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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1898)
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PLAlHDEAUd PUBLISNINQ COMPANY.
1 ILL HEAD,
ETC., ETC., MO.
Executed Neatly and t Living I'att s.
ROS15UURG, ORKGON, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1898.
Marl If .Tleallufs.
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11 ihi iheli r'ilar iiiiiiiiiiiiileatinua al in
.i. i. i. C. ball mi ii iii'l ami liiiirili llinrailur
li ( 1 h iii iKiii. .til HKiiniM-n r'ciiaii in i
1. '11 1 rvdilnrtr, mi I all vl.lllnu brothers t.f.
II III) III . ItH'l III .lIU-ll'l
H.:i(I VM MIKKs, irumr)r.
vlliif.M IMINCil.. NO. lit Jit. O. II. A. M.i
t" meets vry Wcliii-'lr evening at
o'clock III llio Ul.l Ma.milo Hull. VIlllU
. . 1 1.. 11 1 . 1 ... !.....
uromvra aw uuiiuaii minu'i " ....v..-..
0. II. I AlOliiK,
lliu, W. !', liounullur.
I AURKI. I.0IX1K, A. K. A A.M.. ItWiUUB
' uinetliiKi Urn 'iit aut 4tl WednvMU; lu
mill inoiilb. . ...
HlKK JOIISrfoS, W. U.
N.T, Ji wmi, H rcr.
nllll.KTARtAN I.O.KIK, KO. , I. O. O. f.
1 meets rtumrilur rreiilna ol esch wect al
iiimI. iiaii In ihlil VulInK 'l. mi.lu al Aowliurs.
Meinoeraol h.onlnr III fooq sisnnina araiavn.
wl lo alivud.
I. HOUbU.1 nuniMUJi,n.u.-
r. 0. Mi m i l. ie'jr.
twiKlriillltfl KlIMir. NO. IS. A. O. U. w.
uimU Ibo K'l'unJ and IniirlU Moudaja pi
sell tunulh al7.su p. m. ai una r.uowa nam
Meinbaraot Ibsoiujir lu '0 slauJlng are lu
vlUxi 10 alioinl.
RENO POHT, NO. 7a, O. A. ., MEITB 1 HI
Out aud IbliJ Tburxlars ol oionlu.
OMKN'M KKI.IEF t'ORPH NO. 10, MEET!
oral ant mini friuaja in aaun nwu.
t.'AHUr Al.LUNlK-Reaular mrtffl
1 Mmtlun a will l held at Orauge Hall.
Roaebura;, lbs Aral rrblav In December, March
ami Juuc. aud lbs Iblid WlclBT lu aVplvBilMW.
tjOHKBO R0CI1AI-TKR.no. . O. E.8..MEETM
lha svtxiud and fourtb Thurlss of each
MOI I IK HIIAIUUO0K, W. M.
RKOIN A KABT, Moo X.
h ii it 1 1 lilVIHION NO 47. H. OP U E.,
uivu r7 atwud and lourlb Buudajr.
A LI'll A 1XI1XIE, NO. 7. K. OF I , MKET1J
V crr Wludair oriulo at Odd fallowa
Hall. Vlalllnn KnKbU lu od ataudluf W
Alaily liiYlU-d to altandi
Attorney at Law,
KM.in. MamuraBulldliK. ROhBlll'HU, ot.
rT-BiilmM balore lh I'. H. Und 0(IK and
in"ilu ara a xi'lall)r.
Ula Receiver U. H. Uud OrDtc.
moauK M. aaown.
rmo. rim tvaTin.
JHOWN A TU8TIN,
K'Miin. 1 and K
la VYIUuii IIIim-.
KOHlbl KU. iiR
yy II. WILLIB.
Attorney and Counwilor at Law,
Will pranlloa la all tba aoarU ul lb BUU. Of
ca la .Marat. r UalldlUK, liU eoaaly.Or.
p D. STRATFORD,
Attorney at Law,
Taylorwfuuu'u'locli. ROtlEBOKO. OB
I B. EDDY,
1 1 a
HA 11. RIDDLE,
Attorney at Law,
R08EBU ltd, OREGON.
Northern I'aciHc RallroaJ Company.
Aid BulliiiK lickola to all points Kast at
linK Ibo rcgulor ratva.
I). 8. K. limit,
Local Agent No. Maisleri buildrot;.
JLMER V. HOOVER,
Physician and Surgeon,
Miiiu direct, one door suulu ul City Hull.
