The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, November 16, 1916, Image 2

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U.res of $l,8lt4,444 and Fo r N e w Factories and M m y
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Enterprises H,. ploying Labor
S. P. Compary has spent in Oregon during the present, you n.i
new lines and equipment $1.01 .’)39; on old lines and equipment
$630,887 on stations, shops mid i n n Ihoiso- $29,069.
Nysaa, Nyssa-Arcadia drainage district contract let for $8.000
Tillamook, Chicago capitalist buys 2,000,000,000 ft. o f timber
in Washington and Tillamook counties for $1,000,000.
If
Ontario, Thirty mile extension of Riverside Branch planned by
O. W. R. & N. southwest of Ontario Junction.
O U ’RR not sorry for fophers and nionkeya with
their faces all swelled out -they m o built that way,
C kcts in their check s to hold stun till it’s feeding time.
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Warrenton, American Shipbuilding Co. secures contract from
Norwegian interests for schooners at $275,000 ach.
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you can't help L »IlnJ n »try l*»r a man with u hitf wiul ni ulti kind
of tobacco —ho isn't even i • • « »U’ i » timi. W -ll ( I I i’ fith to-
hacso — full of •fttUfuctiou j Lui* $ > c*, it wiffti stJtf, atnl it cut« out «o
much chewing ami «pitting
M.J. t r WEYMAN FRUT0N COM?ANT. 1 tW<* & !««•, N# w Yerk C\tj
Portland. Seid Back, Jr., a prominent Chinese o f this city in­
vents devise for automatically cleaning water f"om glass fronts of
w a i t of family has a b i f responsibility.
He not only mnst con­ vehicles.
serve the morals and education of his wife and loved ones, but he
Southern California farmers report that eight hour day cannot
must see to it that T H E Y S H ALL NOT W A N T . Is there a bet­ be applied to farm work.
ter way of helping his dear ones than by adding to his B A N K ACCOUNT !
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provide against sickness and misfortune. Every man of family
SHOULD H AVE A BANK ACCOUNT.
STAYTON STATE BANK
Pendleton, of the banks in the state having deposits of more
than a million dollars, the two Pendleton hanks and the First Na­
tional Bank o f Baker are among the first four.
GOLDEN NECTAR”
‘ ‘W EINHARD’ S AMBER NECTAR”
Oregon’s prune crop is the largest and finest in the state's his­
tory. It amounts to 40,000,000 pounds and will net the growers
"The Drink tli xt S iliilin ,ml dues not Intoticsle"
“ WEINHARD’S
ICE COLD AND A LW A Y S CN TAP IN KEGS AND B O T TLES AT
$3,000,000.
F r e d Rock’s
The Southern Pacific Company operates electric systems in
Los. Angeles, Oakland, Berkeley, San Jose, Fresno. Stockton Visala
Salem and Portland.
The “ Pastim e Billiard and Cigar Store
One industry helps another. Mining prosperity helps the lum-
i her trade. Copper sales at 30 cents make firmer prices for lumber.
STAYTON,
A share of the banking business
Grants Pass, contract let for new courthouse for $76,443.
of Stayton and vicinity
Roseburg will improve three streets with 2ooo yards of crush- *
| ed rock.
is solicited.
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Y ou are assured of a safe deposi­
this bank, by ample capital and
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B. V. Sc
Veterinarian
Portland, Pacific Power and Light Co., shows net income for
Treat» all donu*»tic animal»,
al*c
past year o f $332,127.
applien the Tuberculin tent.
Telephone 3x7
Office al Slay Ion stables
And now both the railroad men and the railroad presidents
I admit that nobody knows what the Adamson law means, or how it
can be applied to existing conditions.
tory and courteous treatment at
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STAYTON
OREGOt
Wages increase at Willamette Iron & Steel Works and Hesse
Martin Iron Works were advanced 12 per cent Nov. 1.
long experience in the banking
business.
Baker city taxes reduced twenty per cent below last year.
S. H . H E L T Z E L
Moonshine distilling of sourmash whiskey is a new’ industry
on Coos Bay.
Attorney-at-Law —Nutary Public
h arm Loan» Secure i
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High taxes seem not to appall people when actuated by senti
mentalism.
Capital $25,000.00
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
SESTAK
With a mutilated budget Portland taxes go still higher next
year.
TINWORK and
PLUMBING
&
THOM AS,
Proprietors.
Southerlin, Everfresh plant handling 100 bushels apples per
hour.
Highest Market Price Paid For Fat Stock
Vale, O W. R. & N. extension to Crane Creek Gap completed
Oregon City, Willamette Valley Southern electric road an
nounces it is now on paying basis.
JACOB SPANIOL
Hood River, fruit and berry yield this year placed at $1,676,672,
Lulay & Schindler
Coquille, logging industry active in this district.
