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SHERIFF'S SALE FOR DELIN
H virtue of a warrant duly fanned
by the County Clerk of the County of
Josephine, and State of Oregon, in
the name cf the Bute of Oregon, and
under the seal of the County Court of
aid Josephine County, dated the
day of 1WI2, commandilng
me, the Sheriff of said Joaephine
County, to levy upon the goods and
chattels of the delinquent tax payer
named in the Raid tax roll, and if no
goods or chattel be found, then to
lery upon the real property ol such
delinouents as set furth in Raid tax
Hat. or ro much thereof an shall be
niwiorr to satifr the amount of
taxes charged in said tax roll, with
inaa unit eioeUWS of Sale.
Notice is therefore hereby given that
I did.on the nay of , A. u.
1902. being unable to find any person.
I property ont of which to make the
said delinquent taxes, levy uon the
following deseribed parcels of real
proix-rty, situated in said Josephine
County, described in said list as the
nronertvof said delinquent tax payers.
an named iii said list, and herein set
opposite the said description of said
property, ana win ou
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20th, 1903.
boween the hours of nino o'clock in
tliA fnrnnnnfi and four o' clock in the
afternoon of said day to-wit: at ten
o'clock in the forenoon of said day,
at the front door of the County court
house, in Grants Pass, in said
county and state, sell the property or
so much thereof as may ue necessary
to satisfy the taxes so charged and
oosts. at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash, to pay the taxes so
charged in said list ana Herein set
onrxmite the description of the
tironortv so charged and so to be sold,
together with tho costs and expenses
of sale thereof, to-wit :
Albany Brewing Company,
hnniw nn railroad omioslte
block 8" in Orauts Puss. . . . f W
Allen & Schweitzer, Lot 1,
section It), township 34.
run no 7 88
Almy, George C. Lots 7 and
8. block 61. Oilglnal Town-
site of Grants Pass 18 24
Anderson, Annie and Andrew,
All of Post Donation Claim
number 43, north of center
line section Id, ( less N of
8 X and II acres to George),
sections 9 and in. township
89. range 8 12-89
Baragor.Ichabod, N of W
ot S X of N E X of 8 W X
aenfion ft. townshlD 1X1.
range 6 T 96
Bayse, 0. II. Beginning where
County line intersects north
boundary line of Donation
' Claim No. 87, run west
86.88 chains, sooth 19.74
chains, east 86.88 chains,
north 19.74 chains, section
,86, township 87 range 6;
. also from N K corner run
, south 18.6 chains, west 86.88
t chains, north 18.6, east
86.88 chains, section 1,
township 88, range 6
Bennett, J. W. "Estato," SW
Wof NE X. K X of NE,
MEu ol BK X, section .1,
township 40, rauge 8
Big Yank Mining & Milling
Company, Cue ditch and
water right Bailey Gulch. .
Blngamln, R. H. "Estate"
NE X of sectiou 26, town
ship 89, range 6
Booth, Robt A. NE X of
BWi, section 0, township
87, range 8
Boyuton, N. O. Beginning
6n,W fiK't west of southeast
corner of BW X of NW X
running west 100 feet north
100 feet fast 100 feet, south
, 100 feet section 18, towu
ship 86, range 8
Brown, UC. SEofNWW,
NEW of SW ,l4, sectiou 1.
township 88, range S
Browning, D. L. Ditch and
water rlglit out ot jorciiin
Creek, also Lot 1 In block
9 in the town of Placer
Caldwell, G. M. SofNE
of BE X BK 4, section
16, township 87, rango 6
Carter, 8. A. NK X of NW'4,
8 Si of NW l4'. NWt4' of
BW J4, section. 6, township
40, raugo 8
Clioltlcltu, Omar, DlU'h and
watur right Huue creek
Oorder Bros., NE 4 of NWW.
NX of NE 4, sectiou 3,
township 84, range 8
Corliss, II. A. All of block 8,
south of F street in railroad
addition to Grunts Pass
Cox, Elizabeth. BW X of '
NW W, W of BW
NE X of BW X section 14,
township 8.1, range 6
Evans, Andrew M. EX of
NEW, NE X of BE X sec
lion 18, towuship 86, mnge 6
Falllu, W. II. admin titrator.
tat 8, block 46, lot 10,
block 65, lots 4, 7, 8 and 9,
block 80, in the Original
Towusilo of Grant Puss . .
Farmer, Ada M. One acre in
BW comer of NW X of
BE 4, section IS, township
88, raugo 6
Farmer, J. E. Ditch out ol
Gay, Kuturah B. Beginning AO
feet east and 4X rods north
of NW corner of NEt4 of
NE t4, running east 88 rods
li feet, south 87.88 rods
west HS rods, north 87.88
rods, less one acre to Mrs.
Croxton, section 17, Town
sliip 86, rauge ft
Hackney, Dora A. NWW, of
NW i4, section 84, towu
ship 8i, range 6
Hansen, Samuel, Ditch and
water right Sucker creek . . .
HcHing, J. U NWt; of BW 4
section 8, township So,
Haehuule, Fred, BE 4 of
sectiou 2, township US,
Horn, W. K. S Interest in
ditch and water right from
Houston, Frank, Two ditches
and water rights from Iron
Howard, Bnsan L 8 of
NK t4, E i, of NW l4. see
tiou W, towushipitl), rungc 8,
X Interest in ditch with
' 7 48
sy. Chester. BK V: of
NW W, section 2 town-
slilp al, range 7
Ingles, Friday & Hamilton,
Undivided t, of BK t4 of
BK t.4, section 8, tnwiiship
8'), rauge 7, also Hog creek
Jennings, J. A. Lot A, block
G, and lots 6 and 10, block
J, Judsou's addition to
Jupiter Gold Mining Co.,
Sam Sissul ditch and water
right, Taeoma and Siskiyou
Kearus, Geo. V. 8 X of
NK y4, 8 X of NW i4, s.c
tiou 21, township 3.1,
Kramer, Willis A Geo.
