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THE STAYTON MAIL
Ha* the Largest Circulation of A ny Paper In the Santiam V alley
STAYTON, MARION COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1918.
24th. Year, No. 6.
Serial N o. 1147
S. R. Baldwin
Council of National
Passes Away Defense Organized Soap is going Higher but
Laid to Rest
our large buying Power
Permits us to sell
Samuel R. Hal lwin died at his On Saturday January 26, at a
John Heuberger died at hi* Miss Lorene Parker Home home
Stayton Sunday Feb meeting called for that purpose
home in Sublimity at 1:20 p. m. demonstration agent for Marion ruary near
but nine a local branch of the Woman’s
Saturday January 20th, aged 80 county called a m eting in Salem days of l»eing 85 lacking
Committee of the Council of Na
last Saturday which was well at
year* and 9 month*.
Bars White Bear
tional Defense was organized
A man who has long been con tended by the ladies from all idith Square New York Febru and
nected with life, growth, devel over the county who are mem- ary 12, 1853. At the age of 21 elected; Chairman, Mrs. Clara
opment and activities of his home liers of the Council of Defense. he moved to Kansas and was a Pratt; Vice Chairman, Mrs. Ben
community. He will l>e missed The Council will have charge of member of the first Territorial Schaefer; Secretary, Miss Nora
the demonstration work in the
by a wide circle of friends.
Legislature of Kansas. When Crabtree and Treasurer, Mrs. Dr.
Mr. Heuberger was born in the various communities.
THC STONE THA T U N D E R S E L L « B E C A U S E IT S E L L S EON C A S H
the Civil war broke out he en-
Baden Germany, coming with his This Council is composed of enlisted
in the 13th Missouri of Salem, County Chairman for
parents to this county when ho
M., serving through Marion county addressed the
was 17 vears of ago and locating
the close of the meeting.
at Muscotine, Iowu.
in farming and Soon after war was declared
In 1869 he was married to Miss
Colorado, later with Germany, in Washington,
ey to pay its bills. Later devel
Lizzie Alters and to this union 9
opments seem to indicate that
children were born eight of whom
the condensery will pull through
survive him. they ure. Joe, Nick
its difficulties and resume opera
and Theodore Heuberger, Mrs. fecting plans of work.
tions. It is stated that the firm
Pauline Welter and Mrs. Hannah Mrs. C. W. Creech was Slay near Stayton and moved there. authority as an official agency
Weidner all of Sublimity, Sis ton's representative and she will He leaves to mourn him the for carrying on war work. - The To the Ladies of Stayton and has been supplying the govern
ment with its products, and that
ter Lorene, Sister Theresa and explain more fully the work in
children; Mrs. J. E. Council lias two general commit Received your most welcome its troubles are caused by the de
Sister Antoine all at the convent detail at the next meeting of the following
Downs, Coronado Beach, Cal.; tees. the Men’s Committee and package this morning and was lay in receiving its pay. It a
Mrs. J. B. Storm, Billings, Mon the Woman’s Committee.
sure pleased as I needed the hel hoped that the company will be
His first wife died some ¡15 There are four lines of work to tana;
J. A. Baldwin, Punta Uor- Two lines of work were as met and wristlets and socks real able to pay its bills, as there are
years ago. but shortly before com be taken up and a chairman for ,da, Fla.;
D. C. Chapman. signed the local branch, the Y. bad. Had a sweater from the j many farmers interested who
ing to Oregon 30 > ears ago he wiu each line will he appointed. Portland Mrs.
