The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, June 17, 1920, Image 2

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    tÿèSTAYTON MAIL
Chas. S. Clark. Lditor and Proprietor
Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year in Advance
Dutch l a s t India«.
W nc* 191ft, lb« fir« yuar for which
custom s atatlatlca for lm|H>rta of con-
»»r*nt l i t Into th« Dutch Rant In ­
dia« arc given, th« United States ha«
had a fulr «hara of th* market
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for« the war practically all thoanlmon
earn« from th« I'a rld c coaat. Mini in
racer,t jrcara. when o th e r aourcca wer«
«•Used. anrillnea anti h e rrin g w ere alao
b iv u g h t from th« United State*.
'I.A.MAUCHAMP.M.D.
Physi.hn and Surgeon
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Advertising Rates Made Known Upon Application
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Foreign Advertising Represented by The American Press Association
Entered as second class matter at the postothce at Stayton, Marion
County. Oregon, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
Address all Communications to The Stavton Mail
O ne Su: u n la y a f t e r n o o n nvo girl
frie n d s mi>l I h o ard ed n cro w d e d stre e t
or.r. Wo nmiimred to get to th e fro n t
o f fh<* o a r As w e d id n ’t cu re to hang
to th e s t r ip s , we hold to e a c h o th e r’s
an tis. I w as sta n d in g next to n seat
w hich w as occupied by a m an and a
ivonmn T h e c a r gave n su d d en Jerk
an d I fell into th e u ta n ’s lap, pulling
my frie n d s w ith me. w hile th e m an
said In a su rp rise d lone. "N e v e r m ind
pulling th«* o th e r s ; one Is en o u g h ."
E v ery b o d y ro ared . O d earh . w here 1«
thy s t in g ! —C hicago T rib u n e .
H«vnan« o f you. Is tin* w orld any
b o lte r off» Keen uso— n e v e r forgot— It
Is boon uso o f you th a t a g re a t many
thliiKs In th is w orld tiro a*» th ey uro
B ecau se o f you a re th o r« mort*
anillos Ilutn tearsT
B ash uso of you, how iimiiy |x*opl<
uro solili; lo ho Kind lim i th is day
ra m o n round î
íleon liso of you. Is tho^ conti ihutlon
to tinm an c h a ra c te r e n la rg e d ?
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th e re people of hi inter vision, fine*
Ideals, h ro n d o r sy m p a th ie s mid mon*
lolerntit o|ilnlot*s- I mkhuac of yuii»
W ould llilnus -I iok up it little If yon
« o re in uo u « n y — loti th en «row In
pow er an d w idened usefulno** iliruuKh
th e Influence you left hohlnd?
Hoi'll imo of you. Is liie re m ore henn-
ty In h u m an asso c ia tio n a n d m ore to -:
fo r e n d u rin g thlnirs? Is ih e doy h**l
te r off und a re you *lnd tliul It « 11110'
— M ilw aukee S entinel.
Miss Morton of Turner is visit­
ing with Miss Veneta this week.
Fred Meriel, proprietor of the
Lyons Hotel, has closed up his
business and is moving to Salem.
, Clyde Rogers transacted busi­
ness in Portland one day last
week.
L ondon'« F ig h t cn P ro h ib itio n .
C om parison.
Mrs. M, Martin, assisted by
’r ho rem odeling o f London saloon*
“1 believe in fre e s p e e c h !” ex cla im ­ to m ak e ite m H ttructlve form*« p a il
Mrs. Berringer and Mrs. Taylor,
ed th e v o cifero u s man.'
th e w liein« evolved hn a co u n te r
entertained the ladies of the "S o do I," rejo in ed T oole Bill Hot- o m f o re
to th e p ro h ib itio n ists wlm have
Etoile de L’Est Club, of Stayton, ti e to p ; “so do I. Hut In one resp ect sw o rn lo m ak e London dry. H rew cr»
at her home Thursday afternoon. free sp eech rem in d s m e of th e free and licensed v ic tu a le d hav e hired a r ­
In th e old «lays. Vou im*e to s.^. c h ite c ts to p lan large, airy public
A very enjoyable time was re­ lunch
a tunn m aking a pig of h im se lf Just to­
houses, w here final tu> well a* drin k
ported by all.
rn u - a - so m e th in g 's fr--o -
can be o b tain ed .
Clyde Maybee was called to
Salem by the sudden death of
his nephew William Woodruff
and also his niece Bertha Simon’s
If \6ur House is
¡old. Moke it New
which occured in Salem last
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with ^
Friday.