YRA BROWN, M. D.
U1MCE, MM Jtcktuu Hired, at tea
Idvucuul Mra. J. Ulrior.
L. MILLER, M. D.,
Surgeon and Homoeopathic
aTTCktaala dlaaaaaa paalattr.
yyiLL. r. heydon,
aud Notary Public.
Orrici: lu Couit lluuiv.
uidi ra (or Kurvoyiii and KloUl NoUmlniuld
bu addrvaaod lo Will '. Hojdou, tlimnly Hur
vvyor, lluauburg, Or.
UvuKlaM County, orrktoii.
'J'lio wutota ul tin'" Hprlnm uuuUlu : loilliii',
Hrnmliif, 1'iituaiiliiin, lliu ('arbniiatca ol Irou
and Uino aud UiLtMi'S "I CaUluiu, MiiRiioaluiu
Ouo Bin luii cniitnliia i"A aud thu utUvr over
JOOU giama ol solid mutter to ttie gullou.
Iocatod on thu Hiiiilbnu 1'aclllo ltallioa.1,
"cilmHK inula" Irnin Han Krandaco to I'ortlaud,
lu Dougluii oiinly, Oregon,
AKKriivntod CKif ol UliuiiinutUiu, Nasal Ca
tiin'i, falairli ol lliu ritomaeh, Uyhpolm . Dl
brtva, Ncuriilalii, Malarial I'nlnouliiK. Kdluey
'lixiublo, CiiialliaUon, IMacaava ol tlio hklu,
l.lvi r and HowuU, uud Vcuoroal dlaeuaoa bavo
been cured by thu uao ol tbeao wutum.
Now batb roniiiH coiiui'Utcd with Ilia malu
bulldiuK. I'ualolliouaud KxpruMuu llio rcu
laea, lially mail, uurtli aud atiulb.
Teiuia- (ID pur Meek, V per duy, luoltldlug
The, Hotel In uudur tbu Immediate, lupervli
'.IT. II-.!H. II. IIOHWItMn
in. Iu7 Manager.
f STRICTLY I IR5T-CI.A5S.
MHH. . V. M I.AI.I.KN, Trnp.
MA5QUAETEE3 TOl TttAVZLIUS Ulll
M ATI',) MI'.AIMINAIII.K.
Laige, Fine Hamplv Ruoma.
rrrv'Hua lo and Kmiu Train.
I.ari t mi l Fluol ,hm,iIuii nt
Vl'l brntlubt In KnhL'lillli'
.Mao a coiiiplMc llni nf rlml. e
IOItAC( iH AM) t l'.AIH
All klnJsof Country Produce
7VTRS. N. BOYD
J. F. BARKER & GO.
Waara alwayi in the Lead, aud ncau to
The Golden Harvcat i upou ua, and farm
era are miliiig kecauae Wood waul
looa to their iutereat.
ItiKaV II AKN
Thoao are all Leather au J Warranted.
At Reduced Trice.
Coniult your purae aud lo aure and aoi
Woodward before buying.
ff. U. WOODWARD
I for a Rf ue ua
Ely's Cream Balm
rontalna n rvainr,
mercury nor any otiier
Cilvea llelief at nui-o.
It opeul and rle.mhen
tun Natal raai;rr.
COLD 'N HEAD
Heal and I'rotccia llio SleuihrauP. ltp.lnreii the
fi'iirea of Tana aud Mnrll. l'ull bi.e tUe. ; T rial
bie liio. I ai DruL-e'litaor by mall.
fcLY DllOTUEliM, 04 arrcu btrcel, New Yolk.
Notice to Contractors.
Suuluil pIuuh and Hi'ucillcatiouti uud
Uda will le received at llio oQlco of (be
couuty clerk of Dotilus couuty, ( rei;ou,
up lo l-'ilday, .luly 8, 1SDS, ut 1 o'clock,
. iu,, for tho btiildiub'i crucllou it ml
couBtrucliou of it wagou biKlo over Elk
UreoW, on tbo uow uurveyoJ county road
from Uraiu to boulli Drnlu.
Tbe rifc'bt roBorved to reject nuy cud
II bids. Uy orler o( tlio county contt.
Muy 10, 13M. A. V. SruMisH,
... . - . - -
Ulcj clo Tirca.
