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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER *
Dear "Blue Eyed Senior” :
The •"■•>ug man you ref*,
eased to you, of which Charles P.
yet realized what >•„„ ni
Fee and James O'Connell are the
Your letter betrays your sincerity. If him. Give him the “Meet Me
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I were you I would purchase some
STATE OF OREGON FOR THE of record, situated in said County
"Sweet Essence of Love” perfume. look and leave the rest t0 hi
COUNTY OF JACKSON
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Downey of
and described as follows, to wit: j j greatiy admire a certain man Then let nature take its course.
Dear Miss Cellaneous:
Medford vicinity spent Monday even
The South Half (S H ) of South teacf,pr but he doesn't seem to be
I • n> a hoy of 17 and I am
ing calling on Mrs.
Half (8 H ) of Section 28, Township aware of the fact, as he never no- Dear Miss Cellaneous.
I have been greatly disappointed bashful, In other words i ha
grandmother, Mrs. Hazelwood.
32, South Range 3 East of W iliam - Uceg me about the 8chool and will
L. A. ROBERTSON, Plaintiff, vs. ette Meridian, Jackson County, Ore- hard,y gpeak t0 me ! am BUre he in love. I adore a young man of inferiority complex. How
A masquerade carnival dance was
held in W alker's hall Saturday CHARLES P. FEE, MAUD FEE, hit « on-
. doesn't know how I feel about him 18 but he pays no attention to me. make friends with the giris
night, October 31. A record crowd wife, and the UNKNOWN HEIRS of and of which said Charles P. Fee ap or he would treat me more kindly. Please advise.
desire their company. Pleas
"LOVE SICK BILLIE"
was in attendance and some very CHARLES P. FEE, deceased, and pears of record as owner of an un What can I do to make him notice
good costumes In evidence. The JAMES O'CONNELL and CATHER divided two-thirds (2 -3) interest me or shall I try to forget him?
■ HASH I
Dear "Love Sick B illie:"
prizes were captured as follows: INE O'CONNELL, his wife, and the for which C. D. 0759 issued, and said
"BLUE EYED SENIOR"
UNKNOWN HEIRS of JAMES O' James O’Connell appears of record
Everett Faber was in Medford CONNELL, deceased, and ALL OTH as owner of an undivided one third
Wednesday transacting business at ER PERSONS unknown owning or (1-3) interest for which said C. D.
the county seat.
Among other Interested in the SOUTH HALF 0 758 issued; and that except as here-1
VI I V BUST OF SERVICE RENDERED WITH PLEASURE AND
(SV4) of SOUTH HALF ( S ^ ) of in stated, all persons herein desig- j
\ M il ur-
things he visited the tax collector.
Section 28, Township 32, South nated as "unknown heirs" and a* j
Range 3 East of W illamette Merid
Mrs. Ethel Davis had the misfor ian, Jackson County, Oregon, defend "all other persons unknown, owning j
or interested in the property," are
tune to fracture her ankle. X-ray ex ants.
unknown, and their names and plac
amination disclosed broken bones.
of residence are unknown, and
Mrs Davis resides at Kanes Creek
FEE, his wife, and the unknown cannot by exercise of due diligence
HEIRS of CHARLES P. FEE, de
The Jackson County Recreation ceased, and JAMES O’CONNELL be ascertained; that plaintiff has
club held a meeting Wednesday eve and CATHERINE O'CONNELL, his made due and diligent search and
ning, November 4, at the Central wife, and the UNKNOWN HEIRS of inquiry of those most likely to know,
Point Grange hall. A program of JAMES O'CONNELL, deceased, and and the names and places of res
stunts and skits and music appre all other persons unknown owning or idence of all of said heirs anu own
erg and persons interested are un
ciation was prepared by Mrs. Mabel interested In the South Half (S V4 )
known and cannot by the exercise
C. Mack, home demonstration agent, of South Half (Slfc) of Section 28,
due diligence be ascertained; and
who was program chairman. Plans Township 32 South Range 3 East of
for an amateur dramatics contest Willamette Meridian, Jackson Coun.
fendants, are proper parties to this
wdVe also discussed.
suit to foreclose said certificates of
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE'tax delinquency, purchased as afore-
Mr. and Mrs. L. Damon motorpd OF OREGON: You and each of you said by the said L. A. Robertson.
to Roseburg Tuesday to visit with are hereby notified that L. A. Rob
Yqu are also notified that said L.
Mrs. Damon's relatives.
