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The STAYTON MAIL
Published every Thursday by
FOR OUR DEAD—MAY JO.
F lo w er« f o r o u r tlra tll
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Aa «blue« tin Ir h o n o r In Ilia v e rn a l ft
lig h t.
All bloouia t h a t be
A« f l a g r a n t a s th e ir fad v lev a m e m
It) te n d e r h an d « e n tw in e d u n d g a r
lan d ed .
F lo w er« f o r o u r d e a d !
E. M. Olmsted
Entered «s second class matter at the postoffice at Stay ton,
Marion county, Oregon, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
All communications should be addressed to T hk STAYTON M ail .
S U B S C R I P T I O N « , $ 1 .6 0 p e r y s u r I n a d v a n c e
A d v e rtis in g K a te s o n a p p lic a tio n
C aros of T hanks — $ .50
O bituaries - $1.00 up.
1’ra la e t o r o u r d ead !
F o r th o s e th a t fo llo w ed a n d fo r
th o se t h a t led.
W h e th e r th e y f e lt d e a th '« b u rn in g
Positively nil /»fl/iers stopped on expiration of subscription
The Smartest People on Earth
W hen b ro th e r« d re w th e f ra tr ic id a l
O r closed u n d a u n te d eye«
lle n c a lh th e C u b a n o r i'hU Ipptne
W h ile w av e« o u r b ra v e b r ig h t b a n
n e r o v e rh e a d
B ra ise f o r o u r dead !
Once in awhile someone says something that hits the nail
squarely on the head. The Capital City Journal plugged the bulls-
eye dead center in an editorial one day last week. It is so good
that we pass it along. It is entitled "The Smartest People on E arth.”
L ove to r o u r d ead !
O h e a rt« t h a t d ro o p a n d m o u rn , be
c o m fo rte d !
T ho d a rk s o m e p a th th r o u g h th e
a b y s s o f pain .
T ho A nal h o u r o f t r a v a il n o t In
FRIDAY, M A Y JOth
H o m e
G ro u n d s
in 2 long reels
A great western play taken from
the early days. Followed by 4
other companion reels, li shows
for one admission 10c.
Following Is T ho Schedule For T ho
Stayton B aseball Club. Rood
C arefully and Nolo Datoa.
T h e a tre
1 Lebanon at Slayton.
8- Mill City at Stayton.
22—Halsey at Stayton
18 to M
Turkeys ..................................... 17
Dressed Turkeys ......................22
V e al............................... 10 I* lift
9 to 11
Live Hogs, Choice
H to 104
Live Hogs, Heavy Rough
Special music arranged.
S ta y to n
Hens .......................... 13 to I3|
12 to 12|
Roosters................................8 to 9
12 to 18
F o r F re e d o m ’» m o rn in g «m ile
B ro ad en » a c r o s s th e s e a s fro m Isle
By r e v e r e n t III»» le t th is fo n d w o rd
l>e s a id —
L ove f o r o u r dead !
- C o l l i e r 1« W eek ly .
Corrected Thursdays but subject
to change without notice.
Ask Thomas Mayo or Uharlca
Oehlen for Cherry City Patent
Hard Wheat Flour,which is mill
For Rent—a 7 room house on Third
I street. I.. S. Lambert.
r . \ ed from select wheat by skilled
millers in a new and up-to date
E AMERICANS pride ourselves on being about the smartest
people on earth. We get puffed up, gorged, sated, inflated
Dr. Eaton has decided to remain in 1 Tailor Made Clothes
until we are at the slop-over point all the time. It is said
and will fit up his office with
Mean» Money Saved
WWW««*««« «eW W WW WWW WWA AA AA - r
that the peacock, when strutting most proudly with the
all tho modern appliances for Drugless | Wo make all garments with utmost
work. Office next door north of Lance-; care the quality of material and I Have Lots of Wood
loudest scraping of wing feathers and broadest spread and most
brilliant display of irridescent tail plumes, suddenly takes a tumble M O N IT O R ’ S L O G P R E S E R V E D . field's Shoe Store.
excellent workmanship insure every
to himself and hauls in his display, when in the course of his It Was Gt v«n to Navy Department by
order executed by us to be absolute lark Squirrel Poison
ly right and satisfactory. There is
strutting he sees his feet. On the theory that this may be bene
The Tent Meetings will continue the
The original log book of the fnrnoua
money saving quality in our
ficial in the way of reducing the hydrocephalic conditions of our
Monitor, covering the period of her en
lu-ads collectively, it may be well to take a look at our pedestals, gagem ent w ith the Confederate Iron
The kind that kills. Fut it out early
Mrs. E. B. Stout of Melisma was in
and note a few of our short comings.
clad Merrlnmc In H am pton ltoails ou
get them all.
