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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1904)
We are now prepared to show Holiday buyers all
the new novelties and fancy creations both useful and
omimental, and handbed exclusively by us.
A few of the nobby things we are prepared to show in otir holiday "'
line are; Fancy work Brackets, Hankerchief Boxes, Chatelaine
Bags, Novelty Purses, Collar & Cuff Boxes, Kid and Golf Gloves
Silk and linen Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, New Neckwear Fancy and
useful Suspenders, new Silk and Fancy handle Umbrellas, Hats,
Shoes, Clothing and other articles too numerous to mention.
The People s
One Door South of P
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
rmttiv MTflrtAin rmr nnmlon free whether an
Invention ts probably patentable. Comrannlca-
UonsatHctiyconnaenuaj. rmnutsuuil oa t-nenit
sent free. Oldest areney for secarmp patent.
Patents taken th roach Hunn A Co. recelre
tpaiat notice, without cnarro, in tno
A handsomely lUastratod veefclr-
renr: four months, L Sold
)' Of Local Int'erest.
Dr's. Cheadle & Johnson, dentists.
Ernest Gadway, of Anlauf, was in
city, Tuesday, on business.
Mrs. E. Autenreith left yesterday
Portland, to visit with friends.
N. P. Jones, of Glendale, was a busi
ness caller in Roseburg on Tuesday.
W. T. Emery, of Coles Valley, was a
business visitor in the city, Tuesday.
Mrs. M. C. Johnson, of Myrtle Creek,
was a guest of the McClallen oa Tuesday.
Baxter Robinson, of Myrtle
i was a guest at the Koseburc
and Main Streets
Mrs. Belle Collins
Title Guarantee & Loan Lo.
D C. Baioltox,
Sec?, atid Trots
once In the Court House. Hare the only cost
jilete set ol abstract booii In Douglas Count J
Abstracts and Certificates ol Title furnished to
Douglas county land and mining claims. Uare
also a complete set of Tracing of all township
plats la the Eoseburp, Orejwc, O. S. Lin d Dls
bict. Will mate blue print copies ol any town
N. A. FOSTER & CO.,
Of every descriytion. Farms and Min
eral Lands. Oregon, Washington and
G23) OAKLAND. OREGON
Abstract of Title to Deeded Land.
Papers prepared for filing on Govern
Blue Prints oi Township Maps showing
all vacant Lands.
Plans and Estimates for all Buildings.
Special designs for Office Fixtures
Office in new Bant Building. 'Phone 415
. ROSEBURG. OREGON
Jnst arrired 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
A. C. Merring, of Cottage Grove, was
in the city, Tuesday, a guest at the McClallen.
Messrs. Frank Waite and Leonard
Hopfield made a flying trip to Oakland,
For bargains in jewelry, see Clingcn.
peel. Everything in his stock has been
greatly reduced. tf
W. E. Clingenpeel is advertising a big
reduction sale of jewelry. It will pay
you to investigate. 1 tf
i Messrs. J. H. Grubbeand J.
dall, of Oakland, -were transacting
ness in the city, Tuesday.
Cheadle it Johnson , dentists.
John McCurdy of Yonealla ie in
J. I. Gilbert of Kiddle was transact in):
business in the citv todav.
0. H. Calesroe of Yoiiealln is n busi
no ss caller in the citv toduv.
J. 1). Buell of Eugene is in the cily to
day, a guest at the McClallen.
B. M. Armitapo of Myrtle Creek was a
guest at the McClallen today.
E. L. Josselyn, of Riddle, was in
city, Wednesday, on business.
A. Q. Johnson went to Eugene
nesday, returning this morning.
Oscar Flentge of Myrtle Point was
transacting business in the city today.
Mrs. Fred King Gettins will receive,
from two to sir o'clock, tomorrow afternoon.
R. M. Gott, of Coles Valley, was in
the city, yesterday, a guest at the McClallen.
spray pumps and otc.,nt
Drugs upset tho natural working
tho body. Osteopathy corrects it.
Prunning shears, saws and a complete
lino of Bprny pump at S. K. Sykes.
