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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1917)
T he STAYTON MAIL
tioi who tendered their servicesi
to the Government prior to Juan,
G R A V C L V 'S
5, 1917, and who have lu\ n listed !
O F TOBACCO
ALEXANDER & DAUGHERTY, Owners it»l l ‘iil>lishe.
C E LF BRATED
under ti. 0. 97. War Depart-'
NO M A N
C. E. DAUGHERTY, Editor nini Mumper
w ia è Piu§
inent, Maximum ago limit 50 j
U E F O R E T H E IN V E N T IO N
o r O U R PATENT AIR P R O O E P O U C H
Entered as second class matter at the postottieo at Slayton. Mar:on
Citizens with valuable military!
G R A V ELY P L U G TOBACCO
MADC C T P IC T LY FOR ITS C H EW IN G Q U A L IT Y
C>unty, Oregon. under the Act of Congress of March
experience and adaptability for
WOULD NOT K E E P K R E U H IN T H IS S E C T IO N
com missioned grade, er i: mens j
NOW T H E P ATEN T P O U C H S E E P S IT
F R E S H AN D C L E A N A N D G O O D
who have demonstrated n.
A L IT T L E C H K W O F G R A V ELY IS E N O U G H
ability ami capacity for leader-*
A N O L A S T S L O N O C R T H A N A B IO C H E W
O F O R D IN A R Y P L U O
ship, and are clearly adapted for
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M em ber o f the Stete Editorial A w o o e tio n and of the W illam ette Valley 1 -l-O '
military service in commissioned'
grade. Maximum age limit 11
TAKE IT FROM BILLY POSTER
Advertising Kates Made Known Upon Application
HIS BILLBOARDS ARE
Employees of the Unitt d States
SPREADING THE! GOOD NEWS
must inclose the sigiu lr e orn-
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Note. Men who applied for
the first erie-i o f c mps must re
apply whether or not certified as
suitable for the first camps, j
They will have no preference in
selection for these camps hut '
will be on equal basis with other j Mrs. T. B. Higgs leaves for
The minimum age limit for all
Fred Watters came down from
applicants is 20 years and 9 mo. Detroit to spend the Fourth.
However, in order to obtain
C. A. Beauchamp reports the
the experienced class o f men de- sale of a Maxwell to W. S. Lake.
left for his.home at Kaiama sired, preference will be given
Mrs. F. F. Foster and . Mrs.
j to men over 31 years o f age
Almira Cain visited Salem Wed
other things being equal. Be-
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cornish, of
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cause of the anticipated large
Joe Hendricks and family re „
Stayton were visiting at the W m.
Fishing on the Santiam river
number ot applications, it will
turned from their trip to eastern z, .
Rubens home Sunday.
reported poor at present too
probably be i.imcult for men
Oregon Thursday, They report
S'atiatica ahow that the num
Mr. and Mrs. Lulay also Mr. | under that age to qualify except
a nice trip.
o f women depoaitora ia rap
Fred Lau and family, o f Fox
E. C. Downing is driving a a n d M r s . Breitenstein o 1 ¡n instances where the applicant
Sublimity were afternoon visit has pre-eminent qualifications or \ alley, visited at the A. 1).
ors at J. Frank home Sunday.
unusual military experience.
Gardner home the first of the
A. Frank and family spent ;
W e realize that women to
Sunday at the Joe Hendricks
day are a big figure in the
of recommendation are not want
Alfred and Ed Herling of
ed, but only the names of three Criterion Ore., a r e
Geo. Schmitt started for Cali-
Good cigars, good soda at responsible citizens who know friends and relatives in and
fornia Wednesday to be gone
W e pay apecial attention to
the applicant best.
Each appli around Stayton.
Beauchamp's Drug Store.
abojt three weeks.
cant must be examined physi
Mrs. J. F. Lau was over from
H. Frank and family took in
cally at his own expense by a
Courteoua tellera and clerha
Albany the first of the week. ,
the round-up at Albany Monday.
reputable physician who will
She expects to move here within
fill out the physical report form
a few weeks.
women want to know in the
ing part o f the official applica
To provide officers f<7r the
: drafted forces of the National
subject to review
The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Joe! Armo the War Department has
And kodak supplies at Beau
Brant nearly Strangled to
adopted the policy o f commie-
STAYTON STATE BANK
Saturday from drinking kero- sj0ning all new officers of the! require another examination.
Men who submitted physical ex
Miss Mabel Rupert of Salem,
line (Infantry, Cavalry, Field,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Titus and and Coast Artillery) purely on amination on the Army blank Miss Lena Berg of Shaw, Mr.
mother motored to Albany last I the basis of demonstrated ability I io\ the fiuret series ° f ca™P8 ,nay and Mrs. V. Dare Sloper, Mar
after three months’ observation submit these reports in lieu of a ion Hunt and Geo. Tate visited
the Columbia Highway the 1th.
training in the Officers’ i r e '' examination.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones and Mrs.
All Popular Brands
Patterson, of Salem, spent Sun
Subscription Price $1.00 Per Year In
AH Over The Valley
Women A re
Squirnel and gopher poisons.
Sloper’ s Drug Store.
The Christian Endeavor Society
o f the Christian church will have
a very interesting meeting next
Sunday evening to which a cor
dial invitation is extended.
A share of the banking business
Wood Lark Fly Repellent
tory and courteous treatment at
Drives away flies and mosqui
toes and increases the dairymans
profits. Sloper’ s Drug Store.
this bank, by ample capital and
A second series o f Officers’ IUP to July 15’ 1917‘ Ln,I(?r no
Training Camps will be held be- ! circumstances will an application
! be considered if received after
gining August 27th. PJ17. with
the definite mission of producing July 15.
