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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1916)
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Chas. Dick o f Salem visititi
friends in tit s city Sunday.
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UVKM M I
Lyons and l:ox
T M A K liS u hard-working man glad to have
Miss Anna Ptange left Satin-
Threshing in Fox Valley is n-
a dime’ s worth of W -H C U T Chewing in
d a y morni' g f o r Beaverton, bout done, and the farmers very
his pocket. A small chew is going to keep
where she will attend St. Mary's glad that the grain is safe.
tobacco contented and happy it long time—
Mrs. Woodworth and family
and lie saves himself the labor of grinding, spit-
R e v . Lainch entertained Rev. returned from the hop yard Sut *
tine. It’ s rich tobacco and pays both ways: finer
*■ "T 0CSEF3LD expense« mount up. The wife, no matter how econem-
HiPehran i o f Oregon City the day evening, and re|K>rt the pick
in flavor— more satisfying and it saves money.
* J ical. is liable to LACK BUSINESS METHODS. Install business
first of the week.
ing* troori and the hops in good
methyls in your home by teaching your wife the simple ART OF
Mtie by WEYMAN BRUTON COMPANY. 50 Ueioa Saaere. New York City
iiX n rfl. She will enjoy her new responsibility and you w ill be agree
Mrs. R P. Phillips u d daugh condition.
a. y surpriird to note the saving at the end of the month.
ter A im » were Salem visitors
Mrs- has gone to Horse Bros,
yard to pick hops.
START YOUR WIFE WITH
The Fox Valley school com
A BANK ACCOUNT TO D A Y l
Published every Thursday by
welden were entertained at the mences next Monday. Miss Alta
K. M .O l m u t b d
S T A Y T O N -KINGSTON
Hermens home over Sunday.
Brown is teacher.
Entered as second d as» matterat the
P. J. Nealen intends to erect a
Lyons school will commence on
S T A Y T O N S T A T E . BANK
Will make regular trips every day,
at Stayton, Marion, county,
residence in the city in the neat- Monday. Sept. 25. I. V’ . Kane is Sunday* Included ns follows;
Oregon, under the act o f Congres» o f
principal, and Miss White will
Marrh 3, 1879.
Leave Stayton for Kingston 6:6dA.M .
" Kingston '• Stayton
7:10 ” t j
Geo. Prange l e f t Tuesday teach the primary.
7 iO "
SLBSOtlPTIO.SS, SI 00 per y ear
morning f o r Sp< dane. Wash,
The new school house is pro
Address m H communications to
where he will attend the Gonza- gressing nicely, hut school will j Fere, Kingston to .Salem, 75 cent*
Stayton to Salem 50 ernie
THE STAYTON MAH.
begin in the old building.
- Stay ton
7:45 A. M.
Threshing i s about all done
Everyone is picking the Ever
A share of the banking business
•* Aumsville-meet Irain62 8:20 "
and the yield is good.
Funny how ; •• -
of Stayton and vicinity
Malem-meet Ore. Elec.9:10 "
Physician and Surgeon
The Sublimity fruit dryers and the despised Evergreen should Arrive
Leave Opp. Ore. Elee. Salem 4:30 P. M.
cider press is very busy.
Get of some use to the farmer.
- 6:06 "
" Aumsville-meet trainCl 6:20 “
your orders in.
(Too late for last week)
THE STAYTON MAIL
H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M .D.
Mrs. Dick Brown and daughter
Anthony Spenner is attending
Agnes w e r e Stayton visitors
the Mt. Angel College.
Geo. H. Bell ar d family are
You are assured of a safe deposi
tory and courteous treatment at
this bank, by ample capital and
long experience in the banking
Leave Stayton lor Kingston 6:10 I*.M.
" Kingston “ Stayton
Connects with Motor Car
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUItGEON
There was a gathering at Mrs.
home from Portland where he
Joseph H itrm tn
B. Martin’s Wednesday. Lunch
he had been on business.
S t a y t o n , O regon
J. A. Ditter and wife, Anton
Sheriffs Sale o f Real Property on Execution
Zuber, Jos. Heuberger and Frank Those present were: Mrs. Ring,
Mrs. Ed Trask, Mrs. EdJackson,
Roeser w e r e Gervias visitors
Mrs. Dick Brown and daughter
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That
Alta and Agnes. Miss Myrtle by virtue o f an execution duly issued
Jno. Darby of Shaw was in Brown. Miss Blanche Thompson, out ot the Circuit Court o f the State of |
Oregon, for the County o f Multnomah, :
unci Dental Expert
the city Friday.
