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H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
cant* In stamps and ro-
BIRTH O F C O L O N E L BOQY.
OKKGON four months, beginning
with the Jan-
uury issue, nnd receive free,the beauti
C. H. BREWER, M. I).
ful Christmss number
full page picture« in color.
T h i« num
ber alone la well worth the fifty c en t«
PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON
In adilltlon, we will «entl you,
charge, the fiirnou» Sunset Indian !*>*-
S t a y t o
Dr. Frederick Andersen
Hand your order to Fred Ixxk ley,
| Northweat ManaKcr, Sunset Magazine,
004 W ell«
! IN A I. N O T IL E O F AD M 1N IS
To Whom It Muy Coneern: Notlee ia
hereby gtven that thè underslgned,
Win. Ilumhurg, one o f thè adininiatra-
tor* ol thè estate o f Ottomur I.uettleh,
6. f. KORINEK. V. S., B. V. Sc. | ilcecHMti,
It uh tl.iii day llled hia final
V e te rin a ria n
ueeount ir. «aid i tate, and thè Itonor-
able County Court o f Marion County,
all domcatic animala,
h I m
Oregon, haa fixed and appuinted Muii-
duy, Fehruary 3, 1913, at thè hour o f
10 A. M. o f aaid day, a l thè County
Ot/Uc at S la yton S tablea
Court Houae, in Marion County, Ore
- - -
- O KEG O f
gon, na thè tinse and place forth eh ear-
¡■a* .. . . ------------------- in|( o f aueli objectiona tu aueh final ac-
count, ami for thè actllement Ihereof.
Win. Ilumburg, one o f thè adminis-
trators o f thè ostate of.O ttom ar Luct-
Carey F. Murtin, Attorney for Fa
Office over Dcidrich'e Store
Stuvton, Ore tate.
Duted Dee. ZI. 1912.
S U B L IM IT Y ,
O REG O N
Wilbur N. lMjilkr, D.M.D.
S. H. HELTZEL
A D M IN IS T R A T O R ’S N O TIC E.
Notice is hereby given that the un
der gned has been duly appointed A d
N O T A R Y PUBLIC
ministrator o f the estate of.Allen Dripps
...,| Probate W ork a Specially deceased, by order o f the County Court
h'a Hardware Store. o f the State o f Oregon for Marion
county duly mude and entered o f re
cord on the lHlh day o f December 1912.
All persons having elaiina against aaid
Estate are hereby notified and required
C O N T R A C T O R a n i » liU Ii.D K K
to present the same duly verified with
l’ Un« and S| t citicutio; Mudi'and Furn pro|>er vouchers to the undersigned at
his place o f business in the city o f
ished on all Contract Work.
Opponile* St r e ff'« Hardware. W ater SL Silverton Marion county, Oregon, or to
his Attorney W. II. Queener at his
olliec in the town o f Stayton, Marion
County Oregon, within, six months from
the dale hereof.
M. R I N 6 Ü
Dated this 26lh day o f Dec. 1912.
Frank thicker Administrator o f the
Undertaker a n d Embalmer
eatute o f Alien Dripps deceased.
W. II. Queener. M torney fore-state.
Third and Marion Streets
A T T O R N E Y -A T L A W
A. W E D D L E
STAYTO N . OREGON
0 F F IN A L SETTLE
TINW O RK and
Bath Tubs. Lavatories and
all Lanitary fitting»— Farm-
a line of
„ pump , ••ader water sys
tems. etc. Gasoline engines.
N e w and up to date.
Clean and Sanitary.
3rd and High
Casteel & Brower, Proprietors
N o tic e to P u b l i c
N O T IC E I S
HEREBY G I V E N
T H A T T D K undersigned Administrator
o f the Estate o f Sarah J. Mulkey De-
ceasod, ha i filed in the County Court
o f the Stutu o f Oregon fo r Marion
County his Final Account o f his A d
ministration o f said Estate and that
satd.Courl on the lgth day o f Decem
ber, 1912 mude and entered o f Record
un order fixing the 20th day o f Januury
1913 at the hour o f 1 o ’clock in the
afternoon o f said day at the County
Court room in the city o f Salem Marion
County, Oregon, us the time and place
for the hearing o f said account und the
settlement thereof und any objections
A ll persons interested in said Estate
are hereby notified to appear at said
time and place und file objections to
said account if any und contest t h e
same. Dated December 19, 1912.
