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PLAINDEALER PUBUSHINQ CO.
H. H. BROOKES,
Editor and Publisher
Habby B. Brookes, Local Editor.
Twic-v-Vetk PkinaValct. er year, $2.00
entered at the Poet Office in Rosehnrg,
Cre.. as second class mail matter.
Advertising Rates on Application.
APRIL 2. 1903.
TO OUR PATRONS.
With the last issue we annulled alllbld
contracts for advertising, in fact there
were none in force after January 1, 1903,
so we were informed by Mr. Conner,
la future it will be oar effort to let every
puuo pay lur vue auveruaiug uy sepa
rate items and dates. If any of our pa
trons drop oat we shall not feel offended
for after a careful estimate of the cost of
paper, setting up advertisements and
other expenses connected with the ad'
Tertising department, we are convinced
that for the past six months the dis
played advertisements have been run at
a loss to the management. Hereafter
all advertisements will be charged for
by the inch, single column measure. All
ads. under four inches will be charged
lor at the rate of 15 cents per inch first
iesae and 10 cents per inch each time
AH advertisements over 4 and under
13 inches, 2 cents per inch first in
. sertion and 9 cents per inch' per issue
each time afterwards. .
All advertisements over 10 inches, 10
.cents per inch first insertion and 8 cents
per inch each time afterwards.
Business local notices for parties hav
Ing displayed advertisements, 5 cents
per line each insertion.
Local notices not in connection with
displayed advertisements, 10 cents per
line first insertion and 5 cents per line
each time afterifards. -
Church and society notices where
. there is no pecuniary consideration, or
for charity and all items of news are run
free, but wherever a pecuniary consid
eration is charged for entrance, etc.,
etc- the Plaixdkalkb will charge local
- rates for notices of the same.
No free copies of the paper will be
issued under any consideration, and the
price to every patron who receives the
Plaixdealir will be f 2.00 per year.
Remember the republican county
convention will be held next Saturday.
Quite a pumber of the papers are
yelling for this man and that for con
press, but old dwf Trav is faithful and
he's kind and yon will never find a bet
ter friend than old dog Tray, as the
ballad goes. The Hon. Binger Her
mann, of Roseburg, only needs nine
votes to secure his nomination on the
first ballot, and all the power of the
Oregonian, Telegram and the two-fer
sheets cannot prevent his nomination or
even get up a combination against him,
and as the Plaindbalkr told the Ore
gonian three months ago:
"And shall Trelawney die?
And shall Trelawney die?
Then twenty thousand Cornishmen will
know the reason why."
Douglas county received from the
state of Oregon, f 1,250.89, being the pro
portion of the United States hve per
cent land sale fund now in the state
treasury. This money will be placed to
the credit of the bridge fund. - The
amount which was received from this
source last year was IS09.10. which is
$441.79 less tlian the amount received
this year. '
Des Moines, Iowa, is to show the
President a few things raised in that
state and in view of the Chief Execu
tive'e well-known views on the siie of
American families he thought it would
be appropriate to have the notable in
stances of this city gathered in a promi
nent place on the Capital grounds, where
he will speak, and the idea has been ac
cepted. The largest family will be given
the seat of honor and parents and pro
geny in all big families will have an op
portunity of shaking hands ith the
A" St. Petersburg dispatch Bays: A
man and his wiftrwho left their native
village near Vitebesk, a few days ago,
to have their baby baptized at the near'
est. church, were set upon by wolves,
The man ordered his wife to throw the
baby to the wolves. She refused ai.d he
attempted to tear the child from her
arms. In the scuffle the mother fell out
of the sleigh with the baby and they
rolled, unnoticed by the wolves, into a
ditch. The wolves kept up the pursuit
and overtook and devoured the man
and his horses. '
The King and Queen of England will
pay Ireland a visit and the official an'
nouncement states that it will be in the
month of July or August. The London
Tribune says : It is well known that
the King ever since he ascended the
throne . had set his heart on an Irish
tour. In Ireland it is believed that the
King is responsible for the extraordinary
A dispatch from Pendleton of Mon
day's date sa vs : The losses of the East
ern Oregon range have probably reached
10 or 12 per cent already, and stock is
dying everywhere from Kalama to Wal- J change that has taken place in the Irish
Iowa, and from Wasco to Malheur. The 1 policy of the British government since
stockmen who will talk" nredirt a total the bedninz of the year. The coercion
lose in sheep of at least 15 per cent be- regime is a thing of the past and a peas
fore the flocks get away to Summer nt proprietary a thing of the future
range. Winter is breaking in the inter- Mr. Wyndham's land bill has bad an ex
fcw, but its delay has wrought havoc I cellent effect in destroying the germs of
amonr the flocks and herds where stock-! disaffection and consequently is cer
men were compelled to watch their hold
ings struggling with the snow, or vainly
seeking sustenance on bare ground when
there was no hay to feed. Umatilla and
Morrow are probably the most fortunate
of the counties. Even in Umatilla,
where alfalfa is grown plentifully, deaths
have been over uumerous on Birch and
I tain that the announcement of the royal
visit will give the greatest satisfaction to
the Irish people. '
The Reverend Mr. Soule. pastor of the
Adventist Church of Roseburg, wi'
answer the Reverend Bennett's sermons
in the Methodist Church for several Son-
Upper Creeks, and in the southern nor- nights' past. The latter gentleman
tionof the county. Many old sheep had Io ,ed P hM SM wlth k,nd8
have died in Morrow. In Crook. Wum theological arguments and fired broad
Grant, Harney, Malhuer and Baker a e a-'ur broadside into Brother Soule'
worse condition exists. In most dis-"tU patience and Christian for
tricts stock has been turned lnn on th I bearance be thinks ceased to be a virtue
range to rustle for itself the only alter- now seeing that it is not possible to
native left to owners seeing that feed live peacefully forthe Methodist and Ad
was gone, and there was none to get
Grass is starting up slightly over most
of the range district, giving the stronger
of the flocks a chance to struggle along
until conditions get better. But to the
troubles of the weaker are added the
miseries of the lambing season, which
infliction is carrying off many old ewes,
weakend by the early Spring privations.
