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8 R IE F N E W S OF OREGON
The STAYTON MAIL West Stayton
Abeline Bloye visited with
friends in Stayton the last of the
Published every Thursday by
The Oregon Irrigation Congress will
Meet lr Portland for its third annual
so..-ion, Friday and Saturday.
Mary Jarvis of Eugene spent
The First National Bank o f Merrill
Kntered as second class matter at the post office at Stay ton,
week-end at the Dively home.
has applied for membership in the
Marion county. Oregon, under the act o f Congress o f March 8, 1879.
new banking system.
The Pie Sociul given by the
All communications should be addressed to T mk STAYTON M ail .
W. S. U’Ren of Oregon City has fo r
Ladies Club, o f West Stayton,
maily announced himself as an inde
S U B S C R I P T I O N S , tJtl.oO p « r y s n r lit n d v a n c «
on Wednesday evening was well
pendent candidate for governor of Or
A d v e r t is in g R a te s o n im p lic a tio n
attended- Every o n e present
C ards o f T hanks $ .60
O bituariks - $1.00 up.
had a good time.
William Hanley, of Burns, will be
an independent candidate for United
Mamie Fisher of Stayton visit
Positively all pa/ters stopped on expiration o f subscription
States senator from Oregon at the
a t t h e A. Forrette home
general election next November.
Floyd Bilyeu, chairman of the state
game and f^h commission, states that
There will be a Parent-Teach
the department will save about $8000
ers meeting at the Hall Friday
a year as a result of moving its of
evening, Febuary 13th. Every
fices to Salem.
T. T. Geer, ex-governor of Oregon, is
considering seriously becoming a can
A large crowd of young folks
didate for the republican nomination name of Abraham Lincoln, but as a reminder that you give at
from this place attended t h e
for governor at the coming primary le^t a passing thought to the man who, more than any other,
helped to prove to the world that we are "One and Inseparable.” dance at Ashfords Friday even-
Senator Chamberlain's joint resolu All honor to the name o f LINCOLN.
tion to continue the provisions regard
A. Forrette and wife visited
ing the marking of the graves of C ^ -
the Frank Wolf home near
federate soldiers and sailors was re
ported favorably to the senate.
Mrs. Joseph Nusbaum gave birth at
Chris Mulkey made a business
the Salem hospital to a baby January
to Stayton Monday.
26, making the fourth baby of the tarn
ily born on that date in as many gen
John Crum has improved the
Both Salem papers state that Fred S. Bynon returned from
o f his place, by putting in
Stayton where he helped the Stayton people to organize a Booster
The federal grand jury will, it Is
wire fence lately.
said, investigate the business transac Club. We acknowledge the visit of the Secretary of the Salem
Messrs. Dively and Imlay have
tions of T. R. Sheldon, former presi Commercial Club, and listened to one or two o f his best stories but
dent of the First National bank of we will be darned if we can find that Booster Club. Maybe he rented the Kearns ranch.
Hot and Cold Water Baths
took it home in his pocket
The "Ary” petition, bearing names
of 262 voters, was presented to the
city council at Klamath Falls, asking
BOARD BY THE DAY OR THE WEEK
the question of prohibition to be
placed on the ballot.
the High School Friday evening
Two hundred and fourteen native
Alaskan school children at the Salem
was well received by the large
Indian school have telegraphed Sen
President Wilson is standing in a rather inconsistent light audience which attended. Miss
ator Chamberlain their thanks for get
Ir. one breath he tells the women of the Lilly and Mr. Eagan from Salem
Ung the Alaska railroad ball passed. on one or two subjects.
The North Pacific Fir & Lumber United States that he cannot dame out for equal suffrage because *ar>g and Mr. Bynon also from
company, which i* iustmiiing a big mill i the D e m o c r a tic platform does not contain that plank, and in the Salem spoke for us showing us
at Bank*, win put in an electric powet n e x t b r e a th b e 3 a y s that he is against free tolls for American ves- how well Mr. Gauntt’s speeches
a .d lighting Plant for uae by the in ^
th a t
h th e Panama Canal, which WAS one of the are always received.
Q&DiLant6 of tne village.
Governor West is considering ac pl&nks o f th e SBIH6 pisiform.
The Student Body wishes to
ceptin g^ n invitation of the National
The president thinks the clause of free tolls might have take this opportunity to thank
Civic Federation to speak on "Prison been all right at the time but that conditions have changed.
In Mrs. J. W. Mayo, Mrs. J. M.
Reform at a meeting to be held in o u r sma]j way we wonder if conditions and opinions have not Ringo, Mrs. G. F. Korinek and
New York city March 6,
changed somewhat on the question of equal suffrage since the Mr. C. Hoffer for helping us with
The O.-W. R. & N. Co. is showing
i our entertainment Friday Even
moving pictures at La Grande, in a Baltimore convention also.
campaign of education to show how
accidents may be avoided and urging
The Teachers’ institute will be
people to keep the laws of the country
held at the school house Saturday,
The departments of civil engineer
Ing In both the Oregon Agricultural
February 21. A good program
college and the University of Oregon
' will be given by the school.
were ordered eliminated by the board
Mrs. Joe Fisher a n d Mrs.
Salem women are learning to bowl. We wonder if the fair
of higher curricula.
