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ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE OF
^èSTAYTON MAIL CLASSIFIED ADS.
Chas. S. C lark, E d ito r a n d P ro p rie to r
Subscription Price $1*50 Per Year in Advance
Advertising Rates Made Known Upon Application
Ftrd fi Advertising Represented ky T V
American Press AssodaiiM
"Th* pr*iM i R ntM if I* far prafar
HEARING OF FINAL ACCOUNT
abla ta a l-*a*u9 o f Natlona," says
Banator Milas Folmlaitar. '*Thcra
Notice is hereby given that the under,
ara lasa chañes* for atrifs batwran a
faw natlona combinad togatliar, than signed, administrator of the estate of
la a much largar organisation, snob as Leander Marls, deceased, has died hi*
tinnì account as such administrator with
Uta propoaad World's Lingua."
the County Court of Marlon County.
Oregon a m i *sid Court ha. by a n order
Nabce to Creators
thereof duly made and entered, set
In the County Court for Marion County, Monday, the U th day of August, 1919.
at the hour ID o’clock a. m.. aa the
In the matter of the aatata o f Joseph time and the Court room of aaid Court,
William Steinkamp, deceased.
in the Court House ut Salem, I" M*r
Notice ¡a hereby given I hat the under, ion county. State of Oregon, s* the
signed has by an order o f the Con-tv place for the hearing of a nd Huai ac
court of Marion County, Oregon, 1».« n count. All persona having objection»
appointed administrator of th e ea lr l
to the allowance to aaid It i»l account
of Joseph William SteinWamp, dee< .■ and »ettlem ent o f *»k!
c "ru nol ‘
ed. All persona having claims again» fte<l to apiiear and HU objections on or
before the dav set for of »aid linai
said estate nre required to present tie
account ami »etilenico« ol »id eatale. I
within six months from the date of il i •
Dated and tirai pul li»i» d this 10th K
notice, with the proper vouchers, li .lay of July, ISMS*. Date of la»t publi 'x
the undersigned at Aumsville, Oregon. cation August 7th 1919
Solomon II Mnrift
Dated this lbth day of July, ISIS.
Admudatralor for said estate
Henry Steinkamp, Administrator. Virgil H. Massey
W. C. Winslow. Attorney for the estate. Slav loll, Oregon
Attorney for estate
July 17, Aug. M.
HOP PICKERS WANTED -To
pick at Louy Hop Yard, picking
to start about September 1st and
will last about 5 weeks. Pickers
can register at the residence of
Dr. Paul Pehlen,
Entered as second class m atter at the postoffice at Stayton. Marion
ESTRAY NOTICE -Stray heif
County. Oregon, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879.
er, 2 years old, black, has been
_______ Address all Communications to The Stavton Mail
at my place 18 months. Owner
can have same b.v paying for ad
vertising and keep. P. P. Crab
tree, 2 miles east of Kingston.
W. J. Bertram, m,ratter of
Frank Juritwirth went to
FOR SALE Bay mare. wt. 1500
the Gooch Lumber an,t ShinKle P*»“ " W“ h" ’" ton SW ord.» on lbs, 7 years old: cheap if taken at
Co., made a flying trip to Albany
once. Joe Gassner. Kingston,
Friday on business for the com Mrs. Peter McIntosh returned Phone 1352 Stayton.
from Hillsborough Monday.
Mrs. Pense, of South Dakota, FOR SALE or TRADE- 80 acres
Forest Berry was called to
old-time fiiend of the family, in Tillamook county, valued at
Stayton Sunday evening on ac
at the Endar’s home re $ 2 , 000.00 will trade for property
count of the sickness of his wife
in or near Stayton. The proper
who is stopping at Arch Kim-
Mr. W. E. Balsiger and family ty is free from incumberance.
A. T. Brewer. J-24-A-14 4t
H. L. Maines began work as of White Salmon, Washington
are visiting at the home of his LOST—Blue serge coat in or near
second faller July 19th.
u ___„___ , - son George at present.
Stayton. Finder please notify
Marshall Stone began work in
H O M E M ADE BREAD.
C. L. Sherman and family of Mrs. J. Lambrecht Stayton, Ore
the woods after returning from
C A K E S A N D C O O K IE S
Britenbush springs where he McMinnville are spending their gon.
and Mrs. Marshall spent a very
In the Tranches.
shades of Thomas creek.
