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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1903)
Host) is on tile fiick;l'Ht todty
We are now prepared to show Holiday buyers all
the new novelties and fancy creations both useful and
ornimental, and handbed exclusively by us.
A tVv of the nobby things we are prepared to show in our holiday
hue rv; Kaney work ..rackets, Hnnkcrchicf Boxes, Chatelaine
tfajlS Novelty Ynrses, Collar & Cuff Boxes, Kid and Golf Gloves
Silk and linon Handkerehicis, Mufflers, New Neckwear Fancy and
useful Sipeuders, new Silk and Fancy handle Umbrellas, Hats,
Shoes, Clothing and other articles too numerous to mention.
Ctlcc i fltl mm
niituro does tlio rost.
tho caiiFo ami
K, A. WiUi.nns, of Kiddle registered
at the McClallc i m-lay
II. J. Wilson, of
bitsino-a in our city
Mr. nntl Mrs. S.-lh Russell, of Riddle,
were guests at tho McCIallon today.
Will Gagnou, druggist of GrantH .l'lisn
is visiting at his homo in this city.
Ira Winiberly a d little son Lester,
Drain arc vis-iting in theeily today.
C. W. Kirk, of Canyonville, was tran
sacting business in tho city Saturday.
One Donr South of l O.
Anyone, senates a sketch and description may
cutck y ascertain oar opinion itvc
Inrer.; Is probablr rat entaMo. Commnnlca
ticus strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents
te-X fnw. Oldest arency for secunnsr patents.
Patents taken th roach Mnnn A Co. recelre
rjv-tit natict, without, charse. In Uia
Dr's. Cher.dle & Johnson, dentists.
Chea Ho & foUnon, dentist?.
Harry E Miller spent Christmas with
relatives in Oakland.
F. H. Rogers, deputy assessor, spent
Christinas with his familv at Drain.
Harry Stapleton, spent
with relatives in Salem
i Stomach trouble respond to Osteo
1 pathv, and for rheumatism there i-
A handsomely tlrastrated weekly.
Terms. J a
rear: I w racutas, nubju"j'"-
MUNNSCo.36' New York
Branch Office, S3 F St, Washlnston. D. c
and Main Streets
CENTS, j Mrs- Bel,e Co,,ins
Title Guarantee&Loan Co.
Secy, and Treis
OSes tn tee Court House. Hare the only com
rude ?t of abstract books in Done! as County
ittr&cts aiwl Certificate ot Title tarnished to
Jou?la cocnty land and mininc claims. Have
lsoacoa;i'ie:ctoiTracinEs of all township
TiiatsiB the Bofebure. Orecon, C. S. Land Pis
Srict. Wiil make bine print copies of any town
Louis Rapp, of Elkton, was
citv Saturday, on business.
! none better.
A. L. Hutchinson, of Kellogg, was in
Kosebun: 1 hursday. on business.
Fresh Candies manufactured daily at
Currier's confectionery. Finest in the city
Miss Mae Franzen, of Portland, is
vwting with her cousins, the Misses
For Trade Small farms in
Indiana to trade for Oregon
H. L. Balu
John Juhnfon, a student of the Drain
Normal, is spending his vacation at his
home in Edenbower.
Loren Harvey, of Ashland, was in the
city the latter part of the week to spend
Christmas with friends.
N. A. FOSTER & CO.,
Of evcrv descrivtion. Farms and Min
eral Lands. Oregon, Washington and
(j23j OAKLAND. OREGON
We buy right, we sell right ; we name
our priees with confidence. Implements
and Hardware. S. K. Sykea.
Mrs. M. Ku-kle and son
visiting relatives in Oakland
part of last week.
Wilbur Ros spent Christmas day
the home of his grandiuotlier, Mrs.
S. Tajlor, in Oakland.
See Frank E. Alley for reliable ab
stract of title to your property. Up
stairs over Land Office.
Jeuner Page, night clerk at the Hotel
McClallen went to Oakland to attend
the Christmas dance there.
Mrs. L. M. l'.oss and children were
visiting relatives in Oakland over Christ
mas, returning home Sunday.
C. E Sutherlin. of Oakland, was a
guest of tho MeUlallen House Saturday.
Hepro.-eutativH U illis Kramer, of
Myrtle Creek, was in the city Saturday.
