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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1900)
The Kind You Have Always
iu use for over 30 years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex
periments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
: What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
4uid Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms .
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
nud Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
," The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
T XT P! i - f
: - X7 scaio me
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
oesBu&a DIVISION NO 7. b. of ul,
a&Mta Trf iMnnd tad fourth BundAT.
tTOMKK'B &KL1KF CO HI'S KO. 10, MEKT8
first and third Fridays in each month.
T KKO POST. KO. 09, U. A. lUTXTS TBS
Ant and third Thursdays oi each Booth,
at t p. aa.
A LPHA LODGE, KO. 47, C OF P., MEKTS
every Wednesday evening at Odd Feiiowt
Wall. Visiting RuiKhts In good atandint cor
ilalry tn Tiled to attend.
JOS ltlCELM. C. C.
C. H. FISHER. K.R.S.
T ACKEL LODUK. A. P. A. M ., HEGULAa
Bteetingi the 2d and tta Wednesdays in
lTUESE L. PABROTT W. K.
K.T. Jiwrrr, S ecy.
P OFEBCRG CHAPTER, KO. 8. O. K. a. MEKTB
taa first and third
Thursdays of each
MRS. E. J. STROCD, W. M
JIACDE BAST, - r.. -
rODKRX WOODMEX OF AMERICA. MEET
a on (tret and third Tuesday oi each month
ia the rkl Masonic hs-L
H. W. Muxes, T. C.
H. L. M-iamas, Clerk.
"VrrWDMEJI OF THE WORLD. Oak fair.
t VV yo. ui. mcli at the Odd Feilows' UaU
Bescbunr, every 1st, Urd and 3th Monday
evening. Visiting neighbors always welcome.
J. A. BCCH ASAN, C. C
3. T. JEW ETT, Clerk.
TtBlLETARIAK LOiXiE. KO. 8. I. O. O. F.
i fturriav erenfne f rsi-h week al
tfcet hall ia Odd Fellow Temple at Rosebnrg.
Mnahersof the order in pwid aiandine areinvit
d la attend. - t,HAS. OLlON X. G
K.T. Jiwktt, &x'y.
BP.O. ELSE, ROtrEBURO LODOE, KO. S.
hoM their regular communication at tne
f O. O. P. hail on wcond and fourth Thursday
' rip month. All members requested to al
ien rqraiarly. and all visiting brothers f
tiailr ta riled to attend.
DOCOLAS WAITK, E. K
ISA B. RIDDLE, Secretary.
pOEXBURO LODGE, KO. 16, A. O. O. W
meets the second and fourth Monday, of
eeh moath at 7JD p. m. at Odd Fellows If al.
Measbaa of Uw order in food standing are in
aitad to attend. t
. T. McClALLEN, D. . WE.-T
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Cmted sr.Te Lasu Oft. .
Roseburc. Oresun. Februarv 19. lwl.
Kotiee ia hereby given that in compliance
witb ts fotiiish 01 uie a-.t ol congress 1
June ird, 1STS, entitled "An act for the sale of
timber hud in the states of California, , reron
Havaasi ana w asutngton 1 cmtor-.
OLAF M. OLSON.
Of Washburn, t ouutvof BsTfield Ma r of Wis
consia, has this day filed in this oftice his sworn
arattaasnt No. K6, for the puo-base o! the
tT Ki oi Section No.U. in T.wnship No 24 south
Maaaw No. 3 west, and will offer uroof to show
that the land sought is more vatuab'e for its
umber or stone than lor agricultural nunoes.
and to establish his claim to said land before
Cbe Register and Receiver of this office at Rose-
bare. Oregon, on Thursday the 3 dav of May
1). He names a. itne?s: Sivert Oie. of
Wasnburn Wisconsin. Jacob Johnson, of eli
born, VViaconsin, Ortr lindirreeu. of Wash
bora. Wmconain, David Itedland, of Washburn,
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-deserloed lands are nciuested to Die thci
ciatmsin this office on or before said 4 day of
May, 1903. J. T. BRIDGES.
aan Register -
Notice for Publication.
I'd iled stales I.aud Ofhec,
KosEBl s. Ore.. March, I. l'AM.
Xotice is hereby siven that the following
named settler has bled notice of his intention
to Bake final pi xf in support of his claim, aud
that said proof w ill be nade before Becisier
. ana Receiver 1 nited states Imdi oniee at Bcw
bttrgi Oregon, on April 14. lm, viz:
EMILY J. CENTERS.
, formerly Emily J. Thrush, on her H. E. No.
OS lor the N. w. i bee t. Tn. Z9. t. K. 8 w.
She namej the following witnesses to prove
her con tin nous residence upon aud cultivation
said land, vu: J.K. W ilson, w . 11. Tliomp
sob, Frank Huntley aud C. W. Mecuiu, all of
tamaa v alley, Oregon.
I. T. BRIDGES,
Tbe "Portland-Chicago Special,
which leaves tbe Union depot at 8 p. m.
daily is equipped witb strictly up-to-date
roomy Pall man sleeping cart, and free
inclining chair cars, steam heated and
electric lighted. The European plan
iintnt; car service is a special Jeatnre of
excellence on this line. Delicate china,
flowers, spotless linen, first class choking
and attentive servants a. Id lo the coin
fort of travelers.
A new library car is attached to these
As tbe name indicates, these care are
etted op as a library and readioir room .
Book cases "ODtaintriK all fbe standard
works, tbe current perodicals and daily
papers are at tbe disposal of all first and
Second class passengers.
