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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1903)
A Cracker Outrage
The Governor of Georgia has deter
mined that the brutality practiced in the
penitentiary shall cease. He has sent a
1 mps.caire to the Leeislative de
manding a thorough investigation of the j
whipping administered to Mamie Decns.
the "diamond queen," at the stateprison
farm at Milledgeville. One resolution
introduced in the house calls for the dis
charge ot the man who administered
the whipping and the pardon of Miss
Gov. Terrell called on the prison
commissions rs in person and demanded
a fuller report than the commission had
asked for, instructed the commission to
send State Warden Moore to the state
farm at once, and called for the dis
charge of the whipping boss.
"I want the man who whipped that
woman discharged," said the governor,
"I want this matter probed to the hot-,
torn. Such a thing as whipping a white j
woman like that was outrageous, and I j
shall not hare the name of the state
disgraced with any such occurrences."
The resolutions in the legislature met
with great favor. The senate resolution
passed immediately and was sent to the
The legislators, in speaking of the
resolutions for an investization, were
bitter in their comments. One might
have thought, from the language used,
that the wishineff massacre was being
denounced, instead of an occurence here
Later reports from Milledgewood show
that Miss Decris was tied down in the
same manner that negio male convicts
are treated and then whipped. Immedi
ately after being lashed she was manacled-
to a negress and sent to the field
in the boiling sun
The true cause of the whipping was
an effort to break her spirit so that Ehe 1
would be in the same relation that a !
woman m the penitentiary was a lew
months ago. At least this is what the
Georgian reports would indicate. The !
' , , s . 4. . ... 1
before her investigating committee : j
"At nrst 1 was treated as a memoer oi i
the Allagwood family," she declared.
"Then this man made his proposals to
me.' 1 scorned him with all the vehe
mence and earnestness of my soul. From
that moment bib treatment, from that
of a gentleman, changed to one of bru
tality and cruelty impossibly to de
scribe." "I was without a friend, I had not one
in the world to whom I could go. I
knew as other convicts had told me, that
unless I gave my honor, all in the world
I had left, to this man, who had me at
his mercy, I would be tortured and beat
en within an inch of my life.
"He went after Dr. Adams and made
him examine me physically to see if I
were able to undergo the whipping. The
doctor examined my person and said
he thought I could stand punishment.
"Allagood made me lie across the
bed. He then whiprjed me with the
"1 had great welts on my - body. The
beating was administered from my hips
down. For weeks these bruises and
welts were on my body and for a long
time I could not sit down."
It is said that even more sensational
evidence will be offered by other female
prisoners at the meeting of the investi
Goats for Sale.
About 40 head of Angora goats for
sale, all young does, also Eome thorough
bred bucks. Correspondence solicited
L. A. Marsters,
20 tiers oak stovewood, 30 tiers grub
blockwood. D. S. K. Buick 48tf.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube U
inflamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is entire
y closed, Deafness is the result, and un
ess the inflammation can lie taken out
and. this tube restored to its normal con
dition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever ; nine cases out of ten caused by
Catarrh, which is nothing but and in
flamed condition of the mucous services.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured oy Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall.s Family Pills are the best.
Just arrived from the factory a car
oad of the celebrated Page fence, which
is cheaper than a board fence and will
last a life-time and is put up to your
satisfaction without extra cost. It is
used and endorsed by the leading men
of this county. For circulars and prices
ddress Stearns & Chenoweth, Oakland,
Ore., or S. B. Crouch, Oakland, Ore. ly
Painting and Paper Hanging
John Miller, of Hagerstown, Washing
ton County, Maryland, nas located in
Roseburg, and he is a thorough master
of his art and prepared to do all kinds
of painting, paperhanging, graining, and
decorative painting in the highest style
as practiced by first class workmen on
the Atlantic Coast. If vou want the
very latest artistic work he will be pleas
ed to give for low prices and first class
work. Call on him at 517 Mosier street
or droD a letter through the post office
and he will quickly respond. lS-tf
Reduced Summer Excursion Rates
The Denver and Rio Grande, popular
lv known as the "Scenic Line of the
World" has announced greatly reduced
round-trip rates from the Pacific Coast
j points for the benefit of teachers who
j will spend their vacation in the East,
and of delegates to all the promtnen
Conventions N. E. A., at Boston; A
O. TJ. W..atSt. Paul; B. P. O. E, at
Baltimore: Woodmen of America at
Indianapolis; Eagle , at New York;
Mystic Shrine, at Saratoga Springs;
K. of P.. at Louisville, and T. P. A., at
Tickets at the reduced rates will be
based upon one fare for the round trip,
but will be sold only on certain days
ThpA tir-fcets will carrv ston-over
privileges on the going trip, giving
passengers an opportunity to visit bait
Lake citv Glen wood Springs, Colorado
springs ana uenver ; anu win oe goou
time within ninetv (90,
days. Passengers going via the Denver
and Rio Grande are civen the privilege
1 of returnmc via a dinerent route.
