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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1903)
We are now prepared to show Holiday buyers all
the new novelties and fancy creations both useful and
ornisnental, and handbed exclusively by us.
A few of the nobby things we are prepared to show iu our holiday
line are; Fancy work Brackets, Haukerckief Boxes, Chatelaine
Bags, Novelty Purses, Collar & CufF Boxes, Kid aud Golf Gloves
Silk and linen Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, New Neckwear Fancy and
useful Suspenders, new Silk and Fancy handle Umbrellas, Hats,
Shoes, Clothing aud other articles too numerous to mention.
The People s
One Door South of I. O.
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Anyone sending a sketch and description may
cnlcklT ascertain onr opinion Ireo whether an
Inrentlon Is probably riatcntable. Oommnnlca
UonsBtrlctlyconlldentlal. HANDBOOK on Patents
sent free. Oldest apency for seennng patents.
Patents taken thronch Mnnn & Co. receive
tpettal noticf, wlthont charee. In the
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. lArrest cir
culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, Jo a
year: fonr months, tL Sold by all newsdealers.
MN&Go.3S,Braas'- New York
Branch Office, OS F SU Washington. D. C
Dr's. Cheadle fc Johnson, dentists.
Mrs. R. Winniiord, of Oakland, was
in the city yesterday.
J. Ingall?, of Saginaw, was registered
at the McC'allen, yesterday.
For Trade Small farms in Southern
Indiana to r de for Oregon property.
. t.. 33tf.
and Main Streets
Airs. Belle Collins
Title (juarantee&Loan Co.
J. D. Hauiltos,
D C. IlAinLTOS,
Secy, and Treas
OElce in the Conrt Bocsc Have the only com
plete set of abstract books In Douglas County
Abstracts and Certificates ot Title Inrnit hed to
Douglas county land and mining claims. Hare
also a complete ret of Tracings of all township
plats in the Roseburg. Oregon. TJ. S. Lan d Dis
trict. Will make bine print copies of any town
N. A. FOSTER & CO.,
Of everv descriytion. Farms and Min-
Oregon, Washington and
Abstract of Title to Deeded Land.
Papers prepared for filing on Govern
Bine Prints of Township Maps showing
all vacant Lands.
Plans and Estimates for all Build
ings. Special designs for Office Fixtures
Office in new Bank Building. 'Phone 415
i. i -. ). we sell right; we name
;.- i ti i-onfidence. Implements
iiaidwure S. K. Svkes.
Just arrived from the factory a car
load of the celebrated Page 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 ie
used and endorsed by the leading men
of this county. For circulars and prices
address Stearns & Chenoweth, Oakland,
Ore., or S. B. Crouch, Oakland, Ore. ly
A Direct Line
to Chicago and all jwinls ea?t ; Louis
ville, Memphis, New Orleans, and all
See that your ticket reads via the IL
LINOIS CENTRAL R. R. Thoroughly
modern trains connect with all trans
continental lines at St. Paul and Oma
Is property for said? If so,
see Frank E. Alley and have the title
examined and secure an abstract of
Investigate, compare. Wo seek
your business only on the basis of mu
tual snterest. Hardware etc. S. K.
In addition to low prices wo guaran
tee prompt service and absolute satis
faction. Stoves and tinware S. K.
Mrs. Ed. Jennings will leave here
soon, to rejoin her husband at Grants
Pass, where they will reside for an in
Miss Eliza Cobb, left on Wednesday
morning's local for Cottage Grove,
where she will visit .Miss Delia Durham
for a few days.
If troubled with a weak digestion try
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. They will do you good. For Eale
by A. C. Marsters & Co.
Fob Sale. A ten-acre apple orchard
in Brooks' First addition to Roseburg.
Will be sold cheap. Enquire at this of
fice for full particulars. S6-ltn-p
Mrs. A. L. DuGas, president of the
Women's Relief Corps of this city, has
received the appointment of national
aid to the general order for Oregon.
Are you thinking about buying
property in Douglas County? If so
it will pay you to have Frank E. Alley
examine the title before purchasing,
Prof. Sanders, is at his post again
this week as principal of the High
School, having been forced to stay home
last week, the result of a severe case of
D. S. T. West, fire insurance, notary
public, city property rented, county and
city warrants bought, and collections
made. Office on Jackson street, No. 407.
Hoover building, opposite post office.
