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Grttinq Apples lor Inhibition.
Hon. John 1». Olwell, Oregon'» sii|M-r-
intendeiit of horticultural exliildts for the
St L oiiim Fair, arrive«! from his home in
Jackson county Monday morning ami at
tended a meeting of the State Coinmis-
Mr. Olwell is part owner of one
of the largest orchard» hi the »lute, and
w is sr-lecte«! for his position by the fact
of his Ix-mg a recognized authority on
apples. S|M-aking of the exhibit for St.
Louis, Mr. Olwell said:
"We arc <l«»ing what we can to g« t our
exhibit in »I ih | m - to forward to St. Jami»
ami have it placed in cold storage.
Southern Oregon will furnish us with a
goo<l displ.iv oi Spitzciib« rg and Baldwin
apple», while other »ections ot the state
will be drawn ii | h > ii for other varieties.
The season is a little late to get as much
as we desire, but 1 um in ho|x-» that we
«•an make a very g«»o«l showing
”We have not had as much ram during
the summer as usual, but for ihe past
week there have 1x-en abundant shower»
sufficient water having fallen to start the
placer miners to work, and many of the
claims will have consiilcrablc ground
worked off bv Christmas.”
When asked his opinion regarding an
extra session <»f th«- legislature, of which
he is a memlx-r on the Democratic »ide,
Mr Olwell sii'l
"I think we should have an extra ses
sion to »traighten out the tax law. My
|x-oplc want It «lone, for it means a great
deal to Jack «on county, I favor attend-I
ing to that legislation ami then adjourn-!
mg. I rather exjx-ct to lx- notified that
an extra session has lx-en called."—Tel- I
County, or if M-rved within any other
County <>f this Stat«-, then within twenty
days (roll th«- «late of the service upon
you, and if by piibli« ation then within
six we< k» from the date of the first
publication tlu-reof; and if you fail m > to
answer for want thereof, the plaintiff
will take a default against you, and will
applv to the Court for the relief demanded
in his complaint, viz First, for a decree
for ever dissolving, ami holding lor
mtught, th«- marriage
existing between plaintiff ami defendant;
Secoixl, for a further d««re<- awarding to
plaintiff the car«- ami custody <>f the three
minor children of plaintiff and defendant,
and for a judgment against the defend
ant for Plaintiff '»costsand disbursement»
herein to lx- taxed.
This Summon» is published in the Jack
sonville Sentinel for six
weeks bv oriler of the Hou. 11 K. Hanna
one of th«- judges of the Circuit Court of
th<- 1st. Judicial District of Oregon made
Octolx r 8. 1993.
Dale of first publication, Oct. IB, 1993.
COLVIG ft DURHAM.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
E. Crump, each one-eleventh of said re TIMBER I,AND, A< TJI NF. 3. 1878—NOTICE
maining ; r<>< eeds rt-«pecti vely. To Rebec
ca 11 Crump, asguardian ad litem for John
F. 1 l.uniiiond. E<lith Vivien Hammond,
United States Land Office,
Cail Edw «rd Hammond and Clara Alice
Roseburg, Oregon. Sept. 12. P.MKJ.
Hammond, the remainder of »aid pro-
Notice is hereby givi n that in compli
ceeds to lie received by herns such guard ance with the provisions of the act of
inn for them in equal proportions; that in Congress of June 3, 1878. entitled "An
the event of resistance on the jxirt of any act for the sale of titular lands in the
of the defendants to partition of said pre State of California. Oregon, Nevada, and
mises by such sale, plaintiffs have judg Washington Territory.” as extended
ment against such defendants so resisting to all tlie Public Land State» by act of
for the costs and other disburse ments of August 4, 1892,
the suit; that plaintiff have such other
and further relief as. shall lx- just and of Maiden Rock, County of Pierce. State
equitable in the premises.
of Wisconsin ha* this day filed in this of
This summons is published by order of fice his sworn statement No 5792. for the
the Honorable H. K. Hanna, one of the purchase of the West J4 of the EJ4 of
judges of the alxive entitled court, mark Section No 10 in Township No 41 South.
in chambers, fhtolx-r 23rd P.NI3.
Range No 4 West, and will offer proof to
The tune in such order prescribed for show that the land sought is more val
said publication is six weeks. The date uable for its timber or »tone than for
of the first publication of this summons agricultural purposes, and to establish
is Octotier ¡59, 1903; the date of the last his claim to said land before J. O. Booth,
publication of this summons as prescrib County judge, at his office at Grints
ed in Mid order is December 11, 1903. Pass. Oregon. < n Saturday the 12th day
The date within which you are required of December 1903.
to appearand answer if served by publi
He names as witnesses:
cation is on or liefore Decemlier II, 1903.
