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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1917)
T h e STAYTON MAIL
ALEXASDL'R S: DAUGHERTY, Owner» unti publishers
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew i*isher
and sun Eric called at the J. King
home Sunday evening.
C. lì. DM VHlìRTY, Editor nini Mulinar
Entered as second elasa matter at the postòtficc at Stayton, Marion
County, Oregon, under the Act oC Congress of March 3, 1879.
Subscription Price $1.00 Per Year In Advance
Advertising Rates Made Known Upon Application
Foreign Advertising Represeoled by Tbe American Press Association
Address all Communications to The Stayton Mail
All Over The Valley
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meiser
went to Albany Saturday to visit
friends over Sunday.
. Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Laffoon
of Yamhill, are visiting: at A.
Miss Hislop and Mrs. E. Trask
were Lyons callers Saturday.
Alta Brown and Donald Broth-
erton spent Saturday in Albany,
going from there to Portland to
visit with R. Brown’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Richards, of Mill
City, spent Sunday at Willis
G. F. Johnston was a visitor
at Stayton Thursday.
Mrs. Nellie Fox and Miss Ella
Johnston spent Saturday in Al
Mrs. VVm. Jory has been quite
ill the past- week with tonsiiitis
at E. E. Trask’s.
Ben White, of Salem, motored
to Fox Valley Sunday.
W. R. Surry and wife left the
first of the week for an extend
ed visit with relative? in Idaho
Bert Morris and Geo. Peling
are busy cutting wood this week.
The Lyons Red Cross auxilli-
ary is is to meet in the M. E.
church during the winter. There
are bette * lights and the room is
more comfortable to work in on
cold days, so all the present
members must try to attend and
get as many to go with them as
is possible. There will be work
for all and the work is badly
Mrs. Jane Shelton, of Lyons,
has completed at this date the
largest number of pairs of socks
and Mrs. Geo. Johnston has knit
ted the most sweaters for the
soldiers of any of the ladies be
longing to the Lyons auxilliary.
George Peling is among those
who are helping the cause of the
He has donated
some wood, which will be very
much used and appreciated.
Mrs. Schnackenberg called at
the F. A. Mariels home Sunday.
Melvin Schnackenberg return
ed Jiome Monday evening from
near Prineville where he has
been the past six months.
Mrs. Jack Johnston called on
Mrs. Fenton at Mehama Tuesday.
Ben White and family and Wm.
Jory and wife of Saiem visited
Wm. Patterson Sunday evening.
Rev. Moore of the M. E. church
gave a very interesting sermon
on Sunday evening and Rev.
Gatke spoke in the morning.
W. R. Surry and wife spent
Tuesday o f last week in Salem.
Mr. Patterson spent Sunday
afternoon at the R. W. Patterson
home in Mill City.
The I. O. O. F. hall is now
lighted with a new light system,
and will be more suitable for
public gatherings than hereto
Will Surry v.*".s a business call
er in Stayton the first of the
G. F. Johnston and family call
ed on Mrs. Geo. Johnston Sunday.
Mrs. Woodworth left Friday
for an extended stay at the home
of her daughter near Aumsville.
Mrs. H. F. Bodeker was a call
er in Lyons Friday.
Mrs. Fred Hester of Gates has
been staying at the Perry Bress-
ler home the past week.
Glen AdaYns and family of Sa
lem were week end visitors at
Will Councilman and family are
moving to Mill City.
Mrs Geo. Brower and daughter
Helen, o f Butteville. were guests
of Leona Forrette the first of the
Mrs. W. McCormack and dau
ghters were Salem visitors Sat
Ralph Lamb and family moved
back to Portland.
Leonard Walker came home
from the hospital last week,
much improved in health.
T. Y. McClellen has rented the
Peter Blone and wife have re
turned from Wash.
Mrs. Coness called on Mrs.
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The Union Hill Parent-Teacher
association met Friday evening.
Nov. 2. A nice program v as
rendered and lunch served. The
coffee was furnished by Ditter,
Bell & Co.
pr o o f p o u ch
G H A V IL Y P L U G TOBACCO
MADS «T P IC T L Y FOR ITS C H E W IN « Q U A LITY
WOULD NOT K E E P F R E S H IN TH IS S E C T IO N .
NOW TH E PATEN T P O U C H K E E P S IT
F R E S H A N D C L E A N ANO « 0 0 0
A L IT T L E CH EW O F O RAVELY
AND LA S TS LO N G ER TH AN A
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O F O R D IN A R Y P L U O .
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tate and
family and Mrs. Nesbit from
Castle Rock and Bertha and
Ralph Mollett were entertained
at the W. D. Hurt home Sunday.
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INTO STfcP- BILL POSTERS)
BlfLBOARPS AWE BFING F
Geo. Scott ard family spent
Sunday with Herscliel Scott and
family near Silver ton.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carter
spent Sunday with W. H. Carter
Miss Shinn spent the week
There will be preaching at the
end in Salem visiting relatives
Pleasant church Sunday Nov.
both morning and evening,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mollet.
is invited to attend.
Ralph and Ethel motored to
Portland Friday, returning Wed
nesday after a visit with their
son Roy and wife, and H. A.
Thomas and family.
Mrs. Schnackenberg’s son,
Several young people from Un Melvin has returned home from
ion Hill attended the Red1 Cross eastern Oregon.
dance at Macleay Saturday eve.
Mr. Wycoff and family moved
Miss Emma Peters returned Monday to their home in Salem.
home Sunday from visiting John
Mrs. D. C. Able and Grandma
son’s. near Siiverton.
