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ftOOUU &IVER COURIER,-CftANTS PASS. OREGON, JULY 23, 1903.
WEBFOOT AT BUNKER HILL'
Oregonla.n Wa Not Improved
Wllh Historic Acclivity.
A native sou of Oregon, wlio. jg
making a tour of the East for the Brut
time, visited Boston last week and
writei home that he went over to
' Charleston to see Banker Hill. Since
lie has teeu it he does not think so
: mach of the British. It will be re-
' mem be red that the battle of Bunker
Hill, which was fought 13 yean ago,
waa one of the most celebrated battle
of the war of the Revolution. The
Americana were entrenched there, but
the British, after a long and bloody
, conteat, remained master! of the field,
j The uative inn mentioned has
way felt thieved because the Ameri
: cans were driven out of their strong
hold by the British, iu sjite of the
fact that they had to climb the hill to
get at- them. His ideas about hills
were different from those of peoj
who have not lived iu Oregon. After
: seeing the "Hill," which is only 1 10
feet high, and climbing to the blood
' stained field on tup where the battle
was fought, and finding in the center
' of the grounds a monument in the
shape of an obelisk more than twice
; as high as tlio hill (221 feet), he foe
better satisfied. He thinks the Ameri
cans were not placed at any great ad
r vantage by their elevation, nor the
British entitled to any great credit
for climbing that hill. Ho also calle
to mind the Britisher, who, some 32
years ago climbed Mount Hood ou the
Fourth of July. When near the sum
rait he sat down to rest and looking
down the grand old moni.tain, fx
claimed with aatoiiiHhmcnt : "Oo'd a
thought the blasted 'ill was so 'igh?'
80 the uative sun is coming bark to
Oregon perfectly satisfied and glad to
live where "hills" are worth nienton
NO PITY BHOWN.
"For years fate was after me run
tinoasly" writes F. A. Oulledge
ternena, Ala. ' had a tumhlu raw
of Piles causing 24 tumors. When all
failed Buck Ion's Arnica Halve cured
me. Kqually good for bums and all
aches and pains. Only 2.'k at Nation
al Drag store aud'Grnnts Pass l'hiir
The August Delineator.
The Delineator for August is an ex
ccllent midsummer numlwr. It pre
seuts a charming array of Fashions, as
well as numerous other features of
deep interest to women, and stories
and articles of a high literary stand
ard. In fiction, there are four storl
ettes that will furnish good reading
for lar.y summer afternoons, also the
fourth installment of Mrs. father
wood's story, "The Hoi limit s" in
which the action becomes very thrll
Hug. LUlio Hamilton French writes
entertainingly about some of her city
neighbors. Including the very poor
and the very rich. "Our Summer iu
Barn," by Frederick J. Burnett,
is me narrative or a novel manner
of spending the warm season iu the
country. Suggestions for au cuter
talnmeiit with silhouettes are giveu
by Janet Brewster, in a insist illus
trated with sllhouetto isirtraits ol
ladies prominent in Chicago society.
A house on a hlllslilo is shown, with
illustrations of exterior and interior,
and a page of exclusive photographs
of Margaret Anglin is also a feature.
Miss Laughliu discourses in charac
teristic volu on "The Quest of Hap
plness,"and Mrs. Birney has an in
teresting chapter on Childhood. The
preparations of sea food is the subject
of the "Carlotta and I" isipor, and
the general food problem is given
consideration by Dr. Oraco Peck
ham Murray. For the children there
are the engaglug jiastiiuea, the Fire
light story and other features. The
various departments are up to the
usual standard. August Delineator.
People (Imt have ilysi'isia hav
wean stomachs, weak hearts, weak
eyes and are usually weak kneed,
Hiey feel bilious and the world in
general has a bilious look to them,
they have so many symptoms that it
is itilllcult to locate the place where
they feel the worst. The fact is the
source from where they get their
strength has been rut off ami they are
sick all over. The food taken into
the stomach remains undigested,
causing belching, and bilious attacks,
followed by sick-headache, mid gen
ernl weakness. The medicine that
puts the stomach Iu condition so that
the food can be readily digested, will
euro dyspepsia and make strength
where there was VteaknoKs. We have
cured thousands of terona during the
past 20 years, of dyspepsia, w ith lr.
Onnn's Improved Liver Pills. A S.V
box of these pills are worth more to
lop!e with or digestion than six
months of dieting or a gallon of
la'psiu. It only takes one fur a dose.
We will send two of these pills t..
prove what they will do. V. V. Kre-
lucr. sells them for J.'i ,j or
by mail on receipt of i,n,.,.. vni,
Dr. Bosanko Co. Phila., Pa.
Do You Want to Malts Money?
And believe thin you have enough
business ability to siie,-e.fully rep
resent a reliable tlrm in this vicinity ;
if so send full name and address, with
ten cents to cover cost of mulling,
etc., for full iwrlieiilarh to Wlilte'i.
