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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1917)
S T A Y T O N M A IL OREGON INDUSTRIAL REVIEW
ALEXANDER A DAUGHERTY, Owners »mi Uuhlishcrs
C. E. DAUGHERTY, Editor and Manager
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AND H A V l A
C U T TO O !
TOU.SAV YO U IN JO Y
to b a c c o ; t n in t a k i
CHt W t a T H U W
AND Y U l M l HOW
Bend has opened th< new $»1,000 Pilot Butte inn.
Uassmusen & Co. will build a $60,000 paint warehouse at
■utercd as Mcond class matter at the postoffice at Stay ton, Marion P o rtla n d .
C s a a ty . Oregon, under the Act o f Congress o f March 3, 1879.
Salem State buildings amounting to *160.0)0 let to archi
Subscription Price $1.00 Per Year In Advance
Portland organizations h tv > initiated an anti picketing law
to protect business against conspiri: » 1 . boycotts of any kind,
• f lh « State Editorial Auociation and of the Willamette V allry Editorial
A.M X ia bon
Oregon City gets $10,(MX) hospital improvement.
Kaat Portland to get a *20,0tK) bakery.
Advertising Rates Made Known Upon Application
Ptnisi Adrerturf RepremteJ by TW Arntrican Press Association
Address a’lJCommunications to The Stayton Mail
T*S natural that a gentlemanly feeling shouldaprompt
one man to tell another about W *lf L l l Cjlio\v i.»■
•o he, too. may enjoy ihc conti ntmvnt t,,t . • i ■ o
rich, sappy tobacco—uml also avoid so r u.v!» chewing
The common-sense of it appeals to ncoplo with
brains. There’s no getting 'round facts, \\*B will s ivc
a man money—a little chew lasts ami satisfies. A 10c.
pouch goes twice as fur us ten cents’ worth of the old
ordinary kind of chewing.
Cinnabar mines in Sams Valley being worked t .r
Farmers creamery will add a 300 lbs. a day cheese
Oswego cement plant will receive 1, )00 tons lime rock from
Gold H ill,.
The hog market continues to soar skyward. -
Portland has two electric light and power plants, neither one
T h e Czar o f Russia has abdicated his throne and from pres
. . . .
Ma4* by WETMAN BRUTON COMPANY, 11*7 Brs.4«.,, Now York City
e n t indications the re will soon be a republican form of government
m ^ e y and is now to have a municipal plant forced upon
in th a t p a rt o f the world, and there is a bare possibility that
th- ^ « t y .
Besides adding a few millions to the city debt, adding
re vo lu tio n in Russia is the beginning of the death knell toall crown hl! " d™ds t0 *he Clt>’ Pavrolls and scrapping presents plants nothing
heads o f E u ro p e . O n e th in g sure that for speediness and lack of " 1 ** 8a,rUH •
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE OCT 15
bloodihe 1 the Russian revolution has them all beat. I f she
Swift Livestock Co. has bought bank at Bend to promote cat-
Physician and Surgeon
only get itarted off right the possibilities that lie before her
are tie industry.
S T A Y T O N -K IN G S T O N
u n lim ite d , fo r th e natural resources of that great country have
Lebanon has subscribed nearly $10,000 and seems sure to get
STAYTO N .
n e v e r been developed o r any attempt made to develop them. a cannery>
Will make regular trip« every day,
W ith th e proper encouragem ent from the Government the
Sundays included as follow*:
deve lope ment in that great country will startle the world.
f H ^ River-Oregon-Washington telephone company shows
sai . km rnoNK «HI
loss for 1916 of $4087.51,
lA'irve Stayton for Kingston 8:35 A.M.
H. A BEAUCHAMP, M L
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
b Ike Canty Cavt at the State of Ore-
lea far M alin Canty
THIS IS CERTAIN
•• Kingston •• Stayton
To merely parallel main line railroads with hard surface Arrive
roads cripples the former and helps develop the state very little.
County, Oregon, duly entered or record
in sm J Court.
All persons having
claims against said estate are required
to send the same properly vended, with
proper vouchers, to Carson ft Brown,
his attorneys, at Salem, Oregon, within
six months from the date o f this notice.