Time never banga heavily on tbe pas
sengers' hands while traveling on this
train, and before on is aware of it the
train palls into the Union depot at Chi
cago. 0f fall information regarding the
Movement of these trains, rates, etc.
call on or addrefs
V. a. Schilling,
Or J. F. Givens,
"I am indebted to Oue Minnie Conuh
Cure for my health and life It cured
me of lung trouble following iriippe "
Thousands owe their lives to the irou;it
action of this never failiuK remedv. It
cures roughs, colds, croup, bronchitis,
pneumonia, grippe and throat and limn
troubles. Ita early, use prevents run
ssmption. It is the only harmleFR rem
ly I hill f iwa iiiimedialn results.
Bought, nud -which lias been
has borne the signature of
. and lias been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
no one to deceive you in this.-
oit nature vi
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Tnited States Land Office.
RosERra;, Oregon. Feb. L'l, I9u.
Notice isherebv given that in compliance
with the provisions e-f the act of Congress of
juco,.sn en tinea -ad act lor me tale oi
tiBibcrland in lite states of California, Oregon.
I Kevada, and Washinpton Territory,
iCl.la.M a. vt Kt..
Of Marsl- lei 1, I'O'intyof Coo. Srlate of Or.
g'n, has dar tiled in tbin offiee liisnrn
siaieiaeut No. s-.V for the purclitse of the st' (
of cc. So. IV, in T So. 3ti S. tt No. 9 V. and
n ill olTer vroof to nn that the laud t-ouch! 1
more vaiuaUlc for iu timber or cikiic thaa for
agricnltural purposes and to establish his claim
to said land before the Rcg'lcr aui lieeeierof
this office at Roseburg. Or. on Tucxlay the
JUIhdsy of May. 1AX. UeaHUiesan wunen-ek-Jofcn
Yoakam, John Herron, Cbarlen A. Met
lin, Fraua Roccrs, all of Map-hlieiJ. Oa'cou.
Any and all person; claim uitr adversely the
abdve-desiriliej iand rc re-Ueted to tile
thi-ir claims in tlii; otllce ou or Lielore sail Xlh
day of May. isco.
Notice For Publication.
rsiTKO fiim Lno Orricr..
Ko bure. Oregon, February lo. 1'jiidu
Notice u hereby gicn that in conipliauce
lib the vroviMons .f the act of CoiiKrer of
Juuei.l?.N cntil cl An act for the sale of tim
ber lauds in the stales of California, Oregon,
Ketadaaad Vashinrton Territory."
ANDREW E. KAKDLLL,
tf Miuh&iiJ, tountr of t State of Oref-n,
lias this i!.y nled in this oHice h sworn state
ment No. Mi, lor the purcha-eof the lots -s 4.
s'. NW',, of Section No. 2, in Towusliip No. T.
South, hKOge No. W West, and will oder iroif
to hor that the land Bought is more valuable
for lis timber or stetie lhau for agricultural
purposo, and to enabli-h his claim u said land
before the Register and Keccivcrof this olfieeat
Koseburg. regun, ou Sa;unlay, the lith day of
May, UiO- lie names as wiliK-ses: Albert E.
Bettys, of MarhticM, Orcvon, W. II. Siniiii of
Marshoeld. Onion. C-. H. Herron, of Marsh liel.l.
On-eutt, E. W. kardellof MarslilicM. Op-c.ii.
Any aud all iierMis cuiimin: alverseiy tin- i
above-dewribeJ lauds are rviaested lo tile tlieir ,
claims in this o&cc n or before said Uih dv cl '
J. T. BKI JGK?,
Notice for Publication.
. , Roseburc. Crecon, Feb Xn.'i.
.oii'-e ts nercoy given that in compliance
with the i,r.ri. ,m. 1 II,.- .... .1 . ...
I - - - v. -" - w., ... V V - . . " - VI
Junes. ISTb. entitled "An a. t for the sale of
timb-r lauds in thcetaiea of Caliiornia, On-con,
Nevada, and W ashingtou Territorv,
FRANK W. roTT'Ek
Of Abh'.iad. Couulvoi Ahland. Slale of tt is.
cons.n, has this day tiled in this ofliec his sworn
slalemeut No. SS-.i, for the pun base of the 'Utu
eat quarter, of Section No. 10, in ronrn-dup No.
H south. Ran ire No. J West, ami will o:Tcr pr..t
10 snow mat tne land sounutis more yaluabh
for iu timber or stone than for agricultural pur
los -s. aud to establish bistlaiiu to said laud
ueiore the Ketnster and Receiver of tbisoffiw
at Rosebtirg, Oregon, on F'ridsv, the Kth day of
April. y'. lie names as witnr-em Mici.a.-!
K OisUd of ttashburn, Wis.. John W. Hel
land of ttaMiburn, Wis, Charlie 'eis-rt, of
W ashburn, wis., l. T. iewoif of Woodland, I
Any aud all pcrsous claiming adicrselv the
lUove-deaeribnl lands are reouesicd in tile their
claims in this oii.ee on or
ore said LTiU day of
Notice For Publication.
United HtaU-s Land OBlec.
