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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1920)
THE STAYTON iM AIL
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 , JUNE 17, 1920
26th. Year, N o 13
HAS SERVED NOTICE
'STAYTON GIRL IS
OF RAISE IN THE
DAY AT SALEM
CLEO CHANCE HAS CLOSE BIG DANCE AT
Brand New Maxwell
CALL WHEN DYNAMITE
THE DOEFLER BARN
CAP IS EXPLODED
SATURDAY, TUNE 19
1920 Model Touring
Car is Grand Prize
Cleo Chance, the ten year old
GanAier Bennett of the Slav-
Saturday at Salem occurred
There w ill be a big dance at
son of Mr. Harry Chance and
ton Ouch Co. has served notice the marriage of Mias Velma
the Doefler place on Saturday
Mrs. Hattie Chance, had his face,
on water users in Stayton that Hailev, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
night, June 19. This is the date
chest and arms badly torn by the
Iiegitming July 1st the present j Lee Bailey of Stayton to Mr.
of the Waldo Hiil Pioneer Asso
explosion of a dynamite cap last
rate of $7 per horsepower will be Koyal Fox of Mill City,
ciation Picnic in Hunt’s Grove.
raised to $15. The public service
The ceremony was ¡>erformed
Good music will be furnished and
- The children were left at home
commission will probably give by Judge Hushey.
preparations are being made to
alone and they found the cap in
them a hearing soon.
The happy couple went to Port-!
take care of a large crowd at the
an old trunk and proceeded to
land and other (mints of interest
dance. This dance is licenced
light it with the above results.
for a short honeymoon and will |
and good management is assured.
Dr. Beauchamp w’as was sum-
l>e at home to their many friends [
Come and you will not be sorry
mond and picked the pieces of
at Mill City soon.
that you attended.
shell from his face and arms and
On Tuesday morning at eight-
The Mail joins with a large \
according to latest reports the
thioay, at the Catholic church, at circle of friends of both the cor-
lad was holding his own.
O B IT U A R Y
Sublimity, occured the marriage; trading parties in wishing them!
of Miss Katie Van Handle, dau-1 bon voyage o'er life’s matra-! Seven Weeks Drive For Subscriptions Opens June 21.
Enter Now Stayton baseball boys will
ghter pf Mr. and Mrs. J. B. , monial seas.
The subject o f this sketch,
And Be Among First In Field.
journey to Mt. Angel. Sunday
Van Handel of Stayton, t° Mr.
Mary J. Williams Follis was born
where the will croes tats with
Sitn Ktzel o f Portland.
in Cass County, Missouri, Oct.
that team. The game between
Fr. Luinrlv pronouncing the
1840. and died June 11. 1920,
We are out for 2000 new sub
Mill City and Stayton last Sun
words that made them man and P n r t la n r l
0 »-o ^ h r e \ e.
7 months and 24 day.
scribers! Are you witr. us?
day was called o ff on account of
wife.in the presence of a large! • 0rXI3nU| U iC . Prop. I he
married to Henry
While The Stayton Mail al-l
the rain. If the weather is fav
number of friends and relatives place to stop while attending the
13. 1859, at Scio,
ready enjoys a wide circulation immediate enhancement to the orable there v ill be a large de-
o f the contracting parties.
Shrine Convention, Izarge por-j
in this community, this news potency o f tht? newspaper as an j legation of rooters go with the
Miss Nettie Van Handel, sister ches and shkde trees. All par-
paper is desirous o f increasing advertising nqedium; a large boys to Mt. Angel.
o f the bride was bridesmaid, and ades pass directly in front of
its family of readers in Stayton number o f Stayton and Marion
the groom was attended L>y his house. Kxcellent accomodations!
County’s hustlers will be richer
We note in the big automobile
I —Room and hoard for $3.00 peri
Mrs. Follis was a devoted Chris
With this end in view we have in iKxrkct book as a result there contest, just closed at Lebanon
The bridal costume was white day.
4 blocks N. Washington
and lived an exemplary
planned, and today announce the of and there will be a great last Saturday evening, that Mrs.
chasmoire satin, and the maid of*St. on 23rd St. Car 4 block E. ,
life. She was loyal to
most liberal prize offering ever amount o f satisfaction, in that, Albert Neitling, formerly of
honor wore blue mesaline.
at 735 Hoyt St.
to her church and
made the newspajter reading besides the general good engend Stayton, took second Diace secur
After the ceremony and con-
Mrs. Dora Shreve.
public in this section o f the state ered and prestige gained for this ing a trip to the Yellowstone
gratuiations a wedding dinner
June 1 ’¡•24
She1 was the mother o f 3 child
—a campaign in which a brand newspaper will be most estimable. Nationat Park. The Baby Grand
was served at the home of the i
— -■ —
2 boys and 1 girl. Her sons
i touring car was won by D. H.
