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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1902)
Published Mundayi ftnd Thursdays.
TLAINDEALER PUBLISHING CO.
V. CiCoxxer, Editor and Publisher
F; nn Wright, City Editor, .Solicitor.
T. G. Rrrn. Foreman
TVlee-a-Veefc Pkindeakr. vet year, $1.50
Entered at the Post Office in Roseburg,
Cio., as second class mail matter.
Advertising Rates on Application.
SEPTEMBER 18, 1902
New York has endorsed President
Roosevelt, and Lis nomination in
1004 is now assured.
It requires gigantic capital to haa
riin tbe gigantic propositions in this
Wbile tbe democrats are straining
their eyes to find an issue tbey migbt
declare in favor of republican pros-
Prosperity is tbe happy eong of
tbe nation, and tbe republican party
c&a be trusted wiib ever maintaining
Since tie arrival of Fitzimmons
on tbe Sound tbe scramble to 6bake
Lands vrilh tbe man who secured a
pkee of Tracy'a trousers has subsid
ed. V ould-be tariff tinkers will notice
tbit tbe eicellent working of the
Dirgley tariff is the only thingstand
ins between tbe treasury and a de
ficit for 190
Philadelphia capitalists have form
ed "a broom trust for the control
of tbe manufacture of that article in
the Tinted States. This is a sweep
At tbe Spokane populist connty
convention, both wings of the party
soared away in opposite directions.
SLoi n of thesa appendages the old
fowl will peck along in the middle-of
la thy prosperity remember tbe
dvs of adversity. The tramp era,
tbe Cokyite epoch, tbe souphouse
period end the . reign of tbe
ilevfeland-Wiisori free trade. Tariff
tinkers take notice,.
Tbo people are responding gener
oosly to tbe relief of the fire victims.
Tie Portland facd has over reached
?SC& Yanccuver 1500 and other
towns are sending ont relief parties
wiiii ruDner, clothing and provision.
It is annoaned that the O. R. & X.
will withdraw its steamship line be
tween Portland and San Prancisca
A coofiict of Harrioian interests
Lis e leamship line in competition with
Lis milroad is believed to be tbe
ctiuse fur this move.
Tbe Ksv. Dr. Heury Harrison
Washburn, ia bis OysJer Bay eulogy
npea tbe life of tbe ' martyred Mc
Kinley, trie 1 to shoot too far and
broke Li-i g'ia. Teddy will no donbt
reiiiccbor Blaine's Reverned Rum-lioiuaaistu-ad
Rebellion B orchard.
A book iatitlel ' Preachers in Poli
tics'' would seem to be in order.
From tL9 asbes of tbe burned dis
trict arises tbe question when a
rnaa has filed on a tiuber claim, and
tbe limber burns before final proof is
made, ia tha right losL Hon. J. T.
Bridge?, Register of the Roseborg
L id 02iee is of the opinion new
rights will be grauted by the commis-t-ioDer
cf the general land office
VLin the claim is accompanied by af
liUvits establishing facts upon
which the local land office may base
Twice defeated for the presidency.
Brran Las brooded into a state of
dieneracy, end like a mad dog,
Eaps and Enarls ateveay sound and
cverjtLicg Le ee8 or hears. When
Le calls President Boosevelt "blood
thirsty," and accuses him of "shock
ing moral deformity." it is clear
Brian's brain is inflamed. The lan
guie used aga:Dst the chief execu
tivtu is on-Atiiericao, and will be
ceiidcn ced by all right-thinking
men irrespective of party. Bryan's
I'lUag" fans into flame the smoul-
do.ag embers of anarchy, is the seed
cf taarutr tnd assassination.
Peary the trdc explorer, has been
' k3ard from. Meibert L. Bridgeman,
ofXewYorii city, secretary of the
Peary Artie Club, received .a dispatch
froai Lieut. R. E. Peiry Mondav.
dited Chaiiteau Buy, Labrador.
Peary is on his way home aboard the
r.-!i-f fcbip, Windward, end says all
ere well. Mr. Bridgemau has no
information as to " the explorer'
a oviJiueLts bejond that contained in
tLe dispatch. Peary sailed with his
esr edition for the North Pole, July,
i, 18GS. Bridgenjan left Perry at
0.r Sabine, August, 29. 190L The
rcitif s'jip, Windward, left New xork
1 t Jaly, siid Las evidently been
saccess'ul. Friends of the explorer
bilieve re. ry Las made important
discover -cr, n 1 bis return b awaited
wiih much iRieifst.
