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During the "Red Letter
By Business Men
of Grants Pass
JX. C. FINDLEY, M. D.
Practlc limited to
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT,
and fitting of glasses.
Office hours 9 to 12; 2 to 6; and on ap
pointment. Telephones 201 and 77.
Giants Pass, - - .Owtuo
1)RS. DOUGLAS & DOUGLAS,
S. U. DOt U LAI AA B. DOUULAi, M.D.
Physician and Diseases of Women
Burgeon. and Children.
Phone 631. R. 1051.
Cor. Sixth and E streets.
Grants Pass. - - Okeoon
)R. F. M. LONG WELL
Treats all Nervous and Spinal Dis
casus, Hhoumatisra and Stomach Trou
ble. A specialty made of female I'is-
Oltioo: Colonial Lodging Ilouao,
front room GrantH Pass, Ore.
)R. S. J. SEATON
Hliuim Hatha. Alcohol Hub. All d in
eases treated. Hospital cure given to
all who wish It. Kheumatlsm cured in
IIh worst form. Advice Iron.
Opposite Court House, lloura B to 9
Gkants Tabu. Orsoon
JARL V. INGELS
ASSAYER AND CHEMIST.
All work guaranteed accurate and re
Ollloe opp. P. O. Phone 1003.
Gkants 1'ahh, OuaoiiN.
, D. NORTON,
Practice In all Slate and Federal Courts.
Offloe in OiHira House Hulldlng.
Guants Pahs, Ohkoon
, C. HALE,
Office over First National Bunk,
Uhanth Pahs, - Ohkoon.
AND A11HTU ACTOR
Practice in State and Federal Court.
Office on tlth and C streets oppoitilo
Court House. Phone WW.
Uhanth Pahh, Ohkoon
A. C. HOUGH,
Practice! in all Statoand Federal Courts
Office over Hair Riddle Hardware Lo.
GaANTa Pah, Ohkoon
J. H. AUSTIN,
Kchiiv .... Ohkoon
Palace Barber Shop
IIATF.S A WILLIAMS, Proprs.
Shaving, Hair (Jutting
Hat lis, i:tc.
Kwiylhlng iii't i Hiul clean and a
work r Irsl-l lass.
J. E. PETERSON
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
Agent Dig- Horn IIiihIii Laud Co.,
Wyoming. Anchor Wire Kciico.
II. I. nolila
l. J. I. aw ten
Reynolds S Lawton
Civil and Mining
MEN AND SURVEYORS.
N. i:. McliKliW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
Kiirnlliirv and Piano
GRANTS PASS, 0REGC.
The Popular Barber Shop
(lit vuur toioorial woik done .t
On Sixth Sttcet Tlitco ih.i' -Math
Hooiu in coniuH'llon
Do Nut Bt Impoitd I'poa.
Foley 1 Co., Chicago, originated
1 lotit'T and Tat an a throat aud lung
remedy, and on aivount of the griat
merit aud popularity of r-oley's Honey
aud Tar many mutations are ottered
for the genuine. Ask fur Foley's
Honey aud Tar aud refuse any sub
atltuie ottered as uo other preparation
will give the name satisfaction. It in
mildly laxative It couiaiii no
ppiale and is safest for cbililreu aud
it 1 u Hie persona. For sale by II. A.
Tako Laxative BrOIllO Quinine Tablets. C?
Ssvsa MiinoB ton sou ia siu 13 nontha. This signature,
UNSEEN DANGER IS ON OUR TRACK
From th tluw of our birth till we He
down for the lartt tlm.
Tlt beet dejeitae from the dangers of
awaits is vi (for ot
body and activity
of the natural func
tion. The Mud of am
tUUtnc is I in jx.r tr
ail t. It miiKt not
tn ntlmulation for
that Kivftt hut tem
porary cfffct, and
the reaction U morn
Take fl Umic oiih
that will rfl-Mtht-IIkIi
tlon and al in na
tion and prove a roconitrurtlve rathfr
than a promoter of wantn. Thli will ire
ntttftrt u uir rhanve to put lo motion
normal work of repair and thou building.
