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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORO, OUKOON. AVIODNpoSDAY MARCH" 18, 1911.
MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE
AN INDKl'KNOKNT NEWtfl'AI'KU
PUUUSUKD HVKIIT AtTUHNOON
KXCKl'T 8UNDAT UV TUB
MnDl'XMlD PHIKTIKO CO.
Tho Democratic Time. Th Medford
Mull, Tho Mciiroril Trlbuns, Tim South
ern OrcRonlnn. Tho Ashland Tribune.
Omen Mall Trltmno llulldlng, lS27-:
North I'lr Rtrcct; telephone 76.
Official I'nper of tho City of Mntrord.
OfflclAl Taper of Jnckson County.
RntoreJ as second-dnss matter t
Meilfnrd, Oivcon, under the act of
March 3, 18;?.
One jrnr, by mall.. 18.00
One month, by mall. .-. .SO
Tor month, delivered by carrier In
Mertfonl, Jnrksonvlllo nnd Cen-
trnl lolnt .. .80
Rnturdny only, by mall, per vc.ir. S.00
Weekly, per yenr ...... . . . 1.50
Dully hvptokp for six months cndlnc
December 31, lJ. :s0.
ALL BACK TAXES
Immediate steps will be taken by
the city couneil by virtue of o decis
ion reached at the Tuesday night
ineetinjr, to bring Mtit ngniut nil
property holders delinquent in their
city ns.esments', nnd who have man
ifefrted a cnlru indifference toward
paying- their just debts, lending the
money thus needed out Tor n petty
profit of 2 per cent interet, while
funds, of the city drnwiug heavy in
terest near the date of payment. City
Attorney McCabe is drawing up the
nece.-;nry papers for the bringing of
Mtit which will be filed the first of
CouncUmcn Ilurgravo nnd Porter
descried the drastic step, but their
colleagues maintained that the time
for dilatory dallying hnd passed, nnd
time to use the iron hand or go into
bankruptcy. The first two favored
the council nnd city treasurer calling
on the delinquent, most of whom are
ubte (o pay, and try to urge them
into the iden of paying without legal
action. This was abandoned as im
practical ami ineffective.
BANK RAID NETS
BANDITS $5000 LOOT
SAN ItAIWKL. aCI., Mar. IS.
Several armed baudltu this afternoon
held up Cashier II. F. Foot, of the
First National Hank of St. Ansclmo,
near hero and escaped with $5000.
Tho robbers, as they went out of thn
hank, exchanged several shots with
Foot but no ono jvns wounded.
Sheriff Keating and two automo
bile loads of deiiutlus loft here this
afternoon in pursuit of the bandits.
Armed with rifle, n lone masked
bandit entered the Fir.it National
bank here this ufleruoon and forced
Assistant Cashier Thomas lltitler to
hand over nil the mouev in sight, lie
escaped with ubout WUUO. An the
bandit mounted n horso he had left
hlandiug ut the curb, lltitler seized a
ritlo nnd fired four shots. All miss
ed, but the shunting uroucd the town
nnd I lie ilfciug horseman iodu south
ward amid a rain of hullete.
Citizens in 111110111011110 and on
htrxcbnck pursued the outlaw until
Ihev lot sight of him and then re
turned. DEATH KNELL CABARET
NEW RULE SEATTLE
SKATTLK, WubIi, Mar. Is -All
cabaret features In Seattle- ralct wll.
go out of business tonight 11 u the ro
sult of tho general ordor Ibsued IhH
afternoon by the new thief of pollco,
Austin K. Griffiths. Solo singing
and orchestra music only will bo al
lowed, Tho order also la aimed at the so
called clubs whoro tho chlof Industry
in tho solo of liquor without a city
llcenno. The lid will bo put on uucli
clubs without further ceremony. Tho
police aro instructed mo upprchend
anyone giving or selling liquor or
cisarettw to minor.
BrtWM-y Explasion Falal
( I.KVlXA.m ).. March 18
n explosion in ilia Cleveland llrcw
his HiiHy,H plant, Chiaf Engineer
J U. Jtouiiiini iva killed, Fireman
(horuv Kilbiini was faintly litut mid
Aitiit Iji'-inccr Allrnl (VIsimmmkI
With Mcdfonl StojnOver
ON SUIIS FOR
(MfrKny Ki-ievviiiui injuti'l.j
Should Doctors End Days
of Hopeless Case Patients?
