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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View This Issue
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Emma Frank i s spending a
few days at home on account o f
Mrs. W. H. Downing is quite
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The Spreader with the Be lter
on the A xle
1 he simplest opreader Made
L. O. Reynolds and wife o f
near Aumsville spent Sunday at
the A. Frank home.
Mrs. Alvin Burns was a Stay-
ton visitor Friday.
James Gibson, Adam Susbauer,
Willie Smoke and Edd Jacobs
spent Sunday w i t h J a k e
Easy to Load
Jos. and Edd Ditter called at
the Downing dairy ranch Sun
Smoke Pleasure and other Pleasures
for the Man W ho Smokes
T. B. Patton and family spent
Sunday at the J. T. Hunt home.
J. M. King and wife called at
the T. J. Hill home Sunday even
A m a »pedal offer,
daring F eb ru a ry
and March only we
will »end you our
new illustrated cata
log o f present», FREE.
Notice is hereby given, that Wake
< 'cmpons from Duke's M ix tu r e may be
Published every Thursday by
E. M. Olmsted and W. C. Parrv
Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Stayton,
Marion county, Oregon, under the act o f Congress o f March 3, 1879.
All communications should be addressed to T he S tayton M ail .
SUBSCRIPTIONS, $1.50 per year in advance
Advertising Rates on application
C a r d s o f T h a n k s — $ .30
Oregon, has made application for a
The STîWTON MRIL
whose postoffice address is Portland,
and olht* tags and coupons issued by us.
ST. LOUIS. MO.
Mineral Survey No. 755
field, Fries & Company, a corporation,
assorted tenth t.igs from HORSE SHOE,
J.T..TINSLEY S NATURAL LEAF,
ORANGER 1 WIST, coupons from
FOUR ROSES ClOC’ tsn double coupon),
PICK PLUG CUT. P I E D M O N T
CIGARETTES, CL1X CIGARETTES.
U. 8. PATENT
O bituaries - $1.00 up.
Positively all papers stopped on expiration o f subscription
patent for the Wakefield and Mother
Lode Quartz Mining Claims situate in
Quartzville (unorganized) Mining Dis
trict, Linn County, Oregon, as describ
ed by the official plat herewith posted,
and by the field notes on file in the off-
ice o f the Register o f Portland Land
Office, Oregon, to-wit:
Beginning a t
Cor. No. 1, whence the J Sec. Cor.,
between Sec, 15 and Sec. 22, T. 11 S.,
R. 4 E.I o f W . M.. bears S. 33 Deg.
56 Min. E. 1371.76 ft .; thence N. 49
deg. 18 Min. W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No 2;
thence N. 40 deg. 42 Mir. E. 600 ft. to
Cor. No. 3; thence S. 49 deg., 18 Min.,
E. 1500ft. to Cor. 4. thence S.40 deg. 42
Min. W. 600 ft. to Cor. No. 1, the place of
beginning, containing 20.661 acres.
Nature intended this state to be the haven of millions of
people, its riches are thrown broadcast through the commonwealth,
•nd yet a large majority of the people do nothing but sleep and
wonder why collections are slow.
It’s time a few of the brethern should wake up or be buried.
day, at the County Court House, in
Marion County, Oregon, as the time
and place for the hearing o f such ob
jections to such final account, and for
the settlement thereof.
W. A. Weddle administrator o f the;
estate o f Elijah Weddle, deceased
Dated Jan. 24, 1913
Even if You Don’t Need a New Spreader Now £ X ‘n
of articles on why farm manure should be used on the land, how It should be applied, how it should he stored,
the value and effect of using it in various ways. In addition there Is a detail description of the John Deere
Spreader with illustrations in colors of this spreader working in the field.
Better Investigate . . It's Worth Your While
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Leonard Walker was a Stay-
A carload of rails were ¿hipped
in last week to repair the S. P. ton visitor Saturday.
track at this place.
A good many from here at
Whooping cough has made its
the Mask Ball at Shel-
Mrs. Brower visited a t the
appearance in the neighborhood.
burn Saturday evening.
Forrette home Wednesday.
Frank Lathrop made a busi
Bert Neal and wife visited at
The W. S. Literary and Debat
ness trip to t h e Capital City
ing Society met at the school- the Itossell home Sunday.
house last Friday evening and
Miss Abbie Condit of Silverton
It is reported that J. A. Horn- had a nice time. It was Resolv
was a week-end visitor a t the
buckle has sold his place.
ed that Capital Punishment for Von Behren home.
Arthur Branch and family vis- crime should not be abolished
ited at the Peter’s home near
Mrs. Hammer of Scotts Mills
Sublimity, over Sunday.
who has been visiting her son I.
Pearl Adams was a Salem vis- R. Hammer of this place, re
turned home the last o f the week.
’ ^ °r Saturday.
FRESH and BALT MEATS
Clara Bowne who is attend
Mrs. Cassie York and children
Pure Lard at All Times
o f Portland are the guests o f ing High School in Salem, visit Highest Market Price Paid For
her parents D. M. Mclnnis and ed over Sunday with home folks.
wife of this place.