Weaver, Deed Uncords of
Josephine county, pages SSH
Kublc, Clara, NW V, of
Nh. V.'. HMi'll..., lit ft....-..-!.:..
Lavton, Mary L. Beginning at
bw corner ox is, n oib,
running north 40 rods, east
66 rods, south 40 rods, west
66 rods, section 15, township
83, range 8 1 68
Lee, Win. L. Est 8 W of
BE X section 16, township
86, range 6 5 6
Leucinger, Jacob, E of
BW X section 80, E X of
NW W, section 81, all iu
townsliip 40, range 8 7 66
Lewman. W. M. NE W of
NW hi, NW X of NE X.
section 28, township 88,
range 6 4 72
Llncolu, Alberta O. Begin
ning at SW corner of BE X
otNWX' running north 80
rods, east 30 rods, south 80
rods, west 80 rods, lots 2
and 8, NE X ot BW X, seo
tion 15. townsliip 86, range
6 61 16
Louisignout, A. L. Begin
ning at NW corner of N X
Jof NE X running east 40
rods, south 12 roils, west 40
rods, north 12 rods, section
8, township 86, range 5 2 12
Loveland, J. M. BE X " '
NE X and lot" 8 '"' 9
tion 21, township 86, raugo
6 8 68
MrCatilstcr, John, W X of
NEW, section 25, town
ship 36, range 7 6 66
Mcintosh, W. D. Part of lots
8 and 4. section 19. town-
ship 33, range 6 2 27
Mail, Dysche & Rowland,
N X of BW X, section 23,
township 84, range 6 4 36
Meutz, W. Begnning 29 rods
east of west line, donation
claim 88, on south line
D street, running east 208
feet, south 209 feet, west
208 feet, north 209 feet, sec
tion 17, twonship 86, raugo
5 4 44
Miller, Levi, Undivided k
of E X of HE X E X ol
NE W, sectiou 24, town
ship 87, range 6 8 77
Moore, John, N W of BW X
NW X ot BE X- W of
NE X, section 4, township
83, range 8 7 65
Moss, Joseph, NE W of NW X,
N X of NK X- W X
N E W, section 1 towuship
88, range 8 13 88
Moss, Josjich, Lot 8, block 6,
and lot 12, block 8, Miller
and Co's addition to Grants
Pass and lot 2, block A,
Moss addition to Grunts
Pass 6 60
Niler, W. R. Deed Record,
Vol. 14, page 693, section
18, township 86, range 6,
also NE W of BE W, sec
tiou A, towuship 89, range 6 62 84
Nlpier, Nellie G. Beginning
at NE corner lot 2, Miller
& Co's addition, miming
west 60 feet, south 116 ieet,
east 60 feet, north 1 16 feet,
part of lot 2, block 3 1 49
Ogle, Grace E. BE W, section
82, township 84, range 6 . . . 9 60
Olinghouso, Isabolle, Lot 1,
block 8, iu the town of
0. & C. R. R. Contract (J. E.
Farmer) BE X ot BE X
section 25, township 33.
range 7 1 70
Phillips. George. Fall creek
ditch and water right 14 20
Phillips, C. E. Lots 4 and 6,
block 47, Original Town-
Rite of Grants Pass 17 70
Rittcrsphachor, Carl, Lot 6,.
block 43, Original Townsite
of Grants Pass 1 49
Rogue River Telephone Com-
iwiiy,- IX utiles telephone
lino and polos V 18
Rourko, T. F. Rum Gulch
ditch and water right 18 22
Schlits Brewing Co. 8 W of
SW X t sectiou 16, town-
; ship 87, rango 6 8 77
Bliafer, Louis, N X of NE i4',
sectiou 28, township Ko,
range 6 8 02
Shroder, Win. Jump-otT-Joe
ditch 6 06
Sljie, Nancy, Imt 8 anil 4,
block 9, Miller A Co's ad
dition to Grants Pass 4 72
Silie, Kiwi Mil, 8 W of S of
BE W of NW X. suction 6.
township 36, range 6 4 25
Smith, Thomas, 7iOt H, block
45, Origual Townsite of
Grants Pass 4 72
Smith and Wright, McNair
crook ditch and Rock creek
ditch 10 20
Smith, Mrs. 8. E. Lots 1 audi,
block 76, Origiaul Townsite
of Grants Pass 4 13
Sjsoisley, Wul Deed Records
ot Josephine county, Vol. 8,
page 215, section 17, town
ship 86, range 6 7 89
Stairwalt, Frank, E ' of
NK 4, SW i4 of NK i4,
NK X ot SB 4, section 14,
townsliip 41, range 9, Elk
creek ditch 7 118
Stuuffor, Isaac, K of
NK l4, VS 4 of NK i4,
NK 4 of BK l4, section In,
towuship 87, rnnge 6 20 71
Tryou, W. D. NW X '
NW 4, sectiou 15, township
36 range 7 1 89
Tucker, Elisabeth, I-ot 2,
block T, Bournes' 1st addi
tion to Grants Puss 14 75
Tucker, J. 8. W interest iu
Soldier creek ditch . . 7 65
Turner, J. O. Beginning 16
chains and 050 feet south
of NK corner, Kerley dona
tion claim 87, running east
105 feet, south 61 feet, west
90 feet, north 60 feet to lie
ginning, section 4, township
8!l, range 8 5 45
Unkuowu Owner, N of
SW i4, siH'tiou 36, township
84, range 6 4 87
Unknown Owner, Ditch and
water right out of All house
Utley, Ilulgh, Ist , block
25, Milroad addition to
limn is Puss 511
Vcatch, Marion, Gitllcv creek
ditch mid witter right 6 16
Villsrd, Henry, Trustee,
NW '4 of sectiou 36, town
ship 4it range 8 9 41
Wcthorliee, M. J. E '
Nw 4, K W of SW W, -tion
l.i, towuslup 3D, lunge 8 12 3'.)
