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THE STAYTON MAIL
¿5th. V e jr, No. 18
STA YTO N . MARION COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY. MAY 8, Ì919
Serial No. 1152
work oe teachers
may festival and
M ftn n c H in o P m in H
Contest Closes
PRAISED DY BOARD
ENTERTAINMENT ITIUUI1'51111 , c ■ u u l , u
Next Wednesday
In Curley’s Garret
Evening at 8:00
By Deputy Sheriff
N" ;V u ;o ; ^ r , ^ » : , r sHows how to run
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TOWN EMPORIUM
A T ON* K
A special meeting was held by
The annual May Festival that
the school hoard on Tuesday of is given every year by the Robe?-'
ilnst week for the purpose of ca lodge. will be held at the I. O.
considering the applications of O. F. hall Stayton, Wednesday,
teachers for the coming year. May 14th. The play: “ When,
They were surprised to find Polly was Queen of the May'’ !_____________
that only one teacher. Mrs. will I* given by about fifty boys THK FAKMKKM
Creech, front our present force, and girls- Don’t fail to see this
IIK tfiK ST
TKRKHT
had made application and after :ts it is a very pretty little May 1
a personal interview we found Day Play, including Maypole j. A nian ,n another state * n on<ej
the teachers are considering pos dances, fairies, wreath drills.,
wh1'rhl>1of
"T " « 1 ‘“" H
It.oos which would be more ad- boys drill, flower drill, etc. Af- tat#r#1|t an<1 he prompUy
th, t
vuntageoua to them.
'cr the program everyone is in -1 „ WM the , 1 5 0 Ihat he pald on hl)l,
As the school year Is now draw -1 viied to stay and take part in the aubaoription to the local paper '
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ing to a clotte, the Hoard of Di- festivities of the evening which "Ona day.” he .aid. “I wanted to buy j
rectors take this means of ex -1 will consist of all kinds of games a '"*• “t »1 wa* ntending to make 1 Wednesday afternoon wh i l e
pressing to the faculty their a p -, This whole evening of mirth and a ,rlp of “h0"' nt" * n m,,e* to K“1 deputy sheriff Henry Smith was
ureciation of the ,pl.o-li<t co- hi wore for 1 0 .nd 2 1 en te .
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f
i
?
““
Henry Spills the Beans
By Telling the Sher­
iff to Look Out
For the Dog
Wlt*i only ■*.»
to ,' n '
Moth Of!* in fi «muli town atore unti
l.l. c n . h l n i m »11 " t
i n city emporium mny
< onnoIulat( «l
nearly all o f t h .
rontfiat«»»* * r'’
tAtiifn« l*inly If y*»u®know how, to «I«*
hu.tltnr to "oe«r« » ' muny
i t . At
t h i t ’u th«* iilcu our form»
9 tloni
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cU ">: after wilneH«*tii# “ A Nine* O'clock
tmura
S> f» r wt’ : r o m,,r" thun
Town * ’ nt the Htnr lh« utcr 8umlay
„«tisAsd with t h . rnaulU o b t a i n « ! A
Muv 11, t'hurlci Kuy in »tar; it in n
ninny new
aubncrlbnm ha»»
I'nrnrnount picture nml wit<i ¡«rodaced
»iron r d d c l I " our II»«. but thero nr«
by Thonm* l i . lure, nil <>f which vouch
munv mom «hnl should be
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o|*eration and untiring efforts of
*
mg i happened to pick up the paper t o w n , a‘ teT: being laid up for a
in for it1* eXci-Ilci’ e .
