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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1917)
G. R. Munkera and wife spent ings of the defenseless women !
and children of our allies.
W. H. Hobson spent several
Our Uncle Sam that mean»
days last week in Portland.
US. you and me has made a sol-
E. C. Titus and F. X. Hoereth *mn promise.
Everything for the H om e and at Right Prices
visited Portland last week.
France and our other allies that
E. P. &T>tt and Paul Zuber o f ,if ,h^ would tight we would fur-
Sublimity were in town Tuesday. " 'sh ^ om w,th
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Let your mind roam around through the house
They have fought and are fight
Miss lza Geer of North of Sub
and you will think of many Household needs
ing our fight as well as theirs.
limity was in town Tuesday.
that should be supplied now, before the real
We must make good our part of
ti. R. Munkera was in Portland part 0 j t|u, tmr>rain.
blasts of winter reach you.
the first of the week.
home pledge card, enlist in Hoo- %
A. C. Thomas and wife were ver’s "Service by Substitution"
# Salem visitors Tuesday.
Army of 100.000,000 patriots and
Stanley A. Starr has been in back up our soldier boys in the
That practically every item is priced below
trenches by saving food through
for several days.
what we can replace it for. You save a very
and elimination of i »
CAMERAS AND FILMS
gteat deal on everything you buy now from
Developing and Printing at
There will be an institute held i
Slopers Drug Store.
in Sta.vton Saturday November!
John Huber, w ife and mother gn| Opening exercises will be j
trading in town Monday.
he|j at 9:30 a. m.
In White, Gray and Tan. Bleached and Un-
John Kintz was down from
A full attendance of the Red
bleached Sheeting. Pillow casings. Towels and
Sublimity Tuesday on business. Cross members is desired at the
Toweling», Table Linens. Draperies, Cur-
Wm. Rubens and wife of Un- meeting Friday afternoon as the
tairings. etc., etc., at
' ion Hill were in town Tuesday. ! matter of making up Christmas
Mrs. Jake Wourms was in town packages will be up for consider-!
f ? Tuesday.
W e are showing a full and complete line of
Mrs. Dena Mack was a Port-
Dr. Beauchamp reports the fol-
l i f t i i i i t i i i i t i i « .r ■ ?
land visitor last week.
lowing births; daughter to Mr.
Winter Wear for Men Women an*! Children
FOR SALE 1H head 6 and 8 weeks
W oolen underwear, hosiery, skirts, mackinaws,
Stayton Oct. 25. A daughter to
old pigs. Address J. A. Brandt, Stay- Portland on a visit.
gloves etc. Aluo a fine now line o f
Those having fat hogs, call L. of Siiwr Crack Falls Oet. ML and
Money to Loan I H a.e Made Arrange
FOR S A L E — Yearling Shrothor.l
Heavy Winter Comforts for the Beds,
daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Byron
merits for loaning eastern money. Bull, 3 year old Red Pole cow with heif- A. Thomas by next Wednesday,
Bates near Shelburn Oct. 2t>.
will make very low rate o f inter- er c*lf- Address Titus Archer, King
Soft, warm , cozy Blankets, in white, gray and tan.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brotherton
D. M. Doll and wife accom
est on highly improved farms. Ho- 8tu
of Jordan visited at the E. Shep-
Prices on all lines as low as the times will allow
mer H. Smith.¿room 5, McCornack
panied Geo. Doll ar.d wife as far
FOR S A L E -D riv in g Horae and good h e r e home Tuesday,
Bldg., Salem, Oregon. Phone 96.
buggy apply C. C. Stay ton.
as Portland Saturday returning
Mrs. J. \Y. Mayo and little Miss home Monday. George and his
Patsy Mayo returned Tuesday wife were on their way home to
FOR SA L E —Pure brec Arcoda Cock
erels. E. Forrette.
from a visit at Lebanon.
FOR SALE -55 seres Santiam bottom
Pastor W. J. Warren
land about half in cultivation, several
Of Talcum Powders. Colgates.
acres can be easily cleared, balauce
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 San Tox. Squibhs, etc., 15 to 25c
good timber. Four roomed house good
barn and other out buildings. Silo 8x24 p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Sloper’s Drug Store.
pl«ce u fenced and crossed fenced Epworth League 6:30 p. m..
j. W McCrow and Garnet Me-
At a business meeting of the
pasture. N ea rS . P. depot and county
» n u family,
m rn n y , of
o i McCoy.
m c u i y , r.pwortn
Epworth league the following
\V. J . La Casse, Pacific Coast
at t 7:30.
road, grade school, mail route, telephore dav ®
v ®ning at
were over Snnday visitors at the officers were elected for the en- Supervisor for the Maxwell
in house and family orchard. Price
Meeting of the Sunday school j os. Fischer home.
suing year: Pres., Edward War- Motor Company, just completed
3000 part cash balance, terms if desired board the second
p u ll
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Apply to Alfred Beal Aumsville, Ore.. e v e r y m o n th at 7 30 p m
7 a l
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or Ed Beal Bakerfieid Tal.
