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FARMERS' REAL ESTATE CO.
OFFICE OPPOSITE RICE RICE, CASS STREET j!
e bave some exceptionally r me rarms, d
y ' . r-k n t i t . 1 11 r
uy rrojeriy ana 1 iiuoer tanas 111 large aiia suiau a
tracts for sale. 1
Best companies represented Town and Coun
try property insured.
FIRE ARMS OF
ALL THE WORLD
Collection of Lee S. Wright of Port
land, A Former Rose
I Will 1!
Ill B BUM I jj j
Write for price
Anyone wishing to sell
do so by listing it with us.
of Farms and City Property.
D. R. SHAM BROOK, President
N. F. THRONE, Secretary
We will tag and displaj- any Grain or Produce
to our office.
1 1 HI 1 DOU I f HAPPY
Sunday Jane 18th, the Portland Jour
nal devoted nearly a full page to pictures
and a descriptive article of Lee S.
Wright, and his collection of rare fire
arms. Mr. Wright is a brother of W.
T. Wright and Mrs. D. S. Weat of Kose-
burg and ia well and favorably known
here. The Journal aaid :
From the odd corners of the globe
during the last 15 years a Portland
letter-carrier has gathered a collection
of small arms and other weapon which
is undoubtly one of the most remark
able of its kind in existence. The col
lector is Lee S. Wright, carrier So 3,
in the local postoffice, and the collec
tion, of which he ia justly proud, oc
cupies numerious walls and shelves at
his home in this city.
Mr. Wright began his collection in
1890, and since then, with the aid ot
rare good luck and of friends who have
made lrequent trips abroad, he has
pushed the search that has been so well
rewarded. There ia hardly a country,
people or age but has in some way con
tributed to the fulfillment of his de
sires, and a visit to his home, where his
Three hundred years is the estimat-d
are of a Korean pistol in the collection.
It is 20 inches in length and whh tired
by a slow-burning hire, with a match
lock. The name of the original owner
is inscribed in silver on top ol the bar
rel. The collection has a Klohert pistol
lrouglit from Manila and presented by
Dr. Sanford Whiting
A pair of curious Japanese pistols al
ways attract the attention of persons
examining the collection. They were
secured by Dr. J. Hunter Wells while
touring Japan. One is an engraded cap-and-ball
pistol while the other is brass,
using blanx primed shells, central tire,
and is loaded by hand as a mu..:. -loading
gun. Both have attach ments with
which they may be earned ou the per
son without the use of a holster.
A small ffcatibf single shot pistol
in the collection is reminiscent of the
great hood at Heppner. Oregon, June 14,
1903. After the water had BUbsiiled
the ervolver was found. It has never
been learned who owned the tiny weap
on or what part, if auy it played in the
E. E. Drake, manager of the V. II. C.
company of San Trancisco, contributed
to the collection a verv small cartridge
pistol of the single shot variety. It has
a silver handle and weighs oue and three
quarters ounces. It is one of the
smallest weapons in existence.
A Colt.s dragon 45 calibre revolver,
which is said to have been used in the
Mexican war, is a part of the collection.
With the weapon a man by the name
ISarnum committed suicide la years ago
FARE TO LEWIS
AND CLARK FAIR
During the 1 ewis and Clark Exposi
tion the Southern I 'at i tic Company will
sell round trip tickets to Portland, limit
thirty days, at one mi one-third fare for
the round trip. For parties of ten or
more traveling on one ticket, one fare
for the round trip. For organized par
ties of one hundred or more, individual
tickets at one fare for round trip.
Stopover of ten days will be given at
Portland on all one way tickets reading
brough that point during the Exposi
tion. Tickets must lie deposited with
Joint Agent at Portland and charge of
fifty cents will be made for extension of
In the c,,unty Court (or Douglas County,
In the matter of the estate of Adolpb C.
Murk -. rlcreaat-d.
