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The Powers of
IPTI'P By MAURICE
W V X JL I V W MAETERLINCK. Ccrmtn
Author and Thinker
IT is well that men should be reminded that TILE VERY
HUMBLEST of them has the power of fashion, after a
divine model, that he chooses not, a prtjat moral personality
composed in equal parte of himself and .the ideal.
It is only in the depths of life that this peat moral per
Bo:ialitv can be carved out. and only by means of INCESSANT
REVELATIONS of the divine can we add to the stores of the ideal
To everv man Is it given to attain IN SPIRIT to the heights
of virtuous life and to know at all times what his conduct should
lie would he act like a hero or a saint. But more than this is needed.
It is essential that the SPIRITUAL atmosphere about us should be
transformed to such a degree that it ends by resembling the atmos
phere of Swedenborp's beautiful countries of the age of gold,
wherein the air permitted not a falsehood to leave the lips.
An instant comes then when the smallest ill that we fain would
commit falls at our feet like a leaden ball upon a disk of bronze,
WHEN EVERYTHING CHANGES, though we know it not,
into beauty, love or truth.
But this atmosphere enwraps those only who have been heedful
to ventilate their lives sufficiently by at times flinging open the gates
of the other world. It is when we are near to those pites that we
love, for to love one's neighbor does not mean only to give oneself
to him, to serve, help and sustain others. We may possibly be neither
good nor noble nor beautiful even in the midst of the greatest sacrifice.
THE NURSE WHO DIES BY THE BEDSIDE OF A TYPHOID PA
TIENT MAY PERHAPS HAVE A MEAN. RANCOROUS, MISERABLE
To love one's neighbor in the immovable depths means to love in
others that which is ETERNAL, for one's neighbor in the truest
sense of the term is that which approaches the nearest to Gol in
other words, ALL THAT IS BEST AND PUREST IN MAN
and it is only by ever lingering near the gates I spoke of that you
can discover the divine in the souf Then will you be able to say
with the great Jean Paul, '"When I desire to love most tenderly one
who is dear to me and wish to forgive him everything, I have but
to look at him for a few minutes IN SILENCE."
TO LEARN TO LOVE ONE MUST FIRST LEARN TO SEE.
"I lived for twenty years by my sister's side," said a friend to me
one day, "and I saw her for the first time at the moment of our
mother's death." Here, too, it had been necessary that death should
violentlv flinc onen an eternal gate SO THAT TWO SOULS
MIGHT BEHOLD EACH OTHER in a ray of the primeval light
Is there one among us who has not
1 Happily, even in those whose vision is most limited there is al
ways SOMETHING that acts IN SILENCE, as though they had
seen. It is possible perhaps that to be gt od is only to be IN A LIT
TLE LIGHT what all are in darkness. Therefore, doubtless, it is
well that we should endeavor to raise our life and should strive toward
summits where ill doing becomes IMPOSSIBLE. And, therefore,
too, it is well to accustom the eye to behold events and men in a divine
atmosphere. But even that is not indispensable, and how small must
the difference seem to the eyes of a God !
WE ARE IN A WORLD WHERE TRUTH REIGNS AT THE BOT
TOM OF THINQ8 AND WHERE IT IS NOT TRUTH. BUT FALSE
HOOD, THAT NEEDS TO BE EXPLAINED.
Those who t.hinlr of nothing have the same truth as those who
think of God. THE TRUTH IS A LITTLE FARTHER FROM
THE THRESHOLD; that is all.
There are about us thousands and thousands of poor creatures
who have nothing OF BEAUTY in their lives. They come, they
go in obscurity, and we believe that all is dead within them, and no
one payB any heed. And then one day a simple word, an unexpected
silence, a little tear that springs from the source of beauty itself, telli
us that THEY HAVE FOUND THE MEANS of raising aloft
in the shadow of their soul an ideal a thousand times more beautiful
than the most beautiful things their ears have ever heard ox have
their eyes ever seen.
Read the Plaindealer for all the News
FOR CLEANING UP
We will pay the highest cash price for Hides,
green or dry, Pelts ,goat skins, furs, iron
brass, copper, lead, zinc, rubber boots & shoes
Have some splendid bargains in second hand Furniture
ROSEBURG JUNK AND HIDE CO.
- RYE 3S55SS
It Hits the Spot. It Brings the Trade
The Whiskey that pleases all
Nothing Finer. Nothing Better.