John Henkel, The Tailor
For a starter, we endorse capital punishment, which is the March 9. 18il2, Is preserved among the
3 6 c . —3 for $1.00 at
worst kind of class legislation, for no rich man is ever hanged. historic records of the n a ry dep art Attorney Heltzel was a Salem visitor Stayton
That is a proud distinction reserved for the poor. A murderer ment.
The restoration of the log to tho de-
with money is always able to prove he is insane and that all his partiueut was due to Captain lands
S. L. Stewart and J. W. Mayo spent
folks on both sides including his mother-in-law is insane, and so Stodder of the United States revenue
goes to the asylum, until the doctors can show the governor cr cu tter service nud an officer on the
pardoning board, he has entirely recovered his sanity, which his Monitor during her entire service. For
Mrs. Whitney who has been sick, is
years lie treasured the log am ong his
employing them to gain his liberty for him proves.
most valuable possessions, but o s the able to be about again.
We assess street improvements against the adjoining property, infirmities of age increased he desired
Charley Lambert of Linn county was
and then while the public owns the streets add the cost of the im to see It placed where Us preservation
be assured. Hence It was that in town the first of the week.
provement to the property and make the owner pay taxes on the might
he forw arded it to the library of the
money he has spent making an improvement for the public benefit navy departm ent.
Mr. Young of Albany, a plasterer, was
The entries cover dates from Feb. 26
for all time.
here Tuesday and Wednesday.
We send a highwayman to prison—sometimes—for holding up “cheese box on n raft" foundering off
an individual, and permit speculators to hold up the whole country Cape Iln tteras on Dec. 31, 1802, when
H. Riesterer of Sublimity made a busi
JUST RIGHT FOR HOT WEATHER.
Stodder was acting m aster, and of her ness trip to Stayton Wednesday.
by cornering products and making the consumer come through.
We paid some little wayside inn, or city saloon, and hale its engagem ents with the Confederate bat
teries nt Se w all’s Point, Hampton
Mr. and Mrs. Cryderman of West
pitrons before some magistrate wise enough to properly represent Roads, and nt F ort Darling, in the
Stayton were in town Wednesday.
us, prosecute, fine and sometimes jail them for playing ten cent Jam es river.. Rut by fnr tbe most In
ante, and at the same time the big newspapers are filled with teresting concern the fight with the
Miss Bertha Koester of Portland is
Merriinac. Among the entries on Bun
gambling transactions on the Chicago board of trade or Wall street d a y , H u d !*. I M , are the following: visiting at the A. Lambrecht home.
in which the stakes are millions, and which we connive at and call 4 to 8 p. m .—F in e w e a th e r a n d calm . At
s u n ris e sa w th r e e « t e a m e n ly in g u n d er
Mrs. Walter Heater of Silver Creek
*'business” while it is the worst, the most damnable soul-destroy Sew-all’«
P o in t. M ade o n e o u t to be th e
was a Stayton visitor Monday.
ing gambling on earth.
d e r w ay a n d sto o d to w a r d h e r a n d piped
J. W EBER.
We lift up our hands in holy horror, and our voices in condem a ll h a n d s to q u a r te r s .
F ro m 8 to m e rid ia n .—F in e , c le a r w e a th
nation if a man is a bigamist and .supports two wives, but we er. T h e re b e l s te a m e rs a d v a n c in g an d am was visiting in town Wednesday.
|- ned fire on th e M in n e so ta. 8:30 opened
pc-rmit him to support one wife and a dozen "brevets” and never o fire
on th e M errlm ac. F ro m t h a t tim e u n
til 12 c o n s ta n tly e n g a g e d w ith th * M errt-
Miss Emma Frank of Salem visited
b . l an eye, or wipe him off our visiting list.
We, many of us at least, advocate prohibition and condemn the F ro m m e rid ia n to 4 p. m —C le a r w e a th friends here last Saturday ar.d Sunday,
A t 12:30 rifled sh ell s tr u c k t h s p ilo t
seiling of liquor, while as a nation we levy and collect an internal er.
house. se v e re ly I n ju rin g C o m m a n d e r W o r
The Cemetery has been cleaned up
revenue tax on all spirituous liquors, and are virtually as a people, den. 1 p. m .. th e M e rrlm a c h a u le d o ft In in preparation for Decoration Day to-
a d isa b le d c o n d itio n . S to o d to w a r d th e >
| lust Look at These Millinery Prices 4*
partners in every distillery, brewery and saloon in the country,and M in n e so ta an d receiv ed on b o a rd A aalst-
3 p. m.,
we play fair with our partners by mercilessly juggling any moon- a C n a t p ta S in e c re W ta o ry rd en F o x le ft of fo th r e F n o a r v t y . M onro«
Dare Slopcr returned to Portland
b.mier or bootlegger, who dodges the payment, and so cheats us c h a rg o o f 8 G u E rg O e R o G n E L ogue.
F R E D E R IC K S O N .
and interferes with our business.
