The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, January 01, 1914, Image 2

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    OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
Events Occurring Throughout
the State During the Past
Week.
The STAYTON MAIL
Published every Thursday by
E. M. Olmsted
Entered as second class mutter at the postolflce at Stayton,
Marion county, Oregon, under the act of Congress of March 8, 1879.
All communications shouki be addressed to T hk STAYTON M ail .
The Stayton Mail for $1.00
During the month of January
S U H S C K I P T I O N S , f l .S O p e r y « m r lit a d v a n c e
Booth Will Make Race for Sonata.
A d v e rtiN ltig R a t e s o n a p p lic a tio n
Eugene.— After two week» of con­
C a r o s of T h a n k s 8.60
O b i t u a r i k s - $1.00 up.
sideration. during which time hun­
dreds of tetters have come from ail
Positively nil papers stopped on expiration oisubscription
parts of the state, urging acceptance.
Robert A. Booth, who was waited up­
on by a delegation of Eugene citiiens
and asked to become a candidate for Lew Caldwell of Holton, Oregon is Dora Raben's one ofoureighth
the United States senstorshtp, has visiting at the Blakely home.
graders, is visiting in Portland
determined to heed the request, and to J. J. Staiger and wife of near Sub this
week.
seek the nomination for that office at limity and Mr. and Mrs. Hunder of
the hands of the republican party, of Sjuth Dakota who are visiting at the A teacher’s institute will be
which he has always been a member. Staiger home were in town Monday. held in Stayton in the near fn-
Wm. Harlan and fartfily of Mdl City ture. County Supt Smith has
Cooley Requisition Made.
arc
spending the Christmas holidays at not yet informed us as to the
Balea.—Governor West has issued
home of Mrs. Harlan's parents. exact date.
a requisition on the governor of Cali the
Hr.
and
Mrs. W. S. Watters.
fornia for A. R. Cooley, under arrest
in San rrancisco on a charge of kill­ Satisfaction for Skavers—
ing Thomas Van Pelt in Curry county We have in abondance. Razors that
15 years ago. Detective Doyle, who. hold their edge. Brushes that do not
with District Attorney Brown, worked shed. Soaps that lather perfectly. Lo­
G. H. and J. M. Ray were
up the evidence against Cooley, will tions, to free the ikin from irritation
take him to Curry county for trial. and leave it in comfortable readiness guests at the D. Townes home
Both One Year $2.50
Christmas day.
for the next shave at Beauchamp’s.
Two-Cent Fare McEwen Man's Idea.
The program and Chrisrmas
Salem.—Two cents a mile passez.ger
This offer cannot be duplicated with any other magazine. If you don't know
tree given at the church Xmas
fare on all steam and electric rail­
Collier’s., you have missed something, a great big fearless, independent, illustrated
roads in Oregon is to be the purpose
eve was well attended and ev­
of a measure John Edmiston of Mc­ Geo. Cornelius and wife o f eryone reports a most enjoyable
weekly magazine devoted to the common people.
Collier’s is a standard in
Ewen says he intends to IniUate at
the next election. He has written Colfax Washington and A. C. evening.
Newspaperdom.
Secretary of Stats Olcott for informa­ Cornelius of Alberta Canada are Ruben Cates and family and
tion as to how to prepare the initiative at O. H. P. Cornelius’ during Oliver Rowan of Jefferson were
petitions.
holidays.
Xmas visitors at the D. Townes
Take Advantage o f this offer At Once
home.
Tumalo Engineers Are Decided Upon. Geo. Mason and wife are at
Bend.—The board of engineers who Mrs. Mason’s mother. Mrs. Lina Mrs Henry Senz and Mrs.
as the time is limited.
will determine the character of the Wood.
Mike Ryan called at the Dave
big dam that will be built to impound
the waters of Tumalo creek for the L. D. Barr’s sister Mrs. Smith Aegerter home Tuesday.
Irrigation of the lands under the
Washington is visiting them M. F. Ryan and sou Willie
Subscriptions received at the Mail office
state's Tumalo segregation, have been of
this
week.
made a business trip to Aums-
chosen and will hold their first meet­
* ».fW fm /m
~ m ~ /a» m f m
ing in January.
B. B. Herrick Sr. of Salem was ville Saturday.
*
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^
• a -*:-'
in
Turner
between
trains
Mon­
W. R. Brenner and wife and
Band Begins Tour.
Linn Lambert and wife spent
Albany.—The Oregon agricultural day.
THE BUTT IN SKIS
college cadet band appeared in a con­ Robt. Witzel’s were guests at Christmas at the Pat Lambert
cert In the Albany armory Monday the J- M. Bones home the first of home.
If You
evening. The concert was the first the week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ray call­ A story I am going to tall
in the band's second annual tour of
<£
people we all know well.
cities of the state.
