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..Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show..
Will be Here August 30, So Will We,
RICE & RICE
THE HOUSE FURNISHERS
Come in and rest yourself
'lenty chairs and
sion mee. rienty cn
Ware is tbe most economical, most
durable aud most satisfactory mate
rial for kitchen use. It vronM be
bard to find a larger assortment or a
better quality of Granite Ware than
we have, and we want yon to 6ee it.
The good kind costs no more than
the poor kind if you bny the good
We are prepared (or you all. Largest Selection
of Furniture in Southwestern Oregon. Come and
see us and buy where your $$ go farthest. Wholesale
RICE & RICE
Published Mondsya and Thoradars.
PLAINDEALER PUBLISHING CO.
W. C.Coxseh, Editor and Publisher
Fkkd Wright, City Editor, Solicitor.
T. (i. Rrrn. Foreman
Twrke-a-Veck PlainAVaUr. per year, $10
nteied at the Post Office in Rosebnrg,
Ore., as second class mail matter.
Advertising Rates on Application.
SEPTEMBER 1, 1W2
COMPLIMENT FROfl COOS.
Leading Republican Papers Endorses
Messrs Bridges and Booth.
The appointment of receiver and
register f the Kosebnrg land office
is now occupying the attention of
Oregon delegation as well as a half
dozen applicants for the posilion.
Messrs Bridges and Booth, the pres
ent incumbents, are after re appoint
ment, and should they again be giv
en the positions the appointments
would give universal satisfaction.
The manner in which the affairs of
Sa offices have been conducted in
he past is one of the strongest rec
ommendations that can be brought
forward. The past year has been
one of unusual activity in- the timber
business and the pressure of the
work at the land office baa been
great, yet there has been no com
plaint regarding the way the offices
have been conducted. Myrtle Point
President Koosevelt'a declaration
on trusts and the Monroe Doctrine
are both subjects of extensive com
ments in the London press. Discus
sion of the former matter centers less
npon the intrinsic merits of tbe
trust question than upon the out
come of the President's strnggle
with the party leaders. All the
newspapers express admiration of
President Roosevelt's courage and
boldness, but hesitate to predict tbe
result. The Dally News says:
"Many chances are on Mr, Roose
velt's side. SL George goes out to
meet the dragon and the wishes of
the whole world will be with him in
The SenHnel was never an advo
cate of the special session, except
jokingly in the interest of the Salem
boarding house keepers. And the
stated fla. salary proposition it has a
very cheap political buncombe.
"Flat" salaries would mean a raise
of all salaries now paid and there
would be no incentive for anyone to
jeollect fees and the state would lie
the lowr in the end. Salem Senli-
Our own Binger Uermann is witb
us 8 gain. It rejoices our souls no
less than bin that in Oregon rest I be
pillars of a fame Inat reach np even
to the Nation's high councils. These
were humble beginnings, here in Or
esron. and we feci all the hnmbler
when he deigns to move amor g us.
It gratifies ns also that we can be lo
him the means of higher greatness.
Today is labor day and will be ob
served with appropriate exercises in
almost every city and town in the
state, w'j'c'i wi:l be the first general
observance of i he day in this slate.
"Worthy is the brain, brawn and
6inew t our land the American la
borer. Conservative estimates place the
attendance at th3 Wild West Show
in Eosebnrg Saturday at from COOO
to 9000 people. It was the biggest
day Roseburg has experienced in a
It's a Real Pleasure
to get the meals for the family when I
you have a complete set of necessary I
ntensil8 with a new style Standard
Range to cook npon. 1
We Furnish KiUhens
while in. town.
thronghont, and can save yoa timely, War". t;,erar survivors of all the
and money, and many Btepa when! j0j;n wr, an, the European and Af-
yoa want anything in the way of I
At W&terville, Maine, last week I
Preeident Kooeevelt displayed mocb
widom in an address in which he
said: MI feel that the art of aaceefj-
Inl ramutrnmant II thA rt fit STHl V 1
!"" " " rr I
ing, eyerj unjr, .Tr. '
-a.nua.lAal fW flAAaVrV I
morality ana common eue. u..
we- need is the application or every-
dar principles mat a man neeas 11 us
. . . ... i. :it.
iatowake his business a success.
The only permanent betterment in
tbe conditions of any nation is to
iVia tndarda of individual
;.,nh;n thrnnhont that nat on
w- . a . it -.1 1
w eoeginio luius. our wwuieu
friend, the editor ol the JUyrtie roint f.tirrin2 music tieneral Shaft', his
Enterprise should have been a toric old mule and hucktrd, osel by
preacher. He certainly would have him in his famous Santiago eamiaigii
been the whole thing at a big revival. I
A man will go off on a little toot I
spend a hundred dollars and think I
nothiajref it; but if be is required
Irt mi fonr do in. in taxes, be
bowls. A man ia a queer animal.
