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About The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 19, 1918)
H. A. BEAUCHAMP, MD.
Physician and Surgèon
STA YTO N .
C. H. BREWER, M. L .
a m i »
P H Y S IC IA N
S t a y t o n , O regon
W. N. Pintler, D. M. D.
you are paying n high rata
of tnleruai, why not refund your
loan hi a lower rut«* and inora
It la not good
I) until ran to pay a higher rate of
Infereal than the market de
ntal.ds, nor la It good hualiieNN to
keep your aurplua fund» on time
deposits at 8 and 4 per cent per
annum when I! per cent can readi
ly he »«•< urad on first Farm Mort
gage» If you have money to loan
or w!»h to refund or aecure a new
one, call or write g. H. HKLTZEL,
Office <»pp. Luiu'elteld Shoe Store
Kr» 1010 L«»lie
NOTH Tv OF MAHMHAI/H HALM.
C. E. Brown ami throe Bona
returned from a ten days’ nutinR
at Newport, the first of the
week. They report lots of Rood
fishitiK, and a must pleasant
truck went Ihrovjfh the Santiam
Kiver bridge Tuesday morning
with a load of lumber.
c iunty had a crew of men here
at once and the work of repair
ing was done wit dispatch.
bridtfe is pasasble now.
“ A sb estos
75.000 rad«» for Ford Car»
T ir e s ”
c o s t ' A TRIFLE MORE THAN CHEAP TIRES
Six plica of the the »trongent cotton fabric manufactured.
Protected with a complete outer ply of finely woven long
fibre Asbestos Fabric.
Open weave A»bt *V>* Bri-aker Strip forming a perfect
union between tread and carcai».
Trend Rubber, thoroughly cured by high degree he*t process
A»l>e»to» fabric Ispp'.ng head, preventing rim eerroeion
SESTAK & THOMAS
STATIO N, OREGON
Public Notice Is hereby given that,
by virtue of a Writ of Executioa
dated August 22nd. 1918. A. D., la-
sued out of the District Court of the
United State* for the District of Ore
gon, on a judgment rendered In *aid
Court, on the 24th day of January,
1918, A. D., In favor of Edd Young,
and against G. D. Trotter, I did, on
the 29tb day of August. 1918, A. D.,
levy upon the following described
real estate situated In the town of
Stayton, County of Marlon and State
of Oregon, to-wit:
The Noith half of Lota No. 5 and
6 In Block 5, in the town of Stayton,
Marion County, Oregon.
And that f will, accordingly, offer
and sell all the right, title and inter
est of said G. D. Trotter In and to
raid described real estate for sale at
public auction to the highest and beat
bidder for cash on Friday thé 11th
dhy of October. 1918, at 10 o'clock
A. M. at the front door of the County
Court House o f Marion County, at
—Geo. F. Alexander,
United States Marshal, District
By John D. Mann. Chief Deputy,
firstjiu b llcetlon : Sept. 12th. 1918.
Last publication: Oct. 10th, 1918.
— Smith * Shields.
Atiy* for Kdd Young.
The pungent smell of pine and
worked in Miss Dalton’s previ
the freshness of the gxeat out-
relea es. Star
of-doors. together with a whole
Sunday night, Sept. 22.
LAWYER and NOTARY PUBLIC
FOR SALE—To close an estate the
Hirster farm in Sublimity, containing
Ollier Room No. tt, Koy lililg.
70 acres, must be -old at once. For!
t ie production soon to be shown
further particulars inquire, Bernatd
at the Star Tht at re, one of the
1 Gesher, Administrator. Stayton, Ore.
445 Court Street
IS. I I . II K L T / . K L
breeziest, most enjoyable of the
For Sale Team, wagon, plow
The star, George Be-
Attorn«y-*t-Ltw Notary Public
and cultivator, 1 cow 3 years
ban, will be remembered for his
old. Apply to Mrs- M. S. Bur- FINAL. NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX.
remarkable characterizations in
C o p y r ig h t registered. 1913
such Paramount photoplays as
To whom It may concern: Notice
Is hereby given that the undersigned,
“ Iyost in Transit,” "H is Sweet
- J . M. KINCJO-
W A N T E D —A few good stock executrix of the last Will and Testa
heart,” "A n Alien” and many
ment and Estate of Paul F. Minxen-
ewes; also a few goats.
