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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1905)
FARMERS' REAL ESTATE CO.
OFFICE OPPOSITE RICE a RICE, CASS STREET J
We have some Exceptionally Fine Farms,
City Property and Timberlands in large and small
tracts for sale.
Best companies represented Town and Coun
try property insured.
I Ml SI
m ui i e
their property can
Write for price list
Anyone wishing to sell
do so by listing it with us.
of Farms and City Property.
D. R. SHAMBROOK, President
N. F. THRONE, Secretary
We will tag and display any Grain or Produce
to our office.
1 1 s in in
1 WHEN YOU COME TO PORTLAND
t Make your plans to stop at a home-like hostelry: a place
2 where you will be shown every courtesy and treated as you would
S be 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 plln. Din
ing service a la carte and as reasonable as in any part af the city.
Price of Rooms, $1.00 and $130
Special Rates to Parties of two or more
MEALS A LA CARTE
THE FORESTRY INN, Inc.
The Government Should
By Governor ALBERT CUMMINS of low
HERE are many things the government can do to check the
rising tide of combination for the suppression of conipeti-
tion. It can so amend our laws that the stocks and bonds
of corporations SHALL NOT EXCEED THE CAPI
TAL INVESTED in the enterprise, and there will be instantly re
moved one of the most potential motives for modern consolidation.
If this had been the law, Carnegie would have endowed fewer
libraries, but there would have been less softening of the MORAL
tissue for educational processes to strengthen.
I venture the assertion that had such a law been in force during
the last quarter of a century nine-tenths of the consolidation which
has revolutionised business would not have occurred, and, while we
would have fewer magnates, WE WOULD HAVE MORE MEN.
IT IS QUITE LIKELY THAT SOME MANUFACTURERS WOULD
HAVE GONE DOWN IN THE RIVALRIES OF TRADE, BUT IT IS
BETTER TO DIE FIGHTING THAN TO BE STIFLED IN THE DUST
TRUDGINQ ALONG BEHIND THE CONQUEROR'S CHARIOT.
FARE TO LEWIS
AND CLARK FAIR
During the Lewis and Clark Kxfiosi
tion the Southern Pacific Company will
Hell round trip tickets to Portland, limit
thirty days, at one and one-third fare (or
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
hrough that point during the Kxpoai
tion. Tickets must he deposited with
Joint Agent at Portland and charge of
tilty cents will be made for extension of
In the County Court tor Douglas County,
In the matter of the estate of Adolpb C
Notlre hereby given by the undersigned,
Clara Marks, the duly appointed, qualified and
acting administratrix of the estate of Adolpb
C Marks, deceased, to the creditors of satd de
ceased, to exhtMl their claims with the aeces
sary Touchers, within six months after the first
publication of this notice to the said adminis
tratrix at Bosebunt, Oregon.
Dated May 24 105.
P. C. MATTOX,
25th and Upshur Sts.
H. M. FANCHER.
JUST ARRIVED NEW STOCK
; FIGS FINE CHINA
CROCKERY LEMON AND
; GLASS WARE ORANGE PEEL
: Anything yon need for a Fruit Cake or Mince Meat
J. F. BARKER SCO. Phone 201
F,T STANFORD PURE
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. Mo
ED. COCHRAN. Sole Agent. Roseburg. Oregon
rum inn iui i hut Tnrrn In cdoce oar
rlllllXH Uf 01 IV nLLV we will mske special offer to any-
inullon UnLnUI IlitLo sratrcsigsfc
ing bill of trees for one dollar. All orders should be sent in by tbe first of August.
Send one dollar and we will book your order for next Fall. Tbe retail price for
this dollar bargain would be as follows :
4 Walnuts fl 00
1 Butternut 25
1 American Chestnut 25
1 Mammoth Blackberrie 25
1 Elthea or Rose of Sharon 76
One fine rose will be sent bv tending 10 cents name the variety. Send 6 cents
for catalogue telling you all about the Walnut Industry.
BROOKS & SONS WALNUT NURSERY. CARLTON, ORE.
ARTICLES OF JEWELRY
Suitable Gifts for Ladies
Suitable Gifts for Gents
Suitable Gifts for Children
Finest Line of Jewelry Ever Shown in Roseburg
; RgS SALZMAN'S
want to buy a
want to buy a
rent a house
build a house
move a house
If vr n don't know PAT
Call on or address .. .
F F. Patterson,
isd B alitor
Came Mrs Brown to call
On little Mrs. Jones.
