The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, September 19, 1918, Image 8

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News From All Over The
20 Bars of Good Laun­
dry Soap for $ 1 ,
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Possibly About You or Your Friends
C. E. Taylor was a Portland
visitor last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Urban and
children were Portland visitors
the first of the week.
Mrs. W. E. Thomas, of Salem,
visited friends and relatives in
Stayton Sunday.
Miss Marie Sheoman left Mon­
day for Seattle, where she will
visit friends for some time.
E. G. Siegmund and family, of
Fern Ridge, spent Sunday it the
C. A. Luthy home.
Bill English has just complet­
ed a new cement walk in fn nt of
his place o f residence.
Con­
tractor Lau did tne work.
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Pintler and
Mr. and Mrs. VV. H. Hobson mo­
tored to Salem last Saturday
evening.
Mrs, Hattie Bradshaw return­
ed to Portland Monday, after
visiting her father for a few
days here.
Clarence Monroe and wife, of
Gooch, were in town for an over
Sunday visit with friends and
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tate, of
near Sublimity, were in town
Monday, trading with our mer­
chants and visiting friends.
Glenn Munk«rs was home
from American Lake for an over
Sunday visit.
He returned
Monday.
Master Harry Jones returned
from a visit to his grandmother,
Mrs. Holt, at Thomas, the first
of the week.
Manager Parks, of the Salem
Water Works, came up Tuesday
and together with Tom Smith
went on a fishing trip.
Miss Ellen Willing, profession­
al nurse, of Salem, was here for
an over Suncay visit with the
home folks.
When in Salem, buy your fall
clothing at O. J. Schei’s 344
State Street. He carries all the
latest styles in Clothing, Shoes,
Hats, etc.
J. Brooks, postmaster at Sil-
verton. and his family visited
here with the C. A. Luthy fami­
ly Sunday.
Mr. Brooks is a
brother-in-law of Mr. Luthy.
While attending the fair at
Salem make it a point to visit 0-
J. Schei's clothing store at 344
State Street, and see the latest
in clothing, etc.
Lee Eckerson, wife and child-
r*n, of Canby, Oregon, were
Stayton visitors last
Friday.
The Mail office acknowledges a
pleasant call from the party.
Dr. Brewer reports the fol­
lowing births this week:
a
daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Alois
Beitel. of Sublimity, on the fith;
a son to Mr. and Mrs Chris
Buettgers, of Kingston, on Mon­
day the 9th.
I will prosecute the first per­
son caught hunting on my prem­
ises without permission to the
full extent of the law.
A. Smith.
J. P. Mertz. o f Linn county,
was quite seriously injured Sat­
urday o f last week while at
work on the rock crusher of
that district.
Dr. Brewer is
taking care o f the injured man.
E. C. Titus reports the sale of
a Chevrolet to W. A. Riggs.
Wes was over to Salem Tuesday
and can handle the new car as
g >od as he can the big team of
horses.
30 gal., 25 gal.. 20 gal. and
down the line to 1 gal. jars
or crocks, prices right, just
the thing you want for put-
ting up meat, sauerkraut or
pickles. Call and get our
prices.
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NOBODY UNDERSELLS US
ESTABLISHED 15 YEARS
3 W. F. Klecker, Stayton, Ore.
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SALEM’S
TIRE MAN
Q uack
T I R E S
RETREADING AND
REPAIR WORK
219 N. COM'L. ST.
THE
HOM E
SEE US AT THE STATE FAIR
Silverton, Oregon
A. N. DOERFLER
Fred A. McIntyre, son of Mrs.
M. K. Forrest had an accident
McIntyre of Stayton, died in the
Monday
evening that cost him
Good Samaritan hospital in
the
price
o f a new front wheel
Port'and, Monday
afternoon. .
Fred was employed in the ship on his Chevrolet. While driving
yards and some time ago he get at a good rate of speed in loose
a sliver in his hand and b’oTd gravel the car turned over and
poisoning set in resulting in his tried to jufnp the ditch. Mr. For­
death.
The funeral was held rest is fortunate in having a
Wednesday at Salem. He leaves Chevrolet, for any other make
a wife and two children to would have been in the scrap
heap after such a shake up.
mourn his loss.
School opened Monday with an
enrollment of 53 in the high
school and 109 in the grades.