B. M. Watson, who recently removed
to this city from Clierryvale, Kansas,
has purchased a half interest in the
grocery business of A. Schloeman, and
the business will be operated now under
the firm name -f Scholeman & Watson.
Governor Geo. E. Chamberla'n was in
the city yesterday from Salem, to pay
his regular quarterly visit to the Sol
diers' Home. In the afternoon the
Governor drove into the city with Com
mandant Elder, and greeted many of his
old friends here.
Representative Schiller Hermann o
Coos county, stopped over in the city.
Tuesday, on his way from Myrtle
Point to attend the special meeting of
the State Legislature, next week. Mr.
Hermann was accompanied by Ralph
Nosier, of Coquille They left for Port
CheaJle A Johnson, dentists.
John B inks, of O.ikland, was register
ed at the McClallen, Tuesday.
G. L. Coon, of Camas Valley, was in
the city, Tues lay, on business.
E. D. Galbreath, of Cottage Grove,
was a Ikoseburg visitor, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs S. H. Russell, of Riddle,
were Roseburg visitors, Tuesday.
M. A. Craig, of Myrtle Creek, trans
acted business in the city, Tuesday.
J. J. Hoffman, of Cottage Grove, was
registered at the McClallen, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Adkins, of Myrtle
Creek, were visiting in our city, Tues
day. Stomach trouble respond to Osteo
pathy, and for rheumatism there is
none better. 99 d31
See Frank E. Alley for reliable ab
stract of title to your property. Up
stairs over Land Office.
For boots and shooes of all kinds and
description go to Ash & Attwell at Hildo
braud's old store, Roseburg. tf
Attornor J. F. Hamilton is here from
Astoria, visiting at the home of his par
ents, Dr. and Mrs. S. Hamilton.
See Frank E. Alley for land scrip.
Guaranteed perfect, and ready for
delivery. Lowest market price.
If you want genuine bargains in dry
goods, clothing, boots and shoes, call on
Ash a Attwell at Hildebrand'sold store, tf
Blue prints of township maps, fifty
cents each. Filing papers properly
prepared. Frank E. Alley, up stair?,
over Land Office.
T. C. White of Eiigono was in Koso
Wm. Beckluv. of Oakland, was in tlio
S. M. Brittof Glido was a Roseburg
Osteopathy removes the cause and
niituro does tho rest. O'J d31
W. H. Blovina of Albany is registered
nt tho MeClallon today.
Mies Marie Masterso i of Eugono was
visiting in our city today.
Mrs. Hay Carlon of Grants Pass la
visiting relatives in this city.
C. D. Drain, of Drain, wub attending
to business niattora in tho city, Tuesday
Frank Good, Jr., and John Pierce
were in tho city, Tuesday, from Clove-
Charles Weatherly. of Elkton, was a
business visitor in tho city, Tuesday and
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ouine of Riddle
were in the city today and registered at
John W. Price and son, W. F. Price,
of Oak Creek, were in tho city yester
day on business.
Get your abstracts ot title from J. D.
Hamilton. He has the only complete
set of abstract 1j ks in the county, tf
Lester Be.l will leave, Friday evening,
for Elkton, to spend the holidays with
his parents, Mr. nnd Jrs. S. V. Bell, of
Foreign growths, goitre etc are cured
bv OsteoiKithv. See Dr. Studloy for
freo consultation. Indies' diseases a
speciality. SW d31
Mr and Mrs. Eugene Hoover, left for
their home in Modford Tuesday morn
ing, after a visit with relatives and
friends in this city.
Dr. Iwu's superior glasses cost no
more than others and yon have tho ben
efit of his skill anil over 17 je.irs exjeri
enee. See him Dec the 22. J0-2t
Tho Roseburg Cook I took, by tho Wo
man's Guild of St. George's church, is
now ready, and for sale at Cannon's
Book Store at f0e per copy. S)3-luio-pd
.Miss Helen V. Smith returned from
Portland last evening where she has
been attending business college, to
spend the holidays at her home in this
The Rosoburg lodgo of "Royal Neigh
bors" will meet Friday afternoon, Dec.
ISth at 2 o'clock in the Native Son's
Hall. AH motnlrers are requested to be
Have Dr. Lowe cure your eye- and
headaches by removing the cause with
a pair of his superior glasses. Consult
him Dec 22. Call in the morning if
Floyd Murphy, formerly a laundry
man in this city, but now located in
San Francisco, is in the city to spend
the liolkluys with his mother, Mrs. C.
