The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, April 03, 1919, Image 2

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    REO CROSS GIFTS
$ 400 , 000,000
W a r Council on Retirement
nounce«
'
An­
Cash and Supplies
Contribuí edL
WORKERS WILL “ CARRY OR/
ri«« ai« S kuhh in w*ria wie« man.
H. V. Oavlaan HaaSa Intamatlanal
A mar lean
ft*a
Cr*os Commi •*.*«.
Or. Livingston FarranS Farmanant
Laadar af Paaca OrQan.iatlon.
Washington.— (S p a la i.)— Hrnry P.
Davison aa chairman Issue* the follow ­
ing statement on behalf o f tha War
Oounell o f the American Red Croas:
“ T o the American People:
•The W ar Council o f the American
Red Croa* appointed by President Wlh
won on May 10, i»iT , to cmrry on th*
work o f the American Red Cross dur-
In f the war, at their request and by
eote o f the Central Committee, ceased
at midnight, February 28
“ Immediately the armistice was
signed the W ar Council Instituted
studies to determine when the strict­
ly war work o f the organlxatlon would
have been sufficiently matured to en­
able the direction o f affairs to be
aumed by the permanent staff. Henry
P. Davison, being In Paris when the
armistice was signed, summoned a
conference there o f the heads o f ail
the Red Cross Commissions In Europe
to canvass the situation. A fte r con­
sidering all the factors It was con­
cluded to make the transition on
March 1. The very fortunate choice
• f Dr. L iv iq ^ ro n Farrand as the new
chairman o f the Central Committee,
and thereby the permanent chief ex­
ecutive o f the Red Gross makes possi­
ble th econ sum [nation o f this plaD un­
der the most favorable conditions
Accounts Audited by W ar Department.
“ Detailed reports to Congress and a
complete audit o f Its accounts by the
W a r Department will constitute the
final record o f Red tfross activity dur­
ing the war. Although It has been
the rule to make-public all expendl-
wh; n *u' horl~? •nd *•
dt
KITTEN THEM COMFORT KIT
Kobe* to At h*Kc
•man
Commencing on April first,
1919, the blacksmith shops of
Miasler A Taylor and Wm. A.
Cladek. of Stayton. Oregon, will
be run on a cash basis. This is
deemed necessary on account of
our having to pay cash and high
prices for material and help.
Oroetara
MvM H m
Mofdaraoa
O v «H m M
H um »
BiwttfM
Tm M
A l B m v i M n , H i m » » C t e l N »
Thierry i d W m e g I M about I n
(echos o f gray kitlau that could tall
■uch If It could ipuah.
Thle ktttau v u tbo “ Raima” bo>
ta u t tbe'Oenaaoa wbe
aa« tha
American* who dlepoeeeeerd them It
w m tha aoly creature tha America a*
Measier A Taylor.
raw alive wtwa they marched alngtag
lato I ha tawa after the Uenuaaa pot-
W. A. Cladek.
aoaatf tha walla. Are« their amiuuatttoa
damps. and auileety departed.
Tha kitten, whan 1 Orat aaw I t waa
playing about la tha eun al the three-
bold of a ruined bat. The body of a
dead German sprawled at iny feet, half
burled In eplloteraof timber. Chloride
of Urn# lay like drifted enow on Me
The following information is cheat, and la tbe dotted wltllcneaa
wanted: names, locations, capa­ waa hla briar-wood pipe, which I twice
city, and superintendents or man­ picked up and twice put down ere ile
riding not to take It. The bottom of
• N» »»AS«'««
Whal Clemeneeau 8a!d.
Thle la alveo me as tha truth af
whal IL FlemencMu aald «b e o tha
draft af l'realdent Wìlaou'a originai
note alth thè M palata waa haaded la
hla». He aald : “Quatorse patatai Mala
cala c'eat uà paa fori—la bon DI su
n'en avalt qua din.” ( Tourteso polatat
But that la a Utile ina stroag— tbe
■and Uod had oaly tea.“ »
■*s*
vVCO D F O R S A L E
We Deliver any Place
Apply to
e. PETERSON
Interested.
“ DM you see hew that conjurer took
the rabbit from tha hat V
“ Hope. I triad hard la ra te « os,
■on it would help reduce the coat o f
I r i n g :Leutsvllle OourieisJearuaL
ST A Y T O N , OREGON
INFORMATION WANTED.
Extra Special
agers o f all institutions, public or
private; equipped fo r the care of
the sick, in Marion or Polk Coun­
ties. Call 1500, or address Will-
amette Chapter, A. R. C.. Salem,
the door of the houee allow ed a Jagged
rent, aa though a rifle-butt liinl itaahed
It In. and It wns besmeared with hioed.
