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H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M. D.
G,‘"1 tWl •'lkt Sl“' •' °"
goo, ft) i (be County of Marion.
Physician and Surgeon
DEPARTMENT NO. 1
Bcrnuni K In ker,
Ktocker and Bea-
aic Klecker, his wife,
P H Y S IC IA N A N D SUllCEON
To Bessie Klrckor, on« of thedefend-
S t a y t o n , O reg on
nnta above named:
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
anawor the complaint Hied aKainat you
in the above entitled cause and Court
within aix weeks from the time o f the
Ottico Opp. •nccllcld Shoo Store
first publication of this summons, to-
Slav ton. Or« wit: May .'Iril, 1917; and if you fail to so
appear and answer said complaint, for
want thereof, the plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief asked for in
ills complaint, to-wit: That plaintiff
! have judgment against the above named
J 11. Klecker and Resale Klecker for
I the sum of $100.1)0 due on one certain
Oregon promissory note, t ok ether with interest
thereon from November 6lh, 1916, at
the rate of 0 per cent per annum until
paid; and for the further sum of $40.00
! as attorney’s fees for the collection of
Physician and Surgeon
said note in this action; and for a fur
ther sum of $136.46 to o th e r with in-
OREGON i tcrest thereon at legal rate from the
30th day of November, 1912, until paid,
said $136.46 being an amount due plain
«. H. H K L T Z E L
tiff herein as assignee o f G. C. Ecksman,
assignor; and for the further sum of
Attorney-at-Law -Notary Public
$54.08 together with interest thereon at
legal rate from the 30th day of March,
Farm Loans Secured
1910, until paid, said $6-1.68 being an
amount due plaintiff herein us assignee
of W. F. Klecker, assignor; and togeth
er with the Plaintiff's costs and dis
bursements incurred in this action.
LA W Y E R and NOTARY PUBLIC
You arc hereby further notified that
Office Room No. 6, Roy lildK-
this summons is served upon you by
publication thereof in the Stayton Mail,
a newspaper of general circulation,
printed and published in Marion county,
Oregon pursuant to the order o f Hon.
Percy K. Kelley. Judge of said Court,
J. M. KING O --
made on tiie l.'ith day o f April, 1917.
C. H. BREWER, M. D. , „
Wilbur N. Fintier, D.M.D.
G. Cyril Watson, D.M.D.
Up Stairs in Roy Block
A. BURSELL, M. D.
V. A. GOODE
And you are further notified that the
date of the first publication o f this
summons is May 3rd, 1917, and that the
G. F. KORINEK, V.
lust publication thereof will be the 7th
day o f June, 1917.
V. A, GOODE, Stayton, Oregon.
Treata all domestic animals,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
applies the Tuberculin tesL
Office el Stayton Stable s
. . . .
IN TH E C IR C U IT COURT OF TH E
STATE m OREGON, FUR TH E
CO U NTY OF MARION.
Department No. 2
H. E. Oimstead, Plaintiff,
1 .ester H. Barber and Myra Barber, his
wife, Capitol Street Garage, a cor
poration, Henry Reeds and Mrs.
Henry Reeds, his wife, Defendants.
“ Real Estate—
And Farm Loans
GEO. A , SMITH
S HER IFFS S ALE
OK R E A L PRO PERTY ON
IN TH E C IR C U IT CO U RT OF TH E
Notice la hereby given, that bv vir
S TA TE OF OREGON, FOR M A R
tue of an execution duly issued out of
Department No. 2.
the Circuit Court of the State of Ore-
I gon, for the County o f Marion and to
Case No. 13666.
me directed on the 23ru day of May,
George Harris Thompson, Plaintiff,
, 1917, upon a judgment and decree dul)
Stuart Freeman, Marian Frances Noon, rendered, entered of record and docket
Wm. J. Noon, George E. Good and ed in and by said Court on the first day
Carrie Good his wife, Anna Good Slo of May, 1917, in a certain suit then in
cum, Minnie Good Smith and J. Car said Court (»ending, wherein Andrew
ter Smith her husband, Etfa Good Cornish was plaintiff, and W. A. Wed
Peterson and Chris Peterson her hus dle, J. N. Weddle, O. L. Weddle, E.
band, Ed E. Crsndell and Mazie A. Weddle, Mrs. Annie Buraon,*Mrr.
