The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, October 03, 1918, Image 8

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A letter from Francis Hoereth.
II
written ftlxwnl ship, on Aug. 22,
a few hours after sailing from
Mrs. Mary Allen visited Sil- N e w York, says that he was on
IN T R A D E
his way overseas. He wished to
verton friends last week.
FRESH
EGGS 50c DOZEN
be remembered to his friends
Miss Maryan Alexander is vis­
here.
Plenty of Mason quart Fruit Jars left
iting Portland relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Schaefer
also pints. large and small
Mrs F. F. Foster is visiting
and son. Cecil, spent Sunday
friends near Portland.
Crocks,
1 gal to 30 gal., prices right
motoring on the Pacific High­
Dave Whoey and wife, of Mill way. in company with Mr. and
W e have a few B o y ’s O vescoats
City, were Stayton visitors Sat­ Mrs F 0.. Schaefer and family.
left, size 5 to Ifi at the
urday.
of Portland.
OLL PRICE
Mrs. Allie Thompson, o f L ook , G|en Munkers wa3 home for
Reach, Calif, is visiting her sis­ an over , ,iday visit with home
B uy them n ow and save m oney
1 M * S t O R I T H A T U N O r K » r H . » M l C A U l l IT • ( t l * I'O H C A * N
ter. Mrs. J. R. Miller.
folks. Glen is located at Ameri
M en 's Rubbers, all sizes at last
Chas. Gehlen has purchased ¡can l.ake with the colors
the Joe d eck er property in the is engaged in clerical work for
y e a r’s prices
west part of town.
I the government.
NOBODY UNDERSELLS US
Geo Clow and wife, of Mill
Mrs. J. K. Miller received
ESTABLISHED 15 YEARS
City, spent Sunday ir Stayton telegram Tuesday stating that
G EM C O N F E C T IO N E R Y
with friends.
Grain Lake had been accidental-)
First Class Confections.
H igh G rade Pure Candies
Mrs. Geo. Boedigheimer is as- |y killed at his home in Watson-
sisting in the postoffice during ville. Calif. Mrs. I.ake is a sis- | ]
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Fine Uigurs and T o b a c c o
theabsenceof Miss Alexander, ter of Mrs. Miller and Mr. Lake
I
B. A. Schafer and family was a son of Mrs. Matilda Lake,
Hot and Cold Fountain Drinks
spent a few days visiting friends east of town.
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All Prices and Style Box Candy
and relatives at Salem last week.
Ralph Tate and
Kenneth
Jeff Thomas, o f Potter, spent Thomas decided last week that
Sunday here renewing old ac- they wanted to see some of th*
quaintances.
eastern part of our thriving!
Stayton.
O re co n
John Gehlen was here from state, and alter taking in the
Portland for an over Sunday vis- last cays of the State hair hied
it with his brother Chas. and themselves to Eastern Oregon,
family. He returned Monday.
L. A. Thomas returned from
T I R E S
0. M. Baker, of Kingston, re- Mill City Monday, where he has j (
RETREADING AND REPAIR WORK
ports the sale o f a new’ Chevro- been for some time doing the
let to Flovd Monroe, of Gooch.
painting and decorating in the
219 N. C O M 'L ST..
SALEM. ORE
Miss Amelia Glover is spend- new addition of the Hammond!
ing a couple of weeks here with Lumber Company’ s office at
her sister Rae, at the L. S. Lam­ that place.
NOTICE
FOR SALK Three head of
The hunting season opened on
bert home.
driving horses, four, three and
Mrs. Ficklyn. chief operator I Tuesday, the first of the month.. No hunting w ill be allowed on
There seem to be plenty of birds the premises o f W. B. and VV. two years old.
Also one large
at the Saayton Telephone office,
this
year
and
the
local
nimrods
!
Several
cows and
Persons
caught
farm
horse,
Munkers.
A. Cutters, Loggers and Pacs
returned from her vacation in
have
been
out
in
great
numbers,
j
voung
cattle.