A miscellaneous shower was
given Miss Alta H iatt at the
Rebeccah Lodge, Saturday even­
ing where she received many
beautiful and useful gifts. A
bountious supper was served by
her many friends and all enjoy­
ed and all enjoyed a very plea­
sant evening. We hear the faint
echo of wedding bells.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown 1
and grandpa Brown are enjoying1
an o u t i n g at the Brighten Bush
hot springs.
Miss Vera Trask is attending!
the S£raw-l*erry festival in Leb­
anon this week.
71 YEAR
Mrs. S. D. Brown and daugh-:
LEADERS
ter Mrs. Cliff Phillips and son
Denton Brown motored
to
Albany, Friday,
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FULLER
Mrs. E. E. Trask attended the
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Paint
graduating exercises of Rev.
NE thing
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Preserve*
Moulton Gatke in Salem. June
is sure—
an<*
the 11th and reports a very en- you can’t hide the
Beautifiea
j >yable time.
outside of your house from critical eyes.
Mrs. Sarah Monroe of Gates is
You’ll be proud of your home and your neighbor­
visiting at the A. Ring home.
hood will be proud of you if your house is kept painted
and in good repair. The well-painted house is evidence
Mrs. M. Martin visited at the
of community spirit and thrift.
home of their son Aldred Martin
FULLER Paint keeps new and old houses from run­
a t Mehama, >ast Monday.
ning
down, adds to their value and makes them attractive.
Mrs. Geo. Colby expects to
Specify
FULLER Paint for your home. You can
leave soon to join her husband
depend
on
it
to do two things and do them well—pre­
at Klamath Falls.
serve
and
beautify.
E. C. Cannipg was building
Look U p t FULLER D««Ur in Your Town
fence on his new farm west of
Albany last week.
Í949-Í999
The graduating exercises of
Northwest Branch House« at Portland
Lyons High School will be held at
Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Boisa
the I. 0. 0. F. hall at Lyons,
Thursday evening and everyone
is cordially invited to attend.
Mrs. H. Mercer is visiting her
husband who is ill at tha St.
Mary’s hospital in Albany. He
is recovering from a recent oper­
ation.
J. F- Ray had a very success­
ful Poland China hog sale Sat­
urday. Many who were inter­
F o r th e first tim e sin ce th e C ivil W nr we hnve a real
ested in hogs were present and
m e rc h a n t m arin e . It rout us $3,0<)<r,0OO,o0O to get it,
about 40 hogs were sold.
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W. P. Fuller & Co
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You w ill sa v e
m oney by u sin g
the
Tobacco
h e w .
The fu ll,
rich Tobacco taste
lasts so long, you don’t
need a fresh chew nearly
80 often.
Smaller chews, too, anti
more g e m Ine satisfac-
tlon.
Any man who uses the
Real Tobacco Chew will
tell you that.
FOR TOURISTS AIM
OF STATE CHAMBER
S w itz e rla n d u sed to b e Ihe
p o o re st c o u n try , p er c a p ita , in
th e w orld. Now it Is th e ric h e st.
T o u ris t tra v e l did It.
M ain a n d C olorado each re ­
ceiv e $50,000,000 p er y e a r from
th e ir to u r is ts ; F lo rid a g e ts $250,-
000,000; C a lifo rn ia , h a lf a b il­
lion a y ea r. O reg o n g e ts $5,000,-
000.
A th r e e 'e a r ’S sad v ertlsln g c a m ­
p aig n by ih e O regon S ta te C h a m ­
b e r o f C om m erce m ay be expect
ed to b rin g in a t le a st on e-h alf
o f w h a t M ain a n d C olorado get,
o r $25,000,000, w hich sh o u ld in ­
c re a se on a r is in g scale.
T h is policy d eserv es th e «u p p o rt of every A m erican,
L ucking tills su p p o rt th e p re -e n t effort to m ain ta in o u r
m e rc h a n t m a rin e m ay su ffer th e fa te o f m any InelTcrllve
a tte m p ts of tin* past.
Send fo r a copy of “ F or an A m erican M erchant M arine.”
Committee of American Shipbuilder*
30 C H U R CH S T R E E T , N ilW YORK CITY
O REG O N
C. H. ’REWFR, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
miner
TENTI
RIGHT CUT Is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long line-cut tobacco
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PUBLIC
VVçynipri-.Uititorv C o m p a n y , U Ö / B ro a d w a y , N e w Y-orK Cfty
FlNFí'V»
W e Handle Everything in
DIRECTOR
VS. A. WEDDLE
1'honr aXH
¡TAYT0N
OREGON
Dr. Paul Fehlen’
S 1 Th BINARY SURGEON
DENTAL EXPERT
R jig h t N o w is <® e T im e to G et Y our
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
Garden Tools
SESTAK &
THOMAS.
