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IS TO ORGANIZE
Having rented my place, I will sell at my place the
Willing Ranch, 4 1-2 mi. East o f Sublimity and 7 mi.
Northeast o f Stayton, the following described property
to the highest bidder:
One heavy wagon
One Land roller
One Fern cutter
One U. S. Cream separator
One Set work harness
Log chains, forks, spades,
and other small tools
I r K I T IO
n i l
u A liL T “
in te re s t fr o m d a te .
S u m s o f $ 1 0 a n d u n d e r , ca sh ;
o v e r $ 1 0 , o n e y e a r ’ s tim e
g i v e b a n k a b le n o te at 8 %
g iv e n ,
p u rc h a ser
b a k in g
p o w d ers,
co o k ed -u p
c e r t if ic a t e s ,
fa ls e h o o d s
In the passing o f the venerable F X.
Matthieu, we are again reminded o f a
man, who has served his time and
country with honor, simplicity, and
diginity. In showing honor and respect
to his memory we are doing only a
small part o f our duty.
Therefore, be itreeolved by the Stu
dent Body o f the Stayton High School,
that wa extend to Miss Theo Matthieu
our sympathy fo r the I o m ahe has sus
tained in the death o f her grandfather,
F. X. Matthieu.
Realising that no
eulogy o f ours can add to the bright
ness o f his fame, we leave It shining
Royal Baking Powder
has been found by fhe o ffi
cial examinations to be of tbe
highest le a v e n in g efficien cy,
free Irom alum, and of absolute
pu rity and w holesom eness.
B a k in g
Compare Thomas-Mayo prices with
Catalogue prises on Garden Seeds.
is in d is p e n s a b le
The Stayton Electric Light C« , has
Phillip Glover, who has been under
the westher for some time is improv s new complete »lock o f up-to-date
wiring, fixtures and supplies.
You can't beat our pricea on Mu .da
P. Ilersslefen and w ife o f the Waldo lampa!
From I f to to W
Hills spent Wednesday at tho Mielko
Cut your m eter bill and get more
It is reported that Smith and Schott
o f this city have bought tho Sublimity light.
C. R ueltgers o f Linn county bought
a new Van Brunt drill o f P. Dcidrich
Grandpa Ilurson Is still very low.
Mrs. I). Townes o f Mt. Pleasant was
in town yesterday.
Rev. Summerlin closed tl.e revival at
Norman Davie vielte«! in Mill City a
the Methodist church Monday night o f
few dayu last week.
at the Andrew Rauscher home last Sun this week.
day in honor o f Miss Annie Rauscher.
(■urden Seeds in Bulk.
About seventy young people were in Smoke First Picks—
Prices at Thomas-Mayo’s.
the gathering and the time passed only
too quickly in games and a delicious
The best o f the orop.
A nice new lot o f shelf paper now in
lunch until the time came for all to
at Beauchamp’s Drug Store.
depart for their homes, wishing Miss
Geo. Flake and fam ily o f Alberta.
Annie many returns o f the day.
Canada are visiting at the Joe. Fisher
E. E. Woods le ft for Salem Tuesday.
home this week.
He will be back in a few daya.
There was a surprise birthday party
No property to be removed until settled for.
John Willing, Owner
Last week Herman Marking moved
The authorities o f Lebanon raided an
to the Adam Schleis farm in Linn
Why not have your umbrella repair
county. There ia 80 acres In the place, [ O w l’s N est last week and secured live ed in Stay ton! Umbrellas recovered—
It (the booze) was samples to select from. F. Silhavy’ a
enough to keep Herman going most o f , barrels o f booze.
the time. Wm. Cladek now occupies dumped on the city rubbish heap after Wagon and Repair Shop. W ater St.
the bottles had been broken.
the Marking home in Stayton.
F o r a strengthening,
Mrs. Hattie Deiders and children re-
turrefTto their home in Portland Sat- spring tonic, take Rexall beef, iron and
ft r an extended visit at the wine.
