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SECURED HER END
Marjory Kane was a schoolgirl who
lived In a university town. On her
way to the high school she was obliged
to cross the campus, where she occa
slonnlly passed students, but none of
them challenged her reverence.
The day that Marjory was graduated
the was returning to bcr borne, dressed
daintily In white mull, passing, as usu
al, across the campus, when she met
dignified. Intellectual looking man
about thirty years old. He barely
glanced at ber, but Marjory as soon
as bis eyes were turned away fixed
ber gaze on blm, and It wss evident
that she was very much struck with
bis appearance. The same evening at
a school reception she saw him talking
wltb one of the teachers and learned
that he was the new professor of Eng'
When September came, Marjory was
entered to pursue a select course of
English literature In the woman s col
lege connected with the university.
Her continuance of any study whatev
er after ber difficulty In getting
through the high school was a surprise
to ber friends. Marjory gave no rea
son for bcr action, having the faculty
of reticence, which Is often far more
valuable than learning. She lumbered
- along through the first year at the tall
of the class and, despite Professor
Genthomc's efforts to help her by lead
ing questions, approached the June ex
aminations wltb the likelihood of fail
ure. A week before the dreaded test
wss to corno off Professor Gcnthorne
met ber crossing the campus In the
same spot where be bad seen ber the
first time. Ho lifted bis bat politely.
"Miss Kone," he snld, "do you feel
prepared to pass the examinations?'
"Why do you ask a question to wblcb
you know the answer, professor?"
"You mean you are not prepared?"
Marjory replied by casting down her
eyes, as though she exected to bo
slaughtered and Professor Gcnthorne
was to bo the butcher. At any rate,
that Is the way the professor felt
"If you will come to my lecture room
at say, 4 o'clock every afternoon be
tween now and examination,. I'll be
bappy to give you an hour's couching
"Thank you," said Murjory meekly,
and both passed on.
The oext afternoon at 4 o'clock Mar
jory was at the lecture room. Profesa
or Gcnthorne gave ber a resume of the
course, so clearly drawn that It could
not but be stamped upon her memory
that Is, If the bad bad a memory and
then proceeded to put her through a
"Who la called the fathor of English
poetry?" he asked.
Marjory made no reply for some
time, looking now and again at tho
professor with mild reproach, then
"Oh, no. With whom did I begin Just
now when I spoke under tho bead of
There was another gruppllug for
Ideas, during which Mnrjory made tlx
professor feel Hint Instead of trying to
help her be was treating her brutally.
Finally she gave a guess:
"James Whltr-omh Illley."
Tho professor sighed. "You had
better go over this division of tho sub
ject at homo tonight, and r will try
you again tomorrow. Perhaps you are
better prepared In prose. I-ct mo ask
you a few questions on tho subject of
essays. Who Is suptMiscd to have heen
the author of the letters of Junius?"
Marjory cast her reproachful eyes
"I didn't think, professor, that you
would wound me Intentionally."
"I wound you Intentionally ? My denr
girl I mean how could you so con
"In asking mo such a question."
"Why, the author of tho Junius let
"Junius, of course."
The professor groaned, walked to the
window and stood looking out Then
he turned and saw Marjory sitting
where be hnd left her. Kho was look
ing down at a knot In the bare floor,
a pout on ber pretty lips, and as tho
professor on me up she gavo him a
glunce which said clearly, "When do
you Intend to cease this torture?"
"I fear," be said, "there Is a Inck of
Marjory put tho corner of ber hand
kerchief to one eyo.
"You don't undcrstnmt mo," he went
on. "You bsvs a good mind, and the
reason you do not git on"
"You aro very nnkliitt," moaned Mar
jory. "I'm euro I have tried to please
"Hut, my denr, It Isn't I you aro to
please. You aro to learn for your own
Marjory covered her eyes with her
handkerchief and leaned back In ber
chair. Hho knew better.
"Havo I la-en harsh In my treat
ment of you?" asked the professor
"If so, I beg thnt you will forgive
mo. I am sometimes lmpntlent"
Ily this tlmo ho was stumllng over
Marjory. II took one of her hands
from her right eye, the other from her
left Suffused, as they were, with tears,
they looked to Mm like twin hikes un
der a storm. He bent dowu and kissed
Marjory passed tho exsmlnatloo
creditably, though no one knew how It
was accomplished, and when In the
following autumn her engagement win
announced to Professor Geuthonia
"Great heaven, the stupidest girl In
tils classl" V. A. M ITCH KI
HIS 1.1 KK IN PKK1U
"I Just secme'il to have gi no nil to
pieces, " writes Alfred Ihe. of Wei
fare, Tex. , ."biliousness itnd n Inme
back bad made life a liunlcn. I
couldn't est or sleep and felt almost
too worn out to work when I Ivpu;
to use Electric Hitters, but they
worked wonders. Now I sleep like a
top, ckii eat anything, hitve gained
in strength and enjoy hard work."
