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Will Ensele visited at Med farà to-
I Notice of Final Settlement.
BUSINESS C KIU) ;
1 IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF
You can find’ a Notary Public at this
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OREGON._FOU .J^CLK-SON-COliai TY.
bATURQAY, OCTOBER. 9, 1915 vutlie«!. —
Following is the report of U. S. Vol-
In the matter of the estate of
Bill McIntyre returned from Yreka, Vary W Shapleiffh, Deceased.
.tuiteer Cooperative Observer, E. Britt;
Jacksonville, for month of
Public notice is hereby given that the under
Latitude 42 deg. 18. min. north; longi-
Tiny Combest of Buncom. was in signed has filed in the County Court of Jackson
County .State of Oregon, the final account of his
. tude 123 deg. 5 min. west.
Br RUTH GRAHAM
administration of the estate of Mary W. Shap-
** " OREGON.
Jewell Bailey a vas a visitor at M ed- leigh, deceased, and that said court has fixed
1 Date ’ Maximum
Assessor Grieve was at Medford
Saturday. November 13th 1915. at the hour
of 10 o'clock, A. M. of said day, at the court
room of said court at the county court house in
I». W. BAGSHAW
All work must be spot cash at W.
time was almost exclusively taken up
R. Sparks in 1915.
as the time and place for the hearing of objec
'Attorney at l.^w
The Federal grand jury is in session* ‘ Renas Combest. of Buncom was in tions to said final account and for settlement of attending to her wants. Wlieu Hal 4
at Medford, this week.
NOTARY I’tim.IO- -ANU CONVEYA¿CFK
Mrs. M. Nelson was over frorfi Med
Miss Middleton of Applegate tyis a
by notified and required to make or file their ob evening at the house of one of her inti 7
Office wjlji Jacksouwill« Post.
»ecent visitor in this city.
jections to said final account, if any they have, mate friends, Edna Stewart, but her I8
on or before the time aforesaid, fixed for the mother was too weak to admit of her 9
Frank Jone? of Joe Bar, Cal., was a
hearing and settlement thereof.
tor at Medford.
accepting the invitation. This was a i 11
recent visitor in this city.
Date of this notice and of the first publication
John Magraeiler was in from Poor thereof is October 9th, 1915.
Charles Prim Jr. was a business visi
lifter a previous Halloween party had 13
F. W. SHAPLEIGH,
man’s creek teday.
tor at Medford Wednesday.
II. K. HANNA
Administrator of the Estate of
gathering from which two different en
John W. Oop was a business visitor
Mary W, Shspleigh, Deceased.
gagements had resulted.
at Medford Friday morning.
"Well,” said Clara to herself, "if I
L. J King of Watkins was a recent
We print Trespass Notices and No
must wait to meet my fate at a Hal ' 18
Office in Bank of Jaeksonvilfe Building
Hunting, signs, at tnis office.
OF THE OWNERSHIP, MANAGE- loween party 1 shall die an old maid, 1 , 20
The open season for shooting Chi
ment, circulation, etc., required by the
from the ranch Friday.
The party convened ut tlie Stewart ! 22
nese pheasants closes tomorrow.
Act of August 24, 1912, of Jacksonville
O. P. Helms of Medford was a busi Post, published weekly at Jacksonville home- "on tlie hill." as tlie principal 23
Uncle Billy Cameron of Uniontown
residence portion of the town was 24
. I ■?
Oregon, for October 1, 1915.
was a visitor in town Saturday.
called, in the afternoon. The guests 1 25
J- T. SIIAW
Name of Editor, Managing Editor, were to remain for dinner, after which 26
Wilbur Scott of Oregon City trans
they were to tell ghost stories by the 28
acted business in this city Monday.
Harley Hail of Buncom was in thia W. Bagshaw, post-office address. Jacx- firelight and occupy themselves with 29
Edwin West, of Cosmopolis, Wash.,
sonville, Oregon. Owners: D. W. Bag other appropriate Halloween special 30
city and Medford Thursday.
was a visitor in the valley this week.
Office in Ryan Building, California St.
shaw and Ada L. Bagshaw, post-offiice ties. Tlie day wus a typical October 31
B. R. McCabe of Medford transacted
of the party of young persons sitting
bu. iness at the court house Thursday. was a recent visitor in this city.
bondholders, mortgagees, etc., none.