Judge Henry L. Benson of Klamath
county, having closed a circuit court
session at Corvallis for Judge Hamilton
of this city, stopped over here today en
E. Waldman, Grand Chancellor of
THE SHOE PROBLEfl
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,
fOSEPHSON'S g. ROSEBURG, ORE.
We have great bai gains to offer iu
Incubators, Brooders,8oneC utters
Write at once for Bargain sheet
Portland Seed Company, Portland, Oregon
The Poultry Supply Pousc of the Northwest
Just received at the Plai.ndealer of
fice. twenty-five fonts of the very latest i the Knights of Pythias of Oregon was in
work of art in job type and borders.
Now is the time to get up-to-date or
down-to-date commercial printing.
Remember next Tuesday, the 22, ono
day onJy, Dr. Lowe, the opticiau, will
be at the McClallen House. Call in the
morning and avoid the afternoon rush.
Won't be back for three months. 00-2t
.V.iss Gertrude O'Brian, who has L-een
Josephson's popular milliner during the
past season, will leave Sunday morning
for Eugene to spend the holidays with
her parents, afterward going on to Port
land. J. E. Olive, the photographer, having
sold his studio here, left Tuesday morn
ing for his former home in Santa Cruz,
Calif. Although hero but a few months
Mr. Olive leaves many friends to regret
Messrs. Ash A Attwell, ot Cascade
Locke, have purchased the Ilildehraud
stock of goods and opened the store
They will be pleased to meet all the citi
zens of Douglas county who want good
goods at reasonable prices. tf
If your friends are coming west let us , . Vinint. on the overland.
n-ill nnnte llipm ilirpct the I
l ., 1 1
me stage over uio .uarminuiu iuhu
which during the summer reached here
at 1 o'clock a. m., rarely reaches hero
before 9 o'clock now, owing to tho very
muddy condition of the roads. The
horses and wagon are covered with mud,
and the driver deserves credit for stick
ing to his post, and sympathy in his
tedious all-night drive.
The first Basket Bill game of tho sea
son, will be played at the Opera House
Christmas Day, when tho public will
have a chance to see two games for one
admission. Four contesting tcalns from
the High School will play on that day.
two teams picked from among the girls,
and two teams representing the High
The Wiedeman Company are playing
Enecialiy low rates now in effect from
all eastern points.
Any information as to rates, routes,
etc., cheerfully given on apblication.
P. H. TRUMBULL,
142 Third St., Portland, Ore.
J. C. Lindsey,
T. F. & P. A.,
142 Third St., Portland, Ore.
P. B. Thompson,
F. & P. A..
Boom 1, Colman Bldg., Seattle,
County Treasurer's Notice.
Xoticc is hereby uiveu to all parties
holding county warrants endorsed prior
to and mciuaing a.ay . - - . . .,,:, at tllo Onera House
the same at, "e ',...,.,
niguny, eacn act is wen uiumuuucu on
nnpFtod to present
County Treasurer's office for payment as
interest will cease thereon after the date
if Miifl notice.
twi Ttnseburc. Douglas County,
Oregon, Oct. 22, 1903. '
Geo. W. Dimmick,
81.8t County Treasurer.
floney to Loan.
irnthn snecialties betwen acts This
evening they present "For a Million"
and Friday evening, their great play
the "Old Lime Kiln," a Saturday mati
nee and in the evening tho "Two
Tramps". All who witness me piayt
are assured of a good laugh and an en
joyable evening's entertainment.
Rice and Rice, the hoiiBe furnishers
o Blinwirip a beautiful and' varied as-
canital I am
. . n anr 1
nrpnarea tO loan IiiUJif j - - ... i r.
' ..i tnt or per- ble for lionuay gins ami r.
f,oa.fWiou- . a860rtme,t includes fancy
T- ??" to Purchase good notes at a bowls, individual plates, individual cups
outright, or to purcnase t,o co.,Brn individual coffee and choco
rrl an (111 I'll Lllll U I 31I1U cauvm -'l ----- -
.lirrnnnt. me iiiuhkj . 7 !., .1 fu,,nv
. . .. . 1 i. canm lav lulu pets, water seio cut k"od v
be paid or dra is issueu ... - - M l0 plcaee tlie
... , .
and tne reason uiu
We iust want to state this fact: lie;
elegant programmes and ball pio
grainmes recently printed in Roseburg
were turned out at the Plaisdealer
ouicc. The Elks programme is a fair
sample of the work turned out by our
Fred A. Erixfon, of Salem, who erect
ed the Iouglas Count' Bank in this cily
in 1902, was last Saturday elected by
the state commission for the Lewis and
Clark exposition, which met in Port
land, superintendent of construction of
buildings, fixing his salary at $7.50 per
day, for each day of actual employment.
