The Stayton times. (Stayton, Or.) 18??-1???, July 21, 1893, Image 3

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    Xtócál opd Getterai.
otsM baa been Improving the
F eiija v , J uly a t, 1893.
ipherd, of Waterloo acme oref
rl. Brown Wedneaday.
Miee Ntout wee in town thin week.
47Ì. Harden 1« bulging a new hooecj
Keene, W. W. Klder. and W.
in. A, J. Rlchardyon if on the »ick
thia * eefc.
n h « u n ha» bran Indicted, by the
< i gram! jury oil th« chug« o^opium
ggling. Nothing Is anrprialnghhout
in. Indietmcnte were alao found •-
wt several others, Ineludiogdeputles,
he cam# charg«.
door ■ •ifh W ’; 4b<|
careful to im p the
U n ^l« hM Reed US
At th« trial th « n to
drunk«; A. K ingg
he fall o f hi* choir
was found in «dru*
keeper himwlf loll.
hen two men meet it if *af« to bet
otwror th« other will mention bard
m before they
wperate. Where
rly «very body ¿tow it It I. not to be
dered the eent iment if th a t war. ,
*5**“ "I*"* “ f** !
J. W. CHAPMAN,
lord deliver
PAINTING AND PApKB HANGING
In all their reepeetlre brnnehea.
s m M A T ia r u m i n u D
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kem occupy ao large o «pee« in my
•‘,wu,7 w «“
li« bid« for the building of th« bu rferl bound to sword ana won
Mvilto school houae were opened On« of our school IffMJ# hug not
therand father are,
or you. and the ear
you to make plena
think you warein |
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And Contraete Taken a t the
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.Loweat Pqaalble Pigmee
Com mena ara te with Good Material
and Work.
ALL WOK* OUAXAKTNBD.
ROBES, WHIPS,
WORKING GLOVES,
HARNESS OIL,
AXLE GREASE,
LACE LEATHER,
to Albany
at Jevekr ^
BUCKSKIN.
I n fact m oot a n y th in g y o n w a n t
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White
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in
th e hnrneM lin e a t
ile woe arrested et Kant Portland'S Oder
the name of Jtoee loot apring for mnrder for Quartsville on t t f
B a k e r & M i l l e r ’s .
IL to vlaitiug
Mm. Hyland o f f
of one Crocket In Mlewuri.
friend« at thie plane.•
S taytow , O bbgom .
Mr. D. .W. Cramer, brought ne in a
The hand boye gare e dence w ith an
■mail heed of lettuce Wcdnewday. It only
measured twenty nine Inchee in diame­
ter. It waa a volunteer head, andasse 18th inet.
;
tike the boy, it Just “ growed” , with
The Horeh Alliance will hold e a open
. jmipi r cuilivatiun ii might here equaled meeting on July i f l "Queetion for
—
-Anything Ip the Una el ■ y— —
the pony, which would make It a ’’amali the wonderful le a n '
tieruawion:
"Reoolvtod,
th
at
women
TH
E
8TAYT0N
OKOCERYMAN.
r. J : N. and J h r t Potter <7 Salem
feet" Job.
ahould he allowed thrjrtght of eafteg e.”
X c W s5 r tx c ttc rs ,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, TOOLE,
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Teat KrbUf.
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The ettiaene of Niagara hake boon leal-
Itlackamith ahop and tuola, good loca
ing
rather
tropical,
fM
gptfr,
ewer
the
Mr. A. Jacob« of Silferlon, gave ua a thin. Enquire o ler dlruet te
BUILDERS’ MATERIALS, OTTLRRT,
A PULL LINE OP
Fcnsianao uv O re Even Vion.aar
pieaaent call ta»t Saturday. Mr. Jacob«
A. T. Ecu W alt ,
■cotion. They have ««JM
WOODEN AJGP WILLOW WARS,
GROCERIES, FLOUR,
reporte thing« livelp in hi« part of the
Coara o r A «La Coesa- (
nation meeting, a t wbfeh
country.
iri M in n .
-v-
b e «(opted for ezpovfng
CONFECTIONERIES,
PUMPS, GAS PIPE, ROPE. LANTERNS,
M h l l A M A
V—
- --j SODA WATER,
Mr. Jno. Itorca» returned from • trip
GRINDSTONES, LUBRICATING (XL, Rmk,
over Into Clackannta Co. Friday.
CIOAB8, E tc.
In » ''onimonicntion from thia place, I
DON’T FAIL TO GALL O f
of date 27 th ult, from n member of th e ; pleasure of reading I N ff
!.. H. Thoma« of Jor&m Valley, gave
"Owl Club" we intended to ¡jive neighbor» held in Philadelphia ree
ua a call Monday he reporte warm
Taylor And Smith » retimi «hot lor «onte which Col. Henry .Wat m «
v*. ,«!.. , in tha Tetley
A femal tramp waa put off the aouth of the »harp "dig«" for which they are j the democrat«, Own. 8. 4 - *
J. N. Jone« want to Waterloo Hunday
hound overlaml train a t Eugene Hiimlay fa loon,, with no intent to do «rrioua th e repuMieona and Gem I.