Eugene, Company will incorporate for $25,ooo to build logan
berry juice factory.
Contractors ft Builders
Dwelling houses a specialt
Let us figure on your built
ings
We can save you money
A good job gauranteed
Phone 77
P. O. Box 19
STAYTON, OREGON.
L. A. MESSING
Swiss Jeweler
31 YE AR S E XPERIEN C E
All work on watches am
clocks guaranteed for
One Year
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE OCT. 15
S TAYTO N-KING STON
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l i f e S a v in g Station.
AUTO STAGE
Will make regular trips every day,
Sundays included as follows:
SALEM PHONE
! Leave Stayton for Kingston
•* Kingston “ Stayton
| Arrive Stayton
Stayton
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Stayton
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4:00 “
Leave Stayton for Kingston 4:25 P.M.
“ Kingston “ Stayton
4:50 P.M.
lonnects with Motor Car
Hamman & Stout
FARMS WANTED
. $100 R e w a rd , $100
T h « readers of
YOUR FARM LAND
With
Geo. A. SMITH
The Stayton Real Estate Ma
Lancefield Bldg.
OF
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Portland has aeroplane factory.
Marshfield, local grower gets $1632 from 12 acre bean crop.
this paper
will
b*
leamed to learn that there la at least on«
g
read, d disease that science has been
able to cure In alt Its stage*, and that Is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure li the only
positive cure nor/ known to tho medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, requires n constitutional treat­
ment H all’s Catarrh Cure Is taken In­
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the ayatem. there­
by destroying tho foundation cf tho din-
ease, and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assisting
nature In doing Its work. Tho proprietors
have so much filth In Its curatlvo pow­
ers that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars
for any rase that I* fills to cere. B- nd
for list of testimonials.
A d dress r. J. C IIE N C Y A C O ., T cl-d o , Ohio,
Bold b y n il D ruF ctots, 7 'e .
Take Hell's Family Pills lo r constipation.
The Sensible Girl.
Flinty,
•Whitt a hnrd face Mr. Kqtilgglns
“ She'» a mighty sensible girl."
l-ar
"That so?"
He cel"rt:lily h.'S A burlier would
“ Yes. Thu man she Is to marry asked
have
to i; - a |d l:nx to give him a fa
her If she'd have her diamond ring
la I massage." St
I.oula Post-Dls-
now or use the money to buy some-
l.nli-h.
thing for their home Instead."
Came Near It.
"And »be took the furniture?”
“ No; she took the diamond ring.” —
Smnli Dorothy was showing a little
playmate
her
birthday
presents.
Detroit Free Press.
"This,” she said, holding up a pin set
Reasonably Modest.
with a rhinestone, “ Is a present from
"Isn't your friend Wiseun Inclined to grandpn
It has a genuine grindstone
be Just n little bit conceited?”
In It."— Chicago News.
“ Ob, not at all. He Just thinks Ilia
Strictly Up to Date.
view » are liound to lie right and every
"H
ow
do
you like your new home?"
body else’» nearly certain to bo wrong."
"Fine! W e have all the comforts of
—Richmond Tlmes-Dispatcb.
a hotel!” —Judge.
aource ot Diamonds.
Better Expressed.
Patience—It Is said that diamonds
"Truth will out."
have boon discovered In fallen meteors
"Whnt's happened now?"
"This piece I’ m reading meant to
Patrice—But a fallen meteor Is cold,
nnd I'm looking for a diamond from say 'tile halls of legislation,’ and the
a warmer proposition than n fallen me printer has It ‘the hauls of legisla­
teor.—Yonkers .Statesman
tion.’
S t Louis Post Dispatch.
Filtered as second class matter at the
pnstotfW at Stayton, Marion, county,
Oregon, under the c t of ongrtss of
Mnrch 3, 1879.
S(JBSCKIPTIO.\S, S I.00 per year
Address all communications tu
T H E .S TA Y TO N M A IL
C. H .
DUTY.
T! • r,en«o of dui/ i» (ho foun­
tain of human right«. In othar
word», tho same inward princi­
pio which toachoo tho former
boar» wltno«« to tho lottar.
Dutie* and right* mutt stand
and fall together.—William El­
lery Channing.
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OREGON
BREWER, M. D.
i ’ ll Y SIC I AN
AND
SURGEON
S t a y t o n , O reg o n
RAUL FEHLEN
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Licensed
^Veterinary Surgeon
und Dental Expert
Phone 3x24
So exclaims Miss Dyra Keen In tho
Saturday Evening Post In telling of a
perilous ascent o f tho Shark's Tooth,
In tho Alps. "A ll at once I saw him
wheel about. 1 lo gave n mighty heave
DENTIST
o f his ax for his life nud drove It Into
Office
Opp.
Lur.ctdicld Shoo Store
tho snow tlsive his head. The nx held.
