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sr inKi RICE & RIC
: in a rocker.
full of worth. Each even
ing you can realize a div
idend from an investment
We have them that are
comfortable and not expensive. Lob-
bier seat rockers as low as $2. Nurse
!' or sewing rockers $1.25 and up.
In Oai i-ls all ilu riili nt-w j attt riis and eac
"iis to vour uitt rt'vt to buy now whetlu-r yon havi
in NiwatKi ranges wui.j . r- , t. . . s. lUna with
O- niytiuu for waut of $iee. Write for catalogue. ,1 J? ' g
v The THce-a-Tdt
jPaWisfiod ModiUtc and Thnrady.
PLAlNfiEALER PUBLISHING CO.
-Connek. Editor and ruWisner
Fhkd VTKV.iiiT, City Editor, Solicitor.
ArursT J. Kraxtz, Foreman
S. C. BARTtiUM, Traveling Solicitor.
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Entered at the Poet Office in Rosebnrg,
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Advertiaing Rates on Application.
MARCH 20, l'r2.
The Uejtu'olican Ccnnty primaries
will be hf-1 J in this county next Sat
urday and tbe Repoblicans of the
varioo6 precincts call be dfp?nded
npon to choosa xooi, loyal represent
Btrre'delegations to represent their
respective prertnets in the cooDtj
convention, which mill be held in
Boseburg Saturday, March 29, com
meccidir at 1( o'clock in the forr
1100B. at wh.ch time and place the
wioDiop connly ticket will bt named.
Thore is little donbt but what the
harmonious and business like pro
ceedings nhich have usually charact
erized the Republican convention, in
this county, will be a marked char
acteristic of the ecnrng eonY ntion,
as there is a general disposition on
the part of republicans to abide
bj the decision of the majority, and
the delegation in contention aesem
bledcan bo depended upon to nomi
nate a ticket compoeed of good, sub
Etaufia! reDrofceclative citizeL6,.
The republican ticket will be a
winner this j ear. Attend the prima
ries and t.?i t tbo ball to rolling.
The Knnsrti Fopalists have decid
ed la 1 et ai n t heir name. They may
be able to uiilize it for reminiaceat
Donglas County is ready to do her
full share toward, carrying Oregon
for the tepnblicaa ticket Lookout
for 'if increased majority this year.
The democrats in Congress will
make a desperate fight against an in
resigattoa of disfranchisement of
voters. They foar the outcome of
such an ia-vestigation. -
The Rosebnrg . Flaindealer has
been greaily improTed by adding a
new dres Editor Conner is a hust
ler and is giving Douglas county a
wrdo'awake,' np-to date republican
The Evening Journal is the name
of Ford nd' new paper. It has the
Scrippi ikrHea and special telegraph
ic service, and appears to covur tbe
field ia good shpe. It is a foar page
seven culomn paper, republican iu
politic i and one of the first two-cent
papers ki I he NorthwesL
Roseburg wants the next district
J&ir. Tbe fair has been held at
Marehfield for the past two years
find it iu stated that Marshfield is de-
. eiro'is of securing it again this year.
C quilie also wants it. The matter
will be decided in nbont two months
and it is probable that Rosebnrg will
eecur if ibis year. Myrtle Point
. Enterprise. '
The new people who are coming by
the immigrant excursions are already
buying property and settling down
in this county. Thi will bi contin
ued indefinitely, and it will most
Barely result ia mimy benefi's to the
city and country. Especially will
this be tbe case in the country,
where the large farms will b izrad
raally divided op and better methods
cf farming become general.
Makes the food more delicious end wholesome
l.i furniture tliero s Hotline' too imh'
your Home. f add to it beauty by buyiug
om odd pi ices.
