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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1917)
School P la id s
F all G in g h a m s .vere n ever m ore beautiful, Plaids of
cotton dress fabi ics in other lines also seem to be in
better colorin gs than before. M oth ers w ill find here
ideal assortm ent for m aking girls, school dresses
w ith patterns to cut from.
O .d y a fe w days unt 1 the K iddies w ill be m arch ing
< iY to school, but first they must be supplied w ith
n '\v dresses, aprons, stockings, umbrellas, penci's,
t lblets. pens, ink and m any other items o f necessity
for efficient school w ork .
Watch for H im Joat Sale , date
to be Announced Later
I Doll’s Sash Store
/ / / / / v / r •'
Auction Sale Season is Here
Deal with the auctioneer who does the most busi
ness. You will find there is a reason for it. There
fore to insure the utmost security, satisfaction and
profit, you should date your sale early with
BEN T. 3 U D TELL, Live Stock Auctioneer
ALBANY, O R E G O N
Who holds sales nearly every day in the sale season.
For reference see any one who has heard me or both
banks c f Stayton.
E CONOMIC and MILITARY
THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
In ad dition to co m p le te c o u rs e s in g e n e ra l and
s cie n tific ed u ca tio n , o ffo rs full o p p o rtu n itio s in
MILITARY DRILL, DOMESTIC SCIENCE
ARTS AND COMMERCE
P l j n fo r e ffe c tiv e fu tu re » e r v ic e . Y e u r c o u n try
ne e d s it. S en d fo r free illu s tra te d b o o k le ts ," T ra in
th e B ra in fo r P a a ca o r W a r ” and " T h a W o m a n and
the U n iv e rs ity ." A d d ro t s R e g is tra r,
UNIVERSITY O F O R E G O N . Eugene, Oregon
Derwent Hall Cain
“Crime and Punishment”
By Fedor Dostoieffsky
One of the Greatest Stories Ever Written.
At Star Theatre, Sunday, Sept. 2
Good Show Saturday Evening
Pathe News —Gen. Pershing Landing in France.
Show 7:30, before the Dance.
S c h o o l N o te s
News From All Over The
Don’t Cook Yourself 5
These Hot Days But
Possibly. About Y ou or Y our Friends
Rev. F. A. Ware and family
Adam Schlies. o f Linn county,
of St. Johns, Wash., who have
was a Stayton caller Tuesday.
Paul Limbeck, o f near Scio, been visiting his mother. Mrs. J.
W. Thomas, and brother. T. J.
was a caller Monday.
Ware, left for their home this
G- W. De Jardin has returned morning.
from his vacation.
Considering the price o f grain
Rig dance at the Skating Rink aruj
exceptional dry season
Saturday, Sept., 1st.
and other conditions, don’ t you
George and Jake Lam brecht of think it a good investment to
Fern Ridge were trading with take out t* months insurance on
our merchants Wednesday.
your grain and hay in barn.
J. W. MAYO. Fire Insurance.
J. W. Phillips and Byron W il
liams o f Coon Hollow were Stay-
Curtis Cole is fitting a fine
ton callers Wednesday.
herd o f his famous short horn 1
Geo. Roser o f Sublimity was a cattle for the Linn county and i
Mr. Cole has a
business visitor in Stayton Tues State fairs.
splendid herd of these cattle and
J. P. Ditterand Ed Bell of Sub- expects to carry off a number of
limity were in Stayton Wednes- prizes.
J. R. Gardner and w ife and C.
P. C. Freres. o f Fern Ridge. A - Luthy and w ife left Monday
was a business caller in Stayton morning for Detroit, where they
will camp for a week. Laurence
’ Rev. Lockhart left the first of Siegmund has charge o f the Lu
thy store during the owner’s ab
i the week on a business trip to
Salem and Portland.
One day last week a couple of
Miss Bessie Clow is at Mill
boys o f Kingston while in
City, where she has secured em
in Bmoking clover leaves
ployment as a stenographer.
in acorn pipes, started a fire in
Mrs. W. C. Parry and little
the woods opposite the Henkel
son Dixon, of Junction City, are
place. A number of the people
visiting Stayton relatives.
living adjacent and W. F. Follis
Luther Stout is now running an and others from town put in sev
auto stage line between Salem eral hours hard work before the
fire was gotten under control.
J. A. Richards, o f Lyons, was
a pleasant caller at this office tion Co. installs pump and motor
at cost o f $10,000—Idaho Power
Miss Dot Olmsted, of Eugene,
visited over Sunday with Stayton
George Keech and Warren
Richardson are on an automobile
i trip to Cathlamet, Wash.
Co. is completing new warehouse
here.—Van Patten Lumber Co.
building new office building and
warehouses— First National Bank
spending $20,000 for improvs-
Berries received at the Alva
President Griffith of the Port-
Smith place. Y'ou can also secure land Railway Light & Power Co.
berry crates there.
. is showing great spirit o f fair-
Dont fail to attend the dance ness in his dealings with men in
Saturday, Sept. 1st, at the Stay- wage increase matters and hopes
ton Skating rink.
to set precedent for future ques-
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schell- tions o f this kind.
Keep Cool by Using
W e have them in
One, Two and Three Hole Sizes
Come in and see them
LILLY HARDWARE CO.
Mapleware Lunch Sets
Appropriate for All Out-Door Meals
Use them for picnics, in camp, or at home. Keep a set in the
auto. A 41 piece set for 25c. Can you beat it. Cheaper than
washing dishes. They wont leak, they wont wilt, they are strong
and they are sanitary. Remember the price and the place, 25c at
J. R. Gardner’ s Cash Store,
Mechanic's Flexible Sole
W ork Shoes, Strong, Dur
able, and as Comfortable
as a dress Shoe $5.00
Lancefield Shoe Store
Portland—Spruce contracts let
berg and son are visiting friends
Oregon mills to furnish material
in Stayton and vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rock will for airplanes, price $105.00 per
move the first of the week to the thousand.
