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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1901)
m PEOPLE'S STORE
We are redoubling our efforts to make the PEOPLE'S STORE
the most popular place for bargain seekers to make tbeir head
quarters, as our tall and Winter goods have arrived and we are
selling them at a very low margin.
aud we arc selling them
get them elsewhere.
Our Fall aud'Winter Stock of Clothing are now in and one of
the latest and most up-to-date, and if you will step in and give
us n call ou will be convinced that we have the most complete
aud up-to dale line in the city, and 3'ou will see that we can sell
you cheaper then you can get them elsewhere.
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Of Local Interest.
Weather Bare a a forecast.
Koskbcko, Ore., Oct. 3 Tosiijbt
and Friday showers; cooler tonight.
Thcs. Gibsos, Observer.
Tae best coaiedy ol the ewson" ia
the naive real verdict of the preea in
commenting on tbe production o! "A
Female D.'Umai9r,ibe 1 teet sascess from
tbe pea of Chsrles E. Blaney. Thi
BlauJid cimedr which 'rill be p-esnf-ed
at the opera boase Wednesday night.
Oil. 9, wcil desarvts the praise bestowed
upon it, ta tl.e aoUicr Las apared neither
time nor expense in his dee ire to t&ake it
a leader in tbe conedy world, and hie
efforts havs bjea rewardeJ beyond bis
mo3t aanziiaa hpes. The charming
actress, Miss Jonl03e Bennett now in
the leading 10'e, is etrixingly Ct'ed for
the part cf Haaa Bargain, a female
drummer.Sbe causes a canmot.oa in tie
large department store of Smooth St Eiik
in her rid. tots to fo-ce upon the mar
ket fcer lare r toe it of feminine apparel.
MiS Jobnttote Eeonstt is ably aeeieted
by Fcch clever artists as Tooy Williams,
II airy Ld-ll, A'Krt Tavernier, Mart
Ka-, Parson Graham and CharlaU
Sco t. Tie a-inor pitj arain tbe bands
ci very competent pjop. tba Iar eoa
pmy requiring 4)srti-!s. Tne fcuer:
iE8;n:fiaent and is eepecia-'ly constrnc;ed
for "A Female Drummer." Tbe coniedy
is divided into tbrtr cv, presenting tbe
boiinesi efficea of Smoo'.h & Silk, tbe l
terior of tbe firm's large department
store, and tbe tropical gardens of a well
known New York UXt, with the sales
ladies' ball in progress. The staging
and costuming are magnificent and the
pioioction is all tbat coold be desired.
To make tbe bt-et bread, nee the Olf
brated Magic Yraat. Nothing like it for
prodocirg li't-ht ee-t, notritions loaf
of bread. It a ill retain its moietare and
nntty flt r lonjr than bread raised
with any other yeat pot opoa tbe
Bit. A. S. ililligtn. wbo was pastor
of tbe Meant Tabor Methodist Cbnrcb
for several years, is spendirg a few days
in the city visiting o'd IrienJa. He is
very bleaeaotly situated at Boeeborg,
where b.3 Las beei pastor of tbe Melbod
et Caarch erer eiace leaving Mount
Tabar. Wedaely'e Daily Oregouian.
Join the army of happy buyers made
so by the unmistakable values we are
'Twill stand out in
the best purchase
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Our Fall Millinuery Stock of Street and
Walking shapes are the most up-to-date
styles that has ever been in the citv before.
from 25 to 50 per cent,
L. Douglas Shoes
Editor and Mrs. W. C. Conner and
Misses Laura Jones and Lizzie Orpnrd
returned home Monday evening from a
brief bat pleasant visit with W. II. Eoid
ler and family of the Calipooia. A day
was spent at Umpqua Ferry viewing the
prune picking and drying operations in
the fine large orchards of Sam Evans
and the Messrs Shambrook. The large
evaporators of these orcharJit-ts were
running night and day and regardless of
the fact that the rain storm had caused
hundreds of bushels of prunes to fall to
the ground the damage from cracking
and decay was slight, Mr. Evans it that
time, estimating his probable loss at
not to exceed 5000 pounds, which, con
sidering the large yield of his 30 acre
orchard, is a small per centage. Mr.
