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S T A Y T O N , MARION CO UNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY I2, I9I7.
23rd. Year, No. 28.
Serial No. 1117
sion and installed the following
Maryland troops in our second w'no so kindly extended their aid
war with Great Britain 1812-14.
W. A. Weddle, P. N. G.: Ben
Philip was the oldest one of a heartfelt thanks, and trust that
N. G .; G. F. Korinek,
large family and occupied a re
H. Hobson, Secy.: J.
Colorado has a Labor Commis
Some oily politicians of the
A quintette of brothers, who sponsible position in his father’s
J. R. Gardner. west want to keep the votes of
sioner with four bureaus, Statis
are Oregon pioneers, was broken trip across the plains to Oregon
Mrs. Philip Glover
tic, Factory Inspection, Employ R. S. N. G .; J. M. Ringo, L. S. the men engaged in development
Sunday with the deuth of 1'hilip in 1849 and assisted in carving a
ment Agencies, Public and Pri N. G.; Wayne Ashby, R. S. V. of the oil industry and also keep
Glover, who passed away at his home out of the wilderness. He
G.; Conrad Niebert, L. S. V. G. in with the conservationists of
home near Sublimity at the uge
V. Dare Sloper, Warden. A. S. the east.
of H8 years.
Pancoast, Con.; C. E. Daugherty
Secretary Lane, who is a west
Besides the widow, whose
chaplain; Stanley A. Starr, R. S. ern man, and the California del
maiden name was Delilah Ed- mail carrier from Oregon City to
It is still an open question
S. Archie Caspel, L. S. S.; C. E; egation want the leasing bill
munson, the following children Sublimity. He owned one of the whether the American people have deputies and other em
Taylor; Inside guardian: H. Lilly passed to give relief to the oil
survive: Mrs. Amelia Conick of
care more about politics than
operators held up by the Taft
Klipsan Beach, Wash.; Henry
they do about business and in
At the last session of the withdrawal order.
and John Glover, Grandview:
these industrial departments all Grand Lodge W. A. Weddle was
Not only is oil production re
Arthur. Salem George, Sublim he always kept a number of fine
Partisan politics appeals to
appointed Deputy District Grand stricted by the opposition of the
ity; Mrs. Ellen Lambert, Stayton
many people, and a few make
Marshall and was the installing navy department, but in the
and Frank Glover, Dallas. A was a member of the Presbyter money out of it,but the multitude $200.000.
for the Odd Fellows while preparedness crisis, the same
That much is spent annually
daughter, Mrs. Louisa J. I^oomis, ian church and the Grange and must depend on payrolls and
Beauchamp was the withdrawal policies lock up the
was a lifelong democrat. He and business under any adminstra- on industrial regulations and yet
passed away six years ago.
for the Rebekah l a n d s containing potash and
, the industrial conditions in Colo
He settled with his parents on Mrs. Glover had been married tion.
rado have been the worst of any after the business in hand was phosphates.
a donation claim in the lower past 63 years.
W hether one man is elected to state.
completed short talks were made
Six million acres oil lands are
Waldo hills near Macleay, Or.,
an office or another is not of as
by several present, and the withdrawn that no oil wells can
and his many years, spanning a
much consequence to the aver
be bored upon, to please the
dozen years less than a century, Elliott, and interment was made age citizen as the founder of a bill to put all these industrial
The partners for supper were Gifford Pinchote and their asso-
have largely been sj*ent in Ore
new industry or building a new Industrial commission.
selected and as last as chosen cjated conservationists who do
gon. His life has bridged the choir was composed of Mrs. J. railroad.
the couple wended their way to not beleive hi American initia-
period o f American history from
the dining room where all were tjve.
Andrew Jnckson’s first inaugu Beauchamp and Stanley A. Starr,
to ice cream and cookies,
Grade oij has gone ^ high
ration as president on March 4, with Mrs. C. E. Taylor, organist.
it is n0 longer available for
1829, to the time the time the The pall-bearers were W. H.
A new effort will be made in dulged in until a late hour.
road building and there is talk
United States became involved In Downing, J. T. Hunt, Henry
prosperity depends on use of the legislature this winter to
gasoline going to a dollar a
the greatest war in all history.
which would not be possi-
Besides his widow, his only
oil production proceeded
mate through the term of years,
and his family, he is survived by
four brothers, Samuel, aged 8b
Not only are oil proc ucts re
and James Nettle, aged 80, both | ly attended of any ever held in and then the loss falls on the in every state and not only pro unique form of selecting partners
and entertainm ent furnished.
stricted and soaring un 'e.' ab-
of whom reside at Spokane, j eastern Marion county, more whole community and hinders tect the taxpayer but industries
against political agitators.
„ normal demands but on the six
Wash.; Charles Peyton, age 77, I than sixty automobiles being progress.