Crandell his wife, Harry Crandcll and Bonnie Collier, Ruby Eppley,(¡Luster
Mrs. Harry Crai dill his wife, Clara Sandman, Geo. Sandman, Frank Wed
Roberts and Sam Roberts her hus dle, Robert Weddle, John Weddle,
band, E. C. Alexander and Lynn A l Ernest Weddle, Mrs. Gladys Hots,
exander, Mrs. Kulph O. Dunbar,hred Myrtle Martin, Gilbert Weddle, Mar
Dunbar and Eva Dunbar his wife, garet Weddle, Allis Weddle, Otis Bai-
Ruth Dunbar, John Dunbar, Frank les, Paul Bailes,William Baiics, Blanche
L Hodgkin, Wm. M. Hodgkin and and Allis »laughters of Ruby J. Bailts
M.irgaretta Hodgkin his wife. Chas. deceased, and a l l unkown h e i r s
It. Hodgkin and Theresa Hodgkin his o f Mrs. Ruby J. Bailes, Deceased
Weddle a s administrator
wife, Margaret A. White and James W. A.
A. White her husband. Rocky D. of, [and all unknown heirs and legal
Hodgkin and Mae U. Hodgkin his representatives and claimants of the
wife, Guy M. Ward and Gertrude S. estate of Margaret A. Weddle, deceas-
Ward, his wife; Jesse C. Ward and c»J, were defendants in favor o f plaint
Sadie M. Ward, his wife; Ernest D. iff and against said defendants by
Ward and Jeanette Ward, his w ife; which execution 1 am commanded to
Kirk C. Ward and Pearl L. Ward, his sell the property in said execution and
wife; Blanch Agnes Ward, also all hereinafter described to pay the sum
other persons or parties unknown due the plaintiff of $860.i<0 with inter
claiming any right, title, estate, lien est thereon at the rate o f 8 per cent
or interest in the real estate described per annum from the 7th day o f October
in the complaint herein, Defendants. 1913, less the sum of $68.0u intei, 't
To Minnie Good Smith and J. Carter paid Oct. 7th, 1914, and the further
Smith, her husbund, Effa Good Peterson sum of $46.00 interest paid at a later
and Chris Peterson, her husband, Ed. E. date; and costs and expenses o f said
Crandell and Mazie Crandell, his wife, ¡execution, and further sum o f $90.00
Harry Crandell and Mrs. Harry Cran attorneys fees, I will on Saturday, the
dell, his wife, Clara Roberts and Sam 30th day o f June, 1917, at the hour o f
Roberts her husband, E. C. Alexander, 10 o ’clock a. m. of said day at the west
Lynn Alexander, Mrs. RalphO. Dunbar, door of the County court house in Sa
Fred Duntiar and Eva Dunbar, his wife, lem, Marion county, Oregon, sell at
Kutli Dunbar, John Dunbar, Frank E. public auction to the highest bidder for
Hodgkin, Win. M. Hodgkin and Mar- cash in hand on the day o f sale, all
garetta Hodgkin, his wife, Guy M. r*ght, title, interest, and estate which
Ward and Gertrude S. Ward, his wife, ®ai(l defendants and all persons claim
Jesse C. Ward and Sadie M. Ward, his ing under them subsequent to the date
wife, Ernest D. Ward und Jeanette of the mortgage in, of and to said
Ward, his wife, Kirk C. Ward and premises hereinbefore mentioned and
Pearl L. Ward, his wife, Blanch Agnes described in said execution as follows,
Wnrd, also all other persons or parties to-wit: Commencing at a point 196 feet
unknown claiming anv right, title, es and (2) inches north and 562 feet west
tate, hen or interest in the real estate of the quarter section corner between
described in the complaint herein, the Sections 10 and 15, in Township 9 south.
Range 1 west of the Willamette merid
above named defendants.
In the name of the State o f Oregon: ian in Marion county, Oregon; thence
You are hereby required to appear and running north (200) feet; thence west
answer the complaint of the above 216 feet; thence south 50 feet; thence
named plaintiff now on file with the ¡east (100) feet; thence south 150 feet;
Clerk of the above entitled court within j thence east 116 feet to the place of be-
six weeks from the date of the first '«inning, all Bituated in the town of
publication o f this summons and you Stayton, Marion county, Oregon, said
arc hereby notified that if you fail to sale being made subject to redemption
appear and answer saiij complaint as in the manner provided by law.
Dated this 26th day o f May, 1917.
hereby required, the plaintiff will apply
W, I. NEEDHAM .
to the court for tho relief demanded in
his said complaint, to-wit: For u decree 22t7 Sheriff of Marion county,Oregon,
Children Cry for Fletcher's
Tho K in d Y o n H a v e A lw a y s B o u g h t, an d which lias been
In UNO fo r over HO y e a r*, lias borne the Mgiu»:uro of
a n d has been m ade un der b is per«
Ronal supervision sine© its Infancy.
A llo w no one to deceive you in this.
A ll Counterfeits, Im itations and “ Jnst-a»-goo<l ” a r e but
Experim ents that trifle w ith a n d en d an ger the h e a lth or
ln iu u t* und Children—Experience again st Kxi>eriiaeut.
