Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 1886-1927, July 12, 1907, Image 7

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    WILL PLEAD IN8AXITT.
jak Teller Who Stole $90,000 Say
He Wa Crazy.
Kew Tork, July 10. That a plea
it insanity may be the defense of
jtester B. Runyao, the paying teller
of the Windsor Trust Company, who
li charged with abstracting $96,000
f the trust company's funds, was
Indicated by his counsel when Run-
pn was arraigned in court today.
On behalf of Runyan, his counsel
entered a plea of not guilty on the
charge of grand larceny and asked
for an adjournment of the case until
Monday. He said he had been In
forms that the prisoner's grand
mother had died in an Insane asylum
and that Mrs. Runyan believed her
lushaud s mind affected. Runyan's
attorneys said that he entered a plea
of not guilty with the privilege of
withdrawing it anil demurring to the
fWVtnient with the view of asking
for the appointment of a commission
Crocodiles of Old.
The palmy of lies about crocodiled
fojjml in old books dazzles the under
itaudiui.' even of the experienced read
u of mediaeval natural history. Ho Is
a great worm. He is afraid of saffron.
He eats honey. The crocodile runneth
away from a man If he wink with Ms
left eye and look steadfastly upon him
with his right eye. He carries water
in bis mouth to make the roads slip
pery and so catches people alive. There
la an amity and natural concord be
tween swine aud crocodiles and much
moie of the same kind. Herodotus' lit
tle plover, which walks Into the croco
dile's mouth and picks off the leeches,
la changed by Bartholomew into fish,
with crests like saws, and a fowl and a
lerpent, ail of which walk about Inside
the crocodile's stomach as If It wjre a
jarlor and find him "right nest and
fall tender." London Spectator.
Famous Hymn M'rlter Dies.
Warren, Ohio, July 10. Professor
Tames McGranahan, the well-known
'iymn writer, formerly connected
with Moody and Sankey, the evan
(ellsts, died last night at his horn
la Kinsman, Ohio, of diabetes.
Mr. McGranahan wrote many sa-
tred songs which are Included In the
toipel hymns. Among the well-
known 'hymns from his pen are:
There 8hall Be Showers of Blese-
Ijfi," "My Redeemer," and "Boa
it We Will Understand."
Rural Delivery Notes
I The total number of rural routes tu
Xeration throughout the United States
'.s 31,401 and the number of carriers on
:bem Is 37,300. There Is available for
new service during the balance of the
urrent fiscal year $1,337,070.32.
The report on the operations of the
mral delivery service up to April 1.
recently made public by Fourth As
ilstant Postmaster General De Graw,
shows that there are in operation lu
Pennsylvania 2,042 rural routes aud
that there are on file over 2,700 petl
t. h for the extension of the service
in the state by the establishment of
new routes.
Postmaster General Meyer has ap
proved the detailed adjustment of sal-
Xrles of rural free delivery carriers as
'ubtultted by Assistant Postmaster
k'ueral Ie Graw, aud the new sched
ule, which will become effective July
1 next, will make a graded increase In
lie compensation of carriers of from
'.' to 15 iter cent, based upon the num
ber of miles traversed by cairlcrs as
hown by the records of the depart
ment
"BLUE DEVILS"
Get Kid of Indigestion and Things
A' ill Look Bright and Joyous
Ererythinif looks ffloomv and dark
'o the person suffering with indiges
ion. Until the orescrintion known as
Nions stomach tablets was put up
popular form as a safe aud effective
W for tick headache, indigestion
nil stomach troubles, the "blue
wils" made everthyiug lock dark,
ITk 'Wiy and depressing.
VT ftfr a few davs use of Miona the
headache, dizzy feeling, drowsi-
", had tn-ttn In th month, dis-
rS8 after earinu 11 these svmntonis
tf weak stomach will disappear,
uu with perfect diegstiot. there will
J. jotoos and beautiful outltok.
l-0-na ttoniiirh tahl -tm re sold on'v
D 1 Heat. v ..jsnvonlont for
vpst pocket and cost 50 ceots.
maray has seen so manv cares made
Jiiom tomach tablets that re
a goarantea with every box that
'"e Dlcnev will h refnnderl if the
'"aedy f"i:8 f, give satisfaction.