C. C. Mulkey,
Administrator o f the estate o f Sarah
J. Mulkey, deceased.
W. 11. tjueenei, A t t 'y fo r Estate.
Rucker Bros., have a good express
Wagon with springs, suitable fur piano
Or heavy trunk moving. See them.
Work teams for hire with or without
drivers. Satisfaction or your money
L ivery teams night or day. Phone
2)4. Stage line to Kingston and West
RUCKKR BROS., Proprietors.
B U Y IN G Y O U R
Bread, Cakes, Pies,
Bakery and Restaurant
IN STAYTON HOTEL ANNEX
will help you, a s they
have h e l p e d others.
Good fyr all kinds o f pain.
I ">nl to relieve Neuralgia, H ead
ache, Nervousness, Rheumatism,
Sciatica, K idn ey Pains, Lumbago,
L ocom otor
Stomachache. Carsickness, Ir r i
tability and fo r pain in any part
o f the body.
“ I h ave a lw a y s born subject to
n eu ralgia ami have suffered from
It fo r years. W h ile v is itin g m y son
and s u fferin g from one o f the old
attacks, he brought me a box o f
Dr. Miles- A n tl-P a ln Pill*.
them ns d irected nnd a fte r takin g
them It wns tho first tim e In years
the neurnlgln ooased fro m tho use o f
m edicin e.'' MBS. E. C. H O W A R D ,
403 G reene at.. D owagtsn. Mich.
A t all ctruoqlsts. 25 d o te . 25c.
M IL T S M E D IC A L CO.. E lkhart, Ind.
BUSINESS D IP LOMACY.
Origin of the Torm That Hoa
a Part at Golf.
"W h o la Colonel llogy T ' That la tha
first ipu-stloii usually asked by tha ra-
crult when ha steps on (ha go lf links
Professionals nod veterans never tiro
i t explaining that be la the Imaginary
opponent, with the fixed «core for each
hole, but few can tell how the nnme
It generally Is accepted thnl an Eng.
Ilslimnn waa first to set forth the Idea.
In Dceeinber, I KUO, tbe scratch score o f
the Coventry cour»« waa taken, being
the score that a good aeratcb player
would take to each bole o f the grounds,
making no inlatukea. but also fluktug
nothing nor being fortunate with any
special dashes o f brilliant play.
At tbe time they called this "the
ground score.’' and later several tour
naments were given under the system
The unme. however, followed soon, and
Its origin wns a curious nos.
Thomas llrowue. It. N., went out to
play against a friend. Mnjor Charles
A. Wellman, nnd they agreed Instead
of playing directly against each other
to play against the ground score and
decide their match accordingly ns each
fared In this way. It ao happened that
nlxmt the same time the bogy song
was tielng sung by the late E. J. Lon-
nen at the London Gaiety theater, and
everybody else waa singing t t
words o f the refrain were:
Hush! Ilushl Ilushl
Mere coines the bogy man!
So bids your head beneath the clothes.
He'll catch you If he can.
There wua the Idea In golf. “ Hi?*!!
catch you If he can!” And It flashed
across tbe mind o f M ajor Wellman
when he was playing this game and
was getting “ caught” by tbe ground
score. "W h y,” said be to bis friend
Browne, "this player o f yours Is n reg
ular 'bogy* man." A considerable piece
o f golf history was made in that
chance remark, for "b ogy” was from
that moment established In golf. Some
time laier “ colonel’* was added.—E x
W het •'Berry, but That Is ths Rula,*
Cast One Bank.
“The making o f rules for the carry
ing on o f business is a good proposi
tion, but Ironclad rules sometimes in
jure as much as they help," a New
York bankrr^leclared recently. “ Here
Is an illustration:
“ One of tbe depositors In my con
eern lind saved many yeurs. Ills bank
book, tattered and yellow, waa full to
the lost lines with entries that ex
tended prac-tlcnlly since bis wedding
day. Aud when the time came that
he must take out a new book be asked
to save tbe old one.
