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E. D ALEXANDER. Editor.
Enteret* W* second-clasts matter March
29. 1915. :U the ¡xst-othiv at Stayton.
Ore., under thV Art of March 3, 1879.
tax pt yera with cases where con of the state. With Mr. Bingham
victions cannot be procured. there wifi be ro pretehse o f the
Nothing is gained in arraigning ‘red-fire and brass-band” cam*-
men before a court o f justice1 paign; as he believes that the
only to have them discharged on presentation of qualifications
account o f insufficiency o f evi through 'the v prcss is more be
dence. What property I own, I fitting the office.
have earned from the efforts of
Mr. Bingham asserts, that If
my own toil, and therefore, ap- nominated and elected judge he
predate that every officer should will give.careful and painstaking
endeavor to operate with the attention to the. iraireectton of
least expense possible to effect- business in that <>ffice; will en-
ivety accomplish results.
deavor to ascertain what the law
If the people of Marion County is and apply it to the facts in
repose in me the confidence o f ‘ each particular case, recognizing
this office, I shall at all times that the stability of. business in -
perfortn my dqtios in accordance tegests depends upon the cer-
with my oath, and shall treat the taimy o f titles arid the t&g^rvance
public with due-and courteous o f well known business principles
....... V and rules. Hé further believes
Respectfully, submitted,- that IwtTfihg the original concep
............. WALTER E. KEYES. tion o f absolute justice to all,
with an absence of prefélectoriai
promises, will make bis position
clear to'the voter.
Ivan G. Martin,
A U M SV ILLE S IF T IN G S
"• • (Paid Advertisements)
A ' C. Libby
Candidate for County Commissioner
If elected I will favor the ap
pointment; of Road Supervisors
the people of the xlis-
triet in which they are to serve.
the Cuu. t Closer to the 'People "
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. The home of fresh and home-made
Candy. Ice Cream, wholesale and
retail. Cigars, Tobaccos,«Magazines
*- Books, Newspapers, Basb Ball Supplies.
J. A. HENDERSHOTT.
W : } C. Gauntt
:> <• •> * $ * $ * * * * < ■ * 4 * * 0 * *
Stayton, Oregon '
ditto for County School
is the;round trip rate to L>tt
Artg'de*. Six months re
turn Unfit with st »i*ovi-i-s.
rtfe spring is u diflightful
time to go. . '
Fif teen years experience in school
work. Economical and efficient
supervision of schools.
Walter E. Keyes
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I am a candidate for the office
Anna Le\erman went to
Republican candidate for
are at their U*sL •” Nice
warm sunny days making
of Representative at the primary Portland last Sunday,
ejection to be held the.i9th dayi Frank Wolf and family , and
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bt-ttcbos, .Santa Monica,
of May, 1916.
Joe Koenig and family visited at "Impartial Enforcement of All LaZi
Oc-arf Park. V’uniee, Re- ,
I am 35 years of age, grew up 1 the A. Wolf place Sunday after-
dopdo, Ia>ng * B*'a.*>i And
a farmer boy, am a member of noon.
Ncwirqrt are all within a
mle- o-f I jw -----
one of Marion County’s pioneer j Mrs. Joe Ditter and daughter
families, and am a taxpayer in visited ML Angel Sunday,
Salem, Oregon •
Kernel»t»yr tint the beautifuf _
three counties in Oregon. I hold , Joe Benedict and Frank. Raus-
dipjomas from the University of cher Jr. left Sunday for Mill City
Republican tfandidftte for.
I rm a candi at? for the office
partments of the W’ illamette Potter’s Mill.
Sheriff o f Marion County
.of District Attorney at the pri
University, Salem, Oregon. I , John Kitftz, road supervisor,
mary election to be held the 19th
is oiH>n all the pear. Many
believe in conservationf encour made quite a little improvement
“ An efiietent administration
day o f May, 1916.
of tne best' exhibits from
agement of home industries, ! on the roads around here.
