The Plaindoalor UE8T ADVERTISING MEDIUM fulilUlieil (very Muii'Iny aul 1 1nn tdajr atoek mid MnlnHlrvol, IIOBItlll MO, DHIUION Y T II PUiNDEALER PUQLISHIKO COMPANY. r v t T4 Tlio '.Plaindoalor I'OST KR.S, ! KTTER IlKAI'H, i ILL 11EADP, LTC.,KTC.,K1C F.ieculud Neatly and l Living Halts. -'iA - ! K .1.1.. 4 :4 v . , ' V --- -WW'M (f I i fcVS' -v ."A A J'CV rA-vNv I i . IX-Xl IIS Vox.. XXIX. ROSKBURG, OREGON," THURSDAY, MAY i.1898. No. 22. (9 i a- A GENERAL DIRECTORY TlTSOf lliSUOKt J..,,...... j.W.M, l,M. ..n ''' '.!" ..... w ivi-runr wllllam I'. I.rd r urr ill itmiu II. H KHumlu nl4l j'maaiirwr ., 1 ' It 1 1 Mnlw li Hii.. I'iiIi. Iii.lnu Unit l. M. Irwl Hii.. I'iiIi. Iii.lnu Unit l. M. Ir 4ihui I'rluli-r W. II. U Aiiuriii' it.'in ml i:, M, Hlittuan it. A. I.KN iiiiin iiir Jn.li'i'K !. K, WiilviTtiin IK. H. lit an .J. II. Kddy ll.tilindi:.iMitiil.i.loiitr I. A. rum (11. p. Lompaon Clerk of llalliuad Coiniulwlua Lydell Bake SSI.OKD JDUK'UL DHTICT( Sildge I!, KlllltTtOB i'tuMivulliii Attorney.. - tv, K, Vnlat V. e. land cirrus, aoaitnueu II. M. blllitldaS aWguuar K. M. Veetuh 0. t. ttiATiitn suetae, Obeorw ... Tho. Uimoi senator A- w. Uses J.T. BrWr. Heiiroeeulaltvcs ..... j U. ;'eiord CU. W. Mddle llnrk iJi.iii.iir liirlit D. 0. A ice rr..ur. r II. W. piuiiulik KchiKil Suuerludeut loii(f1"t Well AMMMUr - n C'ouiilT .'uilau A. t. Hlewrn c..M.D. IS-.'A.'iW ilureeyor will r. ujo Coroner Or. K. U Mlllw Sharp luioou,r ..Tboe. Sulla riicim-t oMcm JuiIIom ., . Jtiliu llamlla .'ouatabloa m..U. C. b locum Major A. C. Muilvil ivVIHIHU let Ward rd WrJ . (D.H. Bliawbiovk C, V. l aiki lll.C. Htaulou 1 1). Mwire lA. HilJ iw im. I'rrv iC. A. MchO rt lo I J. 1'. Alkcn Ijrxier Klco ... I'. W, Dillm-il ilU V(. Rcoor.lcr TicMurvr Mantitl I'UUCT tKMIUKk. Iho ( licull Court lur liouilu t ouuir mocu I ln. Ilium rear lollowi: Tb 1 Mua ly In M.nU, lb 41b Iuoa7 in iun. nj lb Ul MomUr la I'occmU r. 1. C, Vulloru.o ol Hocbui Jii'U". Uoo. U. llrowu, ol KoKburg, i.ncculliin tloiuvjr. i on ul t Coiirl Html Hio Ul We1nowl All llio ll MoiiiUjr ol Juurr. AUrcU, Mat. iolf. isiptrmlK-r nj Nor ember, A. r. Ilrrui, ul 0ltxl, JiKlgo; U. U. 1 Iiiiiii'oBoI r.iil.ur( ml W. II. Mchula.ol Kl'l.llo. eomiuUaloiirri. I'rotwla ( ourl i lu mmIou toullnuoutij, A. I blccrnt. luJuo. Rvclair ntcllaft. T. o. K.LKr), llontUflUI LoUOE. M. S., Imlil Ihclr iriulu ruinmuulcallutia l Ibt o. D. U. T. hull on m-cjuiI nl luurlb TburU il tacb uioulli. All oirmlirni n-iiirlrl to t it ii'l n-cularlr, ii'l all lslllng broibon cor Uialljf luvllod tuallrml. FKF.D TA(il TfSrlS, t. B II K KM AN MAHKa, onMtiy. DOCOI.A4 l-OUM'IL. NO. iV Jit. O. f. A. M., niecla evert We-luenlaif vriulsf at I o'rlnek III thn Obi Maaoola Hall. VUIllD tirolbcia arc cordially iurltod to alleud. V. U. t'anxof, Uao. W. 1'iftRY, louuiilur. Itocordlog rkcrvlary. r AL'UKI. LOIHJK, A. t. A. M., HEUULAK - moetlnia tbg ii aud la Woduiwdait to vacb wuutb. HILK JOIIN.WN, W. H. N. I. jKrt, b tcjr. MlllLETAIlIAN LOilUK, NO. 8, 1. O. O. 1. A ruorla Hamrdar eteulni ol tath week at Iholrballlu Odd Fclluw leinido at Hrmibura. Mewbvia ol Us ordnr In cood alandlnf are lu ti ed to atlcnd. KOUKHI