The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, January 01, 1914, Image 4

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    MONROE DOCTRINE
QUESTIONED IN CHILE
BRIEF NEWS OF OREGON
HEALD MAP CO’S
MAP PLEASES
SALEM
A PM
B a k e r h a s been sw ep t by a cold
a a \e .
T e m p e ra tu re reach ed 10 d e­
g re e s an d d riftin g snow th re a te n e d to
tolonel Roosevelt and Chilean blo ck ad e th e ra ilro a d s.
B. L. S leev es, m ay o r of S alem , la
F x ’ Diplomat in Heated
said to be groom ed a s a c a n d id a te to
Argument.
su cceed R e p re se n ta tiv e H aw ley in Proof Sheet* Brirg Incrra*« of Order*
co n g ress.
•
ia Many Inttancc* for Big Com­
\\ .ish in g to n .— M em ber« of th e diplo­
F ig u re s show th a t a b o u t 35,000
bination Hat
m atic co rp s, esp ecially re p re se n ta tiv e * w h ite c e d a r tie s a re sh ip p ed from th e
from th e S o u th A m erican co u n triea. tie ca m p s In Coos a n d C u rry c o u n tie s
w ere g re a tly In te re ste d In a re p o rt lu th e c o u rse of a m onth. T h e g r e a t­
re ach in g W ash in g to n th a t ex-Preal- e st n u m b e r a re sh ip p ed from Uandon.
d en t D oosevelt and Dr. M arsh all M ar­
S e rg e a n t P a u l H ath aw ay . C om pany
tinez. a t one tim e C hilean m in is te r M. s ta tio n e d a t V ancouver. W ash., h a s
to th e U n ited S ta te s, clash ed in S a n ­ been o rd e re d to P o rtla n d to re p o rt to
tiag o de C hile on a c c o u n t of d iv e rg e n t G en eral F tn s e r a s in s tru c to r of th e Accurate in Every Detail and Invaluable
to Every Buainea* Man and Farmer
view s on th e M onroe d o ctrin e.
O regon N atio n a l G uard.
in tha Territory
T h e re p o rte d d e b a te a ttra c te d u n ­
K. B. T ongue. D istric t A tto rn e y of
u su al in te re s t h e re b ecau se both of W a sh in g to n co u n ty , h a s filed su it
th e p rep a re d sp e e c h e s w ere rev iew ed a g a in s t th e s ta te fa ir board fo r $185,
The Heaki Map Company, of Port­
before deliv ery by th e C h ilean foreig n alleg ed to be due a s sta k e s iu a h o rse
land, has recently submitted to busi­
office.
race. B reach of c o n tra c t is c h a rg e d . ness people of Salem proofs of the com­
In hia a d d re s s a t th e R oosevelt re-
T h e h id e of a silv e r g ray fox valued bination plat of Salem and vicinity and
th e M onroe d o c trin e a s a d e a d issu e
a t $500 a n d th e h id e of a c ro ss b reed so well pleased were the local men that
an d arg u in g th a t th e c o n d itio n s w hich
valu ed a t $100 w e re b ro u g h t In to C an ­ many of them doubled ami, in some in­
gav e rise to its p ro m u lg a tio n by P re s ­
yon C ity by J o h n a n d A rth u r Colbs, stances, trebled their orders.
id e n t M onroe in 1823 h a v e a lm o st e n ­
tra p p e rs. T h e p e lts w ere se c u re d iu
C. J. Sand, sales manager, is located
tire ly d isap p eared .
L o g an valley.
at
540 State street, where he will be
T h is s ta te m e n t is said to h a v e
T h e e ig h t h o u r law in O regon a p ­ glad to discuss the map with anyone
aro u se d th e ire of C olonel R o o sev elt,
p lies to all th e s ta te in s titu tio n s, ac ­ interested.
w ho rep lied w ith som e h e a t, ho ld in g
c o rd in g to a d ecisio n of th e su p re m e
The Heald Map Co., with branch of­
th a t th e M onroe d o c trin e s till w as a
c o u rt. S h o rte n in g of h o u rs w ill c a u se fice at Salem, has under compilation
v ita l p rin c ip le o f th e fo re ig n policy of
a d eficien cy in th e a p p ro p ria tio n s, it the most accurate, complete and useful
th e U n ited S ta te s. H e is said . too. to
is said.
