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    THE STAYTON MAIL
S T A Y T O N , M A R IO N C O U N T Y . O REG O N. T H U R S D A Y , O C TO B E R 2, 1919
25th. Year, No. 37.
IDO ROOSEVELT SELLS STAYTON WEST
THEODORE
STAYTON MAIL ROUTE
* AS $ ifcNRYM. DOLLARD
KNEW HIM IN BOYHOOD Ben Gehlen, who has had the'
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No. 1173
THERE IS PLENTY
THE HUB STOCK FARM
DOES BIG BUSINESS
OF ADVENTURE IN
LIFE IN THE NAVY Cole and Harold, proprietors o f
the Hub Stock Farm six miles
The deepest yearning for a na- east of Albany who has some fine
‘ ‘ Roosevelt was one o f the
val career lies in the heart of the registered Short Horn cattle at
moat puny kids that I ever saw“
boy who lives farthest from the the state fair report doing a thri­
remarked Henry L. Dollard. who
ocean waves.
Why this is so no ving business in the sale of re-
knew tho Colonel Ht Oyster Bay.
one knows. It may be that “ dis- gistered cattle for breeding pur-
A t that time Roosevelt and his
tance lends enchantment,“ o r , poses at various points along the
parents lived on an estate very
! that far away pastures wear th e' coast. They sold a fine animal
near the water, and the first
| tinge o f greenest green. This yesterday to T. J. Mullen o f
summer young Roosevelt and
does not mean, however, that Kneeland Humbolt county, Cali-
the boys in the neighborhood
boys who are brought up within i fornia and another to F. T. Bur-
AI hm ! Poor Editor
would go in bathing from the
sight o f the ocean never set sail blutt o f Warrington, Oregon.
old steamboat dock.
When a plumber makes a mis­
thereon. They do, for the spirit
They recently sold to other
“ Roosvelt was then about 16 take he charges twice for it.
of adventure is urgent in the California buyers.
The propri­
When a lawyer makes a mis­
years old,” said Dollard.
“ He
breast o f all youth.
etors o f the Hub Stock Farm are
was game to the core and would take he has a chance to try the
There you have the key to boy- rustling young business men and
follow any strong boy.
They case all over again.
hood’ s salt w^ter ambitions, and are worthy o f success.—Albany
When a carpenter makes a nds- j
used to play stump the leader,
it is one of the compelling reas- Democrat.
take
it is just what he expected, j
and although Roosevelt was not
ons why naval life is luring to ! Messrg ^
and Haro,d are
When a doctor makes a mis­
as strong as the other boys, he
the young man. O f course, there ^
Stayton ^
and have
managed to do just what they take he hurries it.
is patriotism—that desire to fig h t; \ many friends here who will be
When a judge makes a mistake
did. I ’ ve seen them in bathing
for home and native land, but glad to hear o f their success in
many a time. The leader would it becomes the law of the land.
this is predominant only when the stock business.
When a preacher makes a mis­
make a fancy dive otf the dock
the nation is upon the verge of
and Roosevelt would follow. O f­ take nobody knows the difference.
war, or is engaged in conflict.
Card of Thanks.
ten 1 thought he would never • But when an editor makes a
It has been said that i f ships i
We
wish to thank all those
come to the surface, but he did, mistake Good Night!
rode on wheels and sailed over
who
so
kindly assisted us during
and swam back to the dock,
dry land never a boy you’ t find
the
long
sickness and at the bur-
Bill Hart at Star Theatre Wed­
ready for the next stunt.
who would give a thought to a
rial
o
f
our
beloved w ife and
naval career. The water is the
, Dollard watched the young nesday in a 2 reel western.
Also for the many
lure, unknown shores, dreamed- mother.
man grow up, saw how he im­
beautiful floral offerings.
of
harbors
in
out-of-the-wav
cor­
proved each year, • nnd when he
WOMAN IN FIRST
Signed—Grandma Follis
ners o f the world, something dif­
returned from the west, said
STATE-OWNED
BANK
ferent and something new.