. . Ro-ibi k-;, Oregon, March 1.1. l-jm.
oii.-e is bere' y given that in compliance
with tbe provisions of the act of Congress of
Junc3, lsTe, entitled "An att for the sale of
iiiuvei awn in me oiaies oi (.auiornia, Oregon,
JAMK.-? ALliEKT STEM.MERMAV,
Of Msrshfield. Countv of rnm. Kiato ..l i,r....,.
has this day filed In this office his sworn state'
uiciu .o. lor tne
more t aiuabic l-r its limber or slone than for
agricultural ourDost-s. and to ,-ilul.li.l. hi.
tmou loiaio lauu neiore tue lU.-gl-l-r and Ke-ceiv.-r
of this ofliec at lioseburg, Oregon, on
"" me -hi uay oi ay, iati. lie names as
witnesses: William Turtam. of t'mi.ir. .n
Charles E. Edwards, of Empire. Oregon, Ed
ward E. Iftnckk-y, of Marslitleld, tircgon, Jen
Any aud all tersons claiimtiir ult.nu.K- ti...
s Wc-descnbcd lauds are requested lo file theit
V aims in this office, on or belore said 11 day of
J. T. BRIliGES.
Notice for Publication.
I ui led stales Laud Otlice,
lUVEIit eo, Oregon. Jlarch. 1J. l;jn.
Nollee Is bi.-tie 0ivtl -.a. in II
aith.thff provisions of the act oi Congress of
Jane 8, is,s. tntitled "An act f.. the sale of
timber lands in the suites ol ralii'.jniia, Oregon
Nevada aud Washington Tcrritorr.''
Off.nipire, County of Coos. State of Oreirou
has this day tiled in this olbr-c bia KW.ina Hint.
nieul No. fc'.U. for the purchae of the BK'.'
2,ec 11. N'j NE;of .Section No. z: iu Tounshin
No. 'H fl., Kaiics No. 11 V. ., and w ill oiler proof
to show- tlml tbe land S'liicht ! ,n,,r.. , ut.,ui.i..
for Its timber or store tban for iir.riculLuial
(iuri-ose, us-l to establish hi elaiui to said
and beluic the Bccister uml itet-clccr ..I n.u
ollicc at Roseburi; Or-it(u. on Monday the 21t
day of May, imm. He uumes ns wituesses:
AiDert Stemiiiernian, Chn'les E. Edwards, Ed
ward E. Hinckley, Jens Hansen all of Marsh
Any and all ncr&ona rlaimiinr i.tvur.i.i. ti...
above-described. lauds arc euuvsted to lilc their
claims in thlsollice ou or belore i-aid lal day of
J. T. RRIDGEs,
Notice for Publication.
United tute. Land Office,
ll'i'iBi Ki, Oregou, March 1::. laun.
Notice i hcrelj) given that in .vompliauee
ith Ibe provisions 'f the net of Congress of
une ;;, 1,. eutitied An act for the .,. ,.i
itula-r lauds ill the states ol aiiioitiia i ir.
Neadaauil Waliiiurton Territorv." '
WILLIAM fe- Tt Rl'EN.
Of Empire, County of Coos, hlalc of Oregon, I. hi,
thisilay tiled iu ilnsolliee bis snoru stateuieiit
No. Kr.i, f.,i .r pureba-M.' of the M2 fc,v'4 see. J ,
N W 1 , ol S-eiioti No. in i owlish ip No. '.'I
s , liuugt- No 11 .. and will oiler t.rool to show
that the laud Mjiiulit is more valuable lor il
liuila rot stone tlian for iiiicuHiiiul iurios-s.
and to efctnl.lih his elniin to said I lot belore
the Register and Keeeiicr "f this office
at Riiseburg, Otceou. on Momlnv the
'.'1 day of May, 1'jno. He iiriih-k nt- wiIiii'kk-s:
A ilH'it rileiiiine.riiiHU, feus IIhiik ii. Ivhwinl K.
Illli'.t I' V. t haiics K. Kdwnnls nil oi Munh.
field, Oregon. "
Any aud all ietsons cluiniiug adversely tin
nliove-descrtb. d lauds are requested lo file
ilieir claims lii this otlice ou or before saidl-.'l
iiy ol Msji, I'kii.
' J.T. RRIIHIKH.
purenascot the SI.' . N t 'i.
14, in Tow uship No. 24 8.. Ranee No. il tt ., and
will offer proof to show thakthe Uml
UNTERED QKIZZLY'S CAVE.
How The End of the Lake County
Bear Was Accomplished..
L.VKkViuvt, Or., Marrli 7. tjtorge
fSiuull crtmo 1 1 1.tkeviow lu'lay from SiU
ver Luke, ;m.l brought wi ll liitu a claw
auvl a iiKitti n( the f unoiia grizzly bear
ki!lel near Silver Lkt a lew Javs ko.
Mr. iSruttll waa one of the huuters, and
give hii iutereeting nccoui.t of the hunt.
There warn sis ia the pirty of hunters.
