The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, March 14, 1918, Image 2

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    T HK S T A Y T 0 N M A I L
ing, as preparations are alrea('y|
started for it. There will he a,
small admission fee of fifteen
ALEXANDER X DAUGHERTY, Owtiers uad Publishers
j cents charged
which wilj he
C. E. DAUGHERTY, E d ito r and M anager
turned over to the gym fund.
" i The
m e Teachers’
t paction» Training
i r a i n i n t class
Entered as second cla>s matter at the poEtolfico at Stayton, Marion j,as nearly finished work in oh-
County, Oregon, under the Act of Congress of March A , 1879.
i Servation and practice
practice ten
teaching.
Arrangements arc being made
Subscr.ption
,
of
R ca 2 C1RAVELY C h c w l r / j P l u g
Real C rn v e ly C hew ing P l u y - t h i w 'i to a
fifth , soldier’s tobacco, iL ut ho cun u.u* anyw here,
anytim e. J u s t t\ «m all chew of Kao I G ravely
is e n o u g h — a il g o o d lo h a c e c , i .1», w p u v leaf
m ad « th e C r a v e ! / w a y , r o t lone!« ...
h
heav y rw oetonin / L'co or cl it ir y i h
$ 00
C iv« any «nun a «’ aw o l R oal C.RIVt’ l I'.'J k # " J k«
try schools before the end of thej
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—— term. The class expects to visit
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; one of the model country schools
Advertising Rates Made Known Upon Application
■ under
the supervision of the
State Normal School.
Foreign Avvertisi;:; Pedestaled by Toe Amerku Press Association
Cora Lee ari l Uriah Siihavy
are absent from Mrs. Lau’s room
Address all Communications to The Stayton Mail
on account of illness.
|
Selma SchitfF taught the sev |
enth
and eighth grade Spelling
MAKE YOUR OWN
i F a i r
and English last week.
Lime and Sulphur spray. V\ej
H f Tn/4»tcf iGoc
M« •/ the timm «A m « i
S I «*« thankful
Willis Scofield has left school.
f« M« f t n - d -J.«
have the dry lime and sulphur)
U I ln U U S ulC S
tkmt mrnmh •/ K m I CtmJjh
powder for preparing the spray, ;
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Greta Ruble has been absent
simply put it in water.
We also Every city and everv state is 1 from school for the past two
T his .«ummon» ia se rv e d by p u b lic a ­
have arsenate of lead.
Sloper’s interested in the successful devel- weeks on account of illness.
tion um Jer (lie te n u s o f un u rd a r o f th e
Drugstore.
op meet of industries within its; Those having a perfect lesson lio n , G eo rg e (à. Hit-.ghinii, J u d g c o f th e
Those donating to the Silver T borders and yet how many cities in spelling in Miss Schifierer'a C ircu it C o u rt of th e M u te o f O reg o n
are requested to bring their do- ,and states persue a policy of en- room last week are: Fifth Grade: fo r Ms n o n C ounty, on th e 'Aid dny o f
nations to the Elder
building couragement toward such indust- Edna bery and Bernice Hensley, F eb. ISIS, th e d a te o f th e lira i p u b lic a ­
either Friday afternoon, early ries?
Sixth Grade: Norma Stamp, Hen- tion is F eb . 28th, I9 l8 and th e d a te of
th e lu it p u b licatio n is A p ril l l t h , 1918.
Saturday afternoon or notify the
Rather the reverse is the case ry Allis. Genevieve Spaniel, Al-1
WILLIAM IL T R IN D L E .
solicitor.
for generally an industry must ma Fulton, George Hewitt and
9t7
A tto rn e y fo r P laintif?
succeed in spite of many obsti-, Harold Richardson,
INVISIBLE LIGHT.
cles which arc placed in its way
A large number of children EXGCbtOrs Sale of Real PfOpcity,
in
the
shape
of
high
taxes,
freak
are absent from Mrs. Pratt’s
Notice Cf Sale
Only W hen It S trik e s th e R atin a o f th a
laws and radical regulations.
Eya C an It Ba Sean.
room on account of the chicken i
— —
W h at la the sim p le st d e m o n stra tio n
Politicians hammer industries pox.
In th e C o u n ty C o u rt o f th e S ta te o f
of th e fa c t that lig h t la inv isib le?
