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ROOUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, JCUT 16. 1903.
COUNTY COURT BUSINESS'P"
Report of Pioceodinf of July
. Term Lately Held.
County Court proceeding! at the
July, 11)03 term.
i County road M petitioned or by
laoob Hier, et al, in road Dlat No.
9, declared a pnblin wagon road, and
! Liquor lioenne granted to Bornett
and Lee, of Leland, Oregon, for the
period of iz mouths.
Liquor licttnsa ' graiitcd to Geo.
Manmr, of Kerby, Oregon, for the
period of one year, g Wml-
1 In the matter of the petition of D.
8. Holton, of Merlin, for the Taxa
tion of certain street! and alleys In
the town of Merlin. It is ordered
that the streets and alloys described in
aid petition be.and tlieiume are here
1 In the matter of the vacation of a
county road beginning at the crossing
of Short Horn creek, in Hoc. 81, Tp.
34 8., R. 6 Went, and to the inter
suction of said road with the north
line of the NE'' of BE4 Boo 5, Tp. 8ft
8., R. 6 W. It ia ordered by the Court
that above described road be and the
same is hereby vacated.
The following bills were allowed
and ordered paid :
aoAM a niinuti,
Ham Aldersou, road suiiervleor, dial
No J I
Bam Alileraoo, bijiltliug bridge over
O Karg, Hoari ailervliwir, rile! Nu.i
Jai lleiley, roail aupervlsor dial No It
Jaa lleiley, woik In road dlalrlcl No H
Jan llarnelll.wura on Applegale brlilge
Krlrk KJall. work ou Aplegal and
lieer creek brlflgee M
B KrU-keon, work oh AliplegeUj and
lieer creek brl'tges
Walter llryau, work on Deer creek
W J Mathews, work oil lleercreek bridge
O W Uwli
V V Lovelace, work Apiilegat. and
Deer creek brlilge. ,
W Hryan.work ou Applegele brlilge ...
J C K Mcfann, tndat bridges
Kd Met:alin,woikon Applcgete brlilge
Henry Darnel II
,. tieo creed work on Deer creek bridge
Claud Armatloug. " ' "
1iuleVerdln, " "
W g l.atiiilgaii,
Hilly Wlmer " " "
W a Unnlgan, " " "
Clly of (iranla I'aaa, work ou bridges...
II a WuodoiM-k, lumber roada
W H aclilelgb.riMul supervisor dial No
I'bwull Creek Lurubur Co, lumber
Trluible 4 Oook, blaekauilllilng roada
J J Hrown, road supervlaor dial No li
V c Hrown, road work dial No I J
. Fred Moore, work road dial No U
Jalnea Uiwden, "
' Doiialaa strong, " 11
t! K Mrimw ' "
Booth-Kelly Lnmber Co, lumber
Kogue river bridge
. Hoy Ix'ralg, work In Hoar) dial No 14.
M'lUlauMrlroeA Kendall. lumber roads
heeellll, road ailpervlaor dial No ID
Milt Hevnolda.rned ail urvleur dial Nog
' W J Smith nidae rneda
Welter I'reWil 4 Henmllt Urua, lumber
" Henry Hrailll, work In road dial No II
I' lamea Ullmore, nalla Murphy bilnge,,.
. T Hoelev, workou Applegate bridge...
Oeo I rurnian, wutk uu uogue river
Claud CheUouer.roed work dial No IS
f A Moore,
Hay llyxer, work In road dial No U
Urania Feea Uardware Cu, nidae nds
. Whlla A Armstrong, rods, paupers
T U I'oruell, luilae pauper
W K ImiiIui, ' .....
M Cleuielia " "
K lllaou, mdae pauper
Metiowau A Co, nidae pauper
MraH Lauierinen, mdae peiir
wk-ii clothing Hiore, mdea pauper....
Hotel LayUiu, otierd pauivr
Jerome II Henaun ears uauiera
K H llerrlugutn, nuralng pauper
Mary K llerrliigion nHiut rem pauper
Mrtinwan A Co' nidae pautier
J It llartk A Hon. mdae pauper-
u riannarn, niuae tiauiier.
Ht Mucroaky.uidea paupers..
SHALLTUX AI'IUI HT.
Al llaaly, oare smallpox latlteuts
W H Webb, '
Mon Mullen - '
W V Kremer, medical attendant-
W IHweetlaudjndaeauialliuB iatlenta
W H Flanagan, attendlug amallpnx
i lMut:onuell,mdaeamallpoi pallellls
J Kuapp. nurav peat houae
City ol Urania I'aaa. oars siuellioK
Mra J K llarllaa,raiamallHix tleuta
Mra D W Mlteliell, mdae amallpul
ciact'tr amd jvarit oiust.
Juror feea In county court, June IMSI
Juror leee Circuit court April luultenn
41 Lcllue. wll leea Clreult eourt
Wlltleaa fees In Juatlee euurl
C k Maybtw, Juatlee I'eaee leea
J C Handle, Couetabla leea Juatlea
U m Allied, wll leea Ulruult court
Om Iw1s,vlecllnn booth Ml Reulien ..
