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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1901)
We are redoubling our efforts mate the PEOPLE'S STORE
the most popularjplace for bargain seekers to make their head
quarters, as our Fall and Winter goods have arrived and we are
selling them at a very low margin.
and we are selling
get them elsewhere.
Our Fall Millinery Stock of Street and
Walking shapes are the most up-to-date
styles that has ever been in the city before,
25 to 50 per cent, cheaper than you can
Our Fall and Winter JStock of Clothing are now in and oue 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 you will see that we can sell
'3-ou cheaper then you can get them elsewhere. .
agfef5. ;"0!! W. U Douglas Sho 5
M - W -WWW W
Bv remember" n your friemls
We know of nothing prettier,
more suit-able or l-ss exprnsive?
tlian a iir of on- fainy .....
Special Sale on Ligh cut
shoes for ladies
Sicial rales i n other
lines. Call and see.
For all kinds of Candy,
fresh, pure and harm
less, Ojrsters servedin
anj'- sti le, call on ... .
Wholesale and Eetail
Candy Manufacturers - :
TlieTwst cr-a-m and mixel en
dies. Vane j cakes and Cookie.
Tobacco, dears ani Finit
in varied aoruneats ail
of Um fiootf qua.Uy.
I. J. NORflAN
Prof. J. H. Cochran, principal of tbe
Oakland public school, and on. of the
foremost educator of Southern Oregon,
pent Friday la Boaeburg traneactinr
tueiness. Tb Plaixdbaxbb vat favor
ed with a pleasant call and vera pleased
to learn of the present flourish condi
tion of the Oakland ecboola. Through
the energy and efficiency of Prof. Coch
ran the Oakland public acboola bate at
taioed a high standard of excellence,
ranking along with the best public school
of Southern Oregon and evan those of the
much larger town. The school is at
present crowded almost , to its tallest
capacity and teTerat new Undent
will enter .alter the .holiday vacation.
Bipid strides are being made in edoca
ti n ! wn.k- ?n this county and 'ere loog
the educational advantages of Dooglar
county will be second to no county of
the state outside of those containing the
state imiveraities euk large colleges.
This is a very satisfactory and gratify
ing condition and speak, volumes for
the lutelligence and refinement of oar
people and the proficiency of oar ed oca
It la an old axiom .that "bread is tLe
staff of life" but this "depends somewhat
on its qualitv. Tne fine cream and
home made bread made at J. Siever's
bakery on Jackson street near Cass nver
fails to pi ease. A nice variety of pastries
also kept constantly en band.
Prut. J. Love, of the State Normal
School faculty at Drain, spent Friday
is Beeburg on bis return to Drain
from a combined bosinees and pleaaara
to Csnyoaville. He favored tbe Puui
DBaxaawitha pleasant call, renewed
his sabscription aod reported a most
successful year thus far in the Normal,
in fact we bear nothing bat compliment
ary reports from tne school this season,
indicating that much good work is be
iog accomplished. The Central Oregon
Bute Normal at Drain is rapidly Ukiog
a position at the bead of the state nor
mal schools of the state.
Almost entire car of trunks and va
irart from tbe factory. Almost
i car bamboo
fnrnitsre. More fancy
Mnrria chairs. White ma pie
I deeks and dresser, expected in this week
at Rice A Rice.
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g NEXT THURSDAY OURGREAT g .
Sale . . . .
Prices on everything
in the store reduced to a.
minimum, making room
for our immense spring
stock which will begin
to arrive in a short time.
The opportunity is yours
tobuy reliable merchan
dise for less money than
- . - . a
V. 8. Woodruff, of Melrose, was trans-
log basinets in Rotebarg Saturday. Us
made the Plaindkalkb a pleasant call
anl renewed his subscription and took
advantage of our low club rates with tbe
Toledo Blade and Weekly Orezonian.
He says bis brother's children vers de
lighted with the prin doll from Currier's
If you want the beet and most liealth-
ful bread you will neonr "cream" and
home-made" bread. Fall weight
loaves. Oar pastries will also be found
very palatable. Give us a trial. J.
Sievera, Jackson street near Cats.
