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n the County Court of the State of Oregon for
the County of Jackson, sitting in probate.
In the matter of the Estate of Susa* M Wil
To Mrs. Isabella Holleusou, other next of kin
of the deceased, and all whom it may
IN THE NAM EOF THE STATE OF ORE
gon. You are hereby called and required to ap
pear in the County Court of the State of Ore-
.on, for the County of Jackson, at the Court
Room thereof, of Jacksonville, in the County of
Jackson, on Monday, the 4th day of August,
1902. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day,
then and there to show cause why the following
real property, belonging to the estate oi Susan
M. Wilkinson, deceased, should not be sold, as
prayed for in the petition of Chas. E. Wilkin
son, administrator of the said estate, now ou
tile in this court:
S W 4 of the S W H of Sec. 2J*. and the S E I
of the S E
of Sec. 29, and N E 4 of N E
»4 of Sec. 32, andN W v, of N W >< of See 33,
all iu Twp. 34 S. R 1 E, Jacksoil county, Ore.
Witness, the Hon. Chas. Prim. Judge of the
County Court of the State of Oregon, for the
County of Jackson, with the Seal of said Court
Affixed, this 6th day of June. A. D., 1902.
Attest: Gus. NlWBL’BY, Clerk
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
U. nitkd S tates L and Orrict.
Roseburg. On gon. June y. 1&02.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
.vith the provisions of the act of Congress of
June 3. IS7s. entitled “An act for the sale of
- imber lands in the States of California. Ore
gon. Nevada, and Washington Territory,” as
•xtended to all tb« Public Land States by act
)f August 4. 1*W. Ira W. Gardner, of Asbestos,
•ounty of Jackson. State of Oregon, has this
lay tiled in this office his sworn statement No.
JK35. for the purchase of the SW
No. 3». Township 33 South.Range 2 W and will
»tier proof to show that the land sought is more
valuable for its timber or stone than for agri
cultural purposes, and to establish his claim
to said land before the County Clerk of Jackson
i ounty, Oregon, ou the >th dav of August.
He names as witnesses: Lee Mitchell, Wm.
Mitchell. Henry Mitchell and Frank Ham
mond. all of Asbestos, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
kbove-described lands are requested to tile
rheir claims in thi- office on or before said ‘>th
tay of August, 1902.
J. T. BRIDGES. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
The largest sum overpaid for a prescription
changed hands In San Francisco Aug 30. 1901.
Tbe ’.ransfer involved in coin and stock ft IM,-
W0 and was paid by a party of business men
for a specific for Bright's Disease and Diabetes
hitherto incurable diseases.
They commenced the serious investigation of
the specific Nov. 15, 1930. They interviewed
scores of the cured ami tried it out on its
merits by putting over three dozeu cases on
the treatment and watching them. They also
go physicians to name chronic, incurabl
eases, and administered it with the physician
or judge*. Up to Aug. 25 eighty-seven per
cent, of the test cases were either well or pro
There being but thirteen per cent, of failures,
the parties were satisfied and closed the trans
action. The proceedings of the investigating
committee and the clinical reports of the test
cases were published and will be mailed free
on application Address J ohn J. F ulton C o .
Silas <1. Day
Real Estate Agent
and U. S. Commissioner
for Jackson County
»ojtracts made to Title* of
all Kind drawn up especially pertaining in
the settlement of estates
Accounts Silicited, Prompt Remittance
Invstment securities a opeciauy. Jacusoo
□osaty Scrip bought and sold.
have * complete set ot maps of all surveyed
isnds in this county, and receive Abstracts
monthly from Roseburg Land Office, the Land
Department of the O. A C. R. H. and the State
Luau Department at Salem of all new entries
made I am thus prepared to make out home
stead t-apers and take proofs thereon Also I
take tilings and proofs of timber lands, and
jan save to part.es the expense ut a trip
to the Roseburg land office
i have a Number of FlneFarms and other
U nited S tates L and O ffce
Desirable Propertv In my hand* for
Roseburg, Oregon. June 21. 1902
Notice is hereby given that bv provision of
he act of Congress of June 3. 18 j H. entitled
«•“Prom nt reply made to all letters. Charg-
An act for the sale of timber lands in the
states of California, Oregon. Nevada and ¿»* in accordance with the rimes
Washington Territory, as extended to all Pub
Refers, by permission. Hon. H. K. Hanna
lic Land States by act of August 4. 1S92. judge of the 1st Judcial District, and to any
house in Jacksonville.