Benjamin R. Spalding of Bay City.
Dated at Jacksonville, Jackson County, Wisconsin; Francis J. Spalding of Waver
Oregon. Octola-r 30, 1903.
ly. Wisconsin; A. W. Silsby of Grants
In the Circuit Court of the State of
A. E. REAMES,
Pass, Oregon; Sterl Walsingham of Bras
Oregon, for Jacksoil County.
C. L. REAMES,
Rebecca IL Crump, John H. '
Attorneys for plaintiffs.
Any and ail persons claiming adver
Crump, J. Frank Crump,
sely the above-descrilied lands are re
Olive V, Crump, Ethel I.
quested to file their claims in this office
Charles J. Crump, Harvey L.
on or liefore said 12th das- of Decemlier
In the Circuit Court for the State fo 1903.
Crump and John Frank
Oregon, County of Jackson.
J. T. BRIDGES,
: James Helms, Pltf,
Hammond and Clara Alice
Geo. L. Helms, Deft,
TIMHEK LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 187#—NOTICE
Hammond, minor heirs and
Ihe Influrn«»- of thr Youth's Companion. children of Clara Alice Ham
To Geo. I,- Helms, the alxjve named
The gos|x-l of g<x»«l cheer brightens mon«!, deceawd, «laughter of
In the name of the State of Oregon,
United States Land Office,
every fatge of the Youth's Companion. Josiah Crump by Reliecca H. z Summon*«
i you are hereby required to appear in the
Roseburg, Oregon. Sept. 12, 1903.
Although the pa;»er is nearly seventy- Crump, their next of kin
above entitled court and answer to the
Notice is hereby given that in compli
seven years of age, it «Iocs not l«x>k uixui ami friend, and Walter Run
complaint filed against you therein with ance with the provisions of the act of
the |x«st as a Ix-tirr period than the pres nels, husband of Elmira V.
in six weeks from the dale of the first Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
Crump, deceased daughter,
publication of this summons, which «late act for the sale of timber lands in the
The companion believes that the time of Josiah Crump,
of first publication thereof is Friday, Oct States ot California Oregon. Nevada, ami
mo*t full of promise is the time we arr
ober 9, A. I). 1903, and you are hereby Washington Territory,” as extended to
living in, and every weekly i»sue reflects
notified that if you fail so to appear and all the Public Land States by act of Aug
the spirit of looking forward «nd not Eurtnun S. Ciump, Thomas
answer »aid complaint within said time, ust I. Istrj,
A. Crump and William E.
BENJAMIN K. SPALDING
or otherwise plead thereto, the plaintiff
To more than half a million American Crump.
will apply to said court for the relief de of Bay City, County of Pierce, State of
families it carrie» every week its message
manded in said complaint, to-wit: For a Wisconsin has this day filed in this office
of cheer. It» »toric» picture the true
To William E. Crump, of above name«! judgment against you for sixteen hund his sworn statement No 5705, for the
characteristics of the young men and defendants;
red and fifty dollars, with interest there purchase of the NEJ» of Section No 8
women of America. It» articles bring
In the name of the state ot Oregon: • on at the rate of 10 ter cent per annum in Township No 41 South, Range No 4
nearlv three million n adersin touch with
the l»est thought of the most famous of You arc 1 ereby required to appear in the ami for his costs ami disbursements here Wi st, and will offer proof to show that
above entitled court and cau*e ami ana- in. This summons is published pursuant the land sought is more valuable for its
living men aiul women.
Annual Announcement Num'zrr fully wer the complaint now on file therein to an order made by Hon. Charles Prim, timber or stone than for ag-icultural pur
describing th- prim i|ml feature» of The against you, within 10 «lav*, from the Countv Judge of Jackson County, State poses. and to establish bis claim to said
Companion'» new volume for 1994 will «late of the service of this summons of Oregon, made at chamber» in Jackson land before J. O. B'Xith, County Judge, at
upon you, if aerved within Jackson Coun ville, Oregon, on the ."»th dav of October, his office at Grants Pass, Oregon, on Sat
Ize »ent to any uddre»» free
Oregon; and ¡(served within any other 1903, which ord» r requires that this sum urday the 12th day of December 1903.
