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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1917)
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STAYTON, MARION C O U N T Y ,
Valley- It Covers (he
Territory Like a Blanket.
Ü U R S D A Y , M A R C H 8, 1917.
STAY ION’S INDUSTRIES
Manufacturing F! n i s
That r-': ' cc^tcd m
Serial No. 109?
RECEPTION TENDERED P/ T IT - . IR
THE NEWLY WEDS A OC IT P 0 AH
’ r liirhtM to that town. He hi s |
«Iso taken out the old obsolete
r 11 *rutor which was a 188 eye e
1l(wi volt jihnz.” alternating cur-
■ „ generator and installed a i
6 - ryele three phaze 2ltOO vo t
alternating current general r
thuH more than doubling his volt-
ag and Hiandardizir.g the cur
rent so that a motor purchased ;
in Portland will tit the current
ihim saving his patrons the I
tr Ith. and expense of sending
e t for a motor. In m tkir-g
these changes . has been nee
essary too put entirely ne.v
transmission wires praeticallp all
over town. The power used in
drivi g the machinery is water
rn iuirii)K f>8 horse power.
Ir. Taylor is a wide awake
«man,alive to the interest
of his patrons and is deserving
The Hebckas anu Orb
held a reception in i onor of given ;■ th F.
: udi orium
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Taylor w i.o Friday March 9th.
were recently married. There Music b/ II.
Or ; tra
was a large crowd pr. .intend Subject fo* disc" ion “ Tha
P ayro ll« o f
rent Bone • I
at enjoyable evenin; . ¡¡¡ad.,: Moral Stand rd<f • mmunity."
to o V ( \
T h e entertainment con mi t tee “ The* Newspa er
r.u n iiy-A II
i ¡ it3 Rela-
of Air . 1 hr. Beaucl
tion to < ^immunity
Furimi i « Should
Mrs. H Lilly, Mrs. li. A. Scl
C. 1 Daugherty
b< Knc uraprrd
fer. Miss Ella Williams and Mi. s ' Reading
The Slayton IÒI ■iric Fight Co.
“ The Bu.-int. 3 * I
’s Maral OL -
The High School orehv tn f ,r- ligation to a Co ..¡nun iy.”
was bapi by A. I eli -
nished most of the instrumental ............
i tailed operatoli! in lk: »7 under
_ W. ii, Hoi:
music, a quartette cor, ■ j 1 - ed
his management and f iitiincd
' ‘ The- Schools Inkuenc- on ;
! Stanley A. Starr, C. A. Bcau-
under the sain • for a numb *r of
champ, Dr. H. A. Beauchamp S ng
y< ars or until u it the tint • he
H. S. Chi
arid Dr. W. N. I'intler favored Discu-: "ion ‘Organizing a
company was ii in n. • a ter
¡the gathering with several selec- munity Sing’t
which Mr.«. S
i ' . . ..
and for an encore pave a recita Discussion of Basket i-upp
Taylor the ore*
tion, II. C. Beauchamp and Mrs. program Miss Barett and -/ •
the plu.nl in Sei 1
M. Iiingo sang solos, every
number on the rurogram was
were here a li | time Mr. i u.\ -
well rendered and enored. All
who took part performed their
the improc em
tasks like veterans and to the
made A i..i e
ber ol |<oles
pleasure of those present. Air.
have been replaced with new
Western states and We- . 1
Mr.--. B. A. Sebiu .
ones and hy
Senators and Cong;
Acacia Chapter O. E. S. a t
Grand March after which light vitally concerned about the
labor :!«<• pi;. ' has been k pt their regular meeting held Friday
refreshments were served.
going and been able to supply evening last added two n e w
velopment of electrical one. y.
There were two other marches
current practically continoualy members to their order. The
It is annrunce . that the Chi
in which all present took part, the cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
since the new company took over work was done by the lodge
— Act'd in Philadelphia Pubiio Ledger.
second march being led by Dr. railroad is prepared to elect rif/
members in their usual efficient
and Mrs. Beauchamp and the 250 mi’es moie or to have it )
been sjient on improvements and manner.
leer was of a different de-
last ons by Mr. and Mrs. H. miles in a 1 .
extensions during Mr. Taylors
Visitors from Victoria Chapter
n, f different size and tonage
Lilly, this march wound up the
Bonk have b en old to 1 2
No. 7b, Aumsville, were Mr. arid
under-water design,and often
of pleasure and all voted amount of '\5'0, 0> to 'c c .c r
taken hi from the product he Mr . Beevina, Mr. a n d Mri.
h pedal engines built for this
There are reasons, and gc
the evening one long to be re cost o; installing the new e. -
Swank and Mrs. Lewis.
ones, to believe that the snip snip alone.
membered. The entertainment trifica- on fiom Oihello to Pug t
There has been times during
Now «ome shipyards are laying
An excellent lunch was served building industry of this country,
I committee had done their work Sound.
