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RICE & RICE,
The House Furnisher,
Three Large Shipments.
Direct from Kastern factories, received in the last ten days.
Goods bought in large quantities mean low prices for the consum
er. That is our proposition.
No Wise Buyer,
Can possibly overlook our Bargains. When we say Bargains we
mean prices not duplicated by any firm. We can furnish your
house complete. The only store in Southern Oregon that carries
a complete line of House Furnishings. Send us your orders we
can. fill them. We solicit your correspondence.
It's a fact
Cor. Jackson and Oak
That at Currier's Grocery you can get
the best goods for the least money.
Call around and convince yourself that $$2
our prices are right: satisfaction guaran- 5d2
teed. Tust received a fresh line of 3
T T VMa B IVI
STRONG'S FURNITURE STORE
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THE PLAINDEALER THE BLIC SCH00LS vs
MM - Thursday, i KOSEBURU REVIEW.
T 1'LAISDEALEK IT BUSHING CO.
E. I). STRATKORU..
XV . C. CONKER..
1. 1. STRATFORD, Mgr. and Solicitor
furcc Month .
SEPTEMBER 21, 1S93.
j Again last Thursday the Hoseburg Re
! view took owaslou to make iiselt ridicu
lous and the laughing slock of the entire
community, ? mating am-tber con
temptible itn I niaiicton attack on the
principal ami directors of our public
Bays to tirade the Mo
echoola, without provocation, but tiroply
to gratify a personal epite of the editor
engendered by the failure of the school
board to f avorabl v consider an appli a
tion of a very near relative of this plebe
ian editor, for a poeition in the school.
He save "Heretofore Kosebur Las not
Almost every ni.il ii.i- k Us j considered it oecewary to import t.raius
Wrought ob new cah tubcMo-. to the j from Myrtle Point, and the ueceesity for
t... -irul.il... Mir la Creek and it now exists in the minds of a very
- : . . - t a .i.
Gardiner being among the puccipal con
tributore. In the meantime. J. h. fftrav
ford, our rustling lm?ines manager, Las ;
been kept buey - recordist V. i;atnes of
new subscribers iu tle bopyid d-jwu
the Uuipuua river. The I'laisoialek is
enjoying a veritable eabcrii tion and ad
small clique, who tecured the potr
they possess by false pretences." Prof.
Traver was unanimously elected by the
school board to serve a second year aa
principal of the public schools, to satis
factorally was his first year's services.
Hence, it will be seen that the "small
vartiein oootn and er'e the cJoms of the jeUqa-." referred too. is no lees tban the
year it will have the largest bonifide cir
culation of any neaspawr paWi bed in
rJroniit home inetitutio-., aud help
build op your on city and country.
The fruit season is here and the mar
school board, which is composed of three
of this city's aicet prominent, highly es
teemed and successful business men,
namely: J. F. Batter, Attorney O. P.
Coahow and F. W. Woolley, who were
elected to the position they hold practi-
j cat without opposition, these geallemen
i bavins always ben among Mr. Fisher's
In a telephone uieceaiie to the Guard
K. A. So.Hh, vice-president of the Bootb
Kelly Lumber Co , gives the information
that Tuesday at San Francisco, Chief
Eogineer Hood, of the Southern Pacific,
let the contract for grading 14 miles of
the branch road no the Mohawk to Juhn
E. l.ys, of Portland, formerly of tLo
hrm of Jeffreys & Cava. This contract
covers that part of the road from the
point wli;re it leaves the S. P. R. R, to
the Mohawk mill site, four miles above
Cole's station. The mill site has been
named Wendling. after one of the pro
moters, and application has already been
made for a poetofficv.
The engineers will commence at once
setting the grade stakes, and it is J under
stood Contractor Bays will begin grading
on Monday next. Mr. Bays will employ
all the men and teams be can secure in
this section, brieging the rest of bis help
and apparatus from Pji Used. Eugene
The Helena and Winchester Made
ket it flooded with choice frail,
melons in abundance.
Water- Btncu 'riends, rocially.