They give vigorous honlth and new
llfu to weak, slcklv, ruu down people
Try th.ni. Duly aoo at W. r Kie
uer'a drug store.
' V 'I' il 'A' V "..fill 'I 1X14
UMi OF LIFE'S PLEASURES.
There is nothing In life more en
joyable and at the same time so bene
ficial to both mind and body, as
A modern railway journey, intel
ligently taken, tends to prolong life,
break the monotony of existence imc
acts as a panacea for dull care by tak
ing os ont of the wellwom channels of
worldly and business struggles.
Before starting opon a trip, whether
on business or recreation, it is well
to inquire and investigate the var
ious routes, and choose the one offer
ing" the best inducements in tho way
of comfort and attractions. Tin
traveler, the tourist or business niau is
wise in selecting the liio Grand'
Lines in a journey to and from th
east, as it offers every comfort am;
modern convenience, to suit all classe
of travel, with an array of scenic at
tractions unsurpassed in the world
Castle Gate, The Canon of the Grand,
Marshall Pass, Tennessee Pass and tin
world renowned Royal Gorge ure btl
few of thi'seattractionsseii from tlx
Three fast (ruins daily between
Ogden and Denver.
Pullman, Palace and Ordinal?
Sleeping ears on all trains to Denver,
Omaha, Kunsas City, Chicago and Si.
Louis without change.
A perfrct Dining car service
Agents throughout tho Northwest
can sell tickets via this route. Foi
rates, maps and full informal inn oi
for copy of beautiful booklet, "With
Nature in Colorado, " write to or call
on W. C. Mcliridc, Gen'l Agent or
M. J. Roche, traveling Pinmnigci
Agent, 124 Third Street, Portland,
ONE WOMAN AMONG THE
W received a letter from Wnyeross,
Georgia, a few days ago, from a lady
who has lived there lor years. She
writes us that she had been trnuhltil
with female complaint for a long
time, until she was reduced nlmonl
to a shadow. It effected her mind,
sho could not remember any thing
would get so confused niitl so nervous
mid irritable she could hardly sleep.
She described her case as one similar
to thousands of other women, nod then
ended the letter by saying she gained
1H lbs. last month, anil never felt
better in her life, having no trace of
her former troubles, slept well and
ato her meals with a relish, llns
lady commenced the iwi of Dr.
Guild's i flood and Nerve Tonic just
six weeks before she wrote the letter
from which we copy the above
This tonic is in tablet form and should
bo taken right after men Is. It turns
the food ynn eat into strong rich
blood, making solid IIchIi and feeding
the nerves, curing disease by making
healthy flesh. Pale, weak thin
IM'oiilo should use this tonic. For sale
hv w F. Krcnier
akes short roads.
JL iXud light loads.
Vood for everything
that runs on wheels.
Thro' Train Southeast.
The St. Ixuis Special, the llirotntli e
press of the Northern l'acilic and lltir
liiiglnii railroads from the Northnest to
the Southeast, cluiiiged time on Muy i.
The trans-contiiMMitMl service is materi
ally bclletlti'il, us connection for the
Fast ami South are now made with
morning trains out of St, Louis and
The St. Louis Special now leaves
Portland, st H :'.'.' a. m.; Tacoina, ,! :40
p. iii.; Seattle, 3 fit) p. in. j SiHikune,
(I ,V a. m.; Helens, 10 lo p. in.; Hil
lings, 7 .00 a; m.
The new card is more convenient to
most cities in the Northwest. The
train now carries standard sleeper,
tourist sleeper, diiiingKcnr, chair car,
coach, and hatii.'iige car, Portland to
Kansas City without change, also tree
reclining chair car, Portland lo St.
