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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1897)
Al'UIL ft. 17.
rUrriar uniihim oornar of bane nl Hot
trtu. rtiiiKlor HoctIwi I'waoblng, U a. .
.lid? wn- m i Voung rooplas Unlon.SBOp.tn.i
Mn. K. W. lilac, PtMldnnll Sunday Hohwil, 10
i lit. I Jm' Cliainlwrtalit, Surwrlnlandao
rmtrr Merlin, I tiuiwlaf TCiilug al 7 30.
MitMOiiioT imum N -corner ol Main tint bans
MrerU. Sunday Bri !:: Preaching, H
and 7. W p. m i huhlwlh ti-hnnl, W a. !
w, w.i.iili r, Binifrinnmrtaiiti ,),M Miim at
rle ill tha numilim sivlcei B"pwrlh
.no p. m. Ul tiHrry, rrealdanl.
Hunting, WtMluoaday, 7 W p. w.
FlUNK I.. MnilHf, I'MlKf.
I'araiHiMc. wirnaf Watit ami
l i.itiuH :rn'M-ooriier '" "4
Ko...U.M. Sunday HmI: 'lllo wonlilP.
a m til 7 p. m.l Sabbath Hchool, 10 . m.
V I'. H. II. K..7 p. m. ri.jrr Mealing. Wedne.
K. II. 1IH.WOMII, I'aator.
Inscriptions at olllce, including medi
cine, fur '0 cents cash, from I lo 3 . m..
Suudays excepted. Al other hours, the
usual cnargo. F. l Kiim, M. D.
NOl'ICI'. TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Douglas County Building A Loan
Roseburg, r., April 4,
Stockholders are hereby notified tll
Din annual inei-tlng of tbe stockholdsrs
( lli Douglas Comity Building and
Iamiii Association will tM
rouurll im in rity bull. In the city ol
Roseburg, Douglas County, State ol Ore
gou.oii Wednesday, April 81, 1M7,
7 ;:W p. ill. ol said day, for llm porKss ol
electing seven directors sud th't'e sudi
lois lor the ensuing year, miJ for the
transaction ol such oilier business
limy legally come before the meeting.
M. V. lUrr, Secretary.
Caro Bros, are tha inmmj nirc:hnU.
Ituy klJ gloves at the Noyelty Slots.
John Agee was over front Wilbur Hat
unlay. Street cleaning It uuw th order ol
The Heat Concert Company Wednes
M. O. Waroor of Logone, the piano
tuner, la In the city.
Dr. I. A. Ilarria ol Canyonyille, wan
In the lily Saturday.
Now line ol rain and nun iimhiellaa at
the Novelty Nlore.
Illnhardion Ix-glna work luiroving lilt
lilrycle track today.
Arvil I'erduie waa itrrratnd at Medlord
Friilny (or ttealing hou.
Hun. (5. A. ftdilhredp went to Albany
thin morning on Irgal hiniineM.
MiM Km ma tfnhlbrod' ia rocoytiriiiK
rapidly and in now able lo nil up,
How Johnnie earned hia gun?" aak
Churchill, Woulley A. McKeuxie.
Frank Finccr of (iardinor wa a
gueat at the Medalled Friday laet.
II. W. Chuichill and J. K. William ol
Ixwking (tlaaa were in town Friday.
1 hia i ! t i'itily Hial on May 1 Uh, I
walked lo M ln k'a drug alore on a pair
ol crui' l.cM and bought a Iwtlle of Cham
iHirlaiu'ii l'in Halm for inflammatory
rhnumatlHiii whiili had crippled uie op.
Alter lining Ihree Wtti-e I aid coin
pietely cured. I can cheerfully reooin
iiirikI it.-Chatlra II. Wetiel, Sunbury,
Hwuru and aubmriU-l lo lelore uie on
4.int 10 H'.H Waller Shipman, J. V.
For ! at ' i rnta I'er Imltle by A.
Maiatria 'V l'o.
Northern I'avlflc Change.
The Norlheru railroad w ill
make the following lime card for ila train
leaving Portland dnily. beginning en
Sunday the '.Mill liwt. Leavea Forlland
.i 1 1 in.. Tacoma 5 I', m.. healtle 4 p.
... Klluimlnirit 1U:10 i. in., l'asco 1:60
... Arrlv at htiokaue at b:50 a. m
M,.w,..w.ii i ar. i. iu. and Ht. Faul at
4:40 p. in. The now card will enable
paaavngore to make cloae couuecllomi at
KikaiiM mo MKaane raua anu
Nnrtirii lor the uiiow. For further
particulars ee D. H. K. Bru a.
