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THE STAYTON MAIL
Published every Thursday by
K. M . O lm ste d
Entered as second class matter at the
postidfic* at Stay ton, Marion, county,
Oregon, under the act o f Congress of
March 3, 1879.
SUtSCKIPTIO.SS, SI.SO p er y e a r
Alidreea all communications to
T H R STA YTO N MAIL
H. A BEAUCHAMP, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
AN D SUKUEON
S t a y t o n . O regon
Wilbur N. Pintler, D.M.D.
S IR ES AND S O N S .
W. F. Murray, postmaster o f Boston,
la outy thirty-three years old.
General Horatio Gates GII moii . the
; oldest living graduate o f West Point
left the academy In IS «7 at the age o f
twenty for service In the Mexican war
Professor II. Julius Kggellug. profes
wor o f Sauskrit and coiu|>aratlve phi
lology ut Edinburgh university since
1875. has resigned his professorship on
account o f the war. Dr. 1-ggellng was
horn In Germany In ISI'J aud has
w orld» ide reputation.
Dr XV. A. P. Martin, who recently
celebrated bis eighty-seventh birthday
is the oldest Protestant missionary In
Cbluu. having been engaged In hts la
tiors In that country for sixty-four
years. In |s<lnt o f service It Is believed
that his record stands aloue. He was
turn in Itnllaua.
Sir Edward Goacben, until recently
Urltlsh ambassador at llcrltu. la of
German ancestry, but was born and
educated In England and married au
American, tbe daughter o f the late Da
rtus Clark o f New York, who hud Itu
dense Interests In Argentina Sir Ed
vaul Goscben Is a banker, as were bis
lather and grandfather before hint.
Holland pays old age tensions to
than 80.000 persons, who are
Office Over Stayton State Bank
over seventy years o f age.
It Is stated that no city In the world
• •reduces newspapers In such a variety
of language« as New York.
6. F. KORINEK, V. S„ B. V. Sc. In the | ht capita consumption of to
bacco Holland leads the world, with
Treats all domestic animals,
also Belgium aecoud and the United States
applies the Tuberculin test.
Cameras that will photograph ob
ject* many miles away, the details of
Office mt Stayton Staples
which are carefully guarded secrets,
nave been added to the equipment of
¡be United States army slgual corpa-
Over 50.000 visits are made every
rear to the free clinics o f the Univer
sity o f California medical school. Dur
ing the past year the number of pa
tients treated at the out department of
.bitract» and Probate Work a Specially ibe University hospital In San Fran
cisco increased by more thau 50 per
Office Over Deidrich's Hardware Store • ent.
Lvons und Fox
Caruso entertained tbe Idle o f Rome
by singing for them. In thl? country
he gets paid for It.—Baltimore Amerl-
J. M. R1NGO--F. M. SHOOK
George Bernard Shaw says the think-
OREGON ua ’ public numIters less than 50.000.
• Shaw modestly refrained from telling
— — — is the name* o f the other three or
fou r — Detroit Free Press.
Adelina Patti. singing at seventy-
rwo before tbe king o f England, con-
WYER and NOTARY PUBLIC
rlbutes her bit o f evidence that not
all the vigor aud valor of the world
i tious Attention Given to all
ire In its arm ies.-N ew Y’ork World.
Winston Chnrchill Is being very
much pulled and hauled these days,
Office Room No. 6. Roy Bldg.
raked over tbe coals and panned. At
least he set-ms to be no longer first
ord o f the admiration.—New Y'ork Sun
V. A. GOODE
CLIENT FENCE POSTS
Echoes of the War.
AN D ALL KINDS OF
c. s T lo w e
Lulay Bros. & Co.
Contractors & Builders
Dwelling houses a specialty
Let us figure on your build
We can save you money
A Rood job gauranteed
P. O. Box 198
STAY TON, OREGON.
A little trigger la a dangerous thing
-L ife .