I.ouis. It remains the great T1MK
SV l it, ua well s the onlv tlirmmli
train W'tweeu the Noithwest and the
CATAliKll OF T1IK M1MI-1.K FA 11
Produces deafness, can son touring
and crackling noises; mates your cars
disc harge, causes ringing in your ears,
makes your bearing worse some days
than others. As the catarrh progress
es, there- is a steady disagreeable ring
ing or roaring in the ears, due to the
entrance of catarrhal itillamation into
the eustachian tulss, which are two
small tuls'S connecting the ais Willi
the nasal canals, and entering the hi),
ter canal at a iint well luu k ton aid
the Ix'giuniiig of the throat. This
roaring disapiHars only w hen the ca
tarrhal inllaiuat ion in the nosv and
throat bus Ihtii cured. Smith liros'
S. It. Catarrh Cure taken regularly
will reduce and cure all catarrhal In
tlaiiiation. Hook on Catarrh free. Ad
dress Smith Hrm. Fresno, Ciil.
Profes..uinal and ntnateur photog
rapher will he tilde to lind nearly
everything necessary for their use ill
stock at A. V.. Yooihics' Kmlak Head
itjaaj w mi ' in iT
Would You Think It?
Would vou think it possible that yo
could beilippointed in the faceof awom
an whose haiely shoulders, and beauti
ful hair sugg-.-at womanly perfection and
beauty ? Such disappointment comes
not seldom when the face turned to you
cause of these
eruptions is im-
f,7 pure blool.
li fir Pierce's
kj Golden MedicM
hrs the blood,
'j the corrupt ac-
ls .vfv V 1 cumuiaiions
HQjty!t.--d& which cause
Vtf--"--' disease. When
the blood is cleansed, pimples, tetter,
salt-rheum, boils, sores, and other results
of impure bhxxl, are perfectly and per
"f-'-jr three ve:ir I MilTere-i with that dreaded
di-eme e.ze:j - write Mr. J. K'lepp. of Her
man. Kirei.i -I 1' Id " try Ur pftct'l
r.ol.ien Meilu-al lo-foverv. winch I din, and af-U-r
I lift'! tr.fcrn I'mrtreij tutllea I w perma
nently curt I. II h hern a year einci I ttojttiel
UiLtnil Y'Mr nediiin and It haa never apiieared
nee 1 tliiiin ymr me.iiclne a wonderlnl cure
and hie oilier- BiifTcfiiKf I did. wiil ukc it
and I- rthtv.d ol iheit mnVrinir."
Some of the most remarkable cures
effected by "Golden Medical Discovery,"
have t;cen of scrofulous diseases. 1
M will f'trever throik vuu for advitinn me to
tflVe li I'iercc a rioMcii Medical li-cnverjf."
wrina Mra. ;.i- Murhv ot F-mda, I'orahfintaa
Co I-.wa, "It hn-iii-ed ineof chronw -r'i ula
.jl twelve ye-.Tv' taiilinv 1 hd d'K-tore.1 for
the trout.le inilil I v. , -lit completely dituraed.
I nlso l-iel rhr'tiite- diarrhea for twelve yeara. I
am in K.i.i l.' illh now-httter than I ever waa
In mv life owi'-p to Ir. I'ie-ce'a Goldu Me.tical
liiacuvety. I n.k everal U'Stlea of the ' Dukuv
ery " Ik (ore I tiped."
Accept no snt stittite for "Golden Med
ical Discovery." There is nothing "just
ai goxl" for diseases of the stomacli,
blood and lung!.
Dr. I'ierce's I'leasmt Tellets cure da
tiness and fick headache.
NOTICK FOK PUBLICATION.
Timber Land Act, June 3, 1S78.
Uniteil S stes Land Olliee.
Koeeburg, Oregon, Sept. !), IU02.
No'it: is hereby tdven tbst in
coinpliant'e with the providoos 01
the set of Cungrrns ol June A, 1H7.1,
entitled "An act for the esle ul
timber IkiiiIh in the Siaies of California.
Oregon, NevsiU sud VVashingf.on Terri
lory," as extended to sll tin- I'uhlic
l.aod S:..l by net of Ainiu.n 4, IWt,
Frerl L. I'likih'du ot I'urtiatid, C'tjiiuty
of MiiiliioiiiHh. Stule of Oregon, has
this dny filed in this ollice Ins sworn
siatemeiil .No :W!!4, for the porch-u ol
the ul KK1.,. NK'4' iilSW'4-.NW'i4
ol 19W4, and b '-4 ol pi W '4 01 Section
No Tl in Township No 37 Siuth, Kange
No. 7 V, and ill oirer proof to show
that the land sought is more valuable
for its timber or slonn than lor agricul
tural purposes, and to establish bis claim
to said Isml Is-tore J . O. l'ooth. County
Judge, st his (illicit at tirsnts Pass, Ore
gon, on Moiidav the nth day ol Decern
In r r.'O.'. He names as wilnesi-eo:
T. W. llHtisell, W. C. Ward, II. 11
.YluU'ett, hiiiI Alfred (msiulsoii all ol
Any and all istsoiis claiming adverse
ly Ihi above doscrl'ied lands are re.
