The American. (Central Point, Or.) 1928-1936, September 25, 1931, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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Phe AMIERIC IN, CE »TRAI, POINT, OREGON
P.U.KKHR
e*se(! to you, of which Charlea P
his home Sunday afternoon " * "
Fee and Jam es O'Connell a r e the OIU'H.tKD COVER CROPS
pa’ ient is rett'n>»
L e g a l N o t i c e owners of the legal title a* appears
SHOIXD BE HOW X ,OW
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE of record, situated in said County
Mrs. Williams visits City
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE and state and p articu larly bounded
*Mrs. O. R. W illiam s of Beagle was I
for the purpose of improving the
COUNTY OF JACKSON
and described as follows, to wit
down from her ranch Friday withi
The South Half (8V4 ) of South 80,1 ,,hould b** ‘,tanted
thU l ‘“ e '
PUBLISHED SUMMONS IN FORE -
produce which she traded to local I
Fran k D Knotzen son of Mrs W merchants for groceries.
CLOSURE OF DELINQUENT TAX Half ( S >-4 ) of Section 28. Township i,<<ordl,'K l " County Agent L P. W il-
32, South Range 3 East of W tllu m - j ''°*'
A. Crane,, of Thompson creek, met
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CERTIFICATES
Th* mol,t common crop used for with a painful accident last week Claude White Goes Motoring
L. A. ROBERTSON, Plaintiff, »». ette Meridian, Jack so n County, O r e -'
| this purpose is vetch, eith er common While startin g his tractor, the crank
CHARLES P. FEE, MAUD FEE, hie gOUi
Claude White of this city, accont \
and
of
which
said
C
harles
P.
Fee
ap
| “ i- H ungarian, In some cases, com sliped out of his baud and struck
wife, and the UNKNOWN HEIRS of
pasted Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pvburn ,
CHARLES K FEE, deceased, and pears of record a s owner of an tin ' blnation of vetch and grain, such as him in the face, cutting a deep gash. of Medford on a trip to Applegate i
JAMBS 0 ’< ONNBLL and CATHER­ divided tw o -th irds (2- 3) Interest " i n t e r oats, barley or rye a r e used He was rushed to Medford and is and Thompson creek Sunday.
INE O'CONNELL, his wife, and the for which C. D. 0759 issued, and said j Th‘' r“ t(' of *««ding for vetch alone is again able to work.
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UNKNOWN HEIRS Of JAMES O'­ Jam es O’Connell appears of record from 50 to 6u Pounds per acre,
Friends
Visit
Jleattys
CONNELL, deceased, and ALf, OTR as owner of an undivided one third while in combinations with grain the Party l t d urns From Washington
Mr.
and
Mrs.
J. A. Beatty of
is
from
4ft
to
50
pounds
per
ER PERSONS unknown owning or' (1 -8) interest for which said C. D. rate
Mrs. L. C. Hazelwood and son Grants Pass were visitors at the H.
Interested in the SOUTH HALF 0758 issued; and that except as here. | a, r**-
Luther, and Mrs. Ada Leep, who left
Beatty home Sunday.
(S>4) of SOUTH HALF (SVi) of in stated, all persons herein desig - EARLY 8KKDINO
ten days ago for a visit w-1th Mrs.
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Seeding should ta k e place e arly in Hazelwood’s daugh ter in Washing­
* Section 28, Township 32, South uated us "unknown heirs" and as
Hearts Visit on Spigot Creek
lli« t « *ood growth may ton, returned Sunday coon.
Range 3 East of Willamette Mérid­ " a ll other persons unknown, owning ,h e f » 11
They
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Peart spent
ien, Jackson County, Oregon, defend, or interested in the property," are be obtained before tem peratures get encountered some heavy rains in the
unknow-n, and th eir names and plac. so low that plant activity stops. E ar­ northern state, but met with no ace Sunday visiting with their friends
ants.
TO CHARLES P. FEE, MAUD es of residence a r e unknown, and ly seeded crops should be drilled or ¡dents. However, they witnessed j Mr. andMrs. Oscar Williams, on
FEE, his wife, and the unknown ! cannot by exercise ot due dlligeuce harrowed in deeper than late seeded several, one of which was the burn Spigot creek, near Evans creek.
