The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, June 21, 1917, Image 4

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    Country
Correspondence
From
All Over The Valley
Ju
- The
Union Hill
Farmers’ Store of Quality -
✓
Wheaton Huntley, Sunday.
Mr. H. S. Williams waa taking
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in the Rose Carnival last week.
Chas. Peters and family mot- Mrs. Rose Dodson visited old
ored to West Stayton Sunday friends in this vicinity last week
and spent the day at the A. t . W. Creech is the owner of
Branch home.
3 now car.
Mrs. Peter Heater, of Silver- Carl Titus and family and Mr.
ton, and Mrs. San Matheeny and Mrs. Mose Titus motored to
spent a few days !..st week at Lyons Sunday to spend the day.
the Adolph Heater home.
Claude Downing left for Mill
Wm. Stevely and family visit- City this week to work in a
ed at the H. Geymer home Sun- logging camp,
day.
Mr. Noscar Potter of Salem is
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Geer and spending a few days at the H.
little son Maurice of Douglas N. Huntley home,
county spent a few days last sheep shearing is complete at
week visiting relatives in this last with a large crop,
vicinity.
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Mr. and Mrs. Wm Mollet and
daughter Ethel and Mrs. H. A.
Thomas motored to Corvallis
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Monday.
Mrs. H. B. Condit and Mrs.
Clifford Hurt of Sublimity is ^ an ^*u-vs visited with friends
visiting at the W. D. Hurt home *n lurner Monday,
this week.
Mrs. Gunsaules and Mrs. Loose
C. W. Geer and daughter, Iza called on Mrs. Hunter luesday
left Friday on an extended visit afternoon,
in Eastern Oregon.
Rudolph Kusy. Joe and Frank
Mrs. Josephine King and son Fer>’ anf> Mre- Mary hery mot-
Arnot were visiting at the G. D, ore^ t0 L°u’s Wednesday.
Scott home Sunday.
Will Stevely and family spent
Mrs. W. D. Hurt spent Sunday Sunday afternoon at the Forrette
Ranch.
at the W. E, Tate home.
Miss Edna Tate vas visiting J. Nipple and wife and Mr.
Williams and wife were Stayton
in Stayton Sunday.
visitors Monday.
Several cases of mumps are
' reported in the deighborhood.
Bertha Bouck is visiting her
Mrs. H. F. Bodeker and Mrs. sister Mrs. R. Kusy this week.
Aumsville
-
Grace Bierly called on Mrs. Geo. pearl Stevens is riding around
Johnston Wednesday evening of ¡n a new por_j
last week.
Porter left for Vancou-
D. W. Merser spent Tuesday ver Glenn
g un(j ay.
of last week in Albany.
Freddie Fery is visiting in
Mrs. J H. Johnston and child­ Portland
this week.
ren spent Monday evening at the Will Councilman
and family
H. F. Bodeker home.
called
at
the
Gunsaules
home Fri­
Several from here attended a day evening
party at Mr. Phillips, of Gooch, Mr. Lamb and family of Port­
Monday of this week.
land have moved on the Collier
Paul Horner and Clifford Trask place.
of Mill City, motored through Mrs. Allie Brewer of Stayton
the valley Monday evening in the visited
the George Brewer
new car purchased by Mr. Horner. home last at week.
Mrs. P. T. Bierly left Wednes­ Alvin Farley went to Salem
day morning for her home at Saturday.
Gardner, Ore., after a months Frank Fery was a week end
visit with her parents.
in Portland.
Perry Bressler was a caller at visitor
Mrs. Hunter visited at the
J. H. Johnston’s Friday morn­ Leonard
Walker home last week.
ing.
Clarence Forette was a Capital
E. C. Titus, of Stayton, was a City
visitor Sunday.
business caller in Fox Valley one
Mrs M. M. Meiser and little Ben Gesher also Wm. Vanhan-
James
Ripp and brother and daughter
day last week.
called on Mrs. A. Over- dle are busy at haying.
Forette and family mo­ holtz Thursday.
M, S.'Titus, of Kingston, vis­ Arthur
At the annual school meeting
ited at the Fred Lau home tored to Elkhorn Tuesday.
Ben
Gesher was re-elected di­
Bert Walling came up from
Thursday.
rk-tor
and Theo. Highberger
Lincoln Sunday to see about his
Clyde McRae spent Wednes­ interests
clerk.
here.
day of last week in Albany.
Mary and Dora Vanhandle ami
Walker has several teams
The Jordan cheese factory has at L. work
Lucy
Staiger spent Sunday with
on the roads.
started a route in our community,
Orlo Humphrey and family Agne 3 and Edith Highberger.
which is being well patronized
visited with his parents Monday. Edith Highberger called at
to begin with. M. Martin is
Louis Arthur returned from Mrs. O. W. Humphrey's Tues-
gathering up the milk at present.
