The Scio tribune. (Scio, Linn County, Or.) 1919-19??, November 12, 1925, Page 4, Image 4

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FubUahaU Rvsrr TburaAav tor
UaaCeealr O-s e- e
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I lepartment No. Two.
X- I V M< M- • Hue— A CirodaStM M«r
To Otto C. Hoge, the above namtd de-
I n the N aur or the »T ate or ore
ooh : You are hereby required to ap­
pear aral answer the Comi4atnt of the
above named Plaintiff in the above en­
titled Court now on file with the Clerk
of eaal Court, on or Iwfore the 26th ilo
of November, 1926, that being the last
day of the time prescribed in the t infer
for the publication of thia aumneina,
oral if you fall *o to appear and anawer
the plaintiff will sptily to «aid Court fur
the relief demanded in saw! Complaint,
For a Decree of «aid Court dissolving
the marriage contract now existing be
tween Plaintiff and Dvfrndant and
awanling Plaintiff the rare, custody
ami control of hterling llallard Huge
aral Frank Virgil Hoge, minor children
of Plaintiff ami Itofendant. and such
other and further relief a* to the Court
may seem proper in the premises
Thia summons is published in the •*< >•»
Tribune by order of the Honorable I
II. Mr Mahan, Judge of lite abOVt
titled Court, made and entered on the
10th day of October, 1926. wher- -n this
summons is ordered ami dire« ted to lie
published once a we- k for - » .
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five and surcvaaive week», l-cing seven
weekly publications thereof
The dale of the first publication of
this summons is the L'-lh day of Octo­
ber, 1926, and the date of the Inst pub
licalnm thereof is the 2»-th day of No­
vember. 1926.
H ill . M arks A M c M ahan ,
Attorn- ya for ITalntiff.
Pustoffice a-ldro*« of Attorneys
for Plaintiff; Albany, Oregon.
lif POlicillia II Firtclmre il
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C. H
W. It Culy and C. A
V and ran,
To W. R. Culy, the above named <lc
I n thk N amm of the S tate of O r »
<;<>N: You are hereby notified that >
H. Merrill, the holder of Certificate of
I >elin«|uency numbered 1245, iasued on
the first day of August, 1923, by th«
tai collector of th« county of IJnn.stat«
of Oregon, for the amount of Throe a- I
43 100th dollars, the same being th-
amount then due aral delinquent fur
taxes for the year 1918. t<-gether with
penalty, interval and costs thereon up
on the real property asa< ;>»vd to you, of
which you are the owner as appears of
record, situated in said county and slate,
and particularly bounded and deacnb« I
as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a point which is four
hundred and eleven and thirty-one one
hundredths <411.311 feet North and two
hundred and elevrn and two tenth-
(211.2) feet westerly along the line of
the county road from the Southeast
corner of the Nortwvst quarter NWji
of the Northeast quarter -NF |) of Sve­
tlan thirty-six (Sec. 36). Township nine
<Tp 91, South Kangs I wo Bast (S R 2
K) of the Willamette Meridian, running
thence North two hundred twenty nine
*229) feet; thence westerly parallel with
the county road fifty-two ami t ight
tenths ,62 8) fret, tbvncr South 22#
feet; thence easterly along the line of
the county rood fifty two ami eight­
tenths (&2.B) feet to the place of begin
You are further notified that said C.
II. Merrill and his assignor have paid
taxes on said premises for prior or sub­
sequent years with thr rate of interest
on said amounts as follows:
Aug. 1,1923
Aug. 1.1923
Aug 1,1923
Aug 1,1923
Apr. 6. 1924
The Scio Tribuni
Erma B. Ho««.
Otto C. Hoge,
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Haul W. R. Culv. as the owner of
the legal title nf the above descrilted
property as the same apt-cars uf roc
ord, ami each of the other person* ata-w
named are hereby further notiti.-d that
C. II. Merrill will apply to the circuit
court of the county and state aforesaid
for a decree foreclosing the lien again*!
thr property above described and no n
tinned in said certificate. And you are
hereby summoned to appear within
sixty days after the first publication of
the summon« exclusive of the -lay
of said first publication, and -I- fend
this action or pay the amount due as
above shown, together with roots ami
accrued interest, ami in case of your
failure to -k> so. a decree will l>e ren­
dered foreclosing the lien of said taxes
and coats against the land ami promises
above named
This summons is published by order
of the Honorable I. Il McMahan. J wig-■
of the circuit court of thr state of < »er­
gon. for the countv of l.inn, and said
order was made and dated the 27th -lay
of October, 1925, ami the date of the
first publication of thia summons ia the
29th day of October. 1926
All process and paper* la
reeding mav be served upon the under­
signed residing within the stale of Oro
gon, at the address hereafter mentioned
V. L yle M<-Caox*aY,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
.Address: Stayton. Oregon
•»afilllVM-dVlU If
week with stomach trouble, is in
school again.
