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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1896)
Free trade means fre soup, as wage
earners have found out under this ad
ministration. American Economist.
How unfortunate for Mr. Bryau lliat
be did not lose bis voice at New York
instead of Pittsburg. Ohio State
Mr. Bryan is complaining of throat
trouble. Ho appears to be setting it in
the neck already. Minneapolis Journal.
To doubt that Major McKinley will
ba elected President is to doubt tbo in
telligence and integrity of the American
people. Springfield News.
When election day comes Bryan will
have taken poor Greely's place as th6
worst-beaten candidate for President in
a hundred years. Louisville Post (Dem.)
"Vote for Bryan and get 2 for fl"
would be more promising if it were not
mid bv the men who shoulod "Vote for
Cleveland and get fl 25 for wheat."
The republican platform points a way
to opening of the mills and factories
without waiting for the aid ol any oilier
nation. New lork Commercial Ad
It is curious to notice how precipitately
Mr. Bryan has dropped his free-trade
notions of former years. He hasn't a
word to say nowa-days about tbo tariff.
I would willingly defend free trade
with mr life." said Mr. Bryan in bis
first speech in Congress, and as he is
defondinc free silver with his
lonima onlr it is esr to see to which
policy he is most devoted. Call.
Mr. Bryan, as the advance ajent of
bankruptcy, is a glittering success. The
baiiaesa failures for the first eight days
of August last year aggregated $2,403,774
whereas for tbe first Bix days of August
this year tbey foot np nearly tr.WO.OOT.
Mr. Bryan says be was not "the hired
man" of the silver barons. He only up
held their cause at so much a night, the
contributions being furnished by tbe
misguided victims of the silver agitation.
A distinction without a difference will
be the verdict cf tbe American people.
To Be i
this year in valuable
articles to smokers of
Attorney at Law,
Koom2.MRistoraI!ulldinB, ROSEBUKU, OB.
MC-BustneM before tbo U. S. Laud Office and
mmlDK cases a specially.
Late Kcculvcr U. 8. Laud Office.
GKOllGE II. BKOWN.
jgSOWN & TUSTUT,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will prnctlco In all ths courts of the Btate. Of. I
aco in trie Uuurt Uouee, Douglas county, or.
v fimnklrp'Tnhnr'r'fi Mnrln
You will find otic coupon in
side each 2-ouncc bag, and two
coupons inside each 4-outicc
bag. Huyabag, read the coupon
nntl tcc How lo gel your sisnrc.
THE THIRD ADDITIOR
The Howe Farm, cast of town, has been plat
ted aud is now on the market in Lots and Blocks containing
3, so, 30, aud 40 acres, rangiug in price from $25 to $ioo
Any one wanting a fruit, vegetable or chicken farm
or a suburban home can now be accommodated on easy
All lots sold iu I;irst Brookside addition have more
thau doubled iu value. The prospect is much better for
the future. More fortunes are made in lauds near a grow
ing town or city than any other way. Sicze the oppor
For information or conveyance, call at ony Rea
Estate Office, or on
6 T. BBIiDEN; Propr.
How to Advertise.
The rraeetion of method in advertising
hoseharisg infinite range. The mat
ter is one of tbe very first importance,
And cannot to too carefully studied. One
thing about it that may be set down as
tree is that every man's advertising, in
its language and style, should be char
acteristic characteristic of the man,
characteristic of his stock, characteris
tic of his commercial position. For
every man has his peculiarities of devel
opment. When he speaks we know it is
he, thongfa vcrytsmr-BCft belooking at
him, and Ms advertisement should rep
resent him lite his "voice. He should
put Ms eiperienee, his industry, Ms en
terprise, into Ms advertising. It is as
tonishing to see how merchants who are
tireless in their industry at the store
early and laic, dose buyers, eager seek
trs after business, quick to embrace op
portunities for enlargement of lines end
extension of trade it is surprising to see
how inch business men continue their
advertising in the language of the old
rut, and announce in the same words
and the same type that did duty for
tiera years ago that "B. Franklin (or
any other man, the name doesn't matter)
is still to bo found at the old stand, with
a choice stock of dry goods, notions,
"etc, etc" (The two eta's are indispen
v&feta m an "ad"' of this kind.)
