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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1901)
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We are redoubling our efforts to make the PEOPLE'S STORE
the most popular place for bargain seekers to make their head
quarters, as our Fall and Winter goods have arrived and we are
selling them at a very lowmargin.
and we are selling
irct them elsewhere.
Our Fall Milliner' Stock of Street and
Walking shapes are the most up-to-date
styles that has ever been iu the city before,
25 to 50 per cent, cheaper than you can
Our Fall and Winter Stock of Clothing are now iu and one of
the latest and most up-to-date, and if you will step in and give
us a call you will be convinced that we have the most complete
and up-to date line in the city, and jrou will see that we can sell
3-ou cheaper then you can get them elsewhere.
We are als
agents for .
W. L. Douglas Shoes
The attraction c miu D-c. 14, Satur
lav, to tbe It fc-f .oiy opera bon-e will lf
Win. A. Brade and Jos. R. GriBtnei',
production "A Slratiger Strange
Lam)." This plav kept New Yoil
laughing for teu wet ks at tlii Mw'ihar
tan Theatre. The plav in from t ! . t j im
authorship of P-d Wilmor tD i Wa.tr
Vincent. Tbi tiv-t i l.ii I in Fu r nod,
and the story is -v'. .. .l ih ' -ance
of tbe tipper Euglisti umbo, e con
cerning tbe topography of America.
Tbe wild c-Tinc y nrnit scion 0? Brit-b-li
famy ti "Tt-ii i: i- ; a p cc 1 lit
too rapidly i liia ou country, B j hia
family have wnt Mm lo America with
the idea of iocalinir 011 a rancu far time
geuial to iiiiu and he eettlea iu Now
Y-nk, and ( cr n timt wrilff honi',
tr-lling thrilling tales of ranch life aud
eiirouuttrs wi'.b redekins and cowboys
on hia ranch near BnfVl , N. Y. Ilia
uncle, however' aciiidmitally lein the
tru'li ami desiring 10 s.tve him from
iaiiiily wrath, pi-im a letter .!vi -m him
to c.m hsck homr with an Indian and
a lot of blood curdling ftorie 8 committed
lo neiu.-ry. Ol conrne the letter was
miscarried and Jack arrives house with
out the l';di;ui. To avoid expoHiire, a
suitor for lun Hirer's hand, iu tbe person
of Aribur Lowe, ia inala to drera up aa a
ivrtgp. Then a quack doctor np;HHn on
itie tciuelrom tbe wes'eru United ist'
wiih a true Indian, while a detective ai
pe ro an i disguises himself as tbe thud
Indian. Finally Jack rrarries the Awer-
ican heiret-e, who is quite wju by hia
picturefrpie exaggeration ' and hie aunt
and cooHin are propitiated and tbe sis r
at lost wins her lover. An exceptionally
Urong cast has, it ia raid, been engaged
10 interpret (lie various characters
1 rices (0, ou at.d ot ctute. Uhliureu -o
rerbaputLo e could be 110 more wid.
rome announcement than the No that
W ui. A, Brad and Joaetdi G rihnir,8
t.100. c i .ii fctranepr ln
L.i.d m-'l" be eeon at thtl IloKerMug
opera house, Saturday Dee. 14 For
many arc-Us thia g-eat f,rricil ,,y
riowd. d ii,o Manhattan Th.-:,t.-, Nhw
i irk,, ning merriment of th- bj.piern
ort 1 ousand i of patroua. Ii may be
eaid that it has scored ancrecu,
not ouly because it teems with In
d.i 'oip M'niii n, onr rrr-wdirtr fa. t U -nri
t!ie ihi-i , lu.i tiMiifui. ,e free fr in
any talot ol aiiKuectivenrea and b'reft of
h pr-n-'nt (,!)'r,ilL.M t.i:1. ,,,r,mat , (he
11 ku iafi;es 1 win. 1
The People's Store
V-v: v:.v:n' xt. v. v: . v
Told in Side Heads
Hi m ay Goods Oai re. S. ver l e
fore ii- the rhow windows about U.wn
preeet t--a a r. c:e gorgeous tio'idyy ap
ptara: c; ?. his feaeoi: of th Year than
ai ti e ; -.or.t i ce, indicain iht our
ni-n'hante arc uiasin;; cwu aod rapW
progre?a i w iud-'W dressii g art,
Criorch l' A T ol cy Imve a window frf
faocy rrt-n ttr'n; I-iily dsnMop,
whil-u.iio. ph. ty windows are tboee c.
