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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1919)
H. A. BEAUCHAMP,M.D.
LET T ER S W ORK
BONELESS B EEF
Y. W. G. A. PROMOTES
FO R V IC TO R Y
SAVES U . S. ARM Y
LIB ER T Y L O A N
$73,000 D A ILY
Cable the Peace Conference
Oead American Family.
Thirl) yrnra ngo a girl carne to Ulte
America's praitltca la at staka In
Physician and Surgaan
tha nomine victory IJbcrty l.oan Tho «mtnfry from ltii»«ln to merry Tcul»
*y«a of iho world nr« fined uimn na Fleshnei in Inunlgrent fren ijp* anni»
OREGON Thn natlona of th« world i r t going io connlry. They aettled In Fnefo'dleUI.
Yours for the Victory Loss.
rata ua on 0>i» last effort. It la right Mnae., end when the United Mirice en
A p orniiient buklriesa man of 8L
that they abould ,'udgo ua, nAt by tered the war they had f«>nr eon*, the War Department Cuts Ex l-oiils baa suggested that If »11 bualneia
Will Send Industrial Commission
All o f them enterici the
what wa do In tl i hoot o f Ilia atrug oldeat 2Ü,
letter» were »Igned In this manner
pense» on Meat Shippients
gla. but by our condition after tha arm f anil the eldear haa dlatlngnlatied
the thought of the Victory Libeity
to Meet Foreign Labor
(or the A. E. F.
hi ru «e If In hallle.
Me la the young
Lg>un would be »o firmly lmpre»aed
Ona of tho beat gua mill on. of world man who. having loat an arm and an
P H Y S IC IA N A N D SU R GEO N
on everyone’s mind that It would be
pnaca for years to come would ba the eye while currying arnmonltlnn through
Thousand» or ton* ol bo no lea* beet much oasler to islae the f.VOOO.OOO.OOO
S t a y t o n , O krqon
aucceaafiil Notation of the Victory Mb elicli fire, optlinlatlcally exrinltned
wax »hipped to the Amorican K«pe I to t)« anked for by the government
Tire War Work Council o f the
arty latan for five or *1* billion dol- "I’m Mie I tick leal Jew In »he army d It Ion ary Forres In order to cut the 'beginning with the flftb drive April" Young Women’s Christian A .soclalloo
lara. Even a combination o f powera Any other man In my place would tuivr coat or transportation and aave vain ’ 21
plana to send an Industrial commission
Make your letters work for the Vic
old«-freight »pace. Thia la onljr one
Inclined to alert luioiimr war would been killed.’*— An" rleao laraellia.
o f women to England. France and Italy
healiate In tho face of auch a display
of acorea of way» In which tha gov
In April to meet prominent labor lead
ernment eliminated unnecessary ex Make the slogan "Yours for the Vic ers o f those countries with a view to
of treiiieridoua national strength.
Over 600 different type« o f huaked penae In the endeavor to make every tory Lofto.’* help put the fifth drive promoting world fellowship among wo
Every man who buya a Victory Lib
Ofllca Opp. la n ce Held Shoe Store
erty Bond neat April, moreover, will rice or tiaddy were under examination dollar ralNfd through the four popular over the top.
The commission will be made up of
Stavton, Ora be adding to tha determination with !«■» year at one of the government Liberty Ixiana go aa far a» poaalble
By »hipping all meal for the over
which America apeaka at llm Peace agricultural farma In Murmn, nnd over
Mrg Raymond Robbins, representing
There are ommnAtndly 200 lypce o f anaanmuin were grown at aeaa troop, with the tame» cut out at AMERICANS NEVER QUIT the National Women's Trade Union
going to ha inuny momenla during that another. Hitherto much o f the sassn- the packing house* In America It ha»
league o f A m erica; Mrs. Irene 4»*-
The Germane found that the Amerl
been e»tlmated thgt a Raving of 173.004)
Conference when every whit of the rnnm grown In Burma hna been ex
kood Andrews, American Association
The auggeaflon lo
(lower o f the United Male* will he (airle l in Europe, w here It la u»--d for dally wa» made
for IElixir legislation; Miss Grace
quitters. Let ua show those dough
LAW YER and NOTARY PUBLIC
needed to ahape Into acluallllca Ihoae I ho production of »he ao called “ olive »hip the meat In this economical man boys that the Americana who stayed Drake, National Consumers' lea g u e;
Ideala for which we entered the world oil" for who-h France and Italy have ner waa made by an army man aftei at home are not quitters. There la no Mrs. .lame» 8. Cushman, chairman of
Office Room No. 6, Huy HUlg.