Tba Cbaso, totiKh, tried uud puncturo
iiroof. tor hu lo lv
T. K. lUTIAIIiN,
The if L.J T4V-'
Willi li '
lirinita iur v. 'idiicaa lo a true
woiiiiitl'a li' art tlniii (lie awrct
nanraii( P Hint a little one l r inn.
In(r t l,ra lirr lilc und tall her
Hut in nil her Invinir trrlmra
llnnii for the rxprrlcd little knesl,
mother II HabK to fnlgrt thHt
Her nun UtaltU ana J liyaical
condition it th! tuoat import
ant firoviuon which can om.
my ue inaao tor tue
If Hie jiroapective
mother la weak, nrrv
otta nnd anxloiia, tlila
-injllloii li bound to
react on the 1aIv'
liueas of wuidrclxi will
comnetnate fr ihe loi
of th! oalunil, hcalthr vigor
which a mother should be
htntv upon her baby.
A earlr as possible lur
Rehlntion, the expectant
mother fthould reinforce her
bodily powers with thi Mutaininjf, health.
briugliiK liiHucnce of lr. Tierce's l'arorile
It gives natural, healthy vigor and claslie
endurance to the organ i ajietiully concerned
In motherhood. It makes the coming of
iaby perfectly safe and almost painless. It
lives nerve blrrnutb to the mother and vital
itrilihood to tin: child.
It is the only medicine devised by an edu
cated physician specially to overcome all
wcakncucs uud diseases of the feminine
Wi. Huxor Vanotrr. of Xubinson Creek. Pik
Co., Ky., wrllra : " I vri.li lo eapreis my tlianka
lo you lor Hie ickvI I have received fiom your
'Favorite I'reilpllon.' 1 liave ud It at dltTrr
ent tiiuca fur the lu-.t five vata, and nlnayswith
tbe mtr.it gr:ilirniK f-aulta. Hut the pieateU
good levivrd Inmi llio "I'avortte I'rewrlptlon'
was rIkmiI liur nmniliH ao when my U'.t batiy
bntn. 1 irn alllM'd witli 'ihlld tied fever.'
Instead of aetulluir aftrr a doctor X ued the Fie-
acriptlnn ' und vm cured. A lu'ly fuend of mine
wai Imilnrly afllleted and 'lit a(l r Hie dKlnr
and Imk liii icinflira and Hiett. I nm 7yen
olil. weigh iMn'ta, the nifrthrr l five thililren,
and am enpiyiuir the beat of hcullh."
lr. I'ierec's I'lcnssnt 1'ellels cure conatt
patlon, promptly and permanently.
1111: SCHOOL BOOKS.
Statement HjUc by J. II. Ackcrman,
In Kcply to Criticisms.
I'iihilami, May -. To thu L.Iitoi
In 'II i)re fii'iiu ol M ., llieio u
Uaie l .1 C'linrit'iniiaii in niiii"! by II.
l.yiiian, ij llit' i- in Inl.t'u l ir H'i;;riii
tcudvi.l 'if pill) ii- iiiBtrui t i ii. Alter i n
uueraMii vurinin iiuprovcuniiitti in the
acluiiriintraiinn o( ll.o cllico whicli lie
propimos to iniiitt, If elected, Mr. Ly
uun t.ikta up lliu ciiojl-Wiit iucHtioii.
lleuta'C" lii pjiliuii lo tin one ul oppos
ition to Mm pi .'iiOit lontrai'l and pro
eecJto8.iy thai tlio dainin.it inn wliicb
procured Ibis : jn( i at iua ack I lie
vot ii "I 'r.'.n'i for an rudorbcint'iit at
lliu lulKt-lx'X nliic'i will t;ivo cxlctibiou
lorauntlii i p.-rio I of nix year, ij con
tiuuo ur.til I-.KI7."
Sinco i am Mi l.yuiiu'd ouly foriuid.t-
ble oppoitt'U', Ibis iuouendo must l e.'ur
lo me. Any doubt alniul the matter will
be removed by rcidiog a circular t-iued
by Mr. I.vmsn, in which it is openly
stated that I hui tbo American look
Cou:pnt 'd CAtididato for tlu ollice of
uioiiutendcui l( iub!U: inetrucliini.