They re ertson is the holder of Certificates A. Robertson has paid the taxes on
turned home Wednesday.
of Delinquency numbered 075 8 and said premises for prior or subsequent
0769, both of which were issued on years, togethes with iterest and pen
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Walker drove May 1st, 1929, by the Tax Collector alties, and the same, with the rate
to Eugene Tuesday to be with Mrs. of the County of Jackson, State of of interest on said amounts ia as ap
Walker's mother on the occason of Oregon, number 0758 for the amount pears in the following statement, to
WE HANDLE ALL THE BEST GRADES OF OIL—
ALSO GILMORE, STANDARD. UNION, and SHELL
her birthday dinner on Wednesday. of $54.73 and number 0759 for the wit:
j amount of $108.94, the same being
Undivided two-thirds (2 -3 ) I n - 1
Mrs Julia Owen, at the home o f, tlie amounts then due and delin terest of Charles P. Fee in South
her daughter, Mrs. W. J. Freeman, is quent for taxes for the year 1926, Half ( 8 4 ) of South Half (S>4) of
quite sick, having suffered a severe together with penalty, and interest Section 28, Township 32, South j
thereon, upon the real property ass Range 3 E.
BARBECUE, SANDWICHE«, LUNCHES, CIGARS, CANDIES SOIT DRINKS
' NEAR HIGH SCHOOL
Mrs. Elizabeth Gregory, one of
3 . II. DROLETTE, Prop.
Central Points early residents, hav
Paid of Int.
ing many acquaintances and friends,
suffered a paraletlc stroke recently.
Interest on tax
She is improving, and her friends
on C. of D.
sincerely hope for her recovery.
where euch was
CHICKEN TAMALES—made by Years Tax
local experts. On sale Friday and 1923 $76.95 C. D. 0478 redeemed sub
sequent to C. D. 0759 by
Saturday, 15c each,-at B. P. Thless
quent to 0759 by L. A.
Potatoes wanted at The American
office for subscription.
78.70 C. D. 0753 redeemed sub
The»«- progressive Medford merchants and proffeslonal firms invite your patronage
sequent to 0759 by L. A.
and will gladly extend you advice and consultation whenever you visit or shop in
southern Oregon’s most progressive metropolis. Their experience and capacity for
89.99 C. D. 0759 issued to L. A.
efficient service is only quale«l by their sincere efforts to please and render you a
Robertson and he red*«‘m-
a service. Any confidnce placed in them is held a sacred trust. They are neighbor*
ed all previous C. Détax
and like to meet folks too. Give them a hand when you can.
85.34 Tax paid subsequent to 0789
by L. A. Robertson
The Past Noble Grands club
75.61 Tax paid subsequent to
at the home of Mrs. Jesse Riel
0759 by L. A. Robertson
son Tesday afternoon for their
ular monthly meeting. DelicioU
62.87 Tax paid subsequent to
0759 by L. A. Robertson
freshmentg were served by
Richardson and Mrs. Karra.
Half (SH ) at South Half ( S * ) of
... - ♦ , * *,* ♦.*♦.**>♦<81
Undivided One thir«i (1 -3 ) Inter- gee. 28 Township 32, S. Range 3
est of James
Mr. and Mr*. Noyes have gone to
Long Beach, Calif., where Mr*. Noye*
will receive medicai aid.
Edwin Oebhard entertained a
number of hi* eighth grade friend*
at a birthday Hallowe'en party last
The Finley Implement Company
have added a complete line of stock
and poultry feed to their implement
business. The Hodgen-Brew»ter line
is well known.
Avery large number of Rebekahs
answered the call of Home Coming
held In their hall Wednesday even
ing. A delegation of 47 members
from Medford paid the local frater
nity a surprise visit. Visiting mem
bers were present from Gold Hill and
Jacksonville also. After a very in
teresting meeting, a bounteous sup
per was served and a Jolly home
coming was reported by all. Mr.
Purkepile and Mrs Sanford Rich
ardson donated the music for the
occasion and the social hour was
spent by several tables of cards.
The city has named a price for
the gale of the building occupied by
Myrtle’ lupnch room to A. W. W alk
er. It is expected that Mr. Walker
will purchase the building.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wagner of
Medford and Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Helmroth of Griffin Creek were vis
itors on Sunday at the Edw. Jones
Business at the Faber store shows
an increase of 15 per cent for Oc
tober over tile previous month. Not
u bad sign.
Mr. an<| Mrs. I. B. Millard of Med
ford have moved to Centra Point.
They expect to spend the winter
vitb Mrs. Millard's stepfather, Mr.
First, Mr. and Mrs. N. Eddy; second,
Mr. Mast of Ashland and Mrs. Peters
of this city; third, Mrs. Billings and
Mr. McKinnis. A good time 'was
reported and all are waiting for
Mr. Wulker to announce another
L e g a l N otice
NIP h SIP »SERVICE STATION
W e w a n t y o u r tu rk e y s .
Y O U w a n t th e h ig h e s t
p ric e s f o r them .
L e t’s get a c q u a in te d an d
b o th get w h a t w e w an t.
F o r th e p ast 6 y e a r s w e
h a v e b e e n PA Y IN G th e
O regon T u rk e y G r o w e r s
th e v e r y top p ric e s, a n d
e v e r y s h ip p e r a sa tisfied
If YOU h a v e n ’t b e e n a
cu sto m er, b e c o m e ONE.
