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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 5, 1897)
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cuii'liiy unlit, nt II it. HI. nll'l 7 " ) m. I'my
it uit lui ', I liuiJ'l.iy i m iiliif.
A. I. W-irw.l., I'Mlor.
I lia (i.tklmul Milling (.'a, proprietors
til the Oakland Holler Mills, have just
tomplolcd a not, or it I overhaul ol 1 1 mi
chuiery uud have put in a new gravity
fii'i'i Mi'i'iirnlnr, which removes ami
HOpaialtii oil ilirl mill ibisl from the
grain. I he scale hopper has btou en
larged and Ilia elevating capacity doubled,
greatly facilitating Ilia handling of grain
from Ilia agiu. Tim picture ul th
mil If, which lia hitherto appeared upon
tho sack, has given way lo a basket ol
acorns printed io grocu, wbith ia not
only appropriate to Ilia acorn brand, but
gives a very piclty effect, I'lio iiiilla are
thoroughly equipped for the inter run,
Mini will Mail ua soou aa uew Kiatucuuies
in, iKWDilily nut iaiur iliau Sept. Nt,
J'lio highest pine will bo paid (or grain,
nod sai'k lurnisliod lice ul charge to
faiitpii wlm almo gi.tin with lliu cum
Deafness Cannot be Cured.
Iiy liM.tl uiplicatiou it llitiy CMUUul
roach lint iliot'il imrtiuiia ul I bo car.
Tbei ih mily ouo tiny to cum uVafiiM,
anil tli.it i liy cotitililotiotial remedies
1'iialiinoM in ciiuavd hy au inthiiuod tou
iliiiun ul tho iiiiu'outi lining ul Hit) Fun-
tachmii In lo. When lliia lube in in
lUuioJ you Imvo a ruuihliug aouiiil or
iiuiHirfci t lii arinv', auil bcn it ia eu
luely lIow.'.I, Deafness in the result, and
unload (lie lull.tinaliou can bo taken out
.mil iIiih tube rutituit'il to Ua mutual tou
liiion, bearing will bo destroyed forever;
iuuo i ,ima nut ul ten aro caiinl y
ttlai ib. w lucli it uotlilUh' but au lu
limned coiiitiliuu ol lliu luucuiib aurlacua.
We ill kuu ino 1 1 uiitl ro J I 'jll.ira (or
uy i(io"l Pjulmai CAtiiiud by calanlu
that i Mini "', bo cuif I hy llulln t atarrU
I'mo Simi.I lor circiilaio, Iron.
I-. J. l'n.Nfc O'., T.'k.loi.
.'-Id by I'ni.iiila, k.
lilt' IllMl NnVIII lllllltKl mid
MllvllUlll IMoUllltl. l.Ulll( ul
1 ft II ill Miu nlci in UK HIOIC.
I here lt Nothlnu So (loud.
I'livro in nolluu unit aa good ul I'r
Kiuu'a.Now Piecoxcry lr Ut'Uauujiitiou,
t'nugUa aud Colds, so duuiand it and do
not ei unl the dealer to noil yon bouio
aubiiiituto. Ho will not tlaim there ia
ruylbiug belter, but iu order to make
iiioio I'roiil bo ui.iy claim eoinctliiui; elae
to ha URl lit) gol. tou wuut IT.
King'H New I'ltinsory because you kuow
it to lie u(e mid roliahlo, aud Kuarau
U'ed to du k'ood or uiouey rvluudod. l or
1'oiiKha, Cold.), UoiiNiiuiiliou and (r ull
allftlluim n( I'liroat, Cheat mi l Lunga,
there in iiolhini: ho .'ood in ia Pr. kiug'a
.New I'iarovery. 'trial boltluH (reo ut
A. C. .Mjiatcra' I'm; tore. Uouhir
tiiO M ivnlrt and f 1 W-
l:or Sale, Cheap.
7 A good Hotel 'Dub, or
immJt iwo-liorau hack. Ad-
dreaa, 1.mumn I'.MiiiHBoN, Hoaoburg.
Sent It lo Ilia Mother In Uermany.
Sir. Jacob J.'Bbenaeii, who ia la the
ouiyloy ol Hie Chicago Lumber Co.. at
Dub Moiuca, Iowa, aaya; "1 Lave juat
hodI bouio uiudiciuo back to my mother
iu the old country, that I khovv from
lieraouul uae lo be the beat medicine in
the world (or rhoumaiiiiu, having uaed
it Iu my (amily for aevoral yoare. It ia
cnllod Chuujberlaiu'a i'ain lialm. It
always doea Ihe work." oOueut bolt lea
(or Bale I y A - C. Maratora A Co.
Rilurate Vour lluwel With t'atoarcta.
Comly I'ailiiirllt', euro coiimlpatlon forever.
l(X-,;'5t. ir C. C C. (all, druthibtsrtfuuU mouiy.