The Improved Mineral Smelter Co.
filed articles of ineorj oration in Port
land, last Saturday, to operate in Cana
da. The capital stock is $1C3,000 and
the incorjwrators are W. E. Clingenpeel
and Maurice Blanchard, of this city,
and Otto Parker, of Portland. Attorney
A. Sehlbrede, formerly of this city,
but now of Portland, is a stockholder,
and president of the concern. The same
company filed articles of incorporation
in Roseburg a few months ago, to oper
ate in the Unite 1 States.
Last nights count of votes for the
High School popular pupil contest re
sulted with three persons running very
close for first place. Mar Hanan is still
in first place, with Misses Nita Kabat
and Polly Campbell cloeo seconds. Tho
contest closes Wednesday. Dec. 23. Tho
vote is as follows:
Mar Hanan C95
Nita Kabat ....635
Polly Campbell 025
Frank Berry 150
Grace LaBrio 125
Marv Parks 125
Scattering, 1193; total 3548.
City Marshal Drake, of Mrytlo Creek,
brdia'itto Roseburg, Tuesday, Frank
Bead -II charged with larceny. Randall
vu tlaced in the county jail to await
ih nxt term of Circuit Court. "Tho
rifl )ner was nccused by a man named
the city yesterday from Portland, and
in the evening paid an ollicial visit to
the local kxlgu.
If the scoundrels who are doing the
hold up act, robbery and attempted
murder in Roseburg are caught, there
is likely to be a tragic end by suspended
Geo. Robinson is convalescent from
his recent illness, and will resume his
duties tomorrow at Woodruff's barber
shop. We are all glad to see George
If you want to see or purchase the
very best vapor cabinet manufactured,
go to A. C. Marsters & Co. and inspect
the renowned Buckeye. It is warranted
n every particular. 7J-t f.
The work of excavation for the new
High school building is progressing very
nicely, and if tho work is kept up at the
present rte the building will be com
pleted within the allotted tune.
.1. W. Holmes of Omaha, Neb., is in
town today. Mr. Holmes is general
manager for the Cudahy Packing com
pany of Omaha, aud is on a trip looking
after the interests of his company.
T. E. Bledsoe of the Leona Mills Lum
ber company, was in the city Wednes
day. He reports their mills working
steadily, although handicapped by lack
of cats for shipment of their material.
Miss Hattie Harvey, of Gardiner,
who has been visiting at the home
of J mice M. I). Thompson, in this city,
left, Tuesday, for her home, and will at
once begin teaching school on Smith
river, for the winter.
When yon want a pleasant purgative
try Chamberlain s stomach tablets.
They are easy to take and produce no
nausea, griping or other disagreeable ef
fect. For sale by A. C. Marsters & Co.
Fine Farm for Sale.
A cood SO0 acre farm for sale five
miles from Myrtle Creek, 100 acres in
cultivation, balance hill, pasture and
timbered land. Small orchard, good
house, barn and other improvements
For price and terms apply to P. T. Mc
Gee, Myrtlo Creek, or D. S. K. Buick,
Roseburg, Oregon. 2-tf
Over 150,000 men employed by the
Consolidated Steel Manufactories, will
receive a cut in wages of from 5 to 25
oer cent on January 1. 1901, and a hun
drcd high-priced offices will be abolished harry to escape,
Roseburg needs two or three night
policemen until the reign of terror has
Last evening, about (5:30, as Joh n W.
Wright, an insurance agent of this city,
was on his way to his home in Kinney
ville, in the north part of town, as ho
was nearing the railroad spur which
runs to the prune packing plant, some
desperado hit him, aenns the right ear
with a sand bag, knocking him sense
less. HU pockets were searched, net
ting the robber only sixty cents. His
watch and chain were not taken, possi
bly being overlooked in the robber's
fearing detection i
About an hour later a passerby discov
ered Mr. Wright as he was recovering
consciousness, and helped him home.
