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1 mr '
FE the privilege of eating a New
Year's dinner within the walls of
the Alhambra, that beautiful pal
ace built by the Moors In Spain
000 years ago. I was Indebted to my
good friends Don and Donna Parreda,
with whom I boarded. And for the
privilege of boarding with them I was
Indebted to the fact that the noble don
and his lovely spouse were very poor;
otherwise 1 might never have seen the
Interior of the palace under such fa
rc-able conditions or have become a
member of a very Interesting Spanish
The real bead of that household, let
It be mentioned sub rosa. was the
charming Donna Carmen, but she,
again, was dominated by her little
daughter Carmencita. a maiden of nine
or ten summers, without any mention
of winters. If yon please, for they
were summers of the south of Spain,
each one ten months long and full of
sunshine, which, somehow or other, al
ways seemed to Irradiate her face. If
I could do SO without ml-ring my gj. j
armors, I should say that Carmencita j
resembled a butterfly about as much
as a little human being could, but J
when she skipped about In the garden '
of the Gran Capltan she seemed also !
the fairest blossom among a million or j
more of others.
This garden of the Gran Capitan. or
the Great Captain, lay within the for
tification walls that Inclose the hilltop
on which the Alhambra palace is built,
that most glorious monument of the
Moors In Spain and their last refuge
re they were driven back to Africa.
Bat It lay aslant the western slope of
the -Hill of the Sun," while the Al
hambra adorned the eastern and more
precipitous side, though only a short
dBBtaaee away, beyond a valley filled
with elm trees In which the nightin
Carmencita and her ardent admirer
myseb usually occupied u wistaria
bower perched upon an escarpment of
the terrace, whence a view was out
spread which included half the horizon
Une. There was generally no concern
aa to the weather, for it was nearly al
ways fine, but on the day preceding the
1st of January there had been a slight
tall of snow, and the air was too sharp
for sitting out of doors, so we passed
the morning within the house, much to
As the 1st of January was a legal
holiday, one of about 200 which adorn
the calendar In Spain. Don Nicolas was
at home moping around the bouse and
getting in the way of his goodwife.
the tall and stately Donna Carmen,
who, I'm afraid, did not always bear
In mind the Spanish proverb to "have
honey In the mouth" when addressing
her liege lord. In order to escape her
harp tongue Don Nicolas betook him-1
self outdoors, but In half an hour or
so returned with a smile hovering
around the cigarette which he always
carried between his lips and announced
that Inasmuch as it was New Year's
day and a festive event he had ar
ranged for an appropriate "fiesta" In
honor of the occasion and of the guest
within, their walls.
"Oh, a cockfight or bull riuv affair;
anyway some sort of gambling ar-
CORBLDOn OF THE AT.HAirnni
rangement probably," snapped Donna
Carmen, with a contemptuous pucker
of her rosy lips and a flash of her big
Mack eyes. "Did you ever. Sir Nlco
ks, keep a peso (dollar) In your pocket
"Not if my esposa (wife) could And
where I hung my pantaloons." retort
ed Don Nicola- good naturedly, though
he winced visibly when her black eyes
flashed at this home thrust. "But wait,
querida (dearest)," he went on in great
haste lest she get a shot In that should
disable him. "It is this I have Just
aeen oar good friend, Senor Sanchez,
director of the Alhambra , and be has
Invited us over to dine wltii bim with
in the palace walls. His wife is away.
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GALE SWEEPING PACIFIC COAST
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grasp and traffic and communication continues badly crippled. The upper Mississippi
.ui. vtwyb are teeiing me orunt ot the storm. Communication with those
sections is practically cut off, even the weather bureau being unable to secure its regular
reports. A heavy storm is moving down from Puget Sound.
m a 1 -int.ui ga.
an hour, it is probable that the Columbia river bar will be impassible for the next few
days. Storm warnings were ordered displayed at several points yesterday evening, and
this morning signals were flying at every port between Coos Bay and Juan de Fuca
Chicago, Dec. 28. One of the severest storms of recent years has raged thoughout
the tarntory lying between the Rocky Mountains and the Great Lakes since early this
morning and has caused muoh trouble for the street car companies, railroads and tele
graph companies, the latter being the greatest sufferers.
and he feels lonely 60 he Bays and
"Four: pouted Donna Carmen
"These old men always have something
up when their wives are away." But I
Boticed her eyes did not flash this time.