Inside tbe door was a mass of
tousled straw where Bochea had sta­
bled. Tbe houae waa dlstnantti-d Tin
Q regon .
clothing o f women lay torn and scat­
tered.
The kitten crawled between tbe top
o f my gus tuask (hung In tbe “a I rete"
position beneath my chin), and the
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE
brim o f my "steel Stetson" and purred
like a watchman's rattle.
Its eyaa
Notice is hereby given thstthe grew bland ami yel)pw as Istnuo ram
dy bahlnd a simp window.
undersigned hss been duly ap-
While I made small talk to the kit­
pointed by the County Court of ten. our artillery planted to right and
the State of Oregon for the left was roaring skyward at an angle
o f 80 degrees. T h e concussion of the
County of Marion as Executor of battery threatened la lift the miser­
the Last Will and Testament o f ( able house from Its underpinnings
James Walker, deceased, and Tbe window fram e* Jumped half an
Inch at every detonation. The glaaa
that he has duly qualified as such: had long ago given way to burtnp or
Executor. All persons having to nothing
claims against the estate o f said i And aUli tbe kitten purred and pah
tad a bit o f paper dangling from a
decedent are hereby notified to string,
careless aa a bobolink. “ Every
present the same, duly verified, time I took at tbe little creature.“ con­
to me at my home 24 miles south fessed a stretcher bearer from tbe
of Aumsville. in Marion County, ■ teeming dressing »tattoo round the
earner, “ it makes a lamp coma In my
Oregon, within six months from th ro a t“
“ Don't you want to taka It boms
the date sf this notice.
Dated in Aumsville in Marion with you V suggested a lieutenant.
But I hadn't the heart to deprive
County, Oregon, this 25th day of those m e« o f tha solace o f Its p re *
February. 1919,
James T. Walker.
,
,
Executor of the Last
111 8nd
Testament of
tailed Information relative to all work
undertaken, the W ar Council In turn-
Ing over its responsibilities to Dr. Far-
fand and his associates desire to give
James Walker, deceased.
a brief resume o f Red Cross war time
activities to the American people, to
First publication, 3-6-1919.
whom the Red Cross^telong, and whose
Last publication, 4-3-1919.
generous contributions have made poa- I
Sible all that has been accomplished.
“ During the past nearly twenty-one
months the American people have
given in cash and supplies to the
American Red Cross more than S400,-
000,000. No value can be placed upon
the contributions o f service which
* hare been given without stint and o f­
For Sale 10 six weeks old pigs.
tentimes at great sacrifice by million«
Ed Tate, phone 1728, Sublimity,
o f our people.
“ The effort o f the American Red Oregon.
Cross in this war has constituted by
fa r the largest voluntary gifts o f
LOST:—one heifer, no marks
money, o f hand and heart, ever con­
but is red colored with wnitc
tributed purely for the relief o f hu­
man suffering. Through the Red Cross I
spots, weights 500 lbs. Pleasi
the heart ami spirit o f the whole
notify S. P. Matheny, Sublimi­
American people have been mobilised
ty, Ore., Route 1, Box 58.
to take care o f our own, to relieve the
misery incident to the war, and also
to revenl to the world the supreme
FOR TR AD E -1150 lbs., sound
Ideals o f our national life,
“ Everyone who has had any part In and gentle mare.
Will trade for
this war effort o f the Red Cross Is rn
good milk cow.
B. F. Fresh
titled to congratulate himself.
No
Stayton Phone
Stayton
thanks from anyone could be equal in
value to the self satisfaction every­
one should feel for tlie part taken.
Fully 8,000.000 American women have FOR S A L E —No. 1 milk cow.
exerted themselves In Red Cross serv­ Apply to John Mielke, Stayton,
ice.
T 1 E L B E R Fitall Bags and
J 3 Suit Cases urc made
of the finest materials
throughout. In addition to
all the usual pacldnj space
of cn ordinary bug or suit
case they have the added
feature of a patented ad­
justable strap thut holds
your own toiiet accessories
ecurely and conveniently.
We carry them in n. v/ide
variety of styles at reason­
able prices. Come in und let
us demonstrate their super-
iority.
II
GENUINE LEATHER HANDBAG
IN 16 AND 18 INCH.
MADE
IN BLACK.
WITH GENUINE
LEATHER LINING.
1 7.85
Special
$18.00 Hag n o w ....
$17.00 trunk now . .
13.80
$14.00 trunk now
•
$ 9.00 trunk now...
