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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1917)
A B IG
LIN E OF
Gighams and Percales
News From All Over The
1 Don’t Cook Yourself
Possibly About You or Your Friends
These Hot Days But
Keep Cool by Using
E. S. Oglesbeo of Shelburn Martin Olufson of N. Santiam
was trading in Stayton Saturday. was a business visitor in Stayton
Joe Zuber of Shaw was a busi Tuesday.
ness visitor in Stayton Monday. G. F. Johnson of Lyons was a
D. B. Hill of Mill City was a business caller in Stayton Tues
Stayton visitor last Friday.
Lois Bracken is ‘now employ Mrs. Henry Leffier. of Scio,
We have them in
Your choice is practically unlimited. All
visited at the home of her sister,
ed at the hotel in Mill City.
Mrs. M. J, Follis, the first of the
new patterns for dresses or aprons, and
Peter Fiedler of Mt. Pleasant week.
One, Two and Three Hole Sizes
house dresses, etc. Come and see our line.
was trading in Stayton Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Hamid and
Henry Porter of Aumsville Misses
Come in and see them
Flia Williams and lna
Delivery every day and twice on Saturday
was a Stayton caller Monday. Harold spent
Sunday at the M.
Mrs- II. Shanks of IJnn county Taylor home east
of Mehama. I LILLY H ARD W ARE CO.
HIGH PRICE PAID FOR PRODUCE
was trading in town Monday.
S. K. Wilson and little
Chas. Leffier of Linn county son, Mrs. of Culver,
was a Stayton caller Monday. at the home of Ind.,
her sister. Mrs.
A. C. Barrows of Union Hill W. Creech, near Kingston.
was a Stayton caller Monday. T. Mrs.
John Leffier of Scio was a nesday J. for R. Gardner
a visit with her
Stayton caller Monday.
daughter, Mrs. Carl Fryer, at
FARM A N D CITY LOANS
was trading in Stayton Friday. W. F. Follis and wife and A-:
I! you are paying: a high rate of interest, w hy not refund John Mack of North Santiam C. Thomas, wife and daughter, j
your loan at a lower rate and more liberal terms. It is not was trading in Stayton Tuesday. motored to Waterloo and Soda-
good business to pay a higher rate of interest than the
Karl Winzer of Mehama was ville Sunday.
E. Roy and family, Forest
market demands, nor is it good business to keep your sur trading in Stavton Tuesday.
and family, Dr. Watson
Save your pennies. 25c show
plus funds on time deposit at 3 to 4 ^ per annum when
motored to Portland
ify can readily be secured on first Farm Mortgages. If for lc.
Watch the windows of the
you have money to loan or wish to refund or secure a new
John Kusy of the Hospital
one, call or write S. H. H E L T Z E L , Stayton, Oregon.
of the U. S. Army from
The Commercial Hotel has Vancouver
Barracks was visiting
closed its doors to the public.
Adam Roidt, of Linn county, G. R. Munkers Saturday.
was an appreciated caller Friday. by his sister Mrs. J accompanied
Wa* * lima, U JI the Boston Tran-
•nipt, h ar» prored to lie very useful In
Dr. Hobson, of Scio, was in and family motorec to Salem !
modem Warfare. I'sed only as an ex-
partme&t 'at first, they hare been of
n r h practical ralne that the return of
the famous fortune teller
the cinematograph operator from his
transacting business in Stayton to Visit
aerial raconnoissance Is always imps
your fate. The !
Money to Loan—I Have Made A rrange Tuesday.
ttently awaited at headquarters.
26 w ill be filled
ments for loaning eastern money, Let Dr. Olivier Chateaubriand
The morfeig picture man who volun-
taers far this work undertakes a rory
will make very low rate of inter test your heart; Pinkie the rose
dtfk-uK and daring feat. He must 1»
est on highly improved farms. Ho colored
dog entertains you.
a maater of his profession, hare nerve»
mer H. Smith, room 5, McComack
local stars will pro- i
of steel and 1>e willing to take grvat
Bldg., Salem, Oregon,¡Phone 96.
flaki: More often than not he la obllg =*d
ern Oregon Monday to be gone Obstinate Family,” farce:
(a fly at a tow altitude, for otherwise
fcia picture» Vould be without ralne.
