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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1917)
Sharp. Deep Price-cutting
Stockton’s Big Closing Out Sale
ifc has been applied in the most ruthless manner on our A-l New Merchandise, which is worth at the present time in the wholesale market, far more in many
we are asking you. In order to close out our stock as quickly as possible we are moving it faster now BY DKEFKlt PRICK CUTTING than ever. With
Merchandise advancing as this generation never saw it before we are giving you these extremely REMARKABLE VALUES—ALL MERCHANDISE in ihe Six Big
Stores being sold at CLOSING OUT PRICES. BUY NOW AT THE BIG SACRIFCE PRICES. IT IS OF VITAL INTEREST TO DO SO.
News From Ail Over The Conil"
The ladies who have charge of
the Mother Goose bazaar art»
very busy these days Soliciting
articles for this affair which is to
Money to Loan I Have Mad* Arrange
ments for ioaninic eastern money,
will make very low rate of inter- j i4i'
est on highly improved farms. Ho
H. Smith.¡room 6, McCornack
be held on Dec. 8th. As stated mer
til ip., Salem, Oregon, Phone 96. 1'
in the Mail last week the pro
ceeds from this bazaar go to buy FOR SALK Pure brec A rood a Cook- <
to be knitted into sweaters, erela. E. Forrette.
E. C. Peery. for a number of yarn
years a druggist in Scio, has sold have gone from here. The say FOR SALE 55 acres Santiam bottom
¡and ui out half in cultivation, several I
his business to T. W. Laird, who ing “ we can’t all tight but we acres
can be easily cleared, balance j (
has been employed in the store can all give’’ is indeed applicable good timber.
Four roomed house good i ,
the past year.
« , to this affair. Following is a list plsee is funned out and buildings.
& rO rU ldluC - of articles which will be very ac mostly woven wire; running w fenced
a te rin '1
hyde at Beauchamp’s Drug Store, ceptable: Aprons of all kinds. pasture. N earS . P. depot and county H
grade school, mail m ute, telephone (
Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Watters
ba^ of a11 kind3-
a11 in road, house
and family orchard. Price!
here from Shaw over Sun- kinds- -stove I,fters- P,n cush,ons
day. His lather. VV. o . Vvatters,
Aj p'y t«> Al'red Heal Aumsville. Or«.,
was quite poorly for several days er8, caps* children s clothes, dolls or ^ Het, n»ki rtiei.l r«L
but is improving.
' dressed or undressed, coat hang-’ FOR SALE Dnv.ng h«r*e nix years j
.. J. T ri R. Blakely
. . . . . is . visiting
slips, , cushion
tops, ole mid a rubber tired buggy. Andress
r c Blakely
, , . home. OL
and table mats, Johti Sardaer Scio, Ore., Rt. 2.
at . the
expects to leave soon with the Stayton Auxiliary American FOR SALE 16 head 6 and 8 week
children for Tacoma, where Ray Red Cross is veiy grateful to j'oki ; igs. Addrcaa J. A. Urandt, Slay-
has soured a good position in a Arthur Kelley, who lives on the i ton. Oregon.
I V Kingston
in n . t n n moil
ivul! FOR SALK Urivinr H one and good
a load n of r u wood
P. Bressler, son and daughters which he left at their headquart buggy apply C. C. Stayton.
Possibly About You or Your Friends
ATTEND THE MASS MEET-
ING TOMORROW EVENING.
Red Cross Jitney Dance,
Sublimity November 23.
Mrs. Wm. Maag, of Salem,
visited in town last week.
W. F. Follis has been on the
sick list for several days.
Emzy Thomas came up from
Vancouver barracks and spent
Sunday with relatives.
See O ir New Stationery
All sorts of new designs. Slo-
Miss May Smith of Aumsville
is spending the week at the G.
W. W. Williams, of Coon Hol
low, returned Monday from sev
eral days visit in Portland.