Miss Pearl Grimes and Miss Max and to me directed on the 30 day o f ;
Miss Angeline Hermens and ine Berry.
August, 1916 upon a judgment duly ¡
brother William attended t h e
Miss Zoe Trask visited home rendered, entered of record and docket- 1
ed in and by auid Court on the 14th day j
15th anniversary of the marriage folks over Sunday.
f August 1916 in n certain suit then
of their uncle and aunt. Mr. and
in said Court pending, wherein W. D.
Mrs. Peter Kreiger at McMinn
Mister wns plaintiff nnd Hattie E.
Office Opp. Lancefield Shoe Store
Bartholomay was defendant in favor
home Sunday. They also attend
B. Waimhoff and wife, who ed church in Lyons in the even o f plaintiff and against said defendant
by which execution I am commanded to i
have been visiting the past week
sell the property in said execution and '
at the Mrs. Mary Boedigheimer
hereinafter described to pay the sum j
S. D. Brown and wife and due the plaintiff o f $100.00 with inter- j
home here, left for their home
-D e n tis t-
Mrs. Ed Jackson of Lyons were est thereon at the rate o f 8 per cent. |
in Lincoln, Nebr. Tuesday.
per annum from the 18th day o f No- j
in Stayton Thursday.
Mrs. Wm. VanHandel enter
vember 1915 until paid and the further j
sum o f $25.00, with interest Mt 8 per j Stayton,
tained her brother. Cornell Her
mens, Sunday, while the latter
with the costs snd disbursement« o f
was on his way to his home in
said suit taxed at $14.70 and costs and
expenses o f skid execution. I will on
Physician and Surgeon
Roy Follis was an Albany vis Saturday, the 14th day o f October,
Henry Mutschler and family
UH6 at the hour o f 10 o ’ clock A.
visited at the Hassler home Sun itor Friday.
said day at the west door o f the County ' A U M S V ILLE
Nick Geymer and family leave Court house, in Marion County, Oregon, ¡
PAUL FEH LEN
Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton, Oregon
C a p ita l $ 2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
G. Cyril Watson, D .M .D .
E. D. Crabtree, Prop.
Fresh. b.alt & Cured Meats
Lard & Creamery Butter.
Highest Market Price Paid For Fat Stock
Up Stairs in Roy Block
Fresh Milk & Cream
A. BURSELL, M. D.
Morning and Night
ij Lulay & Schindler
Contractors & Builders
|; Phone 77
Bath Tubs, Lavatories and
all Sanitary fittings— Farm-
ers-W e carry a line of
pumps, leader water sys
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
P. 0. Box 198
John Rabens of Union Hill
Theodore Fisher of Victor Point
and Jasper Phillips of this place,
killed a black bear a short dis
tance above Kelly’s saw mill
|; Dwelling houses a specialty
|; Let us figure on your build-
| [ We can save you money
A good job gauranteed
L. A. MESSING jj
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30 YEARS EXPERIENCE
i '< All work on watches and 1 ’
clocks guaranteed for
J | Try My Work, Jt Speaks For Itself j '
Located in tne Shoe Shop
] | West o f the Stayton State Bank
|i FARMS WANTED j
|| YOUR FARM LAND '
; | The Stayton Real Estate
R e lig io n g iv e * a m a n th a h ig h -
ar m o ra l c o u ra g a w h ic h ca n
loo k d a n g e r in the face un a w ed
u n d itm a y e d ; the c o u ra g e
th a t ca n e n c o u n te r lo t * of ease,
of w e alth, of frie n d *, of h i*
good na m e ; tha c o u ra g e
th a t ca n face a w o rld full of
h o w lin g
s c o rn — aye, of
lo a th in g and hata; ca n tee all
t h is w ith a t m ila and, s u ffa rin g
it all, ca n yet toil on, eon-
tcio u e of the re su lt, yet fe a rle tt
•till.— T h e o d o re P a rk e r.
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. English
and Wil i tm English are enjoy
ing an outing on their Allen
Prairie ranch near Silver Falls.
The Dover »trait Is only twenty-one
miles wide at Calais, which eily has
lieen connected with Dover by cable
He Lumped It.
“ My coffee Is not quite sweet
' * enough," remarked he.
Man ! I “ Well, if you don’t like It I suppose
you'll have to lump It," said she, with
:! a smile, passing the loaf sugar his
ii Geo. A. SMITH ;!
this week for Pendleton to a t-1 sell at
tend the Round-Up.
