Rogue River courier. (Grants Pass, Or.) 1886-1927, May 15, 1908, Image 9

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    ROGUE RIVER COURIER, GRANTS PASS, OREGOH. MAY IS. 1K)8.
First
National Bank
OF
Southern Oregon
Gnnti Pass, Oregon
Soma of the Serrice that a Bank
Renders the Public
DEPOSITS
The safest and simplest
way of keepinK your
money is by depositing
it in a Reliable Bank.
Tbis Bank receives De
posits subject to Check,
or on demand Certificates
of deposit or on time
Certilicates of Deposits.
On time deposits we pay
4 PER CENT INTEREST
DRAFTS
The best and cheapest
way to transfer money
is by Bank Draft. We
sell Drafts payable in all
parts of the country.
LOANS
One of the most Impor
tant functions of the
Bank. We endeavor to
supply ail reasonable
needs of our customers.
Capital and Burplua $75,000
Stockholders' Additional
Responsibility $50,000
OFFICERS
j. B. Hall, President
J. C. Campbell, Vice-Pres.
H. L. Oilkey, Cashier
B. K. Hackitt, Asst. Cashier
S. V. MOODY
WOOD
YARD
Cor. H & 3d sts. Phone 434
1 Load Blocks $3.00
Stove Wood
1 Tier Manzanita $2.50
1 Tier Oak $2.75
1 Tier Fir $2.50
ITier Pine $2.25
Chunk Wood
1 Tier Oak $2 50
1 Tier Fir $2.25
ITier Pine $2.00
1 Load Sawdust $100
1 Load Kindling $1.00
us
ROUND-TRIP
RATES
AST
WILL as made this skasom by the
SOUTHERN
PACIFIC
(LINES IN OREGON)
From Grants Pass, Ore.
as follows:
Both Ways
through
Portland
One Way
via
TO
California
Chicago
$81.45
70.45
68.95
68.95
$87.50
82..W
SI. 75
St. Louis
M. Paul
Omaha
Kansas City
75.00
68.95
7500
TICKETS WILL BE ON SALE
May 4, IS
June S, 6. 19, 20
July 6, 7, 22, 23
August 6, 7, 21. 22
Good for return in 90 days with stopover
privileges at ieasure within huiiu.
Remember the Dates
For any further information call on
II K. MO.VTGOMEItY, Local Agent
or write to
VM. McMCKKAY,
General Passenger Agent.
PORTLAND, OKE.
THt CHILDREN
KENNEDY'S LAXATIVE
. COUCH SYRUP
ow
STATE CAMP WAS IN
SESSION AT ASHLAND
Trlennla.1 Session On ol Much
Enthusiasm and Felicity
New Officer.
The triennial meeting of the state
uamp, Modern Woodmen of America
convened at Ashland Tneeday and
Wednesday of last week. F. Tomer
of Salem was elected itatt consul and
L.J. Corl of Forest Grove state clerk.
The following were eleoted delegates
to the head camp which meets at Pe
oria, 111., Jone 17th: W. T. Vaughn
of Portland, Chas. Meadows of Port
land, Fred Corry of La Grande, Geo.
Peil of Medford and J. O. Keodall
of Jo net ion City.
The next meeting will be held at
Hood River in 1911.
Those in attendance from Grants
Pass wereC. E. Hildrath, clerk of the
local oamp and who was a duly eleot
ed delegate from Josephie oounnty ; O
N. Oilman, D. A. Harmon and J. A.
Turner.
The St. Johns band was in attennd-
ance aod added much to the pleasure
for the meet with ,their renditions.
The band played selections at the depot
here as they came down Toesday and
as they pasted through Wednesday
evening on their retaro borne. The
boys here are prolific in their praise of
Secretary Dubois of the Ashland com
mercial club, who did so mo oh to
make the Woodmen comfortable and
enjoy their briif visit at Ashland.
Two hundred aod fifty Woodmen par
ticipated in the parade and 2R0 were
seated at the banquet in Memorial ball.
E. D. Briggs as toastniaster was in
his best form. His address of welcome
Tuesday noon had muoh to do with
toe good time the visiting Woodmen
enjoyed.
The Medford Forester Team coversd
itself with glory.
The reception, entertainment and
baoquet committes.and the committee
from the Royal Neighbors who assist
ed vsry materially with the banquet,
have the thanks of Mahogany Oamp.
