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Sofia, the Bulgarian Capital.
McElheny Claims Merit for
Wise Use of Auction
Th« elements of an Ideal method
bf wbolesal« distribution for large
cities was the topic of an address by
V. K. McEllieny, Jr., President of the
American Fruit aud Produce Auction
Association at the Second Pl 'an-
American Scientific Congress, held at
Washington, D. C.
In part, he spoko as follows:
*'Suppose one were to construct on
behalf of the grower an
Wholesale Marketing system for large
cities, of what should such system con-
constructing tho Ideal
method let us consider as applied to
Commodities whose production has be
come large, two methods now used.
Itw will contend that the method of
Consigning a commodity to bo sold at
private salo is the ideal method. The
Consensus of opinion has condemned
No city in the cast has undergone
such a magic trunsfuruiatlon ns Sofia
Prior to the emancipation of the Bal
pars it was a small Turkish town of
20,000, witli narrow, dirty si reels.
There was practically no trade, and the
people were in a hideous stale of pov
erty. The city which has now risen up
has a population of about 125.000 anil
Is rapidly becoming one of the beat In
eastern Euro|ie. Architecturally it lias
far more claim to respect than is at
first apparent. The streets, which are
well paved and beautifully clean, are
too narrow for the adequate display ot
the fine proportions of the czar's pal
ace. the National theater, the general
postoffice, the war office, the Bulgari
an National bank, the William Glad
stone High School For Boys, the Grand
Hotel de Bulgaria, the National Agri
cultural bank, the Sobranje and many’
other public buildings which are of tine
sandstone. Tlio ecclesiastical edifices
are of remarkable beauty, especially
the new cathedral.—Review of Re
Soy Beans a Human Food.
estate are 1 ereby n 'titled to present
the same with proper vouchers an I
duly verified to M. Purdin, attorney
fir said estate at MedfcrJ, Oregon,
w hi-i six months from the date of
th m tice.
Dated and fust publisho 1 the 19th
fa, of Ftiriary, 1916.
V. H. V awter ,
Administrator with the will annexed
of ir.e es ate of Lottie J. C. Johnson,
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Notice of Final Settlement.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF 1 HE . TATE OF
OREGON. FOR JACKSON COUNTY.
In the matter of the estate
ot Joseph Walter, deceased.
Notice is hereby given all parties
interested in the above entiiled matter
that the undersigned has filed hit final
account therein and that in pursuance
of an order made and entered by the
County Judge in said matter, the hear
ing upon said account has been set for
M inday, March 20th, 1916, at 10 o’clock
i 1 the forenoon, at the County Court
r >om in Jacksonville, Otegon, when
a id where all said parties may appear
and show cause, if any, why said ac-
ojnt should not be allowed and the
application therein granted.
Date of the first publication of this
notice is February 19th 1916.
G. C. M c A llister ,
Administrator, with the Will annexed,
of the estate of Joseph Walter, de-
This summons is served upon you by .
publication once a week for six con-
»ecutive weeks in the Jac U’onv.lk-
Post, a weekly n.-wspiper of general
circuisti n published in Jacks« ' I1 ■ i ’•
Jackson County, Oregon, by or Ier o '
JulgeF. M. Calkins, Judge of said
C >urt, said order having been m id ■ or :
the 18th diy of February, 1916. Dite
of the first publication is February 19,
Gus N ewbury ,
At orney for Plaintiff.
.• ?. .WCTON
in need of
OV-B 65 YCAB3-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF
OREGON FO't THE COUNTY OF JACKSON.
Charles A. Cripps, Plaintiff,
Jeanette Cripps, Defendant.
To Jeanette Cripps, the above named
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON, You are hereby requir
ed to appear ard answer the complaint
filed against you in ihe above entitled
Court and cause, on or before six
weeks from the da'e of the fuse publi
cation of this Summons, si :d firsi pub
lication being on the 15th i..<y of Janu
ary 1916. And you are hereby i jCfied
that if you fail to appear an 1 answer
sai l complaint, for want there if the
plaintiff will apply to above entitled
Court for the relief demanded in the
said Complaint to-wit:
That the bonds of matrimony here
tofore and now existing between p1,in
tiff and defendant, be disicived, and
that the plaintiff be reb’a-ed there
from, and for a decree of this Court
forever annulling and dissolvi"? the
said bonds of matrimony, end for a de-
deeree of absolute divorce from the de
fendant herein. For sin a other and
further relief as to this C“U -t may
seem just and equitable.
