The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, October 02, 1919, Image 5

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t S f e S T A Y T O N M A I L CLASSIFIED ADS.
Chas. S. Clark, Editor and Proprietor
Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year in Advance
_______Advertising Rates Made Known Upon Application
Millinery Special
Truck for hire afternoons, see
H. C. Foltx, Stayton. Aug 21 4t
400.000.
600.000.
Smart or Bum, if Sore,
Irritated, Inflamed or
often. S o o th e s, R e fre sh e s. Safe ior
Infant or Adult. At all Druggists. Write for
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Battery Repair Parts, New
Batteries & Service Batteries
H eater S
Our repair work gunmn-
t*e«l to atami up.
WiHanl Wood ioaulat««!
batterie» are guaranteed
•boohltej) for on* year.
Rubber Thread maulation
fur a year and a half.
Now is the time to buy that new heater
while our stock is complete
Auto Electric Shop
DE( G : A BURRELL
41ft Court Street.
I'h»ne 203
Heater similar to
cut burns w o o d
or coal, has pol­
ished steel body.
Full cast top. bot­
tom and linings.
We have this heat­
er in all wood
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about Sept. lat.
Salem, O reg on
E x p ert
L ig h tin g and
Service*.
S ta r lin g
Open week deyi Uli V p m.
Sunday* (III 12
H. A. B EAU C H AM P,M .D .
Physician and Surgeon
STAYTON.
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OREGON
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
S tayton , O regon
Our Prices
As Usual are
W . N. Pintler, D. M. D.
DENTIST
Always the Lowest
Trade in Your Old Goods
Office Opp. Lancefleld Shoe Store
Iffione 2152
Stavton. Ore
V. A. GOODE
LAWYER and NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Room No. 6, Roy Hldg.
H. H. I I E L T 2 E L
OREGON
S ALEM ,
Altornev-xt-I.xw- Notary Public
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
-J . M. RINGO -
“ THE CLADEK GARAGE”
STAYTON
AND MACHINE SHOP
VETERINARY SURGEON
DENTAL EXPERT
A N D B R A Z IN G
000.00
N o tic e t o A p p le G r o w e r s
I have installed a cider p ress
100, 000, 000.00
100 per cent at the Woolen Mills where you
can make your cider from your
67 per cent own a p p l e s at a reasonable
1,600,000.00 charge. The press is ready at
J. P- Wilbur
4,000,000.00 all times.
25 per cent
OVERHALL CARS
Calls Answered Day or Night
Phone--Res. 3X24
FIX FORE S
All Kinds of Repairing done at
Reasonable Rates
OREGON
STAYTON
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
Battery Charging. All kinds of assessories.
Gas and Oils for sale
SESTAK
&
TH OM AS,
Proprietors.
All my work is Guaranteed First Class
CHAS. CLAD EK,
OREGON
Dr. Paul Fehlen
A C ETY LEN E WELDING
Highest Market Price Paid For Fai Slack
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
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ÏRAR, UNIVERSI 1Y OF OREGON, EUGENE, OREGON.
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Fresh,Salt & Cured Meats^
Lard, Creamery Butter
STAYTO N , ORE.
Pastor W. J. Warren
YOUR £ Y t J Granulat'd,uaeMurine
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KOIINIi THU* TICKETS 11«Mill
OREGON
STAYTON
Anyone wanting a young calf
000.00
call on Floyd Crabtree.
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Services at 11 n. m. and 8:00
p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.
Services 2nd 4th and 5th Sun* Epworth League 7:30 p. r;.„
Prayer meeting on Wednesday
iys at 8:30 a. m.
in the parson'gc at 8 p. m.
Rev. Fr. Lainck. Pastor
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MRS. DENA MACK
FOR SALE—Seven hogs about
4 months old. Pete Barkmeyer
Sublimity, Phone 661 Oct. 2-29
St. Marys Church
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t H n li NurtKhuond Train
Smart Trimmings. They are 1 O 50
Real Qassy from $9.00 to » y -L O s
Methodist Church
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High Grade Hats, Late Models,
The nation is face to face with a radical labor autocracy
which threatens to crush and destroy with as ruthless a hand as
Preaching every second and
did ever German military autocracy. The so-called labor leaders,
fourth
Sundays o f each month,
drunk on their own power are ignoring the greatest force in the
morning
and evening. Morning
world, namely, public opinion. A few more police strikes, a few
services
at
11 a. m. and evening
more steel strikes and a few more shipyard strikes will awaken
this nation to the danger threatening it under the guise of a labor services at 8 p. m.
movement.
| Sunday school each Sunday]
morning at 10 a. m.