Mrs. W. H. Me Lalo called on Mrs
Lee George Sunday.
Clair McLain, wife and two eons
of Portland called on home folks
Would a cannery pay hero?
not? Tell u« what you think.
Why Tuesday,
The rain Monday dam pencil the
ground, so farmers are very busy
W-th sn->w and cold tn the east, plowing.
the Willamette valley is basking in
T. M. Russell, wife and two
springtime with flowers still in full daughters were shopping in Slayton
bloom. No place like the good old Wednesday.
Willamette valley.
With the W«-sl Scio road being
scarified and dragged it should be
more comfortable for our friends to'
Nov. 11
come into town. Good roads make
A birthday surprise was given
friends closer, while bad roads make
J. H. Kelly Sunday. Those
us cuss a blue streak especially if
were: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
we break an axle or get mired.
Kelly am! children and Mr. and Mrs.
Fl I pot and daughter Gladys of Leb­
Who said old dobbin had gone
Mr. and Mrs Ernest Kelly
and would never come back? He
Mr and Mrs. Ru«»ell
was tn Cortland I00U strong during
Kelly and daughter Donna. W. R.
the »lock show and he was the cen­
ter of attraction
Yea. he’s still Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mesprlt
with us and alwav« will be. And in and daughter Opal. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. Kelly's children
m--re ways than running, trotting K Reiley.
presented her with a nice new rug
and jumping.
for her living room.
Miss Mary Sigmund of Dufur
There «rents to lie a good roads
•pent the week-end with Mrs. S H
imp- tu« in this community, as near­
ly all districts that have held meet*! Holt. She it attending OAC. Mr
and Mrs Holt took her track to Cor­
Ings have voted the desired tai. At
vallis Sunday evening
Jordan 145(H) was voted.
Good ,
IgNi Zeller visited his brother,John
ronds mnki-s a poor farm worth a
Zeller, at Huzxard Station Sunday.
l<>t m- re, while bad roads cheapen a
Mr. and Mrs I-ester Holt of Carl­
go<gl farm, hence the road building
ton and Mr. and Mrs F, I Jom-H
and son Harry of Stavton were Sun­
There are more people "al the
day guests at the home of their
switch" these days and nights than!
parents, Mr. and Mrs J. G Holt.
ever lieforc. They are "tuning" in
The regular meeting of the local
<>n sums program and Jimmie and Farmers’ IIunion w«s held at the S.
Jennie are Interested. "The home"
H. Holt home Saturday night. Re­
is thus tiecoming more like home freshments were served after the
should >>e with a happy, contented (lusineas sci»i in
family sitting around the old fire- j
Mrs. J. II. Kelly was hostess to
place. The radio Is a wonder and It the Thursday Thimble club last we k.
working wonders.
Mrs. Pansy Shepherd won the prixe
in a memory contest. Fruits -ap­
Now that the Sei» Con Jensery is I plet, grapes and bananas -• w-ere
installing machinery to make pow- served as refreshments.
dered milk, butter and cheese, this!
Ronald Simmer has just received
community will be more prosperous a letter from Allen Gilkey
He is
than ever la-fore, as a market is thus attending the Oregon Institute of
opened to handle ull the milk that Technology in Portland.
can be produced hero. No doubt
A numtier of the men and women
other lines will lie added as support in Dlkl. 10 met at the school house
and demand require
Thia concern Saturday for a general clean-up.
is worth a lot to this community and Some of the men hauled gravel and
should be encouraged.
spread on the school yard.
school room has a new coat of kal­
Mr. Goar and John IfeWall ship­
ped a carload of potatoes Monday,
and the Freitag brothers one on
Nov. io
A. G McLain and wife moved to
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hotf and
Portland Nov. 4. where he has work. Miss Hazel Young of Portland spent
At the road meeting in road dia- ; Sunday with their parents. Mr and
trict No. 11 last Saturday, the tax Mrs Wilson Young
of $| ihhi tin« voted down, but oo |
The Wilson Young family have
account of some irregularity in the moved into the Clyde Retley house.
proceeding* the county court has
ordered another meeting for Nov.
28. at 10 a. m.
Fred Roadartnel and family were j
tn Scio Sunday to be preernt at the 1
87th anniversary of the birth of Mrs
Arc Fine This Year
Rnadarmel's father, W. S. Carpen­
ter. whose children prepated a fine
*2 N per «loten
dinner for him.
Tulifis 75> ä il 00 jnr -lozen
Mrs Lee George and son. James.
Paper White Narcissus .7c ea
came up from Portland Saturday i
Other Balbs
night and returned Sunday. Clinton
Chinese Lillies.
IS- each
tb-.-rge is a little better, but he is-
Hall Moral Co.
still in the hospital and his mother j
will remain with him until he to
John I Shelton of West Scio spent
Sunday afternoon with W. H. Mc-
T. M Russell and family called on
her parents, Mr. and Mro. W. H.
Mcl-ain, Sunday afternoon.