Dr. Du Gas was called in attendance
and today says no serious consequences
haxe resulted. I
Preparations for the new lodge of Odd J
Fellows to be instituted in this city next
Saturday, are being made by the several
committees. The now lodge will be in
stituted in the afternoon, Inrginning at
2 o'clock. Only the charter members
will be present and at 7 :30 in the even
ing they will meet at the lodge room in
the I. 6. O. F. hall, when about 40 new
members will be initiated into the order.
At 11 o'clock they will ropir to the
Armory hall, where a banquet will be
served under charge of the ladies of the
Covers will be laid
for 25 guests.
Havp Ynn Sppti That
FINE OAK BEDROOM SUIT
We are showing in our window. It is np-to-date
A lull Imeof Bedroom Suits can be found on our floor
ALSO THE LATEST IN IRON BEDS.
If you need Blankets or Comforts we have them
From the cheap to the best
Afull jline of Mattresses and Pillows.
Due of our Elastic Cotton Felt Mattresses
are hard to beat.
B. W. STRONG
The Furniture Man
ROSEBURG, . - - ORE
Our cold spell of weather has been
succeeded by warm raim.
Stock generally is looking well for this
time of year.
We understand that Perkins fc Mires
have shut down their saw mill for the
??Mr. Ritchey Bnd eon, of Iowa, are visit
ing his brother Joe Ritchey, one of our
Rebt. Key man returned Saturday
from Cottage Grove where he has been
the past two weeks following his trade
Perry Hatcher, wife and son accom- Rebekah lodge.
panicd bv James Wilson all of Coos
county havo arrived here and are build
inc a house on Rob Neyman's place-
where they espect to work this winter.
Messrs. Homer and Perry Ritchey I
are saieml- A number of books betoncinc to the
n fnu lltfa thin viikp at Cottace I nuhlie school library have been lost.
Hrnvo and Sadnaw. The return of any of them will be great-
A.,.mni,nnilm., rmntlv had his ly appreciated. Will the patrons of the
steam wood mill refited ami iB now mak-
Is the Best Published at any prdee. It
is only 10 eents a eopy, $1.00 a year.
In SJztj plumber of CQcCIiURE'S there are
Articles of intense interest Six good short stories, hum
on Subjents of tho greatest erous stories, stories of Ufa and
national importance. action and always good.
In 1904 McClure's will be more interesting,
important and entertaining than ever.
"Every 3'ear is better than the last or it
-would not be McClures" ::::::::::::
Subscribe now for McClure's for 1901 and get the November
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Tun S. S.
McClvrk Compaxv, 623 Leixxotox Building, New York. N. Y
iuri.. U.B .iuuHt.,, John Wetzel accompanied by his wit
by rranK ti. Alley, over ine I nesses. D. C. Wood and Ernest (jadway
Land Office Roseburg. Will place went to Drain last Thursday and made
same for non-resident purchasers. final proof on his homestead
China Sam has iust received his stock Tho order of Pcndo also tho Modern
nf holiday troods and has a uninuo as- Woodmen havo nourishing lodges here
sortmei.t from which to select. He has and expect to build a largo hall in tho
Chinese and Japanese goods of nil kinds I spring,
including china cups, plates and tea E. B. Handsaker gave a birthday din-
sets, rarely beautiful eniborderies, vases, ner last Sunday to about twenty-four
bronze and brass ware, toys etc. Sco neighbors, and to say it was an en
his before you buy your Christmas j0yablo affair and one to be remembered
gifts. 1 tno for many years by all, would but mildly
express tho sentiment of those present
A number of substantial presents were
aMuwil k-indlv look for such books in
thwir private libraries and return any
that may be found?
A. M. Sanders,
City Supt. of Schools.
As financial agent lor F , . Get . a worker on the N. Selig place
aillUUUf I EUI D ' ! I'
near .ivruo urecK, oi snenuiui; ma
i ey which ho had entnibtod to Ran
Randall lelt tho place and was re
captured at Gleudalo in a drunken con
dition. He was given a preliminary ex
animation Bt Alvrtlo Creek, by J.O
. .i iotmn in made
White and bound over to tho Circuit
ness of priceH will merit you r attention Court here.
