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ion nave bad Instructions from
your sovereign. Baron Dangloss. Did
wsj Include a command to croaa ques
tion wr asked Baldo haughtily.
Iang Iom hesitated for a foil minnta.
They did not 1 Uke the liberty of
squiring, on my own responsibility.''
Very well. sir. .Until yon have
ngnt lo question me, I am Baldos and
a goat hunter. I think I am hereto re
ceive snrglcal treatment"
"Ion decline to tell me anything con
cerning yourself r
"Only that I am Injured and need re
Perhaps I know more about yon
uuw you suspect, sir."
"I am not In the least Interested,
Baron Dangloss, In what yon know.
The princess brought me Into Ganlook
and I hart her promise of help and
protection while here. That la all I
hare to skj, except that I have Im
plicit faith In her word."
Dangloss sat watching him la silence
for some time. No one but himself
knew what was going on In that
shrewd, speculative nilud. At length
be arose and approached the proud
fellow In rags.
f "Ton have earned every consldera
tion at our hands. My men will take
yon to the hospital, and you shall have
the best of care. You have served our
princess well Tomorrow you may feel
L . Inclined to talk more freely with me,
Y for I am your friend, Baldos."
I " "I am grateful for that, Baron Dan
gloss," said the other simply. Then he
was led away, and a comfortable cot
In the Ganlook hospital soon held his
, long, feverish frame, while capable
hands took care of his wounds. He
did not know It, but two fully armed
soldiers maintained a careful guard
- outside his door under Instructions
from the bead of the police. Moreover,
picked detail of men sallied forth
Into the lower pass In search of the
(Oct hunter's followers.
In the meantime Beverly was con
ducted to the be.ne of the Countess
Banowltu Her meeting with the
princess was most affectionate. There
, were tears, laughter and kisses. The
L whole atmosphere of the place sug
y gested romance to the eager American
girl. , Downstairs were the royal
guards. In the halls were attendants.
All about were maidservants and ob
sequious lackeys, crowding the home
of the kindly countess. At last, com
fortable and free from the dust of
vel, the two friends sat down to a
' "Oh, I am so delighted," murmured
Beverlja, f or the hundredth time.
"I'm appalled when I think of the
dangers you Incurred In coming to me.
No one but a very foolish'. American
girl could have undertaken such trio
as this. Dear me, Beverly, I should
bar died If anything dreadful had
' happened to you. Why did you do Itf
questioned the princess. And then they
"And you went ail the way to St
Petersburg to meet me, you dear, dear
Yetlve!" cried Beverly so warmly that
the attentive servant forgot his mask
"Wasn't It ridiculous of mej I know
Gren would have forbidden It If he had
been In Edelweiss when I started.
And, more shame to me, the poor fel
low is doubtless at the conference with
Dawsbergen, utterly ignorant of my
escapade. Yon should have beard the
ministry er ah" And the princess
I paused for an English word.
"Kick?" Beverly supplied.
"Yes. Tbey objected violently. And,
do you know, I was finally compelled
to Issue a private edict to restrain
them from sending an appeal to Gren
fall away off there on the frontier.
Whether or no, my uncle Insisted that
he should be brought home, a three
days' Journey, In order that he might
keep me from going to St Petersburg.
Of course they could not disobey my
edict and so poor Gren Is none the
wiser, unless be has returned from the
conference. If be has, I am sure he Is
On the way to Ganlook at this very
"What a whimsical ruler you are!"
cried Beverly. "Upsetting everything
sensible Just to rush off hundreds of
miles to meet me! And Axphaln Is
-.trying to capture you too! Goodness,
you must love me!"
"Oh, but I did have a trifling affair
of state to lay before the czar, my
dear! Tomorrow we shall be safe and
sound In the custle, and It will all be
si Tery mucn worth while. You Bee, Bev-
erly, dear, even princesses enjoy a dl
jaVvYversiou now a"- tuen" One wouldn't
ptji 'think anything of this adventure In the
"V United States; it is the environment
that makes it noticeable. Besides, you
traveled as a princess. How did you
like itr -
And then the conversation related
particularly to the advantages of roy
alty as viewed from one side and th
disadvantages as regarded from an-
j other. For a long1 time Beverly had
; j been wondering how she should pro-
'i reed In the effort to secure absolute
- 'leniency for Baldos. As yet she had j
1 S said nothing to Yetlve of her promise
y to nlm maile while she was a prln-:
w At any rate, I'm sure the goat hunt
ers woald not have been so faithful!
and true If they bad n6t believed me to
be a pruiuessj said Beverly, paving
to Laxative Bromo Qiunme TaWctt.
the way.. Ton haven't' man In your
kingdom who could be more chival
rous than Baldos."
