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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1917)
H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M D .
Notice of Executor’s Sale
Physician and Surgeon
I , the Grunty ILurt of the State «»."
Oregon, «for Marion county. *
In the matter of the eatate of There
sa Rieslerer. deceased.
Notice in hereby given that by vir
tue of an order of the County Court of
the .Stale of Oregon for Marion county,
rniitle and entered of record on page 167
< f Volume 27 of the probate journal of
-i d court on the 12th day of July, 1917,
duly i m|a>wering urid licensing Bernard
Gescher a» executor o f the above
nam' d eatate to cell certain real eatate
belonging to the almve named eatate
and in aaid order deacribed at private
aale, the aaid Bernard Geachcr from
an.I after the 31st day of Auguat, 1917,
nt the hour of ten o’ clock r. m. will
proceed to »ell at private aale, to the
highest hi Ider, at hia reaidence three
milt eittt of Sublimity, Oregon, the
’ *i I land ii< cribed aa follows, to-wit:
Commencing jit a point 80 rods south
of th< outhe it corner o f Phil. Glov-
• r'i, Donation I,anti Claim, running
the i<-e we t Mo rod»; thence south 80
ro m ; tbenci east 1 to rods; thence north
SO rod» to the place of beginning, con
ta in in '70 acres of land, more or less,
tinted in Section 34, T 8 S. R 1 West
o f Willamette Meridian in
■ oily, Oregon.
Terms of aale cash in hand.
Dated this 17th day oFJuly, 1917.
E xecutor of the eatate of Theresa
STA Y TON.
THE STAYTON MAIL
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
PH YSIC IAN
Makes Clubbing Arrangement With
The Oregon Farmer
S t a y t o n , O regon
W ilbur N . Pintler, D .M .D .,
MONG our large circle of readers
there are a great many who are in
terested directly or indirectly in
fruit growing, dairying and other
branches of furming. All of these
naturally wish to keep in close touch with ag
ricultural activities throughout the state;
and to know about any fight which is being
waged for the measures Oregon farmers
want and against ail sorts of schemes that
are detrimental to the people and agricultural
interests of this state.
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Phone 21 Si'
' A. BURSELL, M. D.
ami S u rgeon
jh . h
h k i , t z k i
Attorney at Law
We have, therefore, made a special clubbing
arrangement with THE OREGON FAR
MER whereby any farmer or fruitgrower,
who is one of our regular subscribers and who
is not now a subscriber to THE OREGON
FARMER, will be entitled to receive THE
OREGON FARM ER in combination with
this paper at the same rate as for this paper
Karin Ixmns Secured
V. A. GOODE
LAWYER and NOTARY PUBLIC
This offer applies to all those who renew or
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new subscribers. If you are interested di
rectly or indirectly in Oregon agriculture,
do not miss this unusual opportunity, but
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G. F. KORINEK, V. S., B. V. Sc
Trenin all doinuxlir animala, alae ;
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Otticc at Stayton Stable a
. . . .
— Real Estate—
And Farm Loans
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Offers Unusual Opportunity to Its Readers
THE OREGON FARM ER is the one farm
paper whleh in devoting itself exclusively
to the farming activities and interests of
Oregon. It has a big organization gath
ering the news of importance to farmers,
dairymen, fruitgrowers, stockraisers and
poultry men: and it has the backbone to at
tack wrongful methods and combinations and
bad legislation, and support honest leaders
and beneficial measures. We arc confident
that our readers will congratulate us on our
being able to make this splendid and at
tractive clubbing offer.
BOTH FOR PRICE of ONE
Stayton Mail, one year -
Oregon Farmer, one \ ear -
By our Clubbing arrangements both for $1.00
T H E ST A Y T O N M AIL
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Contractors l Builders
Dwelling houses a specialty
; Let us figure on your build
We can save you money
A good job gauranteed
P. 0. Box 198
TIN WORK and
Bath Tubs, Lavatories and
all Sanitary fittings— Farm-
ers-W e carry a line of
pumps, leader water sys
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
St. Marys Church
Services 2nd 4th and 5th Sun
days at 8:U0 a. m.
Rev. Fr. Lai nek. Pastor
"la your boy Josh doing well?"
“o f course,” replied Farmer Corn-
•iM*l. "Josh has managed to l>e *0
it lent with tits last bo*§ that I'm kind
hopeful he'll l»e able to come back
the farm and get along with me."—
Seizing the Opportunity.
raItaliaw—If you Insist on this new
rn I'll have to get It on credit. Mnt.
Iisbaw—Aa long aa li e going to bo
rged, dear, I may aa well get a more
till That man Is a live wire.
1111—IIow do you know?