Sw.H a Umir was grown In Natur
Laboratory, hidden In the ground and
brought thnnce forty yearn ago by Dr.
ft. VT Pierre, who hat made the treat
merit of lingering d I wane hl II fi-long
study and rare.
He n-M glyceric extrarta Inntead of
alcoholic one, exactly proportloncl and
comhlnnd by proet'&Hea of hU own Inven
tion, II rut uhh1 In hit private practice and
now given out frtwdy to the world In bin
(Jo Id tin Mwllral iMHCovery,'' w hlch n
com potted of Oolden Seal rHt, CJueen'i
root, Suneroot, Itlack (,'herry bark, Jtlood'
root and Mandrake root.
Mrs. A. T. Jones, of KM Have HtrtU Han
P rait cIsco, Csl.. wrltsi mAu a child I wis
dulli-ste. and gmst care wss tsken of me
bocsuiH stm iff di rulatlre bsd died of
cotifturnptloti. sltlioutfh mjr fstlmr sod mother
wr bualtby. I grvw up with only the or
dinary dlftau&nm uf sll chlldirn, hut almut
twn ynsrs nun I nrntrsctwd s sevre cold,
whli'b would not yield to Huch h oniv-trust
niftnt u wan bsndy. loctom wvru tried, but
sfter thruu months of this tmitmwil I wss
only worse.. Then I wsn sdvlml to try I p.
Plurce's (i'lldcn MimIIcsI Ilsi'ovury, snd srn
glsd lo nsy Hint thru bottle not only cured
me of th colli snd convh, but msde me fee)
better than I ertr hsd herom. I will slwsyi
bnrn a boll le of thin inellcliie In the Iioum."
JTV. TheM tiny, suffarrnatfd sntl
tiUloim grsnulee rgultj snd
XaAvlrv liiTlgorate Htooiacb. Llvtr snd
wr nuW(, rKin(tU-getthe"illl
hsblt," but curf contlpston. One or two
each dsy for s Irtisilvtt snd regulator, thie
or four for an sctlv csthsrtlc, tnce tried
slwsyx In fnvor. Put uu in vlaiat aiwajn
frtMh and rvJlshla.
Boainoaa la good it Plaoer.
Our hotel la being rnuovatod.
There wai a pleimant dance here
but Saturday night.
Stock ia doing well uotwithatand
ing the long dry antll.
Some of our ouojilo will take in the
Portland fair next week.
The ateaiu nhovel in laid up for
rojiaira. They have been working 12
hoars a day aud Sundaya a I no. We
think the above! got hot aud needed a
A force of u.eu are at work on the
Yellowboru and alito tlio Vulcau
quartz niiuei. We ouderntaud both
uiluea are owned by the i-anie l.rty
A large amount of aunpliea are be
ing sent down the creek for the
different milieu. T. J. Maekin haa
two delivery teams that are kept
busy tilling ordura for the country.
Col. IllaiHdell haa reauiupd work on
hia big ditcli ou lower Urave Creek.
It la a big undertaking, bat ax the
Colonel ii a hnatler he will have
thiiiga ready by the time the raiim
A Hubiitaiitial wagou bridge w ill be
lioilt acme Urave creek uear the
mouth of Poorinau creek. A good
deal of pronwctiug ia being done in
tliat vicinity and several ledges
have been found.
We are having a little cloudy
weather witli only a light sprinkle of
rain. The tires are Mill burning in
the hills, but so far no itamage has
been done. A good rain would put
out all the tires. TIiIn haa beeu the
dryest summer for many years.
Frank Kosa, superintendent of the
Columbia mine, has the ditlies cleared
and ia alMint ready for Die wiuter's
rnu. Allen Lewis ia rusticating at
the mine, lie says it ia pleasaut to
live in tlie country, where one can see
nature in all its glory. Mr Lewis
has several iinirt. mines near Placer,
but is not doing much witli them "t
present. Wide Awake.
THKi.E JIR.0KS CUEu
01 Cholera Morbui With Ont Smill Bottle of
Chmbrliin't Colic, ( holcra and
Mr. U. W. Kowler of Hightower,
Ala, relntiH an experience he had
while serving on a petit jury in a
murder cise at Kdwardsvillc, county
i at of Clehiiurne county, Alabama.
