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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1902)
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Advertising Rates on Application.
NOVEMBER 10, 1902
GIVE THE GLAD HAND.
During the ast three month several
enterprises have started or proposed
starting in this city ; and in every case
the men engaged in the enterprises, or
who proposed to start an enterprise,
have been met with a spirit of ultra
conservatism. Mavlte it would lie lxst
to call it mossltackism.
Xowweare aware that all the old
settlers and business men, of Roseburg,
are well fixed financially, and many are
scourged with money or lands that they
cain not enjoy ; and any man having more
wealth than he can enjoy is scourged
and is a scourge to the commnuity in
wiucn ne lives necause tnat- man s mi
serly, picaunish manner of dealing with
public affairs reflects upon his own na
ture and he is a dead man to all public
enterprise and a millstone about the
neck of men who would push forward the
city's true interests. It costs but vry
little to meet a stranger and speak
kindly to him and make him feel that
no pent np Utica conrtrols the town
Then if he starts any enterprise that
yon- are not familiar with or any busi
ness that you know nothing about, do
not discourage or censure him for so do
ing, for if he should make a success in
spite of all the cold water poured upon
liim you will feel vonrself to be a fool if
you are a man and not a dummy.
Rotburg needs today men who will
assist in pushing forward every enter
prise having a tendency ta build up the
city, and the talk that t tie tewn is bi
enough, or that there are people enough,
is the veriest kind of rot. If it was a cer
tainty that the 'town liad attained its
growth the value of real estate would
tumble until tlmse three and fonr thou
sand dollar lots would go begging at eo
many hundreds. It is jeople constantly
coming In and settling that enhances
the value of real estata, and changes
farm lands into town lots.
Then there are otlier'ways to discour.
age enterprise and settlement, and one
its to attempt to graft every man who
comes among ns. There are some in
every town who would not know how to
live if it was not by bleeding men who
earned their money by honest lalwr,
fanning them with soft words or a hot.
blast jnst in order to suck blood ..like a
vampire when its victim is asleep.
Insiead of such practices and discour
aging features how much better it would
be for Roseburg to organize a citizens'
club, or resurrect the loard of trade or
chamber of commerce and invite every
stranger who conies to the city to the
rooms of the organization and make him
feel perfectly at home from the start
and.extend to every worthy man the
warm hand of American citizenship.
It is now in order for Messrs
Fisher, Sheridan and McBroom, of
Idahi formerly Democratic politi
cians of tbis county, to migrate to
Missouri or Texas. A lata dispatch
from Boise eays: The results of the
Tuesday landslide coDtinne to come
in. , It is now known that the ma
jority for the Republican state ticket
will reach close to 7000, while French,
for Congress, may haye 8500. In
the Legislature the Republicans wilj
have at least 50 on joint ballot onl
of a total of 67. It has been deter
mined to hold a great Republican
jubilee here oo Wednesday. Novem
ber 12. The leading Republicans ol
the state are expected to be present,
There will be addresses in three halls
A torch light parade will be a feature
o! the evening. Special rates are
hoped for on the railways.
Ynderdate of Oct 28th, General
Immigration Agent McKinney writes
from Cbicsgo: "The Oregon Ex
hibit which we had at the Peoria
Corn Carnival is now in onr office,
csmpoaed as joa are aware of agri
cultural products and fruits from
the Grande Ronde Valley, Linn and
Washington counties, Oregon. , We
have at ranged shelves along the
Eoutn wan of oar omce. ana bive
placed tbis last named exhibition
thereou; the apples in the windo
attract people into the office and
when they get inside, they view the
other exhibits. It would amply re
pay the sender of these exhibits if
they were here bnt one day, to hear
the expressions t wonder and de
light which the exhibits calls forth
from the crowds now in, onr office.'
Mr. Kelly had his redeeming qual i-
tiea. The first of the week one of
the town urchins entered the office
and being asked what we could do
for him said: "I want to. see Mr.
Kelly." Upon being told that Mr.
Kelly had sold and had left town,
the little boy began to cry. Upon
being further interrogated he le
plied, "When Mr. Kelly was here he
need to give me a bottle whenever I
came in." Drain Nonpariel.
The wMdford Success" is the latest
candidate for public favor in the
Southern Oregon newspaper field
The liret number was issued last
week and coo-i-ifs of six pages of
four colotum e icb. . It is newsy
and neat typographically and will be
issued twite a week. May it prove
all its name implies.
Its a strange coincident that the
'irrigation" and "bar"' association
should meet in Portland at one and
Jbe eame time, Nov. 18 to 22-
HEREFORD CATTLE FOR OREGON
In conversation with County Commis
sioner Xichols, who owns a ranch near
Riddle, we learned that he has several
head of purebred Hereford bulls on his
ranch and that he has a far greater de
mand for white-faced cattle than any
grade or breed he has on the place;
and he also said that whenever he sold
cattle to purchasers to be shipped east
ward lor fattening or feeding purposes,
that the Hereford grade cattle were the
very first selected. His experience is
the experience of all cattle raisers on
the grazing land of Texas, Xew Mexico,
Oklahoma, Colorado and Kansas; and
as we are perfectly familiar- with the
rattle business in that territory we
state: Fifteen vears afro on every range
except the J A and J J braiuTs, that the
cattle were like Jacob's kine and were in
appearance a job lot. When sent "to
market for feeders they were sorted by
the commission men at Kansas City, St.