I deny that there cxi'J's any u.-gieo-
ment or uudorMiaudiii i lutwcen tuyuolf
and any miiu or coriiji.ilion rospucling
tho manner lu which 1 shall, if elected,
discharge the duties of tho ollice for
which 1 utn a candidate. 1 deny Unit n.y
volooul'.ie adoption of text-books iu
IS. 'I was iullucnced by nuy other coneid-
eratiju tli.ui the iutjrosta of my constit
uency, the school palroas and school
ubildreti of Multuouiah county. And I
anscrt ili.it my vote at that time will bear
comparison with tbu veto of 11. S. Ly-
inau' who was then Btiperiutendent ol
Clutdop couuty. This comparison I Vhall
presently tuako. Mr. I.yuiau in liii lot-
tera and circulars 'omp4rca tho p.eont
pricea of books iu Oregon with the Jower
prices iu other etatce, tixed under dill'er-
ent coudltions or by contracts of more
roatit Onto and seeks by innuondo to lay
a portion ol the blamo for this difference
upsn me, yet it will le f.ceu that if Mr.
Lyuinti could bavu bad liia way iu IS'Jl,
we should now bo paying uiuro for school
bocks tbau.vio pay under the "iufainous''
contract bo no dearly lovea to deuounco.
l'vcty person wbo bad to voto upon
the adoption ol text-books iu lS'Jl knows
thai, though tuultiplicity of books was
otleied, there were practically ouly lo
"tickets'1 iu Ihe tield. To vote for bocks
not on ouo of those ltata was like vjtiu
for the pi ohibition candidate for presi
dent. That Mr. Lyman fully understood
this feature id tho situation, is shown by
bis vole. Ou ouo bide was tbe list of the
American Hook Company ; ou tho other
was a list made up from tbo publication
of a syndicate headed by the treat pub-
liBhiun houti'11iiiuu A Co., uud compris
ing besides that tlrui, MayiiHrd, Men ill
A Co., The Woruer Co., . I jIui 10. Totter
& Co , l. C, lloitb it Co., aud Lovell &
Tho books ou llio opposing lints did not
differ greutly iu price and ipiality, but
tbu Aiuericau lijok Company bad this
great aud, as events proved, iusuporable
advautage. He books were already iu
uso iu Ibo schools, aud were uttered for
rcudopliou ut greatly reduced prices;
times wore very bard, aud public ucuti
uiuut was bitterly opposed to any action
which would cause the expense incident
to a iwceplug change ot school books.
To ascertain the win hen of my constit
uents, 1 addrepsed a circular Utter lo
tbo school olllcers of Multuouiah county,
iuouiring whmjhouks, if any, ought iu
their opinion lo be changed. Almost
without exception thu answers showed
that nouhauge whatever was desired,
lu consideration uf the financial burden
undor which our ponplo wcro Inlmrinir,
1 lb finals 1
an l in deference, to their eipreiicxl with,
I vold to cjotinuo la use uiotl of the
Ihi ks already in Mis aclpiola, fiouli
thfie we h veral tlm readojded that
I should Iiavs lH)ti glad, but f.,r thv
iu it er of txpcii'o, lo ae changed.
Tbe bxin toIm I lor by Mr. Lyman lo
hi H" In primary aud grammar chooli
wcro as. foll ivri :
lllleof Hook and I'ut.lUhur. Prli-. Price.
....... . . & ....
irmimeuc, ' unn o. . f iw i ,,o
Hebool Arithmetic, (iinn iV
(' iiTi rr
M n.lU'Min ry' I'.eginnera' I'.
r-. IlirtU i r, (.iinn ACo. . . . W 06
in American IIit ry,(.iion
A Co 1 00 1 00
Lhiiidcll'B Chill Cvok of
Health, (Jinn A Co 'M 33
liluih.Iull's How lo Keep
W-ll, Oinu A Co li 50
I iy's Llcmentary (iuogra-
phy, fiiuo A Co. . 00 (ii
IVtti r b Klementary Geog
raphy, Totter A Co 00
IVt'cr's Advanced tieogra-
pby, Totter A Co 1 i'3 1 25
Normal Leaders, Noe. 1, 'J,
J. 1 und 5, Werner Co 1 50 ' 7&
led'e Wtid Uook, May-
nard, Merrill A Co L'5 25
Maynard, Merrill A Co. . . 7H 'JO
Thoriipt'oii'M DrawioK Books,
!t Nes , I). C. Heath A Co. H-'t 1 00
(inflin'a Civics for Young
America, Ijvell A Co. .. . 50
;otr, Tolts A Co :;i 31
Webstet's Common fc'chocl
I ictiouary, American lijok
Co 7-' 80
I'otyl 13 23
Iu Mr. Lymau B .circulars and letters
the fad is elrongly emphasized that the
re a I c ji. tract priree of the Ihj ks adopt
ed no creattr than their catalouue
t rices. Tlio iutiniatiou eeems to be taat
it u a crime to vo'.o f jt euth prices.