HOI)INnU, N. O. r. 0. Miiku.1, rxc j. ROME lit' KO LOIK1K, NO. If, A. O. V. W. nievla lUa arrood aud (ourtb Muudaja ol ev h month at 7. JO p. m. at Odd ralloaa balL Mumbvnol Ibo ordor In good alaudlug aia lu vllod to alleud. R ENUl'Obr, NO. ?o. U. A. K., ME El's TBI Oral aud HUM luuradara ul eacn mouui. w OMEN'8 HKMEP CORI'U NO. 10, MEET tint aud iiiira rrtdayi m raon mooui. tAltkir AI.M ANCK Kejular yuarlrrli A Mi-vllui a will bo bold at tiraiigo 11 all, In mrcmour. Maroa tulay lu ri'tteuibor. Koai'bunt. I ta flrat Krldar III and Juuv, aud tbo third r RO.SKUCRO ( II AI'TER, NO. . O. K. 8.. MEETS lha aixxjud audlouitbTUurdaa ol eacb nautb, MOD. IE BU.VMBROOK, W..M. RKOINA UAST, Bco'y. R OSBBUKO DIVISION NO T. H. OK h. I., . . ...1 liuialh 4lllii1a. ALI'UA I.OD0E. NO. 47, K. OV V.. MEETS t .vert YYodueaday ovvuiiig at Odd Kollowt Hall. Vlatling KulKbta lu good atandlng oof ill all y luvltod to atlaud. lroteMloual Card. M. CRAWFORD, Attorney at Law, Kooui 2, Maralvn BulldlUK. HOBIBUKU, OB. Cm Bualucaa be lore tba lT. U. Laud OUlc aud uiluTug vaaca a apculally. l.ala Keoclvcr U. 8. Laud Offlco. ttlOAUK at. UOWH. raaD. raot titii. JEOWN TUSTIN, ' Attorucys-at-Law, R. WILLIS. Attorney and Counselor at Law, Will praellaa In all tba aourtf ol tba Rtala. Ol loa la Marattra UuildliiK. Uoug laa ouuoty, Or. J D. STttATFORD, Attorney at Law, Hoouia It aud Taylor WlUou Block. ttOdtBOEU, OB ltMIR V. H0OVZR, Physician and Surgeon, M.ilu HiMtit, ou door touib ol City tlall. HOHKBuno, oa. ink brown, m. d; nKPIilH, ri la.-kofi Hir.f, al In Idciic. ol Mt. J. Illri'r. HOAEBllltO, OR. TMD VOTB IN 1806. tWIoaj w give tb fot lj coootiM At the NoyttaWr tlctutloo, 1809, t b pretrldaollil elvtlon ; McKiol-y DrjAD Hakr 056 1800 non 1074 Pf3 CUrktintf... yj 2J)i) iCUtfoi i4'j jir, L. MILLER, M. D Surgeon and Homoeopathic Physician, 1 Vlbxunbi Ulaaaaaa a paaUlty. yy ILL. P. nEYDON, Vouuty Wui'vtiyor, ud riolwry Vubllc. Own: lu Court Uoi)a. Ord. r (or Hiirrrylng and field NoU'aibmild a addreaawl to Will 1'. llcydon, Couuty Bur Tor. RoavburgOr. T D. EDDY, (J Attoruey-at-Law, UOiEbUllO, OHEGON. RA D. RIDDLE, Attorney at Law, RObEBUKO.OUEUON. Northern Pacific RallrosJ Company, Aie riolliux tickots to all points Kant at hull tbo reuulur iiio. I). H. K.Ut itK. l.acal A.ftit No. 2, Murflteri linildfni,'. STRICTLY riR5TCLA3S. MaawaaiBaa HflTFI McCLALLEN. MKH. U.C. Mal.AI.l.tN. I'rop. MATI.H HI!AIONAULI'.1 Large, Fluu bAuila Kouuia. rrrt'lluatoaudrroruTraloa. &CSIB7&9. Crockery and Glassware ! I. nigral mid Fluent Anaortuielit vrr brought to Kuaubum Mao cotui'ltta llm oi cbolic GROCERIES lOlUCV'B ASH CloABi All kinds of Country Produce MRS. IS. BOYD WOODWARD -TUE- ROSEBURG Doca Uj ALL COMPETITORS! NVaara alwaya iu the LeaJ, anil D.eao to keep there. Tba liotden Uarveat it upou ua, and farm r art amlling Wauao Woodward loo( to their Intercat- I1UGOV iiAitii:s Fall Trlumied . TEAM HARNESS Than are all Leather and Warranted. SADDLES At Reduced Trices. Couiult your pureo and ba ear and it Woodward before buying, ff. G. WOODWARD B UOHWCLLi UouHla Couuty, Orrgou, The aaaTra ol Ibcae burlnci cotitulu ; Iodine n...i.... 11... i .1... . . . k. ... i .... . viunimv, luiiuHiiiiui. i ii u v mi uvuaK o u. nuu and Umo aud l ulorluYa ol C alcium, Jla;ue1tiiil DU sodium. One Bnrliur conlulua 15 aud tho other over .'OOOgralna oi aolld matter to tbo galluu. Located orr tlio Uoulbrm 1'aclllo Railroad. "Bhatta route" Irorn ban Krauctaco to I'ortlaud, la ltuuilat Couuty, Orvfou. Aiirravated oaaea ol Rhouiiialiaiii. NanalCa- Inrrli, Catarrh ol tbo blomaoli, UynpepaU. Dia bote,' Ktmralata, Malarial I'olaonlUKi ailduay run lile. Cnnatlnatluii. Dlacaaca ol tbo BklD. Llvtr aud Bowel, and Venereal dlavaava bats bixu uurvd by Ibo uao ul tbuaa water. New batb-rouma conuroted with tbo main bulldlUK. roatotllce aud t'xpruaaou the )nu ova. ,Jally mail, uorth aud aoulh. Ti)rum-I10 cer week. t. Per-uuy. lue udlus batua. Tho Hotel 1 uuder Iho Immediate auuervla- lou ol t..i'x. ui;n, u. uuwi.li.i uiTt7 - . Mauagcr, Ak your Druggist (or a gcucroua 10 CENT TRIAL-SIZE. Ely's Cream Balm tonlaina m riK'ainr, intrcury nor any other lujurloutUrUk'. It la iulckly Altorlnd. Olvoa Keller at ont o, CATARRH v r i It oiient and Ck'.iiittf ""V", 1 , , , . Vr ll.e Nlu.al I'aaiairc. COLD H EAD Alliiya IuBainiuatlon. "hU 1lltni Ileal aud l'rutvel the Alvuibraue. ltentore the Sriifea of Timtu aud buiell. l ull Niae UK. ; Trial riin KIM at lrui'llir by mail. 1.LV illtoTlltllS M M'aru-u Mrevt, ew Votk. r..v.. I VIM . jUulumbl Crook , C'urr ,: Doonlai ...... (iillUro (iraut IlarDty Jack too . ... Js9S;bla4) ... Klamatb UL , LM Lincoln Llou , Marlon ftlalbour Morrow ; Multnomab Polk Sbartuao Tillamook UvJoa..., UmalilU Wallowa Wttco UOO 1027 007 COO 1918 602 739 270 lW . Ml 347 350 2215 593 2004 3748 313 083 11803 LSrO 420 691 1303 18C3 381 1701 WacblngtoD 2086 YboiMII 1782 15jM 831 071 2059 471 807 :2i Ki2 IIH 403 382 2305 G37 2730 3420 UM 05 1 0403 1335 418 537 2153 2078 012 1367 1504 1730 Total 48711 40730 fb following table abowa tba rote ol tbe different reciocta in Dooglu coao ty at (be aame alec t ion. I'Oll .LAB tOCMY. McKinley Bryan Cow Cietk 20 10 Gleodalo 4H 83 CenyooTUle 108 112 Riddle CO Gi Myrtle Crtek ... 71 133 Civil Snd 27 100 Ten Mile 37 C3 CamaeValloy . 31) 38 Looking i ilm. . 37 78 Weat Kocoburg . 77 45 I'mfMjiia 133 125 Deer Crwk 140 15J Roaeburg. 101 141 Mount Scolt 18 28 Eaet fuipqua ... 22 58 Wilbur....- 10 71 Colea Valley.... 1 63 Uillvood. ...... 10 13 CUkx.U CI 144 Oakland 151 83 Yoocalli ...... . 103 117 PBI Crek. lOt 84 Comatxk 52 30 Elkton 1.0 55 ScotUburg 67 11 (lAnliner 1)7 07 Lke 27 24 Total 1018 205'J Regulta of ProUcdon la Orego. United States Land Sales I und Ap pottloned. .SALkM, May 7. fiaci atary ol titata Kincaid baa apportioned and taiued war ranta, payable io the treaaurerol each county In Oregon, for tba Unitad States 5 pur rent land aalea fund, under an act of tbo legislature approred - February 1, 1S'J3. Tbe total amount paid over by he United State tbia year totbeatata ie (4S23.03, wbich baa been apportioned among tba counties axcording to tbe aroa of each. According to tb law, tbia apportionment abonld Lave been made by tbe secretary of state on tbe first Monday In March, bat that could not be done, because tba money waa not receiyed until a few days ago. This money must ba used only for tbe pur. pose of improving, building and main taiuing county iroads and bridges, Tbe amouut apportioned to each county follows: Baker Ill' 87 Lane.. 200 04 Dentou .... 