Elnore Miller is improving and
will soon be able to come home.
E. S. McCrae and family spent
Sunday afternoon with her father.
II 0. Shilling.
Iola George and Delma Brown
spent Sunday at Iola's home with
her mother.
Raljih Shilling, who was iU last
Reg ale and (><>l«l Ban-led
Lily Bull« . 3S- each
Extra fine Chrysaiitlicmuins
and Carnations
These Ship Easily
We grow an extra fine asaort-
ment of Ornamental Shrulis
—nice plants at M- this season
It will pay you to visit our
wrest side greenhouse
Hall Floral Co.
Vast FwW 11.
Alfcany. Orogen
»in | »uf friend» •board Sh>»<> r*»utw
train* to the S*>ufhtatuL
4 Po|>vlur Trains from
l'ordancl every d<ty
•f J »ave money.
N«-w Cosntort Tr-mrcs —•tnoextrsf.r«
—(Ijl'ie » ithbarber,valet,shower-bath,
on Die Shaata.
Ol.-i aii. n <«t- on S* >«ts. Southern
Califi Olla I aprr.1 (furm->ung direct wrv-
ica tv Lo. Angele* . and Oregonian.
Get farther p.-rt
tive tra*«1 xrvlic.
ul.r» about thl* attrac­
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C. W. Bragg, local agent
Notice il Blsiricl Road Neetm|
Pursuant to a i-etition sign-’-l by a I«--
r«i numtM-r of ro«i<letit fro-’
payers and legal voters of R-»a-l District
No. 33 of Linn county. On-gon, Notice
is Ib-roby Given that a meeting of th-
legal voters uf Road District No. X! of
l.inn county, Oregon, will I m - held at the
hour of 2 o’clock p m , on th-- 2~th daj
of November, 1925, at the Hunkers'
Hchuol HouKe, in said road tlistricl. t>>
determine whether or not aaid road dis­
trict «hail vote a special tax of $ *- *'
upon all the taxable property within
said road district for the improvement
of the roads therein as «Hows, to wit.
frrnding, graveling, draining ar-1 r--|-air
ng said roads
By order of the County Court of I inn
county, uregon.
Dated thi. 2»-th day of October, litó.
B. M. Payne. County Junge.
J. D iaorn. County Comin'r.
Jo« llume. County Comm'r.
Attest: K M. Ru-« -<-11. County Cl.-rk
Posted this 26lh day of October, P'.;;,.
by M. O. Arnold, appointed by tb<-
Node« il OiSinct Roa« llteiini
I'urauant to a petition signoil by a le­
gal numtM-r of resilient freeholders,tax­
payers aral legal voters of Road District
No 14 of l.inn county, Orog-m, Notice
is Hereby Given that a meeting of the
legal voters uf Road Hstrlrt No. 14 of
l inn county, Oregon, will I m - heki at the
hour of 10 o'clock a. m. on the 28th day
of November, 1925. at the -helburn
r*«-hool House, in said road dtotnet, to
ih-termtne whether or not said road dis
trict shall vote a special tax of |10QO.tMi
upon all the taxable property within
said road district for th-- tmprovrm- nt
of the roads therein as follows, u- wit,
grading, graveling, draining ami repair­
ing *axi roads.
By order of the County Court of l inn
county, Oregon.
Dateil this 9th day of November, 1926.
B. M. I'ayne, County J- m I«-
J. D. Isom. County Cotnm'r.
Jo«, llume. County Cotnm'r
Attest: R M llusacll. t’ountv Clerk.
I'ost-il this 9th day uf November, 1925,
by M. <>. Arnold, appointed by the
For Sale
Several Thousand
No. I Potato Sacks
Albany Bargain House
Corner 2<l Ä' Bakrr
Pin-tic 411-J
Allwnv. (Vc.
Hall’s Catarrh Medicine
Thoro who ars In a '‘rundown'* coMI-
Uon will nolle« that Catarrh lol her. it
"»»ch tnoro than when tl-.v are In *--.t
prove« ihnt while
CNtarrt» !• • Mai
it |a irre«t)y
Infl'icfic+d by roMtttutkrnM <<»n«tlti .na
«»:!>!« im : i - •
omMned Trrotnwnt. tooth l-«-al and in­
ternal. and han been an -•»••fut m th«
troatment nf catarrh for over
K--ld tor att drusrista.
F. J Ch«n«y A Co.. Tr-ledn Ohio.
Baptist Church Note«
Sunday ach<x>l at 10 o'clock every
Sunday morning. Everybody is in-
vited to attend.
Christian Endeavor every Sun-lav
evening at 6:S0.
Prayer meeting every Th tired ay
tugbl at 7.30
¡<•1 E. Jd st.
Albany, Ore.
We Lave just installed a new
ma- ’line l >r tightening wheels.
Biiiq in vutir car or truck
aiui let us show you how sci­
entifically this machine works
citl - r on st- el or wood felloe
wlicc'-- without the use of
shims anil at right prices.