! Tfiai. ,m iK. s.intlimn In thflm ir
Fisher now contemptuously refers as "a
j very small clique7' and who ha accuses
Massachusetts leads Ml v e btates in j of a tre,cn 0f tiust and "securing the
furnishing soldiers for the Philippines, j pg, tney possess by false pretenses."
Edward Atkinson's ability e a recrait- j yvtat do onr thoughtful, intelligent citi
Ing officer deserves a teetim-aiial. ren8 tijink of this accusation? Is there
"" i the remotest belief entertained by any
The Wai-bintf-on volunteers evidently one iu this community, that the above
do not consider the ar failure nor an j mentioned gentlemen ever entered into
nujuet cause, eighty members of the gal-: any agreement ith Mr. Fi-l.er prior to
lant First Washington haviog reinlu-ted. J their election, or made any pledges or
t promises they have not fulfilled that
U is planned in Washington to Und tbie relaUve of Mr. Fuher should be giv-
.1.. .,..! I, -..tf .nif.r.:t'Lwa,u"" ou,uu, v' u"
an armv on the norm o
after the navy has preparel e way.
thus attacking Agilnildo's rm in the
Secretary Root is a man w ho does busi
ness and keeps things moving. All the
new regiments will be landed at Manila
this fall, in time for a hot winter campaign.
ilar promises? Xo, most emphatically,
jno! However, such an inference might
j easily bs drawn from the insinuations of
this freik of humanity, whom a long
suffering community has pet milled to
flourish in its midst.
Relative to the importation of Myrtle
Point brains to this city, we think there
are several person who will aree uh
' ue, when we say that any kind ol brains,
Tnere are whispering in political cir-! not excepting call brains, would be an
cies that Elihn Riot, secretary of war, is : improvement t j the quality of gray mat
likely to be the administration candidate
fjrthe republican nomination for vice
Nebraska papers report a large de
mand for lands in that stat. It is quite
extraordinary to note how many kinds of
prosperity have been visited upon Ne
braska by the defeat of Bryan.
ter now employed on the editorial eta IT
of the Review, and from which emioates
the foul effaeiaus contained in i!s col
umns from time to time.
Congressman Tongue Visits Roscburg
Portland wins her fight to have the
Thirty-fifth regiment to go aboard trans
ports at that port. The steamers will be
fitted out wiib supplies at San Francisco
nd come to Portland for the regiment.
Prophets h-i insisted that the annex
ation of Hawaii would cause the United
btates aa enormous amount cf trouble
and expense have to be reminded now
that the peaceful and floari-hiog little
islands are still on the map.
Col. . Bryan declared in a
Han Francisco that he did not favor the
withdrawal of our troops from tlie Phil
ippines until a stable g'jvainmeot is es
tablished. What has ir popocratic
neighbor to say a hoi: this?
The Mite, published at Corrallis,
Claude A. Riddle, editor and manager,
came Jto our table attain this morning
after neue pension of about one year. It
is a four column folio, appears brighter
and more newsy than ever and its liber
al advertising patronise intuiei ite sac
cess. Long liveth Mite and m;yits
editor prosper exceedingly.
Toe trust discussion promises to re
vive the tariff question, the democrats
alleging that the tariff i tin father or
mother of trusts. It has cut no figure
with the trusts, but the present tariff Lai
brought ortfer oat fct chaos, prosperity
out of disaster, and strength out of weak
ness. It is to lie hoped that there will
le oo more bootless disuussioh of this
question which his already lx en settled,
but if it must c m, let the democracy
of the couotry et dure the coubeqaenues.
lid Prof. Traver been vested with the
authority to employ the tubordinate
teacher in our public school and exer
cise! this authority to ttie extent of fa
vorably coosidcriu the application of a
near relative of the Review's editor for a
P N-iii u iu tbtt sdiooM, regardless of the
wishes of the fn.-h.iol bwrd, tin professor
luilit have b ru spared the dirty
thrifts directed at him by this igooram
nr. However tnis childish prattle of the
Review really ' does no harm and it
pleads Charlie, who can't help making
a dmky of himself.
