The Stayton mail. (Stayton, Marion County, Or.) 1895-current, October 02, 1919, Image 8

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    beaten’ Netice o! Appoinlaat
FURNITURE
Of «II «toils
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Notice It hereby given that the un­
dersigned have b< <-n duly Appointed by .
the County Court o f the State o f Ore-
Kon, fbr the Cornty o f Marion, aa Ex­
ecutor* o f the last will* and testaments
o f Jamea William Taylor and Rachel
Taylor, deceaaeil, and that they have
duly qualified aa auch executor*. All
peraona having claim* againat the ea-
tatea o f aaid decemicnta are hereby
notified to pr**<-nt the aame to u* at
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Stayton, Oregon, duly verified aa by
law required, within afx month* from
the date o f thia notice.
Dated at 8tayton, in Marion County,
Oregon, thia 8th flay o f September,
1919, *
John Stewart Taylor
Joaeph Ledgerwood Taylor,
Executor* o f the Last Will* and Teata-
menta o f Jamea William Taylor and
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Rachel Taylor, deceased.
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A. O, Condit and Ronald C. Glover, A t­
torney’s for the eatatea, Salem, Oregon.
Sept. 11-Oct. 9
YOUNG
SU M M O N S
la tkc Great Cwt d the State af flrt-
(oa far Maria« Caaty
H ER O ES A T OXFOR D BROUGHT BACK PYGM Y HIPPO
Many Cuatomi and Tradition* of tha
Hunter Spent Weary Months In Jun­
University Ar* Likely te Seem
gle* to Provo That the Species
Tame te Them.
Really Existed.
Christina Eaaon, Plaintiff, va. William
I>rker, Jr., and Mattie Parker, hla
wife, Stephen A. Douglas Parker, and
Sadie E. Parker, hia wife, Mina Hcid-
inger, a n d -------- Heidinger, her hua-
band, Chapley Brunner, (unmarried),
Frank Rrunner, (unmarried), Nellie
Brunner and
■ ■■■■■ Brunner, her hus­
band, (unknown) Joaephine Parker,
widow o f Elza Parker, Deceased, Ima
Parker, (unmarried), Elsie Parker, (un­
married), Velma Parker, (unmarried),
Daisy Parker, (unmarried) and Irene
Parker, (unmarried), Linda Niece and
J. D. Niece, her husband, Dora Frieseh
and Antone Frieseh, her husband, Ed
F. Park«-r, (unmarried) Dick R. Par­
ker, a n d ------------Parker, his wife, the
unknown heirs o f William Parker, Sr.,
deceased, the unknown heirs o f Mary
E. Parker, deceased, the unknown heirs
W e Buy, Sdl and Exchange all Kinds of Furniture,
o f Elza Parker, deceased, the unknown
heir* o f Lucinda Ann Parker, deceased,
—Stoves, Etc.—
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and the unknown huabands and wives
.u .'ai m w j r 'j
o f each o f the above named heirs o f
the above named deceased persona, and
all peraona or parties unknown, claim­
ing any right, title, estate, lien, or in­
terest in or to the said real property
described in the complaint herein, De­
fendants.
REFLEX
TO-----
William Parker. Jr., and Mattie Par­
ker, hia wife, Stephen A. Douglas Par­
MAKE BUSINESS CALL BRIEF ker and Sadie E. Parker, his wife,
Is the wet weather
Well to Remember That Executives, as Linda Niece and J. D. Niece, her hus­
service uniform for
band, Dora Frieseh and Antone Frieseh,
a Rule, Have Little Time
the regular men
her husband, Ed F. Parker, Dick R.
to Waste.
who make every
Parker, a n d -------- Parker, hia wife,
day count.
Mouth-talk or brain-talk — which Mina Heidinger a n d -------- Heidinger,
The council, the chief governing
Men who know tobacco,
ody o f the 1-eague, cannot tRke kind do you chiefly use during a busi­ her lusband, Nellie Brunner a n d ---------
Look for the
•idIon without unanimous decision of ness cal! or conference? “ I can’t see Brunner, her husband, Chapley Brunn­
chew the best without its
Reflex Edg-e1’ " ^ -
Its members and since the l ulled hitlf as many men as I could see or as er, the unknown heirs o f Wiiliam Par­
costing them any more.