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_ her sister. Miss Grace Davi.s, of 2nd Vice Pres.. Mrs. Ford; 3rd O u k la n d . Cal., to Yosemite Val-
--------------------------------------------- final board meeting the same Salen)f were week-end guests at Vice Pres., Gladys Hamman; 4th |ey with a no a 1018 Maxwell
FOR ^ALE— Driving horse six years evening at 8 o c l o c k . ^ ^ ^ the W. H. Hobson home.
Vice Pres.. Mrs. Foster; Sec. and touring car carrying four pasaen-
olo and a rubber tired buggy. Address
I 'D r. and Mrs. A. Brock, of Treas., A. S. Pancoast. Organist gers in the fast time of 5 hours
John Sardaer Scio, Ore., Rt. 2.
Do not wait to he solicited j>er- Portland, are guests at the \V. Gladys Hamman; Reporter. Sam and 15 minutes, or an average of
E 10 ' 6 Joe Senz , L sonally to sign the pledge card W. Elder home.
The Dr. is a Warren; Choirister. Mrs. Lilly. 35 miles per hour for the entire
I hey arranged to have their so.- distance of 188 miles,
tution and become a member of
There will he a Parent-Teach- 'a' moet,,|Fs Uie third Thursday
This run was checked by Wes-
STRAYED—2 yearling heifers own Hoover’s overwhelming army of ers Meeting held at 7:30 Thurs- of each month.
tern Union Naval Observatory;
er can have same by identifying prop
Time and is considered remurk-1
“ Service by Substitution." Our day evening Nov. 8th in the High
erty at E. D. Crabtree’ s place and pay
able by those who have made
soldier boys did not hesitate about School Auditorium.
ing for this ad.
■ the trip and know how difficult
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---------- answering the call to arms to de-
Mr and Mrs Car] Frver of
it is to maintain this speed over
FOR SALE 7 CO^, 3 Of them fresh | fend the principles of democracy Junction Citv, visited Sunday
also choice clover seed
I this route.
per lb. and wipe autocratic militarism with the ]atter's parcnt;1f Mr.
Mrs. Mary Hunter has gone to, Mr. La Casse also holds the
F. X. Hottinger.
_ _ from the face of the earth. Why and Mrs j
Idaho to spend the winter.
record for the fasti wt time bet
A[ . should you hesitate about render
7 Wi-eks o li pigs
J. P. Wilbur and wifo motored
Leonard Walker who was tak ween Portland, Oregon and
ing this small but intensely pa-
ply Frani Ci'*mer.
to Portland Tuesday to attend |en to the Salem hospital and op- Mount Hood, as well us the ree-; |
----------- triotic service?
the funeral of Mrs. C. A. Frazer orated on several weeks ago is orcj between Portland and Sea-j
FOR S A L E — Rrgisiercd
John Kerber and Will HasSler
Boars reedy for s-rv .-e. Prices reason
a friend of the f imily.
reported as getting along nicely. ifijdt?i Oregon, txito of which were
able, apply An..rtw Fery, a «™- went to Portland Thursday, re
Mr. and Mrs. W’. C. Parry and
Addie Condit returned home made in a Maxwell touring car.
turning home Saturday.
son Dixon, of Junction City, and from Eugene last week aftef a Bill La Casse ha* al*o won fame
W. L. Parry of Berkeley, Calif., week’s visit with her sister.
by his performance in the Desert
visited Sunday at the Alexander
Royal Omditand wife are the Classic between I>»s Angeles and LI..UrlrO hvn:9i i.l * 1*.. Upiniim* (I«*any
and Korinek homes.
happy parents of a daughter Phoenix in former years.
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'. 'r .
The Largest Line of
and the Choicest selection
of Patterns Ever Brought into the
Valley are now on Display at
Wool and Cotton Blankets
I L IL L Y
I Doll’s Sash Store
J. R. Gardner’s Cash. Store,
League Elects Officers, ^ axwe^ $ets
A New Record
r T B o n t r e S b it v r d n y
Mrs E. E. Quesnel, who lias, that arrived at their homo last
"The Maxwell is the only car
I would put my money on in u
been visiting her mother, Mrs. Thursday.
» /fr j
SliouH FF?'ry a scoundrel who de E. J. Miller, and other frier ds.
c o r ì n t i ? i JLé 1 J i f M i u d w n l
Mrs. Gur.saules made a husi-!^rue,Iin* run of lh‘s nat'>r<*."
serts you ' li nking him dead ycu h t; returned to her home in San ne s trip to Stayton Tuesday, said Bi!1, alter completing his TI1« K¡r <\ 5itsijrti n P at’ eri Cannot
drive to Yoserriite.
Loo«o was a.Sal -m visitor
c ,H .
ïour happiness is ÄJr. and Mr-. V> . D. Cornish the Mrs.
frost of the week,
lioMi'a K: J! i Ai V P.ll ; h»-.« . tiKxl the
endurance and (¡ua ity « f our
and Mr. end Mrs. Wm. Habens
Mrs. Gunsau1 entertained a new 11)18 model arid the results te f
Th? t' «f < f tinv '.in ta rli' t test i f
are hack from their mot'
party of r mends at her home Fri- are m«,re than satisfactory.'
y day eve ing in honor of Miss
Bui ciaims the now car is a mar TilOIMHD * r » ■f.,'1 t" Iffy.
ka, Monta, ue, Shasta Spri
■ lm / ri'i’ultn.
mind and body
vel of speed and endurance and rl 1 qu rk ! f‘
and other poirds.
