I r —* *• am! was residing thereon when th« «Inn his «1? ’ttpancr. nmi that if In* , houst'dkl you buiblIL answer- J «elections bv Hyd«-» were filed; nml tlhl, the etlecl IVuulil he to li'Store •*d, ,‘Kight by Iwt'lvo; lumber. that after tho lands were tmrvoye«! th«* premise» to the couilitiou of un Most of th«' winter I i*overed the occupied laud. [ h.* applied to mak«' liomesten«! en cabin with tui ohl.tent I htul there What thooccupant might lawfully try thereof, but his application was and 1 bin! lumber there ” IL- was do himself in such a case, he might r< jecteil for conflict with said se further uski'd, "How much lumber lawfully permit authorize, or pro lections. • did you have in th«» house—how cure another to dn so. So, in this Fjion the protest a hearing was ma««}- boarils'”’ Hi? answer was, SkTCRDAY NOVEMBER!.» HO2. case, the Pacific Live Stock Com a : ha«l in August, 1900. at which l»oth j*l think there is about seventeen i pany might procure th«» s< lection» Gentrv ami tin* Pacific Live Stock I or eight« on; I never cottntul them; GENTRY vs. 1’. L. S. CO. to be made bv Hid«* in its inturest. Company, successor in interest to 1 never counted th«* boards ” Iti Tho Kind You Have Ahraya IVrttght. and wldch I’««-1 been or might waive its right to object I Hyde, *«ppeared ami submitted ano.her part of his testimony he In u»o for <>v«-r BO years, fins borito th«' **l;:u:it«rv or D pi-tiu ui’.J of Interior. and permit him to make the m*lec- j timi Im-» b«-« n m.id«' tinder fils per- testimony. The local ollicers dis- state«! that there was “ about eigh Washington, October 27. 19«»2. tivins in his own interest. In so fur rmnnl supirvlsl' » limo Its Inliiticy To the Commissioner agreejed in their opinions upon as your ollie«* decision hchl other teen or twenty live plunks.” an inch civc yon in llils. Allmvnoonot thick mid a foot wide, somt* of them o.l *’ uri» init Sir:—April 15. ISpS, F. A, Hyde the evidence. The receiver found wise, it was erroneous. AU < «iiiiitcrlclt*», liiittntlmiH ami - • r tli<* licititi! ot* sixteen tc«t long ami »«»me not so tiled «election, under the act of June in favor of Gentry, and recommend ExperimcutM finit trille with *r •• « tlentry went to the lands in Octo I Api-rinieilU Infant s unii Cliihlrcn 1--M‘«-,-!* " 4, 1897, tor certain unsurveyed ed that that the selections be re ber 1S94 lie claims to have had long. When n«kc«l how much he jected to th«* extent of th«* conflicts pai«l lor th«' lumber he hauled to lands designated, according towhat un agreement or ui rangement with would be their description when with his claim. The register found the company to the «licet that the th«' place, ht> answend: "Well, I surveyed, as the SWjsWJ. Sec. IS. in favor oft he company, and recom ranch was to belong to him, nmi will tell v«»U how I got the lumber ; .ire» Castori;« is a linrmlc- ’ Hiib and the NW’XWi. the K.lXWf. mended that the »elections lx* al that the company was to pay him I loan«-«! a man a horse to ri«lc on u it goi.c, Ih-op>. ami Suol In li . « all «lay ami gave him a saddle •catte and SWjNEJ, See IS, T 27 S . 11. lowe«! to stand. «otitulns i.fìttici- Opln i, '!’• i 1 $25 a month for the alfalfa hay By division of December 16. 