Evans also has about 30 acres in good
bearing apple trees of choice winter va
rities and the crop is large, assuring the
enterprising grower good returns from
this source, tbe inferior grades being
dried, while the better grades are nicely
boxed and find a ready market at top
prices. Messrs Shambrook have 40 acres
in fruit trees, principally prunes, and a
finer, more thrifty and well kept orchard
is not to be found in the county. They
will have a largo crop of a fine quality
and will only sustain a slight loss as a
result of the continued rains. Fall plow
ing and seeding has commenced on the
Calipooia and Umpqua and the stock
men are all jubilent over the fine pros
pects for fall and winter pasture, all
kinds of stock already being in good con
dition for tbe winter. Many beautiful
and well improved homes are to seen
in the productive Calipooia and Ump
It will be of interest to tfie farmers of
this connty to learn that the "w Era
Flour Mills, of Rosebone have just in
stalled a fine new Barley Bolls machine
of large capacity and tbat tbe mills are
now prepared to manufacture a fine dust
less feed from your barley wbi!e ? 00
wait and are even better equipped for
turning out a superior quality of flour
and feed than ever betore. Bring in
your grain and tbey will do tbe rest. U
Tbe Gold Bug, as well as all tbe mines
and claims of Mount Reuben , are scenes
of activity at the present time. Tbe
eUmp mill of tbe Gold Bag pounds in
cessantly eight and day, witb fail doable
-shift crews. Tbey are cow do an 400
feet, with tbe main shaft w.th a fine
body of ore exposed on the crust-cats at
this level. Tbe ore is showing np a
belter qualilT as depth is obtained. Tbe
mine is equipped with a saw mill to cot
tie stope and tunnel timbers.
your memory as
in your buying
? n B If
cheaper than you can
A local circle of the Cbantauqui Liter
ary and Scientific Circle was organ's jd at
the residence of J. A. Buchanan, Tues
day evening, 0t. 1. wish 0 members.
The following offi trs were elected: J.
Bnchtnan, President ; Vice-president ,
Mrs Geo. E. Hooct ; Mis Kwrina Rtst.
Secretary; George Brrou, Miss E:h
Gaddis, J. E. Sawver", Fraof G. Micelli
and W. A. WjoJ, Commitee ol Io-t'uct-ioa.
The circle will meet on Sturdy
evening of each week, and will be!n tbs
required re idmc fjr the year at once.
This is tlrt lu'iao-Gircntn yr. aid tbe
reading incta Is pricip-l y thi his-
n:ora a-e am ar; oi taosa coun
tries. Mrs. J. C. Hafibinssn hat fim re
ceived an eirgai.t aud up-to date Iin ol
milllt-err. cot sisUcp of lists and triu-
m;nrs, nbtons. e'e , an ! would he
pleased to show theee KO-xis to ladiM f..r
tbs latest in sit lifti headvear. Corner
Main and Washington rtre-'a
Gsorg Utyno. aa etiTuM, cit iea
of lbs Brackway pr;inc, m in town
WedofsJiy and mda the I'liimjEvlsb
a very plsi-nt ca'l. Mr. Hayces re
cently return 1 hims from the AUin,
Alaska, gold fiilds a'tsr a prosperous
season in tbat mining region bringiog
hone with him a nut sum is gld das',
sad noggets ss a reward for hit energv
and foil. Mo fins oagMa ranging in
Tains from f I taflO were exhibi!ej at
this offi which fairly dazz'ed our vis
ion. It isn't often such tbiags are seen
aboat a country p-iot sbp.
It is an old axiom that "breid in lLa
staff of Lfo" bat this dependt some bit
on its qnalitr. The fiaa
borne msdo bread made at J. Siever's
bakery 00 Jackson sveet near t!aiw nnr
tails to please. A Vice variety of rat tries
also kept constantly on hand.
Cbsrles E. B'.auey's latest musical
soccers, A Female irummer," witL
Johnstone Bennett. Tony William Al
bert Tavernier, Matt Besgan and David
DeWolf in tbe leading roles, will be the
attraction at the opera bouse Wednes
day evening, Oct. 9. "A Female Drum
mer,' is hUl a; ths gwa'st farce
comedy socers of fhs season, snd o far
has plated to tbe ctpeci'y of t!l the
theatres where it has ben tret-ned.