B W S-.rj!. Ttw Ricket Stoe, Fishet
& te'dows, K.ce & Rice, Wcllenberg-,
T. K B chardeon'e music store, Candy
Kitction, Tus People' Store, A C.
Marstere' Diug Co., Barker's Grocery,
Kipp'j Grocery' Beard's Hardware,
Mrs. Biyd'e Grocery, Hamiiton Drug
Cj., Mrs. Jj.pbeon", Barr's Mustc
Ptore, S. K. Sykee Hardware, Marks A
Oa . whils Hi debraoda wiudow with its
oiiqie littln irivelui elactric trolle y
ct' is attracting macii attention to tbe
many pretty and useful articles tbe win
dow cjnta ins. There seems no eiBe
whatever for e-.-ekiiig holiday gooi's away
tron uomewiieu sacb a flue array ie
preeented by tbe local merchants at
price Hirer than ever.
Hypnotic Entertainment. Dr. Geo.
W. P..y: e, tue 20 h centjry bTpnoiiBt
pave two very ictrer'tinir and iDS'rnctivw
entertainments at the Roeebure theater
laa Friday and Saturday eveninRS to
fair cizjd lliI appreciattve audiences.
His lectures on phunology and bis char
a;terre4dins was very entertaining and
instruct7 ve wj.1 as his hypao.ic dem
ons ratio a 3 wl h c'ae3 compoeed of reei
denta of this cry of various age all of
whom were completely under the Doc
tor's control during tt e hypnotic demon
strations. Ilia entertainments are en
tirely ecieniifica-jd educational.
A Bid Bactt. One day last week a
young Jackson street salesman, a part of
whose business it is to take orders for
"tailor made" fn't9, 'o-k a gwiHemao'a
mea uie for a oair of paints. Forgetting
one iteio of on -a-u'i rai-Dt, be called tbe
CQatoaje tin i c 'i'lnan a id sang out,
"How lnrg-( i' y-u like your pi nts at
theknv?" N it liapiened that at
- this par'icclar (cotaen; the gentleman
who ordered tbe tronaers was out and
bis wite bad answered the 'thooe. Con
eternation. no exp'anatijD, of course
Tuk Roseburo Night School Has
been organised DDder very auppicious
coaditions. Tbe 6 ret leeson in Germen
will be given tbis (Monday) evening, in
the cory rooms, already prepared on
Jack eon street opposite MeClallen House
to a eele:t number of Roeebunc people,
consisting of prof ee ion al and business
persons, bo h ladies and gentlemen.
Tbe Professor in charge will give a brief
recital of songs and reading at the ckee
of tbe session, after wbicb arrangement
for books may be made by the members.
Commercial class, which will be a strong
one, takes 6rst leeeon tomorrow (Tues
day) evening. Parties contemplating
taking their work in German should
niiee no leseons.
Death r-r a Douglas Cocsty Soldier.
Couoty Clerk D R, Shambrook re
ceived a letter Ute laet week from the
army headquarters at Manila, announc
ing the deaLti of Peter Humphrey of thia
county who was a member of the tith U.
S. Regulars. The letter elated that
Humphrey died in September of Dysen
tery and a letter on bis person from
Coonty Clerk Sbamhrook promoted the
army officers to advise Mr. Shambrook
of bis friends death. Horrpbrey has a
married sister residing in Camas Valley
to wbom Mr. Shambrook addressed the
letter from Manila.
Saw Steam Lai'ndby. Tbe plant of
tbe new steam laundry is now installed
in its neat, commodious qnarters on Mill
Street and will be ready for bu-ices
at once. The machinery is all mod
era and the beet obtainable and splendid
work is aesored the many prospective
patrona of the new laundry.