plat o f Salem and vicinity ever at­
h av e su g g e ste d to th e C h ilean diplo­
S ta te G am e W a rd e n F in ley aid in g , tempted, consisting of townships 4, 6,
m a tis t in c id e n ta lly th a t It w as ill-ad­
6, 7, 8, and 9 South, Ranges 1 East,
Now is the time to make new year's
vised on su ch a n o ccasio n to in a u g u r­ in a n a d v iso ry c a p a c ity . Max M uller,
of P o rtla n d , w ill p u rc h a se a n u m b e r and 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, and 6 West, compris­ resolutions, resolve to own a piece of
a te a co n tro v e rsy .
ing the greater part of Polk and Mar­ land close to town where you can have
N o th in g o fficia l h a s re a c h e d th e o f song b ird s a b ro a d fo r use in p ro p a ­
ion counties, the south half of Yamhill all the town advantages without the
C hilean leg a tio n h e re c o n c e rn in g any g a tin g th e w ild sp e c ie s in th e O regon
and part of Clackamas counties. The town taxes, where you can keep a
w
oods.
p h a se of w h a t d ip lo m a tis ts a re in­
B a k e r w as th e sc e n e of a u n iq u e vicinity plat will take in the towns of team, a couple of rows, a Hock of
c lin ed to c o n sid e r a d e lic a te situ a tio n .
C h ris tm a s c e le b ra tio n w hen 500 school McMinnville, Woodburn, Silverton, In­ chickena a pig or two and have a gar­
c
h ild re n sto o d in n in e in ch es of snow dependence, Stayton, Dallas ami Salem, den.
KILL MEXICAN PLOTTERS
in th e o p en s tr e e ts a n d p a rtic ip a te d and all other towns in these townships.
1 have cut my place into five acre
All of Commissioned Officers of Bat­
This plat will show all township sec­ tracts and will place them on the mar­
in Y u letid e c e re m o n ie s b efo re a g re a t
talion Suffer at Guaymas.
tions and quarter sections, numbered ket January 1, the price ia $750 per lot
C h ris tm a s tre e .
H erm osillo, S o n o ra.— T h e co m m is­
A c o u rs e of le c tu re s on in fa n t sc i­ and indexed; all steam and electric lines (5 acres) only $250 down and balancs
sio n ed o ffic e rs a n d m any s e rg e a n ts
All of
ence d e a lin g w ith p ro b lem s of c h il­ ami proposed ones; all rivers, creeks, $10n per year with interest.
a n d c o rp o ra ls o f th e T e n th b a tta lio n
d re n up to th e a g e of six will be given and principal bridges, from U. S. gov­ these lots lay within 3-4 mile of the
Linoleums last indefinitely, protect your
of th e fe d e ra l g a rriso n a t G u ay m as
a t th e P a re n ts E d u c a tio n B u reau , ernment survey. Game lines, school Stayton post office and moat of them
w e re ex e c u te d in th a t city , a c co rd in g
floors, make work eaiser for the house­
P o rtla n d , b e g in n in g F rid ay . J a n u a ry district lines, etc., showing all churches, cloaer. Some of this land ia seeded to
to w ord b ro u g h t h ere.
2. a n d c o n tin u in g e a c h w eek th e r e a f­ school houses and postoffices i n the clover and some to oats.
keeper and add to the appearance of the
O fficers an d m en of th e T e n th w ere
country in their respective locations
te r, u n til J u n e 7.
