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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1919)
It has been said that he who
has no enemies has no friends,
and this is especially true of the
editor. If he takes no stand on
a proposition h e m a k e s no
enemies, but he also makes no
friends and his influence for
right is a minus quality. On
the other hand if he supports
Mrs. J. W. Mayo has gone to
Mary Pick ford Saturday at the
projects of which he approves
Agate Beach for a week or ten ,
helps to defeat actions
S. H. Heltzel made a business day’s vacation. She was met by and
do not seem right to him.
her father and mother who will
trip to Portland Wednesday.
be with her while she is there.
he makes enemies. But he also
Are you a member of the
Bring your caseara bark to makes firm, lasting friends, and
Doll’s cash store.
he has the satisfaction of know
Mrs. Henry Porter of Aums-
Henry Mutshler and son Harry ing that he has done his best.
ville visited friends here Tues were here from Portland Sun
day. Henry came up to dig a
Mrs. M. M. Burson of Mill sack of new spuds from his gar-
M. E. Phillips & Son have pur-
City. was a Stavton visisor Wed- den. He is working in one of chased a store building at Meha-
the garages in the Rose City.
ma and are having it repaired
Don’t fail to see Mary Pick- I George Korinek has returned
intention of putting a
ford Saturday at Star Theatre.
to Portland after his vacation up ' n a 9to°k merchandise.
E. Roy and wife are visiting here. Mrs. Korinek will remain
relatives in Portland this week, at the Alexander home for a
Joseph Potter of Redne. was short time before returning.
visiting in Stayton this week.
Before you sell your cascara
Sealed bids will be received by
. J. A.
, „ Hendershott
c a s h store
clerk 6. up 1919.
to six for
bark see l)oll 3 cash store
Salem on business Tuesday.
Mrs, T. W. Creech and two “Janitor Work” of the Stayton
Lon Shelly returned from a children, Julia and John, moved school for the school year 1919
visit with his daughter at Browns- t° balem last week to be with 1920.
The school board reserves the
ville the first of the week.
: Mr. Creech who has been em-
right to reject any and all bids.
* C. Reynolds wife and daugh-
W. A. Weddle.
tier of Salem were in town this Mrs. Creech will teach in the
Five officers of the army and
Forest Mack and family are
squadron were here this
-■pending this week on a vacation
i week looking for recruits in all
I can take a few more pupils
branches of the army. They
Lyle Lampman of Astoaia. is were camped in the Masonic for the piano at my home at
visiting friends and relatives in grove. The party was headed West Stayton. Mrs. E. M. Gil
by Seargent Hillery.
Mrs. W. D. Kitchen of Albany
Donald Goode fell from a horse
is visiting at the home of Mr. last week and broke his arm just
and Mrs. W. F. Follis this week. below the shoulder. The break -----STAR
People dressed in Bishop made is a bad one and necessitated an J
MAR* PICKFORD IN
clothes generally look the best X-ray being taken to locate the ¿
on the streets.
break. Donald is under the care ;* “Johanna Enlists”
Mrs. B. F. Berringer of Me- of Dr. Beauchamp and progres-
hama. visited Stayton friends sine nicely.
the first of the week.
The foot bridge across the
The best dressed men in town Salem ditch near the city hall »COM EDY-‘‘Lonesome Luke”;
generally wear Bishop made was put out of commission Satur-
day by a log which took away the
JU S T W H A T YOU W ANT m ay
offered in th is w eek'» w ant ad*
Mrs. Ellen Follensby of Eugene foundation. A number of citi-
b a rg a in . I f » a good Idea to look
is visiting at the W. H. Humph- zens rescued the bridge and it fcComedy Green-Eyed Johnn
th e m o v er every w eek.
reys place this week.
was repaired S u n d a y . ________________________________
Lee Bailey went to Portland
Mr. Ledger-wood, superintend-
Wednesday where he will look en* 9*ate fish hatcheries, was «■
up a n e w 'tru c k to use in his here the first of the week looking J
over the land in re»ard to the «.