Clarence Forrette and sister
W est Stayton
Stayton Butcher Shop
W . A. RIGGS
Ike Tripp a n d family have spent Sunday with friends a t
moved in the Neal residence.
W AKEFIELD LODE. Beginningat
Cor. No. 1, whence the J Sec. C qr. be-1
tween Sec. 15 and Sec. 22. T. 11 S., R. j
4 E. o f W. M., bears S. 66 deg. 42 Min. j
W . 404. 35; thence N. 49 deg. 18 Min. |
W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 2, identical |
with Cor. No. 1, Mother Lode o f this
survey; thence N. 40 deg. 42 Min. E. j
600 ft. to Cor. No. 3, identical w ith '
Cor. No. 4 o f Mother Lode o f this sur- j
vey; thence S. 49deg. 18 Min. E. 1500ft.to
Cor 4,thence S. 40 deg. 42 Min. W. 600
ft. to Cor. No. 1, the place o f begin
ning, containing 20.661 acre«.
William Allan White once wrote what was the matter with
Kansas. We wish he would come out here and write what is the
matter with Oregon.
For there is something the matter with this state.
6’iy impartial hardheaded observer and lead him from San Diego
to Vancouver and he will tell you that through all that territory
the finest land, the richest resources, the most healthful and well
balanced climate are to be found in Oregon.
Beautiful rivers and valleys, wooded and snow-crowned
Containing in all 41.322 seres, and
Ihountains, primeval forests, salubrious acres, gold and copper and forming a portion o f Sec. 15, T. 11 S.,
eoal. water power galore,timber enough to trestle the world, terri R. 4 E. o f W. M. The names o f the
adjoining claims, as shown by the plat
tory larger than New England states, and with a fertility and va o f survey, are the Humburg (unsd) on
riety of soils that can’t be equaled -and yet take the state by and the S. W ., and the Queen o f Hearts
large and it is behind all others in the march of industrial a n d (unsd) on the S. E.
H . F . H ig b y ,
Look at irrigation in t he Rogue River Valley.
H. K. Sargent, attorney for Claim
have It. If we were less favored by nature we would have dug ant, 918 Ch. o f Com., Portland, Or.
canals years ago. But it is like pulling an elephant’s tusks to get
The above notice to be published in
♦he property owners themselves started.
the “ Stayton Mail,” published at Stay-
Look at the good roads.
There is scarcely a good road in ton, Marion Co. Or. which I hereby
le state. Before 1915 British Columbia will spend $10,000.000 for designate as the newspaper published
ood roads, the state of Washington $21,000,000, California is nearest the above described land.
H. F. Higby,
Oregon is larger than Washington, is certainly as rich, and
First Pub. Jan. 9, 1913.
yet less than $3,000,000 was spent in 1912 bv counties and state to Last Pub. Mar. 6, 1913.
gether, and unless the unexpected happens the $10,000,000 appro
priation for good roads proposed by the Pacific Highway commiss
FINAL NOTICE OF ADMINIS
ion will fall by the wayside.
What’s the matter? Have we been so favored by nature that
To Whom It May Concern: Notice is J
mr sinews are lax and our energies impaired? Is there a hook- hereby given that the undersigned, W.
/orm in our midst?
A. Weddle administrator o f the estate
We have become the most progressive state in the union o f Elijah Weddle, deceased, has this I
'olitically. Largely because we reached the depths of political day filed his final account in s a i d !
estate, and t h e Honorable County j
irruption. Must we be driven to industrial, agricultural and com- Court o f Marion County, Oregon, has
. lercial enterprise by tasting the bitterness of poverty and adver- fixed and appointed Monday, March 10, !
ty? That is the course necessary only for the brute and the 1913, at the hour o f 10 A. M. o f said
Nothing Else Like It
HE JOHN DE E RE S P R E A D E R — Th* SprttuL r tcüh th« Btalrr on On A xis— In m much of nn Improve-
ment in iPIN der manufacturing m the aelf-hln<!cr waa over the old reaper. It la made along entirely
new and different linee from tho ordinary spreader.
The first manure snreador ever made waa built in 1878 by tho Kemp & RUrpeo Manufacturing Company.
V p to the time of tho John Deere Spreader every spreader haa been made along the sumo general lines aa
this first machino. Power was taken from one end of the main axle and transmitted, either through chains
or gears, to the beater, mounted above and in the rear of the axle. Heretofore tho only improvement In
manure spreaders since tho first ono wua made In 1878 haa been In the refinement of details.
The John Deere Spreader ia a radical departure from tho old method of construction. It Is made along
entirely new lines and is a great Improvement over tho old style spreader. Come In and examine the machine
and you will readily aee why the John Deere Spreader ia so far superior to any spreader heretofore constructed.
The Sherwood city council has
ordered a chemical engine f o r
the fire department o f that town,
says the News.
U , S. Land Office,
Portland, Or., January 6, 1913.
Just send us your name
and address on a postal.
Earl Downing celebrated his
eighth birthday Saturday after
noon by inviting eight o f his
schoolmates to a party. Various
games were played after which ,
a dainty lunch was served.
John Roedigheimer was trad-
in Aumsville Friday.
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