Proprietors.
W e ca rry e v e ry th in g for the
Gardner.
O u r p rices a rc righ t
OUR FURNITURE LINE IS COMPLETE
LILLY HARDWARE CO
Fresh.Salt& C ured M eats
Lard. Cream ery Butter
HigkMt Marltfi Price Paid Far Fal Slock
tv. Simmons, u. \
VETERINARIAN
S ilv e r to n
Oregon
CANCER
Summer Vacation Tickets
Newport
(Oregon’s old favorate resort)
On Yaquina Bay Large Natntorium—Ampli*Hotel
accommodations and campixg facilities.
Tilamook County Beaches
located 100 miles due west of Portland between
Neah-kah-nine Mountain and Netarts Bay. These
beaches include Garibaldi Beach resorts, Neah-
kah-nie, Manzamta and Bav Ocean.
Crater Lake
(Open July 1st)
One of the natural wonders of the worle. A
lake in the heart of an extinct volcano.
DETROIT (Brightenbush Hot Springs
Jefferson Country.
Mt.
Columbia River Beaches
Mt. Ranier National Park
Yellowstone National Park
Glacier National Park
“ OREGON OUTDOORS” —New Summer booklet con­
tains general information on the different Oregon Re­
sorts; Summer Excursion fares; Hotel and Camp rates.
Southern
Pacific
Lines
JOHN M. SCOTT
General Passenger Agent
N othing wrong with our balance!
NOKNIFE
AND
10SS
OF BLOOD
PAINS F O R
HOURS OK DAYS
NO M A S Ik K «
AM)
TUM0RS PILES FISTULA
GOITRE
DISEA SES OF WOMEN
.SKIN S10MACH BOWELS'
FOUR YEARS STUDY IN EUROPE
OVER 30 YEARS F.X PESIKNCE
f o r t l a n d | ’h y * tr » l T h e r a p y I «) «.ruit.rk**
412 •«> 417 Jou.ru,I Du,Win.* 1 0 1(1 L A M ) . O R E .
Methodist Church
Tc.CREDIE H O T SPRINGS
JOSEPHINE COUNTY CAVES (Oregon’s
SHASTA MOUNRAIN RESORTS
Pastor Rev. Reese
Services at 11 a. m. and 8:00
p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.
Epworth League 7:30 p. m..
Prayer meeting on Wednesday
in the parsonage at 8 p. m.
St. Marys Church
Services 2nd 4th and 5th Sun-
d ,ys at 8:30 a. m.
Rev. Fr. Lainck. Pastor
Baptist Church
Preaching every second and
fourth Sundays of each month.v
morning and evening. Morning
services at 11 a. m. and evening
services at 8 p. m.
Sunday school each Sunday
morning at 10 a. m.
S. L. Boyce, Pastor.
Administrator's Notice
— Chesterfield
T h« fa rm e r, m a n u fa c tu re r, la b o re r— every A m erican i«
in te re ste d in holding o ur position on the tea«.
OREGON PLAYGROUND
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Put up in tw o styles
To Keep American Ships
on the Seas
As u first ste p In th is d ire c tio n it is n ec e ssa ry to modi/.v
th o se a rtic le s o f e x istin g co m m ercial tr e a tie s w hich Imve
o p e ra te d to tliw u rt th e uphulldinK o f o u r m e rc h a n t m arin e—
Hy liv in g th e n o tice o f te rm in a tio n for w hich th e sev eral
tr e a tie s provide.
T h is a c tio n , is d ire c te d in th e c o n stru c tiv e ShlppiiiK Itlll
new b e fo re Don K re ss;
W hich d e c la re s it to he th«‘ policy of th e U nited S ta te s
“to do w h a te v e r m ay be n e c e ssa ry to develop and en-
cotiraKe” a m e rc h a n t m arin e.
STAYTON.
r I A H E right balance
of cosily Turkish
and choice Domestic
to b acco s, p ro p o r­
tioned by experts—
that’s why C hester­
field* “ satisfy 1”
Notice is hereby_ given, that
the underoigned has been a f t
pointed by the County Court of
Marion County, Oregon, as ad­
ministrator with will annexed of
the estate of Henry Wehrum
deceased, and all persons hav­
ing claims against said estate
are hereby notified to present the
same to the undersigned at Wood-
burn, Oregon, duly verified as by
law required within six months
from the date of the first publi-
j cation of this notice.
Dated this 20 day of May, 1920
J. F. Wehrum
Administrator with will annexed,
of the estate of Henry Wehrum,
!deceased.
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