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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1903)
Get your rifloa and shotguns nnd amU
nltion of S. K. Sykes
Samuol Patch, of Wnrdton, was a
Roseburg visitor, Friday.
William P. King nnd Thos. H. To n-
sond, made a business trip to Dixonvillo
Mrs. Ed. Goodchild, of Eugcno, is
visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank
Wilbur Ross began moving his house
hold uoods into his new residence) in
North Roseburg, today.
For Trade Small farms in Southern
Indiana to trado for Oregon property.
H. L. Ball. 33tf.
THE SHOE PROBLEfi
I inTcri uriCTP
to LfUIL3 JrUjtM.13.
V In Ladies' Jackets we have evcry
( thing that is to be desired. Also a
complete assortment of Furs.
Among our many attractions is a
cry pretty lino of Misses' and Chil
dren's Cloaks. Call and see them.
We have just rvcievcd a largo as 3,
sortment of Ladies' Skirts ranging in ftp
$1,75 to ;$8.COS
XOl e Proprietor
Ono Door South of P. O.
and Main Streets
Mrs. Belle Collins
Title (juarantee&Loan Co.
1. U. Hakiltos,
D C. Hamilton.
Sees. And Treas
Office in the Court IloufO. Have the only com
piete t ol abstract books In Douglas County
Abstracts and Certificates ol Title furnished to
Douglas county land and mining claims. Have
also a complete set ol Tracings of all township
plats In the Roseburg. Oregon, O. S. Lan d Dis
trlct. Will mate blue print copies ol any town
N. A. FOSTER & CO.,
Of everv descriytion. Farms and Min-
- T ... ... ,
Uregon, asmngion anu
Abstract of Title to Deeded Land.
Papers prepared for filing on Govern
Bine Points of Township Maps showing
Plans and Estimates for all Build
ings. Special designs for Office Fixtures
Office in new Bank Building. 'Phone 415
Of Local Interest,
Dr's. Cheadlo & Johnson, dentists.
J. Cobb has returned from Portland.
Dr's. Chcadle & Johnson, dentists.
For La Grippe try Osteopathy. S4-olO
For a nice job of shoeing go to H. L.
J. L. Clough, of Canyonville, waB in
L. S. Fortin, of Melrose, was a Rose
burg visitor, Saturday.
Victor Boyd, of Oaklaud, was in town
Do you intend to buy a Stove? If so,
go to S. K. Sykes, and get his prices.
S. K. Sykes is agent for the Fairbanks
Morse Gasoline Engines, the best made
Mrs. Oscaa LaForest, is visiting friends
Women's ills find prompt relief and
cure in Osteopathy. S4-ol0
W. R. and E. D. Wells, of Olalla,
were in town, Friday.
All kinds of mining tools sharpened
and repaired at H. L. Gould, the black
See Frank E. Alley for land scrip
Guaranteed perfect, and ready for
deliver'. Lowest market price.
All parties knowing themselves indebt
to S. K. Sykes. on notes and accounts
past due, will please call and settle.
S. K. Sykes.
The current topic for discussion for
the Mental Culture Club tomorrow,
Tuesday afternoon, will bo the Nicara
Tho ladies of the Christian church
will hold a window sale of home cooking
at Itho Buckingham grocery noxt Satur
day, ;ov. 7th.
Blue prints of township maps, fifty
cents each. Filing papers properly
prepared. Frank E. Alley, up stairs,
over Land Office.
Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tal-
lets are becoming a favorite f jr stomach
troubles and constitution. For sale by
A C Marsters & Co.
Mrs. J. T. Bridges and daughter,
Audrey, returned on Saturday evening's
local, from Portland, where Miss Aud
rey had been in a hospital.
Mis3 Dollie Dixon, left this morning
for Utah, where she will spend the
Dan T. Daniels and wife, and brother
Luther, have returned from Grants
Pass, and will hereafter reside in Rose-1
burg, Mr. Daniel's run having been
T. R. Sheridan made a
to Portland, this week.
U. S. Flournoy, of Flournoy valley,
was in town, Saturday.
J. S. Garner, of Glide, was m Rose- vjuaranieea rorest ueserve scrip
burg Saturday attending to business for sale in large or small quantities.
by Frank E. Allev. over the
Frank Conn, of Melrose, was doing
business in town Friday.
