BOARDS OF HEALTH The Act Establishing Stat and County Boards in Oregon. Tv.otflliliah sUta board of health : to to establish copnty boards of health in I each and every county in the State of OregorfJ to provide for the election of a secretary of vital statistics ; to pro- vide for uniform blanks and reports, and to! assign certain duties to ' the state, city, and county boards of health, and to provide a penalty. R,Hi.AltKeIailalivi Ammblv of the State oOrrstm And, " J R, si IwifA h tiuf. Pxml of the State of -. v'jr i t . i i Aatak. I oecuoa a. a uwsru u . lished, Trbich shall be Known unaer we m and Iv1a f , Rtate Board of Health. It shall consist of seven mem- W. . follows: Six members, who shall be appointed by the Governor, with the consent of the senate, the vari- wunuie consent oi we iohhj, uu van- ous sjnetiona of the state beine renresent- , . . . . ed as far as practicable, and a secretary, as provided by section 4, all to be physi- I.;.. ...4 o,..;o)i Uul for tlih vtuv - i fitness and public spirit. The SIX mem- I bers so appointed shall be so designated by the Governor that the term of office of three shall expire every two years, on the fifteenth day of January. There- ft lURmnm, with ths ronmnt of 4k. v.m .nnnintlvitriin thnrionntv. and shall have au- uie bcimsii, ousu vicuuwu I thme mmfor. to hold their office for four years, ending on January loth, sheriffs, constables, and all county of foarrl mT fo filled fleers to enforce such quarantine, subjet v& iKa fAvarnnr RftctVin 2 Tim Stat Board of Health I shall haTe waeral Bnoervision of the in-1 terent of the health and life of citizens of the state. It shall keeD the vital sta- tistics of the state, and make saniUrv investigations and inoniries respecting ttunn.n nn,rfn nt 1itiMSM. I especially of epidemics, including those of domestic animals. It shall study the sances, or the cause of any special d is canees of mortality, and the effects of ease or mortality, to be abated or re- Lri;i .mnWnunii mnilitiona. I foods, beverages, habits, and circum- stances of the health of the people. It shall make, and is hereby empowered 1 to enforce, such quarantine regulations I as seem best for the preservation of the 1 public health, and it shall be the duty nf all nnlir nrHrwm. ahArifrs. constables. I and all county officers and employes of tbt state, to enforce sack regulations, subject to the authority of the health officer. . - Section 3. The board shall meet an nually at Salem, and shall also hold special meetings when and where the board may provide, as frequently as the proper and efficient discharge of its du ties may require. Tliree shall consti tute a quorum for the . transaction of business. It shall elect, from its own number, a president, and may adopt roles and by-laws, subject to provisions ofthis act. It ehall have authority to end its secretary, or a committee of the board, to any part of the state, when deemed necessary, to investigate the cause of any nn usual disease or mortali ty, or especially dangerous diseases. .Section 4. 'At its first meeting, or as soon thereafter as a competent and suit able person can be secured, the board shall elect a secretary, who ehall, by virtue of such election, become a mem- ber of the board and .ta executive offi-1 cer, and hie official title ehall be known I aa State Health Officer, who shall be a I regularly graduated and reputable phy-1 skian. I Sections. The secretary shall hold his office so long as he shall faithfully discharge the duties thereof, and may be removed for just cause' at a regular or special meeting of the board, a major ity of the members voting therefor. He shaS perform the duties prescribed by this act, or required by the board. He shall keep a record of the transactions of the board, shall have the custody of all books, papers, documents, and other property belonging to the board, which may be deposited in his office. He shall, so far as practicable, communicate with the other state boards of health, and with the county boards of health with in the state ; shall keep and file reports received .from such boards, and all cor respondence of the office appertaining to the business of the board. He shall prepare blank forms for the various county boards of health, and give such - instructions as may be necessary, - and forward them to the various health offi cers of the county boards of health throughout the state. He shall collect information concerning vital statistics, knowledge respecting diseases, and all useful information on the subject of hy giene and through, an annual report, and otherwise as the board may direct, shall disseminate such information among the people. - Section 6.. The secretary shall receive an annual salary, which shall be fixed by the State Board of Health, and the neces sary traveling expenses, and the neces sary expenses for clerical service that the board may deem necessary for his as sistance. The board shall certify the amount due him, and, on. presentation of said certificate, the Secretary of State shall draw a warrant on the State Treaa nrer for the amount. The members of the board shall receive no per diem compensation for their services, but tbeir traveling and other necessary ex ensea, while employed on the business the board, shall be allowed and paid. Section 7. The sum f 5,000 per an. turn, or so much 'thereof as may be deemed necessary by the State Board of Health, is hereby appropriated annual ly to pay the salary of the secretary, and any clerical service tliat he may