The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, August 16, 1917, Image 3

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H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
«TAYTON.
OREGON
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
S t a y t o n , O regon
Wilbur N. Fintier, D.M.D.
SUMMONS.
FARM ANI» CITY LOANS
If you arc payinK ■ high rate o f in­
terest, why not refund your loan at
u lower rate and more liberal term*.
It I* not good liusinc*« to pay a
higher rale o f interest than the
market demand*, nor Is It good busi­
ness to keep your surplus lands on
time deposits at 3 to 4 per ct. per an­
num when 6 per rent can readily be
secured on first Farm Mortage*. If
you have money to loan or wish to
refund nr secure a new one, call or
write H. H. HELTZEL, Stayton,
Oregon.
DENTIST
Office Opp. Lanceflold Shoe Store
Phon« 2162________________ Stayton, Ore
SHERIFFS SALE
O f Heal Property.
On Foreclosure.
A postage hill of $3,(XX) is
something out of the ordinary
Ill the Circuit Court o f Iho ->t..t• o f
but this is the amount received
Oregon for Marion county, Depart­
yesterday b y Postmaster fluck-
ment No. 2.
Mattie F. Crook, plaintiff v.i. James estein from an eastern mail or­
It. Crook, defendant.
der house for the distribution of
To James K. Crook, the defendrnt
this office of 38,01)0 catalogs.
named above: In the name o f ll - Slate
These
are shipped to Salem as
o f Oregon you are hereby required to
ap|M>ar and answer the complaint filed a distributing center in two
against you in the above entitled cause freight ear lots and are sent into
and court on or before August 31, 1917, the |¡rst, second and third zones
and if you fail ■«» to answer for want as far a» Coos county and other
thereof, the plaintiff will take a decree
against you dissolving the bond* o f
matrimony exintm^ between you and
plaintiff and awarding to plaintiff the
care and cuatndy o f the minor children
named in plaintiffs complaint. Iln-
summons ia published in the Stayton
Mail, a newspaper o f general circula-
tion, printed at Stayton, Marion coun-
ty, Oregon.
Said publication being
made for aix consecutive weeks accord-
M|( to the order o f lion. U«urge <*.
Bingham, judge o f the above entitled
court, made the 12th day o f July, 1917.
The date o f the first publication being
Thursday, July 19th, 1917, and the date
o f the last publication being Thursday,
August 30th, 1917, and you shall ana-
wer, ax aforesaid, on or before August
31, 1917.
IVAN G. M ARTIN
CAREY F. MARTIN
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
P. O. Address 413 Masonic Temple,
Salem, Oregon.
2917
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V. A. GOODE
FUNERAL
Net Contrp.ii 1") Fluid Dract
CASTORIA
For Infant« and Children.
Mothers Know That
Genuine Castoria
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T
.iOO miles. Into
th ird ZOntf th(? pOBtAR6 fro m
Salem is .e ig h t c e n t s a Catalog,
(•'our c a r s o f c a t a lo g s a r e s h ip p e d
into this te r r ito r y e v e r y y e a r by
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thlH ' " ' f ° r‘le r hoU8e- C a p ita l
localities Wlthin
Nolle* is here!)) given, that by virtue
o f an execution duly lasucti out o f the
Journal.
Circuit Court o f the State o f Oregon,
W. K. Winslow has been ap-
Physician and Surgeon
for the county o f Marlon and to me di­
I)oint(.d administrator of the
X KAY
rected on the Hlh day o f August, 1917,
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AUMSVILLE
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OREGON upon a Judgment and decree duly ren­
* 8 ta te * f
W in s lo w , an d
dered, entered o f record and docketed
*»rant M u r p h y 01 th e E s ta te o f
in and by said court on the 36th day o f
s . n . I I K I /r Z K I ,
S. If. B u rso n .
June, 1917, In a certain suit then in
b r a n d s X . H oereth le ft M on-
»•hi court pending, wherein I^ander
A ttornay-at-L aw - Notary Public
,
lajwis was plaintiff and M. M. Diel and
1 <1-' for a weeks visit with re­
W. L. Diel, husband and w ife; William
latives.
