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THE STAYTON MAIL
Has the Largest Circulation of A ny Paper in the Santiam Valley—It Covers the Territory
¿2nd Year, N o. 13.
S T A Y T O N . M A R IO N C O U N T Y . O R E G O N , T H U R S D A Y ,
M ARCH 30,
ke a Blanket.
Serial N o. 1046
FINE WEATHER HELPS RAILROAD stayton crowd attends party civen at
MANY PARENT-TEACHER’S ASSOCI
SURVEY FROM SALEM TO BEND SUBUMrrY<m CLUB LA- TH0MAS H0ME ATIONS FORMED IN MARION CO.
With a total of forty Parent-Teach
An even dozen friends gathered at
the I,. A. Thomas home Friday even ers' Associations, all of which am ac
ing March 24, to a farewell party given tive and meet once a month or ottener,
in honor of G. C. Eksman, who departs Marion county seems to lead Oregon in
another branch of educational work.
j for Alaska soon.
The evening was spent in playing Fifteen of these associations have been
The Parent-Teachers meeting that
I.ast Friday afternoon the Itrode
Progressive five hundred, a n d Guy organized within t h e y e a r ending was caller! for last Friday night wc*
Club responded to hi invitation of the
Kearns received 1st prize, while Jos. March 15th, and it is probable that postponed and will be hela at the high
Mesdames C. A. tleauchamp and F. I.
Fisher received the Booby prize. At from ten to fifteen more will be added school auditorium tomorrow evening.
Jones to spend the afternoon at the
! shout 11:30 p.m. the hostess. Mrs.L.A. before the end of 1916.
March 81. The committee appointed
laltera' bungalow home on the Mehn-
Thomas, assisted by Mrs. Jos. Fisher
In a report of activities of these as
make arrangements to work out a
ma road. Mrs. M. J. Crabtree was
served a dainty luncheon.
sociations issued by Superintendent of
to finance the Stayton Industrial
Those enjoying the hospitality of Mr. i Schools W. M. Smith, statement l s
guest of honor.
School Fair will report at the meeting,
The house was artistically decorated
champ and wife. Joe. Fisher, wi/e and efficiency in school work is shown by and several other subjects of interest
in violeta and yellow daffodils a n d the
son Norval, Jacob Spaniol and family, the pupils as soon as definite interest will come up. Everyone is invited to
afternoon was spent in various games
Mts. Addie Beaver, G. C. Eksman and is taken by the parents, and that ex attend.
Slid chatting until about 5 p. m. where
ceptional interest is maintained by both
all repaired to the dining room where
when t h a t condition is aroused by
the- guesta found dainty place-carda on
meetings of the associations.
75c for the Stayton Mail one year.
the table denoting her place and a de
" It would be impossible," says Su
lightful two course luncheon was ser-
perintendent Smith, "for me to enu
veil by the- hostesses after which the
merate the many benefits that haye
gui-sts departed thanking Mrs. Beau
accrued from Parent-Teacher work in
champ and Mis. Jones fur their pleas
Thursday 3 p. m. there will b e a
the county. The associations have as
sisted probably more than any other meeting of the the ladies of the con
one factor in developing an interest in gregation for the purpose of organizin.;
After the regular business meeting school work throughout the county that a C. W. B. M. Women urged to be
motto is to furnish a pure sanitary of the I.O.O.F. lodge a royal surprise tended toward continued improvement. present.
General discussions pertaining to mak Thursday 7:30 p. m. Prayer service «»• I
article anil our price ia the same as banquet was given by t h e m and
ing school grounds beautiful, keeping Sermon, Subject—"Christian Fellow
At a meeting of the directors of the Mr. Jepheot’s w a s : 7Jc per quart the Rebekahs with G. C. Eksman and
the children enthused, and generally ship"
directors of the Stavton Mutual Tele through the feeding months and 6Jc G. P. Kearns t h e guests o f hon-
making the school house a prominent Friday afternoon. Ladies Aid Meeting
phone Co. on Monday evening of this
part of community life have proved of Friday evening, C. E. business meet
week, Henry Smith was elected as a
immense value to the educational de ing and social at Mrs. Wm. Nendel’s.
delegate to the Switchboard Associa
Bible School Lord’s Day 10 a. m.
time in the fall. We solicit the pat- rated in Oregon grape and daffodils. partment.”
tion, to be held May 1st.
Preaching Service 11 a. m.