Mr. ami rs. A. II. Palmer, of I.i
(i ramie weio gurfts at the .McClallen
Vre. Win. Currier and little daughter
Uulh went to Portland Saturday morn
ing for a fow days stay.
Prof. Sandiira and Attorney 0 P
Coshow, left this morning for their
homesteads, near Ulide, to remain sev
Foreign growths, goitre cti-irti euro d
by Osteopathy. See Dr. Studley for
free, consultation. I-adles' dli eases a
tpeoiality. W d3l
We will print the Pkiindealer Spe
cial Christmas Ktlition on satin for
sofa pillows, for 25 cents, for print
James Sawyers, Deputy County Clerk
returned from Drain ln-t evening where
he had been spending Chris' mns with
J. D Hamilton left for Ft. Jones,
Calif., on Friday evening, to viit for a
weak with relatives and to attend to
some business matters.
Revival services at the United Ureth
em Church lxgining Jan 3, and con
dueled by Rev. A. R. Laudy, of Dayton,
Wash. All are invited.
Ed. Morris who was v siting his sister
and friends in thjs cjty last weak, left
for Portland, to resume his work there
with the S. P. Company.
See Frank E. Alley for land scrip,
Guaranteed perfect, and
delivery. Lowest market
The Rosebiirg Cook Book, by the Wo-
ready for 1 man's ?uikl of St George's church, i
now ready, ami lor sale at l annon s
Book Store at oOc per copy M-lmo-pd
For boots and shooes of all kinds and
description go to Ash & Attwell at Hilde-
brand's old store, Roseburg. tf
Get your abstracts ot nt.e from J. D.
Hamilton. He has the ouly complete
set of abstract bo ks in the cbuntv. tf
Mrs. John Hamlin, who has been
teaching at Glendale, is spending the
holidays with her family in this city.
j G. M Yoran, of Eugene, Grand
' Jlaster Mason lor their tonwliction, was
For a quarter of a century we've
been busjr solving shoe problems
solving them for man, woman and.
childsolving 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 o 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
thingsand the prices are attractive,
IQSEPHSON'S L roseburg, ore.
If you want genuine bargains in ilry- Masonic installation ceremonies in
goods, clothing, boots and shoes, call on j evening.
AshAAttw-llat HtUebrand'sold store tf i .
. If von want to see or purchase
Col. Yorau, of the 1st Separate Bat- j very best vapor cabinet manufacture-!.
We have great bai gains to offer in
Incubators, Brooders, BoneCutters
Write at once for Bargain sheet
Portland Seed Company, Portland, Oregon
The Poultry Supply Pouse of tne Northwest
Abstract of Title to Deeded Land.
Papers prepared for filing on Govern
Blue Prints of Township Maps showing
all vacant Lands.
FRANK E. ALLEY
Plans and Estimates for all Buildings.
Special designs for Office Fixtures
AiBr in new Bank Buildine. 'Phone 415
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
. J. .MOOD Will gu to iuiiuuui
tomorrow evenme on business connect- b
ed with his insurance business thero.
X. G , will be here from Eu
inspect Co. D , of this place
Is your property for sale? If so,
see Frank E. Allev and have the title
examined and secure an abstract of
Investigate, compare. We seek
your business only on the basis of mu
tual snterest- Hardware etc. S. K.
co to A. C. Marstors A Co. and inspect
the renowned Buckeve It is warrant ! 1
n ewrr putrular. 1 '.
Blue prints of township maps, fifty
cents each. Filing papers properly
prepared. Frank E. Alley, up stairs,
over Land Office.
An immem-c line of Morris Chairs and !
u.r, i,,t reived t Strong Furni- Ouarantooil rorest Keserve scrip
ture Store; also a full lino of all kinds for sale in large or small quantities.!
of Furniture nt reasonable prices. Call ! hv Frank E. Allev, over the .
When you want a pleasant purgative (
try Chamberlain'p Stomach Tablet-. ,
They are eay to take and prohi'-o ro!
nausea, CTipinc or other disagreeable ef
fect. For sale hv A C arsters A to
Guaranteed Forest Reserve
ami see fur yourself.
In addition to low prices we guaran
tee urompt service and absolute Fatis
faction. Stoves and tinware S.
