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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1919)
John Watson, who is working
Jordan Items i
Mr. F .M. Munkera is confined
to his home here on account o f it
being necessary for Dr. Brewer had a very near escape from be
E. J. PepperIInd and John
to amputate the greater portion ing killed one day this week. A Reister were Stayton thopars
¡o f one o f his feet, which had b e -fa llin g tree killed one o f the Friday.
come infected with gangrene, horses he was driving and in
Mr. F. Woodard o f Portland is
which was due to. a general jured the other one. John said: visiting at the home o f his blath
breaking o f hia health. Miss “ Just a little njore and tree er, W. Vv. Woodward, this week.
Eleneaor Willing is in attendance, would have struct me.”
Mr. Lloyd Kimball returned to
W. W. Mokler, who has been
Portland last Friday.
The evergreen berry season with the Mail in the mechanical
Miss Gladys Smith visited her
has lured several o f our towns department for the past five
cousin Merl Frost and his new
people to the woods and while months, has gone or a vacation, wife. Friday at Gooch.
they enjoy the outing they are so he says. He will attend the
Messrs N. W. and T. Thomas
making a little spending money. wedding of a ne*r relative while
called to Mehama Satur
Senator Hobeon returned from away and will also superintend day by the serious illness of their
an ipiting at Seaside, Tuesday. the selling o f some timberiarfd brother-in-law Mr. Krusee. He
The Senator said he enjoyed the that he has in Washington, He is reported some better at this
outing just like he used to and said on leaving: “ I f I have any writing.
time left I will enjoy myself.”
feels just a young as ever.
Mrs. Geo. Balseiger o f Lyons,
This leaves the Mail in the hands
The O. J. Ruble family, who o f the editor and “ His Satanic and Mrs. Lewis of Portland were
lived in Stayton for the past ten Majesty” — with a telephone di Jordan visitors Monday.
years, sold their home in th e ! rectory to finish, a lot of job
Mesdames H. Phillips, M.
nothern part o f town have gone ’ work to be turned out “ Right Petit, Miss Mable Petit and Earl
They expect to pronto” and the blamed old Phillips motored to Salem Sun
purchase a new home a few paper to get out BUSY? Well day afternoon.
miles frome Portland.
Since we guess!
Mrs. H. Shelton (aunt O llie,)
Caryl and Carl Ruble hgve finish
recently suffered a uaraly-
ed their high school work here,
tic stroke, is reported as slightly
Rev. J. S. Green will preach
the Rubles have thought it more
improved, but very poorly yet.
profitable to be rear the young in the Methodist church on Sun*
Sunday night during the elec
peoples future work.
day at 11 a. m. A t 8 p. m. there
storm Charles Salzel was
Miss Thelma Riggs o f Tacoma, will be no service in the chuich,
stunned which render
Wash, is here visiting friends but instead there wil! be a union
and relatives. This is Thelma’s service in the Baptist church at
first visit here since her leaving which we expect some minister
from the school for rural minis
about two years ago.
ters at Salem to preach.
Frank Potter and f a m i l y
W. J. Warren, Pastor.
accompanied bv Miss Ruth Me-
Cullock motored up from Port-
Mrs. Glen Neal and daughter
land Saturday night and remain- - spent a few days in town this j
ed here with relatives and friends! week. They went from here to
A new barber g'lop has beeu
Mill City for a visit with friends.
opened in the Yiulkey.building.
The Phillips house is being re
paired and painted.
It will be
, ready for a renter soon.
C. G. Gough is remodeling and
reshinglir.g his residence.
W c have several patterns of Ranges «that we desire
to close out. These Ranges are all made of the best
material throughout, with polish top, cabinet or
sanitary leg base. In order to move them quickly'
we have put on the following low prices:
Regular $101.50 20 inch óven
Deluxe Range now regular 596.50 16
Deluxe Range now regular $92.50 now
Regular $85.00 Range now
Regular $75.00 Range now
Trade in We Your
will allow you all they' are worth
Path e’s and
W in d s o r Talking Machines
Early Crawfords and Muirs
Emerson and A. B. Chase Pianoes
Mr. and Mrs. Siedel have gooe
to Seattle where they will make
their future home.
