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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1917)
TME ST Ä Y T 0 N M RIL
CXM W IU
Monday afternoon, at Salem,
O. M. Baker reports the sale
the m arilige of Miss
of Chevrolet cars to M. M. Gass-
C. lì. D A l'lrH lìR T :, Editor ami Alatuigvr
daughter of Mr. ai d
ner, L. A. Darby and Howard
Steward, and Clyde,
a te r at the postoffice at Stayton, Marion Montgomery.
Enterod a> second cl a
Downing, Judge W.
M. M. Gnssner made a trip to
March A. 1879.
tying the hymenial
S tltm for a license tag f r his
The young couple have many
Geo. Gassner has purchased
many friends who will join the
the Ford car of U. M. Gassner. j
: <■ t*t.- i ito m l A s o o » tir :i t r i l of the W illam ette V alle y Editorial
Mail in congratulations.
0. M. Baker made a business
trip to Albany and incidently
Cards have been received an
brought out onother Chevrolet. nouncing the marriage of Miss
,\d\ rtising Rates Ma ,’e Known Upon Application
Maud Hollister, of Salem, former
Closing out our retail depart teacher in the Stayton schools, to
r n A ’ a tied s Re;i.eseBtcd by The American Press Association
I ment watch for the Mammoth Louis Sestak. of Saco, M ont, the
Sale, September 29th, at the event occurring in Montana the
' ;dre?s a’l Communicatio’is to The Stavton Mail
first of September.
Charles (Russel) Street, who
was arrested at Jefferson and
brought to Salem Tuesday on a
Four 10c rolls 25c at Beau
Mrs. John Gunsaules left Tues
Miss Mamie Laux who has charge of larceny, committed by champ’s Quality Drug Store.
da for an extended visit with been visiting friends in this vici stealing a gun from Wm. Ulrich,
Alaska Salmon pack totals
relatives at Oregon City and Well- nity returned to her home at is being held by Sheriff Needham
455,000 cases against 500,000 in
Albany Friday. She was accom awaiting advice from the mili 1916.
Will Ctuncilman and family panied by her Sister, Mrs Arnold tary authorities at Vancouver.
Street yesterday admitted to the
were Stayton visitors Monday. Senz and brother, Tony Laux.
that he was a deserter
A rthur Forette made a busi
United States army,
ness trip to Jefferson Tuesday.
For Infants and Children
he was a member of
Mrs. M. F. Rvan and Wm. and
Mrs. Ternan returned home
Company A, -14th infantry. It In U u For Over 3 0 Year*
from the hop yard the first of the Marguerite Ryan spent Friday in
is stated that he sold the stolen Always
gun to Cecil Doy of Jefferson. S ig n a tu re o f
Sophia Eberheart spent Sun-!
Andrew Brown visited at the
He was also accused of stealing
day with Angeline Ryan.
Gentry home Saturday.
a revolver from Charles Seehale,
Mrs. H. R. Shank and little son also of Jefferson. He still had
< ¡scar Bouck spent Sunday at
guests at the John Huber the revolver at the time of his
the R. J. Kusy home.
Mrs. Nick Schmitz and Mrs.
W h « t train ed .p .c l.U .l* w ith a t l m l.b -
Ernest Knapp, Fred Smith and
• rito rU a and « d .g u .l» . g u l p « « * (Iv a la-
A. Forette visited at the Gun-
• tr u .lto a Wading to .o lU g W l. d afraaa la Ml*
sa.'o s home Sunday afterruon. Melvin Shank were Sunday
AGRICULTURE, w ilk IS d .p tr iB M M I
R. W. Van Nuys made a trip guests of Wayne and Willis Hub
COMMERCE, w ith 4 d . p . r t a . a t . ;
to Marion Monday.
ENGINEERING, w ith 6 l a a a t t a n l a ta-
In any quantity at Beauchamp’s
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Shank
• la d ln f 01*11. E l.c tr t.a l. Highway. In d a atrial
Quality Drug Store.
Aria Irrig a li» ., aad M aahaalaal C a g ta x r ta g l
were visitors at the home of Mrs.
FORESTRY, In .lu d la g L agglag R a g U aav
in Portland and brought to Sa HOME ECONOMICS, w ith 4 aaaja* l a f i r i
Freda Thayer of Scio is visit
lem Tuesday on a charge of ob ■ anta, la a la d ia f Irain lag la Ifef F i» . U ri
D. W. Mercer motored to Sa ing with her sister, Mrs. Floyd taining money by false pretense, B out a;
M u n i r à , w ith th raa 4 a» a riB a sta , M a la »
lem Wednesday accompanied by Shelton.
was arraigned Wednesday in ju s la s C h a a ia sl R n s M n r i . f i
Miss Cora Ray returned home tice of the Peace W ebster’s court
his mother and father, where the
o r MUSIO. affai« IS ria « »
latter remained for medical treat Friday after spending the week and entered a plea of not guilty. Don THR In SCHOOL
tba prin cip al S apariaaaata af aaaal
ment. At this writing he is re with her two sisters in Portland. His bond was fixed at $500 and aad In a trs B a a ta l « sa la .
