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Sir*. Ellen Reynold* of Rooky Point
In response to a number of inquiries
visi te l with friend* li e r e Saturday ! l desire to announce that I am in a
■ ml Sun lav.
position to handle a number of private
pupils on violin and all band instru-
I), c. Davis.
Evurytl >K >* fteah, sweet m il clean ments.
t the Bakery. Y< u are invited in to
'■>ok it over.
Troubled With Constipa
l.uater Sandman w a a down from tion? Then use the pleasant candy
Mill City over Sunday nnd visited with tasting aureacting Figaen Tablets-*
hi* fnn ily here.
purely vegetable laxative. 10-2R-R0e at
Beauchamp'*, th e REXALL Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I'trel of Fern
Ridge were trading with Slayton mer-1 Sunday morning at th<> Methodist
Kpiacopal church the pastor will preach
on "The Conquering Croaa", In the'
Mrs. O. A. Sand and hnby was up evening the subject of the diseoiira* ;
from Turner Sunday am! a. ent the day wilt l>e "A Fastidious Young Woman."
i with her husband here.
Win. and Murgarite Ryan and Miss
Frank Siegmund, w ife and baby girl Bessie Shank o f Ml. Pleasant have
I of Fern litige wi re trading with Stay- rented the (ieo. Brown house on Third
I ton merchants yesterday.
St. across from the school house where
they will live while attending high
Cord wood, tier wood, tir and aah for scho >1 here,
! sale. 2 miles northwest of Stayton.
Mr. ami Mr*. G. L. Brown, Mr*.
0. L. Burson.
Kate Preaton and Clara Miclke were
Colpatus Tooth paste, the most Salem visitor* Sunday. They were ac
companied home by Misa Wanda Brown
widely advertised in the world, who was a week-end gui st of Misa Ca-
at. Sloper’s Drug Store.
No Alum—No Phosphate
Mra. Geo. ("¡-spell of Victor Point
visited w th her son Archie and family
on Wednesday ot this week
B -rn—To Mr. anil Mrs. J. W. Mayo
yesterday, November 3, a girl. Dr.
Beauchamp was in attendance.
15 lbs. beut berry sug ir at Young’s
Cash Grocery next Friday the 5th for
$ 1 . 00 .
Red f o r coughs,
use Cherry Bark Cough Cure, your
money back if not satisfied. 25c-50c-$l colus and hoarseness. 25c box.
For Coughs and Colds
Chas. Hottinger w.ìs in town on busi- bottle at Beauchamp's, the REXALL
C. E. Taylor made a flying trip to
Talcum Powder, all kinds and
odors at Sloper’s.
Mrs. C. O. Crawford is visiting a
few davs in Portland.
L. A. Thomas sert another load of
hogs to Portland last week.
W. A. Elder and wife visited in Port
land Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Horace Lilly expects to spend
Sundav with her mother at Corvallis.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wilbur were Sa-
lem visitors one night last week, going
Mrs. J. R Gardner spent the week to the capital city to attend a lecture.
end visiting her sister, Mrs. Mills in
Next Saturday you will find 6 bars
of White Wonder soap for 25cents on
Ed Young and wife motored to Sa the bargain counter at Young's Cash
lem Sunday f o r a day’s visit with Grocery.
John Hafner Jr. and wife of near
White Leghors and Plymoth Rock Silverton were visiting at the home of
cockerls, pure bred and bred to lay, Mrs. Hafner’s sister, Mrs. P. Deidrich
$1.50 each if taken soon. J. W. Hirons Tuesday.
W. S. Hall and wife of near Van
Home made ohocolates, caramels, couver, Wash, are here for a few day’s
taffy, peanut brittle and others at the visit with their nephew, C. E. Kramer
Who Pays? Coupon
Miss or Mrs
Good for one Nsght Only
Cut out the above coupon, fill it in and present it at the tick
et window at the Star Theatre Saturday night, Nov. 6, and re
ceive a Free admission to the first of “ Who Pays?”
Series No. 1, Three parts
The Price of Fame
“Watermelon Timo” Comedy
'M y Little Girl” duett by Misses Verda aud Gladys Hamman
Orchestra, R and 10c
Convict No. 9999
And the Girl Who lives in th t Abbot Apartments, 3 parts
“Ory Gin" Comedy
R arts, Orchestra music, fi and 10c
Heavy Shoes for Winter
Here they are for
MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN
Hand Made Loggers-The Best in the World
10 and 12 in. tops, $9.50 and $10.00
Come in and see these loggers, they are the very best made
Lancefield’s Cash Shoe Store, Stayton
A s re p 1 a n r-W i n g*.
V arious kinds of m aterial Including
linen, silk, cotton, celluloid films an d
alu m in u m foil, ba»* been tried fo r
covering th e w ings of aeroplanes, but
none has proved so s a tisfa c to ry an fa r
ns linen covered w ith sev eral c o a ts o f
a ru b b e r solution
T h is coating In
creases th e s tre n g th of th e linen about
5 per cent, m akes It m ore e n d u rin g u n
1 d e r v ary in g w e a th e r condition* nnd
j cau ses It to stre tc h ro nil absolutely
sm ooth su rface, a fe a tu re th a t Is of
the u tm o st a d v a n ta g e In fa s t flights.
