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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View This Issue
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 experience in the banking
Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton, Oregon
What One Man Told Us:
“ Last January I started the new year right by opening
a checking account with your bank, and paid all bills in this
way. My check stubs soon showed me the leaks in my poc-
ketbook. Several times, 1 avoided paying bills twice, for
cancelled checks are legal receipt«. My money was right at
my finger tips whenever I wanted it, but it was absolutely
safe where no one could steal i t It p u t system into my
spending and increased my c re d it"
Why don’t YOU start a checking account? You don’t
need much to start with—just bank your pay, and pay all
bills by checks. You’ll soon have a surplus.
Stayton State Bank
Mrs. Lydia Brown of Eugene
D visiting at the home of her
niece Mrs. Alf Beal.
Watch West Stayton grow
when it gets its new canning
H. S. McGowan a n d w i f e
spent Sunday afternoon a t the
Work on the new cannery will
commence as soon as the lumber
Miss Emma Peters of Albany,
was the guest of her sister Mrs.
Branch the last of the week.
Homer Cole and John Reno
Charley Imlay made a busi-
at the Lee Downing home
trip to Stayton Monday.
A. Beal is improving his home
by reseeding his lawn and put The Misses Mabel Townes and
Mabel, Ada and Elsie Thayer
ting in a cement walk.
came up from Albany Friday
Nick Schmitz and wife s p e n t1 night returning Sunday to their
Sunday at the E. Forrette home schools.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Ryan visi
A. H. Wolf is numbered with
ted Sunday with their daughter,
the sick this week.
Mrs. Frank Haberman of Munk-
Arthur Branch made a trip ers.
to Aumsville the first of t h e
Charlie Lambert went to King
ston Sunday morning.
Rev. Gillespie of Eugene, a r
Lewis and Elmer Ray visited
rived the first of the week, to
relatives at Lebanon this
assist Rev. Fray in the revival
meetings which are to be con week.
tinued this week
Hazel Lambert spent Sunday
R. J. Kusy a n d wife spent with Bessie Shank.
Sunday evening at the Forrette
D. Townes made a business
trip to Albany last week.
Frank Hottinger went to M t
Angel Sunday morning.
Lyons and Fox
Manufacturers of FLOUR and FEED.
GEORGE SPANIOL, Prop.
REMODELED-AND READY FOR BUSINESS
“Eureka” »“Cooks Delight”
Give our new Hour a trial.
Every sack guaranteed.
PURITY, STRENGTH, md WHITENESS
N o t ic e
WE WANT A L L K I N D S
OF P R O D U C E
CHICKENS, DUCKS, GEESE, EGGS
PORK, VEAL, LAMBS, AND HIDES
We pay the highest market price« in Stayton. If you cannot bring your
produce in, notify u* by phone, and we will «end the wsgon for it.
STAYTON CASH PRODUCE COMPANY
O. 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 ruo Co., D e p t . 1491 C h ic a g o , II I .,
have discovered a «tfictly harmless remedy for this distressing dis
ease and to make known its merits they will send a 50c package se
curely wrapped and prepaid Abdhlutely Free to any reader of The
StHyton Mail. This remedy also cures frequent desire U> 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.
Mrs. Crabtree called on Mrs.
! M. H. Titus Saturday.
Ves and Floyd Downing were
in Stayton Monday.
Mr. and Mrs M. H. Titus visi
ted with John Caldwell and wife
of Stayton Sunday.
Byron Robertson was a Stay-
ton visitor Friday.
Rev. Saddler held services at
the Christian church Sunday.
There was a good attendante
both morning and evening.
Valentine Krise an old soldier
and resident o f Mchama died
Saturday April 5 and was buried
the following Sunday in the Fox
Valley Cemetery, h e w a s 81
years of age.
John Merrels little boy Royal
was severaly burned last Thurs
day, h e had climbed up on a
stump that h a d been burning
with a lot of wood piled around
it and had burned down to coals.
The stump fell over throwing
the little fellow who is six years
old, into the bed of coals, burn
ing him nearly all over. He is
still alive but suffers consider
able. Dr. Beauchamp is attend
Mr. Little is moving his mill
over on Mr. Brown’s place where
he intends to operate it.
Mr. Metzer’s little boy Delmer
has been quite sick with bron
chitis but is better qow. Dr.
Ransome attended him.
The ladies’ sewing society met
with Grandma Shelton. T h e
ladies all came home happy and
reported a good time.
Wednesday they meet with Mrs.
Geo. Berry to sew carpet rags
for Mrs. Claud Wilson.