' Based upon Experience.”
the Panama-Pacific Expo
I was born and raised on a
rural credits in some form and}
have b«*cii taken to
stock ranch in Eastern Oregon:
Alva Zubet* went to Aum9ville
that the taxpayers money should
making this fair
I am thirty^five years of age and
1 on his wheel Sunday t<3 see a little
biggerand better than ever.;
be invested by the legislator just
was educated for the most part
roundup. Come again Alva.
dur b u lle t m i Han
as carefully as he would invest
in the city o f • Salem, where I
h i« « ktt4 S<mth»» *> I’»H f«rnla
Geo. Dietz is going into the
Republican Candidate for
his own funds.
have been engaged exclusively
As to my honor and integrity, h og . business. It has been re-
In the practice of law for the last
' John M .Scott, (ifn'l
I shall refer you to my many } ported that he bought- some
friends in Marion County in thorough-bred stpek a n d ’ after,
* o f Schools
I assume there are two prooo-
order that vou may determine feeding one all it could eat for 5
sitions paramount in the mind of
for ^ourself'w hether or not I months found it weighed close
every voterjn selecting a candi
measure up to the standard in to 15 pounds dressed. - Somepig!
date for this important office:
Efficiency based on experience.
First: The hono£ and integrity this respect. The Salem JournaL
o f the man who s°eks the place. on which paper I was formerly
Mrs. Abies and Mrs. Frank
Second: His ability to fill the employed for upwards of two
called on Mrs. Schrtack-
positron* if elected.
Safety First— Let Chiropractic Remove the Cause.
As to the first preposition, I
The Vaughn Bros, soki.several
think it is universally admitted knows and is known by a major-
ELMER C. GIPE
IIAUKY S. STONE
cattle to the Mill City butch
that honor and integrity consti
tute marh: most noble assets, re County and by everybody in Sa- er 1 ^ week.
M. S. Titu3 of Kingston was a
gardless of whether he leads mat
Wt- hav<- n-niocirUit the |>|vrni*«» at Wit; WuahinKton St.. Albany, into a
o f a public or private life. It 1881 and as he grew up in\»nd business visitor in Lyons Satur
n.ixl, rn Chjro| ractir Healthorium,r«mi an- now (,r«-|«r, fi to care for pa-
would be far from becoming with the country, he knows what day.
tit-nta nufT.-rinx from iKUlTluxt chrunk dint-ajiol. “
Offir,-»: Roornu 5-1(1
Ip-airhonutn hOS. Waah. St
however, for me to state that I hard work is, but also how much
Ben White and family o f Salem
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possess either o f these two im
and Wm. Patterson, o f Lyons
The y Told Marconi.
portant virtues. I shall therefore
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
only refer you to my many friends
E. Trask. Mrs. Trask accom
in Marion County in order that to as low a figure as possible panied them home in the evening-
cfn carididate for’
When in Salem
you may determine for yourself with the needs o f the country. for a few days stay in the capital
P. B. PHIPPS
whether or rot I measure up to
on the Capital Journal as report
the standard in this respect
Linn and Marion Counties
' fitting Shop. 165 Liberty for best Suggestive Theraputics
Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Baker and
In a consideration o f the sec er and there learned to sift the little daughter of Kingston vis-
corset on market, “ Nu Bone.”
ond proposition I realize that the
Dressmaking at prices you can
the law is. and apply it to the afford, and up-to-date millinery' n «».«. »«d r.m>w
office o f district attorney de- complishment of
a practicing Sunday
IJvvrl-KhmjmstUm ami .Imllar rfU
facts in each, particular case.
- mands a person who has had
at $3.50. Best values in the city, ru m i « lU w it d r a p i » k n lf, Kra*<
Hour. » lo 11 - I to •
actual experience in the trial of
“ IMPARTIAL JUSTICE TO ALL” Cedar chests to order.
O vrr S iala Hank
» . Horn
cases. In this connection how
52t4 Madams Metz & Lyon. | a««"* i «»«tt
a l b a n y , oü
ever, 1 desire to state, that I am
not without experience in the stand solidly for ^anything that last week.
o f the Veal
prosecution of criminal cases as
I 1 ^ 0 1 >A.rr i I I C ‘ Physicians and Surgeons
Republican candidate for j
I have handled maijjut cases of
this character both for the
D R . A . P . IIO W E L L B
f- D R . M A H Y I I O W g l J A
County of Marion and for the it is hoped, show the voters are the Hotel Abies,
OaUfoputhic Adjustment, thin in our nln(r«n; but in Addition. Otieopathk
Mesdames. A. Browq^A. Ring,
City of Salem. I have never of this opinion.”
