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F. & A. M. taurel Lodge No. 13
Holds remilar meetings on eoconn
and f nrth WednesdtiTB of onel
month. k. J. Stkoph, . 31
N. T. Jewltt, Secretary.
O. U. W. Roseburg Lodso No. it
Meets the eecoiid and fourth Mini
I uayB 01 eacn tnnntn a; :uu n. m
in the L O. 0. F. Hall. Members' in
good standing are invited to attend.
12. H. Lenox Recorder.
D. .8 Wkst, Financier.
D P. O. ELKS. KoaebiuK Lodge No
il 326. Holds regular conimtintca
tiuisp .it I O. O. F. Hall on t-econ
and fourth Thursday's of each montl
All mem burn requested to attend resu
larlr and all vieitini: bmtherf" nre cordi
ally iuvited to attend.
F. B. Wait, R. U.
Ror McClalun, Secret ar v.
iTO. E, FOURTH KEGIMENT. O
I . .N. li., mef-p t .Vmorj Hall every
v inurBday evniiiit!, at o o clock.
F. B. Hamlin, Cant
lEGREE OF HONOR. Myotic Lodne
iSo. 13. Meta Unii and 4th lliurs
day evenihirf of each month in Na
tive Sons' HaH. Yieitinp ruerubcre cor
dially mvited to attend.
Mks. Mkkit Wkst, C of H
E. H. Lennox, Rhc.
OF A. Conrt D-viflae No. 3-', For
esters ol America. Meets ever
Tuesday evening in Native Sons'
Hall. VisitinphrotherfalwRvs welcome
h. . axZile C. k.
E. H. Lenox. R
E. V. Hoover, Physician.
0. O. F. Pliiletariau Lodte No. S
I Meets m Odd Fellows' Temple, cor
it ner Jackeou aiiu Case streets, on
oaiurnay evenmp ol eacn wees Mem
berd ct the order in good standing at
tuvtted to attenc.
H. K Gillette, N. G
N.T Jkwett. Secretarv.
of P. Alpha Lodge No 47. Mee
everv Wfcilnpmlrtv. in T f. n P
IB Hon - r.m - xt i
amii .ihi jf. lit . .'iriiutf ii
good standing are invited to attend.
W. 0. HlLDEBRAXD O. O
S. V. Ramp K R S.
1 O. T. M. Protection Tent No. 15
Holds its regular Reviews the
hrst and third Fndav of each
month in the I. 0. O. hall. Visiting
members in good standing are invited to
attena. ueo. . Perky, Com.
E. E. Blodsett, Record Keeper.
3 ILAC CIRCLE. No. 49, Vcu.en ri
8 Woodcraft. Meets on I'nd nn-. 4th
Jmuays of each month at th Na
tive Sons, Hall. Visiting members in
eooa Sisniinc are ttmt-Hi to attend.
Madge Bcchanan, tjuardi-ia Xeinniw
iii.NNis Otey, Soy.
O. T. M. Kosecori: Hiv No. 11
a Holds its regalar revi- upon thi
eocona ana :oor:t: tndny ve
of each month in the Native
Sietere of other Hives viMting in the citx
are cordially invited to attend car e
f eve. Jessie Kai-p. L. Cok,
E S. Roseau re Chanter Nn. :
Holds their re 'niar metim? on U
first and third Thnrbde Vi in Asrf
V. : -. : . -
ikiuuidk are respecMou; invito ta at
tend. Mrs. Nannie Spbague W 51..
Macde Ra&t Secretsrv.
KbtKAlIa. Kosebnn: Rabekat,
it Lodre No. 41. l.O. O. F..
Odd FpIIowe' Temple evcrvTue?dar
evenins. Visiting sisters and" brethren
i!v:tod to attend.
Della Brou-x, N. G.
Cora Wimbeely-. li. S.
IINITED ARTISANS. Umpqua As
J semblyo. 10a meets everv Satur
day evenins, at S o'clock in Natiw
Sons Hall. Visiting Artisans cordial I v
uiYiieu to attend.
Rev. S A. Docglas, M. A
Miss. Lela Brown, Secretarv.
HOODMEN OF THE WORLD.-OaK
fl Camn o. 125. MeetB at the Odd
reiiows' Hall, in Rosebnn;, every
nret ana third Monday evening. Vinit-
ins neigbDora alwavn welcome.
N. T. Jewett. C. C
J. A. BrcnAXAjf, Clerk
U.MOIx JiCAMPMENT, I. O. O. F.
Odd Fellow's Temple. Meets first
anu inira inursday evenings each
month. Visitors cordially invited.
, . i ? Hamilton, C. P.
V. X witcuell, fccriDe.
Go to .. ..
F. I WOODRUFF
For a Prompt and First-class
Shave or Hair-cnt. Compe
tent "Workmen, Clean Tow
els, Tools always in shape.
Baths in Connection.
Shop on Jackeon St.
Abstract of Title to Deeded Land.
Papers prepared for filing on Govern
Bine Prvnta of Township Maps showinc
Plans and Estimates forall Build
ings. Special designs for Of fice Fixtures
Office in new Bank Building. 'Phone 415
A GREAT COnPANY
The New-York l.lfe
Kltty-Heven yearn old.
AHwetN over $190,000,000.