Belgium will be one great iron min*
when the cannonading Is over.—Spring-
Some o f the war critics are compli
mentary. They always refer to It as
•civilised warfare."—Atlanta Constitu
The actual assassin o f the Archduke
Francis Ferdinand gets off with twen
ty years In prison Some way or oth
er. the penalty on the rest o f Europe
seems out o f proportion.—New York
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
P ro p rie to rs.
h .. J t & Cured
Lan & Creamery Butter.
iighcsl Market Trice Paid For Fat Sloe!'
Bath Tubs, Lavatories and
all San tary fittings— Farm-
e rs -W e carry a line of
pumps, leader water sys
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
The Insurance o f Westminster abbey
is like making a money estimate o f
All that goes up has to come down,
but It doesn’t work the other way with
a torpedoed cruiser.
Contentment ennnot dwell where
thoughts of what might have been are
Those who have nil the say in war
1o no fighting, and those who do all
tbe fighting have no say
A Detroit man has Invented a suit
of armor for nrrny mules it will take
:i brave soldier to act ns vnlct
It’s s strange thine that usually the
person who tells It first Is the one who
Kicks most when a "secret’' reaches
the third party
Edison says the wnr will leave the
world a* round ns ever. Bnt som e
what scarred nnd sen (Ted In the north
If. as Judge Gary says, the war In
Europe Is merely a matter o f dollars
and <•• nts. the participants are not get
ting the worth of their money.
Ulyde Hotter was over from Jordan
Frank I^'iley motored over to Salem
Large Yellow Ware Mixing Bowls
Arcly Marshall o f Albany waa I n
Harvey Beauchamp returned from
Stanley A. Starr
T0R IC LENSES
ton on busines* Monday.
The SureHt Way to Improve ami i’ re»«T
A party was given at the home
of " r. ;. i> ..it's. Stone Saturday, E l Muertz and wife Ilf Linn county
evening, also another at M r. and were in town yesterday.
Mis. Ed Trasks, loth o f Fox Val-
Hack For S a l* -S e e C. E Kramer,
Your Good l/ioka ia hy
TAKING (’ARK OF YOUR KYES
NOTHING CAUSES W RINKLES QUICKC»!
T h a n E y e S tr.iin.
the Baker, Stayton, Ore.
Mr. Wiley is slowly improving.
Frank Johnston and wife ate I, H. E. Roaaell and family expect to
dinner w i t h Mrs. Woodworth
leave for Du fur tomorro w.
Mr». Frank Basil and »on Frank of
Mehama were in town Monday.
Don’ t wait to have your eye* attended to.
Our Toric Lenses will atop that eye strain that causes your
All our work Guaranteed by
E. ROY, Optometrist Stayton, Ore.
EYES TESTED FR EE
Short Orders at all hours at Mack's
Restaurant. "T h e Place to E a t ”
P R A C T IC A L H E A L T H H IN T.
Bleeding gums nr* one o f til*
*lgns o f scurvy, a dreadful dis
ease. of which, happily, we hear
less now thnn I d the days when
meu had to take long voyagas
on sailing ships and ronld not
get fresh food. Mild cases o f It
are found among children who
have tiecn fed on condensed milk
ouly. As soon as the*»» children
nro given a |>roper diet with
fresh milk the gums cease to
bleed and grow hard again
Many other constitutional dis
order* besides scurvy cause
bleeding gums, but most cases
are owing to local conditions and
need to be treated by the dentist
rather than by the doctor. If
your gums bleed because you
have discarded a soft tooth
brush for a stiff one yop can re
lieve the trouble by a mouth
wash o f salt and water or by
putting u little myrrh In the wa
ter. If. nevertheless, the gums
contlnnt^to bleed visit the dentist
at once, for spongy gum* soon
cause loose teeth In many cases
he will find suppuration round
the socket* o f the teeth or tie
It is possible for that to he the
case, although the teeth them
selves show no sign of disease.
It can even hap|ieti to the most
cleanly people, for the brush,
even when conscientiously used,
will not reach the affected spot.
If neglected the condition is sure
to lead to trouble, because the
patient constantly swallows the
poisons that are formed, to the
detriment o f his dlviwtlon nnd
hi* general health.
John Sandiwr Jr. and wife o f Kings
ton were Stayton viaitura Monday.
Hcrsehel Mack and family returned
to their home in Corvallia Saturday.