I Y McCouuell, rent hall elei'llou Mer
lin W yckuh", Heamaiia A Heuellt-I, atatlou
ery tleo K Areher, lax remlllaui-
I.llteuln Ravage, elamie
W H lallln, etania aaaeaaura offlee
H t- Perklna, tilalllng ooutily roada
H Nortuu, apilukllng alreet from Coull
A Morrla, wikmI euurt houae
K Corou, bal avwer bill Court houae ...
lireitU I'aaa Meanl ol trade, map ...... ..
a llaniiae, uidae Courl houae ,
Judgea A elerka ol ae,'tal elei'llou
J H Aleilley. rent liiilldliiK lor eleetlun
Urania I'ltee High Hi'Iiin,!, aiieelal levy
lllaaa A rrudtiiunlile, alatlouerjr ,...,.
Ileo W Wwla, board ol prlanliera
U W Lew la, stamps, expreaa and tele
phnne Jaeob M agner, tilai kaiultblug
Irwlll Hiidaon, auilimery
UlaaaA I'riidtioiuuiu, blauk UHika A
tlei Crunk, V ,irk al cemetery
k 1, lilabrow, iiatiillng murt bouae
John Handle oiealillig Jatl
C K Mayla), vanvaaaltig vule elal
h-eti, in ,
V W Van liyke, luaaticexam
V D Mtrleaer, '
i K Dmlaiin.lVp aaat-aaiir aal to July 1
OkKooN Minimi Jol aNAl. printing
A II Cheaainoie, lax relnite
Hair Kiddle llardaer Co, mdae ceurt
J M Itooth, eiei,ee laklug Nlmroti
Hiananl Helena aeliool
U V N W I. A I' ... water A llgh'.
Oregon Otiaerver jirliittng
J I Vuxuia, reul building special alee-
LI PepCie, ltvernire
Jlogiie Itlirr Courier, tuliitliiv
C V lanelaea, cianllira aal and intUae.
Court atlJiiuniN until ut-t
I -7 m
Do You Wtvnl lo Make Money
Ami believe thut ytm Imvn enough
buaiiit-Mi ability to hiu-ci wfully r-
rt-iit a reliahlti llrtu in fiis virimty
if so mud full inline ami aililn-sa, will
tell conta to cover coat of iiimHiik,
etc., for full wrtW ulori to Wlm,
Sayingii, Heat tin, Wash.
The iar pula yon in touch will
untnuriu'turvhi who wnnt ugeiits ami
dualera, teaches you how to write ail
vertiwuienta ami IclU you of many
wuyg to make money, either working
lrt or all of tliu lime.
Send yoor ten 'iit ttHlny.
THE B08S WOKM MKD1CINK
H. P. Kuiuja-, Druggist, Lclghtou
Ala., writes: "Oim of my customer
had a child which was sick, and threw
up all food, coo Id rctaiu nothing on
lis stomach. Ho bought oim bottle
of White's Cream vcrmifugu, and il
brought op 11V worm from the child
It's the boas worm medicine in the
world." Whl tag Cream Vermifuge
Is ajwo the rhtldmti'i tonic. It iiu
jiroves tlieir digeatiou and aMnmilatiou
of food, and restores) them to the
health, vigor aud elaat icily of gpirits
natural to' childhood. Soc at rUover
V3L. C. Z. XI. Column
The W. O. T. U. will meet with
Mrs. J. C. Campbell Friday, July 17,
at 2 :.'K) p. m..
Defend Va. Lord.
Defend ua Lord from every ilL
Strengthen our hearts to do Thy wilL
In all we plan and all we do
Still keep o to Thy service true.
O let as bear the inspiring word
Which they of old at Horcb heard.
Breathe to our hearts the high com
mand "Oo onward and jnwwss the laud!"
Thou who art Light shine on each
Thou who art truth each mind control !
Ojieu our eyes and make us see
The path which leads to heaven and
John Hay, Secretary of Hfate.
My life in loyal service, let me bring
To other lives the joy Ood giveth
I do not know
Where fall the seeds that I have
tried to sow
With greatest care ;
But I shall know
Tho meaning of each waiting here
Hornet i mo, somewhere.
It is claimed that of the 8.'!. (XX). 000
would in the United States. 80.000.-
000 are living under prohibition afford
ed either by local option or State luw.
Away With Pitfalla.
Do away with the dives and pit
falls of our city and our jailg would
soon be empty, Hays the Arizona Dully
Star, The nnmber of patients In onr
hospital! wonld lie reduced more than
fifty per cent, and the cost of running
our courts would lie lessened more
than one-half. If anyone doubts the
truth of this statement, let the (locket
of any county where whisky is sold
be shown and see if whisky is not
the cause of seventy-five tier cent of
tho srimiual canes. The ieople are
crying against heavy taxatiou, yet
they never stop to inquire whence
oomo the cause of these heavy bur
DRUGGISTS WILL BUY IT BACK
You aHHumnm un risk when yon buy
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, druggists will re
fund your money if yon are not satis
fled after nsiug it It is everywhere
admitted to be the moat successful
remedy In use for bowel complaints
and the only one that never fails. It
if plnusaul, safe and reliable,.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hansen of
Grants Pan wore the guests of their
cousins, Dr. and Mrs. Bowersox, Sat
urday and Sunday.
