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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1899)
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Three Large Shipments
Published Monday attdTbunsdar.
T,i rHISDLAUEK I IBUSHIMJ ...
W. C. COXJJER,
I. L. STRATFORD,-...
..Msr. and Solicitor j
rhree Month ..
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SKITLMUEK 21, ISA1.
4-.,uiKe -Cockraii Ucrils hiiuceil as .
au rSLwuHOiiittt.l'Ul no: u impeiial-1
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lnjpaiialMU, ! lad, exist ouly in ,
tt.e uungiualiuH ol a few M giandim
iia i ;
the Atkmaou type.
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Kepubhcaut ueed an m i-m l" j
during Harrisou a adiumi.-im.iuu, ami ;
alter Cleveland was elected Ui law was
repealed. liut U democratic pre Uea , He j, fU i,gy denouncing republican
not say a word about ttii, ey ker i po'.ic. , e.lK!t 0 show that
City eichanse. i t.e it rot 'n accoid with what is being
5 j dona, that he has failwl to set forth hia
: Tue rLAiic.vu.B tars that hicyclikts ; own policy.
to lake an acme ifitt-ret-t in tiie ) What would Mr. lirjau have doue in
niuuicipal rlectun al Ktrrouig, on y j Uie rbUippioe. at ihie lime? Would he
eapporting thoee wlio widt nmt vhy leg"; have the Toiled States' troope with
isltttion favora:.'e io iheui. Tuete are j drawn? Would be haul down the flag
liable to be biereltr priHra rvery wliere. j 40(j f iv up the ielande at ttns janclure?
Albany Democrat. j Would he tell ihe Filipinos thai we are
' JUone with them aod lhat they can go
When people look lnuk ihire eire
and rewenaber tbe condition U busineca
at Ibe linM that President M Kiuley wm
elected, it is snrprieiog that ihe d:-nn-crau
ahoold Again tteuipt lo play on
the credoiooe by asking the coontry lo
give them another Uul.
in Mr. RrTmn'a home county, the
democrats uouiiuated a soldier just re
turned from the Philippines for sheriff,
bat when he saw ibe demot-ratic plat
form he declined to ran on the ticket, as
hia views expansion aod his opinion
of Aguinaldo were slightly dilTrt?ut fiom
y Uat-iia aa ridm lo adTtfi,tte
The Town Talk is to be im'ved fr.m
.hlandio Klamath Falls and consolid
ated with the Republican. In closing
ihe Talk sensibly says : s'Ae a matter of
fact, Aebland- needs three papers about
at mocb as a dog need two tails, aod it
U folly for any ooe to eiconrge the in
stitution of a third paper here. People
wilt do weli if they accord sufficient sup
port to two .apers.n
Professor Goldwin "Muitli, the eniin
eniJCanaJian scholar, esteems Dewey's
victory at Manila bay lightly, and thinks
Americans have lost tlieir heads over
htui. Profeaaor rfinitb ia an agnostic or
a skeptic in almost everything, a very
useful man in reduciuc the world's tern
rature in various uusrters; but in this
case his cool Canadian breath will not
le fell or noticed. Admiral lewey's
vajbr and .heroism and the greatness of
bis achievement iu Mai.ila bay ie not
The Brownsville Times teake out as
follows: "V. U. Kirk relumed last
eveuiog frou at 'cod ing Uj state fair at
ralem. He iiJ not appear very euthne
i tetic when aked br a Time represent
ative what he thoogtit of ihe fair. !
There is do ose tnlking, yon can't make
a successful state fair out of a borne race
only, aud the sooner Uioae ho mansge
tlie present horse race at a!eni. reaiize
this fact the sooner w i we have a fair
that will receive siiport from the best
PdOpR of the sate 'die agriculinnl
The farmer doeau't have to solicit the
patronage of aayone. He does not have
ta enter in competition aud strive with
bis neighbors like a merchant, be does
not have to wr ogle aud warp the truth
for a living like a lawyer, he doesn't
have to depend on donations reluctantly
doled out as many ministers, In fact he
cau be -the most iodepandent mtn on
God's green earth if he manages his af
fairsin business iike manner, He has
more . time and ejual opportunities for
improviug his mind, he has lees allure
ments for corrupting J-.ia morals, and bis
occupation is conducive to the highest
development of his physical powers.