£ One Lot of Frames. Your Choice 2 5 C
We give street car lines, railroads, gas, water and other com
panies franchises and rights of w-ay over or under our streets, and
Andrew Etzel and wife of Aumsville
One Lot of Frames. Your Choice 5 w C
were trading with Stayton merchants
g.-t nothing in return, not even an unlimited right to kick, giving
t m rights of way with hundreds of thousands of dollars, that In the Circuit Court of the State of Tuesday.
^ One Lot of Flowers. Your Choice
even a farmer would not grant them over his comparatively cheap Oregon for the County of Marion. De
Mr. and Mrs. Hendrichs of Sublim
partment No. 2.
ity were trading with Stayton mer
Edith E. Clark, Plaintiff,
But why prolong the list? Isn’t this enough just as a sample
to cause us to at least temporarily drop our tail feathers?
Wm‘ E. Clark, Defendant.
New Shape Straws. Nobby
Summer Crash, Z e p h y r
Weight Silk Top.
FISHER & RICHARDSON
BY BUYING YOUR
Bread, Cakes, Pies,
Bakery and Restaurant
IN STAYTON HOTEL ANNEX
S. H . H E L T Z E L
A b stract* a n d P ro b a te W o rk a Specialty
Office Over Deldrich’s Hardware Store.
J. i M . R I N G O
Undertaker a n d
Notice For Publication
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Portland, Ore
gon, May 2, 1913.
Notice is hereby given that Chris
Knutson, of Niagara, Oregon, who, on
June 3, 1908, made Homestead Entry
No. 16525 now serial, No. 01530, for WJ
ofNEJ andEJof NWJ,Section 28,Town
ship 9 South, Range 4 East, Willamette
Meridian.has filed notice of intention to
make Final five year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be
fore the Register and Receiver of U.S.
Land office at Portland, Oregon, on the
19th day of June, 1913.
Claimant names at witnesses:
Fred M. Hester, of Gates, Ore.
William F. May, of Niagara, Ore.
Chester B. Cans, of Gates, Ore.
Robert Sohroeder, of Gates, Ore.
H. F. Higby, Register.
First pub. May 15. Last pub, June 12.
Dr. Frederick Andersen
PH O N E 1584
H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M.D.
Physician .and Surgeon
Third and Marion Streets
STAYTON, OREGON STAYTON.
A carrier system has been installed
To Wm. E. Clark, the above named
at the rock crusher which will greatly %
In the name of the state of Oregon: facilitate the work.
You are hereby required to appear and
Dr. Brewer reporta a fine daughter 4
answer the complaint filed against you
in the above entitled Court and cause born to Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Svancara
on or before the 3rd day of July, 1913, on Friday May 23.
and if you fail to answer for want
thereot the plaintiff will apply to the
Geo. Smith and wife of Portland are
Court for the relief prayed for in her camping in town and assisting Evange
complaint, to-wit:—That the bonds of list Crooks in the Tent Meeting.
matrimony existing between plaintiff
and defendant be dissolved and that ahe
The Evangelista will hold an after
have such other and further relief as to noon service a t West Stayton next
the Court may seem just and equitable. Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock.
This summons is served upon you by
publication in the Stayton Mail, a week Dr. C. H. Brewer and wife, Joe
ly newspaper published weekly in the Brewer and wife and Mrs. Allen and
Town of Stayton, Marion County Ore son went to Rock Creek Sunday on n
gon, by order of Hon. W. M. Buahey, fishing trip.
County Judge of Marion County, Ore
gon, dated on the 19th day of May,1913,
Mrs. Ed Doerfler and children who
the first publication to be on the 22nd ' have been visiting at the Nick Gehlen
day of May, 1913, and you arc required ■ home returned to their home near Sub
to appear and answer on or before the 1 limity yesterday.
3rd day of July, 1913.
8. H. Heltzel,
Last week one of our correspondents
Attorney for Plaintiff.
stated that the convicts were to be em
ployed at the rock crusher. This is a
mistake. The work will be done by
DAIRY MEETING NOTICE
men hired for that purpose.
One Lot Ribbon Remnants
ALL H A TS REDUCED
One Lot Plumes,values to $4
I One Half
¡MACK & RIGGS
EUREKA FLOURING MILLS
The annual meeting of the Sublimity
Dairy Association will meet in Subli
mity, Saturday, June 7th at 11 a. m.
All Cream Shippers as well as stock
holders arc especially urged to be pre
E. C. Downing, Sec.
Shoats For Sale. J. E. Yeoman,
NOTICE—To the people of Stayton
who have been told that Mrs. Dennis
Caldwell was the cause of parting my
husband and myself. I wish to state
that it is absolutely false.
MANUFACTURERS OF FLOUR AND FEED
OEOROE SPANI0L, Proprietor
Remodeled and Ready for Business
“ Eureka” and “ Cooks Delight”
C. H . B R EW ER , M . D .
(.Jive our new flour a trial.
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON
PU R ITY, STRENGTH
S tayton , O regon
Every sack guaranteed.
AND W HITENESS