the past IS months when the by the* ladies utter the initiation which has received such an >
in n small fleets of vessels each
lights were not all that the pat* ceremonies, and » social hour traordinary impetus since the
ft-is r Iso well F ti CWK tTfat ti. 7
■ j of identical design with the
means the electrification of t >
. a was much enjoyed.
break of the war. will sur : e others in detail. These ships are
t t e laalt oi the manage-
BUSINESS other tr ncontincntal lines in 1
and prosper after the war. When standardized.just as the Amer-
ment but owing to the lact that
the Rock m unia n to the eo<. .
business is once established < a an automobile ¡3 standardized,
the plant was too heavily loaded
The seven other railroads t . ;
The nation and states 1 ted
gigantic scale, economit on p>
there is a corresponding re-
ljltf , .
l 8 ^ duction and improvements ini an- it in the actual cost of con- more business and le?s poiit .-. cross the mounta us to the ot.
H sullicient iur | ni i s, any in of in es, highest p|an^g are effected which wert -truclion. Moreover, the new
President Wilson asked Con- wi l v ¡th :. a few years all I 3
ars built on modern lines, grefs to vote fifty millions to obi ged to use electric current.
Ti e mere equipment orth s
i . pH'.-.
tay toil 1 rm uce Co.
Standardization has I
U the best factory found a merchant marine just
• • 'omas Manager, secret of the success in oth< - rn tan*
ped in this coun- before the European war broke chance will i v. lve expenditu j
of over one ! u , re million dol
ufacturing fields. but stan«
.:- try to a high«
ree than else- out.
Ekatnan left Tuesday at ion baa heretofore bet .
herein the world, with the lar-
Congress responded by er,;, t- lars, an! deve'opment of new
he 1 a mili:
hue morning for Saskatchewan. Can- in shipbuilding. Each ship i a gest ¡iossible elimination of ing a law that has driver, mest power plant.
to Suhl unit \ and i* now furnish- ada.
As much more money will fca
structed by the American ; in waste nv tion and the greatest of our off-sea shipping from the
n geuerati g plants f 6 r
po.- ible economy of hand labor. ocean and gives Japan a mi : 0 ; .
and labor and there is
When railroads need two hun
With the experience now being
a ;uire .l here and efficient plans dred millions for extensions, no greater plan for the develop
h i successfully operated, only the double-tracking and new termi ment of the west.
While other railroads were
establishment of the iron and nals, Congi*ess responds with
more or less handicapped by
steel industry on this coast is re the Adamson bill.
When there is a great need in . cold weather and l ucking sno w
quired to insure that shipbuilding
can hold its own on this Coast our country for abundance of drifts, the one electrified road
1 ' a in magnitude.— Seattle farm labor to clear our rough maintained service.
J -i: i
lands and get them ready to pro Electrification of the rai)
duce Congress adopts an immi to the coast is an economic an l
gration law to shut out common military necessity and hence
western interest in water pov.cr
labor for literary, tests.
permitting development ( f
When the nation at the close
of the war will enter into com-
detition with all the cheap labor
CARD OF THANKS
T h e Willamette University and longer hours af Europe.
jUUN Glee Club was at the Star last Congress enacts minimum hour
I wish to thank Ihe many kin i
Friday evening and gave a per egislation under which we can
is and 1 itrhhors f. ;• th Ir
yaw formance of merit The enter- not compete.
tjj tainment furnished was of a high
kg 1 k i and deserved far better
v.N; .to should
;!’an was accorded. The
E entire club is composed of artists W’elter of Shaw.
l i and they deliver the goods.
M « N
hS The pianist Miss Hockensmith is
I jj •. i-th\ t. special mention as her
playing and singing were excel
IN WATER PC
• EASTEKN STAR INITIATIS
ptat " tairi
. . - -ll-npootaa i a n n
of all Wool
a word here about the importance of
s absolutely essential to good
chu es, ii > ou want good fit, style, tailoring
and long wear, you must have it.
klK.ifnr if/lsrxuse nothing but
at: bom this high
Saturday is Universe
Me Casîniieres—a spiendid value, $12.5«
S A LEM
W O O LEN M IL L S
S TO R E
A GOOD SHOW
Bishop All Wool Clothes
■ tirer &
i : : qui
So Proclaimed All Cvsr the *, itt 1 St
We sell them cn Saturday the s^mj as c
3 Doz for 25c
1 r column is an ad of
1 "’ ui i glit. This is especial-
t. -i. iiud for Ford cars and
>I’ i« - a light ■ enerated by the
T'ord Ma neto. It increases the
candle powe»* of the Ford lights
more than four fold at any speed
under fteen miles f er hour.
the hi i can be attached in a
very fe v min te; an 1 is uaran-
teed for twelve ¡11 nths. J. P.
Wilbur i State At e ;t.
Few ost ¡k F
Tre- 'ay for
his home i.i S.tip., .Montana.
i lie Finest line of D r e s s (
Ever assembled un ler one root no.’.
tion in our store, and the best of all, no raise
in pr ce.
Will yo 1 please visit our :or
you w'e w. nt the exercPc .0
er you buy or not.
Plenty of Oyster Sh:II at Prices t: it
. : ke . ,
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