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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1918)
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I Wilb l ur Woolen Mil s Co., Station,
SIXTH ANNUAL MILL END AND CLEARANCE SALE
MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1918
For One Week (Bommencinq
200 pairs Slightly Imperfect Blankets in various Colors and Weights for single and double beds, no
damage to impair the wear. These are all great bargains and will not last long unsold.
From 25 % to 4
Less than Wholesale Prices
Much Less Than Present
Yardage and Remnants to
*. n -
ft Clean up and Close out at some
C o a t ( jO C a S ¥ Figures muc|! below present
/ real value
BUNTING-HOUSE LINING, WOOL SWEATERS and CAPS, WOOL SOX and many other Woolen Goods
offered in this sale at prices that will SAVE YOU MONEY. Woolen goods are high. Next year they
will be higher. This is a good opportunity to get what you need at very low prices.
NOTE THE OATE-"OeTOBER 12TH
JOHN P. WILBUR, Manager
v u ltu re s.
One of th e in stitutions of the arm y
W atters; Vice President, Worth Creech’s room and Ellis Cham
A N O T H E R SAD S ID E O F WAR in F ran ce is the trav elin g bathroom . ie Shank motored to Salem Tues
Smith: Secretary Treasurer, Sil berlain has left it for the West
An outfit th a t requires th ree track a to day.
W hen th ey saw th o se Y ankee boys va Sestak; Sarg. at Arms, Ed Stayton School.
M any Man Who Hava Won Monora carry it is rolled up to th e Imea aa the
A large crowd from Mt. Pleas
H ava Loat Comrade* and Foal
boys leave the tren ch es and provides ant attended the State Fair the Did th ey sta n d and w ait fo r A m eri mund Klecker; Member to the
Lack of Companlonahlp.
bathing facilities for five hundred men
Executive Committee, Norval
No. Y o u r sq u a re h e a d s have b are-
An American w as »IMInis In Sim pson's an hour.
The Mt. Pleasant school open
By the end of the w ar will civilian
rrx ta tin in t recently having dinner when
Miss Elsie Miller, of Portland,
a hardy man In C anadian uniform and soldier alike have fo rg o tten w hat ed Monday. A large number of U n train ed , w ell say. th e r e ’s a few
has been visiting her sister.
A surprise party was given at
atarted to converae with him. The
m illion m ore
pupils are enrolled for the com
T h a t a re w illing an d ea g er to Miss Margaret Miller, returned the home of Frank Cremer last
Cnnadlnn waa w orking In a large they still be able to recognise one
autom obile factory In W indsor when when they see it?
Sunday night. Those present
Mrs. Selmer Brown, of Aums- And w hen th ey s ta r t in to s e ttle th e home Wednesday morning.
th e w ar atarted, but enlisted In a
C anadian regim ent and haa been In
Roy Follis. Eugene Ditter, snd were: Mr. and Mrs. Cremer,
ville, is visiting at the Lee
Sit up and ta k e notice, oh in so len t
five of the worat hattlea of the war.
! Clare Thomas have left as for Mrs. N. Nietling, Mr. and Mrs.
H ardly a handful of the men who
Bill Basl, Mr. and Mrs. John
atarted w ith hlin are atlll on the roe te r.
A family reunion was given at I th in k when you m eet th o se k h ak i- the 0. A. G. They, like many Haffner and Mr. Martin Zuber.
T hla particu lar aoldler waa about to
others, wish to take advantage
Miss Naomie Hotline, of Alba the G. H. Ray home Sunday in
leave for the trenrhea again a fte r com
And n o te how th e ir b ay o n ets gleam of the Students Army Training The young folks were: Misses
p leting Ida leave. T here waa nothing ny, is visiting with the Misses honor of the brothers and sis You'U call on y o u r O ott. an d m aybe
Course offered there this year. Mary Cremer, Margaret Schul-
p erh ap s.
rem arkable In th at, but thta la his
ters. All were present except
This course is indeed a splendid tebein, Della and Tillie Zuber,
e to ry :
two brothers at Lebanon, John
d ream .
Inxlde hta coat he w ore the Victoria
Will Ryan departed for Cor-*, L. and J, M. Ray. The sisters
thing for young men, and those Frances Nietling, Lizzie Haff
C ross. He got It at Yproa. where he
vallis where he will attend the preseut were: Mrs. Frank Sav W hen they an sw e r y o u r ta u n t w ith who can attend are to be con ner, Rosa Basl, and Alma Phil
C arried g captain th ree hundred feet
b u lle t and shell
gratulated. Wm. Ryan a mem ips, Messrs. Bill, Ben, Bonrie
through No Man’s I,and w ith bullets S. A. T. C.
age, Mrs. V. Nadstanek. of Sa
And th e tr a e ro p lan e s w hirl over
flying all about him. He haa go ac
ber of last year’s graduating annd August Toepfer, George
h ead .
Mrs. Prank Savage and sister, lem, and Mrs. Roxie Shank. P re se n tin
q u ain tan ces In Kngland. He haan't a
Etzel, Peter and Alex Haffner,
g y o u r boches th ro u g h tic k class, will also be found there.
rela tiv e In the world. He was Just Mrs. V. Nadstanek, of Salem, The brothers were: W. R. Ray
e ts to h ell—
Christ Mike and George Niet
Such nice little tic k e ts of lead.
hungering for some one to talk to and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ray and G. U. Ray, of this vicinity
The Student Body is in receipt ling. Christ Cremer, Tony and
w hen he saw the American. H e re
another letter from Mr. Bur Alex Minten, Gerhard Toelle,
U ntam ed is th e w brd th a t you should
lu c ta n tly showed hta decoration, and
gess F. Ford. This letter will Joe Wolf. Alva Zuber, Daniel
•a id It would give him great happiness spent the week end at the G. H. Wash, Relatives present were:
As re g a rd s th e A m erican boy.
