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Are You GOING TO PAINT?
P le a s a n t
Feed Dr. Hess’ Stock Food
Mrs. J. Gunaaules of Jefferson
came up to attend the funeral of
Miss Sandner Tuesday, and is
now visiting: at the H. Shank
Mrs. Henry Senz returned
Made to Paint Buildings With INSIDE and OUTSIDE,
a visit to Portland, Mon.
and you’ll tret satisfaction. It’s the best protection
you can tri ve your house. It's made from pure white
Lulu, Elsie and Clifford Down
ing visited at the D. Townes
lead, pure zinc white, and pure linseed oil. It does
not powder, flake off or crack. It forms a toutrh, dur
able film t h a t wears and looks well for the longest
Roy Rrenner and wife spent
time. It’s colors a r e clear, bright and lasting. It
Sunday a t t h e Pat Lambert
costs less by the job than any other paint made. The
full color card shows 48 handsome shades. S. W. P.
Nellie Thomas visited at the
is put up FULL MEASURE, always. For sale by
E d Smith home one day last
Mose Titus was around our
neighborhood with a paper, for a
new mail route.
Mrs. Fuson spent one evening
Hundreds of Herds Made Immune from the So-called Hog
last week a t the M. F. Ryan
Cholera Epidemic by Feeding DR. H ES S ’ STOCK FOOD.
The H. Shank family, W. R.
YOU’LL HIT THE NAIL ON THE HEAD
Ray and family, Linn Lambert
Elra Gunsaules spent Sun
Doctors Hess and Clark are having hundreds of letters from stoekmen all over the corn belt
if y o u do your lumber and
day with George Ray. i t being that are saving their herds from the ravages of the Hog Cholera Epidemic by feeding Dr. Hess’
buying here. For y o u his birthday.
Stock Tonic, and disinfecting the pens and sleeping quarters with Dr. Hess' Dip and Disinfectant.
will get such fine straight
Mr. Hottinger made a business
Dr. Hess' Stock Food, 30c, 60c, $1.00. Pail, $2.25.
grained, thoroughly seas trip to Salem Monday.
Lee Downing called at the D. Dip and Disinfectant, 50c per can.
oned stuff that not alone
Distemper Cure, 5Cc.
wiJ! a quicker job be as
Feeding Dr. Hess' Stock Tonic is just like applying fer
tilizer to the soil. Fertilizer makes the soil yield; Dr.
Hess' Stock Tonic prakes the digestive organs convert
more feed into growth. Sometimes 50 of the food a
healthy animal eats is found undigested in the manure.
If this were not true, how could we fatten our hogs on
the corn that passes through the other stock undigested?
Feeding medicinal ingredients will reduce this waste.
Every medical writer in the universe says so.
BEAUCHAMP’S DRUG STORE
sured but a better one as
HOP VINES UTILIZED
well. Just think of the
repair bills you will escape A use for hop vines left in the field
Bring in your plans and let us figure together.
after the crop is picked has been found
A bunch of “salesmen” are flooding
the country with a patent reversible,
nonextinguishing, complex acting, tin
plate kitchen range.
Seems funny that people will patro
nize strangers when just as good and
better goods can be bought of the lo
cal merchant, who pays taxes, builds
roads, supports schools, stays at home,
minds his own business and spends
what little he makes i n helping t o
build up the town and country in which
Get wise and compare, compare, be
fore you sign an alluring installment-
plan contract. You will find that tfcc
local man’s price is lower.
Melbourne Evans, reform school fug
itive, paid Stay ton a visit last Friday.
He blew in quietly and quietly blew
out, much to the chagrin of Constable
Smith and Marshall Staab, who were
out in force to corral him.
Evans was located along Mill creek
by Floyd Crabtree and Nello Mack,
who were out hunting. The youth
came to town with the boys, secured a
new outrit ot clotees, and vanished ov
er cemetery ridge.
Wherefore, instead of being where
he should be but refused to stay put,
he is still at large with a nice prospect
of possible wrong doing before him.
by an experimenter at Tacoma, Wash.
