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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1901)
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PlIiNDEALER PUBLISHING CO.
t. C.rNNKK, Editor and Publisher
Lii;a E. Jonks, I'itv Editor, Solicitor.
Ai-;rT J. Kkantz, Foremau
T ice-4-Uj Plaindeakr, per year, $1.50
Htrr4nt the Port Office in Roseburg,
Or , at wet-end class mail matter.
Advertising Kates on Application.
ir rLin.vti r Nswsrapsa evancairnos.
a etwntint to emae o lh latest law newitpa-l-r
iitibikhraaT nuin iDoiriduali who la.e
l aperaud refne W t lor it to t ar aied
f. trau.l. ITnrtr ibis ruling, alex anyone who
a hiutierriniiHi lo rua along lor a time
a ipatu aud then orders it discontinued, r or-
th- postmavter to mark it retuaed, or tend!
a W card f in publishers is 1 labia to ar
se" and Hue ibe same aa tor Ibeft.
We hare arranged with a large number of
p,-rr end maraTine lor rate which will give
In nut ouiMTiben two publication! for a alight
atretic rrrr tie cost of Tat Fiiisda1Xb
alone. Following ia a partial liat:
Ikici i iu l'LAlMHALBI auu ma
Toledo fcliul - i 75
K-w York Trii-.i.. 1 75
rtivgonrau . t OS
E r. Bulletin. , . X 00
s. r.4'n a oo
Rural. Sort h-i .. 1 75
DECEMBER 12, 1901.
ENGLAND'S UNHOLY WAR.
Th shocking news comes from
R uth Africa from lime to time that
Die mortality of tbe Boer women
anJ children, huddled ' together like
entile in British camps, is something
ternb'e. Here is a fWrant reproach
ef civilized Christ inn nations, an
impardouable offence to humanity
au l a national crime nnworthy the
great British Empire.- To huddle
together hundreds of "inoffensive and
helpless women and children in
crowded, foal and illy provided
quarters,.. with unwholesome food
and ecaLty raiment, where . under
men deplorable conditions tbe prie
onere fall an easy prey to disease
and with little attention die by tbe
scores, is no lees than murder, a con
dition which wheu discovered in
Cuba nnder heartless Spanish mili
tary role shocked the wnole civilized
world a ad prompted the early inter
vention of tbe United States in the
snholy war and the consequent . dis
rresMUtf oaditipas, which were no
m re cruel, inhuman and deplorable
than tbe conditions now existing in
So ith Africa nnder British military
rnle. The time is at hand for the
civilized oatKu6 of the world to take
vigorous measure 4 to bring to a
speedy conclusion this shameful re
proach and disgrace to Christendom.
ROOSEVELT IN THE WEST.
As the policies of Boosevelt are
revealed from day to day it becomes
more and more apparent that we
have a iiresideot with abroad and
enlightened Understanding . of the
West ils history, its possibilities and
tbeiVisbeftt'f it people. In his re
cent remarkable message be indica
ted his great consideration for the
great west in the following recom
nebdaiions: llie speedy constrnction of the
JsicsragfiBO canaL ' ------
' The laying of a Pacific cable. . ,
Congressional action for the re
rlamatioL yf aiid lands. '
Protection for the beet angsr in
dustry against Cuban sugar and the
sugar trust.. ... .
Ke-euactmeut of the Chinese ex
elision law. . "
The great bulk of the Western
people will approve these- policies,
as .they approve II r. Roosevelt's
vigorous utterances for national ex
Or ego t promises to become a
great creamery state. Already we
nave one bnndred and seven of these
eplendid institution", of which Linn
County has seven or eight, says au
Albany' exchange. Notwithstanding
the fet tbit Douglas County is
peculiarly adapted to the creamery
business in-ebnuection with our great
fruit industry, Mill there is only one
or two" creameries operated in the
County. - Boseiinrg affords a. most
favorable location for a large cream
It is reported from Washington
.that the frieul of the ship subsidy
scheme have abaudoned hope of the
bill being taken up as a Bepublican
part measure aud therefore tbe
chances are (-light of any progress
beiag made with it at the present
session. If introduced at all it will
be oil its own merits and must take
its chances without party caucus ap
proval,. Relieved from caucus obli
gation many Republicans who might
otherwise feel cons' t amed to vote for
it against their convictions will open
ly oppose it pussa ;e. ."'
ijThe United States Gov- S
ernment Report shows ;i
ERoyal Baking Powder to z
A teacher in the Washington pab
lic school during recess overheard
the following between Preaident
Roosevelt's little son and one of her U
other small pupils. VYour papay is.
the President of the TJnited States,
and I shouldn't think you'd come to
t he public school, where only com -mon
people send their children."
