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Bryan's Appeal for Parker.
Friends and countrymen, let's trust
Though he's not a man to trust
Let's endeavor to elect him,
Though his cause is far from just :
I have put awav all rancor
As I promised them I would,
I am for the splendid ticket,
Though it isn't any good.
Let us gird ourselves for hattle
But 1 hope we cannot win
Let us pray to be successful,
Though success would be a sin.
Let us give the people's banner
Unto him to nobly bear,
But it's dangerous to do it
For it isn't on the square.
Let us wave our hats for Parker,
The poor tool of foxy Dave ;
Let us rest our hopes upon him,
Though he's Mammon's cringing
Let us raise him up to power,
Help to send him whooping through
But remember here I warn you
You'll be sorry if you do.
Myrtle Creek News.
(From the Mail.)
Died, at Canyonville, on July
1904, Wni. Linville, aged 90 years.
The Johnson Lumber Co. is having
their dams lepaired and everything put
in shape for an active season's run with
their big mill here.
"Ym. P. Johnson visited Grants Pass,
Medford and Ashland this week in the
interest of his extensive lumbering busi
W. H. Cochran has sold his residence
property in Myrtle Creek to Mrs. Suth
erlin of Winchester and moved with his
family this week to Wilbur.
A fine little daughter was bora Sun
day afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. "Won. P.
Johnson. Consequently Wni. P. is
stepping higher than a blind horse in a
yellow jackets' nest. However, the
doctors believe they can pull him
through all right by careful nursing.
.Miss .Belle franer ol Kiddle was in
town yesterday and informed us that
she expects to start next week for San
Francisco, where she will remain a vear
in the Hopkins art institute. Her
brother. G. E. Pruner and wife accom
panied her to Myrtle Creek.
Ihe editor's wife and three little sons
left Roseburg, Monday for Portland
where Mrs. Shutt will remain in the St.
Vincent hospital a month or so, under
medical treatment, it being necessary
to have an operation performed. Dur
ing this time the children will remain
at the home of their aunt, the wife of
Bev. E. Curran at Hillsboro.
A road petition is being circulated
here by Ed Weaver and generally signed
asking the county court of Douglas coun
ty to make a county road on the south
side of the TJmpqna river from Myrtle
Creek to Riddle, a distance of six miles,
with a bridge over the river here. Two
miles of the road, at this end, is already
completed, leaving onlv four miles to
Dr. Maggie Finlay, a prominent lady
osteopothist, recently from Minneapolis,
who has been for the past month at
Roseburg, is in town and mav conclude
to remain here for Eome time.
On Tuesday afternoon a barn six
miles below here, belonging to Robt,
Eccleston of Fresno, Cal., was entirely
destroyed by fire, together with about
six toss of hay, a set of harness, etc
We did not learn how the fire originated
or whether there was any insurance on
Mrs. J. H. Butler, a prominent lady
capitalist of Butte, Montana, who owns
a section of valuable timber land near
this place, is here this week for the pur
pose of disponing of the land to Rose'
bure capitalists. Mrs. Butler and her
eon, who have become immensely
wealthy in the cattle business in Mon
tana, have concluded to leave that cold
frozen country and have spent several
winters in Florida, Southern California
and Mexico, in the search for a milder
and more suitable climate. It will sur
prise a great many people to learn that
Myrtle Creek suits; Mrs Butler better
than any place she has seen in all her
travels, and she has. signified her in ten
tion of locating here permanently. She
will first make a trip to Montana and
dispose of her extensive interests there.
Mrs. Butler and son will prove a valna
ble acquisition to Myrtle Creek, and on
people willive them a hearty welcome,
Special Excursion to the World's Fair
lne Denver & Kio brande, in connec
tion with the Missouri Pacific, will run
a series of Personally Conducted Excur
sions to the World's Fair during June,
These excursions will run through to St
Louis without change of cars, making
short stops at principal points enronte.
The first of these Excursions will leave
Portland June 7tb, and the second June
17th. The rate from Roseburg will be
$75.45 to St. Louis and return. Excur
sionists going via the Denver & Rio
Grande have the privilege of returning
via a differnt route. This is the most
pleasant way, as well as the most de
lightful route, to cross the continent,
The stops arranged give an opportunity
of visiting the various points of interest
in and about Salt Lake City, Denver and
Kansas City. If you wish to accompany
one of these excursions write at once to
W. C. McBride, 124 Third street, Port
land, for sleeping car reservations
The Fair Route
Via Chicago or New Orleans to St,
Xouis, is the one that gives you the most
for your money, and the fact that the
ILLINOIS CENTRAL offers unsur
passed service via these points to the
WORLD'S FAIR, and in this connec
tion to all points beyond, makes it to
your advantage, in case you contemplate
a trip to any point east, to write us be
fore making final arrangements.
We can offer the choice of at least a
dozen different routes.
B. 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.,
Room 1, Colman Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
Fire destroyed a large area
and clashing on the Mobawk.
GAME LAWS OF OREGON. j
At this season of the year there !
are beginning to come in inquiries
as to the open and closed season
for fish and game in Oregon. The
Plaindealek prints the following
brief synopsis furnishing the in
formation: Male deer, antelope and moun
tain sheep, open season July 15 to
November 1. Female deer, Au
gust 15 to November 1. Killing
of spotted fawns, elk or beaver
j prohibited at all times of year.
: No one is allowed to take more
than five deer in a season. Night
i hunting or with dogs, the pur
chase or sale of hides without
tags, or of venison, prohibited.
Open season for silver grey
squirrel, October 1 to January 1.
Quail, grouse, native pheasants,
prairie chickens, open season Oc
tober 1 to December 1; limit, 10
birds per day. Douglas county,
Sept. 1 to Dec. 1.
