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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View This Issue
TWO E0ÄDS,WHICH WILL Special ON Sale
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Tu rk e y
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ROLL EDGE HIP
BOOTS only $4.50
A box of candy for sister, mother or
sweetheart-A box of cigars for dad or
brother-A magazine for a friend will be
appreciated. Look over our stock.
Usually sell at $ 6 .0 0
( ash Shoe Store
TART on the ROAD TO PROSPERITY today. The first milestone
is a BANK ACCOUNT. It is a check against extravagance. Read
the autobiography of any of our great captains of industry and
finanae. Invariably, close to the opening paragraph, he will tell o f his
FIRST BANK ACCOUNT. It was the first milestone in his ROAD TO
J. A. HENDERSHOTT Prop.
Luiay Bros. & Co.
MANUFACTURERS OF FLOUR AND FEED
Contractors & Builders
Dwelling houses a specialty
Let us figure on your build
We can save you money
A good job gauranteed
GEORGE SPANIOL, Proprietor
Remodeled and Ready for Business
P. 0. Box 228
of Stayton and vicinity
You are assured ot a safe deposi
tory and courteous treatment at
this bank, by am p]: capital and
Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton , Oregon
| Good Printing §
Anything you want
¥ At The Mail Office
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR MARION
Department No. 2.
Mandelia C. Benson. Plaintiff, vs
Mary E. Schell, Lousia J. Smith, Har
riet E. Baldwin, Jerome Mulkey and
C. C. Mulkev. Defendants.
To Mary E. Schell, Lousia J. Smith
and Jerome Mulkey, defendants, IN'
THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON you are hereby required to
appear and answer a complaint filed
against vou in the al>ove entitled court
and cause, on or before the 7th day of
January, 1915, said date being six (6)
weeks from the date ordered for the
first publication o f this summons, to-
wit: November 26th, 1914 and if you
fail so to appear and answer said com
plaint, plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief demanded in said com
plaint, namely, for a decree for the
partitioning o f the following described j
lands, tc-wit: Beginning at a point on
the north boundary line o f the Donation i
Land Claim o f David Mulkey ar.d wife ,
in Township 9, South range 1, East ol
t h e Willamette Meridian in Marion |
County, State o f Oregon, said point l
being north 84 deg. 23 min. east 13.86;
chains from the most westerly n orth -'
west corner o f said claim and being a t !
the most northerly north-east corner o f '
a tract o f land owned by E. D. Alexan- I
der, as shown o f record in Volume 104 '•
at page 368 o f Records o f lleeds fur
Manon County Oregon, running thence
north 84 deg. 32 min. east 14.16 chains
more or less to a point within 11.88
chains o f the south-east corner o f the
James Valentine claim, thence north 8i
deg. 30 min. uast 27.70 chains to the i
center o f the county road leading from j
Mehama to Stayton, thence easterly I
following the center line o f said road ■
to the north-west corner o f a 50-acre |
tract o f land owned by C. C. Mulkey aa j
shown o f record in volume 108 at page
428 o f Records o f Deeds fur Mariun
County, Oregon, thence south 6 deg.
west 43.65 chains t o the south-west I
corner o f said 50-acre tract thence '
| south 86 deg. 39 min. west 8.l0 chains |
more or less to the north-west corner ,
j of a 100-acre tract owned by C. W. !
I Steward as shown o f record in Volume !
98 at page 4% o f the Records o f Deeds '
for Marion County, Oregon, th en ce1
! south 3 deg. 21 min. east 14.98 chains,
to the most easterly north-east corner
f eeete eeeeeeet e eeee « » »»# «»
o f the aforesaid Alexander tract,thence
j south 86 deg. 39 min. west 10.41 chains,
I thence north 3 deg. 21 min. west 31.36 j
chains to the place o f beginning, con- I
I taining 82 acres o f land more or less '
i situated in Clarion County, State o f
C. E. Kramer, Prop.
According to the respective rights o f!
the parties plaintiff ami defeodents, or !
i if a partition can not be had without |
material injury to those rights then for J
a sale o f the said premises and division j
; o f the proceeds between the parties |
i according to their rights and for plaint-!
; iff’ s costs and disbursments and such I
other or furth* r relief as to this court 1 ’
shall seem meet with principles o f equi-1 < » M 4 H e e 4 e e e s e « e 4 « » e e < 4 e e
You are hereby further notified that i
this summonses ordered to be served I
THE PLACE TO EAT
on you by publication thereof in the!
Stayton Mail, a newspaper o f general j Short Orders at all hours. Every
circulation, printed and published I n | thing clean, neat and just rs you want
Stayton, Marion County, State o f Ure- it cooked.
gon, namely from the 26th day o f No
vember 1914 to the 7th day o f January
1915 pursuant to the order o f Honor Old Newspapers—
able William Galloway, Judge o f said 1 Big bundle for 10c at the Msil office.
court, made on the 24th day o f N ovem -!
Walter L. Spalding
R h eu m a tic
p a in s «r a
r a lle v o ]
Attorney for plaintiff.
Dr. Mlle* Anti-Pain Pilla.
