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REPORT. County, or if served within any other E. Crump, each one-eleventh of saiil re
County of this State, then within twenty maining proceeds reflectively. To Re!«c-
flay» iron the date of the service upon ca II. Crump, as guar'lian ad litem for John
Following is th«- re|x>rt of U. S. Volun*
teer Weather Observer E. Britt, for Jack-
son villc, for month of Nov. Latitude
42 <l«-g I kiiiiii west; longitude 123 deg 5
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you, and if by publication tin n within
six weeks from the «late of the first
publication thereof; and if you fail so to
answer for want thereof, the
will take a default against you, ami will
apply to the Court for then lief flem.inded
clrftr in In» complaint, viz: First, for a decree
for ever dinsolving, ami holding for
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»tamdj naught, the marriage
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Second, for a further decree awarding to
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plaintiff the i are ami custialy of tin three
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ami tor a judgment against the defend
lottdj ant for Plaint iff 'scosts and disbursements
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herein to la- taxed.
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This Summons is published in the Jack
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pMrI cloudy sonville Sentinel for six
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weeks by order of the Hon. II K. Hanna
cloudy one of the judge» of the Circuit Court of
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Date of first publication. Oct. 16, 1903.
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COI.VIG ft DUR II AM.
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Attorneys for Plaintiff
F. Hammond, Edith Vivien Hammond,
Carl Edward Hammond ami Clara Alice
Hammond, tin- remainder of «ai«l pro-
ceeils to l>e received by her as such guard
ian for them in equal proportions; tb it in
the event of resistance on the part of any
of the defendant» to partition of said pre
mises bv such sale, plaintiffs have judg
ment against such defendants so resisting
for the costs and other disbursements of
the suit; that plaintiff have such other
and further relief as shall lx- just and
equitable in the premises.
This summons is published by order of
the Honorable H. K Hanna, one of the
judges of the alxyve entitled court, made
in chaml>ers, Octolx r 23rd I9D.3.
The tint'- in such order prescribed for
said publication is six weeks. The date
of tlu- fir»t publication of this summons
is Octolx r 30, IIMI3; the date of the last
publication of this summon * as prescrib
ed in «aid order is Ilccember II, 1903.
The date within winch you are required
to appear ami answer if served by publi
cation is on or lx.-fore December I I, HHK1,
Dated at Jacksonville. Jackson County »
Oregon, October 30, 1903.
A. E. RE AMES,
C. L. REAMES,
Attorneys for plaintiffs.
TIMMER LAND, ACTJUNE 3, JX7X—NOTICE
United States Land Office,
Roseburg, Oregon, Sept. 12, 1903.
Notice is hereby givi n that in compli
ance with the provisions of the act of
Congress of June 3, IH7K, entitled “An
act for the sale of timlx-r lands in the
State of California, Oregon, Nevada, ami
Washington Territory,” as extended
to all tiie Public Land States bv act of
August 4, IM92,
of Maiden Rock, County of Pierce, State
of Wisconsin ha» this day filed in this of
fice his »worn statement No 5702, for the
purchase of the West
of the E% of
Section No 10 in Township No 41 South,
Rang'- No 4 West, and will offer proof to
that th«- land sought is more val
uable for its timlx-r or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish
his claim to said land bef«>n- J. O. B«>oth,
County Judge, at his office at (.rants
Pass. Oreg«,ii. « n Saturday the 12th day
of Dicemlxrr 1903.
He n mie- as witnesses:
Binjamin R. Spalding of Bay City,
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Wisconsit-; Francis J. Sp«'«ling of Waver
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lv, Wisconsin; A. W. Silsbj- of Grants
In tin- Circuit Court of tlu- State
Pa-s, Oregon; Sterl Walsingham of Bras-
Oregon, for Jackson County.
Temperature, mean mux. .'>2 73 deg ; , Relx-cta H. Crump, John H.
Am and a.l persons claiming adver
mean min. 3H .76; mean »•’> 71; max. 75 on Crump, J. Frank Crump,
sely th«- above-described lands are re-
the 1st. min. 26 on the I7lh.