He says: "While there I ate some
frc.li meat and some souse meat and
it gxve me chuleia morbus in a very
tevcro form. 1 was never more sick
111 my life and sent to the drug store
for a certain cheh ra mixture hut the
ilri.tK'"' Kl'iit me a bottle if Chamber
lain's Col,c Cholera and lharrhoea
Keiin dy inrttcad saying that he had
what 1 sent (or t ut that this medicine
was so imi"h heller lie would rather
m l t it to me in (lie fix I was in. 1
took out dose of it and was better in
tlw minutes. The second dose cured
me cntirelv. Two fellow Jurors were
alllicted id the same maimer and one
'.' cent bottle cured tiie three of ua "
Kor sale hy all druggists.
Oot Oil Chup.
He mav well think he has got off
cheap who liter having contracted
cotmiuttion or iiuligcMiou is Mill
able to pctficlly re-lore Ins health.
Nothing will do this hut l'r. King's
New Lite Pills. A iinck pleasant
and certain cure for headache, con
stiiuttion. etc. '.V' at ail drug stores ;
To Cure a Cold in One Day
GRANTS PASS THE
Proposed Change Over Siskiyou
Would Leave Aahland and
Medford Off Main Line.
There baa been con-iderable apace
in the newipapera oi this section re
cently given to a proposed change In
the route of the Southern Pacific
railroad over the Siskiyou mountains.
The Ashland Tidings, nnder date of
September 18, in an article anent the
'It Is s fact, however, patent to
anyone familiar witli me country,
or who ia capable of reading the con
tours of a map that if a suitable sito
for tonneiing a railway passage
through the Bisklyoua could be found
west and loath of Ashlaud and Wag
ner Iiutte with proper ' approaches
from the California side, the new
line would, from every conlsderatiou
of economy and grade, be carried
down the Little and Big Applegate to
Grants Pass or a point near there, or
if it approached any town this side of
the Pass, it vould probably be Jack
aouville and thence ou to Central
Poiut or uear there. In either case,
Mdfnrd would be left far off the
main line. It can be said in candor
aud witli troth, that the only feasi
ble change of the existing line across
the Siskiyous to the south an I west
of oi which woold leave Ashland off
to the aide would alio abaudou Med-'
ford and would compel the ahaudou
meut of the place for the new sta
tion." Art You Engsgcd 7
Kugagud people should remember,
that after marriage, mauy quarrels
can be avoided, by keeping their di
gestions in good condition with
Kleotrlo Hitters. 8. A. Brown, of
Beunettsville, S. C, says: "For
years my wife suffered intensely from
dyspepsia complicated with a torpid
liver until she lost her strength and
vigor and became a mere wreck of tier
former self. Then she tried Electric
Bitters which helped her at once and
Anally made her entirely well. She is
now strong aud healthy." All drug
gists sell and garautee them at oOc
LIBRARIES FOR VILLAGES
How Thev Are to Be Secured
From the State Commission
The Oregon Library comuilBsion
created by the last legislature
lias been given a number of traveling
libraries which it can loan to library
associations in farming communities
aud all villages. Kacli ol these
libraries contains AO volumes of in
teresting aud wholesome books. It
will remain iu a couinmuiiity for six
months aud must then be returned to
the Commission, to he exchanged for
another. Wjllen, Jackson comity, is
one of the first rural communities to
take advantage of the opportunity
thus to secure a public lihrnrr.
To secure these lihiaries the people
of the community must tirst orpin ize
a lilrary association which shall in
clude at least ten tax payers. They
most elect a secretin t, who may also
act as librarian, and who shall he
'authorized to' act as the agent of the
association in dealiug with the com
mission, receiving and returning the
libraries, arranging for its location
and for loaning the boots.
The Secretary and President of the
association shall make application for
a library on a blank furnished hy
the commission. The applicant must
promise to provide shelves in a suit
able place; to circulate the hooks to
nil responsible people in the commu
nity free of charge; to open the
library for circulation ol hooks at
hast once a week ; to take good cure
of the books, being held rcHuihl
fur payment for lost or injured hooks,
to pay transportation charges to and
from the ottice of the commission.
