The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, May 08, 1919, Image 4

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    THE S T A Y T O N
M A IL
Chas. S. C lark, E d ito r a n d P ro p rie to r
Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year in Advance
Advertising Kates Made Known Upon Application
Fereigi Adverteiag Represented by The America* Press Association
Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Stayton, Marion
County, Oregon. under the Act of Congress o f March 8. 1879.
Address all Communications to The Stayton Mail
A couple o f weeks ago someone without the fear of
the devil and the faraway look o f the Lord made the as­
sertion that they could haul all the freight that came to
Stayton via West Stayton with a mule team. Our readers
will remember that we called them for the assertion, in
that it was false.
A visit to West Stayton this week revealed the fact
that there has been 1,098,010 pounds of freight in car load
lots and 119,093 pounds of miscellaneous freight handled
at West Stayton during the month o f April, 1919, and
183.970 pounds o f local freight were shipped out from
this point.
Now, Mr. Wise Guy, haul this with your mule team
will y
o
u
?
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FRl'IT (¡KOYVING INDUSTRY
Oak Glen Notes
From apples and pears to cherries
Several o f the young folks of
and small fruits, the fruit growing
industry has become the money-,„ak- <>* Fern Ridge. attended the
dance at Haftner’ s Sunday night.
ing small tract proposition.
From every section that can grow
P. T. Etzel made several busi­
fruit from the Canadian line to Mexi- ness trips to town this week.
co come published stories o f com­
Will Stevelv was transacting
The community that has a cannery business in the Ridge Tuesday
fo r fruits and vgetables is indeed a of this week.
munity prosperity.
favored one and more and more are
the by products utilized.
From the fruit drier to the evap-
orator on a large scale, so the indus
ty goes from
the manufacturer of
fruit Juicts to making jelly and pre
■er™ -
The canning industry bids fair to
become a ranking one with dairying
and counting fish canneries is not
third or fourth in cash turnover.
Every community can profitably in-
terest iteif in^a campaign to produce
more small fruits and vegetables eve*»
i f the raw material is shipped.
Cutting up the ranches into small
holdings, the one-horse, one-family
production program. Is holding its
own in spite of many dad iownul
On top of .his is the development
o f the fruit juice industry which is
made profitable by the increasing
market for non-alcoholic beverages.
There is Indeed an era of prosper-
ity ahead of the small fruit and vege­
table production sections
and the
industries connected with them.
D IR ECTIO N FOR USING
F E R T IL IZ E R GIVEN
A crowd o f young and old
folks gathered at the home of
Miies Kintz and family Friday
0 f )ast Week.
Those present
w e r e M r. an(j Mrs. Teres. Mr.
an j M rs Geo. Lambrecht. Mrs.
C. Burghart, Mrs. N. Wagoner
and daughter, Mrs. N. Neitling
ancj Mr. and Mrs. Kintz. The
young folks were, Misses Helen
and Louisa Teres, Grace Hot-
tinger, Mary Cremer. Ella and
Matilda Burghaat, Roy Basil,
Frances Neitling, Angeline Kintz
Ella Apple and Myrtle Seigmund.
The Messrs were, John Apple,
August Tolpher. John and Geo.
£
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W endle< and T h e o
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Christ, lor.;, and Mike Neitling,
Leonard Philips, Daniel Kelly,
Bennie Basl, Lawrence Seig-
mund, Fred Hottinger, Ed Etzel.
^
W a go n er. A le x and P e t e r
Haffner and Dany Kintz.
The evening was swiftly spent
by singing and dancing and at
12 o’clock a dainty lunch was
served. The dancing was again
statred and lasted till very late
when the joyful crowd struck
®Ut
fo r the homeward route.
Garden makers are often puzzled
as to the amount of fertilizer need­
ed for their small plots, because the
usual directions give only amount
per acre. The followiftg table shows
Pete Haffner who has been
approximately the proper propor­
working
in Portland, attended
tions :
s Friday,
Frida
One hundred
pounds
per acre the dance at K*intz’s
equals one pound fet a plot 10x13
....
_
feet.
| Christ,
Tony,
Frances
and
Two hundred
pout ds per acre Mrs. Neitling accompanied by
equals one pound for a plot 10x22. Rosy Basel, attended the basket
Three hundred
pounds per acre social at the Oak Grove school
equals one pound fo r a plot 10x14
Saturday evening.
feet.
