The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, May 08, 1919, Image 9

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    Should a Man Object If a Pretty Stenographer—
SPECIAL
B uy a t th e People’s C ash Store, 186-194 N o rth C om ­
m ercial street, Salem .
It is th e best in v e stm e n t for
you because you w ill gain 25 per cen t on each do llar
purchase. O u r Special Sale includes all o u r d e p a rt­
m e n ts of Groceries, D ry Goods, C lothing, H a ts 6^ Shoes
CUSTOMERS of Slayton and Vicinity: We will run
a truck to Stayton one .day-a week to deliver goods
bought of us and will charge 15c per 100 lbs. This is
cheaper than you get them delivered any other way.
Special rates to camps and travelers.
Olympic Flour........................
Fisher's Very Bent hard wheat
Best Vallew (lour ...... ........ ....
10 Ihs rolled oats irf hulk
Head rice lb....... s..................
Broken rice 4 lbs fo r ....... .....
Lima beans 2 lbs for
Torn Hakes 2 pkgs f o r .......
.
Cream of wheat per pkg
Cream of barley, per pkg
Macaroni per pkg ... , .......
Sugar per sack ......................
$2 90
2 80
2 60
65c
9c
25c
25c
23c
24c
16c
8c
9 50
25c Reduction in
Coffes and Teas
50c
Gunpowder tea. best
......
40c
English Breakfast ................
’
without
Buy your coffee and tea now
delay for your own lienetit.
Canned Goods
14c
I.ibbv’a and Armour’s milk
15c
Carnation and Borden’s milk
$1
75
Sweet corn loc;per doz ....
... 1 75
Sugar pens 15c; per doz
17c
Solid Pack tomatoes ...........
15c
Pork and beans No. 2 ..........
Big reduction in pineapples, apricots,
peaches and berries.
Cooking Grease
$1 .98
Cooking oil, gal.. . ...•. ...
1 95
6 lb Trisco .............................
1 18
No. 5 Shortening..................
2 35
No. Shortening......................
26c
Comitound hulk ................ \
34 c
Substitute butter ...............
15c
Peanut butter
.............
Lard of all kinds below the present
w holesale price.
Soda and oyster crackers ... ...
Grahaui crackers lb .............
Best cookies of all kinds, lb. ...
Best candy, lb ......................... ..
17c
17c
18c
25c
i’ink pickled salmon, lb........
Sauer kraut, - « it....................
Alaska herring, each.............
Soap, 6 bar«............... ............
Matches, big box .........
$2 brooms. $1; $1 3C brooms
18e
15c
5c
25c
5c
f>5c
Men's and Boy's Clothing
Hats aud Furnishings
$.‘15 men’s suits ........................ $19 98
$25 men’s su its......................... 14 00
A’reduction in all kinds of small men’s
su.es of 50 per cent and over
$7 men’s all wool pants .......... $ 4 98
$2 50 men’s cotton pants......... 1 49
$2 50 kahki pants ..................... 1 85
$2 50 heavy blue bid overalls . 1 95
Blue bib striped overalls ......... 1 49
$2 50 dress shirts ...................
1 25
$1 75 heaby work shirts............
98c
75c heavy suspenders................
49c
Men’s cotton socks ..................
Men’s hats, straw, khaki etc 25c to 49c
9c
Special for Boys
$14 blue serge suits ............... $ 8 49
$1 50 boys’ dress shirts .........
65c
Boys’ blue shirts .....................
49c
Boys’ overalls, all sizes ..........
1 25
Boys, hats and c a p s................
25c
Shoes at Big Reduction
$1 shoes for ..............................
70c
Best fluidity men’s elk shoes $ 2 98
Men’s tincst dress sh'oes $2 65 and up
Boys’ shoes ....................$1 65 and up
'$7 ladies’ up-to-date kid and
patent leather pumps and
oxfords ................................. 4 25
$8 shoes, all kid leather, pray,
black, brown and colors......
4 98
Dress Goods
Buy at the People’s Cash Store. Silks,
woolens, cotton and linen »roods.
Underwear, hosiory, dresses and
koveralls.