"There are no commou people," came
tbe slurdy answer. "My PP says
there are only two kiuds of people in
the world good (wople and bad peo
ple!' Tim Diilv Review' Ixissted enter
prizt in instiiug a spci ti "aeoolid d
itiou" Sat iiday eviugNiih an- ac
co'iut of the traiu wrck retpiired ,aJ
third eliliou Aloodrtj to relate the
facts and incident a they rvalljf Jio"
enrred, wuicii was cutaioed .ju the
Pl-ixpealek at the same time." Some
people read the'-" Daily Review's,
grapevine specials t 4 o'clock p to.
as a kind of an index to what the
Oregonian will contain in detail an
hour later. Great enterprise.
Tbe last words of Fueuiau Fish,
who died in the Salem wreck, were:
U, I duu't wnut amy
These words should be the first of
more young men. Fireman Fish is
highly spoken of as a sober,' reliable
young man. tie is a member ot tue
A. O. C. W. and every member of
that order will be glad of the priv
ilege of giving for the benefit of his
young wife. Albany Democrat.
Some press clipping bureau sent
a Bordentowu, N. J. specialist a clip
ping from tbe llosebnrg Review,
which furnishers our neighbor a sub
ject for the bold heat! line "The Re
view is widely read." What if that
paper went to the Klondike, Mexico,
Canada, Maine, Hawaii and Manila
iike the Plaixds.ler does regularly
twice a- week 7 It wonld have somv
thing to blow about ihehTbnt we ar.
too modest to mention a little thin:
A caucus of Ho ape democrats has
appointed a committee to try to de
termine what constitutes a democrat,
and only allowed it six weeks to do
the job. " ;
Croker is tired of leading Tammany,
at which he has made millions, aud
the people are 60 awfully, tired of
him. ' ''
citizens make it.
be just what its
AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL.
Oregon Delegates Receive Important
W huvgtub Dee. 10. Under tbe new
oinm ttee ajMiomeDla, Oregon now
tilJs u.ore advantageous pUvee than it
taa bad in the bouee lor several ' years,
i:d is mocb more lortooaie thau Wash
oton. kepreeeDlattve Toneoe retains
is position on rivers aud harbors, and
r mailt! rhairmao ot irriaatiun ' ot arid
amis Mr. Moody holds his posi
tion on public lands, mioee and mining,
ind is promoted from -xpenditures ol
:ne In'erior Department to tbe commit
on Indian aff irs, wbicb, considering
ne number 01 reservations and large
'choolsol Oregon, is an important as
MKnoieait lor the slate.
BILLS ISiTBODL-.'KD BY TOKOtB.
Rpreeiit-iive foDgue tiitrodnced a
ttooiber at bili, as lullowe:
To esiablieb au arsay office at Portlaod.
Anthoriziog' the payment to lb ' State
4 O'egoe of claims growing out - of the
0uaeWar. , i. '.
Appropriating $10,000 for a life-saving
-la I ion aC Tillamook Bar." "".
Appropriaiinc $60,000 for a public
oi ding at Oregon City.
Aothot'sibg - the -'creation - of Crater
tke National Park. -- -
totiBrmio. a treaty with tbe Klamath
lodiane. - -
To pension Iiidin War veterans. ;
Ex endiog the privilege of bounty
land warrsois to perron wbo served in
Indian wars subsequent to 1865.
To (y to tbe State of Oregon claims
.lowing out of various Indian wars.
To authorise the admiVeion of Indian
vr veterans to tbe State Soldiers' Home
w tbe same terms as the Civil War.