With the price of meat, eggs, butter,
disarmed se v e ra l d ay s ago by G en eral
named
and
indexed.
room.
vegetables and rent going higher each
B eing d e siro u s of seein g A lask a
O jeda, federal commandant, w h en he
All state and country roads will be year, don’t you think it would be a
p ro p e rly re p re se n te d . S e n a to r C ham ­
discovered th e y were p lo ttin g to d e­
b e rla in w ill in tro d u c e a bill p ro v id in g drawn to scale and named with rural good plan for you to own a few acres
s e r t to th e in s u rg e n t side.
fo r th e a p p ro p ria tio n of $250,000 to routea out of all principal towns named where you can raise all you can use
A ccom panied by th re e o f th e fe d e ra .
e n a b le s u ita b le e x h ib its of A lask a separately with arrow points to show and some to sell. There are only seven
o fficers w ho s u rre n d e re d to th e in ­
p ro d u c ts to be m ade a t th e S an F ra n ­ the direction in which they run. Show­ of these lots (we are reserving one or
s u rg e n ts a t M ay to ren a, G e n e ra l Obre-
ing property owners, the township sec two of them.) Come over and let us
c isco a n d S an D iego ex p o sitio n s.
gon. field c o m m a n d e r of th e c o n s titu ­
J u s t fo u r h o u rs a f te r sh e a p p e a re d tion and quarter they live in; the rural show you these tracts and talk it over
tio n a lis ts in w e ste rn M exico, re tu rn e d
W. R. Jephcott
in h e r sk e tc h a t th e M ajestic T h e a te r route and rural route box number, tele­ with you.
h e re to a s s is t in lo c a tin g th e s c a tte re d
Stayton, Oregon.
a t R o seb u rg , M rs. A1 O v erto n gave phone number, size of ranch in acres,
g ro u p s of fe d e ra l so ld ie rs w ho h ad
b irth to a son. Mr. O v erto n Is of In ­ etc., will all be named and indexed and
d e se rte d from th e G u ay m as g a rriso n .
d ian blood an d sa y s th e new a rriv a l put in a handy pocket book form as a
Floyd Robinson and family have mov­
is e n title d to a 160-acre tr a c t o f land key to the plat showing location of ed to Turner.
Idaho Solons to Stay Home.
rancher,
etc.
A
mailing
list
will
be
B oise.— A se ssio n e x tra o rd in a ry of in th e R o seb u rg re se rv a tio n .
THERE WILL BE NO
Geo. Kearns made a business trip to
T h e pro b lem o f th e unem p lo y ed in classified seperately with names in ro­
th e tw e lfth Id ah o le g isla tu re w ill n o t
Portland last week,
tation
on
the
different
routes.
In
ad
be called by G o v ern o r H ain es. A fter e a s te rn O regon, w hich is a c u te a t
F. I. Jones and wife were business
dition, business people in towns will be
g iv in g c o n sid e ra tio n to th e d e m an d s p re se n t, w ill be relie v e d by th e com ­
named and classified in this book to be visitors in Albany Saturday.
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from v a rio u s se c tio n s of th e s ta te for
used as a business directory.
Sell your produce for Cash to the
a n e x tra sessio n , he issu e d a s ta te ­ w ork on th e firs t 10,000 a c re u n it of
Cn the back of the vicinity plat will Stayton Cash Produce Company, tf
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be shown Salem, the Capital City, show­
i p ro je c t.
Mrs. Kirkpatrik of Aumsville spent
as we have no old out of date goods to dispose of.
F o r le a d in g five h u n g ry an d unem - ing all streets, alleys, lots and blocks Sunday with her daughter Mrs. G. A.
’ ployed m en in to a P o rtla n d r e s ta u ra n t and additions named, numbered and in Pratt.
w h e re th e y o b ta in e d food w ith o u t p ay ­ dexed showing the exact size of every
Clarence Monroe and wife of Mill
in g fo r sam e. M unicipal Ju d g e S te v ­ lot, both width and length, donation City were visiting friends in Stayton
en so n se n te n c e d W a y n e R. Jo n e s to land claim lifies, etc. In addition will Monday.
show all public buildings, school houses
| five d a y s on th e ro ck p ile.
Luster Sandman, wife a n d baby
M exico C ity.— F in a n c ia l im p o v e r­
J. T h o rb u rn R oss, p re s id e n t of th e churches, warehouses, manufacturing
spent
Chistmaa at the S. H. Burson
plants,
R.
R.
station,
state
institutions,
is h m e n t an d a n in c re a sin g o rg a n iz a ­ T itle G u a ra n te e a n d T ru s t com pany,
tio n am o n g sc o re s of re b e l b a n d s have w hich failed in P o rtla n d In 1907, w ho all drawn to scale, named, numbered home.