require, and to meet the contingent expense of the office ot the secretary and the ex penses of the board, which shall not ex ceed the sum hereby appropriated ; the .said expenses shall be certified and paid in the manner as the salary of the secre tary, and is hereby made the duty of the Governor, Secretary of State, and State Treasurer, or other proper state officers, each year, in computing and es timating the amount of revenue neces sary for state purposes, toinclude iu such estimate the sum hereby appro priated ; and it shall be levied and col lected as other state taxes are collected and paid into the state treasury, and kept eeparate and apart from rther funds, and shall be known as the "state board of health fund." Section 8. In each and every county of the state the county judge and eonnty physician shall const itute a county board of bfcailb for said county, and the county physician all be health officer of that f.nrity. If, in any county, it is deemed ineijtfxlicai to have a county phyeiciani the county judge shall act as health of ficer, and constitute the county board of health. It shall be the duty of the county board of health to collect all vita statistics, and keep a record thereof, and renort to the secretary of the State Board of Health monthly, not later than the tenth day, all infeciiousdiseases deaths, . the . causes thereof, places of burial of every person having died in said county, and in case of birth of any child, giving the name of its parents their residence, and their occupation, that may have been reported to said board of health during the preceding month, excepting cities wherein statistics are collected; and, in vital such on! a, cases, the health officer, or other per- ....... onn vhika rintv it IS to collect Saw Bta- 1 " . ' " . f usu,umiKii. j --- State Board ol Ueaitn, not, later the tenth day of the month, a transcript of his monhtly records of deaths, places ot burial, names, ages, etc; births, names of parents, in case 01 rf narents. ana tncir . " ---- : ,0,t places of residence ana nativity , anu oi ti : t ronorted .to him. all infectious diseases reporieu kio nun. Section 9. tvery county ooaru health shalChave the power to quaran- ol - .. . una against, any uiuci - i.a , a,ii.itiit, fiiain si fin it si t i- -"J" " " 7 . - fectious disease or diseases exist, it, in . .... . i ...... . I its uugmeni, it ib uwmoi "" .' and shall also have power 10 quarantine anv case, or cases. Ot mteCtlOUS aiseaae - thority to call upon all pohce officers, to the authority of the state health of- ficer. Section 10. In cities, districts, and places having no local boards of health, or in case the sanitary laws or regnla- tions in places w'here boanls of health or health officers exist should be inoper- atire the State Board of Health shall have power and authority to order nni- innvwl. Anr person who shall fail to obey or violate such order, shall, on conviction be sentenced to pay a fiue of not more than $100, at the discretion of the courl Section 11. .The Secretary of State shall provide suitable books and suitable hlanks. as directed by the State Board of Health, for keeping record of vital statistics, and for reporting the same to the county boards of health, and to the secretary of the State Board ofLTealth Section 12. It shall be the duty of ! every physician, midwife, or head of a family nnder whose charge any birth occurs, to report the same to the coun ty, or city health officer (as the case may be.) before the last day of the month in which said birth occurs. Every physician, midwife, nurse, or head of a family, under whose charge any death occurs, must report the same to the county or city health officer, within forty-eight hours, or as soon thereafter as practicable. Every physician, or other person, nnder whose charge any infections oc epidemic disease occurs, must report the same to the county or city health officer immediately. Any undertaker, head of a family, or other person shall not bury, cremate, or cause to be cremated or buried, the body of any person until the death certificate is properly filled ont and sent to the health officer of the county or city in which said burial or cremation is to occur. It shall be unlawful for the transportation of the remains of any person having died, the cause of death being directly or indirecltr due to an infectious . (lift- ease, except as the State Board of Health may direct. Any person violating any section of this act, or any part thereof, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and be fined not less than ten dollars ($ 10) nor more than one-hundred dollars ($100) Section 13. Inasmuch as the appoint' ments under this act . should be made during the legislative session, an emer gency is heieby declared to exist, and this act shall be in full force and effect after its approval by the Governor. Passed the senate January 2$, 1903. Passed-the house February 10, 11103. Approved February 17, 1903. Filed in the effice of the Secretary of State February 18, 1903. Weather Report. The following data, covering a period of 23 years, have been compiled from the Weather Bureau records at Eoee- trarg, Oregon. Month April for 25 years TXatPESATTRS. Mean or normal temperature, ol de grees. - j The wannest month was that of 1888, with an average of 56 degrees. The coldest month was that of 18'.t6, with an average of 46 degrees. The highest temperature was 90 de grees on 15th, 1897. The lowest temperature was 2fi de grees on 12th, 1890. Average date on which first "killing" frost occurred in autumn, Oct. 30. Average date on which last "killing" frost occurred in spring, May 3. PREcirtTATioj (rain nd melted snow). Average for the month, 2.54 inches. Average number of days with .01 of an inch or more, 14. The greatest monthly precipitation was 5.14 inches in 18S2. The least monthly precipitation was 0.63 inches in 1888. The greatest amount of precipitation recorded in any 24 consecutive hours was 1.32 inches on tith and 7th, 1902. The greatest amount of snowfall re corded in antt 24 consecutive hours (rec ord extending to winter of 1884-85 only) was trace on 14th, 1896. CLOUDS AXD WEATHER. Average number of clear days, 5; partly cloudy days, 10 ; cloudy days 15, WI3TD. The prevailing winds have been from the northwest. jne nigiiesi velocity oi tne wind was 36 miles from the southwest on 23d, 1888, and 25th, 1894. Station, Roseburg, Oregon. Date of issue, March 30, 1903. Thos. Gibson, "Weather Bureau. The street car men at Seattle and .Ta coma have virtually lof-t their fiht with the roads. Many desertions from the union ranks have taken place and with these and nonunion men tho companies have been enabled to continue business. They kave refused to submit to arbitra tion the issues submitted by the union men. Notice of Guardian's Sale. Kotloe li hereby siren, that by virtue and In pursuance ot an oniur and llceuse of the Cwin- ly :ourt oi uoos oumy, t'reeon, iuiy maae and entered therein on the 27th day of January, ISO, in the matter oi I lie guardianship oi ihe -emiiii and estatua I OliarU-s K Minard, kuth Z Mlnani, afonta M Miiiari. and John 11 Mitiard, Illinois, the iiiineraiiiiied. the duly aiT"iiile1., qualified and aetiwr Kiiaritian ol mid miuo'K. and of each of them, will, on of hAi r&DAY, APRIL. 4, ltl.t. at the hour of one o'eliak p. m. ot said day. In front of the Court House In Rosebiirs;, Douglas county, Oregon, offer for aale and n il at vh- licaiu'tion to trie ingm'si and uett owner lor eash in hand all the rit:ht. title and interest ol id minora and of each ol them, of, in and lo all Hint part of the I'ro-euipliou Claim of Isaac Minard (said 1're-emiuion t.'laim being the SK ol m-eiion 2, In townhtp J7 soulb. rangO 6 went ol vt lllamette siurintati, lying norm oi the County road leadiiiK Irora Roseburg to 1ookinff tilan Valley, he the fame more or lew-) arortiiig to a need recorded in volume tn, pace ol Lteeda, latnglas County Oregon Rue Dated March 2, A. V.. 1'. fKlfincdl KUAltl M. K K AKU. Guardian of the Dt'nons and estate ol I "e penons ana estate oi rharle. f Millard. Rutf.a Z Wln.rd. Moula M Minim ud jutn h Hintic, uiuon Notice for Publication. CnKed States Land Office, Roseburg, Oregon Oct 11. li2. Notlo ts hereby given that in compliance with the provisions ol the act oi congress wuh the rn of JnneS.lH78. entitled "An act tor the sale of timber lands in the States of California, Oregon Nevada .and Washington Territory." asezteud- U( pubU( atIklM bj ol AUruat mrs kva frost, Rnaph,,,-.coii-ny of lmuglas. state ot O e- I,., this . 1v Hh.l iii this olflcn her sworn Uute - ncnt No a9. tor the purchase of the K', UanJeNoi west and will oflor proof lo ahow M'i.cn'ina'armiin mtuuh . t inal u,e i,,,d aougbi i more valuable for u ilinlwr or stnna than fur ajiriciiltnal DnriKKK'S. and to establish her claim to said land before ' .j w. March . l;t. She names as witnesses: J J P-ost. Jessie Scaulan, W Scanlan, J H Burton a of Roseburg, Ore. Avandll person claiming adversely tne above described lands are requested to tile their claims in this omce on or before said gist day of March, 1903. J. T. BKlIXihS. OA)p - negisivr Notice for Publication Tnlted State Land Office. Roseburg, Oregon, .Oct 18, ) NoMea is hereby given that in compliance. with the provisions of the act of Cong resa ot Junet, 18T. entitled "An act for thf sale of timber lands In the States of California, Oregon Nevada .and W ashlnclon Territory "asextend- d to all the public land state by act oi August 4. UML CHARLESC CAMMACK. of Wood burn, eonnty At Marion, slate of O egon has this dsy bled In this oilice Ms sworn slate meat No 3719 ior the purchase of the fWi ot sect ion 2. township 22 south, range b weal and will offer proof to show Ui at the Ian d sought is more valuable for lu timber or stone then tor agricultural purpose, and to establish his claim before the He isle r and Kaoeivar c4 tats flic ol Koaabarg .Oregon. on Thursday the 9th day of April. 1901 He names as witnesses: w r Mimm, b Miner, B M AnriUTe and James buiiock, all ot Myr tle Creek.. Oregon. Any and all persona claiming adversely thr above described lands are requested to GU. their claims io this otaee on or before said 9th day ol Apr. 1& JJbp 1. 1. IHUKjCI Begii'er Notice for Publication. Tolled Stales Land Office. Rosehnrg, Oregon, Her. ti. I9h. Itotlea ta hereby riven that ta compliance, with the provisions of tb act of Congress ef June t, STS,entittW "An art tor tha sal of timber lands in the Stales of California. Oregon Nevada. and Washington Territory." asextend- d to all Um public land stale by act oi Angus OS MAX P RANKS. ot West Bend, eonnty oi Halo Al'.o. stale ol Iowa, has this dstT&led io this office hi sworn state ent Jo. ''. for the purchase of the K), of See 20. Tp S0S.R7 W. arid will of ier proof to show that the land sought is more valuable ior its timber or stone than for agri cultural purposes, sn-1 to e lablisa bis claim to said land belore w S BritU C S Commissioner at Riddle. Oreron, on Monday the day of March. laCa. He name as w unease: C. A Fay, of appleton. liinn , A. C. Carlson, of Cen ter City, Minn., Peter Porch, and Albert Durcfa ol Roeebure. Oregon. Anv and ail nertns claiming adversely the above described lands are requtsud to file tbeir claims in tht office on or before said d dsy of March. 