Will
sell
cheap or
Washington, last week.
tresspassing on these premises
At this writing w’e have not will be prosecuted to the fullest will trade for goats. Phone 206
Frank Mack apd wife have
heard of anyone of them get-; extent o f the law. W. B. Mun- or address Route 1, Box 61,
moved to Portland, w’here Mr.
ting the limit
40tf
kers and W. M. Munkers. 40-41 • Stayton. Oregon.
Mack will work in the ship
Dr.
Hobson,
who
has
been
yards.
They left Sunday for
stationed at Mable, Oregon, for
their new location.
. ..
^ some time is spending a few
days here with his parents.
the Willametie Sanitarium, is
The doctor is getting ready to
spending her vacation at home
enter the service of Uncle Sam
in Stayton.
«
and is waiting to be called.
He
Ed Forrette. who is with
was present at the Guard meet-
colors at Camp Meade, Md.. ar* ing Monday evening.
rived home last week and is en-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones and
joyirtg a short furlough.
son, Harry. Mr. and Mrs. C. A,
Father Jonas, o f Canby. Ore­
Beauceamp and Mrs. Cleveland
gon. was in Stayton for a short
motored to the peach orchards
time Monday. He autoed over j
near Albany Sunday. They re-
from M l Angel with relatives, j
port the peach crop to be rather
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Smith. ° f |siim there
iv ; ■
Port l and. were visiting at the
hor.e of J. R. Miller in Stayton. 1 Marion Hunt, who a short
time age enlisted and w as sta­
last week.
tioned at Camp Lewis, passed |
Misses Marv Rock and Marga­
through Salem Monday on his
ret Fehlen are both sick with
way to California, where he will \
diphtheria in St. Vincent’ s hos- , .
. . . .
pital, Portland.
Report is that t?ke special training at one of
they are doing nicely.
the train,n* camps'
Mr. and Mrs. Wade McKennev
J- A- Hendershott has opened
o f Portland and Mr. and Mrs. a restaurant in connection with
W. L. McKenney of Salem visit- his confectionery. He has taken
ed at the home o f ye editor Mon- ou^ the partition between his
day of this week.
place and the old postoffice, mak-
J. A. Hendershott has just re-
his place larger. He will be
ceived a nice line of novels by r1eadv Fr'day to serve short or*
the best authors. You will find ( era at a 1 our8.
’ X to-day’s eager ru.-h for men thrre
Mrs. W. C. Parry, who has
your favorite book at his place.
is a tendency on the part of em­
Mrs. Cleveland, of Medford, been visiting at the Alexauder
ployers to call for workers before
the jobs are ready. This has resulted
Oregon, arrived in Stayton for home for the past two weeks,
in loss of time and money to workmen,
returned
to
her
home
at
Vancou­
an extended visit with her
and has crippled im­
ver
Saturday.
She
was
accom­
daughter, Mrs. Jack Jones.
portant war industries.
panied by her sister. Miss Mary­
President’« Statement
Clarence Beauchamp and w’ife
The Government urges
an Alexander, who will visit
In occasional instances
every man now em­
and Jack Jones went to Halsey
* In d u rr/ p lrp
««•'*«! »! »''J
friends at Portland.
honorable a roi** in t hi a ~reat struggi?
workers h a v e b e e n
ployed in useful wo;!c
Tuesday, where they spent the
as do ou r m ilitary arm am ent*
We
drawn from all over the
to stick to his job.
all recognize th« tru th of t!ii«, but
D.
B.
Hill,
of
Mill
City,
was
in
day in hunting pheasants.
