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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1919)
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¿5th. Year, No. 2.
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S T A Y T O N . M A R IO N CCH u
Pioneer Woman Passes PIONEER PICNIC
To Great Beyond
U n c le
S a in S tr ik e s Q u i c k as
Several Stavtonites attended
Ann Elizabeth Koad was born
the Pioneer picnic last Saturday
in Angelsberg, Luxenberg, in!
at the John Hunt place and re
1H17. In 1NT.:< she came with!
port an enjoyable time. They
her parepta ♦<> America an<l set
that the meeting Saturday
tle«! in Iowa. She was married •
was by far the largest and best
In that State to M. StreiT and in
that the pioneers have held for
th<* 1 HiMI they came to Oregon
many a day. There were good
and settled at Stavton where
speakers on the program mid a
tliey have since resided.
real band furnished music. The
To this union ten children picnic dinner wan enjoyed bv
were Itorn. they are Mrs. Peter, old and young and it was a day !
Arend, of Alexander, South Da that will loug be remembered by ■
kota; Mat J. StrefT, J. J . StrefT the pioneers of the valley.
and N. J. StretT of Fort Dodge,
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Iowa: Mrs. John Brown, of Scio;!
Emma StrefT. Mrs. Jake Spaniol. PICKERS ARE WANTED'
Mrs. 11. J. Marking and Leo!
Unci« Kami In 1916 an d Uncle
StreiT of Slayton und Charl«»s
Sain In 1919 la s o m e th in * elae
StrefT of Mill City.
• # » ln . aa baa been found o u t by
re v o lu tio n ary
1 »creased was sick about two!
P an ch o Villa In p a r t ic u l a r Stray
weeks and passed to tjie groat
oullota from Mexican g u n s killed
The loganberry crop this year
one and In ju red several A m eri
beyond Thursday morning. June from present indications will
cans In El Paso. Texaa. acroaa the
19th. On account of some of the break all former records anu
Rio O ra n d e from J u a r e x . Mexico,
when Maj Oen De Roeey C Ca
children coming from Iowa, the« will give e/nrdoymant to thou- j
bell, c o m m a n d e r of tbe*U S. bor-
fuh«*ra! was not held till Wed sands of women and girls who;
nesday of this week. The Cath would otherwise be unable at
olic church was crowded with this time to secure remunerative
HAMMAN STAGE LINE
friends and relatives who cam e, work in other lines.
to pay their last respects to their j have been sent to the Portland
HAS NEW JITNEY
departed friend and Christian. employment offices for help rang
Rev. Fr. Lainck, officiated. In in g in the number of pickers
Joe Hamman, proprietor of the
terment was in Catholic ceme from 25 to 350 mostly * from llamman Mill City-Stayton-Salem
Salem, tfewburg, Brooks 9and Stage Line, arrived from Port
The pull b«>arers were: Chas. other places.
land last week with a brand new
Gehlen, W. F. K lecker. Peter
Picking loganberries is jio t “ jitney” which Joe will use on
Deidrich. John Y'an Handle. Geo. hard work and while the party ¿he run from Salem to Mill City.
Smith and J. P. Mertz.
To say that the Jitney is a
IS enjoying the outing he or she
The sampathy of the entire is making more than expenses. beauty is putting it mildly. It
community is extended to the The weather promises to be ideal is roomy and has real springs
for gathering the crop and it is uneerit. Joe says, “ There is n%
expected that there will he plen thing too good for my patrons.”
Mr. Hamman has recently
ty of people to care for the large
Albany Will Celebrate
the schedule of the line
Fourth of July
and it may be found in another
part of the Mail.
Albany invites the entire Will
amette Valley to participate in
VICTIMS IMPROVING ABILITY REQUIRED
its Victory Celebration and recep
tion to returned soldiers and
OF AUTO MECHANIC
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Philippi
sailors on July 4th. Elaborate
was in an automo
plans have been made for the
That the motorist may be pro
intertainm ent o f a n immense bile accident near Albany last
from the inefficiency of
crowd and the eagle will scream week, are both improving from
untrained automobile mechanics
us it never screamed before jn the shaking up they received
when their auto became unman and repair men and that crafts
ageable owing to a broken stear- men may be protected from in
One of the big features of the| ing rod. The machine ran up a efficient competition, the state
celebration will lie the participa bank and turned over and the board of auto mechanics examin
tion of the Loyal Legion of wonder is neither of the occu ers, created by last legislature,
Loggers and Lumbermen from pants were seriously injured. is distributing application blanks
various parts of the valley. The Mr. Philippi is able to lie around looking to the early examination
Lumbermen will have most of . but Mrs. Philippi is still confined and licensing of every auto me
the afternoon to themselves an to
j,ouge wjth pajnfu| bruises chanic in the state.
will stage contests in Albany s about the ahouldere and neck.
