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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1902)
..Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show..
Will be Here August 30, So Will We.
RICE & RICE
THE HOUSE FURNISHERS
Come in and rest yourself while in town,
sion Free. Plenty chairs and stools.
Y are is the most economical, most
durable and most satisfactory mate
rial for kitchen nee. It wouM be
hard to find a larger assortment or a
better quality of Granite Ware than
we hare, and we want yon to see it.
The good kind costs no more than
the poor kind if yon bny the Rood
We are prepared for you all. Largest Selection
of Furniture in Southwestern Oregon. Come and
see us and buy where your go farthest. Wholesale
RICE & RICE
1 sooooooooooooooooooa OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO DOOOOOOOO'
Published Mon (Jits and Thursdays.
PLAINDEALER PUBLISHING CO.
W. C.Coxxer, Editor and Publisher
Fred Wkight, City Editor, Solicitor.
T. (i. Errir. Foreman
Twic-Vek Pta infra far, per year, $1-50
Entered at the Post Office in Roaebnrg,
Ore., as second class mail matter.
Advertising Rates on Application.
Reappointment of Messrs Bridges an d
. Booth Would Strike a Popular
The appointment of receiver and
register of the land office at Rose
burg will soon be occupying the at
tention of the authorities and also of
the applicants. Henry Booth, the
present receiver is a young man of
this county and has good . prospects
of reappointment as he has the en-
dorsement of many strong friends.
The manner in which the affairs of
his office have been cond acted in the
past is one of the strongest recom
mendations that can be bronght for
ward. The past year has been one
of unusual activity in the timber
business and the pressure of work at
' the land office has been great, yet
there has so far as we have beard,
been no complaint regarding the way
his office has been conducted. We
believe his re-appointment wonld
meet with universal satisfaction.
Mr. Bridges, the present register,
also stands in favor and his re
appointment wonld strike a popular
cord. Grants Pass Conrier.
There is little question that the
game laws of Oregon need fixing,
but as long as they are upon the sta
tute books they onght to be respect
ed. One of the most fruitful sources
of innocent violations of the law lies
in the difference between the open
seasons of different counties. Tbey
onght to be made nniformily. At
the last session of the Legislature
every county practically made its
own laws. Eastern and Western Ore
gon may require different laws for
the protection of their game interests,
but there is little excuse for carrying
this complexity farther. It is hoped
that the Legislative Assembly at its
next session may remedy the evils
c sm plained of. Telegram.
Editor H. H. Brookes, of the Texas
Live Stock Champion and Editor
C J. Howard, of the Bohemia Nng-
gst, were guests of the Plaixdealer
editor Friday and Saturday, and
were 6hown about onr city. As
might have bewi expected the rnmor
is cow rife that there is to be an im
mediate change in the management of
thejPi-AixDEALEB. There is really no
cause for alarm in this matter, and,
sorrv to say, those who are ho ping
the rumor mav prove true, are we
fear, doomed to sore disappointment
We are pretty well satisfied, thank
A Chicago publishing house desires
to advertise in the Plain dealer, in
payment for which a new book is of
fered entitled "Story of the World's
Worship." We don't want it That
story has become an old song. It
must certainly relate to the Money
Question, although edited by two
A contemporary is satirical on the
subject of gjod crops under aBepub
lican administration. The country
had good crops under the last Dem
ocratic administration, bnt somehow
the soepbouse tariff and the rest of
the misfits and general incompeten
cy beat the bounties of nature.
It's a Real Pleasure
to get the nieal9 for the family when
yon have a complete Bet of necessary
utensils with a new style Standard
Range to cook upon.
We Furnish Kitchens
throughout, and can sae yon time
and money, and many steps when
von want anvthinsr in the way of
President Roosevelt, in his Hart
ford speech, discussing the Philip-
Dines, said : "Nor should it be for-
gotten that, while we have thns acted
in the interest of the islanders them
selves, we have also helped onr own
people. Oar interests are as great in
the the Pacific as in the Atlantic.
The welfare of California Oregon and
Washington is as vital to the Nation
as the welfare of New England, New
York and the South Atlantic States.'
Don't be bo skinny and tight abont
yaur little old business. People
don't appreciate your grouchy way of
gripping pennies. Yon'll have to be
a more liberal snrt of a fellow if you
make a hit with the progressive people
who are coming to onr town. Yon'd
better be a speculator than to have
a reputation for being nothing
more than a conservative cubs.