What is CASTOR IA
Cnstorla is a harm less substitute fo r Castor O il, P a re
goric, D rops and Soothing ¡Syrups.
I t Is pleasant. It
contains neither O pium , M orphine n o r other Narcotic
substance. Its a g e is its guaran tee. I t destroys W orm s
and allays Feverishness.
F o r more than thirty years it
has been in constant use fo r the relief of Constipation,
Flatulency, W in d Colic, a ll Teething T roubles and
It regulates the Stomach and liow els,
assim ilates the Food, g iv in g healthy and n atu ral sleep.
T h e C hildren ’s Panacea—T h e M oth er’s F rien d ,
B e a r s th e S ig n a tu r e o f
In Use For Over 30 Years
K in d Y o u H a v e A lw a y s B o u g h t
______________________ T H g
C O M r A N V . MCW V Q R K C I T Y .
HAUSER BROS. I
Gymnasium and Athletic Supplie.
Basket Ball Goods
Indoor Base Ball Supplies
AG E N TS FOR TH E
Famous Grip Sure Basket Ball Shoes
te K tt
To Henry Reeds and Mrs. Henry of the court requiring you and each of
Reeds, two of the defendants above you to set up whatever right, title, es
tate, interest in or lien upon the prem
In the name o f the State of Oregon: ises described in plaintiff's complaint, j
You are hereby required to appear and to-wit: Beginning at an iron pipe on the |
answer the complaint Hied against you west line of the Donation Land Claim
in the above entitled Court and cause o f Rice Dunbar und Jane Duniiar, his
on or before six weeks from the date of wife, being Claim No. 4S, in Township;
the first publication o f this summons, 7 South, Range 1 West o f the Willam
and if you fail to so answer, for want ette Meridian, in Marion County, Ore
thereof, the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief prayed for in his 0" 31' West 16.00 chains from the south
complaint, to-wit; That a certain mort west corner o f said Donation Land
gage executed by the above named de Claim, and running thence east 40.74
fendants, I.esttr H. Barber and Myra chains to a stone; thence North 188 23'
Barber, which mortgage is recorded in East 37.31 chains to the cen ter.of a
Volume 88, at page 21, o f the Recordof county road; thence North 28 15' West
Mortgages in and for Marion County, along the center o f said road 27.47
Oregon and which mortgage is against chains to a point which is 7.25 chains
Isit 4 in block 14 of Depot Addition to south o f the north line o f said Donation
Salem, Oregon, to bo foreclosed and Land Claim; thence North 7.25chainsto
N o Fum es, N o F re e zin g
that plaintiff 'have ju Igment against the North line of said Donation Land
said defendants Lester H. Barber and Claim: thence West 40.00 chains, more
N o H eadaches, N o T h a w in g
Myra Burlier for the sum of $424.00 or less, to the Northwest corner of
with interest thereon from May 1, 1917, said Donation Land Claim; thence
at the rate of six per cent, per annum, j south (K 30’ East on the west line of
and for the further sum of $66.00 at- j said Donation Land Claim, 64.42 chains
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torney’s fees, and for pluintitTs costs! more or less, to the place of beginning,
and disbursements incurred herein. containing 278.53 acres, more or less,
That the usual decree he made in said all in Marion County, Oregon, you or
suit for the sal* o f said premises by the any of you may have, in order that the
Sheriff of Marion County, Oregon, ac same may be adjudicated by the court,
cording to law and the practice o f this ( and for a decree adjudging the plaintiff
Court, and that the proceeds o f said j to be the owner in fee simple o f sa'd
sale may he applied in payment of the above described premises, and that
amount due plaintiff and that the above none of the defendants have any right,
named defendants hih I all persons claim -! title, estate, .ien or interest in said
ing under ti\em, or either o f them, sub-1 premises, ai d forever hairing the de
j sequent to the execution of said mort- fendants from setting up or asserting
| gage upon said premises, either a s ' any right, title, estate, lien or interest
purchasers, incumbrancers, or otherwise in said premises or any part thereof,
may be barred and foreclosed o f all and for such other and further order as
FO R S A L E B Y
Highest Market Price Paid For Fat Stock
right, claim, or equity of redemption, may be meet In equity.
This summons is published once a
in or to said premises and every part
week for six successive weeks in the
This summons is served upon you by j Stayton Mail, by order o f Hon. Geo. G.
