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THE STAYTON M AIL
Norman Davie waa in Salem Sunday.
DAMES AND DAUGHTERS.
Published every Thursday by
Mt*a Nellie P. Carter o f Boston pays
$42.5*1 ns her tax on personal proper
K . M . O l m s t k ii
ty worth $2.433.500
Or. t.tlllau Herald South, head o f the
Entered as second class matter at the Kentucky stale tMicterlological inborn
post office at Sta.vton, Marion, county, lory nt Bowling Green. Is said to l>e
Ore Ron, under the act o f Congrcsa o f the only woman to hold the Important
posltiou o f state bacteriologist
March 3, 1879.
Mrs. Atny D. Wtnablp, who, at the
age o f eighty three, completed a four
SL BSCKIPTIOSS. SI.SO per year
years' course at the University o f W is
Address all communications to
consin Inst June, says that she finds tu
TH E JS TA Y TO N M A IL
study the host means o f keeping
yonug. and she has accordingly plan
ned a three years' course In graduate
work at various universities.
Mile. He Selllgny, member o f one of
Physician and Surgaon
the foremost families tu France, found
two wounded soldiers lu the ruins dur
OREGON ing the bombardment o f Seulia. She
got a donkey and cart, hoisted the
wounded men tuto It unaided and, de
spite bursting shells, marched thirty
miles beside the doukey to the nearest
H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M .D .
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
P H Y S IC IA N
S t a y t o
. O regon
During the |>ast fiscal year. July 1.
1913. to Juue 30, 1014, 57.702 acres o f
land In the national forests In Califor
nia were listed to 510 applicants un
der the forest homestead laws,
Texas, the largest of all the states
tn area and fifth In the number o f In
habitants. milks nineteenth In the val
ue o f Its mineral production, accord
ing to the United States geological sur
vey. In 1911 it ranked twenty-third.
Illinois was third among the states
of the Union in 1913 In the value of
Its mineral production. The state owes
Its prominence as u mining state chief
ly to Its importance as a producer of
coal and |>etroleum and to the devel
opment o f Its clay working Industries.
W ilbur N. Fintier, D.M.D.
Office O ver Stayton State Bank
6. F. KORINEK, V. S. B. V. Sc.
all domestic animals,
applies the Tuberculin test.
Office at Stayton Stables
. . . .
O R EG O i
S. H. HELTZEL
Nothing succeeds like being prepared
N O T A R Y PUBLIC
IN PREMIUM CONTEST
George Thomas visited in Corvallis a
few dava last week.
T. U. Riggs and Jas.
pod plaies last week.
Below is the f t muling o f the Con
testants in the Premium contest at tile
Russell awap- count today, Jan. 14.
L. C. Payne, w ife and daughter went
to Portland fo r a visit.
Hack For Sale —See C. E.
the Baker, Stayton, Ore.
John K in ti o f Sublimity was a busi*
ness visitor here Monday.
FOR S A L E
Wm. Tate o f the Waldo Hills wss in
t iwn on business Tuesday.
Mrs. Dora Shreve was an Albany
visitor a few days last week.
H. L. W right o f Aumsville wss over
on business Tuesday o f this week.
John Thoma and Win. Kerber made
business trip to Mill City Tuesday.
Mrs. Carrie Beauchamp it visiting
her son F. A. Beauchamp in Albany.
H. E. Russell went to Durfur this
week. His family will follow shortly.
Misa June Kearna
M iss Theresa Fehlen
Mrs. Kma Itlakel ly
Mrs. F. I. Jones
Miss Naomi Sithavy
Miss Marguerite Ryan
Mrs. Ed Smith
Miss Julia Rohwein
Miss Clara Kausrhcr
Miss Nora Cavln
Mrs. Frank Hammun
Mrs. John Sandner Jr.
Mrs. M. J. Crabtree
Votes on the Grand Premium Piano
contest can be obtained at the follow
John Huber o f Mt. Pleasant was a
Stayton visitor one day the first ot the
Abstracts and Probate W ork a Specialty
Diplomacy Is the art o f concealing
Office O ver Deidrich’s Hardware Store.
Confession o f weakness la the begin
ning o f strength.
