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About The Medford mail. (Medford, Or.) 1893-1909 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1899)
OUR COUNTY . .
KukIu 1'iilllt KiilfltjUi,
IIY A. 0, IIOWM'ir.
Mrs. JamoH Wouloy 1h jiilto Hori
Win. Ulrlcli wuh nut from Mittl
ford IiihI Krlility looking iiflur IiIh
Mul. Puitrco, wlio Iiiih boon Dirty
ins with IiIh aunt, Mm. Hincluru,
for Homo tl mo, ritturnud homo IiihI
MIhh Hi'hmIu Drown gave a cundy
pull lnsl Kntunluy night, mul tho
young folks who wiim primutit spiint
the ovimlng vttry plimwintly.
MitHtor A UHtln Qrniin, n grnmlHon
of Mr. nnil MrH. J. J, Kryor, arrived
from lliint'iml, Calif., tho flrHt of
n.m wmilc to remain for a wlillu with
J. A. Joints wunt to AnhlniiiJ tho
flrHt of Iiihi wnok to tn ko IiIh wifo
n lid hoii, Itolmrt, who Ih ulUindlng
tho norniiil at that plnco. Ho ro
toalnod with thoiii until Sunday.
I am Informed that wo have a
now phyidoinn in nur town, a Dr.
llildolirand. of Oklahotnu. Ono linn
bcon nodod hero vry iiniuh for
Homo time, a h thuro Iiiih boon con
HidcruOlo nick noun In thin locality
I staled lust wnok that Mis-sun
Anna and Olllo NioholH hud ro
turned to JaakHonville to roHumo
their studies, but owing to ono of
tho girm boing iuuiHimHcd thoy ro
niainod at homo. They expect to
rotum to Huhool next .Saturday.
0. MoGi'o Ih fencing In a gravid
bar on tho Houlh nido of I.itllo Butte
crook for a feed yard. Ho Iiiih about
150 rnlvi'H to food and Ih having
coiiBidurablo troublo on account of
tliom getting "chuparralod," haV'
ing IohI quito n nuiubor already.
Owing to tho illnesa of hor mothor,
Minn Anna Jofl'roy wont to Modford
laHt Sunday. 8ho mado nrrnnno
mentR for Prof Snvago to take
chargo of her department of the
Hchonl and for Mikb Nettie Cooke
to teach Mr. Kavage'e department
during her atinenco.
LaHt week I Roko of Volnoy
Stlokol'B liorsu boing nick. The
animal died last Monday night,
and UHin a poHt mortem oxamina
tion boing made it whh found that
tho paHBiigo from tho Btnmncb to
tho uowi-Ih wan coniplotoiy clogged
with Band and gravel.
On the 3d irst. nur daughtor.
Tuva, cololirntod hor fifteenth birth
day by inviting in several of hor
young friendn, who remained until
about 11 n'ol'ck p, m Tho even
ing na' Hpent in plnving grimef
nnd iiiii"i(i, and a limit half nam
nine refreidiiiiontH tvero nerved to
break tho monotony of tho occrhIom.
Doth of our lencherH, Mia Annii
Jeffrov. and Lincoln Savsgo, were
a I ho with uc, and nil enjoyed them
selves vary much.
Lanl Sunday MrH. Howluit, our
two youugoHt daughterR and your
corroftinndent pnid a visit to Mr.
And MrR. Goo. Ileokathorn. Thoy
had juflt reoeivod a long luttor from
their Ron, Jorry, who is in the perv
ice of tho United StaioR, in. the
PhilippinoB. Ho speaks in glowing
tonne of that country and tol Ih how
ho approoiateH Tiik Mkkoiii Mam.
in that far off land. Whilo o were
At Mr. Heckathorn'B, bis Biptor, Mrs.
Fnink, phowed uh Bomoof hor rclicp
of bygone days. Among other
thingH woro two Gorman books a
hymn book 200 yearn old and e
teBlamont of about tho samo age.
