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MORE EORDS SOLO
BAKING POW DER
Wm. Harlan and family of Mill City
visited at the Watters home in Stayton
Since lust week’» issue of the Mail,
IVter IVivIrich has sold Fords to C. A
Mrs. Lee Tate and ton Lee are vlait-
l.ulliv of St ay ton. Jack Rnhsnla of inir at the Wm Cladck home in l.eban-
Fern Rul« j and John Smitn of the »» thia we«k.
Waldo Hills. Soon a large per rent of
the farmers will lie riding In their own| NOTICE There will be preaching at
the Baptist church on Sunday, May 24,
morning and evening.
A b s o lu te ly P u r e
The only Baking Powder modo
from Royal Crape Cream ofT artar
Homemade candie» at Brewer’».
Mr». Harvey Shelton and daughter
Kuth and Misa Kunice Woo<la of Jordan
John Mielke, was a Portland visitor
Suyton vi, ltor, Tuom)l,y.
NO A L U M , NO L IM E P H O S P H A T E
John R. Lake, who injured hia eye a
W. E. 'Jhomas w*s ,n *he city a few couple of weeka ago la no better and
days this week.
there ia no hopea for hia eyesight.
"Ben Roy of Portland is visiting home
H. J. Mutachler and wife, C. A.
folks here this week.
Beauchamp and wife, Dr. Pintier and
At Brown’s Machine Shop intentions |
Misa Alta Hobaon were Salem viaitora
are to get the good will of our custo
Geo. Tate and Paul Blakely were Sa Sunday.
mers ami "Good Jobs” is our motto. lem visitors yesterday.
Try us once and tie convinced.
FOR SALE- 2 yearling Jersey bulla,
Wm. Cooper who has been in Eugene also 6 dosen brown leghorn hens.
Ed Smith, Scio, Ore. Rt 1
returned home Monday.
The members of the different tele
phone companies of the Slayton Switch
board Aaa’n are called for a meeting
Saturday May 30 at Stayton, City Hall
at 2 p. m. The purpose of said meet
ing is to sign up papers and by laws of
Incorporation and to consider plans for
a central building and any other busi
Third street was thrown open to the
ness that may come before the meet
All persons having a claim agains t use of the public yesterday.
W. E. Christman.
the Third Street improvement between
the Salem and Stayton ditches, hand
FOR SALE—Sawed oak posta.
same to the committee on or before U h
Harry Chriaman, Scio, Ore.
MORE FIRST PICKS sold than any
Saturday May 23. E. Roy, Treasurer.
other brand o f cigars in Stayton.
LOST—A silver bar pin with Greek
There’s s reason—several of them—
they’re hand-made, home made and
Dr. Brewer of Salem is in town to letters “ Beta Theta Pi." Reward,
J. W. Mayo.
Mrs. F. H. Downs, Misses Maud«
Hollister and Nina Hendcrshott are at
tending Grand Ixxige in McMinnville
EL E. Cooper and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Spillman, Mr. and Mrs. Miller and Mira
Hasel Allen motored over from Salem
WANTED—A furnished house be
tween now end June let. Apply at
the SUyton Electric Light office for
In last week's ad we had some of the Portland
Mail Order houses' prices.
We are always ready to go into
the matter and give you figures.
When anyone questions our ability to sell as
cheap or cheaper than the mail order houses there is only
one answer to make.
This is. an invitation to them to compara our
E. Roy end family, FoirestMack and
family, E- C. Titua and mother and
Miss Cora Cooper motored to Albany
V. J. Svancara and children l*tt yea-
terday for Tobias Nebraska. If is sale
on the 16th was well attended and good
Mrs. W. B. Allia accidentally ran a
needle in her arm on Tuesday of this
week. Dr. Beauchamp cut out the
FOR RENT:—6 room house and aix
lota on Water St. Inquire of S. H.
pric-es and to make us prove what we say.
