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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View This Issue
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SAN -TO X corn liquid in guaranteed.
Trained Nurse Mrs M. liilkey o f
Stayton is ready at any time to answer
Mr». Joe. Ilamman wa* «hopping in all calla.
dress as above or phone Lanceflel.i's
A. Laffoon wa* down front Fox Val
Mrs. Herry Löffler, sister o f Mrs.
F. F. Foster ami w ife were Salem Mary Follis, was here to attend the
tunoral o f H. J. Follis yesterday, ns
was also Mrs. Follia’ lirother H. SJ
Mr. and Mrs. Smalt were week-end Williams of Linn county.
visitors in Portland.
England, Germany and
on one thing, if on no other. They all prohibit
the sale o f alum baking powders.
. Beware of Ointments for %
Wendel Freres came home Sunday
That Contui.i Mercury
for a few days visit.
There must be a good reason for this.
It is because alum w as found to be un-
The Misses Hamman were in the
j Capital City Sunday.
Royal Baking P o w d er is made o f cream
|| \. W olf of near Aumsville was in
Station trading Mommy.
o f tartar, derived from grapes, a natural
food product, and
contains no alum
V.rs. J. C. Mayo spent the week-end
visiting friends at Lyons.
other questionable ingredients.
R O Y A L B A K IN G P O W D E R
N e w York
Let Sloper help y o u outline your
em p ii gn against squirrels.
• a rm-rvury w ill surviv lira ire y Cie s e n t«
o t ami'll nail roin plelvl)* ilvraiitfn tlm
w hols ayatrnt when «n tv rliv t It Uirnuait
III « mucoua surfaces. Bu. Ii a rtic le* almuM
n ever be uji J except on preacrlpllona
from reput ib la physic'.m s. a t t li« it »m as ■
they w ill do Is t n f d j t.i Ili a good v u
can possibly derive from I cm
C atarrh Cure, m an n fact” r «d h r F. J.
Cheney & Co.. Tided-i. n.. eon'alr.a no
m ercury. ami la taHen l- t - r n - llv . Acting
d irectly upon the Mood and mtlcotja aur.
facca o f the ry.otcm
In tvtvfm* Ifa ll'a
C atarrii C ore he sure you c t li e genu
ine. It la taVen tr -rn a lly a rd mad " In
Toledo, Ohio, b v r. ' Cheney & C v
tlm onlala free.
S rld bv P r u a i Is. T ric e T i« per 1 ottl*.
Taka Hail a V » « ..
, 'i 't . lo r c aallpadoo
A N e w Invention
Romance of Elaine
See i t !
“ The Searchlight Gun”
“ Come and See”
Complete Change of Program
“A GOOD SHOW”
See Posters and judge for yourself
.Miss Marie Henkel was a guest of
Mrs. L. A. Thomas Tuesday.
Dr. Brewer reports a girl born to
Mr ard Mrs. E. Thayer March 17.
T O W N '*
Vr. and Mrs. 0. Iret >n o f Salem vis
ited at the Williams home yesterday.
: Good cigars. Good soda at Beauchamp's
W A N TE D —Sawed Oak Posts. Write
J. J. Staiger and family were in
cr phone B. F. Fresh, Shaw. Or. 3-30x from Sublimity on business Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mirons of Shel-j
burn were visitors in Stayton Saturday.1
Peter Deidnch sold two Funis last
Eggs FOR S A L E -B la ck Minorca.
Henry Siegraund and family o f Fern
aturday. One to Wm. Mollet o f the Pure bred, best laying strain.
75c per Rid(fe were Staytor vigitors Saturday.
Waldo Hills and one to L. S. Lambert setting of 15. Mat. Mueller, Stayton,
o f near Stayton.
tf. I M ff_ R L Putnarn and baby are
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itjng home folks near Aumsville this
Frank Siegmund, wife and baby mot-
! ored in from Fern Ridge Friday on
ONLY A SHORT TIME
and approval the largest and
stock of H A R D W A R E and F U R N IT U R E in
Marion County outside cf Salem.
room in the R oy Building on T h ird Street, Stay-
ton, is large and commodious, 50x100, and will
be packed full S O O N ,
with our big stock of goods.
W atch for the
Don't M iss
& K Green Trading Stamps
Lilly Hardware Co.
SPRING WASH GOODS
Are Arriving Daily
Dainty Voiles, Plain and Figured.
See the splendid line of White Waists in north window at
J. R. Gardner’s Cash Store
T h e Smoothest riding, the M ost Perfect Stream
line body, the Quickest to Respond, the Best
Equipped, the Finest Finished of any car made
under a thousand dollars. W hat car is it, why the
O A K L A N D S IX of course
$895 f. o. b. Stayton
For sale by
KORINEK & MIELKE
Before Apr.l ’
When You Beat
Mrs. Jack Ditter o f Sublimity visited
I her sister, Mrs. W. F. Klecker here
W ill elapse until we will have ready for your
“Always a Good Place to Go”
Going Some !
Pete Welter of near Sublimity was a,
business visitor here Tuesday.
