The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, July 10, 1919, Image 1

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THE ST A Y ÎO N MAIL
¿5th. Year, No. 26.
S T A Y T O N . M AR IO N C O U N T Y , OREGON. T H U R S D A Y , JULY 10, 1919
Serial No. 1161
LOOKS LIKE A REAL RAILROAD
PORTLAND & SOUTHEASTERN ROAD
BUYING RIGH-OF-WAY IN STAYTON
JOS. STEINKAMP
IKILLEDBYTRAIN
AT THE DALLES
RIGHT-OF-WAY MEN HAVING NO DIFFICULTY IN SECURING
ALL THE LAND THEY WANT LAND OWNERS GETTING
THE AFTER-THE-WAR SPIRIT NEXT TEN DAYS
WILL SEE THE RIGHT OF WAY SECURED
W AS WALKING ALONG TRACK ON W AY
TO HARVEST FIELDS— STEPPED OFF
FREIGHT TRACK IN FRONT OF
PASSENGER T R A IN -D IE S
ON W AY TO HOSPITAL
Art1 the dreams of some o f th«- faster than she ever moved l>e-
Joseph William Steinkamp. son
eitizena o f Stayton' and vicinity fore.
o f Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Steinkamp
to come true?
It seems that
For not only will we l»e able to
of Aumsville, was hit by an O.
such is the case, for during the move our Hnished product out.
W\ R. & N. passenger train at
past two weeks there has been in , but we will be able to bring the
Millers, a short distance from
our midst Mr. Williamson, righ- j raw material in at a greatly r e - '
The Dalles, on Monday morning.
of-way man for the Portland & duced expense. The road which
When William was picked up
Southern Railroad Co., and the' will run east of Stayton. will
he was still breathing, but his
Representative manager o f the penetrate one of the finest tracts
skull was so badly crushed that
company; Mr. M. Lvnott. who of timber that there is in Ore-
: he died on the way to the hospit­
have been here for the purpose gon, as to quantity and quality,
al at the Dalles.
pf picking up where Mr. Lynott With these possibilities in view
The President o f the United States is again at his desk in the White House after an absence of
According to trainmen Stein-
and his men left olT before the j for Stayton. and in fact for all four months spent at the Peace Conference in Paris. He returned Tuesday and was accompanied kamp was walking on the tracks
war.
| o f the Santiam Valley, it should by Mrs. Wilson who has been with them him during the conference.
The party landed in N. Y. ¡carrying a suitcase. He stepped
It will I h * remembered that Mr. inspire every man and woman to Tuesday and in speaking the President said: “ The peace concluded at Paris was a just peace which, off one track to avoid being hit
Lynott and representatives were do everything in their power to ¡f it can l>e preserved, will safeguard the w’orld from unnecessarv bloodshed.”
by a freight train but stepped
here some two years ago or such get the road.
directly in front of the passen­
a matter, for the purpose of get-
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ger train which was passing the
ting right-of-way for a railroad. ,
O B IT U A R Y
I IMCI i r i l T A fA IM
freight.
The work progressed nicely and
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U M E L lu H l A u A IN
The body was taken to Cran­
just as everything was in readi- j The suuject o f this sketch,
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dall’s undertaking parlors at The
Mrs. Malina Faulkner, of Pen­
ness to strike the nail on the Rachel M. Ledgerwood, was born
During the home coming re­
The Rebekah Lodge o f th is, Dalis, where it was prepared for
head to start grading the road, in Atchinson County, Missouri, ceptiun held in Silverton on the dleton. Oregon, who has been
city, held a very interesting! (shipment. The remains arrived
the work was stopped on ac-1 September 11, 1846 and died at 5th o f July, for the returned here visiting her parents. Mr.
weeting on Tuesday evening, Wednesday.
count of the United States going her home in
Stayton, Oregon . soldiers
and sailors. J. E. Hos- and Mrs. Joseph Sestak, over the .
c,
.
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j it
when the new officers of thei Joseph _ William Steinkamp was
into war.
This fact is known July 5, 1919.
age 72 years, 9 rner butted in when Rev. J. A. Fourth, returned to the Round-Up |lodge were installed into their born at Sublimity twenty years
throughout this part of the va l-' months and 24 days. She was Bennett was speaking, saying j city .Monday via auto -and
respective chairs for the regular a« ° and was the y o ^ g e s t son
ley, and it was understood when married to James W. Taylor he was not speaking the truth, was her own car that she made
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Steinkamp
term.
the project was laid aside -on April 21. 1868 and to this union
The speaker was talking of the; the journey in. at that. Prior to
Hobson.
Deputy
i
He was a l i a b l e young man
Mrs. W. H.
account o f the war that it would was born 13 children, 6 boys and pregent conditions in Russia, and' Her leaving, her father. Mr. Sea-'
and
very popular among his as­
President: W. H. Hobson. Dep-1
be taken up again as soon as 7 girls, o f this number 1 0 a re jM jd tbat “ in this country we j t*k presented her with his new
sociates.