TEN YEARS OLD GUARANTEED
MIKE JACOB & CO. Distillers. Cincinnati. Ohio
EB. COCHRAN, Sole Agent. Iteebirg, Oregon
It is a poor man's chance and a fine investment for others. Write for free cata
logue, it will tell yon all about them, a treatise on walnut culture.
If you want to buy a farm
If you want furnished rooms
If you want to buy a house
If yau want to rent a house
If you want to build a house
If you want to move a house
Ifvon don't know PAT
Call on or address . . .
F F. pattern.
near to him sisters he has never
We are experts in walnut work.
Have the leading sort shell varieties,
abundant bearers at early age. Ore
eon ia the true home for walnuts.
FAVORED AT ASHLAND
At Ashland 500 consumers, present
and prospective, have signed contracts
obligating themselves in case the city
should install light and power service, to
purchase whatever light and wateB they
may need from the city for a period of
ten years from the date ot the installa
tion of the service This includes nearly
all the heavy property owners as well as
tenants in the business district, most of
the present consumers of light in the
residence districts as well as quite a
number of prospective ones. Judged by
these returns there is a strong senti
ment in the city in favor of a Municipal
electrict light plant, which now seems
one of the probabilities of the near
future in Ashland.
Ashland and Koseburg seem to be of
one accord on this important question of
municipal water and light plants but the
Koseburg movement in that direction
received a severe setback by a bill
providing for such a measure being
killed at the late legislative session
owing principally to some foolish
clauses which it contained, particu
larly to the one providing for the for
mation of a practically perpetual com
There are few diseases thst inflict
more torture than rheumatism anil there
is probably no disease lor which such a
varied and useless lot of remedies have
been suggested. To say that it can le
cured is, therefore, a bold statement to
make, but Chamberlain's 1'ain Balm,
which enjoys an extensive sale, has met
with great success in the treatment of
this disease. One application of Pain
Balm will relieve the pain, and bun
dreds of sufferers have testified to per
manent cures hv its use. Why suffer
when Tain Balm affords such quick re
lief and costs but a tri tie. For sale hv
A. C. MarsUrs A Co.
Large Stock Ranch for Sale
A fine stock ranch containing 1000
acres: tiOO acres prairie: 100 acres
slashed, hurne-l and seeded ; ISO acres
light scattering brush : I'M acres heavily
timbered with old growth fir and white
cedar; well watered with numerious
living springs ; nearly all fenced ; fairly
good house and good barn. Will keep
from 130 to 150 head of cattle. Ifi mile?
from Myrtle point on county road.
Price f 12 .V) per acre. Roberta A Carter
Mvrtle Point, Oregon. ml3m:U)
For a Weak Digestion.
No medicine can replace food but
Chamberlain's Stomach and I.iver Tab
lets will help you to digest your food. It
is not the quantity of food taken that
giws strength and vigor to the system,
but the amount digested and assimilat
ed. If troubled with a weak digestion,
don't fail to give these Tablets a trial.
Thousands have been benefited by their
use. They only cost a quarter. For
sale bv A. C. Marsters A Co
A. O. Rose, n Rosebnrg, i engaged in
appointing Oregon agents to represent
a large and reliable Chicago firm to in
troduce their new antomatic spring
scissors and latest books. Koys, girls,
men or a omen are appointed either on
salary or commist-ion. If interested call
on or write A. O. Rose. Koseburg, reg.
May Day Ball
A grand May Day hall will be given
at t tie Armory hall Monday evening
May 1st, 1905, under the auspices of the
I.ady Maccabees. A fine supper will be
served and good music will be secured.
A good time is promised those who at
Strayed from range on South Myrtle
Creek, ten head of cattle marked under
bit in each ear and left ear split. Brand
ed small A on right hip. Write F. R.
Waite, Rosebnrg, Or. a 10 p
Saturday the open season for fishing
begins and the enthusiastic wielder of
the rod and reel will ply his favorite vo
cation vigorously in the Douglas county
Notice of Final Settlement.