Rev. Mark .Mttnson went to Ixwna
Saturday, where he held services yester
Land Office Roseburg. Will place
same for non-resident purchasers.
Edward W. and W. S. Diller, of Mel
rose, were in town, Friday.
John Alexander and Arthur Blakely,
of Glide, were in town, Saturday.
Thos. Cobb is again in Roseburg, af
ter an extended trip to Portland.
Miss Marelle Mulkey, of Oakland, was
in Roseburg Monday, attending the Lux-
Geo. W. Tithian, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
was in Roseburg the latter part of the
week, on business.
Miss Kate Buick returned Saturday
night from Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
where she has been visiting her brother.
She also spent several weeks in Califor
nia, visiting friends, while en route
Chas. Gilvin left, Friday morning,
Albanv and Lebanon, on business.
See Frank E. Alley for reliable ab
stract of title to your property. Up
stairs over Land Office.
A. F. Rogers, representing the Blake-
McFall paper Co. was in town Friday.
Rosrburg High School Wins Against
Town With a Score of 11 to o.
Wasted. Girl for general housework.
Position in Roseburc. Enquire at this
Mrs. Tonv Thompson has returned
from Ashland, where she has been visit
ing her mother.
Rev. J. R. Landsborough, the Presby
terian minister at Glenilale, anu wile,
were in Roseburg Suturday.
Mel Thompson, left this morning for
Bremerton, Washington, where he may
decide to remain indefinitely.
L. Haynes, of Eugene, has accepted
a position as tousonial artist in J. H.
Avery interesting game of football
. . t . . i r Dk.aI 1
was piayea saiuruay uieruuuu Woodruff's barber shop
between an aggregation 01 .uoseuurK a
star atheletes styling themselves the
"finrmnn Ralls", and the Roseburc Hish
School Eleven. While tho "Cannon
Balls'Vere much the heavier team, they
lacked the fast, suaj py work and endur
ance- of the Bish School team, and as a
L. T. Thompson and son,
Valley, were iu town Saturday with a
load of Chester While hogs.
What might have proven a disastrous
accident, if not a fatal ono, took place,
Saturday evening, at the residence of
Mrs. Betty Snyder, in the Rose grove.
A jar was standing on a shelf and, wish
ing to make use of the jar, which was
supposed to contain rome old tea. Miss
Vivian Jewett, tho niece of Mrs. Sny
der, threw the contents, which proved
to bo gunpowder, into tho fire.
At once there was an explosion and
stove litis, cooKtng utensils, etc, were
blown to all parts of the house. Miss
Jewett, however, escaped with a severe-
of Coles ( Iy burned hand and badly singed hair.
Mrs. R. W. Terrell and little son
went to Oakland, haturday, lor a snort
consequence the High School won by a visit wifli Mrs. Terrell's grandmother.
score of 11 to 0, the touchdown being
made by Casey and llannan.
Tli linp-un of the two teams was as
In Justice Buchanan's Court, Friday
afternoon, Sheridan Croy charged with
assault with intent to kill Geo. E
Brown, a stage driver, waived examina
tion and was bound over to appear at
the next term of Circuit Court, under a
bond of 1 1000, with James O. Newland
and S. K. Sykes. as sureties. Croy ar
peared in Roseburg, Friday morning and
voluntarily gave himself up. He savs
Is your property for sale? If so, the report that his wife was implicated
fUiwmntl.v rains new adherents everv see Frank E. Alley and have the title in the fray is untrue, and according to
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Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Chisholm left,
Friday morning, for Cottage Grove,
where they will reside permanently.
Lee Thornton came down from Salem
Fridav evening to attend to business
matters, and returned Sunday.
Drs. E. Dngas and Geo. E. Houck,
went to Eugene this morningas witness
es in the case of Gorrell vs. Douglas Co.
Referee. T R Townsend. Umpire II
Kio.-ona Lineman. Strong and Fickle.
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day. Why? Because of its permanent
rastilLS Willi eo-caueu iiu-urauic mc-
eases . jm-uiu
Mrs. N. C. Risley, who has been visit-,
inn her daughter, Mrs. Thos. Thomas,
Wr. Fndav mornmz. for her home in
Rev. Father Beutgen, formerly sta
tioned at Roseburg, but now at Euge nc
was in Roseburc, Friday and Saturday,
greeting old friends.