Brand*», A. K. Kichardson and Mary
I. B. Burg and Robert Burns,
K. Richardson and Elira II. Cook were
defendants in favor o f plaintiff and
two prisoners who escaped from
LAW YER and NOTARY PUBLIC
againal said defendants M. M. Diel ami
t h e state prison Wednesday
W. L ' Diel by which execution 1 em
were captured Saturday morning
Office Room No. 6, Roy Bldg.
commanded to sell the property in said
near Silver Creek Falls. The
execution and hereinafter described to
prisoners were seen by A. Heater
pay the sum due the plaintiff o f $48o4.09
together with coats and dlsoursemenU
Notice of Executor’s Sale
passing near his place. Using
o f said auit taxed at $34.00 and coats
a glass lie made sure they were
- J . M. RINGO—
ami expenses of said execution. I will
In the County Court o f the Slut
A tb< men wanted and telephoned
on Saturday the Kith day o f September
STAYTON________________ OREGON 1917, at the hour o f 10 o'clock a. m. o f
Oregon, for Marion c unty.
H'-nry Smith, of this place.
In
the
matter
o
f
the
estate
of
There­
Smith at once secured G. A.
•aid day at the west door of the county
G. F. KORINEK, V. S, B. V. Sc court house in Salem, Marion county, | sa Riesterer, deceased.
Smith with his auto and they
Notice is hereby given that by vir­
Oregon, sell at public auction to the !
Before
tue o f an order o f the County Court of started for the scene.
highest bidder for cash in hand on the I
however
the Slate o f Oregon for Marion county, they reached there,
Treat* all domestic animal*,
nlac day o f sale, all the right, title, interest
appliea the Tuberculin teat.
ami estate which said defendants M. made and entered of record o p page 157 officials from th e prison caught
Telephone 3x7
M. Diel ami W. L. Diel, husband ami Of Volume 27 of the proteti Journal o f u p W li|, tl,c m so th a t th e r e w a s
.«id court on the 12th day o f July, 1917
jte
a t th e c a p t u r e .
O ffice e l S tayton Stablea
wife, ami all |iersona claiming under
duly empowering and licencing Ikrnaru
.
them
subsequent
to
the
date
o
f
the
STAYTON
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Geacher ax executor o f the above ^,le men made no resistance as
mortgage foreclose«) in, o f and to aaid
named ealate to xcll certain real estate they had no weapons, except a
premises hereinbefore mentioned are
belonging to the above named estate large knife. They were brought
described In said execution as follows,
and
in said order described at private to S ta y to n a n d taken from h ere
to-wit: All o f the south half o f the
sale, the said Bernard Gescher from
southeast one-fourth o f section three,
to the prison.
and after the 31st day o f August, 1917, .
township nine (9) south o f range one
at the hour o f ten o'clock r.. m. will
(1) west o f the Willamette meridian,
H .-..'a T h is?
i .cred Dollars H o
Marion county, State o f Oregon. Said proceed to sell at private sale, to the
GEO. A. SMITH
c ’ - c t Catarrh that
sale being made subject to redemption highest bidder, at his residence three
)t
cured t y Hall’s Catarrh
miles east o f Sublimity, Oregon, the
in the rtianner provided by law.
Stayton,
Oregon
Dated this 14th dsy o f August, 1917. said land described as follows, to-w it:
r . J. CHENEY Ct CO.. Toledo. O.
Commencing at a point SO rods south
W. L NEEDHAM,
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: r. l,Tried, h •« known F. J.
o
f
the
southeast
corner
o
f
Phil.
