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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1914)
The S TA Y TO N MAIL
B R IE F N E W S O F O R EG O N
Portland postoffice receipts for 1913
were $1.183.535 78, or a gain of $75,-
051.32 over 1912.
"Belle 8lebrecht." a bright pink
rose of a hardy variety, may be chosen
as the "Albany rose."
Dallas National bank at Dallas has
filed application to become member
of the new banking system.
Congressional action looking toward
election of United States senators in
Oregon will be unnecessary, states
Senator Chamberlain, who says the
Oregon law on the case 1« legal.
The Coos County Good Roads asso
ciation will renew its campaign for a
county bond issue for building per
manent, hard-surface roads In the
Unemployed men who come to Port
land to seek work and free food at
the hands of the city may be sent to
the rockpile, if the plans of the mayor
are carried out. No imposters will be
During the year 1913 the supremo
court handed down 354 written opin
ions on motions and tour dissenting
opinions. Since the court was increas
ed to seven judges the court has aver
aged nearly 39 opinions a month.
In attempting to rearrange the star
routes in Oregon the postoffice de
partment has met with many protests
from localities which are threatened
with a curtailment of the service to
which they have been accustomed.
Senator Chamberlain predtcts that
the country is on the eve of a great
business awakening. He says that the
tariff problems and the currency ques
tion, being out of the way, makes the
future clear for commercial progress
The increase of deposits for the
Portland postal savings bank for De
cember over November was $11,706,
or an average of $400 a day. The
total deposits December 31 were $906
Published every Thursday by
E. M. Olmsted
Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Stay ton,
Marion county, Oregon, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
All communications should be addressed to T hk STAYTON M ail .
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WHAT IS A GENTLEMAN?
“ What is a gentleman?” I as question we ask
As we look around us each day.
Is it the man with money to throw at the birds.
Or the man that is working his way?
Is it the man that smokes the ten-cent cigar.
And goes to the theatre each night.
Or is it the man with a good word to all,
And in dealings will always do right?
Is it a man that while walking around on the street
Tips his hat to the ladies whenever they meet.
Then goes home at night drunk and quarrels with his wife
•Who works every day for the necessities of life?
Is it the man that wears the tailor-made clothes,
And a collar th a t’s six inches high
Then turns up his nose at the working man’s clothes
On the street while he’s passing him by?
Or is it the man who rushes the can
Till he smells like a barrel of swill.
Or is it the farmer who tends to his ranch
And hauls his grain to the mill?
He is a man, when you meet on highway or street
That will give you a bright pleasant smile
And will lend you a hand whenever he can.
And show you a life th a t’s worth while.
The poor man’s the same as the rich man to him.
He will help you whenever he can.
When this man you meet, in alley or street.
He is the real gentleman.
The Aumsville Poet
T his offer cannot be duplicated with any other magazine.
you don't know
Collier’s., you have missed something, a great big fearless, independent, illustrated
weekly magazine devoted to the common people.
Collier’s is a standard in
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as the time is limited.
Subscriptions received at the Mail office
relatives here last week.
Both One Year $2.50
Sherrick this week.
Collier’s Weekly and Stayton Mail
Colonel Charles H. Martin, U. S. A
retired, commander of the Third in
fantry, Oregon National Guard, held
a New Yettr's recpetion to the officers
under his command and the regiment,
W. E. Smith and wife have
at the armory in Portland.
Congressman W. C. Hawley is try'
ing to induce congress to follow out
Ross Condit visited with home
Miss King our teacher who has
the suggestion of the Portland cham
folks last week.
been spending the holidays with
ber of commerce to have an adequate
Alaskan exhibit at the San Francisco
E. Forrett and sons have put her parents near Corvallis re
The Ninth and Tenth grades up a new hog house on his farm. turned Saturday.
Paul Ord, deaf and blind, deliberate
Fremont Wade and family and
ly smashed a big plate glass windpw are doing excellent work in Eng
R. J. Kusy and wife spent
in the Meier & Frank store, Portland lish.
Nendel visited at the
Sunday with relatives near Mar
because of disgust with the world in
Stout Dec. 26.
Madelene a n d Wilks Wirth ion.
general. He broke the glass with
Mrs. Montgnmery has been on
hammer and waited for the police to have started to school in Miss
Idris Rossell is visiting rela
tives about the city this week.
. One of the largest inheritance taxes
Mabel Weddle and Ella Spaniol
Rue Drager went to Salem
collected in Oregon will be that from
Julius Grunklee went to Port
week and returned Sunday.
the heirs of the late Asahel Bush
pioneer banker and journalist of Sa room on account of illness.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. 0. E.
Jacod Schmitz and son were
lem. The estate has been valued at
The latin class have reached
a nine pound boy January
$2,000,000, and the inheritance tax
the second conjugation, they are transacting business in Stayton 1.
will be about $20.000.
the first of the week.
On the initiative of the county doing good work.
Mrs. Coburn of Salem visited
Mrs. Branch called on Mrs, A.
court. Jackson county is overhauling
Durward Wirth entered the
her daughter Mrs. Rue
its insurance policies. It has employ
fifth grade i n Miss Olmsted’s Wolf Thursday.
