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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1917)
H. A. BEAUCHAMP,M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN ANI) SUKGKON
S t a y t o n , O rroon
W ilbu r N. P inllcr, D .M .D .
FARM AND CITY LOANS
If you art. paying a high rate o f in
terest, why not refund your loan at
a lower rate and more liberal term*.
It la not good business to pay a
higher rule o f interest than the
market demanda, nor la it good busi
ness to keep your surplus lundt: on
time deposits at 3 to 4 p crct. per an
num when 6 per rent can readily be
surured on Aral Farm Mortagea. If
you have money to loan or wish to
refund or secure a new one, call or
write 8. II. HELTZEL, Stayton,
Olllcu 0|)|>. I.anvcfield Shoe Store
SHERIFF’S S A LE
O f Real I’ rojierty.
Notice la hereby given, that by virtue
o f an execution duly taaueo out o f the
Circuit Court o f the Stale o f Oregon,
Physician and Surgeon
for the county o f Marlon and to me di
rected on the Hth day o f August, 1917,
OREGON upon a judgment and decree duly ren
dered, entered o f record and docketed
in and by said court on the 25th day o f
» . H. H B I/ rZ B L
June, 1917, in a certain ault then in
laid court pending, wherein I^ander
A ttorney-at-L aw -N otary Public
l,ewis waa plaintiff and M. M. Die! and
W. L. Diet, husband and w ife; William
Urandes, A. R. Richardson and Mary
E. Richardson and Eiixa B. Cook were
defendant* in favor o f plaintiff and
LAW YER .nd NOTARY PUBUC
against said defendant* M. M. Die I and
W. L ' Dlel by which executian I am
Office Room No. 8, Hoy BW r .
commanded to sell the property in said
execution and hereinafter described to
pay the sum due the plaintiff o f $48e4.09
together with coats and disDursemenU
o f said suit taxed at $34.00 and costa
-J. M KINOO—
and expenses o f said execution. I will
on Saturday the 16th day o f September
OREGON 1917, at the hour o f 10 o 'clock a. m. o f
said day at the west door o f the countv
G. F . KORINEK, V. S . B. V. Sc court house in Salem, Marion countv,
Oregon, tell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash in hand on the
Treat» all dom icile animal*,
alac day o f sale, all the right, title, interest
applica the Tuberculin teaL
and estate which »aid defendants M.
M. Diet and W. L. D id , husband and
OH lit at Stayton Stablea
wife, and all persons claiming under
subsequent to the date o f the
- - - * OREGOf
mortgage foreclosed in, o f and to said
premises hereinbefore mentioned arc
described in said execution aa follows,
to-wit: All o f the south half o f the
southeast one-fourth o f section three,
township nine (9) south o f range one
(1) weal o f the Willamette meridian,
Marion county, State o f Oregon. Said
GEO. A. SMITH
sale being made subject to redemption
in the manner provided by law.
Dated this 14th day o f August, 1917.
W. I. NEEDHAM,
33t5 Sheriff o f Marion county, Oregon
A. BURSELL, M. D.
V. A. GOODE
— Real Estate—
And Farm Loans
Lulay & Schindler j
Contractors & Builders]
Dwelling houses a specialty
Let us figure on your build
We can save you money
A good job gauranteed
P. 0 . Box 198
Bath Tubs, Lavatories and
¿11 Sanitary fittings— Farm-
ere~We carry a line of
pumps, leader water sys
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE AUG. 17
Kingston- Stayton- Salem
StaytM Reader* Can No Longer Doubt
This grateful citizen testified long
Told o f quick relief—o f undoubted
The facts are now confirmed.
Such testimony is complete—the
It forms convincing proof o f merit.
P. W. Brown, retired farmer, 1499
State St., Salem, Ore., says: "H ard
work weakened my kidneys and 1 often
felt the effect in lameness and soreness
across the small o f my back. Finally
my attention was called to Doan’s
Kidney Pills and I got some. The
backache and soreness entirely left
m e ." (Statement given January 31,
On April 11. 1916, Mr. Brown said:
" I am ready to confirm any time what
I said in my form er statement regard
ing my experience with Doan's Kidney
They always do good work
when I take th em ."
Price 60c, at all dealers.
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that
Mr. Brown hss twice publicly recom
mended. Foster-Miiourn Co., Prop’s.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Will make reqolar trip» every <lny.
