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1 land will give a lecture at t h e
church or. Sunday evening, Aug-
I imt 29.
Miss Ella Williams of Stayton
visited with Ina Harold Thursday j
J o r d a n Jin g le s
Carl Schaefer and daughter, !
Bertha, returned homo Thursday ’
K. O. Bachman and children
after visiting relatives several
Elinor and Julian o f Portland
weeks in Portland and Washing-! have been visiting at the T. H.
tor. Mrs. Harvey IL nline o f Thomas ranch the past week.
Salem accompanied her home.
. . .
., I Last Friday a party composed
i T H . Thomas and son Clare.
0 . M. Baker went to Portland
j j . A. W. Heidieck supervisor
Mrs. Richard Lyons and child-! and fire warden, Mr. Bachman
ren. who have been visiting rela- and Elinor and Julian Bachman
lives and friends in this commu- made a trip up the mountain
nity, and at Lyons returned t o south of Thomas creek and locat-J
their home in Albany Friday.
ed the lake know as Indian Prai-
Y \/'H E N sun and work are
▼▼ boiling the juice out of a
fellow’s hide, a satisfying chew
beats a smoke.
Some reasons why you hear
so much about the Real Tobacco
Chas. Schaefer threshed 50 a. rie
T- 10* s -
of oats that yielded 67 bu. per a. R. 2 E. but found that the out
“ Z^PPOBTUHITT knock* once at every cun’* door.” Bnt many an oppor.
Mr. Schaefer threshed over 4000 let was not Indian Prairie creek
tnnity ii loit when the man who ees it i ain’t the wherewithal
and as the lake is not on the map
bu. oats this season.
to take advantage of it. It ii the man with the READY CASH
they called it Lake Elinor in hon-!
IN BANK who derivei the benefit! If yon haven’t an account, open one
Otto and Ralph Cole s t a y e d ^ of Miss Bachman she being
today. When the opportunity arrive*
wuh their brother. Curtis, Satur-1 the f i r s lady
t U ) vWt the ^
day night and went on the ex- j
YOUR CHECK BOOK WILL BE READY!
Mr. Bachman and son and
cursion to Newport Sunday.
daughter returned to P< rtland
Raleigh Harold and family, Monday.
Miss Alta Harold and Chas. Ba
S T A Y T O N S T A T E B AN K
Thos. Kay, State Treasurer
tes went to Thomas Creek for a
few day’s outing.
was up fishing on Thomas creek
Chew: the good tobacco taste is there, it
lasts, less grinding, less spitting. One
small chew takes the place of two big
chews of the old kind.
A little chew of pure, rich, mellow tobacco—seasoned
and sweetened just enough—cuts out so much o f the
grinding and spitting.
ASK YO U R DEALER PO r W * 6 C U T
Among those who sold horses i ^Uni^ '
to the buyer in Stayton Thursday | Dr. Ihompson, Hr. Pemberton
were: J. T. Follis, Byron Bates and families a n d a party o f
friends are camping at Thomas
and Will Hirons.
ranch this week.
O. M. Baker and family and
Clyde and Nellie Thomas re
Mrs. Croisant of Lyons visited at
home after visiting at
the Schaefer home Sunday.
the Mate Titus home.
Mrs. Pete Larson, wife a n d
R. C. Pepperling is expected
three sons from Salem motored
Tuesday to finish threshing.
up to the G. F. Harold h o m e
Will Brotherton a n d Clyde
Miss Etta Lang of Sublimity is Thomas are hauling tile from
visiting with Marie Henkel, and Lyons.
Sunday they went to Newport.
John Silbernagel and Miss Jul
Roy Foliis met with an acci ia Rohwein went to Newport on
dent Monday, which might have the Sunday excursion.
proved serious, as he was driving
down the steep grade on their
place with a heavy load of wheat
the team became frightened and
S tayton R esidents M ust Learn
upset the wagon off the grade,
T h e im portance of K eeping T hem
but Roy, being a good sprinter,
escaped without injury.