O regon fo r M arion C ounty in p ro b a te
T h e b lack n e ss o f a m id n ig h t sky to secure votes from a thought­
d e m o n strate« th is fa c t m o st read ily . less or uninformed public and y e t,
In th e m a tte r o f th e e « ta te o f D avid
We m ay see th e p la n e ts b rillia n tly illu ­ lit is these industries which make
F. In g e rso ll, d eceased .
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m in ated by th e sun s ra y s, b u t th e s u r ­
N
otice
ia
h
ereb
y
g
iv
en
th
a
t
in
p u r-
Jake
Etzel
lost
one
of
his
hors­
ro u n d in g ap ace Is d a rk , a lth o u g h we it possible for any community to,
auance to an o rd e r o f th e above e n title d
es
last
week
by
its
getting
its
How much
know th a t lig h t m u st be p is s in g th ere. .exist and prosper.
co u rt in th e above e a ta te , duly m ade
•T h e p a ssa g e of a beam o f lig h t ! wages O r t a x e s do the profess­ leg broke while running in the
and e n te re d of record on F e b ru a ry l lth
th ro u g h a d a rk e n e d room is only r i s i­
pasture.
1918, and in p u rau an ce o f th e d irectio n *
ble on th e d u st in th e air, a n d th e cone ional politicians pay and how
Mr. and Mrs. J . A . Burns spent «nd requirement» of the last W ill arid
o f lig h t seen w hen th e su n sh in es j many people do they employ?
th ro u g h a sm a ll hole in a s h u tte r is
As a typical illustration take the week end visiting friends in i Teatament uf D avid F. Ingeraoll, de­
n o t visible. b u t only light reflected
ceased, we the underaigned executor*
from th e m otes in th e beam . T h is the Western Chemical Manufact­ Silverton.
| of «aid eatate, will on am i hfter M arch
can be easily an d sim ply d e m o n stra te d uring Co., at Denver, located
Mrs. Chas. Mull, of Lents. Or. 15th, 1918, proceed to aell at private
by p lacin g in th e beam a g la ss vessel within the city limits.
Last year is visiting her sister, Mrs. J . T . ! **•* »abject to c o n firm a tio n by the
from w hich th e d u s t h as been c a re fu l­
¡c o u rt th e follow ing deacrilied re a l p ro ­
ly rem oved. T h e beam th en m ay be it paid some $8000 taxes while
p e rty in M arion C ounty, O reg o n , to -w it:
•een before a n d b eh in d th e vessel, b u t this year it pays $19,900 without
Mrs.
Norris
Hunt
and
children
T ra c t No. 1.
la Invisible w ith in . A B u n sen b u rn e r proportionate increase in value
visited relatives in Salem last L ot No. F o u r (1) in Block N o. th r e e
o r a re d h o t p o k e r held so a s to d e stro y
(3) in B roadw ay A ddition to th e C ity of
tb e m otes w ill also re n d e r th e beam of assets. It is not granted fire week.
and police protection as any oth-
Salem , M arion
C o u n ty , O reg o n , aa
invisible a t th a t spot.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Staiger vis­ show n by th e recorded p la t th e re o f.
L ig h t ia only v isib le w hen it s trik e s e r c j f y property although it must
ited Salem Friday.
on th e re tin a o f th e eye. an d It can
T r a c t No. 2.
Take another
only d o so w h en it re a c h e s it In a d i­ pay for them.
B eg in n in g a t a p o in t in th e m iddle o f
Joe
Zuber
is
on
the
sick
list
rect line o r ia tu rn e d by a reflection or plant just outside the city limits
th e C o u n ty Road lead in g fro m S alem
•
re fra c tio n in to a d ire c t line. J u s t as and it3 taxes are comparatively this week.
to O reg o n C ity and 10 84 chaina N o rth
th e buUeta from a gun do a m an no
The Parent-Teacher meeting and .93 ch ain a C a st o f th e S o u th e a s t
b arm u n less aim ed o r tu rn e d In th e ir low though its conveniences are
course to w a rd b u body, ao I’g b t ia great as those for which the city was W®U attended Friday even- c o rn e r o f th e A lfred S ta n to n D onation
w ith o u t effo -t unless It la a im ed or plant pays but does not g e t
! >nK- A committee was appoint- Lam l C laim in T . 7. S. R. 2. W o f th e
tu rn ed to w a rd th e re tin a .— 1‘e a ra o n ’a
Such a poliev on the part of ed to make arrangements for a W illa m e tte M eridian in M arion C ounty,
W eekly.
