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The Colonel’s Duel
E, M. QUAD
Copyright. 1515. by the McClure
H? Wir. a Very
Mean Man I
By OftCAR COX
Here are some Rfieeicieua of vary
Admit ./or coufesK. To admit Is to
concede nometliitig affirmed
accused offender cannot admit his
Adopt. “He adopted a disguise."
One may adopt a « tiild or an opiniou.
but a disguise 1- assumed.
Aggravate for Irritate "He aggra
rated me by Ills Insolence ‘ T<> aggiri
rate Is to augment the illsi’g -ee tble
ness of something already disagree
able or the limitless of >o.nothing bail
But a persim cannot lie aggravated
even If dlxu accable or I »ml
All of " ie gave all of h!s prop
ty” Tile words are contradictory At
entire thing «niiimt tie of Itself Olili
At for by "She was shocked at hi
l onduct " This « erv common soleviso
is without excuse Ilx» liange
•Gunge in Scuthern Pacific lim
Notice For Publication.
Mineral Application No. C9902.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
U. S. Land Office Roseburg Oregon.
January 6. 1915.
Notice is hereby given that Joint |
application for mineral patent is being
made by J. C. Burton and Bessie Bur
ton, husband and wife, for a twenty
atre Placer mining claim, named Sil
ver Star, located near the mouth of
Star Gulch creek, in the Applegate
mining district of Jackson County
Oregon, and containing all of the
South 1 of the N. W. !, of the N. E.
'i of Section 2«, T. 39 S. Range 3 W
of the Willamette Meridian.
Any and all persons claiming ad-
versely the mining ground, or any’
porti. n thereof so described and s'lr-
veyed. platted and applied for are
____ j notified that unless their ad
verse claim« are duly filed according
to law and the regulations thereunder
within the time prescribed by law. with
the Register of the United States
Land Office, nt Roseburg, Oregon,
’hev will be t arred bv virtue of the
provisions if said statute.
Notice was pasted on the ground
December 28, 1911.
J. M. U pton ,
NORTH BOUND TRAINS,
in need of
1 knew a inau wbu was su mean that
After supiier u doz« u or more of us
be ma fried a woman he believed to
coiigregatia! lu the hotel «»111 e for a
be waiting for his best friend to
smoke, and presently the landlord euuie marry her.
among us to say:
Ralph Newland and Herbert Tucker
were the frlen is. Ralph was the self-
••Gentlemen, we have n lire cater In
isli man. lie: lici t v.'as so generous that
this town uatnisl Colonel Sebastian.
He has several pcettllar theories of Ills he would have gh eu a way Iks head If it
own, and I wish to post you In ad could have been of use to another. The
secret of Ralphs power over women
vance. He Is very strong in his talk
no one could explalu except the gills
and should you differ will, him lie will
lie fooled, and It is u question if even
chilli, lige you tu a duel. The colonel
they knew Just how lie did it. At any
is n dead shot, anil I hope you'll take
rate, lie seemed to draw them as honey
n friendly tip mid *“’• engage la a
<lls< usslon. Let him have Ills own draw-, flies.
Tucker became engaged to Laura
Wuy mill never mind wlmt lie says.
Notice to Creditors.
The colonel luul never killed any one Perkins and introduced bis friend
Wit bin a fortnight IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGOS
yet. but that he stcxxl ready to ilo so Newland to her.
IN ANO FOR JACKSON COUNTY.
if Ids opinions were disputed the land she had deserted Tucker for Newland.
lord felt dead certain, mid so we agreed Tucker was philosophic about IL He
In the matter of the estate of Jamos Hards
to agree with the eolouel If he came said that if the girl preferred his deceased.
