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GRANTS PASS PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
(OmiWd front tr1 Pagt.)
Hon in tlio common school Keither representatives of Capital
nor of Culture can convince the American peojilo that vico,
crime, idleness, poverty, social discontent are the lcnitimate
results of an elementary educat ion'amongtlie worker of society,
or tliat the schoolmaster u a public enemy. The sentiment of
most Americana Is that of Daniel Webster, who onco mid, "If I
had as many sons M old Priam, I would send them all to the
public schools." If onr schools fail to meet the needs of chani?
ing social conditions, the Wand quthly, not the extent, of edu
cation must be chained. Neither the free hitih school nor
t lie free stato nniversity must bo lopped off. "No system of
education," says Huxley, "is worthy of the name unless it
creates a (freat cdncatioual laddrfr with one end in the gutter
and the other in the university."
It Is only by means of skilled labor, wisely and Intelligent
ly directed, that a people can become or can remain permanently
prosperous and happy; it is only by means of Intt-lliKcut and
honest voters that law and liberty can bo preserved and main
tained; and it is only by means of a still more complete educa
tion of all classes that humanity can riso into a higher type of
social evolution. There is no slavery so opin-essive as that of
HULKS AND REGULATIONS.
The hours of school shall bo from 9 to 12 A. M., and from
1 to 8:30 P. M., with one recess of fifteen minutes.
The first or warning bells shall be rung at 8:.'K A. M. and
13:45 P. M. ; a second bell shall bo rung five minutes before the
third or tardy bill, which shall be rung at 9 A. M. and 1 V. M.
No bills or tickets of any description rlmll be distributed
in the school houso or on the school grounds by any pupil,
teacher or other person; and no notices or announcements of
any kind not directly connected with the school, shall lie given
by any teacher or other jierson.
Teachers and pupils shall! excluded from the school when
any member of tho family is suffering from Huinlljxix, Scarlet
Kevcr, Measles, Diphtheria, or any other contagious disease.
They shall bo readmitted on the presentation of a certificate of
safety from the attending physician.
All teachers Biid pupils before entering school shall present
u certificate of successful vaccination within the past seven
years. Tho Board of Directors shall decide when revaccinalion
SCHOOL LIBRARY AND APPARATUS.
No lxok or apparatus belonging to the school district shall
bo taken from the school buildings, excepting such text hooks
as havo been loaned to indigent pupils, which may lie taken by
the pupil to study at home, and in all cases must be returned
ou the following day.
Tho SusTiutendcnt, shall havo the im diale control and
direction of all teachers and may require them to remain after
school hours for conference.
In any case of misconduct or Insubordination he may tem
)sirarily susicnd a pupil, and shall immediately notify the
School Board of such action. The Directors shall meet and con
sider the matter, and If they approve the action of the Hupcriii
teudent and think tlio caso calls for further punishment, tliey
may cxiell tlio pupil from tlio school,
He shall make such tempoiary arrangements, relative to the
school, as emergencies may require; but such cases shall Ihi at
once reiortcd to the Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Teacher shall Ihi assigned to their grade by the Board of
Directors, on tho recommendation of tho KiiiH-rintcndcnt, and no
change shall bo made except by the Hoard of Director.
All teachers shall lie in their class room at H :!)() A. M. mid
12:4(i P. M., and shall admit pupils immediately after the ring
ing of the first hell.
One teacher shall remain on each floor of tho school building
during the noon hour, at the brick school house, and one at the
wood school house.
Teachers shall follow tlio State course of study, and shall
teach any grade or grades that may Ihi assigned by the Suis-riii-teudent
or Board of Directors.
When teachers are absent from any cause, their salary for the
time absent shall Iw deducted. Kis-i-lnl case shall be subject to
sMH'ial consideration by the Board.
Teachers shall Ihi held nccouutalilii for any damage to build
ing uud furniture In their rooms during school hours.
Teacher shall keep a record of any books loaned hy the dis
trict to indigent pupils and shall require their return at the end
of tlio term or when the pupil has finished hiiiiic.
All pupils who enter their nsH'ctive rooms after the ring
ing of the third bell shall Ihi marked tardy. First year pupi Is
may Ihi excused lit 11 :!I0 A . M. and 2 :-l!5 P. M.
Nim resident pupils, projierly qualified, may he admitted to
the HigVSchool and various grades of the public school, en the
payment, in advance, of tuitions as follows:
High School, $7. M) ht quarter; Ittli, 7th, and Nth grades, t
l-r quarter; all other grades fo 1"T quarter.
No pupils can Ihi released during school hours to take draw
ing, music, dancing or other lessons.
The standing required for promotion shall be as follows:
Prom the primary to the third grade inclusive, the teacher shall
recommend pupils for promotion. A mark of at least Tri sr
cent in each study is required fur promotion of each pupil at
tending, in the 4th to Tth grades inclusive. Such murk shall be
ascertained by written examination, and no pupil shall be
promoted or graduated on class average or standing.