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be ascertained; th at plaintiff has ones. If orchard soils have never ing of a big car which had been
HEIRS of CHARLES P. PEE, d e 1*-
Hunters Return— liag Empty
ceuged, and JA M ES , O’CONNELL made due and diligent search and been seeded to vetch before, seed in ditched.
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Swartz and
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and CATHERINE O'CONNELL, Ills inquiry of those most lik ely to know, oculation w ill be necessary.
Increased growth of the cover
Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Scott returned
wife, and the UNKNOWN HEIRS ot and the names and places of res­
Ohe Pankcy K d u rn s from Hospital
J A MBS O CONNELL, deceased, and idence of all of said hairs and own crop m ay he secured by using sown
Olie Pankey, who was operated on Tuesday afternoon from a trip to
all other persons unknown oWnipg or erg and persons interested are un nitrogenous fertilizer m aterial surh in a MedfOrld hospital the first of Evans creek If they were deer
luitppstsji Jit the South Half ( S * a > known and cannot by the exercise as sulphate of ammonia. Application last week, was discharged from the hunting, they did no bragging about
of South Half'
*or Section 28, of due diligence be ascertained; and should he tdom 150 to 351) pounds hospital
Sunday.
His daughter, getting tHe limit.
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Township 32 South Range 3 East of that a ll of you, the above named de— per acre.
Mrs. Guy Tex. and husband, brought I
Willamette Meridian, Jackson Coun fondants, are proper parties to this
Frys Visit Son
suit to foreclose M id c e r tific a te , ot Mra y f l a | K,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fry visited their
ty, Oregon;
IN T1IE NAME OF THE STATE tax delinquency, purchased as afore­
son,
( R. Fry and family on Trail
Mrs. H. E. Young returned S a t— I
OF OREGON: You and each of you said by the said L. A. Robertson.
Creek Sunday. Mr. Fry enjoys the
urday evening from Portland, where
You
arc -hereby notified that L. A. Rob­
distinction of being the oldest man
_ , are also notified that said L. she spent the week attending the
ertson Is the holder of Certificates' A * ob*rt»on has paid the taxes on Supr(.lne Convention of P. K <>.. and
in Jackson county driving a Ford,
of l)ellni|Ueney numbered o7B8 and said premises for prior or subsequent vl, |t|
,llany ft.,ende made during
he being S3 years of age.
0759, both of which were issued on years, togethes with Merest and p eb - | her g ,rlhood , h„ r„ At Eugene, she
May 1st, 1929, itv the Tax Collector ultiea, and the same, with the rate visited Dean Straub, “ the Grand Old
of the Comity of Jacksdn, State of of interest on said amounts is as ap Man of Oregon." The dean is now
. . couch, but with eager
Oregon, number djES fur the amount peurs in the following * statem ent, > to [confined , to hts
of $54.78 and number 0759 for the w-lt :
eye and warm heart, he welcomes
Undivided two thirds ( 2 - 3 ) In­ his friends.
amount of $108.94, the same being
the amounts then due and delin­ terest of Charles P. Fee in South
quent for taxes for the year 1926, Half (SV4) of South Hulf ( S H ) oi
together with penalty, and Interest Section 28, Township 32, South
thereon, upon the real property ass R ange 3 E.
B lijo y x ran» c o i.
L 0 VAl ^ S
to Portland
and
to Californi
A qnick overnight trip to S a n Francisco;
hy clay or overnight sleeper to Portland
N orth or So uth ,
Southern Pacific
invites you to en­
jo y the com forts
of train travel on
"our next trip.
__ __
First there's the
^
Shasta" to Portland and north,
a day train equipped with all-
ste. I coaches, comfortable re­
clining chairs, Pullm ans, and
the new Silver" lounge car.
Mj
Or you can take
the "Oregonian''
at night and arrive
in Portland the fol­
lowing rnoriun.,.
Southbound, rite
"S h asta" leaves
here at night and arrives in
San Francisco at 9:30 next
morning. You save an entire
day by using this overnight
service.