• *r m uti alto *f« ‘ta necessary in.-
country, and then be­
Shifting about is costly
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X
ions
—
namely,
th
a
,
industry,
town last Thusrday enroute to
doing a vital ta*k for the n .ic un.
cause t h e employers
to all. Dut if a man is
Miss Bessie Clow, who is
must rereive the atipport and as­
the last days o f the State Fair,
had been premature in
out of work, or ii lia
sistance of the n atio n .”
working for the Rural Spirit Mr. Hill was also looking for
t h e i r recruiting, they
feels that a change in
Publishing Co., o f Portland, was
had to tell the men—
"T h erefore, I solemnly urge all
employment is neces­
men to work in the mill, and
employer* enraged in w ar work to
home for an over Sundav visit
'AVe may need you next
sary, he is urged to con­
refrain after A ugust 1 st, iQiH, from
said that he might have to go as
recruiting unskilled labor in a r y
month.”
sult the U. S. Employ­
with relatives. She returned t o 1
manner e te rp t through th ii c<*n'ral
far as Portland to get them, as
ment ¡service.
oger.ry.
1 urge lafx>r to re'pond as
her work Monday morning.
loyally a t heretofore to a r y c a ll>
they are very scarce.
T o do away with this
isrtied by this a g e n c y 'fo r voluntary
enlistm ent
in
rsren tial
industry.
unnecessary shifting of
Miss Rae Glover, who has
Willig Brown. who workg for
T o win the war ¿he
And 1 a k them both alike to re-
men, the Government
Government must have
memtrer th at no sacrifice will have
been employed at the Stanton the Gooch Lumber Co., had the
l *en in vain, if we are •(>!• to
has organized the U. S.
rn.'i 'mum production in
prove beyond all question th a t t!
Hotel has resigned her Position , miafortune t„ break hig Ietf Iast
* and best form of e^ftriemy
Employment Service as
all war industries to
and has entered high school ; week> The aCci(Jent happenej
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r-'. irancoua c o -o p c ra i.o t v i a
a part of the Depart­
support our army in
free people.”
here. She enrolled on Monday | * hen a t,V(? that WJW ^
cut
ment of Labor. It has
T a m e , livery worker
W O O bR O W WZL90M.
o f this week.
Miss Rae is stay-
fel, on Mr Brovvri-g }
500 branch offices and
wants to do all he can
20,000 U. S. Public
to help. T licrefore the
mg with her aunt, Mrs. L. S ., with the above reault.
Dr>
Local News Notes
Pay 60c lb for dairy butter
All Coupons
Must be redeemed
i>y
October,
MARKETERS
General
19 th
GROCERY COMPANY
Merchandise
”i!J
î W . F. Klecker,
Stayton, Ore.
Cl Q D Ci d W i D Cl C l d C l C"
SALEM ’S
TIRE MAN
Q uack
J. A. H E N D E R S H O T T , Proprietor
United States & Pennsylvania Vacium Cup
NEW
A R R IV A L S
LADIES S H O ES -T a n s , Grays, Blacks
CHIPPEWA, Work and Logging Shoes
A.
L A N C E F IE L D S H O E S T O R E
Don’t Go to the Job Thai ‘ is n ’t There”
Lam »ert.
¡Beauchamp was called and set
Mrs. Jack Jones received a | the limb and Mr. Brown is get-
let *r from her brother, f Ictus ting along as well as could be
Hoit, which was written on expected under the cmcumstanc-
S-
3rd, in France. Cletus left e8
New Y'orx on the 5th o f August
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Noiice to the Ladies
and this is the first word the
fam iy have had from him since
My ol 1 customers will please
he sailed.
He was bookkeeper take notice that 1 will not do any
for the Stan lard Oil Fo., o f Al- more dress making until further
bany, and is in the lo7th Inf., notice.
40 Div.
1
Mrs. B. A. Schaefer.
Service Enrollment Agents covering the
United States. It has definite knowl-
edge of all manufacturing conditions
snd labor requirements the country over,
use of the U. S. Employment Service,
when seeking employment, i s a patriotic
service and duty. Always make use o f
nearest office or agent.
U n i t e d \m ) S t a t e d
E.nplcyr., nt Service
U S D r c .^ U a
WBVAfemScejt
Ths% mév^rUammmnt p r ep a red far tira rtf t h e Dr pa r hne.n f n t L a hor
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B y t h i D iv is io n o f A d v e r t is Inn o f th e C o m m i t f s * on P u h iic fn f o r m o t io n
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Salem Woolen Mills Store