He cu be oj intimate terms with the
whole family, at peace with tbe whole
world and can w orship God under Lis
on grapevine an I a; p!- tree, none dar-t-jg
to ui!eH or make him afraid,
Fruit Dryer Burned.
Last Friday afternoon the fruit evajK
ratorofJ. Wharton, wb resides near
the Soldiers' 1 tome, was discovered on
fire sb-iut foar o'clock and there being no
adequate protection tbe buildiog was
oon destroyed, together with about 20
bushels of prunes which were being
Tbe loss is estimated at about 200
with no insurance. This was t jc only
evaporator in that neighborhood aod '
will be quite a los to the community. j
Mr. Wharton had only dried about;
Lalf ol bis prunes and tbe remainder of i
the crop will probably be hauled to the j make a nation with a full stomach f'el j Wsll and bringing the country to starva
dryer of O. F. Jodfrey. hungry. Bandon llwrordor. tion and ruin, hut six hundred souls who
RICE & RICE,
The House Furnisher,
Direct from Kastorn factories, received in the hist ten days.
Goods bought in large quantities mean low prices for the consum
er. That is our proposition.
Jio Wise Buyerw
Can possibly overlook our Bargains. When we say Bargains we
mean prices not duplicated by any firm. We cau furnish your
llousc complete. The only store in Southern Oregon that carries
a complete line of House Furnishings, bend us your
cau fill them. We solicit your correspondence.
OHIO CAMPAIUN OPENS.
Seventy - five ThousanJ Oather al
Grace Park, Akron.
A k my. O.. .Sept. 23 The rcpublicau
j state csatpaigu was opened here touay
j villi one of the tartest croilo ever
kuow. u in the history ol mIUk-s in vwu.
The meeting was held at lirare l'ark,
witliiu whose confines fully Tj.tXH) o
ple liistl ptUicred. iadge Marsh, io.
Koypcvelt aud others boke.
What Would Bryan Do?
It te a eumewuai lemaraauiv i. .m
icwiiLlry aUatkittf the iolicy ui me aa
i ministration cutiduct of Philippine
afiire, tlial he has not inf-iruied the
tty of whu h he is tlie acknowledged
jrtjer nor bc country al larjpj miiat i;e
IhiuLf should he done in the Orient
ahead and establish
a government of
their own, or do without one, as they
Ia Mr. Bryan aware that congress, and
not the preeideut, must and willdeter-
mine the pol"-" 10 !,nued uv lbis
government in the east? What aoald
be do, were he president, that McKinley
is not doing?
It ia all very well for Mr. Bryan to
rage and howl and draw his money from
organizations which hire Lim as an at
traction, but if he is the leader he pre
tends to be, and if he is the statesman
thousand of his deluded folloaeis think
be is, be would have something to offer
The fact is Mr. Bryan is a demagogue,
has always been a demagogue, and will
always continue to be one. He is talk
ing for effect and to keep in the public
eye, and every time he speaks Le pro
claims himself to be a political ast.
Trust Problem Discus5ed.
Kimtok Plainokales: Will yon please
allow me a little space to offer a few
thoughts upon Ibe all-absorbing ques
tions of trusts, .for the simple reason
that, to a considerable extent, my class
of thinkers will doubtless be called
on not long hence to decide this matter
at the ballot box, if I judge aright the
signs of the times.
As I view it there are three classes of
combines or trusts, as they are called.
A combination of labor, a combination
of manufacturers and a combination of
capital. Each combination has fur its
object, self iutereet. The laboring class
combines to keep np the piices of labor
the manufacturing tUes combines to
keep np the prices of their products.
observe also that while each of these
clasHes try through combinations to keep
up the prices of their labors or products,
tbey are each equally z?alou to pu 1
down the prices of what they consume.
The fanner wants high piices for his
products snd to give the least possible
price for labor he may wieli to employ
and the lowest possible cost of alt com
modities he consumes. The maoufac
turer reeks to keep op the prices of his
output, and the lowest possible coat of
raw material and articles of consump
AnJ now cooics io the third class of
combicts capitalists. They combine to
keep up interest on mouev and to con
trol its volu ne.
