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STAYTON. MARION COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 5, 1916.
Mrs. G. F. Korinek p*
excellent lunch, but until some
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Parry and
in a few short minutes the citi
of the braver guests had “ sampl Dixon arrived Sunday morning entertained the Birthday
zens of Turner Were provided
ed” the refreshments were al with Mr. and Mft. Ralph Speer, her (home on Friday ai
One Turner councilman, Lee with a subject for many a fire
from Junction City, coming in The house bad been tastily
most afraid to indulge. J. F.
the Speer car. Mr. and Mrs. S. orated for the occasion, bas
|Jean*. is under $600 bonds on a side session.
Peery and Dr. Korinek attired visited Aumsville and West Stay- kets of Japanese quince being
Hunsaker was badly cut about
charge of assault with a danger-
in “ nifty*" regalia served the ton friends, returning home the ing used in the living
lous weapon, Robert Hunsaker is the stomach and abdomen with a The Lilly Hardware Co. is now
lunch and presented each guest following morning accompanied All of the members were present
in the hospital in a critical con pocket itnife in the melee, and nicely located in the large store
wjth a “ fool's cap” which they by Mr. Parry. Mrs. Parry and And enjoyed the afteroon chatting
dition from knife wounds, JamW was rushed to the Salem hospital room lately occupied by * th e !
wore during the remainder of the baby remained for a visit of and sewing. A dainty lunch
waa served by the hostess, as
a week or more.
'Kelley and Martin Nicely are where for a time it was thought House Furnishing Co.
by.her mother, Mrs. E. 6 ,
also suffering severe knife cuts, he would not survive. He rallied
Miss Elizabeth Cornelius, can
Handsome new shelving has
didate for County School Super Alexander... The next meeting
and two dozen other prominent ♦nwever, and ia reported aa do been put in. E. N. Teague doing
intendent, is meeting with much of the club will be with Mrs. W.
citizens of Turner are nursing ing
irlg nicely. Kelley and Nicely the work. Stairs have also been \
encouragement in her campaign F. Follis.
wer also slashed about the ribs placed in the rear of the room so ■
bruised eyes and broken heads - were
A. E. Roy and family motored
for the office. SheVkJj,vered an
all for a $3 license fee. The apt and mid section*, but their that the upper room may be util Teacher Training, Wednesday
from Portland and visited
address of unusual merit before
which broke out Saturday night wounds did not send them to the ized. The gasoline pump has eve..7:30, and weekly conference a large gathering of representa Sunday at the E. Roy home, re
i, . , __ _; on Bible school work.
is the result of a feulKthat has hospit (1, although it put .them , been placed
tives of the Parent-Teacher As turning Monday morning,
on the walk in front t
, * n OA D
were accompanied by Dr. Rag
been aiiumering for over two out of commission for some time. over two large tanks, capable of and
by pMtor, “ Brotherly sociation at the Richmond school
Murphy, a former resident of
Ix*e Jt ans. who was tfrested holding 600 gallons.
years and the rival factions came
fis s s ^
to blows at the entrance of a for wedding a knife, says thati Mr. Lilly informs us that he, Ladies Aid Friday afternoon she addressed a local lodge a t
of the schools here ten
tentof the Browning Amusement he was set upon by half a dozen^has p h a s e d new goods.Twth Lord's Day—Bible school 1
or mere years ago. Dr..Murphy
The Boy Scouts of Staytoo.are
Company whpn the city council men who jumped on him and j in the hardware and furniture
is a dentist and contemplates lo
Communion 11 m.
now registered with the National
endeavored to collect the. $3 li that he simply cut his way out. j ) i n e 8 f and that he wj|| carry one Junior 3 P !9*
Council of Boy Scouts of America
Thoa. Galloway and wife and
cense fee for the performance.
He says he did not know that he (>f the mo9t cofT)p|ete stocks ever n, At ? P' m' Sunda*’ a meeting and are known aa Troop 1, Stay-
Campell and family motor
When the license fee was re
Jhat he j shown here. The furniture and member urged t o b e p r e s e n t a s > n* 0re«on- The Scoutmaster,
from Salem and spent Sun*-
fused they attempted to arrest can assign no reason for
ornt as he , house furnishing lines will be this is an important special meet- "7 . Putnam
* “tn*: and his assistant, day at the Joe Peery home. Mr*.
V. A. Goode, are commisioned
Manager Browning. The Turner and Hunsaker had always
considerably increased. * '
¡ng for membership only.
in the movement. The Peery and Cleta returned home
band, under whose auspices the good friends and that there was! When entirely moved and ful- Christian Endeavor 7 p. m.
' troop needs troop property and with them.
carnival was given, came to the no personal animosity between jy rt.ady for business this will be
Preaching ,8 p, m. Subject. any assistance toward this will
rescue of Browning, reinforce them. He says he did not re- , a we|| stocked, well equipped “ Man—Past, Present, fu tu re.” be greatly appreciated by the
Euerybody is ‘Welcome.
ments poured in from the other cognize Hunsaker at the time but store a credjt ^ Stay ton.
troop and officers. Please see
•R. L. teutnani. Pastor.
the Scoutmaster about this and
side to help the councilman, other that he slashed madly right and
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F o r a short 'tk q e six
he will gladly explain what is
reserves came up in double qujck left as he thought his life was
treatm en ts
time to help the band boys and in danger.
given for $10:00
W. I. Needham, republican
It was Almost impossible, to [ .