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with th« ni< at
R E C E N T LA N D S A L E S
and notfcod U>at a nearby neighbor
o a > S W ith the rheumatism,
Thu Minn ti«• r in which Mr, Nny, in a I the teachers during the most
huHil« will win lh« flr»t prli« Th»
trying
school
year
that
has
ever
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wa*
otrering one of the same b r e e d ' he discovered that there was
th«»
character
of
«
vuoti#
man
who
liu**
It., I (hut all of Ib<’ ronton* *nt» nr»
The seventy-acre farm belong-! “* “ <1®l.Ur ' ! ? ****
real
X'ater in tow" He
going to school o r huay In o«b»r Jen» of hi* own, lutt lli new life into bevn recorded.
work, make» th«lr work all *h» morn th«* lb# ut on* of th«* •»mull town in one >
A. D. Gardner
'¡w
the Reiaterer K.tate
L Z Z J Z "
‘ thf e,iden“
of tht* fumile«t. hlcAN that hit*been in
g ratifying
Th» prize* nr« »11
w. W. Klder
|located at Sublimity was »Id to ll... t ^
. T V “ I S ? idle “ » * • < « » » " » * op the atreM.
i |iy
th» nrholnrahlp« to r a trod tice« 1 into it motion picture in many !
that. Kerch Tony SteinkMnp.
drive ana t,*.o ic raah S n ,H i hot it was ao concealed that he
month».
Victor
I«.
Hchiutainjfcr
wrote
I iu . I ik *»» I'ouran. such a» th«»«' offer-
und direct« I the'product i «n. dune No
Also the George Roeser farm ha<* paid a dollar ani* a ha*t for the c°uhJ not fret his hands oil it.
,.,| a r« worth tnm h to any ln»ly
WAIDi f l t o th
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KAltMi _ it
Of forty-eight
acres was. sold to 1 papcr ThBt
one instance. | By close attention he fmind the
Kv»ry parson rrsldlng her« ami In Mik i x th«« le i «In# wrotnait. It i •» »aulì
tu
he
n
»tue
cure
for
the
bilie»,
recently
tht» Y h l r l t y »iioulil ho n subscriber
Rudolh Weber
from! bttl*** *
#f * * 1
“ ' I * * * wh.ch led to
the Henry
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Mr. Town Man. how many furmet» South Dakota.
Both
I vu uuiii um e and monoy in fifteen °r . Mutschlcr residence in
town,
to your only otilrlal paper. W h e n ­
an- you u. ijuuinted
with nnd how farms are known to be o f these tw rnty different way. during t h e , Qoinjj tQ the phone he notified
ev e r you ra n h«lp a ront«atant with
inpny art* you renlly on friendly term s f a r m s
first class year and all through -»ding ads in shenff Neeuham and the officer
a subscription you ure doing your
with?
;i pap*r th at coats me $1 F»0 a year
com m unity Just th at much good. a»|
.
.
,
.
,
I ron»*der that » 1 5 « the bent*Invest- a n d t h e d e p u t y c a m e u p f r o m
t h - in or« subscriber» we have, the
vru know that our fa r m e r » '
M r - Stemkamp a l r e a d s had a n ^
(hat f ftver made and , am in. S a )e m ¡ n t h e e v e n i n g a n d t o g e t h -
better paper we can afford to give
. r,. one of the greatest
and tuo»t b '°°d tarín, but he wanted
more vegtinK lt ao regularly as the year er with deputy Smith they went
. no
Th» rontontanta are working
W. .1, \mlrtjr» nf Aulir a il «tu, Mon­ valuable isset» tt our general
com- °* ÜU1 money-nutking
dirt.
-lr. roua^ round, and always with the
above named place and
hard to win th e
b eautiful prlxe. tali», wlie in tht* n t v thi» wi*»k lo^k
inunlty? Th. y are t.i »in. ss-tnen ilk« Koeser is in such a crippled con- most satisfactory- re»uit».
proceeded
to search for the wet
offered In thla big content. and a rc in# oV< r tin* town with u vi« w to lu
worthy of th» .upport o f the people (Atin#. Mr. A li (Ire* w> wan tuvornlfly
tbtion that he is unable to at-
goods. The officers, were warned
here nnd In the vicinity I W e are i ni|irenr : n ||i |h( I M ■ i •
unable at thla time to give any tie j ly with th«* j»atrr |*owcr that i i h«*rr.
