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J UK Y DISAGREE
Buys Oregon Land.
List Saturday, Charts» Dinfor.1
Out 46 Hcurs the Hermann drove
over to Rich with a fam ly from
L »¿Angele» who h 11 purchne I a tract
Jurors Stand 11 to 1.
of land in the famous Applegate valley-
As they had made the deal without a
The jury in the Hermann case, on personal examination of the property
trial in the Federal Court at Portland, they were agreeably surprised by its
after’being out 46 hours returned a being 100 per cent better than they had
disagreement Monday, and were dis 1 expected.
charged by the court.
It is said that there are 20 or 25 fam
Eleven of the jurors stoid for con ilies at Los Angele i who are anxious to
viction and one for acquittal. The locate in Oregon.
lone juror who stood out for acquittal
v. as George Selkirk, who, in accepting
j iry service is said to have admitted
having an opinion which might bias his Is a danger signa) and should not be
neglected. Take Dr. Bell’s Pine- Tar-
Attorney Heney immediately moved Honey at once. It allays inflammation,
that a new trial be set for an early stops the cough and heals the membrane
(late, but Hermann’s attorney, Mr. For Sale by City Drug Store.
Worthington, objected, stating that he
had to leave for Washington, and the !
Medal and Thanks.
the date of his return was at present
Instead of recomending that congress
Taken as a whole, the result of the
trial was disappointing to both sides— make Robert E. Peary a rear admiral,
the prosecution being confident of a as proposed in the bill of Senator Hale,
conviction, while it is stated that the the house naval committee decided to
friends of Hermann fully expected a recommend that he be given a medal
verdict of acquittal, though upon what and the thanks of congress for his po
grounds their expectations were based lar discoveries.
it is difficult to imagine.
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This Valley’sNatural Advantages
Nature has been kind to Oregon and
specially so to this valley. While the
east, the middle west, »nd even parts
of the southern states are experiencing
zero weather, with fierce snow storms
the air here is balmy as May. Even
in our own state, a few hundred miles
to the northward, a fall of two to six
inches of snow was had this week.
But not only in the matter of climate
anil temperature is Jacksonville spec
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location, elevation, proximity to the
mountains, good water, pure air, etc.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
U. S. Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon.
January 16th, »910.
NOTICE is hereby givtn that Felix CimborsH,
of Buneom, Oregon, who, on November 23, I9U6,
made Home lead application lOlOSO, I No. 14275,
for SE‘/i. Seection 6. Township 4'J South, Range
2W., Willamette Meridian, has filed notice of inten
tion to make final commutation Proof, toestablish
ciairr. to the land above described, before W. H.
Cannon, U. S. Commissioner, at his office, at M jd-
ford, Oregon, on the 26th. day of March, 1910.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Frank Crump, A. S. Kieinhammer, Fred Com-
best. Cyrenua Combest, all of Buncom, Oregon.,
BENJAMIN F. JONES,
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE
OF OREGON FOR JACKSON COUNTY.
In the Mutter of the Administration of the
Estate of Silas J. Day, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that by an order of the
County Court of the County of Jackson, State of
Oregon, du.y made and entered on th 3 18th day
of January, A. I) 1910, the undersigned has
been appointed, and is the duly acting and quali
fied administratrix of Silas J. Day, deceased.
All persons having claims against the said de
cedent or his estate are hereby notified and re
quired to present the same, with the proper
vouchers, to me, the undersigned administratrix
at my residence at Jacksonville, Jackson County,
State of Oregon, within six months from the
date hereof. The date of first publication hereof
is January 20th; 1910.
MARY E. DAY,
NOTICE OF REFEREE’S SALE
In the Circuit Court of Oregon for Jackson
E. M. Russell and Homer I. Watts, and his wife,
Jennie Watts, Plaintiffs—
W. C, Russell, May Russell,
Lucinda Russell, insane,
Walter Russell, infant.
Arthur Russell, infant,
Ada Russell, infant.
Notice of Referee’s Sale-
Notice is hereby given that under and by
virtue of an order of the circuit court of the state
of Oregon for Jackson County, ordering and di
recting a sale of the hereinafter described real
property, the undersigned referee in the above
Guardian’s Sale of Real Estate. entitled cause will sell to the highest bidder for
cash in hand, Lots one and two in block five in
Beatty’s Addition to the city of Medford, Jackson
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF OREGON FOR
County, Oregon——that said property will be
JACKSON COUNTY, IN THE MATTER OF sold at public sale at the front door of the court
THE ESTATE AND GUARDIANSHIP OF house, in Jacksonville, Jackson County, Oregon,
at 2:35 o’clock in the afternoon of Monday the
LEON S. COGGINS.