Local Agent No. -', Maratera building
vour dollara where they go
full ia what talka. We aoll
lor cash only. e can make a dollar go
a lunir way for vou. Uuality conaulered
We hayu Iho In-at gooda lor little money
Ilucklcu'a Aruiv Hlye.
The Hee. Salvo in the world for Cula,
tlruiaea. aoree, Ulcera, Halt Hheum,
Sorua. Totter. Chapped Manila
Chillbaiii", Corne, and all akin F.rup
tioiiB, and poeitivoly curea Tilea, or no
pay required. It ie guarantoed to give
imrfuct BrttiHlaition or money refunded
Trice i!b centa wr boi. For aale at A.
Late arrival of men s and woman a
stout and ckoap shoes. Also a supply
ol seaionablo staples at Htanton'B.
Many cases of "tlripo" have lately
hann rnm.l lV IlUR MillUtO CoUllU CufO.
i'hls preparation seins eeeoially
adapted ti the cure ol this disease. It
rt miicklv thus iireventing serious
iimtl!cationN aud bad eQects iu whiclr
this diioasa often leaves the patient
Marsters' Drug More.
To the Public.
On aud aftor this date, 1 wiah it under
aijwn.1 that inv terms for all undertaker!
goods sre cash with the order. I And it
impossible to do business ou a credit
basis, aud be live that I can do better by
my patrons and myself by soiling strictly
lor cash. '. IIjcnkihi', Undertaker.
KoBcburg, Ore., April 12, 181(5.
Don't allow the lungs to be impaired
by tl e continuous irritation of a cough.
It is easier to prevent consumption than
ta cure it. Ono Minute Cough Cure
taken early will ward olTany fatal lun
trouble Marsters' Drug htore.
l'LAiNDEALtit and 1'lanter is a little
alliterative, but sometimes by "apt al
(iteration's artful aid" you can catch the
' mililio eve Rti'l engage tue puuiio al
tanliiiii. The Weufoot 1'lanter
rliilihed with the I'LAiNDSALkii and the
two iiaiiers will bo furnished to all cash
subscribers of the latter without extra
i.' i.' Tnrnnruf Comtiton. Mo., writes
us that after sull'erlog from piles for
aavnnteeu voors. he completely cured
them by using three lbocs of DeWitt
wu.!li Hazel Halve. It cures eczema
and severe skin diseases. Marsters1
If your tea is not good
why don't you drink water
It is cheaper and better for
you than poor tea.
If it is eood, your stoin
ach is glad to get it; does
its work better.
Schilling's Best is good
tea at grocers' in packages.
A StbiHljil Comptnr .
nin riinriiiu w -
Ladies, If you want a bargain drats
psUero, buy one ol our 40-inch up-to-
date Mohair checks, at only .'10 cents r
yard. Novelty Htore.
Mr. ami Mr. H. K. Hykts came up I
from Kugsne and will probably remain
permanently, Mr. dykes conteniplalM
goiri into business hre shortly.
Thos. Crenaoii Is In from Oak Creek. I
He brinies news of the death of Tim At-
tor bury 's liltlo sou, sged three years.
The funeral will lake place at tak Creek
Frank and Henry Conn were in Halur
day and report the roads still bad. Well
thev haven't had a chance yet. A
The Heat Concert.
Wednesday evening ol this werk will
see an entertainment ol unusual iuteresl
attlie Opera House. The Ladies' 'U5
Mental Culture Club has endorsed the
appearance ollheoi me neiv uoncert
(Jompeny, as It promisee entertainment
of a rare and high order. Music and
readings) Tue iuon of all Instru
ments, the violin, and thai knight of
literature, Hhakespeare, both to be
handled by great artists.
We may not appreciate music for its
technical yalus or high clsnsical mean
ing. Hut who can resist the long drswn
sweetness of a mellow violin, its tender
Five Inmates of the Home Shoulder
Their Knapsacks and Leave.
At the last meeting of the hoard of
trustees of the Oregon soldiers' borne
the following rule was adopted and sub
seqiieolly published by the commandant
Itule )3. Any person admitted lo the
home shall surrender all bis pension lo
the commandant, and, il the person so
surrendering bis pension has depemlent
relations, the money so surrendered
shall be paid to sucb dependent relatione
by the commandant, excepting the sum
of four dollara per mootb, and in case
A Batch of Newsy Letter from
week's dry wcalher would dry up all but ,jhings and passionate longiog or Its ,lcb b n0 fofo, ,e.Uons,
the deep bolfs snd those can be dodged, artful, tricksy capers? Home of us have
Tho Southern Pacllio lie-preserving yet to experience the plessuro that a
plant at Ilhain started up Thursday, rsre old Instrument will yield under the
after an idleness of several months. The fingers ol a master. But let us hope
ulsnt will be kept running night snd that not one who Wedoeeday night lit
day. uIvIdh employment to a numler ol tens to Herr Wslther but will give both
men. artist and Instrument tnsir lust moad ol
The rifle club was out In lull force yes- pralso. For Herr Wallber belongs lo a
terday lifter noon and did some pretty fair circle ol world famous violinists, reared
shootimr. In the match for chickens, in ths Belgian school; and he will we
iW yards at an inch bull's eve. the follow- may be sure, oso an Instrument of ss
ing got meal: Urllt, 8; Bryan, '1; Had- fine tono as great age.
