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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1920)
Chas. S. Clark, Editor and P r ipru'tor
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Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Stayton. Marion
County, Orepron, under the Act of Congress o f March 3. 1879.
Address all Communications to The Stayton Mail
M t. P le a s a n t
Mr. H. D. Pierce. County
Commissioner o f Albany, visited
one road District, Sat.
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Wriprht of
Mrs. W. Woodard who has been
Salem motored to the G. H. Ray
quite ill the past week is much
be tter at this date.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ray and I
Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas
son visited with relatives at Mc
to Lacomb, Sunday.
Minnville the past week.
o f Lel»anon is visit
H. B Shank and Tom Epping
purchased a Sampson tractor the ing her parents, the N. W.
Thomas’s at present
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Davy and
family o f Stayton visited at the
P. H, Lambert home Sunday.
n i o
STANDARD THE WORLO NEEDS
H ig h M o r a l t s a m p l a S a t b y R o b a rt
L e g la S t a v t n s o n W a lt W o r t h
L i v i n g U p To.
Hobart I »n il» Starpnaon rvfustng 1«
ink** nil thin waa o ffv m l him for n
I kh - iii hr ill,! uoi think hla boat, wrote:
I do imi live much to Ond and honor,
out I will not willfully turn my hto k
In the morleat wort!» Hit» deep tho
unl.tr Hinmhiril by which » mini rvn
not>e to *n tl»fy himself with III» llro.
it 1» n atitmliird the world today «nre-
i j need». We hear o f unroot mul »hull
hetir of It. Why not. with ao ninny
men and women trvlug to live lip *o
a »tiiinhird »et by nomanne else? tf
.hey aueceed. there 1» no hnpplnea» tn
It. for It him no anlictton from their
The man we count sucrassful la
•unlerinl affair» and exiieet lo find
happy 1» never one who him reached
■ certain plnce.
Itut w hen u mini
hna »et a murk for hltimelf In poaMHt-
•dons and hac kepi tlml mark In view
until he reached It. we cnll him auc-
racsful. Jt may hnve been a SlO.Ikkl
uome; It may have been one ml.'lton
dollar«. Hut It wan hla own ftoal.
It la not lesa true o f hla tnuer life.
*Ve do not expect milch o f a mnn wbo
has ho atnndard for himself o f right
ond wrong. And he cannot claim any
right to contentment. I f hla only tnor-
ai standard la the law, he «aims only
ibe minimum o f satisfaction. Steven
son. refusing money whlidi he needed
because he thought he hud not cant
ed It. Is a thousand times more to he
envied than the man who takes a hun
dred or a million dollar» he has not
eumed. because no law will punlsli
him.— Milwaukee Journal.
T m h e re to T ell Y o u ”
•ays the Good Judge
Mr. J. C. Ellington went to
Mrs. Jno. Foltz is nursing her
sons H. C. and Ed. who are laid
up with the mumps.
Mr. Harve Shelton is spending
the week in Albany having his
eyes treated by a specialist.
Mr. J. H. Cunningham came
down from Portland to look after
business pertaining to the plant.
The stork dropped a fine son
at the home o f Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Rundt, Friday. Leo says he is a
fine boy if he is a Rundt.
Mrs. Herman Shelton of Crab
tree visited her mother and other
relatives here Sat. and Sun.
NO M IN ATING BLA N K
STAYTOfi MAIL ‘EVERY BODY WINS” CONTEST
GOOD FOR 5000 VOTES
I hereby enter and cast 5000 Votes for
Miss, Mr. or M rs.. .................................... ...........
As a candidate in The Stayton Mail “ Everybody
W its ” Prize Contest.
N ote—Only one nomination
each candidate nominated.
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
’ H Y 3 IC IA N
S t a y t o n , O h ego n
W . ft. Pin tler. D . M . D .
Office Opp. LaaeafleW Shoe 8 tor*
P u t up In two styles
V. A. GOODE
LAWYER end NOTARY PUBLIC
R IG H T CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W -B C UT li a long fine-cut tobacco
W i * y f 1V t n R r j t on C o m p a n y
1107 ßf ' i uj dw. i y
Office Room No. 6. Roy Bldg.
N o w Y o r k C/ y
W . A. WEDDLE
We Handle Everything In
Dr. Paul Fehlen
V E T E R IN A R Y SURGEON
D E N T A L E X PER T
CallH Answered Day or Night
Rjight Now is
Time to Get Your
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
We carry everything fo r the
Gardner. O u r prices are right
Lard» Creamery Butter
OUR FURNITURE LINE IS COMPLETE
LILLY HARDWARE CO.
ffifbrsl Market Price Paid For Fal Slock
i A. W. Sim m ons, D. V. M
V E T E R IN A R IA N
"When good fellows get
together, I’m right there”
r I ’H E
most companionable bunch o f
A tobaccos ever rolled into a cigarette
— silky, : romatic Turkish, and fine,
full-flavored Domestic, expertly chosen
and expertly blended. That’s Chester
field. And they sure
AND LOSS OF BIGOD
Nv) BLASThHS A M » PAINH FOR
HOURS OK DAYS
TUM0RS PILES FISTULA
DISEASES OF WOMEN
SKIN STOMACH BOWELS
Jo ”satisfy ! ”
FOUR YEARS STUDY IN EUROPE
OVER » ) YEARS EXPERIENCE
I'ortlarul I'h ) »it m I T h rr a p y I »1« ritfori«*»
Journo! Building I O K T I . A M ), f»K K .
