Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1901)
William McKinley - Resident
Thwdore Rooseveit Vice President
John Haj Secretary ol Bute
Lyman J. Gage
XUhn Root .
John D. Long
James Wilson .
Melrille W. Fuller..
Geo. W. McBriJe I
ioaeph Simon '
.Secretary ol Treasiuy
Secretary ot War
Secretary of Interior
...Secretary ol Agriculture
Post Matter General
STATS OF OSSGOK.
Thoa. H. Tongue Congressman 1st tist
at. A. Moody congressman 2nd Diet
T. T. Geer . . . .cloveraor
r. Is tmnbar..--... Secretary of S te
C a Moore..-......- .State Treasurer
J, H. Ackcrman- "... .Supt. Public Instruction
V. H. Leodi sate rnnier
V K. Blackburn Attorney General
C K. Wolverton) , , . .
E. 8. Bean supreme Judges
f . A. Moore '.
IV. H. Odell ..... .Clerk Board School Laud Com.
C. B.-ninger tJ- 6. Dist. Judge
SoethHouser C.& Marshal
V. M.Dunne. Collector Int. Rev
John HU..... 0. 8. Dirt. Attorney
" w hltOKD JIDICLAE DISTRICT.
" W. Uamilton JuJc
teo. n. crown ,.iiuv.i.i
C S. lAKD OFFICK, EOSKBfKG.
i. H. Booth Receiver
;j. T. Bridges Ecfister
"JL A. Booth Joint Senator Douglas, Lane
f" and Josephine.
D Tiggs. Joint Representative Douglas
i nd Jackson.
A. C. Marstexa tnlor
. Dexter Kica - I
. A. R. SUttoon , "
D. R. Sham brook
E. U Parrott
, "g. W. Dimmick
. If D Thoaapaon ,
. F. B. Hamlin
. S. Referee In Bankruptcy
. H.B. Gillette
J. C. TaitcheU....
J. C. Yonng, 1
:, A. E.Slcbolk, (
. O. B. WIATHES BCRIAU.
; ' Taos. 6ibson O been er
BOABD Or TJ. 8. TS58I0S EX AHIKBBS. -
MUler. U. I), President.
J. C. TwitobeU. SI. D., Secretary.
K. DnGss. St. Treasuicr.
L. o. T. M. Kosebarg Hive No. 11
'- Holds te regnlar reviews npon Ibe
eecond and ioorth Friday eveBin
- of each month in tbe Odd Fellows' Hail
Sietera of other Hives visiticg io me city
: are cordially invited to attend onr re
views. Fassib Morris L. Com.
DaibicC. Asdkksok, E. K.
I O. O.-F. Phtletarian Lodie No. S.
. Maete in Odd Fellows' Temple, cot-
npr Jackson and CaBa streets, on
Saturday evening of each week:. Mem
bers ol tha order in ood standing ar
invited to attend.
J. L.BoGs, N.G.
G. W. Perbt, Secretary.
ELKS. Roseburg Lodge No,
Holds recclar commnnica-
tiona at I. O. O. F. Hall on second
and fourth Thnrsdavs of each month.
an mnmVni reaaesied to attend retro
larly and a'.t Tisiting brothers are cordi
ally invited to attend.
W. H. Jashkbos, E. L.
V. C. Lokdos, Secretary-
finnMF.S OF THE WORLD. Oak
Catcp No. 125. Meets at tDe two
Flloms' Hall, in RoseborB. every
first and third Mondav evening. Vieit-
ina noirhhars alwaVS welcome.
F. S. Godfret. C. C
J. A. Ecchahas, ClerR.
OE. 6. Roee'Mirg Chapter No. 8.
Holds their regular mefctiog on the
first and third Thursdays in eac h
month. Visiting members in good
standing are respectfully invited to at
tend. Clara Rasi, W. M.,
Mrs. Libb! Co?hqw. Secretary.
REBEKA11S. Roeebarg Eebekan
Lodge 'o. 41. 1.0. O. meets in
Odd Fellows' Temple every Tuesday
evening. Visiting sisters and brethren
invited to attend.
Ixkz Micklli, N. G.
Am ata Bradford. R. S.
F. & A. M. Laurel Lodge o. 16.
H aids resnlar meetings on secona
and f nrth Wednesdays of each
month. I. Woixesbebg, w . M.
N. T. Jkwett, Secretary.
NATIVE SONS. Joe Lane's Cabin So.