If lia had aome one som ew here In the Ray, W. R. Ray and Mrs. Roxie Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Savage and
F o r. tf ev er you m eet, you'll find, be found printed elsewhere in Kelley. Leonard Phillips, and
w o n d who waa d o se enough to him to
wife, of Shaw. Mr. and Mrs.
this issue of the Mail.
oh h un.
Carl Schultebein. A very en
sla p him on the back and say, “Oood,
H e 's an u n ta m ed son of a g un.
old ch ap !"
Earl McCa'rt, of Harrisburg, is
Harold Richardson and Leo joyable time was had by all
Stitt be w asn't m audlin about It. He
C an “ De w ac h t” on th e " R in d ” Lu lay have entered the 7th present. At midnight a lunch
visiting this week at the Mrs. Portland, H. R. Shank, wife and
waa Juat one of thousands who are
son, Mrs. W. R. Ray and daugh keep th e Y anks aw ay fro m th e grade this week.
was served and after a few
ca rry in g honors around with them and
ters, Misses Effie and Cora, and bacon?
have no relative or Intim ate friend
of singing and dancing
Arnold Senz motofed to Alba son, Lewis, Irvine Ray. Mr. and
Kenneth Thomas has left
to congratulate them. It’s war.
their friends good-bye.
school and we learn that he has
Thla. p articu la r aoldler said as he ny Monday.
Mrs. Tom Phillips and sons, the
John Etzel has been hauling
le ft X------:
gone away and will not return
Mrs. V. Nadstanek, Mr. and Misses Grace and Roxana Shank.
“If I ever get through I'm going
to Sublimity the past
for the rest of the term.
hack to the S tates, hut the odds are Mrs. Albert Ray and children Messrs Miles Knapp. David Ae-
against me. We can 't alw ays heat thla and G. H. Ray motored to Salem gerter, Jr., Lyona Ray and Mel
Rae Glover, who is a student
The pupils in Mrs. Humph
fighting game. I t’s like roulette. It
P. T. Etzel made a business
room have been learning
vin Shank. A bountiful picnic
g e ts you In th e long run. T here la Monday.
to town early Tuesday
only one man of iny original company
The Misses Dora and Maud dinner was served at noon. Ice
le f t besides m yself."—London Mall.
Smith were Sunday visitors at cream was also served. All de
Bill and Bonnie Toepaer called
parted at a late hour, having last year, registered in high in saying these tables. He has
the N. Nietling home Sunday
been able to complete the 6’s.
spent a very enjoyable time.
)o vour C h ristm as shopping e a rly ”
Miss Hazel Lambert left Mon
The sympathy of the entire up and bach, in 25 seconds.
Arnold and Nick Senz motored
i old, old fru n d .
It haa always
day for Lebanon, where she will
Christ Nietling was a caller a t
is extended to Mrs. J. F. These same pupils are at present
9 its appearance in the week fili
to Scio Sunday.
ng T hanksgiving, and
nothing attend school the coming winter.
Lau. the Domestic Science and : very interested in some flower the P'rank Basl home Sunday a f
I be more unexpected than find it
The Misses Naomi Bodine. I A V U K S T IO X A N D C O K ItK C T IO N . Music teacher, who is confined pots which they have.
ting us early in Septem ber,
to Jier home with an attack of themselves planted the flowers
Mr. and Mrs, Bill Basl visited
uir attendance is requested a t the Shank, Hal Shelton and
W. D. S h a ll.
and will care for them during at the home of their father, Mr.
well perform ances of the C rick et’s
McCart spent Sunday at the Per
phony O rch ertra.
T heir concerts
Prof. Grover gave a very in the entire term.
“ U n train e d A m e r ic a n s ." — B erlin
tie discontinued for ahe w inter ry W right home at Salem.
John Creech is back in school’ Lawrence Ritzinger visited at
teresting talk in the ass.-mbly
Mr and Mrs. Nick Zimmer W ell yea. I’ll ad m it th ey innv b«| Monday morning.
inths. The next «en«on will he In
after a short absence, caused by the N. Nietling home Monday
u n tra in e d .
pet, 1010. with n U rge n’lm 'icr of man spent Sunday at Henry
The Sophomores met and or the removal of his tonsils.
And lu rking so m ew h at of vour
iyvl able p-i-foriW'-s.
S e n a ’s.
ganized on»* day last week. The
John N. Nietling was homo
i:» m b n h te ’ hut "I 1 the vov o*
; ^u tli tr k r f tho field
(J. H Ua>\ Mrs. Frank Sav Util wh.’n
follow iiig officers w re eleettd on Saturday of last week.
■eii and onie lev of 11»,- n < i of
from Camp Lewis to visit his
th e y have gained
age. Milos Knapp and Mrs.- Ros
■ r - r v li •! • v
i :*car «*!
Th. y re llk r eagle« a?ld*> of you for ¡he com ing term: P i t s . Dean ' Par? Calnvan has entered Mrs. folks and friends.
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