Corinne Linn, of Jacksonville. Jackson Countv.
SILA~ J DAY
State of Oregon, has this dav tiled in this office
her sworn atatement No. 2795. for the purchase
pf the NEh NE^ Section 24. Township
37 South. Range 3 West, and will offer proof to
show that it is more valuable for its timt>er or * OO-OOOOO-OC J TOOOOOOOOO-OOOO
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to
establish her claim to said land before the
County Clerk of Jackson County. Oregon, at
Oregon, on ’ Friday.
Hh day of September. 1902. Sne names
witnesses • D. Linn. C. Ulrich. Henry
Dox. H. W. Grimes, all of Jacksonville. Oregon.
V ia the
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to tile
their claims in this office on or before said 5th
day of September. 1902.
J. T. BRIDGES. Register.
Rio Grande Western
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U sited S tates L and Orricc.
Roseburg. Oregon, June JI. 19uS.
Notice ¡s hereby given that .n compliance
rith the provisions of the act of Congress of
June 3, lS7k. entitled - An act for the sale of
timber land in the states of California. Oregon.
Nevada and Washington territory, as extend
ed to all the Public Land Stales by act of
Congress of Augus- I. IK92, Anna S. Linn of
Jacksonville, Jackson county. Oregon, has this
Jay tiled In this office her sworn statement No
J7U4 tor the SE'r Section JI.Township 37 South.
>t Range 3 West, and will otter proof to show
that it is more valuable for irs timber or stone
than for agricultural purposes, and to estab
lish her claim to said land before the County
Clerk of Jackson County. Oregon, on Friday,
he Sth day of September. liWJ, at Jaekson-
.-¡lie, Oregon. She names as witnesses: I).
Linn C. L lrich. Henry Dox. H W. Grimes
all ot Jacksonvi le. Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
he above-described lands are requested to tile
their claims in this office on or before said 5th
lay of September, 190J
J. T, BRIDGES. Register.
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Stopovers allowed on all classes of
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0 literature address
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W H. M <AD,
H L. SISLER.
48 Alder st.. Portland. Oregon.
DBik Sold and giuirarit^pd by ail drug
fl U" I U-DAU gist« to Cl KE Tobacco Habit.
Tli« First Term of the Capital
hummer Normal at Salem, Ore-
goo, began May f>, to continue
Tlie becond Term
to continue till
aiiiin it ion ('lasses will be formed
In all the Branches Required for
STATE ANDCOLNTY PAFKKM
AND IX LATIN
Tuition for First term, $'i 00.
One Pillar per Week. For Second
term, •5.00. The attendance w>ll
For Information Address
J.J. KRAI’S, Salem.
Orders tor Hacks Buggies sod Riding Homes
oren-ptly attended to.
Feeding done at reasonable rates
nre i aken to prevent accidents, out will tie re
voora lble tor none should they occur.
Will retuse to do livery work on credit
• It. of Ancient Colony to 11« Marked
by a Monwiuent.
You Know What You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic,
because the formula Is plainly printed on every
bottle showing that It Is slmnlv Iron and Q il-
n ne In a tasteless form No Cure. No Pay 50c.
An elephant that had read tlie fable
of the tortoise that by strict attention
to I .’.sines» had won a race from a
hire that indulged in sleep, gentle
sleep, du; ing the progrt ss of the race,
decided to profit by th*» hint given by
Mr. .Fscp. so he < hallrn^od a rabbit
to a ronWt of speed and offered to bet
gen”»ne money on the result.
“You are on,” said the rabbit, and
flip course was measured, judges were
selected and press a vents secured.