My little boy, when two years ol gc.
waa taken very ill with bloody tlu. I
wu udviaed to ueo ChamburlaSn'a Colic.
Cholera and lirrhia Keuiody, aud
luckily irocurod part o( a botllo, I
tarelully read the directions aud gayo it
Accordingly. He waa very low, but
alowly aud surety he began to improve,
gradually recovered, aud ia uow aa a tout
and strong aa ever. 1 (eel sure it laved
LIh life. I never can praise the lCeniedy
half its worth, I uiu sorry every one iu
the world doea not know how good it ia,
aa I do. Mrs. LiuaS. Hiuton, tlruhama
ville, Marion Co., Kloiida. r'or sale by
A . C. Murslera A Co.
I'luv Hue ol wlioulflvr iiiMccei
Iiiimui-iI piillvriiH, ul Miirnlcrs)'.
No Tloro Hot Uoxcs.
I ho new McCormau biudors and won
era aio iniirovod by thu uao o( roller
bearingM uu cm h journal tliut nroveuts
hunliiiK ind friction. II. M. Maiiiin,
Agent (or Douglas Ootiuty.
Thu docloro ull rucoiuuicud Uouwull
Horiugs' water. Voucaugclil iu any
UHlily(froiiiVd. Harmon, solo uguul.
TliMt ilrvtl, om out, ull none
Ivclliiu ictluccil liy iCxliwil ol
Mull ui niuiMicitt limit Btoic.
Malt ICxIiitvl. 'I' lie wool uoui
laliluu lOuli'i ajvlH, ul MuisjU'IM)
HuniiiiK, itcliiiii; iikiu dinuaiies inutuut
lyiolicved by Du Will's Wilcu Hatl
iSulue, uucoiullod lot culu, bruises,
burus. It bonis without leaving a ucar.
A, C. Marstora A Co,
t'u Ul I iiiialli4lluii Idlrlfl.
Talis I tool Ulttt I 1 1 1 1 I V I Ullial I It: Ilk) 11 AO.
It C. C. C. full to euro, Ui uuyiki iiiuua money.
I.adisi' uatillary belts ut Ibo Novelty
Mrs. I-', W. Uoiinon In visltluu Irionds
Muu'a bit y do goods a ncci laity al
New aud Due lino ul sulrtliiK at the
Hon. II, I'. Ilounoii ol i Hants 1'uns wan
In the city tiuuday.
Waller Itlddlo ol Kiddie w.ii in toviu
the llrat of llm week.
w. Miori aua miu ol wilhur wero
at tbo McCliillou Tuciiduy.
llev. A, U, WvaKall will nruacb at
1'iuogrove cliuicli, Uuuday II a. in,
(I. It, Child has iun:bsed au iulereal
lu the urocory buslueoo o( J. I . liarker
Kerry ickera buy your ails aud grad
ualod iuarl measures at Hid Novelty
Iteuiooilicr that you can nut aeaaoiia
blu goods aud the lowoat prices at Hah
I). J. Noah ol Camas Valley mado thu
otlite a busiueis call while In town Hat
Mr. aud Mrs. J. W. Walters ol lied
Dlufr, Cut., woro gueats at thfl Medalist)
Mr. Hunt o( the Oakland Milling Com
psuy, waa lu town ou business Ihe lirst
of (be week.
T. K. Hhsridan aud family left by pri
vats conveyance lor a few weeks outing
ou Cooa Hay.
Take your wheels to llodeufi 6c llaiu
tin's bicycle repair shop tor repairs
r'iril'claM work don).
i our preserved fruit will keei il you
use tbo black rubber riutis mldrby
Churchill, Wool ley A. McKenrie.
We have croquet sets, t'jps, marbles
and iu fact all kind of autumer goods at
the loviuit price, al fal.uian'e.
lor sale cheap. JO head ol pony
horse., suitable for pack animals. Ap
ply at Senate saloon, Uoseburg.
Our hue of lisli tacklu 1 complete.
Our prices are right, for our lackel is the
best uu the market. At hal.tuau's.
vvtu lourwooJ, who is making an
sclivecauvas to becouio posluianter of
Oaklaud, was at the circus last week.
Money lo loan on city and country
property. P. H. K. Ut u k
Maralere' lluildiug, Koseburg, Or.
We know thu great cuius by Hood's
SiraapAiilla aio geuuiuu bet suite tbo
people iheuikelvei vvrilo about them
loilny (he Novelty More will lviu to
clueo out summer dress goods, ladies
waists, etc. Call and sue these bargaius
A good l.'-gaugo breech-loader ahotguu
(or sale, or wilt oachauge (or gram or
or rjad tail. Al 1. Jackson's suit abop.
Just received, a lew pieces ul Iappot
Mull iu the tivw and latest olka spot
design, very pretty, at the Novelty
James liplou cauie down (roui the
North lrmpiiia Mouday. He reports
the grain crops tho lekt iu that sucliou
for ail years.
