The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, November 29, 1917, Image 3

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Physician and Surgson
H R P o a T o r T ilR c o n d i t i o n o r t h is
FARM AND C ITY LOANS
I f vou are paying a high rate o f in­
ternet. why not refund your loan at
a lower rate and morn liberal term*.
It la not good buaineaa to pay a
higher rate o f Internet than the
market demand«, nor le It goflfl boal-
near to keep your aurplue lurid« on
lime depoaita at 8 to 4 per ct. per an­
num when 6 per rent can readily be
»erured on Hr»t Farm Mortage«. I f
you have money to loan or wi«h to
rofund or aecure a new one, call or
write 8. H. H ELTZEL, Stayton,
Oregon.
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STAYTON S TA TE BANK
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department o f the Interior
U 8. Land Office Ht Portland, Oregon
November, 26th, 1917.
STAYTO N.
AMOL'ftCfCH
OREGON
IrOAiiB Bini niMount* .............
9121,771 *3
Notice 1« hereby given that Aubrey
O v«rdr*fU , •eoiiriifl tiwl urifM.‘Ctjr«<1.
71» AC G. Myem o f fiate«, Oregon, who on
Bond* »nd Warrant*
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h
October 8, 1912, mnde Homestead En
Mtorkt, m » o tiriti««, Judgment*, mVt. .
«I
Hanking bonne,.......................................
A.AOU 00 try. No 0MB0, for SE* NW * 3W * NE*
Kuruitnr* and f lit u m ,
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2 /áM) Ob and W * 8K*, Section 8. Townahip 9
P H Y S IC IA N A N I) SUHÜEON
Du« from bank* (n ot r«*crvr banks»
South, Range 8 Eaat, Willamette Me­
Du« from approve«! rewrve banks ... 11.MM 42
ridian, haa filed notice o f intention to
S t a y t o n . O kkco n
<’ he«‘ k* sud other <:«»h Itemi»
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M3 01
('s ili on h siK l.............
9ß'£7 »1 make five year proof under A ct of
March 4, 1913, to eatabliah claim to the
T o rti..
.................. $»$ß1b 12
land bbove deacribed, beft re Regiater
and Receiver o f the U nite! State«
U A B IU T IK H
DENTIST
Capital Ulu li palli l « ........... ....... I 21.000 un Land Office, at Portland, Oregon, on
Undivided proflu, ........... ..........
the 17th day o f January, 1918.
< >ftlco Opp. Lancefield Hhoo Store
«41 O
l e » c i panie, al 4 l a « . , paid
Claimant name« aa witnea-ea: A. B.
Individua! drpoaiu auliteci lo .back in ww 7a
Phone 2162
Stevton, Ore
2.001 g' Myera, S. G. Myera, A. Y. Myera and
Caahler cb.nk» oulatandln*......
TI io . and Having» Papuan»..............
•0 A li tu A. R. Myera, all o f Gate«, Marion, Co.,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jones of
T o tal .
MH An i Oregon. Proof made under Aet of
Victor Point celebrated their
March 4, 1913.
N. C AM PB ELL,
LA W YE R end NO TAR Y PUBLIC
twentieth wedding anniversary Hial« nf Orr « on f
48U>
Regiater
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
Wilbur N. Pintler, D.M.D.
• I HUylon, In 'h e Auto of Oregoa, s i (hr
O k *« of biiilncM Hov gl). 1917.
Wedding Anniversary
V. A. GOODE
last Sunday at their home. The
Office Room No. 6, Roy lildg.
occasion wan one long to be re­
membered by those present, an
M. H . H K L T Z K L
elaborate dinner was served and
an enjoyable time was had by all.
Attorney-at-Law -Notary Public
Those present were J. Morely.
w ife and aons, Everett and Lloyd
C. E. Morely and family o f Shaw,
W. R. Jonea and wife, C. C.
Jones and family of Victor Point,
F. M. Egan and family, H. P.
Broughton
and family of Silver-
GEO. A. SMITH
ton, A. C. Thomas and family of
Stayton,
Oregon
Stayton and Wm. Greenberg,
wife and son of Portland. Mr.
and Mrs. Jones were presented
G. F . KORINEK, V. S„ B. V. Sc with a beautiful hand painted
china dinner set and several
other
beautiful pieces of china.
