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About Stayton standard. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1915-1917 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1916)
Items Gathered by Our lir s Corps
L Y O N S M IS T S .
A good many pf the young
people from here attended the
social gathering at the Beer’s
home Friday evening.
T h e Jvinfl Y o u H a r e A lw a y s Bought* an d which has been
in use fo r o ver 3 0 years* has borne the signature of
- an d has been made u nder his per-
fS * *
soUal supervision since Its infancy.
A llo w no one to deceive you In this.
A ll Counterfeits, Imitations and ** Jnst-os-good ** are but
Experiments that trifle w ith and endanger the health o f
Infants- and Children—Experience against Experiment.
Aldred Martin and yolna Gates
are working with the surveyors
near Lyons at present
What is CASTOR IA
B e a r s t h e S ig n a t a r e
(To late for last week.)
Joseph Ripp has installed a job
printing plant and besides cater
ing to local trade, will conduct a
mail-order business for poultry
Iftd pet stock breedere.
Mrs. Crufnp and daughter Jos
ephine were visiting relatives
here Thursday. Grand-pa Van
r Handel went down and brought
them up in his car.
Warren Richardson o f Stayton
was a Sublimity caller Friday.
On Saturday evening a large
crowd gathered at the City Hall
to talk over organizing a Fire
Company. The quorum appoint
a committee o f five men.
namely: John Zub«vX«eoi'ge Bell.
A N N O U N C E S
Frank Roisterer, Engle Schott
and Jack Petrjanos, to draft the
constitution and by-laws. They
also voted to hold a meeting on
Monday evening March 27 to or
H A T S F O R M IS S E S . L A D IE S A N D C H 1 L D R E N
ganize and consider the adoption
115 N o r th L ib e r ty . N e x t to R u th F lo rist Shop.
o f the constitution and by-laws.
SALEM, O R E G O N -
j A fte r the meeting about twenty-
nve signed up with the secretary
with the intention o f joining the
lation in order to carry the mes
sage o f the business men to a
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Van Hand
larger num ber of people, the el left Monday morning fo r a few’
business man should reciprocate days visit in Portland.
lú G ¿ iu
by sending-that ; message and by
Herbert Pittings who has been
making it so interesting that visiting at the J. B. Van Handel
those people will come to Stayton home for the past few weeks re
to do trading with the merchants turned to his home in the East
o f the town.
Thig issue the Standard be-
Again thanking "all for their
gins tA^ second year o f its exist
patronage and kind considera
ence. Taking into consideration
tion in the past, and trusting
the close financial condition of
that at this time next year Stay-
the year just past, we believe
ton will have two railroads and
the paper has done remarkably 1
that all the Standard’ s friends
General office business
and their friends may be on the
has increased from the start and
high road to prosperity, we re
“the number o f subscribers has
V ery truly,
.grown constantly until now we
have the largest list o f any pa
per in the Santiam valley.
We have made some improve
ments in the paper during the \
year, and if conditions remain
agreeable we expect to make!
¿tore the coming year.
The publisher o f the Standard
greatly appreciates the patron
age given the paper during the
year by the advertisers, sub-
’ scribers, and those in need of
printing. We have endeavored
to merit youi patronage and
Shall continue to do so.
. We-desire to thank all our cor- |C. W. K. M
respondents for their good work
during the year. All have lab
ored faithfully and we believe
Iheir efforts are appreciated by
Standard readers, as we know
they are by the editor.
There is a reprocity between
the publisher o f a local paper
and the business men and resi
dents o f a community that ought
to be fully appreciated on both
N o industry in a com
munity, gives as much fo r noth
ing as doesjthe average local pa
per. There is a limit, however,
beyond which the publisher o f a
paper cannot go in the matter of,
expense fo r increasing the circu
lation ef his publication. When
a local publisher is seen to be
making a decided effort to place
a paper before the people that
vfill be a credit to the community
and increase the paper’s eircula-
R. L. Putnam, Paator.
Formerly with Myers'
N E W S P R IN G S H O W IN G
O F M IL L IN E R Y
Year of Existence
8. S T O N E
c h ir o p r a c t o r s
model«»! thR p m l t H i t 800 VCasfcihgion 9 t , Albany,
roi.r»cKlc HealthortW», »nd
r e * | r«T»r*>(l to car* rW|
A younjrr man by the name of
W olf, from North Spiritism waa
refused admission to the train
going north Saturday morning,
aa a small-pox suapect. Later he
dipove to Stayton and consulted
Dr." Brewer, who is said to have
pronounceu it a mild form o f that
desease. ' •
W. Perkins has moved to the
40 acres near West Seio thnt he
traded his mountain ranch for.
Uonu iu IT^R from »cut* and chr»idc'dls#a*»r
llrulthurlum -iwi W«.fc, I
hat b What Thay Told Mar coal,
Do Sol Say It b Impouthlt,
THE WOMAN'S HAT SHOP
MRS. O. C. LOCKE
T h e Kind You H ave A lw ays Bought
W E S T ijT A Y T O N
C. G iP E
The place to buy the Right MilU-
nery at the Right Price. ■
i I E K
The People’s Telephone com
pany meet in Lyons hall Friday
L. M A T T H E W
at 1 o’clock to talk over the pros-
* Howard Ternin is visiting at
pective(neyr switch board.
the Thomas home n^ar Turner.
