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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1900)
-raters of each precinct elect one person
to avrre m member of ibe County
Central Committeee, and that that per
m attend tbe Coo my Coo vent ion for Ibe
purpose of meeting with tbe committee at
its organisation. It ie farther recom
mended tbttin tbe precinct of Boaebarg
Wert Rosebar, I'mpqna, Deer Creek
Oakland and Catapooia the polls
be opened at 1 o'clock p. m. and
remain open nntil 4 p. and that in all
other precincU Ibe primaries be called
to order at 2 o'clock p. ro. and remain
open as long aa tboee in charge may
Dated at Boseborg, Oregon, this 6th
day of March,
. D. Stratford,
8. C. Fust, Chairman.
NOTICE TO REPUBLICANS.
OeitiiC to the ftc-that sio ;i the Ke
pj'j'ican County Cantral Committee
fixed ThurJy, tbs 5th day of April, as
lb day for holding tbe Republican
Cnrention, Hon. W. J.. Bryan has been
advertised to speak at Rose burg in the
time date, thns rendering it inexpedient
and tocoQTenient to bold our convention
od that day. and oving to tbe farther
fact that it would be practically impossi
ble for tbe delegate to tbe republican
convention to obtain accomodations for
tbe night of April 5, and a majority of
the members of the Republican Cwnty
Central Committee having approved o'
the change it is ordered (hat ibe date for
holding the Republican Cunt-tr Conven
tion be changed from April 5tb, to Sat
urday, April 7th, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon. Tbe Primaries to elect dele
gates to said convention will be held on
Saturday, March 31t, as heretofore
Members of tbe County Central Com
mittee and all others interested, are re
quested to give due cotice of this change
at tbe republican primaries.
Dated at Roaebure, Otegon, tbis29th
dy of March, 1900.
E. D. Stritfoiu,
8 C. Fust, Chairman.
Remember that tbe date of tbe repub
lican county convention baa been
changed from Thursday, April 5tb to
Saturday, April 7th.
The date of tbe democrat, popolibt and
silver republicans (fusion) conventions
have been changed from April 10th to
Oj next Saturday the republican vot
ers will meet ia their respective pre
cincts for tbe purpose of cboeiog dele
gates to the republican coonty conyerv
lion which meets on Saturday, April 7.
It should be the earuest eudeavor of tbe
voters to elect for delegates, representa
tive republicans who will attend the con
vention in person.
We are led to balieve, both by personal
letters and by newspaper notices through
out tbe state, that the mention mads b
tbe PauiittALtB of Ui4 aims of Jadg
J. C. Fallerton a a candidate for presi
deutial elector on tbe republican ticks
bss been well received throughout I
State and there is but little doubt of 1
nomination for tiie oeition.
REPUBUBAN CITY PRL1ARIE5.
Oil Company has Uen
aa by an anu-truBt -aw.
for tbe anti-trust move-
sty raise the price of oil to
lya be baa uiooa reta-
'and would rattier see iiiein
tin yield to KoiiWii'l. The
Jrv eeneroiis in Uu Hacr.uce
GENERAL JOUBERT DEAD.
Hardship on the Bsttle Field Probably
Csnsed Fatal Illness.
Loi'renco Maruiks, March 23. Gen
eral Joubert is dead.
Pkktokia, Monday. Geuvral Joubert
is confined to his bed, and ia seriously
(Tbediepjtch from Luirenco Marques
I announcing; the death of tieueral Joubert
.. . I it will lu nnliw-.-I. ia ilu!til loiliV. Wpd-
Iikk a i!ioitiu rorio ivico
' i 1 1 i. no
lieu trade with tbe United neay, i-in-ni .
I what difference does it pake
Lie cf that island if the reven
I'd are need aud expanded for
of Turin Ricj?
ueilion from deficits iu peace
ses ia ar; from l-ond-issning
aiug; Irora no-ieiees 10 nappy
from men hunting jabs to jobs
tneu ; from soup houses to Lan-
s; from poverty to prosperity is
esult of accident or chance or
in ltKlia, out is me reu;i oi
party in power that kuoas how
e country ai.d command its con-
Pretoria, March '28. Geueral Joubert
died last nleht at 11 :S0 o'clock. He bad
been tntTorinit from stomach compluint
The town ie plunged iuto mourning for
the true patriot, gallant general an. I up
right and ho:u ruble gentlemen.
tiou does not mean bibber land
means, but an aujiisitneui oi iue
imports for tho protecliou of
an iut?rete. Nuxeious articles
be free list, or ou very low duty
because it t to tbe in'.ens! of
in trade that they ttear little or
. ro the principle of protection
Lail for a reduction o! duties, or an
Ln of all duties on materials that
control, and ou wbicb (bey are
ig exhorbitaiit pnees. me cry lor
-vuoJ pulp ia mere conaisfeutly
of tbe protectionist than of the
for reven je only'' people.
