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F R ID W . OCTOBER 80 ,9„
pinned underneath the animal.
sides LU p a r e n t , Wo M c r
essed to you, of which Charles P. Fatal Accident
He walked to the Garret house three brothers survive
Fee and James O'Connell are the
and told members
of the family Frances. Betty. Stephen, j oh7 *
owners of the legal title as appears
that he had been injured. He asked Dean Wilson.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE of record, situated in said County'
Tabte Rock Boy that they help him home. He told
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE and state and particularly bounded
WPre held fr0|
Miss Eva Nealon, daughter of the
Politics of the good old fashion
how the accident happened in the the Conger chapel Tuesday at 1-
COUNTY OF JACKSON
and described as follows, to wit:
Crushed when his horse slipped
late Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Nealon, pio ed kind, is beginning to boil around
short period which he lived. He died o'clock with the Rev. D. B. Mill JI ,
The South Half )St»> of South *nd fell upon him. Russell C. Mil-
neer residents of this valley, became Jackson county. According to ail in PUBLISHED SUMMONS IN FORE
20 minutes after the fall and before in charge of the services. Member
the bride last week of Mr. A. Moore dications there will be no trouble in CLOSURE OF DELINQUENT TAX Half ( 8 H ) of Section 28. Township 5on, 16, died at the home of his summoned physicians could arrive
of the Sams Valley grange conducted
32, South Range 3 East of W iliam- parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Wilson,
Hamilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. locatlug candidates for all of the CERTIFICATES
at the Wilson home.
the graveside services in the SatT
L. A. ROBERTSON. Plaintiff, vs ette Meridian, Jackson County, Ore- ¡D Sams Valley Sunday,
Hamilton of Central Point, at a cere county Jobs. It is said that there
Members of the two families be
i The boy was on his way to the
mony performed at the parsonage are an even dosen for the sheriff CHARLES P. FEE, MAUD FEE. hie gon.
lieve the youth was going to see his
of the Rev. Wm. B Hamilton of post.
Mr. Jennings has conducted
the Episcopal church at Medford. the affairs of the office in a capable CHARLES P. FEE, deceased, and pears of record as owner of an un his home, when the accideut occur- friend. Glenn Garret. He was a soph
The American can use some lar«
Tbe double rlrg ceremony was per manner, and is juet becoming thor JAMES O'CONNELL and CATHER divlded two-thirds (2 -3 ) interest red. He is said to have been lean- omore in the Sams Valley high school
Russell Clark Wilson was born at clean cotton rags. No stocking 0r
formed before Immediate relatives oughly acquainted with his duties INE O'CONNELL, his wife, and the for which C. D. 0759 issued, and said (ng from the saddle to open a gate
Valley, August 16, 1915. Be- knit underwear.
of the bride and groom.
James O'Connell appears of record when the horse fell. Russell was
He is a good man to keep at the
Miss Nealon Is the sister of Mrs. post. The same may be said of As CONNELL. deceased, and ALL OTH as owner of an undivided o n a - t h i r d _________________ _______________ _
Sanford T. Richardson, Mrs. John sessor Coleman and District Attor ER PERSONS unknown owning or (1-3) Interest for which said C. D
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Dodge, Mrs. O. T. Wilson and Mrs. ney George A. Codding.
Here is interested in the SOUTH HALF 0758 issued; and that except as here
(814) of SOUTH HALF (S>4) of in stated, all persons herein desig
Weldon Sage, all of whom reside In what they say:
VKHY BUST O F SERVICE RENDERED W ITH PLEASURE AND
Section 28, Township 32, South nated as "unknown heirs" and as
this vicinity, and Mrs. D. D. Hunt
VOI R PATRONAGE APPRECIATED
Sheriff Ralph Jennings, democrat,
ress of Portland. Also of Messrs. with a large following throughout Range 3 East of Willamette Merid "all other persons unknown, owning
Emmett, Jack, Harry and Marion the county, is still "on the fence." ian, Jackson County, Oregon, defend or interested in the property,” are
unknown, and their names and plac
Nealon of the Table Rock district. The same applies to Victor Bursell, ants.