Dated this 9th day o f March, 1917.
BE RNARD GESCHER,
PARSON ft BROWN
Attorneys for Executor
t i f f R ew ard , $100
waf i n of this paper will ba
I to lewra that there la at least one
that science has been
to I care la all lu stages, and that la
____rrh. Hall’s Catarrh Cure la the only
pasture cure bow known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
, requires a constitutional treat-
u d raucous surfaces of the system, there*
hr destroying the foundation of the dis
ease, and giving the paUent strength by
building up tha constitution and assisting
naturals doing Its work. The proprietors
k i n a* much faith in Its curative pow
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars
tar any ease that It falls to cure. Bend
Cor* list o f testimonials.
Address T . J. CKXMXY A CO., Toledo, Ohio,
by all Druggists, T5e.
i Sail's Family PUla far
What could furnish stronger evidence
o f the »«c .e n c y o f any remedy than
the te8t o f time- Thouaands »f people
*"atify that Doan • Kldney
brought lasting results,
Grateful endorsements should prove |
Wilbur N. Pintler, D A I).
Union Pacific railroad carries on big campaign to colonize
Years * k ° people right in this locality European immigration on idle lands of the west,
Leave Stayton lor Kingston 4:25 P. M.
*• Kingston ** Stayton
connects with Motor Car
testified to the relief they had derived |
from the use o f Doan's Kidney Pills.
Hamman & Stout
tdUg6n6 L,T6HIT16ry plans to establish ch(H?SO factory.
They now confirm their testimonials. •
Springfield—Favorable decision rendered in favor o f S. P.
Co. in unm erpn* suit undoubtedly means building large car shops
Joseph Wint, retired blacksmith. 668 a^ Springfield
G. Cyril Watson, D.M.D.
- Dentist— r
STAYTON MEAT MARKET Up Stairs in Roy Block
0 , , , °n
High S t, Salem, Ore., says: “ My
Brookings—1200 foot wharf to be built here.
back and kidneys bothered me. My
kidneys were disordered and my badk
Linnton—Citizens here suffer by jitney tactics—fare raised
P r o p r ie to r s .
seemed to lose strength. Doan’s Kid- at rush hours, relief sought
Portland laughing stock of Pacific
Physician and Surgeon
ney Pills put me right.’
(Statem ent. coast f o r f a j|u re t0 regulate jitney».
given December 12, 1912).
L A S T IN G RESULTS
Eugene cannery to try packing pork and beans.
A U M S V IL L E
O R EG O N
On A yn l 11, 1916, Mr. Wint said: ‘ ‘ I
Cottage Grove cannery expects great year.
haven't had any kidney trouble for
several years and I give Doan’s Kidney
$60,000 road being surveyed across Morrow County.
Highest Market Price^Piid Fer Fat Stock
s . h . h H t.*r;d tc u w ‘ •"
rills eredit for bnng.ng lasting result*,
Oregon City Woolen Mills running double time.
Price 50c, at all dealers.
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Pacific Coast Defense League organizes with primary object
Kidnev Pills—the same that .
, . .
. . .
V r. Wint has twice publicly recom- to ob tain construction of military highway from Canadian to Mex-
K»rm I-onna Siu-urril
mended. Foster-MilDurn Co., Prop’s., ican line.
A. BURSELL, M. D.
Fresh, Salt & Cured Meats
Lard & Creamery Butter.
Buffalo, N. Y.
(Joquille— Reynolds mill starts on 12,000,000 foot spruce
V. S. Wagner of Fern Ridge order for Great Britian.
Jungwirth Brosof Jordan were passed through Stayton Tuesday
Coos Bay—S. P. Co. lets contract for rip-rapping new bridge
on his way to Portland.
Stayton callers Tuesday.
piers. Will take 10,000 tons of rock and employ 30 men 4 months.
Roseburg—Broccolli shipments to begin soon.
loads to be canned this year.
Donald citizens installing numerous electric motors for cheap
Bath Tubs, Lavatories and
all Sanitary fittings— Farm-
ers-W e carry a line of
pumps, leader water sys
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
West Linn proposes $14,000 school.
