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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1918)
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S T A Y T O N , M A R I O N C O U N T Y . O R E G O N , T H U R S D A Y , M A R C H 21,
24th. Year, N o. 12.
A Surprise for
Pleasantly Entertain Killing Water
On .Saturday evening Mr. and
Help the Belgians
W . H. Hobson
Serial N o . 1153
Grow a War Garden
Best Seed on the Market
Lowest Prices Found Anywhere
The American Red Cross are
Mrs. M. J. Crabtree entertained
The professional eastern high
devoting this week to the gather-,
- ■ ,,
a party o f friends at a M. rat-
During the regular session of ing
brow conservationists have killed
the Odd B ellow* lodge la-1 Thurs Belgians, and Mrs. J. I*. Wiftur 'r ic k s party at their spacious all water power development for
home. Cards were the principle
day evening a large number of
ten years and still keep it up.
an chairman of the local auxiliary
the Kebekahs assembled in the has been asked to superintend diversion for the evening and
We are burning millions of tons
Mrs. A. o f coal and letting millions of
ante-room, und upon the close of the work in Stayton and vicinity. prizes were awarded.
C. Thomas had the highest score
the lodge meeting joined hands
water power run to waste to grat
We have been allied for 250
among the ladies and received a ify socialistic idealists.
and marched into the lodge room
handsome box of candy.
surrounding Mr, Hobson and
The bill before congress draft
Let everybody go through their
Crabtree had the highest score
dancing around him, but he was
ed by Pinchot et al admits the
clothes closets and gather up the
utterly surprised by such proceed- castoff dresses, shoes, trousers, for the men and was awarded a need of enlisting private capital
T H E I T O » t 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 FOIV C A S H
bright green neck tie, while the
u -e and unable to figure out why
in developing the wasted water
underwear, childrens garments.
consolation fell to Dr. Korinek,
he had been selected a s the
quills, in fact any article of cov-
^ . ...
■ who was presented with a large
“ goat” so to help him understand
Still it expects private capital
ering or wearing apparel
they all filed past him and patted • •
. . I mysterious looking parcel which to develop water power enter
bring or send it to the Red Cross, ,
him on th*- shoulder, but still un-
. when opened disclosed a large prises for a limited period of
room or the 5. 10
and 15 cent
uble to futhom their antics until
Ice cream, cake and
years, the promoters to recieve
finally some one gave him a hint
coffee were served. The rooms
their pay from a restricted in
There is intense sniTering in
broad enough for him to under
and table decorations were in
come for that period, at the end
Belgium and northern France for
keeping with the St. Patrick’s
that it was his 71st hirlhdav they
of w hich they have to turn the
lack of shoe* and clothing and it
idea and were very attractive. property over to the government.
lies within the power of this great
A splendid supper had been
Those enjoying the hospitality of
No private capital will be in
nation to help alleviate that suf-|
prepared by thè iodgemen and
I Mr. and Mrs. Crabtr«*e were C.*« vested on any such plan and the
fering. Thousands o f .babies are
all partook of the seasons dainties
A. Beauchamp and wife, Leo J.
consequence will b e t h a t
| being ls>rn into the world with
ltock and wife, E. 1). Crabtree
to the satisfaction of the inner
water power development will
out even swadling cloth« a to w rap
man after which all repaired to
and wife, Dr Korinek and wife
Give something, for
the lodge room, where, what had
land C. A. Luthy. wife and little
Under this bill, the govern
whatever it is it can be utilized
the appearance of being a hand
ment would be required to say to
by ihos«* suffering people. The daughter.
some birthday present was pre
women in Belgium are adepts
the prospective invertor:
sented to the honored member
ahead and spend your money.
W'th the needle and can fashion
and upon opening the l>ox and
You must limit your profit to six 1
clothing that will keep them ,
examining the contents it was
or seven per cent, pay heavy
c >mfortubie out of what you give j
We want to take this opportu
found to contain a plug of his
taxes, meet ail repairs and im
nity of thanking those who con
favorite chewing tobacco.
STAYTO N - OREGON
at your own cost.
Mr. Humphreys, manager of tributed to the success o f the
No set program had l*een ar
the Star theatre has made ar Silver Tea, namely BertMunkers
ranged but th • evening was
rangements to show the Germans who loaned th«? grafanola, J. B.
si ent in pliiyi' • games and hav
«•«•treat at Arras on two nights Leigh for cartage. Mr. Elder for you w ill have to give the property
ing a general eoo«I time. All
' j are separated some hundreds o f
Wednesday and Thursday Apri[ loaning the house and Mrs. Lons- to us”
departed at a late hour declaring j,'
Desmond appears as a
1 upd 4. This is a pictur«* o f way for decorating; also the girls
they hW) spent a pleasant and ;
who is called
which there has Iwi'n nothing who served. Cacelia and Clara country in the world andthejeon-
i like it shown in Stayton. You Mielke. Dorothy Reiger. Wava sequences of allowing such a
law’ would be
I no doubt will b«* interested in the Brown. Svlvia Sestak anti Marian system to . become
In this fie •
different modes of warfare shown
I »11 «.than who W prevent the utiteaUon o f the
latest Triangle-Fine Arts play succteds, and incidentally wins
wasting w ater power.