Mr. and Mrs. Williamson from ed on Mrs. N. Anderes Saturday. Of
They are scattered all over the country
A re Inclined
Idaho spent a few days this week Miss Elsie Thayer called on Butt Ins is sbout what they spell.
U M A TILLA P R O JEC T S T A R T ED with John Watson.
Mrs. John Huber Monday after­ They are all the time looking for labor, f o r a really enjoyable
Secretary of Interior Orders Opera­ Jim Bones made a business noon.
And atill they are buay all day.
smoke here is your op­
tions on West Extension at Once. trip in Linn and Benton counties M. F. Ryan and family, Geo. They are telling you all of your business,
Pendleton.—H. D. Newell, engineer
!
And
leaving
you
nothing
to
say.
Ray, Hazel and Frank Lambert You can take a man with you fordinner portunity to get the best
in charge of the Umatilla project at last week.
Hermiston. received orders by tele­ Effie Farris of Sumpter Hill David and Ernest Aegerter, And show him your place that’afor sale.
<•1 >
G gar that was ever roll­
graph from Secretary oi the Interior Hill spent part of the holidays in Ethel Smith, Leslie Townes and He will tell you he’ll let you know later,
ed. Made of fine selected
Lane to begin operations on the west
wife
were
guests
at
the
Henry
But
put
up
no
money
for
bail.
Turner.
extension of that project immediately.
Havana stock, of superior flavor. It is a good drawing
Shank home Sunday.
The But Ina will then get busy,
As this order has been eagerly await­
For
they
know
just
where
he
has
been.
ed, no time was lost, and within one
Miss Angeline Ryan is spend­ They will nab him wherever they aee cigar, therefore desirable for outdoor smoking. Buy one
hour after the message was received
ing
her vacation at the home of
and try it— then you will be tempted to buy a box for
him,
a crew of men were busy locating the
her
sister Mrs. Frank Haberman And then they commence
to But In.
first construction camp. This will be Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mull of
the house or the office. W e have priced these Cigars so
about two miles west of Hermiston. Portland are spending the holi­ of Munkers.
There
are
people
that
have
been
scalded
as to meet all kinds of pockets.
The 70,000 acres contained in the
Ed Smith made a business trip And had to be grafted with skin,
west extension will be reclaimed by days here with relatives.
The doctor must have uaed goat hide
units. There are 10,000 acres in the W. H. Downing spent Christ­ to Jordan Saturday.
By the way these fellows Butt In.
first unit. The principal part of the mas with his father in Salem.
F.
T.
Thayer
and
family
spent
They are all the time kicking and
work wUl be the construction of the
knocking
diversion dam across the Umatilla B. F. Fresh was a Stayton cal­ Sunday at the Floyd Shelton
home.
Our climate, our country and all
river, making a reservoir of the river ler Saturday.
Whatever the governor doea for us
valley. This dam will be located two
Grandma
Flick
who
fell
and
These
people are ready to bawl—
Fred
Frank
and
family,
L.
0.
miles west of Hermiston. Following
broke her leg is said to be im­ The work
the completion of the first unit, a Reynolds and wife, E. C. Down­ proving
hours are always to many.
nicely.
second dam will be built across the ing and family James Gibson
The wages are always to small,
river near Stanfield, converting a and Mike Raehm spent Christ­ J. M. Ray of Lebanon was vis- They ill jerk the props out. so they
large part of the Umatilla meadows mas at the Albert Frank home, liting with relatives last week.
- tell us.
Into a reservoir.
And
this
country
we love so will fall.
Mr. Ray has purchased property
Jos.
Hildeshein
was
seen
driv­
R. J. MOSES, Prop.
$$
in Lebanon and expects to make That
They trusts
**y the are (t°vernment
*» kind rotten,
W. J. Leaton it Sentenced.
ing
home
with
a
new
carriage
the
worst
of
sin.
Marshfield.—William J. Leaton, con­
j it his future home.
And still they organize unions
victed of the theft of *3085 of street Saturday.
spent
Where the goat-heads can always Butt
Joe
Warwick
of
Scio
Hot and Cold Water Batha
- -
funds of the little town of East Side, J. T. Hunt and family spent
In.
near here, while city recorder there, Sunday with Mrs. John King.
several days last week at the G.
There are some will say I’m a traitor.
was sentenced to from one to 15 years
; H. Ray home.
When they see what I have to say,
in state prison and to pay a fine of
BOARD BY THE DAY OR THE WEEK
Leslie Townes and Harry For these fellows they can’t keep from
$6170. The fine is $2 for every dol­
H
kicking,
lar he stole.
Shank attended the shooting
at Jordan Saturday, they Like the mule, tl.ey were bom that way.
Hungarian Pheasanta to Be Tried.