Fteares & Chenowrih have Iron Tld
wacoos. th) chean st. Tifv
ofiVr a'l Hacks an-l Huiriea at reduced
prices, nem, all ?ffl b-s wskoos, (fteel
Ranft aoil Su.vt .jf fi jrts, I'ionier
White Lad. I.inN-ed Oil. Djora ar.ft
Biv. X.J. Ilrhir, who hs pretchid
here the past year, and who his been
appointed t Klamath Falls f r ths com
ing year, will preach his farewell ser
mon at Wilsur next ftandav. Oct. C.
I3J1, 11 a. m. lis was prrventcd
from preaching tbe last sermon tbat wis
anoounce-l, and the appiint-nia1; bad
not then been made. I'. is hops! tbat a
la'Ki number will ba pres nt.
IlKaenre seekerf, w by doi.'t ym drive
yoar on rig when you can bu as cheap
as yon can hire? Goo J borne, boggy and
narnees lor sals cheap. Apply to II. J.
On tbe evening of Sept. 2t3, 1901. Mr.
J. B. CUrk, of Condon, Gilliam County,
and Mrs. Bjbs A. Tracy, of Drain.
Dacglaa county, were united in marriage
byBsv. Chas. E. Crumley, of Myrtle
Point. Tbe cere atony was performed at
the McClellanI hotel. Tbe happy cou
ple reside ia Condon. Mrs. CUrk is tbe
daughter of Jacob Richey of Drain.
No confectionery lik that home made
taffy at tbe Candy Kitchen children
try for tt, young ladies are pleased witb
u ana tne older people prefer it.
Oakland Owl: Douglas county girls
are all right. Miss Emma McColIam is
engineering at her father's saw mill.
Miss McCollum understands mill work
thoroughly and is not afraid of soiling
her bands when necessary. Tbe county
would be better off if tbtre were more
ambitions jouog ladies sod cot so many
No trouble to keen cool if von call at
tbe Candy Kitchen for ice cream soda.
Hamersly's ice cream, like his candies,
is always rich and wholesome.
An B. P. graval train bad an accident
near Ruckles Tuesday. Bix csrs were
derailed and the en gine disabled. No
one was seriously hurt. AssUtanca was
sent out from bere and tbe track was
toon cleared. Tbe accident was caused
by some empty flit csrs being "corner
ed" by tbe engine while making a firing
"Pride of Douglas" is tbe brand yon
will alwavs find on tbe sacks containing
tbe beet flour obtainable in Southern
Oregon. Try it and be convinced, tf.
A peculiar accident : Robert Hume, tbe
S.P. fireman, received a seme cot in
bis leg Wedneaday morning while com
log In with tbe excursion train. An oil
cup on the side rod of the engine came
off while rnnning and struck him as be
was standing at tbs side of tbe cab, re
salting ia a paiofol bat not eerious in
Try Mrs. Comstock's bread. Bo yen
large loaves lor 25cts. Delivered toanv
I ptscs ta ins city u uciirea, u.
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Yesterday at Mrs. Collins hospital
Drs. Hoover, Luther Hamilton and
Hoack performed tbe operation upon
Young Sam, the old and well-know 1
Chinese merchant of this city, removing
both bis legs just below the knee joints
The opporation was very successful, and
the patient rallied and has rested otn
fortably ever since. tSo far as cau be
determined bis chances for recovery are
very good, notwithstanding Ms advanced
age and the terrible condition his limbs
were in. Some time azo he was suffer
ing from inflammatory rheumatism, and
in endeavoring to treat himself brought
about the badly diseased condition of
flesh and bona which rendered amputa
tion necesssry. As tbe nnfoitanate man
was almost penniless, a parse was made
np among those who have known him
for many years, through tbe efforts of
D. S. K. Buickand others, to provide for
maintenance at tbe hospital, and tbe
three doctors named very geuerously
consented to perform the operation free
of charge. Young Sam, in the happier
and more prosperous dys of I bo past,
baa always been known as one of the
most liberal, fieohearted men of the
city, never '.tiling to conti ibute liberally
to a'ty charitable or public spirited en
terprise, and those who knew bim in
former years are glad t J be able to assirt
him in bis time of need. He gives hU
age as C3, and has been iu Rosburg for
nearly thirty years.