MOHOAX'S CASaL BILL. . .
Wai-aiKGTOK. Dec. 10. Senator Mor
can today introduced a bill providing lor
tbe const'octtoD ot the Aicaragua Canal
Cne bill prwtdrl an aggregate of $170,
000.000, ol ahicb 15,000,000 is made im-
imdiately available, and of wbicb sggre
gate eoin such amounts aa ae necessarv
s to be appropriaied by Congress from
ioie lu time. ' Tbe control of the canal
nd of tbe canal belt is vtsted j a board
-f eight citireua of tbe Unired 8tale,--in
addition to tbr Secrsiary ot War, wbo is
io be bteaideot. These metanm of the
board are to be pai I a salary of $8000
rear each, -n I th-y are t be chosen re-
ardlea of political affilliation." Tbe
rhiet enrfineer is to receive a salary of
61)00, and bis aHsiatanls $30iO.
tl-rONTKH T 1HE CANAL TBEATTi
' Ao attempt is beinir mads by some
Drmoi-rats of tb Senate lo' organise .op-o-itioo
io tbe Hay-PaoDcelcte treaty.
The object iois are of'a-tiivial order,
however, and have no real support. . ,
A'e rou aware of tbe fact.' that we
h v- the l -eat- iei-airig department' in
the eit- Flint's Shoe tore.
purer and -
NEW OFFICES OPENED.
Oregon Boom . '&, Timber Co., Will
- . Erect a Big Sawmill in .
t lils Vkmlty. ' .
C V T , V 4 V
Tbe Oregon Boom A Timber Co. have
opened their offices io the new McClal
len House Building on the corner o(
Main and DourUs itreete'in this citjr
where they .have fitted up an elegant
suite of rooms. - Hoa.- Dexter Riee, at
torney lor tbe company, has moved hi.
law office into the came building where
taav wiU-ooaap awaoit-of .-rooms. ad . be
better situated than ever to take care p(
his practice aud alsobe more convenient
Tor lookiDK ader tbe companv'e boaioesa,
Mr. Frt-d J. Blakeley is in charge ol
i ha CotDpauy'a buaiueee an dhulorma ui
that the compauy intrnda to ( improve
tbe Umpqua liver eo that logs and tim
ber can be readily floated to deep water
in any season of the year. A lores ol
men have been im ployed (or tome time
la the work and now have aboot 14
miles cleared and ' tbe ' work .will be
prosecuted 'as rapidly as the weather
''and state ol water will permit durinir
ihe winter.' ' In the epring It will be
rushed to completion. Tbe company has
already spent a larg sum ot money in
eaivey and work on the stream and it is
mmored that they intend constructing a
wmttt or tn xm wariwr at the
most available point, the location
not yet having been decidt d upon.
Real Estate Transfers.
A A Smith and wile to FJ Smith
and wile 115 acres in tp 25, a r 4
w. Consideration $
B C Atee and wife to John Veatch,
lot 4, block i in Cbadwick addi
A C Marsters and wife and A S
Buahnsll and wife to Mary and
' I ac Johnson, 3 acres in sec 24,
. tp 27 s r 6 w. Consideration. . . .
V L Arlington and wife to A M
iArrington, 7 acres ia lot 3, see 7,
4 tp 2S s r o w. Consideration
0 F 'iodfrey and wife and J A
Ballows and wile to Mary E Mc
Leodon and Gertrufe Hampton,'
' a portion of land in tp 27 s r & w.
Win Porter and wife to Anna De
Groat, tbe a e 4 of a e see 36,
tp 28 r y w, containing 40 acres.
Frank Eaod Geo II Ferksrt to O V
Lojcsdoatbe west ol lot 3, in
Maple Park Addition to the towa
1 of Kiddle. Consideration
IV rn Wade to Eli-abeth Wade, lots
3 and 4, block 28 in the town of
" Scottsbui -g f
as. A Sims , to Ejima Sims, lot 4
and a e ; ol e w ;4, sec 18, and
lot lot c 19 ia ip20srllw,
containing 107 acre.