When we say we can meet or beat retail mail
order prices we know what we are talking about.
be business suicide and the worst kind of folly for us to
make such representations and then be unable to make good
Every time we failed to .make good with a custom
Frank Gehien of Toppeniah Washing
ton and John Gehien and wife of Port
land visited home folks in Stayton the
first of the week
Mr». Chat. Shaffer and Miaa Bertha
| Shaffer of Linn county and Miaa Alta
Archambeau of Portland were trading
I with Stayton merchants Tuesday.
er on a thing of this kind we would probably lose him.
So dont take our word for it when we say we
can save you money--come in and try us.
it,then we are the losers.
If we cant prove
The risk is all ours and you
have nothing to lose by giving us a chance.
A FAIR WARNING
Mrs. James Taylor and children left
Saturday for Astoria, Ore.
O n e T h a t S h o u ld B e H e e d e d By
S ta y to n R e s id e n t,
J . W. Mayo was in Portland a few
days on business this week.
Quite a h a i l storm -passed
through Jordan valley one day Frequently the first sign of kidney
last week. Hail fell as large as trouble is a slight ache or pain in the Eat Hazelwood ice cream for sale on
loins. Neglect of this warning makes ly at the Brewer Drugstore.
the way easy for more serious troubles
Fred Jones and wife of Scio visited
Dr. Korinek made a business —dropsy, gravel, Bright’s disease.
the F. i. Jones home Sunday.
trip to Jordan Tuesday.
sign. Weak kidneys generally grow
Harvey Shelton and Peter weaker and delay is often dargerous.
Junguirth- went to Albany one Residents of this locality place reliance
in Doan’s Kidney Pills. This tested
day last week.
remedy has been used in kidney trou
W. N. Brotherton and family ble over 50 years- is recommended all
were Lyons visitors Saturday.
over the civilized world. Read the fol
The Lyons ball team played Mrs. C. E. Cheney, Corvallis, Ore
ball against Jordan Sunday. Jor gon. says: "One of my family had at
dan comming out victorious.
tacks of backache. He was often laid
up for two or three days at a time. It
Eunice Woods, Mrs. Harvey he got his feet wet or caught cold, he
Shelton and daughter went to was sure to suffer from pain in the
small of his back. The kidney secre
tions were scanty and unnatural. His
Johnnie Shelton has purchased work required much heavy lifting and
a new buggy.
I think this was responsible for the
Reading about Doan’s Kidney
Lealand McDonald and Clifford
Pills, I got a box for him. They im
Trask of Mill City were visitors proved his condition in every way.
in Jordan the last of last week. 1 They were just the remedy he needed.”
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don’t sim
C. O. Nott and wife returned home ply ask for a kidney rem edy-get
from Silver Creek Fall Monday.after a Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that
two week’s visit at the John Kimsey Mrs. Cheney reccommtnds. Foster-
home. John Kimsey and Will Neal ac Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
companied them home.
DR. J. W. VOGEL
W. FI. Hobson and wife, J. P. Davie
K id Mrs. • Fanny Crabtree were dele-
Regigterea Specialist for refraction
gates from the l.O.O F’. and JRebekah >nd defects of , he Eye wiM make rejf„.
Lodges from this city to Grand Lodge lar trips to Stayton every 30 to 60 days
held in McMinnville this week.
Watch for dates.
Luster Sandman and family left for
South Bend,Washington last Saturday.
1 ney will stop in Portland for a few
voting Pure bred Jersey
day’s visit with Mrs Sandman’s sister r ( Three good
One fresh, two fresh soon. El-
Stella Mrs. Grsrft Murphy acc« mp I-1 cows. O
crible to registration. All first class
a ¡ied them as far as the Oregon me " i gihle
M. H. Titus, Kingston.
Miss Mary Reiger went to Portland
yesterday for an extended visit.
We will meet
Patent Leather and
Baby Doll Pumps,
Patent Leather $2.50
LA N C EFIELD ’S
nothing like a day of Ford freedom.
its cost is well within your
your Ford to-day.
Five hundred dollars Is the price of the FOlft) runabout;
the touring car ia five fifty; the town car seven fifty — f. o. b.