Ixmis and Chicago and sold on their
color. About that time several-pi omi
nent cattle' raisers commenced to intro
duce into their herds purebred regis
tered Hereford bulls from the herds of
the prominent breeders in the Xorth,
and in a few years the cattle going to
market were grade Herefords, which
were snapped up like hot cakes by
the cattle feeders' of Kansas, Mis
souri and Iowa. We know tlwt such
cattle today in Kansas City and Chicago
sell for a better price for feeding pur
poses than any other breed of cattle ;
and if our readers will pardon us for
wandering from the direct point, we le
sire to state: In England on the grass
lands and meadows of Herefordshire on
the banks of the Tay and Wye we have
seen Hereford Lulls weighing from 3,000
to 3,250 itounds, and many cows weighing,
from 2,250 to 2,500 pounds. In fact, at
one time on our breeding ranch, near
Amarillo, Texas, we had three imported
cows each of which weighed, when
shipped from England, over 2,300
pounds. They were registered under
the names of Camilla, Mis. 1 1 art in g ton
3rd, and Bessie 3rd, and were from
England's most noted breeders. Any
one having the American Hereford As
sociation books can readilv verifv the
statement. We owned also a herd of
purebred Shorthorn cattle, and know
all the traits of the two breeds, and will
here state, that for an all purpose cow,
on a small farm, where the cow is ex
pected to raise her calf and at the same
time furnish the family with milk and
butter, we think that the Shorthorn or
Durham cow is the best; bnt for a
purely beef breed of cattle to be raised
on the range as an industry for profit,
we believe that the Hereford cattle will
give better result than any known
breed. The great difference between
Hereford and Shorthorn cattle on the
range is: When feeding time comes, in
winter, the Shorhorn cattle will not
leave the barns', she is or feed lots and
will almost starve to death in a shel
tered spot rather than rnstfetfor food.
On the contrary, Hereford cattle, jnst as
soon as the feed in the lot is cleaned np,
will go direct to the pasture ami rustle
for themselves. In feeding from one to
two hundred head of cows, through
winter storms and blizzards for the past
twelve years, we fonnd out that Short
horn cattle reqnired three times as
ninch feed as Hereford cattle during the
winter months, and in spring when
grass rose the Hereford cattle would be
in" far better condition than the Short
horns. With the Hereford breed there
is a steady growth in the calves and
rapid maturity. About five years ago,
W. S. VanXatta and Sn, of Fowler,
Indiana, purchased 2G car loads of long
yearling Hereford steers from a breeder
in the Texas Panhandle. Thvse steers
were range bred and raisednever hav
ing been in a pen except to be branded,
up to the time of shipment. ' The writer
accompanied the cattle to Fowler, Ind.,
and knew they were iarned on corn
stubble and blue grass pastnre for the
winter, and in spring they were run on
blue grass where they continued until
late summer or lall. wiien they were
placed in the feed lots, and when
shipped to Chicago to market they
weighed from 1,500 to 1,50 each, and
were then from 30 to 33 months old
Every shipment to the Chicago market
except the last four cars, topped the
market in price for fat cattle and were
bought for export. We could go on and
give a score of just such instances. Xow
we are willing to admit that Shorthorn
cattle may be slightly larger in size, bnt
the trouble is after they have once
lost the calf fat they receive such
backset that a Hereford steer at two or
three years old, with the same care, is
much more matured. For profit in the
cattle business, early maturity must be
taken into consideration and the cattle
raiser who, in two years, can put a first
class article of "baby beef" on the mar
ket, is the man who will make money in
the cattle business in the future. For
early maturity, for rustling qnalities, for
range purposes and foi every one of the
essential 'qualities necessary to make
rapid profits, Hereford cattle have been
found to be the best on the plains and
grazing lands east of the Rocky moun
tains, and we believe, that the cattle
raisers ot Oregon would find that Here
ford cattle on onr ranges will develop
the same sterling qualities as devested
in the territory warned. -
Nebraska seems to delight in
rubbing it in on W. J. Bryan. His
home precinct went solidly . repub
lican at the last election along with
the balance of the state.
The Gazette, a new paper pub
lished at Uardiner, this county, is
at hand. It is published by 6. L
Williams, formerly of the Drain Non
pariel, and is qaite a newsy little paper.-
Success to the Gazette.
Big Red Apples,
This office is in receipt of a box of fine
large red apples from Geo. W. Staley,
assessor-elect, of Yoncalia. These at
pies are of the Baldwin variety, are er
feet in color and flavor and entirely free
of blemish beauties to lichnld. Mr.
Staley is evidently an orchardist who'
thoroughly . uaderstands his business
and it has been practically demonstrated
that there is no more profitable branch
of this industry than winter apples
raising for which this country is so well
NEW BOHEMIA RAILROAD
Two 'Trains' Are Running Dally to
Bedrock Work Being
Cottage Grove, Xov. 7. The new
railroad to connect this city with the
JxMiemia mining district, is slowly but
surely pushing its way along. Two
daily trains are regularly run to Red-
rock, 10 miles distant. The passenger
traffic is steadily increasing, and the
freight bm iness is all that can bo ex
pected. About six miles more of grade
is nearly completed and tracklaying
will le commenced Monday next and
pnsiiea steuniiy lorwara until com
pleted to the red bridge, a distance of
1(5 miles from town.
A BRANCH 1.1 XK.
A branch line is being built to Mosby
creek into the lug limber district to
connect the logging camps with Ixmg &
Riiigham'fl sawmill here, and over a
mile is now in ojeration, with train
loads of logs arriving daily. The gen
era! manager ol the new roail has gone
East to arrange for more cars and pass
enger oviches. A new detot is soon
to be built at the intersection of the
main line and the Moltsy Creek branch,
to be known as Waldon Station, alwtit
three miles from here.
The second engine, which recently
arrived, is actively at work on con
st ruction and tills the requirement
fully. The finishing touches are now
l : . ii .i
ucing i'ui upon tiie rouniinouse in me
corporation yard for housing the en
gines. .New and commodious quarters
have leen fitted up and are now accn
pied as the office of the company in the
east end of the bi-j freight house on t-he
"Heavy Shipment of Hofs."