32 88 Lincoln 50 43 Clackatuaa. 87 CO Linn.. 114 84 Clatsop.... 41 42 Malbsor .... 4!)6 Go Columbia . . 31 10 Marion 05 67 Coos 70 47 Morrow 102 71 Curry 75 09 Multnomab. 22 30 Crook 424 45 Tolk . ....... 33 59 Douglas. . . . 25S 19 Sherman ... 40 61 Uilliam ... 79 19 Tillamook . . 69 49 Grant 207 00 Umatilla.... 143 72 llarney . . . . 630 41 Union , . .... 149 33 Jackaon ... Ill 38 Wallowa.... 140 30 Josepbins. . 87 99 Wasco . : . . 154 29 Klumalb. . . 309 69 Waabiogtoo. 35 64 Lake 405 00 YainbHl .... 35 81 Total .t 1,823 03 KverrboJy Bay So. , , Caacarcta CandV CatbairUe. the moat won derful medical diaveveryef tbe age, pleas ant aud rolreabing; to tno tMte, act gently and iioaitlvely on kidneys, liver and bowela, clcsnnlng the entire ayttem, dlapel colds, cure headache, fever, habitual constipation, and blllouaneaa. Please buy and try a boa of C. C. C. to-days 10, as, QOcenta. bold and guaranteea w cure tj au arugHUia. . Weekly Excursions to the East; ' A tourist aleeptng car will leave Port land every Tuesday at U p. m. via tba O; It. t M. wuuoui cuange to notion,, and under the eupervlaion of experlsucod conductors. No change of cars to tba cities of Omaha, Chicago, Buflato or Bostou. Tbe ideal trip to tbe east is now before you. Remember tbis service when going Kast, and consult O, U. & N. agents, or addreas, w. ii. ucoxuearr, General Passenger Agent, f24. Portland, Or. Subscribe for tbe Pi.Ai'in:Ai.kii. Pursuant te lit policy for several tears past Tbe American Protective Tariff League lias undertaken poll of the la doatrial eaUbliehment of tte Uaited SUtee with veiw 10 oWtaioing trust worthy Information as to the condition of AtnerlcAo labor after eight months of firoteclloo a conlrasted aritli lit condl lion "Im in the corrctpoudiog riod fol lotting tbe enactment of the Wilson Gor man low-Uriff and no tariff Jaw of 1894. Accordingly tbe r(ust tor Information has ioeladed these two points t Average number of ttwds employed duiiog tbe month of March, 1895 and 1809. . . i Amount of pay roll during tbe month oi March, 1895 Bud 1493; In order to Insure the otmost freedom In tbe matter of replie and hence the utmost accuracy of information tho League baa lo every case given tbe fol lowing pledge : "The information esked will be held as strictly confidential ,aod in no case will the amount of w(te be divulged in connection with your firm." Tbe returns tboe 'far submitted ebow some extraordinary reedlte. TLa first Inquiry cards were addreaeed to parties doing business in the Stat of Oregon, and in response there have been received 102 reports repreaootihg 83 different class es of iodostry. A summary of tbe re ports from tbe fitate of Oregon ie as fol lows: IIAHDS KXrLOVtD. Number of establishment s re porting Number of bends employed during March, 1893'. Number of hands employed during March, 1895... j... 10J 1488 l 837 of i Gain for 1898 to number l.an.l. 1....l ' Percentage of gaio. WAOES I'AIO.' Number of establishments reporting Amount of wages paid darinuj March, 1898 1 100,013 18 Amount of wages paid duriog 1 March, 1895 1.049 125 18 102 41,504 01 Gain for 1898 in wages paid Percentage of gain Average wages ner capita, month of March, 1B08 Average wages par capita, month of March, 1895 v. 1 158,538 GS 141 04 153 oi i 49 05 Gain in wages per tapita, per month. 