The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, June 28, 1917, Image 6

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    Gray Hair« Can't M..Wo You Old.
l'eo^ila uo uot grow oiU so fast as
ttu-y used to. Time ".as when tlio fa-
tlicra and the mothers seldom left
borne.
They would not tliluk of taking ivtrt
in any sort of frivolous conversation.
> landfntlier and father, too. went
around the house with a "dirk us tho
t o iib** sort of face, and if > ¡0 young
folk got too hilarious "Tut. tut,” you
we uld hear them say.
Now granddad enjoys a good play, a
fc tl nil game, and a baseball game
no . .-a him as young ns the next one.
Lira to ! That Is the right Idea. Don't
give up to the gray hairs.
t ii'-er threads should not absorb all
th * golden hues from your life.
Keep abreast of the times. Read up
so you cau converse with your clill-
il n on modem topics.
■ ■! crest yourself In their work and
tl ir play. Ilelp them play and you
v I keep your heart young.—Los An-
g> "s Herald.
Get this $ 1 .8 5
LI M U L O
W ea r-E v e«
Chawing tbs Crude Rubber.
\bout the first process rubber goes
. iingh on the way to become a tire
tubs is mas.¡cation. After the
.,!« Para is washed it is broken up
o lumps and tossed into the crack-
These are machines with heavy
•rs, which take the rubber In be­
ef a them and chew it
Entering
masticating room o f a factory, the
d impression is that there is a brush
burning or else there is a den ot
;cs at hand. The rubber snaps and
'.ties like burning branches and
n hisses shudderingly. The stuff is
-t at until It comes up iu regular
■c-.s. very thin and looking like a
-1 of cake dusted with^rumbs. Then
er thorough drying in vacuum cham-
. s it Is ready to be put in with the
ideals aud other things that make
■ : ie compound —New York Sun.
A Hint For Young Romeos.
!f the hero has no bad habits ho
6 >u!d acquire tome or at least lead
t
ro believe that he has one or two.
L unship Isn't complete unless the
b -olne can beg him to quit something
t! it is destroying his sweet health or,
v ;se still, something that makes him
r m.n a bold, bad man. She used to
l
..ud beg us to quit gambling, and
& civ years after the wedding she was
c: cl enough to tell us that she knew
a the time that we were not a gam-
l -r. She was Just humoring us.—
C ¡tie Calian in Fort Worth Star-
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LOST A tio'.o
turn to K. Rov '
FOR SAI L
For €
and the coupon if
before June
dt. Under pier
re­
aluminum utensils give enduring satisfaction because
they arc so carefully madc“~from thick, hard, sheet aluminum.
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rot
« > ght 1 uki 1! •. Inquire
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Look for the “ Wear-Ever” trade mark on the bottom
utensil. If it is not there, it is not “ Wear-Ever.
REFUSE SUBSTITUTES
of every
Cut out the Coupon— bring it to us today!
"W ear-Ever” Coupon
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W e wifi accep t t h i . cou pon en.l S l . t S in paym ent
T
E ver ' six-qu art A lum inum Kettle, w hich sells
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provided you present the coupon m pem on at thia
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b e fo re June 30.1917. and w rite on tho coupon your name. adJress
and date o f purchase.
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LILLY HARDWARE CO.
Do V t fail to take advantage of our dubbing offer.
of the World’s Greatest Photoplays— D. W. Griffith’s
Six Great Stars in One
Super-Picture
D. W. Griffith
Blanche Sweet
Mae Marsh
Lillian Gish
Dorothy Gish
Henry Walthall
Robert Harron
Has made long­
er pictures than
“ Her Condoned
Sin” but he nev­
er made a bet­
ter one*
BLANCHE SW E E T
W H A T YOU W TLL SEE IN “ HER CONDONED SIN”
Soul-stirring Battle Scenes— 11,000
H orsem en-—Am azingly Beautiful
beautiful dancing girls— Extremely
tography and Lighting Effects— A
and stirs the soul.
stock and materials.
knows all drugs have advanced and also
all chemicals, and now there is to be a war tax placed
Everybody
or some of our photographic appliances.
W o have and are stili making pictures at the same
price v> c did before the war started.
7 and
6 and
However, July
Aug. 4 and 5 will be our last trip to Stay-
ton at the old prices.
On Saturday and
Sunday,
July 7 and 8,
we
will
r a k e to all having pictures taken, a 20 percent reduc­
tion it the whole amount of the order is paid at time
ol sitting
T en per cent will be given if * j is paid at
time of sitting.
If you arc wanting anything In the picture line you
tunity.
W e will also make a present of a nice little picture
of age and whose birthday comes in July.
