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H a s t h e L a r g e s t C i r c u l a t i o n o f A n y P a p e r i n t h e S a n t i a m V a l l e y — It C o v e r s t h e T e r r i t o r y L i k e a B l a n k e t .
S T A Y T O N .
¿2nd Y e a r, N p . 4 1.
M A R IO N
C O U N T Y , O R E G O N , T H U R S D A Y ,
O C T O B E R
THE SCHOOL FAIR C.0.F.HAS PUBLIC INSTAL
LATION AND BANQUET
WAS VOTED A
The Catholic Order of Forratrra of
Slayton and Sublimity held a joint pub
lic inatallation of officers in the I.O.-
0 . F. hall here on Monday night of Ihia
The Poultry Eihibis Were Much Larger
There were many visitors from oili
cities, among whom were Key. Fr.
Than Last Year—Many Good
Moore and Thomaa Brown of Salem,
Rev. Fr. Dominick of Mt. Angel aid
Rev, Fr. l.alnck of Sublimity. Their
remark! were much appreciated by the
audience. It la eatimated that fully
two hundred ’ people from Sublimity,
Mt. Angel, Jordan, I,yona and Salem
P r i i « M o n e y A n d O t h e r P r e m iu r n t A r e
The officers in»tidled hy the Slayton
S c a t t e r e d A m o n g M any
Court were: Geo. Spaniol, Chief Rang
C h i ld r e n
er; Cha». Frank, Vice Chief; W. F.
Klecker, Speaker; Antone Schindler,
The Third Anuual School Fair over Ree. See; Frank Fery, Fin. Sec; A.
mid gone, and it it the concenaus of Fcry, Treas; Cha*. Gehlen, Trustee;
opinion that it wna the !>c»l arranged I). M. Doll and Will K«-rber, Conduct-
ora; Joe S|ianinl and Frank Kerbcr,
exhibit that had been put up.
It la true that the hall did not look Sentinela.
For Sublimity the following officer»
ao crowded with exhihila aa luat year,
but the arrange m ent waa much better, were installed; Antone Van Handel,
tlianka to thoae who ao kindly helped, Chief Ranger; F. A. Zimmerman, Past
CARTER. I a Near York frralaf S n
that more waa put in a amaller »pare, Chief; Conrad Spenner, Vice Chief;
giving more aisle room.
In the poultry and live stork depart kamp, Rec. Sec.; John Zuber, Fin.
ment there waa fully 60 more entries Sec.; I. J. Boedigheimer, Treaa.; Au
than last year, a I many new eoopa gust Albua, Trustee; Geo Suabauer
and Michael Benedict, Conductor*.
hail to be built.
After the butnness aeasion, the time j
Everything waa In complete order hy
one o'clock Friday, ami the judging wna pleasantly spent in a splendid ban- | Following are the prize winner« in Bowne.
quet provided by the wives and daugh- > the Stayton Industrial School Fair held
Can Fruit— 1st, Mary Bowne; 2d,
commence«; a half hour later.
Cacclia Bell; 3d, Edna Ferry.
Mr. Larson of O A C.. M. Schuff of tera o f the 8tayton a n d Sublimity j Oct. 6-7.
CLASS "A ”
Can Veg —1st, Mary Bowne; 2d,
Stayt»n and Curtia Cole of Linn county members, and in speeches by the visit-i
Sweet corn, lat, Arthur Bunnell, 2d, R.II h Teague; 3d, Edna Ferry.
judged the agricultural and live stock ora, music etc.
W. F. Klecker waa toastmaster for Clarence English, 3d, Alta Myers.
Tatting --3d, Ella Spaniol.
exhibits, while Mr*. J. T. Hunt of the
Pop corn, 1st, Alta Myers, 2d, Clar
Crocheting—1st, Wava Brown; 2d
W h IU o 1 tills, Mrs. t'h a a . I.ooae of Weal the occasion, and it ta stated on good
Mattel Weddle; 3d, Lizzie Lee.
Stayton and Mira Anna Mullen of S la y .. authority that he la one of the beat in ence English.
