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VUI I C271M.UG.IIZ 'i
Kliirlu I'ulnt Moifluta,
IIY A. C. IIOWI.K1T.
Lilt CUllllllllH IlIlK l)UOI) lliU gUUHt
of Job HiiiW lliu IiihI woult,
M. U. Wood Iiiih uruti'd u now
dwolliiiK Iioiihi) on liin I'm m,
Mm. Floyd Puuruu, of Foroal
oruolf , roturuud houiu IuhI Saturday.
Delburt TurrilI'M liiirnoH run awuy
IuhI wuolc uud uluiOBt deimilmlKid
II, It. Mintor tout out of bin work
home IuhI wuvk. Tbe homo uotod
llioiiuli it liud a Htoko of puruly
nit. Mm. June Huillh urnvod from
Yrnita Huturduy u be ul tliu bod
Hldu of hur iiiothur, Mm. Juuu
Woolcy, who 1h quile nick.
Mr. und Mrs. Goo. liuoknthorn
Hindu u liUHiiii'HH trip to Mud ford
lust Kriduy, ruuirning on Saturday.
Our (Nioplo will ro lu Mvdlord in
Hpitu of tlio mud and ruin.
Ilolxirl Potior and Win. CompUm
Htnrtod for tlio Elk crook milieu lunt
Friday.. Tliuy imiuiii to bo having
troublu with a i'orllund man who
iimiiU upon working tlio claim for
In my laat I Hinted that Mr. Mo-it-c
wh fending in a fuud yard on
the miuth .ido of Little Uuttu, but
iimumd of thin, bo rontud tlio traot
of land liiyitin nlon tlio crook, of
J. J. Fryur, for a rooU.yara.
JIarry Carlton, who ha been at
Lot AiiKulea ftouking ouiployinont,
ri'Uirned homo wook boforo hint. He
repurU bumncaa in that auction of
the country very dull ami mat me
country in Buffering for want of
There was a largo crowd in our
town luHl Saturday. Among whom
were T. IC. Niuhola, Delherl Terrill,
Aaron Hook, Joo Kiloy, Mr. Hrown
A. UiiU, John Hart, K. It. Mintcr,
and a hunt of olhora all anxioua to
get Tiik Mkhkoiid Mail.
There wuh a Hurpriao birthday
party at l'rof. A. L. HiizoUoii'b one
night IiihI week. A nu inner 01 tne
young folk, many of them bin old
pupilH, met and lu-d a candy pulling
ana a uod time ueuerally. Prof.
II. and hia good wife know juat how
to entertain the young folk no they
can enjoy tliHiiiBolvea.
Mm. John Aahpolo received word
Inn Friday that her mother, Mr.
Kliiiou, living near I'orllnnu, nail
Hiroke of naraly.U and was very
low. MrH. A. left on Saturday s
train to bo at her bedriule. Mrs
Kliiion ifl quite ngi'd but her many
friendM in ilmee phrtR ninoorely hope
that aha will recover.
Quito a n II ill bur of the largo toys
of our aohool anoured two tenon
and picka and shovela und made a
good gravel walk from out town to
l'rof. Hazelton a residence, and ill ho
a good crossing on the road so that
the children can get irom uiohouooi
bouse to tho Bidewaik. llicy do
serve a great deal of credit for thoir
Miss Nettie Cooke, tho pupil
selected by Miss Anna Jeffrey to
take charge of the primary depart
ment of tho school, oommonosd her
work on Monday of Inst woek. The
leading lawyer of our town made
the discovery that il she wna al
lowed to teach tho primary depart
ment without a certificate, that our
sohool district would bo disorgan
iced and we would lose our nppor
tionment of publio money; so on
Tuosday morning the scuta and
deska wore moved back again to
the old school house and Miss Nettie
has been touching thore in the same
room with Prof, buvaao. llio ell
rectors are now blaming themselves
for making tho hasty mov,. but
Miss Nettie is getting along nicely
with her department ol the sohool
and la vory popular with tho 01111
Malaria DroiluuoH woiiIiiiomh, Bonerul iloblllly,
blilnumuM, lout ol niiollte, Inrtlm nllon anil
eonatlpallnn. Uidvoh' Taaloluaa Olilll Tonlo
ntmovttn tho oauHu wbloli produous Uicho trou
bles. Try It uud you will bo ilollBlitoil. ISO
oonu. To itol tlio H-inuIno auk (or (iroven'
For iialo by Strang, tlio druiralal.