From time to time inngnzinrs nnd
newspapers narrate the ease of some
unfortunate letim of disease or in
jury who-e recovery is apparently
out of the iptostion and who is doom
ed to weeks or month of suffering
while awaiting tho slow progress of
the disease and the seemingly inev
itable outcome. Kithcr the sufferer
or some sympathetic friend, affected
beyond endurance by the spectacle ot
prolonged and useless agony, appeals
to the medical profession ami to
public opinion for a speedy nnd pain
less death. The.-e cacs are often
dieuved editorially in the newspa
pers nnd the pictiou raised whether
physicians should not be given the
right and power to terminate an ap
parently hopeless illness and thus
spare the victim n long period of
pain, nnd the tnends and relatives
needless angui-h through the wit
nessing of unavoidable suffering.
The eirvumsMnecs attending some of
these incidents would at time- al
most seem to justify extreme meas
ures to terminate a scene of helpless
mi-cry, yet the medical profession
has never desired and will never ac
cept the rvsHinsibility of nctiug in
Mich pumn as judge, jury and execu
tioner. Kntirely aside from the
moral nnd sentimental objection
which could be raised, physician,
better than anv other cla-s, know
.Oregon Industrial Review
SALKH, March lS.-Oeo. Oies
sendorfcr, an cxjHTienccd box manu
facturer has started a large box fac
tory at ltandou.
Lane county manufacturers adopt
ed resolutions favoring the u-c ol
Oregon building stone and Oregon
made steel on public structures.
Steel for the .fSOO.OOO Southern
Pacific bridge ncro-- Coos Hay is
being ru-hed to the .-ceuc of con
struction. Drewsey in Harney connty is to
be the scene of an electrical develop
ment nnd an electric railroad.
Smithfield, Lane county, farmers
nro agitating n ennncry.
A large snnd and gravel plant i
being iu-tnlled at Shady l'oint, near
Sutherliu, with 11 spur from the
Albany City council has adopted
resolutions looking to acfpiiring a
municipal light nnd nower plant for
J. jr. Eddy and associates have or
ganized n company to operate a bas
alt rock iuarry on Kentuck Inlet,
The Oregon Power company will
spend 10,000 on a new fuel plant at
All industries will be relieved in
Oregon by the decision of Judge .Mc
Ginn allowing semi-annual payments
Tvvohy IJros., of Portland, will em
ploy -100 men building the Echo-Coyote
cutoff of tewnty miles on tho O.
V. K. & X., to cost .800,00().
O-car E. Ileiutz has contracted to
build a five-story block for the Hlnke
MrKnll Paper company of Portland
Tho five largo shingle nnd lumber
plants at itaymoiid have decided that
the 1.100 men employed by them shall
work under open shop rules.
rinckainns county will build a
steel bridge ut Harton over the Clack
amas river and install 11 lock cni-her
(Juthrie, MeDougul & Co. of Port
land haw the contract for construct
ing a large section of the P'iget
Sound and Willipu Harbor railwav
T. J. Hcaminoii of Ooldcndalo i
GRANDMA JANNEY AND IMI1ELL TO BE CALLED
HARRIET NOW MISSING' WITNESSCALUMETPROBE
CIIICAtSO, Mar. IS - Mrs liar-
riot Januoy, a vvcalvny Phiiadclphln
widow, nnd hor grauddaushtfr, Vir
ginia Ford, have disappeared.
liis was mado certain today who 1
tho habeas corpus procendlngH
atitutcd by the girl's father, Wil
liam Ford vvera called up before
ludgo Fooll. iuvostigatlon showed
that Mrs. Janney and her grand
daughter loft the Hotel Sherman
yesterday and wero believed to bo
well on their way to Los Angeles
FAKE VINCENT ASTOR
DECLARES FATHER ALIVE
HAN I'HASVJSCO, C11I., March 1H,
-Churged nitli dufraiiding a taxi
driver, a young iiuiit who said lie wim
Vincent Aslor was bcloin policn
Jiidgn Crmt hem todav. llepoiU Unit
JiU Inllier, I olimil John Jniob Alor,
went dmvii with (lie Tiinnu, ho (iihl
that nppaiently hopeless cn-es some
times terminate in lecoverv and that
the predictions of tho 1110-t skilled
nnd competent physicians nro some
times not fulfilled.
