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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1900)
JANUARY 22, 1900.
Miss Liasie Hoover ol Medford is visit
ing friends in the city.
Bilious headache, yellow ekm, coatea i
tocgne, fevered lips. Hudyan cures.
Fifty cents. j
San Diego, Cal., yesterday evenine, for a
i.uws. ..... --d ;
Ladies if you are looking for number
one Talnea in knit underwear, call at tbe ;
n,. T s Mfi!or of Cottace Grove ;
was in tbe'eity Tuesday anl called on j
TbeRural Northwest and Semi-weekly j
. t-t i
price ofone paper alone.
Tbe specific remedy for troubles of the ;
blood, kidneys, stomach, liver, is Hood's j
Earsaparilla, tbe great blood purifiar
After all others fail to give you satis
faction take your watch to J. T. Bryan
and be will make it run for you. (nl4d)
Take a 'squint" as you pass, by
Churchill & Woolley. See their win
dow display of silver ware and Eastman
A fine $65 C.G. Conn, cornet model
olo a I to born, burnished silver, gold
tipped, good as new. Only $25 at T. K.
If rou are tired and
rested, and bave no
dull, can't get
Hood's Sarsaparilla. It enriches and
M Aitalizcs tbe blood.
Wfliiam Byars, a newspaper man of
Goldendale, Wash., is in the city visiting j
with bis parents. Gen. and Mrs. W. H. j
Byars. Salem Journal.
L Thornton, of Roseburg, brother of
L F. Thornton of the Ashland Meat CoJ
arrived in Aebland, Friday night. He is j
looking for a location for a livery stable, j
ACKERS' ENGLISH REMEDY
will stop a cough at any time, and will
cure the worst cold in twelve hours, or J
money refunded. 25 cts. and 50 cts. I
For sale at Rapp'a drug store. j
L , .... . ,
The latest in photos at Graves' gallery
Oakland, Or., is the stamp or fun pict
ures, and the Celoron panel for portraits.
' t some of the fun pictures and snr
Jhsour friends with a smile.
F. W. McKecbnie a merchant of Ump
qua Ferry, was in tbe city Tuesday, go
ing out on tbe stage from this place to
his horns. Taking off tbe stage from
Oakland to Unipqos Ferry works a hard
ship on tbe people in that vicinity.
Julia Abraham cabin No. 5, Native
Daughters, of Roseburg, was in session
Monday evening ; quite a number of
candidates were iniated, several of whom
were from Oakland. After the ledge
closed tbe Native Sons were invited in
and speeches, maEic and an elegant
luncheon were the order of tbe evening
and the occasion was a moet enjoyable
jpt Rev. D. T. Summerville, presiding el
Ibe Grants Pass district of the M. E.
Cbnrcb, is in tbe city and will bold the
business cession of tbe quarterly meet-
ing Friday evening at 7:30 in the church.
Rev. Summerville will preach Sunday
morning and administer the sccrament
of tbe Lord's Supper in connection with
tbe morning service, and will go to Eden
bower for services in the evening.
S III I II II IK ttHl
While January is Here.
Th ormortnnities for economical
buying are most plentiful. It is the
rannriil infflroncn that most rmnn -
able prices always rule the January
selling, and there will be no disap
pointment to you in this stock. We
never lesson in our efforts, and Jan
nary values are splendid ones and
earnest to you of the aesrreseive cam-
paign this store proposes for 1900.
Keeping in touch with ns buying
here in jjev month, is practising the
bi knofvn economy.
R A Dn A IMC
lallyVslTyour attention to
Table Scarfs, Etc. The prices are right and will
please you from any point of view. A multitude of good
things for the Holidays in Collarettes, Fancy Skirts, Fas
cinators, Gloves, Etc. Seeing our full assortment is the
only method we know of that will convince you, that you
have made a mistake, in not buying your goods from us
wear, Fancy Shirts, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Muf
flers, Fane' Suspenders, Etc., and speaking about prices,
we are not only as low, but lower than other firms, whose
boast niay be that they sell cheap. Goods and prices talk
Our line of shoes . is unsurpassed, we sell and recommend
the well known Douglas Shoes for men, which means ab
solutely the Best. Get into a pair of them and make your
feet glad. Pay us a visit and we promise to show you
more and better values than you will find elsewhere.
THE PEOPLE'S STORE,
I. ABRAHAM, Prcprielr
Mr Gilliam ol Winchester, was in the j
; city aoesoaT.