28th day of February, 1910, subject to confirma
Notice is hereby given that pursuant tion by said court.
to an order of the county court of Jack- January 25th, 1910
son Co., Oregon, dated January 18,
1910, in the above entitled matter, the
EXECUTORS FINAL NOTICE.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF OREGON FOR
FOR JACKSON COUNTY.
Estate of J. W. Clark, deccased-
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned ex-
' ecutor of the testate of said decedent has filed
in the county court of Oretron. for Jackson Coun-
< ty. his final account of his administration of the
! said estate, and the said county court has fixed r
Monday, the 14th day of March. 1910, at 10 o'clock
| in the forenoon of said day. in the court room of
I said court, in the county court house at Jackson I
ville, Oregon, as the day and place for the hearing
| of the said final account. All persons interested
I are hereby notified to make or file their objections
to said final account with the said court, on or be
fore said day and time, if any they have.
! February 12h.. 1910.
R. A. CLARK.
Executor of the estate of J. W. Clark, deceased.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,
Roseburg, Oregon, February 5, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that Prior Eaton, whose
post office address is Jacksonville Jackson Coun
ty, Oregon, has made application for patent to
the following described placer mining ground sit
uated in Poorman's Creek mining district an un
organized mining district of Jackson County. Or
egon, said placer ground being known as the
'PRAIRIE FLAT PLACER MINING CLAIM ",
Survey 714. and consisting of the west half of the
north-west quarter of the north-west quarter of
section seven in township 38 south, of range two
west, of the Willamette Meridian, and particular
ly described as— Beginning at the north east
corner of section 12, in township 38 south, of
range three west, of the Willamette Meridian, at
a post driven for a corner, the same being the
north west corner of the said Prairie Flat Placer
Mining claim, and running thence south 80 rods,
where a post is di iven for a corner, being the
south west corner of said placer claim, from
which an oak tree 5 inches in diameter, bears
north 80 degrees west 13 links, thence east 40
rods to a post driven for a corner, being the south
east corner of the said claim, from which a fir
tree 8 inches in diameter bears south 10 degrees.
30 minutes east 10 links, thence north 80 rods to
a post driven for corner, being the north east
coiner of said claim, from which a white oak 4 in
ches in diameter bears north 25 degrees cast 14
links, thence west 40 rods to the place of begin I
ning— and the east half of the north east quarter
of the north east quarter of section 12, in town
ship 38 south, of range 3 west, of the Willamette
The amended location of said first described
part of the said Prairie Flat Placer Mining Claim
consisting of the west half of the north west
quarter of the north west quarter of said section
7, in township 38 south, of range 2 west, of the
Wilamette Meridian, and more particularly de
scribed herein, is recorded in volume 16, at page
153, of the Mining records of Jackson County, Or
egon, And the location notice of said second de
scribed part of said Prairie Flat Placer Mining
Claim, consisting of the east half of the northeast
quarter of the north east quarter of section 12, in
township 38 south, of range 3 west, of the Will
amette Meridian, is recorded in volume 8. at page
420, of the Mining Records of Jacksvn County,
Oregon. The adjoining claimants are none, and
there are no adjoining claims to the said describ
ed Prairie Flat Placer Mining Claim.
And notice is further given that all persons
claiming adversely the mining ground, placer,
veins, and lode premises herein before described
and referred to, or surveyed, platted or herein
applied for, are hereby notified that unless their
adverse claims are duly filed according to law,
within the time prescribed by law, with the Reg
ister of the United States Land Office, at Rose
burg, Douglas County, Oregon, they will be bar
red from any right of claim in said premises and
every part thereof, by virtue of the statutes of
the United States in such case made and provided.
BENJAMIN F. JONES.
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M ary E. C oggins ,
C olvig 4 R eames ,
Attorneys for Guardian.
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Mining Application No. 0174.
undersigned guardian will sell at
private sale to the highest bidder, sub IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF
OREGON, FOR JACKSON COUNTY.