He attended school at
uty Marshal; B. A. Schaefer,
Uncle Sam saw fit for the pro­ still living. Their names are as j must bve under one flag or the six cylinder Overland car. Mrs.
Aumsville
and
Sublimity and was
Grand Warden; Miss Ella Will­
follows:
Laura D., Sallie At.. other, the Red. White and Blue . Fanlkner was accompanied by
moters to go ahead.
a
bright
and
attentive
scholar.
iams. Grand Secretary: Mrs. H . ¡
Now that peace has been de­ Mary K.. Myrtle E., Winfred E-, or the Red.”
( her sister Miss Silvia Sestak, who
He
left
a
week
prior
to his sad
Lilly, Grand Treasurer: and Mrs.
clared the lid has been removed John S., Joseph L., Stephen R..
WhenHosmar, who is a strong’ » i l l spend the summer at the H. A. Beauchamp were the past death for the harvest fields o f
and the Portland Southeastern Thomas H. and Charles E. De­ Socialist, interrupted the speaker. F ^ lk n e r home in Pendleton,
officers who had charge of the east<>rn Oregon, and ten days
Railroad Co. has been informed ceased are Ella M., Nellie F. and the boys yelled “ put him out” ! Guy 5sl°0er- who has recently installation.
before leaving joined the Catho-
W. Her husband James and ^
then and there # bunch returned from the army was
that they may
ahead and James
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r,
The new officers are Mrs. Nina
Order of Forresters at Sub-
build their road.
"■ Tay,or d,í
a* ™ tJ O years |of „ jd ie r boys started for th e ,
l * * * * ” ™ “ Ch* f e{ir Ringo. N. G.: Mrs. Edna Sloper.
As stated above. Mr. Lynot ago.
Sister Tayk>r became a ' ntlemen. The president of the and P»oleted «he car to its desu- y G ; Mrs Margaret Schaefer.! His intentions were to stay in
9aved Mr
Ho8mer from nation. Guy has secured a pos.-
an(j M„ £
Starr, Portland for a few days to viait
and Mr. Williamson have prac­ a member of the Baptist church ;d
¡ friends before going to Eastern
tically secured all the right-of- in Stayton in the year 1902 and tome rouKh handIinK by callinff tion in one o f the large garages Treasurer
way the company wants, through lived a faithful member till sh e1 the meeting to order.
at Pendleton and will spend the
TV_ o___ Oregon and his parents thought
The appointive officers are Mrs.
summer there.
this part of the valley, but it was called from this earthly
he was there till they received
Mr. Hosmer has been in the
Anna
Hobson, K. S. o f N. G.;
will take about ten days more to abode to her eternal home in
the sad message o f his death.
limelight before when he was in | Wages For Threshermen
Miss Ella Williams. L. S. of N.
heaven. Sister Taylor was an
get the contracts signed up.
He saw training at the Stu­
the newspaper game some time
G.; Mrs. Emma Sloper. Warden;
Upon a tour of the country a f f e c t i o n a t e wife, a loving
dents
Training Camp at Corval­
The Linn county farm bureau Mrs. Maud Beauchamp, Conduc-
ago. He spent some time in the
that the road will touch in this
lis and was ready to go to his
immediate vicinrtv, we find that hest^of' alt »^earn est ^coi^ecrat- count>r -¡ail at Salem for libel,; has established the following! tor; Mrs. Minnie Caspell, Out- country’s call, but was cheated
phriatinn
Th.> writor of
having been convicted on a charge rates for thrashing crews: Un- side Guardian; Mrs. Marcia, Ma-
the people of Stayton and the
out o f serving the U. S. at the
1 i.
monv nioouani
A made by the Benedictine Fathers skilled labor, advance in price o f yo, Inside Gurdian; Mrs. H. Lil-
farmers of the Santiam Valley words spent many pleasant and,
ioa-
__ t » o
vt
front bv the signing o f the ar­
25c per day. making $3.25 per ly, R. S. V. G.; Mrs. Nore Gard
K
are more than pleased to meet profitable hours with her in her |or
mistice.
day for labor and $4.75 for man ner, L. S. V. G. and Marila
Mr. Lynott, whe is the repre­ home talking o f the great life
The funeral was held at Sub-
Chaplain,
Fire Destroyes Residence and team. Price of threshing per j Gardner,
sentative manager o f the Port­ beyond. Her funeral s e r m o n
.
,
,
.
.
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.
,
limitv
Wednesday morning from
sack was advanced 2c. Wheat
A fte r the installation ceremon-, the Catholic church at 9 0-c|ock
land & Southeastern Railroad was preached by her pastor S. L.
was placed at 25. oats 20 and j ¡es ad were invited to the ban-
Boyce at the Baptist church in
.