null« forecast a* to who the »urce«»- I Mr. An«lr«*w* 1» at the l»«*ad of «1 mat*
«
on th« map or not on it at ail?
w a s g i v e n a w i d e D e r tn d u r i n g
ful o n e . are likely J o he K l.ew here I n -o iiiatiufMt turin# «’onci'rii .1 1 * 1
.; .eser farm, has been
here
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the .funding 4 the conteatanta 1» I that hU r^mprmy wa» lonhing for a , it to your i' t«*r»«t- to know th» fore.
He tried some of the east-
and Mrs C. M. Holford the search which proved unsuc­
given nt th« lateat hour we are able I piaci* to «‘»tfibliwh* H hrntirii ami that farm>
t l tt»r. to make frir-mi- with ern states, but returns and buys 0f Knoxville Tenn.. have return- cessful. Smith was sure there
to compile them, but thin (ably I . » i St avion look« <i #oo«l to him. lit* e x r
M”’-
to ^
h,n’ n p,‘Tluin'‘,y wel gofxl old Willamette soil.
ed to Oregon and are visiting was some joy water there and
poor trulde «" to the probable win­
t«> return her«* in th«’ id xt thirty ,
,.v ,-y tint«
«
ct,m«s
to
>our
These
farms
were
sold
to
the
relatives here. They were ac the trio went back again. They
ner»
Th e »fending
of prac«*callv «ln«r» nn<! will
m«ire tim« then
ShauMit»«*
uink«
h
i.
f«vi
th-
,
respective
parties
by
Geo.
A.
companied to
t Stayton by
. Mr. IfotTke
every candidate In the 11.t h a . shlft- lookin# ns o»or.
were warned again .1 to
look
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.«xr. in. |- - 7 - - " -
,,y 'jeu-
companied
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. ,■ _ out
. _
...I aonia two or three t im e . «Inre
t’tht town that he pr.iror.ize, I. j Smith who informs our reporter and yjrg, Q_ w Holford of Fnlls
K
neu bght
town
h'w n ns wall
W..1I ns «urn*
m tr«’
th at
" , L — — 1— — ’*’ it * * ' 1 an(^ Mrs. C. W. Holford of Falls on ^ su^ject and Sheriff Need-
' U . t Krldny morning and are likely
Tho r« la not a h ig her typ« or a that two other sales w. 11 soon be city, where Mr. Holford is em- han took a chance
and looked
to do h o more than once before the
tnor« pnorgotlo
business
man o r reported for this week.
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ployed. After a few days visit over the doe house The abode
, 1 « .« of the content. Wednesday ev­
furito’r than thono of ou r surround­
ening at 8 p m .
Hence. It behoove,
here they intend to locate near Qf Curley was a two story struc-
ing community.
Lot's get close to
»ach one to keep everlastingly at It. |
Black
Rock, where they will be ^ure and jf looked as if Mr.
th
e
m
and
stay
close.
Pull
together
It In .1111
everybody’,
race. The
—
employed in a
Tuesday evening
Dr. Brewer and boost. Cooperation in the road
.InndlnK» are close, and a little work
camp Mutschler bad taken great pains
near whe-e C. logging
yrd is .
M. Holford
on the part of frlenda of almoat anv I was called to the home of F. M. to success.
