The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, May 08, 1919, Image 12

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    sale and it is practically new. It
has plowed only 110 acres, and
D O N ’T B U Y Y O U K S H O E S T I L L Y O U S E E O U R S ts toi s;. e at a bargain.
W E S P E C IA L IZ E IN Q U A L I T Y A N D S T Y L E
CAHD
THANKS
T h is ad is w orth 50 cents, bring it yith you
I with to thank tho (i-oplr of S;»v
FOR M E N A N D W O M E N
or
Send
Your
Shoe
Repelling
We
G U A R A N TEE
a *
Outline
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Crichton
o f California, are making an ex­
tended visit with Mis. Crichton’s
sister. Mrs. ’ O. J. Ruble. The
Workmanship
former ¡s well known here hav­
ing been a Stay ton resident some
time ago.
Oregon
Quality
AND
fli
Post
cTVlen
ton tor tho many ki ! tloetl» mul for
.tlio
Ill j•»t h> cstraiu'il
Juung
the
titkni'fi and iti'iith of tuv kuobaad.
ANo for the beautiful floral offerin g».
Ur*. A . t
rVtiTHin.
C
HO M E
OF
Q U A L IT Y
Salem
M r . P L E A S A N T IT E M S
c^Vlan y* a puny boy~ has been helped to robust
I. a- Downing, Pete KiriMlet and J.
TT. Kloer were Albam \i«ttori> Tu«*s-
i dny.
,
1'. M. Butler «■ d Mr P t i 'e of A l ­
manhood by" the timely^ use of helpful health
any i u r e ill th:» \ i t i n u y Thursiluv.
Mrs. G. 0. Watson, who has
Frank Grierson was a Salem
been spending some time with
visitor Tuesday.
Geo. A. Smith was in Salem her parents here, returned to
her home in Vancouver. B C.,
Monday closing a farm sale
Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Martin of i
Lyons, were in town Tuesday.
> The Misses Cora Gilbert. Ver-
I)r. and Mrs. H. A. Beauchamplda Hamman. Mrs Eva Ferguson
were Albanv visitors last Fridav. and
R°.v C. Ferguson and
Henry Smith is out among his £ ° rdon Sammons of Salem, spent
friends again after an attack o f P unda>‘ at the Jos' Hamman
Rheumatism.
j ,10me-
.
DON’T FORGET that Geo. A.
Thc M»sses Anna Downey and
Smith charges NO commissions ^ ° ra Stowell. and Mrs. A. *1 .
on the money he loans.
Stowell of Salem, and Miss Eliza-
Ciias. Hettinger and
' beth Downey o f North Santiam.
motored to Salem the first of 'vere visitors m Stayton the re-
the week.
06111 " eek end-
„ _
al
,
,
While loading' ties at Kingston
E. C- Titus reports the sale o f th(,
r d
C|arencc Enslish
a new Dotlie eat to Claud Wil- haJ the rais(ortune t0 have hls
son of Mil» City.
, • •
j .
i
^ .•
nand injured by a pile o f ties
Miss Gladys Hamman made a falling on it.
He is under the
bus ness trip to Saiem Tuesday, care o f Dr.’ Rrewer.
family
io iking after roinl w ork.
Thi' M '*. « K ffie and i "rn Kay, Mr.
and Mr>. i'l.vile sin* in an an d •laugh
11 r of M.'Miauvilli', F T . Thnyer mid
fa in Iv mid i has. Board and wife of I
> i. Drank M h i i t , I'rank l.enr and
i i nv d Aegerter J i . »'id M i». Linn
ijunliert were Sunday viaitor» at the
I IV. K . Hay homo.
Th Mi-si's Maud Smith and Nellie
Ny:ri'it and Hal Shelton, Tony l-aux
ai. I Niidi l.i'ii/. on.led at the Mr-*. Koxio
-'ll. ink home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M . I'. Kyau and
family motored ta tile t'lark home
; near S io Sunday.
1’ . K . I*ambert and wife motored
| to th • W. K. llrenner'» Sunday.
H. K. sha is and " fe and sou, Kay
moitd. -ailed at the V ! Sm ith’» Sunday
Mr. and Mr*. Kberhardt. Mr. aud
.M r «, le-e Downing and children eall
■ ■I at Kil Sm ith'. Sunday.
A »ingitig wa. gi\.i| at the H . Len ’
I home Su dav eve. V laroe crowd at
:end d and a very enjoy: do time was
had In all.
Word was received from Frank I aim
Oort thi« week, *'ndn^ he arrived »ate
Iv iu New York, lie evpeet» to be in
fimt|i Lewis »oon.
agencies.