They greeted in the hall
In most delightful tones.
"So rushed, said Mrs. Brown,
"I really cannot stay
I've been all over town,
It seems to me, today "
And then they talked of books,
Of music, and of clubs,
Of chambermaids and of cooks.
Of leaky laundry tubs,
Of candles aud of soup,
Of churches and of gowns,
Of fevers and of croup,
Of how to ward off frowns.
Of wrinkles, freckles, too;
Of divorces and brutes.
Of scandals old and new.
Of fashion's latest strides.
Of neighbors and of friends,
Of enemies and kin,
Of pleasing coffee blends,
Of where "she" got that pin,
Of certain people's debts,
Of certain people's fights,
Of tbe contending sets.
Of certain womsn's spites,
Of papering the hall,
Of what each one had read,
Of which one owed tbe call,
Of what somebody said.
Of bow "she" held her looks,
Of golf, and cards, and tea,
And back again to cooks
And then: "Oh, goodness me!"
Cried Mrs. Brown at last,
"1 most be rushing on,
The afternoon is past
At least, it's almost gone.
"That's one tiling I detest
About a formal call
One has to look her beat
And scarcely talk at all.
Step in, mr dear, some day
Whan you're oat far a walk
There's so much we could say
When we've time for a talk.
Real Estate Transfers
MEETING AT ASHLAND
Chautauqua at Ashland, Ore., July 12
Great lectures by Dr. Uunsaulus, Dr.
Qaayle, Bev. Anna Shaw, Lieut. Ham
mond, Mrs. aaunderson and others.
Carter, the great magician. Music finer
than ever. Nine vocal soloists. Three
E H Pinkston snd wife to E .1 Page.
1000; aja of lots 7 and 8 in blk 21 K K
add to Oakland.
A J Levins and Viola T Levins to War
ren Cbeever, $40 : lot 7 in blk 16 first add
A J Levins and wife to Warren
Cheever, $'.'4 ; lot t in blk 16 first add lo
Wm T Morrison to Wm Knitter, $150;
4-7 interest in tp li sr of sec -4 in tp
29 sr fin
Win T Morrison to Wm Knitter. $,-100;
40 acres of laud in sec 19 tp 'M sr tw.
C Ross King and wife and Harry
Richsrds and wife $1600 ; 61 .9! acres
and 1 acre of land in sec IS tp -8 sr 5 w.
Earnest Kitchi-son and wife to W K
Bo wen, $1; lot 16 in blk 15 also eV. of
Willow Street lying between lot 1 of blk
9 and lot It" of blk 15 in Kuerside add to
Rose on rg.
A F Brown and wife to trustees of
First Presbyterian church of Oakl ind
$100 ; lots 1 and 2 in blk 1 in Browns add
to K K add to Oakland.
OdORR Co to Chas K Iaugherty.
$100 ; 40 acres of land in sec '.'7 tp S3 sr t
Harry S Cook to Henry W Bale, $1 ;
160 acres of land in sec 20 tp J0 sr 11' w
Oregon Pine Lumber Co. to Wm
Spauiding et al, $20,160; 1680 acres of
land in sacs It tp 31 sr 3 w ; 36 tp 31 sr
4 w and ' Bar!, of tec 31 tp 31 sr 3w
32 tp 31 sr 3 w ; S3 tp 31 sr 3w nwl4 and
awl of nel4 of sec 4tp 31 sr 3 w ; is tp
S2sr3 w; 31 tp 31 sr 3 w.
Henry W Bale and wife to Geo Kel
logg, $800 acres of land in sec 15 JO II
and 21 tp 20 ar 11 w.
Isaac S Harmon to Mrs Kmiiy L Wills,
$725 land in sec 22 tp 31 sr 3 w
Geo Kellogg to Henry W 1 ale $1 ; 160
acres of land in sec 22 tp 20 sr 11 w.
United State patents were granted to
Oregon A Calif Land Co : Santa Fe Paci- Uo
6c R R CO; Calif A Oregon Land Co .
ieo W Brown.
R K Dimmick and wife to E J Page,
$650 ; undivided '- interest in part of
lot 5 and 6 in blk 20 R R add to Oak-
8 L Sumate and wife to W C Steele,
$1500 : 46 acres of land sec 36 tp 27 sr 7
Cost to Visit the Fair.
