The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, July 19, 1917, Image 1

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    THE STAYTON MAIL
Has the Largest Circulation of Any Paper in the Santiam Valley
——
S T A Y T O N , MARION CO UNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1917.
23rd. Year, No. 29.
S e r ia l N o . 1 1 1 8
Nothing To
Child Drowns
in a Large Crock
Worry About
ing increase gross earnings, that
An ordinance to unionize the
operating income for such period
fire department and prohibiting
decreased $25,400,000 or 11.9
any /educting of salaries or va­
Supt Smith, Helen Cov ill of
The significance of the recent cations was defeated.
percent.
O.
A. C. and Jav V. Fike have
special election in Oregon and
“ In California, taking the pro­
A three million dollar bond
You h a v e two alternatives;
A
heroic
dash
from
Salem
with
been
demonstrating canning to
e»|»ecially the results of the issue was authorized for eleva­
either you are mobilized or you perty investments for twenty- eleven of their canning earns
a
pulmotor
failed
to
call
back
to
Portland city eleclio.i have es­ tors and docks to handle grain
, one roads, which embrace about
life little year and one-half old are not. If not, you have noth­ all the railroads in the state, for this week. Good attendar »and
caped notice.
in bulk.
Madeline Brock, daughter of Mr. ing to worry about.
interest is manifest.
That election wiped out the
Baker who has always been
If you are mobilized; either the year ending December 31st,
and
Mrs.
Brock
of
Aumsville,
last vestiges and activities of fuir to business interests was
you are in camp or at the front. 1916 their investments amount­ At a meeting of the Mt. Angel
mossbackism and radicalism at elected Mayor. Harbour, who who was found by her franric If you are in camp, you have ing to $982,111,305; their gross Club last Friday, 15 reported to
the same time—defeating Daly as county auditor has ulways mother floating head downward nothing.to worry about.
revenue to $113,271.000; their Mr. Fike and are striving hard
in a ten gallon crock of water
for Mayor.
championed the interests of the
If you are at the front, you operating expenses to$78,522,000 to complete thair work.
A fter a hitter campaign led by taxpayers, got the highest vote under the rear porch of the have two alternatives; either you and their taxes to $5,980,000,
A numberof club advisors have
Brock home Tuesday afternoon.
the Stute Grange and Farmers for Commissioner.
reported
to the local club leader
leaving
their
net
operating
re­
are in reserve or you are on the
Union politicians, a state high­ Commissioner Mann has al­ The mother found the child fighting line. If you are in the venue $28,767,000. That is a the progress their clubs have
way bond issue was carried by ways been an o|>en-8hop cham­ about 2:30 o’clock, but how long reserve, you have have nothing ratio of return on the invest­ made. All should report by July
she had been Moating is not
a big vote.
25.
ment of 2.93 per cent.
pion, and Kelliher, the other
to worry about.
A water trunsixirtution sub­ high man for Commissioner, known. Dr. Birdsall of Aums­ If you are in the fighting line,
“ In 1910 the investment of the
Do not forget the club rallies
sidy act was passed to author­ made the fight against the Ore­ ville was called and worked with you have two alternatives; either Southern Pacific was ¡¡$626,000- at Silverton, Aug., 8, at Donald,
D e child until 5 o’clock but
ize limited indebtedness to en­ gon Sunday Hluc I.aw.
000 and in 1916 it had risen to Aug., 9. and at Aumsville, Aug.,
without avail, when a call went you scrap or you don’t. If you $757,000.000, a n increase o f
courage development of interior
It is time for the advocates of
10. The Governor will be there
in to the Portland Kail way; don’t you have nothing to worry $131,000,000.
waterways.
freak laws and Doily Varden
and ail should enjoy the time
about.
A bill was passed consolidat­ politics in Oregon to reef their Light and Power company here
The net operating revenue, thus spent to encourage the club
If you do scrap, you have two
ing all state, city and county sails and get on a new tack if for the pulmoter.
exclusive of taxes, hire of equip­ members.
alternatives;
either
you
get
hurt
Klbert Thomas of Vick Bros.,
elections, while in Portland the they hope to sail into popular
ment and rental of joint facilities
Jay V. Fike
and
D. A. Wright and Clem or you don’t. If you don’t you in 1910 was $42,439,579 and in
voters turned down the old re­ favor.
Local Club Leader.
have
nothing
to
worry
about.