For the rate to the point you wish to
and for dateg o and olher par.
ticulars, as well as for illustrated pam
W. C. McBride, General Agent
124, Third St., Portland.
Horse For Sale.
I have a good work horse 7 years old
for sale cheap. Inquire of F. F. Ball,
Deer Creek Dam, near Roseburg. tf.
City Treasurer's Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all parties
holding city warrants 'endorsed prior to
Nov. 7, 1901, are requested to present
the same to the city treasurer for pay
ment, as interest will cease hereon after
the date of this notice.
Dated Kosebnrg, Oregon, July S 1903.
H. C. Slocum, Jr.
5 Acres, good cottage and black smith
shop, cood location, will sell or rent
tor particulars. Address r. U. iiox j&u.
Roseburg Oregon. 51-lmo
Mr. Man, you want facts. We are
going to give you facts. As you read
them over you will know they are facts
And we can prove they are facts.
It is a fact that McCormick Binders
Mowers and Rakes are the standard by
which all others are guaged.
It is a fact, Racine Bnggies, H?cks
and Road Wagons are far outstripping
our competitors' lines.
It is a fact;that the Bain Wagon is the
most successful, durable and economical
wagon on the market.
It is a fact that the above are all in
cluded in the Big 3. You can find them
at S. K. Sykes', Roseburg, Ore.
Fullerton & Richardson, Druggists, on
Cass street near the Depot.
See the Title Guarantee & Loan Co.
for blue printi and filing papers, tf
For Trade Small farms in Southern
Indiana to trade for Oregon property.
H. L. Ball. 33tf.
Get your abstracts ot title from J. D
Hamilton. He has the only complete
set of abstract books in the county, tf
If you want to go to Coos County
points, take the Roseburg, Marshfield
route. Spring hacks leave Roseburg
every day at 6, A. M. Inquire of C. P.
Barnard, agent. 102-tf.
D. S. T. West, having accepted several
old and reliable fire insurance compa
nies, is now prepared to do a general
fire insurance business. Insure with
him. Office at the City Hall. 102-tf.
Call on Drs. Cheadle & Johnson for
up-to-date dental work. Dr. Johnson,
late of Portland, will.have charge of the
crown and bridge work department
Prices reasonable. 9-tf.
You will notice that wo do not have !
to be continually strking out for a new I
make of Pianos. The Needham has been
our leader for 14 vears and is today a ,
leader among the high grade pianos of;
the world, borne cheap pianos are mauo
high grade simply by getting a boost in ;
the Oregonirn or somo other leading
Some cheap pianos are made
paper, through those big dealers who
think they can, and do make the major
ity of people believe .it simply because
they say so. It doesn't take ink, boost
or ingii commissions to inane a coon
piano, but instead the very best
mechanics, and the very best material
such aa aro always used in Needham
X. tv. KICIIAR0S0N,
Roseburg and Cottage Grove, Oregon.
QR. H. L.STUDLE'i
ALL DISEASES TKEATED SUCCESSFULLY
i r-. ctt t.i. a. -
Office : Room 11 Taylor Si Wllso- Block
Examination Free. Office hours 9 to 1'.' a. m.
2u6p.o. Graduate Still College of Osteopalhv
Q.EORGE M. BROWN,
V FISHER, IT. D
Office over P. O.
