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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1919)
T he STAYTON MAIL
Chas. S. Clark, Editor and Proprietor
Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year in Advance
Advertising Hates Made Known Upon Application
MT. PLEASANT ITEMS
ranch near Silver Creek Falls
Mr*. Henry Frank visited at this week.
the Albert Frank home Wednes
Miss Mablo Frank who la at
tending school in Stayton spent
Mr. Ed. Jaeoba spent Sunday the week end with her parent*.
Automobiles in this vicinity
Mr. and Mr*. Charley Semane are very busy chugging over
of Portland, motored to the John these road*.
But we all h^ve
Huber home Sunday.
the brightest o f hopea for gome
Pete Laux returned to the good road* to he built this spring at the F. M. Fresh home.
Marvin, Edith and Helen Kres
Henry Senx home Sunday, he aa it is in good progress at no^.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frank and called at the K. C. Downing
was recently discharged from
David Aegcrtsr, Jr., was wen children *i>ent Sunday afternoon home Sunday afternoon.
Camp*Lewia. He spent several strolling up Kloer's lane at a with his brother Albert.
months over seas.
late hour Sunday evening.
Henry I>ang und W. H. Down
W. R. Ray and w ife returned
from a week’s visit at Pendle
F. M. Fresh lost one o f his
Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Stayton, Marion ton.
County. Oregon, under the Act o f Congress o f March 3, 1879.“
Mrs. George Freetag and son work horses this week.
of Thomns, Mrs. M. F. Ryan and
Miss Hose Amort is visiting at
the Misses Nettie. Sophia and the C. J. Hunt home this week.
Address all Communications to The Stayton Mail
Alice Eberheardt weiy Sunday
W. H. Downing was transact
visitors at Lee Downing's.
ing business in the capitol city
130 M iles o f Roads
Miss Hazel Lambert o f Leban Friday.
highway at Manning's corner run
on visited over Sunday with home
ning east 3 miles.
Mr. and Mrs. Doefler and chil
G ervals-Paciflc highway. 1-4 mile.
dren were Salem visitors Thurs
Beginning at the east city limits of
Mrs. Roxie Shank anti daugh day.
Gervais. runaP'g ea^*. to the Pacific
ter Grace, spent Sunday at H.
highway, one fourth mile.
Mr. John Hamman and Mr.
Brooks-Pacific highway one-fourth
Henry Frank attended the sale
mile. Beginning at the e; st city lim
Miss Nellie Nygren spent the
its c f Brooks, ruunirg east to the Each Pacific Coast St its to
week end with home folks at A l
Pacific highway, one fourth mile.
Get at Least One Tank to
Salem-Wheatland. 5 miles. Begin
A id Fifth Drive
ning at the end o f tho present com
Mrs. Arnold Senz and daugh
pleted pavement, running north 5
Florence, Emil Tony and
Twelve ‘ anks which have been as '
Laux went to Albany Sat
Salem-Silverton. 9 miles.
District lor use during the Victory urday to meet their brother Pete.
ning at the end of tho preaeut pave
Represented by T ie
n WAR T A W S
Liberty 1-oan drive opening April 21
have been assigned to tbe seven states
Mrs. Roxie Shank and daugh
in the district so that each state In ters attended the lecture given
tbe district will get at least one of the
tanks to display during the canvialgn | by Mr. Ford at Stayton Friday-
Tbe tanks bare been ass gned as fol evening.
fw o to Washington, one to
A number o f youog people
Oregon, one to Idaho, one to Utah
rne to Nevada, two to Northern Cali were entertained at
fomla and two to Southern California Eberheardt home Sunday eve.
and Arizona Tbe remaining two tanks
a.'e to be carried o- special troifhy
trains which will tour tbe dts-.rict.
Tank* in Share Battle
Veterans of the American Expedl
tionary Forces who have Been nctual
service In France will be the drivers
of the tanks during the campaign. Be
fore being distributed throughout the
district for the opecing of the cam
p&ign the taftks will .>aradt in San
Francisco and give a sham battle.
All of the tanks are being shipped
from the Fast direct to Fan Francisco
They are due to arrive there about
April 6 when they will be taken to a
four acre tract near the Southern Pa
eifle freight yards and assembled by
the men who are lo drive ‘ hem. Each
of the tanks will be armed with a
Marlin machine gun or 37 M.M. smoke
bombs with special pUtnls and lights.
