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B R IE F N EW S O F O R EG O N
] The STAYTON MAIL
Published every Thursday by
FOUR BIG FREE ACTS DAILY
Oregon Agricultural coll*««« dsteat-
ad the Multnomah Club in the dual
E. M. Olmsted
track meat at Corvallis by tha score
of 72* to 67*.
Entered as second class matter at the poatofflcc at Stayton,
Pacific University dafaatad tha Unl-
Marion county, Oregon, under the act o f Congress of March S, 1H79.
varalty of Pugat Sound In tha annual
All communicationa should be addressed to T hk STAYTON M ail .
dabata at Forest Qrove by a unani
mous decision of tha judges.
S U B S C R I P T I O N S , 91 B O p «»r y e a r It» s d v n n o s
Batwaan 6000 and 7000 Lana county
A d v e r t i s i n g l»‘ m o a o n n p p l i c a t l o t i
school children and thalr parents par
C ards of T hanks 8.5»» •
O bituaries - $1.00 up.
tlclpated In tha educational rally day
exercises In Eugene Sunday.
Positively all pafH'rs stop/ittl on expiration o f subscription
Union will be tha magnet for hun
dreds when tha sixth annual Union
Livestock show will be held In that
city Juno 4. 5 and I. There will be
reran and band concerts.
The girls of the 1914 graduating
class of tha La Grande public schools
are establishing a precedent In that
Corvallis is to have a new Episcopal church.
the expensive graduation dress cost
A public dock is to be built at Port Orford to cost $6000.
Is to be limited to $5.
After an inspection of tha hopyards
Halibut banks off the Tillamook coast are being investigated.
of Salem. Louts Lachmund. dealer in
A farmers co-operative creamery has been organized at
hors, said that the 1914 crop would
be from 20 to >6 per cent less than Bend.
last year's crop.
The Presbyterians o f Astoria have let a contract for a $5000
The contest by the forest service
against Hercules Santoine, now in church.
Portland, for a homestead In Joseph
North Bend will have a wharf with a quarter o f a mile of
Ine county, has been settled In favor
straight deepwater harbor line.
Representative Hawley has applied
The Simpson Lumber Co. on Coos Bay expects to employ
to the board of engineers for permis
twice as many men as heretofore.
slon to extend the wharf at Port Or-
A factory at Marshfield has been equipped with machinery
ford. damaged by rough weather. The
BASE BALL GAM E EVERY DAY
board will make an Investigation be to turn out fifty mattresses daily.
fore announcing Its decision.
It is expected that trains on the Willamette Pacific will run
Dr. Wlthycombe received 760 out of
a total of 873 votes cast for all candi from Eugene to Tidewater this fall.
date« for governor in the city of Cor
A lake Labish drainage scheme is being worked out in Mar Comming through • the canyon,
vallis. He received in 16 precincts
below the Jordan store, they ran
heard from out of the 22 in Benton ion county at an expense of $20,000.
off the bluff, landing 35 or 40
county 944 votes of 1179 votes cast
Marshfield city and county officials are planning the con feet below in the creek.
for all candidates for governor.
struction of a boulevard to the ocean.
Senator Chamberlain has Introduced
Mrs. Joy has been sick for the
The Oregon Power Co. at Eugene is making special rates to last month.
a bill amending the act to authorise
construction of a dike on Olalla aloagh induce factories to locate at that city.
authorising the construction on foun
Richland and Newbridge, Baker County, are to be supplied
dations already laid or farther up the
stream of a dike with a gate for pur with a mountain water system to cost $50,000.
poses of navigation, the plans to be
The Oregon-Idaho Power Co. is developing a 2000 horse pow
approved by the secretary of war.
The Indian appropriation bill, re er plant on the Snake river opposite Copperfield.
Dave Drager and wife a n d
ported to the senate, contains the fol
Astoria is to get a streetcar line extension of two miles at Fred Drager and son visited with
lowing Oregon amendments: Appro
their brother Rue Drager Sun
the hands of the Pacific Power and Light Company.
priation of 8100,000 to purchase live
W e m a k e a sp e cia lty of fine C a n d ie s, Ice C re a m s and
stock, farm implements, seed, etc., to
The Port of Coos Bay Commission has decided to raise $300,-
suable Warm Springs Indians to be 000 more on a bond issue for deepening the channel.
B o n B o n .i for P a rtie s .