Income in 1901 over.370,000,000
Insurance in farce oxer Si,5s,
New IiiHumnce pntcl.for li 1901
-iiu A-oiicy-uoicxers In lyoi,
Paid IoIIcjr-Ilolder.In:s7 ycarB,
"W. J. Moon, Aij-nt.
JVeta 'CO omen
AM going to tell you a story prov
ing the possibility of attaining
your Ideals if you work toward
them faithfully and long enough,
holding fast to them meanwhile as
to life Itself. More than a generation
ngo a Gorman girl went to CinclnnatL
She was very young, very quiet and
retiring and she had no money nt all.
But she had a good musical education
and an enthusiasm for music that lift
ed her to the plane of the gods. Cin
cinnati was rather provincial then,
having neither its great music hall nor
its beautiful art museum. There was
no great desire for music culture. Tho
young German girl, Clara Baur, began
giving singing lessons to any pupils
sho could get, and they were not many
at first But the girl teacher had oven
then an ideal. It was of a noble school
of music, in which the art harmonic
should be taught in nil its branches,
horn, string nnd human voice. She
was so sweet tempered, so earnest and
enthusiastic, as well as such an excel
lent Instructor, that she gained friends
and patrons rapidly. In a little while
6he opened a small conservatory of mu
sic She stuck to business faithfully,
never letting her enthusiasm flag,
which was the main thing after all.
What is alsoiportant, she never let
down for a moment in her high Ideals
of music. Pupils increased. Miss Baur
worked hard still, both for love and
money. She was only a little woman
and she was alone, but full of grit and
genius. She saved her earnings, not
with the Idea of retiring from work,
but of building a home for music. At
last she'has succeeded In her plan. A
conservatory of music costing $100,000,
with a beautiful concert hall, has lately
been erected J)y the indefatigable little
lady and it is all her own.
Did you ever take a walk bareheaded
in the warm rain? The raindrops con
tain atoms of the liquid gold of life
which the sun rays send to the sweet
old earth to make her blossom and
brinR forth. The raindrops In the face
soften and feed the skin; they soak Into
the roots of the hair and Invigorate it;
they cool the fretted, fevered scalp and
brain. The rain bath Is uncommonly
promotive of health and good looks.
Wear some old cotton garments thin
enough for the soft rain to penetrate,
stay la the falling shower till you are
soaked through, then go home, remove
the saturated garments and rub your
self briskly till you are dry. 1'ou will
feel like a new woman. In the tropics
the natives do not remove their cloth
ing after being caught in one of the
rains that tumble out tf the sky by the
bucketful. They simply go about their
business in the sunshine till thev dry
off and are all the better for their rain
The old fashioned scold is disappear
ing from tjie earth, eternal rest to her!
You seldom hear the incessant "scold.
scold, jaw, jaw," that used to be the
special prerogative of the old woman.
In the days when woman was op
pressed grievously by man the only
way In which she could get even with
him was by lashing him with her
tongue, and we have the evidence of
history in the ducking stool that she
availed herself of the privilege. Old
women used to rate alt creation by the
hour. But it has been many a year
since I have heard a real, old fashioned
scold. As woman gets her rights she
ceases to scold.
Never tell your ailments to anybody
but your doctor and never tell your
troubles at alL The desire to do so
arises from a morbid craving for sym
pathy, a craving you ought to squelcn.
When you draw on others' sympathies.
you are a vampire feedintr oa them.
They have troubles of their own, and
you have no light to exhaust their
Recently in New York dry a man
was taken with a laughlne fit He
Just began and laughed and laughed
ana iaugbed for a week without any
known cause. His unnatural mirth in
fected others, so thrtf the moment tier
saw him they, too, began to giggle and
snicker without any cause except Just
tne catenmess of the thing. At last he
was taken to a hospital, where after
several days the laughing attack left
him. Then he was discharged cured.
But the curious point In this case is
that never once did anybody, physician
or layman, say the man had hysterics.
If he had been a woman, now!
The editor of. the much talked of wo
men's dally newspaper In Chicago is
reported as having said that the new
Journal Is not going to be a champion
of woman suffrage. Then what's the
good of it? What Is the need of it? It
Is foredoomed to failure.
Talk of woman and her many clubs!
August Belmont belongs to twenty
five, William C. Whitney to twenty
two. President Roosevelt himself to
tenwhlle one New York man, Wllllsfm
G. Davies, Is a member of forty-two.
T am my own confidential agent,"
says Hetty Green, the richest woman
A woman with trailing skirts In the
street was lately caught by a wind
that whirled her around till ber feet
were tangled In her train and she was
helpless. Then the wind hurled her to
the sidewalk, her head striking the
curbstone, and getting a severe wound.
Served her right for wearing those im
peding and unclean skirts.
ELIZA ARCHARD CONNER.
; FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
A Ilnrrow For Leveling tho Furrow
Slice and n Gcirnl IWnnk Ilrnjr.
