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CITY M E A T M A R K E T H.A.BEAUCHAMP.M.D.
Every drill user should DEMAND
Van BRUNT Drills
John Hinder liought a new
| drill at Scio taut week.
(Too late for laat week)
Frank Haberman a n d wife
Marguerite Ryan spent Sun
The farmers are all busy »ow
day with their mother Mrs. M.
ing grain this nice weather.
A very pleasant musical party
Charlie I^ambert came home
was held at the Harry Sturm Saturday to visit home folks and
h o m e last Sunday.
Quite a returned t o school a t Salem,
number were there including? E. Monday.
M Kimbal and children.
Misses Lula and Gladys Down
spent Sunday with Verna
Ed Pepperling bought a drill
| of Anton latckner laat week.
Miss Ethel Smith Bpent Sun
Peter Hund visited at the Eu
at the H. Shank home.
gene Gerrard home Sunday.
Miss Crystal Shank came home
John Silhemagel was a Stay-
Albany Tuesday. She ex
ton visitor Monday while on hiB
way to visit his uncle Joe Silber- pects to return Saturday and en
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Townes
Jos. Kobcrlein and wife were
were Stayton visitors Monday.
in Stayton trading Monday.
Physician and Surgeon
TH OM AS,
Fresh, Salt & Cured Meats C. H . BR E W ER , M . D .
Lard & Creamery Butter. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
arket Price Paid For Fat Stock
We now have on
Adjustable force feed; proper furrow openers that will
work in any soil.
Light draft and long wear.
drills have some of these qualities; Van Brunt drills have
Our standing offer—
Wc Will Replace, Free of Charge, All Bear
ings That Wear Out.
Van Bi unt bearings are absolutely dust proof, and never
T h e oil chambers cannot leak.
guarantee when you buy a drill.
W e absolutely guar
antee the Van Brunt
Did you ever see that name before?
stands for first quality in vehicles and
W c carry a
Bomplete Stock of
John Deere Buggies, W agons and other farm machinery.
The AU M SV ILLE
M ER CAN TILE CO.
Mrs. P. Lambert spent Sunday
evening with Mrs. H. Senz.
G. F. KORINEK, V. S„ B. V. Sc.
D r. Frederick Andersen
Boone Frost and wife visited
Nick Enders bought a movable
at the Floyd Shelton home Sun
i sawmill last week.
Ed Bund took dinner at the
which we are selling at
Miss Elsie and Master Clifford
Silbernagel home Sunday.
Downing spent Sunday w i t h
John Thomas sawed wood last
Master Theodore Townes.
4 Jess Ray went to Salem Satur In lots oi 200 or more they go at
Frank Kohwein visited at the
day to attend the funeral of his
Silbernagel home Sunday.
uncle, J. M. Elgin.
Rev. Gunn is on the sick list.
Joe Burton visited last week
Dr. Prill o f Scio is attending with George Ray.
Misses Grace, Crystal and Bes
Ed Rund the pioneer farmer sie Shank spent Tuesday even
is preparing to work on t h e ing at the D. Townes home.
roads next week.
J. Huber and wife were trad
ing with Stayton merchants Sat
Lyons and Fox urday.
S t a y t o n .I O re go n
Tailor M ade Clothes
Treats all domestic animal«, 'a lso
appliea the Tuberculin tect.
O ffice at S ta y to n Stablea
Wilbur N. Pintler, D.M.D.
¡D EN T IS T
Office over Deidrich’ s Store
S. H. HELTZEL
Abstracts and Probate Work a Spec city
Office Over Dekirich’ s Hardware Store.
W. A. W E D D L E
CONTRACTOR and BUIi.DER
Plans and Specifications Made and Furn
ished on all Contract Work.
Miss Ada Thayer came home
Means Money Saved
Arthur Vaughn and Dwight from Albany Thursday and re
Opposite Streff’s Hardware. Water St.
Mercer went t o Portland one turned to school Sunday.
