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B R IE F
BOY SHOOTS SELF
SERVICES SATURDAY .
WITH SHOT GUN
O REG O N
George C. Jones of Portland has
been uppotnted dock officer In the
const geodetic survey.
The proposed new elty eharter ol
Monroe Is to be adopted or rejected
at a special election to be held on
Monday, June 16.
the abolition of the state senate,
m-ommended In a report of the legts
1st on committee at the ptate grange
at Monmouth, was adopted in resolu
tion form later.
Five fotal Industrial accidents were
reported to State Utbor Commissioner j
O. P. Hoff last week, along with <7
other accidents of more or less seri
J.a Grande commercial club offers
prises for the best mile of road built1
A bsolutely Pure
within a radius of eight miles of that i
c: y. The club undertakes to keep up
a mile of the road known as Gekler
The Wrangell chamber of commerce
has asked Senator Chamberlain s aid
in securing a survey of Dry strait,
with a view to gatting more adequate
accommodation for steamers running
The members o f the different tele
to southeastern and western Alaska.
NO UUM.N0 UM E PHOSPHATE
Alva Myers, the sixteen-year-old son
Grand Army o f the Republic will com o f O. V. Mvcrs who lives one ami one-
memorate Dbcoration Day on Saturday half miles northwest o f this city, acci
The line o f M i i k will be from the
City Hall in Stayton to the remetrry.
The band will lead t h c procesaion
which will !>ta* i t It) a. m
At the cemetery the following pro
gram has beer arreuged;
Music J>> the Hand
Add re-s. Prof. W. C. Gauutt
S>>^g, “ Battle Hymn o f the Re
Music by the Ban I
Song. *• renting oil the Old Camp
Reading o f Lincoln’ s Gettysburg
Decoration o f graves.
SPECIAL C A L L ” PEPPERMINT AT
Mrs. 1. B. Carter and Mrs. E. C.
Carter o f Union Hill were trading with
Stayton merchants one dav this week.
Dr. E. F. Reamer, Specialist in dis
eases o f the Eye, Ear. Nose a n d
Throat and the fitting o f Glasses.
M isonh Temple Salem. Oregon.
phone companies o f the Stayton Switch
board Ass'n are called for a meeting
Saturday May 30 at Stayton, City Hall
at 2 p. m. The purpose o f said meet
ing is to sign up papers and by laws o f
Incorporation and to consider plans for
a central building and any other busi
ness that may come before the meet
W. E. Christman.
Til« S A Hunter Post. No 3f, o f the
dentally shot part o f his right shoulder
away on Monday o f this week.
The lad had been out hunting and
had placed the gun over a rail fenca
and when he picked it up again, by
some means the weapon wiis discharg
ed, taking quite a sired chunk of rteah
out o f his shoulder. A numb*» o f shot
also went through h>s hat brim, which
■ shows how near fatal the accident was.
Dr. Brewer dressed the wound at toon
MAYO SELLS THEM CHEAPER
Com pare these prices with
R rxi!l Straw Hat Cleaatr—
Old straw hats made to look like new. |
Enough to elean.eight hula or to keep
> your hat clean and new all aummer.
Price 26o at Beauchamp's.
D R. J . W. V O G EL
One o f the newest and moat inter
esting crops- raised in Oregon is the
mint from which peppermint oil is ex
In other sections o f the
country where this oil is an established
. product, the oil sells at $3 to $4 per
pound. Experiments conducted in the
vicinity o f West Stayton, Marion Coun
ty, indicates that this crop,when grown
under irrigation, will yield at the rate
o f $120 per acre. It is expected that a
plant for distilling the oil will be erect
ed at West Stayton ami a profitable
business in the shipping o f. plants to
other sections built up.
Regiatered Specialist for refraction
and defects o f the Eye will make regu
lar trips to Stayton every 90 to 4) days
Watch for dates.
Three good young Pure bred Jersey
cows. One fresh, two fresh soon. El
igible to registration.
All flrst class
M. H. Titus, Kingston.
WALTER F. SMITH LANDS
GOOD JOB IN PANAMA
D. Townes and wife and Mrs. Leslie
A. J. J. C. JERSEYS
Townes o f Mt. Pleasant were Stayton
FOR SALE—Several choice p u r e
visitors Frilay. Mrs. D. Townes went
bred A. J. J. C. jersey bulls, nearly
on to Portland for a visit with her
ready for service. Out o f profitable
The Stayton Mail acknowledge« the
producers and sired by a pure ored St.
receipt o f a copy o f the Panama Morn
Lambert S i r e .
