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W h at Could
S h e D o?
By LOUISE B. CUMMINGS
By HARRY VAN AMBERG
H. A. BEAUCHAMP,M.D.
Ptiyslilan m l Surgttn
J- H. Gliuut Prop.
Tin* ii'O of tli« poisoned needle la not
“ Yes. papa.”
new. In the early part of Ilia •even
‘‘I have som ething to soy to you. My
Board by Day or Week
in' n th century n man nam ed Tebaldo frlemi John Truesdal« la coming up
In Venice Invcntvd an Instrum ent In from tho <-|ty to *i*.*nd some tim e with
I lit; form of a key from w hich lie shot uie. t wish to w arn you a g a ^ s t play
a tiny neodlo Into tli« Jl«**<li of ou« he ing any of your pranks on him.’*
wished to hill.
"W hy, pnpn! W hat can you mean?”
)n Home during tin« |s-rlod when th e
“Mean! You little minx, you know
•iso of poisons w as uti a r t in Italy there very well w hat 1 mean. Every man
ot urn-d ii -liiiHar cose to tlp it of this who cornea Into this house you send
Vi 11 ii. hi . o n e lyirenxo l^u-heso went away all muddled up. I urn very fond
from I'loreie «.* lo It out«, tak in g w ith of Trueadnle. He server! in the regi
CMitractws & Builders
him a more inlnulu knowledge o f pol- ment I commanded In the Hpanlsb w ar,
i . oik un>I jHiisoii inetbods th a n existed
and 1 don’t wish anything to come be
any w here except in tho city on the tween him and me to cause restraint.
Dwelling houses a specialty
Arno. T here w as som ething uncanny If you go for him he'll keep aw ay from
Let us figure on your build
about him th a t soon turned th e Ho hero forever after."
mans ag ain st him. A certain yeunr;
"If Mr. Truesdale Is a friend of
TOP to ooniider what a GOOD BANK ACCOUNT INSURES. The lady, lllnnca Itanzlne, A ttracted the ut- yours, how can he"—
tenlioii of lire si ranger, mid he w as oh-
A good job gauranteed
"Nonsense! in the first place, he’s
busineti man can employ the test help am? insure SERVICE. Do« erved to ca st longing eyes U| m > ii her.
prcision may come in hit line, hut hit biff CASH ON HAND meant ltut ail« was IsUnirhcd to n Hold« Vene ten years younger than I; In th e sec
P. O. Box 228
If lie were ten year* older It would
SECURITY. The fine line of credit , may be drawn tiffht, but none will tian. Itlcordo Mantel, nud tt wus us- ond.
not make any difference to you. Now,
question hit STABILITY. Give your buunes* SERVICE, SECURITY I -lined th a t I.IC liese's love was bope- go. You understand whnt 1 require;
Hut one day hignorliia Itunzlue's behave yourself."
or. > STABILITY with your bank depotitt.
lo ier a fte r tmvtng mingled w ith a
"How do you wish me to tre a t Mr.
crowd w itnessing a race on th e Cor so Truesdale?"
wus M-l/.cd w ith a sluirti pain and died
"I>et him alone.”
wit kin a few hours. It w as supposed
"All right, pup:«. I'll do Just as you
ho died of h eart discus«*.
Not long a fte r th is Ipu-hese propose«!
Mr. Truesdale appeared, or. rather,
to Hlguor Itanzlm* for the Imud of bla Captain Truesdale, for be bad com
daughter. T he application w as declln- manded a company In Colonel Board-
ed <ui th«« g ro u m k tb at th e bnly's heart m an's regim ent in Cuba and had dis ] | H ens h eavy__________ -
was burled w ith th e lover she hnd lost tinguished him self for gallantry. B e
S prings.............................. 10 to 12
and she would never m arry. Lucbesc was tblrty-tw o years old and a fine
Mil«l th a t he would not give up hojie man; hence the w arning th e colonel
I R oosters....................................
nud t<M>h every m eans to ingratiate had given Gwen. A few days afte r
Mixed C hickens________
him self w ith rilgiMtrinu Itauzine. But his arrival a second Interview occurred
i G eese.................
r.he took n dislike to him and would between fath er and daughter.