Lewis left Salem immediatly
gime by alderman.
1916 it was $42,581.507.
CARD OF THANKS
after receiving the call. Thomp­ If you do get hurt you have
Increasing pay of legislators
“ This means that with an in­
son drove like mad, making the two alternatives; either you get crease of $131,000,000 in the
was voted down 108,000 to 22,-
slightly hurt or badly hurt. If
Having sold our business to distance of 12 miles in sixteen slightly, you have nothing to property investment from 1910
000,000 the |>eople evidently pre-
fering higher class men to high­ EL K. Nelson we desire to thank minutes. Wright and Lew is of worry about.
to 1916 the net operating re­
the people of Stayton and vicinity the P. R. L. & P. Co., worked
er paid ones.
If badly, you have two alter­ venue practically remained sta­ Last Sunday afternoon at 3
Free interchange of telephone for their patronage and many over the child for one hour and natives; either you recover or tionary. But the taxes increas­
o’clock Glenn R. Munker, of
service a fad with a group of kindnesses during our stay here. twenty minutes with the pul­ you don’t. If you recover you ed from $3.437,000 in 1910 to $4,-
Stayton and Miss I.ela Hein of
We hope that you will continue motor but to no avail.
political lawyers, was v o t e d
999,000 in 1916. A fter payment Aumsville were unite! in the
have
nothing
to
worry
about.
“ Mr. Thompson deserves the
down, as unfair and unjust to to make frequent visits to the
of charges and taxes in 1910 the
highest
praise for the speedy If you don’t and have followed net operating income amounting holy bonds of matrimony by the
old stand for your general mer-1
large investments. .
my advice clear through, you
Rev. F. T. Porter of Salem at
Portland followed in the wake chandise and that your relations response to this call,’’ stated have done with worry forever.— to something over $38,000,000
the Christian church parsonage
Mr.
Wright,
after
his
return
to
of San Francisco, Ix>s Angeles, in the future with Mr. Nelson
while in 1916 it amounted to in that city.
The
Spiker.
Oakland and other progressive will be as pleasant in every way Salem.
something less than $37,000,000.
The bride is a popular and ac­
“ While our efforts were in­
cities and made picketing pro­ as ours have been in the past.
Showing that, notwithstand­ complished young lady of Aums­
effectual everything that human
Young’s Cash Grocery.
perty a crime.
ing increased business and gross ville having resided their all of
^ __ __
m.
power could accomplish to save
No longer will the the Weary
earnings, the increase in wages her life. She is the daughter of
Sandwich Willies carry the ban­ The New York Sun says edi­ the child was done.”
and cost of material, supplies Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hein. Mr.
ners up and down in front of torially: “ We salute Oregon.
and fuel oil, and taxes, results Hein was formerly a merchant
The Marketeria Grocery Co.,
any man’s place of business d e -: When war was declared she had
in a decrease in the net that of that place.
with E. R. Nelson as manager
daring him an enemy of labor. 1 2424 men in the nntional guard.
counts whether in railroading or
The gioam is one cf Stayton's
has
purchased the stock and bu­
Free use of the streets by Since then 2259 of her sons have
other lines of business.
most
popular young business
Having disposed of my busi­ siness of Ed. Young known as
jitneys was defeated and an act joined the national guard and
men,
being
the assistant cashier
passed requiring them to secure 1914 have enlisted in the regular ness in Stayton would be glad to Young’s Cash Grocery and will
of the Stayton State Bank where
a charter and ensure passengers army, bringing her grand total have all persons indebted to me conduct the business in the fu­
he has been employed for the
ture
under
the
name
of
the
Mar­
to 6(557, or 90 per cent of the call and settle their accounts.
for $2500.
past two years.
keteria
Grocery
Co.
Young’s Cash Grocery.
Three franchise ordinances quota of 7387 set down as her
They are spending their honey­
The
manager,
Mr.
Nelson,
is
were enacted at Portland au' just contribution. ‘Webfoot’ is
Salem will see not only the moon with the brides sister Mr3.
a
man
of
large
experience
and
Hubbard
Contract let for
thorizing the operation of motor- no name for Oregon. With only
firet bonds issued under the W. D. Wright of Boi.-e Idaho.
busses in connection with trac­ 717 men to be conscribed call her paving .Main street for 1 1-4 knows what his customers want Bean-Barret bill but also under
Mrs. Wright will return with
and understands how to supply
miles.