An Ohio Fanner correspondent sends
that paper a drawing of nn Implement
for leveling the furrow slice nnd snys
The hnndles arc seldom needed to lift
tho harrow, but I found the" left one
struck the plow beam every once in
awhile when the harrow wanted to tip
over too far from any cause. For this
purpose I had to braco the handles
quite wide apart forty. Inches too far
for use In corn rows, but they can bo
placed In or out, as occasion requires,
by substituting another round between
tho handles. Near tho rear nt the left
Is n crooked steel or Iron rod seven-
HARROW FOR LEVELINCl FCHROW SLICE.
eighths or one Inch, bent as Indicated,
to rub on the bottom and side of the fur
row and fastened to the harrow by go
ing diagonally from the lower outside
corner to the upper inside corner, with
n nut to hold It.
The teeth I used were not all knife
shaped, like the one IllustratitL yet I
think It would be well to make them
all of this style, as holes ran then le
bored perpendicularly any place you
find the teeth are needed or work best,
and they can be changed very easiiy
with only a wrench to unscrew the
nut. The holes should be large enough
so the teeth will slip In or out easily,
as they can be screwed up tight to hold
them in the direction desired.
This little harrow Is attached to the
singletree of the horse In the furrow
with the short chain so that It will
harrow the furrow turned the round
before, working just forward of the
furrow being turned by the plow. Thin
furrow, however, may fall partlnlly on
the rear side of the harrow working In
the furrow. This does no harm, but
only helps to hold that point down to
its place. The left upright support for
tho handle should be placed well for
ward, so the furrow slice will not
For thosowho plow with three horses
abreast and use a large sized chilled
plow with jointer, and also rolling col
ter nttached, tlds little harrow will
surely be appreciated, as it does such
thorough pulverizing of each furrow as
fast as plowed.
THE SPOT WHERE THE GOOD THINGS
OF LIFE ARE DISPENSED.
A Cheerful nml Well Appointed Jlln
Iiijt Iluum Furniture For Solid
Comrort An Attractive China
Climet A lllt'of Wnll Decoration.
The Salt I.nko City Newn of Feb. 20
said: "President Jiwo M. Smith of the
Utah Wool Growers' association has
word from vnrious parts of Idaho
about the sheep losses from snow and
cold and says that reports of those
losses have been much exaggerated
and that In a few places only have
tticre been any marked losses. B. V.
Saunders has returned from tho south
"There arc many dining rooms, oven country nnd says that the past season
In the homes of the well to do, from ,,im ivn an Ideal winter one In Ulxlo
which one may bo excused jfor wishing for sheep iind that they have fared
to escape ns soon as possible, so bare, verv well there. However, lio learns
Bloomy nnd uninviting nro they. Ttfo
traditional furnishing of a dining room
that out on the western dcttert the
nheep hnve not fared well and that on
Hie Snake river desert where the
ranges have been covered up by the
deep snows the losses among the sheep
nave boen considerable. One grower
there hns fifteen men doing nothing
but skinning dead sheep for their
"Wool Jiot tho Whole Tlilnjr.
Whllo tho wool crop is an element to
be considered when estimating the
value of thu sheep It must not be
thought the whole thing, and when tho
price of the lleeco Is low do not turn
uwny from the Hock or turn them off
the farm simply because thnt product
Is not up to what It formerly was, nays
Wool Markets nnd Sheep. Think of the
many other ndyantages to be derived
In clicking to our white Ueeced frlcnda.
Smith' Dandruff Pomade
Stops itching scalp upon one anplica
tion, three to six removes all dandruff
and will stop falling luir. Price 60c.
For sale by Marsters Drut: Co. mltf
THE CHINA CLOSET.
was with mahogany. This wood Is too
rare nnd expensive for common use nt
the present day, but oak Is a noble sub
stitute, nnd though not so rich a wood
In appearance It has the merit of help- jSiron.
lng to make a room light nnd cheer- strour!
In the Circuit Court ollhc Bute of Orcein
(or DoukIu Countr.
Charles O. white, fUlmlff, 1
Charles Strong nnd UnoI '
sironr. tits wife; Leonard
strnue ami Ona Strong, his
wife: Bid Strong and Mr Kd.I
Bis l:c; rinrenoe
a minor, and Klliu
her etianlfMri- .mi.
ful." So writes a Country Gentleman huncan (nee Struuei and K. S
correspondent, who gives the following u,?nJ,eTOn-eu
hints on mnklnir the illnlnr mnm nn nt. I nee Strong) and I'ImMi. W..llv
tractive place: "'tt "i.S!.' ?SuU ln W
If possible, let the table, chairs and '.'"race Mron, hi. wife; (i.nse 1
sideward bo of the same wood and of 5uSS5.hu "w'SS
the same general treatment as to de- Mro"S n(1 Jl". 'phriam
sign. etc.. whatever be the wood that la IXZ. it.Zjkil "Si I
u!.wi, ami ici tnese inree articles nave I ,w uniaser. inane
He good taste and elegance.
The flimsy, highly ornamented furni
ture that Is to 1m? seen so commonly at
the present day can hardly find Its wny
into homes where taste and benuty are
appreciated and understood.
