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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1917)
Demurer overruled in Oregon
Salem—State Highway board
Notice of Executor's Sale
opened hnlf million dollars of Cement Co., unti-tnmt c;is<
Physician and Surgson
Harrisburg gets a big Stand In Urn County Court of the State o f
Oregon, for Marion county.
The one industry responsible ard Oil products distributirg
In the matter of the estate of There
OREGON for a large share o f the proflper- plant.
Net Contenti 15 Fluid 1
sa Riesterer, deceased.
ity of the west is shipbuilding.
Notice i . hereby given that by vir
! The war has shown the impossi preaa Co., to erect oifiee I lihling tue of an order of the County Court o f
tli .v 'tv ■'( Oregon for Marion county,
bility of operating an American hen*.
mad* and entered o f record on page 167
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON merchant marine under present
Bandon Proaj>er shingle mill of Volume 27 of the probate journal o f
laws and It is to be hoped thut sold ami will resume operations.
! court «/ti the 12th day o f J u ly , 1917,
S t a y t o n , O regon
J the drawbacks will be eliminated
dt.ly empowering and licensing Bernard
Stanfield secures a big fruit (i < her as executor o f the above
I so that this industry may live
nan i d late to sell certain real estate
Pintlcr, D.M.D. after the war conditions cease.
ALCOHOL-3 F t*
Huntington to receive 26 car belonging to the above named estate
loads 16 inch sewer pipe* from
sale, the said Bernard Gescher from |
Office 0|>|). Lsncefleld Shoe Store
lin qibeSion u d B sadB o^yJ
and after the 31st day of August, 1917, |
Slav ton. Ore
Contract let for Coos City, at the hour of ten o’ clock t. m . will i
foot drawbridge at Coos City.
pro ed to sell at private sale, to the '
Summer and Moon highways.
Thereby Promoting WÄrslk»
Eugene Springfield bridge to
highest bidder, at bis residence three |
Pacific highway expenditures
and B **G e**
mile., east of Sublimity, Oregon, the |
neither Opium, Morphia*
in Jackson and Josephine coun- said land described as follows, to-w it:
i’ hvHician ami Surgeon
Mineral. N o t N a b g o t K
I^egal department refuses 101 ties $380,000.
Commencing at a point 80 rods south ,
of the southeast corner o f Phil. G lov
OREGON pay counties back taxes due on
0. & C. land grant. May delay
er's Donation Land Claim, running , w
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
thence west 140 rods; thence south 80 j
opening lands for settlement.
A *» * r * .
S , H . II K L T Z K I .
rod«; thence east 1444 rods; thence north
Department of the Interior
Salem Plans drawn for large
Altorncv-at-l.aw — Notary Public
state tuberculosis hospital.
jg ffg .
U. 8. Land Office at Portland, Oregon | taming 70 acres of land, more or less, j
June 14, 1917 j situated in Section 34, T 8 S. R. 1 W est
Karin 1 OUUH Secured
NOTICE is hereby given that Wil of W illam ette Meridian in
Co., boatyards to build 20 ships.
Constipation and DiafTt***
liam J. Holme*, o f Gate«,.Oregon, who, , county, Oregon.
I and Feverishness «où i
Glendale gets a $5000 shingle on February 3rd, 1915, made Homestead Terms of sale cash m hand.
Dated this 17th day o f July, 1917.
Entry, No 04447, for Loin 1 uml 2, and
B E R N A R D G E SC H E R
Kugen« lets contract for pav Si o f N EJ, .Section 1, Township 9
LAWYER and NOTARY PUBLIC
TacSi*¡* S4 a * * L *
South, Range 3 East,
Willamette! Executor of the estate o f Theresa j
ing and larger water mains.
Meridian, haa filed notice of intention
Office K oom No. fi, Roy Bid*.