The examining board. E. E.
new municipal park across the Mi8g Haze) phi)ippj is demon_ Boggess, president; H R. Fanch-
Calapooia river. There will be 8tratinii her skill as a nurse and er. vice-president and M. L.
tug of wao, log rolling, pillow a graduate in the cullinary art G r a n n i n g, secretary-treasure,
fight lance and other contests by and her patients are receiving will have its headquarteas in
Portland, application blanks may
the best care possible.
There will be baseball and
Tie obtained by addressing box
other sports. ^The celebration
Mi9s Margaret Schaefer is visit 761, although applicants for ex
will end with a big Mardi Gras ing relatives in Portland for a amination may secure blanks
and street dance in the evening. few days. *
from their county clerks, or from
l o c a l garages. Examinations
will be held later in 15 centrally
located cities in the state and
will cover various specialized act-
¡iviti#« of auto trades as well as
the usual lines of motor repair
The board will examine with
written, oral ard manual tests,
prepared, President Boggess de-
c l a r e s , in an understandable
B ake P e rfe c tly
H ave (¡lass Doors
manner and the applicant may Le
Keep W alls C lean an d Food W a rm
examined in any or all subjects
for which he, in his opinion, is
At the touch of a match, you have a flame th at will do
qualified. Upon completion of
your cooking faster and without the dirt of ashes or kind
the tests the applicant will be
rated according to his ability in
ling. You can t>! > get instantly any slower c<x>kir.g flame
at least three classes.
you want, right down to low simmering a simple turn of
Deeming a purely theoretical
the hand wheel does it. The flame is always in plait?
examination unfair to many ex
sight thr« ugh the mica doors.
cellent mechanii's who have had
no theoretical training, such tests
will be omitted. .The classifica
We will he glad to demonstrate to you
tion of mechanics will serve the
the wide range of flame adjustment and
dual purpose of giving credit is
(MU' and to act as-an ince.itiv«' to
ease of New Perfection operation.
others to increase their know
edge ajifd efficiency in their
Mechanics who fail to take
the examination will be subject
-i •• irrvi!*’ of £100 The exam
ination lee wilt ue $o.
Oil Cook Stoves
LILLY HARDWARE CO.
G ('’ .. '! HI JRSDA v . JUNE ¿8¿>I919
Serial No. 1159
MAJ CíN X t
D eR osey'
C C a b o ll
The logging line that the Sil-
verton Lumber Co. will build
through Mehama. will be started
right after the 4th of July. The
line will be about five miles long
and will start from the C. & E.
road about a mile west of Lyons
and run to the big timber of the
Mill company. This will give
Mehama railroad facilities, and
th a t’s fnore than Stayton has.
MEHAMA WILL GET
SCIO RESIDENT DIES
FROM BLOOP POISONING
A ifw fiA
''***** « " » y y s
L n ^ elcij
Mrs. Jos. Lulay, of near Scio,
died at the hospital at Scio on
Tuesday mornsng, June 17th,
1 V I L L A !
from blood poisoning. The de
ceased was 23 years old at the
der g u a rd , o rd e r e d an advan
American In f a n try , cav alry s o d
time of her death.
a rtille ry acroee th e Rio O ra n d e a t
Mrs. Lulay came to this coun
five polnta o n to Mexican to l l to
m eet th e
Angelee-V llla tr o o p s
twenty years ago. She was
which were th e n a d v an cin g on
married to Joe Lulay and leave*
Ju a re x
a husband and five children to
mourn her loss.