The young folks seem to be
glad to get back in to the
school room after the long vaca­
«rout
THAT U N D I M I L L I
IT a C L L a F O R C A f c M
GEM C O N F E C T IO N E R Y
F ir s t C la s s C o n fe c tio n s .
H ig h
G rad e
P u r e C a n d ie s
F in e C i g a r s a n d T o b a c c o
Hot and Cold Fountain Drinks
All Prices and Style Box Candy
J. A. HENDERSHOTT, Proprietor
O re con
S ta y to n ,
V E T E R IN A R IA N
Calls promptly attended to day
or night
O ffic e in R e .id e n c e
Phone 1 5 2 2
Oregon
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Trade in your o!d furniture
SALEM ORE.
CHIPPEWA, Work and Logging Shoes
A. A. Cutters, Loggers and Pacs
L ANCEFIELD SHOE STORE
or to such »late.
E. B. Goodman, well known
here, was hurt while at work in
the Go»»ch mill, last Thursday.
The accident hapi>ened when a
belt flew off. letting a large lev­
er loose. Doc was struck in the
face an»! his cheek bor.e was
crushed in ami he received other
minor bruises. He is under the
care of Dr. Beauchamp.
And say that if you need clothes they're the ones you ought
to buy. is bacause the long wear and satisfaction you get
makes them the least expensive clothes we know of.
Sept. 23-29
404-448 Com’ !. St.
LADIES SHOES—Tans, Grays, Blacks
“ The best is the cheapest” ~an ancient wisdom;
the deep truth of it is now being made clearer.
Clothes made of right materials in the right way
last longer and look better; you pay more for
Jhem, but they cost less than poor stuff.
The reason we talk about
Bishop All-Wool Clothes
$20 to $40
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
$25 to $50
Dr. L. W. Horn
Stayton
N E W A R R IV A LS
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Oregon State Fair
MEN’S
HATS
$3 to $6
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SALEM
WOOLEN MILLS
STORE
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MEN’S
SHOES
| 5 t o .$8
OREGON
SALEM
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N IC A U U
for true economy--
all next week at
E. L. STIFF & SON
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Buy good clothes
UNIVERSAL
RANGES
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MARKETERS GROCERY COMPANY
General Merchandise
The compulsory educational
’ law requires that all children tx -
tion and are working harder tween the ages of nine and fif­
than ever.
teen attend school during the
Notice to Parents -A s we can time school is in session, and
upon
the
not accept children for entry in malh-s obligatory
school
authorities
to
report
all
to the first grade after Monday,
delinquencies to the truant offi­
Sept. 30th, all parents are re­
ces. The law allows the school
quested to start such pupils pri­
, no discretion in the mutter.
SEE OUR DISPLAY OF
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Cash or Trade
OF
“Golden Rod”
During the week Dr. Brewer
performed operations for the re­
moval of tonsils and adenoids on
Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Richardson, also on Da­
vie and Marie, children o f Mr.
and Mrs. Bud Calavan.
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SALEM. ORE |
loka Farm Ourocs
W. F. Klecker and children,
Dr. Beauchamp reports the
Pat Lambert and family and the
Dozier and Brennpf families mo­ following births since our last
tored to the Geo. H. Lewis hup issue: girl, to Mr. and Mrs. R.
L. Putnam, of Aumsville, on the
yard at East Salem Sunday.
8th; girl, to Mr and Mrs. L. 1L
The five year old son of Mrs.
Davis, of North Santiam. on the
Pearl Humphreys, of Shaw, was
quite badly bitten by a dog last 10th; to Mr. and Mrs. John Zu-
week. Dr. Brewer is attending ber, o f Sublimity, on the 13th, a
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AT TOP PRICES
United States & Pennsylvania Vacium Cup
Tom Smith returned from Sa­
lem Monday where he has been
looking after work connected
with the Salem Water Works.
Tom returned Wednesday with a
crew o f men and will do some
some work there for the next
couple o f weeks.
Wrn. ’ Nendell returned from
Eastern Oregon. Sunday, where
he has been taking in the har­
vest.
Wrm’s. friengs hardly
knew him when he showed his
face, for he is minus that heavy
mustache and has been reduced
some in weight.
He arrived
home in time to have his picture
taken along with the rest of the
Guards Sunday afternoon.
We buy Everqreen
Blackberries
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