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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View This Issue
The merchants of this town have
agreed, and all others sre requested to
close their pieces of business tomorrow,
Decorstion Day between the hours of
(Continued from B ar « 1)
10 a. m. and 11:S0 a. m. out of respect
! > , nil about the lath to the Boys in Blue.
G. A. R. Committee.
Tin- loud clnngtiiK of a 1*11 nt til*
bourn» announced Hint the evening tnonl
«ns ready, and the light suddenly fad-
Riley Thomas was in town Monday.
WE HAVE IT IN BRAND NKW PATTERNS
ed from the old Minn's face ns he walk
OF SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
ed a way. The dimming of hit eye«,
Jim Burton is working in the saw
the droop of Ills shoulders, ns he turned
from her touched Miriam, and there mill.
New Yurtl V Vide Bulgarian Silks.
Unshod Into her liralu a thought so
startling that the seised the first lei
45 Inch Bordered Voile Dress Patterns.
Geo. Ray of Jordan w h s In our city
sure minute to consider It. What If
Inch Pongee for Summer ('oats.
they should have ntt old soldier's pic
Inch Summer M o h a i r s .
nic of their own she and the general?
Oh, It was a wonderful plan! Miriam
Bill Butler was over from Aumsville
"The on ly k in d —b ecau se, as I alw ays say, w hen
could scarcely sleep for thinking of It, Tuesday.
and by morning she was ready to com
a m an puts m o n ey in a thing he w ants to know that
municate It to her old friend.
he' • goin g to g et the worth of it out ag ain .”
it is aountrui if ntiy European tour,
K. A. Weddle was down from Mill
"That's plain b u siness as I look at it."
“personally conducted" or otherwise, City Sunday.
"That's w h y i say th e p ric e d o e sn ’t tell y o u any
ever gave such satisfaction ns did this
thin g at all. T h e re 's o n ly c n e th in g th at t. ’.ks—e x c e p t
little trip. They tried singing "Ilall
Albert Titze was in from Fern Ridge
th e w agon itself. T h a t’s the n am e of th e m aker.”
Columbia” and "John Brown" and de-
“W hen you b u y a S tu d e b a k e r y o u ’re b u y irg a
rliod n givat deal of satisfaction. If not Tuesday.
v eh icle that h as b e h in d it a n d in it sixty years of ex
much melody, from the attempt. The
l’HAT CANNOT BE CARRIED IN
Adam Schleis was in West Stayton
perien ce— sixty y e a rs of success— a n d sixty y ears of
little girl from a nearby farmhouse
reputation for th e sq u a re d e a l. T h a t's w h y a S tu d e
STOCKS IN SMALL T O W N S .
n n down and brought them some lem Monday.
baker alw ays lo o k s g o od to me."
onade, nnd altogether It waa a day
crowded with pleasure.
"M y fa th e r u se d to say th a t Studebaker h o n o r w as as sure
Chas. Cladek and wife visited in
as • U n ited S tates bank note, f !e was talking a fte r having used
lint It was Just nt the closo of the Salem Sunday.
S tu d e b a k e r vehicles since h e w u a fad. and ho told m e his father
day that disaster caiue. They had
b efo re Kim maid. 'B e aafe— get a Studebaker.""
lingered as long ns they dared, nud
" \ ’chide b u ild e rs can t hold that sort of reputation now-a-
John Porter of near Aumsville was
then when they started back to the
dav s without delivering the goods. A Studebaker wagon has the
station the feverish hurry of tnexperl- in town Tueseay.
best in it. That's why a ru n gets the mail out of it—why it’s
enced travelers selxed them.
in tlie line o! 1 )RESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS
alw ay s a n econom y."
"D ealers may nay to you something else is ‘just as good.* But
A carriage with a party of gentlemen
John Zuber showed his smiling face
POILTLA ND PRICES A N
w h e n you buy c Studebaker, you’re making a cafe investment
turned down a crossroad Just as they in Stayton Sunday.
e v e ry tim e."
i approached the station, but the gen
See our D ealer or write us.
eral, Intent only on the train that was
Walter Heater and wife were in from
drawing up to the platform, saw noth-
South Bend, !nd.
N e w YORK
wns a warning cry, a shout to the
; horses, a groan.
J. P. Wilbur and wife were in Port
"Oh. he's killed, he's killed, and now land a few days ago.
_ 1 can't never tnke him back!” sobbed
A. D. Gardner lost a valuable horse
But the general «-as not dead. One the first of the week.
of the gentlemen, a physician, s]>ecdily
assured himself of that.
T. L. Sanders and family spent over
“1 do not believe he Is dangerously
hurt." he said after a swift examina
tion, "but there Is a fractured bone In
John Henkel and family have moved
the leg. nnd with that nnd the wound
til his head he ought not to be moved into their new home near Kingston.