1901. >1 tun blank t for th«* lumb«*r. ’ Ono «»♦’ 4 2 E., \V. M . Burns, Oregon, in Mil>stii:i«*<*. I! t lift li ih. r.mici« raised there and for the us«* «if pus- Imi , your «'tliee reverse«! the finding of th«' witnesses for the company tea inni . ' Poveri 1 licu’of|eertatn hinds situate within ture for its slock,and w as to furnish Ioli Colle, It rei.. *.cs 'i cettilli-*. T. ■ •»* the limits of the Sierra Forest Re | the register, atlirmed th it of the every thi ig needed to run the ranch, titled that, counting pieces ami ail. and Flatulcncy, Il nastmilat > t. serve, in the State of California. r«*ct*iver, rejected lhe selections ns men to help him in tho work, and ti «re were prol nbly twenty I-« ards Htoimicli ;.ud Ilo« t--» r.'ilimr '■ ■*' October 5, 189s, Hyde tiled two to all th«' lands embraced therein, supplies for his own subsistence in th«- shack ; that they wer«* of old The Chlldrt ’s l’aa.icca-The M« that Gentry hud shown lun.I« r. uml looked as though they other selections, under the same and belli and the subsistence of the UIVII men to I ¿. *11* it 1 »BUM mu 9UU0IC1X «iw < ’4 tliu entitled to make homestead , , , , , had teen used before, ns na.ls inni act. one for what would be. when nim«elt CE/'UT' t . , , . i , , be emplovixl bv the compauv ’ 10 entry for the lands claimed by him. ! • ‘ beentlrivi ti in them ami tak« n surveyed, the SW 1-4. of the NW assist him. Tb.e evidence consider 1-4. of said section 19, T 27 S , R TI ie decision bases the rejection of ed as a whole, plainly shows, how- Consider« 1 in the light of all 42 E.. and ihe other for what would the »eloctiona upon the stated e«-er, that Gentry went upon the circumstance«« and comlition» be, when surveyed, the FJ of the ground that the lands wer«* not sub I hinds as an employ of the com i.-ting at th«- lim«*. Gentry's h iil l- SW 1-4 of said section, in lieu • !' ject to »election under th«- act of pany: that his dutivs we-e to look ing of this shu k was m no sense a certain lands situate within the Jun«- I. 1S97, when the selections after and care for the company's I liona tiib net of st ttlcment, but a linilts|of the Cascade Range Forest were tiled, for the reason that they stoek an«l other property, to main- 1 mere pre ens«-. Xo one could have » were not vacant lauds within the i I lived in it during the weather Reserve, in the State of Oregon. tuin its possession, mid to d<» such meaning of said act, but were at which generally prevails in tint The selections were filed al the other work on the rancn a-? he was th«' timeoccupitdeither bv Gentry, i M-cticn <>f the country in winter, instance and for the benefit of tae ln Uso For 9/t able to do. Being well advance«! the homestead claimant, or by the ami Gentrv <li«i not atten 11 to du Tur •» '» ’ — ' Pacific Live Stock Company, on«t in years and othcwisc infirm. In* Pacific Live Stoek Company. so. W. ’ ii to ver necessar} to hia the selected lands were subs« quent- was physicist!} unable to perform The ’«'»unpanv, in the name of i comfort, he eontinuc l to occupy lv conveyed bv Hyde to said «■» m- hard labor. For his services he IIv«!e, lhe selector, has app*aled t he C» in ]';ll. vs house after the butitl pany. was to receive a salary of $25 a to th«* Department. ing of his shack, am! rrqx.¡ally The approved plat of the govern mouth and was to be furnish«*«! all during the winter «if 1898-9. Pre- Afli-r careful cx.imination of the ment survey of the township in necessary supplies for his subsist which .t he selected lands are situ voluminous record of th«' hearing, ence. lie worked for the company, ■ sumably. he «Ii«l his cookii g there. ated was fill'd in the local ««flice ami of the briefs of counsel, tho under this agreement or arraugc I as lie had no st«»v« or cooking utcu- Depuriment is «'loarly of th«' opin sils'of any ki’id of h;.- own March 2»J, 1900. uient, until some time in the spring ion that the allegations in Gentry ’ s I place. May 15. 190 >. James Gentrv ap or summer of 1898 (the date wa« protest, to the effect tha. he settled It appears from n siipnl iti« n by plied to'make homestea«l entry fjr not definitely shown), when the upon the lands in controversy in the parlies, which is mml«* a part the WINW l-l ami NISW 1-4 of relations between himself and the Oeto!