Tho dates were torn out, hut they
wcro books her mothor bad and flho,
if living, would bo ninoty-eiiz.it
vcars old. Sho has a roward of
merit that was givon to hor mothor
when cho was a Bobool girl, also
rewards of morit given to her
brotherH and sinters in 1848. Bo-
sides i hose sho has quite a numbor
of other rolios.
To Cure a Cold In One Day,
Tnko LnxnttvA Hrnmo Quinine Tablets, All
druggists rotund tho money It It (alia to ouro.
Dig Sticky Items.
UY l'KC'K'8 HAD HOY.
Goorgo UobiiiBon, of Tablo Rock,
has boon visiting Tlios. Turpin.
J, Montgomery, who has boon 111
for eevornl weeks, is still on the sick
A numbor of our young people at
Oolong Ideal Blend
tended tho dunce at KdHall's last
Loron Oreuorv. of Asblnnd. sncnt
IiIh vacation hero with IiIh uncle, W.
MrH. J. W. Hmlth gave a dinner
party to a numbor of hur frleiida on
A iiuinber of HllokvitoH utlondod
the dance at Mr. KuIiIiihoii'h. of
I'ublo Hock, Uuo. 23d.
MrH. 0. C. KobortH and family
Hpent Now Yearn with Mr. and Mrn.
Martin Perry, of Hams Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Turpin took
Christinas dinner with their soii-in
law, Lime Wylund, and family.
MIhh Leona Montgomery, who is
taking a course, at St. Mary's acad
emy, Hpent hor vacation at home.
W. V. Orcgory, Al. Turpin and
MisH Pearl VVeadon spent Christ
inas with Mr, and Mrs. W.J. Greg
ory, of Ashland.
Miss Wolfe, who is staying with
MrH. Kirclimen, spout a night re
cently with hor parontRj Mr. and
Mrn. won, or wg tnioicy.
MrH. Martin Perry, of Sams Val
ley, is visiting hor mother, Mrn. 0.
0. KnhortH, whilo her husband is
attending aoin(iiinioiior-)' court at
DY HKIIKCCA .
Goo. Bush Ih Bpeuding u fow days
with Jas. Mills and family.
Our teacher, Miss Owens, visited
with homo folks, noar Wellen, from
Friday until Sunday.
Mr. and MrH. H. A. Meyer, of
Lake Crook, are the happy parents
of a boy baby, born Jan. 1st,
Miss Lucinda Nichols closed hor
school on Big Butte a few days ago
and has returned to hor home, noar
Mrs. K. Simons, of Eagle 'Point,
after spending several weeks with
friend i neur Lake Creek, returned
lioinu lust week.
Draper Walsh visited at home,
near Wellen, Saturday and Sunday,
lie was back and ready for school
Mil aria produces wealtuoM, general debility,
blilouNncftR, lo of appetite, Indigestion and
conitlpnllon. (iroven' Tasteless Chill Tonlo
rriuuTci the oauHe wutcti produces thane trou
ble. Try It and you will bo dullgtitcd. IW
cents, To Kt the genuine ante fr Or ores ,
Hor sale by Htrang, the druirvlst.
Klamath County Items.
From tue itupubltcan.
W. T. Shive arrived Tuesday
from Ft. Klamath. Mr. Shive in
forms us that ho has iiiflt sold Louis
Gerher 35 heod of yearling steers
ut 1 25 per head.
George Horn and Dan Ryan,
Agencv employees, wero down this
week after grsin for tho Agtncy, of
which they took back UUW pounds
from the J. T. Henley ranch.
U. S. Indian Inspector J. W. Mo
Council, who has been at Klamath
Agency for tho past month treating
with the Indians relative to their
and matter, loft this morning for
J. W. McConnell, ex-goveruor of
Idaho and also ex U. S. Benator
from that Btato, now U. S. Indian
Inspector, spent a couple of days in
Klamath Falls this weok, after hav-
inn been at the Klamath Agency
for some time negotiating with the
Klamatbs relative to certain land
matters effecting tho Klnnuth res
erv?.tion. No definito conclusion.
we learn, was reached in the prem
ises, and it may bo some time be
fore thore will ho harmony of action
between the Indians and tbe Indian
department, is tho Indians insist
upon a strictly cash basis of action
wnioh seems ndverso to 'he policy
assumed by the Indian department.