A five day and ten day visit to the Ex
position at Portland, to include all ex
penws, and see everything to lie seen,
can be made for $15.00. Round trip rail
road fare from. Koseburg, $6.00 total
$21.00; ten day visit, $25.00 R. R. fare
$6.00 total $31. Full infoimation may
lie obtained on application at South
Pacific Ticket Office, Rosehurg. B29d
Town Lots For Sale
Choice building lota in Kinney's im
proved plat of Roseburg, near Main
street, good title. Price $50 per lot.
Address, N. A. Richards, tf
tie Slate of tifegOB,
LIVERY, FEED & STAGE STABLES
C. P. BARNARD, PROPRIETOR
FIRST-CLASS RIGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
AND AT REASONABLE RATES.
STAGE TO NARSBFIELD, NORTH BEND AND ALL COOS COUNTY POINTS
LEAVES DAILY AT I A. H.
FOUR-HORSE STOCK-QUICKEST TIME TO THE COAST
STABLES CORNER WASHINGTON & ROSE STS., ROSEBURG. PHONE 661
In the Circuit Court uf
lor lac t'ountT of I' las.
1" K. 1,'haintierlalii, (ioviTli'T. V
Kim ar. Sasaeian at state, and cha rl
Moore, I rvaaur, r Hie rilate "i Ongon,
ml constituting the Mate land H.nl I
tor tlie sal- hi iM-biNii ami I'uiverMlt i
least and for ll.c iuvrtuleui of the
funds arising ibcrelrotn.
r T. Me'ee. Fsaraeei J Mnflas, his
rife, MarsO) Oraat A i asnisej . K L ;
Sabtu and C 1 1a- in is I. Trustee.
K l. li. lam. I
Notice It hereby given that ! virtue of an
I'Xivulion aDil iTiler of rale iluljr Issued out of
las a Says aaased assart mw4 caasaw on the Mb
lay of Junr. tStH aSMMB a jU'Uraeut ami derm-
du!y rt ii It rt-.i and rni rvd In said court on
In tin-circuit Court o tha But of Of(on
for the County of Douglas.
Alt Walker. Plaintlf .
(j ii Orabam, drfeadant )
Notice la hereby given thai by virtu of an
execution duly Issued out o( and ander the seal
ol the above named court and cause on the ard
lay of June. 1906. npon a judgment and decree
duly rendered and entered In said court ami
cause, on the 17ih day of May. 1W6, In favor of
Alf italker and against said U U Uraham, lor
the sura of one hundred ninety-night dollars
and forty rvnts (lS8.tu) with Interest thereon
at the rate of S per cent per aonu al from tbe
ITlh day of May. luf. and the farther sum ol
twenty one dollars and seventy-five cents
(til 75) coats and disbursements and the costs
of and upon thlssrritof execution, command
ivk m: to make sale of the following described
Tbt southwest quarter of section 12 In town
ship 1'.' soutb of range n west. Willamette
meridian. In Douglas county Oregon, contain
ing It" acres, attached In said action on the 7th
day of tleplenitier, 104. Now therefore In coin
alt ace wtto the commands of satd writ, I will
Saturday tbe 8th day of July, i90s
at I o'dick p. m st the front door ol the Conn
t l ourt house, la tbe city of Roet burg. In
Do is a county. Slate ol Oregon, sell at ub:ic
auction, subjec t to redemption, to tbe higbai
The Finest in the County
to Be Had at the :
For Letter Heads, Bill Head. Statements,
Envelopes, WeMirnr Stationery. Posters. I.val
Blanks, Briefs, in fact anything in the Printing
line, i(ive ns a call.
the ind da'oiJiiur liu li loin losure uf a uiorl b dder. for I'ntled States gold cola ash In
icage in favor of the above named piatuilfl aud i band, all tbe right. Uile and interest the said
against the above naaed defendant- aud I defenlaul bad therein on tbe date of said at
tai-hment, l -wlt : tbeTihday of September.
1901. or tlnce has had tberein to satisfy said
ant of execution and all accruing costs.
JS H.T . McCLMXEX
Sheriff of Douglas county. Uregou.
Remember the Plaintlealer when yoor
statement, envelope and
sj fsct anything in tbe printing line gels ,
low. We can give yoa a neat job and '
do it promptly.