Stayton, July 26 at 8:00 p, m. ,
Many maa who hare gone out on those FOR SALE CHEAP -1 Sulkey plow 16
>«rtl»aa expedition* har« never re- inch good as new. Phone 44. F. M. Wm. Broth ¿»-ton of Jordan Huntington What is believed !
was a business visitor in Stayton to be one of the richest gold,
Berry, Lyons, Ore. 7-5-x
War Urns show the experienced
er a great deal that Is going ou
silver and copper mines opened
behind the enemy’s lines. The trenches FOR SALE— 1 black driving mare C. E. Schaefer of Linn county up in the United States for 15
elearly visible. It Is even possible 7 year old gentle weight about 925. was transacting business in Stay- years is now being developed at
to discern the men digging trenches or Will sell or trade for cow.
placing Mg guns In position. The dne
Irondyke on the Snake.
Leo J. Rock, Stayton Ore. ton last Saturday.
matograph men bare often brought
Mrs. Harrier Hickox Heller
back ax call ant picture» taken from wa-
LANDS— The Government needs Joe Fisher motored to the little
letplancs that show the movement of FARM
as well as Fighters, Two North Fork Sunday afternoon on Boys and Superintendant
•hlpa and the track of enemy perl- Farmers
million three hundred thousands Acres a fishing trip.
of Oregon & California Railroad Co.
Grant Lands. Title revested in United Joseph Sestak a n d family last Friday on her way back to
Changing All tha Time.
Often the change In the use or man- States. To be opened for homesteads motored to Wilhoit springs and Portland from a business trip to |
act of use of some household Item and sale. Containing some of best spent Sunday.
make« a widespread change In the lands left in United Ststes. Laige
’gala of a lot of hardware Item*. For Copyrighted Map, showing land by Geo. Weinrich underwent an You can’t afford to miss seeing
pome years rugs hare been taking the
and description of soil, climate operation Monday at the Salem the wild girl from Borneo, The
’»laca of carpets This means the sale sections
elevations, temperature etc., Hospital.
Freak Horse (Tail where its head
• f fewer carpet tacks, tack hammers by counties.
Postpaid One Dollar, E. Shepherd and wife and ought
aad carpet stretchers, but more carpet Grant Lands Locating
to be.) Washington’s!
Co. Box 610 Jess Shepherd and wife spent headquarters,
thatera. Again the Introduction .of
The Mud Eater,
vacuum cleaners cut down the sale of
Sunday at the Wilhoit Springs. Blue Beard’s wives and many-
8# In like manner the present fash FOR SALE - A 3 year old black Per E. C. Titus and John Boedig- other attractions.
ion of banging pictures from moldings chón
mase weight 1400 lbs. Inquire heimer were Sunday visitors at Saturday last a valuable young
baa about put picture nails out o f busi Alois Titze,
7-5-x Wilhoit Springs.
colt belonging to C. E. Schaefer,
ness, but largely Increased tha sal* of
fltoMlng or picture hooka.
Linn county, became impaled
In somewhat similar fashion not FOR SALE—White Leghorn cocker transacting business in Stayton of
a picket fence and was so
to foot scrapers are in use because els from trap-nested stock. |1 each if
badly injured that it was feared
aaaiaeti sMawalka are ao universal. taken soon. I will not hold any over Monday.
Tha growing use of food choppers
Margaret Fehlen of Turrer it would not recover. I)r. Kori-
J. W. HI RONS, Scio, R F D 2
tee materially decreased the sales of
visited home folks in Stayton nek was called and attended it
a»i»HSg knives and wood bowl».—New
and it is now doing nicelv.
‘ « A t T lm e e
the first of the week.
