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! GOOD NEWS
RFF0RE T«E RISE
■'!*ny Slayton R> .uteri Uavo Heard It
F » r a limited time approximately
» r j Profited Thereby.
three acres of unimproved land within
“ Gowi i e u s Davids fast, * * ami Iht i few blocks o f t h e M ai ton High
! .!• i ! ad ba.k sufferers in this vicinity SliiK'l can b e pure) aaod a t a very
:it • triad to leurn where relief may be re» sellable figure. If interested write
found. Many a lame, weak ami achin'; or call on S. tl.Hcltxrl, Stay ton, Ore.
!• ,ct; is I v l no more, thinks to Doan’s
I Kidney Fills. Thousands upon th<■u<-
1 anea o f poi pie are telling the'rood news
I o f their experience witli this tested
remedy. Here is an example worth
In the Circuit Court o f the State of
| rva ! < g:
Oregon for the County i f Marion.
.1 W ; I
farmer, 125 N. Fourth
Department No. ?.
St , t'ot valli", Ore., says: “ I w m nt-
Finley Edwin Pete nun. PliIntitT, vs
i eked by t ai't in my left aide. Al* 1!. M. Paine and Flva M Pay no, his
'in ugh I d le d a g n a t ileal o f medicine, in fe a id Maurice III r.chard. Defen
'¡.i pain clot c lo me The I idney re- dant.
« tiers \< i re filled with redir ect aril
To Maurice Blanch rd, on it th • (*e-
I i passages Vi ie often attended with f c iianls above nanu.l:
e t ruing pain. Nothing helped ire
In The Name O f lh • St..t ■■ O f Ore
: i I 1 got Detail's Kidney Pilla. They gon, you are hereby require'! to i p ear
were just what 1 needed anil le'ss than »i d answer the Cotnplai t fi!< d against
a box rid me o f the 1 rouble.’ * (State VI . i in the a l i v e entitled e mrl and
V- mint given September 9, l'bT.)
can e on or in f 'c
x v. ek
r on the
Over five years later, Mr. Ingle said: d tc i f the t’ r t p iblicstiic o f th a
" I use Doan’ s Kidney Pills occasionally, summons, and if you fail to answer for
with fine results. ”
want thereof, the plaintiff w II apply to
Price 50c, at all dealers.
Don’ t sim the court for the relief prayed for
ply ask for a kidney remedy—get against you in his said Complaint,
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that to-wit:
Mr. Ingle had.
Foster-Milbutn Co ,
T h a t plaintiff recover judgment
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
against the defendants II.
and Elva M. Payne and each o f them
for the sum o f $471 42 together with
NO! ICE FOR PUBLICATION
interest thereon from December 3,1915.
at the rate o f eight per cent pel an
Department o f the Interior, U. S. num until paid and for the further sum
Land Office at Portland, Oregon, No o f $40.00 special attorney’s fees and
vember 10th, 1915.
for the costs and disbursements o f this
NOTICE is hereby given that John suit.
Gardner, whose post-office address is
That the usual decree may be made
Lake Grove, (P. O. Oswego, Oregon) for the sale o f said premises by the
did, on the 5th day o f February, 1915, Sheriff o f said County, according to
file in this office Sworn Starement and law and the practice o f this Court.
Applicatitn, No. 04449, to purchase the That the proceeds o f said sale may be
Lots 2, 3 and 4, Section 30, Township applied in payment o f the amount due
10 South, Range 2 East, Willamette the plaintiff and that said defendants
Meridian, and the timber, thereon, un and all persons claiming under them
der the provisions o f the act ot June 3, subsequent to the execution o f said
1878, and acts amendatory, known as mortgage upon said premises, either as
the “ Timber aud Stone Law ,-’ at such purchasers, incumbrancers or oth er
value as might be fixed by appraise wise, may be barred and foreclosed of
ment, and that, pursuant to such ap all right, claim or equity or redemption
plication, the land and timber thereon i in said premises ami every part there
have been appraised, the timber esti o f; and that the said plaintiff may have
mated 1,200,000 board feet at 30 cents judgment and execution Hgainst the
per M, and the land $150.00; that said said defendants H. M. Payne and Elva
applicant will offer final proof in sup Payne for any deficiency which mny re
port o f his application and sworn state main after applying all of the proceeds
ment on the 28 day o f January, 1916, o f the sale o f said premises, properly
before the Register and Receiver o f applicable to the satisfaction o f said
the U. S. Land Office, at Portland, judgment.