The Willannlto alloy had a little
siege of pretty warm weather this weak.
IKjugla couutv has no cause (or com
plaiut thus far.
At coat lor cab. bM pa.r ol coarue
shoes. Also 100 pair womou's shoes ou
the same lerrue, Mraw hats at cost at
II. C. Wanton's.
I.eo Murders and w ile ul Cleyelaud.
Douglas county, are visiting at his
father's, Hev.C. II. Muraters, at Myrtle
I'oinl. Cctjuille Uullctin.
Mr. aud Mrs. Win. Mitchell aud
daughter, Khea, came up from l'ortlaud
Monday uioruiug, aud left Tuesday
morning for l'eel, where they will rusti
cate lor a fsw weeks.
A great dual of bay is being brought
iu uow. I'dople who Hud it necessary or
convenient to keep stock are filling up
their barna preparing for wiuter.
Tho fruno growers should shun the
commission morchanta who waut to han
dle their crops on consignment, aa they
would tho soveu-year itch. Mito.
U. DuUas, physician aud surgeon,
office in Marsters' buildiug. Calls iu
town and country promptly answorod
night orday. Kesideuco.OlI Mill street.
The lmproveiueuts on Mrs. Joseph-
sou's residence are well under way and
wheu complete will add much to tho ap
pearance of what waa before a handsome
Misa Laura teuton ,ul l'ortlaud, who
baa been visiting relatives aud frieuds
iu aud near Ibis city for the past mouth,
returned home on Humlay morning's
If you waul cowboy tope or a pocket
kuifo that is absolutely warruutod lo be
perfect, you will bavo to go to Wead
Hardwaio Co. No half way guarantees
Don't Buffer with rheumatism or ca
tarrh whou you can gut immudiatu ruliel
at ltosnell iSpriugs. Ad. Harmuu, solo
agout at ltoBuburg, for this culubralud
NuiKt. The paitiou who have beou
using tho Wilui (our-bouso road scraper
are buroby notified to returu same (o
mo ut onto. A. I', KiiiiiiNH,
"iiruulScotl,"Lov tbuy yell. Church-
ill, Woulley k McKuutiu still coutiuuu
uelliug bar J ware (o Ihuir tuuuy cub
tonisrs at prices Unit aio ahvaya satis-
factory. Ihey koop what your waut.
ti'J cunts buys h I'ioucU cbuiuuie
gloyo, which (ormorly sold for ouo dob
lu i. Cako ul tbauiula soap lioo with
every pair. Tula ia a big bargain, a
closing out job at tbu Nosolty Huro.
It. Koehler, mauager ul (ho H, 1', Co. 'a
liues iu Oirgou, was up Turuday au
cuwpauiud by ', y, llrutbtrlou. Tbey
were iuterviewiug tbo aeeoesor iu regard
to (be sFstesuieult tl the cumpauy's
property In Douglas county,
Win. It. Koot of this city las been
grauted au Increase of pcnslou,
Insurance uomiaoies refuse (o insure
Clondykera; the risk Is too great.
Tho stsgo of tbo water lu Ihe Ump-ua
at this tlmo may be sall to bo about
1 ho mail service from Cauyouville to
rurduo Is lo to increased lo three llmos
Judgo l'ullertoii returned lanl week
from Tolodo, where he has beeu holding
a term of court for Mucolu county.
Mine Lllllo llradley lull tho lirst of tbo
Week for a few weeks stay al her home
at Oakland, Oregon. -Urautu 1'uia four
(.loo. I.auueubvrg ol thu City News
HUad, who ban beeu in California for
the past year, has beeu appointed super
visor of forest reserves for California.
Kay, bavo you lu srd you can gel gal
vaulted water pails lor I'm;; slop jars M
cauls; 3-incu strap hingca cents;
clothes fins 3 dot.. 0 cents, at Wsad
1 cod lu tho mouutainn is said to be
excellent aud stock taken in there would
come out rolling (at lu a little while
I'ersons coming out say the country
hereabout looks like a parched desert by
II. M. Martin will veil the best binders
and mowers to bo bad, for tbo season ol
1M7. None of your light, endless chsiu
concerns, that will play out in ouo or two
aeasons. The public is respectfully in
vited to call aud examine for themselves.
Dr. Ilradlcy aud Misa Rose Dushey
were married at I'ortland on Friday and
both sailed that night for Alaska. They
escaped a charivari by haviug the cere
mony Hrformed there; but the best wish
es ol a host o( frieuds go with theui jusl
The iniues of Douglas are giviug prom
ise ol belter yield thau was anticipated.