CHAIRS We all spend considerable
time on a chair. Why not
have one that just fits. With such a
stock of chairs as ovrs to select, from
you call certainly find the kind you
mihI each one irired so cloe to t't
e iininediate ne for it now or
Representative TonKUh 6ecnred
au authorization ia the rivers and
harbors bill for a re-exaujinetioa of
the TJuipqaa lliver, with a view to
astertaiaing vbethst ttere is. aufh-
cient cotuuiereo to jastify the xper.-,
diture of farther Governraent funds
in its improvement He also secured
the authorization of a purvey of - the
bank of the Willamette opposite 'Al
bany to ascertain wheth?r there je
ddtier of the river changing its
coarge, aod to what exte4t euch. a
change wouhl injare nav?gation. :
In ppeakiu' of a disgraceful,
drunken tow at Eugene recently in
which a young couple figured, the
local papers state 1 that "the young
turn's name is wnhdd by ppecial re
quest," but the young womau'a name
was printed in fall. It'a the aame
old story shield the Villianous man
siid hold the womanrin the case np
to public ridicule and contempt.
This is one of the serious errors of
oar social enstoms and should be
corrected at once. In nine ctee oat
of ten the man ia wholly leeponsible
for such outrages against ccmoion
decency and should be held equally,
if not solely re?porjSiWeTtrtie- judi-.
men! of the people as weJ as by tbe
common laws. rj j
The declaration of several former
prominent Deniucratsitaii TopuHSts
of this county, that they will hereaf
ter affiliate with the patty ot progress,
l.rospetity, sonnd money -ao'l good
government the Republican party,
reminds ns of the slory of-tbe. boy
und his baskctjof p6 pie.-; A -county
Democratic coavootion was being
held in a cejtain town, when a young
ster appeared in the convention hall
with a basket contai uin foot 'pup
pies which bad not yel begun to see,
and which he cfftreoVT't' aie. ? A
gentleman approacLing the lad saidr
"What kind of papa are these my
son I" "Democratic pops, ' Kiiswered
the boy. -Alright, I'll take these
two,' replied the gen'lcmiD. A
noek later too Republicans met in
losvenlion in tbe same hull, and the
boy waj on hand with his remaining
t wo pups which he wes endeavoiing
ioelL On being asked by a dele
gate what kind of papa he had ia his
Imeket he replied promptly, ''Repub
lican pope." "I will take the pair'
fbiH the geotleman. "Seo here ycu
yonng rascal'remarked a bystander,
"didn't voa telL me" those paps' 1
bonght of you last week were' Demo-"
cratic pnpsT" "x'-e s sir," said the
young dotr merchant, "but they've
got their eyes open-now 1" . 4
There ie ajnll in the politii-dl battle at
Salem. ' ' i v. J.
Senator Mitchell is pleaiwl with the
news ot1.lie t orltanU clectioa.
The railroad isme will ilay a proiniu
cnt part in theconiing Washington cam-
The MnltutHiiah Kepubliuan count V
convention will be organized hi theinttr-
ests of party harnioay.
K. . Bryant wan chofen county
chairman vexterday by the prohibitio'n-
- f - . .1-11 :
iti3 id ineircfjunt convenviou jiem in
the court nouse. - -
Cios erranty wilHiavc firur- tickets in
tin: field the coniinp elKion. Tlie so
ciauet ticket? will atlonl tbe iieonle an
oriportmutv of seeing just how many
political cranks the County has: Myrtle
J oint tnterprwe.
A.N EKRONEKOt: KtPORT
A report is tjeing indust riously cir
dilated to the effect that Judge Fuller
ton w not a candnlale lor governor in
gooil faith, and if a delegation favorable
to liiui in elected tw the state convention
he will endeavor to turn it over to Geer
We are authorized, to state by Judge
Fullerton'fi many friends, that this
statement ' i absolutely untrue
Judge Fullertou is in the tight
to win and his friends l-elieve he can
win and is the strongest and most avail
able candidate. No agreement directly
or indirectlv has been or will le- nnule
with fiovernor (ieer, or his friends,
whereby he will get the support of Fill
lerton's delegate!. If Judge Fullertou
wins in the convention the men selected
to the state convention will not be tnen
v, ho can be delivered to any one. His
friends are not that kind of men. .) II S
. 1 .-. i.n.'ui men tiee o;';ci c"'
that y v
v x'w x -. xt..v:-n v.. v v:wv,-
High School Notes
S . Wait!: I.konaiid. Editor
Miss KLa BkMKU'ii oci'e. y
V. 5c-.x x:x : x iv -ai-jix. tx N
The athletic club held a uieeUin: last
Thnnday. and decided to give up tlie
pyopow I field meet, which would have
liU n held here sometime in May with
tle J'.ugiae High School. . The m et
was given up 011 acviict of tlie lack 01
sufficient in the treasury, and the coni-
mittce appointe.1 to look after the
grounds for practice Wing nuable to
find "ajiy.- itable track Jong enough
for the races! The fair grounds ar
plowe.1. but the grove is alright were it
not for the houses, the sprinters must
... . , . i
J-.lIUp WlilCll W O'.ll il HOI oe crv in-ar.uiv
especially for those in the mile raeo.