In fact, they were. If anything, more
liquid in their expression than ever. Be
hind her back Don Nicolas beckoned m
to come out to the patio, where he filled a
couple of glasses, and we sat down at
a table to discuss their contents.
"Will Donna Carmen go?" I asked
my host I wanted to say, "Will she
allow you to go?" but thought the other
form more diplomatic.
"Will she?" chuckled Don Nicolas,
shaking with Inward laughter bo that
he could hardly carry the glass to his
lips. 'Couldn't keep her away. She's
Just dying to go. But wait a minute
and hear what she says."
"Nicolas," came a voice from the
apartment we had Just left, "I have
decided not to go. The old palace Is
too cold and damp, and Carmencita
cannot go at all events."
'Very well, my love. Then the senoi
and I must go alone."
"But I've got such a nice menu for
a dinner at home. If s too bad."
"So It Is, dearest. Then we had bet
ter stay at home, of course."
"I really would like to go." I mur
mured to Don Nicolas under my breath.
"Can't we arrange It somehow ? I nev
er dined In a palace In my life, and It
would be so delightful, seems to me."
"So It would, and you shall," replied
the don, still shaking with laughter
he dared not let out for the life of
him. I was also reassured by the little
daughter, who, evidently used to the
vagaries of her maternal parent, was
calmly making preparations for depar
ture. She put her doll into her travel
ing garments, threw a silken mantilla
over her bead and then came and took
my hand, all without a word,
"Bat your mamma?" I asked In a
"If you don't harry she will be there
before us," exclaimed the spoiled child,
with a stamp of her little foot "Dear
' me, what stupid things men are, espe-
' dally American men""
j We went without farther words, and
when in going through the elm grove
j I cast a glance over my shoulder I saw
the donna marching behind as with
! stately steps and Don Nicolas ambling
We passed through the Gate of Jus
tice, crossed the Place of the Cisterns
and then entered the palace proper
through the gateway leading into the
Patio of the Myrtles, where Is the
great marble tank In which, Carmen
cita fearsomely told me, many a sul
tana had been drowned by the Moor
ish lords of the harems. Then we went
into the Ambassador's hall, where we
found Senor Sanchez awaiting us with
a welcome abounding in honeyed words
and high flown phrases. He at once
took possession of Donna Carmen, of
whom, her husband told me when at
a safe distance, he was once an ardent
"In fact" he added, with a shrug. "I
think he Is now, bat my wife has such
a a at a. i
a pearl beyond all price In myself and
Is so well convinced of It that he might
"Z ., JTJ 1 7 I
tor all the good It would do him." I
g'1 1)011 NleolM WM rte- ;
"""- WUJ,e ne 881 smoung ions-
merable cigarettes in a comer of te.
f ""uguujr ana 1 prowl-
ed all about the palace, played at hid.
7" amoD- aiannster PWrs
of Llnderaja's bower, traced the re-
uiwu BiauiH in me marnies or
ine country east of the Rockies is still in the blizzard's
sweeping aiong the coast at
5 a krmmSBwt S?Sri ViiiSpiBKMHL
the Abencerrages' hall, where the
Moorish guards were slain, and tried
to decipher the Alcoranlc verses in
flowery arabesques on the walls of
Only the empty shell now remains
of what had once been a pearl of
Moorish architecture, yet I found the
Alhambra palace most fascinating
even in decay. There was, as Donna
Carmen said there would be, a chill in
the air within the walls, and possibly
a dinner there at midwinter was a
risky thing to undertake. But the old
director In charge of the ruin had
lived there many years, and, though
Don Nicolas more than intimated that
he was In bis dotage, he should have
known whether there were risk or no
According to his directions, we all
gathered in the Hall of Justice, a long
tiled and arabesqued corridor which
bounds one side of the Lions' court
and there found a table spread with
all that the south of Spain could af
ford. There were wines from Xeres
and Malaga oranges, and olives from
Seville, fish and oysters from Cadis,
pigeons, turkey and quail from Lonja
cakes and ices from Granada, while
the demure damsels that watted on the
table were Gitanos. or gypsies, from
across the river Darro.
The feast had been spread as the
courteous old Spaniard expressed It in
the very corridor where Christopher
i olumbus had met Queen Isabella and
King Ferdinand of Spain and signed
the "capitulation" for that voyage of
discovery which resulted In the find
lng of the way to America in 1492.