Next Wednesday the Fox Val
ley school closes with an exhibi
tion in the evening. Miss Ko-
pseky has given good satisfac
Abm oiuteiy P u re
Economizes Batter, Floor,
Eggs; makes the food more
appetizing and wholesome
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar
The Oregon City Courier is to
turn over the entire paper to the
women of Clackamas county on
its issue of May 2. The ladies
are to write every word in it,
solicit ads etc. We wonder if
t h e women of Stayton would
take us up if we would make a
like offer. Somebody saw some
The old maids of Sherwood,
Oregon, have formed an associa
tion. Their object is matrimony
of course. Stayton might might
form a Widow’s Club.
Only a few tons of land plaster left.
See W. A. Weddle.
For Sale—One five passenger Ford
auto in good runninar order. A bar
gain, inquire at Stayton Hotel.
Don’t Fiddle Away
time if you’re out of tune. You can do more work in a
single day if you feel good than you can accomplish in a
whole week if you just drag along in a dull, listless and
fatigued condition.—If you lack ambition to work and have
that "gone” feeling, your liver is probably out of order.
Rexall Liver Salts are excellent for torpidity of the
liver. T hey’ll put your liver and bowels in first-class shape
and restore your energy. Sold with the Rexall guarantee.
PER B O T T L E
25 and 50 Cents
George Ray spent a few- days
in Scio last week.
Linn Lambert came down from
Mill City Thursday.
Our school expects to attend
the educational meetin g at Jor
Elra Gunsaules and Harry
Shank were Stayton visitors Sat
Dorothy and Maude Smith
visited at the H. Shank home
Lola Ray returned home last
565 TR A D E ST .
week from Mill City.
Peter Bilyeu of Jordan made a A new plant equipped with the latest machinery, Milling select
business trip to Stayton Monday.
Oregon Bluestem Hard Wheat, by a skilled miller.
Mrs. Floyd Shelton and son
Lyle spent Saturday night at the
Take your coupon to your grocer and call for CHERRY CITY
F. T. Thayer home.
PATENT FLOUR, a saok will cost you very little more than ’
Joe Pietrok make a business
soft wheat flour.
trip to Albany last week.
Miss Lula Downing stayed
Thursday night with Mrs. D.
Delbert C l o w , Gladys Hill,
H. Frank sold a load of fine
Nairn Siegmund and M a b e l
porkers the first of the week.
Gardner drove to Stayton last
Saturday evening returning Sun
BEAUCHAMP’S DRUG STORE
The Mill of Quality
Cherry City Flouring Mills
C. P. Darst was transacting
business i n Salem a few days
Alfred Peterson was a Stay-
ton caller Friday.
E. C. Downing sold some beef
to H. L. Wright Tuesday.
J. T. Hunt w a s i n Stayton
Mrs. J. T. Hunt was visiting
friends i n Salem several days
Mrs. T. B. Patton was calling
in the neighborhood Thursday.
A. Frank and wife called at
Mrs. P. P. Crabtree was a
E. C. Downing home Sun
Stayton visitor Friday.
The surveyor was surveying
Grover Simmons and wife of
land for Joseph Gassner and V.
Pietroke the latter part of the Howell were visiting t h e i r
daughter Mrs. Alvin Burns the
The McKenzie Bros., called at first ot the week.
Mrs. C. J. Hunt a n d baby
C. J. Ruettgers Saturday.
the week end at the H.
Miss Iona Davis visited a few j
I days with her sister Mrs. Elmer j
Adam Susbauer called on Jake
I Dodson and returned home Mon
Schmitt Sunday afternoon.
Mill City Locals
R. S- Shaw was in town last
GET YOUR MONEY
The school is closed on account Claims, accounts, notes, bills or rents
of smallpox and scarlet fever. collected on percentage anywhere. Ju st
We expect it to open again Mon as effective five hundred miles away as
day April 14. Everything possi at home. No charges to you unless %
ble is being done to check the , collect. Give us a trial. Referenc« >
spread of the diseases. There has and terms furnished. We can get j*a.r
been no church, Sunday school, oney for you.
A merican M ercantile agency ,
lodges, shows or anything to go
Selling Building, Portland, Ore.
The dedication of the new I.
O. O. F. hall was postponed un
til May 10.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Bids will be accepted by the Stayt< t
school board up to and including Afr:
a girl April 1.
There was a mistake madejin 15th. 1913, for 15 cords of four-fee
the name of our S. S. superin second-growth red fir wcoi, to be u
livered on the school ground by th
tendent. It is Delbert Clow.
1st. of July, 1913. The board reserve
Mr. Hanly died with the small the right to reject any or all bids.
pox last Sunday night and was
L. S. Lambert, Chairman.
buried in Fair View Cemetery.
Mrs. Kerr is recovering from For Sale— J acre of land in the cit
the measles and they are mov limits on West Water street or w
ing into their own house from trade for a fair team, wagon and ha.
ness. E. B. Hunt, Stayton, Ore.
I the hotel.