All the lovs were sorry for having to
give it up but they still hope to have a
A class in American Hi'ory was or
ganized Mon.lay for the High School.
Ship Subsidy Bill Passed.
WAtuixirroN, March 17. The ship
ubidy bill passed the Senate at .:o2 p.
iu. The vote on the isage of the bill
tood 42 to 31. S-uatons Allieou, 1V1
tiver, Dilliugham, Froctor. Quar'.es and
?pooDerin-j ublican. voted against the
hill, .and- Mcl-anriu .deitHiTat. S. C.
for it." : - 1
In response to some oi the argument?
udvjurtFcJrttiufi spoke briefly. H in;
itetl BUit it Wiii-a l"se i" me ifurrnRtii
iieo'de ti l
i"0 f.r tKT- ccrrvir.g of our foreign com-
te. for under just las jierhajis 50
mrciTioi nisi amount whiw .icmuoi
In tlielumit" 01 Americans, lhe Alneri
. - - . .... . . .
can inerchaut marine uae gone 00m o
iiid tlown until il ha? cut a eorry figure
atuone the nations' of the" wr.rH.. ' '
In course of a reply to a statement
made by Hanna, Clay (Ga. declared
that oj;e cvi,tier gross ton was all tlutf
ws necearr Vetinalizc the- drfiertnW
between the cost of instruction and
tii(u4 J-f' Atnericau. shij andthe.
cfirt of coitruction and ojieration of
foreign vesIs, yet the bill provided for
a .-ubsidy of nearly 3 cents ier gross ton.
Wellington 'favored the pending
measure because lie believed it would
s) far toward building up the American
merchant marine He thought it a duty
to build up American' manufactures and
to encourage the upbuilding ot Ameri
can shipping. He paid a high tribute to
Frye for his-advocacy of the rehabilita
tion of the American merchant marine.
In hisclosiin: speech on the ship sub
sidy bill Frye said h wmi!d accept the
amendments offered by Allison, limiting
the time of the oieration of the measure
Warise he believed they were irr'the in:
ten-Ms of the bill. . "."
' The "vote oh" fhrV't" 'amendment
stootl 25 to 48, a strict party vote, with
the exception jif fcLauriu (S, C. ),' who
voted with tbe republicans.
' ' Portland Republicans.
i'oRn-AND, Marcli 19. Tlie Multnom
ali c-oontv convention met here this
forenoon. It was a tame affair.
Thendejiendent, or Oregonian crowd,
l.ad a good working majority and were
in full rontrol. Thev will nam the
county ticket w hen called together ajrain.
After electing delegates to the state
convention and nominating the legis
lative ticket, the convention adjourned,
. I.EOWLATfVE nCKKT. ' j
..State Senator Henry McGinn.
i.-Represejifcitives. II J J!iher,jFjnder
son Reed, 1 an J MTtlarkey; John ftiH,.
J S Hutchinson, W R Hudson, KB Cobb,
A A Courtney, C W Hodson, George M
Orton, A A Iktiley and. W W Banks"
Altiras, Cal., March 17. E. 8.