1B. J.T.SKllKiU J12p , Register. Notice for Publication. Tnited State Land Office. Roseburg. Oregon. Feb 21. 113 Notice i here by given that In eompHaoe wtih the provisions of the act of Congres of June 8, )ih. enU'.Icd "An art for tbe sal ol timber lands in tne Males of California. Oregon vria.aDd Washington Terriiorr."aseiend- ed to all lb public land state by act of August , ue. HtBBSrlT II. S II OUT. cf Seattle, euanty oi King. Slate ot Wasbingtoa. has thia dav filea ia this office bis (worn staf ntrnt No. 4o. for the ourvhaae of X' of of See . Tp SI H. R g west, and w 111 oflrr proof 10 snow thai me lana soocoi is more vsioaoie ior Its timber or stone thao tor atrriCDltnral por po. and to emablish hi claim to said land before W 8 Biitt. 8 Coirmiasionf r, at Riddle. Oreeon. on Kridav. the 1st day of Mv Mut. lie name a witncsr: ittaxie a Mion, ana V'ctor Pinkerton.of BnnhomUh. W ash.. J U Gilbert, oi Ferdoe, Ore., W Wejbright, Riddle, Oregon. any and ail person claiming adretsely tne above described lands are rei nested to file tbeirclaims in thisoSiceon or be 'ore said 1st day of May, laui J.T. BRlDOtS. tXp Erg inter. Notice for Publication. I nited Plate Lend Office. Rosi'bnrg. Oregon. Mar 27, IviL Notice is bereby given that In eompUaneo srilh the provisions of the act of Congresa of June 3, 87 entitled "An art for tha sale of timber lands In tbe State of California, Oregon Nevada .and Hal,Tligun Terriiry,"aegleud d to all tb public Land siataa by act of Aogasg 4.1Wi CAROLIN rBF.RBP.Rr.. of Akeley, eonnty of Hubbard, stale of Minn., ha this dav filed In this office her sworn state ment ho t:ti for the purchase of the S'i of NWi; NW4 oi KE.'.ieW'i of S K' of sec tion 26. township XI south, range & west, and will offer roof to show that the land sought is more valuable for it timber or ttone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish her c.aim to said land before W. S. Briiu 0. b. Com misaioner at Rmdle, Ore., on Monday, the Sih day of June. lXL hbe name aa witnesses J King. C J Clement, both of Roeebnrg. Ore. Erics. I'etet son, of Akeley, Minn., Oeo. Healh, ot Koeeoorg. ure. Any and all persons claiming tdversely the above described lands are requested to file tbeir claims in this office on or before said eih day claims in this of Jane, 1803. J.T. BRU GES, ' Register. mar30p Notice for Publication. I'nitod State Land Office. Roseburg, Oregon, Nov. Jf,. iwl ot lee is hereny given that In compliance wim me prow ions oi in an ol congrcn ot June. iiCH. enUtlwi "An ai-t for the sale of timber lands In tl.a Hiaws of California, Orewnn Kerada.and VI arhiugton Territory," asexlend d to ail lh public land stales by act of August 4, EDITH P. MCKSOX. of 8223 Xicollet Ave. Minneapolis, county of Hennepin. H'te of Minnesota, ha this day Died in this omce ber sworn statement ho for the purchase of the S'i NE, fK'l Nt 1"E! 8KJ4 of Bee. S. Tp. 26 S. R J l and will ofler proof, to show that the land sought is more valuable for 'is timber or atone than for agricn'tural purposes, and to establish her claim to said land before tho Register and Receiver of thia office at Rosebnrg. Oreeon. on Tnesdav, tbe 5th dsy of May, 1'(. She' nams aa wltm-we: Frank Long and Kdward Von Pessl. oi Cleveland. Onron. Charles Tbom ana John Tnom, of Koseburg. Oregon. Any and all imreon claiming adversely the above descn tied lands are requested to file tneirclatms In this office on or before said Mb day of May.. WW. J T. BKIIMiKH, fiip Kegisler. Sheriff's Sale. In the Circuit Court of ihe State of Oregon ior IHIIIKISHOHIIIIT. J. . Clements. 1 HaintifT vs V 8. W. Tooley. . 1 licfcndant nonce is nereny given tnai t,y virtue of an execution and order ol sale, duly issued out of ana unaer ine seat oi inu aoove entitled court tn the above entitled cause, io me directed and dated tbe 26th day of February. 19H3. noon a judgment rendered and entered in said coort on tb nun nayol January, 1903. in iavor tbe above named plaintiff and sgolnst ike above named defendant, and aitalnst the hereinafter mentioned and described attached res! property, lor the su,tn of iJ with interest thereon at the rate ol 10 per ent-per annum from tne lt'.h day of Jnlv, l'.Oi, and the further sum of l'-iu costs and tlio du of and U)Kn ui's w rii. ,u iiiuo-ioie s win nn Saturday, the 11th dav ot April, 1903, at one o'clock p. in. of said day, at the court house iront ooor, in Koxeburgi Oouglas county Oregon, sell at public auction to the highest bid der, forcash In hsiid, all the rignt, title and interest, wnicn tne saia iieienaant, Dad on iie25tnday of October, laoi. or at any time thereafter io or U tbe following lusctlbed reel propeity, to-wit: The umiivi led one-hlf Interest in and to the following described real proerty to-v. it: lxt s In block No, 1. and 1ms li, 13, 14, 15, ft. 17, 1H, in block No .1; also lots g, and 10 in block No. 6, In Tboums siilxliviioii of lot No. l.'l, aod west half of lot No. 12, Fruitviiie Addition to Koeburg, On (ion. with all and singular Ihe tn met:! licreililameata and appuitenancrs thereunto nnlongli'g or in anywise appertain ing. To satUIy mid cxectition, order oi sale, interest, cots and accruing costs. Hated at Roseburg, this eih day of March, 19ttl. E. L.PARROTT. I Bheriff of Douglas county, Oregon Notice