G e t ou r w h o le sa le p rice s on ice
Wm. Mulkey and family went
The 0. W. R. & N. Co. is planning terminals at Pendleton,
sand dollars for an addition to the as
c re a m fo r L o d g e s C h u rc h e s an d E n te rta in m e n ts .
O n ly
sembly hall at the Chemawa school with shops and yards to employ several hundred men.
Mrs. C. A. Mulkey and child
An offer of $50,000 was refused by
th e P u r e s t of In g re d ie n ts used.
Astoria will spend $280,000 this year on a seawall, and fill in ren and Miss King went to Shel-
Mrs. Melia C. Brown, Eugene woman
burg Falls last Saturday.
Inventor, for the patent obtained three fifty blocks of city property for factories and business.
Mr. Brestler went to Stayton
weeks ago on a sanitary milk cap. The
Astoria and Portland merchants are co-operating to find a
offer came from Denver capitalists.
She is preparing to place the article market for the product o f the new Astoria flouring mills.
H. R. McDowell and wife vis
on the market. Instead of slipping
Judge McGinn holds that a railroad company is not liable for
at the Luther Stout home
into the top of the milk bottle, the cap I
done a passenger caused,by a wreck in a storm,
is convex in shape and slips over the |
Saturday and Sunday.
Coos Bay lumber shipments to San Franciso for the last two
Mrs. Jno. Irvine went to Port
The Pender murder case, famous In weeks of April surpassed all others on the coast 8,240,000 feet.
Ed Smith and wife and daught the bedside o f her sister who is
ColwmbU county for Its two long trials
Maude. Bessie and Roxana critically ill.
Five counties from Eugene to Portland have united to devel
Is soon to be argued again, this time
and Mrs, I^eslie Townes
Mrs. J. T. Hunt who is quite
before the. supreme court. Pender, on op the Pacific Highway on the east side of the Willamette valley.
afternoon at the sick at her home i s reported
a second trial, was found guilty at SL
Construction of a water system for Coos Bay cities costing week.
M. F. Ryan home.
Helena laat January of killing Mrs.
Daisy Wehrman and her Infant child, $150,000 will be started at once and to be completed this summer.
T h e pupi,8 0 f j ^ k y Pojnt
and was sentenced to be hanged in
Mrs. Amelia Brown of Lane County has invented a sanitary
day and Saturday with Crystal, Khoo] and their teacher Mi88
March, when an appeal stayed execu
cap for milk bottles that a Denver firm offers her fifty thousand
Shank who has been attending Jennje Kinjf a r e prt.par[rut a
school in Albariy.
The postoffice at Amity was robbed for.
program and school fair for May
Friday night The robbers entered by
The Pendleton Tribune says not only the individual but
when school closes. There
means of skeleton keys. The safe was
every phase of industrial activity is hampered by too much legisla
Evert Condit and wife o f Tilla ed Percy Thomas of Jordan Sun will he a basket dinner served
opened by nitro glycerine, the charge
mook arrived Tuesday for an ex day.
used being heavy enough to blow the tion.
under the shade trees near the
safe to pieces and to move the front
The Lamb mining company is building a big reservoir near tended visit with relatives and
Mrs. Linn Lambert and Mrs. building. Among the articles to
wall of the building, which is a frame Ashland and will irrigate the Sunset orchard of several hundred friends.
W. R. Ray were Stayton visitors be on exhibition are; hand made
one, outward two Inches. The robbers
towels, candy, cakes bird-houses
H. K. Ruby and family and Tuesday.
secured about $100 in money, but left
tool-chests, also ducks, turk
other valuables, Including stamps and
Business men in the hop industry representing $25.000,000, Miss Lizzie Dively visited i n
W. R. Brenner and wife were eys and chickens.
registered letters, untouched.
and a yearly output of 5 to 6 millions are organizing against prohi Portland last week.
guests at the P. H. Ltmbert board has given money for the
, Between 65,000 and 70.000 acres of
The Revival Meetings closed home Sunday.
land located in Grant Umatilla, Baker bition.
Supt. Smith of Salem
and Wallowa counties have been des
The Malheur Enterprise says there will be general approval Sunday evening.
Cornelius of Turner are
lgnated by the federal government aa
of the members of the legislature who put in their time swatting
to be present and an
subject to entry under the enlarged
Loyd Dively drove to Aumsville
homestead act. All of this land Is, or fool laws.
