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THE STAYTON MAIL
Ha* the Largest Circulation of Any Paper in the Santiam Valley
STAY TO N , MARION COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1917.
23rd. Year, No. 37.
of the best horses
Rebekah Lodge Has An Linn County Fair in good the entries
valley have been received Fine New Home
the events will prove excit
Interesting Session Sdo, Ore., Sept. 10. —1There is and
Serial No. 1126
1IEADQUARTERS FOR PEACHES
no doubt but that the eleventh There will be plenty of rest
Sugar, Cane or Berry
County Fair, which rooms, lunching places and am The new home of W. H. Down
The membera of the Kehekah will be Linn
held here Sept. 18, 19 ple ground for all to park their ing, who resides in the Waldo
$ 8 .4 0 p r sa ck -
4 fo r 1 5 c
Lodge of this city .pared no pains and 20, will
the best in the autos. The usual carnival at Hills, is a beautiful and modern
to make their special meeting on history of the be local
in «very respect It con
tractions will be on hand to keep house
Friday evening a success. The Every effort has been institution.
is of the bun
3 COFFEE SPECIALS
meeting was called at the request moke this year’s show a worthy things lively and something will galow type, rooms,
of Mrs. Mary Iamkester, state event, and tbe results will speak be doing from morning until electric lighted. A full base
president of the order, who is for themselves.
R. R. Cronise. ment 28x42, 7 feet in the clear.
6 lbs $1.00 5 lbs $1.00 4 ibs $1.00
visiting the different lodges in Under the able leadership of
For convenience and modern
conveniences, there are few if
Dr. A. G. Prill, who. many times
The lodge room was tastily against
any homes in Marion county not
a lw a y s
h ig h e s t
decorated with red dahlias and another fgir to a success, the lo
waxen lillies. At 8 o’clock the cal people have taken hold of the The Internal Revenue collector Mr. Downing’s and he is justly
members assembled and the show for this year with a vim at Portlaflft has received instuc- proud of his residence. This also
meeting opened. Only such work and determination which promis tions from the Treasury Depart I speaks well for the owners pro
ment at Washington, D. C., to
as the president wished to over es to remove all doubt as to its1 at
once notify all Tobacco dealers gressiveness, for he has a farm
see was called and disposed of. permanency in this section.
some 320 acres and instead of
Remember you carry home MORE GOODS
The initatory work was exem The premium list this year is that immediately upon the pas ' of
renting the farm and going to
plified after the other work was attractive. There will be over sage of the war tax act, now the
city to live he has set a splen
for your Eggs at
pending in Congress, they will
A short program was rended which the state puts up $1417.36. be required to make a detailed that of erecting a modern home \
inventory of all manufactured
after the address by the presi Competition
the farm and remaining there. | MARKETERS
dent- Hon. W. H. Hobson, past son in any county in Oregon. tobacco, including snuff, cigars on The
T H E S T O R E T H A T U N D E R S E L L S B E C A U S E IT S E L L S FO R C A S H
home is situated on one of
grandmaster gave an interesting One of the principal prizes is the and cigarettes, on hand at tHat the most
talk on "Fraternity, and what it individual farm exhibit prize, time, showing the price at which in Marion sightly
Should Mean to the Members.” which amounts to $210 for the the same is sold at retail, and to a splendid view of a and
Mrs. Ringo sang a solo and re four places. Twenty-five is the keep thin inventory until printed of the country and one portion
ceived a hearty encore. Dr. H. amount set aside for the boys in- forms are furnished by. the de most pleasing features of of the
A. Beauchamp gave an address divipual farm exhibit. Liberal partment. which will be as soon place both from the standpoint
See us at the State Fair
as possible, and instructions giv-
and Mrs. W. H. Hobson told a prizes are also offered for ap-len
With our high class.
as to howto complete the
story. Light refreshments were
then served. Having mingled
Jersey Cattle and
Murphy & Lainpman were the
pleasure with business, time all other lines. The school fair Upon the passage of the War contractors
and they have cer
comes in the school depart- Tax Bill, announcement will no
Big Type Duroc
passed so rapidly that it was also
out a job that for
midnight before members and The Scio fair is the big event doubt be made through the new»i style, finish and
Mrs, Lankaster is a young
visitors from all over the Under the new law one is not speaks in the highest terms of
Gold«*, Pod Queen. liie / ^
woman of pleasing personality, attract
It is the one fair be allowed to sell milk or butter
who has a thorough knowledge valley.
their cows have been tested There are three bed rooms,
of her work.
guaranteed to be the best county until
for tuberculosis. It costs nothing Jiving
room, dining room, bath
fair in the entire state.
kitchen on the ground
The management has seen to Just write the state veterinarian
the living room are
it that it will be a typical county at Salem that you wish to have
As school is about to.
and a fireplace
fair this year, and has made it done, and he will do the rest.
