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Santiam Woolen Mills
FOR EXPERIENCED HELP.
Position! are open to women to learn Weaving—
Spinning and finishing for whom Competent
teachc ’3 of the work are here from Portland.
From two to four beginners can be taken on
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ROUND TRIP TU'KKTH OOOD
KliK THIRTY HATH
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W r enrtv • rompi«It lino of
Battery Repair Parts. New
Batteries & Service Batteries
Our repair work guariui-
teeil lo h I mih I up.
VViiluril Wood iruuilated
liât te neu are guaranteed
ntxuilutelv for one year.
Rubber Thread «naulation
for a year and a half.
We will offer our entire stock of General Merchandise, Dry Goods,
etc., to the Public at a
Auto Electric Shop
DEGT.E A BURRKLL
23* N. Hitch Street.
Will he lofa ted at 23X N. ll.g h S t,
about Sept. Ut.
S a le n t, O r e g o n
Everything in our Jordon Store will go at this discount.
Expert Lighting and
O f e n w eek day« till * p. m
Sundeya oll I.
W e have many Bargains that will interest you
H. A. BEAUCHAMP,M.D.
C O M E A N D L O O K US O V E R
CiiyyilAhl rcsUt* 4. • *!«
ic s in :
Physician and Surgeou
C. H . B R EW ER ,
PHYSICIAN AND SlJltUKON
S tayton , O regon
W . N. Pintler, D. M. D.
T ruck t o r H ire :-t a n / time.
O rt. IS tf.
MARION A l’TO CO., a g e n ts for
S tu d e b a k e r. O ldsm oblle and P ra n k -
fn. Opoosite M arion Hotel. Op»n
day and night.
O ther Opp. Lancrfleld Shce S to re
S lav to n . Or»
“ THE CLADEK GARAGE"
AND MACHÍNE SHOP
V. A. GOODE
FOR S A L E .— B u irg T ou rin g Car— •
1914 model. In excellent ru n n in g
condition. H a s had best of care—
m echanically A t .
in q u ir e o r w rite
E d w a rd S m ith. Sublim ity. Ore., Oct.
LAWYER and NOTARY PUBLIC
OfTre R > i No. *1. Rny llhlg.
5S. i f . l i K K ' l y ' K L
FOK SALE Stump puller, with
130 feet of 3-4 inch oanle. Price
?50.00. W. L. McKenney. lit. 6
Bx. I2l, Salem.
FOR^SALE — 3 cow s and 3 heifers ,
com ing fresh In the spring. Nick
W ielder. I % m iles northeast of Sub
Nov i:«-I>ee. 4.
Attorncv-at I.aw-Notary Public
All Kinds of Repairing dons at
For Sale or Tr-.de— One four year
old colt, will sell cr tm d e for cattle.
W . E. Tate, Phone 1728. Sublim ity.
Dr. Paul Fehlen
All my work is Guaranteed First Class
STAYTO N , ORE.
MAKE YOUR WINTER PAY BIG. A VAGHAN DRAG SAW WILL DO IT
Get a sturdy Vaughn and let it saw your wood for less than 5 cents
a cord. Takes logs to 8 feet. When not doing ten men’s sawing, I
it operates other farm machinery. Repeatedly nays for itself in a
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
TH O M A S,
P r o p r ie to r s .
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Because it is built for long, hard, honest service and has more time
lat»or and repair saving features titan any drag saw made. Inves
tigate for yourself. The Vaughan is the only saw with the JIFFY
SAWHOLDER which grips or releases saw head in instant; the
only saw with METAL to METAL CLUTCH that cannot b u rn out;
the only one with the accident preventing safety angle: the a d ju s t-
;.i*!e PITMAN HEAD, the sicirle unit crank ease; heavy malleable
FOR SALE —11 head s t o c k ewes, sproket
etc., that give a long life and cuts wear and repair.
one full blood S h r o p s h i r e ratn.
Write us fur sucbir.e #i I .Lnuafinn il your d ;tk r hasn’t it
Phone 43F44. Residence 5 miles
east of Shaw. O. W. Humph The Vaughan M o to r W orks, Inc. 457 Lut Main St. Portland Ore.
Nov. 27-D 4
li FOR SALE An?ora Goats $3 a
head or will trade for caHle.
F arrett Bros.. Aumsville Ore.
Nov. 27-Dec. 4
Calls Answered Day or Night
Lost— Saturday night. Nor. 15th.
or the Santlam road between Al
bany and the C urtis Cole farm, o n e
leather traveling bag. con
taining one Eastm an kodak, ladies'
dothes and toilet articles.
F in d e r 1
please notify Miss N ellie Cavender,
SUverton, Oregon, and receive re- '
FOR SALE—A few fullblood
White Holland Turkeys of either
sex at reasonable prices. Address
Mrs. J. A. Corlev. Scio. Oregon.