(Linrarles will be sent hy freight in
strong packing holes. 1
The money for these libraries has
been giveu to the commisricii by peo
ple who are particularly interested in
having them go to small place". The
tlrst applicants and those which will
make the bet use if the lilriries
will receive the libraries.
1 he uuiuher of libraries Is smull
and the stilt!" large. There ore early
application i desirable. While the
uumhir of free libraries ia at present
somewhat limited the commi.sion
will make any place a permanent
station to receive two libraries a year
for at least live years, if it will add
one traveling library to the state
system. This means that an line I
rut'iit of -"'0 will bring .00 worth of
hooka and that the community will
haven the use of all the libraries
given l,i the commission.
For further information write to
toe Seen tary of tiie Oregon Library
i'omiui!.ioii at the Capitol, Salem.
Remember that this Commission was
created hv the legislature to aid public
aud school libraries and to manage a
system of traveling libraries.
to. Two Dsyk
V Z or. -svery
s&y7Vv box. 25c.
THE SECRET OF SUCCESS
No, Strt Von esnnot palm off snv utihttttntes
on inr. i Te I n miiiii n uki . .
1 was a buy, aud I'll have no other."
qi-'orty million bfjttlesof August Flower
sold in the Tinted Status alone since its
introduction ! And the demand for it is
still growing. Isn't that a fine showing
of success? Don't it prove that August
Flower has had unfailing success in the
cure of indigestion and dysjwpsia the
worst enemies of health and haopiness?
Iocs it not afford the Iwst evidence that
August Flower is a sure specific for all
stomach and intestinal disorders f that it
is the best of all liver regulators
tTAitgust Flower has a matchless record
of over years in curing the ailing mil
lions of "these distressing complaints, s
q Tivo sizes. 25c and 75c. All druggists.
Var Hale by lr. J. C. Hmlih.
Cured ot Ume Back Alter 15 Years of
"I had beeu troubled with lame
hack for 15 years aud I found a com
plete recovery iu the use of Chambei
laiu's Pain Balm" says John G.
Bislier, Uilliam, Ind. This liniment
is also without an equal for sprains
and bruises. It is for sale by all
STATE CROP REPORT
General Summaiy of Crop Con
ditions for the State.
U. S. Department of agriculture,
Climate and Crop Bulletin of the
Weather Bureau, Oregon Section, for
iIih week ending Monday, September
The long dry spoil was broken on
the 12th by good raius which fell
generally in the western and northern
portions of tlio State. These rains
were supplemented by showers in
scattered places ou the lath, Kith aud
17th. Some fall plowing aud seeding
has beeu done, hut the soil ia not soft
enough for this work to become
geueral. Light frosts occurred iu ex
posed places on several days, but they
did uo harm.
Hop picking is nearly completed
aud the crop is turning out better
than expected. The rains did uot in
jure the hops hut they were detrimen
tal to prunes, the picxing and drying
of which are well advanced. Reports
iudii ate that the prune crop will be
larger than Inst year, but much loss
than a full crop. Late apples are
ripening and indicate from fair to
Com is nearly ripe aud it ia a good
crop. i'otatoes are generally free
Iroui blight and the prospects for a
good yield of potatoes is much better
than it was before the raius set in.
Given Up to Die
B. Spiegel, r.'l4 N. Virginia St.,
Kvumville, Ind., writes: "For over
five years I war troubled with kidney
ami bladder alTectious which caused
me hid h lain and worry. I lost
tlesti and was all run down, and a
year ago had to abandon work eu-
j tirely. I had tlir e of ilie best physi
j clans ulio did me no good and I was
I practically given up to die. Foley's
j Kidney Cure was lecommended and
the tirt bottle gave me great relief,
and after Inking the secoud bottle I
I was entirely cured." For sale hy
1 II. A. lioteriuuiiil.
Cattle Ranch For Rent. 1
IIJO acres ou Scvin-Mile creek about
live niilei outhwcit from Fort
Klamath, Oregon. All fenced, house,
large kirn, ample water supply, will
cut about !0 tons wild hay. Address, 1
with reiereiices. 1'. O. Box No. M3,
B rautilul Women.