I’reeifiitu ( )!ivc V. Crump, Ethel I.
pust,«l to file their claims hi this office
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
lion, total ID <14 inches; greatest in 24 Charles J. Crumj», Hurvey L.
on or Ix-fore said 12th dav of Decetnlxrr
hours I .H'J inches on the 14th; snow <4 of I Crump und John Frank
Unite«! State« Land Office.
No. flats with .01 inch or Hammond, Edith Vivian
J. T. BRIDGES,
Roseburg, Ort-., Nov. 12tli., 1903.
’ipilnti* n. 19; clear 2; part Hammond, C .rl
Killing frost on Hammond and Clara Alice
TIMBER UM). ACT JENE 3, 1M7S—NOTICE
Total precipitation for
Hammond, minor heir» and
Congress of June 3, IK7H, entitle«! “An act
inches. ' children of Clara Alice Ham
for the sale oftimlM-r >and- in the States
I s t he mond, deceased, «laughter of
of California, Oregon, Nevada and Wash
Uni'.ed States Land Office,
for anv Josiah Crump by Rebecca H.
ington Territory,” nsextended to all the
Roseburg. Oregon. Sept. 12, 1993.
Crump, their next of kin
Notice is hereby given that in compli
and friend, and Walter Run
JOSIAH F. CRUMP,
ance with the provision-- of the act of
Jacksons Ilk Churches.
iiels. husltand of Elmira V.
of Buncom, countv of Jackson, state of, Congress of June 3, 1H7X, entitled “An
Presiding Elder D. T. Summerville of Crump, deceased «laughter,
Oregot', has this «fay filed in this office act for the sale of timl>er lands in the
Gran's Pas» will arrive in Jacksonville of Josiah Crump,
his sworn statement No. 5M3. for the 4 States ot California Oregon, Nevada, and
this Saturday and at 2 o’clock p. hi . he
purchase of the n of se1^. sw'f of seX Washington Territory,” as extended to
w ill hold quarterly conference at the M
se!< «>f*w'j of Section No. 32 in all the Public Land States by act of Aug
E. church assisted by the pastor Rev. Furman S. Crump, Thomas
Township No. 39, s. Range No. 2 West, ust 4. 1X92.
Sanford Smiler. Evening s< rvices will
and will offer proof to show that the lan«l
BENJAMIN R. SPALDING
1 h I k Id at which El«l< r Summerville w ill Crump.
sought is more valuable for its timlx.-r or of Bay City. County of Pierce, State of
preach tlx- sermon. On Sundae Sabbath
stone than for agricultural purposes, and Wisconsin has this day filed in this office
sch'Mil will I m - at 93k) a. m. instead of 10
to establish his claim to sai«i land before his sworn statement No 5705, for the
o'cle ck after which the Presiding Elder
Silas J. Dav, U. S. Commission«r at purchase of the NE1* of Section No X
will preach and then administer tin- sac
of the state ot i iregon: I Jacksonville . Or« gon. on Thursday, the in Township No 41 South. Range No 4
rament of the Lords Stip|m r To these
. ■ i , to appear
West, and will offer proof to show that
the 4th ,, «lav • of February,
se rvices the public is cordially invited
’ 1 and - ans
He names as witne-ses: Andrew 'he land sought is more valuable for its
Then- will be no cv< ning services at the
Cantrall of Buncom. Jackson Co.,
Methixlist church as this is tin- Sunday wer the complaint now on tile therein Oregon; Arthur Klinehammer of Bun timber or stone than for ag icultural pur
poses. and to establish his claim to said
for Rev. Snvder to I m - at Central Point at
com. Jackson Co..Oregon;J«>hn F. Miller
which place lie will hold services that «late <>f the service of this summons of Jacksonville. Jackson Co., Oregon; land before J. O. Booth, County Judge, at
his office at Grants Pass, Oregon, on Sat
ii I am you, if server! within Jackson Coun
ami Jeremiah Nnnan of Jacksonville, urday the 12th day of December 1903.
