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RICE & RICE
We Can Save
You Honey On
Cupboards, 5.00, 5.50 to $10.00.
Chairs, 50, 65, 75, 85 cts. $1 and $2.
Bed Room Sets from 11.75 to $90.00.
Extension Tables from $5.25 to $20.00
Rockers, $1, 1.25, 1.50, 2.25, 2.50 and up.
Beds, $i.So, 3.00, 3.75. Iron Beds $4.25 and up.
Cook Stoves from $S to $60. Wall Paper for 10 ets. a double roll.
Clothes Pins, 5 doz. only 5 cts. extra quality. Oil Clothes, Carpeting, and Wiudow
Shades by thegross. WE ARE IN THE SWIM.
Keep an Eye on Us For Christmas. RICE & RICE.
THE PLAIN DEALER I
Published Monday andThursda:
Thc FLAINDEALEK PUBLISHING CO.
K. l. STRATFORU
W. C. CONNER,
1. 1- bTRATFOKD.
Mfr. and Solicitor
One Year . f 00
. riia Months 1 00
rhree Moolhi X
Tbe cliairman of Mi, (us ion rounty
cei tral committer of Lti e r out), who
waa a'.iHi depntv iLtrilT, hue ''i-appeared
villi atiout $LDCk) of tlif conntv funds.
If tbia man bad bten a republican every
demo-pop paper in the stale would have
pointed to tbe fact as an evidence of the
dishonesty of repnblicao officials. It
makes a whole lot of difference whose ox
A notable incident to the 'campaign in
the Philippines it that no prison" are
taken by the iroerican. This naturally
leads one to I e ieve tt.e suspicion that
barbarous met hods are t m employed
are not without reason. A pretty out
come for a war began in ue "interests
of humanity" and cnntiuned for 'tbe
advancement of civilitttinn." North
Yamhill Record, Demo Pop.
What do tbe soldier hoys and their
friends think of this declarttion? Doe
tbia gang of flag Itirlers think fjr a mo
ment that tbey cooM persuade Capt.
Heath to accept a nomination for con
sresa on a platform of principle, which
declares that he and the brave boys who
fought under him were a gang of blood
thirsty bar bariong? Well not if Caprf
Heath has a spark of self inspect, and
we guess be has
Ai the time approaches for the selec
tion of candidates for legislative tickets
in tbe different counties, tbe question of
a successor to Hon. Geo. W. McBride, in
the senate of tbe United States, which
will come before tbe next legislature, is
beginning to excite considers)!" interest
broogboat tbe state. We have not been
informed whether or not Mr. McBride
aillseeka re-eleetion. We have been
informed that his health, which has for
a long time been poor, is now each that
1 may desire to retire to private life.
; tbia report it well founded, the field
v. ill be open for tbe election of a new
t. an tot the position. In any event it is
l -etty generally understood that .there
v .11 be a contest for tbe position, into
iich a number of persons my conclude
'.enter. The Pluxdcaler ha? always
'-on a staunch friend of Senator Mc
ide, and has, pechape, said more nice
ogs about him and his coarse in tbe
iited States senate than has any other
I ,' in the state, and it has no inten-
1 1 now of beginning or encouraging a
t on him. It, however, ae now ap
re certain, there i to b- a contest for
!' position now Iteld by him, it miy as
J be understood that tbe friends of
. o. Binger Hermann will prevent bis
ne to ttiejejciela:ure and use all hon-
- -bio tneana to secure Lia election as
i iited States senator. We d j not pre
r tt the name of Mr. llruiam as tbe
. tdidate of this paper nor of Douglas
titinty, but as the man, who, of all tbe
men of Oregon, would moft sorely be
. a'Jefactory to the peipie of tbe whole
UOES NOT LOOK FOk I L'SIO.N.
Oregon Populist Thinks His Party
Should Adopt Omaha Platform.
Judge Frank Williams, of A-hiand,
!i' has been a prominent ixulifct fur
iast 10 years, and who was offered
w nomination for congress that Van
U.iourg aflerwarJ accepted, was asked
yesterday what fie thought Oregon popu
lists would baee their opposition to the
republicajs upon in the next state cam
paign. He said he hardly knew. He
does not look for faaion wilu the demo
crats any more, a Iih feelfc sure neither
party desires it.
&Tbe democrats would evidently pat
tern their elate platform on Mr. Bryan's
projection, which would he silver and
anii-expaoeion, but h thinks opuiiag
are divided on the Philippine question,
many being in f.vjr of fighting the pres
ent war to a finish, while others think
with some of tbe Eastern republicans'
that we should call our armies home.