Trenta all domeatic animala,
alee
— Real Estate—
And Farm Loans
Veterinarian
applica the Tuberculin teat.
Telephone 8*7
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O nice « I Stay ton > tab le t
STA YTO N
. . . .
If in the Market
For
Chevrolet or Buick
Four or Six
P h on e o r Call on
0. M. Baker, Agent
Kingston. O re.
T IN W O R K and
PL U M B IN G
Bath Tube, Lavatories and
dll Sanitary ñttinsrs— Farm-
ere-W e carry a line o f
pumps, leader water sys­
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
JACOB SPANIOL
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
SESTAK
Union Hill
OREGOf
&
TH O M AS,
Proprietors.
Mrs. C. C. Carter spent the
week end In Stayton, returning
home Monday.
Thomas Tate is home on a vis­
it from eastern Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. M ollett
daughters Bertha and Ethel and
Mrs. Jessie Carter and Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Crabtree and sons
were entertained at the Elvin
Carter home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Stevely, ac­
companied by Mr. and Mrs. J.A.
Lincoln, motored to Stayton Sun­
day eve, attending the show.
Mrs. May Williams is visiting
friends in Salem this week.
Fresh, Salt & Cured Meats
Mr.
Lard & Creamery Butter. spent
Kgbest Market Price Paid For Fat Stock
St. Marys Church
Services 2nd 4th and 6th Sun­
days at 8:30 a. m.
Rev. Fr. Lai nek. Pastor •
and Mrs. C. J. Seibel
Sunday near the Silver
Creek Falla.
Mr. and Mrs. W, D.
Hurt
made a business trip to Salem
Wednesday.
North Santiam
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
NOTI
FOR PUBLICATION
Portland people are going to
take one or more soldier boys
from Vancouver to their home for
Thanksgiving
and according to
Mrs. Van Winkle of Portland
reports
from
the
east the Oregon
w ho has been visiting her mice
boys
will
be
taken
into homes
Mrs. tWilh ir f. r a few days re-
thtre
for
the
day.
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Tu - ’ y.
Hamman Auto Stage
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A FULL LINE OF
Men's Slickers at the Old Price
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RUBBER W EAR
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Complete line for Men* Women and Children
GEHLEN S STORE
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SE*. Section 3 Townahip 9 South, ♦
Range 3 Eaat, Willamette Meridian, ♦
4 A A %4 4 A < « 4 6 4 A 4 4 4 4 V v 6 A 4 4 4 4 * A 4 4 6 t « 6 4 4 4 4 4
haa filed notice o f intention to make
KKPOIlT or TIIB CONDITION o r THB
five year proof under act o f March 4
1913, to eatabliah claim to the land
Farmers and Merchants Bank
above deacribed, before the Regiatet
at Slayton, In th* Slate of Oregon, at the clow and Receiver o f the United State« Land ,
Office, at Portland, Oregon, on the 17th
of bustnesa Nov. «11, 1*17
Kaaovacaa.
day o f January, 1918.
1/van» and discount»........................ |r»l,2M U
Claimant name* as witnesses: A. B.
Overdraft» accurrd and unsecured
I'd *>■
Honda and warranta ......................
fl.'AM 77 Mvers, S. G. Myera, A. G. Myera, and
Hanking house .................................
*,V>0 On A. R. Myera, all o f Gatea, Marion Co., •
Furniture and fixture»....................
*.«11 Ml Oregon.
Proof made under A ct of;
Due from approved reserve Pauk»..
23.M6 «1 March 4, 1913.
N. CAM PBELL,
Check» and other ca»h Ite m »...........
48t5
Register.
Cash on hand ......... .......................
10,7«* W.
PI ree tora
Florsheim Shoes are Now
T o t a l ..............................
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L ia r unaa.
