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0vU3 RiVBR COURIER, ORaNTS PASS, oivoGON, SEPTEMBER 21, 1906.
Beautiful lacateel 1. P--41--J
ntoriea. Horbariaa ud Mio.nl Cabinet The
JirnjiMd ohW Ladle.' Seminar "tbVrJJl
Nortaweet, it ) , ) J '
socially and educ.tlon.llr (or th. mort ,1 2
station. Confers Academic ud Collect?
Stat. AhoritT. Interference "tte!
i ZJ", rf- ""d 'plriBf tcenlc idTM-
..ii-iss. Social opportunltie, ,uch aa in aTaillbU
rj no other city on th. Cot. Buildinn larr. ,nj
j , J commodious well-liehted. heated nd"0til.tedT
I I ormltoriM and prime room, .applied wit, all
, . S modern convenience.. Th. in.titution la liberal
Tt"5 PiT withoot eacrificing th. character
, ffnd tradition, of an and achievement. Term.
! - . nodt. Satiiiactory reference, required. Write for
?. i announcement booklet. Board and tuition $180 per
J year. AddreM SisterSuperior. St. Mary'. Academy
(PORTLAND, OREGON, U.S.A.
If you have a building
that you want moved,
raised or leveled up,
call on or address
A. E. Holloway.
Residence 2 miles west of
city, north side of river.
State Normal School,. Monmouth
respond euce invited.
J. B. V.
N. E. McGREW,
TRUCK and DELIVERY
Jafurnlture and Piano
GRANTS PASS, OREGON.
pfquipmenf $U",000Wv unsurpassed
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;nrollmenl,Au.bpo4-Au.l,i95, 483 pupib
'rrollmnt,AuI,i$o5-Au$.l.if)06, 681 pupils
(CPhav on file, applications from bujincsa men
3pt.l,iooj toAvl,oo , 607
Pupils placed in lucrative positions durirwj
jlhis time, 287 .
Graduates all employed
&Jc will noi only equip you fop life work
bul will place you in a position when compelei.
, You need us as a school and we need you,
as a pupil Now is the lime k act .-
TKWie lor catalogue :
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TjEGINS Its 25th year September 26, 1906.
Three full courses of study. Higher course
recognized in Washington and other states. The
best and shortest way to a state and life paper.
Additional work In both general and special
Methods; also school management for graded
and ungraded schools will be given this coming
Longer terms, higher wages and better
opportunities are open to Normal graduates.
School directors appreciate the superior ability
of Monmouth graduates, and the demand far
the snpply. Catalogue containing full
information will be sent on application. Cor-
The Popular Bsrber Shop
Get your tonsorial work done at
On Sixth Street Three chairs
Bath Room in connection
A NEW TRAIN, leaving Chi-
cago at 11:20 p. ra., arriving Cin
FRANK J. REED,
General Pass. Agent.
To Cure a OH h One Day
cv. i u
Milk buckets and a milk cooling room
hi a dairy producing certified milk at
Sumner. Wash., are Illustrated
uoarus Dalrjman. which says: All
milk is drawn Into buckets covered
with cloth strainers, then poured Itto
tbe tin drum which extends through
the wull Into the cow room. The milk
Is received by a trap strainer before
reaching the cooler. The cooler Is hal
low. The cold water runs through t$e
Inside and the milk over the outside.
The temperature of the water in winter
MILK BUCKETS AND COOLING BOOM.
is 40 degrees, and during the summer
mouths a barrel containing 50 feet of
colled pipe packed wlih cracked Ice is
used to cool the water In-fore It enters
the cooler. With a barrel of this kind
the temperature of the water can be
reduced to 40 degrees. After all cows
are milked the cans of cold milk are
taken to the bottling house, which is
500 feet from the cow bam, where the
milk Is poured through the wall of the
bottling room Into the mixing tank and
arter being thoroughly mixed is put in
quart bottles at once. The bottles are
put In metal cases holding twelve bot
tles each, and cracked Ice is put around
tne necks of the bottles.
Dr. L. L. Van Slyke of the New York
experiment station gives In his new
book, "Modern Methods of Testing
Milk and Milk Products," the following
useful rules: . ,
To find the amount of cream pro
duced for Kio pounds milk when the
per cent of fat in milk nnd In cream is
known, divide the per cent of fat In
milk by the per cent of fat in cream
and multiply the result by 100. Ex
ample How many pounds of cream
containing 25 per cent fat are produced
from 100 pounds milk containing 5 per
Cent fat? Five divided by 25 equals
0.2; 0.2 multiplied by 100 equals 20, the
number of pounds of cream with 25 per
To find the amount of skim milk for
100 pounds milk when the per cent of
fat in milk and In cream Is known, find
the amount of cream by the rule given
above and then subtract this from 100.
