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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (July 17, 1919)
Posters are up annoum ng a
real jazz dance at the opera house
Mill City, Saturday evening, July
19. Good music will ho furnish
ed by Talmadge’s Orchestra, the
; official Hey-E Hyue Jazz Band
at the 1919 Round-Up and Vic-
j ory Celebration and the big at
traction at the libation Straw
berry Kectival and the Browns
ville Pioneer Picnic, with Earl
J. Headrick, the Jazz Singer, in
Before you sell your cascara
Bring your eascara bark to the latest song hits. Everyone
bark see Doll's cash store.
Doll's cash store.
is invited and there will undoubt
Mrs. Henry Schultrbein of Sul-
I.iston A. Darby sold his t ’hev- edly bo a large crowd of dance
limity is reported sick with pneu-j rolet car to his brother B. F. enthusiasts present.
Dr. Brewer reports several
The William Mullet family of
Ca-d of Thanks
cases of scarlet fever oelow West the Waldo Hills spent Tuesday in
We wish to thank the friends
Milford Allen left for the har-
The J. W. Mayo family spent and neighbors for the many acts
vest fields of Eastern Oregon last Sunday at the Taylor Camp of kindness and sympathy during
illness and death of our be
Grove on the Little North Fork. the
loved mother, Mrs. R. M. Taylor.
Frank Thomas of Mill City was
Mr. J. T Hunt and daughter Also for the beautiful floral offer
here visiting his brother, L. A. Miss Helen were in Stayton Mon- ings.
From the Bereaved Family.
Thomas, this week.
day of this week.
L. A. Thomas has just finished
Miss Nora T'avin has gone to
painting the Quinn residence, and Corvallis for a two week’s vaea-
a!so the Luthy jewelry store.
| tion with friends.
Sealed bids will be received by
Rev. Warren and family and
Mrs. Naomi Thomas has been the school clerk up to six o’clock
Mrs. W. A. Weddle and children visiting friends and relatives in p. m. August 6. 1919, for the
"Janitor Work”» of the Stayton
are at Salem picking loganberries. town this week.
school for the school year 1919-
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sloper and 1920.
W. A. Riggs and wife spent
last Sunday at Cascadia. Wes Mrs. V. Sloper were Salem visi The school board reserves the
right to reject anv amj all bids.
reports the w ater fine—fordrink- tors the first of the week.
W. A. Weddle.
Harold Murphy and Miss Poppe
Ralph Urban and family re of Salem were in town the first |
turned from an outing on the of the week visiting friends.
coast the first of the week. They
To those who work: Bishop
report a pleasant time.
has the most complete stock of
I can take a few more pupils
C. E. Brown will go to New clothes for the working men’s
the piano at my home at
port this week where he will needs.
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Crabtree bert. Stayton. Mrs. E. 5-22
work for some time. He recently
and daughter Edna of near Kings
shipped his machinery there.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thomas, ton were shopping in Stayton,
STA R TH EA TR E
father and mother of Alva Saturday.
Thomas of Stayton, left Salem
Wednesday for an extended visit went to Portland Sunday for a
in Washington with their two two weeks visit with friends and
8 COMEDY "W h y W orry
Cacilia and James Mielke went
The 8-year-old daughter of Pat
Lyons of Albany who has been I to Salem last week, relum ing
visiting at the O. M. Baker home with a new Overland for sale at
¡iCOMEDY - “ Lonesom e L u k e ’’?
at Kingston with her parents, the store.
W ED N ESD A Y
J I’ST WHAT YOl’ WANT may bo!
was bitten by a dog Sunday. Dr.
in thl* we.-tc1* want ad« at a
Brewer attended her.
1 H e e m p ty LAD
bargain If« a Rood Idea to look
Redne. Oregon, where he has If
Ed. Bell, of the Farmers &
ALSO BIO COMEDY
? them over every week.
Merchants Bank force, has gone been for the past several months.
Frank X. Basil from Fern
to The Dalles for a two weeks
was in town Tuesday of
vacation. Ed. will visit relatives
transacting business 4
there and enjoy an outing in that
with Stayton merchants.
part of the valley.