There is another and a better way to do:
If a xnerchaBt has any snap, any energy,
in himself, let Ma show it in his adver
tising. If be has any bargains in his
store, let Mm say so. If he has connec
tions which enable Mm to sell better
goods, or the same goods at lower prices,
than anybody else, let Mm say that; say
it plainly, strongly and in a way that
wDl carry conviction of truthfulness;
and on the rams principle that leads him
to treat -visitors to his store so that they
will call again, let him write his adver
tisement to that Ms next advertisement
will be looked for; if you get a person's
attention once try to hold it Tbe whole
thing is summed up in this: Ono should
itudy advertising as he does every other
department cf Ms business. Advertis
ing is a science, simple, it is true, as to
its main elements, but requiring more
thought and system than many of our
business men bare been accustomed to
Valno of Changing Advertisement!!.
Picking np an old journal the other
day I found a statement to the effect
that a certain patent medicine firm had
not (at that time) changed the wording
of Its aaYemscments lor thirteen years.
While I am thorough believer in indi-
dous advertising I doubt if such adver
tising as that would accomplish any
good after a few months of publication.
xio uoudi ninety-nine reaaerc ont 01 a
hundred would throw aside the paper at
sight of tho familiar heading with the
exclamation, "The same old story."
Though publishers may save consider
ably in composition bills by permitting
advertisements to "stand" in their col
umns for a year or more, they must loeo
considerable in the fll effect upon other
would do advertisers.
It is to the interest of publishers that
their patrons should find that "it pays
to adverbse, and those advertising col
trams are most attentively perused
which are most frequently changed. A
publisher who allows an advertisement
to stand without change in his columns
for over three months is doing his own
business an absolute barm. Advertise
ments are being looked upon as news,
and as such they should be fresh and in
teresting. Invite your patrons to make
frequent changes in their announce
menta. It will pay them, and this will
bare a reflex action npon your own re
ceipts. National Publisher and Printer.
The Central House.
W. H. Gordon is now tbo proprietor of
this popular house. The table will be
supplied with the best in tbe 'market,
good beds and courteous treatment
Heals 15 cents, and beds the same rate,
MRS. N. BOYD,
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Crocker-, Glass and Delfwarc, Tobacco aud Cigars,
To-s, Notions and Fancy Goods.
Higest Prices Paid for Country Produce of All Kinds
l'lucst Ulue ofXKAS In tbe City. lUcc item lie t c irr jrol.
iVN EXTRA INDUCEMENT..
io 10 1 10 10 1 10 13 , 10 10 1 10 1 10 1 si 5:M.'QM 1 to u U:v
1 mi jour trade, 3.15 10
u in inducement lo jet it W
I a tic the folkuriss lib- IS
eraloSrr Call and 1 will 10
present jva tilth a card J;
like the one printed op-
pos'tc, and nba tbe J
card It cwd up you may 5
Kcurc tbe portrait. &
BKISG thi Card wtlh tqu and nave your C.Y;H
fCRCUASES punched oat to the amount of JW.
and jou can bare a Life-like Portrait, Crayon or
Water Color Tint, from any photograph or tintype jo
may d ft Ire.
Wc lurthrr ajvjre yoa that ii the jvrlrait if not sat
isfactory yon newt not accept it.
c sivc you the portrait FREE, you raj only for
The evil oi tbe frame, glut, etc, will Ue st nbuk
ule coit price.
ii i i 10 1 10 I 10 1 10 . 10 , 10 It) 1 11 IS 1 13 I IS 111 .Li . Li J
Call and see sample! of these beautiful portraits displayed in my show win-Ion and let
dc present you with a tlexet. cry iruiy yours.
Corner Jackson and Cm Street, KOsEBCKO. OK
I.4. 1 have on hand a :&n;c assortment of BOOKS, suitable for both lanre anJ siuatl i'-.
tlrcn, which I will sell at wc'-eMic pnee. Tnccnttre 101 lor r aie very cneap.
Alexahder & Strong
UoomH 7 and 8
a i Wlkou lllock.