''Last Monday was day''
Medford, irt other words 75,000 .omuls
of hogs were exchanged for coin of the
realm at 5-,'4' cents a nund, prolwblv
the biggest price ever paid for live
jtorkers in Southern Oregon.
They were weighed on Hubbard P.ros.,
scales and averaged ah ut 200 pounds
each. J. W. Wiley, Gors it Wortiuan
and C- C. Raesdale purchased them
from the following parties:
Adolph SchulU, 43 head ; S Van Dyke,
47 head; J. S. Ownes, 12 head; W. H.
Stewart, 9 head ; J. Schafter, 44 head ;
R.A.Clark IS head: W. R. Smith,
lOj head; ui. A. Stewart, 3 head;
F. Peil, 22 head ; J. W. Clark, 5 head :
J. Patterson, 12 head : J. Roardmaii. 23
head; A. Weeks, K. head; O. Bursell,
17 head; Totals head.
Faur thousand dollars were paid for
them, a little more thau $10 a piece.
They will be shipped to San Francisco
and occupy eight cars. This is more
evidence of the fact that nothing pavs
better than raising swine.
A Lane County Pioneer Dead.
Robert Pillard, a well known and
highly esteemed Jjuie county pioneer,
died at his farm home two miles north
of Cottage "Grove. Satnrdav. X&v. S.l'.W-i.
agedC7 years, 3 months and days,
He was a native of Misiuri, and crossed
the plains with his father and mother in
1S53 ami located in Lane county where
lie reniauW; until his death. He wis
married Jnne 23, 1X7$, to Miss Mary
England, who survives him. lie Bnitcd
with the Pro-bvterian chureh in 170
and has been a prominent an 1 cum-nt-ent
member .f the church ever since
that tinie. His fault were not great
faults, and withal he was a genial, gen
erous hearted enth-inan, a good neigh
lor, kind husband and a man who will
le grvatly missed in toe conimuuity in
which he has so long resided. He. was
closely related to the Pill.irds for whom
tle station eight -miles south of Ross
burg Was' named, and was a cousin ol
onr tow nsmen F.-L. and Finas Pillard.
The funeral service a' held at tile
Presbyterian church at Cottage Grove
Sunday morning. Rev. L. I. li ck, pas
tor of the chnreh, preaching the funeral
sermon. At the conc'usion of, the ser
vice the remains were taken to the
Shieldscemetery for interment, followed
by a large concourse of sorrow ing rela
tives and friends.
Klamathon is No More.
The town of Klamathon on the South
ern Pacific in Northern California w ill
soon he num bered among the things that
were. Recently the town was almost
wiped out by a big fire. And now the
Southern Pacific station at that place
has been discontinued and the agent, J.
W. Gilmour, his been ordered to ..move
his office and Wells, Fargo & Co. 'a ex
press office to Laird, a new station two
miles this side of Klamathon, at the
point from which a railroad is being '
built up the Klamath river into Klam
Myrtle Creek Items.
Mr, Alice Cotton is resting easier the
past few days.
Hon. Dexter Rice and wife, were visit
ing friends here on Sunday."
Development work is steadily pro
ceedinx in the Little Chieftain Mine?.
Everybody come out to the social
Friday evening and have a good time,
- Rev. Lro. Zimmerman, of Canyon
ville, delivered a most able sermon here
Little Mildred Kramer is fast recover
ing from the effects of her fractured
D. M. Armitago in on the sick list
haying been kept in doors for the past
week with an attack of pleurisy.
CHCRCH SOCIAL AT MYBTLE CHEEK.
.... t .
An entertainment will he iven 111
"Weaver Hall" on F'riday evening, the
14th innt., by the Presbyterian church
at Myrtle Creek.-- Admission ten cents,
children free. Liuht refreshments will
be served at an additional cost of ten
cents. A good program is being pre
pared and an enjoyable social time is ex
Wyck Easter Married.
Wyck I-'aster, formerly of Ashland
and well remembered as a star foitball
layer i.tthe normal, but now a resident
of New Pine creek. Lake county, was
married Oct. 20, to Miss Belva Mulkey,
of Willow Ranch, Modoc county. Ash
Subscribe for the Plaimjealkk.
Roseburg, 5 Drain )'."'
Last Saturday afternoon "the 'football
tenpia of the Roseburg High School and
the Drain Xornwl School locked horns
on the .Gridiron, at the Pino Street
grounds," in the shappiestjgniue of foot
ball ever seen in tins cuv, and not with
standing that the High School hail the
lighter team, they won the hard fought
battle fairly and sqiiare'y, as a repres
eiitaUvos of the Plain-dealer can swear
to because ho w as where ho could .see,
m fact ho was too i-loso, and ' during his
cxcitinent was surrounded by the
swarming warriors and was unmercifully
trampled in me mud, nut all this time
he kept his eye on the ball and "seen
" ic Short carry it to the line where.
when he was tackled and fell with
the lill bandy across the line- w ith all
the players piled on top of hini,a clean
fair touch-down was made. . .
The Pram team, were the first on the
grounds and as the Rosclnirgcrs had
worked all afternoon laying the ground
they did not arrive there until about
15 minuter of three, and the Drain loys
talked seriously of elaiiniug the game on
lorieu ior ine. noij-arriVii oi their
opponents, but they were joshed so lquch
Iy the spectators that they decided to
mere was a lairiy large rn d .con
sidering the miserable weather, all en
joying the game.