'nested to Hie their claims in this nlhce
un fir before eanl H'.h tlay ol December,
J. T. r.lllDUKN,
NOTICK FOK PUHLIOATION.
Tiinler Land Act, June 3. 1H7H.
Un. led Stales l.aml Olliee,
lt'isehing, Oregun, Sept. Ill, I !HU.
Noticu is hereby given ttiat In com
pliance tailti the pmvision ol Ihe att of
Congress 01 June 3, IH7H, eutilled "An
ael lor ill" nilo ol liiuher lands in ihe
SiaU-i ol aliloriiU, tiregon, Nevada and
v aslnutoii Territory," as extended to
all the 1 iihlic I. snd Maieo l.v act ul
August 4, IH'.I.', ltiiherl II Mullet ol
I'oitund, ( ii u ii i y ol Alu tnoiuali, Stale
of ilregon, has this day Hied in this
olliee bis sworn statement No. 34113, tor
the purcbsse of the NK NK'4, SK NK1,
SW NF'4 and SF,'4 NVVJ4 ol Seciloii
No. L'H 111 Township .V). 37 r-ouih, Kange
Nu 7 W.and will oirr proo! losliow lhat
the laud sought is more valuable for lis
timber or stone than for agrictlltuial
purposes and to establish hit claim to
said laud lielore J. I), lloolli, County
J udge, at Ins olliee al titan s Pass, Oiegon,
on .Monday, the Hill day ol Deceuilier,
IIHIJ. lie riaiues it" wiluesses:
T. V. ILitisell, . C. Ward, K. II
Mil II, It, snd Allied Cuutuisou, all of
I'm t laud, OrcBUii.
Any and sll per-ons claiming advHtae
ly the nhuve descriheil lauds are re
ques'ed 10 tile llieir claims 111 this olliee
on or beluru said Hill day ol December,
j. r .hhiiiuks,
NOIICK FOK PUIII.ICATION.
Tiiuher Laud Act, June 3, lh78.
United Suites Land Otlice,
Kiisehurg, Ilregon, Sept. Ill, l'.HIl!.
Not.ce is hereby given that in compli
ance with the provisions of Ihe act ul
cougrers nf Juiiu 3, 1N7S, entitled "An
ait lor the sale ol limber lauds 111 Ilia
Siatci ol Caliiorma, Ilregon, Nevada,
and Washington len uory," as extended
lu all the Public Laud S ates !y act ol
August 4, Is'.i-, Thomas W. Ilnuscllol
Portland, County ul Multnomah, Slate
ol Oiegon, has this day tiled in this
mine bis sworn aialemeul No. 31'Jl lor
the puttdiasti ot the Sl-.l4 ol seiaiou No.
32 111 Township No. 40 South, Range No.
I W, and will oiler prool to show
that the laud sought Is more valuable
lor its Umber or sloue than lor agricul
tural purposes and lo establish his claim
to said laud bctoio J. O. ilooib, County
Judge, at bis olliee at f i ran IB Pass (.lie
gnu, on Monday the 8tti day ot Is-cem-ber,
Hsi'J. He names aa witnesses:
F. 1. I'nklhorn, Alfred litinlufson,
VV.C. Ward, and It. It. .Mullet, all ol
Auy and nil persons claiming adve se
ly the alsive-described Isnili are re
quested to tile their claims in this ulhce
on or bciore said Sib. day ol IVceiuber,
IW.'. J. T. HiiuiiiKS.
NOIKK FOR PUHLIOATION.
T1111I1. r Land Act, June 3, 1S7H.
KoH'burg, Oregon, tcpi. HI, l!JJ,
Nnine is heitby given llisi in ci 111
liliauce Willi the provisions ul the act of
! I impress ol J one .1, 1 7S, eiiiuled "An
10 1 101 the ta:v ol iimlier lands m Ihe
j Slates ol Cuiiloniia, Oregon, Nevada,
j and WjrIiiiiiMoii leir.tory, ' as exteiulevt
I to all the I'tiliiic Land Mates by act ol
August I, l,-',i.', Aihikii 1.1 n imu ul
1'nitUnd, County ul Multnomah, Staie
1 ol Ilregon has tins da) tiled in tins otlice
hisswoin siaienieiil No. 34PJ, tor ihe
! puicbase ul the SN l4 ul Section No 3
in lowueliip No. 40 South, Kange Nu.