Noliee ' heretiy given ly the underlgne1,
CI on Mark, the duly appointed, qualified and
acting administratrix of the estate ol Adolpb
('. Marks, deceased, to the creditor of aald de-
eeaed, to exhibit their claim with the nerea
aary youchera. within al x months attar the tint
publication ol thla notice to the aald admlnia
tratrlx at Roeeburg. Oregon.
Dated May 1905.
Town Lots For Sale
Choice building lots in Kinney's im
proved plat of Koseburg. near Main
street, good title. Price (50 per lot.
Address, N. A. Riciiakds. tf
Cost to Visit the Fair.
A five day and ten dav visit to the Ex-
poaritioa at Portland, to include all ex
penses, and see everything to be seen,
can lie made for $15.00. Hound trip rail
road fare from Koseburg, $4 00 total
121.00; ten day visit, 15.00 K. R. fare
fb.OO total $31. Full information may
be obtained on application at South
Pacific Ticket Office, Koseburg. M
In the Circuit Conrt ol the atale ol Oregon
lor the County ol Douglas.
All Walker. I-lalnUS
j WHEN YOU COME TO PORTLAND j
. Make your plans to stop at a home-like hostelry; a place
where yon will be shown every courtesy and treated as you would j
he in your own home, town or city.
The Forestry Inn
Is such a place, and it stands within one block of the Ex
position Entrance, on 25th Street facing Upshur. THE FORESTRY
INN is constructed on the log cabin style: furnishings, cuisine,
and management conform thereto. It has 150 large commodious
rooms, all opening on broad, cool verandas; with electric lights;
hot and cold water and free baths. From the roof a view is had
of the Exposition grounds, the city and surrounding country.
Car service direct to all parts of the city. European plan. Din
ing service a la carte and as reasonable as in any part af the city.
Price of Rooms, $1.00 and $1.50
Special Rates to Parties of two or more
MEALS A LA CARTE
THE FORESTRY INN, Inc.
ftt Oui mhv hi .tnl A n int imm fan rr
. 'V - -jou-ue,, of the collation. lrom
irom me present through the historic
past to the time of primeval man.
In prosecuting his search for ancient
and peculiar weapons, Mr. Wright has !
forsaken the paths of conventional relic- j
seekers and sought out a way of his own.
Tbe result is that many rare specimens I
hare been brought to light which would
otherwise not have been obtained. His
extensive acquaintanceship aa a letter-'
carrier has done no little toward assist
ing him in bis work.
"Pistol cnllM-tina ia viwia than i n !
or stamp collecting," he said. "For
when once arm collecting has a hold on
one, there ia no hope of a cure. Occa
sionally stamp or coin fiend 'gets wire'
to himself and finds his work too labo
rious or having too little recompense.
a historical point
I ia an old revolver called the WelN-Kargo
I Colt's. It was used in the early days
j by messengers of that company when
j "road agents'' extremely busy and hold
' ups frequent. It is said to have guard d
Another weapon of historical value is
a Colt's revolver captured by a coaled
erate lieuteuant at the battle ol Misoiot -ary
Ridge, November l!5, ISty. ft was
captured by A. VY Miller, A company.
In the Circuit Court ot tie State ol Oregon,
1st the county of Daaglaa,
a. E. Chaintwrlaiu. (iovernor. P I 1
Ponbr. Secretary of agate, mm4 has S.
Min.rv. I n aaurer ol the stale ol Oregon,
and eontti luting the rtta'e Laud K..ar.i
(or th- al- or School and I'nlverMiy 1
Mode 'I lor toe imr.tmelil ol the ,
lutidn ansiug the rclroiu.
P. T. Vciiee K:anc. i M (iee. hi.
wile. Murpej t. rant A. laanaay, K. L ,
1 Sablu ai,d C L Let m 1, Truster.
Notice i hereto given that
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STABLES CORNER WASHINGTON & ROSE STS., ROSEBURC. PHONE 661
by Tirtue ol an
lo ut..iu and order ol .ale duly issued out ol
the aUi.c named court nd cause, on the th
Jay ol lube, 115 un,n a Judgment ud de
cree du y mi lev I and en:-red In said court on
the nd daol June MB by toiecUwure ol a mort
ajaaje in Eavoc ol the above mmnl tdaiuilfj- and
acamat the at.oe uarai-l delenlauts and I
ira tl.t th h..-.. n.it., ll I '
Thirteenth Ohio infantry, and was pre- - --. i , , , .. nM
j with balajesal Iktecoa at the rate ol per cent
i er annum I ou he as nd al 4 -r- !., .
and the further -urn al lt; altawoajs baa and'
P. C. MATTOX, Manager, or
25th and Upshur Sts.