Sayings, Seattle, Wash.
The paper puts you in touch will,
manufacturers who want agents Hnl
dealers, teaches you how to wilte ml
vertisemeiits and tells you of many
ways to make money, either working
part or all of the time.
Send your ton cents today.
THE MOSS WOKM MKD1CINK
II. P. Knuiie, Drnggist, Leighton
Ala., writes. "One of my custoiuer
had a child w hich was sick, ami threw
op all food, could retain nothing on
Its stomach. He bought one Isittle
of White's Cream vermifuge, ami il
brought up III) worms from the child
It's the boas worm medicine in the
world." White's Cream Vermifuge
Is also the eluldreu'a tonic. It Im
proves their digestion and assiimlat ton
of food, aud restores them to tin
health, vigor and elasticity of spirit
natural to childhood. 2V at Shiver
Xa. Z. Z. XI. Column
Taking to task the oflicers of Port
land who he says neglect to enforce
the laws they are sworn to uphold,
denouncing the wicked and what he
termed shamelessly open condition ol
mnnicijial iniquity and apjiealing to
the people- of this city to cast off
the yoke and dnmnud the closing of
saloons, gambling houses and the
brothel, Kev. u. L. Tofts, recently
aps)intcd superintendent of the Ore
gon Anti-Saloon League, opened,
his campaign in Portland last night
He took his text from the fifth chap
ter of Isaiah, 21 verse, and read :
"Woe unto them which justify the
wicked for a reward. " I
This he interpreted to mean : "Woe
unto those who Justify the salootiseep-
er for a license fee." The sjs-ake
who occupied the regular pulpit hour
at the First Christian church, struck
straight from the shoulder at the evil
existing in this city, and said
"There are 812 saloons in Port
land. A largo majority of them, at
least run seven days of the week in
oian dofiaiico of tlio laws of the state.
These saloons are crowded with
young men from hastcm homes who
have come across the continent to hid):
build up here a great commonwealth
We owe a debt to those homes that
have parted with sons, to remove from
these sons as far as possible, these
"Not only are theso young me
tempted to drink, but gumblivg and
the social evil are being carried on
in a lawless and most brazen manner.
"In company with a Christian mis
sionary of this city I visited a num
ber of these drinking establishments.
Should I relate what my own eye
saw of the awful condition ol affairs
it would startle you and arouse your
indignation. While there are a lurgi
proportion of young men before me
than is found, perhaps In most of the
churches, yet they lire few in com
par i son with those who are gathered
in the gambling and drinking room
iu the city.
But I wish to deal chiefly with
tlio remedies for these stujiciidoti
evils. "The Anti Haloon league is
only another name for the federated
church, fighting the saloon iu defense
of its own rights and to overthrow
kindred evils. The churches heretofore
hare been working within their own
denominational lines. Now it is
proiuscd to unite all ti e religious
and temirance forces of the state
into nuo grand army against the foe
of our common wealth
It is thus Interdenominatiouil
and also Intcrpartisun. Tlio object is
to build up a tuiioraurc const ituenry
rather than a distinct party; to unite
all men who are willing to join issue
usin the one prnssition, "the sa
loon must go," and judging from the
success of this movement iu the states
where well-estalilihlied, wo sen no
reason why it should not succeed In
It is the duly of the churches to
opiKise the un-American saloon lie-
first It Is the great foe of the
church. There is, probably, no other
institution that diss more to with
stand tlio work of twin tors and iicoph
than the organized liquor traffic.
Many young men who are brought
within the iialn of the church are
ecoyed into the saloons and dragged
down to ruin. Destroy the saliHin and
you will remove remove the great
obstacle to the building upof Christ's
kingdom on earth. Of the H.noO.ooo
young men In the I lilted Slates only
about 5 )er cent o' them are member
of any religious dc nominal ion ; 7.r ier
cent of them never enter the walls
of the sacred sanctuary. Where are
these young men? One hundred
thousand of them are in the jails
and prisons 4(H),()HI others have been
Incarcerated. Seven eigliths of the
rimes which brought these young
men to isnial institutions are truce-
utile to the drink hahit.
Second The saloon Is the great
foe of the government. We hear much
the corruption of silitics. Thi
orrtiptiou is largely due to hiiIooii
influences. The slates for the par
tics are often prepared at the saloons.
Tim men elected to oilier, largely by
mean of the money ami inlliieuee of
this traffic, are exisrleil to lie its
rvanls and protectors. The welfare
f our country ile-uds iiihui a pure
ballot. Thus the saloon, a corrupter
of pure Killtics, the oppnnrllt of good
legislation and the enforcement of
law antagonistic to il interest. Ie
come the foe of a government estab
lished for the protection of the Is-st
ilit crest of society.