_ her way
_ harm or- Anting' injni.v tu Riiyjnie mvti-1 for the populiate. Every ne i
night. She ____
hod I«—*« Iwating
«hat far. She w ant into th e welting l i nnal in «aid «nun.....lo t io n ; ami If j thia debate ee each party 1« j
TheO. P. will lie eatended to theTtfe»- room at the depot and pulled off her taken and roneidcred other« iae liuti « by one of its ablest apeak W.
ebutee thia year. H«member the feet.
ahuea an d ran around lamdooted (or a Joke by thuae Interne;« «! in person, we |
EAST AND SOUTH
Mr. A. J. Richardson waa In Salem i while, and to all appearance Is not in her
Momlay ; he report« it very quiet.
right mind. She Mid »lie came Irom
g a l e c h il l e d pl o w s
Dick Krone la now one til the police ( bicogo.
Unord.
force el Kjlrm.
Th«im«» Bros, ami Co. have moved In-
♦ HARDWARE, STOVES, TINWARE. ♦
SHASTA ROUTE
Our f i lend Henry Bruer. brought ua a
new »uhecrilwr the other evening.
Thank you sir.
The Livery barn boy« w«mld respect­
fully a»k Motel-de- It Ir hordOon to renjyve
hie w uulftihey would have^ay for their
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the dew la off."
♦
Dr. Contris, of Salem, Alls and ex­
tract« teeth without^airf. -
JUtul
Newt W eddle has tfhdrd hla place on
the Klkhorn to BurnetGDtomaa (or hla
houae and lot in to w p ^ p ^ .
Mr». Cramer, and Mia» Uiwre Savage,
left Monday to a t te n d e e tcaclicr» Ins-
titule at Salem.
^
Mi»a Jeaaie (leaner la visiting friends
in town thia week.
Capt. Waiter» haa been on the aick
list the past waek, hut at present he la
improving.
A rrt««4t
My new good« have arrived. Come in
and see them.
M. Ilalsley.
Jan Shuford waa in Salem on buaineaa
on Wednesday.
Jo». Ditter and Mr. Chas. I. Clough of
Portland were in town yceterday.
Owing to lack of apace some of our
communications are laid over.
II you are wanting any tin fruit cans,
don’t forget to «ee Ed. the tinner.
Gits Trask waa over a t Sclo Saturday
to see tha ahow. we premune.
Mr. Shank and wife of Corvallis were
viaiting Mr. and Mre. Harvey Anderson
th e past week.
Dr. Contria, of Salem, Alls and ex­
tracta teeth without pain.
ftenil
Saturday availing the chair factory
camu near burning down but'luckily,
waa seen in time to put it out Irefora
vary muoh damage waa done.
Eugene people on account of the ex­
tortionate rate* between Albany and that
city on the 8. P. will haul O. P. freight
to that city by wagon.
The governor has appointed Dr. Apple-
white, of Corvallis to All the vacancy on
the board of regents of the agricultural
college caused by the death of A. R.
Sllppey.
hewberg. fa c t nature!«/ tm attempt to
commit rape upon the daughter Of Mr.'
lloboon waa made by a man ngmed WN-
YC’ wPWkwtll W singing at the Jordan
aon. A warrant waa sworn g ut anil hit
«tore next Sunday a t 8 o'clock.
Jaebph
H
etdfjr'luíl»
on
»he
hay
crop.
waa arrewted. Aa the constablenoting
Mrs. A. T. McCully and. eoaa. Beat
him In charge wanted hla dinner he
There are almnt 85 balea of unsold
amt Claud, of Leimnoe, were in t hem
turned the man over to Mari» for »afe hopa in thia neighbdrh.«»!.
fcparts Saturday and Sunday.
keeping. It aaenm that Wilson owed
Maris a hill ami taking a hill of m I c of
SUBLIMITY.
* L««t Snnday a young man hod hla bast
enough of Wilaon’g property to cover the
Sub. la alNierc yet.
girl out riding and had the misfortune of
amount Marl» allowc«l him to escape.—
^retting o ut spoke broke out of hia rig.
Haying is almost over.
McMinnville f . II.
Didn’t learn the partteulaq^. bat will.
The weather is simply superb.
About 8 r. M. Thursday I.con D.
I.ifee waa InlM rn the Ant of the week.
Scott Bros.’ wood m w i» humming in He was tldnklgg some at purchasing a
Hedge», an amployec at the Jcffenmn
eawmllL met with a horrible accident. this neighborhood.
WEST SIDE DIVISION
He reached over the edger with hla {ighi
Mias Annie Ditter of North Vakama,
hand, trying to atraighlen a board, and Wash., la viaiting her uncle, the Sub­
unthinkingly laid hi» left hand on the limity merchant, J. A. Diner.
saw. Quicker than thought the hand
Mr. Chas. I. Clough of Portland, is at
waa cbt entirely across Just bark of the
Hotel
de Ditter.