Plump cheeks. Hushed with the
oft glow of health and a pure com-!
ph xion, imike all women beautiful, j
T.ike a sin 11 11 dose of Herbiue after :
each meal, it will preveiit cousti
p.i(iou and hilp digest what you have
eateii. ."Hie Mrs. Win. M. Stroud, I
Midlothian, Texas, writes. May 31, I
I SMI : "We have used Herbiue iu our;
family for eight years, and found it I
the best medicine we ever used for!
constipation. lulious fever and1
nnUria.' For sle p.v Rotermuud
ind Vodel IVug Store.
like find inn Monty.
Find ng In a. th is like rinding mon' y
so think those who are sick.
When yen have a rough, cold, sore
throat, or chest irritation, better act
promptly like W. C. Harber of Sand
Level, Ya. He says: "I had a ter
rihl'i chest trouble, caused by smote
and coal dust 011 my lungs; but after
rinding no reluf in other reme ies,
was cried hv llr King s New Dis
covery for t'oiinmiptiou. Coughs and
'"ohtf." Greatest sale of any congh
or luug melieine iu the world. At
all druggists: ."xV aud 1.00; guaran
tied. Trial bottle free.
- . . : t. l.uK- civon. that the
ouuo j b" ...
Connty Court will accept sealed bids
. J m r l S!. 4nil
for the erection oi a Dries uouu.j y..
I : 1 .1 i .Mnrilin tt STVl flcat lt'DP
on file in the County Clerk offioe.
..... u I , : , k. Ik. Pnnnt.
aid Dlas to rje niea vim
Clerk on or before the 9th day of
October, l'JOS, at 9 o'clock A. M.
of said day, said bids to rje openeu ai.
10 'clock of said Uth day of October,
19u5, at the place of meeting of the
The Connty Court reserves the
right to reject any and all bids and
i he successful bidder will be required
s-n . n si rt A ron f A tn the CountT
Coort a bond in the anm of $500 for
the successful compieiiou m
.......'im ' ilb
(Too late for last week.)
We were aroused Monday night
from onr dreams by load roaring of
thuuder and the lightning flashed at
the windows, as though aeekiug ven
gence, euding with a delightful
shower which settled the dust much
to oar satisfaction.
A gloom was shed over the neigh
bors Friday eveuing on learning of
the death of one of our old-time
neighbors and friends, James Leon
ard, ou Thursday eveuing about 8
o'clock. He was driving a team to
the baler, when the double tree bioke
and let the shaft fir back, striking
him in the stomach. It was thought
that life was extinct when he was
discovered, but another day was ad
ded to bis life. The following even
iug he was oalled to the beyond from
which uo traveler ever returns. He
leaves a wife aud four little children
together with friends and relatives to
mourn their loss.
This surely is a year set apart for
accidents, in this valley as there has
never been known so many. As Mrs.
Thompson and her daughter, Daisy,
were starting to Kerby just a few
davs aso. the horBe ran awav throw
ing them out aud painfully injuring
A Cold Settled in His Kidneyr
A. J. Jenuesse, 9301 Butler St
Chicago, writes: "I am a switchman
and am ont in all kinds of of
weather. I took a cold which set
tled in my kidueya and I was iu bad
shape. I tried several advertised
remedies with uo benefit, until I
was recommendod to try Foley's Kid
nv Cure. Two-thirds of a bottle
cured me." For sale by H. A. Roter
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUIN
INE Tablets. All druggists refund
the money of it fails to cure. E. W.
Grove's signature is no each box. 25c.
Canada has twice as much standing
timber as the United States.
If you have a building
that you want moved,
raised or levelled up,
call on or address
A. E. Holloway.
Residence 2 miles w est of city
north side of river.
HI' PAY HOT?
Owi Your On Home
I have a modern 9-rootn j
house including pantry and j
bath, on sewer line, close in,
porch Sx28; small payment in
cash or property. Also 4
room box house, same terms,
Sixth and L streets. 1
Team and wagen for sale. j
J. D. DRAKE.
rhone 484. Grants Pass, Ore.
We will pay One Hundred
Dollars reward for information
leading to the arrest and con
viction ot auy person breaking,
shooting or throwing at the
Insulators on our Electric
Condor Water & Power
Ely's Cream Balm
This Remedy is a Specific,
Sure to Clve Satisfaction.