Mrs. E. Dunagan and son Leslie o f
The ladies o f the W a HI Club met
Salem visited her daughters here this
with the president. Mrs. G. W. Caspell
To a large part o f the populace It ts
a lone time between baseball seasons.
Miss Malia Olmsted will entertain
The regular routine o f business was
the "B ro d e ” Club at the W. Richard-
transacted and election o f officers as
follow s: President, Mrs. Willis Cald
well; Secretary, Mr*. W ill Humphreys,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mapie o f North
a fter which refreshments were served
Santiain were in town on Monday o f
by Mrs. Rilda Fish and Miss Marcella
The Impregnable fort, like the largest
ocean steamer, now has to be started
all over again
M. R IN G O - F . M. SHOOK
Unless you are nervous you can’t re
alize how much uolse there Is In the
so called busy world.
V. A. GOODE
and N O T A R Y PUBLIC
Conscientious Attention Given
Reports from Europe to the effect
that business is going on as usual must
refer to the Junk business.
Office Room No. 6. Roy Bldg.
There are not going to be any rivers
o f doubt on the map o f Europe after
the great powers get through with I t
CEMENT FENCE POSTS
A N D A L L K IN D S OF
What business needs to do Just now
Is to make more things In the United
States to bear the label “ Made In the
U. S. A ."
c. s T lowe
In reckoning the cost o f the war the
figure “ million” has been found pltl
fully Inadequate. It’s necessary to talk
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY
A gency at Davies Barber Shop,
on Tuesday morning.
Next to the sweetness o f having a
friend whom you can trust Is the con
venience o f having a friend who will
trust you occasionally.
AGENCY MAGNOLIA LAUNDRY
O f Albany at Mack & Shepherd't
Barber Shop. Laundry leaves Tues-
day 2 p. m.
TYPEWRITTER FOR SALE
Do not sit forever waiting fo r your
ship to come In
Better dig a few
clams along the shore.
Mark Hambourg. the famous Russian
pianist, has sued the London Mall for
libel for calling him a German. W ar
makes strange lawsuits.
The Royal Box.
DANGER IN DELAY
STANLEY A. STARR
The Surest Way to Improve hb H Preserve
Your Good Looks is by
T A K IN G CARE OF YOUR EYES
NOTHING CAUSES WRINKLES QUICKER
Ilia n Eyi* Strain.
Don’ t wait to have your eye* attend««! to.
Our Tonic Lenses will st«>p thut eye «train that causes your
All our work Guaranteed by
E. ROY. Optometrist Stayton, O re.
An English railroad has built n ma
ehtne operated In <«impressed air that
load : two enr* nt once with steel rails
or unload* them and places the rail*
laving at a rate of four a
EYES TESTED FREE
CIGAR STORE and CONFECTIONERY
Is now located in the I. 0. 0. F. Bldg, and
You are assured of a q u id place to spend an
hour, and courteous treatment at all times
E. T. M A T T H IE U
“Mother Love” a 6 reel
This is a Thrilling Drama o f Modern
Times. The First G Reel Production in Your City.
See it. “ Dr. Jekyl! and Mr. Hyde in u one reel
Comedy. 7 reels, 5 and 10c,
east part o f Stayton Tuesday evening
Mrs. Glen Mangle and daughter o f o f this week in honor o f Mr. K erb er’e
Corvallis are visiting relatives in S lay 47th birthday.
ton this week.
Cards, music and dancing occupied
their time until midnight when lunch
John Robertson and Mary Stamp vis eon was served by the visitors.
ited at Mrs. Anna Stayton ’s Monday
U N N COUNTY FARMER DIES
As we go to pres* it is reported that
Henry Shank died at his home nesr Mt. 1
H. K. Spalding o f Sutherlin visited Pleasant this morning.
in Stayton with his brother-in-law S. H. the telephone report, the funeral will
Heltzel a few davg this week.
beheld at the Mt. Pleasant church on,
Saturday, January 16.
Reading - Signing the Dec. of Ind. C. Burmister.
Song Boola Girl,
High School Glee Club.
6th Episode, “ Perils of Pauline.” 2 parts.
War News, 1 reel. Comedy, Something Funny.
5 and 10c
Full blood, Plymouth cockerel, from
prize winning stock fo r trade for hens.
