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WELCOMED A KICKING.
T u r k i s h P r i s o n e r s of W a r
U nder G u ard o f Bultfarians
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Broilers__ . . . . .
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U v H -KN ( 'hoice
I < > Llv Hug*, Heavy Rough
Corredici ThurwIayN lu t s u b jtd
to change u it lu ut notice.
A. H. Wolf and fami'y spent
Sunday at the Branch home.
George Sherricks was on the
sic< list the first of the week. .
A carload of fat hog* were
■hipped from this place to Port
George Iieome ma le a busi
ness trip to Staytpn Monday.
Messrs. Fery and their fami
lies visited w i t h relatives in
Mr. McNeil o f Albany has
been visiting his daughter Mrs.
Copyright. toil, by Ainertcnn l*re«« Aaaoelntlon
E F E A T E D . dtnaruu'd ami cloaeljr guarded, hundred* or Turkluh sol-
dlorn m ere tnkeii from llie Macedonian hattlvIivMx to Klara /agora by
ltie Bulgarian vlrtor*. «« »howu In Mil* photograph
ami cowed by the r capture the prlxonvra of war were furtlier *ub-
Je, ted to the tutml* amt Jeer- of the vi.-t«rt..i:x guarit* The Ign-'Uiy of defeat
««■ bad enough but the added lirnn I of ■ >ftnre must have fanned to pitch
heat the #re< of hatred lu th- br <-1 >i 'f tin • • h •
“ F i t * ” C c .m u n ;.mi wife who *|K-nt
the winter In Kh math Pa'I* returned
The people of this place have
organized a Non Sectarian So
Cap. Briggs and wife were
Stayton visitors the first of the
Silverton’a city election, which week.
will be held May 5, will have two
Jessie Mclnnis returned home
women on the election board.
Monday after an extended visit
For Sale—young team of driving with relatives in Portland.
a d 6 yeare old. W m M ex-
West Stayton Warbler
Mr*, l.u itrr B u tm a n ai d l ate,- rt-
tarw | hot
where they have Let'll v.niting.
Mrs. change for larger home* or mule*.
Chiu*, l-.ply ..c< "inj a «1 t - ■ in 1 . u
Fur particular* address Box 183.
I)r Mitre* Anti I'nln Hill* for riirum.itlein
sta y ton. Ore.
The S T A Y T O N M A IL
Published every Thursday by
E . M . Olmsted
John Caldwell and family and
V. J. Philippi and family visited
at the M. H. Titus home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Conway of Port
land visited last week at the E.
E. Lee home.
IS - ' W l I 'T K I N S ,
1 n o p u r y e a r In u d v u n c e
A ■ I v x - r t Itx ii
K n t e s o n m |> j » I K - u t t o n
C a s k s of T h a n k s —? .50
O m ituakiks - $ 1.00 up.
Positively oil ¡mjters stopped on e.\ pit ¿it ion o f subscription
WATCH THESE BIG REALTY OFFERS
After visiting a few days at
J. W. Kiphart's, Elmer Dodson
and wife left for Grants Pass
Monday, where they will make
j their future home.
Mkie Gassner is haulinpr lum-
; ber to build his new house.
M. S. Titus and wife visited at
; Andiew Shaab’s Sunday.
by S. H. HELTZEL
' acre tract, 3 blocks from Stayton
00 acres, 2& miles from town,
P. (). Price $1500 cash.
improved. Price $70 per acre.
K in g s to n K in k s
Mrs. Richardson of Stayton
visited at the home of her broth-
er, P. P. Crabtree, Sunday.
Ent* m l as second class m atter ut the postofTlcc at Stayton,
Marion county, < regon, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1S79.
All communication* should be addressed to THE STAYTON M a il .
It. J. Kusy and wife were the
guests ot the lattars parents in
2 acres partly cleared inside city lim
3 acres in town of Stayton, for 30
it . price $150 jwr acre cash.
days only, 112.7 i>or acre. Cush.
Two 5 acre tructa inside city limits
15 acres inside corjairate limits of
o f Stayton. Price, $800 each.
Stayton, all cleared. Price $2100,Terms.
( bxxl 5 room house on First street
1 also have a small well improved
Stayton, u snap at $1000. Terms.
farm near Sublimity for sale.
Joseph Gassner and wife left
Tuesday for a few day's visit at
Robert Darby and Miss Grace
Crabtree visited at Plinny Crab
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Titus at
tended church in Stayton Sun
25 acres unimproved, partly cleared,
:: :! a< res, 6 miles from town, will
improved, price $45 per nere. Terms, i
from town, river bottom. Price,
Vilas Philippi hauled
to town Monday.
Beautiful Home in Ashland, Oregon,
120 acres, 1 mile from town and Ry.
to trad*1 f o r Stayton property.
Byron Robertson and
Well improved. Price $85 per acre.
Sunday at Stayton.