In the County Court lor Douglas County, Htate
In the matter of
Notice la hereby given that the nndenlgtied
Execalrlx of the eatate ol Jacob Lehnherr, de
reas.il, filed ber tlnal ar count herein on the Mb
day of March. 1905; and that by order of the
Judge ot the above entitled conrt herein on the
ith day of April. 1906. Monday tbe 8th day of
May, A, I). 1906, at the hour ol 10 o'clock a. m.,
waa the time appointed lor tbe hearing objec
tiona to aald final account and the settlement
thereof, and that aald notice be published in
the Rosebnrg Plaindealer at leaat once a week
lor four consecutive weeka.
Dated this 4th day ot April, 1905.
Date of the flrat publication la the 6th day of
April, 1906. ELIZA I.KHNHKKK
Notice of Administrator.
In the matter ol the estate)
John H Rogers, deceased )
Notice la hereby given that the undersigned
haa been duly appointed by the county conrt
ol the Htate ol Oregon, for Douglaa county, ad
ministrator of the eatate of John H. Kogera, de
ceased. All persona having clalma against laid
estate are hereby required lo present the same
to me properly verified, aa by law required, at
Roaeburg. Oregon, within six month from the
Dated this 16th day ol February, 1906.
U. n. DIM MICK,
Administrator ol the estate of John H Rogers,
In the County Court lor Iouglaa County, Ore
gon. In the matter ol the estate of John Mahlcy,
Notice la hereby given by the undersigned,
Carrie Mahley, administratrix of the eatate of
John Mab'ey, deceased, to the creditors of sai l
deceased t to exhibit their claims with the
necessary vouc hers, within tlx moths after the
first publication ol this notice to the said ad
mlnlstralrix at her residence at West Roaeburg
Dated March 20, 190V
Notice of Restoration of Public Lands to Set
tlement and Entry.
rKI ARTMKNT Off TUB ISTKRIOK, lien
eml l.uoil Office, Washington, D.O- Jan
uarys, Ma, Notice li hereby glvt ii thai on
December K, 1904, the Secretary ol the Interior
released troni withdrawal and restored to set
tlemonl the public lands in the lollowitiK de
scribed an-as which were temporarily with
drawn on IM :t, law, Inriitoposcil addition!
IOTbsB Cxewaxxg Koreat Reaerve; and that the
said public landi to relcaHed trom w ithdrawal
and rctorl to settlement on December Ii.
ISM. will become aubject to entry, tiling and
election at the United States 1-anii Offices or
the respective districts In whtcfl the restored
lands He, viz : at Oregon City and Koseburg,
Oregon, on May 1. pjo;. Townships Ave (:,), six
(6) and seven (T) South, Range tour 14) East, W.
M.; In Township eight (8) South, Range lour (4)
East, the west ball of Section two (2), Sections
three (:t) to ten (10), both inclusive, the aouth
hall and northwest ijiiarter ol Section eleven
111 the northwest ijuarler o! Section fourteen
(14). the north half and southwest quarter ol
.section fifteen (IS), Sections sixteen (lt) to
twenty (A)), both inclusive, the northwest
inarter of Section twenty one (21), the aouth
half and northwest quarter of Section twenty-
nine (), Sections thirty (SO) and thirty one (:tl)
and the west half of Section thirty-two XI); In
Tow nshlp nine c.i) South, Kauge four (4) East
Sections Ave (f). six (6), seven (7). thirteen (U)
and fourteen (11). the siiith half of Section fif
teen (IS). Sections alxteen (16) to thirty-six (36),
both Inclusive: In Township ten (10) South
Kauge lour (4) Kast, Sections one (1) to twenty
(20). both Inclusive, the south weal quarter ol
MUM twenty one fit), the northeast quarter
ol Section twenty two 22), Sections twenty-
three (SB), taenty-lour (21) and twenty-live -2S),
the north hall and southeast q u arier ol Section
twenty-aix (26). Sections twenty-nine (29) to
thirty-two (12). both Inclusive. Ihe aouth hall
and northwest quarter of Section thirty three
(33) the southwest quarter of Section thirty
tour (.14', the southeast quarter of Section thirty-five
SSi. Section thirty six (36), la Town
ship eleven (11) South Range lour (4) Kasl,
Sections lour (t) to nine -'-, both Inclusive,
Sections sixteen Ii- to twenty 21K both In
clusive, the north hall and southwest quarter
of Sectlou tWIlUjf m the west halt ol
Section twenty eight 2 , Sectiona twenty nine
( and thirty (30), In townahlp twelve (12)
south, range lour, 4, east: sections three, S,
10 thirty Ihiee. 3.1, both inclualve, ana sec
lions thirty-five SS. to lhlrty-.li, 36; all ID
the Oregon City lnd District: townships four
teen, 14, fifteen. IS. sixteen. 16. and even
teen, 17, aouth. range lour 4, east, W li..