Dr. Beauchamp reports a boy born
to Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schmidt o f Sub
Mrs. I. C. Smalltnan, daughter o f limity Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thomas left Port
land for Los Angeles Calif. She went
Strayed—A brown yearling heifer,
south for her daughter’s health.
Jersey. Strayed from the Stowell place
Eye shades, eye baths and other
helps for sensitive eyes at Beauchamps
Kennedy and Davis o f Salem *calci-
Tailor, mined the interior o f the Thomas-Mayo
building Store the first o f the week.
Carpet and Rug W ea vin g—2nd house
East of Spaniel’s Mill, Stayton.
Mrs. E. McRae
Miss Pearl Doke o f Albany and A r
nold Funk o f Corvallis spent the week
FOR S A L E —First class red clover
end visiting in Stayton. They also at seed. Call or phone P. T. Etzel, Stay-
tended the class Alumni held here Sat ton Oregon.
hn Henkel, The Stayton
oved his shop into the Freres
to-day. The location is the‘old
Mail office just west o f the
Roy Michelbook who is attending
A quilting party was held at the Jno. school at the O. A . C. spent the week
Kerbe- home Tuesday.
.Those from end at the Matthieu home.
-oM ! t wR.
were Mrs. E i
Quite a crowd o f farmers visited the
S. P. Demonstration train o n t h e
Woodbun.-Springfield line last week.
Frank McKay and fam ily o f Albany
have moved to Stayton.
Mr. M cKay
LO S T—A breast pin in Stayton Jan
will Work for Ststak and Thomas. The
; ewe m, r« will live in the Roy Bursnn uary 21, finder please leave at Mail
office. Mrs. W. E. Chrisman. 2-l2x
. .he weal part o f town.
Cooperative Store Burnt.
Redmond.— Fire swept the plant of
the Farmers' Cooperative Warehouse
company here, doing damage estimat
ed to be in excess of 412,000. Insur
ance w ill cover about $8000 of this
loss, but valuable contents of tbe
etructure were unprotected.
F R E E —Access to good stock barn
with plenty o f g o o i oats straw. Cattle
75c per month. J. T. Follis. Kingston,
Mrs. J. M. Ringo entertained friends
at a dinner Wednes ay evening in hon
or o f Mrs. W. C. Parry o f Orland
i C alif rm .
W ill Film North Umpqua.
Roseburg.— Tw o camera operators
S. H. f ’ eltzel ami w ife are rejoicing
fror i a California motion picture com-
v. accompanied by a guide, left over tl.e rri al ■ f a ne baby virl at
. eb 1 . I t . Hemchamp is
burg for a trip up the North Ump- their ho
T'i;' river forestry trail as far as Caps i . «Aten ance.
e l, to take views of that d istrict
Grave of Aaahai Bush Guarded.
Stato o f Ohio, «Sty o f Toledo, I . .
Salem.— Fearing that ghouls would j
Frank J. Cheney makes oatli that bo Is
attempt to steal the body o f tho late senior partner ' t the tirm o f F. J. Cheney
A Co., «loins buslneau In the City o f T o
h a millionaire banker, ledo. Coumy and Stato aforesaid, and
t tor ransom, relatives have that sold firm will pay the sum o f ONK
HUNlJRETJ D O LLA R S for each and ev
d a watch by day and night to ery rase o f Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the uso o f H A L L 'S C A T A R R H CURL.
be placed at tbe vault.
F R A N K J. C H E N E Y .
Docen Beets Y/-lgh 147 Founds.
Cottage Grove.—A dozen mangel
beets that tip the scales at 147 pounds
have been raised by J. M. MeDole as
an Indication of tbe possibilities o f
Cottage Grove soil.
The Ladies in this Town are Simply Going Wild
o v e r H a r m o n y H a i r B e a u t if ie r .
A n ti n o w on d er, becau se to m n kc
t h e h a i r lu s t r o u s , s o f t a n d s i l k y w e b e l i e v e t h e r e ’ s n o t h i n g e ls e —
a n d w e s e ll a b o u t a ll t h e v a r io u s h a i r p r e p a r a t io n s m a d e — t h a t a n y
w h e r e n e a r c o m e s u p t o H a r m o n y H a i r B e a u t if ie r .
a n y on e o f th e m a n y w om en
s h e ’ l l t e l l y o u s h e “ l o v e s ” it .
t h is t o w n
w h o u se i t —
J u s t l o o k a t h e r h a ir , a n d y o u ’ ll c o m e
t o u s a u d g e t s o m e y o u r s e lf .