Capital slock paid In ....................... I 2 . 1,000 no
Sutpluafuod.......................................... 1,300 00
It is a fine thing to guard our
Undivided p ro flu .............................
leaaeipeuaea and taxes paid
1,1*5 «4 homes against alien soldiers of
Individual depoalu subject to check l l l i l f l 40
Demand certificate» of depoeit..............
6.201 04 whose purpose we are all aware-
Tim e and flavin «» Depoalu
66.au 07 But it is also very important to
Selling at from $9.00 to $10.50. However
while they last I have some good styles in
this well known brand that I can sell at $6.00
$7.50 and $8.00. Get them while the getting
is Good
Lancefield Shoe Store
T o t a l ................................ Uti*.43H 66
guard them against other insidu-
ous
foes that creep io under the
flu te of Oregon I
County of Marloni
disguise o f friendly entertainers
1, J. W. MAYO, Caablerof the above named
bank, do aolamnly »»e a r that the above a u u - to plunder and destroy the cher­
menl la trua to the beat of my knowledge and ished ideals, the lofty standards,
belief
I. W. Mayo.Caahler.
the clear views that have Riven
Hu bar rl bed and (w orn to before me thla (7fb
the home its character.
day of Nov., ,1*17.
V A-OOODE.
I f you will familiarize your
Notary Public
young people with the beat read­
My Cnmialaslon exptrea Oct.. 7. Ilia
C o rre c t-A Ilea':
ing. they will not be likely to
A. D. U a b p n « «
crave what is inferior and de­
W. W. KLivra
J. M. Rlfloo
moralizing. The Youth’s Com­
Director».
panion is a powerful influence in
awakening a taste for what is
best in reading. It is on guard
at the reading gate! Nothing
cheap, mean or hateful passes
(Last week’s items)
its challenge. But neither does
Mrs. Gunsaules spent Sunday the crabbed, dull and austere.
afternoon viaiting relatives in Cheery idealism is The Compan­
Stayton.
ion’s countersign.
Put it on
Arthur Branch has traded his guard at your reading gate!
ranch for a Waldo Hill ranch and
The Companion ia $2,00 a year
is busy moving.
I f you do not know it, by all
Mrs. 'Shieman and daughter means send for sample copies
Josephine were trading with givin g a forecast o f what the
next volume will bring. By ad­
Stayton merchants Saturday.
Mr. McClellan, our genial mer­ ding 26 cents you can also get
chant, haa moved hia stock o f McCall’s Magazine, the best
fashion authority for women and
goods into the Henny building.
girls—both
publications for $2.26
Earl Brown went to Washing­
Our
two-at-one-price
offer in­
ton to spend the winter.
cludes:
Mrs. Gunsaules called on Leona
1. The Youth’ s Companion-
Forrette Monday afternoon,
62 issues of 1918.
Andrew Fery, w ife and daugh­ . 2. All the remaining issues of
ters, visited at the Nick Schmitz 1917.
home Sunday afternoon.
3. The Companion Home Cal­
Andrew Brown is working for endar for 1918.
Geo. Brewer.
4. McCall’ s Magazine — 12
Ruby McCormick is employed fashion numbers o f 1918. All
at the Charley Martin home in for only $2.25.
Aumsville.
THE Y O U T H ’S CO M PANIO N
Mrs. Carlson was a Salem vis­ Commonwealth Ave., Boston,
Mass.
itor recently.
New
subscriptions Received at
Oliver Forrette is doing some
this
Office.
farm work on the Leonard W alk-1
West Stayton
LeterRai
8:00 a.m. . ur Stavton I v
5:00 p.m. Ar W - M - ° " 1 v !6:16 p.m.
I Large line of Fall Goods
ofco. SPANIOL.
Mrs. George Brower, o f Auro­
ra, visitfed friends and relatives
here.
- J . M. RINGO —
S. E. Kuenzli, who has spent
STAYTON
OREGON
several months in Ohio and
Michigan visiting relatives and
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE AUG. 17
friends, has returned home.
Bert Beal and family, of Cam­
as, Washington, have moved on
AUTO STAGE
his mother’s place. She will re­ er ranch.