Trowbridge, his. sou Orrin Trowbridge,
Fred Roberts, and bin eon Harry Roli-
erts, Richard Nichols. J. R. Myres,
Claude Marcus and Joe Leventon,
charged with haviog participated in the
lynching of Calvin 4Iall, Jim Hall,
Frank Hall, Dan Yantis and Martin
Wilson, at lookout, May 31st last, were
released today. "
After hearing the comphtints, Judge
Harrington thin morning dismissed the
defenihtnt . Eleven other susp-ecta are
confined here under indictment by the
Otis Will Retire.
washixotos, .March i. un uie re
tirement of Major (ieneral E. S.-Otis,
on the 2oth inst., Major General Arthur
MucArthiir in command of the Depart
ment of Colorado, will .be transferred to
Chicago, and Brigadier General Fred
erick Funstou will command the De
partment of Colorado. '
Brigadier,GeneraI W. A. Kobw will
le assignedHo t,he command of the De-J
artment of Dakota.
have your eyes ana nerve energy dw.
wearing Dr. Lowes claeses.
A I I I II III I a lili I
Mr. mill Mm. O. V. Fox. have re-
turned M Koscbutg from Ashland whore hicycle, 1",vlK . tri-:.l. Mr. Chwtp
tliey have Ixvii during the illnew. ami" ''0 has norruwful look on liiti
death of their infant hild. I.MTrowful fae The following e.ujver-
J. xi. I uiiT ami uuv i.simii -nave;
. ... . in .1.. 1
dissolve 1 'partnership in thoir " runts
I itis coniecuoiiarv store. 1 nc littler
will lieueeforth conduct the lukiiien.
Ned Bin t. telegraph operator at Port- i
land, has boun tailing friends in Ku-CHje; -that' my tin new 'bicycle that 1
gene. He left for point north nu thta ',,1, jn CliM-ajo I'roui Seiuv, Rore'onck A
afternoon's tr.iiu. Register, j (,! last uio.itli for $11.75, lint 1 buiitl-
The Railroad Employer's School of ; ly believe 1 win swindled. Yon jf.st
Iatitrnction have ojiened iheip reaUng
a. id writing nxiiu in tlie Hendricks
block ovt'acii etreeta and have a moittj
conilortaM lounging place. They huv
not yet re.vived their purupheonulia for
tiie svhrol of instruction but when it
doeij arrive it nil! till a loiij; felt want.
Engineer .1. A. Merrmmn has bceh
t rant, fc red to Portland and moved lita
lainilv to that H'We.
Christian Endeavor Convention. '
Christian Kudcavoifrs in Ioiig!aand
l.ane counties will Unit iu mind the
district convention to le held ill Eugciie
Monday aiteruoon and evening and
Tuesday nioruiiiiT, March 24th and 25Ml
Mr. John Willis IWr. of lioston, who
iti'd deliver the principal addresses, is an
earnest, active, young ChristtSn worker
aiid has been secretary of tlie WorWs
Union for years.
'.The State 1'resideiit. Itev. llarrv
Tenipleton, of Portland, who will alsi
speak. L- a ytmng man who b-it a few
years ago. graduated from the University
of tip-gon, and i now pastor of one f
tlw Lirye rreb;,-teriitn ehnrclie of
The other features of tb convention
ill be of the very lst, an I it is h jd
that all societie will snd as many de'.e
g:itesa they are allowed.
TA!m cwtiiiw cewikvq..
ThecpuUr Repertoire- Company to
i 1 j Re-Visit RetfeyfgV '
The Frank Cx!ey Company which
played here lat year to well pleel
aivlienccs w ill tipen a week's engage
ment at the ojiera fiousa next Monday
irfseuxing the very Ust of njetn-politan
sm-cessee. at Jsipular prii.
The Csdey Coinjjiny is considerably
s'.roDg:r this year than JaM, and liave
ai nulr.-il tfiie reputation of lieing the
etpe liest jrgintZ3Vtf'H''i' fs kind on the
00a -1. 7-ie-ii ctiiitv is carrieM ir an
the plays and the co-iumiug is not ex-
cerW fen JlwteLrgeI, attractions.
It is Mr. Ciey's intention to play to
tlie jople and iu order to place it with
in the the mwer of all to attend his en
tertainments, will prcyvnt his plays at
popular prices. 10, 20 and SO cents. The
repertoire consist" of, "Peaceful Valley,"
'The Mouth of the Cannoi," "Knights
of the Mask." "FnderTwo FlaV "A
Woman's Honor,"" 1 nd the "Ballet
Master." For the lenefit of the little
ones, "Kip anW111kle. will be pre-
sented at the matin, Saturday.