Irvine Sneider and son of
The North Santiam school is
Pendleton were guests at Hotel
closed for a week owing to the
Abies for the week end. Mr. S.
was a jew eler in Stayton several
Misa Thelma Eoff o f Geer vis
years ago and has acquaintances
ited at the Follrich home over ................................................... ....................* .......... ..
A. M. Follrich went to Salem
on business Monday.
Oastorln is a harmless substitute fo r Castor O il, P a r e
goric* Drops and Soothing Syrups.
It is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine n o r other Narootlo
substance. Its age Is its guarantee. It destroys W orm s
and allays Feverishness.
F o r more than thirty years it
has been in constant use fo r the relief of Constipation.
Flatulency* W in d Colic, a ll Teething Troubles and
Diarrhoea. • It regulates the Stomach and Bowels*
assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural steep.
T h e Children’s P anacea—The M other’s Friend.
-¡ret—L*t Chiropractic R em o* the C»n
tion and by-law* that were fram
ed by the committee were read
Miss Bowne in turning around
at the station Monday morning,
backed her rig into one o f a team
o f horses standing there, who
resented it and gave expression
to his resentment by kicking 3
spokes out o f one front wheel
and shattering one earner o f the
bed of Miss Bowne’ s buggy.
This w eek’ s meeting of the B.
B ’s. at Mrs. Lucinda B riggs’ is
in the nature o f a farewell party
to Mrs. Coness. who will take
her departure for her former
home in Iowa within a few days.
T A IL O R S
W e h a ve the new est patterns to select from. Our
clothes are fitted and m ade in o u r o w n workshop.
A ls o repairing and pressing.
f 28 5. Liberty St
O R EG O N
The B. B ’s. assisted by other
ladies o f the neighborhood, gave
an entertainment in the vacant
store Thursday evening. A farce
“ Emerald He’ ’ some musical
numlKrs and “ The Milkmaids
Convention’ ’ were exceptionally
well produced and much enjoyed
by an audience that taxed the
capacity o f the house.
I. Mr. 1
It eat on
f the at
At Reasonable Prices
C h ico ry In F ra n c * .
Chicory, so extensively railed In
France.. I* hn'rvcsted either by hand or
‘ by- plowing. As fast as the plant. In
one line afe pulled the roots are gather
eil In heaps after (he rtitnoval of tlie
leaves and are roughly cleaned. They
are then truns;>orted to the factories,
where they are median leu I ly vv ashed
In (lowing water and dunijH-d on a per
forated conveyer that permit« them to
drain while traveling toward the root
-cutter». The roots, when-cut In small
pieces, are conveyed to the malt kiln»
or s;>eclal driers, where they remain
thirty-six hours or more, uud after
cooling they are bagged. The chicory,
having uow become friable, passes Into
a series of crushers. A fter each crush
log the broken material Is pusaed
through sifters that divide It tuto four
grades. From the crushers the cblcorv
goes to the roosting retorts aud then
receives a final manipulation, that of
tinting, which constats In giving the
grains a coating o f Impalpable chicory
dust The last o|«ratloo la that of
packing the chlcxfry, either by baud or
by machinery.— Argonaut.
THE BO NNET SHO P
3Í5 State Street, Salem, O regon .
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O H T F X )I*A T I IIC Physicians and Surgeons
D R . A . 1*. 1IO V V I5I.IJH
l)H . M A R Y
IIC iW K L L S
Osteopathic Adjustment, thla la our slogan; but in addition, O ii aap athk
phyndant or. q u a lU M by education and training to act aa your family
physician, to mul alt tm atgm clti which may ariae.
Savings Bank Bldg.
t haa hla
• of -the
Church of Christ
M ean s Delightful, N atu ral
A n absolutely «aelcs* bedspring
Perfectly sanitary, germ-proof
Quarter Century Guaranty
D act not roll occupant« to center
Cannot tear bedclothes
Thirty Night.’ Trinl Fraa
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» got to a
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M o v in g P le t u r . S h o w *.
An observer says the reason that all
classes like motion picture pluys 1«
that each person puts Into the mouths
o f the silent actors the exclamations,
words uud lines that he himself would
use under, like circumstances.
Incidents and situations are flashed
on the screen. Imt the spectator tells
the unspoken story to himself, and
•here Is no possibility of artificial,
strained or Incomprehensible dialogue.
Wliat the spectator Imagines Is the
thing that Is natural to him. To one
who watches Hamlet with Yorlck’s
skull the words o f the play may come,
"Imperious Caesar, dead aud turned to
clay, might stop a hole to keep the
wind away." To another’s Imagination
Hamlet aay», "Well, we all gotta come
to I t "
Could explanation be simpler, yet
more profoundly true? — Richmond
The Standard prints them Right at Right Pri
Let ns print yows.