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THE STÄYT0N MAIL
S T A Y T O N , MARION C O U N TY , OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27,
19th Year, No 4.
Serial No. 886
TWO NEW BUSINESS BUILDINGS Killed b y Palling Woodrow WHson,
Tree at dates
W ill Next Week Become
MAN DIES IN
ARE PLANNED FOR EARLY SUMMER
United States President
Excavating Completed for C. A. Beauchamp's New
(Special to The Mail)
(jates, Feb. 27-Clifford Wolf, non of
Ed Wolf of this place, met a tragic
end yesterday at one of the Hammot d
Lumber company’s camp* near here,
when he was crushed by a falling tree.
Death was almost instantaneous. Un
lighted from the north side. Th$ ex- dertaker Ringo oi,Stayton was'commu
ocptionally large show-window space nicated with, and necessary arrange
will give Mr. Beauchamp unlimited op ments are being made for interment.
portunity to display his window dress
ing skill, and that he has plenty of
ability along Ihl« line Is ev!fenced by
the always tasty windows of his pre
Structure— Stayton Mall to Have New
Tbr work of excavating fur 4i. A.
Beauchamp'» now building is practical-
ly Aniahed, and sumo of the concrete
blocks which will be used In the con*
Biruction work have already b e e n
made, kn that with continued favorable
weathir, t h e early summer should
sec the structure completed. The new
S ta y to n M ail B uilding.
building will adjoin tho Thomas-Mayo
Another new structure that is plan
Co. store, and will fill out the block be*
tween Ida and High streets, which ned for this spring is an addition to the
will then be a solid row of handsome Farmers k Merchants Bank building,
a lease for which has been contracted
Are proof structures.
tyr The Stayton Mail. The present
T o H a v e T w o S to ries.
The ground space to be covered is '¿ft bank building is to be extended eant to
by 09 feet. The building will be two the alley; giving a forty-foot frontage
stories, with a fourteen-fool ceiling on on Ida street. The same scheme of
the lower floor, which will be occupied architecture will b e continued, con
by Mr. Beauchamp'* drug store, and crete blocks being used i n the con
with a modern, well-lighted hall above. struction work. The new section will
The store will front to the north and have a floor space 26 x 40 leet.
cast, and will have 119 feet of plate
Will Bo Fire-Proof.
glass windows, with entrances on both
The Mail’s new quarters, while not
the i orf h and east sides. Concrete large, will be adequate for the needs of
blocks will be uaed in the construction the paper, and will be a decided im
work, malting the building flre-preof provement on its present location. The
and modern in every way. The stair* building as planned will be flre-proff,
way to the upper floor will be from the well lighted and convenient in every
north side, about 70 feet from the cor respect.
No work has as yet been done on the
Big W in d o w S p a c e.
addition to the bank building, but it is
The main room of the drug store, expected that the new portion will be
which is to be 25 * 66, will l>e backed completed and ready for occupanoy in
by a n up-to-date prescription room, the early summer.
Lloyd Brown Answcfe (he
Call of Death M onAy
SURVEYING FOR STREET
WORK HAS COMMENCED
The surveying crew of J . W. Morris
of Portland, who was last week em
ployed as city engineer by the Stayton
council, came in Tuesday and immedi
ately went to work. When the survey
is completed, the engineer will be in a
position to make an estimate of the z-
mount of street work to be done al< ng
Second and Third streets, and the bids
of paving companies will then be railed
UNN COUNTY GIRL DIES
News that haj saddened the entire
younger set of this city was received
here this week, when word came that
Lloyd Brown had passe i away Morday
morning February 24th., at his home
I t Lents, Oregon. Death way xluc to
an attack of diabetes, although ihe de-
e :ased had been in failing health for
Lloyd Brown was one of the most
popular young men w h o ever lived
here. He was a schoolmate of many
of Stay ton’s present business men, ; nd
though his interests have been lo tte d
e'sewhere for the past few years, ihe
friendships he made here have I ten
lasting, and the news of his death I as
caused widespread sorrow.
Mr. Bro'vn, who was a grandsoi of
Mrs. Lee Brown and a nephew of l ie
Brown brothers, leaves a young wife
and two infant children. The p 'Jpfe
had been married less t h a n three
years, most of which lim ^tjiej^ spent
i n and around Portland, where Mr.
Brown w a a a designing architect.
Mrs. Brown, who was Miss Elizabeth
Dunn, has several relatives aad count
less friends in this vicinity.