Ducks, geese, swan, open sea
son from September 15 to January
1; limit of ducks, 100 per week or
50 in one day.
Eggs of game and song birds
protected the year around.
Trout, open season April 1 to
November 1. To be taken with
hook and line only. Sale prohibit
ed at all times.
The laws of the State require
non-resident market hunters to
have a license, costing $10 per
It is unlawful to hunt within in
closures without owners permis
United States Land Office.
Roseburr. Oreeon. Jans 21. 1904.
A sufficient contest affidavit havinr been filed
In this office by Oliver T. Henry, contestant.
aeainst homestead entry No. 12530. made March
25, 1903. for SKJ Section 1S, Township 29 S.,
Kanire 6 ny rreuenct a. vt ines, v-onieaiee.
In which It is aueeea mat me entryman nat
not established his residence on the said land.
nor cultivated or improved tbe same, aa re
quired by law; and that he has abandoned the
said land, havlnc been absent therefrom with
out first obiainlng leave of absence for more
than six months last past ; saia parties are here
by notified to arjnear. resrxmd and offer evi
dence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a.
m. on Ann is. 1904. before the Rec liter and Re
ceiver at the United States Land Office In Rote-
The said contestant having, in a proper affi
davit, filed June 2. 1901. set forth facta which
show that after due diligence personal service
of this notice ran not be made, it is hereby or
dered and directed that such notice be given by
dne ana proper puDiicauon.
jls ala (signea) j. n. uuuin, Kect'iver.
When a man reaches that stage where
he must take an "eve opener" when he
gets up, a "bracer" at 10 o'clock, an
appetizer" beiore dinner, a "leeier
before he goes to bed, it is time for some
member of his lodge to give him the
Notice of Publication.
United States Land Office.
Rosoburg. Or. July 11. 1904.
Notice is hereby given that In compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress of
June 3, JS.J. entitled An act lor ice taie oi
timber lands in the States of California. Orezon
Nevada .and Washln gton Territory," as extend
ed to all the public land states by act of Angnit
ROBERT H. HUNTER.
of Rosebnre. county of Douglas . state of Ore
gon, has this day fifed in this office his sworn
statement No- 6303, for the purchase of the lot
1. neJi nw. nlj ne of sec .No IS. tp 2e s, r 9
and will offer proof to show that the land sot
is more valuable for its Umber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to establish nil
claim before the Register and Receiver of this
on Friday the 14 uaj ol October, 1901 He name
as witnesses : John u. eaasen. wnariei mom.
Warren Beatty and D. M. Martin all of Rose-
Anv and all wrsons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or beiore said 14th day
ot October. i904. j. t. bkiiai kjj.
j 21-s 29 p Register.
Notice for Publication.
United States Land Office,
Rosebunr Oreeon. Jolv 1. 1901.
Notice Is hereby given that la eompllasea
with the provisions of the act of Con tress of
June S,187S, entitled "An act for the tale of
Umber lands In the States ef California, Oregon
Nevada .and Washington Territory," as extend
ed to all the publie land state by act of Angnat
unnms n nTtT
of Elbe, county of Pierce state ol Waah-
Infirtfin ha thu ilav fll1 !n tills office hia I
sworn statement No. C270, for the purchase of
" J4 01 section zb, tp -a s, ot range s west.
and will offer proof to show that the land sought
u mon tuussid lor iu uxzjDer or surae wan
for agricultural purposes, and to establish hU
tlllmfnrth Rff1itrflni1 t!Mlfr fif thl4
Knee oi JsoeeDorg. uregoa.
Thursday the 22 day of 8;ptembar, 1901. He
names as witnesses: jonn Koeers.jonn tiiara
and W HMcCronsen of Roseburg, Ore., John
B.Green of Roy, Wash,
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above describe lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before the said 22d
day of Sent. 1904. J. T. BRIDGES.
In tbe Circuit Court of the Bute of Oregon
lor me county ot vougias.
Samuel P. Parmly, Br. and '
Samuel P. Parmly,' Jr.
Watson A. Wlnslow, Lillian
M. WlnBlow, his wife; John
W. Sweet and Fannie E.
Sweet, his wife; The State
Land Board and Tbe Ameri
can Nickle Mining Com
pany, a corporation.
To Watson A. Wlnslow, Lillian M. Wlnslow,
John W. Sweet, Fannie E. Sweet, and the
American Nickle Mining Company, a corpora
In the name ol the State of Oregon, you and
each of you are hereby required to appear and
answer tbe complaint, filed against you In the
above entitled snlt within six rfeeks from and
after the date of tbe first publication of this
summons, tbe same being the time prescribed
in the order Tor publication, and if yon fall so
to apt ar and answer for want thereof, the
Slalntifft will apply to tbe conrt for the relief
emanded In the complaint, a succinct state
ment of which is that there is dne and owing
to the plaintiff on tbe note and trust deed de
scribed in the compla'nt tbe sum of 113,743.47
with interest thereon from November lt, 1903,
at the rate of six per cent; for the foreclosure
of said trust deed and sale of the premises
therein described in the manner provided by
law; that the proceeds of said sale be applied
to the payment of the costs and expenses of
foreclosure and sale with reasonable attorney's
5eeandtt.cn to plaintiffs' demands and the
balance If any to whomsoever may be lawfully
entitled thereto and that defendants and each
of ibem be forever barred of all right, title and
interest and equity of redemption In tbe
premises descriocd in the complaint or
This summons is published by order of the
Hon J W. Hamilton, Judge of the Circuit
Court of the State ot Oregon lor tbe 2nd Judi
cial District, dated July 27th 1904. The date of
the flit publication of this summons Is July 28,
S8 CftawFORP Si Watson.
