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We can handle briefs a d abstract of this Snmir.oi is Allgust 7th A D. 1908.
work just as weil as any office in tie Dated August 7th A. D. 1908.
Mrs. Flora Wilkinson, of Medford, state.
W R COLEMAN
county clerk of Jackson Count»
formerly Miss Flora Orth. di«.d on the
Miss Fay Sears spent last Saturday
Chris. Kenney and Rav Sexton spent
Oregon, «x-«»rfici<> clerk of the
train at Cottage Grove, yesterday while
and Sunday in Ashland.
Sunday at Colestin.
en route to her home in M dford. The
In The Circuit Court Of The State Of Oregon
Hostetter & Zook are papering the
For The County Of Jaekso. s.-
resturant left the first of the week for burg and placed in casket and will be In the matter of the Application of
office of the district attorney.
new Reo Autmobile
brought no Medford t »morrow. Mrs
in the Circuit Court of the Si ate of Orw«H
Roy Ulrich and Bob Dow spent
C. M. Phester of Medford was at the
Wilkinson hail been visiting in Port Zu lema Kostomlatsk»’ to register title to the
for the County of Juckson,
following described real property situated in
- ♦ «7» -
Dox left today for the
Sunday on Rogue River fishing.
county seat Monday.
in the Ma tter of the Application of
W. J. Warner to register title to the foi-
Sprague Adie nan of Denver Colorado i
Mrs. W. E. Finney visited friends in Klamath I County Hot Springs where
Beginning 1 80 chains East of the North
described real property, situated in
she will I receive treatment for her I n the C ircuit C ourt of Tit S tate west corner of D. L. C. No. 81 in Tp. 37 S„
is visiting his cousin Mr: Stout.
Central Point this week.
i Jackson County. Oregon. to-wit:
of O regon for the C ounty oi ; jack - of R. 2 w.. of the w. M.. and running thence
Beginning at the Northeast Corner of
Mrs. Jay C. Sexton returned from i
E. E. Morrison of Griffin Creek was
North 8.25 chains: thence East 12.48 chains;
! D. L. C. no . 79 in Tp. 37 S.. <>f R. 2 W.. of the
Mrs. D. H. J ackson and daughter has Alonzo Wimer and
her outing on Little Applegate Mon a Jacksonville visitor Monday.
thencsouth 8.25 chains thence West 12.48 chains,
■ W. M.. and running thence South ¡11.Si1
to the place of beginning, containing lO.rp) Acrt s.
Nora Hawey of Gold Hill was a guest returned from Newport where they
Chains t<» the Southeast Comer of said D. L
I C. No. 79: thence East 5.80 Chains: thence
Mr.s E. B. Pickle and daughter, of Minnie Thompson this week.
I North 31.80 Chains: thence West 5.80 Chains
The General Machinery
Adelia, visited with Mrs. R. T. Burnett
Anna Willits and Ru.-h B. Willits, her husband;
Attorney B. F. Mulkey was a busi-
to place of beginning, containing 18.1 lucre;».
Company, a corporation,
For general blacksmithing, go where
Effie Phelps and Ira Phelps, her husband;
ness visitor in .Medford Tuesday.
Also: Beginning 6.5*’Chains East of the
Charley Tice and Belle Tice, hit wife: Tom
Northeast Corner of D. L. C. No. 79 in Tp.
A large delegation of Jacksonville
To the General Machinery Company, Tice, single: Maggie culver and Melvin
Vance Colvig is compounding light terial. There are many grades of iron
1 37 8.. of R. 2 W.. of the W. M.. and running
a corporation. Defendent;
people visited the carnival at Medford drinks at Russel’s confectionery.
Culver, her husband: Hazel Tice, single;
i thence East 6.06 Chains; thence South 16.32
and steele. but Eddy uses the best.
I n the name of the state of ore - Fred Tice and Martha Tice, his wife. Babe
1 Chaains; thence West 6.’*» Chains; thence
Mrs. Chas. Prim and family return
• gon , you are hereby requir ii to answer Tice, single, Nettie Clark and William Clark,
North 16.32 Chains; t > place of beginning,
The supply teem from the Blue ed Thursday from Bybee Springs.
the complaint of the plaintiff filed in her husband; Elmira May cox anti John w.
containing 9.89 acres.
the above entitled court and cause with Cox. her husband; Eva Naylor and Melvin
Ledge mine was in the Wednesday for
W. T. Grieve assessor elect was in attending to some legal buisness. Mr. in ten days from the service of this
Naylor, her husband; Amelia Wilson and a .