Mr* E. C. Lowe and grandson.; ■<“ « " * ° f * hatchery in this part ♦
Fire, Theft and Transportation
Fredrick Burdick, went to Fox of the country. Mr. Ledgerwood »
valley the first of the week where « “ favorably impressed withi th e , *
Oregon Fire Relief Association
they wilt visit relatives.
poaatbthttea along the river here *
Farmers Fire Relief of Butteville, Ore,
and will return again soon. T h e re , ♦
New Jersey Fire insurance Co.
The fixtures in the Slayton ja ,
th at , hatchery ♦
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York
State Bank building, have b e e n ; ^ ^ |ocated d o seto S ta y to n
sold to a Washington party and
Chas. Cladek says he is in a
were this week shipped to their
of trouble and it is all on
account of people who go in
Tony Schindler, who recently swimming in the irrigation ditch
had one of his legs broken, is near his home. The land is leas
oaok on the streets again. He ed by Mr. Cladek and he is re
will he walking on crutches for
sponsible for any damage done
thereon. He says he has posted
First Class Confections.
High Grade Pure Candies
Fred Garb of Aumsville, had trespass signs on the property
Fine Cigars and Tobacco
the mislortune of having his ■ antj they have been tom down
right leg broken at the ankle, an(j the fence has also been cut.
Hot and Cold Fountain Drinks
the resu t of being kicked by a jje wishes to take this opportun-
cow. Dr. Brewer is attending ¡ty Qf informing bathers that they
All Prices and Style Box Candy
will have to find some other place
Ralph Cole, who has been in which to exhibit their pretty«
working near Salem for som e. forms in the future
time, came home Sunday ana
will remain for a few days visit
Wheat Seven Feet Tall
ing his parents.
Philippi & Pieser have shipped
Talk about bumper crops, Mr. &***»**********•&*************»*************■*******}
a car load of sheep and hogs to Crause. who has a fine farm and
the Portland markets every week a large crop of wheat, has been
for some time. This week they exhibiting a sample of the grain
shipped a car of sheep.
that measures seven feet. There
Mrs. *P. D. Guth and little are a number of acres of this
daughter Thelma, who has been grain which is in a sort of a draw,
visiting at the E. D. Crabtree that is moist practically all
home for the past two weeks, the time, and is so heavy that it
j* j* j* O regon
returned to their home at Port was necessary to cut it with the m
mower for hay. The land is lo
land Tuesday morning.
J. F. Mielke has just received cated in the McAlpine district.
a fine line of 12 and 16 gauge.
Cord the stomach, washes out
Remington and W inchester pum p1 the bowele, drives ott impurities,
guns. Also Remington rifles helps the liver—it’s Hollisters
We buy' anything in the Produce
and single shot 22’s. Call and Rockv Mountain Tea. Take it
line from Cascara Bark to a
see these for excellent values.
once-a-week during hot weather
dressed cow. Will sell you any
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stayton and see how happy and contented
thing in the oMerchandise line
received an announcement this you’ll be. 35c. Tea or Tablets,
from a knitting needle to a new
week of the marriage of Luther Sloper’s Drug Store.
threshing machine. Come and see
Dunigan, who is well known
Lookout For Fire
here. The wedding took place
This is getting to be the dry-
i < California on July 19.
season. Rememl-er your insur
Pius Lulay went to Salem last ance. It is too late to get your
w k k where he is employed in auto insured after it has burned.
the McKenney loganberry yard. See Harry Humphreys for rates. \«++++*++ a a +« a + 4 * * 4 a a + a a + 4 a *+* a *+***++«*+******«*++**
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TRY IT ONCE
Revere Tires 15 per Cent Off
jClark’s Tire House
319 N. Commercial St.
J. A. HENDERSHOTT, Proprietor
Balsiger & Son
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 a pleasent ly sur
prising showing in the yeais to come
Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton,Oregon
Balsiger & Son, Jordan,