Hon. Thomas II. Tongue, congress
man from this district, accompanied by
his daughter, Elizabeth, 'spent Wednes
day iu this city cn their return home
from Grants Paw, where on Tuesday
j Mr. Tongue delivered an add.-ess at the
1 Soldiers and Sailor' reunion. Wednes
day afternoon Mr. Tongue and daughter
were guests at the Soldier's Uame aad
received a very cordial welcome from
the commandant and old veterans. Mr.
Tongue's popularity is steadily increas
ing in this part of the state, where the
people are beginning to realize that in
him nMirrtn Kao aa mnat nr. la o 1 1 I imlne.
aaaaaa vav,a a aa uiwci - aauw tuu
speech at t trious champion io congre-s. Mr.
Tongue's acquaintance and popularity
with bis colleagues in congress is juet
beginning to place him in a position to
accomplish much good for his district
and the state at large, few far Western
men having more icfluence in coogriss
tban has Mr. Tongue. For some time
past Mr. Tongue has been working vig
orously to secure the condemnation and
porcbase of the locks at Oregon City by
the government, in which he has thus
far been mist successful. The impo'taace
of this effort on the part of our coLtress-
man will be more fully realized and ap
preciated when it is stated that free locks
at Oregon City means an annual stving
to the Willdtne'.te va!ley farmers of over
$2o0,0u0. The freight rate through the
locks being 50 cents a ton, abolition of
the toll would result iu a saving of
about J5J,000 a year to the producers
and fbippers interested. The popula
tion o! the district prooeed to be bene
fitted by the purchase of the locks being
about 141,000. Mr. Tongue very eenti
bly argues tl at "in a word, the river is a
regulator of freight rates. To abolish
the toll means fj oil of every carload of
produce and merchandise shipped from
valley poiuts to Portland, and Ir.jiu Port
land to valley paint." In Mr. Tongue
Oregon most certainly has a n.oet able
aud energetic representative.
Articles of incorporation of the Helena
Mining Co. No. 2, P.J. Jennings, R. J.
Jennings and Charles Bruneau, have
been filed io the county clerk's office.
Capital stock, fl.OOO.OoO; value of each
share, ! ; the object and business of the
corporation ia to own, purchase and sell
mining claims in Lane and Dougl
coon tie: principal office, Cottage Grove,
Trustees J. I. Jone?, G. U. Snapp and
('. II. Jones have filed articles incorpor
ating the Winchester Mining Co., of Ro-
bemia : object is to boy and sell and op
erate mining property io Line and
Douglas counties; principal effice, Cot
tige Grove; capital stock, (00,000 di
vi Jed into 1, 000,000 charts at o cents
each. Eogene Guard.
A Trail to Bohemia.
The board of trade met in special ees
sion Monday evening for the purpose
discussing the proposition of boilding
wagon road from liiii city 'to the Bo
hemia mines, and to arrange lor an earl
survey of the route.
Ti;e uieetiog whirS was fairly well at
tended was called to order by President
Sheridan and remarks were made on the
subject by Hon. U. S. K. Buick, S. C.
Flint, I. F. Rice, J. H. Shupe. G. G.
Warner, T. K. Richardson. C. S. Jack-
eon, E. Chevigny and others.
The opinion generally expressed was
that a trail should first he constructed
and if the route proved a practical one a
wagon road would follow in due course
On motion the following commit
tee was appointed to solicit funds
for the purpose of opening the trail : D.
S. K. Buick, S.C.Flint, I. F. Rice, B.
W. Strong and T. K. Richardson.
The bosrd adjourned subject to the
rail of the president.
To all sick and discouraged Peo
pie in mind, body or estate.
No matter what your ailment ;
or how long you have been
ailing. Greeting, Health and
There are thousands of people till over the world who are tick and
Utterly discotuapd because mcdiciue has failed to cure them. They are
t' raving out lives cf torture, having come to the conclusion that thfre is
no hope for them. .
But there is hope. There ii a jceitie cure for ev ry fcrm tf ditewe,
even those commonly called incurable, as Dubetis, Brights disease, Con
sumption and Cancer.
That there i-i so immense poaer iu the mind for tho cure of the sick
is a truth, which is daily growing stronger to the consciousness of all think
ing people. Take for instance "Christian Science." It is more than a
fad, it is a rediscovery in part rf an old thousands of years old ever
active and wonderful, but Btill imperfectly understood Force in Nature.