40 acre farm, well improved, J mile
from market and Ry. Price, $3200.
Terms, $1000 down, bal. ft yrs.
235 acre farm, 3 mi from town and
Ry. Well improved. Price $55. *>er ».
wi f e
Mike Gassner took sonic hogs
to market Tuesday.
ti acre tract, only a short distance
from main street Stayton, well improv
33 acres, & mile from railroad, m ar
Only a few Ions of land plaster left.
ed tine for sulxlivisnn, go*si buildings.
ket and school, tloodt! room house a m i1
See W. A. Weddle,
3 acres improved, 6 room house,bam. outbu“dln«*- , v '" ' * ° ° °
VV. R. Urban fli.ishe 1 the concrete
Close in, and in city
65 Here farm, one half mile from walk in front of Wm. Nendol’s Livery
limits of Stayton. Price $2ii0*l. Terms,
town and R y., well improved.
Price, Barn this week.
it room mmlern house, 4 big lots, all,
l>1'’ *' 1 mB'
8) down, bal. .>
well improved, only 4 blocks from post
80 acres, i '. a mil*a from town,
office in city of Stayton. A bargain a t ( building, orchard, over half
$2 n ni, one half down.
cultivation, n gnml buy at the
it® per acre terms,
For Sale 97 aeree 3A miti s south
Stayton, MI aen - under
fan n toola compiete goes with t h è
place. Well improvcd, running water.
Price $8600. Terms,
g ì. al liuildings, Imy, grain,
One full block in Stayton, improved
and situated in the center of the town,
iiargnm a- it can be cut into
kignt lots and t h c money doubled.
Chicken Pie Dinner at the I. O. O. F.
good Mall on Horse Show Dny by the Rebek-
under ah Lodge of Stayton, Come.
price. 1 L . M. Sturgis, R. R. and Earl Fox
left Monday morning for Eugene where
they will stay for some time.
Special — Nah It Quick—140 acres 6
Wanted- About 2ft or ¡JO h e a d of
mi. from town, on It. F . D. and Cream
horses or cattle for pasture at $1.50
Routes, & mi. to school, well improved, per head. P. P. Crabtree, Kingston, tf
.good buildings, fine orchard, running
Mrs. Mary Hallman an i daughters
w h i c r ’
H n °P*to^ * to fnrm-
would ask le tte r than 7100 per a t c .
I Our prie* only ?H5 per acre.
Price include* Stock ami Farm Mactiir.-
S. H. HELTZEL, Agent
who have been visiting here this win
ter left for their home in Philadelphia,
P a., Monday.
Lee Brown gave a party in honor of
I his eighth birthday yesterday after-
j noon. About ten of his boy friends
I served at about six o ’clock.
O dd In c n J.n t T h a t P ro v e d th* P o p u
la r it y of D u m a s.
M ILL C LO TH ES
Ill "At) Autobiography" Mine. Ju -
•I 11 It. tin- great French nctreaa. write*
of Alexander luiniaa the elder:
"I'lil- gInnt of a mulatto, with Ilia
big. bln* k. morkliig eye*, Ida wide no*
trdx. Ibl I. II|ix. heavy chin. Ida crixply
■ urllug luilr mid Ida forehead with Ita
Mirniige bump«, like that of some un
ruly i Idol who lx always lighting with
11 :x lomnidex. wax truly a represents-
II* e per-oiiage. a type reflecting all the
I uxxlnn of the romanticists. There
would IniVe Ix-eu aoiuethlug wanting to
hi- lime If lldx grnndaon o f a n-grexa
lutd nut been xren atrldlng along the
I’nrixl.in Ixudevardx, If Ids laugh had
not Ix-eu lieurd oil the tcrrncoa o f the
cm Tea or tf lie bud not ap|>ear<-d playing
Id - part with naive self satisfaction tn
■ -llb l.il i eremoulex and at the Tullerteo
ball nr walking about behind tbe
ocenex at the tlu-nter with bis arm
on'iind llie wnlxt o f some actre**, or
eating and drinking enough for four In
llie merry xupia-rx ot which author*
and artlxt* need to meet.
‘'Ilia popularity wn* limply Unerjnal-
itl There win* a atory current In my
time of n singular wager made by
Mery of Marseilles. Walking one day
In some public garden with a friend,
lie suddenly xnld to him: ‘Do you see
Hint Mg. rldbxilou* looking fellow? I
bet you 100 souk that If I kick btm, no
matter where. Instead of flying Into a
rage he will make me a polite bow.*
"The bet was taken, and Mery, creep
ing stealthily up behind M. Prud-
homme. gave him n tremendous kick in
the small of his back The man turned
red with Indignation, but Mery cried:
•Oli. I beg your pardon, *tr; I took you
for Alexander Dumas, with whom I
have nil account to settle.*
•‘Ills victim, only too proud to be
taken for such n grent man, at once re
lented and. taking off hts bat In the
most nmlable manner, he said, with a
how. ‘There Is no harm done, mon
sieur.' The hundred * oub were won.”
stand hard usage and rough wear be
cause they are made of the right
kind of material— wool from our own
state— No shoddy in them, there can
not be-Oregon don’t use it.
fr o m
$12.50 to $22.50
Guaranteed to be all Oregon grown pare
wool. You couldn’t get better at any price.