C. D. Minton, representing be Oregon
Poultry Journal aod tbe Salem Slates
man was in attendance at tbe poultry
show last week. He spoke very favora
bly of tbe exhibit and slated that the
poultry industry was making rpid
trides forward in this state. Tuis office
was favored with a friendly call.
When you are in want of a Cook stove,
Kteel range, Heating stove, or any thing
in the line of Hardware, Tinware etc.
go to 8. K. Sykeeand get his prices ana
von will go no further.
Hwe M yr Conner on Monday pur
chased of Mies Lena Foreman, of the T.
Richardson music bouse of Romburg.
aa elegant upright Whitney - piano, aod
there will be moaic in Syracruse for
some time to come. Jefferson review.
AH work done by the Title Guarantee
& Loan Co., J. D. Hamilton, manager,
is guaranteed absolutely correct. Ab
stracts of titles are worthless unless
Mim Laura Spalding, one of the
PuukdkaxsVs faithful and competent
compositors spent Christmas with home
folks at Drain returning to Roeeburg
Sunday .She report a very enjoyable
visit with her parents aod friends.
Fancy pocket cutlery for Xrnas.
Roger's 1S47 knives and forki, fwtfer'a
1947 spoons, nickle plated eebwors at
Rice A Rice.
Ths mayor of Eugene issued an order
Sitorday stopping ail gambling and or
dering that tbe saloons be closed on Sun
day. It is reported that the citizens
were so startled at the order that ' tbe
town clock actually stopped.
Take advantage of oar low dabbing
rate and set the Twice-a-week Paindsal
b and Weekly Oregonian one 5 ear for
$2. This offer is good only until Jan. 1
L. 8. Fortin, one of tbe prosperous
farmers of this vicinity was a pleasant
caller Saturday, while transacting busi
ness in town, and made himself solid
for tbe Plaixdealxk another year.
Call at Wollenberg Bros, and eet a
8tandard Fashion Sheet for the month
January. It will interest you if you
have any dress-making to do.
Dr. J. M. Keene and Miss Mollis
Baumberg, both of Medford, Oregon,
were married in Ban Francisco Wednes
day at the First Presbyterian church.
Hs was well known here.
Simond j Cross Cot Saws will do mors
work with lest exertion and holj their
cutting edge longer than any other
Brand. Bay them from 0 K. Stkes.
Dr. W. W. Oglesby of Junction City
in Prineville, baying gone to that
place to treat Mrs. Geo. W. Whittett, of
Cottage Grove, who it quite ill at that
place. Eagene Gaard.
By calling 00 J. D. Haunlton at the
Rieeborg coui t bouse you can get blue
prints of any section or township in tbe
Koteburg land district.
Ira Dean, of Riddle, was in Roseborg
Saturday transacting busineet and at'
tending the poultry show. He reported
a very pleasant Christmas tide in tbe
Cow Creek valley.
I will willingly exchtnze any Simond'
Cross Cat saw not saiMtactory to user,
if tbe fault 11 in tbe saw. Sold only by
o. K. oyket.
The Scientific American for December
14 it tbe naval edition. It shown tbe ex
pension of the Navy, since tbe Spanish
war. Tbe vessels have gr own if mem
J. D. Hamilton hat the only complete
set of abstract bookt in the county. See
faim at the Court House, when you want
abstracts 01 title.
This is not bad advice: Young man
get a red-cheeked wife, some rocgh land
and put out an orchard of red winter ap
plea and it will keep jm in your old age
Journal." , : '
Children two wheel red carta 15ct
bovs steel wavons from $1.00 to $5.00
8!f Propeller wagons etc., at Churchill
Miss Ethel Riddle,, Geo. K. Qaine
Kenneth Qaine and fJarvey Q Brown
all of Riddles tpent Christmas with rela
tivet and frlendt -in Grants Pass. Ob
"You can get 12 photo stamps and
n oe phot button -cUniauel at lavlor'i
tent for 26 cents, until after tbe holidays
J. Delmar Dixon, a prosperous stock
raUeron tbe pi or t a. Umpqus, was at
tending to business matters in town Sat
Silver novelties of all deelgai at Sals
man's. - '- ' - - '
The basket ball -gMne at the Opera
House Friday evening ,by tbe High
School girls, and those' of the lower
grades and was won by tbe latter, the
score being 18 to 9. The came wast
very entbiiastio one from start to finish,
and the girls fairly rieligl ted ths and'
ence with their vim and . kill. It ?t
needless to say, should they tf.r play
in public again, that a full house will be
accorded th.m. '''''.:'
On account of the irregular survey! of
many of the townships in tbe Roenrg
land district, it is almost lmposclble to
locate section cornere without a copy of
tbe Government survey. Frank E Al
ley, Abstractor of tbit city, has a com- 1
plete eet of tracings of all surveyed town
ships, and will furnish blue prints of !
