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You R u n Y o u r B u s in e s s
A b o u t Y o u r H o m e
STAYTON STATE BANK *
EUREKA FLOURING MILLS
• I Ktaylun, In the titani ill orvgun, at the
i U m * III bll-IlK-as. 1), c.. Sill, 1914.
M A N U F A C T U R E R S O F FLOU R A N D FEED
tt Kami unit«
LomiN mid dlKounii ,
1 71,1*1 11»
GEORGE SPANICL, Proprietor
Overdrafts, «enured aud unsecured .
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HolUl« itfl'J tr nr rants
M m lik iiiK hoi»»»»».
h ¿álti UU
Kurtiitiiiu mill fixture*__
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Diif from bank« 1 not rv*. v»* itinik»;
B R A N D S
M um Item approved njw.rvi'
(Continue I from last week)
' luw.k* And 4»ll»»;r i m H It*in«...
i .ou» w
r»«h on h»tt(),
; pi \ so
When be bad gone abe again resum
ed her twilight reveries
Give our new flour a trial.
Every sack guaranteed.
"Mina D oiyT
Rbe started and. turning, aaw the
T u TAV...............
fi té PA Z’ i
figure of a lad <«> like the youth of the
Capital Sloan paid In
1 ¿¿.UU' 00 long ago that there was a momentary
1 ft-' M stirring In her heart like |>aln.
»UbJt-'Ct tu dhvuk S3 «»It IJt
"Don't yon remember me Laurie
Li du <•«*»$; Hi iiU.*« of d< pu»M, ,
41 UH 17 1 Knox?"
L ia LIIMI l « oth< r than IL om ulxn t stated
He waa Jed1» young ue|>bcw. who
Q L A IN
A M HAM M ER'
T otal . . . . ....................... $15» :t7 25 had been lined tie n child to *|«Mid tils
summer vacation« with his unde
VUta ul liri-son
ooiit) ni Marlou j
‘‘ Little Ijiiirle:
1« W. KHiliaiftitoi«, f n-hUT ol the above uaiued 1 "I ho|ie mi." he replied, taking her
uni»», Oft mj I ’Mtuiy km»! thaï tî»i ul»uve siati • hand "I came today for a visit after
ui- ut -¡'» tu t id
oí tuf kudu!«<!*♦' arid
•*1> L 8, bill», bill!— nothing but bill»!” frequently ii the complaint of la* Livi.
all thes*. years. We Just heard o f the
L J the head of the family. No mmi would think of running hi» bti*i
W. Hi« N AMI** >, CliLilvf ' fire, and Uncle Jed naked me to come
neri WITHOUT A CHECK BOOK. How about YOUR home T ri i* • i*. •! .»ii-; »Wbru lo iH-lm« ii tbls * II, and see you and a*k If there was any
da/ ut da»*. IHM,
thing we could do to help you Won t
l i e running of the home today ii a EVSINEPS PROPOSITION.
!\ II. ita LT/i.i »
you anil your father root* over to Un
cle Jed’s and stay. Just for the itigiu
j ‘ * h .> a M im a
Mad It been so Jong. then. Ula strug
gles? She pondered sadly. It hurt
• In rev tur»
her that be could not come hlaiself,
but must send another. She thanked
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the boy kindly, but declined tbe Invi
tation After talking a few moments
of old times she bade him go to ths
Farmers and Merchants Bank
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ham and see her father.
at 8 lay ion, in tb* elate of Oregon, at the close
"You bad better come, too.” be plead STATE OF OREGON FOR MARION
of bURlneM Dec. 31, 1MU
ed. "1 don't believe it’s Juat good for COUNTY.
Bath Tubs, Lavatories and
Department No. 2.
l/oaru and diocouiit*
1 AV.333 UÜ you to stay here." •
A share of the banking business
Mandelia C. Benson, Plaintiff, vs.
She smiled at his boyish wisdom.
Overdraft* secured and uuaccured.