There Is a vast amount of comfort
In sucu.it chair as U figured herewith
cnixwiotis isoat, arms on which to rest I cnutt lor their:
one's own anus, and leather hack,
Mt nnd arm rests. There Is solid
Urlthl). Walter Wrinhi. KiK.1
tt right, Jcv Wrixbt and the
Mate 1 and Hoard
. . IMeudanu
To hdd .-trouK.oJ Mrs. KM strong
lu the aarar of thesutoof flrecnu jo, and
.arh ot yon are here.) rwi Jlrwl u apt a- a no
Jier the complaint 0 cl aalnt rem In the
sje .iu:iieu luuonor brlore
Saturday, the lfclh dav of uiv, 1903
I a-id 1 yirtj tail ,0 In acnar aat ib.n fni
want lite t-o! the ialtiurf ulh awiT In tlx
url for Ihen-'.lW leuDd-d in the n.nntai.it
a .uceinei snuenuai o: unlets U. lijat i-M:t -
in 10. lowing .i-ri ed re.! t.'-i!'.i u
"... -ifHi-uii yi me HHi'iHei o-..-
eninfort iii eating while occupying such w er lui " halt ! c . ,,,-h.
1 - .- i i ! a quarter 01 mtwa . S.ii:i.u a wiih
Ki-iu. n ene 01 juitiry. viraus.', ut ( tlie WUIametu M..iua
.v ciiina CHWl opening notll rrwin luc m mow or . -je ,4iiiti
kitchen and from the dining room U SnX .. ' ".JL..
highly to bo commended on the score I -"ld siron;. tv ilwnl u te Sj.iiujt irtere.
of oonimmv nf lnlw,r l,..t tl.l. I". f"' ."au'."" Et delendant. E.1
'lr'i.i,-, -Ircrwl t ban- aa njhi mW. i.r t...
not practicable, anil where the I " '"ere'n, cee.t a. ihe wife ci the de-
closet must stand by itself In one of
That a artlllon 01 ld rea'. ie be htd
the walls of the dining room, the de- aevw dinc u. the ro-.-w iire rlehu f the par
I Sign in the first Illustration nmr nmro Lr.hl.",.lAtn,'.1rU,l" J
nim,nclnn'M.i, k ' .. .. . " ' I injur or n elMle in ta-e
y,i u..wu. ai mi- suggestive, even if all Its features are in-i the prerabe b okl aul a iirffon
not followed. The top shelf Is not In- uKEK".. T.r,.,JJ JStJS:
t I . . . . . . I ..... . . . . "- "
ean-jn 117 n Kin iniuccworK 111 I wu mrice- rei:i at lo I be tourt ?Bali
frv.nt ,,. .. t. , . I wm toltable.
...... ww Thl..urnHi,.n. -.puWl.he.1 bj oidrr ,.f the
4,ni.v iui iiieviT mi ue cuinu, pnnicu- I . . jibii-ioii, jutice ol me i.lrr
larly such as will lend some color to w, i "d.te of fhTtloa 'ol
tne room. AUaillonal COIOr may also .llomiaon I. Thurlar, Mai ll ISsi and the
be r-ure,l by using a curtain of -old Ir.mon.'.V.el.rX'4'.
blue' over the middle compartment of wnwire t, eisuacciag uh the Snt
the Closet. SaroipoWieailon thcrrof
The woodwork of this china closet
that Is exposM to view. Including the
fronts of the drawers, should bo of
the same material as tho wood nf
tne cnaln. men through the eyes of the ! which the table, chairs and sideboard
straps, make a good hitch as well ns ! nn mm?. Tim mII rlA tMnt., n
UnW- I the middle compartment may be of &i
pmuK urag is aiso ngurea in uie brass or of the dull black Iron that Is
paper mentioned. It consists of four 4 , used so much at present, and so artls
t ' , fl 1 1 V fnr l1nrfvrltl- mirrwwna
.n " , , 11 1 ," . I county. State nf Oregon, within six months
The bit of wall decoration shown Is I from the dat-ol thi. notice
available where n wide chair rail Is I otaiia, Oregon, tills al day of Jane
back end. 31 Inches, inside measure
width between hnndles, 40 Inches;
length of hnrrow, 50 Inches: made of
2 by 4 scantling; crosspleces - by 3.
Bolt the crosspleces on top or notch
down but little, so they will not rub the
ground. If all the teeth arc made like
the one indicated, the holes can nil be
bored perpendicular through the wood,
and the right slope or slant hack will
be obtained. The hinge at the front Is
made of a pair of strap hinges placed
so that a strong bolt passing through
fatel this .'ttlday of Mar, l'tfj
A il CV.AWFORD.
Attorney lor I'lainiiS
Administrate 's Notice
Notice 1. heretor cttrm that lh. im.tsrli.iu.1
ha. t-een by the County Court of IMvgla
Allwrwn. h.vinf cUIk -.lnii ..L1 B.t .
arebrrebyrojulredtn prteat th taae dli
ve ISed to the und- nlgue-l at Olalla. Dovglas
by 4 scantling fastened together with
rods with small blocks two inches thick
between the scantlings, with rings 011
the ends of the rods hitched to by
means of rods and a ring or a chain
and ring. The slat Is for the purpose of
lifting the drag to free It from rubbish
or stone. This drag carries fine dirt
along between tho scantlings, which
fills up all low places and levels the
ground. A drag of this description
eight feet long Is a good load for a
team of horses without a harrow at
tached behind. If more weight Is wnnt
ed, the man can ride the drag. It does
effectual work ln leveling and putting
the ground ln order.
Title Guarantee &Loan Co.
