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THE STÄYT0N MAIL
¿Oth Year, No 48.
S T A Y T O N , M A R IO N C O U N T Y , OREGON,
SANTA CLAUS VISITS
THE COLE SCHOOL
Toys Ninety Feet High at Panama-Pacific
..............................Exposition, San Francisco. 1915
T H U R S D A Y , DECEMBER 31, 1914.
SUNDAY AT STAYTON
S erial N o 980
HOW WE (XT THE HEWS
DEIDRICH GETS 1915
nice lady called us up snd with tears in
her voice reproved us for not mention
(Special to the Mail)
It wu» i.oiaai abroad that
to l>e a Christmas tiee
mem at the Cole
James Cain was born in the province
o f Quebec, on Aug 29, 1834, and was
80 years o f age at hi* death December 27.
A fte r coming to the United States
he lived at New York, California and
Oregon. In 1882 he returned to his
native home and on January 2(5 o i that
year was married to Almira Scriver
Stacy. In 1904 Mr. 8nd Mrs. Cain
moved to Stayton where they have
lived since that time.
Funeral services were held at the
residence at 10 a. m., Tuesday morning
by Rev. L. VV. Chandler o f the Metho
dist church o f this city assisted by mus
ic by « male quartet.
The interment was in the City View
Cemetery o f Salem.
The J. M. Ringo undertaking parlors
o f Stayton made all the necessary ar
our way to that spot, the center o f at
traction, we found a
decorated and a crowd o f jolly
The pupiU dIJ juatice to the progn m.
Several excellent »elections were g iv e r,
aonga were aung, and laat, hut not
leaat, Old Santa, the Jolly old man with
hla (rack on thia hack, walked in as the
laat rung waa being finished and de
lighted everyone, especially the little
folks who laughed and danced for joy.
A fte r distributing the various pre
sents good old St. Nick took hla de
parture to await the coming ot another
One who waa there.
CLYDE S. PHILIPPI
Mary I'hillippi waa horn Sep. 30,
in Linn county and died Dec.
at Scin; aged 35 years 2 months and 20
days. For tRfe laat year and a half he
has been afflicted with the disease
which finally caused hla death.
He waa married to Miaa Kiln Adam
son In 1901. She died about six months
later. In 19(13 he waa married again to
Miss Theresa Hutton o f Silvcrton. To
this union one son was born, Desmond
Max age 4. He leaves to mourn his
death a w ife, one son, hla father Step
HE lailrst toys In the world are being constructed for Toylnml Grown
hen Philippi o f Sdo, two brothers,
Up. a twelva acre playground In the great fuu section. "T h e Zone," at
E verett o f Silverton and Vilas o f K in g
the I'nnnina-I’arilic International Exposition. The figure o f the lady
ston and a half Bister Hazel Philippi o f
on the left la Ml»a Euituallne liuogene Equal Rights l “unit burst The
Kcio. When he was 13 years old his
Bcure on the right la. the "T in Soldier.” Both are ninety feet high.
mother died at Jefferson. Clyde was
greatly beloved In the communities
WHITES NEW BOOKS
where he has lived and leaves a host o f
Funeral services were held at the
C o l El H ofer has written a sociologi
L. C, Payne, proprietor o f the Stay-
Masonic cemetery on Thursday Dec. 24 cal study on “ Jesus and the Unem ton Steam Laundry closed his plant this
conducted by Pro. McLain o f Shclburn.
ployed.” The Colonel has some great week for an indefinite time. He gave
Ideas o f his own, but just where Jesus as a reason insufficient patronage for
the expenses necessary. The laundry
comes in we don’ t see.
may open at a later date.
Perhaps the versatile editor o f the
LAUNDRY QUITS BUSINESS
C. 0. F. WILL HOLD
Pacific Coast Manufacturer
get out a Menograph on "G od and
European W a r.”