A air .- i'arm, 11 miles east of Rose
br.rg, plenty of water as creek rune
iSiro'ij'i farm. 15 acre? cleared and un
der cultivation, the rest is covered with
good tiijib' r, about 3 bearingruit trees
two yiir ol 1, a good los liouee, snd
barn, a tusp at $ 303. Enquire at this
A new theory with reference to the
Great Central Railroad has been ad
vanced. It connects the Chicago,
Milwaukee and St. Paul road with
the project, but does not eliminate
tbe Gould interests. Some days ago
the announcement was made that a
traffic alliance had been agreed upon
between the SL Panl and Missouri
Pacific. Well street has since con
firmed this announcement. The
Wall Street Journal says:
The trafiic contract with St. Paul
is expected by Missonii Pacific peo
ple to increase very materially the
business of that road, and it is be
lieved that it will prove decidedly
profitable to both companies. It is
not an exclusive contract, but that it
will bring Missouri Pacific consider
able business Dot heretofore enjoyed
is practically certain.
With reference to the activity of
tbe stocks of the St. Paul and Mis
sonri Pact lie this same paper says "it
may be only a coincidence, but large
capitalist interests identified with St.
Paul are understood also to be large
ly connected with the Gould proper
ties in the Southwest." These large
capitalist interests are probably the
The railroad editor of New York
dailies, in response to an inquiry as
to who was back of the Great Cen
The road yon mention is ascribed
here to two interests one of them St.
Paul, and tbe other a syndicate rep
resented legally by a nephew of H.
By marriage, Mr. Twombley is
connected withtbeYanderbilt family,
ana is considered a Vanderbilt rep
resentative on the board of various
roads, bat whether the fact that the
nephew of Mr. Twombley is the legal
representative of a syndicate.' having
in contemplation the building of a
railroad from Salt Like to Coos Bay
is sufficient to connect the Yander-
bilts with tbe project, may be ques
tioned. This would take the matter
back to the Goulds, to whom it baa
genet ally been attributed from the
beginning, with the addition of color
from a recent SL Panl traffic contract
and the well-known desire of St
Panl to get to the Pacific Coast on
terms as advantageous as those of the
Great Northern, Northern Pacific or
any other transcontinental road.
This would explain the recent change
by which a Los Angeles connection
was sacrificed for Coos Bay. The
more northern port would suit SL
Paul much better.
That heavy capital is back of the
Great Central there can be no ques
lion, and that the road is going to
tbe ocean is also quite certain. If a
bluff is being made it is made to
awaken Portland, to seen re its ter
minals, bat when it is considered that
the chief object is to secure oriental
traffic, and at the same time enter a
wide territory of varied and unlimit
ed resource?, a territory not yet pene
t rated by a railroad, faith in the build
ingof tbe road on the route indica
ted by L. D. Kenney becomes
South Douglas Mimes.
TheCnines Creek oM Mining Co.,
J. P. Rhode, Supt , and (ieorge Little,
Foreman. Three-foot Itsljje of $ ore,
developel by a 400-foot tunnel.
Gibson A Bennett ia Mt. ReuU-n dis
trict owns a gTou of six claims of high
and low grade ore. Main shaft down
175 feet. Another g-od prosjrfvt ou
Reuben Creek is Kinnont l'j-os. claim,
worked by arastra.
The Gold Bug, also in Mt. ReuU-n
District, stands hi the lead as a produc
er. The pay shoot is a large one, and of
high grade ore which was been explored
to a acpm i 4u teet. liie mine is
equipjied with a 5-stanip mill ami con
centrating table and cyanide plant ; also
an 85-horse-power loiler, air compres
sor pumping machinery,- electric lights
and Burleigh drills. It is owned bv
Pnator Jones and others, with Pcluy
ler Cole as Sojierintendent.
Daniel Johnson owns lietween the
Gold Bug and Kiunot Bros., a promis
ing claim, 4-feet ledge of $10 free milling
ore. Fred Novotny, a mile north of
Gold Bug, has another high grade pro
Green Mountain. A spur of the Cas
cade range and at its base Starveont
creek has its fountain head. This is IS
miles east of Glendale. At an Altitude
of 3000 feet on the top of the mountain,
Messrs. Charles T. Nail, merchant at
Glendale II. CuthUrt and Tom Ma
honey own a claim, through whicl
courses a tvventv-foot ledge lietween
slate and serpentine. The ore contains
both gold and. copjier. Development
work will lie done after the fall rains.
The Iieutoa Group, along w ith the
Gold Bug group, is making ttie Mt. Reu
ben district much noted. The same is
one-half mile west of the Sold Bug anil
comprises nine claims. 1 he ore is a
bright white quartz., high grade. Di
velopemertts are four tunnels. The
mine is being equipped with new ma
chinery. Renlen A. JoneM of (dendale
and John C. Iceland are the owners.