‘the Volunteer Stato. ’ ”
tion lines.
the
$6.000,000
road
bond
issue.
.
—
,
them
for a v'sit withjhome folks.
their wish. The store will be
Secretary
G.
Ed
Russ
of
the
The
Mail joins the many
closed Monday. Tuesday, Wed­
I C f c i d t C l
C f
O C l i c 1,7-i i
state
highway
commission
yes­
E lO iC IO ]
friends
of the happy couple in
nesday and Thursday of next
terday
wired
to
the
east
proposals
wishing
them
a long, happy and
week for the purpose of re-ar­
for
an
issue
of
$500.000
worth
prosperous
journey
through
ranging the stock and adding a
of
bonds
under
the
first
$1,000,-
life.
complete line of general mer­
chandise. When he opens up 000 that can be sold thorough
ADMINISTRATOR’S NO! ICE
for business Friday July 27th he the provisions of the $6,0C0,C00
will greet his patrons with a road bonding act.
Bids on these bends will be Notice is hereby given that the un­
complete line of general mer­
THE BEST PLACE IN SALEM TO BUY
received
at the same time and dersigned has been by order of the
chandise.
place,
August
7, at the state County Court of Marion County, Ore­
The new owners solicit their
duly appointed administrator of
capitol,
as
the
bids
on the $400.- gon,
share of business from the buy­
the estate of W. H. Rambo, late of
ing public and being live, wide 000 worth of the Bean-Barrett said county, deceased. All persons
awake business men will make road bonds, making the first having claims against the estate of
said deceased are hereby required to
inducements that will get them contemplated road bond sale by present the same, to the undersigned,
what they ask for. Watch for the state $900,000 altogether.
at the residence of Mrs. VV. H, Rambo,
Opening Announcement.
in Mill City, in said County, within six
Lostine, Oregon. Reporter: The months from the date of this notice,
And Hosiery for Men and Boys
r» 'f
J
t
general public want the railroads with proper vouchers.
1116
i aralySIS to earn enough to pay a fair rate Dated this 2hth day of June, 1917.
MEN’ S STYLISH, PERFECT FITTING SUITS
of interest and set aside a suffi- < Hewitt & Sox Frank P. Baltimore,
Attorneys for Admin-
Administrator
For the year ending Decem­ cient sum for depreciation.
istrator.
26-t-5
ber 31st, 1916 the railroads of
• California earned a net return
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX and MICHAEL STERNS SUITS
on their investment in that state
of only 2.93 per cent. That is
the testimony of President Wm.
Sproule of the Southern Pacific
before the State Railroad Com­
mission.
BOYS’ and Y O U T H S’ SN A PPY SU ITS
Speaking.of the railroad situa­
Pinchbacks or Norfolk styles, ages 6 to 18. Priced
tion in general, President Sproule
said:
“ The situation which confronts
; the carriers of California is in
Our line of Shirts. Neckwear, Hosiery and Underwear for
general the same as that which
Summer is Now Complete.
confronts the carriers of the
Unite I States. Operations of
Selling Agents for Interwoven Hosiery, Cooper'sUndearivear,Arrow and
the railroads of the United States
Emery Shirts, “Just Wright” Shoes, Roberts, Mallory and Stetson Hats
for the first three months of
this year show a gross revenue
increase of $66,500,000 over a
corresponding period last year,
with an increase in operating
Commercial Street. Salem
¡expenses $87,509,000 for t h e
| first three months of this year
I over a like period last year, with
¡.an increase in taxes of $1,400,-
T T -TT T
>1
- IT
■ I ll
11000. This means, notwithstand-
Wipes Out Radicalism
Industrial Club Notes
Popular Young
Couple
j Married *
Grocery Business
Changes Hands
Notice
Will Sell Big Lump
Of Road Bonds
a
Cl Cl
Cl
The Salem Woolen Mills Store
Clothing, Shoes, Shirts
Underwear, Neckwear
Kaiiroad
$ 12.50
$ 15.00
$ 17.50
$ 20.00
$ 25.00
$ 30.00
AND U P
$3.85
$5.00
$7.500
$10.00
Klecker’s
Headquarters for Vegetables, Ber­
ries, Cherries, Groceries, Dry Goods
Get our Prices Buy or uCil
c. P. BISHOP
Established 14 Years
TRY US
W .
F.
K LEC K ER .