for Publication. United States Land Office. RoseburgOroiion, Feb ii, 1903. Notice Is hereby given that in onninlianoe with the provisions of the act nf Congress of June S, 187M emitted "An Act for the saleof timber lands In the states of California, Orego.i, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as extend ed to all the public land states hy act ol Aug ust 1, IBVi, JCfiKrll A BHORT, Whatcom coiu.ty of Whatcom, state of of Washington, has this day filed in ihlsnmce his sworn statement No. iMii, lor the purchase ol the NK4 of section IS, township XI M, K 3 went, and will offer proof to show that the land sought Is more valuable for Its timlier or stone than for agricultural purposes and In establish Ins claim to said land bolore W. 8. Ilritt. Li. ri. CommiMilnner at Kiddle, Oregon, on Fridiy the ii uay oi may, I'.'u. tie names as witnesses: Vlrtor I'ltikerUin.Hnohoml'h. Wash., Herliert H Short. Pealile. Was.. J O i lbert. Perdue. Oregon, Chas A tihort, tiuohoinlHh, Wash. Any and all iH-rson dalmiug afiver-ely the above described lauds are requested to t e their claims lu this oilice on or belore said lttdayof ay. iviu. j. i. UKiuucs, Register. APPLICATION FOR PATENT. V. 8. Land Office Roseburg, Ore., February . 190.'t. Notice is hereby given that James . J. Yo- eum, wnose postonioe address is Kiddle. Pong lasconnty, Oregon, has this day made and Bled his application lor a patent to the folio lngdcwrilwl placer mining ground, in Excel sior Mining District, Pong 1 si county, Oregon, to-wit: The east half of the south east quarter of the aomnwesi quarter 01 section ntneieen In town ship thirty south of range live west of the Will rnielte ineridisn, in Douglas county, Oregon cot lainlng twenty acres. In the dUI'lct.of land subject to sale at the lnd Oince at Koe- burg. Oregon. Any and all petpons claiming adversely the foregoing dcscriled land, or anv portion thereof are hereby noli lie, 1 to fllu iu this ofTIce such adverse claim wiilun slxtyduys from the Hrst publication of this application lor pa lent, ami laiung io no so, any and a1 adverse claims to said placer mining ground or any pa't tnereoi wut ne Darrea bv the pro- visious oi law, j. i. UIVIlKtU, wp ttegiktcr. First publication February 949 J. Notice for Publication. UNITED STATES LANPOFFICE. Rosssuso. Oregon. Nov. 1?. 1ji Notice is hereby given that in aroiDliaoee riih the provisions of tha act of Conereesof JnneS, 1S78. entitled, "An act for the sal of timber lands in the State of California Oregcn, Nevada, and Washington Territory." as extent ed to all the Public Land State by act of Aug ust . isw. FLOYD H. WOOPRCFF. of Roseburg. count v of Douglas, state of Or. gnn, baa this flav filed in this office his sworn. statement No. 2943, lor the purchase of the lota 1 and 2 of tier. 18, T p SO 8, it 7 wist; W. H and will offer proof to show that the land aonglit I more valuable lor Us llinber or stone lur for agricultural purnotea. and to establish hi claim before the Register and Receiver nf thia oilice of Koseburg.oregon. on Wednesday, the 3d dav of June. 19TO. Ji name as witnesses: William Hlaae. ol bnrte. l.lano. Ira ri les. of Olalla. oreeon. m r Klce, and t C Woodruff, roin of Roaebnrg.Ore. Any and all persons claiming adversely t w sImivc descrilrl lands are requested lo tlo heir claims In this odice on or before said Sni day of June, 19HL J T. BK11"., ts, marji Kecister. Notice for Publication. rniied States Land Office. Roseburg, Oregon, Nov. li, luta Notice Is t enbv given that in comnl anoe with the provision of the actol Congres of Junes, Ikvr. enutied "an Act for the (sue Timber Lands lu the states of California, Oi gon. Nevada and aabington Territery," aa e- tendea to all the Pnblie Land State by act vf August i, L-9i. IRA KCCLKH, of Olalla. eonnty ol Douglas s'ata ot Oregon has this day SieJ in this onVe his Sworn sla9- eawit No. 3ML, lor the pon buc of th pw St1.. WU Kl ami Mi1. Sil'i of sect!. Is. township ) south, of range 7 wert, W. U and will oiler proof tot bow that the land snngf.t is more valuable lor its limber or stone ins for agricultural purpose, and to establish h claim before I he Register and Receiver ol Lh:a ill ce ol Roaoburg, Oregon. on Welnesdav. the Ud lsr ot June. lTtt. II name msIumsmi: F II woodruff. M F Rir F O Woodruff, ail nf Roseburg, Oregon, Wilaaas Bla,ol Burtc, ,ilano. Any and all persons claiming adversely U aooe described lands are reo ueste 1 to Hie th?i c.aims in this office on or before said 3rd dav ot June. 1HU. J. T. BR1IX.KS. aarji fcegister. Notice for Publication. Cnited Bute Land Office. Baseburg, Oregon, Feb 11, Lxrt. Kotic is hereby given that In com pi I anr with the provisions of tba act of Congm cf JnneS. ISTS. entitled "An act for tha aale of timber lands in th States ot California. Oregon Sevia .and W ahlnru.n Terrliorr'aseileod- d to all lb nubile land stale by act of August v 0V. CH ARLE3 A. SHORT. of SohoniUh. emnty of rnohnmUh, state of w ahington. ba- this day bird In this oar his saorn statement Ko. 4vi. for tbe iurcha- of lh- t", ol Ol rc 3. Tp. Si ft. R 1 wrst. and win 3ner prooi io snow loai tue lan I sought is more valuable lor Its timber or stone than lor agricultural purpose, and to rstab ish Lis claim to said land before W 8 Brill, V 8 Commissioner, at Rlddl Oregon, on Friday, the lt day of Hay, 1-sO. lie names as witnesses: U M fhrl. braille v asn . v rint- erton.faobnovsh.vlasb, v. Weybrigbt, Riddle. Ore. J y Gilbert. I'eedue. Ore. Anyand ail persons claiming, alvcrsely tn,i above described lands are