ject to confirmation by said court, on
and after Monday, March 7, 1910, at J,D, Cochran, plaintiff,
the office of my attorneys, Colvig & Daisy Cochran,
Reames, Medford, Oregon, or at the To Daisy Cochran, the above named defendant:
office of Judge E. A. Bridgeford, 618 IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON,
Clunie Building, San Francisco, Cal., you are hereby summoned and required to appear
answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the
all the right, title, interest and estate and
above entitled Court, now on file with the Clerk
of the said Leon S. Coggins, a minor, of said court, within ten days after the date of
the same being the undivided two- the service of this summons upon you if served
thirtieths (2-30s) in and to all of the within Jackson County. Oregon, if served person
following described real property, sit ally upon you out of the State of Oregon then
within six weeks after the date of such service,
uated in Jackson Co., Oregon, to-wit: but if served by publication of said summons then
Lots numbered one (1) and two (2) within six weeks after the date of the first publi
and the north half (N)4) of the north cation thereof, which date of first publication is
east quarter (NE'4) of section eight the 12th day of February. 1910, and the date of
the last publication thereof is the 26th day of
een (18) township forty-one (41) south, March, 1910, and if you fail to appear and answer IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
range one (1) east of Willamette said complaint on or before the 2nd day o’ April,
OF OREGON FOR JACKSON COUNTY.
1910, the plaintiff will apply to the Court for a de Mary M. Estoa. Plaintiff, vs. Judson O. Estes.
The southwest quarter (SWJ4) of
sertion. This summons is served by publication
the southeast quarter (SE'4) of sec for six consecutive weeks in the Jacksonville To Judson O. Estes the above named def endan t.
tion three (3); the northeast quarter Post, a weekly newspaper, of general circulation IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON,
(NEJ4) of section ten (10); the south published at Jacksonville, Or. under and pursuant you are hereby summoned and required to appear
and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff in the
half (Slj) of the northwest quarter of an order made by the Hon. F. M. Calkins, Judge above entitled Court now on file with the clerk of
of said Court, on the 4th day of February. 1910.
(NW'i), the southwest quarter (SW)O
said Court within ten days after the date of ser
vice of this summons upon you if served within
of the northeast quarter (NE'4), the
Attorney for Plaintiff.
For that cough. Get a bottle of Dr. west half (W'4) of the southeast
Jackson County, Oregon: if served personally
upon you out of the State of Oregon then within
Bell’s Pine-Tar Honey. It is the bist, quarter (SE14) and the southeast quarter
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I n the circuit court of O regon for the coun six weeks after the date of such service; but if
(SK1,) of the southeast quarter (SEX)
serve 1 by publication of said summons then
ty OF JACKSON.
within six weeks after the date of first publica
of section eleven (11); the south half
Charles H. Smith, plaintiff
tion thereof, and you are hereby notified that if
S'2) of the northwest quarter (NW%),
you fail (o appear and answer said complaint as
the southwest quarter (SW‘4) of the Lydia A. Smith, defendant.
hereby required the Plaintiff will apply to the
northeast quarter (NE'4), the north To Lydia A, Smith, the above named defendant:- court for the relief prayed for in the Complaint
Extreme change of temperature has west quarter (NW,) of the southeast l.N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON, YoU to-wit, for a decree of divorce.
occurred at different places in the South quarter (SEX) and southwest quarter are hereby required to appear and answer the Under and by virtue of an order made by the
west this week, the following telegram (SWX) <>f section twelve 02); the complaint filed against you in the above entitled Honorable H. K. Hanna judge of said Court,
indicates the conditions in Missouri, north half (NX) of the northwest court and cause, on or before the last day of the dated 20th day of January, 1910, this summons is
time prescribed in the order for publication of
on the Defendant by publication thereof
Kansas, Northern Oklahoma and Texas quarter (NW'4) and lots numbered summons herein, to-wit:- on or before the 6th day served
for six successive weeks in the Jacksonville Post,
also in New Mexico:
a weekly newspaper prints 1 and published at
one (1), two (2) and three (3) and four
Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 16, An ex (4) of section thirteen (13) and the six weeks from the day of the first publication of Jacksonville. Jackson County, Oregon, and the
Defendant by said order is required to appearand
treme fall in temperature ranging from northeast quarter (NE14) of the north
answer, for want thereof the plaintiff will apply
said complaint within six (3) weeks from
50 degrees at Sedalia, Mo., where it east quarter (NE'4) of section four to the court for the relief prayed for in plaintiff's answer
the date of first publication. The date of the
was 8 above zero today, to 22 degrees teen (14; all in township forty-one (41) complaint, succinctly stated as follows:
first publication of said summons is January, 22,
I or a decree of the court abrogating and dis 1910. an 1 the date of last publication thereof is
at Fort Smith, Ark., has been record- south, range one (1) east of W. M.
solving the marriage contract existing between M rch Sth 1910.
ered in the southwest during the last
All of section twenty-five (25); all of plaintiff and defendant, on the ground of deser
J. A. LEMERY.
section thirty-three (33), and all of tion for a period of more than one year; that the
Attorney for Plaintiff.
