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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1917)
S TA Y TO N M AIL
ALEXANDER A DAUGHERTY, Owners and Publishers
An interesting little magazine
“ The Spike” published by the
C. E. DAUGHERTY, Editor anti Manager
men of the 8th Regiment Engi
neers N it onal Army U. S. A.
Entered as second class m atter at the postoffice at Stayton, Marion
is brought to our disk. It was
County. Oregon, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1870.
sent to John 11. Porter by his
son Glenn who is in the Engi
neering Corps. Glenn has hu ■
several years experience in this
M .nbri o f the State Editorial Association and of the Willamette Valley Editorial line of work previous to going
into the army. He spent some
thing in Alaska. He has grown
Advertising Kates Made Known Upon Application
to manhood in this vicinity and
has many friends who are inter
Forrigi Advertising Represented by The American Press Association
ested in him. Following is a
song published in “ The Spike. ”
EIGHTH ENGINEER’S S O N G .
Address all Communications to The Stayton Mail
WHY. THAT WAS
JACKSON S FAVOLITI.
01.0 HICKORY WAS
ABOUT HIS TOBACCO
All Over The Valley
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We’re from the wild aud wooly west
W e're almost civilized.
From Rocky Mountains to the Goast,
W e've counted many ties.
From Canada to Mexico,
Beneath the Western skies
W e’ve come to help the soldier hoys.
And the job is just our size.
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Subscription Price $1.00 Per Year In Advance
By Albert l’. Wilson, G Go.
We don’t belong to the regulars
We’re railroad engineers.
W e’re only part of the rank and lile.
But someone holds us dear.
Many a m other's heart will ache.
Within the coming year.
But Uncle Sam will take off his hat
To the Railroad Engineers
G R A V E L Y 'S
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BEFORE BILLY POSTE*
GETS THROUGH, A LOT OF
OTHER PEOPLE WILL DC
GETTING PARTICULAR TOO
A dance will be given Satur
day evening July 21 in the sknt-
i n g rink, floor 50x75 large
enough to accomodate every
body who comes. Music by 12
piece Italian band. Come and en
joy the evening.
Dr. G. C. Watson has answer
ed the call of his country. He
left Portland W'ednesday morn
ing for Vancouver B. C. where
he will enlist as a dentist or in
the hospital corps of the Brit
R. A. Ward of The Dalles Ore.
will give a demonstration of rid
ding your place of gopher, moles
ami squirrels Saturday afternoon
July 21 before the grange in the
Odd Fellows hall. The public is
cordially invited to attend.
The team of A. C. Ferry of
Sublimity broke loose from the
hitching rack in the feed barn
Monday evening and ran up
third street but as they started
across the bridge over the ditch
the rig struck the railing and
turned over and while the team
was thus halted Glenn Munkers
caught them. Very little dam
age was done.
A. W. Schrunk, merchant, who
will open a grocery and dry
goods store in Salem, is moving
his store and household goods.
Mr. Schrunk has been doing a
prosperous business here and al-
tho we are sorry that he is leav
ing town we wish him success in
his new location.
Miss Viola Shephard of Mill The annual picnic of the Idle
City is visiting her sister Mrs. Hour Club was given at Taylar’s
Grove, on the Santiam river, on
Councilman this week.
S'atiatica ahow th a t the num
last. The Club members
A rthur Forrette and
ber o f wom en depoaitora ia rap
spent Sunday at Silver Creek and t ^ie' r Kuests left the Victor
through No Man’s
breakfast upon arriving at the
W e rea lize th a t women to
Peter Woelke and wife of Mt.
W’e ’ll lay it there to stay.
grove. A thoroughly enjoyable
Angel spent Sunday with the
day are a big figure in the
We’ll use American methixls,
latters parents, W. McCornick
And we’ll work the modern way.
Several from the Point attend We'll take our own equipment,
e d the dance at Macleay Satur
And we’ll lay it right to Krupp
W e p a y apecial a tten tion to
Howard Trammel of Seattle is
And then when once we lay it down,
visiting at the Dively home.
W e’ll be damned if we take it up.
Master Claire Palmer of Dalles
Mr. Srrith took a truck load of
Ore., is visiting with his aunt,
Courteoua teller» an d clerk»
peorle to Sodaville Sunday, to
We don’t know much about the drill
Mrs. Theo Fischer.
g la d ly explain anything
spend the day.
soldiers have to do.
The picnic of the Oregon Pio W e’ll The
women w an t to know in the
make the kaiser clear the track
The Misses Hobson and Haw-
neer Association will be given
kes of Portland, who have been
July 14, at the Hunt grove.
We’ll highball down the Aiane and
visiting at the Williams home,
Miss Maude Humphreys is vis-
returned to their home Sunday.
And this is what we’ll do,
W e’ll ramble into Germany,
Mr. and Mm. Fahl.tom of i,inK a t lhe J ' D' Uarbi' home
S T A Y T O N S T A T E BANK
Mrs. Josephine King spent the
With the Old Red, White and
Wash., are visiting her parents
week-end with her daughter
Peter Blone and wife.
Mrs. Humphreys at Triumph-
A. J. Savage went to Salem
Louis Giesler bought a Ford
Julius Krenz is ill with mea-
Bender,of Jordan is build
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Burnett sles.
A share of the banking business
and children, of eastern Oregon
M. Gibson has returned
are visiting at the John Huber from a gew weeks visit in east-
Gardiner to secure a new pas
of Stayton and vicinity
Mrs. Fred McIntyre and Miss
D. J. Caldwell and Carl Follis
Ida Gibson, of Salem, motored to
left Wednesday for eastern Ore-
M. F. Ryan’s Thursday. Miss
You are assured of a safe deposi
Marguerite Ryan accompanied
0. M. Baker just returned from
The high prices of all raw ma
tory and courteous treatment at
them back to Salem.