"Just a few moments more. Laurie, Mary E. Schell, Lousia J. Smith, Har
liond« and warranta
of Stayton and vicinity
ers-We carry a line of
3.0*9 22 and then I'll Join you and father.”
riet E. Baldwin, Jerome Mulkey and
pumps, leader water sys
Furniture and fixture».......# ..,
It was very quiet. A lone bird call
Liue Iroin banks mol reserve bai.k.l
4JU X tlh ed. Sbe felt solitary and outlawed. A C. C. Mulkev. Defendants.
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
To Mary E. Schell, Lousia J. Smith
Due from approved reserve bank».. 17,912 V.
third time she was Interrupted. There
and Jerome Mulkey, defendants, IN
Check» and other cash Hem* ..
Ca»b on hand........
«1.234 :* was no mistaking the man. Jed. strong THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
and straight, his slimness softened,
You arc assured oi a safe deposi
Torsi............................. 1110,37» 1» but showing In the lines of bis face, OREGON you are hereby required to
appear and answer a complaint filed
tory and courteous treatment at
esme straight op to her.
L u i u n a*.
Capital »lock paid in.................
» x.juoo ou
"Doxy. 1 thought they would never against you in the above entitled court
this bank, by ample capital and
MU 00 go. As soon ns I sent tbe lad 1 knew I and cause, on or before the 7th day o f
'..Ski k¿ must come myself. I took a short cut, January, 1915, said date being six (6)
long experience in the banking
le»» i'XK‘ ii»u and taxes paid
but tbe 0|>|>er man was ahead o f me, weeks from the date ordered for the
L’ohtal «aving* bank deposits ..
first publication o f this summons, to-
Dei*»its due State Treasurer
hJMO 00 nnd then. Laurie.’’
individual deposits subject to check Ot.lM Ht
wit: November 26th, 1914 and if you
lu maud certificates of deposit
Her voice was curiously subdued.
fail so to appear and answer said com
Time certificates of deposit............. 25,69» 36
TH OM AS,
"Doxy, I am bere at last I bare
plaint, plaintiff will apply to the court
T otal .........................
»IIU.I7» IS punished myself all these years, which ' for the relief demanded in said com
have not meant much to you. for yon ;
State ol Oregon (
are as young and ss fair as ths 1 plaint, namely, for a decree for the |
County oi Marioni
partitioning o f the following described
],* L. 8Tt£W A K T , Cash 1er oí the above named night"—
bank, Jo »oJemuly swear that tbe above state-
"The night you said you should nev- | lands, tc-wit: Beginning at a point on
taeul is true to the best of ujr knowletlge and er cross our threshold."
the north boundary line o f the Donation
0. !.. Me»art. Cashier.
"Doxy.” be cried, seizing her band ; Land Claim o f David Mulkey and wife
#bab*€(ibt’it and «worn to before me this 7th
passionately. ” 1 have suffered for It in Township 9, South range 1, East ot
day of Jail., lViô.
Be good to me."
« Alllitÿ RICH Alt MON
t h e Willamette Meridian in Marion
"W hy did you come tonight. Jed?" County, State o f Oregon, said point
she asked quietly, but wltb beating ; being north 84 deg. 23 min. east 13.86 Highest Market Price Paid For Fat Stock
chains from the most westerly north- ------
L. 6. U s u i »
"W hy? Because everything brought j
roe. I couldn’t keep a way.”
"You came," she said, turning proud ■ the most northerly north-east corner of
ly sway, "because you knew that at a tract o f land owned by E. D. Alexan-
Inst you could come aDd still keep J dc-r, as shown o f record in Volume 104
your oath, because you knew tbe bouse ! at page 368 o f Records o f Deeds for
Contractors & Builders
j Marion County Oregon, running thence
"No.” be said, wltb a long breath. j north 84 deg. 32 min. east 14.16 chains
F'or the Town o t Stayton, Quarter
Dwelling houses a specialty
"You don't moan that, and you don't more or less to a point within 11.88
Ending Dec. 31, 1914.