The new subscriber for 1994 will re
lie names as witnesses:
ceive all the issues of the Companion f«»r County of Oregon, then within 20 «lays mons l>e published in the Jacksonville
Francis J. Spalding of Waverly, Wis
the remaining weeks of 1993 fre»- from from the date of the service of this sum Sentinel, a new»j»aj»er of general circula
the time of »uliscription. also the Compan mons upon you; ami if serve«! bv publica- tion published in Jacksonville, Oregon, consin; Sterl Walsinglnm of Brasington.
ti »n then on or Ix-forr th«- last «lav of the for a period of six consecutive weeks.
Wisconsin; A. W. Silsby of Grants Pass.
ion Calendar for 1fa*4, lithographed in
George Culey of Grants Pass,
twelve colors ami gold. The Youth's
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Comjianion, 144 Berkely Street. Bo»t«»n. cation of this summons, which last «lav- 10-9 11-17.
will be December 11. 1903, and you will
Any and all persons claiming adverse
take not ice that if you fail to so apjtear and TIMBER LAND ACT JUNE 3. Is7* NOTICE ly the above-described lands are request
Mew Way ol Ising Chamberlain * Couth answer said complaint within said time
ed to file their claims in this office on or
United States Land office.
the plaintiffs will apply to the above en
liefore said 12th dav of December, 1903.
Roseburg Oregon. Sept 1-’. 1903.
' J. T. BRIDGES,
Mr. Arthur Chapman writing from titled Cour' for the relief «lemanded in
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with
Durban, Natal, South Africa, says: "As a the complaint t<> wit: That but one com '.he provision* of the act of Congress of June 3rd. 10-2. 12-11
pr<x»f that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy petent person be appoint« «1 as referee I87K, entitled -'An Act for the Salt of Timber
Lands in the States of California. Oregon
is a cure suitable for old an«l young, I with direction by decree to proceed Nevada, and Washington Territory.' as extend TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1878—NOTICE
jam you the following: A m iglibor of to a sale of the following descrilied real ed to all the public land sales by act of August I.
mine had a child just over two month» property, situate«! in Jackson Countv, tnt,
FKAMCIS J SPALDING
United States Land Office,
old. It had a very lm<! cough and the Oregon, in which you own one-eleventh of Wavertv. countv
of Pierce state of Wisconsin
Roseburg, Oregon, Sept. 12, 1903.
parent»did not know what to give it. I interest to-wit:
has this day filer! in this office his sworn state
The S. E. quarter of the N. \V. quarter ment No <701 for the purchase of the NWl4 of
Notice is hereby given that in compli
suggested that if they would get a botth-
No. Min Township No. 11 South. Range
of Chamberlain’s Cough R- medy and of Sec. 19. Twp. :18 s. of R. 2 W. of W. Section
No I west, and will offer proof to show that the ance with the provisions of the act of
put some ti|»m thedunmiv teat the baby M., containing 49acres, and the S. half land «night is more valuable for its timlier oi Congress of June 3. 1878, entitled "An
was sucking it would no doubt cure the of the N. E. quarter, the N. W. quarter stone than for agricultural purposes, and to est act for the sale of timber lands in the
his claim to said laud liefore
J ‘ <>.
child. This they did and brought afauit of the N. E. quarter and theN. E. quarter ablish
County Judge »t his office at Grant* 1-asS. Ore- States of California, Oregon, Nevada and
a quick relief an«l cured the baby.' of the S. E. quarter of said Sec. 19, Twp. gon. on Saturday, the l'Jth day of December, Washington Territory,” as extended to
all the public land states by act of Aug
Till» remedy is for sale by City Drug 38 S. R. 2 W. of W. M., containing 160 190::.
lie names as witnesses
ust 4. lta.
acre». That it I k - determined by said de
A W. Silsby. of Grants Pas*. Oregon: George
cree that said projierty is not capable of Culey. of Granta Pass Oregon; Benjamin R
STERI. M. WALSINGHAM
Postmaster Merriman of Mr«lf«»nl »pent partition except by sale and a division of Spalding ol Bay City. Wisconsin; Sterl Walsing of Brasington, county of Pierce, state of
some time in Jacksonville Sunday.