Still Christian Science tas no claim to be called a science (and it tn.y
be questioned w Let her its founder, who is said to have made a million of
dollars out of it, has justifiable claims to be a considered consistent fol
lower of the lowly Nuririne) yet it cannot be denieJ, that Mary Eddy is an
Idealist and has found thv mind controls matter, acd cores are being
made, which Io al but the initiated, seem almoet miracnlons.
These cures, perhaps all cures, are effected by changing the vibrations
in a patients mind. The presence of a doctor, whom we have been accus
tomed to trunt will often change these vibrations snd supplant fear wilh
hope. I I-pe is allied to the will. The will takes its rise out of hope. As
eoou as tde vibrations are changed from doubt and fear to hope, ths will
begins to g it her force and af-sert itself. When our treatment, mental and
Bio-chcti'ical, s'.rikee tnare!y iuto the centres of dieeared vibration and
tbepatitnt U-gins at once to recover.
I claim to hive found the means by which Mental not Christian)
Sviecce con.h g iu to the aid of a mi'd and ration? therapeutics (largely
Eii-Clieiriieii r life chemical) can cure tie mot serious forms of disease
either of mind or l.ody. Even tl ce tronbles of Otgai ic character, Heel
ing Brain, long, heart, stomach, livrr, k:dne)e, or sx organs, and I prc
poie to prove this to the satisU:iim of ths afllicted who rosy call upon tor.
I will give references and examination. To those who cancot corns but
wha write me, enclosing (.tamp I'll send free advice. My permanent
P. O. address ts Box 625, Portland, Oregon. I shall remain for a week
possibly ten days at the McClslUn Hous, but come at once if you want
t know what ails you, an-I what yon mast djtoget well.
Hcie is an odd bureau
with a 24 x to Freuch bevel
mirror for $15.00. Have oth
ers ranging in price from $S.
up aud all of them guaranteed
Tust received a line of
Bamboo book cases, music
racks, Easels foot stools, etc.
that aie pretty and cheap.
Iron teds to suit all comers
ranging in price from $4.25
All kinds of Pies, Cakes,
Our line of Carpets and
Wall Paper can t be beat they
are fresh and new and up-to-
uaie in styles.
See our 95c solid oak diner
if you can beat it will make
you a present of it. Have
other hardwood cane seat
diners at S5 aud gocts.
We sell new goods, not old
goods for new and guarantee
them as c represent them.
Remember our motto
"Honest values and good
Notice For Publication.
C5ited States L.d Om ,
KtMebunr. Oregon, July A, 189.
Notice it tiertfbjr siren that In eomplianca
with tbe v"J '" u( tlie act of Congroa ol
Jane 3, lt7, entitled "An act fur the aaleof
timber lan'U in thcfetatcn of California, Oregon, '
Nerxla and Wuhinxton Territory;"
JOHN R. HALE,
of Grant Yt-t, county of Joacphloe, state ol
Oregon, hu this day filed in this vOlce hi
sworn utatemcut No. ml, (or tbe purchase of tbe
HE H ol Motion No. 1 iu township No. 33 H,
ranve No. 3 w. ana win oner proof 10 now teal
me lana roueni u more Tunote tor ies ujboct
or (tone than lor asn-icuHnral purpose, and to
ustablirh bis claim to il ianl before the Ker-
Uter and KcctiTi r of tbi odire u Sotetmrc.
Oregon, on friilay, tbe 3Kh day of October,
He namen M witnestcs: W illiam E. Ripper,
Kicbartl Miller, William Hammond and L. C
Brown, all of tiranu Pais, Oregon.
Any and all penons claiming adrersrly tlx
atove-riwribed lands are renaested to their
cUinn in tbtt office en or before said 30Ui day
of October, li-.
J. T. BRIDGES.
TO RIDE A
Notice for Publication.
U.tiTiD Statu Laso Office,
RtMeban;. Oiefon, September 9. 109.
