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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1917)
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Sunday morning at the Met ho« Uotht ut buotn^Mi, Juo« gl. 1717.
«lint Episcopal church th
l/'AI!** lip) *1 iM’iililit<•
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ter will rivogiiih" Patriotic Fun- > pninfii, •* eur- «1 *i. l iiiwecure<J,,,
lue m r^)
One glance wiil tell you mo.-e of their richness
day with tlie churches «if tl*
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- # /I'lglfi liti, ••t’.
and beauty than . could possibly convey here in
country and preairhcn a err..on
want you to see them
unit hi ft* mifi tJxturti,
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entitled "Heme Truth; f o r i ** t r o n i . tn U m i not nwerra bank» ,
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l»»i” f r o m H|.|.foje.i r*»i:rvu bank«., Cé. i 36 UU
Americans” and in ,ii
»fi»! «*»:.' r * r «li luin».
riots t<» h« ar the discoui
Instead o f the evening
at H o ’clock a vesper service
4 o'clock in the afternoon
‘ Tub S
F.-.nted L a ce Cloths, Printed
. ,$ 2ftjOÜO ißj ' ' )
Sunday a large number of
Dim ities W 1 .e G round with neat D ots or
vti affair o f much enjoyment
* sr d I '•* paid
w » the luncheon given on We '- Foresters a Bemhled in the .Jor dially invited, f
t* atjii ’ tO d i t f
given by the chorus and < jin-s-
mi *! <
n* day afternoon by Mr«. J I*. dan Hall in the interest of the
C epes, a -orl>. I, ... t attractive patterns, Fancy
. «U2,0*i ¡92 w
VN ur lo mem hors of the < urn- order and listened to eloquent tra of the !•irsi ChrisU
printed Lawn in u:<-to-thu minute designs, from
and i otriotic addresses from J.C.
pi» oanio Club.
1 1 c up, b< hies a complete line of seasonable '
l ’romptly pt 1 o’clock tho Mnnn formerly city attorney of
I, a. k. M ij, • .r- \*»c. Ca-hier of the *»iOre M
todies gathered at the VMilur Portland, L. P, Marrow, Grand
«!-. <,i mnlr - Hutr (hut the ubo ve
of F apta Groceries, also many
■o -Hi at j irto* to the I h '%1 of my kuowlevlfe
home where an elegant thr. e Se«retar> from Portland, Geo.
in the Notion line
courae luncheon was serve i on Spaniol, t hief Forester of the
I!. Mr^xrNi*. A m ’ i . Caabtor
twice on Saturday
.ni v - v ' t J!»*•«! -¡«I ». ora to before me loin 27th m
ton 1 ourt and W. F. Klocker.
the broad veranda.
The keynote of all the speeches Anthem. “ Come yo disoon olat.*
HIGH PRICE PAID FOR PRODUCE
Huge baskets of roses and
garlands of greenery added to was loyalty to the country and
Rev. M. F. Horn
irr ■ pective
|»ective of creed or Rraycrs,
tli" attructivcriesH of the veranda its
*t '1 flag
an . pergola, while elegant cen- politic and all present caught ‘Soprano Solo
terpii*ces of roses «raced the
Ladies Quartet, Mrs. Peter
tnldes and eech guest found a were loud in their praise o f the
Miss Cave, Mrs. S vari and
handsome roaehud at her place good such meetings are doing.
The primary object of the
at the table. During the lunch
Farmers '.nd Merchants Bank
Anthem, “ River o f Life
eon the hostess entertained the gathering was to secudo mem
ladies by various selections on ber« for the order and from this
r»tat*.- of O t t u r a , at th<
Original Poem, “ Echoes of the
be 2 »*. 1V17
th Victroia. At the close of standpoint the meeting was a
Old Bell“ —Dr. Epleyj
tl luncheon the ladies present grand success. There were For-
l a u d u u v jcu red .
ee i handsome silver cake server i tors present from Portland,
to Mrs. J. F. i'eery the guest of nit. AngeJ. Sublimity, Stay ton
F u n llurc und fixtures.......; ...........
h< nor who ex|M*cts to leave soon and Lyons.
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fr--in ®j>proved remsfVQ banks
f< • Kansas City, Missouri.
k% and other cash Ucinv.........
on iian d................... 1...............
Mrs. T. W. Creech made the proved himself to be u past-mas
T otal .................. . I19J.L99 01
pr-*senenttttion speech, and in ter at the business.
behalf of the club wished for
1.1 4 K. LITI KP»
Male Quartet, W.McGilchrist Sr.
Mrs. I’eery a safe and pleasant
$ 2 &
Dr. Epley, S. E. Wolf, Chas.
.. l.'OO 00
d p ro fits..................................
Later in the afternoon Mr.
nxpeases su d taxes paM
N ow is the time to buy, as everything is going higher.