Hubbard Squash, 1st John Bowne.
Embroidery—1st, Martha Small; 2d,
ton judged the cooking, canning and the country.
The crowd broke up at a late hour, Other squash, 1st, Alvin Farley.
Zora Stowell.; 3d, Wava Brown.
CLASS “ A ^ B”
The Mwurda in the different cl .uses j voting that they had had one of the ! Cabbage, 1st, Clarence English, 2d,
Barred Rocks—1st, Robt Teague; 2d,
will be found in another part of The beat times of their lives.
Potatoes, 1st John Bowne; 2d, Ar Helen Bowne; 3d, Lawrence Smith.
thur Bunnell; 3d, Clarence English.
Rhode I. Reds—1st. Willie Bowne;
While the attendance waa good, it >
Onions —l*t. Rout. Teague.
2d, Cecil Schaeter; 3d, John Olmsted.
was not so large as Inst year, being
Carrot»—1st, Wm. Smith; 2d, Clar
White Leghorns—1st, Clarice Down
about three-hundred adulta and per
ing; 2d, Malcom Bunnell.
We are now located in our office in ence English; 3d, Wallace Childs.
haps twice that many younger (leraona.
Brown Leghorns— 1st, Mildred- Eng
the Merryheld house, mirth of Beau Tab!'- It - t -lit. Robt. T n |W , 2d,
Geo. Brewer. Stock Beets, 1st, Geo. lish;
W E LL P LEA S ED
ind. Runner Ducks—1st, Alma Ful
nection with our other work an up-to- Brewer.
Biscuit—2d Caryl Ruble.
date optical parlor. We use the modern
Pit—2 ', Carvl Ruble.
Other Ducks—1st, Geo. Brewer; 2d,
Mr. am) Mrs. J. L. Hclborn of Iowa, methods for testing the eyes. W e! Cake —1st. Caryl Ruble.
Waller Bowne. '
accompanied hy J. T. Kearns of this
Can Veg. — 1st, Kathryn Hermers.
Geese—1st. Mary Bowne, 2d, Alva
city, who waa showing them over the land or elsewhere. Charges reasonable
Tatting—1st, Wanda Brown; 2d, Fery.
for first-class work. Give us a trial.
country, visited the 8chool Fair Satur
Turkeys--lst, Robt. Teague.
day and were well pleased with the ex Consultation free. Office hours: 8 to 12,
Crocheting—1st, Mabel Frank; 2d,
Rabits—1st, Wendell Weddle; 2d,
hibits there. They praised the agricul
Leo Willing; 3d, Wallace Childs.
tural and poultry exhibits and »ay that
Embroidery -1st, Alma Nendel; 2d,
Pigs— 1st, Earl Downing; 2d, Fred
they may come Pack to the Willamette
Ida Sanders; 3d, Winnie Darby.
Fery, 3d, Alva Fery.
Valley to live In the future.
Mrs. Mary Skiff of Portland is spend
C LA SS"B "
ing the week visiting at thu homes of
Field Corn—1st, Fred Fery; 2nd,
Dr. C. H. and Geo. Brewer motored her sisters, Mrs. J. R. Gardner and Zora Stowell; 3d, Irene Lee.
Best Col. Needlework, 1st, Mrs.
to Salem Tueskny.
Mrs. S. G. Crabtree.
Sweet Corn—1st, Malcolm Bunnell; Agnes Streff; 2d, Grace Elder; 3d
2d, Ralph Bunnell; 3d, Zora Stowell.
Pop com—1st, Frank Clow; 2d, Geo.
Best Col. Canned Fruits, 1st, Mrs. C.
Hewitt; 3d, Fred Fery.
Iloffer; 2d, Mrs. G. L. Brown.
Hubbard Squash—1st, Mary Bowne;
Best Col. Canned Veg., 1st, Mrs. C.
2d, Lizzie Lee. Other squash —1st Hoffer.
Clay Hensley; 2<J, Richard Childs; 3.1,
Best Col. Home Baking, 1st, Mrs.