Short and Snappy Affair
new 1920 model Maxwell touring
and in the evening about a hun-j Mrs. Wm Myers, o f Mill City,!
living. J. T. and W. F.
Long. ________ _________
car, worth $1335.00; a free sum
The campaign will not be a
dred and fifty friends and re!*- was visiting in Stayton, Tuesday. I
daughter, Mrs. Susan
mer vacation trip to Yellowstone long drawn out affair extending
lives gathered at the C. O. F. I
preceded her to the
National Park or any place equi over a period of several months,
Hall arid spent the evening in
seven months ago.
distant; a beautiful solitaire dia hut ¡3 o f seven weeks’ ^ duration
mourn her death
mond ring; Musikland phono only. Think of being able tose-
M , Ktzel receive,!
2 sonn, 2 sisters and a host of
graph, besides a veritable show sure in seven weeks time prizes
a number o f presents. They
friends and relatives.
er of gold coin, all of which will that yould ordinarily require
will leave Saturday for i'ortland
Her ftTfrierra! seriuon was
l»e awarded free Saturday night, months, even years, of saving State-wide Appeal For Budget
where Mr. Ktzel is in business'
by her pastor S. L.
August^, to the ambitious and and self denial to acquire; yet
Made te Provide For De- J Boyce at the Baptist church in
and where they will make their Exran sjon Movement New In enterprising hustlers <Jf Stayton,
that is what The Stayton Mail is
Stayton, June 13, 1920 at 2
Marion County and surrounding offering you here for a few"
Prayress Will Al l ow
o ’ clock p.m, from the 2 Tim 3:7-8
territory. Our Slogan—“ Every wefeksof your spare time and in
“ I have fought a Rood fight, I
What is the plan of the expansiqn
terest in helping us oxtend our
HENRV GAINES HAWN
movement of the Oregon State Cham have finished my course, I have
One of the features o f this big subscription list.
% ber of Commerce? How is it to be kept the faith” after which she
What do*a Oregon need?
This competition will be more carried out? What Is it' for?
What If It »ere possible to nan»' prize distribution is the fact that
was tenderly laid to rest in Oak
These are the three questions upper
the chief factor—doe* It most not'd in there will be no losers in this interesting and far-reaching than
Cemetery near Stayton.
order to develop with a u|ixtmuiu of rabe. as a cash commission of any ever before undertaken in most in the minds of the majority of j
those who have been informed of the
Sister Follis will be greatly
The question Is Impossible to answer." twenty 20'X ($1.00 out of every this section o f the state. Ijh e movement which the State Chamber 1 missed in the community, in the
There is no •'chief factor." The solu $5.00 collected) will be paid all prizes are not only rich in ma launched April 18th with a survey of ;
church of which she was a deyot-
tion lies not in one particular need, active non-prize-winners, which, terial value, but are in keeping the state to set up preliminary organ
member and by her many
Oregon today, facing an era of de in itself, is an excellent business with the broad and liberal lines tion with practically every community ' friends and relatives.
along which the entire enterprise in the thirty-stx counties of Oregon.
velopment unparalleled In its history, proposition.
May the blessing of God rest
The expansion movement by way of
must fill these needs if it expects Ho
Ambition and explanation might be divided into tnree on her loved ones is the sincere
This is not a “ something for has been drawn.
Of the many factors that must be nothing” scheme; in fact, it is energy are the only requisites distinct classes.
prayer of the writer.— c o n t r i
employed If the state is to progress no scheme at all. Neither is it for success. Seven short weeks
First—A survey of the state.
Immigration and colonisation stand a charitable undertaking on the and you may be riding in your
pre-eminent In order to solve the vital
be carried on through local newspapers
part o f The Stayton Mail. It is
problem of land settlement.
Information and Assistance
Jack Dempsey, the world
and by mailing literature pertaining
Irrigation, reclamation of land and a business proposition pure and
,o the movement direct to industries, champion prize fighter, was ac
drainage must btfdeveloped as another simple. Its objective is to ad
In order to give everyone who
tirras and individuals interested in the
method of bringing about the solution
quitted by a jury in less than 30
enters this contest the greatest development of the state.
of this probl m. Farm labor must be
possible assistance, the publisher
Third—The intensive organization minutes, on an indictment of be
brought In. Homeseekers who in turn and the splendid qualities of the
has secured the services of A H. work at which time a state-wide can ing a slacker. Both Johnson and
become rood producers, must be en new 1920 model Maxwell; to se
Churchil. o f Chicago, III., who is vass will be made, county by county,
couraged and aiHde to see the possi
Wood lost out for the Repub
bilities that a,,ait them in the great cure new and renewal subscrip thoroughly experienced in this to raise a budget to enable the Oregon
nomination for President
tions to The Stayton Mail, and line of work an^i who will give State Chamber of Commerce to carry-
and W. G. Harding of Ohio, slip
Hood roads must be built. As the last but not least, to win for his entire time and attention to
vaat trarts of wilderness with thejr
those who desire to participate. for the state on a broader, more com ped in and coped the plum. Fun
b.llions of feet of timber are coricorted this newspaper, a welcome in Come in and see him personally prehensive seale. This canvass will be
Henry C h I tips llnwn of Sun Fran-
ny things do happen in this big
Into lumber, highways must be pro every home in Marion county and and secure first hand informa nade throughout the state during June
•1*00, an authority on community hullcl-
tion as how to go about winning
I ok . Is one of several speakers now
This budget Is to be obtained by
carried and the scenic beauties of the
touring the state In connection with
popular subscription. The appeal will
Want 2000 New Subscribers
the expansion movement of the On-Kon State viewed by the tourist.