five men ami a boy 12 years old. The
bear, whirl) hl heen cjmajittioK di pre
datioos ou ttock in ihut couimni.ity for
the pat 15 or '20 yea re, had be -n ecprci
ally troubUs)ine reueiitly. William
Vaudurvert, who lu at iho DoM-liutes,
100 niilot awjy, ;t:id hue tt slate reputa
tion aa a tiuuier, was sent for. He ar
rived last week ilh his deg?, and the
bear's trail waa euon located about eight
miles from iiver Like. After following
it about eix rui!e, (he docs "freed" the
nioueter in a otve in a uuuniain on the
headwaters ol Silver Cr.--k. Tha trail
that led to ttio bear'a deu was along tde
ebelves of a cliir bei.ejtli Hie nu.rocks,
and there was hut ine way of uet:iog to
it. The hunlei8 f llowtd on, c!iuibiog
along the piojetning rockv, and reached
tbe uuctb of the tave. They found a
a email entrance (u tbe dark cavern, and
the dj9 relueod to enter. They tried to
emoke the gtiizly out, but he refused to
Then Jell II .ward, it n ol t ntideut of
this county, ami a hunter and trapper,
EQgfSt.d a plan more datit g limn that
of Israel l'utiam, and proceeded to carry
it out, iy peer inn nuo iiie c-ive lor a
long lime, he discovered thai ibere were
two apartment?, and he could fell from
the growls of the bear that he a iu the
larger one. il alto discovered thai the
walli that separated tlietaocavrs were
of shell reck, aid ihat there wero rrev
icep and op:ciaii between them. He
bad the tU.tr live hu titers climb upuu
the projecting cliff atove, so as to be out
of danger, and where they could cover
tbe entraoce of the cav with ibeir guns
and he took a laige pole and ebtered the
Gropicg in the darkness, ha discovered
the eutranro that led into the smaller
cave and entered this one and got in tbe
rear of the grizzly. He then begau to
prod tbe monster, aud soon made it so
uncomfortable for him that, with a fe
rocions bowl, the animal tuade for tbe
open air. The minute Le reached tbe
cliffs, Billy Ball, the Indian, shot Lim
through tbe neck Irom above, and a lew
mote weil-directei shots completed the
He proved to be a monster plantigrade
genus tear, aad a conservative eetiaia e
placed his weight at 100 pounlr. Some
thought Le would weigb considerably
more. His tkin, which was prime,
weighed 60 pounds, and waa eight feet in
length, iie carried four inches of fat on
tbebick. Oae of bis claws. tbe middle
one -i.ea6uted 0'; inches in length and
one iocb in widtb.
Conn, oce cl tha huotere, paid fJO (or
bis kid. Tte amount of tbe reward di
vided between tbe hunters was $95, and
Vandcrvcrt was paid $10 for cjiuing.
llclipse in 1900.
In the year 1'AX) there will be three
eclipses, two of the sun and one of the
moon. Tbe first will b total eclipse of
thesaa May i0, and wilt be visible
tbrongbout the United Stater. The first
j eclipse will begin about 7:28, and con
i tin ue about two and one half boors.
jXhs fin.i ia
XQB SeCOUa IS
par is! eclipse. The
third is an annua' eciipje of the sun, in
visible in Anirri-.-a, November 21. Tbe
total eclipao of tit-j bjo on Mv 20 will be
a very interesting sight.
Xewbjrg, in the lower Willame'.te val
Iey; ia about ta secure a beet-sntjar fac
A new Me'.bodist Episcopal Church is
to be erected at Cottage Grove to cost
A AVallowa man brought back from
New Orleans a live alligator eight in
ches in length.
M. Van Cleve, of Indiana, has par-
chased ibe Crabtree place, on Mary's
River, in Benton County
jt a newspaperman was witb the
crowd of Astorians wbo recently made
tbe excursion 16 Tbe Dalles.
A carl tad of Cascara bark was shipped
batnrday from Corvallir. Its destina
tioa ia Hamburg, tiermany.
D. 8. McCUreo, of Brownsville, has
eoM -100 acres near that place to Burl
Calloway, of Corvaliis, for T0000,
A California man got tbe contract to
carry tbe mall between Alpha and Msp-
leton lor fdSo a year. He has been try
ing to sublet it for f 373. The contract
commenced to run April 1.
By a vote of ii to 20, the property owners
of Lakeyi w havt decided to bote tbe
town for f 10,000 lor a water system and
electric-light plant. It is expected the
improvements will be com pi? ted by No
Tbe sacrilegious pastor of a Bapi-t
Church at Albiny took the following for
his subject. Sunday evenine. "Would
Jesus Vote lb1? K 'publican or Democra
tic Ticka?" The vice of Sheldonism is
William l'rolich has sold bis farm uear
Crabtree, on which he has lived for 12
years, to James Hart and Cbarlea
Thompson. Mr. Frolich aud family will
eoon remove to Kansas. He has been in
Oiegon for 23 years.
The 3-yeai-oid daughter of Sheriff
HolJer, j( fSherman county, was playing
with a kite "and matches, last Wtdesday,
when she s-.tl hnr clothing a fire and wai
coi.sidciably burned. She is expected
to tecovcr, with little disfigurement.
L'lkons departed Sunday to
tint erection of T. A.
rt-amery on tha John loti
ilnt:e a couple of tulles
below Uiverton. This will greatly en-
t o;irait- the dairy Uitn " iu that section lo
improve mid enlarge (heir herds. Mr.
North ia a lira',- Us creamery man and
wi I no- doubt work up a large
patronaixfyr hm plant. Cyqoille Bulle
iXj'Jr kin pla
PEARL HARBOR TO BE IflPKOVED.
Hawalin Islands Are a flenance to the
Nkw York, Apiil 3 jpeci il to the
Tribuue Iroui Watthiogton says: The
Naval authorities want 1'earl Harbor,
which thtr regard as the uiodt import
ant pout of the United States in the Pa
cific, made available for naval purposes
without further delay and au'uppeal will
be made to Cougress iu a few da a to an
tbonze the ueueeeary improvuiu ntr.
Tlio board which has bdeu studying
plans for the harbor lia compiled its
work and recomaiends tbe purchase of
certain lauds inttide tbo harbor lor naval
repair pl.uir, dockyard and btoreliouso,
as well as sites for the erection ol tli Kns
ive works. They fat or the iinuiediute
expoi.diture of $51)0,000, which wi I make
the harbor acce.wtble and provide all the
hind ri quired for tar her improvements.
IVail Harbor is the only hxrbor wurtby
of tbo iiaiua in he Hawaiio group, the
other latidiug places, including that at
Houuiulu, being utteily iudefeusible
against ait enemy, l or military pur-
poties, the Hawaiin group ii regarded aa
a meua celo the United Stale) ia time of
war until 1'earl Harbor can bj entered
and ied aa a reudezvoua for war v-e-eU.
