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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1918)
joyable time at their party at They have been doing some hard Notici of Sale of Real Property
the Domestic Science rooms last practicing and a good game is
promised. See it!
In the County Court of the State In the Circuit Court of the State of
for the County'of Marion: In Oregon for the County of Marion.
Anna Koidt entered high school This is .est week in the grades of the Oregon
of the Estate of Avery Department No. 2
from the Queener district.
Becker, Plaintiff, va
Delbert Murphy has quit school taioed her mother last Friday Notice is hereby given That the un Thoa.
Geo, W. Morley, and Louise Morley,
as he has a sufficient number of evening. The following were dersigned Administrator of the Estate hia wife; Gerome Morley, unmarried:
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
A very Winslow, deceased, by virtue Nettie Hicks, and Philip Hicka, her
credits to finish at the end of the present; Misses Poley, Miller, of of an
ord«r duly issued out of the Coun
Joshua M. Morley, and Ber
Mclnturff. Crabtree and the Mes- ty Court of the State of Oregon for the hosband;
The commercial department is darr.es I au , Pratt. Ford, Davis, County of Marion on the 15th day of and John P. his W wife;
a mock, her husband;
January, 1918, will sell at private sale Alice Jack, and W. S. Jack, her hus
still crowded as there are thirty Thomas and Richardson.
on the 9lh day of March, 1918, or aa band; Chas. Morley, and Kate Morley,
students registered in Account
thereafter as a purchaser mav be his wife; Effte Hicks, widow; Rose
ing and thirty-one in Stenogra Some time ago the primary pu soon
following described real pro Whitlock, and Howard G. Whitlock,
phy besides other special sub pils raised money for the pur perty, the
her husband; Ella McCleary, and Den
chase of the Allied Flags, which Beginning at in a point
Office Opt). I.iiticfllt'lil Shoo Store
in the center of nis McCleary, her husband; John L.
LOCAL AGENT FOR THE
have arrived. To celebrate this the Aumsville-Stayton County road, 20 Morley, »nd Harriet M. Morley,fhia
After a well rendered program the
are going to give a chains South of the Northwest corner of I wife; Roy Morley, and Gertrude Mor-
Mutual Life Insurance Co. by the A. C. Literary Society good children
in the near future. the D. L. C. of Alien J. Davie, in [ ley, hia wife; Rachel Hobart, widow;
both the societies adjourned to
Township 8 South, Range 1 West of Ivy B. Mitchell, and Thomas E. Mitch
V. A. GOUDE
OF NEW YORK
Willamette Meridian in Marion County, ell, her husband; M. J. Barkhurst,
LAWYER .nd NOTARY PUBLIC The Farmers* Fire
Oregon; running thence South 34.36 widower; Dorothy Barkhurst, a minor;
officers were elected for the com NEW YO R K ’ S DIRECTORY. chains;
thence West 6.28 chains; thence 1 Donald Barkharst, a minor; Marvin
Office Room No. 6, Roy Bldg.
Relief Association ing semester. Apollo: Will Ryan
chains to the center of said Barkhurst, a minor; J. S. Steinberger,
Pres.; Edwin Keech, Vice-Pres.;
South (65° 30’ E.) 6.90 and Ida Steinberger, his wife; the un
OF BUTTEVILLE, ORE
Ruth Roy, Sec-Treas.; Edmund The first Loose New Upon York tha city
chains to the place of beginning and known heirs of Miles Winchester, and
N. H . H R L T Z K L
Klecker, Sergeant at Arms; Sel whs printed In 1750 and w as n scanty containing 22 J-2 acres of land more or Cetherine Winchester, hia wife, both
Atlorney-al-Law-Notary Tubile STAYTON
w ith the “ Van” descendants of less. Save and except therefrom 7 1-2 deceased; also all other persona or par
OREGON ma S.chuff and John Sushauer, affair,
settlers of New A m sterdam acres off the East side of said tract the ties unknown, claiming any right title,
program committee. A. C.: tak.nji up pretty
Rooms 1 and 2 over
nearly all the space.
