The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, August 29, 1918, Image 5

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    H. A. BEAUCHAMP,M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OREGON
STAYTO N.
C. H. BREWL:'., K . 9 .
1'IIYSICIAN
AND
s u m ; KON
S t a y t o n , O regon
I ,\HM A M » CITY lAlANM.
If you hid pitying a high rate
of li.a-iest, why not i of unit your
l> nit at a lower rate uftd more
llb t.a l teriiia.
It la not good
liualm < h to pay a higher rata o f
1 1 teii*i*t than the market lie
i i ' a o i la'll good buHlneaa to
keep your aurpliia funda on time
depoalta at 3 unit 4 per cent per
annum when fi per rent ran readi­
ly he »m ir e d on flrat Kurrn M ort­
gages. If you have money to loan
or wlvh to refund or aecure a new
one, call or write S M. HELTZEL,
Htayton, Oregon.
son Polytechnic Sch(X)l and left
Saturday, Aug. 10 for C*mp
Taylor, Ky.
Eugene is
in
Prance, he wnu» things are
very interesting over Mure now,
but that the boys arc all well
taken care of.
With Ui.d re­
gards, I am yours, E. Small, 102
E. Polke St.
* S * £ t & \£5&U 18S&
“ A sb e sto s P ro te c te d T ir e s ”
iiu
PERFECTION
75.000 mil«* for Ford Car*
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6,000 mile* for other make*
C O S i A TRIFLE MORE THAN CHEAP TIRES
1;
2.
3.
Six plies o f the the strongest cotton fabric manufactured.
Protected with m complete outer ply of finely woven long
fibre Asbestos Fabric.
Of,en wrave A*l*e»P"< Breaker Strip forming a perfect
union between tread and rareeax.
Trt .d Rubber, thoroughly cured by high degree heat procea*
A* loot to* fabric lapp'.ng bead, preventing rim cerroaion
E. G. Titus, local agent for
4.
tin* Chevrolet car?, eays that he
6.
has plenty of cars on hand and
SESTAK & THOMAS
DENTIST
there are more coming, but just
Otficu Opp. Lancgflsld Shoe Store
I
how long he will pe able to get
Phon« 2152
Stavtun. Oru '
I them he is unrhle to say.
He
Franc«, July 27, 1918. 'advises all who are contemplat­
What your »on lack» he will ac­
Dear Folks:—
ing purchasidg cars to place
quire at college. Mt. Angel College.
Received your letter a few their order now.
He will be
Ht. Benedict. Ore.
A (Id ree« T. I.
LAWYER and NOTARY PUBLIC
day» ago and was very glad to pleased to demonrtrate theChev- (
hear from you. I am well and j rolet ft» any one at any time.
j
I Mit» Room No. 0, U«y lllilic.
feeling fine and hope this letter
E. C. Titus reports the sale o f:
FOR SA LE —6 weeks old pigs,
finds you the same.
the following cars the past E* T Ltzel, Rhone 1783.
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!S. H . H E L T Z K L
I suppose it is pretty lonesome week: D odge~o W. R. Surry, of
A Nurses’ Training Class will
a-'ound Stayton now for all the Lyons; Chevrolet, to J. McOor-isoon start at thn Salem Hospi-
Attornsy-at-Law — Notary Public
boys are gone to war.
I want nuck. West Stayton; used Ford tal.
to say this much. 1 have some to Harry Chrisman, Stayton; C.
Any young woman wishing to
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true friends in Stayton. I have H, R. car to Loyd Chrisman, preaare herself
as nurse in civil-
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receive!) a number of things Stayton and used Studebaker to lan or army life is requested to
- J . M. KINGO—
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from the Red Croce at Stayton J. E. Mcl’ herson, of Portland.
send application to Ghas. A.
and I want to thank them all ve­
John Thoma returned from a Park, Secretary. Salem. Oregon.
STAYTON
OREGON ry much.
I trip to the old home at Genesee,
We were in the country this
We ate having some very good
| Idaho,
Wednesday
evening. week and while the golden rod
weather now. It has never been
Joho reports a very pleasant trip is beautiful and the niggerhead
very hot, some ruin but not very
I and says lie saw some nice coun­ with its black center blowing in
VETERIN AR Y SURGEON
wet.
try while away.
He drove I the breeze is a picture to delight
D ENTAL EXPERT
Well, I 'guess I will have to down the Washington and Idaho to dweU upon, the thistles just
close for this time.