Kansas was the first state to de
clare for Roosevelt for President in
1004. and this action was quickly fol
lowed by Pennsylvania Missouri,
Minnesota. Nebraska and Iowa.
The French are goiug to bny
prunes ot as ibis year. ve can
spare them aome, and they will find 1
them the bet prunes they evtrsawl
or tasted. j
Free traders who say that trusts I
arethesesnlt of a protective tariff
have not yet foaud an explanation
for the countless British trnses.
Wanted, several big saw mills in
Don el as county to assist in roakint
things bozz. -
Crater Lake National Park.
Ashland, Aug., 29. The Secretary of
the Interior is prejaring regulations for
the government of the Crater Lake
National Park, which will le jromul-
eated within a week. When these regu
lations are completed steps will 12 taken
looking to appointing a uerintendent
and such other oflicials as may be nec-
cessary to administer and care for the
park. Until such officials are appoint
ed, Forest Superintendent Ormsby will
continue in authority as when the park
was iiart of the Cascade reserve. It is
not yet determined how many officials
will be assigned to the park. W. F.
Arant, who has been recommends! by
the Oregon delegation will no doubt le
appointed to the position of the sujer
intendent bv the Secretary of the interi
Tlie Secretary of the Interior having
leen notified b mail that forest fires are
burning along the Itorders of Crater
Lake Park has wired instructions to
Forest SuperintenJent Ormsby to em
rttue anpli forrfta na is iiMCesanrv til etnim
out'the blaze. Owing to fa,.t that
He nuiininii uri, r.f .t a .lav an.l a.ih-
ai.lenc has wenerallv lieei, ile.na.uled
hv tliose emnloved to out fires, the innd
i f,t f. Wornim, deolet. and .lisas-
trous results ore feared. The .h
,... r.l. tl.i. L.la.r is ..ot worth the
r,ri. but that the. Government to 1s-in
hold no" l-ausa it wUl naV.
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Mountain Lion Ate Horse.
IlAREisBrRo, Ore., Aug. 28. Pleas-
..... :n .1... ;.tu ...... n
..re-TOKiB in ni ...iiiwi ni
nap Springs had a thrilling adventure
. ., . i.. T..i: . -
rently, a.xording b Julieu Wanl, a
farmer living near iilmrg, who has
just returned from the Springs. The
persons in question, nhfise names were
wl learned, went for a watch at a deer
lick, aud in-planning tbe ambuscade
they tethered their pack-horse a short
distance from where they lay In wait lor
the deer. Tlie next morning when tl.ey
went for their horse his clean-picked
bones were found in testimony of a
sumptuous leant by a mountain lion.
Tbe boldueiss of the attack, which oc
curred within 100 yards of where'the
hunters were lying, shows tbe despera
tion of tbeee ferocious lieasts when
goaded by hunger.
We have in stock several t-ei-ond band
bicycles which we will sell at very low
pres or will trade for wood .
II At IV. 31 AKHTKr.K
THE WILD WEST SHOW.
Attracted Immense Crowds
IT WAS K GRAND EXHIBITION
Genuine Articla in the Atgrezatlon
as Advertised No Hurabuttlne--
A Fine Para J.
Roseburg was in gala attire Saturday,
auJ the residents of the City, together
with t W of the surrounding towne and
those living 011 the rich farm of the
Umpqua valley for inilea Uon ruilc in
every direction and even from the ad
joining eonntica were in town to vww
that greatest of all attractions, Ruffalo
Bill' Wild West and Coiigrera of Rough
Riders, hilled to appear here in two 1t
fofmaucef, hut owing to "the long run
from Rowhurg to Ii..liug the next tto
lor the li tlww. it watt iLvuLM to can
pel the evening nl.il. ition, that nil
hours mi)ht le taken at Ashland in
wincn 10 irci ana give me stoca recrea
MU ll,e "
nel Codv Limaelf in a vrtern of the Ci-
rian,?r.aiiih - Ani. - ri - ari and Philippine
wars. 1 he only sanguinary struggle ol
recent veara, not represented, is the
Chinese-Japanese war of a few vears
AUKing the attractions of interest is
the old Dead wood stage, actually uted
on tbe Back Hills trail duriug the gold
eu days of '77 and '79; and the mules
and bnckboard used by General Shatter
in Cuba during the late war.
TOT Bid rADK.