ley, 8; Hlroug, 8; Benjamin, 1 ; Iooncy,
Iu Die British ll" (!urinit the present
All ripe sewsd ireeoicnsrgooii imjois teulllry Mvel, m.Um:.. havo been re
and shoes ought at the Novelty Htore
New assortment ol ritilwn, live and
ten cents per yard, at the Novelty Hiore.
The W. C. T. U. will moot at Mrs. A.
C. Marsters on Thursday oveulng, April
Observe the golden rule of bimiuess.
1'atroiilne those you expect to patronize
Have you seen the new strawberry
hoe at Churchill, Woolley A McKen
Caili is what counts. Be convinced
by examining our hoot and shoe hue.
Nothing lite our uew silks iu town,
plsin snd fancy, but uot fancy prices.
Just arrived Iroui Nebraska a tar ol
corn aud corn chop al Cawlfleld a flour
and leed store.
ltev. W. IV Ainlerioti, pastor of the
Baptist church, ia sick with eorx throat
Coma and help lo make
that will attend theiirand
the Novelty Htore.
Ik you want a good strawberry plant
Call around to this oflico and find out
here to gel some.
The tine display ol silks in Jowhpeou's
how windows is atlracling a great deal
f attention today
The Hoy a I Blue Crawford Bicycle
can l lie neat, unuiciiiii, wooiiey
McKonr.ie keep them.
Miss Kittle hill m lit ol Uolrs alley IB
islting friends iu this city. She is the
guest of Miss rrank llowell.
C. W. HinilU and Alma VYalcotl wore
unlteJ in marriage on Iho -Jtli nil. by
Conuty Judge A. F, Stearns.
The "Violets"' bad unite a nice psrty
at the Armory Friday evening. They
didn't do a thing but Just dance.
Beat assortment of print goods in town
slmost your own prices. Come and
see for yourself. Novelty Htore.
Money to loan on city ami country
property. I). H. K. Buck,
Marsters' Building, Kosoburg, dr.
Now is the lime lo spray your trees.
Buy the Combination Sprayer aud save
corded in which the bride has married
the best man by mistake. Kx. We Im
agined that the brides alwsys supiosed
Mmu until niarrvinir the ''heat man."
Tne long sloge of cold weather is caus
ing a great amount of danger to stock in
the vicinity of Cottage Urovs. Many ol
the farmers tieing out of feed, have
turned their cattle out lo graxe. Cattle
are reported to be dying in Ixirane valley
lor want ol shelter.
A. F. Wall will stsrt for California to
morrow morning lo look for a situation,
Mrs. Wall will go to Halem aud visit with
her lolks till Fred gets locaUxl. The
genial presence ol the ex-conductor w ill
1)0 missed and his many Iriends wish
him good luck In his new Held.
The mud tkat has accumulated al the
intersection of Msiu sud Douglas streets,
(ml ween the McClallen and Van Houteu
all winter, has been scraed up and
carted off. It is an evidence ol spring to
see lliis kind of thing going on and iiu
the crowd proves the looks of things wonderfully.
0eniiig st touie f ti,., boys, big boys it is pre
sinned, rsised no small amount ol "Ned'
on Thursdsr niaht last. They tore
down signs, uprooted fences aud scat'
tered pandemonium. SIayie lliey were
iustpla)ing April fool, but those who
sufTerd fmoi their pranks thought it no
Prof II. M. Hsmill, general lield
worker of international Huudsy School
I'uion, will I e in Koseburg next Sunday
and will talk to the Sunday School work
era ol all lite churches iu the M. K
Church, North, at 2 :M and 7 :30 p. m
A cordial invitation is extended to all
interested in this work.
Charley Clemens rolled up his sleeves,
put on his gloves, not I he lighting kind,
but working, and scraped up the mud in
front of the New York Cash btore Fri
day. The example was contagious snd
the Kosoleul man followed suit. boo
the mud is cleaned off half a day's sun
shine dries up the street.
