The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, May 13, 1920, Image 1

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    STAYTON
S T A Y T O N . M A R IO N C O U N T Y . O R E G O N . T H U R S D A Y . M A Y
13, ¡»2 0
Ivan G. Martin
Republican Candidate for
REPRESENTATIVE
T. Ii. Davison, familiarly known
among his friends as *T>eon"
Davidson is in the race for the
nomination on the Republican
ticket us one o f the five men to
represent Murion county in the
next State Legislature.
‘Leon’
Davidson lives on “ Indian Hill
Farm” which heownsaod which
is located south of Salem. He
lias paid taxes in Marion county
for 22 years and has made a suc­
cess of his business.
He is a
Iuw student having attended law-
school und in all his efforts has
applied scientific business meth­
ods. He owns a farm in Yam-
bill county and has other inter­
ests. He is a quiet, unassuming
man; thoughtful of his friends;
ready to ussist a worthy cause,
but never busty in taking up
with mutters until he is sure
that they are for the best inter­
ests of all the people. He has a
large circle of friends in and ar­
ound Salem and is known in most
every corner of t h e county
Those who know him well know
that he is dependable and can
rt|ly on him to represent them in
W. H. Downing, of Shaw, was
in town Wednesday talking poli­
tic* and getting a line on his
many friends and impressing up­
on them that is a candidate for
delegate to the Democratic Na­
tional convention, which meets
at San Francisco on June 28,
Mr. Downing has been identi­
fied with the democratic party
all his life.
He served as chair­
man o f the the Democratic Cen­
tral committee for a number of
years. He was manager o f both
the Chamberlin campaigns in this
county which gave majorities
both times.
Mr. Downing was a member of
the State Board of Agriculture
for eight years, and was presi­
dent o f the board four years.
During that time the large stock
barns were built at the college
and other improvements were
made.
Mr. Downing’s slogan reads:
" I favor the adoption o f the
League o f Nations and the p&-
sage o f progressive measures to
bring the country back toa peace
basis as soon as possible.
The
people’s choice for President will
by my choice.”
I grew up a farmer boy. went
Dr. A. E. Wrightman of Si -
to the country schools, clerked
verton, is a candidate for repre­
in a store; then was city editor
sentative for the legislature of
Announcement was made Sat-
o f the Capital Journal for three
this county on the Republican
urdry o f a partnership formed by
years. Educated in Willamette
ticket and asks your support at
Drs. M. C. Findley, B. L. Steev-
University, Business College and
the coming primaries May 21.
es and H. E. Morris under the
University of California; paid
Dr. Wrightman is well known in
firm name of the Henry E. Mor­
my way through law school by
Silverton
and Marion county and
ris company, and the declared
In the legislature. Senator A. teaching band in San Francisco;
has practiced medicine in J ilver-
purpose o f the firm is to estab­
M. La Follett o f Marion county, am a taxpayer in three counties.
tQn
the past nineteen years. He
lish the largest optical house on
’fought against every road bond
Why I Ask You Support
has extensive property interests
the Pacific coast.
measure. His opposition to good
I am on a special committee to
there,
fie
is
progressive
and
a
The partnership became e ffe c ­
roads was intense, bitter and report at next session on drain­
good business manager and will
tive Monday when Dr. Morris
haoitual. It was supposed noth­ age o f lands.
if elected, make a good repre­
moved into the Salem Bank of
ing could change it.
I believe that regulations could
sentative. Dr. Wrightman, while
Commerce building w’here nearlv
He
dropped
in
to
see
his
neigh­
be
enforced to more effectively
he is a candidate for this im­
the whole of the second floor will
bor
C.
C.
Chapman
o
f
Howell,
prevent
profiteering; believe that
portant office, did not seek it.
I k * occupied by the firm.
Dr.
just
across
the
Willamette
river
the
voters
of each county should
He was urged by the Commun­
Morris w ill he manager o f the
from
the
celebrated
La
Follett
fix
the
salaries
of their county
ity Club of Silverton and a large
ne,v firm.
peach
orchard
in
Mission
Bottom,
officials.
L
et’s
take
it out o f the
number o f his friends to make
Drs. Findley and Sleeves are
where
the
senator
grew
the
first
legislature.
There are other
the run and consented, and as
widely known as occuiists and
Silverton is the second highest loganberries that ever were measures for your interest.
rank high in the profession. Dr.
taxed city, paying nearly a mil- grown in Oregon on a commer­
Morris is comparatively a new
ion and a quarter in taxes and cial scale. The two cronies pas­
man in Salem, having come to
has had no representative for the sed the time of day and looked
that city about a year ago, estab­
at some of Chapman’s hogs and
past eight years.
lishing offices at 306 State street,
Dr. Wrightman is not a pro­ calves.
where he has enjoyed a nice bus­
“ Chapman, I ’ m for the bonds,”
fessional politician, but w ill make
iness. Eor three years Dr. Morris
finally
blurted out the old sena­
a strong candidate as w'ith his
was a member of the state board
wide acquaintance and clean tor who had led the fight against
of optometrists, has been vice
record as a successful business every state and county bond is-
president o f the national assodis-
man he should receive the solid sue that had been up for years.
tion of the state boards and also
| support of Silverton and that
at one time was president o f the
¡coupled wi ith the large vote that Chapman amazeu
Oregon Association o f Optome­
| he will draw throughout the
“ The state road bonds, the
trists.
Is a candidate for election as ¡county, we predict will assure amendment I voted against, rais-,
The new firm w ill occupv near­ Delegate to the Republican N a­ I the doctor of a seat in the legis­
ing the limit from 2 'Jc t o 4 # , ” |
ly all of the second floor o f the tional Convention from the First
lature.
he responded.