Ducks,Indian K unnerslO.Pekin 12
have nothing to do w ith him.
A share of the btnkipg business
“G wen,” said th e fa th e r sternly, "I
T u rk ey s...........................................
A fter nw hile tin* young lady m et a thought 1 told you to do nothing to
of Stay ten <»nd vicinity
m an unnied Francesco Demetrlo, a gqt T ruesdale balled up."
i Dressed T u rk e y s ..........................
handsom e and in otln*r w ays a ch arm
Veal Fancy 10,
O rdinary 9 '<
"F or heaven's sake, papa, w h at have
ing man, who fell desperately In love I done?"
P o r k ................. 1...............
with he.- nud w on-lfcr from her In
Live Hugs, Choice______
"Done? You have done a lot. One
rears • oor
They lN»«-amo en can often work more m ischief by doing
Live Hogs, H eavy Rough
gaged. au«l Btnucn'a friends rejoiced nothing th an doing a g reat deal."
E g g s..............................
You arc assured of a safe deposi
th a t the heart of on«* so young wool«!
"P liln 't you tell me to leave Captain
Corrected Thursdays b ut su b ject
not ufti-r all tie tiuritsl. Demetrlo had Trues«lnle alone?"
tory and courteous treatment at
hear«I som ething from Florence nboui
to change w ithout notice.
“I did. and you have left him so se
Luclu*;e th a t imt him on Ills guard verely alone already th a t I cau see
this bank, by ample capital and
against th e mail.
he Is piqued. W hat I wish you to do
Every on«* knew th a t Locbeeo hail cast is to trea t him Ju st as you would tre a t
long experience in the banking
SHERRIFFS SALE OF REAL PROPERTY
longing eves oil Hlam-n Uanziiic before any guest o f mine.”
the death of her betrothed and th a t
ON E i J a i l s 1 RE
he had proposed for her hand soon
In spite o f th e obedient tone In wbicb
afte r tils dentil. Moreover, la.lsoulng the words w ere s|ioken Colonel Board-
being much in vogue a t th a t time, man looked a t his d au g h ter w ith m is
NOTICE IS H ER EB Y G IVEN, T hat
tli.-re w ere those who b lleved that giving ns sbe meekly left th e room.
by virtue of an execution duly issued
Itlcordo M antel hud not died of heart
A nother b rief period passed, an d the
(lb istac. but ha«) been secretly |>oisoned. colouel again th o u g h t tt necessary to out of the C ircuit C ourt of the S ta te of
Demetrlo u tte r bearing th e rejtorts speak to bis d au g h ter ab o u t her tre a t Oregon, for th e County of Marion and
frojn H oren e nbont Lilchesc strongly m ent of his friend.
to me directed on th e 4th day of May,
sit Tss-tisi not* only th a t Mantel bad
1914 upon a ju d g em en t and decree duly
be«-n |>olsoiied, but tlint Ditches« had which her nam e w as spoken th a t more rendered, entered of record and dock
I mhui the poisoner.
fault was to be found w ith her and eted in and by said C ourt on th e 17th
However, lie* kept his own counsel bowed to w hat w as coming.
day o f April, 1914 in a certain su it then
and a t the a me tim e a strict w atch on
“ 1 can’t understand," th e colonel re
Tan In se. If Dcibctrlo w as In any r«»otn sumed a fte r a pause, "w hy yon can 't . in said C ourt pending, w herein - E lisa
w here I.uchese w as present he would treat friends o f mine who come Into beth P . Ryan was plaintiff and D. H.