Wi Islieve in the Miiueniiiev ol
law. line form of rebellion was imi
iwn in the bloody war of the tilt's
and it becomes the dutv of even- loval
it wen to rank himself imainst this
Ix'llious spirit which run be found
iniimnt w ithiu our ow n city. "
Hev. Tufts came lure three weeks
ago from Indianapolis, lie represi uts
the nli .Saloon Isauue of America.
rgain.cd in In stall and maintain
ing .'.I worker tit the field.
"We aim to tight the evil through
the law," he wild today. "There are1
good laws on the Oregon statute hooks
and we mean to see them cnloreed and
to close saloons en Sunday. We will
male the OemaioK upui the ollicors
that they enforce the law and if they
refuse we will put ilt ,tiecrs who
will do tlu-ir duty Thi i not a
political machine I am represi ut ing,
it is nil army which is light ing for the
right. And we will tiK-ln in Portland
until right prevail. We Wticve m
vigoious a.'imi, ,,,,,1 ,k j, ..
Key Tuft will snt , t;m,v
tl A k t ...
-urinooisl r.ptsroptl church, d
slim municipal corruption.
"1 believe the gamhl. rs
it tended to first," he said
DHl'UUlSTS WILL 111' Y IT HACK
You sssiinnnr no risk when you buy
hainls'rlaiu's Colic, Cholera sod
Diarrhoea Remedy, druggists will re
fund your mouey if you are not satis
(led after using it. It is every w here
idiullted to ln.i the most successful
remedy in use for bond complaints
mil the only one that never fails. It
i pleasant, safe and reliable.
CHEAP EXCURSION RATES
Reduced F&re for Visitors to the
Setvaide a-nd Mountalni.
The Southern Pacific Company has
placed ou sale at very low rates round
trip tickets to the various resorts
along its lines, and also, in connect
ion with the C'orvallis & Eastern
Railroad, to Detroit and the seaside at
Yatiuiua Bay, latter tickets good for
return until October 10th.
Three day tickets to Yuquiua Bay,
good goiug Saturdays, returning Mou
days, are on sale at greatly reduced
rates from all jsiiuts Kugeuo and
North on both East and West Side
Lines, enabling istoiile to sjs-ud Sun
day ut the seaside.. Very low round
trip rates are also made between Port
land and same points ou the Southern
Pacific, good going Saturdays, return
ingSuuday or Monday, allowing Port
land ixjoplo to stand Sunday In the
country and the out of town people
to have the day iu Portland.
Tickets from Portland to Yaqulna
Bay good for return via Albany and
East Side, or C'orvallis and West Side,
at option of passenger. Baggage
checked through to Newjiort. A new
feature at New)rt this year will be
an up-to-date Kiiideigarteu in charge
of an experienced Chicago teacher.
A beautifully Illustrated booklet
describing the seaside resorts ou
Yatiuina Bay has been published by
the Southern Par I lie and Corvallis &
EaNtern Railroads, and can be secured
from any of their agents, or by ad
dressing V. E. Comaii, O. P. A., S.
P. Co., Portland, or Edwin Stone,
Mauagrr C. & E. Ky., Albany, Ore
TAX ON BABIES.
Extreme hot weather is a great lax
ujmiij the digestive iiow'cr of babies
wheu puny and feeble they should be
given a few doses of White's Cream
Vermifuge, the children' tonic. It
will stimulate and facilitate the di
gcstion of their food, so that tin
soon become strong, healthy and tie
live. Mle at Slover Drug Co.
Mr. Wilson, one of our merchants,
and family have genu to the coast to
Times are picking up ut the Coppc
Stain mine. That mint) has been
idle, but fiom reliable sources will
soon begin work.
, f rank McCrnkcns has got througli
leaning bed rock and has made a sue
ess this season in milling. lie
located on the top of BriniHlone
Tlio new mine strike at Placer is
very rich. W'o don't know the names
of the parties but the ledge Is large.
They are running it tunnel to tap the
ledge at a greater depth.
('. I). Burnett made a trip down
Uravti creek hist week. Ho reports
lively times In that district. A good
many prniH!ctors are ill that vicinity.
We will soon have news to report
from that source.
Some of the Hugo farmer sowed
heat seed for hay crop They got
heat iu return. It. is always better
to sow good clean seed, cultivate tin
laud well then we can exiM ct a good
While passing (j. V. Chapins
ranch one day last week he had a
mower cutting liny ami hail two men
employed to throw the hay hack so
Ihe mower could do its work the hay
was so heavy.
With some of our young people they
have a iiiestion that u..les them. As
this certain class tines not "cad lip III
to I ; some ol these say it menus 111
babies to one deatlt; others say it
mean III working davs to one hnli
ay. These same jieople think of or
ganizing a party to explore our hill
for mineral as wo l ave a vast terri
tory that has been run over hi t not
it me t ourier Is the lending new-
pai r of our county it would li well
or the county to have several thou
ami copies of the pnH'r printed and
lid them east so the 'opIo w ill have
the new of Josephine county and its
People are through w ith the first
lifting of hay. Our merchants are
busier; the stage ha us many sseii-
ger a it can carry and no sickness
to romrt . W ide a Wake.