,4 West, and will oiler proof tu show
'that the laud soiuht is more valuable lor
us (itulier or stone than lor agricultural
purposes, and tu establish his claim Vo
raid laud tielote J. O. liooih. County
' J ndge, at hi- otlice st lirauta l'a-s, ilre
gon, tut Moiuia, the Slh day ol Dcvsiu
1 tier, I1..).'. He names as wilm-stes:
! Ihoieaa W. Ilaiiseil. F. I. I'nklhorn,
W' C. Ward and K II. Mutl.-il, all ul
i Any and all p- reons ela. tiling adverse
tv the alH'Ve-tlt scl ll e-l lands are le
qne.-icd to tile their ilaiins inlhisotlitt
011 or lichee said Sth tiav ol iK-wiub- r,
: I' d.'. J. T. Haunt,
I Vou Know What You Are
When you take lirovr'a Tss(eless Chill
Toui.'.', hc au-e the f rinulsis plalnlv print
ed en evciy Uitlle showing that it is aim I
ply Don aid Quinine in a It stelisa furiu
j ii i ure ru, 1 ay. .s.a,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land Act. Tune 3, 1878.
United State Land Office,
Kosebarg, Oregon, Sept. 19, 1MB.
Notice i hereby giv-n tbst in enm
plisnnt with the provisions ol the aer m
Onngri-saof June 8. 187. entitled "An
sllor Ihe sal of timber lands in the
!'tr of California. Oregon, Nevada,
and Waahirgton Territory," as esten I
ed to all the Pnhhe Ijind Sist a h act
of A"g'it 4. 1S'.'2. Wilbur C W'd ol
Portland, County of Multnonith, S'ari.
f Or-v n. has ibis 'ay filed in this
oflii-e Ins aworn iiaieoeeiit .No S40i. fo
ihe pnrcheof Ihe N W4 NE'-4' NK'4,
NW1.4. SK N'A U SW nlSK'i""
lien No 'J2 in Township No 37 Son'h,
Kan.-" No 7 W, sn-l will ffcf proof n
how that the land sought 'e more vsoi
ihle lor i's limber or stone than for sz
eienhnral ptirpn--', and to es'ahlisn bi
;limtoaid land he-'ore J. O. Koo'h.
''ountv Ja life, at bi o!fi,-e at li-an's
l'sa, Oregon, on Momlse. the 8lh il
if (eeeiiirM-r. l!K1i He na'nes as wii-
T. W. Hansell, R H. MntT-', Alfred
li'iatniaon, r. L rickthorn, all of Port
Any and all persona claiming adverse
ly tji shove-described Isnda are re
queued to file llieir claims in this otik-e
-n or before said Hlh dav of December,
J. T. liHIIMiK.
NOTICE rOK PU15LICATIOS.
Timber Land Act, June 3, IH7r4
Uniteil Stale I. ml Ollire,
Ungehnrg, Oregon. Sept. 5, UrOj.
Nolico is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provision- of Ihe
vl ol Congress of Jun 8, IH78. eniirled
"An act tor the sulw ot ftmlier lands in
ifie States of Californi . Oregon Nevada,
and Washington Territory." ita extend
to all Ihe Public Land States by set ol
August 4. 18'J2, Amy A Zinnhol nf .Mos
cow, County ol l.atsh. State of Idaho,
has this day Hied in this olliee le-r sworn
statement No. 34111, for the pnrci a-e oi
the S of S 14 ul Section Nu 22 in
Township No. 37 S, Range Nn. ti IV, and
will oir r proof to show tbst the Isnd
ought is mors vsluahlo for its timhir
or stone thsn for sgrit-iillnrHl pn
posea, anrl to establish her claim to
said lantl before Lind Otlice, Iftr-ehurg,
Oregon, nn Friday, the (iih dav of Feb
rnary, 1IK)3 She panics a witns"ses:
Msrv C Mela. laid II. C .Milarlsn.l,
snd Marion M. t'ollins of Moscow,
Idaho, and A. W. Silsbv of lirants Pass,
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly Ihe a!nve.desf ribed lands are re
quested lo tile their claims in this olliee
nn or before said Ot li day of February.