CIVEI RELIEF AT ONCE.
It cleanses, soothes, herds, and protects the
diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh and
drives away a Cold in the Head quickly.
Restores the Senses of Tote and Kni-ll.
Easy to nso. Contains no injurious drugs.
Applied into the n.wtriU and absorbed.
Urge Size, 8') cents nt Prugists or by
mail: Trial Size, 11) ce-its by 1 :aiL
ELY BROTHERS. 56 V3.tci "!.. New York.
Cured oi Bright'i Disease,
'jleo. A. Sherman, Lisbou Red
Mills, Lawrence Co., N. ., writes:
1 had kidney disease for many years
aud had beeu treated by physicians
for 13 years; had taken a well kuowu
kidney medicine aud other remedies
that were recommended but got uo
relief until I began using Foley's
Kidney Cure. Tiie first half bottle
relieved me and four bottles have
cured me of this terrible disease. Be
fore I began taking Foley's Kidney
Cure I had to make water about every
15 miuutes, day and night, and passed
brisk-dnbt substance, aud sometimes
slimy substance. I believe I would
have died if I Imd not taken Fo ey's
Kidney Cure." For sale by H. A.
Machinery For Sale.
A 15 H. P. Rufsell engine, a No.
4 centrifugal pump, 200 feet fi-inch,
double riveted pipe, 50 feet 6-inch
pipe, 1A0 feet fi-iuch belting, milking
a complete irrigating, or pumping
plant. Also a turbine waterwlircl,
pulley aud gears. All at a bargain.
All kinds of machinery bought,
sold and listed.
Grants Pass Iron & Steel Works.
Every part ol the mucous membrane
of the nose, throat, ears, head and
lungs, etc., are subjected to disease aud
blight from neglected colds. Bal
lard's Horehonud Syrnp is a phumnt
aud effective remedy. 25c 50c $1.00.
W. Akeudrick, Valley Mills, Texas,
writes: "I have used Ballard's
Horehound Syrup for coughs aud
throat troubles; it is a pleasant aud
most effective remedy." For Mil by
Kotermund aud Model Drug Store.
Baa HioihI the Test of US Years.
The old, original GROVE'S Tasteless
Chill Tonic. You know what you are
taking. It is iron and quinine in a taste
less form. No cure, no pay.
Typewriter agent. A.
FARMERS FEED STABLL
J. E. KEULEY, 1'noiR.
Lust sttthlo south on Sixth street.
Room undor cover for 150 horses an'
40 wagons. liox stalls. CoithI) 1 n
Only tho best hay, clean grain a'lJ
alfalfa fed. Rolled barley und otl rt
grain. No diseased horses allowed. Pi .
running wator, and trough clean r"
Waiting room and toilet room whi it
ladies can leave wraps and urracgi.
Prices reasonable and best care git 1
Wood Working Shop.
West of flour mill, near k. R. track
Turning, Scroll Work. Stair Work, Hand
Sawmg.l'al.inet Work, Wood I'ulirvs. Saw
Filing and gumming, liepainng all kinds
E. A. WADE
Front Street, west Palace hotel
GRANTS PASS, ORE.
MAR1JLE AND GRANITE WORKS
J. It. I'AllllOCK, Proprietor.
1 am Dretiared to furnish arvllin.. I.. i;.. f i- u : L-i,.l
of Marble or tiranite.
Nearlv thirty years of experience in the Marblt business warrants my (i"it
that 1 can fill your orders in the very best manner.
Can lurnish work in Scotch, Swede or American Uranite or any kind ol
Front street, next to (ireene's liunshop.
Dr. Schuolor's Alterative & Xoosniisiiis Cures J
All Female Disorders, do matter if given up by your
physician. For sale by
ltOTlCltMrisn, DniifiriMt. I
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
The Board of Equalization for Jose,
phine County, Oregon, will meet at
the office of the County Clerk, Mon
day, October 2, 11)05, at 9 o'clock A.
M., nnd will remain in session each
successive day for one week. All
parties interested are request-id to ap
pear aud examine their assessments for
the year 11)04 and have all errors
corrected if any there be, as no cor.
rectionB can be made after the ad
journment of said board.
W. H. FALLIN,
Assessor of Josephine County, Ore.