Suites will have a representative in I should like to see during the day ker, deceased, the unknown heirs o f
A .J. TOWER CO.
T hey take a little chew and
B ost on M o s t
(he Council our Interest will he pny beenuRe my callers, once they g«.' In Mary E. Parker, deceased, the unknown
tected there. We hear It said that the to tee me, waste my time with Incon­ heirs o f Elza Parker, deceased, the un­
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it’ s amazing how the good
League Is formed for the benefit o f sequential talk." said a busy execu­ known heire o f Lucinda Ann Parker,
taste stays in a rich, high
Ureal Britain or Japan or some oilier tive recently. “Consequently, my sec­ deceased, and the unknown husbands
W*«trKl»|tir|’ KI»»*Wr*CRft*atatSmK»t*tir one nation. This is not true. All the retary Is under Instruction to ndtnlt
grude chew ing tobacco.
and wives o f each o f the above named
nation* will gain by It, not only the only such persona as she thinks I must
deceased
persons, and all persona and
see.”
For lasting tobacco satis­
great nations such aa the United
If you make a business call know parties unknown claiming any right,
Suites,
Great
Britain,
France,
Japan
faction, th ere’ s nothing
and Italy, hut the little nations which beforehamf what you are going to title, estate, lien or interest in and to
like a small chew < f that
In the past have been oppressed by present and hew. Don't waste time the real property described in the com­
their big nelghifors. The international In non«>ssentlals and trlvlalitl«»*. Fix plaint herein
rich*tasting tobacco.
court will give an opimrtuulty for the the objective of your talk before you
IN THE NAM E O F THE STATE O F
Now that you have a good
settlement o f old grievances which call. It may be a ye*-or-no decision; OREGON:-
You and each o f y oa
crop of apples, why not save jj have long troubled the peoples of the It may be a promise merely to consider kitown and unknown, are hereby requir­
your
proposition;
It
may
be
the
fixing
them?
Bring: them to the « world.
ed to appear and answer the complaint
put u.. . two stales
It has been said that the League i of a specific (late when you can go into
o f the above named plaintiff in the
the
mutter
In
detail.
Whatever
yonr
will interfere with the Monroe Doc­
R I G H I C U T u a short-cat tobacco
trine, but the League Covenant ex­ ‘ objeitlve Is, work toward It as rap­ above entitled court now on file with
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W - b C U T is a lon g fin e-cu t tobacco
pressly protects this Doctrine. In fact, idly as you ca n ; and when you have the Clerk o f said court on or before the
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through the Covenant the Monroe Doc­ reached It pick up your hat and say 17th day o f November, 1919, and you
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riy, 007;. □ fw ^ d w .iy 'N e w f -■ C i,
trine receives recog iltlon throughout “Good by." This Is one of the surest are hereby notified that if you fail to
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the world and Its principles become ways o f making a favorable Impres­ appear and answer said complaint as
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sion.— Pace Student.
forever established.
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hereby required the plaintiff will apply
NEW BARRELS ON HAND
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to the above entitled court for the re­
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to-wit:
For a decree o f said court quieting
the title to the following described
premises, to-w it:
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Beginning at a point on the right
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bank o f Pudding river, where the W est
line o f the D. L. O. o f John C. Carey
AUTO ELECTRICIANS
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and wife, in Tp. 5 S. R ’ 1 W. o f the
IGNITION ANO
< ' ! Willamette Meridian, Oregon, if ex­
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tended crosses the said river, and 11.82
BATTERY WORK 2
chains distant from the N . W. com er
'T H O U S A N D S OF WOMEN suffer miserably from
o f a 22.90 acre tract o f land owned by
periodic attacks o f headache, never dreaming
Paul J. Korop and wife, on the 24th
263 N. Com. St.
day
o f Februeiry, 1917, and running
that a permanent cure may be had. Headache
thence S. 45 degrees Wt 72.65 chains
R jig h t N o w is
T im e to G et Y ou r
nearly always results from some disorder o f the
to the S. W. corner o f said D. L. C .,
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Salem Phone 413 Oregon • j
thence S. 60 degrees E. 39.25 chains,
stomach, liver or bowels. Take 'Chamberlain’s
thence North 45 degrees E. 20 chains,
thence N. 45 degrees W. l.?5 chains,
Tablets. They w ill correct these disorders and
thence N. 45 degrees E. 2.37 chains,
there w ill be no more headache. Many have been
thente S. 45 degrees E. 2.10 chains,
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thence N. 45 degrees W. 00.61 chains,
permanently cured by Chamberlain’s Tablets.