The farmer will avail himself of every
advantage of the markets lor Lie pro
ducts. He seeks the highest prices of
bis products by reason cf the scarcity on
one hand or by an increased demand on
the other. So, also, the manufacture',
and for the same reason, self interest
pursues a like course. This is right.it
ie legitimate economy. The capitalist
also pursues a similar course. Hie ob
ject is giu. Thus in the world of trade,
barter, bargain aud sale, there is an ir
repressible conllict between the produ
cers and consumers. In the struggle,
"it ii ttie survival of the fittest."
Any statutory lw lhat shall 1euy this
right or impair, the obligations of con
tracts would be unjust and clearly comes
within constitutional inhibition, and so
tbe supreme conrt'has rule.!. Itiselssr
to every right minded person tint the
; citizens should have t). i ight as well as
privilege to a,jree or not agree to any
business proposition of an) other citizen.
This he claims as a frseinau'6 right, and
anv law I hat shall deny him this right
would be unjust and f uovemve of liber-
ty-a libsrtv formidable to tyranisonly.
I will not aniicipa-e now objections lo
this theorem. W. F. JJ. '
1 he democratic pUtform builders a ill ;
very soon find out that it is bard work to ;
The Democrats in Massachusetts
Pull Hair. While the Nebraska Re.
publicans Hoi J a Love Feast
Boto.n, Sept. 22. Ihe noluussceucs
and the bitter lights Wtween Ihe two
factious of the democrats iu this stale,
which characterized the all-night '
eioa in Music hall here in IS'.Hi, and that
at Worcester the folloniug year, were
reuewed with even greater bitterness at
the annual couventiou of the state dem
ocracy in Mechanics' hall tod. v. There
was hardly a moment alter the speeches
of the temporary and permauent presid
ing officers were concluded when there
was Uiet aud harmony in any degree.
At times the entire delegations were up
on their leet, Ihe members staudiugou
chairs o. tables, (shouting tti the heat of
passion some denunciatory remaiks at
the chairmau or the person who was en.
deavoring to speak upon the platform.
At these times it seemed as though
even Ihe force of 100 policemen in the
hall would be of no avail, so impassioned
were those on the lloor, and .the climax
came when, at the request ol Ihe chair
man, a captain of police apeared upon
the platloroa and placed his hand upon
Congressman John F. Filxjcrald in
readiness to forcibly remove him from
tbe platform, Lad he not subsided aod
allowed the t-bairaian to address and
calm the excited assemblage. The fol
lowing ticket was finally nominated :
Governor, Kobert Treat Paine, Jr., of
Lieutenant-Governor, Johu II. Mack,
of North Adams.
Attorney-General. John 11. Morrison,
Auditor, W. L. Kamsdell, of Lynn.
i?ecre!ary of State, Harry Lloyd, of
Treasurer, Joeepti J. Flynn, of Law
Ktl'IBUCAN COSXKNTloS IV NEI.B tK,
Omaha, Nab., feept. 22. The repobll
can state cotivantinn w onaof iha jnn
party in the state. M. B. Keese, of Lin
coin, was nominated for supreme judge
on tbe Erst ba.lot. L. G. McGilton, of
Omaha, and William B. F.ly, of Ains-
wortb, were both nominated foriegeots
of the state university oo the first bal-
ioi. juage Keese iiss servel six years
on the supreme bench, retiring six yssrs
agj to resume the practice of his profes
eion. The aJiouu ration was heartily
Northbound Overland Collided W ith
a Section of a Freight Train Near
The northbound overland pulled into
this city about nine hours late Sunday
morning the delay being the result of a
disaster a few miles south of Wolf Creek
It seems as though the freigat, north
bound alto, had stopped at a side track
about a mile aod a half from Wolf
Creek aud while the engino was transfer
ring some cars lo Ihe side-track, the
larger portion of the train which re
roamed on I be main track on a steep
grade, wa started backward by the
brakes giving way and was soon runuiug
at a high speed down th grade to
ward Ihe first section of the approaching
northbound overland with which it col
lided a few miles south of Wolf Creek
be overland was iu charge of Conductor
Al Mori is, Samuel Hendricks, engineer
and K. L. Jones, nVemau.
Tbe collision resulted no more serious
ly than the wrecking of the caboose and
a few freight cars, while tbe engine, No.