Shelton called on Mrs, Peling
The Walluga Club met with Tuesday,
Mrs. W. H. Rahens and daugh
Mr. Seight and Mr. Kinsy of
ter Dora Thursday.
Portland spent Wednesday night
noon was spent working for the
at the Able boarding house.
hostess. Lunch was served by
Mr. Harbin of Waterloo is
the Misses Dora Rahens and
a few days in Lyons in
search of Christmas trees to ship
A birthday surprise party was
to Los Angeles.
given for Hugh Hurt Thursday
Mrs. Ray Fox and Miss Ella
eve. Refresnments w’ere served
took a box of Red Cross'
at a late hour. A good time was
Albany Saturday anil
had by all.
brought back a new supply of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rahens
The Red Cross will
and little daughter returned to
meet every Thursday in the M
their home at Silver Creek Falls
E. church in the future instead
Fridry morning from W. H. Ra-
of in the hall, on account of the
bens, where they have been the
past few weeks.
Don Brotherton and Miss Alta
A flying machine was seen
Brown went to Portland Satur-
hovering over the vicinity of Sil
i day to visit the latters parents.
ver Creek Falls Saturday after
Miss Ruth Fuson spent Satur-
\ day in Salem.
A kewpie doll was found miss
Mrs. Albert Ring has returned
ing from the radiator of aStude-
from a three months visit with
baker four at the dance at Stay-
her mother in Minnesota.
ton Saturday eve. Please return
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnston.
Mrs. D. C. Able and Mrs. Edler
Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Mollett
visited friends in Mehama Sun
and family spent Sunday with
W. H. Rabens family.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Seibel re
B E S U R E to attend the
turned home from a trip east Thanksgiving program to be
given by the pupils o f the Stay-
Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Lincoln ton Public schools at the High
spent th$ week end in Siiverton School auditorium November 23,
admission 10 and 25 cents.
Joe Hendricks and family were
Salem visitors Friday.
Mrs. J. T. Hunt and daughter
Helen were Stayton callers Fri
Marion Hunt returned home
Saturday after a two weeks visit.
in Eastern Oregon.
In the Circuit Court o f the State
o f Oregon for Marion county. Depart
Jac. Spaniol and C E. Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Shank and
have been installing an electric son, Mrs. R. Shank and daugh ment No. 2. John L. Apple, Plaintiff,
vi. Daiav Apple, Defendant. To Daiav
light plant for W. H. Downing. ters Verna and Roxana and Apple, the above named Defendant: IN
C. P. Darst spent the week end Ernest Knapp motored to Salem THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON, vou are hereby required to
appear and aniwer the complaint filed
Geo. Schmitt has been laid up
Jake Spaniol and son called at againat you in the above entitled Court
with rheumatism the past week, the Fberhardt home Sunday.
and cauae on or before the 27th dav o f
but is improving.
The Misses Zona and Cora Ray December, 1917, and if you fail ao to
Supervisor Downing has a crew visited over Sunday with home anawer, for want thereof the plaintiff
will apply to the Court for-th e relief
of men repairing the road.
prayed for in hia complaint, to-wit: —
The Misses Marguerite and That the honda o f matrimony existing
Beatrice Ryan, Selma Schnff and between the plaintiff and defendant
Will Ryan motored to Salem Fri lie dissolved and that he have such
i other and further relief as to the Court
The regular meeting of the | day.
may seem just and equitable. This
Victor Point auxiliary of the Red j Misses Gladys Downing and summons is served upon you by publi
Cross, was held at the W. 0. W. Crystal Shank motored to Albany cation ¡Tithe Stayton Mail by order o f
Hon. Geo. G. Bingham, Judge o f the
hall on Friday afternoon.
Circuit Qourt o f the State o f Oregon
J. D. Darby and Ivan Darby 1 Messrs. Frank Senz and Tony for the Tnird Judicial District, dated
are visiting relatives in Eastern i Laux were week end visitors at the 10th dHy o f November, 1917, the
first publication to be on the lfith day
; o f November, 1917, and you are re
Mrs. J. King, Arnottand Ethel
Mrs. John Huber called at the quired to appear and anawer on nr
King spent Sunday at the M. M. Mrs, Roxie Shank home Thurs before the 27th day o f December, 1917.
S. H. HKLTZEL,
Gilmour home at Union Hill.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Misses Frances and Willemina
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brenner and 46t7
Doerfler spent the week end with daughter visited at the P. H.
Lambert home one day last week
The rpany friends and acquaint
Road work is progressing very
ances were sorry to hear of the nicely in thin district.
death of Mrs. Arthur Brown, of weather permits there will be a
Think of the price of grain
Eugene. The funeral services long piece of crushed rock road
and hay. Is it Insured
held at the Union Hill church built, which we are sure will be
against Fire? If not in
and interment made in Union Hill very much appreciated the com
sure for four or six months
cemetery on Monday.
THE COST IS SMALL
Mr. and Mrs. R jy Jones and
Miss Anna Miles called at Mrs.
children visited af the J. Morlcy Roxie Sharks Saturday after
Thrift Is Now
The American people mr\
They resen ' kn
charge that they are waste!'
Bank deposits all over the
country are increasing by leaps
A re you a depositor ?
If you are not, join the finan
cial preparedness army. Man
age to luy aside a certain
amount o f cash. W e ’ll be glad
to explain our banking system.
STA YTO N
S TA TE
A share of the banking: business
of S tay ton and vicin ity
Y o u are assured o f a safe deposi
tory and cou rteou s treatment at
this bank, b y am ple capital and
long: experience in the banking
Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton, Oregon
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■ Large line of Fall Goods
A FULL LINE OF
Men’s Slickers at the Old Price
RUBBER W E A R
Complete line for Mem Women and Children S -
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