It seems dlfflcult to Itelieve there can
. I Mrs. Bessie Goode of Salem is visit be any connection between strawber
ing her brother V. A. Goode and family ries and poison gnses. but the associa
' i this week.
tion exists. The steamships that bring
fruit from Brittany to Plymouth re
Clarence Overholtx and mother of fuse to carry passengers when convey
, Linn county were trading in Stayton ing a cargo of strawberries txH-uuae of
the Intoxicating fumes given off by
the berries when packed In bulk. Even
the seamen have orders to keep on
Sloper will roast peanuts Saturday, buy deck
ns ranch as possible. As straw-
I>errlcs, even tons of them, give off no
very pungent smell, the theory has
Mrs. O. V. Myers visited at the Jno been advanced that the Intoxicating
effect of n cargo of the fruit Is due to
Potter home at Potter’ s Mill a few
the fermentation of the sugar In the
days last week.
Johnie Brunner and Max Roberts of
Up te H im .
Silverton were visiting friends here the
Coyly the bluablng girl nppmnched
first of the week.
her father ns he sat at ease after din
"Daddy," abe said eoaxlngly. "Is It
I Misses Mary Winn and Bertha and
Daisy Bouck o f Marion were Stayton true that two can live an cheaply as
"That’s nn old saying, dearie.”
"But do you lielleve It?" she persist
Mrs. Lee Tate and little son left yes
terday for a two week’s visit with ed. fondling the bald patch on the top
friends at Corvallis.
o f his head.
“ Well, perhaps It can be done.” anld
Mr. and Mrs. H. Lilly and G. C. Eks
man were business visitors in Portland
"Then If George and I get married
do you think you can manage to sup
Sunday and Monday.
port both of us on ns much ns you
spend on me every year?"—New York
Lots of Chloride of Lime
Ju st th e T h in g .
on hand 15c can, 2 for 25 at Beau
“ Do you think I bad Iietier give the
champ’s Drug Store.
patient gas?" Inquired the dentist's as
slstant of Ills chief.
Dr. Brewer reports a girl born to
"By nil means," replied the eminent
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Robertson of Linn practitioner. "H e has taken an hour
Co. Monday, March 20.
and a half o f my time telling me how
he suffers, and on the 'like cures like’
Miss Wanda Brown was a week-end principle gas Is just what he needs." —
guest of the Misses Maude Morton and Richmond Times-Dlspateli.
Cace'lia Mielke at Salem.
T h a t O ffice B oy.
C. A. Stlbernagel and family and
Frank Lindeman and son were over
from Jordan Saturday on business.
D. M. Doll and wife and John Ker-
her and w ife visited at the Jos. Zim
merman home in Sublimity Sunday.
E. E. McKinny and wife of near Tur
ner attended the funeral ot the late
I H. J. Follis at this place yesterday.
Don’t bnlly the office boy. It’s a
mean and cowardly thing to (To. and be
sides that In twenty or thirty years he
may very well lie an officer of th#
company and jour son. son-inlaw,
grandson, nephew or other kin mny lie
looking to him for decent treatment
anil a square deni. Moreover, the office
boy did not overeat your breakfast.—
Collier’s . ________________
D ra m a tic N o te .
There’s nothing makes a man feel
queerer than to have Ids wffe descrllie
Mrs. Jas. Taylor and two children of n play to him all wrong when he can’t
Washington came Wednesday for an correct her because he told her he
extended visit with home folks here.
didn’t go to It the night he worked
late at the office.—New York Press.
Mrs. J. Tumblin o f Portland arrived
O u tm atch ed.
last week for an extended visit with
"X>ld yon hear about the row round
j her daughter, Mrs. M. Gilkey o f this
at Penhecker’s house last night?” Mr.
Jones asked bis wife as they sat at
Lulay & Schindler, the enterprising
“ No.” said the lady, much Interest
contractors and builders of Stayton are ed. "What happened?”
starting a big 8-room house for Geo.
•Penliecker tried to thrash Ida wife,
Susbauer of Sublimity this week.
and tbe police were called Just in time
to avert n tragedy.”
“ Oh. the brute! Did they take him
Only A Few
O f my full blond White Rock Cocker-
"No. They carried him round to the
| ela left. While they last at $1.25.
hospital.” —London Mall.
Mrs. W. A. Weddle. Stayton |
N n TIP F-We W*R discontinue the
premium Dept, for tobne-
I l U I lU U co coupon« on April 1 from An order from rhe
Company. Bnnn in all your coupons before that time and
they will he redeemed. We have a nice lot of premiums on hand
Easter Postals and New Stayton Views
The Best New Copywright Books at 50c each.
A new lot Just in
Magazines, Newspapers, Tobaccos,
Cigars and Candy at the
G EM C O N F E C T IO N E R Y
These Prices Hold Good Until April 5th
YOUNG’S CASH GROCERY
Assorted Cookies per lb.
Tom. Catsup large bot 2 for 25c
Graham Crackers per lb.
Oil Sardines 6 for
Ginger Snaps per lb
Salmon per can
Drifted Snew flour 49 fb sk 1.90
Tomito geilen can
Rolled Oats 9 lb sack
Tomato small can 3 for
Arbuckle Coffee per lb
Squash gallon can
Good Bulk Coffee per lb
Sweet Corn 3 for
Pickles in gal. jar per gal
Standard Syrup gal. can
Golden Syrup, Gal Can
Young’s Cash Grocery
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TH E UNIVERSAL CAR
F O R D S E R V IC E
For Ford O w ners is
over 8,500 agents all through the country,
each with a complete stock of Ford parts
and supplies on hand.
N o delays, no
holding up for days to get parts,
prompt, reliable service at a low , fixed
Runabout $390; T ou ring Car $440
A ll prices f. o. b. Detroit.
O n sale at
PETER DEIORICH’S, Stayton, Oregon