J. 0. Hamilton,
I C. II AMIITOK,
Secy, and Trees
Office In tho Court House. Have the only com
pleleset of abstract book k In Douglas County
Abstract and Certificates of Title furnished ti
Douglas county land and mining claims. Have
also a complete tct of Tracings o' all township
plats in the Bofieburg. Oregon, D. 8. Lan d D s
trlct. Will make blue print copies of any town
and Main Streets
Mrs. Belle Collins
A pretty little animal, writes n corre
ipoudent, occasionally to be noticed at
the edge of a stream or nond is the wa
ter shrew. The ways of these creatures
are most fascinating. I have seen them
quietly emerge from the grass, run
down the side of the bank Into and
along the bottom of the stream. Whlln
under the water their movements are
very rapid. They scrape away on tho
bottom with their feet, thrusting their
long snouts into the mud and under
itones and leaves In search of Insects
on which they feed: They'thcn retlro
a little way up the bank for a moment
or two to take breath and hurry back
to their work once more. I have never
seen water shrews dive. Thdy Bimply
ruli ln and out of the itreain, as If air
and water were both allka to them, and
they were equally at be-Too in either cl
ement When under the water, they
look ns If they were covered with mi
nute silver pearls owing to the particles
of air adhering to their furry bodies.
Land and water shrews nre not of the
mouse tribe. They hare the sharpest
and most delicately beautiful teeth. Im
aginable and live entirely on insect
food. London Opinion.
Xetra nnd Xotea.
Look out for the flat beadrxl borer ln
tlie young trees. In some localities It
lays most of Its eggs In April and May.
The Cornell (N. Y.) university Is now
endeavoring to get a stute appropria
tion of 5250,000 for new agricultural
The American nurserymen's conven
tion will meet nt Buffalo June 10 nnd
the apple shippers' at Niagara Falls
A Canadian dairyman says the whole
source of trouble In handling nnd car
ing of milk can be summed up In four
"Sang" nnd silkworms nre two ot
the side issues that now temtt Uio
Zit- n V5!E"i!rr'fVr?T ft'TT-.aXSg
nT in 1 11 ttVi
. W O. KKIEND.
Administrator of tho etlate of II. A. frock.
First publication June 1. 19B.
Notice of Final Settlement
Notice Is hrrebr elrrn that the nn.ir.in
I admlnltrat,,ri! lhe-Ulenl N-imnn lirr .u.
retted, has nled his anal account in tne
uiuniy court 01 lfoUlacuuuty, Oregon, and
. MONDAY. theCtb day of July. 1JSS.
a' tbc hour of ten o clock, a. hi., of ssld day at
thei'fllce ot Ihe Coun'r Jmtrt. nl &.I1 rauni.
In the i urt House lu Koeburg, Oregon, ha
ten fixed by th Hoiotable M 1), Trmaptwon.
Jndte of said Court, for bearing objection to
kald fli.al account. If any their be, anil- for the
seiue-ni ill 01 .aid estate.
Dated this 1st day of June, A. I . 19W.
Admltilstralor of sard Klale.
First publication June 4, il.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice is herebv given ihat the nn.l. rirnl
Administrator ol the K.tatc of W. ti farrv, de
eaod. has filed hit final acount a n-li Ad
mliilstrab-r in the Conntv Romi nl tin icl.
County, Oregon, and the .aid Court ha. set
at the hour of lUo.rlock a m.. of said day at
the Court bouse In RtMebure nnnrln :
Oregon, as the lime and nlaiv l... huirin.
J:lo,', thereto, and for the final settlement
ui wu oiaie SA.irT ro.
administrator of the estate of W. I). Carer
Decewed. ' '
Piled this Uh day of June. 1903.
THE PRIME STEER.
What tlie Ilutclier Want In Pom
and Pleah Development.
T'ne butcher demands not so much
thnt parallelogrammlc form popularly
f poi:en of by. so mniiy authorities as
he does n high state of development ln
loin, crops, back, thighs, twist nnd
rump. He demaifds development ln
these regions because they nre the
parts from which are secured the high
prlcitl cuts. The animal should show
plenty of depth and bru.idth, furnishing
n large huitiico for flesh without that
tendency to be paunchy which is ob
jectionable to the lmtcber. He seeks
uiso smooth, well rounded general out
lines, which Indicate both thickness
nnd evenness of flesh nnd an absence
of a tendency to he rough nnd coarse.
which would mean Iors to him, since
the waste In the dressing of a rough,
coarhc beast would Ite out of propor
Hon with the weight of marketable
beef. Then, too, thu butcher is 'not un
mindful of the fact that having se
cured natlnfactory development of. the
parts from which are taken Uie high
priced cuts there Is an added value in
securing thick, even Hush throiighou
on the chetiper as well ns 011 the more
valuable jmrts of the carcabs.
Ideal Hliniie nnd Heel Value.