Let us figure on your build
chains o f the south-east corner o f the
She felt his strong arms about ber.
Balance on hand O ct.l, 1914 «258.61 She wns lifted and carried orer the James Valentine claim, thence north 8
We can save you money
96.26 smoking ashes nnd bricks to tbe place deg. 30 min. east 27.70 chains to the !
center o f the county road leading from
A good job gauranteed
353.8? where tbe doorstep had been. He held Mehama to Stayton, thence easterly
P. 0. Box 198
right band grasped a blackened beam. following the center line o f said road
In a moment he was standing on the to the north-west comer o f a 50-acre
353.87 charred threshold, pressing ber to him | tract o f land owned by C. C. Mulkey as
"H ere," be said with forced light ! 428 o f Records o f Deeds for Marion
Balance on hand O ct.l, 1914 $871.56
ness, “ I lay my pride at your feet | County, Oregon, thence south 6 deg.
370.35 Now, Doxy, won't you say something?"
j west 43.65 chains t o the south-west
“ Never mind the ten years now, Jed.
|corner o f said 50-acre tract thence
182.36 They are gone—like the house.”
south 86 deg. 39 min. west 8.10 chains
Balance water fund
right bere, nnd Sol shall put on nnd in more or less to the north-west corner
1241.91 all those things you told him to leave of a 100-acre tract owned by C. W.
.V I C T & ,
I Steward as shown o f record in Volume
Total amount on hand
“ I say.” cried the voice of Laurie 98 at page 4% o f the Records o f Deeds
$143.27 from a distance, “ Uncle Seth Just for Marion County, Oregon, thence
found a ten dollar bill in the old die- south 3 deg. ¿1 mm. cast 14.98 chains,
Balance water fund
tlonary. He says he'll bet It's the one to the most easterly north-east corner
916.28 he lost ten years ago!-
o f the aforesaid Alexander tract,thence
Deposited as Follows
! south 86 deg. 39 min.west 10.41 chains,
Stayton State Bank
American Place Names.
! thence north 3 deg. 21 min. west 31.38
I f the movement for the American chains to the place o f beginning, con
Farmers & Merchants Bank
ization o f American place names com
taining 82 acres o f land more or less
parable with the movement which In
Russia has changed the name of St situated in Marion County, State o f
Treasurer For the Town o f Stayton Petersburg to Petrograd ever gets Oregon.
C. A. Luthy.
started tu tbe United States It will j According to the respective rights o f
make awful havoc with the map. Bos the parties plaintiff and defendants, or
ton will be ShawmuL Portland will be if a partition can not be had without
Ptscataqua, Long island will be Pau material injury to those rights then for
mnnok, and so on around the country. 1 a sale o f the said premises and division
Y e llo w ja c k .
No doubt names with a real local rea j o f the proceeds between the parties
Not only I« yellowjack a popular term son In them, like Philadelphia. Pitts
according to their rights ami for plaint-
In some pin« <-s for molasses enndy, but burgh. Providence. Cincinnati. Detroit
A N D A L L TH E F A M IL Y
It 1.« a common nickname am ong s«‘a- Indianapolis nnd San Francisco will lie iff’s coals r.nd disbursments and such
and a half million readers find it of
nien for the ilrended ye'Jow fever. retained, but New York. Boston. New | other or further relief as to this court
absorbing interest Everything in It is
Probably the phrase originated In the Orlenhs, Richmond nnd Cleveland will ! shall seem meet with principles o f equi-
Written So You Can Understand It
us«> o f tin* Jellow Jm*fc or Hag by naval have to go Tbe names of Chicago,
We sell 400.000 copies every month without
e, ssels In quarantine to Indiente con
Milwaukee. Buffalo and Oshkosh al
You are hereby further notified that
Riving premiums and have no solicitors. Any
newsdealer will show you a copy; or write the
tnglous disease n'oonnl.
ready loom magnificently for their I this summons is ordered to be served
publisher for free sample — a postal will do.