Immediately leave. On several occa this house more naturally. I asked yon W eyant and M ary J . W eyant, hia wife,
sion« lie mu !>ml th a t th e Florentine to let Captain T ruesdale alone, and J . O. Beardsley and Mrs. E. L. Beards-
tiled to get near Mm. b u t be had a l you let him ao severely alone th a t j lev, hia w ife, Louis Lachmund, Robin
w ays-prevented his ilolng so by mov your treatm en t of him a ttra c te d his D. Day and Salem Bank St T ru st Com
ing aw ay, o tic day D efietrio w as talk attention. Then I asked you to be
pany, a corporation, w ere defendants
ing w ith a friend on a street on a fete more cordial to him. and yon m ust
«lay when n procession of the church needs tie too cordial. D on't you know in favor o f plaintiff and ag ain st said
defendants by which execution I am
was pasxlrtg and suddenly felt a sharp
th a t's the way to get a man In love commanded to sell th e property in said
M A N U F A C T U R E R S O F FL O U R A N D FEED
pain In Ills arm . Turning, lie saw I.U- with you?”
execution and h ere in afte r described to
t hese ixisliiiig his w ay from him
GEORGE 8PANIOL, Proprietor
“You don't mean it! Isn 't th a t fu n
pay the sum due the plaintiff of, F IR ST ,
am ong the crowd.
‘•Seize th a t man!” D em etrlo said to
the sum o i F ifteen Hundred 0ft-100
Ills friend. 'H e has punctured my arm
($1500.00) Dollars w ith in te re st th e re
anil doubtless polsoic d me.”
on a t the ra te of 8‘fc p er annum , from
Tho friend gave ch ase an d caught
B R A N D S
the 8th day o f May, 1912) until paid to
I.ii'-ln «*. As soon ns he laid hands on papn':"
eth er w ith th e costs and expenses of
him lit» felt n »harp pain in his baud.
There happened to !>e a doctor In the confound It. I have a mind to send you sale of said property, SECOND, it is
fu rth e r ordered, aujudged and decreed
,-owd, who, ¡«‘tim ing w h at hnd oc-
“Shall I packT*
Give our new flour a trial.
Every sack guaranteed.
by the Court th a t in the sale of said
> urretl. aslceil Demetrlo to »how him
The «Hilonel thought a few moments prem ises, as aforesaid, any surplus
wher«> he had boon pricked. So small
before replying to th is la st question
was tho whitnd th a t It could scarcely
“ Yes." he said a t last, “you may pack. proceeds which may be realized from
l-e discovered, hut the doctor whipped
Go to your Aunt M argaret's till T rues such sale over and above the paym ent
out a lancet and cu t aw ay n piece of dale leaves here. Then you may come , of plaintiff’8 m ortage, in te rest and ex
the tb -.li. I»emetrlo's friend, having
hack. If I hnd any confidence In you. penses of sale shall be applied tow ards
turn«'«! I.ticliese over to nu officer, which I haven't. I w ouldn't object to
the paym ent of th e judgem ents of the
• -in,«' reeling back, and the dm’tor, Trttosdiile. Imt this mania of yours to
Notice of Hearing Final Account
learning th a t lie, t<»>, had is*eii prick- tiring every uian down for m ere s|iort defendants, Louis Lachmund, in the
««1, treat«-«! his hand ns Jjo hnd treated Is execrable, nn«l In the case of T rues sum ofO ne HundredElevenOO-lOO ($111.-
In the County Court i>f the Slut, of
00) Dollars, w ith in te re st a t th e rate
Oregon for Marion County.
dale I w on't have It. I'm extrem ely
T he doctor took ls>th pieces of flesh fond of him and will not perm it you of 6 ^ per annum from N ovem ber 18th,
In Ihe m a tte r o f tho K stnte of Caro
1910 until paid; and the defendant,
to Ids house, and on euttlng them Into to em liarrass our friendship.”
line Titze, deceased.
4 acres inside corporate lim its of • bits found In each a sm all needle not
Robin D. Day, in th e sum of Four
“ Yes. papa.''
Notice in hereby given Unit the final
S tayton only four blocks from business half an hu ll long. W hether there had
The same afternoon Gw en was pack Hundred E ighty S even & 50-100 ($487.-
arro u n tjo f Albert Titze ms adm inistrat-
section, well improved, all clear, no in lieen poison In eith er of them he could ed off to her m int’s. W hile she had 50) Dollars, w ith in te re st a t th e rate
or of the estate of Caroline Titze, *!«.*-
cum brances, good buildings and or not tell, b u t -the evidence w as strong beeu at home. Truesdal«, especially un of S*)t per annum from Ju n e la t, 1913,
ceased, has been filed in the Couiftv
enough against I.uchese to Insure his der his recent trea tm e n t by her, had until paid; and the d efen d an t T he Sa
chard. Price $1)500, term s.