“ 'Horry,' the teller said, 'but it’s a
rule o f the company that when a new
book Is Issued ws must take up tbe
“ ‘ Hut you don’t understand.' ths de
T h a t old book is
nothing to you. It Is worth a whole
lot to me. Many's the night my w ife
and I have sat up with that, looking
over the entries, planning fo r tbs fu
ture when all tbe additions we had
planned would he made In I t W e’vs
seen our little account grow from $10
to $100, from $100 to $1,000.’
voice grew a bit bosky. *Wby. that
little book has been s sort o f Bible to
us. It has represented our every hope
lu Ilf*. W e have planned by It, dream
ed by I t May I not keep ItT
"T h e clerk smiled sympathetically,
but shook his bead.
" ‘I cannot violate one o f the Iron
clad rulea o f the establishment* he
answered, and the man turned away.
“ A month went by, and then one day
; a check for the man'« entire balance
, came Into the bank. He bad transfer
red his account to another Institution.
• The matter came to my attention some
way. and I heard the story o f the
torn and tattered bank book. That
night. In the little bulletin which we
send around our place, was a notice
that wns written by me:
" ‘ Hereafter there shall not be an
Ironclad rule In this bank that la too
strong or too heavy to resist breakage.
Kindly consult the caahler on matters
A W ALRUS ON LA N D .
o f diplomacy In tho future.’ " —New
The Awkward and Bulky Creature Is York World.
Almost H sipiss*
As might bo expected, a walrus la
W OMEN O F F R A N C E
about ns helpless on land as a canal-
boat It Is with no little difficulty and They Are ths Bosses Evsn Though tho
much bitching and floundering that he
Mon Won’t Admit IL
drags Ids huge bulk upon a sandy shore
Tbe women o f France have been de
even with the boosting be gets from scribed as the backbone o f tbe French
behind by the breakers as they roll to nation. Tbe remark applies more to
and dash against him.
tbe middle claea than to tbe aristoc
His hind flippers are o f little uae on racy. Tbe bourgeois«, truly a helpmeet
land, and on sand or pebbles, where to her husband. Is In fact more often a
his front fllpimsn do not hold wsll. the manager and as a rule efficient tax that
labor o f floundering forward Is so grent capacity. It Is she who carries on the
that be never stirs beyond the edge o f little shop, while her husband, pernapa
the water nud usually lies with bis nominally tbe head, runs errands at
body hnlf awash, with the salt spray her bidding. Not that the Frenchman
dnshlng over him like torreuts o f min. would udmlt that; nevertheless It is the
On solid rock or Ice be gels along truth. It may be, too, that he has busi
much belter, and often n herd will ness Interests elsewhere as well. Tliua
spread several rods back from tbe wa he may work fo r the railway or for
some other enterprise.
The females nnd younger walruses
In Paris one enters an attractive lit
have fur less development o f neck to tle picture or Jewelry shop on the Rue
lncumt>er them slid therefore enjoy de HI volt. A smiling Frenchwoman
more freedom o f motion than the old comes forward to cajole the tourist Into
mules, who actually seem a great bur buying all sorts o f fascinating things
den to themselves. These creatures he really (lues uot » a n t It U the same
are strictly social In their hnblta and at the shops where are sold kodak
always go In herds, whether traveling, supplies and poetesrds— not a man to
feeding, fighting or resting ashore. In be seen except as a purchaser.
the days before tbe slaughter o f nil
I f one ferrets out a little hardware
living creatures beenme a ruling pas store nnd goes In to buy rope or nails
sion In the breast o f man the I'acitK or anything o f thnt sort, there may be
species Inhabited the whole o f Bering a man. the proprietor probably, to hunt
sea nnd strait In herds which often for Just what Is desired, but even then
contained thousands and even tens o f his w ife sits at the desk. guanllDg the
thousands o f Individuals.
money drawer nud keeping a close
watch over all that Is happening.
Gave Himself Away.