Nsw Photo Turr. John H. Tavlor of
the well known Waon Gallery, ba
his photo tent at tbe old stand until af
ter tbe holidays and is prepared to sup
ply old aod new customers with fine
photos, from stamp size np. His r-ricee
are as usual, at tbe bottom. He is pre
pared to supply the Holiday trade in
Atthi Oil Plant. Last Saturday tbe
engine was given its first test at (be
Umpqua Valley Oil Ccmpauj'e plant
near Myrtle Creek under a bead of 125
pounds of steam aud tbe machinery all
worked very satisfactoraUy. Active dril
ling operations wil commence this week.
Food. Ladies for collar on Cass
street, owner can redeem earns by apply
ing at tbis office and paying for thi3 not
ice. Door key also found in post office.
Call on as for iU
3 Of Local Interest i
While our line of Holiday Goods is very
complete, it must diminish rapidly as
Christmas approaches. Our latest novel
ties and choicest bargains will be first to
go and while we shall use every effort to
meet all demands for duplicates, we cannot
expect to secure them in many instances
during the Holiday rush. A quite unusual
' event in
2 Womens s s-
We would call your attention to a few
numbers, on which we are making special
prices as follows:
LOT1. LOT 2. LOT3,
A Leader at A Leader at A Leader at
$3.50 $4.50 $6,00
If either of the above prices are about
what you wish to pay we will guarantee to
save jou $1,50 to $2.50 on the price.
The Undrpriced Store
$tore closes at 7 p. m
At the regular meeting of the Knights
of the Macrahees Friday eien'nz the fol
lowing ofllcers ere el. cted 10 - erve for
he ensuiogsix months: F. F. l'at er-
eoo, commander ; Wm. a. ovi'in, lieu-
tat ant conmaDder; E. E. B'ovgett, rec
ord keeper: Max Fioehi ha't, chaplain;
John Kniitz, sergeant; F. JI. Tczitr,
matter-at-arme; A; her Agte, d.-gt matt
er of tbe guard? ; J. S. Whits, second
master o.' the uaids; S W. VaLZ.ie,
sentinel; Wm. Maitin, picket.
Lec. tie 12 b, 13tb and 14.b, TLurg-
y, Friday and b3'nrd. thiee dvs
(next we, k) Dr. Lowe ttie wi ll kuown
ocuio opti lan w 110 tiae reen lorcitg to
tcbur) for oter 10 esrs will he at the
McC.elLin Houe. !'. Lowe is the onlv
optician residing in Ori.o. ulto is u
r iuMia in mtuicine. oil take no
bancee with your eves when luU iiet
our spectacles iro:n him.
Ex-BaLker O. F. (jedt'rey ucd Un'iU
have diFpLtd cf Uieir hufeho!d ptcde
acd will take tbeir departum for their
ew heme at I'mldd Wedneeday.
Tbeir departure ia regretted by a boi 01
wrm friends at thia place, who I twever
w ith tbfcru La( pictes acd ireeptriy n
n.eir tew mn.e. ur. rth.-r nd wile
bare taken op ibir reeidencr in tt e teat
ottage ftrm'-rly .ctui itd by M'. God
frey and family.
We are in uiiJstol Tov Uod. Goctt-
doll cane, to wauone, thildr-n's chairs
Boy's bales. B y 'a bteel waironp. Tov
trunks, lute Iron Htde, rtd clan
white cbiis and ai.y other color chairs
aocs ise't, bilver mug. R ve'B Kuive
nd tirks, Ueau'ifiil Pocket Knives.
IKnt be loolteh and mi -a o. K.i e A-
Mre. Aluia Tl.0rr.a5 arrivi d ii this t-it
fiooi Giants Pass a few days ago and
was a finest of ber frietd, Mrs. C. L.
Keed, until Sunday, when i-he left, ac-
ct mpaEied hv ler lit-Ie da gLter Ad
for ber old; heme in WjLlieV, Kaorae,
where sho eirxctt to rpeid the wiLttr
with home folk. Mrs. T-iOUat' oiy
ureton trieuos with litr a plutait trip
and will give ber a L early went me on
her return in lie fptii g.