"In your honor I have given this din
ner," Senor Sanchez graciously ex
plained, "in order to commemorate that
historic occurrence of more than 400
years ago, for here it was. In the month
of January. 1492, that Don Christopher
Columbus met the great king and
queen who had expelled the Moors
from Spain and entered upon those ne
gotiations which resulted in the dis
covery of the country which you claim
as the place of your birth. When
think of what the United States did to
us in Cuba I cannot but feel that you
country has been very ungrateful, but
we will let that pass. Spain has en
tered upon a new career of progress
and after all I think it was best for
her that she should have been driven
out of America, for now we are de
voting oar energies to the develop
ment of oar own country Instead of
sending oar money and our soldiers
away across the sea."
So it was with great cordiality that
after a toast to the bright eyes of Don
na Carmen and her daughter, we drank
to the future friendship of the United
States and Spain. After the dinner
was over we lingered awhile, and but
for the Increasing chill in the atmos
phere might have stayed to Inspect the
palace by moonlight As it was, the
slant sunbeams lay across the Am
baaaadors' ball before we left the pal
ace, for after their duties were over
the gypsy girls gathered in the corridor
outside and performed some of then
fantastic dances to the music of rude
Instruments which they bad brought
over from the caves In which they and
their families live In the Albaicin. be
yond the Darro, the river of golden
A ( old Int Vfur i.
"TalkhV about New Vat's," said the
old banter as he knocked the ashes
out of his corncob pipe, "reminds me
of Janiwary 1st 1872, when I sot all
day In the top of a pine tree.
Were you admiring the scenery of
the country?" Innocently asked the
"Waal, skassly, stranger, skassly,
be chuckled. "I wuz squlntin' right by
all the scenery, hopln' to see my son
Bill come along with his gun an' knock
over a big grizzly that war alttin' be
"Treed by a bear, eh?"
"Ye've guessed it, stranger. 'Long
about sundown It got so cold that It
brought tears to my eyes, an' as them
tears dropped they formed Into an lcl
cle that reached from whar I sot cl'ar
down to the b'ar. That war all that
saved my life, I reckon
"Why, how did that Icicle save your
life?" the city chap wanted to know
"It war this way," replied the old
hnntpr na ho artnVArl Ka AthAM ,.-.
-- " gamjawssmsa at m' wiurio TV UU
--r n.t,i . , . .m.
thought 1 war lettin' a ladder down to
Wm an' b dlmb It but when he
war fifteen feet from the ground the
idCie busted, an' he fell an' broke his
neck. Ye don't want to git scart, son
y, when ye'r treed by a gristly, but
)eMt hold on tight an' leave the rest to
Providence. If the Icicle hadn't done
the trick I'd have probably fell down
on the b'ar purty Boon an' killed him
the rate of about 72 miles
IS BESSIE BOUTON
Description of Cutler Mountain Vic
tim Tallies with that of Sister of
Mrs. Nelson of Si ? nta Barbara
SYRACUSE, New Yoik, Dec. 27. Mrs. C. R. Kemter,
hk ther of Mrs, Bessie Bouton, is thoroughly convinced
that the victim of the Cutler Mountain (near Colorado
Springs) murder is her daughter. The last letter she re-
ceived from the girl was written at the Albany Hotel, Den-
ver. She would not disclose the contents. She said the
girl's name is Doske, but she was known as Bessie. The
woman's husband lives here. He is a mechanic of good
reputation. The couple lived together only a short time,
and he has not seen her since partiug. For a time the
the young woman lived in New York.
Damn, Dec. 27. The News to
day says: Ressie Bouton, believed to
be the young woman who was found
on C itler Mountain with a bullet in
her brain and her face burned beyond
recognition, was a guest at the Al
bany Hotel, in this city, from May 2
to July 13. This has been established
by the hotel regi ,ter. She was ac
companied by a man, and the couple
registered as GL Bouton and wife.
Bouton became a familiar figure at
sporting resorts, and when he left
Deafer, some time in Augit. he told
his intimates that he was going to
Syracuse, X. Y. The woman who
knew the Boutons best was Mrs.
Man Madisun, a maid at the Albany.
Mrs. Bouton told Mrs. Madison that
her f.'lks came from Germany, that
her parents lived in Syracuse, X. Y.,
and that her maiden name was Kern
Clerk Dotv, of the Albanv, in
speaking of the Boutons, said:
"l'..illton sniff thv mm fri.m Yntr :
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The description of the murdered
woman fits well with Mrs. Bouton,
there being no real points of dis
similarity that I can nowjdetect. Dur
ing their stay at the Albany Mrs.
