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Popular Lady Contest
A fiR A N D P R H R l CONTEST
The Prizes of which will be awarded to the most pop
ular ladies in Stayton and vicinity. T he prizes to be
awarded are as follows:
Bought from the Will Piano House of Salem and «riv
en by The Stayton Mail.
Second Prize- $45 Set of Silverware
42 Pieces of 1847, Triple X Holers in a beautiful satin
lined case, given by Thomas-Mayo Co.
Third Prize- $35 Leather Rocker
Solid le ath er and the Best that can be made, (riven by
The Stayton HousefurniBhing Co.
Fourth Prize- $35 Sewing Machine
IN PREMIUM CONTEST
Below is th e sta n d in g o f th e C on-
te s ta n te In th e P rem iu m c o n te s t a t th e
I c o u n t y e ste rd a y , Dec. 2.
| N am e
A d d ress
Miss J u n e K e a rn s
S ta y to n
Miaa T h e re sa P ehlen
S ta y to n
Mlaa Iona B a r tle tt
S ta y to n
M rs. P. I. Jo n e s
S ta y to n
Mias N aom i S ilhavy
S ta y to n
Mias M a rg u e rite R yan
M t. P le a s a n t
M rs. M va T hom as
S ta y to n
Miss J u lia K ohwein
Jo rd a n
Miaa C la ra R au sch er
S u b lim ity
Miss N o ra Cavin
S ta y to n
Mrs. F ra n k H am m an
S ta y to n
M rs. Jo h n S a n d n e r J r .
K in g sto n
K im ball S is te rs
Jo rd a n
Mrs. M. J . C ra b tre e
Our new minister, Rev. Fair-
child, and family arrived last
Ed Thompson’s mother a n d
aunt spent Thanksgiving with
him and family.
The Masque Ball at the hall
Thursday night was well attend
Mrs. Zella Siegmund and Eth-l
el Thayer and husband w e r e '
home for Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Treech of
Gates passed through our town
Friday on their way to Stayton.
Mill City Locals
Masters Ray and Leonel Mc-
Knight returned home Monday
from a week’s visit with rela
tives at Kingston.
Flavel offers free factory sites.
Corvallis—school taxes reduce two mills.
Rose burg will build a municipal feed barn.
The Dalles postoffice building is to coat $75,000.
Linn County manufactures road drags at $7 each.
Astoria will vote on a $25,000 bond issue for parks.
The sawmill at Loon Lake, Coos County, is running.
Halfway—bonds voted to erect a $5,000 schoolhouse.
The St. Helens Shipbuilding Co. has two new contracts.
Oregon City reduces school tax levy from 8.3 to 5.7 mills.
Portland Flouring Mills will erect a warehouse at Albany.
Silverton is planning cluster lights for its principal streets.
Warrenton is taking steps to build a first class high school.
Klamath Falls and Eugene are fighting for lower tax levies.
Frye & Co., Seattle Packers will erect a market in Portland.
Lebanon votes Dec. 7 on establishing an electric light plant
Astoria mud flats are to be filled in by the dredge Columbia.
The Fisher-Boutin mill at Springfield is filling its ponds with
School began again Monday logs.
afternoon after a week's vaca
Marshfield will establish a coffee club and free employment
New Royal, Drop-head, la te st Attachmentflxriven by
tion, in which the teachers at bureau.
Korinek & Mielke’s Hardware and Implement Store.
tended the Annual County In
Zopf Bros, of Lebanon will erect a $22,475 High School at
stitute at Corvallis and spent the Athena.
Fifth Prize- $25 Graphophone
Thanksgiving vacation at their
Multnomah county will erect a hospital to hold two hundred
Columbia-Eiler Model with records, (riven by Beau
champ’s Dru(r Store.
A light snow fell here Sunday
The new creamery at Hood River opens with F. W. Bluhm
but melted as quickly as it fell.
Sixth Prize- $25 Solid Gold Wrist
The school was opened Monday
W. L Quinn of Astoria spent
Marion and Polk counties will build a $225,000 steel bridge
after a week’s vacation.
the week-end visiting with home
Watch, (riven by C. A. Luthy, Jeweler.
Ona Shelton, wife and children ¡folks a n d friends, returning
Bids are to be taken Dec. 15 on the Portland million dollar
and Pet Jungwirth were Sunday ^ome Monday,
Seventh Prize- $25. Graphophone
visitors at the W. R. Ray home.
Mr. a n d Mrs. Hunsaker of postofficc.
Standard Hornless, with records, given by Lancefields
Coast Lumber shipments last half of October reached 29,-
Misses Ethel a n d Maggie Turner spent Thanksgiving with
Cash Shoe Store.