same, showing: all vacant land, at $1
Hon. 0. A. Sehlbrede, arrived in Ross
burg from Salem Saturday, where be
has been spending tbsOhlstmaiUds with
hii family since bis late rsturn to Ore
gon from Skagway, Alaska. The . Judge
is a little undecided at to whether be
will relocate to Roseborg or at some
point in tbe lower Willamette valley.
Tbe family have a cosy borne htie and
their many friends are eager for them to
become permanent residents of Rose
borg. We were favored with a pleasant
call from our fellow townsman. .
For Abstract of Title, guaranteed to
be full and correct copies of all records
efftMSting the title, call on Frank E. Alley
upstairs in tbs Marks building. His
work it guaranteed correct, and price
John H.Bolck and wife who have
been enjoying e pleasant, though brief
virlt with the parent of tbe former at
tbi place went to Myrtle Creek Sunday
evening to visit briefly with relatives and
and will then return to their Northern
California borne. Mr. Buick is one of
the leading business msn of that Bectiop
of the state and is a very busy man.
Are too aware of the fact, that we
have tbe beet repairing department in
the dty Flint's Shoe Store.
It may be of Interest to many of tbe
readers to know that Frank Nan, late' of
Portland, whore medicines for tbe stom
ach so many of Douglas county people
baye used, has gone to New York City
to reside, baying married a very wealthy
lady of that place. ' Tbe medicine will
no doubt be still on sale at tbe Beua!
A complete line of Xmas presents In
gold or silver at tbe lowest prices at
Brakemaa Ray Jack sou met with a
painful accident Friday while riding 00
the engine pilot at Kinney Spur, a short
distance sooth of Leiaad station, by get
tiog bis left foot caught la ths switch
gaard rail and badly mangled. He was
Uken to tbe Portland Hoepilal lest
Boyt knives with chata. Make-fia
presents. Churchill A WooUev Bell
Carl Scbneursteia, tbe well-known
baker, has purchased the bakery busi
ness formerly in charge of Mra. Cum-
mod, and will hereafter eater to tbe
wants of bis many friends, who patroni
sed him bet or. he was burned out at ths
1 1 slaod.
Editor W C. Conner went to Cottage
Grove on the son train today to attend
celebration of the wedding anniversary
ol his brother-in-law, J. L Jcoea and 1j
pend New Year day at tbe od home.
He will return bvme Wednesday evening.
You can get 24 photo Umi for 26
cents at lay lot 'a puoto toot, until after
the holiday only. dl9
Deputy Clerk J. E. Sawyers baa re
turned to Roseborg having tpent last
aeek with relatives in the vicinity of
Scotteborg He was accompanied by
bis brother 1. G. Sawyers, who returned
Get your Xwas
Krose A Ne laud's.
Daa F. Laogeaberg returned home
from Doosmuir, Calif., Friday, after an
absent ol ten days, during which time
he has been acting aa Wells, Fargo A
Co.'s extra helper between that wit j and
Nice fresh bread, assorted cakes, and
pastries of all kinds, at Griffith's Bakery.
M. Dean, oue of tbe leading fruit grow
era of tbs Cow Creek valley was a R e-
burg visitor Saturday and was in attecd-
ance at the poultry show. This office
was favored with a very pleasant call.
Go to J. X. Bryan for your silverware
and jewelry. The latest styles out.
N. G. Boyd, the genial barber, has re
turned to Roeeburg from Lot Aotelee,
and has returned hit old posi'iou in El
mer Damotta's popular harber abop.
His wife will follow him later.
Gold pern, optical goods and Sooyernir
spoons at baliman s.
Geo. Langenberg ha returned to hit
official duti-s as supervisor of the Gila
River fores', reserve in New Mexico, aft
er a pleasant two weeks visit with rela
tives and many friends here.