Phone Main 591.
QK. GEO. E. HOUOK,
Physcian & Surgeon.
Office Review Bia.
rnone. Main u
JjjLMER V. HOOVER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Special attention given to Diseases of the No
Office Main St.. one door south o! City Hall
Phone. Main S41. .
p W HAYNES,
Telephone No. .
Attorney at Law,
Rooms 1 At. Mamen Bldg., ROSEBDRO, OB i
JCB"Bualness before the 0 S Land Office and
mining cues a specialty.
Late Receiver U. 8. Land OlSce
Builaea- before D.S. Land Office and Probate j
buMnesi a specialty.
Office Abraham Building.
J C. FULLERTOK
Will practice in all the Stale and Federal Conru
Office In Marks' Bid., Roseburg. Oregon.
oms I and 2
J A. BUCHANAN, Notary Public.
Collections a Specialty.
Attorney at Law.
Taylor & Wilson Block.
P. RYAN, CIVIL ENGINEER
Office, Boom 6. Taylor & Wilson Block.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for Don elm County
Chas. m. woe. f latntirx,
Geo. W, Riddle, Helen G.
Riddle, his wife, Samuel P.
I'annley, Clara S. Pannley,
his wife, Walter 8. Riddle,
John B. Riddle. T. Slilley
Riddle, Jane Wilon, Artene
cla Meriman, Maria Bealle,
Isabel Nichols, and Delia E.
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue ol an
Execution duly Issued oat of and under tbt-H-al
of the above entitled court. In the above enti
tled cause, to me duly directed and dated the
30th day of June, 1903. upon a judgment ren
dered and entered In said court on the 11th day
of October, 1902, in favor of Cha. If. Clot.
I'lslntitr. and aca'nst the defendant Walter.
Riddle and. Frcl Riddle, for tho sum of f&.fiG
costs, with iub-rest tlfreon at 6 imt rvnt per
annum from the 11th day of October, 1K, and
the costs of and upon this writ, I did on the
28th day of July, littS. dulv levy upop the fol
lowing descr'bed icat property, to-wlt:
Lots number 10 and 11 of Block number 11
and lots number 1 and 2 of block Dumber 12,
of the town of Riddle. Douglas county, Oregon,
together with all and singular the tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto
belonging or in any wise appertaining.
Now intrelore I will on
SATURDAY, the 2ath day of August. 1903,
at one o'clock p. m., of said day at the court
bouse front door, in Roseburg, Douglas county,
Oregon, sell at pnblic auction to the highest
bidder for 0. B. gold coin, cash in hand, all
the right, title and Interest the laid defendant
Walter o. Riddle and Fred Riddle hod in and to
the above described real property, or any part
thereof, to satisfy said execution, Interest and
Dated Roseburg, Oregon, Jnly 28 1903.
, L- PA.RROTT,
Sheriff of Douglas county. Oregon.
A t. if
A. M. Laurel hoi! ye o. Id.
fla aml f ,ml, Wmlnewlavs of em-h
month E. J.Strocd, W. M
. q. tj 'w.
A Meets the
' "i days of en
Roseburg Lodge No. lti.
second and fourth Moti-
cli month at 7:30 p. m..
in the I. 0. O. F. Hall. Members in
Hood ntandinc a' invited In Attend.
F.M Toziek M.W.
E. H. Lenox Recorder.
S West, Financier.
!. O. ELKS. Roseburg Lodge No.
326. Holds regular comwnuii'u
tiona at I O. O. F. Hall on eecond
and fourth Thursdays of each month.
All members requested to attend reitn
larlv and all visitins brothers are cordi
ally invited to attend.
F. B. Waits, E. R.
Rov McClallfn, Secretary.
CO. E, FOURTH REGIMENT. 0.
N. G., meets ut Armory Hall every
Thursday evenine, at 8 o'clock.
F. B. Hamlih, Capt
EGREE OF HONOR. Mystic Lodge
o. 13. Met and and 4tn lnure
day evanii.K of each month in Na
tive Sons' Hall Visitini; members cor
dially tattled tn a'tencl.
Mrs. Mkrit Wkst, C. of H.