,
,
i with Rev. Fr. Lainck, officiating,
Co.
The farm home o f J. P. Ruckel. barley 22*c per sack.
quet room where an abundance Interment was in the Catholic
For the benefit of our read­ Stayton July 7, after which her one mile southwest of Shaw, was!
ers we will state that we have body was tenderly laid to rest in I destroyed by fire on the Fourth
-p h . Thomas, forest ranger of of ice cream and dainty cakes j c e m e t e r v .
pv*i.J K v t h o P A m m i f t o o
,
.
. .
,
looded up this company during the Rocky Point cemetery near Qf July, while the family were j ordarit was ¡n stayton a few were served by the committee.
He leaves to mourn his loss
The hour was late when the his parents, and three brothers.
the past ten days and find that Stayton there to repose in peace; celebrating in Salem. The loss davg thi9 week
Mr. Thomas
it has recently been organized till (iod shall awake the sleeping ¡s estimated at! $3500.00. The reports considerable work beirg jolly crowd disperced, all satis- Henry, Tony and Felix,
The pallbearers were Fred A l­
and incorporated with sufficient dust.
property was insured in th e idone jn that district to illimate fled with the evening’s work.
and
with
bright
prospects
for
a
;
bu8,
Leo Highberger, Alba Zu-
capital to build a road from Stay-
Sister Taylor was a woman of farmers Fire Relief Association I
dangers of fire, and says the
prosperous
year
in
lodge
work.
her,
Eugene
Ditter, Wm. Albus
ton, thence through the Santiam sterling qualities ot character of Sublimity for $1000.
people in general and campers
and
was
respected
and
loved
bv
Valley pass and on to Bend.
•
and Tony Leverman.
'
particularly Are becoming friore
Mr. Lynott advises the people all who knew her. The large
Mrs J. F. Lau and children and
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Miss Ruth Roy left Thursday careful with fires. thu9 lessening
o f Stayton and vicinity that all | crowd attending her funeral was mornjnfi for an extended visit in the work o f the forest fire Mrs. T. J. Creech and children
Mrs. Fisher, o f Salem, is visit-
his c o m p a n y is asking is that the proof of the above statement. Vanciuver B. C. with her sister wardens considerably and great­ spent spent several days last ing at the A very Murphy home
people along the route show To the bereaved family we extend and husband Mr and M r a G C > ly reducing the annual loss caus­ week visiting Salem friends and ' here this week.
their faith in the line by giving o u r heart-felt sympathy a n d Batson
relatives.
ed bv forest fires.
the land to build the road upon, ! prayers.— Communicated
‘
and we quote Mr. Lynot as say-1
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BIRD-EYEING • THE WILLARD-DEMPSEY FIGHT ARENA AND REFERFE
ing: “ That there will be grad-
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fir
ing contractors at work inside ot
CKIIAV f Cl CDD A T Ifill
Curtis Cole was in town Sun­
thirty days after the right-of-
t n J U I v E i L l DKA 1 lUN
day visiting with his parents for
way is secured.”
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a few hours and while here told
Mr. Lynott also stales that the | The people of the Jordan Val-
■pi
the Mail that he and his partner.
JSK&
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road will lw> some ninety m iles1 ley gathered at the Thomas grove
i
w
Raleigh Harrnld had recently
shorter via Stayton to Portland and celebrated the Fourth of
held a sale of Registered Short­
than the present line that ex- July in real American style. The
horn cattle. Seven cows and
tends up the Dechutes river.
day was spent with speaking,
nin£ calves brough $3,300.00
We cannot but feel than when singing and the kids had a great
J x -
The top cow sold for $520.00
this road is completed, that Stay- time competing for first honors
and
the top bull calf for $230.00.
, ton and .vicinity will enjoy the in the various* sports.
There
The
sale was held near Albany
blessings of transportations that was plenty of ice cream and
f l l
on
Saturday,
June 28th.
has been denied her all these other good things to satisfy the
-\r »
Messrs Cole & Harrold are
years and with her convenien- inner man and the day passed
Tiilj photo of th<> Willard Dimpsey fight arena at Toledo. Ohio, was taken from an airplane a! a
height of about a thousand feet, showing the wonderful seating capacity of the lmmen--e structure The
(proprietors o f the Hub Stock
ties we are sure that Stayton- only too quickly.
Mrs. Sarah
Inserted photograph la of Ollle re c o rd , official referee of the Toledo Poxing Commission, who _ was
' Farm and all their stock is regis­
with all her splendid manufaetnr- Cox was the oldest lady at the
selected to officiate in the big scrap.
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I
tered.
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J. E. HOSMER IN THE
PRESENTS OVERLAND CAR REBEKAH LODGE
TO MARRIED DAUGHTER
INSTALLS OFFICERS
REGISTERED STOCK SALE
BRINGS GOOD PRICES
JORDAN VALLEY PEOPLE
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