. . ..tPiuliint to know that the K1 Z vouug creature, who had kick Junterpaue to the foot of the V nd had mauled the pillow out of J.r had slept for less than thirty t! How was she to know that .ZieA face and frown were born course of a night of distressing a ,Xs? Sbe knew only that the ,.nV beauty who lay before her he fairest creature In all the nnl rt' For some minutes Aunt Fanny off and admired the rich youthful Tn of the sleeper, prophetically re rtlnt to disturb her happiness. Then obeyed the Impulse of duty and Zjte the summoning words. Tm-what time Is It?" demanded . newco'er from the land of Nod. etching her flue young body with a ' lendid but discontented yawn. ''Sen Mis BcVly. Wha' time do Vpose hit Is? UK'8 d' reg'lah time, "co'se I'id yo' nil have a nice sleep, ' e5V- ml Aunt Fanny went bllss Ilv about the business of the hour. i didn't sleep a wink, confound It," ambled Heverly. rubbing her eyes Z turning on ber back to glare up at he tapestry nliove the couch. wiiikiu' any when Ah rust come into do room, lemme tell . cackled AMU rauny, wiui caus ae freedom. See here, now, Aunt r anny, i m not ,lug to stand any lecture from you ,18 niorning. When a fellow hasn't ?Iept a" "Who's a-lecturm' anyoouy, m o mk 1X0 luu" ' -T0' was a-dolif when Ah came Into de i A n iu les teniii yo wuui room Yo1 was a-sieepin- perry nog- Lone tight, lemme tell yo'. Is yo' goln' r . ... i.ni..,ai hA..A4 IWlt 10 yO waiK. UCIU u CUHIUB , UUUCJ 'Cause If yo ls. J' 011 ue ouieegea L climb out'n dat baid maghty quick- hike. Yo bar 19 reauy, ansa neviy. Beverly splashed the water with un reasonable ferocity for a few minutes. trylDg to enjoy a diversion that had not failed her until this morning, mnnt I'lmnv." she announced after looking darkly through her window Into the mountains above, "if you .. hmsii mv hair ouch! any easier ttitn this I'll have some one else do It that's all. You're a regular old bear." To 111' honey," was ail the eonl' Lucent bear said In reply, without al tering her methods tn tue least. "Well," said Beverly threateningly. with a shake of her head, "be careful, that's all. Have you heard the news?" "Wha' news, Miss Bev'ly?" "We're going bntk to Washington." "Thank de Lawd! When?" "I don't know. I've just this instant made up my mind. I think we'll start let's see, tills is the Cth of August, Isn't It? Well, look and see if you don't know, stupid! The 10th? My goodness! Where has the time gone, anyway? Well, we'll start some time between the 11th and the 12th." "Of dls inonf. Miss Bev'ly?" "No. September. I want you to look up a time tuble for me today. We must see about the trains." 'Dey's ou'y ouo leavin' hcah daily, an' bit goes at 0 in de mo'nln'. One train iday! Alii' dat seuu'lous?" ' I'm sure. Aunt Fanny, It ls their business, not ours," said Beverly se verely. 'P'raps dey uiought be runuln' a Hcuhslon rouu' 'bout Scptembeh, Miss Bev'ly," speculated Aunt Fanny con- aoliugty. "Dey gen'ly has 'em in Sep- tenibeh." "Yon old goose," cried Beverly In spite of herself. "Ain' yo' hubln' er good time, honey?" ".No, I am not." "FV de lan' sake. Ah wouldn' s'plcloned hit fo a mlnnlt. Hit's de Fiyest place Ah uios' eveh saw 'cept Wash'tnn an' Iicx'ton an' Vlcksbu'g." "Well, you don't know everything," said Heverly crossly. "I wish you'd take that red feather out of my lint right nwny." "Shall Ah frow lilt away, Miss Bev'ly?" "We II, no. You needn't do that," said licverly. 'Tut it on my dressing table. I ll attend to It." "Wlm's become o' de gemiuan 'at wo' bit In de fust place? Ah nln' seen him fo' two- three ilnys." "I'm sure I don't know. He's proba bly asleeji. That class" of people uevei lose sleep over nnythlng." "E's er pow'ful good lookin' pus son." stii;-..st(d Aunt Fanny. Beverly's yes brightened. "(Hi, ,1 it you think so?" she said, quite indifferently. -What nre you doing with that hut?" "Takin' out de featbeh Jes' as" "Well, leave It alone. Don't disturb my th;n-, Aunt Fanny. How many Cffies must I tell you" "(! "1 Lnwd!" was nil that Aunt Fanny could say. "I'on't forget about the time tables,' aid Heverly as sue sallied forth for "er walk in the uark. In the afterudou she went driving lth Princess Yetive and the young Duke of Mizrox, upon whose innocent nd sullicientlv troubled head Blie was 'eaplug secret abuse because of the news he broueht. Later Count Mar 1&W appeared at the castle for his first less..m in Doker. n looked so Bure of himself that Beverly hated him to the Point of desperation. At the same time he was eager to learn how matters ood with Baldos. The count's threat till hung over