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About Stayton standard. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1915-1917 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1916)
DswitsS S» I m tatarwu of Stajrtaa and
■©•cant « n i lm i.
Items Gathered by Oar Live Corps
3 caps standard
2 cana best Tomatoes..... ?... 25c
.One Year .............
S U B L IM IT Y S H O TS.
i 3 cans Standard Tòmatoes. 25c
Advertising rates on Application
Wm. Hermcnsr his mother and “ cans Pineapple ••••.*•
sister, Katie, motored to Salem 2 lb Peanut Butter
E D. ALEXANDER, Editor.— [Thursday.
31 lbs Best Rice ...
Entered as. second-.-lass matter March
29, 1V1S, -<t the pael-offiee at Stsvton
Or*., under the Act.oí March o, 1879.
Undoubtedly a strong can
didate for nomination for district
attorney is Walter E. Keyes. He
is a "capable and experienced
lawyer and handles a large prac
tice in this and adjoining coun
ties. He can be depended upon
to conduct the affairs of the of
fice in an economical manner, in
the interests of ' all the people.
Under his administration there
will be no useless cases crowding
the docket at public expense and
the people may look for fair and
impartial treatment at his hands.
Bargains You Can Use 'Something to Remem
’25c pk Patent Clothes Pins. 19c /.■She canpot wear her old gm
American Wonder Peas,
3 doe. iu a package j
The skirt* nre far .Urn,tight,
Little Gem Peas ..... ....
Common Clothes Pina. .. 2c doe Thev do not flare correctly
Notts Excelsior Peas
Aluminum Wash Boards’....; 48c
The trimming isn’ t right;
Early Minn 'lorn ...'
Brass Wash Boards ......... . 42c The tunics now are fuller.
Stowells Evergreen Corn 2 lb 25c
Glass Wash Hoards
The pleats are plain,not “ knifej
Turple Top Turnip
0 qt Grey Granite Sauce Pun 16c Why she can’ t wear those oty
Danver l Long, Carrot
10 qt Grey Granite Dish Pan 15c
Golden Tankard Beet .... 50c lb
50c gaJ.v She'd look like Noah's wife/
Half Sugar Mangel B * t * wic ii. z ' ro1" ' *
Valvoline Motor Oil
1000 Hended K«h*..
4c Ih. Filtered Gasoline 2i)c gal. cash
We keep uur Pattern Stock u|
Yellow Pi eld Corn.
i ' i
22c gal. trade to date. Ayvil Standard' Patterni
-2 lb Black Blasting I Powder 25c now on sale. The price in KjJ
5 ) lb box Trojan Sto inp
‘ ¡ng Powdéf *
100 Cabbage Piantò .
Rev. A. Lainck was a Salem 41 lbs Jap Rice ................... 2oc
visitor Thursday. .’
4 pk B st Corn Starch
Josephine Duehateau of Stay 3 pk Jelley Powders .. .....25c
ton was in town Friday.
2 pk Gelatine ,.
George Beli and father made a 3 gins Good Ptas ....i..... .....25c
business trip to Salem Friday.
2 lb Red Salmon .
•Glen Smith motored over
lbs Bulk Rolled Oats ........ 25c
Jefferson Friday in hiS" new
Work has- been completed- in
You can get .
regard to the electic lights. The
it for less at :
streets are lit up by) twenty high
powered electric lights, which
certainly improve the appearance
A U M S V IL L E
of the town» At present, only
two buildings in town are lighted \
for Cash . . . .
W E ST STAYTON
Political Announcements 1 , trety
charade S a
of Miss Lulu Clark. Thursday
Mr. Sheard of Stayton
evening was a pleasant atfair and
E L M E R C . GIJ’ E
H A R R Y S. S T O N E r
I f W. C. Gauntt, of this city, us a pleasant visit Friday. }•'
much enjoyed by all present. -
is elected county superintendent
Jack Petrjanos, wife and son, Miss Ciark has been employed as
A. C. Libby
of schools, which seems likely, Billie were visiting relatives at teacher of the district school,
We bavc ivitm .
thr pr.-tniae« at MU. Washington 9t., AH nny. Into ■
Marion county schools will have Jefferson Sunday.
which closed on March 31st.
moilrrr (. ¡nro^ractic HnUtrcrtum. iu.dIT Ti/Lw f»*J fci“ ’ *•’ «*tri n-rpi-
a Competent, conscientious man
tn*nu »ufT.-ring from acute amlyhronic i ! im , h » m , - -
Mr: and Mrs/J. F,_Poti£iiand QfldiJak-ior C w ^^w aission,cr
Sister Imelda and Sister Cas-
H. «Ithorium. HOC Wash. St.
at their head. He has the edu- ' jparilia. made a bnsmesr TTfD^fo™3Ir.