Churchill A Woolley sell the geunine
Oiiyer plowjsnd repairs. One genuine
share is worth two imitation cast iron
ones. Yon will find Oliver's name on
Hews. Humphreys A Strong, who
leased tbe Myrtle Creek Flouring Mills
from Willis Kramer on August 11, era
meeting with flattering success. Tbe
mills are rnnning to their fullest impari
ty right along, and are still several car
loaoa Demon in orders, liatn tbe pret
est managers were in the employ of Mr,
Kramer previous to leasing the baainese,
Mr. Humphreys coming from the Salem
Flouring Mills to taks charge of (be Can-
yocville milts four years ago. Tbe Myr
t'e Creek plant ha jiet been given 1
thorough overhauling and pal iu tbe best
condition possible for maintaining the
reputation it baa upheld fur twsoty years
in making one of the best brands of
floor on tbe market. An eipenaive new
concrete dam is one of the improvement'
Buffalo Pitts Dic Sprint and Suite
tooth barrow, sold by 8. K. Svkee are
the best. See ibem and you will boy no
Monday's dailv O egonlan C ir.tiio.l a
fine pirtuie of two new directors of tl
Pacific University eleven Capltiu Frl
Day and Manager B. W. Fanlkner. M
Faulkner is a Basebor boy, the s i f
U. Faulkner, tbe Roeetarg Srction Fot
man, ana is mating a reputation at an
r . ...
athlete as well as an ambitious, diligent
and progressive stadent. Re
garding bis relations with the
football team, the Oregouian said:
Manager K- V . Faulkner made tbe
varity team in IS J9 at quarterback under
Coach Arlett. Last year be went back
to halfback. At tbe close of tbe seat in
be was chosen maoa;er for the coming
Dr. R. D. Barrow, specialist in Chron
ic disease of every kind. 0cs in Tay
lor A Wilauu b'ock, rooms 3 and 4, up
Dwight Reed, a prominent stock raier
of Oakland was in town Saturday tract-
ailing business. Mr. Herd remembered
tbe PLaucbsaLufwiih rry plecsaoteall
sod r ports i that tbe 1 tick men were all
rej ticing over ih eplended prospects for
fail and winter pastor jge, tbe rr cent rains
having started srait to groning lux
uriantly. Mr R-tJ took advantage of
our f p'endid club rate and will re id both
lbs rmsnaALka aod Orgot!an Ike en
Ure F,l T. Nacbel's St'ttv Piano
Eiaroi-I ti pwiifh yoor piabo. For sale
br T. K Rirbsrriano. aS6
The sail intelligence reached RoseVurg
this wv.-k that Mrs. Fred I'age-Tui-tiu
died at Wrangvl, Alaska, Svpt. 23, 1901,
at the age of f2 years. Funeral services
and burial was conducted at Seattle
Wednesday. The family resided in this
city prior to Mr. Page-Tustins aj.ioiut
ment aa U. S. Commissioner to Alaska
in 1S03. A 16 year old Son is left with
the bereaved father to mourn an irrepar
Tbe baorlv receipt bock, also blank
notes aod ail lorrea ol leg! blank, at the
PLaxxDsaLtt office. v tf
Die), iu Aol-laod, Sept. 29, the infant
daoghtsr of Mr aod Mrs S.J Wyli Kd
two months aod one dty. Mr. sod Mrs.
Wylie until recently resided in this city
snd tbeir many friends bere tin in ex
tending their heartfelt sympathy ta them
ia their sad bereavement.
Now is tbe time to buy vanr blows and
barrows; tee the Syracuse Steel and
Chilled plows before baying elsewhere
for sals by 8. K. 6 j kee.
Among the Roeebnrgera wbo joined
tbe excursion to Portland Wednesday
were: Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bristol, Mr.
and Mrs. C. II. Bradford, Judge J. C.
Fullerton and Isaac Mathlewt. D. W.
