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Mill City Locals
James VanGorder made Lyons
a very pleasant visit last week.
Come again Jim.
The Fox Valley Cemetery as
Sunday sociation met with Mrs. Abel
last week a n d had a pleasant
The weather man was so out
of sorts that no one ventured to
wear their Easter bonnet.
o n ly B a k in g P o w d e r mode
o f T a rta r
Master was observed
I evening at the church.
Mrs. Jessie Barnes is at home
on a visit from Salem.
Farmers & Merchants
1 Bank of Stayton, Oregon
t C a c p it a l $ 2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0
What One Man Told Us:
“ liait January
I started the new year right by opening
a checking account with your bank,
and paid all bills in this
My check stubs soon showed me the leaks in my poc-
1 avoided paying bills twice, for
cancelled checks are It’gal receipts.
My money was right at
my finger tips whenever I wanted it,
safe where no one could steal it.
but it was absolutely
It p u t system
■ponding and increased my credit.”
Why don’ t Y O U
start a checking account?
need much to start with
bills by checks.
bank your pay, and pay all
You’ ll soon have a surplus.
Stayton State Bank
$25,0 0 0 -C A P IT A L - $25,000
Flmirintf m ills
Manufacturers of FLOUR and FEED.
NO ALUM, MO
Hood River sent a carload of
Oregon City is to hold its A n
potatoes and apples to the flood nual Stock Show and Carnival
Ed Smith made a business trip
Jim Taylor and wife are out o f
to Salem the last o f the week.
town on a business trip.
Fred McIntyre of Salem is
Will Quinn has gone to Albany
visiting at the M. F. Ryan home, i
to take charge o f the Hammond
I). Townes and Lee D ow ning1
Lbr. Co’s,, office there.
were Stayton visitors Monday.
Miss Draubaugh was able to
Frank Lambert is cutting wood
leave the hospital Monday.
for Geo. Ray.
T h e annual congregational
H. Senz and family spent Sun
meeting o f t h e Presbyterian
night with relatives near
church of this place was held
Sat. eve, Murch 29th.
On the lumber question
f o r our mutual benefit.
Every satisfied customer
w e make is better for us.
Every bill of lumber you
Fax and Ben Thayer met with '
Robert Quinn is visiting his
buy here means a better and more lasting job for you.
accident Monday evening. A
daughter in Hood River.
bolt in the wagon tongue broke.
So even if you leave out our interests you will be con
The Hammond Lbr. Co., have
This caused the team to run a-
bought the Mill City Meat Mar
sulting your own by giving us your next lumber order.
way, throwing both boys out.
ket from Mr. King.
Mrs. H. Shank and J. M. Ray
The Co’s Hotel will now be
visited last week with their sis-1
under the management o f Billie
ter. Mrs. Frank Savage of Aums-
Itambo and wife.
The Mill City Skating club gave
Albert Ray, after spending the
masquerade skate for
winter in Washington, has rej
members March 27.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
turned to his old home.
| The Hammond Lbr. Co. has
H eart D isease A lm ost
Frank Thayer has traded his
In the County Court o f the State o f
installed a new 300 horse power
Fatal to Young Girl
property at Mt. Pleasant for the Oregon for Marion County.
twin engine hitched
" M y d a u g h te r, w h e n th irte e n y e a r *
Munkers place at Scio.
In the matter o f the estate o f Adolph
old , w a s s tr ic k e n w ith h e a r t \ ro u b !e .
h e a d
s a w .
T h e y start
pects to move there this fall.
S h e w a s so b ad w e h a d to p la c e h e r
ed it Tuesday morning and only
b ed n e a r a w in d o w
Notice is hereby given that the under
The services at church Sunday
lost five minuets during the day
so s h e c o u ld g e t
signed, Theresia Riesterer, was|duly
h e r b re a th .
on account o f the new machine were well attended.
appointed by the County Court o f Ma
Eureka” g “ Cooks Delight
Give our new Hour a trial.
Every sack guaranteed.
PURITY, STRENGTH, and WHITENESS
K I N D S
P R O D U C E
CHICKENS, DUCKS, GEESE, EGGS
PORK, VEAL, LAMBS, AND HIDES
We pay the highest market prices in 8tayton. If you cannot bring your
produce in, notify us by phone, and we will scud the wagon for it.
STAYTON CASH PRODUCE COMPANY
G. B. Trask Manager.
Better Than Spanking
Spanking will not cure children of wetting the bed,
because it is not a habit but a dangerous disease. The
C. H. R o w a n D r u g C o ., D e p t . 1491 C h i c a g o , I I I .,
have discovered a strictly harmless remedy for this distressing dis
ease and to make known its merits they will send a 50c package se
curely wrapped and prepaid Absolutely Free to any reader o f The
Stayton Mail. Thia remedy nlso cures frequent desire to urinate and
inability to control urine night or day in old or young.
The C. H.
Rowan Co. is an Old Reliable House. Write to them today for the
free medicine. Cure your family, then tell your friends.
d o c to r
sa id .
'P o o r
Marguerite Ryan visited with
ch ild , sh e Is lik e ly
rion County, State o f Oregon, as exec
to fa ll d e a d a n y
folks over Sunday.
utrix o f the last will and testament of
The Ladies Clubs met as usual
t im e .’
fr ie n d
last week and spent a pleasant
told m e D r. M ile s’
Mrs. H. Shank called on Mrs.
letters testementary were duly issued
H e a r t K em ed y h ad
The B. B. B. Club Pat Lambert Monday evening.
cu re d h e r fa th e r ,
to her on the 1st day o f February, 1913.