From tho Klamath Falls Express.
Sovoral inches of snow has fallen
here during the past week enough
Louis Donnis and Bon-in-law ar
rived Monday from Ashland and
loft tho noxt day for thoir home at
Squire Parker arrived yesterday
from Parker's station, between nere
nnd Ashland. Ho reports two feat
of snow on tho mountain.
Albert Walkor arrived Tuesday
from Blv and yosterday bought the
J. D. Fountain dwelling and store
property for himself and father,
Dan. Walker, considerations if 11 50.
F. H. Mills and wife roturnod last
Thursday from Ashland. He says
all Rogue rivor valley people are
looking towards Klamath County
and aro bound to got here if they
LnxiUlvo llromo Quinine Tablets niovo tho
bowels stonily, rollovos tho cougli, ouros tho
fovortsh condition nnd hondnoho, making It the
boHt nnd QUlokost roinorty air ooughs, oolds
nnd lu grlppo. euros In ono dnj. "No oure,
nopny." l'rloo SBl cents. Forsnlo by Btrnng
It Is understood Mint tho Union Pa
olllo naid tho Oregon Short Lino are baot
of the Utah & Pooiflb, and aro onglu wi-itif
Its way throngh tho Paeiflo ooast Loi
Angeles, (Jul., being tne prosniaaule Ob'
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
WQYAl WKIWO XWWI
Itetsey Ann Again Heard From.
My Dkkb Kd: Oust more on
this side ov tho luthor ulace, I've
bin promittod tu skribbte yor a fu.
lines tu let yer no az Eye hadeut
forgot yor happit smiles. Ize bin
gitting yer paper and Ize mit.v wel
pleezed with the nuze yor put in it.
I seed in one ov yer isshuos wher
John Hardin and Shortly Hummel
tin bad baby boys, and Goorg Davis
the growserman htz bin watohen
em, and found out the sokrot, and
sed tha had bin swiping appls, and
1'roloHsor Hkoncum told me heed
bet teneBs ohickaman that Goorg
tin, koiumonsed swipin afore'lbis.
Suy, lid., iz that the same John
Mardm az waz up ter MuKuller-
steers springs with Kame and
Hembbry last fall? If it tiz, I
would liko ter toll yer what Mrs.
w right az lives at Lake K.reeic
bridge Wild me for a fackt. Sez she,
' Uuttsey, Ize got a good joke on
Kume and the tuther fellers," and
I prom mist not tu tell. She sed
the in fellers kum up ter McKaller
steers springs tu hunt and they got
2 deer and put thorn on a pole, and
in the uite somptliing kum and eat
ine ov tho deer up so they wont
and told the nabers tu ty up ther
kunines for tlior waz a kugar in the
woods and they waz a going to
mimalooeo it if it kum back agin.
When nite kum Hembbry sot on a
stole in the t-nt watcliin; bout mid-
into bang went the gun, and down
the rode went Mr. Fry's dog with a
lode ov shot in hiz jaw, howling
like thunder. Mrs. Wright sez
ther ought to be a law past to pro
hibit sitty folks from hunten be
knzo they kant tell tbe difference
betwest dogs and painters. Sez she,
"Thar iz not a woman on tbe kreek
but what noze better than that.''
Soy, my deer Ed., I seed in the last
esBue ov yer valuble paper, that the
barbers of Medford are most angels
Tha ar temperate and moral, and
it waz Eumpthing unuBual fer to
see barters temperate. Ize been in
Medford lots ov times but az I
don't Bbave I have no occashun to
make thar acquaintance, but I waz
jist thinken if thoy waz any more
temperate than editors, Meaiora
ainzht to vote the who! biznees a
Yours az ever,
ha Vim Know
rnnallmnlinn in nrnvnntf.tllo? ScLetlCO
has proven thai, and also that neglect
is suicidal. The wnral cold or cough
can be cured with Sblloh'e VJougn ana
lliintiiinntlnn flnpfl. Rnlrl Oil nOSittve
irunruutee for over fifty years. Sold by
Unas. Strang, arugtrist.