Four hundred pounds per acre
John Etzel made a business
equals one pound for a plot 10x11
trip to Stayton Wednesday of
feet.
F ive hundred
pounds per acre this week.
equals one pound for a plot 10x9
John Gehlen
made several
feet
. ,
Alims'
There
is no question but what business trips to ) Aumsville
the
barnyard manure assists the mech­ first of the week.
anical action of the ground, this evi­
August Talpfen attended the
dently largely owing to a prepond­
erance o f vegetable matter. Com- social at the school house featur-
merclal fertilizer.
however.
being day night,
largely animal matter does not con-1
tain the vegetable matter which the
Christ, 1' ranees Mick and Mrs.
barnyard manure does. This, how Neitling visited at the Talpher
ever, can Tie overcome if gardeners home Tuesday evening,
will grow over crops. Spading or
...
.
plowing this growth adds to the ^MlSS Llsie Apple has been
mechanical condition and humus con- visiting with Miss Marta Seig-
tent.
mund the past few days.
THE STAYTON MAIL’S SUBSCRIPTION CONTEST
Standing of Contestants
NAM ES
DISTRICTS
and Alice M. Igikcr, both deceaaed,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Notice if hereby given that the un- and having qualified a» r e q u i r e d
darsigi ed, by an order of the County by law, all person* having claima
Court o f the State o f Oregon for the against either of aaid eatatea are
Notice 1» hereby given, that by vir­ County o f Marion, duly made and en­ hereby notified to present (hem to
tue o f an execution duly issue,! out of ternd on the 25th day o f April, ISIS, the undersigned at the law otfietM of
the Circuit Court o f the State o f Ore­ was appointed Adniiuistrarixof the K*- Frank A. Turner, In the Bank o f Coin-
gon, for the Countv o f Marion, and to tote of Benjamin K. Heringer, deceas­ marca Building, Salem, Oregon, with­
me directed on the 8th day o f April, ed. and that she ha* duly qualified a* in six montha from the date o f the first
May
ISIS, upon a judgment and decree such adminiatratix. All persona hav­ publication o f thft notice, to-wit:
Date o f last publication
duly rendered)
entered o f record ing claim* against said eat ata are here­ 8th, ISIS.
Frank A. Baker,
and docketed in
and
by
«aid by notified to present the same duly June Mb, ISIS.
Administrator
Court on the 12th day of Msrch. verified as required hv law. to S. 11
ISIS, in a certain suit then in said llellzcl. Attorney for the Fatate, at
Court (lending, wherein W. O. Christen- { Stayton, Marion County, Oregon, with-
sen, was plaintiff and Carrie Riggs and in six months from the tlate o f this
G. K Riggs, her husband, S. C. Bass not ice.
and Sarah A. Bass, hi* wife, I*. J.
For Salt* Fordoon Tractor, bus
Dated at Stayton,
Kuntz, and Pacific Building £ Loan day of May, ISIS
plowed 110 acres, as gtss.1 as
Sara
Heringer,
Association, a Washington et rporation,
Adminiatrarix, new. Will ho 11 at a bargain.
were defendants in favor o f plaintiff i
S. II Hell Ml,
R. J. Kosov, Stayton 6—15
ami against said defendants S. ( Bass, ¡ Attorney for Fatate.
Sarah A. Bass amt t ’arrie Riggs, by j May 1
29
For Sale—Two Shouts.
J. K
which execution 1 am commanded to i
Blum, Stayton.
NOTICE I OR PUBLICATION
sell the property in aaid execution ami ;
Department o f the Interior
hereinafter described to pay the sum
Lost On river road between
ft.
S.
Land Office nt Portland, Oregon
due the plaintiff of $972.00 with inter­
I
Stayton
and Scio, one Firestone
April 29. 1911*
est thereon at the rate o f 8 per cent
Rib
Cord
Tire and rim 88x1*.
per annum from the 8th day o f June, I Notice is hereby given that Herman
Reward.
Dr.