A. Marshall siient a couple of days
at Grants Paw the first of the week
with his daughter Myrtle, who has
just had another severe attack of
K. K. Montgomery, as agent for
C. A. Rohrabacher, will at once be
gin the construction of a neat resi
dence on his lots in Oilbortsou't ad
dition. About kVIOt) will be emend
ed ou the proarty. I't the good
work of improving go ou.
Miss Carrie Umphletto, an all-round
printer and journalist, who formerly
had a positiou In the News office
under the old management, spent the
Fourth lu Glendale, a guest of Mra
Bowersox. Since leaving here last
spring, Miss Umphlette has been ren
dering valuable aasiatunce in the
Courier oftloe at Grants Pass.
Au Immense crowd of people en
joyed the. celebration at Glendale on
the Fourth. Many people were pres
ent from KoNcburg, Grunts Paws, Can
youville and all of the neighboring
towns, and all pronounce it one of the
mi mt delightful little cclchrutions
they ever attended.
II. I). Slutor, owuer of the rich
Bauuer placer and ounrti mines ou
Wolf Creek, a short dlatnnce south of
town, was in low ii TucMlay. He is
doing some extensive derelontm-nl
work this seasou on his property,
which is considered among the best in
this entire mining dintrict. Mr.
Sinter is one of the pioneer miners
of this district, ami redicts .a great
mlulng boom here within the next
couple of years.
Cxcuralon R tales to Yaqulna Bay
On June let the Southern l'acllic
Co. will resume nnle of excursiou tick
els to Newimrt, and Yuiitiiua Bay.
Kale from Grunts IW 110. This
popular reaort linn long been well and
favorably known to the Hie of
Western Oregon, and tho low rates
offered nlinuld enable everyone to take
W. K. COMAS,
General Panneuger Agent.
IT IS I T TO THK IXH'TOK.
A lady wrote us a few weeka ami
from W iin nenier, Va , I hut alio had
Itvu under a doctor's care for 4 years
for dyapi'iana. the nain aecmoil to
center under her b ft shoulder blade,
and was so severe at times that she
oould neither eat nor sleep. She had
lot faith lu her home d.ictor, and
aaked ua to scud her Nimnlea of our
lr Ounn's improve.lLiver Pills which
had been reeoniiuenilod to her We
scut her two pi Ha. lu a few days
no sent tor a ln. Now nhe writes
that the pain under shoulder has left
lier ciitlrvlv,,!,,. enjoys her imala and
never alee h na than h hours every
night., and this ban all come about
111 two vteeka, ami coat .r rule, f.ir
two laixca of piUa. Says the doctor
liargvd her eVaUs.) and that .),.. t. .1.1
him he had better take tin- .itVlK) and
Invest it all In Dr. Gunu'a Imprtved
Liver Pills and build up his practice.
tte have Uot received the Ika-i,,,'.
unler yet but any one having drata'p
tia, bilious slls or sick-headache
an get a lvdy cure by the uae of
thcae liilla. Sold bv W. K Kr.
cfor aV a-r box or by mail on receipt
oi pruw. fNUliplvs rree. Address Dr.
Bowuko Co. Phi la' Pa.
CHEAP EXCURSION RATES
R. educed Fevre for Vleltore to the
Setvelda tand Mounte.lna.
The Southern Pacific (Company has
placed on sale at very low rate round
trip ticketi to the various resorts
along it lines, and a bio, in connect
ion with the Corvallis fc Eastern
Railroad, to Detroit and the seaside at
Yaquina Bay, latter tickets good for
return nutil October 10th.
Three day tickets to Yaquina Bay,
good going Saturdays, returning Mon
days, are on aale at greatly reduced
rates from all points Eugene and
North on both East and West Side
Lines, enabling people to spend Sun
day at the at-asidu. Very low round
trip ratei are also made between Port
land and same points on the Southern
Pacific, good going Saturdays, return
ing Sunday or Monday, allowing Port
land people to spend Sunday in the
country ana the out of town people
to have the day in Portland.
Tickets from Portland to Yaquina
Bay good for return via Albany and
East Side, or Corvallis and West Side,
at option of passenger. Baggage
checked through to Newport. A new
feature at Newport this year will be
an up-to-date Kindergarten .in charge
of an experienced Chicago teacher.
A beautifully illustrated booklet
describing the seaside resorts on
Yaouina Buy has been published by
the Southern PaciAo and Corvallis &
Eastern Railrtnds, and can be secured
from any of their agents, or by ad
dressing W. E. Conian, G. P. A., S.