Notice Is hereby given, that the under.^igned.
lu—all but one. The exception was the friend to him his friend was welcome
v order of the County Court of Jackson County
smallest and the most humble looking to her and she to him. After the dam
IN Tin: CIRCUIT COURT O' THE STATE OF
man among the guests. No one knew age hail been done Newland sheered 'itate of Oregon, has been duly appointed and
now ¡4 the duly qualified and acting administra
O regon , for J ackson county .
that be had made up Ills mind to op
trix of th«' estate of the above named decedent
F. Gage, Cornelius C. Gage,
pose the colonel, and when the latter
All persons having claims against said de
entered, half an hour later, he picked Tucker, but Tucker would have noth cedent or hix estate are hereby notified and re- Norm n B. Gage, Mary M Gage and
Martha A. Gage, Plaintiffs
him out of the crowd ns u goixl num to ing to do with her. What made her mired to present the same duly verified with
go for. He got alongside of him and mad was that Tucker seemed to be •»roper v uchers, to Charles Prim, attorney for
J. T. French. Carol ne French, H.
more friendly than before with the
aid administratrix, at his office in Jacksonville French, also The Unknown Heirs of
after a bit turned ou him with:
"Perliaps .volt have not been inform man who had deprived him of her. It Jackson County. State of Oregon, within six I. T. French, Caroline French nd H.
French, Also all other persons or
ed that 1 am the originator of the Idea was a direct reflection on her, indl- months from the date of this notice.
Date of this notice and of the first publication narti - unknown claiming any right,
that all men were once animals of eating that Tucker felt grateful for
♦hereof i February, 6. 1915.
title, estate, lien or interest in th real
some sort ami that perfection has been having been saved front her.
MAMIE C. HARDS WALTON.
estate described in the complaint here
After awhile Tucker made up to
reached only after many centuries of
Administratrix of the estate of James Hards. in. D, fondants.
auotlier girl. Helen Splngler. He intro Deceased.
To J. T. French, Caroline French,
"No, sir, I haven’t." was the prompt duced Newlaml to this one, too. telling
Charles Prim. Attorney for Administratrix.
H. French, also The Unknown Heirs
of J. T. French, Caroline French and
“But 1 tun, sub, and what do you from him he was welcome to do so.
H. French, Also all other persons or
Tucker didn't want any girl for a wife
pa'ties unknown claiming any right,
think of the Idea?"
Notice For Publication
title, estate, lien or interest in the real
who didn't love him better than the
estate described herein, Defendants,
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
"Why, the one Just stilted. I think whole world. lie asked his friend to
U. S. Land Office at Roseburg. Oregon
put bls second love to a similar test
you heard me. sitli I think you did.
In the Name of The State of Oregon,
January 25. 1915
"(th. 1 remember! Well, I don't train to the first. Newland aeeommodated
Notice is hereby given that Jacob Nielsen, of i You nn I each of von are hereby noti
with that crowd, thank heaven!"
him and captured the girl
that >he plaintiffs above named
“Suli, do you know what you are
Tucker was so pleased nt having Applegate. Oregon, who. on March 26, lets’. Save commenced a suit in the Circuit
made Homestead Entry No 14815, Serial. No.
Baying?" cried the colonel.
been saved from a girl who could not 04157. for the SW11 ofNE’4 and NW Vi of SE'z. Court i f the State of Oregeon, for
have been in love with him—so lie con '•f Section 10. Township 38 S. Range 4 W.. Wil- Jackson County, that this notice is
“And that your language, suit, is sidered It that he blew Newland off lamette Meridian, has filed notice of intention to j given in pursuance of an order mad«
personally offensive—personally offen
to a champagne dinner. Newland was make Final Five-year Proof, to establish claim 1 and entered by the presiding Judge of
surprised that his friend took all this t> the land above described, before G. A. Gard- | said court on the 25 h day of February
"I'm sorry you belong to the crowd supplanting with such equanimity, but ner. County Clerk of Jackson County, at his i 1915. in said cause and that in pursu
ance of said order you ure hereby re
who furnishes great Ideas."
could not detect the slightest wounding office, at Jacksonville, Oregon, on the 15th day | quired ’o appi ar and answer the com
“Crowd, sub! Why. you have gross of Ills amour propre. “It’s all right." of March. 1915.
plaint file«i therein on or before six
Ch: mar.t names as witnesses? S. L. Benson.
ly liMUlted me anil must nt once npol said Tucker, "only a matter of taste.
weeks from the first publication cf this
or Applegate. Oregon. Ben Thurston, of A »pie
ogize of accept n challenge!"