It is iu'order for the city author ities to
see lo it that sll refuse which has been
peimittedto accumulate in the streets
because it was to muddy to be called off,
now that tho mud is drying up, shall be
We have all read Hhakespesre. The
Bible, Shakespeare, and the dictionary
stand on our shelves, boary ancestors ol
all the modern stuff we csll literature.
II it is some time since you lifted Will
Shakespeare from the shelf, re-read
some of the scenes you once enjoyed.
For Miss llext, tbe reader of Wednes
day evening, will represent some of
tbe excess of bis pension over aud above
tbe sum of four dollara per month, shall
be credited by tbe commandant to a
fund lor Iho support ol tbe borne and
shall be used for that purpose only.
Role 14. Of regulations on page 11 ol
the by-lawa shsll read as follows : f n all
cases wuere improper use is maoe oi
such allowance of pension money aa pro
vided for in rule 13 of by-laws, leading
to miccondoct, or infractions of lbs rules
of tbe home, the allowance so granted
shall be withheld by tbe commandant.
The publication of this order gave of
fense to some of tbe inmates of the borne
and it wss reported on tbe streets Bator
day tbat about forty of Ibe old veterans
bad packed their knapsacks and left in
high dudgeon. A representative of tbe
Plaikdealeb went over to learn tbe facta
in tbe case and discovered tbat just five
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miaxtapeare a women, wiioeo cuaraciera UJ uk.n offeM ,nd condcd luat
are nowhere In literature equalled for lh ,d do tler ou' of the borne
vividness and life,
Al the end of the program Miss llext,
accompsnied by tbe pianist, II ilub, who
has arranged aire from the operas lor
this feature, gives statuesque poeings
that spiieal to the mind through the
eye. Dial is, me artist tnrows tbe ex
pression ol some emotion into her lace,
matches il with the pose of her body, so
that we may read as plainly as words
cjuld tell, "I hale you," or "I love
you" sud the many other emotions cala
logued on the program which follows:
Piano solo "Fantsnie Polonaise,"
Kccital Selected, Kil'ne Kiaine Hext.
Violin solo "fecenes de Ballet," Herr
Shakespeare's Famous Women, (Cos
tumed). Kfliie Kiaine Hext.
loll n rsolo "Nocturne," Herr Csrl
Monologue "When Jack Comes Late"
huie Maine llext.
Violin solo "Serenade," Herr Carl
Beading "The Carrssdhoo Man,"
Kllie Llaiue Hext.
Violin solo "Souvenir of Haydn,"
Herr Carl Waltuer.
Slatuaniue posings in (ireek coelume,
revreseiitipg human emotions, hme
with their pensions than in tbe borne
without them. These were A. J. Csse,
A. O. Parsons, Peter Kiefer, Peter Roe-
ser aod John Morrison, a. j. uase
came to the borne over a year ago and
bas drawn tbe pension of six quarters at
$30 per quarter, or a total of (210. When
he left be had more than 1140 and at one
time be sent to relatives 30, and to use
his wn language be badbad all tbe
money to spend that be needed. Ho it
seems lor tbe ordinsry wants of tbe in
mates with everything necessary found,
4 per month spending money should be
Why exception should be taken to tbe
publication of Ibe general order and its
proposed enforcement occasions some
surprise, ibe men migtii nave expeciea
it. In the by-laws and regulation ad
opted for tbe goveinment of the borne
bich it ia presumed every one made
himself conversant with before entering,
occurs this paragraph .'
Persons admitted to ths borne having
dependent families or relatives, and
drawing pensions, shall pay tbe same to
tbe commandant for tbe use of sucb de
pendent fsmilies or relatives; but tbe
JmUe Mesrns of Kosebure was over on
Msrcellus A F)stes received a slock ol
shoes laet week.
II. U, Orsves was over Iroin UoSsb'Tra
Hunday visiting relatives.
B. J. Bovlnrdon received a large ship
ment ol wsll paper recently.
Dr. Oilraore wsa called to Shoestring
Valley Friday to attend the aick.
Jesse Share brook of Umpoua Ferry
waa in town Friday aod Saturday.
Page dc Dimmick are In receipt of a
late shipment of paints, oils snd brnshea.
K. O. Young A Co.. shinned a fine lot
of dressed chickens to Portlsn 1 Tho ra
Tbe home mission clsss will aive an
entertainment F'riday evening, April 0,
at xoung'a nail.
(.'Irbratwl for It rt Irsvenitig
Mngth anil hvalthfulmna. Amturr tha
food agalnat alum and all form ol arfiil.
ration common to tne cheap tiarnm.
SOTAb SAIIN'I roWDBS C'l., XtW TOSS.