requested to tie their claims in this oSice on or before said M day of May 1KB J. T. JJRllXi8, ct.p aegisier. Notice for Publicatiou. rnlted Sta'c Land Office. Rosebnrg, Oregon, Jeb. 3, Jcl. Kotlca ia bcret'y gtven that In eompllanca Ilk tb provisions of tha act of Congress of June 3, 1 S7S, enutied "An a-t for lb sale of timber lands In the Stairs of California. oregoo Nevada. and Washington Territory." asextend- d to all lb public land stale by act of A agua i.lVA ANDREW W. AMKRi0!t. of 3TO0 Colby are. Everett, coonly of Snoho mish, state ot w aaoington. has tnts fley it. tb.soliiee his s.om wtalemrtt t w, for tho purchase nl kits I, U.S. 1", of Hee S.Tp. 31 S, K i west and will offer proof to show that the land one bl is more veltiaMr fur li trmbrr or sion-; than br an nllnral HirpMe and loestaMisb hi claim loaaid land belore W K tinlt, I' H t:..ln mfasioncrat Riddle, Oregoo. on Friday the 1st day of May. ISO. He names aa wtlacw: Theo dure Anderson, and O. I. Reeve, of Rrerett, Wash.. J. U (lilbert. Perdue. Or.. Chaa. A Short, Bnohomuh, Wash. Any and all rcrsons claiming adversely IB. above descrild lands are requested to file theirclslms in ti.isomeeoa or before said 1st day of May 1SW. J. T. BRIDGES. rja acgisw. Notice for Publication. Cnited Stale Land Oft ice. Roseburg, Ot goo, March i. lvOL rtotlea ta hereby given that in eompltanea with the provision of th act of Congresa c4 June A, l.. entitled "An act for the sale ol timber lands in th Males of allfornia.oregon Nevada. and Washington Territory," ascxtend d to all th public land Mate by act of August wn.nrR MORRIS. of Index, onnty of Snohomish, state nf Wash baa this day Dint in tins otnee nis sworn jim ment No. 4VSH. for the Dorchaae oi tbe fvt 1 i e Bee 10. Tn SI H, R S west, and ill oner proof to show that the land sought Is more va uable for lis timber or stone Ihao for ssrlrr.ltu rat purpoMn. and tontablish his claim before W ti Britt 1 8 cminisi.ner, at Riddle. Oregon, on Wcdnesdsv. tbe JUh day nf May. !'-. He name as wiuiefflc- J U Willie rt, of Perdue, Oregon. Wm 'Jlrlch. , Index. Wash.. O l Heevea. an.l Thos Owens. boLtl ol Everett. an An and all nersons claiming adveniy the above dcacrilM-d iamls are requested U nkM their claims in this oft ice on or lietore sal'lailh dstof May, l u. JTbtlllx.gt, Ma. avefisicr. Notice for Publication. CMrrao Statx Lko Owe. Roseburg, Oregon, March . Ivn3 Notice is herel.y given tfiat In tvnnpllanca with the provisions of the act of Congrea of June S, 16. h entitled "An art for tha sale of timber lands In tbe States of California, Oregon Nevada .and V, ashineton Terriiorv."asextend ad to all th public land states by act of August william r. n.Ricn. of Index, countyof Snohomish, alale of Wa-h Ir.gton, has this day filed In this olTce bis sworn xtalcmetit No. 4.W9, for tha pnr-hsse tne N WI40! riwi 10, Tn si H, R S W, and will ofTer proof to show that the land sought is moreval- ualile lor It tlmlM-r or sUnie than for sgrlcjl lural piirrxes, and to esiablish bis claim to snld land belore V H llritl I' 8 t:oniniisioner a Kiddle. Ote., on Wednesday, the Vuth day ol May, iwi. Ho nam, s wllmwa: J (4 Oil bert, 01 I'erdue, Oregon, llbur Morris, of In dex, Wash., O 1) Reeves, and Tbo Owen, both 01 Kverelt, Wash. Any and sll persons claiming adversely the above-descrlts-d lands are r,quested to file thi-lr claims in this oflica on or bulore'tald '20tb day ol May. 190i J.T. Ba poxs, Wr. Register. Notice for Publication. United gta e Ind Office, Roseburg, Oregon, March 3, l-.wl. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of tbe act ol Congrus of JuneS, 1K7H, ou tilled "An Act for the saio of Timber Lands in the States of California, Ore gon, Nevada and Vt axhiiigton Te rltory" as ex tended to all tbe Public Land States hy act of August , 1M'2. CHARLES A. ELMORE, of Aberdeen, county of Clielialis, sute of Wash ington, hss tliis iay filed in this oftico his worn statement No. 4Mti, for the purchase of tho NWl Hec 4, Tp 31 south, range J wexl, and will offer proof to show that the land sought Is more valusble fur lis timber or stone t an for agricultural purposes, and to establish bis claim to said bum befure W 8 Hrltt, U H Com missioner at Riddle, Ore., on Friday, tbe th, r -y of May, 1W3. lie names as witnesstw: J it C llrt, Penlue, On-goii, C. I l.envt'iij;nrH, R. cldlc, Oregon, Lloyd Maniuam, Tiller, Ore. Al. Bui- liL'SUKh, Kiddle Orevon. Any and sll persons claimiug adversely the altove described lauds are req nested to tile Iht-ir claims in this office on or before said lh day of May, 1DUJ. J T lilUDGKrt, Mar 5. , Register. Notice for Publication. United State Land Office Roseburg, Oregon, Oct. 2, 1902. Notice la hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June S, ),, entitled "An act for the sale of ttmlier lands In the States of California, Oregon Nevada, and Washington Territory," asextend ed to all the public laud states by act of August ISStt. WM. D. SAPPINtiTON. Portland, county of Multnomah, state Of Or- jon, has mis uay niea in iinsomoe nis sworn alement Mi 37M, lor the purchase of the Nw ol section 18, township S H, range t west. and will olfer proof to show that the land sought Is more raluable for Its timlier or stone tbsn for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim before the Register and Receiver oi this oilice ol Roseburg, Oregon. on Tuesday, the 19th day of May, 130:1. Be linn as wtlneaaes: w M Boren. Hale Koren nd John l4nhurr, of Camas Valley. Orc.Kvertt lllgdon, of Vancouver. Wash. Any and all tiersous claiming adverselr the Ixive dcwrilMad lands are requested to tile heir claims in this oilice on or before said 19th day of May, 1M0J. J T.HRllXiES, Maxap Regisi-r Motice for Publication. rntTgn 8t4tis Lard Orrtcs, Roseburg, Oregon, March 9. l'.M. Notice i hereby giren that in com oils uce with the provisions of tha act of Congress of June J, 17b, eutiUed "Aa Act for the s.leoll timber lauds In the state of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory, aa extend ed to all the Publie Land Bute by act of Aug ust 4, rfti, WILUAat KEITLE. of It. M . 