®re •rsaMed by education and troinir.R to m t an your family
The Silverton Tribune, in a Frank Johnston anti Woodworth “ Whatever Kelps Marion County
phynirian, to m««< all tmergtncits which may arine.
held an elective office, but. <1
Savingn Bank Bldg.
served as special prosecutor in a recent editorial said, “ In the spent Wednesday afternoon with u -or Oregon, gets rr.j; earnest
support. V ‘ .
number of cases for John H. nomination and election of men Mrs. C. D. Wilson.
Geo. ’ Berry and wife of Me-
McNary while he was district like Ivan G Martin and other
called at the H p Bodek_
attorney and served as a deputy
Churhill bnd County Superin
under Gale S. Hill during his
tendent Smith paid our school a
even after h < me very rank
tenure o f office.- For two differ gret.
I will say to the voters of Mar-
Fred Lau was a Stayton visitor pleasant visit Friday. He prais*-
ent terms I was appointed by
Mrs. King visited in Salem on
ed the pupils for the fine success
ion County, that I am not pledg- i tbe *ast
The saw. mill on the Follr
the common council as attorney
ed.to any interest other than the
Harry Vaughn has been shear- they had had-with their penman
place is all up except the enj
U >r the city of Salem. It was
interest which I honestly believe mg Ffoats in the valley this week, ship and also gave them some
we exPect to hear the whi
during my tenure of officer as city
to be yours and mine and if I am
D. Watterman lost one of his valuable pointers in regard to the in Aumsville the laft of the ,c
the last of the week,
attorney that mucfi~~of the hard
elected I will faithfully and to horsc-3. He was pulling stumps next eighth grade examination week.
surface pavement was laid in the
the best of my ability serve Mar- on his farm when the cable on work.
Judge Bushy and some of the
d ty o f Salem. I am very thank
ion county and Oregon.
the stump puller tyroke, striking . George H. Bell is having his^ Ifinn coynty officials were look-
ful to be able to say that while I'
/\i inn ltM
MArl k Mr.
ff m ,1 Johnston
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_ * . OVGP'1*' t [j
IVAN G. MARTIN.
one o f the horses and breaking house
is I ! ing
over the ground the past
was city attorney no liens were
; its leg. The animal had. to be doing the work.
week for the establishment of
placed upon the city docket for
Teacher Training, Wedn
E. G. Siegmund of Fern Ridge a fery just west of the R. R
the construction of streets, sew -„George G. Bingham, who has killed later.
was trading with Sublimity mer bridge across the Santiam river
ers or sidewalks, but what were announced his candidacy for the
and the building of a bridge
held valid, and that of the many office of Circuit Judge“ in Marion
Glenn Smith of Jefferson was
Chas. H. Hettinger and family across Cold creek' which’ will ‘ Thursday, 7:30.Prayermee
Hens which were contested in the and Linn counties, was born in
courts, every case was decided in West Salem, Wisconsin in 1855. visiting here Friday apd-Satur-
motored' to Salem Saturday with establish a means of communicft-i Ladies Aid Friday after
Lord s Duy Bible school K
favor o f the city.
W. H. Downing in his “ Buick tion between this section and
He came to Oregon in 1873 and day
The duties o f district 'attotrey
Preaching l i a. m. Sub;
While enroute Mr. H. Shelburn.
The Sisters o f this place made Six.”
consist chiefly in the preparation was admitted to the bar o f this
and trial o f cases and a discrim state seven years later, after a business trip to Salem Satur- purchased a new “ Buick Six”
Mrs. Mary Eastman went-to'
Communion 12 m.
ination against family quarrels graduatiPg from the law depart day returning hon)e the same from Mr. Downing.
and fririlous prosecutions, I be ment of the University of Mich day.
3 p. m.
J. A. Ditter left Tuesday on a
M r^Van Neys spent Tuesday
lieve that the laws o f our state igan.
Endeavor 7 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. B, Prange were business trip to Portland.
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dmuld be enforced
Preaching 8 p. m. Subj
He haa now practiced in Salem visiting at the F. A. Bell home
‘ sty's only protection. But I
Frank Roeser spent the fore
The West Stayton ball team
not believe the docket should for thirty yean, and is consid Sunday evening.
part of the week visiting friends went to Marion Sunday and de
crowded at the expense of the ered one of the leading attorneys
State superintendant of schools at Oregon City.
feated the Marion team 10 to 7
- R. L. Putnam, Pi
For District Attorney
• ■ Walter L Keyes
W n . ’ NeedFTam;
C H IR O PR AC TO R S
Ivan G. Martin
Church of Christ