Example How much skim milk is pro
duced from loo pounds milk containing
4 per cent fat when the cream contains
25 per cent fat? Four divided by 25
equals 0.1(5; 0.1(5 multiplied by 100
equals 1(5; 100 minim 1(5 equals 84, the
number of pound of skim milk.
To Prevent ;ow Sarklnsr llemelf.
There are many devices to prevent
rows from sucking themselves. A
spiked halter Is -shown In the accom
panying cut from American Agricul
turist. A buckle at the upper part be
hind the ears make !t quite easy to
detach It. The cut shows how the
Kl'IKEO lMLTlOl IN 1LACE.
spikes are secured. The spikes should
not be over two Inches long. They are
best made of wrought nails, but a good
wire nail with a flat head will suffice.
The calls may be placed In nn Jron
vise and the heads flattened as much
as posslhle. They are then driven Into
a piece of thick leather and secured by
sewing or riveting It upon another
piece of leather, as shown In the cut.
An. old halter can lie used to good
adrautage. First drive the spikes In
the nose piece as desired; then sew or
rivet a piece of leather over the heads
of the nails.
How to Cleaa Harmed Dishes.
Baking dishes that become burned In
the oven and plates and platters that
become blackened with food scorched
upon theni should not go through tbe
tedious process of scraping. Simply
put a little water and nshes In tbe dish
and let It become warm, and the burn
ed and discolored portions may be
-3ily clesned without Injuring the
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RAILWAYS CORRUPT POLITIC!.
Bryan Gives Reasons tor Believing la
Jackson, Miss., Sept. 18. la a Ut
ter to Governor Jamea Tardamaa, W.
J. Bryan declared that the mala
thing which led him to believe la
the government ownership of rail
roads was the corruption in politics
brought about by private ownership.
You are right in saying I prefer
private ownership if I thought pri
vate ownership consistent with onr
politics and justice to the public and
came reluctantly to my present
position and I believe that you and
other Democrats will be brought re-
ucumuy to ine same position. As
for the party, it can only act when
the voters are ready to act and It Is
impossible at this time to say how
far public opinion will support this
suggestion I have made."
The letter was relative to a state
ment given out by- Governor Varda-
man in which he stated that he
would prefer private ownership of
railroads with governmental super
vision. CIlinONH GIVES HIS REASONS.
Cardinal Tells Why He Withdrew
From Policy-Holders' Committee
New York, Sept. 18 A letter from
Cardinal Gibbons to W. A. Gallagher
of Baltimore, In reply to a letter
from Mr. Gallagher asking the cardi
nal the reasons for his resignation
from the International Policy-holders'
Commute, has been Issued. It
Is as follows:
Baltimore, Sept. 14. Mr. W. A.
Gallagher, New York Life Insurance
Company, Baltimore, Md.: My Dear
6Ir In reply to your communication
this morning I beg to say that when
accepted the position on tho Inter
national Policy-holders' Committee, I
dJd'not adequately comprehend the
duties, responsibilities and s:ope of
ts members, I Cnerefore resigned.
1 do not enjoy an acquaintance
with a considerable number of the
members nominated on the administ
ration ticket of the New York Life
nd the Mutual Life Insurance Com
panies. As they whom I ..now per-
'ectly, I am happy to say, they pos
sess my full'Ht confidence as gentle
mn of the hlshH.H financial Intce-
ity. Yours very truly,
jam;;?. cr:Di.AL gibbons.
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Glbraltcr, Sept. 17. Rear Admiral
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of the British squadron at Manila
during tbe Spanish-American Wai
and who gave his moral support U
Dewey against Oermany at the crlt
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NOTICE TO CERDITORS.
In the matter of)
the Estate of I
Notice is hereby eiven that tba
undersigned has been dolv aimnl,r
administratrix of the etsate of Marie
Redman, deceased, and dnlv nnnlirw
as the same, therefore notice is hureby
given to the creditors of and all per
sons having claims against tbe estate
of said deceased to exhibit them, with
me secessary vouobers within six
months after the first publication of
this notice, to said administratii-r at-.
her resideuoe at Kerby, Josephine
Dated this 1st day of Septomber.
ANNIE M. FIESTER,
J. H. Austin,
Attorney for tbe estate.