H E R E i3 a great
Display of War Relics
In addition to the tanks the s|>ecial
deal of difference
trophy trains will ear y a couplets
and you will
display of relics which have been
want those that fit
gathered on the battlefields of France
and which have been dipped back lo
the best, are the best
this country since the signing of the
styles and designs,
armistice. Accompanying each ol the
are the most comfort
trains will be an Atneiiran war hero
who will speak for the t ietory Loan.
able, yet economical
One of th- trains will tour *te North
west and the other will travel through
Brown all kid. French C Q P f l
California and tbe Southwest.
heels, at $12.00 to
O .J V
ment. running east through Howell
prairie over the north route via Be-
Sclem— Pratum. 2 1-2 mtles. Be
ginning at the er.rt limits of Salem
at Market street, running east on
the Salem Pratum road 2 1-2 miles.
Salem— Geer. 4 1-2 miles Begin
ning at the Red Barn corner on the
Ralem-Stayton road, running east to
Geer four and one half miles.
Salein-Macleay. 12 miles. Begin
ning at Durban's corner on the Sal-
em-Stayton road, thence east through
Maclecy to Shew; thence east from
Shaw to a point one mile west o f the
Salem-Staytdn. 17 d-4 miles. Be
ginning at the east city limits o f Sa
lem at the penitentiary,
southeast via Cottage farm. Tuber
cular sanitarium and reform school
to the north city limits o f Turner,
tbence east beginning at the east city
limits o f Turner
to the west city
limits o f Aumsville; thence running
east beginning at the east city limits
o f Aumsville to the west city limits
o f Sublimity; thence beginning at
the south city limits o f Sublimity
south to the north city limits o f
Stayton; thence east toward Mehama
two mile?, beginning at the east city
limits o f Stayton.
Turner-Marion. 7 miles.
ning at the south limits o f Turner
running south to the north limits
o f Marion.
bridge, 2 jniles.
Beginning at the south limits of Jef
Salem-Livesly. 3 mile3. Beginning
at the south city limits of Salem,
Tunning southT7-st to Livesly sta
tion. three mile3.
Liberty-Rosedale. 2 miles.
ginning at the south end o f the
pavement to be constructed by the
Liberty district, south two miles to
OF LIBERTY BONDS
Indefinite Extension of Time
Granted by Secretary Glass
on Earlier Loars.
WOMEN AND MONEY
The privilege oi converting Liberty
ixran bonds of tbe first and second
issues into bonds or the later issues
bearing a higher rate of Interest which
expired November 9. 1918, has been
reopened by the secretary of the tieas
, ury for an indefinite period, which may
be ended at such date a? may be fixed
by tbe secretary on six months' public
This conversion privilege
applies to 4 per cent bonds of the first
and second issues into. 4 Vi per cent
j The conversion may be made by sur
rendering the bonds no-- held to the
Federal Reserve Hank at San Fran
cisco, accompanied by a "request for
conversion." on an application blank
j which will be mailed from the Federal
■y Chancellor James R. Day, Syracuse
The balance which self denial holds
In the borne ia the .-alance of pros
perity and peace. Here woman has
her place and office, is she equal to
■elf denial? Can she wait?
There is nothing so persuasive, so
Irresistible, as the love of a man for
the wife whom he loves. No money
Is spent with so much joy as the money
that goes to her and the children.
Happy ia that man whose wife loves
him too much to permi' him to be fool
ish when he should be wise, who la so
fudiclal in her temperament, so prudent
In her domestic economy, as to add her
decisive voice to the month's allow
ance. and so brave as to insist that
Don't thfnk you have sacrificed oe 1
the expenditure must always be at
least a little less than the Income. 8he I cause you may bp paying for your in
terest-bearing Fourth Liberty l,oan
ought to say:
"1 am not seeking o- consenting to Bonds. These fellows back from Franee
support. There will be two of ua. If , legless. artnleSK or sightless don't think
I cannot earn as much as you. I can they have sacrificed They simply
•are more. We will plan together. I think they did their duty.
will be the home side of your life.”