New arrivals expectel in tl,iswpk.
are slmoet entire car of Tniukd and Va
iieces from factory, large lot of lUmbxi
fuiniture. Large invoice f iocy Kx;kers
aod Morris chairs. lra invoice Dear!
in and pocket cutlery. New Suits Side
Uoaxds, t uina closets, and combination
deck. e are in the Sim and Swim
in the Lead. Rice AKice.
Acncunceme nt ie made of tbe forth
coming n-aniage cf Mr. Frank Scblegel,
attorney, to Mies May mif Bflle Palmer,
aaogiiter 01 air. ata airs. tr. r. tvimir,
of Eugene. Tbe widdin w ill tsk place
the eveniDg ol Drcenbei 19C1, it the
borne of the biide's parex ts t Eogece
Mr. aod Mrs. Scblegel alter their botev-
moon will reside in lVrt'and.
It ia an old ax: ui that "bread ie the
staff o! life" but tl.tn deinds somewhat
on i a qna'itv. Ibe 09 cieam and
borne made bread made at J. Siever'e
bakery on Jackson street near C .88 never
fails to please. A nice variety ol pastries
also kept conetantlv ou hand.
Toe calendar Winter bjs arrived, but
Oregon refneee to recognize the almanac
Roeee are in bloom al1 over Roseborg
not so fi-.iely or profusely as tbey were
last June, it is true; ye', any careful per
S Q can wear a new blown roee if be or
she wishes. Take it tbe year through.
tbers is not a city in the United States
that bas aa d sirable a climate as Kose-
Humorous lecture by Rev. J. W. Lun-
dy at the PreehvierUn chnrcti Wedoes
day evening, Due. 11. Ireland in pic
ture, song and lecture. This in the
fourth of the S'-riej of five lecture?
Come and bear him.
Ernest Corder, wbo bss been ill with
typhoid feyer at Placer, was token bo ne
toGlendale by his relatives this week
lie is slowly recovering. Tbe family
speak in great praise of the kindness of
the good people of Placer, wbo helped
them take care of six persons who bad
that dreaded disease. Grants Pass Ob
the next lecture ot the series of nve
will be given by Prof. J. W. Luudy, Dec
11, 1901. Subject, "The Story of Ire
land," told by an Irishman. An illun
trated ballad concert. Ireland in picture.
song and lecture. Do not forget tbe
Editor J. A. Lose, of tbe MarebGeld
Sun, arrived in Kiseburg Sundny accom
panied by other Marsbfield parties who
are making final proof on their timber
claims today before the Register and Re
ceiver of tbe U. S. land office. The
Plaindealkb was favored with a pleat
ant call by tbe genial coast editor.
If von want the best and most health
ful bread vou will usour "cream" aud
"home-made" bread. Full weight
loaves. Our paetiiee will alno be found
very palatable. Give us a trial, J.
Sievers, Jackson itreet near Cans.
' Nice fresh bread, assorted cakes, and
pastries ol all kinds, at Griffith's Bakery-
1 " Willi II L ' O lUI 11L liUVt
liauhtH plan lov-8 rot p ov ron- heeo mm L or lule. Vi,i e ite fun in
k,u ' 'urinna if a a i t
"iln.tfi-'fiH urn fianr tl m w A
and thera ia no effect t. eacriiicj iroo.l
tnttn lor the poke of lan-ihe. It
daie; uud itt. charHCtera are everv-d:iv
t.e3ltiflt one nelcoires the more for
their nrtturulni' S nil because tlio evei.t
(ol oing it pre.lrceesor. Cuinefi arf a ioji-
cil UrriH. Friers 75. 6U, and Wc(-H.
Children ceu;a. Ail hBata 011 tn low
er floo reserved.
At the city election held ia Ok!an0
lait M judi.y ihe fullowitg olliceis we-e
elected : C. L Chenowr-th. irinvfir 1 hit
Ftt.kley, liec; Z. L Din.u.uk, T.eas;
John Mckiiibey. Marshal: li. J. li.ivi, v
ui-, i'al I'arktr, V. H. 1'iukttja at,d G.