) estate, lein, or interest in the real es
Stayton State Bank
I Freda Allis, Pres.; Wallace T he first attem pt t<> com pile name« entire W. length
K. WINSLOW, Administrator. tate described in the complaint herein.
Smith, Vice-Pres.: Melvin Nip of New Y orkers by business or trade S. H. HELTZEL
w as m ade In 1805, when a classified Attorney for Estate.
S c h o o l N o te s
ple. Sec-Treas.; Joe Spaniol, lUt
To the unknown heirs at law of Miles
was ap|>eiided to the directory. At
Sergeant at Arms;Cacilia Mielk's the t..p o f each classification the pub
Winchester, and Catharine Winchester,
and also all other persons or
Wallace Smith and Harry Sco lishers Inserted the work of a |>oet NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEM ENT deceased;
Idist Friday night witnessed a field
oarties unknown, claiming |any right,
w!r ,-n* lyre w as turned to eommeive.
very well matched Basket hall program committee serves only Tills, for instance. Is th e bard's Notice is hereby given that the un title, estate, hen or intereat in the real
thoughts on hairdressers:
; estate described in the complaint here-
game when the Sophomore class once,
pales, your hair we’ll crop dersigned has filed in the County Court ! in, defendants above named.
however, and a new one is Ye And i ,*K.-d
challenged the remainder of the appointed.
of Marion County, Oregon, his final ac In the name of the State of Oregon,
dress It vastly pretty.
Or If your bljeka arc bare walk In,
high school. The score was 27
count as administrator of the estate of j You and each of you are hereby re
1 warrant we tan fit ye.
G. F. KORINEK, V. S , B. V. Sc to 29 against the Sophomore
W. H. Rambo, late of said county, de
The high school gave $3.50, With
bu g or queue or long pis tall
to appear and answer the eom-
brushed w l; or grizzled -
ceased, and that ssid court has fixed ; quired
and the grades $2.52 to the Y. j I Or wits
filed against you in the above
pointed < iff th a t the i«>et evi Monday, the 4th day of March 1918 at
Court and cause within six
ten o’clock in the forenoon, as the time weeks from
Treats all domestic .animals, also
date of the first publi
applies the Tuberrulin teat.
progressing rapidly and the reci-, The Basket Ball game next es be w as called upon to sing ats>ut un for the hearing of objections to said cation of this the Summons,
to-wit: On or
final account and the settlement there before the 21st day of March,
O ffic e a l S la y lo a Stable»
FRANK P. BALTIMORE,
which w as published w ithout verse, of.
Administrator. of, the plaintiff will apply to the there
STAYTON . . . . OREOOr Sam Warren, which proved very and as Stayton was beaten at leading to tile belief th a t th e strain of Hewitt & Sox
singing of food had been too m uch for ; Attorneys for Administrator 5t5 for the relief prayed for in the com
interesting to all the class.
Woodburn the boys are going to the hard.—New York Times.
plaint herein, viz.
Subscribe for the Mail.
The Freshmen had a very en try to retrieve their loss here. |
(1) That you be required to set forth
H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M.D.
FARM ANl> CITY LOANS
If you are pitying a high rate of m-
Physician and Surgeon
tereat, why not refund your loan at
rate and more liboral terma.
- OREGON a It lower
ia not good busineaa to pay a
higher rate of Intereat than the
market demand#, nor is it good bust-
ness to keep your surplus funds on
time deposits at 8 to 4 perct. per an
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON num when 6 per rent can readily lie
secured on first Farm Mortagea. If
S ta y to n . O regon
you have money to loan or wish to
refund nr secure a new one, call or
Wilbur N. Pintlcr, D .M .D . Oregon. 8, II. HILTZCL, Iteytea^
TINW ORK and
the nature and extent of your claim or
claims in, on, or to the following de
scribed real property’ to-wit:
Commencing at the Southwest corner
of the Miles Winchester D. L. C. in
Section 13, Township 8 South, Range 1
East of the Willamette Meridian in
Marioa County, Oregon; running thence
East 80 rods and 6 feet along the south
boundary line of said claim; thence
North 16u rods to the north boundary
line of said claim; thence West 80 rods
and 6 feet along the north boundary
line of said claim to the northwest cor
ner of said D. L. C.; thence South 160
rods along the west boundary line of
said claim to the place of beginning,
and containing 80.60 acres of land, more
(2) That all adverse claims which
you or either of you may have, be de
terminer) by a decree of said Court; and
that by said decree it be declared and
adjudged that you have no right, title,
estate, lien or interest whatsoever, in
law or in equity, in, on, or to said real
property, or any part thereof, and that
the title of plaintiff to said premises is
a good and valid title in fee simple.