With these go the lambs, making double
the stockman loss. From the carcass,
left to molder around the feeding
grounds, the wandering Indian plucks
the wool, and carries it away to sell.
The alert cooote slinks closer and closer
and does the rest. The wild cay uses of
the interior have perished in consider
ventists to cover themselves with the
same bed spread, as Brother Soule
charges Brother Bennett with huggir.g
the quilt, so there is to be discussion
and in the Opera House next Saturday
night if Brother Bennett will discuss
and if he will not then Brother Souls
will go it alone.
Board of Trade Meeting.
A rousing meeting was held at the
Board of Trade rooms on the evening of
March SOth, the event being the presence
of Col. F. V. Drake, superintendent,
and W. M. Killingsworth, secretary of
the Portland "Bureau of Information."
Mr. Killingsworth, who has been identi
fied with the development of Oregon for
over 20 years, was first introduced and
made a most able argument in favor of
co-operation between our local board
and the Portland organization. Mr.
Killingsworth is a man of very broad
experience ana liberal Ueas. lie is
thoroughly familiar with Oregon, her
post, her present and above all her fa
ture possibilities. He is working for a
detailed assortment of our resources, so
that an inquiring stranger, in Portland,
may be referred to what he is looking
for, somewhere in the state, directly,
without turning the whole state over,
Col. F. V. Drake was introduced at
the close of the former speaker s re
marks and in a very clear ana concise
wav explained the work of the various
boards of trade which he had visited.
The Colonel is an old time miner, hav
ing worked in the famous Comstock
during the days of Mackay, Flood,
O'Brien and Fair. He urged upon the
Board of Trade the necessity of getting
together the very beat exhibit possible
and maintaining it both at home and at
the Bureau in Portland.
Major L. D. Kinney, President F. W.
Woolley, F. B. Waite, H. C. Galey and
others made some very well chosen and
forcible remarks. It was resolved by
the Roseburg Board of Trade to collect
a splendid mineral exhibit (we have the
mines) and place it with the Bureau at
Portland; at the same time gather in
some of our best specimens of fruits,
grains, grasses, woods and in fact every
thing that will be of interest to prospec
tive homeseekers. It is a popular say
ing that : "I am from Missouri ; - you
can't tell it to mo you have to show
me." Well, that saying will fit us all.
You can show any person in a minute
what you could not tell mm in a day.
Now, that is where an exhibit far sur
passes any written or printed matter.
A man can read pages of descriptive
matter about the commonest mineral.
grain, vegetable or animal and not have
anywhere near as clear an idea of tbe
subject as he would get by seeing it for
a moment. "You can't tell it to them ;
you have to show it to them." There is
no question about the beneficial results
to be gained from such permanent ex
hibit at Portland. We want uch an
exhibit and we want the very best we
can get. The railroad companies have
generously given space a room 50xS0
in the Union Depot for our county ex
hibits, the business men of Portland
have furnished the room in the most
suitable manner. Everything has been
done and it is np to us to represent our
county. There is no cost connected
with the displav. Tbe S. P. Co. even
carries it free and delivers it to the Bu
rean. The Roseburg Board of Trade
will see to the packing and shipment of
the specimens, bo that if any person
wishing to contribute some specimen,
will only bring it to town, or send the
Roseburg Board of Trade word that the
sample may be had, the board will see
to getting it. This is largely a matter
of pride and as we have the means to be
well rJoi 2 in the front lit of counties,
it would show a lack of interest in, and
did we not take advantage of, the "gifts
the gods offer," and make our exhibit
worth looking at the second lime. Sec
retary Card well is always in attendance
at the Board of Trade and will cheer
fully take charge of anything brought in
for exhibition purposes.
Bryan and Cleveland.
