ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, " ULY 5. 1907. CONVICTS FOR' ROAD WORK. Tribute to Their Value at Highway Builders. In an address by John Craft of Mo bile It was stated that tbe cost to the ' farmers of the south Is CO cents per bale of cotton for an average hanl of eight miles, says an exchange. If there were good roads, the cost would be reduced to 16 cents a bale. Estimat ing a crop at a million bales, this would mean a saving of $340,000 an nually. It costs under present road . conditions 25 cents to haul a ton of fertilizer a mile. With good roads the cost would be 8 cents a ton. "I have studied for some years the problem of working convicts on our public roads." said Mr. Craft, "and they have proved to be tbe most eco nomical road builders to be bad. The convict has long passed the experimen tal stac for roadinnkitiir." Juiljje Eve of Georgia, w ho has had twenty years of experience in working convicts as road builders, says: "They are the best and cheapest road builders. AVhile working convicts not a single overt act was committed or a single child, wo- man or man molested or one dollar's worth of property depredated ou. Mecklenburg county, X. C, has the finest macadamized roads, and It is be ing (Tone with convict lubor. It costs an average of 23 cents a day to guard, feed and cTire for convict labor wuen It Is managed on business principles. "As for tbe convict himself, statistics show that CO per cent of those who are worked in the open air, properly fed and guarded, return to their families and cense to be a charge or meuuee to the state, while of those who are kept In prison or worked in mines, at saw mills or other similar places 85 per eut become hardened crlmluals. Nor do I think it right to put the honest wage earners In competition with con vict labor or tbe manufacturing Indus try In competition with the one that hires cheap convict labor. "Indiana has about 17,000 miles of good gravel roads. I remember when Indiana was considered one of the Illiterate states of the Union. Today he Is prosperous, and her people are no longer Ignorant, but tbe state is dotted with the finest schools and col leges. , . "Massachusetts spends more money than any other state on her public tonds. Xew York has voted to issue 50,000,000 for her roads to be used in the next ten years. Xew Jersey has tine roads, which are the best invest ment the state has. Missouri Is agi tating a bond issue of $25,000,000 for her public roads. The province of On-" taiio, Canada, has 00,000 miles of good roads, and from that phenomenal im provement has been prosperity to its farmers." Road Surfaoe Repair Plan. The road commissioners of Mason county, Mich., are planning a real in 'novation In the way of keeping tbe tone roads in that county in repair. . r . I -I in 1 . . convenient places for use along tbe highways. A man will be kept whose sole duty It will be to see that no bole or break Is allowed to grow beyond the mere rut state. He will repair these breaks as fast as they occur. Hun dreds of dollars. It is believed, will be aaved tbe county each year by this plan of dealing with tbe road surface. - It Is a plan adopted by toll road man agement and has proved to be econom ical as well as excellent for the road. Wide Tiree Preserve Reads. Narrow tires carrying a heavy load ut the road surface, making ruts, thereby letting In tbe water, which, when frozen, results In ruin to the road. Tbe use of wide tires, on the oth er hand, through the constant process of rolling, is a benefit to tbe road. In foreign countries, especially Franco, which enjoys the proud distinction of having the best roads in the world, the use of wide tires Is required by law. RIGHT BREATHING CURES CATARRH Simple Way to Kill Cate.rrhe.1 Germs in Nose, Throevt and Lungs. J The only uatnral and lo nmon sen method kuown for the cur- of catarrh al ttouhli s is Hyn-niei. It is hi eat In d thraonh an ingenious pocket inhaler, so that us m-dicatjd a;r riches the most remote Hir-cls of ih ncg . throat n1 luna, killing al' catarrhal germs, soothing the IrriUt'd mii-oii' membrane, and tentorium a heal i by conditions. Hy-o-niei goes right to the p t , where the catarrhal germs htm pre-ent in the none, throat and lungs anu ne - stroys the germs to that perfect health . it soon rc'torel. A comp'ete Hv-nmei onfit with l haler ci" hotfl.oi an-1 is -"idly . Deniirav nu'1-r tiu:u aniee to rf""n the tipv 'iule-s th teui-dv K'ives satisfaction. 