G. F . K O R IN E K ,
V. S „
B. V . Sc
/ a R o o f in o
Treats all domestic animal«,
applies the Tuberculin tsst.
O f th e at St nylon M aW ci
S TA YTO N
. . . .
Molalla—$100,000 corporation prepares to send fire clay from
here to Ohio.
Lakeview—Project on foot to irrigate 54,000 acres between
Lawlen and Crane.
Salem to have a $75,000 hospital.
The quick, safe
and reliable roofing
Coos Bay to start $300,000 road work.
Lane county to try experiment o f growing rice.
Waterpower developement means everything to the west.
So called conservationests have hindered waterpower developement
at this critical time, and congress fails to pass remedial legislation.
Portland will put $3,000,000 bond issue for grain docks and
elevators up to vote of the people at next election.
Especially desirable In the
country or where there is
no water system, because
For Infants and Children
In U s e For 0> er 3 0 Y e a r s
A lw a y i bears
St. Marys Church
Contractors & Builder*
C. B. O'NEILL F IR E PJKOOF
G E O . A . S M ITH
Lulay & Schinuler
IS PR AC TIC AL! v
C A S T O R J A
— Real Estate—
And Farm Loans
Tillamook to get two-storv $12'000 theatre.
Rooms 5-6 Bush Bank Building
The Stayton Mail
Gervais working for cannery.
are heavily stocked in some
lines, and can serve you at
the old prices. After the old
stock is gone, no one knows what
prices will be. Order now.
Office Room No. 6, Hoy bldg.
- J . M. RINGO—
Canyon City—Sumpter Valley Ry. to expend $150,000 on imp
Coquille—$18,000 o f paving to be laid here in business sec
LA W YER and NO TAR Y PUBLIC
The Dalles—Wittenberg-King Co. to enlarge plant at cost
VT ou had better look over your
* stationery and order your let
ter heads, envelopes, statements,
bill heads and any other supplies
you may need before further ad
V. A. GOODE
JA C O B S P A N IO L
Baker—Stoddard Lumber Co. to make $25,000 improvements.
P H Y S IC IA N
S t a y t o n , O reg on
9:15 A. M.
Marshfield—Kruse & Banks soon to launch another ship.
Gladstone— Brick factory planned here.
I,e«vo Opp. Ore. Klee. Salem 2:45 P. M.
D E N T IS T
Silverton—Cheese factory opens here,
Ollire Opp. I.ancefleld Shoe Spire
Salem—Associated Oil Co. to build $30,000 distribution plant
Corvallis—Electric trains to be running here in 60 days.
The Proof That Stayton Reader* cannot
In the matter of the 7 Executor’s No-
Estate o f Thereaa
Theresa ’ ^ tice of Appoint-
Rieaterer, Deceased ) ment.
Notice ie hcrebv given that Bernard
Geacher was apponted executor of the
estate o f the said Theresa Kiesterer on
the 26th Day o f February, 1917, by an
order of the County Court of Marion
It U good roofing and g iv e « splen-
AM satisfaction because it is B id * right
F is t samples and literature
err it or y o u r
d ealer o r
D u r a b le R o o fin g
M fg . CO *
Oregon Brown-PetzelCo, Stayton
For sals by
Dwelling houses a specialty
Let uh figure on your build
We can save you money
A good job gauranteed
P. O. Box 198
STAVTO N, OREGON
,* ta * 4 4 s * s o »a ,»s t
Services 2nd 4th and 5th Sun
days at 8:-70 a. m.
Bring your cow hides, calf
Rev. Fr. Lainck, Pastor
hides, any kind o f hides, highest
The Trover-W eipr! Studio will
I have estahllshe I ,1 repair shop in
Saturday and Sunday April 7ih.
I f you want pure, sanitary
the Cooper building <Ai Water Street
They are now located in the
milk or cream call
prices, Stayton Produce Co.
and will repair anything.
Matthieu Bide on tuiund Street.
xj . A. Thomas Manager. a specialty.