Margaret 1 ice; WalterTice. Anna Willits; Bu-I
Summons upon you, if served within M. Wilson, her husband; Mary L. Davison,
Jacksonville on business this week.
E. L. Jones,of the Blue Ledge dis
B. W.llit»; Effie Phelps: Ira Phe!ps;Charle%
Jackson County, Oregon but if served single; william E. Davison, single; Annie
The Hon. County court of Jackson irer in his city than it was here.
Tice. Belle Tice: Tom Tice; Maggie Culver;
tribt was a buisness visitor at tile
within anv other County in the Stateof Jackson and w. H. Jackson, her husband;
I county is in regular session this week.
Melvin Culver: Hazel Tice; Fred Tice; Martha
Jack Wood ane wife of Portland are Oregon, then within twenty days from Fred E. Davison, single: Mary a . Davison, a
county seat Monday.
Tice Babe Tice: Nettie (’lark; William Clark;
date of the service upon you, or if per widow; Joseph Taylor and Louisa Taylor,
Earl Jackson of Ashland visited re
Elmira May Cox; John W. Cox; Eva Naylor
sonally served upon you outside the his wife; Joseph H. Taylor, single; Thomas
Melvin Naylor; Amelia Wilson: A. M. Wilson:
latives in Jacksonville Sunday and Jacksonville, on business Wednesday. Jacksonville. They w ill take a trip in State of Oregon, then within six weeks L. Taylor, single; Louis H. Meigs and Mar»
Mary I.. l av son; W iliam E. Davison: Annie
T. J Kenney spent Wednesday at the mountains with Mr. Mrs.Deniff be from the date of such service and if E. Meigs, his wife; J. a . Smith and Mary J.
Monday of this week.
Jackson; W. H. Jackson; Fred E. Davison;
served by publication thereof then on Smith, his wife; C. E. Werst. single: and
Charley Reams returned to Berkley Colestin with his wife anil daughter. fore returning to Portl and.
or before the last day prescribed in the All whom it may concern,
Mary A. Davison; Joseph Taylor: Louisa;
John Louden of Applegate was trans
order for the publication of Summons
Taylor: Jt seph H. Taylor; Thomas; I.. Taylor.
Cal. Sunday after spending several
nd All \\ horn it may Concern,
weeks in Jacksonville visiting relative. acting buisiness in thiscityt Wednesday. CITY DADS MEET
To WalterTice. Tom '¡'ice, Maggie Culver. Mel."'n
D. 1908. and if you fad to appear and culver.
Attention is called to the Ashland
F. M. Rountree has finished ((has.
AM) TALK WATER answer within the time required, the Eva Naylor. Melvin Naylor, Amelia Wilson, A. M.
plaintiff will apply to the court for the Wilson, Fred E. Davison. C. E. werst, and all That on the 7th day of August. A. D. 1918. and
Nickel’s house and is now setting up Commercial College “Special” in this
The City Board of Trustees met ! relief
prayed for in his said complaint, whom i. may concern. Defendants:
A ppi cat on was filed by said W. J. Warner in the
an engine for James Koch on Thomp issue.
Tuesday in regular session and discuss to-wit:
Circuit Court of Jackson County, Oregon, for
In the name of the state of Oregon. You. and
Robert Bond and wife of Forest ed many matters of importance to the
That a certain Mortgage of record in each of you, are hereby required to appear and Initial R< gistration of the land above describe«’.
Miss Frances Barnes of Portland Creek were in the city on business the citizens of this city. Those present Jackson County Oregon, bearing date answer the application filed against, you in the Now unless you appear and answer on or before
December 1st 1895, for $750.00 exe -ut- above entitled cause, which is an action brought the 22nd day of September A. D. 1908, and show
formerly a teacher in the school here first of the week.
were: President Dr. Robinson, G. L, ed
by Thomas ( line and Emma Cline
cause why such application should not be granted,
is visiting friends and relatives of this
C. L. Reams, and sister Nel) and Davis, Fred J. Fick, E. Britt and covering the e!2°f nw'( ofse1! and eC for the purpose of Registering the title to the the same will be taken as confessed, and a decree
above descriced premises, and you are so required
city this week.