Crosby of Biddla was also a passenger.
Bridge A Beach make the best stoves
and ranges; np-to-date patterns.
Churchill & Woolley.
J.L. Tbor nton bas told bit interest ia
tbe Ashland Meat Co, and bit home on
Mechanic street to J.C.Mitche), and bst
moved with bit family tot stock ranch
be bat recently purchased near Oakland
Douglas County. Tidin gs.
The Pan American Spike tooth barrow
with Is vert are second to none. 8ee
them at 8. K. Syktt.
Hon. 8.W. Fulton has written to Hon.
J. T. Bridges, accepting the Invitation of
Ko3eburg Lodge No. 320, B. P. 0. ., to
deliver tbe memorial addreea on the
first Sunday in December, in be ball of
the local lodge ot Elks.
Shoes of nearly every kind and every
purpote yon will fiad in Selig'a store at
No gboola appeared aroond tbe graveof
tbt late President. A story was started
that one bad. Tbs gbonl was evidently
In the diseased brain ot some oewspsper
man wishing to make a scoop. There
was nothing in it.
Everybody can have nice, light, white
bread if tbey will use Bushford't "Pride
of Douglas" flour. tf.
J. H. Erarta came down from Peel
Tuesday. He reports Ibt new bridge
finished near there and work It being
done on tbe one at Glide.
Churchill & Woolley will not attempt
t j tell you bogus repairs for Oiiyer plows.
The bcusitf Bey. Lnddington, wbo
resides on South Myrtle Citek, was en
tlrely destroyed by fire Monde y sight
with all tbe contests,
Aspec:al car was side tracked bere for
an boor Wednesday, carrying tbe new
Uen. Freight and Passenger at. R. B.
Miller of the 8. P. Co., traveling pastei.
gsr agent, J. P. Jones; traveling freight
tgent, Loonsbury ; Industrial agent Jud
son and Dr. Witbcombie, of the Oregon
agrlcuh oral college. In a pleasant cal
from these gentlemen, regrets eie ex
pressed that more time was not at their
command to enable them to see more
of our town bj.I vicinity, but at a more
opportune lime we will receive a more
extended visit from the party who at ibi
time were making a baty inspection of
the main line and branches from
Athland to Portland. Mr. Mi!lr
is a very energetic gentleman,
who is greatly interested iu the develop
ment of tbe resources and Industries of
the etatsipscially Western Oregon and
will be found a competent, and able suc
cessor to the enterprlsiog and affable, C.
Crorkerv aod fflai war at rnt nriraa
all this mouib. Mre. N. Bjyd. 612-lm
Hon. snd Mrs. A. M. Crawford re
turned home from n eit.-nJed visit in
tbe New England and Atlantic States as
ell as ttie Middle Wtst, last Monday.
Tney atteuded the Pan-American expo
sition, and v.eited Mr. Crawford's aged
mother aud other relatives iu New York
aod then toured the Atlantic States
viewing all the places of interact enroote
Tbeir vnit was lull of interest and its
pleasure was marred only by a single
incident the foal aad trea.heroua assai
rioa'ion of Preeident McKioley, which
plaoged ib whole country ioto sadness
and grief. Mr. Craafurd again ccenpies
bis old familiar plies ia bU law office
wbeie be ia "at borne" to Lis many
Big reduction in s'uocs at Flint's, djo't
fail to rail and see the bargains on lap.
(ieurge Kohlhagan, bai porcbase j tbe
b:o.k adjoining Deer creek at tbe north
end of Jacksoo street of Harry Miller
and will proceed to improve ths earns st
an early dale. F F, Patterson, the con
tractor, is contemplating erecting a
builditg 26x00 adjoining Mr. K oh Ore
gon's property, to be used by Fiord
Murphy for laundry purposes.
Bee the Syracuse Sleel Plows at S. K.
Sykes, with a steel shio aud steel shoe.