THE PERFECT I.IVDR MEDICINE.
.Mr. M. A. Jolley, Noble, O. T. ,
riles: "I have uetl llcrbine for a
number of year, and can clieerfullv
voinnieiul it a the most is-rfe t liver
Home, and the greatest blissl purl
Malaria cannot tlnd a loilcemeiit
iu the system while the liver is in
rfect order, fur one of it function
to prevent the absorption of fever
rodooing imisons. llcrbiiie is u most
Mlolent liver n guhtlor. ,'iiie at
lover Drug Co.
Fo" a lay liver try Chiimls-i -Iain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They in-
Igorate the liver, aid the digestion.
gulate the bowels and prevent
lions attacks. For wile bv all dim:
if what tlour will do. It will
double its weight iu bread. It
will make pure, white, delicious
loaves. It is more rcliaho aud
n ore economical than any oilier
oday ou the market. And it is
the housewife's favorite the e
plus ultra of family Hour What
more cau be said? Oct the
A. A. DAVIS.
' i eV T- M
I wrote to Doctor
Pierce, -who sent me
a very kind letter
and advised me."
Thousands of weak and sic k women
can trace the beginning of a new life of
perfect health to that letter written to
Sick and siting women are invited to
consult Dr. pierce, by letter, free. All
correspondence held as strictly private
and sacredly confidential. Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures
weak and aching larks, hea'laches, rierv.
ousness aud other womanly ailments by
curing the womanly diseases which cause
"In th. sprint: of looo I het-nme vr-rv ill,"
writr. Mr. Alvirua Kcnotti, nf ljike Within-.
tun. Iturur Co.. Minn., "my lank wit vrrv
weak anil achrtt Mi that I could ilo no work at
all. so I waa olilignl to inke to my bed. I h-lt s
f-otiatnnt (Inure to urinal" and the paiua tm
abdomen were slmoat uulritle. I wrote to
lr Fierce, who aent me a verv kinrf letter, and
advtaed me to take his Favorite Prescription
and 'Coldeii Medical Discovery.' I took aix
bottle of each and am a well womao now. 1
cannot aay enough in favor of Or. Fierce'a
" Favorite Prescription " makes weak
women strong, tick women well. Accept
no substitute for the medicine which
works wonders for weak women.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the
most desirable laxative for delicate
Reduced Summer Excursion
The Denver & Rio Grande, popu
larly known as the "Scenic Line of
World," has announced greatly
reduced round-trip rates from Pacific
Coast jKjiiits for tlio benefit of
teachers "who will sjieud their vnca
tion in tlio east, and of delegates to
E. A., at Boston; A. O. U. W., at St.
Paul; B P. (J. E, ut Bultimore;
Woodmen of America at Iudiumt-lis ;
Eagles at New York; Mystic Shrine
at Saratoga Spring; K. of P. at
Louisville, and T. P. A., at Indinii-
Tickets ut the reduced rates will bo
based uikiu one faro for the round
trip, but will be sold ou certain days.
Ineso tickets will carry stopover
privileges on the going trip, giving
passengers an opjiortuiiity to visit
Salt. Lako City, O leu wood Springs,
Colorado Spriugs and Denver; and
will bo good to return any time
within ninety (U0) days. Passengers
going via the Denver & Rio Grande
are given the privilege of returning
via a different route.
For the rate to the point you wish
to go, anil for dates of sale and other
particular, its well as for illustrated
liamphletK, write W. C. McBRIDE,
General Agent, 124 Third St., Port
A case camo to light that for jst-
sisteut and unmerciful torture bus
perhiti never been equaled. Joe
Goloick of Colusa, Calif, writes.
For li years I endured insurTeruble
mill, from Rheumatism and nothing
relieved me though I tried everything
known. I came across Electric Bitters
and it's the greatest medicine on earth
for that trouble. A few bottles ot it
ompletnly relieved and cured me."
Just a good for Liver and Kidney
trouble and general debility. Only
.Vic. Satisfaction guaranteed by
National Drug Store and Grants Pass
Excursion Rates I o Yaqulna Day
On June lt the Southern Pacflic
Co. will resume sale of excursion tick
els to NewiKirt. and Yauuina Bav.
Rati' from Grants Pass, ia This
popular resort has long been well and
favorably known to the js'tiple of
Western Oregon, and the low rates
offered should enable everyone to take
W. E. ('OMAN,
General Passenger Agent.