The California Group lay between
the Ajar and Gold Bug group, owned by
John C. Lewis and C. Kline of Port
land. The led2: is tapied at a depth of
205 feet by tunnel. Ore is valued 15
per ton, crushel with a 2-stanip mill.
Armory C-. E. 4th Regt. O. N. Q.
Roskbcko, Ore. Sept. 10, UtOl. All
offiers, non-commissioned ollicers,
musicians and privates of Co. E, O. N.
G., are hefeby notified to rejort at
Armcry Hall, Thursday Sept. 18, 1!K)2,
at 8 o'clock P. M. for' Company Drill.
By order of F, I'.. Hamlin',
P. A. Webb, Captain.
Lock At this Money Maker.
A ranch of 240 acres, u ith house, barn
and outbuildings. Orchard, small lrui
etc., well matured. No middle mail's
profits, 3 miles from rail road. Town
of Drain. $1500
cabh, inquire ofi
V V p.,.v
1. r. iAITfcBHOX
t. i i
Negro Waylays and Ravishes
Mrs. James Dennis.
IS ARRESTED, BUT GETS AWAY.
Is Wounded and Recaptured and Huns
by the Outraged Citizens
(3iKoil to tlio riniinU-aliT.)
Alonzo Tin ker, a negro residing at
Marshlield, wny-layod and ravished Mrs.
Jas. Dennis, of Libby, last nilit near
the cemctary just outside of Marshlield
as the lady wast returning to Libby.
After petting ont of the fiends clutches
Mrs. Ik'iinis spread the alarm, and 4S
she reef "gnized Tucker, be was immedi
ately issued and caught and taken to
the Marshlield jail. Later in the night
a mob of two hnndered Libby residents
enforced bv as manv Marshlield
men ' demanded the prisoner l
the jailor, but in the mean
time the officer in charge of the prison
er had attempted to take him to a lxat
to avoid the mob and while doing so the
negro got away from the ollicer anil
crawled under the warf and hid.
It U'ing too dark to perdue him nuder
the. waif 'lie place uas surrounded until
daylight this morning when after lading
wounded he wa driven out and as he
was running into a store, lie was shot
twice more, when he fell. The mob
then placed a vc around his neck and
took him to a bridge near the cemetary
and hung hint.
New Comet Discovered,
I'xivcbsitv ok California, Sept. W.
Announcement was made, at the uni
versity th's inorn'uig that Astronomer
C. D. Perrine has discrvere) new
comet at the Lick Ols-ervttory. The
chief interest of the discovery lies in
the fact that it is approaching the sun
and crowing in brightness. The astron
omers believe that the comet will 1
visible to the naked eye ou the 2:1.1 inst.
It is now. in the ninth magnitude, with
a weli-detiined nucleus of the 11th mag
nitude, and has a -bushev tail, which
can le traced to the southwest.
Gompers on Strike.
Wilkesbarbe, Pa., Sept. 17. Presi
dent Gompers, of the American Federa
tion of I-abor, in a statement issued to
day, takes a hopeful view f the sU ike
situation. Uoiuiers s lie is con
vinced that the struggle will end by
agreement. Tlie woge-farurrs and the
general public are generously contrihut
ing to the aid of the miners. It is es
scntisd that this aid be extended and
continued. If the mauhood of the
miners is to be maintained they must at
least have bread for their wives and
little ones, as well as for themselves."
Tacoma, Sept. 1. Tiie dcniocrutic
state convention, after a session lasting
until nearly midnight, completed its
business and adjourned.
The following ticket was nominated
by acclamation :
Representatives in Congress ieorge
F Cotterrill d King; Stephen E Barron
of Okanogan, and O R H-.lcomb."
Judge of Supreme Court James 1J
Lcavis of Yakima. '
l"niU-l Stat-s Senator tiearge Tur
ner a indorsed for re-election.
The J il at form adopted indorel the
Kansas City platform, oposes imj-er-ialism
and colonialism, government by
injunction tmsts and trust-fostering tar
iffs. Death in the Flames
Kalvma, Wash., Sept. IS. Rejiorts
from the fire-stricken districts of Ix-wis
River continue to grow worse. Tlie
charrcl and lifeless bodies of JS pe.ple
have already le'n found and all twlieve
there will Ije more to follow. Many
settlers and an unknown numiier of
camjiera are missing. The burned dis
trict was Settled by Jn-rha 500 J-eople,
nifet of whom were prosperous, while
many were well-to-do. Nearly all of
the farmers had good buildings, their
barns filled with hay, and their pastures
well stocked with cattle. What was a
week ago the lieautiful and fertile valley
f the Lewis is now a hot and silent
valley of death, covered promiscuously
with the blackened bodies of both man
Is Eugene Afraid.
