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S T A Y T O N , M ARION C O U N T Y , OREGO N, T H U R SD A Y , N O V EM BER 22, 1917.
¿3rd. Year, No. 47.
M:s. Wilbur Entertains
are Here Again Something new and novel in
eloquent plea for a good contri-
but on to the work from an eco
nomic standpoint showing very
plainly the need of just such an
The appearance in our towr
organization and how the hoys,
Lrat Friday evening a largely
whether they be jew or gentile, last Tuesday evening of M. Ly-
attended meeting wan held in the
protectant or cutholic, atheist or nott and H. N. Putnam, coupled
high school auditorium in the in
what not, not only enjoyed the ; with the fact that the engineers
terest of the great Y. M. C. A.
Y. M. C. A. but actually wel l have again been ;n our midst for
drive that was drawing to n close
comed thi-m and were always the past ten days, caused no little
at that time and all who were
glal to avail themselves of the stir in the community. The en
there were well repaid for the
home they furnish for rest, re- gineers have l>een engaged in
time and effort expanded in going
changing the line in the vicinity
j creation and entertainment.
as all tju* addresses were to the
Sublimity, which is now near
Mr. I’age made a short talk
point and gave the audience
covering the subjects of the ev ly completed. In keeping with
some facts first hand about the
ening in a general way. Mr. the policy of the company to
work the Army and Navy Y. M.
1 Keech closed the meeting with please and accomodate as many
C. A. is actually doing on all the
a short patriotic address, which prospective patrons of the road
war fronts, in prison camps and
i stirred the audience as only he as possible this change was or
is able to stir them.
Geo. Keech was chairman of
conversation with a Mail
the meeting and those from out
representative last night Mi.
t»wn attending were Messrs.
Lynott reiterated his oft repeated
Denham, Ciinrich and Ilollin K.
assersion that the securing of the
I’age of Salem, Chaplain Mat
The dance to be given by the right of way was the only ob
thews of the U. S. army station
stacle in the way of immediately
ed at Fort Stevens and Mr. Han patriot^ ladies o f Stayton in the starting construction work.
nah a Cunudian soldier who has Trotter building Thanksgiving
returned from ihe trenches and eve promises to eclipse anything
ii now incapacitated for further of that character ever given in
Stayton. The lady management,
Notic“ is hereby given that a
Mr. Keech introduced Mr. Den assures the public that they will road district meeting will be held
ham who made a splendid talk have the time of their lives a t , at N. J. Gehlen’s residence in
road district No. 32. in Marion
along patriotic lines and drove. this function.
county. Oregon, on Tuesday, the
home some facts in regard to th e1
27th day of November, 7917, at
work being accomplished.
The decorated. Coney Island Hot Dog 1:30 o'clock p. m.. for the pur
talk that stirred the hearts of C ff?e and other edibles will pose o f levying an additional tax
every individual present was the be erved and those who trip the for road purposes in said district.
W. M. Bushey, County Judge.
simple hut earnest recitation of light fantastic will do so to the
the experiences of himself from
Come, have a good
Miss Ina Harold, who has for
the time he enlisted in a Canadian chestra.
incidentally help pro the past three or more years
regiment in August l'J14 until he
i f the “ Comforts for been the efficient and accommo
was sent to the hospital with 13 vide some »»I
dating clerk in the Stayton post-
bullets in his body and limbs as Our Boys. I
office, has resigned her position,
rdated by Mr. Hannah.
and is now enjoying a well-earn
young man although but a boy ,
ed r*;st at home.
yet in years has had experiences ■
enough to Inst the most adven-
Notice is hereby given that
t rrous for a long lifetime, yet he a road district meeting will be
o dy di I his duty and what our held at Joe Heuberger’s hop position in a larger field, where
boys are now being called upon house in Road District No. 24 in there are opportunities for pro
Mrs. G. F. Korinek is
to do. The one bright spot in Marion county. Oregon on Tues motion.
the position at present.
his life and the life of every day the 27th day o f November
Wednesday was little Miss
other bov at the front is the 1917 at 1 o'clock p. m. for the
many acts o f kindness, the en purpose of levying an additional Louene Thomas’ birthday and a
tertainment and diversion fur tax for road purposes in said dis number o f little folks were en
tertained at the Thomas home in
nished by the Y. M. C. A.
W. M. BUSHEY.
honor of the occasion.^
Cmplain Matthe.vs made an
Dance November 28
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Don't Put All the “Fixins”
On the Turkey
Put Some on Yourself
If there ever was a choice line of Winter
Suits and Overcoats we have them now
Hart Schaffner & Marx
$25 - $30 - $35
$15 - $20 - $25 - $30
Boys’ Suits - Hats - Shoes - Etc.
Remember our o\\n tailors will conform
your suit so that it will fit you perfectly
W O O LEN MILLS
ST O R E
$ 1 .1 0 a
$8.00 pr sack
on the Dollar
only 25c a yd
HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Friday November 23, 1917
8 p. m.
“ Hinton's Double/'
Admission 10 and 25c
Come to Doll's Store Mj ^ - HiU left Tuesday for
Saturday Nov. 24 and
witness a demonstration Bazaar i)ec’ 8
of coffee by a profes
The Hard Time dance given at
Jordan hall last Friday was well
attended and all report a good
time. The pr z j dance was won
by Sank Hannar and Josephine
Se z. while the second prize
went to Herman Marking and
1 Mr. and Mrs.« A. H. W olf of
near West Stayton, were in town
The J. T. Kearns family have
moved to town from their farm
Byron Dennv and family have
moved into their recent purchase,
the W. E. Thomas place.