avior Hill, ins ruber of the demc-
sttte central committee for Crok
m a level bead on the fusion
ia. la reply to me tj ies ion ai to
er h favored a straight democratic
orfasion lliii year, he Slid: To
-rat I a iswir ves. to tbe eec-
answer that I fear fat-ion
lose more votes than we would
In fusion we have two tee
ince-C-eeRers ia sauiy, iiierei-y
ft ; double friction and dUcoutent
past has taught tntti solicit jiin-
yfand not partner?, eo I say, have a
traigbt cemocratic iicxei on ucuiocrauc
principle?, and if we aie bnnetl, iet us
iiide beneath a democratic tcmbstone.'
ltev. .kidtnore Toesdiy tiioweii ns a
samplfl of h;s ''Ainericaa SeedlinK
prune tree, of one year's growth, measur
ing 0 feet high above tbe ground. This
is a marvelous growth for one year. We
notice that Bulletin No. 61 of the Oregon
Experiment Station at Corvallis on tbe
Orejoa prune, jast publish sJ. fays of this
prune, lano; o'liere: ''Tuere are two
or three samp'es on the tablr which are
worthy of special atten:ion, Tho lira, is
12SL called by tha grower. Mr. Skid
more of Wiibur, Or., tbe 'Aoierican
Seedlins.' These. I think, were the
finest prunes I have ever eeen
Mr. kidaiore informed me that
tbe fruit sent was cot exceptionally
large. It will be noted that the fruit
carries oyer 90 per cent of edible matter
and is r.ot approached by any except
"The Doech" and the Willamette
Another point worthy cf note is th
exceptionally high contents of alba
menoids, over one per cent higher than
the average. If tbe tree is horticultural
ly suited to the Oregon condition it
certainly worthy of cloee attention."
Tne Portland Dispatch, tbe lea Jin
democrat paper of the state, has tbe (ol
lowing to say about "Cyclone" Davh of
Texas, who is on his bicctial lour
through Oregon :
"It iajust barely poiaible that the
people of Oregon could get a'.ocg in their
political affairs without tbe aid or inter
ferance of 'Cyclone Davis,' of Texas, who
has made bis appearance here regularly
for the past ten year?. He is a f o"iti
cal mountebank and adven'urer, in poli
tics for self-interest. In Texas be con
torts with (hs negroes and dep'aveJ
elements to defeat tbe democrats. He
comes to Oregon to teach democrats
their politita'. duty. If be is i a tbe state
clothed with any democratic authority
the soonr he is recalled tbe better. His
presence here bodes no good for tbe
party. Tbe sooner tbe democrats serve
notice on such political adventurers and
prostitutes as 'Cyclone Davis and bis
followers that tbey have no affiliation
with them tbe better. It is no credit to
any party tj have this class even in the
ranks of any party, not aloue to have
tberu put forward as leaders. Davis is
here to see what there is in it for him.
All Will at Marking.
London, March 23. A private lelt-gram
received froui Mufekiug reports that all
was well there on March 20,
OLIVIER IS SAFE.
Boers Rushing More fieri to the Front
I'KEioKiA, March "3. Uuited States
Consul Hay an 1 his secretary have goue
to Kroouitadt to make the necessary ar
rangements for United States representa
tion in the Free State,
A dispatch received here from 1!ot
headquarters ia Natal, announces tba
destruction continues of coal wines like'
PRESIDENT'S WESTERN JAUNT.
Governor Nash of Ohio, und Other
Buckeyes Will Come With Mc
Klnley. Washington, March '23. I.'resideut
McKinley, Governor Nash, of Ohio, Sec
retary of State Hay and other distin
guished Ohtoans will go to California to
be present at the launching of the battle
ship Ohio daring thS middle of tho mm-
mer. Tbe presidential train win ko
West over a Northern route and return
via the Bovthern Pacitic, New Orleans
and Atlanta. If they have begun their
fuwakini; cainoaiizn by that time, tho
president will be e-iro to hoiurthode
mand for speeches.
French Setiltment I cms.
March ncather nt last.
M'S Miry Chuichill has arrivtd home
from a sumewhat extended visit tit 1 er
UucleV, A. H. Churchill, at Millwood.
Henry Conn, jr., has started to tchool
after a three weeks absence.
Chas. Pierce of Clevela&d, in cutting
wood fr R. A, WooJruflfof this place.
' M. Woodruff tnmlu a tlying trip to Kel
logg the tirst of the week.