Thure ia nolhiug of the bonauzi order
about any of them, but scores w ill bring
a good return on the investment. Cap
ital can find profitable employment in
1-'. W. Iioueoii received a letter the
other day from l out sua. asking if he
would uamo thu mau lo be pootujaater at
that place, provided all the applicants
would submit the matter to him and
agree to abide by his decision , but f rank
said, "no thank you."
t. It. l'orlor eipecled to go to luu city
of Mexico before Ibis but has concluded
uottogo for the present, but to wsit,
anyway, till tue wealiier is cooler uou
there. Mexico is uut the best couulry
u the world (or a poreou uuacclimated
lu tho summer eeasou.
J. M. Tremble of Merliu, has arrived
iu Ihe city aud will remaiu permsuenl
ly. He w ill be associated with Hodeou
A Hamlin, who will go into the guueral
blatksiuitbipt; buaincse Thcv will
erect a buildiug lorluwilb ou the corner
ol Koso uud Lauo streets.
Why wuultl it not be a good idea (or
tho city couucil to Us up the grounds
auuul tho city Imll, sow it dowu to grass
aud have the mamhal keep it iu order?
It would beiiddiuK a littlu to the duties
ol the marshal, but ho could ulille the
labor of au occaaiousl hobo.
Thu New l'ra l'lour Mills have luu
thoroughly overhauled by tbo new own
ere uu I they solicit pstrouane, guarantee
ing litat-t-)ae noik. One grade of flour
for all. l-'oity pounds of llour er bushel
givuu for wheat. Cash paid for wheat,
rye, corn, buckwheat, etc.
ti. W, r.ABiu ouo oc Co.
The fruit crop iu Nuth Douglas w ill
be something unprecedented this year.
Ircbarda which have formerly been too
youug to bear heavily are now beginning
to come ou, and everything in tho shape
of a pruue treo ia loaded sj that the
limbs are already crackiug. There w ill
probably be between 800,000 aud 1,000,-
000 pounds uf dried frnit, or 60,000
bushels of green prunes from South
The Kiddle Mite has suspeuded for
lack of patronage. The following from
its last issue tells the tale: "While
reading our republican bible wo found
the following text, which tells the Mite's
story truly and briefly : 'There is no
motive to make a product if you can't
tiod somebody to take it. The maker
must llud the taker. You will Dot em
ploy lubor to make a product if you can
not find a buyer for that product after
labor has made it.' "
Miss Mar Wheeler left her homo ou
Kontuck slough Tuesday to blackberry-
ing. A short distance from home the
young lady of 17 summers was joined by
her lover, a Mr. Munderland, 0 years her
souior, aud the cou'ple Utcided to elope.
They wuul tirat to Empire City, aud
theu to the (Joverameut Works, where,
by muaus of a small bout thoy got on
board tho steamer Areata eu route, for
Sau Frauisco, aud if their plans worked
out aro uow (reo from the wratL of auy
ugured parents. Marahtiold bun.
The ciicus has come aud gone, uud
with it a goodly number of tho dollars of
our daddiet, thu ouly buvolupus, the
riding liou, lhi olophauts three, uud tho
circus leuiouade. Asa show it waa a
fairly good ouo, an circuses go uow-a
days, but il lucked the gang of sure Ihiug
gamblers aud highway robburs that usu
ally uttcud, uud was tborofoie rather a
disappointment to tuuuy. There was a
largo altoudauco iu the afternoon aud a
fair sued crowd iu tho cveuiug.
1'wo cases werp tried this week buloro
Justice Ilumliu. Cue uu Tuesday was
that of I'aul Uruukuer vs. J. Cumurou to
rocovor possession of promises. C. A.
Huhlbrodo uppoarud for the plaiut ifl' aud
Urowu tV Tuatiu (or Ibo defoudant. It
was submitted aud Ukou uudur adviso
wont till Friday. The other w us u cuao
(tuuj Catuuu N'ulle1 w hereto; Jacob Pout)
plaiutiff, uud C. A. Mibler, defeodaut,
djeagreud about sumo bay. Denu re
covered judgment agsiuHt Uiblur for 0l
aud cojl. Iu Ibis tats UronniV Tuetlu
weie for the pluiulilf and Heblbrcdu for
W. U. aud W. T, Lowell of olalla were
guests at the McClallnu yostorilay
'oho Church was killed at Kugeriu
Monday by falling from a building.
Mian JVa aiooro i'i caiuoou, ills., ms
lor of Mrs. Fnlkunr, ft iu llio city n
Judge Northup ol j'lultuuinah county
has boon appointed truntoe of (ho Hoi
diors' Home, vlco Urmsby, rcninneJ.
huiienutuudcut Availo will hold (wo
institutes this yoar, ouo al t isrdiuer ou
the Jith and ouo horo laleriii the sea
DougloH couuty Keif ,Wj from the
stale school (uud apportionment, and
r2,l'Ji (rout the county fund Thu rate
Is ll.lti per capita.
A rouud liip ralo ol S 1 . 1 has bueu
made lo Ikiswell Njirlogs goin tialurday
and ruturuiug ou Monday. A ralo of
tl.K5 Is made good for TO days.