133, was considerably demolished.
Fortunately Engineer lleudricks escaped
uninjured while Fireman Jones only
sustained a slight injury to his left leg.
Several ( the passengers of the over
land were considerably bruised and
shaken up, among whom was Mrs. Chas.
Cleveuger of Grants Pass, a sister of Lee
Wimberly of Ibis city. Mrs. Cleyenger
stopped off ia this city to recover from
her injury and visit with relatives and
Visit to the Hop Yards.
Ilavini; jl itrtiiriie.l from a trip to
Coles Vi-llcy, ci e o( I tie most beautiful
vaile.ys of ilio WeM, and having visited
iuite extensively tbe bop fields snd Or
el ards of that vicinity, 1 thought a few
items tbereou would be interesting to
our many readerr.
We arrived at Uinpima Ferry by Mon
day morning's stage snd were kindly re
ceived and entertained elegantly by Mr.
George Shatnbrook and family. This is
an ideal borne situated iu a community
of wealth and delightful scenery, second
to none in the Pacific Northwen.
To say we were surprised al the exteut ;
I ! - 1 a - I al al. t
OI lue uoV uuu8tr, oi noruiwesi Douglas,
s putting it mildly. Within the scope
f c0""1 fr0,M 0ud to Coles Valley
we founJ fiv and six hundred
people uuay as oeet, nappy, ngntneart-1
ed jolly oeople not ead, miserable, woe
b'gone, calamity howl-re, complaining
i hid times and noor wanes or eorruot
dn.iiiiatration. ifrindinn the noir to the
It's a fact
That at Currier's
t the best coods for
() Call around and convince yourself that
our prices are right; satisfaction guaran- jj?
teed. Just received a fresh line of M
Cor. Jackson and Oak.
v;:v v s s
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 all over ihe world who are sick and
Utterly discouraged because medicine has failed lo cure them. They are
Irawing out lives of torture, having como to the conclusion that there is
no hope for them.
lint there is hope. There is a positive cure for ev. ry form td disease,
eveu those commouiy called incurable,
SJiuption snd Cancer. .
That thcto i an immense )wcr in tlie mma lor uie cure oi me sick
is a truth, which is daily growiug stronger to the consciousness ol all think
ing people. Take for instance "Christian Scieuce." It is more than a
fad, it is a rediscovery iu part of au old-thousaudu of years old-ever
active aud wouderful, but still imperfectly understood Force in Nalur.-.
Still Christiau Science tas no claim to be called a science (and it my
bo questioned whether its founder, who is said to have ma-le a milium i
dollars out of it, has justifiable c'.aims to bo a cjnaidured consistent fo'
bwer of tho lowly Naairinc) yet it caiiuol be duieJ, that Mary Eddy is au
Idealist and has found thtt mind coutrols matter, ai:d cure are being
made, which to all but Ihe iuiliated, iceiu aim t miraculous.
These cures, perlui all cure, arc effected by changing the vibraiiuos
io a patients uiiud. Tho presence of a doctor, whom e have been accus
tomed b IiiihI willofteu change these vibrations and supplant fear with
hope. Il-jpeia allied lo the wi'l. The will lakes its rise out ol hope. s
eoouabine vibrations are ehangid from doubt aud f-ar lo hoi, lbs i!l
begins lo gather loree aud ssert iVsell. When our tieatment, mental aod
Bio-chemical, strikes squarely into the centres ol diseased vibiatiou and
the patient begins at ouce lo recover.
I claim to have found the meaus by which Mental (not Christian)
.S;ieuce coiui. g iu to the aid of a milJ and rations' therapeutics (largely
Bic-ChcruieU or life chemical; can cure the rro-t erioos lorms of disease
either of mini tr lwdr. Even those troubles ol Uiganic character, sffect
ini Brain, lung, heart, stomcch, liv r, kidneys, or sex organs, and 1 prc
pojeto piove this to the satiefaciiaa of tin aiilicted who mty call upon me.
I w i.'l give refers noes and examination. To those w ho cancot come but
wha write me, enclosing stamp I'll .'end free advice. My permanent
P.O. address is Fox Wo, Portland, Oregon. I shill remain lor a week
possibly len da: s at the McClallen Hous', bat come at or.ej if you want
tj koo what ails you, and what you must do to git well.
