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S T A Y T O N , MARION C O UN TY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1917.
23rd. Year, No. 27.
shall pollute our shores has been
raised in circles of radical union-
ism, hut this cry does not meet
the exigencies of the situation
from the standpoint of patriotism
Labor can he allowed to come
in from Asiatic countries on a
wartime permit and can go hack
when it is no longer needed. As
well wiy u farm er cinnot employ
gasoline tractors to increase farm
Red Cross Work
Serial No. 1116
The Alb3ny Round-up
E X 3 .m iri3 .tl0 n
In our hurry and bustle to
Wednesday July 4 was !' i last
organize a red cross auxiliary in
The United States Civil Ser- Stayton and to see that our ap- j The Methodist church was day of the Western ( ,egon
Rudical politicians and profes
vice Commission announces that, portionment for the Red Cross filled to overflowing Sunday Round-up and it closed in . blaze
•!! i Led in
a - a sufficient number of male fund was raised we have over- I afternoon
*, at . the vesper service . of glory. The show was all that
Haying there i.; no danger what
and female stenographers will looked to a certain extent the *‘ve.n by tbe choir of the lir s t had been claimed for it every body
ever of a labor famine in our
n,,t be secured from the examin- work of our
Christian church, of Salem un- enjoying the events that were
country and that there ¡¡will be
atlon to be held June 30. 1917,
,the ab*e leadership of Dr. staged. Wednesday was Fat riotic
no food famine.
t P 'ey » and Rev porter were day and a gtreet parade fcr j Ct,|.
m« .t the need. ,,f the Lehlle
* ¡¡L T h e y are fP
The optomistic street talkers
service, an examination has been a already
] r ( .a ( ] y d o i n
doing a a sp]endid
splendid work bnmful of patriotism and thrilled ebration occupied the morning
are agreed (.hat there is still an
announced to be held at forty of and this part of the Stayton dis the magnificent audience. Such w ith the round-up featuring the
abundance [of idle men in the
the principal cities in the N orth trict came nobly to the front meetings and addresses as thi3 afternoon. The largest crowd
large cities and that the govern
west on July 7th.
with their money in the drive bring out the best there is in Albany ever entertained was her
ment can commandeer them and
Men typewriters without a just closed. They have a mem men. The visitors came about guest that day. If every town
fix their wages and transport
knowledge of stenography are bership of sixty and they are 40 strong and at the conclusion within a radius of 25 to 30 miles
them to the jobs. Those who
In our mention last week of
desired especially in connection alive to the needs of the Red
*be Pro^ ram *be ladies of the of Albany turned out as well in
employ labor and begin to feel the big Red Cross drive there
with the Quartermaster Corps, Cross work.
church served an elegant supper comparison to their population as
the pinch of labor scarcity do was an error that deserves cor
Stayton did the Round-up man
U. S- Army, at an entrance sal Sunday there was an enthus to the visitors.
not believe that these ideas will rection. The article should have
ary of $1000 per year. A ma iastic gathering of the citizens _
agement and business men of
work out and do not believe that stated that W. 1?. Downing was
jority of the clerks in the Quar i i and around Lyons in the in- rO riT lC r M a y tO n ltC
Albany certainly owe them a
the high school boys of the coun captain of the team in the Shaw
term aster Corps, U. S. Army, terest of the American Red Cross
of gratitude at least, for
try can take men's places.
neighborhood, and that A. Heat
are l>eing selected from the and they were unable to secure
was well represented on
Railroads and other large em er w'as one of his assistants. Mr.
typewriter register, and all male a speaker from the out side but
all three days and especially on
ployers are Ihrinsr men and ask Heater “ brought home the ba
Lieut. Funk U. S. A. formerly Wednesday.
ing no questions as to their qual- con’’ by better than $150, and typewriters who can qualify arc ^ a t j j j not deter them as they
urged to apply for the examina went to work and organized an a Stayton boy and better k n o w n ----------------------
i Ilea lions but all industries are much of his work was done in
tion July 7th.
auxiliary among themselves of as Arnold Funk made a short
Mrs. W. H. Harlan and child-
facing the rising scale of wages the Silver Falls territory where
Arrangements will be made some thirty five members. All visit with friends and relatives ren, of Detroit, spent the 4th a t
and the increadng scarcity of travel on horseback was neces
i»y the District Secretary to ex the auxiliaries in this vicinity bere last week, before taking the home of her parents, Mr. and
sary. He certainly is entitled to
amine all persons w ho write to are alive and working.
his departure for Fort Leaven- Mrs. W. S. W atters.