G. W. DeJardin made a fiyir.g
Will make regular trips every flay. side with them.
visit toGervais and return last
Sundays included « h follows:
P. A. Stephens and family vis­
Monday.
SAl.KM PHON K 1*96
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
A. M.
IP- M.
ited in Albany Sunday.
7:4(1 L v ___Kingston.... Ar 5 :30
The Red Cross auxiliary will
7:50 ......... Stayton............. 5 :00
DepHrtment o f the Interior
8:00 ......... Sublimity........ 4 :60
meet
this week in the Saints
•8:20 ......... Aum aville....... 4 :30
"U. S. Land Office at Portland. Oregon
:lfi
church.
8:40 ......... Turner.............. 4
I November 26th, 1917.
9:15 A r . .. .Salem......... Lv 8 :45
Notice is hereby given that Stephen
Ralph Spicer and wife v ent to
G.
Myers, o f Gates, Oregon, who, on
Portland
the
first
of
the
week.
•Meets Train 62 northbound at Auma-
October 8, 1912, made Homestead En­
ville. Stage leave» opposite O. E. de-
Mr. Mayo, of Stayton, is ship­ try, No. n3651 tor Lots 2. 3, 4 and SW*
fait in Salem.
ping a car of spuds from here.
NW *. Section 3, Township 9 South,
S ta y to n -W e s t Stayton
Several potato buyers have Range 3 East, Willamette Meridian, \
has tiled notice o f intention to make
been in this neighborhood after, three-vear Proof, to estatdish claim t o .
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. 8:45 a.m.
7:00 a. in. • Lv Stayton
A r « :00p|n
the crop.
4:10 p.m
the land above deacribed, before the
Kingston- Stayton- Salem
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I uunty ul Marlon i
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1, U. K Munk.r»,
Caabler o f Ibe aborr
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named bank, do »ul.mnljr »wear Ihal Iba above
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•la ie m .n l la irua lo iba b «»l of my kaow ladg.
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and belief.
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Department o f the Interior
O. K. Mi'Rxma. Cashier
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U. S. Land Office, Portland, Oregon, ❖
Hubaerlbad and »worn lo before me Ib i» 27th I
day of Nov., I»I7.
November 26th, 1917.
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Notice ia hereby giv e« that Anthony ♦
Notary Public.
Y. Myera, of Gate«. Oregon, who on fr
My Coinm lulnn capire» Dec. *7, l«zn
fr
October 8, 1912 made Homeatead Entry fr
Correct— A lia ti :
I.KK T A T *
No. 03649 for lot 1, SE* NE* and E* fr
On Guard at the Reading Gate
(I^utt week’s items)
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Scott and
family spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Orlo Humphreys.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Heater
and family motored to Silverton
Sunday.
Hugh Hurt haa been taking
care of Eld Tate’a farm while
thev were viaiting friends and
relatives in Hillsboro, Ore.
Misses Elsie King and Bertha
Mollett visited the Union Hill
school this week.
C O M IN G !
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H. A. BE AUCH AMP, M O .
Regiater and Receiver o f the United
States Land Office, at Portland, Ore­
gon, on the 17th day of January, 1918.
Claimant names aa witnesses. A. B.
Myera, A. G. Myera, A. Y. Myera and
| A. R. Myera, all of Gatea, Mnrion, Co,,
Oregon. Proof made under Act of June
6,1912.
n . C a m p b e l l .
4a.o
Legist, r.
FISH BRAND
S L IC K E R S
w ill keepi
you d ry as
nothing
else will
DEALERS
FISH BRAND
POM MEL.the
beet Saddle
Coot in the
world.
EVERYWHERE
A.J TOWED CC —
— BOSTON
Union Hill
Johnson spent Friday afternoon
at the Fox Valley school, where
the pupils recited a Thanksgiving
The Walluga Club met with program.
Mrs. Geo. Scott Thursday after­
Miss Alta Brown and Maxine
noon.
The time was spent in Berry will spend Thanksgiving
sewing for the hostess.
with home folks in Portland.