James Wilhycouibo of Jfillsboro, state
veterinarian, came out to Oaklaud TueS'
day evening to look at a diseased horse
on Ihe farm of Mr. I'erdue, aud returned
Mrs. Wm. While of l'ortlaud, wife o(
l.'ugincer White of thu local, is In the
city wilh her children visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Oeo. Estee. They expect lo return
home on Hnnday.
Word was received in this city last
evening that an elderly mau, named
r-arKeuf, futlicr-iu-Iuw of A. J. 1'itner of
Voucalla, com mi ttcd suicide at that
place yesterday. Cause, ill health.
1'rof. Oalch and family went to Cor-
vallis on Tuesday. The professor is the
newly elected president of the Agricult
ural col lego aud went over to lakechargo
of that institution.
Iluaiucsi in exceedingly uii.l iu Itote-
burg just uow. Cause big cru and
everybody busv taking care of them. It
will react by and by and this (all will see
the best business sesson for a long while.
T. F. Fisher of Olalla was iu the city
yesterday. He ban just moved into his
new residence there aud feels pro J J aud
happy, and well he may, for it is said to
be tho finest buildiug betw ecu Koseburg
aud Myrtle I'oiut.
From the long procesniou of teams
that came lo Ibe city ou Friday last, cir
cus dav, aud each wagon loaded with
H:oplt, it would seem thai the farmers
of this section were not dead broke, at
least uot before that day.
Jap Waite. the popular Southern Fa-
ciUc engineer, aud Miss Lditu Imbler,
one ol Koeeburu's cetimable vounir
ladies, were united iu motrimouy at the
residence ol J. F. liarker lunl Moudav.
Their many frieuds wish them a long
aud happy life.
Harvest is iu full blast all over the
state- The graiu of Douglas couuty is
mostly iu the blicuf, the yield will be
fair and thu imalily good, ff our rains
had come two wcuks earlier tho yield
would also bavo liccu Kood. A liiile oc-1
caBional rust is recited.
the Slate Normal school ul Drain, has
takon a great forward Blip iu providing
a training school uf F0 ctiiulreu of eight
grades for the ex press bcuetlt of its grad
uatee. The school has adopted the plau
of thu buet 1. aster u normals, via: duvot
ing more time in making its students
trusters of the common branches, aud
less ou college braucbes. Tho new cata
logue and guide book, owing to the great
ly improved maoueriu which it is writ
ten, has received the applause of both
people aud press. It is scut free lo all
parties interested iu practical uormal
It is wilh deep sorrow aud regret that
w e learu that Commissioner W. L. Wit
sou is in a very serious condition. Sev
eral months sgo he learned that he was
affected with caueer of tho face aud im
mediately weut to the hospital nt l'ort
laud aud subjected himself to tbo re
moval of it, which required the amputa
tion of oue-balf of bis lower j.tw. He
rapidly recovered from this operation
aud w as regaining his health w hen the
caueer agaiu beguu to grow iu u moro
violeut form and has uow overspread his
ueck aud tousils. He is uow under the
care of Dr. lioguo. Mile.
Don't forget Ibo meeliug ut ihu court
house ou Saturday afternoon to discuss
the sugar beet proposition. It is con
ceded that tho establishment of a factory
would be of immeuse bcuotil to tho peo
ple of Douglas county und especially to
the mau who raises tho beets; but capi
tal will not bojuvestcd uuless it cau
have the guaiautco of being employed.
What is the use of building a beet sugar
factor if lucre are to bo no beets ? A
factory to bo protitublo must be busy,
and iu order to bo busy it must be sup
plied wilh the raw material. Oct to
gether uud discuss the )ucatiou uud sou
what can bo douo. Tho section (hut
can produce the largest iiuantity ol
ueeia, other tumgs being cnual,
likely get the factory.
AT THE H. U. CHURCH SUNDAY.
The W. C. T. U. In the Morning and
"Vc6lcy" In the Uvcnlng.
At the W. C. T. U. meeting lo bo hold
ulluuM. K. church Sunday morning
uext August 8, tho following program
will bo rendered:
Music, by tho choir.
Scripture reading aud prayer.
Music, by the choir.
lCucitatiou, Haitfl 1'aUerson,
Kecitutiou, Mrs. II. F. Kichards.
Addroasus, JuJgo F. D. Stratford uud
Hon. Ueo. M. Jirowu.
The postponed "Fvouiug with Wusloy
aud hiu Hymns" will take place in Ihe
oyouiug, opeuiug with a uoug sutvico,
cousiutiug ol hymus, uuthem, duet, solo,
etc., all written by Weuluy. Followiug
will bu a pupor on "Liio ol Chuiloa Wus
ley" I'repared by Miss Koso I'arrott;
altio uu uddiusM on "Wesley 'a Hyinus"
by J. 1. Fddy.