For tit class
Little Of Oakland.
dentistry go to Vt
None like the Bradley & Uetcalf boots
at the Novelty Store.
You can gat tbe best 50-.ent overalls '
at tbe Novelty Store. Try tLem
For fine sboej ask for Dr. A. Reed's '
cushion shoe, at Josepheon's.
R. C. Jones an t wife, of Roseburg, are
- .vn... -
Special sals of silk plushes for S3, 40,
i 50 and 73 cents per yard at Josephson's. j
Mies May and Roy SUarns.of Oakland j
Heartburn, coated tongue, bad breatb,
CDnstipaiion. Hudyaa cures. All drug-
E16t8' 50 cente- I ,
Georce Scott of Melrose was in the
! cilv yesterday and paid for tho reliable
Vlaispealke one year in advance. '
You will find jast what you want in a j
pocket Knue. oui 01 mai lasi consign- i
inent just received at Churchill &
Rev. Edward Donnelly went to Grants
Pass last evening, and will visit Rose
bars: befoie his return to tbe city.
Dr. Isabel Sedgwick has cow secured
offices and residence at the S. E. coner
of Cass and Main streers in the home of
Mr. Geo. H. Chorcbill.
Frank Anderson, of Roseburg, engineer
on S.P. R. R. is in toe city. He has not
yet fully recovered from bis recent in
juries received in a wreck in Cow creek
canyon. Guard Eugene.
G. II. Applon, Justice of Pesce
Clarksburg, N. J-, says, "DeWitt's Little
Early Risers are tbe best pills made for
constipation. W e cae no others
(Quickly cure all liver and bowel troubles.
A. C. Manters A Co.
Ujoa overlook ns you bave made
isUke. We are tbe people you are
looking for, we have them. Low prices
! are at our store.
Rice & Rice.
Captain S. S. Mathers, tbe special
agent of the U. S. land office, arrived i j
Ashland Saturday, from Jacksonville.
He is in this yicinity investigating tbe
alleged cutting ci umoer on government
MOKI TEA POSITIVELY CURES
sick headache, indigestion and constipa
sion. A delightful herb drink. Re
moves all eruptions of the skin, produc
ing a perfect complexion, or money re
funded. 25cts. and 50 cts. M. F. Rspp,
Captain S. S. MatSers, cf tbe U. S.
Land Office special agency, returned
from a tour of tbe Southern counties
Tuesday morning. Tbe captain has
aniten little business on bis hands in
connection with bis official duties.
Jcst Received. A large line of string
instruments, violins, maniolins, guitars,
banjos, also a large stock of smaller in
struments. Violins from $4 np. Mando
lins from 7 up. Accordions $2 to 110.
Oiher instruments in propsrtion. Great
value in these instruments. See them
at T. K. Richardson's.
J. I. Bevrv. Lozanton, Pa., writes, "I
I am wilhoe to take my oath is at 1
jcared of pneumonia entirely by the use
J of One Minute Cough Cure afters doctors
failed. It also cured my children of
whooping cough." Quickly relieves and
cures coughs, colds, croup, grippe and
throat and lung troubles. Children all
like it. Mothers endorse it.
A. C. Mareters & Co.
A Cluster of Specials.
That line up with January needs
I the kind that return you just a little
! more than money's worth. The
chances are that you'll pay higher
pricee, end yet secure no better qual
ities, for these are exceptionally good.
They'll 1-M.n von cominK and tbats'
j why we crowd the January Belling
i full ofeucb interest
One third'off Jackets.
One third off Fur Collarelts.
One third off two lines of shirts.
One third off Mackin'oshes.
our lines of Linens,
We are showing an elegant Hue
of Holiday Novelties in Neck
A line line of spray pumps at Church'
m oc ooney a.
D. F. Fox left for
Call oa Gaddis Bros
at tbe Basbey barn.
Rose bo rg, Friday
for bay and oat.,
Wanted To porcbase a good panther i
skin. Enquire at this office.
Price reduced on Winchester' rifles at
Churchill A Woollt-y 'e.
Bond, the watchmaker sells spec'.aclei
ii lovss. Drirea na can nr rimm rrr.
Pimples, eruptions, sweaty hands and
re cureJ b-v Hudyan. All druggists
1 Special sale of children's scarlet all- I Tbe Metboditt ur;ona:e in this city
woo) underwear for 55 cents per garment. i being th jiouh!y repaired and pit in
! at Josephson's. ! a fine condition. The l.ulle Aid Scci-
j Sick headache, fuilnebS in etomacl , I ctJ "r 'wtiog after this matter and are
'psin in bowels. Hudyan cures. All ! ocieeding splendidly. Several chanue
I dujgists, 50 cents. j in regard to rooms, iWirway and etc.,
j A fine easy rocker is a joy forever aud!are tei"2 n,tde! mia tuilJic
j Strong has a late shipment that j h more comfortable and cocyermnt.
