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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1904)
It's the Quality that Keeps the Customers
. OurSDring goods that are constantly arriving are well known for their
quality. It is a pleasure for us to show this beautiful line. All we ask is for
3'ou to give us the opportunity.
Note that our clothing fits well and is up to date, our Dress Goods are
nobby and pretty, our Shoes are staunch and comfortable, our Hats are stylish
and shapely, our Furnishings are new and -nobby, our Wash Goods are pretty
and cheap in price.
EVERYTHING IS MEW AMD GOOD
The People's Store
I. ABRAHAfl, Prop.
a a mt m e m m mm mzsm ... .......KJ.AA
One Door Southof P. 0.
and Main Streets
Mrs. Belle Collins
For Good rAini and
Fair Prices Go To
L ne Sts.,
Abstract of Title to Deeded Land.
Papers prepared for filing on Govern
ment Land. .
Bine Points .of Township Maps showing
all vacant Lands.
Plans and Estimates for all Build
ings. Special designs for Of f ice Fixture
Office in new Bank Bnilding. 'Phone 415
Notice of Forfeiture.
CotUe-i Grove, Lane County. Suite of Oregon,
March K. 1&01.
To E. C. Gunn a administrator of the ettaTPI
of D. B. Col ton, deceased, and to Mis. T. F. Wil
Min, Mrs.Claik J.Tisdel, Atis Carrie E. Mason,
Miss May Masn, Erastns Cotton, Ben T. Gunn,
and E. C. Gunn, heirs at law of ald D B Co:
lon, deceased, and to all other persons claim
ing any right, title or Inte;e.t, either inlaw
ot eqaity in or to the mining claim herein
after described, as heirs of the eaid D. B. Col
ton, deceased or otherwise:
Ton and each of jon are hereby nolitied, that
r, the undersigned, nave expended money and
performed labor and woik to the amount ol
One Hundred Dollars, upon the "Homer" lode
mining cairn, situated in the Bohemia Minin:
District, in the County of Douglas, SUtc 01
That the money so expended and the labor
lcrfornicd was performed and expended on
and between the 1st day of September and the
30lb day ot September A. D. 1903, in order to
hold said premies under the provisions of
Section 22t of the Revised Slatutc-s of the
United States and lawsof the State of Oregon,
being the amount leqnired to hold the same
ior the year ending lieember31,ll)Ce.
That said wort upon said claim was per
formed by Edd. JenVs and Ben. Curry for and
at the expense of the undersigned.
And if within XinetypO) days Iroui thescr
TSceoItliis Jioticeupon yon by the Sheriff or
-within Ninety (90) days after .service of tlii
notice "by publication you fail or ref nse to con
tribcte the proportion of snch expenditure an a
co-ownpr, yoor Interest in the raid cla'm wil
become the property of the undersigned under
tald Section 2321 by reason of said failure to
contribute said projiorlion of said expenditure
GOLD MEDAL CONTEST.
Winners Were Dale Griffith, Helen
Cardwell and Lllith Aloore.
A large audience listened to the gold
medal declamation contest betwet n the
pupil- of the Rosehurg pithlic schools
Tuesday evening at the Hosebnrg the
ater. All participants acquitted tliem-
selves with credit. These three, who
according to the decisions of the judges,
carried off first honors, were as follows:
Primary division, comprising 1st, 2nd
and 3rd grades six contestants Dale
Griffith, of the 1st grade ; poem, "The
Intermediase division, comprising the
4th, 5th and 6th grades five contest
ants Helen Cardwell, of the 5th grade;
poem, "That Grumbling Old Woman."
Advanced division, comprising the
7th, 8th, 9th and 10th grades four con
testants Lilith Moore, of the 10th
grade; poem, "Biddy's Trials Among
The judges selected were Supt. F. B.
Hamlin, Mrs. S. C. Flint and Mrs. J. W.
Hamilton! The medals were presented
, by B. W. Strong.
The net proceeds from the admission
funds will be devoted to the expenses of
the Roseburg High School Athletic
AdventistS.WiH DeJicate Church.