To the untrained eye nn unusual de
velopment of Join, crops and thighs
would detract from the beauty, style
and gracefulness of the bcaht. To th
butcher such development would In
crease rather than lessen its vnlue. It
should be clearly borne lii.nilnd, there
fore, that no beauty of outline, style
or gracefulness of carriage will ever
take precedence of proper development
in the most Imiwtant and valuable
parts of the bullock. We should .not
assume, however, tliat tlie highest de
velopment ln these most valuable parts
is incompatible with Ideal Inx-f form
The truth of the matter Is we seldom
get high development In the parts from
which are taken the high priced cuts
except In animals which are symuiet
neatly ilevcluintL It Is entirely coo
sihtent and desirable, therefore, that
wo hold up as our idtal standard of
the prime stew a combination of well
developed parts from which are taken
the high in-Iced cuts and a uniformly
high ilev.'lo inent In all partK cniil.Ie
of taking 011 flesh which gnex to the
animal uiinetry and Mnoothne o:
outline, that r.yU: ami that beauty oth
crwlm? ImpoMrible. Correct conforms
tion and prime condition mnt arcom
Iny ouch other In order to secure a
high jKTContage of ilrel beef. II.
W. SItiinfonS. tliltni4s.
Ono of tlie most interesting thins
asout the new tau Imih! some volume
of Kmperor William". siwcIm-s just if-
sued In New York Ls the fact that t
siwchis liave Ixva traiilati-il and ed
Itel by Wolf von Schurhraml. wb
was not long ago expelled from Ik-rUn
for writing as an American corrv-
felHMMlent i-ome truths about the kaiser.
I'oibly this volume is desigtK-d w
illtMU-ate the blknfulmsss of returnim:
good for evlL
The private entrance ami waitine
room to IxprovJded In the new Union
railroad station In Washington for tfc
president of the United States is a r?
minder of tho fact that It was in th
public waiting room of the okl station
th'-re that PresWeni Oarfieid received
bs death wound.
As tho Missouri mule is not yet head
cd toward Manchuria, It may fairly
bo assumed thnt the situation there
has not reached the belligerent state.
Your Missouri mule Is tho most accu
rate barometer of war.
Syracuse, N. Y.. Is trying to compel
Its street, sprinklers to wet tho streets
in "a workmanlike manner." If fJyra
cusesucceeds will it kindly let tne
rest of the world know how It is done?
The acquittal of Lou Bctts, the pro
prietor of the Vi'ew York ga.ni Wing
house thnt bears his name, looks as It
the betting on tho gnme would go rlglri
Notice of Final Settlement.
WAXI. snELF AND CIIAID. Notice is licicbv siren that the final ar-ronnt
1 s, utixuiui i iuu rjiinirni r.. 1. i .rtiiK.s
used upon the walls. Tho little 6helf d ceased, has been re i'cre.1 to the tkMintV
thua formed may be used for a short Cour,1 ,orJ,.,,;uf UIir. Oregon, for settle-
... , ... mr nl. and that
distance along a wall or between two TUiwiiAY.thcTthdayof July, 103
windows for tlie display of rare and he.ur of 1 o'clock, p. m.. has been duly
, . ... . ,, ., aripolnlol by said Cuift for tho scttlcmont
nanusome bits of china, these nieces thereof, at which time anr
being protected by a handsome brass "ld VB,ni"r."r,10'r. and hl" nhjections j witneR- c 1 Learei.l or idiia. oreeoi
rail ln front Knrh l.ttc nf ,lv,mll Wl'oiitit or 10 the settlement thereof. Uoj.l Mar.u n, ,. Tiller. Orecon. A S C-a-s,
rail in iront. bUCIl lilts ot decoration Ilct at Riwenurc. DouuN. county, Oregon, and U KWIIIey. of AN-rdein Wash
acrve to orcau up wnat might other-1 "v ,uuc.
wise be somewhat bare wall spaces. Exc-utoioi the Estate of' E V Grjrobbcf ' ik--
unu 11 in goou taste nre to be preferred June 16,
to pictures, which nre less suitable for
dining room decoration than for any
other room in the house.
It Is stated that a Greek tragedian is
coming to thfci country to ptoy Ham
teC la his native tongue. This may be
fomethlng in the nature of retaliation
for what the college amatetir players
have been doing to the Grtvk classics
Soon the June brWa will make her
debut, and then will route the sweet
girl graduate. This isn't such a bat:
oid world after alL
Notice for Publication.
TniUd Stal. Lit. 1 r.-5ce.
Ko-eimr;, Orann, Marek 1-.SL
.-osiee 11 Bereuy tirvn that In iMaSim
with the jr- TUI nioM-e act of Oncms of
Junes. i ventilJed-An aft for the sale of
:n niefau-siir allomla.iton
Nevada .and Uur.ln.u, r-.w.... . .
. 1 .1, . - -r.7: . r- "
l' ' c ,N 't hy act of Aurust
EI IZ a er. 11 mnv
Of Dallas rtwtDlr 0 I'nlk. M!e of Oremn
a. iui iiar hk-q m launace ner ivn slate
osetit No trtw. tor the purehu ,.f EK of s
ar.d ilie.-',o! the NE, nlwclbin k...
a touih. ranse 2 w. :. and !.! t!e pnnl o
bow that the land fxtefct is store raluabte lor
iiiHuwrorHoiw man lor aaneul ural iar
r. and to ih!Uh her-!slin to i t and
'-ci. re toe ne.iuwr ami Ke -elver of th.s Cn-.
at Kmetinrr. Ore. on ii.)r - .
Joly. UOI. she liin:.. as w tn V I
leaven -f Kiddle. Oiein. I.:.,T.i M.r
lnara, of Till r.Oren. W lll.m umiu rs.