’Royal Shaw were Sunday if elected I will favor the ap-
-htm -for th e ’ ofnce Salem Saturday.
guests at the HotqLAbles.-
pointment of R« ad Supervis« rs
/ hey I otd Marconi.
»nd besides having taught for a
Miss Ella Johnston and Miss selected-by the people of the ilis-
The annual meetingof the Sub
number of years has made school
trict in which they are to serve.
limity Dairy Assn, was held at Isabella Surry visited Mrs. H. F.
work a careful study. Being
the Court Closer to the People
the Ci|y Hall^Rurday afternoon. Bodeker Saturday afttrnoon.
• unable on account;of his duties
Among the outside people that
W. R. Surry and family called
as superintendent of the Stayton
attended the meeting were: J. D! at the M. Martin home^Sunday
schools t make a thorough can:
W . C. Gauntt
Darby,, of Silverton, Clarence evening. . '
v»s of the county, he is obliged
Bowne, of Aumsville and Mr.
L. M A T T H E W
•Lon'Titus of Kingston was a
to depend’considerably upon the
Catlin, of Salem. Mr. B. Wag Lyons caller Thursday.
helppf his friehds.
ner was re-elected on- the board
The palace to buy t ie Right Milli
Choir practice was held at the
he is known he will secure a big
C a n d id a le f o r C c u n iy S c h o o l
E. Trask home Saturday even
nery ac the Right Price.
M ip e r in t e r d t n t
Mr. Martindale. of Portland,‘ ing.- After the practice the time
. George G. Bingham of Salem was up on a visit Saturday.
n K-rry Street
was spent socially.'
A L B A N Y , ORE.
I )|>. St Franc«*
is not saying as much about bis
ita «ardí e!îicient
A junk man b$' the name of work.
candidacy for circuit judge a/
A U M SV ILLE Sli-TIN G S
Geddess had an gxciting time in supervisan
.• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • a «•
his friends are sayirg, but that* Xlva S ifter «'as plowing for tow.n-Mdn.tfiy. .'Hisltekmibecan -
he is going to be elected
frightened near' tlie,S. P. dtqfet
❖ V* O
very probable. Indeed* his e l e c
v v ÿ <* V <• %’
A. Niedner and Peter Welter._ and ran towards the school build-
t io n is inevitable.
iiig. • half of Lyons was there to
of Saolimitv aj*e making .
is a strong campaigner for his
help catch-» ti e runaways.- No
the Jos. Ditter place.“
friends, but his one weak point
Henry Steinkatnp visited at t.ne serious.damage-was lone. .
is in a lack of dispo.dti.c. i to
“ toot-Jbis^own hprn.”
He is A. Wolf place last Sunday.
W EST STAYTON
Jos. Benedict arrived home last
known to be a man of h.gh iion-
©r, however, and this, together Saturday from Portland.
~ ,, /. Geo. Wetherby made, a fl;, ing
W e h a v e the n e w e st patterns to select from . G u r
with his qua.uicaiions, w ill elect
Among those going to saiem trip to Dallas Wednesdpv.'
him, even though he makes no last Saturday from Aumsville j chM ^
es are fitted and m a d e in o u r o w n w o rk sh o p .
went t0 portiand;
effort in his own benalf. Pxssi* were Henry Porter. E. Eberhart. - tnrr,„.. .
A ls o rep airin g and pressing.
W « he has not ‘ ‘more relatives W. Cheffing, A. Wolf and sons.
12S S. Liberty St
,,___ __other man in Oregon,”
Joseph and Geonre. Martin Zu-
E' G lre>' »P»nt the t.me be-
hut he has friends without num her. A. Albus and son. Johnnie.,twMn ,rams ln Salem Sa,urd!» ’-
B a ck o f B ank o f C o m m e rce .
Everette Condit and wife o f ,
bor, and they will show their fi and Miss Kate Benedict -
delity to the man of ‘ honor at
Henry Steink.mo made a busi- ™ lara0° k ,arT visitin,t at the
the polls.—Silverton Tribune.
trip to M t Anpel Saturday. He.ary ^ nd" h“ m!
returning the same day.
The- Jefferson Review says:
G. W. Baynard made a busi- up SrtonUy and «pent Sunday
‘ “ Every indication points to A.
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trip to Silverton Saturday. w,th h<'r s,»ter- Mra Fallnch
C. Libby as the republican choice
Ed Diets and family viaited at
The lurc,of t,,e lowfands was
W alter E. Keyes
for County Commissioner. The
Review editor has known Libby
RepubiicanI candidate for
. Hollander a who located here
intimately for 25 years and has
-this winter, so Saturday they
Formerly with Myers’
D is t r ic t A t t o r n e y
Mra A. Wolf was in Stayton ^
thejr depIrture for
had many dealings with him. in
all of which we found him honest Saturday on business*
the dyked lands on the lower ‘Impartial Enforcement of A U L a o »"
and fair. He was bom in this
Felix Steinkatnp and Joseph Columbia.
coenty, his life has been passed Wolf visited at the John Benedict
8 ^ .,
here, he has the confidence and home Sunday.