Grace Davis o f Salem is
These three together ! the W. H. Hobson home.
with “ Jack Norton” would grace the
shelves o f anyone who believes as the j
The Catholic Order o f Foresters o f Colonel does.
Stayton amt Sublimity will hold their
annual public installation in the C. O.
F. Hall at Sublimity on Sunday, Jan
Grace W arford spent ChristmaH with
uary 10, at 1:30 P. M.
her brothers, Joseph and Frank Ham-
All members are urged to be present man o f this city. Mrs. Jos. Hamman
and the public generally is invited to returned with her to Mill City on Tues
day o f this week.
Rev. H. E. Rossell o f the Christian
church has accepted a call to the min
istry from the Dalles and preached his
last Sunday sermon Sunday evening.
He will preach again at the annual
business meeting o f the church to he
held Friday, Jan. 1, 1915. This will be
an all-day meeting and basket lunch
will be served at noon to members and
friends o f the church.
W e told
think that our five senses are augment
ed by a sixth that let us know every
thing that happens, even if we see,
hear, feel, taste or smell it not. Dear
lady, editors sre only human or at least
almost human. I f you have a friend
visiting you, if you are going away, or
have returned from a visit out o f town,
if Johnnie falls and breaks his arm, if
your husband chops his toe instead o f a
stick o f wood, i f anything happens that
makes you glad, or sad, happy or mad,
call us up. Tell us about i t T h at’s
The pupils o f the Kingston school the way to get it in the paper.—Ex.
surprised their teacher,
Fuson, with a Christmas program on
Thursday afternoon. Dec. 24, which
was well learned and well rendered and
did honor to the school and teacher.
Miss Fuson knew nothing o f the ar
rangement until finding a note that
morning on her desk, requesting her to
hear the exercise sometime in the a f
Below is the standing o f the Con
testants In the Premium contest at the
count yesterday, Dec. 30.
M 4 Double Disc Van Brunt Drill.
ular Price $110.00. Sale Price
M O ft. Self Dump Hay Rake.
Price $33.50. Sale Price
Dr. A . Burseli o f Aumsville passed
through Stayton Monday on his way
home from Mill City where he bad been
railed in consulation with Dr. C. L.
Ransom o f that city. While in Stayton
he called at the Mail office and enrolled
as a reader.
GETS AUTO IN PORTLAND
1-No. 50 Full Chilled Plow with Jointer.
Regular Price $17.50. Sale Price
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO EVERY ONE !
Thomas-Mayo Co. Gen. Mdse.
Beauchamp’ s Drug Store.
Lancefieid’s Shoe Store.
Luthy’s Jew elry Store.
Korinek & M ielke’s Hardware.
mor ning where they spent Christmas
Day and the week-end at the
Mrs. George Ewen.
home o f
returned with the party Monday even
ing. Dr. George remained in the city
and later motored over in his new run
Wendell Fre res
home folks here.
Miss Tbeo Matthieu is visiting ot th>
Funk home in Corvallis this week.
Miss Mabel Gardner o f Salem s(rn*
Christmas with her parents here.
Miss Susan Ferry o f Portland is vis
iting borne folks here this week.
Glen Munkers went to Portland Si
day fo r a short visit with Ben Roy.
Roy Mielke is visiting at the Rowein
and F. T. Thomas home at Jordan this
Theodore Fisher and w ife o f Victor
Point visited at the Jas. Fisher home
here Saturday and Sunday.
Mesdames Dora Shreve, K ate Lors-
way, Gardner and Mack atten e
funeral o f Mr. Cain in Salem Tuesday.
Geo. Keech and family spent Christ
mas Day at the home o f Mrs. K e tc h ’s
father, Jas. W alker near W est M ay-
J. M. Ringo traded his lrst year’ s
M axwell for a new 1915 model Stude
baker, and is prepared to split the wind
with a vengeance next summer.
Christmas was celebrated in the good
old-fashioned way at the W . D. Cor
nish home. All the children w ere pre
sent except A . W. Cornish o f Sweet
Miss Milana Sestak came in from Home, who could not be there.