K.ddks crvom, Be Mill- r, UWh, Ore
ny a-i-I all pe-vin. claiming adreiel the
al-.re dert.l Und. are rt-ueokd to ak
their clam. In this nSievnn nr .'. ..I;...
darof July, liajft. J T. KKtfKSE-; "
Notice for Publication.
1'nile.i ute Iji-xI Offi.-e,
Koiebury. OrriMn, March ai. W9
Notice is here v inn . .
with the provlsl n. of the et ot Conrreo of
;tUn."'e.nutk,! "Vn " 'r the sale of
timber lan.'s In the States f ail'oraia.Oresoa
Nevada. and hln-i..n i.,., - . .
il&L U puU,c 'nJ ,t by act of August
BES-ifE n. MII.I.V.K
of Lebanon, tounty of Linn, state ot Orec.n.
has this dv m.-il in thU olllee her uorn sute
ujMUNo 4Te-.f..rthe t.iirohase of the of
l. an.l Ih. VVI lft. J.-l. . . '
H 1 W .and v ill offer jinnf to show that the
land sought Is more valuable lor Its timber or
stone than for tTi-ulliual t,urnocs nnd to
establish h- rrialm to said land before the Rec.
I'ti r and K.-eeivr of this offi'V at cbtinr Or.
t roay the 3lt day of Julv, 10 3. Slie names as
T. , ' .,..,... -
Douglas County Bank,
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
BOAKD OP DIRECTORS
'iV'J'Ji:.;ifN'"-A-"OOT1' J I, 'W!I.J,T BKIWIE3
J. r. KELLY, A. C. MAKSTKKH K. U MILLER.
-A xen,er.1 lanklP l"MncHa tranacUxl, and customers given every
accommo-lation consistent with safe and conservative bankingT
Hank open from nine to twelve and from in tn i,,
LONG & BINGHAM LUMBER CO.
Is prepared to ship in .carload lots at short
SHIPLAP, RUSTIC, FLOORING AND FINISHING
They select patronage, and all correspond
ence promptly answered.
J. M. tt'eatherby
T. A. Bury
D. L. Martin
Roseburg Real Estate Co.
Farm and Timber Land Bought and Sold
Taxes Paid for Non-Residents. Timber
Estimates a Specialty. List your proper
ty with us.
fi w nr. fl I IE SUES
Lteg, Fssd and bIb ffoM
C. P. BtevtBD, Prop.
Saddle Horse; Single and
Doubie Rigs at all hours
rransitfn 5"c gven
very t of care
Rates always reasonable
Located on Southirn Pacific Railroad
in Douglas County Oregon
T&i Wafers CUREniatj Per cent of cisisof Coi'paUox Rhsiaalisa
Catarrh. Stoaach. Klhij aaJ Lirer TroaMes.
P-t-tBce. Expre an,! P.tblic Tefephoneoo the premie. From J 10 rwr week
u,., aaiuia- wiin. iratiu stop in front of Hotel.
One Gallon of these Waters Contains
l'ot--iim Kromkle -
I'ota.- turn kilidf
- A't jrr
Ma -nesium Chioride -Cah-iiim
Chloride - -Calcium
- .19 gr
CAP. BEN D. BOSWELL, Proprietor.
rain - Gardiner!
COOS BHY STKGE ROUTE S
Commencing with Mon-Iay. January '02. ve will charge 70 for
th ..re from Dram t "-,, B tr. Bt- alloxans with each fall fare
I T, TJven,R-mared 75 pounds bap. uhen ther
lovance will be maile for round trip. DAILY STAGE.
For further information address
J Rm Sairuyei?s.
Proprietor, Drain. Ores)
I I ISt J0lIr 8a3iches and TinbT
iWlv3i Lands with me. : : : : i
S R. R. JOHNSON, I
9 I HAVE EASTERN CUSTOMERS OmCE LX MARK BLOCK. I
jl .1.1 ROSEBURG, OR. 1
If you nro camping nnd cooklnp over
nn open fire, set your coffeepot and tin
cooking utcnolla in kettles of wnter to
boll, bo they will not get blackened.
Tho postal receipts for April In be
larger offices of tlie country show nn
increase of 11 per cent, which Is to
other gratifying indication of contin
King Edward will now doubtless feel
trcu to skip over to Paris any oar
when ho wants a good time.
A rrnctlrnl Point.
Slightly moisten coniniorelul fertili
zers before rowing tlieni on n windy
day. This will prevent no Inconsider
able loss, ns the Oner particles of avail
able plant food may be frequently
blown long distances. This ls a practi
cal point of great Importance, remarks
3Vmt nnd Notra.
A "currant trust" or monopoly of the
currant trade of Greece by Knglish
capitalists Is now projected.
Within the past few years there has
been a remarkable Increase in the pro
duction of beans In Michigan.
The American contributions lo tho
Finland famine fund, nmountlng to
f 125,000, nro belloyed to have averted
a. large mortality.
The Am'.-rlcnn Grocer estimates tho
annual consumption of coffee In th
United States at 1.403.010,301 gallons,
vniueu nt I rj,S01,030.
Nickel Silver Cue jj
Li FulIy Guaranlce,i I
I MM Forwlcby J
VkW ALL JEWELERS
CwJ UluctutcJ Booklet P
-tsg oa :euct, showln uj
fflO 2 DIALS i
V'&WA 6?A Vsltrborr, Cona. B
5.Sfev 87 New Vrl. Cfclciro.