Of course there was a unual .display
of "gum an I "oil"' coats. Among the
weariers w ere. Nat Curry and Sam li-t
w ho rcse-mtihsl m several details a pair
of 'Vap'' section hands, ., "Iianey"
Mathews who licver misses a game, raju
or shiluvwlio resembled a lone lisher
nmh Aj ith the exception of 'carrying i
umbrella instead of a tNi jle, 'S(Hee'
Kaiiip-kfUA there and carrwu j-h umm
real estate on hi shoes than he will
le able to pay tasns on, should ho nsll
all tho Pork in Douglas county-
Promptly at three o'clock the referi;P
whistle blew and Roeburg who held
the north goal, sent the pig-skin rlyin
into 'Drain's - territory where it was
caught and quickley carried forward
Altera run ol 20 vards the lialt was
dow ned for the first line np and buck
Here it was show n that the Orange and
'.lack were to Ite daugerous cometitor8
fi r the days honors as they easily held
their own, bnt on account-of the weight
of the Red and White, the ' ball was
gradually pnshed toward the north goal,
Several tiin-s the baTl changed hands,
each time being carried forward by fhe
team, having the ball in-i-l.iv. It was
plainly seen that Drain dei-ndI ' en
tirely on, Whipple their bhj full back
and I Iedgepath their left guard for all
their plavs, in lact tune aiter litne
Whipple would call their plays when
quarter lack -Wiinlterly would make
mistakes. After 20 minute play the
ball was fare! within six vards of- the
Orange and T.Iack gral it being Ir.in!
ball. Then Wimbe rly sent theball
round Roebiira"s left cud in charge of
.halfback Hcdgepath who had broken
the line and was headed for the glial
when Fraley the RoseburV cndp-f'pped
him. Hedirepath fumblel the ball, and
"Vie" Short was on it in a s-eond,
saving the game with the IjciH within
two yards of tin' Roselurg goal. After
that Roseburg forced the lull Itjards
from their line w hen time was called.
Time of half 25 minutef.' , '
lu the .-second half' after twelve
mil. lit of hard play, lloseburg sue
reIfl in making their totu-h down, ami
Ra in )i kicked f(Jr tlie C'.al.
.Sitire Ki.sebiir-' 5 Drain" fl.:;The
next ei'ht ininuti-s wa sjient in hard
I day the lall leinfr-iiuiftly in iroscliiirj j
territory, but neither er able to -tiro. '
F'llovin)j ii the line.tip ef the teTuis:
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R.-foree, Irvhij; tiilwon, Fnipire, Prof
Vollciiir. V. Short, Patnp and
llanuari did most of the (.hiring for the
Rebnri team and mav lie termed the
stara of the Koisebiirjj team.
In the evetiiiisr the Koscburff High
Si-bool tendered a recci4ion to the Xor
mal Schojl football team, and their
friend,' at tin? residence of Mose,
Parrot t. A general good time was' en
joyed, there I K'i 11 1; alHut .100 students
and their friends, in attendance.'
Fred Meinzer and son are erecting a
fine new dwelling.
C. E. Gad-lin, of Roseburg made a
short business trip here last Saturday.
Mr. Kruse oi the Yoncalia shingle
mill ha leen sick the past few days,
but is now rapidly improving.
G. W. Staley hi shipping 100 Iioxcm of
prime Baldwin apples to Marysville,
Calif., for CP. Dev. .re.
The output of ' prunes . for. Yoncalia
this year will be alxnit 7 carloads, of ap
ples about"-!' carloads, "tn ' addition' to
tliesc a!xul 7 carloads of bay will be
shipped. ' '-
John Andrews, the'iiged pioneer, it is
feared is slowly neariug the'end. With
deep sorrow we regret 'to say' lie is not
expected to live. Mr. Andrews is 81
years of age, came to Oregon n ISIS
and has resided -near' Yoncalia since
During the last 0 months many East
em jieople have conio to Yoncalia to
live. Never lefore in the history of the
town have so many timler and home
stead claims been taken. Wo are
proud of out valley and believe it will :
compare well with the very lest. in
. Pay Up.
All those knowing IhcniEclves in
debted to F. F. Patterson for laundry
work up to Xov. 1, l'.W2, will please .call
at the ollice ol Attorney Frank G. Mi-
celli, Review R.iilding, and settle ut
one. F. 1. Pattei'.son.
For harness, or anything in the har
ness line call on F. Ixmg & Sons near
he depot. Repairing a specialty" v
Governor Geer Issues His Proclama
tion, Setting November
27, as the Time. .
Salem, Xov. 7. Governor Geer issued
his proclamation yesterday for tho ob
servance of Thanksgiving day. In ac
cordance with the proclamation of the
President, Thursday, November 27, is
the. appointed day. One paragraph, in
which he refers to blessings of the pco
pie of Oregon, says:
"Tho eople of Oregon have many
reasons to be thankiul. Tho recurring
seasons have brought their abundant
harvests; no epidemics have visited
them ; labor has been employed in hlf
lines of business at an advanced rate of
remuneration ; tho state schools have
been lilierally patronized and siipjiortcd,
wnne intelligence nnn prosperity go
hand in hand, rapidly pushing our coin
mon wealth to tho forefront among the
older states of the Knion."
High School Notes.
The football teams of Oakland and
Roseburg high school met at Oakland
and the high school was defeated by a
score of 10 to 0 ; Isith touchdowns being
made in the second half of the game
During the first half the' high schoo
proved itself much suicrior in team
work as it was much the light'
managed to keep the ball entire
Oakland's territory and the first half
ended with the ball near Oakland's
twenty-five yard liiie. In the second
half Oakland, by a'scries of line bncks
and end runs, forced the lull across'
Roseburg's goal line for two touchdowns
I lit failed to kirk the goal for the firs!
and a punt out after the second touch
down failed. Roseburg's boys could
not stand the line pluugts of their
heavy opponents for any length of time
and were forced to take defeat. How
ever, they are not discouraged and will
play the following games on the dates
mentioned: Ashland Xormal, Nov. 12 ;C
M. A. of Cottage Grove, Xov. 27; Eu
gene hi.di school, Xov. 2!l. Return
games are to ) played with Ashland
and Drain and as several more games
are being negotiated for, the boys ex
ect to I keep busy.