«er, 1894. a* a claimant there ; of the rcconl. that iu July, 1‘99. said section 19, T. 27 S., R. I? E. company became strained, and he of under the bouic?te»nl laws, and Gentry was pul «• IT the lands, under His’applie ition was rejected by th«* announced to some of the latter's that he thereafter continuously re- . an order of court num«* in a suit iu local otlicers l»e«-am»e of the prior employer ami others an intention . muined in possession of, rcsidwl ««juity brought by th«* company in A selection by Hyde, embracing the t<* claim the lands and to appro- upon, ami cultivated ami improved June of that v$ur io enjoin uml rc lands applied for except the MW priat«* them to his own use. II«- . the land» - as such homestead claim strain him from interfering with 1-4. SW 1-4 of said section. No ap continued, however, «luring th«* ant, ami was so residing thereon ! its possession of tho premise»; tnat peal wasjtaken from such rejection. cultivating and harvesting season Tin coati lets | between the imine when the selections by Hyde were of 1 <'.!*<, to occupy the company’s1 he rcm.iined uwav until Julv 190». I. WOLDENBERG. si: . l’rej ri«t«.r. «tea 1 ,'upplicition and the selections tiled, have not lieen sustained. hou-c and to use the «-oii:u.-iny - about, a month prisr to the h«*ar- There is conflict in th * evid«*nce in ultimately ing: that the suit v. a- a.-l in th- NW 1 4. NW 1-4. em’ suppli« s, furniture, i«*ani, fuming Tb.'■ servir« a of ti brewer of long yenr» e.xperi«*n< bri* I <•«•»» uf ac -ti-jn 19, «-.»verc l by th«* S*'h" .«some particulars, but where such utensils, and other property on the lisinis-««! by deer«-«* of the court < uri d a«.d thè uri dn<*t of ibis Brew«ry is o! thè l«e»r giade in tlir timi ii ! April 15, I- ".’aibl th»- SW conflict oectir? the very decided place. In th<* fall of 1 sys, against in which it was brought, ami that, Itdittid Empi«-«-. l’ilice u trial oriier and yoti «vili imi b«< disnp- 1-4. NW 1-4. uml NE 1-1. SW 11. preponderance i? against the pio- tha company’s protest.. In* sold I ho on app< al to th«* Supreme Court of poi 11 t < «I. ««;' -1 .'le->- ‘tin;i, i: >vcre i I* *’ ¡,tbe KC* lestant, and upon the whole evi- crop of alfalfa for ’.hat year iiik I Oregmi, the «lecreo of dismissal was Bl K.XS, OREGON d«*m-<* iiis claim nml contention ore iitlirnmd J une 1'». 19;,() lections of O itober 5, 189S. appropriated the jr.ei«ds to his Il seems to have In <*n found by J uii *-.'*. 19.1 ».'¡I e-ntry tiled p-w found to he utterly without merit- own use. It is shown that ’ . he Pacific Live th«-court, in that suit, in substance t**<: a’linst tin- R.dections, to the The bar is supplici nuli rione The custom of the company w a s Stock Company occupied an«l im uml efTcct, that Gcnlry was em extent of^the lands lie had applied to piy its employ«?. including bui thè vcry l«*t brand» «>f fur, wli rcin’iie alleg* a.’in’suLstance proved «’¡i«.* lands in question with Gentry, in time checks, drawn ployed bv tlm Pacific Live Stock W m«-», Liquor» timi Curbot ufi <1 and ctl'e!*:, thatjuii orjabvut’October other lands adjacent thereto, kimwn monthly. Gentry would frequent Company to go upon the Rinehajt drink», ami thè < hoic.*>t Figura. 2!. 1 s H,*b * s-tiled unon’thfjiunds together as the “Rinehart Springs ly leave his checks in the com Springs ranch to live there, with in [controversy (with tho^vii-.v to Ram-h,” fiir many years prior to pany’s keeping. som< times for six the nmlerstandirg tlmt lie was to Your patronage solicited. claim dhe sanu-j under th»* home- the hearing, having, in or about months or more, and wou'.«l call hold th«* lands for the Is net’ll of th«.