. gke anyono jojoa9
Chief train dispatcher G. C. Morris re
turned to Aebland from Portland, Fri-
day morning. Tidings.
Either chickens or turkeys can
batched in a Petelama Incnba'.or. See
them at Churchill & Woolley's.
Do you know a bargain wben you 'see
it? They are looking you strargbt in
tbe eyes wben you are n our store.
Rice & Rice.
Just see tie money yon could have
made if you had bought an incubator
last season. Talk with Churchill !fc I
E. DuGis. M. D., member Board of
Pension Examiners. Office. Margfers
building residing corner DougUs anl
Just arrived at Strong's Furniture
Store, a late shipment of fine rcckers,
call and see them they are wcrth looking
at and will not last long.
ACKERS' DYSPEPSIA TABLETS
are sold ou a positive guarantee. Cares
heart born, raising cf tbe food, distress
after eating cr any form of dyepepsia.
One little tablet gives immediate relit f
25 cts. and 50 its. For sale at M. F'
Rapp's drug store.
Illustrated lecture on "Circulation and
Absorption" free to ladies. Th9 third
io tbe series now being given by Mrs. J.
V. Layne under tbe anepic;a of the
Viavi Co., will be held on Friday, Janu
ary 20, at 2:30 p.m., in the banquet
hall of the Odd Fellows' building. All
Miss Etta V. Williamson left today
for Roseburg, where she goes -to take
a position as saleslady in the milli
nery department of Isador Abraham's
business. Miss Williamson has for
several years past been employed a'.
tbe Leader, and her many friends
wish ber future success. Journal,
A Card of Thanks.
Mr. Cal Radabaugh desires to thank
the many friends who so kindly ass'sted
during the sicknes and death of Mrs.
A Grand Masquerade Ball.
On the evening of Feb. 14tb, 10C0, the
Nat;ve Sons of Joe Lane's Cabin No. 10,
will give a masquerade ball. An excel
lent time is anticipated and means will
not be spared to make the occasion a
There's Assured Safety.
The elimination of every "chance"
in results that particularly appeals to
clothing buyers at this store, Janu
ary always makes the prices just a
little keener the v aloes more pro
nounced, bat yoa alwsys get the kind
of clothes that's guaranteed possess
ing the required style and qualfty
features. There's extra good pick
ing just now for the clothing buyers
Mr S.'Moore it Ruckle wai in ! an
Hon. T. R. Sheridan h back frnm Pun
J. W. Crouch of Oiklitnd us in tbe
Tbe couuty court Las cirmplee I its
work and adjourned fur the term.
Prof, mid J. W. Chauey, of Myrtle
Creek, were in lie city, Tueedrtv.
F. (i. Wonder of Tortlaud. will Le litre
with costumes for tlio UDaftiuersde ball
The weather which hat been cool for
two or three days, lias warmed up again
Editor Stratford vieited the it ate poul
try f how at Albany Tuesday and Wed
nesday of this week.
Bmd has oi -erti br ze clocks fo
holiday presents, n.uet be told at som
price. Come and gel one.
Wheu you cjiiio to Portland remem
ber and have your te.'tb fixed by In. M.
VV. Davie, ICS'.; F'rt j24)
Tue uiodernand mot ttleclive cure
or constipation and all liver troubles
the fatuous little pi'ds aa IMViti's Little
A. C Mareteis & Co.
They wou'l lay ejtgs but "mine grac
ious" how (hey aill set and batch them
that new PeUluoi. incubator sold by
Churchill A Wool ley.
County cmrt adj rurni'd yesterday
evening. A lura amount cf routine
butiLees was traneacttd this term in ad
dition to re-districting.
We will send you the semi-weekly
Plain-deals and the O.egou Poultry
Journal, the ben po r.try jjurnjl in the
Sortbacet, both for f 1. 75.