A Gond Road Scheme.
Senator Earle, oi Iv-iroit. Mid
a god scheme that if jutt into practice
ould soon bring the mcllcnnml daw a
of good roads. In ex plaining it Senator
Earle says: . ,
"Fnt; t would haw tlte govern hint
makeiHid roail nut)s of each cutmtv in
the Fnitetl (States, showing all the pub
lic high waye. I would haVe bad tadf
printed in red, fairly gHd ones in blue,
and tl improved roads in black. Thse
wouhThe pnblishetl in pocket form and
Fold for 5 cents each at all rstoffic!
This would in effect comjiel every fann
er to ecc to it that his road was improv
ed, for he would soon see the advantage;
of having his farm located en on of the
improved roads. - -
;."Seeoud I would levy a tax ot'.BO cents
a vcar on every " vehicle in the land'.
This alone would yield an annual reve
nue of several million. .' It would fur
nish all the necessary funds for the pur-fl
Ke. "The tax would Mel a trifle an
would be cheerfully paid ' by the most
people, so long as it was to be devoted
to the betterment of the highways."
I". S. Weather Bureau Office,'
Rosebnrg, Oregon, Mar. t'.l, P.I02.
Week Ending 5 p. ni., Mar. 19, 11H.I2.
Maximum temperature d on the Kith
Minimum temperature 34 on the 13th
Rainfall for tlio week 1.29.
Total rain'all since 1st of month 2. 2! I.
Average rainfall for this month for 24
Total rainfall from Sept. 1, 1900 to
Average rainfall from Sept. 1, to date
Total deficiency from Sept. 1, '1900,
to data 1.89. '
Average precipation for 24 wet seasons
33.25. Thos. Gibson,
Turkey Refuses to Pay.
I.osiKiN, March 29. A dispatch to
the Exchange Teh'grai'h Company froial
Constantinople says: The "Turkish
Government has flatly refused the de -
mand of the United B ates for the re-
payment of the sum ot money ( 2,500).
paid to the brigands as a ransom .for
l Mish Stone and SJ me. isiiKa, , v .
j - j r V . w- . V ;
Dq you need shoes? ,!ee limt '.alwu
J'HM Wil.tls Bt:j-. l!.i-t..
-li- W",.ii.l 1 l,M.li
AN ACTUAL OCCUkEriCi-
the Mountnfn.Twentjr Miles From
ir. injutou, mouiiteii on a i;;t!iiii r
- .ttivii eusued i
J-.oiighead. Hrll.t. I here Mr. Chcnp-
'U tin- ymi have a bird citge with
vim. siny 1 uk jiHi yai are doing
a.av out lioro with u litr-t cue.'!
ChuitkaU. Sir., tbut'a not a bird
Might to have seen her go all to p'moJs
when I went into a ditch'. Nu wonder
you thought it wan a bird cagtt, its ih.mJ
out of nothing but (wrap iron sad ire
and mighty poor stuff at that.
Longhead. Let m f.sk yon a p;M-
tum or two. lo vou think vou s.avcd
ney by Inlying such trash when ynn
eoiii nave goi iiie oest incvcte in ilia
world, the Ilalnbler, right ar. home, oi a
responsible dealer and at thtt very low
est pi ice that it i tir.
Cheapskate. Well, it didn't cost me
as Liuch to begin with but I've had the
thing less than a month and here it is. a
cutn'idete wreck and I am con;illed to
walk 21) miles to get home. Iran now
see where the value of a good hel
Longhead. Io you aut to get a good (
Cheapskate. I do and if you will te)l
me wld'-h is lHt I will buy one of thfcln
the first thing after 1 get to towu.