Mrs. E. C. Sacry, who has been visit-
. r - f t iw t tit r..ll
inc tne lamnv 01 nirs. i. n. jiuiich
examined and secure an abstract of
If troubled with a weak digestion try
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. Thev will ! vou cood. For sale
bv A. C. M aretera & Co.
County Judge Thompson left yester
day morning for Eugene, where he will
be in attendance todav m the case of
Gorrel vs. Douglas county.
his btory it is Brown who was tho ag
gressor 11ifle.nl ot Croy. liroun is now
getting ah ng nicely and will pooh Iwat
MITCHELL WILLIAMS At Yoncal-
la, 1 hursday, Oct. 29, 1903, at the
residence of Mrs. A. E. McCurdy, F.
J. Mitchell and Miss Edith Williams,
Justice of the Peace, Fred Mcinzer.
for the past month, went to Drain, Sat- work Qn ,Jle
urday, where she will visit friends. hone ,mu in Ulc ,
Jas. A. fctcrhng, ol Urain, was over
from Drain, Saturday. He expects to
phone line in me near luture.
Hollow E'en Social.
On Friday night the L. O. T. M lodge
.rave a Hollow E'en social at the lodge
rooms, which was well attended and
rreatlv enioved by all present. An ex
cellent program was rendered, after
which a dainty lunch was served and a
social session. Be-
low is the program.
Piano Solo, "Tam O'Shanter,
Vnr in formation about Osteopathy do
not ask some one who knows no moro
than vou do yourself. Consult Dr. H.
L. Studley and get the truth. S4-ol0
Civil Engineer, R. W. Fcnn and
Albert Abraham, left Saturday morning
fr fMpnilale where the Abraham's es
tate is about to install a city
Rev. Tufts, the Secretary of the Anti-
Saloon League, was in Roseburg, Thurs
day and Friday, making arrangements
for a fight against tho local saloons.
LUX MILLER. In Roseburg, Mon
day, Nov. 2. 1903, at the office of the
olhciating Justice, P. A. I.tix. of Saci-
naw. and Miss Kose h. Miller, ol .Myr
tle Creek, Justice J. A. Buchanan
Mrs. K. S. Taylor, who has been visit
ing her sister, Mrs. L. M. Ross, of this
water 1 city for the past ten days, returned Fri
day morning to her homo in Oakland.
Hunter I. Brown, who has been em
ployed in Frank E. Alley's office for the
Grace .Moore -gt two months, left triday evening
Are you thinking about
property in Douglas County?
Piano" Solo, Merta Balcs for San Jose, where he contemplates it will pay you to have Frank E. Alley Ro8Cburg,
PI LKINGTON PATTERSON In Port
land, Thursday evening, Oct. 29, 1903,
at the M. E. parsonage on 221 Eleventh
St., Ira A. Pilkington and Mrs. Grace
Patterson, Rev. Dr. Calbert official
The groom is a well and favorably
known young blacksmith, of Roseburg,
while the bride is one of Portland's es
timable young ladies'. Tho happy
couple arrived on Friday evening's local
and will niako their luture homo in
Pop a quarter of a century we've
been "busy solving shoe problems
solving them for man, woman and
child solving them successfully.
In the selection of our fall shoe
stock we have called to our aid this
long and successful experience. The
result is a mighty gathering of fall
footwear embodying in an unrivaled
degree of style, comfort, durability
and moderateness of price.
We want you to get better ac
quainted with our big shoe depart
ment. It's chuck full of attractive
things and the prices are attractive,
rsmrjr 111 11 1 iiii 1 11 p mm i w Hi
i Have You Seen That
S FINF 0A RFIWftftlH SUIT 1
I We are showing in our window. It is up-to-date
I A full line of Bedroom Suits can be found on our floor
I ALSO THE LATEST IN IRON BEDS.
i If yon need Blankets or Comforts we have them 3
From the cheap to the best.
A fall line of Mattresses and Pillows.
One of our Elastic Cotton Felt Mattresses
are hard to beat.
B. W. STRONG
The Furniture Man
Recitation. "TJic Jinere,
v.i Knin Mrs. A. T. Steiner
Piano Solo .Blanche Beard
a.m,c II. II. Brookes
7K iomt nnd 130 ewes. Merino and
Address Paul V. Cuvil-
ier, WarJton, Orenon.