Fresh Candies manufactured daily at
Currior's confectionery. Finest in tho city
Tho Osteopathic physician is a norve
specialist. See Dr. Studley over poBt
Fou Sale Cocker Spaniel pups. En
quire of F. F. Patterson's residence,
For Trade Small farms in
Indiana to trade for Orego
U. L, Ball.
Vernon Ramp returned
Tuesday after having spent a
here on business.
Our spraying outfits aro superior to
othor kinds, last longer, and aro not too
costly. S. K. Sykes.
Wo relykon low prices to win trade on
fair treatment to retain it. S K Sykes,
the hardware man.
Every price wo quote represents tho
best value obtainable for that price, S K
Sykes, stoves and tinware.
hor boots and shoes of all -kind and
description go to Ash A Attwell at Hilde-
brand's old store, Itosoburg. tf
Fred Bell returned to his home in
blkton Tuesday after having spent two
weeks visiting relatives hero.
Hhow wisdom by seeking the store
where reliable goods are sold as a mat
ter of principle. SK Sykes, hardware
II L Studley, tho doctor of Osteopa
thy is treating several patients with
good results at Dillard, Tueseay, Thurs
day and Sunday.
We buy right, we sell right; we name
our prices with confidence. Implements
and Hardware. S. K. Sykes.
Ray Moore went to Portland this
morning on business to be absent about
Geo.-McCailoch returned to Oakland
this morning after spending a few days
in the citv.
The W. C. T. LT. will give a reception
at the home of J. :G. and Mrs. Flook
tomorrow night. I
Notice the sale ad of Clingenpeel, the
jeweler, which appears in this issue. He
is offiering some rare bargains. tf
See Frank E. Alley for reliable ab
stract of title to your property. Up
stairs over Land Office.
Is your property for sale? If so,
see Frank E. Alley and have the title
examined and secure an abstract of
Messrs. Grant Tavlor, J. H. Grubbe
and A. E. Smith, of Oakland, were in
the city, yesterday, on business.
Investigate, compare. We
your business only on the basis of
tual snterest. Hardware etc. S.
In addition to low prices we guaran
tee prompt sen-ice and absolute satis
faction. Stoves and tinware S. K.
If troubled with a weak digestion try
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets. They will do you good. For sale
by A. C. Marsters & Co.
A good beginning makes a good end
ing. The principles of Osteopathy are
correct. Delays are dangerous. See Dr.
Studley over post office.
satisfaction without extra cost. It is
used and endorsed by the leading men
of this county. For circulars and prices
address Steams & Chenoweth, Oakland,
Ore., or S. B. Crouch, Oakland, Ore. ly
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the County Court ol the State ;oI Oregon
lor Douglas County.
In the matter of the estate 01
Martha Yr'o rflrufl, deceased. I
Sotice 1 herebv given that the nndersljnjed,
the executors of the above entitled estate, have
filed In the above entitled court their account
In final .etilement of said estate, and that the
lunge ol M.10 court oy oroerauiy maae anu en
tered nn the Journal thereof has fixed Monday,
the 4th duy of January. 1301, at ten o'clock a.
m. of said day for hearing objections, if any
there be, to said final account, and the settle
ment of said estate. That the order of said
court Is dated 1he 12th day ol Kovemr, 1W8.
Dated this the 12Vh day of November. 1S08.
E. A. WOODRUFF
Executors 01 the et tate of Martha Woodruff.
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,
Drain people at the Roseburg House,
Tuesday: J. W. Krewson, W. M.
Moore, S. W. Cellers, J. A. and Emma
Culy, A. E. Stocker and H. P. Brook
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.
Coming Next Week.
See Frank E. Alley for land scrip
Guaranteed perfect, and ready for
delivery. Lowest market price.
Mrs. Thomas Kay returned to Salem
Tuesday alter having spent a few days
here with her daughter, Mrs. 0. P.
Mr. and Mrs. John Franxon and two
daughters and Mrs. Howe of Eugene,
were here to attend the funeral of little
Perrvne Coshow on Friday.
If yon 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. 7-1-tf.
The following Drain peopie registered
at the McClallen on Tuesday: C. E.
Hasard, C. D. DrainfW. M. Moore, E.