BREWING & ICE COMPANY
agam-t the heri- nalter mention- ! and de
scribed mortgaged property lor tbe sum ol fjuno
wltli Interest thereon at the rate of i per cent
i er annum f ..on be s i-ond day of March. 1 M,
and the further um wt f r , attorneys fees and
BBSS of tU - paid for laxes and I : 15 coats auf
Ji.bursemeuts. Now therefore i will on
Saturday, the 8th day ol July. io05
at one - clock p m of said day at the court ' letterheads
uxriM .l'-u. 'J--.'- lu RI'TU'. 1VU.II COQUIJ, I
oreaon. aril in one parcel at public auction to
tbe highest bidder. K-r raab In h ill. ail the
right, title aud luterot wm- Ii the said de'en-1-ants
or ellh. r of them had on the jSth day of
x loner w or al any time thereafter in or lo
the toliowiug di rib d real properly lowlt:
Tbe southeast iuarier of section one. except
a certain -errel of land heretofore sold to o W
Brewer, tbe deed for wbieb la r.vir led In Vol.
II, psg ol deeds of Hong as county, Oregon
i jutaimng iS arres: Tte south hail of the
southwest 1411a iter and northwest quarter of
southwest .juaiter of see-tlon rsne . that portion
of the uortbeasu quarter of southwest qnailer
containing acre, and that portion of tbe
southwest quarter of northwest quarter, con
taining 1) acres In section one, lying south of
tbe following line, lo wit commencing al a
point ;n said seen, n one. loensllp T south of
range .s west N degree K ;0 feel from the
ball mile lorner between sections oae and two
la said township and range, theace N SO
trees IS minntes. K fr. t thenoe S M degree
A) mmttlee, r- feel to a fi tree i feet In diera
eler. thence r drcreee a minuus. K feet
S acre In the sjuibwest corner of
southwest quarter of Ibe north
west quarter of seeilm one a.s the
southeast quarter 01 seciioa two. the southeaai ' Special Brewed Bottle Beer Our Specialtv
quarter of tbe northeast qcarter. tbe n rtb
west quarter of 1 he '.or hea.l quarter Sid the
Largest and Beet Equipped Brew
ery in Southern Oregon.
Risieburg Beer has a Reputation through
out the County for Its
w.'-r TRiiit fl-
tutt Paper Free
Every fanner raises some fruit. All could raise
mere and better fruit and make more money from
it if they read a first-class fruit paper like
The National Fruit Grower
Published al St. Joseph, Midi-, in the heart of the famous
Michigan Fruit Belt. A large, beaatifaily printed Monthly,
ably edited, full of the latest and best methods of cultrvaung,
handling and marketing large and small fruits.
lUntrTII to any farmer or fruit grower to
"VRIU eflUU have this paper for this next year.
The Spraying Calendar is invaluable. We will give
this paper absolutely free for one year to any new or old
subscriber who pays arrearage and one year in advance.
Cut out this advertisement and send or being it in at once.
This oner may t
and purity means Health.
Brewed only from selected Barley
EoROB M. BROW.N,
A ttorney-m t-La w ,
Geo Knarr and wife .to Jamee R Wit
son, 1650 , lb-' !' acres of land in sec 4
choins classes. The Basmorea. finest of lP 26 sr 7 w.
instrumental iserformera. Bible study.
Ministerial conference. Two cooking
schools. Elocution and physical cul
ture. Round table. States Day. Teach
ers class snd otner good tilings. Kn- ; 05 and
arged buildings. Good tenting. Re
duced R. R. rates. Tickets, 12.00; half,
11.00. j23 Sw
G W Marvin to W R Van .Sort wick, ,
5 ; land in sec 21 tp 35 sr 5 w.
Mahlon Petree and wife to Thomas H
Kiteley, $1SOO ; !) acres of land in see
southaeel hall of tbe northeast quarter of the
aoilbeast quarter of secUon .'. A. so Ibe north
barf of northeast quarter aad the north half
ol tbe northwest quarter of s ctlon IS and
Ibe north half ol the northeast quarter eectiuo
11 all in township 29 so iih oi range 5 west la
Douglas coun: . Oregon, and cooiaining lo tbe
aggregate Ml act more or less, snd will apply
tbe proceeds of such ale first to the pa; rn, nt ol
the cut of aald sale a!d the coals and dis
bursements of said foreclosure amounting to
HUI and the sum of I ITS, a.toraeys lees and
the ram of Mat due plaintiffs w h Interest
thereon at tt.- rate ol per cent per annrm
from Ibe lad day of Marrh IW, and tbe sum ol
f .- taxes paid by plaintiffs, and tf s
atno.nt remains after epp! Ing the proceeds of
Direct delivery to yoor residence
qnantities of one case or more.
