The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, November 27, 1919, Image 4

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    ; Buy furs for Christmas Gifts—A small deposit will reserve your order.
(The Old Whit** Corner)
Salem’s Greatest Women’s Apparel Store
Salem,
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Oregon.
U n lo a d in g
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S a le
Continues Each Day This Week
Monday was only the beginning of one 'ot our greatest sales.
So immense are the
stcoks to be disposed of, so comprehensive the assortments, that notwithstanding the ;j
wonderful selling during the week—selection will still be good Tomorrow and Saturday.
Our stock must be reduced at once, regardless of cost or present value.
are the newest Winter modes.
COATS
SUITS
Only our determination to
hurrv away our Surplus Coat
Stock makes possible the fol­
lowing price reductions:
$14.75
for values to $27.50
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DRESSES
You’ll find this a marvelous
Exclusivness’is the key-note
oppertunity to secure stylish of our dress showing. We have
tailor-made and novelty suits carefully avoided sameness in
selecting our models, and are ;
ot about one-half regular prices now offering Silk Serge and <
Velvet Dresses at 1-3 beln.v !
$23.75
regular values.
for values up to $47,50
$19.75
for values up to $30.00
$23.50
$29.50
for values to $42.50
for values up to $62,50
$24.75
for values up to $37.50
$33.00
$37.50
$27.50
for values up to $50.00
for values up to $82.50
for values up to $42.50
Waists
Petticoats
Sweaters
Trimmed Hats
$1.50 and $200
Waists new and pret-
ty designs, now
$1.75 to $2.50 Sat-
tin Petticoats, un-
loaning sale price.
$7.50 Slipon sweat-
ers, prevailing colors
and all sizes.
Large, small and
medium
models.
$1.50 to $5.75 values.
98c
$1.39
$5.65
$2.48
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All offerings
January first 1919 the Ford
Motor Company began equipping
enclosed ears with this new sta rt­
ing system. Ford engineer« say
that although the entire system •
Starter and Generator • weighs
only thirty-one pounds, it pro­
duces a higher torque output
(constant rotary motion) pound
for pound, than any other system
on the market.
W h e n the department for
building the Starter and Light­
ing S stems first began produc­
tion. fifty hours l a b o r wa s
charged to each unit, but now
that machinery and equipment
have been installed, the time i>or
unit is four hours. Two huge
armature impregnating ovens
have been installed, each with a
capacity cf 1700 every eight
hours. In these ovens the urma-
tures are dried, soaked in varnish
and dried again. Eight hours
time is required for this one
ope ration.
The power from the motor is
applied through the well known
Benpix drive, which automatic­
ally engages the starter and then,
once the motor is started, the
starter immediately disengages.
It is equipped with oilless bear­
ings and needs practically no at­
tention.
Within another thirty days or
six week,, the Ford Company ex­
pects to bo making enough
starters so that every Ford car
will be equipped with the new
Electric Starting and Lighting
System.
Battery for
Your Car
nnd It will give “ punch**
and “ pep” to your start­
ing system. The space
saving “ Unit Seal“ con*
structlon gives extra plate surface.
— hence greater capacity per unit
of weight and volume. This means
built-in durability und,power. I.eC
Hus show you your “ E xlbc” But­
tery and exnluln its special feuturea.
For battery testing, tilling or expert
battery udvlce come to our
l£xit)C” S e rv ic e S ta tio n
This service is free to all battery u se m
Repairs, the prompt und satisfactory
kind, on any make of battery at tbs
right price.
R. D. BARTON
Raltery and Magneto Service
171 S. Com. St.
Phone 1197
Salem,
Save Today for Tomorrow's
Needs
Do you live “ from hand to mouth?”
There is a system of living whereby
Today may be made to provide
for Tomorrow*—this year for
next year—the prime of
manhood for old age.
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This one word tells the
story. Just a little regu­
larly deposited in our savings
department makesapleasently sur­
prising showing in the yeats to come
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Capital $50,000.00
Dresses
Rain Coats
Furs
$2.50 to $3.00 fine
Voile Blouses in a
good assortment of
sizes
$5.75 to $7.50 Wo­
men’s Am’o s k e g
Gingham dresses.