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Perhaps only a part ui the ahuve syiuiiiuuit will be prevent St one tirno and yet point to torpid liver or biliousness and weak stomach. Avoid all hot bread and biscuits, griddle cakes and other Indigestible food and take tho "Golden Medical Discovery "regularly and stick to Its use until you are vigorous and strong. The "Discovery" Is non-secret, non-alcoholic, la a glyceric extract of native medici nal roots with a full list of Its Ingredients printed on each bottle-wrapper and attested under oath. Its Ingredients are endorsed and extolled by the most eminent medical writers of the ago and are recommended to cure the diseases for which It Is advised. Don't accept a substitute of unknown composition for this non-secret uedicinb OF KHOWJf COMPOSITION. The Magic No. 3. Number three is a wonderful mas cot for Geo. H. Parr is, ol Cedar Grove, Me., according to a letter which reads: "After suffering much with liver aud kidney trouble, and becoming greatly discouraged by the failure to find lelief, I tried Electric Bitters, and as a result I am a well man today. The first bottle relieved and three bottles completed the core." Guaranteed best remedy for stomach, liver and kidney troubles by all drug gists 60c. MARCHERS AND STRAGGLERS. Town Philosopher Qives Some Hlnte as to How to Sueoeed In Business. 'No matter what business you may be In," remarks the town philosopher. unless you keep up with tbe proces sion you'll never arrive. Stragglers don't count in business. They can't pick up enough scraps dropped by the real marchers to keep them going, for the fellows who are In the van don't drop anything. They make a clean sweep. "The straggler in the mercantile line, for instance. Is the slipshod storekeep er who tries to do business in 1907 by methods that went out of date In 1877. He still has small panes of glass In bis front windows, about sixteen panes to a sash, while the merchant up the street who marches In tbe van has ac cepted the plate glass window proposi tion as a good thing. Plate glass cost lots of money thirty years ago, but to day It Is quite cheap and most any body can buy It It adds several per cent to the exterior attraction of a store, and it's the ontslde that any cus tomer sees before be sees tbe Inside, you know. 'These same stragglers who retain their antique window panes still em ploy the methods of 77 in their adver tising. They carry about an Inch of spuce In the local paper, merely men tlonlnsr thnt Pmlth & Jones have a full stock of fine groceries, when tho other grocer takes a half column double and advertises rlcht by publishing a price list of his liest bargains for the day or the week. "Who gets the patronage of the peo ple? Is It the grocer with the fly specked window panes of a past gen eration and tho Inch ad. that has stood In the same type so long that the let ters are worn off at the corners like a run down shoe heel, or Is it the man whosa errand boy washes the plate glass windows every morning at 7 o'clock and then carries tbe uew copy for the wce'.'s advertising around to the u .vspnper o.'llce? "A I remarked." concluded the town philoviph.T. "If you don't keep up with tho procession you won't get there." CLEAN UP PLAN. Boys Paid 25 Cants a Hundred For Tin Cant In Trenton, Mo. A novel enterprise for the promotion of sentiment for civic Improvement was recently fostered by the Treuton (Mo t Clean City club, n loe:il organisa tion bncked by dub'vomea in Trenton, says the Kansas City Star. Partly to get rid of the rubbish that adorned al leys and streets and more to attract at tention to the clean city movement the c,lub offered Trentju Iwys IS ceuts a hundred for all idd tin cans delivered to a committee on the day appointed. The ca.is were received at the most prominent point iu the town's business section, and for hours the streets were Jammed with boys, cans and specta tors. One hundred and thirty boys brought In more than 7Si0 cans and received nearly $2m In payment Tbe club expects the tiu can day to be the pioneer event of a general move ment In