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H. A BEAUCHAMP, M.D.
In the Clruuit Court o f the State o f
Oregon for the County o f Marion.
Physician and Surgtcn
Department No. 2.
Joeeph tlamman, unit Winnie E.
Ilummari, hit wife, I’laintiffa,
j . P. liuraon, M. E. Ptiillipa; the
unknown heiru o f Francis
henline, deaccuaed; Harvy
Hunting Sylveater Henline,
Mwry Pennebaker; the un
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
known heira o f F. M. Hen-
R EQ U IR ES NO M IX IN 3 OR PREPARATION
line, dcceuaed; Fannin Derby-
ahere, Duiay Brown; the un
S t a y t o n , O regon
A lw ays ready for use A lw a ys r e l ia b l e
known heira o f M. A. Brigga,
Kura death to P rairie D ogs If distributed ea rly In the sprin g b e fo re the
fro s t Is out. and b efore the areas starts up. Hundreds o f dog tow n s have
dcceuaed; the unknown heir«
rk ” brand, T ry It the n t
.. “ W ood
o f Andrew lienline, deecnaed;
b righ t w arm days this sp rin g sand he
* ‘ It's easily and q u ick ly
done. Don't waft
grow . T h ey w on't eat the poison
the unknown heira o f W. H.
then. Get a Biipn'
ipply H OW and " * hsve It ready to use at the righ t tim e. T h e
results w ill rnak
ake you r heart glad. But do Us now. D estroys Oephers,
Henline, deceaaed; the un>,
Saga Rate and Oround Squirrels o f ell
W s etngh
e l! kinds. V
i n g l e kernel kills. M ost
known heira o f C. W. Hen-
econom ical poison made. Hundreds have been k illed w ith the con ten ts o f
a single can. J i n Z A B L T when teed Is sca rce and b e fo re the y o u n g aro
Une, deceaaed; und elao, ali
Office Over Gardner’s Store Building
born, fo r beat results. When you hay do not experim ent. Ask f o r the
other (leraona or purtiea un
•'W ood-lark" Brand. It la tha beat. M oney back If you ’re not aatlsded.
CLA RK E. W O O D W A R D D RU O C O - PO R T LA N D , OREGON.
known claiming any right,
title, estate, lien, or ffitureat
in the reul ratal« described
6. F. K0RINEK, ¡V. S„ B. V. Sc.
in the complaint herein. De
CHANCE OP A LIFETIME preienti itself. All that is needed 1»
a little cash. It is the man who has BANKED HIS SAVINGS
To Fannie Derbyahcre, a n d
Daisy Their Unceasing Work Keep Ua Strong
who can take the immediate advantage.
Treats all domestic animala,
Brown; the unknown heira o f Fran
applies the Tuberculin test.
cis Henline,deceased; the unknown
All the blood in the body passes thru
START AN ACCOUNT TO D A Y .
Bath Tubs, Lavatories and
heira o f F. M. Henline, deceased; the kidneys once every three minutes.
O ffice mt S le y tom S l e t leg
the unknown heira o f M. A . Briggs, The kidneys filter the blood.
all Sanitary fittings— Farm-
I t ym already have an account add to it and be prepared for the buainees
deceaaed; the unknown heira o f work night and day.
When healthy j
opportunities t h a t are often offered you.
ers-W e carry a line of
Andrew Henlinc, deceased; the un they remove about 600 grains o f im -1
pumps, leader water sys
known heira o f W. H. Henlinc, de pure matter daily,when unhealthy «ome
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
ceased; the unknown heira o f C. part o f thia impure matter is left in 1
W. Henline, deceased; and also, in the blood. Thia brings on many dis- j
all other persons or parties un eases and symptoms—which vary widely
known claiming any right, title, but may include pain in the back, head
estate, lien, or interest in and to ache, nervousness, hot, dry akin, rheu
the following described real prop matic pains, gout, gravel, disorders o f
Repair work of all kinds
the eyesight and hearing, dizziness, ir
Beginning at a point 10 chains S. regular heart, debility, drowsiness,
and 10.28 chainx W. o f the center o f dropay, deposits in the urine, etc. But
“Sublimity . . . .
SSc. 10, in T. 9 A , K. 1 W. o f the W. if you keep the filters right the danger
M. in Marion County, Oregon; running la overcome. Doan’s Kidney Pills have
thence South 4.38 chains; thence West proven an effective kidney medicine.
A share of the banking business
3.18 chains; thence North 4.38 chains;
John A. Niday, 262 Twelth St., Port
of Stayton and vicinity
thence East 3.18 chains to the place of land, Ore., saya: “ I confirm all I said
FRE8H and SALT MEATS
beginning and containing 1.39 acres, about Doan’s Kidney Pills some years
B Y B U Y IN G Y O U R
more or less.
•go at my old home in Grants Pass.
Pur« Lard at All Timet
In the Name ot the Slate o f Ore Their continued use proved to me that
Highest Market Price Paid F ir
gon: You ami each o f you, are hereby they are the best kidney and bladder
You are assured of a safe deposi
remedy I know of.
FA T STOCK
complaint Hied again»), you in the above Pills did me more good than any other
tory and courteous treatment at
entitled Court and cause, on or before remedy I ever used.”
the 19th day o f Feb. 1914, and if you • Price 50c, at all dealers. Don’ t sim
this bank, by ample capital and
fail to answer, for want thereof, the ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
. . .
long experience in the banking
plaintitfs will apply to the Court fur Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that
the relief prayed for in their com Mr. Niday had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props,, Buffalo, N. Y.