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
Notice of Guardian Sale.
Notice Is hereby Riven that by virtue and in
pursuance of an order of license of tbe County
Court ol Douglas Connty, Oregon, duly made!
and entered therein on the first dayof July,
19M, In the matter of guardianship of the per
son and estate of C. E. Langdon, a minor; the
undersigned, duly appointed, qualified and
rctlne Uuardlf ji of the iiall minor, will on Sat-
nrday, the 27 'h day ol August, 1904, at the front
door of the Court House in Boseburg, Douglas
Coan y, Oregon, at the hour of 1 o'clock p.m.
ol said day, offer for sale and sell at a Public
Auction to the highest and best bidder for cash
in band all tbe rlaht, title and Interest of said
minor C. E. Langdon in and ts the following
aescntea rcai property to-wii:
The WU of the BWU. and the WU of the
NWI4 of hcctlon 18, Township 23 South of Range
7 West of Willamette Meridian, In Douglas
Dated this 2G day of July. A. D. 1904
nvn w ntuiitne
Guardian of the Person and Estate of O.K.
Oregon Development League.
The Portland Commercial Club hna
issued a call for a convention of tho Ore
gon Development League, to bo held at
thoMarquam Grand Theater in Port
land, August 2nd and 3rd. All commer
cial, agricultural, mining, storkraising
and irrigation interests will bo repre
sented ; every editor in the state will be
invited to attend as n delegate ; County
Commissioners and Mayors of all towns
and cities will also bo called upon to
name delegates, tho Portland Woman's
Club will look after the comfort of ladies
accompanying delegates, and, among
other entertainments, have arranged for
a trolley ride on August 2nd, taking in
the most interesting and beautiful en
virons of Portland, and on August Hrd
ten street cars will be provided lor a
trip over the entire city.
The Southern Pacific Company will
sell tickets at a very low rate of one faro
for the round trip, from all poiuts on
Oregon Lines to Portlaud and return,
for tho occasion, and it is hoped that ev
ery section of tho state will be well rep
resented at the convention, to work in
harmony for tho development of Oregon
Are You Going to St. Louis?
If so call for vour tickets via the
ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM, the lino hav
ing Terminal at entrance Fair Grounds.
Round trip rate flu. oU. ooou lor ninety
davs from date of sale. Choice routes
- i l : c i l r
coins auu rciurmuK ui pi. iuui.toi
ver. Colorado Springs, Pueble or El
Paso. Stop over permitted m botl
Dates of Sale: June 7th, loth, 17th,
18th, July 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Aug, Stli, l)th,
Sept. 5th, 6th, 7th, Oct. 3rd, 4th 5th.
On above dates rate ol J-.50 will be
made to Chicago and return.
For further inlormation anil sleeping
car reservations call upon or address,
A. H. iicDoxAin,
140 Third St., Portland, Oregon.
Instruments Repaired or Packed.
The Burr Music House is now pre
pared to repair your piano, organ or any
other kind of instrument and also makes
a specialty of safefly packing musical
instruments for shipment. Charges
reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed
Jy 1 tf
Notice Is hereby given that I. Catherine Al
freda Louisa Hamilton. Guardian and Mo her
of Roderick Sidney James Hamilton, and L.v
ecutrix of the Last will and Testament ot .SKI
ney Robert Hamilton, all ot Itauglas County,
Oregon, do, this day by mjtncl approval and
consent, and. to further the best Interests of
the said KouencK Sidney jame; Hamilton,
grant and give to the said son and ward, bis
mil time and majority, with lull power to act
for himself, in all his buslnesi and other rela
tions. After the date, hereof, the said son and
ward will be solely responsible for any and all
debts that he may contract, and shall be the
sole pos-esjorol all his property and tarnlngs
CATHXEINE .LFBEDA IjOFISA HAMILTON.
Mother and Guardian of Roderick Sidney
James Hamilton. i u-a - p
Notice for Publicatiou.
Notice Is hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his Intention
to make final proof In support of hit claim, and
that said proof will be made beiore Register
and Receiver V. 3- Lied umc al Knseburg
Oregon, on August 15, 1904. vli
CUARLEd Y HORN.
on his II. E. No. 121W, lor the se sec 32, tp 29
s, row He names the following wltuev.es to
prove nls continuous residence upon and eul
tivatlon of said land, viz: Rudolf Amstein.
John Lehnherr, Jessie Kirkenaan, v m. Al. I'o:
ter. allot Camas valley.
The Imported Perch eon
"Coriolan" belomrinc to F.
B. Waite will make the se
n at the Empire Livery
Stable of Kelly & Banks
KverV DO(lV IS invited tO Call
and see this elegant stallion
I i . . .
and Cfet DHCeS and terillS.
His weight is I7OO pounds
color black and ins cost was
He was recently imported
from France and his full ped
ieree is on exhibition at the
above named Livery Stable
One of the treatest American millionaires
once said to his physician, "A million dol
lars, Doctor, for a new stomach," and then
tbe sick man groaned and turned away
One of a man's greatest pleasures is that
born of a keen appetite, vigorous digestion
and a good dinner, and this belongs to
many a good fellow who is living on small
wages, but the rich man without a stomach
has to forego the good tilings of the table
because bis stomach rebels. Without a
healthy stomach and a good digestion, our
blood is thin, watery "and poor, our heart
action is weak, our liver docs not do its
duty, and man is miserable and unhappy.
In this condition man is prey to the germs
of influenza, consumption, malaria and all
tbe ills that be is beir to. Consumption
can be treated by natural methodH which
are as close to nature as possible.
Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physi
cian of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical
derstood this disease, and after a long pe
riod of experiment discovered certain roots
and herbs which were nature's remedies,
and succeeded ia putting them up in a
form that would be easily procured and
ready to use. This he called Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, It gives no
false stimulation because it contains no
alcohol and no narcotic. It helps diges
tion and tbe assimilation of such elements
in tbe food as are required for tbe blood.
Instead of a cod liver oil, against which
the already sensitive stomach will declare
open rebellion, this tonic has a pacifying
action upon the sensitive stomach and
gives to the blood the food elements the
SstUes require. It maintains the patient's
nutrition by enabling him to eat, retain.
digest and assimilate nutritious food. It
'overcomes gastric irritability and sytnp-
r iji..,:. ,.:. ..,..
WUiB l luuigcBiiuu. nuu iu tula nnj ' ' ,
night-sweats, headaches, etc., are done
away with. It fortifie the body against
tbe germs of consumption, grip and ma
laria, and it builds up tbe tissues and puts
on healthy Bean.
When tbe drugfst says be has some
thing that is "just aa good "as Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, be says so be
cause he hones to make a better profit.
but-bis own mixtures have-not stood the
teat of lo'nsr exneriehce nor had the success
'that Dr. Tierce's medicine's have bad.
j.EOIUJK M. BROWN,
V F1SUEU, M.D.
Offino over P. O. Uohkbuiui.
'Phone Main 591. Oiikgon.
U. W. 11. DAUBY, 1). M. I).
Oflico in tho Abraham Building
(Over tho Pimoitlce In llio illiee here
tofore occupied by lr. J. It, Chapman
QR.GEO. K. HOUCK,
Physciau & Surgeon.
OtSce Review Bid.
rnone, .iaiu si
w i iY:-i.
Kef low Building,
Telephone No. 4.
M. Crawfoiiu a J. O. Watson
A.ttorneys at Law,
Knomsl&S, Bank Butil., HOSS3URU, OH.
j7-BuineM before tht O d Land osrn n
Qlnlnr caw a specialty.
Wll' practice lu all the State and federal Court
Omco tn Marks' Bid., Kowbunc. Oreaou.
J. A. Bl CMANAN
I. L (iaEM.NUKK
Rom 1 and 2
RSF.Bl K(i. OREGON
H. L. STUDLUY,
I'urw eh roil n- dl
and rriuore fore
ali respond reaulily to the treatment
l'leae arrange for appointments by phone
Office over tbe loi Ofbcc Ph ne No. U
itesldei ce u. D. Urare place. Pboo No. 11
F. A A. II. Laurel LoxIh Nc. 13.
iljlda regular tnttftins? on prana
and f nrlh VeHlnlBT ol esct
month. J. T. BsiiXiits, VV. M.
N. T. JKtvkTT, Secretary.
r. O. ELKS. KopelMircLodacNo.
3-6. Holds rr-nlur comrnanica
tioue at I O. O. F. Halt on pecoMf
and fonrtb Thnitlys oi ecb monUi.
All meaiier recuttei to atteixl rteH-
larlr and all vimtinc lr-4her are oonii-
illy invited to attend.
F. b. Waits, K. K.
Rov MrCLALLfN, Stjcretarv.
CO..D, 1st SEI'ARAl E RATTALI.ION
O.N. G , ffieetp at Armnrj Hall e75
rhor3tlay evenmc, at S o'clock.
F. B. H.otus, Ct
JO. J. F. Philntanan Lodte No. S.
Mew in Odd Fellot' Tt-mplp, cur
ner Jackfon and Car? Mreota, on
Saturday evening of earh ilero
ber3 of th order in cootl aiandioc ar
inviled to attend.
J. C. TvmciiELL, N U
N.T Jkwktt, fcecretary.
of P. Alpha Lodce No 47. Meet
fivery Wednesday, in I. 0 0. F
Hall a. 7:30 p. m. Members in
good elanding are inviteil to attend.
Geo. W. Kimball, C. C.
ELMKR WlMBERLV, K. of R. & S.
LILAC CIRCLE. No W- rnen nl
Woodcraft. Meetn ou 2ml end 4th
Tliuraiaye of each month at tbe I.
0. O. F. Hall. Vipitit.f- metnb"rs in
eooJ standme are Invited to a'tetul.
Minnie Jones. Utianlian Neighbor.
Bell Morian, Secretary.
Second and Fourth Thursdays.
E. S. Ropebnrg Char-tnr No. 8
Holds their lenlar meeting on the
first and third Thursday? in each
nonth. Vieiling members iu koo'
Itanding are respectfnlly invited tn a
tpnd. Maude Rast, W. M.
Rcgina Rast, Secretary.
00DMEN OF THE WORLD. Oa.
Gamp No. 125. Meets at the Odd
Fellows' Hall, in Rosebnre. every
first and third Monday evening. Visit
ing neighbors alwavx welcomo.
I). P. Fisheh 0 0
J. A. BrciiANAN, Clerk.
Notice to the Public.
United Btates Land Office.
Roseburg, Oregon, July 15, 1901.
To Whom It may concern.
Notice Is hereby given that tho Oregon and
Cal lornla Railroad Company I-s filed In this
office a list of lands situated in the ton'nshljx
described below, awl has applied for a patent
fnrsiid lands; that tho list Is open to Ihe pub
lic for Inspection and n copy tnercof by des
criptive subdivisions has been posted In a con
venient place Iu tills office, for tho inspection
of all person interested jnd the pub' lo general
ly. South of Ilate Line and west of W M. All
of sec 31, tp ,11 s, r 3 w.