Hon. J. W. Coon went over the coast
range tbe first of the week to locate
Howard Wihou expects to coiuiucnce
woik for the Daniels hoys iu t few day?.
Mrs. L. C. Hill was visiting Mr?. Ii. A.
Wood roll one day last week.
Mr. T. M. Duuham was seen winding
bis way toward D. C. Cburchili'e lat-t
Mr. V. S. Woodruff made a lljitijr trip
And the place to get them is at
Strong's Furniture Store. I
Wc have never shown as elegant a line
of CARPETS as we have in stock and
on the road. See our Room Size velvet
Rugs. Also Art Squares. Our Mo
quette Rugs are of the latest designs
and styles. We can show you the best
line of Tapestry Curtains ever shown
in Douglas County. Also a good line
of Lace and Novelty Curtains.
Our motto is Good Goods and Honest values
B. W. STRONG.
va- : vii ;. : - . i -v.v: : ;
Notice for Publication.
United states fand Odice,
Ror.BCBO, Ortnon, February M. IXti.
otice if hereby gtven that tbe Joliowlng
eamed wttlcr has Hied Botli of hi Intention to
make final proof In mipport of hi claim, aDil
that n(1 proof will be made before the Ke!
. :-iver, 0 8 Land Office at lloteburg,
..a Mnrch SO, l'JOl). viz:
WILLIAM J I.AXDEB
On H. K. No. !.., for the N'.J XVi, Zi HVi'i,
N E! Is , 1 26 B, K W. He name! the
following wilneaaea to prove hi Cuntinuou
rpllenc upon and cultivation of said land,
via- ttxjtt Lander. Archibald O. Koae, of Mel
roae, Onunn, W. II. tinnier of Wardton, Oregon,
bamuel Alexander ol Cleveland. OrrRun.
A ipecial teacher for each deimrtmcuL Sew
aludent receircd at mnj time. For particular
address the piiucipal.
C. T. WHinxEsty, A. Ii. .
Kesideoce, Cor. Douglas ana Chs-s
Notice , For Publication.
I'siteb Statm Lan Ornrs.
K bnrjr, Oregon, Kebniary 1, I'jOO.
Notice is hereby Kivcn that In compliance
nilh the proTinioDS of the act of Congreva of
June 3, 1STM. emilled "An act for tbe sale of tim
ber lands In the Matt cf California, Oregon,
Nevada and Wiuhlntlon Territory,"
GKOki.K II. HEKROX.
I Of Manhfield, Onntv of Coos, htate of Oreeon.
1 . -. i . i i . . i ' .
in. uii ur uimiu iui)nii.- uia ivjfii state
ment No. M4, lor Ibe purchase ol the H'i NE'i,
t N VI'A, of Section So. 2, in Township No. M
tfoutb, kanste No. 9 west, and will offer proof to
show that the land sought 1 more valuable for
ita timber or stone than for agricultural par
poses, and tnestublish his claim to said land be
fore tbe RegUter and Receiver of this office at
Rcseburg, Oregon, on Saturday, tbe 12th day of
Mar, law. He names aa witnesses: William H.
bmith, of llanblicld. Oregon, Albert E. Bettys,
01 Marenneia. ureeon. t,. w. kgnlelL ol Marih-
neta, uregon, A. Kardcil, of Marshfleld, Ore
Any ami ail persons claiming advertelr the
aljove-descri)ed lands are renueated to file their
claims In this oOice on or before said Lith day
J. T. BRIDGES,
ly to be useful to the Biiiiali. I he Duo-1 to I. C. Cluinhiii's SunJa.v evening
dea colliery I. as teen blown up, ma
chiuce destroyed, and the mine reudered
useless for three months to como.
Accjrdine to dispatch from Kroon
stadt. Commandant Olivier has joined
Generals tiroeWer and Lemoer, who are
eafo. General Del try is etill tick at I're
tori but be will proceed to the front
Trains are frequently !civin with
birghers fcr the fighting line on tt.ii aide
Tbe Standard a;id Diggers News b;s
it learns that Generals Flivier, Groebler
and Learner bite arrived at a point suN
ficiently far north to relieve all appre
hension of tbe paesibility ci being cut
off. It ia eipeoted they ill arrive at
Winburg ii a ftjw days an J efltt a j no
tion with tiet.erai Dewett, when tbe
Federal trcop$ will be uiassed toopp03e
RliFUSES TO INTERFERE.
Tli re wua a jrand ball at Uicri'siJenco
of Charley Kyes lust .Satardsy iiijjlit.
Thi evening was epent io dancing until a
late hour, het all went to Ibeir many
homes expreFHiig Ihenipelvc" as bavirg
bad a good tiui.
There will t o a RrauJ Lai) ot J. V.
