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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1917)
H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M. U.
her home in Salem Saturday af-i ma May lie motored to Mill City children, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. j Don Ray, of Echo spent the
ter a 10 day» visit witli relative« Sunday afternoon.
.Shank and son. Wayne and Will- week end visitim: at W. R.Rays.
Physician and ¿»uijjton
Mi s Alta Brown who is tench- * Huber, fT 'ord Downing and and Mrs. Roxie Shank motored
Myrtle Brown returned from a ing the hox Valley achool will Earnest Knapp were Sunday vis- to Harrisburg Thursday,
few days «tay in Stayton Wed- «tay with Grandma Brown.
itors at Mr*. Roxie Shanks.
I Frank Senz and Charley Crois-
nesday of last week.
Cliff Phillips a soldier boy from
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glover ant cailed at J. H. Kloera Sunday,
The Rebeccas will lie “ hallow- Vancouver was in tewri Sunday. and son Frank. Ves Downing.
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
Mrs. I)()n McKnight and child-
eeningly” entertained in Lyons.
Mrl E^ rhJ‘/ d U n l ^ ° 8U ? h? nk Iren and Miss Cora Ray of Scio,
PHYSICIAN AND SUltUKON
next Saturday evening.
and G. H. Ray were Sunday vis-
Miss Hislop left Friday a fter-!
S t a y t o n . O regon
itors at W. R. Rays.
noon for Seattle and returned
Frank lam bert and Pete Fied
Miss Roxana Shank called on
Leonard Gibbons, o f Portland, ler put in cement walks at P. H.
write S. II. I I L M / L L , Stavton, Sunday evening.
Elsie Downing Sunday.
was an over Sunday visitor at Lamberts the past week.
i H- Senz’ wiie and »on Nick,
Mrs. Pearl Schnackenberg left ^he .McLaughlin home,
W. R. Ray and wife left Wed Tony U u x , A Senz and wife
O ffici Opp. Lai ( field Shoe Store
nesday for Portland where they motored to Salem Sunday.
business trip down the line.
teaching school at Scio spent rev- intend to visit for some time.
I'honr W i i
Misses Gladys Downing, Bessie
Mr. and Mrs. R. Brown and *ral ,lays at
home o f her ¡.ar-
Miss h ranees Kloer and broth- Crystal and Verna Shank, Fpank
M. I I . I I I * I.T/.KI.
On Saturday afternoon Mrs. W. daughtor Agnes moved to Port- ents*
Caapell and Hal Shelton motored
Harry Scofield while drivimr a T ’. T° " ?
Attorney*« t I.IIW - Notary Public
N. Savage entertained a number land the first of the week where
tY¡rtained at the Eberheardt home ^ Salem Sunday.
run* Sunday evening. '
of friends. The afternoon was
Mrs. Ed Smitn and Mrs. Roxie
No ond was hurt.
pleasantly spent with music and the R. R. Co.
' V“ 7**°. *' 'V I Misses Crystal Shank and Shank were Sunday visitors at
H. S. Johnston of Scio visited
l orter is digging the Gladys Downing and Mr. Walter
conversation and a dainty lunch
spuds in this neighborhood with G)over were Salem and SiIverton H. R. Shanks.
LAWYER and NOTARY PUBLIC
Frank Senz called on Charley
his four horse plow.
nisted by Miss Jean Ketchum. Tuesday.
Olile« Riami No. 0, Roy Bldg.
Mrs. Clyde Rucker, o f Astoria,
Mrs. R. P. Lyons and children
Those present were: Mesdames.
A singing was given at the W.
Alice Ketchum, Phillip Fischer, and J. H. Johnston and family is visiting at the home of her
Ray home Sunday evening in
G. F. KORINEK, V. S., B. V. Sc Jac. Doerfler, Glenn McClellan, called at the D. Watterman resi man
tored to Scio Sunday.
of Don Rav. A large crowd
C. C. Jones and 0. W. Humph dence Sunday evenihg.
and a good time was re
reys and Misses Anna Doertler,
Our town will soon celebrate a
F. A. Marriels and wife were
Treat* all domestic .mimai»,
alar Ava Darby,Milly, Lizzie and Ber
“ w heatless” day.
Frank Lambert made a business
Mehama callers Sunday.
applieit the Tuberculin lost.
Earnest Knapp spent spent the
tha Krenz, Ethel King. Leona
Will Alsman is working for tr*P to Lebanon Wednesday.
, Telephon« 3x7
Hubbard, Inez Fisher and Jean
Of ih r al Sia} ion .•'latici
August Sheiman near Thomas.
Miss Dorothy Smith is visiting week end with his parents at
. . . .