Long Live the King!
? "e icpnlsr crv thronghcut
tl"1lan countries; while in Ameri
s t' e cry of the preeenr day is
)irp rp Vlnn'i VaO, Dirt-
K'in; of Ihioat and Lnu
VTI-il ' - i.;... r. t1;..
, i wiiicu airs, juii.'
r-VM-r P:i:,,o frnrn Ma. a IBVi:
. " a-vcr filj to give imm 'diate re
'tatiil m rja ciiir care a rough or
f P.inJ. n,,l.,win ,B
.'red v niainritv of thn inbabi-
lnt" 'f tbis coontrv. New Dis
.h'rT.rtres weak lungs and sore
"fter all other remedies have
;"M;anri for C0T,gbg and cr Ids it's
Proven remedy. Guaranteed by
"druggist., soc and i. Trial
'u frea.
Cures Woman's Weaknesses.
We refer to that boon to weak, nervous,
uttering women known as Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription.
Dr. John Fyfe one of the Editorial Staff
of Thk Eclectic Medical Review says
Of Unicorn root (Ueloniat Diotca) which
Is one of the chief Ingredlonts of the "Fa
vorite Prescription :
i.r,.dy. "hlch invariably acta as a uter
toe lnTlgx)rtor mikes for normsl c
n i lhe.?nV.re. reproductive system."
He continues "In lleloela we bares medica
ment which more fully answers the above
purpose than any other drug vith vhieh J am
aetmainUd. In the treatment of diseases pe
culiar to women It Is seldom that a easels
seen which does not present some Indication
IL'L ?x7'a'ri!al I'r- We further
RT? The followlne are among the leading
Indications for Ueluuias (Unicorn root). Fain
vr .Lulu in ma oacic. with jleucorrho?a i I
atonic (weak) condltl.,1 of the reproductive
2J?VJ?,of Y,DH'n- mentiN depression and ir
ritability, associated willJchronlc diseases of
the rt-prodii tive organs of women; constant .
sensation at heat In the rea-ion of the kid- I
neys; meiiftrrliai'ij (floodim;). due to a weak- I
ened condition ofthe reproductive system: I
amenoMWyiyreseU or ahsont monthly I
penwljrVAViir.: from or acrompanyimr an
abnoiiyd condition of the dim-stive omans ',
and Anemic (thin Hood) lial.it: draivirs I
lensMons In the extreme lower part of tLo I
abdofr.cn." I
If mom or lcs of thf n'inv
5rV7Tf;
t it. r -r,-.-TTiv.i-.:.
I'ru-'l !i 1 o:: ' i.i i..,e ., i,-;,,r i,,,..,!,;
entsol which is Unicorn root, or Helonias,
and the m.tlit-af profiertles of which it
most faithfully represents.
Of Golden Seal root, another prominent
Ingredient of "Favorite Prescription,"
Prof. Finiey Ellirntwood, M. D., of Ben
nett Medical College, Chicago, says:
"It Is an Important remedy In disorders of
the womb. In all catarrhal conditions
and general enfeeblemeiit. It is useful."
Prof. John M. Seiidder, M. 1)., late of
Cincinnati, says of Golden Seal root :
"In relation to Its general effects on the '
sysiem. inttr i tut tnmirinr in m atkitit whirh
there if sm h ucucral unanimity f opinion. It
Is uniivmilM regarded as Hie tonic useful In
all debilitated stntes."
Prof. R. Hiirtholow, M. D.. of Jefferson
Medical College, says of Gulden Seal :
"Valuable In uterine hemorrhage, menor
rhagia (Hooding) and congestive dysmenor
rhea (painful menstruation)."
