The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, April 25, 1918, Image 2

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    THE STAYTON MAIL W.
C. E. D AU G H ERTY, E d ito r a n d M an ager
Entered as second class m atter at the postoffice at Stay ton, Marion
County, Oregon, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
Subscription Price $1*00 Per Year in Advance
A d v e r t is in g
Fo rd p
Advertising
Rates Made Known Upon Application
Represented
by
The
American
Press
Association
Address all Communications to The Stayton Mail
Be Ready For
An Opportunity
One o ften hears, " I f / only
h a d a little m oney / c o a id m ake
a fortu n e. ' '
W hy n o t be r e a d y w hen o p ­
p o r tu n ity knocks a t y o u r d o o r ?
P lc n to p la c e in the ban k a
c e rta in p e rce n ta g e o f y o u r s a l­
a r y or business p ro fits.
Then when th e m ain chance
com es alon g y o u 'll be re a d y
fo r it.
B an kin g in ev ery form .
STAYTON STATE BANK
Mrs. Roxie Trask and sister
Mrs Martin of Portland left Mor-
day morning for Hall's camp
where they will visit their broth-
ers, Vaiois and Lewis.
Miss Prunner of Gate-; spent
the week end with friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brenner and
daughter, Linn Lambert and wife
Grace Shank and Will Ryan were
entertained at the P. H. Lambert
home Sunday.
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There Is No
M o n o p o ly
in the packing industry.
Sw ift & C om pany, a l­
though the largest packer,
handles not to exceed
one-eighth of th e to ta l
m eat production of the
U nited States.
T he five large packers
do not handle to exceed
one-third of the to tal m eat
production of the U nited
States.
Swift & Company is not in
combination with any other
packer or packers to control prices.
There is very active compe­
tition in the buying of live-stock
and equally keen competition in
the sale of dressed meats and
by-products.
1918 year book of interesting and
instructive facts sent on request
Addreas Swift & Company,
Union Stock Yards, Ch-jago, Illinois
Swift & Company
U . S. A-
Al. Jones
CANDIDATE FOR
State Senator
FOR MARION CO UNTY.
Two years ago I asked your
suffrage for representative and
was pleased to receive the large
vote you gave me at the polls.
I have served the last t'w o ses­
sions as a member of the lower
and am now asking for a seat in
the senate, or upper house.
I was born and reared and am
now living on a farm on Mission
Bottom in the north end of Mar­
ion county,of Marion county par­
entage.
1 am well acquainted
w ith every phase of Marion coun­
ty ’s interests, as well as the bal­
ance of the state of Oregon, and
feel fully qualified to cust an in­
telligent vote on any and all
measures that effect Marion coun­
ty or the state at large.
If after careful examination of
my business and legislative rec­
ord you feel justified in support­
ing me again. I assure you my
sole ambition will he to serve you
.well, always mindful of the in­
terests of the tax payer and the
community at large.
I Paid Adv.
W. Al Jones.
On Sunday Rev.
M.
B.
Parounagian will be present in
the Sunday School in the M. E.
Church and will preach at 11 A.
M. In the evening at S P. M.
he will deliver his famous lecture
entited “ The war conditions in
Arm enia" Admission free.
Those having hogs ready to
ship call L. A. Thomas at once.
The annual election of the
Stayton Co-operative Switch­
board Association will l>e held
Tuesday Mav 9th at 2 p. m. to
elect (6) directors for the term
of (i) year.
Nominees for said election,are:
F. A. Zimmerman, Blue Line: W.
II. Carter, Sublimity Telephone
Co.. 1. J. Bodigheimer. Lone Oak
\ . P. Kirseh. Fern Ridge; Geo.
Sandner, Jordan Line; Win. Man-
nis, Seio Line; C. K. Taylor,
Stayton Mutual: F. A. Bell, Sub­
limity White Line.
