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THE STAYTON MAIL
S T A Y T O N . M ARIO N C O U N T Y , O REG O N . T H U R S D A Y , APRIL 15, 1920
26th. Year, No. 9.
James J. Corbett AT STAR THEATRE
“THE WORLDS FAMOUS BOXER"—STARRING IN
“ The Midnight M an"
c A N ew Serial
Prices 1 5 c a n d 3 0 c
Also Douglas Fairbanks in
and 2 Reel Comedy
9 Reel Show
M. VERNON PARSONS
FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE FISH HATCHERY ON
MARTIN FILES AS CAN-
DIDATE FOR LEGISLA-
OF LANE COUNTY FILES CH E ESE F A C T O R Y IS
STOUT CREEK IS NEAR-
NO GOOD MOVEMENT
HEADED THIS WAY
DIDACY FOR ASSESSOR
TURE FROM THIS CO.
FOR SEC’Y. OF STATE
PLANNED FOR STAYTON
The State Kish Hatchery thatl Roliert H. Bean, President o f
Word comes from Salem that
Ivan G. Martin, who haa rep-
M. Vernon Parsons o f Lane
The movement has been on
Marion county in the
county, the only soldier candi foot for some time among a num
sessions o f the
date, Wednesday filed his de ber of our progressive tmsinessi
in the spee-
claration for the Kepublican nom
ination for Secretary o f State.
Ht the last few days the project haa few days.
The new building League, danger to the principles ^teelhamtncr for county assessor, day filed his candidacy with* the
Parsons volunteered to the first
hatching troughs of our government.
Mr. Bean He is a mem jer of the association secretary of state for another
officers’ training camp, failed to xeemed
and a leader in Salem musical j hitch on the job.
At the request of a few farm- «nd will be used for salmon and says:
receive a commission, returned
I have been up in a section of circles. The resolution adapted j Mr. Martin has on his record
home, underwent a surgical op era the Business Men’s le a g u e , trout.
Owing to the lateness in get- the country that it seems is al- declares confidence in Mr. Steel- [ several important measures, am-
eration in order to fit himself for o f Slayton has been persuaded to
service, then enlisted in the Ma call a meeting of the fanners in ing the troughts in shape there most set off by itself; a region hammer’s ability tc conduct th e; ong these is the act restoring
office in an able manner.
dower and courtesy, introduced
rines, was later commissioned this vicinity, which will be held will not be any salmon handled where school, counties, yes and
at the request o f the grange, and
from the ranks, and fought at the Star Theater, on Saturday thiB year but a large number o f even congressional districts, are
which was passed after strong
completely controled by an or-
throughout the war with the afternoon, April 17th at 2 o'clock. trout will be cared for.
Another m e a s u r e
This project promises to be- ganization; where banks and bus-
Marines in the Second Division,
Speakers who have had ex
was cited by General Pershing perience in the cheese making come one o f the leading hatch- iness institutions are owned by a |
i through was that providing
for gallantry in action and bril business at Tillamook, will be eries of the state, It is learned political organization, and that is
packed in Oregon must also be
liant leadership, returning home present and the League has a
Several measuies to
a first Lieutenant.
He asks to promise of a speaker from the
labor lein lavs, in-
have printed after his name on cheese department at O. A. C.
Mr. Martin were
the ballot the following 12 words
Mr. McIntosh, who i» running
’¡Republican, only soldiar candi- j the co-oi»erative creamery at come the greatest Steel Head
He introduced a measure pro
“ It is headed west with its re- Wednesday evening, April 21, at
date; better schools; develop O re-; Richardson’s Gap will be at the trout nursery in the country.
that railway companies
gun; reduce taxes; business a d -; meeting also,
establish and maintain
The program comprises a care-
His one hun- j The question o f co-operative er o f the projpet and representa- zation that in dduously intrudes
a bill to amend
dred word platform filled with cheese making will be discussed tive o f the legislature, has se- itself into the confidence and f u l l y prepared list from sacred
his declaration is as follows; " I f from ail angles and the meeting cured an appropriation of $4,000 gains the support of that class of golos to operatic airs, and there-
for« appeals to all sincere lovers
nominated and elected I will, will be both instructive as well more from the State Fish and
Game Commission, which will
of the divine art. This enter
during my term o f office, instill j as interesting.
tainment is for the benefit of the
the same energy and efficiency
The League has mailed a large insure the completion of the plant
ter equipped to exert its power Gym fund of the Staygon high publican club, several rmuaurea
into the employes under my* number o f circular letters an immediately.
This makes a total of $11,000 and spread its influence. It is a school and promises to be one of to improve and clarify existing
charge that characterized my di nouncing the meeting, to the
vision (Second Division) in bat farmers and they wish us to appropiated for the plant." The deadly parasite that fastens itself the best attractions o f its kind laws and measures amending
insurance and corporation
tle. reduce expenditures by cut state that it is not their inten legislature in 1919 voted $5.000 upon a community, and fattens on the road,
have been productive
ting out "red tape” and not tion to miss anyone they may for the project and later Mr. upon the resources of the sec-j
revenue for the
using state postage stamps, sta have done so. But every farmer Hughs succeeded in getting $2.- tions in which it is planted. I t ; Plantonic love is the gun that
the grain staM&
tionery and stenographers to ad and all others who are interest 000 from the fish and game com appeals to the farmer with prom -! goes off half cocked,
ardization bill and at the
ises of high prices for his p ro-'
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vertise my name, and as repre ed. are invited to attend the mission fund.