He proposes to utilize t h e fiber in
much the same way that flax is used.
A chemical is used to dissolve the veg
etable matter that encloses the fiber
and the latter is then ready to be dried ,
carded, spun a n d made into cloth, j
Practically the same treatment and 1
machinery can be used as in flax man
SHETLAND PONY FREE
Heave Powder, 50c.
Colic Remedy, $1.00
“INSTANT LOUSE KILLER” KILLS LICE.
P O U L T R Y PA N -A -C E -A
is guaranteed to cure poultry ills and make hens lay.
ONE EXTRA EGG WILL PAY FOR ALL THE PAN-
A-CE-A A HEN EATS FOR THREE MONTHS.
ROUP CURE, 50c.
A Shetland pony will oe an attrac
tive prize in the juvenile industrial con
test to be held at the State Fair this
year. It will be awarded to the boy or
girl making the best exhibit of live
stock and is offered by the Portland
Union Stockyards Company. The ex
hibit must consist of at least one trio
or pen, of chickens or ducks, two pigs
and a sheep. There will be many oth E. N. Teague has commenced work
er prizes for which the young farmers on Jos. Korinck’s new house i n the
Richardson Addition. T h e building
will be a typical California bungalow W E W A N T A L L K I N D S O F P R O D U C E
of eight rooms, and will be modern in
The ground floor will contain five
For Sale—My residence and two lots
rooms and will occupy a space 29 x 38$
Geo. Spaniol is giving a ten cent dis
and coki water on both floors, base School children of the state are sign feet, while the upper floor will have
count on every sack of Cook’s Delight hot
ing petitions sent out by the State Su three rooms, one of which will be Joe’s We pay the highest market prices In 8 tayton. If you cannot bring your
flour. Present the post-card you re ment and woodshed. Chas. Price
particular “den.” The inside will be
perintendent of Public Instruction ask finished
ceive at the store of the merchant who
produce in, notify us by phone, and we will send the wagon for It.
ing that the famous battleship Oregon Here’s in hoping
signs it anc get a sack of this new flour
for $1.10. Other mills sell a grade no Dr. Andersen reports a fine 12 pound be placed at the head of the opening tion to the “house warming” that is
STAYTON CASH PRODUCE COMPANY
boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Tate of naval parade through t h e Panama sure t o come when Mr. a n d Mrs.
better for $1.40 per sack.
O. B Trask Manager.
Canal. After being signed by all the Korinek occupy their new home.
John Benedict of Sublimity made a Union Hill on February 22.
school children of the state, the peti
business trip to Stayton today.
will pay you to call at the Drug tion will be returned to Salem and for For This Month Only, I will furnish
J. S. Steinberger and wife of Sub less It Institute
before March 8 th. There warded to President and Congress ear your Optical needs at greatly reduced St. PATRICK and EASTER CARDS are HERE For Sale —My Full Blood Rose Comb
limity were trading with Stayton mer will be a reduction
of 50 per cent until ly in the spring.
Island Reds. Apply at Woolen
prices. Stayton Optical Co.
You should see our St. Patrick and Rhode
8 - 6 x
The Laffoon children who recently
came from the East, are down with Dr. Brewer reports a bouncing baby
W. R. Richardson took advantage of
on the windows of The Bureau Oregon Sunday. We hope -'Shorty 50c each. Beauchamp's Drug Store. Washington’s
boy bc-n t 0 Mr. and Mrs. Adam Schleis signs
Birthday and took a trip
For Sale—Two registered, yearling ’ yesterday,
A representative of the Sanborn In
roan Durham bulls, and several Jersey !
heifers coming fresh soon.
For Sale—Seven tons of land plaster, made a business trip to Stayton yester For Sale—young team of driving rating the city for the Pacific Board of E.
Weddle of Mill City v'sited
J. T. Hunt.
to be had at a reduced figure. Apply day.
folks the first of the week.
Sublimity, Ore. W. A. Weddle, Stayton.