he watched IhoiiKanda of tone go for
long been finned.
the War Work C oun cll'of the Young
ward by the old method. A carcaaa better way to do this than to bold on Women's Christian Association; Miss
of beef contalna twenty-five pound» Jt to the Liberty Bonds we have and buy • Florence .Simms, Miss Marie Wing and
S. H . H K L T / K I .
bone to every hundred poundr of meat to the limit when we are asked to Alisa Imogen« B. Ireland, secretary to
and requires twice the shipping spare. take more.
the commission, all o f the V. W. C. A.,
Carter Glass. Secretary of the
It I* with such unanswerable argu
and Miss Mary Gllaon, an authority on
merit« a» the»e that the government la Treasury, said recently:
"Our boys at the front In the service
replying to the charges that money
Mlaa Florence Mlinma aa.va In re
waa caryleavly »pent during the war of the government have never qnlt. If
gard to the commission: “The war
making necessary the calling of the you sell your Liberty Bond* you quit
has forced upon ua the bearing
at a time when the government needs
o f International relatlonahipa In all
J. M. R IN G O -
things, and our touch with women In
you quit by selling your Liberty Bonds
other countries has made us include lo
you hurt the credit o f our govern
our International thinking the Indus
Y IC TO R Y DRIVE
rnent and make It more difficult to trial life o f women. The war has
Doyou Uve “ from hand .to mouth?”
finance the war. The cost of the war
wrought ao many changes in thia that
There is a ayotem o f living w hereby |
continues until peace Is signed and
It seems a timely thing that women In
T oday may be mado to provide
our gallant boys are brought back to terested In the larger life o f our wo
Medals made from captured
for Tomorrow— thin year for
men workers should take counsel to
cannon will be awarded
next year— the prime o f
There Is no excuae foV you to sell gether and express their Interest with
by the Treasury Department to
V E T E R IN A R Y SU R GEO N
your bonds unless you are without the hope that certain minimum stand
manhooil for old agn.
volunteer workers who take
food or are to be turned out of your ards which seem essential to health
part In the Victory Libeity Loan
home. In a Liberty Bond you have and welfare among women may to»
drive for $5.000,000.000 which
safest Investment In the world agreed upon and obtained.
Calls Answered Day or N ight
will »tart April 21.
The credit of the United States, whose
Our War Work Council 1« sending
wealth la estimated at $250,000,000.000. abroad this women's commission from
medal will be the name of the
la guarantee that you will get your organizations in America directly con
worker and the service for
Thin one word tells the
money back. In the meantime your cerned with the welfare and largest
which the medal waa awarded
story. Just a little regu
money will be working for you at a life o f Industrial women.*
fair rate of Interest.
larly deposited in our savings
C. H . B R EW ER , M . D.
W . N . Pintler, D . M . D .
V. A. GOODE
FU N ER AL
D IR EC TO R
Dr. Paul Fehlen
■ SAVE •
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
departm*’ t :. ake«apleasently sur
prising showing in the yeais to come
W e are ExclutiCe Salem ¿Jgenti for Georgette "A rrow " tQlouies, $5.75. to $10.
See Window Display
TH OM AS,
Farm ers & M erchants
Fresh,Salt&Cured Meats ttiBank o f S t ly ton,Oregon
Larde Creamery Butter
Office in Rmidanca
Dr. U T T E R
No charge for examination, and
estimates willingly given.
One o f <he best equipped offices
in the valley
414 Rank o f Commerce Bldg.
New Schedale Elective Nov. 1 ’ 18
Kingston - - Stayton - - Salem
One hundred new Georgette
Waists, white, flesh and Bisque
color, made to sell at $5.50
1:45 p m
Lv Ht ay Ion Ar
Ar klnirton I.v
2:15 I» m.
» M«’«•(« Train
HOUND THI1* TICK Id'S COOD
FOR THIRTY DAYS
H o t e l
. New Coats
MRS. F R A N K L E S L E Y , PROP.
C L E A N R O O M S G O O D BEDS
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Make this your home wher> in Stayton
H a m m a n Auto Sta^e
For all occasions in the most
desirable fabrics, such as
trieotirte. gabardine, serge,
velour, covert, Bolivia and
mrxlpls, loose styles and
tailored effects: some with
plaited backs, Prices range
Fifty Taffeta and Messaline Silk
Dresses, various new styles and
Equal to $18 value
$ 2 . 95 , $ 3 . 75 , $ 4.50 « $ 5.00
and Dolmans— every new
and desirable style is repre
sented in this great show
Capes with coatee
fronts, belts and prickets—
straightline effects — some
with large shawl collars.
