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NW Fruit Uvapjrator lor R.eb
NOW FOR THE SUMMER TRADE..
My Big Summer stock is now complete . There's brightness of
summer reflected iu every department of my store now. All
the different slocks have their complement of fine new mer
chandise fresh from the looms and workrooms of American
and foreign manufacturers; The display is worthy attention
for the pleasure there is in looking-at pretty things and for the
money-saving there is in buying of me.
9 SLIPPERS :
Don't forget the next time you arc down town to
come in and see the many new styles we are
showing. Our Prices will make you happy and
the fit make your feet feel glad.
The famous W, L. DOUGLAS shoe for Men,
....I Have for Inspection....
Elegant up-to-date Silk waists. Percale waists of the latest
patterns. All kinds of wash dress goods at extremely low
prices. In Children's Men's and Boys suits you will find
best assortment ever brought to this town.
The People's Store.
I. ABRAHAM, Prop.
THE PLAIN DEALER.
Up-lo-tlale jewelry al J . T. Bryan's.
Induced prires in calico wrappers at
Born, Sunday, July 10, to Mr. and
Mr?. Mike DeVaney, a daaghter.
Tver. Cotton, pastor of the M. E.
Cunrch, Sooth, nisde this office a pless
nt call today.
Kervoasneee, weakness, exhausted
nervous vitality, rbeuiualisin. Hudyan
cures. VII druggists, W cenU.
To Lojlk : From $2,000 to $3,000, or
first clara security. Address.
C. U. Brhtol, Roseburg, Oir.
Hacking headaches, bleary eyes, weak i
ness, noiace in bead. Hodyan
Read change ol ad, Novelty Store. j Bend, the watchmaker, does
lnnil fnr harvnin. anil vnnr match I
pairinr. Straw Lata al 5 and
Dr. Cbeadle, Ueutiat. at lr. Strang's Pove,,y ' ,ore
old aland. "or brat-claea
. . . . I Little of Oakland
jawaru .uison oi caiapooia,
10 cents at lbs
dentistry go to lr.
ing friends in Koeeburg.
Churchill & Woo! ley tepoitbig Kales
on their Piano Lever binder tbis year
Mrs. D. McClallen ia again stopping
at her hotel, having given up houeekee
leg. The place to bay buggiee, backs and
wagon. Stearns A Cbenowetb, Oak
land. Bond, tbe watchmaker sella spectacles
j at lowest t rices acd ran (it them cor
Packs or moccasins only l.2o just tie
cures. lu in g tor lue harvest ueid, at tnc
All druggists, 50 cents.
. DuGss. M. D member Board of , Best and cheapest watcte on earth
Pension Examiners. Office. Mareters ; for the monsr and guaranteed at J. T.
building residing corner Main and Cass 1 Bryan a.
street. 1 Tbe finest line of ok-kle plated copper
.Misses MaUie andOra Petty, and i ware ever b'ougbt to Hcetburg at Chur
Urace Carroll spent Sunday on Iwrth j chill A Woolley V.
Urn pqua tbe guest of the family of J.
Mrs. H. T. McClaiien and daughter, of
Koseboxg, who have been visiting in
Jaykaonville, retgrned home this week.
V Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sheridan, and Mr. j
Robt. Alexander, a prominent wood
contractor of Comstock, waa doing busi
ness In town Friday.
Strong bas a solid oak ui&lng chair,
cannot be equaled in Douglas connty, for
the low price of 95 cents.
Tbe open season for ueer begins the
. at-, ui m lahM mnn Bnn a i . i . - . . .... . . ...
.uift. nit a-. acw. 1 J iMh m IhM ninnlFi 1 t-ir. 1 tar ihi
fiar, left this morning for Brewster ral- j rnn 0Ter mcn a
D. W. Crosby, tbe genial landlord of
Hotel Riddle, was in town Thursday
evening and took tbe "bumpers degree"
in tbe order of tbe B. P. O. E.
