The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, September 18, 1919, Image 8

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Mayor Murphy was in Port-
fumd lor a few days last week.
Bertvl Bates returned from
JHill's camp last Friday.
Third Episode o f ’ ’The Lure of
th e Circus” Wednesday Oct. 1st.
Mrs. Wrii. Cornish and M"s.
jVIgie Muruhy were Salem visit­
ors last Saturday.
Q. N\. Humphreys of Victor
Point, was in town the that of
.the week.
The young son of John Thomn
has fully recovered from a re­
cent operation for the removal
o f tonsiis a <1 adenoids.
f
Mrs. Rice and children o f L y ­
ons. im\e moved into the Andy I
Cornish ho.:s, in the north onri
of town. The children Will at­
tend sol ool here this winter.
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Gerald Finley came down from
Hill’s logging camp last week
FLOUR
RE-SALE
A number of young people ■ E
from here and Sublimity attend­
F!
ed the Foltz wedding fiance at
Jordan Tuesday evening. They
.all reixjrt a good time.
Messrs Lynott and Williams
'h e railroad promoters, returned
from Portland the first of the
week where they have been con-
ferin g with other railroad officials
Don’ t Forget that mysterious
picture “ The Silent Witness”
Friday and Saturday at Star
Theatre.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McKenney
-and son James, of Salem. Miss
Lena Mize and ye editor and
fam ily motored to Sodaville Sun­
day where the day was spent
pteniemg and tanking up on the
water from the famous spring.
K. C. Calivan and w ife were
Sere from Oregon City last week
visiting with Mrs. Calivan’s par­
en ts, Mr. and Mrs. Burmester.
sin the Blue Den district, and also
friends in Stayton.. They return­
ed to Oregon City, Saturday,
where Mr. Calivan is working in
the paper mills.
Elsewher in the columns of
tfe" Mail will be found a combina-
:iir.p subscription offer. Readers
« 1 tike Mail who are in arears,
w i'l have an opportunity to re­
new anti get the Portland Tele­
gram and the Mail both for one
year for $4.75. This applies to
j^ew subscribers as well as old.
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Store
School
Books
and Supplies
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Friday u: d Saturday
• THE SILF' IT W ITNESS
some time.
He will attend high
Several Stayton P'o> le attend­ school here this winter.
e d tl'.e Linn county ‘ air at Stio,
Last week Dr, Beauchamp re­
moved the tonsils and adenoids
tthis week.
Mrs. Ethel Malone of the Ho.v- from Vivian and Olin Davie and
«11 district, is reported on the! Neva Titus, of Stayton. and from
Walter Allen of Mil 1 City. Dr.
.sick list.
Mrs. Wm. Nei 'Jell and daugh­ . .o:'.-,.- of Svi«-, adì:: mistered the
ters Miss Alma and Vi t. <i>* > t aesthetic.
Mrs. Mason Bishop and little
L»si wtek with relatives in Salt n
daughter,
Henrietta, have return-
4 Leo Luly who has been work-
Itijr near Salem during \acation. etl home alter a pleasant week
in Eugene \¡siting Miss Helen
returned home last Sunday.
Moore. Miss Moore is a former
Read the Millinery ad of Mrs.
Salem girl, being a graduate of
I)en a Mack in this week’s Mail.
the local high school and of the
Henry Benson, one of the pros Williamette U u i v e r s i t y. She
gaerous farmer* o f Fern Ridge, will teach in the Stayton High
w a s a Stayton caller Monday.
School this winter. Sari m Capi­
Read the combination offer of tal Journal.
the Mail and Portland Telegram
in another part c f the Mail 1 1 is
week.
I). M. Dol! is handling the mail
on route No. 2 while Leo Rock
is taking his vacation.
T h e United States
Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Chrisman
o f Linn county, were visiting
G rain Corporation
friends here the first of the week.