If the Industrial functions of
The following appeared in the million acres withdraw n at the
of Portland, and John.72 of Brit- j counted at the cemetery, show
ish Columbia, and brothers Wil ing the high esteem in which the line believes his nostrum will the state could be made really Jeffersen Review: “ Anyone who dictation of the conservationists,
liam and George, and two sisters , deceased was held. Friends and cure all the troubles of city, constructive nothing would help will do nothing for his town is there are amunition supplies
Louisa, wife of Wm. Culver, and I acquaintances were present from state or nation, but he is not a tne development of the state so helping to dig a grave. A man needed for the preparedness pro-
that cusse3 the town furnishes gram,
Mariah, wife of Jack Graves, long,distances to pay their last safe person to follow in any much.
the casket. The man who is so
All.th^se resousc*^>jdMch form
basis of national defence
Philip was a direct descendent:
be developed by private
of a very hardy family of Amer-;
and American enter-
¡can pioneers. His grandfather.
We desire thank the people for
Philip Glover, came to America
from England in colonial times, their assistance during the ill
the exact date not being known, j ness and burial of our husband
Portland— Hammond Lumber
His own father, Philip Glover, and father; also for the many
on the grave. The man who is Gasoline is invaluable
was born in St. Charles county, beautiful floral tributes. Our Co. plans to purchase 14,000 acres
howling hard times all the time
army and navy and so is the
Maryland in 1795, and at the thanks are also due the singers of timber land in Clatsop county
preaches the funeral sermon and supply of potash for amunition
age of 17 years served with the for their excellent music. To all for $4,000,000.
sings the doxology, and thus the plants, to say nothing of phos-
The Columbia Highway i s town lies buried f/om ail sorrow phates for fertilizers contained
i m i mm
proving quite an attraction to and care.
in the ar*.as withdrawn, and
Stavton people as a good sized
which the government is doing
party left here last Saturday
ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE
nothing to develop’.
evening making the trip to Port-
lend that night, visiting the Notice Is hereby given that the un
Highway Sunday going as far as dersigned has been by order of the
Cascade Locks also taking in County Court of Marion County, Ore
gon, duly appointed administrator of
Bonneville where the fish hatch- the estate of W. H. Rambo, late of
Having disposed of my busi
THE BEST PLACE IN SALEM TO BUY
ries are located, returning to said county, deceased. All persons ness in Stayton would be glad to
their homes Sunday evening. having claims against the estate of have all persona indebted to me
They report a splendid trip and said deceased are hereby required to call and settle their accounts.-
a good time. Those making the present the same, to the undersigned,
Young’s Cash Grocery.
at the residence of Mrs. W. H, Rambo,
trip were: J. W. Mayo and fam in Mill City, in said County, within six
ily, J. M. Ringo and wife, G. F. months from the date of this notice,
Korinek and wife, Pete Graber, with proper vouchers.
in the cinnabar district near
wife and son, Mrs Ringo's sister Dated this 28th day of June, 1917.
Brownsboro has uncovered a
Miss Ermine Bushnell of Salem, Hewitt & Sox Frank P. Baltimore,
Attorneys for Admin-
Administrator “ soap mine.” It is a mineral
And Hosiery for Men and Boys
Grant Murphy, wife an<^ baby, istrator.
soap, and it resembles the old-
Jake Spaniol, wife and son and
fashioned, dark-yellow soap-bar
MEN’ S STYLISH, PERFEC T FITTING SUITS
that corner grocers years ago
Albany—New cannery here
used to display.
An Aged Pioneer of
Marion County Dies
Business vs* Politics
The Salem Woolen Mills Store
to t W
Clothing, Shoes, Shirts
Odd Fellows and
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX and MiCHAEL STERNS SUITS
BOYS’ and Y O U T H S’ SN A PPY SU ITS
Pinchbacks or Norfolk styles, ages 6 to 18. Priced
Our line of Shirts, Neckwear. Hosiery and Underwear for
Summer is Now Complete.
Selling Agents for Interwoven Hosiery, Cooper’s Undearwoar,Arrow and
Emery Shirts, ‘ Just Wright” Shoes, Roberts, Mallory and Stetson Hats
C. P . BISHOP
Commercial Street, Salem
A large crowd of Odd Fellows
and Rebekahs gathered a t the
Odd Fellows hall Tuesday even
ing to i a -ticipate in the joint
insta ation of the officers of both
or ors for the cui rent six months.
The Relekahs installed their
officers first who were:
Mrs. Pen Scheafer P.N.G.Mi s
Ella Williams, N. G .: Mesdames
lij Horrce Lilly, V’. G .; V. Dare
Slop, r, Secy.: C. E, Taylor.
Treas.: W . H. Hobson. R. S. N.
G .: J. R Gardner. L. S. N. G .:
J. II Ringo. R. S. V. G.; G. C.
■ ' V Watson, L. S. V. G .: Archie
Caspel, Warden: Carrie Palmer,
MM* Conductor: V. A. Geode, Inside
guard an: J. E. Sloper, Chaplain;
and Mi?s V erdi Hamman Out
side guardian. Ai the conclu
sion of the Rebekah installation
the Odd Fellows went into ses-
Peace is Declared!
A t 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. .»ays
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.
EstaL^hed 14 Years Here
Wc want Raspberries, Loganberries and Cherries
W. F, KLECKER.