- Do not forget that at 10:30 on Sunday
the .Adventists will dedicate their church
in -West Roseburz. There will be
preaching by Elder Burg on Friday
night at 7:45, on Saturday at 10:30 a.
tn . at2 n. m. and at 7:45 n. m. All are
A Canyonillve Item.
Vnr sixt.v davs. commencing March
10, ,1 will sell AT COST, for cash, furni
ture, hardware, tinware and granite
ware. Come early to secure good bar
gains, for this offer will hold good only
lor the length of time aloreetaieu.
20-m 1 John E. Love.
Of" T nrsl Tntprpsf . i,
Dr's. CheadleA Johnson, dentists.
W. H. Jamieson has returned from
Osteopathy is founded on the most
scientific methods. 30-tf
H. Wilson, of Canyonville, is in this
city on busiues, today.
WalU r Threlkeld, of Kellogc, arrived j
in this city on Wednesday's local.
.v-' c ''ting, from 4 to 14 years, a
y .. ! ds, AT COST, Ash & Att-
M. K lVpn-a:td V. ' Uurd i)f Sa
lem are rogiMe'cd .it Lit McClallen
Mr?. L. E. Shea of lndale"was in
the city this week Im-dness ltefore
the county clerk.
Have yon seen that 'lv-iit line of
lace curtains? We are statu in also full
line ot portiers and wiihw .-it des. 'B
Governor Geo. K. Cmm' 't?.-.in and
wife, of Salem, e ..-. el at the
C- 1. Levengood, who has been in
Coos county on legal business, litis re
turned to this city.
Plain sewing and dressmaking is solic
ited by Mrs. Wooten on the corner of
Oak and Stephens streets!
Mr. and Mrs. R. It. Mathews and
little daughter, left Tuesday for Tort
land to remain indefinately.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the
home of Mrs. E. V. Thompson, Friday
afternoon, April 22ud at 2:30
Mrs. M. Devaney h is returned from
Grants Pass, where she went to cloe
the sale on personal property there.
Yolney Dixon left thi- morniin; for
Eneene (b be present at the Ktisene
High school-liosebnrg High sclio-tl de
bate. Rev. J. A. Townsend left Tued ty for
Ashland, to be present at the semi-annual
meeting of the Southern Oregon
Attorney Geo. M. Brown left on this
morning's local for Coos county, via
Drain, to attend the regular term of
Miss Graham, a sister of Mr. X.
Currv of Riverside farm arrived in this
city Wedneseay from Ireland for an in
S. P. Engineer F. L.'Beard, has taken
a run on the Oswego local out of Port
land, and will leave tomorrow for that
place with his wife.
, J. W. Tolford has rented the cottage
at the corner of Douglas and Rose
streets. He expects his wife to arrive
from Seattle this week.
Mrs. M. L, Kock, who has been visit
ing her brother, A. T. Morian and
family, of this city, left Tuesday morn
ins on her return to her homo in Mc-
Keati county, Penn.
Mrs. K. B. Houston and littl son, and
Miss Etlie Need ham, who have been
visiting in this city, left Tuesday morn
ing on their return to Saleni. Knronte
they will visit Mrs. Houston's parents,
E. E. McClanahan at Eugene.
Portland Telegram : Maurice Abra
ham oislinguialied himself at the week
ly shoot of the SuItiiomah Hod and
Gun Club Sunday, winning both the
Lipmau cup, whirli becomes his jterson-
al proiierty, and also the Inmau medal.
The Rufeburg High school debating
team, consisting ol Earl Strong, John
Townsend anil Edwin Moore, left, on
this morning's local, for Eugene, where
they debate with the Eugene High
school team. A goodly number of pu
pils were at the train to give the team a
I have just received gold rollers for the
purpose of rolling., gold for bridge and
crown woik, and as I use nothing but
coin for shells am thus assured of its
durability. Those desiring this class of
lental' work will do well to consult
me. rarties out oi tiie city may De
assured of prompt attention hy making
engagement by maij. Dr. Pearson, D
The Christian Ei)deavor foriety of the
Presbyterian church are planning to
give a rose festival in the opera house
late in May or early in June, the date
to be determined later. It isJ-he inten
tionofthe young people to spare no
trouble in making this festival the great
est success of any ever held in Roseburg,
and rose growers are requested to keep
the affair in mind that the number of
exhibitors may be as great as possible
Captain Ben D. Boswell of the famous
Boewell Springs has returned from San
Francisco where he has been spending
the winter. Mr. Boswell says that he
went to Frisco to avoid the rains but
next time he will stay in good old Doug
las county where the rains can bo de
pended uon and will not flood they
streets continually. Mr. Boswell will
return to his surinns immediately and
prepare the resort for the summer rush
Springs will open for business May 1st
Cheadle it Johnson, dentists.