Jack Sharp returned from Weed,
around the tireplace listening to tlie Temperature—mean max. 92:22; mean
John Pernoil. postmaster at Apple
D. W. B agshaw , Editor.
ghost stories. Going to see if her min. 57:22; mean 74:72. Max. 101 on 28. JACKSONVILLE
gate, was a visitor in this city Satur this week where he has been employed.
Sworn to and subscribed before me mother wanted anything, she found Minimum, 49, on 1 & 12.. Greatest daily
Fred Chalmers of Grants Pass was a this 30th day ot September, 1915.
lier looking comparatively well.
Total precipitation trace
H. K. H anna .
Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Pettibone of business visitor in this city Thursday.
“Clara," said the invalid, "i am feel inches. Greatest in 24 hours, 0.00 in.,
Notary Public for Oregon.
ing so well this evening that I can on 0. Number of days with .01
Ruch, transacted business in this city
a business visitor at this office Friday. My commission expires Dec. 22, 1916. spare you. Go up to the Stewarts and
The mint makes it «nd under the terms
join in the festivities, Get what pleas- inch or more precipitation, 0, clear, of tie CONTINENTAL MORTGAGE
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jennings of the
Tokav grapes weighing four pounds
C OMPANY you can secure it at 6%
ure there is left of the gathering and
for any )eg;d purpose (>n approved real
to the bunch are grown in vineyards A] olegate were recent visitors in this
Precipitation for season,
don't hurry home, You'd better take
Terms easy, tell us your wants
near this city.
Precipitation for last season
the electric light.”
and we will co-operate'with you.
E. B ritt ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to
Midway between her home and the
The county couuty court was in ses
PETTY & COMPANY
Cooperative Observer. >13 DENHAM
sion for the transaction of county busi Thompson were recent visitors in Med the legal voters of School District No. Stewarts stood a vacant house, it had
1, of Jackson County, State of Oregon,
ness this week.
J.G. Dunnington made atrip to Trail that a SPECIAL SCHOOL MEETING
James Whitcomb Riley, the ‘‘Hoosi
married some trouble arose between I
er Poet,” had a birthday Thursday. after a banch of cattle, first of the of said District will be held at School them and separated them.
House, on the 25.h day of October,
Clara was obliged to pass this bouse
He was uu j.
■ c ♦his
Judge TouVelle was award?d first 1915, at 4 o’clock in the afternoon, to while going to tlie Stewarts. Tlie way
■ >he State Fair for the best vote on the proposition of levying a was lonely and dimly lighted by a
Get your stationery printed a<,
special district tax.
street lamp here and there. Just before
office. Our work is guaranteed and prize »- •
reaching the deserted house she beard
our prices are right.
From the Da-.vn of Creation
to be raised by this levy shall be ex- a footstep above and for a moment
Frank He a business visitor in this 1 pended, are shown by the following saw a man's figure coming toward her.
The Ladies Aid Society of the Pres-
The situation for a young girl was
bvterian church met with Mrs. Conner alley was the week.
| itemized budget which is hereby made not
a pleasant one. Slie could not tell
at her home north of the city Thursday .ty first ofgnei.( former editor of the a part of this notice:
The Gi.iat War
whether the comer was of high or low
F. D. ladings was a visitor at the Teachers’ salaries ....................... $4500 degree.
Better get your butter wrappers Ashland se Thursday.
Is depicted in art, science and industry
Apparatus, such as maps, chalk,
It occurred to her to go into the
printed at this office and comply “,url ^ Bailey, Mary uagouuw,
and presented in wonderful colors
and erasers, stoves, or curtains ...
60 yard of tlie deserted house and re
with the law governing the sale of
Jewell Tom Dunnington spent Sun- Library books ..........................
50 main in darkness till lie had passed.
Standing lieside a box tree that had
(Jlitf anijein^r at Tolman Springs,
Repairs of school houses out
been planted thirty yours before, she
Mr. arid Mrs. Floyd Cain Of Gold day P^bcksonville Orchestra has been buildings or fences ....... ........... 250 wuited. Tlie limn came on and stopped
WfrWtsA Wednesday afternoon and
570 before tlie place where she was hiding.
The J, to furnish music for the dance Janitor..........................................