Inquire meier, deceased, has this day filed
c^arKe f ° r examination, and others. Mr, Boban is supported
¡of E. D. Philippi. Stayton, Ore her final account in said estate and
by an excellent cast, including
estimâtes willingly Riven.
that the Honorable County Court of
Expert: “ One who has spe
Helen Eddy, Charles Ogle, Kay-
Marion County, Oregon, has fixed
cial »kill, experience or knowl
One of the best equipped offices rnond Hatton, Guy Oliver, Er
and appointed Monday, October 7th.
1918. at the hour of 10 o ’clock a. m.
in the valley
FOR T R A D E —Good standard | of said day at the County Court
Every Willard expert must
nest Joy, H. B. Carpenter and
have all three when it come* to
414 Bank of Commerce Bldjf.
VETERIN ARY SURGEON
bred mare to trade for goats. Room in the County Court House in
said County and State as the time
Inquire at the Mail Office.
tf. and place for the hearing of any ob
by Donald Crisp is worthy of
Our experience immediately
Phone Main 606 Salem. O r e g o n
jections to said final account and for
tell* us where your battery trou
mention, as well as the fact that
(dills Answered Day or Nijfht
bles lie; our knowledge tells you
FOR S A L E —Heavy team, wt. the settlement thereof.
the baby who plays a prominent
Dated this 31st day of August,
what need* to be done; and our
3200, 6 and 8 years old. Matt 1918.
»kill insures a workmanlike job.
part is no other than the small
— Marguerite Minzenmeler,
Mueller, Stayton, R2.
daughter of scenario-writer Har
We're at your service.
Executrix ot the Estate of Paul
E. Minzenmeler, deceased.
We want to teli you about
Somew here in France, vey Thew. Star Theatre, Sat
Threaded Rubber, too, and give
— Carey P Martin.
S A L E - Five registered!
August 10, 1D18.
you a copy of the booklet, “ A
Attorney for .plaintiff.
Shropshire Lambs, yearlings.
Mark with a Meaning for You.”
Dear PafHt: —
Phone 2105, Stayton.
Received yours of June 25th a
FINAL NOTICK OF EXECUTRIX.
few days airo and very «lad to
hear that you are still improv
Service in the Methodist Epis
To Whom It May Concern: Notice
2-ton baled hay and
FOR SA LE — One black horse. is hereby given that the undersigned,
You should put in as copal Church on Sunday morn 2-ton of baled straw.
11 years old, wt. 140*).
Price e- »cutrix of the last Will and Testa
much time as possible at the ing as usual; also league meet
ment and Estate of Peter S. Bach,
$30. Joe Schulte, Phone 177. 35tf deceased, has this day filed in tjje
springs, as they will do more ing at 7 p. m. Then? will be no
County Court fer Marion County, Or
»food than all
doctors. evening service, as we are hav
H<-port of the condition of The Farm
FOR S A L E —6 weeks old pigs. egon, her final account In said estate
Wouid like to be there with you ing a united service in the Bap
and that said court has fixed and
ers & Merchant* Bank of Stayton.
appointed Monday. September 16th,
Stayton, Marion Co., in the State P. J. Etzel, Phone 1783.
for u while, but no chance this tist churce at 8 p. m.
