The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, April 10, 1913, Image 8

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    SHARP SHOOTER HERE
Gus IVri't, advertising m at/ of the
Peters Serai-smokeless cartridges was
in town yestervlay ar.it gave an exhibit»
ion of fancy shooting. He was certain
ly a vvizarvl with a gun anil perfor med |
some very difficult foals. Perhaps the
most nerve trying one was to outline
an I n d i a n s head with ’ ’illot hides on a
target twenty by thirty inch«». About
200 shots were required for this piece
of work. Mr. Diedrtch, who handles
the l'eters shells has the orgmal tar­
get.
BUYS WHEAT FARM
99
“My
New
Studekaker
4
There’s a note o f pride in the remark. To
ow n a Studebaker bu -gy is t > ow n the finest,
classiest looking, lightest running vehicle on
the road.
Slender, y
tv.rdy w heels, flexible bent-
reach gear o f the
■ Studebaker pattern, well
proportioned, graceful lines, upholstery of the
kind that m akes you want to lea if l>ack and
enjoy yourself, and the Studebaker double ironed
shafts, strong and shapely.
Why wouldn’t any man be proud to own
a* Studebaker ?
F a rm W *
D u m p W » so n s
D e K re rr W«agon«
H a io sm
T ru ck s
P o »y C s r r is g - 3 *
• » » ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ a
: STAYTON MARKET
REPORT
Hons .......................
Springs ..................
Broilers ..................
Roosters . . . . . . .
Mixed Chickens
Geese .....................
1 t l l l SS ................... ..
Turkeys
Dressed Turkeys
\
1
I» to M
12 to 13
12 to 13
. 8 to t>
12 to 13
I
13 to 14
17
22
JUST IN.
New Dress Goods
BORDERED
' EMBROIDERIES
In wide and narrrow flouncing.
12 to IS
li e 10)
Live Hogs, Choice
8 to8)
Live Hogs, Heavy Rough
7)
Eggs
16)
Corrected Thursdays but subject
to change without notice.
W. H. Tate, who has just returned
from a trip t o Eastern Oregon has,
purchased a tine wheat ranch o f 440 Dr. Brewer re|iorts n daughter born j
acres near Redmond, Crook county.
to Mr. and Mrs. Tim Sweet April 4, of
Mr. Tate, who is one of the prosper­ Stayton.
ous farmers of the Waldo Hills, al­
Frank Mack'antl wife have been ov­
ready owns 600 acres of the rich sod of
the Willamette Valley just north east er to Weal Stayton for a few day» ut
of Sublimity. He believes in Oregon j the home of A. L. Rrigga. Mr. Briggs
¡a reported quite poorly.
and Oregon has been good to him.
For Sale-young team of driving
mares. 3 and 6 years old. Would ex­
CARD OF THANKS
change for larger horn*» or mule».
For particulars address Box 183,
Stayton, Ore.
To the many friends who hs^ve shown '
Mrs.
Lloyd
Brown
and
children re­
us such kindness and consideration in 1
turned to their home in Portland after
this hour of our bereavement we wish
an extended stay with relatives here.
to offer our hcartfeit thanks and appro- j
Mrs. Chas. Brown accompanied her
elation.
home.
Myra E. (Crist and Family.
VOILES AND R A T I N E S
LA tES
Shadow, all over laces.
DRESS TRIMMINGS
New Ecru Bandings, Rufflings,Braids,
Stickerei Braids and Novety Braids.
FANCY RIBBON
New Bulgarian designs.
Set our Deulcr or urite us.
Frank Mark got the dozen flies offered
Miss Ceeile Wolf is here from Port­
by the Brewer Drug Company for the
land.
STUDEBAKER
largest trout last week. JolT Bilyeu
W. F. Klcckcr is in Portland on busi­ caught one of the gantey fellows IS
NXW YORK
CHICAGO
OAiLAS
KANSAS CITY
TENVE*
IC N SE A fO U S
SALT LAKE CITY
SAN FRANCISCO
PORTLAND, OKE.
ness this week.
inches in length hut us it happened he
G. C. Eckstnun was a Turner visit­ did not have the right kind of a hook,
or Sunday.
so the prize went to Frank.
Frank Lesley motored to Salem one
day last week.
R ET O R T O F T H E C O N D ITIO N OK TH E
R ET O R T o r T H E C O N D ITIO N OF TH i:
A. Sower of Shelburn was in Stay-
ton
on busires yesterday.
Farmers
and
Merchants
Bank
Stayton State Bank
Jack Jones spent the week-end with
Hai vey Krump our horsoshoe-
a t S ta y to n , in th e S ta t* o f O re g o n , a t th e o f S la y to n , i n th e s te l e o f O re g o n , a t th e close
home folks in Cottage Grove.
of b u s in e s s A p r il 4, 1913.
o f b u s in e s s . A p ril. 4 th . 1913.
er
is reported on the sick list.
