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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1917)
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Leslie Child's and Mint* Cald
Y E S . A N D I TS
DO YOU Mf AN TO
well’s were selected as ttie beat
Tt'LL MC TH AT IS
in tl <* room and have be» n sent
THE OLD GENUINE
A ’JiXAS'DER -v DAUGHERTY, Owners and Publishers
to the Shetland Pony Contest.
C. E. DAUGHERTY, Editor ami Manager
Loran Lampman is absent from
school on account of a severe at
Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Stayton. Marion tack of appendicitis..
County, Oregon, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879.
Sickness has taken several pu
pils from their school work, Syl
via Darby and Carrie Cavin are
absent and Donald Sanders was
Advertising Rates Made Known Upon Application
Mildred Leahey of Lents has
the fifth jjrade.
Foreign Advertising Represented by Tbe American Press Association
Two pupils from the primary
room have each bought a Liberty
Address all Communications to The Stayton Mail
Bond. The little owners are:
Wilbur Lesley of the first grade
The Bask.-t Ball game last Fri
day evening was very close bet- and Lee Tate, of the second
, ween the Juniors and Sophomores
The primary pupils have been
The work along the line of the score being
_ _ _ _ 14
_ _ to 12 in favor
Food Conservation has been taken of the Sophomores. The Fresh- been intensely interested in Food
up in earnest ir. the school, men took the game from the t onservation. In order to save,
Every pupil was requested to Seniors by 15 points the score they have decided upon the tol- ------- .
have one of the membership being 19 to 4. The games for l°\ving l>°ints: no chewing gum. t]av ¡n ^¡e 20,000,000 fan ¡lies of
cards for Food Conservation Friday evening are Seniors vs no candy nor ice cream, no veal the u nited States means the aav-
signed by a housewife and then Juniors. Sopnomores vs Fresh- or 1‘imb meat, brown bread at ¡„ jj of thousands of precious
the member of the organization men
least once a week and «Iways lives, the bringing of our brave
T-H-E S T A Y T O N M A I L
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DC P O R K T H E IN V E N T IO N
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G R A V E LV P L U Q TOBACCO
M AD E S T R IC T L Y I OB IT * C M IW IN O Q U A LIT Y
WOULU N O T K C IP K B I S H IN T M li, S E C T IO N
N O W THE PATENT P O U C H K E E P S IT
r« £ 8 H AND C LE A N A N O O O O O
A L IT T L E C H E W O F G R AVE LV IS K N O U O H
A N D L A G T S L O N O ttB T H A N A U IU C H L> W
O F O R D IN A R Y P L U O .
Subscription Price $1.00 Per Year In Advance
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b e l ie v e : b i l l y
POSTER, T H A T
NcW POUCH IS
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£ £ IhM ™¡SZ M l S f i
» Membereh|p| The Sh,.r»ha„d .1 e ta . t a ¡ T V 1“ “ ble
card, which was to be hung in succeeded in gaining 20 ) words
semred Europe and the bringing
the window of the home. This per minute on practiced work.
■ of the cnicl war to a speedy and
I successful termination in the
work among the school pupils has An Honor Guard meeting will
F o o d S e r v ic e B r ie f s
cause of liberty and democracy.
helped the local committee a
j,eld ¡n ^ e high school audi -1
a great deal.
torium Thursday evening for the
fc:;iniinate waste to the last d e-!
The A-L s Literary Society purpose of electing officers fo r : gree and render valiant and he- i
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ga\e a very interesting program the coming year. All oid mem- roic service to your country by I
last Friday afternoon. The A- bers or any one interested in the j enlistment in Hoover’s “ Service I
M ore tman e v e r
polio’s will give the following work is cordially invited to at- by Substitution” army of 100.-
j / out rcMrvy
program h ridaj ,
tend. Meeting opens at 7:1)0.
000,000 patriotic souls.