Bouton told me her mother was sick
anJ that she must eo back to Svra-'
it. i . , , .,
mse. ne oojeciea, ana tney quar-
reled, but finally they compromised
u ...j;. - - . c
b sending a package to Syracuse.
Dr. Shermin Williams prescribed
, . n ... .
lor DOth the liOUtonS, While they Were
attheAibanv. He had the following
"U'l,.,- I l i j .
When I saw that the murdered
Woman's name was Bouton, I at once
,1. . - , -
rcu-i me uescnpuon given M ner, lor
I remembered two patients of that
name whom I treated at the Al
bany Hotel last summer. The
description printed in the papers tal
lies closely with that of Mrs. Bouon.
This woman has a good set of teeth.
but there was much gold filling in
All describe Bouton as a tall and
li 1 -tsa
for Rheumatism. Cuts,
Sprains. Wounds. Old
Seres. Corns. Bunienav
Mew to Buy
saioaraa asm aarxaa.
It twin tha
Tha Study -
and Orange Judd
Ytar With Alma
f Married. &
In the Circuit 1 ourt of the rtate of Oregon for
Lyman K Knepp i
John W Bennett and
KliaUrth A Bennett
bis wife, Defendants
By rlttueof a writ of execution dnly lamed
out ol and under the seal of the above entitled
court In the above entitled action, to me di
rected and dated the I2th day of December, 1904
in favor i Lyman K. Knappand anal nit laid
John W Bennett and Elizabeth A Bennett, bin
wife, lor the sum of 11475 08, with Interest there
on at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, from the
7th .lay ol October, 1904, and the further aum of
fSO attorneys fee and the further aum
ol $16.80 coata and disbursements, and tbe
rusts and disbursements of and upon
thla writ of exrcutloo, command: limine to make
ssle of the following described premises lowit:
The m of the svt and Iota 3 and 4 of Sec 2,
Tp '29 H, R 9 west of tbe Willamette meridian,
containing l.'S I acres and situated in Donglaa
county, Oregon, attached in said action on tbe
7th day of July, 1904.
Now. therefore. In compliance with the com
mands of said writ, I will on
I Saturday, the 1 4th day of Jan. I9O5,
at one o'clock p. m. of said day at the Court
HftllMi fmnt Hiuir In HnMhnM lk.ii,u. c,..,niu
j0"0"- -l i,ub"c auction, subject u k.
' mi i"1". 10 in uiuni uiuuct, lor L. Illleo
States gold coin, cash in band, the above
described real property, and all the right, title
and Interest the aald defendants had therein on
the dale of a. Id attachment, lowit: the Tib
day of July, 1901, or since has had the em. to
satisfy said writ of execution, and all accruing
H. T. McCLALLKN,
8herl ft of Douglas Coun'y Oregon
In the Circuit Conn ol ibc SUte ol llRiog
fur l.ti(ls Oasssjsy,
K. K . Hrxwnbetni,!
Qco. K. Mnntcitb. ;
To. (ico. K. MuDleiin, tbe above named de-
In tbe name of the State of Oregon: Yon are
rcjaired to arpear and answer tbe com-
' pwat of HbMM a id against) on id the snore
j entitled coon on or katsSS rriday, tbe 7tb day
(0fj,,.ry. ijos. at ten o'clock a a.ofaaw
d,T; "dl,TO '" pt an l answer
Ild complaint, plainttn will tae judgment
j sgaint too for the celUf demanded In said ram
p'1"1--'" " of i 7s alleged m
amid complaint to be doe from defendant 1st
I plalntlfron a certain promissory Dnu made by
(defendant on May 1. Uut. and tor cost and
1 dUbUeent, of m. action: .nd .1.1 .PPiy k.
1 'ne court for an order of aale of real property of
defendant heretofore In ibis action at itaehed
Tbe-i of section a, tp XI s, r I w, W
i u ingiae county oregn.
1 nis summons l pubiisneu in the ' oteborg
Plaludcaler. a aernl weekly aewapaper pob
liahed at Roaeburg. In the county and slate afore
aald. by order if Hon. 1. w. Hamilton, Judge of
said Court, made at ( ham ben af Kuaeburg
Oregon, on tbe 14th day ol December. lo4. The
Aral publication ol this summons la of dau
flereml.er l.S. M. and tbe mag publication of
dale January 26. 1Mb making seven pobltea
tiona Ihi reoi, lr the full period of six weeks.