T O -N IG H T
Mr. Lafoon and aiater o f near Lyona
are viaiting at the W. J. Hewitt home.
The Eldeen Club met at the home o f
Mrs. G. F. Korinek Friday afternoon.
“ The Man From The Golden W est”
Albert Croisant o f Lyons visited at
the B. A. Schaefer home the first of
This is a Very Sensational \ Keel Feature o f In
tense Interest Also a Good Comedy. Something
Funny. See it if You Wish to I»augh.
5 and 10c
George Thomas and Miss Naomi Sil-
havy visited at the Jaa. Thomas home
B. Minton and wife o f Linn county
were trading with Stayton merchants
What you want and when you want
it. Just "The Place to Eat” at Mack's
R. A. Titua o f Falla City visited the
first o f the week with his mother Mrs.
C. A Titus.
Josiah Koister o f Linn county left
yesterday tor a visit with relatives in
Andy Cornish and family o f Sweet
Home are visiting relatives and friend*
here this week.
7th Episode of “ Perils of Pauline”
Pathe War News.
Son« 'T h e r e ’s a
Tavern in The T o w e r" High School Gloo Chib
5 and 10c
SPECIAL CLEARANCE THIS WEEK
Women’s Mary Jane Button Shoes
In Patent Leather and Gun Metal Reg
ular price S3.50. Reduced to
Mrs. W. Doerfler o f the Waldo Hills
is visiting h e r daughter Mrs. Geo.
Smith this week.
$ 2 .9 5
The Brode Club will be entertained
by the Misses Fehlen at their home on
Water St., tonight.
LANCEFIELD Cash Shoe Store
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY
Agency at Davies BarberShop.
on Tuesday morning.
Mrs. J. R. Gardner went to Salem
Tuesday to visit her daughter Mal>el
who is on the sick list.
But It does seem rather qncer not to
Have congress in session.
Wild oats will take out o f your soli
what no system o f crop rotation can
ever put back.
We have been having consider Geo Thomas ha* sold hia
able fog up this way. It would to Wallace Mack.
be much more agreeable if it
lamie Geister was over from Kings
would clear up.
There are few things more uncertain
than life’s certainties.
There may be sermons In stones, but
you don't get them out by stumping
U. C. Strom and w ife were
Dave Drennen o f Portland la a busi
ness visitor here.
visiting in Lyons Sunday.
S H A R P AND S H O R T .
All things considered, there Is no in-
eentive to give history an encore.
PIGS FOR SALK
Miss Marietta Thompson ami
Alva Grimes, both o f this place
were married in Albany on Mon
day this week.
They were ac
companied to the latter place by
the bride’s mother. The newly
weds made a short wedding tirp
after which they will In* at home
to their friends in Lyons.
S. H HELTZEL
Wendell Freies was In town Tuesday.
That Saturday Night
Line o f Men at the
HERE’S a strong story
in that, Williams — a
story o f what prohibi
tion i* doing for your town.
Those meu are spending a
lot o f money because you’ ve
tried lo deprive them o f
their honest right to drink
beer. 'I but money’s going
to dealers just twenty miles
from your town not a cent
o f it ever comes back. It’ s
a sure thing, too, that the
express c o m p a n ie s don’t
spend those heavy shipping
receipts in your city.
It's the old story of prohibi
tion, At illiaim. Close the re-
sp''ruble, well-conducted beer
saloon and seek by legislation lo
rob men o f their liberty,and you
have a problem that never work*
out in favor o f a town. You
don’t keep men from drinking.
Refine to sell them beer, which
h e r e to fo r e they have drunk
moderately because the** know
it’» the drink o f True Temper
ance and beneficial and stimulat
ing, and the stronger drink line
bobs up. You send thousand*
o f dollar* out o f the town that
ought to be spent right there,
and you encourage drunkenness
Your town will Wake up some
day, Williams, like many another
town that ha* been disillusioned.
By E. 0. Ulrich, Ch. of Commerce,
FRESH MILCH COW a n d
grade Jeraey heifers f o r sale.
Frank, Sublimity, Ore.
l- 28 x
New top buggy to exchange f a r
good, young, fresh milch cow. H. L.