At the- Prvsbyteriiin church Rev. F. G. ty. < Ireguii; and ifservt d wi'lini any other Jackson Co.. Oregon.
He names as witnesses:
Strange- will hold Ins usual services at II County of Ort-gon, then within 20 days
Anv and al! persons claiming adversely
Francis J. Spalding of Waverly, Wis
a m. anil 7:.’•*» p. ill with Sabbath school from the flute of the service of this sum the above <les«ribed lands are request
at 16 a. m. and C. E. meeting at 7 p. in. mons u| it >n you; and if served bv publica- ed to file thvir claim« in this office on or consin; Sterl Walsingham of Brasington.
Wisconsin; A. W. Silsbv of Grants Pass.
To all th« s<- meetings the public is cordi ti >n then on or la-fore the last dav of the before said 4th. «lav of February. 1994.
Oregon; George Culey of Grants Pass.
flute prcscriberi in the order for the publi
J. T. B ridges ,
cation <>f this summons, which last dav 11-21», 129
Any and all persons claiming adverse
will I k - December II. 1903, am! sou will !
I m ailed for I etti-rs.
NOTICE ly the above-described lands are request
take notice that if you fail to soapjiear ami
The following is a list of letters re
ed to file their claims in this office on or
maining uncalled in the Jacksonville answer said complaint within said time
before said 12th dav of December, 1903.
Ore. P. O Nov. 30. 1003.
' J. T. BRIDGES,
Roseburg Oregon Sept 12. 191X1
Bradshaw Mr. Tom
David the complaint to wit: That but one com
Notice is hereby given that m compliance with 10 2, 12-11
Jameson Mrs. R F.
Wilber |et<nt tx-rson be appointed as referee
1K7H entitled "An Act for the Sale ot Titnl>er
j. with direction bv decree to proceed Lands in the States of California. Oregon TIMMER LAND, ACT JENE 3. 1S7X—NOTICE
< > ii <- cent will I k - c i* barged upon deliv-
N<<'!.< and Washington Teiritotv
as ext< mi
to a sal«-of the following described real ed
to all the public land sales by act of August I
property, situated in Jackson Countv, IW2.
J ohn F. M iller .!’. M.
FRANCIS J. SPALDtN«.
United States Land Office.
Oregon, hi which you own one-eleventh
>1 Waverlv countv of Pierce state of Wisconsin
Oregon, Sept. 12, 190-3.
has this day filed in this >ffice his sworn state
Notice is hereby given that in compli
The S. E. quarter of the N. W. quarter ment No >701. for the purchase of the NWq of
of S< c. 19. Twp. 3H S. of R. 2 W. of W. Section No. sin Town-hip No. II South. Ratine ance with the provisions of the act of
No I west, and will offer proof to show that the Congress of June 3. 1H7X. entitled “An
M„ containing 40ucres, ami the S. half land
-ought is more valuable for it» timber oi
of the N. E. quarter, the N. W. quarter stone '.han for agricultural purjaises. and to est act for the sale of timber lands in the
of the N. E. quarter and the N. E. quarter ablish his claim to said land before J. O. Booth, States of California, Oregon. Nevada anil
Judge at his office at Grant« Pa*S, Ore- Washington Territory,” as extended to
of the S. E. quarter of said Sec. 19, Twp. County
gon. on Saturday, the 12th day >f December,
all the public land states bv act of Aug
3K S. R. 2 W. of W. M., containing 160 1903.