C. H. Baldwin;. W. C. A. drive for raising funds Red Cross for Christmas, so if can ill afford to lose what iâ due
married to Mrs. Lizzie Ritzinger Three local chairmen have been Slayton.
which to build Hostess one of the boys in our company ! them.
in Iowa, she and her three chil appointed as follows: Mrs. C. W. In early manhood he united with
in connection with mili is without any will give him one.
dren survive him, her children Creech, Conservation Project; w ith the Baptist church of w hich tary cantonements
and th" regis It makes me feel good to know
are Nick Kitizinger, Ashland; Mrs. Clara Pratt, Organization he has been a life long member, tration of the women
of this that the people at home still
Mary Ritzinger, Sublimity; anu und Publicity; Mr. B. F. Ford, he was loved most by those who community.
think of us boys in the army.
Community Enterprises. The
Sister Vincent of Portland.
Have to make a 45 mile trip Harrv Humphreys the popular
Rev. Fr. laiirick conducted the
is, each way) tomorrow in insurance man about town has
the funeral services from the
truck with zero weather purchased the i cal show house
Cathode church in Sublimity at
will have a chance to from Geo. Warford and has al
10 a. m.. Monday January 28th.
new suit a trial.
Interment was in the Sublimity
ascuntù active manage
.sow on the banks ready
a flying trip to
2:30 Monday afternoon conducted ced next week.
of the Potomac river, 25 miles Portland He to made
uy C. E. Daugherty. The G. A. The local committee wishes to below the city of Washington. shows and will give shows,
R. attended In a body. Inter thank most heartily all who have Am down to real soldier life nesdays, Saturdays, and Sunday*
Pastor W. J. Warren
helped in the Y. W. C. A. drive now, as we have been iivirig in and he guarantees the people
complimentary remarks made in ment was in Lone Oak cemetery*. as
well as all who have contribu tents the past month.
newspapers lately regard
the highest class productions he
CARD OF THANKS
to the fund.
Am feeling fine, never even1 can
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:50 some
ing Pres. Kerr, of the Oregon
afford from the patronage
p. m. Sunduy School 10 a. m. Agricultural College, from the For the many kind deeds and Mrs. C. W. Creech haR been have had as much as a cold since received
so he in this way puts
Epworth league 6;30 p. m.. fact that he secured a raise in sympathy shown we wish to ex appointed to represent Stayton I have been in the army.
the public themselves.
Prayer meeting every Wednes salary. The students at the O. press our thanks to all who so and vicinity in the Home Demon We are hooked to start for He is a progressive
France soon, as the first battal and deserving of the yonng
day evening at 7:30.
ion has gone and we are in the of all lovers of good clean pic
Meeting of the Sunday school ing various parts of this and our fathers illness and death.
board the second Monday of
secord. If we get the keiser tures. The Mail bespeaks for hin
states, passed resolutions
Mrs. J. A .t Baldwin,
send you a souvenir, maybe success in this latest enterprise.
every month at 7:50 p. m. Of other
condemning the newspapers for
Epworth League will serve will
ficial board meeting the same l their "unfounded and uncalled
a chicken supper in the Gar
Many, many thanks to all.
evening at 8 o’clock.
DELICIOUS eOBN MUFFINS.
for criticisms made wholly with
Mrs. D. C. «Chapman.
dner Building, commencing
out just cause or good reason.”
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Baldwin. at 5:30 p. m. Prices: Child-
Gus C. Eksman.
They state "as a further testi
fen under 10, 25c Adults 35c
Co. No. 4.
mony o f our appreciation be it
resolved that each and every one
;of us sincerely thank Doctor
On March thofirrt the Chevro Kerr, the deans, and the many
let Car will rnise $50.00. Up to instructors for their courtesy and I,ast Tuesday evening Miss
that date orders will be received efforts put forth in our behalf in Wilma Ware and Miss Margeret
and tilled at the present price. imparting to us knowledge which Schaefer entertained the Loyal The following jurors have been Considerable excitement has
If you contemplate buying a car will be of inestimable value to Boys and Loyal Girls Sunday- chosen from this part of Marion prevailed in the section adjacent
this spring or the coming sum us in carrying on our various School classes of the Christian county:
to Scio the past week, when sev-. Hcre's an old fashioned recipe fot
inufllns that has recently been
mer it would be well to see the pursuits in life.”
dollars worth of com
church of which they are teach tired: Fred Rock, merchant; checks hundred
revived and used with unusual success
Chevrolet agent and have him
of the Inrger New York ho
Oladek, garage; J. H. Mis- at that p!a e were turned down In tels several
demonstrate a car for you.