The body was brought t o Stayton
Tuesday and prepared for burial. The
funeral was held under the auspiees of
the local I. O. O. F. lodge o f which
Mr. Brown was a member, Wednesday
afternoon from the residence of Mrs.
Lee Brown, Rev. Rossell officiating.
A large number of sorrowing frien s
accompanied the remains to the §tay-
tor, cemetery where interment was
Lloyd Brown was regarded as one of
Stayton’s own sons, as he came here at
an early age and grew to manhood in
this city. So many and so intimate
were his friends here, that his passing
has thrown a shadow of sorrow over
the entire community.
Miss Theresa Ann Sandner was called
by death last Sunday, February, 23rd.,
after an extended period of ill health. Prom painting by Seymour Thomas.
Interment was made in the Kingston
cemetery. Rev. RouseII officiating.
Miss Sandner, who was twenty-five
years of age, was the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Sandner, who reside in
The Cherry City Flouring Mills of
1 wish to announce to the public my
Linn county, two miles beyond Kingr-
have placed with the Thomas-
Mayo Co. and with the Chas. Gehlen
Co. their line of strictly hard wheat
P. Deidrich sold a Van Brunt drill
I am in the Stayton and Robinson
t o Roy Brenner and a Double Land .Jd stand.
flour, branded the Cherry City Patent.
Mrs. J. W. Memfield.
Roller and Pulverizer to J. P. MertS
Do not overlook those 1‘Jc coupons as
Mrs. Mary Jane Jack died Sunday
W. H. Hobson received the sad news last week. Those Linn county boys
are good for the price indicated
John Amort and wife of Shaw spent
know good farm implements when they
Feb. 16 th., st the home of her dsugh- last Sunday of the accidental death of
place above mentioned on a
tor, Mrs. Susan Hook, of Mount An- his brother-in-law, J as. J. McIIaley of
I sack of Cherry City Patent. This flour
gel. Mrs. Jack had been in declining Heppner, Oregon. Mrs. Hobson o f
is guaranteed or money back. Try one
health for several years.
Deceased Stayton and Mrs. E. C. Peery of Scio
sack; you will then use no other. The
was born January 16, 1H87, and came who is a niece of Mr. McIIaley, left
price of this strictly Hard Wheat flour
across the plain* from St. Joseph Mo., Monday to attend the funeral which
is »1. 40. Save your Coupon and get a
when a young girl. The wagons being was held on Wednesday of this week.
sack for »1. 30.
heavily loaded, she was forced to walk
The death of Mr. McHaley w a s
b; S. H. I1ELTZEL
T he Cherry City Flouring Mills have
most of the way to Oregon. The emi caused by the overturning of an auto,
a strictly modem and up-to-date plant
grant party was attacked by Indiana driven by his adopted son, on a curve
Fine business property, building is and make a Hard Wheat flour that
Good 6 room house o n First street
A double birthday reunion took place
on several occouiona. After six months near Heppner.
25x50 and is newly built. A new 6 can’t be beat anywhere.
at the home of W. J. Hewitt on Sun-
of travel they arrived in Oregon and
Mr. McHaley was the vice-president Stayton, a snap at »1000. Terms.
room ltiodern cottage on same lot goes
the girl 'lived AitW Ai WiiWflc ofl 4.hi (ft a Sank in the eaateta Oregon town,
One full block in Stayton, improved
day last, the occasion being the birth
A GOOD IMPLEMENT
Robert Allen donation claim, n e a r and a prominent man in the financial and situated in the center of the town. with this. Both will rent for »30 per
day both of Mrs. Hewitt, and of ^Irs.
what ia now Marquam in Clackamas circles of Morrow county. He will be This is a bargain as it can be cut into month. Price »3200, Terms.
La Toon, who recently came here fbom
county, until her marriage to William well remembered by the older residents eight lots and t h e money doubled.
2 acre tract, 3 btocks from Stayton
On another page will be found the ad the east, and with her husband is visit
Allen Jack, about 18 months after her of Stayton, aa he resided here at one Price, »4000.
P. O. Price $1500 cash.
ing the Hewitts. Nearly thirty rela
arrival in Oregon. Mrs. Jack’s maid- time.
of the John Deere Manure Spreaders tives were present, and a pleasant
3 acres improved, 5 room house.barn,
an name was Mary Jane Weddle, her
for sale by P. Deidrich. Investigate social time was enjoyed. Singing and
orchard, etc. Close in, and in city improvements.