Accepted applications, unless
a body of line officers (Infantry,
they are reserve officers or mem-
Cavalry, Field and Coast Ar
bers of the Regular Army or
tillery) capable of filling all
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Huntley p]aces jn the grades above lieu National Guard in Federal Ser
epent the 4th at Halsey, where tenant and many of the places vice, will be required to enlist
he met two sisters he hadn’t in the grade of lieutenant in the for a period of three months,
under Section 54, National De
seen for 30 years.
second 500,000 troops.
Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Philippi
The second Camp for the fense Act, and will agree to ac
went to Albany for the Fourth. Western Department will be held cept such commission in the
Army o f the United States as
Mr. and Mrs. Wheaton Hunt- at the Presidio Reservation, San
may l>e tendered by the Secretary
ley and children went to Albany Francisco, Cal., and will open on
The enlistment obli
August 27th, 1917, and close
gates one to service in the train
H. S. Williams went to the November 25th, 1917.
ing camp only.
Members of the Officers’ Re
The Government will pay men
serve Corps (line sections) who,
' in training $100 per month dur
through no fault of their own,
ing the three months course and
were unable to attend the first
will provide transportation, uni
. series of camps; also Reserve
forms and subsistence except
W. A. Heater and family anj t Oliicer, of .Scaft Corps under 60
that Reserve Officers in training
Mrs. Walt Heater were trading years
will receive the pay of their
in Stayton Saturday.
months’- service in war and who
grades and will provide uniforms
Miss Bertha Mollet returned have had experience in Infantry, and subsistence at their own
day with Huntley’ s.
LI, S. Titus took a load of wool
to Silverton Tuesday.
Wheaton Huntley is hauling
wool to Silverton for V. J. Phil-
Union H ill
You are assured of a safe deposi
long experience in the banking
Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton, Oregon
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A Complete Line of
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I GEHLEN’S STORE
l W e also Carry a com
plete line of Staple and
pillow slips or old linens, is re
quested to take them to the Red
Cross headquarters in the I. O.
O F. hall, where they will b e ’
made use of. The Red Cross |
meets e>n Friday afternoon of
each we .-k, at 2 o ’clock and s.ll
ladies, whether meml era or not, •>
are requested to come and help
with the sewing.
of Stayton and vicinity
Sam’ l Cox, age 64 years died at
the home o f Fred Merrils, Lyons,
last Monday. Funeral services
were conducted by the minister
from Mill City Tuesday. Inter
ment in F< x Valley cemeterv
W. A. Weddle o f the Ringo Un
dertaking Parlors had charge of
Mr. Cox bad re
sided for several years in Lyons.
Wm. Trout formerly of Mill
City, has opened up a bakery
here and is making all kinds of
breads and pastries. He has had
a number o f years experience in
Since the special object of this line and will gi ve good satis
these camps is to train a body faction.
of men fitted to fiil ihe more re
Colgates Mechanic Paste
sponsible positions of command
dirt and grease bet-
in the new armies, every effort
will be made to sele ct nun of
exceptional character arid proved
Constable Henry Smith lias re-
ability in their various occupa
tions. While it is desired to give c-c-ived notice to collect the state
full opportunity for all eligible tax on the dogs in his territory.
citizens to apply, no man need If you have a dog it will be nr'.
make application whose record ir.sary to “ dig up” or lose tin-
is not in all lespect alx>ve re animal.
proach and who does not posse :s
the fundamental characteristics
necessary to inspire respect and
At Beauchamp’s Gallon, half
gallon and quart at $1.25—76
P. M. Lansdale
201 Pine St., San Francisco, Cal.
Anyone* having old sheets or:
home from Portland Tuesday.
Ca,':air!' or A.rt,ller-V:
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Heater the Regular Army recommended
visited at in March. 1917, for temporary
_ „ daughter
the W. R. Heater home Sunday. |annointmpnt
case o o f f war.
Miss Dora Rabens returned who, through no fault o f their
home from Stavton Monday.
own, were unal le to attend the
A surprise paity was given in training school for Regular Army
honor of Belle Hurt’s birthday non-commissioned officers i n
Friday eve., June 22nd.
The April, 1917. Maximum age limit
time was pleasantly spent by all 50 years.
Resigned officers o f the Regu-
Maximum age limit
Mr. ard Mr.«. Elwin Carter lar Army
and son Lyal were visiting at 5 ) years.
Men who have qualified for
the M. J. Burnett home Sunday.
under General Or
M G e y m e r o f Chicago is
visiting at the Wm. Stevely
age limit 50
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Heatrr years.
Men o f proper qualifications
and son, Ronald, called at the
eligible for the Officers’
Chas. Peters home Sunday ev< n-
Reserve Corps by the Army A p
propria tor of May 12, 1917. C a n d i e s F o r
Mrs. M. E. D im l' who has
Maximum age limit 50 years.
♦een visiting at W. E. Tate’s
“ People who car ” nice and
Citiz ns of ti e Unite d States
^Btume I h ¡me Monday.
alwayi on h nd in bulk or
who have had war service in the
Beauc'u mp’s Drug
W . H . Carter and son, Norvel present war as officers or non-
%ere trading in c u LI in ity Sat- commissioned officers of the line Store.
The Stayton po tma c made
in the a*n iet o f allied Powers.
his annual trip over one of the
Mr. A . L . She.bj who has lVL.Aiu.um age limit 44 years.
Men of exceptional qualifica- rund routes Satur ay.
4ken working for D. Pottoroff
Come in and Examine our Stock Goods
and be Convinced