Albert oil oiar, ol Hie Myrtle Point
htr lwae firm of Wm. Volkmaa & S-jo,
bts been speeding a few days io loo
on bts return Lo:ne from a visit with Lis
brother, the CreacWali, Line county
Ths sale of Clark's cutaway barrows is
u iw on. Church 'II & W oolley teil Iheio
At,ocg tbe excurtioLits u Portland
WrJrretlay from Son-Lern Oregon was
Mr. lyrO. Kjxtd an t daogjtev Vrra, of
Grants Pats. Tbey were met at tbe
depot by a number of tbeir Roeetarg
Steel hot limes, tbe latett in heaters
at UburcDtil & vtooiicy't.
W. W. Card writ write froai Nome
tbs: his mine are now ia ocratToot the
first day's fluking yirlliog U75. Evn
better reso! sare expected. J.B.Calfic!J
bas supetvltion of the work.
L'me and cement at Very low prices at
Marsers Drug Sre.
Mrs. W, A. McKecx'e It ft ToeaJay for
her bame at GolJendale, Wash, after vis
iting some time ih bar brother, F. W.
WcoIly, aod other rela'.tves end frisi.da
in this city.
Fall s'o.s cow r-aii Tjt vour Irttxe-
tion at Flio'la.
B. J Trowbridge came djo hem
Melford Tocday where he is cow I
eted. Mr Trowbridge weot to Cams
valley lor hi children, wbo are still
at Flint's shoe
Mr. Mike Djvaiey a?jmpiaisl her
l itis daughter Hsivua.to Ml. Angle Wed
nesday where sbe wi 1 enter college fcr
(be winter term.
Special price 00 lime
and cement at
K7 McClallen having reigned bis
pMitioa with the Rjebnrg Watrr A
L ght Co., Mire Yruia Barow has enc-
c vded to tbe pueiUoo.
Get MaraterV price on lime and cem-
Mrs F-ank Dickey of AsblaoY
visiMag with frien-fs in R-ebarg, acd is
a guest of Mrs D.S.Wtst.
Oils for sals st Kruse A Newland's.
Ml'sWiJetba Reed, who hss been
vieitirg two tu mtbi in Portlscd, has re
Mrs. Humphrey of Boawell Spring?, it
visiting Mrs. Geo. Stanclifle snd Mrs. B.
F. Gilt ert.
Benjimlo J Goe confesses the murder
of EJsard Mclodre, io Cowlitx County,
Hon. A. R. Ma toon of Riddle wss t
Rosebnrg yisitor Wednesday.
W B Beard bas moved from Com stock
Hon, A. fl. Crawford For Mayor.
At fis spproaching citv election
which ocrurs next Monday, the name of
UiO. A. M Crawford will be presented
in connection with tbe mayor's (ffice.
Mr. Crawford would make an excellent
mayor, and discbarge the daties of the
office with fairness and impartiality, and
with credit to the city aud himself.
To cot railroad wood at Wolf creek.
Oregon. Good timber, fine climate and
eoovenient location. Call on or write to
Dunbar & kuykend.ll. Wolf creek, Ore-
Tbt ot'Dortnnitv of a life time, if von
fail to call at tbe Sorosia Shoe rariun
before baying elsewhere. Prlceeto rait
Dry Oak Wood For Sale.
Good drv 10 inch ww) for sain ait,
drees or apply to 8. C. Bertram, Rose-
o-irg, or. t if,
FOR RENT, for the winter, famished
house. Enqeire at this office. 10-3' f.
Notice ior Publication.
CNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,
Hoaaburg Oregon, Bi-pt. SO. Iwjl.
Notloo la hureby KivoQ thai tiia fiillnarinv.
named aetllur haa Itlml notice of his Intention
to make final proof in anpiHirt of bin elaim, and
that Mid proof will he made balore the lieKlatw
and KiTolver Uultvd Statva Land Oilice nt Koae
burg, Crrgon, on November y, 1901, via:
ROBERT M. MARTIN,
on hla H. E. No. 933 for the 8W NF1.'
NW!i 6K.. 8EU NW'i. Sec. S, Tn. 211 8.. 5.",
W. rie names lua (olluwlUR titmwi to prova
blaeouUnuoua raaUluuce upon aud cultivation
Ol aald Und, via:
David Morean, Chaa. Willlama, Wm. Oornlluo,
Jaa, W. Morgan, all Ot Looking G!aa, Oiruon.