Notice In hereby Kiven that the following
named wttler has liled notice of his intentioa to
msjce final proof In support of his claim aad
that aid proof will be made before tbe Secislzr
and Receiver, C. b Land Office at Ruaeoarv,
Oregon, on October 27, 19, Tiz:
On his H. E. No. 67V7, for the lota i It , See
lot 1. Sec 16, Tp. r., 0. R. I. West, He names tho
iollnwloK . aitneaes to prove bis eontinnoua
residence upon asd cultivation of, said laad
A. a. Smith. N L Rone. Z. PeUaad, Herbert
Hunt ail of Oakland, Orcxoo.
t. T. BRIDGES,
John B. Pilkington, M. D.
DOUGLAS COUNTY PRUNES
Quit Fkkiog (Jreen Prunes, But Mae
Started ip The Evaporators.
A Tour of Coos County.
Washington, i?ept. 19 Secretary Koot
to Jay received a cablegrim from Geoeral
Ot is that teemed to indicate a weaken
ing on tbe part of tbe luaurgeote in La
ion. It contained a proffer to deliver
tbe American prisoner who bare been
for so many months in tbe band of tbe
insurgents, and also eongbt permission
to parley it U General Otis. Tbe cable,
grain was at once taken by Secretary
Koot over to tbe cabinet meeting, and
formed tbe main topic for discussion at
tbe beginning of tbe cabinet session.
Follow ioj; is tbe test of tbe dispatch:
"Manila, Sept. 19 Adjatant-tieneral
Washington : General MacArtbar re
ports from Angeles a visit of two insur
gent oflicers wiib a request for permis
sion to send into oar lines tbe American
prisoners snd to send ti Manila a prom
inent iiiMirgeut general officer for con
ference, liio requested interview was
granted, and ineargeot officers at Angel
es will return north this morning with
the information. Otis,"
"A few days of warm weather Lave
ripened tbe prunes so rapidly tbat the
pickers were forced to quit packing, eays
tbe Kiddle correspondent of tbe Kote
burg PutiNDEALkK," The above item is
going tbe rounds of the state press, aod
while a true statement, conveys .n er
roneous impression. By wsy of expla
nation we will say Ibat most of tbe Ital
ian prune growers in and about Riddle
sold their prunes green this season at
one cent per pound deliveicd at tbe de
pot, wbere they were nicely packed for
shipment. However, to handle tbe frnit
in this manner and to insure its reach
ing its destination in good condition, it
is Lecessary that the trait be picked be
fore it becomes fully ripe. The recent
warm weather having hastened the rip
ening of tbe prunes, green shipments
ceased, bat picking continued jast tbe
same, tbe remainder of tbe fruit being
hauled to tbe various evaporators wbere
it is being converted into a firet-c'.ass
dried product. Tbe prune crop of South
Douglas is turning out better than was
nticipated though not as heavy a yield
as last year, but tbe quality is cqoaily as
good if not better.
Races at Salem.
The Pioneer's Way.
'The "aunties" have probably forgot
triiHiatthe American iioneer carried
hi bible iu one baud aud bis rifle in tbe
other, aud that our magnificent domain
ii tbe fruit of bis expansionist ideas.
Xs't't-ilie American (dem).
The United Stales Kevietd Sti tutes
SecMon o&jl. Lvety person owing al- j
legiance t j tbe United States who levies
war againet them, or ndheres lo Ibein
eneruiee, giving th?m aid and coiufcrt i
wi'.liin the t'tiited Hates or eluew here, !
i. guilty cf treanun.
Section 6IJ3J. Kery ers .11 guilty ol
treason eh! I HiiftVr d -atli ; or, at the Jia-'
eretion of the court, r-liall lo irupuaoned
al hard lbjr lor not less than live j ears
aud lined not leM than $10,G0J
and, moreover, be incapable of holding
any ofTn under the United States.