O. L. Holt head bookkeeper o f the
ing Journal wl.ich states that Walter
Registered, transferred and Pedigree
Hammond Lbr. Co. has been called to
Mrs. C. A. Beauchamp is on the sick F. Smith, brother o f Henry and Alva
Jos. A. Ditter,
Tongue Point, Ore., where the comp
Smith o f this city, a n d formerly a
any has a big mill.
He is gtffng to
Stayton boy, has been promoted to the
straighten up the books there.
position o f Chief Clerk under the Port
Captain o f the ports o f Colon and Cris
NOTICE—Will the party who took a
tobal in the Republic o f Panama.
large blue platter from the I. O. O. F.
The friends o f Mr. Smith will be
hall by mistake at the Rebekah social a
pleased to hear o f his promotion and no |
coa r>!e o f weeks ago please return
doubt will wish him auccesa in hia well
same to the hall.
J. P. Davie, Janitor.
N o w is the time of the year
draw n to the O u t-of-doors.
FOR S A L E —Driving horse.
year old Ambush gelding from a Zom-
bro mare, exceptionally large, city
broke and is safe for a woman to drive,
sound in wind and limb.
tire i top buggy and single harness.
John D. Turner, Salem, Ore.
A t Brown’s Machine Shop intentions
are to get the good will o f our custo
mers ar.d “ Good Jobs” is our motto.
Try us onqe and be convinced.
w hen y o u
Nothing' adds so
m uch to porch or cam p pleasure as one of our
beautiful easy ham m ocks.
Plain Canvas Hammocks . .
Striped Canvas Hammocks .
Extra Heavy Kahki Hammocks
Couch Hammock, best ever
Other hammocks at all prices. All of our ham
mocks are guaranteed to stand heavy weights
and rough usage.
STAYTON HOUSEFURNISHING CO.
Pint 60c doz.
Quart 70c doz.
1-2 Gallon 90c doz.
Full measure 8 oz. Jelly Glasses 35c doz.
MORE SIDEWALK COMPLETED
m on ey.
With the completion o f the cement
sidewalk in front o f the Hobson ar.d
the Titus properties this week, we are
getting a very good walk along th e ;
East side o f Third St. J. A. Van Han
del and E. C. Lau are doing all the
sidewalk work thia spring and the kind
ot work they turn out would pass mus
ter in any city.
and best materials m ake
w orkm en
Ford quality, high
prices lo w .
Five hundred dollars is the price o f the FORD runabout;
the touring car ia five fifty; the town car seven fifty -f. o. b.
Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalogue and par
P. Deidrich, Stayton,
AND STILL THEY GO
Peter Deidrich sold three Fords since
the last issue o f the Mail. Frank K a y -
lor o f near West Stayton, Frank Fraz
ier o f Sublimity and Chris Giebler o f
Fern Ridge were the lucky men.
Agent for Stayton, Sublimity, Aumavilko,
Stayton, Mehama and Mill City^territory.
Ht. Pleasant .
Leona Forrette o f West Stayton vis
Mrs. Jake Etzel o f Fern Ridge was
ited home folks here Monday.
: in town one day lagt week.
About forty young people gathered '
Mrs. G. A. Pratt returned home at the Willing home in East Stayton
from a visit in Aumsville and Salem last Sunday .evening as a surprise on
Mrs. D. Townes went to Port
Miss Esther Willing.
Games and re
FOR SALE—Good dry tier wood.
freshments made the time pass all too
land Friday to spend a few days 6-11
Mrs. Rilda Fish and daughter return quickly until the time cam« to bid the
with son and daughter.
ed to their home in the Waldo Hills hostess good night.
Geo. Boll and family o f Sublimity j
Francis Kloer spent Thursday
were in town Tuesday.
afternoon with Roxana Shank.
V. J. Phillipi and wife o f Kingston
were in town Saturday.
WILL STAY IN STAYTON
Joe Youngworth and wife and Leo
Rund o f Jordan wi re Stayton visitors
The Christian Church o f this city ex
tended an invitation to Rev. Russell to
be pastor o f their organization for the
Adam Schlies a n d wife o f Linn
Jos. Sherman, wife a n d baby o f : enauing year, beginning July 1, 1914, j
county were Stayton visitors Monday.