Pupil who In one study fail to reach the required standing,
shall be promoted on condition that they iuss a sat isfactory e
aniination In that studv at the opening of school in the follow
ing September. Failing to do this they may continue as though
promoted, but shall recite such study ill the next lower grade,
until such time as they can jmss a sat isfactory cxiiminiit ion :
Provided, such course of study shall 1h made up within three
mouths, and if not so made up, pupil shall Is- returned to lower
Pupils failing in two or more studies shall not be promoted
and shall take the examination in all studies at the next regular
All pupils to Ihi graduated from the Sth grade or common
school course, shall take the State uniform exaniiniit ions, under
the rules and regulations governing same.
High School pupils, for promotion, shall attain an average
of not less than HA iercent ill all studies, and shall not fallln low
TO per cent III any one"study. Vor graduation they shall obtain
an average of not less than (HI per cent in all studies, and shall
not fall below T.I per cent in any one study. All such markings
shall Ihi obtained by written examinations, either under the
sun'rvisloii of, or as may bo directed by the Board of Din-dors.
In all exaininat ions for promotion or graduation, but cue
trial will lie permitted.
No pupil shall In- allowed to attend m-Iihi unless provided
w ith books, slates and other things required to Is- used in the
classes to which he is assigned; but no pupil shall Ik- excluded
for this cause unless the teacher shall have given the parculs one
weeks previous notice of the article needed. Indigent pupils
shall Ik- rcimrtcd to the Board of Directors.
Every pupil is required to attend school punctually and reg
ularly, to conform to the rules anil regulations of the selnsil, ami
to ols-y promptly all the directions of the teacher, to refiaiu en
tirely from (he use ot profanity and vulgar language, and to ho
clean anil neat in srnu undYlothiug
All pupils shall Is- held resHiusihle for any riling or cut
ting on desks occupied by them, and shall 1h required to pnv for
any damage done ; they shall Is- euss nded from school until mm b
amount has Is-cii paid.
Any pupil writing or causing to Is- xvrilten any vulgar lan
guage, or of draw ing or causing to Is- drawn any obscene pieiiites
ill or on any of the school buildings, fences, outhouses, clo-ois.
etc., shall Ih- susHiidcd from school. The SuMiintendent shall
immediately notify the Board of such st'iisliiii, who will in
vestigate the case and decide on the date and conditions of the
pupil's return to school.
Adopted for the use and government of the schools in Dis
trict No. 7, Josephine County, Oregon.
J. A. SI.OYKH, Chairman;
T. P. CRAMER, Director;
R. THOMAS, Dinvlor.
Attest: J. A. JENNINGS, Clerk.
BOARD UK DIRECTORS UK THE GRANTS PASS PUBLIC
J. A. Slover,
T. P. Cramer,
K. Thomas, .
J. A. Jeuiilngs,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
Hon. J. O. Booth, Grant Pass, President
Lincoln Savage, Grants Pa, Secretary.
J. T. Taylor, Grants Pass, Treasurer.
C. F. Lovelace, Wilderville.
H. L. Wells, Holland.
F. E. Young, Superintendent.
Miss M. Astella G.xsliii, High School.
Mis Susie Baimard, High School.
Miss Nora W. Sydow Eighth Grade.
Miss Minnie L. Toffs, Seventh Grade.
Miss May A. Sutton, Sixth Grade.
Miss Mary K. Griflith, Fifth Grade.
Miss Mary E. Day' Fourth Grade.
Miss Lillian Hogan, Fourth Grade,
Mis Ethel Hackott, Third Grade.
Miss Edna Parker, Second Grade.
Miss Calla Heslin, Second Grade.
Miss Florence Akin, First Grade.
Miss Alice M. Pool, First Grade.
Monday, St-pti-iiils-r Hth First term begins.
Thursday, November 27th Thanksgiving Day recess.
Friday, Decemls-r Kith Holiday recess begin.
Monday, January 51 h Work resumed.
Friday, January 23rd First term closes.
Monday, January 2Hth Second term begins.
Sunday, May 21th Buccalaureat Sermon.
Friday, May 2!ith Cominenei ment Exercise.
A scries of entertainments will lie given this year for the
benefit of the Library fund, the dates of which are not yet suffi
ciently definite to insert in the Calendar.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
The climate of New York Is Diluting.
Our Indian population Is not skillful
In any line of manufacture' save Its
own crude Industrie.
To copy nature seems to work well.
The Holland submarine boats are built
In the shn- of a whale.
A piano iinimifactiii'lng company In
Ontario claims to have III Its shop a
piano made by the company's founder
If) year ago while he was in business
III Hull n to and sold by him to General
The Massai'liiiselt Frog company
ha Just been Incorporated In .Maine,
with a capital of ?..ihiii, Its object be
ing declined III the application to be
"to buy, sell. In- I uud Import frog
and like utiluials."
In tit hast three American cities
there me athletic clubs In whlli the
mcuilif rhhlp runs far up Into the thou
sands. 'I'iils I claimed ns showing
the marvelous development of high
class athletic In this country.
In Sweden they have a land arrange
ment of this kind: The fanner will
give a tenant so many res of ground,
provided the tenant will give him so
many days' labor for so many years,
the labor to bo paid ns wanted.
A little more than one-eighth of the
amount annually expended for pen
sions goes to the south. Of the nearly
I.iski.iski pensioners of the civil war
17!),r.Vt were resident last year of tho
lo soul hem stall's, Including Maryland
Tearing up a will Is supHised to re
voke It, but a ItriMiklyii woman, after
tent ing up her w ill, placed the shreds
In an envelope, on which she wrote,
"Till will Is all here." The fragments
were pasted together, and the will was
probated in regular form.