Among the candidate for Baperin
dent of the penitentiary are J. A.
Douthit, editor of The Dalles Times
Mountaineer, Frank Darbin, Marion
county's ex-sheriff, who did not cap
ture Tracey and Merrill, bat who is a
pretty good fellow just the same, Mr
Downing and Mr. Haley. Of these
the hancea are in favor of Douthit.
Eastern Oregon is entitled to recog
nition, and Donthit is capable and
The body of an unknown man was
found in a small Idaho town recently.
In his pockets was $100 in cash and
a fine revolver. The coroner took
$75 for funeral expenses, the judge
fined the corpse 23 for carrying con
cealed weapons and took the gan,
the local paper published the obitu
ary and got nothing.
The fellow that perpetrated this
has since left the state: "Why has
the State Fair of recent years been a
success? Because it has Wisdom in
King Edward VII wears a Gj hat,
Hah! Seven and a quarter heads rule-
America. No wonder the King is
counted a weak sister.
Mitchell off for Hawaii.
Portland, Aug. 24. Senator John II
Mitchell, accompanied by his private
secretary, II. C. Robinson, left on the
8:30 p. ni., Southern Pacific train yes
terday for San Francisco, from which
place he will sail for Hawaii on August
30th. The iHirnose of the visit of the
subcommittee of the Senate committee
on Pacific Islands and Porto Rico, of
which Senator Mitchell is chairman, to
the Hawaiian Islands is as follows, as
appears from the resolutions of the Sen
ate raising the committee: . '
"To investigate, inquire into and as
certain the general condition of the is
lands o! Hawaii, the administration of
the affairs thereof, the area, condition,
quality and value of the public lands,
the leasing, selling or disiiosing thereof
and to make such recommendations us
may lie deemed necessary : to investi
gate and ascertain whether the ex-queen
has any grounds for claims against the
I'nitfid States, etc.
Second Annual Encampment.
Second Annual Encampment of I'ion
eers, Veterans, Native Sons and Pangh-
ters will lie held at Olalla, 'Oregon, Sept.
Barbecue, free dinner for everylssly
first day; Music, songs and speaking
everyday; a grand aggregation of field
sports from start to finish ; abundance
of wood, water and excellent camp
grounds free for all ; no saloons or games
of chance allowed on the grounds Every
ODe cordially invited to attend and have
a general goid time. Committee.
The ladies of the Christian Church
will conduct aootber of their window
sales at Kruse & Newland's store on
Saturday Ang. 23rd next. Sale opens
at 9 a. oj. Home cooking, salt rising
bread, baked beans, cold meals, cakes
pies and various other edibles will be
on sale: nlo a nice line of kitchen
nprons. Yonr patronage is solicilprl
1 t .
CHAPTER Of ACCIDENTS
Carlin K. lovell Drowned In The
River Near Roseburg.
BRAKLMW W R YALLE1Y KILLED
Boyd's Buggy Went Over
Fred Lough Injured.
Carlin Kent Lnwll wan drowned
the South Uinixiua river at the foot
Oak street Smnlav at about 2 o'clock
It seems that voung Lovell with several
other lmys almut his av'e were in bathing
on the orqiogite side of the river from
town, and that Lovell, leing miable to
nwiin had leen warned by the lmys
about a deep hole just lx'low the sand
bar, but not beetling their warning and
remarking that he wnld see for himself,
walked into the hole and commenced
struggling. Little Toinmie Fletcher, 11
years of age, went to his assistance ami
was pulled under the water three times
bv Ijnvell, but was at last able to break
away. Rr that time the ltoys on the
lwuk had given the alarm. John Mof
tittandTom Brown waded tlto river
and in a few minutes succeeded in find
ing the body in a hole of water ' about $
rtr 10 feet deep. They at nm- attempt
ed to revive him. In the meantime Ir
Twitchell who had ltn sent for, arrived
and after an hour's work attempting to
resuscitate the unfortunate boy, gave the
lie was the son of T. II. Lovell, w ho is
ixiw in jail in this city, for the killing of
Horace ltoadman, near Wilbur last
July and was one of the principle wit
nesses against his father. He was born
in Smith county, Virginia, April 23,
1SS7. Besides the father then remains
to mom a his loss a mother, two sisters
and three brothers, all residing in this
Funeral was held at the undertaking
parlor this afternoon at 2 o'clock, in
terment in Odd Fellows cemetery.
