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FLINT STONES W ER E SCARCE.
THE ST AVION MAIL
Published every Thursday by
K . M .O l m s t k i »
Entered as second class matter at the
postoffice at Stavton, Marion, county,
Oregon, under the act o f Congress o f
March 3, 1379.
Give the L IT T L E FOLKS a Right Good
The Opportunity lus Never been Better, as you
have the advantage of having the
SUBSCRIPTIONS. SI.SO per year
Address all communications to
THE,ST A Y TON MAIL
5 -1 0 -1 5 -2 5 C
H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M.D.
from which to select your gifts.
Physician and Surgeon
Can You Refuse
STA Y TON.
1 ime this
to gladden the hearts ot the Little Folks on Xmas Morn ?
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
P H Y SIC IA N
VISIT THIS STORE
and you will answer N O !
S ta y to n . O regon
Stanley A. Starr
Wilbur N. Pintler, D.M.D.
Office Over Stayton State Bank
Stav ton. Ore
6. F. KORINEK, V. S , 6. V. Sc
HEED THE WARNING
Many Stayton People Have Done So.
When the kidneys are weak they
Treats all domestic animals,
alsc give unmistakable warnings t h a t
applies the Tuberculin test.
should not be ignored.
the urine and treating the kidneys up*
O ffice a t Stay ton S ta bles
j on the first sign o f disorder, many days
. . .
! o f suffering may be saved. Weak kid
' neys usually expel a dark, ill-smelling
! urine, full o f “ brickdust” sediment
and painful in passage. Sluggish kid
neys often cause a dull pain in the
j small o f the back, headaches, dirxv
J. M. RINGC— F. M. SHOOK
spells, tired, languid feelings and fre-
quent rheumatic twinges.
Doan’ s Kidney Pills are for the kid-
I neys only; tney help weak kidneys to
rid the blood o f uric poison.
! no better recommended remedy.
Read the statement that follows:
Mrs. E. E. White, 303 N. Seventeeth
|St., Corvallis, Oregon, says: "M y back
and kidneys troubled me for quite
Abstract* and Probate Work a Specialty
awile. Another o f our family had had
Office Over Deidrich’s Hardware Store. ! good results from Doan’s Kidney Pills
and I decided to try them. They were
just what I need ai d rid me o f kidney
j trouble in a short lime. There has not
1 been a sympton o f t h e complaint
L A 1 r.R and NOTARY PUBLIC
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don’ t sim*
S. H. HELTZEL
Our War Office Had to Advertiee Per
Them In 177«.
"The war office culle ninni all per
eolia who know where filili storne can
I h > sismi red to notify congre*«.”
Was there might of prophecy In till*
brief ap|ieal printed four day* after
the rlgning o f the Declaration o f Inde
A copy o f the Pennsylvania Packet
contains the advertisement. The news-
paper hem-* date of July S. 177'L aud
In (lie same column explains that the
(lints are lo he usisi for ritte*. Ami
without the old flintlock there would
I have Inn'll no American Independence
I at least not for many more year*
I after the Boston tea party. If Indeed
tho colonials unarmed could have mu*
' tcivil up courage to dump the lead
! Ilmsl boxes Into the hay.
Further perusal of the old new*
! paper shows Jamaica rum nml sugar
were offered for sale by the hogshead.
*a reward o f $il was offered for the re
turn of a borse that had strayed*!! way
I from the range, and a woman who had
lost two cows rushed Into print with
j the statement that the Individual who
would lead the bovines home again
would ln> remunerated to the extent of
Sheriff's sales occupy a column and
: » half and the Packet'* publisher takes
»(nice to announce "advertisement* are
I thankfully received." adding that "un
less subscribers pay their back dues
A Girl With Grit.
A spirited girl went Into the employ at 10 wnta a copy It wltl I k * Impossible
o f a man known as one o f the prince* to continue publication after nuother
o f Philadelphia business
••I wish to l>o your stenographer,” sho
said "But you don’t know how to
write shorthand." exclaimed the aston Com* forth, com* forth, to th* f**tal
ished business prime "No.” replied
A* our sir«* wer* wont in th* day*
the girl, "out I shall know how In
thirty d a y s" "I f you can write sev
enty five words a minute Inside o f a Th* reaper* ara home with thair har
v e s t hoard,
i "iitli the Job Is yours." was the an
Th* h*rda hava hiad to thair wintry
swrr from the trade chieftain.