Sunday* included «» follow»:
»At.KM I’llOSK 1*96
7:40 L v .. .. Kingston .. Ar 5:30
. .Aumaville • • • • • 4:30
Salem . . . . .. Lv 3:45
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, by an order o f the County
Court o f the State o f Oregon for the
County o f Marion, duly made and en
tered on the 9th day o f August, 1917,
was appointed administrator o f the es
tate o f Avery Winslow, deceased, and
that he has duly qualified ns such ad
•Meet« Train 82 northbound at Aums- ministrator. All persona having claims
ville. Stage leaves opposite O. E. de against such estate ure hereby notified
pot in Salem.
to present the same duly verified as re
quired by Inw to said administrator at
the office o f S. H. Heltzel, attorney at
Stayton, Oregon, within
7:00 a. m. Lv Stayton Ar 8:45 a.m.
4 10 p.m .1
Dated this 23d day o f August, 1917.
; « - A r w . s , —
W. K. Winslow, Administrator.
S. H. Heltzel, attorney for estate. 35t5
Hamman Auto Stage
Geo. B. Jacob
ADM INISTRATOR’S NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given t int the un
dersigned. by an (or 'er o f the County
Salem Real Estate, Insurance,
Court o f the State o f Oregon for the
Loan and Employment Agency
County o f Marion, duly made and en
Room 14, Hreyman Rldg. SALEM, ORE tered on the 10th day o f August, 1917,
waa appointed administrator o f the es
820 acres for $25.00 an acre, 3 1-2
miles from railroad station. We
tate o f S. H. Burson, deceased, and
hHve buyers for farm bargains.
that he has duly qualified aa such ad
Farm Loans at six per cent.
ministrator. All persons having cluims
Hgainst said estate arc hereby notified
Meachem O. W. R. & N. Co. to present the same duly verified ns
constructing double track and required by law to said administrator
at the office o f 8. H. Heltzel, attorney
repairing bridges here.
•t law, Stayton, Oregon, within six
months o f the date o f this n o tice .
Dated this 23rd day o f Aui'uat, 1917.
8. H. Heltzel,
Attorney for estate.
Baby Star Here
in “ Twin Kiddies
Mrs. J. H. Missler and Gail
J. P. Wilbur, wife and daught
and Margaret Missler motored to er motored to Salem Friday.
Bud Fresh and family and Ben
of Shaw spout Sunday
Mrs. Anna Burson o f Mehama
with Mrs. Mary Eisenhart.
Baby Marie Osborne, Bathe's is employed at the Stayton Hotel
M. i. M. J. CJueener left today
little five year old mite who has during the absence of Mrs. Em
tut extended visit with her
become famous since the release ma Glover who is in the hopyard.
daughter. Mrs. Joe Korinek, at
Geo. Spaniol, (¿has- Hottinger,
of her first Gold Rooster play
In the Circuit Court o f the Slate o f Or-
Bell and VV. F. Klecker
‘ ‘Little Mary Sunshine," is to
gon for Marion County.
Miss Lola Jones from near Sil-
Department No, 2.
appear at the Star theatre, Sun attended a meeting o f the
8. 8. Baumgartner, Plaintiff, v s ., day in "Twin Kiddies," another Knight’s o f Columbus in Salem, verton has been visiting at the
Falls City-Salem Lumber Company, a
A. C. Thomas home.
of Lathe’s "Sunshine Series."
corporation, L. A. Westacott, and C.
John Braun and family, from
Little Miss Osborne is support
Wm. Lake and family, T. L.
H. Buckhce and Phebe A. Buckbee, bis
county, visited at the M.
ed in this picture by her young Sanders and family VV. J. Hewitt
To C. H. Buckbee and Phebe A. Du< ■ director Henry King.
In it she and family and Mrs. M. Malone
bee, above named defendants.
Miss Pearl Turnidge, of Sher
plays her first dual role. She is motored to Wilhoit Springs Sun
In the name o f the State o f Oregon,
idan, visited at the home of her
seen as good little girl and a had day and spent the day.
you are hereby required to appear ai d
Henry Lulay is off duty at he aunt, Mr-. C. C. Noil, ¡ast week.
answer the complaint filed against you little Kiri. Of course the first is
in the above entitled suit on or before
Saturday last Miss Emma
saw mill, having injured one of
the 15th day o f October, 1917, and if They meet, and in a prank, they his feet while working.