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription faith
fully represents all the nlxwe named in-
Sredients and cures the diseases for which
ley are recommended.
Packers refuse Terms of Cattlemen.
Chicago, July 10 Flat and unani
mous refusal of terms of peace by
the commission men In Chicago yes
terday tore open again the breach be
tween the packers and tie represen
tatives of the cattle raisers here.
At a meeting held at the Saddle
and Sirloin Club the members of the
Live Stock Exchange tore the report
of the arbitration committee to tat
ters and adopted an ultimatum which
will be presented to the packers.
The terms of the ultimatum are In
direct opposition to the tentative
agreement reached Friday by the
heads of the big packing houses and
representatives of the live stock ex
changes of Chicago, St. Louis, Kan
sas City and Omaha. The position
of the committeemen as indicated by
their actions is that the big packing
houses shall not handle any of the
tagged heifers and cows which are
subject to post mortem examination.
This class of cattle, if the commis
sion men win their point, will go to
the independent concerns.
TOVRS 8,000 IN AITO CAB.
lVavels in America and Europ
Without Hingle Mlshnp.
Chicago, July 10. Calvin S.
Smith, general agent of a life in
surance company, returned yester
day with his wife from one of the
most remarkable automobile trips
on record.
Speaking no language but English,
Mr. and Mrs. Smith toured 4,500
miles In Europe without a serious
breakdown or clash with foreign
customs. Not having exhausted the
pleasures of motoring, they toured
Beveral Eastern States on their re
turn to this country and then mo
tored to Chicago.
Without once resorting to railway
trains, they traveled a total distance
of 6,000 miles in their car. The
entire trip cost them $4,000, and the
machine made it $i,000.
One thing Mr. Smith had learned
from his trip was that the best
American cars are superior to the
foreign linilt cars of the same price.
This applie-i strictly to half a dozen
first-class American machines. The
party used a sixty-horsepower tour
ing car.
Testing Law on the Express Rate.
Lincoln, Neb., July 10. Judges
of the Supr-me Court today took
under advisement the application of
Attorney General Thompson, who re
vested that all the express com
panies In the State be enjoined from
charging the old rates. The State
alleges that the Sibley law, cutting
rates 25 per cent, is In effect, and
that the companies are disregarding
It. A decision is expected tomorrow.
Talk About IJombardlng Cities.
The Hague, July 10. The Ameri
can, British, Russian, Dutch end
Spanish delegates to the Peace Con
ference today conferred regarding
the bombardment oi uniorimwu
towns. They all withdrew their pro
posals tn the subject and entrusted
Count Tornellli (Italy) to draft a
proposition embracing the America
views.
Ralston Appointed TreaurT.
n.,r nv. N. Y.. July 10. Th
-tordav ariDotnted Wfl-
rumO Ralston to b assistant CnJU
Ham O. Ralston w o. d
ed State Treasurer at San Fraoa.
ROOUB RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGON, 1ULY 12, 1907.
. "FINAL SETTLEMENT.
In the Coonty Coort for Josephine
vuuiii y, vjregon.
Io the matter of the Es--)
tate of Nickolas
Those, Deceased. J
Notice is here? given that the under
signed administrator of the above es
tate, with the Willi annexed has filed
in said oonrt and cause his final accunt
and that Monday, June 34 at 10 o'clock
a m. at the oonrt buse at Grants Pass,
Josephine county, Uregooo has been.
nxea by the above ooort as the time aud
place tor settling said account and all
persons iutf rested therein are hereby
notified to file and present their objec
tion thereto, ou or before that time.
Dated Mav 24, 11)07.
JOSEPH MUSS, Administrator.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
In the Circuit Conrt of the State of
Oregon for Josephine County.
Johu G. Scliallhom,
plaintiff,
vs.
(J. W. Blalock and
S. E. Blnlock,
defendants.