E. H. Lksnoi. R--..
OF A. Court Duiu-la? No. 32, For
esters of America. Mets errr
TnifdH evenine in Nitiv- .-nr-V
Hall. Vi-iting brothi-" always welc- tn
S. W.VaxZile C. k.
E. H Lenox. K.
E. V. Hoover, Phvuician.
F. Philetariau Lodge No. S.
-ts in Odd Fellows' Temple, enr- ;
titr jHCKson anu i.aes streets, on
Satnr'a- rveninc of fch weK Mem
' here o' th" order in cood MHndini; are
i iuvitM 'o attend.
H. B. Gillette, N. G.
N.T Jkwett. Iv-cretary.
of P. Alpha Lodt'e No 47. -Mer
.-v-rv Wnply, in I. O. O. F
Hull ' 7:3tl . m. Mfmlra m
good e'andint: are invited to attend.
Geo. E. Hocck.
S.V RampK R. S.
O. T. M. Protection Tent No. 1ft.
Holds its regular Reviews the
first and third Friday of each
month in the I. 0. 0. hall. Visiting
members in good standing: are invited to
attend. Geo. W. Perkt, Com.
E. E. Blodgett, Record Keeper.
ILAC CIRCLE. No. 49, Women of
Woodcraft. Meeta on 2nd and 4th
Fridays of each month at the Na- i
tive Sons, Hall. Visiting members in j
rood standing are invito to attend. I
Madge Bcciia.san, Guardian Neighbor. !
Minnie Otev, Secy.
10. T. M. Roseborg Hive No. 11.
Holds its rp?nlr review noon th
ffrst and third Fridv e at 2:39 p m
of each month in the Native Sons' Hall.
sisters oi omer nives visiting in me city
are cordtallv invited tnattend onr re-
cIpws. H attif Mobi.v I. Hnw
Jessie Rapp.R. K.
E. S. Roeebnrg Chapter No. 8
Holds their regular meeting on the
at c-c ii an nn
nonth. Visiting members in good
itanding are respectfully invited to at
tend. Mrs. Nannie Fpbagce W. M.,
Macde Rast Secretary.
KEBEKAHS. Rceebnrg Rebekah
Lodw No. 41. 1. 0. 0. F.. meela in
Odd Fellows'Temple every Tuesday
evening. tslttng sisters and brethren
invited to attend.
Della Bbown, N. G.
Cor. Wimbekly. R. S.
g NITED ARTISANS. Umpqua As-
1 1 scmblv No. 105 meets everv Satur
v dav evening, at
Sons Hall. Visitin;
invited to attend.
S o'clock in Native
i Rev. S A. Docglas, M. A
i Miss. Lela Brown, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.-Oak I
Camn No. 125. Meets at the Odd
I Fellows' Hall, in Roseburs, every!
first and third Mondav evenine. Visit-,
n na mhbnrs alwavs welromB.
N. T. Jewett. C. 0
A. BrcnANAN, Clerk.
I j Odd Fellow's Temple, Meets first
w anu ttiint thtirsuav evenings each
month. Visitors cordiallv invited.
J. B. Hamilton. C. P.
T,., , c,:i,
Smith' Dandruff Pomade
Stops itching scalp upon one applica
tion, three to six removes all dandruff
and will stop falling hair. Price 50c.
Forsalo by Marstera Drug Co. mltf
For Sale A light dog cart very cneaj.
at twenty dollars. Enquire of Kent
& O'Neal Liveryman, Roseburg. Otp,
The public is hereby warned not to
trespass upon the premises, not to hunt
for or shoot any kind of bird or animal
on tho Da Motta farm and pasture land
located east of Roseburg under penalty
of the law made and provided.
M. T. Dawson, Prop.
Roseburg, Oregon, Aug. 18, 1003.
Cattle tor Sale.
Seven good cows and seven calves,
enquire at this office.
Notice for Publication.
United rtutea Lanil Offlcu,
Rnxcburt;, Oregon, June lb, 1503.