Township twenty two 22 South. Range one
-1 West; In Township twenty three -t South
Range one 1- West, Sections one 1-to eleven
-1I-. both inclusive Sections fifteen -IS- to
twent-one -J1-. both inclusive, and Sections
tacnty-clght -28- to thirty. three both In
elusive: In Tow nahlp twenty lour -24- South
Kange one -1 West. Sectiona five S to nine 9-,
holt Inclusive, the west half ol Swtlon fo
leen -14-, Sections fifteen -IS- to twenty three
23-, both lncluaiie. and Sectiona twenty five
-2S- to thirty-six -J6-. both Inclusive; In Town
ship twenty five 2.V .South. Range one 1 West.
Sections one 1- to twenty three 2.. . both Inclu
slve. the north half ot sections twenty-four 2
! and twenty six 26 . Sectiona twriily-aeveu -27
to thirty-one. BV, bolh ituiualve: In Township
Ihiny 30- South. Range one 1- West Sections
one -1 . two 2 and thrse -3-. Sections five -S- to
twenty ttree r! . both inclusive, and Sectiona
twenty-seven 27 u thirty six -J6 . both Inclu
etve; In Township thirty-one -II Sooth. Range
one 1 Wt. Sections Ave six -6-. K ltn
and eight -8-. the southwest quarter ol Section
nine 9 . Section fifteen -UV to twenty -one 2
both Inclusive, and Sections twenty seven -27-
to if.irty.slx -36-. both Inclusive, ell In the
Koseburg Land District. J. H PUUUL
Approved. Actio I'omuilsaionrr
Acting Sccrtary of the Interior
In the Circuit Court ol the state of Oregon
for I 'us la County.
- E. Chamberlain, liovemor. F. ll
Dunlr. S rviary ot State and ( has. I
Moore. Treasurer, of the ritate of Ore
Sn, ciinaUtutinK the State Land
osrd tor the sal,- ol School and t"nl- i
West ty I.au Is and for the inteetxaeni t
of the funds arising therefrom
William Kurlons. James Fnii. ng and i
k II Xeyrra
To William F irlong and J ami - Furlongabovc
nam. ! defendant -
In the name of the State of Oregon, you and
each of you are hereby required to appear and
answer the orepla:nt In the eSovc entitled
suit on or aetata May li. 19 5, and II yon lall
so lo apneau or answer plaintl'- s complaint aa
alon said, for want thereof pi- iiifi- will app'y
to tiie court lor the relief dtitanlr In sail
complaint, to-wli For the iorerloeare ot a
certain mortgage executed by defendant Will
i an Furlong. April ii. ll in favor of plaintiff
to secure the payment of a promissory note for
the sum of ttV) with interest thereoc upon
ahich tberv . now due sod owing to pialuUff
Ihe sum of t-'C n.ih interest thereon from May
iS. Pat.: at thi rate of tlx per cent per annum
and which mortgage conveyed lo plaintiff for
that parpw. the following described real prop
erty to-wlt: the east hall ol the nnrthaest
quarter and the west half of the northeast
quarter of section 12 In township a south of
ranges west Willamette Meridan In Dmglas
county. Oregon, containing IdO acres more or
A. 'o f..r a judgment agalLst the defendant
William Fork ng for the am -unt due upen aa'd
promlaaar) note, for fhe repayment the sum
of 7 6 when plaintiff has been compelled to
pay aa taxes assessed against aald mortgaged
premises, for urb attorney fees as the court
shall adjudge reasonable, for plaintiff s costs
and disbursement herein and lor such other
relief as Is prayed for In aald complaint and aa
tbe court may adjudge meet and equitable
This summons Is published by order of tbe
Hon J W. Hamilt u. Juagr ol said court
which order Is dated starch Snd 1905 and the
time prescribed In said order of publication la
one s week for six week preceding the 12th
dsy ol May l5 and the date of the first pnhll
cation of this tumorous is March It., 19.
F. W BENSON.
Attorney lor Plaintiff.
