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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1902)
DON'T OVER LOOK THIS
While you are out shopping don't thinkabout buying before you
call and see our line of Spring aud Summer Dress Goods as they
are the most complete and up-to-date line in the city. Our line
of Wash Silks, mercerized Gingham, Dimities and colored
Lawns can't be beat in price and qualit)'.
Our Ready-to-Wear Waist
In thi line we excel all other as our lip i
tin' most complete line in the city. Whit
Waists from "hi cent ami upwards.
Here is the Uue we can ave .von nioimy iu.
Walking Hats and street hape. An leijaiit
Sailor fur 50 centa.
Our Imperial 13 Shoes for laditU will comi-etc
with any 3.50 shi in the city i the war of j
wear and leauty.
Gentlemen, our line of Golf aud Fancy Shirts
are the latent and most complete line in the
The place to get these gcods is "at the People's Store.
The celebrated lavid Adler A Sun's line of
Clothing i" known far and near and that ii the
line we carry. The price:' are right and the
tit is perfect "and it you will step in we will
surely convince you that we can wvynii mon
ey if buying of us.
Here is where we shine. We hae tlie s-ucll-cst
and most complete line in Southern Ore
gon, and for the newest and .latest tiling out
don't over l.Mik us us we have them in the line
The celebrated W. L. Douglas -Shoe which we
are sole agents for. speaks lor itself, if yon will
-ive theni a 'rial. We hi ve them in Oxfords,
hidi cuts, a No in tans and ox-WixhI coiors.
one iUnr -oath oi tli
I The People's
Book and Stationery Store
Audrey - Kit M'lt
Uorothy Vfrnon- t'l .tfur
TheKteroal Cljr- Ha" ""
The crii """'"
The Klgtlt of-WS- rtiwiTi
I Troth Dcitrr "vm.(
The Rotter nd the Cty-r"f.i,
A M Jtld of VrHlce ---fT
The I'ortion of litooi WHthit
Ttie Hnllnr PaMlea- 1 ' 11
;od WIIIm It Itorl'
To Have ana to Hold
The Sign of the Irophet-.VB.Wr
Tarry. Thou. Tir I
InthePalaer -u -
The Helwr' . . - r -
Alice off OM V- - '
And II '"
We it v-- " ivni A
SelllnS .--- i S
By Mat'. -
We r . 'tie " iiook
! ajc per w
Rrtnic an: . i Mirc
a rr T 1 Ti. a. fi
W. E. Jacobs who has been in Alaska
for the past three months ret nrned
Horn. In Kosebur, June VJ. l"ui'. to
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cobb, a girl.
lr. C. F.. llotrue. of Myrtle Creek, wag
transacting business in Kobur;j Satur
day. Mrs. 1". 1. Alley and i.ia.ily arrived
hi iue irom a very enjoyable viit with
hum ioik in Lane countv Sundav en-
Commandant W. W. Shipley of thejV
Soldiers' Horee returned from Vortland j,. yart., for many years county
Thursday, nhrre he has N-en on bnsi- i ci0rk ofl.ane county and a-highly s
mm. ! t.evnied pioneereitizcii nf Eugene, died a
Mrs. Ed. T. Naghel. w ifc of the eeiiiiu hi- home in thru city Sunday tnorninj.
aud obliging night clerk at the McClal- Marrie.1. In the j-irlora of the Hotl
len Honoe arrieel in this city Thursday ! hclalleii, in Ko-eburp, June 12, WJ.
from Rarrameuto to resiie. j Mr. I.ee I'ox and Mis l'ror.ia Lake. F.l-
Jlri'. Harvey Jones and daughter. 1 der Henry Bamhart otficiatint;.
Mr. Tuo. Iubney left Friday tT I.os-, j t Thornton who has leen atteudinj:
A'eW.Cal., to attend the bedside oi j the 0rt.j;Il Arienlturc Collepe at Cor-
Ihmii i lU-.tv. Mre. Junes father, w ho is , va;iiP i,as retnrne.1
home to spend hi
1 1 !.
Yoncalla Real Estate
TIMBER and LOANBKKE
..LIKE ANI 1-1 i NfKA"CK.
Timber lands located and for OvT Der
A. P. APPLEOATE,
If You Have
a Sweet Toothi :
tod will find the freshest and best
ASBortment oi csnaies id to
Call end see as
WOOD & QUICK, Proprietors
T J. luMl, a prominent fruit sirow.
r o" t" ! -iiville. made us a pleasant
':,:!. transacting bugip.ess in Koe
r ii. . Friday. He report the fruit croj.