Vet it will be seen Hut Ibe pricea ol the
books voted for l y Mr. Lj man were, in
iicuily t wry inttanee, greater than the
catalogue pri ; of their publistu rs.
The books volid for.by inyat If to te
used in riuiary aud grammar ecboolB
were as 1. 1 lows:
1 i tit? ol Book nod l'ulili-ber. Price.
l-'ish's Aiitbmetic, No. 1, Am.
Dock Co $ 35
Fish's Arithmetic, No. 2, Am.
Look Vi 05
Makers of Our Country, Totter A
Thomas' History of the United
States. I. C. Heath A Co 1 00
Smith's Trimor of Thysiology, Am.
liook Co 33
Smith's Klein. Thysiology, Am.
Look Co 53
Mooleitb's Lleinentary Geogra
phy, Am. Look Co 1 25
Moutieth'a Comprehensive Geog
raphy, Am. Book Co 125
Karnes' Leaders, Nos. 1,2, 3,1 and
5, Am. Look Co 3 00
Watson's Speller, Am. Book Co. . . 25
Maxwell's Grammar, two books,
Am. lbok Co 00
Spencoriau Copy Bookp, Nos. 1, to
7, Am. Book Co 70
Thompson's Drawing Books, 1). C.
Heath A Co 1 00
Teterman's Civil Gov't, Am. Book
Brocks' Meutal Arithmetic, Sower,
Tolls A Co 31
Wubstet's Common School Dic
tionary, Am. I'.X'k Co 80
Total $13 01
Tho books voted for by me were, with
the exception of histories aud speller,
adopted. The changes make tbo total
price ot tho adopted list if 13 00.
it tints appears mat, so lar as prices
are concerned, there was no great differ
ouco between my vote aud that cast by
Mr. l.ymau. Atd it is evidout that all
tbo unfavorable comparisons uf current
ptiies in Oregou with those' current iu
other states under contracts made re
cently are us much el a criticism upon
Mr. Lyman us upou myself. Tbo truth
is that ueither uf us could vote upou any
prices except such as were offered in
IS'JI by the companies competing for the
business of Oregon, lhut recent legisla
lion or the course of Irado lias made it
possible for other states to make belter
bargains biuee Iheu, is no relied ion up
on either ul us.
If, ua Mr. Lyman intimates, my vot
ing for eo many ol tba publications ot
tbe American Book Company already In
use indicates that I am under the influ
ence ol thut company, what inference
must be drawn Irotu me laci that at a
time uf great lluuncisl distress, Mr. Ly
man voted to displace nearly all of tbe
text-l ooks iu uso iu the common schools
of the state, in ordor to adopt a list pre
sonled by Giuu'A Co., w hich cost slight
ly nure thau thu list offered for readopt
Mr. Ly man makes much ol tbo rumor
that Ihe agent of the American Book
Company in this city is supporting my
caudldacy. Since that gentleman Is
republican, it is not Btrango that he
should bu biippoiiiijg tho entire republl
Dut what shall we say of tba open np
port which John GUI, tba agent of Ginn
A Co., though a life-long republican ami
at tbis moment a nominae for the legis
lature on oce of the republican ticket
la giving lo Mr. Lyman?
J. II Aoubmax.
Myrtle Creek Item.
Mrs. Link Rice stopped off a few days
last week to visit relatives and friends.
Mrs. Rice is on ber way to her father,
wbo Is not tEpected to life.
Cal Gallup was Lome on a abort visit,
leaving again Hondas night for Coltige
A. C. f-btrman was borne on a short
visit last week.
Will Dooncll Las gone to California to
take charge of a gang of men wbo are to
plate redwood tiee.
Tbe blacksmith trust that ws" formed
last week failed to stay lied.
Geo. Robinson of a pper north Myrtle
says tbe crofie in ble pert of tbe neigh
borhood are good.
John Drain attended rbon-b here last
Tbe good rains we have been baying
tbe last few days bave pot a broad smile
upon tbe farmers facet, as well it might.