Hilda Trask
that one who had seen the young
And all these things accom­
G- B. Trask
man before would never have
pany life in the navy where
there are no com fields to plow,
recognized him.
It was just
Douglas Fairbanks at the Star
no grain to thresh and no lawns
grit and determination, and these
O B IT U A R Y
S C H O O L N O TE S .
Theatre
Sunday in Arizona.
to
mow.
Instead
there
are
spread
qualities he had all through life,
before your eyes the wonders of
commented Dollard.
The annual reception for the the world and all the inhabitants
N O TIC E
The subject of this sketch,
Natives o f all lands,
Oregon’ s quota to raise a fund
teachers and new students, which thereof.
civilized and savage parade be­
Susan Francis Follis, was bom
for a Roosevelt monument, is
is always held at the beginning fore the eyes o f the sailor lad.
Frsa the Stayton Light and Power Co.
near Kingston, Linn county,
$37,500.00. The names of all the
of each school year, will be given
Instead of a home and barn
Oregon. March 29. 1867 - aged
donors will be sent to the Nation­
Friday evening at the high and village store he dwells where
OFFICE HOURS
53 years, 5 months and 1 day.
al Committee and they will final­
where decks
school gymnasium. More details hugh
. . cannon
,
, bristle,
,,
,
. Our office will be open for col-
She lived with her parents
ly be placed in the national me­
concerning the reception will be
lection, for the fin * ten days o f
are.' And because all this is dif-
.
Henry J. and Mary J. Follis in
morial at Washington, D. C.
given next week.
ferent it is only natural that it i eac*1 month. from 1 p. m. to 6 p.
Linn county, until November 7, j
Oregon’s quota will be in the
m. each afternoon, (except Sun-
The following officers o f the should appeal to boyhood.
1894, when she was united in
shape o f a free-will offering rath­
T h » •State Bank" la a realltr
L ife in the navy, however, day.)
Junior
Class
have
been
elected:
In North Dakota. Th » Sr«t bank
marriage to G. B. Trask o f Stay-
er than a drive for funds.
_____
v-
Pres. Maysel Montgonery; vice- isn’t all a matter o f globe trot - 1
to b» owned and operated by a
ton,
Ore., where she has since re
ting, sightseeing and hobnobbing
•tat» haa been establlahed at Far­
TE
LE
PH
O
N
E
Pres., Leo Willing; Sec.-treas., with other races and other peo­
go. the Brat o f a group o f public­
sided until her death, which oc­
We have two phones on the
Mr. and Mrs. Kd Taylor were
ly ownad Institutions to begin
Clara Mielke; member of execu­ ples. Nor, on the other hand is
curred September 28, 1919.
operation.*
And
a
woman.
Mlaa
in town Sunday arranging for
it all a matter o f scrubbing decks, sarrie line, so in case there is no
tive committee, Norval Fisher.
P. A. Benaon, Is one of the bank
To this union was bom three
their son Elmer to attend high
officer», being deputy director la
The Senior Class have elected burnishing brass and stoking one at the office the phone will
children, two o f which died in
tba farm loan department.
furnaces. But for the boy filled ; probably be answered from the
school here this winter.
infanev, one remaining— Hilda, the following officers: P r e s . , with the desire for adventure residence and the business taken
Arthur Kelly; vice-Pres., Hugh there is plenty o f it in life in the
ten years o f age.
Her father
care of.
Rossell; Sec-treas., Philip Weia- navy.
preceeded her to the heavenly!
STREET LIG H TS
And
Secretary
Daniels
has
an­
enberger; member o f Executive
home over three years ago.
In case your street light is out
nounced
a
man
shortage
in
the
committee, Philip Weisenberger;
Pacific fleet, therefore extra in­ phone to us. Do not wait for
She leaves to mourn her death
Sergeant at arms, Lyle Ice.
ducements
o f travel in the Ori­ your neighbor. It is impossible
one little daughter, her mother,
ent will likely result in many ad­
A
number
o
f
new
students
husband, two brothers, J. T. and
venturous young Americans soon for us to survey lights every day
Calf food, calf meal and numeaous other foods that
W. F. Follis and a great host of registered at the high school smelling the salt o f the peaceful and i f we are not notified your
have been advocated under these names have met with utter
Monday.
friends and acquaintances.