S. L. Boyce, Pastor.
A man back east has invented a new kind of a manure
spreader, and does not know what to name it. We would suggest
that he call it “ Woodrow”
Night aod Morning.
15 . 1919
AUTO STAGE
THEY ARE GOING AT
Baptist Church
Hove Clean, Healthy
E y te If th*y Tire, Itch,
June
I Have Three Dozen Up-to-Date Hats
Just the thing for Fair week
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Right Smart Timmings.
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FOR SALE— Piano nearly a s
Frank E. Packard, assistant Attorney General of North Da- good as new, will sell for part,
kota, shows how the North Dakota farmers will pay for the Non- cash and terms, or will take one
Partisan League socialistic schemes:
or two good cows.
Cramers, 1
Average taxes paid on quarter section of North
mile from Stayton on West Stay-
Dakota farm land, 1918
$
35.07 ton road.
Oct. 2 tf
Average taxes to be collected this year, 1919, on
FOR RENT—Six room house.
59.92
quarter section of fai m land
Dr.
Brewer, Stayton. Sept 25tf
Increased cost to farmers per 160 acres farm land
24.85
Total assessed valuation of North Dakota property
for 1919
Raised by Non-Partisan League officers for ’ 19 to
Assessed valuation of farm lands, town and city
lots under the Non-Partisan scheme
Increased valuation placed on farm land
Proportion of assessed value against farm lands,
town and city lots
Taxes levied for state purposes in 1918
Taxes levied for state purposes in 1919
Increase of
C h a fe oí Schedule, Elective
Mill City--Stayton--Salem
W A N T E D -car o f drv fir wood.
Give price f. o. b. nearest sta­
tion. Ernest Flake. Salem. Ore­
gon.
Sept. 11-18
Fartifi Advertising Represented ky Tbe American Press AssodatiM
Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Stax ton, Marion WANTED—email second h a n d
bounty, Oregon, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1S79.
cook stove, apply at Stayton
Address all Communications to The Stayton Mail
Bakery at once.
Sept, l l t f
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I FOR SALE -one span light bay
horses, wt. about 1500 and 1700
For Mothers
' pounds. Price $275.00 cash, or
______________________________________________________ __ I will trade for cattle or sheep.
Geo. Schulte. Sublimity.
Among the measures which did not get to a vote in the last
Sept. 11-Oct. 2
Congress was the one known as the “ rural mothers and babies
FOR SALE—Five acres field corn
bill.” It is a pity that such a law didn’ t get on the federal statute
at a bargain. Write Floyd Crab­
books. It belongs there. Possioly the only legitimate excuse given
tree Stayton or phone 8X2. -
for its nonpassage was the extraordinary quantity of post war
Sept. 11 tf.
measures demanding congressional attention.
And so a much needed bill fell by the wayside, never emerg- bOR RENT or SALE Modern
from the committee pigeon hole. Now the measure is being re- house in Stayton. helix Van Er-
written and will be introduced in the winter session o f this con- men, Stayton.
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gress. Julia C. Lathrop, chief o f the Children’s Bureau o f the U. ] HAVE twenty-five fine Shrop-
S. Department of Labor, instrumental in the initial introduction of shire ewes to let out on shares,
the bill, is aiding in getting it before the present Congress.
Inquire of B. A. Schaefer, S tay-
The new bill is expected to provide for an annual appropria- ton. Oregon.
Sept, l l t f
tion amounting to $ 2 , 000 . 000 . which is to be divided among the j
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states putting up like amounts, the whole to be spent “ in instruc- UHEET SEE1 - ror sale. Gar-
tion in the hygiene of maternity and infancy through the public ret ^oliev' Stayton. Oregon. SIS
health nursing, consultation for mothers and infants at home or at k a NCH FOR RENT - 235 acres
a hospital where necessary, especially in remote areas.
in Lint) county, 100 acres under
The first bill made it very clear that the money should be cultivation, located 5 miles from
spent “ in the promotion o f such instruction and care in RURAL railroad. $400 rent per year, will
districts.
rent for year or more, address F.