OVER as YEARS'
sturdy Americanism.—New York Mali on you by publication thereof in the
S i.s o A Y e a r
is c A c o p y
T a k e n L ite r a lly .
Stayton Mail, a newspaper o f general
"Are you saving up something for a
circulation, printed and published i n Popular M e ch a n ics Magazine
C ondan sed L angu age.
6 No. Michigan Avo., CHICAGO
“ Samoa bus an ideal language, nnd Stayton, Marion County, State o f Ore
"N o." repll«Ml Farmer Corntossol.
there it was I got my Inspiration.” gon, namely from the 26th day o f No
“ What we're troubled with out this
way Is an annual drought. If we had says Oelott Burgess In “ Burgess Un vember 1914 to the 7th day o f January
Hens heavy 10,
more rnlny days everybody would save abridged.” “Can't we make English as 1915 pursuant to the order o f Honor
T rade M arks
subtle ns Samoan? I wondered. There
D e s ig n s
money." Washington Star.
Broilers 1J to 3
able William Galloway, Judge o f said
C o p y r ig h t s A c .
they hare a single word, meaning,
Anrnn* «ending a «ketch end dtMTlptlon mn?
court, made on the 24th day o f Novem
etllcklT ascertain o«P opinion free whether an
Right in the Fa m ily.
O R E G O N a n d W A S H IN G T O N
Walter L. Spalding
ivruttnn 1« probably pmentable. Com mimics•
mu« «t rlctlf confidential. MlNOBOOt « . Pnt enta
" A r e von family friends o f the Wom
«••nt. free. Oldest aaencjr for eerurlnir potei in .
Attorney for plaintiff.
an.' Another beautiful word describes
r limit« taken tnrouiKh Munn A Co. recelvt
Duckr,Indian Runners 8, Pekin 9 2
•I».roll n otice without obarge. In thu
"I presume I might say so. They •A-mnn-who-clImbs-out-on-the-llmbs-of-
A D irectory o f each City, Town and
T u r k e y s ................... _ . . i ........... U j don't hesitate to quarrel with me.” — bls - own - breadfruit - tree-to-stenl - the
V illa*«, giving descriptive sketch o f
breadfruit • o f - bis • neighbor.’ 'Sulla*
Dressed T u rk eys___ _________18 ♦ Louisville Courier-Journal-
each place, location, population, tele
V h*»nd«omeff Illu«tpatc1 week!?. f .invest c»i
graph. «hipping and banking point;
l it ion o f any «otonliiln Journal. Term », I i i.
Veal Fancy lu i.
ir ; four m onth«, $1. bold by all new «deni.
also Classified Directory, com piled by
business and profession.
Artiiut.il turquoise Is ma«le In Ku- word expresses a familiar situation,
Live Hogs, Choice .
R . I - POLK a CO.. 8 R A T T L *
Live Hugs,Heavy Rough
5.50 ^ ro|H> by soaking Ivory which shows no-
gettlng-glfts ’ Have we anything In
38 f grain In n saturated notation o f am- English ns charmingly tactful ns this? pass. 60 h.p. Thomas, good as new,
mnnlnrnl copper oxide nntil the de-
Corrected Thursdays hut subject t slm l shade 1« renclxxl.
No, oar tongue Is almost as crude as I just overhauled except tires and paint,
to change without notiee.
pidgin English Itself, where piano Is I will remodel into truck if wanted.
Iwn with UT,
| Call m and see it. C. E. Brown.
H t M M t M S t M S M S S S S S SS « «
Big bundle for 10c at the Mail office.
MUSS’ L a SSU ya 'i'ablkta.
Remodeled and Ready for Busines
“ Eureka” and “ Cooks Delight”
PURITY, STRENGTH AND WHITENESS
v/E N c V l R ulMrFuliu
E V E R Y T H IN G
AY C M
MAIM AND BOY
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
Fresh, bait & Cured Meats
Farmers & Merchants
dank of Stayton. Oregon
Lard & Creamery Butter.
Lulay Bros. & Co.
Letter H eads
Anything you w ant
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