C. A. Edmonson, of Tolo, oalled
in town Monday while en routo to
J.' A. Miller reports snow on Pool
money-back tea and
baking powder at
hill to be about einhtueo lnoke
deep, ' '
Ifiilim Martin, who bus been vis
iting at her home, near Lake Creek,
Una returned and resumed her
studios In the soliool hero.
CIiiih. (titiidull. with his tvituoi)
and loam through rain and sloughs
of wutor, Huou'eodud Huuday In mak-
n K the trip Irom Lost oreek via.
Urownsboro to lOaglo Point.
V. Combest, who has been foed-
ug cattle, for A. Nichols at Willow
.'rairio, returned here Friday. He
reports plenty of snow in that lo
cality but stock are doing well.
J no. Compton, while attempting
to drive to Medford Monday, had'a
run away, upsetting his buggy and
breaking the tongue Ihorofrom.
Fortunately, bo succeeded In catch-
ag the team and brinulnir tbem
back with but little other injury.
You Try it.
If Slilloh'a Couuh and Consumntliin
Cure, whloli la sold (or the small pi-lee
of ii'i els., 50 oU. and 1100, doea not cure
take the bottle baua and we will refund
your money, Hold for over lifty yeara
on th la g-iiuraiiUm. 1'rlou 'Hi ola. nod
AO via. bold by Uliua. Hlrung, drUKKiat.
n v wild mi.t..
Htook la doing well on the range
yet In this locality.
Mrs. It. W. Gray has returned
home from Medford.
The snow still hangs on but it has
been raining for sevoral days.
K. A. rroudfoot is at his mill up
here attending to some business.
There was a pleasant little gather
ing at Mr. Coulhiu's on New Years
Mr. Moore is still improving and
wo hope to soon hear of bis re
The grip and bad colds have been
Koiiib around in this vicinity lor
The mail carrier is having ruther
a hard lime of it since the heavy
tall or snow.
C. W. Skettl is keeping well this
winter ami makes frequent visita
to the mill.
The roads are so bad up this way
that the road supervisor is unable
to take In bis report.
Messrs. JusIub & Hoisao have
dissolved partnership and Mr
Justus is working alone now.
Messrs. Koisao and Tibbetti are
keeping bachelor's hall at the
Skookuni ranch for tho present.
Winter is here in full force now.
There is three feet of snow on the
ground at present, with a prospect
Tlio ourso of uvurworkud womankind,
are quickly ami suroly cured by Karl's
Clover Hoot Tea, tbe (real blood purl-
llor and llaaue bulluur. .rtonoy reiunuea
if not sallafaolory. Prlco ' eta. nod
60 uta. Sold by Chan. Strang, druggist
Klamath County Items.
From tho Republican.
Hay is reported to be selling at
if 7 per ton in the Tulo lake section
Col. J. K. Rankin, tho allotting
agent who has beeu engaged in
allotting tne Klamath reservation
in severalty to the . Indians, con
eluded his work last woo ft and was
in the Falls Saturday en route to
Washington, I). C, where he goes
to make his final report to the do
Fred Molhase came down from
Wood river valley Friday. Mr
Melhase said thoy had about a foot
of snow in their sootiou and that so
far ho had fed out a little over 300
tons of hay to his 1,100 head of
cultlo which he is feeding up there.
Ho brought down 6'1 beet bidos
whioh ho sold for 2 a piece.
Arthur Thomas and ' Dad" Wil
son returned Tuesday from a trap
ping expedition, on the Klamath
below Kouo, with a line lot of furs,
consisting of 40 mink, 1 otter and
2 skunk hides. Uwing to the storms
Mr. Thomas and Mr. Wilson were
forced to abandon their adventure
and oomo homo.
