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THE STAYTON MAIL
H. P. H U N N E T T , E d it o r
N K W S I'A P K K
S u b s c rip tio n , f l. S O P E U A N N U M
STAYTON, MARION COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 17, 1896
, 2 ! ; ; , r;' A m e r ic a n tr o o ps
mer, und the »tuck mid fruit grower,
» increasing tlie fertility of the
Will Take Things as They
His In flu e n c e
D em and
Candidale» Seeking Senatorial
Honor» In Silver Stale».
WASH I NOTON,
tor Tellur, of Colorado, wits ut tlw cap-
C o n s u lt
IL Borchert & Comp’ny,
. . •. F U R N IT U R E D EALER S
itol today for the first time thin m -
»ion. Several silver men were in con
ference with him during the day, the
mutter» under di»cii»»iuu l*eing rei-
Utivc, largely, to the election of
senator» in »titles where the silver
men are in control, hut in which no
one party has a majority. It is be-
lioved that Senator Teller's influence
in Iliese states will have great weight
and the different candidates arc seek-
ing his assistance.
Senator Teller would not Is* inter
viewed as to his future course or
his |sisiiion it j sin measures which of hand manufacture.
Chicago, D o c. 14— TbeTOst,» Wash
may or may not come tiefore congre»».
ington »|MH-ial says; Hilver is to he
I'A H T I K i l t I . K K L V .
He would not, lie said, outline a |»>l-
given recognition in the new tariff hill
icy for himself or others who lielieve T h r It I k K l n i i n a l l i I t r a e r t i i t l o i i I«» llP by » 1 imposition of duty equal to the
to H #-ttIrliirllt.
with him, preferring to meet mat
Dec. 15. — “ Seeking 1 I
ter« as they develop.
I* ! * and i'll
ti» rat- will
after homes will divert their thoughts
Tht * K itrii it'ra ' I » » t i t » i t # * .
from Oklahoma and the Indian Terri
The meeting of the farmers' insti tory," said Major Charles E. Wordon, of bullion.
tute in Masonic hall at Turner, Dec. agent nf the United Htaees at Klamath
II. 10, seems to have been a splendid On-gon, today, “ and rush to Klamath
The Youth’a Con*
ion w ¡11 cele-1
ly attended event, and one of more a» boon as the Indians have been allot - Grati* its seventy-firs*
than ordinary profit and instruction. t«-d their lands in severalty. When Ainong thè tnsny att
Prominent »|s*nker» were in attend this is done about 1,850,000 acres of as mento of thè Compio
ance including Mrs. Guv. Lord, Prof.
H. T. Krenoh, Hon. J. Voorliees, in thu world will tiecome a part of the valuu hy Mr. Anitre
Slate Orange Master Ililleary, Hon. public domain mid subject to tiorMO- “ lh fl Haliit ofT firÌtt
IUT • ji
Cita». !.. Waily, Judge Boise anti Hon.
ing farms, erecting schools and parcel-1 articles l*n»ed on their own experience,
ling out lands for the Indiana to hold and valuable to the old as well as to
under the govoriinient’a co-opeaative the young.
system divined for the n il mail. Major
Stories will U* given hy Ian Maclar-
Wonion is on Ins way to Washington, en, Rudyard Kipling, Stephen Crane,
Harold Frederic and Clark Russell.
' I I » C f I lit II f o i l » .
(Oregon Central A Eastern
SjH*aker Reed, Secretary Herbert,
A meeting of tlie county judges and Senator Lodge, Hon. Ctrl Scliurz,
Y A Q U IN A
commissioners is in session in Port- Postmaster-General Wilson, Dr. L y
laud today to consider needed legisla man Ahlsitt, Hon. Theodore Roose
velt— these are a few of two hundred
Need Go no Further to Find Gifts Suited to
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
Freight and Passenger Business.
— ^n c to anc* irom Salem, ' Mondays,
1 * Wednesdays,
* riflays, leaving otAyton at 7t00 a. m. and Salem 2:00 p. m.
P r o m p t S e r v ic e .
R e a s o n a b le R a te s .
C A N S U IT VOLT
BOTH AS T O
Connecting at Yaquina Hay with
the San Francisco and Yaqui-
na Hay Steamship Co.
from Yaquirn for SanFran
cisco alx>ut every 8 days.
1 ’ u a s e n g e r
A e c i ir u n io d a t lo r iB
U n s t i r | i i i s s e < I.
the Willamette valley and
County Judge Terrell estimates names that figure in the latest Com
the damage from recent high water to panion contributors.