This Summons, by order of Honor
able F. L. TouVcll Judge of the Coun
ty Court ef the State of Oregon, in and
for Jackson County, regularly made in
open Court in Jacksonville, Oregon, on
the 14th day of Jinuary 1916, is setvsd
upon you by the pu'ul’cation thereof for
a period of six successive weeks in the
Jacksonville Post, a newspaper pub
lished regularly once per week at Jack
sonville, Oregon, £>.d cf gereral circu
lation in said County and Staie, the
date of the first publication of this
summons bring on Saturday January
15, 19^, and ihe date of the last publi
cation thereof being on the 26th day of
N ewton W. B orden ,
Attorney for Plaintiff
Soy bean flour may be used much
the same way as cornmeal. Although
this crop has been grown tn America
for a quarter of a century, says the
Farm and Home, it has been used
only for a stock feed, while in China
and Japan it has been used for hu
man food for many centuries.
Practically the only use made of
soy bean flour so far in tills country is
in certain types of Illness where it is
desirable to limit the amount of starch
fed the patient Flour made from ripe
soy beans, although rich in protein and
oil, contains little or no starch. This,
mixed with wheat flour, therefore in
creases the protein content and low
ers the starch content, while the bread
is very similar in appearance to ordi
nary wheat bread. When more than I n the COUNTY COURT OF OREGON, FOR
25 per cent soy bean flour is used the
character of the bread or cakes is ma-
In the matter of the Estate of Daniel
Whetstone, an insane person.
Wanted the Test.
To Daniel Whetstone. Eunice Almira
A western professor said one day Whetstone and Hazel Whetstone, and
that he could tell good soil by tasting to all persons interested in said estate.
it, and a man tn the east end who saw
the statement promptly packed a box Greeting:
In the name of the State of Oregon,
and sent it to him by parcel post, He
You ar? hereby called and required to
also Inclosed this note:
“Dear Professor—1 saw what you appear in the County Court of the
said about tasting soil and am sending State of Oregon, for the County of
a sample selected Iiiipliaziud from my Jackson, at the Court Room thereof,
back yard, 1 wish you’d give it the at Jacksonville, in the Countj’ of Jack-
palate test and tell me frankly what son, on the 13th day of March, 1916, at
you think, I don’t seem to have any 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day,
luck with it myself
My cabbages then and there to show cause, if any
cauie up without beads, my potatoes you have, why Nick Kime should not
have been mistaken for chestnuts, my
onions are scentless, and my corn looks be appointed guardian of the estate of
like bird shot Bite off a chunk and Daniel Whetstone, situate in Jackson
let me bear from you. Never mind Count«, State of Oregon as prayed for
about returning the balance. Keep it in his petition on file in the above en-
for dessert Write soon.’’—Cleveland titled court: It is ordered by the
Court that service of this citation be
that method an being uuRatisfactory. Plain Dealer.
made upon the above named persons by
Next let us consider the method of
Mystery of the Egg.
publication in the Jacksonville Post, a Notice of Sheriff’s Sale Under
sales f. o. b. cars at the point of
An egg fur one thing is a succession newspiper of general circulation,
shipment. Certainly no one can object
Execution in Foreclosure.
if a grower or shipper can make a of bugs bagged up in one another, a printed and published in Jackson
First State Bank of Rogue River,
sale satisfactory to himself by this
County, Oregon, four weeks prior to Plaintiff
method. But there are three serious another, bags and envelopes without the 13th day of March, 1916.
objections to the f. o. b. sale method joints, seams or openings. Puzzles,
W itness , the Hon. F. L. Tou V elle ,
John E. Day, Eudora A. Day.
which prevent it from being the ideal ships built up and full rigged in bot
Judge of the County Court of the Frederick Lincoln Kneeland, William
method. The first is, as production tles. flics in amber, are simplicity itself
State of Oregon, for the County of L. Finley, The Albany Nursery, W. E.
becomes larger the cash buyers are as puzzles when It conies to how these
Jackson, with the Seal of said Court Buchanan, R. L. Sabin, and_______
fe wer. A test of any method as an bags wrap one another up. bag in bag.
affixed, this 7th day of February, Kneeland, wife of Frederick Lincoln
ideal system is its efficacy in years In a lien’s egg there are eight or nine
of large production. To secure the or ten of tlie sacks in sacks ensacked.