Bu y '
B onds
W e w ill ta k e B onds
ju s t like m oney
Buy in Salem at the People’s Cash Store all your Notions, Glassware and Crockery at
the Economy basement where you will save 50c on each dollar. W e will give to each
customer one market basket Free with the purchase of $5 in any of our departments.
Special attention to mail orders. Also special discount on large camp orders.
cTVIanagement
People’s Cash
186-194 N.
■ in i> w
Commercial Street
ai ' ■..
j r <w <wfJurawwiiTs
Store
Salem, Oregon
■ m
,W i.
Mr. Ira Carter is visiting at
the C.‘ C. Tarter home, and also
at the W. H. and E. C. homes.
Mr. John Steinberger waa a
Salem caller one day this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Scott and
Mrs. Bert Bower were caller» at
the Phil Fischer home Friday.
Mia» Emma Peter» and Mrs.
Steingberg ca'led on Mr«. A. H.
Tate this weak.
Mr. and Air«. Adolph Heater
and family spent Sunday with
i Feank Tate and family.
«Mrs. C. C. Carter called on
«Mr». Pete Barkmeyer Sunday
afternoon.
Mis» .Mildred Peters sj>ent the
week end with her sister Miss
Emma, at the J. Steinberg home.
Miss Dora Babens has been
visiting relatives in Stayton.
Mr. and Mrs. Bedatl and son
.When the First “ Leg Show” Opened in Chicago of Stayton. spent Sunday at the
W. H. Tate home.
KW YORK.— Mr«. J e a n (¡rav el «lied h e re th e o th e r day. W ho wa« Mr«
Mr. and Mrs. Frank were Sub­
J e a n G rav el?
W hy. I’atilln e Murk hum of Lytiiu T houipson'a “B rttlab
lilotidca,“ th e fatnoua a ta la c ta of th e "B lack C ro o k ," w ho h o rsew h ip p ed E d ito r limity callers Sunday.
W ilb u r K. Storey of th e C hicago Tim e«
Miss Zelmr King spent Mon­
n early Im lf » c e n tu ry ago.
day
with Miss Bertha Mollet.
I.y d ia Thompson*» tro u p e of “B rit-
l«li B londe»-“- fi*« p lay in g an engage-
Mr. Henry Peter» and Elli*
n ien t a t SfcV iH tgr-» tb e a te r. It w as
the first »recalled “ leg” show to a p p e a r Mampin motored out in the other
In C hicago. Mr. Storey h ad h e ard ru county Sunday.
morn of th e alleged Indecency o f th e
Mrs. Mae Williams and son
p erfo rm an ce, a n d he «ent one o f hie
last
re p o rte rs to see th e »how an d w rite Orel were Salem visitors
i
hi» Im p read o n s. Mr. Storey also in week.
tilted a few line* fo r th e ed ltn ria l page
A number from here attended
w hich fa irly sizzled. T he " r o a s t” w as
p rin te d !n th e Tim e« F e b ru a ry U-l, 1S70. T h a t ev en in g a t five o'elpck w hile the basket social at Oak Grove
Mr Storey w as on hi« w ay hom e from th e office he wa* w aylaid a t \Val#»«h last Saturday and some attended
a v en u e and I’eck c o u rt by Ml*» T hom pson. Mi«« M arkham and .Mr. H enderson,
m a n a g e r of th e “ H ritlidi Blonde*." T h e e d ito r w as w alk in g w ith h e a d dow n, as the show and dance in Sta> ton.
wa« 111* custom , w hen h e su d d en ly w as co n fro n ted by th e trio . Ml«« T h om p­
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Peters and
son d rew u *hort w hip w hich wa* concealed In th e fold* o f h e r s k irt and
family
motored to Salem .ast
began to rain blow* on th e head am i sh o u ld ers of M r. St-«ey. U n aw are o f the
cau*«- fo r th e a ss a u lt, Mr. S to rey kepi «lioutiint: “ W h at do you m ean? W bdt week.
do you m ean?" H e raised his h an d to w ard off th e blow s and a t thlz Ju n c tu re
Mrs. Peter Borkmeyer called
Ml»« M arkham sn atc h e d th e
U.p from Ml»» T hom pson. She also b elabored
on Mrs. W. H. Tate last week.
th e e d ito r tintil p e d estria n » cairn- to hi» rescu e.