Within tbe next sixty days lolloirini; the
date of tills notice, protea-s or contests against
the claim ot the company to any tiaet or sub
division within any section or part of section,
detciibcdln the list, on the ground that Hie
same la m to valuable for mineral limn lor
agricultural purposes, will lie received and
noted for icporl lo the Oencral I-anil Oflico at
Washington, U. C.
J.T. HRI DOES,
J. II. BOO I'll,
j 18 R SO Receiver.
City Treasurers' Notice.
Notice is hereby given that all parties
holding city warrants endorsed prior to
Aug. 27th, 1902, are requested to present
the same to the city treasurer for pay
ment, as interest will ceasu thereon after
the date of this notice.
Dated Roseburg, Ore, July 0, 11)01.
H. C. Sloci'm,
For sick headacho tako Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tabletcs and a quick
euro is certain. For sale by A. C. Mart
sters & Co.
In tho Circuit Court of tho .Htntu ! Orcenn.
for IiourIhk County:
Austin kiuiikc, l-iaintiii, 1
Lena Klcukc, Defendant, )
To letiH Klouke. nliove nnnicil defendant: In
the name of the Htate of OrcKOM, you an here
hy ttiiniiioncd ami required to appear unci ans
wer the complaint llleil hex In hi Jim In the
above entitled court and cause, within six
weeks from the ilate of the ilrst publication ot
this miinmuiiH. anil If you fall to appear ami
HiKwer hh herein renulied, for want thereof
plnlntlll will apply to mid court lor the relief
ilomauileil In his cmnpluliit, which is for a de
cree from aald court iIIshoIvIiik thu mnrrlaKe
contract existing between plalnllfTauil defend
ant, and for such other aud fur her relief as to
Ihe court may seem meet.
This summons Is nubllrheil once a week for
at least nlx Miccoslve weeks in thu I'laindkaL-
kh, a wml uvekly nuwipapcr, published at
Kosebure. OrcKon. by order of lion. M. I).
TnoinpMHi, comi'y JinlKe of Douglas Comity.
urogon, mane jiinu 21, r.n. i ne nrsi publica
tion ot this Miminos U on June Wni, lvol.
IICCIIANAK .t (iKKMNl)KR,
MM Attorneys for l'laiutilf.
Notice to the Public.
United Statts Land Office.
Ito'ctnirg, Oregon, July 5, IW,
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice Is hereby given tbnt the Oregon ami
CalUouua Hallruad company ha filed lu tills
odice. a pat of lands situated In the townships
di-fccrlbed below, and has applied for a patent
tiirmiu lanup; inaiine list is open to tne puo
lic ior intivcllon and a copy thereof bv de
Koripllve suNlivi.ions has been potted lu a con
venient place In this orhce. for the iusiect on
of all persons Intcnsted and the public general
ly. r-'outh of Hao Line and West of Willamette
Meridian. sW'r N WJl, XW'i SVili, l-ec SS T
.. R7; all H c I. T . 11, Kit; nil tfec X, T SI. K 9;
all Sec 5.1 31, K 9; all ft-cT. 1 41. KU;ailwc9T
31 K . all Sec 11 I 31 It 9: K'i SKL. EU At W
J, Svc I3.T31. K9; all fcee la, Tp 31, It 9. all
heC17. I 31.119: all Pro 19. T 31. K 9. all Hec 21.
T31. K9: alllecM.Tai. K9. all rec 25, T 31. it
9. altera 27. T 31, 119; all Sec 2J, M. It 9; all
cc 33 T 31 rt 9: all Sec 85. T 31 It 9; all
Sec 1 T 31, K 10; all Sec 3, T 31, It 10; all Sec 5,
T31. K10; ail Sec 7, T 31 RIO; all Sec 9, T 31,
It li ; all Stc II T 31, K 10: all Sec 13, T 31. It
10; all Sec 15, r 31 It 10: alt Sec P. T 31, K lu;
all tkc 19. T 31. It 10: all fcec 21. Tat. K 1'; all
Seca.TJl. K 10; all Sec S5, T31, K 10; all tec
27. Till. R 10: all Sec S9.TM. K 10. allSeoSl. 1
St. It 10; all Sec JS, T 1, It 10. a 1 Sec 35. T 31 , It
SMitli of Uae Line and K st of Willamette
Meridian. All Sec 5. T 22. K 1; all .-ec 7. T 42.
Kl; N ., Sec 9. T 22 R 1 : nW ' and XS. Sc
17. T :t. R 1 ; all Sc 19, T 22. R 1.
Mtkin the next itv da following tin-
date of thl utitliv, protests or ennu-tU anainst
the elaim ol th comtuy to any tract or ul-
dtvikton within anv Ksctlon. or tart of -ec
tion dcrliel lu the list, on the
ground that Ihe same Is more valu
able for mineral than 'or acricultuial purpose
will le received and notitl for rei-ort to the
j General Land Office at vtashiufoa. I. C.
Jy7sl5 J.T. HRUXjES, RegtsUT.
I J. II BOOTH. Receiver.
Notice of Forfeiture.
I Co'.tace Grove, Lane County, state of Orrpin,
j March X. 1WI.