TO CHARLES P. FEE, MAUD es of resident« are unknown, and
She Is a graduate of the University county commissioner, who has been
and the unknown cannot by exercise of due diligence
of Oregon school of journalism.
In the place for 12 years. He is the FEE, his wife,
ascertained: that plaintiff has
P .| FEE. de.
Mr. Hamilton Is a graduate of the best versed man in the county on
Oregon State college, receiving his it's affairs.
He said Tuesday he «eased, and JAMES O'CONNELL made due and diligent search and
degree in political science. He is "would not be candidate for re-elec and CATHERINE O'CONNELL, his inquiry of those most likely to know,
affiliated with the Medford Daily tion." Friends say that Victor will wife, and the UNKNOWN HEIRS of and the names and places of res
JAMES O'CONNELL, deceased, and idence of all of said heirs and own
change his mind.
all other persons uuknown owning or ors an<j persons interested are un
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton left imme
There is a political wind blowing
diately following the ceremony for that urges that the next commis interested In the South Half (SU ) 1 known and cannot by the exercise
of South Half ( S 4 > of Section 28. 0f due diligence be ascertained: and
a short wedding trip in California.
sioner be from the south end of the
Township 32 South Range 3 East of j that all of you. the above named de-
county. Fred C. Homes and John
Willamette Meridian, Jacksin Coun | fondants, are proper parties to this
Billings of Ashland have been men
I suit to foreclose said certificates of
tioned for the post. Henry Conger
IN THE NAME OF THE STATF 1 tax delinquency, purchased as afore-
of Jacksonville, L. M. Sweet of Sams
said by the said L. A. Robertson.
Valley and W\ A. (Shorty) Morris
You are also notified that said L.
are hereby notified that L. V. F.ob-
The grade boys played an inter of the Gold Hill district, all Grange ertson is tbe holder of C et:!ricatee A. Robertson has paid the taxes on
esting game of baseball with the members, have also been mentioned of Delinquency numbered O'.58 and said premises for prior or subsequent
team of the Medford Junior High Morris has told friends he "might 0759, both of which were issued on years, (ogethes with iterest and pen
Agriculture Club. The Central Point make the race." Mike Hanley of May 1st, 1929, by the Tax Collector alties. and the same, with the rate
team wa victorious, winning with a Lake Creek has also been men of the County of Jackson, State of of interest on said amounts is as ap
score of 13 to Medford's 4.
Oregon, number 0758 for the amount pears in the following statement, to
If Sheriff Jennings does not make
WE HANDLE ALL THE BEST GRADES OF OIL—
jf $54.73 and number 0759 for the wit:
race, It is highly probable that
ALSO GILMORE, STANDARD, UNION, and SHELL
The Manual Training Class of the
Undivided two.thirds (2 -3 ) In
amount of $108.94, the same being
6th, 7th, and 8th grades under the
tbe amounts then due and delin terest of Charles P. Fee in South
supervision of Mr. Qeorge K. Lowe and Jailor, would seek the vacancy. quent for taxes for the year 1926. Half ( Si k) of South Half (S k ,) of
has been progressing rapidly. They
together with penalty, and interestI Section 28, Township 32. South
haTe Just completed several window democrat, has been boomed for the thereon, upon the real property ass Range 3 E.
boxes and also table mats. These
BARBECUE, SANDWICHES, LUNCHES, CIGARS, CANDIES SO IT DRINKS
NEAR HIGH SCHOOL
hare been taken home for the appro Everett Beeson of Talent, and Ben
Total Ain't Paid,
J. H. DROLETTH, Prop.
val of the parents. It the student Moller of this cly have been broach
Paid of Int.
has paid for the material he may
keep the artical, but otherwise it l » i has no asi,iratlon*.
is sa*d. Coun-
Interest on tax
ty Assegssor Coleman said today he
and on C. of D.
