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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Besides our large and complete line of
the Best up to date shoes, we wish to call at
tention to our stock of Driving and Work
Cloves in all the Best Leathers and tor all purposes.
These gloves are proving very satisfactory and the prices are
Lancefield’s Cash Shoe Store, Stayton
product that can and is
being made here at home at the Gem Confectionery of the
purest and best ingredients on the market. They are only
sold with a guaranteed quality.
Redeemed in your own city at no cost for postage or registra
tion. Bring your coupons to me. 1 have over $200.00 worth of
premiums on hand now. Magazines and Newspapers.
C O N F E C T IO N E R Y
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I CAN T R i f u s i
A L IT T L E Off MV
TOBACCO C H E W
'K N O W T M C S I O N J U D O C l
D e p a r t m e n t o f t h a I n t e r io r
U. S. Land Office at Portland, Ore
coil, March 2t>, 11*15.
NOTICE ia hereby given that All>ert
K Myers, of Gata-a, Oregon, who, on
October 8, 1912, made llomoatead Kn-
try No. (*8t>52, f..r Southwest Quarter,
j Section 3, Township 9 South, Range 8
Fast, Willamette Meridian, has Hied
notice of intention to make Hnal three
year Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before the Reg
ister and Receiver, U. S. Land Office,
at Portland, Oregon, on the 12th day of
Claimant names as witnesses: Silas
Rhoda, Charles Erickson, Stephen My
ers. A. O. Myers, all of Gates, Oregon.
N. Campbell, Register.
The entertainment a n d box
social was well attended Friday
night, twenty-nine boxes were
sold, the net proceeds were $46.
Ben Fresh, Dave Golden, Mar
ion Fresh a n d Kari Downing
motored t o Silver Creek Falls
Mrs. T. B. Patton called at the
Durst home Saturday afternoon.
Miss Gehrman of Triump spent
the week-end with Miss Dunigan
Mrs. J. J. Staiger called at the
A. Frank and E. C. Downing
homes Monday afternoon.
Alvir Burns and Walter Garri
son spent the week-end with the
In the Circuit Court of the State of formers brother near Silverton.
Right Here in Stayton !
J. A. HENDERSHOTT, Proprietor,
W hy send away lor
| Oregon, for the County of Marion,
i Department No. 2.
Sarah J. Smith. Plaintiff, vs. William
j C. Smith, Defendant.
To William C. Smith, defendant.
In the mime of the State of Oregon,
you are required to appear and answer
the complaint Hied against you in the
above entitled suit, within 6 weeks
from the date of the first publication
of this summons: and if you fail to ao
appear and answer for want thereof,
; the plaintiff will take judgment against
vou for an absolute divorca upon the
grounds of desertion and non-support,
1 us will more fully appear from plain-
! tiff’s complaint. This summons is ser-
j ved by publication by virtue of an or
der duly made and hied by the above
entitled court, on the 24th day o f
March, 1915, and the date of the first
publication ia the lstdav of April, 1915,
and the date of the last publication la
the 13th day of May, 1915.
William H. Tnndle,
Attorney for plaintiff.
T h e n e x t Parent-Teachers
meeting will be held April 30. a
short program will be rendered.
Visitors are invited.
Mrs. Albert Frank and daugh
ter Emma were Sublimity callers
Kingston K in ks
V. P. Philippi was called to
Salem Saturday t o attend the
funeral of his uncle.
A. C. Chrisman was a Sunday
visitor at the G. F. Harold home.
Although Mr. Chrisman is over
80 years old he is really young
for one of his age.
Johnie Sandner bought another
Carl Follis, who is in the wood
Notice of Hearing Final Account
business these days, spent Sun
In The County Court of The State of day with home folks.
ftH C ra c e
a ie n A ia
oooo ju o o c 1
H E users of “Right-Cut,” the Real
Tobacco Chew would buy it if it
cost twice the money, und it would cost
less to chew it even then.
1 “Right"Cut” is real tobacco—mellow
sappy* age-ripened leaf, seasoned and
sweetened just enough.
You get the real tobacco taste that men hod so
satisfying. Get a pouch from your dealer.
T ak e e very .m all chaw — lea. than nne-quarter tbe
old size. It will be more eatitfying (ban a mouthful
ol ordinary tobacco. Juat nibble on It until yon And
the strength oh aw that tuila you. Tuck it ewey.
Then let it rc it. See hnw eeaily end evenly the real
tobaoco laete oomes, how it .a ti.fi* . w ithout grinding, how
much late you have to_.pit, how lew chew , you lake to
be tobacoo aati.fird. That’, why It ia Tk*
Ck*w. That’* why it ooat. Ice* in the end.
It i* a r . » J y t h e » . eat A n .
to Snad aa h w ith r w M ath.
m l n p w g p il l o o o m N
abort >br«4 M t b . l tree w o a 't have
U ria g ia g *e argiaa n
«aagng u ib .i* *
T i l loot* o f ossro, r is k
4 — so t i« s d to bo M v ir s t l o p w illi o o I s m
l U t r i BBe N o tts« how th t »«It b rin g s out th s ric h lobfccco Us«« is " H ig h « C o t .“
One small chew takes the place of two big
chews of ths old kind.
W E Y M A N -B R U T O N C O M P A N Y
BO U n io n S q u a r e , N o w Y o r k
f B U Y ’FKOM O E A IE R
q r s e NO
lO iS T A M P S T O U S j
Oregon for Marion County.