11103. J. T. Hhidoks.'
NOTICE FOR PUBLIC 1 1 ION.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1S7S.
Unitetl States Land Office,
Rosebarg, Oregon, September D h, 1!K).'
Notice is hereby given lhat in com
plisnen with the provisions of the act
ol Congress of June 8, 1878, rniitletl
"An act for the sale of titular lands in
the States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory," as ex
tended to all the Public Land States by
set of August 4, 1HH2. Mary 0 .Me
far land of Moscow. County of Latah,
State ol Idaho, has this dav filed in
this otlice her sworn statement Nn
3417, for the purchase of Ilia N1 of H'y
of Seciion No. 21 in Township Nn. 37
South, lUnge No. 6 W, and v ill offer
proof to show that the land eon: In is
more valuable lor its timber or stone
than for agricultural purposes and to
establish her claim to said land More
Land Olliee, Rosehurg, Oregon, nn Fri
day, the Hlh day of February, l!)-3
She names as witnesses:
Amy A. Zntnhol, Marion M. Collins.
II. U Mcfailand, of Moscow, Idaho, A.
W. Silsbv, of tirauta Pass, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly the above-rlescribed lands sre re
quested In file their claims in this olliee
on or before said (lib duv of February,
1!I4'3. j. T. Hhiimies.'
NOTICE FOK PUHLIOATION.
Timber Land Act June 3. 18. "8
United Stuuis Land Otlice
Roseburg Oiegon, Septemlier 5th, HiOj
Nnlice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provi'inns nf the act ol
Congress ol June 3, 1S78, entitled "An
act fur Ihe sale ol timtier lands in the
States of Cahloritii, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territoiy," aaexlendeil
to all Ihe Piildic Land States hv ml of
August 4, 1811? Marion M Collins ol
Moscow, County of Latah, Stale ol
Idaho, has this day filed in ibis olliee
his sworn statement No 3418 lor the
purchase of the S'v ot Ihe N'j ol Sec
lion No Ti in Township No, 37 South.
Range No. 0 W, and will oiler proof to
show that the land sought is more
valuable for its timber or stone than fur
sgriciiltiiial purposes, and in establish
disclaim lo said laud belore Rosehu g
Laud Olhce, Riisehntg, Oregon, on Ke:
day. the (i h day nf February, 1W3.
He names as witneaaes:
llemy tl. Mefarlautl, Amy, A.
Ziiinhot, Mary C. Mcfatland, all ol
Moscow, Idaho, A. W. Silsby of (iranls
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above-described lauds are
requested to tile their claims in th k
olliee on or before said tilh day ol
J. T. IIkiimikh,
NOTICE FOK VV MUTATION.
Timlier Land Act, June 3, 178.
Unitetl States Land Olliee,
Rosehurg, Oregon, Sept. 5. l'.K).
Notice is hereby given that in cniupii
ance w ilii the provisions of the act ol Onn
gtess of June 3, 1878, entitled "An act
for the sale of timber lands in the States
ol Calilornia, Oregon, Nevada, and
Washington Territory," as ex ended lo
all the Public Laud States pv act ol
August 4, 18!ii, Henry C. Mclarland
ol Mccow, County ol Latah. State ol
Idaho has this day tiled in this ollire
his sworn sta'einent Nil. 34 III, lor (In
purchase ol the N ' ol the N ol Sec
tion No 'J in rownship No 37 S
Range No. ti W, and a ll t H't priaif to
show that the land sought is innrt
valuable lor ns ii 111 tier or stone than lot
agricultural purposes, and to establish
his rlath. to said land before J. T
Bridges, Rosehurg, Oregon, on Fridav.
the li b dav ot February, HK13, He
names as witnesses;
Marion M. Collin. Amy A. Zulu' o,
snd Mary 0. M.lailaiiil ol Moscow.
Iliaho. and A. W. Siishv of Grama Pass
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly the alsive described lauds ae re
quested to tile their claims in this otlice
on or belore said ti'h tlay of February.
J. T. UlllhtlKS,
SURE CI KK FOR I'll.FS.
Itching Pile producer moistu'e and
causes itching. 'This turtu. aa well as
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles are
Hired bv Dr. Ko-ssn ko's Pile Ki un.lv.