all scholars "Arms And TTuPWoman*'-will
that is not only comfortable to
many changes in the program all
-*ought to have their be shown at the Star Theat e
Think of the price of grain
the way through. There will be Oregon is expected to increase sit before, but pleasing to the
their eyes tested and Sunday. Mary Nash has been
and hay. Is it insured
a regular, old-fashioned good its acreage of fall sown wheat eye as well. It is built of Wila- assure themselves they are in engaged to appear for the first
against Fire? If not in time''fora’ll, T ith “’^ o ld -tim e f50' ^ <*nt over the samf ac.reaKe mina No. 1 pressd brick on a normal condition to stand the time on the screen in this Pathe
sure for four or six months amusements and everything. The of 1917. An increase of 41 per reinforced concrete foundation. strain of school work. Statis- Gold Rooster Play. She is one
racing program is better than cent in the acreage of Rye is also The workmanship of John Van tics show that there are a large of the famous Nash sisters. Flo
THE COST IS SMALL
Handel on this part of the build-1 percentage of scholars who can rence was Aggie Lynch in the
ever, for the professional horse asked for.
has been barred and the races North Bend — Work being ing is also firstclass. In the din not keep up with their classes, original production of "Within
limited to Valley horses. Some rushed on two new ship ways. ing room 3 ply fir veneer panel just because they have imper the Lav. ” and Mary was chosen
War Tax on Tobacco
price for eggs. Last Friday
we paid 38c, On Saturday
and all this week 4 0 c a dozen
J. W . MAYO
<wi» j •"««» $
4 -mm 1 .« mi » ^ ««Mi = «.»Mi § ««M $ wHmWiW f ftH»
In Men’s Furnishings
SOMETHING NEW COMING
Do us the favor to be in doubt, but also investigate. We’ll probably
take you to the Suit, Section first—we’re proud of the new Fall Suits—then
possibly we’ll give you a peep at the new Shirts and the new Ties that will
harmonize with them so handsomely. Even the fancy Hosiery has a re
freshing newness. You’ll catch glimpses everywhere of new things—Hats,
Shoes, Underwear in two pieces or union suits, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases,
in fact everything wanted in Men’s Furnishings.
You’ll notice the unusual high quality of all this merchandise, also its
diversity as to style and patterns. Every effort has been given to make
our collection better than ever before—and we’ve succeeded beyond our
expectations. We ordered early and in large quantity, securing them at a
price lower than the same merchandise would cost us now.
The prices we are asking you are based upon the cost of the goods to
us. You will find them very moderate.
Salem Woolen Mills Store
136 N. Commercial Street
«HlMf f «till» ¥ .(«(MC I
¡Arms And The Woman
iMtIW 4 HMIM 1 (M * i
ing is used and it is very attrac
by David Bolasco for the the role
tive. The kitchen is a Dutch fect Now,
the benefit of the of Wanda Kelley in “ ihe Wo-
kitchen, with numerous handy- students, for
have made prepara- man when he produced it for
built-in cub-boards and bins. tion at my I office
to test and ex- the first time.
Each of the six bed rooms has a amine free of charge
the eyes of "Arms and the Woman’’ is an
large clothes closet and the door | alT who kre'interested.'
original story, by Ouida Bergere,
in the front bed room down stairs
of great strength and timely in
has a full size French plate mir-
Stayton, Oregon. terest. It shows a young wife
born in one of the warring coun
The building is wired for elec
tries torn between love for her
tric lights and is plumbed all Closing out our retail depart- husband, a munitions king, and
over for hot and cold water. C. ment. Watch for the Mammoth j for her motherland.
E. Taylor did the wiring and Sale, September 29th at the The picture has been produced
Jac Spaniol did the plumbing and Woolen Mills.
j under the direction of George
I is installing the water system. | Southern Pacific and 8000 em- Fitzmaurice, one of the most
On the back porch is a sink for pi0yees arbitrate differences.
famous of the moving picture
I the use of the men who areem-i
producers. Great things are ex
ployed on ranch. The pump and
pected of it since reports indicate
, tank house contains the pump,
Miss Nash --------------------
is just as charm-
as she is on the
ii. j enRine. .Th.e ^ lls.° f LthlS,bfi11,K1,‘ spelling pads, scribbler tablets, istage. Manager Hoereth
-ing are six inches thick and filled inks etc., at Rpanrhamn’s
Quality Star Theatre will ".-
with sawdust to prevent freezing. ,'1KS e*c” Beauchamp’s
The painting and decorating is _rug ore~
being done by the well known
and popular Jack Edwards who
is certainly a Yast master in the
| art of spreading paint. Under
his experienced hand and artis
tic taste the pleasing effects of
Added to our Store
the contractors work is made to
stand cut more prominently.
W H A T IS IT ?
This home is strictly a home
product as the work was all done
by local people and the lumber
except the mill work was bought
at the local yard.
School Begins Sept. 17.
On account of the District Suh-
day school convention at Aums-
ville next Sunday, Sept. 16 there
will be no preaching services at
Kingston until thr following
School boohs must be cash.
Call and see for yourself
what we offer for 5-10-15-
20-25 cts. You will be
surprised at the values
we offer for little money
Eggs doz. 40c.
W. F. KLECKER.
ESTABLISHED 14 YEARS