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• S ie S T A Y T Q N M A I L
Notice to Creditors
In the County Court for Marion County,
In the mutter of the estate of Joseph
Chas. S. C lark, E d itor an d P r o p r ie to r
William Steinkamp, deceased.
Nbtiee ia hereby given that the under
signed has by an order o f the County
eourt o f Marion County, Oregon, been
Advertising Kates Made Known Upon Application
appointed administrator o f th e e strte l
Foreign Advertising Represented bv Tbe American Press Association __ | o f Joseph William Steinkamp, deeeaa-
Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Stay tor., Marion <*i. All persons having claim» against
said estate are rtajuired to present them
County, Ore iron, under the Act of Congress of'March 3. 1879.
within six months from the date o f thia
Address all Communications to The Stavton Mail
notice, with the pro|«r voucher», to
the undersigned at Amu*' itie-, Oregon,
dated tin» lr.th dav o f July, 1919.
P 0 I .K IS O U R H A f:
Ileliry Steinkamp, Administrator,-
ACRO SS THE SEA
\V. C. Winsloiv, Attorney for the «vitate.
The following story, taken
July 17, Aug. 14.
Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year in Advance
A HOT CAKE STORY
Change of Schedule, Effective
* June 15, 1919
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from the Memphis Democrat w
should make some of the mouths
cTVffcn’s and W o m e n s ’
t Met* Nunhltouml Train
of the lovers of hot cakes water
Ht it ino Thir T inivm <¿oot>
Kt »IC Till HT Y l»AYH
when they think of the times
In the County Court o f the State of
that they did not get all the hot
W a ists and Corsets
I la m in a n A u to S ta g e •
Oregon for th«* County o f Marion.
cakes they wanted at one sitting:
In the matter o f the estate o f John I
France, Nov. 13, 1918.
Notice is hereby given that M ichael;
Neitling was appoint«*! executor o f the , J y
Just received your letter today
- state of John Neitling on the 1st day
ar.d was much pleased.
o f June. 1914, by an order o f the County j
You spoke about having hot
■ court o f Maricai county, Oregon, duly
cakes for us when we return but
entered o f record in sai«l court. All
don’t get the idea that we don’t
p a n o n a , having claims against ...... ,v>^
z_A Com plete
estate are required to send Wu- same /*y"
have hot- cakes in the army. I
line ol fresh
| properly verified, with proper vouchers
just saw in the paper where En
to Carson & Brown. hia attorneys, at
— PRICES RIGHT —
We c»rrv n complete line of
sign Fred Anderson of the Salva
Salem, Oregon, w ithin six months from
Repair Parts, New
t io n Army made 8,900 hot cakes’
the date o f this notice.
& Service Batteries
in 17 hours, but our cook got one
Dated this 13th day o f June, 1919.
The United State* established
better. He states that in the
M ichael N u t u s e , F.xecutor.
^jtself through the big war to such
teed to HlNIld Up.
Carson A- Brown,
past that he was some hot cake an extent that tnternationaf a f
Willnrd Wood iiiM»Ii«t«,d
Attorneys for Executor.
fryer himself. Although nyt a fairs will always be with us. The
batterie» nre guaranteed
first nc v office conics In the nom j June-19-July-17
Mbwolutciv for one year.
member of the Salvation Army,
ination o f Frank L 'Polk as under
Huhlier Tliri-nd in»ulntion
he was the next thing to it.’ He secretary o f state, sim plifying the
• for * ye»r nnd h h» If.
transaction o f business ~>*i-.h
was a mess sergent to a non- Great Britain and France. Polk
combatant unit and while in this has been secretary of state dur
DK’tiG K A H U H H K I.L
' Lansing's absence at the
•' . a i t
line of duty he was placed in ing
4IM Court S tr e e t.
I V l t t 203
HOF PICKERS WANTED- To
charge of one of the largest
, pick at Louy Hop Yard, picking
S a le m ,
camps in France. I dare not tell 278 ARE DETHRONED BY WAR to start about September 1st and
Th** only i*xr|iii4iVf tmttt*ry
ahop in Mi«non rounty.
the name of the place, for it
.will last about 5 weeks. Pickers
I.itfhtiug nn«l S tarting
would cause every soldier in the
can register at the residence of
ty -T h re e R o y a lt ie s in E x ile S e c
Open week «la» * I |< m to *» 1 » ni
A. E. F. to go absent without
Dr. Paul Pehlen.
on d in L ist.
fruit.l*)« tilt I p. iu
leave to see this wonderful kitch
H O M E
M A D E B R E A D .
en; I won’t tell -you the numlier
C A K E S A N D C O O K IE S
that the abdications and detfiron«»-
of men he fed there, for I don’ t Dients In Germany Include 27S persons. before September classes begin.
