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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1919)
Woni h.<s bee» .received from
Lea Kleoker that hr intends to
enter O. A. C. and will com
mence upon hisxfodie;» at the l*c-
ginning of the next s. ouster.
¡O C A L
Norma and Mary ¿Stump who
have been .fnjo.. inv i visit with
their Aunt ai d Uncle, Mr. and
Mis. John Robert ton «.f Red no
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H. Bryant,of Albany was here
Mrs. Pena Mack wishes to a>rain.
announce that she has, on display,
John R. Peydlo. son of Geo. E
Roy Neudel i- visiting with some wonderful little hats for Reedle, left Wednesday
tie etrly season.
Portland where he will visit for
Will Dechateau and Leo Frai k a few duys and will then go to
Frank Grierson and mother
been mustered out of tl •> Cook Washington, w here he has
were in Salem one day this week
army and huv> r. turned to the • a claim.
Oren Morris, wife an 1 baby of
Verda Harnmaa has returned
Lyons, visited friends here on homos a' S u '! ai:'\.
ag ¡in take up her
Collrgp. Tl o
Miss M. r e Popne of Ss'eir,;
-d since I k -
spent Sunday here at the home
iso of th>
of O. E. Gardner.
Nurse Clara Willing is in influenza,
Turn Goodman of Walla Wallr.
on Mrs G.is Trask, to G f0 W lVflisant s ui w ife n
Washington was in Stay ton for
rtie\e Mrs. 1 n "• '>roAn ,v " turned from Catnji Lewis the fir?
several days last week.
was Tnorr for sou e t. r.e.
of th<? wvok> wh, „ , George ha
Replace the winter hat that
Mins Mabel i rank was in from
with the colors for Sony
looks worn with a new one that
her home in the Waldo hills re- (;mtv They went to Lyons when
has the touch of spring.
cently, to spend -evera' davs with ^ e v will reside.
Mrs. Weston Mack of Amity,
Mr. ai d Mrs. Pare Sloper.
Oregon, attended the Goddman1
Russell Staeet w; r n Staj’to i
Mr. and Mrs Willard Goodman over Sunday, returning from ove:
funeral here last week.
Peter«Deidrich reports the sale of Pendleton. Oregon were in sets. Russell was in the Na'
of a 1919 Ford touring car to W. Stay ton 'ast week to attend the
d said he saw Guy Skip^r whi'c
New York, on his wav home.
F. t Klecker of Stavton.
He reports Guy as looking line.
W. A. Thomas and wife of
Born to Mr. and Mr-. John B.
Salem were here iast Saturday
Miss Neil Stavton of Siiverton.
Van Handle of Sublimitj Mo; -
visiting their son Alva.
M>s. Ethel Munir1" of G rvallis.
day. January 27th. a boy. Pr.
Mrs. Mary Pennabaker visited Brewer reports all concerned d - a’ d Mrs. Catherine P n is of
P< rtland were here to art* nd ti e
here for a few days with her ing nicely.
of their fath. r Mr. Mo-»
aunt. Mrs. Ellen. Caldwell.
Adam Shephard has purchase 1 Stavton, which was he.d last
Leo Frank is home from Camp
a gasoline drag saw and is pre Thursday.
Lewis where he received his dis
pared to saw logs till further no
charge from the U. S. Army.
Rev. C. F. Schulenborg camo
tice. Anyone having timber that
Marion Ferest was down from they want cut into stove wood or through St«' .on Suriltiv irom
his farm near Mahama Thursday ary other length will make no Eyons, where he.heal rerv ci s
trading with Stavton merchants. mistake in giving Adam their He was on his way to his honv
in Lebanon a d was unable to
Nurse Stout has returned to o.der.
V id servic’s h^rc So rtuse ot tin
her home near Mehams. being
Fred Rock i'*>k advantage of
colled there by the iliness of her closing of the ) < ol rooms during
The ■Brown Pe zel Lumber mi!
the “ Fla'’ epidemic and Pad th°
re ' running nor. Reptdrs
Die’- , Winnie and E bert Tate inferior of his pool room repaper
leftthi hvee for Portland where ed a id painte
They w<> c wa- are lu ing made in the shape of
they expec: to be employe 1 this done by Joe Fisher ar L. .1 tv w im id' pinning under the
mill m d other minor repairs *
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being made. The mill will be in
operation in a short time.
Mrs. Sadie Smallman who was
reported to have gone to Pyrt-!
land last week, is still here tak-
i g care of her brother and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvu Thomas.
Her slater, Mrs. Amie Miller, i
was the one that returned to
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Mrs. Kenyon, who has been j
working in Albany for the past
month, has returned to her home
After making a
business trip to Mill City, she
expects to visit her son at Hutte-
v’lle, who has been in the army.
K. ‘th Kenyon was sent to France
l?.st March, but owing to ill
health was sent back to Newport
News, Va.. in September. From
there he was transfered to Fort
lVs Moines, Iowa, where he re-1
eeivod an honorable discharge. ]
Kieth is now laid up with rheuma-
oi; ni, his old complaint, but ex-
pecis to visit his mother as soon
is he is able to travel.
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T I R E S
Notice to Wood Cutlers
R E T R E A D IN G A N D R EP A IR W O R K
1 have a nice bunch of standing
timbvi* suitable for wood. I will
give the timber to any one that
will cu* ?ameand pile the brush,
(•’or further particulars apply to
Ge tk * Tate, Stayton, Oregon.
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