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Ikies your «ri»» or trunk contuin the necessary
needs to make your vacation complete ard en
We have a variety of vacation helps
that will save you worry and trouble while away.
Hotter g o o n your vacation prepared with at
least t h e
necessary article« rather than to be
compelled to hunt them up when you are far
distant from u drug store, or when you have to
p a y an exhorbitant price at a summer resort
Vacation needs of all kinds for men and women.
BEAUCHAMP’S DRUG STORE
WARM SALT WATER BATH.
K in g s t o n
K illk s
P ir t t A id F o r a C h ild T h a t H a a
All cUlldreii will play with flro un
ion. ib«y have bean tnughl, «It her by
pre< i-pt or «•»iwrlaiu:», uot to do ao,
«ml ncildeuta will happen even when
i ' l l priH-uUtloa hna liecn taken. It la
there (> i • most desirable In the cuse of
burn, that purenis slioulil know what
•■and a bo v i* nil what not to do while
waiting for lh« doctor to rout«.
The first thing la to fight shock with
nil tli« io»ourc«a nt < oinmnnd. heenu««
»hod, U uauilly the Ituiacdlate cauw
a t dc ith To«) oTIen Mhia-k la iiggrurnt-
cd rattier than helped by the treatment
Vahmlilu lime la wasted nod nu
ll..... ny agony caused In trylmt to
remove the clothlint; then rnrloua ap-
pll« nllona uf oil or o f whatever «lae
(he til irm-ted byatniulera may huva
heard w«a good for hurna are made
uutll by the time the doctor nrrlvea
Irremediable inbtchlef la dona
Do not waste time In any auch way,
but lionictllately prepare n warm aoJt
water bath and gently place the child
In If, dothon and nil. If the clothes
ht «- much bunted the warm water will
make (hem easier to remove, ami the
chllil « tin lie kept In the bath until the
poise mid the tem|a>rntnre ahow that a
reaction from the shock has taken
place. It will often be neeeaanry fir
some strong and careful persou to
kneel and hold the pntlcnt lu the beat
Keen after the child hna been placed
In I >c| with the proper dressings the
bath ahould be given again If there are
Indications that shock la returning
Always remember that spend la essen
tial. Kven the »lightest delay la dan
Almost every one belltnes thnt In the
case o f hums water Is always harm
ful and oil always helpful. You will
l>e wise to reverse the rule ami learn It
by heart. In rase o f burns All the
bath with warm water, adding salt In
lb«' proportion o f a toaspoonful to n
pint o f water, and hold the child lu It,
clothes and all, until the doctor ar
PRICE OF A PICTURE.
T e r m s C o ro t Is S a id to M a v o E x a c te d
F r o m H i s F r ie n d P a ria r.
A French paper gives the following
anecdote o f Corot: M. Porter, brother
o f the former French president. M.
Casluilr Perler, was n close friend o f
the groat llurbbuin painter. O ue.dly—
It was a Sunday—when he was visit
ing the artist's studio he grew en
thusiastic over u figure painting thnt
Cofot was at work on, for on 8un-
days Corot devoted himself to figure
••That Is my distraction," ho used to
M. Perler determined to acquire this
picture mid Corot was equally deter
mined not to let him, ns his modesty
would only allow him to rank as n
“ All right," said Corot nt Inst, “ you
may have tho canvas, but on ono con
dition you must pay in exchange for
it the butcher's anil baker’s bills o f
my friend Millet." M. Perler agreed
t«> this miustinl price and with the
painter went to find the two shop
keepers. The baker's bill came to
$-1.400 and tho other to $4,Sun, for the
bills had been running for twelve
years. So II. l ’crler's Corot cost him
11 200 .
“ What n stroke o f business,” com
mented the artist
“ My picture was
hardly worlh $."00!”
Good stories should not be dissected,
but analysis o f this one seems to show
that the Millet household spent nt least
$1 a day nt the linker's and over $1 a
day nt I lie butcher's, which seems ex
cessive at I lie French prices o f those
days.—New York Sim.
B lin d W o r k s r s F irst.
