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THE STHYT0N MÄIL
S T A Y T O N , MARION CO U NTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 5,
19th Year, No 18.
WILL N E H AT MEDFORD
flood roads workers o f two states
will met at Medford June 6, when the
proposed new road between California
and Oregon will be dlacuased. The
route, lately surveyed la designed to
avoid bad grades in the present road.
A campaign will be started by Jackson
County for the Issuance o f bonds for
LOCALS HAVE THE VIS
ITORS AT THEIR MERCY BRIDEGROOMS MUST
ALL BE EXAMINED
Lebanon PilUhooter Would Make a Better
Pillrolier— Viadora Are Baáy
After Tuesday o f o f this week
Lrbunon ha* many bright men and
Thin fact wai emphasized
team tried to beat
IN A GRAND
MUSICAL HOTCH POTCH
A SPLENDID START
A splendid start has been made by
the State Immigration Commission in
t h e work o f attracting immigrants
from Northern Europe.
hearing, held recently, was productive
o f valuable suggestions and many dis
tricts will co-operate in bringing set
tlers here, as well as in aiding them on
Danish and Dutch conferences along
the same line will be held by the Com
Over Forty Stayton People In The Cast SALEM TO STAYTON
Don't Come If You Have
A Weak Heart
office o f the county clerk for a mar
riage license must present to the county
Pursuant to a call by a bunch o f Sa
clerk the certificate o f a licensed phy-
lem handbills distributed over town the
plicant for such license is free
contagious or infectious venereal dis-
the local» on the
MILL CITY TALENT
WILL PLAY IN
“A KENTUCKY BELLE”
TO COME HERE JUNE 7
Mill City People Under Tke Aispices Cf
The Maccabees Will Skew Here
■‘A Kentucky B elle" was
night before, a fairly goodsized crowd at the Mill City Opera House
met in the Stayton Theatre last night to a crowded house every
to hear what a double auto load o f Sa- taken and standing room at a
■¡cian, made under oath, that the ap
beautiful women, but very, very, few
bridegrooms making applications at the
Serial No. 900
lem boosters and railroad men had to and by far the largest crowd that ever
The physician's certificate
| before witnessed a performance o f ar y
h mio k round».
company the application for a mar
Those who came over from the Capi- kind at Mill City,
The dny waa line and warm and a
riage license or the document will not
tal City were: John McNary, Theo.
The Knight’s O f the Maccabees h;,ve
large umber of Stayton fan» were out
reason to be proud o f the success o f
be issued. This law was passed by
Roth, J. H. Cradelbaugh, E. Hofer, J . i reason
a» web it» a nice bunch from the Linn the last legislature and is effective in
i their first play at Mill City. The play
F. Mouncc, A. L. McLeod, G. A. Kyle
,tx>k well and frequent applause greet-
every county in the state o f Oregon.
and G. F. Taber.
For some reasor, e j (,i„.
These amateur players.
Once in awhile, one o f the viaitora
Under the terms o f the law the
best known to t h e promoter, J. F. j all local talent, showed that they lad
connected accidentally with one of
maximum charge allowed a physician
Mounce, The Mail was not advised la st; been carefully trained and had been
Cole’a dope pilla, but aa a general rula for making the examination and is
J week o f the proposed meeting, a n d ^ °‘n^ muc^ practicing. Many profes
it waa one, two. three.
sionals on the stage are not nearly so
suing the certificate will be $2.50.
comparatively but few people saw the
Bate», the Lebnnon pill »hooter, waa
Destitute men may secure the ex
Credit must be given Sir Kt. Geo. C.
a misfit, he should have been at horns
All o f the visitors and a few Stayton
amination by application to the county
Peil for picking out such clever players
men took the opportunity to expound
physician if they are indigent«.
and giving the play in the manner that
their different views on the subject o f
The viaitora never did have much o f
“ Before any county clerk in this
he did, the stage settings were the
The last proposition by
a chance to acore, while the locals piled state shall issue a marriage license,
finest ever shown in Mill City, every
promoter Mounce is that the people o f
up seven, and would have had several the applicant therefor ahall file with
little detail was carefully looked s f u r
Stayton and vicinity buy a few shares
more if Thom a had not fumbled two the clerk from whom auch license ia
and everything went off without a
near second base.