P. Co., Portland, or Edwin Stone,
Manager C. 4 E. Ry., Albany, Ore
Mr. Settle has g- no to Gold Hill.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Runk, a 11-
Mr. Carvill from Placer made our
town a visit.
Our clerks are very busy as our
merchants are doing a good trade.
The cows broke into Frank Davit
garden and ate and demolished it so
it is mined.
No sickness to report, but will have
some marriages to report in the near
future if the young men don't fly the
Bob Gibson made our town a busi
ness visit He is Interested In the
mall line from West Fork to the coast.
He gays that country is being filled
up with home seekers.
In riding over the railroad from
Tunnel 0 going south, for a short dis
tance south of Hugo, one cannot help
seeing how smoothly and cattily the cars
run. The, track is in such good order.
Frank Fletcher made a business trip
to the Pass last week. He reports a
big improvement in the Puss in large
sulwtantial brick buildings being
erected The business houses are do
ing a big business. If our crops were
a failure, aa the real estate sharks of
Roneburg say, then all kinds of busi
ness would bo at a stand atill but
business is good throughout Southern
At the present wrltiug we aro hav
ing quite cool weather for this time
of the year. People are almost
through with the first crop of grass.
Oat hay is a moderate crop. Other
hay is heavy. We understand that the
so-called land agents of Hoscburg,
though in the falsehoods that they
have circulated regarding the cro in
Josephine county they are nothing
more than a set of laud sharks, have
men out looking for covered wagons
that are coming from other status.
They halt the immigrants and tell
them not to go any farther aouth for
Jacksou aud Josephine counties are
not raisin enough to feed a grans
hnpimr. There ought to lie a law to
handle such sharks. People are com
ing to Leland to look over the country.
Wo give them a true deacription of
our county and do not mislead them.
Then they can locate or nut as t hoy
wish. We have land agents here but
they are too honorable to run other
countries down to get to soil a jaircel
of land. Widu Awake.
Willamette Valley Chautauqua
The Willamette Valley Chautauqua
Awociiitiun will bo held at (iladntoue
iark, near Oregon City, July 14th to
joth inclusive. Kate of one and one
third fare on the ccrtilicato plan ban
been made from all jioiiits ou Oregon
Lines. Spm-inl attractions have been
provided. "Germaine" the magician,
with his wtuulderful productions, R.
llurdotto, the celebrated humnrlut,
w ill entertain in his usual delightful
manner, while (lie lift urea of Hon
Champ Clark and Hou. J. P. Dolliver
will Ui au intellectual treat.
Many other alt radium will bo pro
vided, making the tin eat entertain
ment ever given at this Chautauqua.
Fo a lazy liver try Chanihcrlaiu's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They iu
vigorate the liver, aid the digestion,
regulate the bowcla aud prevent
bilious attacks. For sale by all drug
Of vibat flour will do. It will
double ita weight iu bread. It
w ill make pure, white, delicious
loaves It ia more rvlialx anil
morn economical than any other
oday on the uinrkV t. And it is
the housew ife's favorite the e
plus ultra of family Hour. What
more can be said? Get the
A. A. DAVIS.
" I waa a total wreck could aot aleep or rat."
writra I4r. I C. Beera. of Berryman. Crawler
Co.. Mo. 'For two yeara I tried medicine rroea
doctora but received very little benefit. I loet
Aran awl atrength. waa not able to do a good
day'a work. I commenced taking Dr. Pierce's
Ool.len Medical Inacovery. and when I had
takes one bottle 1 could aleep and my appetite
waa wonderfully improved I have taken five
bottlea and am atill improving.
The sole motive for sulntitution is to
permit the dealer to make the little more
profit paid by the sale of less meritori
ous medicines. He gains ; you lose.
Therefore, accept no substitute for
"Golden Medical Discovery."
Reduced Summer Excursion
The Denver & Rio Grande, popu
larly known as the "Scenic Line of
the World, " has announced greatly
reduced round-trip ratea from Pacific
Coast points for the benefit of
teachers who will spend their vaca
tion in the east, and of delegates to
E. A., at Boston; A. O. U. W., at St.
Paul; B P. O. E, at Baltimore;
Woodmen of America at Indianapolis;
Eagles at New York; Mystic Shrine
at Saratoga Spriugs; K. of P. at
Louisville, and T. P. A., at Indian
Tickets at the reduced rates will be
based npon one fure for the round"
trip, but will be gold on certain days.
Tlieae tickets will carry stopover
privileges on the going trip, giving
passengers an oportuulty to visit
Sale Lake City, Glenwood Springs,
Colorado Springs and Deliver; and
will be good to return any time
within ninety CM)) days. Pasaengers
going via the Denver & Rio Grande
are given the privilege of returning
via a different route.