Your Druggist has all these health
aids. W ith their judicious use your
boy will develop into a man, capable
of taking a m an’s place in the world
¿V
Come to us for reliable
family* remedies of all
kinds.
COON H O L L O W NOTES
Pete Hafuer i* *i>vmling a few day»
with heme folk*.
M r s , Kelly and son, Dee, were in
Stayton Monday.
The road work is ¡»rogresaing nicely
in Coon Hollow .
•I. IV. Apple anil daughter, Mary,
.»(> nt Sunday with home folk».
Sime of the neighbor« attended the
birthday party at the Bennett bom
given in honor o f Mr*. Verly .
John Apple was a stayton caller
Major and Mrs. L. S. Lambert
The Queener School in Linn
and their niece. Miss Rae Glover County was out tuesday o f this
spent Saturday in Salem.
N\6ck. rhe teacher. Miss Freda
i;i«jicr Philip* v. ns in Coon Hollow
Allis, is a former graduate o f
‘ r lay.
H« nry Croisant was calling on _
, « Pete Hafuer was in Lyon» Saturday.
friends in Slayton last Saturday Sta>’ton H,* h ? cJho° 1 and i>V6r> • - I A large crowd uttcudvd the barth
one here is glad to know that day d o n e at the Hafuer ho no, given
evening.
honor of Mrs. Hafuer.
she had a successful school year. in Koy
KeUy ha.» la.jid d .«aft'ly in the
DON’T FORGET that Geo. A.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sloper re­ I ” . S. and expect* to be Im.ue noon,
Smith charges NO Commissions
he it now at Camp Mill*.
turned last Monday from an ex­ Home Of the young people o f « oon
on the money he loans.
tended visit through California TTolluw attended the dance nt the Kintz
Mrs. Mac Kenney was an Albany vis-1 Mrs. Paul McClellan, Mr
and noon at $ o’ clock.
Everyltody
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mielke and with fsiendsand relatives, ¡-pend- ¡home, given in honor of Mile*.
.
. John Apple wn» in Lyons Saturday, itor Thurs lay.
Mrs.
Chas.
Martin
and
children,
Mr*. M . K. Phillip* received a G e r |
welcome.
daughters Isabelle and Helen, ing a week in San Francisco, as
tit .- T epfer . hiidreu »pern Sunday
man gas mask from her son, (J. K. also Mr. and Mrs. Grice ami Mr.
well as visiting Other points of “ rtc-moon at the Hafuer home.
spent Sunday in Mill City.
Mrs. Elliot Ball has been on
.
.
\
| Bennetts »pent Mon dm evening nt Phillips, in Germany.
W. .1. Bertram ahd S. Working and Mrs. Best o f West Salem.
,ilt. iiafm.r home.
the
sick list the past 10 days but
Mr. and Mrs 0. M. Aplet of interest on their return heme.
made a business trip to Albany.
First Lieutenant Raymond .B.
we
are
glad to re|H>rt he is im­
Willis
Little
of
Salem
was
at
Gooch
Lyons made a business trip to
GOOCH IT E M S
PLEASANT GROVE
yesterday.
Miller of California, who has re­
proving.
Stayton on Tuesday.
K. is. Oomtinun lia* return«**!
cently returned from overseas, to Mr».
Miss Augusta Condit closed a
' Miss Venita McKinney was
Gooch frdm visiting her sister, Mr*.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gildow
AU M SV IL LE
where he spent several months, Kcnzie.
very
successful term of school in
home
for
a
few
days
the
past
oi Aumsville, were trading with
John Bradshaw imd John Worden of
is visiting at the home of his
the
Crawford
district laHt Fri­
week.
our merchants Tuesday.
] Gooch have purchased new Chevrolet
Mrs. Lottie Barkhhee formerly
aunt, Mrs. F. M. Munkers,
day.
ear*.
Mrs. Fr ank Williams returned I
formerly Lottie Gibson, and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas this city.
Joe Ash returns to !>e» Moines, Io­
E. E. Bengs und family of
Sunday
Sondav evening from a
Weaver
from
Lebanon,
are
visit­
wa, after visiting with hi* nieee, Mrs.
of Salem, were Stayton visitors
Mrs. Sara Beringer has been |M.
Marion, and Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
week’s sojourn in Portland.
K. Phillips, of Gotck, and cousins ing ackqaintances here.
laft Sunday.
appointed administratrix of the of California.
Whitney,
0. E- Whitney, Mr.
Rev. Anderson of the First
Mrs. H. C. Lewis who has
A fter » ‘ rvityr his country in France
Mrs. L. George, of Portland, estate of her husband, Benjamin
and
Mrs.