you can’ t call clip the nominat oe state-wide and to everyone interest-
Chas. Schaefer, who lives just
Slate t'hnmber of Commerce.
Will it pay? This is a ques ing coupon appearing elsewhere d in the development of Oregon and
The State Chamber Is making a I pansion. railroad extension and water
the river in Linn county,
tion that will naturally occur to in this issue and mail to the His particular community. It Is be
stato-wlde appeal for a huditot of $450,- power development.
finished a new dairy
Advertising and publicity must be all who read this announcement. “ Contest Department” of The
ooo, coverliiR a period of three years,
Stayton Mail, Stayton Oregon manufacturer, the merchant, the fmrm- barn 40 x 50 feet, with cement
carrletT bn If Oregon Is to be made
to rarry on Its development work.
Yes, it will pay! Not in dollars and he will gladly see that you r and the Individual, for each is vital
floor and foundation. E. C. Lau
The movement has been endorsed by known as a country for the homeaeek-
and cents, perhaps, for the ex are fully informed regarding the ly interested in seeing Oregon forgs
more than two hundred leading men
ahead and develop Its advantages and done the cement work.
scenic beauties must be auvertlsed to pense of the undertaking is very entire plan.
throughout Oregon. Klghty community
NOTE—The readers o f this paper
executive committee* have been organ stuact the stream of golden dollars heavy, but there are dividends
will please take notice that the sub
ised to eo-opsrale with the State Cham
Industrial developments depend on
that newspapers earn other than scription price o f The Stayton Mail
ber In the canvass throughout the state Other states, most of them with fewer
two factors: Natural resources or raw
Advantages to attract, are rcalixlng mil that expressed in the term9 of
which will be conducted during Juue
he advanced to £2.00 a year, beginning materials, and proximity to markets
lions each year from tourists—because
for manufactured products. Oranted
they realize the value of advertising dollars and cents.
One bay driving horse 5 to 7
these and sufficient encouragement
and making public what advantages
old, wt. about 1000 lbs.
development inevitably follows.
all around, came to my
Oregon must develop Its water
they started on their honeymoon
It will be the place about a month ago. Own
transportation. Us mineral lakes, Its
trip from Pendleton to Peora. purpose i f the State Chamber of Com
Mrs. N. J. Gchlen, who resides porta and reach out for foreign trade
er can have same by paying
(ast of town, is having a house
where they were to make their merce under its expanded program to
Harry Porter. Aums-
duce the exports which arc to go down
ind barn built on the Nicholas to
home. They made the trip by and through direct solicitation, get in ville, Oregon.
the sea In ships. It must expand
Jehlen portion of the Gehlen Its educational facilities as an addi
management to consider Ore
auto and as they were nearing dustrial
¡state where she and her family tional advantage to hdhl out to the
Furniture and wool manufacture In
Miss Myrtle Waters, daughter Peora their car was struck by a
vtil reside. The house will lie of homeseeker with children to educate.
Oregon are In their Infancy. So is the
The Oregon State Chamber of Com
he bungalow type and will be merce Is the most logical agency to of John Waters and formerly of
canning and preserving of fruits. With
Big Luscious Oregon», good
Its vast resources In water power. Its
►fix3(). The barn is 26x40 anti is carry on this development work simply Stayton. was married to Peter | ly injuring Mrs. De Young.
labor market, geographical location. for canning, requires very little
inder construction but the re -1
nature can work for the mutual good De Young of Peora, Hlinois, a t ' The body was shipped back to Oregon offers many advantages to the sugar, get them fresh from the
*ent rains has greatly hindeiVd sf all communities In the state with
Pendleton where the funeral was manufacturer who, however, must first . patch at Ixtose's on Stayton Me-
Pendleton. Oregon, June 7th.
be Interested in Oregon and know its
he work*. The work is under out favoring any particular one.
j hama road. Phone Lyons. I t
held Thursday, June 10th.
he supervision of John A. Lula.v.
Competition is Opened to Hustling Men and
Women, Boys and Girls of
Stayton and Vicinity
Costs Nothing To Try— There Will Be No Losers
H otel H ereford
STATE CHAMBER TO |
STATE CHAMBER’S AIM
tiu r c t « » ?
WHEN TRAIN STRIKES
AUTO KILLING GROOM