Wisconsin, has this day filedin this of
the proceeds; that by said «lecree it I k - ham, of Brasington; Wisconsin.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
his sworn statement No. 5796 for the
iliove described lands are requested to file their
JACKSONVII.I.E Al’l-LF.fJATE STAGE
llxxav W fndt . Driver Leaves Jacksonville Crump, is entitled to a «lower interest claims in this office on or before said 12th day of purchase of the SE *< of Section No. 2 in
J. T. Bridges.'
it»ily except H iiik I kv at 7 » in , arriving nt Ap in said premises to the extent of tugust IMS
Township No 41 South, Range No 4 West
plegate at ll a m Leave Applegate at II I • ar- i
ami will offer proof to show that the land
rivuig at Jacksonville »t 3 |> in Closeconnection
tniole with stage to Hteamlsiat »nd stage to Kubti by said sale the dower interest <»f said riMBEK LAND AC1 JI UNK 3. 1*7» -NOTICE sought
more valuable for its
Rebecca II. Crump in said premises tie
FOR I’UBL .ICATION
timber or stone than for agricultural pur-
JACKSONVILLE COI-I'EK MINES STAGE
sold; that said «lecree determine what
United States Land Office. ■ poses, ati«l to establish his claim to said
J ollN R Wil. son Driver Leaves Jacksonville ’ proportion of the proceeds arising from
Roseburg, Oregon. Sept 12. ItMJtt. j land before J. O. Booth, Countv Judge,
at 7 a tn Monday». Wednesday» and Friday» lor
Notice i* hereby given tlint in compliance with
Knelt, Uniontown, Pnrcet. Watkins and Joe» Bar, said sale shall be paid Rebecca H. Crump the , rovi«ion» of the act ol Congress of June 3, at his office at Grants Pass, Oregon, Sat
returning on the following days.
in lieu of her dower in said premises. 1M7H. entitled 'An Act for the Sale of Timber urday, tlie 12th day of December, 1903,
That the proceed» of said sale I k - applied Lands in the States of California. Oregon Neva
He names as witnesses:
da and Washington Territory.” as extended to
as follows, to-wit:
A. W. Silsby, of Grants Pass, Oregon;
alt the public land sales by act of August I. 1S92
First: For the payment of all the costs Margaret R.Spalding, of Bay City, county of George Culey, of Grants Pass, Oregon;
ami disbursements of this suit, and the l-ierce, state of Wisconsin, ha* this day filed in William Spalding, of Maiden Rock. Wis-
this office her «vorn statement No. .»<<«3 for the
costs and expenses of said sale and legal purchase of the SWJ^ of Section No. 10 in Town i cousin; Benjamin R. Spalding, of Bay
feesand expenses of said referee.
ship No. 11 South. Range No. I. West, anil will j City. Wisconsin.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Or
Second: That there be paid to said offer proof to show that the land sought is more
Any anti all persons claiming adverse
vatu ible for its timber or stone than for agricul
Reliecca H. Crump such projiortton of tural
egon, for Jackson County.
purpose*, ami to establish her claim to said ly the above described lands are request-
the remaining proceeds as shall be de land before J. O. Booth. County Judge, at his | ed to file their claims in this office on or
Weston F. Shields, plaintiff
termined bv the Court to be due her in office nt Grant* Pass. Oregon, on Saturday, the i before said 12th dav of Decemlier, 1903.
day of Decemlier. 1903.
of her dower interest in said premises. 1 !th
J. T. BRIDGES,
Lillian Shields, defendant.
She names as witnesses
Third: That the balance of the proceeds
To Lillian Shields, Defendant:
Amy M Chapman of River Falls. Wisconsin. 10-2. 12 11
In the name of the State of Oregon: of said sale I m - decreed to fa- paid to the Francis Spalding of Waverly, Wisconsin, Wil
Spalding of Maiden Kock. Wisconsin. Ben
You ar«- hereby required to appear and parties herein as follows: To John II. liam
Why worry with that old wornout mach
jamin R Spalding of HavCity, Wisconsin
answer the Complaint filed against von Crump, J. Frank Crump, Olive V. Crump,
Any and all persons claiming adversely the ine when a small monthly outlay will put
in the above entitled suit within ten «lays Ethel I. Crump, Charles J. Crump, Harv above descrilx-d lands are requested to file their in its place the best, lightest running
in this office on or before said 12th day of
from the «late of the service of this Sum ey L. Crump, Walter Runnels, Furman S. claims
machine made. The payments are made
J T BRIDGES.
mons upon you, if served within this Crump, Thomas A. Crump, and William 10-2, 12-11.
Register. 1 to suit all. C. W. Conklin.
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