Log Cabin Creams at Currier's.
See Bell Sisters' $2 00 trimmed hats.
Osteopathy cures when other methods
fail. " 30-tf
Wood for sale. Leave order with J. F.
It is our own fault if you are not
well. Trv Osteopathy. 30-tf
If it is p "Floral" it is the latest and it
can be hud at Stratfords gallery only
Char.es Verghteand J. E. Pelton, of
Ishlnud are registered at McClallen
Daniel Robbins has resigned his posi
tion in Marks' store and will soon leave
Ed. T. Naghel, the popular Piano
tuner is busy in the district around
Miss Zuba White, of this city who has
been visiting in Myrtle Creek has re
W. W. Cardwell, Secretary of the
Board of Trade spent the day in Oak
land on business.
Dr. J. C. Twicthell and Judge W. D.
Thompson, wont to Yoncolla on busi
ness this morning.
Mrs. C. A. Sehlhrede, of Portland, is
the gnest of her daughter, Mrs. Fred'
F. A. KribbS, n ptdmllitnt tiniborlitnd
buyer ia in this city on business today.
L. II. Ziglor, of Iono, will arrive hero
tonight for a visit with his mother, Mrs.
G. F. Farrell, who has been employed
in the S. P. depot here, as telegrapher is
now located at West Scio.
J.C. Ryan, of Portlrnd was in this
city on business Wednesday. Mr. Ryan
was formerly a well known foot racer
who made his head quartors at Rose
burg about 13 years ago.
The Mental Culture Club will dose a
year of much pleasant and profitable
work next week, the last meeting being
the musicalo to be given at the homo of
Judge and Mrs. J. 0. Fullorton next
Horace McKinloy, D. W. Taploy, C.
A. Hardy and A. C. Woodcock of Eu
gene aro registered at tho McClallen
house. These gentleman are here gath
ering testimony in tho case of Horace
Mclvinley who was recently indicted by
tho U. S. grand jury on a charge of
fraud in timber land entr ies.
The S, P. train dispatchers ollice is
now running in full blast hero in tho
room formerly occupied by tho conduc
tors. Chief dispatcher Morris is assist
ed by dispatchers, E. B. Pengra, C. W.
Martyn, Earl Lander and Olaf Olsson,
stenographer, Mr. Brown, and clerk,
Geo. W. Vanfel. Mr. Osburn and .Mr.
Lyons are retained here at present as
operators in the deot.
Oakland Owl Hoots.
Miss Lola Gray will commence a term
of school at Coon creek. Monday.
Rev. Israel Putnam, of Cottago Grove,
is making improvements on his home
stead, near Kellogg.
Miss Alice Fisher has charge of the
Oakland telephone system during the
absence of Mits Lura I'inkston.
Munbers of Oak Leaf Circle, W. O.
W , aro requested to meet next Thurs
Oakland Democrats have named C.
W. Vail for justice of the peace and E.
II. I'inkston for constable.
George Mitchell, youngest son of
Senator John H. Mitchell, of Portland,
was in the city, the first of the week.
Tuesday morning, Mrs. Lynn C'aton
returned from Portland, accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. A. E. t'aton and J. L.