The delegates said nothing had been
overlooked. Grand Marshall Gillette,
Chief Forester Hall aod the local
Forester team addtd much to the dig
nity of the parade. Talent had the
largest Forester team prtsent.
TEA
Is there a better way to
keep the family longer at
table, to keep it together?
Your sracsr retura yaur aaaey U jea doa'l
lias ScklUiai'a Best: we par hi a
TO CATARRH SUFFERERS
Good Advice and Liberal Offer
From Well Known Grants
Paaa Druggist.
Demaray has been advising all who
suffer from any of the symptoms or
catarrh, snch as offensivebreath, dry
ness of the nose, pain across the eyes,
stoppage of the nose, discharges and
droppings In the throat, coughing
spasms ,and general weakness and de
bility, to 089 Hyomei. He goes so tar
as to offer to refund the money to auy
user of Hyomei who is not perfectly
satisfied with the results.
Quick relief follows the use of the
Htntnni treatmen' : the stoppage or
the nose is removed, the , dropping
ceases, the Dream rjeooroee pun uu
aweet and the catarrhal germs are
destroyed and thir growth previotrd.
Hyomei is the surest, simplest, quics-
set. easiest ana cneapesi way w u
catarrh. It does not drag aud derange
the stomach ; it goes right to the seat
of the trouble, destroying the catarrh
al germs and healing and vitalizing
the t'snies.
Go to Demsray today and buy a
complete Hyomei outfit for 1 witn
the ondeistanding that IT it dues not
give satisfaction, your money will be
refunded. 5 1521
FISHERMEN SUPPORT
THE WEBSTER BILL
G.D.Fsrley, ex mayor of The Dalles,
epresenting the Warren Packing Co.
nf Port'and, arrived hereMoDdsy an-i
spent Tuesday morning in confer
ence with Deputy Fish Warden Wilson
of Oregon City, who was laying tbis
section an official visit, and President
J. H. Hudson of the Graots Pass
Fisherman's Union.
The essential purpose of Mr. Farley's
visit was to eoliit tbe reoperation and
support of tbe members of tbe local
union in behalf of the Webster bill,
which seeks to protect the fishing in
terests of the lower ooonrty by elimina
ting Sunday fishiog. to redooe the
sice of tbe gill net and aelne and to
increase thesixe of the meshes of the
fish wheels so the small fish may es
cape.
Mr. Farley says that the Webster bill
does not create a tax, nor does it seek
to put the smaller fisbemen'ont of bus I
oees. Oa the other hand the large
packing companies pay the tax which
pays the expense of the fish warden
and deputies, the expeoses of th
hatcheries and the distribution of the
the fish throughout the streams of the
state.
The Warren Packing do. pays a tax
toward the maintenance of the s ate
fl.heries of nearly $5000 ananually
while Seufert Bros, at Tbe Dalles pay
14000 and the MoGowan Bros, pay
aboot 13500. Of coarse the smaller
fishermen pay ao annual tax of 5.
Mr. Failev is most enthnsia-tia in
his support of the smaller fishermen of
tne state and commends the supDort
oi tne we outer Din as the most effeo
tive measure at this time.
Send to the editor of the Grants
Pats Bulletin for a codv of that naner
wnion win tell yon about grape oul
tare aod much other information
about Grants Pass and tbe Rogue River
vaiiey. it s ires lor the askiug.
A. Most Valuable Agent.
The glycerine employed In Dr. Pierce's
medicines greatly enhances the medicinal
properties which it extracts from native
medicinal roots and holds in solution
much better than alcohol would. It also
possesses medicinal properties of its own,
being a valuable demulcent, nutritive,,
antiseptic and antiforment. It adds
greatly to the efficacy of the Ulack Cherry
bark, Bloodroot, Golden Seal root, Stone
root and Queen's root, contained in
"Golden Medical Discovery " In subduing
chronic, or lingering coughs, bronchial,
throat and lung affections, for all of which
these agents are recommended by stand
ard medical authorities.