Nehalem cannery | to make Commutation Proof, to estab
lu x GewTA»a Gonr«of- |
H. A. BEAUCHAMP,M.D.
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
« r o il
A. BURSELL, M. U.
Tor Infant« and Children.
Mothers Know That
V. A. GOODE
lish claim to the land above described,
overhauled and will operate on before the Register and Receiver of
the United Stated Laud Office, at
No more forcible argument to Portland Oregon, on the 24th day of
- J . M. KINCO—
show the folly o f conservation
OREGON policies which prevent the devel Claimant name* a* witnesses.
Lee Holme*, of Portland, Oregon
opment o f our wonderful western
Selaa Roda, of Galeb, Oregon
G. F. KORINEK, V. S . B. V. Sc waterpowers than the present George M. Starr, of Gates, Oregon
Albert Myers, of Gates, Oregon.
shortage of coal and fuel oil.
Proof made under Act of June 6,
Left unrestricted capital always
Treat« all domealic animals, also
develops a country in advance of
applies the Tuberculin test.
its needs. It is a crime against
Office Ml Stay ton Stable s
the nation now at war to waste
STAYTON - - • * OREGOf
its wood, oil and coal for fuel
when the white coal of the un In the CircuiDCourt o f the State o f
used water powers are wasting Oregon for Marion county, Depart
ment Nq. 2.
to the sea.
— Real Estate—
And Farm Loans
GEO. A. SMITH
Lulay & Schindler
Contractors & Builders
; Dwelling houses a specialty
Let us figure on your build
We can save you money
A good job gauranteed
! Phone 77
P. Ü. Box IDS
TIN WORK and
Fly Spray, also Fly Sprayers
at Beauchamps Drug Store.
A shipment of four pure-bred
0 . I. C. swine was received by
H. E. Bennett this week from
the L. B. Sliver Co.r of Cleve
land, Ohio, originators o f the
0. I. C.s and largest swine
breeders in the country. Just
now these white hogs are immen
sely popular among the hog
raisers of the East and South,
their record for extraordinary
size and prolificacy, and disease
resisting qualities particularly
recommending them, and breed
ers report six months behind
orders for some time.
are probably the first pure-bred
0. I. C.s to he brought to this
vicinity, and Mr. Bennett is tak
ing much pride in introducing
W hat Makes a Good Rsad.
Everybody agrees that the rorfacg
of a road must !><• o m i ! In HI roa tM T
says Farm and Fireside, but not i l l
understand that this ovai ought to b*
as fiat as the character o f the r<>ad m a
terial nml the lay o f the land will per
mit. W ith brick or concrete couatruc-
tion the oval may lie very flat, because
the traffic makes no ruts to enr^y the
water lengthwise o f the road, nor does
lbs pavement soften and develop de
pressions when kept In contact with
water. But broken stone (water tKiuud
macadam), lining susceptible to peue-
tratlou by water and subject to great
damage if frozeu while soaked, must
lie given a higher oval, and for gravel
roads a still steeper pitch la demanded.
A s for earth roads, the atcefiness
must he governed by the combined In
fluence o f u number o f factors. Fer-
linps the leading factor la the quality
o f the earth In each particular caac.
And next might he placed the presence
or absence of "s e e p s " or "sp o u ts,"
while another o f these vital factors
would he tho longitudinal pitch o f the
Will make regular trips every day,
Bund iys included as follows:
Pocahontas and Mrs. Wilson«
Bath Tubs, lavatories and
All Sanitary fittings— Farm
ers—We carry a line of
pumps, leader water sys
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
St. Marys Church
Services 2nd 4th and 5th Sun
days at 8:30 a. m.
Rev. Fr. Lainck. Pastor
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE JULY 22
Mill (’ity... Ar 7:10
. Lyons . .
. 1 :30
. .Stayton ....
. . Aumavilio
. . .Turner........
1.15 / r .. Salem........ Lv 4:15
* i.Yefa Tr :iin 62 northbound at Atims-
St»g* 1 aves opi'osit • O E. dr-
pot 1 1 Sab r. .