I. U. li-itler has returned fr im Port
land aud the Cuwli t. l, 1".- will soon
go to 13 hernia for a while.
It has b 'en decide I to plat the ceme
tery t'ir in Sots uiid otherwise improve
the snuie, which is : mova in the right
Priui.tr. 1 1 were ho! I attended and the
delega'es cb vs-n are: A. E. zouf, T.
V. Andrews, II Weatl.e.Iy and M. I
-Ed Mj irie carried t lie u.ail to Klk n !
on one of the "rips of the past week. !
Hazel lUmf had the misfortune to eel I
a fall while .li iri which knocked out j
two front tce-h and otherwise l.'ni ed j
her face. 1
Mia. Mar YV.Uou and her daU2lrr.
Miss Eva, will ake up their residence in
what is known at Mr. raltner a old store
during t';e ti n- Mra W. is employe I as.no: .". tiv but u ni oVAJf to
teacher of the school ! and yo-.i will le . :ir-d.
W O rub..eweot,oGa;d,nerSaturjIERE YOUR SYMPTOMS!
dav to furnish munic for a dstice at that
I I. CONSTANT HEADACHE AND
Plale' j TROUBLED EltAIJf. Tal; HUDYAN
John Jblitnmon of liirdiner, -was in and your hea.lche will disappear,
town last week shaking hands witb num- 2 2. PALE OR YELLOWISH COat
erous friends. PLEXION HUDYAN will establish a free
Cir. 'Hia!:-:i of i n:; b)l an! csass the checks
1 - t to assume tb-ir ns'ur;il co;or.
Albany Elks will give an open-ssaeion j 3 loss O? APPETITE AND OHAW
and bati.iuel April i IN3 IX TIIS SToatCH. HUDYAN
,,. . , i ,i ,. i . ! will re'."r.- !'ri- ;p.-t::i and tbe d.geslioa of
Misses luce and Hacker. Ibe two Ltt- i (- .
comb girls who were reported to have- 4 rEELtxa0F WEIGHT OVER THE
been poisooea several weeks ago, have j liver, t.i-.i daj to the enlargement ol
not yet recovered, anJ the Lbinon Lx- j m-iircr. it t r:.s-i ni tu poison of ma.
r-raaa Adanr sava it is now the ceceral i MVMVAM aiUdriveoat tbe poises aa
belief thtit they were given some kind t f ,
'dupe ' j
Une of the important itemiia r.cur
iog tbo Host results with youn ducks is
not to allow them to get wet.
If ycu want to mate op puileta for
nest yejr's breeOinif, put iu a gojd, vig
orona 2-year old cock with them.
KowU running at Urge in an orchard
do much good in tho destruction of lar
vae, worms, beetles and bugs.
Keep your poultry tame. Lvt them
know yoo are their friend and returns
will be much mo;e satisfactory.
No ona can make a specialty of fresh
. in rininmiiri with ml tikioz extra !
pains tbat every egg soM is fresh.
The heavy eittera should have shallow
nest boxes and ratter flat neels, other
wise there will be too many broken
Among wild birds, the greatest egs
proiuceis arethce tbat subsist more
largely upon teeds than upon animal
Ia milk abuudaut at your bouse?
Warm a pautal, put a little salt in it and
set it before voor hens early in tbe morn
Winter layers depend upon early pul
lets, early pullets depend upon early sit
ters and early sitters npon tbe winter
Let tbe children have charge oi tbe
flock but let an older head look after tbe
cbildaen in a helpful and encouraging
Egg production generally pays better
than tbe raising of poultry (or meat, ex
cept where early boilers can be pro
duced. To breed poultry for the early market
we should select rapid growing breeds,
such as Plymouth Hocks or Lsghorns.
Feed three times a day, giving at
each meal all that is eaten up clean of a
sufficient variety to keep them with a
The following data, covering a period
of 22 yeare, have been compiled from
Weather Bureau at Kiweburg, Oregon,
f. r the month of April fur 22 years.
M-m or normal temperature, 61 do"
; tbe warmest month was that of
1 -i, with an average of 60; the oldest
ni'i b was tbat of lS'.kj, with an average
of 1'.; the highest temperature was !J
on , lS'J, ; the lowest leiupera.ure was
2'i n 12, ISO); average dale on which
firtt "killing" frost occurred In autumn,
Oct. 14: average date on which latt
killing" froet occurred in spring. May
Precipitation (rain and melted snow.
Average for the month, 2.C3 iocbes;
average number of days witb .01 of tin
inch or more, H;the greatest monthly
precipitation was 5.14 inches in 1832;
tbe least monthly preclpatiou waa O.lio
inches in the greatest amount of
precipitation recorded in any 21 consec
utive hours was 1.1 4 inches ou Ititli
188ti; the greatest amotiut of Enow fall
recorded iu any 24 conseculivo hours
(record extending to winter of iS84-85
only) was trace iuchen ou 14 lS'Jti.
CLOfDS AND WEATIICIl.
Average number of e'esr days, 5;
partly cloudy days, 10; cloudy days, 15
The prevailing winds have been from
tbe northwest ; the highest velocity of tt;e
wind was 3S wiles from the southwest on
23 and 25 18audl8U4. ,
. ' TllOH (tlllSON,
mw;mm aii.J"tl,pr Jj,,,
Anyone sending a sketch and description ma
qulrkly nscertani our opinuin free whether aa
Invent ion Is r.lall patentable. Comrminira.
tlonantrtcttrronUiiHntfnl. Handbook on Patents
sent free. IIMest apency for securing patents.
