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JACKSONVILLE, JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY. JULY 13. 1923
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mc
Summons for Publication.
Notice of Sheriff’s Sale. Notice of Hearing Final Account.
In the County Court of the State of
Coy and children were here
Notice is hereby given that under Oregon, in and for the County of Jack-
Suit to Foreclose Mortgage.
At the meeting held July In the Circuit Court of the State of and in pursuauce of an execution duly son.
this week from Klamath
In the Matter of the Estate of Rich
in and for the County of Jack- issued out of and under the seal of the
5th the board of directors of I Oregon
Circuit Court of Oregon, for Jackson ard B. Faulds, Deceased.
Miss Susan Lindley is here
Phe California Oregon Pow Alice Sargent, Plaintiff, vs C. B. County, to me directed and dated on Notice is hereby given that Paul M.
from Portland for a week’s
Rev. E. H. Edgar, recent er Company declared the ; Carlton, Jeannette Carlton, Frank the 21st day of June, 1923, in a certain Janney, Administrator with the will
visit at the home of her ly from Lakeview, will con
Viets, Minnie M. Knapp and A. M. suit therein, wherein Gus Newbury annexed of the Estate of Richard B.
regular dividend of $1.75 per ’ Knapp, Defendants.
plaintiff, and A. W. Walker and Faulds, deceased, has made and filed
duct services in the Presby share on the Preferred Capi To Frank Viets, of the above named was
Kathlyn Walker and Frank C. Bram- his Final Account with the Clerk of
well, superintendent of Banks of the said Court and that the Court has ap
The Knights of Columbus terian church here next Sun tal Stock of the Company, : defendants:
In the Name of the State of Oregon, !
of Oregon, are defendants, and pointed Saturday, the 14th day of July,
will hold their annual basket day at 11 a. m. All invited. payable July 25, to stock you are hereby required to appear and State
in which said suit, the plaintiff recover 1923, at 10 o’clock A. M., at the Court
answer the complaint of the above I
picnic at the Buckley ranch
judgment against A. W. Walker House in Jacksonville, said County and
The business of our new holders of record as of July named plaintiff on file with the Clerk ' ed
and Kathlyn Walker in the full sum of State, as the time and place for hear
on Applegate next Sunday.
of this Court within six weeks ffom1 one thousand twenty-four and 29-100 ing said Account and that all persons
garage has increased to such
the date of the first publication hereof, dollars ($1,024.29), Twenty-five dollars interested in said Estate may appear
Mrs. Joe Pope and son extent that Mr. Hardman,
and you are hereby notified that if you ($25.00) costs, and one hundred dollars on or before said date and hie any ob-
have returned to their home the proprietor, has found it quarter ending July 15th and fail to appear and answer said com ($160.00) attorney’s fees, which judg jections thereto.
plaint as hereby required, or otherwise ment was enrolled and docketed in the
at North Bend, after a few necessary to hire an extra amounts to over $50,000.
Dated at Medford, Oregon, this 13th
plead thereto, within said time, the ■ Clerk's office of said Court, in said day of June, 1923.
days’ visit here with friends. mechanic—Joe Perry of
plaintiff will apply to the court for the county, on the 21st day of February,
PAUL M. JANNEY,
regularly upon the Preferrec relief prayed for in her said complaint, | 1923, and on which judgment there is a Administrator with
will annexed of the
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hunt Gold Hill.
Capital Stock since the date as follows, to-wit:
balance due of one thousand seventy-
Estate of Richard B. Faulds, Deceas
and daughter Velma, of Sal-
For a judgment against C. B. Carl- five dollars ($1,075.00), with interest
Of course Justice Gowdy of its issuance
ton and Jeannette Carlton in the fulL ' on cne thousand dollars ($1000.00) of
em, are here visiting their of Ashland very properly dis
■ sum of Two Thousand ($2000.00) Doi- [ : said judgment at 8% per annum from Administratrix’ Final Notice.
relatives—G. W. Godward missed the case of Clay Wal
Notice is hereby given that the un
Notice of Sheriff’s Sale. lars, together *with interest thereon 1 ' June 16, 1923, and in pursuance of dersigned
administratrix of the estate .