K Wimberly and wife to A W Mar
tin. lo: 12, block 1, North Park
A ld:tion lo Koeeburg
f R Sberidian and wife to First
: National Biuk, 3.7 aciea in tp 27
e, r 4 w
it F Willis et al to J R Roberts, S60
'acres in sec 36, td 28 s, r5 w.
ossn Dickenson to Itc W Gard
ner, sec 10. tp 22, r 6. containing
-:.G Yoong lo Mrs. M E Shape, 3.91
: acres in etc 32, tp 24, r 5.. .....
O WPrkj and wife to J A Suupe,
' 17U.54 acres in sec 50, tp 24 s, r
' 5.., . r.....v..
I) A C B R Co. to O V Logadon, 40
. acres iaeece, tp31, r 7
OACBk Co to A F Plnntx, 40
scree ia sec 13, U 2a s, r 8 w....
O AO R R Co to Isabel Mining Co,
120 scree in see 27, tp 32, r 7 w...
C A C R R Co to Wm J Cellars, 40
acres in Bee 25, tp 2J s, r 5w. ...
OAR R Cj. 10 Wm Cellars. 80
acres in sec 25 tp 22 s, r 5 w
3iale of OiCgub to Chaa W. Chad.
,bpurur, 160 acres in sec 18, tp 21
RIDDLE ISAACS In Med lord at the
bom of tbe bride's parent, en Son
-av, Dec. 8, 1U01. Claud A. Riddle and
' lias Maj me baacs, Rev. S. U. Jor.es,
of Jarkronville, being the cfSciatinf
' Speaking of tbe occasion, the Ai-hlsnd
l'idingsesysi '"Id lbs growing list ol
December weddiegs, that ot Claude A.
Riddle, s near paper man of Grants Pass
ud. Mies Mayme baacs, ol Medford, r
among the most felicitous. Tbe ceremo
ny orcuired at 3 oVloca in tbe sltemooD
and Was peifdrn ed by Kev. 8. H. Jones,
ol Jacksonville. TasHul di corations of
ivy ai'd cbryssntnemnms gre ted tbe
principals sr.d attending oestf. and at
be corjcioiton of the cenmooy which
made tbe twain one, a' Itantifal wed-iii-g
lunch wse served. ' Mr. and Mr.
iKiddletook the ncrtblonnd train for
brants Pass wbeie tLry will reside.
AmoDg the guests aert : Mr. and Mrs.
A. 8. Rtsenbaum, of Wolf Creek ; Mrs
E:"Bstblord, Boeebnrg; Mrs. Miller, of
Grsnts Psrs ; Miss Elsie Patterson, of
Atblacd and" Miss CairU Geortw, of
Medlord.' '' - . .
, Claude A. R ddle is the eon of Mr.' and
.Mrs, Aboer Riddle who reside on a beau
tiin) fruit faim in the tut nibs ol Kiddle,
where the young iman 'aasrkieed, O.
late yeais tbe gioom has alternate')
been attendirg the O. A. C. at Corvallis
nd woiking at bit cLoeen prclstsion,
the mwpaper bctinees, in which ht
has piovm himieli veiy tiofitienl. He
is a you i g man of surli-g ilsracter snd
it held in the highest rtteenitd wliettvu
he is kuowc. His hride is oueol Bbuth
eru Oregon's fair aud b'gbly esteemed
ladies and has a aide circle ot friends
Tbe ha ppy conple starts out in marrieo
life onjir very Isyoiable sospictBsndtht
Plaimui alkk joiiia iu wiehing them a
lotg, haiyp aiid protperous aedded life.
la all iu atagae there
ahould be cleauiiueis.
Ely's Cream Balm
the diaeaaed membrafie.
i away a cold la tUa head
' ., Cream Balm la placed Into the aostrlll, spreads
j over tbe asemliraaa and la alworbed. Ft-lf la tae
' niediatc and a cure follows. It ia aot drying does
'not produce sneezing. Large Size, 60 cents at Drng
, gilts or by mail ; Trial Size, 10 cents by mall.
EXT BROTHERS, S Warren Btmt, T? Terk)
V M txl
fORMAL OPENING Of
A Sumptuous Banquet and a Grand
Ball. A Brilliant Occasion.