., i -ivti.-n not as larve as last year.
better .pyality. brain cr-ps a
c.ay are ab-ve an average.
..iiher Ayee. es-leinocra:ic
.. , :". r county clerk, was cros
; with Ids many Ib-seburg
i V I ri lav. .ii'' he seenis to take his
, o.. it.. :
V. TV p'.i'OM'pIlU .!. "e ir, -i
c. ii .ids'" 1 cnniewhre at sunn-j
"mv-h-v : e-s:i;ic ;trrivel for the
, , , . :, . . -u-li Y.-'.-iU i i railp-ad.
ml liur-.-i- vt-iniii'. June 12th. a
..itr:; V.-i !. i : i-l -viirje "i" t'ollduct
r I".. I. .i f i t: i i i i .1 lltiniphrev
oUHll ... 1 "A'
irouids : h . ;n
the rk oi the
;. I. rowds .f
t 1 ;i' 1 : e .lelot
r flu- i witness,
r.f iTd'i l on t.;j O. S.
:-n;--lin'eii ion? o-
ir I w.;.-Tr;.iis.
j:. C'ottaie ir.v.-,
T. 1'. Siui;isi i.
M.jnt Alto llan.'.
aetuij bubinesi m loun
putting in lu'.rve-t supj'.; 's, U- ,!.-forme-l
n.-that -KJ tons ot --r hr.v v i 1 1
be put np on the ranch this :na. t.:i
crop beiun immense. He says i a nioi
on horse back in s''.ie. of hi- nn id .-x .
the erase has mideuich l.cvth to.it it
trill tie serosa tie s:d I ! f.i. St ...i
he lay, ie rolling f..t.
Mr. stid Mrs. E. r. Ijoiu anive 1 h . u
lueeday from A-hhind. wh-:c tin y i...v.
resided for some time. Mi. !n; h.
jiven up his position. Lieak'.nz out i
Ashland for the S. P. Co.. an 1 an-epto
position as conductor on tac C t?.
railroad between TJotta'c Cli'nv and l
herni. Mr. Long has many lri:n Is i:
Cottage Grove who will bcla 1 1 o ictrn
that he and his estimabh; w fe ai c i,a' n
located among us. CotttjjC (ir .vc I-ef.
O -v J rVf
of buying good goods cheap. It's a saving to
yU f Money, Time and Worry.
Tbese'are not sale goods, but regular merchan
dise very best in the market, and just when
you need them most to be had
An immense line of fancy lawns at 5c
Summer corsets, (new goods) 25c and 50c
Corset covers, splendidly made, 20C to 65c
Lace stripe and fancy hose, extra values, 25c
DSS 50, 75, $1.00, $1.50
n ujf.$1.00 to $6.00
,e: new20c, 25c and 50c
Men's Cellular knit under- C1 nn . .
wear, a superior article Ql.00 per SUlt
Men's white hem stitched handker- 0 OK
chiefs - 3 for 25C
They're worth it.
An Elaborate Showing of
newest Novelties in Men's Neckwear
You can t feel r when you aee our jr(KKls and price?,
thoujrh your dolbra may fewer, we will make thni go
farther. Value were never o low a rijfht now.
The Busy Corner.
Ist. I'K'tweeii Mclre and Hoseburr'
H-akin or conversation tube. Finder
willcmfer a favor by leaving same at
the rursnKAl KR office or with II. Scott.
lbu. E. f . Stra:forl reti:riu-l home
Satnnlay fr.-iii a few days trip through
Jo-phiiie and Jackson countie w here
government land matters required his
Melfonl i; to have a new- Theatre.
J. TJ Wil.-oti of that city i now building
a new l-uildinj; for that purpose, the
fl..r is tolx- 40x' fe-t The building
will have .itin -capacity for TOO. the
ta-e if 24i"ii feet.
The ladies of St. (.corse's church w ill
sive a lawn fete at the home of Mrs.
Ftisley at the old K'e residence at the
head of Jackn street, nest Thursday
evening. Cake and he creain will le
servel. All are invited.