16, SUe Sons of Oregon, meete
on the first and third Mondays of
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. O. P. Coshow, PreeideoL
Sax Josepbsox, Secretary.
Kof P. Alpha Lodge So. 47. Meets
every Wednesday, in I. 0. 0. F.
Hall at 7:30 p. m. Members in
good si anding are invited to attend.
H. T. McOlallks, C. C.
F&ik Johssos, K, B. S.
W. OF A. MvrUe Camp So
Meets first and third W ednesdays
Ills each month atSative Sons' HalL
Dajt Ficbeb, . C
Geo. Byros, Clerk.
ILAC CIRCLE. So. 4?, Women of
Woodcraft. Meets on first and third
Thursdays of each month at the Na
tive Sons. Hall. lsiting members in
good standing are invited to attend.
Hattie Morus, Guardian Neighbor.
Lrxx Sacrt, Secy.
OF Court Douglas So. 32. For
esters of America. Meets every
Thursday evening in Native Sons'
Visiting brother always welcome
W.J. Moore, v. k.
Will Cubbies, R. P.
E. V. Hoover, Physician.
AO. U. W. Eoeeburg Lodge No. 16.
Meets the second and fourth Mon
s days of each month' at 7 -J3Q p. m..
la the L O. O. f . Mali. Members in
good standing are invited to attend.
H. I. McClallek, M. W.
F. W. Roach, Recorder.
D. 8. West, Financier.
nEGREE OF P0S0R. Mystic Lodge
So. 13. Mtets 2nd and 4th Tbars-
" day eveniice of each month in Sa
tire Sons' Hall. Visiting members coi-
dialJy invited to attend.
Mrs. Scsix Bales, C. of H,
Dora Wilexks, Rec.
FOURTH REGIMENT. O
I . S. G., meets at Armory Hall every
w Thursday eyenmg, at 8 o clock.
F. B. Hakub, Cspt.
Abstract of Title to Deeded Land.
" Papers prepared for filing on Govern
Blue Prints of Township Maps showing
all vacant lianas, une jjonar tacn.
f RANK E. ALLEY,
Plans and Estimates for all Build
ings. Special designs for Office Fixtures
' Office in Marks Building. 'Phone 415.
Qoats for Sale.
thr hundred head of choice stock
soais (Angora) for sale at .reasonable
Addroee 3. t- Chapman, wilbnr,
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Paclllc Co.
frams leave KoscbiirK furJPo rtlaii.t? ami wsv
uiiuw at 10 a. m.
aud l-.s a. uu t - f
S JO A. M. t.V. -
s so r . I Lv.
l:fo A. M. Ar. -5:10
r. . Ar. -7
4o A. . ' Ar. -
foribind- t .v.J 5V::OlVll
AfhUnd - Af IlI-aST.
STraento - Ar. ' 5:00 a. m
San Francisco Ar. j 8.4j a. m
t:Vi a m ' tr
t:.'!0 a in sr
7:1 J a in i ar
':i0 a m
TS a is
m p in
6:-i0 a m
11.: a ui ,
TxXt a m I
6:S0 p m I
6: a m
U10 p m :
r:Ct a tn
iM p to
RI Pao ;
City of Mexico
- ' llouuu .
N-- Orleans ,
ar I j V
ar i 6 4'.! a m
lJ.lO p m
Pullman and Tourist cars on both tiaint
Chair car Sacramento toos-ten an t fci aso,
aud tourist care, to Uicago. St. Louis,. Sew
Orleausaad 'sasllington. -y .
Connecting at San Framist with severs
steamfbip lines, ior Honolulu, Jspan, Chl:M
Phihppiuei, Central aud south Amertca.
Seel.. B. Moore, aseat, at Koseburs station
C.H. MARKHAM, :
i. F. A Pass. AsaAb .
Tft ST. PACI- M'LCTfT. MINNEA
POLIS, CHICAGO AVl ALL
POINTS E.VM. :
TIironrh pAia, aud Tourist SIefterg
Diniui; sMfl Buffet s-uiokiiig Library Cars
Daily -Trains; Fast Time;
Service and Scenery Unequalled.
Tickets to joints East via Portland and
the Great Northern- Lt., on tale at
Southern Pacific Depot Ticket Office, or
Great Soethebx Ticket OlSice
12a THIRD STREET. PORTLAND
For rates, folders and full information
regarding Eastern Trip, call on or ad
dress, A. B. C. DENN1ST0X,
Citv Pass, and Ticket Agent, Portland
"Best of Everything"
In a word this tells of the
passenger service via
8 trains daily between St.