T h e Id en tity of th e w om en an d th e jr m ale e sc o rt w as soon e stab lish ed and
Mr. Winnie Tate returned from
th e ir a rre a t follow ed. T h e a rtic le th a t a p p e a re d in th e T im es on th e «lay fol­
Portland
a week ago wheie he
low ing th e a s s a u lt m ade th e o rig in al critic ism look like u S unday school
lesson. Mr. S to re) w ielded a v itrio lic pen an d th e old re p o rte r» w ho w e re In has been visiting relatives and
th e T im es office th a t n ig h t used to tell In a f t e r y e a rs how b lue »moke rolled friends.
off th e p ages of copy w ritte n by th e boss.
. Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Itaimns
and
son Ein«*;r, spent Sunday at
th e in te rn a tio n a l la n g u ag e o f th«- fu-
•ure.
,\n«l th e y ad m lr. m odestly W. H. Carter’s.
em iueh, th a t E nglish w ill probably be
Miss Snella Neal spent Sunday
th e fa v o rite as a w orld tongue, be­
cau se E n g lish first o f afi 1« th e b«*st with Miss Stella Gilmore.
know n an d m ost w idely spoken la n ­
Mrs. Peter Heater o: Silver-
g u ag e o f b u sin e ss an d n tu rean tile tr a n ­
ton,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cooley
sectio n * In th e w orld today.
A cknow ledging th a t E nglish is bound and daughter Thelma and Mr.
Subject Arouses Considerable to be th e fa v o rite th e F ren ch p ro fe s ­
and Mrs. Bert Bower, were en­
so rs claim th e ir ow n lan g u ag e w ill nat-
Discussion Among French­
u tn lly ta k e second p lace in p re fe re n c e tertained at the Geo. Scott home
men of Learning.
Sunday.
to G erm an .
P o ssib ly th e G erm an s som e y e a rs
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Heater
:ig ■ fo re sa w th e O ' e n g p o p u la rity of
and
daughter Vivian spent Sun-
E n g lish am i F ren ch end tic- con seq u en t
sh o v in g o f th e G erm an lan g u ag e into at D. Potorff’s.
tb 'r d p lace In th e race, b ecau se It wa*
Mr. and Mrs. Batlioner an 1
b efo re th e w a r even th a t 'th e " k u itu r
G erm an*. K now ing T h e ir L anguage < n is a d e ” fo r p o p u larizin g E sp e ra n to family and Merrill Amort and
W as In ad eq u ate a s W orld T ongue,
am i Ido an d th e «.:It--r art.flc ia l la n ­ Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Berg, took
Boosted A rtificial L anguages,
g uages s ta rte d , acco rd in g to M lcille.
Sunday dinner with Mr. and
Such as E sp eran to .
Englith and French.
B riefly, It Is AlU-llle's idea nn«l th e «Mrs. Wayne Ashby.
By LLOYD A LL E N .
opinion o f o th e r n oted F ren ch and
Mr. and Mrs. Poeselhs and
( W e s t e r n N e w s p a p e r I ' n i o n S t a f f C o r ­ E n g lish sch o la rs th a t tlm w orld need*
Mr.
and Mrs. G. E. Shaw and
respondent.)
tw o la n g u a g e s fe r it» fu tu re w e lfa re
I’a rls.— I t -» beg in n in g to look a* If
daughter
Marion motored out
— E n g lish and F ren ch .
Fngll«h will be th e w orld lan g u ag e
W hile th e re w as a lot of sp ecu latio n from Salem and spent Sun lay
of th e fu tu re — w ith F rench a« a close
som e y e a rs ago a b o u t finding a u n iv e r­ with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bower.
second choice au d w ith G erm an ru n ­
ENVER.-— Why ilioulil n m an »l«J*ct If a p rv tty tw en ty three-year-oM
aiM w craiitw r b o rro w s III» “chum m y fo u r" fo r a f « * m om ent» ju*t to run
up to th e atuteh o u ae to collei t a little m a tte r of *00 w hich tin, a tn te ovve.l her
for typluic hill» am i rep o rt« in th«;
houae of repreM entatlvea? U n tile f ’ol-
yer, clerk of the a u rlru ltu ra l com m it­
tee of th e houae au>l th e ilui|tflil«-r of
Mr am i Mr«. H .fC o Ijrer of O rilu n y ,
Colo., any* »he Juat c a n 't um leratum l
the«.- m en. And to th in k th a t an y o n e
ahould hav e her a rre « te d !