T. B. Riggs place, west of Span-
Many of the farmers are in -;
suring their hav and gain.
be glad to give you further in
J. W. Mayo, i Money to Loan I Have Made Arrange
ments for loaning eastern money,
Prof. W. C. Gauntt and family
will make very low rate o f inter
are now located at Ranier, where
est on highly improved farms. Ho
the professor will have charge of
mer H. Smith..room 5, McCornack
the city schools.
Bldg., Salem, Oregon, Phone 96.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore from east
ern Oregon are visiting the form FARM LANDS--The Government needs
ers sister, Mrs. Gilmore at North Farmers as well as Fighters, Two
mdlion three hundred thousands Acres
o f Oregon & California
W. F. Follis and wife and A.
Grant Lands. Title revested in United
Sunday last four auto loads of
Miss Margaret Miller, o f Sa- C. Thomas, w ife and little Miss States. To be opened for homesteads
Staytonites motored to the Mar- lem, has been chosen to fill the Louene Thomas motored to Cas and sale. Containing some o f best
lands left in United States.
ion Taylor grove on the Little position formerly held by Clyde cadla Sunday, returning Monday,
Copyrighted Map, showing land by
North Fork where an enjoyable Hoffer in the high school. She w Tx
, i - .. ,
sections and description o f soil, climate
day was spent.
Those in the is highly spoken o f as an in McDonald o f Mehama August rainfall( eIevatiom)> temperature etc.,
24th a 300, Dr. Beauchamp was by counties. Postpaid One Dollar,
party were: J. M. Ringo and wife, structor.
Grant Lands Locating Co.
Stanley A. Starr and wife, Dr. j The School Fair will be held the attending physician.
Beauchamp, w ife and little dau-
ghter. C. A. Luthy, w ife and lit-
tie daughter, H. C. Beauchamp,
J. W. Mayo and family, Jac.
Spaniol and wife, Mrs. J. F. Lau,
Miss Dorothy Smith, Dr. Korinek
and wife. E. 1). Alexander and
w ife and Miss Marian Alexander.
An abundance of good ‘ eats,”
a fine swimming pool and other
diversions helped lo make the
day an enjoyable one.
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T. J. Ware and son, Eugene. , t><,rtl,lll‘l- , , r v K ° n ______________ 1 2 L
in November instead o f Septem-
W AN TED - O n e loan o f *1,000, 2
left this morning for an extend
ber, as heretofore.
loans o f $1200 each, seal property se
ed virit in eastern Washington
School opens September 17th,
curity interest 6 to 8 per cent if inter
ested call at Stayton Mail office.
High school students will be
I I f f you are storing gram in
registered from 9 to 12 a. m.
FOR S A L E —A first-class modern
each day from Sept. 10 to 15. warehouse I can insure same un-' house. Inquire at Gehlen’s Store. 29tf
The first day school opens it will 1,1 y° u are ,eady to sell.
FOR SALE OR RENX .Tlu; building
run from 9 to 11:30 a. IT), and
J. W. Mayo.
known as Stayton Garage. Inquire at
from 1 to 2:20 p. rn. Regular
Titus Archer and family, o f
stayton Fee l store.
recitations and assigned lessons Kingston, left the last o f last f o r s a l e - i
bay marc wt. about
begin Tuesday morning.
It will week for a visit with relatives in 1300 iba. Apply to H. F. Weitman,
be necessary for students to Michigan.
register if any choice o f subjects
Mr. and Mrs. Dug Minto and
FOR SA L E -D riv in g team o f 2 and 3
Bend With the sale of $900,- ris cesired.
son Jack, Mr. and Mrs, Dan
year old horses. Apply J. Jasmer,
000 of tlie bonds o f the Ochoco
.Students wishing to work for Thompkins, Mrs. Will King and
FARM FOR RENT—On account o f poor
ct , i Crook conn- their board or persons desiring to small son of Salem were Sunday'
health am compelled to leave the farm
ty, comes the announcement that keep students allowing them to fie s ta o f Curtis Cole,
and will rent to right man at reasonable
on the permanent work for their hoard during the Alois C. Brandt who has been
price. T. J. Hill
development oi t i e big Central school year should notify W. A. visiting his son Joseph A Brandt
FOR R E N T-G ood ranch. Inquire of
to begin Weddle.
Oregon enterprise IS
o f Kingston for some time will G. R. Munkers.
within two weeks and will be
return to his home in the east
FOR S A LE —Team o f 7 year old geld
completed within 18 months.
Progressive Oregon shows up Saturday,
ings, weight about 1400 each, sound in
Gold Beach —Due to great de with a bond issue for permanent
Lebanon State Highway Corn- every respect. Also 1 3J Mitchell wag
mand for food and small salmon hard surface highways and pro- mission awarded contracts for on, almost new. Good set double work
harness, price $500. Inquire o f S. R.
catch Oregon fish canneries and : r
. ■ young men for state road and bridge construction for Lamb, care John Porter, near Aums
fishermen ask longer season.
East Through California
Is a favorite route for those seeking diversity o f scenery,
opportunity to visit many attractive cities en route and
enjoy the best in travel.
One W ay Fares
First and second class to the East and
South apply via California.
can lie made very economically.
Round Trip to principal cities in the
East will be on sale certain days in
August and September. These tickets
apply over practically all routes.
Ask your local ugent for particulars or write
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES
See our Clubbing offer in another column.