As for himself, he thinks the present
war in the Philippines is the natural Be- !
qoence of our intervention on behalf of
Cuba. If the present war is wrong, tbe
first step toward the liberation of Cuba
"Do you look for the populists to nom
inate a separate national ticket next
"That, too, is a hard q-iextini. Die
lines for the next camrain are hardly
dramn yet. As for uijsolf. I think the
people '8 party should get bark o.i the
original Omaha platform, which it
oould never Lave left. I tnink direct
Initiation is of more imporlance thanJenni'ngi Bro-., the panio being rendered
FURN1TURE OP ALL KINDS.
theiae9tion of filver-
Philippine mutter, I don't think it
j figure in the next campaign at all. II
j the republican patty would announce it-
elf in (nv t of tl e initiative and refer
eodum, I wouid contiJer that party good
enough for me." Oregonian.
EX-VOLUNTEER ON EXPANSION.
Pointed Letter by a Soldier if the
The talles Chronicle publisher the
folloa inc letter from an ex-volonte-r of
tbe Second Oregon, uo nt his home at
Tlie D.ille. The letter b-rs date Nov
embei 7 :
Now, while eo much is bcitis said and
written iu tcard to expansioa or imper
ialism, as tSe non protest ive ones have
teen pleased to term it. I think this an
opportune moment ia which ti say a
word ia defense of expansion.
Through countless aes tere never
has been an instance where a nation
that achieved any degree of power nas
not bettered i eelf by grasping every
thing possible, and whether or not they
weie the embodiment ot good, it has
been one of the inoet potent factors in
tb spread of civilization. Just now.
when the two great Aogio Saxon nations
are fctrougliog against a vastly inferior,
bat a fanatical and narrow-minded
people, to eupplant semi-civilization
with tbe most advanced stage of civiliza
ton tbe wotld has yet seen, it furnish
es a striking example of what Kome did
in the medieval times when the laid tbe
foundation for oar own great country,
The United States has often been con
demned br many of ber own citizens for
her actions in regard to Cuba, Puerto
Eico and the Philippines, particularly
the latter, oa account of the bloodshed
entailed in tbe su'jagatioo of the Tagal
tribe, who comprise on fifth ci tbe pop
Any one who gives utterance to nn
loyal criticisms against our country's
policy certainly shows traces of a dis
eased brain, for were the islands not
thrown into oar hands by untorseen cir
cumstances in legitimate warfare?
Were they not in themselves a very rich
archipelago and a valuable acquisition to
our country's needs in tbs way of a nav
al rendezvous, and commercially? Had
they not been poorly governed and op
pressed, and did not America offer them
a better government than they had ever
dreamed of? Does any -sanr person
think it possible for the Malay race to
offer suggestions to the Unit J .Sutss in
tbe way of derm ratic form of govern
ment? And now ia it better for as to abandon
the Philippines, after losing 10,000 men
and spending a large amount of money,
and leave 10,000,000 people in the clutch
es of fanaticism? Every American
should protest. And mote than this,
behind it all there is a principle ; an ex
ample to set. Tradition shows that our
own great country has never yet been
battled by circumstances, and our na
tional honor has enrely been in more
daeger than now, when the Tagal tribe,
seconded by a few "amis" within our
own borders, assail it.
Let us go back to the lime when the
Spanish controlled the iflands, when the
thumb-screw aud tt"cka were in evi
dence; when every one had to pay a
ceda's, personal or head tax f.r the
privilege of liying; when the people
were tsxeJ for every lamp they burned,
for even the fool they ate. This is
Aguinaldo'd form of extortion. If the
United States able to improve upon it?
Surely it is. Treachery has been so
thoroughly inculcated in them by the
Spanish that it has becomes pari of their
nature and any kinduen done theoi is
considered as a weaknees.
When the Americans took osieiBion
of the islands U ey immediately began
their work of reform by abolishing exe
cutions. The famous lllack Hole on the
bank of the Pasij( river, where many
Filipino, suspected of being uuloyal to
the boy king of Spain, were drowned
without a hearing. Tho prisons were
cleaned out, aod, while wailing for rr-
dera from their government to continue
their work of reform, their kindness had
been construed as a weakness, and on
February 4 the insurgents commenced
the trouble that has proved eo disastrous
to them, and now tthey await subjuga
tion. D -et any ue fay s:op? Those
that do are either democratic politicians
or some one equally rais'tken
U. S. COURT DECISION.
Surveyor Collier a Trespasser
Case Against Jennings Bros.
The f in decision waB rendered
by Judi.1- li '.-linger, in the United States
district c firt, at Portland, on Saturday,
Nov. 4'h in the casfl of the United States
vh. Jh. J. and It. J. Jennings, charzd
wilh inter f-rinjr with mm CM. Collier
Hint wan aitempting to ninke a survey of
mining premises owner) by and in the
poFeeufcion of Chas. Bruneau ami the
npou a etipulht'oti of lai-t in the case
submitted to the court by the attorneys
for the defendants and the United States
diftiict a'torney :
nib court's oris ion.