County Treasurer's Notice.
making his future home.
Percv Cochran formerly of Oakland,
who has been visiting his grand-father
who resides in Edenbower for tho past
lnft Fndav for Ins new Homo in
nTn,ifnril"where his father is now en
gaged in tho Insurance bueiness.
Prof. J. H. Hobbs, who has been
teaching at Elkton, was in Koseburg
Saturday, lie has been engaged as an
additional teacher to finish the winter
Arm ofRchool at tho Oakland Public
District Attorney Geo. M. Brown, left
Saturday morning for Eugene, where he
will annear for Donclaa County in the
damage suit of Gorrell vs Douglas coun
Frank Skidmorc, who has been isit-
mg ins cousin, miuon Lien, 01 mo
Kandy Kitchen, left this morning for
Eucene. where ho will remain for the
Lillian M. Phelps, B. O., lecturer, so
cioloirical and historical, will deliver a
Kotice is hereby given to all parties
holding county warrants endorsed prior ectur0 at tl0 M p. church, this (Mon
to and including May 4, 1901, are re- evcning at 8 o'clock. The subject
niipcted to present tne same ui- ... , st- Georgo and tlie Uragon,
County Treasurer s omce iox - Thia .g & fine BUbject and win repay your
Uftoiwlnnco and besides you are moat
cordially invite! lo attend
If you want to see or purchase the
very best vapor cabinet manuiactureu,
go to A. C. Marsters & Co. and inspect
tho renowned Buckeye. It is warranted
n every particular. 73-tf.
aftpr Hie date I
interesi win ceant "jv.v,
nf iImh notice.
Ta..i Itoseburir. Douglas County,
Oregon, Oct. 22, 1903.
Geo. W. Dimmick,
Vnre bred bronze turkeys
rci.i.ion. J2.50: hens, f2. Mrs
The damage suit of Frank Gorrel vs
Pouglas county, for ?1 1,000 is being
heard today in Euiienc. Attorney O. I .
Coshow. who reprepents Mr. Gorrel,
left for Eugene, Thursday night, it
will lm remembered that Mr. Gorrel,
horpes and wagon fell through tho coun
f lipiil. over Hubbard creek, near
M ill wood, over a year ago.
D. S. T. West, firo insurance, notary
public, city property rented, county and
city warrants bought, and collections
made. OlIU-o on Jackson street, No. 407,
Hoover building, opposito post office.
The Plai.vdealk joins the many friends
of Mr. and Mrs. Pilkington in wishing
them a long and happy wedded life.
SHAMBROOK In Portland, Sunday
morning, Nov. 1 1903, George Freder
ick Shambrook, of stomach trouble,
Deceased was the son of Mr. and Mrs
D. R. Shambrook, and was 20 years and
4 months of age. He had been having
ill health for tho past year and tho end
was looked for at any time. About two
weeks ago ho was taken to Portland for
treatment, where ho underwent an
operation last Tuesday, without improv
ing his condition, and at 2 o'clock Sun
day morning ho breathed his lost.
Tho funeral was held from tho family
home on tho corner of Douglas streets
this niternoon. Intorniont followed in
tho Masonic Cemetery.
Ward's Funny People Co.
Hie show ol this naino billed to xp-
pear at tne opera House is a vauuevuie
attraction and one of the beet of its kind
ever visiting this coast. It is headed by j
the "Handsome Harry" Ward, ably as
sisted bv a company of stare Mrs. H.
F. Ward is well known out west, she
having appeared here as Miss Bertie
Beckett, of New York. Alvino.Carcino,
the acrobat, is a wonder, while the
Frantiscos, who burlesque his ierform-
ance, are so very funny that you cannot
help but laugh. May George, the Flori
da Nightingale, is simply perfect in her
comic and sentimental songs. This is
Miss George's last appearance on the
Coast, as she has signed with a company
to go to France. Moneyhnnd, the mash
er, is a comical little fellow who is war
ranted to euro tho very worst case of
blues. Piatt, tho impersonator, and
Rogowanol, tho lightning changeman,
are a pair of artists not to bo outclassed
anywhere. They form a show by them
selves. 1-ast but not least is Symtehio,
tho strong man, who allown an 800-
nouud rock to bo broken on his bare
chest. Tho rock is weighed and broken
by some ono in tho opera houso, well
known to the public. Taken altogether
tho show is ono not to bo surpassed by
any in its lino, ino price oi admission
is 25. 35 and 50 cents. Tickets on safe
Notice for Publication.