Whittiiiui, J. A. Warehouse
on railroad lniid opHwite
bhvk 40, Original townsite
of Grunts Puss 5 1HI
Wilcox, J, D. Straiten cn'ek
ditch U 80
Wiley, Win. M. Lot 4, block
2. Miller & Co's addition,
less 60 feet off east end. 7 89
Wiley, Isaac W. NK of
21, township 39,
range 7 0 8
Wilson, A. tint 3, section 29,
township 33, range 6 2 27
Wilson, George, K ' of
W V W ' SK 4,
tion )2, township 3,
range 6 8 60
Woolridge, Mrs. E. J. 50
Ieet vast and west by 115
feet north nnil south, off east
end, mrt of lot I, hlis'k 2,
Miller Co's addition to
Grants Pass 8 IS
Levied a ism tho 27lh day of Novem
ber, llllv', and will lie sold for nelin-
Of the periodic psin which many women
experience with every month it make
the gentleness and kindness always as
sociated with womanhood seem to bi
almost a inir.icle. While in generul no
wotnuii rebels ngninst what she regards
as s nntural necessity there is no woman
who would not L'hidly lie free from tlnr
recurrinj; perioil of puin.
Doctor rierce'i l'avorite Prescription
makes weak women strong and sick
women well, and gives them freedom
from disease. It establishes regularity,
dries weakening drains, heals inflamma
tion and ulceration and cures female
Sick women are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce by letter, free. All correspond
ence strictly private suit sacredly conn
dential. Write without fear anil without
fee to Dr. R. V. Piefce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Mrs. T. Dotaii. of Mtulriil. Perkins Co.. PO-hr,
write : "I wh cured of painful erixl by Ihe
use of Ur. Tierce's Favnnte I'rescriptKHi. and
his Cimpmitti! Kxlrnct of Kmart-Weeil. 1 think
Ur. Pierce's nieiliciiies the best In the world."
Favorite Prescription" has the testi
mony of thousands of women to its
complete cure of womanly diseases. Io
not sccept an unknown and unproved
substitute in its place.
The BlugK'sh liver made active by the
use of Ur. 1'ierce s ricasant Tenets.
queut tuxes for (lie year 1901, to
gothor with all and singular the
appurtenances thereto belonging or in
any wise spsrtniuiiig.
Sheriff and Tax Collector for Jose
phine Countv, Oregon.
Dated at Grunts Pass this 27th day
of November. 11102.
BEAUTIFUL CLEAR SKINS.
Her blue exerts a direct influence on
tho bowels, liver and kidneys, purify
inor and streniilhcning these organs,
and mninliiiuiiig them in a normal
condition of health; thus removing
a common ciiuse ot yellow, niotliy,
greasy ssin and more or less of pirn
nles, blotches and blucklieads. 50c at
Skiver Drug Oo.
LUCK IN THIRTEEN.
By sending 13 miles Wm. Spirey, of
Walton Furnace, t. , got a box of
Huckl' ii's Arnica Halve, that wholly
cured a horrible Fever Soro on his
leg. Nothing else could. Positively
cures Bruises, Falnus, Ulcers, Krup
tiolis, Boils, Burns, Corns and Piles.
Only 2."ic. Guaranteed by W. F.
To Cure a Cold In a Day.
Take l.axslive llronio Quinine Tablets
All driiKirjsts refund the money if It fsils
to cure. K. W. li rove's signature is on
sell box. 25c.
. DR. GTTNNS BLOOD AND
There is not a woman iu this hind
bat ut some time in her life would
have been the la'tter for tho nso of
this tonic. For diseases peculiur to
women, a Is. tier medicine wns never
made. It is composed of the ingre
dients from which the system has
been deprived by disease, over-work
or dissolution. It enters at once into
the circn hit ion, building up tiie
tissues that huvo Isieu wasted, and
milking pure, rich blood iu the most
direct wuy. For weuk, nervous and
unsteady inplo, pimply, pule or
tleshless people, it will miiku strong
steady nerves mid give tho complex
ion that wholesome look that indi
cates health. We have hundreds of
letters that people luivo written us,
siiving that they had gained in good
solid flesh at the rate of one to three
IKiunda per week while using Dr.
Gunu's Blood and Nerve Tonic. It
should ho taken lifter meals, one or
two tablets each time. Druggists sell
It 75o int box or three boxes for
t'J.00, or sent Histmid on receipt of
price. We ran gluil to make reply
to letters of inquiry, the advice we
ive you is pluin, and easily under
stood. Address l)r Bosiinko Co.,
Philadelphia, Pit, Fur sale by W. F.
Aclio all oyer. Throat sore, Eyes
nnd Nose running, slight cough
with chills ; this is La Grip.
taken In hot water, sweetened, be
foro giiing to bed, will break it up
If taken in time.
Hurt Ii only ont Painkiller, "PERRY DAVIS"
Twi m mki rour hut
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lwl l wit mm luuf u
Harness Oil 1
Bi Itos Ilka nw. HmAm ut H3H
' Hum. htin nil. aw lltitl
t-iK-lidly prpstfr to wlUt
Midi bi STANDARD OIL CO.