Sealed proposala will be received by
tbe commandant of the Oregon Soldiers'
Home at bis office In said home, lor all
Dr. Bradley ol Itoseborg waa over last I supplies necessary lor tbe furnishing aud
week to see bis sister, Mrs. Deardorff. I ,!. rJ tha, i,m. nniil Anrll aoth.
who waa quite ill. ,ftofl R ... ..u . . ,mmA ml
Rev. Courtright and wife went to Yon-I -
eolla Hatorday. Mr. C. reports lhe omce ro or wore Apri oovo, vr. n
church in a prosperous conditioo at tbat mple of clothing bid for must accom-
H swillon's Drug Store.
cents, dallory "j cents.
time and money. W. II. (iordon, agent.
Died, iu North Koseburg, Saturday,
April 3d, 1H:7, Kllis Monlsgue, aged 5ti
years, llie lunerui look place at - p. in.
Dr. U.linio will give preemptions in
cluding medicine, botwoen certain hours
for 60 cents cash. See notice iu another
Beit Roberts was drowned in Koguu
river, In C'urry county, laet wouk. lie
was trying to ssil serosa and his boat
Wolleuberg A Abraham of (he Square
Deal Htore are now receiving a uice lot
ol spring goods, i.slest styles sud low
Ladies you will tind a nice line of
shirt waists, collars, cuffs, shirt hunts,
belts, ebirt waist Ms. et. at the Nov
Miss Martha Clarke, who has been
visiting the family of J. A. Underwood,
returned to her home in Millwood laet
Was It Fred Mallett?
A uress diiuatch Irom The Dalles of
date March 31st says:
"A clue to the identity oi the men who
was found dead last week with a bullet
through bis Lead bas been discovered
foe Nebell says tbat tbe deceased told
him be bad lived in Roeeburg, and waa
a member of tbe band. Tbe coroner's
jury returned a verdict of suicide, and
there was evidently a dehlerate inten
tion to conceal identity, as even the
laundry marks oo the clothing bad been
destroyed, and not even a scrap of writ
ing could be found to serve aa a tracer."
The band boys here are at a loss to lo
cate the suicide and establish his iden
tity. The supposition is tbat it is one
Fred Hsllett, who lived here about four
months.Uoaviog about tbe first of the
vear. He rau a restaurant for a while
in the Panott building and also at anoth
er time tbe lunch stand in the .Senate
saloon. He was not a member of the
Roeeburg band but played in it some
times. This is tbe only person wbo bas
lief will surely follow. For rale by A. C. been iu anyway connected with the baud
Karstere A Co. for some time who cannot be accounted
A. J. Moses, an iumate of the soldiers' I for. He is described as being about
I . . I 1 t l V Oil
home, who came up from Portland bve leel eigiu mcues uigu, weiu im
about two weoks siio. died ou Saturday pound, round lace, uiga loreneaa, nrown
and the remaine were shipped to friends bair, loug, sharp nose, Uarlc eyes, witu
at Portland. Deceased was au Indian pink and white complexion, cheeks quite
war veteran havimr served in the Yak- red, smooth shaved when he lelt here,
Ima war and wss 03 years of age. lie but usually wore a mustache
bas been ailing for a long time aud was
cleaned up and taken away. The health
of the city require it, aud then it will
add so much to the appearance of thiugs.
Those who are troubled with rheuma
tism should try a lew applications oi
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, rubbing the
parts vigorously at eat h application. If
that does uot briug relief dampen a piece
oi flannel with Pain Balm aud. bind it
on over the sest of pains and prompt re
utterly helpless when brought here.
There is a rib out some where iu re
gard to the dispute in the school districts
on Smith River. J. C. Noel states that
he lives in No. 113 aud lias lived there
since January -0 hint. The clerk of No.
tho Noel family
Tickets for sale and seats reserved at commandant may, in bis discretion, al
low such persons to retain a portion of
such pension ; and if such persons have
no dependent families or relatives and
draw a pension, tbey shall turn tbe same
over to tbe borne, but may be allowed a
portion thereof, at tbe discretion of tbe
Nor is this all. Every inmate befoie
be entered tbe home made aud sub
scribed to an affidavit concerning bis
condition, bis service to tbe country, etc,
In the course of that affidavit, if be has
set forth tbat be ia receiving a pension
be says : ' ' Said applicant further agrees
to trsnifer to said soldiers' borne all
amounts received by him as such pen
eioner immediately on receipt of the
same while a member of said home, to
bold and dispose of tbe same as provided
for by tbe rules and regulations made by
the board of trustees of said home. Said
applicant further swears that be is a citi
xen of Oregon, and tbat be will comply
with the by-laws of the Oregon Soldiers'
Home while a member thereof, and to
abide by and obey all rules and regula
tions made by tbe board of trustees oi
said borne, or by their order, and to per
form all tbe duties required of him and
to obey all lawful orders of tbe officers of
So it appears tbe order was no new
thing but was just to give direction to
laws already written. And further,
the government lakes care of tbe indi
gent soldier wbo once risked bis ail for
the government and provides tbe ueces
saries and a few luxuries, that ought to
lis sufficient. Tbe pension ia given to
provide against want. If other provi
ion is made, then tbe pension is not
Shelby Churchill bas moved to Cot
tsee Grove, and Aunt Katie Chorchill
has taken charge of tbe boarding bouse
Miss Anna Clarke of Millwood waa in
town last week on ber way to Driver
valley, where she will commence teach'
ing school Monday.