smaller cities. Clubs In sev erul other towns have already shown a dlsjiosltlon to try the scheme, which was an unqualified success. I Legal blanks at tn Cooner omce. FINAL SETTLEMENT. In the Ooonty Court for Josephine County, Oregon. In the matter of tbe EsO tate of Nickolas Those, Deceased. ' I Notice is here; given that the under sigLed administrator of the above es tate, with tbe Willi annexed has filed in said oonrt and cause his final accunt and that Monday, Jane 84 at 10 o'clock a m. at the conrt huse at Grants Pass, Josephine county, Oregoou has been, fixed by tbe above court as the time and place tor settling said accouut aud all persons interested therein are hereby notified to file aud present their objec tion thereto, on or before that time. Dated Mav 24, 1907. JOSEPH MOSS, Administrator. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. In the Circuit Conrt of tbe State of Oregon for Josephine County. John Q. Scliallhorn, plaintiff, VI. G. W. Blalock aud S E. Blalock. defendants. Notice is hereby given that I will, on Satorday.the 27th day of July, 1907, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m , at the front door of the Coonty Court House, iu the city of Grants Pass, said county aud State, sell, at public auction, to tbe highest and best bidder, for United States gold coin, cash in hand, all of the right, title and interest which the above named defendants, G. W. Blalock and S. E. Blalock, bad or now have in aud to the following described property to-wit: Ihe Sof the SW.the SW4 and the SW4of the BWV of Seotiou 12, Tp. 84 Sooth .of Range 8 West, in Josephine County, Oregon, excepting therefrom the timber on said lands heretofore sold ; and thai tract of land situated in Jackson County, Oregon, described as follows, to-wit: Commencing 117 yards South of a stake on the Northwest corner of the Southwest yi of the Northeast of Section 82, Township 84 South, of Range 4 West, at the corner of a picket feuce. thence running Sooth 164 yards; thence West 110 yards to place of be ginning, containing 10 acret, more or less; also, the West half of the SEV4 aud the SE4' of Section 22, Tp. 84, South, Range 4 West, excepting 10 acres conveyed June 80th. 1892, to Richard Collins by Jacob Evans and wife; also the right, Jtitle and Inter est in a certain water right and ditch formerly owned by Chapen & Wakemau commonly called tbe Big Ditch; also, the West of the SWt, of the SWV of Section 23, Township 84 South, Range 4 West, together with all the ditches belonging thereto ; also, all cer tain mining claims, water rights, ditches, pipe ana giants as described in a deed dated Jaunary 7th, 1898, sit uated on upper Grave Creek, also, the undivided one half interest tn the Red Hill Mining Claims, known as tbe Bla lock mines, iu Jackson county, Oiegon, Tp. S3 South, Range 4 West, in Sec tions 29, 80 and 32, also Ova cows and five bead of calves, to satisfy judgment rendered against the defendants herein and to favor of the said plaintiff in the sums as follows, to-wit : One hundred and sixty dollars with inter eat thereon at the rate of A per cent per annnm tinea November 2, 190H, aud twenty-five do liars attorney's feet, and twenty nine dollars and seventy-five cents costs of suit, and accruing costs and costs and expenses ot sale. Dated Grants Past, Oregon, June 21, 1907. W. J. RUSSELL, Sheriff of Josephine County, Oregon. NOTEO OF ADMINISTRATORS' SALE OF REAL PROPERTY. Notice Is hereby given that Charles Hansen and Oeore Hansen, the Only appointed, qualified and autingg ad ministrators of the estate of Peter Hansen, deceased, have been doly licensed and commissioned by orJi-r , . V. . nr. iviBPl inr .TltMllhlllM V, . 1A WMU.J -w. Count;, Oregon, dated July the 1st. 1UUT, to sew ail rigni, line auu.iuier est of said estate ia aud to the real propery thereinafter described, and mat pursuant to said order we will aft r 27th day of Joly A. D . 1907, tell at private sale for cash, subject to the confirmation of said court all the right and tula aud iuteiest of toe estate ol Peter Hauseu, ueceased. iu and to the lollowiug described real propertr, to-wit: Lot one, bloc even, in tbe Ton of Napoleon, oum mouly called Kerby, Jjsephiue County, State of Oregou. OEJ. HANSEN. CHAS HANSfciS. Administrators ot the euate of Peter Haus"U, neoeafedj DON'T DIE AT 45 Cure the Indigestion Which Is So Liavble to Lead to Apoplexy. People who suffer with lita-isclo giddiuess, palpitation, oal tasie I the uinutli, diowMuen, 01st.i af er eating, and auy ot the other d ste-i--isg results of ludiges ion. Hie iu s-Tious daniter. 