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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1918)
Ellsworth, the little son o f Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. Crabtree, who
was quite ill for several days, is
Mrs. Tate sent 40 pair of Rtd
Cross sox to Salem Monday at d
received a supply of : a n fcr
•Mrs. W. C. Party and son Dix
on left Wednesday for their
home in Junction City.
Why don’ t you leave that suit
at Mack.s Barber shop for clean
ing and pressing?
Mrs. J. T. Kearns and daughter
June left the early part o f the;
week for a visit with Mrs. Kearrs
son Guy who is now in the army.
They took him a knitted suit
from the ladies of Stayton.
Seed wheat and oats recleaned
at 10c per hundred pounds on
power cleaner. Mayo & Co.
E. L. Wheeler brother-in-law
o f Mrs. 0. E. Myers of Stayton
died in Albany Monday April 8
remains were shiped here Wed
nesday and funeral was held
Thursday from the Myers home
interment in the Lone Oak Ceme
Those who like to spend a few
hours “ tripping the light fantas
tic” are fortunate these days.
The recent dance given by the
Patriotic League was a decided
success both socially and finan
cially and the large crowd pres
ent spoke of the evening as the
“ best time I ever had.”
dance was a “ spot dance” and
many useful and beautiful pres
ents had been donated by the
merchants of the city for pre-
sentatign to the lucky person
who happened to be on the spot
or number called. As usual lunch
was served and the hall tasteful
ly decorated for the occasion.
The returns from the dance will
be used for comforts for the boys
who have gone from Stayton and
for materials for the local Red
Cross auxiliary Friday evening
o f this week the Honor Guard
girls will give a dance. They
have been busy decorating the
hall and are planning to pull off
several original stunts, one of
which will be a chance to secure
a fine turkey, donated by Frank
Siegmund, and a fat hen riven
by Mrs. T. W. Creech.
Subscribe for the Mail.
The Stayton Flouring Mills
have received word from the ad
ministration that will be allowed
to take all the wheat the farmers
will bring them, so bring in all
The war pictures have been
educational in the past now they
are showing the real battle in
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W ho Is
AUTOMOBILE:—Many «penings for frarajc“
men or chauffeurs. Li* pay travel, advance
ment. Expert training: necessary. Qualify AT
HOME in SPARE TIME. War-time opportuni
ties for WOMEN. Send for booklet. Interna
tional Correspondence Schools, Box 913D Scran
CIVIL SERVICE: -U . S. Government wants am
bitious. intelligent MEN and WOMEN for Civil
Service. Refined, congenial work. l aid vaca
tions. W'ar creates 1A.0U0 new positions in Wash
ington alone. W'rite for booklet. International
Correspondence Schools, Box 913D, Scranton. Pa.
CONTRACTING:— Carpenters, bricklayers, ce
ment men wanted to learn contracting, build
ing, structural work, architecture.
demand experts. Good pay. Qualify AT HOME
in SPARE TIME. Free booklet. International
Correspondence Schools, Box 913D Scranton. Pa.
where. Big pay Quick advancement. Learn
electric fwiring, lighting, telephony, etc., AT
HOME in SPARE TIME. Indorsed by E dison.
Steinmetz. Free booklet. International Corre
spondence Schools, Box 913D Scranton. Pa.
K jU X C f/ iU J
Born. September 1. IbTI.
Son of the late C. pt A. M. Simpson pioneer
shipping and lumberman.
Educated at Mt. Tamalpais Academy and
University o f California.
Worked as laborer in 1889. at $1.50 per day.
in the shipyards <>n Coos Bay, Oregon.
Rose from the ranks to executive head of a
large lumber and shipping industry, employ
ing m»r y thousands o f men.
Started the town of North Bend, 1901. Fos
tered community progresr, founded and
developed many enterprises
Mayor of North Bend, 1902-1914.
Patriotic work in connection with Liberty
Loan. Red Cross and War Stamp activities,
for the last twelve months.
His ex ecu tiv e ability, his business e x p e r
ience and his con stru ctive p olicies, DO
‘YOUR KIND OF A MAN FOR GOVERNOR
There are handsome tailored
blouses of white voile and crepe dechines
with touches of colors.
SEE THEM .
Doll’s Gash Store
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GEM C O N F E C T IO N E R Y
First Class Confections.
High Grade Pure Candies
Fine Cigars and Tobacco
Hot and Cold Fountain Drinks
A ll Prices and Style Box Candy
J. A. H E N D E R S H O T T , Proprietor
V E R Y m onth w e m ake enough
L u ck y Strike Cigarettes to reach,
end to end, from N ew Y ork to China,
the long w a y around. T h a t’s
15,000,000 A DAY
Regular men like the Lucky Strike
Cigarette— good, solid Kentucky
Burley tobacco, fine for a cigarette
All kinds of Summer
Shoes for men w o
men and children
Lancefield Shoe Store
Spring Time Means Garden Time
You will have better succes with the garden if you buy
your seeds at J. R. GARDNER’S CASH STORE Our
fine plump onion sets will give more onions to the acre
than any other. 16c per pound. We also have a few
dry goods and notions coming in with the spring days.
Indies and childrens trimmed hats, white canvas shoes
fancy wash goods, wash waists and white materials.
