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In tbe Circuit Court o( the Bute ol Oregon lor
IWOflU l. Oil 111 J
M. r. Callahan, Plaintiff
John K. Campbell .
end Defendant i
Nellie A. Campbell) J
Nolle li herebr given, that tav virtue of n
execution an order of tale limed oat of the
noove-nemea court and eauee on the 17th day
of October, 1904, upon a judgment and decree
duly rendered and entered In aald Court and
cause on tbe Tib daj of October, IW. by lore
clorare of a mortgage In favor of the above
named plaintiff and axalnit tbe above-named
defendants and against the hereinafter men
tioned and described mortgaged property for
tbe sum of 11200 OH with Interest thereon at the
rate of 6 per cent per aim urn uom the 28th day
of Jane lttt. and for tbe further sum of f 100.' 0
attorneys fees and tU.20 coals and disburse
menu, now therefore, I will, oa .Saturday tbe
ma day of November 1904, atone o clock p. m.
of said day at the court bouse front door In
Roaeburg, Douglas County, Oregon sell at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder, for cash In
band, all the right, title and Interest which
the said defendants or either of them had on
the Btth day of June, 102, or at any line there
after In or to the following described .remise,
Tbe south M of the noithwest M of section T.
and tbe north of tbe southwest and lota 1
and 2 of section 7. coii'alning 199.41 acres, also
tbe north of tbe Donation Land Claim No. 47
of J. A turbury situate In sections '27. ft, a and
4, ooutalalug leu acres bw or leas, and eon
Utntnglnthe aggregate Vit.t acres more or
less, all being situate In township as south of
range 7 west of tbe Willamette Meridian, In
Kougla County. Oregon, together witb the
tenement, hereditaments and appurtenances
thereunto belonging or In anywise apper
taining and wl'l apply the moceeds of an. h
sale first, to the payment of tbe c- sis of such
sale and tbe coal and disbursements herein
'-ax d at 11 -JO. second, to the payment ol fuu uu
tbirney fee and to tbe payment of tbe .urn of
II2Ui i due the p:a ntlir with Int. rest th- re-.n
t tbe rate o six pe sSMg per an urn from tbe
2ith ol June lot. and tie overp ua if any
iher- be. pa; lo the said defer dan fa, Uielr aa
Igns or local r preaeautivea a by orter of
said court in said exe utwn to me directed
comma lug me to sell the above described
real property In the manner provided by Saw.
lated this 17th day of October, 1304.
H.T. MX I.AI I.FS
O20 Sheriff of Dougia Countv. Orezon.
In the Circuit Court ol the rttate of
for Douslas Countv.
Kill N lson, Plaintiff, ,
John L Nelson, Defendant.'
To Joho L. Nelson, shore named defendant
In the nam, of the Bt.te of Oregon, you are
hereby s iuinoned and required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you in the
above entitled court and cause, within six
weeks from tbe late of tbe first publication of
this summons, to wit, on or before the Unit day
of December, im, and If yon fall to appear sad
answer on or before said date, for want thereof
plaintiff will apply to said court for the relief
demanded in her complaint, which la for a de
cree Iron said court dissolving tbe marriage
contract existing between plaintiff and defend
ant, for tbe rare and enatody of her miner
children, Myrl Nelson, Raymond Nelson, and
Blanche Nelson, for tbe sum of 25 per month
for it e support of said minor children, that
plaintiff be declared and ills wmt to bit the
owner ol an undivided one-third interest In aad
to tbe WXt of the N ' r the NEVi of the NWU
and lb Nw'Ji of the DU of ectlon 10, town?
hip 29, o. p.. 14 west of the Willamette Meri
dian, In Coo county, Oregon, lor such other
relief a to Ihe court may seem meet and for
her cnel and disbursement In this salt.
This summons Is published once a week for
at least six successive weeks In the Plaindealer
a semi-weekly newspaper published at Boae
birg, Oregon, by order of Hon. J. W Hamilton,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Stats of Ore
gon, for the eeenad Judicial Distric', saaxea
o i 19, 1904. The drat publication of ihi sum
mons Is on October 19 1904
B? If AN AS AOKENINUEE,
O20 N24 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
City Trutarer s
Notice is hereby riven that mil parties
' holding city warrants endorsed prior to
Nov. 11, 1902, are requested to present
, the game to the city treasurer for pay
men', an interest will cease thereon ai
! ter the date of thi notice.
Dated Roaeburg, Ore.. Oct. 5, 1904.
H. C. Sloccm,
MRS. H. E ASTON
ia prepared to wait
ami new cuatomersand frienda
Information as to address of Robert
vl. Gurney, or his heirs, if he is dead.
rise add rets waa Roeebur about 1871.