Notice is In reby given that I will,
ou Saturday, the 27th tiav of July, 1 1)07.
at the hour of 3 o'clock p. in , at the
frout door of the County Court House,
io the city of Grants Pass, said conuty
aud State, sell, at ptiblio auction, to
the 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 uow have in
and to the following described property
to-wit: Ihe SLa'of the SW.the NV!4'
and the SWof the SWtj of Sectipu
12, Tp. 84 Sooth .of Range 6 West, in
Josephine County, Oregon, excepting
thprwf rnTti r.hn t.imher nn iwiri lnnds
1 harulnfnva el1 atiH liar t.a,t nf lanrl
situated in Jack sou County, Oregon,
described as follows, to-wit:
Commencing 117 yards Sonth of a
stake on the Northwest corner of the
So thwest 4' of the Northeast 4' of
Section 22, Township 84 South, of
Range 4 West, at the corner of a pioket
feuce. theuce running South 1M yards;
thence West 110 yards to place of be
ginning, containing 10 acres, more or
less; also, the West half or the SE4
and the SE of Section 22, Tp. 84,
South, Range 4 West, excepting 10
acres conveyed June 30th. 181)3, to
Richard Collins by Jacob Evans and
wife; also the right, 'title and inter
est in a certain water right aud ditoh
formerly owned by Chapen &Wakeman
commonly called the Big Ditch; also,
the West of the SW v4 of the SW
of Section 23, Township 84 Sooth,
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 Greek, also, the
undivided one half interest in the Red
Hill Mining Claims, known as the Bla
lock mines, iu Jackson county, Oregon,
Tp. 83 South, Range 4 West, in Sec
tions 29, 80 and 82, also five cows and
five head of calves, to satisfy judgment
rendered against the defendants herein
and in favor of the said plaintiff in
the sums as follows, to-wit: One
hundred and sixty dollars with inter
est thereon at the rate of ft per cent per
annum since November 2, lDOrt, and
twenty-five dollars attorney's fees, and
twenty nine dollars aud seveuty-flve
cents costs of suit, and accruing costs
and costs and expenses of sale.
Dated Grants Pass, 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 Geore Hansen, the duly
appointed, qualified and actingg ad
ministrators of the estate of Peter
Hansen, dereased, have benu duly
licensed and commissioned by orier
of tin county court for Josephine
Omut;, Oregon, dated July the 1st.
11)07, to sell all right, title audinter
est of said estate in aud to the real
propery thereinafter described, and
that pursuant to said order we will
aft r 27th day of July A. D.. 1007,
sell at private sale for cash, subject
to the confirmation of said .court all
the riglit and title and luteiest of the
estate ot Peter Hansen, deceased,
iu and to the following described real
propertv, to-wit: Lot one, blocs
seven, in the Ton of Npol"on, com
mouly called Kerby, Josephine
County, State of Oregon.
GEO. HANSEN.
CHAS HANSEN,
Administrators of the estate of Peter
Hansen, deceased.
CATARRH CAN BE- CURED
Kill the Germs by Breathing Hv
o-mel. Gives Quick Relief.
Msny people who have soffend
with catarrh for years naturally think
they cannot be cored, and become dm
cooriged. The reason they have failed of cute
is because they hate not treaied the
diiessd with the local leuedy,
Hyomei. which is bratlie-1 through
a neat pocket inhaler so that its best
ing medicated air reaches the inos
emote aircells, kills all catarrh g rnu
and restores the inocons membrane
of the note, throat and longs to a
healthy condition.
Catarrh is really a local di sse and
to core it, it most be treated by a
I remedy wbich reaches every spot in
' the nose and throat where the oisease
j terms lodge, Hvomei does this and
'gives relief from the first day's tie-,
i A complete Hyomei outfit oosta but
tl and Demaray gives a guarantee
with every package to retnnd tie
i niouev unless it cures.
A Happy Mia
Is Amos F. King, of Port Byron,
N.Y ., (85 years of age) since a sore
on his leg. which had troubled him
the greater part ot his Hie, lias titen
entirely healed by Bucklen's Arnica
s1r: the world's great healer
Sores Burns. Cuts Wounds and Piles.