Mrs. Pearl Schnackenberg and Albany driving T. W. Creech's
W. R. Ray, wife and daughter children of Hillsborough are vis- new Chevrolet
this bank, by ample capital and
ure of printing and the publishing
Effie and Mrs. Ona Shelton left iting at the home of her daugh-
W. A. Bullock and daughter of a newspaper has made it
long experience in the banking
for Portland Friday.
ter Mrs. M. Stone
of Portland were visitors of Mr. imperative that we eitherincrease
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Zimmer-
Mrs. Carmifield of Albany and Mrs. Ed Young Tuesday.
the price of our subscription or
man and family, Mr. and Mrs. gave a very instructive as well
Antone Silvernagel is staying cut down the size of our paper
John Zimmerman and daughter as interesting talk in the behalf with his brother-in-law Luis Gie
and in view of the fact that there
and Mr. and Mrs. Champ of Me- of the Red Cross at the Lyons sler this week.
j have been so many demands on
hama, visited at the Henry Senz hall Thursday evening of last
The Silvernagel brothers are us all for financial assistance we
week. Lyons has a member ship
still sawing wood and making deemed it advisable to cut our
Mrs. Roxie Shank and family of over 60 members as a begin- good headway.
paper down to four pages until
motored to Salem Sunday.
and we h°Pe to see additional
W. D. Cornish and wife ac advertising increases enough to
Ed Smith visited at Portland names with every meetini?'
companied Peter Deidrich and justify us in again increasing to
Mr. and Mrs. F. Laux were
the past week.
wife on the Columbia Highway six pages. We trust our readers
will see the justness of our de-
Mr. and Mrs M. F. Ryan and Stayton visitors last week
and continue to give us
fanviy motored to the capital
I Mrs. A. L. Johnson and two
loyal support they have
.children and Miss Nelia Johnson
Owing to the de <• •> •> <• •> •> •> <• ■> •> •> <• •> <• o
Mrs. Lena Brown returned last. of SaIem visited Alr. and Mra.
Mr. and Mrs. Don McKnight
cre ase in advertising at this ■>
and children, of Scio, Miss Gla-
Ed Young Tuesday.
dys Downing and Linn Lambert the home of her mother.
, C p p Rugs representinp tYc season of the year we will Le
A Complete Line of
and wife visited at the W. R. ! W. R. Surry was a called at Rovai Tvnewriter Co (Jf p„rt able to give them practically the
Ray home Sunday.
the Beers farm Saturday morn- 3
t a n ^ t i n T h M l n ^ i n same amount of local news the y
j have been getting in the six page
Mr. and Mrs. John Huber and
sons, and Ed Smith and wife
B. F. Eodeker and family of
j)r> Beauchamp, Jo? Fiaher,
Sunday visitors at H. R. Shanks. Mill City spent Sunday with C. A. Beauchamp and wife L ft |
Linn Lambert and wife were home folks.
yesterday for a short fishing trip
entertained at the P. H. Lambert
J. H. Johnston and family to the McKenzie river.
were Mill City visitors Sunday.; a M> Hake, report, the sale
Marion county has an enroll-'
Mrs. H. Senz and sons, Mr.
Lloyd Trask was Mail carrier of a Chevrolet to J. C. Huber
• - f 1219 11 I rrvn I k r ,
and Mrs. Arnold Senz and Frank, Monday, owing to the illness of and Fuick tour to I). H. Mercer
one sixth of state enroll
Pete and Tony Laux were enter
of Lyon ;.
tained at the Mrs. Roxie Shank
_____ Mill Cty-A lbany motor
I/acal Industrial School Fairs
home Sunday eve.
Due to the much ta'ked of wj]| change time July 15 in both
will be held Sept. 19 and 20 at
A large number from this vi Servant Problem the Harford direction s to make connections
these places; Stayton, Aumsville,
cinity attended the round-up at home was greatly disturbed. with the trains at i helburn.
Donald, St. Paul, Auroia Woo 1-
Mr. H arw rol had great fear for
Mr. Samu •! Glover of S; okane, burn Gervias, Mt. Angel, Scotts
Everyone in this neighborhood b‘8 digestion and —
Wash., returned to his home Mills and Silverton.
r busy making hay while the sun
JO J the rest a t the Wednesday after a three weeks
Miss He'en Cowgill, 0. A. C.
Star, Stayton, J n ly 2 6 a t8 p . m. vWt „ u h w , niccc
will be in Sublim ty July 17, 9;30
There will he preacbiniT at the
Echo- T w o sheei men will Lambert.
a. rn, to demonstrate home can
Mt. Pleasant church Sunday the bu,ld ?4G00 houses near here.
Mr. and M r. Euifen . Loomis ning.
15th both morning and evening.
Roseburg manufacturers try- and Mrs. Eli/, beth Loomis Ran-
Every patriotic citizen should
Everyone is invited to attend.
ing to secure contract for millions kjn ()f Portlar d visited at the do all in his power to encourage > Come in and Examine our Stock Goods * *
of oak tent pegs needed by army home of their aunt Mrs. L. S. these boys and girls to finish »*•
Hood River apple crop of 1917 | S. P. Co. has finished a mod- lam bert, attending the fun their club work.
and be Convinced
will be handled by Seattle North- ern passenger depot at lieeds- eral of their grandfather, Philip
Jay V. Fike
western Fruit exchange.
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Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton, Oregon
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