Hon. J. T. r.rif'ges, of Kosebur. regi
er of the United States landoffice. i be
ing cared for at the St. Vincent' hospi
tal n Tin? city. He has leen in pv.r
Leaitii t'.ir mt time. Mr. F.ridges i a
iriuii:'-iit memb'er of the Elks and i
iK.aii 1 i.; the Elks' itxui at the hospital
I orii.tnd Jonrnal.
i Mire l.nlu Currv, who has been at
i n i.n. ; '.hrm! at St Helen" Hall, Port
j . in 1. a. .'mpanied by her brother Wil
i ii.ini, w ,i-i li i been attending Hill's mil-
n ary a i'-ny in the ame city, arrived
on Satuid-jv evening's local and will
i j-en-ltli-.i v.uationat their home at
i Kiver 1 1. ! r :n no: r this eity.
.ttv I." i l'weeof this city, de
I'v. i J ;.n ,iu !i ss at the closing exer-
'js,--oi tir- i ?csc school Thursday
ewuin.'. Mi. IV rf sj-aks very high
lv o t:. con i. ion oi rhe chool nuder
i..c .-tu:ossful manajciu -nt of the teach
er. .vi is' .wet- v. !iim--iiMaru. i n.se
.radu?tini wer. Ai xan ler Conn, Orace
ihithews an I C'athvi n I'ilir.
Y. K. Orcit.' . cirose, was a
plca.mt visitor at till: '-Mi c Satunlay.
He cainO to Rostl urj t meet an old
n tend, V. D. Kn.irp, Alexandria,
Xoith Pikota, who is it.iss'.nsf through
lh's'untry loomlora .ocation. Mr.
( )i n t stales that Mr. Ki.appw ill return
to Dakota Mid try to in lu e a carload of
people .o iiiiigrate to S,u hei a Oregon,
t 11 i .: ;
a- his is mucn piease i wi.n uns teciion
o; tne state
Knjsineor 1". J. (Vm.io.iy wife and
fmiiiiv. lelt Thurslay lor I' rtland to re
sale, Mr. Connolly liav n; taken a run
between that point an 1 Ii-xeiurrf. Mr,
Cnrinoiiy ha sol 1 hbj resi lt'ii'.o property
in tnis citv to Kather m- A. Lane.
Fran'.; mi been running out for this
stati n) for many yeai. ah 1 w II i very
mil ii iiiisspl bv h'.e manv Iri rii Is here
iw'ias Ids cto:iuble wile. All re-
trr . f looje Bucii '(mi -it;zeii aun
boo" t.i t tiiev luav E'im d v irturn to
Ills "tV Cs le.
License to uiarry hare been issued to
Ernet Hilliwell and Siline H. Lantnan,
aud Frank Parker and Ethel Speer.
Mr. Have Blake, of Seattle, aud Mi.
Bert Stratton. of Tacoiua, are visiting
their sistt-r, Mis. S. K. Sykes. of thi
L. M. 1'am.tt will build a neat ix
room cottage on the old ( juilhogue prop
erty on Mill street. F. F. (Vklereas
ha secured the contract.
E. F. Cucklerea. the contractor,
will h ave Tuesday for Kiddle to build a
residence for N.'U. Winter-on his farm
near that place.
Prof, and Mis. O. ('. I'.rown. T.
Krown and lavid Hunter returned Fri
day from 1 rain. where they attended
the commencement week exicise at
the Normal school.
Mis. Fred l'ilkiiif.'toii arrived in tliis
city Siiii'lay evening from Nortli Yaki
ma, Wash., to join her liHsband who is
in charge ol the old liowen Hlacksmith
Mud machine shop on Stephens street.
J.J. t'hadwick, the Missi-uvi IV"t
tnm" farmer wa transacting business
in Koseburg Saturday on his return
home from Portland w here he had been
attending as a delegate the Masonic
t'ol. .las. Jackson, iiisjiector general oi
the National tiuard, inspectel Co. E.,
4th regiment. O. N. i.. in heavy man h
ing order at tlie Armory Fridav evening.
The company presented a very striking
ap earance in their Kahki iniifurni.
1-ollis Kieel.steill and Fred Wright
went to Oakland Saturday evening to
attend the dunce and visit w ith the lat
ter' old friend, (.'baric Hoval. the pi.p-
ular young song writer and cmi.ser.
who i a! present pi tying in that i ity
with the Nowitv (.'ome.lv t'oinpany.