That plaintiff have such other and
Any person is at liberty to protest further relief in the premises as to the
this purchase before entry, or initiate Court may seem just and equitable.
a contest at any time before patent
This summons is served upon you by
issues, by filing a corroborated affidavit publication in the Stayton Mail by or
in this office,alleging facts which would der o f the Honorable Wm. Galloway,
defeat the entry.
judge o f the above named Court, dat
ed December 18, 1915; the first publi
cation to be on December 23, 1915, and
Sheriffs Notice Sale 01 Real Property the last publication to be February 3,
Jas. G. Hcltzcl, Attorney
•* r*>i PPORTTJNITY knocks once at every man's door." But many an oj";
' v / tunity is lost when the man who sees it hasn’t the wherewu r.l
to take advantage of it. It is the man with the F.EADY CASH
IN BANK who derives the benefit! if you haven’t an account, open one
today. When the opportunity arrives
YOUR CHECK BOOK WILL BE READ Y!
Ç l H E P O O P JUPPE U H Q E S c a t i e n c c ? )
I YOU O LD H U N T --V O U 'a t> BOM
M i» » o u n t - a r i
t h e y grow
DON'T «ET SORE-LET
MISSIVE IT A QUALITY
TO B A C C O T H E A t t T M tN T A K E A
' S M A L L C H E W OS T H IS W -B C U T
AN D y o u L L K N O W IT S T H E B E S T
T O B A C C O IN T H E W O R L D
I I F N some user of ordinary tobacco complains that
he must take a bitf witd, just remind him that he
won’t need to do so when he uses W-M C U T Chewing
— the Real Tobacco C hew , orai cut, long shrtd.
T e ll him to Jiv* W -lt C U T C h e w in g ■ q u a lity teat —that a
chew » a tiih e » : that he w on't have to »pit to m u ch , that ha can gat hatter
•atiiiaction (or hall the money he ii »pending now lor o rd in a ry tob acco,
" N o lle « h o w I k « M i l b r in i* o u t th o r i c k to b a c c o t ort o'*
M .J . by WEYNAN BRUTON COMPANY, SO Uaion Sqa.ro,
Now York City
1916; and the last publication being t h /
6th day o f January, 1916.
William H. Trindle,
In the Circuit Court o f the State of
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Oregon for the County of Marion. De
partment No. 2.
The Pacific Stales Securities Com
pany, a Corporation, Plaintiff, vs Unit
ed States Land Title a n d
Published every Thursday by
Company, a Corporation. E. M. Green
K . M .O t .M H T K t )
and J. C. Perry, Defendants.
To Ha i f a Stnti'i Land Title and
Entered as second class matterai the
Legacy Company, a Corporation and
IHistotlice ut Stayton, Marion, coun ty,
E. M. Green, Defendants.
In the Name o f the Stale o f Oregon, Oregon, under the act of Congress o f
March 3, 1879.
You are hereby required to appear niul
answer the complaint filed against you
SUBSCRIPTIONS, SI 00 per year
in the above entitled suit within six (6)
Address all communications to
weeks from the date o f the first publi
cation o f thia summons, and if you fail
so to appear and answer for want
thereof, the plaintiff will lake judge
ment and decree against you for the
sum of Twenty Fixe Hundred Dollars,
* Physician and Surgeon
together with interest at the rate o f 8
percent per anum from the 28th day of
March, 1915, until paid, also for the S T A Y T O N .
O R EG O N
sum o f Two Hundred Dollars attorneys
fees, together with a further judge
ment for costs and disbursements, snd
thereupon will take a decree against
you, orderiag and directing the Sheriff
P H Y S IC IA N A N I) SU KO KO N
o f Marion County, Oregon, to offer for
sale, and sell all right, title, interest,
JS t a y t o n . O r e g o n
claim and demand of defendants UN II'-
ED STATES LAND TITLE AND I.K
GACY COMPANY, a Corporation and
M. Green in and to the following
described premises, to-wit:
Lots number Four (4), Five (5),
Eight (8), Nine (9) and Eleven (11) of
and Urntal Expert
Sunnyside Fruit Farm Number 13 as
shown by the recorded plat thereof on
file and o f record in the office of the
Recorder o f Conveyances for Marion
Also beginning at a point in the mid
dle o f the County Road lending from
Salem to Jefferson, at the Southeast
Stayton State Bank
corner o f Lot 11 o f Sunnyside Fruit
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Farm No. 13. in Marion County, Ore Phone 2152
gon, as shown bv the recorded plat
DEPARTMENT o f THE INTERIOR, thereof; thence West on the south line
U. S. Land Office at Portland, Ore o f the said Lot 11, 535.5 feet to the
East line o f l<ot 5, in said Sunnyside
gon, November 23rd, 1915.