/Vie t h odist Ch u rc h
Pastor Rev. Reese
Services at 11 a. m. and 8:00
p. rn. Sunday School 10 a. m.
Epworth League 7:30 p. m..
Prayer meeting on Wednesday
in the parsonage at 8 p. m.
the street practicing hi» d a rli,et. and
»o forth. They bothered me. Bill
blme-hy I took to going out on the
hack poreh nnd filing n saw to quiet
my nerve*. And If nftvny* done so;
after a good spell o f filing the noise*
o f Mie neighborhood didn't pester me
at nil.” — Kansas City Star.
him If he did not knqw better than to
nerve a drink to an officer In uniform.
“ Is you an officer, sah?" said the
dnrky, Innorenee oor.lng from every
pore of his face. • "Fo. de Lawd, I
thought you wa* one o f dem Sousa'»
He Looked Musical.
An officer of the reserve wn* tired
lifter a hard day’s work, and thought
he would like a coektnll, which lie or
dered. Then he bethought hltnaelf of
the breach o f discipline Involved In
nerving a drink to a mnn In uniform.
Pretty noon ihe darky returned with
the cocktail neatly "dolled up" In a
cup surrounded by cracked lee. a*
orange Jtilee I* served.
looked jtern ly at tbe waiter ami asked
The Parent’s Assistant.
The *nn of Mr. Newly-Rich wanted
to he an auctioneer.
Ill» father had
Intended him for a learned profe»*lon.
hut promised to think It over
Ing a friend Mr. Illaon from the flunk»,
he confided lo him the dilemma, and
naked for Ids view o f auction,,Ting n»
a falling. “ W ell," snld this authority
>li short rut» to wealth. ‘'If'* like this:
An auctlouecr orter 'live nil a miner
nnd an 'rail, an' the 'nminer ain't a
ht'ioin o’ use without the 'end.'
FREE VOTING COUPON IN TH E
St. M arys Church
Services 2nd 4th and 5th Sun
d iys at 8:30 a. m.
Rev. Fr. ! diinck. Pastor
B aptist C hurch
Preaching every second and
fourth £u days o f each tnonth,
morning and evening. Morning
services at 11 a. m. aad evening
services at 8 p. m.
Sunday school each Sunday
morning at 10 h m.
S. L. Boyce, Pastor.
IF Y O U ARE IN STAY IN, IF NOT, W H Y NOT
STAYTON MAIL AUTO CONTEST
Address . .....
Physician and Surgeon
That you got f
faction from i
the Real Tobai
The rich tasto of
this class of fuV'Cco
makes It last i<
and cost less— th:
Any man who u-
Real Tobacco CI k
tell you that.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mol let. son
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith and
and daughter Ethel, Miss
family motored to Salem Sat.
Mabel Rans and Mrs. W. H. R a-;
Mrs. Ed Eberheardt and daugh
TO EXTERMINATE CROP PESTS
bens motored to Salem on busi
ters and son Archie motored to
S c ie n tist P la n a to U se F l a m * T h ro w e r«
a n d O t h e r M e th o d s to Do-
The Walluga Club was enter
s tr o y E n e m ie s.
Miss Dorothy Smith went to
tained by Mrs. Belle Heater,
Portland Saturday for an ex
In 1BI8 and 191» the territory near
the della o f the Rhone suffered grently
Rev. Reese of Stayton preach from «warms o f the Morocco cricket,
Mr. and Mrs. Linn Lambert
ed an interesting sermon here, which multiplied so excessively as to
and son called at the G. H. Rav
he o f great Injury to the crop*. At a
recent meeting o f the French Academy
Stella Neal spent Thursday o f Sciences a report was made hy M
Mrs. Roxie Shank and family
Vaysslere on the use o f the "flame
afternoon with Clara Heater.
spent Sunday at the H. R. Shank j
throwers.” employed In the war for
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Bower. throwing liquid Are. to exterminate
George Scott and son Verney these pests. With an apparatus hold
Miss Mammie Zimmerman of
were in Salem on business. Wed. ing about twelve life r» o f petroleum an
extent o f 200 square meters ran be so
Sublimity and Messrs Tony, Pete,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rabens rlinmutrhly »wept with flames a* to kill
and Frank Laux and Nick Senz
and children. Miss Dora Rabens si) the Insects. Asphyxiating gaaes
motored to Albany, Saturday.
hnd hut little effect hut applications
and Marion Hunt spent Sunday o f (towered ehloroplcrln were much
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Smith and
at the W. H. Rabens home.
family were Sunday visitors at (
suffered somewhat the effect» were
A large crowd attended the
only temporary. Lastly. M. Vnysslere
the Tom Eppilg home.
ball game here Sunday and saw niade use o f poisoned halt with n basis
B. F. Lambert called at the
o f arsenic like thni employed In Italy
Union Hili win the game.