8., Portland, conn I v of Mnltnomsh, state of Oregon, has this day filed In this oilice his sworn stHtenient No. t-v for the piircbsse of the N' NW4 of Sec. 14, Tp 29 8, K 7 west. and will olfer proof to show that the land sought Is more valuable lor Its tinnier or stone thsa fur agricultural puriuses. and to establish hi claim before the Register and Receiver nf Una oiiic of itoseburg. Oregon. on T hunslay. the 4th day ot Jane, ltvif. lie tiniiica mm g turmve uioufc vwu vi J I taws Oregon WH Root, of Bridge. Oregon John F Letinhtrr. Camas Valley, Oregon and U 8 Smith, Roseburg. Oregon. Any and an persons claiming adversely t ie above described lands are requested to Die tbeir claims in Ihii office on or before said 4th day 01 JUOe, HAU. 4 1 0KIUUS3, marlfp Keglstar. SotUty jMtlng: a: F. & A. M. Laurel Lodge No. 13. lipids regular meetings on second and f orth Wednesdays of aaib month E. J. Stbocd, W. M N.T.JBWkTT, Secretary. O. U. W. Rocbar Ixdie No. Uh. Moets the tecood and fourth Mon- I day of each month at 7 :30 p. m. in th 1. u. U. r. Hail, aiemoera tn (raid standing are invited lo attend. V. M.Tuziu M. W. E. II. Lkxox Kecorder. D. .8 West, Financier. B. P. O. ELrLS.Rofwbtirf Lodge No. 326. Hold regular commnnicv tiona at I- 0. 0. F. Hail on aeooi.d and fourth Tharadayi oi each mouth. All members requested to attend retro- lart and all Tiaiting brother! are corai- Uy iorited to attend. W. U. JaJClfUOB, K. K. V C. Lo.tDOg, Secretary. f0. E FOUKTU REGIMENT. O. I . N. 3 , meets at Armory Hall ev9iy v Thursday eTemnt , at 8 clock. F. B. Haklw. Capt. D' EUREE OF POSOR. Mytk !xdirg No. 13. MU 2nd and 4th Thru dav eTentttsTfl of each month in Na tive Sods' Hall. Viciting members cot- dially ittt1 tn attend. Mas. MgaiT West. C. of H. E. II. Lskhox, Hec. OF A. Court Dunglaa No. 32. For sows ot America. Meets every Tnewday evening in Native son' Rail. Visiting brotheraalwava welcome - W.VaxZilx C. &. E. II. Lkxox. R. F, E. V. Hoovsr, rbrsician. I. U. 11. F. PhlleUrian Lodm No. 8. Meets in Odd Fellowa Temple, cor- nat T Ait. mnw ai il sTwkaa Trf. af nn I oer Jackfon and lAW cuoeta, on Saturtla evening of each week. W em ber of tha order in good tiandiog ar. uiritfrd to attend. II. B. (iiLLrTTg, N. G K.T. JawaTT, ccretary. K. of P. Alpha Lotlg) So. 47. Me every WeioetdaT.in I. O. O F. Hal) 7U0 p. in. .Members in (nod fffanditrc are Invited to attend. . C. HildckbandC. F.V. RampK. R.S. C. K.i T. M. Irot-tion Tent No. 1A. Ilolda ita recnlar Review the first and third Friday of each month in tho I. U. O. hall. Vieiting members in good standi nit are invited to attend. 1. 1. rArnrjuo.v, uom. E. . BLorx.rTT, Record Keeper. L ILAC CIRCLE. So. 49, Women of Woodcraft. Meats on 2nd and 4tli Fridays of each month at ths Na tive tons, 1111. Vieiting member in ffood standins are invited to attend. Maomb P.rrtiAXAX, Guardian Ntighbo MiNxn Orar, ijecy. O. T. M. Roeeborg Hive No. 11 Ilolda ita retmiar review opoa thi second and loorth Fridav eve. of each month in tbe Native. tSooa' Hall Sisters of other Hives visiting in (he city are cordially invited to attend oar re view. Jgaeis Kapp, L. Com Macob E. McCLALutit. R. K. MW. OF A. Myrtle Camp No. 6330. Meets first and third Wedneedayi each month at Native Sons' Hall Gbo Btbox, Clerk. 0.' E. 8. Romberg Chapter No. g Holds their regalar meeting on the first and third Thursdays in each nontb. Visiting members in good rtandirc are respectfully invited to at tend. Mas. Naxhir 8pagcb W. M., Macpb Ra t Secretary. ft' RBEIvAHS. Rooeborg Rebekah Lodira No, 41. l.O. OF meets in Odd Fellows' Temple every Toeeda) evening. Visiting sisters and brethren invited to attend. Prlla r.Rows, N. G. Coba Wimberlt. R. S. I) NITKD ARTISANS. Umpntia As- wmlily No. 105 meets every Katnr dav evening, at 8 o'clock in Native Sons Hall. Visiting Artisans cordially invited to attend. Rtr. S A. Doeolas, M. A. Mtso. T.kla Phowh, SecrotarT. Vl OODMEN OF THE WORLD. Oak Camn No. 125. Meets at tbe Odd Fellows' Hall, tn Rosebnrg. every first snd third Monday evening. Visit ing neighbors alwava welcome. N. T. Jbwett. C. C. J. A. Bfcharah, Clerk. u SION ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. F, Chlil re-Mow s lemiile. Meets first and third Thurwlav evonines each month. Visitors cordially invited. J. B. llAMll.TO!, C. P. J. C. TwrrcnBLL, Scribe. YoncaUa Real Estate TIMBER rtJ 1.0AN BROKER ..FIRE INSURANCE.. Timber lands located and for sale. Good bar gains in farm praperty. Loana mad on easy terms in sunt from tAO to any amount at S, i. i and s per cent. A.. P. APPLEQATE, YONCALLA. ORK nCOOXX)OCOQOCOCOOOQC)000 ED T. NAQIiEL . .. RESIDENT Best References. All Work Guaranteed Leave orders at Bur r's MnsicSto JOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO - h. -. J - i -. J PIANOS THE BEST AND MUCH THE The frertient salea of small instru ments ot late is a surprise for this time of the year. Trices and qnalily is what counts when wiling gfods anil yon can always get the best gxsls