'Iheir d ge-tive organs cannot care for the food propei ly aud heiiCH the costs ot tb- bmo l ve-sels in the brain get little nourish im ut, become brittle, and tinau, field to the fierce blood prrs,ute and one is theo said to have a "fbiek, " tM psrdlynd, nr die from apoplexy, t In all diseases of digestion and uiitri ' tion tbe prwfcriptiou called Mi-o-na 1 has proven itself of great valtl-. It is i lelied upon today as a oramtv to l relieve the worst troahles of luditfts tion and make a complete cure. That Mi-o-na will cure ih-i wor-t ' forutt of stomach trouble, cancer ei ' cepted, and give quick relief in in digestion is proven by the guarantee Demaray gives with every 50 cent box to refund the money onless Mi o-ua ures. A guarantee like this most Jnspire conOdonoe. What He Took. Mrs. Backpay Good morning, sir. Will you take a chair? Installment House Collector No. thaak you, 1 ma'am. I've come to take tbe piano. ' Philadelphia Record. Quk dellvery-The Weekly Oretoolaa. CITATION In the County Oonrt of the State of Oregon, for the Coonty of Jose ph ine. In the matter of the") Estate of Emily Carter, deceased. J To Dora E. Whipp, Minnie Brown, Kerby, Ore,, and Clara E. Eoff, Salem, Ote.. Ida Lister, Gliddou, Iowa. Mae Parks. Viola, State of Illinois and all other heirs known and nukoown of taid decedent. Greeting : In the name of the State of Oregon, yon are hereby cited aud required to appear in the County Court of the State of Oregon, for the Uoouty of Josephiue, at the Court room thereof at Grauta'Pass in the County of Joss phine. State of Oregon, on Saturday, the 27th day of July, 1907, at 2 o clock, in the afternoon of that dny, then aud there to show cause if any you have why S. A. Carter, adminis trator of the estate of Emily Carter deceased, should not be liceused aud empowered to sell at private sale all of the real proieriv belougiug to said estate described as follows, to-wit: The S1,' of the NEi4', the NH of the NEt4 aud Lot numbered "one (I) of Section 12, in Township Forty (40) South, of Rause Niue (9) West of the S illitmette Meridian iu Josephine County, State of Oregon, coutaiuiug 153 18-100 acres, for the reasons set forth in his petition filed in this court this 17th day of June, 1907. Witness the Hon. Stephen Jewell, Jadge of the County Conrt of the State of Oregon, for tbe County of Josephine, with the seal of taid Court affixed, this 17th day of Jane, A. D., 1907. Attest : S. F. CHESHIRE, Clerk. By J. A. Wharton, Depnty Clerk. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Timber Land, Aot Jane 8, 1878. Roseburg, Ore., May 15th, 1907. Notioe is hereby given that in com pliance with the provisions of tbe aot of Congress of June 8, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale ot timber lands in tbe States of California, Oiegon, Nevada, and Washington Territory, " as extended to all the PuMlo Laud States by act of August 4, 1892, THOMAS J. BUTLER of Grants Pass, Connty of Josephine, State of Oregon, has this day filed iu this office hit sworn statement No. 8161, for the purchase of the N "E,V NEW SWW and 8W SEt, of Section No. 6 in Township No. 85 South, Range No. 6 West, and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than tor agricultural pur poses, and to establish bis claim to said land before Joseph Moss, U. S. Ootnuiissiouer, at bis offioe at Grants Pass, Oregon, on Monday, the 12th day of August 1907. He namns as. witnesses: uilve Major, of Placer, Ore , W, T. Torn ham, of Grants Pass, Ore., Geo. W. Reams, of Grants Past, Ore., Joseph Dytert ol R. F. D. No. 1, Grants Pats, Ore., Any and all persons claiming ad versely the above described lands are requested to tile their claims in this office on or before said lith day of Aogust, 1907. .BENJAMIN L. EDDY, ' Register. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATRIX'S SALE OF REAL PROPERTY. Notice it hereby given, that pur oant to an order of the Coonty Coort for Josephine County, Oregon, dated Jone 7, 1907, duly rendered and entsred in the matter of the Ettale of Orlia A. Smith, deceased, L the undersigned administratrix will oo and alter Saturday, Joly 6, 1907, sell at private sale to the highest and best bidder, for cash in hand, the following described real property, to wit: Commencing at tbe Southeast corner of lot three of Block two of Miller and Go's addition to Grants Pass, Oregon, and running thence Northerly aloug the East end line of the said lot three one hundred and fifteen feet, thence Westerly along the North ' line or said lot three, one hundred lee', thence Southerly along a line patallel with the said Last end hue, one hundred aud fifteen fjet, thence Easterly along the Sonth hue ot said lot three, one hundred feet to the place of beginning, all being in lot threo of block two ot Mi He' and i o's addition to Grants Pass, Jose amine County, Oregon, subject to confiruiatiou bv the court aud bids mav be received therefor at the office of R. (1. Smith, atiorney at Is' Urants Pass, Oregon. CARRIK FRY. Administratrix. ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. Notice is berbey given that the un dersigned has been appointed adminis trator of the e-tate ot Kmily Carter, d ceas d aud all persons having claims i.ainst mu etle are hereby noti fied ro til the same with my attorney, u. w. t;oivi, lumen in the tyrants lam Ksnkiug & Trust Building, Grants Pdss, Oregon) ou or betore tlx months from this date. Dated this 12th dv of Jane, 11X17. S. A. CARTER, Administrator. In the Di'trict Court of the United States for the District of Oregon, in Bankruptcy. In tbe matter of ) Martin A. Coo- ! Iu Bankruptcy, gvr. a baukrupt. j To the creditors of Martin A. Con ger of Grauts Pas, Oregon, iu th coonty of joxephine and district aforesaid, bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on the :i0tli dav of April, 1907 the said Mar tin A. Conner was duly adgudicatedl baukropt and that tbe first meeting of his cruel i ton will be held at the office of the referee in baukrui tcv in Grants Pass, Oregon, ou the 2oth day of Jnne, A. D. 1907 st 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at which time the sain creditors mav attend, prove meir ciaiun, appoint a trust), examine tbe bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come Deiure such meeting. EDWARD S. VAN DYKE. Referee in Bankruptcy Grsut2Pass, .Oregon, June 7, 1U)7 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Timber Land, Act Jone 3, 1878. Roseburg, Ore., April 24, 1907. Notice, is hereby given that in com pliance with the provisions of the act or uoogreas of Jane 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, 1893, BENJAMIN F. COE, of Osboro, County of Shoshone, State of Idaho, has this day filed in this offioe his sworn statemeut No. 8054 for the purchase of the KS,' of the 8Wt4' of Section No. 32 in Towoship No. 87 South. Range No. 5 West, aud will offer proof to 'show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, aud to establish bis claim to' said land before Joseph Moss, U. S. Commissioner, at his office at Grants Pass, Ore., ou Tuesdav. the 23d dav of July. 1907. He names as witnesses: Joseph E. Verdin, of Grauts Pass, tire , Martiu A. Conger, of Grants Pass, Ore., William Bail, of Grauts Pass. Ore.. and Emmitt R. Conger, of Wilder- ville, Ore, Any aud all persons claiming ad versely the above-described lands are requested to tile their claims iu this office on or before said 2:M dsy of July, 1907. BENJAMIN L. EDDY. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Timber Laud, Act Juue 8, 1878. Roseburg. Ore,. April 2, 1907. Notice is hereby given, thnt in com pliance with the provisions of the Act of Congress of Juue 3, 1878, entitled "An Aot for the sale of timber lauds in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada aud Wasbinutou Territory," as extended to all Pi? '".'Land Slates by act orAugust 4, 18ft DANIEL M. BIRDSEYE, of Chioo, County of Butte, State of California, filed in this office his sworn statement No. 80t9, for the pur ohase of the W' of the NEtf and the Etj NWt;, of Section No. 10, in Township No. 87 Sooth, ot Range No. 7 West, W. M., Ore., and will offer proof to show that land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agrionltoral purposes, and to es tablish his claim to