It WH« prim arily th e fa u lt o f th e
leifialator« In holding up th e aaluryr
ap p ro p ria tio n . Mlaa C olyer had been
III fo r tw o week« from Influenza a t
•"»lit) Kiiier«oii a tre e t, and »he felt th a t
«h.< w»nt.-rl ihe $*Mi. A fte r lireakf»»t »be .lecli|e.t »he w ould go to tn.- »inie-
hon-.« an d try to pry loo«e th a t SflO. She «till fe lt too w eak to cllnib the hill.
She c o u ld n 't u n d e ra la n d w hy th ey alw ny» put atateh o o ae» on hill», anyw ay.
Acrn«« th e atr.-et »he apn-d a ' ‘tlinm tiiy fo u r.” If the ow u.-r w aa a nice
tnun lie »urely w ouldn’t <<bje< t If »he borrow ed th e e a r fa r a few tninnte« to
run up to th e ata te b o u a e to collect th n t PV>. She hud n e v e r d riv en ar.yUiintr
hut a •■lllvver" In O rdw ay. h u t «be got th e hlgh-pow er c a r safely up C apitol
hill. Kut la-fur«; ahe bad C ollected th a t PH) alo n g entne th e o w n er o f the c a r
and u pin In-clot In-» iiollceruau.
.Ml«« (Jolyer told all ab o u t It a t th e city hall. Severn I friend» vouched for
I ili -« C olyer. It wa* a rra n g e d th a t ahe »Imuld »lay w ith relativ e» in South
D enver u n til «he liii.l e n tirely recovered from th e effect» of th e "flu."
In cid en tally It »hould be s ta te d th u t Ml»a C olyer got th a t PH).
D
of SPECIALS for
One W eek Only"
Specials in G roceries
UNION HILL NOTES
N
ENGLISH TO BE
WORLD LANGUAGE
ning a poor th ird .
T h is discu ssio n of a "w o rld la n ­
g u a g e -- w hich is occupying c o n sid er­
a b le a tte n tio n aro u n d Puri«, rev eals
am ong o th e r thing-: :» s tra n g e c h a p te r
of G erm an d u p licity an d tric k e ry . It
now seem s rcrtn in ^ th .'it th e G erm ans,
know ing th e G erm an lan g u ag e wa* In­
a d e q u a te as a w orld tongue, trie d th e ir
b e st to get th e w orld to th in k fa v o ra ­
bly of c e rta in “cooked-up” language»—
m ad e to o rd e r th in g s as it w ere. In o r­
d e r to p re v e n t F ren ch o r K ngltsh from
being co n sid ered a* th e le g itim ate
w orld language*.
T h e se n rtltl Ini tongue*, such ns E s­
p e ra n to , w hich w as pro b ab ly th e best
know n to tin m . in A m erica a t L a s t,
w ere fairly n u m ero u s an d on eh one
w as given som e so rt o f an odd mime.
T hey w ere ra ile d E sp e ra n to , Ido. Novo-
la ttln and se v eral o th e r q u eer-so u n d ­
ing nam es. N a tu ra lly enough th e re w ere
a ' few people In n early ev'ety cou n try
th a t took tip th e s e to n g u es an d le a r n ­
ed them . B ut a t b est file lan g u ag e s
w ere, and a re fads, and a re u n equal
to th e g reat ta s k assig n ed th e m — th e
ta s k of becom ing a w orld tongue.
An In te rn a tio n a l L anguage.
Patti M lelllo. a F re n c h scholar, a col­
lege p ro fe sso r w ho h o ld s Ihe c h a ir of
E nglish a t th e I .t r e e and w ho Is a well-
know n p ro m o te r of In te rn a tio n a l «'du­
ra tio n . is a u th o rity for th e foregoing
re m a rk s a n e iit E s p e ra n to an d G«'>r-
tntin.