For Circuit Judge Percy R. Kelly,
First sermon on “ Holy Spirit"
I resonable price. Brewer’s Dairy.
tf ent, and before leaving for home, alt
GAorgu G. Bingham, M. E. Pogue.
Dr. J. G. Turner, formerly of Communion 12 m.
For Representatives - Mrs. Rollin K.
BOY BADLY SCALDED
Lowe & Turner, eye specialists, Monthly business session 12:30 p. m.
trip to Alaska and a pleasant journey.
Page, Seymour Jones, E. H. Belknap,
STAYTON GETS BEATEN
of Portland, will be in Stayton again Junior Congregation 3p.m.
Thoa. Brown, Ben F. Roberthon, Geo.
Friday, April 14th, at Hotel Stayton. Boys and girls of Stayton of junior age
Keech, II. T. McinturtT, Ivan Martin,
Raymond, the eight-year-old son of
Headaches relieved, cross eyes straight are invited to come.
Fred Scheurer, Sam Brown.
Last Friday the Stayton Basket Ball
Mr. and Mrs. R. Min ten of I.inn Co.
ened. No charge for consultation or Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.
For Sheriff —W. I. Needham, E. E. was severely scalded with hot water i Team went to Scio to make their initi-
examination. Don’t fail t o let Dr. Preaching Service
7 3 0 p . m.
yesterday. The little fellow acciden j at game with the high school at that
I Turner show you the new double vision Second sermon on "Holy Spirit”
For District Attorney — Blaine Mc tally ran against a pail of the hot fluid j place. Twenty-six people, in all, start
glass, without lines or seams to catch
We are making preparations for the
Cord, W. E. Keyes, W. C. Winslow, with the above result. Dr. Beuuchamp ed for the game but Hbout one-half ar-
| dirt, strain the eyes, or come apart. evangelistic meeting to begin May 1st.
O. II. Carson, Max Gehlhar, Guy O. treated the injury.
j rived in time for the game, as they
One light solid piece of glass which Come a n d hear these fundement:»!
were delayed by the bad condition of
looks like a single pair, yet answers
For County Aaaessor-B. F. West.
Advertising is a subject to which few the purpose of two, enabling you to scriptural series of sermons and you
the rnnds. The score resulted in a vic
will understand better the series dur
FOR SALE—Eggs from Toulous tory for the Scio bunch w ho won 24 to readers give sufficient thought, and yet
For County Treasurer - D. G. Drager.
read or do close work and see distant ing the meeting.
For County Recorder Mildred Rob-
8. A return game will be played with it is of vital importance to them consid objects perfectly. Free demonstration;
Everybody invited to ali the services
setting of cither, 5 goose eggs or 15 Stayton at some future date.
satisfaction guaranteed. Don’t forget
R. L. Putnam, Pastor
For County Commisaioner — A. C.Lib-
the date. He will be in Scio Saturday,
by, Monroe Nye. J. T. Hunt.
Advertise your goods in the Stayton \
For County Clerk—l). ti. Boyer.
Do you realize that men are paid
Mail, t h e oldest, largest, and best !
For County Surveyor— — —
Korinek and Mielke report the sale newspaper ever printed in Stayton. It from $10.000 to $50,000 a year for their
For Coroner A. M. Clough.
of an "Oakland Six” to W. F. Boede- has the largest circulation and "Co ability to write advertising copy?
For County Superitcndent—Clarence ker of near Lyons on Wednesday of
vers the Territory Like a Blanket."
You will find some of this ability Trading Stamps given with Rexall,
Phillips. W. M. Smith, Lizzie Cornelius, this week. They will have another
shown in the columns of the Stayton Nyal, A. D. S. and Purola Remedies
W. C. Gauntt.
oar on hand tomorrow.
Dr. Beauchamp was called to Silver Mail, and we wish to impress upon you for one week at Beauchamp’s Drug
Sunday School 10 a.m.
The Rebekah lodge held their regu Creek Falls last Thursday to attend on the fact that there is interesting, in Store.
Church servi;e 11 a. m. with sermon
lar meeting Tuesday night at the I O.- Herbert Brown, a rancher of t h a t structive and benefical reading to be
by pastor on “ Christ First and Christ
A Lac of Rupees.
O.F. Hall and after the business ses place, who had severed a tendon of one found in our advertising columns. Of
“ L ac” is nn Indian terra, sig n ify in g
There is a pleasure in owning a good sion a social time was had with a lunch of his ankles with an accidental stroke course we know there are a lot of sub
Junior Epworth League 3:10 p.m.