The rrale of the Wild West show
which was w atched hy thousands of cit-
''s and visitors Saturday in its course
' " noseourg was a pic
ture of realism a show of a coiuhina-
iw whirl, at t,i l.ut one, ill
lifetime. The pageint was a pao.ma
o wnllille participant. n ltorv-mak
in lt(, anj( M.u r,, C0,jT
. ' .
himself was liere and create.! a murmur
of admiration along the route. The
drum corps from the army headed tlie
parade. Real Cubans from the Queen
' Antilles tnl the stnets, lollowci
Is w . a 1
" eiicrn, '-rman, inuuin. an-.
aitn.-ajiii, a aiiuru uipi . iiQM-a m.tu r
Pi ail cr ft Tfialtfara itirtiirtf Aa.1 t in rarnriinit
rt , , ftmnaf.ift, h. b.,,.1.
were an interesting future. The de
tschuicnt from the United Slates Life
Paving marine eervice also attracted
considerable attention. The In. I.aiis
er also a great feature. The para.le
u"ul oiuiiuiir . v ..e
fortuance was given outside the tents af
ter the paraJe.
The vast crowd made its way to the
hasehall around on Pine street early in
the aiternoon where a sea of cauvas
greeted tlivm. Tlie encl mure contained
alsMit five acre if trr-sind surrounded
by tiers of comfortable seats.
The exhibition was giveu complete
and the. great throng was perfectly satis-
with ,ue niagnitieent performance.
The participants of the various thril
ling scenes enter into the action with
much mote enthusiasm than mere ttare
trained menials would because it has
jlen a part of their rerl life,
During the twenty years of its exist
euce the Wild West lias never presented
a more thrilling and ntarreloua specta
cle than in this year's program. Hough
Riders of every country in the world are
in its conimy, aud our own Buffalo
Bill, the greatest war ccout in history
leads them in every exhibition
Colmel Cody's Wild u est is a picto
rial, history of this country from the
dayt of the ravage redman to the pres
ent date, ana includes in its company
all races and nationalities identified
with heroic horsemanship. No such
practical lesson in this eouutry'a pro
gress could lie written in a thousand
books. Fifteen different races and na
Lions appear iu their varied costumes,
During the almost incredible feats of
horsemanship are shown Arabs, In
diaus, Cowboys, Cossacks, Mexicans
English, Germau, Rooteveltiaus, and
other liorsemeu from every comer of
the world. No circus ever seen com
pan- with it and, best 'of all, every
thing offered is genuine, both men and
animals. It is a truly awe-inspiring
triumph of educational amusement.
The cowboys and vaoueroe in the Buf
falo Bill's Wild West outfit are as capn
bis, of doing as good work as is ever re
quired in actual service on the range
with the lariat. But however expertly
a man may "rope and tie" a ateer, that
(kill will not necessarily involve the
ability to do siich surprising things with
"le '" "-P""eu oy
b? HW,T Oraiwu in the Wild West
rti,!l tH "'I 'rI,', to a ,iviue
thp great mujiary anus ol iiio loreign
' ''", be battje scenes, the
lhft h,M:k'n? hMan ar ,,a1""
and all the other well know n features
.lolin l'.akt, an eert marskman,
nne of tjlr ,1(M.t skillful fancy shots in
I ... ... ...
nil), mmrtrv. Jit trap shooting, exe-
cte,l jn the most difficult iiositions and
I . . .
with lightning rapidity is truly remark
able, while the fashion In which he
shatters flying glass halls shooting rico
chet shots at them, or by reflection, or
standing on his head, seems almost
magical. The vast arena Is too large for
l.im to show his skill in shooting at very
small objects, still or thrown in the air.
but be does enough lo prove himself a
Shatters All Records
Twii-e iii hosmital, F. A. Gulledge,
Verbena, Ala., paid a vast bum to doc
tors to cure a Severe caae of pilee, cum-irip-
24 tuinorc. When all failed, Ruck
len'a Arnica Halve toon cured him.
Subdues Inflaniatiou, conquers Achee,
kills Paine. Beit falve in tbe world
25c at A fMarofer Hruj; trv,
COMPLAINT AGAINST OREGON. I .
China Takes Notice of Work of nob
in Malheur County Several
Washington. Au. M. The Ch nese in
Government, thnuigh its Legation here,
has asked the State Department to see
that instice is done hr the State of Ore-
gon to the Chinese who were attacked by
rioters in Maker City, Or., on Agnst 8.
On that date ahontGO Chinese, who
wereemi.loved in this citv. were at-1
tacked bv a mob, three of them were
thot and the remainder wer.i driven out
of the town and forbidden to return,
The matter was promptly reported to
the Chinese legation by the nearest I
Chines. Consul, and the Legation
authorities having awaited what they I
considered a reasonable time for some J
itrii of activity on the iart of the local I
authorities, have now presented the I
matter to tlie State IVpartment, point
ing out that tlxy dos.. bcranae the local
anlliorities have shown no disposition t
orosecute the offendrni and make re
puration. iiie department in follow-1
mg me usual course, lorwaru mti com- i
At 1 . . 1
ldamt to the tiovttrnor of tre-on, Wltu I
1 . . .." I
the miuest l'r ail explanation.