Facts that came to light after the
suicide of a young Russian In Loudon
last week give some Idea of the mis
ery Involved In sweatshop labor. The
unfortunate youth was paid 37 cents a
dozen for "llnlshlug" shoes, a process
that comprises nearly half the work of
making the shoe.
Thackeray's "The Virginians'
Stuart ltobsoii w ill revive "The Hen
rietta" next season.
Olgn Ndhersolo Intends to produce a
stuge version of Mrs. Athertuu's "Th
I laughter of the Vine."
It Is said that Richard Mansfield, one
of the greatest tutor of today, hns
stage fright and has It bad.
Archibald 'layering (iiiuter's new
novel, "Tangled Flags," will probably
he dramatized for Henry Miller.
William I'mci'shani ha recovered
from hi recent illness stitllclcntly to
reappear on the stage this season.
The character of Ophelia In "Ham
let" was originally acted 300 years
ago by a iiiHo. a were all female char
acter III those day.
U. II. Sot hern ami Virginia llurncd
have a new costume comedy by Law
rence Irving, dealing with the career
of Lovelace, the poet.
A bid for notoriety In endeavoring to
nil toe a new London bouse King Ed
ward' theater has been nlpiH-d In the
bud. the lord chamberlain refusing per
mission. Mrs. 1'lske new play Is called "Syl
via's Daughter." It t the work of Hen
dt'lck Christ h-rnsoii and has la-en sins
cessfully played III Stockholm, Copen
hagen and Berlin.
London theatrical people expect that
King Edward will pretty soon confer
the title of sir knight on nil actor man
nger. Sir Henry Irving Is the only one
now holding that distinction.
THE GLASS OF FASHION.
The channlns English Imitations of
point d'lileueou and point d'ttrabe luces
are In great demand, particularly III
the brownish gray shade.
Veils are as popular na ever, and the
L-urlsh colored kinds have disappeared.
In the newest design the dots are
closer together than last year and fre
quently are arranged In diamond shap
Satin foulards In small, neat designs
and In soft vet gay color are to be Im
mensely popular tills spin g ami sum
mer, liose. tielge. tan and reseda xvlll
be the favored shades, l ace will be
used In prolusion for trimming.
A revival of n pretty fashion la the
black velvet ribbon bracelet, which Is
being worn now by Parisian women.
I It Is simply finished ami held together
I by a dull gold slide, sometimes Jew
j i-led. Ugyptlaa aruilet, too, are popu
lar, although their chief beauty seem
to Ho In their barbaric effects.
Beware of stiff collars If you would
follow Dame Fashion. Soft, pliable
silk folds. I'nlshod with dainty velvet
and luce "turnovers." with perhaps a
gold button gleaming here ami thero,
mo tlio correct t hints nouaduj. Th
stiff iilgti backs ami dog cars have en
tliel) dlsapi-catvd.- Now York Trib
une. To lure a fold la a
'Ink Isiuive Promo vjuitnn Tablets,
All itiuggisis r.-:und ihe money i( it faiU
to i ur. K. W. liroTv's signature is on
I'll! ti I.O. '. , .
THE JOSEPHINE COUNTY
Mine. Modjcska Is no longer under a
decree of banishment and may return
to her Poland If she will.
In his boyhood laziness was the pre
vailing slu of Kitchener, lit father
sent lilm to a school fur girls a a he
Senator Warren of Wyoming Is the
only man of his business In the senate.
He Is an undertaker In ( 'In-yenne, al
though proprietor of a general store.
Baron Armand Rothschild of Paris,
the nephew of the late Baron Roths
child, will take over the direction of
the Rothschild banking house In Frank
fort. Former Speaker Thomas B. Heed
say that he 1b eschewing polities not
ouly lu his actions, but In his conversa
tions. He Is a lawyer now, uud a law
Two of the very greatest men of the
nineteenth century were born on one
and the same day Charles Darwin and
Abraham Lincoln, who both first saw
light on Feb. 12, 1S00.
Captain Nehcmlah Mayo Dyer, who
commanded the cruiser Baltimore dur
ing the battle of Manila Bay on May 1,
181)8, lias been placed on the retired list
by reason of the age limit.
The Duke of Abruzzl, In honor of his
own expedition, was the other day de
clared by the local government a citl
teu of Rome Ukiq the occaslou of his
lecture on ti,e polar regions.
Charles S. Francis, the new United
States minister to Greece, Is a splendid
oarsman and in 187U, during bis senior
year at Cornell, won the single scull
championship In the Intercollegiate re
gatta. Reformer Rlls thinks that If Mrs. Na
tion were to use her hutchet In smash
ing the frying pans of Kansas she
would accomplish more lasting good
than can como from demolishing en
General Joe Wheeler In the course of
a recent Interview remarked that It
was harder work being a soldier now
than of old, because there were not so
many autograuh collectors In the days
of the civil war.
Dr. James Warrcnne Sunderland,
founder of what Is believed to be the
world's first college for the higher ed
ucation of women, recently celebrated
his eighty-eighth birthday at his home
In Collegevllle, Pa.