Anjamlall wrsini cUlmlnn alvcrelT the
Durcdtfc:ilii I.ikIs nrv rrsmasl.sl tn Hl m..i
claims In t' is oaioa on or before sa.1.1 3it Jay
of Jul v. iaJ. J T BKI ix; E.
I you want to buy a farm
f you want furnished rooms
l vou want to hnv n Tinc
I " V iJ
you want to rent
you want to
Il 3'ou want to
II rn don't know PAT
all on or sililrt5
build a house
move a house
F F IMflMnn Ooatwctor
ELATERITB is Minora! Rtibborl
YOU JIAYINTI'ND IlUII.nXNR
or find It mwhmo to RKP1.ACK A WORN-OCT ROOF
CREDITORS ws'i ciit Kers.hvfl7l. c 'ess" u?Uy ''rm'rrfj " "i roo?nrl forfl.td
KLATEKITK HOOFING CO..
aj Ls 1 . tkl
GXECUT0RS 0TICE TO
In Conntv Court or IKmrl as mitntr.
In tbo matlcr of eiate ) l
of ( I
j Martlia W.xnlriiff ilrcmsni) 1
I Not lev is bt-reHy itlvfn that Ihp timlnttil
lias iKfti by :hv I'ouuty fuort of DoiirU foan-1
ty, roRD. anpiMnimt t-xtrutors o( therUteot ;
Manila Wm.irair .ltc-a.l W h, r-ii al. iht-1
sons ln.!ebul ! tlie i,l uif aro h- tvlir '
iii'llnni Ui mako lmmnl-M vaytnent m the '
iiKli-rsiEiir! at tliir r. -i.U ntf In CoKm ValWr
jiri-vlnrt, l.HiKlAstNiinry, trriiti, att all par". .
foil? Imrlm; cUiois against Ibvsahl estate n lit '
(irckciuaitrie vertnoi a t.y law u-ouln-J with
in six month frosn ll ol thU notW '
lalrl Kiart-btirR, UrcKou, Mi th. 1WM '
,. . , it. A. Wooonurr,
Notice Is he-fl y clvt-ii. that the lin 'crslgmot
win on the Shi ly of April, unlet, by tho
county Court ol l).uii;las county. Ure,on, iluly
H n llltol X lmilllslratur nt Hi.. ..r I.,,....
. 1' Mills. (leCl-HKO-l. A'l lwt-.,n, t,arl,,iTl,..1. C1. T 1 - . - .
cMnnacaiMst tho s-M ..Mate ,-ll rrrsent it. 7, O.m UaKC L,lty, ltfaQVllle. Pllfhln. f'nlnrn
ui;;&hcr"ia!u! Springs and Denver, and the Famous Rocky
i. ' ti
THE SCENIC LINE
samo tiTineKt inv olllre In
Inlr vvrlfleil, within six montl
of this uotliv.
Dated th's lBth ily of June, A. p., iiiju.
, , , , MKOIIUK W. DIMMIOK.
Ailminlstrnt r of the K.tHlc of James O. 1'.
l'itst publlOHtlnn little 21, 1902
Kollre ls hi-n-l.y rjlveu that the tiii.lerslKtici!
has licoti by the i ounly Contt of Ilui:la lloun-
M o J
tuuiiiu.tiii ocener- oy dayli!ht
TO ALL FOI3STTS EAST
3 FAST TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN OGDCX AND DENVER 3
has bcoti by the 1 ountr Court nf Iliiflu. AfJ 1 . . .
ty.t;tatoMi,0s,m.,iuiyn,.t,,,,1i,,i,llimit.i,tr- -uut.rii uquipincnt, i (trough Pullman and Tourist qicAn-
tor or the cslnle o Clark UlilmnN. ilewasMl I . in . . . vltriot Oieep-
. . i ifu ouun urn iii-ri'iiv iviiriioit nnr. in & 11 i.... ..t..i .. inw t : fiii -i, n. 11.... f r .
xnc extreme tiepenilenoe of Oreal i,,iin.. r it J2 i" ""' ;'" 'KtiuuiisBi.-aiiisisai.i vstme, " vjiiu- i u iiuiuir Var C
.,,. ,, , , . treopasH, hunt, liali or camp Oil tho re lie-el.y milltol lopnutu tho mire, ilnl r k
,'Jis ato. IVrsntiHi o no criiitn, i joihi iiamun. at
All persona aro hereby wnrncd not to , '
, to John Haml
Britain on supplies of grain frnm ovei h.n.i nf 'i. r.rl
sea Is hecomlng the subject t.f mrluii( Lu will bo prosecutotl to' tlw full extont dlihUnMlA1 ,,,,, ",x mi'Ul"1' ,p,w ttw
agltnUon, with n view to socurlu
rood supply In case of"wu
of the law.
I l)in.-l at LOiUiiurg. On ton. this lTili tUv of
Estate of N. Corky, J?0,' , ., k."ichsk. For rates, folders nnd other
Kivoredalo Farm aSSiiia. "fc v jm SW
NV. C. McBRlDE, Oea'I Agcat,
la-4 Third Street, PortUntJ, Ore.