HISTORV or TKK ASSAI'LT. :'
BaKER C ITV, Or., Aug. 30. The till-
' . - ia. i.. .
nese outrage reierre-i ut oy me iiiurBc
tiovernment to the State Department!
occurred August 8, at the Moruian
Risiu placer niine, which was leased oy
Chinamen. Twenty shacks were lurn-
el hy rohU-rs, supposed to live in the
vicinity, and the Chinamen held up and
rolilMHl. luree ..liliiauieii were iwni) i
injured. Mormon Basin is 60 mile
from here, in Malheur County. The!
anlliorities there tOfk no action. The 1
District At'ornev here was preItW I
.!t1. . v.r..l;nt tha tima but the
with a complaint at me nine, ihh. m
mattcr was out of bis jurisdiction, lie
.... . . .
notified the authonties Ot iainuer I
....... I,i i, .it in. as. li.r it kiwii n I
lyouiity, but nothin;., so lor as auown. i
has been done to bring the jriilty men I
to jll'tk-C. 1
SaI EM, Or., All". 30. neu I tOvern-I
irtoll toniaht regawinglne
coinlaint of the Chines' Minister in
connection w itn tne auegeo awa.
... . . ,i i ... ... .r i
mob on Chinese in Baker City, be
stated he had njevived notice from the
Slate IVartnieut at Washington and
had at once ordered Captain Samuel
While, District Attorney at Baker City,
to investigate the charges thorougl.lv
the offenders, if any, to
EPA HTM EST OP THE ISTKHtOE OSce
fl'.s. BiirreTortteoerel. rottaa. u-e.
aon. Xit. lli. iu. kMloil Broooaeia
wi:i bcrv-Htrd at IhianSic anUi 11 acock.
noon, oawptemberil. IU. loe rannlnf,
urint and mark Inn. la arranlanr 1U onV-ial
exl.lloa nrg .laUoua and aueb aperlal IneUiMv
tlmi. MMfbr IxiM by lAr Burreynr mm,
Ihe fcHo..i.lr rlb.) aurreya.Tli: T il S M
10W..4 Riln aub-tlriiuta. I1. uilWa Oleander.
T 21 S , K W., .l m!l (ulidit U'.oii: TM K S
W.. 21 miU-tfioitllMiai T i B, a I W.2J Bilk
tiil.ii llon. TIS. K JW. Aa', iila nbrtil
aln:T41M R 3 K, ' miir anUllilatoa: T S
K t n.u.nlloauitivlalon. mile eiienora
T '.T S. K i W . ellraai.bi.riin: T a S. K II
W. 1.', mile hiMKIikm. T 1 S. H S -I
mi Ira wiUJTiMMi; T lis. H4 Euamllr aubdl
rtalnn.b mllr rxietlnn- T . K. mile
uil.IUi.kJD; TUB. Raw. K mlK-auMi.Mu :
T II S, R tifl nilimaobdUiawja. li e
tenon: T l S K I K. ' mllaub41ulon: T Ji
. KJW, :-umll-Mibiliitii.n. trcal n:ra ot
nlleaae are l, T. and r:'s and t.tt. lor
ataiklarvl aot meattier, loofaip aJM aretH
and maiwtlDs tinea reaetlely. tbe latter
rat(t." i, v.. aiMt 4i. are la be ooiy
liera Uie Untare lunt.iitainoua. Ialty tint-btr-j
or eorrn-J witb itenae naderrrMlb.
Hond with aM-mrAI arrurllT lor too laltblul
prrfortiiat-entthroairm.-t beirulie. l
tbe Mvrexafnl t.Mr. Tbe right la reMl lo
reje. i anr and all bida. to aUe In-hnkwl de
levla. ami toarreot any part otaay bid, or r
tbe otber part, II Ibe .BlereateW tba Go
ernmenl miulrr It, pmnnMla atuat beaubwlttel
la diipUi aie to tbe oa-leraigned, and oudarae)
oo tbe entelop: "Protwale lor eieenl na
pa t.n.- urreva. The propmiM rmiiw win
bnnel al ihe lime and pla-e above staled,
and biUdei are InrltrJ to be pfent at aorb
openina. Further lnloiaaatioa m Hnd to the
or a will be lurolib-l apoa appn-auoo 10 in
undrmlinrd. lltaf llnxiitl,
MB V. B surreyor Oeaeral Kt urrgoja.
Notice for Publication.
Land Uflto al Roarburr. O.-etoa,
Aacual S. lib.
Notioa U bcreliT rltea tbat Ifie iollowtnt
namr.1 arttirr baa Sled mot ire of bit lotentlOB
tomakebual prool In aupport ol bla claim, a bo
tbat aaid nrooi will ha made belora Rrclrter aud
Berotvcr I".", taod OSictat KoielirT, orrfoa.