Ill« b ro c h u re on th e stile
Jeet of n .w o rld lan g u ag e h: « a ttra c te d
c o n sid erab le a tte n tio n In F ra n c e and
E n g lan d recently.-
•While som e politic: I eco n o m ists a re
ta lk in g ab o u t th e e sta b lish m e n t o f an
In te rn a tio n a l eu m tney ih n t will bo
w o rth it« face v alu e all o v e r th e w orld,
and w hile o th e rs tire ta lk in g of a kind
of In teriintionnl govern m en t th a t will
p rev en t fu tu re w ars. o f In te rn a tio n a l
control of th e d ru g Ira file, an d sev eral
m ore 'T uteriiationall*e«l" su b jects. In­
cluding In te rn a tio n a l
w elfare, th e
F ren ch m en o f le a rn in g a re d iscu ssin g
sal tongue, such as K p erunto, we had
ns liv in g Inngung* s in th is w orld «>f
«>urs th e tw o to n g u es th n t com pletely
filled all re q u ire m e n ts. T h e re w as r«-al-
ly no need fo r In venting a new lan­
guage.
Titer«» hits been a kitvl o f ««fficinl
a d o p tio n o f th e idea th a t E n g lish am i
F re n c h slutli be th e w orld lan g u ag e s of
th e fu tu r e In th e fa c t (b at proceedings
a t Ihe pence co n feren ce h av e b«»en con­
d u c te d In lite.se tw o language*. T h e
proeedun» h a s been cum bersom e. It Is
trtt«». but It h as been possible fo r prnc-
11«ally till o f th e d e le g a te s to u n d e r­
sta n d ev e ry th in g th a t ta k e s place in
th e w ay o f spe«*eh m aking.
T h e F re n c h cliq u e of e d u c a to rs p ro ­
m oting th e p lan o f m ak in g E nglish
and F ren ch th e com m on in te rn a tio n a l
tn tg tte s w a n t th e pence co n feren ce, or
th e lea g u e o f n a tio n s, to p e rp e tu a te
tin- p ro ced u re o f th e pence co n ference
an d m ake Inult tongue« the official Inn
g tag es fo r co n d u ctin g Ihe b u sin e ss of
ilie leag u e o f natlou*. ,
Sem iofficial co m m u n icatio n s huv*
In on a d d re sse d to th e v ario u s govern
mi n ts th a t w ere lined up a g a in s t G er­
m any’. anti to m any officials of nil lit*»««-
g o v o rn n u n ts rceontiv»nding th e plan.
N um erous sen ato r« and d e p u tie s have
gone on record n« fav o rin g th e schem e.
N ational F o re st A rea R educed.
T h e p resid en t on F e b ru ary 2o. 1 0 1 :).
signed a p ro clam atio n elim in atin g 81,.
770 a c re s from fit-» H elena n a tio n al for
est, M ontana. T he lands affected a re
«Itunted a lo n g th e e x te rio r b o u n d aries
of th e fo re st an d a large p o rtio n o f th e
land* excluded a re a lre a d y In prlvat
o w n ersh ip .
'
T ills action i« based on th e recom-
niendntltm m ade hv the s«-cretnry of
a g ric u ltu re it* a resu lt of th e Intnl rln«-
sttieiitlon done by the forest service
It w as fo u n d th a t Ihe land» had pi a«*-
flcnllv no value fo r n a tio n al fo rest
purine«-.«.
ROCK POINT
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Fresh .«nd
children motored to Salem Fri­
day afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hendricks
and Mr. and Mrs. A. Frank were
Salem callers Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Doertler and
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hunt were
Salem callers Saturday.
W. H. Downing was in Salem
Monday attending the committee
meeting of the market roads.
Elmer Downing spent
he
week end with his familj in
Salem.
Quite a number from this vi­
cinity attended the entertain­
ment and basket social at Oak
Grove Saturday evening.
«Mr. and Mrs. John Hermens
called at. the John Peterson home
Thursday afternoon.
«Mrs. Norris Hunt and Mrs.
E. Carter were Stavton visitors
Friday afternoon.
B. F. Fresh, of Stayton, was
repairing some of his buildii g*
on his farm this week.
IT nry Frank is driving a new
Studebaker six.
George Schmitt visited his «is
tor Mrs. Fay Wrightman, o
Albany Sunday.
Mrs. Sarah Head of AumsviM«
is visit? g h< r sister Mrs. F. C.
Dow m y, tins wuk .