1 WE WILL. PAY THE HIGHEST M ARKET PRICE if he can be cared for near by. Where
W. F. Klecker and Wendell Freres
)R YOUR WOOL. YOUR OW N W OOL MADE does
All eyes turned upon Miriam, nnd went to Portland on business Tuesday.
the simple story of where they belong
? INTO_ B A T T S OR GOODS IF W ANTED.
ed nnd how they had won their day’s
Geo. Davie's barber shop is being
,4 7 .'.
pleasure «'as tohl between pitiful
to a fresh coat of paint this
catchiugs of her breath as she tried to
restrain her tears.
The station keeper suggested that
The I. O. O. F. and Kebekah dele-
the people nt the farm near the grove
had a comfortable house and had plen gites are home from the convention at
ty of room and might be willing to Medford.
" core for the Invulld until he should be
able to travel.
Miss Fairy Brower of West Stayton
“We «-111 see that they are well paid was visiting at the Clyde Rucker home
for it," snid the leader of the party,
* GOOD PLACE 10 TRADE
who Instructed the volunteer messen 1 ist week.
ger. and word «-as soon sent that the
Contractor & Builder
Recently we have sold John Deere
The Spaulding log drive is expected
mistress of the house was willing If
to arrive in Stayton the latter part of buggies to Peter Etzel amt P. A. Mun-
Miriam would stay to nsslst her.
So the general wns gently removed this week.
| ro, a mail carrier of Sublimity nnd Bond furnished to cover all coat
to n pretty, roomy chamber, bis
wounds dressed, and he began to mend - Mabel Moses returned from Corvallis John Deere Low Dow Manure .Spread-
and insure]a first class guaranteed
from the first day.
where she had been visiting, the first era to Adam Schleis of Lmn county and
The doctor made regular visits, nnd
to Henry Miller of Sublimity, both
the gentleman whom the others ad of the week.
wide-awake farmers. —Doidrich's Hard
If you are offered a so called $1.00 article for
fJ tL dressed as "governor” came occasion
ware and Machinery Store.
See me and let me figure on your
Robt. Benham ami a crew of men
ally anil meanwhile nsed that intangi
.50, either one of two things are possible, the
ble tmt powerful thing called Influence are working on the West Stayton ir
work, I can save you money.
article is a 50 cent one or the merchant is los-
to set certain forces at work In Wash rigation ditch.
inf? money. O n e cannot continually lose
M k ington. The long delayed papers were
speedily found nnd attended to, nnd
money and do business.
T one dny, when the general had nearly
paint all over the front of the Stayton
The Mazamaa, a society of mountain- G. F. KORINEK, V. S„ B. V. Sc.
recovered, the governor brought out a
uers of Portland, are among the best
V eterin arian
‘‘Here’s your pension, my friend—
boosters the state has. They are con
Jos. Hamman and his crew of men stantly exploring some interesting re Treat* all domestic animals, also
$12 a month while you live nnd the neat
applies the Tuberculin test.
little suin of $1,100 for nrrears.”
finished logging for O. M. Baker at
Quick Sales and Small Profits” Is Our Slogan.
gion and telling about the attractions
“ ’Levon hundred dollars in a lump. Kingston Monday.
Mil'll m, nnd $12 every month as long
for the traveler. They are all apostles
Office at S ta yto n Stablea
ns I live!’’ murmured the general.
Tom Smith is at the Breitenbush Hot of the "See Oregon First" movement
STAYTON . . . .
“I’ll never go bnck to the poor farm,
erecting camps for the influx amj , heir healthful outdoor activities
an' If I can Just find some place to
of summer visitors.
might well be imitated by many of our j
live, kinder like this”—
people. This week tho Mazamaa ere j
“You* can stay right on In these
Mrs. Martin Berg and children re- visiting the Josephine County caves. |
rooms that you like so well,” said the
m d s e .
farmer's wife, kind hearted, but wily turned Friday from Shaw where she The C,ranis Pass Commercial Club is .
also—"that Is, If your daughter «’111 had been visiting for a week.
aiding to make the trip pleasant.
Architect & Designer
live here, too, nnd help with the work.
She can earn her own keep, nnd I'll
Business Blocks and Bungalows.
The Yeoman Lodge will hold Memor- )
pay her fair wages besides.”
ial services in the I. O. O. Hall on Sun
Miriam had been c n l l e d his daugh
ter ninny times during his Illness, but day June 15. Program next week.
Wilbur N. Fintier, D .M .D .
now that he might possibly have
Enroule to Portland’s Rose Festival,
Mrs. M. E. Bruce passed through
something to bequeath her the word
June 9-14, the Royal Oaks, of Oakland,
D E N T IS T
The Battleship Oregon will not be used caught the old man's fancy, nnd by Stayton Sunday enroute to Wilhoit
Cal., will visit many cities of the state
Office over Deidrich’s Store
as a target by the Navy Department if the aid of his friend, the governor, Springs, where she will spend the sum
Miriam «-as legally adopted. — Itnth mer.
on their way north, making their first
Stavton, Ore this state can help it. Resolutions1 Cady In Forwnrd.
stop at Ashland. As the Oaks will
strongly protesting against this action |
John Crabtree of Coon Hallow sold travel by special train, they will bo a-
have been adopted by many organiza
a fine load of hogs to the Stayton Pro
ble to stop as oftenas seems desirable
duce Co. Tuesday.
tions and a petition, as long as the
and will bring a message of good fel
famous battleship itself, has been sign- |
lowship to their northern neighbors.