A Take-down 22 bovs rifle onlv $2.50
unurcbiit a WooUeyt.
E. W. Redifer, of Myrtle Creek and
M. A. Fuller of Glendale have our thanks
for subscription renewals accompanied
by kind words for tbe people's popular
paper, the Plaivdbalbb.
Churchill A Woolley tbe store that
has tbe beat goods.
Mrs. G. H. Campbell, of this city, to
visiting with her daughter, Mr. J. H
Booth, of Raseburg. Grants Pats Ob-
Special sale on high cut ladles shoes
Harry M. Holden.
G. W. Dimmick, treasurer of Douglas
county, made his brother, Senator Dim
mlck a briet visit this week. MarthfleM
. See Salrmans opto dateline of watches
Several Wisconsin msn went to Roee
burg this afternoon to file on timber
claims, says Friday's Eogena Guard.
Over-gaiters, leggins and rubber low
est prices at Flint s.
Miss Mildred Lander returned home
last night, after visit of a few weeks
with Portland friendt.
Y oa should see that elegant "Meridan
cut glass at Churchill & Woolleys.
THE. POULTRY HOW..
Closed Saturday Night. A Fine
Wblt of Fowls and Eggs.
The Btrond Annual Poultry Show of
lb D jogiat County Poultry Association
closed la this city Saturday evening and
while, owing to the diversion of holiday
week, the at'endance of visitors was ' not
at large as was anticipated, the exhibits
far excelled the' show of last year In
variety an4 excellence, denoting much
progress In the poultry Industry In this
county. . The exhibit was a most credit
able one aod gave tbis Industry a re
newed impetus In Ibis taction of tht
Stat. Tbe officers In chsrie are to be1
heartily congratulated upon their suoteat
in presenting to tbe public such an in
teresting exhibition of Use fowl demon
stration, lbs tact that a valuable industry
of no small proportion baa sprung Bp is
oar county which promises to liberally
reward all those who give It a fair share
of Urns and atteuMoo.
Mr. W. W. Browning; of Og-d.n, Utah.
finished hit (abort Friday as jodge at tbe
poultry show in Slocum's balL In result
thereof, more convenient than ever, for
the information el tbe welcome visitors
at tbe elrgant display of pet stock was
the little score card attached to each
coop showing the quality of (be fowls
within. The standing of nearly all tbe
birds vai very good and considering the
fact tbst pooltry raising In Douglas
county on a finer scale is yet In Its in
fancy, the general degree el tbe stock
wss exceptional! high. Below will be
found tbe leading
J U L I UU 1 nii.ill ! ;
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4Jall -at Flint's Shoe Store
Ftw Pointer.," you'U bm
The beet la the
Mrs. Cbas. MInkler of Portland, has
been spending a few days la Roseborg
visiting with friendt, -
' Patent leather and box calf shoes for
Misses at Flint's.
Engineer E.J. Stroud, who baa beta
seriously ill with tooslliUs, Is somewhat
Of some suitable Xmas Present for some friend or
relative? If so. we can help you by aVuggesj
two which should be valuable to youi.
For a Gentleman
A fine Muffler, Necktie, Suit, Overcoat,
Pair of Shoes, Silk Handkerchief, or
something in the Furnishing Goods
line, makes a handsome as well as useful
For! a Lady
What could begetter than a handsome
Collarette, JCapp, Cloak," Lace Collar or
Or if you desire to make Fancy Work, Handkerchiefs. Point Lace Work. etc.. we
.have a full and complete line of Battenberu and Point. Lace Patterns. Braids.
Thread, Handkerchief Linens, Footing, Edgings, etc. We sponge and I shrink all
Dress Goods by means of our spotless Steam Sponger, thereby insuring theear,
nr. ana color 01 any piece ol Dress Goods, tor 5 cents a yard. - o ;
: 44 : T-t-r
BKST SOOtS F rSBS.
(One male and three females.)
VYblte Wyandoltta let, Mrs. A. L
Kirkland, 187; J.G.Baltewsf. U7 11-
Bnff Leghorns 1st, Heasell Bros. 182
1-12; tad, L. Q. Mathews, 181 6-12.
White Plymouth Bocks 1st, F. L.