Roderick and two sons, of Dedham,
Mis Lucy Hay visited" Oakland
friends, last Sunday She has just fin
ished a term of school at Red hill and
commenced a six months term at Wolf
E. II. Cooper and Frank McCain, of
YOUR MONEY BACK
During the month of April wc will issue with every cash purchase a dated duplicate sales check stating
the amount of your purchase. At the end of the month a date will be selected and every person holding
checks of that date will have their purchase money refunded: In other words we are going to present to our
customers the amount of one days sales. 'We are not doing this in a philanthropic mood but as one way of
advertising. We want you to become better acquainted with our store and when you do this we are confident
oTinakin-g you our steady customers. The date will not be selected until May ist. In-order to make this a
more momentous event we will from time to time offer special inducements in the line of special sales. Re
memoer your money back if you are lucky.
Special No. 1
Men's Black Russia Calf Shoes,
New Styles and New Goods. The Re
nowned Florsheim make. A fairly com
plete line of sizes.
.Regular price, - $3.50 & $ 4.00
Money back sale price - - $2.60
Special No. 2
Ten patterns Scotch flannel waist
iugs, new patterns, -will wash without
looking color, unexcelled fonshirt waists,
boys' waists or summer suits in three
qualities which sold for 40. 65 Sc 75 cts.
75c grade Money back Sale Price 53c
65c " " 43C
40c " " " " 's 27c
Gettins, of this city.
You should never submit to ap opera
tion nntn you have consulted your Os
teopathic physician. 30-tf
C. E. Hasard, of Drain, the republi
can nominee for county Clerk, is in this
citv today on business.
T. R. Sheridan, who has been in San
Francico, Cal., for the past month, re
turned home Tuesday eveninc
Mrs. Parsley, who has been visiting
friends in Sonth Douglas, returned to
this-city Wednesday morning.
You probably never saw folder photo
at less than fS 03 p;r dozen they are
f4.0. ami up at Stratfords. See them.
J. A. Willis, of Myrtle Creek, was in
this city on business Tuesday. He re
ports that the saw mill and oil well will
soon resume operation.
Among those who went to Eugene to
attend the debate were, Miss Rose Par-
rott, Volney Dixon, Wilbur Faulkner,
Bessie Coshow, and Emma Sehlhrede.
H. C. Galey, of Tacoma, agent of the
Penn Mental Life lusurance Co., spent
Wednesday in Rosehurg greeting old
friends, cnroule to his former home at
Our spring line of carpets has arrived.
and ws are prepared to fit up your house
in the latest designs and coloring. Call
and examine for yourself. B W. Strong
the Furniture man.
Mrs. E. Wilkinson, of Medford, is the
guest of her sister, Mis. H.T. McClal
len, of this city, having stopped over
here Tuesday evening, returning from
Portland, where she has been visiting.
"I have used Chtmberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets with most satisfactory
results," says Mrs. F. L. Phelps, Hous
ton, Texas.j For indigestion, billions
ness and constipation these tablets aro
most excellent. Sold by A. C. Marsters
Thos. C. Bloomer, returned yesterday
afternoon from Roeburg, where he is
conducting the McClallen house. He
reiortfl excellent business at his new
hotel there and extwets to return to
Roseburg the last of tho week after
speuding a few days here. Albany
Throuvdi his attorney, J. C. Long. S.
J. Culver, guardian of Koliert Ililde-
brand, minor son of W. O. Hildebrand, ;
deceased, has filed suit in the Circuit
Court here agaiust the Artisan OrJer, to
recover $1000 insurance which Mr
Hildebrand is alleged to have carried in
Remember that it is quality, not
quantity, that we strive for in furnish
ing our cityjrade, therefore you will
always get the cheapest milk of tho
Gaiidis Dairy, !ecause the best. All
retail milk -delivered in bottles. Our
specialties are cream, milk and butter
milk. If you don't see the wagon,
'phone to the Creamery. 14-tf
for the last several days tho rains
have arrested the practice of the local
base ball aggregation, but the boys have
practiced diligently at "coon-can" and
"solitary" at the Roseleaf: Harvey
Newell says its tho best practice i for
keeping you ."batting eye" as you must
keep a close watch for stealing tricks
Midget Melhngton says it is as easy to
steal trices at "coon-can" as it is to steal
bjses on Bilyeu.
Attorneys John Long and J, A.
' Coojier fc Dake's saw
of the week,
some new ma-
Our Spring Stock is now almost Complete
And new goods are arriving daily. Our
styles are new, our prices are right.
