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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1918)
ENOCH M O R G A N 'S
Ik S T
What t oes L. J. Simpson stand for?
S A P O L IO
E C O N O M Y
“A c t i o n s s p e a k l o u d e r t b ^ n
w o r d s - A c t - D o n ’t T a lk - Buy N ow
Ant anti fore mo« t
AH the new Spring Models
c ' i
Our assortment of new Spring blouses
is thoroughly representative In scope and
variety of all blousedom's newest Ideas.
T he French model with collars, cuffs and
vestee of Organdy edged with Val. lace.
Others have roll Filet and Venice lace
collars. There are handsome tailored
blouses of white voile and crepe dechines
with touches of colors.
SKE THEM .
For patriotic co onerutiun between employer «ml employee.
review, preparing ft r the State
Mr. Allen w II bo here Friday
and will address the boys and)
girls on the subject of club work
and all should attend,
Miss Cow pi II will address the J
ladies of Sta. ton Friday after-j
noon at the high school on the'
subject of canning. All the la
dies are invited to attend,
For Urptin' CHU prinoM'W*.
• sii:**rl of nation'* war artiv’tio».
v«-lo|»ni< nt of Oregon'» vast re*ouroi>», mid the en-
cour fvineiit of uKrii'Ultiire.
For kooi I roed*.
G+vtrmr" For rigui low enforcemont.
For unii" widt prohibition mid women' sutTomro.
For .iatioro.1, umverenl . i¿ht hour day, excepting Ngrirulture. .
For better working end living condition*« for the thousHiidu of
worker« und liil> >reri» throughout the vinte.
For the ¿re» test p,.suhle morel, «octal Hiid economic advancenient
of «II eil ixen« of the «tate.
For an efficient «t<le education svstein
For a olean, impartial, husmees like administrate n.
"Policies hacked hv twenty years of practice."
The Basel»all game last Friday
"Your kind of a man for Governor" i*
ended very successfully for the
L. J . SIM PSON
It was a close
t RIPA Y
( Kepuhlii an >
game. the score being 9 to 7, in
fsl.t A 1 a ioti b> "Plropaon forOtiYvnor League,” I I) Sfili»»« IlM« ,
favor of Stayton.
The physical Geography class
are studying atmosphere and
pounds milk a day Jerscv cow, tests 5 6 '
have been taking thermometer
Iso IVIaiid Chin» Itrood sow. Arthur
readings and plotting tempera-
‘orrette, Aumsville, Oregon.
FOR S ALK
C.sey iVl.k lows and j “ k .OK SALK To close an .«tale the
J. H Quinn, of Scio. was in sever»! beau
at e. John Sand-j nUMt, r fan,i ¡n Sublimity, containing
The typewriters were cleaned
170 acres, must lie sold at once. Fur
and overhauled Tuesday. This
further particulars inquire, Rertiutd
BILL HART next Sunday.
work was superintended by D.
Administrator, Stayton, Ore.
C. Davis, Lynn Neal and Roy
Mrs. Dave Sieelman is visit wheat also «• e >■ nu» il uf griy ont«
I’. J. Etxe', v ub initty
FOR SALE- My Chcvruht car, | n
ing at A. Hill's.
good condition and rvnaunnblt* price and
FOR S A L E —8 or I<• tons of Alsace
Frank Rauscher visited the
term«. B. F. Ford.
Geo. Brewer was up from
Clover hay bated, first cl. ss h«y. V.
high school Tuesday.
Aumsville way Monday.
' J. Philippi.
l>r. H. A. Beauchamp, wife
Joseph Spaniol, a former high
See The Hidden Menace next
FOR s.-M.K .I,, hcc.if < ..! UMnfr and daughter i ccompanied by
school student went to Salem to \veJ. and Thurs. at Star Theatre.
drafted will sell my modem home in George Tate, C. E. Daugherty
take his examination for the A r
Frank Carter has gone to As Stayton, also Chevrolet automobile.— and wife motored to some of the
Glenn R. Muukera.
toria to work.
hills of Polk county Sunday af
The Textile c'ass visited the
Horace Lilly and wife ^pent
W ANTED* About 20 »hosts from 50 ternoon and saw some of the
Woolen Mill Tuesday afternoon Sunday in Corvallis.