CHEW ING T O B A C C O .IT IS TH E NEW
"REAL TOBACCO CHEW-CUT LONG SHRED.
T ak a Icaa than one-quarter th e old alza chew . It
w ill be m ore satisfying thaa a mouthful o t arili—ry
tobacco. Ju at take a nibble o f it until yon find Ike
strength chew th at euita yon, then aea how easily end
evenly the real tobacco taste cornea, bow it aadaftaa,
bow much leaa you have to apit, how few chewe you tak e to he tobacco
eatubed. T h at'» w hy it u The k c a lTaiecct Chew, T h a t’» why it euetl
leaa in the end.
T h e taate o f pure, rich tobacco doee not need to be covered up. A a
sxeoss o f licorice end sw eetening makca you apit lo o m ush.
One small chew takes the place of two big
Chew* pf the old kind.
KIMI m haw OM saN I H s p
e a t t h e r ic h l a h n e e a t — f a .W
WEYMAN-BRUT0N COMPANY. SO U * > Sqaara, llcw Task Qty
The W orld's Greatest Exposition
I* now at it* Height in
Farmers & Merchants
Mrs. Alice Thompson of Port
land is visiting with her sister,
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Arc a few of the Summer
necessities. All of our pro
ducts conform to the Pure
Food Laws of the State. Our Home Made Candies will
stand up longest. All the Standard Cigars and Tobaccos.
See us before having that Party or Smoker and save $ $ $
Redeemed in your own city at no cost for postage or registra
tion. Bring your coupons to nu*. 1 have over $200.00 worth of
premiums on hand now. Magazines and Newspapers.
J. A. HENDERSHOTT, Proprietor,
GEM C O N FEC TIO N ER Y
THE "G R E A T E R OREGON'
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t«*«*n I x i lt lin e n f u l l y <*«|olt>|ir«l, t w o H tile n d lil
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Sunset Magazine—4 mns.
McClure’s Magazine—4 mos.
Ladies World—4 mos.
Pictorial Review -4 mos.
Little Folks—4 mos.
All for One Dollar.
Perfect health means that every or
gan of the body is performing its func
Perfect health cannot be enjoyed if
Mrs. Arthur Kelly.
the kidneys are weak and disordered.
Mrs. Luther Bushman of Port Thousands testify that Doan’s Kid
land is visiting with her mother, ney Pills have a reviving action on
Mrs. Alice Baker this w'eek.
What this remedy has done in so
many cases of this kind is the best
proof of its merit.
Read the following. I t’s testimony
gratefully given by a resident of this
Mrs. A. Sieferth, 509 Washington
. . St., Dallas, Ore., says: “ Doan’s Kid-
The Stayton Mail i* in a position to to the list, we will give you the same
mount of good atandard reading haa
ever been equalled. We will give vou
month’a aubscription to each of the
allowing magazines which total $2.SO
>r only ONE DOLLAR.
If you wish this offer, send or give
us the money at once as fhe offer in
good for only a few weeks. Address
Stayton Mail, Stayton Ore.
Never before in the history of the world has there
been conducted such a magnificent and wonderful
Exposition. Here is artistically presented the pro
ductions o f the mind a n d labors of mankind
throughout the ages.
WiHie Croisant and wife start-
0(1 back to their home in Okla.
i after spending several days with
his sister, Mrs. J. Huber a n d
Low Round Trip Tickets are on sale daily to San
Four commodious trains leave every day for San
have proven t0 ^ a fine med.
icine in our home and I have recom-
mended them many times. They have
given me good relief from backache
and kidney trouble on several occa
sions. They have also helped others of
Jess Gilcrest of Montana spent my family.”
Friday night with G. H. Ray.
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don’t sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Mrs, Nick Enders of Jordan Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that
spent Friday afternoon at t h e Mrs. Sieferth had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Ed Smith home.
Props,. Buffalo, N. Y.
Scenery enroute is fascinating, varied and unsur
Electric automatic Block Signals guard the wav.