Glov­
• f r t ’.io I . t IS years, and believe
♦ ♦ M e e e e e e n s s s e e e s s s s e e i 33t5 Sheriff o f Marion county, Orugun
.!>• hcr.-jrablo l i all business
th in i
e r's Donation Land Claim. ru nn ing.,,
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u d On^i n:.-a'.i • t . carry
thence west 140 rods; thence south SO :>ut ary cb'.ltratlons n c ih by his tlrm.
N A T IO N A L B A N K OI C O M M E R C E ,
roJs; thcncc cast 140 roils; thence north
Toledo, O.
80 rods to the place o f beginning, con-
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HaU’a Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
taming
70
acres
o
f
land,
more
or
less,
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iy
i;-,.,n
tho
bioM
and nu-
Contractors & BuMdort]
i t u a auu
t e d in
S e c t io n 34
R i 1 W
sy stem
o x tlm o n
Many Stayton People in Poor Honlth s siiu
in section
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» i e s - i t
,t H , 1 1JI * r f : 10 ccnl3
,, . r T bottle.
S lils
Id
o
f
Willamette
Meridian
in
Marion
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Without
Knowing
the
Cause.
Dwelling houses a specialty
1 T alic H u ll'. F am ily P ills (o r conatlpatioi..
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There are scores o f people who drsg county, Oregon.
Let us figure on your build­
Terms o f sale cash in hand.
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out
a
miserable
existence
without
real­
ings
Dated this 17th day o f July. 1917.
* • P- Barrington Saturday filed
ising the cause o f their suffering. Day
We can save you money
BERNARD GESCHER
an action in the circuit court
after day they are racked with head­
A good job gauranteed
Executor o f the estate o f Theresa against J. J . Barnes, in which a
ache, and backache; suffer from ner­
A. BURSELL, M. 0 .
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ALCOHOL- 3 PEH CENT.
AVci elablc PrcparaliootorAi
similatin^thelood by Rc^uU^
lintllheStonukAsandlkswisc
I n f a n t s . ' i h h u w i ^
Thereby Promoting Dtfestò*
Lhcerfulne« and RrWtoUt»
neither Opium.Morphine nor
o t N a r c o tic
Mineral. N
Always
Bears the
Signature
of
Httipt J (jUDc.tA.iLLiftftXlt
PumphnSmt
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In
Use
For Over
Thirty Years
atrwi Iw
NUnfr— ninr
CMn/mfimr
A helpful Remedy ftT
Constipation and Diarrhoe*-
and Feverishness ¡md
M h
; V c/i
n ^ u %” iherrfrom-in Infancy
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racSinule S.dnatwr®'
lut CewrAim CemPAXt
DIRECTOR
W E W Y O gg:
CASW
Exact Copy o f Wrapper.
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T H t CINTAUR C O N H N
Veterinarian
— Real Estate—
And Farm Loans
Lulay & Schindler j
! Phone 77
P. 0. Box 198
STAYTON. OREOON.
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TINW0RK and
PLUMBING
Bath Tub«, lavatories and
all Sanitary fittings— Farm-
era-W e carry a line of
pumps, leader water sys­
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
JACOB SPANIOL
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE AUG. 17
Ki ngst on-Stay ton- Salem
AUTO STAGE
Will make regular trips every day.
Sundays included as follows:
SAI.KM CHUNK 1*»*
r. m .
A. M
7:40 L v ___ Kingston — Ar 6:30
7:60 ........... Stayton............... 6:00
H:00 ........... Sublim ity.......... 1:60
•3:20 ........... Aums v illi'........ t:30
8:40 ........... Turner................. 4:15
9:16 A r . . . . Salem...........Lv 3:45
vousness, dixsiness, weakness, languor
and depression. I’crhi ps the kidneys
have fallen behind in their work o f
filtering the blood that may be the
root o f the trouble, lxwk to your kid­
ney*--assist them in their work —give
them the help they need. You can uae
no more highly recommended remedy
than Doan’s Kidney Pills.