to sO pound«, must be young and thrifty most beautiful scenery in the
Mr. Wilbur very kindly took the
Bill Hart r.ext Sunday Star A. C. Vernon, Scio, Oregon.
class through the mill and ex
Mr. and Mrs. E . Matten. of
Guy Slower :s here from Pen
plained the entire process by
ail(i Miss Alta Matten, of
which finished pieces are made dleton for a visit with friends.
n . I'tvri.-r. Ml
Corvallis, visited at M. J. Crab-
Hayakawa next Sat. in The
from the raw material. This
FOR SALE—All m> sheep, a good 90 tree’s Saturday and Sunday.
visit was loth very interesting Jaguars Claws,
Each girl in
H. J. Mutchler came up f>om
the class was presented with a Warrenton and spent the week
sample of areo-cloth. This cloth end with his family in Stavton.
was sent to Mr. Wilbur by a
g p. Combs and fa nily. of
friend in Connecticut. It is made Jordan, have moved to town, oc-
of the very finest grade of cotton Cupying the Silhavy house,
which is the “ Sea Island.” A
The worlds famous plaj es Haya
firm in Connecticut is the only
O U know how cooking
one in the U. S. which has been'
Chas. Geh'en was in Pi rtland
brings out all the rich
able to successfully meet Uncle ,
_________ rp. •
the first of the week.
bam s requirements.
I his ma
pungent flavor of bacon—
terial is so very expensive that it
F°r Sale— Shaie of ftockin the
there’s nothing that tastes
will never appear on the retail Stayton Telephone C<>. See Mr*, j
better. But you wouldn’t like
G. F. Korinek at the postoffice.
CLASSIFIED ADS. -
Doll’s Gash Store ï
1 ' • t» ' é u" i ; ■<’( r.
The eighth grade class are
bUSliy Working on their general
N ext Sunday at
The Jaguars Claws
Comedy—Susie of the Follies
First Class Confections.
H igh Gntde Pure Candies
Fine C igursand Tobacco
Hot and Cc!d Fountain Drinks
A!1 Prices and Style Box Candy
J. A. H E N D E R SH O T T , Proprietor
T E N N IS
All kinds of Summer
Shoes for men w o
men and children
Lancefield Shoe Store
Spring Time Means Garden Time
You will have better succea with the garden if you buy
your seeds at J. It. 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.
Ladies and childrens trimmed hats, white canvas shoes
fancy wash goods, wash waists and white materials.
So w e toast the B urley tobacco
used in L U C K Y S T R I K E Ciga
rettes for exactly the same reason
—to bring out the rich, solid flavor.
If ronr dealer do«« aot carry
I O C W C ^ om
K M S ta
J. R. Gardner's Cash Store,
Gardening Time! !
A t this season o f the year the minds o f
practically all o f our citizens turn to
m aking a garden and the need tor g a r
den tools is felt.
W e carry a complete
line o f
High Grade Garden Tools
O f all
descriptions consisting o f hoes,
rakes, weeders, shovels, hand cultivators,
all made o f the best material and sold
Bi* «opportunities in South
Am erica t m salesrrH.n, office men, mininsr men,
mechanical,electrical engineer* Good pay—rapid
at the most reasonable prices.
I advancement. I>earn AT HOME in SPARK
TIM E. Women fill places o f men Kone to front.
Schools, Box 913D, Scranton, Pa.
i ï -
The baseball team will play the
The Real Battle is on Bullets
Lebanon high Friday, April 26, are
anc^ men are falling
at Lebanon. Saturday they will ^ on 1 forget at Star Theatre
play Brownsville high at that " ^ & Thurs. nights,
place. Our team has won every
Subscribe for the Mail,
game so far and is determined to
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keep up the good record.
H F I P
W A M T P H
The next baseball game at I H j l i l
i f X I 1 1 1 Li 1/
Stayton will be played with the
A D V E R T IS IN G : —Ad W riter, and M .n .K -r .
Amity team Friday, May 3.
wanted—profitable. di«mif»v<i work.
Prof. Ford took and passed the recommended by hundred* of sue
A War-time demand for WOMEN Ad writer*. Free
booklet. International Correspondence Schools.