heard John Grieve, 24 year old son
of W. T. Grieve of Prospect, men
The 6th grade has organised a club tioned.
which they have named "Central
May Hun Again
Point's Pride." They expect to have
sequent to C. D. 0759 »?
this club throughout their remaining
Assessor Coleman has not defin
JU S .50
L. A. Robertson
years In school. The officers a r c itely decided upon what action he
76.32 Prior taxes paid su*#«-
President, Maxine Holiitield; vice- will taLe. but will probably be a
quenl to 0759 by L. A.
president, Alan Jewett; secretary, candidate, and the ame goes for
Zada Cash; treasurer, James Grimes; A. C. Walker, treasurer, and Dist
sergeant-at-arms, Thomas Bartol.
These progressive Medford inert-hunts and proffesional firms invite your patronage
rict Attorney George A. Codding
sequent to 0759 by L. A.
and will gladly extend you advice and consultation whenever you visit or shop in
There will no doubt be a number
southern Oregon's most progressive metropoli*. Their experience and capacity for
Miss Franklin, teacher of the job. Attorney Ffank P. Farrell 1926
89.99 C. D. 0759 issued to L. A.
efficient service is only quisled by their sincere efforts to please and render you a
fifth grade, has been absent from heading the list.
Robertson and he redeem,
a service. Any confidnce piateti in them is held a sacred trust. They are neighbors
school on account of illness. Mrs.
ed all previous C. D , tux
and like to meet folks too. Give them a hand when you tan.
Sheley has been teaching the fifth
.The fifth grade will present a
grade during Miss Franklin's ab
85 34 Tax paid subsequent to 0759
program the first Friday In Novem 1927
by L. A. Robertson
ber at the P. T. A. meeting. It will
Three Deer Was
75.61 Tax paid subsequent to
The fourth grade pupils have been
0759 by L. A. Robertson
Sum Total for
studying Africa. They
have ar kin s Thanksgiving," a three part 1929
61.87 Tax paid subsequent to
ranged an African viilege on their
0759 by L. A. Robertson
by the girls of that grade.
The program Is being arranged
It was a gay hunting party, that!
Half (S S
ef South Half ( S X* ) o
one headed by City Recorder HsiT
Undivided One third (l-$ > Inter- Sec 28 Township 32, S. Range
Mrs. Mae Rishardson, first grade by the teacher. Miss Franklin.
field, accompanied by H. E.
teacher, is absent from school Mon
eet of James O'Connell in South East.
and C. Thompson. The hunt vail
day and Tuesday on account of the
HILLSBORO— Several Washing
Iti the vicinity of Snow Creek rawT
$7.97 C. D. 0479 redeemed sub
death of her nephew, Russeil Wil ton couty orchardists are spreading 1923
er station, over on the Huckleberry!
sequent to C. D. 0758 by L. A.
son. During her absence Mrs She- clover straw in the rows bctwc«a
These ure old established businesses and have been located here for
Mountain trail. It is a rough coun-l
ley substituted in the first grade trees this fall, says W. F. Cyrus,
38.17 Prior taxes paid subsequent
such as offering standard merchandise or service at fair anti equit
party came home with three.
to C. D. 0758 by L. A.
killed the deer? was asked of thel
Hatfield. “ After expert ballistic ln-|
sequent to 0758 by L. A.
M Y R T L E ’S C O F F E E HOU SE
J. O. IS A A C S O N
the one I toted out of the wildemesi.|
45.00 C. D. 0758 issued to L. A.
Home Cooked Pa*try
Robertson and he redeemed
We didn't examine the other two.
U N( HKOVS
all prior C. D s. taxes.etc..