He had saved hlm-elf and us.” Miss Phone 2IÓ2
Stavton, Ore
Keen found this a "deep spiritual ex­
perience."
Radium the Metal.
j A » n melai radium has boon Isolated
! on)J. ollce or twi. e. and few people
-D e n tis t-
.'Tayton, Ore.
W ilb u r N. 1‘intlcr, D .M .D .
G. Cyril Watson, D.M.D.
j dlum Is ordinnrlly obtained iroiu Its
ores J „ t | l e foru, „ j hydroiia sulphate,
I chloride or bromide, ami It la In tho
form of tliese salts that It Is usually
aohl and used. -London Standard.
tactics against the street cars and will impose service and taxation R>nK<‘r "
Leave
Stayton
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9:15 A. M.
burdens against the jitney comparable with those imposed on the ,ng
have "u
Richmond
Sublimity
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Aumsvilie
street
cars.
Tlmes-Dlspatch.
Turner
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Arrive
Salem
10:25
Had Enough Chin.
Coos Bay, two new shipwards are in prospect for the bay, new
Leave Opp. Ore. Elec. Salem 2:45 P. M.
Barlier—Shall I go over tho chin
mills are contemplated and industrial activity is general in many ngaln, sir? Victim—No. You didn’t
Arrive
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Turner
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3:15 "
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Aumsvilie -
3:35 “
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lines.
i any anything very Intereating.—Lift».
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Sublimity -
3:50 *'
Oregon
List
SENSE
8:35 A.M.
It ¡3 up to the jitneys to decide whether they will continue
8:55 “
A Determinad Brute.
9:05 ••
operating in Portland after Nov. 15.
They will be offered a fran-
'Silas,” said the good wife, " I seo
chise abolishing indiscriminate service th a t the present cut-throat that mena pauta o r » to bo worn
Try My Work, It Spook« For lUe
| Located in the Shoe Shop
W est o f the Stayton State Bank
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K. M . O LM H TKU
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Salem, Board of Control authorizes sale o f 15 towns flax fiber.
j at 26 Cents.
have seen It. The metili is (Icscribcd as
Florence, Government advertising for bids for construction of ll“ ’ l,,ß n
metallic lutei, it«
SALEM-STAYTON
Published every Thursday by
S TA Y TO N ,
Climbing the Alps.
O. W. R. & N. Company proposes to install immediately at im­
"Suddenly the aw ful thing happened!
portant highway grade crossings on its lines in Oregon, Washing­ Before my eyes Ituwuni, to whom I
ton and Id^ho, cautionary highway signs erected 300 feet from the wan roped, wm sliding sliding slowly
| but surely off tho rooks Into eternity!*’
track on each side of all crossings.
Bath Tubs, Lavatories and
all Sanitary fittings— Farm-
ers~W e carry a line of
pumps, leader water sys­
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
Fresh, salt & Cured Meats
Lard & Creamery Butter.
Hood River to get large new concrete garage.
Silverton, Silver Falls Lumber Co. installing blow pipe system.
THE S T A Y IO N M A IL
Physician and Surgeon
on.
Salem to build $2o,ooo home for aged women.
OREGON
H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M .D.
Less political jawbone and more legitimate industry from now
Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton, Oregon
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Tho Kongo River.
The Kongo river In nil Its winding»
Is about 3,iMH) tulles long ami at Its
mouth Is fully twenty miles wide. It
Is one of the great rivers of tho world,
being second only to the Ainaxou In tho
volume of water emptied In to the ocean.
The Kongo basin Is greater than that
of the Mississippi, covering nil urea
more than 1.400 miles In breadth and
containing over a million xipiure miles.
Up Stairs in Roy Block
Stayton,
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A. B liR S tLL,
Oregon
M. D.
Physician »nd Surgeon
I RA1
A'JMSVILLE
V. A.
OREGON
GOODE
L A W Y ! ;. and NOT/ RY n ' l i e
O ffici lineili N e. (S, R oy lild g .
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“FIXIT SHOP”
I hi % established a n pair shop in
ti.ct'< o | ir I idlding on Water S trict
d wi I repair anything.
Saw Filing
n rpei inlty.
Oron Weddle.
tf
Natural Result.
Magistrate—What happened to the
prisoner after lie liad been In the wa­
ter for half an hour, na you say, cling­
Tht Tri vcr-Weigel ,Studio will be
ing to the piles?
open Su' tirili- • nml Rut day Ik e. 2nd
Policem an-He was very wet, yer
and 3rd. They arc now locatid in the
anner.—Exchange
Matthieu Bldg on Second Street.
Swift Living.
Stranger—I surely smell sonici hing
burning.
Old Comer at Hwml I;■ ■ • ■ ri It must
lie money. Nobody ever burn;! any
thing nro:;ml here but money. Florida
J. M. RINGO -
Tiroes-Union.
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
STAYTON
OREGON