The will of tlio late General Leonard
A. Dickinson of Hartford leaves half
of his residuary estate to St. Thomas'
church In thnt city and one-fourth each
to the Hartford hospital and the Hurt
ford Orphan asylum.
Colonel Curtis Guild, Jr., of Boston
protested that he could not accept the
brigadier generalship of the Second
brigade of the Massachusetts militia
and was nevertheless chosen to the po
sition. He has now- declined It, saying
he coubl not accept It without too great
a personal sucrlfk-e.
THE TROTTING RECORD.
The Kentucky fair circuit, now being
agitated, will probably be a go.
The Missouri pacer Alliert Allison,
2:10li, will appear on the grand circuit.
Anaconda, SifrJH,, has won 24 out of
31) races started In ami been worse thau
second lu but five.
Tacomls, 2:14Vt, by Ovorstroot
Wilkes, has been added to the stuble of
Bert Whltely of M uncle, lud.
William J. Burnhatn of Baltimore
will campaign F.vadne. 2:loVt this year
aud says she Is good for a murk of 2:0S.
The Canadian pacer Arbutcskan.
2:01)-, a grand circuit performer of
1HM, Is expected to be promlueut again
Almonnrch, 2:24, one of Almoul's
greatest sous, Is still living at 2S1. Ib
is owned at Monarchal stock fa nr.,
Canastota.- N. Y., In good health and
still getting foals.
There Is a green trotter at Collou,
Cal., by Zoiubro, 2:11. out of Sarah
llontoc, tuna of Kllou Madison, 4,
M., that has shown 2:1J. He Is
mimed Lord Kitchener.
J. D. Crelghtou hns purchased the
well known Orchard Park farm, at
Lexington, and will establish Ashlsnl
Wilkes, 2:17"4. there. Robert McGregur
and other famous horses have stood
there lu past yeurs.
Mm are generally kind when women
look their best. Bequeathed.
Most women ought ulver to lookback
If they waut a following-Mr. Dooley.
Women are sure to lie Inconsistent
somewhere. It is their birthright.
"An English Woman's Love Letters."
In the dissolution of sentimental
partnerships It Is seldom that both
partners can withdraw their funds at
precisely the sum time. Touchstone.
Some women, and they are Ihe happy
ones, csu comfort themselves In a
loveless marring with pretty uote m
per and tying up the legs of chair
with blue ribbon. These little fem
inine Instincts are not given us for
nothing. -4Mana Tempest,
Th Wesk'y Orafonian and th
Coi-aiss both for on year for I- in ad
A tai Bsag.
Now aud a;;ain there is an item in the
newstriTH-rs concerning the birth of a
punv biibv !. small 'hat a iimi'l cup
nobis it coiniortnblv. If the article to.d
all the facts it would piob.ib'y tell also
of a mother v. ho in wenkiiev. and misery
had looked lurward to the baby's advent
with shrinking and fear.
To have hue, healthy children the
mother must be healthy, and it is the
of mothers that the
of Dr. Pierce's
tion not only promote-!
hea'lil but also gives
her slrem-th to Kive
A her child.
"4 "Favorite Pre
t' scription" accom-
mjif&. g Jili-bes tnese results
"-1 Sf bv tmiMiuiluing the
f'sfki'V nerves, promoting a
-'AS healthv apsieiite
ail'l giving tcneo-
ing sleep. It increa-.es physical vigor
and gives great muscular elasticity, so
that the babv's advent is practically
painless. It is the lie:,t of tonics for
' I gl.i.ily t . oeoiif let Dr. 1-icirr ' l-'nveriu-Prescription.
" rilet Mrs J. W '. SU-pln w. ul
Miln. N .iltiuiul. iliinil Coiititv, Va " II lore
nivllnol littl' !-.y was bora I took six lietll'S
11- i. I In l".' -t ,'l.il.l and has ts-n Ir-ni I'irtli.
sti-l I MinVrt-ii v.-rv tiiin-h less than 1 evir Uil
tH-fmr. I .e.llK-.ilalitiK'V ailvi-- esonColt
mothers to U-.1- the l-.i ...-rite rtiMcr.iitioii. "
The dealer who offers a substitute for
"Favorite Prescription" docs so to gain
the little more profit paid 0:1 the sale
of less meritorious medicines.
Dr. Pierre's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, containing ino.S pages, is sent
freeun re cpt of stamps to pay expense
o' .mailing "lift: Send jt one-cent
stamps for tin- cloth -hound volume, or
only ji stateps for the Issik in paper
covers. Adores Dr. K. V. Pierce, Buf
falo, N. Y.
iviarr DR. JORDAN'S ost.Tl
Tht I Jf( i Anad mlcal Muui In tbs
W-rid. Wetknf.i r any uttattad
d'Kj.e fa)ilTlf rjrl -f lh oldMl
bixiiaitat om itm Imr kit J yalra.
Oft. rfORDAN-OlSEASESOF MEN
llrill.l thwrnuhlr "ftdlratvd
tow ytm. ithuuj lb u vfaaWrvwry
TratM Itirrl hy an I'li-sjrt- (
rl - lot 9mptmt. A quick and
r-i.l rota fm sTtl. ?- ami
Fllsla. t(f lit. JonUu's tpvuftl ptttv
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IHRIAtiKi MAILAA fan. (A tatoaU betB
DR. I0R0AN k CO., 1081 Martial 31, 1 P.