HRAKKV.W" VAI.LEI.V KILLED.
W. R. Vallely was rriuhedto death at
SU'inmaiv Cal., Saturday. It seems
that the freight on which Vallely was
breaking was on the siding at Steinman
and something was wrong with a coup
ling of a car and as Vallely was between
the cars trying to fix the coupling, , the
air was released, allowing tire cars to
mil leto' and crush the unfortunate
man to death. Vallely was abont 2S
years old and previ'Misly lived at Pendle
ton, w here the body was hipMtl. His
mother, w ho resides at tltat place is the
State organizer of the United Artisans
and is well known in this city.
rtl.I. OVER AX EMBANKMENT.
Nate Iioyd, the Karlier, had a very
narrow escape from being terionsly in
jured while out driving yesterday. He
had leen acnss the river just lielow the
dam and was returning by the road
just west of the Railroad track when he
heard a train whi.-tle and kx the water
at the dam was making so much noise
he could nt tell whether the train
coming from the north or south, so
thinking it was proIiaUy going into
Roseburg from th north, he whipid
np to cross the track, at the old mill,
anil just as he got at the north end of
the mill building, the train which was
coming from the J south, loomed up
ahead of him and he stopped his horse,
Imt as the train was so close to the road
the Iwrse became nervous and backed a
little, crowding the b'jggy over the seven
foot bank into tlie basement where the
Bash ford mill used to stand. The buggy
turned completely iide down Mr.
Boyd falling under it. Russell Bryant
who was riding with Boyd fell clear
of the wreck, bnt the horse fell on her
side on top of the buggy. Mr. Boyd was
able to crawl out from under tlie wreck
and taking hold of his horses head rpoke
to her quietly. He then unhitched her.
Boyd said had it not been that he had a
gentle animal he would not be able to
tell tlie story. Neither the horse,
?. . . . . . .
onggy or iw occupann were mucti in
Fred Lough, one of our local draymen,
waaqnite severely injured in a nin-away
accident early Sundav inorning. He
was engaged in unloading stage s-eiiery,
tenting and other araphernalia belong
ing to Uncle Tom's Cabin Co., from bis
dray into the car, when his team le
camelrightcncd ami dashed down the
street. Mr. Lough wan thrown head
long from the dray sustaining an ngly
scaln wound ami a bruised arm . ami
shoulder. Tlie team ran from the depot
to Mr. Lough's barn 1 4-low the Mct'Ul
len house where it wa caught by IvI
Nagle night clerk at the hotel, w ho
stunned one of the hoiw by striking it
over the head with a lioard. Strange to
relate neither team, harness nor drav
was injured in 'the long run. Thongl
pretty sore, Mr. Lough is getting along
Another Portland Murder.
Portland. Aug. 23. The second innr
tier in tins city in the past 24 Hours is
rejiorted upon the finding of the lifeless
lody of Peter Bauchene, French black
smith, near Jefferson street turn-table
todav. The cause for the killing is un
known, but a man named Win. White
has bn arrested nism suspicion of be
ing the murderer. His skull was fract
$ioo Reward Jioo.
The. readers of this pajier will lie
nleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that sience has been
able to cure in all its stages, and that Is
Catarrh. Halls Catarrh Cure is the
only ptisitive cure known to the medical
fralernitv. Catarrh being a constitu
tional disease, requires a constitutional
treatment. HaU'eCatarrh Cure Is taken
internally, acting directly ujion the
blood ami mucous mil-faces of the system
thereby destroying the foundation' of
the disease, and giving the. patient
strength by building us the constitution
and assisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much faith in
its curative Kiwers, that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that it
fails b cure. Send for list of testimoni
als. Address F. J. Chunky aCo.,
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
HallH Family Pills are Die )est, '
VALUABLE COWS POISONED.
Ate Stale Pickles which Had Been
Thrown In the Street.
Three valuable cows were poisoned
by eating stale pickles which lud been
thrown into the street or alley, over, in
the vicinity of the Soldiers Home last
week. Cure should lie taken that ppch
articles he destroyed or buried, thus pre
venting the lKissibility of loss of live
stock from such causes. It was doubt
less done . uuthoughtadly iu this in
Coos Bay Railroad News.
Heavy construction work will liegin
on the Belt line Railway, which encircles
Coos Bay, aliout Sept I.