For the rate to the point yon winh
to go, and for dates of sale and other
particulars, as well as for illustrated
pamphlets, writu W. C. McBRIDK,
General Agent, 124 Third St., Port
ONE WOMAN AMONG THE
Wo received a letter from Waycross,
Georgia, a few days ago, from a lady
who has lived there for years. She
writes us thut she had been troubled
with female complaint for a long
time, until slut was reduced almost
to a shadow. It effected her mind,
she could not remember any thing
wonld get so confused and so nervous
and irritable sho could hurdly sleep.
She described her case as one similar
to thouxauds of other women, and then
ended the letter by allying site gained
18 lbs. hint mouth, aud never felt
better iu her life, having no trace of
her former troubles, slept well and
ate her meals with a relish. This
lady commenced the uno of Dr.
Gunn's Blood and Nerve Tonic junt
six weeks before nhe wrote the letter
from which we copy the above
This tonic is in tablet form and should
lie taken right after meals. It turns
the fotnl y?ti cut into strong rich
tilood, making solid rlcnh and feeding
the nerves, curing dim-ami by making
healthy flenh. Pale, weak thin
people should uno this tonic . Sold
by V. F. Kiviiior for "oc iht Ikix
or throe lnixes for Sent txwtiwid
on receipt of priee. Address Dr. Ho-
nniiko Co. I'll i la., Pa. a
Bryson Art Pictures.
The Sunday Call is the only news
paper in America inning this beautiful
aeries of Art Pictures Free of all cost
By Sieclal airaugc mcnt with the
artist the Similar Call has secured the
exclusive right to these beautiful
pictures, aud is having them repro
duced iu the most exquisite tints
knowu to modern art. Kach picture
rcprcHeuts a beautiful girl iu a cling
ing gowu of truly striking hue, who
combines iu her hmo all the seductive
nens of Curim-n, with the illusive
mystery aud charm of Faunt, and to
make the series mont wonderfully at
tractive each picture is reproduced in
a different combination of colors, en
peeially for framing. When you
realUe that sccial iiintructions from
the best framing experts iu the land,
telling you junt exactly how to frame
the pictures and what they w ill cost,
go with each picture, you can gaiu
some faint idea of what a valuable
collection this really ia As soon an
you ace the first, you will simply
have to have the whole series com
plete. REPULSIVE FEATURES.
Blackheads, pimples, gn-any faces
and muddy complexions, which are
o common among women, especially
girls at a oertaiu age, destroying
beauty, disfiguring aud making rcpul
aive. features, which would other
wise apear attractive aud refined, in
dicate that the liver is out of order.
An occasional done of Hcrbiue will
cleauae the bowels, regulate the liver
and st establish a clear, healthy com
plexiou. toV at Slover Drug t'o.
Sl'KE Cl'KE KOU 1'II.KS.
lu-hint! Piles produce nioislnm and
rauae in-hnia'. This form, aa well as
Blind. Weeding or I'rotrnding l'ilea are
cured bv Dr. Bo-tan ko'e Pile Itemed.
Slop itching and bleeding. Aborh
tumor. 60c ajar at Diugtfietr, or tent
by mail. Treatise free. Write una
about your case. Dr. Hosanko, I'lnla.la.
Pa. for tale by W. F. Kremer.
VERY REMARKABLE CURE OF
"About six year ago for the firnt
time in my life I bad a sudden and
severe attack of diarrhoea," says Mra.
Alice Miller, of Morgan. Tuaa. "1
got temporary relief, but it rami
back again and again aud for six long
years I have suffered more misery and
Agony than I can telL It waa worse
than death. My husband spent hun
dreds of dollars for physicians prescrip
tlona arM treatment without avail.
Finally we moved to Bosque county,
our present home and one day I hap
pened to aee an advertisement of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy with a testimonial
of a man who had been cured by it.
The cane waa so similar to my own
that I concluded to try the remedy.
The result was wonderful. I could
hardly realize that I waa well again,
or believe it could be ao after having
suffered so long, but that one bottlt
of medicine, costing bnt a few cents,
cured me. " For sale by all druggists.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Lsnd. Act June 3. 1 878.
Koeeborg, Oregon, May 6, 1903.
Nut ee i hereby given that in cum
il in nee with the provisions of I he ajt ol
Congtrss, of June 3, 1878, enitled"Ai
ac' for the sale of timber lands in the
Staiea of California. Oregon, Nevada,
tnd Wanhincton Territorr." as ex
tended to all puhlic Land Stales by act
of August 4. 18112.
ALICE A MOHENY
of Salem, County of Marion, State
of Oregon, has this day filed
in this cilice Iter sworn statement No.
5079 for the purchase nf the SW ol
Section No. 18 in Town-hip No. 3(1,
"outh. Range No. 4 Wert, and wih
offer proof lo show that the land soughi
is more valuable for Us timber or atom
than for svricultural purms", and to
establish her claim to aaid land before
J.O Booth, County Judne, at his ollice
at (iranla Pass, Oregon, on faturday the
25lh day of July, 11)03.
She names as w line-flee: John T.
Kearni, Georite L Hrown of n avion, Ore
gon; tieorire W. Kearti", of (iranla Pate.
