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THE STAYTON MAH.
K in g sto n k i n k s
Published every Thursday by
tv . M . O l . M H T E l i
Entered as second class mat te r at tin
poatoffice Ht Stay ton, Marion, county,
Oregon, under the act of Congress of
March 3, 1879.
Liston Da^by and wife were
week-end visitors with tvlativos
in Sv io.
trot ahm t I miles from borne and
had to walk baek. It seems to
be a new fad started.
J. J. Mlum made a business
trip to Lyons one day last week.
Mrs Luther Stout w asinStay-
ton Saturday having some dental
M is s Sadie Woodworth and .loe
Weitman passed through Meha-
\ t \ I ■
c litford Harold o f Portlar.il
visited home folks Thursday
S I B S C R I P T I O S S . $1.00 per y e a r 'night.
Address all communications to
J. T. Follis is building a new
TH E STAYTON MAIL
chieken house this week.
Otta Cole of Jordan visited at
Oscar Nauc went t o Salem
H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M.D. the Curtis Cole home last week Kridav on business.
Physician and Surgeon
Or. Beauchamp was up to see
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Harold Mrs. Champ who is quite siek.
OREGON and s o n Ray spent Saturday
Ceaser Mulkey died a few days
------------ evening at the John Sandner, Jr.
ago from concussion of the brain.
there were not many out to the
Mrs. J. E. ^ ooman was shop- funeral on account of had weath-
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ping in Stay ton Monday.
The new depot that is being
S ta y to n . O regon
erected at Kingston will I k * a
great and much needed improve L y o n s a n d F o x
ment. Let the work go on.
V alle y
D. I. Caldwell is making some
THOMAS A. EDISON
good improvements in the ap
pearance of his place by logging
and Dental Expert
spent Sunday with their daugh
ter. Mrs. A. Grimes at Shelburn.
Mr. a n d Mrs. Frank Beers
W. E. Chrisman was seen in
Wilbur N. Piniler, D..H.D. Stayton,
Monday, he has just re- >iavei a l)arl> Saturday evening
turned home from a trip to Al- to t h e young people of t h e
neighborhood. A good time was
Office Over Stayton S tate Bank
The Nation’s Prosperity depends upon
reported by all.
the Parmer and Dairyman. Prosperity is
\V. E. Simens was laid off for
on the way to the l .S.— it w ill reach YOU
a few days last week with blood
A. BURSELL, M. 0.
poison in his right arm. but is
lirst! Are you going to endanger your
Physician and Surgeon
baek at work again.
share l»y using antiquated farm machinery.
W e have been hearing rail
OREGON road talk for some time but it
iseems to be more than talk, be hot tomale social a t the hall
cause surveyors crossed the river next Friday evening. A good
The R e su lt o f E xperience.
G. F. KORINEK, V. S„ B. V. Sc. at Mehama Monday with their Pr0>iram
preliminary work. The mayor *nv‘ted-
The United States Cream Separator is the |>erfeeted
T reats all domestic animals,
applies the Tuberculin test.
product of forty-three years e.\|>erience in the manufacture
, stead of using the side walk took Louie Schanckenberg is improv-
of dairy poods.
O ffice a t S tay ton Stables
the middle of the road.
G. E. Mulkey returned from
I want to show you how the U. S. will obtain for you
C o m ing D ow n A ll R ight.
Portland a few days ago, after
your rightful share of the prosperous times ahead, ( all,
" h my hair coming down, K ntle?”
S. H . H E L T Z E L
a short visit he expects to go asked the lady with her hand to her
write or telephone.
A tto m e y -at-L aw - N otary Public
"Yes, m a'am .” replied the girl. “ I’m
The Howell Dramatic C l u b golug right upstairs to get It now.”—
met at E. G. Siegmund’s home Yonkers Statesm an.
Farm Loans Secured
one day last week, they report a
(jettin g Ready,
"I understand that Jack has been
throw n over by no few er than three
Emzy Thomas got in such a girls he’s been engaged to.”
"Yes; lies working tmw on an nd
rush to go home after the party
that he forgot his girl until he justalile engagem ent ring ’’ — Chicago
- J . M. RINGO—
got nearly home. It took him
Mr. and Mrs. J. B Van Ham
T h e R ealistic D ram a.
T h e Day of Rest.
quite a while to make up his f'n rrle's sister
The Ghost I could a tale unfold to
home from Port! i
May. six years of age.
OREGON mind whether to go back for her
N o S t r o n g e r E v i d e n c e C a n B e H a d in
Friday evening, aft« I ha
<>n Isdng asked why the S ab b ath 'd a y you whose slightest word would make
or n o t .
“ Faint Heart Ne’er was dilTerent from the other day» In each particular hair stand on end.
been there on a visit for the ; i t
the week answ ered very carelessly. H am let—Useless labor, old chap; my
Won Fair Lady” Emzy.
Look well to their record.
"Oh. th a t’s the day you pin things on hair’s naturally pompadour.—Phllsdel- they have done many time» in year«
V. A. GOODE
Miss Olive Porter was out mo ’stead of sewing " —Delineator.
gone by is the best g u aran tee of fu tu re
A large Crowd attend« 1 1 •?
LAWYER and NOTARY PUBLIC
toring a few Sundays ago, but
result». Anyone with a bad back; any first annual meeting of the I l >•
Conscientious A ttention Given to alt
reader suffering from urinary trouble», limity Fire Company, which \ IS
from kidney ills should find com forting ca]led to>Mher mainly for O f t -
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
For Sale by
RECORD OF THE PAST
Office Room No. 6. Roy Bldg.