The responsibility of deciding
whether n given case is one which
ju-tifio- the use of extreme measures
to shorten the period of suf feting
would be too great for any one per
son to ns-tnue; neither would it be
safe for society to peuuit such re
sponsibility to be lodged in the hands
of any profo-sion or cla-s. A re
cent newspaper di-pateh strikingly
illustrates the dangers of -uch u
plan. According to a teport, several
years ngo a clergyman's wife, suf
fering from a -eveiv and apparently
hopelos.- initially, begged in a letter
puldi-hcd'throughout the country for
"scientific kindnoi-" on the part of
her nttending physician", which
would terminate her -uffeiing- and
give her a painless death. She re
ceived many replies indorsing her ar
gument that physicians should be
permitted to put her and other simi
larly unfortunate patients out of
their misery. Apparently, however,
tho'lady is today very glad that her
pleas dil not prevail, as The Journal
of the American Medical A ociation
states that she is reported to have
been completely restored to health li
a surgical ocration, and to be per
starting a large private fi-h hatch
cry in the Ten Mile region near Coo
A new cannery to cost f 10,000 and
a new high school are planned for
this spring at Springfield.
Proosed laws menacing to indii
trial development in Oregon me the
rl.)00 tax exemption nnd the taxa
tion of properties of over i0,000 of
decedents for n fund for the unem
ployed. The Eugene flouriii" mill- have
run steadily since 1805 without a
-hutdown and turned out 160,000 of
product in 10K1,
Construction of the Gold Hill ce
ment plant has gone 011 steadily
since work was begun .limitary 1, and
U ready for the machinery.
A suit to te-t the Oregon blue sky
law is being pushed up to the su
preme courf for an early deci-iou.
The linker Packing company i
putting in n 1000 iiutomutio refrig
r.tigcuc Chri-tian ricieiiti-ts ate
idaimuig the erection of 11 new
The Corvallis & Eastern will re
model if- station ut Toledo nnd ex
pend a targe sum on Improving yard
Tho Dallas planing mill- have add
ed a furniture manufacturing depart
ment. Uiirkcc, Maker county, is to l the
site of a million dollar cement plant.
It. A. Harris informed the Salem
ministerial union that minimum wages
and eight Ikmiix aro to be followed by
state employment of the unemployed.
Tie People' bank at Silvcrton
will bo remodeled.
Caples & Co. will build u fine
brick bl.qck at r'ont Urove.
The Eugene sower system is to be
rebuilt in the next four years.
Tho Hoicburg Drewing & co Co.
have a contract for icing cars that
11erenMtnt.es doubling the capacity oi
Plans are completed for a Carne
gie library at Hillsboro.
Construction of u railroad from
Prijieville to ,Mutj)Iius - to begin this
WASHINGTON', .March 18. The
cougicssioual comuiitteu which inves
tigated thu Miohigau copper strike de
cided today to cult John Mitchell to
testify concerning his invvstigation of
conditions in the Michigan mining re
giou. Tho committee's accountant, it
also wan announced, will leave next
week lor Jlostoii to examine the book),
of the Calumet & I (tela Mining com
puny. llcpresentative Casey of Pennsyl
vania, a member of tho committee,
declined the operators wcin attempt
ing to befog tho issue by stating they
uern lighting socialism when the;
were ically opposing unionism.
cil, were ciroiieoiis. "lie swum
iislioie," (ho prisoner exjdaiued, "and
is doing buniucsti in New Vuili; send
the bill to him." I'licerluin wlii'ther
the iiinii vva. iiubalauccd or consid
ered himself liiuny, Judge iis set
(ho cake onir until loiuoiimv.
Jimmy Clubby uud Hilly Murray
Imvn Instil iniilclieil in box in Hun
Fruiicluo on Aj'rll 't,
M ...... WIDCNCH PAID
$4,000,000 r(... a. T GROUP
Frame will soon lo-e one ol Hie
mott viiliublc collections of .mlntlng
over crniipcil In that country, tuvor I
lug to a rcsrt to the effeel lint Mr
IV A. II WMener. of I'lilkiilclptila.
acgutlallug for itic raniiut- Wall ice col
Ici'lUin. Aci'ordlag to tin riitm the
anwuiut sttpulatcvl lu tlio ugtecmeut
will closely npproach $l.t0O.UH.