C. Wilson, G. W. Sanders, Sam Jones
L. M. Perkins, J. W. Krewson.
A. P. Applegate, E. Williams, Albert
Helliwell and W. Wamslcy, of Yoncalla,
were guests at the McClallen, yesterday.
Get your abstracts 01 tite from J. D.
Hamilton. He has the only complete
set of abstract ba ks in the coantv. tf
Guaranteed Forest Reserve scrip
for sale in large or small quantities,
by Frank E. Alley, over the
;Land Office Roseburg. Will place
same for non-resident purchasers.
If you want genuine bargains in dry-
goods, clothing, boots and shoes, call on
Ash s. Attwell at IliUlebrand's old store, tf
Rev. JohaD.uvson has received a call
to the Episcopal church of Albina, Port
land, and should be accept will do so
under protest from his parishioners here
as well as a wide circle of friends.
Mrs. Wm. Currier returned this
morning from an extended visit with
friends and relatives in Portland and
L. F. Tucker, soliciting agent for
Sunset magazine published by
Southern Pacific R. R. Co. was in
Blue prints of township maps, fifty
cents each. Filiner papers properly
prepared. Frank E. Alley, up stairs,
over Land Office.
Mr. Wm. S. Crane, of California, Md.
suffered for years from rheumatism and
lumbago. He was finally advised to try
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which he
did and it effected a complete cure. For
sale bv A. C Marstees & Co.
DOUGLAS Tuesday morning, to Rov.
and Mrs. S. A. Douglas, a son.
RACHOR PERDUE. At Canyonvillo.
Jan. 1G, 19CU, Mcbolas Rachor ' and
Maude Perdue, Rev. L. C. Zimmer
Miss Maude Rast will leave on tomor
row's local for a few days visit to
friends in Salem afterward going on to
Portland for a six weeks stay.
Tho young people who spent Tuesday
in Cottage Groye report having had a
very enjoyable trip despite the several
inches of enow and heavy frost which
Have you seen McE wen? Well if you
haven't now is the time to do so. You
will not find the stereotyped tricks of
the "prestidigitator," as the old time
Blmi'ht-of-hand Derformers delichted to
call themselves. Instead you will find
a clever, dignified gentleman, dressed in
evening clothes, who will show you
nmo the most wonderful feate in
palming ever performed who will ;
amuse you with some very beautiful and
mystifying illusions and who will on
top of this give an exhibition of hypno
tism that will make yon lauh as you
have never laughed before. You will
. see the cleaneBt, cleverest and smooth
est sleight-of-hand work ever attempted,
and your only regret will be that every
branch of the entertainment was not
longer. He will appear at the opera
house for six nights beginning Monday
.Tnn 23th. Don't forcet the date -and
don't miss it.
Fine Farm for Sale.
The Odd Fellowb' Building Associa
tion held its annual stoskbolders' meet
ing on Tuesday evening and elected the
following directors for the ensuing year:
Hon. J. C. Fullerton, W. T. Wright,
Jos. Micelli, Carl Hoffman, L. imber
ly, L. B. Moore, Mrs. D. S. West.
Perry Cook, of Tacoma, Washington,
was a caller at the Plaindealkh office
on Tuesday. He was in Roseburg on
business and simply called to sec the
editor and in conversation we learned
that he was one of the old settlers of the
county, having settled in 1852. Ho was
elected several times county commis
sioner and afterwards' moved to Tacoma,
where ho is a prosperous business man..
He says that there are many changes
and that he can only occasionally recog
nize an old friend and that he ia aston
ished at the substantial growth of the
An immense line of Morris Chairs and
Rockers just received at Strong's Furni
ture Store; also a full lino of all kinds
Furniture at reasonable prices. Call
and see for yourself. 99-tf
Myrtle Creek visitors in Roseburg,
esterday: Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Armi-
tage, Mr. and Mrs A. E. Shiria, II. W.
Miller, B. A. Htinsaker, P. B. Finzer, J.
McGee and C. E. Gallop.
A pood S00 acre farm for sale five
miles from Myrtle Creek, .100 acres in
cultivation, balance hill, pasture and
timbered land. Small orchard, good
housQ, barn and othor improvements
For price and terms apply to P. T. Mc
Gee. Myrtle Creek, or D. S. K. Buick,
When bilious try a dose of Chamber
Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
realizd'for once how quickly a first-class
up-to-date medictno will correct tho dis
order. For sale by A. C. Marsters & Co.