Calkios, 180 1-12; 2nd, f. B. Hamlin,
1885, ; 3rd U. M. Battel t, 183 1-12.
Black Plymouth Bocks 1st, J. W
MulleB, 162V; So F. L. Oalklna, 181?;
3rd, P. U Mathews. 180. .
Brows Leg born 1st, I, A. Kruee,
186 2-U: 2od. F. B. Hamlin. 184W: 3rd.
. B. Bontlngton, 1S3,V ,
WbiU Plymouth Bicke F. L. Calkins
Srst cock 93',. flret hew 64'. eeoood new
MV. teoond eockertl 83. third cockwrei
93, eseoad pulLt 904; F. B. Hamlin,
second eock 91, first pullet 943. third
Barred Ply mouth Rocks J. W. Mul
len, seooad eock 9,'. first cockerel 92,
second cockerel, 91 ! F. L.Oalkin, third
eockerel 91, eseoad pallet 90 third pul
let, 91 V, J. B. Uorris, aeoosd aea, 85)',.
F. a BrewB Lswhors) T. B. Hamlin.
tecood eock 89, first pallet 95, asoood
pullet 94;. 4. Krase. first eockert!
asoood eockerel 91 4. first hea 93,
ecoMl baa 92V. third pullet 94?4' ; H, B.
Huntingtoa. third eockerel 91.
Bag Leghorns Hansel! Bma. eeeoad
cock 8i, aeeoad eockaral 8S4'. flrat hea
91, seooad pll4 93'; U G. Mataewt.
third cockerel 89V. firat poll 93V,
third pollet 92. ".' " "
Silver Spangled Hamburg -yr,
Marsters, first coraaicl 90, first baa, 92,
second bea 91V. , .
White Wyandotte W. G. Hill, Mcoad
cork 89V. first cockerel 4V. aeeoad
cockeo-1 91V. (bird cockerel 89V;. Mra.
.' L Kirilaod. third bea 92, Brat polltt
93V. rwtd pullet 93; J. U. Ballewec,
womad bea 9JV-
Cornish ludan Game W. L. Draing-
r, first ban 90, seeond ben 89 V-
Black Breasted Red Game Denny
Hooter, first cockerel SS, first pullet 93V.
second pullet 93. '
Gotden Poliah W. E. Marsters, first
cock9uV. first ben 90V. eecood ban
Boff Plymouth Bock H. E. Hunting
ton, first cockerel 94, first bea 91 V. sec
ond ben 8SV. nrvt pullet 91V, second
pullet 89V, third pullet 88V.
Black Laogthaa Eoy McClallea, flrat
pullet 95V cond pullet 94, first ben
White Lengths Mrs. A. L Kirk
land, eeeoad cock, 89V. flrat eockerel 91.
first pallet 94V. aeeoad pallet 93V. Uurd
pullet 91V ; U. T. McClallea, third eock
R.C. White Lechoru Mrs. W. M,
Moore, firet ceckeral 91V. Arte pallet
94V. aeeoad pallet 93.V-
India Banner Ducks J. D. Hamilton,
firat pair 137V; F. L. Calkins, eecood
Pekin Docks F. L, Calkios, first pair
eooud pair 187.
Told in Side Hods
Mrs. F. MBeard left, laUtr part of last
week for an extended visit with relative,
and friends in Mieaioarl and Tenteeeee.
He many friends bera wish her a pi
ant trip and sale return.
Bev. W, A. Wood, who attended tte
meeting of tbe Christian state board in
Eugene yesterday, returned borne to
Roeeburg , this afternoon. Engine
Gaard, t .
Mrs. J. G. 6mitb, a sister of W. C
Hildsbrand, ot this city, accompanied
bv her little eon. Herald have gone to
Bakersfield, Calif.; for a mouths visit.
An Interesting srtlcle entitled "A
trip along tbe Umpqaa" is omitted from
this Issue on account of lack of space,
but will appear in Thurtday'a paper.
Mrs. Kollit. Rtmp, ot Roeeburg, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thorn
aa lo this city during the holidays. Cot
tage Grove Leader.
J . S. Taylor, one of the depot telegraph
operators, accompanied by hie wife
pant uortetmes with his parents at
Jailor O. L. Williams of the Drain
Nonpariel, was a business caller toAbe
county seat Saturday.