"It is Mr. Cleveland's determination
to set a campaign in the field against
Bryanism," says one of Cleveland's
friends. But we think that he intends
that the repudiation of Bryanism , shall
be a vindication of Clevelsmdism, and to
make sure of this he will lead the move
ment in his persumtl capacity as an ex-
president. The Western tour he has
laid out for himself is a part of this cam
paign, and it was settled upon, in the
mind of Mr. Cleveland, without any con
sultation with the men. who have . been
trying to subordinate him and keep him
sequestered while at the same time
using his strength with the syndicates
and trusts, and that stupid element ot
the party in the East, which still bei
lieves that bit is a name to conjure
with. Mr. Cleveland is totally oblivious
of the change which has come over the
Democratic party since he was last
elected to the presidency. His Western
trip is not likely to open his eyes much,
or he is likely to be surrounded, in
making it, by the same-cuckoos who,
during the entire four years from 13'J3
to 1897 kept him so far out of "touch with
the party, to serve their own ends, that
when the party met again in national
convention it took the unprecedented
step of repudiating a President it had
elected, as a measure of self-pi-eeer
vation. Mr. Cleveland will not bo al
lowed to learn rouh of tbe party, mind
in the West, but he is shrewd enough to
anow, with or without the cuckooV, that
it were possible for bim to get two-
thirds of the delegates in the next na
tional Democratic convention, the fact
would be but a prelude to a greater dis
grace than was visited upon him by the
Chicago convention. . . ,
The Cleveland .campaign is for the
discovery of a man with" whom to detent
Bryanism. Cleveland proved in Buf
falo and in New York that ho is not
a tyro in practical politics. Then tie
must know that Bryan can not be de
stroyed, or his influence in the party
undermined, by forcing upon him and
the men who still support him a candi
date whose loyalty is questioned and
challenged by them. There are men in
the country who would be acceptable to
the elements w hich Mr. Cleveland is
now leading whose candidacy could not
be questioned by the Bryanites, as that
of a prodigal son, and whose nomination
would leave the Bryan men with abso
lutely no ground to stand on so far as
party regularitv goes. There seem to
be political writers who do not See tho
necessity for this discrimination, bot
it is inconceivable that Mr. Cleveland
does not tee it. In fact, he is known
to have ex pressed the opinion that, -if
Use party cannot gain under a reorgani
aation it wonld be better te leave Bryan
ism in command until it wears itself
out. Such an opinion is tantamount to
saying that the lrty must be further
united instead of further divided, and
its corollary is that a candidate mart
be named whose candidacy will take
the ground from under the feet of tho
Land Subject to Location.
Should a vein of valuable mineral be
discovered on railroad land, the first
step is to ascertain if the railroad have a
patent to the land. If they have, the
proper course is to buy it from the rail
road company. If they have not patent
ed it, the land is subject to location. If
a portion of the vein is on government
land and a portion on railroad land, and
tho land is patented, by pouting a notice
of discovery at some point on the vein
where it appears on tho government
land, the locator is entitled to all that
portion of the vein lying without the I
.. . ...
rau road grant, iiotn. on tiio surface and
tntient.i. . w nen the railroaa company
Or the agricultural claimant obtains a
patent to land, the patent guarantees to
the holder thereof not only the surface
of the land, but also all lying beneath it
o the center of the earth, but these
rights "are ' bounded by planes drawn
vertically downward through the bound
ary lines,; ana a locator ol a vein on
government land outside the railroad or
agricultural patent may work all of the
vein excepting the portion included
within the vertical planes established by
the boundaries of tho railroad or agri
cultural land. Mining and Scientific
''' Music Lovers
PREMIUM TICKETS GIVEN ON ALL SALES EXCEPT SUGAR AND FLOUR
Music lovers will have a rare enter
tain men t by si m ply calling at Burr's
Popular Music. House and inspecting
our splendid array of musical instru
ments. Our display ot pianos are sim
ply magnifii-ient. Here are found the
world renowned t-hicxenng, the won
derful toned Kimball, the many toned
Crown Orcbestrical and the beautiful
toned colonial style Victor. We have
others like the Singer, King? bury and
Needham. Then here is our mammoth
stock of small goods, such as S. S.
Stewart and Wahburn mandolins, gui
tars, banjos. Unr immense line of vio
lins range in price from $2.50 to $50.
We are sole agent for the Columbia
graphaphone and supply. Remember
we are running no concert hall with 60
cents admission, but our doors are a'l
ways open to the public.
A splendid team of heavy draft horses.
Address P. O. Box 43, Roseburg, Ore
gon. , a5
Visitors at the
" Grover Cleveland, while on his St.
Louis trip, will go 600 in lies farther west
than he ever traveled before. His jour
ney will extend to Denver. Previous to
this he never was farther west than
Kansas uity. lie will travel in a spe
cial car and be accompanied by a few
friends. His appearance on a platform
in St. Louis with President Roosevelt is
sure to cause a great cheering match.
possibly one which will exceed anything
ever heard in a national convention. It
is impossible lor Koosevelt to stand up
before 10,000 people withoui causing a
big demonstration. Tbe same is true of
Grover Cleveland. He is to be the guest
of President David R. Francis of the ex
position. The 'Bryan democrats are
more nervous -. than they care to
Bay over Cleveland's trip. They say
that bis stops will be carefully arranged
for points where be is sure of big dem
onstrauons, and that they will be mis
understood. ' Senator William Joel
Stone has been scouting around for the
Bryanites. Mr. Cleveland seat word to
a friend that he was goicg West as an
"advertising ag' int" for tariff reform
Tbe hero of the famous lonp at Santi
ago w1h masquerades as a Rear Adtiural
by the name of Shleyj was at Portland
Tuesday being wined and dined, . and
strange to say, none of tne Portland
papers tried to explain how it happened
that his vessel which was broadside of
the Spanish vessel, suddenly turned
Uil and got in the rear not only of the
Spanish but of the entire American
fleet. He may be a brave man and an
hero, but the cowardly action of his
ship does not prove it and in any Euro
pean country he would have been
drummed out of the service. These are
the Plai5de4Leb's sentiments and we
care not who knows them. In a south
ern state the day that we received the
telegraphic report from New York de
scribing the loup, we printed that it was
the action of a coward and we have seen
no reason to change our opinion since
Naughty, Naughty Portland.