Our folders “ Wayside Notes Shasta Route” and
"California and Its Two Expositions” will interest
Our nearest agent will give your inquines courteous
W. R. Ray and wife and J. M.
Ray silent Sunday with t h e i r
FARMERS—List your articles for
aunt, Mrs. Humphreys of t h e the Stayton Saturday Sales Day Aug
ust 28, with the Staytcn Mail. See the
Master Melvin Shank was a list collected in Stayton in one after
noon's effort. Make the first day
guest of Wayne and Willis Huber success.
J. M Ray of Lebanoa is work
ing for his brother. W. R. Ray.
SO U T H E R N PACIFIC
J o h n M S cott, G en eral P assen g er A gent, P o rtlan d , O ra.
N O T I C E F O R P U B L IC A T I O N
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Hazel Lambert was a guest of
D ep artm en t of th e Interior.
Lula and Gladys Downing Sun-
U. S. LAND OFFICE at Portland.
Oregon, July 30th, 1915.
Mrs. Ona Shelton, Mrs. Linn NOTICE is hereby given that Joseph
Lambert. Effie and Cora R a y M. Emtzulis, of Hullt, Oregon, who. on
April 12, 1910, made Homestead Entry,
spent a few days with t h e i r No. 02544, for the North West I of
brother, at the sheep camp pick Section lO, Township 8 south. Range
2 East, Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice of intention- to make five year
Crystal ShaTik spent a f e w Proof, to establish claim to the land
days last week at the Ed Smith above described, before the Register
and Receiver o f the United States
Land Office, at Portland, Uregon, on
G. H. Kay was a Stayton visit the 14th day of September, 1915.
Claimant names as witnesses: E. L.
Joseph Labunski, B. F.
Mabel Townes spent Thursday
Rode, John VanGorder, all of Ilullt,
| night with Hazel Lambert.
Bessie Shank spent Friday at Proof made according to law under
which entry was made.
i the home of M. F. Ryan.
The services Sunday, b o t h
morning and evening, conducted
If you wish to add the Stayton Mail by Rev Blair were well attended.
ITer you ■ proposition that for the for one full year and all of the above
N. Campbell, Register.
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E c o no m y . . .
meass the vriie spending of one’s money—making every dollar do full duty
and getting in return an article that will satisfy you in every w ay.
. W H IT E - .
is a real bargain because it is sold at a popuh <
price: because it gives you the kind of sewtm.
you delight ini because it will turn out the wor^
quickly and thoroughly and give you a life tin;;
of satisfactory service) because its improve men :*
will enable you to do things which c a n t be doc s
on any other machine) because it will please you
with its fine finish and beauty of its furniture.
In shot you will find the White rellah!- and
desirable from every point of view.
Be sure to
tic YTiitc dealer who will be glad to show you how good a
machine the W t ; is. If there is no Vhite dealer handy, write us direct for cat
alogs. We dc u ,. sell to catalog houses. Vibrator and Rotary Shuttle Machines.
WHITE S E WING MACHINE CO.
Plenty of Grain Sacks
Mill City- Stayton- Salem
on hand at C. M. Baker’s Kingston,
TRESSPASS NOTICES—Printed on Ore.
strong wnite muslin, for sale at the
Leaves Mill City 6:30 a. m. for Lyons
D. C. Ray, wife and family Stayton Mail office.
Mehama, Stayton, 8.-06, Sublimity,
spent Sunday at the H. H a s s l e r _______________
Aumsville, Turner, arrives in Salem at
Salem photo’s at Stayton prices at 9:30. Leave Salem 4:40, arrive Mill
Goats For Sale—300 Angoras, well the Trover & Weigel Studio, Bakery City 7:45. Stops in Stayton at Stayton
.Jr. rajlo r, ll 10prcS6ntatlV6 Of bred, good sto.k. C. D. Stayton,
building, Stayton every Saturday and Hotel and Hendershott’s.
the Anti-Saloon League o i Port-
Stayton. s-27x Sunday.
D. B. Hill, Owner.