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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 , M A R IO N C O U N T Y , O R E G O N , T H U R S D A Y ,
¿3rd. Year, No. 30.
J U L Y 26, 1917.
New Firm Open
Quick Action W ill
Avert Fuel Famine
The W a r Draft
I f such a call is made then these
men in such numbers as may be
required will go before the board
and offer such reasons as they
It is not yet too late for the
The groat draft, perhaps the may have for exemption if they
The Marketeria Grocery Co., Federal Government to avert the
Until such call is
greatest in history is over > far as have any,
opens for business Friday July threatened fuel famine in Cali
its numbering o f . oinc ten millions made there is nothing further
27 with the largest sale ever put fornia, but relief legislation must
of men and fixing the order in required o f them according to
in Stayton see their add in be enacted quickly if disaster is
which they shall be called to the the statement made by Adjutant
issue o f the Mail for a few to be avoided. This is the view
colors is concerned.
Here i n General White.
unprecedented bargins of well informed captains of in
It is suggested that those re
Oregon it is little more than a
offering. Many of the dustry in the Golden State who
form so far as the first unit of gistered file away this issue of
being sold at prices say that the consumption of
the selective army is concerned. the Mail for future guidance.
1 far below the wholesale cost at
crude oil in California is now
With only 717 men to be taken By counting from the beginning
present. This is not a second 60,000 barrels a day above pro
from its seven hundred thousand
hand stock of goods but new duction.
imputation, it is u mere bagatelle. tell whether they are among the
bought for cash in large
The recent testimony o f W. R.
It makes a pecular condition second lot called. I f for instance
hence the low prices. Scott, vice-president and general
here loo. and one which many
This is not one of the fly-by- manager of the Southern Pacific
fail to understand. They do not this county, or rather this dist
night establishments but are lo Company to the effect that his
see why the draft is necessary rict, (for there are two districts
here permantly and will r< ad would have to discontinue
in Marion county for instance, in this county) to furnish 60
to do business in our some of its trains within a short
which along with several other men, the first 50 on the list, or
shopping get the time unless the situation im-
Oregon counties has furnished as many more as would be nec
the Marketeria j proved, has caused many large
its full quota o f men by enlist essary to supply the full quota
your merchan industries to wake up to the ser
after those exempt had been
vour groceries. iousness o f the problem. The
Adjutant General White has eliminated would be required to
prices, and Southern Pacific is using 45,000
announced that at present there report to the boards. Until that
i s their barrels of fuel oil a day, which
is nothing required of those time the draft is practically not
is nine to twelve thousand more
given numbers in this and sim in force in this county. Should
barrels a day than it can buy or
ilar counties, for the reason that
produce. Its entire reserve will
none are to be drafted at this
be exhausted, and the re
time, and under the first call,
duction in train service must then
which selects 087.(XX) men. The the list selected in the second i
government has however com call, and with him would be i Early Monday morning the follow of necessity.
Meanwhile the richest oil fields
pleted the enumeration o f all called those following on the* general merchandise store o f F.
those between the ages o f 21 list until the quota was again J. Riesterer & Co., at Sublimity of the West are denied to pro
and 30 inclusive, so that when filled. That is why the complete was entered by burglars, who ducers on the theory that a navy
another call is made it will not list was drawn, and that is why evidently g a i n e d admission to l>e built five years from now
be necessary to make another it is suggested the copies of the through a back door by use of a may need the supply.
numbering. In cam* of n second
call then the men drawn Friday
will be taken in the order in everyone can tell whether or not cash and a bolt o f black silk pop not be any greater than that
which exists now with the coun
which they were drawn, and so he has been called. This resume lin and a quantity of jewelry.
try at war and American indus
far down the list as may be ne
striving to supply half the
cessary to supply the required been made rather prolix because the officers have not been able to
For instance in the so many have inquired o f the get any clue as to the identity of
It seems they
As a simple war measure, the
drawing the first number in this Mail hh to what they would be the burglars.
district was 258 which was held required to do. It might be add must have understood such work government could hardly do less
by George L. DeSort, of Silver- ed that each person is supposed as they were able to unlock the than permit the Southern Pacific
ton. The second number was to learn his number, and be safe from which the money was to supply its fuel needs from its
own lands pending litigation.
1,436 the third 854. Tho$e w ill1 ready to respond without further, secured.
Every barrel of oil which the
be the first three on the list o f ;
buys in the open market
those who must api>e|r before j
Following the lead of Corvallis
ten above the going
the board should a second call be i
Salem voted to reduce the num-
made, and with them those hav
Portland Roofing Co.,
gets bes of names required to get price, means that some Califor
ing the numbers following in the ! $30,000 contract from American paving and to validate previously nia industry will be short that
amount of its fuel oil needs.
order in which they were drawn, j Lake.
made street assesments.
Sublimity Store Robbed
Serial No. U J9
will not be accepted as an excuse
for not appearing on the day set.
The burden o f appearing when
he is called is on the man himself
there is a heavy penalty for fail
ure to answer the call.
Remember, that regardless of
whether a man intends to apply
for exemption or discharge, he
must appear for physical exami
nation on the day set. He has
seven days from the posting of
the list and the mailing o f the
notice to him by the board in
which to file application for ex
emption, and ten more days in
which to file proof.
And remember again, that no
claims for exemption because o f
employment >'n necessary indus
tries, including agriculture, can
be considered by your county ex
Such a claim must be made to
one o f the three district appeal
boards, at Portland, Eugene, or
La Grande. It can only be made
then after the man has passed
his physical examination and
been certified by the county
board as called for military ser
vice and not exempt.