J. L. Yaden, the oricinal con
traotor of the Klamath Falls-Ash
land mail route, came in from Ash'
luud Monday accompanied by his
superintendent. Kobt. Uarrett. Mr,
Yaden, wo understand, has pur
chased new stock for the Hue, aud
has re-established headquarters at
Mitrulo's Midway stables. He will
also establish a station at CIiabo's
five miles below Keno on the Klam
From tho Klamath Falls Express,
J. H. MoNeil, aoting foreman of
the Dorris ranch, was in town won'
dav. He Bavs'thov have 1700 head
ofoattlo on the Miller island and
that thev are wintering well, espe
oiallv owina to the sboltor whioh
the Tulo mursh there offers against
No CureNo Pay.
That Is tho way all druRRl8ts.,'soll Grovoa
TastolonB Chill Tonlo (or malaria, ohllla and
fovor. It I simply Iron anil qulnlno In a taste
Iobs form. Ohllilron lovo It, Adults prcfor It
to bluer, nauHouttnK tonlos. I'rloo, DO oonta
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
hoyi inut.no powpm
Taleut Mews Items.
Uncle David lirower is on the
siok list. .
B. M. Hankous has sold his place
on Wagner creek' to C. H. Phelps.
Born Jan. G, 181)11, to Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Hanson, an eight pound
Mrs. Hub. Coleman is quite sick
with Iuiik fovor. Dr, Harsrave is
Miss Ella Terrill is staying with
Mrs. Matthew Stewart while Mr.
Htewart is at Hulom.
John Volt has gone to California
to look for a location with tbe in
tention of moving down there.
Mmb Hose Harris, of Sisson.Cal.,
and Mrs. tttone, of Ashland, drove
down from Ashland last Friday on
visit to t-iii melt boeson s folks
and returned Sunday morning.
News reached us that K. R. Oat-
man, who went Irom here to San
Francisco last fall, had the mis
fortune to have a partial stroke of
paralysis, and that one of his chil
dren bad been very sick. We un
derstand that they are much better
at the present.
To Cure a Cold la pne Day.
Tako Laxatlvu llrouio Qulnlno Tabloti. All
druKKlats rofuod tho inouoy l( It falls u cure.
A Reply to Betsy Ann.
Bio Sticky, Jan. 15, '!I9.
E.iitob Mail: In your last issue
my valued friend, Betsyannspikes,
tolls of a little hunt participated in
by KJatne and Hardin, of Medfird,
and myself. I notice she says they
killed two deer, and then goes on
to show bow Hembree killed the
dog. Now the fact of the matter is
that Hembree killed both deer, and
it was clearly proven that he was
the only one in the crowd who
could hit a dog at twenty-tour feet;
besides he was detailed Kt kill it.
But, say, there was another little
ncident of that trip that Betsyaun
did not tell. When we started on
that hunt Kame bad a bis jus
bioh had a smell peouliar to jugs,
and Hardin was armed with one
of those small, flat bottles you get
up on the corner and carry in your
inn pocaet. jonn said it was lor
medicine, his stomach's sake, etc
When we started home said .flask
was empty, so John filled it with
soda water, and after driving the
oork in tightlv. placed it in his
pistol pocket. We had driven down
Uutte oreek as far as tbe Hanlev
ranch, when there was an explosion
in the back of the hack Tike a dozen
Chinese bombs let off at once, and
Hardin fell to tbe bottom of the
wagon with the cry, ''I am shot."
Kama and I assured him that
neither of our guns bad been dis
charged, but all we could get out.
of him in response was, ''I am
killed. Hembree has shot me :
n leel tbe hot blood running
down my hip." Upon investigation
we found the cork had blown out
of hia bottle and the soda, as it run
down the inside of his trousers, was
mistaken tor blood.
As I was the only ono who had
killed anything on the trip, of
oourse John swore I had shot him
also. Now, I may not be able to
tell a dog from a panther, but
oan tell soda water from blood.
John has never told this, but
thought you should know it.
W. H. HuMniiEB.
Around Mt. Rainier.