J C ruLLERTUS.
A. . OBCfJIT.
Attorney for plaint S
In the fircall Coart ol the State of Onto
for Donalas t'oantj.
Hans rhrlsU.flerran, Plaint .t!
w l.llam J. t!nnre and Carrie
Moore his wife, and M A Marie
Deiei danu: j
To M A. Marie, aiwre named defendaat
ln the name ol tbe Stale of Oregon, roe are
hereby rojuired to appear an 1 answer tbe com
plaint if plalnUB filed Sfainst joo In tbe
aald court and cause, on or before tbe ltth day
ot January. 190.V being tbe date prescribed by
the court In the oroer lor publication of aald
"umrao: lor von ,lo appear and answ r aald
complaint, and if yon fall to appear and ans
wer sa'd complaint on or before said date, tor
want, thereof tbe plaintiff will apply to
court for tbe relief demanded In his
complaint which la lor a decree from
aald coon cancelling: and setting:
aside tbe conveyance made l yon by de-
'endanls William J Moore and Came Moore of
lota one. two. and stalSBa of Block seventy lt
f Fourth Southern Addition to HoaeBwrf. O ra
ce-n. aa fraud uient, said convejanee being
made on tbe 13th day of February. 19M. and re
corded in Vol 4S of Deeds, pate StC, In the office
of the County Clerk for Douglas count) . Ore
gon, and that said real pro petty be sold to pa;
s judgment heretofore secured bv t lain' iff
against aald defendant, William f. Moore, and
for such other relief as to the court may at
This utnmons la pabliahe-1 once a week for
at least u auccesKve weeks in the Flaiadeaier
a semi weekly newspaper published at Rose
burg, Oregon, by order of Hon. M D Thorn peon
County Judge of Douglas county. Oiegon. made
on the Mb day of December. 1904. The Snt
publication ot this summons Is on Dec S, 1904
and tbe last will ba on January IS. isos.
Dated this Ml day of December, m.
Bt HiSAS AO&KMIKUBK.
and C S JACKSON,
Ailoyneya tor Plaint-."
Notice for Publication
cnlled States Land Office.
Roaeburg. Ore.. Nov. 1. 1904
Notice st barony given that la eomptlanee
with tha provisions of tha act of Congress of
June )S .entitled "An act for the sale of
Umber lands In the States of California. Oregon
Nevada And Washington Territory," aa extend
ed lo all the publis land stasas by act ol
of Aberdeen. county of Cbebalta,
talc ol Washington, hag this av Hint in
this office his worn statement No. 6o&! (or the
purchase of the r1, se. se- neS4 and lotl.ol
section No. 4 In township No. 28 a af ra west
and will offer proof to show that the land songM
la mors valuable for Its Umber or stone than
for agricultural purpoesa, and to establish his
alalm before the Raglgter and Reosl ver ot this
slOos of Roaeburg. Oregon.
on Kn 'a . tbe 17th day of February. I90S. He
names ns witnesses: ieo. Turner, warren
Heatty. avld L. Ma tin and C I. LevengiXHl,
allot Rose burg, tregon.
Any and all persons claiming adveely the
above deacrtb d lands are requested to file their
I'latmam uas omce a oi neiore the said lTth
day of Keb. 1906. J. T. BRIDGES,
NP . Rag titer.
Notice for Publication
Culled States Land Office.
Roaeburg. Oregon. Nov. 22 1904.
Notice is hereto given that In compliance
with tbe provtalims of the act of Congress el
June S. 18TS entitled "An wet for the sale at
Umber lands In ths States or Calt'ornla. C
Nevada, and Washington Territory. " assxtatid-
ad to all tha public land stales by act of August
f Abenleen couulv of chi-nalla. state ol
Washington did on Aug 9 1904 file in .his office
bis tworn statement No f-7 for the purchase o:
the HVYla secUon hi, 'owushtp south range -tw
and will offer proof to show that the land souffhi
Is more valuable for Its Umber or atona than
for agricultural purpoesa, and to establish his
alalm before tha Register and Rssxalvar af tkda
af f tea ol Koawbu rg. Oregon.
on Friday the J4th day ol February, 190N. Be
names as witnesssa: W H McOossen, B Krak
enberger and Georee Bateman of Roeeburg,
Ore., John Rogers of Big Butte, Ore.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file the r
claims In this office on or before said .'tih day
of Feb 1906. J. T. BRIDGK8
Title (J ua ran tee & Loan Co.