"The formal dedication-or-opening of
the new brick McClsilen hotel lo tbe
public last night was a ' brilliant affair
and marks a font step - forward - in tbe
progrsss and nphoildicg of Roseburg.
This elegant .new" strnct ore, which is
modern in both itt arrangement and
fquloment, provides tbe city with first
class hotel accommodations ample for
all its present needs and requirements
and with its msny comforts, conveniences
and aumpluooa bill of fare affords sn in
viting and popular retort or rendesvous
for the traveling public, 'which briDgs
our city more to the notice of tbe public
sod thereby greatly eubsnces its inter
cats and importance. The necessity for
a larger and more modern hotel at this
place has long been felt by our citisens
and the traveling public, and strange to
say, it remained for an enterprising lady,
Mrs. D. C. McClallen, whose name this
popnlary hostelry bears, to provide
ftoreberg with this, modern convenience
and much needed improvement, and for
M. Schmidt A Sons, tbe genial and en
terprtsiog lessees, to furnish and conduct
in first-class and modern style for a term
of years at least, this valuable scquitl
tion to our city. The new brick build
ing, which occupies lbs site of the oM
frame itroctnre built nearly a hall ceo
lurv ago, extends from Msin to Jackson
s rest fronting on Don (I as street and cov
ers a space of 100s feet and has three
r1 i. jm i I i iTT T77f.T . r
S1 w w h hT i' v
il -is s eWl tfc- rH ; Krl
Original Plan which was altered only ia tbe arrangement of a few windows.
A better picture and one of mor receut date will appear later.
ttories snd a bssemeot. It contains "d
rooms, tbs second floor being lergely
taken op with tuita of rooms including
baths sod is elegantly lure ished through
oot wiih brossels carpets, bsir m trees;
and lbs most modern fun. I ore. It is
also provided with electric bells, Bps k
ing tubes, electric lights , etc Tbe dio
ing room is 35x45 feet, the office 20i30
leet snd so srranged that the clerk from
bit deck is able to oversee the dining
ball, bar room and front aad aide enter
Alice. Beeidee tbe rooms occupied by
tbe bar and other departrrenta of the
hotel oa tbe ground floor a few elegant
professional offices are also provided and
occupied by local professional men. With
be new brick and i't additions 13S goes
rcoms are provided by the management
wbicb afftds accommodatlona for from
260 to 300 goes la st one time. The total
cost of the Structure aggregates f 15,000
bile tbe furnishings add about 15,000
to this amount. The new hotel ia a
tbing in which every citizen of Rote
burg lakes a pardonable -'pride and in
tereet, ' and wbicb all welcome aa a
proof of oar growl b sod advancement.
THE 6BANO orSKl.N'U.
A large crwd ol representative citi
inos ol Roseburg and other sections of
tbe county, together witu a number of
commercial travelers assembled at tbe
new McClellan hotel last evening to par
ticipate in the grand formal opening
festivities and enjoy tbs hospitality ol
the genial and enterprising pronrietore,
U. Scbmidt A Sons. Tbe diniog ball
was profusely and brilliantly decorated,
evergreens, ivy, mistletoe and tinsel pre
dominating. To ere was also a beautiful
large, piok colored, eiectric crescent, and
evergreen set "pieces above tbe doors
bearing tbs "McClallen Welcome." A
number of life-like white doves with
prsediog wings, were suspended from
he ceiling by a thread, while tbe tables
presented a most luxurious appearance,
rhe - gnsels promptly at 9:30 p. m.
marcbf d to tbe dioing ball to tbe mosic
f ibe orchettry and at' a given
signal were seated about tbe sumptuous
hoard, a finer spread never having been
s- en in this city. A bevy of experienced
RICE & RICE
Special Holiday Sale through December. Never before
was our stock so complete and prices so low.
We are fixed to ttiit all comers. Co
Carts, Toy Chairs, Toy Stoves, cute little
?ad Irons, nice little Lamps, Toy Sweep
ere and Iron Beds for Children, Boys
Iron Express Waguns, 1 1.25 and up.