J. Stearna, couni iln.eu.
Fourth lccluto ol tue eiriee ol tivo al
the Presbyterian church Wedue.-da
evening, Dec. 11.
G L Wright prefenttf.i this i tli.-e wi h
tome laepheuiea vites t-jday fiom hie
ga-deu coutaiuing ri and green berri-f
and blor-soms. The I. rial iiurkrt hs:
t een pr tiv 1! auj plied nh ll.ibc oei
ritji up to thj prjeut Uujo trjn htrt
in t.o oja air.
Tho hand receipt hook, aleo blank
nob-e aud ail forms ol legal blank, at the
Pt,AlMKALkk ullioe. tf
S. P. ptiu'ers are putting ou a Lew
ciat of pjini ou the iuaide of the Ueiol
waiting ai.d o.'hce rooms. It ia pi e an
iaproveaieut over Him old shade, whkt
k i .
wve a uuia uroAU aul gives tli room
lighter ai.d t'eiiii-r api carance.
N')dreroi tl.nl boy cr iri gotn
ro g il ou tty- the r lirca wuil cccu
pied. Got a Ko lak for thviu. C'mirch
i'i A Wool ty keep them as low aa 1.
The app-al in tlw ca of T. J. Brow.
el al vs. Si.ver King Joining Co, ia t'.
lur hearing at I'ortiaod tomorrow. T'.J.
Urowu, M. F. Uapp aud tbe former's at
torcet, Alhfrt Ahrahatn are in Portland
to t' ptbaiiii at t it bearing.
Chu-cLi.l A Wooihy are no". tainr
a l)t'-iii g abcut their wind.e, tt.ey le'
the puhnc i'.o that,
M. E. Hm'U, S. P. int at Hrri
birg paef lorough Roeeborg on thit
mornitc's .Sl.aeta Exores, retoruiiit
from a pleaut vctlOd Sftit in Nc-
CuiiuiMi Ratiur Ii slioi!d lx re
meuitjried .hat the Putispa-ALaa'a lo
C uhung rale w it i fie He. kU O egoniao
expinsJ.n 1. After that lime w ur:l;
be unat:e ti tend lx h paer oja jetl
for the low pri.-e ol 2 oO.
Nic-, fresh, white brea.1, fu l wiiht
a wajs on hand at Mrs Corua:ocV,
Ciuix Vavret The T. S. TownatDd
Creaonry tVi. a. H Sts-ond rt.. Poriian.f,
will pav highest market p-ve for cream.
Wil' rV.l you Creini S-pritor,a ii take
your cream in payuietit. OJI'f.
Pi-'ity cf .! uji.nrits on baud fr the
Lolid :yg at M t. Col. b Kt'g Cakery.
fc. 1. ri.-eueoM. r . Muioo. L.
1 ARE YOU THLTOG?
Of some suitable Xmas Present for some friend or
rolnf itto1? Tt cn rrrnnnrt l- - ttm-i Vtt a- .i-Z.--.
a- uiitui o . a.a. uv) v vtvix U.jxyj J KJJl Ui DUgCOUUU KJL
two which should be valuable to you.
A fine MufHer, Necktie, Suit, Overcoat,
Pair of Shoes, Silk Handkerchief, or
something iu the Furnishing Goods
line, makes a handsome as well as useful
For a Lady
What could be better than a handsome
Collarette, Cajcf Cloak, Lace Collar or
Ujeel-org Chapter No. 8, O. E. 8
e'ected the fjllow inir new illioeis at the ir
regular m elinj; lu.st Thursday evening:
Mrs. Callirt U.-arl. W, M.; U. K. Sham
bro-jk, W. P. ; Mra. Naunie Sprague, A.
M.; Mrs. Lihbie Coehov, etc.; Mrs
Sarah fitcu I, Treaa. ; Mias Maud Kast,
Cju.; Mi?s Flo eie Snauiorook, A. Cor
l.h a fact that strong is sliowing the
tireateal ltue of io ker ever fon ir
lKmcias coui.ty and at the greatest Va
lidly of prices. A good colder rocker lor
$2 aud from ttiat to 1: also splendid
Wl'luW rockerd al reaSubab. prices.