I. D. HABILTOa,
D C. HaJaTLTOR,
fsscy. and Treaa
UfBoe la the Court House. Have lbs only com
plot set of abstract books la Donglaa County
Abstracts and Certincatea ol TiUe tttralabedof
Douglas county land and mining claims. Bare
alto a complete set of Tracings of all townablp
plats ta ths Roeeburg, Oregon, U. 8. Land Ola
Met. Will make bine print copies ot any town
Grafting aas Proalag by Experts.
Pruning by the day or job, grafting 3
cents, guaranteed, one half down the
reat when the clous are growing, wri'c
us Southern Ore., Nursery,
dl2-23 Oakl.nd, Or.
Notice of 2etoration of Public Lands lo Set
tlesMal and Entry.
rVKFARTMEM" OK THK INTKRIOR, tleneral
Lnl Ofllre, Washington, D. C. November
i,lW. Notice is hereby given that on October
21, ISM, tbe Acting Secretary of tbe Interior re
atored to settlement the public lands in the M)
lowing di-scrlbod areas, which wi n- temporarily
withdrawn for forest reserve purpose? ; and that
said public lands an restored to seltleinen . on
Otober21, uoi, will become sub Ice t u entry,
filing and selection at tbe United Mutes Dis
trict Land Office at Roaeburg, Oregon , on March
1, 1SD6: In Townablp forty (40; South, Range
eight (S) West, Sect or's nineteen ( ) to thirty
(i), Uith Inclusive, and Sections thirty-two (W)
to tblitv-six () both Inclusive; In Townablp
forty-one (U)Souib, Range eight () West: Sec
lione three () and ten (10). All Township thlrty
one(Jl) Bonth, Range nine O) Wee' ; In Town
snip forty (M) outb. Range nine () West, Sec
tion one (1,, the southeast. Quarter mi iwiinn
eleven (11), the east halt and southwest ajBwttef
oi nection twelve (12), the northeast -,'iarte.- of
MecUou thirteen (I I). Bections twenty-Ore (Ja)
and twenty-six (X), the east half of Section thir-ly-fou-(M),
and Bections thirty-five (.v.) and
Utlity-slx (J6); In Townablp forty-one (II) south,
Range nlne(y) Woat, geetlnns one (1), two (2).
three ( i), and Sections U-u (10) to sixteen (K),
both lnclualre: All Township thirty-one (Bt)
Booth, Range ten (101 West: In Township thlity
8vc(.') outb. Range twelve (12) West, the
southeast quarter of Section nine (9), the south
half of Section ten 1 10), Section eleven (II), the
aouih ball and northwest quarter of Section
twelve (12), tbe west half of Section thirteen
(13, the north half of Sections fourteen
and fifteen L , Section sixteen (16) the soiun
half and northeast quarter of Section aerenu en
117). sections twenty ' , twenty one 21
twentj nine , thirty (30), Uilrty-one ,J1) and
tblity two (); In Township thirty-eight (S)
Soutb, Range twelve (12 M est, the sooUwaat
quarter of Section twenty-two ti. tbe Jtooth
ballot Section twentr-three (J3), Section twen
ty acven, (27). tbe southeast quarter of Btctlon
Ihlnj thr e(X). and the west half of Section
thirty f . (M); In lownahlp tbiity nine (3)
Booth, ove twelve (12) West, ecUon fourft .
theaou .. .11 ol Section five (i), the smtbeast
quarW: f - ction aix (). the s Hit beast quarter
ol Sect r vei (T). Sn.-l.oo eight (). the nnnb
weatqu . In ot Section niue(). Sections seven
teen (17; .1 eigbu-en (W). tbe northeast quar
ter of -ection nineteen (1 ). 'be north half of
Section twenty (JD), and the west half ( rr what
will p-obably be when surveyed. L.iU one '1)
to six teen 10), Inclusive) of Section thirty (j):
In Township forty (o) South, Range twelve (U)
West, tbe west hal'.'or Lou one (1) to atxteen
n. Inclusive, of Section eirhtMn na - i.