Eatisfaction without extra cost. It is
ned and endorsed by the leading men
of this county. For circulars and prices
address Stearns & Chenoweth, Oakland,
fire., or S. B. Crouch, Oakland, Ore. ly
Basket Bait Gsrms
Mr. Calloway, proprietor of the local
delivery system, went to Eugene Thurs
day night, accompanied by his wife and
Missus I.aura Spalding, Dally Hefty
and Maxie Tliompson spent ChriftinaF
at Drain, Miss Spaldiiij: returning Xmas
night and Misses Hefty ami Thompson
Hon. and Mrs. Goo. S Downing ami
son, Robt. Downing ami wife, of Salem,
tiient Christmas at the home of Hon.
C. A. Sehlbrede in this citv. Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Downing are the parents of
Land Office Roseburg. Will place,
same for. non-resident purchasers.
Locomotive No. 2207 was here from j
Ashland Friday. Thi locomotive bnrns
oil, and attrartxl some loatl attention.
Oil is destined to Ixi ti'ed as a motive
power on many of tlie railways in the
verv near future.
(o different gsmcs all new
one in each package of
s fa t 9
1 nrn4 &"m2"3A
at your Grocer's.
t , .
! . Be Quick.
' I n m pT Z I
: C-i i
I I H M KI C T IZZ kit -
Not a minute should be lost when a
child shows rtnptoms of croup. Cham-
, i-rlain's Couch Itemed? civen as eoa
as the chiW lecomes lioarw, or even af
ter the croupy cough appears, will pre
vent the attack. It never fails, nd is
pleasant ami safe to take For sale by
A C. Masters A Co.
Have You Seen That
FINE OAS BEDROOM SUIT
We are showing in our window. It is up-to-date I
A full Ii:.e of 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.
A full line of Mattresses and Pillows.
One of our Elastic Cotton Felt Mattresses
are hard to beat.
B. W. STRONG
The Furniture Man
ROSEBURG, . - - ORE
Notice for Publication.
Tf trnnlilrtl with a weak diirestion try
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. They will do you eood. For eale! Messrs. Ash t Attwell, of Cascade
hv A. C. Marstera & Co. 1 Locks, have purchased the Hildebrand
stock of goods and opened the store.
They will lie pleased to meet all the citi
zens of Douglas county who want good
goods at reasonable prices tf
Miss Mary Cloak, who attends the
Drain State Normal School, is home to
spend the holidays with her parents,
Mr. and -Mrs. Arthur Cloak.
A. C Mareters & Co., desire to inform
orchardists that they have a complete
stock of Epraying materials and increm
ents and solicit your patronage.
Are you thinking about buying
The Basket Ball games Chris ima
. , . ii oitt-nrW and resulted in
. in n r u hik iicii .i ... - , -
r.;r fnr the Oranee team captained property in Douglas County.' If so
- j - - . . .. , - ... . . , mi
bv Miss Elsie Benedict, anil lor tne f jt vnll pay yoa U have i- raiiK fj. Aiivy
examine the title before purchasing,
The social danre at the Armory Hall
on Christinas eve, wits well attended
and was a sucoss. There were 21 num
bers on the program.and tho three-step
was foimally introduced in Koseburg
for the first time.
State f Oregon, Dcptrtment of Pub
lic Instruction, Silem.
Robanc Ot m.'Nrt. . K ,
Sottca ti teret-T jrtTf a tht In eosiplUnc j
wliti the provbiniii of Um tct of Coajrwi of j
Junes, 'SW, eBUtld "An t for tho tl of ,
UtElr UnI In the Ptt of ClMoral,0 ;i ;
NraJ ,aJ Wuhtacun Tnl:oi7."exlatl
J to til (be pnblio Uad iulUi bj wt otXcfiu .
i. uss. '
JOHN O. KENDALL !
of M!nneiolli, county of Heacn-piB. tt o
M ine u. ha thl4r fl'eJ In h oSSce hl 1
tmni ttraent N. Wl lor lb pu ch f
Vc Knth ett q urtfrr f section No. 11, i wn
hlp 2T mlh. ric west
i aJwtlloerrroof ioibowt!iitbelBiSottELl
i. mnn TaittKhto far lu t!mtr ot tlooc than
for agricultural purrc. and to fiuUub hli
claim tefore the Keltr and Kecelrer of Ihla
olllc ot KoMbant.Oreton-
on MmiIit. thf th 1t of Mrrh. 9M
name as wunewef naries n.oui, j-uu
INFORMATION CONCL-RMNO EIGHTH
GRADE FINAL EXAMINATIONS.