Guaranteed by all druggist Price
i
citation;
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for the Coonty of Jose
phine.
In the matter of the "J
Estate of Emily
Carter, deceased. J
To Dora E. Whipp. Minnie Brown.
Eerby. Ore., and Clara E. Buff.
Salem, Oie., Ida Lister, Giiddoo,
Iowa, Mae Parks, Viola, State of
Illinois aud all other heirs known and
unknown of said decedent, Greeting :
In the name of ihe State of Oregon,
you are hereby cited and required to
appear in the County Court of the
State of Oregon, for the Oonuty of
Josephiue, at the Court rootn thereof
at Grauts Pass in the Coonty of Jose
phiue. State of Orenou, on Satordav,
the 27th day of July, 1907. at 2
o clock, iu the afternoon of that day,
then aud there to show cause if any
you have why S. A. Carter, adminis
trator of thu estate of Emily Carter
deceased, should nut be liceused and
empowered to sell at private sale all
of the real property belongiug to said
estate described as follows, to-wit:
The S'j of the NE'4, the NWi4 of the
NE1. and Lot numbered ono ( 1 ) of
Section 12, iu Township rorty (40)
South, of Hatiiin Niue t'J) West of the
W illatuette Meridian in Josephine
Couuty, State of Oregon, coutaiuing
152 18-100 acres, for the reasous set
forth in his petition filed in this oourt
this 17th day of June, 1907.
Witness the Hon. Stephen Jewell,
Judge of the Couuty Court of the
State of Oregon, for the County of
Josephine, with the seal of caid Court
athxed, this lith day of June, A.
D., 1907.
Attest: S. F. CHESHIRE,
Clerk.
By'J. A. Wharton, Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Act June 8, 1878.
Roseburg, Ore., May 15th, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act
of Congress of Juue 8, Ibis, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands
in the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington Territory,"
as extended to all the Puhilo Land
States by act of August 4, 1892,
THOMAS J. BUTLER
of Grants Pass, Conuty of Josephine,
State of Oregon, has this day filod iu
this office bis sworn statement No.
8161, for the purchase of the Nki
EJ4 NEW 8 WW and SWJ SEW,, 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 for agricultural pur
poses, and to establish his claim
to said land before Joseph Moss, U. S.
Commissioner, at his office at Grants
Pass, Oregon, on Monday, the 12th
day of August 1907.
He names as witnesses: Olive
Major, of Plaoer, Ore , W. T. Torn
ham, of Grauts Pass, Ore., Geo. W.
K earns, of Grants Pass, Ore., Joseph
Dysert ot R. F. D. No. 1, Grants
Pass, Ore.,
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above described lands are
requested to tile their claims in this
office oo or before said lith day of
August, 1907.
.BENJAMIN L. EDDY,
Register.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATRIX'S
SALE OF REAL PROPERTY.
Notice is hereby given, that pur
oant to an order , of the County
Conrt for Josephine County, Oregon,
dated Jone 7, 1U07, duly rendered
and entered in the matter of the
Ettate of Ci lia A. Smith, deceased,
I, the nudersigned administratrix
will oo and after Saturday, July ft,
1907, sell at private sale to the highest
and best bidder, for cash in hand, the
followiug described real property,
to wit: Commenciug at the Southeast
corner of lot three of Block two of
Miller and Co's addition to Grauts
I Vs. Oregou, and running thence
Northerly along the East end line of
the said lot three one hundred and
fifteen feet, thenoe Westerly along the
ISortti Hue or sain lot three, oue
htimlted feet, thence Southerly aloug
a line parallel with the said East end
line, one hundred aud fifteen f'et,
tl'euce Easterly along the South Hue
of said lot three, one hundred feet to
the plaoe of beginning, all being iu
lot three of block two of Miller and
Co's addition to Grauts Pass, Jose
phine Couuty, Oregon, subject to
confirmation bv the conrt aud bids
may be received therefor at the office
of R. (i. Smith, attorney at law,
Grants Pass, Oregon.
