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S w n cer. It. G. Ilerderi-on I-' ' ' 1
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To Fredrick Sehrocder one of the
D efendants above named:
In The Name O f The S ta te O f Oregon:
You are hereby required to appear and
f t is the m itte- -
H aving ««Id niv entire sto rk of Fur- answ er the Com plaint filed ag ain st you
ordir >ry c!.< V : . . . .
men aro sayia,’* to
niture, e tc., I h«ve flowed mv hooks,
In to it tti
V/-U CU T Chowin* -
o> ■ i r.
mid wish to have all account* owing on or before hix w. < ka from the dale
-i...* h .«* lit* *.
me nettled in h short tim e. I hone who of the firat ptihbnation o f th
He-.- Tcnl C:,-
MaJ- !■/ vi.
know them selves indebted to m e,please
r»ll at the old stand, w here I will be w ant thereof, the Plaintiff- will apply
for a short tim> , a n l nettle e ith e r with to the C ourt for the relief prayed for
REAL PROPERT7 .
in th eir Complaint, to-w it:
cash or bankable note.
on F oreclosure
S layton House-furnishing Co.,
■¿-a decree against you for th e sum of $10,-
< j . C. El aman.
070.00 to g eth er w ith in te rest thereon “ N otice is hereby given th a t
-ereby given, ThBt by vir-
from Ja n u ary 1, 1916 a t the rate of six dersigned, by an o rder o f thi
j t n duly issued out of
per cent per annum until paid and for Court of the Sta»' o f 0.-< g >r for th
ito of < re-
the fu rth e r sum of $79.18 to g eth er
with in terest thereon at the rate of about F ebruary 12. 1916, wa
six per cent per |n n u m from Ja n u ary A dm inistrator of the E state
j , ¡gem ent and decrae
29, 1916 and fo r' the fu rth e r sum of
duly re .dered, entered of record and
The Trover-W eigel Studio i 8 open
$500 00 special a tto rn e y ’s fees and for qualifier! as such A dm inistrator, A I
lid C o a rt on the
the first S aturday arid Sunday of each
the costs and disbursem ents i f this
.ary lDlo in a certain
month, April 1st and 2nd. The studio
E sta te a rt
.«l-liei to pi
i C -urt pending, wh.-re-
ia now located tit the M althicu Hldg on
T hat the usual decree may be made the sam e cu y •
Second S treet.
for the sale of the m ortgaged premises law, to the «a' A
E. ¿■.vans. Widow E. A. Evans, h:s
described ir plaintiff’s said com plaint,
\ ife, J. L. H arvey, M artha H arvey,
by the Sheriff of said County, accord the d ate of th e fir • •: , m U o . .f ;
¿. wife and German American Invtat-
ing to law and the practice of this
m e rt Co. a corporation were defer.-
Court. T hat the proceeds of said sale March 2, 1916.
OUSEHOLD expenses mount up. The wife, no matter how econom
1 in’.» in favor of plaintiff and against
1 may be applied in paym ent o f the
ical, ia liable to LACK BUSINESS METHODS. Install business
dar ts by which execution I
A dm inistrator
am ount due the plaintiffs ar.d th a t saal Salem, Oregon
methods in your home by teaching your wife the simple ART OF
«- .. c mi .. ;. d to sell the property in
defendants and all persona claim ing un A ttorney fur E state
a d execution and h erein after desrrib-
P ' !iKINO. She will enjoy her ntw responsibility and yon will be agree
Sunday School 10 a.m.
e sun> due the plaintiff of
ably surprised to note the saving at the end of the month.
Church service 11 a. m. w ith sermon of said m ortgage upon said premises,
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE
F \ H1 Ir- i Th rty six & 65-100 ($636-
by paator “ The M aster is Come and eith er as purchasers, incum brancers or
S T A R T YOUR W IFE W ITH
t i Dollars, w ith in te rest thereon a t
Calleth for T h ee"
otherw ise, may be barred and fore
Ju n io r E pw orth League 3:30 p.m.
A B A N K ACCOUNT TO D AY I
closed of all rig h t, claim or equity of
In the County Court of the S tate of r. 14th uay of F ebruary 1916 until
Senior E pw orth le a g u e 6:30 p m.
redem ption in said premises and every Oregon for the County of Marion, In aid to g eth er w ith the costs and uis-
C hur-h Service 7:30p.m. w ith sermon p art thereof; and th a t the said plain
the M atter of the G uardianship of the
»aid suit taxed a t Twe r-
by Rev. Jam es H. Irv in e of Silver- tiffs may have ju dgem ent and execu
Person and E sta te of Cecil R. Lake,
.. 50-100 ($20.50) Dollars and c .-,ts
tion ag ain st the said defendant F red and E v erett A. Lake, minors.