This mountain Is '.he grandest In the Uulted
States. It Is more than 16.000 root high, Is
oovored with Ico and snow, has beautiful parks
and noble foroats at Hb baao, and Is much fro-
quonled by camping partlos, tourists and
Some jours ago tho Northorn Paolflo Railway
titled out a parly that asoondod tbe mountain
to Us highest point. An article In Wonderland
08, dos.-rlbos some oxporlonces of tho party In
ourap llfo at Paradise Park. This mountain
trip Is auro to become Increasingly popular,
oapoolally to thoao who make Puget Sound a
thuatro for vaoatlon trlpB, and such will be
Intorostod In this ohapior.
Bond Chun. 8. Fee, Ml. Paul, Minn., stx cents
lor Wonderland 'tis and you oan road about It
Smallpox is reported to bo prevailing
at Mojnvo Oal.
Lloutoimut-Oolonol W. J. Fife and
Captain M. E. Ellrioh of tho First
WashinKtou resiinout are trader arrest
mid ooufiimul to thoir quarters at Ma
nila. Thoy will be tried by court
mai-tiiil under tho (11 article of war for
conduct unbecoming au officer and
Kciitlonum. Tlio ciiarans inclnclo drnult
onnosss and ounsing nieinbors under
thoir command to become intoxicated.
Tlio Portland, Or,, water oommittoo
provisos to install and maintain au
eleoti'lo plant of sufUeieut capacity to
light tlio city. The city now uses 70U
oro lights of 200t) wndlo-powor each
and 037 lnciuidoscont liuniia of 30 caudle
oo,, m torn. '
PACIFIC COAST NEWS.
ITEMS OF INTEREST PICKED FROM
THE WEEK'8 DI8PATCHE8.
A Ship Tarns Over Id Tinna Hay .
M oka, dairying With llor Klalitxaa
Man A N'nrn of Hnh.ul Children Nnr
lowly Kavupo finatU.
The proposition of bonding the city
of I'e Uil m nu for tho purpose of buying
water works will noon be voted ou at a
Bvaoave-in at the Franklin tunnel,
six miles from Piuolo 80 men were
lieiiiiuod lu uud Unruly escaped with
There are 4000 miin employed in the
quicksilver mines of California.
Tho tulophone lino operatl between
IiiviugustoQ, Mout., and Sun Diego,
Cut., is the longest in the world. Ita
length is 2161 miles.
Klnndiko minors are winding their I
gold to Ban Francisco direct, rutber
thuu mtronize Dawson banks. The:
bank's charges are too high.
The Oregon Railroad and Navigation
company's station at Pendletou, Or.,
was destroyed by Ore a few aays ago.
Ronorts from the mining sections are
to tho effect thau there will be plenty of
water this year for mining purposes.
There are but 180 reindeer leitoi tagoollapaod. Had school been in pro
700 imported to Alaska by the govern-; M ftU w011ia boen ifjjj
ment. The majority ol the neau aioa i
Thnrn is a nroieot OU foot to PUt tlltO i
operation an immense pumping plant to
irrigate 10,000 acres adjacent to the old
Wooubnugo canal in oau o"'"
San FrunoiBCO DOOnle are UOW Served
with gas at the rate of 11 per thousand
foot by a new company. The light is ,
equally good as the old company a
which charged 1.70 per thousand. I
Mrs. Edward Mauley of Plymouth, j
Aniador county, shot her husband twice ':
one day last week. Both bullets took :
effect, causing slight rwounds. AO,
motivofor tho ahootiug is known.
, n. wt.n ftn '
Francisco aud Los Angeles within eight i
It is probable that the Eighth Cali
fornia regiment will bo mustered out of
service within a month.
T. T. Goer was inaugurated governor
of Orogon last week. The inaugural
ceremonies wore of the simpUst char'
The forest reserve lines In California
are to bo readjusted. Some important
changes are to be made..
The Southern PaciftVs fast owl train,
that runs bat ween San Francisco and
Los Angeles, was derailed by running
foil si wed into a band of sheep at
Ignmor, a small station between Milton
and Los Bauos in the San Joaquin
valley. Engineer William Woods of
Oakland wus killed and his fireman
slightly injured. No passengers were
W. J. Miller, Mrs. Addle Wilson and
Mrs. Elizabeth Dickinson were arrested
at Suisun a few days ago, charged with
tho the murder of Daniel H. Wilson in
October, 1896. Mrs Wilson is the
former wife of the murdered man.