Paui andChicago comprising
The latest Pullman Sk-ejert,
Peerless Dining Car?,
Library and Observation Cars
Free Reclining Chair Car
Tlie 20th Centurv train,
"THE NOKTH-WESTEBN LIMITED"
runs every day of the year.
TO CHICAGO BY DAYLIGHT
The Badr State Express, the finest
dav train ranninz between St. I'au) and
Chicago via the t-hort Line ; connections
from the est made via
The Northern Pacific,
and Canadian Pacific Rye
This is also the best line between
Omaha. St. Paul and Minneapolis. "All
atrenta eel! tickets via "The North-
W. H. MEAxi,
243 Alder St.
. T. A
1 ' las Vnm . V awl 1
I. A I Ia wa. j
Only transcontinental line
passing directly through
Salt Lake City, -
Three splendidly equipped trains
dailv TO ALL POINTS EAST.
. Through Jsleejiing and Dining
cam and free Reclining C'huir cars
The niost magniflicent scenery
in America by daylight.
Stop overs allowed on ail classes
For cheapest rates and descrip
tive literature address '
J. D. ftANSFSELDf
124 Third Street, Portland, Ore
Small Farms for Sale.
Two small farms for sale, one contain
ing 50 acres with a honse and barn,
large amount of good oak timber, some
land cleared for garden etc.', wilbin 8
miles of Roeebaig. The second eootairrg
20 acres, small honse. some garden land
convenient to school, cbnrcb and pout
office of Cleveland. tor Inn her particu
lars call on or address U. W. Alderson.
r.mi s i s
Farmlands . . .
Jiargaiiis io FarniB, Ranches including
Block, etc Locations made on Gov
ernment' and Timber Lands. Great
bargain fur tLu home seeker and in
vestor. ; Call tn or address
J. II. WHITSETT
Hildebdrn ISttildipg, opposite depot
A Complete library
j, :: j
"f V .".ir
Peaie'i hatulaome edition
01 r.ncyciopeuia nrnan
nica with American re
gions and additions, full I
leather binding, 23 vol
umes, aJmust ne.
Just the thing for School Library
Price, Only $26
iven lliat tte uudemignrd,
i kVatMls hen bv Kiven lliat ibe uudenilenrd
die tiT SM' 'tinted, unalitied aud atlni( d
niinii!lraur ul the elle ol Units llelflU. de
ceased, nJ duly authorised by the Hun CVmDty
Court il loui!la county, Oneiruu. to adniinls-
tr the siinie. Now, therefore, au ber
tnj iri. ntt aaul estate, arehen-by noti
Bril i d r-a'UM4 tb TWnt "the same to said
noiiUsinM. !.. KuatUfHOrvKOi. with the
i-r(:r voueuent, uu.y ivrtiuea, a limn six tM
i.,tiiiii.s fruiu the dale hereot. latei tot! iul
dy o! Aucust, 1S0L Ucts X. bKi.riu,
Atminit-alorf uwu Btsla, dwiraseq.
sNoticv for Publication.
0S1TED S1ATKS LAND OFFICE.
' . Kt-rt,urv. Or.. July 2,111.
Noils is betebi aiven that in compliance
uh llis nrovi.iin i ttie act of Congre ol
Jua.t Ib7,iitiile1 "An act tor tbe sale of itnv
b- r laud iu ibe Male ol 'ilioruia. OrKOB,
Nevsdaaiul Waabincum Tvr-'Uoir. a extend
ed to all tbe Public Luid Sum by act of August
.w.- - rr:.-r., - . - . - -
- fblu wnn ti. jr..
of Sbelburn, county oi Una, state of Ore
( a ba tt,i day Bled tn tbis office his ssrorn
kiaiemrnt So". 171. for tbe nurchase of tbe ! a
VI of section So. llln lowublu ho. Xf south.
id' No. 7 vest, aud will utter proof to alio
tha' tbe land wuiibt is isore Taluabto lor its
timutrorsione than for amoultural purposes,
nd to eUb!lb his rial u ail land belore
tbe Knti-r aud innttr ol this oars at Kum-
burx.Onacou, on IbundaT, tbe 1-tti ay ol
Smember. .14. He namea as sritnea;
Jonu Gardner, (ir-orge Biiteman. Albert WtiUs,
of Rujcbur?. Ortvon, B. F. Titus, of Sbsw, ore-
Anr aud aii h-nn elatmina advemely the
mbove desrribed lauds are requested totile Umui
elaimr in ibis of&cei on or beiore id lith day
of rjeftember. 1SC1. J- T. BKloorJ.
la the l ircu-.t Court of the State of Oreron,
tor lxugi CtiUDtj.