Janitor’s supplies .......................
-—ding se'veia?! flAy* Visiting rela- engjignlist Hall, Applegate, Oct. 23.
This wonderful Exposition closes Dee. 4th
60I Ulina, terrilied, run to the house, which
' ' •
300 J "as back «unie distance from the side
At Ars are out announcing a big Fuel ...............................................
tives and friends in this cuj.
25 walk, mid up on to a rear porch. Peep
Don't Mi»» It
/e’en dance to be given in Orth’s
ing from her new hiding place, she
Clerk’s salary .... .....................
The engagement of President Wil
Pusfrnday October 29: Everybody
Postage and stationery................
10 canglit a glimpse of the 111:111 coming
Lest you always loo' b ck to 1915 with regret
son and Mrs. Norman Galt, is announc- Halloi
across the street. She convulsively put
ei in a news letter from Washington, Hall, k Reatto of Portland and E. A. Manual training and domestic
her bund on the knob of a door* to
300 open it and was surprised at being able
D. C. this week. The wedding will come.,on of Roseburg, were visitors art equipment .... ..................
High school equipment................ 150 to do so. Tlie wood bad rotted tiwuy |
ta'ce place in December.
W. Hoef home Tuesday and Wed- Interest on warrants................... 960 from the iron receptacle into which tlie I
L. R. Stinson, for years grand keep Hami!
One bond and interest on same .. 525 bolt was shot.
er of records and seals of the Knights at the
Through the wonderful Valleys of the Wil
The poor girl was less frightened nt
visited Water assessments....................... 90
of Pythias of Oregon, committed sui nesdaj
lamette, the Sacramento, the Umpqua and
Insurance ..................................... 240 being alone in the deserted house than
cide bv shooting, at his home near Sa
Rogue offers exceptional diversion.
MrsA. Porter of Milwauiuv,
15 man who seemed to lie bent oil finding
lem Tuesday. Mr. Stinson at one time friend here a few days last week, she
of October, 1915. lier. He had doubtless seen her enter I
resi led in this valley.
Low Round Trip Fares
1 was o;her way to the fair and other
tlie premises, und tlie house and its
Jim Brown, a Klamath Indian, was *
i surroundings were lonely mid desert-
Uaò. L awn ...
Indicted for 1st degree murder by the i E. I Helms and sister Miss Amin-
Full particulars with copy of booklet ‘‘Wayside
There was barely enough light
Chairmah Board of OírtFÍOrs. Ro,
Federal grand jury at Medford, Thurs-1
■n an opening through
Notes, Shasta Route" or "California and Its Two
spending the past
div. Rrown is charged wi\h killing
'"eling her way,
World Expo.-itions” on application to nearest agent.
two ninths at San Francisco have re Attest:
wiik-ii siie jiiissi'l.' Ono,
Eiigene Isaacs, another Irdian, in a
e. D. A bbott ,
iier tmhd rested oft it bdiilster. *»-
dispute over the right to use a road.
Ing a staircase, she saw the light <>f i
Th Jacksonville Orchestra will fur-
The Southern Oregon Welding Works nish he music for the Hallowe'en Ball
the sky through ah open door ami
window and entered a room. Thcr^
('I N. Mullin & Son) has gotten out Octoier 29. Come out and give the
Aluminum lh> Misi i bu"- tryuililing like an aspen, she crouched'
some neat posters describing the new boysa little encouragement.
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Ore.
in ii‘ corner.
Ox A etylene welding process a plant
Frark Iordan, M. J. Duryea, D. D.
thb Operation df which has Wen in-
casements of the AvindoU’ft' w|lieli were
i‘nlied irt Mr. Miillin's fdacksriiith shop Norrs and thv mayor and <“ity couneil-
loose, rattled, and the few blind? 'bn*
men rf AshlFoffWere rt the Court house
id this citv;
had not been shaken off by other winos
Thuisday to interview (tie county court
Atfffrtnum is the most abuhjarff 61 i,e'gait to slum. Besides, the sky had
Had we known in 1912 that there
Thomas Carlton and Mis» Gertrude regarding road matters.
all tiie metik In the form <if its ox become coteied with clouds, and the .