DR. Oi'N'NS' BLOOD AND
There is not a woman in thi land
but at some time in her life would
have l'cu the better for the uso of
this tonic. For diseases ls'culiar to
women, n better medicine was uever
made. It is comtKiseil ot the intire-
lienls from which the system ha
been deprived by disease, over-work
or diiimtiim. It enter at once into
the circulation, building up tiie
tissues that have been wasted, ami
making pure, rich blood in the most
lirect way. For weak, nervous and
unsteady people, pimply, tiule or
shies Hople, it will make strong
steady nerves and give the complex
ion that wholesome look that nidi
ale health. We have hundreds of
filers that JH'ople have written lis.
saying that they had gained in good
solid llfsh at the rate of one to three
IHiumls i-r week while using Dr.
Gutiu's Blood and Nerve Tonic. It
hoiild 1h taken after meals, one ol
two tablets each tune. Dnik'k'isis sell
r.V it Ih'X or three boxes fur
'J.00, or sent post paid on receipt of
price. We are glad to make reply
to letter of inquiry, the advice we
ivo yon ' is plain, and easily under
stood. Address Dr. Bosanko Co.,
hilatlelphiit, IV For sale by W, F.
Blackheads pimple, grvasy face
mid muddy complexions, which arc
so common among women, esscially
girl at a certain age, destroying
beauty, disfiguring and making repul
sive, features, which would other
wise apenr attractive and r.'tlned, in
dicate that the liver is cut of order.
An occasional dose of Herblne will
Icsnse the lsiwels, regulate the liver
and so establish a clear, healthy com- '
plcxion. ,MV at Slover lrug Cti. I
SURE CURE FOR I'll.KS. I
I'lhlng I'ilrt prod u re moistur and t
Cannes itehiiiit. This for in. as sell as
Blind, llleetlins or rrolrtuliiiK l'iles are
iure.1 hv Pr. Ito-ssn ko't I'ile Ketn.tlv.
Slta iU'hin( tnd iMnling. Ahorhs j
ttltnois. ?V ajar at I' usitiala, or sent j
bv mall. Trsalia (rev. Write in.'
about jour caw. Ir. ltjanko, I'luUda
la. Vat aal by W, F. K renter .
VERY REMARKABLE CURE OF
"About six years ago for the first
time in my life I had a sndden aud
severe attack of diarrhoea," say Mrs.
Alice Miller, of Morgan, Texas. "1
got teuijKirary relief, but it came
oacx again and again and for six long
years I have suffered more misery and
agony than I can telL It was worse Kiug's New Discovery wholly cured
than death, My husband sjient bun- me and I gained 68 pounds. " It'sab
dredsof dollars for physicians prescrip-1 solntely guaranteed to cure coughs,
tiona and treatment without avail, i colds, la Briime. bronchitis snd hII
r inally wo moved to Bosque county,
our present home and one day I hap
pened to see
an advertisement of
Colic, Cholera and
Diurrhoca Remedy with a testimonial
of a man who had been cured by it
The ease was so similar to my own
that I concluded to try the remedy.
The result was wondc-'rfol. I could
hardly realize that I was well agai.i,
or believe it could be so after having
suffered so long, but that one bottle
of medicine, cost ing hut a few cents,
cured me," For sale by all druggists.
NOTICE f UR PUBLICATION.
Tm. tier Land, Act June 3, 1S78.
United Slates Land Oilier,
Konbiirg, Oreuon, July 13, l'Jt):.
' No ice is hereby siven - that it
compliance with the provisions o
the art of Conitress of June II. I87H.
entitled "An set fur the hU! ol
limber lands in the S:'e ol Csldii-nis
Orei-nii, Nevada and Washington Terri
tory," as extended lo all ihe I'uhlii
Laud JStstes by set of Aiiuuat 4, IMI2
NELLIE M. AMKH
of Psrk Rivtr, County of Walsh, SUte
of North Ikois has this day filed in
this ortic e her sworn statement No. 51!lr),
for the purchase nf ihe of NEW snr
MV'W of N K 'a snd NE'a of NW'.i
(b tug Lots 2 and :!, snd r'.. NE'-4
Section No (i in Ton nship No. lib South.
Kan lie o. 6 IV, and will off-r proof tr
show llisl the land sought is more valu
able for its limber or stone than for agri
cultural purposes, snd lo establish hei
claim to ssid land before i O. Booth,
County Judge, at his office at Grant
Pass, Oregon, on M odav the 5 h day ol
O tuber, P.sJU. She names as witnesses:
Wesley B Sherman, -Susie K. Bttet,
William T. Turnliam, Burt Minna all ol
lirsnta Pars, Oregon.
Any and all wron claiming adverse
ly the above -described lands are re
quested lo lile their claims in this office
o.l oi before Baid filli day of OtMober l'.lOU.
J. T. oHiuuts, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Act June S, I87S,
United States Land Office,
Roteburg, Oregon, May 21, lJo:.