Lyons New s
J. W. Ray will soon move to home folks this week.
Melvin Shank was a Sunday
Mrs. Theo Fischer is spending
Salem. He sold his farm to G eo.1 Mrs. Lee Downing and daugh-
a few days in Portland visiting
ter Gladys and Mrs. Henry Glov- visitor at Ed Smith’s,
Mr. Kusman had a had acci Ashford.
her sister. Miss Anna Stage).
dent last week when his team
son Walter motored to
A good time is reported by all
P. A. Stevens is loading a car „
the dance at the rink.
Andrew Fisher is visiting rela
tives in Albertu. Canada.
face and his arm was run over
the week end with Miss Selma
G. W. Slagel spent the week
almost forcing the flesh from the
Schuff, of Stayton
end with his family in Salem.
-J . M. RINGO—
bone from the wrist to the el
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Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Shank and
Several from here attended the
Miss Selma Schuff spent Mon- „
bow. leaving it black and blue.
* » , l ” n
son, **r s - J06 Senz and daughter STAYTON
P. T. A. meeting at McAlpin last
day eve at M. F. Ryans.
Miss Cora Ray of Scio visited
Agnes are moving to Portland
Misses Inez and Elva Fischer,
Sunday with home folks.
where Miss Agnes can continue
Leona King and Lola Jones who
! her study of music.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Habber-
are attending high school in Sil- j
. . .
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Me
verton, spent the week end with
Red Cross social given by
the Lyons ladies last Friday even- Intyre and daughter, of Salem,
W ill not be Cheaper this W inter
ing wras a success in every way. visited at M. F. Ryans Sunday.
Adolph Hegethwiler was a Sil-
There is a possibility that they
Great merriment was caused by
Grace and Crystal
verton business visitor on Friday.
the contests and the witches welL Shank called on G. H. Ray. on
m ay go still higher. You can buy
Mrs. Geo. Given has returned I drew lots o f fishermen who were Thursday.
from a two weeks visit in Wash sure of catching something.
Mrs. Jake Huber called on Mrs.
the best brands
Miss Fuson spent the week-end H. R. Shank Friday,
reasonable prices at
On Sunday a number o f friends with her people in Aumsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Senz
and relatives gathered at the
Geo. Pcling is down with the spent the past week at the coast,
Mrs. J. King home in honor of
grip at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Linn Lambert
her birthday. About 30 guests
Grandma Brown has been quite and Irvine Ray called at G. H.
sick the past week but is some Ray’s Sunday.
Little William and Josephine
Miss Anna Miles was a Sunday
McGilchrist of Salem spent last
at W. R. Rays.
Jack Johnston and Frank John
week with their grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith and
ston and family including grand-
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Savage.
Wilbur N. Finder, b.M.I).
KAP.M ANI* 'T T Y LOAN’ S
If v u <iro paying u high rat« o f ut»
lere»t. why not refund your loan at
H low. r 1 i.i.' n. -1 «...!•• .1« i .1 I. tin .
It la not g .o.l l>uair>rsi to pay »
higher ruto o f int«-teat than the
murki't (Joman-I», nor ia it good t*u»i-
iirn to keep your aurplu» tunde on
timi, ili^xwita nt 3 to 4 perct per art
non. - I." ' •; per cent cull readily I. ■
»reured on llrat Kurin Mortage». If
you Jillve money to loan or wi»h to
refiiinj or »enure a new one, «all or
V. A. GOODE
f i t . P le a s a n t
M en’s W ork Shoes
Lancefield Shoe Store
Notice to the Public
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Jones and
family visited at the Frank Egan
Jaspar King has been quite ill
for the past few days.
Andrew Fisher who has been
visiting relatives in Alberta, Can
ada, has returned home.
A large crowd attended the
dance at the W. O. W, hall Sat
urday evening, given by the Red
The Misses Frances. Willemina
and Clara Doerfler who are at
tending Sacred Heart academy
spent the week end with home
W. A. White and daughters
Highest Market Price Paid For Fat Stock
Irene and Goldie o f Yamhill
county visited at the J King
home Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Darby and
family spent Sunday with rela
tives at McMinnville.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Fisher and
Mrs. J. King went to SiIverton
The Sublimity Cider W ork s is now
going full blast I will grind your
apples for 2c per gallon and put
it in your kegs. I also have sweet
cider on hands which I sell at 15c
per gallon. The Cider W o rk s is
located in the Sublimity Dryer
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
Fresh, Salt & Cured Meats
Lard & Creamery Butter.
If in the Market
Chevrolet or Buick
Four or Six
Phone or Call on
0 . M. Baker, Agent
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE AUG. 17
Will make regular trip» every day.