The sermon theme for next candidate for sheriff, has had
Electric L ig h t B a th w ith
' a move^about with ease in the Fos-
several years' experience in the1
sheriff'» office as deputy, and it -------— full m assage. r
when the Epworth League mem- •How Christ pleased God.” In »» claimed by those in a position
218 Hubbard Bid., Salem.
We want you to know that there is a real
bers and their friends met there tbe evening Miss Mary Hepburn
know that he is an extremely
t> spend a social evening, so of Portland Will occupy the pul-! comPetent official.« The multL
10NA N, IMUS,
great was the attendance. With pit and tell the congregation o f ! todinous duties that devolve on
the game of charades and other the great work being accomplish-1th,a office require a man ofex-
' In Stayton
nn tn ed by deaconesses in connection' Penence and capability, and
up to with ^ the Methodist denomination these qualification Mr. Needham
No where can you find a better selection of
delightful refreshments, which Mr. Loclrb
has. He is a popular man, with
Loclrhart states that
woolens than at this store.
in their turn were followed by Hepburn’s discourse will be a many friends in all parts of the
county. His election is consid
an address by Mrs. Foster on the treat.
work of the League. The gath- \ Junior and Epworth league*
W e want the people to know that it is not
John Thoms made a trip to
ering was one of the happiest of me€t the usual hours.
necessary to go out of town to inspect the
Eugenb the first of the week in
the season in this community.
finest line of woolens on the market.
of the Brown-Petzei
preparations for the coming of the interest
We core all diseases of the
Several new members united John Lewtas the evangelist dim!
WE SHOW THEM HERE
that glasses will remedy.
with the organization. The pas about the first of May.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Richards of
If the condition of your ey
tor of the Methodist church is The Sunday school contest at Mehama were in town Friday.
is such that the services
authority for the statement that the church shows, says the pas Mr. Richards sold a pair of hors a special surgeon are
Cleaning and Pressing.
Odd Fellows Bldg,
the Junior League recently or tor, that the men and boya are es to Riley, the Albany buyer.
sary—we will tell you
for most tro u b le s _
ganized is also increasing in one score behind the women and
examination reveals the
numbers, both organizations hav-
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is vastly more important than < cause and our correetly-fit-
been born within the past
even purity in. foods because
ted glasses removes it.
Joe Waldrop will deliver an
f • ,
address on “ Labor and Capital” fect of the medicine must be
had. We warrant absolutely that -
in the Star theatre next Monday
our drugs are thoroughly up to
W ith Barr Jew elry S to re .
Two or three reels of
There will be a meeting of the night
State and Liberty Sts,
Commercial Club at the
mission will be charged, but it is
hall next Friday night, the expected an offering will be tak
th, to discuss matters of im- en to cover expenses. Mr. Wal
to Stayton. All mem- drop ia an entertaining speaker
and others interested are and many will be glad of ^he op
portunity to hear him on this
to be present.
subject. Everybody is invited.
. LULY MOVES
Now Located in the Roy
Church of Christ
League Party Given
Measure Suit Store
You May Not
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W e Invite Competition
T H E F IX U P
Purity in Drugs
Dr. HERMAN W .B Alfc
Several new styles just in
Black or W hite
April Fool Party Nothing Like It.
&7C. TRADING STAMPS GIVEN
N ow Located
In our'new quarters in the Roy Block, where
w e shall be glad to see both old and new
NEW GOODS ARE ARRIVING
And in a short lime we shall have one of the
Hardware and Furniture
stocks ever shown in Stayton,
W e shall add largely to our Furniture stock
and ask you when in need ot anything in this
line to call and see what we can offer.
Mr*. J. F. Peery and Mr*. G.
F. Korinek were hostesses to the
members of the Eldeen club mud
their husbands on Saturday even
ing. Mrs. Peery issued the in
vitations inviting the guests to
a 600 party at ’ ' her home.
*t the Peery home the
found a large card upon
which was printed “ April fool!
Goto the Geo. Korinek home.”
So they repaired to the Korinek
home, where a pleasant evening
was spent playing cards and do-
fool stunts. Mrs. H.
A. Beauchamp won the prize for
highest score in 600, while J.
. Mayo was awarded the prize
in the »“ peanut stabbing” contest.
The hostesses had prepared an
There is no pleasure equal to
that gained by the use of a ko
dak, taking pictures of your
friends, views of faniiliar scenes
and beautiful scenery found in
your travels. The use of a ko
dak is educating and enjoyable.
We have them all kinds and sizes,
with £ full line of supplies.
Beauchamp's Drug Store.
Mrs. E. D. Alexander received
the sad news yesterday of the
death of her only brother that
morning at Emery, S. D. He
was a traveling salesman, living
at Sheldon, Iowa, and was strick
en suddenly while making his
MilUnery. The largeat and
most complete stock of exclusive
hats in tbe city. Tbe Frenc
Shop, 869 State St. Salem.
No color in the new styles for
spring. Everything is all black
or all white. ( W e are showing
hundreds Of liew styles. Ex
press shipments* arriving each
day. Come ill and see them.
Hundreds of new things in pumps
display in our show windows and our
per1 room. Get your pair while the
here. All sizes from triple A to doubla
You can be as well fitted by any one of our
large force of salesmen as by anyone or in any
store on the Pacific Coast.
THE PRICE SHOE GO.,