In tho Circuit Conrt ot tho itiito oi Oregon
0. A, fcliliiroie, l
IU K. Smith, 1
v.(.. i. hdfnhr ptrrn that br Tlrlnootnn
ex'ccutlon ami order at iwlo duly Issued out ot
I on tho
the above niimed contl and i anso, on tho 23d
dav nt October, IMS. Judgment and rtc-
irei ana en
1 - i
ot mortgage Iu lavor oi tno aiwvo naraeu
a.l.iltitlfT It il a en 1 II ft L LillL H M 1 U 1 1 Alii 111 uriuuu'
ant. and' asalntt tho hcreluatter mentioned.
....i ii...xrih..l mnrtcTKi.-n nmkcrtT for tho sum
D.C. Wood ha8 incompleted a skid of Me'th JT? SI
road of over ono half mile in length October. lWs. aud for the further um oi fa.
running from his steam WOOdtllill to tllO I .',.?, , ..'nl ,r nnm from the 12th dT
film! vs was the sunbeam of homo and spur at Anlauf, and expects to start hia ot Octoijor ami tho further sum ot ,u.
19, 190.1, nt ono o'clock p. m. of ald day. at tho
Court Uouso frontdoor. In Rosoburg, Douglas
ABKENK. December 8, 1903, of
theria, Gladys C. Abecno, aged 7
years, 11 months and 5 days, daughter
ot .vir. aim airs, winiam ADeene
school life, always causine a ray of light mill next week and will then be in a
amid tho darkest cloud. position to furnish firstclass wood any
Funeral services were held at tho length at any timo
grave, by Rev. J. 11. Brown.
HOOVER Wednesday ovoning, Dec.
14, 1903, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter E.
Hoover, a girl.
iwir.in. aril t nu hi In Miction to tho
highest Dinner, lurcasn in uaun, iy .- '"
mln and Interest which tho atd dcfcnd.ut had
on Iho lHlti uay oi January, .
tlmo then-alter in or to tne umunms u
r V. . . ,v ... oi in p
.iiitti nail n fri-'-i ill ill o i . iu !
unnth. range 6 wtM of tho Willamette Mett.
.ii.ii in n.im'lm Cnuntv. Oregon, containing
on ,mani loini. tnepthor with the tenement.
i t.i.miMti. niV Anmirtiuiances. thereunto I
i. ..r lii unvwlni nmiertnltlltl'1. and will I
NOtlCO IU Iicruuy Kuu mil mi; mii. sip.mi i nnmy 1110 mutcc!" til mm amvi his- -V.
th.i fltrrmtom ot thuabiiro entitled estate, navo ;.; nr lhurotts and d bnrcmcnis oi tarn
n a.i it, iin nh.iv-11 imiifiMi cnnrL iiicir nciiiiiui I .i n thii kiiie. liiriiiiiini; naiu itiuiiuv, I
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Notice of Final Settlement.
In the County Court of tho Btate Jot Oregun
fo' Douglas uouuty.
In tho matteroi tne cram oil
Martha Wood run, aecoodeii.
M0FF1TT In Roseburg Dec. 10, 1903,
to Mr. nnd Mrs. Willis Mollltt', a girl.
At 20 cents per quart,
ock Cevcland, Ore.
in final settlement ot said estate, and that Iho
tudgeot ald court by order duly made nnd en
..l xn Ihn Innrnal Ihon-of lift flXCd Jlon'IHV.
... . . T nwll ... tnn i-l . ii 1
mc 41" U") ' jauuatj. iwi, . .i u -iv.
in. of said day for hearing objections. If any
there bo. to saiu nnai accouiu, aim mu a -mi'-ment
of said estate. That tho order of said
court is daled Iho 12th riuy of Novem'-cr, H03.
IlaliHl this tno 1JIU uay OI nvcuiiH.-r. iin.
H. A. WOOllKUKF
K. T. WOODRUFF
Executors oi tho estatoot Martha Woodruff.
iimi ila'nllll'n'lth interest thcrvon at the rale
ot 1J pr cent tier annum frtim the 12ih day
r flutiiluir l'HLI. HIHI Lilt fill I .'IUI
therohc, nay over to B. K. Sutllh, as by order
ot said court in said execution to me dlrecttM
and dellyertMl, commanding mo to sell al I
above dcctlbcd real property In Iho mauuer
iirnvlded by law.
Datoot first publication g"
85 7w Shcrin oi Donglas County, Orcsr u.
The House Furnishers
We carry tho finest line of CHINA WARE
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A chance to make mother, sister or sweet
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nd a useful present
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