(3) That you be forever enjoined and
debarred from asserting any claim,
right, title, estate, lien or interest
whatsoever, in, on, or to said real pro
perty, or any part thereof adversely to
plaintiff, and that plaintiff may have
judgment against said defendants, or
such of said defendants as shall appear
herein, for his costs and disbursements
incurred in this suit, and for such other
and further relief as may seem just
This Summons is served upon you by
publication thereof in the Stayton Mail,
a newspaper published weekly in Mar
ion County, Oregon, by order of Hon.
Geo. G. Bingham. Judge of the Gircuit
Court of the State of Oregon, for the
Third Judicial District, dated on the
1st day of February, 1918. The first
publication to be on the 7th day of Feb
ruary, 1918, and you are required to
appear and answer said complaint on or
before the 21st day of March, 1918.
S. H. HELTZEL,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Bath Tubs, lavatories and
all Sanitary fittinRB—Farm
ers--We carry a line of
pumps, leader water sys
tems, etc. Gasoline engines.
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
Fresh, Salt & Cured Meats
Lard & Creamery Butter.
Highest Market Price Paid For Fat Stock
If in the Market
Chevrolet or Buick
Four or Six
Phone or Call on
0. M. Baker, Agent
CHANGE O F SCHEDULE AUG. 1 7
Kingston- Stayton- Salem
Will make regular trips every day.
Sundays included aa follows:
HAI.KM I IIO N K 1*96
7:40 ; L v.... Kingston.... Ari 5:30
7:50 ...........Stayton,........... 5:00
8:00 ...........Sub! ratty'.......... 4:50
8:20 .......... Aumavilfe........ 4:30
8:40 ...........Turner.............. 4:15
0:15 ;A r.,..Salem .......... Lv 3:45
•Meeta Train 62northbound at •Aums-
ville. Stage leave# op|N>site O. K. de
pot in Salem.
4 Î op :£ ! l *
6 OH) p.m.
*u >u>n Ar ¡8:12
Lv ¡5:16 a.m.
Hamman Auto Stage
| FIRE! |
\ | Think of the price of grain ! I
and hay. Ia it insured
against Fire? If not in-
sure for four or six months ! I
THE COST IS SMALL
II J. W. MAYO j
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It’s a chance to get that much needed suit at a bargain price with an extra pair of pants thrown
in for good measure. These suits are made to your order from the best of woolens. The prices
are the same as a year ago. Come in and select the goods—we’ll do the rest.
This s ore can and will sell you a suit for less money, quality considered, than any other store
in this part of Oregon. We’ve got the goods—hundreds of patterns. We get them at the right
price. Our overhead expenses and operating expenses are smaller than any other store and we
are willing to take smaller profits. We depend on volume of business—a policy we adopted when
we commenced business in Salem over five years ago. That’s whv our business is growing every
lay. That’s why our first customers are still our customers.
Today we are making you an exceptional offer. A fine, well fitting, perfectly made suit—
made to your exact irieasure from material selected by you—at the old price—with an EXTRA
PAIR OF PANTS FREE.
Order your Spring Suit Now. It will save you money.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned by an order of the County
Court of the State of Oregon for the
County of Marion, duly made and en
tered of record on the 3rd day of Janu
ary, 1918, were appointed joint execu
tors of the last Will and Testament of
C. W. Geer, deceased, and that they
have duly qualified as such: All per.
sons having claims against said estate
are hereby notified to present the same
duly verified, as required by law, to
them at the office of S. H. Heltzel, in
Stayton, Marion County, Oregon, with
in six months from the date of this no
Dated this 10th day of January, 1918.
GUY M. GEER
S. H, HELTZEL Joint Executors.
Attorney for Estate.
SCOTCH WOOLEN MILLS STORE
- J . M. RINCO—
426 State Street
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