; T E. C. (iunn as atlmlnttlrator f tbe estate
' e-I I. H. Coltun, deceased, and to Mrs. T. V. Wil
wMi, Mr-.Clatk J. Tidel.M: Carrie E. Majn
XI May Maws, Krattns Colton, Hen T. Gunn
and K.C. (iunn. belli at law of 'id D. II Col
ton, deed, and to all other I -ergons claim
lag any rif bt, title or intere.t. either. In law
l m eijolty In or to tbe mintnej cUlm berelif
aftrWferllAl. as belrsof the raid I) H.Coi-
toa , deceased or otberw :
Yon and t sell of )OM are hereby EMvtiHel. that
1. the underfilled, have expadd money and
perforsed labor aod vrotk to Use araonntol
One Handm Dollars, upon the "llosaer" lode
mlnln: cialm. sltnatI In the Kobeala Mining
IMttrict. In Mm Coanty of IKtaglM, fcutc ol
That the money soexpeaded and the labor
j asa tastsreea we in uy oi .eierauer aiM ice
I SMi day ot September A. I). inB. In order to
! hold uld jremlK nnder the prorMons of
,' Swtton ( the Kevifed rtatte ol the
I'nitrd statars and laws of the ?1U- of tlrecoo.
tains the araoon: required to bold tbe uat
for the jear ettdinf; iK-cesaU-r si, 11.
1 That aaW work opo Mid claim wa per-
ionued by Edd. Jenlcs and Ben. Cnrry tor and
at the expentt of the nmlesined.
And If within Ninety (M) days from the Mr
rice e-t this Notice npon you by thcshenS&r
within Ninety f!M) lays aftr servlee o-f this
notice by poMlcation yoa fall or re(Be m con
tribe te the proportion ot snch expenditure as a
co-owner, yosr iatemt In the (aid claim will
become the property of the naderlsnd nnder
saM Section 2X!1 by reason of said failure to
dob trl bote said proportion of said expenditure.
Notice for Publication.
1'nlied States Laad KBce,
Rnebors. Urrtroa June l1, ffH.
Notice it Lsretty riven that in coat pi Ian ca
with tbe provil"0 of the act of Cons re o!
June S. I..", entllle.1 "An ar; for the sale of
timber lands iu tte -tate-f t'ali'omta.irstin
Nevada, and Washington Territory," a encod
ed to all the public land stales by act of August
1IES"RY C. RITZMANN.
trf Kosebunt, county of Ooutlas state of Orv
toa. has this day fifed In this office his sworn
talement So. (SSS. for the pu rhase of tbe e'j
'.;, u'4 nel4 of section No. II In IpNo. as, s,
r No. S w.
and will of fcr proof to show that theland south!
Is more valuable for It timber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to establish bis
claim tfore tbe Reftlster and Receiver ot thia.
attic ot lloseburr. Ore con
on Friday, the ?th dav of Septembers, 1301. He
names as wltne.s; Charles Thorn. lohnTbom
Kbonr, Ore: William Sterner, Edward Von
I'easl. ot Cleveland, Ore.
Any and all persons rlalmlnt; adversly the
above described lands are re.in.es td to file their
claim- In IbisnSice on or be'oresald 91 b day ol
September. J T. BRIDOK,
Ju ao-Ss-pd Register.
Notice for Publication.
United Stales Land Office.
Iloseburg, Oregon. June II. V.H.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with tbe provisions of the act of Congress of
June Jt, UTS. entitled "An aet for the sale ol
timber lands In the states of Callfornia.Oriron
Nevada .and Washington Terrtiory," as extend
ed to all th public land states by act of August
EDWIN J. lirTRICK.
of Rosebnrg, county of Douglas, state of Ore
con. ba this day filed In this office his sworn
statement Nn lector the purchase of thes'j
ne. nij sc!4 of section No. SI, In tp No. Si, a r
and will offer proof to show that theland sought
Is more valuable for Its timber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to establish Els
claim before tbe Register and Receiver ot this
elllca of Koatburg. Oregon.
on Friday, the 9;h day of September, 1901. He
names as witnesses: Charles Thom. John
Thorn. Roseburg, Ore; Wi Ham Steluer, Edward
Von lsl,rf Cleveland, Ore
Anv ami all tcrsons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to tile
their claims In this o.tice ou or before said 9th
day of September, 1301.
Jn DO SS pd Register,
I'nltcd Slates Land Office.
Knscbunr. Oregon, June 10 1 1-0 1 .
A Rti(llcier.tconlcstamdavil hxvlne been tiled
In this office by William A Sprague. coutcs ant.
against Homestead ctiteiy mi iuuo, uiaic June
2. 1910. for ni swlj, se!s SI, tp. iG s,
rSn', by Jesse Wtnticv. coutcstoc. In which
It is alleged that Jesse Whitlow Is dead, hav
ing been dead about two cars; that none of
his heirs, if ho has any such heirs, have en
tered upon, or in any manner cultivated the
land embraced lu his said claim: that the said
claim Is wholly abandoned, hald parties arc
hereby I'O'ifled to appear, respond and oiler
evidence touehlntr said allegation at 10 o'clock
a. tn on July II, 1901, before the Register and
Receiver at tho United States Land Office In
The said contestant having, In it proper affi
davit, filed June 10, 19M, set forth facta which
show that afterduc diligence, personal service
ol this notice can not bo made. It la hereby
ordered and directed that such notice bo given
bv due and proper publication.
J. II. BOOTH,
Vol t7-fiw-pd Receiver.
Notice of Final Settlement
Notice ia hereby piven that tho undersigned,
administrator of the estate, of M K Dlllard,
deceased, has tiled hia final account as such
administrator In tho County Court of Douglas
County, alato of Oicgon, and that salil county
court lias set Tuesday the 'JClh day of July, l'joi.
at 10 o'clock of said day, at tbo court house.
in Koseinin;, uougias county, mato oi uregon,
as llie timx and placo ol hearing objections
thereto, and for the final settlement of said
estate. 8 L. 1)1 1. 1. A HI),
Administrator ot tho citato of M. E. Dlllard,
Dated this '.Mth day of Juno 1901.
Wood Wanted on Subscription.