Miss Maude Morton of Salem spent
red u ced th e p ro v isio n a l g o v e rn m e n t w as co n v icted of m isa p p ro p ria tin g and indexed, also showing all fire cis­
to w h a t a p p e a rs to be a d e s p e ra te s it­ s ta te fu n d s an d se n te n c e d to th e p e n ­ terns, fire hydrants, and street arc the week-end visiting friends in Stay-
u atio n , b u t c o n se rv a tiv e re s id e n ts of ite n tia ry , h a s been g iven a full p ard o n lamps. Ward lines and original dona­ ton.
th e fe d e ra l c a p ita l p ro fess to believ e, by G o v e rn o r W est. R oss n e v e r se rv ­ tion land claim lines.
J. O. Sanberg and wife of Fox Valley
The plat will be 42x52 inches in size, were trading with Stavton merchants
in view o f th e re c e n t m ilita ry o p e ra ­ ed a day of h is se n ten ce.
tio n s and th e fa c t th a t P ro v isio n a l
L ooking th e n e rv o u s w reck th a t h e engraved in colors on heavy bond paper Monday.
P re s id e n t H u e rta c o n tin u e s to se c u re h a s becom e sin ce b e w as found g u ilty with cloth bound edges a n d heavy
Mr. and Mrs. Humphreys of Mill City
m oney ev en th o u g h in sm all am o u n ts, of polygam y, E. E. C. Von K lein a p ­ moulding top and bottom.
spent Chriatms at t h e John Potter
The standard of the Heald Map Co. home.
th a t th e g o v e rn m e n t m ay n o t fail for p e a re d in c irc u it c o u rt a t P o rtla n d
m any m o n th s u n le ss som e u n ex p ected an d receiv ed a s e n te n c e of im p riso n ­ is accuracy and legibility. This work
Mrs. F. I. Jones and children spent
tu r n fo r th e w o rse occurs.
m e n t from one to fo u r y e a rs in th e has the written endorsement of Salem’s the week-end w i t h home folks at
In a ll d e p a rtm e n ts th e re w as little p e n ite n tia ry , th e s e v e re s t p e n a lty p ro­ Silverton’s, Dallas’, and Woodburn’s
Thomas.
leading ousiress men, who have thor­
d elay in m e e tin g th e p ay ro lls. T h a t vided.
S. L. Stewart spent Christmas with
th e g o v e rn m e n t m ay n o t b e ab le to
T h e E u g en e c h a r te r co m m issio n h as oughly examined the recent work of
flo a t a n o th e r loan is co n ced ed by Mex­ re je c te d th e w hole re p o rt of th e r e ­ Portland and found it to be accurate in his parents Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Stewart
ic a n s g e n e ra lly , b u t n o n e h a s lo st se a rc h co m m issio n , w hich re c o m ­ every detail, and also the endorsements at Lebanon.
Highest cash prices paid for your
rig h t of th e fa c t th a t th e c o u n try is m en d ed th a t th e p re s e n t c h a r te r be of hanks and many prominent citizens
Misses Nora Crabtree and Emma
Whv not have your umbrella repair­
Future deliveries can produce at the Stayton Cash Produce Frank expect to go to tialem Friday ed in Stayton? Umbrellas recovered-
ric h an d th a t G en eral H u e rta a s a la st e n tire ly su p e rse d e d by a new docu­ are included.
r e s o r t w ould n o t h e s ita te to ta k e m e n t. a n d th a t th e new c h a r te r be only b e gu a ranted upon signature of Company.
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where they will spend the winter.
samples to select from. F. Silhavy’s
tuoney w h e re h e could find i t
b ased upon th e m a n a g e ria l sy ste m of these plats. Place your order now and
Mrs. Clara P ratt visited at the home
FOR SALE—20 o r more head of Wagon snd Repair Shop. Water St.
take advantage of the co-operative rate of her parents in Aumsville a few days sheep and a few shepherd pu|is. En­
A lread y th e c a b in e t h a s d iscu ssed g o v ern m en t.
tf
of
$5; $1.50 deposit and $3.50 upon de­ last week.