Some day 1 may find a girl who will gate. Oregon. W. A. Smith, of Applegate, Ore summons, which first publication will
be on the 27th d-.y of February. 1915,
“Bring on your challenge, colonel!"
truly love me; then no one can take gon. John W. Pernoil. of Applegate, Oregon.
and that for want of such appearance
“Then yo\i will tight me. .still?"
her away from me. Meanwhile I ap
J. M. UPTON. Register.
answer within said time, the plain
“Certainly. Just name time, place preciate these services you are do
tiffs will apply to the Court for
and weapons. By the way. I want to ing me.”
relief demanded in said c mpiaint,
leave In the morning Can't we light
Newlaml dropped the hist girl ns lie
in the billiard room, out In the yard, had dropped the first. Miss Splngler IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
The q i etirg and c nfirming in
up In toy room? No use walling until had more tact than the other. She
I pl.iintiils the title to the W.
OF OREGON, FOR JACKSON COUNTY.
didn't let on she was a bit displeased.
NW. ■, and NW
of the SW 1
“And you'll light me. sub?" gasped She only said that there wasn't enough Plaintiffs,
Section 5; the NE.
t he S W. 11 of th ■ SW. 1 ( of s«c ion 6
in both the imm to make one real, no
of the NW.
“With the greatest of pleasure, anil ble. good man. and she was well rid of
William, Ulrich, John E. M aban, and th.' MW.
I'll bet it thousand dollars to a shilling both of them. But she did not say fills s imetimes known as E. J. Mahan, tion 7 ml in Townrhin 35 Smith, Range
I kill you. Where can we get swords, to ell tier Tucker or Newland; she said Forest E Mahan. Ethel Mahan. John One West Wiliam die Meridinn, Jack-
son County, Origen and for the cost:
rifles, pistols or bowle knives? I uni It to ii friend. As to the Ulen, she told Pri ler, U. W Forbes,C . H. Heninger, : n 1 disbursements in s i«i suit.
Just n< hlng to flglit yon!''
them she hoped they would both be ('. W. Nimi, Stuart Ssundets, E E
G C. 6 CA LUSTER,
"Were von told abotit me. sub. befo her friends for ever and ever. This I hi pus. G ’o. (). Jarvis. Julian I’,
Attorney fir Plaintiffs.
I appeared here this evening?’
was after she had known of bow Tuck b’hnson, the unknown heirs of Join
I. Mahan and Anne McClain Ma!..in
er stuck to Newlaml despite the way if any, ami all other p Tsm s nr parti,
SheriflTsSr.le o !< a! Es a'e.
“Tou were told that I was Colonel the t'ormi r was taking the hitter's girl unknown to plaintiff claiming an’
virtue of .•n i Xi cut ion and cr
uwny from him. and probably she l right, 'itle, estate, lien or interest
i der of side duly ii uel
____ _ in
out of and un-
"1 believe that v its the mime."
«anted t > shew that a woman might the re 1 estate described i't the con - der I lie sea lot t hi e Circuit Ci.ut" ut
"Tile Colonel Sebastian of the Fit have mi equanimity of that kind In her pl lint herein, Defendants.
the State of Or» gon, in
<1 for Jack-
i To John E
Mahan, sometim ■ son ( ountv. dated th - 9.h day of Feb
as well ns a man.
"Yes. the Ti nth <>r the l''lfleenth "
One day Newland received nil nnony- know i as E. J. Mahan, Forest E ruatv. 1915. under a dt-cl'ie of fori
W. Forbes. cloture duly m ide and en.end on th.
"Who led the charge nt Malvern imms note Informing him that Tucker Maha , Ethel Mahan,
IO. H. Heninger, the unknown heirs o:
was courting n third girl mid keeping John L. Mahan and Anna McCl it I'll h day of J -mua y 1915, in a suit
'It was ' iiiiii thing like flint.”
It a I ret from Ids friend. Newlaml '.Mahar, if any. and all other person wherein Belle Nickell w s Plaintiff
"Not only «me « Il lire. suit, hut three
Imwed the hole Io Tinker, who de or parties unknown to plaintiffs claim rnd J. T. Perrv, I. E. ! •ttles et als.,
were 11 f. nd Isnts, in favor if said
—three dexpernte elinrges!"
nied the Impeiiehmeiit. Newland only
ng any right, title, estate, li n or ii
Plaintiff an I against
"They xn.v live, but let It go 111 half believed him
Only persons of te est in the real estate hereinafte
md each of them,
and ord " ir. r the
leal IIIIIOI <m e believe III the Innoeenee described. Defendants:
loieclosure I f the certain mortgage
IN THE NAME OF THE STATI
"And. sub." said th«’ colonel
of otliers. mid Newland wasn't exactly
lescnbed in he complaint of the
frowned like ii bushel of enrpet
an Innocent in.in. ns may appear from
Plaintiff, by the sale, as on execution.