Greene-Supplee and Gysi's Methods
Bingham. Judge o f the above entitltd
publication in the Stayton Mail by or
court, made at Chambers in the City of r\
Used in Making Plate
der of Hon. Percy R. Kelly, one o f the \ Salem, Oregon, on the 2nd day of May, n r O W D - I £ v 7 P \ ( f L ^ L 2 . V t 0 f i
214 Masonic Temple.
SALEM , ORE.
judges o f the above entitled court, 1917, and the date o f the first public«* L U U W U 1 U X C l I V
dated May 22, 1917. The first publica tion of this summons is the 10th day of
Has removed to
H e w i t t & Sox
Luxembourg Imported Percheon Stallion
tion o f this summons is May, 24, 1917,
Attorney s for Plaintiff,
and the lest publication will be July 5, residing at Albany, Oregon.
Ore. Send your
Will make the 1917 season as
JAS. G. H ELTZEL.
mail. They will be r
There Is mors Catarrh In this section o f
Salem, Oregon. Attorney fo r Plaintiff. tho
same day as rect i t ed.
For Infants and Children
country than all other diseases put
1 Base Ball and Law n
Lulay & Schindler
Contractors & Builders
Dwelling houses a specialty
L et us figure on your build
We can save you money
A good job gauranteed
P. 0. Box 198
TIN W O R K and
PLU M BIN G
Bath Tubs, Lavatories and
all Sanitary fittings— Farm
ers—We carry a line of
pumps, leader water sys
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
Spalding Sweaters and jersyes
Dayton and Adlake Bicycles $28*85'to $45
Bicycle and Gun Repairing—Key Fitting
Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, Cutlery
But Hard To
A Roofing for
E v ery K ind
Of B u ild in g
It coats nothing to inquire
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE MAY 14
Will make regular trips every day.
Sundays included ns follows:
SAI.KM PHONIC 1W
Stuyton for Kingston 8:35a.m.8:46 u.m.
Kingston " Stayton 8:55 “ 9:05 "
Stayton " Salem 9:15 " 10:25 "
9:25 " 3:60p.m.
9:40 " 3:36 "
9:56 •• 3:16 ••
Salem for Stayton
Leave Opp. Ore. Elec.2:45p.m.4:00 ”
Leave Stayton lor Kingston 4:26 P.M.
" Kingston “ Stayton
connects wtlh Motor Car
Roofing Manufacturing Co.
7:20 p. m.
train 62 n'thb’nd 8:20 “
8:36 ’ *
Salem meets O.E.
9:10 a. in.
Leave O.E. depot 4:20 p. m.
Lilly Hardware Co*» Local Agents
DR. C. B. O 'NEILL stayton meat market
sf ™ AS&
Rooms 5-6 Bush Bank Building
Fresh, Salt & Cured Meats
Lard & Cream ery Butter.
D E N T IS T
Sakm, - Oregon
DR. 0. A. OLSON
RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION
The United States Civil Service
| Commis-iion hr.s announce 1 an
examination for the County of
Linn, OieRon, to be held at A l
bany on July 14. 1917, to fill the
position of rural carrier at Lyons.
This is a new route to be estab
Hamman & Stout lished.
6:15 a. m.
Stayton Shoe S^op
M ILL CITY-STAYTON-SALEM
TROJAN STUMPING POWDER
together, nnd until tho last few years
wns supposed to bo Incurable. For a an al,
many years doctors pronounced ',t a local
dlscaso nn.l prescrllicd local remedies, and
by constantly fallin g to cure with local
treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Sci
ence has proven Cnlnrrh to ho a consti
tutional disease, nn»l therefore requlr« s
constitutional treatment. H all's Catarrh
Cure, m nnufartrr-d bv F. J. Cheney &
Co.. Toledo, Ohio, la tho only Constitu
tional rure on tho market. It Is taken In
ternally In «loses from 10 drops to n Ms-
•pnonful. I t nets directly on tho Mood
nnd mucous surfners o f tlio rystem. They
offer ono hundred dollars for nay rare It
falls to cure. Bend for circulars and tes
Add re no: IT. J. CTIWNEY A CO., Toledo, O.
bold by m-nT-lots, 7~c.
Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation.
d ays and Wednesdays at Lyons;
Thursdays and Fridays until 10 in U s e F o r O v e r 3 0 Y e a r s
! a. m. Jordan; Fridy afternoons A lw ays
and Saturdays at Stayton.
J. F. RICHARDS.
St. M arys Church
Services 2nd 4th ;uid 5th Sun
days at 8:30 a. m.
The Trover-W eigel Studio will be
open Saturday and Sunday July 7th
and 8th. They are now located in the
Matthieu Bldg on Second Street.
Rev. Fr. Lainck. Pastor
P A Y PAR C E L POST B01H
W AYS. Everything guar
anteed. Complaints imme
diately attended to.
best leather and work.
Hand sewed soles a spe
Steel heels and
counters, braces for over
run heels,rubber heels, inch
thick, Calks, etc.
Chas. Burrow s, Prop.