Smith, who are working at A lba-, their daughter, Mrs. Clyde Wel- 528.000 f t
ny, spent Thanksgiving w i t h born of this place.
The O. W. R. & N. will spend $140,000 on round houses a t
Mrs. C. L. Ransom is visiting The Dalles.
• * I
G. H. Ray spent Sunday at the in Portland and Salem this week.
1. Any lady from six to sixty years of age is eligible.
Klamath Falls—new court house costing $100,000 nearirg
H. Shank home.
Rev. McLeod is out of town on completion.
2. The names to be voted on are proposed by nominating
coupons printed in the Mail the first week, however a
Mabel Townes, who is attend- business this week,
J. H. Gray of Prineville becomes owner of the Oregon Hotel
new name may be proposed at any time.
ing school in Portland, was home
On Tuesday night (Dec. 1 st) at Hood River.
3. The votes are to be counted at stated intervals by a dis
the I. O. 0. F. Lodge o f this
Warrenton wiy spend $150,000 on water supply from Lewia
Miss Marguerite Ryan return place dedicated their new hall.
ed home from Salem Saturday Grand Master Galloway was the
4. The contest starts October 17 and will close at some date
Nov. 28 Gresham and five school districts vote on a munici
after spending several weeks with chief speaker o f the evening.
in February to be annou need later.
relatives. Misses Gladys Stevens Several out-of-town lodges were
5. No one in any way connected with The Stayton Mail or
and Anna McIntyre of Salem ac- repesented.
A large banquet
any of the stores contributing prizes will be allowed
The S. P. Co. is reported to have bought the line down tl e
companied her home.
was served at the close of the coast to Eureka.
Floyd Shelton and family spent ceremony by the Rebekahs. AM
6. No vote can be transferred after having been voted.
The Municipal railroad insures building two new sawmill*
with relative.! at Prese,,t reported a good time, the near Grants Pass.
7. The voting boxes will be deposited in the Far. & Mer. Bk.
crowd dispersed at a late hour.
and the various stores interested.
The Medford postoffice is to be built of Jackson-county lime
8 . The 1st count will be Monday, Oct. 26.
Chas. Lambert of Salem spent
A. Shaw of Albany came stone or sandstone.
his vacation at home.
IUP Tuesday to attend the Dedica-
Silverton Interurban Telephone Co. has been granted right
tion ceremony of the new I. O.
H ow to Get Votes
Mrs. Frank Haberman o f O. F. hall.
to increase its rates.
Munkers spent t h e week-end
F IR S T
The Estabrook Co. of North Bend and Bandon is getting out
with home folks.
At each of the following stores, for every cash pur
70.000 ties per month.
Linn Lambert and wife visited
chase of $1.00 you will get a voting coupon for 200 votes. In-
(Too late for last week)
Mayor Vincent and a committee are working for a municipal
at the P. H. Lambert home Fri
Bert the name of your favorite and deposit it in the vote box.
Mrs. McKnight and sons, Ray water plant at S t Johns.
Here are the stores which are the only ones in which
and Lionel, left Saturday after
The Hoke cannery at Medford has done a good business and
you can obtain )hese voting coupons:
Miss Hazel Lambert s p e n t noon for Kingston, where they
its plant for 1915.
Thomas-Mayo C o , General Merchandise
Thursday and Friday with Mabel expect to visit a few days.
County, city and school taxing bodies all over the state are
Stayton Housefurnishing C o , Furniture
Frank Grier's funeral was held whittling down levies. Amen.
Korinek l Mielke, Hardware, Harness, Implements
Several o f the neighborhood in the church Wed., Nov. 18. and
The C. & E. R. R. Co. has won its suit in the U. S. Supreme
the play and dance at interment was made in the Gates
Beauchamp’s, Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles
for possession of tide lands.
Blue Den Thursday night.
C. A. Luthy, Jewelry, Watches, Cut Glass
The S- P. yards at Brownsville are being filled with building
A number of the men of the
Lancefieltfs, Boots, Shoes, Repairing
Miss Edith Sherwood left Fri
for reconstruction work.
vicinity attended the road meet day afternoon for Salem for the
ing at Jordan Saturday.
A plant on the McKenzie is producing 250 gallons turpen
With each yearly subscription to The Stayton Mail
6,000 pounds rosin per month.
Miss Grace Shank and Frank
Misses Bump, Moritz, Albee,
you will get a voting coupon of 2,000 votes. The regular
Lambert spent Thanksgiving at Denney and Evans attended the
The State Reform School with 88 boys Nov. 1 st cost $73.450
price of The Mail is $1.50 per year. Job work paid for upon
thd W. R. Brenner home.