Guy Hurt was visiting’friends 4
Joe Lulay of the Lulay Bros.
& Giesler Lumber Co., of near
Fire, Theft and Transportation
Scio, while placing a belt on a joying a short vacation from one
pulley at the mill Saturday had of Portland’s shipyards.
( Oregon Fire Relief Association
Miss Margaret Fehlen visited «.
Fanners Fire Relief of Butteville, Ore.
his thumb badly torn by the belt.
New Jersey Fire Insurance Co.
He is under the care of Dr. home folks for a few days recent 4
( Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York
ly while the offices of the N orth-1 ♦
west Steel Plant were closed.
L. A. Thomas received a letter
from Gus Eksman last week
which locates him about 20 miles
from Pendleton on a 1,000 acre the best in clothes--Bishop’s
ranch. Gus is driving team and | have them for you, read our adds.
Walter Miller of Turner, who
says he likes the work. He
just recently returned from
wished to be remembered to all
overseas with UucleSam,
his Stayton friends.
F irst C lass Confections.
H ig h G rad e P u re C andies
visited here Saturday and Sunday.
Mary Stamp was nine years
Fine C igars and T o b acco
Miss June Kearns who has
old Monday and a number of her
young friends gathered at the
Hot and Cold Fountain Drinks
Masonic grove to help her cele left Monday for McMinnville
brate the event. Games were where she expects to be employ
All Prices and Style Box Candy
plaved and ice cream and cake ed.
Mr. Chas. Schmitt of Portland
helped make the afternoon a
has been employed by Forest
very pleasant one.
Mack to assist in the Mack Bar-
Tony Schindler, who work? for
bar Shop while Mr. Mack enjoys
the Murphy-Gardner saw mill at
West Stayton, jumped from a
load of ties which was about 14 T. J. Hill of Salem was here
feet high, last Saturday and dis Wednesday looking after hop
located his ankle. The ties began pickers. Mr. Hill has 35 acres of
slipping and Tony thought it was hops this year and says he will
best to jump. Dr. Brewrer is at need a large number of pickers. Ì
Mrs. Gladys Guth of Portland, k k
who will be rembered here as %
:If yon know of a news item or
Miss Gladys Hosford, has been l
a piece of news, tell us about it.
visiting friends here for the past i &
A newspaper man sometimes ex
„4 j* «4 Oregon
we» k. Her small daughter Thel k
periences m o r e difficulty i n
gathering news than one would ma accompanied her on her visit. %
Miss Maryan Alexander, who a*
imagine. This was the case
when a reposter ir. a neighboring spent last week at the Taylor kk
town who, a few days ago. was Camp Grove on the Little North
W e buy' anything in the Produce
sent to write up a fire in a resi Fork, is assisting in the Post
line from Cascara Bark to a
dence. Going to the door he in
quired for the lady of the house Mrs. Perry, is enjoying an outing
dressed cow. Will sell you any
The maid said she was out. at the same place.
thing in the ^Merchandise line
Miss Gladys Haminan is at
“ Are any of the family at
from a knitting needle to a new
hom e?" inquired the scribe. te n d in g the Capital Business
threshing machine. Come and see
“ NO, they are all out,” was the ; College at Salem. She is staying
replv. Not quite discouraged at home and making tne trips to
the reporter asked “ Well, w asn’t and from school on the stage
there a fire here last evening?” After a month in Office Training
“ Yes,” said the hired girl, "but she expects to be employed in
th a t’s out too."
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i “When Do We Eat" i
The Stayton Mail is $1.50 Per Year
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TR Y I T ONCE
Revere Tires 15 p e r Cent O ff
Clark’s Tiife House
319 N. Commercial St.
J. A. HENDERSHOTT, Proprietor
Balsiger & Son
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Save Today fo r Tom orrow ’s
Do you live “ from hand to mouth?”
There is a system of living whereby
Today may be made to provide
for Tomorrow—this year for
next year -the prime of
manhood for old age.
■ SAVE >
This one word tells the
story. Just a little regu
larly deposited in our savings
department makes«pleasantly sur
prising showing in the yea.s to come
• Capital $50,000.00
F a rm e rs & M erch a n ts
H an k
o f S ta y ton,O