Agues roset i
HenrT Foset. i
To Henry Puket. ibe sbore named defen
la the name ol the Mats ot Oreeon, you
hereby rammorjed and reqoirel to appear
answer ibe eoauiaiut fiiea acalD't tou to
shove entitled court and cause wttnin six wtcAs
from the daw ol tba cnt DublUatloa ol this
ummons, ana u loa lau u aptmr ana snswrr
as iMsrvin requireo, lor want inerenl. iin un
ail! apply to raid crairt ior tbe reilrl dmanded
in her cisDiaiut. btcb Is ior a decree from
aid court diwilriPK the mstriasc contract ex
ixttntr between pmnun .nJ Cviin laal. lur ute
oustodT ot rxer minor cniia, tiaMi rofcri, aira
for sorh othtT and lurtnrr TxlKl as lo the court
may awm meet alto piuiijr ami (oud cou-
Thi-summons Is publih ont a week for
liiiuremvtnrit in the Kuarbur r'Lil
siu, a simi-weeklT nrsn ai?r puLitshea at I
Kmlwrt. Oree Hi. by urtlr ol Honorable X . L. I
Thompson, County Judge lor iwiulas County,
Orr-snn. as le Allans;;. luk. Tbe brat publi
cation oi this summons is on the 'lh ay of
iuaunL lll. BLCHiXAS 4 BCCH !..
ar.. AUoruejs lot ruuoun.
In the Cireait Court oi the State of OngoD. for
Dous ac county.
lotei . a. i-"iy, 1
Frank T. lady, l
Dettodani. 1 .
To Frank T. Lvly. ttx sbors named defend-
' In the name of the tate ol Oreeon, you are
herb rcuuirvd to apin-ar and ausaer Ute
coicplaiul n!d attains yon in the abor cn-
ilv'rd suit and Court on or before the 7 in day
I jctober. 1'1, and if you fail to appear and
answer r fain tin s complaint aca-rul you
alorasaid iriihtn said time, pialnuffwiK apply
lo the Court for the relief in her complaint de
manded to-wii: For a d-cree dissolving tbe
siimm contract existing between paintiff
I bis s immons is pablisbed by order of Hon.
M. 1, Thompson, County Judfre of Douglas
county, Oreeun, which order is dsted Ausust
4th, 11, and the Urn prescribed in said order
lor pubiioaiioii of this summons is once a week
lor ms conwniive weeks pre:dinr Kaid 7th
d it of October. MM, and the date of the first
publicatioo of this summons is the Aith day of
August. 130L. DEXTEK RICE.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Notice for Publication.
CKITED STATES LA 5DOFFIC5,
RosBBCao. Ura , July IS. 101.
Notice is hereby given that la compliance
wun the provisions of the act ol Congress ol
June 3, enuuea -as act ior m aaie oi
timber lands iu the States of California, Ore-
ron. Nevada and Washington Territory," as ex
tended to ail U PnUiic Ind Bute by act of
August , Uffi.
LKAJiDER E. 5EALLEY,'
Of Kosebnrs;. County cl -Douglas, State of Ore
gon, has this day uiled tn this office his sworn
statement So. 17i9, for the purchase of the E'l
aff':. and UU and 7 of Section No. 6,
in township No. T, a, K. No. west, and will
offer proof to show that the land sought is more
valuable for its timber or stone than for agrl
cultural purposes, a nd to establish his claim to
said land before lb e Register and Keceiver of
this office at Roseburg, Oresron, on Saturday,
the 21st day of rit-plember, UUL lie names as
trituses: William Jackson, of Looking Ulaas,
Oregon, John lierker, of Cleveland, Oregon,
Carl Becker, Frank B Orcutt, of Boseburg,
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to Hie
their claims In this ofTice on or be lore said 21st
day of September, liKfi.
i. T. BE1DGEH,
J22 ;T - Sedster.
, Notice for Publication.
" C5ITEB STATES LAND OFFICE,
KosebuRq, Oregon, July is, 11.
