The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, October 02, 1919, Image 2

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    RKeO.iT OKTIIK. CONDITICI» OK TUK
European demand is eating into
the limited American supply until
•t RfMytMfi. »’» tli*
of Orotfon, * t tb« d o * « the home folks «re groaning.
N o tice (t h ereby g iv e n th a t the un-
o t b » .il* «* 'Mot, 11 IVI*
der«inned h av e been duly appointed by
The weirdest part of the per­
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thu (bounty C o u rt o f the S ta te o f O r e ­ Loft' -« »»»<1 «Si*«:c>u
9’UH '¥(7 49 formance is the fact that Ameri­
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go n , for the C ounty o f M arion, ax F x - O ffr irrU» « * -irril « n i »iti* •tlirafd
can capital is largely financing
varrà fitti............................
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ecu tor* o f the lust w ill* ami teatam enta
. Npriirut««, JttdgeflMttU« « 1 « ,..
1 .*•»*■ f i the operations o f
the foreign
o f Jitiniyt W illia m T a y lo r and Rachel
Bai 'J'iic b ou » . . . . ..................................
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buyers.
Yet
we
can’t
decline to
'I'aylor, d ec ea sed , and th a t they have Pur uh tir? »¡ut flxiKf«*
4 0 0
duly qualified aa aurh e x e cu to r*.
AH l>ij( i foni •{•(>.ov«>*] rvM*rv« Intuita.. I & 14 give them credit because
we
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portion« h av in g claim « a g a in st the e s­ Cli< *’U# 011*1 iifber i'Mh l terna..
must
sell
our
surplus
in
order
to
0 « * h «»11 liand
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30 ¿£3 04
ta te « o f «aid dependent* are hereby
C u»t»n;"f’• Listili ty Account
avoid extremely low pnees, panic
notified to p re a c n i the s a m e to u« a t
of A*1» «ulani-«**
1*790 00
4M €l and unemployment at home.
S ta y to n , O r e g o n , duly verified a* by ■Ol’iir riMM /r.«......................................
By regulating and, if necessary,
law required, w ithin six m onth« from
T otal ............ ........ *........... t o w . m io
the d ate o f thi« notice.
prohibiting
exports in certain
Li a m u n ì? -.
D ated a t S ta y to n , in M arion C ou n ty, CfftltM I aio li 1 »Aid In ................. ..
9 f4 )/ mio 00 altogether the Federal Govern­
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O r e g o n , th i* 8th d ay o f S ep te m b e r, H.iif.lu * futld....................
ment could, within a very short
r.idiv pdaB protiiM................ *...........
i 1919,
Ir m «' (p e n iti muti ut Me* p#»ld
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time,
bring about a material re­
John S te w a r t T ay lo r
Indivi
et u* clock spi,ma m j
duction
in the price level. But
Josep h C edgerw ood T a y lo r,
IN'BU» »d fortifient*:* of <J«pO«lt.
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K xecu tors o f the I,a «t W ills and T e s t a ­ Cf r i Ifiud check«..... .............. .
We have been
722 V i j would it pay?
1*1.276 87 j clamoring for foreign trade, for
m en ts o f J a m e s W illia m T a y lo r and Timo tisi ihviiiKi l>cp«>eiiii ...
I l l u n i of Credit
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Rachel T a y lo r , d eceased.
increased world markets. Now
T o t a l ......, ........
A . O , C ondit and Ronald C. G lov er, A t ­
9648*8X3 10 ! is our chance to obtain them.
If
to r n e y 's fo r th e e s ta t e s , S a le m , O regon. *41« I** of O rcfoti t
we place an embargo on exports,
W e B u y , Sell and Exchange all K in d s of Fu rn itu re ,
j bou n ty of M arloni
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we immediately obtain lower
l , J . W MAYO* < u lilcro flh e ilRive named
—Stoves, E tc .—
i*ank «to «oltmniy »wwir that the above «iate- prices at home and lose the mar­
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»* true* to flu* be*t of my know led«« and kets we will need a little later
j I nf II**I.
I . W . Mayo, Caahler.
when world production is more
subMTiix-d and »worn to before me thin 18 th nearly normal.
1 <Uy ol Sept. )»I9.
¿O T E C T IO
Yet it should be possible, by
V1KUIL H MASSEY.
Koiary public the supervision and regulation
C O M F O P J
of exports, to keep prices from
My C' rniulMton exp ire March 12.I»l».