F. A. Bell. Secretary.
THE
DRUG STORE
AT
AUMSVILLE OREGON
SELLS
Formaldehyde and
Blue Stone
School Books,
Flash Lights, Drugs
and Prescriptions
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porch ot
Real GRAVELY Cl ewlftfl PJYifl
U ndo San's ^ a don't u*k for m udi in I So wn?
of comfort* but fcnoil to la c c o they mutt hs>’
A few conta tpr.'* for Real Gravely y*’!l ’ uy
m o re to!>acco s. ti..ta c tio n than n iary tituo: t.io
monyy in ordinary ■
G iv e a n y in tu ì a c ’. u - a r i
y o u th a t' a Ilia k i n j 1 > •<■>» 1
, s a l C .is v .1,' B l u r , a n d h a w
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'* . u l *ho b o ti I
O rdinary plus is L •> v o n o n . y .
It cost
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l o c h e w K 04.1 G ra v e ly , bo«., i»a u sr.-all c aw a t U l — •
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w hns.
If y o u sniolr# a p ip - , y lh e G ra v e ly w ith y o u r half* a m i a d .
a I'ltle lo y o u r sm c .ii.ig to b a c c o . It v i t i g ivo ( t a r a r —ùupruvw
y o u r sitioUa.
send yov *
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n
v. s. smia: a rotai oi aura*
n - l i r r i |! I s r U’td h e r* e a rry it in 10c. p o u ih c s . A 3c.
s * » m w ill p o t it In to *«i» l a u d i in a n y T raining C a m p w S ' »■
p o rt c f l b s U . S. A . E v e n “ o v e r tb o ro ’ a 3c. »lau.ii w>’l »•’«•
it to him . Y o u r d e a la r w ill su p p ly e n v e lo p * a n d C**® f oli
official ¿ a u c ti o n s h o w to a d d re s s it.
r . C . C R A V C L Y TOBACCO CG„ Danville. Va.
JWc P u te n t P o a c h A rs p s it Fraih anil C lea n unti G o o d
—I t is n o t
Rent Gravely without thit Protoctivn ¡tout
C a t \ t. I ‘. s h o d 1 R 3 I
T. W. JOHNSON, Prop,
SUMMONS.
In th e C ircuit C o u rt o f th e S t a t e of
O reg o n for th e C ounty of Marion.
De; a r t m e n t No. 2
G ra n t M urphy an A d m in i s t r a to r of
the K atate of S. H. Huraon deceased,
plaintiff va. O. L. Mur,on and F an n ie
Burson, hia wife. D e f e n d a n t,.
To F an n ie Huraon, one o f the d e f e n d ­
a n t , ab ove n a m e d .
In th e nam e o f the S t a t e o f O regon,
You a re h ereby required to ap |a -a r and
an»w er th e com p lain t filed agnirqit you
in th e above e n title d C o u rt and auit
w ilhin ,i x w e e k , from th e d a l e o f the
fir«t publication o f this S u m m o n ,, to-
I want to ask you to look in w it: On o r b e fo re th e 23rd day of May,
the Portland papers either daily ISIS, and if you fail ao to an aw er, fo r
I or Sunday see who the most pop­ w ant th e r e o f, th e plaintiff will apply to
the C o u rt for th e relief p ray ed for in
ular movie stars are. Among th e com plain t, viz.
them you will find the names of F or a fo recloaure upon th e following
Douglas Fairbanks, Bill Hart, describ ed p re m is e ,, to -w it;
a t th e q u a r t e r Section c o r­
Mary Pick ford, Charles Ray. n e B r eginning
b e tw e e n S e c ti o n , 4 and 9 in T o w n ­
Marguerite Clara. Jack Pickford, ship 9 S outh. R a n g e 1 W e l t o f the W il­
Vivian Martin, Pauline Frederic, la m e tt e M eridian, Marion C ounty, O r e ­
Billie Buike and Wm. Farnum. gon; th e n c e W e s t 8 ch ain s; t h e n c e
These are some of the stars N orth 2W 88* W e s t 14.92 c h a in ,; them e
e st 5.90 ch ain s to th e middle o f th e
who are in the employ of the S w alem
F louring
Mills w a t e r d itc h ;
Paramount and A rtcraft picture th en ce down said ditch to a point w h ere
company. The Paramount and th e middle o f th e sa m e is in te r s e c te d
A rtcraft pictures are the same by th e F u a t line o f a 30 a c re t r a c t of
service that is used at the Ore­ land ow ned by E. C. B a k e r : th en ce *
♦
chains to the N o r t h e a s t co r­ •fr
gon theatre in Salem and the n n o e r rth o f 2.IX)
♦
said 30 a c re t r a c t ; th e n c e N o rth »
♦
Peoples, Columbia and Liberty 89 30’ E a s t 8.44 chain* to th e N o r t h ­ !♦
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theatres in Portland.