Notice Is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress of
June 8, livS. entitled "An act for the sale of
timber lands In the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory," as extended
to all the Public Land States by act of August
FRANK K. OBC0TT, '
Of Roseburg, County of Douglas, State of
Oregon, has tbis day filed In this offioa bis
sworn statement No. Kitft, lor the purchase of
the Nli, bVW of Bectlon Vo, 22, in Township No'
27 Hange No. 8 W., aad will offer proof to
show thai the land sought is mora valuable for
its timber or stone than for agricultural pur
poses, aad to establish bis claim to said land
before the Bcgister and Receiver of this office st
Roseburg, Oregon, on hatutday, the 21st day
of September, 1U01. He names as witnesses:
William i ackson, ol -Looking Glass, Oregon,
John Becker, of Cleveland, Oregon, Carl Beck
er, iienry U-lin of Roseburg, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely tbe
above-described lands sre requested to file thair
claims iu this office on or before said 21st da of
September. U01. . J, T. BRIIXiEM,
Title Guarantee&Loan Co.
RGBEBCRQ, OREOOii. .
D. C. Hamii.tor,
Secy, and Truss.
Office in tbe Court House. Have the only com
plete set oi aiisiract ixkiks iu tKrngiss county,
Abklracl and Certificates of Title furnished to
Douglas county land aud mining claims. Have
also a complete set of Tracings of all township
plats In the Rcseburg, Oregon, V. ti. Land Dis
trict. Will make blue print cor tea ot anv town.
ship showing sll vscant Uoveitiment lands. .
Notary public to office, Juuursnce ager Is.
dence solicited. lis
Hop .Pickers Waited.
Forty sood bop nickers' waoted about
September Kthialio extverlroced min to
manage drier. ' N. LsRsnt, '
Aag;. jjy-StJ. GarrJen Valley.
LATE DISPATCHES CONTINUED.
greater speed, the highwayman following' and using his
gun. The passengers were terribly frightened bat escaped
unhurt from the shots which flew wide of their mark.
London, Sept. 10. The following dispatch has been
received from Lord Kitchener, dated Pretoria, today:
'Since September 2 the columns have again got good
lesults, the total bag beiug 6S1, composed of 67 killed, 67
wounded, 3S4 made prisoners
179 rifles, 65,211 rounds of ammunition, 3400 horses and
19,000 head of cattle."
Lord Kitchener f UTther says that the situation in Cape
voiony is uucnanged, except
command, reported last week
Established 1868. St.'so per Var.
THE ADVERTISERS' MASCOT
Ti 1 1
k.WWV V V WWWVWWai
XVVOXv VVVVVV V V V V V Wffl
V, 0 m
IT will tell you all atout Poulaif
Couuty and Southern Oregon
and give vou ail o( the 1 al,
State an tieueral Sews while
it is NEWS.
FINE BOOK AND JOB PtflVTtNU.
The operation of thrt ugh
trains between San Fran
cisco and Los Angeles, via
Surf and Santa Barbara,
SUNDAY, MARCH 31
1901, on the new
Two through trains daily.
The "Coast Line Limited"
leaving each terminal in
the morning,equipped with
elegant cafe and parlor cars
will make daylight trips
through the most pictur
esque, varied and enter
taining scenes on the conti
nent inquire of agents of the
State Treasurer's Fifth Notice.
Falex, Sept. 12, 1901
Notice is be-ebT giren that Iheri are
foods in th Treaory with which to re
dt-em all ontstanding state warrants
drawn on tbe state fcslp toooty food
and endorsed "Pr-et.ted and net a:d
for want oi funds" prior to Janaary 1
l'tOI. All socb warrants, property ft
damd w U be paid opoo precenlation at
this office, iotsrest tbert jo ceiing from
and alt;i tbis date. rjiAS.S.Mootia,
sl2 2t Stits Treatarsr
Thronch Utah and Colorado.