J. F. BARKER & GO.
p A. SEHLBREDE,
Attorney at Law,
UtSce over the I'uiitutUco on Jackioo itreet.
y" W. CAKDWELL,
Attorney at Law,
A ipsclal Lrncd jluiinJulUiultd Tttt. Ou
la harinfr a large ile New elyla
Glass and l)elf Ware
at astunUhiug low pn:ea. Our own canned
tomatoes are Yery popular.
JUDtlK L. LOVGIIABY
JANE & L0U0HARY,
Attorneys & 'Counselors tit Law
V ill ntHcllce iu nil the cotitla of Orrvun.
See in the Tailor-Wilwn block.
J D. STRATFORD,
Attorney at Law,
his is the Place
A full aud complete assortment
of all goods usually kept in a first
Everything offered for sale is fresh;
aud sold at very reasonable prices.
We have a very choice stock of
canned goods, including both fruits
aud vegetables, to which we invite
your special attention.
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
els, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
WO OD WARD i C. W. PARKS & CO., Qrocers.
Uimum X and 4
Tuylor i Wilton Block. KOSEBL' UU. OB
JP'RA BROWN, M. D.
Idenceot Xr. J. Bluer.
Wc arc always in the Lead, ami r.t-au to
Tlie(ii)hlcn Harvest is upon us, arm farm
era are sciiliug Iccau3C Wootlward
IoU3 to their interest.
L. BRADLEY, M. D.
Ph'sician & Surgeon.
OiBee 110017. from 12 U3 r.n.
fay to: A n ;h..u Brk k HOaEllUKO.
P R. COFFMAN,
Phj'sieitm aud Surgeon
S. Eaminin; burgeon.)
OFHCK. Koqrns 6 and T MarstcrV Buildl-j;.
Kcsideuce. t lrt door south 01 Mrs. Currier
FT2 Eneeiai attention I.) survcrv aud the
mKais ot omea.
j" J. o.t.l, 31.
Physician aud Surgeon,
Udico in p. Maris A C0.1 Block, upttaln.
CaUa rou:pi:y aaawcrctl day or night.
Those are all Leather and Warranted.
At Reduced Trices.
Consult your pane and be sure aud ice
Woo-twaril bciorc buying.
W. . WOODWARD
J ti. MLLI.EB, Si. D.,
Sui'geon aud Homoaopathio
Cd5Cbtucw diirarrt a JU!tT.
ILI P. HEYD0N,
and Not;iry ruljllc.
Ornci: In Court House.
JiUti for j-incvtaf: anil Hvld Notes hould
W adUrcMctl to Will !'. Ifeydon, Couutj- fur
veyor, r.oDury. 1 r.
T P. BRIGGS,
U a. Deputy "Ilticrnl Sureor
miU Xotary I'utillc.
On iic. ( oautT-Iail Building, up itairs.
-sjHvial a'.'.cntloa raid to Transfers and
Andrew, KOSEBUKG, OK.
H. C. STANTON
Hu juit rtetl6l a new ani eateneiTe ztork o
DRY : GOODS
Ladies' Dress Goods, Kibboas, Trimmings,
Lace-s tc, Y.tc.
- ALSO A FINE STOCK OF-
BOOTS AiI SEIOJ28
Of the beat qualltr and fluiih.
Wood, Willow and Glass Ware,
Crockery, Cordage, Etc.
AIo os hand in Urtc qaajititle an J at rricts tc
jolt the time.. A!o a Urge totk of
Which is offered at ecit prire. A fall and
select stock of
Curstantlj-on hand. Als-jlhe
LATiiST NOVELTIES IS STATlOSEi:?
3t and 3'JJ Jackeoti SL
Bet. Oak and Washington.
Largest and Best Auortcicnt crcr
I I i ILL 1 ill JLw 1 V brought to tkmthcrn Oregon, aud
A Lar;c aud Kltjant Lino
Wc call the attention of our
friends to our beauti
ful stock of
I Bed Room Sets
yyAAj Parlor and Dining Chairs
And all Household
Our Stock is
Unexcelled by Any House
South of Portland.