A fte r you have appeared be
fore your county exemption
board and passed the physical
examination, it will still be some
time before you will actually be
called out to join the army. You
will be notified when it is time
for you to report for service.
A Question Answered
Mrs* Flynn Dies-
Mrs. Christina Flynn,
fe o f
Chas. H. Flynn: died at her resi
dence in Stayton yesterday .Hom
ing at about three o’clock ifter
a long illness caused by heart
She was bom in Minnesota 37
years ago, and besides h r hus
band leaves three sons t I one
daughter to mourn her de; h.
Mr. Flynn and family came to
Stayton several months r g<> and
purchased what is known a i the
Cottage Hotel property, where
they have since resided.
The funeral service will be held
in the Stayton Catholic church
Friday, at 9 a. m., conducte 1 by
Rev. Fr. Lainck, and interment
will be made in the local Catho
Owing to show expenses %c^n-
tinually advancing it nece sit£tes
us raising our admission price to
10 and 15c. STAR T H E A T R E
Francis X. Hoereth, Mgr.
Sunday July 15 a large number
o f the friends o f A. F. W ^ ter
gathered at his home and gave
him a surprise party in honor of
his birthday. An elegant lunch
was served, the tables being
spread under the cherry trees,
Games were played such as cards
and pitching horse shoe , nil had
a most enjoyable time.
Those present w eri John*Zu
ber and family, Jos Heuberger
and family. W. Starr ar I family.
Albert Weidner and family, Peter
Welter and family, Pn 1 Albus,
Pete Barkmeier and wife, Mrs.
Gries, M. Zuber, Geo. Welter, J.
B. Van Handel,
James Ripp, Jos. Odenthal. John
Heuberger, John G re*, W. Oden-
thal, Hannah Heuberger, Pete
Gries, Miss Zuber, Agnes Boed-
igheimer, Lizzie Odenthal, »The
resa Heuberger and Margaret
Portland, Ore., July 24—A
question frequently ask in con
nection with the coming draft
is whether a man absent from
his home county, either out of
the state or in another county of
the state, can arrange to save
the expense of returning to his
home county for physical exam
ination, etc., if he is called, by
appearing before the exemption
board of the county in which he
happens to be.
He can, but only under the
I üüüüt J 2 ü 2 2 2 2 2 2
J2 2 1 CUTI 1
Immediatly a f t e r receiving
notification from his home ex
Portland, July 24.— Within a
AD M IN ISTRATO R’S NT CE
emption board to appear for
few days official lists of the draft
physical examination, theabsen-j
serial numbers, showing the or
Notice is hereby given that the un-
tee should write the board, fully
der in which they were drawn in
dersigne 1 has b t e i by or er c f the
explain the circumstances and
County Court o f M rion County, Ore
the lottery at Washington, will
asking permission to present gon, duly appoint.«] aJministrjfdr of
reach the various county exemp
THE BEST PLACE IN SALEM TO BUY
himself before the board in the the estate o f W. H. Rumbo, lafe of
tion boards. Following receipt
said county, deceased.
A ll persons
county where he is situated.
of these lists, the boards will no-,
The War Department draft having claims against the estate of
tify the men called up on the
said deceased are hereby requJMl to
regulations authorize his home present the same, to the undergfened,
board, if it is satisfied with his at the resiience o f Mrs. W, H, Rambo,
Until then it will not be neces
statement, to give such permis in Mill City, in said Co.mty, within six
sary for those subject to call on
sion. He should not appear be months from the date o f thisW tice,
the first draft to report. But as
fore the other board, however, with proper vouchers.
soon as they receive notification
Dated this 28th day o f June, UJL7.
until he has first been notified by Hew itt & Sox Frank P. B u iti^ re ,
from their boards, they must re
his home board and has obtained Attorneys for Admir.-
And Hosiery for Men and Boys
A In irifcitrator
port promptly on the day desig
the necessary permission.
MEN’ S STYLISH, PERFEC T FITTING SUITS
The first step taken by each
appears will have full jurisdic
Salem and Marion cqi
board will be to post in a con
tion over his case.
build $6000 comfort statiq
spicuous place a list containing
the names of all the men regis
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX and MICHAEL STERNS SUITS
tered in its county or district, in
i the exact order in which they
will be called on the first and all
i succeeding drafts. A copy of
| this list will also be given the
A N D UP
press for publication.
B O Y S ’ and Y O U T H S ’ S N A P P Y S U IT S
Let it be emphasized again that
Pinchbacks or Norfolk styles, ages 6 to 18. Priced
J this list will have not only the
names o f the men to be called out
1 on the first draft, but of every
I man registered, in the order in
Our line of Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery and Underwear for
which he must be called. No
Summer is N o w Complete.
j person whatsoever has any au
th o rity to change this order.
Selling Agents for Interwoven Hosiery, Cooper’s Undearwear,Arrow and
Having posted this list and
Emery Shirts, “Just Wright” Shoes, Roberts, Mallory and Stetson Hats
¡given a copy to the press, the
' board will then notify by letter
i^jj every man called up on the first
draft. Each man will be direct
ed to appear before the board for
Commercial Street, Salem
j physical examination on a speci
fied date, which will be within
k l e c k e f
seven days o f the mailing of the
n n n n n r~
i n r a n n n n n n r~
i i " i c:.;:.,, Failure to receive this notice
Draft News Letter
The Salem Woolen Mills Store
Clothing, Shoes, Shirts
Headquarters for Vegetables, Ber--
ries, Cherries, Groceries, Dry
Get our Prices Buy or ,
c. P. BISHOP
We Wani Red Raspberries by the Crate