Wednesday, as on Saturday, the pace
was the attraction cf the day. Tbe en
tries were; Jees Brown's I'atbnitrk,
Kirkland's Primrose, I'ratt's Scappoosa,
McDonougb's Belle Air, Wentworth's
Alir.ora, Hose's Barnacle, Simpson's
Aha Norte, and Starkweather's Stark
ay. Surky was a rtroog favorite. He
afl seventh in tbe line, while Scsppoose
had the polo hut be took second at tbe
quarter, which was made in 0:34, Belle
Air, a green horse, leading. Starkay
made eeveral trials for the lead, but
Bel 1 Air only iucreaecd her speed, and
.n(--eil under the wire iu 2:14.' 4. Stark
ny via; teccud ami Barnacle a poor
Vic tory may be delayed a few days Ly
I tku rui'lnira (if Hiicli man an rAnuriiEBmtii
lentz, but it if sure to come. Iu the
meantime, let the work of spotting the
traitors go bravely on.
Tbo poetically inclined young man cl
tbe city who penned the following is en
titltd to tbe blue ribbon :
I met a girl of the .
And gently took her t&
1 thouicbt I'd pop tbe 7
But I didn't have the ts&
Probably the man never lived who
wasn't sorry that he wrote a certain let
As impregnable as is Gibraltar, IVwey
captured it with no resistance.
Great hardships prevail in the West
Tbe farmers cannot sacure enough hands
to gather their big crops. Baltimore
The first year of a man's married life
be speaks of his wile s darning as em
broidery. What he calls it alter tbat
wouldn't look well in this column.
Tbe Dewey day committee on plan
and scope is earnestly requested to re
serve a good seat for Senator Hoar,
where be can command a full view ol
tbe band wagon.
Many of tbe new autumn bats for the
c. oi-door girl, though not designed for
; i iing, call forth tbe irreleyant and
uncomplimentary remark from tbe small
boy : "SLoot tbe hat."
' Last Sunday a brown b'ar approached
within a mile o( Engene, evidently look
ing for thoso eastern editors who have
Ltd so much to say about Skinner's
butte and the game breakfutt.
For a few days IoogHr state a 11 airs will
have to rest quiet, while the people look
with pride upon the prize pumpkin and
tbe curly beaded fteer and lose their
money on tbe horse that was sure to
win at Salem.
Tbe pavillions are not very well tilled,
not tyenas well died as in former years,
at tbe state fai, but tbe horse races are
all right, and there are plenty of shows,
balloon ascensions, etc, I i fact it isn't
any more of a eta'e fair than id past
years, if as much of a one, but it ii a
pretty good place to be eutertained.
Because you know that it is the
They Sell at the Reasonable Price of
A. C. MARSTERS& CO.
Notice For Publication.
r.iiKu fL4i.xDtAu.K: I have jnst
finished a tour of Cod county, and
thought icrbapa my friends would be
pioasoa 10 rear iroui lue road coun
Dairying, the chief industry, is making
rapid progress and ranches, which a few
years ago w,ere barely payin expenses
are now under tbe management of the
dairyman jielJicg a handsome in
Many separators are iu use, thus
leaving the milk to be used on tbe ranch.
Again, they realize tbat a good gow is
cbesper than a poor one, sod some ol
tbe fines', herds I have seen ia the West
are right htrn in Coos county.
Their creameries are a decided success,
being fully equipped and well managed
by con. pe tent men.
Their batter commsods the highest
market price in San Francisco, and
is all that a first cUss batter can
Some of the creameries run the whole
year round, while others close down In
the fall and do not start op until spring
as some of tbe ranchers are not prepared
to feed daring the winter moLthe.
Though winter milking is coming more
and more into vogue.
an 1 lodging camps are numerous, while tret lYlHrKel
every saw mill excepting one ia in fall
Dlast. I ore j schooners are under course I WIiaIpctIa nnrf
me nay. une
1-LBLIC LA5D 8 AXE.
L'5iteo States Lakd Omci
"V-OTICE li HEREBY GIVES TBAT 15
A' bumiaDec of instruction! from Uie Cota
mieiontrof the General Land Office, nnder au
thority Totel in him by Section Mm. U.S. Ber.
Stat., aa amended by tbe act ol Conaresa ay
proved bruarr -jd. lauj, wa will proceed
to offer at public stie oa the lvtk day
of Auxwt, Vi'i, at this office, toe foliowina
tract of land to wit: Lot a, bee. 2:, T. 2. 8L JL I
Any and iTJ penons clalminf advenety tk
aiioTeieM-Titieu tanas l
t renueatcd to SJ their
r before the day abora
ciaims in tnis office on or I
desiiniatcil for the commencement of said tale
o.ncnruu ineir ngnu wui oe loricilea.
