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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1917)
T he S T A Y T O N
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ALEXAN D ER & DAUGHERTY, <>u / c i> aud I'ubHshcrs
M(. j , imb WM a SuU,tv visitor
C. £. DAUGHERTY, Editor and Manager
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Sylvester Dlvoly, of Seattle, is
E n ered as second class m atter at the ixwtotlico at Stay ton. Marion visiting home folks.
County. Oregon, under the Act of Congress of March 3. lSii*.
lr3. Lewie W eian d and fam -'
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dy are visiting in Portland this j
ih a v e n t s e e n genuine
I around nere in y e a r s
NO! ALL WE
G R A V E L Y *®
— Chewing Plu£
Subscription Price $1.00 Pci Year In Advance wn*.
B E F O R E T H E IN V E N T IO N
O F CHJR PATENT AIR -P R O O F P O U C H
G R A V E L Y P L U G TOBACCO
M ADE S T R IC T L Y FOR ITS C H E W IN G Q U A L ITY
W OULD NOT K E E P F R E S H IN T H IS S E C T IO N .
N O W T H E P A TE N T P O U C H K E E P S IT
FR E S H AND C L E A N AND O O O O
A L I T T L E C H E W O F O R A V C LY IS E N O U O H
A N D L A S T S L O N O E R T H A N A B IO C H E V Y
O F O R D IN A R Y P L U Q .
Mrs. Nipple called on Mrs. 1
• of th e S ta te E ditorial A ssociation and of th e W illam eite \ alley • ditori^i Hunter Monday afternoon.
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Mrs. Van Eykeren is visiting
Advertising Hates Made Known l pen Apt ¡¡cation
Mrs. I>. C. Grant, of Eugene
is visiting her parents, H. R.
Ft reign Idrertisi >® Represented by 1 he Aitcrkii. Tress Assccirticn
; Condit and wife.
Mr. Bilycti and wife and Mr.
Address all Communicatima to The Stay ton Mail
t ’utoff and wife, of Jefferson, J
spent Sunday evening at the
panied by C. E. Daugherty and Gunsaules home.
wife called at the T. J. Ware
A rthur Forrette and family
home Thursday evening.
spent Sunday at Wilhoit springs.
Miss Margaret Schaefer of
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thompson
Mrs. Ruth Easlburn, of Cali- >
•nd daughter of Portland, mo Linn county spent Sunday after fornia. is making an extended
tored to the Ed Smith home Sat noon with Wilma Ware.
visit with her parents, T. Y. Me- accompanied by Mrs. W. H.
urday in their Dodge.
W. M. Lake and wife motored Clellan and wife.
Hobson, Mrs. Dr. E. H. Hobson
Jess Ray of Lebanon was a to Salem Sunday.
Will Martin and family visited of Scio, and Miss Kurkin motored
Seek end visitor with his broth Mrs. Malone took T. L. San at the Cobb home Sunday after- j to Portland Sunday, out over the
er W. R. Ray.
ders and family to La comb Sun noon.
> Highway and returned Monday
to visit Mrs. Sanders peo
• Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lambert
---------------------- : On their way up Sunday they
1/ist Wednesday Mrs. Stanley stopped at the Gladstone Chau-
•Ad family and Miss Grace Shank ple.
M. F. Rvan and family. Frank
Miss Maud Eskew visited at A. Starr and Mrs. A. S. Pan- j tauqua and hoard Hilly Sunday
Habberman and wife and Linn tbe j J. Ware home Saturday. coast took Mrs. S tarr's and Mr. deliver his scheduled address.
Pancoast’s Sunday school class
Lambert and wife motored to
Mrs. R. L. Putnam and child
Mr. Forrest and son were Stay- to the Island for a picnic. In
Wilhoit springs Sunday.