Ilali's at (Ik? cu; ty fatni next Saturday
evening, the 31st.
President Will Not. Disarm tbe Militia
on Either Side in Kentucky.
VA8utNcrN, -March 23 The Presi
dent has inforn.e-t the Kentucky Kepub
licins that while be cannot interfere in
the Kentutky affair to the extent of dis
arming the militia of either faction, he is
willing, eo far as be can legitimately do
eo, to recognise the Republican official
of that t iJte as tbe facto cfficiil. He
told them he would give directions that
mail addressed to an official by title only,
as to "Tbe tiovernor" or "Secretary of
State" should be de'ivered to Republi
cans boldiog those offices and not to to
Helen dould's Good Work.
Ntw Yoek, MarcL :7. The Washing
t)n dipa ii stat ic i that Miss Helen
Gould was pr.-.jiically paying the ex
penees of nine or ten chaplains in the
army in tbe Philippines was shown to
her last night. She said tbe work re
ferred to bad been done not by her, but
by the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion, and that she bad only helped a lit
tle in it.
We regret very much that it became
necessary to change the date of tbe Re
publican Coooty Couvention to a date
Murder at Sumpter.
BavkbChv, March 26. J. C. Lurb
man ebot and killed bis partner, V. G.
Weimau, it Sampler, this evening, the
ball enterinj tbe back part of the ear.
Tbey were proprietors if the Cape Nome
lodging-house, the quarters being in a
large tint, in wbicb tbe homicide oc
curred. The partuera bad been quarreling sev
eral days, and it is reported tbat Wei
man ran Lurhman out of tba tent' a
ebort time since.
Mrs. Lurhman was a witnees to the
shooting. The deceased lived an hour
after the shot was fired. A revolver was
found about four feet from his body, bat
it is not known if it belonged to him.
Lurhman gave himself up, and will ke
brought to Baker City tomorrow, lie
refuses to talk about the affair.
PLAOL'E STAMPED OUT.
Hay or Phclan Say There is no Dan
ger at San Francisco.
Mrs. Rose l'.Jt'cr Hint to Gardiner ncJ
back 'ast week.
Mr. A on a Reed. Mr-'. Maggie Nrbuu
find Mies Kannio lawyers, r 1 1 fisurs,
cams up from Gardiucr rrcent'y.
Wallie Freyerof Ktl:cg was in town a
few days since.
A. K. Oziuf will attend tba convention
at Roseburg April 5 h.
Miss Joie Andrews ijfpuken of as
teacher for the t rivals school, for those
living near Mr. Limpher for thh
TLis section has never been without
stage commuu;ctun with Praia for so
lonj a tim tefore in many years, and it
ia to be hoped it will soon bo pit tn tbe
Tbe Becklcy lraj. brought np a drove
of cattle f -om 'Smith River the first of
Tbe busy Lea ce.-tus to be doing ber
level best in view of K titer. Gto, Wal
ker brought down a borae packed wilb
many djin of that article of diet recent
Heavy shatters hve coolinued fur the
past two days an 1 nichts ao J itis much
cooler than the temperature for 6tveral
It is stated by the pi ess that tba Paris
Kxpoeition opening is to be postponed
for some weeks. Well, tbat does not
trouble us as oar trank was not packed
The Sou!bera Pacific Company has
made a rate of cue and ooe-lbird tare for
tbe roond trip to those wbo attend the
Republican County Ccnrention to be
held at Kosehjr April Tib. Full fare
will be paid to Roeeburg, passenger re
ceiving a certidcate, wbicb. when signed
by tbe secretary at Roseburg will entitle
tbe bolder to purchase a return ticket for
lowborn it may concern: otice is
hereby given tbat I will no longer be re
sponsible for any debts contracted by my
wife, Patience Bentley. Dated at Oik-
land, Oregon, March 22, I'jOO.
a22 B. F. BtMitv.
Finest Candies aud a complete line of Bottle Goods of
all kinds w
Our Stock of -j COFFEES, and
t OTHER GROCERIES
Are always fresh, as we are constantly getting in new
goods. Remember wc can save you nione
Sheridan Block. - "Ilia lUimiLgta
Plans for enlarging the school hou'e in
tbe city of Roseburg by tbe addition of
four rooms and remodeling tbe stairway
will be received by tbe nndersiitned un
til noon of April 5, I'JOO. Tbe plans
must be accompanied with tho probable
cost of building according to such plane.
By order board of directors scliool 'dis
trict No. -1, Douglas county, Oregon.
!an has sec
sco. March 20 Jlayor
sent the following dispatch
Toe votiiig places for the republic!
primaries for the Roseburg precincts
be as fallows:
Roseburg preciuct, city ball; West!"0""
lioeebuig, Depot Hotel; Umpqus, Cen
tral school building; Deer Creek, at jory
room io the court bouse.