Tee ideal trip ' tha east durioir the
beat oi bommer is via lb Rio Grande
Western and Denver & Eio Grantje
Railroad, the far-famed "ffesnic Line
of tbe World." Tbe eslremes of tem
perature are never met, and passengers
are aare ol bavins a delightfahy cool
ride tbroogh tbe Heart ol tbe Rocky
MooiiUlDt, acd a view by dsyl:ftbt ol
.,. i :u im - ,-u-.m-. 1a
wb.,ch u 0D' SOrpaSSed
If d paired, a stop enroute mav be made
at qna'nt aod pictarrqi Salt Lake City,
tbe City of the baiola. b lea wood
Springs, Leadville, Colorado Springs,
Poeblo, Denver, or any intermedial
There are three daily trains leaving
Salt Lake City for a't points east, which
bare cloe connections from tbe North
west via either O. R. & N. Co., or tbe
Southern Pacific Co. Tt.ese trains are
equipped with Through Sleepers (Stand
ard and Tourist), Free RecliniDg Cbair
Cars, and a pe-fect Dining Car Service.
Personally Co nd acted Excursions, io
charge ot competent and courteous man
agers, are ron several times a week with
out change of ears to Denver, Omaha,
Kansas City: St Lonis, Chicago, Buffa
lo, New Yotk, Boston and all eastern
Tickets are on sale at all Railroad
Ticket Offices. For farther information
aod cheapest rates, apply to
Gen, Agent, 124 Third St
Half Fare Rat to SUte Fair.
- Tbe Oregon State Fair at Sale m, Sep
tember 23rd to 28th, 1901, inclusive,
promises to be tba best this year that baa
yet been bald. New features for amuse
ment and inslrnclion have been added,
and iwrtH-nUr stteniion will be given (o
tbe Stock Exhibit, owio to tbe grfeat
and ronstautly iucreaeing interest in dai
rying throughout tbe s'.ate.
For this occasion, the Southern Pacific
Co. will make a rate of one fare for tbe
round trip, from all its stations fn Ore
goo, to Salem and return, and it Is to he
hoped that everyone who can do so will
show bin appreciation by taking adva -trge
of this opportunity lo pass a few
dsys pleasantly and prcBtsbly at our
State Capital. (dslC)
An Ideal Outing; Place.
not spend the vacation at Ya-
quina Bay, wlwre can be had excellent
fare, good fishing, good boating, safe
bathing, alluring rides and rambles?
The courses and exercises at the Kum
rtier School of 11)01, at Newport, will af
ford a great variety of instruction, di
version and entertainment. No other
resort offers equal attractions and ad.
and 163 surrendered: also
ior the capture
lUf.uuiy ourtol elste of iJresciu, in aud
ior uoiijciHa loiltliy,
In matter ol estate ol
P. A. Hani.. '
Notice is hereby given tbf tbe uiidi-niiined
has by lliet'ounlT Court of stfVefmt-oi.nir
ai-pointed almuibtratorol alx.ic ni:n.t
uereiore an persons lu-tebtel to said tiials
are he el.j no!iiiel to make payment to u.
uii'ir'-iKitv-u ai ma R'finmrv at Hin;ie, Orenon,
aiuuee, auu ail peruus bavlog clainui mniwi
tile NK.lr ail 1... fc.nl Die untu itlllv rrifl ,1
bv taur naire.1, wlihin six inoutbs from uste
Pated tM 6th !.-.- of beptsTube-, ISoI.
s , . It. F. .Nh m.j.
Q R.GEO. E. HOL'CK,
Physcian &. Surgeon.
rjIBua Km lew :u.
ruouc. statu 11
Q V. FlSHEll, 31. D,
Offi.-e over P. O.
Phone Main. dfl.
It IAN AND SURGEON.
SlWCLai Sltrll'1,,0 c.'tro to D
ol thr No
OfBc-liairt it . one d-juc auulhof
Ci I) lis
Phon. Mala ta.
Rev lev BulidUia.
Telepoone No. t.
-tOMMODORE S. JACKSON,
t'orner and Councilor at Ijtw.
fining Law and Water Riht ma)
R'frEBC KU. tI.EOO
P W. BENSON,
Kooms 1 and I
QFXJKGE M. BROWN,
J C. FULLERTON
Will prarttca In all the Stale and rrt ral CourU
Olcoe la Hsiks' Bldg., lUaFburj. Oregon.
JOUN U. SHUIK,
ATTORN E Y-A T LA ft',
B urines-before L-.b. Land OOl'vasl Frobat
bulnas a pcciaty.
Attorney at Law,
Booms 1 At, Marsters Bids.. EOtiEBCRtt. OB
Bust new before las V Land Ode and
iuiii 1 iki a speciany.
Late Kcoeiver 0. 8 Laod OSloe.
JA. BUCHANAN. Nary PoWic.
Collections a Specialty.