I trie d It, a n d
meet at the home o f Mrs. J. F.
sh e b e g a n to lm -
Miss Lola Ray went to Mill All persons having claims against said
Potter this week and the Moth-
J M k prove.
S h e to o k
estate are hereby notified and required
City last week, where she will
s i k S a K. c a t m a n y b o t-
to present the same under oath with
1 ers C l u b visited t h e school
S y / s J jK A
ties, b u t
sh e Is
stay for some time.
proper vouchers thereto attached with ™
sp a re d to m e t o
Thursday p. m.
. ro s y
Mrs. Tom Gorley and little son in six months from the date o f this no- ’ c h e e k e d g irl. N o on e c a n Im a g in e th e
Matt Carter employed at Pot
tice to the undersigned at Sublimity,
co n fid e n ce I h a v e !r r>r M i|ea’ H e a r t
Dwight, o f Tacoma, visited last
K e m e d y ." A . R . C A N O N , W o rth . M o.
ter & Co’s, sawmill w a s hurt
week with her brother, P. H.
The unbounded confidence Mr.
Executrix o f the last will and testa- \
Canon has in Dr. Miles’ Heart Rem
ment o f Adolph Riesterer, deceased.
Carson and Brown, attorneys for ex
First Pub. Mar. 6. Last Pub. \pr. 3.
G E O R G E S P A N I O L , Prop.
REMODELED AND READY FOR BUSINESS
The Scio news reports several
Mrs. Chester Dencer has been cases o f typhoi d fever.
seriously ill the past week.
The Odd Fellows, Masons and
Quite a nnmber have sowed
their onion seed the past two Catholics all contemplate erect
ing fine new structures in Tilla
mook this year.
Messrs. Chance a n d Jarvis
were in Albany and Salem tran
T h e Canby Irrigator h a s
sacting business last week.
changed from a five to six col
Edward Beal and family who
It looks like a news
have resided in Bridal Veil the
paper now, not a circular.
past few years, have moved back
to their home here.
Oregon and Massachusetts are
• Gilbert Beal and Miss Mamie t o swap a few teachers for a
Reese were Salem visitors re year.
Will bet a subscription
against a hole in a doughnut that
Ira Thomas w a s a Corvallis those eastern schoolma’ams will
be married inside o f six months
visitor this week.
to some wide-awake westerners.
Miss Rose Sperry is spending
a few weeks at h e r home in
The Silverton Journal claims
that that city has the champion
Miss Ethel Calfee is visiting in monstrosity in the shape o f an
animal half horse and half goat.
Mrs. Albert Keithley and sons Come to the Stayton Horse Show
are visiting at the Willis K eith neighbor, and see r e a l pedi
greed. born to the purple horses.
No monstroities around in these
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Notice is hereby given that bids will
be receaved by the Town Recorder of
the Town o f Stayton, Ordgon, until 5
P. M., April 5th 1913, for the improve
ment o f certain Streets in the Town o f
Stayton, Oregon, according to Resolu
tion No. 5, passed by the Council o f the
Town o f Stayton, Oregon, March 19,
Plans and Specifications for said im
provements, both hard surface paving
and macadam may be seen in the office
o f the Town Recorder in Stayton, and
in the office o f J. W . Morris, in the
Yeon Building, Portland, Oregon.
Bids must be accompanied by a cer
tified check for 10 per cent o f the am
ount o f the bid.
The Town Council reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
J. B. Grier,
Recorder for the Town o f Stayton.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Dr. M ile s’ H e a r t R e m ed y le sold and
g u a r a n te e d b y all d ru g g ists.
M ILE S
M ED IC A L
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
TH OM AS.
Fresh, Salt & Cured Meats
Lard & Creamery Butter.
Highest Market Price Paid For Fat Stock
Notice is hereby given that bids will
be received by the Town Recorder o f
the Town o f Stayton, Oregon until 5
P. M. April the 5th 1913, for the im
provement o f West Water Street in
the Town o f Stayton according to Res
olution No. 3 passed b y the Council
Oct. the 18th 1912.
Plans and Specificetions for said im
provement can be seen in the office o f
the Town Recorder o f the Town o f
Contractor & Builder
If it is not wet enough for the
Bids must be accompanied by a cer
Bond furnished to cover all cost
tified check for ten per cent o f the a-
farm ers to plow when will it be?
and insure a first class guaranteed mount o f the bid.
Mr. Wiley is some better we-
The Council reserves the right to re
are pleased to learn.
ject any and all bids.
J. B. Grier
Town Recorder Stayton, Ore.
Grandma Corbin is up and a
Lyons and Fox
edy is shared by thousands o f
others who know its value from
experience. Many heart disorders
yield to treatment, if the treatment
is right. If you are bothered with
short breath, fainting spells, swell
ing of feet or ankles, pains about
the heart and shoulder blades, pal
pitation, weak and hungry spells,
you should begin using Dr. Miles’
Heart Remedy at once. Profit by
the experience of others while you
E. N. TEAGUE
work, I can save you money.
Will Swank left last week for
ST A Y T O N
Portland where he will be joined
by his wife.
From there they
R h e u m a tic
p a in *
will go to Lane, Idaho.
Dr. M iles- A n ti T n ln
EGGS FOR SETTING
$1.00 for 13
HOW’S YOUR SOLE
re lie v e d
T ills .
W HITE INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS
Watters the old reliable, is back in
the shoe shop for the winter.
R. H A M M E R ,
W est Stayton
T o h e a d off s h
A n t l- P a tn P ills
t - 7 Dr. M ILS’
* Mom fa ll.