Messrs. Johnson and Clark, proprie
tors of the saloon, were arrested and
ordered to appear before Recorder
Marsters this a'ternoon. J. W.
Gardiner and Fred Poqnettc, went
their bondB and they were released to
appear at the time set.
charge of the
John Dodson a veteran at the Soldiers
Home, returned from Glendale, where
he went to spend Christmas witli re
latives, Saturtlay, with a dislocatid
shonlder. sustained hv fallinc off the
sidewalk at Glendale Christmas morn
ing. Dr. F. It. Bowersox of that place,
accompanied him to Roseburg.
The five girls who have
telephone office Misaes
MeFsrs Clark and Johnson, proprie
tors of the Cruiser saloon, appeared be
fore Recorder MarsU'ts this afternoon
Lester Bell writes from Elkton that he
; mim-miT inn Holiday vacaiiuu aw m
home very much. He has gained the There were bon bon Iwxes of every size,
sobriquet of a hearty good fellow anu a
i-:intained by Mar Hanan.
t...., i - .,
The features of the first game was wie
basket throwing of Ella Black. Arne
Black, Elsie Benwlirt and lvtan Jeweti
fliil verv effi-ctive work
it tt.R W'inini: of the last nan, .n"
... c . . ,
Ella Black was transferrer irom uiu
Rlnek learn to tlie Orange, cbanging ue-
r. , ntnrv. The bovs came was n c. t. West, fire insurance, notary
IWkiuw J- - . . - . , . j
Mon-inrized bv some rough rlavjng Dublic .city property rentea, county anu
there being much rivalry among me cUy warrant8 bought, anu coiiecuoim
w-b all rlavine for a permanent poEi- made. Office on Jackson street, .o.
. . . I . . ,
tion on the representative liitfh bcnooi Hyer building, opposite post otiico,
VnrlpKtronuexcellal in Basket throw- cmo tniprestinir foot ball scores for
int. and v ar Hanan and Harry Hilde- ..,. pameH on Christmas Day
. i iii- " ...
-Jvrn did very eilecttve worK at. iori.u lhe An.OregonOlultnomaii
HiW. At guard positions eacn piayer
Carlisle Indianr, one of the strong
T7,m Tlnivergitv teams vs. Reliance,
h All-California team score 11 U
Minnesota University which tied with
ford, Lucilo and Addie Sacry, Edna on tne cnarco oi Keepinc open n u
Parsiev and Lillian Stanton, were the day and were fined the limit, allowed by
worth of bon bona on aw 120 Maggie Ryan and Mm y. a.
recepientp of $40
Christmas eve and
i'i :0u wwk.
kind and description sent from many ad
miring friends, and the young ladies
have in this i.n added proof of their
well merited popularity.
Thos. R. Townscnd spent Christmas
dav at his home in this city, returning
Saturday morninc to Sitkum to com
plete his term of school there, six weeks
of the term remaining. Tom reports
a very hard trip over tho mountains,
via the Marshfield stage road, tho roads
are in a very bad condition, and leaving
Sitkum earlv in the evening, did
not arrive in Roseburg until 11 o'clock
Judd did not appear, and the bonds of
$20 each ftirnislifHl for their appearance
was forfeited to tho city.
(A). January 27, 25 , 29, )00 ;
B). April 13, 14, 15, 1904;
(C). MaylS, 19.20, 1904;
tD). June 15, 10. 17, 1904.
2. Program :
(A ). Wednesdays Arithmetic,
(B). Thursdays Mental Arithmo-
;.. ifpmlini?. Writing. Civil Govern-
-1 - - C I
C.. Fridavs Language, History,
3. Sources of questions :
Questions in tho following sub
ject" will be taken from tho sources indicated:
Geography State rourse of
BfrCkcr, Frank hong.
Thorn, of KiweburR; John
of Cleveland. Ore. i
Anj and all trjoa cu-minc auvereir e
above described taintf are iequeted to file their j
clairat la tbUoSee on or be'orc thetd2sth'
dar of March. 1WI. J. T. BRIDf.
Notice for Publication.
CN1TED STATE3 LAND OFFICE.