1918, at the hour of 10 o'clock A.M.
of Oregon, at the close of business
Highest Market Price Paid For Fal Stock summer. May be next summer
of said day, at the County Court
August 31st, 1918.
we can take a trip. I hope so. Lyons Junior Red
All persons that are through Room in the Coun'y Court House in
Marion County. Oregon, as the time
We are camping out row, but
Cross Report Overdrafts, secured and
picking Evergreen Blackberries i and place for the hearing of objec
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE JUNE 2 . 1 9 1 8 not much of a pleasure trip.
175.19 and have empty crates, are re tions to such final account and for
8.725.92 quested to return them to A. the settlement thereof.
Bonds and warrants. . . .
Mill City-Salem Round Tup $3.00 Have been moving around quite
Dated August 8th. 1918.
The following is a report of Bunking house ................
often lately and am
the Lyons Junior Red Cross, Furniture and fixture*. .
Executrix of the Estate of
France. Harvest is nearly over
Due from approved re-
which has made the following
Peter S. Bach, Deceased.
serve banks ...............
Will make regular trip» every day. here and think that they had articles since the 9th of May and Checks and other cash
FOR SA L E —11 six weeks old Carey F Martin. Attorney for Estate.
Sunday* included us follow»:
First publication Aug. 16. 1918.
pretty Rood crops.
In places 1
i t e m s ............................
C. C. Carter, Phone 67
»A I.K M PHONIC 1 * 01 ,
up to the 1st of September. 1918:
Last publication Sept. 12, 1918.
Cash on hand ...............
saw somi of the best wheat I
Sixty-five gun wipes, 7 quilts, Expenses ........................
137.84 Sublimity, Ore.
6:35 Lv . Mill City
have ever seen.
But some of
25 fracture pillows, 19 napkins, Other r e s o u rc e s .............
14 handkerchiefs, 19 tray cov
Total .......................... $210,233.63
FOR SALE— Studebaker 1912 j
and swampy and looks like it is
ers, 2 wash cloths, 2 pair wrist
tfood for nothing.
..Aumsville ___: 5:05
25.000.00 Model car for sale cheap. V. B.
lets, 1 sweater and 1 pais socks. Capital stock paid In . . . $ 1.700.00 Darby, Kingston, Oregon. 34-41 In the Circuit Court of the S’ ate of
..Turner___ . . . . 4:50
Surplus f u n d ................
crops turn out jrond there and
Oregon for Marion County. Depart
. Salem....... .LV 1:2o
The officers of the Junior Individual deposits sub-
ment No. 2.
Walter E- Ross,
that there is plenty of help.
•Meet* Train 62 north bound at Aums-
Leagu are: Miss Winifred Har
plaintift, v3. May E. Ross, defend
ville. Stage leave* opposite O. E. de
FOR RENT— A modern house,
dison, Pres.; Miss Selma Fox.
pot in Salem.
To May E. Ross, the above named
men do the work here and they
Some stove defendant: In the name of the State
Secy.; Mr. Jess Fox. Treas.; and
Morning stage will connect with the
put in very long hours at that.
King»ton *lage at Stay ton.
Within two blocks of the j of Oregon you are hereby required to
Mrs. Emma Morris, Overseer.
I Once in a while you see a
appear and answer the complaint
High School. Apply to tiled against you in the above en
S t a y to n -W e s t Stayton
French soldier helping them, but
Rev. Carlos of Canby
W. B. Munkers, Phone 2x6. titled cause and court on or before
I. J. W. Mayo, Cashier of the above
not as a rule.
‘ III. ■
S ta v to n
October 4, 1918, being one day more
Speaks at M. E. Church
4:10 p.m. . v SUyton A 6:00 p.m.
than six consecutive weeks after
Got a card from Hugh, who
August 22. 1918. the date of the first
p.m. A *_vv
rW . SUyton
p m< ' said he was trying for a com
best of mv knowledge and belief.
publication of summons against you
J. W. MAYO. Cashier.
STUMP PULLER W A N T E D - | in said cause, and if you fail to
mission. I hope he gets it, for I
On account of the absence of
Subscribed and sworn to before
Price must be right.