. Oar sister city, Oakland, not easily
discouraged by the fits fiend, is rapidly
poshing to completion several brick
bosioess building which woold do credit
to any city in the state.
Mr. and Mr. Cbas. 11. Fisher, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Hamilton, Misses Alice
Morris, Clla Crabtree and Mr. Will Car
roll left yesterday morning for Fall
Creek for a two week's recreation.
Dr. Cbeadle bas a new remedy for tbe
exlractioot?ib. No cocaine or ea
caineis uaeo? Patients with heart or
long troubles can nee it without any bad
after effects. l)
The fruit outlook in Douglas county is
modi better than reported. There will
be a little shortage in Italian prunes bat
with that exception the fruit output of
tbe Umpqoa valley will be excellent.
Misses Mae and Minnie fisher are
iaitine with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L.
Fisher, on North Deer crsek. Mise Min
nie is very much improved in health,
and it is boped she will be much bene
fitted by the freth mountain air
O. U. Allison, tbe genial postmaster
and merchant of Camas Valler, was in
town on basinets Saturday and remem
bered this office with a pleasant bneines?
calL He reports farmers busy in bis vi
; cinity and crop prospects very good.
-Did yott know that Churchill & Wool
ler carried tbe largest and finest stock
of Wincbeeter rifles and shot guns carried j
outside of Portland which tuey sell at
Chicago prices and save their numerous
cuetomers freight and express charges?
Tbe new brick buildings now nnder
construction by B. J. BovingJon will be
an ornament to tbe city of Oakland,
when completed. We are euro that tbe
eood ueople of the town and vicinity
gard to otir high school at Roseburg the,
coming year. What cball we ray?
Tbe beat of the summer ia fairly upon
us and many of our people are .preparing
to go to tbe mountains and seaside for
their annual outing.
Hay harvesting throughout the couuty
ia well advanced, and an abundant har
vest of good quality will be safely stored
by tbe last of the week.
Don't think yon can cure that slight
attack cf Dyspepsia by dieting, or that it
will care itself. Kodol Dyspepsia Care
will cure if; it "digests what you eat"
and restores the digestive organs to
A.C. M AKSTERS CO
Stearns & Ciienoweth at Oakland have
now on band hardware of all kinds pur
chased before the raise and will sell at
less thru former prices while in stock.
Also buggies, hacks and wagons fo to f 10
lees than can be nought elsewhere.
Warranted sewing machine, $20. .Best
six hole SO inch oven Steele range with
high closet and reservoir, $10. Car load
of choice cedar shingles.
Carl Boron killed a large cougar, near
Cottage Grove, the first of the week.
Tbe monster was watching a deer-lick
for a big supper, when Mr. Boren die
covered him. The cougar was only
about 10 feet away and ready to spring
upon tbe hunter when the yaick and
fatal sbet was fired. Mr. Boren consid
ers it was a very narrow ecap?, as tbe
animal evidoutly meant business. Ore
While driving some cattle last Thura
day Frank WaitVa boree fell with bim
on Main street opposite the rceiJenos
occupied by tbe editor, throwing Mr.
Waiteto the ground, the horse ttien
rolling over bim. He waa struck in the
back by tbe saddle horn and iiie
eeverly hurt, but soon recovered and
went on bis way and was able to take
will appreciate the business enterprise the train for Portland tbe same evening,
of Mr. Bovingdon. I to look after busineee matters.
J. LL Ky of Oaklaud retaUred at the
LafUuan'e kodak and photo supplies
at Churchill & Woolley e.
Latett elvlie iu UUies and irenla jewel
ry iu ail yraJfS t J . T. Bryan
Tout Roberta rtturnmt Thursday from
a visit ht Vom-alla. Oregon. Ashland
A fine line of men's hats ia Fedoras
and stiff bats in the U'.tt shapes and
colors at Jo6ebeon'.
For your watches, clocks and jewelry
go to Bryan. His prices wi!l please you
and his work is Sist daw.