H. S. Williams has been quite
sick for several days at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. M. S. Titus
Whether knitted caps, mittens or 0 i
cozy scarf is wanted, this depart
ment of knitted garments will fur
nish just the sort cf styles and <5rp
weights desired for every use. <B
There are brilliantly colored caps, m
scarfs and mittens to match, or 1 3
more somber and conservative
colors for those who wish them. w
In allgbur big assortment of knit 0
ted garments will make selection m
easy and satisfaction assured at
Doll’s Gash Store
of Lyons, the heirs of the late ers one day this week.
FOR SAI.E — Registered Berkshire
Mary J. Bressler were in Stayton C. C. Nott and wife returned Boars
ready for service. Prices reason
Wednesday settling up the estate Thursday from an extended visit able, apply Andrew Fery, A urns,
of Mrs. Bressler. S. H. Heltzel at Sheridan and McMinnville. vile.
is the attorney for the estate,
FOR SALE—Carpet |x>om and fix
good condition. Apply J. A.
Red Cross Jitney Dance x TOO g DrUgS, uOOu Clg3.rS The Red Cross Pledges made Lulav, in Stayton,
Nov. 23 at Sublimity.
Beauchamp’s The during the drive are now due, LOST—18 month roan, muley l>ur-
and wife - and r , son Quality
„ Drug . Store.
T j wif* confer
, and persons making these pledg- h“m he,,t'r» strayed from pasture l 1-2
es should call at the Farmers & m,le!'
, meeting, Saturday Nqy. 24. A
LO is T -Coming 2 year old heifer,
Bertram W. Munkers purchas- ^ot juncj, will be served and a make their payments.
light fHwn color, marking, under bit
ed the Edward B. Hunt property general good dme is expectedi
right ear, hair brand 20 on right bip.
on lower Ida street Wednesday. Stayton Encampment of I. 0. Recorder’s Report for tbe Quarter Ending Phone W. K. Cbriaman, Stayton 2451
October 2nd 1 9 1 7
A. S. Pancoast injured his fin 0. F. will meet this Thursday
FOR SA LE-O ne 3 1-4 half truck
gers in the planer at the saw night and election of officers for July 1, 191 i Balance on hand $1,155 36 wagon,
one pair farm trucka, one Jer-
(.ow wj|| fresh in February. J.
mill one day last week.
the next year will take place
License 2 00, A Burn, shliw 0 re.
Patterns Ever Brought into the
The M. Goodie heirs have peti- after which lunch will be served. " “ 2» 10, Re«'ved show
ioned the county court to appoint Ed Blakely, former clerk at
“ 27, “ Fine and Costs 6 60 "PP1* ¥ x Hottinger.
S. H. Heltzel administrator of Fryer’s
the Goodie estate.
Valley are now on Display at
of the week for Tacoma, where Warrants drawn on the fund during the
he has secured a good position
At Slcpers, candy in buckets, as a pharmacist. He plans to July 3, Carl Follis No 595 $ 2 50
boxes, baskets, also full line make one more effort, in Febru •* 3, Frank Blakely “ 596 2 50
ary, to enter the naval service. « 3, J. B. Grier " 597 10 00 As the cast-away child, as the
chocolate creams etc.
3, Jacob Spaniol “ 599 10 00
E. Small and family, of Saint
3, Electric Lt Co. “ 600 63 06 slave in the home of the cruel
Johns, spent Saturday ni^ht and
A u K. 3, “
62 21 woman who takes her from the
7, H. Smith
Sunday renewing old acquaint We have a nice line of fresh
8 70 orphanage, as the servant in the
7, N. Smith
3 15 boarding house, and as the tri
ances in Stayton.
Mrs. E. D. Alexander ’eft champ’s Drug Store.
W e are showing a full and complete line of
7, Wm. Smith
8 70 umphant but humble girl of her
Monday afternoon for a visit of County Commissioner J. T.
7, A. G. Long
2 06 father’s dreams and love, when
a week or more at the home of Hunt was in town Wednesday.