It is a cold day in January when Port
land cannot get up a sensation. Only
two weeks ago the ultra goody-goody
and most prominent were exhilarating
in physical vibration with the Rev. Dr
Collin ge as preceptor and this week the
"Tbe arrest yesterday afternoon of
frank Kane and Eldon Trogan, boys
only 12 years of age, and of a well
dressed woman, known in society, was a
pathetic incident in one of the most ar
duous labors ever undertaken by the
police of Portland. Trogan and Kane
Henry Wlnslow Corbett, died at Port-1 the woman were caught in Lipman,
land on Tuesday morning at Lis home.
The deceased was 76 years old and died
suddenly but peaceful. He has given a
lifetime of service to Oregon and in
Portland and wherever knewn was
regarded as one of the -most honored
citizens of the state. He was a man in
his lifetime more than a. politician, he
being a statesman in tbe broadest sense
of the word. His effort through life was
for the advancement of his fellow men,
and as a business man and banker he
was the soul of honor and integrity, and
Lis place in Portland's business field will
be hard to 11. He had been advised
by his physician to rest from the busy
affairs of the First National bank, of
which he was president, but would not
as he preferred to wear out his life
rather than lest or rust out. In his
death many a poor man in Portland has
lost a friend and such men's lives teach
this truth that there is more good being
done in the world than appears in these
times of rush to get rich.
1 oo Muchly Married.
A telegraphic report from St Helens,
Ore., of Tuesdays date says: Mrs. Jen
nie Higgins, who has brought suit in the
Multnomah County Circuit Court to
nullify atnarriage with C. W. Higgins,
has figured prominently in si miliar pro
ceedings in Columbia County. Mrs. Hig
gins secured a divorce from R. A. Russ
in the Columbia County Circuit Court
on October 3, 1002. and was married to
F. A. Wilson, of Portland, 13 days after
ward at Kalama, Wash. This marriage
was set aside by Judge McBride at the
adjourned term of the Circuit Court for
Columbia CvHinty, December 16, 1902.
Her attorney here says that she married
soon after the divorce against his advice.
Soon after marrying Wilson she also
wedded C. W. Higgins, a wealthy resi
dent of Stevenson, Wash., and about the
same time that the marriage with . Wil
son was set aside here, the marriage
with Higgins was annulled on the same
ground in a Washington court. The
suit in Washington to nullify the mar
riage in Washington was brought by
Mr. Higgins, but it is learned here that
Mrs. Higgins desired to bring suit for
herself and have the marriage nullified
in Multnomah County.
James II. Ceyan West Superior,. Wis
W. T. Fenton Epworth, Iowa.
G. H. Houser Milwaukee, Wis.
D. Breets Hibbing, Minn. " "
H. M. Furgniou Ilibbiiig, Minn.' "
J. E. Jones Si. Tsui, Minn.
J. Jones Glendale. Ore.
G. W.Jones Glendale, Oreir. '
II. E. Lonsbury Portland, Oreg,. "
G. M. Cornaall The Timberman.
A. L. Broughton and wife Minneapolis
Annie W. L. Washburn Minneapolis,
Mrs. Julia E. Johnson Rockford, Minn.
W. H. Grant Minneapolis, Minn.
N. T. Pcilheod Seattle, Wash
Warner's Bust-Proof Corset
Made by tre mopt famous eorxet fac
tory in the world. Satinfactorilly
modeled, carefully Hliat!, neatly
mado and beautifully finished.
Warner's RrsT-Paoop Cobskts have
no rivals. They are superior to all
others in point of grace, comfort
50c, 75c, UM, $1.25, JliO and $125
We have everything that is new. The
line is too extensive to go into any
description. You should see them
We have given this line a great deal
of careful attention, and have got
ten together as complete a lii
desirable fabrics as was ever shown
in this city. In Summer Dree
. Goods our stock is strictly
.. .the tunes. We have all the ue
Mercerized Zephjrs, Fopelleons,
dsn Lace Stripes,. Fantaise SHi
Tissue, Linen liadras, Grass Ba
tiste Koslia Ds Sole, Etc
Seasonable Special Offerings
We are better prepared this senson than fver be
fore to meet your wants in all lines of General Mer
chandise. Our stock was never o complete in every
department. We bought early, securing the very
best selections and the very lowest prices, 4nd we .
propose to maintain our reputation for selling the
BEST MERCHANDISE AT THE LOWEST PS1CE
Knit Vets from
5c to 50c
Muslin Underwear in all gradt-e an
Men's Furnishings Men's ciotuni
. ..,! , , We carry the larfi-t stork in town.
Everything strictly to laU and right . , ... ...
. . - . . . . and take great pride in this !-
in keeping with grx-1 tate. In
... I- i i .i-i . prtment. Our Five Dollar all
Men s Neckwear we have the latest ...
, . . , i ool suits for men can t belwaU-n,
colorings in Tccks, Four-in-Hands, . , . , ....
I? i j c. i r T in fact we d-ty coniw-tion in thus
Band and t-tnped Bows. The new- ,. J
.. , ,, , r-i t t- hoe. An almost eiidlew ranetv to
est of all a the 51 wet Club Tie , , -
Golf Shirts. $5.00 to $13.00
A half hundred different .irtyles to n , ,
choose from. " CTfftc' '
50c to $2.50 " 3UU"
Phot for Bien, woniea children and
u T?a5vv infants, and all sold with our per-
nen s Hosiery. mDaJ plarantee the or
Everything that is new in this line tlC pric. or roor mon(.7
we have, from 8 to 50c ;
Men's Underwear. HATS
Balbritrgan underwear, 25, 50, 75c The Gordon hst L hre, a well as a
hummer Weizht, wool, 7 5c $1.00 full line of cheaper hats.
