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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1919)
M T. P LE A SA N T
Mis* lloxunn Shank in \ isitinK
at Salem this week
Mina Gladys Downing left for
Oregon City Sunday w here she
Mrs. Arnold Sens and Nick
Scnz motored to Suiem Friday.
The Misses Bessie and Crystal
Shank were week-end visitors at
P. H. Lambert and wife called
at the Koy Brenner home Sunday.
very happy to know that actual' gathered at the C. E. Heater
work started today to move the home Friday night and aurpriaed
rock crusher to Mt. Pleasant. Miss Vivian being her sixteenth
We are sure that many others birthday. A m o s t delightful
know the condition of the roads- ime * as had by all present.
G. D. Scott motored toStayton
especially the mid-night Fords,
Miss Roxana Shank called or Friday afternwn.
Miss Maude Smith Sunday.
The school is closed for a week
Agnes Eberheardt called oi now on account of teachers in
stitute and Thanksgiving Day.
Betty Kyan Sunday.
Shank Suri<1“ y-
A miscellaneous shower war
W. H. Mollet has purchased a
Messrs Tony and Frank Laux
given at the Mrs. Koxie Shank new Player Piano.
were week-end visitors at Al-
home Friday eve in honor ol
The Union Hill cayote hunters
Miss Bessie Shank. Many beau- have not been very successful
The people o f this vicinity are I tjfu| aruj UBefu| presents were lately.
| given. A luncheon was served
Mrs. C- E Heater visited Sun-
at mid-night and a very delight lay with her mother, Mrs. Mary
ful time was reported by all pre Pottorff.
Miss Marguerite Kyan returned
home Saturday after a weeks
visit at Salem.
Linn I^umbert ami wife and
Frank Lambert railed on G. H.
Mr. and Mr». Ed. Smith and
daughter Dorothy and Fred Bpent
Sunday at H. K. Shuriks.
Miss Angelina KyanspentSun-
day with the Miaaes Eberheardta.
Lyle Lutz called on Melvin
Grand Theatre, Salem, Monday, Dec. 1st
THC s u i o n s
U N IO N
OPENS S A T U R D A Y , NOV. 2 9
f>Oc to $2.00
Box seat $2.50
M A IL
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Carter and !
son Lyle were entertained at the ;
W. H. Carter home Sunday.
W illiam J. Holmea, o f Portland
Aubrey O. Myera. o f Oatea. Oregon
John I»m k e r, o f Lyons, Oregon
Charles SirefT o f Mill City. Oregon
A LE XA N D ER SW ANK.
» roof made under the act o f Junt
Oct. 30-Dec. 4
Was hi ng-
ton when the
P r i n c e
our capital Im
pressed a g e d
the truism that
part In wor'.d
affairs. Here Is
Grannis, a mu
t h o u g h o n !/
• • r v e <1
ora. as lie
back for later delivery.
J E W E L R Y CHRISTM AS
should be both happy
B ISH O P
th ereof for Saturday the 13th day e f
Salem, Marion County, Oregon
W e urge that you do your shop
Come in at your earliest convenience and
Our stocks are
Dated this tenth day o f Novem ber.
A. D. 1919.
F. A. Baker, Adm inistrator.
F. A. Turner. Attorney.
W e guaran
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Get th# Genuine
HARTMAN BROTHERS COMPANY
Jewelers - - Salem, Ore. - - Opticians
in Every Cal;«
has ready inspec
'" T 'Tgjt.MbJ
S M O L D E R , collar, waist,
lapel, sleeves-—you see curves
everywhere in the new styles
w e’er showing for tall.
T H E F A V O R IT E FOR F A L L —
No matter how badly worn we
will buy them.
The best ones
we will give to the Salvation Army
and other charitable organizations
to help those who cannot help
STYLE D EM AN D S—
A double breasted belter; stylish
but not too extreme; just the thing
for the lithe, well set up young man.
IT is surely at the top of the list
for popularity, they come in many
colors, in mixtures, several weaves.
T H E S E are to be found at
-'-vou are not taking a chance
that you should be* careful about the
materials you choose for your suit.
Unless you know your materials
"w ell” and know exacly what are in
them you are surly due for a disap
Y O U cannot be disappointed if
you come here for your clothes, our
store is handled by the most ^ e x
perienced men that are to be found
by in the W est, they will tell you exactly
what is in a garment.
“ Thus you are protected from all
" B I S H O P ’ S F A B R IC ’ Shirts are made
Will cost YOU only just the regular prices'thai we always sell them at and
You can Pick them out of Our Windows
IF YOU LIKE. FOR THEY ARE FULL of good shoes at prices lower, as usual, than any
other in this part of the state, o f equal qualities, and in many cases way under
factory replacement values.
“ V IR G IN
W O O L ."