said land before Joseph Moss, United States Commis sioner, at his offioe in Grants Pass, Josephine Conuty, Ore., on Thurs day, tbe 25th day of Joly, 1907. He. names as witnesses: A. W. Silsby, of Grants Pass. Oregon, Will iam Spalding, of Grauts Pass, Ore., and Franols J. Spalding, of Grants Pass, Ore. Anr and all persons claiming ad versely the above described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said 25th day of Joly, 1907. BENJAMIN L. EDDY, Keglster. NOTICE JFOR PUBLICATION. Timber Land, Aot Jone 8, 1878. Kosebarg, Ore., April 2d. 1907. Notioe is hereby given that In com pliance with the provisions of the Aot of Congress ot June 8, 1878, en titled "An aot for tbe tale of timber lands in the States of California, Ore, gon, Nevada, and Washington Terri tory, " as extended to all Poblio Land States by aot of Angust 4, 1892, HARRISON W. ORMANDY of Portland, Connty of Multnomah, State of Oregon, filed in this offioe his sworn statement No. 80tt7, for the pur chase of the of the W of Beo- tlon No. 82 id Township no. 40 South of Range No. 8 West, W. M. Ore., aad will offer proof to show that the land sought Is more valuable for Its timber or stone than for agri cultural purposes, aod to establish his claim to said land before Joseph Moss, U, 8. Commissioner at bis office in Grants Pans, Ore., on Thnrs dav, tbe 25th day of Joly, 1907. He names as witnesses: Wesley B. .Sherman, of Grants Pass, Ore., George Elder, of Waldo, Ore., Alex George of Kerby, Ore., and George H. Slover, of Grants Pass, Ore. Any and all persons claiming ad versly the above described lands are requested to file their claims In this office on or before said 25th day of July. 1907. BENJAMIN L. EDDY, Register. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. In the County Court of the State of Oregon, for Josephiue Couuty In the matter of tbe es tate of J. H. Ross, deceased. Notioe is hereby given that Charles F. Rohi, the administrator of the es tate of J. II Ross, deceased, has filed bis final account in said matter Iu the Coonty Court of Josephine County, Oregou. and that by order of l the Hon. Htepheu Jew-11, Judge of said coort Thursday. July 18, 1907, at 2 o'clock p in., Is the time sal for the bearing of said final account, aud any objections that may be tiled there to aud for tbe settlement of said es tate, and an? persons having any ob jections to said account are hereby rqoired to file tbe tame on or before said time at which the tame will be beard at tbe Court House at Grauts Pass, Josephine Couoty. same on or before said time at which the lame will be beard at tbe Tourt Hooso at Grauts Pass, Josephiue County. Oregon. CHARLES F. ROSS, Administrator of the state of J. H. Ross, deceased. Oliver S. Brown, Ait,iiv j. Thtrt Arc ftw people who kuow how to take care of themtelvee the majority do not. The liver it a most Important organ in the body. Heroine will keep it in ' condition. V. O. Simpkius, All, i Texas, writes:. "I have used Heroine ! for Chills and Fever and find it the best medicine I ever used. I would not be without it. It la as good fur children as It Is for grown-op iieople, anq i recommend II. it is fine ft r La Gripl. " For sale by National Drug Co. aud by Demaray, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Timber Land, Act Jane 8, IMS. Roseburg, Ore.. April 25, 1907. Notice la hereby given that In com pliance with the provisions of the aot of Congress of Jone 8, 1878, entited "An act for the sale of timber lands in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory" as extended to all the Pnblio Land States by act of August 4. 1892, JESSSE L. CAMPBELL of Bar City. County of Pierce. State of Wisconsin, has this day filed in this office his sworn statement No. 8060 for the purchase of the NEVi of NWJ. and k of NE4- and NW of SEt4 of Section No. 84, in Town ship No. 87 South, Rnge No. 4 West, W. M. and will offer proof to show that the land sough', Is more valuable for Us timber or stone than for agricultural purposes and to es tablish his claim to said land before Joseph Moss U. S. Commissioner at bis ottice in Grants Pass, Oregon, on Wofluesitay, the 24tli day or Jnlv 1907. He uames as witnesses: Albion V. Silsby. of Grauts Pass, Ore., William Spalding, of Grauts Pass, Ore., Fran cis J Spalding, of