Notice is hereby given that iu com
pliauceailh the provisions ol the set o
Congress of June .". 1878, entitled "An
art Iu. the sale ol timber lands iu the
State of California, Oregon, Nevada
and Washington Territory" as extended
to all ths Public Land Stales by art oi
August 4 18P2,
WILLIAM P. CIIISIIOLM
nl Gold Hill, County of Jackson, Stale of
Oreiton ha this day tiled in this office
his sworn statement No. fiiilKI, for the
purchase of the N E'i ol Section No. 30,
in Tow nship No. 35 South, Range No. 4
W, ami will offer nroof to show that the
land sought is more valuable (or its
tiinb-r or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and lo establish his claim In
said land before Cha. Nirkell, U. S.
Commissioner, Mediotd, Otckoti, on
Saturday, the I5ih day ol August, pm.i.
tie name as witnesses.
John Owens, Jos. Whalen. of Winter.
Oregon; A. P. Estabrook. Fred Peninger
ol Gold Hill, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adverse
ly the above-dene rilied lands are re-
tpiested to tile their claims in this otlit-e
on oi before said ITith day of Annual
1003. J. T. Hiuimiks. Keuistcr
NOTICE Ft)R PUBLICATION,
Timber Land, Act Juim 3, 1878.
(United Stater and Office.
Roaeburg, Oregon, June 24, l!):l
.Mil ice is nereiiy given that, iu coin
I'liaiire with the provisions of the hc i I
Cougiesa of June 3, 1878, entitled " Am
ai t lor the sale nl timber land in lt.tr
Stales ol California, Oiegon, Nev.nl.1,
ami Washington Territory, " a ex
tended to all the I'uhli;- i.u:ul S ales bv
art ol August 4. ISif.',
A I.HKR r DRAGtiliO
of North Yakima, leunty ol Yakima,
Stale of Washington, hss lids day lile.l
in lliisollioe hit sworn statement No. All 1
for the pniehsse of the SE''4 ol Section
No. '.'il, in Township No. 34 Smith, Range
No a West, and will off r proof lo sho
that the land tunght is mure valuable
(or its timber or stone than Ur ug rt
cullural purposes, and lo rstab'ish
his claim to said land belnre .1. (I
Booth, County .Indue, at his ollice at
Omnia I'asa, Oregon, on Saturday the
nth dayof Septeinlstr 1003. lie name? as
llenty C. Moltiloth, of Grant I'ass,
Oregon, Charles E Wilder, North Yaa.
ma, Washinglon, Harry Keanler, Gr tut
Pass, Oregon, William .Mclul.isli, ol
Grants Pa, tlrtumi.
Any and all persun claiming udver-e
ly the aboye-ilescribed land are te
quested to tile their claims iu thi ollice
on or beloie sanl 5ih dav of September
1003, .1 T. llKIlniK. Rg'str,
The largest sum ever paitl lor a pr -srriptiou,
clisntreil hail. Is in San I-ran-cisco,
Auk. :), I!k). Tim transler m
vi.lvetl in coin and stock tlll',.'ili 0 i ai d
a paid hy a party of business men M
s iet-iHe for liritiht'a Disease and I ha
lietes, httherlu inrnrHlitt ttiresscs,
Tliey commenced the serum inveati.
Iialiuu of the specific Nov. 1.1, ItSXl.
1 hey mlervieaetl scores ol the cured
and tried il out ou its merits hy putt inn
over three tteteu esse on ihe treatment
anil wstelilnx thein. I I. ev also not ph)
strians lo name elironir, incutalile ease,
and administered it nith the ptivniiiau
fur illtlue. I'll to Am. L'.'i. S7 fer eetll
of life test cases were eilher well or
1 here betnjj hut thirteen per cent of
failures, (he parties were satittied and
closed the transaction, the proteeiliuKs
of the invesiialiiiK coinmittee and ttie
clini.-al reisirts ol the test esses wrre
pulilislied and s-tll lie mailed fiee cn
applies i'Mi. A. lilies Juiin J. t-ri.rn
Ci.sti-Av, -l.'O lloiilsoniery M, San r rau
A familiar name lor toe Chit sco, Mil
wanker A St. Paul Railway, knnwu all
ver the I'nion a the ttrcst Kailwa
inniiing the "Pumrs-r Limited" train
rveiy day anc ni.'lit between St. Paul I
and Chicago, an.) Oi.iaha and Chirit .
Tin only iierfrct trains in the world
I'liderstatnl : Culinecllons are made
with All Transcontinental Lines, ssjur
ing to pasM-ngt rs the bett service known.
Luiurlout coat lies, electric lights, tteatu
heal, of a verity equalled hy no other
Sen that your lieket reads via "The
Milwaukee'' when going lo any point in I
the I'nited rutet ort anada. All tick 1
et agents tell them.
For ratea, pamphlns or other infoi !
lll.tiitn ..1.1mm. i
w '.. ' t i-,,n i
Trav. fast. AnU tiantral Aent,
Ssuitie. Wami. 1Vtl.xi. Or
To Cr a Cultl In a Day. t
Tsk Uiativ. iirt.nto tuimns TaUlets !