Streff left for Salem, where she
you fail ao to appear and answer said chanKe their dresses and then
was joined by Miss Ajina Mul en
complaint, for want thereof, the plain
things begin to happen.
other friends, o f a trip to
tiff will apply to the court for the r i- i
This is one of the most delight
Beauchamp's Drug Portland. The following morn
lief demanded in his complaint, to-wit:
ing the party left for ti e trip
First, for judgment against defend ful pictures that has been thrown Store.
ants C. H. Buckhce and Phebe A. on the screen of a local theatre
the famous Columbia high
V. Dare Sloper was in Port
Buckbee his wife, for the principal sum in a long time. The many peo
visiting the various points
land Thursday on business.
o f twelve hundred dollars in U. S. gold
ple who saw Baby Marie Osborne
including the fi3h
Miss Rose Amort of Shaw
coin, together with interest thereon in '
like coin at the rate o f eight per cent
passed through town this morn
returned to Portland Sunday
per annum from March 20, 1916, until "Shadows and Sunshine" and ing in her Dodge car.
paid, Bnd for the sum o f one hundred "Joy and the Dragon,” will not
evening, and Monday visited
A number from here attended
fifty dollars, reasonable attorneys fe< \ want to miss her in "Twin Kid-!
Vancouver, Wn., and the army
and for costs and disbursements incur dies."
the funeral of the infant son of
Miss Streff arrived
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Carter.
home Monday evening and re
Second, for the foreclosure o f said
SH9 Ite rd, $*00
Mrs. Ficklin, mother o f Fred ports a very enjoyable time.
mortgage upon the following described
par>or w!!l !>«
l.i at I- a«t one Ficklin, expects to leave soon for j
property: Lots No. four (4) and five ir
j t l r.ci*nco t.a j b < n
Mrs. C. 0. Crawford, o f Pen
i r.'t Ju stages, and that 1» Long Beach, Calif., to join her
(5) in Block No. four (4) in Subdivi-- .’ bb
>:v .rrh Cure la tho only
recently underwent an
ion o f Lots No. one (1) to ten (10) of P-.» ! ': . « c.». l. -/ kr. r.-n to Uie medical son Lyle wno is employed there.
in a Portland hospital
Block one “ I " o f Simpson’ s Addition
. . i
I.; i a constitutional treat-
nicely from its
to the CitX o f Satcm, Marion County,
ly upon the Mood are enjoying an outing at Cas-
Oregon, as shown by the recorded plat ai I t
s surfaces o f th e system , there
dcs roylm f t .o foundation o f the dis cadia. Mrs. Beauchamp had been
thereof, given to secure said sum of by
she will arrive soon for a visit
ease. nr, 1 g 'r.g tho patient strength by
money snd interest thereon aa al>ove building up t o constitution and assisting visiting her son, Dr. F. E. Beau
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
nature In <! : g I- « work. The proprietor*
specified, and attorneys fees and cost.-, have ro m h f.ilth In It* curative pow
th t t ‘ y or r O r - Hundred Dollars champ at Albariy for some time. W. L. Kimsey, east of town.
and disbursements o f this suit, and that er*
f r .- y r
i t ; t It folia to cure. Send
J. M. Ringo and wife and L.
the whole o f said land described in t-uid for I t o f testimonial».
J. Sheard writes from Long
Ad 'r — i \ .1. i IU .N 1.Y
C O ., T o le d o , O hio,
A. Thomas and wife spent Sun Beach, Calif., that he is hav
mortgage be adjudged to be sold by the
Take Ha:, Tam il/ I ..la for constipation.
Sheriff o f said county according to the
ing good health since his return
day and Monday at Cascadia.
law and practice o f this Court. That
to that city.
He has an excel
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morley and
the proceeds o f such sale properly a; -
lent position in the woolen mills
son o f the Waldo Hills spent Sun and is enjoying the balmy ocean
plicable thereto be applied to the pay
day at the A. C. Thomas home. breezes.
ment o f all unpaid taxes now standing
as a lien against said property, or that
"The More Excellent W ay"
may become a lein thereon, and the re will be the pastor’s topic at the *
mainder be applied to the discharge of
morning hour. In the evening J
said note and mortgage, attorneys fees
and the costs and disbursements o f this Judge J. C. Moreland of Salem, J
suit, and for any deficiency that may clerk of the supreme court of *
remain that plaintiff have judgment Oregon will deliver his famous 5
against defendants and each o f them. lecture on early history in Ore
Third, That said defendants and each
gon. The lecture is entitled,
o f them and all persons claiming undir
Lee the Missionary to
them or either o f them subsequent to "Jason
It is a story in which
the execution o f said mortgage cither
as purchasers or encumbrancers or oth the city of Salem figures and is
erwise, be barred and foreclosed o f i ll one that every inhabitant of
right, claim or equity o f redemption in
Marion county should be inter
said above described mortgaged prem
ested in because o f the part our
ises and every part thereof.
in the lecture.