100,001»; th u s a Inc o f ru p ees Is 100.000
of an ax. It took eight stitches to
"Kodak" and an added pleasure i n eon served about 10:30.
Senior Epworth League 6:c0 p m.
rti!>ees. or sh o u t £0.000
close the gap. Mr. Brown was quite
taking h beautiful picture.
Churih Service 7:30p.m. with sermon
and kodak supplies a t Beauchamp’s
Dr. Beauchamp reports a girl born to weak from the loss of blood when the there is not an issue that does not con
by pastor on "The Return Home or
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kttenzli of near doctor arrived.
The Prodigal, The Prig a n d The
tain an advertisement that will give
North Santiam on Friday, Marc). 24.
you some new idea, add to your com she isn't talking? Gibbs—She's look
P jtrr Dcidrich had the roof of his i and a boy to Mr. and Mrs Floyd Crab
Wednesday 7:30 Prayer Meeting
A SMALL BLAZE
big huildlng on Third St. repaired with 1 tree of Stayton the same day.
Thursday 2:30p.m.Ladies Aid Society
money. Take for instance the unusu
a pneumatic paint machine from Salem
Aye, There's the Rub!
meets with Mrs. Lot sway.
ally fine advertisement published this
h e doubt your love, count?"
Mr. and Mrs. Caspell of Cleveland,
The public invited to alt services.
A slight fire was started by n defec week by Peter Deidrich, about United
"Parbleu! Worse; s h e doubts m y
Ohio and Mrs. G. W. Caspell of the
E. B. Lockhart, Pastor.
The Brode Club met with Mias Tiffany | Waldo Hills visited at the Archie Cas tive flue at Mrs. Anna Stayton’s home est that you pay some attention to ad- ; title."— E x c h a n g e
last night and Mrs. C. A. Beauchamp pell home here Monday. Mr. Caspell
There will be a meeting of Troop N >.
The Only Result.
will entertain the club at her home is a brother of the late G. W. Caspell. S. L. Stewart w h o boards at that
In the advertising columns you find
"Did you raise anything on your 1 of Stayton Boy Scouts of Amerie
Wednesday April 12.
put it out and before much damage the story of the world’s commercial promise to pay?" “Ob. yes. A laugh." Saturday evening a t the old sch» r
building. Sc mts are requested to be
progress. Ninety per cent of all the i — Baltimore American.
.Beware of Ointments for » was done. Frank Lesley, agent for new inventions are first brought to
Mrs. J. C. Mayo returned to her
present. R. L. Putnam, Scout Master.
company in which the property was in
home in Spokane, Wash., Friday after Catarrh That Contain Mercury
public notice through advertising.
"Father, what is the consensus of
a three week’s visit with her son, J. n s mrri iirjr will rur»-: • d estro y the s e n s e
Did you say show? Yes, the Sts.
We want every reader to take an in- opinion?" "Your mother's opinions, nn
o f »moll and c o m p letely d era n g e tho is repaired us good as ever.
W. Mayo and family.
whole s y s t e m w h en rnierlnir It tlirouglt
has the best, see for yourself.
terest in the advertisements appearing |
" BufT»'lo l ' \ " r - -*
th e m ucous surfar» «. Fu. 1» a rticles should
in the Stayton Mail because they help
never ho vised ex.-ept on proscrip tions
Felix Van Ermen and wife returned from reputable p'.vsl Ions, ns the d im a g e
to provide the financial support of this I “
will fid Is i n told » 0 the good you
FOR SALE OR TRADE
l a s t Thursday from Monroe where c they
a n posslhly derive from thorn. Hall's
paper. All these advertisers are first
a t a r r h Ciiro. rr-niifn cturod h v F . .1
Mr. Van Ermen has been working in a C Chen
I'uick Runabout Auto, 1910 Model in class Pusiness concerns which have
ey A Co.. T led-». (>.. co n ta ins no
piling camp for Geo. Keech.
mercury, nnd Is i ’ -u l - t 'm o ll y , a ctin g
been investigated, and are guaranteed
directly upon the blood -ul i - u o o u s s u r good condition and a bargain for some
Buy their goods
f a c e s o f t h e sy s l m. In b u v l n g H a l l 's one. Will consider horses or cows in b y the publisher.