IK A MAN UK TO YOU,
And wiy Komi! dlliff salve, oint
incut, lot ion, oil or all p 1 In all 1
in Rood iih Durklt-u'ri Ainicu Halve,!
him thirty yvnrn of marvelous curet.
of Pilert, HnniH, ttoils, Ctims, Fi lon
Uleerw, Cuts, Scalds, IlruiseH and
Ski'i Krupt ions tmve it's lust and
cheapest. 25 rents at W. K. Kn iik t
K-iin Km! sweat m
fcj have mi elicit -a
f will. l-Ljttka Mur- J
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F i as l iQj;l-y the
WHY (K) K A ST
Over the sun-ltinteil, sae brush and
alkali plains when ymi may jtist as
well tal:e a delightful, cord and rum
forlahlc ride through t!ic heart of tin
Hoeky mountains in view of the grand
est scenery of the American t lit i -in
This you can do by travelling on
the Rio (irande System, the far fumri
"Scenic Line of The World," the mily
traies-i'ont iuental line pasin through
S tit L:ike t 'ity, ( rlenwooil Sprin s,
Leatlville, C(diradt prins aud Ueti
ver en nute to eastern points.
Three daily express trains make
close connections with all trains east
and wet and ntTurd a choice of llvi
distinct routes of travel. The eijuip
ment of tlie trains is the bcM, imdud
iiiK free recliuini! chair cars, standard
and tourist sleepers, a ierfeot dining
car service, and a'e-o personally con
ducted excursion cars, each in charp
of a competent ruide, whose business
is to loik after the comfort of his
guests. No more pit asaut and i m x -pciiMvc
means of crossing the Conti
nent can be ft mid th:ni is provided by
Kr ailditiotr.il details, address
J. l. Man-tii Id, (i.-u'l Ag't . Rie
iSraiulc Lines, P.M Third St., I'eit
Tho Kxcitonxent Not Over
riif rush tit ih' dnu (f r ill .!
t iMiti h f si daily sc ires el people inl
li H bill l If of KeiUp't I'.il-rtte (er thi
ri.rertl sail I. lints for tl.fc ire d Cunyh
Colds, Aiehum, llfonrtii'is in. 1 1 iMiinp
ion. Ki'inp'i U,i!-itn, Ihe c antbird
funiity retiif dv. i s-dd on ft if u' :tn ' c
ar.d never f 'nnive en t ire s.e i-fn, r
I'rice lTe, Mini Oc.
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K'tntmU'r tin ii.tiu wt fii viii wnie
Jehi iolH. Hi p-- i.n itii oinr i.mi.'
drink to t k th plne n! ci iff So'd
bv M sxriHrn ai I I kid Kv a I who tit
ii eJ H. tir iiiei) it inAd o( nrs Krmti,
it aula d htefMinn and a'rfrurttrn th
ivt. I' I not n. a"tnn!ri!it it a
hml'li bmUrr and t tit i lo drt-n na tl
lti adnltn can dunk it ibtfra
tvertll. ab.MiI 4 n nti t li at
cvnVo. KV and ir packar. Auk
TiMir grinrr for (irtin O.
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NOTICE FCK 1'UBLICATION.
Timber I.snd Act June 3, lh78.
Unitcl States Ind OIHi-e,
lioffhuru (ireeon, Aoznut i", YMI!.
.:. ... l......l.u ..;,-..n that, in OOlll-
.smili-m in-irii.. .
..i. .11, ilm i.riivininns ol the a-'! ('I
(Joiisrif" ol Jiine.1, 1C78, entiih i "An
sri fur HiHSHifOl iiniwr lanos -
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MStt-t niiii'i' i. ,
Hjnl Wa-tiinstoii Triitor,"exienil6d
n all till- rlinlic IJinil isiaii-B ujr ui.vs..
. , lwi.) I ;. II l;nmV:llilll of
IIIUIIi-l 1, I'--'-, -' - - -
I'urtUnil, Countv of Multnomah. Mate
t i... ,iu ,av fttfii in this of-
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ihe i.nr, liiitH of ihi oi - r. 4
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... . . r . ..I ,... I l.u
.out will otn-r proui 10 mu. n-"s
ami H.nalit is inor valiialili' for lis tun
ber or etono linn for aitiiniltural pur-
in-ves. unit !o csiaoni.n hit ,-iauii ii"
tsn.l before J. ( Hoom, i;ournr junire
.t Ins olliiteat liranti Tan-, Ort-gon, or.
Vli.mljLi I III, linli ilav ol ovnnl.er,
111 .ii. fSIn minies u witin-fM-s:
lien. K Knnl', V K. Kielil. Sam 1'.
WjIi Ii. Klsooil W't'w, all of Ton 1 mil.
..... . .. .1 all -lurartna i-tl mini, nil Vfrft-
.1 II J nun ii i " . r. ... o - -
ly i tie sliove-il-'U'ribed lainls are re-
liiesU'U lo lile Mieir rlanns m "ns onu-e
,n nr before raiil 10th day ol November,
J. I. iillllKiKS,
'(T1(JK KUU ri'HI.ICAl'ION.