Tffltf fessy IHf&sih
oven as y e a r
E X P E R IE N C E
Give our now flour a trial.
“ Eureka” and “Cooks Delight”
share of the banking; business
I STAYTON MARKET
Broilers 1$ to 3 lbs..............
Ducks.Indian Runners 8, Pekin
T u rk ey s._______ ________
Dressed T u rk ey s______ _________
-Veal Fancy 10,
P o r k ...___ _____________
Live Hogs, Choice______
Live Hogs, Heavy Rough
E gg s-..........................
Corrected Thursdays but subject
to change without notice.
Every sack guaranteed.
PURITY, STRENGTH AND WHITENESS
B L A IN
E V E R Y TH IN G
1 0 1 4 -1 »
Sheriff Sale ri Reni Property
WINTER SHORT COURSE— JAN. 4 -3 0
Agriculture, Including Agronomy,
Animal Husbandry, Dairying, Horti
culture, Poultry Husbandry, Insects,
Plant and Animal Diseases. Cream
ery Management, Marketing, etc.
Home Econom ic«, Including C ook
ing, Home Nursing, Sanitation, Sew
ing. Dressmaking and Millinery.
Commerce, lac lading Business Man
agement, Rural Economics, Business
Law, Office Training. Farm Account
Shopwork and Roadbuilding.
FARMERS WEEK— FEBRUARY 1 4
A general clearing house session of
six days for the exchange of dynamk
Ideas on the most pressing problems
of the times.
Lectures by leading
authorities. State conferences.
Offers lectures, movable schools, In
stitutes and numerous correspondence
courses on request.
MUSIC: Plano, String, Band, Voice.
No tuition. Reduced rates on all rail
roads. For further information address,
The Oregon Agricultural College,
(tw 1 2 -H o .M )
we NEVLH U
C O K VALLIS. OK COON
The Evening Telegram ’ s annual Bar
gain Period haa begun and will close
Notice is hereby given. That by vir
tue o f an execution duly iaayed out o f
the Circuit Court o f the State o f Ore
gon, for the County o f Marion and to
me directed on the 16 day o f Novem
ber 1914 upon a judgem ent end decree
duly rendered, entered o f record and
docketed in and by said Court on
the 4 day o f November 1914 In a cer
tain suit then in said court pending,
wherein Arney B. Browning wee plain
tiff and K. W . Cherrlngton and Ger
trude E. Cherringtor^ were defendants
in favor o f plaintiff and against said
defendants b y *hich execution I am
commanded to aell the property in raid
execution and hereinafter described to
pay the sum due the Plaintiff o f Seven
Hundred Twenty A 00-100 ($720. 00)
Dollars with interest at the rate o f 8W
per annum from the 1st day o f January
1914, and the further sum o f Twenty
Five A 28-100 ($25.28) Dollars with Int
erest at 6 ^ |>er annum from the 28th
day o t August, 1914 ami the further
sum o f One Hundred a 00-100 ($100.60)
Dollars as attorney's fees and the fur
ther sum o f Thirty Four A 00-100 ($34.-
00) Dollars costs and disbursements
and costs and expenaes o f aaid execu
tion. I will on Saturday the 26th day
o f December 1914 at the hour o f 10
o ’ clock A. M. o f said day at the W est
door o f the County Court House in
Marion County, Oregon, sell at public
suction to the highest bidder for cash
in hand on the day o f sale,all the right,
title, interest and estate which said
The regular price o f tho aix-day
daily has been $5.00 per year, hut by a
special arrangement with the publish
ers we esn vet It for you in conjunction
with the Stayton Mail for 64.60.
defendants E. W . Cherrlngton and Ger
Remember the Daily Evening Tele trude E. Cherrlngton and all persons
gram and the Stayton Mail each one claiming under them subsequent to the
year for only $4.60. Don’ t put it off date o f mortgage herein foreclosed in,
till too late hut subscribe at once, and 1 o f and to aaid premises hereinbefore
tell vour friends o f this bargain,
mentioned and described in said execu
Wc will get the Telegram alone for tion aa follows, to-w it: Lot No. One
you for $3.50.
(1) I n Block N o . Eleven (11) in J.
Myers addition to the City o f Salem,
Marion County, Oregon according to
the recorded plat thereof.
H O I .K "
.G O N
and W A S H IN G T O N *
A Directory o f «« ch City, Town and
VUiaffo, Klvlnflr d otcrlptlv« »ketch of
each plaro, location, population, talo-
ifraph, shipping and banking point;
a!*o ClaaRiflftd Directory, com piled by
bualn*>N and profeailon.
F O L K * CO.f f l R A T T L E
Said sale being made subject to re
demption in the manner provided by
law. Dated this 19 day o f November
W m . Each Sheriff o f Marion County,
By W . I. Needham Deputy.
For Sale at Brown’s Garage.
Hauled safely and cheaply by t h e !
paas. 60 h.p. Thomas, good as new,
Stayton Auto Truck. Bally will handle j
just overhauled except tires Hnd paint,
the goods, and guarantees quick, anti j
will remodel Into truck if wanted.
safe delivery. Sec him first, day orj
Call in and see it. C. E. Brown,