It was the recruit's first fire.
plr.no factory was burning. Said the
battalion chief to the recruit:
“ Find out where the tuning room Is
and make for that.”
The recruit obeyed. Afterward he
"llecnuso during working hours you
arc likely lo find several blind men
there," said the chief. "Many plnno
tuners are blind, and In ease o f fire
they need first help in getting out.
When lighting lire in a piano factory
always bear that In mind.” - New York
UP IN TH E A IR ?
Maybe you are puzzled
about where to get
lumber for that new house.
Let u s puzzle it out for
vassing in the neighborhood one
day this week.
you— we're good at sol
ving puzzles in the Ium-
Mrs. M. J. Morris visited Mrs.
Pete Laux of Stayton is visit
E. C. Downing Monday.
ing at the Willing home.
B. F. Fresh and E d Jacobs
A1 Phillips was trading with
called on E. C. Downing Friday.
Stayton merchants Tuesday.
Fresh Bros, bought a n e w
MissCena Shelly of Triumph
binder of H. L. Wright t h i s
is visiting friends here this week.
Miss Josie Bostrack of Silver
Mrs. M. J. Morris of Turner is
Cliff is spending the week here.
visiting E. E. McKinney a n d
Mrs. Ben G esc her spent Friday wife this week.
with Mrs. Herman Schellbery.
Mrs. E. C Downing spent one1
Frank Siegmund o f F e r n
day this week picking blackber
Ridge visited friends here Satur
ries near Aumsville.
Miss Jennie King o f 0 a k ■
Mrs. C. C. Titus is visiting
Charles Rossiter was transact
has been selected to teach !
relatives in Stayton this week.
ing business on F e r n Ridge
our school the coming year.
Dr. Joe Brewer o f Stayton Thursday.
George a n d A l v a Schmitt
L. N. English and wife spent
was in Linn, Co. the first o f the
Thursday and Friday i n
the mountains fishing. They re
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Robertson
port a good catch.
visited relatives and friends in
threshing outfit to Brooks Wed
nesday t o begin t h e season’s
The Cash Produce m e n o t threshing.
Stayton were here Tuesday buy
Karl Munthe who has been vis
ing veal from some of the farm iting friends here the past two
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Chas. Porter left for British
Mr. McElroy, traveling sales Portland Sunday.
The family of J. McGoin is ex - 1
Mias Lffie WilhamB who haa
tcd here , hjs week
man for the W. T. Rawleigh
Medicine Co., passed through
close of school has sufficiently re-
Mr. Klecker of Stayton passed
Kingston enroute home from Mc- covered to enable her to return through the city Tuesday,
to her home here.
Robert Medley is helping Ar
Miss Hazel Lambert and cou
All the dancing people of the thur Branch during harvest
sin John Lutz, called Tuesday Hollow attended the dance a t
John Porter was a Portland
morning a t the Silver Poplar Sublimity o n Tuesday evening visitor the last o f the week.
one a t P. Burkharts
_ . ,
ranch. While there they pur also the
Mrs. Frank Fery is suffering
Thursday evening a n d report .___
, , ..
; from an attack o f poison oak.
chased a fine canary singer.
most enjoyable times.
.Miss Georgia Pound is visiting
This morning I decided to take
relatives in Aumsville this week.
a glance at the many papers
that enter our home, and among
Mr. Crawford is baling h a y
them we find one that is more
for some of the farmers about
eager to be read than all the rest
George Ray is on the sick list.
and that is the Stayton Mail.
H. Collier of Portland was an
Albert Ray was a Scio visitor
Mr. Smith and mother of Eu
over Sunday visitor at the J. H.
reka. California arrived in Ore Monday.
gon in an automobile the first of
Floyd Shelton was a Scio visit
R. J. Kusy and wife s p e n t
last week. They made the trip or Tuesday.
Sunday at the parental h o m e
in four days. Mrs. Smith is an
Hazel Lambert called at the P. near Marion.
aunt of Mrs. Joe G a i n e r o f P. Crabtree home Tuesday.
Most o f the farmers are cut-;
Kingston and a sister of Mrs.
Sadie Shepherd visited at the ting grain.