Geo. Gardner returned from Leland
lately where he bas a placer mining
claim, in clearing op be iounu one nog,
get that weighed over $10.00.
Adelbert Wilson waa treated to a sur
prise party by tbe Junior Endeavor So
ciety Friday evening. These socials are
always enjoyed by tbe juniors.
Oliver Kincaid arrived here lately
from Ohio. Mr. K. was formerly of tbia
place. He returns in poor health, and
it is boped be will improve rapidly.
Mia Lmot Withers of Eugene is
visiting ber sister, Mrs. Wm. Kmery.
Miss Withers is ensaeed 'to teach the
school at Rice Hill which will commence
Al Dear came up Irom Portland Friday
where he bad been on business. He
biought a bull terrier borne with him
whicb caused a good many comments.
Al is getting to be quite blooded
Mrs. G J-. Stearns and ber son Roy
came up Irom Jugene Wednesday.
Miss Vinnie Young and May Stearns ar
rived Fridsy. The young folks are
borne during a short vacation of school,
W. A. Taylor went to Springfield Mon
day of last week, where be will com
mence work in the employ of Wash
born A Sons in the flour mill. Mr. T.
wilt be in charge of tbe mill lor four
years. His family will leave here to
join him soon.
F. A. Falkenberg of Denver. Cot,.
bead council of tbe Woodmen of the
World, will be here to visit the members
ol Camp Douglas, on -ibe 12th of this
month, ine members . are
preparations for a good time in general
ana exiena an invitation to an oi meir
friends to be present to help enjoy tbe
pany tbe bid. All articles must be first
class and tbe grades fully defined in each
instance. A list of all the articles de
aired will be found in the First National
bank, Roeeburg, or at tbe Soldiers'
Home. Payments to be made by vouch
era on the Stale of Oregon, subject to
Tbe right is reserved to reject any
part ol all bids submitted.
Roeeburg, Oregon, March 'Mth, 1S!J7.
Notice to Teachers.
That Hood's .Sarsapanlla purities tbe ,y mBkoe atlidavit tbat
blood and relieves a vast amount ol
Bufferlun is not a theory but a well
Mrs. W. T. Wright left lust Friday
morning lor feu Jose, uai., to visit ner
sister. Mrs. Hattie Campbell, wbo Is
very aick at that place.
Curry county gained six school chil
dreu last vear live mules and one fo
male. This is probably the smallest In
are residents of that district and partici
patod in tho proceedings at (he anuual
meeting, aud thus do troubles multiply.
Hiuce January 1st, thirty-eight quarts
and thirty-nvo placer claims have teen C1tes showing their qualifications, whicb
located in this county iu tbe lollowiug miBt be tiled with the district clerk,
miuiug districts: Excelsior 17, Myrtle Mr8 , Alice Sheridan, who ia authorised
Creek 12, Coffee Creek 3, Ark Creek 1, bv ,utt board of directors to note
Wolf Creek 1, Victor 1, Texas Gulch 1, Ue class of, aud time covered by cerlitt
Canyonvillo 0, Byron Creek 1, Middle and return them to tbe holders, if
At the meeting of tbe board of direc- necessary
tors of district No. 4, April 3d, the mat
ter of employing teachers for the coming
achool year was considered. Tbe board
decided not to contract with teachers till
after the expiration of the present con
tract, which will be next May, at the
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CIOSO Ol too l'lw- ' ... , u I. ; Hi.rino
board will receive teacher's applications 1 lof uu "u " m. . V, . "
to leach accompanied with their certiti
The mask ball announced to be given
by T. K. Richardson at tbe Armory ou
Thursday evening was a fitzle. the
cause can be attributed to the fact that
Send your address to H. E. Bucklen A
Co., Chicago, and get a freeXsampIe box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial
will convince you ol their merits. These
pills are easy io action and are particu
larly effective in tbe cure of Constipation
and Sick Headache. For Malaria and
Liver troubles they have been proved
invaluable. Tbey are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious
substance and to le purely vegetable.
