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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1919)
Whntnvor la necessary America will
Band. Thai waa America a pledge t#
tlio lutoralllad food rounrll. And'bw
ran an tba Amur Iran food army bud
bliliorlo tnad# Rooil ilia«' took boart
ami waul forward.
A OtrrniB Otel.
R«th*rl W ll»rn|p, p rn liln l of the
Now York lUpubllren club, Miti tu.
PAY THE CH ARG ES
“It’o n rimm I IhliiR to wrllo ■ »inure
tlool for llttlo iiHilon« Into Iho im r t
lornio. I.Itilo mitions In ilio (mut ti, ve
, farm antarprlaa and murh aofi rora
rortnliily Rot tho ■innll m i ] of It.
“They’ve boon Irontoil, «-»i«-<-li»lly by Inrri'iiaod (Mirk supplies, food eunecr»
tit-rnmiijr, ■« Jnhblns who tn-iiu-d by Tailon lur reused export.— luiul »bip-
lU tlllliR lllll.
‘'lluttlliiR lim hormwod Jobbing
boot blsok trouser* ffoni him. nini fin n,
on una excuse or smVher. wouliln't
Rl»o tboni back. A monili pu«»e«1, mid
JobbliiR aunt mi urRont messenger lo
" 'H o muRt linvo Ihcm trouser» bni'k
today, IlMitllnK,’ onltl >tlio messenger.
'Ih''» itoliiR to h funeral.'
“ ‘Tlioy nln't nt to wi-sr to n fu-
nornl now,' miti Untiling lllll. 't'va
boon workln* In» ilio bollar aln>|> In
" ‘Oh. denrl* rm I i I tho messenger.
•What la poor Mr. JobblUR to do, thon T
“ 'I>or anld Battling Hill. ‘Why. lot
blm do tho Ranni uà I doua— borrow a
A t this season of the year the minds of
practically all of our citizens turn to
m aking a garden and the need for ga r
den tools is felt.
High Grade Garden Tools
of all descriptions, consisting of hoes,
rakes, weede/s, shovels, hand cultiva
tors, all made of the best material and
sold at the most reasonable prices.
ULLY HARDWARE CO.
S o m e w L e / e in th è V/cwi"
ibi-ri- la devclopiiient gnlpg on In l ’.H.i lliut yoii wnm lo know nhotit.
Il umy I h * 11 1 i-ilni.m ilon p rojeet, n new 1 iltilog proji-f-l. n n.-wly-dl ••
i i i v w d oli flo b l, o|M-iilnga fo r uuinufuctu rcrs, up p orltitd lleg in g in « ; 11 :
slieep. ru tile , li
borei < or olio r llvi-atoolc, or you iu; y u n n i io I.n<»
aomatblllR o f Ilio * cn ery o f Ilio W e st—-ivhnt to Ree « b e n you u io 'o r
«crii»» co lin iry on ilio nrw bl:*bwiiyn Itint uro bi-lng bullt.
“ B u H d in g th e W e st
Tho N rw W t*t Ma ««fin o te Ih» unir publication In
tin t#d H it m 4«»vo’#d aofr’jr
tu ''bulitl s y tho
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' d itMiriunl'in fu I mi fuun<l ili I j » W ü t.
It U brin/in« Ite "IfiitCiloM man U» l . 1
tr a II Ira» | tutti.'*
Amiibii tit« important auhj#«l «hat will h# rarorul’w ?rr*«M «4 wi h a e c v i j m n r ng
illuatmt'.uii« in Tho N rw W#*t - M«t;ai 1 jB 13|9 w ,[ t i>c t
Children Cry for Fletcher’s
A ln -.lc I
Amor!,-a'a ffiwxülurtJ ^im lre
0 ' ’nTrw that lJr«v«nt Am .an Div
W u l * l.am l» tn I mr lt»«U m«4 tfttcrtet)
(ü v im tho Hottirr a f'hanr«
A tirimi ur* Ihr Batte of C imr-fti
WHat Capital llrm im i» of tho Wt*t
y.tfi*i*ney «n tte Karr»»
Mäkln« 8attefi#4 Kar mora
fttat« A *4 for Im1u.tr al ftevalupmoat
Hand K umì « alni Distribution
l' h Moro Valuabic than ( r !.l
fifone« of Impotiiu Grandeur
T Ha Unii
Itrrrnt A U an Minino Dtvaluiaa ut
Advrnturna in Wunder . » ìh I
Am rrkan Attract oni va. I.propoan liattiof.oida
Hnokin« H‘-a»i»jr Inatmd of Hutna
Kluildin« National Highway«
The K ind Yon Have A lw ays Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and bas been inode under Ills per
sonal supervision since Its infancy.