her head, veiled by Its ridiculous shadow of mercy. She knew nlna well enougfr by this time to feel avlueed that Baldos would have to ccount for his temerity sooner or pr. It was like the cat and the help $s mouse. "It's too hot," she protested, when be anounced himself ready for the game. Nobody plays poker when lfi 82 In "hade." "But your highness." complained th. count "war iny break fa cannot cnnv,iu ,ii.. 1 ' '? ink .t!!ere'S " game ca"l 'shoot- -o .uKBteu she serenely "It seenu to me it would be larly good for warriors. You could shooting something all the ,l,ne He went away In a decidedly irascl- It. but Baldos was soon afterward set to work In the garrison stables, am" loathsome occupation. In addition to, duties as a guard by night After mature delMieration' Heverly set K, jl" SIX tenflon , ! lll'r 8,",ro' In- Z S , l0nT,n "" that she would S? r e States ,n ""i".i..g y short time. The major tte let tcr three week, later found noth Ing In It to warrant the belief that she was ever coming home. He dj ob. serve however, that she had but little use for the army of Graustark and was especially disappointed In the set of men Yetive retained as her private guard. For the life of her Beverly could not have told why she disap proved of the guard In general or In particular, but she was conscious of the fact after the letter was posted that she had said many things that might have been left unwritten. Be sides, It was not Baldos' fault that she could not sleep. It was distinctly her own. He had nothing to do with "I'll bet father will be glad to hear that I am coming home," she said to Yetive after the letter was gone. "Oh, Beverly, dear, I hate to hear of your going," cried the princess. "When did you tell him you'd start?" "Why-oh-er-let me see, when did I say? Dash me, as Mr. Anguish would say, I don't believe I gnve a aate. it seems to me I said that's all." soon; "You don't know how relieved I am," exclaimed Yetive rapturously, and Bev erly was In high dudgeon because of the Implied reflection. "I believe you are In a tltt with Baldos," went on Ye tive airily. "Goodness! now foolish you can be at limes, Yetive!" was what Beverly gave back to her highness the Prlncesa Of Graustark. Late In the evening couriers came In from the Dawsbergen frontier with re ports which created considerable ex citement In castle and army circles. Frlnce Gabriel himself hud been seen in the northern part of his domain, ac companied by a large detachment of picked soldiers. Lorry set out that very night for the frontier, happy In the belief that something worth while was ubout to occur. Geueral Marlunx Issued orders for the Edelweisa army corps to muss beyouu the Boutnern gates of the city the next morning. Commands were nlso sent to the out lying garrisons. There was to lie a geueral movement of troops before the end of the week. Graustark was not to bo caught napping. Long after the departure of Lorry and Anguish the princess sat on the balcony with Beverly and the Count ess Diigninr. They did not talk much. The mission of these venturesome young American husbands was full of dancer. Something in the air had told their wives that the first blows of war were to be struck before they looked ogaln upon the men they loved. "I think we have been betrayed by some one," said Dagiiinr after an al most Interminable silence. Her com panion did nut reply. "The couriers say that Gabriel knows where we ure weakest at the front and that be knows our every movement. Yetive, there ls a spy here after nil." "And that spy lias access to the very heart of our deliberations," added Bev erly pointedly. "I say this In behalf of the man whom you evidently suspect, countess. He could not know these things." "I do not say that he does know, Miss Calhoun, but It Is not beyond rea son that he may be the go-between, the means of transferring Information from the main traitor to the messengers who await outside our walls." 