Below is grateful testimony from a
sufferer in this locality.
Mrs. M. M. Moenc)), 330 S. Main St.,
Albany, Ore., Bays:“ ! am only too glad
to tell any who are in need o f a good,
reliable medir:ne for backache and
kidney disorders about Doan’a Kidney
Fill*. Whenever I have taken them
for that trouble. I have used Doan’ s
Kidney Fills whenever necessary for
the past ten years and I have found
them to do all that is claimed for
th em ."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’ t sim­
ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan’a Kidney Fills—the same that
Mrs. Moench uses. Foster - Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Executrix and Executor's Notice
of Appointment.
Í 2 ££> '*•
Hamman Auto Stage
Geo. B. Jacob
Prices incre ise on California
canned fruit from 2 to 5 cents
per can which la sure some in­
crease over 1916. Its a good
thing for the packers they don’ t
Harrisburg Standard Oil Co., have to sulm itpiice to a railroad
will bu Id .‘Ì tank gas and nil sta­ commission 9uch as the railroads
do when they want an increase.
tion here.
Boom 14, I reyman Bldg. SALEM , ORE
320 acres for $25.00 an acre. 8 1-2
miles from railroad station. We
have buyers for farm bargains.
Farm Loans at six per cent.
s s s « « s a a a 4 a a s a a a a a a « « a s a 4 4 a a a « a 4 4 a « « « a a « iia a 4 « 4 a i(« « ilil
HAUSER BROS.
SALEM
St. M a r y s Church
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A G E N T S FOR T H E
Famous Grip Sure Basket Ball Shoes
Base Ball and Lawn
Tennis Supplies
Spalding Sweaters and Jersyes
Dayton and Adlake Bicycles $28.85Uo $45
,
h a Y th ™ " aS r e a ll>' on
the place. Salem btattsnian.
Henry Miller was a caller at
this office Thursday last, while
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M ail w a s b e in g printed. He was
in to w n W ith hlS tirst load 01
wheat for the season, and stop-
Nctice Of Executor to Creditors, ped to renew his subscription.
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Mr. and Mrs. Fryer, o f Junc-
In the county court o f the State o f Or- tion City, visited the first o f the
egon, for the county o f Marion.
w e e k with Mrs. Fryer’ s parents,
In the matter o f the estate o f George
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Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Gardner.
Weinrich, decease).
Bay J. Fox, of Lyons, was in
Notice is hereby given that Geo. A.
Smith, the undersigned, bus been duly town the first of the week.
He
appointed exeeutor o f the estate of w. s on his way to the Waldo
George Weinrich, deceased, by tin-
Hills for some fine stock. Mr.
county court o f the StHte o f Oregon, for
the county o f Marion, and has duly Fox is breeding some prize win­
qualified ns required by law.
All per­ ning hogs and sheep.
sona haying claims against said estate
Dr. G. F. Korinek was called
are hereby notified to present the same,
to
North Santiam Thursday to
with proper vouchers and duly verified,
as required by law, to the undersigt.ed, t vat a cow and calf suffering
As the
at the office o f V. A. Goode, Roy from rattlesnake bite.
Building, Stayton. Oregon, within six anirmls were bitten Sunday, the
months from the date o f this notice. poison w.is too far advanced to
Dated and first publication August 9th,
res. on 1 to treatment.
1917, Date o f la st publication, Sc| t.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Foster,
13th, 1917.
G ko . A. S mith , Executor.
Miss Cora Cooper and E. C. Titus
V. A. G o o d s ,
left Sunday morning fer a trip
Atlorney f ir Executor.
over tho Columbia river high­
way.
They returned Monday
evening, ; nd report an enjoyable
time.
Hubbard—Much street im­
Services 2nd 4th and 5th Sun­
provement
work being done here
days at 8:i?0 a. m.
Gresham lias two good banks
Rev. Fr. I ainck. Pastor
and is growing fast.