Court of the S tatu of Oregon for Marion
conviction. lie w as searched ns soou been the life of th e house. He talked lem Bank A T ru st Co., in the sum of
County, and th a t the 1st clay of June.
;s arrested, but nothing iticrimluntiug over their cam paign w ith his host and
1914, a t the hour of 10 o’clock A. M. S tayton, a 1 I under cultivation, fine was found <ut him. Ills house was made no mention of any tim e of de O n e Hundred F ifty Seven A 13-100
has been duly appointed by sucl' - lr» larg e house mid o th e r buildings. A -enrolled, ilml In It w ere found a variety parture. But «is soon as Gwen had ($157.13) Dollars, w ith in te rest a t the
for the hearing of objection* to 'ill'll beautiful home for any one wishing to ■ f poisofis and n little tmx eontnlnlny gone lie became dull and listless. The ra te of 6*)t per annum from October
I W IL L ON
iii'erlb's sim ilar to those th n t had been colonel tried to enliven him w ith "n 25th, 1913, until paid.
final account and the settlem ent th< r■ - live in tow n. Price $3500, term s.
I i*t Into D em etrlo and his friend horn" once in awhile, but It did not SATURDAY TH E 6th DAY O F JU N E
of, a t which tim e any person in te rt -t-
HO core* all under cultivation 1J miles ;
cd in said e s ta te may appear and Ijle from Sublim ity. Oregon, macadam 1 In* Instrum ent w ith which lie had appear to do him any good. T he day 1914 AT T H E HOUR O F 11 O’CLOCK
hot the needle Into the flesh w as pt«-k- afte r G w en's departure he told Ills A.M. O F SA ID DAY a t the w est door
objections Ih errto in w riting and cm road, good fences, modern buildings, a
«1 n|i on the street near w here the ut- host that Ids presence w as needed in of the Countv Court House in Marion
te st the same. A lbert *Tit/.e, adm inis thoroughly up-to-date farm in every
lavlc hud been made. Tt w as simply the elty. The colonel protested, but County, Oregon, sell a t public auction
tra to r of the eatale of Caroline Tit/.e, way. Price $115 per acre, term s,
a small b rass tul>e w ith a spring in It, | yielded, sluce his guest had ceased to to the highest bidder for cash in hand
! lie companionable.
So they parted ! on the day of sale, all the rig h t, title,
200 acre stock farm . Ho acres under | which boiibl la* loosened by a pressure
| Then the colonel, who m ust have com
of tin* thumb.
in terest and eatate which said defend
cultivation; 100 acres more can be read- j
panionship. wrote his daughter;
D. H. W eyant and Mary J . W ey
ily cleared and cultivated, 1,000,000 feet ; T.m lies«* w as tried and executed.
GET YOUR SOLE FIXED
“You may come home—the tempta-
Demetrlo suffered b u t little from the
ant, and all persons claim ing under
of standing tim lier on place, running |
«■OV Is of tin* puncture, b u t his friend
John W a tte rs the Old Reliable ia w ater, good buildings and fences.
When Gwen drove up to the house them subsequent to th e d ate of the
was III a long while.
back a t bis old stand. Nuff Scd.
Price 945.00 per acre one-half dow n
The fact th a t Mantel hmt doubtless the colonel rau out to em brace her m ortgage herein foreclosed, in of arid
bah 8 y ra. 6vi
'v eil poisoned by the uian who w ish Who should get out of the carriage to said prem ises hereinbefore m ention
PLASTERER AND BRICKLAYER
Blun, a for him self w as kept from first Imt C aptain Truesdale. H e hand ed and described in said execution as
140 acres highly improved,««»*! build
follows, to-w it;
Indeed, she w as not Infortiu'd l'd o ut Gwen!
ings ami fences in Waldo Hills.