CARRIfc FRY,
Administratrix.
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE.
Notice is herbey given that the un
dersigned l as been appointed adminis
trator of the eHate of Emily Carter,
dceas d aud all persona having claims
avatnst said estate are hereby noti
fied tu tile the same with my attorney,
i. W. Colvig, (office in tho Grants
t'a.4 Hanking & Trust Building,
Grauts Pass, Oregon) on or before six
months from this date.
Dated this 12th day of June, 1907.
S. A. CARTER,
Administrator.
In the District Court of the United
States for the District of Oregon,
in Bsnkruptcy.
In the matter of ")
Martiu A. Con- !- In Bankruptcy.
ger. a baukrupt. )
To the creditors of Martin A. Con
ger tjf Grauts Pass, Oregon, in the
county of Josephine and district
aforesaid, baukrupt:
Notice is hereby given that on the
Hiith dHV ot April. 1907 the said Mar
tin A. Couger was duly adgodicated,
bankrupt and that the first nweriiig.
of his creditors will Is- held at the
office of the referee in taukrti tcy in:
Grants Pass, Oregon, on the 25th
day of June. A. D. 1907 at 2 o'clock i
in the afternoon, at which time thei
suid creditors may attend, prove
their claims, appoint a trustee, )
examine the bankrupt, and transact
such other business as may properly
Joome before such meeting. I
tuYt ano b. va.i u i nr., i
Referee in Bankruptcy.
GriutsJPass, Oregon, June 7, 1907.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Act J one 8, 1878.
Roseburg,Ore., April 24, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act
ot congress of Jane 8, 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 Publio Land
State by act of August 4. 1883,
BENJAMIN F. COK.
of Osborn, Coonty of Shoshone, State
of Idaho, has this dav filed in this
offloe his sworn statement No. 8054
for the purchase of the at th
GU't- if.,.l. w.. o.. i h LL.
"74 VI ervbiuu XIO. ad IU AOWUSO
no. 37 South, Rauire No. 5
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 claim
to said laud before Jest oh Moss. U. S. i
Commissi oner, at his office at Grants
Pass, Ore., on Tuesday, the 23d dav
of Julv 1907. "
He names as witnesses: .Toseiih E.
Verdin, of Grauts Puss, Ore . Martin I
A. Conger, of Grants Pass. Ore.. '
William Roll, of Grants Pass. Ore., i
and ttntnitt
R.
Conger, of Wilder-
ville, tire.
Any and all
nersotiH rlmumiir ad-
ad- ;
vni.ii v tiia ,.).,.,., I..,,-! i.D, i I.....,-
re.iii.i-t.ui tn liiu iu, ..I..!.,, i.. i.:
office on or before said Slid day 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, that in com
pliance with the provisions of the Act
of Cougress of June 8, 1878, eutitled
"An Act for the salo of timber lauds
in the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory,"
as extended to all Publio Land States
by act ofAugust 4, 1H92,
DANIEL M. BIROSEYE.
of Chioo, County of Butte, State of
California, filed in this office his
sworn statement No. 80(59, for the pur
chase ot the W,1 of the NEl and the
EJi NWj4, of Section No. 10, in
Township No. 87 South, of Range No.
7 West, ViL M., Ore., aud will offer
proof to show that laud sought is more
valuable for its timber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, aud tc es
tablish his claim to said laud before
Joseph Moss, United States Commis
sioner, at his office in Grants Pass,
Josephine Couuty, Ore., ou Thurs
day, the 2oth day of July, 1907.
He names as witnesses: A. W.
Sllsbv, of Grants Pass, Oregon, Will
iam Spalding, of Grants Pass, Ore.,
D. R. Warner, of Grant Pass, Ore.,
and Frauds J. Spalding, of Grant
Pass, Ore.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above described lands are
requested to file their claims in this
offloe on or before said 25th day of
Joly, 1907. BENJAMIN L. EDDY,
Register.