Cure ho •
v i »ret tho grnu-
FOR SALE Matched team of greys, Cntarrh
See H. L. whenever you can: it will be appreciat
It Is tabe n 1 , r .
,y n r l ovule In trade or anything of value.
wt. 1000 lbs. each. Good drivers or Toledo. Ohio 1 ’ .f. C h e n e y A C . 7 - \Ylight, Aumsville, I also have a Auc ed by us if you mention this paper.
for work. Priced cheap at $165.
Sold h e Piaue»' *:». T*rtr '
p er l* tlo. tion sab» every Saturday afternoon of
4-6x A. A. »McKenzie, Scio, Ore. Rt. 2 T ak e B a lt's I ' u
IT :-, f r • . Hn&tioj»
Giants and Dwarfs.
In the seventeenth century nil the
.! .. -mail., large and small folks of
Ai - -la were ns.-embled in Vienna In
iv use to a whim of the empress. As
i i. .nustanivs required that all should
be housed in one building, there was j
a fear that the imposing proportions \
of the giants would terrify the dwarfs.
Sacks furnished Free if you sell to us.
We are in the market for Monnir and Wool, and will pay the highest
But the dwarfs tensed and tormented
market price. Sacks furnished Free. Large or small lots bought.
the giants so that these overgrown
Phone us for quotations. We want your Mohair an.I Wool. We need
mortals complained with tears in their
it in our business.
eyes, nnd as a consequence sentinels
bad to be placed to protect the glanta
from their pygmy persecutors, for the
Custom Carding for Comforters and Mattresses. Your own
smallest men had the biggest brains
wool Recorded and Renovated.
and the longest tongnes.—London Tele-
M. l.ynot, who him complete charge
of the survey Old »onstruction work of
the Sult-m to Rend railroad, went to
Portland the latter part of last week,
returning Monday evening;. On Tues
day morning Mr. l.ynott went to I.yons
at whirh place the surveying crew is
hard a t work. ilfefore »tinting h e
Staled to r. Mail repreuentatlve that hia
principal« in Portland were much pleas
ed with the progress made, hut that
they wanted him to hurry things as
much us possible at this end, ns the
Portland offices were all reudy for the
chief engineers, and thinga must be
pushed rapidly in order to begin actual
construction by May 1.
Outside papers are beginning to wake
up to the fact that the railroad is sure
ly coming are way, and that Stayton
will be on the map in earnest in 1916.
With a new railroad, and machine
shops in prospect, together with the
many advantages Stayton has of water
power, location, a n d manufactures,
there is but little doubt in the minds of
those who ran see farther than their
nose that in 1920 Stayton will have a
population of MJOO.
"Stayton has mills and power a plenty,
6000 people in nineteen-twenty."
EHTEmiNS BRODE CLUB
AT BUNGALOW NOME
Ten of Stayton’a huainess men went
to Sublimity Tuesday night to attend
the regular meeting of the Sublimity
Commercial Club. Quite a crowd of
the Sublimity member« were on hand
and W. II. Downing called on many of
those present for speeches.
Among those who responded, and
talked of the new railroad being pro
jected from Salem to Bend were: J. T.
Kearns, E. M. Olmsted and Geo. Kaech.
After s considerable discuaaion along
that line, F. A. Bell gave the crowd
aorne very intereating remarks on how
to build up the fertility of the farms
from experience he had gamed in hia
trip to Germany five yearB ago. The
Stayton delegation then extended an
invitation to the Sublimity Club to via-
it Stayton in the near future.
MEETING MARCH 3i
REBEKAHS GIVE A
IF YOU WANT PURE
MILK OR CREAM
IN THE STAYTON MAIL
SERVICES AT THE
W O O L
M O H A IR
W e a r e b u y in g b o th m o h a ir a n d
w o o l th is s e a s o n a n d w ill p a y
th e to p m a r k e t p ric e .
Our colors art* Guaranteed, as we have enough dyo to last.
N E W DRESS GOODS AND SUMMER UNDERWEAR
Come and 9ee how the »roods are made. You are
welcome whether you buy or not.
WILBUR W OOLEN M ILLS Company, STAYTON, ORE.
LIB ER TY
Liberty will not descend to a
people; a people must raise them
selves to liberty. It is a blessing that
must he earned before it can be
Call or phone us before selling your clip. All deliveries
to be made at Stayton Produce Co.
Phone L. A. Thomas or J. W. Mayo