In behalf "i tho Stay ton Rod
('ro.; . \v ■ v. i h to thank the
young men \vl > gave tho jitney
dance a: i all o ! * rs who either
b th< ir attendance or otherwise
assisted m tin worthy ca iso.
v *
We can’ t ali fight but we can
give anti each and evt rv d ’liar
given to the lied ('nan means
just that mudh bettor aid fur
the boys at the front.
Line o f TVIerchundise, Shoes, Huts, Umbrellas,
Mrs. J. P..Wilbur, Chairmen
W ork Shirts, Overalls nnd Dusters
Mr-. G- F. Korinek S .
J. M. Kingo, Treasurer
A Fine Line o f Fruit Jars, Caps and Rubbers, Stone Jars
Trover & Weigel.
R e p la c e utensils that w ea r out
with utensils that "W ea r-E v er ’
yes, has caused us to pay 5 0 0 '/ more for some of our
FREE O F C H A R G E to all bibies under four years
“Wear-Ever”
1/ft a ir-{YTS
said "War is Hell.” His son said
that it his father was living to-day he would undoubt­
edly apologize to “hell” for his remark.
N ow what we want to say is, that war has doubled,
Gen. Sherman
will save money by taking advantage of this oppor­
A .> ;. ..r old FI..eh Pi r-
tAKDOr THANKS
souî-stirring production of
fi
I H a v e M a d e A r ia n u a -
n out l. r l.umiic cm.tcni unitici,
will to .We ver> low rate o f inter-
r t i 11 highlv improved fi r.t 1 . Ilo
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ALUMINUM SIX -Q U A R T KETTLE
For Preserving, Pot Roasting, Stewing. Etc.
Please note new adjustable
bail. Cover for this kettle
at special price of 3 5 c .
War! War!
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i M o n e y to lo i».»
H«nry James' Adverbs.
lo'cusou spotted the unconscionable
■■tit Ion of certain adjectives in
iterlck Hudson," hut probably the
-t marked characteristic o f Henry
ics' style is liis passiou for adverbs
: adverbial clauses. He Is the wo-t
ecbial of Ehig'.ish writers. You will
! more adverbs to the page thau
*' :i in Meredith. And he had u quaint
b. it of putting the adverb before
t‘
verb, when most writers would
p; ; it after. One of his ladies (for ex-
staples nre taken at random) "thank-
fi lly felt," another "Quite beautifully
and teudcrly smiled." And “ after *11”
c; :>s up all over tho place. But one
r uld not hare these things altered;
tl v were part of the man. One does
o ect to them, however, in his 1ml-
fc ’ rs. who have learned the trick, but
n »cJ the spirit behind it.—Loudon
C ronlcle.
CLASSÜFIED
SpsHMul i»(Tvr «xp ireaon dut«
nmmnt in coupon. Th«rw-
*itor prie« w ill b«> ll.SA.
Supernumeraries— Thousands o f
Scenes and Settings— A score o f
Artistic Sub-titles— Perfect P h o­
love story which grips the heart
Condonad Sin” Shown at Star Theatre
SATURDAY, JUNE 30th
J. R. Gardner’s
Mrs. J. H. Mulchav and child­
ren of San Francisco are gm-sts
at the home of her parent'!. Mr.
and Mrs. F. M. Munkers.
Sii ce the closing of the luin-
dry here Forest Mack i-t sending
laundry to Salem and solicits
your business.
SubscrP
or the Stayton Mail.
Cash Store Carries a General
Baskets, Brooms. M op Sticks
Fine Groceries, a Fine display of
This is the place
finest Dress Silks, Tapestries and Mesa-
and anything in the Dress Line.
Stone Churns and Crocks,
and a general line of
Flags and Flag Decorations on hand.
to get your very
lines, Pongees
J. R. Gardner’ s Cash Store,
Stayton, Ore.
LOOK! READ!
Subscribe for the Mail and get the Oregon Farmer.
Auction
Household
Goods
Commencing at 1:30 p. m.
Saturday June 30th, 1917
I
I will sell the following:
Buffet, Dining Table, 6 Dining Chairs, Sewing Table, Book
Case, 4 Rugs; Small Rugs, Rocking Chairs, Dressing Table,
Beds, Bed Springs, Mattresses, Child’s Bed, W h ite Dresser,
Y outh’s Chair, Fruit Jars, W a sh Tubs, Boiler, Chickens
H eating Stove and pipe and other things too numerous to
mention. These articles are now open for inspection.
“ Her
L A R G E A S P O S S IB L E
M at nee, 2:45
Evening, 7:30 and 9:15
cAdmission, Children, 10c
Adults, 15c
srvsH ra
■TERM S C A S H '
MRS. JOE PEERY
GEO. KEECH, Auctioneer. -