"If he is that kind of a man, hs
would treat any woman as gently."
"Yon should have beard him call me
your highness.' " cried Beverly. - "He
will loathe me If bo over learns that I
"Oh, I think he deceived himself,"
spoke Yetlve easily. ''Besides, yon
look as much like a princess as I."
"There Is something I want to speak
very seriously about to you, Yetive,'
said Beverly, making ready for the
cast "You see, be did not want to
enter Ganlook with me, but I Insisted.
He had been so brave and gallant and
be was suffering so intensely. It would
have been criminal In me to leave him
out there In the wilderness, wouldn't
"It would have been heartless."
"So I Just made him come along.
That was rlfc'ht. wasn't It? That's what
you would have done, uo matter who
he was or what his objections might
have been. Well, you see.- It's this
way, Yetive: He Is some sort of a fu
gitivenot a criminal, you know, but
Just souie one they are hunting for, I
don't know why. He wouldn't tell me.
That was perfectly right If he felt that
way, wasn't -It?"
"And he bad fought a Hon In your
defense," supplemented Yetlve, with a
"And I had shot blm In the arm,
too," added Beverly. , "So of course I
Just bad to be reasonable. In order to
Induce him to come with me to hos
pital I was obliged to guarantee per
fect safety to blm. His men wont
lack to the hills, alt except old Frans,
the driver. Now, the trouble Is this,
Yetlve: I am not the princess, and I
cannot redeem a single promise I
made to him. He Is helpless, and If
anything goes wrong with him be will
bate me forever."
"No; he will hate me, for I am the
princess, and be Is none the wiser."
"But be will be told that bis prin
cess was Beverly Calhoun, a supposed
ly nice- American glrL Don't you see
bow awkward it will be for met Now,
Yetlve, darling, what I wish you to do
Is to write a note, order or edict or
whatever It Is to Baron Dangloss, com
manding him to. treat Baldos as a pa
tient and not as a prisoner, and that
when be Is fully recovered he Is to
have the privilege of leaving Ganlook
' "But he may be a desperate offend
er against the state, Beverly,", plain
tively protested Yetlve. "If we only
knew what be is charged with!"
"I'm afraid It's something dreadfully
serious," admitted Beverly gloomily.
"He doesn't look like the sort of man
who would engage In a petty under
taking. I'll tell you bis story, Just as
be told it to me," and she repeated the
meager confessions of Baldos.
"I see no reason why we should hesi
tate," said the princess. "By bis own
statement he la not a desperate crimi
nal. Yon dldqulte right In promising
blm protection, dear, and I shall sus
tain you. Do you want to play the
princess to Baldos a little longer?"
"I should love It" cried Beverly, ber
"Then I shall write the order to Dan
gloss at once. Oh, dear, I have for
gotten, I have no official seal here."
"Couldn't you seal It with your ring?"
suggested Beverly. "Oh, I have It!
Send for Baron Dangloss and have him
witness your signature. He can't get
away from that, you see, and after we
reach Edelweiss you can fix up a regu
lar edict, seal and ojl," cried the re
sourceful American girl.
Ink and paper were sent for, and the
two conspirators lent their wisdom to
the task of preparing an order for the
salvation of Baldos, the fugitive. The
To Baron Jasto Dan (floss, Commanding
the Civlo and Military Police of Orau
tark: You are hereby Informed that Baldos.
the man who entered the city with Miss
Calhoun, Is not to be regarded as a pris
oner now or hereafter. He Is to be given
capable medical and surgical attention
until fully recovered, when he la to b
allowed to go hta way In peace unques
tioned. Alio he Is to be provided with suitable
wearing apparel and made comfortable In
Also the members of his party, now lo
the hills (whose names are unknown to
me), are to be accorded every protection.
Frans. the driver, la to have his freedom
If he desires It
And from this edict there Is no recourse
until Its abatement by royal decree.
"There," said the princess, affixing
ber signature. "I think that wHI be
sufficient" Then she rang for a serv
ant. "Send to Baron Dangloss, and
ask blm to come here at once."
Fifteen minutes later the chief of
police stood In the presence of the esger
young Interpreters of Justice.
"I want yon to witness my signature.
