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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1917)
Auction Sale Season is Here
Deal vsith the auctioneer who does the most busi
ness. You will find there is reason for it. There
fore to insure the utmost security, satisfaction anil
profit, you should date your sale early with
BEN T. SU DTELl, Live Stock Auctioneer
News From All Over The
P o s s ib ly
Don’t Cook Yourself
These Hot Days But
Keep Cool by Using
About You or Your Friends
Who holds sales nearly every day in the sale season.
For reference see any one who has heard me or both
banks of Stayton.
14<0() feet, and that irom this
height thsy had a most magnifi
cent view of the canyon. They
Saturday last a party compos returned on Monday evening,
ed of J. W. Mayo. F. Siegmund, bringing forty gallon of berries
L A. Thomas and Jos. Fisher with them.
left here at 5 a. m., for a trip to
the mountains to gather hucktl-
School books at Sioper’s.
berries. They went up on the
old Quartzville road as far as 1 •- Harvy Beauchamp has return
sible with a car, and then secur ed from his vacation, and brought
ed pack horses for the rest of the his Another and niece Wilma
Beauchamp of Albany with him
a visit with relatives.
Thehuckelberrv patch that the
Klamath Falls—Strahorn road
boys inva led is between thirty
and thirty-five miles above the now laying rails. First locomo
head of Rock Creek. The boys tive arrives here just one year
say that one day they climbed after proposal to build railroad.
School books must be casii.
Mrs. H. A. Beauchamp is vis
iting in Portland a few days.
Grant Murphy made a business
trip to Salem Monday.
School books at Sioper’s.
Felix Van Ermen and wife
spent Sunday in town.
Paul Limbeck, from near Scio,
was a caller Monday.
Henry downing of Shaw was
trading in Stayton Wednesday.
E. A. Thayer of Lyons was a
Stayton caller Wednesday.
Mrs. H. Lilly and sister Miss
Gladys Rice were Salem visitors
Mrs. T. J. Follis, of Kingston,
left Friday last for a visit with
relatives in Harrington. Wash.
Mr». C. E. Daugherty left on
Wednesday for a visit with rela
tives and friends in and near
Castle Rock, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mutsch-
ler, Mrs. E. T. Matthieu and Mr.
and Mrs. V. Dare Sloper visited
Remember the Fall Coat Salt at
Doll’s Cash Store Oct, 11,12 and
Peter Deidrich reports the sale
of Ford Touring cars to T. J.
Hill. Ed Tate and 0. W. Hum
phrey all of Sublimity.
Closing out our retail depart
ment. Watch for the Mammoth
Sale, September 29th, at the
Woolen Mills. ,
Mrs. C. E. Taylor went down
to Portland Sunday. C. E. mo
tored to Portland Monday and
Mrs. Taylor returned with him
Any one wishing a Ford Tour
ing car should place their order
at once with Peter Deidrich as
he is now able to make immed
Geo. Warford. Joe Hammon
and Peter Deidrich accompanied
C. E. Taylor tc Portland on Mon
day. Whilein the city Mr. Ham-
man purchased a new Federal
W e have them in
One, Two and Three Hole Sizes
Come in and see them
LILLY HARDWARE CO.
Have you seen the Splendid Array
New Fall Dress Goods,
Suitings. Vvaistings, Coat Materials,
crepe de chene, fancy silks etc. on
display this week at
J. R. Gardner’s Cash Store,
Free delivery Wednesday and Saturday.
Tablets, Pencils, Pens
And all school supplies at Siop
er’s Drug Store.
W. H. Mollett and daughter
Miss Bertha Mollet, of Sublimi
ty. and her friend Miss Dora Ra-
bens, motored to Corvallis last
Thursday, returning Tuesday,
Mr. Mollett attending to business
‘ Yes they are fine blankets. Aren't they soft and fluffy? You’ll enjoy warmth and comfort Saturday, Sept 15 is registra
tion day for the Woman.s Coun
i ; a pair of “DORSET’ Wool Blankets, even on the coldest nights.”
cil of National Defense. All
ladies over 16 years of age are
asked to register. Those living
are made of selected wools with long warps which are strong and durable. The filling of in the Kingston precinct may
these blankets is carefully sorted, thoroughly cleansed, scoured and carbonized. The nap register at the home of Curtis C.
Cole from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
ping process gives to the blanket that soft finish which means warmth and comfort.
Heppner—First National Bank
building nearing completion.
A large and complete stock new und old styles. New
and old prices. .Quality right. Styles right. Prices right.