Stops itching suit bleeding. Ali-mb
tumors. oOV ajar at Dniggist-, or sen
hv mail. Treatise free. vYnie in.
slajtil 011r case. Dr B i-anko, I'hd tda
Pa. For sale bv W . K. Kreuier.
OUT OF DEATH S JAWS.
'When death seemed verv near
from a severe stomach ant liver
trouble, thnt I had sntfercd with for
venrs," writes P. Mine, Durham,
'. C., "Dr. King's New Life Pills
saved my life and gave perfect
health." Pest Pills on earth and
only Soc at W. F. Krcmer's drug
Rlue Print Par by the yard or roll
at the Courier otlice.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION".
Timber Lsnd A. t June 3, 1878.
United PliV l snd Ot!tce.
K-e-ehura O-egun, Auii'-t 13, 100
Notiro '6 he'et.y iven lint a idiii-
..I: ... . 1. I I d t.,.V kl'UIN I
Connr.sa ol lune:;, 15-7S. entnl. .) "An
,o for iiaeol litiirsr isiius in i"
Stales "f Cal ion is. Oregon, N' va I ',
and V -ni. .ii Terii or ," s- ex end.-
oali 1 be lu'oic 1-nd S a'es b. ad ot
twni 4. IMii. li'a H. Kuti'lMugh ol
I'orrUii'l. County ol M ill norii.ih. Mate
of O ewon, has tiiis day ti'-d in this ol
liee her sworn sta'eiiient N'i. :U;.0, for
the piifhsa- ol ih W ol N E '4
nd S ol N W ,'4 "f See-1. n No. 13 n-Town-hip
No 41 .-o'Hh, It40g-N' W,
and nl offer proof to show tlisl ihe
isnd wmahi is more valuable lor i s tmi
ber or "tone ilrni lor agnrnlmral pur
poses, and to establish her cla m roesid
lsnd before J. t) f.ooih, County Ju 'g'
at his cilice at (Jrants I'ase, Oregon, on
Monday, tin- ltlih dav 01 -W nib r,
Sh nuin as w Unes-ps :
"ieo. It Funk, C K. Kield-. Son P
Vealch, KiwikkI Wi'e, all of I'oi '1 ml
Anvsnd all ;ieron claiming silvers. -im
,l.u Kn.-u..lUrf.--ilk..l ldi',1'1 um re-
onenril lo fll 'heir e'illlllS in 'hi- t Ihi-e
nn or Is-lore m il 10 Ii day ol N-.u inner,
J. T. Bkiihjks
NOTICE FOK ITBI.M.'AIION.
T nil-r Lnd A. t, June 3. 11-78
United S'stis Lai d Olli.-e
Ko-eburg, Or-g 'n, Augu-t 13 VJJ2
Nonce is hereby given lhal in compli.
ance with the nrovi-ion" o( the a-1 o
(iugrtseof .lune 3. 1878, ell i-led "An
set mr be -a'e n' iimlier l.unle in the
State- o; 0. 1 f -r-iia Oregon, N-vd',
and Wa-lil'-g'oll l en dorv." i-s ' X'etid- l
10 all Ihe I ulihc l.niil S a'e- I.- . ' n:
August 4, IS';', Mary linn 'ereuu, ul
Portland, Cooll'v of Mllltnuliiah, Slate
of t In-gtm. to.- tins d iv riled in ibis oflice
her -w -rn s',tement No. 3'J 13 'or the
pur' hs-e ol the N K ?4 oi c N '. 3" m
T-l A eslii :l N'i. 40 Millth, Kaeu'e ii'l. V
VVcsi.ard w,ll oir.-r proof 10 iih w that
the land sought 1- more valuable, for il-timls-r
ir s'one than for iigrictiittiral
i purposes, and 10 1 f'ait'i-li her claim to
sni. 1 land tieltue J. O Booih, Cuunt'
Judge, 3t hi i Itice al ti-ants Pass, Ore
gon, on Mo"d.iy, the ldthdsvol Novetn
b--r, I'.lo'J She names as wttneese-:
E lititiilerson, C. E. field". Kiwond
Wiles. E. A Fearing, all ol i'uriiaiid,
Any and all personi r-la;mitig uiIvit-p-ly
the at'Ov.-desiT'b' d lands sre re-q'lfst-'d
lo tile their ciaiins in this olliee
on or iieloru s.ml 10 h dav u Novemb r.
J T. I'llllHIKS.
NOlU E FOR PU15I.1CAIION.
Timls-r Lantl Act, June 3. 1878.
