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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1917)
News From Al! Over The
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our thanks
to our friends and neighbors for! W h erea s
their kindness, sympathy and da9 HJiajn entered our clearing
Moral oflerings during the illness aad romoved frot11 our midst our
and death of our mother, Mrs. psteemed neighbor H. W. Ter
E. D. Winsiow.
tian and wherons.The commun
Mrs. E. M. Pound ity has sustained in his death
C. A. Winslow
an irreparable loss and this
W. K. Winslow.
camp a valued member.
been quite sick the past two or
Therefore I h .» it resolved by
three weeks, is reported improv
J. W. Apple, of Fern Ridge, Halsey Camp No. 216. Woodman
A V A R IE T Y O F U N E S T O P L E A S E
In the interests of the big Red ing.
was a callet Friday.
He was on of the World in regular session
T H E E T E R N A L F E M IN IN E
Mrs. Anna Stay ton is visiting his way to Salem, where his fam assembled this 22nd day of May
C n ss rive now taking place all
her daughter. Mrs. J. F. Robert ily has been living, the girls a t 1917 that we tender to the be
ove r the United States.
son at Detroit.
HON. FRANK DAVEY
tending school. They moved on reaved family our heartfelt sym
M. J. Crabtree visited Salem to the farm Saturday.
pathy in this their great be
of Salem, will address the peo
ple of t tayton and vicinity from Sunday. Mrs. Crabtree and little
O. M. Baker of Linn county
the platform near the liberty son returned with him.
Resolved that a page of our
has given up the Ford agency
pole at 7 30 p. m. Sunday even-
Miss Emma Stretf spent Sun and is now handling the Chevro Journal be set aside to his mem
in tr, June 17. The Methodist and day with Miss Anna Mullen in let. He reports sales of these ory, that a copy of these resolu m
Christian churches have with Salem.
cars to C. S. Ruettgers, T. W. tions be spread on our minutes
of this meeting, a copy sent
drawn their Services for that
The Misses Madge Miller and Creech, and M. F. Ryan.
evening, and it is expected that Alta Mattoon of Salem are visit Lulay & Schindler report busi to the bereaved family of our
HIGH PRICE PAID FOR PRODUCE
the entire population will be out ing Miss Matton’s sister Mrs. M. ness good in their line as they late neighbor and a copy sent to
to hear Mr. Davey.
have signed contracts to build
All come and hear the speaker.
Dr. Hobson and wife aceom- a bungalow for J. P. Mertz of Stayton paper for publication.
What he will have to say will be ppmiec by a party of friends Scio, and a school house at Tri-
of vital interest to every person. motored over from Scio on Sat- umph and a bungalow for F. A.
C. P. Kiser
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• • :.i . : • ■ ! , & « « — — I
E. W. Hedgpeth
Pietrok of Scio.
Miss Emma Hendrick is visit
P. M. Bond
Ice cream and home made can-
Mrs. J. M. Ringo pleasantly
T# i r
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ing at the home of Dr. Brewer.
dies will be sold at Young’s Cash entertained the Eldeen Club on
G. R. Munkers spent Saturday Grocerv bN the LovaI Son.g class
Friday last. The afternoon was
and Monday in Salem.
spent playing tlinch and doing
Winnie and Dick Tate are in
Balsiager and DoUf,herty 0f fancy work. Baskets of roses
Pc 'la : ...
gtheR ose show. Jordan pas3ed through StaytoQ added to the attractiveness of
Through an oversight the fol
Sterno Canned Heat
yesterday on their way to the the living room and and were lowing was crowded out lust
also used effectively on the din- week.—
Rose show in Portland.
At Sloper's Drug Store.
Last Monday the A. L. Thomas
Spud night at the Star theatre ing table where a most excellent
Henry Downing of Shaw was
was che scene of a merry
was a huge success and the man- lunch was served.
1 hose pre-
a Jtayton caller yesterday.
when Mrs. Thomas
John Flick of Linn county was ager was swamped with potatoes sent besices the club members entertained the Birthday Club.
to such an extent that he has were mesdames Stanley A. Starr
trading in Stayton yesterday.
Fred Ficklin and Horace L illy.: The house was appropriately de-
Loel Riggs left this morning to
Club decided to discontinue corated with dog wood in honor
At a Special Meeting held
jo: a his father in Pendleton.
meetings for a while so as of the occasion. A fter some
N o w is the tim e to buy, as everything is going higher.
Geo. Tate was a Salem visitor Monday evening Cresent Lodge to be able to devote more time time spent doing fancy work the
No. 176 I. 0. 0. F. of Aums-
Call and g et our prices^
hostess asked all to lay aside
ville voted $500 to purchase Lib to Red Cross work.
their work and she introdifeed a
W. F. Pennington of Silverton erty Bonds.
novel guessing game which af
was a Stayton caller Wednesday.
forded much amusement.