Peter Deisi h, spent Sunday at Colestin Recorder Dox.
of s', of sw11 of ne‘4 of Sec. 11 Tp 3j to appear and answer on or before the 22nd day will be entered according to the prayer of the
The cemetery committee was instruct S. R. 1 W. Willamette Meridian Ore- of September. A. D. 1908, and if you fail to so application, and you will be forever barred from
Josh Patterson, county commissoner, springs.
I gon containing .30 acres more or less be appear and answer for want thereof the Plaintiff disputing the same.
of Talent was at the court house on
W. R. Coleman and family will leave ed to make some improvements at the cancelled and satisfied of record and for
Witness my hand and the Seal of the Court
will apply to the court for the relief in said
offi 'ial busness Wednesday and Tqurs- l Tuesday for Dead Indian Springs where cemetery.
further decree of the court quieting tie Application
hereto affixed this 7lh day of August A. D. 1908
and herein demanded. Said Applica
W R < i »I.K.M
day o ' this week.
i they will remain for a month.
tion being now on file in the office of the clerk
described premises, in Plaintiff and of
county clerk of Jackson county,
The various committes have been
I for his costs and disbursements to be
J. A. Harvey of the Jackson County
Oregon, and ex-officio clerk of
Oregon; the date of the order for the Publication
the circuit court.
selected by the Native Daughters for j Abstract Co. of Ashland was in Jack T. Lungren for establishing the grade taxed.
of a sidewalk through Lungre./.i ai di-
the Pioneer Reunion which convenes at sonville on business this week.
This Summons is served by publica
tion to the city.
tion by order of the Hon. H. K. Hanna
Jacksonville Aug. 27th, 1908.
A. E, Reams who has been in Port
one of the judges of the above entitled
Albert Erskine came down from their land on business the past week re
court which said order was dated in
appointed fire wardens.
homestead near ¡’resist the later part turned home Sunday evening.
chambers. August 6th 1908 directing
Smmons to be published in the Jack
of this week fora short visit with his
Mr. Ira Tungate who has been in gate the water supply in Jackson creek sonville
Post a Newspaper of gene, al
parents Mr. and Mrs. Erskine.
the Eileen country for the past week anil Cantrell Gulch reported that only circulation, published in Jackson County,
Wi.l Dana and wife of Grants Pass fighting forest fires returned home
inches of water was ru n ing in Oregon, forsix consecutive weeks from
Wagon work and general repairing
the date of the first publication thereof
have been visiting Jacksonville friends Tuesday.
both creeks. The committee was in which is August 7th 1908. the las publ
drills and all edged tools put in
this week. They expect to leave soon
When in Medford stop at the Emerick structed to employ an engineer to take cation being September 11th 1908 an 1
for Nevada to seek a location.
where the finest of meals are served measurements and find out whether reau res the defendent to appear and
first-class condition at reasonable cost
Mrs. S. J. Day received the sad news and the most corteous attention given. enough water could lie stored in a res answer or otherwise plead on or before
of the death of her father John Mc- Try us and see.
ervoir to supply tne city during the dry tion i f said Summons.
Ghee which occured at his home at
Leslie Stansell will leave Sunday months.
Harvey Miles and Mulkey’
Walla Walla Wash. August 2nd 1908. for Elk Creek where he will remain
The dog tax was discussed and it was
The most skilled horse shoers in the state are at
Attorney for Plaint’ff.
Dr. Ross of Portland who is in charge two weeks, his vacancy will be filled ordered that the tax he collected. To
those who are not familiar witli the dog
of Dr. Hester’s practise dining his by Ephriarn Wilson.
absence was a Medford visitor Wednes
Earl B. Moore was in Jacksonville tax provision we will add that all own
I n the circuit court of - the state
ers of dogs are required to pay to the OF OREGON, IN AND FORTH.': COUNTY OF
day. Dr. Ross may conclude to locate Weilhesday.
in this valley.
marshal $1.25 for each male dog.