Toe l'elalunia incubator keeps "ever-
lading at it.'" ti vr le'e sj until the
chickens come. Tut keys tonally as
well. Get prices .at Churchill .A Wes
ley's. 11. C. Collins, the yoang tuau who lias
been pushing epuriotH piper through
out eoutheru Utegou, was arrested at
Junction City Tuesday and takeo to Med-
! lord vee'.ordav to face the charts acainst
tieorge Ditnumk. who went down to
DitnmU'k's Ferry latt Monday, wri'.es cs
that as yet all effort r have failed to dis
cover tbe bo.tv of C. M. Minter, recently
drowned nt that place, and although ev
erything possible is being done tbe high
water and muddy condition of the river
makes it probable that nil tLcir tffoits
toward tbe recovery wili be in vaiu.
I me iduies are iu ue commenueu tor ine r
RADABAl'GH. At the family rtbideace
in North Rostb'trg, Jao. io, 1900, Mrs.
CAl.Kadabar.gh. sgtni 31 yearn and 12
The fimtial services were beld at tbe
residence at 2 o'clek Wednesday, and
the interment was in the Odd Fellows'
cemetery. A husband and three email
children are left Jo mourn her loss, who
have the sympathy of tbe entire com
munity. For Sale or Trade.
A pjuitry riuch, well improved, cf 34
acres, l.' miles from R)seburk. Call on
! cr address,
C. J. VanZilt.
A SAD DEATH.
Suicide of Mrs. Fcrd Uabbert at Mj r
Wednesdj) mosniog, Jan. 24tU Mrs.
Ft rd Gabbert drank a bottle of carbolic
acid from the effects cf which she died
in a short time. She was mentally un
balanced at the time, in fact, had been
for some time, the result cf a severe at
tack of sickness. Dr, Bogue was im
mediately summoned but found the lady
dead on bis arrival.
Deceased was about 33 years of age
and was highly respected. Sho leaves a
busltac'l aud two children and a lare
circle uf friends who mourn her deatb.
An inquest wjs held yesterday which re
sulted in the following verdict:
Mvutlk Creek, Jan. 24, 1900.
We, the undesigned, Iiein i duly sworn
as jarorj in the case of Ma Gabbert, do
find that the said I J.i uabbert was a res
ident of Myrtle Creek, Vt., was 32 years
past, and that she came to her death on
tbe 21tb day of January, l'.'OO, by taking
carbolic acid wftb the intention of com
Jas. 11. SKllKl.NliTOX,
C. R. McSkk,
S. M. Ksk;ht,
S. J. SlTHERI.lN,
C lai ik Falun.
'"I jruex everybody in Be.Hevuc, Ohio,
knows O. P.. t'allaghan, the grocer. I an
in his cm
pi or. and
proecry is a
there is a
good deal of
tf-doors too. Anyhow. I
catch cold very olten, hut
the minute I tx 'in to sneeze
I raich upon t he shelf and
take rt dose of Acker's Eng
lish Itomedv. I tell vou it
is w onderful how quickly it stops a cough or
cold. 1 have usod it myself, mid in my fam
ily for a number of yours. It works like a
charm. I suppose some of the folks would
have run into consumption before this if 1
had neglected to keep a bottle ready all the
time for immediate use. I wouldn't think
of using anything rise for throat and lung
troubles. 1 know what Acker s Kcniody
actually does, so what nenso is there in ex-
periruentinK ? Certainty is better than
chance." (Signed) John Hoff.
Sold lit 2r)C., Wie. and $1 a bottle, through
out the T'nited Hates and Canada : and in
j Lngland, nt Is. '.M., L's. :td., 4s. (J1. If you
! aro not satistied after buying, return tht
atv.utas 11 i 2Vw; i 'II
1 - 1 II
known -z. rmt; I
e K A, ! wwhrrv iWi
you Have . I , i I r' 7ll Te
eff'wl'nd MI; TPi
cominji In Q"- f
bottle to your druggist, :ui(t get your money
H milhnria- 1hr atitr nunrantft.
W.1I. UOOKKH d- m, Ittyrittort, Hero York.
For fle by M. F. Rapp,
z 301 and 303 Jackson St.
DR DARRlN ARRIVED.
The Celebrated Specialist From Port
land at the McCIIalen House to Re
mala Until February iS:b.
Dr. Dirrin nee.la no
for the wonderful cures effected by bim
throughout the state during his many
years of practice in Portland speak for
thetmelvee and are living testimonials :
ol his superior skill and success in the !
treatment ana cure ol tne most stubborn
and aggravated cases, and chronic di-'
We have known the doctor rsonaily
for years in Portland, aud have come
face to face with mtny of bis p-tientsi
after being iocceeefully treated by bim. I
In our business relations we have found i
him tj be strictly reliable and a gentie-
man of prompt and practical business :
methods. His treatment by electricity
and medicine has become so popular
with the afflicted tbat his patients do
not seek in vain for relief from iila flesh
is heir to, which is positive proof of the
superiority of bis electrical treatment
over a! I other methods of core.