"Court: In this case the complaining
witness went upon the premises in cot-
troverty f r the purpose of making a plat
to be used in an action then perdtug in
the slate court. Tbe faets, as rtipulated.
show that at the tine he did this he waa
acting without au orJir of the court, and
without luihority lruiu the tsurveycr
general. I am ot the opinion that, u.t
feeing vo authorized, his-entry, or at
tempted eutry, was unlawful. 1 do not
decide tho qaefetion as to whether the
autboriiy of the surveyor general, or an
order from the surveyor general would
have been sufficient to authorize such
entry. It is a question in my mind as to
whe.hrr the party, under those circum
stances, should not have had an order
of the court in which the action is pend
ing to authorizi such entry as was made
in this case.'
At the hearing of this case the attorney
for the government made a Btrong argu
ment and cited the court all the authori
ties at his coaiwaud, but from tbe au
thorities cited by the attorneys for the
defendants and the arguments made in
their behalf there wa9 nothing for tbe
coari to do in tbe premises but to dis
cbarge the defendeots, which be prompt
The decision places quite a different
phase upon this question to that at
tempted to ba made by a certain sheet
published at Koeeburg, Oregon, called
uie uevww, ana whose information, it
is apprehended, bis bejn universally
obtained Iron the parlies who are con
ducting tbe iitigition against Bruneau
and the Jennings' and their attorneys
henchmen, who apparently have a strong
pull ou that paper and are neing its
columns to tbe greatest possible advant
age and with tbe apparent design of
creating a prejadice against tbe said
Bruceau and Jennings LrOi. in Douglas
county, where the controversy over the
mining property in dispute will be liti
This decisija is continuation of Ike
opinion that tbe fac's iu this case have
been wonderfu'ly perverted, and leads to
the coac'iUEion that va9 of tbe wit
nesses before the U. 3. grand jury must
have not toll th ho!e truth, or told
more than waa true in order t secure
tbe indictment of these defendants,
thinking that it would have e depress
ing effect upon them, and cryeialixe
public opinion ia favor of their opo
neots in the civil litigation that is now
pending between said parties.
There ia a strong, under current of feel-
ins in this community against tbe coarse
of condact that has been pursued by tbe
plaintiffs ia tbe litigation between these
parties, on account of the fact that it is
thecoussnsus of opinion that they have
resorted to the criminal arm of the law
in order to create a public sentiment
against these defendants, believing that
it would militate against their interests
in the civil pro:eediogs that have been
instituted sgainst them. But this de
cision rendered by Judge Bellinger in
tbe L . S. court, comes to them like a
"boomarang" and disconcerts them and
ur-.'cts ail their hopes of accomplishing
their purpDses by those method and
tiey are now "wailing and gnashing
their teeth and making ail kinds of ac.
cusations againet the court who rend
tbe opiu'on, and all parlies who had any
coanection wuh the proceedings
realizing in thair dire extremity
that the defendants have at last
been vindicated and that they hays
failed t crush theui by their unjustifi
Mrs. lllhel Jackson
ia on the sick
Mrs. Wrigl't Gilmoro ia visiting rela
tives near Kiddle.
Mrs. Lee Catch ii-g visited friends at
Rosebarf, last wt-ek.
Mr. Iiv. J. K. N. Bell and son have
been etiug friends at this place.
Kev. Itifri-er, of the M. K. church.
South, preacheJ at Kiddle, last Sun
day. Wm. Sandersin ii selling off his
household goods, preparatory to moving
Several teams are engaged in hauling
ore from tba International Nickel mine
Mrs. Lohr aud Mifis Belle Catching,
of Jioseburg. are visiting friends and
relatives at Kiddle.
Will Manns and family have removed
to Tunnel No. 5, where Mr. Manna ex
pects to obtain employment.
Two boxes f coined frni', the prop
erty of. Mn. i. W. Kiddli, were stolen
fiotn in front of the postnflice, one night
Twenty-twj cir 1 )ads of prunes have
been shipped from Kiddle, this season,
which it about one-half the amount
shipped, libt s-n 'iju.
Mrs. B guohas gone to Myrtle Creek
to viMt with her poii, Dr. C. E. Boue,
before moving to Ashland, here Mits
Anna will enter tin Normal. i
The Qovernor'a Thanksgiving Procla.
Salkm, Or., Nov. 1, 1809. The year
just drawing to a close has been one of
general happineEs and contentment.
The earth has given forth an abundance
of its products, for which in all cases a
better T;mpeneation has been received
than in Borne former years, and in many
lines of business in which our people are
engaged the results of labor are better ie
warded than ever before. They have
hoped for a changed condition, which
would guarantee them a higher remun
eration for their products, and, with but
few exceptions, their wih has Uen
There is not only no famine anywhere
in the land, but we are euppljing the
most distant parts of tie earth with th
products ot the farm, the factory and the
Shop. We are entirely free from all
kinds of pettilenc-, and goo I health pre
vails in all parts ot our bclovetl country.