Timber Litnl A.-t, June 3, 1878.
Criilecl Slates Land Uliiie,
lioHeburi, Or iron, Aniinsi 13, 11W2
Noliie is herein niven that in compli
uiie itb the provisions of the ait of
..'miirees of June 3, 1878, emi led '"An
n t for the sale ol limber lands ill Ihe
Stales ot Olifnrnia, Oregon, NevJila,
inU Wanhiiitfinn Teintnry," as extenileil
'o all Ihe l'nbliu- L ind .Stslen hy ai-t ol
iiKUt 4, I8:il', Mary tiun lemon, ol
Portland, C'onniy of Multnomah, tsiate
if Oregon, hail this day tiled in this olfire
bernnoin siateinent No. 3LM3, for the
i -ii rs base of the N K ,'4 of ieo. No. 35 in
Tonnship No. 40, (south, Itanije No. U
iVest, and will li"-r proof lo (how that
he land totiuhl is more valuable for iu
Minlier or stone than for srioulltirul
puipufifp, ami to estab'i&h her rlaiiu lo
'iiiil land be hue J. O. liooth. Count
luiliiP, at hi i;tlit'e at (iran's Tana, Ore
gon, on Monday, the lOlhdavuf Novetu
tT, l'.ll'2. She names an witneepes:
Iv (iunderi-on, U. K. Fields, Klwnod
Wilts. K. A I'l-anr', all of Tortland,
Any and all perHou-i eUiinini; adverse
'y ihe aliovi -ilen'rihcil lands are re
nestd to file ibetr eiattus iu this ollice
in or before Haul It) h d.vv ol November,
3 r. r.uiiKiKs,
NOi'K.'K KOU 1'L'r.l lCATlO.N.
Timber Land Act, June 3, 1878.
Lninil Mmee Land Ollii-e,
KodeburL', Oregon, August 14 l'.ii).
Notue is tierehy K'Ven IhaL in cuuipli-
u -e ftiih the provtsinriB of the an of
v.'oui:ress of June 3, 1878. entiiled ''An
.i-i lor the siileof liiniii-r UiiiIh in the
Stnte ol t 'aliloinia, Ort-on, Nt-vada anil
Wrislr.i.Kt'in Teiriiory," a extemlrd to
all li"- I'u I.I ( I, anil Slates bv ma ol
Auifllsl 4, lsiij, Kiwood Wiles, of
I'ori land, County of Miilini-man, Siute
,f Oieunn, has Hun day filed in Ibis
illii-e bis vworn ctaleiuent No
'01 the 1 itr 1 l,a -t- of Hie N'., N Ki4 ,S K'4
S W'j and S W'i4 N K'"4 of t-Liinn
.No IJ, lu ici.mihIii'.i No. 41 ,s, Knue f.j.
iwist.utid M ill oll'-r prjof to show that
1 he lni.il niniiht 1. more valuable for in
umber or tuuie than lor h 11-ultur.1l ptir
poseA, and to estahlisti Ins claim lo uttd
'and belore the Heister and Keeetver
t ibis 1 tlii-H at (iranis I'a-e, Oreiton,
n Mi niluy, the 1 1 1 1 day nf Novtm
iier. 1H0J lie iiHtnes an w itnesses :
K A K.-ari ur, C. K. Fields, f, W.
haihertieo. K. Kunk, all ol I'jrilaiid,
Aniinil all pernors claiming; adversely
the above deM'i tbed lauds are requested
to rile their i lallns iu tine ollice ou or b."
loie sa d lthh day of November, l'.i()J.
J. T. Hiuinj,:.,
NoTli'K l OU ITIH.IC.VUON.
Timber I. ami Art, .Line 3, 1S7S
I'liiud .-tali s Land Ollice,
Itosob'irir, ( ireon, Aiu-ist 13, jn
Nome is lutein linen thai in ci tnph
Slice with the prn isn.in. ol the act of
(J mitiess of June 3, 187S, entiUi .1 "An
icl Inr ihe site uf limber l.ind.s in
ihe Siuies of California, Oieuoti, NH.
Vada and Wa bin. ton Ti rritorv," a.
ex ended to nil the Tubbi: I.nii I
stales hr act of August 4. Isii.j
K cdr.ck V. Farber ol Port and
0 unty of .Multiioiiia'i, state uf Ore
mil baa this day Hied in (.
He bis sworn statement. No. :','!J7.
t t Ihe pun-haw of tin- S1,, of N W'4
mil N', ot r- Wi,u Sectiin No 14
in Towu-hip No. 41 S, K 1110 No
1 west, and w li ullr prool lo sbmv that
the lands 11 1 1 1 is inure valuable for its
imb.T or slim,- than fur airriciilturil
pinpo-e-, Mid to establi-h his claim to
snl laud la-lore J. O liooth, County
llld.'e at his otli- c at ttranis 1'a-s, ( be
mil, on Mumhiv, me Mb day ol Nov. tu
ber, l-.ic. He 11 lines as witues.es:
l-ilwood Wiles, C K. K 1 : . i , .(. .pi,
Abstoi h, Sam I'. Vcs'ch.uii ol I'oriland
Any and all persons cl.ionin idversdy
the above dn-ribi d lands aie iuested
tn tile their claims in tins 1 ilic on or
be nre said H'tli day of Noveinla r, l'.UJ.