JAS. E. Sawyers
Room 6, fpsuirs, Douglas Co. Bk. Bid.
C. SEELY, M. D.
Oweigta. Cssa-tv ru.
Room i ii. u aad 13 fbone t3
TELEPHONE 141 QR-tt-,-HOUCK-
Physcian & Surgeon.
We Want Wool
W. MA RATERS
It is a nutter of no little gratifica
tion to those engaged in international
commerce that the Russian vessels in
Manila harbor will not be allowed to
make such repairs as shall render
them sea-worthy. It is pointed oat
that there can be no reason to believe
that these little Russian cruisers
hope, or expect, to attack Japanese
naval vessels and their only remain
ing mission would be to prey upon
commerce. The United States has
long sought to secure the adoption,
as a tenant of international law, of
the proposition that "the goods of
neutrals, found in neutral bottoms
(ships i shall not be regarded as con
traband of war unless consigned to a
belligerent." Russia has been ob
durant in her opposition to this doc
trine and, as in the instance of the
Knight Commander, did not hesitate
to seize and destroy American flour
carried in a British vessel and con
signed to Hong Kong, on the ground
that it might eventually fall into the
hands of the Japanese commissariat.
The bottling up of the Russian
cruisers in Manila Bay will therefore
materially enhance the safety of neu
tral vessels and of cargoes, the prop
erty of citizens of neutral powers.
Tbe Altaraa New Era has installed a
Simplex typesetter, which is a "dandy"
and devotes three and one-naif columns
to tell about its typesetter. Tbe Era's
typesetter only sets type, and requires
an operator and electric motor to make
itdoR. The Record bas a typesetter
that moves of Its own volition, ch ws
and smokes tobacco, lies about tLe pa
per's circulation, handles profanity with
artistic skill, rustles grab, saws wood,
pnmps water, sweeps out the office, can
almost dsnce the two step and has actu
ally threatened to wash the front win
dows of the office and we've never said
a blessed word about our typesetter.
Geo Applegate and
Petree and Matilda A Petree. ttiOO:
land in lots 1, 2, 3, 6, and 7 in blk
town of Yoncalla
Frank D Owen and wife to H Maine,
11000 ; 7.66 acres in sec 13 tp 27 sr 6 w.
8 V Morrison to Wm Kruger, tlOO:
undivided 1-7 interest in tbe s , of n ;4
aud lot 1 in sec lit tp 26 sr 4w also tin-
I divided 1-7 interest in se'-4 of ne' of wee
24 tp 9 sr 5 w.
I.yda Reed and husband to Asber
Agee, 1250 ; loir 4 and 6 in blk 2 Hamil
ton's add to Roseburg.
Geo D Devens to Rose E Hall, tl ; 160
acres of land in sec 22 tp 29 gr 8 w.
Morris Abraham et al to Ladd A OIhod
$126; 15x140 ft in town of Glendale.
Geo W Dimmick and wife to John
and Eva Miller, f 1000 ; parcel of land in
ne of sec 18 tp 16 ar 5 w.
Elanor Laheyand husband to Frank
A Gillmao, $125; parcel of land in town
C L O'Brien and wife to J P Anderson
$700 ; lots S sad 9 of sec 8 tp 24 sr 7 w
76.20 acres. Also all that part of tbe D
LCof Levi Grant No 50 lying on the
south side of Uupqua river containing
37 acres in sec 8 lp 23 sr 7 w.
Or.-gon Securities Co., amended lega
tion of Mountain Chief lude in Bohemia
A T Thompson, Tonopah lode in
Myrtle Creek Mining District tp 27 sr 4
E A Brown, Elkton lode in Cow
Creek Mining District.
M A Sly and Fred V Shampine, May
Bower lode in South Myrtle Creek Min
H. Little, an
lof ne-g ol sec tl l SI 5 sa.l sale, that I w.:i apply the s e id
fsolloD of the lien uf Morabv Grant t'o.i
I store named defendant, wbicu is lor to sum
Million I ot f-i 45 wlth lntereat Iberton l lb rate of
s per eent per annum from August ?Olh. ISM.
and the overplus Ii any tben be. ! will paj lo
Ibe clerk of Ibis court as by order of said court
In said execution lo me directed and delivered
commanding me to sell above described real
property in tbe manner provided by law.
Hated this 6 lb day of June 1K.
