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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1917)
Industrial Club Work
H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
THE STAYTON MAIL
C. H . B R E W E R , M . D .
Make* Gabbing Arrangement With
The Oregon Farmer
S t a y t o n , O regon
Offers Unusual Opportunity to Its Readers
Wilbur N. Plntler, DAI).
MONG our large circle of readers
there are a great many who are in
terested directly or indirectly in
fruit growing, dairying and other
branches of fanning. All of these
naturally wish to keep in close touch with ag
ricultural activities throughout the state;
and to know about any fight which is being
waged for the measures Oregon farmers
want and against all sorts of schemes that
are detrimental to the people and agricultural
interests of this state.
Office Opp. Lanei-fluld Shoe Store
Physician and Surgeon
ÎS. I l
II K I / I 7 . B L
We have, therefore, made a special clubbing
arrangement with THE OREGON FAR
MER whereby any farmer or fruitgrower,
who is one o f our regular w k w i b i r i and w ho
is not now a subscriber to THE OREGON
FARMER, will be entitled to receive THE
OREGON FARMER in combination with
this paper at the same rate as for this paper
Attornov-al-Law — Notary Public
Karin I-oans Secured
V . A . GOODE
LAWYER and NOTARY PUBLIC
Tills offer applies to ail those who renew or
extend their subscriptions as well as to all
new subscribers. If you are interested di
rectly or indirectly in Oregon agriculture,
do not miss this unusual opportunity, but
send your order in now.
Office Room No. 0, Itoy Hldg.
- J , M. UINGO—
THE OREGON FARMER is the one farm
paper which is devoting itself exclusively
to the farming activities and interests of
Oregon. It has a big organization gath
ering the news of importance to farmers,
dairymen, fruitgrowers, stockraisers and
poultry men; and it h:is the backbone to at
tack wrongful methods ar.d combinations and
bad legislation, and support honest leaders
and beneficial measures. We are confident
that our readers will congratulate us on our
l>emg able to make this splendid and at
tractive clubbing offer.
G. F. KORINEK, V. S., B. V. Sc
Treala nil domestic animals,
uppliea the Tuberculin test.
Utflce at S tayton Stable*
Í —Real Estate— :
j! And Farm Loans j
GEO. A. SMITH
Contractors & Builders
¡1 Dwelling houses a specialty
;; Let us figure on your build-
¡1 We can save you money
A good jol) gau ran teed
11 Phone 77
P. O. Box 1U8
Bath Tubs, Lavatories and
all Sanitary fittings— Farm-
ers-W c earry a line of
pumps, leader water sys
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
Stayton Mail, one year -
Oregon Farmer, one j ear -
By our Clubbing arrangements both for $1-00
T H E S T A Y T O N M A IE
i Lulay & Schindler jj
B O T H F O R P R IC E
Department of the Interior
S. LandOffice at Portland, Oregon
June 14, 1917
¡1 NOTICE is hereby given that Wil
¡1 liam J. Holme», of Gate»,'.Oregon, who,
!! on February 3rd, 1915, made Homestead
Entry, No 04447, for Lota 1 and 2, and
11 SJ of N EJ, Section 4, Township 9
o South, Range 3 East, Willamette
<» Meridian, has tiled notice of intention
to make Commutation Proof, to estab
lish claim to the land above described,
before the Register and Receiver of
the United States Land Office, at
Portland Oregon, on the 24th day of
Claimant names as witnesses.
I.ec Holmes, of Portland, Oregon
Selas Roda, rf Gates, Oregon
George M. Starr, of Gates, Oregon
Albert Myers, of Gates, Oregon.
Proof made ut.der Act of June 6,
S t. M a r y s C h u r c h
Woodburn, July 10,1017.—The
boys’ aral girls’ industrial club
Net. Contents 15Fluid Drachw
work will be supervised during
the summer months in Marion
county. By arrangements with
the State College and Marion !•
c unty, I have been selected to
do this work.