C. C. Presley. Woodviile, Or., deaf
Wm. Senor, Medford. Or., drafoecs
20 years, cured.
Uadsell Dye, Bniss, Idaho, abscess of
the eye, cored.
Chas. Carney. Jacksonville, Or , ci.
tarrh for years, enred.
John Martin, Cove, Union county, Or.,
O. F. McCrary, Jacksonville, Or., deaf
ness 7 years, cured.
Mrs. Martha Woodruff, Cleveland, Or.,
partial paralysis, cured.
Ex-Judge G. Crockett, Meriin, Or ,
deafness 10 years, restored.
Wm. Hunter, Eugene City, Or.,
catarrh 20 years, restored.
Miss BirJie Schmidt, Jacksonville
Or., discharging ear and deafness, cured.
Christ. Miller's daughter. North Yak
ima, Wash., fistula of tbs jw, cureJ.
A. Jackson, Seattle, Wafh., pains in
tbe back so he could not move, cured.
II. A. Tucker, president of tne bank at
Genesee, Idaho; catarrh 15 years, cured.
S. P. Gorsline, Looking Glass, Or.,
deafness and ringing it ears, cured sev
en years ago.
G, B. Matthews, Kigle Point, Or.;
consumption and large tumor, cured S
Mrs. Isaac Williamson, McEwen, Or.,
inflamed eyes, catarrh, pain in ber side,
Ex-City Marshall, H. W. Goldbeck,
of Vancouver, Wash.; Hydrocele for
B. F. Pope, Uoulton, Or., diabetis,
Brigbl'a disease and catarrh of tbe blad
Harry H. Baldwin, Bandou, Or., dys
pepsia and neuralgia of tbe stomach five
Mrs. B. Bickford, Roseburg, Or.,
treated successfully, and ber sou was
cured of cross eyes.
Mrs. H. Easton, Roseburg, Or., granu
lated eyes all her life, the eyelashes were
all gone, cured.
Dr. Darrln can be consulted free at
the McClallen House until Feb. IStb.
Hours 10 to 5 and 7 to 8 daily. The
poor free, except medicine. Tbe core of
seminal weakness, lost manhood, vari
cocele, hydrocele, gonorrhea, sphilis and
stricture a specialty, as well as all chron
ic diseasee. Batteries and belts fur
nished if necessary. Croes-?ye cured
in ten minutes or no pay with slight
operation and no psin, patients can re
turn home tho same day. Catarrh cur. 1
for 5 a month. Eyts ter-ied free and
Caro Bros. a Oakland
Offer for sale tbe following goods nt cost
as they are over stocked in tbem :
Mackintoshes, collarettes, capes, dress
skirts and a large assortment of geuts'
and boys' rubber clothing.
Captain Lane Dead.
Tho news of tho death of Captain Nat
II. .Lane, in Spokane, proved a grf at
surprise to many of bis Portland friends.
He died of pneumonia after a brief ill
ness. Dr. Harry Lano, bis brother, re
ceived a niOFsage Saturday saying that
his brother was very low and nt nine
hurried to Spokane. Captain Lano was
a (traodson of General Joseph Lane, oue
of tbe founders of Oiegon. The funeral
will be held in Portland. Telegram.
JOSE PHSON'S I
a special inducement to cash customers
we will give
$25 each month
to the one holding the lucky nu mber.
All amounts settled within 30 days will
be considered as cash. Each purchase en
titles you to one number. Our reputa
tation for selling the best goods for the
lowest prices is owing to the fact that we
buy for cash and in large quanties, which
enables us to maintain the same low figures.
A. Younger rusdw a flving trip lo liote'
burg U9t .Sunday.
Frank Criteser of Portland, was visit-1
ing bis old fiiends here Sunday.
Our genial merchant, James T. Gocd-
j man, was locking after business matters
reomtne ndation!in Kovtmrglast Monday.
Sou;e of ur oi l wttlers bave been i Ur,y bT ,ho who can recall the ens
predictiDg snow for the past tao weeks, totn" nJ Pe"ecee of 25 years ago,
t ntit has Niled t ja. fwjir yet. i "Why do so many persons nowadays
T. J. Williams of Ten Mile, attended
f. o. O. F Jodie here Saturdav
i Howard Cirttr of Coos
j viMtitnj friends bee let Sund.y.
i Wai Ujiton of Brocknay was
i Tuesday on business.