In all cases where there is a wasting
away of flesh, loss of appetite, with weak
stomach, as In the early stages of con
umtflipn, there can be no doubt that gly
cerineacts as a valuable nutritive and
aids ime Golden Seal root. Stone root,
Quel's root and Black Cherrybark In
Digestion and building up the
rength, controlling the cough
lg about a healthy condition
le system. Of course, it must
ted to work miracles. It will
nsumDtlon except In Its earlier
t will rnr vptv sever nhtl.
natc hang-on chronic cnutrhs' lironciikil
anu laryngeal trim met, flm- i;r.fic,
ft acute cou
Tglis
ring
It is nut soeftt'eu
so elite live, iris In the lingering
hang-on coughs, or those of Ions standing.
even when accompanied by bleeding from
limes, mat it nas performed lis most
marvelous cures.
Prof. Finley Klllngwood, M. D., of Ben
nett Med. College Chicago, savs of gly
cerine:
In dyspepsia It serves an excellent purpose.
Holding a fixed quantity of the peroslde of
bjdnwen in solution, It Is one of tbe best
manufactured products of the present lime in
lu action upon enfeebled, disordered etom
achs, especially If there Is ulceration or ca
tarrhal saslrltla (catarrhal Inflammation of
ttomarbl It Is a most flic-lent preparation.
uiycertne will relieve many rases or pyroils
(heartburn) and excessive gastric (stomach)
acidity."
Golden Medlral Discovery " enriches and
purities the blood curing blotches, pimples,
eruptions, scrofulous swellings and old auras,
or ulcers.
Bend to Tr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo. N. Y..
for free booklet telling all about the nattra
medicinal Mots composing thla wonderful
Dedlclua. There S no alcohol In It.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Timber Land, Act Jnne 8. 188.
Rnselmrg, Ore . Mar. 81, 1908.
Notice is hereby given. That in
compliance with the provisions of the
Act of Congress of Jane 8. 1878. en
titled "Ao Act for the sale of timber
lands in the States of Cal Ifornla.
Oregon. Nevada, and Washington
Territory," a extended to all PuMic
Land Ststes by ant of An gust 4, 1892
DAISY A. MASHALL
of Woodville, County of Jackson 8tate
of Oregon, did on' November 25, 1U07
file in this office her sworn statement
No. 6385, rr tbe purchase of tbe NW
of the NWW of section No. 26. Town
ship 35 South of Kange M West and
will offer proof to show that the land
soaght is more valaable for its timber
and stone than for agricultural pur
poses, snd to establish her claim to ssid
lsnd before Joseph Mos, U. S. Gmj
rnissioner, at Grants Pas, Oregno
Tuesday tbe 28th day of July UKR
He names as witnesses: Charles V.
Hinkle, of Grunts Pass. Josephine
Countv, Oregon; G'orge Megerle, of
Woolvlle, Jackson Countv. Oregon ;
Daniel Megerle of Woodville Jnck
sou Coonty, Oregon ! George Biers, of
Wimer, Jackson County, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming are
vers-ly the above described lands and
requested to file their claims in this
office on or before said 28th day of
July, 1908. BENJAMIN L MDDY,
Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, act Jone 3, 1878.
Roseburg, Oregon, March SO, 1908
Notioe is hereby giTeti that in com
pliance with the provision" of the a-t
of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitle' I
"An act for the sale of timber landn
I M the State of California. Origin.
Se'ala and Washiutgon Tertitorv,"
as eituded to all the Publio Liud
Sta'es by art of August 4, 18M2,
PKAXELLA TAYLOR,
of Grant Paas, coonty of Josephine
State of Oregon, did ou November 'J2,
1907. file in this office his sworn t!e-
nieot No. 9358. for the purchase of
tbe NE'i of tbe NEU of Section .So
Si in Township No. 36 Sooth, Range
No 6 West, and will offer proof to
show that the land S'luglit is more
valuable for its timber or stone than
for sgricoltural purpos's, ud to es
thlish bis claim to aaid land bfnre
Joseph Moss, U. 8. Commissioner at
Grants Pass, Oregon on Saturday, the
2r.th day or joly, 1908
He names as witnesses : Charles
Smith, of Grants Pass, Juepluse
County, Oregon; John H. May of
Grants Pass, Josepbiue County, Ore
gon ; Jph R. Yetter, of Grants
Pass. Josephine County. Oregon;
Fredrick G. Gebers, of Grants Pass,
Josephine coonty, Oregon
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the abeve-deacribed lands are
reqoested to file Iheir claims In this
office on or before said 25th day of
July 1908. BENJAMIN. EDDY.
