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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1916)
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ilio J . H. J e t e r fa r m , one m ile w e s t o f S t a y t o n
Tw o futile Invasions o f Mexico nil 1
six separate nml distinct policies on
tho question of (icrmlttltig Rriu* mid
ammunition to bo sont Into that couu
try aro Included In the performance
of the Wilson ndinlnlstrntlcn In I * «. : rr.'.XM rj :.TSTTrm rr:r:aa.X3gai
dealings with our southom uolg'.il ■ •
In less than three years. It Is this
characteristic Instability of the gov
ernment that w akei peoide want a
oale Com mences at 10 a. m.
Six Head of Milk
MAN of family has a big responsibility. He not only must con-
se-ve tlie morals and education ot his wife and loved ones, but he
must :ee to it that THEY SHALL NOT WANT. Is there a bet-
• v 'v c f l ei.m g his dear ones than by adding to his BANK ACCOUNT!
\ t ..1 provide against sickness and misfortune. Every man of family
All giving milic cut one.
Bryan reiterates that he Is out for
Wilson. “ Hark from the toiuh a dole
ful sound."—I'hiladolphla luqulrcr.
B A N K ACCOUNT.
JMOULD H A V E
S I X 8 W E E K S P IC S
When Charles E. Finche* said: "The
dealings of the administration with
Mexico constitute n confuseti chapter
of blunders.” bo gave an explicit char
acterization o f the Wilson administra
tion's policy In one sentence.
C a p it a l $ 2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0
STAYTON MEAT MARKET \
SESTA K &
T H O M A S,
E. D. Crabtree, Prop.
Fresh, salt & Cured Meats
Lard & Creamery Butter.
Highest Market Price Paid For Fat Stock
Fresh Milk & Cream
Morning and Night
Lulay & Schindler | — ~—
Contractors & Builders
J Dwelling houses a specialty
* Let us figure on your build-
We .can save you morujy
£ A good job gauranteed
l Phone 77
Bath Tubs, Lavatories and
all Sanitary fittings— Farm-
ers--We carry a line of
pumps, leader water sys
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
P. O. Box 198
JACO B SP A N IO L
j L. A. MESSING 1
3) Y E A R S EXPERIENCE
* All work on watches and < *
clocks guaranteed for
J Try My Work, It Speak* For U*elf j J
Located in the Shoe Shop
* W est o f the Stayton State Bank
m * 4 f* * «4
N EW SCH ED U LE
j Geo. A. SMITH
} The Stayton Real Es ^ te Man
One Garden Cultivator
One Road Cart
One Syracuse Plow
One Set Single Harness
One Empire Cream Separator No. I
One Mower, One Hay Rack
Other things too numerous to mention
All sums of $10.00 and under, cash. Over $10.00 a credit of 6 months on bank
able note at 8 ‘ i interest. 2G discount for cash on sums over $10.00
W. B. ALLIS,
Sàie o f Real Property on Execution
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
by virtue o f an execution duly issued
out ot the Circuit Court o f the State of
Oregon, for the County o f Multnomah,
and to me directed on the 30 day of
August, 1916 upon u judgment duly
rendered, entered o f record and docket
ed in and by said Court on the 14th Uay
o f August 1916 in a certain suit then
in said Court pending, wherein W. I).
Mixter was plaintiff and Hattie E.
Bartholomay was defendant in favor
o f plaintiff and against said defendant
by which execution i am commanded to
sell the property in said execution and
hereinafter described to pay the sum
due the plaintiff o f $100.00 with inter
est thereon at the rate o f 8 per cent.
|jtr annum from the 18th day o f No
vember 1915 until paid and the further
sum o f $25.00, with interest at 6 per
cent, from August 14th, 1916 together
with the costs and disbursements of
said suit taxed at $14.70 and costs and
expenses o f said execution. I will on
Saturday, the 14th day o f October,
1916 at the hour o f 10 o ’ clock A. M. o f
aid day at the west door o f the County
Court house, in Marion County, Oregon,
sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash in hand on the day of
sale, all the right, title, interest and
estate which said defendant Hattie E.
Bartholomay and all [K-rsons claiming
under her subsequent to the date o f
levy on the hereinafter described land,
December 11th, 1916, in, o f and to said
premises hereinbefore mentioned and
described in said execution as follows,
to-wit: An undivided 5-1S interest in
the Northwest one fourth (J) o f Sec
tion Twenty (20,1 Township nine (9)
ioulh Range Seven l7j East o f Willam
ette Meridian, In Marion County, Ore
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. 1. Needham, Deputy.
The Insuperable handicap o f the
Democratic party In this campaign Is
If the Democratic national ndralnls-
j tratlon had left on the statute books In
l'-bl the federal corrupt practices act
placed there by the Republicans there
would lie no occnslon for the present
administration's campaign publicity
measure, which at best Is n very poor
substitute for the law repealed.
President Wilson's campaign man
agers are entitled to nil the comfort
they can get out o f calling the roll of
Progressive* who are going to vote for
him. It visild he an endless task to
•all the roll of Progressives who are
not going to vote for him.
f o r every reason that can he nil
vanced why Progressives should vote
for Wilson ten enn be advanced why
they should vote for Hughes, and the
I «entity o f It Is that they know the rea
sons without having to be told
The Wilson adm'rdstraflon went into
Mexico to pttnl-h Villa for Ms out-
mge on American soil. Ti e only pun
ishment Inflicted 1ms been on American
soldiers, who were shot d iwn at Car
riza! by order o f first Chief f ’arrnnxa
When making curry always use a
wooden spoon. Iron spoons spoil the
aroma o f the spices.
j; YOUR FARM LAND f
am t r a c i n a — h . ■ m b — —
G EO . K EEC H ,
j FARMS W A N T ED !