Secretary in France, and expects Itox 913D-Scr*nt"n-
an appointment soon.
AUTOMOBILE:—Man, opentnes for .trier
men or chauffeurs. Bar pay. travel; arlvance-
The contest for the Silver cup "*«»». E*P-rt trainme
. . .
HOME in SPARE TIME. War-time opportuni-
resulted in victory for Anna « « f»r women s»nd for booklet int*™«-
« tional Correspondence Sch^jols, Box 913D Scran-
Spaniol, her speed being 79 words ton. pa
The speed of the | CIVIL SERVICE: - U. S. Government wants am-
bitioas, inU-liis^nt MEN and WOMEN for Civil |
other contestants wa3 as follows: Service.
Refined, congenial work. Paid vara- I
Leona Sandner 77, Josephine ^
Lambrecht 68, Caryl Rubble 66, I Corre»B«i<lence School«. Box »13D. Serant/«n. P»
Gladys Hamman 63.
CONTBACTING -Carpenter«, bricklayer«, ee-
. , .
ment men wanted to learn contracting, build- \
Gome and see one OI the best I dk . «tructural work, architectur- War time« ;
demand expert«. Good pay. Qualify AT HOMK
programs ever given in Stayton m. spare time , tree booklet. International 1
. ., n . * .,
Correspondence Schools, Box 913D Scran Vm. Pa. ;
at the Recital May 10.
fiiy n n / 1 ! E L E C T R IC IT Y :—Electricians
Wallace Child has »•n
where. Bisr pay Quick
dvancement. I>earn j
electric » winnjf, Jisrhtinif,
y, etc., AT
from the shipyards for a visit , HOME in SPAKE TIME. Indorw on
d by Kdiaon.
l . Corre-
antl gave miss I^raDiree S room an xpondence Sch^ls.^ox 913D Scrantx>n. P
interesting talk about the making ~
I » » .
j E L E C T R IC IT Y - Railw ay men-—electricity
O l Ships One day last week,
faet replacing ftteam. Get reaxiy for a bipr job.
Prepare AT HOME in SPAKE TIME. Recom-
Zora Stowell visited Miss Crab- 1 Free
,J,f 1 p°w*r International
*nd t.--- -i-*rt«ti,«,
tree s room Monday.
j s' h<*'i*. e «* ' ji - id . senmton. p».
G u a ra n te e d by
LILLY HARDWARE CO,
S T E N O G R A P H Y :- -Stenoirraphers wanted. Men
and women. Experts earn bijr money. Congen
ial work—rapid advancement. Many opportuni-
tie« in i>»vernm**nt service. Prepare A T HOME
in S P A K E TIM E. Free booklet. International
Correspf.nd« nee Schools, Box 91'ID, Reran ton, Pa.
Stalement of the Ownership, Ma agemenf,
etc., Reqj'red by the Ad tf A gust
24 , 1912
O f Slayton Mail published weekly at Stayton,
Oregon, fo r A p ril 191«. Editor, C. E. Daugrherty-
Managing Editor* C. E. D augh erty, Buniner* M an-
a*rcr C. E. Daugherty, Stayton, O regon ; Publish
er* Alexan der A OauRherty, Stayton. O regon.
O w ner, C. E. Daugherty, S tayton , Oregon. K n ow n
bondholdera, MorUracreea, and rather security hold,
era, holding 1 per cent or more o f total am ount o f
bonda, mortffatfe*. or other securities: Stayton
State Bank and E. D. A lex an der titayton, Oregon.
C. E. D A U G H E R T Y
Sw orn to and aubaeribed before me thia 2Hfti day
o f A lp r l 191b.
G. R. Munkera,
N otary Public for Oregon.
M y commiaaion ex p ire « M arch 22, 1981.
Why Does Titus
Sell more cars than any dealer in this end of the county?
Because he Se"s Chevrolets and Buicks
T h e test cars for the 'east money
E. C. Titus
H igh Price o f Substitutes and waste and cost of doing
your o w n baking make it expensive, w h at is the use ol
all this expense, w ork and w o rry when you can get
3 LOAVES OF BREAD FOR 25cts.
Baked in a Sanitary Bakery, Clean, W holesom e, N u tri
tious V I C T O R Y B fead at
Country Traile Solicited