Miller is her brother and Mrs. Dickinson
hur mother. All three protested their
Captain J. J. Nilor, - United States
army, has received the official docu
ments placing him in charge of the
engineer work of the war department in
Southern California. . Captain .Niler ex
pects that work ou the Sau Pedro
harbor will be begun in April.
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, move the
bowols gently, relievos the cough, oures the
feverish condition and heartache, making It tho
best and qulokest remedy for coughs, colds
and la grippe. Cures In one day. "No oure',
no pay." Price ' oents. For sale by Strang
Jniwar a ftm outttiont and gt a trial trtatmant fnt.a, H
are aim. ant
Whortt How long 9
Do you hart paint t
Mahttwtattt How of ton f
Do your tyot blur f Whon?'
Oo you tlttp at night t Horn long 9
Art you eonttipatod9
Antwtr thtto outttitnt ana" a tptotal
Wm.WmTA W 1
.1 I JTm
m. i r
trial treatment will ho prepared and tent
to you by mail fret. You take no ohanoet,
DR. J. H. HUDSON,
T STOCKTON BTREET, !
AN NtANCtaCO. CAL.
The transport Senator arrived at Ban
Francisco front Manila lost woek bring
ing the Ast battery and a number of
sick soldlin-s. Tho Astor buttery is ou
its way to New York to be mustered
. Great damage has been done by tho
iuto storms at Yv'nliiioy island, south of
I'etalu'iia. The crops wore ontiruly do
stroyisl, wareh'iiiw s bl(vn vntn
uud the liiroe surrounding tho Island
broken in snvorul places. A large force
of na-u wiut sent to rupuir the damage.
noriiig thesrorm Tuesday Orlando
Virlovich and B. Felauds, Italian fisher
men, put out from Ban Pedro in tho
sloop Guuto to look after thoir nets.
The sloop won capsized and the two
men drowned. ,
A marine disaster, unparalleled in ita
tragic results, (xx-nrred at Tucomu dur
ing a terrific wind squall. Tho British
bark Andeluna tunuid turtle in the har
bor and sank in 141 fict of water. Cup
tola O. W. Htiiliug aud seventeen of his
oflloers und crow were drowned without
a momi-iit's warning. ' An investiga
tion slum's tliat tho Andekma did not
drift utsiut us wus anppriwxt, but simply
cammed and sunk wlmru she lay an
chored. As u:iir us can bo ascertained
she sunk almost instantly.
The moit si-usutioual event which has
ever taken place in Najti ixiunty reached
its climax Txul'.y when ex-Sheriff
Oeorge S. McKomdii was orrosted and
placed in. jail as an accomplice .to the
killing of Alfred Cook, who waa shot
by Jesse Walters on Thursday, Jan nary
5th. The cxronc-r's iory delivered ita
clurgmg the latter with the
Btx of the nino jurors were of
the opinion that McKvuzie was a party
to the ach'-me concocted for doing away
with Uook niiri tree charged him with
being au accessory after the fact. "
During a gale one day last week a
core of children went to attend school
at the Arcade school house in Sacramen
to county. Tbe teacher, did not arrive
and the children started for their homes.
Fire minutes after they left the build
i .1 .1 t
Kranciaoo, blew out his brains with
a pjrtol in hu mom at Rainier
Grand hotel, Seattle It is said that the
act was caused by despondency.
T ninns.n nndnr nrrmt at Baknrs-
neM mrw)e his escape from the jail Sun-
day. He was under arrest charged with
murder, having killed D. M. Cotton,
whom he tried to rob.
George Nock, a six-year-old boy was
struck by an electric car at Los Angeles
ani killed. The wheels passed over bis
body at the waist. The lad was run-
ning across the track and slipped and
fell in front of the car.