AT (MR STORE
Ladies Automobile Coats in half and three-quarter
lengths. Satin finished Venetian cloths for tailor
gowns in the new automobile red, castor, gray,
brown and black. Prurellas and Whip Cords in
late shades for swell Autumn Gowns, Fur Collar
ettes and Boas in endless array.
Fresh Drufs, riedicirvts.
lo.ict Articles. Paints. i.
OUs. Glass, Sundries. C
CaoVPreerriptions promptly filled
by a competent druggist.
Q RIDDLE, ... OREOON. 0
H. Little, g
WASTED-SEVEKaL PERSONS OF
character and gd reputation in each
state (one to ttits winlf reqr.ired) to re
present and adrertise old established
wealthy biai'in" tone nl solid Caancial
sunding. Salary !S.OO waeklr with
expeop a.t.lirional a'l pa? able in cash
ei"h Wednelay dirsvt from bead
edicts, iicrpe aod carnage famished.
w!in lifewin . Krerrnces Eocloe
stf-sdJrMd tani-l eore'fpe. Mao
grr. 316 Caitoo Ba idiof, Chicajro.
Title Guarantee&Loan Co.
J. O. UaMrLToa.
D. C. Baaums.
btcj. aad Tnraf.
Oaiat ia th Court Rrxzsr. Rar thaoalj co-s-pwMirt
ot aVlrw-l buoka Id lnnclaa Coaaly.
Sbatrarta and OrtiSralra ol Till tunttati! to
DnuaiaanmniT Un4 and B-lniM Calma. Bar
aim a romp.cK vt of TTarinn of ail to-rnahtn
P' id "ne -M-aeo-iT-r, v-mron, t. e. Land ina
ii-k-l w iu nute two print copm ol any torn
ah)j ahovinc ail TacanGorc!rrac9l laada.
Sotarr Tublle la office Inoimm
Oerrcapoodeiice aoUdla-L US
Farmers Names Wanted.
Send n th iaraa tw1 onaft nR.. a
eleven (amien wbn hara land 10 cieax or wbo
hai arc fur a rtump pallor, and ara will mail
frco to roar addrwa. a coot ol onr atarin nf uu
Crat Mnhant. bow soiDC to pnaa. WriU
iauil-aod addnss tae W. Urnober Co, La
All former efforts
This season finds us with,
the most up-to-date line of
Ladies Jackets and Capes
ever brought to this city.
The qualities are of the fin
est and prices the cheapest.
firsi ii rs A $"is. rkS-
j! I. B. RIDDLE, Prop. S T7W.
) A. SALZMAN, j
; Practical Watchmaker.
I t Jeweler and Op- j
jlj Jackson St., - ROSEBURQ j
We have shoes for Men, Women aud Children
Infants. A large assortment at small price.
FISHER & B
sFf . . me , -. , js- - a 'V' . - 1 . X X &
.-r; T' , f:- v-
Don't put oaf until tomorrow what you ought
to have done day b;ftrv j esterday. Arrange
for your Oliver plows and repiirs without delay
CHURCHILL & WOOLLEY
M I IMS 11 II 1
' That Euormouslv Merry,
j Tuneful, Daiuty, Ha Ha
Up to Date to the very Minute
All Vim and Dash
A still greater Ali-Ur Co.-tiuclaJu-
JOHNSTON KDE.NXETT TOXY WILLIAMS
G. PAYSOX GRAHAM IlAliKY LA TELL
ALBERT TRAVERXIER PAVIP DE WOLF
CHARLOTTE PCOTT MART REGAX
and the "FEMALE DRl'MSiES"
tiuarUrtte, &nl -W others
The Higheet Salaried Farce
Comedy OroTanUalion in the
shattered. All ccmpelitiou Oat -distanced.
This season, we have determined, shall be a record
breaker in our history. Never before have we offered
such values, never before has our stock been so com
plete and patterns so well selected.
What do you think of a MAN'S ALL WOOL SUIT
for $5.00? We have it, aud plenty of them. We have
better oues also. You should see. our clothing
- Z S-tf T' zr. '
They comprise everything
that is new. Our furs are
direct from the manufactu
rers, assuring you correct
style and low price.
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