Price »45 per acre.
parents having been prominent resi
J ob . Klecker and wife, Ed Blakley, limits of Stayton. Price »2600. Terms.
this modern larm implement and if you conversation made the time pass quick
dents o f St. Joseph, Mo. — Silverton Paul Blakley a n d Frank Sicgmund
Two 5 acre tracts inside city limits
cannot afford one yourself, get two or ly. The usual congratulations cohwu 1-
of Stayton. Price, $800 each.
played at a dance at Shelbum Satur
three of your neighbors to go in with ed the very successful gathering, if
Mrs. Jack was a sister to the late day night. Joe saya that fiftj couples Stayton, SO acres under cultivation,
15 acres inside corporate limits of you and secure the most up-to-date,
Elijah Weddle of Stayton, and an aunt were on the floor at aix a. m. when
Stayton, all cleared. Price $2400,Terms. labor-saving machine on the market at
Frank Thayer w a s in from Linn
of the Weddle nrothers of this city and they played the Home Sweet Home farm tools complete goes with t h e
80 acres, 6i miles from town, good
of Newton Weddle of Scio.
Price »8500. Terms.
building, orchard, over half under
25 acres unimproved, partly cleared, cultivation, a good buy at the price.
i mi. from town, river bottom. Price, »40 per acre terms.
6J acres, just outside the incorporat
94J acres 2 miles from town. One ed limits of Stayton, on Salem ditch,
half under cultivation. Balance valua 100 fruit trees, 1 acre strawberries, 100
loganberries, woven wire.
ble timber. Well improved.
“ Last January I started the new year right by opening
good house and barn, running water,
Price »70 per acre. Terms.
well. $2000. Terms.
account with your bank, and paid all bills in th is ,
33 acres, } mile from railroad, mar
A share of the banking business
way. My check stubs soon showed me the leaks in my poc-
ket and school. Good 6-room house and
of Stayton and vicinity
outbuildings. Price »4000
Terms. to trade f o r Stayton property. A
ketbook. Several times, I avoided paying bills twice, for
6 acre tract, only a short distance
cancelled checks are legal receipts. My money was right at*
from main street Stayton, well improv Special—Nab It Quick—140 acres 6
my finger tips whenever I wanted it, but it was absolutely*
ed fine for subdivison, can double your mi. from town, on R. F. D. and Cream
n six months. Price »4000 Terms. Routes, A mi. to school, well improved,
safe where no one could steal i t
It p u t system into m y^
You are assured of a safe deposi
good buildings, fine orchard, running
9 room modern house, 4 big lots, all water, a n up-to-date farm, others
spending and increased my credit"
tory and courteous treatment at
well improved, only 4 blocks from post would ask better than »100 per acre.
office in city of Stayton. A bargain at Our price only »65 per acre. Terms
Why don’t YOU start a checking account? Y oudon’t?_
this bank, by ample capital and
»2800, one half down.
Price includes Stock and Farm Machin
need much to start with—just bank your pay, and pay all
long experience in the banking
25 acre tarm 1 mile from town. Good ery.
bills by checks. You’ll soon have a surplus.
bottom land. One half under cultiva
Gobble this!—Lot 100x100, on edge
tion. Good improvements.
of town. For a short time only, $125,
Price »4000. Terms.
»90 cash, terms on balance Act quick
65 acre farm, one half mile from ly-
town and Ry., well improved. Price,
I also have a small well improved
»4875. Terms, »1000 down, bal. 5 yrs. farm near Sublimity for sale. Terms.
40 acre farm, well improved, | mile
from market’ and Ry. Price, $:I300. FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE REALTY CO.,
Terms, »1000 down, bal. 5 yrs.
S. H. Heltzel, Manager.
235 acre farm, 3 mi from town and
Ry. Well improved. Price »65. nor a.
C. W. Dunagan and wife of Wash-
ougal, Washington, are here for a few
120 acres, 1 mile from town and Ry. weeks. Mr. Dunagan will take care
of the Stayton Laundry in the absence
Well improved. Price »85 per acre.
of his father, E. Dunagan.
SILVERTON WOMAN HAD FORMER RESIDENT DIES
RELATIVES IN STAYTON IN AUTOMOBILE CRASH
WATCH THESE BIG REALTY OFFERS
What One Man Told Us:
Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton, Oregon
C a p ita l $ 2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0
Stayton State Bank