All tlrutTiti'ts nrontl ttt nionty it It fails
to run. K. W. iriv'a lmaltir it on I
rath boi c. I
j NIGHT WAS HEK TEKKliB. j
1 "I would cough nearly all night
long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate,
of Alexandria, Iud. , "aud could hard
ly get any sleep. I had consumption
so bad that if I walked a block I
couglr frightfully and spit
but when all other medri L
blood, but. when all other medciues
failed, three tl.00 bottles of Dr.
throat and lung troubles. Price fiOc
and 11.00. Trial bottles free at
Nut ioual Drug Store nod Grants Pas
No man or woman in the state w ill
hesitate to speak well of Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablet after
once trying them. They always pro
duce a pleasant movement of tin
bowel, iniiirove the npts-tite and
strengthen the digestion. For sale
by all druggists.
Pacific Pine Needle Company. Locu
tion of nrinciiul place of business,
bun rranrisro, CuL Location of
Works, Grunts Pass, Oregon.
NOTICE There are delinquent up
on the following described stock on
account tif Assessment No. II, levied
on the first day of June, 1003, the
several amounts set opposite the
names of the rests dive shareholders,
as follow :
i e e-.
David A. Cords, Jr. 4
Mathilda Reluhardt Cords 31
D. A. Cords fli
Mathilda Reinhurdt Cords .")8
Mathilda Kciuhurdt Cords til
Mathilda Reiiiliardf Cords 28
Mathilda Reiiilmrdt Cords 20
M0 501 1
And in accordance with law and an
Older of the Board of Directors, made
on the First day of June. 10ti:i. so
many shares of each parcel of such
Stock as may be necessary' will be
sold nc public Auction at :!4-3Ct
Sutter street, San Francisco, Califor
nia, on Saturilay.the a.ith day of Jnlv
mw, at the hour of 2 o'clock n. m .
of said day, to pay Delinquent A
sessineut thereon, together with cost
of advertising uud expenses of the
M. R. CORDS, Secretary.
Offiro 3(i4-3illl Sutter St., San Fran
f vhit DR. JORDAN'S oct
MUSEUM OF NAT0HY
iisi iuiit n., iii riucuct, ml
""avuev., w ut cuaiuctad 1
kiMuaUMi ikm CM. (ml M .,
DR. JORDAN-DISEASES OF MEN 4
srxua aiiaiuyi ik u.t aWat
T" by M Ktnrt.
al Mf tor H s. t sa a-. a ...
fHtU rare tot nt. riar( ,d 1
- . OF U. IMttlai UaUAl Mia. I
km ' 1
MeriMl IL, I. P.
You Know What You Are Taking
When you take drove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic, because the formula is plainly print
ed on every liottle showing that it i sim
ply Iron and Quinine In a tasteless form
No Cure No, Pay. 50c.
Mrs. Fred Unr&.th,
Prt-altlrtit ( otlttlry 4'ltib, IWmloal
"After my first baby was born I did not
scrm to rrgain my strength althout;N the
dat:tor give m a tonic which h consid
ered very superior, but instead of (rttine,
bt'tr I t.rew weaker every day. My hus
band intiitrd that I take Wine of Csrdul
lor i week snd sec what it would do lor
me. I did tase the medicine and was very
grateful to lind my strength tnd health
slowly returning. In two weeks I was out
ef bed and in t month I was able to take
up my usual duties. I am very cnthusl
title In its praise."
Wine of t'ardui reinforces theoreans
of pent'ratit.n furtlte ordeal of preg
nancy nude hiliihirtli. It prevents niis
carriaire. No woman who takes Wine
of t'ar.lui need fear the coming of her
cliiitl. If Mr. I'nrath had taken
Wine of t'ardui liefure her bahyramc
she would net Lave been weakened as
he was. Her rapid recovery sbiul.l
commend llii preat renietly to every
eiptvUt't i.u.tlier. Wme of Cij-tlui
renlaten ll.e iuentnial flow.
I The Weekly Oreginian and the
Coi'nikk lih lor one year lor $2 in ad
vance 0. R. & N.
OKIX.OX SHORT LI XL
I XIOX PACIFIC.
-IT IS T11K
AM Mt ST
li .itie In all Kaslern sir.is vit l'ertlaikl
AH Titrsn-li Tieketi re:tdiny nv-r this nnite
are li."-! vi;t :
Malt I .like and 1)ii !.
Ti,ketou Siilr at Southern IVilk- IVi
Km ttiwit taa tivf ( wm
m CoMltttlM fra ma4 Mrt-T rt.t Tmmmmm.
T IWfMliy m hy laitf A (rs In ,tr rTT.
i MUertakt. Vnf tm r Hll.tkalUPli ,
f . MAtLao rata, (a fi-w bk
x mi mr. lui m tnti
f OR JORDAN a 00., 10(1
IwfabryK. it . Ten C,, ct B.,
notice for publication.