Oa Oetnber K-.1WU. in:
oa n K Ko. IliM. lor tbe W'i. Sec
m -is. a; a-eat. Ha aimei me io.ioa.ox
aitiimea to nnire hu eonUauoae realdeaoe
npon and cuiurauoa Ol aaia ianu. nr. iirarr
buabnell, D A Prork, A Kouna, Win friend, aU
ol OtaJia, Oirfon.
Mp J.T. VAIlKiU, riiex.
Notice for Publication.
trailed Sutea Land OSlre,
Roaebur. Omon. July U, 10.
Nut Ire la hereby (Iren tbat ta aapllaae
wlib the proritwoit ol tbe art at t'oa(reaa al
J u lie J. ir;. eatnie.1 "An art (or tba aala ef
timber landt In the Slateeol 'aIilorala.Orefa
Xerada and Waah.nrton lerrllorr. aaeiiaaa
d to all the nublic land state by art ol Atifuat
of It'ieebarc, raur.ty ttt tMailaa. Slate et Ore roa
bae th.t da tiled la taiaoSloa but awora state
went. No. Tl tor the pap-base of Ibo Sw y
anion na a, tp. no zi sou in. rang no. . weai
and will viler prool leahow tbat the land am M
Is uare valuable lor Oa timber ar slane (baa
lor arlriiltural purvoaea. and la etablbdl Bis
la.m before tbe Kegiaieraud Reeeirav al Ibis
oldre l KoMburct'TSoa,
Tburaday the Utb day ol Kovember, la2.
He Dames a vlioew: OabM Pbtlan, laaae
JnhnB of Kinebiirf. Ore., James W Conn of
Urlmw, Orn., M 7 Callahao, of Wsrdton, Ore.
Any and aU prrsoos eialminf adrertdy the
aboTe-dearrtbed landa are mnealrd lo tie their
clalma in this office on or before sa?4 Uth day ol
0T l'J02. J. T. 1H1 ik.ab,
Notice for Publication.
UNITED STATF.H LAND OPFfCK,
K'kikbi'rii. Ore.. June 20. lstri
Notira Is hereby given thai in compliance
witb Hie proristons of the art of Congress ot
J'ineil, If:, entitled "Au art (or the sale ol
ItmU-r lands in the states ol California, Omron
Nevada and W aahinston Territory." as extend,
nl to all the pi.Mlr land lUUl by art of August
f Keallle. roiiiuy of KIhk, state nl Wanhina-
ton, haa ini.any tnni in this omre Ma swnru
alalt-iiintt No. .'.74, for the bilP'haaeof tbe b1 ,
si , nf er. No '1, townahia No. :H. R. No. weal
aud wilt offer proof to show tbat tbeland sought
ia wore a.uau.e .or ..a tinioer ar atone tbaa
for aurlrultiiral purposes, and to establish bis
claim triors the Kegiiter aud Kecetrer ot this
nice oi ttoseuurg.uregon.
on Mondny, na-l.uh day ol IK lolier, 19oJ. Ue
na.nrs sa li!iif.(-: rmt M. Payne," of North
B- iwI, .Wash., Win. M. Porter o ( una Valli-y,
Orv K H. Flhht r, M. L ttHiiildliig, ol rVallle.
Any and all
I persons claiming adversely tbe
ii lanils ara reUrsti to Ale their
claims In this iiftiia on or brfore said Uth day ol
vs i., ,:ira. .
i, T. Baioois,
Notice for Publication. :
nnllnlHtaies IaihI Offii-e,
RospUnre. Oieton. June o. liari
Kntice Is beiehy gW. n that in compllaue
lib the piovlMons ol the art ol
Congress nf June VS, IH7, eullllud
"Au 't lor tlia sale ot tltneer lands In the
hiatus ol California, u.egon , evada aud Wish
luirton leiritorf." aextended to all tbe Pub
IKLAOil HI-V'S by art of Auituat dill. Wti,
M BS. MAUI) IIAI.L,
of II rile Crvrk, cmiuty ol Uongiaa. state ol Ore
cou. has this dar tilvd Iu tblsonti-a her sworn
statement No. jM, lor tbe burcliese of the fU
MViJ, 8'j NK.'iof see. No, Ia, tpjiia, K.H W.,
vr. u. sun win oner urooi iosuow tuai tlie laud
sougl.t Is more valuable lor IU timber or atone
tliau lor agricultural pcrpusea, aud lo eatab
llib her olaim to satii laud before tbe Reglnler
and Keeelvrr of Ibis otlicc at Hoseuurg, Oregou,
ou Friday the 2UU day of October YMi. rihe
uaiii?s ss wllnesms: T. Ii. Harlow, Ji.hu Dall,
Jr., AlrxsnderTliou.pnon, P. Jol.uauu, all of
Myrtle Creuk. Oregon.