I'titents taken tnrouKh Munn A Co. receive
tptruti notice, wllhnut clinnre, in tha
handsomely Itlnstrated weekly.
"iiittnoti or an srieniinc lournal.
f'"ir mimtbs. IL ASld by nil ner1(lnp
. & Co,"-1-8" New York
ni.'.ueu uiiiit. r rt. Yrasciutftun. iJ. i;.
Nctice for Publication.
t'KITED tSTATE.-i LAND OFFCK.
Ro.ikiii no, Ore , February, 2S. l'joo.
Noti'.-o t" hereby Riven that th'u following
uiuneil m tiler has tiled notice of his intention
to make finul proof In support of his claim, and
that said proof will bo made before the Kcgihter
and Ret elver I'niled Htntes Land Otlice at Rose
burR, Oregon, on April H, i;i, vl:
KEL liKN K.BMITH,
on his If. E. No. .M7, tir IbeS. C S K ','
N O mid lliu X, E. 14 X. E. 1 Sec. j, Tp. ..' A.
K 4 V.
lie nanu s tbo follow ins wiUio-en to prove
his cintiimoiis residence upon and cultivation
of Miid land v : Kll Miller. John Krown, John
Miles, aud T. I.. Brewer, all of Myrtle Creek,
tip J. T. BRIDGES,
Is the result of r-eaicd acute attacks. Tha
liter and spleen arc principally affected.
They act aa storehouit for the malarial
poison and the 1.1 -1.1 takes It from them.
The ilson must
I driven out of
Y AX will destroy
'ho action of the
iion and event
ually drive out the
last particle of it
from the system.
In addition to
tht", Rt DVAX
will restore the
lost app e. It
will buil-. up tha
IICD VAN will
make new Mood
i " ""-w r. -s u
The pains in the bones will
It tv 1. 1 e::rc
Hf iVtV has cured others and
.i. tva describe the symptoms.
5:.lv tiii'iti r';ii;:t. Th?r it; ynurs P-
Ctis? :Ue.'4 m ti assume IU natural site.
5. HEAVillESS IM THE REGION
J OF THS SPLEEM. The spleen becomes
j frcatty enlarged. HUDYAN wi less-a the
torj A'.nn and ca ue the heaviness to dlaa-
I lull ii. u?-:risg frri Chronic M.Iaria and
you mn i-e c :,!. lit DV t. will relieve roar
ewry symptom and maso roa well. II I I
VSi nil) l: ub:ainei of s'.f dr'vit ;s for ivc
per p-isee, er packsgiis for I. VC If your
druKgi.t l'v-s pet krp if, send direct to the
III lit AN HKMKI1V COtlHAM, San Fran
cisco, Cal-.lornta ;uerutrr that vou raa
consult the Nt UT UOCTOKS VRKK.
Call and see th9 doctors Vo l may ralf and
see them, or write, as yaw desire. Adilraaa
HUDYAN REMEDY COMPANY.
Car. (tecVtsa, Market sal t!!a) Sta.
(aa Frsaelsom, Cat.
i ;n nr.
Colorado and all
Oivcs choice of two favorite routes, via the
UNION r.U-IFICFast Mail Line, or ?he
RIOURANDE .-"ceulc Lluca
No Change of Cars
On the Fortlmid Chicago Sntxial, "the liuvst In
Equipped W illi
Eli-';int' Mandard kvperf
Fine New Ordinary (Tourist) levtvur
Suivrb Library-Buffet Cars
Splendid IiiK-r (iiieiilr- a la carte)
Free Kcclininir Chair Cars
Ctiinfortable Coaches ami Smokers
Entire Train Coiiiph'tely VcstibuleU
Fu fiiitbcr infonua'iorCspply to
J. F. UIVANS, Agt., BoteLcig
R. Nagelj W. E Coman,
. Tres. FaM. Agu Gen Act.
U4 Third SC. Pet I : a Or.
We Have the Best and
Cheapest PIANOS and ORGANS,
I i L i sr-ij .Liij.aga?aT3
been the recipient of One Hundred aud Twenty-nine First
ing the Supreme Recompense,
pean Award ever given to a Piano manufacturer, aud The Crowning American Triumph,
The Greatest Award of the World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago.
CLEVELAND, SPALDING CHAINLESS,
AND IMPERIAL BICYCLES.
Prices from $28.00 to $60.00 for Spalding.
- All wheels fully pnar.inteed.
All goods fully guaranteed and sold on the installment plan. Band Instruments,
Guitars, Banjos, Mandolins, Violins, Accordions, Autoharps. In fact almost anything in
the musical line can be had at
Mr. li d t. McEaep, of Micro, Flcrida, writes K, I.. Allen & C .; "My garden
spot was 150 x 27i feet. My s td cit T10.00, Fertilizer !.00t Help alto2ether
0.00. This fall w4 the firnt time I o,d the "PLANET JK." (Mo. 4 combined
Hiil end Drill Keder) nd 1 made cletr jfnO.OO and ecougb left to do me notil I
Csn gt t aco!h-r cop." You can do as well if you ne tbe .
"Planet Jr. Garden Tools."
Churchill & Woolley.
Distributors for Southern Oregon.
SEND US ONE DOLLAR
We have a Complete
stock of TEXT BOOKS
and the Finest Stock of
ever brought to this city.
Prices are Right. . . .
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
j P. Benedick
a Any Job Work done at
f Reasonable m
Cass Street Market
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Fresh and Cured Meats
'Phone Main 353.