State Highway from Genesee to ready to spread their down over
Calls Answered Day or Night
As ever your true son,
Lewigton, 11 miles and says that the verdant fields, the busting
Phone-Res. 11X24
Luther.
the view of the Snake and Clear-1 milkweed rons with their fea­
I*. S. Oh yes, I was made a water rivers und the canyon was ther trimmed seeds delight the
OREGON
STAYTON
corporal a few’ days ago and some grand Scenery.
eye. And while ail this is true
thought I would mention it to
G<*o. Beedle and wife arrived we are not a little surprised that
you.
from Hillsboro, Wednesday and the farm owner along these
Corp. Luther S. Cole, M Co., will reside here in the future. ijoads will grow’ thistles, milk­
SESTAK &
MS Inf.. A. E. P.
Mr. Beedle is a member of the weeds. cogweeds and all kinds
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TH OM AS,
Somewhere in F rance. July 20. ’ 18 new firm that lately bought into of obnoxious weeds to go to se 1
My Deat Father and .Mother the Brown-Petzel saw mill here. and be scattered to the four
Proprietors.
and the rest of them at home:
A. L. Murphy and wife ac­ winds, w hen a fgw hours uoik
I hojR* this letter gets to you companied Ben Chamberlin as would save him days and days
safe and sound.
Well, I'm as far as Salem Sundav. Ben was of labor npxt season in plowing
well as when you saw me last, returning to Camp Lewis from them up.
when I was home you know. an over Sunday visit here.
Highest Market Price Paid For Fat Slock I pl.vy a game of hall once in a
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Davie
while and I am happy, ha. ha.
came up from Astoria Wednes­
I have not heard from you for a
day to attend the funeral of Mrs.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE JUNE 2. 1918
long time. # 1 hope you ere all
Davie's mother, Mrs. Paulina
Mill City-Salem Round Trip $3.00 well and getting along all right. Smith.
Mr. Davie has
been
How did you spent the 4th. of
working in th"» sound city for
July? Write and tell me all the
the telephone company for some
AUTO STAGE
Will have to close for to­
Will make regular trip* every day, news.
time.
Sundays included a* follow*:
night and go to bed.
HKÏ KM I’ll*6N K 1W»
Mr*. Paulina Smith died at the fami­
P M
Your son.
A. M.
ly home near Stayton, on Tuesday
6:.Ci L v .. Mill C it y ... .A r 7;0o
Luther.
6:30
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7:06
W. N. Pintier, D. M. D.
SOLEIER
5£«>S
STAYTO N, OREGON
LETTERS
V. A. GOODE
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Dr. Paul Fehlen
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
Fresh,Salt&Cured Meats
Lard, Creamery Butter
CLASSIFIED ADS.
HOP PICKERS W AN TE D 15
to 20 days picking 10 miles south
of Salem on Oregon Electric.
Picking to start about Sept. 1.
Good
accommodations,
clean
yard, free transportation to yard.
Apply to L>r. Paul Fehlen. Stay-
ton, Ore.
2t
FOR S A L E —Crawford can­
ning penches ready next week,
quality fancy, order immediately
crop very light. Address Louis
Lachmund, Salem, or phone H.
W . Bodwen. Farmers 29. F 3
Ranch 5 miles north of Salem.
Bring boxes.
FOR SA LE — Driving team, wt
about lluO, set double hack har­
ness, set single harness, carriage
hack, express wagon, single bug­
gy. Apply Hammans Barn.
Chas. Gehlen is buying ever
green blackberries.
7:00 a. m. Lv
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8:45 a.m.
4:10 p.nv
SUyton Ar 6:00 p.m. here ami am having a good time.
I would like to he back there
8:00 a.m. * ty Stavton I v
6:00 p . m . A r W M a y U > n
6 1 6 p . m . this year
for threshing,
but
there is no chance for it.
Say, Alva, is Edgar Watters
around there rny place now? If
he is, tell him to write to me as
I would like to know where he
is at.
Are you still on the place? If
so otay with it.
BLACKSMITH,
I am not in the army any
I
WAGON WORK
more. I am in the navy now
and like it better.
S
HORSESHOEING
Is Bill still at home? Tell hirp
to dsop a few lines if he is.
How is the old town of Stay-
.T
All Work Guaranteed
ton anyway? Tell all the boys I
said h-illo Jto them, for I will
never come back to that town
anyway.
I will close as I can not think
Church Notices
of any more to write.
As ever your pal,
Chas. R. Street
Pauillac, Gironde, France, Na-
Pastor W. J. Warren
i vAl Air Station, Sec. 2 C.
Hamman Auto Stage
W. A. CLADEK jj
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Salem, Oregon.
It
u , t Plication
12’ W * -
FOR T R A D E —Good standardi
SUMMONS.
bred mare to trade for goats. -
Inquire at the Mail Office.
tf. In the Circuit Court of the State o f
P R U N E S -A good price paid
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for well matured prunes deliver-: ant.
: ed at the dryer.
E. E. Bengs, ! T°
E Ro#s’ th'1 *bove
defendant: In the name of the State
Marrion, Ore.
34-35-36
o f Oregon you are hereby required to
appear
The Greatest Arrangement of Prussian-
ism and the Hohenzollerns ever made.