Pastor W? I. AVnrren
helped in any way.
starring Miss Love she is seen as the hand of the victim’s daugh
i shown from th«* machine gun j The receipts of the Tea were
blind girl whose sight is re ter. Desmond also appears in
Services at 11a. m. and 7:30 j that shoots GOO times a minute to $26.90 and there being no ex
p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. | those terrible tanks with armor penses this sum was turned over
Every year for forty-five years stored through the kindness of another role in the same play, as
Epwortli L«*ague 6;30 p. m., that bullets fail to penetrate. i to the treasurer o f Stayton Aux prior to 1918 these famous enter wealthy people, who stop in the the early part of the action shows;
I’ rayer meeting every Wednes- Remember April 3 and 4, prices iliary A. R. C.
tainers were known to the public street one dfty to buy from her, him a s a n aspiring scenario
day evening at 7:fio.
| will be 10 and 20 cents.
from the Pacific to the Atlantic tray o f flowers. The love story writer seeking to place his play,
Committee, Mrs. J. M. Ringo,
of the play concerns Nina and, “ The Iced Bullet,” at the Thos.
M«*eting of the Sunday school |
Mrs. Chas. Brewer, and from the lakes to the Gulf.
a crippled newsboy,' H. Ince studios. In this he is
board the second Monday of |
Mrs. Archie Caspell, Scarcely a city, shore or moun
believes to be as wholly unsuccessful, and the
every m«mth at 7:30 p. m. Of-
Lice pow’der. Lice liquid and
Mrs. A. S. Pancoast. tain-pass of this great nation but
strong a3 Apollo, theme of his story takes place
ficial board meeting the same stock goods at Beauchamp’s The
has resounded to the strains of
mixedjwith grief o n 1 y in a
evening at 8 o ’clock.
Quality Drug Store.
the voices and instruments o f the
DeMoss Family of Oregon as
they sang in praise of God and
In Canada, Great Britian, Ger
Switzerland they have also en
the Triangle-Fine Arts Scenario | Thomas H. Ince plant at Culver
As song writers and musicians Department wrote “ Nina, th e; City, which is said to be extrerae-
they were at Chicago Exposition Flower Girl,’* Bessie Love’s new ly interesting.
(1893) for six months: Omaha vehicle. Her sister, Loyola O’ - j
Exposition (1899). six weeks; St. Connor, has a character part in , Dance at Beauchamps hal/
Saturday March 23.
Louis Exposition (1904), three the play.
“ THE ICED BULLET”
(1905), four months: and at San
Be sure and attend the Coat
William Desmond is seen as a Sale now in Progress at Doll's
three weeks. Employed by the full fledged Triangle star in the
officials, entertaining the vast new play. “ The Iced Bullet,”
Seed wheat and oats recleaned
multitudes daily, They have ap w hich will be seen at the Star
10c per hundred pounds on
peared in the largest churches, Theatre Sunday March 24. The
auditoriums and music halls in all play derives its odd name from a power cleaner, Mayo & Co.
the great cities as well as the mysterious contrivance used by | Harry Humphreys went to
smaller ones, entertaining the the villian of the piece to assassi- Portland on business today.
thousands, until their name has
become a household word in
The present organization con
T he biggest joy in living is being in harmony with your surroundings.
sists of Henry and George De
We have lots o f Corn meal ask us for price and then
Spring is the time for new, jaunty clothes, appropriate to the freshness of
Moss (who took part in the co n -f
compare with others
everything around you. That's w h y the beauty and charm of Classic
certs with their parents in 1872),
Mrs. George DeMoss, Elbert and
Coats will appeal to you.
Homer DeMoss, the two little
Crescent Mapleline Syrup in half and full gallons.
prodigies who comprise the third
Just what you have been wanting for years try some.
generation of this family jof en
Bertsch, reader arid pianist-
T h ey express the perfection o f man-tailored garments, together with
Their program consists of Vo
At the same price and the amount we sold, the last 10
cal Duets. Trios, Anthems and
beauty and gracefulness o f design. They're made o f materials both
days shows that the public knows and appreciates gen
Male Quartettes.Orchestral Over
uine bargains. One line of plain blue overalls about 1
durable and attractive— materials that will w ear and give lasting service.
tures, Banjo Quartettes, Flute
dozen left odd sizes while they iast
Solos, Violin Solos, Cello Solos.
Hand Bell Ringing, two Cornets
Come in and shop through the Classic Coat line. Y o u ’ll enjoy seeing
at once by one person, Imitation
NOBGDY U N D ER S ELLS US
Classic Coats. “ T h e y ’re different.”
of Chimes on Guitar and Banjo,
Readings and Monologs.
At the Stayton high school
auditorium Friday, March 22. 8
ESTABLISHED 14 YEARS
p. m. Admission: children 20c,
W OOL«™«MOH AIR
Highest Market Prices paid for your
Wool and Mohair in any quantity
Good Second Hand Sacks
And Twine for either for sale.
Custom carding done.
Silver T a Success
WILBUR WOOLEN MILLS CO.
Bessie Love's New Play nat*his
1 n while the two
Beautiful Coats for Spring
Corn Meal Cheaper
We are Selling Our Wool Dress Goods
And the Prices are just Right
$ 1 .0 0 Per Pair
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 21, 22 and 23
DOLL’S CASH STORE
W. F. KLECKER.