Notice is hereby given that pur
suant to an order of the Hon. Stephen
Jewell, connty Judge for Josephine
County, Oregon, made and entered
August 38, I D0, in the matter of the
estate of James Lvttle.. deceased, rll.
reeling the sale of the real property
Hereinafter described, and nrnvidino
and specifying the terms and con
ditions thereof, that we. the nnHnr.
sigueu, tne executors of the last will
aua or tne estate of James Lvttle. d.
ceased, will, after Friday, September
28, 1906, sell at private sale to the
oisnest ana best bidder, for terms
oasn in hand, or for one. half mah
balance on time not exceeding three
years, beariog interest at eight per
vou icr auuum, ana sec area Dy nrst
mortgage on said real estate all the
right, title and interest of said estate
In and to the following described
premises to-wit: tbe 8. W. i of
Sec, 14 Twp. 40 S, R8Wof,Will
ametle Meridian also the S. K of the
N. E. H, the N 14 of the H. E. U. t lm
E. h of the N. W. U and lots
8 and 4 Seo. 16, Twp. 41 S. R 9 W. of
Willamette Meridian all in .TnjenM.m
County, Oregon; subject to confirma
tion by the court.
PETTES P. PAYNE,
Exemitors residing at Kerhv. Jose.
phine county, Oregon.
NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE.
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon, for the County of Jose
Ire J. Ball,
and Milling Com
Notice is hereby given that bv vir
tue of a writ of execution, dnlv Issned
out of, and under the seal of the Cir
cuit Court in aud for the County of
Josephine, State of Oregon, and to me
directed and duly attested by the
Clerk of said court on the 2('.th day of
April, A. D. 1SKK5, npon a decree and
judgment, duly rendered, en tired of
reoord and docketed in the ollloe of the
clerk of said Circuit Court, on the 1st
day of May, 190(5, in a certain salt
thea pending in said court where
in Ire J. Ball was plaintiff, and the
Michigan Mining and Milling Com
pany, defendants, in the sum of
One Hundred Sixty-three and 44-100
($1(13.44) Dollars, with interest there
on from said 80th day of April. 190(5,
at the rate of 6 per cent pur annum
and Fifty ($50.00) Dollars attorney's
fee, commanding me to mike salo
of the following described real prop
erty sitaste, lying and being iu the
County of Josephine, State of Oregon,
and described as follows, to-wit;
The of the SWJtf of Section 16,
Twp. 87 8, KB W of the Willamette
Meridian in Josephine County, Ore
gon, together with the tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances.
Now therefore, by the virtue of said
execution, Judgment, order and decree
and compliance with the commands
of said writ, I will on
Saturday, October 1?, 1900,
at 'the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., at the
front door of the Connty Court Hoose
in the city ot Grants Pass, said
County and State, sell at piblio aD0.
tion, subject to redemption, to the
highest bidder for United States gold
coin, cash in hand, all the right, title
and Interest which the above named
defendants bad or now have in aud to
the above described real property or
any part tDereoi to satisry said exeon
tion, judgment, order, decree, inter
est, ousts and all accruing oosts
uatea rants Pass, Oregon, Heptetn-
ber 13, 1906.
w. J. RUSSELL,
Sheriff of Josephine Connty, Oregon.
First Insertion, September 14.
Last insertion, October 13.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Act June 8, 1878.
Roseburg, Oregon, May 85, 1900.
Notice is hereby given that iu com
pliance with the provisions of the aot
of Congress of Juue 8, 1878, entitled
"An act for the sale ot timber lands
in the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory" aa
extended to all the Pnblio Land State
by aot of August 4, 1893,
THOMAS JUSTIN BALDWIN,
of Hope, county of Steele, State ot
North Dakota, has this day filed la
this offloe hit sworn statement No.
6833, for the purchase of the NWJf or
uois o-s, d4 ssw w or ejection ho. 4
In Township No. 88 8. Range No. S
W, and will offer proof to show that
the land sought Is more valuable for
its timber or stone than for agricul
tural purposes, and to establish hla
olaim to said land before Arthur Con-
ilin, U. S. Commissioner, at his offloe
at Grants Pass, Oregon, on Saturday,
the 33d day of September, 1906.
He names as witesset: W. R. Nip
per. W. H. Pattillo, Howard Mitohell,
aud W. B. Sherman, all of Grants
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above-described lands are
requested to file their claims in thia
office on or before said 23d day ot Sep
BENJAMIN L. EDDY, Register.
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