Passenger Hrukemaii L. Smith, who
runs ln twt n Koseburg ami Asluand on
train 15 and l(t. wa middwnly atllictcl
than attack oi heart failure while en
route to Ros. burg on No. 1 Saturday.
He was left at Olendal to r. eie teli:
pjrary lmslical assistance.
Mrs. Faulkner and little daughter
Eva, left on thie morning', local i r
Forest fJrove to attend the graduating
exercises at the college at that place at
which time hr wm Walter will gradu
ate. I ater she w ill visit The Fa"i- and
Moier, Oregn, where they formerly
(i. itilhertson. a genia! and well
known South Iouglas citien who re
sides at -r n ar ilendah made u a
pleasant call Saturlay. He reports
consi'Ierable activity in iud aVi.t f ln
ftale. The n:n, wl ramp and
lumber plants of that vicinity are all
very active jut not.
Mr. L. A. Kbert. of Myrtle Point.
Mr. L. S. Heisner and Mr. Kate I-n-d
i, of Marshri Id. d-:e.-re to the
tri.-t fonvenlion of th ladie- atixiiiary
rf the W. O. W. which convenes in Fii'
gene this week. -ei:t und.iv in lcse
burr. Thi offi.p ws iaorel with a
pleas?. nt call.
E lwar'l I.ewel'.en. ! the Myrtle Point
furniture firm of J. L. Lew el'eti
i. indinu the dav in hoset'ttr.:. on Ii:
wit to (Vrants Pas to attend a a .!:
fate from hi home lodge, the Iitrict
CfinTentiori ot the . '. v . whirfc c-i.-
ene thiweek. Thi oriVp wa fao:'
witli a pleasant call by our old frierd.
Starmer k Jtayle t-l 150 returi.n
Phriner at their f-.pu!ar railroad e.itmg
hou1 this morning, i lie company mi,
nrjfa.1 Oregon delegate returniiig home
frrim the great Shriner convention -1
in San Franrisco last week. Another
eompany consisting of Ui or ne.re ii le
gates will dine here tomorrow t tl:e
sams eat ing house.;
The enterprising spirit inanite-td by
I). P. West, J. S. Hildeburn. All-rt
Abraham. Elmer Pashford and M;s
Padie Wells, who, at their own ex-nse,
graveled and improved Pine street Ii'-m
Cass to iKjuglas. i" indeed comnieinla
Me. It would 1-an excellent thing for
the city if this enterprise should le
CVovcrnor Veer has appointed the fol
lowing peron to serve a members .f
the board of nsgents of the Central re
gon State Normal School at Drain:
Pen I Boswell, of Hoswell Springs;
J.ei h Lvon. of Irain : Ilolert M.
Veatch. of Cottage Mrove, all reapi'int
ed U'T full term of six years : J A Mack
of Irain. to nil unexpired term of C 1
Drain. resignel; W W Kent, f Drain,
to till uncxpined term of H A Pooth.
these tsrms to expire on April 10. 'M't
ML Flos-ie Shambrook, who f,r the
past four years has held a position mi
the Pi uxdeai hij's comjKiing force,
severed her relation w ith the paj-er last
Saturday in order to assiet her father
in the County clerk s office. Miss
fchambrook has rendered the ri.AivnE.ii.
kr faithful and valuisl services and
proven herself a eomjietent, and faithful
compositor and a very w orthy and ee-
timable vouna ladv. Her presence will
be greatlv missed in this ofhiv, where
she is held in the highest esteem by the
entire force, who, however, unite in
wishin; her naught but future happiness
Charles Calender and wife leave on j
tonight's train to visit friends' " in ' Pi.rT-"
Miu Euunii Southwell, oi Tin Dalles .
Oregon, is viidtiug her brother Ii. H.
Clark, of thi city.
Mr. I'arfleht Molian and baby, who ;
hale I. iviaitiugin Riddl. for som
time past, rwtnrned hom. thi moinijig.
Mis Vivian Jewel t has accepted a 1
position in the Pi.aimk.iler otlice, and :
ia occupying ii case in the composing j
All those interested in ba.-e ball ar.
requested to be preeent it a meeting of
baseball players at the o.lii e of Dexter
Kic. at the McClalh-li house thin even
ing at T: :t0 p. ui. A gang of workmen
w it It a team and scraper are hklay put-
tug iue nan gronn.i ,n nilr sireer in j
shajKi to practice on.