R ssw -R cm .
John Kiphart and daughter of Linn
RESOURCES
L oan« a n d rtl-c o u iit» ........................... I 60.SUS It. county were in town Friday.
Henry Siegmund and family
Loan« 8 u d d i s c o u n t s ................................ I 61.062 90 O v e rd ra ft» « t c n m l a n d u n s e c u re d
122 Ss
Ovc r ira fU , s e c u re d a u d u n s e c u r e d ...
1.801 03 B oud» a n d w a r r a n ts .............................
W.
H.
Tate
of
the
Waldo
Hills
was
were
in last Friday doing their
1,000 00
R o rd a a n d w a r r a n t s ................................. 15,CM) 00 B a n k in g h o u s e ...........................................
6,471 17 seen on our streets Monday.
trading.
K a n k in g h o n s e .............................................
5.500 00 F u r n itu r e a n d f ix t u r e s ...........................
3.0.54 62
Machine bolts, log screws set screws
F u r n itu r e a n d f ix t u r e s ............................. 2,500 tO D ue fro m a p p ro v e d re s e rv e h a n k s ..
13.»AS tS)
Mrs. Clarence Hunt sjtent last i
O th e r re a l e s ta te o w n e d ........... ............. 2T,3.'t0 0
A. L. Shreve.
C heek» a n d o t h e r c a s h H e m s .............
» > II full stock.
l> .e frt in bank.« » n o t re s e rv e b u n k s)
317 3 i C ash o n h a n d ............................................
Saturday
and Sunday at the Mil­
6,471 S7
Mrs. Anna Davie of Rogue River is
Due fro m a p p ro v e d re s e rv e b a n k s .
9.*39 ~o E x p e n s e s
............................................
1,606 15
ler home.
c heek - a n d o th e r c a s h ite m s .............
215 22 O th e r re s o u rc e s ........................................
15* 05 here visiting relatives this week.
C ash o n h a n d ................................................
7,290 So
John
a
n
d
George
Zimmerman
o
f
Watch Sublimity grow. Every­
T otal .
............................ »91.21» 71
E x p e n s e s .......................................................
1,109 53
Sublimity were in town Monday.
O th e r re s o u rc e s ......................................
1,674 52
body is busy making garden and
L ia b il it ir s .
A. P. Hirons and wife of Shelburn planting spuds.
T o ta t .........................................fi:i3,6S5 06 C a p ita l s io e k p a id in . . . ..................... I 2.7.000 00
P n d iv ld e d p r o f its ....................................
1,2*1 IS were Stayton visitors Saturday.
P o s ta l s a v i a f s h a n k d e p o s it s .............
3-5 66
L IA B IL IT IE S
Jos. Koenig and family were
E.
Weddle and Luster Sandman
5,000 00
k t « id i n ............................... S 25,01© 00 !>epo»U» d u e S la te T r e a s u r e r ..............
visiting at the John Zuber home
42,»ao 3h were down from Mill City Tuesday,
I •
-1-cl P r o f its ..................... ...............
1,260 21 In d iv id u a l d e p o s its s u b je c t to c h e c k
■ " - ■■
D e m a n d c e r tific a te s of d e p o s it............
»72 00
iu d iv i :u a l d e p o s its s u b je c t to
A. C. Barrows and wife and Mrs. last Sunday evening.
For Sale—One five passenger Ford
The W. O. W’a. will initiate a tine
c h e c k ...........................................................
6*,006 $7 T im e c e r tific a te s of <le|*o»it................... 19,129 00
John King of Union Hill were trading
T im e c itif ic a te s o f d e p o s it.................
24,418 98
Rev. A- Lainck and Dr. Ander- class of new members this week. Dis- auto in good running order. A bar­
T otal
...........
»91.210 71 with Stayton merchants Saturday.
N ote« . u d b ills re d is c o u n te d ..........
1,000 >©
4-4
sen
tried their luck fishing last irict Deputy Samain is horo to over gain, inquire at Slayton Hotel.
B ill- p a y a b le fo r m o n e y b o rr o w e d . ., 11.0C© C© S la te o f O re c o n )
Ed Chrisman of Linn county made a
C o u n ty of M a rio n i ' '*
see
the
Job.
Jeff
Bilyeu
showed
ua
a
trout
Tues­
Monday in Mill Creek. They re­
1 , 8. L. S te w a rt, c a s h i e r o f th e a b o v e n a m e d trip to Stayton one day last week.