H, M. FARTHER.
aented to the letter-carrit r's rolleclioo
I by General O. Summers of this city.
WhenJ. H. Iappeue, who is I'ort-
land's liret chief of police, hx k the office
be carried a lar- Colt's revolver. He
brought the weapon to ) eon from
! another sta'e and carried it (or many
1 years. It is now a part of tbe right
When Jam -s Terwilliter, one of Ore
gon's pioneers, came to this state from ,
Illinois in 1S45 he 'r0ught with him a :
: heavy Colt's revolver, which remained
i in his family for many years. It was
: presented to the collection by Jame- P.
I Moflet, a son in-law of the pioneer,
i There are also four patterns ot the old
lour soot pistol ol l.toi pattern with an
: automatic tiring pin attached to the
j Among numbers of other interesting
j relics are the following rex ulcers : l ull
i ed States army pistols of the patterns of
; 1803, any liiSti ; one has two trigger!
one for revolving and the other lor iire
; ing. A flintlock changed to cap and ball
; that was taken from the F rench hark
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but with an arm collector it is never the
case. I have never known one to quit
after beginning he goea on forever,
looking for strange, peculiar weapons."
In the way of blades, Mr. Wright's
collection presents even as greet a va
riety aa in the way of weapons. I'nlike
tbe firearms, there is no distinct divid
ing Line by which to measure the pro
gress in their manufacture. Gold, silver,
precious stones and rare woods bave
been used in various way i, while there
ia also great ingenuity in devising
strange and complex mechanisms.
In Mr. Wright's collection there are
almost every kind of dagger, lirk and
knife, from the delicate Italian Poniard
to the nolo of tbe Pbilipino. He has
swords that did gallant service in the
Mexican and civil wan, and another
t nf . L - 11 A: l &
. ' L I Henrietta which sank in Astoria haroor
" "J on Christmas
Revolutionary sword that was used in
the days of 76.
Side by aide in the collection, with'
histories aa varied aa they possibly
could be, are a Korean bow and arrows,
used in tbe last Korean war, and an old i
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F F. pattern,
Hudson's bay tomahawk pipe. There is
a Cuban machete that was picked up at
San Jauan hill August 15, 1898, by an
American volunteer. There ia a bead
hunter's axe from tbe Philippine islands,
and tbe famous wavy blade poison kris.
Tbe collection includes an Italian Mafia
knife, double-edged, that was made to
be held in the hand like a cork-acre w.
In the collection are weapons of every
conceivable shape and make. There is
a pair ot tiny revolvers leas than two
inches in length and a quarter of an
ounce in weight, while there are also
huge ancient weapons that in size ot
projectiles exceed many modern cannons.
A detailed account of each of the 165 i
peculiar weapons forming tbe collection
would be impossible. One of tbe queer
est, and from the standpoint of histori
cal interest, one of the moat valuable is
an Arabian blunderbuss, with a fliut
lock and very old. It ia still in fine con
dition and has a barrel well suited for
booting rocks aa well aa bullets. In
deed almost any projectile could easily
be put in the barrel.
Another blunderbuss in the collection
is an English brass-barrel. pistol. There
is a bayonet attached which folds under
tbe barrel and when released by pulling
tbe trigger-guard ia thrown into posi
tion by a spring. As nearly aa can be
acertained this pistol is over 160 years
There ia another Arabian weapon in
tbe collection that undoubtedly has an
interesting history. It is of the pattern
shown in the famous paintings of the
"Slave Market." Tbe handle ia of in
laid silver which at one time was
covered with valuable jewels.