Oregon; William I). Mnheny, ol Salem,
Anv snd all personal claiming ad
versely I he ab.ive-descrihed lands are
requested to file their claims in this
ollice on or before said ?5t.h day ol
July 1903. J. T. Hbiikjkh.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Laud, Act JnneS. 1878,
Uniied Mates Land Ollice,
Itosehurg, Oregon, .May 21. 1903.
Notice is hereby given lliat iu com
pliauce with the provisions nf the act ol
Congress of June ?, 1878, entitled "An
act for the sale ol timber lands in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory" as extended
to all the Public Land Slateg by act of
August 4 1802,
WILLIAM P. CHISIiOLM
of Gold Hill, County of Jackson, State of
Oregon has this day Hied in this ollice
his sworn statement No. 6200, for the
purchase of the NE'4' ol Section No. 30,
in Tow nship No. 35 South, Range No. 4
W, and will offer proof to show that the
land sought is moie valuable for its
timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish bis claim to
said land belore 'has. Nickell, I'. S.
Commissioner, Medluril, Oregon, on
Naturday, the 15th day ol August, 1903.
lie names aa witnesses.
John Owens, Jos. Whalen. of Winter.
Oregon; A. P. Estabrook, Fred Peninger
of Gold Hill, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiminu adverse
ly the above-described lands are re
quested to file their claims in this ollice
on or before said 15th day of August
iwi.i. j. i. tJKinuKM. Kegister
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.
United Staler nd Office,
Roneburg, Oregon, June 24, lot).')
Notice is hereby given I hat in loin
cluiue with the provisions of the ac I
L'uugiens of June 3, 1878, entitled " An
act lor the sale ni titnlter lauds in in
States ol California, Oiegon, Nevuda.
aud Washington Territory, " aa ex
tended to all the Puhlb i..-d S ales bv
act ol August 4. 1892,
of North Yakima. Comity of Yakima,
Slate ol Washington, has this dav 111-1
in tlnaottu'e his sworn statement No. 5111
for the puichaae of Ihe SK'j ol Section
No. 20. In lownalnp No. 34 Soiiih, Range
No 5 West, and will oiler prool to alio
that the land sought is more valuable
lor Us timber or stone than lor agri
cultural purposes, and to eainb'ib
his claim to said land before J. O.
Booth, County Judge, at his ollice at
Grants Pass, Oregon, on Saturday the
."illidavof Sepleiulier 1 1X1:1. He name ae
Henry C. Melntmh, of Granla l'-'.
In g in, Charles E Wilder, North Yai-
ina, Vt anhingtou tlsrrv Keasler, tiraotn
I'snn, Oregon, William Mcintosh, ,,l
Grants l'san, Ortgon.
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly the above-described lands are re
oriented to tile their claims in this otliee
on or beloie said 5h dav of September
1003. J T. 1!hiimik4. Kigmter,
Tlia lar,r.at anm iivur ui,l fitr a atr. -
criptiun, changed hands in Saul1 ran
eiaco, Auir. 30, 1901. Tho trani"ler in
volvod 111 coin and stock $H2.ft0ii 0 1 ami
ass pain oy a fiariv ut tiusinene men lor
a initi,. fop Itnulil'a lliuu,.u ,.! I l,u.
betes, hitherto inenritlile illneanei-.
1 liey eotiiineni-fril die nerioiia investi.
g-alion of Ihe specific Nov. 15, 1900.
they Interviewed ecoreg of the cured
anil tried il out un its merits hv putting
over three itiiien cases oil Ihe Ireainieol
and watehiliK them. The also got phy
sicians lo name ehrouie, uu uiatile canes,
aud ailiuinirlered it with the tihysicianit
lor judges. Up to Auit. 25, 87 per cent
of the test cases were either well or
T, - u... .:- . , f
lurie ueiliK uili ininrrii a i itiii ol
failures, the parties ete satialied and
closed the Iraunni-tiofi. The pttHeeilinga
clini.-al reKrta ol the test t-a"es were
putilisheil anu 111 D mullet! tree 011
A.l,l,x 1....M I I.11 p., v
toMi'ANV, 42t) Vlonlgomery M. Sai, Krai,
A familiar name for Ihe Chirago, Mil
aaukeeASt l'aul Railway, known all
ver the I'nion as Ihe tireat Railwa-.
running the "Pioneer Limited" train
-veiy day am! uinht between Si, Paul
and Chicago, and Onaha and Chit-ag...
Tlit only iierfect trains in the world.
I'nderstand: Cennectious are made
with All TranMontinental Lines, a.-eui-inttto
passenger the beat service know n.
Luxurious coaches, electric lights, steam
heat, of g verity equalled by no other
ee that your ticket reads via "The
Milauee" when going to any point in
the I'nitrd States or Canada. All tick
et agents sell them.
Knr rates, pamphleo or other in lot
uialio i, addreaa.
J. W.C.vaxv, C. J.Edi.y,
Trav. I'aaa. Agt. tieoeral Agent,
SraiTis. Waau. I'oari.AXn. Or
T" fare Colli Ih a tlaj.