* Conrteou» treatment t<* all. »tea«! laws, aml'withjth«- intention . th« y< ar 18VI. for the sum of$1.2«)0 for them when h«.* needed money. company, ami. when surveyed, w a s Corner norlh of |»i»t<iflic»*. to juak'.qh >m stead ' entry therefor pu-clmw-d ti,«.* possessor}- right and His name was cnntinuetl on the to ac.piire title thereto under the improvements of one Sullivan, who homestead laws mid rmiv v the when surveyed :’that)be cre«*m«l a company’? pay roll until May 31. CALDWELL <V BYHD, «! weliing-hoiise on’(the land?, ami had bicvii usly located upon and 1899, and monthly time checks same to the company when his titb- l'roprietnra. Fpon such find- everjsi nc«»,t he «late of hia ret I lenient improv« <i tne land- and wu« at the were drawn in his favor, as usual, was perfect«*«! Continued on Third page. )i.i- Ib'-en•continuously‘in’Jlbe'po?- date of such purchr.se occupying up to that «late, and l.e called for ■ the same. The company was en s<i««ion there »f.’r«*?iding upon, cul and got th«* ctiecks dra«vn in his tivating, and itnproving’the same. gaged ill the live-f lock busil esS, favor tip to and including Nov«m i and had upon the land4 a house, her, 1897. Some time in ¡898, used as a dwelling for its employes, probably in August or September, corrals a'«d sheds for its stock, a rt Gentry called f«,r the time checks reservoir ar d water ditch, the 1st- OIX TMF.XTS J J drawn in his favor after November | ter about half a mile in length, 1S97, but m view of the difficulty ami suppositories will rot, from 150 to 200 acres enclosed, and I* r sixty J«*urs the N F.VV \ORK Itf.f.KI.} llilfll NKhnalieen n national p .Mtivelv cannot--do more which bad arisen between him and 30 or 40 acres cleared, irrigated, weekly new pap r, rend mmoH entirely by far i««*r», and iias eiijmen th.* « mill th in relieve you. th«« company with respect to the deuce and support of tin* American |>e<ip>e to «degree tiever attained by any and cultivated to alfalfa.from which it >e<|uirea an internal ranch, and of his announce«! in- ; similar publicatioi,. THE remedy to remove th«; cause about 75 tons of hav were harvest- tention to claim the same as his uml effect a permanent cure I ed annually. The cost of the im- NEW-YORK TRIBUNE EARMER own property, the company «lecliu- . Ark your druggist for Dr. proveinents, incluuing those pur- is made utiaolutely for farmers mid their fnmdiea. The flrn tmmher was iirm.-d Perrin’s Booklet on the sub ed to deliver the checks, ami file«! chased from Sullivan, is variously Novemlier "til, l!Kd. ject. them awuv until the th« difiicullv I.v ry lepartmmit of agrcultural inbdVry ¡«covered bv special ««mtrihntorn estimated at from#3.0« ) $G.OOO. i -houl<i be settle«!. who mi* Ii «ders in their n*"|s < tiv. lit «•«, and the TRIHI NE I A RM ER will ho The company secured theselccti ms ■ The lands were surveyed in the in every sense a high < I. ish , up to date, live, enterprising agricultural pnper. pro Ought not to mean growing weal: .•..*.<i to he made for its benefit. Under fuee'y il!m.tratc«l with pietur. h of livestock, model farm buildingx and homes, field in Augmt, 1890, and there- feeble, it does 1ml mean weaklier:; <>;• ucrienltiir«l nia< hiliery, etc., feebleness lor those who eat witll g<x> 1 such circumstances the occupancy af’er Gertry built a small shack in S - >j fj J « Ü apjietite ami sound «ligestion. It is of and improvement of the lands bv I armers’ wives, sons and dunght-ra will find special png... for entertainment sole the company's e:iclo-ure a:«<l the utmost importance that old j<-«pl R.gninr pri«e|l per year, with iT I Mb f 1 llJMs, Junie Or. the company would not invalidate should reU.in tile jxiwer to dig« .1 and adj «cent to a s!