A short time ago (Sept. 7) J. II. Sykes
as chief of the Rosebnrg fire depart
ment, recieved a letter from Will II.
Ho. lew, of Eugene, secretary of the race
ing committee, stating that fl50.00 had
ljjen offered for a hose race and invit
ing the Host-burg boys to articipate.
The letter slated that another letter
giving more particulars would follow,
and after waiting some time and re
cieving no further instruction, a
letter was written asking, for full par
ticulars which was never answered.
Now the question is, does Eugene want
the Roseburg Hose racing team to con
test with them, or are thev afraid that
the Rosebnrg team will Ix-at them and
would rather have them stay away.
Card of Thanks.
Wc desire to thank Alpha I-odge So.
47, K. of P., Oak Camp No. 125 W. o
Wf the members of the Rosebnrg Fire
Department, the band aud our friends
for their kindly words, sympathy and
assistance, during the illness and death
of our son and brother, Charles A
Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Pkrrv,
In Probate Court.
Henry Yokum was apjioiuted adrnr.
and J. S. Mayes, Win. Womiacott and
Jas. Bates appraisers of the estate of
John II. Yokum, dei-eased, said estate
consisting of real property of tlie prol)
able value of $200.
J. C. McQuaid was appointed guardian
of Chat. L. Hindinan, a minor.
rid. for the excliiMve privilege to run
r,r-la,lril"1 " me rair gmtiiuiP (Hiring
M air week will Da reeeivtul up to fct lit.
I or. ...
o. i-jvi. .-Also mr nil ouier lirivi ecoa.
ROBBERS BLOW OPEN SAFE.
Smash Things in Eugene Flouring
Hills, But Oct Nothing.
KrcEXB, Or., Sept. 15. (Special )
Robbers last night broko into the Eu
gene flouring mill and blew open the
large office safe. A 'sledge-hammer was
used to. knock off the knob, and then
some powerful explosive was poured in
and exploded.' The front of the safe was
shattered, but there was only $10, in
the safe and that was in the rushlxx and
was overlooked, bv the robbers. Thwir
methods show that the robbers were fa
milliar with the premises, but there is
no c lew to their identity.
The Coos Bay Road.
G. Lyman Moody, engineer in charge
of the field forces of the Great Central
Railroad, ami Charles Cook, who has
the sub-contract of eradinir east of
Myrtle Point, arrived in this city last
night on horse-back, from the north
They reported to Attorney Shelhrede, of
whom a Plaindealer representative re
ceived the information, that the 75
head of horse had arrived, and were in
pa-lure a few miles north of this city.
Mr. Moo.lv and Mr. Cook left this
morning for Marshield.
In regard to laud near tireens and
Dillard In-ill; contracted for by the
companv, Mr. Shelhrede would neither
denv nor con firm the reiiort as to just
what laud, or how much had been con
tracted for, but stated that there had
U-en ''some contracts signed for some
land south of this city."
Wl en asked a, to the probahlitics of
the terminal of the' new road Ijeiiij!
placed at Greens or Dillard, Mr. Shel
hrede said he did not think that either
place noul I bj sc'.ected in preference to
Rosehurg, unless some unforscfn
reason should pres-nt itself. Arrange
ments are being ma le to at once place
cor a of engineers at work ujsin the
Resolutions ol Condolence
At a regular convention of Alpha
Lodje No. 47 Knights of Pythies held
Sept. 17, P)2, ia their Castfe Ha
Roseburg, Oregon, the following ' pre
amble nud resolutions were unani
Whereas, it has pleas-d the Soverign
Maker of the Universe to remove from
our midt our esteemed brother Charles
A. Perry, and this lodge V.ire to ex
press and record a lilting tribute to his
many virtues: Therefore Wit
J.'tfulrrJ, By Alpha Ixlge No. 47
Knight of Pythias of the Domain
Oregon, that while we Uw with humble
submission to the will of tlie Mt High
we never the less iixnirn for our brother
who lias N-en takcu from nn.
H'flctJ. tliat in the death of Charles
A. Perry, this lodge has suffered the
loss of a faithful member, ami a true
Knight : Thi couimuidty the k of a
citizen, whose liie worthy of emulation ;
his familv the los of a devoled son and
H-fJi-l, that the heart felt ynijthy
of every Knight is extended" to his grief
stricken jarents, brothers and sisters
in this their hour of trial.
The Shoot at Eugene.
