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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1917)
g Doll’s Cash Store
A Complete Line of
Don’t Cook Yourself
§ Possibly About You or Your Friends
f Mrs. C. E. Brown spent a few L. K. Siegmund ¡md K. Mulo'
Keep Cool by Using
Flaxons. L aw n s, Voiles, Poplins. D im ities. Piques.
W a s h Silks, and various o th e r m aterials in w h ite
goods snd figures. Suitable for
Cool, Attractive Summer Dresses
and Blouses, just received a new lot o f Sport goods
For Sport Skirts and Suits
also a full line o f Staple and Seasonable D ry G oods.
Delivery every day and twice on Saturday
HIGH PRICE PAID FOR PRODUCE
Doll's Cash Store
F A R M A N D C IT Y L O A N S
If you arc paying a high rate of interest, why not refund
your loan at a lower rate and more liberal terms. It is not
good business to pay a higher rate of interest than the
m arket dem ands, nor is it good business to keep your sur
plus funds on time deposit at 3 to 4 ( i per annum when
can readily be secured on first Farm Mortgages. If
you have money to loan or wish to refund or secure a new
one, call or write S. H. H ELTZEL, Stayton, Oregon.
H a v in g B o u g h t th e Stock o f Y o u n g ’s C ash G ro cery
the Store will be closed
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
For the Purpose of R e-arrang
ing the Stock and Adding a
Line of General M erchandise
The Grand Opening
In Next Week’ s Paper
M ARKETERS GROCERY COMPANY
General M erchandise
AN EXPERT AUTO MAN
F R O M S P O K A N E IS N O W
At Brown’s Auto Repair & Mach. Shop
Why go to Salem for your
work when we can do it?
M O T O R T R O U B L E S O U R S P E C IA L T Y
If in the Market
days last week at Newport Ore.
Mrs. Anna Stayton came down
from Detroit for a short stay.
Ed Young and family spent
Sunday in Salem.
C. A. Silvernagel of Jordan
was trading in Stayton Tuesday.
Chas. Staiger of Sublimity was
trading in Stayton Tuesday.
The side of the Sloper drug
stoic now beat big new signs.
Mrs. Ben Gehlen and children
returned Tuesday from Portland.
Mrs. Dan Dodson, ¿if Deer Is-
land, Ore., is visiting at the J.
W. Kiphart home.
A. S. Davie is suffering from
blood poisoning in one of his
W. J. Hewitt was otr duty a
] short time last week on account
1 of sickness.
Mrs. M. A. Heltzel has gone
I for a visit with relatives in Spo-
kane, W ash.,and points in Idaho,
Mrs. M. J. Crabtree and little
son Elsworth left yesterday fo ra
| visit with Salem relatives.
Mrs. Joe Fisher and son ac-
Miss Emma Hendricks, of Sub- comPan'e‘l
and ‘^ r8, ^ c*
' limity, was visiting in town ves- Crow to Polk Count>' Monday.
where they will visit for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Evans of
Water in the Stayton ditch
Great Falls Montana visited a
shut olf Sunday while the
few days with Mrs. C. E. Brown.
electric plant was running, caus
C. J. Siebcl of Union Hill was
ing a hot box that made things
transacting business in Stayton
warm for a few minutes.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I,effler
Thelma Johnson of Salem is
and baby returned the last of the
spending the week at the Ed
week from Pendleton. The cli-
, j mate there did not agree with
Berry pickers are in great de- Mr3< u M v r's health.
mand so there is no excuse for
the fellow without a .¿pb.
Mr. and Mrs. Rich of Seattle,
visited last Friday with C. E.
Taylor and wife.
P. H. Lambert of Linn county
Money to Loan I Have Made Arrange
w a s transacting business i n
ments for loaning «astern money,
will make very low rate of inter
est on highly improved farms. Ho
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Darby, of
mer H. Smith, room 5, McCornack
near Scio, were trading in town
Bldg., Salem, Oregon,IPhone 96.
Clyde Harold, Ol Albany, spent f o r SALE —1 hlack driving mare
Sunday at the home o f his par- 7 year old gentle weight about 925.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F . Harold. Will sell or trade for cow.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hill left Tues- ________ ’* l:" " ''
day for a visit with friends in FARM LANDS The Government needs
Farmers as well as Fighters, Two
Portland and Astoria.
million three hundred thousands Acres
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Neitling.of of Oregon & California Railroad Co.
Fern Ridge, were in town Mon Grant Lands. Title revested in United
States. To be opened for homesteads
and sale. Containing some of best
Mr. and Mrs. John Crabtree lands left in United Ststes. Laige
have returned from Pendleton, Copyrighted Map, showing land by
sections and description of soil, climate
well satisfied with the valley.
rainfall, elevations, temperature etc.,
T Roy Crabtree and family of by counties. Postpaid One Dollar,
Lyons w ere Stayton callers Mon- t;rant Lands locating Co. Box 610
L. A. Darby and wife were in ' w a n t e d 10 or 12 Loganberry pickers
attendance at a Sunday school to camp at my yard, one mile east of
picnic at Scio last Sunday.