D. T. Pii. hard, the old reliable jew-'
clcr. i noiv located in the building
formerly occupied by I. J. Norman near
the ilejKit on (.'as street and is bettor
prepared t repair r clean '"ur w atch
than he has ever lu'eii before. It will
pa? you to cill and j;et his prices on
Upon looking over our stock of Men's Suits, we found
several linen which do not move out as they should.
To this lot we added all of the odd suits, short lines,
etc., and marked a price on the lot which allows us
the bare price we paid for them. But our loss is your
gain. -'iiQy comprise worsteds, cheviots, cassimeres,
clay vorot.eds, etc., in every conceivable color
All persons who have subscribed ior
the improvement of the town hill on the
Deer creek road, are hereby requested
to meet at the courthouse in Roeeburg,
on Saturday, June 21st, at one p. in.,
or the purpose of electing a superin
tendent to take charge of the work and
coiisjder any other business that may lie
brought U-fore them j-ertaining to Aid
improvement. 1!. t. Kami,
J. 11. Pay lelt Tuesday lor Diamond
creek, in Curry County, w her. he has
six mi'i' at work on a tinnahar mining
property. This property, c insisting of
five claims, is owned by a Ln l"ii syndi
cate and ie said to lie verv rich. This i
the same syndicate which has in con
templation the construction of a rail
ed from Medford to the coast. A re
presentative of the syndicate i expected
here within a month or six week t"
take a trip over the propis-ed route.
Mr. Ray will l absent tn.in Meifvrd
alx.u: two months Me,!!.. rd Mail.
I . J. N . n n is :i it ii i" 1
$15 and $16 SUITS ARE NOW MARKED $11.50 and $12.50
$12, S13 and $14 SUITS ARE NOV MARKED 8 to S9.;o
$10 and $11 SUITS ARE NOW MARKED $7 to $8 "
fs.50 and $9 SUITS ARE NOW MARKED ?6 to $6.50
f: and $7.50 SUITS ARE NOW MARKED $5 to $5.50
All of the above suits are strictly all wool, and guar
anteed first-class in every particular. They won't
last long at this price, so pick your suit before the
sizes are gone
I- ! the
an i i
ai'i and ic
s; i, a ,:;, r
; M plea-ant
new Hi ndrii k's l-:M:i:g
strei t, one d ir ic rth
eating hocse. II. i...w- I. a
na:est !:: ;..res m tl
prej niel to m Mi' ic
iTi ji!is'i,i theN-s!
Ti e rew re pr.-enls a
view. I"!.. ii-ce r w !',;int.i::i , ','T,.pie?
the lio-t h '.':' t::e r' with ample
i-. ur.ter -p.. e wr -rnr.g In the
rearar r,s-:t s .n .K"'', "ii niAy s
ami enjoy ii . i x. !.ci ! i. cream served
by thi finr.. Th n'.i. !! ' f the
rrs-.m tj to the candy, '-.:-.! lion
ary. cigars and tobacco Jej .trtrrv :.T
NEW HOME CAFE
Home Cooking Like Your Mother
Used to Prepare.
f-'indav .1 new rist:'.'iraiit to ! ki
as the Hon." ( 'ate" w as
L.iiMing near the de;
as .1 reading r''ii. bv the
r.-.lT'iitlotls. The foil."
..mpieteli. rei,, .,t,-l ..i. !
, ' V
v tin.-. A
J Mail Ordeis Piomptly Filled. Evcryihirvj; yuarautecd as represented or money back
This Column is Edited by our .Mer
chants and Business People.
Happy Time in Old Tow n.
Itr.wn Hri".i ! I resh eiery day at
:a :tv m. -;
l'J cei.te at j
f!--ks. Ciik-ks, ("c-ks. mi
a: J. T. iiryan'e
and o:. r'.ls at ITii.t's.
Three lo.ivi sof hn-a 1 for
i.;iv.r. a!ii's I j--.t Hakerv.
li'a-iii j-iality shs-s are :i!l rlfej w it's
h.sl c." .r eyc:. ;s Kli'it's.
're.it re !-:cti'n in t.n-a i thre l'iave
i-r !'cer.ts at ..itirea".!'.' IVpt I'.aki ry.
We J.-lt v. r;.
I-v ill. (Ii i T -A!;. .
Arnica Sal w
daughter ! a ' 1 ..