Willamette Sanatorium 3t-26-10
want to give the impression that Bavaria leads with one king, one
I am trying to kid someone. He queen, 1.1 princes. 16 princess«»«, five FOR JSALE Cheap for cash, a
dukes and one dutdiess. Prussia has
Physician and Surgeon
E . K R A M E R * P ro p rie to r
states that the kitchen range was «ent
royalties Into exile, including good team well matched, weight
928 feet wide and 1358 feet long. :!io emperor, empress. 20 princes and about 1100 lbs, each. 1 cream
O R E G O N
S T A Y T O N
It took 18 firemen to keep it hot; 11 princesses. Brunswick !s at Uie separator, good double set of
he had 519 cooks and 700 kitchen bottom o f the list, with only the ducal buggy harness, almost new. L
couple and’ their three children. Tt\e
police, they mashed potatoes with two tiny principalities o f Heuss, whose buggy and cart. M. H. Titus,
ft pile driver and ground coffee area is hardly one three-hundredth « Kingston, Oregon.
with a 250 h. p. Liberty motor. part ftt that o f Prussia, have exiled
I’ liVSIClAN AND SI'ltUEON
ESTRAY NOTICE -Stray heif
They hauled out dirty patjs on tii ** principality of Lippe, only nhout
railroad cars and the K. P. went 2 0 squnre till!»'« larger than the Ren*» er. 2 years old, black, has been
On roller skates. As he WES mess
hn>! n royal family namhorlnr at my place 18 months. Owner
24 wrum«. M^t pxtrnorrtlnnrv l^th.
sergeant he rode up and down ^
of schamr.hunM.mpe, with i f can have same by pay ing for ad
l n ite d S ta te s a n d P e n n s y lv a n ia T ir e s
the kitchen on a motorcycle area of Tift square mile«, where there vertising and keep. P. P. Crab
ru ck l ires
Retreading and Repair W o rk
shunting through a megaphone. nas nearly one royal personas»' for tree, 2 miles east o f Kingston.
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But here is the way he made ed the fh"
Oft Opp. Unwdrkl Shin- Spire
reitning prince, 17 princes and
FOR SALE Bay mare, wt. 1500
• Full Line’o f Accessories and Oils
flapjacks: He mixed the batter aevan princesses.
St»-, ton. (Ire
lbs, 7 years old; cheap if taken at
with 12 concrete mixers: had a
2 1 9 N . C O M 'L S T ..
S A L E M . O R £
once. Joe Gassner. Kingston,
sream shovel moving egg shells ADMINISTRATOR’ S NOTICE OF
from the door and six K. P’s.
HEARING OF FINAL ACCOUNT
with bacon rinds strapped on
LAWYER *n«l NOTARY PUBLIC
Backache pains of ten come from pain in mv kidneys and I couldn't rest
their feet skating over the grid Notica is hereby given that the under,
day or night. My left side pained me
Office Room N<>. I», Kov Bldg.
dle to keep it greased. He states signed, administrator o f the estate o f
'Twould save much needier» woe.
most ami I couldn’ t lie on it, it was *o
Leatvler Maris, deceased, has tiled h.*T
Doan’s Kidnev P.ll* are for weak
When I got down, it was almost
that on three occasions he was final account« as such administrating with
What a Heap of Happiness It Would kidneys.
. . . . .
! impossible.for me to straighten up.
compelled to fry all the cakes by the County Court o f Marion County,
I I 111- I . V Z K I .
■any resident» o f this Vicinity an- j
«„noyed by kidney weakness, too
Under ’ the circum Oregon and said Court has by an order
d°M w.l K f R. Dickson. 1144 N. Cottage U fe 't tirrd and depressed and it was
stances, do you think he should th"ereof duly made and entered, set back.