At Spokane women are taking be listed with credit for his work him, subject to the subsequent
Arnold is a young
Mrs Joe Peery and daughter
places made vacant in the railroad in the great cause.
, filing and approval of application
Cleeta left to-day for Salem, for
shops as w,p. iv. of engines the) That
m at W.
the’request is receive,I
* nity can feel justly proud. As he a few days visit before
women wearing overalls and paid entitled to credit for his excellent in, Seattle
] e ¡n s, fHcient time to
in sufficient time to
went through O. A. C. winning for the east.
the same wages as men. and this work as team captain is demon-
f *r examination at the
„ returned home b>f?b honor both in his studies
In a letter to a friend in Stay-
movement is extending to many I strated by the line sum turned arranKe
■ place nearest to the applicant s fr0m his visit at Sask., Canada and in athletics and was one of ton, Leo Klecker reports he is
industries. With a million ayear; into the local treasurer for the
• residence where the examination well pleased with the country the few students who received
enjoying music and baseball
of foreign immigration cut off, fund. He and the workers in
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i w in u c ii c i u .
w ith a million a year to go in to ! his team certainly did well.
| will be held.
and the way his boys are doing enough credits to allow him to ¡iongw lth his'work in Bend
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Inquiries concerning the July in their 0 ^ ^
home. He represent his college at the Pa
Clyde Hoffer and family ere
tie army ana navy, with
witn n u ll!
, n t U ------ ^ „ „ 1,1 ho ad- « 1 .u .
7th examination should be ad-
finds that each , of , u-
sons nama Pacific International Ex
a million a year going to join the
leaving today for Princeton Cali
M e t h o d i s t C h u r c h dressed to Herbert K Ward, Henry and Joe have a half section position in San Francisco in 1915.
reserves in foreign countries, a
fornia to spend the summer va
Secretary. Eleventh Civil Ser- Qf jand and a dan(]y home. He
He is now a lieutenant in the
labor famine is inevitable.
vice District, Room 303, Post rej,orts that the two boys have U. S. regular Army and expects cation with Mrs. Hoffer '3 par
In addition consider the in-
The Pastor’s sermon next Sun- Office Bldg., Seattle, Wash.,
in 18U acres of wheat and 45 1° leave for the front almost any
creased demand made upon our day, at the Methodist Episcopal
Dr. Brewer reports th at Rob
acres of oats, the prospects are time,
country to produce munitions of Church, will be, for the morn-'
the 11 year old s-on of Aug.
Stayton was a veritable “ De fine for a good northern crop.
war for the army and navy and ing service, “ Citizenship Worthy ................. . ...............
of Kingston, whose
serted Village” yesterday. Near-
There is lots of fine land for
the increased demand for the of the Co pel’ and for the even
growing of more crops and ft r ing service at eight o’clock “ He'l ly everyone who could leave was homesteading but it not open at Notice is hweby given that the un. broken by a fall a 3hort time
more men to harvest thorn. Only Fire and Brimstone, Do you B e-,, out of town.
„ . went to , Al-
. present, but will be in a few designed has been by order of the ago to be convalescent.
a labor enthusiast, a demagog or lie vc It and Why?” The public! ba" y\ others to Sa,em- J . 0 * 0®* yf ars- The boys were well County Court of Marion County, Ore-
Wm. Brown of Mill City met
i and river got some, as did some pleased with their fathers visit £°n> duly appointed administrator of
a public enemy can find an ex cordially invited to both services.
the estate of W H Rambo late of with a painful accident one day
of the numerous pleasure resorts P'eaSe
a d a farewell party was given
ine esiaie 01 "• n - >vamt>o, late 01
cuse to argue against the facts
E. B. Lockhart.
All persons ¡ast week. While cleaning the
him the evening before he left said
and say we do not need to let any
having claims against the estate of
on h is m o w in g m a ch in e
H. R. Humphreys of Lyons for home.
said deceased are hereby required to .