United States Land Olliee,
Rusebtirg, Oreguu, August 14 1'JOi!
Nuttce is hereby givt-u lhal in compli
ance with the provieions of the act ot
Congress of June 3,1878, entitled "An
act lor the salon! titiilier lands in ihe
Stales of Calilornia, Oregori, Nevada ami
Washington Territory," as extend d to
all the Public Land Slates bv act ol
August 4, 1802, Flwund. Wiles, ol
Port lantl, County of Multnomah, Sale
of Oregon, bus Hub dav tiled in this
olliee his sworn statement No :'-':)-'.
(or the purcha.'e of the N,1.. N rC'4 S li'4
N W'i uiid S W i4' N F;i4 ot Section
No ii, 111 township No. 41 S, Knge ?. .
H weBt, and will ofler prool lo show lhal
the land sought is mure valuable for' its
timber or stone than fnr sg tctillural pur
poses, and to establish bis claim losnd
lantl belore the Register and Receiver
of this office at (Hauls l'a-s, Oregon,
on Monday, Ihe luih day ol Novem
ber, IWi. He names as witnesses:
E A Fearing, 0. K. Field-, F. W.
Frber(i"0. K. Funk, all of Portland,
Amtand all persons claiiningadveiseli
the above tic-cubed lands am requested
to tile their claims in this otlice 011 or be
lore said 10:b day ol November, l'.'OJ.
I. T. Hkiikikh,
NOTH E FOR I't'BI.K'A TlON"
Timber Laud Act, June 3, 1878
I liiied l lies Land Olliee,
Roscb'irg, Oregon, August 13, I'MYi
Noiice 19 In rebv given that 111 c mpli
aiice with the provisions ol the Met ol
Congress ol June 3, 1878, entil ed "An
act lor Ihe sale of timber lauds in
the Siaies of Calilornia, Oregon, Ne
vada and Wa Illusion Terriinry," a
extended to all the Public Land
States by act nf August 4, I sua.
F.edr.ck W. F'arber ol Pun 'and
0 nut v of Multiioinab, Statu of Ore
gon has this tlay tiled in this of
fice his sworn statement Nn. Wiil .
(. rtbe purchase ol Ihe S'P ol N Wl4
snd N' of S W'4of Seclton No. 14
ill Tuwnsbip No. 41 S, Kings No
9 west, and will oiler prool to show that
the land sought is mure valuable (cr its
tiinb"r or siomi than for agricultural
puipo-es, snd to estalili-h bis claim to
said laud belore J. O liooih, County
Judge at his ollire at lirants Pa's.Ore
gon, en Monday, Ihe 10: Ii day ol Novem
ber, lDiC. He names as witnesses'
F.I wood Wiles, V. 1'.. FidiD, Joseph
Abslock, Sam P. Vcakh, all of Portland.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
Ihe above described lands ate 'i-qucstcd
to tile their clutiin in this olliee 011 or
belore said Kith day of November, 1IKIJ.
J. T. BiitniiKS,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land Act, June 3. IS73.
United States Land Otlice,
Kisebnrg, Oregon, August 13, l!iO..
Notice is hereby given lhat 111 compli
ance with the provisions ol Hie net m
Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
act lor the sale uf tuniH-r lauds in tin
SiaieB ol California, Oregon, Nevada
and Waidiiug'on Territory," as extend
ed to all the Public Land State by act
of August 4, lMi'J, Edward tiundersoii
ol l'otliand, C'tii'ly ol Mtiltnomah
State ot Oregon, has this day tiled in
this titlice hi-sworn statement No oL'Jn,
for l!e purcha-c nf the S of SeelMn
No. 3 in Township No. 41 South, range
II west, and will offer proof ioshowtli.il
the land sought is more valuable tor Hr
liinner or sione thin for agriutltina;
pm poses, and to establish his claim n
said land before J. O. Bisqli. Ci tinti
Judge, t his otlice at Hiatus l'a-s O t
gon, on Monday, the 10 h d.iy ol Novem-b(-,
liKlV He names as wnties-es:
S1111 i Veaich. ( en K Funk, Joseph
A I-link. C. E. Fields, ail ol Portland
Any and all (lersons claiuiitig adv- rs-
ly Hie sb ivc-desirtli-d lands .ire re I lie-led
lo ti'e then c'sinis in this otli.'eon o
before said I0hd.iv ol Novemtier, lis);
-I. T. I'KllltjKS.
Alt dtteas of Kidaavt,
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