The F.mpire Construction Company
placed an order with Neustatder Bros.
for f.",000 worth of clothing to lie used
bv their workmen.
Twenty-five men left Portland yester
day for Coos Bay to commence work on
the large building to be constructed
the new town of Bangor.
Onorr.liout Septeiulier 13 there will
lie an excursion for tint U'netit of the
Portland Press, from Portland to Coos
Bay. All expenses will lie settled by
the tireat Central Railway f nd invations
will be extended to the editors, reporters
etc., of the different papers. This will
be a splendid trip for all those who will
be able to accept the invitation, aside
from pleasure touch information ran lie
gathered which will -lie of "i-cat assist
ants to the editorial staffs of the Port
land papers. Major Kinney is confident
that section will have a wonderfnl
growth in the next few years and a jr-
sonal knowledge of the toKgraphy
climate conditions, etc., of that section
will, as a matter of fact, be iuvalnable
to those who are t w rite of its progress
Portland Journal. x
The Toledo RciMrter gives the situa
tion pointedly: The columns devoted
by the daily ipers to the proposed Coos
Bay railroad may lead some people to
hope for a great trunk line from that
place east; but the strenuous efforts of
a few real estates adventurers to loin
the yet nnlsirn city of Bangor, will
make the wln.le project plain to the
Board of Equalization Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the Hoard
of Equalization of Ihiulas county Ore
gon, w ill meet in the office of the county
clerk of said county in the court house,
in the city of Roseburg, Oregon, on Mon
day, Octolier f.th, UW2, at o'clock a.
in. and will continue in session until
Saturday, OctuU-r 1 1th at 5 o'clock p.
in. to jmblicly examine the assessment
rolls and correct all errors i.i valuation,
description or qualities of land, lots or
other property. Now, therefore, all ir-
tics who may lie aggiievcd byieasonof
valuation, description or otherwise as to
their assessment, ill please take notice
above stated, and make their complaint
to said bard of Equalization. Other
wise their assessment will stand as
made bv the ases.r.
Dated August 21st. l'."r
II. B. till.LCTT,
Assessor Ikwglas County, Or. '
HO, FOR NEWPORT!
Oregon's Favorite and Popular Se-
Becognizing the iklvautage of New
ort as a summer resort over other sea
side resorts in the northwest, and 4o
make it possil.lo for all who d-sire to do
so to sjiend their vacation by Jhe ocean
waves, the Southern Pacific Company
in connection with the Corvallis h East
ern railroad, will place on sale, effect'
ive June 15th, round trip tickets from
all points in Oregon on the Southern
Pacific to Newport, good for return un
til October 10th, at specially reduced
For full information please i-uqtiire of
our local agent. .f.
That towel sale is still on at Josephson'S
For further information see onr window.
Sink this truth
in vonr mind
Queen Quality shoes w
t ill save money for
you. Let us sell you a ir for proof.
l- onnu oniv at l nut s shoe store
Stimmer drcsgnods and shirtwaists at
greatly reduced pi ices at Josephson's.
I n vest i gate aip I you will invest.
There are still a few small and mcd
iuiit sixes left in those "Dollar Shoes at
Joscphson's." An nnrivalliil npMrtu-
nity lor money saving.
Just received a full line of shoes mut
able for tinils-r cruis;rs and hunters at
prlcen that suit fall for the Forest
King at Flint's Shot) Storo.
For harness, or anvthing in the bar
ness line call on F. Img fc Sum near
the depot. Ks-pairkng a siecialty.
Another shoe sale at Joscphson's
Men's Tan and I xhIo.l Sh-s-s f .1.50, f 'I.
00 and 12.50. Values now going for 12.'
20, 12.00, and fl.50. Investigate this.
Ladies Tan. Oxhliid and dark tirwn
Lace Shoes f:i.25, f:i.( and $2.20- Val
ues now going for f2.20, f2.00 and f 1.7
Mr pair at Josephson'ii.
On account of the irregular survey of
many of the townships iu the liosehurg
land ilistrict , it is almost liniiossilile
liKate section corners without a copy of
tlie iiovernmeiit survey, l-ranlc h. Alley,
Abstractor of this city, hasacomplcte
set of trneiiigs of all surveyed townships,
and win iiiruiHu nine prints oi same.
showing all vacant lauds.
v iiy looi awnv lime ami money re
pairing your old harness when yon can
buy a fun; new set so cheaply of F. Iui
V Nms at t he new harness shop near
thedeMit. If, however, you are in need
of repair Lmg & Sons will satisfy your
wants in short order and nt reasonable
prices. Everything in tho harness and
saddlery line kept constantly on hand
at prices in comiM-titioii with the de
partment stores. See their fine line of
trunks and tclescoies.