“It is a cinch,” said the elephant. “I
weltdi iH'tweon four and five tons. That
hare In racing form weighs twenty-two
ounces, i will win by three long city
“If that pachyderm is figuring on my
being dopy.’* said the rabbit, “lie will
fiiscover that ho has been smoking the
wrong brand himself, for I am troubled
with insomnia, and I never sleep. What
resting 1 do is after the running has
ended and the shouting has commenc
The race was run. and those who had I
placed their money on the elephant
never saw it again. The rabbit covered
the distance before the elephant had
moved bls ponderous legs throe times.
Moral.--'rhe elephant was out of his
Ihe Kind You Hew Always Bnu|pr
ro Cnre <'o>i*nr>Mru>n Forer«*!,
Cascareis Candy Cathartic ZOc nr*»’*
U C. fail to eura. drug s’. refund monée
Vehicles, Surreys, Pliaetona, Buggies, Two-seated One-
horse Spring Wagons, Light Road Wagons anti Heavy
Four-spring Mountain Wagons—the finest lot ever
brought to Southern Oregon. Strong, durable, easy
running, well finished, elegant and stylish. Come and
sec. All at lowest possible prices. Call and impure.
Also on hand all kinds of Farm Implements.
('inton Clipper Plow»,
Harrow«, (.'uitivati r«, Ktc.
PLANO M'F’G. CO.’S
Mowers and Rakes, Hay Carriers, Barlted Wire,
Binder Twine, Etc.
Double and Single Harneati.
Mr. F. El. Well«, the merchant at
Deer Park, Long Island. N. Y., say«:
“I always recommend Ciismberlain’s
Fain Balm as the best liniment for
strain«. I used it last winter tor a
severe lameness in tlie side, resulting
from a strain, and was greatly
pleased with the quick relief and
cure it effected.” For «ale bv City meut."
íStiidebíiker Hron. Mftf. C o .’ h
Dr. E. E
Will be In Jacksonville on the Fourth of July at. the U. S. Hotel.
Satisfaction ih Guarnnted to ail patron* or money
refunded. Examination Free.
GLASS FRUIT JARS.
Before purchasing any other call on
withstand Lie lilial urgu-
“A big diamond ring.'
To save time is almost as important
as to save clothing. A woman who
has mastered both arts sugests a knee
mending process for the stockings of
children that will lie useful to many
busy mothers. “In buying tlie stock
ings for my family of little boys and
girls,” she says, “I select those very
long in the leg. When the inevitable
gaping hole appears on the knee. 1 sim
ply cut the stocking in two nt that
point and stitch a seam around the
knee on tlie sewing machine, shorten
ing the stocking of course, but elimi
nating tlie hole in n way that makes the
result almost equal to a now stocking.
It takes me three minutes.”
The same woman does not din-ard a
pair of gloves which «lie finds ou at
tempting to wear are too large tor her.
but takes a seam through the palm of I
the hand, between the opening, where
they fasten, and the outside seam. It
Is rare, according to her. that a little
gore taken at this point does not give
the glove an excellent fit, without do
ing any serious injury to its appear
ance.—New York Post.
Parlin & Orendroff’s
GOSNOLD MF.MOHIAL SHAFT,
companions. landed on Cuttyhunk Is
land. They built a fort and storehouse
and engaged in barter with the Indi
ans. This storehouse Is believed to be
the first habitation built on the coast
The memorial shaft is to be built of
Foot was rough Held bowlders from the rocky
so surprised by hills of the Island. It will rise sixty
the sudden at feet from the base and will be a land-
tack of the dogs mark for vessels passing through Buz
that he started sards hay and Vineyard sound.
to run. The dugs
kept at his heels,
and the race con W(‘ offer One Hundred Dollar* Reward for any
tinued until the case* of Catarrh that cannot In* cured by Hall's
hunters were far behind and cursing
F J CHENEY A CO.. Toledo. O.