W hen the test came at the end o f the And th* cubera of fruit our vaulta
month the girl wrote not only sev
enty -five but ninety words In a min
With tho wealth of tho orchard**
fraight of gold.
ute, and she got the Job. which has de
— Hannah E. Q. Aray.
veloped into a sort o f confidential sec
retaryship and lasted for more than
twenty-five years A business prlneo
Uhl you every try that tailor I re©-
whom all Philadelphia honors told this
story himself.—Philadelphia ledger.
em mended to yottT”
"Yes Too expensive. Got two eultn
from liliu-one drees suit, one lawwult"
—St Lout* Post-Dispatch.
H oyt ' s This?
W o o£T'r Cuo IlusJri J Dollars Ro-
ward for a cy ca.vo c f Catarrh that
?aaaot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & C > . Toledo. O.
We, tUj un.hr igr.c 1. 1 • known F. J.
Cheney for the li t In year*, nnj believe
' tm p rfectly ho:> r b!o hi all business
transactions amt flnan-lnllr ablo to carry
sut ary obligations mar • by U j firm.
n a t io n a l d a n k o i c m m e h c e .
Congo«- tious Attention Given to ali 1 ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
TTaü’s Catarrh Curo Is t i ’;<*n Internally,
directly upon tho blood and mu*
Doan's Kifir.ey Pills—the same that teting
‘ous surfaces c f tho system. Testimonial»
, Mrs. White had.
Foster-Milbuin Co , lent free. I’ricn 75 cents per buttle. Sold
ly all Pru-T'-lsts.
Office Room No. 6, Roy Bldg.
| Props.. Buffalo, N. Y.
T a k e H a ll's F a m ily P ills to r c o a s t i p a t l o i .
V . A. GOODE
And Very Light In W eig h t
A mother Is ulwnys seeking a good
mutch for her daughter, yet a good
match Is often merely a cheap stick
with a head on one end o f I t —Cincin
nati Times Star
Mrs. C rnw ford-W hy don't you ask
your husband's advice?
shawr I intend to. my dear. Just a*
soon a« I've mndc up my mind what
|'|l do lodge
Th* Swiaa Want a New National Hymn.
Switzerland Is seeking a now ua-
tlotml hymn in itlar* of "Bufat du.
Mein Yateihmd." which 1* sung to the'
tune o f "My Country. 'TIs o f Thee," end
Mind Save the K i n g " It la said that
there Is some Intention of adopting a
patriotic song beginning "H ell dir.
Mein Soli weUiWland." hut wrhethor
lids Is to he aung to the sum« tuns or
a new one Is to 1st evolved ta not yet
Loomis Roaaell, Wallace and Nelln
Mack returned Saturday from t h e
mountain* where they were trapping.
Mrs. Will Mania aud Miaa Brenner
o f Mt. Pleasant visited with Mr*. Kat
ie Lonswsy and Mr*. Martin Tuesday.
Buy a l«ix o f First Pick cigar* for ■
Xmaa present for dad or brother. Hand
made a n d homemade hy J. J. Lam
Dog* of War.
Shakespeare'* well known line In
H. Lilly was s Salem visitor Sunday.
Julius CncMar, "Let »lip the doge o f Ills wife accompanied him home. Mrs.
oar.'' has now practical ns well as fig Lilly ha* keen in the hospital the p >«t
urative meaning, for lioth tho French
and German armies have war dog*,
'les chiens militaire«" nod "die krlege-
Andrew Rauscher and family »pent
I'linde." as they are respectively called,
» hh h are trained to act as scouta, car Thanksgiving at tho Frank Raus her
ri dispatches ami help to succor the home In Sublimity. Dinner was aerved
sou tided.-London Chronicle.
by Mi»* The rata.
Japan'* Famous Taahouto.
Tho Thanksgiving Dinner held at the
A* a part o f Ita display at th* Paga-
Kingston church last Thor* lay was a
am Pacific International cxpoaltlon Ja
succosa. The proceed* will go tow ml
pan will bring the materiata fur a
beautiful building that will be a ro building a shod at the church.
production of the famous teahouse at
KlnkakeJI, more than I.UUO year* ohi, Christa** Postals—
nml one of tho moat exquisito exam
ples of Jnpuncac architecture In ex
Mrs. Sarah Cox returned from Jor
dan Valley Saturday.
Mr. and Mr*.
Four Footed Poultry.
A certain old until In the Wy no hope ThursUm Thomas sccompanied h e r
settlement named Blckley wa* exceed home for a few day* visit, returning
lugly fond of "big word*.” Ho wna Monday.
riding hi* horse over the country one
bright «prlng day, apparently Intent oil
W. J. Hewitt and family ate dinner
aotno Important business
at tho T. L. Sander* home Sundav.