T a b l e Pumpkin—1st, Lawrence
All Paths Lead to the *
Best Col. Cut Flowers, 1st, Mrs. G.
Smith; 21, Alva Fery; 3d, Richard L. Brown; 2d, Mrs. O. J. Ruble.
iiest Col. Farm Products, 1st, Chas.
Cabbage 1st, Zora Stowell; 2d. Ella Stowell; 2d, Mrs. O. J. Ruble; 3d, A.
Spaniol; 8>i. John Hewitt.
Where is now being conducted their
Potatoes—1st, D oiih I i Sanders; 2d
Best Pen Barred Rocks, 1st, Clyde
Zora St«>w«'ii; 3d, Geo. Milkt.
Onions — lot, B.-nj. Hensley; 2d, Mar
Best Pen White Leghorn, 1st, Frank
garet Hensley; 3d, Jo h n Teague.
Remnants ar.d Winter woolens at
Carrots—1st, Giles Brown; 2d, Zora
Among those who deserve special
Stowell; 3d, Geo. Hewitt.
mention, as there were no prizes offer
Psrsnip- -1st, Worth Smith.
ed were: Gilbert Hainman, pen o f
Turnips—2d, Fred Ferry.
White Wvandottes; E. E. Phillips, pen
Table B eds—2d Irene Lee.
White Wyandottes; Donald Sander.-,
Iiower than the Lowest
Stock Beets -1st, Zora Stowell; 2d, gourds; ill lie Spaniol, jelly and apron;
Susie Olmsted, flowers; Geo. Mielke,
Bread 1st, Mary Bowne.
B la n k e ts
U nderw ear
i apples a n d muskmelon; John Fery,
Biscuit 1st, Edna Fery.
B .’.ok Minorcaa; Mrs. W. B. Allis,
Pie—1st, Edna Fery;2d, Mary Bowne collection o f b e a n s ; Mrs. Bilyeu,
M a c k in a w s D r e ss G o o d s
Cake—Ut, Greta Ruble; 2d, Helen quinces; J. R. Miller, corn. ’
AWARDS ARE ALL MADE
L is t Of Prize Winners
Q W IL B U R W O O LE N M ILLS
Gigantic Sale of Mill Ends
C o a tin g s
H o s ie r y
Sale Positively Ends at 3
p. m. Sat, the 14
No Cuts or Reductions on Prices after that Date. We are
At Prices in Many instances L«ess Than Cost, in order to
__________ get ready for another year’s run
Get Your Part of the Bargains While
They Last. Only Three Days More
You M ay Get T he A uto R ohe F ree 1
W ilb u r W oolen M ills Co.
Serial No. 1078
19 18 .
COWBOYS A l l AT MAX GEHLHAR WILL
WIN OUT EASILY
Notwithstanding the fact that sever
al different stories and .falsifications
have been told about Max Gehlhar,
candidate for District Attorney, the
prospect for his election never was
Nero” The Backing B ill From Khmaib brighter.
Below is an extract from the .Jeffer
Falls Has Never Beei
"Political enemies o f Capt. Max
Gehlhar put up all kinds of jobs on
i him wL*'le he was serving his country
RUNNING HORSES ARRIVE them
°n tK goof. lord<r’
The people of this
county know Max and he has proved
S tay to n W dl S end a Big D eleg at on T o that he is the friend of the taxpayer.
He has no "office hours". He is ever
T h e W e ste rn O regon
for business. He is able, courte
R ound-L 'p
ous ami competent wherever you put
him. Why should o u r people turn
There is now little doubt left in the down such an official as that? The
minds of the people who have been Review does not believe they will do
wondering whether any real cowboys it.” —Jefferson Review—Oct. 6, 1916.
were coming to town for the Round-
Since early Sunday morning cow
boys, bucking horses, relay horses, wild I
steers, bucking bulls and other Round-
Up equipment has been coming by the
By dusk Monday night there was 150
Whether it is coincidental, or wheth
Pendleton Round-Up horses in town, 25
head of wild steers, between 50 and 60 er it is just our luck, it stems to be a
cowboys and about 15 cowgirls,10 Uma fact that no sooner do we get a helper
tilla Indians, 14 relay strings and sev in the Mail office she or he immediate!;,
eral special attractions such as buck make plans to get married.
ing oulls and mounts for the trick rid -* 1 The latest one to be hit by the amai
god is Chas. S. Clark, when he hied
to Portland Monday mon ng
Among the biggest features on the
program will be Nero, the bucking bull and was united in marriage to Mts-
from Klamath Falls. Manager Adams Margaret McKenney of rear Salem.