Klond'kers Ask Qovernment Relief.
Seattle, Wash., Jan. 8. Accord
ing to late advices from Dawson
the United States government will
be called upon to relieve indigent
miners in the Klondike.
Tbe Dawson Nugget, under dote
of December 7, says there
strong movement on foot at Dawson
to send a representative to ash
ington for the purpose of enlisting
the United States government in
the cause c( aiding in remedying the
great distress which prevails among
the minors of the Yukon. The hos
pitals are overcrowded with indi
gents, and the finances of those in
stitutions will not allow ot any
more wholesale charity. The Yukon
council declares itself already out'
of funds to care for the indigent
sick. Donations for the care of the
siok come in regularly, but in small
amounts, while at this present mo
mont nothing less than .$9000 per
month will come anywhere near
taking ordinary care of the poor
fellows without money or property,
The dreaded sourvy has made its
annearance. and none but those
oonneoted with the hospitals know
of its extent.
The fact is that the amount of
distress here has outgrown the total
charity of the place, and nothing
less than $200,000 will relieve the
distress of this winter. Food i
here in plenty, but it takes money
to buy it. A memorial will be sent
tc Washington asking congress to
San l'Vimoisco mint ooinago (or De
cember, lslis, was tho largest ovoi
recorded: Donble-englos, $3,058,000
Bugles, 8(11)0,000; hulf-cacrlos, $503,600;
half-dollars, l 11,000; dollars, $300,000.
j total, IO,(t;i!,000.
CO., W VfWK,
PACIFIC COAST NEWS.
ITEMS OF INTEREST PICKED FROM
THE WEEK'S DI8PATCHE8.
A Tan-Hour Work ly Wut-l For
I.umlirmtn Tho Bttn Sehoooor
Prutffutlim Lot' Suildon Knd of tb
Oir of Kal City.
The Oregon legislature
Holiday noon at Bulem.
Henry Matthows, a California plon
wir of 1840, died at Oakland recently.
John D. Bardwell, a well known pion
eer merchant of Sau Francisco wus
found dead lu his bod last week.
The first of tho new lino of fust traina
from New York reached Sun Francisco
Thursday. Tha trip betweeen tho two
cities was mode iu 07 hours and SS
Several officers of the First California
regiment are to receive recofniizntion
for gallantry at tho battle of Manila by
promotion. ' ,
A poll is to be taken of the Eigth Cali
fornia regiment to ascertain whothei
tho regiment will bo nuutered out oi
see service iu the Philippines.
An oxlosion occurred a few days age
on the steamer Mcrren while she was
lying at Antioch. Two men were seri
Frank J. French, a well known attor-
of Suu Francisco, committed suicide
last weok while in a tit of despond
on c v.
Lawrence Martinez has been sent
enced to serve 00 days in prison foi
Illegal flailing in the Russian river.
A draft ot 03 men for Dewoy's fleet
reuched Vallejo a few days ago from
tho east. They will be seut to Manila
Ten Spanish priests arrived at San
Francisco from Mauila last week. They
fled from the Philippines to escape the
WTUth of Ajjuinoldo and his followers.
They are on the way to Panama.
Frank Kairle, a section hand, was shot
dead us he lay atdeop at Paulsens, on the
Sierra road, by Frank Bend. The men
luul quarreled the c- "ling before, and
after both wont to bed Brond stole ovoi
to Kagle and shot him dead.
Walter W. Reasons, o.!?ed 10, was kill
ed at Hanford, Co)., while leading twe
horses with halter ropes tied together.
Tho horses became frightened nnd ran
around him and thou pulled iu opposite
directions. Roasoas died within an
A young man named Phineas Barkct
was drowned near Walker's wharf at
Rio Vista. Barker and two other men
wero crossing from " Grande island t
Ryer in a skiff, which capsized. Twc
of the party were rescued by a mau
named Godtles, but Barker had Bunk be
fore assistauco arrived.