All dlifnifi of Ktdnevi.
oiB.inr. uriaarr orau.
M-' Kbouin.tljm, Lfu'k
ch Ht,ir tm ica ie 0ravl
Druyiy, FtiuaU Troubles.
ton l become discouraged. Tber it ft
CUic lor you It mvt'.i.ry miiu lr, 1 en nor
1 rp t. a f0 tint I'uttnit hit u.-Si
Cmu v J tnr. All iMiultthit FrM.
"A itrav,. ImttfiHl lu n.jr bU.UIrr. Aft
U llM4'kit-tlM lil t' I tl&.-,ti m If I klVt ) Ilia I f It
(urilit'r forttiutkntH w i-uriHt.
W.T. l.Urji. l-rrlt,Va.M
F. r n'.a by W. F. Krmr.
NOTICE FOR PCBUCATI05
Timber Lsud Act. Tuns 8, 1878.
United States Land Office,
Roseburs, Oregon, Sept. 19, 1902.
Notice is herebjr giv-n ihsi in com-
plisnce with the provisions ol Hie sel 1 1
Congress of June 8. 1878. entitled "An
.let lor the sal ot tnnher larios iu ine
8'atee of Csltf'Mms. ttregon, Nevada,
and Wsshii.giun Terrihiry," exit -witnallihe
I'uhlic l.snd Slstt-s h aei
I Aiuil-t 4. 18!l2. W lihur C Wafiloi
Portland, Lkjiinijr of Mulmennh, State
l Ur-'K. n has tins :sy nwl in tins
office Ins "Worn tlaleineiil N'i 34!lo, for
the pinhsseof the N W '-4 Nh'4
NWW.SK NW 8.V oiNfcWof
rion No. 22 in Tuoehip St. 37 South,
Ksnse No 7 W, and aid idler prool to
show that the land (ought more vslu
able for i's tiniher or atone than for a
ricoltural nut pose-, and to establish hie
claim to atd land before J. U. Booth
Coil n iv Judge, at his olhce at tuaiits
Hssa, Oregon, on Momlav. the Hill nav
of December, 1U0J. He na'iies as wit-
T. W. Hsnsell, K B. Mnfrt, Alfred
U'istiifson, r.L 1'ickthorn, all oi fort
Any and all persons cla:mlng an verse
Iv Ilia ahove-ileserihed lands are re
quested to file llieir claims in this office
on or Deiore aatu mn nsy oi Decern oer
J. T. Bkiimiks,
NOTICE FO PUBLICATION.
Timber Und. Act June 3 1878
Itoeebuig, Oregon, Oct. 22, l'JOJ
Not'ce is hereby given that In com'
chance ailh the piovtsmns ol the avt ot
Gongiess, of June 3, 1878, entitled "An
4u' li.r the sale of timber lamia in tin
8laies of t allloinia. Oregon, Nevada
, iid Waslnriklon Terriiory," as ix
tended to all public Land blues by
il Auaust 4, 1811'J. V ILLIAM K.
Ilotiox, ol I'oiiland. C'oiiuiy of Mullno
mah, Hiate ol Oiegon, has this day Died
inlhisotliie Ins swum slateuieiii o,
J7J3 for the purchase ol ihe BW'i
Section tio U, iu Township H-t.
sonili, Hange No. 4, Weal, and will
utfei priHjf lo show ihal the isnd sougljl
la more valuable lor its timlier or stone
Uian for ariiuliural pU'piB-s, and
lsbhli Ins claim lo aanl laud la-lore
J. O. liixiili, County Jmlgr, at l.i ollice
il Urania Pass, Oregon, ou lliureday
the 15th day ul Juuuary, I'M.l. ii
namea as witnesses:
KiiiiIm-Ui II. Iloilae ami Kate Dolge
of I'ortlaiol, Oregon i and A. W. ailsoy
01 tirains rasa, Oregon and ueo. u
u'uler, of 8teaiubai, Uiegon.
Any anil all persona claiming ad
vrrsely Ihe anjvr-describ d lands are
requested to tile ibeir claims in this
dhce on or before said loth day
lamiaiy, 11W3. J , T. ltiiiuogs.
.NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.
Husebmg, Oregon, Oct. 25, 11102.
notice is n.reny given mat in cum
uliaiice wilb the provisions of the act
ol Congress ol June i, 1H78, entitled An
act for the sale of timber lanOs in the
States ol Calllornla, Oiegon, Nevada
and Washiuslon Territory," as ex
tended to ail Ihe Public Land Hiales liy
act ol August 4, mn. Katk ItomiK ol
Portland, Countv of Multuouiali, Htale
of Oregon has this day tiled in this
ollice her sworu statement Mo 3785 'or
the purchase of the HE'a of Srciion No,
0, in Township No 41 Houth, Kange No,
4 West, and will oner prool to show that
the land son bl la more valuable lor its
timber ur alone than for agricultural
purposes, and lo ablisli Ler claim
said land beioie J. O. Ilooih, (Jouuty
Judge, at Ins ollice at Urania I'ass
Oregon, ou Thursday the lDih day
January 11103. (She names a w itnesses
William Iv t. JJoiIgH and Klmbeili
tl. IMilge, ol rortlsnd, Uregon, A.
Sllsby, ol Urants fass, U'egou ami
Ueo o. Culey, ol Htiainbosl, Oreson
yiuy and all peiaons claiming at
versely Hie aiHive-ileseribed lands are
mine-led In tile their claims iu this
'line ou or before said lfnli day
January, l!X 3. J. I' IIkiihiks,
NOTK K FOK I'l'lll.lCATION.