Mi Marie Ma-Merson and Helinus V.
Thompson, wereelerted iueen and king
of the Kugene Street Carnival, and of
course a lAg time is exjecteI. Many
Hofa bttrgepi are counting on ai tending
the Carnival, and it is quite likely that
tome of our crack ehot" will cajttire
aoaie of the prize in the Shootiiiji
Tournament. 1-ollowin are the prues
off ere. I. (
Pirt event. Purse, fJO. 15 Targets.
Divide.! 50, 30, 20.
Fourth prize, 100 Selby Shot Guns
Second event. Puree, f30. 25 Targr-ts.
Di.itltI 50, 30, 20.
Fourth prize," 150 Selby Shot Gun
Thinl event. Pure, f 10. 50 Targets.
Iivide.l 50, 30, 20.
Fourth prize, 200 Selby Shot Gun
Fourth, or Winchester hhot pun event.
25 Target.. Entrance, fJ.00.
First prize, Wincheater Shot tiun,
f2i).00; Skcind prize, leather Gun Caee,
20!lliana Shell", $12.00; Third prise,
200 Diana Shot Gun ShellK, $.5.00;
Fourth prize, 100 Diana Shot Gun Shells,
Fifth event. For those who have not
got place for money in previous events.
15 Tariffs. Entrance $1.20. $10.0t
Divided 40, 30 20 and 10.
Fifth prizr, 50 Selby Shot Gun Sheik,
General Avera-re, , Prizes, First Four
Evenbi, Ilest average, -1 rase of Wein
harr Peer, by J. Pironi.
Svond liest average, 2 bottles Mary
land P.ye, by E.'C. Hughes. "
Third best avenge, ti't Cigars, by
C. F. Litilefiel I.
Fourth 1est average, 1 lx.ttle Old
Tennessee, by C. J. liarhite.
Fifth lt-!t average, 1 bottle Cyrus
Noble, hy Mac Somnierville.
Sixth best average, 1 Imttle Whifcky,
by Alf Walker.
Koy McClallon has already act his
head on having the "liest average."
Notice to the Public.
We, the Eiler'u Piano House, of Port
land, Or., have juat closed the agency
withT. K Richardson, of Uosehuig and
Cottage Grove and after date of Sept.
10, l!K)2, W A Burr & Co of Rosebnrg
will handle our full line of pianos such
as Chickering, Kimball, VoseA Son and
many other high grade makes. We
have arranged with Mr. Purr b close
out a stock of goods which Mr. Richard
son has scattered over the country from.
Grants Pr.ss to Cottage Grove. Just ns
soon as we can gather up this stock it
will be disposed of at your ovn price.
We expect to have this sale in about
ten days, ao keep your eyes on the
Itoseburg pajx-rs as this will tie a rare
oportiinity to secure tho best instru
ment at a low figure.
Eu.i-it PlAXO Hoi'SK,
D. S. T. West, having accepted bc-verul
ou ami reiimiie iirsiumirauoi companies;
" "w piepuren to uo a Kenerat nro in-.'
miruni-e hiiMineua loai.ro with htm. :
. .. '. .... ,
TVTOOl) WANTED ON srr..CKP
vv TION. Those 1 laving promise
woxl on subscription or w ho desire to
pay their arrears with this eomiiu dity
will please bring it in sometime this
month lfore the rains f-et. in. tf.
Notice l hcrolir clvcn that, in r.nr mxn o nl
n nnli-r the county cntirt of 1oiikI.h county,
Sliilo;..! On-Boii. jnu'le on the 4Ui liny of A ii?iifl
i.v, 1110 uniii-rH'Kiici Kuniiii ol tho etiM ol
AluiOrarlm Ixi-.mul lmnii-1 H.-njinnlil W lllaiu
Uc. minora, will, 011 the 3rl ly nt D tf.Lcr, or
tlitn-itftrr, ly iriviitp or pulilic Mle, l Itow
bur, Un-KOn, M-ll the lollowlm lU'WirilnNl ri l
ni.crty. Ik-iiiiieimi to tin? sul'l iiniiinv. low it :
he K'.SK1. ire Hi. ti:il H . 116 west. SK sk :
T 111, M S. It r, vvX, SW'j SKi hec lil,'ii ;t
M, K f wi-M, nil l'lnff nitimnxl 111 Jo-4 hiiie
county, Orriion, cuiilaiiiini; lbj arri-a, moru or
Aii narlU'irlalmiliK ulnwlv lo Hipm lniirtn.
will lilt wilil rUiinn with the uniliirlKn--d lx
'ore Iho iiril dy ol CcUilr, l'.m. lJatnl tl,ii
'iii't dy ol SrptcmlH'r. l'mi.
ai.uz KS j. i.KK,liurlln.