I. I. 1-KlliOKM,
.vmcK foi: i-r iii.u'a rii .n.
Timbei I. ,11 1 Ac', June ;i. ls;s.
I'nm d Ma'.s I .mn utli, ,-,
U -l,nrg. O'cit-.n, A'ikui 1;, 11,11.1,
NiHicc is In-rebv kiwii thai in (ompli
iiicewi h Ihe provisions ot tin- act ol
Congress ol .l.iui- 3, I S7S, entitled "An
act inr the sal - ol inn-i-r lands in th,.
Slates ol Cain, 1-1, m, iir.-.n,, N, va.ln
and W aihimitoii Temturv," as eiieml
.1 to all ihe I',!'.. In- 1. an-1 su ,. , h,
I Aunusi 4 IvO, I-'. ian! i;,,,, I,.,.,,,,
of l-i ulaml, t inny 1 f Mu in,,n,,,
Mule i.l tin gnu, has ih,. ,Uv tiled iu
this 1. lb, e bis sa on statein-1,1' N , ;ijsi
l.-r t' e pin, I a,,. ,,t 11, e s, u l , Si-,-:V,i
Nu 3 in lowii-iiiii No 41 S..111I1, ra-itie
I wi s', and wlh 1 ' r pri o' liislinwih.it
the laud si ugh: 1 valiieble tor 11,
I'iniier . r s;,n,e th .1, i,,r sgi n h'i ural
pil' p-i.-es, an I 1,1 ,-rlabllli hi- cla uili
Slid land b, l ire .1. I). H,,. (',,,,
Jlldg". . ,. , li,, ,. a, ,,,,,, ).,. (((,
g III. Oh Miiinl ,j , ,e Ul I, ,v Ni.W'U,-
be, i'Hl' lU-naiiMs ss tin,-!,,
nii I Ve.til,,!-',.,,. I; l.',,,, J
All lk C i:. r , ds, ail ol I on i,,l
A .1 and all i"rs .,a c!.iiiiiin adv-is
ly 'li-..b 1,1- I il, d lands ar- red.les .
e l m ti e then claims in Mils . Mi e ,. ,,
".I ire sa' I ID h d.v ,.t X .veniU-r 1 1.1-
I. 1'. Cm, ,, :
tie Allen t font lut'
si,ier to U- shaken im,, h ?h"es
.illi h el 1, el s a nl I, -n, I iivnii- i)l hot.
' d w t li-. ,1 ea,l!y l ,,, ,.n,. ,ar.
" tiet ..r tight Ones, i,v .v' r,,i
K ll '" Hie I'-'. h I ti ake.
sikii.g ,.sy Cures , ,,.,, t
'eel, ii.gr,.ii.,i nui s, I liner and i sllini
po s. Ilel.v- '..-. sud bin im,. o
ll l-si'i si.d giv.s t. tt and cnmforl
I'l. It tie, lay. S.,', .11 ,,,,., ,,
h.a- SI. nr. , -. '. Trial paila.-e f ir.
Addlts., A,:,li .s.t.rujsled, l.e Uny, X V
Vou Know Whtkt You Ara
When you lake drove . Tasteless i h,M
I riiuc. Is-tuw II. r t,.,i,,:i. ,,i.inv ,,rm(.
ed on es.ry Is.ul. ,,oia,( II..I ,t i, ,.
ply lion .ml 4u, lri , ,, ,orrn
No l'ur No, l'v.- .My-.
Are You Going tmv
Perhaps I can be of service to you.
I can ticket you over any railroad running
trains out of Portland; tellyow when to leave
home; where to change cars; when you will
reach your destination, and what there is to
be seen on the way.
Call or write I '11 take pleasure in answer
ing your questions.
Omaha, Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis and
Thro' Train Southeast.
The St. 1 uis Special, the tlirou.ti ex
press of ihe Northern l'aiiiio and llur
lington railroads from the Northwest lo
i lie Southeast, changed time on May I.
Ttie trans-continental service is materi
ally binifjted, as connections Inr Ihi
East and South are now made with
morning trains out of St. Louis and
The St. Louis Special now leavct
Portland, at SiL'-j a. in.; Tacotmi, !:4h
P. ni ; Seattle, 3."0 in.; Spokane.
0.55 a. in.; Helens, II) 15 p in.; I'.il
Mini", 7:00 a; in
The new card is more eonvi tiient ft
most cities in the Northwest. The
lirtin now carries standard tleeper,
tourist sleeper, dining car, ol air car.
coach, And bii.jeuo car, Portland ft
Kansas Cily without change, also (ri i
reclining chair cur, ; Portland lo St
Iiuis. It remains the great TIME
SWEH, as Weil as the only through
train between Ihe Noilhwest and the
A familiar name for the Chicago, Mil
waukeeAiSt. Paul Iisilwav, known al
over the Union as the (ireat Kiilua;
running the "Pioneer Liiniled" truiui
every day am! night between Si. Paul
and Chicago, and Or.iuba uud Chicago.