Likewise nt the butcher's madame
A man who Is steadily employed sits In state at the receipt o f cash.
finally had a dny off nnd decided to go j The case Is the same at the grocer's,
fishing, taking his luncheon with him where she gives out change and keeps
When he reached the creek ho discov the accounts. No mere hireling Is to be
ered that he had dropped the lunch trusted with such weighty matters.
packet somewhere on the road and - All customer« should atop to greet the
hastened back to look for I t Present mistress o f the shop aa they enter nnd
ly be met n husky negro, who waa must on no nccount forget their “ Bon
looking happy nnd picking bis teeth
Jour, madame!” on departing. These
"D id you find anything on the road little courtesies are among the essen
ns you came along?" asked tho gentle- tials with the French, and If the for
eigner forgets or neglects them he fre
“ No, snh," answered the negro. “ 1 quently fares badly.—London Spectator.
didn't find nothing.
Couldn't n dog
have found It and eat It up?” —Every-
Ths Human Voioa.
One's surprise at the fact that no tw e
persons' voices are perfectly alike
censes when one Is Informed by an au
Most persons know the story thnt Is
thority on the subject that, though
told of Cleopatra to Illustrate her lux
there are only nine perfect tones In
urious habits o f living—thnt she dis
the humnn voice, there Is the astound
solved In her wine n precious penrl.
ing number o f 17,502,186,044.415 differ
No one scorns yet to have questioned
ent sounds. O f these "fourteen direct
what must have been the effect upon
muscles produce 10.383, and thirty Indi
tho drink, but scientists scoff at the
rect muscles produce 173.741.823. while
possibility o f such solution. The fact
all In co-operutlon produce the total
Is pearls are not soluble In wine. The
most powerful vinegar affects them
slowly and never entirely dissolves
them, for the orgnnlc matter retnnlns
A Scotch visitor to the Carlyles, In
behind In the sha|»o o f n spongy mass
that Is larger thnn tbe original pearl.— Cheyne row. was much struck with
the soundproof room which the sago
New York Press.
had contrived for himself In the attic,
lighted front the top. and where no
W illing to Help Him.
sight or sound from outside could pene
"W h y don't you want to let me bold
trate. “ My certes, this Is fine!” cried
the old friend, with unconscious sar
“ What good would It do you to hold
"H ere ye may write and study
all the rest o f your life nnd no human
“ It would make me glad and give
being Ite one bit the wiser.”
me courage perhaps to—to say some
thing that I —I —er” —
Not to Bo Bitten.
Please hold both o f my
Andrew Cherry, the actor, once re
hands " —Chicago Record-Hern Id.
ceived an offer o f nn engagement from
tt theatrical mnnnger who had not pre
H tr Mark Down Mania.
viously treated him very well. " I have
Mrs. Ben h am -Y ou are nlwny* mak
been bitten by you once." he wrote,
Ing mountain* out o f molehills
“ and am resolved that you shall not
ham And you are always .narking make tw o bites o f A. Cherry.” —I-ondon
mountains down to molehills. — New
Not a Permanent Return.
"I see your married dnughter Is home
"Yes. but only for a visit, my dear—
only foi a visit. '-D e tr o it Free I're e *
"T h at big fellow certnlnly does act In
« very silly wny.”
"Perhaps, being stont. he thluks to
match K bis conduct ought to be fatu
The Best at the Best Price
THAT'S WHAT YOU MAY EXPECT TO FIND AT Til-S STORE.
In our lorn? experience in the general merchandise buti-
ne*«, it has always been our endeavor to meet the deman da for
quality Roods, and meet them with reasonable prices.
we have built up a reputation for doing just that, and we point
with pride to the record growth of our business.
In addition to our reputation for quality, we are known
for the complete and timely stock of general merchandise we
We deliver promptly to towr: customers, and our far
mer patrons always find us ready to fill their orders.
“The Quality Store.
CHAS. G E H LE N
— — ss
A share of the banking business
of Stayton and vicinity
You are assured of a safe deposi
tory and courteous treatment at
this bank, by ample capital and
long experienee in the banking
Farmers & Merchants
of Stayton, Oregon
* * id
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zes that can be won only by persons living in towns same
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K I N D S
P R O D U C E
CHICKENS. DUCKS, GEESE, EGGS
PORK, VEAL, LAMBS, AND HIDES
W e pay the highest market prices in Stayton. I f you cannot bring your
produce in, notify us by phone, and we will send the wagon fo r it.
STAYTON CASH PRODUCE COMPANY
0. B. Trask Manager.
G EO. W A R F O R D , Proprietor
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