C. E. Kram er, the Baker, Stayton.
The learners class in dancing that
meets in the Beauchamp hall every
Tuesday evening is progressing rapidly.
Dare Sloper and Miss Emma Frank They will goon be able to make their
returned home Monday a fter a w eek’s debut As full-fledged Terpsichoreans.
visit at the Byron Robertson home
SPECIAL CLEARANCE THIS WEEK
Women’s Mary Jane Button £fioes
In Patent Leather and Gun Metal Reg
ular price $3.50, Reduced to
$2 .9 5
LANCEFIELD Cash Shoe Store
K in g s t o n K i n k s
Economical shoppers will find it to their advantage to avail tf ;m-
salvos of this special low price. Come early to bo
sure of getting one.
DANCE AT JORDAN
lameness, soreness, lumbago, urinary
troubles, dropsy, gravel and Bright's ' Benzine 1» being extracted from coal
disease often follow in merciless suc by a new electrical process Invented
by a Swede.
cession. Don’ t neglect your kidneys.
T w o French scientists claim that a
Help the kidneys with Doan’s Kidney-
raw food diet Increases the white blood
Pills, which are s o strongly recom
corpuscles, which play an Important
mended righ t here in this locality.
part In the fight against disease bac
O. T. Porter, justice o f peace, 614 teria
Elm St., Albany, Ore., says: “ Seven
Photographs o f tbe planet Mars tak-
or eight years ago, my back was in en through color screens by an emi
bad shape and mv kidneys were disord nent Russian astronomer showed that
ered. Doan’s Kidnev Pills fixed me up its “ canals” were filled with some sub
all sight. They made my kidneys nor- : stance sea green In color
n.al and rid my back o f pain.
ever I have needed a kidney medtpine
Train and Track.
s <-e, I have taken Doan’* Kidney
The French railway In Indo-Cblns
Fill- and they have benefited m e.”
'’rice 50c, at all dealers.
Don’ t sim- use* metal sleepers entirely
For handling freight cars nt Cleve
ask fo r a kidney remedy— get
land a large railroad lias Installed elec
I*'■■■'•*» Kidney Pills— the same that
tric locomotives which run on separate
Mr. Porter had.
(racks and push the ears with side
Props., Buffalo, N. Y .
K eep W arm —An unlimited quantity
o f old fir wood for sale, on the ground
;■ i). and delivered $).30 per tier.
K. E. Calavan and Chas. Lee.
BROOM OF QUALITY FOR THE SMALL SUM ¿F 25c
7 REELS, 5 and 10c 7
King Louts o f Bavaria claims lineal
descent from the Stuarts
Prince ITenry. Inspector general of
the German fleet. Is the only brother
o f Emperor William.
The king o f the Belgians, thongb
comparatively a young man—be Is
W. E. Thomas and R. L. Morton and
only thirty-nine year* o f age—Is one
o f the most versatile monarelis In Eu •laughter, Maude, motored over from
Kidney Disease* A re Too Dangerous
There will be a dance at the Catho
I I p has taken Ills degree aa an
Salem Saturday to attend the Masonic
fo r Stayton People to
electrical engineer and railroad engi installation.
lic church hall at Jordan on Tuesday
neer. nnd himself drew up the plana
Jan. 19. Music by the Stayton Orches
The great danger o f kidney troubles for a new railway between Antwerp
A ll are invited.
The Wilbur Woolen Mills Co. receiv
*g that they so often g e t a firm hold be nnd Brussels, superintending the work
ed a large order fo r white blankets
fore t h e sufferer recognizes them. tiimseir.
from Fleischner-Mayer & Co. o f Port
Health wilt be gradually undermined.
one day this week.
A nearly new Smith-Premier,
110), will make very low price,
quire at Wilbur Woolen Mill office.
We are offering for “Saturday Special” a
MATTHIEirS BILLIARD HALL
Mrs. John Mack and daughter Mil-
A number o f neighbors and friends
dred o f N ortht Santiam were Stayton
gathered at the Ed Kerber home in the
Jacob Siegmund o f Fern Ridge was
in town on Tuesday o f this week and
reported snow in his neighborhood.