Drager last week.
ed an expert who will Investigate val
ues on county-property and seek to room Monday.
Luther Stout and wife, Mrs.
equalise the indemnity carried thereon
The last monthly report of the
Stout and her sister went
on a more equitable basis.
last week to see Miss
At the request of Representative
Hawley, the chief of engineers has enrollment of 190 pupils. There I
Anna Stout who is ill at the Will
instructed Major Morrow, engineer has been a steady increase in a t
officer at Portland, to hasten his re tendance each month, which we
port on the further improvement of trust will continue.
Clarence Forest is able to be
the mouth of the Siuslaw river, and
The teachers of the grammer
telegraphic advices have been receiv
Lester E. Lewis one of our
Dr. W. Carlton Smith of Salem
ed saying that the supplementary re grades are beginning to teach
years livery and stage driver
port is on its way to Washington.
various forms of industrial work spent New Year in Turner.
spent New Year’s at Mehama
Senator Lane says that the new de
to their pupils.
Mrs. H. L. Earl is entertain- and took dinner with Mr. and
natured alcohol legislation embodied
an 0ld school-mate from Cal- Mrs. Louis Titze.
in the Underwood tariff law is work
We like to
ing satisfactorily. It annuls restric from this, and they ask for the ifomia.
have Lester call around and
tions of the former law prohibiting hearty support of the people.
Silas Reen run the light plant make us a visit.
farmers from manufacturing denatur
during Wm. MacCaleb’s vaca Adolph Titze our little proprie-
ed alcohol from farm products with
are preparing a very interesting tion last week.
ter took the stage Friday his
City Engineer L. G. Hicks, of Rose- program to be given in the near
Evelyn Osborn who has been hired man John Jones over slept.
burg, has been instructed by R. E, future. Watch these items for
sick for several weeks is at the Its a good thing we have Adolph
Clanton, state game and fish warden,
to remodel the fishway in the South
home of Dr. Massey’s for treat or everybody around Mehama
Umpqua river. The work will entail
The pupils of the High School i ment.
would over sleep.
quite an expenditure, but will be the are having some very interesting
Rail Road Commissioners, Mil George Mulkey has been tin
means of saving thousands of salmon
which perish under the present i
ler and Campbell were in Turner kering around at odd jobs. The
during the “ Opening Exercise”
Monday to confer \yith the Com last jot>Geo. tried is helping at
W. H. Lytle, secretary of the Ore period.
mon Council in regard to new the livery bam.
gon state livestock sanitary board, has
streets across the railroad.
Joe Krise is clerking in the
notified Governor West that the board
aiter a conference with Dr. Calvin 8. meeting.will be a good one. It
store for a while. Mr. Irvine is
White, secretary of the state board will be held on the third Friday
very lame with rheumatism but
of health, had voted to request the night in January at the school three boys, about 16 years old,
we all hope to see him around
governor to issue a proclamation that louse. A good program is being
rams and range bucks from other
states be dipped twice after being
The boys were captured and tak
Herbert Staab took quite a
brought into this state.
At t h e fire drill given last en to Salem and turned over to little visit New Year’s at Julius
The total number of motor vehicle week the building was emptied
proper authorities. They claim and Albert Titzes. Well Her
licenses issued in this state In 1913,
they belonged in California.
bert where are you going next?
according to the annual report of Sec
retary of’State Olcott, was 13,957, and
The Santiam brass band is go
the number of chauffeurs receiving
to practice Sunday. Work
licenses was 1472. The fees aggre
hard boys don’t let the ladies
gated $56,873. In 1912, 10,165 motor
vehicle licenses were Issued, the fees
H. B. Condit made a trip to
Oren Morris got the greatest
By a vote of two to one the state
Frank Surry of Portland has New Year’s present around here,
printing board decided not to try to Stayton Tuesday.
have abrogated the contract made by
Sylvester Dively who has been been visiting a t the Mulkey a 9 lb. baby boy. What do you
State Printer Harris with the allied
think of that?
printing tr 1
roviding that only 1 for some time is reported to
Grandpa Stout is on the sick
Winnie Wagner was in town a
union men shu-ilu be employed In the >e improving slowly.
state printing department and that
D. M. Adams and children of
the union label be used upon state
on the sick list.
Are Inclined 4P,.
smoke here is your op
portunity to get the best
Cigar that was ever roll
Made of fine selected
Havana stock, of superior flavor. It is a good drawing
cigar, therefore desirable for outdoor smoking. Buy one
and try it— then you will be tempted to buy a box for
the house or the office.
W e have priced these Cigars so
as to meet all kinds of pockets.
J. A. HENDERSHOTT
R. J. MOSES. Prop.
“A homelike place to sta y”
Hot and Cold Water Baths
Commercial Trade Solicited
BOARD BY THE DAY OR THE WEEK
. . . .
T H E R E W ILL BE N O
January Clearance Sale
AT THE LANCEFIELD SHOE STOKE this Year
as we have no old out of date goods to dispose of.
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