The Parent Teacher meeting
W. R. Surry and family re­
was well attended Friday even­ turned the first o f the week from
ing November 23rd. A Thanks­ a two weeks visit with relatives
giving program was given by in Washington and Idaho.
the school with several numbers
Ralph and Ruth Trask spent
from the young people. Later a
the last o f the week with Ralphs
lunch was very much enjoyed.
folks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rabens
The Misses Sarah and Anna
Dora and Elmer motored to Stay-
Kuiken came to Lyons Friday
ton Sunday spending the day
evening from Stayton to visit
with Elvin C. Carter and family.
over Sunday.
Mrs. C. C. Carter were enter­
Red Cross society will meet
tained at the home of Will Mol-
Friday o f this week instead o f
let Sunday.
Thanksgiving day. Everyone is
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lincoln invited to attend the meetings
spent the week end in Silverton and requested to help all they
visiting
with
relatives
and can
friends.
Stmt* of Ohio, city o f Toledo. I _
Lu cas County.
1
Miss Shinn is spending the
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ha la
first of the week in Salem going rcn'.or partner of the firm o f F. J . Cheney
A Co. dofn* business tn the City o f T o ­
from there to spend Thanksgiv­ ledo. Ceunty and State aforesaid, and
that arid Arm will pay the sum o f O N B
ing in Portland with her folks.
H U N D P .F D D O L L A R S fo r each and ev­
ery raxe c f Catarrh that cannot be cured
C A T AR R H CURE.
Geo. Scott and family and Nick sy the use o f H A F L R L ’S
A N K J. C H E N E T .
Gilmore and family spent Sun­ Sworn to before me and subscribed la
ir.y prcrerce, this 6th day o f December.
x d . im.
day with home folks.
(Seal)
Rock Point
Several were absent
from
school this week on account of
the Chicken Pox.
Henry Frank and family were
Salem visitors Thursday.
X
W . GLEASON,
N o tary Public.
H a ll’s Catarrh Cure la taken internally
and acta directly upon the blood and mu­
cous surfaces of the system. Send fo r
testimonials, free.
F. J. C H E N E T A CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Taka H all's Fasall* PUla tor i
WHAT’S THE REASOM
Many Stayton People in Poor Haaltlt
Without Knowing the Cans#.
J. J. Staiger and w ife were
Stayton callers Friday.
Albert Frank and L. O. Rey­
nolds and w ife were Salem callers
Thursday.
Joe Hendricks has a crew
working on the telephone line
this week.
E. C. Downing and mother and
T. B. Patton and w ife visited at
the Herbert Downing home near
Wendling, Lane county this week
E. C. reports the roads fine.
' The school is preparing for a
Christmass tree this year.
There are scores o f people who drag
out a miserable existence without real­
izing the cause of their suffering. Day
after day they are racked with head­
ache, and backache; suffer from ner­
vousness, dizziness, weakness, languor
and depression. Perhaps the kidneys
have fallen behind in their work o f
filtering the blood that may be the
root o f the trouble. Look to your kid-
neys- assist them in their work—give
them the help they need. You can use
no more highly recommended remedy
than Doan’ s Kidney Pills.
Below is grateful testimony from a
sufferer in this locality.
Mrs. M. M. Moench, 330 S. Main St.,
Albany, Ore., says:’ ’ I am only too gia.i
to tell any who are in need o f a good,
reliable medicine for backache and
kidney disorders about Doan’s Kidney
Pills. Whenever I have taken them
for that trouble. I have used Doan’s
John Maybee and wife, and Kidney Pills whenever necessary for
Clyde Maybee arrived Tuesday, the past ten years and I have found
on a visit from Idaho. Clyde them to do all that ia claimed for
will remain ad winter but the them.”
Fox Valley Gems
¡others expect to return about, Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't aim-
plv ask for a kidney remedy—get
December the first.
! Visit's K/u ry I ’ lls the «sine th »t
Menuai.itb. Jutiboo.
Quinn, j Mr. Moench uaea. Foster-Mitborn
. Prop»., 3v.ff.de. N . Y .
Law, John and Trask tr.d