1898 3 40 Percentage of gain.. 7 04 Thie ie an unparalleled ahowiojf, a gain of 125.19 per cent, in the number of hands employed under Dingley Protect ion aa compared with Wileon-Gormas Free Trade ; a gain of 1 11,04 per cent, ia the amount of wages paid, and a gain of 7,01 per cent, in the rate of wagea paid, The latest authentic and accurate re turns as to tbe manufacling industries of Oregon are those of the eleventh census of 1S90. At thst time 1,523 establishments reported, with a total capital ol (32,122l 051 ; number of employee, 18,793. The eight years that have elapsed since 1890 have been years of splendid progress and development for Oregon, barring the four years of depression and industrial paralysis that followed the free-trade folly oi 1393 -97. There baa been a large Increase in population" gnd industrial activity wherewith to measure the enor mous benefits that have followed tbe res toration of tbe American policy ot Pro tection to American labor and industries. In 1390 b vastly different showing was made by Oregon in tbe investigation then made by the American Protective Tariff League covering tbe condition ex isting in July of that year, after two years of Wilson Gorman ism as compar ed with July of 1802, under the McKinley Tariff. It was then found that by the 10 establishments reporting there were employed in 1892, 021 hands, and iu 1890 1 this number bad fallen to 240 hands em ployed, b decrease ot mors tban 5(i per ceut. ' II to tbe great gain in wagea tbe in duitiial production shown for Oregon oy tbeconlrict between March, 1895, under low-Uriff and no tariff and March , 1898, nuder tbe Dingley tariff, to be added the advance iu value ol (aria products and farm property and the general ad vance in valuee throughout that fl ur Ishing stats, tbe showing for proteo.ioa In Oregon would hive to bs reckoned by teas, of millions of dollars. . Oa the first Monday in June ot tbi s yesr Oregon elects two representatives in tbe United States Coureja. This will afford tbe people of tbal elate tbe opportunity for an expression of their ylewe concerning a federal policy that has wrought tbe iplended results indi cated in the returns summarized above The friends of protection throughout the Upiteil Status will be interested In bear tog from Oregon ou tbis subject. From tba" Americau Koiuotuitt," Friday April 29, 1893. . . To t'ur t uu. .' ium forTar. Tuhefuaruret t iimiy t uumiilu. luuorBSo. II C. C. Ci fill! to cure, ui ulv-u refobd pjoaey. ' I hereby aunounce myself as a candi date before the voting population of Douglas couMy, including tbe free sil ver tuen, popullbts, democrats and re publican, to sell Bain wagons from a full carload just