YO U TH S’ AND BOYS’
Suits ranging in price from $ 3.00
to $ 7 . 00 . A pair of pants free with
every boy’s suit.
Is invited on all of these g o o d s
They will stand the test.
Th* Old Chicago Captain Mad* Two
Play* to Dahian's Or,*.
Tim flurat, the Tetcrnn umpire, told
tlila one ou Mill Dnblcn when BUI was
a youtb tolling under Cap Anaon In
Chicago. Said lie:
“Anson called Dahlen good and hard
In a game 1 was umpiring In Chicago.
Dnhlen took It without saying a word,
but a few minutes later BUI remarked
to me, ‘Watch me bark that old fel
low'* k UI u s ‘ ‘An*’ wn* not as agile
then a* he was In bis younger days,
and be stooped with much effo rt All
through that game Bill made great
stops, only to throw the ball a few
feet In front of the bag. and It was up
to Anson to stop tt with bis shins.
“ However, that was not the end of I t
A few days Inter the W hite Stocking*
had to make a trip to S t Louts, and
Anson told Dahlen he would not be
taken on the trip. Bill had been told
that several times and he thought ‘An*’
was fooling The train left Chicago
nliout midnight and Dahlen was with
the rest of the team.
1 “When the train was about twenty-
live miles out of Chicago the conductor
told Anson there were sixteen men In
the party and be had received only
fifteen tickets Anson said there were
only fifteen men and named the berth*
•* ‘The man In berth No. 17 says he is
a member of tbe Chicago team ,’ said
the conductor, who was referring to
Dnhlen ‘He's stringing you,’ replied
Anson. Voor Bill was asked to cough
up and couldn't The train was »top
ped, and Dahlen was put off the train
nl>out thirty miles from Chicago. HoW
lie got back to Chicago only B ill him
self knows, but he would not talk to
anybody for n week."
FISHER & RICHARDSON
With The Sarnie Make
o f Gun
one nation destroys another. It is how to man
age the gun that secures success: therefore, it is
not the gun alone but the knowing how to manipulate it.
N o man succeeds in business with his back to
wards his business. He must face the problem
with determination and tact. He must select the
goods people w ant. He must determine first that
values are the objects sought, and prices m u s t
be in unison with s u c h m e r c h a n d i s e .
Gardner & Hobson
Nothing to W orry Over.
"1 heard something the other day
that greatly surprised me. and I have
lieen worried about It ever since."
"W hat was It?”
"I don't know whether 1 ought to
mention It to you or not, but I was
told that your daughter's husband wn*
n fret- thinker. She’s such a lovely
girl! 1 hope It Isn't true.”
"O f course It Isn't, or If It Is It won’t
make any difference. Lnnrn takes a ft
er me., and my husband was a free
thinker, too, when I married him. Now
he never thinks.” — Chicago Record-
have selected their spring stock of merchandise,
which is now arriving daily.
T h e stock consists of D R Y G O O D S, L A D IE S ' W E A R ,
G R O C E R IE S , and in fact everything kept in a F I R S T
C L A S S M E R C H A N D IS E S T O R E .
Inspiration and S ittin g T igh t.
(leorge Eliot trelieved that her novel*
were the product of Inspiration or gen
ius Anthony Trollope thought hts wns
the result of "cobbler's wax, madam,"
or the faculty of sitting tight In his
chair and turning out 250 words every
fifteen minutes for two or three hour*
The method suc
ceeded s o far as to bring him a return
of $37o iKin and the rending public a set
of novels which nre being more appre
ciated every (lav.—Pall Mali Gazette.
Board into Place
won’t keep it there if the
lumber is not thoroughly
seasoned. For when it
out, it will surely
warp out of place again.
| | |l| t V * l
Get our perfect|y sea
soned and the boards will stay where you put them
without warping or buckling. Such lumber is
easier to work up too. Try it this time
and you’ll know it forever.
Not So V ery Much.
"Y ou’ve got nothing on me." Bald the
The mistress looked her over care
“Only one hat, one skirt and two
hunches of puffs," she retorted, “and
you’ll take ’em all o(T before you leave
A Tale of Tw o Cities.
"1 thought your minister was to
have n cnll in Minneapolis.”
"H e di*l expect It. but he went up
then* In preach n frlnl sermon and took j
hlx text from St Paul, so It’s all off.”—
Chicago Record Herald.
Take care of your thonghts and yonr
wonlx and deeds will take care of
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