Bought, a certificate from a physician
act amount wag not stated, but the
We don't know what they drink in duly authorized to practice medicine
The play is the present time, which
idea seems to be general that about
Lebanon, but by the way our artist j witiiin the state, under oath, within
happened in the blue grass region i f
$20,000 worth Would fill the bill.
caught them below It must be
| ten days from the date o f filing the
Old Kentucky and the comedy v as
While the editor o f this paper wants
Cola. Rest up boys ami take a R°°d ! same, showing that the male person
very good. Special mention must le
a raiiroad into Stayton just as badly as
long snoosc and some day wa” M t»y it thus seeking to enter the marriage re-
given the lady actors. Miss Elizabeth
anyone in the town, it is a fact that
J lation ia free from contagious or ia-
Denny as leading lady carried her part
we will wait a long while for one if it
j factious vencral disea*#.
through in a way that would make most
must be built by stock sales in this city
“ Any physician who shatl, knowingly
professionals ashamed o f themselves,
and wilfully, make a false statement
she not only looks the part o f a Ken
We have shown our interest in the
in any certificate issued, as herein pro
The acting will be far in the lead o f
There is to be something novel and
tucky Belle but acted one throughout
vided, »hall be punished by the revoca original for our pleasure lovers at the any home talent performance hereto matter, John McNary and J. F.Mounce the entire performance. A t no tin e
to the contrary notwithstanding. We
tion o f his license to practice hia pro- Stayton Theatre Wednesday night un
fore given in Stayton on account o f the have granted a franchise over our did she lose her presence o f mind but
feasion within the atate.
was a leader throughout the whole play
der the auspices o f the Stayton Base
streets that, if the road is built and
and with Miss Denny acting up to her
Ball Club and the direction o f Prof.
Prof. Merrill has been very success
part the ladies were strong. Mus Jes
Merrill o f San Francisco. Prof. Mer
be worth many thousands o f dollars.
sie Harris as Marie Van Harlinger.wilh
rill comes well recommended from many ful in all his performances in this state
Mr. McNary and Mr. Mounce have
her winning ways and smiles brought
different towns and cities in this and there is very little chance o f his
shown their faith by their works, now
frequent applause time and time again
state. He is an instructor o f great
let these mythical backers come for
from the crowded house.
merit, having made a name for himself I^hanon, Independence and Silverton
ward and reap the harvest if they
In the second act where she hides b e
in several states in the union. There he played to big successes and in every
hind the screen and listens to Col. Mc-
will be 40 home people in the cast, and town where he has put on these pro
We wish to publietly thank all the
A new registration law went into e f judging from thorehearsals the show ductions the papers and critics have Salem crowd that came over last night, Millen’s proposal, the house was in an
uproar all the time. Her young ladies
will equal the work o f any show that given him credit for doing what no
fect on June 3. It differs from the old
for the entertainment they afforded us,
other man had done in their town, and
who played the part of Village girb.ai
has struck Stayton in many a month.
and ask them to come back again.
law substantially in that a voter must
received bouquets in the firstjact afte
Thia show can not be classed with the judging from the recommendations he
be registered to be able to cast his , usual home talent performances as the brings, the people o f this city will get
their song, “ I Want To Be In Dixie.’
Miss Catherine Morit/. as Miss Mar.a
instructor is a professional and under- their money’s worth. So don’ t forget
with her aristocrats ways, wa
This registration ia expected to
just fine. Mrs. Roy Cole as the Nurse,
M an accomplished actress and will give your seats early and avoid the rush t a
permanent and need not be renewed as
looked the part and played her lines ii
several specialties herself, including the house will be packed to the doors.
long as the voter remains in the same the Beautiful Butterfly Dance.
Watch for small bills.
a way that showed that she had traine
SCORE BY INNING
precinct and votes at each election.
herself carefully for her part.
Last but not least Miss Remoh Evens
Lebanon . . . . . . ___ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 —0
Women must register as well as men.
That the Willamette Valley is the in the part o f Cindy, a negro maid, was
Hits.................... 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 - 4
All aliens MUST bring their papers to
one section o f the United States that a whole show in herself. The cake
Stayton.................. 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 —7 the official Registrar. There is no fee
can raise sheep equal to those o f En walk and dancing by Heniy and Cindy
Hits.................... 2 0 2 0 8 1 2 1 —11 for registration.
was just irreat. The other ladies o il
Be sure you know the Tp. Range and
gland, was the statement made by Prof.
their part well, and the men all acted
Section in which you live.
Thos. Shaw, agricultural expert for the their parts in a professional way.
holders must sign as witnesses.
Great Northern Railway, in a recent
Roy Cole as leading man was strong
statements must be sworn to. You can
talk at Salem. He also said that here throughout the entire performance.
register at any time up to within 90
Opening Overture Mrs. Geo. Korinek 8. Overture . . . Mrs. Korinek in this state conditions are such that Carl Mason as Col. McMillen was sure
days o f the general election.
pork can be produced for less cost than an old man at all times. Bert Duncan
MUST register if you wish to vote.