"What'a the matter, BUI, hotn«-
pleasant two weeks vacation.
The Wittings have sold their alck T"
H. W. Dunigan. the mill fore-
C E. KRA M ER, Proprietor
“Well, not exactly, but sometimes
( )R EGON
STA Y TO N
ty and will give immediate In-law Is wearing my white waist
home folks near Shaw Sunday.
possession. Our best wishes go coat."
A. G. Hinkle is getting some
extra experience acting as log
ging Supt. while Fred Gooch is Quite a little excitement pre
taking his vacation up at the vailed on Main Street Monday
when a locoud horse in his de
lakes above D etroit
lirium, or other causes, broke
E. E. Miller and family in
from security and took a plunge
company with Chas. Brown and
L ook m ore to th e q u ality " o f y o u r G roceries th a n to th e price. Wt.«
at George Balsiger’s gasoline
family of Mill City, motored to tank and milk cans which hap
y o u b uy ch eap groceries th ey a re cheap. If you w a n t th e best grucei •
Lebanon Sunday to hear Wm. pened to be on his route of des
th e m a rk e t affords, buy" here. Y ou will g et full valu- for y o u r m o « ____
Jennings Bryan speak.
Besides a b r o k e n
took along well filled baskets harness little damage was done.
and enjoyed a picnic dinner en-
S am ples o f ta ilo r-m a d e t lothing
N e w w h ite w a sh sk irts in g re a t
Union Hill Personals
from th e celebrated In te riu tio n al
Mr. C. S. Akers of Mill City,
v a rie ty " o f styles a n d m aterials.
has accepted a position as head
tine o f m e n ’s g u a ra n te e d auitk.
Silver Creek Falls was the
F ro m the larg e line o f sam ples you
faller with the Gooch Lumber &
c h ea p e r th a n you can m ak e them .
scene of a merry picnic Sunday
Shingle Co., beginning work the
a n choose the latest styles.
S u m m er u n d e rw e a r.
when the Walluga Club motored
Twenty years experience in measuring and
first of the week.
Shoes for men, women and children. This
. to the falls to spend the day.
fitting suits and garments for »«en and
store has no unworthy stock to offer or to
John Worder brought A. Ret- j)jnner and luncheon were serv
young men. Kit and materials gu -ran teed
advertise. Satisfaction is guaranteed.
ger of Stayton up to Gooch the ed at the grounds of the North
first of the week to work in the Falls and in the afternoon the
South and Upper falls were visit- j
Clem Gough has purchased ed. Various out door g a m e s
property at Mehama for future filled the evening hours until
time for departure.
Wm. Edler has ploced an order' Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wentce
for lumber to be used in building of Grandview Washington were
a garage at Lyons. Workmen are visiting at the Bert Bower home-
now preparing the foundation.
iMr and Mrs r„ C. Carter
Frank Hauser made a hurried were visiting relatives at Stayton
trip to Salem Tuesday evening. Friday.
May Bradshaw 7 has be^n spend- Mrs. Frank Tate family were
ing the week with home folks, visiting at the W. H. Mollet
She has been employed the past home Wednesday,
few months as helo girl at j Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wentch
Brownsville, As the telephone 0f Washington and Mr. and Mrs.
office was burned in the fire a few Amort of Shaw and Mr and
days ago, she came home until Mrs. Bert Bower were visited at
another office could be fitted out. t fie
3 Ashby home.
John Sneed has been compelled. Winnie and Thomas Tate were
to take a few 7 days off at the mill vjsitjng a t the g d> Tate home
on account of pressing farm work. Sunday.
Beside the regular train Tues-
Miss Bene H urt of Portiand
T h e object of th e club is to keep cool and
day morning there wras about spent the week-end with Miss
com fortable on th e h o tte st s u m m e r days.
seven cars carrying the bridge! Bertha Mollet
T h e dues ra n g e from $35 to $50—th e price
crew who ara to begin at once; Mr and Mr, w B Ashby
putting in the new nulroad a„d Mr w H Mo|,e t and
o f a B ish o p ’s Suit, in th e “ V irg in W o o l”
bridge across the Santiam at Mill and Bertha motored to Salem
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Carter and
son Lyle were visiting relatives
Coon Hollow Notes
in Silverton Sunday.