Pacific.
light may be out several days.
failure because they have had no purpose whatever.
The
Stayton
schools
were
clos­
She was stricken down with
You will meet with the same failure if you try to sell
that
dreadful scurge known as ed Friday, September 26, so that
calf food or calf meal because it is a different food entirely
influenza on January 14. follow­ the teachers and students were
from Mutual Compound.
ed by pneumonia which resulted able to attend the State Fair.
TH IS IS V E R Y IM P O R T A N T
Howard Baldwin and Glady’s
in death.
Mutual Compound is a food prepared by scientists for
Finley
have been absent from
Sister Trask professed faith
raising calves and pigs. It is compounded for the purpose
in Christ in October 1913 and the first grade this week.
o f substituting the mother’s milk.
Mildred Crabtree a first grade
united with the first Baptist
The food contains the properties necessary to develop
pupil
started to school Monday.
church of Stayton, and was a
bone, tissue and fat and to develop it in the same way that
faithful, devoted member till
Wilbur Lesley entered the 2nd
whole milk will develop it.
God called her home.
grade Monday.
As I understand Mutual Compound, it answers the
Sister Trask, or Susie as she
same purpose for calves and pigs and other sucking animals
Miss Ruby reported the pupils
was familiarly known was a in the first and second grades
as Mellen’s Baby Food or other compounded foods answer
woman o f stearling qualities of are making a doll house for their
for the human life.
character, a devoted w ife and art work,
Certainly there can be no question about the ability of
mother,
a kind and benevolent
scientists to compound a food that will feed calves when
neighbor and best o f all a de­
scientists have already compounded foods to feed the human
A U C TIO N SA LE
voted and consecrated Christian.
infant.
An investigation on your part or on the part of a dairy­
That she was held in the high­
I will sell at public sale to the
man will prove beyond a doubt that the compounded foods
est esteem and love is proven by highest bidder, at the Letteller
for human infants have proven successful and. therefore,
the fact that a great crowd at­ place two miles west of Mill City ;
Crates Furnished
we have no hesitancy in recommending a compound food for
tended her funeral despite the
ON OCTOBER 4TH
calves and pigs.
inclement weather.
Really we are enthusiastic over it and after explain­
Her funeral sermon was preach Eight head o f cattle, 1 team, 4 1 \
ing it to the modern, up-to-date dairymen, they have also
cd by her pastor S. L. Boyce, as­ sows and 35 little pigs, 15 goats,
become enthusiastic because they can see the immense sav­
sisted bv W. J. Warren, of the farm impliments. household goods
ing it means to the dairymen o f the Northwest.
M. E. church, on Sept. 30. after and many other small articles.
We have received our first shipment and are able Ito
which her body was was tender­ Nick Topolos, Owner, Ben T. J
fill orders promptly and we are very anxious to have every
ly laid to rest in Lone Oak ceme­ Sudtell. Auctioneer.
dairyman try at least one pail.
We prefer having them try
tery at Stayton beneath a mound
two pails because they enn make a better comparison by
J. G. Halfman arrived with
of beautiful flowers, there to
raising two calves than by raising one.
his
family from Woodlake. Cali­
rest in quiet peace till God shall
mail route from Stayton to West
Stayton for a long time, sold out
to Herman Marking. Mr. Mark­
ing took charge of the route on
October 1st.
Bun has purchased an interest
in a big farm near Connell Wash., '
and will move there in the near
future.
ATTENTION DAIRYMEN
Received Every" Day"
Till 9 o’Clock p.m.
Highest Market Price Paid
We are exclusive agents for Stayton and vicinity
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wake the sleeping dust.
To the g rie f stricken family
we extend our hearfelt sympathy
and prayers.
Contributed
fornia last Saturday, and are
stopping at the Lesley hotel. Mr.
Halfman is looking for a piece of
farm land and intends to locate
here.
Chas. Gehlen
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