] Correct- A tic«':
s e r v ic e
going too high. Other nations
A. It. (f.kl.XKK
are doing it.
Argentine has
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[a re th e t h in g s th a t co a n t
placed
an
embargo
on the expor­
J. V. 1UTTIU
! w h e n it r a in s . t i & T
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tation of sugar; Britain has pro­
l.lr w 'o r * .
l o w e r s ,&
hibited the exportation of leather
from India except to the domains
of the British Empire. If the
It is the foreign bidding, super­ Federal Government would adopt
s a y 3 the G o o d Judf?
a similiar policy, if it would con­
BRM®
imposed on the tremendous home tinue to control the volume of
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REFLEX
; demand that is driving price? be­ exports, prevent speculative ex­
The toh se co fhtit
yond the cirrus clouds. During ports and use the embargo with
h a v e m a d e good
you ino n. ;s.' '
the war lack of tonnage, import discretion, the price level could
sin ce IÒJÓ
'and export regulations held the at least be held stationary until
chew !•. ho Ir *.1 ?: a
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the sharp edge is taken from
volumn and the price down. Europe’s hunger for American
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saves
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Now practically every restriction commodities.—Walter V. Woe-
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don’t
is removed and the insatiable hike in October Sunset.
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Execslsr*’ Notice ot ApfOÛüMit
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Farmers and Merchants Bank
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“We Can Save You Money"
F ra n k
3 7 7 Court St.
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th is
Salem, Oregon
EXPORTS HOLD HP PRICES
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TH E R E A L T O S A . O C C h ü W
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R IG H T C U T is a sbort-cut tobacco
W-Ü C U T is a-lorn* finc-cut tobacco
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NEW BARRELS ON HAND
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< Oregon Fire Relief Association
Agent \ Farmers Fire^Relief of Butteville, Ore.
New Jersey Firte Insurance Co.
for
Mutual Life Insurance Co. o f New York
' Fire Association, Philadelphia
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PHONE 2025
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Indigestion
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Now that you have a good
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ciop of apples, why not ?• ve
them?
Bring them to the
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Automobile Insurance
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Harry Humphreys
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Handle Everything In
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AUTO ELECTRICIANS
IGNITION AND
r ^0 YOU KNOW that indigestion can be cured,
kJr permanently cured, so that you can cat any
kind o f food that you crave? It has been done
not only once, hut in almost every case when Cham­
berlain’s Tablets are used. An instance: Mr. J.
Pominville, Stillwater, Minn., who had spent over
$?.t 090.00 for medicine and treatment was perma­
nently cured by these tablets.
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BATTER Y WORK Î
263 N. Com. St.
Rjight Now is
Salem
Phone 413
Oregon
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H e re is a ch a n ce to
m o n ey by p u ttin g your
— w ith
“ H E A T E R ”
$ You need it these cco! mornings
We have them in all sizes
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J. Wagon and Bugjy Tires Set
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Time to Get Your
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OUR FURNITURE LINE IS COMPLETE
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LILLY HARDWARE CO.
Hydrolic Cold Setter
W . A .'C l a d e k ’s Brick Front Shop
T h e Cold S e t te r sa v es 25 p e r c e n t
o v e r th e
m eth od o f se ttin g . •
W e g u a ra n te e all cold se ttin g s.
W e s e t tir e s hot at the old price
old
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W . A. Cladck, Prop.
THE U N I V E R S A L C A R
WlMlllMraMlllMr4ail4MMM«)l
f
40 Pound Cotton Felt Mattress $13
Probably there ia noother ear that every day
in the year meets the demand o f the physician
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the car is changed from a closed car to an open
car.
Equipped with an electric starting and
lighting system, demountable rims with 3 j’j
inch tires all around anil embodying all the
established merits and economies o f the l ord
car. Let us look after your Ford car and you
will get genuine Ford parts and skilled work-
manship.
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Peter Deidncn,
AGENT
Stayton
Oregon
FLOUR
R E -S A L E
The United States
Grain Corporation
Arm ouces that it w ill sell
"S t r a ig h t ” grade flou r, to all
purchasers, in carload lots, in
140 lb. ju te saoks. irross w t..
delivered to r.m R ailw ay Sta
tion in Zone ¡0, com prising
the S tates o f O regon, W ash­
ington and Idaho, at not to
ex ceed $10.(>0p>ir hhl. net cash.
Purchasers ’vill he supplied
from nearest, m ailable mill,
which may ’ exult in slight sav­
ing fo r bu y ers’ ecsount.