Mrs. C. B. Cometock of lWtlacd, and
Mrs. C. M. Ycunc and chiUren cf Eu
gene, are spending a few days, iu Ibis
city visiting with fiien-.ls.
Thtt regular term of t iieuii court ad
jotirned laet we?k and it is rut likely
thai Commissioner Byron's succesjor
will bo s.5et-ied before the September
The residence cf 6ol Abraham 'a re
cently vacated by Hon. and Mrs. J. H.
Rsolb. is receiving a new coal of paint
ami will scon be occupied by Dr. and
Mrs. Oeo. E. Houck.
Sbeepuieo are busy bringing in their
wool, the prevailing price being about
10W cent per pound. About I",C00
pounds was puiped by loc.l dealers
this week. Myrtle Point Eoterprie
We have the on;y experienced upbol-
w'.eier and carpet man in Roseburg. l"p-
bolstery work and furniture repaired.
Carpets laved or sewed to order. Furni
ture packed fur tbippinr. Rice & Rice,
rneuuiouia, la grippe, coughs, colds,
croup and w hooping cough readily yield
to One Minute Cough Cure. Use this
remedy in lime and save a doctor's bill
or the undertaker's.
MARSTERS & CO.
Our E. B. Mclllroy ia still to the fiont.
He was elected as one of the vice presi
dents of the National Educational Asso
ciation at Los Angeles Ja6t Thursday.
Prof. O. T. Corson, of Col am bos, Ohio,
was elected president.
The editor and wife spent Sunday
visiting with the former's uncle and sunt
Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Boidler, at their
farm home six miles from Oakland.
Grandma Cornier is also a member of
the family, and came iu for her full
share of attention during out brief visit
T. W. Andrews of SooUsbarg, pro'
prietor of the tanuerr at that place,
came in on Saturday's local to ' meet his
aunt who arrived last night from Califor
nia. Mr. Andrews believes in making
Lome attractive and in erder to help do
this, purchased a fine organ of T. K,
Richardson, our enterprising music man
Mr. Andrews returned borne this morn
ing. X. LalUut of Urdeu Valley, ' an old
piontero! this county, aged about 73
years, met with uite a severe accident
Thursday eveniog while driving on tbe
road between lb: a place and Winchester.
His team becoming frightened ran away,
throwing the old gentlemau out of the !
wagon injuring his back ijaite severely.
He wan carried to the home of Wm Vin
son, and on tbe following day was re
moved to bis home somewhat improved,
but still very sore and lame.
L. rCriule of Peel is in the city.
Hesiry Champagne o( Veer Creek waa
lu I be cUy .SaiimUy.
VUs .Icllie Jouus uJ Miss L'va len
niiigspeiit Sunday in Looking (ilass.
J i. bmitli, f Uoeliurg, ia registered
at t!m Belvedere Evening Telegram.
Frank, Muk and Bud Livingston of
IVul, wern trHiiat:liiig Imsinesj in town
All the returned Oregon boys w ill be
Dewey a and Uobsmis to us when tbey
A bouncing boy arrived at the home
o! Mr. and Mrs. Chap. Davis, of this city
July 13, 1890.
F. B. Wvite, a cittia-Uuyer of Rose
burg, in a v''ft t the lVtkins. Evvn
. A. Cobb of Roseburg arrive 1 today,
to look over- t'io peach market. Ash
unJ Tidings. ,
J. Harvey VYbiUe t and niece, Miss
Kale Campbell tf Roberta Creek, were
in the city Sjiurd.tr.
M'S. James McAjun'e and son, Charlie
Uiuesman, returned on Satuiday inorn
ing'a overland from 1'ortlund.
Dr. M. W. Davis is here and has offices
upstairs over tlif p stouice. Call early,
as be will only remain e!g!it or ten days.
Tues l-tj's O egoni iu says : L'cense to
wed ba teen i-mJ Johu Montague,
sga SO, of Jacksjn county, and Jessie
Givens, ag) 22.
Likevicw RfgUter, July G: E. II.