Sheriff Tom Cunningham of Son Joa
qnin county who has been continuously
iu ofiico since March 4, 1872, retired S
few days ago having declined to Ion get
ask for re-oloction. His retirement from
the office ho has so long filled was mark
ed in the superior court by the present
ation of silver sets, and court was after
word adjoined to give to many friende
an opportunity to express their regrets
to the veteran officer. He was also pre
sented with remembrances by his
deputies and the police department.
Ouptain H. Kingston, one of the pion
eer mariners of the coast, died at hit
home iu Eureka from the effects of a
stroke of paralysis, with which he was
afflicted about six weeks ago. He was
70 years of one.
The Japanese cruiser Chitose, built
by the Union Iron works at Sau Fran
cisco fulfUod the greatest expectatiom
of her builders when sho snooessfully
completed tho natural drnusht trial in a
droves' Tastoloss Chill Tonlo is porteot
mnlnrlal llvor and blood purffler. Removes
btlloAsnoss without purging. As ploasnnt as
lemon syrup. Tt ts as largo as any dollar tonic
and retails for 60 cents. To got the genulno
nslt for Grovos'. For snlo by Strang, the druggist.
Antwtr- a Uw qu9ttion and gtt a Ma treatment free. ft
sr - vlv .
am alSkm. anil
Art you wak9
mrt Horn long t
Do you ha pain 9
Wher 9 How long t '
Do tour nt blur 9 Whan 9
Doyoutlttpatnight? Horn long?
Aro you conitipatd9
Antwer tho auottion ani a tpookl
w ( V X.
trial trtatmont mill bo prtparoi and ont
torou by mail froo. fou tak no ohaneo.
T STOCKTON STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO. CAU.
six hours' continuous run and main
tained for that length of time a speed oi
31.48 knots per hour, when the con.
tract required 20.fi.
Patrick O'Connor, a section hand ot
Ish Angole- was found (lend at West
'j lend ilu, so in days ago. A bullet holt
was found It. his head. It is supposed
he was murdered and placed on the
mil road trie k so that a train would pa.-t
over the body and destroy evidence of
Charles A. Fosknor, comity treasurer,
of Lassen comity, died at HusnnviUe,
from an overdose of morphine adlmis
tered by himself. Mr. Forkner retnrned
from Sacramento the night of his death,
whore he ha1 been to make a settlement
with the state, and the supposition is,
being troubled with sleeplessness, ho
took the morphine in hopes of getting
Among the bills to be introduced soon
will bo one providing a ten-hour day for
men working in tho timber districts and
in lumber mills. The bill will bo intro
duced by Assembly man Sanford of
of Mendocino, who fays that at present
men in tho Mendocino forests have to
put in twelve hours a day at the hardest
kind of labor. Sanford secured the
passago of a hill at the last session com
pelling lumber compuiies to pay their
employes in cash iiiHfead of in orders on
corporation stores, fttuford also has a
bill appropriating 17,000 for additional
buildings for the Uk'ah Insane asylum.
An iron smelter nnd foundry is talked
of at Diego, Cub, in connection with the
new Japan-China steamship line.
The steam schooner Protection from
Seattle with a cargo of coal for San
Francisco foundered off Tillamook rock
on the evening of December 31st. But
one was lost and that was in an attempt
to lower a boat from the Protection after
it had been determined to abandon her.
The vessel was heavily leaden and a
southeast gale caused her to ship watei
and sink. First Engineer Carver was
knocked overboard and lost.
The WashibHton legislature assembled
W. F. Bastain, a Virginian, 60 yean
of ago, died at the San Joaquin county
hospital from voluntary starvation. He
refused to cat and resisted all attompu
made to keep him alive by forcing liquid
food into his stomach. From the time
of entering the hospital until his death
the patient did not once speak.
The supervisors of Amador county
have insrncted the district attorney tc
commence suit against ex-Assessor
Brown and his bondsmen for the re
covery of nearly 12500 which the audi
tor alleges is due from him on account
of state and road, poll and personal
property taxes o 1898.