Teachers’ Institute at Corvallis for the biennial period or $835 per capita.
delivery is entitled to voting coupons.
Arnold Senz attended t h e last week.
Salem—Insane Asylum asks $774,711 appropriation, or $160,-
Examine these prizes at the different stores named,
than for present biennial period.
the piano is at the Stayton Housefurnishing Co’s Store, and
is a beauty. Get busy at once.
Th<* State Press Association is leading in a fight to cut down
P. H. Lambert a n d family
running expenses of Oregon half a million.
spent Thanksgiving at the D.
Willamette Iron & Steel works have put a large force to
work repairing the Santa Catalina, a burnt steamer.
Ray a n d Leona! McKnight
D. W. Campbell as manager of the Northern division of the
went back to their home at Mill
has been given charge of the Coos Bay and Eastern.
City Monday after spending the
Mrs. Nick Schmitz called at
week at the W. R. Ray home.
the A. Forrette home Friday.
Wyerhauser interests that own twenty billion feet of timber
Bath Tubs, Lavatories and
Melvin Shank spent Thursday
all Sanitary fittings—Farm-
C. Loose was a Salem' visitor in the Clearwater distrist are looking for a mill site on Snake River.
evening and Friday with Irvine the first of the week.
ers-W e carry a line of
Robert S. Towne, owner of the Blue Ledge Mine, Jackson
pumps, leader water sys
Clarence Forrette and mother County will develop the property and build a railroad to connec;
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
Crystal, Bessie a n d Verna visited relatives in Corvallis the j with the Bulbs line.
Shank were visitors at the Ed week-end.
The coming legislature should pass resolutions limiting the
Smith home Thursday.
"W H IT T * * M YOU CAN UNDERSTAND I T "
Tim Sweet and wife made a number of bills to be introduced by each senator or representative
G REAT C o n tin u al S to r y o f the W orld's
Lee Downing was a Stayton business trip to Stayton Monday, j to five and no more.
f r o w s ts which you may brain reading
a t any tim s, and which will hold your
fctaraat fo re rrr. You are living In the b ra t
Charley Beard and family are
The Portland Gas and Coke Co. will lay its mains around
o r, of the moat wonderful age. of w hat la
Floyd Downing a n d family getting ready to move to Scio.
u b tln s th e greatest world In the universe,
Milwaukie on account of an ordinance cutting the price of their gas
reaident of M ars would gladly pay —
were guests at the Lee Downing
Jas. Ripp of Sublimity visited to $1.00 per 1000 feet.
U B S C R IP T IO N
$ 1,000 S FOR
to this magmslne.ln order to keep Informed o f
with his sister Mrs. A. Forrette
p u r pro, . a n In Engineering and Mechanics.
The combination of State Grange, Central Labor Council and
SE ST A K &
Are you reading it > Two millions of your
neighbors are, and It la th* favorite msgn-
People’s Power League, that originated many of the most radical
aina In thousands of tha beat Am erican
T H O M A S,
Leonard Hunter o f Eastern initiative measures find them all defeated.
homes. It appeals to all d a ts e a —old and
young — men and women.
is visiting here.
The “ She* Kotos" D easrham t (90 yagas)
Owing to increased needs of the docks commission and en
M easy ways to do b u n g s —how to m ake
ful a rticles for hum s an d shop, .« p airs, eta.
Mr. Corder and family of Sa actment of State Wide Prohibition, Portland taxes cannot be re
'• A aistour Meohsaioa " (tf> pagra I tails bow to
______ furniture», wtrwlo**» otttfM*, bout*,
lem have moved o n the Bert duced for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1915. As a result of
•nglnM« mugic, and all ilio thlngn a boy love*.
$ ! . M P U t Y I A A . IH M L T . C O P IE * i t C K N T t
defeating freak laws and radical labor laws better financial condi
Auk fo u r N«wsd<sl«r In show you on» or
An election was held last week
mmru worn m u i a m p u copy today
Mrs. Rosse’l a n d daughter tions prevail. The Interstate bridge bonds sold at a premium,
for the purpose of elect ng a
P O P U Io A R M ECHANICS* C O .
road supervisor. S. D. Brown Idris are visiting at the Gerry ( with several bidders. New York capitalists have taken hold of an
>1* W . W aohlaetoa a t , CHICAGO
Highest Market Price Paid For Fat Steck
irrigation project in Baker County.
, Neal home.
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
Lyons and Fox
Fresh, Salt Cured Meats
Lard & Cream ery Butter.