Key MiC'a'len, Fpet Sa n-day in
GraLte Patb A-okii g alk-r busi .eea ua
ters. K'.vtaye tniuing is tie gecenl
theme cf diet uii-ko in that town and a
good deal of activity ie ret cried in tha
icdustry down there, otherwiie the Pate
i-o't in it with Koeebure. .
Oar orpet ar.d r.iz department ia up
to oate and what makes a nicer Cuih-l
n an ifill tor the i:e or lUuoitir lhau a
r'-- '".rivl or rn; bmI trie p'are to get
them is at Mr n,.e FurLiture .to-e.
f. F. tub -r, of Oliala, was in Koa
bur,: Fiidar, ni while Leie rcnicuier-
ed this cSice ith ap'esarit cm I, ten. w-
inj h:e cb cr plion totba Plai.sdk lk
for no he- year. Mr. Kithrr ttruuht to
towo feven LCuP, for au UlJIi farmer,
which b.o lgh: J 3
For doll cari:.i6, boy's expr.-tis wat-
iiue, cri e;-i weepers, rickitg noises,
ahi o By-, t-y tables and, black-boaro'f ,
t iv e.lucr LU or utile call on 1. W.
T. K. R c'. ird'on, 'Le if&cial he d ol
tbe Coteburg Mqx House, was in town
thii w e (otferiicg wi'h lis local
oeen a. Tna punoe and organs ihry are
Belliiglure tin t much favor wnh ou:
p jopie Cottage Giove Nugget.
When you ar-j in waut of a Cook stove.
icel rat.ke, lle.t ng stove, or any thing
u the I: if Hardwjr, -Tinware e c,
to . K. t kapj get his prices at,d
ou iii g-i n further.
Jao.es A. Sterling who in the pos -
raerer at Aclauf, jut-t across the Iin
r .u h in Doubts coudti , wis in town on
Saturday lbt on Luicet-a nd rentwinv
h s r-qTiir.U i ce with old (nendt.
l Um lirove Nuk-el.
A 1 cra it.me Uv th Title Guarar!ec
Al.oniC.i.J I. lifmil'ori, uanapr,
is guaranteed atoli.u-ly correct. A' -
stracts of titles are worthless on leer
Claud A. Kiddle did not find thing
satisfactorily iu Ii x-etiurg and bas re
turned to Giacte Pars. When it comet
t J a in 'Iter f choice there are few towte
luOxe.on tie t:-r lhau Grauis Pass at-
Call at WoJlenlVrg Pros and ce- a
Standard Farhiou Sheet lor the month
ni Jai iary. It will interest vou if you
have auy dreaa-nixkiDg to do.
We de. ire to call special attention to
the ii? ads nf the Kjeeharg S-a
Lmn.dry, Kice A Rice, W. A- Burr Mu
se House, A. Salzaian, F. M. Beard and
Geo. Kapp, the gr.cer, io thia itsoe of
Itere is only one (hoe s'ore in tbe
ci:y, where your feet are properly lined.
II you are ekeptical, follow the crowd
and we will show you at Flint's.
A fiie drove cf beif cattle were taken
to Rostbcrg this week by Geo. Koh!-
haaen, the Kort burs catt'e buyer. Th
cattle ci-me from D.-meni'a rante.
Sirrond a Cross Cut Stws will do more
woik with lees exertion and hold their
cutting edge longer ibau any other
Lirand. buy them from S k. Stkee.
G. W. Petlit came np from Grants
Pass Friday, aod altar a (ew days spent
in thia city and Oakland, will leiyo for
rillamook to join bis wife, who baa been
io the latter city for the past four m inttis.
By calling on J I. Hamilton at tbe
Roaeborg couit house you can get blue
prints of any section or township in tbe
Koefcburg lanl district.
The north room of the Slocom build
ing on Jackson street, is being piepared
for occupancy by T. L. Blodgett, and bis
large stock ot harness and tools are beiag
moved Into bis new quarters today.