'Oh, I don't believe It!" cried Beverly hotly. "I wonder If these things would have happened If Baldos bad never come to Edelweiss," mused the princess. As though by common Impulse, both of the Graustark women placed their arms aliout Beverly. "It's because we have so much at stake. Beverly, dear," whispered Dag- mnr "Fonrlve mo if I have hurt you." Of course Beverly sobbed a little In the effort to convince them that she did not care whom they accused if he proved to be the right man In the end. Thev left her alone on the balcony. For an hour after midnight she sat there and dreamed. Every one was ready to turn against Baldos. Even she had been harsh toward him, for had she not seen him relegated to the most obnoxious of duties after promts lug him a far different life? And now what was be thinking of her? His de scent from favor had followed upon the disclosures which made plain to each the Identity of the other. No doubt he was attributing his degrada tion In a sense to the fact that she no longer relished his services, having seen a romantic little ideal shattered bv his firm nssertlous. Of course she knew thnt General Marian x was alone Instrumental In assigning him to the unpleasant duty he now observed, but how was Baldos to know thnt she was not the real power behind the Iron Count? , A light drizzle began to fall, cold and disagreeable. There were no stars, no I...I..M. nam tilncll moon. ine grouuu wltJi shadows, but shimmering In spots touched br the feeble park lamps gbe COoii. ov-i.-lS re rented through her window? deter mined to gJ , 0Hi. ner nbtAlaaM brain, however, refused to banish him from her thoughts. She wondered If he were patrolling the castle grounds In the rain in all that lonely darkness. e'ei ny a sudden Inspiration she uirew- a gossamer nlwiiit rrasnnl an umbrella and ventured out unon th balcouv once moro nii.n i 7. ed tn . uGull,"y sne searcb- eu me night through the flue, drizzling mm. iter ears listened Bnnri t. the tread which was so well known to her. : At last he strode beneath a lamp not far away. He looked up, but of course could not see her against the dark wall. For a long time he stood motionless be neath the light. She could not help see ing that he was dejected, tired, unhnp. py. His shoulders drooped, and there was a general air of listlessness about the figure which had once been so full of courage and of hope. The post light fell directly upon his face. It was: somber, despondent, strained. He wore the air of a prisoner. Her heart went out to him like a flash. The debonair knight of the black patch was no more. ! In his place there stood a sullen slave to discipline. I "linldos!" she called softly, her voice penetrating the dripping air with the clearness of a bell. He must have been ' 'iigiiig rir the sound of It, for he start-1 1 !!,! loo!;eil eagerly in her direction.! t !! f'irni straightened as he passed ! h itnl o -er his brow. It was but a ' Vo from his dream, he thought ' 'Aren't you afraid you'll get wet?" ask-i 'J same Ijw, sweet voice, with the1 :g. siioti of a l.mgli behind It. With long strides he crossed the pavement atnl stood almost directly beneath her. j "Your highness!" he exclaimed gen-1 tly, Joyously. "What are you doing out 1 there?" 'Wondering, Baldos. Wondering i what you were thinking of as you stood under the lamp over there." "I was thinking of your highness," he called up softly. "No, no!" she protested. "I, too, was wondering wondering what you were dreaming of as yon slept, for you should be asleep at this hour, your highness, lustead of stand ing out there In the rain." "Baldos," she called down tremulout ly, "you don't like this work, do you?" "It has nothing but darkness in It for me. I never see the light of your eyes. I never feel the" "Sli! You must not talk like that It's not proper, and besides some one may be llsterlug. The night has thousand ears or Is It eyes? But lis ten. Tomorrow you shall be restored to your old duties. You Burely cannot be lieve that I had anything to do with the order which compels you to work at this unholy hour." "I was afraid you were punishing me for my boldness. My heart has been sore you never can know how sore. I was disgraced, dismissed, forgotten" "No, no; you were not! You must not suy that. Go away now, Baldos. You will ride with me tomorrow," she cried uervously. "Please go to some place where yon won't get dripping wet." "You forget that I am on guard," he said, with a laugh. "But you are a wise counselor. Is the rain so pleasant to you ?" "I have an umbrella," she protested. "Whit are you doing?" she cried In alarm. He was coming hand over hand up the treliis work that Inclosed the lower veranda. "I am coming to a place where I won't get dripping wet." be called softly. There was a dangerous ring in bis voice, and she drew back in a panic. "You must not!" she cried desperate ly. "Tills Is madness! Go down, sir!" "I am happy enough to tly, but can not. So 1 1. the next best thing I climb to you." His arm was across the stone railing ly this time, and he was panting from t he exertion, not two leet from where she crouched. "Just one minute of heaven before I go back to the shadows of earth. I am happy again. Marlanx told me you