Attornev-at-I.au Notary Public
„ . ,,
« .» i..,,, all I could «!«> to dtag a**1 self Hround.
ever want for hot cakes.
Brings you hours o f misery at leisure SL, Buena Vista, Or«-., say*.
Monday, the 11th day o f August, 1919,
C a s h S to re
CLASSIFIED A iisJ
Auto Electric Shop
- THE STAYTON BAKERY
H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M.D.
NO ORDER TOO LARGE
C. H. BREWER, M. D.
W . N. Pintler, D. M. D.
V. A. GOODE
IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW
W r offer One Hundred Dollars Rewa
for any case o f Catarrh that cannot
cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine.
Hell's Catarrh Medicine ha3 been tak'
by catarrh sufferer* for the past thlrt
Cve year-, and has become known as t!
most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Ha'l
Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood r
the Mucous surfaces, exp. ll!ng the Poi
son from the Blood and healiag the dis
After you have taken Hall's Catarrh
Medicine for a short time you will see a
great Improvement In your general
health. Start taking H ill's Catarrh Medi
cine at once and get rid of catarrh. Se"d
tor testimonials free
F J. CHENET A CO.. Toledo, Ohll
Bold by all Druggists, 7Ec.
Mail Want Ads give results.
” misery ui leisure
. . .
Nothing nava me relief until I began
SiX years aga I had a terrible attack or |
at the hour 10 o ’clock a. m., as the or at work.
If women only knew the cause
that kidney trouble. I lord a cm slants dull taking Doan s hldney I ills. A fter tin-
time and the Court room o f said Court,
' ixhitig four boxes, I felt a* well and
1 in the Court House at Salem, in Mar-
| strong as ever. Since then I have nev-1
' ion county. State o f Oregon, as the
5 ! er had any trouble with mv kt-lm i h .
place for the hearing o f said final ac
Price tjtli-, at all dealers.
count. Ail persons having objections
[,p ly ask for a kidney remedy get
j Doan’s Kidney Pills the same that
to the allowance to said tinal account
and settlement o f sail! estate ¡tr»i not -
fied to appear and file objections on or
Co., M fgrs., Buffalo. N. Y.
b efore the day set fo r o f said final
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account and settlem ent o f Haul estate.
Built for Service
Dated and first published -this 10th
day o f July, 1919. Hate o f last publi
cation August 7th 1919.
-FOR SALE BY-
SoUanon H. Maris
Administrator for said estate
î ;* <0* intano Tuner
Virgil H. Massey
! Stayton, Oregon
Player* a sp«‘clalty
387 COURT STREET
Attorney for estate
With (Sherrington Piano House \
Best in the Long Run
\ :» R VK BaUantyne
Ì Lloyd E. Ramsden
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GROCERIES O F Q U A L IT Y
All Kinds of Repairing done a t-
Hattery Chargijip. All kinds of asscssories.
Gas and Oils for sale
Aü my work is Guaranteed First Class
Dr. Paul Fehlen
V ET ERI N A R Y SU FR \ MON
Calls Answered I>ay or Night
N e w white w ash skirts in great
va riety - o f styles and materials.
G ingham aprons and house dresses
cheaper than y ou can m ake tht rrf.
Sum m er underw ear.
Shoes for men, women and children. This
store has no unworthy stock to offer or to
advertise. Satisfaction is guaranteed..
Sam ples o f tailor-m ad e clothing
from the celebrated International
line o f m en ’ s glia »in teed suits.
F rom the large line o f sam ples you
can ch oose the latest sty le s.,
Twenty years experience in measuring and
fitting suits and garments for men anil
young men. Fit an 1 materials guaranteed
C H A S. GEHLEN
TH OM AS,
Lcx>k m ore to the q u a lity ' o f y o u r G roceries than to the price. W h e n
you buy cheap groceries they are cheap. I f y ou w ant the best groceries
the m arket affords. bu>r here. You will get full valuf far your m on ey-
J. M. HINCO
STAYTON MEAT MARKE
“THE CLADEK GARAGE”
«NO MACHINE SHOP
Lard, .Creamery Butte
Highest Market Price Paid for lal Sloe
D r. U T T E R
D E N T IS I
No charge for examination, and
estimates willingly given.
i One o f th<* best cquippi d offices
in the valley
ii ij 414 Bank of Oomm«'rec Bldg.
Phone Main G(!<1