thence N. 57 degrees 45’ W. to the center
o f the county road, thence S. 43 degrees
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30’ W\ to a point 6.60 chains distant from
Hero jt- a chance to save
the point where said road crosses the
money by getting your
a
N. line o f said D. L. C., said point be­
5; Wagon and Buggy Tires Set
ing 13.62 chains W. o f the N. E. corner
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—with the—
o f said D. L. O., thence S. • 71 degrees
W. 1.57 chains to an iron pipe on the
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Hydrohc Cold Setter
right bank o f said river, thence follow­
W. A.,Cladek’» Brick Front Shop
ing down stream on the top o f said
The Cold Setter saves 25 percent
bank o f said river, N. 60 degrees 18’
over the old method o f setting..
W. 3.65 chains; thence N. 75 degrees 5’
We guarantee all cold settings.
W. 11.20 chains; thence N. 33 degrees
We set tires hot at the old price
W. 50 links: thence W. 75 degrees 20’
g W. A. Cladek, Prop.
W. 5.26 chains; thence N. 82 degrees
30’ W. 4.37 chains: thence N. 63 degrees
W. 3.33 chains to the place o f beginning,
CUP AND SAUCER - 20 Cta.
, containing
acres, in Marion Coun-
Reduced
tp, Oregon.
Prices on
and adjudging and decreeing the plain-
| tiff to be the owner in fee simple o f
The only draw saw with the jifTy saw holder. Grips or releases
said premises and o f the whole thereof
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saw instattly. No hole» to drill in in saw head. Only saw with
1 and further decreeing that neither o f
drive straight behind saw. Metalic clutch, Sturdy-Tested.
Oper­
the defemiants, known or unknown,
T h e United States
ates farm machinery also. See our dealer or write us.
have any right, title, estate, lien or in­
terest in or to said premises or any
Grain Corporation
The Vaughn Motor Works, Inc. 457 East Main St. Portland Ore.
I part thereof, and forever barring and
271 N . Com m ercial St., Salem. O regon
Annouces that it will sell
foreclosing each and all o f the said de-
“ Straight” grade flour, to all
KWKWW*'WW(tWWW«MI’!W«RK*'*'K*'K*'lt R W * * « * * « * « » « » *
i fendants, known or unknown, from as­
pnrehasera, in carload lota, in
serting or claiming any right, title, es­
140 lb. jute sacks, gross w t .
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tate, lein or inter«-st in or to said prem­
delivered to any Railway S ta­
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ises or any part -thereof ' insistent
tion in Zone 10, comprising
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with plaintiff’ s said title, *i for such
the Stntes o f Oregon, Wash­
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other and further relief as to the court
ington and Idaho, at not to
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seems proper.
exceed $10.00 per bbl. net cash.
T! is summons is published by order
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Purchasers
will
be
supplied
o f the Honorable G- urge G. Bingham,
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from
nearest
available
mill,
Judge o f the C ircuit Court o f the state
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Fire, Theft and Transportation
which may result in slight s h v -
o f Oregon, Marion County: made at
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ing
for
buyers’
account.
t chambers in Albany, in 1 Jnn County.
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Oregon Fire Relief Association
W h o le * te amt johhlnn profit« on
1 Or*gon, on the 26 flay o f September,
Farmers Fire Relief of ButtevHle, Ore.
*nrh flout m u»f n ot e x ceed 7V per
1919, whtr«i i this summons t* direot-
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U n ite d S ta tes an d P e n n sy lv a n ia T ire s
hbl. uiitl readier’» profit mu«« no«
«“«1 to be published once each week for
e x c e e d gl It per bhl.
six successive wt eks prior to the 17th
Solid T ru ck Tires
Retreading and Repair W o rk
Aildrcsx »11 e«immunic*tion* to
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d?v o f November. 19)9. The date o f
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United States Grain
: the first publication o f said summons is
NOTE: The best equipped repair shop this side of Portland.