Joe Pope of the Braden mine, was in
The following bills were allowed and j In the Matter of the Application of
Mrs. H. L. White of Ashland was in the city Tuesday for supplies.
town this week. Mrs. White has a
‘ John Cox to register title t > the
Merton Elwood of Medford was a
$! 6.90 1 following described real property
fine lace coat valued at $150. which she visitor at the county s al Wednesday. Jacksonville Post
Chris Ulrick ............
48.50 i situated in Jackson County. Oregon,
will raffle off when enough chances
J. P. Wells the county school supren- R. R. Electric Co.
15.55 , to-wit:
Beginning at the quarter Section
dentant left Wednesday for Grants Henry G. Dox........
between Sections 1 and 12 in
Ed Tucker and Clarence Kasshfir Pass.
The bill of the Trail Lumber Co. was Township 38 South of Range 2 West
left Thursday for Cresent City where
J. Clark andG. Schump are spending placed in the hands of the finance com I of the Willamette Meridian, and
thev will seek for employment. W. R. a few days in the city from the Braden mittee.
running thence East 20.00 chains to
the quarter quarter Section corner:
Tucker accompanied them with a team mine.
thence North 12.50 chains: thence
and will return within a few days.
West 10.00 chains: thence North
IL I). Kubli transacted business CHICAGO CAPITALISTS
Family Trade Solicited
10.00 chains: thence West 10.00
Sam Walsh, Oscar Dunford and Don with Jacksonville merchants Wednes-
thence North 10.00 chains
Cameron left Tuesday for t'innebar day.
to the center of the County Road:
(Spei 'al Correspondence.)
springs where they will remain for
thence North 76 degrees 45 minutes
Mrs. Gertrude Norton has
Hon. Austin T. Buxton, of Forest West along the center of the
several weeks rusticating amoung the home after a pleasant visit with Salem
Grove, Master of the Oregon State County Road, 14.94 chains: thence
tall pines of Northern California.
Grange, will personally attend the South 5 degrees West 3.65 chains:
Miss Agnes Broad. Sophenia Demmer,
Mrs. Mary Miller mother of Post Good Roads Conference to be held in thence South lOdegrees 30 minuets
West 16.00 chains: thence South
Mes'rs George Demmer, Paul Demmer master Miller is recovering from her
the Convention Hall of the Portland 5 degrees West 9.29 chains: thence
and Harry Pellet left Tuesday for Squaw recent illness
Commercial Club August 11th. and he South 3 degrees West 7.22 chains
I like where they will remain for a few
George Merritt returned Thursday is anxious that each subordinate or to the Section line between Sections
days, from there (hey will go over to from a months visit in the upper Rogue
I and 12 in said Township and
local Grange in the State send one de Range: thence east on said Section
t'innebar Siskyou County.
legate, amt he requests that such de line 19.00 chains to the place of be
W. E. Whiteside who has been em Joseph Reeve a nitive of Canada legate be named at once and rejairt ginning. containing 91.57 acres.
AH kinds New and Second Hand
ployed by Smith and Molonv of Med arrived this week to visit hisuneleJ. K. made to W. L Crissey, at Portland.
Goods bought and sold. Want
ford took charge of there business here Reeve and family.
H. A. Wheeler. President of the James T. Tucker and Cynthia E.
buy Junk. Old copper and
Miss Lillian Keiser of Ashland is Chicago Credit Clearing Company, a widov, Nancy Smith and George
visiting the sisters of the Holy name and A. I). Stevens, President of the Smith, her husband. Jane Luellen
to h 'Ip
American Silk Company, of the same and Charles Luellen. her husband.
at St. Mary's Academy.
Lovina Burch. Margaret Gorden, a
Father Mattingly. Mrs. Caughthran city accompanied by their families, are widow, Monroe "
<’. P. Briggs came down from from ai’d children lone and Noble left Tues visiting the Pacific Northwest. They Sarah Gordon, his
Butte Fulls Saturday and sold his re day for an outing on Star Gulch.
spent a whole week in Oregon and ex Gorden and Effie Gorden, his wife,
sidence to M. liege the photogriq her
pressed themselves as delighted. They Clara Gorden, single.