Portland Christmas E ve to spend the
W . C. Parry and w ife are here visit
holidays with her parents, She will
probably remain some time. She has ing Mrs. P arry’s parents and sisters.
been employed in one o f the large “ B ill” w a« part owner o f the Mail a
dress-making establishments o f Port couple o f years ago, and he still sports
the same grin on his face as usual.
WATCH THIS SPACE
1-14 Tooth Steel Cultivator. Regular Price
$7.00. Sale Price
1-7 Tooth Steel Cultivator with Guard
Wheel. Regular Price $7.50. Sale Price
1-5 Tooth Steel Cultivator with Guard
Wheel. Regular Price $7.00. Sale Price
1-14 in Wood Beam Full Chilled Plow with
Jointer. Regular Price $17.00. Sale Price
Solid Steel Adjustable Wagon Tongue.
Regular Price $7.50. Sale Price
w ere passengers to Portland
1-14 in Steel Beam Full Chilled Plow with
Jointer. Regular Price $17.00. Sale Price
Wire Nails -1 0 0 lbs. Base
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Korinek and little
son Karl, Dr. and Mrs. George Korinek
1-60 Tooth Guaranteed Spike Tooth Har
row. Regular Price $16.00. Sale Price
Miss June Kearns
Miss Theresa Fehlen
Miss Iona B artlett
The Mall plant has just turned out a
Mrs. F. I. Jones
, job of five hundred booklets o f consti-1
j tution snd by-laws o f the Stayton Co-
Miss Naomi Silhavy
Operative Telephone Association.
There are twenty-four pages includ
Miss Marguerite Ryan
ing the cover. The booke have been ;
turned over to S. H. Heltzel who is the
Mrs. Ed Smith
attorney fo r the Association.
Miss Julia Rohwein
Miss Clara Rauscher
Miss Nora Cavin
Mrs. Frank Hamman
W e appreciate your patronage for
the past year and may the next twelve Mrs. John Sandner Jr.
months be months o f happiness, health,
progress, and prosperity to all, is the Kimball Sisters '
wish o f your druggist, C .A. Beauchamp.
Mrs. M. J. Crabtree
Votes on the Grand Premium Piano
The Stayton Orchestra played fo r a
dance at Jordan on last Saturday night. contest can be obtained at the follow
Henry Smith, Tom R iggs and Glen
Smith took in the sights o f Salem o n
Monday. They were called to testify
before the grand jury in the case o f the
man who was arrested in Sublimity-
some time ago trying tu rob the Ditter-
1-50 Tooth Guaranteed Spike Tooth Har-
row. Regular Price $15.00. Sale Price
M. C. Bressler, an old friend o f ye
Editor from \shland called at the Mail
office on Monday o f this week.
==J A N U AR Y
M 2 Double Disc Van Brunt Drill.
ular Price $95.00. Sale Price
IN PREMIUM CONTEST
Wm. Scstak is home from Washing
ton for a holiday vacation with his
Special Implement Sale F o r
P. Deidrich or Stayton has secured
that the agency for the Ford and Studebaker
she had not let us know anything about cart for the year 1915 for the following
it and that therefore, we did not know towns, and territory adjacent, Stayton
that ane had a visitor. Then she said, W est Stayton, Aumsville, Shaw, Sub
limity, Mehama, Mill City and Gates.
“ W ell you should have known.
He has new sample cars in his store
thought you were running a news in Stayton and can deliver a e> r t.ny
Wouldn’ t that rattle your day you want it.
You are invited to call and see the
slats? Some people think that an edi
tor ought to be a cross between Argus new models whether you want to buy
and Anna Eva Fay. They seem to or not.
ing her last week.
Clyde S. 1’hilippi, son o f Stephen and
ing the fact that she had a friend visit
WE W ILL HAVE SOMETHING TO TELL YOU tot
939 American Field Fence Per Rod
Deidrich’s Hardware S t o r e
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