Kneelan I, Defendants.
best results a method must be con Everybody thinks lie knows wliat an
[ seal ]
By virt'ie of an Execution and Order
tinuous and there is no continuity
G. A. G ardner , Clerk.
Sale duly issued out of and under
where the method fails when it is
the seal of the Circuit Court of the
most needed, that is in years of large learn that nobody knows a tiny frac
production. The second objection is, tlon of all the world of secrets and
Notice of Final Account State of Oregon in and for the County
of Jackson, dated the 18th day of
the cash buyer purchases for profit mysteries hidden In an egg. “As full
which profit in an ideal system should of meat as nu egg" Is not the true IV THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE February. 1916, and to me directed in
OF OREGON, FOR JACKSON COUNTY.
go to the grower. The third objection comparison, but "as full of mystery
a certain suit therein, wherein the
is that when the goods are to be paid ns an egg" is nearer the truth.—Ex- In the matter of the estate of
First State Bank of Rogue River, as
for by paying a draft with the bill
Plaintiff, on the 16th day of February
Mary Geiger, deceased.
of lading attached it vary
Burns and Fame.
Notice is hereby given that the un 1916, recovered a judgment against
happens payment of the draft Is
administrator of the estate the defendant John E. Day, Eud >ra
refused in the event of a declino in
when Just emerging from obscurity of Mary Geiger, deceased, has render A. Day and Frederick Lincoln Knee
“It is now pertinent to ask, what Jocularly anticipated that his birthday ed and filed for settlement in the above land, and each of them for the sum of
should be included in an ideal system would come to lie noted among other entitled Court, the final account of his One Thousand ($1000.0)i Dollars with
of Wholesale Marketing for large cities remarkable events In n letter to tils administration cf said estate and the interest, thereon from 1st day of
were a system to be newly constructedf early patron. Gavin Hamilton, in 1780
said Court has ordered that Monday the March, 1915, ut the rate of 8 per cent
“In my opinion an ideal method he says, “For my own affairs I am in
day of March, 1916, at the hour of per annum and One Hundred Ten
should contain tho following five ole
’clock A. M. of said da'’, at the ($110.03) Dollars attorney’s fees, and
mints: It should
and you may henceforth expect to see court room of said Court in theCoun’y the further sum of Twenty-threi and
“(a) Bring about a maximum dis
my birthday iuserllxsl among the won court house in Jacksonville, Jackson 65-10'1 ($23.65) Dollars, costs w fiich
tribution of the commodity.
derfnl events in the Poor Ilobin and
“(b) Procure the highest wholesale Aberdeen altiinnacs along with the County, Oregon, be fixed as the time judgment was enrolle J and docketed in
market price consistent with maximum Black Monday and the battle of Both and place for the hearing of objections the Clerk’s office of said Court in sad
to said final account and for the settle- l 1 County on the 16th day of February
“(c) Have complete publicity in all
1916, and is of record in Volume 24 of
merit thereof and of said estate.
Circuit Court Journal at pages 41
Wild Hogs as Watchdogs,
*'(<!) Render a return to the grower
In some parts of Mexico the wild tate are hereby notified to make or file and 42 thereof.
or shipper as soon as possible after
I am commanded by said Execution
tho sale, at the same time guaranteeing hog«, which th* natives cull Jnbalis. their objections to said final account if
are used ns watchdogs, if they lire nnv they have, on or before the time and Order of sals to sell the real prop
tho grower against loss arising from
caught young and brought up with aforesaid, fixed for the hearing and er!y hereinafter described, I will
the insolvency of the buyer,
goats they will go out into the hills
“(e) Render it« «eri ices at ä mini
with the herd and fight coyotes or oth settlement thereof.
