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H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M.D.
In the Circuit Court o f the State o f
Oregon for the County o f Marion.
Physician and Surgeon
Department No. 2.
Joseph Hamman, and Winnie E.
llamrnan, hi* wife, i'laintiffs,
J. P. Bunion, M. K. Phillips; the
unknown heirs o f Francis
Henline, desc-eaaed; Harvy
lieriline, Sylvester ilenhne,
Mary Pennebaker; the un
PHYSICIAN |AND SURGEON
known heira o f F. M. Hen
R EQ U IR ES NO M IXIN G OR PREPARATION,
line, deceased; Fannia Derby-
S ta y to n , O regon
shore, Daisy Brown; the un
A lw ays r e a d y fo r use A l w a y s r e l i a b l e
known heira o f M. A. Briggs,
flo r a death to Vralrla Dogs If distributed early In the spring before the
fr o e t le o u f, and before the grass s t u t , up
Hundred, o f d o g towns have
deceased; the unknown heir*
b een c o m p le te ly destroyed w ith the 'W ood-lark ” brand
T ry It the flret
o f Andrew Honline, deceased;
b r ig h t w o rm d a y s thin spring aand 1 « convinced. It's e a s ily and quickly
d on e. Ixrn’ t w aft till the g r a s s begin,', to grow. They won’t eet the poison
the unknown heira o f W. H.
then. G et a s u ipply
ready to uae at th»- right time. Tho
p p ly V O W _ end h a t e It ____
r e s u lts will make your h< rt giad.
Hut do It now. Deetroyi
D e stro y . Oophers,
Henline, deceased; the un
Hage Kata an d G rou n d ■quirr.ta o f a'l klnda. A single kernel kills. Stoat
known heira o f C. W. Hen
e c o n o m ica l polim n made. Ilundreda l ave been killed with the contents of
a s in g le can. UBZ Z A U V when feed le scarce and before the young are
line, deceased; and also, all
) Office Over Gardner’! Store Building
born, fo r beat r e s u lts .
W hen y o u b u y do not experiment.
Ask for the
“ W o o d -la rk ” llrand
It Is the beet. M on ey bock If y o u ’ re not satlsAed.
other persona or partiea un
j Phone 2152
C L A R K E , W O O D W A R D D R U G CO.. P O R T L A N D . OREOON.
known claiming any right,
•*title, estate, lien, or interest
in the real estate described
6. F. KORINEK, ¡Y. S„ B. V. Sc.
in the complaint herein. De
CHANCE OF A LIFETIME present* itself. All that is needed is
a little cash. It is the man who has BANKED HIS SAVINOS To Fannie Derhyshere, a n d Daisy
Miss Una Darby who is attend- j
Treats all domestic animals,
who can take the immediate advantage.
Brown; the unkncwn heira o f Fran ing school in Silverton was an
applies the Tuberculin test.
cis Henline,deceased; the unknown over Sunday visitor at home
Bath Tubs, Lavatories and
heira o f F. M. Henlme, deceased;
O ffic e mt S ta y to n S ta b le s
Mrs. J. King a n d daughter
all Sanitary fittings— Farm
the unknown heira o f M.A. Briggs,
It yon already have an account add to it and be prepared for the business
deceased; the unknown heirs o f Leona called at the C. J. Seibel
ers—We carry a line o f
opportunities that are often offered you.
Andrew Henline, deceased; the un home Saturday afternoon.
pumps, leader water sys
known heirs o f W. H. Henline, de
tems, etc. Gasoline enginea.
Miss Cornelius paid our school
ceased; the unknown heirs o f C.
W. Henline, deceased; and also, a pleasant visit o n e day last
all other persona or parties un week.
known claiming any right, title,
The Misses Stella Kerstein and
estate, lien, or interest in and to
Business Blocks and Bungalows.
the following described real prop Leona King spent Sunday with
, Miss Inez Fisher.
Beginning at a point 10 chains S.
Mrs. Wright Hurt called onj
and 10.28 chains W. o f the center of
Sec. 10, in T. 9 S., R. 1 W. o f the W. ■ Mrs. C. J. Seibel Saturday.
M. in Marion County, Oregon; running
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Flake who
thence South 4.38 chains; thence West
A share of the banking business
3.18 chains; thence North 4.38 chains; have been visiting at the Andrew
of Stay ton and vicinity
thence East 3.18 chains to the place of Fisher have departed for their |
beginning and containing 1.36 acres, home in Canada. They expect
B Y BU YIN G Y O U R
more or less.
to visit at Salem, Portland and
In the Name ot the State o f Ore
Repair work o f all kinds
gon: You and each o f you, are hereby Goldendale on their way home.
required t o appear and answer the
You are assured of a safe deposi
Mr. Fred Yost drove to Stay-
complaint tiled against you in the above
Sublimity . . . .
ton Saturday afternoon.
tory and courteous treatment at
entitled Court and cause, on or before
o f the
the 18th day o f Feb. 1914, and if you
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hum
this bank, by ample capital and
fail to answer, rfor want thereof, the phreys spent Saturday and 'Sun
plaintiffs will apply to the Court for
long experience in the banking
day with relatives near Aums-
the relief prayed for in their com
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FRESH and SALT MEATS
That the right of possession and
T h e Victor Point Farmers
Pure Lard at A il Timt s
the title o f said above described real
Association held a very plesant
property be forever quieted by a De
Highest Market Price Paid For
cree o f this Court and that by said De open meeting in the W. O. W.