A joint installation of officers was held
on Monday night by Oak Camp No. 125
and Lilat: Circle No. 49, W. O. W. Dis
trict Organizer F. G. Woodcock, of Port
land, installed the officers of the Camp,
and Mi 3. C. A. Sehlbrede, past guardian
neighbor, the officers of tho Circle The
officers installed for the Camp: D. P
Fisher, C. C;' J. M Bridges, A. W
T. Wright, B; J. A. Buchanan, C; M
Fickle, E ; 33 Cj.Gaddis and J. K; Saw
yers, managers. For the I irclc: Mrs
Burr Joues, G. N ; Mm. Emma Field
A; Mrs. L. Moore, B ; Mrs. B. Morian
C: Miss Alattio Perry. M : Mrs. E A
Wood, C. G; Misd Rita Cobb, I. S
Mrs W, J. " Hctlfro: 0. S : MIsb Delia
The W. C. TV U.'s regular meeting
that was to be held at the homo of Mrs
Jones Jan. 22nd has been postponed
and will meet with Mrs. 0 Plank at 2:30
p m Jan. 20th. By order of the preBi
Messrs. Ash & Attwoll, of Cascade
Locks, have purchased the ' Hildebraud
stock of goods and oponod the store
They will ho pleased to ineet all tho citi
zeiis of Dc-uglas county who want good
goods at reasonable prices. tf
The basket ball game last night bo
tween tho Roseburg High school and
the Independents resulted in a score of
23 to 10, R. H. S.'s favor. Tho Higl
school boys showed excellent training
judgment and team work, against tliei
untrained opponents.. We think
High scnool keeps up its, regular prac
tice it can play u winning game against
any amateur team that may ticcept its
THE SHOE PROBLEFl
op a quarter of a century we've
been "busy solving shoe problems
solving them for man. woman and
c bild solving them successfully.
jo 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 all
footv. ear irabodying in an unrivaled
degre of style, comfort, durability
and moderateness of price.
We ant you to get better ac
quainted with our big shoe depart
ment, IV chuck full of attractive
things -and the prices are attractive,
IQSEPHSON'S e ROSEBURG, ORE.
I WE BUY ANYTHING I
And sell everything at a 1oti figure. A big store full of just
what you need. All kinds of future. Buv, sell or exchange Har-
ejs.baames, tir ana uak wooj Buggies, Wagons, most anything
; you want at the fcecona nana 414 Jackson St, Roseburg,
: 414 JacKson Street
-ITT 1K m-m
nave iou seen mat
NIW UAK MUKUUffl Mill
Hand Store j
We are showing in our Teiueow. It is np-to-datt,
A full line of Bedroom Suits cm oe found on our floor,
ALSO THE LATEST IN IRON 1EDS.
A Prisoner In Her Own House.
.Mrs. W. H. Layha.of 1001 Agnes Af
Kansas City, Mo., has for several
been troubled with severe hoarse
and at times a hard cough, which
"Would keep me in doors for days, j
was proscribed for by physicians w-jjj
no noticeable results. A friend gave'
part of a bottle of Chamberlain's Cor
Remedy with instructions to closely
low the directions and I wish to etSje
that after the first day 1 could notlo, a
decided change for tho better, anJ at
this time after using it for two weej
have no hesitation in saying I reaij
that I am entirely cured." Tins reijijy
is for sale by A. C. Marsters & Co,
City Treasurer's Notice.
Notice ishereby given that to all parties
holding city warrants endorsed prior to
Dec 4, 1901, are requested to present
tho same to tho City Treasurer's office
for payment, as interest will cease there
on after the date of this notice.
Dated Roseburg, Oregon, Xov. 3 1903.
If yon need Blankets or Comforts we have tkei
J? rom tne cneaD u tne best.
Reduced Raies via southim Pacific I Afalljjline of Mattresses ana Pillows.
Company. I ?
On account of the National Livestock
Association, National Wool Growers As-1 f
sedation ami Northwest Frnit Growers I
Association, to be held in Portland, spe
cial reduced fare tickets will be oa sale I
to Portland, on January 10th and 11th, j
good until January 17th, 1904. It
One of our Elastic Cotton Felt Mattresses
are hard, to neat.