John B. Pilkington. M D.
S.N Xl .I.N. N
in less man vue buui ----earned
and received enongt Lard cash
pot oromias to pay- to buy an abondancs
of lood and clotUing to keep ibem in com
fort during the winter; but tbat is not
all. There were men at some of tbe
yards waiting to bire any one wbo
wanted employment at fcood waos.
In George SUambrook's yard there was
paid out between two and three Ibooeaod
dollars, and Ibis is only a drop in tLo
buckets wbn we reuiember tberr arc
All ibis money goes into immediate
circulation io the county, and now Ibe
fruit iaJus'.ry is uiion ns, aJJinu its
stream of golden wealth to lue already
swollen river of prosperity.
Happy Douglas' We iovite ail our
reiders to corns and live io her borders. A
visit to many esteusive and splendid or
chards revealed to U3 the fact that there
is mocb more fruit of excellent iualily
than people generally are aware, but of
Ilia orchards we will write more fully in
a cubeeiuent issue.
J. L. 5-raArioui).
Tbe state fair closed. It was a
T. D. l.intou will ship a carload of
bopa to Chicago, tonight, on roosign
ment. En gene Guard.
S. II. Friendly offered U irtits per
ponud for a lot of bops today. No sVe
was made, Fugeue Guard.
lion. J. L. Monow, aged VS years,
died at lleppuer Friday. The county of
Morrow was named alter him.
Tuefdiy, the first sale and sbipmeut of
bops from Lsllas tcck pleiv. Tho lot
was only l"J bales, and the price paid
was Id cents per pound.
1 lie county clerk's othce bap received
an Fdiiot A llobark book typewriter for
a trial test. They cost Ki each. It is
said tbev easily save the servicea ot ol
man. Fugene Guard.
A correeponJeut from I-oraue says:
"While tbe Uuseel & Dsvis eteam
threshing outtit was bere last week, I.
W. Feme drove bis learn near the en
gine. One of the horses quivered a sec
ond and then fell dead, from fright it is
A. llitkcrlbeir is in town taking pic
tures at present.
Hop picking is over, crop was some
what damaged by rain.
Frank Welle is constructing a drier lor
the purpose of drying prunes.
delegation of Odd Fellows passed
...o;igli our town a few days ago.
L. M. Whipple gos t Gardiner,
wline be is employed ns black
10. Mcl'.roOm. ol the Keview, was on
Thursday's 6!a;e, tnrcutc tor const
The Unco childteu ol t'ijt. J uo. Heed
passed through, Thursday, on thtir way
Mrs. E. Uoberle, formerly Mbs lvta
Seymour, passed through this place a
short time ago.
Douglas Waite, school supt , passed
through Likton Saturday iie will pay
the Elkton tcbool a visit later
Kjv. Huckner, pahtor of the M. E.
church of Gardiner. pafSed tiiiough this
place on bis way to the Salem coher
ence. Kev. Gordon preached his last ser
mon here for this i-oufcreuce year, the
people generally hope for bis return to
Miss L'ira Hefty, who has been visit
ing her idaier, Mrs. F. F. Welle, has gone
,0 Smith rjver lo teach the rjulphur
' Spring school.
The Llkton school commeuce Monday,
Oct. 2nd, under the supervision ol f rol.
Mulkey. The school will furnish look
for thuse in the academic course.
Grocery you cau
the least money.
i .i ; -
s: s ;-. n
as Dubetis, Brights disease, Con-
, ..aa;.a:n n n.N
Char. Medley, of Koeeburg. was in I
. II. Joy returned sanday evening
Horn a busiuess trip lo I'ortland.
E. K. Goodwin of ibe Mutual Fire Ins.
Cj., wa in Oaklaud a few last week.
Mia.ei Jessie Ubmart and Nellie Keed
were shopping in xtoeoburg, Tburs-
imia-1 aitiu reir "Wednesday Tor
Miscouri, to visit bis sou for au indefinite
Miss I -aura Evaoa expects leaving this
week for Albany lo attend school Ibis
J. t. tarmer, agent 4 the S. r. C
returced from bis visit to northern Cali-
Wil)jr Kc, of Salem, is spending b e
Taction at the borne of his father Wm.