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Marion county has nearly one
sixth of the enrollment in club
ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT.
work for the state. It is our
A vertable Preparati«» 6rA*
hope to have nearly all complete
;R s i
tini IheStomadis awl Brands «
tin ir work and that Marion coun
ty Hhall have some state winners
thi year. It shall be my aim to
Thereby Promoting Dtfcr»W*
give them such assistance that
I -J7 K
will help them to complete their
neither Opium, Morphine nor
Mineral. N o t X am c o t K
H ttip t J (M JJrSXH U U JfrtSk
If I may be of any service to
the boys and girls and the differ-,
jU lSeM O
ent communities in your part of
■ - 't
the county, I shall be glad at all
»•< c -
times to respond to any demands
ymUrfm* / h n r ___ ;
on my time.
A helpful Remedy for
Jay V, Fike,
Constipation and V ta ir V **-
I»cal Club leader.
and Feverishness and
l o s s OF SLEEP
resutUni therefronnn Infant?
I P A ST O R IA
Special services at the Chris
N e x t Sunday!
pn inb. s to be a big day at the
Christian church, the minister,
has chosen two very important
and ir.tensely interesting themes
for discussion, 11a. m. the sub
ject is ‘ ‘ Who Made the Devil;
Why Don’ t God Kill the Devil?”
A “ straight from the shoulder”
talk on a very popular person,
the origin, character, temper,
works and destiny of the devil
will be discussed.
doesn’ t kill the devil has always
bothered many people, the past
present and future of old Satan j
will be handled without gloves, j
At 8 p. m.. a hot weather sub
ject for warm people will be dis- j
cussed viz: "Thirty Minutes in !
Hell.” Some people don’ t believe i
in.ajhell. You’ won’ t be in hell
thirty minutes until you will say
“ My Cod. what a mistake I have
| made,’ ’ this is a scriptural and |
I candid discussion of “ Hell—its
origin, place temperature, inhab
itants, ruler, duration etc.” Be
sure to hear both o f these vital
themes. Special music at both
Marion F. Horn,
But Hard To
A R o o fin g fo r
E v e r y K in d
O f B u ild in g
It costs nothing to inquire
People Mutt Recognize and
Kidney ills come mysteriously,
Hut nature generally warns you.
Services 2nd 4th and 5th Sun
Notice the kidney secretions.
days at 8:110 a. m.
See if the c dor : i unnatural
Rev. Fr. Lainck. Pastor
If there are settings and sediment,
I t i l i S A L E 11Y
Passages frequent, scanty, painful.
Its time to fear serious Kidn* y
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE MAY 14
Its time to use Doan’s Kidney Pills.
Doan’s have done great work in this
Z. T. Stoutemycr, Washington St.,
Will make regular trips every day, Eugene, Ore., says: " I have used
Sundays included ns follows:
Doan’s Kidney Pills whenever I have
Í 4AT.EM rilONK i m
Eugene Stib' University has
needed a kidney medicine for the part
Stayton for Kingston 8:35 a.m.8:45 tt.m, twenty five years and they have never completed military drill hall and
Kingston 1• Stayton 8:56 " 9:05 "
failed to do me good.
Whenever I starts work on $50,000 dormitory
Stnvton " 1 Salem 9:15 “ 10:25 “
9:25 " 3:60 p. m notice thHt my kidneys don't act'fight,
Increasing scarcity of labor is
9:40 " 3:35 "
I take a few doses of Doan’s Kidney
9:55 *• 3:15 *•
Pills and they soon put them in good alarming eastern Oregon ranch
Sak-ni for Stayton
working order and my back becomes ers.
L ch v«i Opp. Ore. Elee. 2:45 p.m. 4:00 "
i as strong as ever.
Pendleton must cease polluting
I,eHve Stay ton tor Kingston 4:25 r.M
Price 5Ce, at all de.ilcrs.