Saturday evening a num- Anthem> “ The Great Jehovah”
ft 1 dei om W su bject to check 1 ) 0,110 bO
IX re S taper came and took sev- ber of Stayton young men gave America,
certificati s of d ep osit...........
Call and get our prices.
ei il photographs of the group a jitney «lance at* Beauchamp’s Benediction,
d davi u « h De;*o!«Ue..................
Rev E. B. Lock
w ¡ich the ladies will treasure as hull for the benefit of the Red
a nemento of this pleasant after- j ( -rogg> A large crowd was pre
The ladies of the local church B u te of Ofr-fton #
sent to give their "h it” to this will serve supper to the guests County o i Marumi ***
1, J. W. MAYO, Cashier o f the a b ove named
1 iio-ie present were Mesdames worthy cause. All arrangements
from Salem following the ser Ln:ik, d o ► .»D iiinly swear that the* above *tate-
.1 F. I’eery, C. H. Brewer, E. D. or the dance were made by the
know ledge and
Only Two Deli veries a Week— Wednesday Morning
vices. Mr. Lockhart states that jj;oiit is true ni the oust o f J. m \Y. y Mayo,
A . xandcr, T. W. Creech, A. C. young men and at the close it
and Saturday Afternoon.
Dr. Epley has informed him butocribcil a:: i «w orn to before ine this 27»h
Thomas, W. F. Follis, ti. F. was btund ll>ul there was the (^ a t pojjjjjiy there will be forty day
of June, 1917.
8. II. HELTZEL
K >rinek, G. L. Brown, W. W. neat sum of nineteen dollars.
i persons in the party coming to
K n r, Alva Smith. C. K. Daugh I he boys might have given this j s^ yton and the minister hopes *ij t in m in io n expires Dec. 27,1920.
C orrect —AtteM:
erty» J. I\ Wilbur, J. W. Mc- money to the 'big Red Cross
for a hearty reception t o .b e
1 a . u. f
Culoch and Miss Grace Elder.
drive which was carried on the given the visitors.
J ohn 8 aki > n er
The remainder o f the after- past week, but they chose to
n< m was devoted to chating and give it to the Stayton Red Cross,
s. wing and it was at a lute hour so on Monday Mr. J. VV. Mayo
w ien the merry crow if left for who acted as treasurer for the
11:00 a.m. “ Doubling a preach In connection with the Pccry
r homes voting Mrs. Wilbur benefit dance, turned the nine
Any Flavor You
er’s power.” This is a captiv-» Sale Saturday at 1:30 p. m.
a o.t estimable hostess.
teen dollars over to Mrs G. F.
ating theme: hear it.
wili oc also the furniture cf
Korinek the secretary of the
Any Quantity You Wish
8:00 p. m.
Subject, “ Who
' ive Your Pennies.
Stayton Red Cross to be used by
Made the Devil, and Why Don’ t
Visit the Cafe My terie.
the ladies us they see fit.
Wholesale and Retail
God Kill the Devil?”
sis ting1 of beds, chairs, stoves
David Pottorff, of Union Hill,
Organ and numerous other
You’ ve read o f Blue Beard’ s ^ . » Marion F. Horn, Minister.
u Stayton caller yesterday.
take it as far as you like
John English of Coon Hollow
Those who failed to attehd
was trading in Stayton Wednes them?
the Fire Prevention lecture at
the Star Theatre Tuesday even
Mrs. A. J. Chance o f Kenton And Squirrel Poisons at Slopcr’s
ing missed an interesting enter
Is visiting her son Harry a few Drug Store. It’s time to use
tainment. Besiues several riels
o f pictures relative to the sub
Henry Benson of Fern Ridge
Mrs. Frank Caspell and child ject interesting talks were m;
w i a business caller in Stayton ren, ol Sheridan. Ore., have been
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by Fire Marshall. Stevens
guests for several days at the Harvey Wells, State In ur me
Do you have heart trouble? home of her mother, Mrs. J. B. Commissioner.
L t Jknr m‘ ,
I. l I)r. Oliver Chateaubreand Trask.
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\V. E. Thomas and wife left
A problem of (lie
¡cgi.-t is the en
II. F. B o' eker of Lyons was Salem last Monday for a trip
durance of i i . hr; by many animals.
ti n mei ng inkiness in town
Collecting tiie rivords, .Mile. Franco
visit with tiler daughter, Mrs. ■u.it Paul Portier, eutomologl :s, of
Purls tinil that lish Lavo survived ó dc-
> 1S O
Mrs. J. W. McCulloch expects S. T. Miller.