The authors o f the original measure recognized the fact that a . Siegmund. Rt. 1, Stayton.
expectant mothers in large cities were near hospitals, within quick Oregon.
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call of nurse and physician, and near other and experienced wo- -*• —-7 --- :------------- .""*7 . '
men in her neighborhood
Also, they realized the fact that in j Stfy to n .^ ^ ' ¡ ^ [ 00 ^ 0 ! ? Jordan . 1
rural communities, especially on farms, and in
remote areas Crates furnished, See H. C.
women often are compelled to await the coming of baby without Foltz, Stayton.
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any assurance that a physician can be summoned hastily, or that a
FOR SALE—Registeree C o t s -
nurse may be secured.
well
Buck sheep. Price $20, ap­
These mothers OF ALL WOMEN most need instruction in
ply to P. P. Crabtree. Kingston,
the hygiene of maturnity and infancy.
They cannot hurry to a
hospital. Often hours elapse before the nearest physician—often Phone 134._________ Sept. 11-18
miles distant—may answer a call.
Neighbors, too, are far re­ FOR SALE—Good grade Billie
goats, 1 Red polled bull calf about
moved. Nurses unobtainable.
This may have a lot to do with the high death rate: At least 7 months old. Call or write Cro-
16.000 women die every year in the United States from childbirth, isant Bros., Lyons, Ore. Oct.2-23
and unaccounted thousands suffer impairment of health from cus­
FOR SALE--W hite L e g h o r n
ses related to maternity.
Cockrel chickens hatched from
One quarter of a million babies die every year Within 12
O.A.C. e g g s i n March. Roy;
month of birth. At least one half of these deaths occur within the
Crabtree, Lyons, Ore. Oct. 2-16
first six weeks after birth. The maternal death rate is higher in
the United states than in 13 other principal countries. It is higher FOR SALE—40 acres 3 miles
in rural districts than in cities. Over sixty per cent of American from Stayton, new buildings, on
rock road, price $3500, $1000 cash
babies are born in rural communities.
Now you see why the original bill provided that all the balance time. W. H. Stevelev
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money should be spent in behalf of the rural mother, The new , Oct. 2-9
bill should be drawn along the same lines—FOR THE RURAL
FOR SALE—Mohawk steel range
MOTHER. And the congressman from this district owe 3 it to the
6 lids, reivoir and warming oven,
mothers, and the mothers to be, of this district, to exert his in­
in first class shape, price $50.00.
fluence in so shaping the proposed legislation. Why not write and
W. H. Steveley.
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tell him so? or cut out this editorial and send it to him, with your
FOR SALE— 12 nice pigs ready j
name and address!
to wean. E. D. Philippi, Stay-
ton.
Oct. 2-9
North Dakota Socialism Expensive
Hamman Auto Stage
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bjr lo c a l a p p lic a tio n «. •• th ey ca n n o t re a ch
the* d leeased p o rtio n o f th * ear.
T h a r« is
o n lv on * w a y to cu re c a ta r r h a l d ««fn * s s ,
•nd th a t la by a c o n s titu tio n a l rem ed y.
C a ta rrh a l D e a fn e s s la cauaed by a n In­
flam ed co n d itio n o f th e m u oou s lin in g o f
th a K u atachlan T u b e
W h en thla tuba IS
Inflam ed you h a va a r u m h llp f aound o r lm*
p e r fe c t h e a rin g , an d w h en It Is en tirely
cloaad, D eafncaa la the reault.
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Infla m m a tion » an be re d u ced an d th is tuba
re sto re d to Its n o rm a l co n d itio n , h e s r ln c
w ill ha d e e tro y e d for« ver.
M any ca s e s o f
d eafncaa a re » auard b y c a ta r th . w h ic h IS
nn Inflam ed c o n d itio n o f th e m u cou s su r­
fa ce
H a ll's c a t a r r h M ed icin e a c t s thn*
th e b lo o d o a th e m u co u s s u rfa ce s o f t b s
system
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