Register.
pro mm. tig i
flesh anVtsf
and bring
of the wfiA
not be csifce
not cure Mi
stases. l
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Aot Jan 8, 1878.
Roeebarg. Ote. March 15. 1908
Notice is hereby given that in
oemplianoe with the provisions of the
act ef Concreas of Jone 8. 1878, en
titled "An act for the sale ef timber
lands in tbe States ef California,
'regon, Nevada and Washington Ter
ritory, " as extended te all the Publio
Land States by act of August 4, 1893,
JESSE Li. CALVERT.
of Grants Pass, county of Joeephine,
State of Oregon, did on Augest 28.
1907. file in this effio bis sworn state
ment No. 9218. for the purchase ef the
of the NE4' and the NWJ- of the
NKJi and the NEJ of the NW of
Suction No. 12 in Towoshp No. 36
Sooth. Range No. 6 West, and will
offer proof to show that the land
soaght is more valuable for its timber
or stone than for agricultural par
poses, and to establsh his claim to said
land before Joseph Moss, U. S. Com
missioner. at hie office at Grants
Pass, Oregon, on Thursday, tbe 25th
dav of Jone. 1908.
He names as witnesses: Joseph
WoUe, of Grants Pass. Joeephine
county, Oregon, John T Woolfolk, of
Grants Pass Josephine Co., Ore..
Leonard L. Cotton, of Grants Pass,
Josephine Co., Oregon, William P
Wright, of Grants Pass, Josephine
(Jo., ore.
Any aod all persons claiming ad
versely the above-described lands are
requested to tile their claims in this
office on or before said 25th day of
Jane, 1908.
BENJAMIN L. EDDY,
Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Lao, Act June 8, 1878
Koseburg, Ore., March 25. 1908.
Notioe is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provlsons of the aot
of Congress of Jnne 8. 1878, entilted
An aot lor the sale of timber lands
in the Slates of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory,"
as extended to all the Public Land
States by aot of Angust 4, 1892,
ELSIE K BAItPi
of Olympia, County of Thurston,
state or Washington, did en August
23, 1907, file in tbis office ber sworn
statement No. 9218, for the purchase
of the NE- of NWW and the N of
the NEW and SEW of NEJi of Section
no. a a is lownsmp no. on outn,
Ranage" No. 6 West, 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 be
fore Joseph Moss, U. S. Commis
sioner at bis ofefie at Grants Pass,
Oregon, on Wednesday, tbe 24th day
of Jane, 1908.
one names as witnesses: Joseph
E Verdio, of Grants Pass, Josephine
County, Ore., Martin A Conger, of
Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Ore.,
John R Hyde, of Grants Pass, Jose-
pnine oo.,ure.. William T lornnam.
of Grants Pass, Josephine Co., Ore.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely tbe above-described lands are
requested to file their claims in this
of hoe oo or before said 24th day of
June, 1908.
BENJAMIN L. EDDY,
Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Aot June 8, 1878.
Rosubarg, Ore. , Februry 28 , 1908.
Notioe is hereby given that in com
pliance with the pros isions of the act
of Congress of Jane 8, 1878, entitled
An aot for tbe sale of timber lands
n tne states or uauroruia, uregnn,
Nevada, and Washington Territory,"
as extended to all tbe Pubilo Land
States by act of August 4. 182.
ELLEN U 8HUMWA Y,
of Vancouver, County of Clarke, State
of Washington, lias this day filed in
this office tier sworn statement No.
889H, fur the purchase of the NE4 of
Section No 80 in Township No. 84
Sooth. Range No. Went, W M., and
will offer proof to show that the lana
.ought is more valuable for its timber
or stone than fur agricultural purposes,
and to establish her claim to said
land before Kegister and Receiver of
the Land offle at Koseburg, Oregon,
on Kriday, tbe 2(ith day ot June, IU0H.
He names as witnesses: Wesley is.
Sherman, of Uraute Pass, Ore.,
George H. Slover, of Grants Pass,
Ore., Roy Roote, of Merlin, Oregon,
Mi shu leress Xtayuor, or Vancouver,
Warh.
Any and all persons claiming ad-
veisiy the atxve described lauds are
tequested to nie tneir claims lu tins ot
Ho on or before said 2Hth day of
June, 1908.
HENJAMIN L. EDDY,
Register.
UNOriCE FOR PUBLICATION. .
Timber Land, Act Jane 8, 1878.