We make all garments with utmost STAYTON
care—the quality o f material and
day last week to see the play,
Mr. Lambert and son Frank excellent workmanship insure every
helped Mr. Hottinger butcher order executed by us to be absolute
M . R 1 N G U
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Miller Monday.
ly right and satisfactory. There is
real money saving quality in our Undertaker a n d
visited the Grange last Saturday.
Joe Pietrok was a Stayton vis
Mr. Miller installed officers.
Third and Marion Streets
Oscar Meteor's sister, Mrs.
H. Shank a n d W. R. R a y
John Henkel, The Tailor
Cue, arrived from Nebraska last
made a business trip to Albany Stayton
week to be with her daughter
who is reported to be improv
Mis*s Lola Ray returned from
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
Will White, formerly a resi
FOR U. S. PATENT
dent of Lyons, died the 8th of
Mineral Survey No. 755
this month of cancer o f t h e
Bath Tubs, Lavatories and
Lanitary fittings— Farm-
U. S. Land Office,
e carry a line of
Portland, Or., January 6, 1913.
Ed Trask a n d family have
leader water sys
moved into their fine new house,
Notice is hereby given, that Wake
which is certainly an ornament sor, has written The Mail as fol field, Fries & Company, a corporation,
lows concerning the local school: o f Portland, Oregon, the claimant,
to the country.
“ I am well pleased with the whose postoffice address is Portland,
JACOB SPAN IO L
Both young and old enjoyed a
co-operation o f pupils and teach Oregon, has made application for a
very pleasant evening with Mr.
ers in keeping the yard free from patent for the Wakefield and Mother
and Mrs. John Trask the 8th.
paper and rubbish, thus listing Lode Quartz Mining Claims situate in
The farmers and dairy men of it among the yards well kept.
Quartzville (unorganized) Mining Dis
Lyons were treated to a very
“ According to t h e records, trict, Linn County, Oregon, as describ
profitable and enjoyable talk on there is no better made well in ed by the official plat herewith posted,
the care of cows and dairying in this county, than the one made and by the field notes on file in the off
general on the 5th of this month. by and under the direction of the ice o f the Register o f Portland Land
N E A T L Y DONE B Y
L J. M O S E S
Stayton School Board.
Office, Oregon, to-wit:
Call at People’« Cash Grocery.
“ The little ones are forming MOTHER I.ODE.
Beginning a t
correct habits of behavior, which Cor. No. 1, whence the i Sec. Cor.,
not only count now but in the between Sec. 15 and Sec. 22, T. 11 S.,
Notice to Public
school days to come. Mrs. Pratt, R. 4 E. o f W . M.. bears S. 33 Deg.
56 Min. E. 1371.76 ft .; thence N. 49
the Primary teacher is the origi
Rucker Bros., have a good express
deg. 18 Min. W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No 2;
193 acres, 70 acres under the plow,
nator of a device in phonics. She thence N. 40 deR. 42 Mir. E. 600 ft. to wagon with springs, suitable for piano
balance open pasture, comparatively
has named it her “ Indian Phon Cor. No. 3; thence S. 49 deg., 18 Min., or heavy trunk moving. See them.
level. Fair house, good new barn 45 x
ics." This device is helpful in E. 1500ft. to Cor. 4. thence S.40 deg. 42 Work teams for hire with or without
drivers. Satisfaction or your money
70, good water, 6 miles southeast of
teaching the combined vowel Min. W. 600 ft. to Cor. No. 1, the place of back.
beginning, containing 20.661 acres.
Scio. Price $7500, Terms.
sounds and the final e.
information call up V. J. Philippi,
Livery teams night or day. Phone
W AKEFIELD LODE. Beginningat
“ Miss Crabtree, Mr Nance and
Cor. No. 1, whence the J Sec. Cor., be 214. Stage line to Kingston and West
Miss Mack report the names of
tween Sec. 15 and Sec. 22. T. 11 S., R. Stayton.
several pupils who won 100 in the 4 E. o f W. M., boars S. 66 deg. 42 Min.
last county spelling contest. Miss W . 404. 35; thence N. 49 deg. 18 Min.