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Now Jersey Fire Insurance Co.
the b’fv1 «iff n o f October* 1919.
Corporation
Full Line of Accessories nnd Oils
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York
HI,WITT * SOX
SIO B<>nr«l of Trade Building
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Attorneys for Plaintiff
Fire Association, Philadelphia
Portland, Oregon
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• *»: Albany, Oregon.
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Oak
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Heaters Large
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“ We Can Save You Money”
Frank F. Richter
3 7 7 Court St.
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Salem, Oregon
“ H e r e ’s a F r i e n d l y T ip '
»ays the G ood Judge
The returning hero, fresh from battle
flelfla, will no longer rush to lb#
cricket fiehl* and the river at Oxford
with the zeal o f young barbarian* at
their play, observe* a writer In ‘.be
Nntlon (I^indon). T o one who may
wear the ribbon o f the Military Croaa
or the D. 8. O., the poaltlon o f hla col­
le g e boot In the elgltta enn no longer
seem the one matter o f life and death,
and even the linlo o f a goal shine*
with diminished glory.
Ho, too. In leader pursuits.
How
«hall he dwell upon the squabbles of
compartment* In ancient Greece, when
he himself has motored from Hulonlkl
to Alliens In a day, and on to Spnrta
In the next? Or what will he feel
when questioned on his fading mem­
ories of the Irregular verba? Probably
moat public school hoys are haunted
to old age by a dream— a terrible
nightmare—-of being “ put on" by the
old headmaster when they have not
taken III* trouble to prepare a line of
I be fei wage. It makes no difference
that t h e y are more than 80 and the
beadunit-ter baa long been fiend. The
horror of Ike situation remains ap­
palling. and the dream Is far more
frequent thun any of Kreud’a Imag­
inary perversions.
The feeling o f the soldier returning
to the clnsM nnd lecture room will It«
much the aame. with a serese of futil­
ity added. For. Indeed. It Is Impossi­
ble to go buck In life nnd second child­
hood la not like tM firat. Little vic­
tim* play regardleto* o f their doom,
but not men who have known what
'loom can do.
It seems Incredible, but there exist
hippopotami that do not exceed 30
Inches Ir. height. For a long while no
body believed that there were any
pygmy h.pnoa In Liberia. Th# natives
Insisted that the Hippopotamus I.lb-
i ertenat* live«! deep la the forests; but
that was another reason why explorers
and hunters shook their heads In In­
credulity.
Th# hippopotamus Uvea
along the river*, they said, and this
talk about pygmies of this species In
the forests Is nooaenae.
Nevertheless a pygmy hippo waa
caught aa far hack aa 1873, and
brought from Africa to the xootogtcel
gardens In Dublin. It might have con­
vinced 'Ire world, only It arrived In a
dying condition, and perished before
It could be exhibited. After that. pe<>
pie took to doubting It again, and
enn«1dered the one recorded specimen
as a fr«»aU. P.ut Carl Hagenback. the
famous animal man. made up hla mind,
at Inst, that the pygmy hippo could
be. and should he. Introduced to man.
lie sent an Intrepid hunter. Rchora-
hurgk. after It. and 8chomburgk. after
spending a year and a half In the jan­
gle. reappeared with three pygmy
tienstM. two o f which were at once
brought to the New York son and
plneed oe exhibition.— New York Her
aid.
APPLE
GROWERS
THE R E A L T O B A C C O CHEW
SUBLIMITY
CIDER
WORKS
Headache
The B a tte ry Shop
We Handle Everything In
Wè
“ HEATER”
C h am b erlain ’s Table
Farmers
You need it these cool mornings
We have them in all sizes
OUR FURNITURE LINE IS COM PLETE
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LILLY HARDWARE CO.
Costs Less Than 5 c a Cord to Saw You W ood
40 Pound Cotton Felt Mattress $13
FLOUR
Ranges, Heaters and Oil Stoves
WE SAVE YOU M O N E Y ”
People’s Furniture & Hardware Store
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Automobile Insurance
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Harry Humphreys
Stayton
Q uack
219 N . C O M ’L. ST.«
SALEM ’S
TIRE MAN
SALEM, Cf