Take Iialire Itrumo Uu.nin Tahleta
All druginata return! the money l( It (ails
hi cure. K. Vt. timee'a aiirnatiirw i. na
eai h tan ;V.
Pacific Pine Needle Company. Loca
tion of principal place of businen,
Sau Fraucinco, California. Location
nf works. Grants Pans. Oreeon.
Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting of the Board of Directora
Held ou the first day of June, 1903, an
asw-sament, No. three (3) of one dollur
ltl.00) per share was levied upon
the capital stock of the corporation
payable immediately in United States
Gold Coin to the secretary at the
office of the company. So, 364-Stlri,
Sntter street, Sau rrancisco, Cali
fornia. Auy stock npon which this
anw-nnmeut shall remain unpaid on
July 3d, 1903, will be delinquent aud
advertised for sale at public auction,
aud unless payment is made before,
will be sold on Saturday July 25,1903,
to pay the delinquent anaeKament, to
gether with cost of advertising and ex
penses of sale.
By order of the Board of Directors,
M. R. Cords, secretary
Ollice 3fi4-3ort Sutler street, Sau Frau-
Pacific Pine Needle Company. Loca
tion of principal place of buniuens,
Sau Francisco, Cal. Locatiun of
Works, Grants Puts, Oregon.
NOTICE There are delinquent up
on the following described stock ou
account of Assessment No. 3, levied
on the first day of June, 1903, the
several amounts set opposite the
names of the respective shareholders,
as follows :
2 g -n
David A. Cords, Jr. 4 5 5
Mathilda Reiuhardt Cords 31 500 600
D. A. Cords 5t ,5 5
Mathilda He in 'limit Cords 585 5
Mathilda Reiuhardt Cords HI 5 5
Muthilda Reiuhardt Cords 28 250 250
Mathilda Reiuhardt Cords 29 250 250
And iu accordance with law and an
Older of the Board of Directors, made
ou the First day of June, 1903, ao
many shares of each parcel of such
Stock as may be necessary will be
sold at public Auction at 3K4-8IM
Sutter street, Sau Francisco, Califor
nia, on Saturduy.the 25th day of July,
1903, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m.,
of said day, to pay Delinquent An
sesatneut thereon, together with cost
of advertising and expenses of the
M. R. CORDS, Secretury.
Office 3l(4-3Cj Sutter St., Sau Fran
e.eVa-X. . awaV
f visit DR. JORDAN'S aatarf
fHUSEUB OF ANATOMY
lttl I1UIT IT, III rillCISM, liL
TIM lTf tM il Mtawkal MMaa la Mm
Wflt MftakMcatM F M (..Mretie.
DR. JORDANDISEASES OF Midi
- R4eaa(ktr mcmwJ
ftoa intta arMfeoej, tkva f aafg.y.
tMl T H Hlpawt WimdU
mm mmmm tot tap tor, a arvaich .
wuiw nx HM eraaeka e avMwr , v
"-' by JUa'a H-u4vj n
lm tamkettto. T
COMltttlM ftM U4 MHdrf pffntt TtMMMlt
MMlia 4M Imw. A iwMv tXtrt In ., -llt
a OK. MAILaUs 4f Aatk. fA fatiaaW PMafc
tof mrm. ) (.fell writ
CHI JORDAN ft 001. 1HI IkfM ft, S. P.
Yuu Know What You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Xante lest Chill
Tonic, becaiiMt the formula is plainly print
ed on every bottle showing that it is sim
ply Iron ami Quinine in a tasteless form
No Cure No, Pay. fiOc.
Constination is nothinir more
than a rlo2i7ini7 of the howels
ami nuthinir les than vital gtuir-
nation or death if not relieved,
If every constipated sufferer
t-otilil realise that he is allowing
poisonous tilth to remain in his
system, he would soon get relief.'
Comtii'ation invites all kind of
contaciun. Headaches, bilious
ness, colds and many other ail
ments disappear when consti
pated bowels are relieved. Thed
ford's Illaek-llraiiKht thoroughly
cleans out the howels in an easy
and natural manner without the
purging of calomel or other vio
Ue sure that you get the origi
nal Thedford's Illaek-Hraugnt,
made by The Chattanooga Mwll-
cine Co. Sold hv all druggista hi
25 cent and tl. 00 packages.
Wuraaa. Are., Bay t., 1M1.
I raaaul rrmaiaipail Thpilturd'a Klark
PrauahtliNihlclilr. I gee. It la tav heaae
all Ota tlntf aail have evd It for the laat
tea rara. I aever gare mj rhlldraa
aar ethrr laiatlve. I lataa I etiaU
aevar ae able to work altlieal It
oa ai-ei.aat of belaa tn.ahleil alia
. niaatltiatl.iB. Iiiar Meillrlno la i
I ail that aeepo are u,.
i. a. are akLaSD.