A great many lint- to select from. '
Bos ted Tostii's aclhiaj. The Reliance Wrapper :
The Kant-Wear-Out kind. A new Has crT-t lininjr, and w perfect fit
Stock jtut in. It will do yoa g-l ting. So higher in -rke than
to look over them. No trouble to ordinary wrappers. We Lave the
show them. i-my UjT &feburg.
See us for Groceries,
Department of the Interior.
I'ntb-d SUtr Lml flScr.
Kmrbant. Ore-. Vrb. Iv. 1'JUt
Notlc to rrrcbr cItou Uisi I be aiiwuTcd
TUNWPHIPI1 H. BIS wn.t -
TOW SKUIP II . R t rt.
bar bva imriv! bom the Sarrrrar GrBtral
lor rvcr.n. and on
rKLUA.) . - Z7. m, at riort. A. M.
the taid plau 1U be filed IB lb I oAor. an-l
(lie um rpibracea utema wnu M moiwi bt
Milr, on and ailer that dale
Small saw mill and
(Aprl) Peel, Ore.
State Treasurer" Sevrnt h Notice.
Wolfe A Co.'s store while stealing-
shoplifting, as the term goes.
"Ever since the big store opened last
week it has been : found necessary to
have constantly on guard a force of de
tectives and policemen to protect cus
tomers and the management from the
wiles of tbe criminal. In an endeavor
to stop the practice of shoplifting with
out undue publicity, Lipman, Wolfe &
Co. have met with strange embarrass
ments. Women of fashion have been
caught by the detectives with valuable
goods on their persons, with small arti
cles that they thought would not be
missed, andln more than one inntance
with property of such costliness as to in
vile the cupidity of the roost experij
enced in this crime."
Well, we always thought Portland to
be just a little tough, but did not think
that they cut their tenderloin steak out
of the hump from a bovine's nfck to
save their fashionable people from buy
Notice to the Public.
Dillied, Oregon, April 1, 1903.
To Whom It Mat Concern : This is
to certify that we have this day given
our minor son, Otto A. Parker, his time
and will not be responsible for any debts
he may contract, nor collect any wages
due him, but will be in all respects as
though he were of age. .
This is given by mutual consent, so
Iib may do business on his own account.
(Signed) 8. M. Tarker,
(Signed) Mrs. M.'A. Tarker.
Subscribed and sworn ' before me, a
Notary Public in and for Douglas coun
ty, Oregon, this 1st day of April, 1003.
L. . MlIXEDGK,
Notary Public for Oregon.
. Seal 2t-p
Koauroa, Ore. . '.
Week ending! p. in., April 1, 1903. ,
Maximum temperature, CS on the 2Cth
Minimnm tempsratnre, 35 on the 1st.
Rainfall fo- the week, 0.91.
Total rainf 'I since 1st of March, 3.40.
Average rai fall for this month or
25 years, 3.40
Total rainfall from Sept. 1,1902, !
date 33.70. 1
Average rainf dl from Sept. 1, to date
28.51. . ..:'
Total excess from 8ept. 1,1902, to
Average precipitation for 25 wet sea-
. Titos. Gibsox, Observer.
Dr. Patterson has received a letter
from his brother John G. Patterson wit
has but lately finished with high lionors.
at tho head of Lis class course of
medicine and in Uie medical depart
mentofthe Willamette University t,t
Salem. John G.. is a brilliant young'
man of more than ordinary ability and
the faculty of that institution on deliver
ing to him his papers, did with the
highest compliments on his conduct and
achievements there. He states in his
letter that he will in all probability' be
in Gardiner about April lOtti. Gaxette
Notice for Publication.
foiled StaiM Land OSSce.
, Roar wirj. Orea. lc I. 1
Kotlra la berrT tirea that fa, eoesrlii
wttii the fitililoM o Uw art o( rc$rra el
Jan , )., toUilrf "At a-i tor tt aala at
tlabar wad ia tfca Stain 9' Califoraka.Ur(T
Taila.aa4 Wainlnium Terrtu:47,aiiana
d to ail lha pu lute land (talat Lr aaoiaafiMl
ARTtTCR K PWAXSOX.
ol Hatit'T. rooaty ot Well. t,te nt Forth Da
kota, ha Ihit tT Sii la Ihla offi.-e bit iwurn
taraeal .M. tor U aurcnaae ai irt w i
ot arrtina It, lua-Dihia nuith, ranee 8 i
' and tl! otfer jwl tobo that the land outfit
laraora valnatla lor Ua Umber or amrt Ua
lr atrlraltural parptma, an.1 a ctaUah hia
Jatia betur tha ileUtr ao4 Kaoalrar ol lb '
aJltaa ol tuiaabttra.Oraana.
ait Munoar. Ida 10 na rf June, 111 ti
ttante aa a i I r mnr : Charle. Thf. uj K
bnr. Ore . Krtwant Von ITI. J" ha Becker awl
Frank Ixnr. of I'lrVriaod. r.