Koetrart. Orco)3, Jntr39 1WB. I
Notice u hereby (rtTen that tn eompllanoa ,
wlththerroTUU'niof the act ot Con5 01 i
JuceS. JSTS.enti'K-d "An art fcr the ale ot
ttmt'Cr landt in t!.e :ate of California. Oroson '
Nerada .and W ashmctor Ti ritory." aa extad
d to all th public land state by act ot Acfiut .
WEIAUME I ML'UOtl.U
Is the Best Published at any price. It
is only 10 eents a eopy, $1.00 a yeair.
The latest count of votes for the study; the coarse print in Fryo'a Ele-
High School popular pupil contest, re- nieuts of Geography; map questions
suited with Mar Hanan again in the in both coarse and fine print of Frye'n
lead with Miss Polly Campbell a closn Elements f Geography,
pecond. Miss Nitn Kabat having dropped (b). Spelling Eighty per cent.
to third place. from miscellaneous test worth in Reed's
This is tho last week of voting and the Word Lessons, and twenty per cent
votcflmnst nil lo cat by Friday night, from manuscripts
15 and 16. of ectlon No. 10, tn town.hlp No.
uth ot ranee No 3 west I
and will offer proof toihowthatthetandaouRht !
Is more valuablo for H timber or tlne than
for agricultural purpesej. and to establish his '
claim before the Kcrftter and Rocelrer of thU :
ottiee ot Robart, Orocon.
,i Tn.nl-v tht ..ih dav ot January. 1SC. He
namef a wltnee: John C. hattllPt. Sparta,
W'lK-onMu. H. KrkcnterEwr, Paul Gaty, b-.lh nf
Itoscbur. OreS"h. J. H. Krarta. r.el. O'egon.
Any and lt persons clalminc adversely ihe
above decrtbel land" arc requested tile
their claims In this uOce on or before thj said
Sih day ol Janusry. iwi. ,,,. Q
In E:?y H amber of DQcCIxORE'S there are
Articlca of intense interest Six good short stories, hum
on Subjects of the greatest erous atories, stories of life and
national Importance. action and always good-
Ill 1904 MeClure's will be more interesting,
important and entertaining than ever.
"Even' year is better than the last or it
would not be McClures" ::::::::::::
Subscribe now for McCIui e's for 1904 and get the November
ami December numbers for 1903 free of charge : : : : :
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of the slate ot Oregon
The leaders stand as follows:
The January number of the Woman's Win,
An Attempted Suicide.
1X 111 liuov t rf . .
Michigan University for the '03 western Homo Companion might also bo called a Blanchard-N enter Lyceum and Musical (() civil C
championship, will play the University fiction number. There are five stories. Bureau, of Los Angeles and San Fran- t0 23, inclusive,
of California on New Year's Day. The features are of exception interest,' cisco was hero Friday and made arrange- 0( 'jjuo America!
h the following titles will indicate "An
Afternoon with Joseph Jefferson," by
.. , -t i-.. in flm title, of a
llie ivoee oi it..Jc I "W VnrV tlm UtunipM of thn Hi(?h "chool 8tlldent.
",?Vel I , n l.nve iust Most Wonderful City tho World Ever body: Fisk Jubilee Singers, Thursday
Uiure, rimiipo - -ii ... f Al.,ol.m Inn,,7. K,,r,x Knntnnr Ounrtetto.
T7:.iinn ,a oiin oi i Daw. iv mwiiwiiiuiio . j . -
fi. J.JudiL a frequenter ot tne ea-
ins in tins city, atiemnteu tuiciuc
c,,n,ii,v TnnrTiin? at the Cruiser saloon,
iJUSSVAW I ... .
while in a drunken condition, ne pnii- i Kn.dish Lincoln." " I ho United States Datigh- Saturday, January 23; m Leo Green-
,ii,.Dr "iiiHt te.rsof 1812." "Ouraturalistatliomo.-- lcat, impersonator, liiure'iay, rtpru
L1UU..W., J 1 I , . .
(c) Writing vertical ; specimens
1231 of txsnmanship as indicated in copied
.1220 matter and from manttscripta.
.730 fih. Headitur From indicated se-
r t I.aiiL'itacL Reed's Graded
Leo Grcenleaf, representing the j,ef,SOn9 In English, no diagramming.
