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MAY 10. 18US.
Republican State Ticket.
T. T. GK1.R, it llsrh.u.
Svoretarjr of State,
K.I. 1)1 NBAH, of lUtK'p.
CUAKLES 8 MOOKK, of k'atuatu.
Hi-n-riiitriiitciil el Public InMiuclton.
I. II A('K KKMAN, of Mill Humi U.
V. A. MXRE, of Columbia.
D. K S. KLACKBl'KN'.ot Linn.
W. U. LEEP.i, of Jecioi.
v ongremnmi. First District,
TflOS. U. TONI..I I, of Washln.Un.
Judge. Second, Judicial Plttrtct,
A. C. WOODCOCK, of Lau.
District Attorney, Second Judicial Diatrict.
LEO. M. BROWS, of IVUgla,
COUNTY RF.PUBUCAN TICKCT.
A. F. STEARNS
J. A. BLACK.
.. II. SHITE.
( ounty CommUslouor,
(. II. BEYLKS.
w. s. BKirr.
i.Kti, W. MMMK'K.
sctnml Suprriuten Jtiit.
.. It. RIDDLE,
V V. BROWN,
A I!. MATTOON".
W. 1 1IEY1H3N.
K I.. MII.IKK.
DtLK CKEEK PRECINCT.
Justice of the Peace.
W. K. BENJAMIN.
II. C. t-LOCCM.
Keep t It e 1'upsout of Ibe State Louse.
"Tho next legislature should knock out
I lie state militia appropriation," Chas.
Ilou. A. M. Crawford who is attending
coui t at Cox utile City spent Sunday in
town ou a vi6it with relative. Mat sh
ibe map of tbe United Stales need i
revising any n ay. Let's take in Cuba
and l'orto Rico, tbe Philippines and the
Young Mi. King, tbe fusion candidate
for governor of Oregon, carriea with Lira
t populist orator from Arkansas to do
his. talking for him.
Will some one please notify Mr. VTil
liam Jennings Bryan of Nebraska, tbat
co-partnership heretofore existing be
tween tbe bushel of wheat and tbe silver
dollar, has been dissolved.
Antone Abingtone, of the Soldiers
Home has been granted a pension of $12
per month. Or to put it correctly,
pension has been granted of which Mr.
Abington will receive M and tbe state of
Oregon, by virture of rules 13 and H,
will receive fS.
Luther A. Wiley, tbe republican nom
iuee for school superintendent of Lino
county, like ourCapt Hamlin, was s
member of tba O. N. G. and like Capt.
Hamlin, he voluntered, with bis com
pany and has gone to San Francisco, on
bis way (3 the Philippine islands.
The difference between the old and
tbe new naval methods and equipments,
is shown by tbe fact that in 1762, when
the British captured Manila, it required
a fleet of thirteen ships and almost 7000
men of whom 1000 were lost in (he as
sault ou the fortifications. Admiral
Dewey La accomplished the same
tbiok', with much lees men and shins.
and without loss of life or damage to bis
Ueo. M. Urowu, republican nominee
for distiict attorney, who has been mak
ing a tour of tbe county greeting hie host
ot friends and acquaintances was in
MarHhlield several days the first of the
week. Mr. Brown served this district
as prosecuting attorney one term and it
must be Baid to bis credit tbat he proved
an ellicicut and capable servant of tbe
people, over guarding the interests of tbe
stale and making a record tbat lie may
well bo proud of. Marshlield Sua.
Two years oyo, we paid a farmer 1j
for a fresh milch cow. Last week we
paid auotber farmer k0 for about tbe
same grade uf a cow. Tbo first named
farmer sold oOOO bushels of wheat last
fall for 80 cents per bushel and last week
he sold iOtonn of hay for $10 per ton, and
if he had held it a few days longer he
could have had $1:2. And yet notwftb
sUudiin; these couditiou. Bub Veatch is
traveling over this congresuiunal dis
trict telling the farmers that unless tbey
turn ildVu Tongue, whose vote in con
gress has helped bring about these con
ditions, aud put hiui iu with his free
trade ideas, tbey will starve to death,
(irent idea Ihat would be, would in nt?
DON'T TRY IT.