Longhead. My friend, I have been a
bicyclest for many yars and 1 finrerely
le!iee that the Rambler is far iirior
to all oi-her. They are stron?, iasy
running and in fact inet l every retjuir
nietit ior a llrst lass bicycle. You. will
Cn I the Rambler agent' ever rrJKly to
take care of your sl:.ghtet wants and al
ways prepared to Piliill the guirantee
on the wheels he teds ana ron - dou t
have to wail for returns from Chicago,
either; he's right there with you.
t heapkatc. I will take yimr word
for it and henceforth will ride ft ilanibler.
1 havtr always uotivj tliat every Ramb
ler rider is proii I of his wheel auid I
nerer yet luive teen wue of, them "wa!k
Longhead. Now, Cheskte, we'll
change your n;'nic. lour new name
will 1 "Gerahs W:sc"' and 1 boj thlc
Wvn till al'-,:ns vtav with "von.
Moral I'atrr-nizeyuar home merchant
whose reputation Svpeiitls on the goi!
he sells; whose prollts are n 1 to im-p-ove
home prnpc iy and whc inter
ests and rours arv mutual.
Ride a Ramble." Bicvcle and voa will
lie proud ot yont wheel. There's not a
lame place ia a Rambler anvwhere.
LMT1ATIVE AND REFERENDUM.
Amendmeat to be. Voted on at the
f Coming; Election.
At the coming jiye election the peo-
jrle of the State of Oregon are to decide a
Vjcry important matter. TheV! wnll by
liieir wU;s either adopt or reject a Con
stitutional Amendment embodying the
initiative ::nd referendum, in what niav
lie termed a "Mild form."
The two last ljegislatures vote,! to sul-
Uiit'the propj-l amendment Io the
suffrages of tlie jei'le at the pedis.
There lias Ufii organized the IHrect
Ltrislatioa League id . Orgojiv wl.ose
avowed object is "the adopt i'.n by the
people of the initiative and referendum
auendm?ui to the CoHstitQtion of the
state of Orccon at the .c.'raj eU-ction
in June. PU2."
Tlie in-posel aniendment is short and.
easily undcr-lood. It is printed below,
i 1 full :
PROPOSED AMKVOMKNT Tt TKK ONSTnt
TloV tiF THK STATe or OKPio..
Sect ion 1 of A rt icle I V of the O-niti-
tntion of the State of Oregon shall be
and hereby is. amended to read as fol
Section 1. ' The legislative authority
of the state shall be vested in a legisla
tive assembly, consisting of a senate and
houe of representative, but the people
reserve to themselves -ower to propose
law s and amendments to the constTtn
tion, and to enact or reject the sann at
the polls, iiideindcnt of the legislative
assembly, and also reserve siwer at
their own option to approve or reject at
the polls any act of the legislative'asseni-
My. The first power reserved by the
people is the initiative, and not more
lhan eight jer c nt of the lesal voters
shall be mpiiretl to' projose any meas
ure by such tition, and every 1 uch
petition shall idebtde the full text of the
measure so proposed. Initiative eti-
tions shalldie filed with t'ue. swwtatv of
state not less than four, months licfore
the election at which, they arc to 1
voted upon. The second piwer is the
referendum, ami it may lie orc'ereil (ix
rept as to laws iic vsary forthcinimli-
ate prcscrvati'ci of the public pce,
health or safety, 1 either by" petition,
aigned by five per rent vf the legal vot-
jdrs, orby tb.e legislative assc.mbll. a;
it her bills are ciiai'ti-d Referendum
petitions shall be filed ' with the secre
iiry of state not more than ninety days
after the nnal adjournment of tlie ses
sion of tins, legislative assembly which
jiasid the bill on which the referendum
is demanded. The veto iower of the
Governor shall not extend to measures
referred to the iieople. All elections on
measures referred to the people of the
Htiite shall be nd at the biennial regu
lar aencr.il elections, except when the
Tegislative assembly shall order a special
election. Anv measure referred to the
iicpplti shall take effect and liecoine the
IaV when it is approved by a majority of
the Votes cut thereon, and not other
iiiio'.'j; ltie style nf-n " hills shall be:
Be it enacted by the people of the State
of Oregon.'" This section shall not be
construed to'fteprive any member of the
legislative assembly of the right to in
troduce any measure. The whole num
ber of votes cast for justice of the
supreme court at the regular election
last preceding the flung of any petition (
for t e initiative or for the referendum
shall le tho basis on which the numtier
of legal voters necessary to sign such
netition sluill he countwl..
ami orders for the , iuitiiiative
! the referenduni shall be filed with the
'aecretary of static and in submitting the
. 8ftme to the people he and all other oflio
erB shall be guided by tho geueral laws
''airtj the ao submitting this amendment
nntli- legislation iliall be especially pro
.,-' i ' .