Annouces that it will .-«ell
"StrMiifht" Kr.iiir flour, to all
Rem em ber!the “ Silent W it­
pnrohHsers, in carload lots, in
14U lb. jute sacks. cross w t..
ness” Friday and Saturday at
delivered to any Railway Sta
Star Theatre.
tion in Zone 10, comprising
the States o f Oregon, W --ii-
Finley’s wood saw from Linn
ii'Kton and Idaho, at nof to
■county, has been in our midst
exceed $ 10.00 per bbl. n.4 < -h.
Purchasers will tie supo ed
the past week cutting wood for
from nearest available . II,
S tas ton people.
which n.ay result in slight >v-
mg for buyers' account.
Human hair switchrs, a new
W h o le s a le anti jobhim e i>rei ' . on
such flo u r m u .i n o t e x cee *i T her
selection just received.
I can
bbl- ami retailer's p ro ln m ust no*
e x c e e d $1.25 per hbl.
match any shade.
Mrs. Dena
A d d ress all co m m u n ica tio n , to
Alack.
U nited States G rain
Mr. and Mrs. H. Lilly left
Corporation
Thursday for a visit at Spokane,
510 Board of «Trade Building
Portland, Oregon
Washington and Pendleton where
-they will take in the Big Round-
Up. They will visit Seattle on
th eir return.
J. H. Hutchinson, the Mutual
L ife Irsuravce man, was looking
a fte r business here Tuesday. Mr.
fiutchinson has recently return­
ed from a trip to Montrael, Can.,
where he attended the National
convention.
Star T heatre
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Inks in all Colors, Machine Pencil
Sharpeners, Rulers, Chalk, Tablets
Erasers, Typewriter Ribbon, Type­
writer Paper, Pencil Clips, Fountain
Pens, Pencils, Note Books, Loose
Leaf Note Books and
Western Picture
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.it : dan Items
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Macintosh went
Mrs
to 1 t' .
Saturday for ia few
day 's visit.
Mr. F Baiseiger and w ife
wi re (.allers at the H. Phillips
home Sunday afternoon.
Mis. Arbuckle and daughter
called oi Mrs. Nortmad Sunday
evening.
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Everything the
Students Need;
Miss l’earl Crimea of Salem,
visited friends hero Sunday.
Mr. Chris But mister is now
haulii
nilk to the cheese fac­
tory. I ;.ving taken Ed I’epper-
ling’s place.
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Proeiiects are good for .Jordan
to have electric lights soon. A
movement is on foot to put in a
plant here.
We understand Mr. Herman
Foltz nd Miss Roydt were mar­
ried at Stayton Tuesday.
Here
is for a long and happy life to
them both.
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Sloper’s
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Drug
Store
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£ Ik Bring your
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^Evergreen
Blackberries
Baptist Church
Preaching every second and 1
fourth Sundays of each month.
To Us.
We Pay the Top
? morning and evening. Morning
Price in .Cash
services at 11 a. m. and evening
CRATES FU RNISH ED
services at 8 p. m.
| Doll’s Cash Store
S. L. Boyce, Pastor.
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Woolen Mills Store
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G E M C O N F E C T IO N E R Y
First Class Confections.
High Grade Pure Candies
F ine Cigars and Tobacco
j JSV.^l“ch Su
nday
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Hot and Cold Fountain Drinks
All Prices and Style Box Candy
J. A. HENDERSHOTT, Proprietor
Stayton,
Oregon
THE STAYTON BAKERY
EXPANSION
H O M E M AD E BREAD,
C A K E S A N D C O O K IE S
NO ORDER TOO LARGE
C
E. K R A M E R , Proprietor
STAYTO N
OREGON
T h e demand made on our store for goods has been unprecedented and in
order to meet this demand we have annexed the adjoining building giving us
omple roo n.
Furthermore w e have sent our buyer to the Eastern CInthing Markats
Save Today for Tom orrow 's
Needs
and he has just returned, having made large and Special Purchases of M en’s
Doyou live “ from hand to mouth?”
Suits and Overcoats of the very latest and newest models.
SALEM
WOOLEN MILLS
STORE
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There is a system of living whereby
Today may bo 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 pleasontly sur­
prising showing in the yeais to come
Capital $50,000.00
Farmers & Merchants
$ Bank of Stayton,Oregon