Tlic.ie i.ilnllt'gs ar. art of the col
iivtion left to lMy Saekvilli-We-t l.v
Sir John Murray Scott, whoso will led
In 1 lie unusual legal contest la London
when Lady Sackvlllc-West gained tho
entatc. Ily winning the contest Lady
SacUvllle-Wc'it received an art collec
tion valued nt more than $tO.tOi),(W0,
which l now at Knole Park. Seven,
oaks, Kent, F.iigluud, the home of Ilaron
PHILADELPHIA, March 18.
Outplaying his professional oponent
at every nnglo of the game. Jay
Gould, the American amateur cham
pion, here todny won the world's
court tenuis championship from G.
F. Covey of England. Exports who
witnes-ed the cuiite-t say Gould's
piny has never been ciiualled.
Gould won four straight sets from
the Knglishmnu .Monday. Manx
thought Coe hndVomclhing up hi
sleeve" for lotlaj's serie-, hut if he
did, it failed to materialize ami wa-lo-t
siuht of by the brilliant play of
his American opponent.
Gould only needed to take three
sets today to win the chumpiou-hip.
He swept the Euglishuillll off his feet
in the first two, xv'iimiug handily.
Covey won ihtt third net, hut Gould
came right buck and took the scrie
iiimI the champion-hip by winning the
fourth set, (1-1.
DAFFY ON AUTOS
SAYS RAILROAD MAN
"Jim" Cascv of Milwaukee has ju-t
returned' from 11 trip of a week
through southern Oregon,
"They're all crazy down there,"
growled Jim, as he showed up at the
office to mako up his expense ac
count. "Evcr.v other man vou meet
cither owns uu automobile or in on
his way to town to buy one.
"Ono nice ultoruooii at Mcdford I
had to climb up 011 tho fence uud wmt
till dark to cro (Ifo xtrcct for fear
of getting Wulloped in tun shins liy
some si ray joy wagon.
"won't Know where nil tncsc gas
pernmbulutois conio from, but if it
keeps up much longer you'll have to
pay JO cents to vc 11 horse in south
ern Oregon. ' ' '
"I went into 11 hnrbjir shon to gel a
shave The nun wanted to cut my
hair and givo me n s'liampoo and a
massage and said that -ho needed just
80 cents nloiy to Imy himself u run
about. "He only goi l.'i co'nls out of me,
but thu next dav he tried lo run over
mo learning to Nlrlvo his car, wo I
suppose he 'got tho 80 cents out ol
"The hnlmvs down Uieic even have
got tlio crue. I bought some pop
corn for 11 'Utile vnifngstcr, the kid of
it friend of mine, and the baby said
'honk, honk' instead of 'da, da.' I
sunposo that via- benzine talk' for
"The whole valley smells like 11
gasoline tank, and the people meet in
tho sticct and talk about friction
drive mid thhgilcu sloel valves in
stead of ci ops and nnlilitts."
Casey says j he was going to train
for a prizefight or 11 major league
bull team ha would go (n Mcdl'oid 01
Ashland mid stand out in the middle
of tho si 1 eel for a couple of hours
ovory iilloinooti. Ho says llml would
he nil Hie exi'Mi-e iu.Shi'dy would
need The aolomoluh iwmlij do tin
DEATH AND PRISON
SEATTLE, Wnsli., Mai eh IS.-The
decision of the I 'ill ted Slates wtt
piemc couit su-tuiuing the conviction
of W. II. (linlaud. (17, of fraud in
connection with mining stock sales,
would mean that if Im loeovcis suf
ficiently in health ho will bo taken to
llie Wiilln Wiilht penitentiary to servo
three ,enrs, lie is ut pie-ent in u
dving condition at Providence bos
pi In I.
St'lT IN IWITV, SIMMONS Ftllt
lu the circuit court of the state of
Oregon, for Jackson county.
A. K. J. Senilis, plalutltf, vs. F. O
MnthUon and Nellie Pearl Mullilnou,
IiIh wife. Herbert N. t'arncnter uud
Jennnettc A. TIiouuih, dcfcndnutH.