The class of '03 met in " the school
building Xov. 3, and the following of
ficers were elected : President, Katha
ryn Fnllerton ; vice pres. Tliomas Tow n
send ; Sec. Floyd Ramp ; Treas. Ella
I'lack. Senior class are "as follows:
Ressie Kidder, Floyd Ramp. Katharyn
Fnllerton, Gertrude Rust, Thomas
Tow nscnd, Lillian Stanton, Ella P.lack.
The high school now number forty
eight stndents, the first year class be
ing much the larger.
Harry E. White, cuirinteiideiit f
the whools of Iriiicctn, Minn , was a
recent visitor. He was away from his
work on leave of absence for ten days. .
Meet of the iuilsj w ho have entered
school diiritij! the last two or three
week? are recently from other ttat-s.
California, Washinctun, Idaho, Minne
pota, Wisconsin, Michigan, F.wa. Ne
braska and Oklohonia are rcpn-eiitl
The per cent of attendance was lower- t
el somewhat last inontli by the district
fair. Exceiilina that one wt-k the at-i
tendance was verv go.l.
Uirwtum Wmdley and Stron,: visiuil
wnne rKin i me no: mis eeK.
B'BnrBi h hool Rrrsmr.
Below i- a rvrt of the public si.-ho.jl
for the month ending tVt. 31, Pr.';
: 5 "2"
- "". 1
. . , . i 5
Miss Burrow. . 4 44
Miss Hargrove' :W ?A r.7'".
MisM Pa vers ' 4 4 N
Mi-sMo'weryJ -V .Vt ?
Miss Stewart.' 44 713
M is Simmon- 4S 47 7M'
Miss Clark... 4t i;74
Miss Cook 57 ,V S-l
Mi- Aldrieh.. 4i 4) 71'i
Miss Iierstiue ; 4" 4'.l 7.'
Hiiih irh..l... 4S 4S 7i
VJi ."iO.! !.2 !.
The following were neither alisent ivr
tanly and did not fall U-Iow ! in de
triment, n-r SO in scholership:
Min P.urrows r.m Nellie Hamlin.
Florence Kohlhagen, P-arl Patrick.
Mis.- Hargrove's r.w.m Charle Stan
Un, James Wright, Gleu Carmony,
Iuis Colvin, Thco Bomr, Vesta Kruse,
Edna Jones, Velma " Lewis, Willie
Holmes, Woodiey Stephenson, Jessie
Miss Lever's r..in Nora Corden,
A.la Ryan, Inns, Clemen's, Clarence
tiilder. Rayce Jones, Johnnie Parks.
Guy Clvin, Dale Cofihow, Clara Mur
phy. M'ss Mowery's room John Mitchell,
Virgil Hamlin, Jennie Wharton, Ressie
Carlon, Ada Thomas, A ileen, Tow nsend,
Dorothy DuGas, Czcrney, Hasting-i,
Iran Woolley, Eva P.atey, Hazel Erix
011. Miss Stewart's room Grace DuGas,
I.ela Dimmick, Adelaid Wollenberg,
Eva P.ra, Percy Fletcher, He en Car.1
welli Andrew Mathews, Jiie Writrht.
Miss Simmons' r-m Malnd t'lem-
cuts. Helen Hamilton, Eva Thorn,
Olive I-amson, I-el.md llowitt, Kuther
iu McDanial, Ruth Woolley, Elva
Ratey, Ira Givrdinan, Mary IIols..u,
Eva Lenox, Alice Martin, Elsie Norton,
Miss Clark's room Florence Kidd,
Alvin Tipton, Hawd Carlon, (iny Cor
don, Perry Seitier, Janus Porter, Fred
Miss C.H.k'8 room Audrey Riidges,
Christine Fraley, Ruth Rarzee, Waitie
Joiies, Etta Dillard, Allic P.lack, Fnsl
Champaiine, (Jeorge Wharton, Arlie
0Vns?ort Lirlt'y Waite, Hazel Patter
son', Grace- Moore, Malinda Hess, Aline
Norton, Mabel Norton, Fraukie P.rown,
Ilszel Coshow, Delia McCarty, Florence
Cannon, Jennie Sl.M-kwell, Ray I'.urton,
Miss Aldrieh h room tred Dillai-.l,
Ilrjss' 'Townsend, Alice Lnmson, Lucy
Rridges, Rruce P.ri iges, Maude Cline.
Miss llerstine's rooni-pHnlineTlioinp-son,
Fre.1 Criteser, Rose Presehern,
George Sheridan, John Rai-t, Jack
Wharton, i race P.oj le, Edith Patter
son, Walter Fisher, Walter Darxee,
High Schivd Kate Fiillerton. (ier
ttude Rast, Lillian Stanton, Hazel
Jewett, Alice Malm, Hat tin Brown,
MalK-1 lM.nard, Merta Rales, Iva Cur
rier, Horton Huntington, Nellie Xegley,
Vera Phipps, Olivia Risley, Harry Ty
son, Birdie Tipton, ,
County Court Orders.
Resignation of Geo. Eliff, road sujier-
visor of road district Xo. 10, accepted.
Petition received from II. Mooncy and
others asking forappointment of viewers
to locate a county road from a ioint
neir the corner of sec 30, 1p2ls, r4
west, to a point 1 70 paces north of the
bridge on tho county road at tho McGce
place, near Anlauf. Court apointed J.
II. Mum power, J. M. Burnett and J. W.
Spaulding, all of Drain, as viewers to
meet the county surveyor at Anlauf,
Nov. 21, l!M)2, and locate' said road.