Loll u s nd faxily pieaed through en j
route for Roseburg yecrdy wlere they
expect to reside.
C. Ledgerwood, the lunJon hard-
Wire uiertliau', pat-eeJ turougu town
Monday on his way to Kiddle. Myrtle!
Mrs . Rev. ( ieo K. Arnold aud chil
dren arrived home from Portland Fri
day eveniog alter a most enjoyable
visit with frieuds.
D'. and Mrs. J. C. Twitchell were pas
sengers c:i Thursday eve.iit-g'a overland
to PorllauJ, whure sl.ey will enjoy a
week'' visit iib frien-lo.
License to w ed Lave been issued to
Mr. E. C. Jackaon nd Miss Minnie
Cotnutt of Ridd'e. and Mr. G. R. Evans
snd Mr. Mary .roith of iaklanv.
Mrs. 1. B. KidJ.e and little sou, ar
rived home from Portland latt Friday
where they ld been enjoyiug a pleas-
ant visit wit'ti itUt:ve. an I !n?a le.
A F.Brown wil begin at ence the!
erection cl a line li luets irica uoiiuio;
inOiklaud. This will till out all the
vacant lots on t'..e irunt of the block.
A fieainship hsjit n.aJe the run
between Havan i and New uik in two
daysund labours. The same rate of
speed. Is knot an hour, wou'd cover the
distance between au Fraocito an 1 Ma
nila in 17 day.
What' the matter with the claim
jumpers iu t!ie i3uetnia: luey evi
dently think thy are in Klondike or
some other foreign country, but will
learn rerbais that they are withiu the
borders of civi'xitioc.
The fjgMiug eJitor and hii bitter hilf
went over to Oaklaud ou yesterday's lo
cal an j we haven't feen them since, so
the business manager with ihebe'pof
tbe forca is rustling this issue of the
Plaindealis. No criticisms, please!
Parties coming oxer the road from
Roseburg fckk aboul the territla road
through the cjuyoa; and give Coos
county credit for it. Xbat part of the
road is in Douglas coaoty, the Coos
county end Leiog ia firs, class condition.
Can't Docglas aJjrd to keep up her end?
Myrtle Point Entorptise.
U. F. AlK'ii, h iiiember ( Hii
Evaporatm: A Ctuuiug C.., ..( SK-ai,
Bpsnt sevwriti .Uysii) iin I im' nenk
haviug iu cont .'Uijil.i'.io.i the t- u!tlin: !
tn evaporator i ithis iiv. t ninlr
stand that hs w pleimd with Mn pros
pects for the success of f-urb n inn'itu
lion here and perfected arraiueuuals
for the erection of rtn evapo.Mt r of 330
buihels csptcity perdiy. He proposes
to buy bis fruit outrig:u from iho grow
er, which will be most lutisfataory all
round. Juit sue i an Ins itntio'i is badly
needed at tbU p'ace, aud it is to be
hoped that Mr. Allen w ill see liin way
clear to add a cauuary to uit ev iporator
at no far distant dav. I!m1i wouhl no
doubt pay well, a Roseburg is the cent
er of a vast Ifuit, b.-rry and vegetable
producing country. . Mr. A leu left for
Portland ljst Friday morniiig lo pur
dbase material and contemplttes re
turning aul bfgiuuiug work on tbe
evaporator this week.
We Are Now Offering
Funeral of V. P. Hermann.
Mr. and Mrs. Georga Cuteforth and
children arrived in tbii city, Thursday
from Linn couuty, viiere they had been
enjoying a mouths visit with relatives
and friends at BrownsriUe, Albioyand
other place;. After a brief visit with
the family of II. A. Crow in this city,
thev returned to their home at Rid lie,
The non-arrival of the tteamer on
which the remains of W. P. Hermann
were shipped, bas canseJ much incon
venience, as the pi-iueere of tbe upper
valley. wUbed to attend I he fuueral.