Anr anl a I penotkorlaiatlDC adreririy the
alrt!ierritiI laal are rvqaeotrd to Sir
metrrlainui la thuolfire or or hrlre Mlt I Ma I
darof June. !a. I. T. BK!1'KK.
Notice for Publication.
r otted Salea Land Offira
Rmebarc, Orrcoo. No. t. M2.
Nottee la bar by Ito that lit eorapllanra
vtu tha r-roTtfxmt ol u act lonaraa of
Jane .irr4.anutled,'aa ait far tba aala a
ifntor ms4 In tha State si Call tenia, Oretrom
Nevada .and Waahincwa lerrttor."axtnd
d to all tha abU land ttataa by act ot aafoat
o' Roaebnrc, roonir of Ioula. atatetrlOrc-
( ha tfcM da Oied in thU cftta ht Mom
ktaletnent Ko (hV, lor the imrchaarol loU 2. .,
4 aad & lu See's. Tp. t aouih, raaea ;
aud will offer front to anew that tha land aotif ht
I mure valuat.t lor Ita tltnrwr ar atune loan
for acrtrtiltural purpoera, and to eatault hla
data, hetnre tae tteirtaier ana avaonvar of
allica of Koaatrarf.Orecoa.
on rAatardav. tha l-tth U of June. tie
name at wttner: rrank C ldd. Jacoh
richer, M W Al.lrlch and Mri 91 W Aid rich, all
ol Hnvebunr Orraon.
Anr and alt neraon elalmtne adrerarlr the
ahnra described laud arc re seated to flie their
claim of thiaootcaoa or teinre ! i nhaar
of June. 1U. J.T BKilMiK.
Notice for Publication.
rolled Suite land Office.
Roerburr. Omron, or. ai, itO,
Jtoflf n hereby (Iran thai la eoraplianea
lto tha r-rotioff of tb act of CooKreaa of
JnnS.ICa,onUt!ed"Anart tor tha aala of
timber land. In the State of Tali font fa. Oracoa
Kerada And W an Morton Terrluiry."axtend-
ad to all the pubUo land (lata by act of Anfraat
HESRY O. WALTER.
of J34I StcoheD Ara . atlnneaaoh. OuOntT o'
HnocDln. mate of Minnesota baa thti day file-t
In thU office hut pworn tatement Ho. for
he purehaaeot HEU ol see. JO, If. H. a 7 W
and wiU offer proof tothow that tha land aojrnt
M mor vjui tor iia tinnier or ton tuaa
lor agricultural parpoeaa, and to eetabUsh hie
laira before tha Keifiater aud Keotlrar of thit
file of Roaaburx.Uracva.
on Friday, tbe 1'J da ol June, 1X Re Varae
a wllnenwa.- fcdwin Adama. of Muoraeed,
Minn., William E Norton, of M loneapotta.
Minn., John Too in anl Charlca Thorn, ol Roee-
An and all nelsons daJ .nine ad craely the
above dwatrthnt lnd are requested to hie
their claim in this ofBre onnr before paid 12th
dyof June, l'JWL . JTBRllMikH.
apttm R- inter.
Stat of Orecoa.
Salem, rrbrnart rx I OX
Notice b kereb ctreea that there are land
In the treaaury with ahich to rt-Wm all Ml
atanJlnc taU warrants draaa on the mate
tiralp bounty aad tfoont Faata, endorved
'ireenie-t im not ram mr oi of igxit
prior to thia data. Ail aoea ararraala. if prop
erly end.-rard. ilt be pid apoa privrntaitoa
at tata onne.inurroa tberma ceanc irm ana
aitcT thm data. CHA. a- HOOaiR.
. Stale Treaaajer.
TI3JBER AND GRAZING
City and Mining Property, Ilonie
stvad and Tinihcr CUimLocatel,
the bert now vacant. Jvo feos ud
until Filing acrrteL R-linqnu-ments
bought and sold. ; : :
Stewart Land Co.,
Koca 4, Tijior & Wlfcaa Cock
J. 11 BRIER. Prop.
Opposite S. P. Depot Fletcher Ba'l'f
'Phono No. 241.
Report of the Roseburg Bchoole
the month ending March 27, 1903:
Whole number enrolled for year, 625.
Whole number on regifiter, 625.
Average number belonging, 499.
Average daily attendance, 473.
Fercent of attendance, 04g.
Number of new pupils, 11,
Number cases tardiness, 19.
Number neither absent nor tardy, 209.
Number of visitors, 30. . .
Misws Burrow, Beyers, Mowery, Sim
mons, Stewart and Clark had no cases
of tardinetsg. Hiss Simmons' room won
possession of the silk flag' awarded for
highest jercent of attendance. '
A. M. Sandkbs, Snp't.
The prize fight between "Terrible
Terry" McGovern and "Little Corbett".
Roth ell, for light weight championship,
was pulled off in Ban Francisco, Tue sdiy
Terry fought foul all the way, through
and (.he crowd hissed him several times.
Corbett fought fast to the finish, and. (n
the eleventh round ha landed three
times on Terry's jaw and Terry full
down and did not get np again in tea
seconds, so Corbett was proclaimed victor.
High Grade Pianos.
How wouid it look if I were to adver
tise that I had Steinway, Knabe, Fish
er and Needham l'ianos and souie cheap
er makes like Chickcring, Kimball and
others? It is ju6t aa consistent to sayj
that Needhttm is cheap, for there is no
better upright piano made. It has al
ways stood among the high grades ; it
has never been bought cheap and never
was soul ns such, for it has tto compete'
against all the high grade pianos that
are now on the market.