Any aud all persons claiming adversely ids
above described lands ara requested t- lile
uelr claims In this offics oa or vetora salt) I'lih
day of October, m. J.T, BKIlKrKH,
jip cmrr. I
Board of Equalization Notice.
otice ia hereby given that the IViard
of Equalization of Douglas county Ore
gon, will meet in the office of the county
clerk of laid county in the court house,
the city 01 noseuurg, wregon, on moii-
day, Octolr ;th, 1902, at M o'clock a.
m. and will continue in msmiui until
Saturday, (Molar 11th at 5 o'clock p.
m. to publicly examine the augment
rolls and correct all errors in valuation,
description or qualities of land, lots or
other property. Now, therefore, all par
ties who may be aggrieved by icawm of
valuation, description or oiherwise as to
their assessment, will please take notice
. i 1 1- . Al 1 ...
above staieu, ami maae u.tir complaints
to said lanl of Kqualizatkm. Other-
wise their assessment will stand ns
made by the assessor,
Hatinl August 21st, l;sr2.
11. U. Oillltt,
Assessor noiigias county, ur.
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No,lr u hereb given t tUe nu,enltutA
wmoo in i"in jmy. i-Jirj, i.y iiwijui
Court of lNMi(lBsruatii,inKnn, duly tiinoint
ltd .linlniirU)r( tlie .iUIe .,1 1). T. I'liu hud
deoeucd. All prron hsvinr claim ca1d1
me Mid HUH are herel.y li.Hllicil to prneut
Uoualaarunntr. Orogoo, within W (lr from
ih daioI thla notice. au1 all i-r4iiii iudtljl.il
dale of tbla notice, aud all prwtiia lultll.il
- hvKhj lo ,y ,h, tame
Wted Anpitt 22oJ, lsa.
.T JKWETT, AJuiiui.Uator.
In the:lrnltnrtoI the Sute ( (n-ron
"'"""! A uil In Faulty lot
go. H, Adkin i a mvone.
To aHJi'ibcT. named .u-fendant
1 h nauierl id Mate ol Orrf., y.ni are
narei.j re-iuirri k appearand au.wt r me coin-
nialol tiled ataln.t you Id tbe above eulltied
I ,uU e"u" " Hblu " " tlie date
u 6m uuucatoooi tbiaaotm ,vi.,onoi i
I lore Srd day ol October. Vsii. aud II joii tail to
I atpear aol aufwerMldrooicialut altblia aaid
ume. lor want thereol plainUfl will apply to
eaiaeoun lor locreiiei u-manMrl id dct com-
BUUlll M ,n ,,,),,.: tun dm i m
rorcdioiinj the bond ol Dainiaoayextau
car and rualvly ol Ibrir ml not ecil.lreo. Loyal
IJKU . iwu iui iMHim Auai-VD, ailtl lor auto
otber and lurUirr reilel, aa the court may deem
fhiaauuimoiMieputi'.iebcd by order of Hon
u. inouipaun. niuaif junge Of vouciae
ai y, Oregon, wblra aawl order Is daini Aug--
I utitn. i'.'.aou meoateoi m Brat yutMlca-
1 linn IK. i. InrfUl m lull a n . t i V. . . . f
I tlio but publicaUoa tberrul taOctobcr 3rd. IMi.
JOUS T. LONIi.
Attorney lor PltlnUS.
In the l iiruit Court of U Stat of Orefoo
U Uouzlaa rminty.
w . A. rerainf ti t. I. niedaor.
partner, oo.na boaiaeaa under tbe
drat naaool Perkins bledaoe. !
a rMlIler. J. M. I rratKV. I. W. "
Uorraore. PorUnt SoTlnc Bank,
aCorporaUoa. Joa. B. Ueaid, laro-
line a. lleaid. J. T. tnI(ra aud .
Belle tiklcra. Drlrndanu. I
To J. M. itarranre, I. W. Isirran-se. Portland
aunt mat. loa. b. Ilcakl atvl Caroline
Bald. b.eol theaoore banted leenlan'ji'
IN TUK. NAME or THE MATS' F uKfci"S
yoa are nereoy n-juirv.! to apar an l answer
ll comprint ol UKiU.it naninl plalntiBa In
ine above enuueu Loan, am on in the ol-
f4 the h-rtt ol Mid Court, on or beiotv tnc
liib dayol OrtoU-r, l: ao-1 you are noUSed
Ibat, it yo tall to appear awl ar-aoer raid rora
pialal aa benrby re-iutred, the pUlnuSa will ap
ply to tbe t.irt lor the reiiw demandnl m
tberr raid ruuplalnl, 14-ait: Ibat aa mn In
Mid platuuffa itiW lo tbe l illnatng 4o rlbed
real prefa-ty, Utll
nniinnltiiatapuiat i. eaat at the
ortbaieM runter ol lb aouihwrM quarter rf
the toulhaaat uarlerol K- Uon M bnrntil 21
wotb ol ranfe a, aret. ol W UUmriw Mni-luia,
Ibcnera j Iret to the rt aidr nf the
ntblol aayol ih On-fi A 'al.'nfa ru
mail. laa-T Ola .5 rtm and j ailnalra
mrM akoox aaPt nsht-ol-nay VO kn, ttw-nre
nrUi IV dre and 1- ainule arl 2s I au
piarrolbf lanlas. i-ontalainf to urn. .he
aanie la-tna la IkMigtaTuanu, Orrcon be roe
rreted and tWuraird. aud K-i-t .M-irl. Thai
plelnlifl llcerrl Uaooanria In atmple.d
aM permlaf-K Irve (mm Ine rlaiu. ol de.rn.laau
and earh ol ttn-m.