Mrs. P’loyd Shelton and child- eni°y abl* day hi anticipated by
is supposed to be, of semi-arid charac
Laws that deprived laborers of employment in Oregon are to Saturday evening.
ren were guests at the W. R. ^
PuPils and Patrons.
ter, non-mineral and containing no
be supplemented with laws to create a commission to employ the
timber. It will be subject to entry
i or Thursday.
June 1 of this year, where vacant and unemployed.
At the Manufacturers banquet held in Lane County senti-
BROWNING AMUSEMENT CO.
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INDUSTRIAL NEWS OF THE STATE
FERRIS W HEEL— MERRY-GO-ROUND
FOUR BIG SHOWS
THREE WHOLE DAYS
Bring The Kids and Come
Ice Cream Sodas
> X A. H ENDERSHOTT
Out for the purpose of fighting state I ment wag unanjmoua against enactment of any more harrassing in
wide prohibition, as a matter of pro-1 . . . .
4 good young milch row», 2 fresh
tectlon to the hop Industry, represen dustnal laws.
■ now. 2 will be fresh in October, all
tatlve hopgrowers of the Willamette
giving milk now.
Also one yearling
The fight for the use of Oregon stone as trimmings for the
valley met at Salem and perfected the
heifer anil 2 heifer calves 7 months old.
new state University administration building is whether the State
B, F, and F. M. Fresh a n d
organization of the'Hopgrowers’ and
Dealers' association of Oregon. Be Architect shall select terra cotta or Oregon stone.
Church was well attended Sun family motored to Salem Satur 5-21 x
sides making the temporary organlza
The southern Oregon and northern California Mining Con day morning.
tion permanent, the hopmen elected
gress wiil be held at Ashland early in July to revive interest in
A. J. J. C. JERSEYS
Frank Haberman and wife of
L. 0. Reydolds and v jfe of
a vice r resident for each of the hop
growing counties, and in those coun
Munkers visited with home folks Rickey spent Sunday at the Al
ties a county organization will be ef
bert Frank home.
Lumber interests and creosote interests are uniting to estab Wednesday.
FOR SALE-- Several choice p u r e
fected for the purpose of localizing
••red A. J. J. C. jersey bulls, nearly
the efforts of the association.
ready for service. Out o f profitable
Marshfield society is In a hubbub have the raw material and go after some of the street and perma bush hot springs Monday morn Mrs. Amanda King o f Salem
producers and sired by a pure ored St.
over the "social highwayman” procliv nent highway business.
spent Sunday afternoon at the Lambert S i r e .
ities of an unidentified member of the
Several from the vicinity at
local "four hundred."
Jos. A. Ditter,
The Jordan and Mt. Pleasant
months matrons and others, who have
tended the ball game at Jordan
Albert Frank is getting lum 5-28
ball boys had a ball game here
attended “ 500” games, at homes, com
ber for a new barn to be built
Sunday, Jordan was victorious,
piimentaries and other similar func-
Mrs. Fax Thayer went to Hub next month.
tlonc, have been missing Jewelry, mon
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
(Too late for last week)
Fishermen are quite numerous1 bard Thursday to visit with home
ey and other valuables. The social
Mrs. Jos. Ditter of Aumsville
Everybody i s busy making in this section of late.
functions were attended solely by wo
was in this neighborhood Sunday
men and so the credit for the lifting garden.
The Switchboard Ass’ n o f Stayton,
Geo. Queener and Frank Pep-
Dorothy Smith a n d Venne afternoon.
0 re. wou|d ^ pleMwl t0 h, v,
goc • to a feminine Raffles. Two and
T. H. Thomas took his mother-
perling are again at. the white Shank spent Sunday with Cora E. E. C. C. Downing
two and four and four have been pat
bought a a fine
fine specifications and estimate o f coat o f a
in-law home Sunday.
teacher and the losers and others
fir wood business on the W. N. Ray.
switchboard building which will b e
Harry Shelton returned home
now believe they have spotted the
"uit“ ble t o * »mall family.
Cost not to
guilty party, yet they speak the name from Albany yesterday, where
Marry Shank spent tne week-
exceed $700. Same can be left at the
only in an abstract way and mention he had been with his father, who
A n auto load o f fishermen end at Jefferson and other places Mrs. M. J. Downing was
cal- stayton Mail office on or before May
It to those they know won't telL
received an operation.
| led to Salem Thursday to be at 23. W. E. Chrisman, Pres.
were up from Salem last week. in search of some cattle,