ker of Medford against Sher By virtue of an execution on Fore . the rate of six per cent per annum, the which execution I levied upon the fol- of John Nyswaner, deceased, has filed
i lowing described real property belong-
closure duly issued out of and under
Alphonse Aya, Medford iff Terrill. There wasn’t a the seal of the Circuit Court of the , further sum of Two Hundred ($200.00) i ing to the defendant, Kathlyn Walker, in the county court of Oregon, for Jack-
son County, her final account, and said
representative of the Colum ghost of a chance to make a State of Oregon, in and for the County , Dollars reasonable attorney’s fees, and to-wit:
court has fixed Saturday, July 28, 1923,
Commencing at a point 2.90 chains at ten o’clock in the forenoon of said
bia Tire Corporation and case out of this anyway, and of Jackson, to me directed and dated to be taxed.
north of the quarter section corner be day, at the court room of said court, in
on the 30th day of June, 1923, in a cer
Fred Fick have returned the costs were also very tain action therein, wherein Tillamook
tween sections seven and eight, in J acksonville, Oregon, as the time and
decreed to be a first lien upon the
township 37 South of Range 1 West of place for the hearing of said final ac
from a trip to Klamath coun jroperly assessed to Walker. County Bank, as plaintiff, recovered be
rea1 property in said complaint and in
the Willamette Meridian, and running count.
judgment against D. Burford and Kate
s id mortgage described, and again de
thence north on the section line, 17.11
Ethel Burford, the defendants, for the
All persons interested are hereby no
Big Jess Willard went sum of $14,255.09 with interest at 8% scribed as follows, to-wit:
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Conk
chains to the northeast corner of the tified to present their objections, if any
southeast quarter of the northeast they have, to said final account to said
lin and children have return down, under an earthquake, from June 1, 1923, with costs and dis ty, Oregon.
bursements taxed at $382.00, and the
Beginning at a point 35.0 feet South quarter of said section seven; running court, on or before said time.
ed to their home at Hoquiam, in New York last night, when further
sum of $1,200.00 with interest and 240.24 feet East of the Northwest thence West on the quarter section line
Wash., after a week’s visit Big Louis Firpo of South at 8% from June 15, 1923, which judg corner of Section 31, in Twp. 37 South, 20 chains; thence south 17.17 chains; Administratrix
of the Estate of John
thence east 20 chains to the place ol Nyswaner, deceased.
here with relatives—the Can America knocked him out in ment was enrolled and docketed in the R. 1 W., W. M. and running thence beginning,
containing 34.34 acres, as
Clerk’s office of said Court in said South 108.0 feet on the west line of
County on the 23rd day of June, 1923. Donation Land Claim No. 44; thence the said premises are described in Vol
Notice lor Publication.
gregation” of 100,000 people. Notice is hereby given that, pursu West 213.0 feet; thence North 108.0 ume 141, at page 518 of the Deed Rec
Chas. A. McVey, aged 71,
Department of the Interior,
It is up to Jess to go back ant to the terms of the said execution, fdet; thence East 213.0 feet along the ords of Jackson County, Oregon; And 1 U. S. Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon,
died Sunday at his home in
I will on the 18th day of August, 1923, South side of Dakota Ave. to place of will on the 21st day of July, 1923, at
June 6, 1923.
again to punching bulls, in at 10:00 A. M., at the front door of the beginning.
ten o’clock in the forenoon of said date,
Applegate valley and was
Notice is hereby given that John N.
stead of prizefighters.
buried Monday in the Ruch
in Jackson County, Oregon, offer for said mortgaged property be sold as up house, in Jacksonville, Jackson County, Matney of Ruch, Oregon, who, on May
and will sell at public auction for on execution, and the proceeds of said Oregon, offer for sale and will sell, at 28, 1918, made homestead entry, Serial
cemetery. He is survived
A. L. Leavitt of Klamath
public auction, for cash to the highest No. 011276, for the NWJ4 of NWLi,
to the highest bidder, to satisfy sale be applied as follows, to-wit:
by his widow', two sons and Falls, judge of the circuit s cash
Sec. 29 Twp. 3« S. of R. 3 West of W.
aid judgment, together with the costs
First. To the payment of expenses bidder, all the right, title, interest, ana
M., has filed notice of intention to make
court in that district, presid
provided by law, all of the right, title ments of this suit, including the sum of either thereof hud on the 21st day ol three-year proof to establish claim to
The burial of Thomas J. ed in circuit court here a and interest that the said defendants, $220.00 reasonable attorney’s fees.
February, 1923, or may have acquired the land above described, before F. Roy
Davis, U. S. Commissioner, at Med
Second. To the payment of such since'said time, or now have in and to
Mackin, who died at his home
Oregon, on the 17th day of July,
on the 15th day of June, 1923, or judgment as may be recovered by the the said described premises to satisfy
at Leland Saturday, took the hearing of the civil suit had
the balance due upon suid judgment in 1923. Claimant names as witnesses:
now have in and to the following de plaintiff in this suit.