NOW, a n d g'ive u s a tria l;
w e a s s u re y o u o f c o r r e c t
w eig h t, to p m a rk e t p ric e
a n d p rom p t re m itta n c e .
W e fu rn is h c o o p s a n d
cases, d o YOUR p a c k in g
fre e o f c h a rg e s.
(»et in touch with me at A1 Hermanson’»
} ee_it Store, V entral Point, phone 531 —or
1027 E. Jackson street, Medford, phone
1121 L - evenings.
FRUIT (S l PRODUCE CO.
8 l.V FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
\S atch next week s announcement for packing
and receiving days.
Business D irectory
37.97 C. D. 0479 redeemed sub
sequent to C. D. 0758 by L. A.
38.17 Prior taxes paid subsequent
to C. D. 0758 by L. A.
39.35 C. D. 0752 redeemed sub
sequent to 0768 by L. A.
45.00 C. D. 0758 Issued to L. A.
Robertson and he redeemed
all prior C. D's. taxes.etc.,
42.66 Taxes paid subsequent to
0758 by L. A. Robertson
37.80 Taxes paid subsequent to 0758
by L. A. Robertson
31.88 Taxes paid subsequent to 0758
by L. A. Robertson
Good Firms To Patronize
Those are old established business«-» anil have In-on located here for
many years or they have demonstrated their reliability in other ways
such as offering standnr«l merchandise or service at fair and eqult-
alile prices. \Ye heartily rcrommeml them.
MYRTLE’ S COFFEE HOUSE
H«mic Cooked Pastrj
SHORT ORDERS— MEALS
Délit ion» llnmbui gees
You A r t A lw a ys
W elcom e At The
Damon Cafe 6 Confectioner y
J. O. ISAACSON
HEAL ESTATE BROKER
GAINER an d SHE LE Y
REAL ESTATE BROKERS ~~
The Home of Good Fats
“MY the Coffee”
You are hereby further notified which order requires you and each
that said L. A. Robertson will apply, of you to appear in the above en-
i to the
the; titled action and defend the same
Ü. S, BLACKFORD
i County and stale aforesaid. foVior pay the amount* due herein on
Mail Your Shoes
lien [or before the last day prescribed in
Fresh Milk and Cream
against the property above described, said order for publication, which last
For Prompt Service
and mentioned in said certificate.
A y I» Nov. 12. 1931. The date of
j ä h e s M c D o w e l l
You are hereby summoned io ap- the flrat pubRCatlon is Sept. 10,
pear within sixty (60) days after 1931, the date of the last publication'
the service of this summon* upon
you. exclusive of the day of service;
or if served by publication you shall
FRA ami STEPHENSON
appear within sixty (60) days after
Attorney for Plaintiff
the date of the first publication of
Finley Implement Co.
412 Liberty Building.
summons, exclusive of the date of
14 N. Front St.
said first publication, and defend
this action, or pay (he amount due
'IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL”
as shown above, together with coats
Sell, your invention or patent by
and interest, and In «-ase of your fall
W. K. ALEXANDER
ure to do so. a decree will be rend exhibiting your model or drawing
Particular Personal Attention
ered foreclosing the ilen of said tax at the second INTERNATIONAL
M rCorm irk-D ecring
Bob Inn Beauty Shop
es and costa against the land and PATENT EXPOSITION, Sept. 14 to
27, CHICAOO. Thousands of man
premises above named.
unfirturers and patent buvers will
Phone 4 M
AM process and papers in this p r^ i u ^ . t nPW dcvlc„ . „ d p .UllU for
» IM» a. m. to 3:00 p. m.
__ Phon- S l t t ' E ve ni ng »
cce^ng may be served upon the un n,arket,n(f Rates $1 per day for , 4
designed, residing within the State davg „ „ „ lin g yon to 14 feet. If
i-t Oregon, at the address heremaf yo„ h, „ Bo nlodel- drawilla or dpa .W V N W .W .N N % W .% -.V .-.\S% -,-
crlptlon will do. Send for free pam- TROW RRIDGE CABINET WORKS v *w -VNVNS%VVWVVVVVsVrfV1rfVV
ThU enmmotis is published In ac phlet if yon have time. If not. send
Everything In Cabinet and
rordanre with the order of the Hon $14 with descriptions and drawings
H D Norton, Circuit Judge of Jack and we will look after your paten!
TROWBRIDGE LI MRER YARD
son County, Oregon, made and filed interests.
R. Hamilton Edison
A our Favorit«. Jeweler
In the above entlti-Hl aetlou on Sept Managing Director. International
8. 19.11. upon * »plication to him by P a t e n t Exposition, Merchandise
the attorney for the plaiatiff and Mart, Chicago.
a ia v w a w a v v w a v n n v sw a
GILMORE'S BLUE (.l’»H|
AT NO EXTRA COST
We carry a full line of
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On Pacific Highway
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