The contest over the election of dis-
W"',0"0 ot ?h'&'?mn?
resulted in favor of Campbell (D.), who
beat his' opponent, Palmer (B.), by
In 1888 there were 3388 men engaged
in coal milling in Washington. .
Mine Inspector Owens thinks that un
loss the duty on British Columbia coal
is taken off, tne output of Washington
state during 1899 will double that of
1898, which waa about 1,700,000 tons.
Thousands are Trylag It. '
In order to Drove the ere at merit of
Kir's Cream Balm, the most effective cure
fur Catarrh and Cold in Head, we have pre
pared a generous trial size xor lu oeuta.
liet it ol your aruggist or sena iu cents u
ELY BROS., 38 Warren SL, N. X. City.
I an (Tared from catarrh of the worst kind
ever sinoe a boy, and I never hoped for
cure, but Ely's Cream Balm seems to do
even that. Many acquaintances have used
it with exoellent results. wscar usirum.
15 Warren Ave., Chicago, 111.
Ely's Cream Balm is the acknowledged
euro xor catarra ana contains no cucaine,
mercury nor any injurious drug. Price,
tO oents. At druggists or by man.
..nK.f) Vt'rwAtia thn oort
of caltiTlioo wantd on In'or
urtainavl cot of the bft -oedi to
twliad. The bt ii Iw)tb in
eliaaieL Par trifle more lor
wT(i et yotw tnonee'i i
t ( cem per P
it frea. I lit gutttion ara ailtaa, at no raw qtmmnt
tut traatmtnt mutt e pnearaa tpa-
tpteial traatmtnt mill prtpartt tor
it you tumr rrom narrout uoonny,
LOtiot. Lott mannooa, emwioni, -
ancholr. Uinzr tpoilt. Wit aororo xno
Eyet, sitopiottnott, you ougnt to got a
, j . . m ml- A A i:
IBOOiai tnatmom. na saion movi-
eino, tut a earotuny proparoo
trtatmont. iforymancan nam
a trial troatmont trot, mou
tandt hate been cured,
and thoy write in black
and white taying to.
and get a trial
saV sT .ssssssWBfe.
T W. WWW "Sfc. '
It f AbioliltelT nnflflu tn nrnunt a
Pirgicn! operation to oure cancer, or
my other blood dlseano. Thecrunlfy i
of itirh treatment it Hluiitrated in the
ftUnnlng number of deaths which re 1
ult from It. The disease Is In tfa
blood, and hence can not be out oat.
Nine time out of ten the surgeon's
knife only hastens death.
Irf r aoa had a Boat mAllimnnft Oummv. fne
whioh th dootoni Maid an oDeratloa waa tba
tmiy nop. Taa oper
ation waa a wrrara -
91m t mm wm lacw
lary to eut dowa U
th jawbon ftid
iorapa U. fiefora a
great while tbe Can
oer returned, and be
n to (row rapidly,
s aare Um manv
remediea erithomt re-
Uef, and Inellr,
apon the advtea of a
friend, deotded to
TJ o. B. ,
rpeciDOf, ana win
i eeoond botile he
beaan to improre. After twratjr bottlea had
been tahaa, th Oaneer dUappnerert entirety,
and he wee mired. The mirn mm. m. umiaii i
one. for he le now seventeen ymn old. aad baa
Dvrvr ama eign 01 ue areaatui aisneee ea re
burn. j. n. Mvanooai.
vn anodaraaa Bt,t DaUaa. Texas.
Absolutely the only hone for Canoes
Is Swift's Specific. , 1
M it ia the only remedy which goes
to th. verr bottom of the blood and
force, oat every trace of the disease.