had dis missed me. I wonder what he holds In reserve for me. I knew he lied, but It Is not until now that I rejoice. Come, you are to shield me from the rain." "Oh, oh!" she gasped, overwhelmed by his daring passion. "I should die If any one saw you here." Yet she spasmodically extended the umbrella so that It covered him and left her out In the drizzle. "And so should I," resonded he softly. "Listen to me. For hours and hours I have been longing for the dear old bills In which you found me. I wanted to crawl out of Edelweiss and lose myself forever In the rocks and crags. Tonight when you saw me I was trying to say good by to you for ever. I wus trying to make up my mind to desert. I could not endure the new order or tilings, iou uau cast tue off. My friends out there were eager to have me with them. Io the city every one ls ready to call me a stir even you. I thought Life was black and drear. Now, my princess. It In as bright as heaven Itself." "You must not talk like this," she whispered helplessly. "You are mak ing mo sorry I called to you." "I should have beard you If you had only whispered, my rain princess. I have no right to talk of love-I am a vagabond, but I have a heart, and It ls a bold one. Perhaps I dream that l am here beside you so near that I can touch your face but It Is the sweetest of dreams. But for It I should have left Edelweiss weeks ago. I shall nev er awaken from this dream. You can not rob me of the -Joys of dreaming." Under the spell of bis passion she drew nearer to him as be clung strong ly to the rail. The roses at ner uiruui came so close that he could bury his (To be continued. ) rA3, Oom,v FEBRUARY 1, doctors MiratfE: Are said often to bo buried six feot nnocr ground. 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NOTICE OF ADMINSTRA'lION. In the Connty Court for Josephine County, Oregon. In the matter of the 1 Estate of Wallace H. Close, Deceased. J Notice is hereby given, that Adaline Close, residing at Grants Pass, Jose phine Connty, Oregon, has been ap pointed administratrix or tne estate of Wallace H. Close, deceased, by or der of the County Conrt for Josephine County, Oregon, dated January 22, 1907, and all persons having claims against raid estate are hereby notified to nresent the same, dolv verified, to said administratrix at the law office of H. D. Norton in Grants Pass, Jose phine County. Oregon, oa or before six months from the date of the first publication of this notice. Date ot hrst poulloation, January 20, iwt. ADELINE, ULOSfc, Administratrix. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Timber Land, Act June 3, 1H78. Roeeburg, Orenon, November 19, 190. Notice is hereby itiven that in com pliance with the provisions ot the act of ;onuress ol June 3. lni, entitled An act for the sale of timber lands in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as ex tended to all the Public Land States by act of AuguBt 4, WM, FRANCIS L. KENNY, of Uoseburg, County of Douglas, State of Oregon, has this day filed in this of fice bis sworn statement No. 7581, for ilie purchase ol the NE' of Sec 34, in Twp. No. M S. Range No. 5 V, and uill fiU'r urniif tn hIiow tlmL the lund or htone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish bis claim to said land before the Register and .Receiver at this oilice at Roseburg, Oregon, on Wednes dv, the 3d day o' April, l!H)7. He names aa witnesses: L S. Ship ley, of Roseburg, Robert Medley, of Roseburg, Oregon ; Frank Kennedy, of Roseburg. Oregon; E. P. Tynan, of Roseburg, Oregon. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the above-described lands are requested to file their claims in this olliee on or before said 3d day of April, 1907. Bknjamim L. Eddy, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. R.An,., I Iriinnn Vliv 10 I'.tOTI. vii,. i. i.ur'uh. uivan it, t in cnmnli- ance with the proviaiona of the actol Con - jressof June 3. 1878. entitled ''An act for the sale of timber lands in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land States by act of August 4, 1892, OLLIE F. MAJOR, of Placer. County of Joeepbine. State of Orenon. has this day filed in this oilice her sworn statement NO. 7009 for the nurchase of Lots 5. tt. 7 and hEJ of NW1 Section No.O in Township No. 35 South, Range No. 5 W, and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish her claim to said land at tnis oince at Roseburg, Oregon, on Wednesday, the , 10th day ol April, l'J07. She names as j witnesses: Henry O. Williams ol Placer, Oregon ; i William T. Turuhain ol Grants Pass, ; Oregon; Henry 11. Conger of Placer, Oregon; W. A. Long of Placer, Oregon. ! Any and all persons claiming adverse- i lv the above described lanua are re' ZZ, nn or befor said 10th dav of Aoril 1907. Ba.MjAai.i L. Ennr, Register. 