In parts of Kansas a blinding snow section thirty-five (35), in township costs and disbursements of this suit be taxed
storm accompanied by high winds, pre forty (40) south, of range one (1) east against the defendant, and for such other and
vails, and in Northern Oklahoma sleet of W. M. The north half (NX) of the further relief as to this Court may appear just
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
and a windstorm are reported. In this southeast quarter (SEX), the south This summons is published in the Jacksonville
OF OREGON FOR JACKSON COUNTY.
city, where the temperature fell 46 de east quarter (SE1.,) of the southeast Post, by order of Hon. J. R. Neil. Judge of the Addie M. Link, Plaintiff vs. G. A. Link, De
grees since yesterday, it was 9 above quarter (SE'4), the southwest quarter County Court of Jackson County. Oregon, which fendant.
zero this morning. The temperture (SW'4) and the north half (N1.) of order was made and entered of record on the 17th To G. A. Link, the above named defendant.
of February, 1910. Date of first publication IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON,
has also fallen from 30 to 44 degrees section three (3); the north half (NX) day
hereof is the 19th day of February. 1910.
you are hereby summoned and required to appear
since yesterday in Northern Texas and of the northeast quarter (NE1,), the
F red W. M ears , Attorney for Plaintiff. and answer the complaint of the
in the above entitled Court now on file
southeast quarter (SE'4) of the north
with the Clerk of said Court within ten days
Albuquerque, N. M., Feb. 16. —In east quarter (NE'4), the north half
OF OREGON. FOR JACKSON after the date of service of this summons upon
tensely cold weather, accompanied by (NX) of the northwest quarter(N W4), I n THE CIRCUIT COURT COUNTY.
you if served within Jackson County, Oregon;
heavy wind and snow, prevails over the northeast quarter (NE'4) of the Joseph McMahon, plaintiff,
if served personally upon you out of the State
Northern and Central New Mexico to southeast quarter (SE1,) and the
of Oregon then within six weeks after the date of
such service; but if served by publication of said
day. Zero tempatures are reported southwest quarter (SW4) of section Mary McMahon, defendant.
then within six weeks after the date of
from a number of places.
eleven (11); lots numbered one (1), To Mary McMahon, the above named defendant: first publication thereof, and you are hereby no
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON.
two (2), three (3) and four (4', north You are hereby required to appear and answer tified that if you fail to appear and answer said
half (NX) °f the northeast quarter the complaint of plaintiff filed in the above entit complaint as hereby required the Plaintiff will
(NE'4) and the north half (NX) of led court and cause within six weeks from the apply to the Court for the relief prayed for in the
uj on Complaint, to-wit, for a decree of divorce.
the northwest quarter (NW'4) of sec-, date of the first publication of thia si m
Under and by virtue of an order made by Hon.
you. which is the 19th day of February. 1910. and
tion fifteen (15); and lot numbered five if you fail to appear and answer within the time H. K. Hanna, judge of said Court, dated 20th
(5) of the northwest quarter (NW1,) required, for want thereof the plaintiff will apply day of January. 1910, this summons is served on
of section thirteen (13); all of section to the court for the relief prayed for and demand the Defendant by publication thereof for six suc
THE TWO HORSE BRAND five (5); all of section seven (7); all of ed in his complaint, to-wit:-
cessive weeks in the Jacksonville Post, a weekly
For a decree of divorce dissolving the bonds of newspaper printed and published at Jackson
section nine (9) and all of section I matrimony heretofore and now existing between ville, Jackson County. Oregon, and the Defend- '
seventeen (17), all in township forty- plaintiff and defendant, for the custody of the ant by said order is required to appear and ans- *
one (41) south, of range one (1) east ’ minor child of plaintiff and defendant, and for wer said complaint within six (6) weeks from the
of W. M.; all of section thirteen (13) | such other relief as to the court may seem just date of the first publication. The date of the first
publication of said summons is January 22nd.
reasonable in the piemiaes
in township forty-one (41) south, of and
This summons is served by publication thereof 1910. and the date of the last publication thereof
range one (1) west of W. M.
in the Jacksonville Poet, published in lackson- 1 is March 5th, 1910.
J. A. LEMERY.
Dated the first day of publication Ville, Jackson County. Oregon, once a week for
Attorney for Plaintiff. |
ai* consecutive weeks, by order of Hon. F. M. !
hereof February 5, 1910.
Calkins, Judge of said eovrt said order having ,
been ma»ie on tbo 17th day of February. 1910.
Gvs N kwrury ,
Attorney for Plaintiff. |
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