THR M IL IT A R Y M » A M I N O T I a a r a lM
Lionel McKnightof Scio is now he will oe given a hearing later l o s t rad ala la lS I S - I f , aaS w aa r a w a a a a
About twenty members of the visiting his grandparents, Mr. in the justice court, As he fail Sanaa far O. A. C. f r a « aka W ariara « a p a rt-
a a a t of tha D. 8 W ar D a p a r ta a a i aa aaa ad
Rebekah Lodge of Lyons attend and Mrs W. R. Ray.
ed to furnish bonds Lowe is still lha f lfta .a ‘ 'S lallag n tah ad m a lltn ll.it» ’ ‘ af
kfghar laaralng. All cadala will ha farmlahaS
ed the district convention held
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Habber- in the custody of Sheriff Need com
piala uniform a bp lh a U. 8. O s r a r a a a a l
in Mill City on Wednesday of man spent Sunday at the M. F. ham.—Salem Statesman.
and tha Iunior and aaalar r a d a la enrolled la
lha R. O. T. C., will ha g lra a c e a a a t e t l a a f r i
aubelatenee. aa w all aa all Ira a a p a rla lla a aad
Mr. and Mrs. M. Martin and
aubeletenee al Iba ala w eeke' B a a a p r a a a « .
Mrs. Ed Smith and daughter.
In bulk or boxes, always on REG ISTRA TIO N B E O IN 8 OCTSBEB S,
Mrs. A. H. Brown were Stayton Maude spent Sunday afternoon
In form ation oa raqaaat.
A4 S ta s a
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. hand at Beauchamp’s Quality R eg istrar, Oragoa A g ricu ltu ral C e liac a
Cor*a lila Oragoa.
Frank Johnston and family Pete Fiedler.
were driving up the valley Sun-
There will be preaching servic
es, both morning and evening at
S. D. Brown and son, Willis, the Mt. Pleasant church.
are putting a new roof on the
latter’s house. Wall paper, paint
A towm is judged by its news
etc., will be used in turn.
papers. When the average out
Mr. Beers of Weasel Flat was sider picks up a newspaper from
a caller at the Frank Berry home a town in which he is interested
Su: day evening.
in knowing something about, he
Mrs. Sandberg spent Thursday is impressed with that town’s
afternoon with Mrs. Geo. John importance by the number of
merchants he sees represented
Banker— professional man—contractor
AlvaThomas and son w ere buy in its colums. If the newspaper
—farmer—-or wag« earn
ing some beef cattle in this vici looks busy to him the natural im
pression is left on his mind that
— whatever yotar business may be, a
Mrs. Lillie Hartmus and daugh the town is also busy. This is
o t o r c a r will save time for you and
ter of Portland spent Saturday quite natural. On the other hand
if the newspaper he picks up is
increase your efficiency.
with Mrs. E. E. Trask.
lacking in local advertising, and
Mrs. 0. Sandberg and Misses only an occasional foreign ad.,
And «re recommend the Maxwell to
Thelma Fox and Emma Sandberg with possibly a railroad time
you as the most economical oar on the
motored to Stayton Tuesday of table and one or two local mer
chants represented in its columns
Geo. Beers and wife returned he will be impressed with the
Thousands of Maxwell owners operate
to Salem Sunday after a week’s idea that this is about all the
their cars at a cost of $6 to $8 a month.
visit with home folks.
town has, and probably pass it
up as not worthy of his consider-!
The Maxwell retains its efficiency for
Labor agitators and politicians ation.
years and has a high second-hand value.
continue to attack the big indus
Baker may build new hotel.
trial enterprises of the west and
The Maxwell is a genuine business asset
North Bend On account of
tell how they should be run.
for any man.
labor shortage girls are working
School books must be cash.
in box factory here.
V \Si'diR A- n M ’O H ER TY , Givmrs mid Publishers
Si or5* ! ; Price $1.00 Per Year In Advance
to the Colors calls for thrift and
common sense by everybody. A 10c. pouch
of W-B Cut Chewing goes twice as far as 10c.’•
Worth of ordinary tobacco. That’s the big point:
tW-B Cut isn’tordinary tobacco, it’s rich tobacco,
and a lasting chew.
Toilet Paper This Week
IM s'fc r WlTOAX-ltUTON COMPANY, 1IS7 B ~4«ar. IWv Y«k City
C A S T O R IA
Thrift Is Now a
The American people *r%
They reeen M
charge that they are w a e te ft1
Blue Vitrol and
Bank d ep o titt a ll over the
country are increasing by leape
A re you a depositor T
Fox Valley Gems
I f you are net, join the finan
cial preparedness army. M an
age to lay aside a certain
amount a f task. W e'll be g la d
to explain our banking system.
STAYTON STATE BANK
Nice Fresh Candies
A share of the banking; business
of Stayton and vicinity
You are assured of a safe deposi
tory and courteous treatment at
this bank, by ample capital and
long experience in the banking
Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton, Oregon
C a p i t a l $ 2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0
A Complete Line of
Touring Car $ 7 4 8
K o a ii.t e r S 7 4 8 1 C o u p 4 H 0 9 8 ;
B er Une * 1 0 9 8 1 S .J n n $ 1 0 9 8
A U p r i e ; t. o. t . D e tro it
f C A M IL
Last episode next Wednesday
We all want to see how the Big Serial Ends
■IK C R I S T
C. A. BEAUCHAMP
• W e also Carry a com-
1 plete line of Staple and
* Come in and Examine our Stock Goods :
and be Convinced