Sundays included a* follows:
8AI.KM I'llDNK 1W>
7:40 L v .. . .K ingston. . .A r 6:30
7:60 ....... ..S ta y to n ... ....... 5:00
8:00 ........ ..Sublimity . . . . 4:50
•8:20 ....... ..Aum sville . . . . . 4:30
8:40 1....... ..T u rn er___ . . . . 4:15
9:16 Ar. . .S alem ....... .Lv 8:45
•Meet» Train 62northl>ouml at Aunis-
vili«-. Stag»1 Irav«» opposite O. E. do-
pot in Salem.
Stay ton-West Stayton
sj,HV, nn Ar
p.m. Ar W. SUyton L v | 6:1H p m
Hamman Auto Stage
Fox Valley G em s
Marshall Stone and family of
Gooch were visitors in the valley
Jack Johnston and family call
ed on Mr. a.id Mrs. John Trask
On account o f the death of Mrs.
Rressler the Red Cross social
was postponed until Friday even
ing of this week. Everyone
should attend and help make it a
Mrs. Peling visited at Mrs.
Geo. Johnstons on Sunday.
J. H. Johnston and wife were
Salem visitors Saturday.
Frank WycofT spent Saturday
and Sunday of last week in Salem
l Miss Helen Merser returned to
F. O. B. DETROIT
There »re ▼¡»¡on»——now end then— in bust-
ntai and induitry.
The Maxwell motor car ia a wonderful
vicion that ha» been made real.
The fixed purpose of the Maxwell builder»
was in the bagir -ling, and ia now, to produce a
car which would be, in the highest »erne, effi
cient, durable, economical, comfortable and
standard in a<|uipment.
Many year» experience in production on a
vast scale ha» taught tha Maxwell manufac
turers two thing».
Ona U that such a car as they have always
made their aim----a car in which efficiency,
durability, economy, comfort, beauty and stand
ard equipment are all present— cannot he built
for less than $745 with materials at their
The other lesson is that, for more than
$745, they could not give you anything more
than tha Maxwell now has----except greater size
or luxuries, pure and simple.
In other words they are convinced----end
they have convinced us— that they have found
the great MIDDLE LINE where you get dollar
for dollar in ABSOLUTE VALUE.
C. A. BEAUCHAMP
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rods east and 43 rods north o f the sec
tion corner between sections 9, 10, 15
In the Circuit Court o f the State o f
and 16, in township 9 south, range one
Oregon for the County o f Marion. De
west o f the Willamette Meridian; run
partment No. 2, Stayton State Bank,
ning thence west 10 rods; thence south
a Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Edward B.
16 rods, thence east 10 rods; thence
Hunt, and Anna M. Hunt, his wife.
north 16 rods to the place o f beginning,
situated in Marion county, Oregon.
To Edward B. Hunt and Anna M.
That the defendants Edward B. Hunt
Hunt defendants above named.
and Anna M. Hunt, his wife, and all
In the name o f the State o f Oregon:
persons claiming under or throughfthem
You and both o f you are hereby required
or either o f them, subsequent to plain
to appear and answer the complaint
tiff's said mortgage herein, whether as
filed against you in the above entitled
purchasers, incumbrancers, or other
Court and suit within six weeks from
wise, be barred and foreclosed o f all
the date o f the first publication o f thia
their right, claims, liens, estates, title,
summons, to-w it: On or before the 8th
interest and equity o f redemption, in
day o f November. 1917, and if you fail
or to said premises, and every part
to so answer, for want thereof, the thereof.
plaintiff will apply to the Court for the
That the plaintiff may become a pur
relief prayed for in its said complaint, chaser at said sale and that the sheriff
viz: For a decree reforming the mort execute a deed to the purchaser c:.u
gage described in the complaint on file that said purchaser be let into the pos
session o f said premises immediately
in said suit and also for a decree fore upon the purchase o f the same, and
closing said mortgage as reformed up that plaintiff have such other and fur
on the following described premise», ther relief in the premises as to the
Court may seem just and equitaole.
This summons is served upon you by
Beginning at a point 60 rods east and publication thereof in the Stayton Mail,
27 rods north o f the section corner be a newspaper published weekly in the
tween sections 9, 10, 15 and 16 in town town o f Stayton, Marion county. Ore
ship 9 south, range 1 west o f the Wil gon. by order o f the Hon. Geo. G.
lamette Meridian; running thence west Bingham, Judge o f the Circuit Court
of the State o f Oregon for the Third
ten rods: thence south 16 rods; thence Judicial District dated the 22nd day o f
east 10 rods; thence north 16 r.als to September, 1917, the first publication
ih- place o. beginning, save andex ept to be on the 27th day o f September,
therefrom a tract o f land 125 ft. by 50 1917, an.l you are required to appear
and answer said complaint on or before
ft. out o f the S. VV. corner thereof, i the 8th day o f November, 1917.
heretofore conveye I to one John Renno. |
S. H. HELTZEL.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Also: Commencing at a point 60 33t7