Kxs. at ibis place.
R;v. J. W. Kider of L-jo Angeles, Cal.
preached a very interesting sermon at
tbti Dapii-l church, Sunday morning.
Mis. lute, who has beeu visiting ber j
dtugbier, Mrs. Grant Taylor, returned
to ber homo iu Sjutb Dikota, last
Kev.G. W. Gue, preeidiug elder of the
ronlaud d.eliict, and Kev. 1, A. Wat
tei , preeiding elder of tho Salem die
Uict. were elected delegates lo the uuad-
leunial seseion of the general conference
beid at Chicago next May. Kev. T. 1.
Ford, of Fugeue, aud Kev. L. 'I . Ssum
merville, of Ashland, were de-ignated as
The lay elocloial conference elected
two delate. Geuerl W. II. Odell, of
Salem, aud 1'.. F. Sacketl, of JeUerson.
IVesi lent W. C. Hawley, of Salem, and
E. H. Celkoap, of Monroe, were named
alternate. Ashland was selected as the
place for holding tlie next annual confer
ence. Mr. Alfred
Clarke, of Uite
Co., Iowa, has
Dcen the moth- y
6h says :
"I am about to
become a mother
a train, and I
have been troub
led with morn'
inc sickness and
ToiuitiuR. I could
not eat any break-
fast ; but two dav t
ago I hrgnn taking
your ' Favorite Pre
scription ' twice a day.
a traspoonftil at a
time, and lam pleaed
to ay lhat I have n
had a vomiting -pell I
The " Favorite Pr
scription " relieves tn
ing sickness and the o
discomforts of the pc
prccediog' motherhood bv pttrifving
whole systtfm and br strcngtlicnitiK and
invigorating inc spe
cial organs involved.
Morning sickness is
J IS due to the efforts of
"A nature lo remove from
the body every bit of
impurity which might
offset the health of the
little one to come. The
diicct cause of the nau
sea is an iiritalion of
the tit rvt of the femi
nine orgnni.ni, which
h a v v a sympathetic
connection with the
nerves of the stomach.
The " Favorite Pre
scription" goes di
recti y to the seat of the
trouble, soothes the
ruffled nerves and
Dnngs comfort at
once. It is a safe
medicine to take.
It contains no al
cohol, opium or
drug. It contains
no sugar or syrup.
It aids the diges
tion and is a gen
.... ,. era! system tonic,
while it acts directly and strongly on the
one special set of organs,
1 : 1
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STRONG'S FURNITURE STORE
Heie is an odd bureau Iron beds to suit all corners
with a 24 x 30 French bevel ranging in price from $4.25
mirror for $15.00. Haveoth- up.
ers ranging iu price from $S.
up and all of them guaranteed Qur ijne 0f Carpets and
brand new. Wall Paper can't be beat they
; " " are fresh and new and up-to-Just
received a hue of datc iu st ks
Bamboo book cases, music "
racks, Easels foot stools, etc. We scU not oM
that aie pretty and cheap. goods for Mw glJarantee
t, vi 1 a- them as wc represent them.
Sec our 95c solid oak diner r
if you cau beat it will make "
you a present of it. Have Remember our motto
other hardwood caue seat "Honest values aud good
diners at S5 aud fjocts. Goods."
Because you know that it is the
They Sell at the Reasonable Price of
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.
Goods, all that is new and up
prices. Mail orders solicited.
Cass Street Market
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Game in Season,
Hay, Grain and Flour.
DOZIER & MARTIN,
'Phone Main 181.
Triumph Prune Grader
For Green aud dried Prunes.
Compact, Practical, Accurate.
Send for circulars and testimonials to
. Patentee and Manufacturer, Salem, Oregon.