,;ves !•*., froys 8 decrees below, mol-
T. J. Browning and wife, E. lusks lS4 d e .iv is below ami bacteria
to leave to-morrew for her home
Horton and wife and a lady Itnve come out alive after exposure to
in Ontario, Ore.
aoO degrees below xero. The two
i i- " j
( ’. A. Beauchamp is attending
French experiipeuters fro/o certain
the ltexall Druggist meeting in are spending i e <h * today with caterpillar*—-Co.-sua ei ssus—at a tern-
o I n;ir C u’ t
pera ture Just above xero. They be
Mr. ami Mrs. E i Young.
Portland this week.
came <|uite solid anil brittle and could
The Re I Cross wi’l meet at bo broken like icicles. On war.nln;;,
Mrs. J. R. Mi ler has ! cen suf
n test i
fering severely from sc at c rheu- their headquarters at the i. O. 0 .
Ufe. Several freezings und thawing;
E. In 1 on Friday afternoon, were endured, but recovery became
niati m the past few days.
.; 2 o’ clock. Vi I • < ; slower each time und ceased uftor the
Save a dime too f o r a v i- it t o June
! rre 1
sixth thawing, óther ge acta showed
to be present.
the Orphoum where the 0 ti-
111 . t'. — the I
like results. There seemed t " be some
Am ng the graduates o f the physlofcwienl preparation for the cold,
nate Family will entertain y. u.
e Next Saturday.
i f in rit.
cptirtment o f l he[ ior caterpillar* that survived the win-
Dr. II. A. Beauchamp is attend Hig Scho
tor freezing nil succumbed to situK.tr
ing the meeting of the meX al Mt. An le College were Miss temperature* In the spring.
v : “ Hard
Livrrm n of Aumsvilleand
association in Portland t h i s A
1 often !
Miss Kathryn Amort o f Shaw.
The Magnatio Noadle.
Tlioro nro two place* ou tlio earth'*
! . I inally
Elove mejnbers «*» ti e East stirfnco where tlie tuagnellc needlo
Joi. Sestak an I family motor
t>> 1 ca '*
lull' o f tl’ i city visited must point due south. They are not IX.
ed to Scio Wedn -s lay to attend ern S
sc.m« . The I
If o are pay n a i
i derest, why not refund t
easy place* to reach. One is In the
cues* entirely left
the funeral o f Mr. Chas. Wesley the lodge of the ■ dir at Turner aivtle region* north of th ■ n -them 1 ) ick.
an at a ower ra : a a mere liberal terms. It is net
iv e n J a An a r y o í , I ycur
last eve in :.
' xct lent enter magnetic jHile on t!;e Hue betvvc n that
an old friend.
good us ness to • iy . h r rate c-i* interest than t’- c
C. S. Green of Florence Ari tainment by the Turner lodge IHile and the gdvrrnphlcal north pole. Will)
191«Y M r .
ro-.v s a id :
The other is in the antarctic region*,
market deman s, no.’ is i: :od business to keep your su*-
zona passed through toon Wed
anyth of the southern magiic ic pole,
o tirc.i a n j t im e w h a t
nesday on his w ay to
Mrs. W. F. Follis received the on the lino between that sp t n:.d the
•tier - t a t c m o r .t r e g e r d -
pl s 'und; on t . e . eposF ..t 3 ;o i (X per annum wh. .
c . it!i IV onn’ s K id n e y
where he has located.
sa I news Mid
oi th > death of geogrnphleul soutli pole. In the ttrsf
6 can readily e c
n first Farm Mortgages, if
case tlie point of the needle is, attract
,aol W( rk
her niece M . Victor W gles- ed to tho northern magnetic i Mo. In
a c o.ney o o
s : to rc: id or secure a new È
8 b pment o f Colgate» pro luets worth t the H< pi r sanitarium. the second case tho other eud of the
Don’t I one, c 11 or wr.te
needle is attracted to tho southern
direct from factory. Soaps, Ta! Mrs. Wiglt swirth was the wife magnetic pole.
Pillr the same that i
cums, Dental Paste and Powder.. of a proment sheepman of the!
Don n s Kulrc;
Complexion Powder and Per Ea te n Orego i o intry was 21 Sincerity la the bail* of ail true M r. : ! . . . r •■.
r-Miieurn f\> , Prop’*.,
i, O R E G O N
friendship. Without sincerity it La like me ded.
WASH GOODS-DRESS GOODS
-------- City— —
Beautifu Printed Voiles» Embroidered
Voiles» Embroidered Rice Goth» All Prices,
Meet at Jordan
D o ll’s (S ash S to r e
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2tS S M N M M
We Are Endeavoring
To help /ou u every way we can
during these strenuous times.
So w e are Selling all our Gro
ceries at R educed Prices.
Give Benefit Dance
Y O U N G ’S CASH G R O C E R Y
HEND ERSHO TTS
Farm and C iiy Loans
S. 1 .
Sloper’s Drug Store. children.
a ship without ballast.
Búllalo, N. Y.