The Weekly Oreg-.nian and the
Coi kikk tih lor one year (or $2 in ad'
0. R. & N.
01tl-(iON SHORT LINE
IT IS TI1K-
K'inietoall Kaatern poiuia via IVrtlaial.
All Tlinmh Tieketn rending over thia route
are goid via :
Mult Ijiko and Denver,
Tieketn on Sale at Soiitheru I'n itic IVpot
A. L. CRAIG,
tiea'l, Pawrnger Agent,
VJVYWv1 at UdlaVlCdO VIllll
lvts stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales
bottles. Does this rWd of mirh awealt?you ? N
' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Lsnd, Act June 3, 1878.
R Hebur;, Oreg.in. Junn 24, 1903.
- i l thai in i-,-in-
police la lie-eiiv Kv-ii -
! i.l.aoce with I hp provision H" set ol
; Congress ol June 3, IS78, entitled "An
act lor the .a'o ' r lain.-
States, tf Caiii-tr-ia. tfegnn Nevada,
and Waahii.gi.in Terr.torv," a extended
to all the Public Land Slates bysctol
August 4, WJl,
CHAHLE3E WILDER .
of North Yakima Countv of akima.
Slate of Washington, has this dav hied
in this ottice his sworn statement No.
5412 for the piirchnaecf the NE'a of Sec-
. . .u. . w V ' 1 Cnntl.
cud .vo. -"U lit lownsinp .iu. ,
Range No 6 West, and will otfcr prool
to show that the laud sought is more
valuable for its timber or atune than fur
agricultural purposes, and 10 es'ablish
his claim to eajd land belore J. O. Booth,
Countv Judge, at hi' ollice at Grant
Pas, Oregon, on Saturdtr, the oth day
of September, 1903. He names as wit-
Albert DragL-ro. of Sonh Yakima,
h asningion ; tienrvv. .nciina",
Kessler, William Mcintosh, all ol Granla
Anv and all persons claiming adverse
lv the above-described lands are re
queued to file their claims in thin orlice
on or belore said 5th dav of September
1903. J. T. Bkuhjex, Register
ASK THE AGENT FOR
rjri cis: ism
ST. PAUL, OULUTH, MINNEAPOLIS,
AND ALL POINTS EAST
2rriAIK DAIIaV O
SVM' Kgi'lI'MK.NT TllltOlGHOlT
lty Coatrhes, Palace and Tourlsl
rtlee,ern, llinlrig anil UlilTet
Mnukiiii' Llbrari Cars.
tuj II ic ti r trlrt ihrouuh the Caacadp
anil ltocky Mountains.
For full particulars, rates, fi.lilers, etc.,
call on or aii.lreiw
H. DICKSON, c. -r. a.
J. VV. l'HALON.T. r. a.
122 Third Street, Portland.
A. B. C. DKNNIST' IN, '!. W. P. A.
012 First Avenue Seattle, Wash
Phone Ore. East 64 Bet. Mswthorne Ave and Morrison St.
THE H. C. ALBEEt CO.
' DEALERS IN
SAW MILLS, etc.
2S Grand Avenue. (East Side)
Portland, - Oregon
R I D f
THE SCENIC LINE
Through Salt Lake City. Le.dvillt. Pu.blo, Colorsdo Springs, utd Denver, and the
famous Rocky Mountain Scenrry by Daylight to ill Points East.
3 FAST TRAINS DAILY BEIWEEN QGDEN AND DENVER 3
MODERN EQUIPMENT, THROUGH PULLMAN AND TOUR
ISTS LEEPING CARS AND SUPERB DINING CAR SERVICE,
For i alts, folders and other
E. F. Bumpus, Manager.
Courier and Oregonian $2 a year
This has long been regarded an one
of the most dangerous and fatal di
si asca to which infants aro subject. It
can be cured, however, when properly
.,r,.d All that is necfsaarv ia to
five Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
' and Diarrhoea Remedy and caster oil,
as directed witli each bottle, and a
cure is certain. For sale by all drug.
C.GOTZlAH & CO.
vt AN U FACTO R MR 5 .
All diseases of Kidneys,
Bladder. Urinary Organs.
A 10 Rheumatism, Back
ache. HeartDlsease. Gravel.
Dropsy, Female Troubles.
Don't become discouraged. There li t
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'Dr. Fennvr's KhltH'y and Backache Cure
Is tiie cause ut my )itinit ultve to-Uuy. I hud
uuiTcrvd nmly nf kidney dist'iis' ftr years
and n-dut't-d In weight to LJU pouudii. I uuw
nulKh lr pounds.
W. 11. Mcii L'OIN, Olive Furnace, 0.H
DruiriNtH. MV.. . Ask fnr(-'w)tt Book-Free.
For sale by W. F. Kremer and H. A.
Sl Mt llltlDK (ii-n.Aet
1S4 Tmae Bt
Guaranteed to equal any
? 100 machine.
yjf iS&.j The Chicago Typewriter Co.
512-514 Market St.
Machine S(,ld for $75.00
rw V . .
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