wednesday, June
Pete Fiedler of Jordan was make deliveries just after July He—Ob, I don’t caro for myself, but
to the death of the man you
1917. at 9:00 o'clock a. m.,
a business visitor in town Wed- 1st. No raise in price yet.
loved if that man’s death meant
continue until Saturcay,
D. B. Hill, wife and little dau God does not comfort us to make us was held in the high school audi that your people might live? Ju re 30, 1917, at 4:00 o’clock p.
Such is the problem that comes
Mrs. ('has. Lutuptnan and ba ghters left this morning for their comfortable, but to make us comfort
torium last Monday afternoon home to the beautiful Judith in m.
ll left Tu ■ ulay for a visit with home in Mill City. They were ers.—J. Jow ett
Wednes lay Forenoon—U. S.
and the first order of business the stupendous six-act superpro
fi i • ds at Brownsville.
returning from a visit to Port
after the selection of a secretary duction of ‘‘Her Condoned Sin,’’
land and stopped off here for a
pro tern, made necessary by the a remarkable photoplay, which
I he I' st stock. In and quanity vis t at the A. Hill home.
We :n day Afternoon— Phy-
absence of the clerk, W. A. Wed will be shown on Saturday June
5 sa c at Sloper’s Drug Store.
Miss Crystal Shank while driv
solocy; Reading. Manual Train-
dle. who is ill with the mumps, 30 at the Star Theatre.
i n g. Composition, Domestic
Dr. (1. F. Korinek attended the ing her car home Wednesday
was the reading of the clerks
T h e spectator shudders in
veterinary convention in Salem ma le a turn in the road too quick
annual report which was accept sympathy with the harraised Science, Methods in Reading,
and the car skided into the ditch
Friday and Saturday.
ed by the large crowd as read. Judith when this problem con Course of Study for Drawing,
Miss Nora Crabtree acted as fronts her, and one cannot but Metho Is in Arithmetic.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Young ac
Tin s lay Fcren on—Arithme
of the meeting.
companied by Mrs. C. E. Daugh
applaud the decision she make .
history of Education, Psy
erty motored to Salem last Fri
Miss Thelma Riggs left Friday
There are two or three love
Methods in Geography,
elected director to serve for the themes running throughout ti e
evening for Montague. Calif., 1
next three years and W. A. Wed production, and the spectacular.
J. B. Yoenian and family spent where she will visit at the Andy
Study f t r Dome>
four days last week in Portland, Cornish home. She was accom Episode No. 4 next Wednesday dle was re-elected clerk for an scenes are truly magnificent.
other year. The 10 mill tax ask ! The magnificent feasts, t h e
where they took in the Rose panied ns far as Albany by her
Thursday Afternoon — Gram
ed for by the directors received glorious outdoor scenes, t h e
Fe t'val ami visited friends.
s''. Geography, Stenography,
an overwhelming majority thus tremendous battles i n which
Miss Rose Susbauer of Sublim Myrtle KnaufF and Norman
... ¡can Literature, Physics,
1J.000 people take part, the
ity has been spending a few days D »vie.
riling, Methods in I,an-
almost perfect photography an I
A. S. Pancoast met with a
with her sister, Mrs. W. F.
g go T ii-i f r Primary Cer-
the details o f the production
painful accident last Friday a f
see the splendid school of which makes it one of the greatest tidcate.
Henry Geimer, Roy Mielke,
Friday To: on. on—Theory and
Best canning strawberry
wo are all justly proud take a that has ever been flashed on
Carl Rube I and Leo Willing left P“ 11
lo*a >"to the mill slipped
grown. Sold by pound or
Tv, Or mgeaphy (Spe 1 ng)
gallon at the patch, pick
for the Round-Up at Philomath off a log that was being pulied
Physical Geogra ihy, English
up the chute and struck h im ! them yourself. All crate
D. W. Griffith, who produced
this morni g.
ue, Chemis ry, Physical
W. P\ Klecker was in Salem ‘‘Intolerance’’ nd ‘‘The Birth L
orders filled promptly.
Mrs. J. F. Richard and Miss
the first o: tho week attending a of a N ation,’’ also made “ Her
Bertha Tietze of Mehama were that required four stitches to
term on S d o 1 Law
meeting of the Knights of Co Condoned Sin,” and to help him
business visitors in Stayton Tues c os?.
in making one of the best pro
Dr. V. A. Fitzgerald lepresent-
ductions ever known be had what
ing I ainics ’. Parker was schedul
: ir lay iT ieiuon—Geometry
E. C, Titus rep its the sale of
perhaps the greatest cast of
ed for a ’ecture and demonstra
a Dodge car to Mrs. Roxie Shank
notable ! layers ever assembled
tion in Stayton Tuesday evening,
r a A i e i on—Teneral
and Chevrolet’s to J. W. Mayo
for a single picture. That the
but owing to the tact that the
and John Mack.
acting is extremely good is as
Red ( ros< meeting wa-t in pro
J. Sheard is opening his old gress ; n 1 ho i o' wnntmg to have
sured by such st s as Mac M ii
establ she I cl. aning and pressing a counter attraction, refrained ;
Blanche Sweet, Dor.by and Lil
parlor on second street next door from delivering his lecture but |
lian Gish, Robert Parron and
to the photograph gillery.
Henry B. Walthall. In every
will return at a later < a'e.
Any Qua ntity You Wish
sense of the word ‘‘Her condon Nice Fresh Candy
W. F. Foil s and wife motored
In bilk i r boxes always on
ed Sin,’’ according to the coun
to Albany Monday. They were
try ’s feem o st critics, is entitled hand at Beauchamp ’s D r n g
accompanied by Mrs. G. F. Kori-
Sunday afternoon June 24,
to rank among the classics of Store.
n« k and Mrs. J. F. Peery and
w ater will be turned off for
Packed so you can iake it as far as you lil<e l the screen w hich will never die
Save Your Pennies for the
duur h ter.
about three hour-:. J. R. Grier,
show to see the fr .tic
Hilda Trask the eight year
W ater Commisioner.
tail where its head
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
ought to be.)
C. B. Trask fell last Saturdayi Subscrilie for the Mail.
Possibly About Y ou or Y our Friends
Printed Voiles, Embroidered &
Voiles, Embroidered Rice Cloth, All Prices,
Doli' s ©ash Store w
W e Ate Endeavoring
To help you in every way we can
during these strenuous times.
So w e a r e S ellin g all o u r G ro
c e rie s a t R e d u c e d P r ic e s .
Y O U N G ’S
Coming to Star Soon
School Meeting Held*
W I L S O N ’S
H. E. WALT, Aumsville.
G RO CERY