B. W. STRONG
The Furniture Man
The February Smart Set.
The February number of The Smart
Set opens with a strikinc novelette,
Tho Wanderers," by Gertrude Lynch
a story with a wholly new themo, as
strong as it is interesting. Tho dramat
ic incidents which follow a man who has
kidnapped his own child, after a stormy
quarrel with tho wife who has just di
vorced him, are stirring in the extreme,
and the story is written with that liter
ary distinction which always character
izes Miss Lynch'e work. It is a memor
Following this comes a delightful
short story, which strikes a new vein,
'The Knightly Love of Spike McCool,"
by Roland Franklyn Andrews, wherein
a burglar figures as the central charac
ter. "The Match-Breaker,'1 by Mary
Pondered, is a unique and thorough-
satisfying tale with an underlying
thread of psychological interest. In
'An Impossibility" Frank Savile has
written 11 strong story of adventure,
while Julian Hawthorne contributes a
powerful study of tho occult in "Tho
Ghost of the Old Adam," and Seumns
MacManua's "Lost by a Nose," is as
humorous a piece of-fiction as its author
has ever written. Besides theeo there
aro charming stories by such well-known
writers as J. J. Bell, Herbert D. Ward
Vircinla Woodward Cloud, James
Branch Cabell. Charles M. Skinner and
Kato Mastoreon. Richard Lo Gallionne,
that wrltor of beautiful prose, contrib
nteB one of his best essays, which ho has
called "Dear Doad Women," and Andro
Sordcu, a son of Victorien Sardou, ia
represented by a play in tho original
Tho poetry in this number is above
nraito. Anionc tho verse-writers aro
Edith M. Thomas, John Vanco Chenoy
Madison Cawcin. Arthur Macy, Ethol
M. Kelley, Lizotto Woodworth Reeso
Theodosia Garrison, Arthur Stringer,
Clinton Scollard and Elsa Barker.
Throughout the pages tho usual light.
skiU and jokes nro found in abundance
It may bo safely eald that this 3 tho
vorv best number of Tho Smart Set
which has been issued.
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the matter of the state 1
Clark Richards, j
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed administrator of the above en
titled estate, filed his account in final
settlement of said estate on the 2Sth day
of December 1903, and on the 2Sth day
of December 1603, the Judge of tho
above entitled Court, duly made
an order fixing Monday, February 1st,
1904, at tho County Court House, in
Roseburg, Douglas County, Oregon, at
10 o'clock a. m. of said day, as the timo
and place for hearing the objections
thereto, and for the final settlement of
said estate, any and all jrson8 object
ing to said fiual account, or any part
thereof, aro herebv notified to filo tho
same in tno above enutieu court anu
causo, on or before tho time set for said
E. E. RICHARDS,
Dec 28 Administrator.
State or Ohio, Crrr or Toledo, ) M
Lucas County. f "
Frask J. Cnaxrr makes oath that he j
is senior partner of the firm of F.J.I
Cueset & Co., doing business In the City j
of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,
and that said firm will pay the sum of j
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and even-case of Cataekii that cannot)
be cured by the use of Hall's Gitabkh !
Cchb. Fsaxk J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in j
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 1SS6.
( - , A. W. GLEASON.
seal v Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal
ly, and acta directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of tho system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
THOUSHNDS S575V THHT
Is the Best Pablishea at any ptdee. It
is only 10 eents a eopy $1.00 a year.
A Business Proposition.
IS THE CIRCUIT C lURT OK THE STATE
OF OREGON FOR D 1UGLAS COUNTT.
P-trlcK J.Jcnning.riluiiu, i
N'oocdav Mlnlnc Company.