I'nltol Futc LAtti 03
Kowbunc. Orrsnti. Oct.il ra.
Nolle u hereby itxen tbtl In comrtluio
with the proTltloni ot the act of Concrru of
June 5, UTS.enUtlcd "An rt far It ol
timber ludi la the Sutei c! Cll.'ornli.Orcoa
NTd.in(l Wuhingtea "errttor7."utxtenl
ed to all Ih public Uat ilMi bj- ct ol Aug-oxt
FRANK F DOLE5BY.
ol Portland, county ot Multnomah. Mate ol I
Orcson. baa tbU dajr filed In tht i CicebUl
worn statement No. 2674. tor tbe parchaM ot I
tbe HEK of section No. 31 In tgwxubtp No. 2S I
loo lb ot ranee No. $ vnt
and will ojfer proof to ibow that tbe land aou(bt
ii mors raiuauie lor iu umwr or atone man
for agricultural purpofei, and to eitablUh bU
claim letore tbe Re fritter and Becclrcr ol tbli
office ol Roseburc. Orecon.
on FrldiT, the Uih dar ot February. 19CO. Bo I
name aa hIuioki: Minnie Harm. rorUand.
Ore., W. II. McCkw-cu, J. W. Gardner. John
so nets ol Kcocburr. urexon.
Any and all wmni clalrolns adrersel)- tbe I
nbove described land are rcaiicsted lo file I
tiiclr claim in thia office on or before the said I
12th 'lnr ot February, 19U.
Oct S p Ecslslcr.
Petition for Dismissal.
A petition signed by tho leading busi
iiess men of Roseburg, has been mailed
to the S. P. R. R. officials at Portland
asking them to restore tho daily local
freight svstom between Roseburg and
In the suit of tho Leona Mill Lumber
Co. vs. E. B. Spangcubcrg, to recover
$1713.89, tho Leona Mills Co., through
their attorney Louis Barr.ce ask that tho
Portland which was recently reduced to I case bo dismissed, tho samo having been
three limes a week. I Bottled out of court,
At Glendalo, Friday morning, tho tw
story opera houso building owned by
Brad S. Radcliffo was burned to tho
ground. Tho upper story of, tho build
ing was used aj a loilgo hall and opera
houso. In tho eastern half of tho lower
story a saloon was conducted by Mr.
Radcliffo and a restaurant in tho west
ern end by Mrs. fcaran uomi irom
which place tho firo is supposed to havo
started. Fortunately tho Glendalo
Hotel on tho west, tho residence ot Mr
Radcliffo on tho south and tho store
building on tho west woro Bituated far
enough away to escapo with only a sligh
scorching. Mr. Radcliffo estimates his
loss at 14000 with $1500 insurance. Tho
citizens of Glendalo may consider them
selves lucky to escapo so easily when
slight wind would havo Bpread tho firo
over tho wholo town anil with no firo
facilities it would havo taken but a short
into to consume all tho building.
A. H. Thompson, tho receiver of
tho United States land office, at La
Grando, was indicted by tho fedoml
grand jury at Portland, last Thurs
day, on a charce of soliciting bribos
from three persons in connection with
United State Land OSicc,
Roscburp, Oregon. Oct- 25, 1933.
Notice u hereby rlren that Is coznpllane
with the proTblona ot the act ot Goncre ot
nnaS.1878. entitled "An act for the tale ot
timber l&ndi In the States ol California. Oregon
Nerada .and Waahln gton Territory," aj extend
ed to aU the publlo land tutu by act oi August
JOHN O. KENDALL.
nl Minneapolis, county ot Hennepin, state o
Minnesota, nas inn uay uieu in u ommnii
sworn statement No. STS4, tor the pu'Chaso ol
tbe aonth cast (lusrterot section ho. H, town
ship 27 south, range S west
and will otter prooltoshow that tbelanasouc&l
Is more valuable lor Its timber or stone than
lor agricultural purposes, ana to cstaonsn nis
claim before the Register and BeeelTar of this
otflce ol Kojobun, Ore eon..
on Monday, the wth day ot March. 1M4. He
names as witnesses: Charles Tbom, John
Thorn, of Roscburj;; John Decker, Frank long.
ot Cleveland, ure.