NEW ENTERPRISE
MAY LOCATE HERE
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CANNED SARDINES
• POISON FRESH FAMILY
z
r
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h-— . ‘ ™
:
4 .
t
z ^ * 5 ™ •"«*'• “nd ,n,en'ii O regon is good
»v«a
„ 1 « * » « , u *
wh0 ^ thei
enough fo r them t i^ e „ er,vidCr i rthTtiurt^
:
FORDS ASSIST IN
WINNING THE WAR
to provide an extra fine place
working.
o f the active worker» I . lik ely to Fresh, who lives at Shaw, where
IVHKAT
AMI
for the dog. On examining the
S H K K P G.%IX
hooat them Into a leading po.ltlon he found that the whole family
Here's a letter Ihat v a t received
It.AlltY
H
K»tits
IIKCKKARK
,
upper
story the sheriff unearthed
T h e prlae. are worth wlnnlnic. and
Wlwl Is Tk« Centenary Movement?
of six. had ptomaine poison from
by Jtlifl Ford Motor
company
the
thone who have fr i e n d , seeking one
40
quarts
of “Old Crow’’ whis­
_ _
; other da.v from a British service man.
The
of them will be doing » gracious eating canned sardines.
key.
bottled
in bond.
W in te r wheat acreage In Oregon 1» ll ,ells **s own story:
It is commemorative of the
net by ttettlntt behind and helping to Dr. says the whole family was
Upon being asked where he
y,,r,I Auto * ompany, De-
lioont.
in a bad condition and that medi­ g re ate r than last year In most of 25
got the joy water Mr. Mutschler
M e. kÍ ; ‘n,d Missions.
« ,h - annit',7
ar;'-
f
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T h e young la d le , who have taken cal aid was summoned in the countlM replying to oueatlonnalre of ,ro't, Mirh. Itear Sirs: I was read- Methodist
It is God s s a i d h e h>(| , h e
dä s ¡ „ c e ( h e
.T. W B rew er, federal and O A. C. I in* . * f '‘w advertisements of different
part a . co n t e .t a n l« In o n r III« Sub-
n n n ic m ,/v
trumpet
call
to
Methodism
to
nico o’ time. Wednesday morn­ farm help specialist. and greater
on autos, pertaining to what
Hrlptlon Content have o u r »Inrore
face the world’s greatest crisis state went dry. This sounded
ing they were o u t o f danger.
IhBn normal in all.
Nearly all re- ,
have d> no in this war. But noth
t h a n k , and we wl»h all might he (lrat
kind of fishy to the officers, as
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port an Increase in sheep, but most ' n5t about our little ford. So I m writ-
’ prise winner*, hut every prise lx well
show-
they
thought it funny if that
m aterial decrease In dairy ing you a few facts, which arc as foi
worth the effort put forth, and «•
Buys
Oregon
Land
stock
lows:
much
of the Oh Be Joyful could
hope a ll of the conte.tBnt» will be
A sufBdent o r surplus labor supply
In Prance 7«0 cars out of 10o0 were
well plowed We sin cerely hope that
111 DUdlllLOO /U j AIH without
bampled> 0 n fur-
• I Ind frnu d In nearly ull counti' <• P<*ds.
every hualnoaa man r e a li s e , what
Geo. Dossier, an easterner, who bill Tillam ook. B ak e; Lincoln and
In
Italy
S.->0,cars
out
of
1000
were
• thla Increased circulation m e a n , to
„
„
.
,
,
ther questioninj? Mr. Mutschler
has just arrived in Oregon, has M alheur report a shortage. Four Ford*.
hltn.
Your ad roacblug several hun­
!T „ " 7 7
J ’ aS ,tak™ toW Ihs "» e rn . where he got It
In Kgvpt 0!"' cars oat of 10O0 were over the MeM.nville Fire In.ur- , „ d he
dred new re a d er, over thla communl- purchased the Lew is place near counties lev-jr r * i n g a wage scale
uken to Salem with
t< m e a n , that much more hualnoaa Shaw where ho intends to locate. ftvH oppose it V'htle others are not Ford
ance
agency
which
Fraek
Les-
wfth
the
evidence.........................
.