No. 3 answer or otherwise appear in said
think he would make a good of- Dr. Ford, our District S u p e r i me this 17th da* of Sept.. 1918.
cause the plaintiff will apply to the
V. H. HELTZEL.
full e- court for the relief demanded in her
licer. I would like to be under ntendent, because of sickness,
him anyway, and as far as C. E. Dr. Carlos, of Canby. conducted My commission expires 12-27. 1920. quipment Address Scio. Ore., complaint on file herein, to-wit: A
decree dissolving the bonds of matri
Correst— Attest :
Route 2, Box 52.
work tfoes he is as Rood as any the Fourth Quarterly conference
mony now existing between you and
A. D. GARDNER
plaintiff and awarding to plaintiff
of them and bettor than a whole in the Methodist Church on Sun
:• W . A . CLADEK
the future care and custody of Theo
J. T. HUNT.
lot. You can’ t tell by looking at day last at 7:30 p. m.
dore Ross, the minor child of plain
tiff and defendant, and granting to
a man what he will be like un
Because of the high cost of
1 lam tiff such further relief as may
£ d e r fire, and it don’ t take lorif? living it was decided at the con
seem meet with equity.
R K P'iR T OF THE CONDITION <>F THE
This summons is served upon you
J to find out. I was sure surpris ference to increase the salary of
This Is the Case with Many Stay- by publication thereof for six consec
the Pastor in the coming con
HORSESHOEING i ed in a few.
utive weeks in the Stayton Mail, a
I don’ t think the government vention year, beginning in Octo at S tayton, in »he State of Oregon, at th
newspaper of general circulation,
printed and published at Stayton,
clone o f buPinesa. A u g. 31. 1918.
sends out insurance policies, just ber.
K S or RCFS
Too many Stayton citizens are handi Marion County, Oregon, the date of
the first publication thereof being
All Work Guaranteed
£ a card saying that the insurance The present Pastor, W . J. Loan* ami d iscou R n t*..........................
capped with bad backs. The unceasing Thursday, ytueust 22 1918. and the
M0 49 ;
has lieen taken out. so think you Warren, received a unanimous Overdraft», secured and unsecured.
37,249 VS ' pain cause* constant misery, making date of the last publication thereof
have all you will «ot from the n. inqitation to remain a second Bonds and W arrants..........................
*2j02H 91 work n burden ar.d stooping or lifting being Thursday. October 3. 1918. and
Stocks, securities, judgm ents, etc.
| “ BRICK FRONT SHOP”
5.900 00 * an impossibility.
Sure wish I had some of the year.
Banking hou se.....................................
The back ache* at j you shall answer on or before Friday,
¿.000 (X) j night, preventing refreshing rest and October 4. 1918. all according to the
Furniture and fixtures......................
cherries, as we f?et very little
order of the Honorable Wm. M.
Other real estate o w n e d ....................
Produced under the personal Due from approved reserve b a n k s.. 38,771 10 in the morning is stiff and lame. Plas Bushev, County Judge of Marlon
fruit of any kind.
51 7« ters and liniments may give relief but County. Oregon, entered and dated
Hay fever has not bothered supervision of Thomas H. Ince, Check* and other cash item s..........
cannot reach the cause if the kidnevs August 13. 1918 in the absence of
Cash on h a n d .......................................
1 me any this summer, but I "Love Letters.” which is the E xpenses................................................
8,8» 47 are weak. To eliminate the pains and the Judge of the above entitled court.
— Ivan G Martin,
90S Jl aches of kidney backache you must cure
T otal .
M e t h o d i s t C h u r c h wouldn’ t want to live here at Paramount Dorothy Dalton pic
— Carey F. Martin.
ture appearing at the Star Thea
the kidn. ys.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Pastor W. J. Warren
Doan's Kidney Pills are for disordir-
Will close for now, hoping tre on Sunday is the story of the ('apiti»! stock palli il»............................. ? J'.POP 00
Temnle Building. Salem Oregon.