Portland and is visiting with re­
Mrs. E. E. Trask and 0 hers
and friends.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
called at the T. Henness home in Miss Bernice Chandler, who latives
Clarence
Beauchamp
was
a
has
been
teaching
at
Cole
school
King’s Prairie Friday evening.
business visitor at the Albert
for the past four months, return­ Arthur
Department of the Interior
home Tuesday.
ed to Monmouth Friday where
U.
S. Land Office at Portland, Oregon
she will attend the graduating' Frank Staiger is hauling lum­
June 14, 1917
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exercises and from there she ber and building material for the NOTICE i lier»-by Riven
that Wil­
liam .1. Holme», n t Gate»,'Oregon, wh<>,
will go to her horn? in Coos new school house,
made Homestead
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brenner County,
Henry Benzon called at Albert on February Ur I, 1915,
for Lot l m 4 z, and
were Stayton callers Monday. j j
Lefiler grH family> H>, Arthur or.e ’.a. k t week and S$ of N ro EJ, 04447, Section
9
Mrs. R. M. Mete .If of i rooks Montgomery and family, Mr. bought . cm • g at and cattle. South, Range II East, 4, Township
Willamette
visited Sunday a‘Wheaton Hunt- an(j Mrs. L. M. Archambeau, Alfred Fox and family motor­ Meridian, has fib d not iee of intention
Commutation Proof, to estab ­
ley’8-
and Miss Ora Fa‘es, surprised ed to Fas'em Ore to visit his to lish make
claim to tin Ian I above deicribed,
Mr. R. C. Doyle w. s in Stay- grandma and grandpa Leffler Brother-in-Law Smith a t Red­ before the Register and Receiver of
ton Sunday looking lor Log.m- of near Scio with a birthday mond.
the United St tes I.nn 1 Office, at
Portland Oregon, on the 24t'i day of
berry pickers; report crop fine. dinne * Sunday.
Agnes Highberger returned July,
1917.
Mr. John Kiphart is spending Miss Ora Bates spent the home from Rop e River where Claimant
as -witnesses.
a few days on the farm.
week end at the H. Montgomery she . pent the v.inter much im­ Lee Holmes, names
nf Portland, Oregon
proved in health.
Selas Koda, of Cates, Oregon
Mr. and Mrs. Jo? Mille * cal ed home.
M. Starr, of Gate u Oregon
at the H. N. Huntley home Sun­ Mr. Will Dart, of Lebanon J. M, and Clarence English George
Alh
rt
Myers,
Oregon.
day.
motored to C. W. Dart’s Fun ’ay. were business visitors hereabout Proof made of r. let Gates,
Act of June 0,
Mrs. Bessie Phi ippi a n d E l m e r I imbeck, Laurence Tuesday.
1912.
N. CAMPBELL
daughter spent Funda- at Jack Montgomery and Frank Moser Wm. Vanh. ndle purchased an
llegistcr.
Johnston’s at L;.ons.
; visited Tony Geisler Sunday eight hors * power Casoline En­
gine with which he intends I' Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Shields, of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Doyle evening,
and baby, of Brooks and W. T. Mrs. Archie Pates and son, chop feed an I • ,t onsiluf <.
Vancouver, who have been vhlt-
Hudson and daughter, of Port- Northrup, was a Sunday guest Albert Arthur is sporting a inp at M. Muellers, returned to
land visited their sister, Mrs.! at the (. has Bates home.
new automobile.
their home Monday.
Announcement
West Stayton
'
W e will Close our doors in
Aumsville for good the night
of July- 3, 1917. After"* that
Date my friends and Custo­
mers will, find me at 270 N.
Commercial Street, Salem.
Fox Valley Gems
GÜßüS
OOD
À . W . SCH RU N K G
GOODS t:J
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Oregon
We Speak German
Sale of Pumps
and Oxfords at
LanceriekTs Shoe Store
Continues for another week
Triumph tNotes
Kingston Kinks
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Cole News
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Low Round Trip Fares
TO
EASTERN DESTINATIONS
On Sale via California
Many dates in June, July, Aug. and Sept.
Liberal Stopovers. Limit .‘1 months
Enjoy a Beach Olitine) Trip
AT
Newport or Tillamook
BEACHES
MANY ATTRACTIONS AND DIVERSIONS
Round Trip Fares
On Sale Every Day. Return October :; 1 .
Also Week End On Salt* Saturday and Sunday
Return Monday
Ask your local agent for information
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
Portland, Oregon
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINE;
STAR THEATRi
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SATURDAY
Hearst-Bathe News 1 reel
“Good Pals’’—2 reel drama
“Unfriendly Fruit”
‘Kitchen Mechanic to
Movie Star”
SUNDAY
I’athe Gold Rooster
Baby Marie O.- l
In “JOY and the DRAGON’
A study in sunshine, in
which "Filmdorn’s Lit
tlest Leading Lady” i
the central character of
a thrilling story.
“Skinny’s Love Tangle”
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See our Clubbing offer in another column
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