Those wishing to pay up their sub
scription to thu Plaindkalkr and not
having tho cash, hut having wood, wo
aro willing to make tho exchange and
receivo wood on subscription at tho reg
ular market price. Wo will accept both
stovo and heater wood.
Plaindealer Pub. Co.
In County Court of Htate of Oreeon for
In the matter of the estate of John If Shur.e.
Notice Is hereby elicit that the undersigned.
by order of abotr named Court, made and
altered In tho Journal of said Court on Anrll
12tli. 1901. was aniMilutO'l administrator of the
AH ltcrsous liavliiit claims aeamst mid estate
are requested In present the name, duly verified,
within six mouths from ilte of this notice, and
all persona Indebted to laid estate are renuest-
ttl to make Immediate piymcnt to tho under
lined, at ins omcc, ueview Muuiiing, Kose-
Dated this l2lh day ol April, I'JOI.
J.C. FULl.p.KTO.1, Administrator.
Notice for Publication.
United States Und Office
Korebiir, Oiegon, Juno 29, 1904.
Notice Is hereby eiveii that In compliance
with the provisions of Ihe act ol CougrtM of
June 3, 1H78. entitled "An act for the sate of
timber lnd In theStates of California. Oregon
Nevaila and W ashlngton rcrrllory aa extended
tn all the public land slates by act of August 4
MR IIATTIE DAVIELS
of Roseburg, county of Douglas, state of Ore-
koii, nas tnis iay mod lu wis omiee ins sworn
stateuu nt "f f.20i. for ihe MirchsM! of the SW.4
of Section No 4, Torship27 8, Ranged wet
and wllloffer proof toshou that theland sought
Is more valuable for Its timber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim lfore the Register and Receiver of this
office of Roseburg, Oregon.
on Weuielay the 21st day of September. lt)4
She names as wltne.sts.- John Evarts. K
Eva ts of I'el. Ore.. B Kraketitrcir. of Ro-e-
burg. Ore . II A fooler, of Ker' y, Ore.
Any and all persona clalmlnz adversely the
above ilecrltel lands are rciutsteil to die tbeir
claims In th s office on or btlore said 21st day of
sep'..rjui. j. t. HKlli'.ts
Notice foi Publicatiou.
United H tales Ijin l Ornee.
KoH;biirK, Urvnon July 1, IWt
Notice is hereby riven that In comrlianca
with the provisions of the act of Congress of
June , 1578, entitled "An act for the sale of
timber lands In the States of California. Oregon
Navada.aud vtaaninxum lernlory. asexuma-
d to all th publie land states by act of Aug-ast
lOIIN B UK EES
of Roy. county of I'earee. state of
Wa'hlncton bas tlilsday filed In lhl office hit
sworn sta'ement No H9 for Ihe pwrchase of
tlie NK.'i ot Me it, Tp 2t s, K S west
and will offer proof to sfc.m t at the land si)rr t
It nure valuable tor Its it-r.ber or tt ne tr.an
for asrlcultura! pu';es and to es'.al Lsh bis j
claim beiore the Kroner and Keeeiver of thli i
oIIIm cl HoKburc. Oreron. I
on fhiirsIay the i!nd day o? September, I'M. I
He names as witnesses loan Kr, Joan '
('lark, W II MiCwwii of Koseburir, Oreon.
Murris G HID. ol Elbe, Waah.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above dexcritwJ lands are requested to ale tlwtr
claims In this uBlceon or before said nd day
olSptl'JOI. J.T BRIDGE--?,
In the circuit Court ol the .Stale of Oievcou
for IMhieIss ( uiinty.
Murphy Urant A Co 1
a cori-oiatloa ,
The Mc;eeCo.,a corpor
attoa. f T McUve and J i
lMendanta. j I
Notice It hereby given that by TlrPie of an ; '
extsfalion, duly &oed oat of the shore named
cnrt and cum? om the Tth day ot July ll. t
ain a juds-eraeut n1 decree duly iendecd
and enteral in Mid court and cans on the l'h '
day o' May lMt, In laviw ol th' mr namtd
pUlntltl ud acaiBM tbe aboic aaSBMl defead
anu, tbe Mi-jt-e I o . and f T Mclne.
for he tbe sum oi 27:jl nam wkkb'
iuifemrnt there was credited July
12. V0U, ihe ram of IIOltM IcavtrK
a deficiency tlrereo'i of J.'i'K with Iatemt.
lhetem from July li, 1CAL. at the ialv of per I
cent per annum, which judzemsrat was duly '
ear died and ilnckete i in tar cieiV't oOce oi '
a d court on tbe 36 day -f May rUM. I
Now Ittrtfoie I will , n j
Saturday the Z0 day of August 1 9O4 , i
at one 'clcx p m.of said day at the cxtrt;
hoDM- front dr. in kOMrbarc. ttaosrla county. '
Ureeoa. li at paMte aneUon. V tbe hlabet ,
bidder, for cash in hand, all tbe right. lit and
Inure' the m d .ief. ndant. Th HfWt Co..
had OB the l.th di
any time there Uter.
wrbed premises. u
lr of tbe Dorthea4t i
toe leaesuml. bendiumeat iBd aapstrMs- j
am- iheteualA tvbmtinf or la aaywie ap- j
penainlBC and will apply the prjeel of tavh
tlt. first IO ibe eause o' soch a, aa4 to tat !
osytaent of the sum of lime due th plalntil !
with latere! therraa at the isle of $ swr o-t j
peraanum from the 1 Ah dtr of luly, bj8, aad
tbe oiendas If ant there be. a. over la th
mW W!eodaaU. The Xct , . aol 1' T Me
tre iheir lcn orle.al representative
imte.1 at Kov-tMiriC. ten 1Mb -Jay ol Jaiy 1WM,
Jll al 11 T. Mo LALLES
tfberitTttI Iksnglas coanty, Oreeon
Notice for Publication.
t'mt4 ia!- Laad Office.