Large line of Bamboo Furniture, Morr s
Chairs, Book Caeea, Ladies Desks, Fancy
('ouches and Side Boards, Rogers Silver
ware 18-17 kind, Fancy Lamp Shades.
inly 20 ceuts each. -If you miss our
place ym miss a treat. Come iu and
'ook ns over. . We bought those goods to
null and we have name! prices that will
move them. , . . .
RICE & RICE,
I waiters served the guests and the feast
was most highly enjoyed by ail. At tbe
conclusion of the' repast Conductor Jas.
Haosbrough, .as .toattmaater, presided
and a brief social Inter! ode followed'
after which the guests retired (o the par
lors while the dining hall was cleared
for dancing.-The bill of fare was as
follows: ' - ' ' -: ' r ' '
Esstein Oysters, a la half shell
Spanish Queen Olives
Pin Money Pickles ; Burnt Almonds
Cbkken lobster Shrimp
Spring Chicked, a la polun aise '
Columbia Rock I ret
. COLO DISHKS
, Young Turkey and Cranberry Sauce
Htm Chicken Tongue
I Pudding and Pastry
Champagne - Cream Poffa
j Assorted Nuts and Raisins
Oranges Bananas Apples
CM AC. a MS
Bent AVafsra Soda
Oregon Cream Swiss
Gold Silver Fruit Nut Lady Fingers
Strawberry Ice Crem
Its Coffee Chocolate
WISBS A LA CAKTS.
California R-d Wine
California White Wine
California Sberriee Cahloru A Porta
AU Porter Beer
Cbef, Arot'sr Scul -M' .
Diftl'S AXO ORCHCSrSA.
DanciDK wascontioued ooiotarru ptrd
until the wee email boars, excellent vna
aic being furoisbed by the local orciiest-a
which was paid tbs deserved compli
ment ol luraiahing tbe bet moeic R-jos-burg
has bsd ihie winter for a like occa
sion. Ttie orchestra was composed of
the following well known local mosiciane,
Prof. F. H. Appelt"'ff, vtcj n rti rector;
Dan Langvnbtrg, piauo; F. D. Oaeo,
clarooei ; I- Bnltiie, solo comet; tieoge
Laugenberg, 1st cornet; L. B. Moore,
aliJe troni bone.
Among ibe goests present were several
bo i. o red piuoeere of tbie Cvonty includ
ing W. R. Thompson, of Colee Valley,
W. R. Welle, of OUatla, S. Van Hooten
and Mrs McClslIan of this city. Mr.
Wells informed us that 47 years ago he
attended a similar occasion on tbia very
spot, the occasion bing tbe grand open,
iug of tbe pio.ier McClsllso ho el a lar
less imposing and commodioos etr no
tare than tbe preteat one, s con pariaon
rffectively denoting our great rowib
aud advancement in the past Lalf teotu-
Much credit ia due the ab' and ettici
cient management of H U-I McClallen
for the great t occees ad pleasure of the
occacoo of this 'formal opening, in
which M. Schmidt A Sona demonstrated
their ability ss royally entertainers and
their superior qualifications for conduct
ing a thoroogbly modern and up-to-date
The comforts of home are
not entirely w hat you bsve
on your table, its what kind
of table you have it on,
what kind of chairs you
have. Quod furniture makes
comfortable. , Ne
have the right kind at the
right price. What's nicer
for Xmas than something in
the Furniture line?
Rockers for everybody.
All styles and prices. Old
Grannv Rockers, Purt Mis
Rockers, Sice Gents Rock
ers, and Children's Rockers
" TTsef-a.1 ard Or2ar.tal
g Groceries and Dry Goods Promptly
JJclivcred to any part ox
Cures Rheiimat.sni, Kerroiia Alfec-tioiis,
Slomacb axut Liver TntubU-s. eoiual Oiaoroera,
Ooilrv, tteral Dt biiitr. Female t'l-rstts. Cir
culalorj and fulmvnary Iiiaturtwocea.
Hours: t to 1J:30. lloi.
7-STsjiorA Wllauu BM(. Hoar burs.. Or-(oo
JJLMER V. HOOVER,
PHYSICIAN AND Sl'RGEON.