The Semi-Weekly Pi.ain
dkalkr aud The Week
ly Oregouiau, both one
The Semi-Weekly Plain-
dkau:r and the Sunday
S. F. Bulletin 32 pages
both one year. $2.00
Two papers for the price of
All three papers oueycar
Makes the food more'delicious and wholesome
aovtt Uiowa potmm
...B. W. STRONG.
a. amrrwaisij is tne cliarm
Novelty. It will interest you
know that our stock of waists
LIcau, Iresb and New. The
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ouap dUU aiie OI OUr garments
our usual low price arc giving
astonishing bus days ou this
Call and examine our entire
stock of Staple and Fancy Dry
- to - date at specially attractive
and Retail Dealer
ANY ONE WANTING
SHOULD BUY THE
It luif Ixvu improved "ami is tho Ut
machine t.n tlie market. It jwratoa
the fruit txitliunt bruiinn or niiu-liiti" it
ami with fireat nihility. " Im,uiiv of
Wilbur. Oregon. (oli)
cwpieepni'ss, inpUm Uolui. etotnach
pain?, heart troubles'. IliKiyau cures,
All druggists, 50 centa.
eo., Nrw yon.
All kinds of Pica, Cakes,
Notice For Publication.
Cmtsd States l.xo Ofin a.
Kiebun;. Orrcon. July 2b. 1X0.
Notice Is lin by girtn tnat in ojniplianc
lth tbe i.ronioiu ul the act ol Coogicaavf
June 3, U7, enlilled "An act (or tbe aleo
timber lan! in thrbiaie ot California, uregbD,
Xrrada and WaabinKton Territorj ''
JOU K. HALX,
ofGranu Ytn, county of Josephine, atate ol
Oregon, ha thin day Sled in this office bi
xwora statement So. u?L, (or tbe parebaae of li
UK li ot tection No. 1 in township No. 02 r.
rmnse No. 2 W, and wilt offer ppiof to ihow that
the land (ought u more raltiabie (or ila timber
or nbjtie than lor agricultural parpoae. and to
establith bia claim to id Una be lore the Rrc
iincr and Kcceivr ot thin office at Roseburg.
Oregon, oa Friday, the Mh day ol October,
Be names aa wiineut-a: nsiiiam K. nipper,
Kiubard Miller, WlUiain Hammond and I C.
Brown, ail ol Uranu rass, orarou.
Any and all penona claimiog advcrwly the
claima in this v
joe4ieai rin;4 lauus are reiu
d muds are roiueated to file their
claima in this ofliec ca or beiore said 'JOta day
ol Octobvr, 1W9.
Notice for Publication.
I'ytTKO burn Lann Ofuci,
KoaebarE, Uregoa, September 9, Hff
Notice is hereby given thai toe follow log
named wttlcr has riled notice of his intention U
maae final proof in support of his claim and
that said proui w ill be made before the KegiteT
au'l KeceiTcr, U. 8. Laa-I Orhcc at KvWbnrg.
Vtrfjn, on Uctobcr S. UtO, vU:
On his H E. to 6TJ7, for th lota iit 6, sec , A
lot 1, bee 16, Tp. Si, 8. K. I. Wtst, He names lb
tollowisf ,witiiesa to prove his cootinaooa
residence upon and cultivation of. said land
A. A. f-niitb, N, H. Rone.Z. PeUaad, Herbert
Haul, all oi Oakland, Oregon.
i. I. BblUUCB,
Notice For Publication.
IMitu TAia Ld urnu,
Soseburg. Ornfon. $ept IS- IHJ
Notice I hereby eiwn that the iuUowiBf
naned settler baa rib d Bulire of hi iatentia
to make Sua! proof in aupport of ais claim, and
that aaii prool will be made before the Brvter
and Bcceiver, BA Land oHice at Jtoacbors. Ore
son, on Oct. J, 1!'. vi-.
JOHN . 50AH.
on his II. i So. '-. Ux tbe L 1.
Scctiou m, Tonhipb.. R. S West, W. M. He
names the following w itnesaea lo prove her coo
tinuous rcat K-nce upon and enltivsuon of satd
Und, rU: F. M. Goodman. W. M. Monre. J. .
Noah, J. C. Wiley, all of Camaa Valley, Ore
gon, t. T. BiUDGS,
The Home Bakery
701 Oak Street, Opposite
Fresh Baked Bread Every Day
"Bostou Baked Beans,"
MBS. B- C0HST0CX,
Lajtb Or ru a.
Keacbur;. Oregon. Aogost 3, vm.