Try it yourself—
if you want p e rso n a l and p o s itiv e infor
mation as to how delightful Prince Albert
really is, smoked in a jimmy pipe or rolled into
the best makin’s cigarette you ever set-fire-to 1
Bath Tubs, Lavatories and
all Sanitary fittings—Farm-
ers-W e carry a line of
pumps, leader water sys
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
For, Prince Albert has a wonderful message
of pipe-peace and makin’s peace for every
man. It will revolutionize your smoke ideas
and ideals. The patented process fixes
that— and cuts out bite and parch 1
S TA YTO N DAIRY
Fresh Milk & Cream
C o p y rig h t
1 M by
the national joy smoke
is so friendly to your tongue and taste that
it is mighty easy to get acquainted with.
You’ll like every pipeful or cigarette b e tte r
than th e la st because it is so cool and
fragrant and long-burning. You’ll just sit
back and ponder w h y you have kept away
from such joy’us smokings for so long a time I
YOUR FARM LAND
Geo. A. SMITH
Men, we tell you Prince Albert is all we claim
for it. You’ll understand just how different
our patented process makes Prince Albert
quick as you smoke it!
B n y P r l n e i A l b e r t e v e r y w h e r e t o b n r e n le m i d : In
lo p p y r e d b o i r . B e ; t i d y r e d li n e . 1 0 c ; h a n d e n m m
p o u n d a n d h i t f p o u n d f i n h u m id o r * a r i d i n p o u n d
c r y t t a l- g la » * h u m id o r * w i t h »p on /re m o ta t e n e r to p e
t h a t k e e p t h e t o b a c c o i n e u c h p r im e c o n d it io n .
The Stayton Real Estate Man
joint'd at the meeting as char'iT
members, and <>l «• tli w m« l 'I*
ph«r* disordered my kidneys. I often j joiniqg Tuesday mak g
had 1 often had lameness and soreness
c * . . . . . * • . l , .
of twenty-eight . m» ml'« rs ti] to
across the small of my back.
having an a tta c k , 1 h m rd o f D oan's t n e present. A
Kidney I*i«l» and got a supply. They ti«*n and by-law s W ere d n r
n moved the backache anil »««reness, to- a n d A p p ro v e d , til«* I’e g llli ' « (••
g cp ier with oth er symptom» of kidney tion of office» to o k place a s fo ’.
(S tatem en t given January |OWB. foreman, John Zuber; pivs*
()ver Six Y« ars L ater, Mr. Brown ¡dent, Ed Meiers; sec retar . (!eo
m l : "I use Doan’s Kulnev Bills oc H. b e l l; treasurer, Jjick 1 etriail*
... whan I hava anj symptoms os; first assistant foremai
of kidney com plaint and they never fail Zuber; second assistant, . < k
to give relief. A nother in the family
ban also used Doan’s Kidnev Bills with I
gooff re»ulis for kidney w eakness.”
A number of friends and r.'lr-
Brice 60c, at nil i e «l« r». Don’t aim- tives gathered at the Aug. II •«>
for n knlney r e m e d y - g e t ! dHcks home Monday e v e ; :i ; to
I hum 's Kidney IMF the name thi*t
help M r . II ndiick-« eelebi le
Mr. Ilro ’.vn had.
Foster-M ilbuin Co.,
h i s sixty-fir it birthday.
P rops., Buffalo, N. Y.
E. 0. Crabtree, Prop.
Morning and «Night
words in the following statem ent.
i\ W. Brown, farm er. 1399 S la te
St., Salem, O re., saya: "T h ree years
of m ilt-wright work in n dam p atm«‘S-
tk» r w m oij* of tin* tMy red (¡a
will re a d : * Proreaa Patented July
30th, 1007," which hat mad* t h r e e men
M » k t pi ye. where o n e imaked before!
R. J. REYNO LDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C.
’W hnt «h> you know a b o u t tho con-
-llliilloii-' I’ll l«i*t you c a n ’t repent tho
««ta iling clause ”
‘I «ran too: ’We. the peoplo of the
Uuilial Slat«"*, being of sound m in d
ami «Halloaing will’ ” —
T h a t will ilo.” In terrupted th e oth-
« r man. “ I d id n ’t th ink you knew It,
«•Id t o p ’‘- B u c k .
I ’l e a t u i e a t L la ath .
A wise m an alinll nut lie deprived of
pleasure even when dentil shnll sum
moil him. forasm uch ns he traa a t t a i n
'd the delightful end of th e licst life.
«' parting like n gueat full ntid well
H aving received life upon
trust, ami duly discharged th at office,
lie acipills him self lit d e p a rtin g — Epic-
S u b lim ity Sh ots
1 time was spent in playing c:irds
and other amusements.
Frank Roisterer a n d family
are moving to the Repina Becker
home this week, where ho ir-
tends to make his home for the
Sister Lucille of Si. Mary’*
Homo and Sister bn« Ida of this
place attended the In litute at
Arthur Branch was over from
West Stayton Monday.
Mr. Farnum and Mr. M ir n-
dale of the Union Meat Co of
Portland attended the director*
meeting of the Sublim ty DairV
Ass’n. held here Friday after*
A. 11. Lva of Salem was up l(T
I Sublimity on a visit, Friday.
Kev. Father bainck entertain
ed Father Hildebrand of Oregon
Peter Welter made a days visit
City for a few days last week.
at Mt. Angel, Saturday.