Civil Government Chapters 1
and 37 to 15, inclusivo,
J. 11. ACKKRMAN,
Supt. Public Instruction,
ments for a star courBO at tho opera
houeo on tho following dates, under the
. . . i. aiilr revolver, and the two sisters
wia laratui"" ' ..... . 1 1 hti. vs.,
undoubtedly intended to snoot nimbe.. ;-... ,np,nti1 Arti.les of especial interest to women Season tickets will boon sale at htrong's
II1UBC cini.o v.. . i .... ...... f .
i t. i.oart. imt his aim was poor, B
it,i:h.n...l,ofthc barrel of the re- century were known as
ail" vaav -)---
made Euch a shot diliicult lor a
man in such a condition, and
Tha Tlrnntea." are: "rrcncli uonio uooKini! ior Amur aiier mjw iwi ti.uv,
Miss Findlater'e book has something ol ic..n uoueonoius, - oy .irs. .u n LU,na,.ui,c u..uoU. . u. -
.. . n .....l!f.n
.,.-t. . I ti. iirnnti. chnrnpicr in 11. si biuui i,
ineumi . , ,.11
o mnt. vmnathetic and unacrstanu- .iiauo i iuu. x .a..,u, ,
s a a - v
wife of tho well-Tcnown artist; "Home- 75 cents for Btnglo ticket.
I Notice of Final Settlement,
In the County Court ot the Stato :H Oregon
for DmiKlits t ouniy.
in tlio malturni iu vnaio 011
,,..,. .l.l.n l1nl IVifl. (
Notlco licn-bv given miu mo uiiuiihkuhii
tin- executors ol tho nbve entitled estate, have
tiled In tlio ttliiivoeiitltUd court their account
liitlnut ettloment of said estmo, Mini that thu
.,c r r i
... t .:..: t(,1 Ti.,o. A Kwn T.i.. '"' 1 '
Sirs.-. :Lr:r ... .
.abo.it tuo inches long, uio ''"-'; ""'"- and rc6tricting evironment of to Celebrate .Wedding Anniversaries j" All m.-mtierH ot A.pna M-.ge o.-..
and those present thought he was done the sorfrf and ft i8 u,e Mr. XB ymdo Pil,e. mblished by Knights of Pyth.aa and l.ro her,, so our..-
for until the wo-ind was examined. Dr an Lnj.1 ro ColnI,iUiy, ;np j tho cily, are conlia ly invited to
- iniii I" I nn itio fC fill fstiMT . nil VI I'll II V 13U1I'
r, OIIO UUIIill f I n f
,tr.lLlie wound, the wounded man re-
jnaining in-ensible for f me hours.
. inanity of its character and by tho liter Springfield, Ohio
v skill with which tho Bt-ry is told. - ten cents a copy.
December 30, tOO.J.
Ui-lKUOt salil court by order ilul) tiuitle and en
Uwti'ii tin Journal thvreof han llxetl Hmi'iay,
tho 4thuay ol Jnury. i-jui, ni un"v,
ju. of said i1ay for liearltiR objections. II an
tliuio lio, to said Una! account, nml tho s ttli
uicnt of sal t estate. That the onler of Ml
court Ik iluteit thu lith ilay ol Nov em' er, 1 W.
Dated this the lath day of Novemlior ;. IW.
U. A. t
KxccutorsOi t"ie cttatcof MarthA Woodruff
In the Circuit Court
lor Douulas County,
C. A, notuomie, l
U. E. Smith,
v.tiiM ! hi.rohr rjivr"t that br Tlrtnn(n
oxVcullon'aml orvlernl dulr !wliloJ
l.n alfitnumMl (Mltl SIUI HUM?. UU IW
.k( cinLsiUr. lVi. in on a iutlnmoHt au i tie-
CHtJ UUIV leUUUTCU IUU luwmj u emu
e win iiy o' ucioocr. taw, dv wiwiair
nf r mnrtimco In Uvor oi tho above wamea
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aiid'rtcrllo.l niorteace pniKrty tor tbesum
ol $t;l.l with Interest thereon at the rate ol
in nor rrnl tnr anuni irom oe i;ia u ui
n,. Ain. iiwi mi fnr the further sum oi f-V
..t. .if nr rnt Tur anum from thf 12th day
ol October. 1908. and the further sura of?ll-
cot nml dlsDurseincnis.