(h e c o n fisc a tio n of th e p ro p e rty of all
A ppeal in th e S alem b re w e ry case,
quire at the Mail office, StByton. l-8x
Mr,
ami
Mrs.
Dicders
and
children
of
in d iv id u als w ho a re k n o w n to have w h erein Ju d g e G allow ay of th e M ar­ livery. Mr. Sand will be in Stayton in
A. E. Bradshaw and wife of Albany I Mrs.' Athens and Mrs. Hatch Who arc Portland spent Christmas at I ho Wein­
a rra y e d th e m se lv e s a g a in s t th e H u e r­ lon c o u n ty c irc u it c o u rt held th a t th e the near future.
spent the Christmas holidays at the agents for the California Perfume Co. rich home. Mrs. Diedcrq and children
ta g o v ern m e n t.
p ro h ib itio n c h a r te r a m e n d m e n t v oted
Shelly home.
spent the week-end with Mrs Effie Mil­ will stay for an extended visit with
a t th e c ity elec tio n D ecem ber 1 w as
her parents.
Mrs. Lena Yost of Oregon City ig ler.
Huerta Saves Bank by Holiday.
illeg al, h a s been filed in th e su p re m e
visiting at the home of her sister Mr»,
Dr. A. W. Korinek, of Medford and
M exico C ity.— O w ing to p ro tra c te d c o u rt by a tto rn e y s fo r th% c ity of S a ­
The A. Rieger family, who live in Cora Hendershott.
Miss Emily Nerod, of Salem were week
ru n s on th e la rg e b a n k in g in s titu tio n s
lem .
the east part of town, entertainment
If you would be safe, sure and satis­
end
guests at the Dr. G. F. Korinek
P re s id e n t H u e rta issu ed a d e c re e p ro ­
Henry
Newberry
and
wife
of
Tacoma
" S tra w b e rry ” w as th e n a m e g iven at a pleasant Christmas dinner last
fied
with results use Beauchamp's Cold
!
home.
g,
cla im in g b a n k in g holid ay s. W ith th e
to a new vo tin g p re c in c t c re a te d by 1 Thursday. Besides the family, those spent Christmas week at the Frank
Tablets, 25c per box. Good for Colds,
p o s-ib le ex cep tio n o f one o th e r in s ti­
Blakely
home.
C. A. Beauchamp ami wife and Dr. Grippe, Headache and Constipation.
th e c o u n ty c o u rt of L in n co u n ty . T h e present were; A dam Lulay and family
tu tio n it is b elieved th a t no o th e r b an k p re c in c t ad jo in I th e c ity lim its of L eb ­
Dr. Beauchamp reports a girl born to Beauchamp, wife a n d baby spent
of l.inn County, John Lulay and Geo.
th a n th e B ank of L ondon an d M exico anon on th e so u th , e a s t an d w e st sid es
Joe Fisher was presented with a
Tate of Stayton. The dinner, which Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Philippi of l.inn 1 Chriatmas at the F. E. Beauchamp
w ill ta k e a d v a n ta g e of th e official and in d e fe re n c e to th e p ro m in e n c e
monster
turkey weighing 27 pounds,
county
Christmas
Day.
home in Albany.
consisted of many good things besides
edict, w hich a u th o riz e s fin a n c ia l in ­
dressed, by his father who lives in the
of L ebanon a s a stra w b e rry c e n te r the customary turkey, was prepared by
Miss Katie Shelly who is teaching
Sweetwater Grapevines- For the
s titu tio n s to do a s little o r a s m uch th is n a m e w as assig n ed .
the skiilful hands of Mr. Riegers daugh­ school in Corvallis is spending the holi­ aaking. Just call and get cuttings Free Waldo Hills. Joe says that they had
b u sin e ss as th e y d e sire d u rin g w h a t is
turkey at his home until Sunday.
In view of th e e a rly co m p letio n of ters, one of whom is Mrs. Ben Gehlen, days with home folks.
at the home of E. Forrette, near Red
re g a rd e d as a fin a n c ia l crisis.
th e P a n a m a c a n a l an d p ro sp e c tiv e who with her husband is living at the
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bright of this
Geo. Flake, wife and son of Alberta Mill, Stayton.