I Ja:ce4 A. lUvia a in Hivi-Ii-irj af-
- - o "
nrday locking after boioeM matters.
James Beasley, the catiln buyer,
j here this week.
Last Monday Perry Foster and Waiter
Wright were lest while hunting o:j tbe
Coast P.aoge mountains. A large party
of searchers went lrom here Wedoesdav
morcing to find tbe lost rccn. but when
the party reached tbe mountairs they
met them. They bad just found their
way out of the wilds of Oregon almost
exhausted. Tbey were out three days
and nights without f cd.
A Happy Woman. All tne world love a
happy woman one whose smiles are as
inipiritioa to others. Wc love the womu
- who laughs, whether
' be in the houte-
rAftHeV. hold, behind . the
conntcrs in stores.
in the ht3iinr nflFc
f V4 or in society. The
h l . 1
Where you find one.
vou end a
e d down
ness and woe
V flK ft J
from "female troubles."
And yet there
ought to t and can be a score of happv
women to one who is unhappy. Tho
women whose lives are saddened by the
drains noon the system, by prolapsus, by
irregularities, by headache, nervousness
and bearing-down pains, can be restored to
happiness and health by l)r. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription, a medicine that is be
yond question the best in the world for
disorders of the womanly organs. Every
ailment that besets the grirl, the bride and
the mother, between puberty and the "turn
of life." is enred by it. It keeps the pros
pective mother in a happy frame of mind,
and her good spirits arc sure to be inher
ited by the little one w hen it comes.
The medicine dealer who urges some
substitute for Ir. 1'ierce's Favorite Pre
scription i thinking of the larper profit
he'll make und not of your best good.
Mrs. Orrin Stitc. of Downini;. liunu Co., Wis..
wnte: "1 have hern intending to wrile to yoa
ever since my baby was
born in regard to" what f J y
your 'Favorite Prescrip- ( 'si
tion ' h.- done for me. I e
cannot praise it enoiich. "V S
for I have not been as m s 4.
well for five years as I kx '
now uni. In Julv lat I
ha:l a laby hoy. weis'it f ) N
11 pounds, aiicl I was ou'.y - r '-
sick a fhort tine, anj y.
since I cot up have .
had oce ick :.iy. 1 have not hail auy womb
trouble huot I :cl t:p. I was not ouly surprixd
myself but nit i'" my friends here arc urprvd
to see me so wc'.i."
For ?i one-cent st.nnps to pay postajre.
Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y wilt send
you his famous 100S p.ijre illustrated Cora
ttroti Sen.-c Medical Adviser, a book that
is easily worth cito any family. Cloth
binding jt stamps.
They are all of the
makes see them.
FISHER & BELLOWS.
Roseburg, Oregon. 3
EYE GLASSES, ANI WHY.
Increase in Number of Spectacles Sup
ply a Long Felt Need.
Tbe question iscften asked, tartica-
wear giaase87" lne answer is easy:
..v.t ... .
ice increase in ins number ot spec
tacles worn is not to be regarded as an
evidence of modern degeneration of . the
f-yee, but rather that a lonx felt cecesfi'y
1. as been met" For it should be re
membered tbat within the past quarter
of a century much has Leen learned
about the value of g' asses, and the rar.ge
of their application and usefulness has
been enormooi extended. Of course the
eyee need more help r.ow than formerly,
as the amount of work they are required
to da is much greater than at any pre
vious period in the world' history.
Tbe sewing machines and many other
inventions of its class sv? the labcr of
the bands enly to add to that required
of tbe eyes.
New employments, new amusements,
and new fashions are continually being
ir.trodcced to increase tbe exactness laid
upon these Sensitive and delicate orgies-
The steady decrease of iiliteiacy, togeth
er with the gtner.il cheapness of litera
ture and a spread of taste for it. the enor
mous circulation of novel, nugazice and
newspaper, the ever increasing use of
artificial illumir.a'.i n, ail co-iibir. to
overtax tbe eyes, add tj wi-akcese or
possibly detrov the eU'-it nnless the re-H
qiired aid and prote tii b; r-npplied
through every means at.rtir ui'pods.
Thus it happens that the femetice lox
nry of properly ad jp e l ci ? has coilo
to be recognized ami ur.drttxd ty ry
many of the present geaer-itton as one of
the real necessities cf their live?.