I CAN SAVE YOU GOOD DOLLARS
Ladies English Shoes Black and Tun. Neolin or Leather
Soles $3.50 to $6.00
Lancefield Shoe Store
Men’s High Cuts for Winter now in
“DORSET” Wool Blankets
“SUB WOOL” Cotton Blankets
permanent as the blanket itself
Any Flavor You Like
are made of choice selected American and Chinese cottons. Combining these two qualities
of cotton gives tne blankets much that soft “FEEL" and the fluffy appearance found in
The Golors are beautiful, and almost as
Come and See Them
Money to Loon —I More Mode Arrange
ments for loaning eastern money,
will make very low rate of inter
est on highly improved fsrms. Ho
mer H. Smith,¡room 5, McCornack
Bldg., Salem, Oregon, Phone 96.
DOLL’S GASH STORE
FARM LANDS—The Government needs
Farmers as well as Fighters, Two
1 million three hundred thousands Acres
WE have “ DORSET” and “ SUBWOOL” blankets
in a broad range or Prices which are Right
AND M I L I T A R Y
THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
In ad dition to co m p le te c o u rs e s In ge n e ra l and
s c ie n tific od u ca tio n , o ffe rs full o p p o rtu n itie s In
M IL ITA R Y DR ILL, D O M E S TIC SC IEN C E
A R TS AND C O M M ER C E
P la n fo r e ffe c tiv e fu tu re s e rv ic e . Y o u r c o u n try
ne e d s it. S e n d fa r free illu s tra te d b o o k le ts ,“ T r a in
th e B ra in fo r P e a co o r W a r ” and " T h e W o m a n and
th a U n iv e rs ity .” A d d re s s R e g is tra r,
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eugene. Oregon
of Oregon A California Railroad Co.
Grant Lands. Title revested in United
. . Gassner of . Kingston
States. To be opened for homesteads
was a business visitor in Stayton aruj PH|e- Containing some of best
lands left in United States. I.nige
E. C. litu s was a Portland 'Copyrighted Map, showing land by
visitor the early part of th e 8ett'on"
description of soil, climate
rainfall, elevations, temperature < lc,,
by counties. Postpaid One Dollar,
r.d Dougheity of Jordan was Grunt Lands Loculing Co. Box CIO
a business caller in Stayton Wee'- Portland, Oregon
Any Quantity You Wish
Wholesale and Retail
Packed so you can take it as far as you like
S E P TE M B E R .24-29
WANTED O n e loan of f 1,000. 2
H. J. Mutschler and Will Hass- loans of 41200 each, seal properly ..i-
j i are hunting deer near Casrv.- curity interest 6 to 8 per cent if n ! t r
eated call nt Stayton Mail office.
Ladies and children coat sale
Oct., 11,12 and 13 at boil's Cash
Agricultural Exhibits, Grand Live
Stock Parade, Harness and Saddle
Horses, Running and Trotting Knees
Hogs, Cattle and Poultry, Farm
Machinery Exhibits, Portland Day,
Salem Day, Scandinavian Day, Re
formation Day and many other
special events. Something of in
terest every minute.
FOR SALE—A first-claas modern
house. Inquire at Gehlen’s Store. 29tf
FOR SALE- Cheap if taken soon 35
j hea,i good breeding ewes. W. R. Sur
Merta and Laurence Siegmund ry, Lyons, Ore.____________________
and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Luthy FOR SALE —About 20 tons good ensi-
, lage corn. Forrette Broa West Stay
visited in Salem Sunday.
The Itebekahs initiated seven ton.
candidates at their regular meet FOR SALE- 91 acre farm. 55 acres
under the plow, balance pasture and
ing last Tuesday.
timber. Good farm buildinga. 100 roils
Sioper’s Sodium Phosphate
cast of West Stayton, Ore.
J. W. Dively, Owner.
Gives prompt relief from sour 37t2
S t0 r6 .
The H ouse of Rea!
Wed., Sat., umlny
WHAT WOULD YOU DO IN HER PLACE?
Inia; ¡no a young girl, born in one of the w arring coun
tries, married to a man engaged i;i the manufacture of
munitions destined for use against her mother-land.
IS SUCH A GIRL IN
“ARMS AND THE WOMAN”
Dr. Bursel of Aumsville left
for L 03 Angeles California Wed
nesday of last week.
F. H. Davidson a n j family, of
Sacramento, former residents
, ., of
Stayton, were visiting relatives
in Scio last week.
Reedsport New sawmill to be
: built here.
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
on sale Sept. 20th to 29th, from
all points in Oregon. Final re
turn limit Oct. 3rd.
rains Direct to Fair GroundI
Attk jour local agent for particulars
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
FOR SALE — Heavy Bain wagon.
Addreaa Raleigh Harold.
FOR SALE Actelyne gas tank in
shape. Apply Mail office. 37t2
WANTED -10 0 or more Brown Leg-
or John i Koestcr,
not. ov* Stayton,
L 1 y.“ r
FOR SALE— Brown Mare, weight
1150. Gentle, work single or double.
G. R. Munkers.
SO U TH ER N
P A C IF IC
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See our Clubbing offer in another column.