B. S. S. is guaranteed pa rely vegetable,
and oontaias no potash, memoir, or
Books on Canoer will be mailed free
to any address by the Swift Speeifl
Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Tbe following are the o rices nald by
our merchants this week for farm pro
auce. inis list win De enangea eaca
week as the prices onange:
OaU . SO
Flour 11.50 per 100 lbs
Barley 1.25. " " "
Mill Feed ....90o " " "
Potatoes, 75c ' " "
rjggs 20 per doz
Butter,...,.... 20 per lb
Beans, dry,... '. 021
Hogs live 03t
PF.RSUANT to an execution Issued out of
the Circuit Coort of the State ot Oregon,
for the Counvy of Jackwm.on the 30th day of
pecemher. 1m, upon a Judgment duly rendered
tn said court on the 90th da; of December, 1898,
in faTor of Mary Miller, plaintiff, and against
John Slzetnore, defendant, for the sum of
four thousand eight hundred slxty-etx dollars
(S4W), with Id teres i thereon at the rata of 10
per cent per annum from December SO, 1008, and
the further sum of one hundred dollars (1100)
attorney's fees, with Interest thereon at the
rate of 0 per cent per annum from the 80th day .
of December, 18B6, and whereas, it waa ordered.
adjuageo ana decreed tnai tne mortgage men
tloned in plaintiff's complaint be foreclosed and
the mortgaged premises described therein, to
The north one-half ot northwest one-fourth
of section 31. oommenclne at tbe tow ash iD line
at the northwest corner of section 31 In town
ship 3 south, rauge 3 west, and running thence
south .V.85 chains, thence east 40.71 chains,
thence north 90.35 chains and thence west 40.7O
chains to place of beginning, containing 83.84
acres, also the west one-half of the northeast
one fourth of section 31, known as the Button '
place, containing 80 acres, and tbe east one
half ot the northeast one-fourth ot section SI.
and the west one-half of the northwest or?
fourth of section 32, containing 100 acres, knows
ns the Morgan ranch, all In towuship 35 south,
range 2 west ot Willamette Meridian, In Jack
son County, State of Oregon, I am commanded
to levy upon and sell said premises aforesaid, -ae
by law made and provided, to satisfy the
said judgment. Interest, attorney's fees 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. looo. '
At the hour ot 8 o'clock n. m.. the real nroDertr
above described In said order of sale.
Sheriff of Jackson Countv. Oreaon.
Dated at Jacksonville, Ore., Dec. 31, lSOeV
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land office at Rosebura. Oreaon. Dec at. 1S9&
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has Bled notice ot bis Intention
to make final proof In support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before W. 8.
Crowell, county judge ot Jackson County. Ore
gon, at Jacksonville, Oregon, on January 2S,
RUBEN E. PEYTON",
On H. E. No. 7Ktt, for the ne4, ne seK.
sec 20; swi4 nw, sec 21; tp 33 s, r 2 east.
tie names me louowtng witnesses to provo
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz:
J. Ditsworth. Josenh fhinns. Frank Man
ning and J. H. Bonsum, all of Leeds, Oregon.
j. r, jtfPiDOEs, tcegistur.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land office at Rosebura. Oregon. Deo. 31. 1808.
Not 1 03 Is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his Intention
to make final proof in support ot his claim, and
that said proof will be made before W. S.
Crowell, County Judge otJaokson County, Ore
gon, at Jacksonville, Oregon, on January 88,
Ruben E. Peyton, sole surviving heir of
Nancy Elizabeth Sullivan, deceased,
On H. E. No. 7oai, for tbe sw4 sw sec IS; nK
aw, seM nw$4, sec 21, tp S3 s, r 2 east.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of .said land viz:
J. P. Ditsworth, Joseph Phlpps, Frank Man
ning and J. H. Bonsum, all of Leeds, Oregon.
J. T. Bridges, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land offloe at Roseburg, Oregon. Deo. S3, 1898-.V
Notice Is hereby given that the foltowtng
named wttler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his olaim, and
that said proof will be made before Qua New
bury, connty clerk of Jaokson County, Oregon,
at J uoksonvillo, Oregon, on February 4, lW0,
viz: .. i
FRANCIS M. CENTER, ,
Of Wellen, on his H. K. No, 8286, for the se
seo 4, tp 37 s, r 1 east.
He names the following witnesses to provo
his continuous resldenoo upon and oultlvatiou
of said land, Tlzi
Auron Wyland, of Wellen, Oregon; Frank E.
Bybce, of Jacksonville, Oregon; James Rum
moll, of Climax, Oregon, and Fred St tin prion, ot
J T. Bridges. Register .
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