' it doubt
StMyton N ;udiTi
report a n.ost enjoyable time,
is willing to back it against all til
his j i ,.-’ j
Mr. GriiDth at<«l family have comers.
B » f
1 1 1 1 .-or vi CÍM'» t'Ht io-iy — twins-
ric *, 1-2 lot •:<) . barn
I moved on the Pompella ranch.
: tf M .uni wvll rot»*11 muni.
in Stayton to Byron Dunny, and
fUsyton i o'Hi«1 ft-
Liuld |.:*f(it iiy
Lewie Wiegaids is treating
Ruth Roland, who is starred ir
just as soon ” S t| •• ; r-sent ten
tht*f»o rxpvt t?i
Pal he's latent • r - T F Cl.a fifí», r |n " ' it , p',2"* R.
ant can vacate tbe house .Vir. has hou.ie to a coat of paint
TIie N eg lue- S» .•oticl St., A Ibn -, Or • . snv : " A
Denny wi: r ove in.
l ♦*, » t show. ' CPii|ilo o f yi'«ir.H aw■o 1 atraineil my Lyck
The Catholic Order of Forrest
t i n
-ill 1 lUltll'i-.l ul„i i o f
ing at the Star Hi. W ih k i
ers gave a bask : ro .i?.l and dance on Leona Forrette .Monday af
p.i n »h'i-1 time
' v/l Theatre! Wf does-
in their h II at Sublimity Tues ternoon.
.i Ki'iitpr Pill, my
i day, is !< .. n as li'irb iffriir
Oliver Forette has several
•ui' f ici I alf kidhi'y (iia-
day r ;:'h:. A !ar e crowd was
i no Hetty Green on In '- l<-ii
: m wort, gradi g and grav-
present and ail r poi t h iving !.a.d team
0f (ft,, movies." Tli • alxivii itnlement whs given
d i' r. ‘ F1
a good time.
addition to her D c m ! r ,i. 1 12 anil on Mn
We t .• nylon schcKil opened
Mrs. F. X. Hottinger*was'ail
•• n 1 led: " I i h
has an interest 1916, Mr. y a Chirr•
with A. Iliror.s
r:t r.inco 1 havo m
ed to Portland Tuesday by toe *’
in an automobile business in her kirl'wy majtli.-liM1 1 arili hi-Id
, illness of her sis’ a, Frances En- a
home in Los Angeles. She is opinion o f D oin ’ « Kidney Pilla i
ders. Mis.- Isabe l Litter a niece j
also proprietor of a candy shop «•«-irimt-rirl thvm t every opporti
Fourth E p ’ ode o f the
TolsiJo, I rt.
iofM r. Hottinger is helping dur "
which she bought to save the Pruii 60c. h it till dealers.
' • i oai i t ;»nf h*» U
ing M s. Hottinger’ ., a! v. > , as
r f i . .• f.. ; i t f 1
/ proprietor and his family from simply ir k fur a kidney remar:
Miss Frances Hottinger is also;/,
I limn ' h Kidney Pilla th<; sani
i t : . ' '«im'i'kii.i.’1 Jnd dispos, ion.
She is personally Mr.
til l-.ll- W in - twice | uliliely
away utending school at Beaver- ti
,/! ' i J ir f*?óh r’rií>€v- supervising the business and mended, Foster -Miimirn ti»., 1
1rs jm* Li
W,k iik.U * < ; ton.
r 'r' ' t -'\ v a u u ''tí;! pit -.s to turn it back to the fani- huiTalo, N. Y.
The saving of a sITgle^ ,:ce of
9 oon as it is on -i paying
Ewm *•> r-’-o m - fin-i «tiiir>i-r:ii i in
One Reel Ford Traveler and
L v eicy ou i i ci r-f w a s te is
Ui.a C: It day of I)«' -mber. basis.
1 wheat treati per member of the r
. I a / rí! i i.
u t io n tow¿:irti s ta r v a t io n
s a t. c n
one Reel Pathe Scenic. Two Qne Reel Klevor Komedy
TTnü’j Crfr r~h
Reel Ivonesome Luke Comedy.
American people; "Eat Plenty, stitution' Army of 100.000,000
for every Soldier in the trenches,
tcsflm nnlR ls. fro*.
but Eat Wisely and Without patriots to win the war for de-
and a contribution toward the
I J. rTfKN'! T * C O , Toledo. O.
Toil Lv rll P m - - - *•>. 7 -,
elimination of the hunger-suiTr-i Tmk» LI».I m F w n iir > -• L i t ronM ltw U oo.
wh;n your first husband
drunkard, ruined in toCaufomk. They visited
'Whßt would you ci
The World's Mos Popular Actress
qjí3';'.: i for Y3U Snnday
W IL L YOU 3 S WITH US?
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