9. Farce “ Mistaken Identity”
is the case in the corn belt o f the Mid' as Head Line man was verj good, Henry
You cannot swear in your vote on elec
Fcarl Overlander, Mabel Weddle, Jealous wife . . Mrs. E. M. Olmsted die West, while butter can be produced the negro boy by Mr. Hill did gcod
B A very prettyCwedding took place
E. M. Olmsted for 50 per cent less than in New En work, while Geo. G. Peil as Dr. Ram
Alma Nendel,Margaret Staab.Rosa Frivolous hubby . .
Tuesday morningH at the Catholic The Stayton Mail for Stayton Precinct.
Charlie Merrill gland.
Prof Shaw insists that the son was the good Doctor at all times.
Allis, Dorothy Shreve, Sylvia Sea- j
E. M. Olmsted
Oregon farmer is, as a rule, neglecting
church in this city. The contracting
The Play will be repeated at ¡the
10. “ A Rainy Afternoon”
opera house at Stayton, Saturday night
and Florence Overlander.
parties were Joseph Sherman and Misa
June 7th, and we feel sure that the
Fairy Brower and Edith Olmsted
Stayton citizens will appreciate “ A
The bride is the daughter o f Mr. and
Kentucky Belle.” For it is a gew
' Deacon Crabtree . . . John Thoma 11.
Frankie Earle Merrill
Mr*. Chas Fischer c f this city. The
! Kitty (daughter) . . . June Kearns
As “ Liberty Enlightening t h e
groom i%a prominent rancher and prune
A Mill City Citizen.
| Charlie (lover) . . . Paul Blakely
W orld,” and The Beautiful Butter
raiser o f Shaw.
Jake (colored servant . C. R. Merrill
fly Dance, assisted by four little
The eercmoiiy, which was performed
Stayton maids. Gladys Hammond,
at 9 a. m. by Rev. l.ainck. was follow
Dorothy Shreve, Gladys Glover
ed by a wedding reception at the home
On next Thursday, June 12, the saw
F. O. Bryant, who has taken charge 4.
Tom Thmmb ami Wife
Sylvia Sestak, Dean Watters and
o f the brides parents on Third St.
mill men and the heavyweights o f the
of the Commercial Hotel in this city, is
Song “ Our Trip Abroad’ ’
The young couple will make their
Hazel Olmsted and Lora Rauscher.
Gardner Hour and excelsior mills will
an ok) experienced hotel man in Los
home on a farm near Shaw, Oregon.
pull off their annual stunt.
Angeles, Santa Barbara and King City, 5.
That it will be some exciting contest
“ That Giddy Old Maid.”
An excursion will come down iron
It is rumored
Luther Cole, Harvey Beauchamp, goes without saying.
Mr. Bryant expects to put the hotel
(Heart Whole and 43)
William Ortman, Theo. Rizzo, EM. that A. D. himself will assist the boys Mill City to Stayton Sunday, June 3
in first-class shape. He will have the 6.
Dashing Kodak Girls
in his employ, but be that as it may Incidentally they will bring along thii
Blakely and Jim Burton.
rooms repapered and repainted, the
Fatty Hewitt will sure be on the dia
ball team and contest another garr
“ Yankee Sailor Girls”
dining room and office will be much im
Vanda Sestak, Marion Alexander, 13.
mond and its worth something to see
with the locals.
(Military Song and Drill.)
Naomi Silhavay, Gladys Jones.
Fred Rock, since he has bought out proved, the exterior will be painted,the
Everybody is confident that the Sta
the Pastime Confectionery and Cigar
bunch will put up a fast game a
Jeanne Shreve, Clara Murphy.Ollie sharp. Bills with line-up will be out
homelike shape and a new cement walk
Store has fixed up the place consider
give the Millmen a run for their n < i<
(A Day in the Woods)
Hepburn and Hazel Overlander
will be laid on both the west and south
even if the fellows from the upper .i i
Theo. Rizzo and Stayton’ .; Beauty
ably and will put in a complete line o f fronts.
tiam have scoured two counties to s<
all kinds o f confections. Fred expects
Mr. Bryant states that the liest o f help
A. S. Davie’s little two-year-ol I toy cure good players.
to keep his placo in such shape that it will be employed and that if good scr-
fell off the porch yesterday and broke
If you want to see a good game
will be perfectly proper at all times for vice and courteous treatment wiU
a bone in his left arm near the elbow. the ball park next Sunday,come. Gam
women and children to come in and | tempt the traveling public, that he I f you w ant to laugh follow the crow d next W e J. night
Dr. Brewer set the member.
call'd at 2»‘W. Admission 2fc.
1 hopes to obtain their patronage.
LAW NOW IN EFFECT
CAN RAISE SHEEP
EQUAL TO ENGLAND
TWO POPULAR YOUNG
PEOPLE WED TUESDAY
WILL RUN AN EXCUR
SION NEXT SUNDAY
FIXED UP IN FIRST