Twotr three states havo tried I ho ex
letimont of turning their govcrmueut
over lu the puliM and in every
Instance they have Ivcuine heartily sick
of their action in dohm m. No greater
calamity co'ild H-ihII the et tie of Oregon
than to have the word go out that at the
coming election the state had elected
tho fusion candidates for state otliccrs.
Some uf Idem) candidates are not popu
lists aud have no sj mpwtliy with popu
list dorHiucs, but tho pUllomi on which
they wero nominated, is rank enough to
suit the uiott radical opulisl that oer
lived, aud t lit flection ol the Ineioii
state ticket o'i that platform would
put them all in the same category.
There 1 not almsiucss man or a farm
er of any intelligence in tho state of
Oregon, but know that tho aggirgate
value of the property lu tbe tlatc of Ore
gon will depreciate millions of dollars as
a direct result of the election of the fit
sion stale ticket it that calamity should
befall the ttate. Kvery bauker in the
state knows that in the event of the
election of the fusion candidates on
the populist platform on which they
are running, it would cause tho with
drawal of millions of dollars now in
vested in this state and render it practi
bally impossible to obtaiu outside rapi
tal for any purpose.
Every merchant kiog that the hap
pening of such an event would injure
bis credit immeasurably in tho markets
ot the east frrin whence ho must pro
cure his goods. Every farmer who las
investigated the subject knows tbat such
a calamity would depieciate the value of
his lands, at the very time when return
ing prosperity offers him the opportun
it v of recovering some of the losses
caused by the last democratic adruiuis
tration. So far as the state ticket is
concerned there is but little danger tbat
the people will try an experiment
trough! with sj much danger to the wel
fare of the people as thai of delivering
the state over to the fusionists. But
tbo danger lies iu the fait that thous
ands of men in theeute who could not
under any citvu n stances bo brouebt to
support the fusion state ticket, will be
induced for various reasons to vote for
one or more candidates for county otltcers
on the fnMon ticket. In many retpects
this would be more daugerous t'tau to
Vote Kr the fusion state candidates. In
most cases the county cindidates are less
reliable aud less to be trusted than the
state candidates, and their election
would turn .the machinery of tho coun
ties over to the fusiooists aud thus en
able them to make a stronger light to
carry tho state iu the future. The man
who loves the :ood name of his state and
desires to see her go toward iu the
march of civilization, should hceitate
before casting his ballet kr aoy man
whoso ejection would bring disgrace and
discredit on the I.iro name of the elite.
I OR JL'LXjl;.
Hon. A. C. Woodcock, republican
candidate foi circuit jud;e of the second
judicial district is a mm whom republi
cans are proud to defeud, whom demo
crats fear to oppose and whom populists
cannot conscientiously oppose. The
pride of republicans, because auypaity
is proud of itjniost able and manly
members; the fear of democracy be
cause he has always been one of Ore
gen's most fearless lighters against the
principles which he, by birth and study,
conscientiously believed to be wrong in
theory and dangerous in practice ; and
thepioper man for the populists to en
dorse, because be Las stood out as a
member of tbe state board of equalisa
tion against unjust and discriminating
assessments, aud at-.t tiue representa
tive ot numerous clients has brought
down the enmity oi a coiporatiou, which
it seems, is now fighting him.
If Mr. Woodcock should be opposed
by the Southern Pacific Company on ac
count of Lis conscientiously representing
Lis clients againEt the company, it
would make 500 votes for Lira w here it
would lose five.
Mr. Woodcock has a judicial mind,
calm and dispassionate, firm as Gibral
ler, andss just ana trust worthy a man
as can be found. And he i- coneieteut.
H, il. eaten, who now wants to go
to congress and occupy the place so ably
filled by the Hon. Thos. H. Tongue in
the United States house of representa
tives was iu the Oregon state senate in
session of He voted three times
during that seasion against a bill carry
ing an apprepriatiou of $20,0" J to uni
form and equip tbe Oregon national
guard that has juBt so nobly resjonded
to the call of the president to free Cuba,
avenge tbe Maine and uphold the digni
ty of the country against the iusults aud
dastardly treachery of the Spaniards.
The Uou. Thos. 11. Tongue bv voice aud
vote has ably sustained the President
during Lis term in congrees iu all tbe
war measurers of the administration.