All Were Saved.
"For years I tuffe.red such untold
misery from Bronchitis," writes J. II
Johnson, of Broughton, On., "that often
I was unable to work. Then, when
everything else failed, I was wholly
cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. My wife suffered in
tensely from Asthma, till it cured her,
and all our experience goes to show it is
the best Croup medicine in the world."
A trial will convince you it's unrivaled
for Throat- and Lung diseases. Guaran
teed Wile 50c. and ff. Trial bottle
Ircn at A C Miirstcrs drug t'torc,
WOULD MARRY AN HEIRESS.
Spanish Nobility (icttlnz Palpitation
of the Heart Over Their Sov.
Madrid, Spain, Aug. 22. There seems
to Ihj no doubt that King Alphonsois
either having a great ileal of fun all by
himself at the exiiensc of his kingdom
or that his mind is in a verv bad condi
tion. His eccentric conduct continues
to give the moiuliers of his court ami
nobility palpitation , of the heart and
they arc in constant fear that at any
moment ho might liecomo n raving
Ilia latest action to cause conserna-
lion in official circles is his Misitive res
fusal to marry an European Princess a
Kilviscd by his councilor, who, of course,
is the one to look to for advice in a mat
ter of tbat kind. He announces that it
is his intention to marry the daughter
of somti South American millionaire who
don't know what to do wild her money,
in order to lietter the impaired financial
condition of . his kingdom. He also
thinks it will reconcile the Republican
element if he takes unto himself a
plehian wife. By this nleans he hopes
to restore Spanish prestige in Iitin
Notice of Settlement.
W. A. Everitt having disjiosed of his
Laumly business, all parties, knowing
themselves to be indebted to him, will
please, pay the same to Atty. C. S.
Jackson'. it their earliest convenience.
W. A. Evibitt.
Sollr i hereby given lht tlie unlTig.F)
ill on Iho li'.ih tly of July, 1'-', ty ibe County
I'onrt of lm(l- w inly, ortumi, duly !;. ui
nl IroiuiilraUir of the estate of li T. t'DK tiant
dewwnl. All (M-lMini having rial tun Tmt
tb Mid Mlat? are hewt.y nouliel In pix-nl
Uim, properly veriilnl, U me a. Uietnrx,
Uiur'aj c-iMluly. lin-soD. wllbtu aj Iay fruia
Hit daleof liiif notitv, ami ail .froiu tudeMil
to the male are hen-hy uotiti'-l lo y the Mine
lleil AUKUd Kn.l, 1W.
S.T JtWKTT, AdiniuUtiator.
In the "lreait Court oJ ihe S-ut o( O.-eeon
far ISu(lm county.
Wtnoifrvl r. Vlckem 1
Harry Warrrn Vicier.
To Harry W arren Vice:a, the alre nme l
In the name of Ili9 Sute of orecon. von tre
herrby rvuuin.1 lo apprar nj inurr li.e ma-
plaint lile.1 aram-t yo-r in tne auore enlitll
auil air1 ourl oo Or belon tie iith ilav of r
tolier. antl. If oi fail tnaprKar an.l an
rr mil roinptaini axm-t yrvi. at aiore at.
anl within Mt-I llni-. ptaintiff ill ai niy i ihr
Cmrt Utt the relief denan leil in her complaint.
llt: For the decree lt-JO in the uiamurr
rouiraei dot eii.lint betvevn p.ainllft anl le
This tummotu U pubUUiril br onler of lion.
M. 1. Thon.p-on. county iulee of lx2:
rinty,OrT'D mmch orJ-T ! ti c4 Aat'iM
It, 1p1. aii'J toe time prccit M m-r '-y, lfT
the publication nl tii Ninutnoi i nn-- a r-k
of ui conaecnttva aeai preire.:n2 faja 1 '.in
4ar of (N toU r. sz. and th-.l:c of the f. ri
-fMiblieatloa of tbit mm noo l the i'.h iy of
uret. iwri un n nirii.
ai-V6 Attorney fo. Plaintiff.
Notice for Publication.
t'nitPil.SlaKm lan-l Off.r.
RnM-Uinc. Otf,nn. Jun-i 9, 1)"2.