It was necessary in ‘ ‘Hinton’ s
Double” in which Frederick
Warde will be seen at the Star
Theatre Sunday to show a close-
up of a dog howling. Ernest
Warde, the star’s son and direct
or, asked a dozen people in the
studio to scout around for the
worst bow-wower in New Roch
There will be preaching at the
elle, one that could give long
church next Sunday, Nou.
Pastor W. J. Warren
sustained yips and yodels.
25, by Rev. L. S. Boyce. Every
The pet bloodhound-terrier-
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 body cordially invited.
great-dane-pomeranian o f the p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.
Mrs. John Bronn and son have
son o f a New' Rochelle policeman Epworth League 6:30 p. m., returned from Salem and are
a long tailed “ mutt” that had Prayer meeting every Wednes stopping at M. Streff’s. The boy
long agonized the precincts of an day evening.at 7:30.
is recovering nicely from his re
inn where many Thanhoustr
Meeting of the Sunday school cent operation.
players live, was unanimously board the second Monday of
Tne infant son of Chas. Geh-
' every month at 7:30 p. m. Of- len has been very sick for sever-
meeting the .same
" » / / / /n /d p r o h lv hot-
placed in his kitchen set and giv- evenintr at 8 0’c|0ck
f 1 days: but
en the cue for his miportant how -, eV”
ter to-day. A trained nurse is
assisting in his care.
Subscribe for the Mail.
ling he merely lay down and
looked pleasant. Then he had
camera fright and shrank into a
corner. It was all right for him ,
to appear sad, for the story was
that he had eaten a pan o f bis
cuits made by a Mrs. Newlywed,
One c f our overcoats this cold weather. These are the
and his subsequent howling was
finest overcoats in the market and price is absolutely
to be a testimonial to her cook
cheap, must be seen to be appreciated.
Wiliiam Zollinger, Mr. Warde’s
cameraman, finally suggested
Galore at the old prices. If you buy your merchandise
that some one step lightly on the
from us you are right in line with Hoover’s instructions
SS mutt’s long tail. The dog seem
because you are saving money on every purchase you
ed to understand, for the mere
spoken suggestion obtained the
Wool Dress Goods
Headquarters for Good, Reliable Clothing fo r the Willamette Valley
; i m
t ie way of entertainment is re
ported by those who were prer-
e it at the J. P. Wilbur home bn
Tuesday afternoon, when Mrs.
J. P. Wilbur entertained the
Birthday Club, complimenting
Sugar, Berry and Cane
hor daughter Mrs. Roy H II, whoj
will leave Boon for her home in
Eastern Oregon. The invitations ||
were unique and aroused the cu-
Famous Kenreign Water
ri >sity, and the entertainment
proof Coats For Sale at
provided by Mrs. Wilbur for heri
guests was all that could be de
Fancy Moire Hair Ribbons
sired. The ladies were given a
picture of à house, with its de
scription and floor plan and were}
Mercerized Crochet cotton
New. Stock of Rubbers for
supposed to cut pictures out of
the whole family at last
magazines to furnish their house.
These pictures were assembled
and placed on large cards. Then
each lady was given a clothespin
and her choice of any color of
tissue paper todress it in. These
T H É STOWE 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 FOB C A S H
clothes pin ladies were later used
as place cards. The ladies voted
on the most attractive card and
Mrs. W'. F. FollÎ3 and Mrs. C.
E. Daugherty tied for first place
and were each presented with a k
handsome cup and saucer.
consolation prize a Keupie doll u
fell to Mrs. Elder.
After the prizes were awarded k
the guests were invited into the i k
dining room which was indeed a k
beautiful sight. Ribbon stream ■
ers hung from softly shaded k
lights to the table and these were k
made more attractive by autumn I k
leaves and chrysanthemums. A Ï
huge bowl of yellow chrysanthe i
mums graced the center of the i
table and other howls and bask Ì-
ets of these flowers were used 5 A J i**A **i*'*W ***m ***'m **W **r«*l* <<s<B k 4 ^ s i » s k lrtim m w ilBirtsk is>saM
about the room.
lunch was served after which
the ladies enjoyen several selec
tions on the Victrola and later
Remember the Mother Goose
departed for their homes, all vot
ing Mrs. Wilbur and daughter
Good fresh cow for sale reas
Buy that Boy of Yours
A full line of Men’s Furnishing Goods
of our high standard of quality. Also
a good assortment of
136 N. Commercial Street
Serial No. IJ36
Workmen are busy getting the
Trotter building in readiness for
the benefit dance Nov. 27. As
stated before: the proceeds from
this dance will go to provide
p j comforts for “ our boys” in the
Come and get a cup of coffee at
Doll’s store Saturday.
r j a * m m srsE ra sre ifc ir ie iie io ie i raimisridri
Walnuts lb 25c
The finest and best flavored Walnuts ever sold in Ore
gon lb 25 cents.
NOBODY UNDERSELLS US
W. F. KLECKER.
ESTABLISHED U YEARS