What would It. M. Veatch do uudcr
similar circumstances'.' His record iu
the Oregou senate shows that he would
vote "no" every time a measure for the
defense of the nation w as uudcr con
sideration. Oregon has uo use for K. M.
Veatch in the halls of congress. Put
noue but patriots ou guard! Vole for
the Hou. Thos. Tougue, who will in
turn vote for the defense of the nation
every time. Ashaud Ti ling.
When Mr. Sovereigu ot Arkansas, was
here two years ago, he told our people
thatitwss impossible for times lo im
prove unless this Couutry adopted free
coinage of silver. Now he is Lack
among us with a new calamity tuuo.
Ho admits that tiuiea are bolter than
they were two years ago, but refuses to
believe thut the returning prosperity is
permanent or that it was brought about
by the return to power of tho republican
parly, "None are so bliud us those who
will rmt hop,"
Young William J. Ur-ati would
no doubt be glad t ) adopt the "govern
incut by Injunction" plan loug enough
to put a stop lo the present war.
Never, dining lb history of Ibis couutry
has the fame of a popular Idol been so
completely cillngulahod as Lai that of
the younn man whose namo but a lew
short mouths ago wa ou every tongue,
either in commeudatlou or criticism,
long before another icsideiitl.il cam
paign is luatiguiated, people will womlet
w hat there was aliout the man or Lis
say iugs that causod him to be so ad
mired This result would havo come
about in any event but it was Lurried
by the 'lose ut war, which gave the
people something of more importance to
think about aud aroused tbeir aliiolisin
which, in ltsvll, means tbe passing ot
"The .toe Sitnou tepubllcaus are res
ponsible ioi all tho unelest commissions
now burdening the Oregou tax payers,
aud (or the repeal i( the mortgage tax
law. What voter can reasonably expect
relief from that parti ." Koseburg Ke
view. The voter cannot ccitainty expect any
thing from the populist and democrat re
presentatives. That class ot representa
tives bad all the matters nieutionod in
their ow n hands and weie responsible
for the failure to legislate. II Joo Simon
was responsible, he could handle but
a small percvUUgo of the republican
members, but he did completely control
all the populists and deiuocratoe. If wo
cannot look to republicans for telief,
then weate iudeed iuabad tlx unless the
populists aud democrats can pledge
themselves to handle .toe.
Eveu the '.fusiouists admit Ihat ,. B.
Ilamliu will bo out next school superin
tendent. The man who would not hesi
tate to leave family, poeition, everything
in fact, to follow the old Hag when bis
country called, will nt be soon tot got
ten by tho people. The voltrs will
show tLeir appreciation ot his patriotic
and self-sacriticiiig spirit by ciriug him
a good rousing majority in June.
The political Fpeaker has a hard time
ot it this campaign tiying to get tbe at
teutiou of the people, w ho are more in
terested iu who is to govern Cuba and
the Philippines than thev are as to who
shall govern Oregoti.
Two aud four ye.rj ago the populist
party of Oregou were demauudiug the
abolitiou of tho national guard. Now
they aro williug thai they may tight
Spaiu, provide ! that they ate paid in
C'.iu you trust men, w ho for tbo sake
of otlicd have sacriticed their political
principles as the fueiouists have done in
this count and date?
Has anyone heard any reason off eied
by a populist or a democrat why JJobn
II. Suupe should not bo re-elected coun
ty clerk uf Douglas county.
Judge A. P. Stvarus should receive the
vote of every citieu of tho county who
desires to eco the county once uioro re
deemed from debt.
The voters of I oer Creek district will
be called on to elect one justice of the
peace aud one c.ustablo for the district,
which is composed of the following pre
cincts: Deer Creel-. Koseburg, West
Bosoburg and I'mpqua.
The republicans hae uomincted two
ot the vety besl msu who could have
been named for these odiccs.
l . liLMAMIN.
l or the important office of justice of
the ot the peace the republicans Lave
named V. P. Benjamin. No man in tbe
district Lsa a Letter reputation for hon
esty and integrity than Las Mr. Benjam
in. Even those who ditler with him in
politics, admit that as a justice of the
peace, ho would be perfectly just and
impartial in Lis rulings and judgments
He is a man of excellent judgment aud
ripe experience and will make a just and
u. c. Sl'.'ci .m.