Notice li hereby glren that In compllane
with the provlnloni of the act ol Congreu ot
June S. )8.8, entitled "An act for the ale of
timber lands In the States of California, Oregon
Nevada .and WajhlnKton Territory." aa extend
ed to all the public land itatei by act of Aurual
HENRY II. BROOKE",
of lto'ebnrc County oi DoiiKlai. State of Ore
trnn, lias thlnUy tlifd In thl .office bis sworn
ta'cmviit No. b-VA, for the purchase nf the
NEJ- of hectlon S, townships ri, tinge I west
and will offer proof to show that the land souf hi
is more valuable for It timber or stone than
for agricultural purpoies, and to establish hU
claim before the Register and Receiver of this
Ulce of Roseburg, Oregon,
on Friday the Vim day uf September, 1903. Ha
nanus as wltnese: George Reed, II. L.
etudlry Margaret J- Brookes, D I'. Flber, all
of Koicburg, Oregon.
Any and all pernns claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file their
claims In this office on or before the 2Slh day of
J. T. BRIDGES,
Notice for Publication.
L'nlted States Land Office.
Roiebuir, Oregon, June 2. 1903.
Notice is hereby given that in compliant
with the provisions of the act of Conrrtu ot
June J, 1ST, entitled "An act for the rale ot
timber lands In the States of Callfonila,Oregoa
Nevada, and Washington Territory," aiexlend
d to all lh public land states by act of Angus
MARV E. CLAKK.
ofOthknsh, R. D. Box te". county of Winne
bago, Hi ate of WfoinIu i thUday filed la
this office her orn i t-ment No. 379, for
the purchase of the , S'A'H, SWJJ NEJ.
VWU SEJ ol Sec 2. Tr a. R W. and will
ofier proof to show that the land south t li more
valuatle for Its timber nr stone than for agri
cultural tmrpvses. an tnetlabllin her claim to
ail land elore the Rei-ier and Receiver of
this pffl -e at Ret-uiy, rron.
n Monday the tn day ' September. 1903.
She name as ttnescs: C U Clark, Martin
Kasmuen Hem in litrtz'irtm. and Roy
Bienna'd.nf Uthkosb, c-nii.iu
Anynd all persons claiming a'versely the-aboTedrscritA-d
lands are '. d to file thlr
claims la tnlsofiV on or U:!uru uMSih day
of September. 108. J.T. BRIDGES.
Jtuy 16p Register.
Notice for Publication.
fnlterf laU4 Land Office
Rotebane. Otwmi. June 12. 1J08.
Notice u hereby given that tn eomptlanco
wlth the provisions of the act of iv.umi of
, June X, 1ST, entitled "An act for the sale of
, timber lands in the Sutesof Call'ortiia.urepca
, NevaJa.andWaihlngtonTerriiorr.' uextend
sl to all the public land slate by act of August
JOHN L. WATSON.
, of Glide, county of D utla. rute r-f Oregon.
: has thl day filrd in this office bti m"i tate
' inert. No. i333, lor the r-'ircbax- "I . lie lots S
and 1. SW: NWVt. NWt; ifltj. .I KCtloa
4. in townhlp T, south, of raiic 2 west,
and will offer proof to show that the land too gal
Is more valuable for lis timber or u-ne than
for agricultural purposes, and to rstablUh hi
claim before the Register and Receiver of this
office of RoMsurg, Oregon,
on Tuesday the Zii day oi September, 1900.
He name as witness?: H. L. Essies. John
GwJner, John Grwanin. and R. J. Watson,
all of Peel. Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
: above-lescrioed lands are requested to fi'e their
claims in this office on or before said :2nd day
ofSrpt.lMg. J. T. BRIDGES.
Notice for Publication
Cnlted States Land Office.
Row banc. Orrgnn. June 72, 1X2.
Notice ts t re tiy given that tn compllancav
wllh the proitilcns of the act of Congress ot
Jsne3.1iXenlltled"Anact for the sale ot
Umber lands in the States of Callfornla.Oregoa
Nevadand Washington Terr! lory.' as extend
ed to aU the public lasd statas by act of AugusV
WILLIAM J. ENTROS5,
ot Oshkosh. county oi Winnebago. Sute o
WU..has this day filed in this office his sworn
slatement No. JA0. for the purchase of the
EV, SEi. 5Wi SEI. EE 5W ot sec
tion 4 tn Township South, Rai.re 4 WeV
and wlli offer proof to show thai the land sou ght
Is more valuablt for it Umber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim before the Register and Receiver ot this)
office of RoMbnrg. Oregon,
ot Monday, the th day ot September 1KB.