Hobson, Scio
1918, and the further sum of $92 00 a t - 1 II. Frase, of Mill City, Oregon, who,
tornev's fees and for the further su n »'0" i'ebruury 24. 191b, made Homestead
For Suit? ( >ne pair h o i s t e r
of $28.25 costs, and in favor o f Defend- E " ‘ rv N"; u466^ for ,h*'
1- S lv '
i
springs,
capacity 4000 lbs., can
ant S C. Bass and against aaid defend- ,h>n *’ ■ lownahip 9 South. Range •>
4-24
ant* Carrie Riggs and G. R. Riggs by |
Willamette Meridian, has filed l>e seen at John H. Meiik.
which execution 1 am commanded to | notio# of intention to make Commuta-
Wanted Immediately, girl or
sell the property in said execution and ,um pmnf, *° establish claim to the
I
woman
for general housework
hereinafter described to p..y the sum l**” d above described, before the Regia-
i 10
due the defendant S. C. Bass of $1100.U0 1 <• r «nd
U. S. Land Office, at Mrs. J , F . L a u .
with interest thereon at the rate o f 6 Port land. Oregon, on the 11th day of
For Sale- Angora goats, gray
per cent per annum from the 6th day June. 1919.
white
oats, J. H. Kloer. Sei«.
o f September, 1917, and the further * dinapt I ums a* witnesses:
Oregon.
Stayton phone. May 1
t
’hiis.
Strotf.
of
Mill
City,
Oregon
sum o f $100.00 attorney's fees and
the further sum o f $18.75 costs, Ned Rirhanl*, o f Mill City, Oregon
Fur Male — Impravcil Ilk) acre farm
[two lalle« to town. Ml acre* under rul
and
costs
and
expenses
of Andrew Taylor, o f Mill City, Oregon
tivation, balance timber and pasture.
said execution.
I will on Satur­ Albert Richard*, o f Mehama, Oregon
N. Campbell, Register.
Six room house, new burn, well at
day, the 10th day o f May, 1919,
linose .spring in pasture, go.ul family
M :i)f 29
a tth e h o u r o f 11 o'clock a m. o f »aid
orchard; close to sehend und on cream
day at the West door o f the County NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR route. Price
(art cash, balance
easy terms. Wdt give possession ami
Court House in Salem, Marion County,
crop If sold before June 1st. W . II.
Oregon, sell at public auction to the
Stevelv, Stayton, Or.
May 8 tf
Notice
is
hereby
given
that
on
highest bidder for cash in hand on the
day o f sale, all the right, title, Inter- the 4th day o f April, 1919, the FOIL TR AD E
1150 lbs., sound
est and estate which said defendert* CYuuty Court of Marion County,
and gentle mare. Will trade for
and all persons claiming under them Oregon, duly admitted to probate*
good milk cow.
B. F. Fresh
subsequent to the Gth day of Septem- and appointed the undersigned
Stayton
Phone
Stayton
ber, 1917, in, o f and to said promise*
*
r
r
tirm „ i
. hereinbefore
. . , M mentioned
,
, and . described
!
. . . as
Executor o f the Last Will and
.,
For Sale— White leghorn baby
in said execution as follows, to wit: lcstHU lCflt ot I^il r . T u rn e r , do-
chicks
for March, April and May
Beginning at the Southeast corner o f Ceased, and h a v in g q u a lifie d as
at
12Ac
each and eggs for hatch­
the southwest quarter o f section ll, re q u ired by law, all person s h av-
ing
at
$0.00
a hundred after Feb­
T p .9 S R. 2 cast o f the Willamette Men- jp g cla im s a g a in s t said e s ta te are
ruary 20th. C. Boone, Aums­
diau, running thence west three-fourths ,
■
.... , .
.
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o f a mile; thence north 150 yards' to h m *h>' n 0 t ,fifd *? »)rt‘Sent } h * m - ville, Oregon.
the Little North Fork o f theSantiam w ith p ro p e r vouchers attached as
Want»*d Old incubator. Hot
River; thence easterly following the re q u ire d by law, at my office in
water heated preferred. 150-egg
winds and curves of the river to .i point .,
,
..
,
r o
north o f the southeast corner o f the
Salem Bank of Commerce or larger.
S .w . quarter of said s*-c. l l aforesaid; B u ild in g, Salem, Oregon, w ith in Phone 10242
H. K. Shank.
thence south to the place o f ttekrinnini:
tL f
. *
e .•
Scio. ( )regon
and containing 40 acres, more or le«s. six months from thp d&te of tht? Route l
Also lots numbered
and 2 and the fir s t p u b lica tio n of th is n otice.
For Sale- 2 fresh cows of
east half o f the northwest quarter o f
~. ‘ ,
.. ...