1907. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Timber Land, Act Jane 3, 1878. United States Land Office. Rooeburg. Oregon, Dec. 8, 1906. Notice is hereby given that in com pliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled An act for the sale ol timber lands in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington ' Territory," as ex tended to all the Public Land Stale by actol August 4, 1892, CORA E. CHAPMAN of Wabpeton, Connty o Richland, State of North Dakota, has this day filed in this office ber sworn statement No. 7ft60, for the pnrchasa of the WW of NW and N,S of 8W. of Section No. 83 in Township No. 85 South, Range No. 4 West, and wil' offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone thau for agricultural pur poses, and to establish ber claim to said land before Charles E. Alaybee, United States Commissioner, at bis office at Grants Pats, Oregon, on Monday, the 8th day of April ,1907. She names as witnesses: A. W. Silsbv of Grants Pasr, Oregon, William Spalding of Grants Pats, Oregon, Ella K. Chapman of 1803 7th Ave., Seattle, Washington, aud Elbert V. Kellogg of Grants Pass, Oregon. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested lo file their claims in this oltice on or be before said 8th day of April, 11)07. Bknjauis L. F.ddy, Register. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the matter of the estate of G.W. fhktiln Tl anuu u.ul Nntina la hnrohv iriven to all neraona having claims against the estate of G. W. Chapln, deceased, to present your statement of claim, with proper vonchera, within six months from the first date of this notice, towit: November 80th, 190H, to Lucy Chapin, Administratrix, at Leland, Oregon. This notice is published Ly order of Stephen Jewell, Judge of Josephine county, Oregon, in the Rogoe Hirer Courier for four weeks. MBS LUOY CliAPIN, Administratrix, By H. B. Htmdrioks, her attorney. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given by the under signed, Eatberlne Keenan, adminis tratrix of the estate of Nancy Lot, deceased, to the creditors and all per sons having claims agaiust said de ceased, to exhibit them with the neceeiary vouchers, within six months irom 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 and Johnston, opposite post ofiloe. The same be ing the place for the transaction of the business of the said estate. Dated November 16, 190A. KATHRINE KEENAN, Administratrix. Hendricks & Johnston, Attorneys for the administratrix. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Connty Conrt ot the State of Oiegon for Josephine County. In the Matter ol the Estate of Alpheus E. Holl oway, Deceased. Notloe is hereby given to whom it may concern that I, the undersigned, have been appointed adimuistrator of the Estate of Alpheus E. Holloway, deceased, and that all persons having claims against said estate are required to file the same, properly verified as provided by law, with mo, at my office In Grauts Pass, Oregon, within six uionhs from this date. Dated January lltti, 1907. W. H. FLANAGAN, Administrator. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given by the nn dersignud, Nina B Lnthrop, adminis tratrix of the estate of C. M. I athrop, deceased, to the creditors of and all persona having claims agaiust said es tate, to exhibit them, within six months after the first publication of this notioe to my attorney, J. N. Johnston at his oilice in Grants Pass, Oregon, the said being the place for the transaction of the business of aald estate. Date of first pnblication, January 25, 1907. NINA B. LATHROP, Administratrix. J. N. Johnston, Attorney for Adtu. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the matter of the I Estate of Lewis Hayes, Deceased. J As per order of Hon. Stephen Jewell, jndge of Josephine County, ; Oregon, dated January 8, 1107, j Notice Is hereby given to all persons j having claims aaainst the said de ceased to exhibit them with the neces sary vouchers to F.M. Hayes aduiiuis trator of said eatateat Murphy P. O., ; Josephine County, Oregon, within , six mouths from the first pnblication of this notice to-wit, January 11th, 1907. F. M. HAYS. Administrator. By H. B. Heedrlcks, bis attorney. I INOTICEIOFJ .ADMINISTRATION. Notice is hereby slven that I have 'b ieen appointed administrator of the : estate o f J. H. Hons, deceased. All persons having claims againtt the said estate are