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ASK YOUR AC" NT ABOUT THE NEW LOW ONE-WAY AND
ROt NDTRIP FARES BETWEEN HERE AND POINTS NORTH.
F*
O.
PI IIKKY •ILE
Agent
m ih -.
ra S
Choose the
a G H S O Et 5
MEAT DISH first
Total Ain't Paid,
Date Rate
Paid of Int.
including Tax,
Penulty, and
Interest on tax
and on C. of D.
where such was
R edeemed.
1 enrs Tax
1923 $75.95 C. D. 0178 redeemed *ul».
^
A-| a,»liit:iH tu U. H. 0 i 50 hy
fé
$1185«
5 - 1 - 2 9 12
L
Robw'tuon
1924
76.32 Prior taxe* paid s u l* * -
quant to 0759 hy î, A.
4M
6 - 1 - 2 9 12
107.13
Robert ion
1925
78.70 C. D. 0753 redeemed auü-
aoquent to 0759 by L. A.
4%
5 1 29 12
103 51
Robert aon
1 <• 2 «
89.99 U. D. 0759 i «sued to L. A.
Robertson and he redeem­
ed rill previous ( ’. D.,tax—
108.94
5 - 1 - 2 9 12
«> ete.,
1 '-‘ 27
85.3 1 Tax pulii siih-equm t to 0759
91.73
12
1». A. Robertson
l l'29
73.«tí T x paid siiti- q u e n t to
1 13-30 12
80.15
0769 hy L. A Robertson
r To 2 9
62.IÏ Tux pu id sub-, quint ao
6'V ti t
12 16-30 12
0769 by !.. A Robertson
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Huit i S ' * i a i South Half lSV *i
«
it
then M e a l Planning
Fireworlts -- Canoe Canal
Boys and Girls Free Day
$60,000 Prizes
X.
c " fc&î
1923
924
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î
926
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\ 928
A 1 '< 29
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Local agents o f Stock Fire Insurance companies
are numbered among your home town people —
your neighbors.
These agems live here — ow n property and
pay taxes here— are part o f the business and civic
interest o f the community. Every property owner
should frequently consult his insurance agent.
The companies have large investments in this
state, A very personal relationship exists between
you and
C en tral P oint
STOCK FI RE I N S U R A N C E
H ere is an idea or two:
Horse racing
Lamb and P cjs
Pork and Green Beans
Ham and Spinach
*
Beef and Beets
Band contest
Farmers' day
V A ¿Asa j
^ - fp ir
ij-w m
•
Oregon Products
.
.«►si bf Jam es
Purses
Night Horse Shows
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Undivided Oint till’d it::» Inlet«- S» e. 2 ' t ownship 32. S.
LASY
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Let the Meat Decide
the Vegetables
is
Rodeo Buckeroo-3 days
— which not only provides the indemnity for
which you pay, but works constantly in many
ways to insure the safety o f your family, your
home, your business and community.
M eat M arket
1. D. LEWIS,
Range
P ro p rie to r
South East.
fi r
t ‘. It totT i redi em .d «uh
:»«e<Pequent to U I». 076» hy L, \.
Robertson
88.17 Prior taxes paid stt1b<equent
to C. I). 0758 by L. A
Robertson
39 16 C. U. 0752 redeemed sub
sequent to 0768 hy !.. A.
Robertson
46 to)
I) 071 I- tied to I„ \.
Robert-on and he redeemed
all
prilli' C.
I . D‘s, times,èie.,
sil prjor
42.68 I n ,t**¡ |ia i,l aub.-cqueut to
0758 fix L. A. ktonertwon
37 Ml T hm - pdd Mill! I quint to o 7 8
by L. A Robertson
31.88 Taxes paid subsequent to ti 738
bv L. A. Robertson
Stock I tre Insurance Compatì, cs are rtp resen teJb y C apatit Agenti in y ettr ìc .-ritm iity
$59.52
6-1-29
58.63
i-1 -2 9
12
52.00
6-1 *9
12
6—1 29
12
5 4-29
12
1 -1 3 - 3 0
12
12 14 -30
12
64.73
47.35
4 n. 11 ?
13 47
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JACKSON COUNTY
Business Directory
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