For constable the republicans have
again renominated 11. C. Slccum. Mr.
Slocum is so well known and so univer
sally popular, both as a citizen and an
officer, that bis re-election will be al
most without opposition. He Las for
j ears held this office to the universal
satisfaction of our people and his ie-elec-tion
will be a just recognition of a com
petent and faithful officer.
Qcer at Drain.
Dkain, May VS. li'J6.
Hou. T. T. leer, republican candidate
for governor; W. H. Leeds, at atu prin
ter, aud candidate for re-election ; Chas.
Moore, candidate lor state treasurer; aud
A. F. Brown, candidate for represents
live were here last evening making
themselves acquainted with a lare con
course of people uhocamu to hear Mr.
Uecr speak, I am glad lo say they
made many new friends.
At 3 o'clock the town wan as still as on
a Sabbath, but' soon the farmers bring-
in - t'jeir fimilies came rolling into tho
!c,itud by speaking lime, the I, O
i 1'. hall could not hold the crowd and
many had to stand out by tbo w indows
aud hear what they could. Mr. Gee
was introduced by C. E. Wade, member
of Ihe couuly central committee for this
precinct. Tho republicans present were
highly pleased with the speech as was
evi leuced by frequent applause.
Old Pass Creek is almost bolid for
Theodoro Thui slou 'cer, our uuxt gov
ernor, as well vsfor all the republican
ticket, both state uud county, The
semi-weekly Plaindcallii pleases every
body. Iho Itevlew i loosing ground
every day in this part of the county,
(f rom Ttit Oakland H lle.l
Mrs. B. F. Pierce, ol Sail Pianciaco,
sister ol Mr, Ooorge 1'raaier, is vising ai
the Fratier Lome on upper Calapooi.
Phil Beck ley Lai completed Lit bull
nesa engagement at Hoiolmrg and Lai
returned to Lis Oaklaud homo where be
will spend tho summer.
Miss May Kellogg mid Kuaha OUiugur
spent the II ret ol the week ou the Cala
pooi a at tho Lorn ol Scott Homy.
Win. C. Burke ol Oaklaud has secured
au Increase ol $H per mouth on his pen
sion, ti lake effect June 10. t,s.
1), ti. Young c Co. shipped a cur loud
ot sheep also a car of beef steers to Port
land last Friday.
Letters received by trieuds announce
the safe arrival ot Itev. H. A. Wood and
wife at their Missouri home.
B. 1 . Sbaiubrook, with thoCudahy
Packing Co. Poitland, spent the l ab
bath at his homo on tho Umpqiia.
Judge Stearns aud family spent Sun
day in Oaklaud raturning Sunday eve
uing. The judge, as well as his friends,
feel confident of Ins sucresa at the polls,
which bv right should be, tor his careful
and economic management of county
all'aira merits a handsome and decisive
Tbe frame wotk of the uew mill was
completed this week, and siding aud
flooring is now in progress. Tho ma
chiney will arrive about June I.
Mr. A. F. lluut, recently eppoiutod
postmaster at Hunt, jut oast ot Ash
land, came up pec overland Thursday
morning. Mr. Hunt is happy over re
turning good limes, and says his part of
the state will give the g. o. p. a rousing
majority. Watch will be snowed under
iu the Aahlaud district.
Tbe U. S. Geological survey corps,
consisting ot A. E. Murliu, C. II. Sweet
ser aud C. C. War J, are now at the Col
line, aud will leave for the Held Mon
day. Ben Estes, brother ot "Tobo" who
was with tbe patty last Jear, artived
from North Yamhill Saturday, is dou
en the Estee farm aud w ill go with the
Johunie Black, our comiug sheritT, and
Hon.A.F. Brown, who will look alter
the interest- of Douglas county iu tho
coming state legislature, were passoug
etsto Rcseburg on the local Monday
A bnrglar entered tho home of James
Young on Monday night, but was routed
beforo securing anything ot value. Jim
tnio is prepared now aud tbo next follow
who comes will get nhat Dewey gave
J. A. Black, of Drain. lauJid.ite fur
sheriff on tho republicau ticket, was in
Oaklend Sarurday. Mr. Clrck will re
ceive the solid supiort of Iho party, aud
hie biiiu moral character and titness
w ill win support from tbo opposition
Mrs. E. II. Pinkstou and daughter
Lura and Mise Grace Beckley spent Sat
urday iu Keeuburg.