Mi. V. D. Yuukei, u well knowu drug
gist uf liowliug Ciiouu, Ohio, iu upoukiug
of Ctiamboi l.ilu'u Cough Kuinmly, says :
"I laku pleasure in nvommendiug it to
my cuBtomuis, (or 1 uui certain (hut il
will always please Ihoiu, I null muio ul
It than all other kiudt put together,"
f ur salvby A.C. Marslets ot Co.
I A ti-A tft I 1. . - -.. - .
iircigni rrrcta. Scotlablir. f "7iKt
There was mite a wreck ou the South-
orri i'i:inc on Tuesday iiioruiog, It oc
cm rl jusl south of Marlon station and
about half way bttnteu Salem and Al
bauy. 'I ho south bouud frviglil, ou the
morning iu 110681100, i rsnhed Ibronk
burning bridge The bridge was just
around a curve when approached from
the north aud consequently was not ob
served by the engiueer of the height till
loo late lo slop, iho engine and ouo
car pMssud over the buxulng structure io
safety, but the four followiug cars broke
through ami wcro plied up. Thceo im
mediately look lire. One waa loaded
w ith coke and il burned hoi. A lire eu-
glue was sunt down from Albany aud
played upon the flames, taking water
from a liltlo stream lhal was fortunately
near, or that carload of coke would be
burning for a week. The cars lhal went
into Ihe ditch wero utterly destroyed.
with their contents, except the Iron
work, and the raila were bent from the
best as though they were potty. Fortu
nately no one was killed. One brake-
man received a few cuts about the head,
and the Oremao, who jumped from the
engine, received injuries that will lay
him tip for a little while, but aro not se
rious. The (pace burned was abort and
as soon as the wreck was cleared awsy
it took but a little while lo repair the
track. The overland trains went by way
of Cofvallis and the west side and tlx.
locals tranaferred around the wreck on
Tuesday, ftuperintondent Fiolda was at
Albany at the time of the accident and
went down, personally directing the
work of cleariog np and transferring. It
was a fortunate thinu that it was a freight
lustead of the overland that was
wrecked. If four carloads of sleeuins
passengors had dropped into the furnace
it would bavo been awful. A number of
paesencera were on the southbound local
Tuesday en route for Yauoina bay, and
ttie O. v. 6t b. people held their train at
Albany for them.
Mrs Tulteu and Mrs. Iientlov uf Cilen-
ellen were iu town trading ou Monday.
Mr. Wm I'. Totten and Mr. Smith are
out ou a hunting excursion in the West
Miss Tillie I'almer was thu truest ul
Misa Mima Hamilton at Hamilton
Heights last week.
Mrs. Celia LaoKeuberu. who ia uot
only popular but handsome and good,
was on our etreets Sunday.
W.II. Kedtield and J. Nell' started
last nock for Crater Lake, where they
will spend some months hunting and
Mrs. I'almer of unner Cow Creek has
made several tripe to Glcudale lately
wilh frufl and vegetables w hich ebe sells
Mr. O. E. Oorslino aud Mr. ami Mrs.
F. Gorsliuo aud Mrs. Ida Van Order will
leave for a month's outing at Crater
Lake uext week.
Miss Jeunlo KobcrU and Misa Mul-lmh
Moan wero the guests of Mrs. Mary
Wood at her beautiful home on Flliu"
Crock, laat Sunday.
Mr. aud Mrs. II. C. Smith aud Misa
Juliette Slocum are going to spend their
summer ouung at uienuaie. itiey will
bo here about tho 15th, ioet.
It waa with Profound regret lhal ia
noticod the valedictory of the Kiddle
ante, tho ante and its youthful editor
haj many friends in South Douglas.
Mr. aud Mrs. Grant Levens, Mr. Will
Loveus aud Miss Noltio Kedtield and
Miss Ida erU went by private convey
ance to Grants Pass to attend the circus.
Glandule is eniovius a veritable boom
iu business, and two new buildings of
goou sue are oeing erecteu ana nouses
are iu demand for renting. It seems
evident that the McKinley wave has
Mr. aud Mrs. Arthur Albro uf Tuuuel
5, scut Suuday at Glendale as the guests
of Mrs. K. Holtz. They mado us a
pleasant call together with their pretty
and interesting children, Amy, Grace,
Farl and Owen. Come agaiu.
Kev. F. Gorelinc will preach at 3 p.
m. next Sunday, at the parlor of Mi..
Dockhoru's hotel. He requested us to
Bay that his having failed to meet his
lust appoiutment here was unavoidable
aud very deeply regretted by himself.
Miss Ida WerU of Grouts l'ass is visi
ting Miss Nettie Kedtield at lioskydull.
She will loave about Sept. 1st, for Drain,
whero she will spend the coming winter.
Fnroute she will visit frieuds and rela
tions at Myrtle Creek. Miss Ida is suf
fering from bronchitis and is already
beuetitted by tho climate of Cow Creek
valley, aud we hone to be able to chron
icle her eutire recovery iu tho near fu
ture. Mold it.