>f the mortgag'd premises in s id
“did you hear that I wns n duelist?"
have comm« need u suit in the Circuit
“Sometblng was said to Hint effect."
Presently lie received iftiotlier letter Court of the State of Oregon, fot tn rtgi ge described; which decree was
>n the ",1th «lay of January, 1915, duh'
"And that I hnd luul twelve affairs luforuilng him that Tin ker wan about Jacks in County, agi inst you. imj lead
to be imtriied New laud did not show ed with others, and that in pursuant'« a rd » d and docketed in the office o>
he C'erk of said Com r aid is now of
"Only twelve, colonel? Why 1 under tills letter to Tucker,
lie kept it to i f an order m ule and entend tn >ai«
•ecord in Volume 22 of the Circuit
Htixxl It wns twenty." replied the otli
himself, but com aid d to wntch his cause on the 23'd day of January, 191-’ ’a rt Journal, at pages 339-»"49. Now
er. “Well, tills one will make yoll thlr friend. M happened that Tucker had ami of the Statutes of the State of i, erefort in compliance will, the com-
i platonic friend on whom lie called Oregon, you are required to appea' nands of said execution and order
“Yes. sub yes. sub Will you honali occasionally, mid one evening Newlaml and answer the complaint filed therei-
ale, I will, on
»Hi or before the expiration of si?
shadowed him to h r limt.ie.
mo by giving your name?"
Tu d iy. M:i"ch 16th, 1915
weeks from the 30th day cf J nuari
"I nomb-r," said New ami to hltuself
“Name? I'lctise excuse me for my
'915, the date of th,' first publici’ti, i
t the I our of 'en r'clock A. M.
Did yon ever hear of "If alter nil I've iloiie for him It > ,f this summons and if you fml to
rout i o.ir of the Court House in
thinks In s gi 'mg to fool me. I'll get n swer th 1 plaintiffs v ill apelv to tl «
evi n u itii l> in."
Court for the re'tef demanded in -a
'oi.nty. (b eg. r. offer for sale a: d will I
for ct sb, I
“Of th«« Louisiana Tigers?"
abject t<> redemption as by I: w p"< - I
lie v iis goiter m t of town f. r a week closure noon and a sale of Lot 1 in Sec
’ded, all th-’right ti'l»« and intere.-t
“Who led nine desperate i barges at \ few Ii trs aft.r the parting New tion 17. township 39 South. R irge 1
anil was culled to the telephone, mid East Willamette Meridian, Oregon t< ,f sai l defendants and each o'” them. .
Be oud Bull linn?"
satisfy a hen of $712.85, interest, at
the followin’' brief dialogue oceutred torneys fee and the costs ami disburse which they had June 8, 1912 or an;. I
“Bless me. suli!"
ime thereafter, in and to the real
“Am! Who Iris killed three times tile iiet aee i hi.-i ai 1 i f, male voice:
•operty. situa ed in said Jack.on i
number of men tleit you have In
G. C. Me A LUSTER.
'• unty, b mnded and describe ! as fol- 1 JPZ4
>w s to-wi!:
j 1 *--"•«
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
“Are you aware that ym
The west half of the s t’h-«es' '
Iu: rter (W. U of S. W.
a d sou'll I
“Never mind that, colonel. Von have Mr. I'm h r. Is about to bi
v«at qu irt, r of north-west quart :
challenged me. ami I accept, I<et tts tills e' en!n"'l"
: un: nions,
ef N. W.
of S "ti. n '
"No Is he?”
have It over with ns soon ns possllile.
"Yes nt a quarter to 1» at •.'71 Mui
ns I have some l»us*n«’-n to attend to."
N Ti:r. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF
■ h of R ing
■Vest of W. M.: also commencing at
OREGON FOR JACKSON CJUNTY.
“Yon don't m im It?"