Screen Production that
GIVES THE WORLD A NEW THRILL
ia » a » )M k « « N k ii< (» 4 » » » » 4 < ia » )r *a 4 4 k k « *4 « j*» 4
Salem
JULIA BACH.
Executrix o f the Estate of
HOP PICKERS Wanted, best
Oregon for Marion County. Depart-
K A I S ER
4 Days
Notice
F o r particu- (>arey F. Martin, Attorney for Estate.
lars address T. A. Livesly & Co.,
First publication Aug. 16, 1918.
Extra
WITH THE
WMk
notice ok executrix .
of E. D. Philippi, Stayton. Ore- “ T s e u i e ^ n t ^
gon.
Sept. 22
Dated August 8th. 1918.
Methodist Church
News has just been received
by Mr. and Mrs. E. Small, of
Portland, that their son, Edgar
L. Small, of Santiago, Calif., has
enlisted as a tank driver in a
tank company from California
and will go at once to Gettys­
burg, Pa. for a snort time previ­
ous to going overseas.
Edgar
writes:
Dad. I am not coming back
until I drive my big tank down
Services 2nd 4th and 5th Sun­ the main streets of Ferlin.
En­
eas has just finished a two
days at 8:30 a. m.
months special term in the Ben-
Rev. Fr. Lainck. Pastor
f in a l
Room in the County Court House in
TO HELL
A
Notice is hereby given that the un-
tiertugned has been duly appointed Ad-
ministratorof the E.-tate o f James B.
Leigh, deceased, by order o f the Coun­
ty Conrt o f the State o f Oregon for
Marion County, made and entered o f
record on the 19th day o f July, 1918, and
has duly qualified as required by law.
All (arsons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified to pre­
sent the same with proper vouchers
and duly verified as by l»w required, at
the office o f V. A. Goode, Room 6. Roy
Building, Stayton, Marion County Ore­
gon, within six month» from the date
o f this Not.ce.
Dated August 1st, 1918.
Ephraim Shepherd, Administrator
o f the Estate o f James Leigh, De­
ceased.
First Publication August 1st.
Last Publication August 29.
W A N T E D —A few good stock Marion County, Oregon, as the time
ewes: also a few goats.
Inquire and place for the hearing o f objeo-
“BRICK FRONT SHOP”
Services at 11 a. m. and 8:00
p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.
Epworth
League 7;00 p. m.,
Prayer meeting every Wednes­
day evening at 8:00.
Meeting of the Sunday school
board second Monday of every
month at 7:30, followed by the
Official board meeting.
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE
To W hom It May C oncern:
jOl accomodations.
i Extra
Notice of Final Account
HOP PICKERS W AN TED -18 is hereby given that the undersigned.
to 20 davs picking. 4 miles north
Pe't'er“ “s. 2 Bach,
2T
of Albany. Picking to start a- i deceased, has this day filed in the
bout the 20 or 25th. of August. County Court for Marion County, Or­
egon, her final account in said estate
Good accomodations, clean yard. and that said court has fixed and
Apply to Dr. Paul Fehlen, Stay- appointed Monday, September 16th,
1918, at the hour o f 10 o ’clock A.M.
ton, Oregon.
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o f said day, at the County Court
6:20
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7:15
..S ta yton ............. 6:30
8:00
Pauillac Gironde, France,
H.10 ...... ..Sublunitv......... 5:2o
6:05
.. A u m sville___
•8:25
July 28. 1918.
4:50
8:45
.1 ornar
Mr. Alva Myers
9:15 Ar ..Salem .........Lv 1 20
Dear Friend.
•Meet* Train 6 2 northbound at Aums-
villc. Stage leave» op|K)»ite O. K. de­
I will try and drop you a few
pot in Salem.
lines to let you know where I
Morning »tage will connect with the
am at and that I have not for­
Kingston «tage at Stavton.
Stayton-West Stayton
Notice la hereby given that the un­
dersigned Adinmiitlratnr o f the Estate
o f Avery Window, deceased, haa filed
his finri account in aaid Fatal«, and
that the honorable County Court o f
Marion County, Oregon, hn» fixed and
appointed Monday,
September 9th,
191s at the hour o f 10:00 o'clock A. M.
on aaid day at the Court room in aaid
County and State aa the time and place
for the hearing o f any objectiona to
»uch final account and for the settle-
ment thereof. .
Dated thia 8th day o f Augu*t, 1918.
W. K. Winslow,
Adminintrator
S. H. Hetzel, Attorney for Estate,
Fir*t Pub. Aug. S 1918
last pub Sep. 5 1918
FOR SALE — Duroc Jersey hoga.
Doerfler Broa, SiIverton, Oregon. A.