July 13, inn.
J. D. BOOTH. X4lter.
The Chief Charm
of a Shirt Waist, is the charm of
Novelty. It will interest yon to
know that our stock of waists is
Clean, Fresh and New. The
"snap" and style of our garments
at our usual low price are giving
us astonishing busy days on this
Call and examine our entire
stock of Staple and Fancy Dry
Goods, ail that is new and up-to-date at specially attractive
prices. Mailorders solicited.
Notice For Publication.
rsiTED STATE." LaXD OfTKa,
Kosebarg. Orefon, &e?C 16. Isse.
Nlk-v U hcrebr civrn it ml the tolUln-
n lined s ttier ha (ikd nulice of his iateaOoa
to make final pnW in supr-irt of his claim, and
that siJ proof will bo msle before the Begiste
and Bcrviver, D-S. Laud ofiwe at Bor.-boix, Ore
ron, on Oct. J. Ir.1.
JOHN F. NOAH.
on fus H. E. Ko. !rJ?, lor the Lot L.
Section 71. Tow nship fv, B. S West, W. M. Be
names the following witnesses to prove her eoo-
iinnoos nai'tcnce upon and eniuvsuoo of eaia
land, vis: W. X. Goodman. W. SI. Moore. 1. E
Soh. 1. C. Wiley, all of Csms Vslley, Ore
gon. J.T. BBJDGiS,
The Home Baken?
701 Oak Street, Oppritc
Fresh Baked Bread Eery Day
"Boston Baked "Beans,"
MBS. B t!0IIST0CK,
of construction on tbe bay. Une at I
tirA? and Cured Meats
Tuese all speak of the return of pros-1 .
hish and uame in 5eason,
petily, and a bright future for Coot
Such industries give rise to a demand
in the vegetable line, and tbe rancher
calmly smiles as his l aded craft floats
gently with the tide to a ready market
For the hearty welcome and hospital
ity received io our sister county, I ex
tend to its citizens my most sioceie
Mark C. Minbdn,
Missionary S. S. organiser.
Washinuton, Sept. 19. The yellow
fever situ ition at Key West is regarded
as very grave. Since the first esse was
reported three weeks ago, the epidemic
has been eteadily growing until today
there are over 400 cases.
itiArn. 1 lit
l I Ml
Clarke, of Hite
Co., Iowa, has
been tbe moth-1
er of four
she says :
"I am about to
become a mother
again, and I
nave been troub J
led with morn. 1
ing- sickness snd s
vomiting. I could
not eat any break-
fast; but two days I
ago I began taking
your Favorite Pre
scription ' twice a day,
a teaspoon ful at a
time, and I am pleased
to My that I hare n
had a vomiting spell f
The " Favorite
ing sickness and tbe other
discomforts of the oeriod
preceding motherhood by purifying- the
whole system and by strengthening and
invigorating tlie spe
cial organs involved.
Morning sickness is
due to tbe efforts of
nature to remove from
the body every bit of
impurity which might
offset the health of the
little one to come. The
direct cause of the nau
sea is an irritation of
the nerves of the femi
nine organism, which
have ti sympathetic
connection 'with the
nerves of the stomach.
The " Favorite Pre
scription " goes di
rectly to the seat of the
trouble, soothes the
iffloil nerves and
brings comfort at
- once. It is a safe
medicine to take.
It contains no al
cohol, o p i u m or
drug. It contains
no sugar or svrup.
It aids the diges
tion aud is a gen
eral -system tonic,
while it acts directly and strongly on the
one special set of organs.
Hay, Grain and Flour.
DOZIER & MARTIN,
'Phone Main 181.
Triumph Prune Grader
For Green and dried Prunes.
Compact, Practical, Accurate.
Send for circulars and testimonials to
Patentee and Manufacturer, Salem, Oregon.