CHICKERIXGS, WEBER, KIM
Besides these we have other good
Piauos but cheaper in price but not
in quality. -
While we have the highest grade
Piauos kuown, and recognized the
world over. The Chickerintr
The Cross of - Legion of
rrr this is.
to is wrra
sad w. will
scad yoa our
SPECIAL HIGH CRaDlT
$38.50 STOCK SADDLE
by freicht C. O. I. aakjees ta esaaslaaUMaw
YOU CA1 EXAMINE IT JO?TBr2,7?Z
! , depot, aad If farnmA
prietij avsuLa4jart4Brj. cudlj mm KprMcaftesl,
An Extra Fine High Grade Saddle
lnri t equal of nifldjarK ncti vtmtmrm t trma
tit&ZJrjZi OUR PRICE.- .38. 53.
In. the Sl.seacsrit, ar SaTUM, aaat traitt
This Saddle ia made on a IBttor
1 6-inch Genuine Ladeama or
Nelson Heavy Steel Fork..
rtRFTCLLY atLECTEB HAWRIItE rstCira
Tltft-K. bound or roll eaot.stl Inktiaer cored Krrap
or Mors oiaow aiaf. aonao, umim. .ui mm s
TREE IS MADE EXTRA STUOIUS J2S?toot
hatd, Xiach wul la Umip iMLTaatra. ltt-tarh Ueftnp.
trTtotvca tmr j4, Mrv-h to bdts on oflatde. brtrj
ronton twvtd MrXKaui S-tarl. trant riaefcL, kamTj roctoa.
bt?w uur rinrK, cosoecuaff sUrmp. Loop feat, tml tad
joc&ry ui our ihcv.
CLECAWT HAHD RAISED ST M PI WO
aa tmtrsiM. w rlst mf s&aie imi aa
for snMstent. si poonda. I BXkJtl m iu aaatt
turn roa sra aiurs.
WRITE FOI f REE VEHICLE. HaRHESS IKD SkDOLE
CATALOGUE. sHewinf a lull liae ef Cawbsy and Rancaer
uuinis a ib fewest prices ever sootes. Auorcss, a
SaHS. RCEEUCK & CO. (Inc.) CHICAGO, ILL
tasara, aii.aia ukanacaij waassii as )
Undertake!1 End EmLalniEf.
Game in Season,
Medals and Awards, includ
tlouor, The Highest Euro
. I'jiitid Htatbs Lano Orrits,
Uosebura:, Oregon, Jan. aa, 15Ci.
By Honorable Commissioner's letter "N" of
! November at, W, this office was directed toor-
der a bearing to determine the character of tbe
, following described tract of land, to-wlt: the
h a i'vv' X W ""d W l ' NK T h
heretofore adjudged to be mineral in character
' (decision ol October .", IhTt.) but now alleged by
the Oregon and California Railroad Companv to
lye easentialiy non mineral in character, all
! mineral (If and were contained) having been.
since said decision, extracted, or taken from
! said tract.
Wherefore, In Conformity with the Instruct
: tons of said letter a hearing ia hereby ordered,
j the testimony to be taken at this office, before
j the Rerlster and Receiver on Friday, April .
. ls at 10 o'clock a. m., and :he parties hereto
j are hereby summoned to appear at said time and
t place and furnish testimony in support of their
res pee 1 1 ve claims.
1 Haid hearine lo be conducted in uiMtiim
with paragraph l'Xet soj of the C. U. Mining
J. M. BfOTII.
.Notice ot Final Settlement.
In tbe Countr Court of Uie Bni nf nrM..
for Douglas Count :
Ia the matter of the estate of Thomas Wiler,
Notice l hereby eiveii that the n nri.mtrru-H
administrator of the above eii tl tied estate baa
tiled his final account therein, and said Court haa
maue an order aupointina; Monday, May 7th,
1'JjO at tbe'eocntr court house inRoselmrr Tlnti..
Coauty, Oregon, at 10 o clock a. m. of said 4ay
as tne time ana ptaer ir hearing objections
thereto, and for the final settlement of .!!
estate, ai.d any and all persons having any ob
jections 10 saia iinai account, or any part tbere
ot, are hereby notified to file the same In tbe
alove entitled court and cause, on or before tne
timeisei lor saia nnai settlement.
JimSLsOS H. WILET,
Notice for Publication.
CaiTKOSTsTCS I.1D OrTItaT
Eoseburg, Oregon, March a. 1300.
Notice is hereby giveo that the following
named settler has filed notice of bia intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Regis
ter and Receiver, United Mates Land Office at
Roaebnrg, Oregon, on April as IA, wiz:
HA Ml EL ALRKANbEK.
Ou II K K for Hi- S W!4, Luta3 and 4,
Sec , T X 8, U (. W. He names the following
witness.! t prore bia continuous miiiemx
npen and cultivation of said land, viz A. O
Rose. tt'. J Lander, 6 Laodcr, .N. Cuxtt, all of
R use burg. Oregon.
.'. T. BRIDGES,
MaTNouisT Cue am-eomer af Haia aad tane
slreeia. 6an4ay Service: Preaching, II a. am
and M p m.; Babbalh school, 0 a. aa.; L.
A. Walicer, euperintcntut; Class Meeting at
cltav ol the mom lug aerriee: Xp worth Laagoe
7p. m. t. S. Godfrey, President. Prayer
Meeting. Wednesday, at 7:30 p. m.
C. K. Aasou, Pastor,
Parsonage, corner Haia wad Laae.
C.siTaa BtATaaaa Cacaca-on rowier street.
ouadajserTice, at 11a.m. and 7:39 . sa. Pray,
er meeticg. Tharsday evening.