Ibe voting will be by ballot. The
polls should be Ofie.ied at 1 o'clock p.
to., and remain open until 4 p. m. The
members of tbe county committee for
their respective precinls should prepaie a
suitable ballot box or receptacle for tbe
reception of the ballots sod should sp
point at least one iwrson as clerk to as
sist iii making a jwoid of Iho v-doift.
Hnwevex, the umt
'isforn t apers just received refer to
oradic case of bubonic plague in San
iciscj. Tne Board of Health re
ed such March G, 20 days ago. Since
i onr Chinatown has been thoroughly
iec'td and disinfected. No other
has appeared. All persons now
y visit the district, as usual. On ac-
it of tho vigilance and elhciency of
health department and Federal quar
ne. there is no future danger. Please
h this to your local press as an act o
ice to .Sau Francisco. James Df
ixed With Shouts for Cleveland.
oolil the republican
itself on the msues.
terof tltn proposed change had gone so J
far, that it was thought btMt to let it n
through, eo that for once, at least, the!
repnoiii ana i u Junius county win hold ; i
ita convention aft r thot of the opposition, : J
unless, aamany liavesugKeH'ed, thyailli
do, they again changojthrirOatein order
to get in at tba tail end of the proccesion,
where they have so long inarched, and
wlir-re the only fctd At home.
GitA.vrs Pa.u, Or,, March 21. W. J.
ryau arrived on the evening train aod
itiko for about 10 mioulus. A large
owd liHtened attentively. Although
iliouts for Cleveland were beard. The
peech was very tame, and was not re
vived with any enthusiasm. He con
ned himself chiefly to imperialism and
rusts, which weie both shouldered on
lie republican party. Mr. liryan
bought Josephine county was agricul-
ural, and spoke as if addressing farmers.
he general opinion of his speech was
ua (f dieappoinliiK'iil ,
There is more Catarrh in Ibis section
of the ciuntry than all other diseases
pu' together, and until the last few
r m was supposed to be incurable,
i i a great many years doctors pro
s' t: ced it a local d.sease, and prescribed
lc i remedies, and by constantly failing
to ----ire with local treatment, pronounced
it curable. Scieuco has proven catarrh
to Le a constitutional disease, asd there
fore requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the
only constitulionol cure onthe market,
It is taken internally in doees from 10
drops to a tcaspoonful. It acts directly
ou the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Tbey oiler one hundred dollars
tor any case it fails to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials. Address,
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Sold by Druggtets, 7!k.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Cape Nome Direct.
Pacitic Cjant and Etnpiro Steamship
Co'sl2 first class steamers will sail from
Portland and Tacouia between April 1st
and June 1st. U nam u tee to land pass
engers and freight on tho beach at Cape
Nome. Esch full ticket allows l-OO
pounds baygage free. Apply iaimedialo
ly for recetvatiouB.
John F. fiiv.iNs, Ajient,
Notice for Publication.
t" SIT ED 8TiTS L-l-fD Omd,
K'-Mrburx, Oreen, Febroanr IA. laOO.
Ntic is hereoy shell that in compliance
nun ioc l.rnvinotm 01 ue act ol jooi;ressol
June 3, in.-, entitle-! '-An act for the sale of tim
ber lands iu thettat-s.-f California, Orcs-o,
V" . - i . - n .1 I" U .' .. . T . .
Of Wasbbum, Coonty of ba-rflclJ, SUle of Wi-
coiisid, tas tiis ar did in tills ollive bis sw
atat-invnt No. for thr urehaw' of the Lois
3, 1. N 1 j N W i of K-ction No. i in Town-hip Xr.
it Bontu Kange o. a est. au-l will offer omrjf
to bow (hat the Und sot-gat is more valuable
lorus I'-tnorr or stone than lor asrncnitaral
iianv , and tnestablith his claim to siil
land before the Register and Receiver of this
office at Ko-teburc. Orwron, on Friday th STtb
1st oi Apnt. l.'v. lie nanu-s aa vitnesars
Christian O. lahl.f Washburn. Wisconsin, L.
T. Uetto.fof Woodland, Waittintou, John W.
Bvlland of Washburn. Wiseoiuin, Frank W.
Pot Urol Ashland, of Wisconsin.