M. C. Van Cleave, Frank Van Cleave,
place in the Jacksonville of Scott vs Haas, involving scribed property, situated in the Coun- j Third. The balance, if any there be, sofar as the amount received at such Will
Matney, all of Ruch, Oregon, and
cemetery Monday. He for the title to real estate near
Fred Offenbacher of Applegate, Ore.
The West 62 acres of the North half vise and direct.
W. H. CANON,
merly resided in Jacksonville Trail. Judge Thomas was a (N J4) of the Northwest quarter (NW J4) That said defendants and each, every redemption as provided by law.
of Section 31 in Township 35 South of
and was 63 years old.
C. E. TERRILL,
Motive to Creditors.
this reason did not act as Range 2 West of the Willamette Merid foreclosed over and from any and all
Sheriff of Jackson County, Oregon.
Mr. Ben B. Beekman of
right, title and interest or claim in or
ian in Jackson County, Oregon.
Notice is hereby given that the un
to said mortgaged premises and every By L. D. Forncrook, Deputy.
Dated this 6th day of July, 1923.
dersigned has been appointed by the
Portland made a flying trip
j22 j20 County Court of Jackson County, Ore
part and parcel thereof, save only the
C. E. TERRILL,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Deedy
to his old home town of
Sheriff of Jackson County, Oregon. right of redemption as provided by law;
gon, Executrix of the Estate of Marion
that it be further decreed that the de
F. Taylor, Deceased.
Suit in Equity for Divorce
Jacksonville this w’eekto ad and two children and Mrs. By L. D. Forncrook, Deputy.
_________ j!3 alO fendants Frank Viets, Minnie M.
All persons having claims against
just some business matters, A. M. Collender, of San
Knapp and A. M. Knapp have no right,
said estate are hereby required to pre
leaving again for the city this Francisco, surprised their rel
title, or interest or claim or lien upon
In the Circuit Court of the State of sent the same, properly verified, to L.
said described real property prior in Oregon for Jackson County.
A. Roberts, Attorney for said Estate,
evening. His mother and atives here Wednesday by a
point of time to plaintiff’s said mort
at his office in Ashland, Oregon, within
sister will remain in Portland visit. Mrs. Collender is a
gage lien, and that said defendants’ in
six months from date of the first publi
terest, if any, is second, subordinate William E. Murray, Defendant.
until this coming Fall.
sister of Mrs. J. W. Robin
To William E. Murray, the above- cation of this notice, which is June 22,
and inferior to plaintiff’s said mort
Elizabeth F. Taylor,
Their friends are pleased to son and John F. Miller, and
That at such sale the plaintiff may
note that in the Medford Clar Mrs. Deedy is her daughter.
You are hereby required to ap|>eai
become the purchaser and the Sheriff
Notice tor Publication
and answer the complaint filed against
ion’s big prize contest Mrs. The visitors will spend a few
of Jackson County, Oregon shall im
Department of the Interior,
mediately thereafter put the purchaser you in the above entitled court and |
Fred Fick of Jacksonville is days at Crater Lake and the
cause on or before six weeks from the U. S. Land Office at Roseburg, Oregon,
“There is very little sense
date of the first publication of this
June •>, 1923.
in the lead in the second dis Oregon Caves before return
spending the best part of one’s life erty, and that plaintiff may have such summons, and if you fail to so appear
trict—which comprises all of
in working hard to get a few dol other and further relief as to the court and answer said complaint, within the ' Shaffer of Applegate, Oregon, who, on
if those dollars do not earn
Jackson county outside of
time required, the plaintiff will apply May 28, 1918, made homestead entry,
Signs, directing tourists to lars
for you after you get them. . .