The road work is progressing
In the matter of the estate of Alois
nicely this fine weather. The
Notice is hereby given that the final new grade south of Kingston is
account of Gregory Robl, executor of
the estate of Alois Robl, deceased, has nearing completion. R. Harold,
been filed in the County Court of Mar the supervisor, is kept busy over
ion County, State of Oregon, and that seeing the several crews he has
the 10th day of May, 1915 at the hour at work throughout the district.
of ten o'clock A. M. has been duly ap
Arthur Leffler a n d wife of
pointed by the court for the hearing
ot all objections to such final account, Stayton were Sunday visitors at
and the settlement thereof, at which the Curtis Cole home.
time a 1 I persons interested in said
John Sandner and wife visited
estate may appear and file objections
thereto in writing a n d contest the with Mrs. Sander’s sister, Mrs.
Raleigh Rarold Sunday.
Arnold Senz began working for
Executor of said estate.
Geo. Sandner last week.
Carson & Brown,
MAH of family has a big responsibility. He not only must con Attorneys for said Executor.
Mrs. Henkel a n d daughter
serve the morals and education of his wife and loved ones, bnt he
Marie were Sunday visitors at
must see to it that THEY SHALL NOT WANT. Is there a bet
the Chris. Reuttgers home.
Notice of Hearing of Final Account
ter way of helping his dear ones than by adding to his BANK ACCOUNT 1
Notice is hereby given that the final
It will provide against sickness and misfortune. Every man of family
account of S. L. Stewart, administra
RECORD OF THE PAST
tor of the Estate of J. A. Hornbuckle,
SHOULD H A V E A BANK ACCOUNT.
deceased, has been filed in the County No Stronger Evidence C an be H ad in
Court of Marion County, Oregon, and
that the 3d day of May, 1915, at the
ST A Y T O N S T A T E BA N K
Look well to their record. What
hour of 10 o’clock A. M. has been duly
En route to the East. Why not see
they have done many times in years
appointed by such Court for the hear
gone by is the best guarantee of fu
California and its Two WorldJExpo-
ing of objections to such final account
ture results. Anyone with a bad back
and the settlement thereof, at which
sitiona on your way East.
any reader suffering from urinary
time a::y person interested in such es
troubles, from kidney ills, should find
tate may appear and file objection
C all on nenreet A gent for full inform ation, literature, ticket*,
comforting words in the following
thereto in writing and contest t h e
train .chedulee, etc.
P. W. Brown, farmer, 1399 State S t,
Dated this 1st day of April, 1915.
Salem Ore., says: "Three years o f
S. L. Stewart, Administrator.
A share of the banking business
mill-wright work in a damp atmosphere
S. H. Heltzel, attorney for Estate.
disordered my kidneys. I often had
of Stayton and vicinity
lameness and soreness across the small
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Ore.
of my back. When having an attack,I
heard of Doan's Kidney Pills and got a
supply. They removed the backache
In the Circuit Court of the State of and soreness, together with other sym
You are assured of a safe deposi
Oregon for Marion County. Dept. No ptoms of kidney trouble." (Statement
given January 31st, 1906.)
tory and courteous treatment at
Etta M. Edwards, Plaintiff, vs. Chas.
OVER SIX YEARS LATER, Mr.
this bank, by ample capital and
G. Edwards, Defendant.
Brown said: "I use Doan’s Kidney Pills
To Charles G. Edwards, Defendant. when I have any symptoms of kidney
long experience in the banking
In the Name of the State of Oregon complaint and they never fail to give
you are hereby required to appear and relief. Another in the family has also
Is now located in the I. 0. 0. F. Bldg., and
answer the complaint filed against you used Doan’s Kidney Pilla with good re
in the above entitled suit on or before suits for kidney weakness."
the 21 day of May, 1915; and if you
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don’t sim
fail so to appear and answer the said ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
complaint, plaintiff will apply to said Doan’s Kidney Pills - the same that
Court for the relief prayed for in her Mr. Brown had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
complaint, to-wit: A decree forever Props., Buffalo. N. Y.
dissolving the bonds of matrimony now
existing between plaintiff and defen
dant; and for the care and custody ol
Executor’s Last Notice
the minor children, the issue of said
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that the un
Service of this summons is made up
on you by publication pursuant to an dersigned, Alois Wolf, executor of the
order of the Honorable Wm. Galloway, Last Will and Testament and Estate of
Judge of the Circuit Court of the State Peter Wunder, deceased, has this day
of Oregon for Marion County, which filed in the County Court of Marion
said order was made on the 7th day of County, Oregon, his final account as
April, 1915, directing such publication such executor and that such court has
The new 1915 models are ready for
to be made in the Stayton Man once a fixed and appointed Monday, May 17,
inspection. They represent the last
week for six consecutive weeks, the
first publication being on the 8 day of said day at the County Court room In
word in motorcycle construction . . .
April, and the last publication being on the County Court House in Marion
County, Oregon as the time and place
SEND FOR CATALOG
the 20 day of May, 1915.
for the hearing of any objections to
Ernest Everhart Baker
Attorney for Plaintiff.
We will demonstrate on request
Alois Wolf, Executor
of the estate of Peter Wunder, deceas
Pore Milk and Cream at Crabtree ed. April 10th, 1915.
& Riggs Dairy. Morning and night de-
Carey F. Martin, Attorney for Es
221 Commarcial St
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