Any and ail persons claiming adveiselv the
above-described land are retiesled to file their
claims in this office on or before said -Tt'i day of
April, 1900. J. T. B EI IX Ed,
Three Daily Trains Between Odns
The iocreasa in transcontinental travel
by way of Salt Lake City in conseqaenc
of tbe scenic and other attractions of tbs
rooto, has recently justified tbe Bio
Grande Western Kail way io connection
with the Der.yr & Riu Grande and Col
orado Midland Railroads says tba Salt
Lake Tribute, in establishing a triple
daily ft passenger serviee between Og
den and Denver. All of tbaae trains ara
equipped with the latert appliances, im
provement and cars. This road now
operates through sleepers between Chi
cago, Oden and Sim Francisco, also a
perfect dining car tervice. Send 2c post
age for literal are, ratej or other ioforma-
tion to J. D. Mansfield, 253 Washington,
Poriland ; cr Geo. W. Heintz, General
Passenger Aen!, Salt City.
M. F. RAPP, Prescription Druggist.
Drugs, Toilet Article-. I'atent MeJi-
cuiii. Cigars, Slationery, Toilet
Soaps, Taints' an-1 Oils.
The celebrated Magazine Cyclone Plate
Cameras. "Triumph Cut Film Cameras.
Call auJ Examine them.
DO YOU WANT
Good Service, Good Goods, and Good Prices
During the Holidays?
Have us call twice or three times a week for your
orders, if you are within the city limits.
Drop us a postal card or 'Phone 201.
Call in and see our Fancy Decorated
Haviland China and other China Ware.
J. F. BARKER & CQ.
Flour, Feed, Groceries, and Coun ry Produce.
Highest price for Country Trodure.
Notice For Publication.
- CNITfD STATES LAND OFFICE,
Host bn nr. Orvfon, February 19,
Notice is bcrcbT given tbat in compliance
with tbe pmriftone of tbe act of CoDsrres of
June 3rJ, entitled "An act tor tee sale of
timber lanes in the ttaU-s of California, Oregon,
Nevada ani Washincton TerriiorT, '
Of Waihburn. County of Be-rfk-UI, Htate of Wis
consin, bos tLis day hind in this oSiee bis sworn
statement No. fi, U,r the purchase of the
Lou 1 and Z, and of NE ef
6jction No. . in Towntoip No. 24 sooth.
Range No : Wjst, and ill oCer prof to show
tbat tbe land sought is ico:e -raiuable for its
Umber or stone -.ban fur agricultural purposes,
and to establish bis claim to said ladd u-fure
tbe Kegister and Beceivcr of this office at
K-ebarg Oregon, on Thur-ilsT tue Sid. da of
MT,1. lie iiamj- as witness: Da-rid Hed
laud, ot Washburn, Wisciin, Jacob Johnson,
Washburn. . Wisconsin. Oicar Ltio'lgren, ot
Washbuni, Wiseunsin, Olai Olson, of W aehaarn,
Anr and all ptttons clauning advener tha
aboedesrnt3il Unds are reo,acd to file thutr
claims ia this oU.ce on or before ssid 3rd daT of
May, 10. J. T. BBIDOIs.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Halted States Lan1 OlEee.
Roseburg. Oregon. March 2S, l?oa
Notice is hereby giren thai in compliance
with the pros isions of the at t of Congreas M
June 3, LST, entitlft --An a. t for the sale of
timber lands In tbe biates of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Wahin-rton Tcritorr,"
3i Cleveland. County of Douglas, Hlate of Ore
gon, has this day B:el in this office his sworn
statement K for the purchase of the
N W'! of section No, , in Township No. 27 8..
Range No. a W est, and will o3er proof to show
mat tne una sought is more TsiaaWe for its
timber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and toesublisb his claim to said land bet we
toe Registsr and Receiver of thui -Hice at Kiae-
ourg, Oregon, on lanndar tbe 7th dar Jun
l.'n. tie names as witnesses: Edward Von
Pesal, Carl B9Cker. John Becker, and
Sherman, of CleTeiaii'l, Oregon.
any ana a.i persons clai;uiog adversely the
above-described lands are reauested to a Is Umhp
claims in this oflice on or betore said ;th day of
J. T. B LI DOES,
Mrs. N. Boyd,
Desires to close out her large and select stock of China
and Glassware and will give tbe best bargains ever
offerep in the city. O and prove the truth of this
Hints to Housewives.
Half the battle in good cooking, is to have good
fresh Groceries, and to get them promptly
when you order them. Call up 'Phone No. iSi,
for good goods and good service.
C. W. PARKS & CO.
Notice for Publication.
CNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.
RoKbnrg, Oregon, February IT, 10.
Notice Is hereby given that in compliance
with tne provisions of tbe act of Coasresa 01
June 3, entitled "An aet for the saie of
timber lands In the states of California, Oregon,
ctuuua ni5DiuioQ lern-orr:
of Wa-hbum. County of Bayfield, folate of Wis
consin, has this dav filed in this office his sworn
statement No.' f'-r the purchase of the NE
of SecM'in No. 12, in Township No. 24 Ramre
No. 1 W., and will offer proof to show that tne
lan-l sought is more valuable for ita timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to
uoiisn ms c.aim to ta:4 land Delore tne Ret-ia-ter
and Beceiverof this office at Rose burg. Ore-
eon, on tThursday, the thirt day of May, txu.