Be sure to ask for a duplicate sales check when making cash purchases. All materials shrunk by our uew
sieam process free of charge.
New Golf Shirts, Ladies and Men's Shoes, Summer Dress Goods, Laces and Embroidries, Underwear
Boy's Clothing, Hosiery, Calicces, Ginghams, and Milliuery.
NOTICE: The above money back offer applies only to cash purchases not to money paid on account or charge sales
JOSEPHSON'S fL ROSEBURG, ORE.
The World's Fair Route.
Thoe anticiituing an Kastern trip, or j
a visit to tne Ixmiiiana l nrctiasc fcxpo-
John W Res et ux to C L Chenoweth ;
$3500 ; part of the D L C of R E Strat-
ton also fractional el nc?a sec 30 con- j
tninim. 2 20 nrri-o. n1 Se4 SeC 30 con- ,
,,,-;. ca so rr s' . sec 30 con- 'i,on at ?t-1-0"5, cannot affoni to over
taking 24 50 acres, ne i.e.V,' sec 31 con- i 1 advantages offered by the M
laining 21.30 acres ; al-o lot 2 sc 31, 6wj Metric Railway, which, on ac
M sel4- sec 30 w- ne4' 31, so sw-4 j nt f various routes and gateways,
. t ..i ,i ut.i tl it t. has been appropriately named "The
frnm fVrtl.ii! tlt fi Iit
Mr. CooiHjr purchased
chinery for the mill.
J. H. Miller has received a new four
horse power gasoline engine of the very
latest pattern. This engine burns dis
titate. a bi-product-of petroleum, which
is much cheaper ami safer than gaso
line. Michael Murphy died of pneumonia,
in Coles Vallev. April 5. aged about 20
years. The deceased was a son .of Pal
trick Murphv and was well and favora
bly known throughout Douglas county.
D. W. Dake and S. J. Clifton returned
to the I'pper Ctilapsoia saw mill. Wed-1
nesdav morning. They report pretty
Lad roads but with two or three days
sunshine wilt be in fair condition.
Umpqiui lodge, I. 0. ). F., will give a
select entertainment, April 27. Oak
Hnd Rebekah lodge, the subordinate
and Rebekah lodges of Rosehurg, and a
few outside friends will lw invited. Re
freshmentii will be Served.
Mamie, the little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Rolwrt Hall, was taken to Port
land, yesterday, where an operation will
jerhaps le jwrformed for appendicitis.
The little sufferer was accompanied by
her mother, and grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs A. E. Smith.
all in tp 25 e of r 5 west.
World's Fair Route."
Passengers from the Northwest take
the Missopri Pacific train from Dn
ver or Pueblo, with the choice of either j
went to ! 'going direct through Kansas Uity, or via
Wichita, Fort Scott and Pleasant Hill. ;
Two trains daily from Denver and Pa-
Full line of Ingrains
Both Wool and Cotton
We are stowing a fine line of Lace Curtains
Real Estate Transfers.
Several of our young peol
Boswell Springs Sunday.
li4Aa Harol .milttr and Vivian Yett.
....... .. . . , - i . ! .... . "
were Drain visitors Sunday and Moil cu,u w 1J"u,a " '"'uuk w"u - wntcn have just arrived.
. j ing all classes of modern equipment, in-
- . . eluding electric Ugh tl observation par-, 1 " lJ Fns of Poitiers ia the latest designs
lor cafe dining cars. Ten daily trains I ! colorings.
between Kansas City and St. Louis. : f v , ,, ,
Write, or call on w. c. McBride, Gen- t wc carry from 500 to icoo Window Shades in
erai Agent, 121 Third street, Portiami J ?tock including the celebrated Henry V. Green shade,
for detail! it.fttmation and illustrate I J tile DCit that monev can buy.
Miss Lillie Kewman, is stayin
Mrs. Burdette, wlw is quite sick. ,
Rev. Peck closed tlie meetings SurHlay
evening with an excellent sermon. He
expects to preach his last Yoncaila ser
mon next Sunday morning and start to
to California next week.