Ed Wonacott bad the misfortune to
bave a horse fall on bim I ait week while
driving cat lie. Ed was pretty badly
need op, but not seriously. His broth
er Chas. is attending to tbe ranch.
Quite a number of oar I. O. O. F. boys
attended grand lodge at Koeeburg last
week and report a fine lire.
1'residing Elder Bagen held services
here a few nigbls of last week.
Tbe Children's Day esercisea of last
Saturday was well carried out. Tbe in
tention was to hold it in tbe way of a
picniu in one of tbe grjves near here,
but tbe stormy weather forbade it.
Jim Bailey's father-in-law, Mr. Sly,
was in lbs city Saturday last from Lavs
Will Stephens was iu loan Saturday
Irom upper South Mjr.le and rays tbe
rops In bis locality are 1 yoking fine.
Chas. McGee left last Saturday for
Grave Creek, where be baa been work
ing on tbe Lewie A Hampton ditch.
Mrs. O. C. White presented her bus-
band with a fine boy last Sunday morn
ing. Jim Dunayin is wearing a broad smile
now day. Tbe fact is Jim bss quit
batching as bis wife returned last week
California, where she has been for tbe
last six months.
Tbe basket social given by tbe W. of
W,, of tbis place, was well atended last
Saturday nigbt and a good time was bad,
as well as a financial success to tbe order
Several were down from Riddle, among
them being J. D. Cornott, Sam Tarsley,
Otto Logsdon and Ivy Dean.
A. Fen ton jr., and Humphrey, left last
Tuesday for Soda Springs, by train. Mr.
Fenton baa been in poor health for a
long time, and is going iu search for bet
ter. AU join in wishing bim a safe journ
ey and that be may come back much
improved In health.
"Pa can you tell me what is meant by
gall and wormwood?"
"Well, er yes! I think I can. Yon
know Fisher of the Review was request
ed to support a man for sheriff that be
did not like, and ratber than loose any
support of bis paper, be consented to
suppoit him. That is gall and worm
wood, to Fisher, my ioa." Kcuo.
Notice of Dissolution.
KosttBino, On., Aptil 19, 1S08.
Tbe firm of Churchill, Wool ley A Mc-
Kenzie is tbis day dissolved by mutual
consent, W. A. McKenzie retiring.
Cburcbill A Wool ley will continue busi
nees, collecting accounts due and paying
all claims against said firm.
W, A. McKb'Nsik,-,
F. W. WOOLLKY,
F. II. CUTKCTIILL.
Notice to Trespasser.
Notice is hereby' given that all stock
fouud in my pastures or trespassing ou
my lands without permission being first
obtained of the person iu 'charge of tbe
premiaes, will be held for a reason
able time at the expense of tbe owner,
aud if tbe same is not claimed it will be
advertised aud sold In Ibe manner pro
viJed by law, (or tbe purpouo of paying
tho charges aud expenses of caring for
and selling said property.
A. . Stanton,
Brock way, Or.
Bargains! Bargains!! Bargains!!!
In nianoa. oruans and musical goods.
Bicycles new and second baud at tbe
lowottt prices noeeible. I bave also got
about thirty thousand feet of lumber
a hu b I have taken iu traae tor gooos,
and will sell cheap, as I am not iu tbe
T. K. KlCIIAKDSON,
Wo are anxious to do a little good in
this world aud can think of no pleasauter
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or uetter way to uo i iuau uy mvui
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ive of pneumonia, consumption aud
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ueglected colds. Marstere' Drug Store
To Cars UouatlDatloa forever.
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II V. t. L. rail tocur. urugMiMB reruuti money.
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Staple and Fancy
0 TAYLOR &
$ Low Prices!
MAKE A ilGTE OF IT
Mrs. ft JOSEPHSOn
Gents' Furnishing 'Goods
BOOTS AND SHOES
HATS AND CAPS
fiOTIOflS AMD FflrtCY GOODS
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25c 50c ''--
his is the
C. W. PARKS
. new uootisi
Bought and Sold
ok -j CLOAKS, CAPES,
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
At PRICES ! BUT Till-; TIMICO
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A full aud complete assortment
of all goods usually kept in a first
Everything offered for sale is fresh;
and sold at very reasonable prices.
We have a very choice stock of
canned goods, including both fruits
aud vegetables, to which we invite
your special attention. "
Our line of Olives, Gherkins, Pick
ets, Sauces, etc., is also complete.
We carry the largest stock of to
baccos in Southern Oregon.
& CO., Grocers.