An agent of the Crockett Beet Sugar
factory has been making contracts with
farmers iu the neigborhood of Stockton
to raise sugar beets. He claims to have
secured 6000 acres. The company will
put in 1200 acres near New Hope. The
agent has secured over 6000 acres in
other counties in the San Joaquin valley.
Tho county of Fresno has just received
$747.13 from Insurance Commissioner
Olnnie to be distributed, among the
towns for the purchase of fire apparatus.
The mouey comes from the payment oi
premiums from foreign insurance com
panies. Aak your
' for a generous
Ely's Cream Balm
ctfnUina no cocaine,
ra-rcarjr tmr any other
It U quickly Abtorbed.
Gives Keiief at once.
Tt opens and elnns
Ilmls and Protect the Membrane, Heatores the
Senea of Taxte and Smell. Full SiaeWc.; Trial
kiize 10c. ; at 1.n?"tats or 17 imilL
ELVC BROTUBUS.M Warren Street New York.
A big yield of both
prqht ana satisfaction
will result if yon plant
Thr are nlwnre the best
Do nut ucwpt nnr substl
tulo buy none but Ferry',
sold by all dealers. Write for
the Wtfeed Annual free.
D.M.FERRY ft CO., Detroit, Mich.
is free. The questions are asKea, as no two question
th tnAatmunt must be oreoarea soe
tpocial troatmont mill oo preparoa tor
..... t m
If you tuffor from Mtrvout Debility,
LOIIOO. Loot mannooa, emissions, mai- i
anoholy, Uizzy spoilt, opott oarers rn
Eyos, Sfooprottnoot, you ougn m got a
tOOCIOI troatmont. HO parent mow-
tpvvim, iivuim..,!. " r
Pino, out a earOtUlly preparoa
t.ntmnt Evan man ean harm
a trial troatmont froo. Tbow
tando ham boon eurod,
and thoy write in black
and WnltO Saying to.
and got a trial
mm VZC .
But it can not be oured by sprays,
washes and Inhaling mixtures whfoh
rench only tho surface. The disease is
in the blood, and can only be reached
through the blood. 8. a. a. s the onlr
remedy which oan have any effect upon
Catarrh ; it cures the disease perma
nently and forever rids the system of
very trace of the vile complaint.
HIM Jotia Own, of Montpolter, Ohio,
writes: "1 was t
fllewd from -Infinor
with Catarrh, and no
on eaa know ths
suffering It producoa
better than I. Tnn
sprays and washvs
prescribed by the doe
tors rellered me only
though t need them
oonitantly for tea years, the disease had a
Srmer bold than ever. 1 tried a number of
blood remedies, but their mineral lagredlenM
settled In my bones and gave me rheumatism
I was In a lamontable condition, and after ex-
bauitlngatl treatment, was deolared Inonreble,
Seeing 8. 8. S. adrertleed as a ears for blood
diseases, I decided to try It. As soon as my
system was under the effeot of the raedlolne,
I began to Improve, and after taking It for
two months I was eared oonipletely, the
dreadful dlseaas waf eradleated-from my sys
tem, and I hare had no return of It."
Many have been taking local treat
ment for years, and find themselves
worse now than ever. A trial of
will prove it to be the right remedy
for Catarrh. It will cure the most ob
Books mailed free to any address by
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. -
The following are the prices Dald bv
our merchants this week for farm pro
duce. This list will be changed each
week as tbe prices change:
Flour 11.50 per 100 lbs
Mill Feed 00c " " "
Potatoes, 75c " " "
Eggs, 20 per doz
Butter, 20 per lb
Beans, drv ,. .02 " lb
Bacon 09 " lb
Hams 12i " 1st
Shoulders, 07 " lb
Lard .,..10 lb
Hogs live ...03i " lb
1)ERSUANT to an execution fastied oat or
ibe Circuit Court ot the State of Oregon,
for tbe County of Jackson, od the 30th day of
December, torn, upon a Judgment duly rendered
la said court on the fiOih das of December, 18)3,
in ravor of Mary Miller, plaintiff, and against
John Slzemore, defendant, for the sura of
four thousand eight hundred sixty-alx dollars
(M), with interest thereon at the rate ot 10
per eent per annum from December 80, 1B08, and
the further sum of one hundred dollars (1100)
attorney's fees, with Interest thereon at tbe
rate of 0 per cent per annum from the 20tn day
of December, 1898, and whereas, il was ordered.