$18.75 to $22.50
Cravenette, Leather-
etts and Rubber Rain
Coats
$35.00 Red Fox
Animal Furs lined
with silk
$1.69
$3.75
$14.75
$24.75
Blouses
PIANOS 1 Sewing Machines
G E O . C. W I L L
Henry E.M orris& C o*
and Oil
SALEM OREGON
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Phonographs j Sheet Music
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REGULAR FORD WAY
Henry Ford tested the Ford
S tarter and Lighting System on
his own car for one year.
Ten months ago the Ford
Motor Company was not manu­
facturing Electric Starters: today
the output of its Starter Depart­
ment is greater than that of any
other manufacturer of electric
starting devices in the world.
Its nearest competitor makes one
thousand a dav, whereas the Ford
C o m p a n y ’ s output is f a s t
approach.ng the three thousand
k
HOM E MADE BREAD,
CAKES AND COOKIES
NO ORDER TOO URGE
G E. KRA M ER, Proprietor
OREG O N
STA Y TO N
GEM CONFECTIONERY
First Class Confections.
High Grade Pure Candies
Fine Cigars and Tobacco
Hot and Cold Fountain Drinks
J. A. HENDERSHOTT, Proprietor
McKinley and Century
10c Editions
AND STARR
THE STAYT0N BAKERY
All Prices and Style Box Candy
Music Studies
EDISONS
VICTROLAS
COLUMBIA
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Eye Sight Specialist*
Opposite I add & Rush bank, 305
S tate St., Salem.
415 3d St., MeMmville, Ore., be­
tween U.S. and McMinyille Na­
tional banks
F arm ers & M erchants
B ank of S ta y ton, Oregon
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and Records
show remarkable results.
When supplied with proper
glasses, backward children
have fairly raced ahead.
Class room work has be­
come a pleasure.
Dull
children have displayed a
new vigor and interest in
both work and play.
Sewing Machines Repaired and Rented
Genuine Needles
CEO. C W IL L
of
It isn’t fair to let your child
toil and suffer under the
handicap of neglected eye­
sight, The remedy for
this difficulty is in regular
examinations. They should
be made every six months
so that little errors may be
corrected in time.
All Makes
and Player Pianos—Best and Cheaper
Makes
Regular Examination
Children's Eyes
Stayton,
Oregon
G E O . C. W I L L
Music Store
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mark, two thousand eight hund-
dred and eighty one already
having been manufactured in one
day.
The Ford starter - and genera­
tor, for it is really two separate
units - is not the result of a new
idea or of a sudden decision.
More than eight years ago Mr.
Henry Ford’s vision saw the need
and his electrical engineers were
instructed to begin experiment­
ing. A fter seven years of con­
stant research, which took ir to
consideration the many different
climates in which the Ford caris
used, together with the factors
of size and weight and an adapt-
STOMACH
TROUBLES
Make W ashday
Easier
ibility to quantity production,
H alf the work o f farm waihing
is in pumping and carrying the water.
twenty-three trial jobs were
A M llw iu k M A ir Pow »r W «t«r
built. These w e r e tested in
S y stem docs away with this part of
washday work, and supplies an abun­
many different ways. Mr. Ford
dance o f hot w ater, too, right out o f
himself used one on his car for
the faucet.
You also can have »oft water. And the
a year. Still the engineers con­
spring or well water Comes direct through
tinued their experiments and
the pipeaabaolutely fresh. Noatored water.
A water aystem doe* away with a
improvements.
lot of hard work about the Barn. It’s
the best investment any farmer can
When came the order from the
make. Why handle water the hard
ray by hand when you can handle it
Government for 15,000 three-ton
better MY MACHINERY?
tanks, each of which was to be
Aak us about it. Call or phone.
equipted with two synchronized
Ford Motors. A starter was es­
sential, so the one now being
installed on Ford cars was evolv­
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ed. Hut only one starter and
generator was used to turn over
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the two Ford motors in each lank. SILVE.iTON.
n irritable , fault finding disposition is often
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due to a disordered stomach. A man with good
digestion is nearly always good natured. A
great many have been permanently cured o f stom­
ach troubles by Chamberlain’s Tablets after ycarj
o f suffering. These tablets strengthen f1 rn tomacli
and enable it to perform its functions rv.turclly.
Try th cm .’i They only cost a quarter.