A llow no one to deceive you in this.
A ll Counterfeits, Imitations and “ «Tust-os-good ” are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the lumlth of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
D e v e lo p in g H o m e In d u stri ‘ i
Tho o»*a#rvanre of “ Waetorn Conaucnora Week." which originated with Th# K«*v
Wool Ma«aaine ata poors a
will be carried o i l on a largtr eralo than ever is I j
tho •froml week in April be n* Iho rrgu'.ar da's rb a e n
During thi» wrek a” '
people of the Weat —and eepee ally tho women -will be *»ked to «all for a**
Weetern mad# goods. and retail merchant» wilt maka special dteplaya of 1
maaufaaturcd in tho Woat.
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It Is pleasant. It
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WHO SAYS IT?
Who saya man ara free
While the bugler'e foolish tuae
Pipes the revellleT
“Right dress! “— hear tha sergeant
From Malm across to Dover;
Tell me who the bell It wus
Said tha war “wae overt”
Cleaning up a maaa of wire.
Stained with clotted blood
Where the big trucks bog and mire
In the winter mud;
Pull of fllth and flea* and fuit—
Cannoneer and drovar,
Tell me who the fat-head wus
Said tha war “waa overt"
— Orantland Rice.
Nsnttlng a gudden cell to Johi for
American women In South America,
the New York City Y. W. C. A. hat
opened Foreign Trsdo courses. Includ
ing claHsea In shipping, filing orders,
trade acceplancee, tariff, consular In
voices, document!. Insurance, mall or
der trade and other lines o f Interna
tional work hitherto le ft mostly to
men. These classes are designed to
im-et after-war needs.
South America Is receiving particu
lar attention ns the Y. W. (!. A. la In
formed o f new Jobs that ace opening
In the southern countries. Many glrln
In New York wlio combine a desire to
ere the world with a craving for flnan-
rtul Independence sre registering with
(In' expectation of going there to gel
IMC'Ittons when their courses la tralu-
jag are completed.
Y ou look hag
T h e trouble is with your liver. T a k e
Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets. T h e y *
will correct that.
T hen avoid meats, hot bread
and hot cakes, take frequent baths and a long walk
every day, and you w ill soon be as well and as
beautiful as ever.
Price 25 cents per bottle.
Have you ever beard this?
“M y baking powder," says the
smooth solicitor, “costs less than
* Royal.” ‘
B ut he omits to say that it often
leaves a bitter taste, that food made
w ith it is likely to stale in a day and
that it contains alum, which is con
demned by m any medical authorities
for use in food.
England and France prohibit the
sale of alum baking powders.
Ford cars have become such a world
utility that it would almost seem as if
every family ought to have its Ford car.
Runabout, Touring Car, Coupe, Sedan,
(the two latter have enclosed bodies),
and the Truck Chassis, have really become
a part and parcel o f human life. You
waut one because its service will be
profitable for you. We solicit your order
at once because, while production is
limited, it will I>e first come, first
WogKlnn through th« mud of
Camping In the rain;
Hiking In a freiten trance
Down aome Oerman plain;
“Fall In !"— hear the sergeant yell.
Far from borne and clover;
Tell me, who the belly hell
Said the war "was over?"
Your eyes are losing their
i Bears the Signature o f
T o w n ........................................... .
gard and yellow.
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