adjudeed and decreed .that the murtgage meu
tiooed Id plain! ifTft complaint be foreclosed and
the mortgaged premises described therein, to
wit: The north one-half of northwest one-fourth
of sectlou Si, commencing at tbe township line
at the northwest corner of section 31 In town
ship 3 south, range 9 west, and running thence
souiu cnains. inence east tu., oubiub,
thence north 90 85 chains and thence west 40.70
chains (o place of begtunlng, containing 83.it
acres, also the west one-half of the northeast
one fourth of sectional, known as the Button
Slace, containing 80 acres, and the east one
alf of the northeast one-fourth of section L,
end the west one-half of the northwest one-
fourth of section 32, containing leo acres, known
us the Morgan ranch, all In townfthip 35 souib,
range 2 west of Willamette Meridian, in Jack- .
bon County, State of Oregon. I am commanded
to levy upon and sell said premises aforasutd,
a by law made and provided, to satisfy tbe
said judgment, Interest, attorney's feea and ac
cruing costs, I will sell as the law directs, at
the front door of the court house of said county
In the Town of Jacksonville, Oregon, on
Saturday. February n. 1899,
At the hour of a o'clock p. m., the real property
above described in said order ot sale.
Alex. Or me.
Sheriff of Jackson County. Oregon.
Dated at Jacksonville, Ore., Deo. 31, 1898.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land office at Roseburg, Oregon, Deo 31, 1808.
Notice Is hereby given tbaf the following;
named settler has Bled notice ot his Intenttoa
to make nnal proof In support ot bis claim, and
that said proof will be made before W. S.
Crowell. county judge of Jackson County. Ore
gon, at Jacksonville, Oregon, on January 2o,
RUBEN E. PEYTON,
On H. E. No. ma, for the clt neK. nel se!4,
seo 20; swt nwW4, see 21; tp S3 s, r 2 east.
tie names ine loitowtng witnesses 10 provu
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz:
J. F. DHsworlh, Joseph Pbipps, Frank Man
ning and J. H. Bonsum, all of Leeds, Oregon.
J. T. Bfidoes, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land office at Roseburg, Oregon, Deo. 91, 1898.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before W. S.
Crowell, County Judge of Jackson County, Ore
gon, at Jacksonville, Oregon, on January 98,
Ruben E. Peyton, boIo surviving heir ot
Nanoy Elizabeth Sullivan, deceased,
On H. E. No. 7691, for the vt sw4 seo 16; nhi
avt)i, seH nwH seo 21, tp 83 s, r 'I east.
He names the following witnesses to provo
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
T O tl,o.ntli laianti tllilnnit fiHinlr Ukh
oi.saia mnu viz:
. nine and J. H. Bonsum. all of Leeds. Oretron.
! J- t. bkidoeb. Resister.
Lan(1 mce ,t RoseourKi oregon.Beo. as. isos.
nonce is nereDj given mat me loitowtng
.mod settlor h fifed nollca of his Intention
to make final proof In support of his claim, and
1W prool will be mado before the Register
'aQa Reoelver u. 8. Land omce at Roseburg,
Oregon, on February 4, 1800, vis:
FRANCIS 51. CENTER,
sec 4, tp 87 s, r 1 east.
hi8 continuous- residence upon and oultlvatlon
01 said i,no, viz:
Aaron wvland. of Wnllnn. Oroiron: Frank K..
Bybee, of Jacksonville, Oregon; James Rum
moll, ot Climax, Oregon, and Fred Stlmpson.of
J. T. BniDOKS, Register
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HUf sCIUHIKB CO.. iropa. Cleveland. Ohl j
For sale by O. H. Hasklns, Medford.
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