Roseburg, Ore., March 25, 1908
Notice is hereby given that in
compliance with the provisions of the
art of Cotigrt't-s of June 8, 1878, en
titled "An act for te sale of timber
lands in the Ktatea of California,
Oregou, Nevada and Washington Ter
ritory," as extended to all the Publio
L-tnd States bv aot of Angust 4, 18.2
LINCOLN HALL,
of Burt, county of Koeatb, State of
Iowa, did on September fi, 1907, file
in this ofbee bis sworo statement No.
9220 for tbe purchase of the NE i of
-ection No 82 in TownOnp No. 86 S,
Range No. 4 West, aod will offer
proof to show that tbe land sought is
mute valuable for its timber or stone
tbau for agricultural purposes, and
to establish his claim to said land
befoie Joseph Moss U. 'S. Commis
sioner st Grants Pass, Ore , on Fri
day, the 2.jth dHy of June, 1908. He
names ss witnesses: Albion WSilshy,
of Grants Pass, Josephine coonty.
Oregon, Francis J. Spalding, of
Granti Pase, Josephine county. Ore.,
Bern mm in R Spalding, nf Grants Pa s.
J'jeel.luue county. Ore., WillUm
Spalding, of Grauts Pans, Josepbine
Co., Ore.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above-described lands are
reooesetd to file their claims in this
office oo or before said 2th day of
Jone, 1908.
BENJAMIN L. EDDY.
Register.
aimers' blaaka at the Costner
NOTICE FOB PUBUCATIOw.
Timber Land, Aot Van 8, 1878.
Roeebarg Or., February 18, 1908.
Net ice it hereby alven that ia
cornelian oe with the provisions of
the Act of Ooargses of Jnne 8. 1878.
entitled "An Aot for tbe sale ef tim
ber lands in tbe States of California,
Oregon, Nevada, aod Washington
Tsrritary," as extended to all Pablio
Land Ktatss by act ef August 4, 1892,
LOIS A. SHEARMAN,
of E 15th & Killmgswotth streets.
Portland, Coanty of Multnomah, Bute
of Oregon, filed ia tbis office on Feb
ruary 9, 1907, her sworn statement
No. 8848 for tne purchase of the North
West quarter of Seotion No. 20 in
Township No. 85 Sooth of Rauge No.
5 West W M., Oregon, aod will offer
proof to show that the land sought is
more valuable tor Its timber or s one
titan for agricultural purposes, and to
establish her olaim to said land before
tbe Register and Receiver of this of
fice, at R'iseburg, Oregon, on Tuesday
the 16th day of June 1908.
She names as witnsees: Raynieud
H. Shearman, of Portiaud, Ore., aud
Matt Morrison. Gnome Morris, and
John T. Wynian, all of Grauts Past,
ure.
Auy and all persons claiming ad
vrseiy tne above desoribed land are
requested to file their olaims in this
of c tie on or before said 16 day ef
June, 1908.
BENJAMIN L. EDDY,
Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Aot June 8, 1878.
Roseburg, Oregou, February 19, 1908.
Notioe is hereby alven that in coin
pliance with the provisions ot the aot
of Congress of Jane 3. 1878, entitled
"An act for the sale of timber lands
In the Stasis of California, Oregon.
Nevada and Washington Territory."
as extended to all the Publio Land
States by act of Angust 4, 1893,
LUCY T. HANLIN.
of Matlock, oontv of Mason, State of
Washington, has this dav filed in this
uiuoet nier swore aiateoieui no. eiiai.
for the oorohass ef the Ntt NWW.
SWWNWW aod NWJ-4" 8 WW of Seo-
tlon No. 23, in Township No. 36 S,
Range No. 7 W WM.. and will offer
proof to show that the land sought is
more valuable ror Its timber ors tone
than for agricultural purnoses. and to
establish ber olaim to said land before
Register aod Receiver at Koseburg,
Oregon, on Wednesday, the 17ih dav
of June, 1908.
She names as witnesses: M. A.
Conger, of Grants Pass, Oregon, T.
R. Kveritt, ef Grants Pasa. Ore.. J.
Verdio of Grants Pass. Ore.. E.
R. Conger, of V? ildervllle. Ore.
Aoy and all persons claiming ad
versely the above described lands are
req seated to file their olaims in this
of floe on or before said 17th day of
ane, 1908.
BENJAMIN L. EDDY,
Register.