S ta te o f O re g o n ; T h en ce S o u th 70 d e ­
any city will simply force new basket social to be held in the g r e e ! F a s t 7.40 chaina; th en ce N o rth
manufacturing plants to locpte near future, the proceeds to go 4.99 c h a in a ; th en ce N o rth 70 d e g re e a
TICKET SPEC U LA TO RS.
outside its borders while old to help buy a piano for the school W e st 4.72 chain» to th e m iddle o f
T h eir T ra d e W as Really S ta rte d by
said C o u n ty R oad; T h en ce S o u th 30 d e ­
plants will be compelled to seek house,
D um as and H is B arber.
g re e a am i 30 m in u te s W ent alo n g th e
T h e p ra tl- e o f .«peculating lb (h e a te r new locations.
m iddle lin e o f said road to th e place o f
Subscribe for the Mail.
tick ets, s tra n g e a s It m ay a p p e a r, w as
Why cannot politicians see
b e g in n in g an d co n ta in in g 3 a c re s o f
sta rte d by th e e ld e r D um as. H e p a t­
of Ohio. City of Tolodo,
land, m o re o r less.
ronised a P a ris b a rb e r n a m e r P o n -h er. that a policy of encouragement
Lucas County. as.
Said re a l p ro p e rty to be sold fo r
F
ran
k
J.
Chenay
m
akes
oath
th
a
t
ha
toward
industries
builds
up
a
and one d ay th is w o rth y w h ile sh a v in g
la senior p artn er of tha Ursa of F. J.
th e n o v elist a sk ed him w h y be did not community and makes business Cheney 4k Co., doing business In the City caah In h a n d , o r p a r t cash w ith b a n k ­
a b le s e c u rity fo r u n p aid b a la n c e s, and
«ell tb e tic k e ts given him by th e m an
Toledo. County and S tate aforoeald.
for its people while a policy of of
and th a t said firm will pay the sum of said t r a c t N o. O ne (1) to be wild su b ­
agera o f th e tlie a ’e rs w h ere bis play s
ONE H UN DRED DOLLARS for each
discouragement can only kill and evary case of C atarrh t'.a t annoi ba je c t to th e lien th e re o n , o f th e C ity of
w ere produi «1
cured by the use of H A LL'S CATARRH
"T o w hom could I aell th e m ? " asked buriness in the long run?
S alem fo r im p ro v em en t o f N o rth F if th
M EDICINE.
FR A N K J. CHE.NET.
th e a u th o r o f th e 'T h r e e M u sk eteer* .''
Sworn to before m e and subscribed In
S tre e t.
Fair
treatment
of
industries
my presence, this dth day of Decomber.
“W h y , to me. if y o u like." rep lied Por-
All b id s fo r said p re m ise s sh all be
A.
D.
UM.
A.
W
.
OLEASON.
cher. "A n d w h a t w ould you d o w ith should be the slogan of every
(Seal)
N otary Public.
s u b m itte d a t Room 413 M asonic T em p le
H
all's
C
atarrh
Medicine
la
taken
In­
th e m ? ” a sk e d Duma*.
'T h a t 's my progessive American city.
B u ild in g , S alem , O regon to th e u n d e r­
ternally and acts through the Blood on
vvid tall y e t th a t's t’ 10 k ir d
T u rn e r H ad H it W ay.
T he la te J. M W. T u rn e r, one o f
E n g la n d 's hi m ! fam o u s a rtist* , serv ed
fo r som e tim e ou th e h an g in g < oium lt-
te c o f th e R oyal academ y, a n d one day
w hen bo stro d e in to th e p ic tu re room s
he wa* stru c k by a p ic tu re se n t In by
an u n k n o w n provincial a r tis t o f the
n a m e o f P.lnl. T u rn e r took it In to hi*
hand* a n d ex a m in e d It th is w ay and
th a t "A fine w ork!’’ he cgcinim ed. “ It
m u st l>e h u n g up an d ex h ib ited ."
“ Im p o ssib le,” resp o n d ed th e o th er
m cintieni o f th e com m ittee. ‘T h e w alls
a re full, a n d tb e a rra n g e m e n ts c a n n o t
be di*turl»ed.”
"A Sne w o rk ,” re p e a te d T u rn e r. “ It
m u st be h u n g u p a n d ex h ib ite d ." And.
finding hi* colleague* to be a* o b sti­
n a te a* him self, he h itch ed d o w n one
of hi« ow n p ictu re* an d h u n g u p B ird 's
in It« place.
ro a itiv a iy B rutal.
(«race—J u s t see how m uch y o u r lit­
tle wifie loves you. She m ad e th is
cak e fo r you all by herself. A rth u r—
Ye*, m y d a rlin g . A nd now If you will
eat It all by y o u rse lf I shall possess
u,LÌ*; :ta b le p rtstf of y o u r d ev o tio n .—
.'iffsb u rg h Pres*.