Grants Pass, Ore., Sept. 6, lHtiS.
Iu the Connty Court of the State of
Oregon, for the County of
Iu the matter of the )
Estate of William
Seifert, Dooeased. )
To the unknown heirs of and all
persons interested in the estate of
William Seifert, deceased, greeting:
In tlio name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby cited and required to
appear in ti e County Court of the
State of Oregon, for tiie County of
Josephine, at the Court room thereof,
at Grants Pups iu the County of
Josephine, ou Moudny, the ninth day
of Octobe-, 1 'J0.", at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon of that day then aud
there to show cause, if any, why an
order should not be grauteJ to Jose
X. Nelson, the administrator of the
estate of William Seifert, deceased,
to sell the real estute of the said
deceased, at private sale, consisting
of the north half of lots numbered
Five (5) and Six (ti) iu Block num
bered Thiity-three (!)3) of the Origi
nal Towu ot Grants Pass, Josehpiue
Comity, State of Oregon.
Witness, the Hon. J. O. Booth,
Judge of the County Conrt of the
State of Oregon for the County cf
Josephine with the seal of said Court
alh'xcd, this 5th day of Sept., A. D.,
AtDost: S. F. CHESHIRE, Clerk.
Iu the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Josephiue Couuty.
Grants Pass Kurd ware 1
Co., a Cjrporatiou,
E. D. Weston, Harry I
Wet sou and Elmer
Weston, partners do
ing husincsa as Wes
To E. D. Weston, Hurry Weston and
Klnier Weston, Defendants.
In the name of the State of Orecon,
you are hereby required lo npprar and
answer the complaint filed against
yon iu the above entitled action
within six weeks from the date oi the
tirst publication of this summons,
which is September 22, 111(15, to-wit:
ou or before November ,'ld, 11HI5, and
you w ill take notice that if you fail
to appear and answer or otherwise
plead within said time, the plaintilf,
for want thereof, will lakn judgment
against yon for tho sum oftlUl.lt
with interest thereon tiom June 3d,
1105, at the rale of ti per cent per an
num aud for the costs aud disburse
ments of this action to be taxed, aud
for an order to sell the property at
tached herein and to apply the pro
ceeds thereof ou such judgment.
This summons' is published pur
suant to bu older of the Hon. J. O.
Booth, Cuunty Judge of Josephiue
County, Oregon, niado and entered on
the IHth day of September. P.I05, re
quiring this summons to be published
for six successive weeks.
C. E. MAYBEE,
Attorney for Pluiuliff.
Iu The Justice's Court for Kerhy
Precinct, Connty of Jospehine,
State of Oregon.
T. (). Naucke aud !
.1. F. Stith,
John F. Coch
ran, Defendant J
To John F. Cochran, the above named
Iu the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear iu
the above entitled Court, at the otlice
of the Justice of -he Peace for Kirby
Precinot, County of Josephine, State
of Oregon, ou or before six weeks
from the date of the tirst publication
of tliis -uuuuons, aud to unswer the
complaint tiled iu the above entitled
cause, aud if you fail so to appear aud
answ. r,. the phtiutiff will take judg
ment against you lor the sum of
i.M.04 and for cost aud disbursements
of this action, and will at I lie mine
t iine apply to the court for an order
for the sale of personal property
heretofote attached iu this action a
list of which is set forth in the return
of the constable cf said priciuctou
the original writ of attachment aud
duly tiled iu aid court and cause.
This stiiumoiiB is published by the
order of E. V. Meissuer, Esq., the
Justice of the Peace for the said pre
cinct, made the 14th day of Septeui
her A. D. 11)05. ordering that the said
summons be published iu the Hogne
Kiver Courier, a newspaper published
at Grauta Pass, in the County of
Josephine, Slate of Oregon, and that
said puhlication be made for six suc
The date of the flrft publication of
this tummons is September the 2-M,
l'.iO"), aud the dale of the last publica
tion thereof aud the last in which
you are p-rmitted to answer is
November 3, l'.iOo.
J H. AUSTIN,
Attoruey far Plaintiffs.
Mining blauks of all kinds at the
I Courier ofiicw.
I A. U. BANNARO UNOIHTAKIH.