Road from Riddle to lyrtle Creek
asked for in jctilion of Edwin Weaver
ai d others was reiiorted unfavorable by
the viewers. Ordered that petitioners
If y oncVftalf cost of viewing.
Road from Riddle to a iut near
cf rners of sees 5, fi, 7 and 8, tp 30 s, r 5
w.?st,as asked for in petition of J. I'.
Riddle'und others, reported unfavorable
by viewers. Ordered that jietitioners
my one-naif cost of view ing.
Petition received from Juo. Kggers
and 2'i others asking fr apointnient of
viewers tf locate a road, 40 feet wide,
from the ne corner of M. F. Howard's
p verty, in Dillard, to a point where
the east and west dividing line, between
ws .1) and 2, tp 2! s, i 7 west, inter-
sift" the I'pjkt Olulla riKid. Court ap-
j imiiikmj. r. .Mathews, John i
Q1'1'' ' S' ''fr'" viewers to m
surveyor at Dillanl, Xov. 21, l
Piuted J. F. Mathews, John Spaugh
l-ate said road.
Sum of ?H ordered reduce I from the
assessment of taxes of Mrs. A. W. Cotton
lewcr retried favorable on ti e
trail from Dadd Cnrk, u -ar d-mlale, to
Coos and l"iit:!a o.iii.tv lii.c, and said
t"ad was ordered cined.
Petition of J. F. Tcinj liu and others
asking f..r an allowance of f.j.fs) r
month fr Young Sitm was graded after
a a investigation ,y the court.
Petition received from J. W. Hartin
and 2J others, asking that the allowance
of Douglas Kim-ai 1. of Looking Glass,
te rai.s-d from to $ 15. Allowance
ordered raised to f 10 er month.
A reiiiarkahle case c)m- to ii,:ht at
lhizalth. W. Ya. An old man there by
taiue of G. V. i:.derti 1 al long suffer
ed with incurable cancer. F.verybly
l-!ievii his cas hn-lii until he nI
Llvtri Litter and ajj.!ied pJicklen's
Arrn:ll- S:ltviv Tli lriiitmint l.irrk 4
completely. Xor rverylxaly ho iuo s
tf it i investigating Electric Litters. It
xert? a tuiirhty oer to cxid bi!Uus-!t-ssv
Ki lney and Liver troubles ami it's
n uixidt-rful tonie f.r run down ? vstems.
;Iontt f.til to trv it. Onlv -0c.
I Satisfaction j'lararitc-d by A. C.
j ter.t Co. Drtif.-ist.
ivi iiers of farms, stock ranche, ti j-'x-r
lands if ale within ten mile of
.he proposed line id tiie Great Central
Railroad to ronvsjxtnd with
J. J. H'altkb,
i (."hinuation At., IIis"b:irf Or.
j The !indv har!-r law i- U iuz vi. -
j 'to! in this city, and I 1 ill Uke tW
; r" "
j liiTvaiW. F. II. WoopBrrr.
old iron is valuable. Save it. will
j mv itSrUs A CiiTnjlL
Notice for Publication.
T:i'IM M! Land Ctr..
j irx, m-fon.s-pt i, l.Oi.
1 wiin tir prT:o--n : lie a-t M uigrss vt
j June :.e::I-.it "An a-i f-r l ) ol
" Itti'i lui l. in tb- s 4 ir..:t. a." wot
.V. y .aiia ar:J a.ht:ii Tvrri aextrni
- , 1 10 a.l the p iLi.c land t act oi Auctut
'... ; . is,j.
j'' i BRSJAUIS H HI XOV.
s j t m. romiiT ol Su.n-'lnth. ol Wab-
C7 j tntfa. hrt tin dar I ;d in ikii ofike bit
" , liir Nh', oi si- tion Tp J7 S , Kang i WW
"' ! ami :i ..".. ..Wl th.lrV.l.n.1
i io..rr va-aaf.ie (or ii liU-r ir ua tLai
hr atriruitural poT. and lo nitUuk hit
lai:a b-I'-rc u. KrcK'.rr aad Kvrrivcr oi Una
t4 1 on t n.ljr tho -m iUj nl Jnn-T, ljt. iTc
I rin. p. a I n Marr 1. l-xoo ol 1H.,
lih., II K. shift., ol ti.at'.iii. h, Fraua
K iBu n. Il.ny ll::l-Mn' k.wbura. orre-'O.
Ant ai1 ail pr. r irain adrtariy tha
.rribrl ;ands an rr) anted v SI
dy o( !. l-s J.T. 1$K Ileitis
nU'p . itc(itrr.
Notice for PuMication.
rnliedsuun i.And Ofllr..
R M.'U7K Urwuu, sept . lMJi
Notice Is hrrrl y nirm that In cnnpliaure
wilh ih ) .-vii..!i of tho ot o( t i'Ogrii ol
Jane 3. s.s.ntiTlrl "An art f r the alo l
timlier lan.! in the Statrsi..! allioniia.Oreii
Ver.la and V ahii!gti.n TerntnrT.-a5.eii.-ml-ed
to al xtt public laud ttaie bj art ol Auput
SIARY L nlXOS,
of Oo. count o( Soohoimh. sia'e of Wah-
lnstnn. liKitiin taj tiled Id this o9ir her
.worn slat.. nent N. -.4 ir the pt.r.hiie ol
the N'4.f.-ertlu A. Tp IT S, K. 3 el
and will o!:'er prwf to how that the land aorcicht
U more vahiaule for It tlrotr or .! than
fur aiirirtiltural piirpnwn, and to extahloh hia
claim before the lcter aad Keceiver ol Uua
oi;ic of KoMtuis,Oreron
on Friday the flh day or ,'annair. !.. .she
nain a nni-vw : llnjjima II Dixoa. H.
tl.B F shi.-..t. H'M.i.-lin, Wa-h, Fra&k
Kinyon, Harry ilatfirldof Kiuvhoiv. t'rrcon.