Is just what its name implies.— Just to make the hair glossy, lustrous, more
beautiful.— Just to make it easier to dress, and more natural to fall easily and
gracefully into the w avy lines and folds of the coiffure.
It leaves a delightful fresh and cool effect, and a lingering, delicate perfume.
Will not change or darken the eolor. Contains no oil; therefore doesn’t leave the
hair sticky or stringy. Simply sprinkle a little on your hair each time before
brushing it. But first, make sure that your hair and scalp arc clean, by using
— A liquid shampoo to keep the hair clean, soft, smooth and lieautiful. It gives
an instantaneous, rich, foaming lather, penetrating to every part o f the hair and
scalp. It is washed off just as qfliekly, the entire operation taking only a few
.— Just a refreshing sense of cool, sweet
cleanliness.— Just a dainty, pleasant and clean fragrance.
— Both in odd-shaped ornamental bottles, with sprinkler tops.
Both are guaranteed to please you, or your money back.
It Icares no lumps or stickiness
T h ese Stage Beauties Endorso Th em
There is no class of women who know l>eUer how to diacriminate in Ihe tine of thing! to make
them more !>eautifiil th in actrennet. Among the man/ celebrated atago larautiea who uaeand
enthusiastically praise both liiru.ouy Hair Beautifier and Harmony Shampoo are:
LAU R E TTE TA YLO R
ETHF.I, RARRYM ORE
Star in "Tante," Empire TUuatcr, New York.
Star ln "A Strenge Women," Lyoauin, New
Ster in "Peg o' U / lleert,” Cork Tbeeter, New
N A T A IJ E A L T
Hur in "Adele,” Longncre Theater, New York.
Ster in "Poteah end Perlmutter,- O. M. Cohen
Tbeeter, New York.
Sold only at the more then 7000
SUr In “ Pine Peetbere.” now touring the United
Ours Is the
Store In this Town
BEAUCHAMP’S DRUG STORE
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
m y presence, this 6th day o f December,
A . D. 1SS6.
A. W . OLEASON,
N otary Public.
H all’s Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
and acts directly upon tho blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
F. J. C H E N E Y A CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Ball's Pemilr PUls for rooetication.
a n y k in d , c a n c h a n g e t h e fa c t th a t
f o r m a k i n g fin e s t a n d m o s t e c o n o m i c a l f o o d .
3c/c d is c o u n t fo r c a sh o n s u m s o v e r $1 0 .
Invitations are out fo r a Valentine
Party at the C. H. Brewer home.
doubt there are other parties o f a simi-
l«r nature to be held on jolly St. Valen-
n o ju g
RESOLUTIONS OF CONSOLATION
FREE LUNCH AT NOON !
p e d d le r s o f a lu m
g l i n g w i t h c h e m i c a l s , o r p r e t e n d e d a n a ly s is ,
A ll interested are invited and urged
attend the Parent Teachers H ir e l i n g to
be held in the Opera House Friday
evening, February 20.
Several good speakers have been en
gaged. Their names will be announced
Sale commences at 10 a. m.
5 Cows coming fresh
2 2-yr-old heifers
2 Yearling heifers
All but two of these are Grade
4-yr-old Reg. Holstein Bull
2-yr-old grade bull
Shoats, wt. about 60 lb each
5 Dozen chickens
N o a m o u n t o f im s r e p r c s c n t a t io n b y t h e
ATTEND THE PARENT-
Thurs. Feb. 19
The Fact Remains
Everyone, ladiea and all art* invited
to iM « t at the City Hall Monday ovon-
w g at 8 o ’clock to help oriianiaa a
Stayton Developem .nt League. t h e
purpoM o f which is to "P u t Stayton on
the n<ap." Come.