Mite Dolla Mum power, of Drahj , bat
gone to Jefferson to, receive vdtcal
Interettbg additional local wi will
be found 00 the last page ol the Plaui-
DBA LB B.
Hon. J, E. Blundell of Riddle, wat a
county seat visitor Saturday.
Con. r. r. Xynan, h rfporta d 111 at
hit home In this city,
A .UaivtuB Caxbkdab This office .ec-
kaowladcea with thaaka. cainpliiBaats of
thaaeat as tram 8. C. Fliat's ahoe stora,
la tbe shape of a neat and unique' card
board folder. On tha outside front page
ia tha picture of a etunnlog and ttyCthly
dreaatd yoang lady. . The ascood twaa
CMlaJnc a calendar for tha year and te
Ivge packagat of tMadtea far all kiadt w
Bearing. Tha third page has pair of
laoghiog U" with tbe inaerfptioa
Sva those happy feet, made harry ay
wearing pair of atyliab, easalortabts
shoe, from & C.Flfaat's shoe Mora." The
back page eontaiaa a fine aboe ad for tbe
Mora and the folder, which ia of a deU
eaio bin aad baJTesJar, beare the) title ot
A Few Useful Point, presented ay 8-
C. FMai, Hosabarg. Oe."
Tea Sraraaarra A T. M. C. A- Th.
mmueamtat Christmas .evening at tha
roontaof tha,rosrx Mam's Cfariseaia Aa
odation was the SebBbart Eyspbooy
Club, lady ojoartat acoorapaoyisg. The
utemoertuip waa largely represented.
Tbe aotartaJnmeat waa of a big order
and the perfumers received wjaetiattd
applaosa, and there was coastaaa eecoot
sgaatnt to leacthea tha arotraajme.
A Becbelor'a Beoarka om Miaga,'
was 00a of the foBBleat hits of tha eras
ing. Mia. Mabel Do any McPike. Ml.
Ells Claim Garnbart and Mr. Low Me
Pikt proted to be well able to hold the
audaca. Tha quartea ef ladies
va excaileat. Evening Tategram.
At tbe Boeeborg Opera Booaa. Jan. 1.
vA Bia Woob Cokybjm. r. L. L Hard,
tbe geaiaJ poet master at GteatdaW, was
transacting buaiaeaa ia Boaeburg Satuv
day. la a pleasant visit at tha Plau
dbaub ofice, ha informed ua that & B.
RedGeld had jost ckvajd a eoutract with
tbe Soothara Paciao Cstmaaar lor the
daUTtfxxlconla olwiaaroad wood
en the track, near Gleadale. Tfcie - eon-
tract akeaaa exploytaaat for. a large
nombet oCmaa in that vidaUy dariag
d. wutur and tpfinjc.ilx. Hard amyt
GleadatAklorgiai ahead rapidly.
TSr Photo Trr. Jefea H. Taylor, of
the wall known Wagon Gallery, has his
photo tf nt at tbe old 1 stand until altar
tha boUdaya aad is prepared to aapply
old aa new coatonaert with fine photoa
from wtamp viae up. . His pricee are bj
nsusi, at tha bottom. He is prepared ta
wpply tha Holiday trade ia pbotoa.' Jlp
' PABTOBAfl wanted lot one or two
boras throuah tha winter. Mutt .have
ccete to shad for abetter, aad light' feed
during severe whiter. Address "E
oars this office stating price aad keanoa.
" PtU.cs to Bcr Futurra. n wwa'are
looking for praaaata do not fail to
ina JVT. Brvan's elegant line of ' silver-
wtrt snor jewelrv. - ' ' "
At rat Oil Piabtv A brief rewpitn
froa driUbif operations at th. 4I plul
aa C. O.Whiia's pla near Myrtle Creek
we takea lor the Ctrfeta.a tide, hot ap
to that time tha btg drill bad bawa stead
ily poasjdiag away thrugh tbe hard'
shale sad Us progrrae at ueual, while
"tpadding ia" or bnrri.r iba drill tools,
has heea tinw Juha Hary, aa old
Ptantylvaniv U t drilfar. h.'"i.work
ia charge aad is cot-doctiua the dnlltog
operatioM nacat saccefolU and utir
factorOy ta all e adeemed, tally demo -strati
rag iba fact tha be lUcwogtily
aadavataada to tMni. After
twenty r thirty more . ia
d.pth it taioed, the I- g drill will basis
10 ataka rapad H giasa aad the work
will BtsjadUy laterwa. in inter at sail the
011 begiae to goh far li at I . t, this U
tbeopiaioa ef aoa.4 th- be t gaolofiitt
aad oil expert on tl.U ouaal.