Physician and Surgeon
NOTICE is hereby given that Albert Fruit Farm No. 13, this lieing the
G. Rnbens, o f Hullt, Marion County, Southwest corner o f Ixit 11; thence
Oregon, who, on April 30, 1912, made South on the East line o f Lots 5 and 9,
Homestead Entry, No. 03479, for N E|
A D D R III
N W j and Lot 1, Section 18. Town the county Road; thence in a Northeas
BLAIM TO W N ,
ship 8 South, Range 2 East, Willamette
Meridian, has filed notice o f intention the said County Road 1370 feet, more
to make final three-year Proof, to es or less to the place o f beginning situ G. F. KORIN EK, V. S„ B. V. Sc.
tablish claim to the land above describ ated in the West half o f the Southwest
ed, before Clerk o f the County Court quarter ot Section 26 and Township 8
for Marion County, Oregon, at Salem, south. Range 3 West of the Willamette Treats all domestic animals,
applies the Tuberculin test.
Oregon, on the 11th day o f January Meridian in Marion County, Oregon.
Also beginning at a point 11.93chains
Ottlce at Stayton Stablet
Claimant names as witnesses:
- - -
Charles P. Darst, o f Sublimity,Oregon. the quarter Sectioi»^ corner between
Sections 26 and 27, in Township 8
William English, o f Stayton,
South, Range 3 West o f the Willam
William H. Rabens, o f Sublim ity."
ette Meridian, o f Marion County, Ore
Benjamin F. Rody, o f Hullt,
gon; thence South 89 degrees 45 min.
Proof made under Art June 6, 1912.
N. Campbell Register.
12-23 East 11.97 chains; thence South 7.38
.. NOTARY PUBLIC
chains to the middle o f the County
Road leading from t h e Sunnyside Abstracts and Probate Work a Specialty
School House to Turner, Oregon;thence Office Over Deulrich'a Hardware Store.
South 78 degrees 15 min. West 11.43
chains to the point on the North line
o f E. N. Keeney’s land; thence North 3
Will make regular trips every day, degrees East 3.36 chains; thence North
62 degrees 15 min. West 3.18 chains to
Sundays included as follows;
J. M. RINGO - T hob . HIRST
7:45 A . M . the middle o f the County Road leading
19 degrees East 5.51 chains to the STA YTO N
“ Aumsville-meet train62 8:20 “
place o f beginning situated in Marion
County, Oregon, in Section 26, Town
Arrive Salem-mect Ore.ElecJ):10 “
Ore. Elec. Salem
4:35 P. M. ship 8 South Range 3 West o f the Will
amette Meridian in Merlon County,
" Aumsville-meet train61 5:20 “
LAWYER and NOTARY PUBLIC
Said sale to he made subject to a first
- 5:45 “
Attention Given to nil
Joseph llnmman dant J. C. Pecry, for the prineipal sum
o f Five Thousand Dollars, the proceeds
No. 6. Roy Bldg.
o f such sale to he applied by snid Sher
iff (o the satisfaction o f said judgement
for the sum o f Twenty Five Hundred
Dollars, together with interest, also
Two Hundred Dollars attorneys fees,
and costs and disbursements to be tax
This summons is served upon you by
B a th T u b s , l a v a t o r i e s a n d
TH O M AS,
publication f o r six (6) consecutive
all S a n it a r y f i t t i n g s — F a r m -
weeks in the Stayton Mail, a weekly
P r o p r ie to r s .
e r s -W e carry
lin e o f
newspaper publishtd in Marion County,
p u m p s , le a d e r w a t e r s y s
Oregon, by virtue o f an order made by
t e m s , e t c . G a s o lin e e n g i n e s .
Hon. Wm. Galloway, Judge o f Depart
ment No. 2. o f the Circuit Court of
Marion County, Oregon, on the 22nd i
day o f November, 1915, the first publi-1
Highest Market Price Pa d For Fat Stock cation Laing the 26th day o f November
Farmers & Merchants
C apital $ 2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0
TTHE holidays will soon be
* here. The time of hap
piness and cheer. Your friends
will be expecting you to come
home. So will mother, fath
er, sister or brother.