Uv naiiMs as witnesses: David Hod .sou. ot
W ashbura. W isconsiu: SivertOic. of Wahbnrn.
W:srousia:Oiaf M. Olson, of W ashbern, W ieun-
sin: Jacoo jonnson. ot n asbburn. w uconsm.
Any and ail persons claiming adverselr tbe
above-descTitd lands are roiuesied to Hie' their
ciaiaas ia this ofbee on or before said 3rd day of
jsay, uw. J. I. UttJlMjta
Notice For Publication.
United iutes Land 02ice,
Rosasi u, Oregon. March 10. l.W.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with tbe provisious of the act of Congress of
June A. 1S7n eutiU.il ' Au aet fcr tbe sale of
timber land in the states of California, Oregon,
KiwuRDu nB.-iuiisiiui i em wry,
blLAs II. I1ANN A
Of Ashland, County of Ashland. State of Wis
consin, has this dsr filed in this ot&ce his sworn
statement No. fJ, the pun bam of tbe Nt'i
of ScUuu No. 24. In Township No. 24 0, Ranire
No. 3 W, and will offer prMt to show that the
land sought is more valuable tor iu timber or
klone than for agricultural purpews, and to es
tablish bis claim to said land before the Regis
ter aud Receiver ot this office at Koseburj. Ore
gon, on 1 uesday, the Jnd day of Mar, !. He
names as witnesses: L. G. DeWolf, of Wood-
land. Washington. Jamea McCnuv, Georse U.
McClond. Daniel D. Kennedy, ail of Ashland,
Any and atl persons claiming adverselr the
above-described lands are requested to tiie their
claims In this etSce ou or before said 2lid day of
J. T. BaiDcax,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tbs Kind You Have Always Bought
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
TJ&ited SUtes Land Office, '
Ro-risi aa. Or-gon, March, la, 1900.
Notice is bereor riven taai in com mlum with
the provisions of tne act of Congress of Jon 2,
is.s, enuuea -&.n act lor tne saie of timber
laniis in tbe Elites of ' .'aIiiumia.Oireron. Neraria
asd Washington Territorr,"
NE ILLS F.'MOWATT.
Of Ashland, County of Ashland, &ate of Wis
consin, has this day i'lcd in this office bis sworn
statement No. tul, for the purchase of the Sl:
of section No. Is. in Town.-hip No. V 6, Range
Ho. 2 W, and will offer proof to show thailae
landsobgbt is more valuable for ita timber or
stoi-e than lor agncuitursl pnnwses. and ioea
Ubli-h his claim to said land before the Register
and Receiver ei this ofiice at Raebiirr. i ny-rrm.
on Tuesday, the 22nd da; of May, 13U0- Urn
names aa wunesaes: U . DeWoli. of Wood
land, Washington, James C. Turner, of Port
land. Oregon, James McCully, Daniel D. Ken
nedy, of A&hland, W Ihtdsiil
Aujr and ail persons claiming advene; the
above-described Unds are requested to file their
cla ma in this office on or before said 22nd dar
ol May, im
J. T. BaiDa,
Notice For Putlication.
TNITED STATE3 LAND OFFICE,. -Roseburg,
Oregon, February 19, ISM.
Noti -e is hereby given that in compUanee
with the provision of the act of Cougre of
June 3rd, 17 entitled -An aet for the sale of
timber lands in to states of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington TerriuirT.'
Of W aihbam, Countr of Bayfield. State of Wis
consin, has this day filed ln this odiee his iwma
statement No. JT, for Cie p-jjrehase oi the SE'
of Section vo. 12, ln Townsnip No. 24 toalc.
Range No. 3 West, sad will oner proof to show
that the land sought ia more valuable for its
limber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to cstab'.h-h his claim to said land before the
Register and Receiver oi this office at Rfleeban;.
Oregon, on Thursday the 3rd day of Mar, 1300.
lie names as witnesses- fiivert Oie. oi Wash
burn, Wisconsin. OLaf SL Olson, of Washburn,
Wisconsin, Jacob Johnson, of Washburn, Wis
consin, Oscar Landgren, of W ash bum, Wiscon
sin. Any and all persons claiming adverselr Se
above-de-CTibed lanJs ara requested to file
their claims in this office on or before said 3rd
day of May, lMi.