MabbuB. 1 tola dry. Friday vea
log ait sydock, at the home of Mr. end
Mrs. H. B. GUiCtto, by Juatka BobiaeU,
Mr. M. H. GiUatta ef Peodlatoa, On goo,
aad Mra. MoJlie Pery, of this county.
The groom as a brother of Atitsaar H. B.
JiUtttaei thieeity. Tha - PtAiwaaaLBB
Mas their ataay friend ia extending
eotajtrelslatiooa. Tbey will visit Saa
Fraaciace and other California points be-
Iota tbey go to Peadletoa, where the)
will Make their futare home.
Hbld tbs Lrcar Snui- Mcrt
Woodruff, olMalrota, bold tha lucky
btr 1575 ia the grand drawing a
Was. Currier's Krooavy. aad waa awarded
the baaatirul large prise doll. Tbe prix
prevad a drawing card at Carriers gro-
Title (JuaranteeccLoan Co.'
U. If. HItT.
OfflcalalaeLourtHnoae. Rara U mCT em
ptcacsrl of aitrct books in DoaciasCm.ty.
Absuactaaad CnifiaMi Tilim IflatefHa)
Doa;aacDu.ty laa4 aaJ arlnia rvaiaaa, Umm
also a coanp;!ar Tracings ot mil anikli
plats la the Bowbora;. Oncoo, T- B, Ia4
tnrc wai Bite bhM arfot eon t aarv .-
abipabowln a J vacant Qoraaasaat auidsv
hMAir M4iaMa aAaraaaagaaea awta.
Gemapuodnce aoUettaL " - -
Mabbibd. fa Grant Pate, at the
Sswaa M. B. Chorea, on Thureday
moraiag, Dec 28. 1901. Frank Me aad
Mra. Jeaaia Cary. Mr. Gary's father.
Bev. Bobert Booth, vflictatiag, Paator
McDoagal atti isg.
Foa Palb To yoang eoora, mala
aad female. I.qnire ef LeNo r Rax-
dale, 1017, Mill 8t Bosebug , Oregon.
T. W. Andrew a aad daogVer Sa-h, ot
8eottttrarg, ware Boseburg visitors ths
later part of tha week. Tbse office was
favored with a pleaeaat eall, aad Mr
Andrews reports every thing lively i
hlsaactioa. Helaataaagar of tbataa
nary at Seottsbarg at preaeat, bat is
lorsn aa that Mr. W . P. Bead ia petting
apt aww teaetry boUdiaa at Gardiner.
scar lb creamery, aad ia til propehilt-
tiea it as, Mr. Aadrews wi!l have charg
al it whan reedy for eperationa.
Geo. M. Basaatt. the geabl 8. P
Agesl at Drain, was in attendance at the
poultry thaw aad waa quite well pleated
at carrying off a second prise 00 his coip
. - B K . " '
of Barred Plymouth ttoctt. btuicd were
picked proaieeaiaWy ftora hie ebkkea
pana, ihU represent tha average of hi
breed of fowls, which scored 92.
Ii. Little, .133 v
Oakland. , . ( - . OrexTxil
TO AIL ...
TH m N EST GR3 Wfl
roll SALE BY
Glassware . ..
Griffith' Bakery, Bear tbe depot .mat a
a tpecilty of Wedding aod Holiday
cake. Tbey also keep a choke line of
2 uaiil MJSj
Dr. J. 0. 8000k, Dentist. toaq w In bit
office over tbs P. O.
Miss Dora Page of OakJaaa, ia -a gar it
of Boaeburg trieudr.
Better commence practicing on? writing
tt 1902 . ' " ' .
FiNwtjlai In Qaen Qatlityah1cj at
1Por the next 30 dtys we will give a 20 per
cent discount on our entire line oi ladies
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A LlannlUccnt Lino. Come S cc Them.
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