received. Also cars of buggiea.barb wire and nails at tbe lowest pricts, all now on hand at Stearns A t'lienowetb, Oakland, Oregon. . Myrtle Creek Items. . Geo. Ledger wood spent ftuoday lastio town. - George is S democrat, but thinks limes have Improved as bs cooH pot. get help with solid cole. Chas. Wonfecotl spent Hands' lett at tbis plars. Chas. has attraction here other than to vise the Umltcspe. Three cheers and s tiger for Commo dore Dewey. . . Ibos. Roasell sad wif attended ah arch hers last Eabbotb. John Brown's little girl Is very sick, supposed lo be Is grippe. Tbe Baptist missionary car "Emaa usl" is elopplsg hers tot a few days. - ii. Jtc'toss of. lbs missionary. ac filled lbs pulpit at ths Christian Chorcn last Bnnday Bfternooo. . . There are to bs b number of fruit dry ers built bet Ibis SGSuuer. Among those building are: Ed Weaver, two; A. 6. Cliooey, J. V7. Branch, Mark Pmitb and Jno. Met. C. J. Rlhev and Nat t made a flying trip to Kossbnrg ou their wheels isst Sonday. Miaa Wilson of Riddle spent Sunday last in the city, a guest ot Aunty Miller. Mvrtle Creek . ia flght-'og Spaniards not days by. ths riemenetretioos from neitfhbarioa oak trees and the remarks from wltboot ths crowd, "I wish I could bavs been with Dewey." ,I wih I coo! J sv auul "Dstsv dlds't do a thing to them, did ho7" On htat BalnrdaT as train No. 32. soing sooth, In cbargs of Conductor Bristow. was polling in on lbs sidetrack to let the reaulsr doss bim. a heavy loaded freight car left tbe track and it ok five boars to replace it Ths cause of the ecadeni was so overloaded cer. also an old car Sod b defective rail. No serious dam age wae sustained. Echo. Bryan's. Decadence . The onlv heps Mr. Bryan has bad of b president isl nomination is 1900 ia to keen the old dishonest dollar istus par- amount ia ths minds of bis deluded sup- potters, and to keep himself its foremott exponent. . Tbe march of events ia de- gtroving'tbls hope. . . The mind 0! tbe public and especially 61 that portion which follows fads lks tree silver will entertain hut one lead ing isane at a Urns. If b new ooe srisee, the - one is abandoned. The Cuban question, and the tnoliplex political isenes wbieh are rapidly developing thereirom, is driving the silver question out of tbe minds of the. people. '. Furthermore, a new popular idol has been set up, and Mr. Bryan is in danger of soeedv dethronement. The triumph al progress of Gen. Fitzhogb Lee from Tampa lo Washington .shows that bs is the prime favorite with tba people of the sooth in ths very states where Bryan and tree ail variant developed their great est strength. When a military favorite is pitted against a political one, lbs latter always goes to tho wall. Lee will, in all prob ability, dethrooe Bryan in popular esti mation. And it will bs B good thing for tbo United states if it shall be so if tbe Democratic party turns to tho Virginian instead of ths Nsbraakan. Lee is far snperior to Brjan in all that goes to make op lbs statssman. Ho is a really great and true mac, not a shifty political demagogue. Bryan ia nothing bnt a jnggler with words, while Lee is a man whose acts stir tbe popular heart. Ths man ot action will always bs prefer red to tbe men of words. Toledo Blade. 