Mr. Conn, of Roseburg, accompanied
by his wife, has ben visiting his sister,.
Mrs. McCnrdy, wlm is iuite ill, but
under the care of Dr. Page is slowly re
covering. Dr. Wade came up from "Drain Mon
day to se Miss Kate Butler who has
been sick several days.
It will pay you to see us before you
all Krnse itXewland.
City Treasurers Notice.
Notice ia hereby given that all parties
; holding city warrants endorsed prior to
j Aug. tith, 1M)2, are requested to present
I Lhe same to tha ritv treasurer for tiav-
Mr. Fr,nl Goff, iutcnimliate teacher. nenti aa inleregt HI ctkse thereon after
is nrevente.1 from tilling his. position i ,,,.,..,,,. ,- t
Datil Itosebnru, Ore., Apr. 5, ll0J.
H. C. Slot- m,
this week, because of sore throat. His
pupils are riith Prof, Davis during his
absence. This sounds like we were in
an unhealthy locality, but unusually
our people have good health.
Buchanan, left today by private convey
anc! for Coos Countv, to attend to busi
ness before the circuit court there. As
these two gentlemen are both candidates
for Justice of tho Peacj of the Roseburg
preeeints. wo may expect toliear of a
tradgedy aud probably only one will-re
turn and he will claim the oflico. There
is some talk that a duel has been arrang
ed between the two and this frclndly
rule is only a limit. .May the best man
Reported by Title Guarantee and
Sarah S Ross to A F Stearns and C L
Chenoweth, tSOO; lots 1 and 2 in block
0 in the town of Yoncaila.
C D Drain et ux to Mrs H A McClur-
an, f 75; lots 2, 3, 4, 5, (, 7, and S in blk j
3 Krewson's; Add to Drain. j
It P Endic itt et ux to John Barlell, j
$500; lots 14, 15 and IS in Riverside ad
dition to city of Ros'dmrg.
Pulina Smith to. Seleigh Iluddlcston,
$50; do4' ae'i pec 33 tp 22 s, r 7 west.
W J Sherman et ux to Mary" Cole,
V00; lot 15 in block 2 in Devore's Add
to the town of Yoncaila, containing 40
Sarah M Hunsaker and husband to
J S Dunivan, $75; Beginning at tho se
I corner of lot 1 in blk 14 of town of Myr
i tie Creek, thence westerly along ronth
line of said lot 1 25 ft; tnenco northerly
at same angle as said block 14, 100 ft to
line between lots. 2 and 3 ' block 14 ;
thence southeast 54 ft at same angle as
line between lots 2 and 3 block 14;
thence south westerly 7S feet to- inter
sect line between the Buick and W S
Johnson property, thence west to corner
of lot 1 block 14, tho place of beginning.
M E Rooney to Fred J Rlak'ey, $200;
neli swfa' sec 1 tp 20 s." r 3 west.
M Lemmcret ux to Minnie Brotzke,
$1 nnd other considerations '.18.81 acres
in sections 10 and 20 in tp 27 8, r 4 west
M E church of Drain ?o Sarah Peasley
$175; lots 7 and 8 in block 2, of Krew
son's Add to Drain.
Thomas Thomas to Ella Thomas $100;
lot G in blk 18 in town plat of city of
Georco D Hinsdalo et ux to A 15
Hou3er ot ux $500; lot 11 in block 1 in
north Park Add to Roseburg.
Dillion Ashcr et ux to H A McMur
phy et ux $1350 ; 5 acres in sec 14 and 15
tp 27 s, rO west.
Albert Abraham et ux to Mooro. C
Gregory $1200; lot 5 in block 41m city
EG Young & CO to Geo Hall $3300;
h)j no soy of see 10 tp 21 b, r 4 w ex
cepting 40 acres sold to Ralph COckeram
J P Duncan et ux to 0 & C It R Co
assignment; iiw) eeK ac 33, tp 24 e
r 0 west.