Timlier Laud Act, June 3, 1878
Unl'eil Mates Land (llli.e,
Kosebiirg, Oregon, Noveintajr 13 I! 10 J
Notice is hereby g'ven Ihal in compli
ance with the provisions of the act of
Congress ol June 3, 1878, entitled "An
act lor Ihe sale o( limber Inula in
the Stales of California, Oiegon, Ne
vada and WhlliKlon Territory," as
extended to all lh Public Land
States bv set of August 4, lvi-',
.lames K. Illsckhurn ol Montnvilla,
County of Multnomah, rilate of Ore
gon has Ibis dsv tiled in this ol
lice his sworn ststetnent Nn. 3'.l54
for the purchase ol the N W!4 ofS cnon
No '.'8 in Township No. 38 ft. ltuige No.
0 west, and will oder prool to show that
the land sought is more valushle ler its
timber or stone than for auriitiltiiral
purposes, and to establish his claim lo
aid laud belore J. O 'lloolh, County
Judge at his otllce at Urunis Pass, Ore
gon.on Saturday, the 7ih day ol Februa
ry, 1U03. tie names as witnesses'
A. W. Silsbv, F. li. lirixgs, (1. II
Hmitha'l of Oranta I'as-., Or-'gon and
W. If. lienderion, of Montavilla, Uri'
gon. Auv and all persona claiming adversely
the above described lamia sis rtquesled
to tile their claims In this olhce on or
belore said 7th day of February, HM3.
J. T. Hhiihis's,
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
Timber Land Act, June 3. 1S78.
United States Laud (llli.e,
Koseburg, Oregon, November 13, 16(V..
Notice is hereby given Ihal in compli
ance with Ihe provisions of the ai l of
Congress ol June 3, 1878, entitled "An
set lor the sale of timlier land' 111 tie
States of Callloriiis, Oregmi, Ni vada
and Washington Territory, " aeii,n,l
ed to all die I'uhlic Laud State-i bv a .1
of August 4, 1SU2,
WILLIAM II. IIKMiKHSi IN
of Moniavilla, County id Xuniiotiiah
Stale of Oregon, has 1 In- day (lied in
this oltiee his sworn statement N i ;t!....
for the pnrchse of the S w 4 m see e n
No. 28 in Towiislnii No :t8 S.,iol,, .a v'e
tl west, and willoir.-r pnsi loshowiii.t
the land sought is mine yaliu.ble I, l i s
timber er sione til 10 I. r agii,u,ural
purpwea. and to establish hi 1 la in tu
said land brfore J. II. Ilmilh IN unit
Judge, el his otlice ai tiiii's Pats U e
gou, on Saturday, Ihe 7 li !.. 01 tVoin.
ry, UMKI, He nanus ss witnes-es:
A. W. Silsbv, F II H in (i. II
Smith all ol tiram I'ss , l)-.-ko 1, mi !
J. K. Hlachbnrii ol llmiiaii o, Uii-k-om,
Any and all p -rsooa clanuoia a lters
ly the alsive-tli eerilM-d Ism's i- n , n
ed lo tile Iheii claims in Hie. -Hi , ,,.
before aaid "ill day ul rVh nir . l'.KM.
J. T. IliniHiKn.
A LI11EKAL OFFER.
The underaigtied will give a free
sample of Chamlierlatn'a Stomach aud
Liver Tablets to any one wanting a
reliable nmiedy for disorders of the
stomach, biliousness or cousti)Mtiou.
This is a new remedy and a good one.
Sold by all druggists.
HIS LIFE IN PERIL.
"I just seemed to have gone all to
pieces, writes Alfred rieo, of Wei
fare, Tex., "biliousiie
back had made life a burden. I
couldn't eat or sleep ami felt almost
too worn out 10 work when I began
to use Electric Hitter, but they
worked wonder.. Now 1 sleep like
top, call eat anything, have gained
111 strength and enjoy bard work."
They give vigorous health and new
life to weak, aieklv, run ilo njpeoiile
Ther Hum. tlnly Ms at W. F. Kre
in,-, may aitue.
50TICE FOR prBLICATIOS
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.
Roaehurir, Oregon, O t 25, 1902
Notice ll hervby given thai In eom
ubaiic- l h me i'iovisioiis ol the act o1
hj. g i"i oi J uie3, 1874. in'lile.l, ' An
u l lor the l.i ol 1 1 Ian in in
i ft Ol Calil'lill.R, Olfg n, Nivalis.
old Washing mi territory, ' as .X-
emled In all ihe Pnt.ilc Lsn.l Ma es Uj
ict ol Annual 4. 181)2, r.LIZABETll ri.
Iionos. ol I'urilsnd, County ol Mm iio
ush, ois'e ol Oit goo, list Hue il.y IH
ii this olhce her sworn siatemeut IV...
780 lor the puichate ol tbe K!4 ol
NE'4 and St'4 of NW.tf and oi
NtJ ol Stcliou o. 0 in lowiii-biii So.
11 hotith. hanse No. 4 West, ami wul
tier irol to show thai Hie lam:
i.uuht is mote valuable for us tinili
i sione ihsn lor sgiteullural im p.'si-e
ml to eaiabli-h her claim 10 said land
arloreJ. O. booth. County Jinig-, a
ma olhce at (iranla 1'ass, Oregon, "i
fhUfHlav the 15lh day ol Januat) IWi
She Usui's as witiiHer:
Wiliiaui K. E. D due ami Kale U nt,e
of Portland, Oieon, S. W. siM'v. ol
liianls Pass, 0.ei n ami Ueo. V. Lu e),
ii 8 eauiboat, Oregon.