‘A n ew broom sw e e p s elea i f
W A HI CLUB ELECTS
Mrs. J. D. Densmore o f Salem visit
ed at the L. A. Thomas home the first
o f the week.
W. C. Parry and w ife made a busi-
ness trip to Junction City Monday and
Tuesday o f this week.
5*10*l5*25c S T O R E
Thomas-Mayo Co. Gen. Mdse.
Beauchamp's Drug Store.
Lancefield's Shoe Store.
Luthy's Jewelry Store.
Korinek A Mil-Ike's Hardware.
For Sale or Trade—6 lots in Salem.
Inquire at the Mail office.
Mrs. G. F. Harold and daughter Del
la o f Linn county are visiting in Port
PITH AND POINT.
A T T O R N E Y -A T -LA W
Chas. Hettinger was down from Sub
Stephen W eber, Chas. Hottinger and
Henry M iller who are farmers from
n e a r Sublimity were trading with
Stayton merchants Tuesday.
W. C. Parry and w ife, G. F. Korinek
and w ife, E. D. Alexander, w ife and
daughter Marion were entertained at
the P ettit home last Sunday.
Henry Mutschler and son H arry mo
tored over to Salem Sunday for a visit
with Mrs. Mutschler, who is reported
much improved st the Salem hospitsl.
M. J. Petzel, C. A. Peteel, Miss Eliz-
at oth Petzel and G. T. Moisan o f Sa
lem are ir. Stayton for a fe w dsya on
business connected with t h e Petzel
John Silbcrnagel ar.d John Pohwein
attended the big Foresters
meeting at Sublimity on Snndsv, Jan
uary 10, returning homo the follow ing
Mr. John Henkel, who h a s '
been confined to his bed for the
R. C. Pepperling and «on Or- past two months, is able to be
val o f Jordan w e r e business up a part of the time.
visitors here Friday.
Mrs. G. F. Harold and daugh
ter Della went to Portland for a
few days this week.
Mrs. Titus Archer is on the
sick list this week.
Mr. Otto Cole of Jordan wa«
visiting with Curtis Cole a n d
wife this w^ek.
FARM FOR SALE
34 acre*, bottom land, 20 acres clear
ed, 7-toom house, barn, etc.
buildings, fenced and cro*s fenced. 1
mi. to town, macadam road.
$4600. Term *. M. Mueller, Stayton,
$100 R e w a rd , $100
N O T IC E IS H E R E B Y G IV E N . That
the undersigned, Clark J. Seibel, haa
been duly appointed as executor o f the
estate and last will and testament o f
N ettie 8. Seibel, deceased, by t h e
County Court o f Marion C«>unty, O re
gon, and he ha* duly qualified aa, auch
Therefore, all person* having claims
against said estate arc hereby notified
and required to present the name, duly
verified, to the undersigned executor at
his residence near Sublimity, Marion
County, Oregon, within six months
from the first publication o f thia notice
in the Stayton Mail, said date being
the 14th day o f January, 1916.
Clark J. Seibel, Executor.
N ott,A ttorn ey for Estate.
o f thl*
pleased to learn that there Is nt least on.,
dreaded dlaenso that science has b- en
abta to euro In nil Its stages, nnd that Is
Clyde Rogers of Scio was a Catarrh.
H all's Catarrh Curo Is the only
cure now known to the medical
business visitor at the Hickman positive
fraternity. Catarrh being n constitutional
disease, requires n constitutional treat
ment. H all's Catnrrh Curo Is taken ln-
i . . . it
a I ternally, acting directly upon tho blood
GUPS 1 nomas anti Wife O I and mucous surfaces o f tho system, there-
. by destroying the foundation o f tho dls-
Stayton were Sunday visitors H t ease, end givin g tho patient strength by
building up the constitution and assisting
the G- F. Harold home.
nature In doing It* work. Tho proprietors
have so much faith In Its curative pow
ers that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars
Dennis Caldwell of Stayton fo
r any rasa that It falls to cure. 8< nd
Duntley Vacuum Sweepers
list o f testimonials.
was a business in this vicinity on Address
F. J. . CHENEY
i ---------- * CO., Toledo, Ohio,
J. O. McCrady, 1164 Lincoln
Sold by all Druggist*, 75c.
Take Ball’s Family Pills for constipation.