Pf J. ROin.NETT,
Attorney at Law.
Taylor A W Usoo Block
B.M. CUB IDLE,
Pay up your back subscription
and one year in- advance and
we will Bend you THE WEST
ERN POULTRY NEWS, pub
liHhcd in Lincoln, Nebraska.
FREE surely a valuable pre
' miuni. Write at once to
2 Al I
The old days of Titusville and Oil City, where fortunes were made in
a night will be completely outdone by the magnificent oil fields to be
uncovered and developed in Southern Oregon. THE UMI'QUA
VALLEY OIL COMPANY controls the cream of Southern Oregon
oil lands. If you wautsomc of the first hundred thousand shares send
your orders to the Secretary of the Company, or through Wells, Fargo
aud Co, express. , .
NTs llcmi ond-r t'lls hd i! br-l arg--d
for st t rl-( Ac vt hire for rm h iMtKijr.n,
rai'h Ui fet cnt utt hre noi ice iacd iih -
out rLaiiEc lor thirty ifaisar kicscrj. rurt.Uc(
all n uYs of 'imitlon Wanud," "Employ -
miol Waatrd" and -fle!p Waited ," which
will bstnterud rtnof rstsi.1.
TTIARM. STOCK AND FARM EQUIP
men's Icr Mir. 1.'0 acr- oi luod j
o i ke'iitucky s1ook1, Cooa cwtictv, etx
u.iles lrotn town, oaaiur ioiia f rem
(.to .1, rlt-ar, W aires fenced. 10 atr e
lM.tt' m i oj triced; 6.M) fruit tes, 300 i
Iraricg; Loum ul s-ven roumf, coii
rLrd ai d 6 other o.t buildicm and toase i ,s
larniture; new ttel ran. e, HO, 0) or 70' a"
l.i.krns, 4 cows, 3 two-year-o!, 3
ealigs 3 sp-ir es!ve; barn, 32st-5 U
tn jwicg Bft.ift, two plows, r:r-a"
cw aid ! r.i i imp!co.e(,ts arid'S
ittipr ar: c' hj iiti placr, also o.iiJ
new ictnn. .'. sc i tn( r:!rr mill. SJD. iJ
; r'Mw cato ui.i. or aaj u
1 lime witti ha I down. E. ti Baku,
I I rr pr.vt-.l
Oil LAP 110 acrs of
land. 20 scrs ot good
3 acres H 6-S'ii g orchard.
im'10". Tro o!hi sooth
t'or io MyrtV Poio' stare
road. Call on W. S. J .ht tor. F-nk-a,Or
tit address Atbv Kirt.ards.
SALE Fins ranch of 4.V terra,
uoe food paoJoie, doq. Urgs
iro and g-of oat twi cinfe, and email
orchard, all nnder fence and croe-fert,
two weils. Hail miN to achool, ct orci
For psrtimlars. call on or addrrf.
jM J. hisvAKS. Roeetrarg, Or.
Jack ton street Baketj cear Cat ttrert.
CJR EXCHANGE 170 ao of da7k
aediaieot soil, all level, do slooe,
no tub ; 10 acres m orchard ; climate '
onearpastcd 3i dsjs in the year pleas- j
anr. I want to exebaegs this (or grating i
tanne m v.-egon. rite Ior lortbsr rar
ticalars. Frank Abels,
Joly 20 p. Fernando, CaliL
WAXT2I). An agent io this cocotj
for our SoTelty f-bow Card htgns.
Acentw are uiaking fi to f7 -r dav.
Oolv one agent appointed in a C Mioty.
S?nd 15ff lor oiple. terms and csU
loirce. The) Echo Noveity Co., Ecbc,
Usuk MLb. a. 8 ceffee raiil. 3;
uoosiis winuow sasn, two panes.
26!, t33 inrr(. 4 iron braces for awning,
1 track aad w t.eelbarrow. , food
order. Irqtaia at EaelotiV (Jrocery
ctort, Jaiksoti s-rret. jal-25-tf
TTTASTED Students aod teachers
" wtsbicg to lo ere am their in
comes ; good pay for good work. Perms
cent work given if aatisfsrtory. Address
Manager, P. O bos 403, Rseebarg.
TjTOli SALE acres of land, good
hcase, fair out buildioga, 1 acre of
good garden land, and y acre In orchard
5.',' mi!e from Roeeborg. Apply to E.