Township forty-one (t!) South, Range twelve
2) West. Lot. three ( ) and four M, tbe south
naif oi me northwest quarter, and the south
half o Section five (S). Bee-ion six ( . the west
nair. or lots one (I) toslxteen (16), Inclus've. of
Section seven (7) the noTth half anlaouthea'i
quarter of Section eigat () the south half and
tKMlhaeat quarter of a ctloo nine (). and Use
west half, or Lots one (I) to twelve fUt, inclu
alve, of Section eUbleeo (1). Ail of Wilhsmette
Meridian. Oregon. W A. Ru n ago.. Com nis
sioner Approved: E. A. Hm ncors.
lot it Beereurv of the li.ierio.-. I
Notice of Publication.
I' silted -Stales Land office
toaeburg. O.rgan. Oct. li 19M.
Famnel II Knight and I. If Koreman having
led at ibis office their corroborated protest
against tl e allowance of umber applicati a
6 Ji, for kU 1. 5, 12 and 13, s-e. HSi.tls.
made by Charles Maw. upon which final proof
wag submit teil at this office on September 2.
UM. and suspended by reason of said protest, a
hearing Is hereby ordered. The mineral
Character of the land Is alleged by the protest
ants and It bt lor the parpese ot detemtntna
tbe character of the tracts included in tbe said
entry that tbe betrtng Is bad.
The testimony in tbe ease will betaken before
the Register and Receiver of this office oa
Marc b 20. m.. at hjockk.a. m the fori-
tn nu-rest arc hereby sun mooed ti appear at
Use said time and
place to offe testimon; in
J. H. BOOTH.
a i port of their
Xotice foi Publication.
Culled States Land Office.
Roaeburg. Oregon Dec 12, 1901.
Notice ta hereby given that ta com pi '.an ea
with the provisions of the set of Congress of
Jane I. itra. entitled "An art foe the aale af
timber lands In the States of faltforala. Osgawga
evada and Washington Terri'.orv." assxtecd
jjj'' Po bile land stales by act af A ugust
DAVID M. PaRRV.
of Ro eburg. county of Doug'gs. state o'
Oregon has this day filed In this office b
sworn sta-emeat No. a.6 for the pur. has- of
tbe ot Set I, Tp B n, R 3 west
and BfBJ offer proof to shoe tat the land socght
la more valuable for Its timber or st.ne than
for agricultural purpoeea, and to estaMja his
claim before the Kirtster aad Receiver of this
etnea of Roeeburg. Oregon.
mesday the :th day of March. lf. He
les as witnesses Bernard ti.k.nh.
O. C Baier. George Bateman of R-wjurt. Ore
gon, and La e Engels of Peel. Oregon.
Any and aii persons claiming adversely tbe
above d. scnnei .an. la ase requested to tile "their
claims in this Birr on or before sold :tbda
of March 1905. J.T. BRIDGK-
Kambotiillet Kims for Sale.
We have a fine lot of rams for sale one
and two years old and a few four years
old that are thoroughbred nvisterexl.
Our rams are on the range all the year,
are heavy shearers of line wool and good
rustler?. J. S. Hgjtitix A Sox.
ti Ashland, Ore.
acaf Dears. WlWeers ud Noal.ass.
The remaining stosk of doom, windows
mouldings and other null work of the
late Roeeburg Lumber Co., has been
turned over to the Flook A Dyinger Co.
and wilt be sold at a b.trgaiu until closed
out. Here is a hobd for house hnii.ira.
Forest Reserve Scrip
Soidiem' Addit'onti Scrip
Militsry Land Warrants
and other kinds of
....FOR SALE. ..
If yon want Govern Rent Tlmb -r
lAnds, get a Utle by locating
Land Scrip. Write for P rices
R. H. PEALE SpriDjtleld. Mo.
f OB ACTIVE BRAINS
ytmr liver most be right, your
stotuaeh in a healthy condition and
?i?ir kulney Properly performing;
their peculiar functions, or your
body won't stand the strain 'ai 1
your brain won't be active. If you
would have a clear head and kavu
perception, get a box of
Use them and see how much
more alive you will be.
THEY C..3.FY THE Mtta.
AND PUrtlrY THE BLOOD.
They are a sure and positive
mEJZL 0,""- the
Bctnr. h,aaLlyr' nd
?i- i Headache, Indlges
miJIla. 8l"OIJ-"-. "Imple,
!urm..f and " lm-
For Bale By All Druggists
Oo. Dnd 05o. per Box.