»
thumb, only th« akin keeping It from
dropping to the ground, lie waa taken
E. Schott made a huatnnm trip to the
to Dr. Hawk’s odlce and the wounded Capital Tud«}jiy.
member amputated at the wrlet. He
Thing» are a t present lively, and
stood The o|>eration well, and la now time« are good In Sub.
doing splendidly. There la no .one to
blame for the accident, It being merely
LYONS.
the result of carelessness, for which the
unfortunate hoy baa paid dearly.—Re­
Our church is shingled.
view.
Fred Vaughn wa» In Albany last week.
W ear« carrying a
Ig load” of Clj|
RenPowuie went to Riibbmity Mon­
Sunday lost, Loosen Wimer and Hues
Bound Books, and arfaltxioaa to un
Mann went up In the mountains about day.
load aa soon aa poasfW. W ehave
(our miles above Mehsina Ashing. They
token a method ig do it *
—T H R -
Waa sorry To not ice the andnc»s of Char­
hitched their horse too near the lie Abel and Jcecc Hunter last Sunday
t ‘ quickly, having i^piduil
bank, and he either pulled back and night. Cheer up l»»ya the.girla will come
to inaagnrate
broke the rope or fell over the b ank; at bock.
, /
least he fell about 40 feet, but Inckily a
The parched earth call* for rain from
large bonlder stopped him, otherwise he
would have been killed on the rocke heaven; hut the p arrV tj throats call
OREGON .* PACIFIC \ RAIL»
some hundred feet below, The horse for—well it 1» nut from heaven itny way.
then concluded to come home. 8ome
Mra. Duqcan Berrv and rci«tor, Ethel
E. W. Hadley, Receiver.
time after they came back and he woe Bruae are visiting relatives at Coe thia
gone, it woe then a cose of or «Ik ami pull
tl^e cart. So Shorty hitched loosen in
Should think it would-pay the Meha­
the shafts, and he u»eil I1"“ - ^ p , ( bo he
ma livery man to move hia stable over
«ays) and M t B I would have H when
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here, as the “ Asg pole" I T not" consid­
they got within a mile of Mehama, they
ered Aral class fodder lor a steady diet SALEM
OREGON,
found their hone at M. Taylors, in the
for horses.
pasture. A young lady pi*aed them
A «later of George Johnston 1« viaiting
coming down ahd rave them the conso­
HELLENBRJND’S
lation th at it waa a down hill pull. him at hia home at Fox Valley. The la­
Hhorty, »ay« Lose, works Ant rate in dy la direct frum Mr. Johnston’s old home
in Scotland.
shafts.
The boy who to whacked, cuffed,
kicked, hall starved, overworked and
Otherwise neglected, generally, If he
L lh a ra l W ay of A d n r t M s |.
^eepe out of prieon and does not die, Make »• make small KnalUh words as
from lot tar* contained InC-R-L-C-H-Y F
kiakee the beet jn an .
without nslng a latter In any on« wor
tlmaa tnan It appaan In “CMarv Fills"
parson sanrttne larrw t list will b» ¿van
^ X fie Farmers will lose' money by not Clfnl matohad pair of Cr»»m-waiu Pont
Monnted Hamaasand pha*ton; a trip
buying their Binding twine of J. 0 . C. World'» Fair a n d rttn ra »or Meond lari
feottvad; a In« Unright Plano for t!
■ L
jte
LOOT!
Stayton, Ora.
* Last Thursday night they had a fracas
among the "H eathen Chinee" In Belem,
in which two were more-or lees c a t end
bruised.
. Harve Henline wheeled down to Alba­
ny end spent Sunday, returning Mon­
day. H e m , «eye the duet now to mi-
meet ee deep ee the mud last winter.
The W. 0 . T. U, will meet a t the Bep-
ttot Ohurch next Monday at > r . w,
YaqUiija - ■ Route
Temperance meeting at the C..E. Sun­
day, was (led by J /C . Roe. Much, inter­
est waa bianifcated aa nqorly every one
ia Ailed with adtegusted indignat ion a t
the way th in g T M v e gone here for th e
post week.
X
Halev and Randolph of the stabbing
If you
affray here the FourthVsg ^ V wonderful FARM
exempUAeatlon of the, " If tn ^ brother
smite the on one cheek Din* to him the
other alao,” «a they are ee loving aa
twine.
, (
Haley wasA ntd twenty dollar« and
coat m the result of using "ohoioe" lan­
guage to Aw.T. Zumwolt th e other day;
and feinting to pay hie Ah«, he to spend­
ing ten day« on a visit to th e Jail at
Albany. 0 . Read also Joined in a little
“ tore (east" with 8. A. Landis, hia next
Ten n en e of good
l^w prieeof |7 W lo re I
Ut
S&len» ¿oap aqd