Any and atl innn .-Uliiiiiif lver-!y tho
alsive .Ii-mtiIm-.I Iim1 are mnieiel to t. if
thoirrUims in tlu .flire .u r l'ion- ail X'th
.Uyot Jan, l'.a J. T. BKllx.Ks,
. Notice for Publication.
I ti Hod 8:t. I and Odire
Ucwtmrs, Un-un, h-t ;U, l.
. Nolire is hcretiy Riven that In roniUanrei
with the iro i-i. i. :f :l.e a.-t of '.'iiirr f
June s. 7S. entttlrd "An a-l f.r tho al. of
tiiuWrlaii.l. in the STatiol f-aiifom;a...rer.u
Nevad and W ahut..ii l'rrl:..ry,"aexu ud
ed to all the public land state bv act of Auaunt
ot Myrtle frivk. .-.mniy of lNtimas. state of
Oregon, lias this dny hi .1 in liiis oSiro h..'t
.worn tat.im;nt Nt. :!vw for h pnrTha. of the
S',N'1K'1Sh',..ri,lp.S S. U 4 wesl
an. I i) I oIIit proof to slr.w that the laud
oiiKht is men- valual.lc for its tin' 1st or stom
titan f. r auri. iiHuimI iiri4s.( and to establish
her c'a!m l nid laud l .-foie W S Brut. V
4 'iiiiiniFSi.)t,(.r. at KM. tie. Oregon, on Mon
day, I lie l!Mh dy of Jermary sli.' naiiiea
a-witness's: Nathan im-IIk. I N Hsmi.lon,
Jk? Mul.-r, SlHry Huiiution, U of Myrtle ('reek,
Any an.l all persons r!almjn sdvcrsely he
als.vo .iowiiliel lsnds art iq tested to file
ll otrrlaimsln t hi. ollU-c on or ttiore a:d Wih
ilsy of Jsu.
r ip J. T. UKIDiiEs.
Notice for Publication. .
lnitisl siaios Ijiiid Office,
Kosi burx lln-oon. Aim IW, I'.srJ
Soii.T is bere itlveu that In eoniplianea
niih the I'roviM.'im ( the sot of t'onttre. of
June :t. isTs. eiititl. d " An act for the sala of
tmilier lands in the stales ol California, O retjon .
wvii .ami asnnmt..n lerriiorv, asexleud
edto all the public land states by' act ol August
.lOKKI'll K SI KI'KK V KYER,
of I'url'Htid, Minili of .Multnomah, state of
Oregon, has till .lay lib-il In tins oNuv his
nm statement N.i. ::'( for lh rutx-haisa ol
the N.'i of r f ru is, I p ') !-., K. Rest
and will offer proof toshnw thai thcland sotiffht
Is more vslnslle for its iimtxr or stone than
for ai;riruUiiral pti.pors, ami lo establish hit
claim before the i:esi.ter and Keceiver ol thia
olilca of Hi.ieburu.Umgou
on Tuesday the JTih day of launsry, p.m. He
natn.a as lin-e: I' Hryen, W in Porter, Vw
l"avis. Win Murray, all ot Cuius. Valley, Ore.
Any sua nil icr-rs claiming adversely the
s'sive d.werioed lauds in ux',u to.l to tilo their
ciaitna in this rflii B ou or be'loro sa:d iih day
ol Jan.lJOJ. J, T.liHIDUK.
F. A A. M. Laurel Lodg Xo. 13.
miua regular meetings on second
and f nrtb Wednesdays of each
month. E. J. Kteocd, W. M.
N. T. Jtwx Secretary.
AO. U. W.
I days of e
ItOBt'bnrx , Lodge Xo. 10.
e recond and fourth Jlon-
eacb month at 7:30 p. m..
in the I. O. O. F. Hall. Members in
good standing are invited to attend.
, II. T. McCl alt.kj, M. W.
E. II. I.kxox Recorder.
D. .8 Wjst, Financier.
P. 0. ELK.SUoebiirg Lodge Xo.
320. . Holds regular communica
tions at I. O. O. F. Hall on second
and fourth Thursdays of each month.
All members reouested to attend regu
larly and all visiting brothers are cords
ally invited to attend.
W. If. J ami box, E. R.
V. C. Losdojc, Secretary.
meets at Armor Hall ev-r
harsday evemmr, at 8 e'cltck,
F. B. Hamlim, Capt.
EGREE OF HOXOR. Mystic Lods
Xo. 13. Mteta 2nd and 4'.b Thurs
day evenikin oi each month io Xa
live Bona' Hall. Visiting members cor-
dially iwUl to attend.
Mas. SI kbit Wist, C. f H.
E. II. LbMHox, Rise.
OF A. Conrt Dona!aa Xo. 32. For-
eter of 'America. Meets every
TuMdar even in it in Native Sona'
flail. Visiting brothers always welccxne.
ClIAS GfLVIS, C. U.
A co. J. Kba.stz, H. P.
E. Y. Hooveb, Physician.
O. U. F. Philf-tariaa Lode Xo. 8.
Meets in Old Fellows' Temple, cor
ner Jackson and Caaa streets, on
Saturday evening of each week. Mem
bers of the order in good etandiog are
Invited to attend.
11. B. Gillette, X. G.
X.T. JawhTr, S-.;rturv.
Kol P. Alpha L
every Wei net
Lodge Xo. 4?s 31e r
needay, in I. O. O. P.
p. tn. Sleia:r m
o! i Acding are invited to attend.