ML'» 79 e ! kidr.e. s.
this finds you all well. As ever, struggle of a young wife to keep Cndividod p rofila,................................
First noblirntion Aug. 22. 1918.
The following statement should con
Services at l l a. m. and 8:00
in d ividu ai deposita subject toch eck lts.iP* 00
her husband’s confidence.
Last publication Sept 26. 1918.
chteka o u U t s iu iin * ............
ISA 5” vince every Stayton reader of their ef-
p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.
i Co. A, 2nd U. S. Engrs., A. E. F. few old letters, written during Time and Savinga Deposita............... 03 211 03 fiency.
Leaprue 7:00 p. tn.,
her girlhood days, are used by Other I labi In te*....................................
Capt. C. 11. Rarrett, retired building
Prayer meeting every Wednes-
contractor, 253 Third St., Lebanon,
Raymond Moreland, the "v il
day evening at 8:00.
Ore., says: " I had weak kidneys » nd 1 We o ffe r On > H u ndred Dollars R e w a rd
lain,” to blackmail her, and her ■Jtate o f O fir o n
for a n y ca ee o f C atarrh that cannot be
w’as bothered a great deal with lame c u r e d b y H a ll's C atarrh Medicine.
Meeting of the Sunday school
attempts to regain them lead C ou nty o f M arion \
H a lt's C atarrh M edicine h a s been taken
I, s ta ti« jr A. Ftarr, O n h lr r of thè abnve back. It w h s hard for me to straighten
board second Monday of every
her into all sorts of difficult sit named B a n k ,d o • o l'm n ’.v swear that tIte «»»ove and my back ached almost all the time, b y c a ta r rh su fferers fo r the p a s t thirty-
fiv e years, and h a s becom e known aa the
month at 7:30, followed by the
uations, including being accused statem ent ls trne to th<- beat o f my hnow lodge I finally used Doan's Kidney Pills and m ost T e lla b le re m e d y fo r Catarrh. Hall's
and »>♦ llef.
C a ta rrh Me li i r - a c ts thru the Blood o n
Official board meeting.
I never had anything to do me so much the M ucous s o r fa c -a , expelling th * Pol-
of Moreland’s murder, with her
B t a n if y A .S t a r r , Cashier
fr o m the l.lo o J and healing the die-
own husband as rhe prosecuting I BuhstMhed and aworn to bei ore me thia 171 ti good. My kidney» were regul ted and aon
I day of Kepi. 1918.
my back was fixed up ail right.”
e r y o u h a r e ta’ ’ n Hall’s C a t* -r h
attorney. The story, an excep
J. W. MAY (>,
S t. M a r y s C h u r c h
Price tkV, at all dealers. Don’ t sim M edicin e for a sh o rt tim e y o u w ill a g _ a
Notary P ublic.
provem en t
In your general
tionally clever one. was written
ply aftk for a kidney remedy—get health. Im
My C om m isaion ex pi res Nov. J, 1920*
Start ta k in g Hall's Catarrh M edi
by Shannon Fife. Several mem Correct— Attesti
Doan's Kidney Pills the same thst | cin e at o n c e an d get rid of catarrh. Send
Services 2nd 4t.h and nth Sun
J. P. DITTER
Capt Barret had.
bers of the cast, notably William
F J. CHENKY * CO.. Toledo, Ohio*
IO * srSBAlTF.R
days at 8:30 a. m.
by all Di oggtata. 75c.
Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo. N. Y.
Conklin and Thurston Hall, have
I>| ree tori
Rev. Fr. Lainck. Pastor
ARTHUR J. MOORE
V. A. GOODE
| )r U T T K R
What’s a Battery
Dr. Paul Fehlen
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
Lard» Creamery Butter
Mill City-Stay ton- Salem
Hamman Auto Stage