Som e that had good results
At the hear­
fo r you W e will prove to you ahort- The place covers about 330 acres sure
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11,e fdoherly had. Mr. Humph -1 ( e r Thursday
last y ear think conditions do not
inutouay he
ne was
was fined
fined one
one
ly that 1» pay» 1° ndvortl»o. Try u* and it is understood that the
«ere F»rd*.
rey is opening an office in
wnrrnnt repeating the policy.
and »ee for yourself.
in
t
be;
bundred
dollars
and
piven
five
I nder Britrah capture, the first car i 0 |d produce h tU S e north of
consideration was $1,860. Mr.
Wages o f $ 5 0 to $75 a month nre ! in Bagdad was n Ford.
.Indue, of t o r Context
Bagdad . . . » w
■ Theatre> He writes all kinds of days in jail for having it in his
Th e awarding of the prises will Dossier is a brotherutf John who cu rre n t, but ao report ffb probnble
The first car to cross the Persian
possession.
»t'rlng
nnd
harvest
wages
could
be
the Nick
insurance.
mountain* nns ¡1 1-Vd.
ho Wednenday evening. Th e counting recently purchased
obtained.
This is the first time that the
of the vote« nnd checking them with Geymec place in Linn County.
The first car in the genuine Harden
C o ir T e x tin g is P r o fita b le
sheriff
has been called to our
the return» tnhde by the eonteatnnt»
of Kden was a Ford.
Mrs. Henry Mutschel is In receipt
Cow testing asso ciatio n , nre play
will be carried out by llev. W. J .
No outside or foreign pnpei can pot
The first car in the Holy .Igtud was of a letter f-oin Carl Mnrtin, which town on this kind of a mission
ing o, big part in rnlsjng the standard
Warren. C. A. Beauchamp and V. sihly have lumi» upon you until your
isays that he has landed in New York he said he hoped it would be the
of
dairy herds throughout the state, a Ford.
Dare Slnjier.
duty i. discharged to the local jours
Lines of communication contained ' and will shortly be transferred
to last.
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T h e se genl lenten have kindly con­ al. O f liiin who »ays Re can get n city neeording to S ta te Dairy nnd Food Fords l-\
the hundred» from Bagdad : l amp lew is and experts to be tnus-
Commissioner
Mlrklo.
who
is
tnking
|
to
the
Hlnck
sented to net In this m atter nnd they paper much larger than his own locai
I
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,
i terod out in a short time. He say» thnt ;
Ye Must Be Born Again
« re too well known to need nnv.nn j 'ornai t ir the »ante nmo.nt of mon­ n lending part In the organization | I have seen Fords used as tank«, j he is at Canvp M ils, New York, and I
John 3;7
: Uranee that everything will be con- ey we would inquire: l>n the city .pa of these associations.
¡armored moving forts, electrie light will visit in the city for a f, wi days.
"O
u
r
strength
here
In
Oregon
Is
plants,
water
pumps,
ambulances,
sup
(tuefod fairly
per. any nnything a limit your country,
NOTH:
W e consider a content- its elini.-itc, water, spring., healthful mainly In the volume and quality of i ply cars, and lots of other thing* and j
Look out for revival meetings
dnlry produci»
as ’ ■-
’1 they
nrtnnl dnlrv
n m itn e i. ns wo ! —
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a n t active When she bring» or sends i oevs ,soil, products, stock raising, nulls nctunl
were always ready for any thing i K m i,1 Bennett the charming Austrn in the M. E. Church beginning
th 'f breetU ìg and sale of pure lire,I
In at least. » 7 .5 0 worth of subscrip­ minerals.
at anv time.
s h e n l,.
churches,
roads,
lian “ f i n d " of Thotna» II. I nee, who on June 2nd.
rnws " said Mr. Mlt-kle " B c t for thè
Thi
temei ts
tions during I he con le si. Then she
Tin -r e 4 "temei
I- are fai t«. a< I recently created a fururo in her Para­
bridges, or other iinproveiOenlsf Noth­
fo rm e r purii'iqe *tb e grnde row of i,avo wrved in action thriough the
Is entitled to one o f th e
twelve
mount debut in “ Tho K eys of tho
ing. Do they mention your public meet
Professor Burgess F. Eord
re tim i te.ited p e rfo rtm n e e F r.ow and I ebuntri '» named.