There is also an English oval, or bell-
muzzle, pistol of the blunderbuss
It also has a bayonet folding
under tbe barrel. Belgium is repre
sented in the collection by a pocket
knife cap-aiid ball pistol. It ia a freak
in any collection and likely baa few
duplicates in the world. The barrel is
on the back of the knife, while there is
a cork screw for a trigger. The knife
blade attached ia over four inches in
t here is an English flint-lock pistol
that was brought from Scotland and
presented to Mr. Wright for bis collec
tion by Mr. Robert Livingston. Tbe
pistol is very old. It ia double-barreled
and one hammer flies both barrels either
together or separately, aa desired.
What is known aa tbe "understriker"
is a novelty in pistols. It has a ham
mer underneath the baarel, arranged so
that there will be no abstraction to tbe
view in sighting along the barrel. An
other novelty is an old English revolver
that has a hole in the hammer through
which to eight. It is finely engraved,
and in its day must have been an ex
A pair of dueling pistols in the collec
tion waa made in Tyrol Swiiierland. A
double-barrel dagger pistol ia said to
have been tbe means by which a man
was killed, for which tbe murderer waa
hanged. A peculiar specium is what
is called the "knuckle pistol " It is
22-calibre and bolda six cartridges in its
roam her. lesides its use aa a revolver
k can also be used aa braes knocks.
Mini .ii ; Xj pai l luf mum n,l t , nan
.ll'tiiirai.T.etita. N.w rt. rr l.r. i til ud
Saturday, the Sth dy of July, IO05
Sasn 4BWaw i in ol ait .lay at the murt
bnuw- Eaaaw ilia.r tu ki-biirt, Ikmgla county.
"r- -n aMlBeaweaajwa at aajthwa auction to
Ike lalaaaaa, Mwtar, tut i-aan in b n :. all the
rtabt. t ilr an.! tutrrr.i wtttrh the id de rti.l
aula r ritlu r ol them bad on ibe JSUi .lay ol
October ne oral any lime tharealtrr lu or U
the iohoattua dtatrlb J rial properly la-Wat
Tbe frjutheaat vi.r .er ol cclt.n obe. except
a certain panl -Mao 1 here'ol.ire aold to i W
Brewer, tbe deed or which la r, corded in Vol.
U, p(" fJt ed iievti o l.u.m county. Ores on
i otauiiin( ii acres: TLr aouib ha.t ol tbe
outbweat qua Her and tiortliweax quarter ol
aoutbwea qua- ter ol aecttoo oi.e ; that portion
I Ibe tiortheaat quailer ol aout&weat quattcr
enwtalwtaf awaeaaa, aaX ttat portion ol the
at'Uibweat quarter mI iifrlliweat quarter, coa
tainlui is acrea in act I oo one. lying aouth ol
!!..- lo.otalu- line, to a-it. comncuclnc al
point iu laud aecti ti. ::. nl
up . u .-n't. i- v i i irvm me
ball m'.lr oroer betweeu aecttooa oje an ! two 1
in aaid loanah p an l ranee, theaee N so dc
Maa It winuti K MM ie-t Uten.-e .- M de(rvea
JU miuutea, t f I eel to a II. tree i leet in dlam
eur. thence t aaSJMai 3U mtuuua. K MM feet
alao b acrea In the aoatbtat-at coiner ol
Ibe ulbweal quarter ol the uorlh
eat suarter ol aecdon on, alao tbe
auihe.-t quarter of aeclton two. tbe aouthraai
waiwaTOi the nrtlieat tarter, the n rib
eat quarter ol the '.or heat! quarter aad tbe
; aouthaeat halt ol the uortbeaat quarter ol Ibr
; noitbeaat quarte r tl aecUou .'. A.ao tbe norta
bail ol noribeaat quarter abd the north ball
lai tbe rioribweal quarter ol vci.on II and
UM no-Ui hail o! the br.beaat quarter atcti n
II all in township o ith Si ranKe i weat In
IMnelta i-oanty, oreeoa. and ronuatnins la the
acjtrecate HI acre more or leas, and wlil apply
the priTecds ol .ucb -ale Bret to the pajm.nt ol
, the c uti til aaid aaie and the coals and dbv
buiaenienu ol aa.l lorevlowirv amoumins to
I." 1- and tbe turn ol Sl aitorneya fee and
thesuia ol SMiO due plaintiffs wi h Interest
thereon at tbe rate ol per cent p. r annrm
1MB Uas -id da . of March 11'.. and the wn ol
, . , . ' vn pwiu v.ii:n di, mil. I 11 mi
was brought across tbe p ains in lvj . '.