T otai ............. * ......................... $133.685 06
h a n k , d o s o le m n ly s w e a r t h a t th e a b o v e s ta t e ­
«
O re g o n
f ,t
At the Methodiat church next Sun­ day that measured 18 inches in length
Mr. a n d Mrs. Thomas o f Silver port a good catch.
i
t of M arlo n s
m e n t is tr u e to th e b e st of m y k n o w le d g e a n d
day morning, by request, the pastor and weighed an even 2 pounds. Makes
Creek Falls were in town Monday.
b e lie f.
S. L. S t e iv a b t , C a s h ie r.
f.’ie h n *d«on.» ’a - h ie r o f th e a b o v e n a m
Edward Ditter made a trip to will preach on The Beginning of the ua teel like going fishing.
b u b s c rib e d a n d s w o ru to b e fo re m e th is 10th
r rh a t th e a b o v e state»
Mrs. Laddner of Jordan was trading Salem last Monday to serve as Christian Era, a study in t h e first
The Ladies Aid Society of the Meth­
d
a
y
of
A
p
ril.
1918.
■t d m y k n o w le d g e a n d
with Stayton merchants Saturday.
W akkkm KU'MAItteoM
odist church will hold a Cooked Food
a
juryman
but
was
released
as
a
chapters
of
the
book
of
Acta.
In
the
N o ta ry P u b lic
v . h M T A k rw ’jf, r » » h ! i r
Stanley Stewart spent Sunday and
grandjuryman to appear again evening the third sermon on Pilgrim’s Sale i n the Stayton Houafurnishing
• i *♦ a n i K itorii to b e fo re m e th is f»ih C o r r e c t - A tU s»:
Monday with home folks in Lebanon.
Progress—Pilgrim loses h i s Burden, Co’s, store on Horse Show Day. Sale
A
.
D.
(iARPNEU
A p ril 1313.
later.
The hill Difficulty, the Palace Beauti­ starts at 20 a. m. B u y your dinner
L . s. L am bert
5. L. BTKW a KT
H. Shank and Pat Lambert and wife
D ire c to rs .
N o ta ry P u b lic
ready cooked.
The City Election last Monday ful, and the roll lost and found etc.
of Mt. Pleasant were in town Tuesday.
C o rre c t—A tte s t:
Bill Cladek who has been in Lebanon past, was very quiet and the fo i-
G eo . 8 p a m o l
9
HT*'*
C . H . R r * w fr
R h e u m a Ur
r
for some time returned home Monday. lowing councilmen were selected;
Di re c to rs.
TP!
C r. M il s ’ A r
a
Mrs. Chas. Cladek returned Tues­ B. Prange, Jos. Schrcvo, Jos.
day after a week’s visit in Salem with Breitenstein, Jos. SusbAuer, Pet­
relatives.
er Welter: Marshal: E d Meir,
W. H. Hobson returned from a trip Recor(]er; j os. Ripp, Treasurer’;
I to Portland t h e latter part of last
S. H. HELTZEL
J. P. Ditter.
A good many of
| week.
the
women
showed
their
courage
J. A. Richards and wife o f Fern
Miss
2 acre tract, 3 blocks from Stayton
60 acres, 2) miles from town, well
Ridge
made a business trip to Stayton and cast their first vote.
-
improved. Price $70 per acre.
Saturday.
Adelia Prange holds the honerof P. O. Price $1500 cash.
Miss Ida Becker and Mrs. Henry being the first lady to vote at a
2 acres partly cleared inside city lint-J 3 acres in town^f Stayton, for 30
Miller of Sublimity were Stayton visit- city election in Sublimity
its, price $160 per acre cash.
days only, $125 per acre. Cash.
ors Monday.
15 acres inside corporate limits of
Two 5 acre tracts inside city limits
Mrs. Chance and Mrs. McLaughein of
Stayton, ail cleared. Price $2400,Tcrms.
of Stayton. Price, $«00 each.
North Santiam were shopping in Stay-
Good 5 room house on First street] 1 also have a small well improved
ton Tuesday.
j farm near Sublimity for sale. Terms.
Stayton, a snap at $1000. Terms.
Herschel Shreve who has been in
COULD NOT BE MORE EDUCATIONAL AS FAR AS
Glen
McClellan
and
wife
visit­
25 acres unimproved, partly cleared,
Portland returned home Thursday for
203 acres, 5 miles from town, well
STYLES ARE C O N C E R N E D THAN
ed in Crabtree a couple of days. improved, price $45 per acre. Terms. 1 mi. from town, river bottom. Price,
an extended visit.
A V I S I T TO O U R S T O R E .
$1625, Terms.
M. T. Miller ol Turner spent the first
Lake Davis and family are vis- | Beautiful Home in Ashland, Oregon,
o f the week with his mother Mrs. ¡ting in Lebanon for a few days. to trade f o r Stayton property. A
120 acres, 1 mile from town and Ry.