He names as witnesses
ust 4, 1X92,
acres. That it I k - determined bv said de
A W Silsbv of Grants Pas*. Oregon: George
■STERL M. WAL.SINE.HAM
cree that said property is not capable of Culey,
of Grants Pass Oregon: Benjamin R
partition except by sale ami a division of Spalding of Bay City Wisconsin: Sterl Walsing of Brasington. county of Pierce, state of
J. D. Cook of Medford and George
Wisconsin, has this «lay filedin this of
th»- pnx'eeds; that l>v said decree it I k - ham. of Brasington: Wisconsin
Howland of Grants Pass were in Jack
Any and all persons claiming adversely the fice his -worn statement No. 5796 for the
determined that plaintiff*, Reliecca H. fla>ve
descrilied lands are requested to file’their
Messrs Cook and Crump, is entitled to a dower interest
in this office on or before -aid 12tli day of purchase of the SE ’4 of Section No. 2 in
Howland ow n a fine placer mine on in said premixes to the extent of claims
J. T. Bridges.’
Township No 41 South. Range No 4 West
Jump-off-Joe that It.is yielded them
and will offer proof to show that the land
1! for the fieriixl ot lit r natural life; that 10-2 12-11
handsome returns for several years past.
more valuable for its
by said sale the flower interest of said
AC I JENE 3. 1H7X NOTICE sought
They had even thing in order when the Rebecca 11. Crump in said premises be TIMBER LAND
FOR Pl BLICATION
timber or stone than for agricultural pur-
late rains began and the men began pip
Enitrd State« Land office.
poses, and to establish his claim to said
sold; that said decree determine what
ing last week. They have comparatively proportion of the proci < ds arising from
Roseburg, Oregon. Sept 12. lWtt.
land before J. O. Booth, County Judge,
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with
easy ground to work ami expect to work
sail! sale shall be paid Rebecca H. Crump the rovisions of the act of Congress of June 3. at his office at Grants Pass, Oregon, Sat
oil several acres of land this season.
in lieu of her flower in said premises. 1H7K. entitled "An Act for the Sale of Timber urday, the 12th «lay of December, 11M13,
in the States ot California. Oregon. Neva-
He names as witnesses:
That the proceeds of said sale be applied Lands
la and Washington Territory." as extended to
A. W. Silsbv, of ('.rants Pass. Oregon;
as follows, to-wit:
ill the public land sales by act of August I, 1K92.
First: For the payment of all the costs Margaret E Spalding, of Bay City, county of George Culey, of Grants Pass, Oregon;
Pierce, state of Wisconsin, ha* this day filed in William Spalding, of Maiden R«x k, Wis
and disbursements of this suit, and the this
office her «worn statement No. ’>7U3 for the
Costs and expenses of said sale and legal purchase of the iV, of Section No 10 in Town consin; Benjamin R. Spalding, of Bay
ship No. 11 South. Range No. 4, West, and will City, Wisconsin.
fees ami expenses of said referee.
proof to show that the land sought is more
In the Circuit Court of tlu- State of Or
Any and all persons claiming adverse
Second: That there be paid to said offer
vain ible for its timber or stone than for agricul
egon, for Jackson County.
Rebecca II. Crump such proportion of tural purposes, and to establish her claim to said ly the above described lands are request
Weston F. Shields, plaintiff i
the remaining proceeds as shall be de land before J. O. Booth. County Judge, at Ills ed to file their claims in this office on or
at Grants Pass. Oregon, on Saturday, the before said 12tli dav of Ikcemher, 1!M»3.
termined bv the Court to be flue her in office
I !th day of December, 1903.
Lillian Shields, defendant.
J. T. BRIDGES.
lieu of her flower interest in said premises.
She names as witnesses
To Lillian Shields, Defendant:
Amy M Chapman of River Falls, Wisconsin. 10-2. 12 11
Third: That the balance of the proceeds
In the name of the State of Oregon: of «aid sale be decreed to be paid to the Francis Spalding of Waverlv. Wisconsin. Wil
Spalding of Maiden Rock, Wisconsin. Ben
You are hereby required to appear and parties herein as follows: To John II. liam
Why worry with that <>1<1 wornout mach
jamin R Spalding of Bay-City. Wisconsin
answer the Complaint filed against you 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 days Ethel I. Crump, Charles J. Crump, Harv above described 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 tile service of this Sum ey I,. Crump, Walter Runnels, Furman S. claims
machine made. The pnvments are made
J. T. BRIDGES.
mons upon you, if served within this Crump, Thomas A. Crump, and William 10-2, 12-11.
to suit all. C. W. Conklin.