Our laboring classes, who welfare
should always be uppermost n our
minds and heartp, are more generally
employed at wages more nearly satis
factory than at any previous time f r a
generation. Our public school are on
erously supported and their Haltering
attendance ia a euro guaranty of our con
tinued growth as a nation alcne the lines
of intelligence and civilization.
There has been no time since the es
tablishment of our government, alien
our people were more firmly attached to
its beniScent purposes or more - loyally
consecrated to the defense of its fla?.
Tbe mandates of a spreading civiliza
tion, which from the '"einnio of time
has sought out and eradicated the dark
and uncivilized potg of tbe earth, are
calling upon us as a great nation to carry
forward the banner of progrea and en
litfbtenuieut, and the task ia being per
formed with a w illingnees aud euthuf i
asm that do credit to our tecoguiiion ol
a duty that we could not shirk if we
would, and should not if we could.
Our own state is blessed with a patri
otic, industrious and happy people w hose
observance of law and order is o uni
versal that an arbitrary enforcement of
authority is seldjm required, and there
is no cioud of apprehension to mar the
horizon in any di ection.
In Tiew of these ami other l-leteings, I
recommend, in accordance withe well-
established custom, tba Thursday, tbe
30; h inet , be recognized .by nil our peo
ple as a day of general thanksgiving to
the Supreme Ruler of tbe universe f ir
the numerous rnercie that have been
vouchsafed to us, and that they, as far as
practicable, abstain frcm their ua j.il vo
cations, aud that they devote themselves
to deeds of charity, to expressions of
comfort to those ho are t rootled, to
words of sympathy for those ihote dear
ones have given their lives in their
country's service, and that I Ley meet in
their usual pin es of worship and be
seech a continuance in the year to come
of the favors already granted.
Done at tbe capitol ia Salem, Or , this
the first day of November, in tbe J Jar ol
our Lord, A. L.,
T. T. Gklb. Governor.
By the Governor,
F. I. IH NRAC,
Secretary of Slate.
Mrs. Matilda Applega'.e went to Kose
burg Tuesday, tu remain a few days.
Miss Deuia KV.ierts, of Koeeourg, waa
a guest of her sister, Mias Talit-.a, at
this place recently.
Mrs. F. L. Kinrey and children, ol
Eoseborg, are guests of relatives at Ho
tel McCalliBter, this week.
J. L. Stratford, of the Koeeburg Plain
dlallk, is iu this city shaking handfa
with his many friends.
Mrs. J. T. Bridges returned t) her
home ia Roaeburg, Wednesday, from a
brief visit with relatives at this place.
Prof. Louis Barzje, critic teacher o'
the training school at this placa, was a
Koeeburg Tteif r the latter part of the
Mrs. Patterson accompanied by her
children, of Koseburg, made her hus
band, Fred Patterson, a brief visit, Sat
urday. Mra. II. W. Stewart, of Comstock,
passed through here Wednesday on her
return home from a pleasant visit with
relatives at Rcaebarg.
Hiram Shook, who was recently
robbed and shot at Comstock, has so far
recovered, as to be able to be taken to
his home at Oakland, on Wednesday's
Wild strawberries, ripe ct this lime of
the year, are somewhat out of the ordi
nary, nevertheless, Alex KnMey, while
walking along the hillside near his home
in South Drain, a few days ago, picked
several nice, ripe berries. There's noth
ing too great for Oregon.
M iss Lauia Jones, of the Watchmau,
is having a successful trip iti the coast
country, in the interest of ber paper.
Hazard's new building ia u beauty,
and ia about ready for occupancy.
Mr. Lance's cabinet manufactory ia
running at its full capacity, and yet he is
naable to fill ail his orders. Ha is doing
some fine work.
The first quarterly meeting of the M.
K . iurch was hold lost Thursday even
i the elder, Dr. Ford, preaching an
excellent sermon to a fair sized audience.
D. Ford reports tho field in the coast
country, which he has just visited, as
being in a very hopeful condition and
the work progreiaicg cicely.
Kay Henderson of Wilbur, is vi King
relatives at tbia pine?.
Miss Minnie Hauthorne is a guest at
the home of Mr. Jay Jons.
Mr. David H. Parker wont to Kose
burg Saturday evening to be absent a
Mr. Chas. Fisher of Iho Review, was
in town Saturday, looking sfter tho in
terests of his paper.
Meserc. Henry Strange, Walter Latfib
and L.o Cannon cuuie over from Wilbur
Friday, and spent the day with Iriends.
Mr. and Mrn. Z. L. Dinunick and
daughter, Vivian, were in Koseburg a
few days last week, returning Sunday
Mr. K. li. lljlej and fauiilv left Sun
day uiorniug for I heir new home at
Winona, Wash. Their departure is
greatly regretted by their large circle j
COLLIDED WITH AN ICEBERU.
Meamer Dora's Experience on Way
Down l-rom Valdes.
