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STAYTON. MARION COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1,1917.
¿3rd. Year, No. 4t,
Serial No. 1133
From Carl Martin
Enjoyable Afternoon Young People Hold
The following letter is from
Meeting Held On Tuesday afternoon the Hallowe'en Parties a former
A Big Lot of Mens 12
employe of Henry J.
A large crowd was present1 Birthday club was entertained
Mutscbler, who is best known
Tuesday evening the Epworth
Monday evening at the high by Mrs. C. E. Daugherty and League
of the Methodist church here as Somewhere
school auditorium to hear the
an enjoyable occasion. All
address of Rollin K. Page of Sa- the members of the club with gave a Hallowe'en party in the
Oct. 5, 1017.
lern on Food Conservation,
the exception of Mrs. Wilbur. Opera House which was well at Dear Mrs. Mutschler:
This subject has been under the president, were present tended by the league members I would drop you a few lines
discussion in the schools for the Mrs. Roy Hall, Miss Marian Al-
paat week and all the children exander and little Miss Conine
suitable to the occi well and getting along all right.
were familiar with their share Thomas were guests. Mrs. Kor- decorated
a Halloween party Did you get any letters from me
of the work, the faculty and inek had composed a short poem the games and stunts
of the even since I am over here? I have
achool surprised all present by dealing with certain incidents ing ail took on the spirit
the written you two letters before
having pro paved a musical and that had happened in the club season of the year the party of typi
this, but I have net heard from
literary program. The enter- during the past year, which she
fied and Hght refreshments were you yet, so 1 don’t know if you
tainment consisted of recitations recited.
served in keeping with the spirit received them or not.
selections by the orchestra, solos, The house had l>een decorated of
We are still in the same camp
chorus and congregational sing with jiumpkins. autumn leaves the evening. A most enjoy where
we first stopped and now
1 and other things suggestive of able time was had bv all.
working every day, but I
The program was well rend< r- Hallowe’en and the place cards,
we are doing, for
ed and showed that we have an napkins, and tahle decorations Wednesday evening the C. E. the censor what
abundance of talent in our school also carried out the scheme. society of the Christian church if we tell what we post are our doing
fo * almost any line of endeavor Then there were huge yellow held their regular monthly busi where we are.
and also demonstrated the ability jack-o’-lantern faces and yellow ness meeting and social at the One of our men died last w eek
of the faculty in finding this 1 shaded lights to add to the at- home of their president C. E. in the base hospital arid we all
talent end developing it to the ' tractiveness of the scene,
Daugherty. This also proved to
to the funeral. He was
extent that was displayed in the A most excellent lunch was be in the nature of a Hallowe’en went
in a local cemetery and
entertainment furnished that served.
party. After the business ses his grave
sion the evening was spent in flowers, was all covered with
Mr. Page, the speaker of the
playing various games in har The weather is very nice here
evening, brought a message full
mony with the Hallowe'en idea. now; just like the summer in Or
At a late hour light refreshments egon.
of interesting and vital facts, !
will get paid in a few
that was well worth hearing, Someone with no regard for were served and the guests wend days and We I am
outlinjpg the causes that have the hereafter has been spreading ed their way homeward voting it, as we don’t sure
brought about the necessity for poison about tow n the past week the evening an enjoyable one. money don’t last very long
food conservation in our country. or more, and it is reported that
He warmed to his subject as he as many as a dozen dogs ha', e
proceeded and pointed out muny
to its effects. The
of the articles are expensive
i nportant facts showing the succumhed
serious necessity for food con all parts of the city, and some The right of way men are work here.
How is Henry and Harry and
ing on the right of way and what
Henry domg now? Were
Mrs. Page, who is secretary of their masters in, picked up the whiie they are making some pro any of is the
the Willamette chapter of the poison and die I.
gress it is so slow that they are and how is Stayton
Red Cross Society, accompanied It’s a mighty mean man that becoming somewhat discourag How is John Thoma? in Stayton?
her husband to Slayton and made will poison a dog.
ed. if the people are at all in hello for me. We have Tell
a short talk in the interest of the
terested in securing a railroad sports here—a foot ball game
Red Cross work, especially the
is the time to come to the every day. Last evening Co. F.
W. J. Jones is visiting now
preparation of Christmas pack her Mrs.
their colors. Mr. played Co. C. and the game, was
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lynott and was show called
ages for the soldier boys at the Siegmund.
Portland a tie. Some of the companies
and other friends on this morning and he to is most
The local Red Cross auxiliary Fern Ridge.
xious that we get busy and make play
wishes to all and give my
held a very interesting business
some kind of a showing that will best regards
all and answer
session at the close of the con-
let his people know we are in soon and write to often
for it takes
nervation meeting at which Mrs ¡»lace on the Kingston road.