Little Harry Jones is sick with scar-
A Free Hat Given Away a t t h e For Sale—Stock of New and Second
Mrs. A. E. Bradshaw i s visiting For particulars address Box 183,
letina. The family is quarantined and W. L. Freres has been visiting at the home
and Riggs Millinery Opening on Hand Goods. Will sell cheap on ac
it is probable that there will be no home of his sister, Mrs. Lena Trotter,
Saturday, March 1st. Be Sure and count of going cast. Bring in your
spread of the disease.
repairing and upholstering at once'
Mrs. Pritchard of Lyons was in town
The Harmony Club will meet next
Henry F. Smith,
Monday evening at the Morton resi Ladies Don’t Forget the Mack and
E. H. Hobson of Scio visited at
dence at 7:30. All under the age of Riggs’ Millinery Opening, Saturday, Earl Ashly o f Texas returned t o think that one lives in sunny Califor- the Mrs.
twenty who are interested in music are March 1st. Over 350 Latest Style Hats Stayton Wednesday for an extended
will be on Display.
cordially invited to attend.
Dr. W. N. Pintler and Miss Alta
drove to Scio Monday.
David Mangle of Corvallis was shak Dan Doll and wife returned from near losing his house by fire Monday.
ing hands with old Stayton friends yes their
trip this morning.
Paints and Paint Brushes at Beau
Ito y i* f l««<
W. R. Ray and wife of Mt. Pleasant champ’s Drug Store.
J. F. Lau is tearing down the old
Chas. Lampman and Frank I^sley That Mean Comfort
barn behind his Bungalow Studio. It
Antone Fisher of Salem visited at went to Salem Monday. They return
greatly improved the looks of his prop
Wc Have Them For
ed with a now Ford for Mr. I,amp-
the Joe Fisher home yesterday.
John Gilbow and daughter Mrs. Bales
Peter Feidler finished plastering the
BY BUYING YOUR
Mrs. W. E. Thomas went to Port
eight-rooin cottage erected in t h e
Furnished by the Stayton Cash of Aumsville visited with Miss Cora land
Tuesday for an extended visit with
Cramer addition. W e believe that
Bread, Cakes, Pies, this season.
H o w ’s T h is ?
Jephcott’s Dairy wants vetch hay.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re Phone 288, Stayton.
ward for any caso of Catarrh that
For Sale- 6 fresh milch cows, mostly Roosters_______________ 8 to 9 cannot
grade Durham, calves by a registered Mixed Chickens..................... 12$ Cure. be cured by Hall'a Catarrh The subject at the Christian church
Durham Bull. See or phone Frank Geese_________________
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. next Sunday morning will b e “The
Thayer, Scio, Oregon.
3-6x. Ducks_____________________ 14
All our work guaranteed
Wo, tho undcreli-ned, have hnown T. J. Whole World for Christ.” The offer
for the last la years, nnd believe
Turkeys..................................... 17 Cheney
him perfectly honorable In all buelneas ing for foreign Missions will he taken
transactions and financially able to carry at this service and tho new members
John Downing was down from Mill Dressed Turkeys.................... 22 out
any obligation» made by his firm.
City for a short visit the latter part of V eal...................................... |g
NATIONAL DANK O F CO M M EnC E, will be greeted into the fellowship of
Pork..................................... 8 $ to 9
Toledo, O. the church. The subject at the even
H all's Catarrh Cure Is tnlcen Internally, ing service will be "God is Not Mock
THE OPTICIAN -
directly upon tho blood nnd mu
Bakery and Restaurant of Misses
Jennie King and Helen Hunt Corrected Thursdays but subject acting
cous surfaces of tho system . Testimonials ed.” Mrs. Bernice Elder will sing a
■ c.nt free. I>rleo 75 cents p> r bottlo. Sold special song with guitar accompani Stayton - - - - Oregon
near Shaw were stayton visitors to change without notice.
by T a all
IN STAYTON HOTEL ANNEX
k e H ail s la m U y P ills fo r con stipation .
N o t ic e
CHICKENS, DUCKS, GEESE, EGGS
PORK, VEAL LAMBS, AND HIDES
Eyes tested and