Whenever he met anybody lie grave
ly asked: "H ave you k oc ii anything of Mr*. Hewitt and Mr*. Sander* birth
any «tray |Miultry today? I’ve lost day* happen to fall on that day, h*ncw
mine and am limiting It." When they tho occasion.
told him “ No" he would proeevxl on Ilia
Dr. Beauchamp report* two birth»
After spending several hours lu what thi* week, a boy, Nov. 26 to Mr. aud
seemed to lie a vain search be at last Mr*. Claude B. McCully o f Aumavill*
rode up to tho door of a farmhouse and
and a girl, Nov. 80 to Mr. and Mr*. G.
culled. "H ello!" A Indy came to the
door. and. doffing Ills hat very (silltely. A. Berry o f Lyon*.
tho old man Inquired If she hud "no
ticed nny stray poultry around?"
After a moment's thought the worn-
sn told him she had seen no chickens.
"Oh." he replied. "It * my hog* that
I’ ve lost, not my chickens."—Youth*
Armenian P***ant Life.
Among the Armenian ihmimiu U the
old patriarchal system prevail*. The
entire family o f n »core or two of
lieople of several generations llvoe
beneath a single roof. Together both
men and women till the fields lu s
primitive manner, and when the grain
is ripe, they take n sheaf to the road
side that the passing stranger may
give a prcscut nml thus bless the crop
Their houses are o f stone roughly laid
or o f ruud. or frequently they are half
underground, and from a distance their
domelike roof* resemble the mounds
of a prairie dog settlem ent—Christian
Mr*. G. C. Ewen returned to her
home in Portland Friday after a two
week*’ visit with home folk* here. Her
.mother, Mr*. F. M. Korinek accom
panied her home for a few weeks.
M. J. Crabtree a n d wife »pent
Thanksgiving w i t h Mr*. Crabtree's
parents who live near Salem.
Lena Matten, sister o f Mr*. Crabtree,
and Mr. J. G. Lauterbark returned
! with them end spent the week-end
THE PLACE TO EAT
Short Orders at all hour*. Every
thing clean, neat and juat at you want
SUGAR $5.80 a Sack !
For the month of December we are going to meet Jones Cash Store or Rice & Phelan prices on their conditions— That is; at the present market we will sell you a sack of sugar
for $5.80 Spot Cash F.O.B. Stayton, or $5.50 F.O.B. Portland. These prices only apply with a $5. order of our mdse, not including sugar. Only one sack to a customer.
We have a very complete line of Toys, China, Fey Glassware and all kinds of practical gifts for everyone. O u r
prices are exceptionally low this year and our stock is the largest locally, consequently the cheapest in price.
Dry Goods For Practical Gifts- *
Sweaters Reduced 2 5 i/o .
Also a Few Girls Cloaks, I Equally Reduced.
Grocery Specials for December-
FOR T H E M O N T H OF
Buy from us and save freight. W e are in position to
sell at exceptionally good prices and are giving you the
benefit. Compare our prices with Jones or Rice
New crop 1914 raisins.
The best of fresh stock.
10 pounds 90c
1 pound 15c
Buy from us and Save Freight.
5 pounds 63c
Fancy Seeded R a i s i n s ...........................................................9c pk
Fancy C u r r a n t s .......................................................................12c pack
A Few Boys’ Suits Left, Reduced
Compare our prices with Jones or Rice & Phelan.
We will sell a 45c can of Golden West Coffee for 35c
As advertised from Dec. 7 to 14, 1914
TH ESE PRICES ARE N O T G U A R A N TE E D
LONGER T H A N IAN U A R Y 1st 1915.
Manchurian W a l n u t s ........................................................ 17c
Almonds 5 pounds f o
Pecans 5 pounds f o
Bulk Coffee—Fresh Roasted and ground to your
order while you wait.
Guatamala S p e c i a l ........................................................
Our best Mocha and Brazilian Blend
35c in Bulk
German American Steel Cut in Cans
Maco Steel Cut
Golden W e s t ..................................................................................... 40c
Santos F a n c y .......................................................................
5 pounds 48c
Umbrellas Reduced 2 0 °/c.
r ........................................................ $ 1 .2 0
Pinhead Gun P o w d e r ........................................................ 50c
I m p e r i a l .........................................................
Extra Fancy Spider leg
5 Boxes f
r .................................................................................... 15c
Cranberries 15c quart or 50c a gallon
Fresh Roasted Peanuts 5 lbs for 45c
Piano Contest Votes Given At This Store
2 1-2 Can Clearbrook Peaches
T H O M A S-M A Y O Company, Stayton, Ore.