Thcie will be a basket diuuci at Coles
valley school house ou Sund , tho -' 1 : L
Undo Jack Fat usworth is seiionsly ill
with la grippe at his homo on the CaU
Miss Meuetvu llciuiugwat
is visiting at the home ot A.
Mrs. T. K. Howard left
morning for Mvrile Geek
. of Eugene
lo visit Ler
daughter, Mis. Ed. Cochran.
Mr. Y. D. Williamson, 0 ilano
Wash , who Las just returned fiom
Honolulu, whero Le spent tho winter, is
a guest nt the liomuof Ms. Paulino
The English spairow lias made ilu ap
pearance in Oakland, haviug been no
liced ou the street Tuesday. This bird
a vegetarian, does not oesiroy msccis
and is an enemy to the nativo birds.
D. W. Stewart, is at Lis Chenowelh
park orchard, where he with his par
ents will reside during the summer. The
orchard promises an abundant yield and
a drier will l e erected this season
P. Simpson Found Guilty.
The jary in the case of State of Oregon
vs. F. M. Simpson, charged with larceny
bv embezzlement, brought in a verdict
Tuesday, of guilty as charged. The jury
was out just 20 minutes and came to au
agreement on the first ballot. This was
one of the most important criminal cases
on the docket. The stale was represent
ed by Attorneys Bennett, Hall aud Sin
clair; and T. S. Minot appeared for the
defendant. The case was called Monday
morning and the day uutil 9 p. m. iu the
evening was consumed in taking teati
mouy. Tuesday forenoon the counsels
were engaged in arguing the case, and
after dinner Judge Fullerlon instructed
Subscribe for the PLAiNntAi.kii.
A LITTLE SUFFERER
Face, Hands and Arms Covered With
Scrofulous Humors How a Cure
" When five years old my little boy had
scrofula on his face, IihikIh and aniiH. II.
ai wuri-t on his rliin, all hough the sorei
on his clieekH anil ImiiiU were very had.
It upland in the form of rul piniphi
w hieh vtould fester, break oeii nnil run
and then seau over. After iliHuppearinu
they would break out airalii. They caused
lute-use itcbiutf aud the little sufferer hud
to bo watched continually to keep him
from scratching the sores. Wo became
greatly alarmed at his condition. My
Wife's mother had had scrofula and thu
only uicdlcluo w hich had helpd her m
Hood's Soreapsrilla. Wc decided to ivc
It lo our boy aud wc noted ou improve
rueut lu his case very soon. After ei ing
Llm four IkjUIcb of Hood's Hursaparilla
thu humor bad all been driven out of his
blood aud it has never since returned."
William Uartz, 110 Houlh Williams St.,
South Bend, Indiana.
You can buy Hood's riarsaparilla ol all
druggists, lie sure to get only Hood's.
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NOlllS OF INTLRBST.
Uriug your job work to this ollUc.
Caro Bros, ore thu boss ntcubauts.
Go to the liosiilonl lor Ihe best cigars.
Crescent, highest grade, ihainlets, fr'3
For a good 5-eent cigar call on Mri.N.
County claims ami w arrant bought by
1). B. West.
For litMl cUsH ilonlialry go lo Dr. Little
Kucs In Inlihilu v.iiiuty at Alsnauder
For seed oats call ou II. M. Mailui,
near the depot.
Macaroni in one iouud cartoon at
Key West. Iiiusjitcd and domestic
cigars at tho Itosoloaf.
D. S. West dova iii'iitauce. Olllce op
ptite tho post olllce.
Lido a I'rcmcnl bicycle. Iho imv
running, duirthltt kind.
10,000 uiou wanted at tho Boas I tor
to Bolov l uioat bargains before It Is too
Facta - not fakes is what our adver
tisinit columns represent. The Boss
Call and see the " 1 lot I man" Laud
harness mender nl Churchill. Woolley A
F. W. Cantuitcr is mithoriod lo re
ceive mid receipt for subscriptions to the
Ml our goods aio uew and ol the latest
styles. No shopworn goods on liana at
the Boss Store.