You Will Be Satisfied
WITH YOUR JOURNEY
II your Hi kel n ail over the Denver
ami Kio i.rande Railroad, the
So nic Line of the World"
There an so many scenic attraction
and points of Interest along the line
Is twi i n Ogden and Denver that the
trip never Isecomcs tiresome.
II you are going East, write for lallliaulloa
and get a pretty hook that will tell you
all about it.
W. C. McBRIDE, Gen. Agt.
114 Third St.
WANTKD. Capable men and women
for census work ami to act as represen
tatives in this and adjoining territory
for magazine and music business of old
Kstablished House. Our catalogue list
over 3,000 magazines and 5,000 selec
tion of music at cut prices. Salary 1 18
per week. Experience unnecessary,
but good references required. Address
s Prague Wholesale Co., 270 Wabash
a v nne, Chicago, III. f6tf
The Finest in Ihe County
to Be Had at the :
For Letter Heads, Kill Heads, Statements,
Knvelojiea, Wedding Stationery, Pewters, l.ngal
Blank, Briefs, in fact anything in the Printing
line, give us a call.
Steam Cleaning-Pressing Parlors.
Our new steam cleaning ami repairing; 1
parlors are now in operation. A dab
of forty at $1.50 jser month is already;
secured atxl room for more. Single !
suitx steamed cleaned and pressed from
$1 up to 2 50. As steam cleaning ie
Ihe reliahle process there is no donht
that the ieople of Koseburg and vicinity I
will appreciate the ame and patronize '
BUtlicii :i . Iv to siipMrt the enterprise
Lstdiee wool akirta also steam cleaned
Next door to MeDoogsVl'l Tailor Shop.
L. I) IIarvev, Proprietor.
Title Guarantee & Loan Co.
H AM II. TOM ,
Secy, and Trees
Office In ihe t ourt House. Have the only com
piete set ol abstract books In Douglas County
Abstracts and Certificate of Title furntahtdof
Douglas county land and mining claims. Have
also a complete swt ol Tracings of all township
Plata In the Roaeburg, Oregon. 0. 8. Land Dis
trie t WL1 make blue print copies of any town
Osteopathy is a specific for female
disorders or nervousness.
A fine line of New and Second
Hand Goo at Bed Rock
Prices". Harness making and re
pairing our sjsecialty.
A. D. BRADLEY
THE PLACE TO CET BARGAINS
I, J, Norman & Co.
S tit RHUS SI. NEAR Dt POT
hen in town and don't know where
to eat, ask your friend and they will
direct you to
CASS ST. NEAR DEPOT
Guarantee to cure any case of stam
mering or stuttering. Cures are
permanent and terms reasonable.
Pupils on leaving school talk oer
feclly natural as though they had
never stammered ::::::
SCHOOL FOR STAMMERERS
150 ELEVENTH ST. PORTLAND. ORE.
R. E. MASON
Am prepared to raise and put new
foundations under old buildings, as
well as do general carpenter work.
Residence, Wait's addition, Roeeburg
Ceuaty Treasurer' i Notice
Notice is hereby given that all parties
holding county warrants endorsed prior
to, and including, March li, 15I03, are re
quested to present the same to the coun
ty treasurer as interest will cease there
on after the date of this notice.
Datesl Roeeburg, Oreg., Mar. 15, r.j5.
(i. W. Ill si MICK,
City Trrajurtr s Notice.
I Notice is hereby given that all parties
holding city warrants endor id prior to
I Sept. 10, litftt, are rjU-eted to r cut
the same to the city treasurer for pay
ment, as interest will cease lln rena af
ter the date of this notice.
I Mtcsi tl'ssel.urg, Ore.. Marc!, 7, IMS.
if. ('. Si im Fat,
Citv fici-ui. r.
IS DESCRIBED IN
Has a finely illistrated article on
the Oreet Centennial just
the thing to send eatt.
Manv news articles, some good
short stories, clever verse and
Vigorous work by entertaining
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P. O. Bos 4oat
CHICOPEE FALLS, MASSL, V. S. A.
FOR, ACTIVE BRAINS
your liver moat be right, yonr
stomach in a healthy oondltion and
your kidneys properly performing
their peculiar functions, or your
botly won't stand the strain and
your brain won't be active. If yon
would have a clear head and keen
perception, get a box of
T?St thtArn nii.l nut Kr.t aW
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more alive yon will be.
THKY CLARIFY TNt SKIN
AND PURIFY TNI BLOOD.