J. P. Duncan et ux 16 0 & 0 R- R Co
assignment ; 110K eK sec 30 tp 24 s
Ashland Tidings: Mr. G. C. Morris' j
who has been chief train dispatcher at j
Ashland for the past eix years, left for j
Roseburg on the early train Miwnlay, ,
where he will make the necessary ar- A
rangements for the installation of the
dispatcher's otlico of the division he-f
tween this city and Junction. Trick ( i
Dispatchers C. W. Maryn, E. B. IVngra, ;
O. Olosson and 0erator Lenders will ,
MRS.' H. EASTON t
is nrenared to wait unon old
and new customers and friends
with a full and complete
- GROCERIES -
All frosh and of the very beet
quality. Teas aad coffees aro
snecialties Your patronage
:. i c. 11 K.. V
follow him in a day or two. The remov
al of tlic.e railroad olhcinls from Ash
land will lie a'di-tinct loss to this city, J CrtCTPD TO
yotoniy in the line of tleir profession, N. A. rUl) i tK CC vU.,
but as citizens and neighbors. This is GOVERNMENT
notably true of Mr. Morris, who during LANDS
his residence here has taken an active ai derivtion. Farms and Min-
an ellicient interest in all matters per- eral Lands. Oregon, Washington
hiinmi. to the public welfare. For two . Minnesota
terms he was the president of tho Ash
land Board of Trade, and during his in
cumbency of that ollice, the si'wer sys
tem, street and road improvements,
and other matters to which the board
gave its attention were agitated andj AnfJ mj.gj. Beautiful FlOWefS
given a forward impetus winch havoi
materially benellted the town.
I B. W. STRONG'S
FURNITURE S TO R E
i ROSEBURG, OREGOi
Cabinet photos, $2.50 jwr dozn, and
other sizes nccortlingly, for a short time,
at the Sunbeam Photo Parlors. 31-1 m-p
Notice for Publication.
U. S. Lnntl Office, RojeMirv. re .
March 2!, 1901.
Nutlra 11 hereby plren that In compllKnca
with the iirorliloiiiof the act ot CotiRien ot
Jane 3, )SiS, entttleil "An act or the sale ot
timber lands In the Slates of Callfornla.Oteson
NeTada.anJ WahltiKton Territory," aaeTteml
ed to all the public land states by act of August
of KoebtirB. tmntv of I)hiii;1hs. state of. Ote-
11011, niH uuxiiay nieu in in mimrc ncr sworn
sttunn lit nii uM.t fur tnu imrt'hVc nf the lnts
3, 4. Ii'inht int nimrtiT of the Southwest tiiiartci
ot section l.", t "n'ilji W soutti, ranvro 1 il
and w ill offer proof to show that the land sought
Is more valuable for It timber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to establish his.
claim before the ltci;lslcr and Kecelrer ot this
office of Rotsburf, Oregon,
oil Tilt-allay, thuaist 1 ty of May, 1001. She
names a witnetics: K.hvitnl II Ix-nox, Oeorco
lennx, l'C ltcnm of KoH'tmrir, Oregon, Sam
llallnlnKer, of llrockwar, OrcR'Hi.
Apy niul all perrnux clalmlur ad Tersely the
hIhivu desi-rlbetl lands are requested to file
tliclr cUims In this olllco on or before said 31st
day ofMay 1901,
J.T, Hridqes, Register.
In County Court ot State ot Oregon for
In the matter ot the estate of John Il.Shupo,
Notlco Is hereby itlt en that tho undersigned
by order ot abovo-naineil Court, mmlo nnd
cntertMl.ln the Journnlotsald Court on April
12lh, 1901, wk nppoliitol admlulstralor 'L the
All pt-miiis having cIhIiih against wild ustito
are reiiuested 10 present tho s-ime.ilu'y verltled,
within U iiioiitiis from u-lo ot tliii notice, and
all perMn iudebied to said ett iiru rvnuest
el to make luimcilliito payment to tlio uinler
1 gned, at his ollice, Uevlew building, Uote
Dated this 12lh (lay ot April, 1'JOI.
J C. KulLkutoh, AdruluUtrator.
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ontisfaction without extra cost. It is
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of this county. For circulars and prices,
address Stearns & Chenoweth, Oakland,
Oro., or S. 11. Crouch, Oakland. Ore. ly
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