"W hat does this m ean?" asked the
Lota Eleven (11) and Twelve (12) in
Unit I.uchese lutd tried to poison her
I am prepared to d o a ll kinds of p la st j $65 00 p er acre, term s.
»«'•olid lover. A fter I.uchese’s execu colonel, bristling.
Block Numbered S ixteen (16) in R iver
“ It mentis." said Gwen, "th a t you
ering, c h im n e f laying or mason work
65 acre farm 4 mile from town and tion she nml Demetrlo were m arried,
side Addition to th e City of Salem,
at rig h t prices. J . K, O. Bird. Stay* I railroad, good bottom lard, modern end great Interest w as m anifested In wished me to let Captain Truesdale Marion County, Oregon, as shown by
i buildings, goiill 'in e c -, 30 acres under tli«' wedding, for every one ex«*ept the
treated him cordially. Yon sent me the recorded p la tt th ereo f on file in the
Price $T5.00 per- acre 4 bride I new th a t one lover hnd lieen aw ay mid he followed me. W hnt In office of the recorder of conveyances
m urdered and th e second had nearly
; down bal. a yra. 6 . . •
the world conk! I do? I suppose 1 for said Marion County, Oregon.
•net the sam e fate.
Trespass and H unting-
A b stracts .showing d e a r tifie and
Said sale being made su b ject to re
But It w as not to be expected th a t m ust m arry hint, for you’ll never tie
w arranty deeds will be, furnished ‘ free what w as common property could bo satisfied with anything else I do In the dem ption in the m anner provided by
N otices for sale at the Mail ' like.
with fy i li of tli4 nl oVe tracts.
law. Dated this 5th day of May, 1914.
kept from her always. Sin* learned In premise*."
"I think you lia«1." said the colonel.
- For w ith e r ipfosnraMon, » q u ire of Men* and In consti'qnenoi* alw ays drend-
¡8. H. Hfcltzel, De id rich Building, Stay-
Sheriff of Marion County, Oregon.
d th a t her husband might f ill a t tho ! "because he will probably not he satls-
I fled himself with anything else you do.”
bauds of some secret enemy.
By W. I. N eedham D eputy.
Biff bundle for 10c a t the Mail office. ton, Oregon.
C H. BREWER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
S ta y to n , O regon
Wilbur N . Flutter, D .M .D .
Lnlay Bros. & Co.
STAYTON STATE BANK
Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton. Oregon
C a p i t a l $ 2 5 ,0 0 0 . 0 0
EUREKA FLOURING MILLS!
Remodeled and Ready for Business
"Eureka” anil ’Cooks Delight”
FOR SALE CHEAP
Office O ver Stayton S tate Bank
S tayton, Or*
6. F . KORINEK, jV. S , B. V. Sc.
T re ats all domestic animala, also
appliea the Tuberculin test.
Otllcm at Stay f a Stable»
E N. TEAGUE
Contractor & Builder
Bond furnished to cover all cost
and insured first class guaranteed
See me and let me figure on your
work,and I save you
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
SE ST A K
T H O . M A S ,
Fresh, Salt & Cured Meats
Lard & Creamery Butter.
B A o l b i t * Prie. P «J F „ Fa Smt
S. H. HELTZEL
• NOTARY PUBLIC
Abstracts u d Prebate Werk a Special
Office O ver D etdrich’s H ardw are Sim
M . R I N G Ü
E m b a lm
Third and Marion Streets
Undertaker a n d
‘ SAMPLES RECEIVED
Suits $12 up.1
Game in and see them.
John Henkel, The Tailor
Bath Tubs, Lavatories and
all Sanitary fittings—Farm-
ers-W e carry a line of
pumps, leader water sys
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
V K A r .V
P atent i!
D em o n s
A n r e o . (M irtine a .k M r h m â
i |, i t c l l r u e f t a l a o n t o p in io n f t t e w iM S«*
■ e n U ta M lM . w ith o u t
T e rm i,
f t a
W & K S S B J« *