It dej'iits y,
Corns. l;..n,s. i'.r ;i
, Kruptiuis. ! i.;.ii!i!
i -V at A. (' M irster
Mraved or Stolen.
W nik- icr s
s. at Hint'
T :.--.i-Veck I'l :m' llb.
:i:Ty :.ii, fl.-'m a year-
:';.e Tit V inar.inw-e st I.-i;
;,r::it- and tiiinj ju;rs.
V Mali. a': h.,v
i h ,th Ma, k iii.iT.e and '.c.
p. t in f r-".e.ei. a:i i a '
' r; rl.t hii,.; ii...!. , :ji,: ..;
; When Iat S.--3. J;y ,
stadoi h.ii'.-r. A :.y .:.' .rioii
' t i tl,t. n-coi erv of i .1?-.;
reuar ivl. II. .1. i.
Ab'tract r f Title to Deeded Land.
Papers prepared for f lit on Gorera
Ei'ie I 'inte of Township Mape shovlirg
all vacant Land;, One Do&ar Each.
fRANK E. ALLEY,
Plans and Estimates lor ail Build-in
Special designs for Office Fixtuf
,; . .,.;.! OZce in ZJarks Bailding. 'Phone 415.
-.. ... i j Kr-SLBCEG. ORLGOS
Sair! i:i...s w
intv t'lerk r
I'"'.', it h
!:t.c nen t. el i.n-.f a.i 1 ov i-.i
ha- put in a:i 1 thi- j,
is eui'ji-i :n I'r-t-i'lass st v;e
cit. U:de white L'tor iseii.n
hi.n.e i.ki:i will l e n-.i !e a
V i.Te.t many ol our t.,n n -'.pie ilmr,1,
at the r re.stannint Sundav and the
riMii.i.'' u.ent, Mr. I. -i.r and Mrs;.;.ix
ere paid many n.Tnjd'.nient" tor the ar
titic arran-et tei.t .,( the tahles. dini:.
hV.I and the ev-tot n.X' of t!iebillt. fare.
Tlie tahles and ind' dtvmr.iti.ins d
out flowers, r..st and see! j'as e
don.in.itiiv, t n-sjn ply exquisite and
no n,,.ie -.vholesonie. l.iinti!ul and lux
urimis tiinner as eer serve-1 in this
city. The Home (.'ate will ) cond'icte l
a a t;rsti-la. rt staurant with meals t
onlv 2" cent, mi I there is little donht
but liat the ladies in charge will I ar
e .r led their lull (hare of the public pat.
KeuMininc niicilie-l f r at the R
Person" calling for thse letters will
please state tr.e iate on w hich tney are
lvertie.l. June Hi lrC'l:
Hrownson. Mrs. A K
KoU rtxin. N It
Ueani, Hash Toinhs. Charley
I'ierce, W I. Williams. I'eter
The letters will lie charged for at the
rate tif one eent each.
Ym. A. Fmrni, P. M.
Bargains in Wheels.
AVe have in stork several second hand
lurvcles which we will sell at very low
nriews nr will trade for wmki.
1 .r I M . ..... ... t l .
II .1 , V. 1 . " IV. I Lli" VX V ".
vour time awav trying to do the Iihihs
Lihle. It's a waist ot effort. Yu can t
enini! the Yose liiano for the money
'Tic Htrietlv hi'dl-LTIlde instriiiiient
ru.i-ffct in touch. tone and action, as Well
us in lYinu trnrtion. Ileautiflll in desiirn
., .l c, nil, ton mid low nriced. 1 his
universally imiinlar piann is sold at low
est tKist ihle figures for cash, or on easy
nnvinentw. A' (luftrantee with every
Catalogue and prices for the asking
THE POPULAR MUSIC HOUSE
W. A. BURR & CO.
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tor i:m- : se.' t !
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iiirs a i m nmaii I n !e and one : .
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sp-.t ul.y r'.-ad le.i.i:.. ,
t -l it- j h::i;'i.-r ' 1?. liia-s :
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I-t itl -at. -rs
n Terial to ao -.i
' .et voe.r ai'-!rict
II :iM. H- has I
-et -f :il str.o t !i-r'K i
0 :: fo! iijijj
'.it t and chea
-t ti.ere is. at
ii the mark-
i '.l.e 't.ur.tv. j: !
straw lrry !. r
est '-, V. hr.y. U:
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5aed from an Awful Tate.
jWfi WISH TO ANNOUNCE
,r !is iiov opened and we invite
von to call and inspect our
;, PIES, COOKIES, ETC.