Albert Tletze, of FeJn Ridge,
was trading in town Friday.
Notice is hereby given to the
Mrs. Ester Stamp of Pendle-
The following are those who awarded to the lady who guessed
Only Two Dolivorios a Week— Wednesday Morn Inc
most correctly, Mrs G. F. Kori-
tc;i is visiting relatives in town. legal voters of School District have donated for work on the
and Saturday Afternoon.
nek. A fter the game some
A lam Lulay of Sublimity was i No. 77 of Marion County, State Mehama road in Road Dist. 32:
of Oregon, that a school meeting A . P. Kirsch ..........W0 00 C E D augherty I S M
tra ing in Stayton Wednesday.
A low t a p e r ............ 25 00 S S Bank ..........
of said District will be held at Arnold K u ef.......... 20 Ul) C A BtJtuchamti 6 00 playing and later the ladies were
t e n t fail to attend the big
the High school Auditorium on Jo« Silbrrnairel 20 00 O P H utch uon . & on invited into the dining room
sold some cattle one day thin
d n a at Beauchamp’s hall Sat-
Jo« B ecker.............. 10 00 J F Mielke
the 18th day of June, 1917, at E G Siejrm und. . . . 20 00 H am m an-Stout & 00 where a most excellent luncheon
u. lay night.
10 00 was served at a prettily decorat
two o’clock in the afternoon t o H A B eaucham p.. 10 00 W H Lake
The daughter Anna of. Mrs.
15 00 ed table.
Harry Shank of Linn county vote on the proposition of levying V A Goode.............. 2 60 G E Thomas
Dainty place cards
J W Mayo.
6 00 W H Malone
is visiting the home.folks.
v s ransacting business in town a special district tax.
2 50 markec each place and the favors
P A M B a n k .......... 5 00 E thel Malone
Barney Toepfer made a
C H B re w e r.. . . . 10 00 A rchie Kimaey
were baskets full of candy. All
The total amounc of
V D are S lo p e r .. . . 5 00 C W Stew ard . 2o no
trip to StA/ Iun Monday.
enjoyed the afternoon
20 Of) present
Beef Iron and Wine Tonic needed by the district during the .» m Kin*..
i «> s ra«*
Mr ard Mrs. Schultebein mov
Geo. Etzel, A1 Friedl, Barney
5 OO immensely.
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Will put you in harmony with fiscal year beginning on June 18.
Toepfer were visitors at the N. ed to Sublimity last week.
1917, and ending June 30, 1918, ADGardmr
5 1 «) Tl.san.ler».
\\ . ather. Slopers Drug Store.
Neitling place Wednesday.
Geo. Neitling transacted busi-
estimated in the following
J,"j Llllf “dw-
B. F. Combs of Jordan was in is
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All those who wish to work
Geo. Etzel and son Johnnie ac- ncg8
j Hjt hard Monday
?■ vton Wednesday transacting
out their donation? should at
companied by C hri. Gieblerro.de
Ge0 E tie| v|, it(,d „ the M
once notify L. S. Lambert of
Sublimity June 8 1917. If the a trip to Halsey Wednesday, re- T
f„ hom„ 3un,J a y „vt
school fund, special district tax,
Peter Burg'nart and J. W. Phil
their wish. Those who desire to party that pulled down my flag turning Thursday eve.
and all other moneys of the dis
Giebler visited with
lip of Union Hill were Stayton
pay are kindly requestod to de from the gate last Wednesday
Barney Toepfer entertained - • ,
c; lers Wednesday.
posit their amount with the night don’t return the flag to Chris and Tony Neitling and Bill „ fv ... ” on the Ridge Sunday
Kirsch special road fund in the the same place they will be Toepfer at the P. T. Etzel home
Byron Williams of Fern Ridge
W'hile chopping wood Saturday
ers and Merchants Bank, arrested for tearing down the Saturday eve.
was a business visitor in Stayton
T each ers’ sa la rie s..................... 16, M6 00
Toepfer cut hi» finger off
Stayton. If any one else wishes
F u rn itu re .....................................
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Etzel, ac his little son Adolph.
to contribute it will be appreci wi o you are. You had better
Joe Koenig and P. J. Etzel of A p p aratu s and supplies, such
companied by Johnnie and Frank
A. P. Kirsch,
cjm e through;I mean what I say.
Suolimity were business callers
Etzel, made a trip to Salem Tues Mr. and Mrs. Joe Etzel return
C urtains e tc .................................
ed home from Stayton with Bar
in Stayton Wednesday.