Tbey do not weaken by their action, but
by giving tone to tbe stomach and bow
els greatly invigorate tbe system. Reg
ular aize 25c per box. Sold by A. C.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
This ia the best medicine in tbe world
for bowel complaints. It acta quickly
and can always be depended upon.
Wben reduced with water it is pleasant
to take. Try it, and like mauy others
making I yon will recommend it to your friends.
For sale at 23 and 50 centa per bottle by
A. C. Marsters A Co.
cresse ol any county in the state. Creek 3, Himlserubble 1, le Creek 1, jaairej, t the lime of application
Tbe festivities at Richardson's bicycle Cow Creek 2 and 2J at various other lo- Teachera Bonding applications
track, announced for May 1st, have been
poetpoued to a date later in the season
wben the roads will be in better coudi
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Prusby
lerian Church will meet Friday after
uoon April t), 18t7, at (he homo of Mrs
Walter Thackrah. There will be cowing
Messrs. Muusou, Buck aud Briggs,
from tho quiet but pretty villuge of
Edenbower, one of Koseburg's lovely
suburbs, made this of lice a pleasant call
Tho iowu ol l'UKSil ib t oiiBHieraliiy ex
cited this week over tho discovery of
gold about one mile Irom town, on top ol
the bill above Squire Donaldson's ranch,
says the Journal
E. V. Mills, a prominent biiBiueas mau
nl Ashland died there ou Iho 0tb of
calities. certificates bv mail, may have certiti'
The Ladies' Culture Club held a see- cates returned if accompanied by pos.
sion at the city hall Saturday afternoon, (age stamps sufficient for that purpose,
The reporter felt like he would like to otherwise they will be retained till called
peep iu or even take a seat among them for,
to thoroughly report the proceedings, Bids also will be received for janitor
but his sex was against htm aud he work tor the ensuing school. jpar, stat-
hadn't the nerve to usk to be made an lug the amount for which they will serve
honorary member with tho privilege ol ner school mouth. W. f. 1knjamin.
occupyiuu a chair on the right hand of Chairmau Dist, No. 4.
the president. Tho atluudauco was
good. When Capt. S. B. Ormsby, B. F.
P. 15. Whitney, travuliuir. Iroiiiht uizontl Alley aud J. P. Robertson, oi the Sol
of the Southern Pacilio railroad iu Ore- diers' Homo board, left beie for their
i.,rr...u.i n.a KiitMLun i i.ut uhmii. homes the other dsy they were on the
MM bales of tha lsvkl lio!s still remain iu same traiu with the lown lopica Com
the various warehouses of the company pany. Now a fellow pa see u go r brlugs
throughout the Willamette vallov. The back the uews that the meu of the com-
...miianv exuects lo handle a vast Pany went forward to smoke, but Onus
amount of Ibis particular farm product by, ed Alley staid in the coach with
,,i. fall uii.i wintar as tlmru ia avsrv the woiueu. Robert sou for some ressou
I .1 1.tut irttt tit a tr ratal I niraa un in I l ia I IM tint, mentioned. Tbey became so In
March, the result of a tumorous growth, number of bales, mauy yards that were terested that Alley forget that he ever
Deceased was but 31 years of uge and ueglecled last year baviug beeu taud are did smoke aud Ormsby ueglootsd to
leaves a widow and one youug sou. being) put iu shape. leave tbe Itaiu at Salem.
tbe week and still more coming. There
but three ladv maskers, a few
gentlemen and a couple of kids. Mr,
Riohardson soon concluded tbat there
waa no use attempting a ball and so he
MHinested Dr. DuGas to award tbe
prixes.each lady receiving one. Tbey
were Mrs. T. K. Richardson, Miss Min
nie Freeman and Lucy Hartiu. The
best foreign character, tbe beet dressed
lady and tbe leet sustained character
respectively. Ibe gentlemen's prie was
awarded to Fred Hunter and tbe apec
tator's prixe was drawn by young Jones.
It is to Mr. Richardson's credit (hut he
awarded the prizes the same as though
the bouse was full. He bad made con
siderable preparation for this affair and
deserved a better atteudauce. The
dance waa cbauged iuto a social aud tbe
Mr. Robert A. Graham, mauager of
the Coos Bay, Rosebuig A Eastern rail
road, left (or San Fraucisco last night,
accompaiued by Mr. Joseph W. Benuelt,
of Marsbtield, attorney for the road.
Mr. Graham, while in Sau Fraucisco,
will meet Mr. A. Spreckles, who is build
log the road, aud will consult with him
regarding the early compleliou of the
Hue lo Roseburg. Oregouiau.
Sunshine and showers. .
We have plenty of snow today
Farmers are getting along farming
very slowly. .