1 bieeutttn.ia laavrrrd b Bub'.lratu.a In th
Riwbnni PUin.leaii-T byoolrr o( tbe lion. 11.
I. 1 botnpra, rountf ilre ol luuaiae riMinir
IHepi.. aald ork-r braig n.a-l.a lite Mb day
ol Aufi.rl. li Tbedaie ol lli Mat potMira
tbm al Una nimaMt. t Ancu-t 2, I'Mi. and the
dateol lb la.t poblM-ati'd. Ix rrjl. i .let. .
AliorsK lor PlilntlOi.
In the Clrrail Court of the Hi a la el Orrzoa,
ired r. Vlrkera 1
Barry Warren Vir-arra, i
Ta Harry Uanva Vickcia. the ilnn aame.1
la tbe name of the State of iiMtn mo am
berrby mild to appearand answer tba vom
plaint bled aca.nsl you In tbe a bore entitled
au.t and rourt on or before tie lsb dar ol Or-
louer. r.r: and, if you fall to ap-ra.r and an
a do annia aai-i note, piaintis alii apply lo tbe
Coart lorlbe reltel demanded In ber eotiiplsiot.
to-a-it: ror Um decree dlMuliinf tbe niarriaa
roo tract bow exlatinf beterreo pi.n:lfl and de
1 bis summons la published by order of Koa.
at. L. TIhuimo. rvaai, iu.lre ot Ilooeiaa
coubi, Ore-.-vu, abicb order ta dated Auxut
it, lai. and tbe Una preecrll. d Uertbv, lor
tbe pabilcaUna of thla summons Is once a" areek
lor ail conercutlre week prereediuc raid Wlh
daeofO-iubrr. IJ2, and the laie ol tbe Erst
publication of this snaiinoaa l tlie ilh day ol
AUKVet. lWjrj, Un la BaRrK.
aiVoa Albmey fo. Plainriff.
Trespass Notice. I
All iier)ii are hereby w arned not to
treiiiia, hunt, tih or camp on the
land of the Curry Estate. Pc.-"ii doing
do w ill be (ToAi uteil to the full extent
of the law.
EUite of N. Ccbkt,
(35tf.) Riversdnle Farm.
ANTED Immediately, 10,000
home by inftcra liouie-sevk-em
who deeire to nurch ee di
rwt from .iwner. raurhes
farms, improved and uniniprovetl lauds,
and city )rojrty. Write it you've any
thing to Ml. "Addrwc,
THOS. H . HCANTLIN,
Team Pullinc Contests
. For $150 Prizes
Shooting TouruMiient, Log Sawing Contest, Tug
of War, Baby Show, l'ries lor Stock: Toultry, etc.
Music by Fourth Regiment and Other Bands
Addresiall Commuuicatious to
S. WJ1IIjIS, Secretary.
i Jiff vS& VH-
Our delayed car of pianos and orgaus just arrived. These g
are a lot of beauties and will be sold at prices never before
heard of. One fifth of this lot is alread- disposed of,and tliey
are going fast. T. K. Richardson is the first, last and only -"g
dealer who has ever shipped a car load of pianos and organs di-
rect from the factory to Roseburg or Cottage Grove, therefore, s
we are prepared to give you a better bargain on a piano or organ 9
than any other dealer who has to pay a middle man's pront. Zo
Call and see these fine pianos and organs and be coin inced, at the
sr T. K. RICHARDSON MUSIC HOUSE
?X)EGlf IK BROWN',
Q V FISHER, M.D,
Office over P. 0. Eossscao,
'Phone Main 59 L Oasoov.
Physcian & Surgeon.
OStee Rerlew Bid.
Pboa. alAia n
LMER V. HOOVER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
tpeeiai aueatioa r Dlaeate e! tfca Voa
and Ttroat. .
OfBce-lfaia St., one door aoQUot CI tjHa
Fhoua. Main Ml.
teiepboaa So. 4.