Grauts Pass, Ore,, aud Elbert V. Kellogg, of Grauts Pass, Ore. Any and all persons claimiug ad versely the ahove-desoribed lands are requested to hie their claims in this office on or before said 2-lth day of July, 1907. BENJAMIN L. EDDY, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Timber Land. Act June 8, 1878. Rosehurg, Oregon, April 27, 1907. Notice is hi r bey given that in compliance with tho provisions of the act of Congress of June 8, 1878, en titled "An act for the sale of timber lands In the States of California, Oregon Nevada, and Washington Ter ritory, "as extended to all the Pnblio Laud States by act of August 4, 1893, NANCY CARTER, of Wimer, county of Jackson, State of Oregon, has this day filed in this office her sworn statement No. 8072, Cor the purchase of the SWj of SE. of Section No. 20. in Towuship No. 85 South, Rauge No. 4 W W. M.. aud will offor proof to show that the laud tough t Is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish bis claim to said land before Joseph Moss, United States Commissioner, at his office, in Grants Pass, Oregon, on Friday, the 8tlth day of Joly, 1907. She names as witnesses: James Owens, of Wluier, Ore., Joseph Car ter, of Wimer, Ore., John Smith, of Wimer Ore., and Joseph Owens, of Wluwr, Ore. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the above-described lands are requested to file their claims in this offioe on or before said 26th day of July, 1907. BENJAMIN L. EDDY, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. .Timber Land, Aot Jone H, 1878. Roseburg, Ore., April Hflth, 1907. Notice is hereby given that in com pliance with ' the provisont of tbe aot of Congress of Jone 8, 1878, en titled "An aot for the sale of timber lauds in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada' and Washington Ter ritory" as extended to all the Publlo Land Stares by aot of Aogoat 4, 1893, GEORGE CARTER of Horu brook, ooonty of Siskiyou, State of California, has this day filed In this offioe his sworn statement No, 80A5, for the porohase of the SEW of NEandEl of SEU and NWi of 8E of Section No. 14. in Township No. 84 8outh, Range No, 4 West. W. M.. and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or atone . than for agricultural purposes and to establish his claim to said land before Joseph Moss, U. 8. Commissioner at his office In Grants Pass, Oregon, on Thursday, tbe 25th day of Joly, 1907. He names as witnesses: Edward D. Thompson, of Grants Paw, Ore. gon, 'John J. Holoomb, of Wimer, ore., Klohara Collins, ot Winter, Ore., and James Owens, of Wimer, Ore. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the above -described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said 25th day of Joly, 1907. BENJAMIN L. EDDY, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Timber Land, Act June 8, 1878. Roseburg, Ore., April 25, 1907. Notice is hereby given that in com pliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of Jone 8, 1878, entitled "An aot for tbe sale of timber lauds in the State of California, Oregon, Nevada aud Washington Territory" as exteuded to all the i'lihlio Laud Htatea by act of August 4, l9l, A ROll IE R. WATERS of Chioo, 0JJS Fourth St., county of Butte, State ot California, has this day filed in this office his sworn state ment No. Will!) for the purhrasti of the NK4 of Section No. 20. in Towuship No. H5 H, Range No. 5, W. W. M., aud will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes and to establish his olulm to said laud before Joseph Moss, U. S. Commissioner at his office In Grants Pass, Oregou, on Wednesday, theJMth i ,laf of J"lv' m1- He names as witnesses: Albion W. Hilsliy, of Grants Pass, Oregon, Francis J. Spalding, of Grauts Pass, Ore., Hal K. Sears, of Chioo, t'al., and William Spalding, of Grants Pass, 1 Ore. all persona claiming ad nuj in. versely the above-described lands are requested to file their claims in this otllo on or before said 24th day of July, 1907. BENJAMIN L. EDDY, Register. A Fort unit t Tessa. Mr. E. W. Goodloe. of 107 St. Louis St., Dallas, Tex., says: "In the t year I have become acquainted with Dr. King's New Life Pills, and DO laxative I ever before tried so effectually disposes of malaria and bilioosneis. " I'bey dou't grind ne" gripe. 25o at all drug stores.