They are sure and positive
Dure for a. 1 1 ni...... .
Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and
Bowels, Headache, Indiges
tion, Nervousnes, Constipa
tion, Biliousness, Pimples,
Blotches and all Skin Impurities.
For Sal By All Druggists
Oo. and 26c. par Box.
NOW ON DRAUGHT
PUT UP IN BOTTLES FOR
ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
Dr. H. L. Studley the Osteopathic
Physician cores acute and chronic
diseases, corrects deformaties and
removes foreign growths. Consoltion
free I'hone or call for appointment.
I in Abraham rlnildin. tf
In tb Circuit Court of the Stale of Orrrron lor
K k aojuh-:m plaintiff
cort:c K Moiitllfa,
Notlit Is hcnrljjr Ktven that bf virtue of an
cxerntinn lulj Issued out of the above named
Orurt and cause, on tbe 2ui Amy of March
mt, upon a judgmi-nt and 4e ree 'l iljr r- n keSSsfl
and cnten-1 In aald eon. I and cause on the luth
dsjof February, 190.' In favor of the above named
plaliiUfT E. K. rpoonhelm and aaralnst the
above Dime de endant E Monteltii
lor the sum Eight; two and 36-100 dollar. KlJf.
with latere! tbercoD at the rate ol 12 per cent
per annum from the 10th day of Feb, 196. and
the further sum of Twcntj-one dolls'. Stl QO
costs and disbursements and '.he eot of
and upon this writ of execution, command
Ins me to make sale of the following detnrsd
i The southeast (EV of section . Tp 12 6 of
Kana-e 1 west of Willamette Mend. an In Done
las county, oresjon. attached in said action on
the 13th day of December. 1904
Now therefore In compliance with the com
mands of sa'd w rit, I will on
Tuesday the nth day ot April. 1OO5
st o' o cloca p. m. of said dav. at the cot
house front door, in Koaebura. lKoa;las County.
Oregon, veil at pcbl:c auction, subject to re
demption to the hlxhtst bidder, fir Intud
Stau . gold Coin. ash in hand, the above desv
, crlbed real property, and all Hie rah:. titU and
Interest the said defendant had therein oo the
I date ol said attach xtnt. V.w:t. the litis day ol
Isece m ber 1904 o-since ha. had ther.-tn And
; will apply the proceed, o! :cn aaie. first
, to the pajreczt .1 MM crwu ol thu aale. see
; oa1 to the payment of ire costs atl .Jisburse-
astnts herein aaed at Ten:; -oate dollars, til.
and 'o the payment of the son of tc3t.
due the pl.tntiS art ta interest hereon at 'he
rate of II per cent per asnur.: Ima the Klh
. day of F. traary. MOo. and Ihe :vrrplus if an;
there be pay over to the dele -via at or who
mever is rightfully entil ed to it as bj order of
said court in said exe-ntton to me directed.
commanding me to sell the above described
I real pnspert) in the man: er providrd by law.
1 Is led this loth day ol March.! x
. au alo H. T -TI 'lllrl
sr r-.fT of Ir.cgli C. uatj . Oren
In the trv-oll Court ol the
t.r Douglas loamy.
All Walker. '
1 G. G. trrah.m
I te ot Oregon
Ton if MraS
r.s : !
In ihe mar of the state of
Oregon. you are
hereby required to appear arid answer the cosa
plaint in the above awM led aetioo on or before
May U lsVfe and if yon ts:i so t answer the
: plninuff w:li take . u lgnvn: against yoa as
prayed lor in h: complaint, to-w.t ; for tbe sunt
, ol vi 00 with interest thereon from January I?
, 14 a: the rate of six per cent per ana-.m and
the rasa ot 1104 i: with interest, -hereon float
September lstst a: the rate of six per cent per
annum, and for plaintld's costs and disburse
ments berem. ai.d lag as order of aale of the
following described real property, to-wit: the
, southwest juarur.'f seetun la township l
, south of Kasge West. tfj Mer. in IVwjg' .
C.mnty Jregon. rontataiag 160 area.
This summon is BXttd 1
j . W. Baatilton. ;utge o j
der 1 dated starch H 1 aastl .. aVaag yr
scr.b. 1 In saidj order lor ; s ag once
' we. k f r six w cks Sgwggs I. g h I A .'ay f
; May !"., a: d he .fate of as I rsl ;. u' ' . -ati o
ol this summons is March hWAV
woowot k a bar; i .n.i r n sjoaox
I laiutiff's Ailorrey.