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E. C. Titus reports the sale of
labor come into our country from
Buick six to John Boeding-
countries having labor to spare.
residence of Mrs. \ --------
\ . H, Rambo,
clipped off one of his fingers.
The cry that no oriental labor heimer.
__ Dunwald and their mother who
Mill City, in said County, within six
John Sandner Jr., of Linn Co.
injured his foot Friday
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• f j one time residents of Stayton.
Dated this 28th day of June, 1917.
evening by stepping on a large
U E . J. Willing wife and son, Mr. Hewitt & Sox
Frank P. Baltimore,
rusty nail. He is confined toAiis
j*j| Willing is a son of Mrs. Rosa Attorneys for Admin-
Administrator bed at his fathers home in tfus
I I Willing of Stayton. Reles Allen, istrator-
c,ty where he is under care of
Navoel Esrels, Miss Emma Stock-
well and Conrad Berner one of
Wm. Petzel cut his right foot
On account of this being tt a
Mr. Neitlings old school friends severly with an axe at the Brown 4th of July season and advertis-
of Ohio. John Zolosky at one Petzel camp Wednesday. Dr. ing being a little short there is
THE BEST PLACE IN SALEM TO BUY
jW| time a resident of Mehama John Brewer attended his injuries.
only 4 pages to the Mail t! is
M Neitling of dear old Stayton.
I Leonard Phillips, of Coon Hoi- week but there is about the
Joe and Ilenij Neitling piajed jg^.^ was a caller Saturday, He same amount of local news in
tiie part ol hosts, the party being recently injured two of his fing- the paper however,
given at the ¡alters homestead. ers while working at the Staiger
Esther Willing who has been
A batchlors lunch was served at saw mill.
visiting her mother Mrs. Rasa
| midnight which consisted of'sand- Rurai Carriers M. J.* C rabtree Willing, leaves on the Steamer
; 'vlchesaAnd K(™! okl Lethbndgt and Leo. J. Rock, with their bet- Great Northern July 5 for San
time vvas reported ter hajves and Carrier Jas. Ripp Francisco. She expects to »e-
And Hosiery for Men and Boys
and the ex-btaytomtes sent their of Sublimity, attended a conven- main in California all w inter ai d
regards to their Stayton friends. tion of postal employes at Alba- while there, will visit Oakland,
MEN’S STYLISH, PERFECT FITTING SUITS
They report an Alameda, Pasadena, Los Angelas,
San Diego and Calexico.
Entitled to Credit
Mr. Neitling Returns
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Selling Agents for Interwoven Hosiery, Cooper’sUndearwear,Arrow and
Emery Shirts, “Just Wright" Shoes, Roberts, Mallory and Stetson Hats
Commercial Street, Salem
Last Friday evening the En
deavor society of the Christian
church had their regular meet
ing and social at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Fulton. In
addition to their regular busi-
n ss meeting, the election of
officers for the ensuing six
1 months, was held. At the con
clusion of the meeting partners
were chosen for supper and all
repaired to the dining room and
partook of a dainty repast which
which had been prepared by the
hostess. A fter all had satisfied
the inner man games of differ
ent kinds were played until a
late hour when the guests thank-
o 1 the hostess and family for
their kind hospitality and wend
ed their way homeward having
e: joyed the evening to the full-
Peace is Declared!
At Stayton— especially at Klecker?s
Peace will be with you and your
family if you buy from us as we
endeavor at all times to please yc
If you are not trading with us you are a .. ys
missing that peace of mind which satisfaction in
sures you and the best way to obtain the same is
to become one of our customers.
Established 14 Years Here
Yours for Peace and Prosperity, Good Fel
lowship and more customers on this basis.
W. F. KLECKER.