That the right o f possession and
the title o f said above described real
Contractor & Builder
property be forever quieted by a De- i
cree o f this Court and that bv said De
h o t el a n n ex
cree it be declared and adjudged that j
Bond furnished to cover all cost
said defendants have no right, title, j The infant daughter o f J. J.
and insureja first class guaranteed
estate, lien, or interest whatsoever, in | Bradley and wife is reported on
Law or in Equity in. on, or to said real j the sick list.
property or any part thereof, and that
I. E. Thomas is still improving
the title o f the plaintiffs is a good and
See me and let me figure on your
valid title, in fee simple, and that said and is able to be up and around.
defendants be forever enjoined and de
work, and I save you money.
J. W. James is able to be out
barred from asserting any claim, right,
title, estate, lien or interest whatsoev around in the yard once more.
80 acres about 7 miles from Sublim
er in, on, or to safct real property or
Stanley Ray, wife and baby
ity, Ore., 40 to 45 acres under cultiva
any part thereof, adverse to plaintiffs;
are visiting at J. W. Ray’s this tion, good house and barn, orchard and
that plaintiffs hsve judgment against'
other larm improvements.
said defendants for their costa and dis week.
bursements incurred in this suit, and
Quite a number attended the 00.00, terms $6u0 down, $500 in on«
year, balance terms to suit the pur
such other or further relief as to Court
TH OM AS,
sale at the big red barn in West chaser.
may seem just and equitable.
ThiB summons is served upon you j
20 acres inside the corporate limits
by publication in the Stayton Mail a
Mrs. Fannie Douglas principal o f May ton. Ore., bottom land, well
weekly newspaper published weekly in j
of our school took sick and bad improved. Price $3200.00, terms $1000
the Town o f Stayton, Manon County, !
The pri down, balance to suit purchaser.
Oregon, by order o f Hon. Wra. Galio- j to go home Tuesday.
2.80 acres unimproved land only a
way, Judge o f t h e above entitled! mary teacher took charge o f the
few blocks from school house in Stay-
Court, dated on the 7th day o f Jan. ' school.
ton, Ore. Terms $120.00 per acre,cash.
1914, the first publication to be on the i
^ Q O ^ S Q U IR R E L
" d V I t
G O P H ER
P O IS O N
C. H. BREWER, M. D .
y //£ B M # x T ffa r M iis "
Wilbuf N. Ptntlcr, D.JILD.
WHAT THE KIDNEYS DO
ST A Y T O N STATE B AN K
Stayton Butcher Shop
Bread, Cakes, Pies,
Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton, Oregon
N . T E A G U E
Bakery and Restaurant
FOR SALE CHEAP
STAYTON MEAT MARKE,
Will Always Patronize
which is one o f the many reasons why
the General Merchandise store o f
is kept at the place it now occupies
before the public
Fresh, bait & Cured Meats
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
John Watters the Old Reliable
back at his old stand. Nuff Sed.
Honest Goods-Honest Prices
EUREKA FLOURING MILLS
M A N U F A C T U R E R S O F F L O U R A N D FEED
GEORGE SPANI0L, Proprietor
Remodeled and Ready for Business
J. H. Glass Prop.
“ Home Cooking”
“ Eureka” and "Cooks Delight”
Give our new flour a trial.
Every sack guaranteed.
Board by Day or Week
Lulay Bros. & Co.
Contractors & Builders
[ Dwelling houses a specialty
[ Let us figure on your build
We can save you money
A good job gauranteed
P. O. Box 228
Mrs. Corda Elliot of California
is visiting at the Brower home
she is on the sick list
Quite a number attended the
demonstration o f t h e stump
burner. They are using it on
John Miller’s place.
Johnnie Miller made a busi
ness trip to Aumsville Monday.
Mrs. Ira Thomas was the guest
of her sister-in-law of the Waldo
Hills Saturday and Sunday.
Geo. Mulkey returned from
Portland where he has been vis
iting this week.
Mr. Ingersol and family mov
ed to their home near Salem last
Tract o f land between 2 and 3 acres
only a few blocks from Stayton State
Bank, Stayton, Ore.
3 acres only a few blocks from school
house in Stayton, Ore., well improved,
good house and barn, orchard.
S. H. HELTZEL
Hens h eavy___________
Ducks,Indian KunnerslO.Pekin 12
Dressed T u rk ey s...... ..................
Veal Fancy 12*.
Live Hogs, Choice...........
Live Hogs, Heavy Rough
Mr. Hays a n d family have
moved on the W.E. Smith place.
Walter Shire and wife, who
have been living in California a
few months, returned to Meha
ma last Friday.
A crowd from Lyons listened
to the band pratice Sunday.
Grandpa Stout made a business
trip to Mill City Monday.
E fta t Marta Prict Pad ta Fa Sleek
40.7 acres near West Stayton, Ore., Abstracts sad Probata W ork a Specialty
bottom land, part under cultivation.
Office Over Deidrich’a Hardware Store.
Price $75.00 per acre, terms.
Willamette Valley Irrigated Land Co’ s
Irrigation Canal crosses this property
along the North side.
Property on all J .
M . R I N G Ü
sides o f thia tract is being held from
$100 to $250 per care, however this Undertaker a n d
tract belongs to an Estate and must be
Third and Marion Streets
sold within the next few months.
Abstracts showing clear title and
warranty deeds will be furnished free
with each o f the above tracts.
For further information, inquire o f
S. H. Heltzel, Deidrich Building, Stay-
Several of the people of the
district met at the school house
last Friday. After listening to a
good program by the school they
organized a Parent-Teachers
Oscar Zimmerman called a t
the Burtis home Sunday,
Lard & Creamery Butter.
I ’ Corrected Thursdays hut subject
to change without notice.
Suits $ 1 2 up.
Come in and see them.
John Henkel, The Tailor
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