“EVERY EAlViSLY IN M ARION AND POLK COUNTIES A P A TR O N ”
W o o l e n Mills
TEED FOR SATISFAC
NOVEMBER 28 and 29
ALL SHOES GUARAN
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
THE CONDITIONS ARE only that
you wear your old shoes into the
Store, buy a new pair at regular
prices. You are to put on the new
pair and leave the old on.is for us.
We will pay for Men’s and Ladie’ s
$1.00 per pair, for Bovs and Girls
50c a pair and for childrens 25c per
pair any kind.
DON’T FORGET $1,00 FOR YOUR OLD SHOES AT
for weather just
are cold, warm up with a B ISH O P S Shirt made
Salem, will buy them
ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NOV. 28 AND 20
Y O U ’L L like the
styles immensely; get your
moneys worth too; because
thev’r g u a r a n t e e d b y
County, Oregon and
is being selected.
tion a most complete stock of
December. 1919, at ten o ’clock A . M
to' be thankful
O N E of the many things
i, ' i*! cL:*■
deceased. In the County Court o f M ar
tee satisfaction to every one.
N otice is hereby given that the un
in the Court Room o f said C ourt iu
you will find our prices most reasonable.
Are You Happy?
t i me
NOTICE OK FIN AL H EARING
noted is the fineness and high quality jewelry which
look over our beautiful assortments.
T H E
In the County Court o f the state
of Oregon for the County o f Marlon.
■ In the matter o f the Estate o f
Theresa Rlesterer. deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that the fin
al account o f Bernard Gest-her, eu-
■cutor o f the estate o f Theresa R fe-
■terer, deceased, has been filed In
he County Court o f Marlon C orn ty.
Oregon, and that the 1st. day o f De
ember. 1919, at the hour o f 10 A.
M. has been appointed by sa il Court
or hearing objections to said final
ccoiint, at which tim e any p 'r s o n s
ntcrcsted In »aid estate may appear
nd file objection s thereto in w riting
r.d contest the srme.
E om ard Geseher
Executor o f said Estate.
Oct. 23, N o t .20.
One of the things w e have
l ; i
NOTICE OK HEARING FINAL.
Lulu B. Baker and A lice M. Baker,
larger, better and more varied than ever before and
as adm inistrator o f
Already people are having articles of jew elry set
■ r B f f & Q E B E E S E B B B B B B E R I S l I O P S I A R U I t ’S E L K B B B B f l f r B B B B f l B B B I
Notice la hereby given that on the
hird day o f Novem ber, 1 * 1 », tk* -
bounty Court o f Marlon County, Or*-*
ton. duly appointed the underaigauH
a adm inistrator o f the Estate o f
Vina Nichols, deceased, and having
laalifled a* required by law, all per-
ons having claim s against said su
ite are hereby notified to present
hem to the undersigned at the law
(lire o f F.
Turner in the Bank o f
'om m erce Building. Salem. O regon,
It bin six months from the date o f
e first publication o f this n otice,
a-w lt: Nov 6, 1*19.
Nov. 6-Dec. 4
J H. Osborn. A dm inistrator.
Court has set the hearing o f o b je c
Miss Dorothy Neal spent Sun
day with Miss Stella Neal.
About 42 friends and relatives
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
dersigned has filled his final account
|| M A K E THIS A
.Mr. and Mrs. W. A. H eater!”
and son Maurice were shoping
in Stavton Thursday.
C lalcra__ ..attics aa wltneaaea:
H IL L
Mr. Frank Fraiser and Walt
Heater made a business trip to
Miss Stella Gilmour spent Sun-^
day with Miss Clara Heater.
Jasper Phillips has purchased
a new Maxwell car.
Wayne Ashby made a busi
ness trip to town Wedhesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Heater
and son Ronald motored to Stay-
ton Friday and the funeral of
Mrs. Heaters grandfather, J. W. (5
O R C H E ST R A
‘ F L O -F L O ” is spiced with beauty, youth, songs,
end of beautiful, startling gowns.
U. 8. I ....J Office at Portland. Ore
yon. October 2tat, 1*1».
Notice la hereby Riven that \nar>
laa Smith o f Halem, Oregon, who, oi
February 21, 1* 1*. made homeataai
entry. No 01651, lo r RW >4 NEV«,. I
H N W H and I>ot 4. Section 5. Town
chip * S ou 'h Kaage J East V 'lliar
ette Meridian, ha* filed notice of in
toniirn to make Three-year T roof
to establish claim to the land abov
deacrlbed, before the Regiater am
R eceiver o f the United Statea L a r'
Office, at Portland, O reg *:
11th day o f n ~ __ ^ r> 1919.
And They Were a Couple o Kids
D K K A R T M K N T OK T H E IN T E R IO R
LiiT T T.— w
At The Electric Sign “ SHOES’