Notice of Publicatio n.
Coiled Sis let Lai d Omce.
Bosabarg. Oregon. Oct. at, 1104.
Samuel H. Knight and j. B. Foreman having
I filed at tht offlee their corrowmteit rrvtcsi
: against the allowance sst liases' appl-cstion
asj9s for lots 4. 5 II and IS. see. ga.rla
j made by Charles Maw ui-ou s . nf
! was snbmitusi at thi paaee on s. ptemtr -J.
I 1304. and suspended by re at n of aW protest, a
hearing Is hereby or r .1 The mineral
j character of the land is si xo t s 'hi pews. it.
ant an it 1 lor the satrpi si , deM mining
tbe character of the tr. Isst u-'e.! la Ipse said
entry that tee -in -
Tail tea' ioi : m th ear if! ! tak. n tfore
tbe atagisi- r r.n-1 Kc e tet of thi. off .e on
March H is, a he pa ties
innieii-' aesgxw u m net n piart
he said I:. sst un I pswee I , , ftY xasBsssal in
a. pport at thei- ras,v nvo claims
J K. BOOTH,
Si J Receiver,
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iK M BLOWN,
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Telepboo No. !i
M. CaaWFOitD a J. O. Watson
Attorneys at Law,
Kon rci 1 A t. Bank Balldg., ROgMBOfte, UK.
saw) B . sineea before the U 8 Land Ossee sad
BilnTng casea a aped ally.
j c. h;llerto
A ttorney-at- Law .
Wll' practice In all tbe Htate and fsstera: Conrls
Offlc in Mark Blda . hVsseborg. Oregon
E W BHNSON,
gUCHANAN 4 GRKNINGER
J. A. Brcnstrsw I. L. GazsTiMata
Rooms 1 and 2
Marsiers Building KOs-EBt'Ei. OHEMJN
,JAS E. Sawyers
Room K, Upeuire, boaglae Co. Bk. Bid
N. A. FOSTER & CO.,
Of every dearrivtion. Farms and Min
; rral land. Oreeon, Waahinfton aad
rja OAK LAND. ORBGOM
DR. F. W. HUNT
OAKLAND, . : 0REG0M
i ii. Little,
Abtrtract of Title to Deeded Land.
Papers prepared for filing ot GoTerav
Bine Prints of Township Maps shoving
all vacant Lands.
Flans and Estimates far all BtaiM-
Special designs for Office Fixtures
ce in new Bank Bailding. 'Pbogse 41S
"ft;:-e Foi Publication.
tale Land OtBce.
awbw i -egoo Dee 12. rsM
Notice is terer-y x". err. taat ta aosa ptaasssa
with the preeialcna or t. e aat ag Coaxgrwaa af
lane 5. 'ST, enmled 'it get (eg the sale wt
Ujnber Ian is in the .'.- of Calliorasa. Oiagiaa
Nevada an J a aahlngtoi. far rlloxy." seaaessxV
ai to all taw pa hits land state, st aat ag AsMBS
DAVID M PARBT
.i' Ro ebrrg. ciMinty o Doagtas. state of
orvgs n has this day filed la llilg isSnii kl
sworn siacmeat No. MS lor the pare has eg
the 5SWI4 ,.: s,..- 4. Trfj, E I west
aad will offer proof to shew t at the I
la more valuaMe tor tt tirxber of
for axhci.i:aral ra-rxses. and to
el at 3 before the Rrrster and sta.eX.wr eg
exrsce or i oxeourg.iirecon.
on raetstay the Tth day a March, tfgk. He
nsm.sas wiimsaes' Bernard slrakenberger
ci i Ha-c. io-re Bate man ol RoeetMlrg Ore
gon, a id 1-a e Knaels -i feel. Oregox.
A:iy snd a 1 persons c'aimlng adverse! v the
arv'v, describe.: tan is are requested to lie "their
c aiirg in this . Bice on r lelore said Tih tfaj
eg ls-rh lrj J T BKIDOIIS,
St w berry Mint for Sale. Ficl
Stor twad Wilson st.aalwrry plaatf, .")
etits i. r hundred, or 12.50 per lOOtt
f. o b Address J. H. Yonoce, Dillanl.
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