I touched him a little while ago.” —
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Portland, Oregon
June 14, 1917
NOTICE is hereby given that Wil
liam J. Holmes, of Gates,¡Oregon, who,
on February 3rd, 1916, made Homestead
Entry, No 04447, for Ixjts 1 amt 2, mid
Si of N El, Section 4, Township 9
South, Range 3 Eust,
Meridian, has tiled notice of intention
to make Commutation Proof, to estab
lish claim to the land above described,
before the Register ami Receiver of
the United States Land Office, at
Portland Oregon, ou the 24th day of
Claimant names as witnesses.
I»ce Holmes, of Portland, Oregon
Selas Rods, of Gates, Oregon
George M. Starr, of Gates, Oregon
Albert Myers, of Gates, Oregon.
Proof made ut.der Act of June 6,
B u t H a rd T o
A Hoofing for
E v e r y K ind
Of B uilding
It cotta nothing to inquire
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Marion county. Depart
ment No. 2.
Mattie P. Crook, plaintiff vs. James
R. Crook, defendant.
To James R. Crook, the defendrnt
named above: In the name of the State
of Oregon you arc lierebv required to
appear and answer the ct inplaint died
against you in the above entitled cause
and court on or before August 31, 1917,
and if you fail so to answer for want
thereof, the plaintiff will take a decree
against you dissolving the bonds of
matrimony existing between you aid
plaintiff and awarding to plaintiff tl e
care and custody of the minor children
named in plaintiff’s complaint. This
summons is published in the Stayton
Mail, a newspaper of general circula
tion, printed at Stayton, Marion coun
Said publication being
made for six consecutive weeks accord
ing to the order of Hon. George G.
Bingham, judge of the above entitbd
court, made the 12th day of July, 1917.
The d«to of the first publication being
Thursday, July 19th, 1917, and the (Lite
of the Irat publication being Thursday,
August 3 )th, 1917, and you shall ans
wer, as aforesaid, on or before August
IVAN G. V ART IN
CAREY F. MAR i IN
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
P. O. Address 413 Masonic Temple,
l u l l SALE UY
The safe of the Scio Milling
Co. was blown one night last
week in such a manner as to lead
to the beli“ f that it was done by
The Hoo*- was
blown completely otf its hinges.
There was no money in the safe
and it was not locked,
i Freewater- 30 to 50 ton fruit
! drier to be erected here.
F o r I n f a n t a a n d C h il d r e n .
Mothers Know That
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Executor’ s Notice of Appointment
T he CevTAcaCoMPA'af.
N EW VOHKi
A t 6 .n os»«h » o ld
Notice is hereby given that the un-
d-rsigiv ’ hi been duly appointed by
3 5 D o s E * ~ 3 5 Cti_r s
th*- County Court of the State of Ore
gon, f r t countv of Marion, aa ex-
« .tor of the !; -t will and testamentof
Exact Copy o f Wrapper.
Philip Glover, deceased, and that he »
h>va duly qualified as such executor.
All persona having claims against the
estate of said decedent are hereby no-
tifie 1 to present the same, duly veri- |
fled to me at my office in the Court
lint se in Salem, in Marion courty, Or-
e o.n, w ithin six months from the date
of this notice.
Dated at Salem, Ore., July 17, 1917.
W. J. CULVER,
Executor of the last will and testa
ment of Philip Glover, deceased. 2915
TNC CINTauN MUMMY,
The Stayton Mail
Until the call to duty is taken
up by the people themselves, as
apainst mere hunger for spoils
and appetite for political power,
no progress will be made.
Springfield Mohawk Lumber
Company has resumed operations
Portland will launch a steel'
steamer every 15 days.
Bandon—Sunset Woolen Mills
have commenced operation.
Los Angeles and Portland are
the two latest cities where on a
popular vote the people ditched
the jitneys as mere municipal
Hot weather the past week has
cut some crops to minimum.
John Day—As young men en
list old men do the farm work
Umatilla county has need of
2000 harvest hands.
Turner Flax shipped here to \
be schutched from all parts of
Marshfield Chas. Hall com
pany building four-way shipyard
Salem -Large number berry
pickers neeaed in this county.
Dallas —Labor scarcity may |
cause loss of grain and fruit.
TO AILING WOMEN
Roofing Manufacturing Co.
Eugene Excelsior Co., to en
large plant by adding new ma
Western shipyards might hav
built hundreds of wooden ship
while politic l leu tape method
To some men opposition Id oppor-
unity—like the wind against which
Roseburg Telephone cable to in Washington have wasted
lie buy's klto rlaea.
Edenbower will improve service. months of valuable time.
Diffaranco of Opinion.
It worn not lient that wo shouldAll
ink alike. It Is dlffcrcnco of oplnloa
11 makes horse racca posalblc.—Mark
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