Notice for Publication.
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all ol Myrtlt- Cm-k, nr.-,..,.
In Hie County (Viiirt for l'.iilrl roiinU.
Stale ol t)ri-,-im.
In tin- mailer ol the ai.i;ei:..ii 1
of II. ii fioiifM-inann. nmlilttli a '
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Vou an uere!y notllied Hint H. G. ?' neniann
liat liletl hit ap!U atlon lorilie i-.tali'lahmeo
o(a lofRinit roal anit i-hute or flume ov-r land
In the Xftftofacctiou J . Tp s , as w. w. SI
rommeni'ing at a iut in the mC Ji, tp ..!
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tp JUaoutb, ranee wen, la l-omlm n.nnlv,
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be ma-leon Wnlaeuy .Nivtto'.r Mh. I-,'J- at
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and com:der. any coMjilainM f ,r .'a n;ir- or
nlje-(i"nii ther-to, an I in a'l nidM r rx-lm-.n
tlH-reiu. You arc therefore beral j n.tuivl w
tik- your romplainta lr lem.iS!M. if any you
have, or show raiiM- ahy -el at tWu-aiina
hould tioi I aUal. on ilie -Ui a:id at Im
bour herein nmiie-l.
On en on.lrr tny bund an-l the m l of the
coutt tbi and day ol tsvpli-ii'.bi r, W'i
It. R. PH IMBR jnK.
' lc;k ! ICi Count) C-'Urt.
In the rireoit t'o.irt of Ihe rai f i):e;.in.
lor liouxi.i county.
Anna L. AAia 1
Geo E. J li.wa I
A ul! Is K-,ui-.y for
a I trcm.
To tieo H. A.lk.n-n. ab--ve named .(. f.Ti lant:
In tbe name rl t:w i.Late of op j-ir, y.a are
hereby required to i.pnr an I anvatr tbe eoui-p-atnl
bieU again.l yuu in the a-mvc ent.tiet
njil awl ra-iw a ilhin jx r U lrm the oate
of 6mt pabiit at on of til DC. ir.-. ti,., cn or l
fore nl ilar ol Ovfc-bcr. l-i and ll jk-i la l to
appear and anwr ui-i co:np!lnt it.1l. J
time, for ant lhered p-ainli? will af-p'y to
aid court fr tbe nrlief di'caa.idel tn her ntc
p'.ain! aa to!in. to-wit : .r a deem of di
vorce lis.ilvinj the bond ol trainu onyexttt
inj betwieu pia4T.lirT and de'ebdau:. lor the
care and ruudy ol their mlnxt ehii inrn. Loyal
AdkiwKiand llolrrt AUkl d. and lor tu t
other and lur-.her reUef, at the coarl i.iy d-cra
lrn!Rita!notti punanei ny or.14 r of ii.n. j
X. I). Thompson, county ju'ce of Ikiucu
tonal T, Oreou. mhit b nil order i doU-d Au-u-d
.51b. 1S"'J, and lbrt?iroi Ine 6r4 pubitr.
tion Iherwl i Au;at . 1C.-. ar.d lln rta:e cf
tbe Uu: publication theee..f o.-mb-r lrl, 1'.'.
JtiHS T . t'lMi.
A'.utrney f P!ajnt:fl.
In UiCirru:tr.artof l!,j s:ale of Orrwn,
for Dour'.a. euntr.
Wtuoillt-i P. Vl--ar - 1
Harry Warren Vlc.era.
T Harrr W icrni Vicn' . u aLo .e ci.l
In the name rM the SlU of :-. 1 v,.n are i
Hereby renirt-I to a-fv-ar an.1 anaer the r tn
plajnt l.lc.1 aa;i.l y id tbe a're ent.ti:2
ut an.l -ourt on or bcion-1' c-i.i tfav
tnlier. IW; aol. II loa la:l taimv-ir an I an
weraai-t rowi'ltiul atlnt r-i. a a'urv ?at.
aol VithiD ftal.l tln. f;a:ntif wiU ftf-vy t f tLc
t'ourt for I It r-it ldMnlt in lw o...;.iai,
-wil : Kur tbe erw :n - t t:irivr
rtniart nor ex.tios ftctaireft aia:iil ai4 a
Tbia 'i almoin Is pul.litlifl ly on ler of lino.