T h e a p p ro x im a te am o u n t w ith d ra w n
g re a te r a c tiv ity in n av al m a tte r s on Rieger home.
city
entertained the following persons
Canada
spent
the
Christmas
holidays
at
from th e B ank of L on d o n a n d M exico th e P acific co a st, S e n a to r C ham ber-
Miss Marian Mexander entertained at a fine dinner on Christinas Day; W.
the Jos. Fisher home.
s in c e d e p o sito rs b egan d em an d in g
her friends at a six o’clock dinner Sun­ F. Lund of San Francisco, Mrs. A. An­
lain w ill In tro d u ce a bill on th e re ­
A number of parties were given in
th e i r m oney, se v e ra l d a y s ago, is said a sse m b lin g of c o n g re ss fo r a $2,500,-
Theresa Weinrich of Portland spent day evening in honor of Miss Maude derson and Mrs. Hattie Arman.l of
Mrs. Christmas with her parents Mr. and Morton of Salem.
to exceed 17,000.000 pesos. O f th is 000 a p p ro p ria tio n to build a d ry d o ck an I aroun ! Kingston this week.
Portland and Mrs. J. Kirkpatrick of
Alice Baker was the hostess at a jolly Mrs. Weinrich of this place.
a m o u n t 14 , 000,000 pesos ($7,000,000)
on th e C olum bia riv er.
Aumsville,
Lester
Lindsey
of
Portland
visited
at
party
Saturday
night.
Fifty
young
w as w ith d ra w n sin ce la s t T u esd a y .
P eo p le a t P e n d leto n a re u rg in g th a t people were present. The Joe Gassner
H. E. Wirth, who recently moved the Rabens home during the holidays.
The electric light and telephone
c o n g re ss fe re a se th e a p p ro p ria tio n fo r home was the scene of much merri­ back to Stayton from Walla Waila, is He Incidentiy introduced “ The Tango”
General Tannatt la Dead.
wires
got tangled again Tuesday night
| to the Stayton dancers.
Spokane.— G e n e ra l Thomas Redding th e ir p ublic bu ild in g from $70,000 to ment Monday night and a wat h party in the life insurance business.
night on Water St. The telephones as
$130,000. O f th e o rig in a l sum , $8000 was held at the Mike Gassner home
T a n n a tt, for m an y years a resident of
G. C. Ewen returned t o Portland
A New Year’s Resolution—I will usual came off second best. It is re­
w as s p e n t fo r a site. T h ey sa y s th e New Year’s eve.
O regon and W a sh in g to n , died here.
Monday. Mrs. Ewen and sons will vis­ smoke only Home-Made “ First Picks” ported that a small blaze was discover­
b u ild in g should acco m m o d a te th e
He w as a fa m o u s figure in the civil
Leo. Maun of Turner was a Stayton it until the New Year with her parents, for one year. Made by Jos. Lambrecht, ed in Jno. Thoma's residence but was
c o u rts a s w ell a s th e postotflce.
VALUABLE INFORMATION
CONTAINED IN TRIS MAP
THOMAS-MAYO CO
With many wishes that you and yours
may prosper even more i n the
New Year than in the Old.
A HOME FOR YOU
Linoleums
A com plete line o f 6 an d 12 foot w idths
Prices range from 40c to $1.50 per yd.
,
LOOK OVEROUR UNE
STAYTON HOUSEFURNISHING CO.
January Clearance Sale
A T THE LANCEFIELD SHOE STOKE this Year
HUERTA CONTINUES
TO OBTAIN MONEY
We have already Sold off that Class of Goods
But during the month of Janu­
ary all our stock of strictly new
late Style Shoes furnishings
Umbrellas, Gloves, Rubbers etc
will be Subject to a discount of
10
%
for Cash Only
LANCEFIELD SHOE STORE
RIEGER’S ENTERTAIN CHRISTMAS
Beauchamp’s Cold Tablets—
war and was known nationally.
visitor Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Korinek.
Stayton.
soon extinguished.