hereby required to file the ' same properly verified, with my attorney at Grants Pass, Oregon, within six mom lis from the 19th day ; ot iNOvemoer, iwn, CHARLES F. ROSS, Administrator. Oliver S. Brown, Attorney forAdministrator. The Classified Ad columns of the Courier contain many items which "!' of Interest to yon and yon should make it a point to read them each week. Raw Elvs Cream Balm This Remedy la a Specific, Sure to Give Satisfaction. CIVeS RELIEF AT ONCB. It cleanses, soothes, henls, and protects the diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh and drives aw" 6 Cold In thn Hond ipiieklj Uostores the Senses of Tasto ne'l '-'" t. Easy to ui. Contains no i .t Applied into tho instn!! i Large Size, TO cents at J' mail: Trial Si.o, 10cn-i: ELY BROTHERS. 5G V-': NOTICE FOR PDBLICATIO Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. United States Land Olliee, Roseburg, Oregon, Dec. 8, 1906. Notice is hereby given that in compli ance with the provisions of the act of Congress ol June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as extend ed to all the Public Land States by act of AuguBt 4. 1892, ELLA K. CHAPMAN of Seattle, County ot Kthg, State of Washington, bas '.tin day filed In this office ber srOrn statement No. 7059, for Ibt purchase of the SE', of Section No. 30 in TownBhip No. 35 South. No, 4 w., and will offer prtwi to thai that the land tougbt li more valuable for iti Umber or Hone hm tor arb cultural purposes and to establish ber claim to said land Chas.B.Maybesj U. 8. Commissioner, 4t his office at Grants J'aea, Oregon, on Monday, the 8tb day of April. 1907". She names as witnesses: A. W. Silsby ol Grants Pass, Oregon; William Spalding ol Grants Pans, Oregon ; Cora E. Chapman ol Wahpeton, North Dak ota; and Elbert V. Kellogg of Granta Pass, Oregon . Any and all persons claiming adverse ly the above-described lands are re quested to file their claims in this office on or before said 8th day of April, 1907 Bknjahin L. Eddy, Register. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. In the Circuit Conrt of the State of Oregon for the Ooonty of JoBephine. J. D. Drake, Plaintiff, vs. Charlea H. Johnston, I Defendant. J Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a writ of execution, duly issued out of and under the seal of the Circuit Court in and for the Connty of Josephine, State of Oregon, and to me directed and duly attested by the olerk of Bald Court on the 17th day of January, A. D. 1907, upon a decree aud judgment duly reudttred, entered ot record aud duly docketed In the office of the olerk of said Circuit Conrt.on the 21at day of January, 1907, in a certain suit then pending In the aaid Circuit Conrt wherein J. D. Drake was plaintiff and Charlea H. Johnston, defendant in the sum of Seveu Hundred anil Seventy-Eight aud 61-100 Dollars (778.1) with Interest thereon from the 21at day of January, 1907, at the rate "of 6 per cent perjan- oiii, aud the further sum of twenty Dollars (t'JO) costs aud diaborfomentB, aud the coats aud expenses of, aud pon this writ, commanding me to make sale ot the following described real rrperty towit: Utna rive vuj oix voj uiiu ouyeu iij in Section Eighteen (18), Twp. Thirty-six Cl(i) Booth, Rauge Six (8) Wast of Willamette Mer. Also all the right, title aud interest of the de fendant in and to Lot Five (5), Heo. Thirteen (13 1, Twp. Thirty-Six (!)) South, Range Seven (7) West, of Willamette Mer., ail la Josephine County, Oregon. Now, therefore by the virtue of said execntiou, judgment, order and de cree, and in compliance, with the com mands of said wrn, I will on, Hatur- ay, March 3, 1907, at the hour of 10 clock a. m at the front door of the County Court house in the City of Grants Pass, said Coouly and estate, sell at public auction subject to re demption, to the highest bidder for United Hiatus gold coin, cash In hanil. all the right, titln'and interest which the above named Uolenaant bad or now has in and to the above described real property or any part thereof to satisfy said execution, Judgment, order, decree, interest, ousts aud all accruing costs. Dated Urauts rasa, ure., January 24, 1907. W. J. RUSSELL, Sheriff of Josephine County, Ore., First Pnblication February 1, 1907. Last Publication March 1, 1907. F. G. ROPER iruMliloniitlo Harmon Blk up stairs SUITS MADE TO ORDER Promptly and of the best material and in the latest style. CLEANING AND REPAIRING J. E. PETERSON (PIONKBK) flRL, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE AGENT Still doing business at the old stand. Cor. Sixth and D streets. Ubahts Pass, Oasoosr.