Dr. Darrin is prepare 1 t? test and tit
the eyes with glasses in cor.nectijn with
his regular practice.
Dr. Darrin treats all forms uf c
eye troubles as well as all chronic diseas
ee at the McClallen House, Roeeturj,
until February 13th.
"NVhat 5rofu'.a Is.
Scrofula is a disease as oM as anli-u ty.
It baa been banded down for genera
tions and is the sattie today as in
early times, it is emphatically a di
sease of the blooJ, and the only way to
cure it is by pmifyicg the N'-oJ.
Tbat is just what Hood's Sarsapsrilia
does in every cafe where it is giveu
a faithful trial. It eradicates all irrj ur
ties from tho blood, and cures the
sores, boils, pimples and all forms of
skin disease dua t scrofula taints in
the blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla hits won
the grateful prais of vast numbers
of people by its graud and complete
cures. I'oa'laDo scrofula to de
velop in your bl:od. Care it once iiy
taking Hood's Sjrt'apari'Id.
A bis reduction in Kitui.vi K Uk
at Churchill & WooliyV.
assortment of these
aud rather than keep any
will dispose of them at cost.
latest styles and best
Warners Rust Prot'f Corsets,
Kalamazoo Corset Company,
McCall Uazar Patterns.
Gordon Hats and
Salem Woolen Mills Tailor Made
Notice of Final Settlement. -
In the County Court of the State of Oregon
for Douglas Coun'y :
fu the miner ot l he cstaU of Louisa VitcheU,
Notice in hereby rfveu that the uudVnigned
aduiinil7ator the above entitled eataie flies
hU final ncoonnt therein on the ZM day of Jan
nary, ):'. and on the Zid day of January, l0,
the jade of the shore nil tied Court dnly
made an order appoiutine. Turwlay, March Slh.
Yji at thcVoanty conrt bouse in Roaebun; Uoug
Coanty. rvx'.o,-ai 10u eloik a. m. of uid day
as the time and place fa r bearing objection
thereto, and lor trie final ettiement of said
ea'.ate. and any and all persona haTinf any ob
jection to -a.d tinal accoant. or say part toers
ot, are b.T ty notified lo file Ute tarn la the
ave eniiil.-a court and cause, oo or beiure the
lime set 'for id final ietticment.
L siTKo Mills Lao Ornca.
Kosrbnnj, Orecon, Jan. ZX, Yffi.
Bj Uouorab'.e Commissioner letter -V of
November iS. lv", this ofiioe was directed to or
der a heannt to deu-rmine the character of the
(oliovinKdsi'rilwd tract of land, to-wit: the
t ,o( NW , and W , of X&'.i. bee J.T 2j,
heretofore adjuIeed to be mineral in character
tiaciion of October 1C) but now alleged by
the Oreeon and California Railroad Compday to
be esse 11 1; ally juoa mineral In character, all
mineral Hi and ere contained) baviof been,
since said derikD, eitncled or taken from
Wherefor.-, in conformity i'h the instroct
ioni of id k tier a fceatina u hereby ordered,
the testimony to be taken at Una nthce, before
the Kt-ri;ter and Kect iver on Friday, April C
ISO alio o clock a. m., and :he pamea hereto
are heret'T .animncd to appear at aaxl lime and
pitce and farnih leaumcny in support of their
re.- pee: i ve c laiiua.
taid hearinc to be cond acted in accordanea
with arax-9afh lot. el aej of the U. S. IiniiiT
Lava acd Reflations.
J. T. BRIDGES.
i. H. BOOTH.
In tliei'.rcnit Court, of the
for Doozlaa Conntv.
fctaie ot Oregon
. L. chapman. F'.aisUiT
t. - "
Vry Chapman, Defendant i
To Marr Chapman. Defendant abore mamcd
IS THE SAMii VV TH ESTATE OF ORbON:
Yua are hereby reqoired to be and appear in
tne above enuiled Conrt and anawr tne eom
i.Uint filel axainm you therein oo or before ta
lat flay of the iime prectibed in order for the
publication of tnis auramons, which period of
time iix weeks from the date oi the llrat pub
iication ol th sutnmor s.