The non-partisan Editorials and the
Marion county to be from *5,000 to
Current Events and Nature and Sci
ence Departments are of especial inter
A popular subscription to aid the
est to students and to all who wish to
Cubans is headed hy C. S. Jackson,
keep informed of the doings of the
proprietor of the Pendleton East Ore
As a reference book a tile of
Companions is well-nigh invaluable,
Homer Davenport, the
Oregon for its reputation is founded on sev
hoy who has achieved some fame as a enty years of tested accuracy.
cartoonist on the X. Y . Journal, is
New subscribers sending *1.75 to
traveling in Europe.
the Companion for 1897 will receive
the Companion for the remainder of
Arthur Wallace, a Corvallis man 55
the year fri*o, and also the Compan
years of age, sat down in a chair,
ion’s artistic twelve-color calandar,
put a shot gun to his head, pressed
and the paper a full year to January,
the trigger, and was ready for the
Illustrated prospectus of the
coroner’s jury in less time than it
next volume will be sent free upon
takes to tell it.
Sympathetic neighbors in a Ne
braska town compelled a brute who
was grossly abusing his wife to leave
the town, which he did, and now the
woman is suing the good people for
alienating his affections.
Y o u t h ’ s C ompanion .
205 Columbus Ave., Boston.
D E V IN N E
Fare from Albany or points
west to Han Francisco:
Cabin, (round trip)
Good 00 days
For sailing days apply to
W . L. W A L D E N , A^t.
A lb an y , O regon
E D W I N S T O N E , M gr.
The editors of the Stayton M a i l
and Times are at present roasting J E N SE N
each other to a dark brown color.
We doubt not that these gentleman F R E N C H O. S.
are having considerable fun out of it,
D E V I N N E IT A L IC
hut we will wager that their readers
are disgusted.— Brow nsville Times.
O. S. E X T E N D E D
The pay streak, ol marvelous rich -,
ness, from which, it is reported, ore is
now lieing taken in the Santiam mine,
indicates that not many years hence
a number of rich gold-bearing ledges
of Oregon w ill be hives of industry.
Capital for development is the great
desideratum of our latent mineral
wealth.— Oregon City Courier.
are catalogue names of the
latest faces of type on the
market, of which this office
is abundantly supplied. No
jim-crow, back-woods, scrof
ulous looking job printing
goes out these doors.
best is none too good for
S P E C IA L T IE S
of end I-,.H it» of u »ilo, horticulture, S ( X I X C V O f th C M O V C IllC n t
diarying, farmer»' organizations, ex-
| m * ririiental und scientific observations
on farm drainage, flux culture, good
road» and the tran»|>ortatioii prob-
lem, thoae and many more, were dis A v o w e d ly to a id Cubans
cussed instructively to all in at
a t H a van a.
The following resolution wan pa»»- !
T h e P e n a tile » f o r V io la tin g N e u tra lity
L a w » Ig n o re d .
“ Where»», I t i » twenty year» since
the Ilax libre, grown in Oregon, whm [
KAXHAH C IT Y , l>ec. 15—Already
at the centennial fair held in Pliils-
over three hundred Cuban recruit»
dclphiu awarded a first-class medal for)
strength and other g«»«l qualities, and have been enrolled in this city and
“ Whereas. The experiments in llax Col. I). Harriman, head of the local
production at the Oregon ex|»*riment movement, stated today t int there are
station at Corvallis have (uruish<*d as many more in Kansas City and
samples to the national department vicinity ready and willing to go to the
front. The enrollment
H agriculture which have been tested j
by it» experts and proved the qualities 111 arrmian » o c< an nou<r<<} of
named by the centennial award, there- the purpo^ of the movement « made,
fore be it
11 hose enlistments are in direct
“ Kesolved, That the time has ar- violation of the neutrality laws and
rived and the condition of farming arc prohibited under ttw » of from
pursuits in Oregon is »tieh as to call
to $2,000 and three years ini-
for the addition of a teacher of the prisonnient)
management of flax libre and process
C h ris tm a s
»oil, the goplier prcblem, cou»truction I
Price and Quality.
£ » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » » j »
Be it Proclaimed:
-T H A T
The Racket Store
-C A R R IE S T H E
-BEST ASSO RTM ENT
IN T H E V A L L E Y . ^ . . , ^ ^ ^
We hope to continue the cordial bnsiness re
lations we have establiahed in the past few years
with our many old patrons, and extend a cordial
invitation to those who are yet strangers to us.
We especially desire to merit and retain the pat
ronage of the people.
M . M . B A L S L E Y , P ro p r.