President “ Passes Buck” OLD POSTAL RATES
She is also survived by 1 sister,
Mrs. Joseph Silbenagel, 1 brother
Despite the gracious gecture
TO RESUME JULY 1 Louie Gissler and her parents,
with ’which President Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Gissler of Sublimi
passed the wartime prohibitation
Beginrring with the first day of
buck to Congress and despite the July the new rate of postage on
The funeral was held at Sub
well-known ease with which letters and postal cards goes into limity last Thursday morning
weather prophets get 'off on the effect. The postage on a letter with Rev. Father Lainck officiat
wrong foot, we will predict a weighing one bunce or less will ing. Interments was in Subli-
long dry spell beginning with be reduced from three cents t o ! mity cemetery,
July 1st and covering the entire two cents and postal cards will
United States. We are basing be reduced from two cents to one
CUPID BUSY AGAIN
this prediction on the well-known cent, the new’ rates being prac- j
aversion of politicians high and tically the same as were in vogue
Tuesday rooming at the Cath
low to antagonize any organized before the war.
olic Church, occured the wedding
Tiody of men and women able to
Postmasters will redeem all of two of our popular young
deliver a large chunk ofjvotes f. undaffiaged two cent postal
people, when Rev. Father Lainck
o. b. the polling booth. The pro cards and three cent stamped
united in marriage Mr. Josesh G.
hibitionists are numerous, well envelopes, either printed or un
Spaniol and Miss Freda Allis.
organized, efficiently led and printed, at their full value, pro
The bride is one of the popular
their votes are in great demand. vided they are presented by the
school teachers of this and Linn
In fact, the Democratic party original purchaser. These re-
counties and is very popular
cares as little for prohibition as demptions will hot be made in
among the younger set of this
the Germans care for American cash. In each case postmasters ^ m u n T ty .
food. And the party that puts w.ll furnish in exchange for
The groom is a Mn of George
off the dry spell until January is cards and envelopes presented Spanio, and has recently retUrn-
bound to hear from every county for redemption, such postage , ,
, o ™ -. fo„ p„
in* . the , Union.
. . .
. . .
1 he romance was otortoH
only chance of keeping the sands enveloped <*f other denominations >th wajk„ ^ to sp ea k -a n d no
of the Sahara from crossing the | or varities as may be selected by 1 body knows—but us, how happy
Atlantic lies in the willingness of the owner.
we are, now that we are togeth
f he President to take" back the
Postmastere are not allowed to
er again—andjthe world is free,”
buck and proclaim the end of the redeem three cent adhesive post
so say the happy couple.
demobilization period on his own age stamps from the public,
Edward Forrett supported the
initiative. Perhaps his prolong- These stamps will continue to be
groom and Miss Anna Spaniol
ed stay in Paris will give him good for use on mail of all classes
the desire to take this action. requiring stamps to the amount
Mr. and Mrs. Spaniol left for
of three cents or more.
a short honeymoon trip to Port
These redemptions can only be land and other points of interest
at the full value during and will be at home to their
SALEM WANTS YOU the month
of July. A fter that friends soon on the J. B. Jeter
ON JULY FOURTH date postage value only can be place
allowed for the envelopes and
Both the contracting parties
three-fourths of postage for the|
have a host of
j friends who wish
Every person in this vicinity cards. E. D. Alexander, Post» them all the pleasures
of a happy
and especially everv soldiers, master.
sailors and marine or member of
the Student Training Camp or
Mr. and Mrs. V. Dare Slopen - A U w Unt0 H enelf a play
men who wore the uniform is spent Sunday visiting friends in ! ^
win keep your interest to
invited to be in Salem f«>r the big Gervais, Oregon.
the last. Sunday 29th.
celebration and welcome home
for the boys. The boys are to
be provided with all intertain
ment free including passes to
the moving picture shows. The
managers of the Movie Shows
have generously thrown open
i—If you have any needs pertaining to
their houses to every one who
your eyes or eye glasses bear these
wore the uniform and all are
few points in mind: We make thoro examinations of
welcome free. Be sure and read
the eyes wiih the most improved testing instruments.
the big advertisement on the
All testing is done by a trained specialist.
second page of this paper and deB
Every pair of glasses fitted by us is guar
cide to attend at Salem at least
anteed. We make our own lenses. We can
replace any lens you might break, no m atter
who fitted them. Just bring us the pieces. Ì
A picture showing the work of
Our charges are moderate and yon get the
highest class of service. Consult us about
Germany and how she got pos
session of French soil in time of
peace atvl fortified in preporation
for the. great world war. It als >
shows the working «>f the secret
agents from two of worlds great
Jew elers an d O pticians
est powers. Com«1 and se*1 this
X. IT . Cor. Stutc
gigantic picture at Star Theatre *■- Vm<7 LiHertv Street*
S A l.E M , O RBOOM Ji
Hartm an Bros. Co.