M. Ii. lixii.n. evMiBtr of Ihi: i
cotlt,IPTa. aliirh nr!i t l l llii
it, I Mi. ac-i the Uw fiwrit, .1 ben-).r. I r
the fi'iblieatl'in cl lUit .-ito ui is mit-e a vot k !
for tx eonrrotiT irti r-rr.'.ll is aai4 Wit
da jr of t(. lo r. I i. ar.il in.-.!,- of l h- f.mt
pubiteati-m of tUU iiainon. .'Wh daj n!
Aurr.t n. Ik i HiKicit
aiVoC Aitorner t-u Plalufiff.
In the ftmilt f.mrt of Ihv Slat
for the count, ol Hoiirl
In tbe mattr ef tte apoiirati of
II. J. M U.-.14
t niti-ti-r Ibi- till- ! th.- In 1 in tai. i
"ration cle'rihi.. t. ail: 1 i:r lntrtiu
al rl haJf of 9u!bwi niaiter an. I
uih-i quarter of tirtb-.ac. t quarter N
ol t-oon tao. ant ini'-tiiiai eavi tiail ( (
.mth'a.t quarter e" !in a. tp A- s, K
tr.t W . M . against
t liarU W. J..l.non
an4 all a hMn it ma .iic.-rti,1rf -n Inn:. )
T'l luiln JobiiB'. aU'l t.i all a li-nn It
way ri'invrn. t(ci:'l.n':
ii tiik n tMtr me Trn if oi:e
.S. yo'i are lirreie ri-'i-nrl te ajp--.ir anl
ioi.it tin- apphi-Mtlon tl'-l hen-in on the i"ih
da. of Jnlr A. I. 1-'J a ithm ten lat irnm lh
ilate of thf rr ii-i-of tin .litiitn. n np.a vn-i,
II arrve-l a it Inn ibl. '.inni :or f k r.e-l a . tii
io any other t duty ol tl.l Mat , tln'n a i'.Um
lacii-v ilay from the t.v it tli -ri.-e of lh.
.iinmiin. up-Hi you: aul if yoii I nl so to an.
wer. fr want thi'ref. ih-atiit-.'ivin aiH be
taken a ron'.--!..!)'! a iletnt- a ill be uli-r-iil
arronl.ne to tlie prityr of tie api'-ii-ntton
ami yMi all! I foreier Inr -.! f oni di.itiiiK
W iiiii . mx limij a0 the el of .anl imiit
t'or th 17lh ! oi S'lilfuln't, A. I. M;
' l. K tH IMIiKiMiK,
ASTKD Initiuiliatt-ly, 10,000
IKitiiex hy eastern lioiut-s(fk-en
who desire tn mn-li se di-rrt-t
- from oii.'r, ramlu-s
fann.", improved and Hnim;rovei laiuli
and city pni-rty. Write :t you've any
thing to well. -Adilrt"",
ja THUS. H. HCAXTLIN.
fOLR DAYS Of GRAND
Team Pulling Contests
---7 For $150 Prices
Shooting Tournament, Log Sawing Contest, Tug
of War, Baby Show, I'rizes for Stock: Poultry, etc.
IVic for Horse Race, $150.00
Music by Fourth Regiment and Other Bands
REMEMBER THE DATE
Atlilrc.:s all Communications to
Another Bi Trus
The Pommer Eilet Music Company of San Fraucisco aud the Eiler
Mu3ic House, of Portland, have consolidatsd for the purpose of monopolizing
the music business of the coast. They are strongly opposed to retail dealers
making purchases of any other firm than themselves, and because we have
found it to the advantage of our trade to buy our pianos and organs direct from
the factory, they have been mating a vain attempt to injure us.
By buying direct from the factory we are enabled to cut off the percent
age which the Eilers are anxious to secure by their would-be monopoly, and
we will give our customers the full benefit of this saving. The reduction in
our prices since making
sec our new goods.
gT. K. RICHARDSON MUSIC HOUSE 3
j: " Roseburg, Oregon.
Q.EOIWE M. BROWS, " '
Q V F1SUEE, M. D,
OiEce over P. O. UoseBLao,
'Phone Main 591. Uuoox.
Qtt.UEO. E. HOUCK,
Physcian & Surgeon.
oBit Her lew 8;l.
fbona. Maiu U
PHYSICIAN ANI SCRGEON. -Roaancsa
Special atteaiioa m'rt ta Dlae
et Um Som
mm l amak.
Otr.ce Maia SL. on- door analkol Ci
hhoua. Mala Ml.
p W 1IAYNE-S,
ariew Suil lln,
tciepaooe 5o. i.
wmin.;l RiHBrRG OR!
A U. CRAWfO&D,
Attorney at Law,
Kootaa 1 t, HaxMra Hit.. 06XB0Ka, OK
7 Boaiora. before ta. V a Laa4 0Seaa4
iutc( caa a tpeaaity.