L ibrary books ............................
ney Toepper where they were
C. A. Beauchamp reports the F la g s .............................................
The Farmers Union gave a, visiting with M n. Etzel’» sister
Bale of a Maxwell car to J . W. R epairs of Schoolhouses, o u t
luncheon Thursday eve. M r.1
Mrs. Geo. Sraich.
buildings or fences ..................
Phillips of Coon Hollow.
Syths made a talk. Several
J a n ito r ’s w a g e s..........................
Julius Titze was a town caller
Fred Holzfuss of Lyons made J a n ito r ’s su p p lies.....................
new members were added as
follows; Mr. and Mrs. Zuber, one day last week.
the Mail office a pleasant call F u e l ...............................................
Lennar and Jasper Philips, Tony
Mrs. N. Neitling and daugh-
f l oo
L ig h t..............................................
C lerk ’s s a la r y ..............................
Anna were Stayton callers
Any Flavor You Like
Big dance, good time, good or
P o stag e and sta tio n e ry ............
visitors were also present.
der. good floor, at Beauchamp’s F o r th e p ay m en t o f bonded
Any Quantity You Wish
hall next Saturday evening.
J. P. Wourms made a trip to
d e b t ana in te re s t thereon, is
Mrs. A. Hendricks of Sublim
148, and 422 o f the School laws
ity was a Stayton visitor yester
Marie Wourms who has been
of Oregon, 1917.......................... 1,071 00
with her Grandma Mrs.
S inking F u n d ..............................
Cornish returned home
W’m. Edler and Karl Winzer of
A. L. Downing after »pending
Lyons were trading in Stayton
the winter in Salem is home
purposes d u rin g the y e a r ___ 9,438 00
Giebler Bros, made a business again.
trip to Salem Sat.
A rthur Eranch of West Stay-
i Alfred Peterson is on the sick
Miss Myrtle Taylcr who was list.
ton was a business visitor in town F rom county school fund d u r
ing th e com ing school y e a r.. 1,888 00
teaching school near Maclay re
From s ta te school fund during
Horace Short and son are
turned home Sat.
W. R. S ony of Lyons was a th e com ing school y e a r ............
shearing sheep in this neighbor-
P. T. Etzel and family made ' hood.
business vis (o.- :n Stayton yester E stim a te d am ount to be re
ceived from all o th e r sources
a business trip to Sublimity
d u rin g th e com ing school year 1,700 00
Adam Burns was out to the
Save jo u r pennies, seethe wild T o tal e stim a te d receipts, not
farm a few days this week.
Mrs. J. Richard who is in th e 1
girl, the snake charmer and the I including th e money to be re
John Heuberger is riding in a
ceived from th e ta x which it
hospital under an operation is
rose colored dog.
it proposed to v o te .................... 4,442 88
È r à U
Mrs. W. H. Sloper of Salem is
Mrs. C. H. Read and family
Lou Thomas of Stayton was
visiting at i he home of J. E.
T otal estim a ted expenses for
Harold and Kenneth Porter
Lead " 9
buying Razor backs for market
th e y e a r . ..................................... 9,438 00
spent Sunday at the E. C. Down
Mr. and Mrs. E i Smith, of Mt. T otal estim a ted receip ts not
Pleasant, were Stayton vi.-itors
Balance, am o u n t to be raised
ren were in Salem having an
Marion and Norria Hunt ».nd
by Disti*iet t a x ............................ 4,995 12
operation on throat disease.
wife motored to Salem Friday
Mrs. Peari Schnackenberg, of Dated this 28th day of May 1917.
The pupils of the 6, 7 and 8lh night to the Graduating exer
Hill boro, visited in town last A ttest:
G, L. Brown,
will take the exams., cises of the High School.
Chairman Board of Directors. I
middle of the month.
R. E. Downing of Salem was
i sure and attend the dance W. A. Weddl«. D istrict Clerk.
to the farm Thursday.
Sat irdav night Jur.e 16 at Beau
The school board recommends
a 10 mill tax levy to meet the
T. J. Hill was a Stayton caller
• r c m sii»
I Chris Giebler and Joe Etzel Saturday.
0 M rs. Chas. H. Flynn, who has [demands o f the bonds.
-i) Hold first place in the summer
wardrobe. It’s a short life but a
gay one for the sports costume.
Possibly About You or You r Ffiends
Red Cross Drive
Sport Sweaters, Middy, Stripe,
Plaid Skirting, Ties, Silk Hose,
DolFs Cash Store
Birthday Club Meeting
We Are Endeavoring
To help you in every way we a n
during these strenuous times.
So we are Selling all our Gro
ceries at Reduced Price«.
j Notice of School Meeting
YOUNG’S CASH GROCERY
List of Donators
Fern Ridge Notes