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THE STÄYTON MAIL
H at the Largest Circulation of Any Paper in the Santiam Valley — It Covers the Territory Like a Blanket.
¿1st Y e a r , N o . 14.
S T A Y T O N , M ARION C O U N T Y v OREGON, THURSDAY , APRIL 29, 1915.
SHALL STAYTON HAVE
SCHOOL FAIR THIS FALL?
PROMINENT LAWYERS MAKE CHANGE
A business change of no little im
portance culminated yeaterday when
Guy 0. Smith and Roy F. Shields mov
ed into the Salem Hank of Commerce
building. Thia change was brought a-
bout by the return of Chaa. L. McNary
to the active practice of law with John
H. McNary, in the United States Na
tional bank building. Smith A Shields
have fitted offices on the fourth floor of
the Salem Hank of Commerce building.
This change finds the two flrma in the
same situation they occupied prior to
Chaa. I,. McNary’» appointment to the
supreme court. E. M. Cage will re
main aa assistant with McNary A Mc
T h e A v e n u e oí C o m m o n w e a lth s at th e
W o n d e r fu l P a n a m a -P a c ific
E x p o s it io n
Serial N o . 9*8
EDITOR ATTENDS ASSOCIATION
REBEKAHS PLAN FOR
BIG OWN’S SATURDAY
The editor of the mail attende 1 the
Willamette Valley Editors! Association
which met In Springfield, April 24.
A fine session was held and an excel The members of the Rebekah Lodg >
lent program, as well as a sumptuous have been busy as bees far the pa •
two weeks preparing for the May Day
dinner had been arranged for.
About twenty of the Valley pencil Festival and Basket Social to be held
pushers assembled and told of their in the I.O.O.F. hall Saturday night,
trials and hardships.
Everyone is cordially invited. Th -
A pleasant auto ride, and an inspec
tion of the monster Booth-Kelly saw program ia entirely free and ia aa fol
mill was one of the pleasant features lows:
of the entertainment.
Muaic by Orchestra
A splendid welcome to ye editor waa
also given at the homes of W. C. Parry Crowning of the May Queen
and Wm. Ortman at Junction City, at . Winding of the May Pole
which place Mr. Parry edits the Junc .Solo-‘‘A May Morning” Mrs.E.B.D;.
tion City Times.
Mrs. F. H. Dow: .
Male Quartette—“ Riding on a Load of
Hay” (Birch) Messrs. Beauchamp,
CIRCLE MEETS YESTERDAY
Starr, Beauchamp and Pintler
Piano Duett— Miasea Wanda Brown
The Circle No. 142 Women ef Wood-
Muaic by Orchestra
craft met in their rooms oyer toe Sfay- Selling of the Baskets W. H. Downing
ton State Bank yesterdry afternoon
I and the ladies from the country fur
nished a fine luncheon for the members
HEADS BAD NEWS
A handkerchief shower was given
Mr. Lucinda Miller, who is Guardian
Neighbor of the Circle.
Henry Mutschler received the aad
The meetings occur on the fourth news Monday morning of the death f
Wednesday of each mouth.
his mother, Mrs. Mary Mutschler, at
N th è A vena« o f Commonwealth» a t th è P anam a-P aciflc In te rn a tio n a l
Perham, Minn., on Sunday, April 25.
E xposltton. Crowd.» passili* before thè beautiful New York S tate
F. II. Downs and John Blakely have Mr. Mutschler made a tnp east last
building, w b lrb U one of th è tln est of th è s ta te bulldlngs at tLa tuga
just finished gathering 1000 gallons of fall, and spent a considerable time at
E ip o a ltio n II San Francisco.
Oregon Balsam of Fir. The Balsam is Perham. Owing to the distance, it
used quite extensively in various medi waa impossible for him to attend the
A Stayton School Fair ia bring ag
itated for 1015, and the Mall haa been
asked to bring the aubject before the
It la thought by a number that ow
ing to the auereaa of the enterpriae
laet year, it would be beat to continue
I-eat year, it will be remembered,
the Htayton merrhanla shouldered the
moat of the coat, and while of courae
they reaped a alight benefit from the
fair, yet it ia doubted if they even be
gan to play even.
Be that aa It may, however, the fact
rrmaine that If we are to have a achool
fair a* a permanent inetitution, it muet
BOARD CHOOSES ARCHITECT
be taken out of commerrialiam. In
other worda we muat not go to the
bualneaa men and expect them to dig
The Stayton School Board had quite
up the whole coat, and then try to a session last Friday, and it took sev
help them make it back by getting a eral hours for them to decide between
big crowd here to buy goeda on one or the three excellent architects who sub
mittal plans for their consideration.