Any and ail persons claiming adversely the
above described lauds arc requested to file their
claims in this office on or before tbe said Stlh
day ot March, 1M. J. T. UKJlXiK.
The "Kaufman Warwick'
Overcoat is so perfectly made
that to distinguish it from the
highest priced custom tailored
coat, vrould be impossible.
There is nothing: lacking in these
coats, for they areas well made
as it is possible for master
tailors to build them. They are
exceptionally clever in appear
ance and are sure to meet the
instant approval of every par
ticular dresser. They are broad
shouldered and toppy and will
fit to perfection.
They are all h&nd made, and
guaranteed to wear, or money
The velvet collars are oi the best
sflk velvet and will wear as long
as the garment. Much annoy
ance Is caused by collars wear
The materials: Kerseys, Meltons,
Ask to see them at
Notice for Publication. Woollenberg BrOS.
One good horso cheap,
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed was, by the County Court, o
Douglas County, Oregon, on the 16th
day of September 1903, duly appointed
Just arrived from tho factory a car Executrix of the Estate of Jacob Lehn
load of the celebrated Pago fence, which
is cheaper than a board ence 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 thia county. For circulars and prices
address Stearns & Chenowoth, Oakland,
Ore., or S. B. Crouch, Oakland, Ore. ly
P. A. Wilson, ono ol Kiddles promi-l
nent citizens is in the city today.
M. and Mrs. L. 0. Hughes of Lurley
wero in Roseburg tod.iy on business.
20 tiers oak stovewood, SO tiers grub
blockwood. D. S. K. Buic 4Stf.
All persons having claims against the
aforsaid estate, will present the same,
duly verified to me at Camas Valley,
Douglas County, Oregon, within six
months from the date hereof.
First publication of this Notice Sept.
Executrix of tho Estate of Jacob Lehn-
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. J. Brown left Fri
day night for Mt. Tabor, near Portland
where Mr. Brown will engage in tho
Only Makes a Bad Matter Worse
Perhaps you havo never thought of it
but tho fact must bo apparent to every
ono that constipation is caused by a lack
of water in tho system, and tho uso of
drastic cathartics like tho old fashioned
pills only mnkes a bad matter worse.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets aro much moro mild and gentlo in
thoir effect, and when tho proper dose
is taken their action is so natural that
ono can hardly realise it is tho effect
of a m edicino. Try a 25 cent bottlo of
thorn. For salo by A 0 Marsters A Co.
Notice for Publication.
United States Land Office.
Koscourg, Oregon. Auk 10, 13)3.
Notice Is hereby given that la ecmpllaneo
with the provisions ot the act ol Congress ot
June S. ISM. entitled "An set for the sale ot
timber lands in the Statno' California. Orejron
Nevada .and Washington Territory," asextend
d to all ths publlo land states by act ol A Ujruat
m, ' .
ot Montesano. county ot Chehalis. state ot
Washington has this day filed In this office his
sworn st ilcment Ko. S006 for tho purchase ot
the Northeast Quarter ol Section X. 2t, In
Township No. '27 south ol range No. 3 west
and will olter proof to show that the land sought
is more vaiuaoie lor iu iimcer or stone man
for agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim before the Register and Receiver ot this
olflca ol RoMbura. Or too.
on Friday the 'hid lay oi January. 1901. lie
names as wltneson; Matlle M. Shannon, Ab
erdcen. Wash., B. Krakenberger, Roseburg,
Ufa., ram uary, KoscDurg. ore., J. it. Maris
Any anil a.l persons claiming adversely the
above described lands aro requested to file
their claims lu this office or or before said 'ilm!
day ol Jan, 1301 J. T. BRIDGES,
..ONE MUM PREMIUM..
lbs Rosetarg Jnk asd Wite Co.
Will pay a premium of SI in addition to
the regular price of $10 on each ton of
cast iron this offer to hold good until
We Also Want
Hides, Furs, Brass, Copper, Lead, Zinc.
Rubber and becond Hand Furniture
Cor. Oik andBose SU..Opn. Barnard's Btsis
A girl to do general housework,
o Mrs. 0. A. Sehlbredo,
iib.v Ore. tfo29