- s of said execution. 1 will
Wednesday nig h t P ray er M eeting
rick Schroeder for any deficiency which
Notice is hereby given th a t pursun-.t
i Saturday the 25th day of March 1916
Thursday 2:30p .m .In d ie s Aid Society may rem ain a fte r applying all of the
to an order of sale heretofore tr.: ie at the r.our of 2 o'clock p. m. of said
m eets with Mrs. Lonaway.
proceeds of the sale properly applica and entered of record by the County dav at the w est door o f the County
Upon request of the p asto r th e evan ble to the satisfaction of said judge
Court of M arion County, Oregon, the Court House in Marion County.O regon,
gelist has postponed his coming for
under signed guardian of the Person - i : t p .
auction to the highest
This summons is served upon you by and E sta te of Cecil R. La :e, and E v
. .er for cash in hand on the day of
The public invited to all services.
publication in the Stayton Mail by or e re tt A. Lake, the above named min fie, aii the rig h t, title, in te rest and
E. B. Lockhart, P astor. der of the Hon. Wm. Galloway, Judge
ora, will seil a t p riv ate sale on the 15th estate which said defendants H arvey
of the above en titled Court, dated Feb day o f A pril, 1916, or as soon th e re a f
E v a-s u:.J Willow* E. A. Evans and
ruary 16. 191C; th e first publication of te r as a purchaser may be found, the
I r-o:.s claim ing under them sub-
A s h a re of th e b a n k in g b u s in e s s
this summons is F eb ru ary th e 17th, following described real property, on
...ent to the date of m ortgage herein
1916 and th e last publication w ill be term s to suit purchaser, a t Stayton,
r. -- .d. May 23rd, 1912 in, of and to
of S ta y to n a n d v ic in ity
March 30th, 1916.
Ja s. G. Heltzel,
Oregon, to-w it:
t i ; rem ises hereinbefore mentioned
is s o lic ite d .
A ttorney for Plaintiffs.
Commencing a t a stak e a t the South
i in. e rr e d in said execution as fol-
E ast corner of a tra c t o f land now | lows! to -w it:
P ray er Meeting, T hursday 7:30 p. m.
owned by M atilda A. 1 al.e situated in
All of Lots Nos. Seven and eight in
Ladies Aid M eeting, Friday afternoon
section 7, Township 9 South, Range 1 , Eiock No. two of Iiiverview Park Ad-
Bible School l o r d ’s Day 10 a. m.
Y o u a r e a s s u r e d o f a s a fe d e p o s i
E ast o f the W illam ette Meridian in
i to the City of Salem, Oregon, in
Communion 11 a.m .
Marion County, Oregon; running thence I the County of Marion.
One To Convince the M o il Skep tical
to r y a n d c o u rte o u s tr e a tm e n t a t
Junior C ongregation 3p.m.
W esterly 78 r-'ris; thence Southerly
Stayto n R ead er.
■ b-.ii g made su bject to re-
Boys and girls of Stayton of junior age
th is b a n k , b y a m p le c a p ita l a n d
along the E ast line of a tra c t of lard icinption in the m anner provided by
are invited to come.
known as the Goodie farm , lot) rods to i law.
lo n g e x p e r ie n c e in th e b a n k i n g
C hristian E ndeavor 6:30 p. m.
the N o rth Santiam R iver; thence E a st
Daw. tii 21st day of F ebruary 1916.
7 :30 p. m.
erly and up saiil river 66 rods to a
b u s in e s s .
Wi. . E-eh, Sheriff of Marion Coun
S u b jec t—" J e su s o f N a z a re th —T h e reputation by effective action.
sta k e; thence N ortherly 63 rods to the ty. Oregon. By W. I. Needham De-
The following case is typical.
place o f beginning and containing 36j , puty.
T h e testim ony i s co n firm e d -th e
The pastor will preach a t K ingston a t
acres of land, more or less, being situ
j proof complete.
11 a. m.
ated in section 7, Township 9 South,
Testim ony like this cannot be ignor-
Everybody invited to all the services.
Range 1 E ast of the W illam ette M eri
R . L. P utnam , P astor. ©J .
dian in Marion County, Oregon.
A. J . Wood. 733 N. F ro n t S t.. S a
Millie B erry, Guardian.
N t ee is hereby given th a t the un-
lem, O re., says: “ K idney com plaint got
H. H eltzel, A ttorney for Guardian. de
i I, by an order of the County
A P rim itiv e H u n tin g W eapon.
so bad in my case th a t I knew I would
3-16—4-13 C . - of the M ate of Oregon for the
T he bolas la a missile wen[>on used have to check it or suffer more serious
Marion, duly made and en-
by hunters and Indians In South Amer results. J u s t a fte r g ettin g up in the
21st day of Jan u ary , 1916,
ica to entangle the feet of anim als and morning, the com plaint was worse. Be
c l A dm inistrator o f the
thus throw them to the ground. T his fore I had finished one box of D oan’s
et Weddle, deceased,
prim itive w eapon consists of tw o or
Kidney Pills, I was free from cverv
i th a t he has duly qualified as such
more balls of atone or metal, usually symptom of kidney com plaint and my
Notice is bei
A I I persons having
covered w ith leather and connected to kidneys w ere n o rm al.”