Pout Townhknd, Wubb., Nov. 11.
The steamer Al-Ki, Iroin Alai-ka, brings
news of the collioon of tbe steamer Dora
with an iceberg, iu Cross sound, on the
night of November 4, while on her wny
from Valdes to Juneau. When she
struck she brgan to fill eo rapidly that
she was at once hta tcd for the b!;um nud
beached, but not btf ,re tho men in the
tirercom were standing waist-deep in
water. She was beached at high tide,
ud patched when tho tide went out, fo
that she was able to reach Juneau,
where she is undergoing lepuiry.
Her pafBeimere included Captain AUr-
cronite, I tilled States army, and Lis
family, and Lientenaiit W. C. Biib-otk,
M'glith c iVilry.
ftiis is tbe buat and l he trip on I; it h
C. B. Cannon came doAii to Jui.euu to
nee Iih wife. Cro-e Sound is
near Mult glacier uud deiiebtr no
doubt tame frmu the glacier Hi
THE JURY LIST
For the Regular November Term of
The i-het if! and county cltik drew up
the list of jurots to se've during: the next
term of circuit court which cnvtuee
Nov. t!7, lSlTJ, as folloae:
U. S. Ni.-hols, Kiddle, farmer.
L. M. Parn tt, Deer Creek, farmer
G. W. Short, Wilbur, faiiutr.
Arthur Walker, Gardiner.
II. K. Chiilienor, Civd Bend, Lon er.
J. L- Shainbrook, Colea Valley,
C. P. Totten, Glenda'.e, mcchniiic.
Henry Dt-uu, Ugeebcr;, larmir.
J,A. t'ederwood, Oakland, ii.tr. ! i;,t.
L. Dixon, D r Creek, farmer.
K. C Arnold, Looking lil ies, f.mitr.
John McKean, Koeeburg, farmer.
D. A. Prock. Ter. Mil , former.
Sam Brostu, lllkton, Lratcr.
T. B. J Jhn, Galesville, firmer.
Wm. Perdue, Canyonvi'de, farmer.
B. M. Armitage, Ump jua, u i!e
T. F. Fudicr, Teu M.le, firmer.
C. Touii-aint, O'ies YahVy, f.rurr.
Lea Ljve, Wilbur, former.
A. A. Smith, (Kklaud, l.rmtr.
J. B. Nral, D.-er Crek, fa-mer.
Geo. W, Cox, IVer Crirk. farmer.
W.J. K?nfro, t'tnpsua, farmer.
A. C. Buxton, Yoncalla, f.rmtr.
- W. G. Grnbbo, Scoltsbor;, farmer.
J. F. Mibley, Wet Koseburg, f.rmtr.
W. N. M jure. Myrtla Cretk, farmer.
Jilm Corr-eii-sn:, Mjr.'e Cek,
C. W. Kirk, Canycm ille, former.
S. D. Chapman, East Uinpua, fortr.tr
Over in Coos.
(KiMta the Myrttc I'olul EfcU-rj'r'w.)
CXq'aiile City is soou t a Lave a maich
The er.gagec:ett is announced tl Miss
Peai I Ma j ry, formerly cf ibid plaie, to
Mr. J. C. CiodJelter cf Pirtlau !.
Tne broom han Jie factory at Bandou
is getting oal 5000 cornice poles and 0,
000 Pieces of moulding for a San Fran
Abaul 00,O pounds of aojl, the u-m
nant of the Beasons clip in this vicinity,
was shir jed to f-an Franc.eco by local
merchants last week.
The caisp of teicphoLe crew was
movtd to the llcfJaian place .Mjuday.
The wire is now etreichtd to within
about six miles of this p'ace. nd the
liue will probably be completed l y the
lat of next wetk.
Dan Baiklo cauic io from Kjsthur
Wednesday witnalad of pa:i-ricrs.
He reports the roads iu a very bad ivu
dltion, and also that the road is utmost
lined wil l the teams cf immigrants
bound for U.u vicinity.
Captain cott and wife of Baudon,
passed through town Wednesday er.route
to Douglas count v where they will Lerc
after retide. Mr. Scott has been Cap
tain of the BandcU Life Savir.g crew fu
a number of y ars and is retired from
service on account cf his ti0.
Mies Laura E.Jones, ed.tor f that
newvy little paper, the Watchman, ar
rived at this place last Saturday and haa
spent the week in our towa. She came
In by the Drain etae route making the
several towns along tbe route in the in
terest of the Oregoniau and iucideut&l
ly, not overlooking the Watchman
Mi-s Jones informs us that the Watch'
man force consists of ou!y la lie-". While
we do with to ''ies'i'u the veiacity of
ber statement, k now in Mii-s Joins as
we do, we do, we are ntulrr the impreS'
sion that tl.eic is a gentleman whote
duty it is to do the "press" nork."