11.85
$ 8.00 Suit Case ....
5.90
$ 5.00 Suit Case
3.80
$26.00 Bag now .. .
19.80
$ 3.00 Suit Case....
1.95
Crude In
6.75
Oregon
Salon
Oregon
It waa their comfort ktt.- Stara and
Strlpea.
Diamonds, Watches
and Jewelry
'
CLASSIFIED ADS. Y
Has Over 17,000,000 Adult Members.
"When we entered the war the
American Red Cross had about 500 000
fnemt>ers. Today, as the result o f the
recent Christmas membership Roll
Call, there are upwards o f 17.000,000
full paid members outside o f the mem
l>ers o f the Junior Red Cross, number­
ing perhaps 9,000,000 school children
additional.
‘T h e chief effort o f the Red Cross
during the war has been to care for
our men In service and fo aid our
army and navy wherever the Red
Cross may be called on to assist. As
to this phase o f the work Surgeon Gen­
eral Ireland o f the U. S. Army recent­
ly said: T h e Red Cross has been an
enterprise as vast as the war Itself
From the beginning It has done those
things which the Army Medical Corps
wanted done, but could not do Itself.'
“ The Red Cross endeavor In France
lias naturally been upon an exception­
ally large scale where service has
been rendered to the American Army
and to the. French Army and the
French people as well, the latter par­
ticularly during the trying period
when the Allied World was waiting
fo r the American Army to arise In
force and power. Hospital emergency
service for our army In France has
greatly diminished, hut the Red Cross
I* still being called upon for service
upon a large scale in {he gnat! ba«e
hospitals where thousands o f A rue r I
can sick nnd wounded are still recelv
Ing attention
Al these hospitals the
Red Cross supplies huts and facilities
fo r the amusement and recrea ion o f
the tnen as they become convalescent
Our Army o f Occupation In Germany
was followed with Medical units pre­
pared to render the same emergency
aid and supply service which wns the
prim ary business o f the Red Cross
during hostilities. The Army Canteen
gervtce along the lines o f travel has
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Oregon.
tf
OU will find in our large stock of Jewelry many com­
binations o f beautiful gems in gold and gold filled
mountings.
We carry all the different makes o f reliable Watches in
men’s pocket and ladies wrist watches.
We specialize in Diamonds —if you are going to buy a
Diamond do not fail to see our large display of these beauti­
ful gems.
Everything we sell is guaranteed exactly as represented.
B£ JI/-RE A A ®
FOR S A L E —One four year old
horse, well broke.
One double
disc drill. C. J. Ruettgera, Route
2, Scio. Phone 1015.
March 20
JEW ELERS A N D O P T IC IA N S
N. W . Corner State and Liberty Sts.
Wanted Old incubator. Hot
water heated preferred. 150-egg
or larger.
Phone 10242
H, R. Shank,
Route 1
Scio, Oregon
For Sale White Pekin duck
eggs. $1 a setting of ten eggs.
2t
Mrs. J. E. Yeoman,
Phore 287
Stayton, Oregon.
FARM WANTED '
I have a client with a modern
California residence to trade on
Oregon farm, and will assume
mortgage or pay cash difference.
Geo. A. Smith, Stayton, Oyegon,
Mch. 13
I
Salem, Oregon
GEM C O N F E C T IO N E R Y
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
Stayton,
For Sale—White Leghorn baby
chicks for March, April and May
at 124c each and eggs for hatch­
ing at $6.00 a hundred after Feb­
ruary * 20th. C. Boone, Aums- j
ville, Oregon.
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4—9
STOKE,
H A R T Ai AN BROS. CO.
First Class Confections.
FOR S A L E —Oak posts. Three
and a half miles south of Stayton.
Sam Bass. Stayton.
2t
V/J/r O l/ 'R
Ü ou’re old
Oregon
XT'
enough to know\
better.’saysHc
‘ ‘ F ig u re the real dinary plug backed
tobacco satisfaction oft’ the m ap.”
you get out o f a Good Usts, emaller chew,
longer life Is whst mskevGen­
small chew o f genu­ uine Grsvaly cost less to chew
ine tobacco and the then ordinary pluf.
Writt to:—
w ay it lasts—and
G e n u in e G r av e ly
good old G r a v e ly
DANVILLE. VA.
for hovhlrt OH ch tw in i pint
has got yo u r o r ­
Peyton Brand
REAL CHEWING PLU G
Plug packed in pouch.
{
9.80
Your Old Goods
E. L. STIFF & SON
Salem
14.80
$12.00 Bag now
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*
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Salem, Ore.