J. T. BRIDGES.
Caro Bros. aU Oaklaod
Offer for Bale tbe following goods at cost
as they are over stocked ia them :
Mackintoshes, collarettes, capes, dress
skirts and a large assortment of cents
and boys' rubber clothing.
ACKERS' ENGLISH REMEDY
will stop a cough at any time, and will
cure the worst cold in twelve hours, or
money refunded. 23 cts. and 50 cts.
orsale at Rapp'a drug store.
Gopher Poison. I
Tlic Best and Chcnpcst Rcmeily
yet discovered for tho destruc
tion of these orchard and
Speedy aud Effectual rest-ruction
A. C. MARSTERS & CO., Druggists,
Notice for Publication.
L'xiTtD arATXs Lino Orn ,
no-v berg . Oregon. Febrnary, 19. 1300.
Notii'e is hereby given that in compliance
with tho proviri. .ns of the act of Congres of
June i. 1.5, entitled "An act for tbe sale of
timber lands in the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington T-rrltorr:'"
of Washburn. County oi Bayrield, Stale of Wis
consin, has this day filed in this oce his sworn
statement No. so, for the purchase of the
it1, of N)i an-1 lots S. i and i
of eection No. 6, in Township No. 24 foutlk
Eange No. 2 W . and will oJer proof to show
that the land sought is more valuable for ita
timber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to estailish his claim to said land before
tne Kerister and Keceivex of this orSce at Rose
borg. Oregon, ou Thursday, the 3rd dav of "aVar,"
1I0. He names as witnesses: David Hedianu,
ot Wajhbom, Wisconsin; Sivart Oie, of Wash
bare, Wisconsin; Olaf M. Oieson, of W ashbtime'.
Wiseoaia; Oseur Loadgren, oi Washburn, Wis
consin. Any and all persons e burning adversely the
above-described Unds are requested to tie theii
claims in this office on or before said 3rd day
May, lilCO. 1. T. BRIDGES,
m3p v Segiater.
Notice, for Publication.
CXITEB STATIC LASD OrTlCt,
Koseburg, Oregon, Febrnary 10, IjW.
Notice is hereby gien that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress of
June , 1ST;, entitled "Aa act for tbe sale of Um
ber lands in the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Wa-hinrton Territorr-'"-
of ilarshDoM. County of Coos, State of Oregon,
has this day filed in this office his sworn state
ment No. Si-, for the purchase of the SK'i ot
Section No. In Townsnip No. 3b 8, K:ire No.
W., and will offer proof to show that tho land
sought is more valuable for iu timber or stone
than for agricultural purposes, and to establish
his claim to said land before the Bcgister and
Receiver ot this office at Roseburg. Oregon, on
,-MltmUy. the lith dav of May. liMI. He names
as witnesses; Wra. H. Smith, of Marshneid,
I'rvron. dec H. Berron, of Marshneid, Orecon
K. W. Kardcil, of larshrield, Oregon: A. E.Kai
Jeli, of Marsh rield, Oregon.
Any and all persuus claiming advenvly the
above-described lands are roinested to hie theii
claims in thia olhce on or before said 1-th day cl
May, 19UU. J. T. BRIDUKS,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
I iti ted States Land OrSce,
Kokbi a,;, Oregu, March 10, 1900.
Notioe U hereby (rived that in compliance
with the provisions of tbe act of Congrese of
June. 1STS, entitled ".In act for the sale of
timber lauds in the SUtes of California. Oregon,
Nevada, and W ashlngtoa Territorr,''
ceorge h. siccloc'D:
Of Ashland, county of Ashland, State of Wis
consin, hits this day filed in this office his sworn
statement No. suo, for the purchase of the
N W' Lots 1 and 1 of SecNo. U. in Tp So. M 3. ft
No. - W, and will offer proof to show that the
land sought is more valuabte for ita Umber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to es
tablish his claim to said land before the Regis
torand Receiver of this office at Roseburg, Oro
gon. ou Tuesdav. the Und day of Mav, 10. He
names as witnesses: L. O. PeWolf. ot Wood-
laua. waruniun, James McCulIy, Siias K. Han
na. Daniel D. Kennedy, all of Aslilaud, Wiscon
sin. Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-descriLed lauds are roiucsted to rile their
claims in this o.'ticc on or before said Siod day
ot May, l'AV.
J. T. Bkidgb.-,
Ten dollars,$12,L5 and TW all in good
condition, these prices are good for 15
days. We want to make room for onr
lare stock of new wheels, ltDperia!a"aatl"
Cievelande, which we will sell this tea
son at prices from $25 to o0. Just think
of a wheel like the Imperial for t5.
Titer don't need any recommendation,
they recommend ttiemaflves. We sold
54 last season, and they are all giving
T, K. Kicii.nnso,