Pleasant Occasion at Drain.
A very pleas.iul aud nio-t elubora'e
dinner was serve I by Mr?. C. W. Mc
Allisterof the M .-AUist' Hotel, Drain.
Oregon, lst Saiuiday, November Ilth
to a goodly company of relatives and
friends, the occasion b.-ing iu honor of a
visit frcm her nephews, Mr. Silas II. Mc
Allisfer of GiUo:i, Illinoic, Mr. L. E
Ward and family aid Mr. Henry Mc
Dowell and fainiU-, eacU of Liraine, Ore
gon. After a pleAfant and uiott highly eu-
tortainiug visit In the hotel parlors the
company adjourned to the dining room,
whera a spread such as only Mie. McAl
lister and her most estimable daughters
could prepare was in waiting, and was
enjoyed by all present.
Those present contested of Mra. C. W.
McAllister and her daughters, Mrp. F.
L. Kenny of Rjsebwg, Misa McAllister
and Miss Lulu McAllister and Mr. Wes
ley McAllister of Drain ; Mr. Sihis II.
McAllister of Gileon. 111. ; Mr. and Mis.
L. E. Ward and two children aL.d Mr.
and Mr. Henry McDowell and two
children of Loraine, O.. ; Mr. Goo. W.
Cartwright of Yoncalln, Or. ; Dr. J. W.
Strange of Kjsebur, Or.; Mrs M. J.
Jackson, Mies Laura Spsulding and Mies
Talitha Roberta of D.-ain, Or.
The assembled friends were of otio ac
cord in the opir.i.m that Mrr. McAllister
knows well tho wants of those present
aud supplied them wont eliboiaielr.
The relatives from Lorainn loft at nn
early ufimngon hour (or tlttiir home and
Mr. McAllister left for hid home on ihe
prairies of Illinnid by thJ train Suiid.iy
murtiing, all c:-rring grateful remein-
brances of the pleasant occasion.
A Gt. est.
STRONG'S FURNITURE STORE
Is the Place to buy Furniture.
Have you seen those cast top heating stoves. They
are the latest and hard to beat.
Our line of Blankets
with the discount all off and
Have added some new
ment aud also luive a large line of Symurna and Moquette
Rugs ranging in price from 75c to $18.00 and in size from
1x2 feet to 9 x 12 feet.
We have tie goods to
and can make the prices that
Our motto is honest
32S Jackson St.
You are respectfully invited to call and inspect his goods
get his prices and convince yourself that you can save
money by buying your Groceries of WM. CURRIER.
To The Public
We have in stock at the present time the
ffnest line of Pianos ever seen in this city.
Prices ranging from $200 to $485 on Pianos,
and Organs $45 to $125. Also 7 octave or
. gans, in stock at this time.
Prices lower than can be obtained else
where, and on installments to suit. Write
T. K. RICHARDSON.
Cass Street Market
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Cured Meats
Fish and Game in Season,
Hay, Grain and Flour.
DOZIER & MARTIN,
'Phone Main 181.
Every once in a while
tell of some once
who haa been
consigned to an
ness drove her
to seek tempo
the alcholic mix
tures that are
found on many
Tbe story is an
old, but ever
new one. A
Nj from weakness.
irritability. She cannot divine the cause,
and her f:milv physician seems equally at
loss. A friend w ho suffers in the same way
tells her that a wee drop of cologne, brandy
drops, ale. beer, " malt-extracts " or other
stimulant will i:ive temporary relief. And
that is tbe befrinningr that ends in a mad
house. Tbe woman who suffers from tbe
symptoms described may safely infer that
there exists disease or at least weakness of
tbe delicate orjrans that constitute her a
woman. Jir. 1'icrce a
which contains no
alcohol or other stimu
lant to inebriate, will
promptly put things
riRht, anil make her
strong: and healthy in
a womanly way. It
does away with neces
sity for obnoxious ex
aminations and local treatment. It cures
in the privacy of the home. It gives vigor
and virility to the organs upon which de
pends the perpetuation of the human race.
Mrs. H A. AM-rook. of Austin. I.onoke Co.,
Ark., writr; 'AHcr five months of great suf
frritif; 1 write this tor the benefit of other suf
ferers from the s.une niniction. I doctored with
our family rihvstcian without nny irool result, so
my hu.-shantl uri;etl me to trv Ir. I'icrces medi
cines which I ilM, with wonilerliit results. I
cm completely cured. I took lour littles of
Pr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription, four of his
'O.oMcn Metlical Piscovery ' ami twovutlsof his
ricasanl relicts.' "
Constipation kills slowly. Dr. Pierce '
Vleasant l'ellets cure quickly.
HAIR SWITCH 65 CFMTS.
- Ofll II UU I.