Harness Goods for Sale. Sole Leather for Sale
and believing that high-class printing1
will report their ideas of the country Gorden, single, Henry his
and Ora Gorden.
is the lies' means of advertising, left II. D. Kubli, of Applegate, met with to the three thousand Chicago business den
Opposite U. S. Hole
an order in this office for some job a very painful accident Tuesday. Hal men comprising the Chicago Associa his wife. Uriah Gorden and Della
oid found some black powder in an old
Gorden, his wife, Addie Vincent
tion of Commerce.
1 r** l
Vr J~* l ~ 1*"r j- i, i~i ry*i
l X- lxn.U»
cabin, not knowing what it was put
and R. B. Vincent, her husband.
The new Giant cherry, a cross be Jane Vincent and C. O. Vincent,
if you are in need of a typewriter it in an old stove. As soon as the
call at this office and examine slightly |siwdereame in contact with the flames tween the Lambert and the Bing, her husband, Matilda M. Myres and
used L. ('. Smith or Smith Premier, it exploded and severely burned the created a sensation on the Portland G. R. Myres, her husband. Nova
and Richard Vaughn, her
Smith is almost new', uscii boy about the face. Although nothing market last week. There were some Vujghn
only a few weeks, The Smith Premier serious Harold will remember his ex- specimens that measured an inch and All Whom it May Concern.
a half in diameter.
is worth $75.09 but if sold this week [lerience for some time.
In the name of the state of Oregon:
can be had for $50.
If U neade a suing machine drop a You.
you are hereby sum
postal card to G. W. Johnson. moned
mimed and required to appear and answ
I am now prepared with n new Fairbanks Morse
the application of John Cox to re
Granulated Sore Eyes Cured.
$75.00. Medford Pharmacy.
Gasoline six-horse power Wood Sawing Outfit to saw
Weather's gettin’ clear.
gister title to the above described land,
"For twenty years I suffered from People’s gettin’ restless
riled in said Court on the 16th day of
wood in any quantity.
Prices are as follows:
a bad case of granulated sore eves,
July A. D. 1908, within ten days from
says Martin Boyd of Henrietta, Ky.
Four Foot Wood, Once in Two
the date of the serviceof this summons
"In February. 1903, a gentleman asked All th' folks a-callin'
upon you, if served within Jackson
Four Foot Wood. Twice in Two
me to try Chamberlain's Salve. I
County, Oregon, or if served within
Pole Wood ..........
By the hour
used «bout two-thirds of it and my For Hostetter A Zook, you see.
any other County of the State of Ore
eyes have not given me anv trouble
I will have plenty of wood for sale shortly at my
gon. then within twenty days of the
since." This salve is for sale by City
date of the service of this summons
vard on North Oregon street, on theT. J. Williamson place
upon you; or if served by publication
thereof, then within six weeks from
Change in Southern Pacific Time
the date of the first publication there
in’; and if you fail to answer said appli
cation within said time, the applicant
will apply to the Court for the relief
prayed for in his application, to-wit:
■sot TH BOUND TRAINS.
for a decree of this court registering
the title to the land above described in
10.35 A. M
the name of said applicant:
3.20 P M
This summons is served by publica
No. 225 (coach for Ashland) 10.15 P. M.
tion pursuant to an order made by Hon.
H. K Hanna. Judge of said Court on
NORTH BOUND TRAINS.
the 17th day of July. 1908. and is re
9.49 A M
turnable August 29th. 1908.
Witness my hand and the seal of the
5.24 P. M
Court hereto affixed this 17th dav of
For Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Note carefully that No. 16 North
July A. D. 1908.
bound leaves 15 minutes earlifrr than
I Seal of the Circuit Court.)
W. R. C oleman ,
DUNNINGTON & DENEFF. PROPRIETORS
No. 13 arriving at 3.20 P. M. will
County Clerk of Jackson
County. Oregon, and ex-
have the Portland dailies of that morn
officio Clerk of the
Circuit Court for snid
These changes effective May 17. 1908.
County and State.
LUY & KEEGAN, Pi ops
Sole Agents Albany Beer
T. L. De \ ore, Jacksonville, Ore
Shoe and Harness Repairing :
C. A. Norton, Prop