Don t fo rg e t Mott tb d m a n w ho can.
bid i.< e*«'l m o st g l' e pia e to th e m an
v io
'>ttf tides.—('o m te ih u ro .
Notes
Flans are under way by which'
some of the Commercial Students
can get positions in Portland
this summer.
The total receipts for the play
last Friday night amounted to
$63.05
The school has now paid all
their outstanding debts against
the gymnasium with the excep­
tion of the notes. They have
By the
$ 1 2 9 t o apply Oil these.
last of school the boys will have
cut enough wood to make a pay­
ment of at least $160.
There is to be a basket social
held in the high school auditor­
ium April 5. The funds raised
in this way will be used to pur­
chase baseball outfits and also to
apply on the gym fund.
Arrangements have been de­
finitely made for 1 aseball games
on the following dates:
Hubbard: At Hubbard May 1.
At Stayton April 5.
Woodburn: At W<x>dburn Ma’- 10
At Stayton April 19
Anr*'. / t /«mity Alay 24
At Stayton May 3.
’I h e classes in Oratory and
Music in the high school will
giv- a recitxl May 10. This will
consist of a farce, musical selec­
tions, readings and ihe like. It
is romi d to be very int‘*rcsd-
tha Mucous Surfaces of tha System. Bend
for taatlmonlalc. free
F. J. C H E N ET 4k CO.. Toledo. O.
Bold by all druggists. 73c.
B a ll's Fam ily Pilla tor constipation.
aigned.
D ated a t S alem . O regon, F e b ru a ry
l l t h 1918. F ir s t publication F e b ru a ry
14th 1918. L a st p u b licatio n M arch 14th
1918.
M aude W atk in a,
SUMMONS
N e ttie Idgersoll,
C arey F , M artin .
In th e C iic u it C o u rt o f th e S ta te o f
E x e c u to rs o f e s t a te o f D avid F . In-
O regon fo r M arion C o u n ty , D epart-1
m e n t No. 2.
! g erso ll, deceased,
B eulah R. RatlifT, P lain tiff, vs L evi | -------- 1-------
—
D. R a tliff and N ellie P e a rl R atliff, D e­
fe n d a n ts .
To L ev i D. R atliff an d N ellie P e a rl
R atliff, d e fe n d a n ts ab o v e nam ed;
In th e n a m e o f th e S ta te o f O reg o n M eny S tay to n P eople in P oor H ealth
you and e a c h o f you a re h ereb y req u ired
W ith o u t K now ing th e C ause,
to a p p e a r and a n sw e r th e co m p lain t
T h e re a re scores o f people w ho d ra g
filed a g a in s t you in th e aiiove e n title d out a m iserab le e x is te n c e w ith o u t real-
cau se in th e w ithin e n title d C o u rt by th e ixing th e cau se o f th e ir su fferin g . Day
p lain tiff, w ith in six w eek s from th e a f te r d ay th e y a re rack ed w ith head-
d a te o f th e first puhl c a tio n o f th is sum * rh e, and b ack ach e; su ffe r from ner-
m ons Hnd if you fail to a p p e a r am] an- vousness, dizziness, w eakness, la n g u o r
sw e r said co m p lain t w ith in said tim e, and d ep resaio n . P e r h tp s th e kidneys
th e p la in tiff fo r w a n t o f a n sw e r wiil hav e fallen behind in th e ir w ork o f
ap p ly to th e C o u rt fo r th e re lie f p ra y e d filte rin g th e blood t h a t m ay be th e
fo r in h e r co m p lain t, to -w it;
ro o t o f th e tro u b le. Look to y o u r k id ­
F o r a d e c re e d isso lv in g th e bonds o f ney* -a ssist them in th e ir w o rk —g iv e
m a trim a n v e x is tin g b e tw e e n p lain tiff th e m th e help they need. You can use
and d e fe n d a n t L evi D. R atliff on th e no m ore highly recom m ended rem ed y
groutwi* o f d e se rtio n and g ra n tin g p la in ­ th an D o a n ’s K idney Pill*.
Below is g rattffu l te s tim o n y from a
tiff alim ony in th e sum o f $ 1000.4»0; fo r
a f u r th e r d ec re e s e ttin g aside a c e r s u ffe re r in th is loc ility.