To F O. Mnthlson niiil Nellie Pearl
Mathlson. his wife, llerncrt N. Cniv
peiitcr and Jcaanctlo A 'i'homns, the
above named defendant!".
lu the name of the state of Ore
gon, you nro hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complnlut filed
ngnlnut .vou In tho ntiovo entitled
court and rauso, on or before six
weeks from the date uf tho first pub
lication of this summons, being on
tho llth day or March. 1'Jll, tho
time prescribed In the order of publi
And you are hereby notified that
If you fall to appear nnd answer said
complaint, for want thereof the plain
tiff will apply to the court for tho
relief demanded in the complnlut.
For a decree of tho above entitled
court foreclosing that certain mort
gage given by defendants F (1. Mnthl
son nnd wife to the plaintiff named
above, recorded In book 33, page
10-17, record of mortgages, Jncksou
county, Oregon, covering the follow
ing described real property situated
In Jackson county. Orerou, to-wit:
Tho Si: i of tho SW U of sec-
Hon 20. nnd tho K '4 ot the NW U
and the NW, of tho NWVi, and tho
SW H of tho NW H, nud tho NW t
of SW '.4 uf section 3S, nil lu town,
ship No 31 south of range No 2
West of tho Willamette Meridian.
Said mortgage securing n unto for
Itl'.OO.OO. .luted Mcdford. Oregon.
January '.'7th, 1913, executed by sab!
F (I. Mnlhlsoa and wlfo and pa) able
to tho plaintiff herein, drawing In
terest at the rate of six per cent per
annum from dnto until paid.
For a decree nnd judgment for
said sum of IHSOOOO, with Inlcreit
thereon from Jnnunry 27th, 19t3, un
til paid nt said rate. Including at
torneys for the sum of $200.00, auJ
costs of suit,
Thnt tho usual decree bu made for
thn sale ot snld promises by thu sher
iff ot Jackson county, Oregon, ac
cording to law, nnd tho proceed of
said sale may ho applied lu payment
of tho amount duo the plaintiff. In
cluding principal and Interest, costs
ami attorneys fees, and that said de
fendants and each of them, ami all
persons clnlmlug under llioiu, stibsc
ipient to thu execution of snld murt
gago upon said promises, cither ns
purchasers, iueiiuibrnnrcrH, or other
wise, may bo barred nnd forcrloted if
all rights, claims or equity or re
demption (oxcept such ns allowed liy
Inw) In snbl prnmlnos, nud that tho
plaintiff may hnvc Judgment nnd exe
cution against tho snld dofondnnts
for any deficiency which muy remain
after applying nil tho proceed of tho
salo of said premises properly appli
cable to tho satisfaction or sata tin
crco That tho plaintiff or any other
parly to tho suit may beenmo n pur
chaser nt said salo; that tlio sheriff
execute a cortlflcato of salo to tho
purchaser, that said purchaser bo
let into tho possession of snld prom
lsis upon production of (ho sher
iff's ecrllflcnlo of salo therefor, that
plnlntltf have such other nud fur
ther relief In thu promises as to this
court may scorn meet and eaultablo
This summons Is published under
ami by virtue of an order mado liy
Honorable F. I,, Ton Voile, county
Judge of Jackson county, Oregon, lu
tho absence) of tho Judge of said cir
cuit court from said county, on tho
12th day of March, 1!HI, thn first
publication to bo 011 thu 1 lilt day of
March, 1011. and thu last publica
tion will bu on tho 25th day of
April, It) It.
Dated March llth, I OIL
MFLKKV & CIIKIlltV.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Kl'IT IX KOI'ITV, SI.'.MMOXS I'Olt
In tho circuit court of tho Male or
Oregon, for Jackson county,
James I Frodenbiirg, plaintiff, vs.
F. (2. Muthlsou. nnd Nellie Pearl
Mathlson, his wife, Herbert N. Car
pouter uud Jnauuutto A, Thomas, do-
To F, (I. Mathlson. and Nelllo
Ponrl .Mathlson, his wife, Herbert N,
Carpenter, and Jcauiiolto A Thomas,
tho above uaiuod dofouduuts.