«>ck corral. This, assimilate too I winch is the s.dc roureg the selections <>r constitute* an ob of nhysici.t strength. When age liiii'y ; be states, was hi* first act of settle TRY A jection to their approval. In th** ment The shack was a po«»r af fee:>lcm <-• it is g nerallv ie-caii- • ot lit ' A ' failure io •.iiimilale the nutrition con case of Myrick v. Thompson, the ) Ì I n fair, with no floor, without any tained in tood. Supreme Court had under consid Dr. Pieri e's Golden Medicn'. Discover- ■ urea disc, se.« of the stomach an I other eration the mt of'Julv 17. 1854, stove or other arrangement lor organ« of digestion ; ml enables t’.a. |>et- heating or cooking purpores, nn«l fect digestion ami assimiiation of foo l, which, among other tilings, author Ì tr . TPAfCTOfîT p À wa« utterly unfit for habitation A i it iuvige -..tes the liver and promote ; 2f ized the location of Sioux half breed I ... ( ■ vt It o VMÙ4 general ph* sical well l>eing. It was constructed of four posts *•« t $ O t "• MY •It i with erilitmle we acknowf»d-e v.t '. scrip upon “unoccupied lands.” in they oitnd to which boards were llr l*i< tee • : n ilieine tian done for gr.iihlniotti h-'« Our fee return« «1 if wo fail. Any one somling sketch and description of , r’« good, in tact it liaarun.il lier." »nites Mi It was there held — nailed ’o fonn one side and one The îjp.r•».<*■»• » irrv' R:.nk r of !*• rrvslxirg. Ohio. ' ti.sl 5 any invention will promptly receive our opinion free concerningtho patent • ■ S r/r'M SiCti ■loctorvl >»ifl' -' Vi rat pln-ician« but t<Alml is ibi» ■ . I he «.the- »ide wa- form« <1 '< Car- t li. I until llr l-i-rre a<l»iw<l her what to <t" fiarrrl u The provision authorizing the e- ft ability < f same. " How to obtain a patent” sent upon reip»e«t, I’atents Sin lias lain n ottlv three lw.tUe*ol * «lol.len .«!• <1- ■» » Vc •f fritifrf-% I serin to be located upon * ui.oecti by the fi ne« of the stock corral. ieai i«¡»over»-- amt is entirely well Site o.i > I « locity of «• aecurc.l through us advertised for sale at, our expense. t r. J with pal» in kiitnej . blailder and liv. r lor f rrond « •.«•»« piert lands” was evidently framed ma<l< of post? ami brush or widow t -n tea--, ami her linilw were »with -I w :h .. fl.It f Patent « taken out through us receive sfifcia/ volice, without charge, in ' v- drops»* -o l»a*l she ,-oiild hardly walk. M. eraial- for the benefit and protection ofoc branch«?, to which some canvas? treat kfllir.; niother s ria’a" i- Mrs. Caroline Henn« n hrr.-tge power th- nrdifl«'? T he P atent R ecokd , an illustrated and widely circulate journal, consulted la ;i years. I trill gladly answer ull ktUtr.« «*1 cupants of the lands, and tha' if .< *» k j*» * • • •. • r* « th I *i )<l iminiry." the occupant saw fit. a* the plain was added, an I prohub y one or by Manufacturers and Investors. ■ -ennti »»' *»'». ttt Sicl; people arc invited toconrult Dr I ’ r »Ir» Wish, M Th«- other end was .1« iw »• m ai4»t«n R. V. 1’ieree by letter, free. All cor- tiff did in this ca4e, to Io ate the two boards. Send for sample copy FREE. Address, resnomlmi«« is held as strictly prit .te scrip upon hind occupied bv him l«-ft open. 1 I ’-Jttiilt, (Cvtt It Gentry «as a witnrs- nine e..‘ .»< mid sacredly confidential. VICTOR J. EVANS & CO,, self, there could be nn objection to • »r Piercc’.i Pleasant Pellets r.gtila',* at the hcariog. and on cross exami IH! MAHllri I ' z I he local ion. ns the occupant might (Patent Attorneys,) tllv low -1* HfW HAVUN, COMM , U S. A. waive h e right to object and nbau nation was i?k d ■ Wijit kind of » COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER What is CAS ’''.■■RIA The Kind Yon Ili; Harney Valley Brewery Windsor IH 1 II j ì 1 i ii\ r Glowing OStS IV 1 < : I V Evans BniMing, WASHINGTON, D. C.