And I name the
prises, now on display
Riighteousness,
will appear at t he
iug, your town and .minify ’news, nnd
r 11 long continuo ro he .he malnst.iv i <0,-, j fy1(, j,0<t ni>t .> in thè worl.l—the
will
deliver a lecture on ‘War
s ar theater in “ Naughtv N a u g h t y ."
the other thousand and one matters of
k ni bulwark of ih» Intinsirv W ith t jrosi mulo witli » kick. I remain vour
time
expriences'
at West Stayton
Thi*
is_
not.
ns
the
name
would
indi
interest whieh your heme paper pub­ Mri tho >eht In minti wtr beve never ' rirnd.
MOTHKRS’ PAY
cate, a travesty on light opera, but a on Friday evening. May 16th.
lishes without pa,' f Not nutrii. Do they lost un t ppootui'.l.-y to eneournge the :
IUHDN O IL B B R T ,
whimsically funny, true to life story under the aspices of the Social
Mothers’ Day will be observed ever -:i' n word gratis, calculated to
•ìisrtlon o f row teatlng ossoein-
itld, SAI, \! . R. I. \V . T . R. !..
of a girl in a small mid western town Service Society.
draw to your town or county and aid tlons throttghout the state
Ice cream and
i A
Brinish Amerit.tn.
Dnngalure,
in the M. K. Church on Sunday in bri’igi’ig immigrants nnd developing
who struggles to bring to the narrow cake will be served.
‘ M;iny of the Vow honriler.' nnd India.
Every body
at 11 o'clock a. m.
All mothers the wesl'h of \ our community f N ot a
minded natives, a real ill' ll of their j invited.
' b o r i r r slneVera’
have
ntct Ih e lr
I*. S . — Also wlten wo «aptured Kun
especially invited.
line. A"d vet there are men v. ho take V.'ule-'oo before tbe ru th les . rey.da- thè first tliing we lande,I on wns n loss in refusing to admit the newer
E. M. Gilbert Sec.
forms of amusement
»i* hi • Inridcntnlly her
There will I to no service in the ■neh co it.acted \ d Wx of the matter finn of 'h e fruth as set forth hv tho Toni with notili «i
^ lef^ of if but it* old timr nw i\ thearf. ed
htnr of tho local
M. F,. Church on Sunday at 3 thnt tiitles- th 'v n d as m a n squnre t i.» t e s t e r * ' - re g ular reports aatl linger frame, !>nr« wheels and engine.
tl
s'.
There is an auto glove at the
; one ,»f t he narrowest of
p. m., as th'>re wit) he n union m ein , of rending mat er in th ir own m a n ? a gratrl'til fa rm er ha* seen !ho »•’nrtv li\r mitin: es afterward* Mr.
I ss*, v : « ! it i s to his i
Meat .Market that was found by
• illllt \ pat" :|s tii » d ' ii u * « \ | ¡1 tirht Ibrottvh
h«s «rork nntl h a . K»»r! uns mnniir*
service in the Baptist church at por. they tli ’ 1. thr\ nre not getting
1 hv a machine ¿itti 1! I'fftnllv thnt •he turn
gladi y tllaplaeetl
thè ttuprofitable
attention Í Alva Thomas. As one glove is
and uns on ihr «• Ii i <e of i he ret rent in 1 —with vv h a t
that hour.
«ItlT 'S.« ' v
the worth of tiuxr money.
| covr.
seen nt i no g.xxl to Alva he will givo it
Tu i k « nn«i th«» t %
«d>rn linn.
tho Star thi«« week.
HARRY HUMPHREY
IN RIKINFSS ALAIN lav around Stayton for 30 lon*
to the owner.
be -1
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