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ROGU3 R1V3R CCUiUt., GsuvNTS ? ASS, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 28, 1906.
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To Cure a C,! zn One Day
POINTS ON KEEPING IMPROVED HIGH
WAYS IN GCOD CONDITION.
Constant and Careful Attention Very
Necruarr-Yalae at Scraplaar to Ism
prove n Road's Coattaaplanportaa
The maintenance of a road nlreaj-'
In good condition and -of sulllcie it
strength. If properly carried on. Is til
most entirely a question of v.-car. say
Itobert A. Meeker, stnto (f.iervlsnr of
New Jersey's highways, writing in Lie
Good Honds Magazine. The rapidliy
or this wear varies with the nature of
the rock used for the riad covering,
but even with the softer rooks there
ueed be no deterioration If proper at
tention Is given to maintenance. ,
The problem Is lo reduce the wear,
both from traffic and the weather, to o
minimum by substituting other mate
rial for that worn out, and to do this In
the most economical manner.
The conditions under which wear will
be reduced to a minimum under a cer-
1 ia i ii saiiiii r I . ,V . V
KKPAIBINO A ltOAD.
tain traffic are good drainage of sur
face and subsoil. To attain this object
the material used for the surface should
be -hard lu order to resist the wear o:
the traffic, should not contain too much
small stone to absorb moisture ami
should be thoroughly consolidated and
of sufficient depth to bear the loads to
which the road is subjected, so that the
wear may be confined to the surface.
Drainage almost always requires at
tention, and there Is usually a great
deal that can be done to Improve It, at
a slight expense, and nothing pays so
well In the end. Proper care of the sur
face Is generally all that Is needed to
prevent water from standing ou the
road or In the gutters, but a dry sur
face Is uot enough.
Ou a flat, water may be seen stand
ing In the ditches to within a few
Inches of the surface of the road. In
which case both the subsoil and the
road coating must be softened by it
and remain so long after the water In
the ditch Is gone. A deeper ditch, a
larger culvert or a dralu cleaned out
through tho adjoining land Is usually
sufficient to remove the cause of great
mischief. Ou a hillside, springs under
the roitd and land water from the
sides can be cut off and led away by
underdrains at a trifling cost.
The road coating may often be Im
proved in composition and rendered
harder by scraping, and a fairly good
surface cau be maintained at all times
by proper care. With material of all
sorts the Influence Unit a. good surface
lias In keeping down wear is greater
than might be supposed.
Everything should be done to make
a road strong enough to bear the traffic
without bending or cross breaking and
a reserve of strength Is always deslr-
nhle. Fluctuations of traffic are most
trying. A road may be strong enough
to bear the ordinary loads that pass
over It and still be unable to ifupport
the excessive weights that may be
brought upon It. When we kuow a
road Is to be subjected to heavy strains.
It Is always better to strengthen it by
placing an extra coating upon the sur
face rather than wait until the road Is
broken and disrupted. When u road
is broken or cut Into by excessive
weights it is no longer a mere matter
of replacing wear, but of expensive re
pair, and often of entire rebuilding.
To replace wear that Is unavoidable
Is a very simple mutter when constant
attention Is given to the road. It Is
only when the surface Is neglected for
a long period that the matter of re
pairs becomes a serious one. A little
attention to drainage, the removal of
slight obstructions from the gutters,
the clearing away of rubbish from the
mouths of culverts, the removal of
grass and brush frots ditches and the
careful spreading of small quantities
of stone over depressions as soon as
they Ix'gln to appear will keep a road
In flue condition until it is almost en
tirely worn out.
Nothing is more neglected than the
removal of worn material from the
road. It seems to lie regarded merely
as a clearing of the surface from the
mud aud, as such, an unnecessary ex
pense, while In reality this worn ma
terial affects the entire composition of
the road covering. Consequently, un
less the mud Is washed away by na
ture from the surface, scraping or
sweeping Is necessary to preserve the
proper proportion of solid stone In the
ro..l. Careful tests of the composition
In our let rond coverings have shown
thi.t from three-fourths to four-fifths
of die iiK't- rial Is solid stone, the re
mainder lit lug I. aterlal flue enou;h it
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Further careful tests have demonstrat
ed that as this portion of Hue stuff is
exceeded will the road be soft, easily
acted upou 1 y traffic, water and frost.
In consequence there will be an ex
cesslvo waste of road material.
Fro::i the foregoing It Is readily Been
that the matter of rami repair nr.rt
maintenance Is one that requires con
stant and cnrcfttl attention. To attain
the best results the most successful
means so fur employed Is to nsslgn a
certain section to ono man and hold
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Rural Delivery Notes
Illinois will probably be given the
credit of starting the first rural free
mall dttttvery by automobile. It bas
been started at rialnfleld, Will county,
on a twenty-six mile route, covered by
II. W. Rltzenthnler. The car that the
carrier uses looks like an open buggy.
Patrons of the rural free delivery
routes throughout tbo country have
been notllied by the postofllce depart
ment that In tho future they may pro
vide themselves with suitable boxes
which are weather proof ami fit recep
tacles for mall. The patrons of the
rural routes will be allowed the privi
lege of making their own boxes or buy
ing them from any manufacturer.