(A prlvaio Corporation)
Mwtira ii. i.eign, uciirv urn
ham Drown. Ucone J. Atkins.
and John 1'. Ahrcni, tiuttoe,
Tit fJnnmluT Mlnluc ComPAlir. (a nrlvHlo cor
nmttnn). Kiwanl II. Leleli. Henrr Urahara
UlVWIl! Vl-IIfcU luo. mi'. vuti & nt"i'i
trustee, nbovo named de'euilants, anil to each
of mid defendants:
In tne name ol tho atato ol Oregon, you ana
nach ol you aro hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint nieit against you in mo
above entitled suit on r beloro tho lilh day oj
March, 1901. and It yon lall so to appear ana
answer. I r want uicreoi me piaimm win ap
ply to tho Court (or tho relief demanded In tho
complaint, a succinct statement of which Is
mat tno ueiennani itenrjr urKiiiuu Oram"
bo decreed to hold such title as ho may have to
the mill and mill-site and p opcrty deacrlbcd In
me complaint in irusi ior mo uoirnuaui nu
ward 11. Leigh for the uso and beueot of plaln
tlfT. and dlvistlnccaoh of tho defendants of
anyandollrtRbt, tlllo aud Interest thoy or
either ol them may have or claim. In or to said
property or nuj psrt thereof, and vcstlnK the
same In tho plaintiff and perpetually enjoining
the defendants and each of lliem from atscrilUR
anrilBht, title or interest tn, or control orer.
said proirty or any put thereof: for tho cost
and disbursements ol this suit and for Bitch
oi hi r mid furl her relief as to tho Court shall
seem i unliable. ,
Th a summons Is puWWicJ by virtue ot nn
order duly mado and entered In tho above en
titled Court and causo by tho Honorable J. i .
llan.llton, Judge olaald Court, dated January
If vou are coins east a careful seleo I
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joyment of your trip. If it is a business
trip timo is tho main consideration ; if a I
pleasure trip, scenerv and the conven-1
fences and comforts of a modern rail
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B. II. Tkombcll.
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Articles of intense interest J Slc good short stories, hum
on Subjects of the greatest erooa stories, stories of life sad
national importance. 1 action and always good.
In 1904 McClure's -will be more interesting,
important aud entertaining than ever.
"Every 3?ear is better man the last or it
would not be McClurca
Subscribe now for McUtsra y .or 1904 and get the
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Notice for Publication.
United States Land Office.
RoseDurg, Oregon. Au 10, 1913.
Notlea is hereby siren that ta eompHane
with the provisions of th act of Congresa o
Jnne,lS78,enUlliid"Anat for the tala ol
timber lands In tba 8tv o California, Orsoa
Knuta nrt Wtjhttiirton Territory." assxtaaa-
d to all tha public land states by act ot JtuiMl
fir Mnntrsnno. county of Chehalts, state ol I
Washington has this day IlloJ in this offlco his
KwonutxtcnientJJo.MOi; ft tho purohasj of
tin XnTthpnattitiartfr of section No. SS. In l
Townihtn No. 'J7 south of nns No. 3 west
and will offer proof to show that tba land sou gat
Is more valuablo for Its timber or siono man
for agricultural purposes, and to establish his
elalm before the Ksatster and Receiver of this
n VTi.Uv tho Mud lav 01 January, 1901. He!
Ilsmttt Ait riti,ii,- Maltlo M. shannon. Ab
-id,)on. Wash.. B. Krakenbcrger, Rowbartr.
Oru..rulGarr.Rocbur, Ore., J. H. Evans,
Hon of this summons is twlco a week lor six , Any and allrcrsons claiming oTerscjy me
mc-csidvo. weeks, thodatoof the first
tlon whereof Is January a'8'.
UttAwroaD & Vl ATSO.V.
6 Attorneys for fUlutlff,
above described lands arc requested to Wj
I their claims In this cQce or or JMfore wUd aind
t j.uo,, Ueglster.
&uedkOI1L With a Rock Island
K1BB $f system ume raoic ana
CatQ WW f 0ne of our folders, "Across
the Continent in a Tourist
Sleeper," you can easily
figure out your route to aay
point in the East.
The Rock Island has its own
lines from Denver, St, Paul and
Minneapolis to Omaha, Kansas City,
Chicaeo. Memphis and i.aoo other
towns and cities in the Middle "West.
It is a good railroad and its trains are as com
fortable as money can make them. Write or
call and I will take pleasure in giving you fuU
L. D, C0RHAM, General At
140 Third StrM4, Portia rf. Or.
Roseburg, Oregon. 2-tf