ROSBBI'HU OS COON
Special attention siren to Planus of the Koa
Offic-Maio ft one door auutb of CI tBa
I'll one. Mi in mi.
Q V. FISHEIi, 21. D,
Offit-e over P. O. RoSBSiao,
'Phone Main 591. Oascoit.
Q R.GEO. E. HOUCK,
Physcian & Surgeon.
0c Review Bid.
fboaa. Main II
reiepbooe No. 4.
E. M. CHEADLE,
Siocum a Hall
Attorney at Law,
Rooma 1 a 1. Mamera Ildz., ROeXBCES. Oat
SuaiDeMbeloreuie U a Land Cfltca sod
auauit easea a spedaltr,
l-auj Kecelvar 0. 8. Laad O-ea.
JOllS H. 8BCPE,
ATTORN E Y-AT-LA W,
Bualaea before C. S. Land Oflk-eaad riobata
boinea a speoaity.
OSoa AUrahaai BuUdiaa
J C. FCLLERroN
a U fracuce la ail the scaur aad federal Cun
O or laMarke- Bid.. n.Fimrc. Orc.
QOMM0DOKE K. JACKJKWr;
Attorney and CnunseUor at Law
Mining Law aad Water Rights tuade
a,U-ia Bid ROe.BBCau,OKEJO
P W. BENSON,
uau 1 aaj 2
T-1" Bl"MlDf wBrssORiuoa
QEOKUE M. BROWN,
JA. BUCHANAN. NoUry Public,
Collections a Specialty.
TTt J. ROBINETr,
Attorney at Law.
rajlor A wuaoD Block. Rossscaa, Oaa.
FACTS ABOUT PAINT
True economy in paint is attained only
when the best of material is used
If first-class paint costs only one-fifth ra jre thau a poor
quality paint, and lasts just twice as long, it stands to
reason, that THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
A full line of TAINTING SUPPLIES, GUARANTEED PURE
LINSEED OIL, PIONEER WHITE LEAD at lowest market prices
A. C. MARSTERS & CO,, Druggists
'"That all people wenring Ozbjrds
gosy hack aud sit down." s !
I have shoes to matda thtl
' season. .
Just right for winter. '
a mighty cWver doseu
styles of Woman's
hhoea in all tlie new
idees at $2.00. ..W,
13.00 and ,3.50.
It is to u'lir inten st to watch ;!
aindow for things in Footwear
Do cot forget the priaes
to be given away Janua
ry, 1, 1902.
me i wm
THE SHOE MAN
TO ALL v
- THE riN EST? CROWN-
FOR SALE ftY
J Mr I
For all kinds of Candy,"
fresh, pure and harm
less, Oysters served in
any style, call on ... .
Wrolesaltt and Retail
Candv Maf afacturera
.. Confectioneries ..
Tba loeat araaia aad inizad Ml
dlca. Faacv eaaea aud Umaiaa.
Totitceo. CUra-' aad fruit
la varied aMOrtanie aJ
I. J. NORHAN
Vrssrs. Tball A Kennedy present
Wa. A.' Brady A Jos. S, liriacoer's
F rod action .,
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THE NKW YORK MANHATTAN
Prices, 79, 50. 35, ch ldren 35 cents.
All sea s on Irwer floor reserved.
Seats on s'e at Stmof 's furaiturs store.
Title CJuarantee&Loan Co.
J. D. HiaiLTpjr.
O. C. Basultok.
-cj. aad Traaa.
OSce ta Xht lart Homm. Han oaiT euta-
ree set of alMraet boaa Ia Duui'h I oaa it.
RMracaa aad Certiflcalea ot Tllia toralefaed as
DouariaaemiaiT land and ainiac cUubw. Eant
aiaoaeoopXasetof Tracinca of aU sow-atuy
P':ato In the Rowbnnt, Oreaoo. C. S. Land Dia
inrv Wul a ke blae prim eofiva 4 ajir
sh;r sboiriaw aU varaat UoretBamtt laada. '
N.-tarr rabiic nc, iacarsace asenia.
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