Alany are trimmed
braids and buttons. All the
wanted fabrics. Priced
$15 to $55
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x H E STAYTON B AK ERY
Pastor W . J. Warren
H OM E M ADE BREAD,
C A K E S A N D C O O K IE S '
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.
6:30 p. m .,
Bible class every Wednesday in
the parsonage at 7 :30 p. m ., when
we study the International lesson.
NO O RD ER TO O LA R G E
E. K R A M E R , Proprietor
Sateen Petticoats at $1.48
Rlftck and (colored Sateen and
Heatherhloom flounced petticoat-«,
#4 4 0
^ I •* t O
$5.50, $5.95, $7.50
Special $12.75 ■
Other Georgette and crepe de chine
waists, various styles and colors. Special
Special attention directed to
a group o f utility and dress
coats in excellent materials
and colors on sale.
Taffetft is the material o f most o f these petti
coats, but there are a few messalines in the lot
and some with me««»line flounces ana elastic
tops. All have full flounce«, variously gathered
ami ^hired, and some have tiny accordion-pleated
ruflles at the foot.
Other naw taffeta silk pettltoats in a splendid
assortment o f colors and sixes.
New Arrivals of Arrow Waists
Silk Petticoats at $4.25
In Georgette crepe will grace our dis
Liberty red, overseas blue, flesh
Bisque and white blouses will be shown.
Prices range from ............ $5.75 and upward
Women’ s & Misses
$15 to $65
Mo3t characteristic of the new spring
blouses is the round neckline, but it never
becomes monotonous by repition— it is
always set off in a variety o f charming
ways. Blouses o f this kind fasten in the
back or side front, leaving a front panel,
some decorated in beads, embroidery,
pin tucks, etc.
$ 35 . 37 , $ 37 . 50 , $ 39.50 & $ 42.50
We cater to the traveling public
“ By Their Necks Ye Shall Know Them”
Supremacy o f fine tailoring and perfec
tion o f tailoring is nowhere better illus
trated than in these smart models.
The materials are excellent, even to
the novelly applied buttons and braid
trimming, some with jaunty vestees.
Semi-fitting styles, box coats, Russian
blouse effects and plain modes, materials
gabardine and mixtures.
Better suits, including belted semi-
belted, box, blouse and close fitted
styles, serges, gabardine, tricotine and
o * o + o o * o o o * o o o o o t o o 0 * 0 0 0 0 * * 0 0 0 0 * * 0 0 * ♦♦
7:15 n. m.
In a Notiable Display
Suits for Women and Misses
L e s l e y
S T O R Y O F SP R IN G F A S H IO N S
New Coats, Capes
7:37 it m. I.v KinRiton Ar
H 20 "
Cot tnirr Farm
TELL T H E
T he authentic Spring Modes are now assembled here in abundance, showing an
unusual ornamentation and novelty in styles. Yet to be well dressed need not mean
to be expensively dressed as is shown in the Spring display at Salem s greatest
W OM EN S APPAREL STORE
has a large line of fancy and
staple groceries, canned goods,
smoked meats. In fact ev
erything you will find in a
first-class Merchandise store
is to be found here at prices
that are right!
Salem’s Greatest Women’s Apparel Store
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New S u its, C o ats, Dolm ans, Capes and Dresses
OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT
Phone Main 006
W e carry a large line of
dry goods, shoes, notions,
gents’ furnishings, hats,
caps and rubber goods, etc.
Calk promptly attended to day
Old W h ite
A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE
Highest Market Price Paid For Fat Stock
Dr. L. W . Horn
Radiant Spring Hats
show we are petting
back to normal.
With no other sign to guide you. you should
know that the war is victoriously ended A )ear
ago there wo ild not have been the gaiety o f
color, the smsrtne«« o f line and the fresh dash
that hats pn««e»« this season.
Three special groups arranged on bargain
tables for s «pe ial sale, include some exception-
ally attractive hats o f the kind that looks so
well with tailored suits.
Ribbons, wings and
ornament« are used for trimming.
S P E C IA L -G rou p 1, S d e price$
Group 2, Sale price . $3.50
Group 3, Sale price.