Reduced
Prices on
AND
SAUCER
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20 Cts.
Ranges, Heaters and Oil Stoves
“ WE SA V E YOU M O N E Y ”
People's Furniture & Hardware Store
271 N . Commercial St„ Salem. Oregon
SALEM’S
TIRE MAN
'JACK
W holesale erii i'’ M’ UV; profits on
s u c h f lo u r m i " t n t e x c e e d 7 V p er
bid. snd ret itloi
,>rofii must not
exceed S t.ft pci f'K'.
Address all
cations to
United States Grain
Corporation
5 1 0 B o a r d r.f T r a d e io u iid in g
Portland, Oregon
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United States and Pennsylvania Tires
Solid Truck Tires
Retreading and Repair W ork
NOTE:—The best equipped repair shop this side of Portland.
Full Line o f Accessories and Oils
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N . C O M 'L . S T
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SALEM . O RE
At the pesent time fourty one
outside students hsve registered
for the high school year, and
several more are expected in the
near future.
The students who
have registered from other dis­
tricts are: Cole Dist., Maysel
Montgomery, Nina Darby; Fox
Valley, Isabella Sureny, George
Sureny, Hazel Phillips; Jordan.
Claire Thomas, Duane Crabtree;
McOully Mt., Kate Kuiken, Sar­
ah Kuiken, Anna Kuiken, Milton
Rice, Ausmond Rice; Mt. Pleas­
ant, Earnsst Aegerter; Queener,
Gerald Findley, Reva Findley,
Arthus Kelly, Margaret Hensley;
Weasel Flat, Willie Prichard,
Milly Prichard; Douglas county,
Lyle Ice; Marion county, North
Santiam, Frank Schofield, Edna
Hupp, Philip Weisenberger; Oak
Ridge, Gilbert Worums; Sublim-
itp, Edward Bell, Edith Hurt,
Clara Minden, Leo Odentahl,
Lawrence Smith, Margaret Sch-
ultebein; Union Hill, Wallace
Neal Stella Gilmore, Veda Scott;
West Stayton, Alta Hayes, Ollie
Braden, Hattie Dively; Rocky
Point, Mabel Frank, Earl Down­
ing, Edith Fresh, Ethel Fresh,
Marion Fresh.
A student body meeting was
held Monday for the purpose o f
electing a secretary-treas. and a
chairman for the executive com­
mittee.
Edward J. Bell was
unamiously elected secy-treas.,
and Mr. Fora received the unan­
imous ballot for chairman.
The gymnasium classes were
organized this week. The girls
will use Monday and Wednesday
for practice and the boys will
meet on Tuesday and Thursday
evenings of each week.
At a meeting of the sophmore
class the following officers weie
elected: Pres. Cecil Schaefer;
vice-pres., Rosa Allis; sec-treas.,
AlmaNendel; sergeant at arms,
Melford Allen: member execu­
tive committee, Wallace Neal
The following officers o f the
Freshman class heve been elect­
ed: President, Gilbert Worums;
vice-president Margaret Hensley;
secy-treas., Edith Hurt; sergeant
at arms, Frank Scofield; member
executive committee, Giles Brown
Margaret Schaefer who is a
graduate of Stay tan High, visit­
ed the school Monday.
Mrs. Lau was a high school
visitor Monday.
Edwin Keech called at the Hi
school Tuesday.
He graduated
with the class of ’19 and is go­
ing to attend college at the Uni­
versity of Oregon this winter.
The Stayton schools will be
closetj Thursday evening so that
the teachers and students will be
able to attend the fair Friday
and Saturday.
Miss Ruby, the Primary teach­
er, will spend the week end with
her sister in Salem.
Lucile Tucker, a student of the
W’illamette University, is teach­
ing in the 5th and 6th grade
room this week.
Miss Walker,
the former teacher is in the hos­
pital for a minor operation and
will not be able to return to her
work for two weeks.
Notice to Apple Gi
I have installed a c
at the Woolen Mills \
can make your cider 1
own a p p l e s at a i
charge. The press is
all times.
J. P.
Henry Talman. o f Oakland,
California, was here Inst week
visiting friends in Happy Hollow
district. Mr. Talman was a resi-
kent of this part o f the country
and moved to California five
years ago, for his wife’s health.
He reports Mrs. Talman is ranch
better in the sunny south.
FOR SALE Two Holstein cows,
one fresh and one soon to be
fresh, ( ha?. Hettinger, Sublim­
ity..
Sept. 11-18