was going to be a grave war menace
iiiafried at Medford,, Wed
(From off oUf Wireless)
Ths 9’Wing club met at the home of
wh might have elected the colon. I to
nesday October 6, Rev. W. F. SMeids I Mr* B. klurff c’f Medfnrd, Friday af ide alumina, it constitute abodt 15 per ( i ju/or girl bonld not see lier hrtiid befote
cent of the earth’s crust, accirdirg t< her tU(F ftii* had beetled lief blather's '
! the presidency—but perhaps it is just
officiating. The bride is the daughter ternoon. Those attending were. Mes- the UniMd Statci Geological Survey. injunctions to iairw
-as well that we did not know-
of William Ulrich and the groom is a dames Lewis Ulrich, John Dunning on, Yet until rece it yeaii! !t ‘•a* a flffriosi- and had it in a bag wliiell SW tarrted | The Czar will now share
' *•< bvstmasler of Chicago, Carter II.
wellknown stockman of the Eagle Ben Collins, Harry Luy an I Fred Fick. ty; there were only a few hundred or
I’uitin? nnt n hand, ffhe felt a piece ' Hindenburg'
” irrisod ni ght make the 3 cent stamp
Mrs. j. E. Ceck n:i", Mi*» Cirrie few thous nd p >unds in existence, and of furniture, but coliftf ikot tell what
<e was $14 or $15 a pound. With it was. Taking her lamp fio'tt her
If anything can be more si loporiflc]/an10"8
FOR SALE -TIMBER LAND -I have Beekman and Benj imm B. Beekman, ft*
—,' ' Ma’s ‘ little Johnnv” gets his labor
th; n fir» life story of the average mo-
for sale at a bargain, four tracts of ' who have been spending sever il months in a ge neration it naS tJe*ome very Man bag, she flashed It.
Rhe was standing before n bureau tion picture aifs»»», let us have
timber, totalling 9T) acres, all In the | at Portland and visitin' points of in- ful, r.ow selling a about 20 cents a
1— it for <!k.V */h«n school opens and swallows
| him up.
Same region, for sale at a bargain if teteit in Washington and British Co- pound. Th? entry of aluminum into and lookhig MfalKht Into the mirror. ! the insomnia patients'.
in the mirror was if reflection of a , Astronomer Mellush, who has ffi.ssuv- I 1 ShortH skirls fur women mav or may
taken at oMca, Land i? located
lum ia, returned h mu Tuesday m rn- th • field of useful metals came with
head and sliotililers.
I not indicate a policy of retrenchment
tile disc vafy that It could be extract-1 man's
Douglas county and is worth dotiii'e Itl
A scream was suppressed nt seeing efell hl* fourth comet, deserve much
ad fr»m the mineral bauxite, a c’r.y-l not tlie face of a murderer, but n young praise; thouifh *• could have worried probably no..
the price askel. Apply to D . W,
Petitions are being circulated for the like suiiKtunce. This min-ral iieelf i>
Hartlepool offers itself as an attrac-
Bagshaw, Jacksonville, Oregon.
man in evening dress. Moreover, the along with the cornefa We had.
recall of four of Medford's city coun- b no means plentiful, but known d> • moment the lamp was flashed lie smiled.
I tive resort where Admi al von Tirpitz
Mrs, HSnrg Srhnlt» died at her home I ei'md 1 on account of differences of
posits are sufficient to make ■ lumi' um In n twinkling Clara found herself not rather out of place, but they are more may take his proposed vacation.
Hear Medfori, Thursday; Oct 1. aged opinion regardirig the proposed bond
an important competitor of certain m . only free from her eup|»osed danger, I appropriate than readings from Bi own
Each armed Mexican invader of Tex
?0 ydafS. She leaves a htlsband and issue. The Mail Tribune designate! tail stleh as copper and tin, in a goal but protected from real or tinnglnary
seems to be able to annex a plat of
icVen grownup children, one of whom the effort a? ‘‘a shame to our eittlen- manv lines of work.
“Don't lie frightened.” said the man
Ireland’s emigration is now the low Texas soil six feet by three.
Is A lolph, a former resident of this ship and a di‘grace to Medford.”