a-v : r t remain, alter appiylnc the iTocxedn ol
by Mr. Wright's father and the other u ie. that 1 will apply the aanie in aatia
was brought into tbe west be a pioneer lacUon ol the hen ol Murphy lirant I'd,
10 years previous. j named dclendanl. which Is tor toe turn
u- c. , ... . a mm ii a a a i ! T3 (S with in teres! thereon at the rate ol
W. Stokes Kirk of Philadelphia mtwmmmrmmmm fr(im awjw-h. Mt,
tributed to Mr. W right's collection an mnd the OTerp:u. 1; any there be. I wiU pay to
interesting relic in the form of an old re- j the cltrk ol this court aa by order of aaid court
matino. volcanic niatnl r.f ih nt!n i " execution to me directed and delivered i
from which the Henry and Winchester
rifles were patterned. Mr. Kirk is aaid
G 0 Uraham, drfendan
Notice la hereby given that by virtue ol an
execution duly laaued out ol and under Iheaeal
ol the above named court and cause on tbe std
day ol June, 1906, upon a Judgment and decree
duly rendered aad entered to aaid coortaud
cauae. on the 17ih day ol May, 1W6, In lavor o'
All alxer and agalnat aald U U Uraham. lor
the um ol one hundred ninely-olghl dollars
and lorty cent (llialiu) with lntareat thereon
al the rate ol 6 per cent per annu al Irom th
17th day ol May. 19u5, and the further anm ol
twenty-one dol'ar and seventy-five cents
(til " 5) costs and disbursements and the coat
ol and upon thl-writ of execution, command
ieg m- to make sale ol the lollowlug deacrlbed
The southwest quarter al section 32 in town
ship 19 south ol range 8 weat, Willamette
meridian. In Douglas connty Oregon, contain
ing 160 acres, attached In aaid action on tbe 7th
day ol Sepu-mU r, 1904. Now therefore In com
pliance with the commands ot aald writ, 1 will
Saturday tbe 8th day of July, iOj
at 1 o chsrk p. m. at the trout door ol tbe Coun
l Court house, lu the city ol Roaebjrg. In
IKiug'aa county, State ol Oregon, sell at pub ic
auction, subject to redemption, to tbe hlhet
b dder. for Tutted H latcs gold coin i aab in
hat:.! all the right, title and lotereat the aald
delt-ndant bad th. rem on the date ol said at
lai-luut-ni, Lswfs: lh7thday ol September,
IHt, or since has had therein to satisfy sai l
w rit of execution and all accruing coats.
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of tbe double-barrel cap and ball pistol,
similar to the old style shotguns, one
from Belgium, another from Bavaria
and tbe other from a place that is not
known. Su shot Belgium pistols, simi
lar to the present double action re
volver. French pin fire tip-up double
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Bnatneaa be tore ihs C 8 LaadOBcean'
aualag eaawa a a?
to bave one of the most valuable collec
tions of firearms in existence.
Tbe collection is composed of weapons
of all ages and of every conceivable
make and design. Mr. Wright is en
thusiastic in the work of collecting and
one of bia favorite exhibitions is a 17th
century Japanese matchlock gun of .4o
calibre. The barrel ia covered with
sheet brass, saw toothed and fitted to
gether in sections. It has a curiously
shaped stock and was made to shoot
from the.hip instead of from the shoul
der, aa present day arms are made. The j
weapon went its way through the wild - r c
. as. . ot ice tu
vriuee ui uuau vuina aim waa purcnaseu
by a tea merchant in Hong Kong. It
was presented by him to Kd Lowell,
aaleaman for Wadhama fc Co. of this
city. Mr. Lowell, in turn, presented it
to Mr. Wright.