Joseph Haines, of Eckly, and some par
ties of Arago came to pay their respects
to their departed neighbor and were ob
liged to return to their homea. Judge
Scbroeder's and Ales Stanff's ifbilies
visited tbe bjieaved family Tids.Ijv aud
Latlr. The. funeral 'ini.ts weie
held at tbe residence of the f.iuilyand
at the cemetery on the llermaiin borne
steal, July 12, ISJJ, aud waiaMy con
ducted by Rev.-Thomas Uarklo v. of the
German DaptiU church, iu tl.e pret
ence of Feveral huudred friends and
neighbors, the pioneers rejpeclfully pay
ing their tribute to the departed and
profouud tympstby to the bereaved fam
ily. Oivil Dodge, the Co s county bis
toriau, delivered an au"ectir eulogy on
behalf of the Piuuer Historical
Sjciety of Cjs county. Myrtle Poiu',
Our entire stock of SHIRTWAISTS, SUMMER DRESS
GOODS, and all lines of SUMMER GOODS, at greatly re
duced prices.. Call and get our prices on these goods, and yon
may then sec that we mean what wc say. The lines are till
complete, and there is a large assortment to choose from.
C.. .1 j f -3
JVC lllCSC $UUUS. .
A Sad Accident.
Mrs. C. 1L Sear", uu account
of ill Lealth, will retire from
businets. Xow offeriog her
"tuck of it.illitiery and fixtures
Ht a IvirvHin. A fine toiit-.l r 4
au. V complete housekeepiutr
outfit. A graod oueuiu for a
inilliuer and drefisuiaLer. Call
early and gt-t a bargain.
LmSuuday evening liU
Mrs. Elliot were retnruing ff Mii
sot-ville, where the had Ixej fi
ers to decorate the tables au l uro'u.ds
for the reception of the Editorial Aoci-
alion, their horse, a three ) ear-jM coir,
became frigbtenel at mie ori-t and
allying suddenly near inet
Notice to Contractors.
Mr 3tnt i
1 . ...I .. .li.A..f...a ..I M..tfint .tl.'rn t.
33, to- tbe eMgtlueni cl uie fcuooi
li-xise in fiat district up till J u'ciwk p.
u on TUursJay, July :x. Vi J Fi ns
r, l epeciticalions may bv seen at tbe
threw Mr. Elliot, who was nol loAiogj
auy cr a.i uioe.
for anything of tbe kind, (rc-m the 'jny.
Beiag thoroagbly f.ig'itened and tiudicg ;
itse'-f without a conlrotiirg baud the:
boit dash e. I down the road at a rapid i
rate, throwing Mrs. Elliott trout tbe j
buggy a few rods farther on. Mrs, hlli- j
o'.t besides receiving numerous braises'
about the body and hi, had her leg
broken just above the knte. The nn-!
fortunate lady was tsken borne sod Dr.
Picket called, who set the broken leg and
dressed the wounds of the suffering pa
tient. At present wriliug Mrs. Elliott is
suffering much but it is believed that
she will recover from her iojunes. Mr.
Elliott escaped with a few bruises.-'
Addrers all Lids lo
Me. H. R. I tKfiiavS,
Clerk Dirt. No ?,
My lotto im
TO LEAD IN BOTH
. . . Quality and Price . . .
GROCERIES AMD PRO VISIONS, mg
Anything from a side of bacon or a sack
of beans to the finest table delicacies.
Coffee is one of my specialties. I also
carry a fine line of Dishes, Crockerv and
Trade Checks As a special induce
ment, I am giving Trade Checks to all
cash purchasers, redeemable in o
amounts. Beautiful lot of prizes given to
holder of checks. Entirely free.
Orders by mail or 'phone promptlv at
....MRS. N. BOYD.
Wood Wanted at ThU Office.
Now is the time fir subscribers who
are la arrears, or t.ew su'iim.Tibers, lo pay
Uieir sotscriplion in woo-L Ve want
wood at this otiice, wood of all descrip
tion, oak, hr, pite, Uerwo-jd, cordwood,
fine wood, bloik. brii g it a!oig while tbe
roads are gwl.