!Aid first date of taid publication being oa
the -tih dar oi January. Lu) and the last date
of publication beisc the Mil dayot Vaictt,
l.'ii, and you are hereby notified that if you
fail to o al-pear aad answer said complaint, the
piaintiJwii'i apply to the Court Hv the relief
apl.e.1 I r in piaintiiTs complaint, towit:
thai the carr aae coniract uo exiuing be
tween plainUiT and deiecdant be forerer dia-iv-i
aud t askie. and that piaintin' hare a
decree of divorcs and for rach other relief aa
hailbejujt aod equitable, and for hiieoeu
and i:tHir?nitu : ot ihia rnit-
Thtsfummons i? published by "order of Hon.
Joe Lvons. Judse the County Coon of Doug
Im Cou'.nv, made a: Chambers at Soecbbrg,
Orevim, Janoarr Si. 1WJ.
Dn'.ed Ko-ejunr, Orecou, January 2"., 1900. .
J. S. MKDI.EY,
At to ney for Piainiiff.
IN THE CIK'.'CIT COCRT OX Til E STaTK
OK RE'..OS FOR DOlV.LaSC H'NTY:
V. it. WXWinwu.and Eilen L. iik-1
nwii, bis wile, and Jake Vhi;a:re j
aud Carrie W bitavre, his iie.
V. H. Cole and uan B. Cole, his
wite: H. .. Cole, and Addie Cole, j
hi-wife: Joel .. Cole, an l Lesa
Cole, hii wiie: Lydia E. ote, wid-1
on : ,nd D. J. Coie. A. C. Coie, R- U. J
die anil K. V. Coie. llino'a and j
heirsat law of SidneyCole.dee.'aaed ;
and K. U. Youns, A.G. unc and I
Georje Steania. partners doic 1
luiMnm under t"e tlrui Dame and i
at vie of E. j. Young Company I
Notice i hereby eiven that lh nndemigned.
referee in the aliove entitlet cause, pursuaiu to
au enter of the above imittcd court made and
entered in the journal thrrvrf, of date Deeem
tr !. W, will on fatur.Saj, the 24th day of
February, 1J. at - o'eiivt .p. in. of said day at
tbe court hooe front i'.jot in RwSurg, Oregon,
M il for t'-b in hand, at pi.l,iir auction. In one
botv or in .-parate iareel, the M ulM de-
ntMl r'l property. t-wit:
TheSW of tn-E , -n.t theSE;f the 9
W" 1 ., and the V 1 s ot t!'.' N W 4 of Sre. 4: the
X of the sV 1 ,. anl the E . of Sec 5; lota 4.
: aiid 6 oi See. S. a:nl all tht vrt of tbe Oarret
B Vanrijwr lKiiation Laal CUim No. oi, lytne;
in See. N and the W '.of the SE '4. and the K
of the S VY ',oi rev. L: all ia ta nship 2 South
of Range S V est of the iV.aiuetie Mi riciin ia
lijUK'.as couuty, Oregon, containing sui. acieB
more or lcs.
Dated th!s'.'lth day -t January, 13C0, at Roe
C. A. JlcGEB.
. rcc iu the ab-'ve entitled cause.
Shows the Mrfte of your feeling and the)
state oi vr lieahh as well. Impure
blood iu.ia.c3 i.se'.f apparent iua pale aud
BallJ ioni;-xior, pimples aod skin
eruptioi.-. li you arefeelinic weak and
orn o n ml '. not hae a h-althy ap
tearat.i-e, you should try ArkerV H!ood
Elixir, it cure all bh.o.t diseases where
cheap Sarstpariila r.n J mj calied pnrtrters
fail; k:.oitii? this', w li very Uit'le
cn a positive sintrantee.
How's Th s?
We ofter tti !luci!re,l Dollars Reward
f.-ratiy c.'.n' f t''airh that cannot be
cored lv K ,:' v'.c.i-rh Cure.
F. J. CilENlCY & C Props. Toledo, O.
We the undergone t bave known F. J.
Cheney for tho last 15 Tears, and holievts
him perfectly honorable in all business)
transactions ana financially able 'o t ar
ry out any obligations made by Uicir
West oi Truax, Wboksule Pruists,
VVulvljni;, lvintiati A Marvin, Whole
ealo Dnici!lp, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Curw is taken internal
ly, acting thret tly itiu-n tlie bl-nnl nI
nitlcotlR 8ilrfHCt! of the system, frit i- 7.'
per lv tt'f. Sth! by all tiruk.-yi. l it.
monu: frt e.
S zedotci't in.iio.iie i -ia!uy. l're
I counterfeit and worthless salve offered
or DeWiu'd Witeti Salve. De-
t Witl' is iheotdy original- An infallible
cure for jiiles nd nil skin disease.
A. O. Afarslera A Co,