. Wright, Aumaville, Ore.
B. A. Farrar and family o f Linn
county have moved into the R. L. Mor-
ton house on Water street.
Chas. Peters and daughter Mary and
Will Neal o f Silver Creek were trading
with Stayton merchants Tuesday.
AGENCY MAGNOLIA LAUNDRY
Kdwin Hansen the four-months-old
O f Albany at Mack & Shepherd'* son o f Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. Hansen o f
Barber Shop. Laundry leave» Tues Lyons died Tuesday, January 12.
day 2 p. m.
tf. interment waa in the Pioneer cemetery.
Team For Sale—
^ Young, sound and well broke, one
mare, one gelding well matched for
$9.00 per thousand delivered.
size. Wt. 2100. Enquire at Mail office.
R. Burtis, Mehama, Ore., or phone,
Chan. Baas, Stayton, Ore.
Notice On account o f there being
no piano at the Opcru house, the lec
ture will be held in the Star Theatre
Keep Warm —An unlimited quantity
tomorrow night. It is free, come and
of old fir wffiod for sale, on the ground
listen to it.
$1.00, and delivered $1.30 per tier.
R. E. Calavnn and Chas. Lee.
Shakes For Sale—
$100 Reward, $100
The readers of thl* paper wilt he
pluuscd to learn thnt thorn Is at Iraat on*
lr'-ail il illzu.'uo that aclence lias been
.-bio t I cu m In all Its atagea. nnd that 1»
Catnrrln 1 ill’s Catarrh Curo 1» tho only
positive curo n cv known to tho medical
fraternity. Catarrh being « constitutional
dlsciao, require» n constitutional treat-
m nt. H all’ s Catarrh Curo Is tnkon In-
lly, netlng dlrocily upon tlio i
Full blood, Plymouth cockerel, from
The evening mail leaves for W est
and mucous surface» o f tho system. thor%-
prize winning stock for trade for hens. Stayton at 4 p.m. and returns at 6 p.m. by destroying tho foundation o f tho dis
ease, and givin g tho patient strenirth by
! C. E. Kramer, the Baker, Stayton.
also the evening train goes through to building
up ths constitution and assisting
aturo In doing Its work. T h s proprietors
Albany returning the next morning.
avo mo m uch faith In It* curative pow
Joa. Silhernagel made a visit to the
ers that they offer Ona Hundred Dollars
fo r any eano that It falls to curo. Bond
Mail office to-day. Joe is one o f those
The new $3,000 planer has arrived at fo r list o f toitlmonlnls.
; solid farmer* up the Mehama road.
Address I\ J. CHENEY <k CO., Toledo, Ohio,
the Brown-Petzel lumber mill and is
Fold hr nil nrnirglBt*. TV*.
John Kabourek o f Willumetto, Ore
Mrs. J. W. McCuloch and children of gon is visiting at the Adam Schleia
Ontario are visiting her sisters Mr*. C. home in Linn county this week.
H. Brewer and Mr*. Geo. Brown.
being installed. This machine will turn
Henry Bender o f Albany visited rei- out the stuff in almost any shape and
| atives here Saturday ^nd is visiting at size desired.
the Chris Silbernagel home in Jordan.
The interior o f the Stayton State
Bank has been retinted and revarniahed
also new furniture in the director’s
Dance at Beancbamp Hall
E. E. Woods, M. Berg and
1 Saturday night, January 23.
music by Mr. Taimage and Mr. Hon- Frank Thomas did the work.
Jno. Thoma and family, D. M. Doll
Mrs. Marguerite Whyte returned to and wife, Jno. .Kerber and wife and
her home in Astoria Monday after a John VatiLtendel and family attended
week’s visit with her mother Mr». the surprise party at the Andy Zimmer
man home at Sublimity Sunday.
Take I loll * Fam ily m ils fur constipation.
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A Directory o f each City, Town an.l
Village, Hiving dewrfptlvft pkrtnh cf
each plnro, location, population, t*lo-
graph, »hipping nntl hanking point;
nlffo Clae>in<‘<l Directory, complied by
buftln*iit nrul profusion.
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