Lou Sherman went
to Salem Sunday
C. I'arliu aud family left Saturday fir
Harrisburg where they will reside.
Mrs. K. T. Kinir waa visilint; frieuds
here laet week and w ill go to Medford
Maicellus ot Fsleaaroiu receipt of a
shipment of groceries aud ladies furnish
C. T. Wilson weut to Cauby Suuday
nUht, to take charge ol the S. 1', Co.'s
railroad slutiou there.
Mrs. Geo, Sacry relurued to her home
iu Silverlon Saturday, after au extended
visit with friends hero.
F. Lawrenco and wife of Cau you City,
Fastoru Or., ure visiting with Mrs. L. a
undo, Mr. W. II. 11. Dcardortf iu tho
F. G. Youug 0c Co. received this week
a large shipment of Klondvko furnishing
Koods iu meu's wear, also shoos uud
lioru, to thu wile ol Louiu Marcellus, a
daughter weighing 7.'i uuuds, early
Suuday uioruiug. The parents are hap
py and all aru doiug well.
Mis. L. McCuuley aud daughter
l raukie, weut lo Koaeburtt Thursday.
From there they will go lo Dillard to
visit w ith Iho lamily ul Kev, F. W. Leou
ard. Wm Uouly Dull, A. M., of Wushiug
lou, D. C, is here completing tbo geolog
ical survey. Ho will go from here to
Coos Co. to complete the survey iu (hut
W. F. McKuthuie, I'hil lieckley,
Hurvo Muhuuey uud Maiius Marcellua
left Tuusday for the count. They will be
guuu several wocks and will visit all
places ol iuleresl aud enjoy themselves
geuerully. Titan v.
Tho Wumau's Circle ul W, ul W. will
meet iu Odd Fellows' ball uext Mouday
cveuiug al 8 o'clock. All membuis mu
icijueulud lo bo preseut.
M w UceiiguM lu mm 1 1 paocr l
Mr. arid Mrs. Joe Henderson have a
Mine Fva Spencer is vicifing at hi-r
ii uclo's, A. I;. O-iouf.
M"l'r w I" lowu recsutly.
She bol l UiOfitiuitN at llin ! ....!
school house in tho mornings and al ihe
uuui or iiie miner nr(), ln u nftor.
E, l'aKcrou ami wiu Ua
I'r. ChosUlru is al llm I'-l
He and bis wife will Mum home In a
Mrs. Myrtlrt Smith lainn uu lri,i nr.
tiiuor Isst week.
Dr. LI woo J lamu up, aud weut out to
pay a professional call on Grandma lett
er, VVe aro sorrv to m aim iIimm i,..t
improve very much.
llarvctlina ia well lu iiroimHa out in
the country, and promises to m very
The roads are ireltinir vorv dustv. ami
the weather is quite warm. The ther
mometer registered 91 degrees a day or
i wo ago.
J. lieckley brought a email drove of
cattle up the river the first of the week.
Mrs. F. 1'owell is viailinir her husband
and daughter of this place.
Key. Wolfe preached here last Sunday
to an audience which attend church m.
Mr. Smith of Missouri, ia vinitini l.ia
aunt, Mrs. J. M. Stark.
Mrs. Russell Dimmick is slowly im
proving after a severe illness of about
Rorn. to Mrs. Mary Hart (nee Kinder.
formerly of this place, a seven pound
Fruit dryiuir season will soon be in
full blast, which will give employment
to a gcod majority of the farmers of tbis
The farms are beautilullv lined witn
golden wheat, and tho sound of tbe
reaper and binder arc beard in every di
rection. Tho prospects are that there
will be an abundance ol (train every
"Scribe" on the Outlook.
Good limes must be at the threshold
with the prospect ol congress adjourning
and the prosperous condition ol the
banks iu New York. The bank state
ment of tbat city for tho week ending
July 17, shows the greatest amount of
deposit lor the week with but two excep
tions ot any previous record being over
1000,000, with cash reserves of almost
3X),000. The losn item altaiuad a very
high ligure, exceeding any previous rec
ord. The banks according to tbe report,
gained no loss than G,071,700 io cash,
aud if Ihe deposit Item is correct the
money is lying absolutely idle in tbe
The discovery of so much gold iu the
Northwest may have a tendency lo
change the world's staudard aud over
turn financial theories.
The l'all Mall Gazelle of Loudon eeti
uia's that thousands of tons ol . wheat
will be required from the I'acibc coast,
owing lo the shortage of the crop in New
Zealand and New South Walee.
Muic aud blue vitriol, for eprajr
lug; purposes at Sfaratcra'.