Silk, w hich w ould seem to m ake an
Ideal covering on acco u n t of Its lig h t
ness an d s tre n g th , h as t>ecn found u n
satisfa c to ry . as It does not w ith sta n d
exposure to su n a n d ra in nnd does not
lend Itself readily to th e ap p licatio n of
can tin g com pounds.—London A nsw ers.
W h e n J a c k s o n D inad.
W hen Colonel D avy C rockett w ns a
By selling your hogs on foot, honest 1 ; m etnlicr o f congress an d w as a t his
weights, top prices, give us » trial am)! , home in T ennessee som e one asked him
ulsiut th e d in n e r hour in W ashington,
be convinced. Stayton Produce Co. 11 lie wiki th e com m on iieople a te d in n er
a t 12. the n ex t above them a t I. tbe
Mi-.i Cora Miller,a teacher of Salem ineii-lnilits lit 2. the rep re se n ta tiv e s a t
and for some time the president of the 3. the senator* I II 4. m em bers of the
young people’* society of one of the j cabinet a t u and th e vice president ill <■
"H ut w hen doe* th e p resident din e?”
capital city churches, was in Stayton
"W h at! Old H i c k o r y s a i d C rockett.
! anx io u s to fix a tim e t hat w ould suit
his Idea o f Ja c k s o n ’s g reatn ess. "W ell,
Must-r Calvin and little sister Zelma he d o esn ’t e a t till n ext day!"
“My Little Girl” duett, Misses Verda and Gladys Hamman
frigid tone* eM Igee
a single gold piece, w hich be sobmaaly
Geo. Roeser of Sublimitv was a caller laid on th e m antelpiece o f his renal at
¡it the Mall office Monday. Mr. Roeser Pity*. T o w ard the end his eye w an
bought the Mick place just north of dered acro ss th e sickroom to th is coin,
and. p o in tin g to It. lie said to bis son:
Sublimity last Spring.
-S ee th ere! F ifty y e a rs ago w hen I
cam * to P a ris I had one lotils In my
The Rrode Club met at the home of possession. W hy am I accused of be
Mrs. F. I Junes last night and enjoyed Ittg n prodigal? I have presen-ed and
a nice time. MUa June Kearns will possess It still. See! T h ere it la!"
eiiter:..i:i the club Wednesday, Nov. 17. 1 T h is w as D um as Inst Jest.
Who Pays? SAT. NIGHT
A Very Interesting and Entertaining Program
Su n a a t a n d T w ilig h t.
T w ilig h t ta a phenom enon caused by
atm o sp h eric refractio n . W hen th e su n
gels below th e borU uu we a re not Itn-
uicdtately plunged into th e d a rk n ese of
night A lthough th e su n ts below o u r
horizon, raya o f so la r lig h t a re lient or
refracted by th e te rre s tria l atm o sp h ere
anti co n tin u e to furniaii som e alight
T he process co n tin u es
w ith dim inishing In ten sity u n til th*
su n la so fa r below th e horizon th a t
th e re fra c tin g pow er o f tlie atm oapbero
la no longér able to bend th e ray*
enough to produce a risib le effect. T h e
tim e a f t e r su n aet th a t th e aun reaches
such a position v a n e s w ith th e la ti
tude o f th e place. T h ere is leas tw i
light a t th e tropic ro n e th a n a t th e
te m p e ra tu re o r frigid rone. T h is ts d u e
to less tim e tak en by th e s u n ’s ray s to
pass th ro u g h the atm osphere, a t th e
tropic ro n e th e m n 'i ray s being p e r
p en d icu lar a n d a t th* te m p e ra te a n d
Stayton Circle No. 142 a n d The
J. D. Densmore and wife of Lebanon
moved into the I.O.O.F. Hall
Watch I h e bargain counter a t
from the Freres Bldg, on Tuesday of
Yojng’s Cash Grocery from day to Monday,
There will be Angel Food and Jelly
Miss Kate Shelley who has been
Theodore Highberger o f north o f j Roll among other good things at the
teaching summer school near Waldport
Sublimity was a Stayton caller Tues i Bakery.
is making an extended visit with home
Mrs. Mattie Bruce of Lyons was a
Will Dart of Linn county was a busi
week end guest at the Dr. C. H. Brew
E. C. Matten and wife o f Salem I
ness visitor here on Tuesday of this
! spent the week-end visiting at t h e
D u m a s* L a s t Jest.
home of their daughter, Mrs. M. J.
D um as th e eld er w ns tb e son o f a
gen eral of N apoleon B onaparte, w ho
' Crabtree here.
w ould tak e his soldiers by th e breeches
Dr. Beauchnmp reports a 9$ pound
and fling them over th e pnlnsade* to an
About 25 young people held a Hal
girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Ward Hol-
a s s a u lt
1000 pounds of cabbage.
lowe’en party at the Titus house in the
ford of this place on Tuesday of this
D um as Inherited m uch of th a t sam e
W. F. Klecker.
west part of town and had fine time sp irit
It Is snkl th a t D um ns left
playing games, etc.