Since free delivery of mall In rural
districts has been established I have
been pleased to discover two or three
pairs of bluebirds nesting undisturbed
In mall boxes by the roadside, says a
writer lu St. Nicholas. It Is gratifying
to know that the birds allowed them
selves to be disturbed two or three
times a day nnd yet not abandon their
nests. Hut the thing that gives the
bird lover the greatest delight Is the
fact that no one robbed tho nests.
The establishment of the nirul free
delivery service In Minnesota Is tend
ing to bring about a better condition
of the country roads traversed by the
carriers lu a way that Is unexpected.
Carriers Alfred Johnson and Frank
Watts, who have routes 3 aud 4 that
run out of Mankato, report that the
farmers along those routes have Im
proved tlie roadways by the uso of
drags. It Is expected that tho fanners
on other routes will follow tho ex
E. L. link, a rural mail carrier of
Grant county, going out of Medford, is
the first man In Oklahoma to use an
automobile In tho service. Installing
his machine a few days ago. Mr. Kink
bas purchased an eight horsepower ve
hide, of the low sliced, which can
be run at tlie rate of thirty miles an
hour at four horsepower. As a resul
of a rondmaking campaign which lint
been on In that county for tho pas)
three seasons good roads obtain in thai
sectlou of the territory, and this makes
it convenient for the use of the auto
mobile in the delivery of rural mail.
Mr. Fink can cover bis daily route non
In about h'tlf the time it formerly r I
Well Worth Trying.
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Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, by virtue of an order of
sale made by the County Court of
Douglas Coouty, Oregon, wiy on aud
after the 80th day of October, 1906,
sell at private sale for cash in hand,
the lollowing described real property
belonging to the estate of U. L. Qray,
deceased, to-wit: Lots 7, 8 and 9,
of Block 6-3 in Grants Pass, Oregon.
Inquire at office of Joseph Moss.
Dated this 25th day of September.
J. A. BUCHANAN.
Administrator of the Estate of E. L,
NOTICE TO CERDITORS.
In the matter of 1
the Estate of I
Notice is hereby given that the
ondersigoed has been duly appointed
administratrix of the etsate of Marie
Redman, deceased, and duly Qualified
as the same, therefore notice is hereby
given to the creditors of and all per
sons having claims against the estate
of said deoeased to exhibit them, with
me tecessary vouchers within six
months after the first publication of
this notioe, to said administratrix at
her residence at Kerby, Josephine
Dated this 1st day of Septomber.
ANNIE M. FIESTER,
J. H. Anstin,
Attorney for the estate.
EXECUTORS' SALE OF REAL
Notioe is hereby Riven that pur
suant to an order of the Hon. Stephen
Jewell, oonnty judge for Josephine
County, Oregon, made and eutered
August 28, 1906, in the matter of the
estate of James Lyttle, deceased, di
recting the sale of the real property
hereinafter described, and providing
and specifying the tsrms aud con
ditions thereof, that we, the under
signed, the executors of the last will
aud of the estate of James Lyttle, de
ceased, will, after Friday, September
28, 1906, sell at private sale to the
highest and best bidder, for terms
cash in baud, or for ons-half cash
balance on time not exoeeding three
years, bearing interest at eight per
oent per anuoiu, and seonred by first
mortgage on said real estate all the
right, title aud interest of said estate
in and to the following described
premises to-wit: tha 8. W. M of
Seo. 14 Twp. 40 S, R 8 W of Will
amette Meridian also the S. K of the
N. E. the N of the 8. E. V, the
S. E. 4 of the N. W. i aud lots
8 and 4 Seo. 16, Twp. 41 8, K 9 W. of
Willamette Meridian all in Josephine
Couuty, Oregun ; subject to confirma
tion by the court.
PETTES P. PAYNE,
Exeoutora residing at Kerby, Jose
phine oouuty, Oregon.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon, for the Oouuty of Jose
phine. Ire J. Ball.
aud Milling Com
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of a writ of execution, duly Issued
out of, and under the seal of the Cir
cuit Court in aud for the Couuty of
Josephine, State of Oregon, aud to me
directed and duly attested by the
Clerk of said court on the 2ith day of
April, A. D. 1U0H, upon a decree and
judgment, duly rendered, enti red of
record and docketed in the oftloe of the
clerk of said Circuit Court, ou the 1st
day of May, 1906, in a certain suit
then pending in said court where
in Ire J. Bull was plaint iff, 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, 1906,
at the rate, of 6 per cent per annum
and Fifty (toO.OO) Dollars attorney's
fee, commanding me to mode sale
of the following described real prop
erty situate, lying and being lu the
County of Josephine, State of Oregon,
and described as follows, to-wit:
The '4 of the BW) of Section 16,
Top. 87 H, R 6 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 aud decree
and compliance with the commands
of said writ, I will on
Saturday, October 1?, 1906,
at the hour of 10 o'clock a. in., at the
, fron' door of the County Co
I)? '" r?,ut". 1
i County and State, sell at
1 1 Iff! attl 111 MSfr t - id Asm. I (
; "yi --
i highest bidder for United States gold
! iu, casn in nana, au we rignt. title
and interest which the above named
defendants had or now have in and to
the above described real property or
any part thereof to aatisfy said execu
tion, judgment, order, decree, inter.
; est, costs and all accruing costs
Nine times out of 10 there'll be a
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