Vocal duet: Maryan Alexander | Prof. Wilson talented violin
TWs w„ ¡, , struK„|e to , a.
er a amman instructor of Albany, call.-.I a! 3ur,» the dominance of democracy 1 i
Debate: Resolved, That the Print the high school Tuesday,
Every Hag lhat flies against thej j& A
ing Press has done more for
The seventh and eighth grades central powers (despotic militar-
Civilization than Steam Engine. room, has been presented with jsni) ¡s by proxy the American
“ TV.“ " Keech,
7 " “’ 7
* ' a new map of Oregon. It is very flag. Every man in the ranks of
val Fischer. Philip Weisenber
Neratfve’ ^Lvnn^Neai complete'
most valuahle the allies, everv woman and child
concerning jn Europe sacrificing in the main
Cut full in shoulder, chest
tenance of these men, are fight
The pupils of the third and ing in our defense.
Reading: Josephine Lambrecht.
Coronet Solo: John Susbauer.
fourth grades have written com The saving of a teaspoonful of
S a t is f a c t io n
A J T o w e r C q
Reading; Lewis Kearns.
positions on Food Conservation. sugar or one ounce of mtat per
Thrift Is N ow a
The American people art
charge that they are waatef<■ ’
d;ys must be
ç •> TowERSfisH B
Bank deposits all over the
country are increasing by leaps
A re you a depositor 7
I f you are not, join the finan
cial preparedness army. Man
age to lay aside a certain
amount o f cash. W e ’ll be glad
to explain our banking system.
and anr^-convertible, strong,
long weajTg. LOuLerpnoof absolatdy
SHOE SALE CONTINUES
Owing to weather and other conditions arising we have decided to continue our
Late Autumn Sale Prices
share of the banking business
of Stayton and vicinity
Through this week, ending Saturday, Nov, 3, 1917
You are assured of a safe deposi
Many of your friends have taken advantage of these prices and more would if we had enough salesmen, as many could not
get waited on last Saturday. We will try to overcome this and have plenty of help to PROPERLY SERVE YOU.
tory and courteous treatment at
this bank, by ample capital and
Greatly" Reduced Prices
W e Quote Here Just a Few of Our
Ladies patent gun metal and kid, special
lot in sizes to 4£, worth up to f | o r
$ 6 , Autumn Soecials...........
Ladies tan. patent, and gun metal, spe
cial lot in sizes up to 5, worth
up to $ 6 , Autumn Specials..
long experience in the banking
One lot of ladies patent, kids, etc., of
Hanrus, Laird-Schober makes, fine $6
to $8 shoes, up to size 5, Au- i 1 / r
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Men’s mixed lot of tan, patent, or gun
metal in Hanan’s, Emerson’s, Forbush
and other makes, values up to tf" ^ Q r
$ 8 , but not all sizes, bargains
Men’s Gun metal English, Fibre soles
and rubber heels, a regular
$5.50 grade for .......
> 4 ) at Z v
Tan Skuffers. outton, heavy soles, sizes
l l to 2 at $2.65; 8 j to 11 a t f | Q T
$2.35; J to 9 at..................
Men’s 16 inch tan Napa brand doub soles, worth $ 10 , $7.85
Boy’s 16 “ black Dayton outside counters, 3 soies, .... $4.35
Boy’s $4 gun metal button neolin soles at special price $3.20
Ladies Black Kid lace Cuban heels, worth $ 6 . special $.3.45
........................ gray cloth top,
$7 50 ”
Ladies gray kid vamp gray cloth top, worth $8.00, at $6.46
Misses Gun Metal, Kinex fibre Soles, heavy edge, comfortable and servicable, sizes 11 to
worth $.3, for $2.60; 5 to 8 , worth $2.75, for $2.30
worth $3.50 at $2.85: 8 J to
Large line of Fall Goods l
B A R G A IN S i N R U B B E R S
Women’s black bright finish, short boots, light............. 2.15
11 to 2 ......... 1.80
5 to 10......... 1 80
Also bargains in light weight Rubbers for the whole family.
Many styles and sizes.
Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton, Oregon
Men’s Red Duck vamp thigh. Boots, heavy____
” Black ”
A F U L L LIN E OF
Men’s Slickers at the Old Price
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Don’t Forget the Date and Place.
167 No, Commercial St,
J. B, LITTLER
Free:—Get a Face Card Puzzle, a Spinning Top or a Dicky Bird—Free
fB V E P P P fll
RUBBER W E A R
Complete line for Men, Women and Children l
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