I’nria for th e la st tim e ta k in g w ith him
Save The Cost of Butchering
LOCAL TALENT SATURDAY NIGHT
T he Best by Test.
Redeemed in your own city at no cost for postage or registra
tion. Bring your coupons to me, I have over $200.00 worth of
premiums on hand now. Magazines and Newspapers.
J. A. HENOEKSHOTT, Proprietor,
Both One Year
S T A Y T O N -S A LEM
Will make regular trip* every day.
Sundays inrluded as follows:
- 7:4RA. M.
- 8:00 ••
" Aumsvillc-meet trainfi2 8:20 •'
- 8:35 "
Arrive Salem-mcet Ore.Elec. 9:10 "
Ore. Elec. Salem 4:36 P. M.
- 5.05 ••
" Aumaville-mcct trainfil 6:20 **
. 5:45 "
- 6:00 "
a re ea te n by th e acid and easily c ru m
bled w ith a pick.—New York Tim es.
S. H. Williams has moved back to
He has located in Stlvcrron,
K e p t H i * W o rd .
C ondem ned M urderer ito law y er)— where he haa bought iato the Cooley &
Vou sold yon could get m e off w ith a Williams Vulcanizing Co. for the re
He will be
life sentence, nnd here I am to It* elec pair of automobile tires.
tro cu ted In a w eek. La w y cr—1T h a t's all | glad to see any of his Stayton frienda
right. You will be Im prisoned for life, at his new place of business at any
w on't you? A nd only a m onth, Instead time.
Stanley Starr is training a choir of
twelve voices to assist in the services
at the Methodist church. They made
their first appearance last Sunday and
made a creditable showing.
of long, w eary years. He reasonable,
m an.— Boston T rav eler.
Dr. Beauchamp took Mrs. Harvey
Wright of Aumsvtlle, t o the Salem
H i s C ura.
A m an w ho m arried a w idow lias In
Hospital Monday and operated upon
her the same day for a tumor. The vented n device to cu re Iter o f eter-
Doctor reports Mrs. Wright as getting oally p raising Iter fo rm er husband.
W henever she begins to d e sc a n t on his
along as well as could be expected.
the W orld over. Anything
you want in Candies. Oranges and Bananas on hand
all the time. Standard Brand« of Tobaccos and Cigars.
W e handle Confections and Tobaccos in large quantities
See U* First.
attended a masked Hallowe’en party at
the Barton W. Smith home in aalem.
R e m o v in g Stu m p s.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Meredith, Miss
The party was in honor o f Master
T he G erm an m ethod of rem oving
stu m p s is sim p ler and less d a n g ero u s Pauline Adams, Miss Margaret Legge,
(ban o u r way. T hey Isire a hole In th e Kenneth Legge and their mother Mrs.
m p an d pour into It equal p a rts of Fred Legge, all of Salem, spent Satur
“ Who Pays” , or The Price of stu
n itric und su lp h u ric acids A fter a few day at the Methodist parsonage coming
Fame, i s short, containing1 12 wedks th e la rg e st stu m p s of h a rd wood over in the I^gge Studebaker.
series hut it is full of “ kick” in
every one. First, Saturday night
Beware of Ointments for
Catarrh That Contain Mercury
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely d e r a n g e
whole system when
entering It tnr
the mucous surfaces Such articles should
never be used except on prescription*
nobl* ipialltlea. th is Ingenious No. 2 from reputable physicians, ns tha damage
they will do Is ten fold to the good you
m erely says. ’Poor, d e a r m a n —bow 1 enn possibly derive from them. H all's
C atarrh Cure, m nnufsclured by F. J.
do w ish hie had not died.'"
Wanted To Exchange—
Cheney ft Co., Toledo, O., contains no
mercury, and Is taken Internally, acting
For wheat or oat*. Pure ored Reg-!
upon the blood nnd mucous su r
A W a it in g M a n sio n .
istered Poland China Swine.
faces of the system. In buying H all's
I’orluip* Micro Is n m ansion In heaven C
be sure you get the genu-
blood line* in Northwest. This is the ■ Mi*l will a lw a y s lie e m p t y - a m ansion Ine. It Is Cure
taken Internally and made In
champion herd of the Pacific North-1 w aiting to receive th o se w ho In th e ir* Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney ft Co. Tea-
west 1913. F. P. Farrington, R.F.D.2i youth n e v er snub b ed th e ir an x io u s p ar tlmonlat*
Sold by Druggist*. Price 75c per bottle.
Stayton, Ore. Barnea place. ent*.—4 J. Hell.
Taka Ball's Family Pills for const!pattern.
Herbert, the 4-year-old son of Mr.
Mrs. Herbert Bennett of this city,
caught the first finger on his right-
hand In a sausage grinder, Saturday
and tore the end of hla first finger off.
Dr. Beaurhamp was Immediately called
[ and the little fellow ia getting along
1 Dr Mile*' A nti-Pain Pill* fur rheum atism