Lenore and Theona, of For
S 'a tistics show th a t the num
ton callers Saturday.
addition to the dinner, w hich is est Grove, came Saturday for a
Dan Doll and wife of Stayton,
ber o f women depositors is rap
Mrs. Archie Kimsey has been always the main event at a pic
Mrs. Gasner and daughter and
visit with her parents, Mr. and
Miss Marie Hinkel of Kingston visiting in Fox Valley for a few nic, the youngsters had an en Mrs. H. C. VonBehren and fam
joyable t i m e swimming and ily .- Aumsville Record.
•ailed at John Hubers Sunday.
W e realise th a t women to
Mrs. J. Silbernagel met with wading.
H. R. Shank and family were
day are a big figure in the
Dr. Beauchamp reports the ar- F o r S l i m m e r C h flp S
a painful accident Tuesday even-
Sunday visitors at Ed Smiths.
of a son at the home of
T h e misses Noami Bodine >n£. while canning berries she
Gladys Downing, Verna a n d twisted the top off of a ja r while Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lambrecht July Nyols F a c e Cream, entirely
W e pay special attention to
Crystal Shank and Messrs Frank screwing the cover on and cut 21 and a son at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Carter of KTease,ess nJl)S right in and is
Caspell and Harry Humphreys her hands in several places.
Union Hill July 23.
motored to Silver Creek Falls
Courteous tsllsrs a n d clerks
Kenneth Thomas, Norwood
50c at Beauchamp’s The Quality
Eskew Wendel Tarier enjoyed
W. R. Brenner and wife called a crawfish feed at the T. J. Ware
women w ant to know in the
One dav last week the bridge
Good cigars, good soda at Beau
« t the P. H. Lambert home Sat- home Saturday.
champ's The Quality D rugstore over the Santiam river was found
The annual reunion of the to be on fire, which was put out
family was held at the without serious damage. Evi
called on Miss Bessie Shank Fri
S T A Y T O N S T A T E BANK
home of John Gildow last Satur dently some one had dropped a
day. There w'ere 46 present
Herman Foltz departed Tues- Tco late for last week,
some of them coming from Pen stub on the floor and in a place
day for Pendleton where is to Mrs. E. J. Myres left Sunday dleton, The Dalles and other where the dry dirt had accumu
Ikelp in the harvest fields.
for Nebraska to visit her daugh- eastern Oregon points. These lated, thus starting a fire.
Lewis Ray made a business ter.
reunions have been an annual
E. D. Alexander and wife, C.
trip to Salem Sunday.
Mr. J. E. Kimsey brought in e \e n t in this family for the past E. Daugherty and wife, Marian
Earnest Knapp and Melvin a fine bunch of sheep one day 12 years and are a source of Alexander and Verle Powelson
A share of the banking business
Shank visited with the Huber this week,
much pleasure as a good time is left Stayton Saturday afternoon.
of Stayton and vicinity
Mrs. Sam Mathena and son always had and good dinner motoring to Portland and out
The Laux Bros, who have been Robbie spent an afternoon with served.
is solicited. •
lover the Columbia Highway as
Geo. Keech and S. H. Heltzel far as Cascade locks, and return
doing some carpentering for H. Mrs. 0. P. Harris this week.
§enz left last week for their
---------------------- have had their homes painted
ed home Sunday evening.
recently and the improvement is
tom e at Albany.
You are assured of a safe deposi
Among the publications that
OX \ c lllC y
very noticeable. The examplesof
come to the Mail is a camping,
tory and courteous treatment at
these two progressive citizens
fishing and hunting guide com
this bank, by ample capital and
should be followed by every
piled and published by the South
Mrs. Sandberg and Miss Emma
home owner in Stayton. Try it
long experience in the banking
ern Pacific lines. This is a very
spent the week end with friends
once and see the improvement j comprehensive booklet on the
Mrs. F. M. Fresh and daugh near Salem.
subjects covered and pertains
ters spent several days visiting
D. W. Merser is the owner of
I he editor expects to leave to- principally to Western Oregon
friends in Silverton last week.
a new Buick 4. and E. E. Trask
m ight for Berkeley, C alif., called streams
Frank Wrightman, of Albany, Buick 6 within the past week.
by the serious illness of his moth
Mrs. Dr. Watson left last Sat
Mrs. E. A. Canning was a er. Mrs. Parry and Dixon will
'♦pent Sunday with his uncle,
morning for Victoria B. C.
iBeo. Schm itt
accompany him. During his ab
her husband who has en
Ih e work committee of the sence, Mrs. Parry’s sister, Mrs.