Marion, may give adults work in dryer
Russell Street w a s visiting
' friends in Stayton last Satur-
! d ay .
HAM M AN’S BARN
of evenings expect to start picking
about July 16. Telephone Farmers 33
E. E. Dengs,________________ 2 * t2
FOR SALE—Standard b r e d driving
mare, 7 yr., old wt. about 1050. Or
W0lJid consi ler a trade for young med
ium heavy, mare of draft type. Inquire
Mrs. Roy Hall and child from
Culbertson, Montana are visiting
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
FOR SALE—Poland China bow and
Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Faust nine pig». Phone or irq iire of
and daughter, of Seattle, Wa-h.,
B. F. Burby.
are guests at tin Jeh i Heiderer FOR SALE - White Leghorn cocker
els from trap nested »took. Good lay
O. M. Baker of Kingston has
names and serial number
of those who registered in that
Home of Best Pictures
Chevrolet or Buick
SHOWS - Wednesdays, Sat
names and serial number
Four or Six of The
tho-:e who registered in this
urdays and Sundays
precinct are posted in Beau-
P r o n e o r Call o n
I champ’s Drug Store window.
0 . M. Baker, Agent
J. A Flynn, of Minneapolis,
Bring Your Old Iron
K ngston, O re.
Minn., is here visiting at the
home of his brother, Chas. H.
and Rubber to
Coal and oil are playing out as Flynn.
a reliable fuel supply on railroads
Mrs. Hallman, who has been
and still Congress fails to pro visiting her sister, Mrs. Pan-
vide liw s to develop electric coast, has gone with her little
HIGHEST PRICES PAID
daughter to Wendel, Idaho.
Time fi r advocates of freak
Mrs. Eliza Roy Taylor has h r
Eugene, Junction and Cres- laws and Dolly Varden politics to old position in the Slrr tot. St: *e
well canneries operate to ft 1 reef sales and get on a new tack Bank during the absence o f <'
if they hope for | opular favor. , R. Munkers.
of Gervais are building a house
for Frank Siogmund.
Chas. Hottinger of Sublimity
made the Mail office a pleasant
Gilbert Deal and W. A. Del-
more of North Santiam were]
transacting business in StRvton
J. \V. Mayo and John lhom al
mo^oretj to Portland last Friday
evening. Mr. Mayo brought his
son Stewart home w ith him.
- The Ke(1 Cr08S aro ^ t l y in
need of workers and the meni-
hers are urged tu b e present aL
the Odd Fellows Hall Friday af-
ternoon at 2 o’clock,
I). M. Doll and wife accom-
panied by John Thonta and fam-
'!>' made a trip over the Colum-
bia Highway Sunday returning
home Monday evening.
Ellsworth Russell a member
of Uncle Sams army spent a few
hours with home folks. He re-
?urned to Vancouver that even-
Address A. McKenzie,
Scio, Ore., lit. 2
FOR SALE A good Jersey milk cow.
Apply to \V. E T~te, li milnj e st of
Sublimity. Phone 17^8.
f o r s a l e 75 one year old Brown
Leghorn hen». W. E. Tate, 1} mile»
cast ol Sublimity. Phone I72S 7-26x
FOR SALE —A first-class modern
hou-e. Inquire at Gehlen’» Store. 29tf
FOR SALE OR RENT—The building
known as Stayton Garage. Inquire at |
Stayton Feed Store.
LOST —Auto H ole Tuesday evening]
finder please return to Mail office and
FOR SALE -Angclu» Player Piano
and over 100 roll» of music. Geo. E.
Balsiger, it. I). :'< io, Ore.
. « a a M H w n M a a i M a a i a a a a M
M / .
These Hot Days But
W e h a v e th em in
One, Two and Three Hole Sizes
G>me in an d see them
LILLY HARDWARE CO.
Wash Goods are now in Demand
F o r M ountains, G m n try a n d h o m e—see o u r line o f
Lawns, Piques, Voiles,
an d v ario u s o th e r m a terials in w h ite goods and
figures, suitable for cool a ttra c tiv e su m m e r
dresses. Also full line o f o th e r seasonable dry
J. R. Gardner's Cash Store,
Bargain Sale of
Ladies and Children’s
White Goods not included
in this Sale.
Lancefield Shoe Store
IC E C R E A M
Any Flavor You Like
Any Quantity You Wish
Wholesale and Retail
Packed so you can take it as far as you like
by the Sea
Those who seek rest, and ,
sea-shore recreation, will
find abundant opportunity
Ample hotel accom m oda
tions, cottages or camping
Low Round Trip Fares
Daily Trains— Each Direction
Ask our nearest agent for fol 1er “ Newport” or write
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES
LOST -A grub hoe from Mrs, E. Gi iu-
ser on the old Deidrich place, the pa.ty
who took same please return it.
See our Clubbing offer in another column.