NOTICE IFOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Aot Jnne 8, 1878.
Roseburg, Ore., April 2(1, 1907.
Notioe is hereby given that In com
pliance with the provisions of the
Act of Congress of June 8, 1878, en
titled "An act for the tale of timber
lands in the State of California, Ore,
gon, Nevada, aud Washington Terri
tory, " as extended to all Publio Land
States by act or August 4, 1893,
HARRISON W. ORMANDY
of Portland, County of Multnomah,
State ot Oregon, filed in this otlloe his
sworn statement No. 80(17, for the pur
chase of the W' of the W of Sec
lion No. 82 in Towuxhip No. 40
South of Range No. 8 West, W. M.
Ore., and will offer proof to show
that the land sought is more valuable
for its timber or stone than for agri
cultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said land before Joseph
Moss, U. S. Commissioner at bis
office in Grauts Pass, Ore., on Thurs
day, the 25th day of July, 1907.
lia names as witnesses: Wesley b.
Sherman, of Grants Pass, Ore.,
George Elder, of Waldo, Ore., Alex
George of Kerby, Ore., and George
H. Hlover, of Grants Pans, Ore.
Any aud all persons claiming ad
versly the above describid lands are
requested to tile their claims iu this
office on or before said 25th day of
July, 1907.
BENJAMIN L. EDDY,
Register.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
In the Couuty Court of the State of
Oregon, for Josephine Couuty.
In the matter of the es
tufa r,t T It tin,.
deceased. I
Notioe is hereby given that Charles
F. Roes, tho administrator of the cs-i 1 , "'v or California, Oregon,
tate of J. H. Ross, deceased, has filed i NeVtt,Il nJ Washington lerritory" as
his final account in said matter iu "tended to all the Publio Land States
the County Court of Josephine 1 bv ct "f AoK'it 4. 1 893,
County, Oregou. and that by order of . . ARCH I h R. WATERS
tho Hon. Stephen Jew-11. judge of ?" Cul"- u,i5 Fourth St.. county of
said court Thursday. July 18. 1907. i California, has thi
at 2 o'clock p. m., is the time sat for daT a m om'' nl" oru state
the hearing of said final account aud NOi wtf'3 '"r ,lle furhcase of the
any objections that may be filed there- ' of a"tlnu " 'il- in Township
to and for the settlement of said m.
tate, and any persons having any ob
jections to said account are hereby
required to file the same on or before
said time at wbich the same will be
heard at the Court Hoose at Grants
fass, joHepmne county, same on or
before said time at wbich the same
will be heard at the Tourt .House at
Grants Pass, Josephiue County,
Oregon.
CHARLES F. ROSS,
Administrator of the estate of J. H.
Rots, deceased.
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NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Act Jane 8, 1878.
Roseburg, Ore., April 25, 1907.
Notice is hereby srlven that la com.
plianoe with the provisions of the act
.0.f.0oDre,M uf J"T 8, 1878, ontitei
An act for the sale of timber lands
in the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory"
as extended to all the Pobllo Land
States by act of August 4, 1893,
JESSSE L. CAMPBELL
of Bay City, Coonty of Pierce, State
of Wisconsin, has this day filed in
this office his sworn statement No.
n.hin . 8(W1 for thB purchase of theNE'.'of
WesL !NW-l Rud WS uf NE4 "d NW'iJ of
.t?he!SElof St""'f" No- 4. in Town-
snip iso, a7 South. Range No. 4
West, W. M. and will offer proof to
show that the land sought. Is more
valuable for its timber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to es-
i! L"0"8" i1'8 c,,,lm to ""aid land before
Josepn iiosa u. S. Contiuissioner at
?. 8.0"K' ,u "wilts fass, Oregon, en
w erteslay, tho 24tli day of July 11107.
0.f l" "'"''" 88 witnesses: Albion W.