Fourth, That the Sheriff o f Marion county takes
County issue a deed to the purchaser o f High school students and other
said premises and said plaintiff or any students old and young are cor «
other party to this suit may become
dially invited to hear Judge More %
A G E N T S FO R T H E
purchaser at said sale, and the purchas
er thereof be let into possession o f the
whole and every part o f said land on o’clock.
the production o f a Sheriff’s certificate
The Epworth League has be
o f sale, and if the possesion be refused gun its fall work and now meets
said purchaser, then said Sheriff of
each Sunday evening at 7 o’ clock. X
Marion County shall put the purchaser
into possession o f the whole and every The Sunday school session at 10 J
part o f said premises, and that said in the morning under Prof. Bur-
plaintiff have such other, further ar.d gess Ford is a good session to
differentjrelief as the Court may deem visit.
right and equitable.
The pastor has but a few more
You are hereby notified that this
in Stayton and urges all
summons is served upon you by publi
cation in the Stayton Mail, a weekly those who have pledged money
newspaper o f
general circulation, for the benovolent enterprises of
Bicycle and Gun Repairing— Key Fitting
printed and published at Stayton, Mar tho church to hand the amount $
ion County, Oregon, the date o f the
su pledged to him at the earliest 'J
first publication o f this summons being
The annual con
August 30th, and the date o f the lust convenience.
publication thereof being October 11th,
You are further notified that this
E. B. Lockhart, minister.
summons is served upon you by publi
cation thereof pursuant to an order o f
No Fumes. No Freezing
the Hon. Percy R. Kelly, Judge o f the
No Headaches, N o Thawing
above entitled court, made on the 22ml
Lot of Fresh Films
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M eth o d ist C h u rch
Gymnasium and Athletic Supplies
Basket Ball Goods
Indoor Base Bail Supplies
Famous Grip Sure Basket Ball Shoes
Base Ball and Lawn
Spalding Sweaters and Jersyes
Dayton and Adlake Bicycles $28*85 to $45
Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, Cutlery
TROJAN STUMPING POW DER
The Letter “ E”
day o f August, 1917, requiring that
this summons be published once a week
for six successive weeks in said paper.
McNary & McNury, E. M. Page,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Lilly Hardware Co** Local Agents
Some one lias advanced the J
opinion that the letter "E ’ is : .«
th most unfortunate character i
in (lie English alphabet because
it is always out of cash, forever
Notice of Executor to Creditors.
in debt, never out of danger and
In the county court o f the State o f Or
TH OM AS,
Rut we cd l attention to the!
egon, for the county o f Marion.
In the matter o f the estate o f George fact that "F ," is never in war,
and always in peace.
It is the1
Notice is hereby Riven that Geo. A.
Phone or Call on
beginning of existence, the com
Smith, the undersigned, has been duly
appointc! executor o f the estate of
Without it there,
George Weinrich, deceased, by the of trouble.
county court o f the State o f Oregon, for would bo n ) Kexall Stores, no|
the county o f Marion, and has duly one cent sales.no coiTee, no meat,
Highest Market Piice Pai
qualified as required by law.
no bread, no life, no heaven, no i WHEN IN NEED OF AUTOMOBILE
sons haying claims against said estate
service, no business, no apprec.-
are hereby notified to present the same,
with proper vouchers and duly verified, ation, no patronage, no regrets?
as required by law, to the undersigned, no Beauchamp’s.
at the office o f V. A. Goode, Roy Beauchamp's Pure Drugs and
Building, Stayton. Oregon, within six Service are synonymous and we
months from the date o f this notice.
Guaranteed 6000 miles
appreciate your patronage. Try
Dated and first publication August !Uh,
1917, Date o f last publication, Sept. us next time and we will make it
our business to sae that you ha' o
highest prices paid
G ko . A. S mith , Executor.
V. A. G oode ,
Landon iVosper Shingle mill
Attorney for Executor.
& Milling Co., incorpora
Gresham — First
If in the Market
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
Chevrolet or Buick
Four or Six
0 . M. Baker, Agent
Fresh, salt & Cured Meats
Lard & Cream.rv Rutter.
Bring Your L
and Rubber to
JOE HAMMAN, Agent HAMMAN’S