Mrs. Lcct M. Ctirur, Pastor.
8t. (iavaoa's - Cacaca. Corner Caaa and
Uaio streets. Services oa second and fourth.
Sunday morning of each month aad every Sun
crcning. Special services announced froaa
Ime to time, Rsv. Joks Dawson,
H. E. CacacK, Sort a. act vices every gonday
.-urning and evening.
Re J t Cottos, Pattot
Baptist C'ULaxH corner of Lane and Rose
treeta. Sunday scrr ice: Preaching at 11 a. at
and 7:30 p. m. cabbath School at 10 a. at, O. P.
Coshow, superintendent, frayer aieeting t
7:30 Wednesday evening.
. A. DuCcLaa, Pastor
!taT CaaisTLtw C iu aca Corner of Haa
and Woodward streets. Sunday services
Preaching both morning and evening, goads
swismui.111. i.r. . u. e. at 6:30 p.
Prayer meeting each Wednesday evening a
7.30. A cordial wricome' and greeting ana:
ai W. A. Wooe.
Firsr PKKaBrrsKiAS Chcich Corner of Car
aad Rose streets. Sunday aerriee- PaoU
worship, 11 . m., anl a p. at.: Sabbat
school, 10 a. m. If . P. 8. C. E. at 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening 7:39
m- J. A. Towssairo, j
Taa W. c. T. C. will hold its regular meeting
on ever jJonday evening at 720 au i i
the IpwoRb. Leagxia room of tho If Chore
Ltiitr 1 ecataiKtas ;' Asaaz'
t ! t
m. fait Lake. Deawr. Ft. Faa I
V ' Hort- Oxana, Kaa- ! Mail J
P-Vt as City AXouia Chi- :iop,m
Sjoaane Walla Walla Lewistoa. ookaua
Flyer Spokane, Minneapolis. 1 ilver
o.Vip.ro.. St. p.a., Duluth, MU- Sa. m.
; waukie. Chitaso and j
' East. !
8 p. OU i IICUS STtUBiHIl I
AU Sailing' dates subject
l to change.
For San Francisco .
fraU Dtc 3, is U IS, 3,
2S and every & days. j
Tv) Astoria and Way
10 p. m.
i a. m.
i-gvn Cit. Sewberg,
s'em k Way-Laud a
WtujtsETTK And Tax- 3 30 n. ra
BiUKiTBas. lion. Wed
Oregon City, Davton
6 a. ' IU. I " WlLUHSTTK RlVt . J -M m
aud Sat. Portland to Corvaliis and and Fri.
! and Way Landinss. .
1:JD a. ui.
Ripaiia to LcwisWn
S:A' a. m
J. F. Glvans,
W. H. Hurlburt,
Gen. Pass. Agt-,
Agent. Roseburg, Or.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Cnited States Land Office.
RiKBi a.;, Oregou. M.wh i. 1300.
otfce is lierebv sireu that in mnnii.iuu
wtta the provisions of the act of Congress of
June 3, lsTA, entitle.1 "An act for the sale ui
timber lands iu tho States of California, Oreeon.
ovada, and t ahinetoo Territorv.
ANDREW J rtivs.iv
Of Ashland, County of Ashland, State of Wiscon
sin, bas thia day tiled in this office his sworn
statement So. So7, for the purchase of the SE'iof
section No. s, in Township No. 24, s., Ranms
No. 3 W, aud will offer proof to show that the
land sought is more valuable for ita timber or
s,n!- Jhaa for ajtrkultural purposes, and toes-
ciaim to saia lanti neiore the Regis
ter and Receiver of this ulriee at Riwhi.n.
gou, ou Satunfay, the lnd day of June, 1900.
He names as witiiesaea: J. C. Turner, L. G. De
wolf, f Portland. Oretxm. L. Penln a-uf va.
ard Rone, of Oakland, Oreeon. '
Any and all persons claiming adversxlT the
aoove-aescribed lauds are reuuetid to nia
iheirciainisiii this omce on or belore ssjL.'-.d
day of June. I'M).
J. T. BainaEA
Notice for Publication.
rsiTKD Siatks Land Ori n a,
RusebarK. Oregon. February
Notice is hereby given that iu compliance
with tbe provisions of tho ad of CorHfress of
June 3, 1. entitie-t "An act for the ale tim
ber lauds in tho Slates ol California. Oresrou.
Nevada aud W a.hitncloii Territory "
KR10 W. KAKDEli, rf-3s. -of
ilarslifleld. County of Coos, State n;- . Mat
has this day tiled iu this oriiee hisorui te
ment No. S, for the pun'ha-e of the lots I7li .
NK;, of Section No. i, in Township No. 27 s
Ran se No. low., ami will oiler proof to .vaow
that tho land soii'-ht it mora valuaid for ita
timber or stono than for agricultural purposes,
aud to establish Ii is claim to said land beioro
tbe Keisu'r and Ki-colvi r of this otlii-eat Kosu
bur?, Oivgoit. on Sal unlay, Uie Itlth dav of Mav.
lisi. He names as witnes.-: Alert K 'Rt ttva.
of Marsl-ti-.-lil, Orc-n; A. K. Kard. ll, ot M.irn
noM.Oivgou: W. It. Smith, of Marttue!d. Orr
Kn;tiiti. it. lteiron.oi Marlniuld. hex.. a.
Inv anil s i iuh.mi. i'Lini h . . . w ..
al4vu-itacribei laada arc muffed t. it;,- tjiair '
i iims iu tabs oiJke ou or before iaid lutU ila o C
.vi7aaasi. j. i, m:nn-irs.