To wboin It may concera:
I Notice is herefcr eivt-n thl tlw Amn. a rit.
inw tutu uiiwwaui uk lownsntpa oe
scribed below, and has applied lor a patent lor
said latxls; that the list is open to the pabHe fur
inspection and a copy thereof by descriptive
subdinuoas. has been posted ia a convenient
plac in thia oihee for the inspection of all per
son, interested and tbe public generally:
sooth oi base line and Wot of the Willam
ette If eridiao.
U bVI. eVc.lL
Tp. 3, R. 7.
Within the next aiity days foUonuiz the data
of this notice, ptotesu or cootesu against tbe
clauu of the Company to any tract or subdlrto
lon wltliia an .cUod or part of section, de
cxibed la the list, on the ground that Ihe sains
is more trainable for mineral than for agrtcnlt
ural imnxaiea. will be received sad noted (or le
port to tht General Land Office at trashingtoa.
. t. Barrxiiu'.
J. H. BOOlfl.
TS TUJS tlBCVlT IOVBT OF IBE STATE
of Ori-goD. lor the County ot Doaalas.
Emma M. t artidc, 1'bunuft.i
Dorcc B. Carlisle, lxiuidant.'
To Doroa B. Carlisle, above named dcJcudant
In the Dime of the State of Omron, you are
hereby sumiuoned aud reuuired to appear and
answer the coupiauit filed against yua in tho
abovc-cutiilcd court and cause within six
weeks from the datc oi th- firt publkaiioa of
thia Summons, aod if you fail to so appear aad
answer as herein required for want Ukcartat
Slain tiff will apply to teid court for the relief
emauded in hei comihunU
The relief demanded ia a decree djaeulring the
marriam contract existing lrtiw u..ni
ndanr, that plaintiff may resume her
former name, bmma
af. Tablcr, and for full re-
Thia summons is published voce a week tor
six successive weeks by order ui Honorable J.
W. Hamilton, judge of the ahc-cn titled court,
made AuKut !jb. Iyj9, and published the tint
ttme August 17, U.
lMtcd August 17,
J. A. BCCHA5A5.
alTt attorney for Flaiutif.
Notit for Publication.
CsiTKB States Lasr arret
Koscbure. Oregr-n, July tf, 1S!9.
Notice is hcrebv riven thai ia rotnnli.m
with the ttrovi&ion nf th, w .
Juoc ltd, 187$, entitled "An act for the sajelot
Umber lands in the Stales of California, Crc
Sou, Nevada and Wa-diington Territory.
WILLIAM R Til rr rit-
Of Urauts Pass, Coualv of Josephine, State ol
Orccou has thi lav tiled in thia ofneehis sworn
statement No. RM for the purchase of tho N. K.
ol f-ction AO. IS. iu Towamhtn X,l :m
Kann No. S W. and will offer nnF
that the Und sought ia more valuable for its tim
ber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and
to establish his claim to aid laud before the
Register and Koceivcr of this othce at Riarhnn
Oreson, ou Friday, the iVth day vi October
He names as nitnoM-s: John K. H.I.-. Ku-k.
ard Miller, William Hammond, L C. Brown
an 01 drums rs, uregon. Anv aud all per
sons rlatuiim; adverselv the above-described
lands are reuestod to tile their clainu in thia
ollies OB or before said .V.h dav of iVtobcr, lyJU.
J. T. BKllAiEi,
Notice for Publication.
t' KITED STATES LAND OFFICE,
Roseburg, Oregon, Sept, i-S, ISS9.
Notice is hereby given that the followiug
named settler has tiled uotice of bis intustion
to make tiual proof In support of his claim, and
that said prool will be uisde before the Register
and Kcceiver U. S. Land Office at Roscbarg,
Oregon, ou Nov. S, 1m,
On his H. E. No. 7jy. for the si ; NE';.
Sec, St T. -Vs s. R. 3 w. He names the lollow ing
witnesses to prove his continuous residence up
on and cultivation ol tain laud, vu: Johu
Whitlow. M. M. Whitlow, J. U Wa'sou, H. L.
Euglesall of Peel, Oregtm a
(s-'ip) J. T. BRIDGES,
s Wanled : 30 men for lumber yard,
skill roJ, logiDi aud saw mill work
Wages 11.50, $1.75 and $2.00 per day.
Steady employment. Apply to The
iiootli-Kellf Lumber Co., Saginaw, 0r,