“1 etus'se pistols, and I don't think
Nortl -we-t corner of the north-east
Dosia Massir. Plaintiff,
There was i e
and Xev. land
it will detain me over tiro minutes.
liiarter o' south-west quarter (N. E. »
vf S. W.
of said Section thirty-|
Where sh ill w • go?"
Ho was iti
two (:’»2). running thence south twenty i
The co! uel swallowed hfs Adam's past X No tin.? t
To Edward Massie, the above named defend (JO) chains; thence north. 45 degrees
tor a wedding ant.
apple three or four times and then evening dress, rea
East, twenty-eight (28) chains; thence ;
('ailing n cab. In t
mu: sites lie wns
Tn the name of the State of Oregon. Y<m are v, st twenty (20) chains to the place 1
nt 271 Mulf”r.l sti t ■ 1A1 entered a
“You you won’t apologize?”
hereby required to appear, and answer the com« »>( beginning; cot taming a total of 140
| room whete a brli
lid two brides- I rlaint of the plaintiff filed againat you in the
“No. str. never! Mi object Is t»* kill
maids weie evlde
a waiting the n’x vc entitled Court and cau<e. on or before six
yoll and get n theorist off the earth
And will apply the proceeds of such
irroom. The br'de
sale. First; to the pa\ m« nt of the
Hurry up. or 1 may not be alii«« to hold
bridesmaids turned i" av
tb.:s summons, the first nul 1 ation I* n$r on the • OS s and disbursements of s id suit,
"For heaven s sal
I- n’t marry Her
ncluiting costs of sale, and the nt-1
Th«* colonel was on his feet, but h
the order of publication thereof.
lH>rt Tin ker." lie s->
tornevs fee. adjudged payable to '
drew himself lip, settle 1 Ills lint on 111- will make your Ilf. il ’ > the br de “lie
plaintiff; Second, to the payment of
i. r etable "
head and Ills face wns ns white a*
There was a Ina < d dialogue The anpear and answer said comp’.iint. for want the debt seemed by said mortgage, as
flour and Ills voice tremble»! ns lie said
thereof the plaint iff will apply to the Court for provided in - lid decree.
bride said she Ii id I realised to marry
the relief deninndcl in the complain* to-wit:
"Silh. 1 am n fighter nn«1 a <!««iid shot, and must marry. '
Dated at Jacksonville. Oregon, this
■ n Neu land
For a decree of the Court forever dissolving 9th day of February, 1915.
but as this Is my birthday, sub. and I declared that rati;
■r than have tier the bonds of matrimony existing between plain
W. H SlNGl.FR,
don't want to stain It with lilo'xl I siicrlflce herself
would marry her. tiff and defendant, and for an order and decree
Sheriff of Jackson C mnty. Oregon.
overlook votir rntlier os'entrl«' wavs."
A parson i w : 1. 11 I the nex' room was restoring to plaintiff her maiden name, to-wit,
By E. W. W ilson . Deputy.
And when the sllen» • hail Insfts! five calh»d In. I thp brl.li'
■i Ids turn d. each Dosia Clay.
long minutes th«’ lini’l'rrf turned to let down a Veil
This summons is published bv virtue of an 1
i . 1 t1 • i- . h> were
the small and humble m tn mnl gasp 'd
mnrrlod When (’lev n ere p on unee 1 order made by the Honorable F. M: Calkins.
“For heaven's «nke. who and
*1. ans may be obtait el fo-
mmi mi l wl'«>
t • thr.-e .. ....... raise 1 Jtb’geof the altov.» entitled Court, on the 11th I
• re you?"
«lay of January 19.5. the first publication to be ,
» y nu p -eor. acceptable Real
. tl • *'n the IGth dav of Jnnuarv, 1915. an«i the
Fs* ite soenritv: libera1 rr'v -
An»! the reply was
I ni.el >•. One last publication to be made on the 27th day of I
leges; correspondence solicited.
“Oh. I'm Just Simmons, and I tm V- hrklesmiiid w.:s 'l> --< Perk.ns. the oth-
A. C. A gency C ompany .
el for n Chicago crockery bouse. Thia er Mlsa S, iugler
758 Gas. Electric Bldg.,
MULKEY A CHERRY.
Is my first trip.”
Attorneys for Plaintiff, j
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