. . i 'i i, n. i . i r.i trill nil raiunini. ll.vuiw.
w! iwi. at one o'clock p m of said day. at thii
Court House front door, in Koschutg. uoiiRias
Orecnii. sell at nubile suction to the
......... , - . - . ... ... i . .1, . I, .. . ! n t.
i.i..t.n.t tii.iiia.p iirpii.n iti uuiiu. nil niu iikui
title and Into est which tho mid defendaut had
on fho 10th day of January, or at any
iimn iiion aiier in or to tne louowiuc ura
i,.ai4 .i-.mif.oi In. wit!
fknitli half ol se54 ot sec 31. In tpot M
.....ih mnn.A wet of tho dlauietto Men.
dliin in tMUijias tiuniy, uresuii. wuminuM,
...... nt i. mi. ti.ccilHT with the tcncmenUi.
I...... ii.irtnni, i.T.ii TiiiiiriiiiHiii'i. iiiucuum
t cIoiikIiik or tn anywise appertaintuT, and will
.....i.. n.n. iiii.1. nf siirli halo, ars to tho pay
ment ol lhe cota and d sbursenicnts of said
Ami nt tht inn. lnf'iiiiii ii ii n,iii n l t tj ' in i i
fiMsas to the raiment of the said sura ol 12t.4J
line niaintiu wiw iimi mviv.-"
of to iHr cent tier annum from tho lilliday
ol O -tolier, uw. anu irn- over pun m n"j
r.,-..r m It K. rlmllli. as hv orde
ol said court In said execution to mo directed
n,i iiplui-nil. ro imiiiidlne me to soil ata
niun-oilMMiW real tiroi-erty In tho mautier
DatoonirstViiblloatlon Nov. W. WJ.
K. 1 1 AuKUl I.
85 7w Shctlft ot Douglas County, Orer n
Report of SchoaUn Dbt.No. 12.
For the term ending Dec 23.
No. of days attendance 1136
No. of days absence 3S
b. of times tanly 16
Average daily attendance 19
The following is the names of scholars,
grade and average :
Eighth G rade Bertha Watson, 9S ;
Lena Watson, 93; Jovce Matthews, 90;
Sixth Sevunth Gra lea Deles Liviug-
tone, 9S; tvtan Watson, Uj; Adilie
.Matthews, 95; Wilma Matthews, 93;
Clay Matthews, 91; Ellic Watson, S2:
, K. Evarts, S2.
Fourth and Fifth Grades Waitha Wat
son, 95; Floyd Wabaon, S9; lloy Mat
thews, 89; Alva Mathers, S3; Seth Mat
First Second and Third Grades James
Watson, 96; Nancy Watson, 9S; Eldred
Shrum, 97; Robert Matthews, 97; Cecil
Matthews, 96; Ivy Chapman, 97; Alda
Watson, 99. O. C. Hocskr, teacher.
Notice of Final Settlement.
The Plaixdealer needs
In the matter of the state!
Clark Richards, f
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed administrator of the above en
titled estate, filed bia account in final
settlement of said estate on the 2Sth day
of December 1903, and on tho 23th day
of December 1903, the Judge of the
above entitled Court, duly made
an order fixing Monday, February 1st,
1904, at the County Court House, in
Uoseburg, Douglas County, Oregon, at
10 o'clock a. in. of said day, as the time
and place for hearinc the obiections
thereto, and for the final settlement of
said estate, any and all persons to said
ttnal account, or any part thereof, are
hereby notified to file the same in the
above entitled court and cause, or be
fore the time set for said final settle
ment, E. E. RICHARDS.
Dec 23 Administrator.
sistant Editor or Correspondent at
oven post ottiee or settlement in
Douglas county for the year 1901
A certificate ol appointment will be
issued to every assistant to represent
tho Plaindealbr in their respective
Regular Quarterly Inspection of Co ,
1st Separate Battalion, O. N. G. will be
hold at the Armory hall, Monday even
ing, Dec. 2Sth, at S o'clock p. m. Col.
r "v :n i.- ; ? it
nnmmnmh'n nml nil nnnlionrion miwfc v wm W USpecilUgomcer.
r " , " . , He will also hold an officers
l.nn,. llii linilnrcfttiiftnf nf tirn irnrul I ...
uv.i UUUv.mu,.. e"" i commissioned otneers
citizens. day evening, Dec. 31.
The Plaixdealer Publishing Co. I F. B. Hamux, Capt,