G. W. Kivball, C. C.
C. E. Robibts, K.K.6.
1 O. T. M. ProPs tiori Tent No. IV
It Holds its regular Reviews tli
first aul third Friday of each
nioi'.in in tiie I. u. O. tuiii. yi-itmif
u:euders in go stan-lin-.' are i.'iS:.-l V
atteml. V. F. pATTtasos, Oni.
E. V.. iiijm,ETT. lu-ortl Ke'jr.
LILAC CIRCLE. Xo. 4, n'omtn oi
Woodcraft. JIeeton firttun t ihtri
Thnredays of each month at th" N
tie toes. Hall. Vuitir ; mecibr -is.
good standing are invited to a tentl.
Iavtha KKin.nr.ETB,Gaar!ian Xe:h-.
Vlxmb (rrsr, Si-cy.
ADIKS of the G. A.K., Ahrt,arr l-ir-
coin Cir. !e No. 2. u.eets at N.:;ie
Cr m II .11 W .....
j mm -j - .ii . . i LfiAh i . i f r
ona asi uara rnc:T of each rooa'
LO. T. 51. hUmrbotg Hire 11.
Holds it regolr review it,c
second and fourth fruity vf .
of eat h month ia tie Xtlive isoci' Ha i.
Sisters el o.r:er UiTes v:t.Ucj ir .r.-s c:fy L
in eora;iij mvite-1 to auamj ccr re
J:mb rr. L. Con
Macub E. McClalues. R. fv.
MW.OF A. Mrt.o Carrr No. 633'. I
Meets Cretan 1 third Wed.diji ;
B " ). m..lS u V.I.-, w I I ! ,
E. 8. Rose'mnr Chapter Xj. ft.
Holds their regilar roev'.in c.s ths
firt and third Thnrad ;vs i.. t jch
ninth. Yiei:icg rr.ercSers ia ?ocl
rtandicc are respc'dcllv invito! to at
end. Mas. Calub Psabd. W 51.,
Mb. Libbii Cowboy. Secrft.irf.
1 -j(bnr Re!.-kh
i invited to afeod.
- Il LLA Eaowx, N. G.
Cuba Wibbeblt. R. S.
I NIT ED
ARTI VNS. Cmi-ia As-'
1 1 setnbly N. l .t-l
dav evenin-'. at
Sons Wall. Vwtin, Ar.L'ar. eor-lialiv
invitcl to attend. '
.'is. M. Joxe. M. A.
Mks. F. R. Havii.v, St-retarv.
'00 DM EX OF THE WORLD.-Ok
t- amoNo. 125. M; t tfce O Id
Feilows' Hall, in R.-hnr -w.
first and third Monday evenine. Visit
ok neighbora always wslconje.
Jas.'K. Sawyers. C.C.
J. A. BrcnAXAS, C.erk.
i. . a f.
thld Fellow". Temi.'e.
an.i ii.inl i linrIav v.-nm.- ..-K
month. Visitors cor-lu'llv invitc.I
1 - t J' C- P-
J. t . Twitcwki i.. S.-r:K-.
4 b&itrh'blb !
Which Shall it Be
Having tried all other remedies, will you contin
to suffer through false" pride ? Don't be foolish.
Repeated Eye - Headaches sap one's vitality and
bringsaboutagener.il nervous break down. Let
us relieve your headache
"i ave your eyes and uervious en ere v.
Cass Street Near Depot
To Ranchers, armcrc, Horsemen,
If you have a horse with Ringbone
As you can promptly do by using
Schnvder's Rino-honA rrA
Or money Refunded.
Cost Cure $5.00 per horse
Address all communications to the sle nuuufuctureres.
Taylor's Specific Go.
Olalla, Douglas Co,, Ore.
Q, EG RGB M. UO'.VN,
V ri.SUEK, Al. I).
Office over P. O. Roskbcbo,
'Phone Main 591. Vzeaox.
Qli. GEO. E. HOUCK,
Physcian & Surgecm?
OSUm Eevlow Hil.
ttuiue. Main 31
piLMEK V. IIOOVLK,
PHYSICIAN AND SL'KGEOX. -Rok31'&u
Special i'.U:ntloa nrn f CIkuci ol the Po
St., on .l-jor (outtol CI tjHa
iUT'.enr Bu l ling,
IeU-.none No. 1. KOrSSrBvl OEK30i
Office oit-o le
a ii. caAwyoaD,
Attorney at Law,
Kcosu lit, KA.T.en Blit, K0-3r3CE'J, Oft
L-e Eeceirer C. 8. Luj OSe
JOHN U. SUCIE,
ATTu K X E Y-A TLA W,
K--Jknc3, . Oniw.if.
Atrt. tia aaii liD.".
J C FULL LUZON
ii (cti'X- iii &.! tLr t .t a : fc-1. :j t.T!UT
A'orneT and t.Vjn'sellvr at Ijiw.
Slin D Uwtcl Water tsi'iU iuad
A tt o ra ey-a t-La w. .
01 1 ct 1 2 .
JA t'UCHA NAN, Ss-tj Fabiic.
Collcctious a Specialty.
TTt r j" !:- :
C. A. iCM.XKXSa
gEHLLLLI''; Js (.KAV,
Urivre U-e l". sj. taa 1 4- pj.-.atal.
Tai m. : jo B.: k.
V.i'arr Pt".: e !n oi e
f zu;.v Hu K:iZ3l KG, ORE.
N. A. FOSTER & CO.,
F.trr.ii a-1 Mln-
uiraiKsl Land-. Ure'
n, Wal.iciton and
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.alt c--'.. -.r Uit-s. w .-. h bi rtavo.
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or f -J e. ta . -; . r ISartinlmr. T-MA-
! t rlr JJU l.MlJuaiu SOMtbT
CSICHES-rSR CHEltlCAI. CO.
MX I a Jk-amrv. mtLl a
by removing the
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