At Oakland. T. L. Graves is authorized
to receive and receipt for subscriptions to
the 1 1 ainukai kit.
For that tired tooling you must enrich
and purify your blood. Hood's Sarsa
purilla is the medicine you need.
Mouey to loan tin city and couutry
property. l. t. K. ill icit,
Alarsters' Bmldiug, Koseburg, Or.
Tho S iuaro Deal store Las just opened
up a beautiful line ol W. 1.. lHniglas
shoes, which prove to be thu best shoe
made. iVmo aud inspect them.
J. W. Bccklov A Co., tho butchers, will
keep ouly tho choicest ot meats where
witti to supply Iho Koseburg public, but
monthly settlements will le required.
r'or prices and quality call at Iho old
original stand, Fresh and dried (ruin,
candy and nuts, cigars and tobacco at
priecs to suit all. Mns. II. Kamon.
(icutUmeu, we havo some good things
lu tho shut lino. i ou eliould seet hem
beloro purchasing elso here ; also a largo
assortment of neckties. .Novelty Store
Sptinu stuck, the lai:est and U'st sc
lection of '.noil's shoos, id evety gtade
aud vatioty, just teeeived at Fsriott
I'to. Styles and pi ices in re lo please
Thu l'latio Manufacturing Co. reort
tw ice as many chain drive mowers and
lever binders sold lasl week us we te sold
during the same oii'jd in both-'!"'"-".1;
Dou'l annoy uthois by vour coughing
aud ritik your life by neglecting a cold
Oue Minute Cough Cure cures coughs
colds, croup, gripK aud all throat aud
luug troubles. A. C. Marslers' .v Co.
Vfter February 1st we will make a re
ducliou iu the price of 1 "liver plows aud
OMtras throughout tho entire lino. Just
received a eaiload of barb wire.
Children and adults lorturod by burns,
scalds, injuries, eczema or skin diseases
may secure instant relief by using De-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is the
great Pile remedy. Mar stern' Drug
Mrs. J. II. Miupe has !n;eu appointed
representative for the Viavi Co. in this
city. Any one desiring information io
recard to. or wishing to procure tho roin
edy, will ploase call at tier residence ou
Pine bticel. jlj-oui
Whooping cough iH the inout dislrcw-
ing malady ; but its duratiou eau be cut
stiort by tho uj- of Ouo Minute Cough
Cure, which is also the best known rem
cdy for croup aud all lung aud bioncbial
troubles. A. C Mariners A Co.
Suits of clothet-, all wool, heavy
weights, t'i.oti; regular pneu K Boys
clothes from 0 lo I i years for fl. -O and
$2. Hals all styles and colois for .Vic,
regular pi icu tl.-'sj. All thceu gsds me
ouly to be found el tho Boss Moro.
A (tor years of untold eulleriug from
piles, B. V. Purscll of Knitnersville.
l'a., was cured by using a siogls box of
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Skin dis
eases such as eczema, rash, pimples and
obstinate sores uro readily cured by this
famous remedy. A. (. . Marslers o. Co.
A tow dozen oi those Kentucky made
pants, substantial aud well made, no
shoddy. Also a few dozen women's,
men s, boys ami cLiureu s shoes, regu
lar wearers. Hats for sunshine and
shade, uudei wear for Lot aud cold
weather, and various oluer article at
living price', ut II. C. Stanton's.
Prof, lioble, the optician, will be ut
Myrtle Creek on Monday and Tuesday,
April 25th and 20th. Those wishing
there eyes examined uud glasses titled
pleuse call at the Overland hotel. Con
sanation free. He will also be at ltose
burg fioin Wednesday, April 27th, till
Monday, May 2d, and can be consulted
at Gil Pine St.
Notico is hereby given lo the public
by tho undersigned that 1 do not allow
dead animals to be buried ou my preui
ises, a'. Koseburg, Oregou, or garbage
dumped thereon or sand or gravel (ukeu
therelrom, unless tho party taking sund
or gravel first contract w ith me for the
right to do so.
Tresspassers will be prosecuted ac
cording to law. A Alios Host,
Koucburg, Oregon, .March Jiiu, itto.