8. Ccckelreas, Rombnrg, Oregon
OTRAYEIl Black moley S-jear-old
"teer branded "ti" ocder quarter
circle, on r ii!.l Ir.p. One ear croppvd,
nnder-bit in the other. Racard for re
cover;'. Gaddis 3: OS.
TTTASTED Placs to stay with
v" family while attending schl
winter; will aaatst with work.
"M,' this office.
rpQRESHIXG MiCHIXE and Eepsr
Aator, 28-iocb CTl:nd.r, all in good
running order, for sale at a bargain. Ad
dress L. A. Maisters, Cleveland, Or. jlp
TTTAXTED Team of horses 800 to 650
" lbs. eacb, sound, gentle and well
broken. Address w;tb foil discription
an 1 price, R. Green, Keltcg. Oregon.
TTTORK WAXTED, in the borne o
" a private family either irtown
or in the coootrv by a lady who can give
g'.d re'erenefs I qnire at thii office.
T ELIABLE pereou desires position in
private familv. Good waes ex
pected. Irqnire at Flaixdealkr office.
and Best Route to
aiid all Coos I?av Points.
l-ave hem-burg every morning at 6
o ciocs, arrive at wyrtio roint, 8 p. m.
1a'& Myrtle Poiut at t a. w., arrivn
in Roseburg at 8 p. ni. every day.
B. Fenton, MSa&t
Ws S-Stll 1IUI Vs.lvi
Are yon going F.aat? Wiile to R. W.
Foster, Tkket Agent Ibe Burlington
Route, Portland Oregon, for the lowest
rales, quickest tints and belt service
Choice of routes. Sen 5
The Rich Fields Uncovered Will
Rival Those of California or Texas
of tiua sdJ money io a Irvsme-i edocsiQ is not a vbtnr'. Tb tecefits'O b i
ncei from foc! a c orse lt Jar :f and rav snba'anLal divLtt-r.-is .r
i !) fij-j-h ty v,m uMi.-i-ni s operas ci tae graaasiestot ID
Jm. A TL, Itl.IXXH -" X.I.Kj K
! O-r S'.odcts a' cff-reJ tbe advatttcges of a a b I wetl koiva for its tboroojh
wots , btmant rocoia. skiiliol teachers and mod ro riiotboda. Cisaa ted iodividoal
j instruction. Living szpwcssw cbetp tood f r rr gce.
COOS BHY STAGE ROUTE
SUMMER SCUEDULE Suge leaves Drain every day at 5 3J x. ra. aai
arrive at tJardiner at 5 p. m., MarsLSeM f jik-wing day. Leaves MarsL-fii-id
Jf.'Tidays. V'eInesJay, Fri-lavs, ar. at 1'iaia at ctlaiLt la time to
catch Jx-tL n-.rth and 800111 nigiit train. Good covered spric La.;tf aJ
ljth inter and taiiutr. FA EE lo.50, indalicg W poa&ds of barzij.
For further inforniatioo svldress
i J. R.. Sawyers, Wm Roberts,
Ja rroprietor, Aeat, Drala. Oregon
The finest Rough and Dressed
Fine Cedar Fence
Posts, Wood, etc.
Fine Port Orford Cedar
We want your orders for building
material. All orders promptly filled.
GEO. W. RIDDLE LUMBER CO.,
The Burlington ticket office in TonJand is a veritable
Bureau of Information for travelers a place where
they can learn what it will cost to reach ANY point ia
America or Europe; how long the trip wul take, and
what there is to see on the way.
If yon are fgurieg on aa eastern trip, drop ia aad
get fuil information, or. if you prefer, write me about it
Omaha. Chicago. Kansas City, St. Locis and
In the old days tbe trip up and down theJGreat
Lakes was the favorite trip of travelers there
were no tourists then. The boats then used did
not compare with those now on the lakes, and the
trip remains the finest one in the world of its sort.
The Northern Pacific, via Duluth, connects with
the Lake Steamers, and a trip on the "North
Coast Limited" and these steamers, to the Tan
American Exposition at Buffalo, will be something
to recount to your children's children.
Send six cents tor "Wonderland 1901." now
ready, to CHAS. S. FEE, St. Paul, Minn.
Any local agent will quote rates. . " x
K: D. CHARLTON, Asst. aen'l Passenger Agent
W. I. HTALEY. JPrlnclusil. Mlr m. Ormn.
A. C. SttiLDos, General Agent.
Third and Stark Sts.. Portland. Ore.