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Supreme Court Decisions.
The Iowa Lumber Ar Box Company
have decided to remove their planing
Lake county, respondent, vs A. J. Neil-
mill and la>x factory to Medford but on, et al appellants, appeal from Jackson
county; Hanna, judge; reversed; Opinion for the student and the writer,
Jacksonville will retain the sawmill. I by Wolverton.
FRIDAY OF EACH
WEEK. Medford by wav of an added inducement
This was a suit on Former Sheriff Neil- as an authoritative reference book
to the company gave them a bonus of . on's bond as sheriff. It was shown that for schools, families and business
ClIASI.Ka M k SKRVK
Jacksonville would have I some pirt of the money was embezzled men, there is one book which of
' la-fore the bond was given, and on this
given a like or more bonus to the com I showing the case was reversed, and a
fers superior advantages both in
Kntrrrd hi thr powtoflice off Jai k Motivili., pany but l»onuses are not what the com
I new trial ordered.
J nek «011 County. Oregon, a« lecoiid «In» mutici
the solid value of its information,
pany was after, for they had determined
Another case decided was:
the ease with which it is ob
to move their lx>x factory to the main
J. Kubli, et al., appellants; from Jackson
|l Ml line of the railroad to gain better trans- county; H. K. Hanna, judge; affirmed. tained.
.7ft portation advantages. Both President
| Opinion by Justice Bean.
One’s admiration for Webster’s
This suit was brought by Mrs. Mary
------—------ 1 Hafer and Treasurer Hart expressed their
regrets at having to tike a part of their H. Hanley, through het attorney, A. E
daily as it comes to be better
Thr Henttnrl and thè Wcrkly irrrxoninn wtll plant from Jacksonville but business lie
through a sale on execution, la-came the
I h -srtlt tu olir uihl'rM tor
ne) xlvra thè Jackson colini y urw» ami llir Ore- I cessitie» override sentiment. They fully owner of a parcel of land formerly a part known. It never refuses the infor
gonUIII glvrs thr slntr, ustionili ami worlil nrwa, appreciate the many evidences of good of the Hanley estate, which fell to the
mation sought and it never over
tlui* » tender la ablr tu cover thè rutile nrwa
li< l<l ut u I hhi I thr prie«- ol l>ut om pu|H-r
will that the citizens of Jacksonville share of ihe plantiff’s husband, the late whelms one with a mass of mis
John A. Hanley. As she was not a party
have displayed toward their company to the transaction through which deceas
information illogically arranged.
I' miai . h< not. vii - i KiNH The Jut kaouvlllr Hrtitinel 1 and they intend in so far as opportunity ed lost the projierty, Mrs. Hanley sought
will I h - orni to any aildtraa, nt ally post office tn
The St. James Gazette of London,
th<- ('nitrii Niâtes, for lour wrrka lor Io cent« 1 presents to do all they can to advance to recover a »lower interest in the same,
says: For the teacher, the pu
All «ulna rl|>iIons, iraulnr or trial, will Ire prompt the interests of this town.
In the read
ly stopped at the date ol expiration, unless a re
of the Legislature. Judge Hanna dec d pil, the student and the litterateur, there
newal Is received
justment of the Company's plant Jack- cd in Mrs. Hanley’s favor and on appeal is nothing better; it covers everything.
, sotivillc will retain two-thirds of the pay to the Supreme Court affirmed his decis
The Nev/ and Enlarged Edition
Friday, November 20, ¡9UÒ roll for the sawmill crew, the loggers ion.
issued has 25,000 new
and the teamsters will all make their
Watson and Judge Chas. Prim, contend
headquarters in Jacksonville. Twenty- ed that the old law, which provided for a words and phrases, 2364 pages
THE LEGISLATIVE SESSION.
Undoubtedly there exists an emergency five men will I k - about the size of the dower right of one-third, should prevail, and 5000 illustrations.
in the affairs of the state of Oregon at planing mill and l»ox factory crew pro inasmuch as it was in force at the time
Our name is on the tltle-pairrs* of all If-«-
this time resulting from the failure on viding they double the cajiacity of the when the judgment against Hanley was authentic dictionaries of the Webster serie-.
obtained and the land in question sold.
the part of the regular session of the legis plant, which would I k - all that there is
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lature to provide for the lew and collect talk or likelihood of their doing, while
“A Test in Pronunciation” which affonb- a
Postmaster Geo. F. Merriman of Med
ion, taxes for the year ItKKL Revenue is the crew at Jacksonville would nutnlier ford, whose term of office expires next pieasunt and instructive evening's enlerta n-
ment. Illustrated pamphlet also free.
indispensable— in dispensable for all pub fully 50 or more men, so Jacksonville March, has declined to become an appli
lic concerns— schools, counties, munici will not lx- so hard hit as might be eu|>- cant for reappointment and the Oregon G. AC.MERRIAMCO..Put*.,SpringHeld. -i.o-
congressional delegation haarecommenc
pal corporations, and for affairs of state, posed.
ed \V. T. York for the position.