The prospects are
Ben Munkers of Shelbum. The
for a good crop.
two sisters had not seen e a c h Lee Downing home last week.
other for 20 years.
Mrs. D. Townes and Eftie Ray
Harry Brown of Salem was
Albany visitors Friday.
down to see about his interests
Mr. and Mrs. Geymer a n d
children, Nettie and Henr, ywere
Josephine Duchateau is visit here this week.
callers at the Crabtree h o m e ing with her aunt Mrs. H. Senz.
«Mrs. C. D. Forette and sister,
Henson of Dallas w e r e
Mrs. Leslie Potts of Albany is
mor entertained the family by visiting at the Ed Smith home. week-end visitors at the A. For
playing and singing some Ger
F. T. Thayer brought his new
man songs. She has lived in a
West Stayton Warbler
city the greater portion of her threshing machine home Mon
life, being reared in Luxemburg,
Mr. and Mrs. Lambert spent 1-,
and spending several years in Bos
ton and Pittsburg.
Two years Sunday with Charley Boedighei- H
ago she crossed the ocean and mer.
visited her old home in Europe.
Mabel and Ada Thayer called
Last fall she visited Chicago rel on Maggie and Ethel Smith Sun- I
atives and friends.
Her home day.
is here on a beautiful farm where
Mrs. Lillie Nadstanek return- | ;
she is deeply interested in horti
ed to Salem Friday after visiting P j
culture, school and community
several days with relatives.
Frank Lambert and Otto Pet- |B0
ers went fishing on Indian Prai- t J
rie creek Wednesday.
boys had excellent luck.
b e r line.
over this— just try us. W e
to the best Cigar you ever
smoked, if you come into
our store. Our reputat
ion has been built u p by
the high grade and uni
form quality of our cigars
and tobaccos, and the most experienced smokers patronize
us. W e carry a full line of imported and domestic cigars
of great flavor and splendid taste. lust a single trial will
prove this to you.
The Gem Confectionery
J. A . H E N D E R S H O T T , Proprietor
SEE DR EATON, THE SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN, about your eye trouble
and headache, and have glasses properly fitted. He guarantees all
his work. Dr. Eaton has had many years experience as an
eyesight specialist. E x a m i n a t i o n f r e e .
T w o Doors West of Masonic Hall.
Pastime Pool Parlor
GEO. W A R F O R D , Proprietor
Everything in the line o f Tobacco,
Soft Drinks, Candy, Gum, Sand
wiches and Canned Goods
A Good Place for a Social Game
W e invite you
Mrs. j 11
M. F. Ryan and family,
Ryan’s three sisters and children j
Mr.\ Mclntire and daughter,
Roy Fox is on the sick l i s t
and Bessie and Crystal Shank
went to Thomas creek Sunday
J. M. Burnett and family were for a picnic.
in Silverton Saturday.
Ed Smith had a very painful;
Everydody is b u s y
grain this week.
Miss Etta Lang called on Miss accident last week while hauling!
Myrtle Burnett Monday.
in his hay. He caught his hand !
a pulley and mashed two of
Mrs. H. E. Hubbard and Le
fingers. It is n o t known
ona were in Silverton Saturday.
whether it will be possible t o
Walter Casteel visited at the save the fingers.
Bostrack home a t Silver Cliff
Mrs. C. E. Heater and Vivian
were callers at the Pottorff home
The hum of binders is heard
A good time is reported by all
all directions these days.
who attended the dance at Vic
Ed Burse of Stayton was can-1
tor Point Saturday night.
We, the Clerks o f Klecker’s Store, invite you all
to call at the store and give us a share o f your busi-
ness. We want to make a good showing while Mr.
Klecker is in the East, and we will show you the
most courteous treatment o f which we are capable.
In order to if possible increase the sales during Mr.
Klecker’s absence, we offer as a special inducement a
Straight 10/r Discount
on the entire Dry Goods, Shoe and Clothing lines for Cash only,
until his return. Can you afford to pass up these
bargains? We think not.
Yours for more business,
The Clerks at Klecker’s
STATON’S BEST STORE