Auv and a'l persons claiming s.l-
verwiy the snov- iiefriocii lanos ar,
reqileeled tu filu- llieir elti.iia III I til
the on or belure (a il 10 n "si o
lanuar) PJU3. J T. HHinoBa,
NOTICE FuK PUBLICATION.
Timlier Lind Act, June 3, 1878.
United S alen Laud Oili'-e.
H'isebiirg, Oregon, Sept. l'J, l'J02.
Noiice is hereby given lliat. it
couinliance wild the prov.inn o
the ai" of O 'ligreas ol Juoe ., ibis,
Iituhd "An act lor the ale n
timber Isnili iu ihe 8 s ol Calilo ni.i
Oregon, Nevad i and NVsniiiiigtou IV'n
torv," as rxtended to sil lie- 1'uiuh
lainl a it's ur act ol August 4, leu
r'ted L. Pnkth m of Portland, (.louiiii
of Mullnolllall, Male of OiFg'll. ha
this day filed In Hits ollice his swum
statement No 31114, for Hie pun lne oi
the N 'X ul t-KX, SEX of Btf.'i. A W X
of HWX, and SVS X ol aWX ' Seciiuu
Ao Tint township Ao ( s luth. Kang
No. 7 W, and will offer piool lo fliov
that Ihe land sought is mure vsln ibl
for its tiniher or eione Uian loi agiicul-
turul purposes, and to establish liinclalin
to said land belore J. O. booth, t oiintt
Judge, at bis olhce at ivrsnis rass, Ore
gon, on Monday the 8ih day ol Decern
ber 190'i. He names as witnesses:
T W. Uatisall. W. C. Waul. R. 13
Mulfell, and Alfred liiis'ulson all ul
Portland, On gi.n.
Any and all persona claiming adverse
ly the above desc t'ie 1 lands are r
quested lo tile their claims in this Hi
on or before said 8 h day ol Decern brr
J. T. Cnioos,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timler Land Act, June 3 1878.
United Stales Land Ulli.e,
Kosebnig, Uiegon, 8pt. Ill, I IK).'.
No.ice is hereby given Hi.u hi com
phauce wilh ihe provision of the act ut
Congress ol June 3, 1878, emitli d 'An
act lor Ihe sale ol timber lands iu ihe
Hiales uf tahloruia, Oregi.u, Nevada and
Washington territory," as extended lo
sll the Public Land ftlalee In act ul
August 4, I8U2, Holiert ii Mullol oi
Portland, Couuty ol Ma titoinah, Slate
of Oregon, has this dav li ed in Ihts
olhce Ins swuru statement No. iU'.lll. loi
the purchase of the NE NK1, f-E NEJ4'.
SW SEX aud r-E'4 NW4 ol sectiou
.No, 28 10 Township Au. 37 Suuih, Kange
No 7 W.aud will oiler prooi to show Hint
the land sought is inure valuable lor lis
timber or none than fur agriculiuial
purposes and to establish his claim to
said land belore J. O. llooili, County
J udge, at his olhce at U 1 au s I'ass, Oi got ,
on Munday, Ihe 81I1 day ul December,
l',H)2. He names 118 witnesses :
T. VV. Hansen, V. C. Watd, K. B.
Mull.lt, and Allied lint tuison, ail of
Any and all persons claiming advuiar
ly ihe above described lauds are re
quested 10 lile ibeir claims 111 this ollice
uu or beluie said 81I1 day ol Heceiuber,
J. T .IlUlllUKS,
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
Timber Lsud Act, June 3, 1878.
United States Laud Ollice,
Koseburg, Oregon, Sept. IU, l'.Wl'.
Nut.ce la hereby given that lu compli
ance with Hie provisions uf Hie aei ul
congiei-s ut June 3, 1878, entitled "An
a.tlor the sale ul limber lauds 111 the
Slates ol Caltturuia, Oregon, Nevaua,
and Washiiigtou leriilory," as exiemud
10 all the Public Laud S ales by acl ol
August 4, I Mil'.', Thomas w . Hull-ell ol
Portland. C'uuuiy ol Multnomah, Stale
ul Oiegon, baa this day tiled in tins
ollice his swo'ii statement Mo. 34'Jl lur
the pinctiaae ol Ihe SK4 ut secuon Ao
32 lu Township No. 40 Soulb, Kane No.
4 W, and will oiler prool lu ohu
thai the land souglu Is iiime aiuable
lor Its limber or slune Uiau tor agt icul
tural purposes and lo establish his claim
to said land beioie J. U. B001I1. County
Judge, ai hia ollice at Urauls Pass Ote
gou, on Monday the 8U1 day ol Decem
ber, 11KI2. He names as witnesses:
F. L I'll kllnon, Alfred Ourtufson,
W.C. Vard, and ti. II. Mullet, all ul
Auy and all persons clsiining sdve se
ly tie uhovc-deBciibed lands ate re
quested lu lile their i-laiuis in this ollice
uu or belore said 81b day ol lieeeuiber,
I '.-' J. 1'. Uuiuuxa.
notice ton publication.
Tuubtr Laud Act, June 3, 1878.
Koseburg, Oiegon, Sept. IU, 1H02
Nonce is heiehy given that 111 c. 111
i lianue wilh ihe piovisions ul Ihe act ul
C'lhf.risa ol June 3, Is78, entitled "An
aei lor Ihe a'e 01 tuober land 111 ibe
5 ans ol I onion iu, Uiesou. N. in.ls,
.11, d W . siiiiinicii lerr.Wn , ' as e.vlenueo
i" a il 1 lie I'u ii, ic l.a,.d lau-a bj ae' ol
Aogusi 4, lS'.U, A 1.1'hku t.isriKooS ul
l oriland, Louuiy ol Aliilllluiiiali, Sta.e
ol Wiesou has lhi Ha hied in iniaollire
l.tsi-Uuili plaiiunl No 3J1I2, lor l.'.r
I tiu-liase ul the SW'4 uf Section No 32
111 loaiirlitp No. 40 .uu h, Uai.ao Ao.