"An ii-.ns.st i- the coblert
. rk 'f i!:el-r.-adUker."
jt'l il I.OAYKS, HONEST LOAVES
JKM(iS i FREEMAN
New P.,-:;.- V.'. lz.. North Jarluno ?ir.
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i Hi' iltiis o se
1'fVri" . 1-
-v ;i ai.. 1 n...i.ir. pr
oi:r pliirn'oin and r pair
n'-:u. all ..rk n-t .-l.-.ti
- "ii i Hav
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par. i t,. d-. U-,.n I,;r..,ivrl ;.,ri.
on short ,
an! fv.tr txx- !'" o:' l '.
t; jjn taie r..ris.t 1
.n.-rnmir the Ore- ! M:t"s cx-r''
1'iii . ivO.. .. , i.iililtli. lor I'..:,!-!
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About Bees. ,
I0 von want nnv honev irom your
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lees . II von ui, oi noi one iin-iii in
kix or ke). when yon can iret a ijimhi
ateiit H frame hive complete for only
41.75. lor actions ami ise supplies,
nil n John r.. juiinsun
UuX 3;U Hiwehnrg tre
( ver 4K) acres of splendid pasture to
let. near Mvrlle ('ret k. Stock taken to
nasture on verv reasonable terms. I.n-
Miirenl intetV .Met. oy eiiner at Mr-
tie Creek or Itosehur,;, Oregon. Ju h
iWcCormicks are the Best...
S. K. SYKES.
The surprising thiuj; about heaven is
that it remains a heaven w ith so manv
different women living u ler the sami
$ioo Reward $ioo.
Tin readers of this paper will ht
nleased to learn that then' is ut least
one dreaded disease that sience has lieeti
able to cure in all its stace. and that is
Catarrh. Halls Catarrh Cure is th
onlv positive cure known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh iK-injr a constitu
tional disease, requires a constitutional
treatment. HaU'sl'aturrh Cure is taken
internally, nctlni? directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the systv'iu
thereby destroying the foundation nf
the disease, and giving the patient
strength by building us the contitutioii
mid ussistini! nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much faith in
Its curative powers, that they offer One
llundred Dollars for any case that it
fails to cure. Snd for lisf'lif testimoni
als. Address F. .1. Chenkv aCo.,
Sold by-lrug)ilstH, 7.V-.
Halls Family Tills, are the lest.
I ,,r ii.forii .:t:.i:.
iTou l ire Kelii-f A's
on A.J. leu han n:
.-oiuitv.H.s.m d. M.ir-t.-rs Hi
'ek!v Kxauiiner. Week I v Ca'l
tl.Oth W kly "irejr.nian li .Vh U'eekly
Chrouicle u year; lea- y..i.r
subscriptions at C.nnon' U.k&!tta
I'or Abstracts ,,f Title, guaranteed to
U- full and correct copies of all rei-rds
etiit tiiii; trie titie. can m trail t.. Alley
upstair in the Marks Imildim:- His
work is guarantee.! correct, mid price
Steam V Cheiinweth have just re
ceived a er luad MctVinitieV Mower.
Kakes and Hinders and all kinds of ex
ir;is. Hay carriers, forks and jmllies.
Three kinds hay ro-e, U'st harvester
Ion't i-omplain ul.ut Utdr'ad when
you can get the ls-'t in the country at
Seiver's Itakery. ur bresl is no imita
tion after goiiiclly else, but a receipt
of our own. It takes the lend any phuv
wherever the linker's art is known and
is appreciated. Sievers Bakery.
Stearns Chenoweth of Oakland,
ave rtveivetl a car load of iron cladKush
rd wagons with outer bearing block.
FuUv warrantetl Buggies. Hacks and
ultivators. The Il.unniel paint, the
est ani ciieapesi. .iiiv" 'anus, wruie
leid, tiiN wit'.doKti, tl'siis anil shingles.