Miller of this place.
Well
improved. Price $86 per acre.
good opportunity.
A man of wealth is looking gp
Terms.
Misses Lizzie Diveley and Leona
40 acre farm, well Improved, J mile
land
and
prices
o
f
ranches
in
Forrette of West Stayton were Stay-
236 acre farm, 3 mi from town and
from market and Ry. Price, $3300.
ton visitors Tuesday.
this vicinity.
Ry. Well improved. Price $65. oer a.
j Terms, $1000 down, hal. 5 yrs.
Dan Kintz who is working near Me-
Terms.
Some of the young folks at- i 6 acre tract, only a short distance
hama passed through onr town on his
tended the dance in Stayton Sat­ from main street Stayton, well improv­ 33 acres, ) mile from railroad, mar­
way to Sublimity Monday.
ket and achool. Good 6-room house and
ed fine for subdivison, good buildings.
GREATEST ASSORTMENT TO SHOW YOU
L. L. Thomas is here visiting. He urday evening.
outbuildings. Price $4000
Terms.
3 acres improved, 5 room house,barn,
has not fully decided just where he will j Mrs. James Thomas and child­
IN
65
acre
farm,
one
half
mile
from
orchard, etc. Close in, and in city
locate, but it will be in Oregon.
ren of Turner visited at the Ira | limits of Stayton. Price $2600. Terms. town and Ry., well improved. Price,
Will Hanna, nephew of mail clerk T. <
$4875. Terms, $1000 down, bsl. 6 yrs.
M. Humphrey of the C. & E. died at Thomas home Sunday.
9 room modern house, 4 big lots, all
80 acres, 6) miles from town, good
Mill City Monday of small pox.
I Walter Cassidy and wife 0 f well improved, only 4 blocks from post
Silks, Dress Goods, Cotton Goods,
building,
orchard, over half under
[
office
in
city
of
Stayton.
A
bargain
at
----------------------------Shoes, Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear,
Mrs. Carrie Beauchamp and a o n | Aumsville visited at the John
cultivation, a good buy at the price.
$2800, one half down.
Harvey returned from an extended vis- \ Mack home this week.
Notions, Rugs. Trunks, Suit Cases, Etc. Our Spring
$40 per acre terms.
it in Long Creek, Oregon, Saturlay.
Millinery takes the lead in the valley.
For Sale 97 acres 3) miles south of
Stanley
Ray
and
wife
of
Sil-
Wanted -About 25 or 30 h e a d of
Stayton, CO acres under cultivation,
Special — Nab It Quick —140 acres 6
horses or cattle for pasture at $1.50 verton visited at the home of good buildings, hay, grain, stock and ml. from town, on R. F. D. and Cream
TELL Ud YOUR NEEDS WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
i farm tools complete goes with t h e Routes, ) mi. to school, well improved,
per head. 1’. P. Crabtree, Kingston, tf \ their parents this week.
j place. Well improved, running water.
Mrs. John Robertson and Mrs. Byron
good buildings, fine orchard, running
Price $8500. Terms.
Robertson of Mt. Pleasant were visit- , . The bridge crew of the S. P.
water, a n up-to-date farm, othera
the
ing relatives in Stayton the latter part railroad are fast completing
One full block in Stayton, improved
trestle for the steel bridge.
of last week.
and situated in the center of the town. would ask better than $100 per acre.
The Harmony Club will meet Mon- J The “I’ll Try Band” class of This is a bargain as it can be cut into Our price only $65 per acre. Terms
day night at Mrs. Warford’s resident.
eight lots and t h e money doubled. Price includes Stock and Farm Machin­
The Popular Store for the l>coplc
Subject “ Advantage:! to be gained by the Christian church will give a Price, $4000.
ery.
the study Of music.” All under the program and supper a t t h e
\LBA1\Y
ORtlOON
age of twenty interested in music are church Friday evening April 18.
cordially
invited to attend.
, Everyone invited.
■■•sa B4NPVHM
HOUSECLEANING TIME
Induces one to think of new curtains.
Look over our line of curtain scrims
from 15c up.
South B end, Ind.
S u b lim ity S h o t s
GROCERIES
a r e always seasonabe. We keep
ours fresh and the Quaity up to the
BEST STANDARD.
THOMAS-MAYO CO.
¿5
WATCHTHESE BIG REALTY OFFERS
t o o l ny
To Paris
Your car
fare refund
ed on a $20
purchase or
over
READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS
L adies ,
S t y le
SEE US FOR
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N orth S a n t ia m
FO R
M isses ,
C hildren
C o lo r
Sizes
Hamiltons Store
S. H. HELTZEL, Agent