' The only perfect trains ill the world
I'ndcrstund : Connectionn are made
with All Transcontinental Lines, assur
ingto passcngiri Ihe best seivice kno n
Luxurious coaches, electric lights, sleam
In ut, of ii verity eii:alled by no olt.cr
Sec that your ticket reads via "The
Mil iitikee" w hen going to any point in
the I'nited Stales or Canada. All tick
et agents sell them.
For rates, piiiiphlets or other inhu
J. W. Caskv, C. J. Kihiy,
Trav. Pass. Al'I. Oeneral Agent.
Skaiti.k, Wami. Poiulixd, Or.
"y' -i.-a-.nr-- t.. . Trn
Do ycu.t Children
Of cotii'i-o I hey do. Jl id their
way .f lcnniitii' iiml il U your duly
lo answer. Vim limy need a dic
tionary lo aid you. Il won't an
swer every tit-slioti, hut I here are
llioii uinls. lo which it will give you
true, elear ami (lefiiiilf; answers,
not iihiitil words oulv, hut about
things, llio sun, iinu'liinery men,
places, nlories ami l liclilio '..'lien,
too, I he children can find Iheir
own aii8weiH. Ko: ,c of our
grealc.it liH-n havo ascribed their
power to sliuly of t lie dictionary.
Of course you waul l!,. hestdic
lioinuy. 'I'boiiiosleriliciil prefer
tlio MetYund Liilurged Lditiou of
TsjN. If J"'i A m-e nut qursliuu
( WTBHCS. ) "l""t l "T'7''
n7G'& C' MERRIAM CO.,
v J i-uuLtiiitni.
Ihe largest mm ever p,ii, I
sciiplinn. i-liange.l bun j
cisio. An.-. :;n, nidi. li,,.
tr a pre
n I- run
n.h-r ii -
ntveil III CO. n Hid S'n, -1 .-,
as bv h i..,r' ,.( I ii.,,",..
a '-c li ' h.r li.ijn', 1 1,
I'e., hliher'n ii en, .,1,1,.
Thev I'liiinnelin d i In- .in
kTUion of the spent',- ?s
thev llilervienid semes if.
Slid till 1 il out ni, ,i ,
over three d, .,(-,, , :ls,-s nil t. ,
Slid HSti I. inn lln 111. I .,n ;,--icmiis
lo li. line , ,r, in,-, i, ,,',,,
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'or jlll'gi-S. (, h, N.
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r 'CP SSUlL' lsvnrl,l.
bV - ( 1.11. ,
7 per eenl
i w I Ol
"r i eiit o'
Ibere belnk. h,., ,i,,in
'Silllies. Ihe paitien er.. pK,
elnstil ih,. iiiinsn.ti,,,,
'I'l e iinesti.-ntnn, ,nimi:te
'hci.-sl re.o,-i, ,lr UK ,
1 '"'"'d and AMI I,.- mail.
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''"'axv,4Ji) Mohtcoiueiv St '
- si.d the
"I flee en
Kvtj t (,riit bum
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out the ,,hl. g.n and, erin-in-ea-d
til II ..lis .t..l I... . .1 ,
' " 'in In - ihe hl, , ,,.,.
coinrh .,rn thm.i: ,
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fbis iirnaiur Is en nert (ml ,.
i ii ii. ii - "- -" janajn
A. C. Sheldon, General Agenl,
Third and St.irk Sts., Portl.ind, Ore.
RIO GRANDE WESTERN
Denver&Rio Grande Railroad
Only transi outincntal line
p.iHsing directly tbrongh
SALT LAKE CITY,
Three splendidly equipped trains daily
R) Al.h POINT? EAST.
Through Sleeping anil Dining Csri
aii.I Free Ueclining Chair Cars
Tho most magnificent scenery in
America by daylight,.
S'np ,overR allowed on all classes ol
For iheapest rates and descriptivs
J.I) M insfii-M, (ieneral Aiient,
l'.'l I hird St , Portland, Oreuon.
rr I CKETN
T JVI) K I l-il V.
Short Line to
ST- PAUL, DUti'JTH, MINNEAPOLIS
AM) POINTS FAST
Tliroutili Pnlutio and Tourist Sleep,
ers, ltnltijf mill ItnfTel hilloking
DAILY TRAINS; FAST TIME.
For Hides, Folders and full information
reBiirding Tickets, Houtes, Ac, cull nn or
J. W. 1'HAI.ON.T. i A.
II. DICKSON, c, t. a.
Third Street, Portland.
A. I!. C. DKNNISTON, U. W. V. A.
OIL' First Avenue Seattle, Wash.
0. R. & N.
OHI'GON SHORT LINE
IT IS THE
Hnutc to all Eastern points via. Portland.
I All Through Tickets reading over this fonts
sre yield via ;
snlt laKonnil Denrei-.
Low Kates Everywhere.
Tiiliei-on Side iu Southern Pacific IM10'
A. L. CRAItj,
tien'l Pas-'nger Agent,
We .nni,tiy nMin V si anrl Foreipn t
f -V i.il iiiislcl, iitt.'lcli or pt.oiool uiTeiitK d turf
- irari'inniin isiientsl.liltT For free tssns, J
J.'iiiitviirv'Vnirir lisnvn nit
Opposite U. S. Patent Office
WASH Nr.Tr,M n r.
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