On account of the irregular siirvevs oi
manv of the tow nships in the KoM-burg
land district it is almost impossible o
locate section corners; ith. ml a copv t
the (ioverimieiit siirvev. I'rank K. Alley,
Ahstiactor of this citv, has acoini'lcto
set of tracings of all survevtsl townships
and will furnish blue prints of same,
showing all vacant lands,
The German ami Knglish S licciulists
San I'rancisco. will visit Koseburg. June
17th. prepared to treat siiccesstullv, all
iiuc tliseases. Kememlier the tlate
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nl I'.-. K...:
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i-ire-l." F, - .
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lie safes: cure in t.'ie 'Vorid. a;, I i- i--
lailible for t'.nsgh.s, Coi ! :;. p.r.-.r.. hial
AfTtH-tion" Oll.tr-t:! I 1-. '.!!-. ."V a;:d
tl Trial Lotties, free t A. C. M..r--ters.
Title (jttarantee&Loan Co.
tiuM.B' f-ecy. aod Tnaa
or- a ;s-curt H-wie. Rare tat oalj eom
p irfK': ut -:rwr! tsiok la Dooclai Cocntr.
Lw-as ci:;tT laj a-i niuicj cIaib. E.t
.w i K t ei T-icina of ail rw-MA'
P ia the Siw-rt, Ortxon. C. 8. Lasd
, " -i. bji b.-t Kiel totaea at an, i
li'Tv 4ho :nc m'.t vaj2t 'iorei naenl la&da.
N -urr ppb.ic i oce, Iasanno i9tav
Cjrreivi.Uence loiieitcd. ij
,- c.:: ci;i.r.
wc. cm K. C
i-.in K. C.
;.r"s Best Baking Poi
s. ,n:i vi Ha:iimer So,
V.oid In-i Washing IVwder..
I 'rv irauuiateti M'.inir
and call at the McClallen House.
Notice for Sale ot State Lands.
t li s
In' .. s.ick Iry tir.iuui.ttet Suar 4S0
. iiulvaniied Iron Waj-h liiiiers. each IM
(ialvaniisi lr..n Water 1'an-. e;ch Jf
l'.iue en.uu.sied ware of all kinds at just half
1 ri. as.j hij cut on Tin and Agate W i re.
Larve st.v of plain w hite Ihesp-'initcheiap
J" y:ri Ca'.i.t. f,r fl.OO
Press tiiimls. iv.;t;iii; Klauncl, (iingham,
I ',. k an i Sldrtiiigs at actual eit. Ladies
.-hirt Waist and Over Skirts at almost half
i. - Fine -i.. s. pair $lja
. - 1 ineaiid Heavy hoe, pial:tv, f 1.23 to2
v"- ....r . .36
In fact the price will U- rut on all grades
::r.d kin i- o-t" hoes in sttvk.
Men's ami Boys' Clothiui:. Ijre, stock t
select iron. I'r'hvs cut 'J to i p-rcent.
T! is is it. it old -t.K'k. but gHls jast received
lir- -priii.-. Thi is yoir chance to get a
"1 suit chvap.
K,n't ii.raet that you cm get anythtns you
'5 l f rvtn a I'.etsl! to a Champion Mowing
Machine at cut price, if von buv at
This Sale is strictly for CASH and wiU con
tiuuc until my tock is completely closed out
9 EL .a.. A
Notice is hereby given that the State
l.nnd Boar.1 w ill receive sealed bids un
til June '.M. l'A2, at U in., for the sale o
the following descrilcd State s'bool
Lands, to-wit :
u....ti 'tli flii.l sli.ntl, lti.lt ..I ...li..ii
"v,.. ..... i.V,
lift tow nshin Xi sunt h. ranire 14 West oi
Section ltiand :t'l. township '.7 south,
range S' M-st of Willamette meridiim.
Applications to purchase must lv
made on regular blanks in accordance
with the law for sale of school lands and
be accompanied by cash or check for
one-tilth of the amount bid, for certiii-
cate of purchase or if full payment
made deed will issue.
Tie right to reject anv and all bids is
Applications and bids should Ih ad-i A
dressed to M. I.. Cliuinlierliii, Clerk ofjj
the Board, Salem, Oregon, and marked 1 A
"application arnVAiid to purchnse State ! J
Lands.' M. L. Cii.imbkklix, jo
Clerk of the itoard.
Iate.l this Mb .lay ot June, l'Wi. j; O
The Uirtrost stock of 2 th Ccuturv Goxls in the town
FISH ER& BELLOWS CO
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions
Gents Furnishing Goods,
Boots and Shoes
Hats and Caps
Produce Rough t Thoue72i.