7. W. F. Blakely “ 609
4 75 she is finally returned to his Winter Wear for Men Women and Children
7, James Archer *• 610
4 75 home and restored to the social
her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Parry
7. Brown-P’t i ’l Co.” 611 95 88 position rightfully hers, Miss
Woolen underwear, hosiery, skirts, mackinaws, .
Albert Titze of Lyons met with
in Junction City.
7, J. B. Grier
” 612 11 18
a painful accident last Saturday.
gloves etc. Also a fine now line of
7, Henry Smith ” 614 10 00 Pick ford is consistently charm
Why Not Use
While superintending some work
Beauchamps Cold Tablets for being done in his corral his Sept. 7, 4, Electric
Heavy Winter Comforts for the Beds,
Lt Co. “ 616 62 56 “ Little Mary” at her best, in
that cold?Greit for CoUfc, Grippe crutch slipped on the frosty
4, Lilly Hdw Co. •* 617
80 her most captivating mood, in Soft, warm, cozy Blankets, in white, gray and tan.
4, J. B. Grier
” 618 10 00 her most triumphant ability and
headache and constipation, 25c. ground and in the fall he sustain
620 10 00 her most compelling power, can
Prices on all lines as low as the times will allow
a box. Money back if not satis ed a fracture of both bones in Oct 2, J. B. Grier ” 625
fied. Beauchamp’s the Quality the right limb. Dr. Beauchamp
2, Henry Smith ” 626 11 00 be found in “The Foundling.”
set the injured member.
The notable production to be J. R. Gardner’ s Cash Store, Stayton, Ore.
419 80 shown
at the Star Theatre Sat
866 73 urday.
$1,286 53 Remember the “Foundling” is
a Big 6 Reel feature.
Pathe Cold Rooster Plays
The bee men of Marion county Since making his last report,
July 1, 1917 Balance on hand $2,419 14
be interested at learning that El C. Titus has sold and delivered
Aug. 2, Collections for July
184 40 Attention Hog Feeders
Dr. Phillips of the Bureau of En- ! cars to the following persons; a
L. A. Thomas will receive a tomology, U. S. Dept of Agri- Buick six to J. M. Ringo, Dodge
Best Shows STAR THEATRE Best Shows
carload of hog feed this week.
in his address before the1 to E. W. Chrismsn, Chevrolet to
12,837 29 Those interested in feed please culture
bee keepers, recently, stated that I J. B. Breitenstein, Ford to G. A.
Warranta drawn on fund during the
the outlook for honey prices in i Downing, s used Maxwell to
The 5-Part Pathe Photodrama
July 2, J. B. Grier No. 598 15 00 In a letter to Mrs. G. F. Mack the future were most excellent i Leonard Gilkey of Thomas, Ore.
*• 7, Wm. Cladek ” 602
and that because of the value of and a used Studebaker to Robert
“A WOMANS F IG H T ”
** 7. St’ton w’t ’r P*r “ 607 52 68 Mrs. Anns Riggs writes from honey as a sugar substitute, he Bowes of Gates, Ore. Mr. Titus
A uk . 7, J. B. Grier
** 613 16 00
Sept 4, J. B. Grier
“ 619 15 00 soldier boy friend of his were considered it a patriotic duty to expects to continue reporting
Oct. 3. J. B. Grier
** 625 16 00 entertained by her at supper the increase our production of honey sales as he has some good bar
A man is expected to “Sow his wild oats.” Will society
evening of the 11th. Nello left as much as possible. A copy of gains in cars, they are the kind
let a woman live down a mistake?
2,721 61 Sunday morning with his com of Dr. Phillips address will be you buy and take home with you.
pany for New York. At.last re furnished to those requesting it, Titus don’t require you to pay
$2,837 29 port,
Cecil Riggs was in England, says F. R. Brown, county agri part in advance and wait till the
Unpaid warrant« in General Fund- $3 66
car is made. See him if you
Mias Gladys Ham mar was a cultural agent
J. B. GRIER,
Recorder. Salem visitor Saturday.
want a car right away.
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At Star Saturday LILLY HARDWARE CO.