T H E K IN D F O R C A N N IN G
“500 Bushels of Best Quality”
The VA U G H A N
Abiqua Peach Orchard,
DRAG SAW MACH NE
Here is a chance to save SI
money by getting your
J Wagon and Buggy Tires Set
—with th e--
Hydrolic Cold Setter
Th ic^olS Setter saves 25 percent
over the old method o f setting.
We guarantee all cold settings.
We set tires hot at the old price
457 E til Main St.
W. A. Cladek, Prop.
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IN STAYTO N
N ew Perfection
Oil Cook Stoves
LILLY HARDWARE CO.
40 Pound Cotton Felt Mattress $13
The snappiest dance in the • >!
Managed by Paul Burris ;;
Highest Market Price Paid
Gentlemen - $1.00 3
LAD IE S FREE
Players a specialty
With Cherrington Piano House
WE S A V E YOU M O N E Y ”
People’s Furniture & Hardware Store
Ranges, Heaters and Oil Stoves
* W e will be glad to demonstróte to you
the wide range o f flame adjustment and
ease of New Perfection operation.
271 N . Commercial St., Salem. Oregon
United States and Pennsylvania Tires
Solid T ru c k T ire s
R etreadin g and R epair W o r k
N O TE :— The best equipped repair shop this side o f Portland.
Full Line of Accessories and Oils
219 N. COM’L ST.,
A number of Mehama people
attended the Lyons ice cream
flie r e was a large at
tendance and all report a good
The Mebama hotel is full and
Stouts a so have a number o f
Harold Haines, was slightly
injured while at \tfork in the
piling camp here this week.
Miss Stout was called Satur
day .to nurse L. Kimsey, who is
reported to be very sick.
A t the touch of a match you have a flame that will do
your cooking faster and without the dirt of ashes or kind
ling. You can also get instantly any slower cooking flame
you want, right down to lofc- simmering—a simple turn of
the hand wheel does it. The flame is always in plain
sight threugh the mica doors.
Received Every' Day~
Till 9 o’Clock p.m.
Have Glass Doors
Keep Walls Clean and Food Warm
W. A.'Cladek-s Brick Front Shop
I f you have wood to cut or wish to operate light machinery around
the farm you need one of these machines. Ask your dealer for
information or write to the
0o Mt. Angel-Silverton Road, at S ed Bridg:
Silver on Phone 811 \ Orchard Phone 293
Mr. Bob Mulkey is in Mehama
now and expects to move his
family here soon.
Mr. - and Mrs. Joe Ser.z and
daughter motored to Salem Tue#-
Miss Katherine Ryan o f N ew
port is visiting at the M. F.
Mrs. Arnold Sena and Mias
Mamie Laux o f Albany and M%8
Zora Ray and Mrs. Elmer Ray
and son called at the Mrs Roxie
Shank home Thursday.
Miss Maud Smith spout th#
week-end at the »H. R. Shank
Miss Mamie Laux returned
home Sunday after a weeks va
cation at the H. Senz home.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Shank and
son ard Miss Maud Smith called
on G. h. Ray Sunday eve.
Miss Verna Shank and Loyd
Kimball of Portland were Salem
There is to be a big picnic din
ner a the Mt. Pleasant church
Sunday Aug. 24th. Rev. Blair
o f Albany is to speak in the
morr ing and Rev. White also o f
Albany in the afternoon. Every
I one come and those that can
j brin.i a basket of eats.
1 \The Misses Gladys Downing,
Verna. Crystai and Bessie Shank
Hal Shelton motored to
i Salem Sunday.
Mrs. John Huber called at the
H. Montgomery home one day
Iym»k Lutz and wife and Harry
Lutz and w ife all o f Lebanon
motored to the P. H. Lambert