Willie Reeves made a flying trip to
Tbe little infant son of William Har
vey ia reported no better
Our school will begin the first of April
Miss est is employed as teacber.
Miaa Mm K. Porter of RmMburff waa
the zueet of Mrs. J. II. Wbitsett last
J. D. Cornel ison of Myrtle Creek waa
the guest of Claude Wbitsett Saturday
Miss Emma Dodson of this place, wbo
bas been attending school at Roeeburg
will return home this week to atteud
Miss Nannv Wbitsett of tbia place,
wbo bas been visiting Miss Carrie Dixon
of North Deer Creek the past week, re
turned borne Saturday.
The Deo Die of this Plsce were very
badly excited over the Corbett and r lU
Simmon's bght and lota of people were
very badly disappointed.
IFrom The Mite.
Riddle needs a resident minister ol tbe
About live inches of snow waa on the
around Monday morning but melted
Judm G. W. Riddle, it now appears
is a candidate for United States marshal
for Orecon. This plum is worth about
2500 a year.
Ernest D. Kiddle, deputy assessor bas
gone to tbe southern part ol the county
to do assessment work there. He ex
pects to be absent about two weeks,
Word is received by relstives nere
1 bsve in stock ten "M models, all
new, and otted witn ai. ec w. quica re
pair tires, which I will sell at one-third
lees Iban original price. Thete wheels
are fully guaranteed for one year. Cash
or install mentB. Call on or address,
T. K. Richakdso.v,
For Over Fifty lean.
As Old alio WSLL-Taiao Kimedy. Mrt
Wlntlow'i Soothing Syrup haa been used lor
erer fifty jeart by million i of mother for their
children while teething, with perfect lucces
It soothe tbe child, nftcoi tbe gunu, allay all
pain, cures wind colic, aud ti ths beat remedy
(or Diarrhoea. I pleaaaut to the Uale. Hold by
druggi'ta In very part of tho world. Twenty-
five cents a bottle. Ita value la incalculable.
Beiure and aak for Mrt. W indow's Soothing
Byrup, and take no other kind.
If you have ever seen a child in the
agony of croup, yon can appreciate tbe
gratitude ol tbe mothers who know mat
One Minute Cough Cure relieves their
little ones aa quickly aa it is admin
istered. Many homes in this city are
neyer without it. Marster' Drug Store,
Oregon Fire Relief Association.
Cheapest and best insurance ou earth,
st cost, or 18 centa per hundred. Resi
dent property, a specialty.
II. L. Marhtkkh, Ageut,
To a responsible party or to let on
commission, lor t ne season oi is'j, a
Mammoth Jack, ror particulars, ad
dress, F. L.Mosier, Dillard, Or.
Durinir tbe winter of 18t)3. F. M. Mar
tin of Long Reach, West Va., contracted
a severe cold which left him with a
cough. In speaking of how be cured lr.
besaya: ' l used several sinus oi cougu
tbat Mrs. Jno. Geider nee Miss Sarah syrup but found no relief until I bought
Squirrel polaeuait Mauelera.'
Rice, of Yoncalla. is dangerously ill at
her home there. Her sister. Mrs. W. C.
Winston, of Winston, is at ber bedside.
Tbe family of Section Foreman Rob
iusou, his wife, son aud daughter, came
in from Portland this week and will re
side here permanently. Tbey will re
aide In the Louse formerly occupied by
Jas. S. Benson and family.
Trueaea, a full llua
J, A. Underwood, deputy county clerk,
had at the clerk's office on Saturday a
nice bunch of Isabel grapes whicb bad
been seut by bis father residing in Eng
lish Settlement, near Oakland. Tbey
wore just as round, and plump and juicy,
as when plucked from the vine last year.
Underwood, pater, bas a method of
preserving grapes tbat produces results
like tbat above. He packs the fruit
away dry, placing a layer of fruit then a
layer of papor and keeps iu a oool place ;
it must also be a place, it is perhaps un
ueceesary to add, that must be beyond
tbe reach ol freezing, for a visit of Jack
Frost would be fatal to the fruit. It did
seem liko the fall ol the year lo be able
to partake ol grapee Iu tbeir natural
state iu April.
lMue Hue ol atliotilder braves,
Improved pallet us, at Maralcra'.
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy, which relieved me slmost instantly,
and in a short time brought about a com
plete cure.' Wben troubled with a
cough or cold use this remedy and you
will not ana it necessary io try several
kinds before you get rebel. It baa been
in tbe market for over twenty years snd
constantly grown in favor and popularity.
For aale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle ny
A. C. Marstera A Co.
Highest Honors World' Pair,
- Oold Medal. Midwinter Fair.
Most Perfect Made.
40 Years tat Standard,