Monday the 20th day of March, 1916
er wild animals. If they are raised
“Now, after a consideration
the hour of 10 o’clock A M at the
with chickens they will protect them
foregoing let the grower or shipper They are as useful ns any dog around
front door of the Court House in Jack
himself the question 1 \\ hut a bouse at night and can be trained to
sonville, Jackson County, Oregon,
method of wholesale distribution in follow their master like a dog.
offer for sale and will sell at public
large cities most nearly approximates
auction to the highest bidder for cash,
the above standard'.
subject to redemption as is by law
OREGON, FOR JACKSON COUNTY.
must be the ‘Auction Method of
•■Regicides’’ In English history were Ethel Stiles, Plaintiff,
provided, all of the right, title an I in
distribution * ’
the commissioners uppointed to try
terest of the defendants, in and to the
King Charles I., 150 lu number, of Roy Stiles, Defendant.
following described real property situ
whom seventy acted and fifty nine
ated in Jackson County, Oregon,
llgned the death warrant January.
1049. Of these last tweuty nine were fendant:
The Northwest quarter of the
In the Name of the State of Oregon:
tried aud executed.
V. K. McEllieny, Jr., President of
You are hereby notified and required Northeast quarter (NW'i NE'J of
th« American Fruit and Produce
At Her Finger Tip».
to appear in the above entitled Court Section Numbered twenty two (22) in
Auction Association writes:
"Maude boasted to ine yesterday that and cause and answer the c >mplaint of Township Thirty-six (36) South. of
“Wo had » very interesting sale »bu had her employer's business xt her plaintiff, now on file therein against Range Four (4) West, of Willamette
of New York State apples today, linger til's."
you, within six weeks from the date of Meridian, according to U. S. Govern
Among other things we had 90 barrels
“Of course she tins. She's his type
the first publication of this Summons ment Survey thereof with all the tene
which were «old about a month ago writer.”—Baltimore American.
you, which is the 19th day of ments and hereditaments thereunto
by sample and brought »4.00 per bar
February, 1916: and if you fail to «p-1 belonging.
rel which was the top price for t hi«
market at that time,
To pear and answer within the time re All of the above property will be
“ We reoffered them today. They
quired, for want thereof the plaintiff sold at said time ani place in the
brought »4 15 although this buyer
will apply to the Court for the relief manner provided by law for the sale
wasted to buy them from ns privately
Notice is hereby given that the un- prayed for in her complaint, to-wit. of real property un ier execution to
today and yesterday at »3.50. I have
dersigned ha» been appointed bv the for a decree of divorce dissolving the satisfy the juigment, attorney’» fee»,
Bo doubt if these apples hud been sold
bonds of matrimony heretofore and costa and accruing costs of this sale.
privately they would not have brought County Court of Jackson County
Dated this 18th day of February,
over »3.50 per barrel. We had at ths Oregon, as administrator with the will now existing between plaintiff and
•ale fully 100 buyer* with splendid
W. H. SlNGLER, Sheriff.
Johnson, deceased, and ha, qualified. dy of the minor child of plaintiff ami
By E. W. Wilson, Deputy.
All persons having claims against said defendant.
M at . ius
Anvono sending a Fketrh nnd description nmy
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sent free. Oldest nrrenev fur Bccurinjr patent 1.
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Change in Southern Pacific Time
Effective January 17, 1915.
NORTH BOUND TRAINS.
14 Portland Passenger
8:20 A. M.
12 Shasta Limited ...
Extra fare train.
SOUTH BOUND TRAINS.
13 California Express ........ 10:45 A.M.
15 San Francisco Express.. .4:00 P.M
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Extra fare train.
While the War
Is Going On and
Prices Are Low
Shrewd buyers will invest in Jacksonville
property and prepare for the raise which is
sure to come.
We can offer you a few bargains at prices
which will yield a handsome profit in the near
future. Get busy, at once.
Rogue River Realty Co.
R. R. R.
OFF1CE:-Bank of Jack
sonville Bldg. Upstairs
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’ DEALER IN
All kinds of soft and hard wood.
Tier or cordwood lengths. Prices
moderate and delivery prompt.