H T. Mill II Ha.
fiber iff ot Uuuglag county, Oregon
ROSEBIRG JINK & HIDE
CORNER ROSE AND OAK STS. 1
WE PAY CASH
For Anything You Have to Sdl
J. R. CHAPMAN, D. T. ?.
Hours: a. to 5 p. m.
Teiepbone No. UU
Abraham Bu: .hog
M F Wright has accepted the local
agency for tbe Portland Service Co
If yon expect to visit tbe fair and do not
know where yon are going to stop you
will do well to interview Mr Wright.
The Portland Servl.-e Co will locate you
in good rooms and you will know just
what you will have to pay for thein be
fore you leave Koseburg. Investigate.
MRS. H. E ASTON
Is prepared to wait upon old
and new customers and friends
with a fall and complete
ms Jackson St., Roseburg 1
All fresh and of the very best
quality. Teas aad coffees are
specialties. Yoor patronage
Cattle Ranch for Sale
320 scree on Seven-Mile Creek about
five miles southwest fromFort Klamath.
Oregon. All fenreil, house, large barn
ample water supply, will cut about
eighty tons wild hay. Address, with
P. O Box 33,
tf Tacoma, Wash.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice It hereby given that tbe undersigned,
administrator of lb estate of Timothy Croat
man, deceased, baa Bled In the County Court
of H aeglSS County, Oregon, bit final account
at such administrator of said estate and tbat
Wednesday. Ihs tb dy of Jims, 1V. at lb
hour of ten o'clock a. m bat been Sxad by the
said court a lb lima for hearing ol injections
lo laid report, and tbe settlement thereof.
J. A. BCCUANAH.
Administrator of the estate of Timothy Cross
man deceased. m&jts
In tbe Circuit 'ourt of lb Stale of Oregon for
tbe County of Douglas.
Will lam Warner,
t. O Johnson
Notice U hereby given that by virtue of an ,
execution duly Issued out of tne shove named
Court and Cause on the -Mth day of May, 1S0A
upon a Judgment and decree duly rdred
ana entered In said Court and Cause on the Jrxh I
day of May. 1906, in favor ol tbe above named I
plaintiff". William Warner, and against the !
above named Defendant. J. Johnson, Jr , for
tbe sum of fSXl (0, with interest thereon . at lb I
rate of 10 per cent per annum from tbe JOlb
day ol May, 1906, and tbs turtber sum of SJO.OO
costs aud disbursements, and tbe costs of snd
upon tli - writ and execution, commanding me
to make sale ol tbe fo'lowlng described prem
Tbe nortb west quarter of section 14, town
blp 21 south, rng& west of tb Willamette
Meridian, containing 161) acre of land In Doug
las County, Oregon, attached In said action on
the lit day of May, 105
Now therefore In compllatice with the com
mands ol said writ, I will on
Saturday the 1st day of July, io05.
at 1 o'clock p. in., at tbe front doorof the Coun
ty Court House, In tbe city of Koseburf, In
Dougli County, State of Oregon, sell al public
auction, subject to redemption, to the highest
bidder, lor United Bus tea Uold Coin, cash lu
hand, tb above described real property, and
all the right, title and Interest, the said de
fendant bad therein on the date of said attach
ment, to-wlt: the first day o( May, 1(06, or
since, has bad therein lo satisfy said w rit of
1 execution and all accruing costs.
(Jl) Sheriff of Douglas County, Oregon.
You Will Be Satisfied
WITH YOUR JOURNEY
If your tickets read over the Denver
ind Rio (irande Railroad, tbe
Scenic Une of tbe World"
There are so manytrenicattraetiont
and points of latere! along the line
between Ogden and Denver tbat the
trip never become tiresome.
If you arc going Kast. write for information)
and get a pretty book that will tell you
all about it.
W. C NcBUDI. Gen. Aat.
134 Tbir $1.
M. Caawvoan a J. O. Watsos
Attorneys at Law,
net, acs Buuag . aodasraa. os
eat before tbs r S Land OSlc an - I
i s spec:-;?
j J 0. FULLSBTOA
i Will araeUe la all Us Stat aad PsderaJ Couru
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OAKLAND. : OREGON
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Abstract oT Title to Deeded Land.
Papers prepared for filing on Gorem
Plana and Estimates for all Ba lut
ings. Special designs for Office Ftxtares
J. A. BrrexKAM
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Blne P'vnt ol Township Maps showing
all vacant Lands.
Rooms 1 and i
Office in new Bank Building. 'Phone 41S
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