2t T. K. Richardson,
The Erie railroad has raised a loan of
t,000,000 with which to make im
provements on tho line, ferry boats and
a new depot at Jersey City.
i Notice for Publication.
r", '. Cntted Btatee Land Office.
Rone bur, Omron, No. 2. 1903.
'Nntlnele hereby given lb at la compliance
with the rroTimotia ol tne act l Congrata ot
June I, lv. entitled "An act for tiie aaie of
limner lanaa In tha State of California, Oreaon
Vevaila and WanhttoTton Territory" aa ezteud
e4 to all tbe Tao.rc lntl State by act ol Auc-ua-4.1!1.
WILMAM EDWARD NORTON,
ot Minneapolis roomy of Kenm-pin, atata of
Minn., haa I hla day Pled I u thiaorlioe hla awora
!ioieot No. W, lor the purchase of the
8W! ol aection sW, toanabir a, aoatn, R 1 Wf
and will offer proof toatiow that the land aotifthl
la more TaiuaMe for It limrwr or ton tliaa
for agricultural purpuan. arid to esiaMiah hi!
claim before ttie Kcgiater and Baoalrar of thl
1 lice of Kuaaburv, Omjon.
on Ktlclay the V2ih lny of Jure. He
namii a wilawKt": HcuryO Walu-rantl Kd
wlu Adama bolhW iiioneapolla, Minn., Charl I
Tbom and Joltn I bm, hota of Kiwimri, Ore.
Auyiiidall poraona clalmina: advene y the
above deacri bed land are requested to file their
claim, in ihla office onor belore id tith day
of June, W03. J T BKIDiiK.S,
. aprJp x Kegiatur.
, Notice for Publication.
I'nited Btatet Ind Off ica,
Roue burg, Oregon, Nor. 2ft, 1.I4.
Notice it hereby siren that tn eomr-Htnea
with the nrovlalona of the act of Congreaa of
Jun,W8. entitled MAn act for tha aala of
timber landa In the glatea of California. Oreon
h'evada.and Wanlilngton Terrliory,"aaxtend
ed to all the public land atatea by act of Anguat
of Moorhcad, county ot Clay, Hate of Mtnne
aola, lias tlili day tiled in lliia omce hla aworn
Atemctit N JtttS lor the purchaae of theNri'i
Ofaei llon 20, townahlp SO aouih, raliK J went,
and will offer proof to ahow that the land aongtii
la more valuable for ita timber or atone than
for agricultural purpoaea, and to eatahlmh hit
eUliri before th lteulaier and Keoelvar of thl
on Krlday the Ulh flay of June. 1!W, He
name a wltmwwa: Wtlllnin K Korlon, and
Henry O WalUm, lilh of MinuoMpolla, Mmn.,
I'harloa Thorn and John Thorn, both of lloaa
1)11 rj. Oraitou.
Ary and all poraona claiming advcraciy the
alve locribed landa are rwiiiratcd to file
their clanm in thla ollioe on or hefor raid l'ilh
day of June, l'Joa. JTBKIIK1KS,
Notice for Publication.
Land Offlc at Rowbgrx, Ore .
Kerch 11. 1'JiU.
K slice I brebr riren that the follnwin
named aetller baa Bled nolle ol hla lntenlloa to
make final proof in rapport of hia clal at. and
that aald omul will be made b.'for tbe Keatier
and Keceiver. U.r. Lan I Oflice, at Uoaebunj,
Oreaon, on April M, l, vli :
PUIUJ" . LKKW1LU
oa hla H. g. No. Wa, for the t.WJ Se 1C,
Tp. SO 8, K 1 weaL
lie uamea the Mlowln witneae to prove
hi enntlnunna residence opon and cnltlvaiion
oi aald land. I via: Clarence Lerwill, ta alter
Lerwill, Charlr Brown, and Sam Brown, all of
1'erduc, trogun, J. T. BRiDwKS.
nulla Segltter. .
Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Roarbanr, Or., 1
February it, I AS.
Notice la hereby tlven that th follow I ne
named aettivr haa Had notice ot hit Intention
to maie flnai proof in aupport of his chum, aad
that aaii! proitl will be made belore the K gia
terand Keceiver, United Siatea Lani Office ai
Koavburg, Ortifon, pril lu, l-n, ti:
tiKORUK V KsT.
Rd E.NO. Mrlh8WViSB.!i.S? 8WH
8ve'J, Tp 2Sf , R 1 weal.
H- nam- atli following wltncaap to prove hla
con thuioua reaidrnoi upu and relllvatlon of
aald land, vli: Ant rew I Bellov-a, of Koae
burs Orvvon Jamn h f'hupe and JHenjamin F
6liielda,of KiMitUn, On., Ihomua Wharton,
Bo bor. Orcgou.
March &. J. T. BRIDGES, Rcgiater.