? And all Household
no tkouislu to r
SHOW QOODS. Ik
ALEXANDER X STRONG ..oS!?Slw
A ROSttBURO, OIlKGON.
1 1KB ID II
Carry constantly on hand Nor and becond Hand Goods ol All Kinds. Which
woillSelI at Hani Times Friccf. JIvc us a call and be convinced. Hccond
Hand Oootis Bought and Hold.
mjcJC2jc2VN est ;.
A. C. Hoxie,.
Wholesale aud Retail Dealer it!
Goods delivered free to all HOUT. ICQ,
parts of the city. Leave j '
your orders with me and DmvicinflC
savemonev. Roseburu. Dr. ! lU V IJ5lUlI2.
NEW FEED STORE
CAWLFIELU & CAWLF1ELD
HaCi'.t bi-ut.d a firj;-OaM F011I store and
haTt on hand a !are invoice of the best
Uccburcand Va..ijr Flour, Baled Hay. lirain
and Feed o! all kind A. I pnrchaws UdiTCrcd
IfX. Cor. Cass and ljos street.
JERRY J. WILSON,
Watclimaker ami Jeweler,
,5iK JacUMUtt Street,
At LuorvtU t fiKr Factory. KOsEBL'KU.
Itepalrlttu citlrustctl lo
ny care will lie iMtOJiPTl.Y mitl
JERRY J. WILSON, Propr.
IMitwr to .-KSATK SALOOS.'
A nil'l'LAU UICSOIIT.
Choice Cigar aud ail kind ol Temperance
l)rinicon tnnt'you band.
Kiuiowd. from r .r. Oak aud J.ickkou to
l'Aill-.Oi r BCILDISi!, JAl-KSOX oTKEET.
Easily, Quickly and Permanently Restored.
CCLTCnXTED Exousn Keuedv
It is sold on o ro3il'r0
cuaranteo to euro ony
form of ncrrous pros
tration or any disorder
of tho genital organs of
either rex. caused ,
FJnfnrn. bv rimR.! ubo of Aftnr.
Tobacco, Alcohol or Opium, or on account
ot youthful indiMTction or over indulgence etc,
IlinlncM, ConTulsionn. Wakefulnc. HcadscLe.
ileutal Dcrrcwon. Softpningof tho Brain, Weak
Memory, lionrinR Down rains. Seminal Weaknrss,
Hyjlfrin. Noctiirnnl Emitnlons, Spcrmatorrbors,
Lfs of Fower and Irapotoncy, which it neglected,
niny lead to preruaturo old nr;o and Insanity.
ruitivoly Runrsntetd. 1'rlco. Sl.00 a box; 6 boxes
for?J.OO. Sent by mail on recolptof Price. A written
(,-uaranteo furnished with ovcry $5.00 order reccUcd.
to refund tbo money If a permanent cure is not
'HEllVIA MEDICINE CO., Detroit, MlcU.
Sold by A.C. Marslers & Co.
Gtneral scent for etery Tarlely of sutriptlon
books and pf rljjicals .pubUtied in the United
Etates. I'ersons wishinj readins matter of asy
kind Till do to give me ar.call.
T.N THE COl .My COl'KT OF THE SliTE
x oi Oregon, in aud lor tbe Couuty of Douglas.
In tlic matter of the Etatc oi John Free
To William U Freeman, Jiautoiu 1 ne:iin,
Jsrncb C. freeman, Joan A rrcfmau. hit
beth Oarn.vm. K. C. McCulloch. V. 1 . Free
man. Frantic E. C.Mcrklin. Kuth. Skuinir. Hlla
C. Wallatc, Kobcna A. Boll, Tllm A. K.'lib,
Mary E. Fields, Ira A. Sherman,. vaA. Sher
man", le.vle E. Sherman, Elnora J. Sherman,
aud hlla A. Sherman, heirs at law.tbc next of
km and all arsons lutemteu in the said c;
tato ot the said John Freeman, deceased.
Whi-rMs. nil lhrt .11 !ftr nf Jtini. 1SJ-- Jnlm A.