Charlie expects to be back on
positively guarantees that no one can
force again the latter part of tie
ride him. They allow the cowboys to
use their own saddle and place their week. The young couple will live in
saddle wherever they wish. “ Nero is the A. W. Cornish house in the north
the worst bucking bull I have ever part of town. Here’s wishing tl ?m
heard of,” said Mr. Adams Monday. many years of happiness and prospci-
“ He has never been rk’flen and I don't ity, and mav they ne t t pi a form. '
believe be can be. Sharkey, the fam
ous Pendleton bull does not compare
Another celebrity who is here is John
with him in any respect The Fendle- Spain cne of the lest known Pendleton
ton management saddle Sharkey them cowboys who brought with him the
selves and will not allow any changes $500 aadcle that he won at Pendleton
to be made.
It is impossible to ride in 1912. Jim R ach is also here with
him only because the saddle used is too the saddle lhat he won for steer roping
long to allow the rider any kind of a at the same show.
The officials for the show are as fol
Bill Wilkeson and his famous bunch lows: Judges—Dai Clark, Portland;
of running horses arrived Monday. The Hugh Cummings and Harry Owens,
number includes “ Little Fred" the best Corvallis; Timer, Wayne Stuart; An
known quarter miler in the west.
nouncer, George Rolfe.
ONE MORE PRINTER
DITTER, BELL CO’S.
Royal Baking Powder, Pound Can
Schilling’s Baking Pow. Pound Can
K . C. Baking Powder 25c Can
Gilt Edge Shoe Polish 25c size
Royal Club Tomatoes 2 cans for
Seaport Tomatoes 3 cans for
Royal Club Raisins, Pound pkg.
Standard Sweet Corn 3 cans tor
Gold Dust 1 pkg. to customer
5 gallons Coal Cii in lolk
50 pound Sack Dairy Sa’t
Mason qt. Fruit Jars
Mason 1-2 gal.Fruit Jars
Economy ql.Fruit Jars
DOLLAR DAY BRINGS
BIG CROWD TO CITY
Eddie Hurl of Pontiac, Mich, was in
"Dollar Day,” together with the
city all day Sunday at the Mielke
School Fair brought the largest crowd
to Stayton that has been here for many store o%'erlooking and adjusting the
et gines etc. of the Oakland cars that
Mr. Mielke has sold the past summer.
It. would be hard to guess how many
All the Oakland owners in this vicinity
people were or^ the streets at 2 p. m.
were present, and learned much from
Saturday, b u t t h e sidewalks were
Mr. Hurl about the working of the
crowded, the stores were full, a large
interior parts ot the Oakland,
number was at the public sale hold by
i This is a great advantage to Oakland
Mrs. Shreve and several hundred visit- owners, as the company expects t o
| ed the fair.
s-nci out their special representative
Altogether it was a banner dav for i once or twice a year for this purpose.
Stavton, and will long be remembered All the cars were found to be in fine
shape and showe I that they had had
The merchants are well pleased with tfye best of care.
the result of the "Dollar Day” adver
Mr. Hurl was accompanied by Mr.
tising, and may put on another one in VanDursell of Portland, general mana
ger of the Oakland ctrs for Oregon.
1-2 gal.Frai! Jars
Golden State qt. Jars
1 doz. $ 1.2 5
1 doz. $ 1 .1 0
Crystal White Laundry Soap
“ 1-2 gal. Jars
Dress Gingham. 1 4 -1 5c grade
6 Bars 25o
25c Pickaninny Hose
S u b lim ity ,