Low Holiday Fares
Are available for th e holidays.
On sale between ail Southern
Pacific stations in Oregon,
Dec. 17, 18, 22, 23, 24, 25, 31
and Jan. 1. Return limit Jan.
4. From Oregon to California
points on sale Dec. 2-3, 24, 25,
30, 31, Jan. 1st. Return lim
it Jan. 3d.
lo ca l a g en t fo r fares, train service
and o th e r in form ation , o r w rite
John M. Scott, Gemral P-.»senger Agent, Portlard, Ore.
If ! FAIL to CURE CANCCR erf
twfaiE It FOISONS fctjl gb
Wifcstrt Knife or Paiii.
No r*AY Until CURED
A man who
No X Kay or other
pnindle. An Inland
pin nt ma
Anr TUM” *. LUMP or
SO ** on tue up. lace
or body lo n g Is
C A N C E »; it never
painsnn: ' last stage
'2P-PAGF BOOK - „ i
FPKE. I'i.O'iO testi
monials. Writs u ran
when Old Prob
P ro te cto r H at, 7 5 cents
.etica Cu arar, teed
Cor I wood, tier m id , fir an I is'i for
sale, 2 miles norlh e s ’ i f Stayton.
O. L Bi rson.
S e .id f r r a t a 'o g
J. T O W E R CO.
"Stn-Uy Pc’iaWe. Çiutstt Cneer Cgeclailsc lr, i f '
KINDLY MAIL THIS t) m m i s IB CA.NCEH
ie f 5 â kî i ' E
and •lrraripolAonrdeep rn-
I» U A i v u C n pit gland» and gets <JUIC:<LT
One wom«n In every 7 airs of cancer— !J.S. r> j .>rt
We refuse many who wait too long A. must die
Poor cured at half prlro If cancer i= yi t rr «1*
Tr ¥rs. Dr. CHAMLEY CO.
Any LiJÎâPîR WOMAN’S BREAST
4340 ill 4 jfit Vater.c.a 5L, San francise.', i d
By virtue o f an execution issued out
of the Honorable Circuit Court o f the
State o f Oregon, for the County of
Marion on the 10th day o f December,
1915, in favor o f Aurora State Bank, a
i corporation plaintiff and against M. E.
Phillips and Mrs. H. D. Phillips, de
fendants, for the sum o f Four Hun
dred & 00-100 ($400.00) Dollars with
interest at the rate o f 8 per cent per
annum from the 21st day o f August,
1915 and the further sum o f Fifty &
00-100 ($50.00) Dollars with interest at
the rate o f 6 per cent per annum from
the 4th day o f December, 1915 and the
further sum ot Sixteen & 00-100 ($16.-
00) Dollars, costs and accruing costR, 1
have levied upon and will sell at PUB
LIC AUCTION, on Saturday the 15th
day o f January, 1916, at 10 o ’clock a.
m., at the Court House in Marion
County, and Stale o f Oregon, all the
right, title and interest which the said
defendants M. E. Phillips and Mrs. H.
D. Phillips, had on or after the 4th day
o f December, 1915, date of the within
judgment, in or to the following de
scribed premises, to-wit:
Beginning at an iron pin in the cen
ter line o f the County Road at a point
which is 45 feet North 5 degrees and
45 minutes West and 7.445 chains North
73 degrees anil 30 minutes East from
the North East correr o f Block No. 5,
in the Town o f Aurora, Marion County,
Oregon, thence North 73 degrees and
30 minutes East 4.635 chains to the
center o f Pudding River; thence South
7 degrees and 30 minutes East up the
center o f said River 5.76 chains; thence
West 5.10 chains to a steel bar; thence
North 4.39 chains to the point o f begin
ning. containing 2.45 acres o f land, be
ing a part o f the South Wi st quarter
i the South East quarter o f Section
12, in to.vnship 4 South Range One
Wert o f the Willamette Meridian, in
Marion County, On gon.
Terms i f sale, cash, unless hid in by
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this 14th
day o f December, 1915.
Wm. Esch, Sheriff o f Marion County,
By W. I. Nee .'ham Deputy.
Before B o ^ t to bed take a Dr. MDe
LauuUva T ablet
THE STAYTON M AIL
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
W ilbur N. Fintier, D .M .D .
A. BURSELL, M. D.
S. H. HELTZEL
V. A. GOODE
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
Fresh* V ilt & Cured M a t s
Lard & Cream ery Butter.
TIN WORK and