The interstate Commerce commis sex of that city will improve their aim to any extent when it comes Flake visited Miss
sion announced that they win give ^ handling a rolling-pin or a flat iron.
hearings on Senator Lane's resolution
The Second and Third grades
to investigate the steel trust freight
rebates, dates of hearings to be an
have finished their readers and
after a short review will take up
Because he claims Oregon as his
real residence Jale Uronich. serving
time in federal prison at McNeil’s Is
Miss Ida Mack and Miss Mabel
The Rev. Dr. Cha*. F. Aked, one of San Francisco’ s most Gardner visited the school Wed
land, denies jurisdiction of any court
outside his own district in matter ol gifted ministers denies the ‘ ‘Immaculate Conception,” and the nesday.
proceedings to forfeit his citizenship other ministers jump on him with both feet. Evidently Dr. Aked
The Parent-Teachers’ meeting
was born in Missouri.
At th* second meeting of the logan
will be held at the Opera House
berry growers of the Willamette val
! Friday evening February 20. A
ley, held at Salem, the 100 growers
number ot good speakers have
present voted to effect a permanent
been secured for this meeting.
organization for the purpose of devel
oping the loganberry market and ad
Theo Matthieu attended the
The Oregon Messenger claims to be a democratic paper, but
vancing the interests of the growers
of her grandfather last
in every way possible.
never misses a chance to “ Shoot it into Gov. West.” Honest
Representative Sinnott s bill to au you Messenger fellows, didn’t you vote for Gov. West?
thorize the secretary of war to detail \
The pupils of the third grade
two army engineers to work with en
weaving napkin rings from
gineers of Oregon and Washington
raffia. The pupils of the second
and the reclamation service in evolv
grade a r e accomplishing good
ing a plan for the development o f the
Celilo Falls power project, seems tc
results from paper cutting.
be meeting with favor.
Sylvia Dardy was absent last
Hereafter it will be unlawful tc
week on account of sickness.
work any woman employe more than
64 hours a week, and employers will
The High School will have ex
be required to pay experienced women
this week as this is
workers not less than $8.25, and inex
perienced workers not less than $6 a
the end of the first semester.
Why not use a few Booster Envelopes?
week. This is the ruling of the state
industrial welfare commission.
printed like the one below. They are just the thing for your
A movement has been started in
Poik county to prevail upon the coun
SU NSET \P » 1
25 Envelopes....................................... 15c
ty court to employ a general super
Meral Mulkey was ill last week.
...,2 5 c
visor over road construction in this
county. It Is estimated that the em
Mrs. LaBare and her daughter
ployment of a competent man to over
On sale at the Mail Office.
Mrs. W. Dirr were Mehama vis
see and direct all road construction
and maintenance in Polk county will
The Exposition Line 1915
save many thousands of dollars.
Juluis Titze made a business
Probably the highest price ever paid
trip to Stayton last week.
And now is the time to see California; to live outdoors
for an apple tree was the $600 which
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson were
was paid to an Oregon farmer for a
and enjoy the sunshine, flowers and summer spqrts. It
13 year-old seedling which grew in a
Mehama visitors Sunday. Mr.
is a trip you cannot afford to miss.
fence corner on his farm. The worth
Henderson tuned Ben Beringer’ s
of the tree to the purchaser lay in the
fact that It yields ripe apples every
month from May to November, the
Wm. Mulkey i s putting the
fruit being rich in quality and prodi
roof on his barn.
including Shasta Limited th e train o f modern service
gious in quantity.
with all steel up-to-the-minute equipment.
Rue Drager went t o Salem Mors Untouched P o ..ih ilitie. Than Any Other Town
The people of Oregon will be given
opportunity to recover, by vote at thf
Sunday and returned Monday.
of 1,200 People in the Pacific Northwe.t
electin' next November, the use ol
Standard, Tourist and Chair Cars and dining service
The band practiced on the hill
tick. ils in tl.e Portland harbor. An
that will please.
RE T U R N IN 3 D A Y S TO
near the school house. Sunday.
Initiative measure revoking the tide
land franch'se of 1862 will be prepared
Mrs. Luther Stout and Miss
Call on nearest 8. P. Agent and let him oatline a trip,
within the month by Frederick W.
Brestler had some dental
quote fares and furnish Outing literature on California’s
Mulkey, chairman of the public dock
work done in Stayton last week.
com-nisslon. ’"his franchise gave up
We didn’ t have church Sunday
land owners of watorfront right to
Rev. Allen was ill with la-
use tidelands for dock construction.
E. M. Olmsted
in that, for pure can-
We make and sell on-
the purest kinds, and the best quality.
LINCOLN’S BIRTHDAY TODAY
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WHERE IS THE CLUB?
KK * * * * * * *
R. J. MOSES, Prop.
“ A homelike place to sta y”
PRESIDENT “ RENIGTON CANAL TOLLS
School Notes S
Commercial Trade Solicited
Stayton . . . .
Owing to the bad weather
for the past two or three
weeks, in which it was
almost impossible to get to
town, we have decided to
advance the date of our
One Dollar Bargain Rate
on the Stayton Mail to
March The First
You need the home paper.
Take it now when you can
get it for less than two
cents per week. Just One
Dollar for One Year
The Stayton Mail
A POINT OF VIEW
DID YOU VOTE FOR GOV. WEST?
SHASTA ROUTE TRAINS
USE STAYTON ENVELOPES
Three Fine Trains Daily