Freeman, executor of the above named estate
bavins Hied his sworn petition graying foxan
nn!..r In unthnri,! atiill rmnoivrr him tn soil rht-
real property bslonglnK to the id ctateOPthe-
saiu JOI1U rrvvxuiui, utxvaiAi, wiaaivu lii L"i 1 ' o " .
las Couuty, Oregon, and whereas, it was orvtorcd
by the Court that a Citation issue lo mid heirs
at law, the uextol kin, and all other persons in
terested iu taid estate lo aprcnr ia tins Court 011
the 7th day of fccjitember. IMS at the hour of
10 o'clock 11. m, 01 said day to show caiw, if
any you have, why an order for the f ale of sid
real property should not be made as prayed for
In said petition. It is lurther ordered that ser
vice of tho Citation herein be made personally
upon all oi the abovo named heiri re
sldins; iu tho State of Oregon, and by liubliea
tlon upon all of the above named heirs U law
next ol kin, and all persons interested residing
outside oi the State of Oregon, by publication
thereof iu tho I'laindcalcr. a weekly newspaper,',
printed and published in Koeburg, Douglas
County, Oregon, and of general circulation in
said couuty for tho full period of time required,
by law, tc-wit: Four weeks. The said reaT cs-'
tatc asked to bo sold by said petition ui iJ
executor is described as follows, to-wit: The
Jf. ol tho D. L. C. of John Freeman and
wlfe.bcing notitlcatlon So. 116, claim No. -S'.i,
aud being parts of sections "Ji, IS, and "J5, iu Tp..
01 n. tt ., 01 it iiiiaiuuiiu icriuisu liik
niiplnc r-rtimli nc-nt ntnl mnn iinrllMtlnrli.-.'
described as follows, to-wit: Beginning ax
point one chain and fifty links west from tho.
iiunrtcr section nost on the line bctwci!ucc-!
lions and 2K m Tp. ii south, iof range 7,
1 I . V. ...,u rc .h.l...
IILSl, HUH ruiimtIK liieill.u Ul'liu ciiunun nun
75 links, thence west fcOchalni mid Hfty littks.
thence south 20 chains, thenio oast IS chalns.y
thence south b chains and 7o links, und tht-neoj
cost 32 chains mid 2: links to tne place 01 ocgtn
iitti' and containing iu all r.ls.7.1 acres of laud1
of which said abo e described lands, (the abovo
nillTIIHl ii.iwu1i.ti t II1VIIP.1 lit fill. tllllf. Ilf lll
(Until, the said north half, making 159.37 ncrcs
01 lauii 10 00 soia. 1
Therefore you mid each of you are hereby
cited und rcmiircd to bo and appear tit saiil)
ll... n.l ..1...... 1. ..t..l(
null; unit 'ini.( , 1iK.11 nun null, iu puun (.mubvi.
if anv vou have, whv such nu onlcr umr.
license bhould not Issue for tho saleot said I:
north half of the boo described premises
U: Tho donation land claim oi John Frcc-
man and wife, Not. 11C, claim No. 1'.).
Witness tho Hon. A. F. Stearns, Judge otthci
Coimlv Court ot tho Stale of Oregon, for the?
County ol Douglas, with the scaloi said Court)
..m 1 1 1.1.. icil. .r 1..I.. tk.i.? i
1UI1AI.U liiia .cm (in j ui tiiii, ao.'u.
O. A. Seiitiikekk,
Alty. For Executor.
JOHN If. SHUl'E, Clerk.
Cottage to Rent.
A now 5-ruoui cottao near tho depot
to runt, juet vacated ty f. K. Sykcs.
City ualor in lliu huuse, ami u gouil well
next dour. Euuniro at this oQicu.
New York Cash Store,
"W -we SELL THEFAMOUS
The Best Stove is Always the CHEAPEST.
CHURCHILL, W LLEY& MIKENZIE'S
Ros&burg Hardware Go.
A SQUARE DEAL
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Is what avc give to every cus
toiuer, for we believe the best
advertisement possible is a cus
tomer pleased with what we
have sold them, they will come
again aud agaiu, aud their friends
will come too.
We are not here for a day
or for a month.
We are Here to Stay.