Baron Dangloss," said the princess
after the greetings.
"Gladly." said the officer. '
"Well, here la where I signed." said
Yetlve, handing him the paper. "I
don't have to write my name over
again, do I?"
"Not at all" said the baron gallant
ly. And be boldly signed bis name as
(To be continued.)
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W. C. T. XJ. COLUMN.
AU matter for this column Is supplied
by the Josephine County Woman's Chris
tisa Temaeranc Onion, Y. and L. T. L
Branches. . . :
Grants Pass W. C, T. U. will bold
the meeting for "Purity in Literature
and Art" department January i, 1907,
at Newman M. E. cborch. An ad
dress will be given upon the subject
"Art for Man's Sake." Also special
recitations and mnsio will be pro
Tided. Mrs. E. Berry and Mrs. O.
H. Clements, superintendent invi
tation. All members of the union are re
quested to assemble at 3 :30 sharp for
transaction of business. It is the time
for first quarterly reports and all are
asked to furnish written reports of all
work done during the quarter.
The Young Peoples Christian Tern
perance Union held a short business
meeting December ?, in the tabernacle
before the regnlar service. Mr. Bil-
bom gave a short talk, which was
very inspiring to the young people,
taking as his subject "The Two Lad
ders, " the rounds of which are named
in Gal. 5:19-23. As we are having a
membership contest we thought it
advisable to give a reception for tbe
new members and all friends of tbe
Union on January 4th, place to be
Merlin W. C T. U. held profitable
meetings December 18. Miss Ansor
age addressed tbe Union at 2 :30 and
gave a talk to. the L. T. L. at 8:80 and
also to tbe Y's .and friends in the
evening. All meetigns were beld at
the M. E. cborch. Miss Anaorage
was delighted with ber visit at that
place and with .the interest which is
taken in the work.
Grants Pass W. 0. T.. U. voted to
have an L. T. L. meeting while Miss
Ansorage was here, but, owing to
tbe Xmaa at tbe tabernacle and tbe
children were expected to 'tog, the
L. T. L. meeting was omitted but will
be called when the days grow longer
and our local secretary, Mrs. Cow
drey, can organize Loyal Temjer
The- days before Christmas are a
time of , expectation. So were tbe
days and years before Christ came.
Every borne has its secrets. There.are
whisperings and expressions. So
there were promises locked in
propheoy and expressions of longing
and hope, nntil Christ, the Gift of
God and the desire of all nations, was
made manifest Tbe Herald and
NOBEL PEACE PRIZE AWARDED
TO. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT.
Tbe minister from Norway called
at tbe White house Monday, Decem
ber 10, and informed President Roose
velt that tbe Norwegian Parliament
at Christiana bad conferred on him
the "Nobel peaoe prize." Tbe
amount of the prize is in the neigh
borhood of 140,000. The president,
in his acknowledgement to the Nor-,
wegian government declared :
"After muoli thought I bave con
cluded that the best and most fitting
way to apply the amount of the prize
is by nsiog it as a foundation to es
tablish at Washington a permanent
industrial peace committee. Tbe ob
ject will be to strive for batter and
more equitable relations among my
countrymen who are engaged, whether
as capitalists or wage workers, in in
dustrial and agricultural pursuits;
for in modern life, it iejis important
to work for tbe cause of Juit and
righteous peaoe in the industrial
world as in tbe world of nations."
President Roosevelt has sent to tbe
Senate an agreement of tbe Powers to
prohibit the sale or importation of
firearms, opinm, or intoxicating
liquors to the South Be Islands. The
Frances E. Willard said :
"Dear Friends: Your bark is wafted
to the strand by breath Divine ; and
on tbe helm there rest a band other
tban mine; other than yours i that
steadfast loving band of Him whose
band was pierced for yon and for me,
who shall one day hold tbe scepter of
the world, who cared not for Himself,
but whose very prayer was for as alL
There is no 'I' in the Lord's prayer
it is all 'we'; it Ik all tbe brother
hood of man and fatherhood of God."
HATTIE L C. CALVERT,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given br the under
signed, Katherine .Keenan, adminis
tratrix of the estate Of Nancy Lov,
deceased, to tbe oreditors and all per
sons having claims against said de
ceased, to exhibit them with the
neoessary vouchers, within six months
from the first publication of this
notice, to said administratrix at her
residence on the corner of 8th and J
streets, Grants Pass, Oregon, or at
the office of Hendricks aud Johnston.
opposite post office. Tbe same be
ing me place ror the transaction of
the bosiness of tbe said estate.