Two Overlands Dally.
A report, seemingly well founded j
says that ths Southern Pacitic will ran j
tbe Rosebarg local, through to Sao '
Francisco, the soathboand arriving at
Eugene absat 1 :m . m. and tue north
bound at 12:30. Toe traics woold be
used as locals and second-claas over
lands and would give general satisfaction.
It is said to be aa assured fact, and that
orders will be issued shortly. Eagens
M. V. RAPP, Prescription Druggist.
Drags?, Toilet Article, t'aimt Medi-
ciuh. Cigar. Stationery. Toilet
Sap9. Paints vuf Oile.
Tbe Richest Yet.
GOOD GOODS AT
.K cloud-burst cccuirei about uii'iei
west from Uunticgton Wcduesday eveu
ing, about 8 o'clock, that washed a large
amount of sagebrush, rock and sand
across the railroad track, covering it eev
eral feet deep fcr quite a distance. The
debris was at once removed by the sec
tion hands on that section ol the road.
Oregonian, 10th. .
We des!ra to call the attention oi our
came warden to the following item w hich
appeared in alurdav'a Myrtle Point En-;
terpriee : "A couple of skin haulers are j
Blayiogdeer sjuie wbeie neirRcgue river.
Thev have followed this occupation in
Douglas and adjoining counties for some
years, and are experts. Deer c:rcasscs
by the score mark their trail."
L. A. Marsters ha; pnrcussed a thor
oughbred Angora buck of Aikeu and
Thornton. Mr. Marsters is one of the
pioneer goat breeders of this county and
savs he has looked over the band of
goats recently brought lo Ibis place and
considers them good goals, well worth
I the price asked for tbem. He says be
' considers goats a very - iuipoi taut factor
to the farmer who is clearing up laud.
(J. E. Neven and wife of Piaukinton,
b. D., arrived at this place Wednesday
aud remained a guest of Mr. II. Muu
bou and fam'ly of Edenbower over Thurs
day. Mr. Neven ia editor and proprietor
of the Auroia County Standard, a
etauncn republican jiurnal of 5-outh Da
kota, and is an old friend of Mr. aud
j.Mrs. Muusou. Tlioeditor and wile had
been louring lbs state with the Editorial
Association aud they were loud in their
j praises for Oregou.
Cottage .iove Lwder, Jaly H: From
Mr. J.I. Jones we learn the richest
striks yet reported bas been made v the
Musick Company, in Lere No. '-' at the
west end. Tbe ore shows coarse g jld in
large quantities, many ibuDks of the
stuif being as largs as a gold .(outer dol
lar. This is even richer than the Hel
ena which has heretofore taken the cake
for rich free ore.
"loerr ia human," but to continue
the mistake of neglecting your blood is
folly. Keep your bloov' pure with
Notke to Horsemen
The directors of the Second Southern
Oregon District Agricultural Society have
authorised me to state to the public that
a special purse will i oilcred for Doug
las county horses only, at the coming
i.aSiM.) II. W. MiLi.tn,
Tiiere ia one little inaxiui
Tnat now I will name.
Which may bring what Is Letter
Than riebes or fame.
All those who will beed it
tijod appetite bud.
Strong nerves, to-y cheeks,
And v.gor o! min i.
It will banisMy-'pepsia.
Rheumatics and gout.
That Tiid Feeling conquer.
Drive scrofula oat.
And here ia the maxim
Its wisdom ia sum
Take Hood's Sarsaparilia
And keep jour t looJ pure.
W otlet One Hundred Dollars Reward
fur any caee of Catarrh that ran not be
cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props. Toledo, O.
We the uudersTgne 1 have known F. J.
j Ctteney lor the last 13 vears. aud believe
Lin? perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to car
ry out auy obligations made by their
WosUfc TtuA, Wholesale Druggist?,
Waldimt. Kiunau Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. j
Hall's Catarrh Cure is' taken iotern.il-1
ly, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surface of the system. Frice 75c
per bottle. Sol.l by all druggists. Test,
The celebrated Magazine Cyclone Plate
Cameras. Triumph Cut Film Cameras.