1 Wist, and will oiler prool lu allow
thai li - land soiutil 11 more vaiuh!e lor
lis limbt-r or sione than lot agiictiliural
pitries, ami lo velHl.llrli his elallii to
unl oiini Orloie J. O. h.sii, Uoiiiili
Jnd-, al in- utile., tl liranls I'n-s, tlre
giili. on .Hon., a., Ilir 8, It day il D.evui-ls-r,l!s)2.
II. iiaiio s witiirs es:
I ooii as vt . lianseil, F.I. I'ukiboin,
W C .Waul and It ll. Mtl.u, il oi
I'oi . 'and, Wr tfoli.
Any and ad p roi.a i la initu adveisi
11 Hip era v.'-di scnl c I lands are re-qiM-ieed
lo Hie their ilsiin- in Ili a otli.
on or iHioresaid S;li dav ol Ucen.br,
J. T. bKiiuts,
You Know Vhe.l You Ar
When you tube drove's Tasteless Chili
Tome, larcause the formula is plainly print
ed on every bottle showing that il is situ
ply Iron and Quinine in a tasteless form
No t'ure No, Pay. ,"V.
Professional and amateur photog
raphers will he able to find iiearly
even-thing luccsaary for their use iu 1
slock at A
K. Voorliies' K.nlak liead-
a White's Oreain Vermifuire. not
only kills worms, but removes the
mu. ns and slime, in which tl.. hni 1.1
their nests : it brines, and onirklr.
healthy ivmliiton of the boilv
where worms cauuot ixist. S.'k. .
Clover i'ru v o.
Are not more disfiguring to pnre whit pnper than
blotches and pimples are to the clean whito skin.
Both men and women aro at a disadvantage when
the face is marred and scarred by an eruptive dis
ease. Perhaps tho woman is the moro unfortunate
becnuso the beauty of a clean skin and clear com
plexion is her rightful heritage. And while she has
the friendly shelter of the veil, it only covers what
it cannot entirely conceal. Tho worst misfortune
in tho case of a man with a pimply face is that he
is generally set down as dissipated. If ho seeks a
position his " dissipated " face discounts his abilities.
If he is a salesman ho finds customers disinclined to
do business with a man whose commercial reliability
must be taken largely on trust, because his face is
Tho misery and discomfort of Buch disfiguring
eruptive diseases is apparent to everyone. Tho
great question is : Can these diseases bo cured ?
Can this rpugh skin bo made smooth? Is thero any,
escape from tho torment of eczema and salt-rheum?
Can Bcrofulous sores be healed?
The answer is: "AVhat has been ddne can be
done." Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery has
cured eruptive diseases in men and women, and
cured them perfectly and permanently. It has cured
pimples, boils, scrofulous sores, erysipelas, eczema,
salt-rheum ami other distressing and disfiguring
eruptive diseases. What " Golden Medical Discov
ery " has dono for. others it can do for you. It is
an absolutely rcliablo mcdicino. It always helps.
It almost always cures.
"It gives me great pleasure to express my faith In the
virtue of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery," writes
Ezekiel Ploro, of Graytown, Ottawa Co., Ohio. "I suffered
everything for two years with a humor on my face, which
baffled the skill of some of the most noted physicians.
Was advised to go to the hospital; was doctored there for
mice iiiuiiLus muiuui success. t.auie uome uiscouragcu.
Then began to doctor with a "chemist." He also failed to
help me. Then I began Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery, with no faith whatever in it. Did it onlv to please
my wife; but I am happy to tell you that after taking five
bottles I am entirely cured."
"I feel it my dirty to inform you of my wonderful cure by the use of your medicine
writes Mrs E. H. McLain, of Meredosia, Morgan Co., Ills. "In i.Vfli, a place about the ri.e
of a silver dime broke out on my scalp and kept spreading until it went nil over my bead. It
pained a great deal and ran, and we tried a great many doctors and all kinds of patent medi
cines but none did sny good. So it went on until if'ro, d I wns taken sick and lay about
ten weeks. I was in a very weak condition, and I was recommended to try Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. I took about six bottles, I think. About three bottles of medi
mS r " "0t tm,,k,nK of hclpinR me in any other way, but I feel so thankful
1 Iii l!,iC?W hT .,0 "Tms,l"? Vlanks for the cure of t,,e sore- 1 have often thought
of eve? hri E3 bv neK,iec,c1 do so- .1 "-ink it a miracle, for I had pven up all hope
tlL S ft , YU 'mVe tUe P?ke of the lerful cure. My husband thinks
t l LTs - 10 VT',lc- lf you want Proof -vou can osk in the ncighbo
noou. I am now m my 6-Stlt year and am very strong."