The Semi-Weekly Plaix
dkalkr and The Week
ly Oregoniau, both one
The Semi-Weekly Plain
dealer and the Sunday
S. F. Bulletin '32 pages
both one year !?2.qo
Two papers for the price of
All three papers one year
ANY ONE WANTING
SHOULD BUY THE
ltliaUvn iuiproMNl aiKl is tho W-s-t
nuu'hiiio 011 tho market. It soparatos
tho fruit without bruising or ma shim; it
ami with jroat rapidity. " Imniinof
Wilbur, Oroj?ii. tolS)
Sleeplessness, mel imbolia. stomach
pains, heart trouble?, llujyan cures,
All druggists', 50 cents.
Roseburg, Oregon, Adjust 3, 183
ro whout .t may concern-
NOUCV 1 . Korvl. ... t K. .W t
1 l;'! i Unda titaated In the to nhip d
scrlb'. below, aad haa applied for a patent km
aid Buds; tbmt the Ust U open to the pub2te lor
inP etion and a copy thereof by detcripdv
aor jviwoaa, has been posted In a convenient
pw. in una omc for the inspection ol all per
Vjs Interested and the public fanerally:
m w inu une anu n e ol the willaat
Part of Sec a.
Tp iT K 4.
sV UVi. eVc.H.
Tp. J9, R. 7.
W ithiu the next uxty days follcmiug the data
of this notice, protests or contests against tbe
claim of the Company toaay tract or subdivis
ion within sn section or part of section, de
scribed in the lit, on the ground that ths sam
is more valuable for mineral than for agricult
ural purposes, will be received and noted fcw n.
rt to thts ticnersl Land UfBce at Wsshinvton.
. T. BRIDGES,
J. H. BOOTH.
TJJ THK CIRCriT COtRT OF THE STATE
of t'rt-gvm, for the Count of DougLss.
Emma SI. Carlisle, Plaintiff,!
Dorce B, Carlisle. Dcft-ndsut,)
To Dorce B. Carlisle, stove named defendant
io the name of the Slate of Oregon, you axe
hereby summoned and leouired to appear and
answer the complaint tiled against yon in th
Hbove-tMitiU"d court snd cause within six
necks from the date of th liist publication ol
this uinuions. and if you fail to so appear and
answer as herein required for want taereot
piaiutitr will apply to said court for tho relief
demauded in hei complaint.
The relief demanded is a decree dissolving; the
inarrian contract existing; between plain U 5
aud defendant, tbat plaintiff mav resume her
former uaiue, tiiima M. fabler, and for lull re
lief. This summons is published once a week for
si x successive weeks bv order of H.mnraM i
V. Hamilton, judge of the above-entitled court!
made August litb. ls9-., and published the lim
lime .lllKUSi 1,, IKr.'.
lhltcd August IT, l&V.
J. A. BCCH.OIA1C.
al.t Attorney for Plaintiff.
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
sovi skina sovunrs eo. , xr vox.
Notice for Publication.
t'MTSD STATES LiXD Or I'll
Koseburg, Urcgon, July 26, VS39.
Notice is hereby given that ia compUaacw
with the trovlious of the act ol Congress o
JureJrd, 1S7S, cutittetl "An act for thecals k
timber lauds iu the Stales of California. Ore
gon, Nevada and Washington Territory.
WILLIAM R NII'PBR.
Of Urants Phss, County of Joseph iue, State ot
Orenou has this day tiled in this officubii swom
statement No. 6 for the purchase oi tbo N. rt.
of eection Xo. IS, lu Township No. lij
Kaugc No. 3 W. aud will offer proof lo show
that the land sougat is more valuable for its tim
bcr or stone than for agricultural purposes, antl
to establish his claim to said land Ulnra ih.
j Register aud Receiver ot this otBce at Roscbora
j Jjjesn ou Friday, tho th day of October
He name as witnesses: John R. Hale. Rich
ard Miller, William llauimond, L. C. Brown
all of Grunts Pass, Oregon. Any and all per
sons claiming adversely the above-described?
lands are retuested to (lie their claims in thlat
office on or beiore said aith dav of October, US.
J. T. BRIDGES,
liudyau ia now sold at 50 cenla per
package hy all ilragiata. Gt Iltviyar,