A achool fair proper ahould have no Thoae contesting were: Hurggraf of
Albany and Turtellotte A Hummel, and
auch idea In mind.
With a new high achool building thia Hrowne A Forties both of Portland.
The final summing up hinged on the
fall and plenty of incentive i n the
ahape of priaea, The Mall aeea no rea question of the most room space for
son why Stayton ahould ndt have a the money and the contract for the ar
chitect work on the new $I6,0U0 Stay-
very aurceaaful achool fair.
However, everyone who can ahould ton High School waa awarded to archi
help, even to to the extent of a two- tect Burggraf of Albany.
bit piece, for every little counts.
This article haa been written with
the idea of exciting the different opin
ions on the aubject aa much aa any EASTERN STAR HAS
thing else, and the Mail will be glad to
publiah any communication from its
readers on the advisability of a achool
fair for 8tayton.
Copy must reach ui not later than ! The visit of Mra. Nellie McGowan of
Medford, Grand Worthy Matron of the
Tuesday for publication that week.
Eastern Star of Oregon waa the oc The I.O.O.F. hall was crowded to its [ over the house.
casion of a special meeting of the local
The principal address by Grand War
lodge at the Masonic hall on Friday-
tion of the tk6th anniversary of the in den Henry S. Westbrook was a mixture
night, April 28.
of fun, pathos qnd information that
The hall waa prettily decorated and troduction of Oddfellowship into Amer kept the audience convulsed w i t h
. IS A SUCCESS one candidate, Mra. J. P. Wilbur was ica.
¡ laughter for over forty minutes and
Initiated. A banquet and social meet- ' The program was carried out in' Ita sras cheered to the echo. Mr. West
Ing followed the business session.
fullest detail, and was one of the best brook will always be welcome in Stay-
The guests from nearby towna were: and most entertaining that has ever j ton.
The opening of the Hammond-Biahop
•tore in thia place last Thursday waa a Mr. and Mrs. Sherm Swank of Ailms- been held in Stayton.
Stanley A. Starr sang a solo In his ;
success in every way aa was evidenced ville, Mr. and Mra. Blevins of Turner
Acting Noble Grand S. H. Heltzel in always pleasing style, and Miss June
by the number of cigars and aouvenira and Mrs. Palmer of 8alem.
troduced the speakers in h i s usual Kearns’ interpretation of “ The Jiners”
Mra. McGowan was entertained at forceful way.
handed out during that day.
made the old lodge members sit up and
These gentlemen have a very nice the home of Dr. and Mra. C. H. Brew
The opening address by Past Grand take notice.
display aud will treat you right if you er during her stay here.
Mrs. W. H. Hobson told a story on
Master, Hon. W. H. Hobson, was a
will call In and see them. Notice their
tribute to his lodge, his friends and his “ Man” i n her inimitable way that
large ad on another page of the Mail.
country, and was greeted with ap brought tears to the cheeks in spasms
of mirth, and the male quartette com-
The trio bv Mrs G. F. Korinek, Mrs. 1 posed of Stanley A. Starr, H. A. Beau
WILL PLANT SPUDS
J. M. Ringo and Miss Marion Alexan champ, W. N. Pintler and C. A. Beau
Lou Sestak and Norman Davie drove
When are you going to the drug der called forth an encore that was champ rendered “ I' Like to go Down
South Once Mo’ ” a n d a n encore
over in the Jordan country yeaterday Store? We want to show you a face much appreciated by the audience.
“ Mamma’s Black Baby Boy” in a very
where Sestak bought a fifty-bushel load cream that is worthy of your attention
of aeed potatoes o f Henry Phillips. —greaseless, antiseptic, delightfully was cute in the extreme, Hnd received pleasing way.
Mention must also be made of the
Lou is going to put out ten acres of perfumed, efficient—that’s Nval's Face its share of applause, while "A Wild
Oregon spuds thia year. Book your Cream. Aak ua about it. 26 and 60c White Rose” by Mrs. J. P. Wilbur splendid work of the Stayton Orchestra
drove home a truth to the hearts of and the smooth working of the various
orders now for fall delivery.