If your dealer does not carry
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Item, «end «I.ZOforaMTIoa
J. R. Gardner's Cash Store,
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Gardening Time! !
A t this season o f
practically all o f
m aking a garden
den tools is felt.
line o f
FOR SAJE—A few bushel o f sprirg
wheat also a few bushel o f grey oats
P. J. Etzel, Sublimity
the yea r the minds o f
ou r citizens turn to
and the need tor g a r
W e ca rry a com plete
High Grade Garden Tools
FOR S A L E —8 or 10 tons o f Alsace
Clover hay baled, first class hay. V.
O f all descriptions consisting o f hoes,
rakes, weeders, shovels, hand cultivators,
all made o f the best material and sold
at the most reasonable prices.
FOR, SALE:— On account o f being
drafted will sell my modern home in
Stayton, also Chevrolet automobile.—
Glenn R. Munkers.
These sre two o f the most popular stars the Paramount Film
Co. show, they play every week at the Oregon theatre Salem
FOR SALK —3 Jersey Milk Cows and
several head stock cattle. John hand- !
Sunday April 21st
Others have roll Filet and Venice lace
MAY : ? .! * ! »
ter the N O M I N A T I O N
vestce of Organdy edged with Val. lace.
REPUBLICAN C A N D ID A T E
STAR T H E A TR E
Jack Pickford in “Freckles”
« All the new Spring Models $
T h e French model with collars, cuffs and
STENOGRAPHY:--Stenographers wanted. Men
and women. Experts earn big money. Congen
ial work—rapid advancement. Many opportuni
ties in Government service. Prepare AT HOME
in SPARE TIME. Free booklet. International
Corres pc ndence Schools, Box 913D. Scranton, Pa.
Friday and Saturday at
variety of all blouscdom's newest ideas.
SALESMANSHIP— Big opportunities in South
America for salesmen, office men. mining men,
mechanical, electrical engineers. Good pay—rapid
Learn AT HOME in SPARE
TIME. Women fill places of men gone to front.
Schools. Box 9I3D, Scranton. Pa.
is thoroughly representative in scop c *n
ELECTRICITY-Railway men— electricity
fast replacing steam. Get ready for a big job.
Prepare AT HOME in SPARE TIME Recom
mended by power and L*^r~portation officials.
Schools, Box 913D, Scranton, Pa.
FOR SALE— Sow and 6 three week
old pigs. T. W. Creech, phone 97
Our assortment of new Spring blouses
ADVERTISING:— Ad Writers and Manaatra
w an t«!—profitable, dignified work. Preoare
AT HOME n M ARE TIME. Indoraed and
r«o*v>mmended by hundred» of successful Rtuden!».
War-time demand for WOMEN Ad writer»
booklet. !nt *rna’ i .r.al Correspondence Schools,
Box 913D, Scranton. P a
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E. D. Crabtree is one of the
M a rrie d
latest measles victims.
Remember Jack Pickford Sun
At the Catho'ic church in Sub
day night in “ Freckles” at Star limity, Tuesday, April 10th. at 0
a, m., occurred to marriage of
John Olmsted is here from Eu Mary VanHandel to Frank Spen-
gene visiting at the B. A. Schae ner. Rev. Fr. Placid us Fuerst.
of Mt. Angel, conducting the
Mrs. Anna Stayton leaves to services.
The bride was dressed in white
morrow for Redne, to remain
trimmed in lace, with
during the summer.
wreath and veil, and her flowers
Mrs. Esther Stamp is here
were white rosebuds and carna-
from Pendleton for a visit with
tions. They were accompanied
by Dora VanHandel, sister of the
For Sale—Share o f stock in the bride, and Conrad Spenner, the
Stayton Telephone Co. See Mrs. gloom ’ s brother.
G. F. Korinek at the postoffice.
A bountiful wedding dinner
See the real fighting at the was served at the home o f the
Battle of Arras next Wednesday bride’s father.
and Thursday. Star theatre.
These young people will make
Mrs. S. R. Dixon, o f Prine- their home on t ie groom’s farm
ville, is visiting at the home of east of Sublimity.
They have the best wishes of
her grandmother, Mrs. Martin.
G. F. Korinek of Portland
of town guests were Wm.
spent Sunday with home folks in
and daughter and Mrs.
A. T. Sohler.
George Davie is able to be out
again after an attack of the
Have your clothes cleaned and
pressed at Mack’s Barber ship.
Beatrice Fairfax in the last
volunteer next Wednesday and
O /J G uaranteed by
/ K iy
BUY YOUR OAR
N O W While the rest are buying
Has the largest, stock of automobiles carried this side of Salem
He has a car ready for you, either a
uick Six, Buick Four, Chevrolet
Or a used Car.
Also a large and complete line o f four thous
and mile tires.
LILLY HARDWARE CO.
SAVE M ON EY
High Price o f Substitutes and waste and cost of doing
your own baking make it expensive, what is the use ot
all this expense, work and worry when you can get
3 LOAVES OF BREAD FOR 25cts.
Baked in a Sanitary Bakery, Clean, Wholesome, Nutri
tious V IC T O R Y Bread at
STA Y TO N
Country Trade Solicited