SHORT ORDERS— MEAl-S
42 6« Taxee paid subsequent to
0758 by L. A. Robertson
37.80 Taxes paid subsequent to 0758
You Art A/wayj Welcome At The
by L. A. Robertson
P asses Awayl
31.58 Taxes paid subsequent to 0759
Damcn ( afe
by L. A. Robertson
REAL e s t a t e b r o k e r s
Milton R. Harper, 76. resident oil
Talking Today of Our Winter Wearing Needs—
| this valley for more than 21 S jH
T i l l l i d K B O N K O F l o i n C O L D W E A T H E R \t W t D K O H K
You are hereby further notified which order requires you and each
"It’s the Coffee"
died at his home »par Beagle
that said L- A Robertson will apply of you to appear in the above en
day evening. He was born at <
One of the world s Ile,t SHOES, the Well known
to the Circuit Court
the titled action and defend the same
Oregon. In l ■
County and state aforesaid, for or pay the amounts due herein on
to the John Day. Grant
e . S. BLACKFORD
W O L V E R IN E SH O ES
•Mail Y our S h oes
lien or before the last day prescribed in
« E .e Wî i / nd ,‘T,“rT'la,r
A shoe adapted to wet weather
never hardens, u tough and will outwear tw o pair» of ordinary
against the property above described, | said order for publication, which last
his life. He came to Southern Orel
Fresh Milk ami Cream
For Prompt Service
and mentioned in said certificate
all purposes. TIE TÒ
gon 21 years ago, the last eievnl
, day is Nov. 12. 1921. The date of
Ton are hereby summoned to ap- ,«., flr<t pBbh,.atioll Is Sept. 10,
of which he ha« rt*«iJed at B*sf» I
j a m e s M c D o w e l l
paar within sixty ( 60) days after
SW EATER C O A TS
the service of this summons upon
I Henry Gregory »a«
All wool. th> Tom Shins brand
Y <>ur Patronage
you. exclusive of the day of service,
None better. Look
Point transacting buslnes* this *** |
and wear well ........
or if served by publication you shall
FRY and STEPHENSON
appear within sixty («0* days after!
Attorney for Plaintiff
CHILDRENS WOOL RI.AZERS
Potatoes wanted at The
the date of the first publication of
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412 Uberty Building.
office for subscription.
8*o these dressy garments—.
said first publication, and defend
14 N. Front St.
MEN S and WOMENS LEATHER COATS— Protectioa
this action, or pay Ik* amount d u c | = = —
against the cold. Sold for more money elsewhere ...
" I T P A Y S TO l o o k W E L L*
as shown above, together with cost»
“ Personality port rah*
and interest, and in case of your fall
Sell your Invention or patent by
Commercial - - • Aeeim
H A M IL T O N B R O W N
W. K. ALEXANDER
ure to do so. a decree «rill be read- axhlbitiag your model or drawing
Part ii u la r P e r s o n a l A t t e n t i o n
Nationally advertised »hoes for WOMEN MEN and
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CHILDREN. All sises and widths.
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Bob Inn Beauty Shop
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t wtting Machinery
premises above aimed.
* $7- CHICAGO. Thousand.« of man
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and patent buyer, will
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AM process and 1 * 9 * " *■
inspect new devices and patents fori
i> mi a. m. to 5 :0 0 p. m.
Ladle*- Hosiery, the celebrated Rollins, PURE «ILK
oeedlng may be served u p o. the urn m„ rkHjnr
8, . . l al $1 oe per pair -Jast like the usual $2 «0 km.l
dersigned. residing within the State ,
sold in dues.
days, eat!t.ing you to 14 feet. If
of Oregon, at the address herein« f
it he t
you have no modnf. drawing or de,
c h r is t m a h G o n o n t n i m i M i
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This summons is published in ae phlet If yon har# time If not. send
Everything in Cabinet and
oordanre with the order of the Hon ' $14 with description, and drawing,
J ft r r y
. /c /t ( t f / r
H D Norton, Circuit Judge o f Jack- and w* will look after your patent
son County. Oregon, mad« and filed interrata.
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ta the above entitled actio« on Seot Managing Director.
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I. 1031. upon application to him by Pa s a t Exposition, Men hand!*«
:lis Medford W**g.
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County Politics ilegal Notice
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