Of Spring Hats and Novelties j
at the bell SISTERS
All the desirable things.of the season
PATTERN HATS,. TRIMMED HATS,
LACES, VEILING, RIBBONS, FLOW
ERS, FEATHERS, ORNAMENTS,
MILLINERY NOVELTIES : : :
CF All TEE FASSIOMELE EFFECTS TO EIASLM A3 A2CPT
Ladies you aie cordially invited to attend
and be convinced that evcrytbino; is very
new, with good workmenship and the
UKQEST LLM CF RIIILXEST C005S ViU, SHOW KSEttW
APRIL 1,2 AND 3
E. A. KRt'SE, ProprWor.
B. P. Rocks, S. C. Brown
Leghorns, AI. B. Tuskeys, Tou
louse Geese, Pekin Ducks, and
the Finest Scotch Collies
AS THERE ARE ANYWHERE
Hen's Eggr $i 50, per Settlns, two SetUnTs $2.25
Have bred Poultry for 12 years, and have won
many prizes. E. A. KRUSE,
- Roseburg Ore.
In the tna-ter of the EaUtarf Jannia r rlcm.
oll'e ia herchr given the rnderalrned
AdtoiiiUtralarof the Saute of Jennte K i Wm.
enia. dec4t, that be wasrlnty appoiunM Al
aiioittralnr of the ai I r otate bt the orderof
tbe rroh! Coort of OotsKla Copntr, Ore-'Mi.
made and entered of record noon th tvi .1..
of Jannarv. 1SIJ:
Allneraoua havlnr elalma .c ; n t tv....
folate ahall p eent the aam with the nerea.
ary proof within ai x anorjih trm tha rf.u
of thia notice to the eBderaiar-jed Adiaiuiatnior
at Roaeborx, Oreon.
Iaied at koachorr. Otmim. ikli is. nA
day ot January, luoi.
ii J.T. CLXMSST3.
EXECUTORS 0T1CE TOCRCDITCRS
Title Uuarantee&Loan Co
I. 0. HAMtLTOw,
D C. Hab-ii.tmi,
Bicy. and Treaa
OfBce In the Court Roaap. Rare th only Cora
plate act of alwtract book in Dotnrlaa t'ounty
Ahalnw-u and CerViBcate ol Title furnlahed to
Ixwrlaa count land n. mlninr claim. Have
a o a complete tt of Tra.nl on o' all townahlp
plai la the Koaebiint, Oreroa, V. 8. Lan d I'l
tlrct. Will make blue prlut copiea of any tow
Notice of Final
of Oregon In and
In County Court of gtate
I r itoiiKia county.
In the mailer of the rafale of I
Godfrey Hanp, doccuMMl i
Notice la ncrctiy given tnai mo nnncraieno:
executor of ih ahove eiitlilel erinte haa flits
In the above namml court hla account in fliml
ttlcmciit of aaid mtaie and the court by or-
dcr riulv matie and entered on the JouriiHi
tlien-ol fixed Monday Vtrch S:inl, I'.wii for hear
tho ohivciltiiia. It any, I...hI Unit! ai-couut and
liine'tlciiivt'iil of raid caiatc.
X)atcd tula ith day ol Kelniry, IWltt.
LOUld 1' Ai l'. xei!Qtor
Department of the lotctor.
I nitetl 8taie Land OSice,
R'lwbn nt, Ore., March . 14.
Wotlee la hereby eiwn thai
PLAT of anrvey of
TOtlNSHIP IS KOt!TI. INiilt It It AST.
haa hreii rei-etvctt from the Burro; or tj ncraj
for t'reaon and on
FRll'A Aprl' W. ltvt no'c k a. m .
In Cocnty Court f Doo.Us twenty, L at
la the Biatter of eatate . .
of 1 -
Ma-lha Wolni! deeeaaMU
Notice I hcre-iy civn that th nw i-rlrne4
n heea by th t'onncy Court of mxiclaa t . ma
te, Orrvna. arv.Qed exeeetor ol Use eaiat of
yrih ,.irjff deeeaiot hera a j per
oo indebted to th aatd eatabt are txrrhy
nntified to make laneii ate rawenl wi tha
otMierlned at their .Oece In" troiea Valley
precinct, IKMisla eoaatv, Omron. anU a I pc
aun havtD claama miim the aald ; wtU
prcwnlaareTerttietlaaty law rvs.iirvd wilh
in aix months from date ol ttii nt oce.
Dated Koaeburf , Oregon, Fen, Hh. itt
. ft- A. ' oooarr',
Cn"l-) ' VT.ouiMi:rr.
tor tkmflaa -CBaaty
In the County Court
Slat A OreiriMi.
In the matter of the change ol neat ol Onataf
N.tice i hevhy dvejj that ty onler ef the
nore liwmcd ctwirt ditW mmt aad alrl aa
tilt Mh ilavtu J.Hu.r, )ai: ik. ......t
the aut I'L tT will Im . Ihia o .r ' k". re.t. r.ne a, t.uave .
uitnuiuriiinmniincrill will OtaullcCt to 1 r uu.utu.
ii I , CMintv Clerk.
entrv on and alter that c.bio
J. T. BKlr;E. R.vi.ter,
1. H. B trH, Ketiver.
All persons ure hereby warnrxl not to
trefps!, hunt, fish or camp on the
land of the Curry K.ttato. ren doing
to will be prwoctited to ll.o full stnt
of the law.
F.til o( N. Cckrt,
(55tf.) lvivercdule Farm
L. G. MATHEWS.
White and Buff Leghorns,
White Minorcas, Barred
Eujrs for wit' at $to fHr Ptttiiis; o! 15.
p ROSEDt'RO. ORE
F. S, DAY,
JEWELER and WATCHMAKER
AH Work Guaranteed for Reason. t Me IVteej.
Second Door north new BHnk Bailding,