“ I ’ m for the|
Bank of Commerce building and Congression District,
and his
This is one of the rare cases measure. I looked over the fig-
will conduct both a retail and a number on the official ballot is
that seldom happen in present ures t^at those expert account-
wholesale business.
The new- No. 30.|
day politics -a case where the ant9 figured up, and I ’ m satis-
firm will occupy time rooms, two
Mr. Tooze says my 'slogan is: office seeks the man, not the
1 believe that your delegation
the bonds won’ t raise mv
of which will be in use by the “ Republican Victory supreme
man the oflice. Such men, when taves> so I ’ m for ’em, as I want should have an attorney as one
wholesale department. The lens National Importance; For Presi­
put in oflice always make good. vvant all the goon roads I can o f its members for the reason
grinding department w i l l be dent, your choice my choice” ’
Silverton Tribune.
get. ¡ f they are going to be that he would doubtless be a
equal to any on the coast when It is my honest opinion thrt a
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built in time for me to use them member of the laws committee
fully established, making it un­ republican victory next fall is
they had better hurry up and where a great many important
necessary to send outside o f Sa­ absolutely essiential to the fu-
If
KIT
A ft» l C
f
build them, for I am getting old. measures are acted upon.
lem for anything in the optical turejwelfare o f America. De­
you
belive
from
my
experience
I really don’ t deserve any reads.
line.
feat would be interpreted here
and record that 1 am efficient
Shocks
fnmmnnttv
the way I ’ ve fought ’em. but I
and abroad as an approval o f the
U JIIlIIlim uy guess I ’ ll get them all right.” he and deserving and that I, owing
A STRONG ENDORSEMENT
autocracy and obivious mistakes
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continued with a wink. “ I ’m to this experience and personal
o f the present administration, as
A fter several years of failing getting all my neighbors to vote acquaintance with the members
well as offe r encouragement to
of the legislature, can serve you
health. Mrs. Albert Frank died for the measure.”
’ ’ ¡e radical and disloyal elements
more effectively in the next ses­
at her home at Rock Point. Sat-
“ Yes, I voted against the
now infesting American public
sion. I will appreciate ydur sup­
urday morning. May 8th, at the measure, but I ’ m for it now,”
life. Domestic concerns, as well
port and will strive to be fair
age o f 52 years. 5 months and he concluded
“ L e t’s get the
as international difficulties, de­
22 days.
roads built just as soon as r/e and shall at all times solicit your
mand a change o f administration
advice and help.
Augusta Caroline Melcher was can. We are paying our license
so that our people may cope with
born near Berlin, Germany, Nov- fees and gas tax. and we may as
the grave situations confronting
Verntfn L. Moore, District man­
ember 16th, 1876. She came to well g et the roads.
them by the oppfication of the
ager of the Famous Players Las-
America with her parents at the
The bonding measure comes up
rules of Americanism as promul­
ky corporation was in Stayton
age o f six months, settling in before the people at the May 21
gated and upheld by the republi­
Wednesday of last week.
Mr.
can party.
Firmly believing
Moore is making his semi-annual
tour of the northwest territory
arranging the summer and fall
exhibition franchises for the new
Paramount and Artcraft pictures.
He arranged for the amusement
lovers o f Stayton an opportunity
to see some of the big ones such
as Male and Female. The Mira­
cle man. The Copperhead. Huck­
leberry Fin and many other such
attractions that are showing at
O f Jefferson, Republican can­
big theaters in the cities.
didate for Representative of Mar
ion county, was born at J effer­
As deputy Secretary of State
son in 1852.
He attended Jef­
for more that eight years past.
ferson institute and Willamette
Sam A. Kozer, Republican candi­
A family re-union was held university and has been a lead­
date for Secretary o f State, has
¡Sunday, May 2nd at the home of ing farmer and breeder o f pure
gained an intimate knowledge of
liewis Stout in honor of his 91st bred Jerseys in Marit n county
State affairs.
He promises, i f
birthday May 3rd. The follow­ for years.
He was a member
elected,
to
insist
on the strictest
ing children were present: Miss of the 11)1!) legislature and presi­
economy
in
all
state
activities.
Anna Stout. Mrs. Joseph Steph­ dent for three terms of the state
“
My
9ole
aim,”
says
Mr.
Kozer
ens of Portland, Mr. Ray Stout board o f Agriculture and a mem­
in his statement in the voters’
of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Lu­ ber for many years.
pamphlet, "shall be to insure
ther Stout of Stayton, Mrs. Ben
His slogan is: “ Farmer: will
for the people o f the state the
Irving o f Wilber, Wash., Mrs. serve county and state to the
greatest
degree of efficiency at
Clara Mulkey of Corvallis and best of my ability.”
the
smallest
possible cost guid­
. Mrs. Alpha Horner o f Mill City.
ed
solely
by
sound
business prin­
A daughter Mrs. Mary Mulkey
I f nominated and e l e c t e d
ciples
and
common
sense.”
It
Secretary of State San A. Kozer,
is
such
men
as
Mr.
Kozer
the
Charles Ray burns the dirt in
now Deputy Secretary o f State,
people are demanding for public
promises to give to that office Greased Lightning Sunday. Star
office. Mr. Kozer is deserving
and spends part of his time out that high degree o f efficiency Theatre.
of your vote in the j rimary elec­
in his garden and
walking which the people are justified in
tion. May 21st.
The
Copper
Head
is
coming.
around the town.
demanding of a public official.
Sudden Death Of
MTS* Albert rrank