Carload of Pianos and Organs Coming
PRICES AND QUALITY SURE TO PLEASE
GOING TO AFRICA.
T. li. Kichsrd-on hits docidud t t Bl I at
v.e ifi-i. a!i hii real -es t te, it.cludirg
e cf the flnebl Loiuig io Ortg Will
il Stock of iii:iir! cod-nt I Resale to
f.r.x one wi-l.ina to ink t'i " -i" rtnek.
rent reuoi ttime will n.. ,1 from
iM ifijuljr plio-1, C-lh or in .!ii:lfc!itj.
T. K. I; ifii .ri.-m,
Attc'ion r-.t 0:1 tai.ii f'n.l- b ; "..:;s,
2 p. m. Out b'.-.f'l inr.sc t-! hr I . '-.J
eut a'. 5 coLt' p--r copr.
Lv.k cnt for onr n'-w enr"x of Piro
RDd isnf of ditfe ei t make, in luonv I
n fine Faby GrsiiJ. Ilvo j i-1 r'Crivtd i
tmo now orders, one lor a Grand and o'i '
for a Colooir.l Nre!hm piaro in barl
walnut hko the above cot. Wealohave
t-veral orders lor O.-js.ta and about oce
r !! uf mit enr ljt t is ma Io UT'. Get in
r. with year onlr or yoo mi thi
cre.it liberal eprottnr.it ta
Kt en ex-
pecsivtf int-trnn.ont cheap.
T. K. RICHARDSON ttUSIC
ract of Title to Deeded Land. 1
prepared for filing on Govera-
Bine Print of Township Maps showing
all acaut Lands, One Dollar Each.
FRANK E. ALLEY,
Plans and Estimates for all Build
ings. Special designs for Office Fixtures
Office in Marks Building. 'Phone 415.
j Oakland, -
.. Confectioneries ..
Tae fiprt aa ao-1 nil acl taa
die. f'.iicj ,ikr aal Coc..
Totmow. 'icsx aad FJaft
.n rariod tu.TUHnn Cl
ot Vi fioi.it i;o :tj.
I. J. N0RJ1AN
Title (j a ran tee & Loan Co.
o. c. n'it".
OSior In Uie (i:rt Kd:is. Hare Ih oaly eoai-r-MW
ot 'jiri-t t:c la Doar'a r.:j
!iirj C. n:'.icmtn o T:t furaihrd w
kiic. cuoalT UrJ auj nlclaf t la'tnt. ll&va
1 o a -,Bipt mot TTrfif? of a i towc;p
TJ'aUiu lhe IlosFbcrft. O-iXua. C. La.-xl in
rt. will mO( blue priui copies ot in tow u
I'nlti nhnwtne aU racaat iiort:nm3i lanJa.
Nc irv public to ol&'oe. Ineannce ixo:
Remaining uncalled for at the Rose
I ervins cal.ing for these letters will
ple:ise state the date on wliich thev are
a lvertied. March 17 l!f'2:
Ahh-r. Will (2, Changran, Nick
Chappell, Mis. Ixrena
Galigher, Mrs. E.
Farrett. Bert Howard. Andy
Fiher. Miss Hattie Miner, Miss i';f:a
Fo'ler, Mr. Carrie Rus.ell. Mrs. N. C.
Wbitett. Mrs. D. M.
The letter will , charged for at the
rate of oue cent each.
W. A. Fhatkk. I. M.
I Get Yoiir
Roseburg, Ore., Dec. S, 1901.
State Chemist, Oregou Agricultural College,
Corvallis, Oregou.: ...