St y to n -K in g s to n
7:20 Lv. . .Stayton . . . . Ar 7:50
7:3« Ar ... Kingston... Lv 7 '0
Í U a y to n -W c s t S ta y ton
7 <,‘1 a.m. i V Stayton A J8 45 a.m.
r 6 00 p.m.
8:00 a.m. . r W. Stayton 1 8 12 a.m.
v 5 16 p.m.
H AM M AN A U T O 9TA G E
It won on the 21st o f March, old
style, In 1017, Hint Pocahontas, love
liest and most celebrated o f all Indian
women, died In England, on tho CTO of
her projected return to her native land.
Tho clim ste o f England did not agree
with Pocahontas, and she waa already
In a state o f decline when abe proceed
ed to Gravesend with her husband,
John Itnlfe, and lier Infant aon,Thomas,
purposing to take passage on a ship
bound for America. Site bad no sooner
reached Gravesend than she was strick
en down with smallpox, to which she
Thomas Kolfe, the son o f Pocahon
tas, liad a daughter limned Jaffe, who,
In 1076, married Robert Bolling, a
young Englishman who liad settle«! Jn
Vlrglnls. Jane bad one s«ai, and he In
turn was the ]>«rent o f one son and five
Tills son's great-great-
grandson was W illiam Holcomb Boll
ing, the father o f Mrs. Wo«alrow W ll-
•on.-rNew York World.
Executors Notice of Appointment
N E W "Y O R K
■ i: hereby given that the un-
r igru i h:> been duly appointed by
the Co inly Court o f the State o f Ore
gon, for the countv of Marion, as ex-
ecutor of the last will and testam ent o f
Philip Glover, deceased, and that he
has duly qualified as such executor.
All persons having claims against the
estate of said decedent are hereby no-
tlfic I to present the same, duly veri
fied to me at my office in the Court
House in Salem, In Marion county, Or
egon, within six months from the date
of this notice.
Dated at Salem, O re., July 17, 1917.
Exact Copy o f Wrapper.
The Stayton Mail
W . J. C U L V E R ,
Executor of the last will and testa
ment of Philip Glover, deceased. 29t5
Mattie P. Crook, plaintiff vs. James
R. Crook, defendant.
Executrix and Executor’s Notice
To James R. Crook, the defendrnt
named above: In the name of the State
of Oregon you are hereby required to In the County Court o f the State o f
Oregon for Marion connty.
appear and answer the complaint filed
In the matter o f the estate o f U rsul-
against you in the above entitled cause
and court on or before August 31, 1917, la Neibert, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Josephine
and if you fail bo to answer for want
thereof, the plaintiff will take a decree Matthieu and Jacob J. Neibert were
against you dissolving the bonds of appointed executrix and executor o f
matrimony existing between you and the estate of Ursula N eibert on the
plaintiff and awarding to plaintiff the | 28th day of June, 1917, by an order o f
care and custody of the minor children ' the county court o f Marion county,
named in plaintiff's complaint. This Oregon, duly entered o f record o f said
All persons having claims
summons is published in the Stayton court.
Mail, a newspaper of general circula against said estate are required to send
tion, printe«l at Stayton, Marion coun the same properly verified with proper
Said publication being vouchers to the undersigned at Stay,
made for six consecutive weeks accord ton, Oregon, within six months from
ing to the order of Hon. George G. the date of this notice.
Dated this 24th day of July, 1917.
Bingham, judge of the above entitled
court, made the 12th day of July, 1917. JOSEPHINE MATTHfEU, Executrix.
The date of the first publication being JACOB J. NEIBERT. Executor. 30t5
Thursday, July 19th, 1917, and the date
of the last publication being Thursday,
Salem -State Corporation de
August 30th, 1917, and you shall ans
partment shows steady reduction
wer, as aforesaid, on or before August
in operating expense with in
creasing volume o f business.