He names as witnesses: Roy Breanaad.
Frank F. Korllli. Martin Rasmuuen. and
Herman Harvht :m o'O'hkosh, Wlsc-Mit;:
AllT and a : jx -v.:. c.llir.rc advem.r '
above downb.il tan. a are rej jested tn flic" tb. r
clalm In this office on or before ld JSIh dav . f
eeptrrnber, 1XA J T BRIDGES.
Sheriffs NoUce of Sale ot Lands heretofore
sold to Ikwglas County iorTaxrt
By virtue oi a statute enacted by the Legisla
tive Assembl' of the State ot Oregon, for the
year 1901. 1 shall as Sheriff of PtKulas counir,
Oregon, offer lor sale and tell all lands to
; ?.?icJL'S" I.Y,,iS.tI: h," ?Si,ft!?.,i.tJc
sales, all of ald property shall be kW as real
. property Is told upon execution to the blgbesb
, bidder for cash in hand at the Court h use
front door, at Roeburz. Douglas County, Ore
! gon, t one o'clock p tn.. on
MiuKii.M, me umitay oi Auxutt, IMS,
acrl.'4 U " ,p" B r '
Lotsi. S. SEi ol Nvjj, soc 6 tp a r 6
ls5?5f!f vrw ,
N Wl of SEW. sec 2i tn SI rS 10 irm
SW-ir4, sec. 2 tp 21 f 4 iv 1ft) acres.
thrill Nh.sc7tpMr 5w,4 acres
SWiiofSWU. ee. ! tn 2S r. 9 ir . Nti of
NEt.v NEs of sWif, sec. If tp 3 r 9 w.. ifo acres
SE1.! Ot SEW. sec. 16 tn 22 r 4 sr.. 40 cn.
! WU of SE!,t. see X tp 29 r 5 w., HI acres.
EUof NE1, NWV; of NE, NE5i of NWt.
i see. Iltp2lr6 w . lw acres,
i NWt of SWV4', sec. tp 29 r v.. V aertn.
i NWlsol NEJi. sec 36 tu Ut .. 40 seres.
YS .f NW- ' 20 &cres sow Herry. sec. sa
ip r s w. . to acres.
SWWofNEH.SEofNVVJi.sec S6tp E
w , 80 acres.
oi .tu ot Atjj, see. 35 tp 32 r 7 w
SWT.-; sec. 6 tp 23 r 5 w.. ISO acres.
N of SWW.svc. S3 tp 22 riw, 40 acres.
Syi of sec 9 tp 27 r 7w., S aeres.
?a oi l4.
ec. 11 tn :ir( w
, M acres.
I i-ots 2. 7. 10, 11, sec. 10 tp 22 r 12 r., 161 acres.
, Lots 3 and 4 Block 2, lots a, 4 and 5 block 3,
Terrace Park Addition to the City of RosrburK.
, Gardiner Addition to Lois 1,2 and t Drain,
Lot 4 block S East Drain.
Dated at Roseburg, Oregon, Jul 13, 1SW
E. L. PaRROTT.
Sheriff ot Douglas County, Oresran.
EXECUTORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In County Court of Douglas county. State ol
In thu matter ot estate )
Martha Woodruff deceased)
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
bs been by the County Court of Donglas Coun.
ty, Oregon, appointed executors of the estate of
Martha Woodraff deceased. Whereon all per
sons Indebted to the said catato are hereby
notified to mako Immediate payment to the
undersigned at their residence In Coles Valley
precinct, Douglas county, Oregon, and all per
sons having claims against tho said estate will
present same verified as by law required with
in six months from dato ol this notice.
Dated Roseburg, Oregon, Feb. 14th. 1903.
, , R. A. WooDacrr,
"8P-1 K.T. WooDacrr.