Mr. Alex and family, Mrs.
Marie Harold and daughter
Christiana, and Mrs. Peterson
of Quinby, spent Sunday at the'
Curtis Cole and G. F. Harold
Mrs. Ellen Townsend of Stay-
ton, called at the Kelly home
W. S. Mitchell, a one time resi Friday afternoon.
dent o f Happy Hollow, was visit
Mr. J. T. Follis visited at the;
ing friends and acquaintances
G. F. Harold home Sunday af
here last week. Mr. Mitchell is
eighty six years old and quite:
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Harold
capable of traveling alone, as he
son Ray ate Sunday dinner
made the trip from his home in
Curtis Cole home,
Salem to our neighborhood u n -;
Mrs. Louise Henkle was on the
Nearly all our young folks and' sick list Sunday.
some o f the older ones have been
Mike Gassner and father and
away in the hop yards, but are Titus Archer left yesterday for
the Round-up in Pendleton. They
Jack Richards of Mehama, is will make the trip in Mr. Gass-
hauling lumber from Kelly’s mill ner.’s auto.
Wilbur N. Pinllcr, D.M.D.
fcariy rtorso r-tneo Prize*.
Prize* for winners o f borne rneea
hundreds of years ago took enrioua
forma. The eorlleat waa the "lirlglla
The cluver hullers are busy d'or," or golden bridle. A fter this the
prize In England was a bell. This
now finishing up the harvest.
Idea waa taken from the custom among
owner* o f pack horse* o f decorating
From tbp ■••ced* o f the pastor oil plant the beat horse, which led the oaval-
a Herman chemist lias extra« ted what cade, with n bell, ao that on dark
Is *a!d to In- the most powerful polite:i
night* and In dangerous place* the
whereabout* o f the leader might be
known and the oilier* follow boldly.
"Sow, hou , laUe this UK' .:ige quick
At Carlisle allver bells were raced for
ly, will you?"
by the mo i troo|ier* noil dalesmen,
"Sure, bos.-," mu ii l the nicMxcnger boy.
nnd specimens o f these bells are still
” .Jlist Imagine you me a dauntless retained In the town hall.—St. .billies'
beii* on (lie volubl e trail.’’ —Pittsburgh Gazette.
public auction to the higheat:
for cash in hand on the d ay'of
gale, all the right, title, interest and G. F. KORINEK, V. S , B. V. Sc*
estate which said defendant Hattie K. |
V eterina ria n
Bartholomay and all persons claiming
Treats all domestic animals,
under her subsequent to the date o f
applies the Tuberculin test.
levy on the hereinafter described land,
December 11th, 1915, in, o f and to said
Office at Slayton Slahlea
premises hereinbefore mentioned and
described in s h h I execution as follows,
to-wit: An undivided 5-18 interest in
the Northwest one fourth (J) o f Sec
S. H . H E L T Z E L
tion Twenty (20.) Township nine (9)
South Range Seven |7) East o f Willam
A ttorn ey-at-L aw -N otary Public
ette Meridian, In Marion County, Ore
Farm Loans Secured
Said sale being made subject to re
demption in the manner provided by
Dated this 7th day o f September,
Sheriff o f Marion County, Oregon
By W. I. Needham, Deputy.
- J . M. R IN G O --
N o t R ic h E n o u g h to Bo Rude.
Newspaper reaileis have nil been tol l
that the one requisite for being very
liiurli "In society" In New York la to be
very rich. And the view finds support.
It la said, Inside the charmed circle It
self. At an evening party with song
bird* from the Metropolitan one o f the
proudest queens left In tlio mlddlo of
the program, says Harper’s Magazine.
A rival, whose dislike o f music wna
equally genuine, rose to follow her,
lint wns detained by the gentleman by
“ No, my dear lady,” he said, “ you
aren’t rich enough to leave early. Mrs.
A. bn* ten time* your money—lt’a all
right for her—but you must be polite
and stay till the end.”
V. A. GOODE
LAWYF.R and NOTARY PUBLIC
Conscientious Attention Given
Office Room No. 6, Roy Bldg.
I have t ►tablishc I a repair «hop in
the Cooper building on Water Street
and will repair anything.
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"Mrs. Wiggins says she doesn't be
lieve more than half the gossip *hc
hears about her neighbors.”
The Trover-W eigel Studio will be
"Perhaps not, hut she nlwnya be open Saturday and Sunday October 7th
lieves the worst half."— SL Louis Post-
and 8th. They are now located in the
Mtttthicu Bldg on Second Street,