M rs. M. M. M oench. 330 S M ain S t.,
ta in deed from d e fe n d a n t Levi D. R a t­
liff and p la in tiff h e re in to d e fe n d a n t A lbany, O re ., s a y s ;“ ! ain only too gin I
N ellie P e a rl R atliff, b e a rin g d a te J a n . to tell a n y w ho a re i-i need o f a good,
6 ,h , 1913. reco rd ed O c t. 24th, 1916 in re liab le m edicine fo r back ach e and
Hook 142 p a g e 19 R ecord o f D eeds of kidney d iso rd e rs a b o u t D o an ’s K idney
M arion C o u n ty O regon and m ak in g th e Pills. W h en ev er I have ta k e n them
said alim o n y , in th e sum o f IHKHMSIa fo r th a t tro u b le , I have used D o an 's
c h arg » a g a in s t th e re a l p ro p e rty d e ­ K idney P ills w h en ev er n ecessary for
scrib ed in said deed, also g ra n tin g to th e p a s t te n y e a rs and I have found
p la in tiff all rig h t and ti tl e of d e fe n d a n t th em to do all th a t is claim ed fo r
Levi D. R a tliff in and to I,o t 63 G ra- th em . ”
b e n h o rst F ru it F a rm M arion C ounty,
P rice 60c, a t all d e a le rs.
D on’t sim -
O r-g o n ’is show n h " *?••• -»"ordi'd ->l«t. nlv asU fo r a kidney re m e d y —g e t
evil or w hich will m ore tu b y a p p e a r from D oan’s K am ey P i l l s - t h e n m t tl> t
td a in tiff. co m p lain t lo w hicn re fe re n c e Mrs. M oench use*.
F o ste r M ilhtun
is hercbf- m ade.
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WHAT’S THE REASOM
send
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Iona wki!n.
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a d d a lilll j to y> r ti: o k t u L u c t o . It a u l ¿ i .u U r , r
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d a a l r r „ III u tp « lr « n v .lu « « t u j viva y o u e llU ta l i l u o l k o , I m > w la
adU raaa It.
P . B . 4 .R A V H Y
TOBACCO C O ., ( l u n v t l l r , V n .
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Be Ready For
An Opportunity
O n« o fte n A«ara, “ I f I un ly
h a d a /iff/« m o n e y I c o u ld m u /ts
a fo r tu n e . "
Rock Point
School
1 »
O rdinary p lu r ia f
r om ttny. It coat i I
|. - r a » « l|
to chow K t.il G raved/, b acauaa a •m ull ch •>/ of i. ■>.» u
Treatment
b u sin ess." replied tb e tiarb er. c o n tin u ­
in g to la th e r th e bronzed face o f Ihe
fam o u s sto ry teller.
“ B u t I g ive you tic k e ts w h e n e v e r yon
ask fo r th e m ." said D um as. "A b. one
o r tw o a re n o t sufficient ,f o r my p u r­
pose.” resp o n d ed P orcher.
“ 1 m ust
have all y o u r tic k e ts a n d e v ery d ay
too." “ A nd you w ill pay fo r th e m ? ”
said th e d ra m a tist. "C a sh .” w as th e
atm p!e y e t p ra c tic a l reply.
D urnaa a t th a t m om ent w a* very
badly In need o f m oney, so he a t once
concluded th e bargnln. P o re h e r. w ho
ahortly a f te r th is gave up sh a v in g and
c u ttin g hair, m ade s im ila r b arg ain *
w ith <cher a u th o rs an d q u ic k ly be­
cam e rich.
f e n d H im a [H n ich
W h y n o t be r e a d y w h e n o p ­
p o r tu n ity k n o c k s a t y o u r do o r f
P la n to p la c e in th e b a n k a
c e rta in p e r c e n ta g e o f y o u r e a l­
a ry or buein eet p r o fits.
T h e n w h e n th e m a in c h a n c e
com es a lo n g y o u ’ll he re a d y
fo r it.
B a n k in g in e v e ry fo rm .
STAYTON
STATE
BANK
A share of the banking business
of Stayton and vicinity
is solicited.
You are assured of a safe deposi­
tory and courteous treatment at
this bank, by ample capital and
long experience in the banking
business.
Farm ers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton, Oregon
Capital $25,000.00
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A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE
W e carry a large line of
dry goods, shoes, notions,
gents’ furnishings, hats,
caps and rubber goods, etc.
OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT
has a large line of fancy and
staple groceries, canned goods,
smoked meats. In fact ev­
erything you will find in a
first-class Merchandise store
is to be found here at prices
that are right.
GEHLEN’S STORE
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