Small recovery can lie made. Ail, Ires
Harvey Spalding 4 Sona, Washington,
D. C. tl.
305 Jack son St.
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RUB M. BROWN.
I F. 4 A. M. La are i Lodge No. 13
aad f nrth Wedneedavi of each A tOmey-at-Law.
oath. J. T. BaiDGBS, W. M. Oeurt House
T. Jarwrrr, Secretary. Dowaxtair. tojucis.ou
Br. O. ELKS. Rose berg Lodge No.
330. Holds regular enmmunien-
tiotva at I O. O. F. Hall oa second
aad fourth Thursdays of each month,
ill me sabers regoeated to attend recn
arlv aad all visiting brothers are oordi
tlly invited to attend .
F. b. Waits, K. K.
Rot Mi-Cla: lfi, Hecretarv.
JJR. W. H. DARBY, P. M. D.
Office in the Abraham Building
(Over the eosroeVre in the BVr her. -loiore
orenpied by iw. J, a, a.-n,n
M. D, 1st SEPARATE BATTALIJON WKO- HoPCK.
-t 1. V U , no-ts at rn.r-r Hall every
fhnmday avetunc, ai 8 e'dock. Physcian & Surgeon.
P. B. Hamlxs, (Jap !
nisi, aaia tl Ostaxoa
O. O. F Phlretartan Lodee No. 8.
Meets ia Odd Fellows' Temple, cor
nea Jaatfcemo and O strimtn on
'-Saturday evening ol aaefa wash Mem
csara of the order la good standing art
m riled to attead.
J. 0. TwrrcHKLX, N. G.
K.T Jawrrr, Secrathry.
of P. Alpha Lodge No. 47. Meat
every Wednesday , ia I. O O. F
Hall a' 7 JO p. an. Members In
good standing ar Invited to attend.
Gan. W. Kimball, C. C.
Elnb WmaaaLT, E. of R. A S.
s ana 1
4 M.CtiVMnniJ.O. 1To
Attorneys t Law,
Bank Boiidt.. in. m.
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LILAC OIROI. No. 4K, Wornaa sal
Wo-teralt Meets .an 2nd .ad 4th
Thurs lars of each mooth ai the I.
O. O. F. Hall. V until, members in
ood standing are levited to a't 1.
Minnie Jones, (inardian Neighbor.
Bell Moriao, Secretary.
Second and Fourth Thursdays.
K fct Rosw-wint Chapter No. 8
Holda their regular meeting oa the
1 first aad third Tharadaya la aaefa
th. Visiting members in good
are reapeetfnSlv invited to at
Maude Raat. W. M.
Regina Raat, Secretary.
lAfOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
II Oaosr No. 126. Meets at the Odd
" Fellows' Hall, in Roaeburg. every
rat aad third Monday evening. Visit
ing neighbors always welcome.
1). P. Fish tt. C. C.
J. A. BrcBA ? an, Clark.
II NITED ARTISANS, Umpqua Aa
I serably No. 105, meets second and
fourth Satardays of each month, in
Native Sona' hall. Visiting members
will receive a cordial welcome.
A. C. Mabstkbs, M. A.
MnwiB Jokm, Secretary.
Rams for Sale.
We have a fine lot of nmi for ulann.
and two vsara (il.i mrA a fuw f.M.r .,d-
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old that are lhnr,,nK liru. I -..i AK.U1
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Our rams are on the range all the year,
are neavy snearers 01 nne wool and frond
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ti Ashland, Ore.
haa Skea Oatitd.
I have orjened a al ti in in V.-irth I ....
barg at my residence about two blocks
from the bridge where I will Jlo gun
Work, saw nleimr. make lreva MrMinn.
bralUa etc. D Jacks
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wu BssasBBaiaw saaaaaaasaBl saaasataaasai
i'"i in eajsa suae.. II ssslilllg.
y W BBNSON,
gUCHANAN A GRENINGER
J. A. BVCwahaji I. U Qajanstasa
Rooms 1 aad i
Marsters Building ROSKBl'Rti, ORKtrON
JAS. E. Sawyers
Room 6, Upstairs, Douglas Co. Bk. Bid.
QR. H. L. STUDLEY,
an i PBro'Ic diseasea. corrects defomtaties
H.iriju Kliiwms ACUle ills
.wpuuu .eaiiuy 10 me irvalment.
Please arrange for appointmenu by
Office over the Post ofneo. Ph-ae We. nan
luce tl. u. t. raves place, khrni. ,. eaa.
J W. MAR8TERS
A ttomey-a t-La w
DR. P. W. HUNT
OAKLAND, : : OREGON.