I11"''? of G.rnts Pass, Ore.. William
oi viutiiin f nw, wro., r run
cis J Spalding, of Grants Pass, Ore.,
.n.l Vi).... v l."..lt., 0 ,1 ...
' ""'"fH, " vjmm
1 ass, ore.
i Auy and all persons claimiim ad
j versolJ ' t"J above-described lands are
requested to
Ble their claims in this
office ou or
before said 21th day of
July, luo;
BENJAMIN
L. EDDY,
Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land. Act Juno 3, 1878.
Roseburg, Oregon, April 27, 1907.
Notice is herbey given that la
compliance with the provisions of the
aot of Congress of Juno 3, 1878, en
titled "Au act for tho sale of timber
lands in the States of California,
Oregou Nevada, and Washington Ter
ritory, "as extended to all the Public
Laud States bv aot of ArignBt 4, 1893,
NANCY CARTER,
of Wimer, county of Jackson, State of
Oregon, has this day filed in this
offloe her sworn statement No. 8073,
for the purchase of the SWlj of
BE)-.,' of Sectiou No. 20, in Towuahip
No. 85 South, Range No. 4 W W. M.,
aud will otfor proof to show that the
land sought is more valuable for it
timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, aud to establish his olaim
to said land before Joseph Moss,
United States Commissioner, at hi
office, iu Grant Paas, Oregon, on
Friday, the ih day of Joly, 1907.
She names as witnesses: Jauie
Owens, of Wimer, Ore., Joseph Car
tar, of Wimer, Ore., John Smith, of
Wimer Ore., aud Joseph Owens, of
Winter, Or.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above-desoribed lands are
requested to tile their claim in thi
office on or before said 20tli day of
July, 1907.
BENJAMIN L. EDDY,
Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Act June 8, 1878.
Roseburg, Ore., April D6th, 1907.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provlsona of the
aot of Congress of June 8, 1878, en
titled "An aot for the sale of timber
lands in the States of California,
Oregon, Nevada and Washington Ter
ritory" a extended to all the Publio
Land States by act of Aoguat 4, 1892,
GEORGE CARTER
of Horuhrook, county of Siskiyou,
State of California, ha thi day filed
in this offloe hi sworn statement No.
8()(!5, for the purchase of the SEW of
NE!4 and E' of SE'4' and NW); of
SE'4 of Section No. 14, in TownrTliip
No. 34 South, Range No. 4 West, W.
M.. and will offer proof to show
that the land sought i more valuable
for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purpose aud to establish
bis claim to said land before Joseph
Moss, U. 8. Commissioner at his
olllce iu Grauts Pass, Oregon, on
Thursday, the 25th day of July. 1907.
He names as witnesses: Edward
D. Thompson, of Grauts Pas, Ore
gon, John J. llolcomb, of Wimer,
i.(re., itioiiaru Colllus, ot Wimer,
Ore., and James Owens, of Wimer,
Ore.
Auy and all persons claiming ad
versely the above-described lands are
requested to file thoir claims in this
office on or before suid 25th day of
July, 1907.
BENJAMIN L. EDDY,
Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Act June 8, 1878.
Rosoburg, Ore., April 25. 1907.
Notice is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act
of Congress of June 8, 1878. entitled
! '.' A" ,ll!t.,or the sale of timber lauds
; '" "g" o. w. w. M
and will offer proof to show that the
land sought is more valuable for its
timber or stone than for agricultural
purtxises and to establish his claim to
said land before Joseph Moss, u. S.
Commissioner at his office in Grant
Pass, Oregon, on Wednesday, tne24th
day of July, 1907.
He names as witnesses: Albion
W. Bilaby, of Grant Pass, Oregon,
Francis .1. Spalding, of Grant Paas,
Ore., Hal K. Sears, of Ohlco, Cal.,
and William Spalding, of Grants Pass,
Ore.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the alsive-desoribed lands are
requested to file their claims in this
officfc oo or before said 21th day of
July, 1907.
BENJAMIN L. EDDY,
Register,
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