Hollister has awakened an inter W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 2, identical
with Cor. No. 1, Mother Lode o f this ; RUCKER BROS., Proprietors.
Mr. Riggs having disposed o f his
survey; thence N. 40 deg. 42 Min. E.
“ I saw some neat books made
interest in the Stayton Stables to Mr.
600 ft. to Cor. No. 3, identical with
Nendel, the books must he balanced. by the 8th grade, carrying out Cor. No. 4 o f Mother Lode o f this sur
All those knowing themselves indebt the plan in a creditable manner." v ey ; thence S. 49deg. 18 Min. E. 1500ft.to
Suits $ 1 9
W c handle a fine stock of reliable heaters, and for two
weeks only we will give a 20'/c discount on this splendid
line of stoves.
S tr e ff H ardw are C o .
Manufacturers of FLOUR and FEED.
G E O R G E S P A N IO L , Prop.
REMODELED AND READY FOR BUSINESS
“ Eureka” | “ Cooks Delight”
Give our new Hour a trial.
Every sack guaranteed.
CARD WRITING and
DAIRY AND STOCK RANCH
FOR SALE CHEAP
ed to us; onll at the Stables and settle
1» fore Feb. 15th.
Riggs & Nendel
FINAL NOTICE OF ADMINIS
To Whom It May Concern: Notice is
hereby given that the undersigned, W.
A. Weddle administrator o f the estate
o f Elijah Weddle, deceased, has this
day filed his final account i n s a i d
The Silverton schoolboard i s estate, and t h,e Honorable County
about to call a special election Court o f Marion County, Oregon, has
at which the proposition of issu fixed and appointed Monday. March 10,
1913, at the hour o f 10 A. M. o f said
ing $15,000 in school bonds will day, at the County Court House, in
be voted upon.
Marion County Oregon, as the time
and place for the hearing o f such ob
For Sale—young team o f driving jections to such final account, and for
mares, 3 and 6 years old.
Would ex the settlement thereof.
W. A. Weddle administrator o f the
change for larger horses or mules.
estate o f Elijah Weddle, deceased.
For particulars address Box 183,
Dated Jan. 24, 1913
PURITY, STRENGTH, and WHITENESS
Scio is in a fair way to secure
a new lumber mill, says t h e
News. The Miller-Speer lumber
company o f Aumsville is plan
ning to move, and looks favor
ably upon Scio as its future lo
A new loan company has just
been organized at Aurora.
HOW’S YOUR SOLE
W atters the old reliable, is back in
the shoe shop for the winter.
Cor 4,thence S. 40 deg. 42 Min. W. 600
ft. to Cor. No. 1, the place o f begin
ning, containing 20.661 acres.
Containing in all 41.322 seres, and
forming a portion o f Sec. 15, T. 11 S.,
R. 4 E. o f W. M. The names o f the
adjoining claims, as shown by the plat
o f survey, are the Humburg (unsd) on
the S. W ., and the Queen o f Hearts
(unsd) on the S. E.
H. F. H igby ,
For Sale—Stock o f New and Second
Will sell cheap on ac
count o f going east.
Bring in your
repairing and upholstering at once1
H. K. Sargent, attorney for Claim
Henry F. Smith,
ant, 918 Ch. o f Com., Portland, Or.
For Sale—Two three-year-old colts.
Will make 1300 horses.
gentle. Will sell for $200.
V. J. Philippi.
The above notice to be published in
the "Stayton Mail,” published at Stay-
ton, Marion Co. Or. which I hereby
designate as the newspaper published
nearest the above described land.
H. F. Higby,
For Sale Seven tons o f land plaster,
to be had nt a reduced figure.
Apply First Pub. Jan. 9, 1913.
W. A. Weddle, Stayton.
tf. Last Pub. Mar. 6, 1913.
BUYING Y O U R
Bread, Cakes, Pies,
Bakery and Restaurar t
IN S TAYTO N H O T E L A N N E X