Timber Land, Act Jiineo, 1 IS7M.
it'Mebur, Or'gm, June 21, lt0.l.
Notice is b-i hy given that in c iii-iit-Mtiee
a itli t h- provision r.f the Brt of
Co" tress of June .!, 1S78, entitled "An
act fertile ic limber land in Ihe
i , i , ' , " ""!
' "J.? t 'l'. i
Stales i-f t'j.i-nr ii, 'Irenon Nevads.
toallthM PuVii: Ijt'.d Slates bv set oi
August 4, Wit.
CHAHLES E WILDER
of North Yakima. County ol Yakima.
State of Washington, ha this day tiled
in this ollice his sworn at ttetnent No.
.-.ji- r.. 1 1... i. . i .i. - s- l-i -
I"11- i"i ir iun imfci uie r. 4 ll -?etT-I
t... V.. -n an T v.- ..i - i.
- -v ill lot !l- i u u. .,-t isUUVII,
Range No 5 West, and will offer proof
to shew that Ihe land sought is more
valushV lor It limb.-r or stone than for
sgiicullural purpurea, and lo establish
In claim ti said land la-fore J. O. ltooln.
Cniihtv Juda-e, at hi- office nt Grants
I'as. Oiegon, on Satnnltv, ihe 5'h day
ol September, 100.1. lie nam, a as wit
Albert Dragtro. o' tfonh Yakima,!
i s-uinsi. m ; iienrvt;. Mcintosh, Harry
Kissler, W illiam Mcintosh, all ol Grants
Am and all persons claiming adverse
lv ihe sbriVH-descriled lands are re
quested In file their claims in this office
on or before s.titl oth day ol September
I'JO.i. J. T. llHIl tlKS, H.'lilster
ASK THE AGENT FOR
ST. PAUL. DULUTH, MlNNEAPOLIJ,
and all points' east
l 'As r 'i iii-;
NKW FIJI IPMK.NT THKOl tillOtl
liy Coaciies, fatal e antl Tourist
slreiei. Illnlng ami Ituflet
Mil. kin C l.llirai) Cars.
Oajllglii trip tbri.nuli Hie t'ascatlr
antt ll-iek) .lliiiiiiiaina.
For full ptirticulars, rate, foltlem, etc.,
cull on oi address
II. DICKSON, c T. a .
J- W. l'HALON, i. e. a.
taa Third Rireet, Pot ilatxl.
A. B. C. DENNISION, G. W. P
612 Firtt Avenue Seattle
Phone Ore. East 64
THE H. C.
SAW MILLS, etc.
THE SCENIC LINE
Through Salt Lake City, Le.dville. Pueblo, Colorado Springs, tnd Denver, tnd the
famous Rocky Mountain Scenery by Daylight to all Points East.
3 FAST TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN OGDEN AND DLNVErT3
MODERN EQUIPMENT. THROUGH PULLMAN AND TOUR
ISTS LEEPlNG CARS AND SUPERB DINING CAR SERVICE,
For at(s, folders ai.d other
Visil.le Writing, Simple Mechanism,
lVtm.t,H-t True Alienment an.
High-Class Machine Sold for $75.00
E. F, Bumpus, Manager,
-.1--.'10 Wil,n llo,-k cor. S
Courier and Oregonian $2 a year
A . , a to .
This has long been regarded as one
of the most dangerous aud fatal di
seases to which infants, are subject. It
cau be cured, however, wheu properly
treated. All that is necfasary is to
give CliamDeriain a uolic, Uholera
d Diarrhoea Remedy and caster oil.
give I liamoeriaiu s uoiic, Cholera
directed ' with each bottle, aud a
cure is certain. For sale by all drug
All dlaaaaaa nt riSn.
Bladder, Urinary Orsant.'
Also RheumatUm. Back
Dropsy, Femaio Troublet.
Don't become discouraged. There It a
cure for you. it necessary write llr. l'enner
It In ii..t a llto time ettrlnejust tucb
cuusssyuurs. All cunsuliutiuua Free.
-niirltt mnntlts In bed, neavy backache,
pain mid soreness aeniss kidneys, also rite u
tiiatlsiu. Utlit-r reinetlles tulletl. Dr. Fen
ner s Kidney uud Uaekarlie Curo cured lue
completely. U. WATEUS, Hamlet, N. Y."
Druyirlsts. Mr., tl. Ask forCtsik H.sik-Free.'
For sale by W. F. Kremcr and H. A.
Bel. n,wthorne Ave ,nd Morri,OB st
ALBEE CO. "
Avenue. (Oast Side)
- - Oregon
taa Thi.. bt.
utiaranteed to equal
Tht Chicago Typewriter Co.
5i2-5'4 Market St.
Speed Fxcellent fo;f xa-
Durability at a Fair Price.
Lot Angeles. California
lrinj and Firtt Street.
?d a Half Million