The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, October 02, 1919, Image 11

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Watch
Your
,W5
Children
Defective Sight
Dr. Fehlen and a number of
The Pheasants are ripe
Stavtonites
returned
from
the
Is One of the
Johnny get vour »run.
Hugh
Louie
hop
yard
10$
miles
Greatest
J. A. Hendershott was at Port­
below
Salem,
where
thev
spent
land this week.
Drawbacks to the Health and
18 days picking hops.
The Dr.
Remember Arizona Sunday at savs they had some trouble with
development of children. It
Star Theatre.
is many times responsible
the strikers but it didn’t last
for backwardness in school.
Roy Brenner of Lyons, was long. There were 117 pickers in
Perhaps y o u r youngster’s
transacting business here Satur­ Mr. Fehlen’s bunch from Stay-
vision
is faulty. It won’t
day.
ton and vacinity.
require
much etfort on your
A picture full of life and com­
Chas. Kossiter was in Portland
part
to
find
out and you will
edy at Star Theatre Friday and last week to attend the funeral
certainly be better satisfied
Saturday.
of his cousin, Mrs. Herbert Ros-
to know.
Byron Williams of Happy Hol­ siter who died very suddenly of
low, was transacting business in hemorage of the stomach. Mrs.
town Monday.
Rossi ter was well and favorably
Eye S ig h t Specialists
Carl Downing and little daugh­ known here and leaves a host of
O pposite i add £ Bush hank, 306
S ta te S t., Salem.
ter of the Waldo Hills, were friends to sympathize with her
415 3d S t.. MeMmville. O re., b e­
husband and daughter.
Stay ton visitors Saturday.
tw een U.S. and McMinville N a­
tional banks
Ed Schaefer and son of Port­
N o tice
land. visited here Sunday with
B. A. Schaefer and family.
Bids for operating the Stay-
Fourth Episode the Lure of
the Circus Wednesday, at Star ton Co-operative Switchboard for
Theatre, also that Bill Heart pic­ one year beginning Jan. 1. 1920,
will be received up to 2 o’clock
ture.
Mr and Mrs. Jack Johnson of p. m., Oct. 18, 1919. Address
Fox Valley, were business visi­ all bids to F. A. Bell. Sublimity,
or leave at Farmers & Merchants
tors in town Saturday.
Bank of Stayton. for him.
John Etzel and wife of Fern
Condition —All bids will be re­
Ridge, visited John’s father and ceived subject to article 7 of the
mother here Sunday.
by-laws of the association.
Mrs. Wilbur. Mrs. Dr. Brewer
Tl.e operator will be required |
and Prof. Ford are attending the to answer all calls, give courte­
State Library couvention at Sa­ ous treatm ent to all patrons, col­
Friday and Saturday
lem today.
G L O R IA JA Y
lect all long distance charges, re­
Wm. Brotherton who recently mit such per cent to Pacific States
- In—
sold his interest in the Lyons ¡Co. as directors may specify and "tTWiss ^ M isc h ie f cTWaker"
store, has moved back .to Stay- turn over the balance to the Sec­
SUNDAY
ton.
retary of the Stayton Co., also
DOUG FAIRBANKS in
The Christian Endeavor busi­ to collect U. S. Revenue and re­
—
R I Z O N tA —
ness meeting that was scheduled mit same to the proper officers j
WEDNESDAY
for Friday, October 3rd. has required by law. Also to untan­
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4th Episode —
gle
wires
on
main
line
in
city
been pastponed till Friday, Oct­
| limits. For further particulars “T h e L u r e o f th e C irc u s '
ober 10th.
apply to the undersigned.
—2 Reel Comedy Feature
Mr. and Mrs. George Nichols
A.
P.
Kirsch,
President
• BEHIND THE FRONT“
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Porter
Oct. 2 9
motored to Scio Sunday to visit
friends. Mrs. Nichols was for­
merly teacher in the Scio schools.
Will Allis and family are now
comfortably settled in their home
in the eastern part of town re­
cently purchased from W. H.
Hobson.
School
and Supplies
Inks in all Colors, Machine Pencil
Sharpeners, Rulers, Chalk, Tablets
Erasers, Typewriter Ribbon, Type­
writer Paper, PencilClips,Fountain
Pens, Pencils, Note Books, Loose
Leaf Note Books and
Henry E. Morris&Co.
Everything the
Students Needs
Star Theatre
Mrs. Fitz Goodman came over j
from Tacoma Tuesday of la s t,
week. Mr. and Mrs. Goodman
will spend the winter with Mrs.
Goodman’s father, W. F. Blake­
ly.
The R. J. Kusey sale last Mon- j
day was well attended and every- •
thing on the bill was sold a n d !
brought good prices.
George,
Keech was the auctioneer.
N otice
No hunting or trespassing will
be allowed on my farm. Tres­
passers will be prosecuted to the
full extent of the law.
Oct. 2-9
A. Forrett
Mr. I. J. Ruble of Milwaukee,
Oregon, is looking after business
m atters here this week.
Mr.
Ruble says they are delighted
witn. their new modern home.
Carl and Caryl have positions
in Portland and Greta is attend­
ing school.
Roy Myers and wife of P o rt-1
land spent last week here visit­
ing relatives. In company with
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gehlen they I
enjoyed an auto trip to Sweet |
Home. Sodaville and other places
Mr. and Mrs. Mvers left for,
their home Tuesday.
j StrayedIj
A 3 year old Sorrel
Gelding Colt, Solid
Color.
From my place at Mill City,
on Sept. 11. Finder please
notify M. H. Galvin, Mill
City. Oregon.
Slopers
j l 'S T W H A T YOU WANT may be
uttered in th is w eek 's w an t ad s a t a
bn rg aln . I t's a good Idea to look
them o ver every w eek.
GEM CONFECTIONERY
F irst C lass Confections.
H ig h G ra d e P u re C andies
Fine C ig ars and T o b acco
Hot and Cold Fountain Drinks
All Prices and Style Box Candy
Put It On
J. A. HENDERSHOTT, Proprietor
S tay to n ,
O reg o n
A man is known by the company he keeps—a store by the
customers it keeps—And we are migh y glad to be known that way.
You should prepare for cool weather “right now”—you have
a gentle reminder of it to-day.
THE STAYTON BAKERY
HOM E M ADE BREAD,
C A K E S A N D C O O K IE S
Bishop’s Overcoats
NO ORDER TOO U R G E
Have been chosen to cover the needs of all
men. Theo come in the following styles:
W aist Line
Belted Back
Full Belt
Single And
Double Breasted
Priced
—
K rom
$ 2 0 to $ 6 5 --------
We have in stock for your selection Men’s Rubpers, Umbrellas—in
fact everything for rainy weather.
Don’ t forget the “ Just Wright Shoes” for they are
Just Right in Quality and Price
“EVERY EAMILY IN MARION AND POLK COUNTIES A PATRON”
s a lem
Woolen Mills
store
C
E. K R A M E R , Proprietor
STA YTO N
OREGON
Save Today for To m o rro w ’s
Needs
Do you live “ from hand to mouth?’’
There is a Bystem of living whereby
Today may be made to provide
for Tomorrow—thin 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 pleasently sur­
prising showing in the yeais to come
Capital $50,000.00
Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stay ton,Oregon