Observation ami Suggestion.
l.o. l laisiikallb: it appears lo me
from the persistency of tho Keview Ld
itor ou the matter of tbe 6. 1'. K. K. as
sessment, that ho has lost Ida pass and
is vigorously working for a renewal of
And while the all wise editor referred
to is monkeying with public affairs, why
does bo not recommend that tbo school
suiKiriutendent subdivide the territory
in tbe county into school districts and
uot leave a large amount of K. K. lands
and other real property iu no school dis
trict whatever and thus not liable to its
share of tbo burdens of special taxes that
they should pay. Gbamikh.
No-To-Bac for Fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
men alroni', blood pure. 50c, 11. All Uruc'isl.s.
Did You Ever
Try Electric Kilters as a remedy for your
troubles? If not, get a bottle now aud
get relief. This medicine has beeu
fonnd to bo peculiarly adapted to the re
lief aud cure of all Female Complaints,
exerting a wonderful iuiiuence in giving
streugth and tone to the orgaus. If you
huvo ixwa ot Appelate, couslipaliou,
Headache, Fainting Spells, or are Ner
vous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy
or troubled with Dizzy Spells, Electric
Kilters is tho medicine you need.
Health aud streugth aro guaranteed by
its use. Fifty ceuts aud f 1.00 at Mar-
ster's Drug Store.
BKADLFY-KUSIIEY. At l'ortlaud
July 30, 1S'J7, Dr. K. L. Kradloy and
Miss Koso Dushey , both of . Koseburg.
WAITF-IMKLFK. At the residence of
J. F. Barker, West Roeburg, Aug. 2,
13'J7, J. Ii. Waite and Edith Imbler.
AU, or your share
Schiiings Best tea
is ? -because it is fresh-roasted.
What is the missing word ?
Get Schillings Best tea at your grocer's; take out the Yellow Tuket
(there is one in every package); send it with your guess to address below
before August 3 1 st.
One word allowed for each yellow ticket.
If only one person finds the word, he gets one thousand dollars. If
several find it, the money will be div ided equally among them.
Every one sending a yellow ticket will get a set of cardboard creeping
babies at the end of the contest. rhose sending three or more in unu
envelope w ill receive a charming 1898 calendar, no advertisement on it.
Besides this thousand dollars, we will pay f 1 30 each lo the two persons
who send in the largest number of yellow tickets in one envelope between
June i s and the end of the contest August 31st.
Cut this out. You won't see it again.
Address: SCHILLING'S BEST TEA SAN FftAjpCUCO
To mm n i
L' lll CLl1'
Cclibrtr, for It. steal leavciiitK
,jiir i(h ami bcalthfiilnnra. Amnran tb
, 'Mali"! alum aud all fftrmiof adtil
.Kratlon common to tlio chran liramlx.
SOYAI. B4HIMO rOWDRK f0 KW Yu.
Resolutions of Condolence.
Adopted by ITiiletarfsn Lodge No. 8,
V 9' V; ft. opon 11,0 dal, o' brother
John M. Wright, p. O.
WiisntAs, It becomes our sad duty
lo record tbe footprints of the Angel ol
Death, who has again swept through our
ranks, bearing from our view John Merit
Wright, l'ast Grand of tbis lodge, whoso
kindly and genial face and wise counsel
will greet os no mors; and
Wucrbas, Oor lodge has lost a quiet,
thoughtful, consistent and bighlv es
teemed member, who was true to every
trust confided to him, never iu a single
instance flagging in Iho performance of
any duty imposed upon him by the or
der, while few members had a keener
perception of tho aima and nurnoawa nf
Odd Fellowship, and none moved with
moro alacrity to develop them in their
fullest grandeur and realization, and
Whereas, Our city and state has lost
a good citizen and his family a loving
husband and father, therefore, be it
Hooked, That while we bow in hum
ble submission to the will of the Grand
Master above, we do not the lees monrn
the loss of our brother ; end
Rctulied, That our heartfelt sym
pathies be extended to the family of tho
deceased, realising; that what is their
lou is his gain, and
IUtolccd, Tbat these resolutions be
spread upon tbe minutes of the lodge, an
engrossed copy thereof, be furnished the
family of tbe deceased and copies fur
nished the pspera of Koetburg aud the
Pacific Odd Fellow for publication, and
IUsotrcl, Tbat the charter ot this
lodge be Urad and the members wear
the usual badge of mourning for a period
of thirty days.
"The form we've loved iu daya departed
from our midst has passed away,
While e wauder weary hearted, 'mid
the shadows by the way.
Oue by one the (inks are broken iu our
chain so fair and bright.
Said I, 'broken links', not broken, ouly
hidden from our sight -Drawiog
ua still upward, upward,1 to
that land of rest and light.
There,- where hope becomes Ir uit too,
when the lost again we greet,
May no goldeu link be broken, but tbe
chain be then complete."
Submitted in F. L. A T.
It. M. CONKUNU,
N. T. Jkwirr,
J. W. STRAJilifc,
W. F. Benjamw,
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