Wm. M. Reed, who died at
The Misses Vivian and Vida Vancouver
Value ef tklmmllh.
barracks, Wash., July
Itoa department of agriculture has W ANTED 10 or 12 Loganberry pickers Young are attending the N. E.
in Lone Oak cem
•tecovered that about 17,000,000,000
A. in Portland this week.
gallons of sklmmllk are annually Marion, may give adults work in dryer
The funeral was
of evenings expect to start picking The estate of the late John held at the home of his parents
wasted In this country.
Every fanner knows that sklmmllk about July 16. Telephone Farmers 33 Wesley, of Scio, is estimated at
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reed, near
win flatten hog*. That proves that It E. E. Bengs.
28 t2 $17,000.
baa a nutritional valoe. The food
Aumsville, conducte 1 by Rev. F.
value of milk Is not entirely deetroyed
by the removal of the cream and but LOST— One bay mare (some would call ton, visited Saturday ar d Sunday T. Port' r. of Salem.
John Siegmund, a brother of
ler fat. There is a lot of protein In her brown) weight about 1200, branded
the residue, and this protein 1* good M on one shoulder and a number on the with Salem friends.
Siegmund, of Fern Ridge,
for the human system. Home people other, she had a bell on when last seen Andrew Fery was in the city died Saturday
at his home at
cannot drink whole milk; It dlsagreee
on Julv 3rd. Please notify Gliso Lapcic Tuesday, having recovered from Elkhart Lake, Wis, aged 82
with them. These same people thrive
his recent illness
on milk from which the cream bat Lyjns, Ore.
years. He is survived by two1
tweii removed. The department of ag-
Mcettnra Is right In calling attention FOR SALE— standard b r e d driving Herbert Stsab, of Orego-i City, bro her^ and one s-ister. Jacob
visit jd Stiylo l friends the first Siegmun I is the eldest of the
to the fact that 17,000,000,000 gallons
o f excellent food hare been overlooked mare, 7 jr., old wt. about 1050. Or of the week.
these days of high cost of living/— would consi ler a trade for young med- Mr. and Mrs. E g . Young ac family.
The Waldo Hills Pioneer Asso
Iim heavy, mar« of draft type. Inquire
7-19-x companied by their two daugh ciation will hold its annual picnic!
Tha Hawaiian Language.
Low Round Trip Fares
ters motored to Salem Sunday. at Mrs. John T. Hunt’s grove, I
Tim language of tlawatl Is Very aim-
Mrs. H. W. Beebe of San Fran about six miles north of Stayton,
Iflr. To one who hears it for tha drat
Daily Trains^—Each Direction
fltri* comes the contlction that tha ah-
’ •rlgliic« expressed their avntluMgta fh
Ask our nearest agent for fol.ier “Newport” or write
F. M. Munker3 for a few days. invited, especially all old pioneers
* § in.iltlte rowel sounds, to which sea*
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
and their families. Mayor Wal
*3piisonant* hove been added. Been
ey et l la sounded as In Latin, and tha Chevrolet or Buick
w»Ma ate ‘ easily pronounced by onle
liver the principal address.
'trk» le patient and wishes to spetk
S O U T H E R N PA C IFIC L IN E S
^ghrhietly. The pronunciation will be
Peter Deidrich and family left Astoria $2‘,0,000 distributed
*gjl the bolter If the Speaker WC1 draw
Phone or Call on
Wednesday morning for a mot- last week to loggers in wages.
gut, almost drawl, the vewel aoundf.
trip over the Columbia Highway Gold Hill — Beaver Cement
reason the language la well
0. M. Baker, Agent they
& ed which
to the doleful Hawaiian wail,
expect to be gone three or plant near here to start opera
flooraoo-luu-luu aad let tha word
See our Clubbing offer in another column.
four day s.
Never before have we shown such
a wide variety of styles and col
ors in Ginghams and Percales.
by the Sea
Those who seek rest, and
sea-shore recreation, will
find abundant opportunity
Ample hotel accommoda
tions, cottages or camping