R. F. D. 1.
- J . M. R1NOO-
Battery ( h a rp in g . All kinds of assessories.
Gas and Oils for sale
“ F o T ^ a l^ ^ o o d ^ e 'w T n E machine,
Mrs. Gee. Ha ward. Phone:
Marion 24. Tum <r Rt. 3 Nov 2027
fi 441 •
Here is Your Chance To Get ii
FOR S A L E — Fine big A ngora bucks, j
heavy sheering yearlings. *10 to 1 20 j
each. P. H. Brown, Sublimity«
Nov. 13-20-27. |
WEAVERS ARE WANTED
Jase IS. 1919
Mill C ity --S ta y to n --S a le m
FOR SALE— Angora goats. 43 head,
good grade, h a lf does. Chag Gle- i
slak. Sublim ity.
Nov. 13-20-27 !j
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Changr oí Schedule, Ffective
Closing Out Sale
Entered as second class m atter at the postoffice at Stayton. Marion
County. Oregon. under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879.
Address all Communications to The Stayton Mail
A Miss Harden, spinster and thousands of good, honest brave
editor of a Women’s Magazine men in this country, and more
in Ch'cago, has stirred up quite hundreds of thousands of good
an argument and controversy in loveable, virtous women, and
the windy city by asserting at anybody who judges them by
a women’s meeting that mar- the wrong doings of others w ho
rage was no longer anything to ■ lack honor and decency does a
to the vast
women but an incident. The great wrong
press and pulpit have taken it majority.
up and much energy and hot
Marrage is not merely an in
air is being wasted that might cident in the lives of women
be put into the Presidental or That is a lie, and a libel upon
League of Nations campaign to our mothers, our wives and
some purpose, or used to turn those who are near and dear to
grindstones or blow windmills.
us all. Marrige to
One women correspondent in comes pretty nea- being all
the daily press champions the there is in life to her, and all
assi tion of Miss Harden, for other things are but contributing
the reason she alleges, that men influence, secondary and auxi
do rot treat women as well as liary to her wedded life, her
they should, and that they are husband, her home and her
all more or less of easy (or children. The great Almighty
uneasy) virtue. She runs down Power which rules over the
American Chivarly and says the destiny of this and all other
polish d gentleman next to her nations and all mankind has
a t dinner is as apt to pinch her decreed by N ature’s laws that
knee under the table as not. this shall be so. Men cannot
One paper comes back at the have babies, and he wouldn’t
ladies and states that man is if he could.
not the only biped that is not fight the battles, kill the game,
hew the wood or draw the
The facts are all of the water, as she is the weaker
parties to this argument are vessel physically. She must bear
partly right and partly w ro n g - the children for N ature’s laws
main ly wrong. Each is making and the divine command have
the grave mistake of judging made it s»\ Her marrage and
the majorty by the minority, wedded life are of necessity the
the many by the few. It is true same of her existance and ail
that many men of loose morals the sour old maids of the Miss
brea.< their marrage vows on Hardin stripe canriot change
small provocation, and it is also one iota of God’s laws or
true that women's virtue is as N ature's command.
about as cheap a comodity now-
The man or woman who con
a-days as there is on the market, tends that marrage and the
but lapse of virtue are by no rearin * of a family is but an
means the leading causes of incident, or a failure, has a dis
eased mind which has wondered
If the lady correspondent got off on the subject and strayed
her knee pinched at dinner it from the truth. God blesses the
is dollars to doughnuts that she union of man and women and
mad some break which invited loves the iitt:e children, for such
the familiarity, for it is the is the King tom of Heaven, and
worn ?n with the sign out that it is the fiery-eved devil with
is thus insulted as a rule, and forked tongue and saw teeth
not the women who maintains Itlv.r is locking for the poor
dignity and womanly reserve, id. laded fool who put the frivolit
and behaves herself.
ies a id the routine of life’s
It is a fact that the great vocations ahead of the happiness,
majority of American men and peace and enjoyment of wedlodk
women are good and virtuous and love, which comes nearer to
and that is the class which goes being divine institutions than
to make up this great country any other emotions or experi
and is its bulwark and mainstay
today. There are hundreds o ences this life has to give.
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Lard» Creamery Butter
Highest Market Price Paid For Fat Stock
T h*r* la m ore C a ta rrh in th is se c tio n
o f the co u n tr y th a n all oth er d isea se*
put to g eth er , and for y e a r a .u w m sup-
P ° * w lo be in cu rab le D octnra p rescrib ed
local renu-dles nti.l l y c o n M in ’ y fa llin g
to cure w ith lo ca l ! re a tm e n t, pronoun«*«!
It Incurable F n tn .v h Is a local d ise a se ,
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thru the n iood on the M ucous fh ir fa ees
o f th s S y stem
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