,,,,,,
Sec. 14. Tp. 9 S. R. 2 east o f the Will- tO-Wltt April 10, 1919. Dal
heavy type, Joe Senz. Stayton.
amette Meridian, Marion County, State last publication. May 8. 1910.
Oregon.
May 15
of Oregon, containing 169.60 a.■res,
L’
b A T
more or less, and containing in all j
*
**• Turner,
JU
Executor
209.60 acre*, more or less, together
For Sale One hay team, nine
with the tenement*, hereadit.mient*
years
old, weight about 2100,
and appurtenances thereunto belonging
Notice of Appointment of Administrator good workers and drivers, phone
or in any way appertaining.
Said sale being made subject to re­
Stayton 2-10, J. P. Mertz. Scio,
demption in the manner provided by
Notice is hereby given that on the Oregon,
law.
May 8-15
19th d a y <>f April, 1919, the County
Dated this 8th day r.f April, 1919.
KOU S \ f ,K K ni 1 ton truck, run
W. I. Needham,
Court o f Marion C unty, Oregon, duly Je#«« than l*MM>
in ««»oïl fondation
Sheriff o f Marion County, Oregon.
By O. D. Bower. Deputy. appointed th* undersigned as Adminis­ Apply to Beu Gehlen, May ton, «¿r<
Mav Stf
April 10--May 8
trator o f the estates o f Lulu B. Baker, JJoil.
S h érif s Notice oi Saif of Real Proper
ty ot Foreclosure.
BEAUCHAMP,M.D.
CLASSIFIED J D S . H. A. Physician
and Surgeon
1 Alta M y e rs ........... .......... .......... West Stayton.... .. 184,000
2 Crystal Shank................. .......... Mt. Pleasant......
145,000
3 Mildred English ............. ............ Stavton ........... ... 129,000
4 Elsie Apple ................... ............ Coon Hollow
93,000
5 Alma N e n d e l.......... ....... ........
Stayton........
92.000
fi Frances N e itlin g ............ ......... .. Oak G le n .........
.. 64v000
7 Thelma Myers ................
...... 62,000
8 Delma Grimes ‘............
25,750
9 Angeline H erm ans..........
..... 22,000
10 Hazel Phillips ................
..... 20,000
11 Hazel Spencer.................
12,500
OREGON
STAYTO N .
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
P H Y S IC IA N
AN D
SURGEON
S tayto n , O regon
VV. N . Pintler, D. M. D.
D E N TIST
Office Opp. Lancette Id Shoe Store
Phono 2162
Stavton. O r«
V. A. GOODE
LAWYER and NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Room No. «. Roy Bldg.
ÎS. I I . I I K L T Z K I ,
Attornev-at Law Notary Public
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
- J . M RING O —
STAYTON
0REGÛM
Dr. Paul Fehlen
V E T E R IN A R Y SURGEON
D E N TA L E X PER T
Calls Answered Day or Night
Phone -Res. 3X24
ORE( ION
STAYTO N
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
SFSTAK &
THOMAS,
Proprietors.
Fresh,Salt&Cured Meats
Lard, Creamery Butter
Highest Market Puce Paid For Fal Stock
oM en-
N E W S IL K
Have Just A rriv e d
H E material of which these shirts are made
is renowmed for service and quality, as well
as handsome appearance.
These shirts are
shown in spring patterns, and colorings featur­
ing fine woven silk stripes in beautiful designs.
T
D r. U T T E R
D IM M
No charge for examination, and
estimates willingly given.
One of the best equipped offices
in the valley
414 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
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Some clo-hes wearers seem to feel that “ style” means
originality and nothing else.
But in our dictionary
“ style” means owginaiity PLU S good taste.
Many
who strive for style succeed simply in achieving con­
spicuous oddity. You will never see that mistake made
in the Salem Woolen Mills Store.
Their large number o f patrons and friends have
found that BISHOP gives you more real value in style,
quality and service than can be found elsewhere.
Th* ir close connection w;ith their several large mills
gives them tremendious buying advantages enjoyed by
no one but themselves.
Phone Main fJOfi
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VOTES
You must clean the stomach*
ami bowels, purify the blood,
each Spring, or you leave Win-
tecr's germs and impurities in
your blood and system. Drive
them a w a y , clean out the .stom­
ach and bowels, take HolliMter'a
Rocky Mountain Tea. a Spring
cleanser-purifier.
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