When the MJ&KC was built in 1905, the village of Stamper moved 2
miles to the railroad and formed the town of Stratton. At one time the W. L. Milling sawmill was located here. In 1943
the GM&O had a water tower and a 40-car siding here, but by 1955 the
siding had been shortened to 17 cars.
INDUSTRY (per Dun & Bradstreet)-
BUSINESSES- (per RG Dun & Co)-
P. T. Hunter- general store 1910
J. D. Payne- general store 1910
M. W. Stamper- general store 1910
T. M. Vance- grocery 1910
W. J. Webb- general store 1910
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