All in all, Monday, April 26, will be
"We Must Reform” by C. P. Bur-
mester was u revelation in the oration long remembered as one of the Red
line, and got its share of laughs all * Letter Days of Stayton.
i 0 .0 . F. HALL WAS CROWDED TO
ITSXAPACITY ON MONDAY NIGHT
Fix Y our A u to! STAYTON WON FIRST BALL GAME
At Cladek’s Garage
Experienced Workmen A lw ays on the Job.
Gain T im e
by Coming to UsI Prices are Reasonable. W ork is
Guaranteed, Phone orders, D A Y or N IG H T 1
CHAS. CLACEK, STAYTON, OREGON
OF THE SEASON, SCORE 8 TO 4
A fairly good crowd turned out to the
first game of the season for the Stay-
ton bail team on Sunday, April 25.
The grounds were in good shape and
the weather was perfect for u good
game, which was played, a» the follow
ing will attest.
Mayor Beaucnamp delivered the first
ball, which by the way was a strike,
and was handled like a veteran b y
John Mielke behind the bat.
In the first half Lincoln drew three
zeros and Stayton got one good one on
hits by Thoma and Klecker.
Popular odors in perfumes
The Purola Line
“ Deliciously Fragrant” The last word in perfumery, Come in
and get a trial order, you will like it.
Sloper’s Drug Store
V. D AR E SLO PER
One of Cole’s special poses.
Lincoln tied the score in the second,
and Stayton was shut out by the visit
In the third frame the locals returned
the compliment by giving the boys from
Lincoln three goose eggs, while Stay-
ton run in one by two two-base hits by
Cole and Thoma.
The visitors drew blanks again in the
ourth, and Stayton got one more by
bunching the hits of Robertson, Miller
The fifth was equally unfortunate for
the visitors and the Stayton boys failed
to connect with the ball also, leaving
the score one to three.
In the sixth frame Lincoln got one
on hits by Price and Walling, and the
Stayton aggregation were presented
by three scores on hits by Klecker,
Miller and Rock with a sacrifice by
Lincoln again goose egged i n the
seventh. Stayton got one score.
The visitors again failed i n t h e
eighth, while Rock scored for the locals
on an error by the visiting catcher.
Lincoln picked up in the ninth and
i run in two scores on two two-base hits,
1 but failed to tie the score leaving the
final count 8 to 4 in Slayton’s favor.
Batteries Stayton, Cole and Smith.
Lincoln, Crawford and Walling, Olson.
Hits —Off Cole, 6. Off Crawford, 9.
Struck out By Cole, 15. By Craw
Two hi'.-ie hits Thoma, Robertson,
('ole, Munso-.i, Termine and Wesley.
The next game will be plaved at Sil-
I vertou Sunday, May 2.)
$6.40 F. O. B. Portland
$6.70 F. O. B. Stayton
Does Rice & Phelan Beat It ?
Compare these prices with those on page 7, of May and June
catalogue of Rice & Phelan—
23c per lb.
21c 1-2 lb pkg.
Our spices are ground from the highest grad«» of recleaned
stock, guaranteed pure, and packed full weight with
sifter top cans.
PEPPER-------------------------------- j lb can, 9c—t lb can, 16c—1 lb can, S2c
MUSTARD..................................... lb can, 9c—j lb can, 16c—1 lb can, 32c
j lb can, 14c—jib can, 27c—1 lb esn, 4S,-
J lb. can, 14c—J lb can. 27c—1 lb can 4^0
j lb can, 14c—J lb can, 27c—1 lb can, 4
j lb can, Ltc—) lb can, 27c—1 lb can,_4
V A N ILLA and LEM O N E X T R A C T S -
4 oz Bottle, 36c—8 oz bottle, 70c—16 oz bottle, $1.20—32 oz liottle, $2.15
These extracts are guaranteed absolutely pure.
Diamond "W ” Jelly Powder,
Tanglefoot Fly-paper, Box of 25 double sheets, 35o
100 lbs Broken Rice, Special $4.45, cheaper than itice & Phel:
100 lbs Diamond Chick Food,
100 lbs Recleaned Oyster Shell,
Rice & Phelan -sell you a 4 oz can of Oysters for 11c. We sell
you a 5 oz can for 10c and beat their quality._________________ 1
Crackers and Cookies, buy them by the BOX
We will sell you anything in this line and meet or beat Rice&Phelans price.
Get one of our big straw ha’cs and hide from the sun
Men’s Mexican, 14c
Bey’s Mexican, 13c
Men’s Peanit with ventilator and band
Ladies’ Peanit with b a n d ...............................................................23c
2000 yds Extra quality house Fining reg. 6$ value
Mayo’s Cash Store