W . I. Needham
respect of all, he knows every
Ross Condit and family of
\ HATS FOR MISSES. LADIES ANOC H jLD R E N
inrt of the county thoroughly,he
T R IU M P H N O T E S
spent Sunday in West
has every qualification for a good
115 N orth L ib erty. N ext to R u th F lorist S h op .
Republican candidate tor
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Humohry Stayton.
commissioner and should be
SA LE M , O R E G O N
Eloert Eoff of Geer drove up
elected. O f course he has pei* spent a few days visiting their
sonal enemies, as any man who
la not a blank is bound to have,
The High »School is having a
“ An efficient administration
hut if anyone can show us a dis spent Sunday evening at the par week’s vacation on account of
Mr. Hirens laughter having the Based upon Experience.”
honorable action in the life of A ental home.
O S T K O P A T IIIC
P h y s ic ia n s a n d Surgeons
C. Libby, we’ ll scrap him as
Larentz Sitter and Jac. Staiger measles,
D R . A . I». I I O W K L L H
hard as we are now trying to called at TheopHighberger’s on
Bessie and Crystal Shank were
I>H. M A N Y IlO W K I . I e H
State his qualifications to the Monday.
Sunday visitors at W. R. Rav?.
. j «ir Rlogan; but in luklition, Otteopaihtc
f l f ” .cJ9nt ar* Quol.htd by education and training to act
JMonle of this county.”
Alois and Isadore Bèl! are work
phjsieian, to m etl alt em tig tn cU t which may arine.
G. H. Ray made a business
ing for Alfred Fox.
week end visitors at the Snank
Saving« Bank Bldg.
I trip to Albany V/ednesday.
Albany, O regon ?
Theo Highberger and son Leo
. Bather an ori^lual lesson in
were in the Capital city one day
Joe and John Pietrok sheared
-economy was that once taught
motored to Marion Saturday.
goats in this vicinity the past
Japanese nobleman A woto and thus
Mrs. John Huber and Mrs. week.
Oanalated by Sir Edwin Arnold In laSt " eek‘
Farmer» are busy planting po- Harry Shank called at the Jim.
?l*eo8 and Lands:”
P . B . P H IP P S
One evening as be was going
gobi? to the
¿■lace to take bis tu riA n keeping the
Elizabeth Trinberger is pre-
M i « Anna Miles called at the
* * * *
Bight watch he let lO cash drop out
it o f
C'-rset on market. Nu Bone.”
to have a school drama in Mr5 H shank home
Bis tinder case Into the stream and
D ru g less H ea lin g
A singing was held at the^^Mrs. Dressmaking at pric es you can
4ben. bought 50 cash worth o
of f torche«
torches the near future.
Mi Search for the lost coin. Q
Willie Dauchateau called here
!' ‘ A
l1’’ ’ H. Shank home Sunday evening, a^ord and up-to-date millinery
lia g h c d at him for spending so much
te order to recover
and be ra
fH td . with a frown
good time was reported by all.
Cedar chests to order.
<*y h <4
h «- ii Phen» w
o » « r Stato hank
Homo I’nonr 12
Miss June Kearns, of Stayton.
^ “Sirs, yon are fooliab and ignorant of
52t4 Madams Metz & Lyon.
Hoorn, 1 and 2
p t o o D lc t. Uad I not sought for these
was a guest of Mabel Townes for
L Y O N S M IS T S
W cash they would hare been lost for-
the week end.
••Our air mar ire««*!.. m i M the deal
sank In the bottom of the Nam
"are filled In the montb« o f April
P lp n r a . The SO caab which I bare “ Miss Ethel Schnackenberg is
Mrs. H. Shank called at the er.
and May That act-uuut* for their re-
n a M
an torches w ill remain in tho spending sever»] days in Stayton Twin Walnut farm Thursday.
markable reailleui qnaltOaa."
l u d i o f the tradesman Whether ho
with her sister, at the home of
“ la the air o f thoae month» better
i l l d m or I Is do matter, bat not a
Linn Lambert and wife. Ona than other«?“
their aunt, Mrs. J. R. Gardner.
¡Shelton and children, Charley
“They are the «pria* month«. yoo
The farewell party given
at peten and the Misses Verna, know.
C H IR O P R A C TO R S
THE WOMAN'S HAT SHOP
ESTES & ZUEHLKE
M R S. O . C . L O C K E
N EW SPRING S H O W IN G
OF M ILLIN ER Y
The Standard prints them Right at Right Prices
Let os print yours.