School commenced again Mon­ match
thought
a turkey was too heavy There ia nothing we say that can please
Klamath Falla.—Twenty-four pairs day after a week’s vacation; ev­
them,
to
pack
home
of Hungarian pheasants, recently re
came back with a smil­ low chicken. so took a big yel­ It’s always the way with some men.
ceived from Europe, will be sent to eryone
They will blat and stamp like a Billy,
I3QQOIDO DQaoi
this couaty soon. They are about the ing face and renewed energy.
Then
stiffen their necks and Butt In.
W.
R.
Ray
and
wife
left
Sun­
size of the ordinary pheasant, but are Zelma Elder, Rosie and Marie
HE New Seaflon
IHK
ScMHon b hr r i n g g s i gjj
The Aumsville Poet
believed to be hardier and more capa. Deidrich were absent from Mrs. day for Lebanon where they ex­
w with
i t h it
it a u tarnrld
world a of # new ideas W!*
ble of oaring for themselves than the Pratt’s room this week on ac­ pect to stayjovernight and start
in Portraiture. Your por­
Mongolian pheasant.
trait is a happy reminder to
Monday
for
Los
Angeles
t
o
count of sickness.
your 1 friends that they’re "in
HOLIDAY NUMBER
spend the winter.
Club Asks For Highway Fund.
your
thoughts."
Oregon City.—The Clackamas Im Maude Morton from Salem vis­ Chas. Lambert returned to Sa­ The Pacific Homestead got out a
We
can assure you the good
Holiday Number this year that is a
provement club has adopted résolu ited school this week.
Portrait
likeness that only personal care
lem
Monday
evening.
tions asking the county court to apply
produces.
high school has organized Joe Senz and wife visited with beauty. It consists of 70 pages pro­
to the state highway commission for a The
Come early and avoid t h e
fusely
illustrated
with
scenes
from
the
part of the $238,000 highway fund, and Student Body with the follow­ home folks Thursday.
Holiday
Crowds. Write o r
Willamette
Valley.
The
cover
ia
done
I
that the same be expended on the ing officers; Oliver Lesley, Pres;
Phone
for
a time for a sitting.
in
colors,
and
the
whole
issue
ia
a
cred
Pacific highway through Clackamas Malana Sestak, Vice Pres; June P. P. Crabtree of Kingston it to any printing plant.
county.
Kearns, Sec-Treas. The Student called at the H. Shank home
Body intends to give an enter­ Tuesday.
Taxatlon'Values Boom.
Astoria.—The segregation of the tainment soon t o raise money Mr. and Mrs. Fax Thayer spent
valuations of the holdings of the pub­ to m a k e a payment o n Xmas with relatives at Hubbard.
GET YOUR SOLE FIXED
NOTICE
lic service corporations as fixed by t h e piano which they have
the state tax board «hows that $411,- placed in the high school room. Clifford Trask of Lyons was a
Mt. Pleasant visitor Sunday.
041 of the total amount Is taxable
John Watters the Old Reliable is To members of the Farmer’s Fire Re­
„
WE PAY HIGHEST MARKET back
within the limits of the city of Astoria. Mrs. Pratt was absent from Darrel , ^ Downes , is spending
at hia old stand. Nuff Sed,
a
FRICES
for
,ivc
hog§(
calveg(
gheep
lief Association of Sublimity, Oregi n.
her
room
Tuesday
morning
on
few
days
at
the
Pat
Lambert
Schools to Tset Cows.
There will be a regular meeting of
anb
cattle,
also
country
produce
of
all
account
of
illness.
June
Kearns
Dallas.—A system of herd record­
home.
the
association, its 18th annual meet­
kinds. Telephone or write our buyer
DRY WOOD FOR SALE
keeping Is being Installed In Polk filled the position during the
ing.
held at the C. O. F. hall at Sub­
J. D. Densmore, Salem, Ore., Box 85
eounty schools under the supervision regular teacher’s absence.
limity
on Janurary 3., 1914, at 11 A. M.
of W. A. Barr, of th>- extension depart­ Mrs. Pancoast visited Miss Buggies, hacks, surries an d fsrm phone Main 1041. Shipping dates for
for
the
election of officers and other
machinery at cost Wright Hardware live stock can be learned by phoning A. few tiers of dry wood for sale, business that may come before the
ment of the Oregon agricultural col-
Hollister’s room week before and Implement Co., Aumsville Oregon Produce houses at Lebanon, Scio and also other wood for sale. See or Phone meeting.
tf Stayton. Union Meat Company.
| last.
E. B. Hunt, Stayton.
1-8
Chas. Hottinger, Sec.
only we will make this offer The Bargain
Price positively closes Saturday January 31.
If you wish to take advantage of this of­
fer either for yourself or for a friend, do
so before February 1.
fit. Pleasant
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