Page discussed with the lo. al Miss Lena Berg, of Shaw, vis-
people the progress of the work, ited Sunday with Stay ton friends. Subscribe for the Mail.
Blacksmith Carl Martin,
Co. F. 18th Engineers R’y
American P. 0. No. 705.
a c i t s t r . c a ra o e s e s o c i s a ra c a c u :
A. E. F. via New York.
Dog Poisoner Busy
H a v e ..:!
Tiie S u i t and Overcoat You Need
No need to Id the winter weather catch you unprepared*
Our stock was never more complete and early buying
will give y . u year choice of the entire, stock*
There neve: \.crz better garments: materials workman
ship, style and price combine to ruche them worthy cf
your - tronage*
I'L rt Schaffner
& M a rx
$25 $30 $35
jOt O i .3 All-Wool Clothes .
Tiii '8 2 rs t ¡¡8 men who wc.ir our
L E M
Boys Shoes W O O L E N M IL L S Boys Clothes
13 G N. Commercial Strrst
_____ fu s í " ¿ g a a B Q as el ra ut ut ut
Speaks in Salem
and 14 inch High jCuts
at $ 4 .8 9 per pair
Women’s Cab Princess
Women’s Engli/h Kid Bals
$1.25 a pair $3.15 a pair
Reg 35c Macaroni
Sugar, Berry and Cane
25c a package $8.00 pr sack
You Carry Home More Goods for
your Eggs at
MARKETERS GROCERY COMPANY
T H E S T O K 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 F O R C A S H
HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM
Seniors vs Juniors
Sophs, vs. Fiesb.
I Friday 8:15 p. ip .
* WILBUR WOOLEN MILLS
Woolen Goods will reach much higher prices and wrr 1
will be scarcer and dearer from now or. W e have 2. 0
suits of Men and Womens Underwear to close out, ¿t
last years prices, all splendid up-to-date stock, any si te
and weight wanted, material and workmanship the best,
call and see them and get prices. 500 Mackinaw Coats
for the man, woman or child at right prices, new, not by
and stylish, headquarters for Mackinaw clothing at the
Woolen Mills, mail orders filled the same day as received
W IL B U R W O O LEN M IL L S
Vice President Marshall is to
speak at the armory in Salem Notice is hereby given that a
next Thursday evening, Novem road district meeting will he held Í
ber 8 on the su! ject “National At Giles Thomas E.’rn
Tendencies.’’ Coming at this in Road
No. 32 in Marion *
particular stage in the nation’s County, District
on Thursday, «
history Mr. Marshall has a mes the 1st day of November,
sage that every American should at 3:3 ) o’clock p. m., for the 19¡7,*
hear. He w ill be introduced to i ose of prepari ; g a bu :. • * t pur-
the Salem audience by Senator paratory to levying an a -.r.icion- i
Chas. L. McNary an I an admis road tax in said distriet.
sion of 50c will be charged at the
VV. M. Bushev,
Everyone Knows Pearl
picture fan fo
I name one I’aihe i ayer only and
nil - hundr d a id r.im-iy-nine
Out of a thou.-and, the answer
i will be quick and direct, “Pearl
| White,4’ ’ o is to he s n at the
. y in ;
Blossi m” a fi.ve-m ’• i'athephoto- i»
; play in natural c s.
I More th" ^ any other player is
the little star identified with
¡Pathe product;«!..«. Not only
I does she 1 1 in length of service
but she h. starred in Pruhe’s
greatest HUeee.-'-'os; "The Perils
of Pauline,” “The Exploits of
Elaine,” “Tee Iron Claw,”
“Pearl of the Army,” etc.
Mrs. J. F. I.au and daughters
»pent Sun. ay in -¡¿idem wiilr her • m
p ik g !
T1V ;k of the price of grain
r.n 1 hry. Is it insured
against Fire? If not in
sure for four or six months
THE COST IS SMALL
J. VV. MAYO
T’ .j Create::* Bargain Ever Offered
Bring us your Liberty Bond and we will give you a
premium on any size bond you may wish to trade
fur merchandise at our store. Liberty Bonds here
are wo:-;h more than your money. Try and see.
VV are now -bowing you a dandy new lire of VV<-ol
Pa ts. Price right. We also have a new line of
plain white di.h ware anything you niaj want.
• Coffee Coffee Coffee
We have Cre.-ieen 99. Cr - u. :-4. Or. u*. at 300and
une oi 1 nn
Croscciit o-41 which is the
for sale ftft^where in the I
ourp wli<> Well' :it St.'.t*
tnstftd thu C am a the i-
>«st nifty e
OocU e'L djCT.i e ,.•<? • t,’< if.
tasted. Frie-j ‘_5,
2 1 t o ana ò ceijts per
-Try it ^ oil blue ne lore so. Eggs 55 ce
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