P. Freres and family spent
the Dental Corps of the
teinday at the Jake Etzcl home. Red Cross spent Tuesday even G. F. Korinek, of Stayton, will.
ing with Mrs. Walterman.
have entire charge of the Times. ( aria^ ,an Army. She will re-
Road Supervisor Downing has
Any assistance in news-gather- main
he goes to the front,
•ompleted the road work for this
Pendleton country t o remain
E. C. Downing and family through harvest.
editor as well as by the acting retumimg Sunday. They brought
.•pent Sunday afternoon at the
, Miss Grace Newell home with
G. W. Peling is doing some editdr. Junction City Times.
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J. B. Hunt home.
them for a few days visit,
slashing for J. A. Johnston at
Albert Frank, Joe Hendricks present
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C. Ullom, who was charged • o
"•nd Alfred Fox and families
Kodak Supplies, Developing with selling mortaged property o
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Bodeker
♦pent Sunday at Wilhoit Springs. and sons spent Sunday at Tay and printing done at Beauchamps without the consent of the mort- o
gagee, tried, and accquited of
Mrs. W. P. Burns and children lors grove.
of Salem, spent Sunday at the J.
M. Martin find E. Jackson a t The date; for c ub rallies of the charge, filed suit this morn-
&. Burns home.
tended Masonic Lodge in Stayton
Club have been changed. Meet- O. V. Meyers, who brought ihe
Mrs. Matt Schmidt was a Sa- Saturday evening.
le m caller one day last week.
Mr. Beer’s are the owners of I ings will be held at Silverton on suit against him, for damages in
August t9.h and at Aumsville the sum of $5.000. Ullom states
Mrs. Jake Etzel was a Stayton a new car.
that he was held eight hours in
J a c k Johnston and family
the Multnomah county jail and
Everybody is busy making hay were Jordan visitors Monday.
a short branch lo ded with cher-1 s'x days in the Marion county
th is week.
ries at the Mail office this morn- ' Jail as a , t*8ult of Meyers com
ing, for which he has th ; thanks plaint. He also says he was ro « > >
of the force.
We were all too ffuired to put up $250 bail to se-
c'l iry hungry to count them, cure his freedom. For these
Upon invitation o ' the Baptists but they were large, luscious things and the iniury to his rep-
the Methodist F p ‘ copal congre Bings, an I there are not su many utation, he asks damages,
Too late for last week.
gation will worship in the Bap cherries on the limb now as Capital Journal,
Oscar Hoven and mother of
Miss’ Olive Bassett who was a
§alem visited at the Frank Smith tist church next Sunday morning when he ! *‘t it, by a large num-
and evening. Sunday School at h-r*
member of the high school corps
the usual hour.
Roy Stew art was a Fox Val
E. B. Lockhart.
efit t f t! < s interested that a teacher in the Home Economics
ley caller Sunday.
complete list of those drawn in department of t h e Newherg V
Frank Farrington was a Stay-
North I lains oes not need to the war draf i tl. s I strict and High School. She graduated *
Ion caller Monday'.
go to sleep or c use anyone to say in the ord r in
ii they were from this school in 1J13 and con
Mrs. E. G. Siegmund isattend- "There is nothin' to do here -no drawn wi.l be print 1 in the sequently feels proud of her
teg the Chautauqua in Sa'em.
payroll or anytuir g. ’ Get busy Mail as soon as received from election lo a i o ; tion in her home
Ed Young and family accom- and make a payroll.
the exemption board.
school, success to her.
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Women A re
Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton. Oregon
A Complete Line of
i GEHLEN’S STORE
l W e also Carry
: plete line of Staple and
Come in and Examine our Slock Goods
and be Convinced