Dated November in, 1D0A.
KATHRINE KEEN AN,
Hendricks & Johnston,
Attorneys for the administratrix.
Boundary Board Menting.
Notice is hereby given that the Dis
trict Bunndary Board will meet in the
Court House in Grants Pass at 1 :'M
o clock p. m., on Thursday, January
3d, 1W7, to act on petition to form a
new and separate school district oot of
territory now included within the
boundaries of school district No. 4 of
Waldo,Josephine County, Oregon. The
territory thus petitioned is described
as follows to-wit :
Beginning at a point where the east
branch of the Illinois River outs the
north line of section 28 of township 40
south of range H west, thence running
sooth ward or np said river to the
point where It cuts tbe south line of
section 8 township 41 sooth of range 8
west, thence mooing east to the aouth.
west corner of section 3 township 41
south of range 8 west, thence south to
Califoroia, thence east three miles;
thenoe north on township line to tbe
northeast corner of section 24 town
ship 40, south of range 8 wost, thenoe
went on tbe north line of sections 24
and 2U of township 40 south of range 8
wesi to me pisoe or Beginning.
LINCOLN SAVAGE, Co. Sopt
Notice is hereby given tbat the co
partnership heretofore existing be
tween C. D. Burnett and B. W.Bald
win, partners doing business at Grants
Pass. Oregon, under the firm name of
Burnett & Baldwin is dissolved. C.
D. Burnett taxing tbe baslnest, pay
ing all outstanding inaebtednees and
assuming all liabilities.
BURNETT & BALDWIN,
J. E. PETERSON
FIRE., LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Still doing business at the old stand.
Cor. Sixth and I) streets.
Gaaars Pass, . Oaaoo.
In tbe Circuit Coart of tbe State of
uregoo lor Josephine Oonnty
To George McManus, the above named
In the name of the Stat of Oregon,
yon are hereby anmmooed and re
quired to appear in the above entitled
OOnrt and answer the mnnlsint MaA
against yon in tbe foregoing entilted
suit on or before six weeks from tbe
date of tbe Orst publication of thla
summons, which Brat date of publica
tion is Friday, November 28, 1906,
and the last date of aaid publication,
and fth Isut Atm tnr wfinp
- -v i myyvmgmuw
is Friday, January 4, 1907, and you are
I. n V. ,, .
toj uuiiueu tuai in case you rail lo
appear and answer or otherwise plead
Within the Hm afnreaslit tViuf ,K.
plaintiff will apply to the court for
iue reuei prayea tor in ine complaint,
via: for a decree dissolving the bonds
of matrlmnnr nnar and lumtnM
existing between the plaintiff and de
fendant, and that the plaintiff be de
creed til Im tha nvmip in A,, .jmnl. n
" . ' V V,
Lot 4, Block 69 of Railroad Addition
to tbe Town of Grants Pass, Josephine
Oonnty, Oregon ; and that plaintiff be
awarded thai nTiiln.j.a .... b.I .
tody of the minor children, named in
, La nnii.nl. In. 1 . C J T.' . l ,
.v bviuiiiaiu-, via: nuua, -CIUBI,
Emery. Hiram and Dnrathv. and
ttiat nl&intitT hava annh nthu, mnA
further relief as is equitable.
in is summons is published by order
of tbe Hon. Stephen Jewell, County
Judge for Josephine County, Oregou,
directing the publication thereof in
tbe Rogue River Courier, published
at ninntl Pua T.-u.r,), In.
Oregon, not less than once a week for
j a . , .
a mi iuu vi sia auooesaive weets, me
said order being dated November 23.
H. D. NORTON,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In tbe matter of the')
state of G.W. I
Chapin, Deceased. J
Notice is hereby given to all persons
having olalms against the estate of
G. W. Chapin, deceased, to present
your statement of claim, with proper
vouchers, within six months from the
first date of this notice, towlt:
November 80th, 1906, to Lncv Chapin,
Administratrix, at Leland, Oregon.
This notios is published by order of
Stephen Jewell, Judge of Josephine
County, Oregon, In tbe Rogue River
Courier for four weeks.
MB8 LUCY CHAPIN.
By H. B. Hendrioks, her attorney.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Act June 3. 1878.
United States Land Office.
Roseburg, Oregon, Oct. 9, 1008.