MT tulrallfrM 850 lo S.2S. Uw mild
mirkntb,! null at Sll.o. i. '
OUR OFFER: J ut thi a out ml Knd
. , to u. tnckiM a ituoj u,d
ample ut tUu hmi HU, wanted, and cut It
L".'." T118 ruot " P-xWblinelos.
mr Mlal ark aw4 t Ml, .nr. t
""T lwtm, aud wa will aua laa Im
leb jaw kalr aiaet, mail .ond to you br
mall. potpal.l.and ir you an not iierfwtlj
antlmled, rvtum It and e will imiueiuatell
rt-rund your ntonov. "j.
!- Iu. 1. 1 11 1. I.l a . ...
ll.lll.UI ... u.iu
on . . 'n' ';! "em, 6901 ihort atrm,
BOOl t-otWdn. lonir.ahurtatiiiD.
J?4-ln 1.,.,.. .K '".I.OVI
i'9-oa. ir'.in ii.nir .h...r .
yJllonir, abort ntam. niu .ii.viii
'7 rlaaaaaJtt lam axial
I , . ."Tr mf rra llrHMMl
tmTzLzr2? "u"uc co.ftric.) Chicaoa, ,
(tan, UmHtm a if, r tttrtMlf ftiiaM,-.aa
HAVE A FEW
HARD TO BEAT.
the buyer is to get the bene
patterns to our Carpet depart
make -our homes comfortable I
you can afford to pay. j
values and good goods.
...B. W. STRONG.
The furniture Man.i
Is compelled to move into the build
ing lately occupied b' M. F. Iapp,
where he will carry a more complete
stock of GROCERIES.
' How's This?
We ofTerOne lluudrc-J Dullara Reward
for any caee of Catarrh that raccot le
curhi liy Hall'a GiUrrk Cure.
F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Trops. ToIedo.O.
We the unJersiuel Lave known F. J.
Cheney for tbo last 15 rears, and believe
hin perfectly Lon-jrubie ia all business
transactions and finsnciaUy abie 'o car
ry out any obligatiun tna,!o by their
West A Ttaax, Wholesale Pruct-ist,
WaMing, Kinnan A Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
ILxll's Catarrh Cure ia Uken internal
ly, acticg directly npon tho blood and
mucottfl surface of the system. Trice 75c
per bottie. Sold hy airdrOiruista. Test,
Kepjri tf tha Clover Credit Bchoo1 Lx
the mouth ending Nov. 10,
Xuiuber cf da; a taught 'J3.
Xumhi r days attendance 170.
Average daily attendance 1.
Number ecrclied 10.
Number daya abtt-nt ..).
Nuniber limes tardy 9.
Those who averaged So and over in the
monthly examination ure:
Mamie DixoD, Myrtle Dixon, Elbel
Dixon, Totn Dixon, Walttr Dixon, Ar
thur Morg.n, Nettie Morgan, and Myr
Ar. L. Smith,
Kkii..mi, Nov. 13. FjTif Or
7'at" 3d cents per doz.
butter Iktt dairv, 3AV.40.
creamery, 45ifixe pet roll.
I oUitn Chtiketia. mixed, $3.wi;i '4.00
l'miies lu'un 3.".; silver, extra
l'!'o;rt, .ii.. li i it Ui.
Wheal Walla Wall t o3,'ol.-: Yl-
ley oi ; lilnestem .".
Oats Whiln 3Ih;'.. fbntt'o &r?,
2'" 33: pr bushel
Mi'.l-ltiir- I'.rau, 17; r. tdiincs ?2'2:
Hb.vr3. IS l 0 : cl.oo, lli.tK) ior V.-rt.
Hay Tiinolhy :it ill ; clover. i7.':
Orei?on wild hay, $6ti 7 fer ton.
no: iflley, iOtii.lJc: Lat-ru Oi-
pj, .Moiiair Ibdt.iQ.
Potttups Oregon jjiirbanks, 50ii55
AND RYE. .
All kinds of Pies, Cakes,
Pierce's Cash Grocery.
I- the place to go to get good
poodd at reasonable prices;
Now, Freeb, Clean stock. Also
jVIogt, Feel and bay at lowe&t
W. V. Pierce,
TRUSSES, 65c, SL25.AH0 U?
W. ar- trio IM Mr, tant fruin mi. I
m ,MTai raieCS. t tbaa uoMiurt I I
mH ti t rtwent w v, "
fart l.inll UMM lrm. i.;-itrt1 awn. rM tlM
tA. oat aod .rad tonotta - araui; nni
rvpeared. wbeibcrr mpcar UrT of MMitN 1 i f
BUMJr incike ariMUtd th bod, oa a laiW m tarn
rnpore, whlfcr rupco-t I. oa richt or Wt
and v vl.i eiy1 eirter tram to yxi vftjl ta ma
(tanduir. U tt U mmt a mm mmm m mtmt
null ukmUaMoow rri.jaacaji rtmr u mmA ww
will roturn your money. .