Will
Hagcdorn o f Sal-
\yo Phillips i* now serving the Gooch been visiting Clara Ellsworth at Presbyterian church o f Salem,
has been visiting her niece, Miss F. Beringer, who died as a result Lumber and eihinglc Co.
Lyons, returned home Monday held services at. Pleasant Grove '‘r,‘
Sunday with Kasper
o f an accident recently.
The
Nargaret Miller of few days.
Julius Holtorf and wife left Sunday
morning.
church Sunday afternoon which Lathrop s.
estate is reported as being worth for Canada, in th-ir car.
DON’T FORGET that Geo. A.
Price Speer has been busy the wa® well attended and greatly
Frank Williams went to Port-
The Wilkerson boys spent the week
$6,500 in real estate, stocks and ¡end at their grandmother's o f Salem.
Smith charges NO commissions
last few days moving into the appreciated.
Services will b e land Saturday to do some im-
personal property, The apprais­
Mr. ati I Mrs. Working spent i* in-
on the money he loans.
Robinson
house
now
owned
by
held
again
next
Sunday after- proving on his property.
ers were S. D. Brown, M. Mar­ ! day in Halem.
Mr. Houser and wife motored to A l­
Mr. Ralph Urban has returned
C. F. Hein.
tin and R. A. Brown.
bany K inday.
to work, after being laid off a
C. D. Wilson and M r». Alla Tia-k
C. Jenson of Canada, has
The printer made a mistake v . t- visiting Ralph Wilson. He rut
few days on account o f an acci­
bought
the Brock lot and is busy
last week in the For Sale ad of and bruiKoii his leg w hile working in
dent.
the timber where blood poisoning hail now moving
their
household 1
R. J. Kusev, of Stavton. Mr.
Last Sunday Dr. C. A. Brewer Kusev has a Fordson Tractor for set in. At time ot writing he is im­ goods.
proving.
operated on the two year old son
Glen. Munkers was a Salem
of Elbert McKay for tumor of
visitor one day last week.
the eye.
£ieut. Otto Buffe of Salem.
Quite a delegation of Stay tor
Was visiting his sister, Mrs. A.
people attended the funeral of
Speer, the first o f the week.
R. 0. Thomas at Turner last
Raymond Walt, who has been
Tuesday.
inactive service over sees, was
f c
Mrs. Martin Kuiken of Lyons
seen in Aumsville a few days
was visiting her daughters who
ago.
fl #
are attending high school here,
Robert Peterson is another
one day this week.
one o f the Aumsville boys who
Sloper’s
Drug
Store
I
I
Overalls for Less
NEW
I. B Carter of the Dalis, Ore.
is visiting his sons here, at Sub­
limity and Salem.
Mr. Carter
will remain about two weeks,
O. M. Baker of Kingston re­
ports the sale of Chevrolet cars
to Joe Luly of Scio and J. VV.
Wardon of Gooch.
Mrs. Baldwin, of Pringville,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mar­
tin and her sister, Mr3. E. C.
Cramer, in Stayton, this week.
William Se.stak. who has been
overseas for about 18 months,
and who saw active service at
the front, has returned home.
Everyone is glad to see him back
again, and to hear about his ad­
ventures over there.
Huy
i V o w
SUPPLY
JU ST
IN
C o veralls fo r M e n
A F U L L L IN E OF LADIES. C H IL ­
DRENS A N D MISSES HATS A T
M ODERATE PRICES. GET YOUR
EASTER B O NNET NOW.
W e pay ra»h for eggs, chickens
hogs hr anything you have for sale.
W. F. Klecker
Established 16 Years in Stayton
&
A.
STAR
THEATRE
Paramount
3#
has returned.
Mr. Lee Sutton, Miss Ruby
Speer, Charlie Denhem and Miss
Gladys Denham, motored to Tan­
gent Sunday.
Mrs. W. C. Chance was a
Salem visitor Tuesday.
Ross Condit motored to West
Stayton Tuesday evening to see
his brother Everett, who motor-
over from Tillamook.
A dinner was given by Mrs.
Chas. Martin at her home Sun­
day.
Those present were Mr.
and Mrs B. I. Plummer and
children, Mrs. AM Hi«- Martin. Mr.
and Mrs. R. M. Fuson and son
Gains. Mrs. Weaver, Mrs. T. N.
McClellan and daughter Eva,
•Pictures
SUNDAY, MAY 11
C h arles R ay in
A Nine O'clock Town
SATURDAY, MAY 10
Unici B e n n e tt in
“Naughty,
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