Alr-.-ad aluminum hasdisplaced steel quickly. “Aren’t you Miss Clara Dun
Though the cost of living is high and ,
est it has been since 1851 and its popu
city. Funeral services will be held at
Medford has lost its suit against tie in certain class-s of c utstruc-ion where can?”
lation has begin to increase, though the price of funerals is going up, one
her late residenoe Sunday at J P. M., tjilif1 tnia Oregon Power Co. in which strength is required in combination
Htill prefers America to Europe.
Interment in the Cemetery at this city. the city sought to annul a contract giv- with ex >< me lightness, such as in th -
"I’m Fred Stewart. I came home in slowly. This means much for the En -
era Id Isle.
An cm of u> u ual pin ctua.ity among
The city Council he'd a regular meet i g the cctnpany a b ase for 25 years manufacture of flying m icliines. An
mer. is foreshadowed by the promised
ing at the City H ill, Tile’dttv evening. with the option to purchase the plant. alloy known as duralumin, c< ntaini >g
that you bail started to come tip the
fash on of ankle watches for women.
Nothing special was transacted; the The Feder.il court in a decision by ab ut 95 percent of alu minum. i.- cla m- hill, and I thought 1 would meet you thing must be done, so he tales com
Why Hhould a diplomat take this
considering • t bills for labor, supplies,
on the way. I fam led 1 saw a wo
etc. was the principal business of the I of the franchise and allows the compa of good Bessemer steel, although it i- man come in here and that it might tie nurg bears up hr ively under ihe b'ow. country for a doorm it.
Winston Churchill recently first lol :
We mit'h venture to suggestth.it in
meeting. A protest against the mar ny to purchase the plant for $20,000 only one-third us heavy. This all >y you. so I"—
“Oh. 1 am ko thankful!" interposed , of tne British admirably, likes to punt certain qla ters in which American di
shal going off duty so early was mode and apply $17,606 owed by the city for possess s great hardness when ann-al-
tnkr m»1 1 I indscapes, possible because thev h ive plomacy is interested wh it is needed
by Joseph Wetterer and the matter power already furnished, as part pay- ed, and it - melting point is above 1.200 Clnra. “For heaven's sake
so few dreadnoughts in them sailing most is nut those longwin led notea,
degrees F. The great future of alimi-
discutssed at some length.
inent of the Durchase price.
Whether Clara collapsed In his arms up the Dardanelles to Constantinople. but one of those longwinded spanking*
The following !s from a r, cent issue
or not neP'ier of them eter told. At
It is reported that two sledge ham
whereby it can be commercially extrac- any rate, she leiined heavily iqioii him
Weal'h and religion seem to have but • that fut.ier use-1 to administer.
mers belon?ing to Mullin's shop were of a Medford paper. ‘‘0. N. Nelson’s
unlimited deposits of Ms tlicv left the lioii-e lie Illuminating little in common.
Thoigh au’om biles and in >t »rcycles
found in the alley back of Taylor-Wil young daughter, Linnea, who for the
class and rocks, whirl. the way "Uh »lie electric lump, and
itiuu t > kill irn, the p.i.ieslrian
li." ’ i’ store Wednesday morning, but
e... ist in all parts of the world, The Inter they a;t| irei nt the young Inon’s 01 str.iction of family trees.
still arnestly <1 mauds a ; lace in the
\ ho placed them there and with whit ry’s academy, received the first prize
day whict 5hall yield really cheap alum '.'cue. w'n-ie they found tlie party ls»b
Out of the frying pan of courtship a II sun.
pnrno.ie, has not been ascertained No for her crayon drawings at the Oregon
inum holds out boundless possibilities blog for iipptes.
man often »tips into the fire o* rnatr.-
If subm irines can cr isi the ocean
b ir -lur would need to use such ham- S’ate fair. Her works took second
Th? chemist or investigator who can from that Halloween untlierlng was
from west to east they can duplicate
rn -rs t > enter any business h >use in premium at the county fair; but then
d«.i-e the n-e'ed process of ««traction that of Cium Dunean and Fred Stew-
tie city. Some persons think that the she had to compete with grown Deuple
I The self made man is apt to make the feat when traveling in the othsr di-
will not be forgo.ten b, BUC"eel'ng • rt
h inmerswere placet at the store in ' while at Salem her competit r were
Mi dollar mark in this world.
order to prove that the marshal was 1 all amateurs under sixteen y..ars of 1 generations.
not keeping proper watch at night.
age. ’ ’
.The Result of a
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