Griffith's Bakerv, r.ear Ihe depot, make
a p cialty J V ei ling and Holiday
ckea. They lo keep a choice line of
Mr. Dan Langenberg, rne of Rom-
burg's popular musicians, spent Sunday
with his ol I friend, 8. P. Agent, B. F.
Scott at Riddle.
Humorous! Humorous! "The story
of Ireland" told by an Irishman, at the
Piesnytenan church, Wednesday even
iog Dec. 11.
Or if you desire to make Fancy Work, Handkerchiefs, Point Lace Work, etc., we
have a lull and complete line of Batteuberg and Point Lace Patterns, Braids,
Thread, Handkerchief Linens, Footing, Edgings, etc. We sponge and shrink all
Dress Goods by mean's of our spotless Steam Sponger, thereby insuring the wear,
fit and color of any piece of Dress Goods, for 5 cents a yard.
Formal Opening of Mclallen House.
Preprati-)ua arw daily no ler way to
aiakn i!.,. foruij.t ojH-nn.g the McClal
ln Ho'iwf, ou Dec. 11. a grand virceee.
Tne eiarHjritB Lanijnet roo-u, lek,ii ning
at 9 p. ui , i:l t, opvrusd t ar.d the
me u, drecn'uel ht 1-rw wilt reacri a de
ereo! Pxc'! -ni;- ;-: a me iu
Sou htrn Orcior. At e o iclu-ion oi
I'.ii laapr., a daLce take place, tbe
ti.Ui.-lc for which will hi f'jra abed by
Prof. ApuelLolTii cr elytra ol eeveu
pi-CfS. No invitations wiil be isa."t.
Tii price to a i ih f 1 per ticket. Danco
tree to bato, -elcr.-'
E.ateru Utrteih. a la baif shell
Ki-nii h tl r.je, tl.ivea
l' n M jney Pitk'.r-a iln'til Aloiocds
L- tt- r
Howard, R. F.
i-i.i . ij
wttur, iicuii nvaii
and ii. F. RutSwi weol lo Pori.aal tu
attend it.e ft.tierai oi Fueiuan Fi:U.
G- to J. T lirvau for yo.ir fcuverware
and jiat.rj-. the l.ttat stj !e ojl.
Mre. ti.-o. M.Ureev.T, nee. Mi-
Minnie Ka-t ,o, lets yea'.erdar to join ttr
biehaod in San Franciero, where tnej
wi.l make thi-ic fu nrr noui.
Iovkicg for prreiuts dj cot fail tj euro j
ine J 1. mvi.li a o eiaul iiiio of allver
ware ano jVaelrv.
S. A. Leaiberwo.d and Mrs. Minerva
GooJuiao were married at (he Las
House, al O.aUijd, Wtdneeday, by
H. BuJtmau, deputy stat-j fi-h wardeu
is look ag aittr cfccul buaiut-as in this
county and waa a p.eajant cailer on the
Mrs. M. S. McOouuull and daughter,
Mits H ibn.e, of Yjeta, Cai., are gueeia
of Mis. E. If. Auivnreith in ibis city.
Hon. J. 11. Slmpe attended the funer
al oi John Eiunntt at Coles Valiey last
Saturday and reports a large atteudanee.
Deputy district Attorney L. T. Harris
ol Eueue, wu looking alter legal mat
ters iu Roeeburg Friday.
Wi'h every 2"j cent purchase at Gril
& h's bakery )ou get a chauca in a nice
We will weigh jou free Friday night
and charge you by weight while you wait
at tbe reversible eorial.
Sprit. Chit-ken, a It
C JI Ii MUEN.
Y urg Turkoy acd Crau!eny Sauce
Ham Chicken Tongue
PodJiug aud l'trv
Cbiarrrauae Cream Tsd
A-:tcd Nu's and Raisins .
Oranca PoaLa3 Applet
1 t.A avaa
rot W..1W SvJa
cii a a.
T. L Richardson
T. K. Richardson ia distributing a very
pret.y caleiider representing his popular
B. F. Ramp left thia mcrning for Al
bany to be aheeut a week or leu days on
tSiIver Fruit ..c. Ld Fingers
'rnv:-erry loe (.Trem
Coifre Cb ocol.vla
Elegant line of New High Grade Pianos and Organs
Also small instruments, for the holiday Trade. Shetl
Music. A musical instrument is always appreciated
aboAe all else as a holiday gift.