Lata Reorlrer 0. S. Laa4 0Ae
John h. shcfe,
attornk y-at-la w,
Buataoi. before C- S. Land OSkaal Probst.
OtB Abraham BaiUUnc '
J U FI LLERIUN
rt if xnl- la all tbe bate and Fedanl CoarU
Oftce In La.-ka' Ri !-, Koactent. Orecon.
1 JMMODORK S. JACKSON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
M;mtig Law and Water Right made
a aj laity.
onia 1 and J
view BuiMlmr. ROSKBCKW.OaKWH
J A. BUCHANAN, NaUry Public.
Collections a Specialty.
an ten Bu Mluf .
Attorney at Law.
TmtI ii-. Wiliwii Bluck IvfWBC HQ JUM
A. Il.tRAT. Cl.SCHUtltl
gF.HLP.RKDF. & GRAY,
rraetk-e In aU ol the eotnt. ot the late, aiao
tlore the U. Laal dejortmenu
Taj '.or llaoa Btork,
VaI.k Piihlic til nffic
l'h.ini Main JS . R0SKBCK.0. ORE.
our new arrangements will
. v v
Ify-iwant U g-) t- C t'ounty '.
jxints, tate the Ilosebur , JIar-iifleld :
route, spring backs h-ava PorvL-drg
every day at A. M. Iu juire of C. P.
INSURANCE AT C05T.
II '-ad OiBce, 51:5l.nnT:t;-, Or. f-a
Anit.cf insurance ia frce, til,' tu.'O.CO
et gain in one year,
Savins its members I vr., .),'
Number separate risks,
A. J. Buchanan,
Rodeburg, Oreg-m. Agt. for Douglas Co
UMIVER5ITY OF OREGOi
The first Semester, session 1002-5, opens Wednesday
September 17th. The following' schools and Colleges are
comprised in the University. Graduate Sdiord fY.lVo rf
I Literature, Science aud Art?, College of Science and En
Igineenng, Umversxty Academy, School cf .Music, School
Tuition free, excepting
ana .Music. Jneidenttal fe
2.50 per year. Cost of
For catalogue, address
3 l7 P
SIFA'PR'fs RAk'PDV JsctKio i,.,t.
WK ARE STILL IN TIIK I.EAI WITH OI K
Fine Cream and Homemad B read
We came to Ro-Nir2 to !.:v, and if we cot as lit il a jtre of
the trade iu the future ia thv jst?t, -ie wi;i t !,crp a l.-.r t!a,e yet.
Join in the procession wil cost ivrs eua W" Hra con
tinually paaiug ia and tU of 1 ur -i.iv.
THE BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES.
:: J. SIEVERS, Proprietor 5
- ; ' . Vc .
PARK AND WASHINGTON. PORTLAND OREGON
Tlie school where thoronsrh work is doze; where the rc-sm !j
always given; where confidence is developed; where hvohkecr;-.;:
is taught exactly as books are kept
made easy ; where penmanship is at its best ; where hur.:-t:ti
brokkecpers and stenocrraphers have been elr.c-:c ! f r m-.ct-
life: where tVvusands mere will be. 0;?.i r!! t' c yc:r. C..
c "A. p. Ar,:.:sTP.ONG. ll. d.. p.-:;:; .
A CAR LOAD
Also a car load HisniT am! 31ilfhcll Duzv. Surms
of the famous . ,", . . .
an.! Koail raons ctibanl
If you wish comfort, elegance an a
reasonable price, see us before buying
J. P. Barker &
H H? &&bt&fb&&k'Sb
"What everybody says
must be so."
THE NEW TRLBY
Are the two P.KST HKATKRS ever
S. K. SYKES, Hardware.
surprise you. Call and
. t g
IT HELPS YOU
t keep your u.i:i ! clear and fresh for,
th'.- -iaiiy LiL-Ioe-- pr. ;cn.-! if yvx cjl
bnra 1 U-ti.-lit at Xiif
(.:.' brvad t.a le lrju; the
ti -ar. aa 1 i a!ar
FRESH AND CLEAN
Nc l'ifii..- c;,;., Nr:h Jockoa ?tr.
in school of Law, Medicine
living from $100.00 to 520000
. Eugene, Oregon
. , .... r...
ia business ; whs
V . I M
nnwimrg, ure. v i, v, 1 ieat the City Ila .
Etand,, etc, A. .Mc Cam.; Her, ( '
JYl. S. WALLIS, Secretary.
VLS,jz is : : w v.-n n n : - :. s' ; a ..s :t5i' v S