" Kingston “ Stayton
the Umati la river nd build a
ply as'« for a kidney remedy get
connect» wi!h Motor ( nr
$20,000 septic sewaure tank.
| Doan's Kidney Pill, the same that
MILL ( ITY-STAYTON- SALEM
Mr. Stoutomyer u •,«.». Foster - Milburn
Pacific Coast Defense League
Co . Prop*., Ibdfalo, N. Y.
urges building of mili
6:16 a. m. 7:20 p. m
- 6:45 ••
tary road by government from
Coos Bay Grant Smith & F. the < anadi n ne lo iheAI xienn
Nt» y ton -
V. Hauser contemplate huil !i> • border.
shipyard on Goos Bay; they al
Medford Count • court ¡ sits
trnio 62 n’ thb’nd 8:20 ••
ready have one at Vancouver B. state hi h a eo i mission for
9:10 n. m
SHlom m<wta o .i;
C., Aberdeen Wash., and St. $12,000 to help bail I highway to
Ijeave O.E (|p|iot 4:20 p. m.
Blue Ledge Mine.
Roofing Manufacturing Co.
“ I Know That My Redeemer
Liveth,” a sermon on Christian
experience, heart religion, or the
witness of the spirit, will be giv
en by the pastor at the morning
service at the Methodist Episco
pal church next Sunday and the j
public is cordially invited to hear
It is probable that there will
be union services in the evening
with the announcement to bei
made from the pulpits of the
churches at the morning serv
ices, this plan for Sunday nights
to continue through July and
E. B. Lockhart.
Eugene Woolen Mills havecon-
tracte 1 for 25.000 yards of army
Linn count'- putting a hard
top on road from Jefferson to
Portland alarmed about in
crease g shortage of futl oil.
Many contracts expiring and
advancing 1 rices almost prohibi-
Silverton A farmers wool
pool o f 05,000 lbs. sol 1 for 72 1-2
Astoria building public market.
Salem Work starting on new
Southern Paci ie st ition here.
Salem canneries bandied 35
tons of strawberries daily last
Porter Bros, to move sawmill
to Coos Bay and establish ship
For Infants and Children,
Mothers Know That ,
Genuine Castoria *
iac Simile S.jnftw ro t
Tut C ewt . wh Cowenr.
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
TM* CENTAUR COMMNY, NfW TOÄ« ClTY
S U B S C R IB E
The Stayton Mail
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Gymnasium and Athletic Supplies'-!
Basket Ball Goods
Indoor Base Ball Supplies
A G E N T S FO R T H E
• * * «
Famous Grip Sure Basket Ball Shoes
Base Ball and L aw n
Spalding Sweaters andjersyes
Dayton and Adlake Bicycles $28.85* to $45:::
Bicycle and Gun Repairing— Key Fitting
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Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, Cutler
TROJAN STUMPING POWDERr
No Fumes, No Freezing
No Headaches. No Thawing
. ..4 A.,
Lilly Hardware Co*. Local A gents
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DR. C. B. O’NEILL stayton
DR. 0. A. OLSON
D E N T IS T
Greene Supplee amlGysi’ s Methods
Used in Making Plate
“ -i :
T HOM AS,
R oom s 5-6 Bush Bank Building
214 Masonic Temple.
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Fresh, ^ait & Cured Mqts
Lard k Creams y Rnttór.
Highest Mari e! Price Pa: PW Fat Slock
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
srlth LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach tho scat of the dtsease. Ca
tarrh is a blood or constitutional dlse»«*.
and in order to euro It you must take'ln-
ternal remedies, lla li^ Catarrh Curl is
taken Internally, and acta directly W".™
the blood and mucous surfaces. , 7IaUT»
Catarrh Cure is not a
svas i*res(‘ri)'ed by ono o f tho beat ■»hy
Biclans Ir. tills country for years and la
a regular prescription. It £
the best tonics known, combined"wlttrhha
best blood puriners. noting direotly
mucous surfaces. The I^rfSot
tlon of the two Ingredient s i s
duces such wonderful results tn > u » n *
catarrh. Send for tesUmonlals. ,free.^
C A S T O R I A
A canning company down the
For lofants and Children
valley is wanting to contract for
p .tint at •; l i er hundred. This In U s e For Ove.‘30 Years
if the lowly “ spud” was Always bears
going to be a good price at dig Signature
F . J. C H E N E Y & CO., Props.. Toledo. O .
field by Druggists, price ~ e .