Rneeburg. Oregon. ju!y 7. l.
Satire u bere J pmUiil Is eompl:c
with th trovUt n - U.t tet of loaftrtt of
jBBel. entitlol "An irt for tbe le ot
timber lnl in th Mt! Call 'urnlt. uregon
Nevada .ami ahlnrvn rerrliory." u extend.
eJ to all the public land Mates br act o Aurtut
CHAKLE.!!. VECS H
cf F.wborr. fioacti of Poac'. Mate o
OrrRtHi. ba thlf 'x Sled in vhte oW- bis
urorn iatiuent SotT tor the &urrhe oi
tbe o( XP.;, and lyxs 1 dU i ol .
lion 4, OKnhip t oatb. rane 3 t.
and will ot Jer nmol to bow that the laixj m cht
1 more Talnabl lor lt timtr oc ftoae than
for arrtcultural poTOKt, and t establlih hit
claim Llore the Reclstcr aad HcelTer oi thia
office ot Eoaeburs.Oreccn.
on MoDdar. the linh day n CVobe , 19X. He
nam n unllsnM. S W.Turncil. Wm. Ur
ne"l. I'fes Tnrnell. H. J Robinette, all ol IVel,
ttonclas countT, Oreeon.
Adt and ailpertott! rlalmlnc alrenlj' tbe
bote deNCHtXi! lands are renested to Me the r
claim. In this oi.ee on or beiore f ak- Mh day
olOtt. 1SKM. 1. TBK1DUKS
In thcClreatt Coarl ot the State of Oregon,
for the Onmr ol Multnomah.
Allen A Let. IlatntiS i
Mrs II T Burr. Defendant. )
Bt vlrtueol a writof exreutlon du'r istood
exit I and under tbe seal ot tbe aUtve eatitlil
conrt in the above entltlnl nctlnn. to me M-rccte-l
and dated the lllh iy ol July. WW. op
on a judgment rendered and entered tn sakl
court on the 9th day of Julv, IWl in favor of
Allen A Ivcwls and RCainst said Mrs. II T llnrr
for the sum of fourhnn1rvl thirty-one di llais
nnd seven-y-three cnls (fial.75) wiili intern.-:
ttron at the rate of cinht jcr cent jxr annum
from the lh day ol Decmber. i;w. and the
further sum of tvrentT--.iine dollar and twenty
cents (J)Ji)eoU and disbursement and the
oi and disbursement ol and upon this writ
of exet'iilion. commandtnenvetomtke sale ol
the following described premises, to-vlt:
The .Southeast quaiter (SEv,l of section twen-ly-sIx(M)In
township twenty (."O) south of
raticc c I tilt () west ot tbe Willamette Meridian
In Douglas coanty. S ate of Orenon. at'aehtsl
In satd actlou on the M'i day of Apnl, l'.Ol.
No iv therefore Incompliance with the com
mands ot said writ, I wilt, on
Thursday, the 25 day of August, 19tM,
at trli (10)o'clvk a m at the front donr of the
County Court House Iu tbe city ol Rosvburj;,
Douglas county, Stale of Ore in, sell at public
arction, subject to redemptiou, to tho hlRhtst
bidder for U S. gold coin cash in hand,
the above described real properlv and all the
right, title and interest tho Mid defendant had
therein nn tbe dateof sad attach ent, towlt:
the 8 h day ol April, l'AH, or since has had
therein to satisfy said writ of execution and all
accruing costs. II T. Mct'LALLKN,
Slierlffol Douglas county, Oregon. jli
In the'L'Ircult Court o( the State of Oregon
for the County of Multromah.
Allen t Lewis, I'lotntiir.
H T Burr, Defendant )
By virtue of a writ jf cxccu lon duly Issued
out of and under the seal of th aloro entitled
court In tho above entitled action, tn me di
rected and dated the 13th day of July, lAH. up
on a judgment rendered and entered in said
court on the 9thdyoi July, IWl, In favor of
Allen & Lewis and ngaiusl said 11. T Burr lor
the sum ol three hnndrel eighty -nlx dollars and
thirty-lour cents (fJC.31) with luleresl thereon
at the rate of S per cent per annum fmut tho
30th day of Ikc 'mber -1W3, and the further
sum of twen'y-nlue dollars and twenty cents
(J!M) costs and disbursements and toe costs
and dtsburspincnts of and upon this writ of
execution, c iramandlng me to make sale of the
tollowliisdcscrli-td premtu to-wlt:
The Northta.t quariiT (NE'i) section tw.'it.
ly-tno pii) a townshl.. twenty (JO) jith of
rauRo eight (8) westot the VVtllamc'te Meridan
in iKiiulas county, Slitc of Oregon, attached
In satd action on tho Sin day of April, l'-'JI.
Now therefore In compliance with the com
mands of said writ, I will n
Thursday, the 25 day of August, i04
at ten (10) o'clock a m at the front door of the
County Court House In tho elty ot Kiwburg,
In Douglas cnuntyStato of Oregon, sell at pub
lic auction, subject to tcucmpuoii, to me tiign-
est bldJer. for
L'titieu Mia'.es rpnu coin casn in
hand, the above descillei
real property and
all tho right, title an I Interest tho st'.d defend
nnt had therein on the date of satd attachment,
to-wlt, the Mh day of April, 1901, or since Ins
had therein to satisfy said writ of execution
and all accruing costs.
II. T. McCL.lt.LKN.
Sheriff of Dontlas county, Oregou. j V5
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