Q.KOK(,E M. BI.OWN,
QK. ttEO. K. HOUCK,
Physcian & Surgeon.
Office Review Bid. ROBKBOR S
Phone. Main 31 ORAOOM
Rooms and 9
Teleptons la 621
M. Crawford J. O. Watsob
Attorneys t Lsaw,
Rooms 1 At, Bank Bnlldg.. RoHRHUgUs, US.
before ths I? n I -and OSice so J
J C. ?ULLEBTOft
WU' practice In ail the state and Fsaleral Coans
Omce In Marks Bids:., Roaeburg. Oregon.
P W BENSON,
glCIIANAN A 'iHKMNiiKK
J. A. Bim.isi.ii I. L. Gagmsec
A t torney s-at-La w
Room 1 and 1
Ma.-:. .- Buihllng
.JAS K. Sawj'ers
Room 6, Upstair, DoagUs Co. Bk. Bid.
q;;. h. l. stl dley.
Osteopathic Physician -
Cures chronic diseases, corrects deformatiea
and removes foreign growths. Acute diseases
also respond readily to tbe treatment.
Corns siltmltoas Free
Please arrange for appointments by abnaa
Otlce over the Post oatae - -ai Mw. MRl
BBsBBBJBM H It ,raves puce. Phoass No. 1RM
N. A. FOSTER & CO.,
Of every Je-riy tion. Farms sad Min
esal Landa. Oreepn, Washington and
DR. F. W. HUNT
H. Little, tf
Abstract of Tit Is to Deeded Land.
Papers prepared for filing oa GoTera
Blue Prints of Township Maps showing
all wBcant Lands.
FRANK E. ALLEY
Plans and Estimate tar all Build
ing. Special designs for Office Fixture
Office in new Bank Building. 'Phone 415
ROS EBURG. OREGON
k F. A A. M. Laurel Lodge No. IS.
f ti jids regular meetings on
an. I I VVI. 1 . .
w.aaa " wiwttmbS wS
month. J. T. BaiDuaa. . M
N. T. Jswrrr, Secretary.
BP O. ELKS. Koeebnrg Lodge No.
326. Holds r-gniar eommaaica-
tions at I O. O. 9. Hadl n o.i
and fourth ThnrsaUvs of each month.
All member reuneeteal in at:iui rs.
larW aad all visit inr brothsrs are cordi
ally invited to attend.
F. B. War, K. R
Roy McClallts, Secretary.
kO. D, 1st SEPARATE BATTALUON
.O.N. 0 , meets at Armory Mall every
Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock.
F. B. Hamum. Cant
0. U. F. Philetarian Lodsre Mo. sl
Meets ia Odd Fellows' Tempi, cor
ner Jackson and Raai .r . .i.
Saturday evening of each wesak Meta
bera of the order in good standing ar
invited to attend.
J. C. TwrrcHRix, N. U.
N.T Jgwa-rr. SecreWrv.
Kef P. Alpha Lodge No. 47. Meet
every Wednesday, in I. O. O.
a Hal) at 7:30 p. m. Members D
good at Anding are invited to attend.
Mkl TuoarsoK, C. C
Elvis Vimsbju.t, K. of R. A S.
LILAC CIRCLE. No. 4s, Wosaaa al
Woodcraft. Meets on 2nd aad 4th
1 luirsdavs of each m.mh at k. i
0. 0. F. Hall. Visiting members ia
good standing are invited to attend.
Minnie Jones, Guardian Neighbor.
Re.ll Morian, Secretary.
Second and Fourth Thursdays.
9K. 8 Rose'Mirg Chapter No. g
Holds their regular meeting oe the
first and third Thursday in each
aonth Visiting members la good
: faaadirig are respectfully Invited to at
od. Maude Hast, W. M.
Regina Rast, Secretary.
rJDMEN OF TUB WORLD. Usui
Catnr No. 128. Meet at the Old
Fellows' Hall, in Roaeburg, every
Stat and third Monday evening. Visit
ing neighbors always welcome.
D. P. Fish ut, C. C.
J. A. BrcHANAn, Clerk.
UNITED ARTISANS, Umnqoa As
sembly No. 105. meets second and
fourth Saturdays of each month in
Native Sons' hall. Visiting members
will receive a cordial welcome.
A. C. MAjgncaa, M. A.
Mrairrs Jonas, Secretary.