To Cure Constipation forever.
Take I'asearclH L'undv L'ulliuilie. plcorSSo.
If C. C. C. full to cure, UruKi,'ial3 refund uiuucy.
W o olfcr Oue Hundred Dollars Keward
(or any case of Catarrh that cauuot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
.1. CHENEY oz CO., Props. Toledo, O.
We the undersigned havo known F. J.
Cheney for tho last lo vears, aud boliove
urn pcricclly honorable lu ail business
ausaclioiiH uud financially able to ear
1 out ouy obligations inadu by their
WcstcV: Iruax, Wholesale Druggists.
W aiding. Muuau A; .Marvin, Whole-
sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
1 1 ..n '.. , i. i ...... ;.. ,.i .... ....i
Jlfilll O VUbBJ I U VUI W ID WVU IU9IUH'
ly, acting directly uikju the blood aud
mucous surface uf I he s slum. Price V.'ic
per bottle. Sold b all druggtuts. Test
4, , -a
There uro throe liltlo things which do
more work than auy other three little
things created they are the ant, the bee
and DeWitt'a Liltlo Early Risers, the
last being tho famous liltlo pills for
stomach uud liver troubles. A, C.
Marslers & Co.
Admiral Pwsr. Ima destroyed Ihe
last rJpsolali war vessel In thu Psi Hie
Vllir Tuna lyit
halt rhn lis
hnw inlake c
f her health. Tim
ran't make hr em
nU in a v he In
tntttrw nf k falllit
tun. . -----
. . - I i I .a
tnete I lien, jmm imim"i i.
..i... :i,r ,l,..n'i need eonietir and fac-
pawdfta and skin pteaatveia. ftus Mnoi
I IB CHiy Ii-ue aaip-v"""-.". . .. , ...
ot when ewe-nan's W$ H full el Mi
lan Impmltiea, ah e" n"uer look oun
aor f-l vonnr Mfr whole ron-tltutlon t
cotiened w ilh hail hloott. It peirrtf alea ev.
Iry part. It patalyiea t iirnre tentie-;
weaken tU atnmach; Inltatea the heart,
preva opnn h ll bionchlsl tutie.
It rduce a woman to alate of weaknc.
rurvonaon. Ittiiahilltv. l-)etlo and met.
ancholy. Sm h a wman can't otlly u
youtUfitt. no matte e what her H' Wf W.
Lb -ied the -oiilhfulne of highly vital
Ltd blood. Dr. Mate' (lolilrn Medical
Discovery wilt live II t" hrr. It will hrln
aoy woman to -t bark her youth and
Irethnti aiain. .... ,
1! alvea ih ebseativ nd blood mak Ins
en an nd the 1 1 er pnwr to produce
tur. bahy bl-od. It glvea color to the
chk. and pikle tethy;dW-jay
pimple and blotch: wipe wy wrinkles j
round eut emaciated forma, and create
firm natural, health V fifth.
Mi. th I. 0rdnte,
Ta.i wtilta: " W h I wa aarr
pouvdav lwataknlekn4 ti
In A hnki kuI trlih adlfaM W
,k out wlih adla whUh taj doctor Mtd
aaa urv mji wim , ;'v
iia iraataa my u u mi "--
mA t rn is an iMvaada
y "i L-r n.7.f. Vtiaii ia.
baan uttna !r
tory, ad thank
ortu. N.iw I wtlah iv pouada ndli- oulv
( twn bottl-a. I canaol aay too much aboul
cod aaa von. t i-ln "
Ita iIlcin. My nniwao - .---than
I did Hi tul tin t aaw me. 13 vcaiMf o.
Io Piwle lo Wear tints
From today (May luth) uutil AiiKiist 1st wc arc f;fiii
to inaugurate the Greatest Clothing Sale in ilu history
of incrchaut tailoring. Onr Maninioth New HuiMing,
which in beiuK built for us, will he ready to iccche us on
the first day of August, and between now and that time we
want to make up into fine tailor-made suit!' every yard of
cloth that we have on hand. Hundreds of thousands of
yards of the finest weaves on earth is included in this
Grand Sale. Another leasou for this ie.it Sale is the fact
that the war has knocked n hole in the tailoring busiiicss
all ocr the United States, aud while we are doing the
largest tailoring business in the world today, trade is not
what it .should be, and rather than cany a single yard of
our immense stock of woolens over until next year wc aie
f;oiug to tailor clothes for you until August 1st at a
H)SITIVIi LOSS to ourselves, at ihe same time we want
to stamp the fame of THIi ROYAL TAILORS indelibly
on the minds of our customers.