Notice is hereby given that in comnti-
anoa with the provisions of tbe act ol
Congress of June S, 1878, entitled "An
act fer the sale of timber lauds in the
Htates of California, Oregon, Nevada, and
Washington Territory," ss extended to
all the Public Land States by act of Au
gust 4, 181)2.
ATX WOOD A. KIRBY
of Pomeroy, County of Garfield. State
of Wabington has this day filed in this
office bis sworn statement No. 7 159 for
the purchase of the 8W4' or EW
SW, Lots 8 and 4, of section No.
18 in Township 84 Sooth, Rsnge No.
8 W, and will offer proof to show that
the land sought is more valuable for
Its timber or itoue than for agricul
tural purposes, and to establish bis
claim to said land before John M.
Booth, United States Commissioner.
at bis office at Grants Pass, Oregon, on
luesaay, tne sin aay of January, 1907.
ne names as witnesses :
Wesley B. Sherman, of Grants Pass.
Oregon; John Hillls, of Winter, Ore
gon , Mary Thompson of Tacouia,
Wash., and Ozro S. Blanohard of
Grants Pass, Ore.
Any and all persons claiming adverselv
the above-described lands sre requested
to file their claims in this office on or be
fore said 8th day of January, )IK7.
Benjamin L. Eddy, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.
United btates Land Ufltce.
Roseburg, Oregon, .Sept. 10, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that in com'
pliance with the provisions of the act
of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled
"An act (or the sale of timber lands in
the States of California, Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington territory," as ex
tended to all the Public Land State by
act oi August ., in'jz,
GEORGE J. ATKINS
of Marietta, County oi Lancaster,
State of Pennsylvania, has this dar
filed in this ofllce bis sworn statement
No. 7098, for the purchase of Lots 0.
7 sod 8 and SW NWW, NEW BW4'
of Section No. 10 in Township No.
33 South, Range No. 7 West, and wil.
offer proof to show that the land
sought is more valuable for its timber
or stoue tban fur agricultural our
poses, and to establish bis olalin to
said land before Arthur Couklln,
United States Commissioner, at bis
offloe at Grants Pass, Oregon, on
Tuesday, the 8th day of January, 1907,
He names aa witnesses: George
it. neisey or Marietta, Pennsylvania
Willard Green of Grants Pass, Ore
goo; Wesley B. Sherman, of Grants
Pass, Oregon, and H. Adolph Roter-
mund or urants Pass, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
tbe above-described lands are requested
to nie tneir claims in tnisollice on or be
before said 8th day of January , 19t7.'
Bknjamis L. Kddt, Register,
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Notice is hereby given that I bave
beea appointed administrator of the
estate of J. H. Koss. deceased. All
persons having claims agsintt the said
estate are hereby required to Ole tbe
same properly verified, with my
attorney at Urants Pass. Ureaon
within six months from the 19th day
or November, ium.
CHARLES F. ROSS.
Oliver S. Brown,
' Attorney for Administrate
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ELY BROTHERS. 86 V'rrsei : n. ".-a
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon, for Josephine Oonnty.
To Mand Tallmadge the defendant
above named :
In tbe name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above entitled snlt within six weeks .
from the 80th day of November, 1908,
and if you fail so to answer, the
plaintiff will apply to tbe Court for
the relief demanded in his complaint,
to-wit i for a decree dissolvine and
annulling tbe bonds of matrimony
now existing between the nlaintiff
and defendant, and for snob other
and further relief aa to tbe Court may
seem equitable. This summons is
published by virtue of an order made
by Hon. 8tephen Jewell, County ;
Judge of Josephine Conotv. Oresoo.
and dated November 0, 1908.
OLIVER & BROWN,
' Attorney for Plaintiff.
Miner' blinks t the Courier office.
If you bave a building
that you want moved,
raised or leveled up,
call on or address
A. E. Ho Ho way.
Residence 2 miles west of
. city, north side of river.
F. G. ROPER
Harmon Blk np stairs
SUITS HADE TO ORDER
Promptly and ol tbe best material
aud in the latest style.
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Paints. Varnishes. Oils. Br us he
.m A .!,.
Mall orders promptly filled.
Acclimated Fruit Trees
Give the Best Results.
Transplant trees from a dump soil
and a wet climate to semi-arid soo
tion like Rogue River Valley will be
such a chsnge of conditions that the
trees will make little growth the first
year and will require at least two
years to become acclimated.
Taklma Valley has the same climate
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and trees from the
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will give the best results to Southern
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