Since Chancellor Day uttered those
The Victory Ixjan coming in April1'
words the United States government is the last Liberty I»a n . Tuen the ¡
has made it possible for the wife to war is over for yo i. It will he still
“ add her decisive voice to the month's going on for 1,000.000 Americana in
allowance.” War Savings Stamps Is France
B R IT IS H T H R IF T
The British War Pavnus Committee
has become a permanent Institution In
England and the following declaration !
has been issued explaining tbe English j
attitude toward thrift:
“ Quite as Important, both sa a
•ource of revenue and as a social
movement, Is tbe restraint of luxury,
and growth of economy and simplicity
Of life among tbe well-to-do. Other
wise goods and cervices will be wast-
«•*. War saving applies to ail classes, !
and appeals to ail incomes.”
A jolly good time was had by all. near Aumsville Thursday.
Brown, all kid. Cuban
heels, finest a t........
Other brown«, all kid
also cloth tops, at
prices or down to $6
Beautiful blacks, all
kid or cloth tops,
from $9.50 down to..
(• A n
D .U U
Juke and George Schmitt and
Lou Doerfier went to the Schmitt
C A S T O R IA
For Infants and Children
In U$e For Over 30 Yoai i
8UU of Ohio, City of Toledo,
l.uou County, aa.
Flunk J. Ch.n«y makes oath that ha
la senior partner of tho Arm of f . J.
C h e n e y a C t . doing business In the City
ot Toledo. County and Slate aforesaid,
and lhal said Arm will nay the sum of
ONK IIONDIIKD DOU.AHS for each
and every •••«« of Catarrh t'.ut cannot he
cured bv the use of H AI.I H CATAHFUI
FKANK J. C1IKNKT.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence, this 4th day of December.
A. D ISM.
A. W OI.RABON.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken In
ternally and acts through «he I Hood on
the llucoua Hurtare« of the Mystein. Send
for testimonials, free.
r. J. CHRNEY A CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by all druggist«. He.
Hail's Family Pills for const Ipsilon.
FROM H. C RIGGS
(Continued from lust week)
time we would hit the ground.
We carry a complete line of
+ + + + 4 * + ♦
Battery Repair Parts, New
Batteries fc Service Batteries
Our repair work guaran
teed lo stand up.
Willard Wuod insulated
batteries are guaranteed
absolutely for one year.
Rubber Thread insulation
for a year and a half.
t Wool and Mohair t
Auto Electric Shop
DEGGEA BU RRELL
418 Court Street.
* • * ' ♦ ♦
Bring your Wool and Mohairfto the
Woolen Mills. We will pay you the
Highest Price for same. Net cash
O reg o n
The only exclusive battery
shop in Mnrion county.
Expert Lightiug and Starting
•fr Wool Sacks 5 0 c each* 'M o h a ir sacks 15c *
w x t. n a a ic M C W P — m i— ¿Bataa-ams». .n r « . — ¿
Royal Worcester Corsets
V E R Y woman who likes to
appear w ell dressed knows
the importance of a good figure.
Th e fashionable charm of your
outer apparel depends upon the
graceful pose, erect carriage of
youthful lines of your figure.
Keep your figure youthful by
wearing Royal Worcester Cursets
In Our Complete Stock
of Royal Worcester
Corsets you w ill find
the right model for
yo u r particular type
D O L L S CASH STO RE
M odish Pum ps
Black or Browns. Kids,
French or Military
heels, $7, $6.50, $6 i r
on down to .............
'V V / s'V
ONLY FORD PARTS USEO
In R epair W ork
O U R P R IC E S A R E R E A S O N A B L E
C/4LL O U R W O R K IS G U A R A N T E E D
Frank & Staab, Prep’ s.
The farmers in this vicinity days ut 8:30 a. m.
lfev. Fr. I mi nek. Pastor
are nearly all through seeding
and are waiting for a rain to
finish their summer fullow.
Also fine -nes for Misses
—sizes 11 to 2,in black
Deidrich Garrags Open for Business
ALL KINDS OF FORD REPAIRING.
Service* 2nd 4th anti fith Sun
M ARKET PRICE FOR PRODUCE
f J .ffO
Brown Calf or Kid.
$7.50 down to ..........
St. Marys Church
C w iW * m b u n i 1» it
Lovely O xfords
In Patent or Kid, in
blacks at $6.50 and
down t o ................
ing were Stayton callers Wed
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B lig h T h e a tre
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