Medford—and Mrs. Chas. A. our free auto park, which if your income is $5000 or under,
This summons is served upon you by to the court for the relief demanded in Serial No. 011426 for lots 1 and 2, Sec.
complaint, a succinct statement ol 25, Twp. 38 S., R. 4 West W. M., and
Adams is in the lead in the were ordered several weeks it is probable that all your savings publication once a week for six succes her
which is as follows: That the bonds of on September 21, 1920, made Additional
name time should be used as
ago, have finally arrived and for
sonville Post, a weekly newspaper of matrimony existing between plaintiff homestead entry No. 013317 for the SJ4
an investment fund.”
general circulation, pursuant to an or- . and defendant be dissolved; that plain- of SE!4, Sec. 24 Twp. 38 S. of R. 4
Harry Lewis, who had have been put up at suitable
der of Hon. C. M. .Thomas, Judge of tiff be awarded the custody and control West of W. M., has filed notice of in-
been employed in a meat places along the state high
the above entitled court, and which or of the minor child, Raymond Lee Mur- tention to make three-year proof to es-
is dated May 26th, 1923, and it is ray; that defendant pay the sum of $25 tablish claim to the land above describ-
market at Klamath Falls, had
therein and herein ordered and required per month for the support of said mi ed, before F. Roy Davis, U. S. Com
the misfortune a few days more work to complete it,
that you appear and answer plaintiff's I nor; that plaintiff have judgment for missioner, at Medford, Oregon, on the
complaint in said cause on or before six her costs and disbursements in this ltith day of July, 1923.
ago to cut off one of his fin and this will be attended to
Claimant names as witnesses: W. F.
weeks from the date of the first publi suit; and such other relief as the court
gers in a sausage machine. at once. Among other con
-Wright, 1’. H. Maben, Wm. H. Mc
may deem equitable.
cation of this summons.
This summons, by order of the Hon. Daniel and Ed Rowden, all of Apple
He is spending a few days veniences, city water is to be
The date of the first publication of
Copco Stock — par value $100—
C. M. Thomas, judge of said court, gate, Oregon.
with home folks here and
W. H. CANON,
date of the last publication, and on or made on the 12th day of May, 1923, is
7.14% per annum. Stock may be
will then join his father at kitchen at the rear of the secured on partial payment plan — before which date you are required to served upon you by publication thereof jl5jl3
appear and answer, is July 13th, 1923. for a period of six successive weeks in
Notice to Creditors.
$5 per month.
Dead Indian, where they old U. S. hotel.
the Jacksonville Post, of Jacksonville,
T. W. MILES,
In the County Court of the County of
Attorney for Plaintiff. Oregon. The date of the first publica
will camp for a month or so./' ^he editor of : a Medford
Residence and postoffice address: Med- tion being on the 18th day of May, 1923, Jackson in and for the State of Oregon.
in the Mutter of the Administration
Mrs. Alice Sargent left at paper recently . published an
and the date of the last publication of the Estate of James M. Cronerniller,
this office one-day this week item to the effect that he has
Notice of Final Account. thereof being on the 29th day of June, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Elizabeth
a bouquet of flowers, which been deeply concerned over
In the County Court of the State of 1923.
I.. A. ROBERTS,
R. Cronerniller and David H. Cronemil-
is of historic interest. The the problem as to how, after
Attorney for Plaintiff.
ler, by order of the above entitled
In the Matter of the Estate of C. H.
Postoflice address, Ashland, Oregon.
bouquet was comprised of his work here is ended, he is
court, have been ap[>ointed and now
are the duly qualified and acting admin
Notice is hereby given that the un
the same kind of poppies, ever going to manage to get
istrators of the above named decedent’s
dersigned, Administratrix of the above
about which the immortal his shirt on over his wings.
named estate has filed her Final Ac
Wanted to hear from owner of farm estate. All persons having claims
poem was written by Col. The rival editor in the same
count in said County Court of Jackson or good land for sale, for fall delivery. against said decedent's estate are re
quired to present the name, with prop
County, Oregon, and that Saturday,
John McCrea, “Poppies town at once replied: “Stop
L. Jones, Box 177, Olney, III.
er vouchers, to the said administrators
the 28th day of July, 1923, at ten o’clock
Grow in Flanders Fields” in worrying about how you are
at, the office of Calkins & Hanna at 32
A. M. and the Court room of said Court
North Central Avenue, Medford, Jack-
at Jacksonville, Oregon, have been ap OSM —— Highest
France, where thousands of going to get your shirt on
-on County, Oregon, within six months
pointed by said Court as the time and
our soldiers are buried. Mrs. over your wings, brother,
from the date of this notice.
place for the hearing of objections to
ting, watch repairing,
agate mounting and jew |
Dated this 22nd day of June, 1923.
Sargent secured, from a Se and begin worrying about
said report and the settlement thereof.
Elizabeth R. Cronerniller,
attle florist, the poppy seed, how you are going to get
Martin J. Reddy,
David H. Cronerniller,
MYRTLE E. SPALDING,
your hat on over your horns.”|
which came from France.
Yreka and Dunsmuir
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