Top Buggy, Almost New
Chnrle* K. Hughes, the Republican
candidate, recognizes an Important
: fact that Woodrow Wilson, the I)emo-
| cratle president, appears to have over-
I looked—that the United States Is big
i enough to help Mexico out o f tho con
dition o f nnnrchy In wliMh that coun
try Is plunged and. by securing order
In Mexico. Insure peace on our border.
“ Franklin Roosevelt, ?>-!-•: it secre
tary o f the navy, sec- a s’ rone trend
Will make regular trips every day. for Wilson In Maine."—» v s Dispute!).
Who pan Mante n man who for three
Sundays included as folio ■ *:
years has been assistant to Josephus
Leave Stayton for Kin. to: 6:50 A.M. Daniels for “ seeing things?"
“ Kingston *' Station
liven W oodrow Wilson could not
save the infamous f t dee amendment
Fare, Kingston to Salem, 75 cents
to the Philippines bill. He lost the
Stayton to Salem 50 cent*
al.’est memlter of his cabinet. Secre
- 7:45 A. M.
tary Harrison, because <*f M< advocacy
of the policy o f scuttle, hut pven the
“ A im 'vXle-me- t train62 8:20 '*
sacrifice o f Garrison could not save It
8:35 ’ *
Arrive salem-meet Ore Elee.9:10 “
(.'•ave Opp. Orr. Elec. Salem 4:3l> P. M. WILflON’8 POLICIES DLOWN UP.
Charles Evnns ITughcs did have ex
“ Aurru-vile-meet trainili 5:20 “
plosives with him when his motorcar
was searched by a Canadian soldier,
but they were tinder the candidate’»
j I,cave Stayton tor Kingston 6 :' i P.M. hat. Mr. Hughes will set them off on
“ King on “
6:'!5 P.M. his western tour, und some of Mr. Wil
' ■ -I -■ with Motor Car
son’s policies will he blown up—New
Joseph ilamman York Sun.
FRBB LUNCH AT N 00N
Just us it Is now obstinately shut
ting Its eyes to the need o f Industrial
preparedness, for three years the Wil
son administration refused to sec the
need o f adequate military prepared
ness. With war on our southern bor
der It was content to rely on n regular
army that could only muster 40.000
avuilablo men and refused to continue
the established policy o f building up
our navy. When tho time came for ac
tion tho country had not sufficient
troops to police the border, and this
force has been supplemented by a trlflo
more than one-third tho war strength
o f the national gunrd. If the qatlonnl
administration had had the ability to
Interpret the signs o f the time military
preparedness would have been well tin-
; (1er way Instead o f !>arely begun.
Farmers & Merchants
Grade Holstein and
One Registered Duroc-Jersey Sow Bred to Registered Boar
“ Inadequate" aptly characterize* the
Wilson administration, but almost any
synonym o f unsatisfactory will do.
i 1 be fresh from December to April.
Durham. One Jersey.
1 Yearlinq Jersey Bull
\ | Denioorats who harbored hopes that
Josephus would catch the virus from
tho Bryan and Garrison resignations
are still nursing their disappointment.
Nothing remains for them but to re
sign to a realization that J ose p h u s will
A share of the banking business
ot Stayton 2 nd vicinity
THREE HEIFER CALVES COMING ONE YEAR OLD
Tho stopping of Governor Hughe*'
auto by a Canadian soldier will not
matter. Inasmuch ns tho hand wagon's
progress Is not to he Interrupted
You are assured cf a safe deposi-
tory and courteous treatment at
this bank, by ample capital and
long experience in the banking
fo llo w in g c u scrib e d p r o p e r ty to th e h ig h e s t b id d e r:
"A penn’orth each of liniment and
liquid cement, please."
"A re they both for the same person
or shall I wrap them up separately?"
"W ell, I dnnno. M ow er’* broke 'or
teapot, so »lie wants the < emeu?, blit
fnrver wants the liniment. ’ L s wliat
intivver broke 'er teapot on." Pull
S. H. H B L T Z B L
THE STAYTON MAIL
A ttornev-at-I.aw - Notary Public
Published every Thurauay by
K. M .O
l m x t k ii
Farm Loans Secured
Entered as second class m atterat the
poatotfice at Stayton, Marion, county,
O regon, under U m e ct o f
March 3, 1879.
- J . M. PvlNGO-
SUBSCRIPTtO SS, SI 00 p er y ear
Address all communications to
I HE.STAYTON MAIL
H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
V. A. GOODE
LAWYER and NOTARY PUBLIC
Conscientious Attention Given
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
Office Room No. 6, Roy Bldg.
PHYSICIAN ANI) SURGEON
S t a y t o n , O regon
I have established a repair shop in
the Cooper building on Water Street
and will repair anything.
and Dental Expert
The Trovcr-W eigel Studio will be
open Saturday and Sunday October 7th
and 8th. They are now located in the
Matthieu Bldg on Second Street.
Wilbur N. Fintier, D.M.D.
Office Opp. Lnnccfield Shoe Store
G. Cyril Watson, D.M.D.
-D e n tis t-
arovmd h alf
REFLEX SLICKER* 3.
will keep yo\i dry ar\d
OUR 00th YEAR
A J TOWER CO.
Clara I overheard Air. Blmberly
rny to a friend the other evening that
I was a |netty young Indy. Maude—
Well, you are pretty young; but, o f
course, you are growing older each
Up Stairs in Roy Block
A. BURSELL, M. D.
Physician and Surjíeon
A UM SVILLE
G. F. KORINEK, V. S„ B. V. Sc*
Treats all domestic animals,
applies the Tuberculin test.
O fllce at Stayton Stablea
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For Indigestion u o 1-r. Aliks’
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