Notice la hereby given that the un
N. Dnerfier, Manager.
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dersigned executor» o f the last Will
and Testamentjof 0 . W. (Jeer, deceased,
FOR SALE -To cloae an eatate the
Riester farm in Sublimity, containing have filed their their final » c ount in
»aid eatate, and that the honorable
^ ^ ' p ' n r u U r s ^ u ^ .0" Bernal County Court o f Marion County, Ore­
Geüher, Administrator. Stayton, Ore.
gon, has fixed and appointed Monday,
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September 9th. 1918, at the hour o f ten
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For Sale Team, wagon, p lo w o ’colock A. M. o f said day, at the
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and cultivator, 1 cow 3 y e a r s Courtroom in said County and State a«
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old. Apply to Mis. M. S. Bur- ; the Mme and place for the hearing o f
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any objectiona toauch filial account and
SOn'
for the settlement thereof.
Dated this 8th day o f A ugust; 1918.
I will buy evergreen blackber-
Ira VV. Geer,
ries again this year, delivered at
Guv M. Geer.
my place. Will pay top price,
Executors.
Pickers wanted,
S. H. Hetzel, attorney for Estate*
first pub. Aug. 8, 1918
30-2t
A. Smith
last pub. Sept. 5 1918.
Mill City-Stayton-Salem
morning, from paralysis.
She had
been in poor health fo r some time, but
her condition was not considered dan­
gerous.
Deceased was 70 years, 7 months
and 29 days old. She leaves 3 children
to mourn her loss, They are Mrs. A.
S. Davie, Mrs. W. H. Lake and Owen
Smith, all o f Stayton.
The funeral was held to-day, Thurs-
<C>.
from the home, wtth Rev. W ar­
gotten you.
ren officiating. Interment was in Lone
I am getting along fine over Oak cemetery.
Notice of Finai Account
4 Days
Starting Sunday, Sept. 1st
St. Marys Church
Jx i tak & T n o m a s
answer
the
complaint
: t „ «aid cause, and if you f a l l ’ to
answer or otherw ise appear In said
a
o * r r
u
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- ! caU8« the
will apply to the
F O R o A L c , Heavy team, Wt. ! court for the relief demanded in her
3200, 6 and 8 years old.
Matt com plaint on file herein, to-wtt:
A
no
o a . f decree dissolving the bonds o f matrl-
Mueller, btayton. K 2.
34tf. mony ncw eli9 tin g between you and
plaintiff and awarding to plaintiff
registered the future care and custody o f Theo­
i FOR
SALE -Five
dore Rose, the minor child of plain­
Shropshire Lambs,
yearlings. tiff and defendant, and granting to
Phone 2105, Stayton.
J. L. I lam ttff such further relief as may
seem meet with equity.
! Siegmund.
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This summons is served upon y o «
by publication thereof for six consee-
FOR SAÍ.S ône black horse. utive weeks in the Stayton Mail, a
11 years old, wt. 1400
Price newspaper o f general circulation,
Stayton,
$30. Joe Schulte. Phone 177. 35tf
«Ute o f
the first publication thereof being
Thursday August 21 1918. and the
date o f *bp last publication thereof
W * offer One Hundred D e lia » R ew ard
being Thursday. October 3. 1918. an«
fo r any ca*« o f Catarrh that cannot bo
vou shall answer on or before Friday.
cured by H a ifa Catarrh Medicine.
Hall » Catarrh Modlcine haa boon takon
October 4. 1918. all according to the
b y catarrh eulferera fo r the paat thirty- | order o f the Honorable Wm
;M.
,i ' five yoara. and haa becom e known aa the Bushev, County Judge o f Marlon
>* most reliable remedy fo r Catarrh. H all’ a
County. Oregon, entered and dated
if j Catarrh Medicine acta thru the Blood « »
; the Mucous su-faces. expelling the Pol-
August 13. 1«1* In the absence o f
eon from the Blood and healing the dla-
the Judge of the aboye entitled court.
’« eased portions.
— i n * O Mvrfin
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A fter you hay# taken H all’ » Catarrh
_ C*rey y. Mn-tln.
a Medicine for a »hort time you will see a
great Improvement In your general
)* * o r n » n for P’ -In tlff.
health Start taking H a ifa Catarrh Medl-
-a a -e -* "
4 13 Mnaonle
cine at once and get rid o f catarrh. Send
T —
Oregon.
fo r t»»ttmontala. free
♦ «,,).IU«IU(| I » » *» 1978,
r J. C H B N E T * CO.. Toledo. Ohio.
Bold b y all Druggtata. He.
Last publication Sept 26. 1918.
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FOUND— ladies hat on road filed againat you in the above en­
titled cause and court on or before
near the red mill. Owner can | October 4, 1918. being one day piore
« have same by proving property than six consecutive weeks alter
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and paving for this notice.
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publication o f summons against you
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Stm yton.
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