Notice li bctrlT civ-n i-.at In cimiiaiic
lth the provi,i uf th- a. t of
Onogma of Jun 3. ln., rctitlrj
An art lor thr aalrol t;in-r .in-ii in ibt
Slalra of California. Uic-n. Ncvt-laali-l Waali
lor utm lur.' a irtijl lo ail th? falr-
M-.Laml si-- iij -! ol Aoti: ttli. lsxi.
Nt irn iui.i.
of Myrtle fiwli. c.my at 1: ,. ltr of Ore
g-n, baa thi rtay r...-i In tm. ofti.-r hr tl
latemenl v ri. inr ia p:in iuM oi i u- ,
KW 'i.b1, M.'. ol arc. . 1 Ip.is. H.. w.
W. M. a D.I wiil oSet pnnf bivhow that Hif lan-1
amiflil i mnre vaJuatik- fr it timwr or inn
tbao iorainraitaral jCr(rt. an I ! eta
liah her claim ui aad '.an4 U.-ire tbf Kotwt
and Rmvorof thiioffln-al K-K-.mt. imrnn.
on Frvlay thr ."4th !ar of ir tnlr I -i ;.
nainri aa nnc: !.. iti'i". Jtiun nail.
Jr., AU-xatitlrr Thompaun, I. Joliawm, til of
Myrtu t ma. unon.
Aoy and all -r-n naiuiiiil a.irrrc.y in
a'vc dwrlbn lamia are jr-UruJ t- br
llHnrriatnia Id Ihiao&c od or t-n-rp aail :t'.a
da; olOriubir, l- J.T. BKI
Notice for Publication.
ISITED STATES iJlSDOrFICF.
KiSKKt ac Oiv June A', liui. '
Nolioa l berrbv girrn tbat In rompliai.ee '
vitb tbr 1-fOTiuona of thr art of t'oOfrraa of j
Juoea, !rScautiel -An ail for the ai of!
timbrr iaoda la the alau oi l a-ifomia. Omon !
Nrvatia and Waabintlon T.tntnrr, aa titrml- '
m4 ia all th hn J r lajMt .(.liibv art rtl At:tfril :
it Brattic. rouuty o Kim. lai of h:n-l
U).nuiiioiriiiiii!m n-.w tn. om
ttin-nl No. -r't. Ut tbepun noi tbr fi,
b1. ol 1
. So i. Uiwtuhip Nn. Xi. K. No. 9 c
and will offer proof to hc-w that tbc land otM
la mn valuable fur Ita tnclr or au-ne thco
tor arlrulturai r-urpown. and to rtabl:b Ma
claim before the Keciater and fccccnar ol Uua
liloa ol buaaburg.Orrtvo.
oo Monday, Ibe IMh da y of fv iowt. He
pamea a It urate: Frel N. raftic, ol na
Bend. Wah., Km M. I'orterof .ma, Vallty.
re R' S. Piober. M. L ri)uldir.a. ol M-attlr,
Any and ail perron elaimlrr adrerwlf the
li ii . . il... I Tmrl 1 . n 1' . fv.iii..at-1 In fll. 1 ttr i f
clalma In lliii oftic on Of belure uiid Ulii day of '
All vrniH are lurt-Ky tt arnl nt to
treia-"e. Imnt. lisii or camp on tlie
lan.l of the Cnrrv Kntat. lvroiisil'ni:
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3 TIKIS. M. hCANTI.IN.
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fOUR DAVS Of GRAND
Baloon Ascensions '
Team Pulling Contests
For $150 Prizes
Shooliug Tournament, Log Sawing Contest, Tug
of War, UabySUow, Trizcs for Stock: Toultry, etc.
Music by fourth Regiment and Oilier Bands
REMEMBER THE DATE
Address all Communications to
JYl. S. WALLIS, Secretary.
Our delayed car of pianos and organs just arrived. These
are a lot of beauties and will be sold at prices never before
heard of. One fifth of this lot is alrcad' disposed of, and they
are going fast. T. K. Richardson is the first, last, .and only
dealer who has evecshipped a car load of pianos and organs di
rect from the factory to Roseburg or Cottage Grove, therefore,
we are prepared to give you a better bargain on a piano or organ
than any other dealer who has to pay a middle man's--profit. .
Call and see these fine pianos and organs and be convinced, at the
T. K. RICHARDSON MUSIC HOUSE
2T AT ROSEBURG OR COTTAGE GROVE.