e a s t c o rn e r o f E . C. B a k e r 's land; ■>
I have made arrangem ents to th e n c e S ou th 25' 30’ E a s t 27.22 chains
get this service as it is released. to th e place of b e ginning and c o n ta in ­ •>
ing 23.53 acres, m ore or l e „ , situ a te d
I book the stars if my dates are in
Marion C ounty and S t a t e of O regon. ❖
open I have the same opportuni­ Also for a ju d g m e n t a g a i n s t th e <ic
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ty of showing as these larger fe n d a n ts O. I,. B urson an d Fannie Bur- ■»
theatres. In other words I do not son fo r th e su m o f $235.00 to g e t h e r <•
♦
have to wait until all the larger w ith in t e r e s t th e r e o n a t th e r a t e of 6
t p e r c e n t per an n u m , from th e
♦
towns have shown these pictures e th ig e h 17th
day o f S e p t e m b e r 1916 until
before I can get them, so you see paid and fot th e f u r t h e r su m c f $50.00, ♦
♦
I am in a position to give the a t t o r n e y ’s fees, and for th e c o sts and <
public the very best service to be d i s b u rs e m e n ts o f this s u it; t h a t th e u s ­ •>
had, watch for my ad every week ual d ecree be m a d e fo r th e sale of said •>
m ise s by th e sheriff of said Marion «
H’.ways something good. Am C pre
ounty, O reg o n a c c e n tin g to law and «•
going to adhere strictly to west­ p ra c tic e o f th is c o u rt; t h a t th e p ro ­ ■>
ern plays and comedy dramas. ceeds o f said salt; he applied to w ard th e ❖ •>
Honest criticism is always wel­ p a y m e n t of th e a m o u n t d u e the plaintiff, O
come. Yours very respectfully, Including a t t o r n e y ’s fees and th e ers t* c.
o f th is s u it; and t h a t d e f e n d a n t s O. L, •>
Harry Humphreys.
B urson and F a n n ie B urson and all p e r ­ <r
P. S. — I am going to show sons claim ing u n der or th r o u g h them , ♦
♦
that wonderful pictureization ol o r e i t h e r of th e m s u h s e q u e u t t o th e e x ­ ♦
Maeterlinks famous story the ecu tion o f th e m o r t g a g e s e t f o r th in ♦
said co m plaint, w h e t h e r as pu rch as ers, ♦
Blue Bird in the near future.
c u m b ra n c e r s, or o th e r w ise , m ay be ■>
This “ photoplay of happiness’’ in
b a rr e d and foreelosisl of h II th e i r rig h t, ♦
which is one of the most artistic claims, liens, e s t a t e s , title , i n t e r e s t «
productions ever exhibited, as and eq u ity of re d e m p tio n , in, on, or ♦
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well as possessing a story of un­ to said p re m ise s and e v e ry p a r t th e r e o f; ♦
e
a *• s SS SA A S6A S a a o A
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usual power, is responsible for t h a t th e plaintiff m ay becom e a p u r ­ r ... r. a -.
many unsolicited testimonials of c h a s e r a t said sale and t h a t the sheriff
e x e c u t e a deed to the p u rc h a s e r; that
spent Sunday evening at the
appr >ciation from Peoples thea­ said p u r c h a s e r he le t into the posseasion
Comely
home.
tre patrons, it meeting with o f said promiaos Hnd th e whole th e r e o f
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Ryan and
more general approval than at y upon th e p u rch as e o f th e s a m e ami thHt
Arnold and Nick Senz motored son Will motored to Salem Satur­
production presented at that plaintiff h ave such o t h e r and f u r t h e r to Salem Friday.
relief in th e p re m ise s as to the c o u rt
day.
photoplay house,
m ay seem j u s t and eq uitable.