for the lexixt money at T. K. Richarl-)Q'g. T. K. RICHARDSON MUSIC HOUSE Professional Cards. JR.II. L.STUDLEY, Osteopath ALL DISEASES TREATED PTCCErTU.T Ptson. i Residence fCJ, Seeidencc rBuam Jo&calltJ West Hoaebaor OfBca : Room 11 Taylor A Wllso- Block txamination Tree. OSice boon t to II a. m. 2 tot p. a. Gradual Still Collrgeof Osteopathy Phone Vain II QEORGE M. BROWS. ' Attorney-at-Law, Coort Roos DowaStmu. ROSEBURG, ORK Q V. FISHEIt, M. D, Ph'sician, Surgeon. Office over P. O. Roskbtbo, 'Phone Main 591. Oaaoos. QR.GE0.K. HOCCK, Physcian & Surgeon. Offlo levlew Bia. voerBfRn ORlbOkT roooe. ataiau TPLilt K V. HtX) J-.K, PHYSICIAN AND SCRGEOX. Homes can Oriook Special atteatlua given to Disrat ol Um and Throat. OffW-kiaia BCooedoor sooth of Ci ty BsM Phooa. Mala HI. p Vt nYXE3, DENTIST, Etw Batldlast. relephoao Mo. . ROMRsrsu MagLO K. CBAWFCSA Attorney at Law, toon 4L Vtmeri Bidg ROSRBORa. OK arrBiHlDs before lb D 8 Laa4 0fBcas4 Ainlng easts a special ty. Lata local 0. 8. Lasd Oatca JOUS H. 6HTJPE, ATTORNEY-AT-LA W, Rosbbcbo. 0ww. Baatnea before C. 8. I And OOVrcaDd Probst Mistne a speclaltj. OaVxs Abrabaaa BaiUlaa. J C. FULLERTOM Attorney-at-Law. Wtll pradlc ta all Ihe 8taW and PeOeral CoerrM Offics ta Marks' Rld, Rcasrbarc. Oregon. QOMMODORE 8. JACKSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Mining Law and Water Rights mad) a specialty. Martian Bid. ROjKBCRO. OREGON P W. BENSON, Attorney-at-Law. oautaji4t vrrlew Balldlojc. ROSKBCRt..ORRtrO!f J A. BUCHANAN, NoUry Public. Attorney-at-Law. Collections a Specialty. Room t stanter Baildlng. IOHIBDRS, O H. J. ROBISETT, Attorney at Law. Room 11, Taylor A wiisoa Block.. Kossstrao, Ori a. at. saaT, c a. Stiu.saB gEHLBREDE & GRAY, LAWYERS iaeiloa In all ol the eoorts of tbe la a. also before tb U.S. Laad department. Tailor A A ilaon Block. Notary Public In office Thon Slain 2t BOSKBURO, OKE INSURE IN THE- INSURANCE AT COST. Head Office, MeUtnnville, Oregon Amt.of insurance in force, $11,000,000.00 Net gain in one year, 2.62S.787.0O Saving its members 1 yr., 80,591.60 Number separate risks, 22,3t0 Se As J. Buchanan. Roseburg, Oretron. Agt. for Doujlas Co. AT THE PLAINDEALER. Oerfect rintins: leases radical eople AT THE PLAINDEALER We have on hand a few swond hand piano, which we are giving Ut cle ont at a sacrifi-, to make room for our nest car load. We hare only four pianon of our 1 :t car at left. The Xeedham sells it-lf at aiht and sonnd. XeclhamTianosi, the lt and only the best. T. K. RicliardwHi. Roseburg and Cottage Grove, Oregon. zZZ sr.xrxr.: x iv : v ' v: - vt V 1 s I M YRTLE CREEK FLOUB The Best Always the Cheapest For Sale by V-Vuv: V' V". v -5K v: V- v:. v . v xlv tx ". v. : : v. v:-x"jvivwi If If If you you you you you you want want want want want want to buy a farm furnished rooms to buy a house If If If to to to rent a house build a house move a house If via lia'ttn-PVr F F. pails all oa or vidreea . . N. A. FOSTER & CO., GOVERNMENT LANDS Of every desrriytion. Farms snd Min eral Lands. Oregon, Washington ami Minnesota. (j23) OAKLAND. OKF.GON BEST MEAL IN THE CITY FOR 25 CENTS. THE NEW mm Cor. Wsjihincton and Main Streets Mrs. Belle Collins H. Little, DENTIST. OakUnd. - - Oregon. Abstract of Title to Deeded Land. Papers prepared for filing on Govern ment Land. , Bine Pnta of Township Maps showing all acant Lands. fMK E. ALLEY, Architect Abstracter Plans and Est! mates for all Build ings. Special designs for Office Fixtures Office in new Rank Bnilding. Thone 415 ROSEBURG. ORF.GON A GREAT COflPANY The Nerr Vork Mfe-Flltjf-iseTesi year old. Aitae(B over (190,000,000, Income la 1401 avrr.tfo.ooo.oe) Insnraace ta forc over Sij6s, 000.000. Mew lusaraace pattd.for la 1901 over $161,000,000. Paid Policy-Holder ta 100 1, over as7.oo0.0oo. Paid Po!tc-Moldenta 57 year). over aj40.ooo.ooo. W. J.Moeo, Agent. Restitute Cr THE SCENIC LINE Through Salt Lake City, Leadville, Tueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver, and the Famous Rockj' Mountain Scenery by daylight " TO ALL POINTS EAST 3 FAST TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN OfiPCX AND DENVER 3 Modern Equipment, Through Pullman and Tourist Sleep ing Cars and Superb Dining Car Service. STOPOVERS ALLOWED For rates", folders and other iufonmiti u, address BEST v: : v ; - x - - . v : v. x x A.V, I it Leading Grocers 3 M t tractor sad K.lAer Rasebarg OracoB. aaa'afjasi a s-sa 03. 9 r e 9 i If FJ. UDODSDFf BARBER SHOP, For a Prompt and First-class Share or Hair-cut. Compe tent Workmen, Clean Tow els, Tools alrars in ehapa. Baths in Connection. Shop on Jackson St. i ftmsiBtiiaiH Homes from 5250 to $5000 Write or 'Phone 17m. LI, Porter, Real Estate A sent and Notary Timber and Homestead Locator Packer and Ouide Camas Yalle-, Oregon 3eaiissnab rat nt Koaebars; '.V'faVfiV, 71 MRS. H. EASTON is r repaml to wait npon 14 anl near enjtoroers and friends with a full and completa stock, of e GROCERIES All fresh and of the very best quality. Teas aad cofTeea ar ipecia.tie. Your patronage solicited. aos Jackson St., Raseburx THE pacTfic homestead The t; resist Fsnu Paprr of the Norta el. I 'il,i-lir-t mreeslv at ftajern. Ore fn. K,ln-! bv the faruters of the -Northwest. Twenty I-. liluMrateU. A WESTERN PAPER FOR WESTERN PEOPLE S lpr fo Si . Laaa tana act raca Pnbliralioa l-rcan Xsrrh U l. Now has o.aeo snWriorra. Ibenomeoal frovtb Is .ie lo it bring tho best iaraa paper pb kbed. VOU 5HNULD READ IT K33ILSTEAD AND riAl:UU2 5115 A YEAS." - W. C. M BRIDE, Oen'l Asent, la 4 Third Street, Portland, Or m PI r-rrninKnArsii?