There is no humbug about this sale. We mean ex
actly what wc say. It is dollars iu your pocket, and if you
arc a shrewd buyer you will recognie the fact. Trices
speak for themselves. Look at the big lcduction :
$15 Suits or Overcoats ro
1 1 it ii i
Uesldcs these enormous bargains, wc will line all coals
and vests with our Imported Taney French Satteen
without Extra Charge. The regular charge for this
lining is $1.50.
And further, if the price of the suit or overcoat that
you purchase is $18.00 or over we w ill line the same with
our Fancy Silk and Wool linings, without extra charge,
the regular charge for the same being $3.00.
Besides the incomparable bargains we are offering you
we also give to our customers, absolutely free, one fine
$20.00 suit of clothes each
July. Each customer will stand an efjual show to get one
or mort ot these suits mat are
Call at once and inspect
before the choicest pieces arc sold.
This is au opportunity that will probably never occur
again, and wc repeat that wc
POSITIVE LOSS to ourselves, but we have the best of
reasons for doing so, aud our loss is your gain.
CLAUDE B. CANNON,
Representing The Royal Tailors.
At the Same Old Stand,
Room j, Review Building.
01 1 i.ouii
p O. LhONAKO has leaned the ItOSKUl'ld i KOl.LLK l'l.oUUINU MILLN
ol Hast A Oil e Her. Tho mills huvo hcon icmodulud nud now umchiuerv
added, uud aro manufacturers of Iho famous Hour
" LEONARD'S BEST."
i;viCHV pound in ut'AiUNii:i;i) 1 n oumi 01 tiii i'nv
felled flour In nUculor to puiiiiflit ol vtlit-ai untl it Hiillnlnclory tic a I
In KiiMrMiitceil. l'leuac Kite umu trim.
F. C. LEONARD,
TS ihiiii-1i Ti-rt'il tf
I.. ..r.Um III. t . f.-. hi !''
ply's t 'renin Imlm, ltd
l!. t . . n fin r
fof t'siMib and fold i w I'f; V"
ii.li: ..f r n; ( t - "' u "
I'.:,v:;:h, v. t'liy.
I, , ,U on i i '. id llm eort kin I
,-,.,. ,.(. . i" i- i I ' h'.ir h .1 for
,. . , t. ,. f; ' i '.i... i I'. ! i """is I" d i
, ,'(,,( , ! . ' ,"'i' it ' lis" used
It with V-'-l "it' i-s'di.. '"sr t.itruiii,
Wail-vit . 'hl.-iig.', III.
Plv'i t'ica'ii llnltii l Hi" aokiiowl -dit.d
,-uiv'for ciilaith mid contains noi In
inenuiy nor mv Inlmlon ilmn Prhf,
to eeula. At druggists or by io.ul.
i You Can't Judge
! A Sausage by
1 115 Ulster-
NilthrliKii uii lu Ilu nlu id a hi
I ) tl tf t iliauml.
Bnnll.lr Mul want ali l.li ) !,
nuit atf till m Ira inii.t lilhll
matrilal, III tmial laieliil iiililriie ,
Hun, ami mini hi' mail"' tir il'lo wlm ;
imw linn iiniki't Ini liaielnironl
' l- r-irrlrlli i. ,
W i can Inlni -t i
i , .ii. tin. n. -ii .'I
tnl 'i)'l' in Ilu-
il Hi. ) Hill ur ii Ilu- ii''iliiliil.
W i' It alio t it lint Ki.ra lulu Hi. In. and
i tl'laiu i In Hx'" '' twlli-' than
i.tlici- Wr-i-ll Hi. in ,.ii i-)r rinrnt-
A.C. MARSH-US & CO.
IfOSICIUMfl i. - HWI'.ONN.
during this Sale for $11
I L ")0
mouth during May, June aud
to ue given away.
this extra fine hue of samples
are tailoring these goods at a