We. the underMigned, have known F. J.
their luck that their magnificent quar- Cheney
for the last 15 years, and believe him
rv was out of range.
perfectly honorable in all business transaction*
financially able to curry out any obligations
But Big Foot changed his route, and
made by their firm
Making a detour of the top of a ridge, WEST & TRI1 AX. Wholesale Uruggists,
O. W A LI >IN< i. KI N N A N A M A R V1N.
he raced at top speed down the other Toledo,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. O.
side, noting little ot what was ahead
Hall's Catarrh Cur»* Is taken internally, act
ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system Ti-stlmonials >ent free. **
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Right below him was the camp, and
TTolbrook and another member of the
party were there. Holbrook saw the
Clinching a I'roponnl.
great brute coming like a cyclone, and,
grabbing his Winchester, he fired.
It was a lucky shot, The grizzly
rolled over lend with a bullet in his
heart. Fifteen dead horses were found
within two miles of the point wher
the bear ha< made his den.
Didn’t Occur to the I'Jeplinnt That
the Tortolae < arrled No Trunk.
9t«rUa* R.aa.dy Ceaptty, (liltuo. Neatraal, H««v York, lit
Electric Lighted. Steam Heated
The laying of a cornerstone for the
Gosnold memorial on May 24 at Cutty
hunk. Mass., marks the beginning of
work on a shaft which 1s to commemo
rate a hitherto neglected si>ot which la
rich in historic tradition.
On the 24th day of May, 1602, Bar-
OUT OF HIS CLASS
Eight trains run dally between Chicago and
<5t t aul. comprising the latest Pullman
Sleepers. Peerless Dining Cars, Library and
Jbservation Cars, Free Reclining Chair Cars
BI r Foot, the gray terror of the Ida
ho hills, is dead at last. The giant
grizzly dosed ills career with nn orgy
that included the killing of ubout thir
ty horses in one week, and the ranch
ers throughout the wide region where
he operated are rejoicing that he will
not rol> them any more.
When Tom Hopper, the veteran hunt
er of Spokane, arrived in Lewiston
with a party of amateurs and an
nounced that they were going after
Big Foot, the natives, on Tom's ac
count. reckoned there'll be “somethin'
As nearly ns they could find out. Big
Foot was forty tulles from Lewiston
In an untravel
There wore three
of snow on
did not de
ter them. They
for five days be
fore the dogs got
Then they made
ramp, and the
dogs trailed Big
Foot tip a hole
rocks on a high
Ing n tributary
of the Snake rlv-
Stockings and Glorea«.
Fastest Train in the World,
‘ CUFTYHUNK MEMORIAL.
The Best Liniment for Strains
In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for
In the matter of the estate of Minerva Phil
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
24 T tlrd Street, Portland, Oregon.
uudersigned has been appointed bv the county x
court of Jackson county. Oregon, sitting in pro-
hate. administrator of th»- estat» of Minerva
c All persons indebted to the said estate are
requested to settle the same immediately, and
those having claim* against the said estate
will present them to rne at my office in
with proper vouchers attached, within six
month* after the date oí first publication of
Dated June 19, 1902.
J. R. NEIL,
u< aufftored che torture* of the damned
Administrator of said Estate.
with protruding piles brought on by constipa
tion with which I was affiicted for twenty
years I ran across your CASCARETS in the
town of Newell. Ia.. and never found anything
to equal them. To-day I am entirely free from
piles and feel like a new man ’’
C. H. K utz , 1411 Jones st.. Sioux City, la
In a w-?rd this tells of the passenger ser-
v ice via
THE JUTH CENTURY TRAIN uns every day
of the year.
Idaho’s Big Grizzly
Ends Bloody Career
Doctor—I am slightly in doubt as to
whether yours is a constitutional dis-
ease or not.
Patient—For heaven's sake, doctor,
have I got to go to the expense of ap
pealing to tlie United States supreme
court lo find out whether it is or not?—
D. H. MILLER’S
and lns|>eet Them.
A POSITIVE SUCCESS
“This meat trust's a horrible, nwful
thing, isn't it?”
“It is. My heart aches for the poor
“That Isn’t the point either. I'm
thinking alsiut how expensive all these
calves will lie at the coronation.’’—Bal
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Buy a Bottle of
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