Lee Downing and daughter
Miss Elva Wing and Tracy
T his S u m m o n s is serv ed upon you by Gladys left Monday for Oregon >
Prichard
called nt the Lee Down­
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured publication th e r e o f in the S t a y t o n Mail,
City where they will visit for ing home Sunday,
by lo cal a p p lic a ti o n « , a« th e y c a n n o t r e a c h
a
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p
a
p
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published
w
eekly
in
S
tay
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t h « dleeaa*«) p o r t i o n of t h e e ar . T h e r e i t
o nly one w a y to c u r e c a t a r r h a l de afne ea.
ton Marion C o u n ty ,O re g o n , by o rd e r of some time.
Miss Verna Shank was a Sun­
a n d t h a t la by a c o n a t l t u t i o n a l r e m e d y
C a t a r r h a l D e a f n e s s la c a u a e d by a n I n ­
Hon. Geo. G. B ingham , J u d g e o f th e
W.
R.
Ray,
wife
and
son
I.ew-
day visitor at the Ed. Smith
fla m e d c o n d itio n of t h e m u c o u s lin in g of
C ircu it C o u rt o f th e S t a t e o f O regon, is motored to I,ebanon Sunday.
t h e R u e t a c h l a n T ube
W h e n t h l a tu b e la
home.
In f la m ed you h a v e a r u m b l i n g s o u n d o r I m ­
for th e Third Ju dicial D istrict.
p e r f e c t h e a r i n g , a n d w h e n I t la a n t l r e i y
Mrs. Jacob Huber visited with! Miss Hazel Lambert of Ix?ba-
cloeed D e af n ee e fa t h e re sult .
U nle ss t h e
D a te d on th e 10th day o f April, 1918.
In f l a m m a t i o n c a n he r e d u c e d a n d t h l a tube
r e s t o r ' d to Ita n o r m a l c o n d itio n , h e a r i n g
T h e first publication to be on the 11th Mrs. Roxie Shank Sunday.
non visited over Sunday with
will he d e a t r o y e d f o r e v e r
M an y c a s e a of
day o f April, 1918, and you a r e required
d e a f n e a a a r t c a u a e d b y c a t a r r h , w h i c h la
Miss
Zona
Ray
of
McMinnville!
home folks.
a n l a t l a m e d c a o d l t l a n of t h e m u c o u a s u r ­
to a p e a r and a n s w e r on or befo re the
fa c e s
H e l l ’s C a t a r r h M edic in e a c t a t h r u
is
visitinK
with
home
folks
this
The Misses Angelineand Betty
t h e blood on t h e m u c o u a a u r f a c e s a f t h e
23rd day o f Mav, 1918.
a yet em
week.
Ye will giv e O n e H in*lr*d D olla r* fo r
Ryan and Miss Anna Miles called
S H. HELTZEL,
a n y c a s e of C a t a r r h a l D e a f n e s s t h a t c a n n o t i
S tnvtt.n , O regon.
ho
Hy H e i r # C e t e r r h M -dlc Ine. C lr- |
Miss Francis Kloer and broth- | at the Lee Downing home Sat­
oulaie fr-
All D ru g g is ts . 7ftv.
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Ati< m e / fo r I'lumtiff. »rs, Tonv, August and Mattie urday evening.
9 . 1. C H E N E Y * CO.. T s l t d a . O.
A One Minute Talk
A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE
W e c a rry a large line of
d ry goods, shoes, notions,
g e n ts’ furnishings, h ats,
caps an d ru b b e r goods, etc.
OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT
has a large line of fancy an d
sta p le groceries, can n ed goods,
sm oked m eats. In fact e v ­
e ry th in g you w ill find in a
first-class M erchandise sto re
is to be found here a t prices
th a t are rig h t.
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A L E X A N D E R .fc D A U G H E RTY, O w ners an d Publishers
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GEHLEN’S STORE *
fit. Pleasant