. . SOUTHERN OREGON'S . -POPULAR
I.VLK A LA CAkTC.
t'a llornia R-d Wiue
California While Wine
California Sherries California Pjrl
Ala Porttr Beer
Illustrated BsIIad Concert.
Ire'nnd in picture, eorg and
byJ. W. Lundy, paj;or cf the
Vreeby tenao church at Su-cktoo. Cal.
FiMhtv-Sv beauMful ecereopticoo vitWf.
Canvaa 25 Sijuaro feet. LUnaiination.SOG
cand power. Tbe program of ddk,
which will re rendered by the best loo:
talent, will ioclnde the following popnl.tr
Irish lialUd: "Ki.lamey," "Low Rack
Car," "Come Back to Kriu," "I.al Rom
o' Suruuier," "Ka'hleeo Mavoureco
Do not n.iea this lecture. At t'x Free-1
bvterian church Wedneeday eveuir
Dec. 11. Admission 2o cents. School
children 10 cents.
;I It's going to
I be a great.
HANDSOME STOCK OF
!5 Watches, Clocks; Jewelrv, Silver
. Firtj? f nA M.,f :7v
which include the pick of the market in bright,
fresh, new styles. Novelties for Christmas.
Always pleased to show our goods at
W. Bouehrake returned home
Irom a to weeks vibit at
M rs. W. II. Diei nsn, of Portland
spent a few days last week in this city
the goest of Mis. W, Ii, Jamieeon and
I will willingly exchange any Siroond's
Cross Cut saw not sa'iafactory to ucer,
if the fault is in tbe saw. Bold only by
8. K. Kykos.
Mrs J. II Wagon blatt bas gone to
Portland to reeide, ber buebaud, an S.
P. employe, baviog taken an extra et
gincer run out of that rity.
J. D. Hamilton lies the only comp'ete
set ol abstract books in tbe county. See
Urn at the Court House, when you want
abstracts of title.
Southern Oregon boasts (?) of a few
snow Qakes Ibe latter part of the week.
Better come to Roeeburg and "thn"w out."
We are showing a new line of corded
and stitchd rainy lay skirls, j'iet re
ceived, lliluebraud s, -
T. K. RichardBoo shipped a full set ot
Zobo band inatrumeuts lo Cottage Grove
Misa Ilaael Perry visited over Sunduy
with Mrs. Willis Krau.er al Myrtie,
Mrs. F. W. Bttoson has rtturnd home
from a p!earaol Visit ia baa Francisco.
You wiil hod the latest in Washing
Machines at Churchill dc Wool leys.
Born, to the wife of Mr. Harry Pier
son, Dec. 8, l'JOl, a bouncing boy.
Aaron Harvey, of Oakland, is spend
ing a few days at the couu'y seat.
Miss Bell Prtiner, ol Riddle, visited
Churchill A Woolley the store that
bas the best goods.
Asfessor Gillette ia in Poitlaud ou a
brief busiuesa trip.
Nasal Catarrh quickly yields to tra.
ment by Ely's Croaiu ilulm, which ia agree
ably aromatic It is received, Ihronch the
nobtrila, cleanses and heals the whole sur
face over which it diffuses itsalf. Druggists
soil the Mo. size: Trial size by mail 10
ceuU. Test it aud you axe sure to oontiuua
To accommodate faoae who are partial
to the uso of atomizers in applying luiuidj
into the naaal passnfes for tatairlial truu
Bla, the proprietors prepare Cream Bulm in
lirjjiid form, which will bo known as Ely's
Liquid Cream Balm. 11100 including the
sprnying tube is 75 cents. Druggists ox by
mail. The liquid form enibodiea tbe matt
kiual properties ot taw solid preparation,
I GREAT REDUCTION II
T A Tv TTTI
fL 9 h i BH
For the next SO days we will give a 20 per
cent discount on our. entire line ol ladies
A Magnificent Line. Come a. nd Sce Them.