Shaw visited at the Fischer home lest Mr. Rossell has accepted the call and '
will stay in Stayton another ylar.
Geo. Keech and wife and Mrs. E. T.
Mr. Rossell went to Dallas Wednes
Matthieu motored over to Salem Friday
Miss Alta Archambeau o f Portland day to attend the Northwest District
visited at the Shaff?r home the first of Convention o f the Christian Church at
Joe Senz and wife o f near Scio were
i the week.
that place. He will preach in Stayton
trading with Stayton merchants Tues
Sunday n-.orning, and will commence a
Walter Heater and wife o f Silver revival at the Old, Central Christian
church east o f Albany on Sunday even
Miss Julia Boedigheimer o f Sublimity Creek were trading with Stayton mer
ing, May 81.
was visiting relatives in. Stayton Tues chants Friday.
E. E. McKinney o f Turner
Miss Mamie Zimmerman of
Stayton on business Tuesday.
Sublimity spent Thursday night
at the H. Senz home.
Lewis Ray attended the dance
at Kingston Wednesday night.
tim ed back to her
lem after spending
weeks at the M. F.
home in Sa
the past few
Mrs. Leslie Townes received a
telegram from Chico, California
Wednesday evening that h e r
father had died.
J. W. Me Crow c f McCay, Oregon, is
Mrs. H. Shank and daughter
Good Drugs, Good Soda, Good Ice
Roxana were guests at the M. F. visiting at the Jos. Fisher home this Cream, Good Candies. Beauchamps.
Ryan home Monday.
Mrs. H. A. Beauchamp and baby re
For gas on stomach,belching indiges
Elra Gunsaules of Jefferson
turned from their two weeks visit in
etc use Sodium Phosphate.
spent the week-end with Harry
bottle at Beauchamps.
Miss Nora Crabtree came home one
Mr. Saltzer and wife and Mrs. An
Harry Shank went to Mon
day last week for an extended visit
mouth Tuesday after some regis
i with home folks.
tered cattle he had purchased trading with Stayton merchants Mon
from J. B. Stump recently.
B. Minton and daughter Agnes of
H. Kloer was a guest at the
Joe Williams o f Coon Hollow is go Linn county were trailing with Stav-
M. F. Ryan home Sunday after ing to build a new house east o f the ton merchants Tuesday.
Baptist church where he has purch ased
The party given at the H.
Senz home Thursday night was
W ANTED— A furnished
Games were tween now and ‘ June 1st.
played until a very late hour the Stayton Electric Light
when lunch was served. Every Mr. Rouse.
one reported a very enjoyable
Korinek & Mielke got in a
FOR R EN T:—6 room house and Bix
lots on Water St.
Inquire o f S. H.'
house be Burson, Stayton.
Peter Deidrich and Cap Cramer went
to Salem Tuesday evening for another
invoice o f Fords.
o f Rex buggies. V. J. Phillipi, Lesto-
W. H. Downing, candidate for the
Linn Lambert -pent Sunday at Baldron and Mose Titus took one each legislature on the Democratic ticket
the P. H- Lambert home.
the last o f the week.
was a Stayton visitor Tuesday.
W ilbu r W o o len Mills Co.
M anufacturers of Blankets, Dress G ood s, W o o l Batts and
Mattresses. W ill make mattresses from y o u r o w n w ool.
A n y of our products sold retail at the Mills.
Wool Growers Attention
W e will pay the H ighest Price for y ou r w o o l at the
M ills. W e use this in our business, and do not buy
on com m ission for the B roker. W e will furnish you
N e w W o o l S ack s Gratis if w e buy you r w ool.
W c are in the market at all times. C om e and see
us and get the best price for you r w ool.
J O H N P. W I L B U R . M g 'r.
N e w C o m m e rc ia l H o te l
C. ULLOM, Prop.
Oxfords and Pumps
Best of Service To All
Commercial Trade a Specialty
Cafe De Luxe
AT REDUCED PRICES
S U ED E, NUB UCK,
Patent Leather and
Hot and Cold Water Baths
L E BLAIN
Baby Doll Pumps,
Patent Leather $2.50
E VE R YTH IN G