Lee Downing home Sunday.
and In the United Sintes nnd obtained
Frances Harris o f Portland good re*nlts. He proposes to utilize
Mrs. Henry Senz and family
spent the week-end with home all three methods— first the flame
called at the Joe Senz home Sun folks.
throwers to exterminate the hordes of
young larvae In all ca«es where their
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Gilmour use floes not Involve danger o f Are:
Frank Lambert and Miss Hazel
made a business trip to Stayton, secondly, ehloroplcrln powder where
the flam»* throwers would he danger
Lambert motored to Albany,
ous; and thirdly poisoned halt In Irri
Tuesday to attend the wedding
gated meadows where no cattle nre
o f their brother Charley to Miss
BUT ONE THING LEFT UNSAID
Gertrude Shimanke o f Scio.
Kept Gowns of a Lifetime.
A merry crowd of both old Seems Something of a Pity That
Invoking round thp prodigious dls-
and young people gathered at
W riter Old Not Complete
plav o f the late P rin c e s s LnlmnofTs
the Charley Spitzberg home Sun
clothing at the Hotel Prnuot made von
wonder If she ever gave or threw any
day eve and had a general hous.i |
Not long ago. the story' run», a trav
A most delightful: eling salesman visited a certain small I thing away In he- llferlme. Three
hnndred or more tea gowns and eve
town nnd »old the proprietor o f Its I ning frock» disposed o f In th*- recent
time was reported by all.
general store an order o f Jewelry, the sale of her effects, were o f every date
Voulh’s Companlon relates. When the , slni-e her wedding frossean. Ib-r body
Jewelry arrived It was not a« repre ! linen nlso was o f every style from the
sentod. nnd the merchant consequently primitive simplicity o f early Victorian
returned It. But the wholesale house
ideals to the luxurious garments
nevertheless, attempted to collect the adopted hy the Parisian coquette to
bill, and drew a sight draft on the day.
merchant through the local hank,
Hut the embroidered and Incnl tioii«e
which returned the draft unhonored.
linen, the flne sheets In bundle* of fffl,
The wholesalers then wrote to the found more itiger buyers than the
postmaster. Inquiring about the linan
elothlng. Her furs were of great beau
rial standing o f the merchant, and ty and variety. Th.-re were coats and
the postmaster replied laconically that clonks o f sealskin o f dark astrakhan,
It was O. K.
all In bewildering quantities, from
By return mall the wholesaler* re the Continental Edition of the Lon
quested him to "hand the Inclosed don Mail.
account to the leading lawyer” o f the
place for collection.
This Is the reply that they received:
” T W t klnda lost for a spell after I
"Th e nnrlersigned Is the merchant
on whom you attempted to palm off •old the old place ond came down to
your worthless goods. The undersigned live with my niece.' admitted the re
Is president and owner o f the hank to tired farmer. "I missed the fniulllat
which you spnt your sight draft. The task*, nnd there weren't enough new
undersigned Is (he postmaster touchons one* to keep me busy. The fnrnlllnr
you wrote, anil the undecHigned Is the sound», too. were a-,sent, nnd at first
lawyer whose services you sought to I couldn’t get used to the new ones;
obtain for your nefarious business. If the young Indy on the left tinkling the
the undersigned were not also the piano, the folks on the right running
pastor o f the church at this place he their talking machine, the f e l l e r aero««
would tell you where to go.”
f. A. BEAUCHAMP, M.D.
blank accepted for
Miss, Mr. or Mrs .
Following are-the rentes o f candidates who are entered in The
Stayton Mail’s contest to date.
The names are arranged in alphabetical
order and credited with the nomination votes only. Next week’ s issue will
show the number o f votes cast up to Wednesday noon.
Miss Mabel D re y e r...................................... Mill City .......................... 5000
Miss Margaret Fehlen ....................................Stayton
This coupon, neatly clipped out, name and ad-
dress of the candidate filled in, and mailed or de-
livered to the Contest Department of The Stayton
Mail, Stayton Oregon, will count as 100 FREE votss.
Marion Hunt................................................ sj,aw
GOOD FOR 100 VOTES
I hereby cast 100 FREE VOTES to the credit of
It does not cost anything to vote th. se cou
pons for your favorite candidate, and you are not
restricted in any sense in voting them.
you can and send them in—they all count.
Not good after June 26th
Mrs. Dr. Hobson.........................................
Miss Anna Kuiken ...................................... L y o n s ......... .... ..
Miss Nellie Mickenham............................... Turner
Mike N e itlin g .................Rt. 1...................... Stayton.................
Mrs. Alta H aggles...........Rt. 3......................Salem .
Frank Jycofield.................Kt. 8......................Turner .. . ...................... 5,1)0
Miss Gelena W a g ffe r................................. . Mehuma ...
Miss Elaenor W illin g ....:...............................Stayton...........