Pendleton $50,000 being ex­
Eugene Cannery working on
pended on Itoundup, Sept. 21-23.
beets and beans.
EUGENE
ALBANY
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Basket Ball Goods
Indoor Base Ball Supplies
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Judgment o f $1900 is asked for. X
X
X
------------------------------------------------ Farrington claims that in August
X
E xecu tors Notice Of Appointment 1915, he and Barnes exchanged XX
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certain property and by which XX
X
“Notice is hereby given that the un- exchange
Farrington received X
dersigned has been duly appointed by e62 acres near Stayton and certain ?
the County Court o f the state o f Ore- personal property along with the ;
gon, for the countv o f Marion, as ex­
real property. He alleges that XX
ecutor o f the last will and testament of
X
Philip Glover, derensed, and that he the defendant made certain mis­ u
representations in order to in­ XX
has duly qualified as such executor.
X
All persons having claims against the duce him to make the deal,
estate o f said decedent are hereby no­ among which was that there was
tified to present the same, duly v e r i-;
a c r e s of land and a great
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Gymnasium and Athletic Supplies
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Riesterer.
fied to me at my office in the Court
House in Salem, in Marion county. Or-
egon, within six months from the date
o f this notice.
Dated at Salem, Ore., July 17. 191
W. J. CULVER,
Executor o f the last will and tost -
ment o f Philip Glover, deceased. 29t5
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The Stayton Mail
WHAT'S THE REASOM
In the County Court o f the State o f
Oregon for Marion ccnnty.
In the matter o f the estate o f Ursul-
la Neibert, dcciased.
Notice is hereby given that Josephine
Mstthieu
and Jacob J. Neibert were
•Meets Train 62northbound at Aums-
llo. Stage leaves opposite O. E. de- appointed executrix and executor o f
it in Salem.
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the estate o f Ursula Neibert on the
24th day o f June, 1917, by un order o f
Stayton-W est Stayton
the county court of. Marion c.u n ty,
Oregon, duly entered o f record o f said
7:00 a.m. Lv Stayton Ar 4:45 a.m.
court.
All persons
laving claims
• :00 p.m.
4:10 p.m.
Hgainst
said
estate
arc
required
to send
4:12 a.m.
the ssme properly verific I with | roper
B:M p. m.
vouchers to the unuci signed at Stay,
ton, Oregon, within six n onths from
thr date o f this notice.
Dated thii 24th day o f July, 1917.
JOSEPHINE M ATTHIEU, Executrix.
JACOB J. NEIBERT. Executor. 30t5
Salem R ia l Estate, Insurance,
Loan an I Employment Agency
SUBSCRIBE FOR
Bicycle and Gun Repairing- Key Fitting
Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, Cutlery
T R O J A N S T U M P IN G P O W D E R
No Fumes. No Freezing
No Headaches. No Thawing
Lilly Hardware Co., Local Agents
«tat»
DR. C. B. O’NEILL STAYTON
OPTOMETRIST
OPTICIAN
MEAT MARKET
SESTAK
&
TH OM AS,
Proprietors.
a
t
Rooms 5-6 Bush B<mk Building
Fresh, Salt & Cured Meats
Oregon Lard & Creamery Putter.
Salem.
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DR. 0. A. OLSON
D E N T IS T
Greene-8 ippleo and Gy si’s Methods
Used in Making Plate
214 Masóme Temple.
SALEM , OREL
C A S T O R IA
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
bears
the
A lw a y s
Signature of
Hig'iest Market Price Paid
H
V
L
..t Stock
Toledo—Local crcavi.’/ y did
big business past month. *•
Cushman —H. P. Larseii will
establish pure-bred stock farm
near here, cattles, horses, mules,
sheep and goats.
Pendleton — First 10 r * le
j stretch of new road being built
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from here to Eastland. -
! Oregon City Rivers and har-
bors bill passed by congress car­
ries $80,000 for locks here.
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