CONTEST NOTICE.
Rossborg. Ore., April 8, 1908
A sufficient contest affidavit hav
ing been filed in this office by
ROBERT HOWARD,
contestant, against homestead entry
No. 1 ll'il, made June 2. 1902, for the
SVfM NW of Seotion 4, Township
89 S, Range 8 W, by John G. Uagley
Contestee, in which is alleged that
said John G. Bagley has not resided
or been on the place sin e 1904 and
that such alleged absence was not due
to employment In the military or
naval service of the United States in
time of war.
Said parties are hereby notified to
appear, respond, and offer evidence
touching said JH legation at 10 o'clock
a. m ou May .28, 1908, before Joseph
Moan, 'U. S. .Commiseionor, at bis
office in ursnts 1'jbh, Oregon and that
final hearing will be held at 11 o cook
a. in. on Jane, 11, 1908 before tbe
Regiater and Receiver at the United
States Land Office in Koseburg, Ore
The said contestant having, in
a proper affidavit, filed April 8, 1908,
set forth racts which show that after
due diligence personal service of this
notice can not be made, it is hereby
ordered and direoted that such notioe
be given. by due and proper publica
tion.
BENJAMIN L. EDDY,
Register,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
In tbe County Court of the State of
Oregon, for Josephine Coanty.
Ia the matter of the)
Estate of James
Evans, deceased. J
Notioe is hereby given that the
undersigned has tbis day filed hsr
final aonount in tbe matter of the es
tate of James Evans, deceased, the
same being filed in the Oounty Court
of the Stats of Oregon for Josephine
Coonty. All persons having ao interest
in said estate as oraditors, heirs, or
otherwise objecting to said account,
or any item therein, will take notice
that said account will be considered
by said court oo Monday the 15th day
of June, 1908 at 10 o'clock a. m. of
said day in the Court Room of said
Conn at the Coonty Court House in
the city of Grants Pass, Oregon, and
any objectioas to said final anoonnt
mu't be filed and presented lo said
court at the date aforesaid.
Published by order of Hon. Stephen
Jewell, Coanty J edge of Josephine
Coanty, Oregon listed this 6th day
of May, 1908.
MAGGIE L. EVANS,
Exoootrix.
Marcos W. Bobbins, Attorney.
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup
acta promptly yet gently on the
bowels, through which the oold is
forced out of the system, and at tbe
same time It allays inflammation.
Sold by Model Drag Store. 4 8 ISt
It Is a Wonder.
Clismlierlain's Liniment is one of the roost
remarkable prejiarations yet produced for
tne renei or rheumatic pains, and for lame
back, sprains and bruises. The quit k relief
irom pain wuicb It allonls in case of rheu
matism is alone worth many times its crnl
Price, 25 cents ; large sue 60 cents. For
sale by M. Clesscns.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Aot Jnee 8, 1878.
Roeebarg, Oregon, Marob 21, 1908.
Notioe ia hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the
act of Congress of June 8, 1878, en
titled "An aot for the sale of timber
lands in the States ef California, Ore
goo, Nevada and Washtngtou Terri
tory" as extended te all the Pablio
Land Ststes by aot of Aegnst 4. 1892,
FANNIE D. WHITEAKER.
of Jefferson County of Mirion, Slate
of Oregon, did on July 25, 1007, file
in this office her sworn statement No.
9126, for tbe porchase of the N WW of
Ni;, being lot 9 and SWofNEU
and the SE, of NW4' of Section No.
2, in Township No. 41 South Rings
No. 9 West, aud will off-r pi oof to
bow that the land sought is more
valuable for its timber or stone than
or agricultural purposes and to es
tablish her olaim to said laud before
Jos 'h Moas, U. S. Commissioner, at
bis offloe in Grants Pass, Oregon, on
Monday, the 15th day of June' 1908.
She names as witnesses: Leonard
G. Bruwn, of Eugene, Lane Coanty,
Oregon, Williams R. Whipple, of
Grants Pass, Josephine Coanty, Ore.,
Henry A. Whipple, of Grants Pass,
Josephine Coonty, Ore., Ezra M. Al
bright, of Waldo, Josephine County,
Or.
Aoy and all persona claiming ad
versely the above described lands are
requested to file their claims i n this
of tioe on or before said 15th day of
June, 1908.
BENJAMIN L. EDDY.
Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Act Jane 8, 1878.
Roseburg, Ore., March 30, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that in
compliance with the provisions nf the
aot of Congress of Jone 8, 1878, en
title "An aot for tbe atle of timber
lands lo the States of Califoruia, Ore
gou, Nevada, aud Wash lug tou Terri
tory, "as extended to all the publio
Land States bv act of August 4, 1892,
JAMES ENAGGS,
of Harrison coonty of Kooienal, State
of Idaho, did oa June 17, 1907 file in
this office his sworn statement No.
9097, for the purchase of the 8WU
NEt4'. SEti NW i and N 8WI?
NW4' and NX NW4 SEtf and 8W
NWW 8KW of seotion No. 26. in
Township No. 85 8, Range No. S W.
aod will offer proof to show that the
land soaght is more valaable for ita
timber or stone than for agriculture
purposes, and to establish his olaim to
said land before Joseph Moss. U. S.
Commissioner, at bis office at Grants
Pass. Oregon oo Thursday, the 11th
day of June, 1908.
He names as witnesses i Martin A.
Conger, of Giants Pass, Ore., Joseph
B.. Verdio. of Grants Psss. Ore..
Allen MoCalley, of Grants Pass, Ore.,
rrea cveritt, or U rants rass. ore..
Any aod all persons claiming ad
versely the above described lauds are
requested to file their olaims in this
office on or before said 11th day of
Jane, 1908.
BENJAMIN L. EDDY,
Register.
NOTIOE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber land, aot June 8, 1878.
Roseburg, Oregon, March 80, 1008.
Notioe is hereby given that in com
pliance with t'ie provisions nf the aot
of Congress June 8, 1878, entitled
"An aot for the sale of timber lauds
in the States of California, Oregon,
Neavda and Washington Territory,"
ss extended to all tbe Publio Laud
States by act of Angust 4, 1892
DAVID O. BATES
of Olympia, oounty of Thurston, Stale
of Waahingtoo, did on September 26,
1907, file in this offloe his sworn
statement No 9350 for the porchase
of the SW of Section No. 12 in
Towuship No. 88 Saath, Range No.
6, West, and will offer proof to show
that the land sought is more valaable
for its timber or stone than for agri
cultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said laud before Joseph Moss,
u. a. uommisHioner, u rants rase,
Oregon on Thursday, the 2Hrd day of
July, 1908. He names as witnesses;
Joeoph E. Verdi n, of Grants Paas,
Josephlue County, Oregou ; Martin
A. Conger, of Grants Pass, josqihiue
Coanty, Oregon; William Bull, of
Grauts Pass, Josephine County. Ore
gon, ; r.inmltt K. Oonger, or Wilder
viliw, Josephine Coanty, Oregon.
Any and all persons olaiiuing ad
versely tbe above described lands are
requested to tile their claims In this
office on or before said 23rd day ot
Joly 1908.
HKMJAMIN I KUDY,
Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Timber Land, Act June 8, 1878.
Roeebarg, Ore., March 21, 1908.
Netioe is hereby given that in com
pliance with the provisions of the act
nf Congress of June 8, 1878, entitled
An act for the sale of timber lands
iu the States .of California, Oregon.
Nevada and Washington Territoty, "
as extended to all the I'uhllo Lnud
States by act of Angust 4, 1802,
WILL J. LANGRIDOK.
of Olympia, Oouuty of Thurston,
State of Washington, aid on August 20,
1907, file In this office his sworn state
ment No. 91 37, for the parchHe of the
aK'4 of Section No. 22 in Township
No. BS Month, Kange No. 4 West, aud
will offer proof to show that the land
soagth is more valuable for its timber
or atone tbau for agricultural pur
poses, and to establish his claim to
said land before Joseph Morn U. 8.
Commissioner at his of tioe at Grants
Pbsj. Oregon, on Monday, the 15th
say of June, 1908.
He names as witness: Joseph E.
Verdin, of Grants pass, Josephine
county, Oregon, Frank W. Oapp, of
Grants Pass. Josephine county, Ore.,
Martin A. Conger, Grants Pass, Jose
phlne Coanty, Ore., William T.
Taruham, of Grants Pass, Josephine
County, Oregon,
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the above described lands
are reqoested to file their claims in
this office on or before said 15th day
of June, 1908.
BENJAMIN L. EDDY.
Register
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