1 New Goods! dweate Tew Bevels Willi. Caacarala. Candy Cathartic, mrw eoasttswrtoa forever. Me, SBe. 1( C. C- C. tall, droggUta refund money. father Tims has to halt wkea- be ta.d..wiH,avba know how to take care et her health. Ttrae faa't make her seem ew. - She may he the toother ef tawilyj that snakea we Aiffer- - 1 I W.iwJ .a be young because her heart is young and there ia rich, young blood circulating in her veins. 6hc doean'taaed coameuraaad fage- Sewdere aad ekiM-ereaervere. Pure Wood itheonlytrueekla-preaerrer. lot when awemaa'a blood 11 full of bit foiie Impurities, aha can neither look young nor-feel young. Iter whole constitution ta tolsoned with had blood. It permeates ev fry part. It paraljnes the netTe-ceutreaj weakens the atomaeh; irritates tbe heart, preys wpoa ths lungs aad bronchial tubes. It reduces a woman to a eiate of weakness, nervouaaeas, irritability, dejectiew and met aacholv. Such a wemen can't possibly be youthful, no matter what her aae may be. Eke needs the youthfutaess of highly vital, feed blood. 11. Tierce'a Golden Medical Discovery will give it te her. It will help any woman te get back her youth and treahnesa again; ... , ,- tt gives the digestive and blood-niakuig organs aad the liver power to produce good, pure, healthy blood. It gives color lo the cheeks, aad sparkle to the eyes; drives away pimples snd blotches; w ipes away wrinkles; rounds eut emaciated forma, and creates natural, healthy flesh. Vrs. Bebeccw F. Gardner, of Craften.York .Co.. Vs., wWlae: Whee I waa marrlad I weighed 1 JS t-JunA. I was ukea sick aad reduced in health aaVlroka out with a diaeaae which my doctor u d wasccaems. He treattd my dlaaaaebut failed to do me any aeod, aud I fell away to to ppunda. I began ualiia- Or. Harce'a Golden Medical Die covery, and thuk Ood and you, I en to im prore. Now I weigh no pouoda aud bare ouly (atn two bottlra. I aanoot aay loo muth aboul the medldae. My hnahand says t look younger tbaa I aid the rl ttaie B iw roe, tj years ago." i New Store I A FULL STOCK Ol3 t t Staple and Fancy GROCERIES Country Produce Bought and Sold TAYLOR ft WILSON BLOCK Low Prices I Free Delivery MAKE A NOTE OF IT JUST RECEIVED AT THE SQUARE DEAL STORE. uiii! i DRESS GOODS, ' FURNISH INQ OOODS, CLOAKS, CAPES, 1 CLOTHINO, I BOOTS, SHOES, ETC. At PRICES to Hl'IT THE TIMES WOLLEITBEEG- BIOS Mrs M JOSEPHSOfi Dry Goods Gents' Furnishing ;Goods BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS NOTIOfiS ArtD FAilCY GOODS CANDY CURE CONSTPATIO 25c 50c Sg flU ALL DRUGGISTS his is the Place to Buy Groceries. A full aud complete assortment of all goods usually kept iu a first- class grocery. 1 Everything offered lor sale is fresh;' and sold at very reasonable prices. We have a very choice stock of canned goods, iucludiug both fruits and vegetables, to which we iuvite your special attention. Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Tick els, Sauces, etc., is also complete. We carry the largest stock of to baccos iu Southern Oregon. C. W. PARKS & CO., Grocers.