1 Mrs. Albert Cooley and daugh-
WHEN you buy something, you w ant
A number of the young folks ter Thelma were visiting at the i
attended the dance given at the home of G. D. Scott
it to turn out to be everything you ex
pected; th a t’s a point we watch very
Miss Elsie King of near Sil
Linn Phillips and Alex Hafner verton and Mrs. Rabens and
closely here. Our merchandise has
motored to Salem Sunday.
live up to your expectations here;
Dora and Elmer, were a t thej
Grace Bartnik of Scio spent a
doesn’t —Bishop makes it right.
W. H. Mollet home Monday.
fe w dayB at the J. W. Apple
A number of Union Hill peo-;
Cefordsbt 1919 Har« I
Lawrence Siegmund of Fern
Ridge was in Coon Hollow Mon trip to Wilhoit Springs Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tate had as
L. D. Kelley and family motor their guests this week the Misses
ed to southern Oregon .Saturday Edith and Bell Hurt, of Port
In Palm Peac'
In clever, snappy models—and 'h e more
' / ate h:re in most
land. Sunday evening a merry
and returned Monday.
all sizes and
conservative models for the .. -e con
*nadcs to choose
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett and bunch of y°uny Pe°Ple gathered
servative men in plain, an-
remely light in
children accompanied by M r.
the Tate home and helped to
weight, for hot ./
$ . j 5 to $50
- $15 and $20
John Hafner motored to Salem raake
evening a pleasant one.
! inday to visit with folks pick-, Refreshments were served and
i ..,f Lorries.
report a pleasant time.
Johnnie Etzel and wife of Fem
The Last Request.
Ridge were in Coon Hollow Sat
Lender of Lynching Party In Far
IVoat—You got anything to nay before
John, Elsie and Fima Apple, *c string voli ii)i?
The Condemned Man (apologetical
accompanied t y Al P h i l l i p s , ly)—If
It ain’t too much trouble I'd
like to have you trim the end of the
" ■ i s fra jiid , U tlc k k s me I
Fork Sundf y. 1 hey all report a
j ' !ly good time.
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Iluminan Auto Staffe
Chile ei Schedai*. Elective
JeM IS. 1919
H ill City • - Stay too - • Salem
A U TO S T A G E
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N lair In a 1
A um avlll» t
T u rn e r
HI»«. Ilu .(illa l
I n ti» « » V arai
A r flaWm
I ( -.»mar t* Klim .inn ala«*.
I Mi a la M urili lam ini T ra in
HOtINU TNI P TU'NKTH OOOD
rt)K THINTY DAYS
Huniman Auto Staffe
THE STAYTON BAKERY
CovyrisM nsl*Ui«t. IVI»
NO ORDER TOO LARGE
GROCERIES OF QUALIT Y
The best dressed men in
town are members.
B etter Join N ow
W e Have Clothes f^r All
In Marion and Polk
W« carry a complete line of
Battery Repair Parts, New
Batteries & Service Batteries
Our icpair work guaran-
tcu i to atand up.
Willard Wood insulated
batterle» are guaranteed
■l>»olutrly for one year.
Knhber Thread insulation
for a venr and a half.
Auto Electric Shop
DEGGK A HUKKKLL
41ft Court Street.
l ’hnne 2U3
Salem, O regon
The only oxeluaive battery
shop in Marion county.
Expert l.ightiug and Starting
O p e n w e e k d e v e I p. m t o ♦ p m .
.S u n d ty i till I p . m .
H. A. BEAUCHAMP, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
G H. BREWER, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
S tayto n , O regon
W , N. Pintler* D. M. D.
Office Opp. I.anccflcld Shoe Store
1 Phone 21f>2
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11 - im miiiisi— — tin-
V. A. GOODE
I. AWYF.R and NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Room No. t>, Roy lildg.
iS. I I . H E L T / . K L
Attornev-ut-I.aw - Notary Public
- J . M. IUNGO—
S TAYTO N
Dr. Paul Fehlen
Calls Answered Day or N ight
STAYTON MEAT MARKET
TH O M A S,
I FresfuSalt&Cured Meats
- Lard, Creamery Butter
! Highest Market Price Paid Far Fat Slock
D r. U T T E R
Iro n -----
No charge for examination, and
estimates willingly given.
One of tin
beat equipped offices
in the valley
114 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
I'hone Main 000 Salem, Oregon