(S tatem en t dersigned, by an order of the County
ixst said E sta te are hereby
the ends of cords or thongs. The h u n t
given Jan u ary 30th, 1906.)
notified to present the same duly veri
er holds oue of the balls In his right
Over Six Y ears L ater, Mr. Wood County of Marion, duly made and en-
hand, w hirls the oth er nround his said: “ I hav en ’t had a retu rn of kut- tered of record on the 9th d a y of fied s - required by law to him a t the
> f is. H. H eltzel, in the City of
head and, when the proper momentum
ney trouble since Doan’s Kidney Pills March. 1916, was appointed E xecutor
has been obtained, sends them w hirling
i n Marion County, Oregon,
of the E sta te of E lizabeth McR ’ \ de
like chain shot through the air. When rid me of i t . ”
- x m iths of the date of this
Price 50c, a t all dealers. D on’t sim
the thong comes In contact w ith the
AH p er--n s having notice.
legs of an anim al It Is tig h tly w ound ply ask for a kidney rem edy get as such E xecutor.
Dated this 24th day of F ebruary,
sta te nre I re
about them, a fall results, an d escape 1 Doan’s Kidney P ills—the sam e th a t
Mr. Wood had.
F oster-M ilbutn Co., notified to present the sam e del vivi
W. A. Weddle, A dm inistrator.
fied as required by law. to him a t I s
1 P rops., Buffalo, N. Y.
The Real Fact.
office in S tayton, Marion County, O re S. H. H eltzel, A tt’y for E state.
“They say Jones failed fo r $50,000."
Contractors & Builders
A l b e r t Crosiaut of Lyon a was gon, w ithin six m onths from the date
“No, he didn’t. H e failed for the
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
of this notice. D ated th is 10th day of
w ant of I t " —Baltim ore American.
I visiting relatives in the vicinity March, 1916.
Dwelling houses a specialty
( P ublisher.)
P ro p rie to rs .
1 this week.
IS. H. Heltzel.
Let us figure on your build
! • ■ rtm en t of the Interior,
Bert Morris of Lyons w as a 4- 13
Land Office a t Portland, Ore-
visitor at the D. I.Caldwell home
We can save you money
rch 15th, 1916.
H. A. Thomas ar.d wife v. ere
the first of the week.
A good job gauranteed
quests at Wm. Moll* iV. S".:i >
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Titus were
P. O. Box 19S
Sunday callers at the Chas. Bates
Ilif-heat Market Price Paid For Fat Stock
Mrs. Heater and Mr.-. M :h-
21 t, l:'*), made Honie-
eny visited a t the (.;< o. Se t
: M- t 8 W |,
Mr. and Mrs. Liston Darby
ction ;:7. T. v ' diip 9 South, Rnnge 4
Mrs. Pete Heater of Silverton
and Miss Marie Henkel visited
Mrs. Wm. Rabens ar ! daugh F '. W illam ette Meridian, has filed
at the Jess Chastein home Sun is visiting her daughter, Mrs. ter Dora made a business trip to .i ce of intention tom akefinalflve-year
IV of. t establish claim to the land
Matheeny this week.
Will m ake regular trips every day,
above d cribed, before the R egister '
Miss Edna Johnson has gone
J. W. Hickman, who has been
Sundays included as follows:
The young people were enter : d lb ■ over ot the U. S. Land Office,
7:45 A. M.
Victor Point to work for Mrs. tained at the Wm. Stevely home t Portland, Oregon, on the 26th day
30 YEARS E X PE R IE N C E
- 8:00 "
taken to the Hospital in Albany Clarence Jones, who is very sick. Saturday evening, prosrressive- o f April, 1916.
All work on watches and
M A um sville-m eet train62 8:20 "
Claim ant mimes as w itnesses:
Miss Bertha Mollet returned five-hundred being t h e main W. F. May, o f N iagara, Oregon
clocks guaranteed for
A rrive S sV m -m ect O re.E lec.9:10 “
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darby home from Corvallis Wednesday. feature of the evening. A dainty
Ore. Elec. Salem 4:35 P. M.
and cake N. J . Bradley, o f N iagara, Oregon
T ry My W ork, It Speaks For Itself j |
- 5:06 "
Ca per K n o t'in , of Portland, Oregon
' ‘lA urnsville-m eet train61 5:20 “
Located In th e Shoe Shop
Pro« f made according to law under
Albert Cooley and wife of Sil-
Clifford Hurt of Sublimity vis- which en try was made.
• 5:45 •*
W est of the S tay to n S ta te Bank
Mrs. Iva Flood and little son,
- 6:00 ••
N. Campbell, R egister.
Walter were visiting home folks verton spent the week-end at the ited at the W. D. Hurt home
S ta y to n
O re g o n
G . D. S c o tt h o m e .
I Saturday and Sunday.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS:
K A c l a m e .T a l k T f i i s Over
vwifh y o u r fiu s b a n d
SERVICES AT THE
Farmers & Merchants
Bank of Stayton, Oregon
Subscribe F o r T h e M a il
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
Lulay & Schindler
& Cured Meals
Lard & Creamery Butter.
L. A. MESSING