The board of trade is in receipt of a
and it would seem to the Sentinel that ,
communication from Dr. James Withe
Then- in evi ry likHI iimm I that losing
ter but office confinement does not agree
if there has I k - vii a failure on the part of
the box factory will Ire more to the gain with his health and he prefers to be in comb ot the State Agric iltural College
that he and three other of the leading
thr legislature to provide for the levy and
than to the loss of Jacksonville, for it his blacksmith shop where his extensive professors of the college will be in at-
collection of taxi s for the year 11MKJ, there
will arouse the citizens to renewed effort business requires his attention. Mr. tendance at the farmers institute to be
exists on emergency that demands the
to build tip their town. The town that York is a real estate dealer and is a mem held in Jacksonville on Saturday, Dec.
ber of the firm of Palm & York and he
attention of the legislative assembly.
has the stamina of success in its makeup is a thorough business man who will lie 19. Mr. W. E. Coman, gen< ral freight
and passenger agent for the Southern
The governor of Oregon in his efforts
is not killed off bv a big fire, a flood, nor quite likely to to discharge the duties of Prcihc lines
mes in Oregon 1 ha. ~
given the as
to clear his skirts of thr miscarriage of
a loss of an industrial establishment. the office in a manner satisfactory to the surance that he and
an i his company will do
the new tax law is now endeavoring to
Jacksonville has all the advantages that patrons and to the poetoffice department. all they can to make the institute, tile
restrict the legislative assembly to the
George McCune has Ireen laid off from first ever to lie held iu Rogue River val
are required to give a foundation to a
passage of a new tax law only or the re
work in the postoffice since Wednes ley a splendid success. The full details
town's permanent growth and with the
day by a severe cold accompanied by for the institute will be atti nded to at the
peal ol the one juissi-d at the regular ses
proper energy and spirit on the part of some fiver which has made it necessary meeting of the board of trade next Mon
soion, and it seems to the Sentinel that
its citizens the town can continue to grow for him to remain at his home. Mr. Mc day and it will also b- decided as to
this is clearly a usurpation of authority
and to prosper and Ire a place that w ill Cune expects to oe able to resume his whe'her a good roads convention will lie
held in conjugation with the institute
on the pirt of the governor. The tnem-
have standing with the most progressive work by Monday.
l>ers of the legislative assembly are exer
towns of the state.
cising their prerogatives as members of
that assembly in not bowing to the wish
A meeting of the Jacksonville Boar«!
es of the governor ami this is merely as of Traile will la- held Monday evening
serting their their manhood as American at which time several matters of impor
tance to the upbuilding of Jacksonville
There is clearly -but one question in will Ire up for consideration.
It is ex
volved in the difficulty which through pected that ail having property and busi
oversight has arisen—Docs an emergen ness interests in Jacksonville will Ire pre
cy exist? If there is an emergency exist sent and do their full share toward giv-
ing it is clearlv the duty of the governor ing the prosperity and growth ter the
to call the legislative session irrespective town that its natural advantages war-
of any other legislation into w hich they rant.
may wish to enter. If there is no emer
The delinquent tax list for Jackson
gency there is no further need for any
is Ix-ing published in the Ashland
discussion of the matter. It is up to the
Record and bv a goodly amount of ’'fat
governor to do his duty under the consti tening" on the juirt of the printer it
tution. Either call a sjiecial session if occupies eight columns of spice in that
there is an emergency, and if there is jxijm r though the list is short for so large
not, cease playing politics in his endeav a tax roll as that of Jackson county.
Sheriff Rader has liven very successful in
or to ride rough shod over what is clear collecting taxes and when the sale takes
ly the privilege of the memla-rs of the place on Friday. December IK there will
T is pretty hard to keep well informed on the
legislature. If the members of the legis probably la1 but a small amount then
political news, the scientific news, the literary
lature constitute merely a lot of school
news, the educational movements, the great
laiys and must lie under the discipline of
developments, the hundreds of interesting
and toe any scratch drawn by the gov
fine mule team with which James Fielder
articles in the hundreds of excellent
ernor, we should better have a constitu has been hauling lumber this summer.
the only way it can be done by
tional convention called and; dispense | Thursday Mr. McClaiinahan in company
and woman is to read a
with the legislative assembly and make
of Reviews,” and. as
the Governor of Oregon the whole thing.
that was formerly used by Peter Apple-
sort, it is a good
But for the governor to prescribe just . gate anil sons on a placer mine they op-
exastly the treatment that the state | erated on that stream.
needs seems unusually presumptuous on
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT says:
Mrs. Mattie Thompson his removed
his part and clearly indicates that he her restaurant from the Britt block to her
" I know that through its columns views have been pre
knows more about the needs of the state residence building adjoining the City
sented to me that 1 could not otherwise have had access to;
because all earnest and thoughtful men, no matter how widely
of Oregon than the assembled intelli Ilall. where she is now furnishing both
their ideas diverge, are given free utterance in its columns."
gence of the legislature issuing from all
EX-PRESIDENT GROVER CLEVELAND says:
quarters of the state. It has been sug
•• I consider it a very valuable addition to my library.”
Mrs. B. W. Evans, Clearwater, Kan ,
gested that the members of the legisla
ture would, under the circumstances, be J
months. The doctors said he had quick
violating no rules of propriety if they consumption. We procured a bottle of
13 Astor Place. New York
would adopt the language of the distin Brllard's Horehound Syrup, and ii cured
guished former governor, Sylvester Pen- him. That was six years ago. Since
noyer, in his answer to Grover Cleveland, then we have always kept a bottle in the
house. We cannot do with it.
••You tend to your business and 1'11 tend coughs and colds it has no equal." 25c,
50c, £1 ;<M>. Sold by City Drug Store.
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