session was active in keeping Hie
sentative o f JLhe people on the meeting. Don’ t forget the date,
gasoline test law from being re
many important State Boards Saturday April 17th at the Star
pealed. He stood for good
more crates o f Chinese Phesants
give a square deal to all, keep Thèatre at 2 p. m.
and progressivene » in a
to this conntv in addition to the
down taxes without being ’pen
R is t a far
four crates already due to arrive
ny wise and pound foolish', en
shortly. Mr. Hughes will also
courage development, better mar
o f the ji
I herby announce my candid- receive a quantity o f Phesant
keting facilities for products and
The office re acy for the office of Coroner of eggs which will arrive about the
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quires a business executive, ac Marion County, subject to th e. middle o f this month, and they
countants and bookkeepers will approval of the Republican vot- ‘ will be hatched under setting
'bakery at Vancouver and ex-
he hired; this means a business ers at the Primaries. May 21st. hens in the poultry yards in that
I pects to open two more in Port-
administration by a b u s i n e s s This office has been held by the vicinity.
i land soon.
same man for 24 years.
insurance code, provisions o f
lieve a change at this time would
which bring over $200,000 net
Card of Thanks
be for the best intervals o f the
T A K E N U P U r g e Scotch county, and if nominated and
income to the state.
h e a n d -T W O -S T A M r ' in S A M « ;
We wish to extend our sincere
Mr. Martin is a graduateof
Collie male dog. with white col elected I will perform the duties
f i x b u t l a d is rescued .
appreciation and thanks to our
University and o f the
lar, long shaggy hair, very friend o f the office in the most efficient j
neighbors and friends for their
University of California and is
ly. came to my place Monday. ¡*"d economical manner.
! “ in d n e» -nd helk during the
now a member of the faculty o f
burial of our infant b«ioy, also
April 12. Owner can have same
Ltoyd T’ R,Rdon’ | The Et0ue de L’Est Club met
the Willamette college of law.
TM* tT»ln from the Fast. hour» Into ; for the singing and beautiful
by calling on J. F. Richards, at
c f The Midnight
Thursday afternoon, April 8
ln‘* f floral offerings.
Stay ton Oregrn, Phone 75.
P Neibert *nfl Mrs C io n s » nd.
Dug Fairbanks Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Stevely
A »«Idler l*«y, ■ aerfraat. »ervk>»
V. Dare Sloper as hostesses.
hat p t ilN despondently down over his
They had planned a “ Spring eye*. sot and stared aahHuklugly out (
Flower Party” which was carried o f ths window Into tho fierce blasts o f j
out in every detail. The spacious snow. His sem inal« struck up s con-
versatIon with him. s fie r several over [
rooms of the Neibert home were tures had failed.
beautifully decorated with flow
"C er. hut this storm sure Is getting
ers appropriate to the occasion me In h a d !" sslil the hoy. ‘T ill 13
hours over my leave now. Me for the
Several flower contests com h oo-jn w , for s u r e !”
prised the afternoon’s entertain
T h e passenger listened t« the story
ment o f which Mrs. Elder and aiut then reauesteil the soldier lo lei
him *ik e hi* pass s minute. The pas- :
Mrs. Brewer won first honors »en
ter went lip to the other end o f the |
The flower scheme was carried m r Hlid sul down with another man.
out throughout the luncheon Soon he heekoned to the senceunt.
When the lad got to the oilier end
which was served by the host
o f the enr and saw two stars on either
Those present were shoulder o f the mini the passenger hint
Mesdames Elder. Hobson. Smith consulted he saluted.
“ Sergei}nt.” said the officer. “ I've
Darbv, Missler, Brewer. Sloper
explained on the hack o f thl* pu»s that !
Humphreys. Taylor, Herrington. the »Bine stiiyn'i th at'delayed you also
Follis. Ringo, Mayo, Sloper and held me (nick. In etise they don't he I
llevr this Is my signature. here's m\
AT HIGH SCHOOL AUDIT.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21
CLUB MEETS AT
COUNTRY HOME OF
MRS. C. P. NEIBERT
-P h o to by Nick MrtKinüUl
LEO NARD W OOD VISITS TH E U N IV E R SITY OF MICHIGAN.
l'Ialite show s Leonard W ood hclny
h.v n cm um kttv o f »tiidentt
follow in g hi« address to the student had) Ut the University o f Michigan. L.
L. Stevenson, one o f tin -Ululent», 1» »linking hum!» with the can didate fot
the R*i»uhllcnn nominili ton.
Mrs. A. Kitsch has gone to
Colorado in response to a mes
sage announcing the serious ill
ness o f her grandson, who is
sick with pneumonia.
FROM ARMY JAH.
ran i, (liv e them l*>th."
The soldier walked back to his scat i
Then he looked Hi thr card. It -nld |
— P r o t o b y N ic k M c D o n a ld .
"M ajor O oners I l.eotuird W ood. Coin
L eon ard W ood. In his recent South D akota -tour, uncovered what In- h«».
launder, 1'imtrtit I.Vpnrtiueut."
io 'v s Is an old relative in tier rge L. W ood, with whom l.o in shown ihnklna
“Cun you heat It?" mused the dmig1
l»oy. as lie stared out the window m u « ltn.l*. Roth sre o f old M b s*uchinsetts stock, and lieUevu thot the fam ily
ffiea^e crosses som ew here along the line.
more, hut ihl« time with a wMu grin.