IN STAYTON HOTEL ANNEX
cree it De declared and adjudged that Hall Monday n igh t
said defendants have no right, title,
jgMrs. Fred Yost called at the J.
eatate, lien, or interest whatsoever, in
Law or in Equity in,' on, or to said real King home Saturday afternoon.
property or any part thereof, and that
the title o f the plaintiffs is a good and
valid title, in fee simple, and that said
defendanta be forever enjoined and de
barred from asserting any claim, right,
T. J. Hill and w ife spent
title, estate, lien or interest whatsoev
Thursday evening at the C. J.
80 acres about 7 miles from Sublim
er in, on, or to said real property or
ity, Ore., 40 to 45 acres under cultiva
any part thereof, adverse to plaintiffs; Hunt home.
tion, good house and bam, orchard and Bond furnished to cover ail cost-
that plaintiffs have judgment against
Miss Helen Hunt spent a few
other larm improvements.
said defendants for their costs and dis
days with her parents this week. 00.00, terms $6u0 Jown, $600 in one and insure|a first class guaranteed
bursements incurred in this suit, and
such other or further relief as to Court
Mrs. L. M. White and baby of year, balance terms to suit the pur
may seem just and equitable.
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
y /f£ / JA A j¥ . rA
Wilbur N.^intler, D.M.D.
W. A. WEDDLE
STAYTON STATE BANK
Architect & Designer
Bread, Cakes, Pies,
Bakery and Restaurant
Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton, Oregon
Will Always Patronize
which is one o f the many reasons why
the General Merchandise store of
is kept at the place it now occupies
before the public
Honest Goods-Honest Prices
This summons is served upon you
by publication in the Stayton Mail a
weekly newspaper published weekly in
the Town o f Stayton, Marion County,
Oregon, by order o f Hon. Wm. Gallo
way, Judge o f t h e above entitled
Court, dated on the 7th day o f Jan.
1914, the first publication to be on the
8th day o f Jan. 1914, and you are re-
qnired to appear and answer on or be
fore the 19th day o f Feb. 1914.
S. H. Haltzel,
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
GET YOUR SOLE FIXED
J. H. Glass *Prop.
M A N U F A C T U R E R S O F F L O U R A N D FEED
0E0RQ E SPANI0L, Proprietor
Remodeled and Ready for Business
"Eureka” and "Cooks Delight”
Every sack guaranteed.
Day or Week
AND W HITENESS
| Lulay Bros. & Co.
Salem are visiting at the J. T.
Henry Frank and wife were
Sublimity callers Thursday.
Contractors & Builders
; Dwelling h ou ^ s a specialty
; Let us figure on your build
We can save you money
A good jç b gauranteed
P. O. Box 228
20 acres inside the corporate limits See me and let me figure on your
o f btayton. Ore., bottom land, well
work, and I save you money.
improved. Price $3200.00, terms $1000
down, balance to suit purchaser.
2.80 acres unimproved land only a
C. J. Hunt and wife were
few blocks from school house in Stay-
Stayton callers Saturday.
ton, Ore. Terms $120.00 per acre,cash.
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
Mrs. Samuel White o f Salem is
Tract o f land between 2 and 3 acres
visiting her parents Mr. and only a few blocks from Stayton State
Bank, Stayton, Ore.
Mrs. T. J. Hill this week.
Mrs. Alvin Bums was trading
3 acres only a few blocks from school
with Sublimity merchants Mon
house in Stayton, Ore., well improved,
good house and barn, orchard.
Miss Helen Hunt and Miss Iola $2600.00, teims.
40.7 acres near W est Stayton, Ore.,
Gesner visited the school Friday
bottom land, part under cultivation.
r p • fl •
T u rn e r T id in g s
Miss Alma Smith o f Salem
spent Sunday at the Turner
Henry Smith and wife gave a
dinner party last Thursday in
, honor o f J. M. Beck and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Beck left the
first o f the week for Southern
Mrs. Mary McHaley is visiting
her sister Mrs. Irvin Putnam.
Mrs. O. H. P. Cornelius is en
tertaining Miss Ella Moore of
Tom Miller nas a new cement
walk in front o f his confection
Fresh, bait & Cured Meats
Lard & Creamery Butter.
S. H . H E L T Z E L
Holt Miles is building a dwell-
iug house on 3rd street.
Price $75.00 per acre, terms.
Willamette Valley Irrigated Land Co’s
Irrigation Cana! crosses this property
Highest Market Price Paid For Fat Stock
along the North side.
Property on all
sides o f this tract is being held from
| $100 to $250 per care, however this
tract belongs to an Estate and must be
sold within the next few months.
Abstracts showing clear title and
warranty deeds will be furnished free
Abstracts and Probate Work a Specialtr
with each o f the above tracts.
For further information, inquire of Office Over Deidrich’s Hardware Store
S. H. Heltzel, Deidrich Building, Stay-
Mrs. Clarence Forest has been t M 4 « » 4 4 4 « M 4 4 4 4 « M » M m
suffering from a needle, which
she ran in her hand.
day last week.
Invitations are out for the an
nual White Ribbon tea to be held
at Mrs. R. O. Thomas’ Wednes
TH OM AS,
John Watters the Old Reliable
back at his old stand. Nuff Sed.
EUREKA FLOURING MILLS
FOR SALE CHEAP E. N. TEAGUE
Contractor & Builder
Give our new flour a trial.
Stayton Butcher Shop
S p r i n g s .. .. .. ..-----------
Ducks,Indian Runners 8,Pekin
Dressed T urk eys..................
Live Hogs, Choice-
Live Hogs, Heavy Rough
E g g s ...................
Corrected Thursdays but subject
to change without notice.
M . R I N G 0
Third and Marion Streets
Suits $12 up.
Come in and see them.
John Henkel, The Tailor