IVAN G. MARTIN
CAREY K. MARTIN
From $19,961.77 for fiscal year
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
1914 expense has been cut to $15-
P. O. Address 413 Masonic Temple,
608.95 for year ending July 1,
SA L E M
Stayton Reader* C a n n o t
Loin's Kidney Pills have stood the
Gymnasium and Athletic Supplies
Basket Ball Goods
Indoor Base Ball Supplies
A G E N T S FO R T H E
Famous Grip Sure Basket Ball Shoes
Base Ball and Lawn
Spalding Sweaters and Jersyes
Dayton and Adlake Bicycles $28*85-to $45
1917. Receipts increased from
$189.105.61 in 1915 to $203,318.30
for 1917. Saving in administra-1
tion $4,352,82. Gain in receipts
lai In will be taken into court
iv :>in over taxes.
A Bicycle and Gun Repairing— Key Fitting
Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, Cutlery
TROJAN STUMPING POW DER
No Fumes, No Freezing
No Headaches, No Thawing
Lilly Hardware Co*, Local Agents
B ut H ard T o
A Roofing for
E v e r y Kind
tost of time -the hardest test of
Ti. u-: nls gratefully testify.
To quirk relief -to lasting results.
Stayton readers can no longer doubt
the evi 'encc.
It’ s convincing testimony — twice-
t ild and well confirmed.
S. ivlon readers shouli profit by
th e " experience«.
DR. C. B. O’NEILL STAYTON
Room s 5-6 B osh Bank Building
& C u | X (1
It cotta nothing to inquire
M anufactured b y
Roofing Manufacturing Co.
P ortlan d, O re g o n
FO R 9 A L L UY
Brown-Pei 2 elCo,Stayion
1\ Char.ce, carpenter, 1625 E.
>! St., Albany, Ore., savs: “ A
I of year.« ag > I strained my back
a u rk and soon I noticed signs of
U : r weakness. In a short time
i-irg Dian’s Kidney Pill, my
.■ ! ' nine strong and all kidney dis-
D E N T IS T
0 c ’ left me.”
Greene-Supplee and Gysi’s Methods
a' i vc statement was given
Used in Making Plate
IP, 1912 and on March 81,
Chi ■ • added: “ It has been 214 Masonic Temple.
< i nrv since I have needeil a
mod cine. I still hold a high
o;i .m of Doan’ s Kidney Pill* and re-
c • e d them at every opportunity.”
Price 60c, at all dealers.
For Infants and Children
sii W ask for a kidney rem edy-get
In U s« For Over 30 Years
Kidney Pills the same that
,\fv. Chance has twice publicly recom- Always bears
memled. Foster-Milmirn To., Prop's., Signature of
UulTalo, N. Y.
Oregon [ arj & creauury Butter.
DR. 0. A. OLSON Highest Market Price Paid Fcr Fat SM k
C A S T O R I A
Catarrh Cannot Be Curad
w ith LO C AL, A P P L I C A T I O N S , a s I M
can n ot re a ch th e se a t o f th e diseas«. O a w
ta rrh is a blood o r con stitu tion al dll»— %
and In order to euro It y o u mu»t ta k a law
te rn s l rem edies. H a ll’ s C a ta rrh C u ra M
tak en Internally, and a c ts d irectly u — g
th e blood and m ucous su rface*. H «U V
C a ta r rh C ure Is not a q u a c k medicine. 1»
w a s prescribed b y one o f th o best P h |*
slclans In this cou n try fo r y e a rs and ™
a re«ular prescription. I t la com pose« j
the best tonics know n, com bined w ith
best blood purifiers, a c tin g d irectly on
1 m ucous su rfaces. T h e p erfect com b i .
tlon o f th e tw o Ingredients I* w h at p—
I dure* stieh w onderful result* In r u w ^ i
cata rrh . Send fo r testim onial*, free, s
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