Call and Examine them.
EstBblibeJ in lb77 )
The leading varieties of thorough
Eggs from the finest strains sent
on short notice. Send for Cata
Forest Grove, Or. J. M. GARRISON.
J. F. BARKER'S" & CO.
For Over a-'iriv Vewa.
an Olu asn Watt-Taitn RtaaDr.-Mrt
'inlow'i Soothiug Snnp h ben OfJ for
aver fitly years by millions ol mothers tar Ihcir
tliilJren nitltc tcutlilug, witU wrlitt uvcoa.
. Mill WflB,
sSSSHrS Also CHAMPION BINDERS, MOWERS,
isive privilege of con- lu cvcry pmrt ot tbe worM. Twenty- 1
Sealed bids will
retarv of the Second
ety, for the excluei
ducting a restaurant al the pavilliou and
a saloon at tbe race course at the coming
air, from Aug. 2J to Sept. 3, ISW.also
persons wanting stand privileges will ap
ply lo the secretary,
(jloa) 11, V, MlLLKK,
five cents a bottle, iu value l luuaiciuauie
Be mre ana ak for Mrs. InMow'n Sooiblna
Srrup, and lke no other kind.
To say that we are selling Summer Goods like the following "at cost" would be
putting it mildly. An announcement of Good Goods is news at any time. To buy them
at the following prices ought to be better news. Call early for first choice.
50 cents, now
Figured Pique, 10 and 15 cent grade, now
Black ground figured Manila Cords, 8 cents, now
Light figured Cords and Dimities, 7 and 8 cent, now
10 cent Embroidery and figured Lawns, now
New Goods: Overalls, Pants, Toweliugs, Blankets, Yarns, etc,
JACKSON-COltNUTr-E. C. Jacksou.
a brolher of John Jackson, the Kiddle
merchant, and Miss Minnie Coi'uUlt,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. D. Cirnutt
were married at the home of the bride
near Kiddle, Sunday, July 10, 1S99,
Rev. Hanson of Myrtle Creek, otikiat
The groom is a rustling young business
man of Riddle, very popular and highly
eateeuied by his wide circle of frieuds in 1
Sjulh Douglas. . The bride 13 a native ol
this county auJ was raised at Kiddle,
and is a charming and highly esteemed
fcealed bids will be received by the
ckUeus committee on reception of Ore
gon volunteers for exclusive sUnd
privileges on the grouuds. All bids to
be iu ou or before Saturday, July 15,
1S1W, nt 12 o'clock m. Committee re
seives the right to reject any. or all bids.
For particulars inquire of the secretary.
Secy. Cit'uens Com.
...Ride a Rambler
Uemaining uncalled for iu Ihe Rose
burg poetouice :
Bradley, Louisa K. -Dodge,
Laton, E. W.
Moxham, U. N.
Moxhain, Ueo. N.
Persons calliug for these letters wiil
vnimir ladv. who has a host of aduiiriuit 1 please state the dateou which they were
ROSEBURG NOVELTY CASH STORE,
friends. The Flainiii:.lek touiBloex
tending pongralulalious. May happiness
and prosperity attoud tiiem through life
and may they iyo to iiijnv many hapriy
returns of their nuptial day.
advertised, July 17 IS'J9. The letters
will be charged for at the rate of one
W'j. A. I iiAitu,
Why have ihe American Armies always been victorious?
Because the U. S. A. had the very best of material and used it economically aud
intelligently, to the best possible advantage.
Why do Rambler Bicycles continue, year after year, to be the most popular wheels
made, prove so generally satisfactory and yet sell at such a fair price?
For reasons similar to those above mentioned.
We cater to ihose who demand the best.
Investigate our "No. 24 Men's Medium weight Rambler Roadster." the most sub
stantial wheel ever made. Price only 40.
A. C. Marsters & Co., Agents,