. . 4 DhUR Sir We scad you by this tunil sample of sulphur takeu from our
stock of spray material. ' Please m ike a careful analysis of same and iuform
us if it is of such standard of purity that it will fill all requirements for male
ing first class spray compounds. If it is not sufficiently pure for such purpose
please infuim us where we can obtain sulphur which will meet all require
ments. - . Very respectfully,
A. C MARSTERS & CO.
Corvallis, Oregon, December 12, 1901.
Mr. A. C. Marslers & Co.,
Gentlemen: Your letter couceruiug sulfur and the sample of sulfur
have been received. '
I have examined this sample aud find that it 'is almost entirely pure
sulfur. I think that it would auswer the purposes very satisfactorily for
spraying compounds or iusecticides. I thiuk that if you have plenty of this
quality, or can get it, that it will be as good as any sulfur that we can obtain
for spraying materials. Very truly yours,
A. L. KNISELY.
A. C. MARSTERS & CO.,
T. K. RICHARDhOX the coif Bor J.
ero 0't;an Moie Fei'er who ltver
thipp'd a carlosd cf riaaos an'l ur
gaos direc from the factory.
"4'-' .; 'l
0 a t T 7 ji 'Jt F-1, L f - X
6 O Qft 7 lA f iNJ 8
Carries a complete stock of Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Diamonds and
WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY..-
In BWtfett t
E. C. CASE,
Best Rijrs and Teams in the City.
Transient Stock Given Special Attention
Call and see me. 'Phone 601.
My barn has lately been enlarged and I have added several
new rigs, and am better prepared than ever to
furnish, you good turn-outs.
-a a a "a a a a a aaaaaaaaaaaai
tSlEVER'S BAKERY, -J
1 1.. . , .n.l IT. -i i.lrf
u .v. n - .n i wilt m H.:i
(Ii V . 1 n n ia. - I . .
J Leave oriers or 'phone Main 165.
. J. SIBVIaRS, Proprietor j
W A Go to-.. .. J!
i BARBER SHOP.
For a Prompt and Fir?t-clase
Shave or Hair-cut. Compe
tent Workmen, Clean Tow
els, Tools always in shape.
' Baths in Connection.
J Shop on Jackson St. ' J
Spray Material at
OFFICE OF A. C. MARSTERS &
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE.
rovcil Jkl-tli 1 K
New York and Boston.
Ia the plae to t oy pianoa and rfia.
od we bava a new echeme 'o secure (or
our cos tomtra a piano or organ at one-
fifth leas than ever before sold in tbla
part of the eonciry. This will aleo P
too tbe benefit of a cheap freigbf, which
can oniy be aecoied by hipping direct
from factory in car load Iota, aod in
order to do this we mort l ave yoor order
iu adtanre trivicir at ranee of piano
anted w tb atjle, kiod of wood, color,
t-tcacd 1 IH f!eet ia person tie la-
ttrnuicnt wanted. A&y j-erton tbiskuig
of gstting an instrument will do well to
take adrir."K of thia fTr. Lst o
have yoar or.fer a etiiy al convnlat
it will take. aboot six weeks or twe
months o get it ta car tbroogh to
l-otg. lit ire ruber this means any nke
of piano daeired. See yoor reigbbors
piano or organ grt ft aid ftlre ard
we will daplicata rt above mentioned
We have Sva orders a'ready in but we
d rd aboot twetity more to carry cot Ibis
erterprite Call or a-ldrea
T. K. liKHtlM".',
Jeweler and Optician
Watrh (Icaoiu?, Jjl.00
II. 1 If 8IB5
near Cass S
Rrpd is a. cnnI or better
- o.,t tii anv rvArt 01 the fitr. 3
INSURE IN THE-
INSURANCE AT COST.
KraJ 0e,Mclianvm. Ongo
AmUof insurance in f'Wce.tll'W.WX) .CO
; Net gain in one year, 2, 'CJ. 787. GO
: Saving its iDemlrs 1 j r., SO.oI.oO
Number separate risks", 22,309
A. J. Buchanan.
Rose burg, Ortyvn. Act. for Douglas Co.
oi i"M rowof s co. sf w vr..
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