Detroit, complete with equipment. Get catalogue and par-(
P. Deidrich, Stayton,
Agent for Stayton, Sublimity, Aumavllle,
Stayton, Mehama and Mill City territory.
Misa Jessie Thomas of Silver Creek
Dr. E. F. Reamer, Specialist In dis
visited friends i n Stayton Saturday eases o f the Eye, Ear. Nose a n d
Throat and the fitting of Glasses. 140
Hainan Shelton of Lyons died Tues Masonic Temple 8alem. Oregon.
day of this week at Albany. The fu
neral was held at the former place to John Bertram an old resident of Mill
day under the direction of the Masonic City died yesterday of cancer cf th<>
stomach. He leaves a wife ami two
The funeral was hold today.
Adolph Heater and family of the
Waldo Hill« visited at the J. W. Mcrri-
Mrs. Carrie Beauchamp and son llar-
fietd home Monday. Mrs. Merrifield
and daughter returned with them for a J vey are here from Portland for the
I summer. Hsrvey passed his first ex-
! srnination for pharmacist a short time
T. B. Riggs and family visited In
Sweet Home over the week-end. Mrs.
Dr. A. F. Pet «el and wife and T L,
A. W. Cornish accompanied them to
her home in that city sfter a week’a t Flay of Portland viaited with Wm. Pet*
| /.el Sunday.
stay in Stayton.
W all Paper
Until very recently it has been necessary for people
of discriminating taste, living in small communities, to go to
the larger cities for exclusive wall decorations. This condi
tion of affairs has now been overcome. We carry on hand
large samples of an exclusive decorative line. All selections
from this line can be filled in 24 to 48 hours after ordering.
We also carry a large stock of wall paper on hanl at all times
We nave remnant patteins, enough for small rooms at
5c per double roll
Standard Stock Patterns, new and latest designs, suitable
for any room in the house at from
10c to 45c per double roll
STAYTON HOUSEFURNISHING CO.
Manufacturers of Blankets, Dress Goods, Wool Batts and
Mattresses. Will make mattresses iron your own wool.
Any of our products sold retail at the Mills.
Get our prices
Wool Growers Attention
Thomas Mayo Co,
Land Open for Enlarged Homesteada.
AT REDUCED PRICES
J. B. Grier helped get out the official
The secretary of the Interior haa
count of Marion county this week.
designated for enlarged homestead en
try 900,000 acres of land In small
C. O. Crawford and wife spent Sun tracts, scattered all over eastern Ore
day at the Kimsey home near Mehama. gon. The largest designations are In
the Deschutes and John Day valleys.
He also designated 170,000 acres In
Asotin and Okanogan counties, Wash-
Oxfords and Pumps
Wilbur Woolen Mills Co.
Mail Order House
Joe Schwindt and wife o f Jordan
were here on business yesterday.
Have you tried the Ford cure?
shut-in feeling—for that roaming
We will pay the Highest Price for your wool at the
Mills. We use this in our business, and do not buy
on commission for the Broker. We will furnish you
New Wool Sacks Gratis if we buy your wool
We are in the market at all times. Come and see
us and get the bgst price for your wool.
JO H N P. WILBUR, Mg'r,
N e w Com m ercial Hotel
C ULL0M, Prop.
London Consul-General Dead.
London.—John L. Griffiths, the
American consul-general at London,
died suddenly at hia residence of heart
O. P. Hoff Is nominated for labor
commissioner, Frank J. Miller for rail
road commissioner, John II. Lew la for
state engineer and Relph E. Williams
for national committeeman on the re
On the democratic ticket H. M. Es-
terly is the chosen national commit
It Is probable that Samuel Evans, of
Klamath Falls, has re :elved the dem
ocratic nomination for congress in the
Canal To Open Soon.
Panama.—Plans are being matured
under the instruction of Oovnrnor
Goethala to put a Panama railroad
steamer through the canal within 10
Best of Service To AH
Commercial Trade a Specialty
Cafe I)e Luxe
Hot and Cold Water Baths
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