: To make three and n l'.nlf dozen
Tuesday the executive board of There were 22 present and the Chas.
ler; blacksmith; Eugene Titus, by various banks. Representa muffins take one quart milk, six ounces
The Chevrolet dealer in Stay- Staytdn Auxiliary A. R. C. met
from 7 to9:30was pleas capitalist:
substitute, twelve ounces of
Lee Tate, farmer.
ton also handles the Buick "four” at the Red Cross rooms. General evening
tives of banks at Albany and Jef hntter
or honey, four eggs, pinch
and "six.” and sells the Dodge business was transacted and J. huving a general good time. East Stayton John S. Taylor, ferson we:it to Scio to investi of salt, two ounces baking powder,
W. J. Hewitt, miller; N. gate. They fiund the manager one and n half pounds comment and
car in Linn county.
H. Thoma, J. W. Mayo and Geo. The jolly party was held at the J. farmer:
and a half pounds rye flour. The
Frank Crem- in Portland, and the man in one
E. C. TITUS. Agent
Keech were appointed to act as genial home of Mrs. Warren or. farmer; farmer;
and syrup should be thoroughly
add the eggs gradually.
Rtayton, Oregon a civilian relief committee.
Richardson. The youngsters de keeper; W. H. Hobson, retired. turn of the ehecks } nd insisted Pour In then
the tnllk and add the rye flour
parted at the close of an enjoy West Stayton—E. E. McKin that the firm had plenty of mon- mixed with comment and baking pow
able evening voting their teach ney, farmer; George Spicer, far
ers and hostess splendid enter mer.
Sublimity - Nicholas Gilmore.
Farmer; Nick Zimmerman, farm
Dr. and Mrs. Beauchamp en er; Geo. Bel', merchant; G. D.
tertained Tuesday evening J. M. Scott, farmer; David Potto. (T.
Ringo and wife, J. YV. Mayo and farmer, W. A. Heater, farmer;
W : can s j p‘y your demand on substitutes for
wife. Dr. Korinek and wife, G. F. M. Fresh, farmer.
W hite . our Such as
R, Munkers and wife, Stanley
A. Starr and wife, and Mrs. J. A letter from Mr ;. \V. M. Ham
Co n rnoal yel jw or whita
F, I .au. A very enjoyable even ilton, county chairman of tlu
Buckwh >¿1 F cur
ing is reported.
Woman’s committee CoupeiI of
National Defense states that the
returns are not all in for this
A pr ees w hich are a', soiut :!y right «.r.d also strictly
in the Y. W. C. A. drive
B ig T y p e
fresh stock. Bc'ore you buy elsewhere
but so far Stayton is ahead of
-d ro p in a n i s:e us
all other localities in the county
of Salem- Stayton con
i ioka Farm Buróes ! outside
30 ham good iai ndry soap for $1.00
tributed 585.00. She also speaks
in very complimentary terms of
M j B a t UNO SELLS US
D oerfler B ro s.
A. N. Doerfl r, Mgr.
with which our ladies took hold
V /. K LE C K E R
carried on the work.
Knit suits were sent this week
ESTABLISHED 14 YEARS
John A. Rieger, John Rieger
and Andrew Lnmbrecht.
Letter from Gus
CHICKEN AND NOODLES
Raise in Price
M arch the 1st.
TUESDAY FEBURARY 12TH
Classes Entertained List of jurors Scio Condensery
a in Mix-up
u c n e ry Charger
Acetylene Welding Outfit
Have your Batteries Re-charged and
all kinds of Welding done at
ftias. Ciadek’s Garage
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