In thu unuio of thu statu of O10
gou, you nro huioby required to ap
pear and answer tlio complnlut filed
against you In thn above entitled
court and cause, on or buforo six
weeks from thu (Into of tho first pub
lication of this summons, being 011
tho Nth day of March, IHM, tho
tliiio prescribed In thu ordor of pub
And you aro hereby notified that
If you fall to appear ami answer said
complaint, fur want thereof tho plain
tiff will apply to tho court for tho ro
ller dumauiled lu tho complaint, to
wlt: For a decree of tho nhovo outltlod
court foreclosing thut curtain mort
gage glvou by defendants F. (I, Mntlil
sou and wlfo to tho plaintiff named
ubovo, recorded In book 33 at pages
1 1-1.1 record of mortgages, Juclunu
county, Oregon, coyiirliig thn follow
ing described real property situated
John A. Perl
ItH H, JIAItTLKTT
I'Iioho H, 47 h4 471.4
AhiIihImmv Kerrlco Dupuly Corunw
lu Jackson county. Oregon, to-wr
Tho southwest tpiitrtor of thn HW
-i of section 2, thn NW Vi of tho
NW Vi of section 32, and tho NK U
of tlio NM Vi of suction 31. nil In
township 3 4 south uf raiigu 2 West
of tho w llamottu .Meridian.
Said moitvugn securing a unto for
thu Hiun of 1200. nil dated Medford,
Oregon, January 27th. I HI 3, oo
cutcd by said F. O .MiiIIiIhou and
wife and payablo to tho plaintiff
herein, drawing Interest nt the rata
of eight per cent per milium from
date until Paid.
For iv decree and judgment for tho
sum of $1211(1.111). with Interest thoto
on from January 27th, l!M3, until
paid at snld rate, Including ntlnrno)
tees far tho sum ot lino. 110, ami
costs of suit.
That tho usual deereo be mudo for
tho salo of said promises by tin
sheriff of Jackson cniitttv, Oregon,
according to law, and the proceeds
or said salo may he applied 111 pn
mriit of tho amount duo the plain
tiff, Including piliiclpnl and Interest,
costs and nttorue,vs fees, and that
snld defendants uud curb or them.
and all persons claiming under them,
subseipioiit to tho execution or snld
inorU'iigo upon said promises, either
as purchasers. Incumbrancers, or
otherwise, may be barred and tore
closed of all lights, claim or eipitly
or redemption (except such as al
lowed bv law) lu said promises, and
that the plnlntltf nmv have Judgment
and execution against tho said de
fendants for anv deficiency which
nmv remain after appblng all the
proceeds of the sale or snld prelll
Isrs properly applicable to thu satis
(action of said decree
That tlio plaintiff or any other
pnrty to the suit may become n pur
chaser at said ne; that tho sheriff
execute a certificate of sale to tlw
purchaser; thnt snld purchaser bo
let Into tho pocslnu of snld prem
ises upon the prnduuilnu 01 tho sher
iff's certificate or sale Hmrofor; and
that plaintiff have such other and
further relief in thu premises ns to
this court tuny seem meet nud ciiilt
This summons Is published undor
nnd by virtue or an order mndo ny
tho Honorable r I,. Ton Velio, coun
ty Judge ot Jackson county. Oregon,
In tho absence from the snld county
of tho circuit court or the Judge of
the circuit court or Jackson count).
Oregon, on the 12th day or March,
I VI t, thu first publication 011 tho
llth day of March. I'.'H. uud the
last publication will bo mado 011 the
2Mb da) or April. It'll
Dated March llth, IUM.
Ml'I.KKV Ai CIIKKItY.
Attnruo) for Plaintiff.
AI.MlVl.sTlt.TOirS I'rXAI. XOTinj
In tho count) murt of tho statu of
Oregon for the count) of Jackson.
lu the matter or the estate of Lulu
IC Parkhurst, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that thn un
dersigned, administrator or the es
tate of Lulu K Parkhurst, deceased,
has filed his final account ns such
administrator, and that tho sumo
tins been settled and allowed at
filed by an ordor duly mndo by tho
Hon. Frank L. Ton Volte, Juago ot
tho nbovu mentioned court on tho
21st day of April. 1013, in which ol
der the question or thu discharge of
tho snld administrator was reserved
for further hearing, and upon said
administrator's application said
court has fixed Monday, April 13th.
r.MI, nt 10 00 o'clock lu thu fore
noon of thnt da) In 'the court room
of the raid county court In tho county
court hoiisa nt Jacksonville. Oregon,
ns tho tlmu uud place for thu hoar
Iiik on said application for discharge
All persons having any objections
to tho dlschnrgo of snld administra
tor are hereby notified to present tho
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last mentioned date.
Dated March I. 1th, 101 1
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