F.OltGE M. BKOWN,
Q V FlSHElt, M.D,
Office over P. O. Kosracao,
Phone Main 591. Oaaoos.
QR.OEO. E. IIOUCK,
Physcian & Surgeon.
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faooc, Main U
I.MER V. UOOVKR,
PHYSICIAN' AND SURGEON.
itelai attnuoo nro to Dl
a.oMtor atmUjof CI
Phoua Main Ml.
p W IUYNES,
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Ti ni H all KWIBCRO ORK
Attorney at Law,
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faVBuaiiMaabeforrUa C 8 Lata OtBct tad
aiotuc eea a ipoaaity.
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ATTORN EY-AT-LA W,
Btuiats before CO. Land OSoe and Piobat
buinaa a ipccta.ty.
OSr Atrahaa Buildimr.
J C. FULLERTON
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OSr lo Marka' B:U Roscborc Oreaoa.
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J A. BUCHASAN, Notary Public,
Collections a Specialty.
Man ten Buikllu.
J. K0 CI SETT,
Attorney at Law.
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I'hoiic Main 2Vi.
If you want to go t C County !
siintit, take the KoM-bur?, Mari.fi.-Il j
route. ?i)ring iiack leave Roseburg i
every day at 0, A.
-IXrRE IN THE-
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INSURANCE AT CQ5T.
Ha4 OSce, MrMinarine, Or-,n
Aiut. of i n sn ranee in f. .rce, 1 1 1 ,rCt i.ooO.W
Net gain in one year, 2,i..'.7,;7.'V)
Savnig its tnetnttt-rs 1 j r., Si.i,.V'l:iJ
Numlier earate risk, Z2.")
A. J. Buchanan,
Roseburg, Orej,"on. Agt. for lA.nglas Co
The first Semester, session 1902-3, opens Wednesday,
September 17th. The following schools acd Colleges are
comprised in the University. Graduate School, College of
Literature, Science and Arts, College of Science and En
gineering, University Academy, School of Music, School
ot Medicine, bcaool oi Lav,-.
Tuition free, excepting
and Music. Iueidenttal fee
$2.50 per year Cost of living from
Fcr catalogue, address
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WE ARE STILL IX THE LEAD WITH Ot U
Fine Cream and Homemad B read
Werarn to Iiixrlmrg t-t stjy, aj,i j; ke, t a liin.--.il a hare cf
the trade iu the future a- in the iist, -p u ili hore a l.ng time yet.
Join in the prraarasion 4 well li-a.vl rust"u.er ejn le w-n con
tinually passing iu tnl out of ;r .-tire.
THE BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES.
PARK AND WASHINGTON. PORTLAND. ORCGON
The school where thorongh
always given; where confidence ' is TdeveIope-3; where bookkeeping
U taught exactly as books axe keptfiii business Avhere ahorthand is
made easy ; where penmanship is at its m best ; where hnndreds of
bookkeepers and stenographers have been educated for success ia
life; where thousands more will be. Open all the year. Catalogue free.
A. P. ARMSTRONG, LL. B., PRINCIPAL
ALL SIZCS, JUST 'ARRIVED
Also a car load fUav am! 31itcIicII Knies, SarrfTS
of the famous . Ji . ,,T "
and Road 1a20ns en hand.
If you -wish comfort, elegauce and a
reasonable price, see us before buying
- .1- . . .
Shears and Scissors
Of the Highest Excellence
BUTCHER KXIVKS, CI.E.VVKKS ami C I Tl.KUY OF ALL
KINDS. We rrry in fUtck every i,i m.l kiii l (.f kuivos.
SOLD AT POPULAR PRICES
S. K. SYKES, Hardware.
IT HELPS YOU
t-i k--ji y.ur nind clear and fresh
! tin- daily 1 u-Id' itAtU ti,t ii von
! brai-1 ljiu-.'ht at t"-e
! Wmpqua Bakery
1 ' ive
);ir brt-a-l U made frm tlm
i-rt l!ar, and i always
FRESH AND CLEAN
U9 a call.
mmis k FREE3IAX
Now Tar;: El !,?., North J k;n Str.
i:i school of Law, Medicine
-io.oo, btuaent-LJody tax
$IOO.OO tO $203 00
near Cess aj
J. SIEVSRS, Proprietor
xrcrl: is done;
where the reason
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