OaSceoppneJIO . . .
iocoai a Hall "
Attorney at Law,
KooBUlAt, Maratar Bida, KOtlUCES. OB
A-BualBeaabeloreibeD B tAadOBtoeaae
eslaina eases a saactaiiy.
Late Becsaeat D. B. 1-and Pica
Roeaacas, , OaaeoB.
Bostneaabelora 0.8. taai OnVeand Probat
bo1neas a speelaity.
Q mce A b rahaal B u; jl las.
T C. rCLLKKTOS ..
WUl practice la aU th rtatt and Fodoral Cotuta
OSoe la Marts' Bk!, Boattwrt. Ortaoa.
Q0MM0D0RE S. JACKSON,
i.ii. ami Cnanaallor at Law.
MlBinc Law and Water Right made
aaiaten Bid- BOeaJCKO. OEKGOg
P W. BIN SON,
aoau 1 and t
J A. BUCHANAN, Notary Public
Collections a Specialty.
stars ten BoUdlaC.
jqr J. ROBINETT,
Attorney at Law.
Taylor AWUioa Block. Ro.aBOM.OaB
a.a..aAt. e, A-Sramawa
gEHLBREDE & GRAY,
practice in .11 ol th. f ute
briore the U. S- Und department-
Tailor A W llson Block,.
Notary public In ottca
'Pboue Main 2
AT ROSEBURG OR
If von want to go to Co. toontv ;
poinu, Lake me i.'wur, jiar-iiuci'i
route. Spring hacks leaver Kosebura
- 1. . 1 - T . O tC .ll
every day at ;, A. M.
..I f l
INSURANCE AT COST,
Hem.1 0ce, JIclIinnT.U.'. Orr-
Amt. of insurance in force, f 1 1 .rC0.0r0.C0
Net eain in one vear, 2, "7.M
Savins its members 1 vr.. 0."hI.)
Number seiaratc risks, 22,3'0
JL Ji Buchanan.
Roseburg, Oregon. Ajft. for Douglas Co
IXSUP.E IN THE
oil fist em mi
UNIVERSITY OF OREGOfi
The first Semester, sessioif 1902-3, opens Wednesday,
September 17th. The following schools aud CoUe-ies are
comprised in the University. Graduate School, College of
I Literature, Science and Arts, College of Science and En-
gineering, University Academy, S:hool of Music, School
of Medicine, School of Law.
Tuition free, excepting ia school of Law, Medicine
and Music. Incidental fee $10.00, Student-Body tax
$2.50 per year Cost of living froui $100.00 to $200.00
Fcr catalogue, address
REGISTRAR OF THE UNIVERSITY,
3 17 P Eugene, Oregon
VsWaW.".WaVaW.Va V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.VbV.V J
l SIEVERTS BAKERY, Jacksonn;54 $
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WE ARE t-TIt.L IN THE LEAI
Fine Cream and
We came to R.eburg to stay, aa i if we v"vt as liiwrai a ".At of
the trade iu the future a.- in the ii.-t, -jre wiii Uj here a l.dig time veu
Jin in the -rnccasiou d w.-!l juoostxl cust-'nirs w !,. can be en eon
tinoally pacing in an I out of our tire-
THP rpqt r.nnnc
aaaa aa a va vsvs IS
J- SIEVERS, Proprietor
'WAWJWA V.V.V.V.V.V.V..V. W.W.SV VWVVWrV,
ARK AND WASHINGTON. PORTLAND1, OREGON
The school where thorough work is dose; where the reason Is
always given; where confidence is develop; where bookkeeping
V L 2
is taught exactly as books axe kept ia bnsiness; where ahcrthand is
made easy ; where penmanship is at its best ; where hundreds cf
bookkeepers and stenographers have been educated for success ia
life; where thousands more will be.
A. P. ARMSTRONG,
A CAR LOAD
ALL SIZES, JUST ARRIVED
Also a car load Hfnaj ails! Ulitclscll liiiusics, Surrcvs
of the famous ... . ,
ami lioaa nanous on Iiantl.
If you wish comfort, elegance and a
. reasonable price, see us before buying
" -f- -t !
Shears and Scissors
Of the Highest Excellence
lU'TCHKK KXIVKS, CIKAVIUS and riTI.KV.Y OF A I.I.
KIXI. . We rnrry in i-t'vk t-vi-ry si:v on. I kin l n knivrs.
SOLD AT POIH-'I AR PRICES
S. K. SYKES, Hardware.
IT HELPS YOU
I v..,. i t , . , ,
i . . ' - . " "
V.,e .iaiiy Ui-.r.s problems if you ea
' brejid l.jU!.t at tl.e
Dur iiread i Lia!e from the
Kit fiver, anl ii always
I ive ns a
FRESH AND CLEAN
Nct Partie fcidg., North Jaljq Sir.
Homemad B read
at i nwncT nnircc
-l 1 UVTTL.OI rMWU.
Open ell the" year.
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