Geo. Davie, Jos. Fisher, W m . Nen-
ed and forwarded to President Wilson
del and Frank Carter were fishing on
by school children asking that the Ore-1
Thomas Creek last Sunday.
gon lead the naval parade through the
RETURN EAST ON VISIT
Ernest Denney and Jack Phillips of
Andrew Lambrecht and daughter
Coon Hollow and Andy Cornish and
Mrs. Clyde Rucker was a Salem visit
(Continued from Page 1)
John Reiger of Stayton went to Silver Miss Opal Lambrerht.nnd Peter Freres
Creek Falla on a Cubing trip Monday.
Htartcd for the East this weak. Mr. Highest Market Price Paid Fo r Fat Stock
The spot of mimlnatlng emotions,
Lambrecht and daughter will revisit
Miss Eiva Montgomery visited rela- however. Is not the dreadful field of
T h era la m ore C a ta rrh In th is section of their old home in Topeka, Kansas.
I tives in l,inn county Sunday.
ctirnnge, hut the peaceful, beautiful, the
c o u n try th a n nil o th e r dloeaaca p u t
national cemetery where lie,
together, a n d u n til th o la st few year* They have ueen in the West for fifteen
supposed to he tn eurable. F o r a g re a t
Under tlie sod and the d e w ,
Leotn Smallman of Portland is here !
m any y e a rs do cto rs p ro n o u n c e d it a local years anil will find considerable change
FRESH and BALT MEATS
W aiting th e J u d g m e n t d a y ,
disease nnd p re scrib e d local rem edies, and in their former home.
visiting at the W. E. Thomas home.
They will be
the thousands of brave men, named I by c o n sta n tly fa llin g to euro w ith local
Pure Lard at All Times
trea tm e n t, pronounced It Incurable. Sci gone a month or six weeks.
A he latest and up-to-date
nnd nameless. On this spot, within ence
John Amort and wife of Shaw spent
Mr. Freres will stop in Sioux City, Highest Market Price Paid For
tu tio n al disease, a n d th e re fo re r c q u l r s
I'notoyrraphy will be found in my the week-end with relatives in Stavton.; (he great semicircle of grnves, Lincoln con
stitu tio n al tre a tm e n t. H a ll’s C s ta rrh
Iowa, where he has a daughter living.
pronounced that most wonderful of Cure,
m a n u fa c tu re d b y F . J. C heney Sc
NEW S T U D I O in the Mathieu
orations, simple, brief, eloquent, clas Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is th e only C onstitu His trip will probably be extended to
M iss Nettie Linsday who has been sic, heart moving- thnt oration that te rn a lly In doses from 10 drops to a te a three or four months.
building on S e c o n d Street. working
at the Cottage Hotel, left the will live as long as the English lan spoonful. I t a r t s d ire c tly on th e blood
m ucom s u rfa c e s o f th e sy s’rm . T hey
guage Is spoken nnd whose closing, and
first o; the week.
UTer one h undred d o lla rs fo r c a y ease It
CALL AND SEE DISPLAY
The "Braau Collars” of the Southern
words are engraved on the great na fills to euro. Bend fo r c irc u la rs a n d tes
. . .
Pacific went over the Corvallis nnd .Stayton
Miss K ate Shi lley expects to go to,
Addrens: F. J. CIIFV nY A CO., Toledo, O. Eastern on a tour of Inspection Tues
where It was delivered.
Bold by Hmirtrlsts, 7'e.
Albany Saturday t o attend summer
Dr. M iles' A n ti-P a in Pilla for rheum atism .
day of this week.
T aka B a il's Fam ily Pills for soastlpaU oa.
Y ou \ V an t
* Som etl lin g D iffe r e n t
“ That's the sixth Stud "baker we've
passed—the only hind to invest in ''
8 THERE A iRE BETTER
CLASSES OF GOODS
WE WI LL GET YOU ANY- J
THIi TO YOU WANT.
1 OUR SI ( KK OF BULK SEEDS |
1 Is sellin g out fast. Order g
befc •re it is all gone.
* Highestnu irket prices paid for wool <*-
Fresh Vegetables in Season
BRING YOUR WOOL to the WOOLEN MILLS
S a n tia m
W o ° len
THOM/ IS-M AYO CO.
THE MERCHANT W H O MISREPRE-
SENTS V ALU E !N HIS ADVERTISING
WINS NO PERM ANENT CUSTOMERS.
JE A G U E
Our Merchandise is Always Reliable
Almost Everything to Eat and Wear at
W . A. W E D D L E
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
GETTYSBURG 5 0
Fresh, bait & Cured Meats
Lard & Creamery Butler.
Stayton Butcher Shop
W . A. RIGGS
G. A. PRATT