WRITE FOB FREE TBUSS CTLCCt'E ZLTmJZV!i
of mull inoiiMlu.T IA m fl. Imm, Jrwm 1 7 C
k.t 'ill oa. m. mm4 mwm. mm mrV mw 4 t. I 9
SEARS, ROE3UCK A Co. CHICAGO
701 Oak Street, Opposite
Fresh Baked Bread Every Day
"Boston Baked Beans,"
MBS. B- COMSTOCK,
T.N THECIKCTIT COCKT OF THE STATS
oiOreeoa Iu t fer L-ooglas toualy.
J. C. Comstock, F:aint!3V
s-l:e H Coi:ck, Defen.imt.
To SJ;e U. Comstock, the above named
Ire the nair.e of the of Oreeon. too era
hereby re-icLied to appear and " answer Lh.
coi:!f.iitt tied asiic con in the above et
liuni ra;e oa or before ih,s Erst day of lite
n Ti resulir term of id court towit:
Mo3i;y the -CUi dy ul Novemher !. And
il you (ail toco appear and answer the said
complaint, plaint. ii wiC ar-piy to said sort tor
Uiv reiitf ii --. ajj'ied in sa:d complaint tnwit:
Thm ti-e ci.rrictre eonaet tow exstinar rw
Icivii yotinit and mid piaintiff be diolvwl
anJ tl.at plainf.J have todtrcment in said court
for ;hect: and uishcr-cmentsof tbe scl soit
nd tw h o-.iiera.pd I'inher relief as the. court
rcay ad. adze equitable.
This summons w published nnder an'l bv
Tirturj f a order cia.!e by Hon. J. W. Hamil
ton, ;adge ot sai l court.' dated October 2nd
lv" at K?baiv. Orvenn. The date of the
first publication thereof being Thursday U
"tli day of Oetober. and the lass publication
thereof beine T burs. lay the ttri dT f Novesa
ber. lvv. Tte sau.1 period beine more than m
conMrcative weekc between the lirst pablicatiua
henof and the date of the last pobUcaUuci
tt?) J. C. FCLLERTOX.
Plain ti2" Atturser.
New and Improved Passenger Eqoip
meat, via Sunset Route.
Xew Orleans Exrresj (No. 10) and Ta
ciric Expre3 CNo. 9) between ian Fran
cisco and El Faso, have been erpipped
with free recllnicg chair cars, fresh from
the shop and in every convenience of ap
riouitaient eqaal to the best inojrjtion.
Each car U equipped wIUafSTreclinias
chairs, nine of which are in a separata
eruokiog compartment. Both first and
secocd-cla&a tickets are accepted for paa
ea;e in these cirs. These special con
veniences and the congenial climat
through which these trains pass wilt
doubtless make ll.e Saccet Route my
popular for travelers this winter.
What Scrofula Is.
Scrofula is a disease as old as antiquity.
It Las been handed down fur genera
tiona and is the same today aa ia
early times. It is emphatically a di
sease of the blood, and the only way to
cure it ia by purifying the blood.
v That is j;ist what Hood's Sarsaparilla
does iu every caee whera it ia given
a faithful trial. It eradicates all impuri
ties froai thi blood, and cures the
sores, boils, pimples ac J all forma of
skin disease due to scrofula taints in
tbe blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla baa won
the grateful praise of vast numbers
ot people by its grand and complete
cures. Don't ailow scrofula to de
velop in your bijod. Cure it at one by
taking Hood's Sarsaparilla.
'I had dvSrHIlrti.& r: ff t:.;mjn raira
never found permanent relief till 1 used
Reno! dyspepsia cure, aow I am wei
and f.H-1 like a new man." writes S. J
1 ieaiin.'. Mnrr.ne. Wh. It ia th ia.
ditestant known. Cures all forms ot int
digestion. I'hysicians everywhere pre
cribe it. .V. C. Marsters & Co. -
Pr. W. Wixon, Italy Hill. X. V., says I
"1 heartily recommend One Minute
Cough Cure. It Rave mv wife immedi
ate relief in suffocating asthma." l'leaa
aut to take. Never fails to quickly cure
ail toughs, colds, throat aud long
ttotib!e. A. C. -Marsters & Co.
A tiist-ciass restaurant has been
ovened on Cass street, op;oe:to tbe
depot, at which may b haj fresh oyr
tere, chicken, steaks, Ei t'ffrjehes, and
besides meals at ail hours, regular meals
aie served. Lunches and tju'tck meals
for railroad passengers a specialty. For
that hungry feeling b euro Mnd call at
liitr'.j restaurant, piics reiscnahie.
Pr. II. II U.v!et, Summit, Ala.,
says, "I tluhk Kodol PvfepsU Care ia
a splendid medicine. I prerrribe it, and
my conudeuee in it crows with continued
use. It digests what yrm eat and quic
ly cures dyspepsiu auTTnrljjfBtion. ,
O. Marsters Co