Among the other interesting weapons
A Korean matchlock gun brought
from Korea especially for this collection
by Dr. J. Hunter Wells, w ho is now a
physician at the Presbyterian minion
at Pingyang, Korea. The weapon is
aaid to be over 200 years old .
A fine pair of old English double bar
reled pistols in a mahogany Case. They
areequipped with bullet molds for inak
ing one-ounce balls, powder-dash and
other articles necessary in those times.
The equipment is complete.
A peculiar Colt's ur shot horse pis
tol with an unusually curious cylinder,
which was presented by A. Ilelovage.
rommaniling me to aell above describes re
property in Ibe manner provided bj law.
Iatcd tbu 6U day ol June IMS. .
H T. McCLALLIN
Sheriff ol Douglas county , Oregon
Cattle Ranch for Sale
3 J0 acres on Seven-Mile Creek about
; five miles southwest fromKort Klamath,
'Oregcn. All fenced, house, large barn
ample water supply, will cut about
, eighty tons wild hay. Addrees, with
P. O Box 933.
tf 1 acuta, Wash.
I J C. 7TJLLKRT0M
WQ practice In all the Stat) aad Facleral Conn.
Ottos la Marks' Bids , goaarsnrg. Oregon
DR. F. W. HUNT
OAKLAND. : : OREGON
FRANK E. ALLEY
j NotiT la hereby given that the undersigned,
administrator nl the estate n( Timothy Croaa-
man. deceases, baa Sled In the County Court
( 1 uglaa County, Oregon, his final account
aaauc i administrator ol aald estate and ttiat
Wednesday, the 2Mb day ol June. i'-. at the
hourol ten o'clock a. m. has been Sxed bj the
said court as the time lor hearing ol objections
to aald report, and the actllement thereol.
J. A Bl'CHANAN,
Administrator ot the eatale ol Timothv Croas
man deceased. m2yjts
In the Circuit Court ol the State ol Oregon lor
the count ol Ikmglaa.
Wllllaai Warner, 1
MRS. H. E ASTON
is prepared to wait anon old
and new customers ana friends
with a full and complete
All fresh and of the very beat
quality. Teas aad coffees are
specialties, iour patronage
aos Jackaon St
J. Q. Johnson. Jr.
Notl?e Is hereby given that by virtue ol an ;
cxe ulien duly Issued out ol tue above named
Court and Cause on the Xlth day ol May, 1W6.
upon Judgment and decreo duly rendered j
and entered In said Court and Cauae on the Utih
day ol May, I in lav.ir ol the above named I
plaintiff, William Warner, and agalnat th
above uametl Kelendant. J. O. Johnson, Jr , lor
the sum ol fSIl AO. with Interest thereon at the
rateol 10 per rent per annum irom me win
day ol May, l " and the lurthcr sum ol (CM OO
eoals and diabursimenta, and tbe coats nl and
upon th s writ and execution, commanding me
to make sale ol the lo'lowlng described prem
Tbe north wot quarter ol section H, town
ship south, range 4 w-at ol the Willamette
Meridian, containing 160 acre l land In Doug
las County, Oregon, attached In aald action on
tbe lat day ol May. Its-.
Now therefore In compliance with the com
mand ol aald writ, I will on
Saturday the 1st day ot July, ioOS.
at 1 o'clock p. in., at the Irout dnorol the Coun
ty Court Houae, In the city of Roseburg, In
Dooglna County, State ol Oregon, aell at public
auction, subject to redemption, to the highest
bidder, for United State Gold Colo, caah In
hand, the above described real property, and
all the right, tlUe and Interval, tbe aald de
fendant had therein on the date ol aaid attach
ment, to-wlt: tbe tint day of May, 1906, or
since, has had therein to satlaly aald wrltot
1 execution and all accruing costs.
(Jl)' sheriff of DougUti County, Oregon.
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