AiLbnetrnir6!0 m,VSCy l eHW"S ritcs Mrs. ,Lolita J. Mitchell, of 1824
erv' '.f.fiT.A? H A1!me,Ja Co- Ca'ifo. "hy using your 'Golden Medical Disced
ery after I had been under the doctor's care aud found no relief."
inItnf bCe" fi.ve,',e?r9 !incf 1 took your 'Golden Medical Discovery,' for a scrofulous affec
N C and I am'to'J ft "'ttTrV Mr' Zeb,lIon B- A Griffon. l"itt Co ,
-'11 . B. ..e" 7" Ulat 1 have had 1,0 ret" of the disease. I thought I would
write and let you know that 1 have not forgotten you, and never will while I live "
nJpi.Xrfn 11 xr th.orf;nKh 'Cllrc8; "uptivo effected by tho use of
S i, n if" r Ud'Cal I1,wc?7 k tlli8' I' entirely cleanses the blood from
remn nPH i CM"0 tU Unlil thc8 eomtpting impurities are
removed there can be no permanent cure. Pimples, boils sores, etc., are only the
ch od llEr M ' M "v'a,d list'aSC- T c"Te 1110 t,isee tho cause nut be
c rrm,. 1 '" "- "7 eliminates from tho blood the
skh T, nor ,, cl8B,n8 .dBmcnU h eauso disfiguring eruptions. It restores tho
skill to normal smoothness, and tho pure, healthy blood supply produced by its
means dyes the check with the ruddy hues of health 1 1 7 rrouucM Y
Dr Iterces Pleasant Pellets should bo used with the "Discovery" when tho
bowels aro irregu ar or tho I vor slii'TrriRl, Tl. ... v 1 ,,LU. l"
niHnted tr, 1,0 ,vLl., .1 , '''K18'1- 1,10 to medicines aro cspecia V
adapted to be used together whenever a laxative is required
n.oroS p-iidTn1',? I 8"!S,titUtion.i9 t0 CW the dealer to make the little
of tho familiar fab.o fd trade sSSiee il ffi " t0 lLe.flly
TH E 23 ES
oanlmlnlna eras a
lo mmnl met . ff -no moro
to 00m free on roooiat ol mtaitmrn - .
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TO AND FROM ALL
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, For Kales, FoMcn and full informatiue
' Virtn Tickets, Rent,,, Ac., call on or
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01 First Avenue 8. ttle. Wa.l,
The larireat .nm ,
1 . . I'"i mr I pre
c.ii,tt..ii. rhsnxrd liamli in San Fran-
i.-... no. 00, i;u. lhH tr,n,frin.
Ti-lvnl in i-otn an.l stia-k 1 1 2.StX 01 anil
i ia'. by a early ol huit,efc, men (or
a -mcin.. for Hnshfs Di.iase and Uts
l "e, hitherto tnciiralile ditessee.
1 Ley eonnneneeil the erious investj
nation of Ihe specific. Nor ir. iik.
I'l.ev it.tervieseil tut Tims af lt.u . I
an t t.ir l 11 out Pl, j n,Ki hr piIlln
oer three rl.en eaaes on the treatment!
sr. I a'i hlnir them. Th..... l. i
. . mini mn i.jy. 1
name.-hf,,,,!,., ineurahlei isea 1
sn.l ..li,i(tprH it uh Ihe chysiciainj
l. iju. e. Ipto Aun. S5. s; p.r i-ent
H M.e tent rases were either well or
fliers hen. but thirteen per cent of
fs-nre. ihe psrlies aera sanaPed and
rl'-ed the transaclion. The p.rceeiliniri
o -he investmaltnii eomrui'tw and the
el.r.K-al rerts of Ihe test caw. w,re
pot. t.hed and t he mailed free on
., i'"i . ...n. Auurees Johx J. Ft itov
t oatPASY 420 Monnromer, 8t.8aaFrn'.
!, i ski
T BO Off "
Metfioa Advimmr. Thin eroat work
Wt "f moro
Addroo., Br. B. y,
RIO GRANDE WESTERN
Denver&Rio Grande Railroad
"nly trsiiseontinen'al I ne
paamiiK ilirectly Ihmih
SALT LAKE CITY,
I tironi;h S ..,! .... j ,
, ,. , " '.".I 1, n 1 11
sinl rree Keclming t'lluir l ar
The most maiiuiHi-eut
iuerica liv .lav MkIh.
S'op overs ali.m.l ..
II ' U-ie'S nl
For 1 liMfln.,1
1 . -n..-;. mi'l
VV- r.Il lVil,w rl A n-.
1.1 rinr.1 St , I'oriLuiil. tir..,,,
thT-Z!, .X ' u"'u v"inme tswcu
UrnedT that ere. old (m -nJ.
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Pimm'm Common Sam
thmn 700 Uluotrmtlano.
thmn 700 III,
p,EROEt BltfMOp m, Vm
0. R. & N.
ORL(.ON SHORT LINE
IT IS THE
Route to all Eastern points via. Pnrll.in.1.
AM TIirnuKh Tickets, reailing over tlii muts
arc goo.l via:
Wlt Xiilio ami Denver
Low Kates Everywhere-
Tii kelson Sale at Poulliern Pacific lt''t
A. L. CBAKi,
Oeu'l PuwenKer Airent,
A familiar name for the Chicago, Mil
"aukeeiSt. Paul Railway, known al'
over the Union as the flreat Kailwsy
f"nniiK the "rione-r Limited" train
every day ,; night hetween St. I'anl
and Chicago, and rir.ul,. .,,,1 rhn nao.
"fheonly oerfm-t Irnina in th'a world.
Understand: Connections are maJs.
"b All Transcontinental Lines, asuiir
ingto pas.i ni r3 the beet service knoan.
Luxurious coaches, electric liytitji, atam
heat, nf ...,;i. .Mn, l.. n,t,0
I line. 7
i ee that your ticket reads via "The
, Vila-aukee" win n ?oini to any point in
I the United Slates or Canada. All tick
el "Sent! sell ti,e,n
for rates, pamphlets or other iuloi
J' w- f asitv, C. J. Edut,
Trav. rse. General Arn-nl.
smtl, Waeu. I'oRTLASii, Or.
SmUhv llandmir Pomade
Slops itching scalp upon one applica
tion, three to fix removes all daudrufl
and will (tcp falling hair. Price Wc.
t all ihugiiau. For sale, by Slover