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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1902)
DUN T OVER LOOK THIS.
While you are out shopping don't think about buying before jrou
call and see our line of Spring and 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 quality.
Our Reay-to-Wear Waist
In this line we excel all others as our line if)
the most complete line in the city. White
Waists from 50 cents and upwar.lt.
Here is the line we can save you money in.
Walking Hats and street shape. Au elegant
Sailor for 50 cents.
Our Imperial 3 Shoes for laditts will compete
willi any 3.50 shoe in the city in the way of
wear and beauty.
Gentlemen, our line of Golf and Fancy Shirts
are the latest and most complete line in the
The place to get these geods is at the People's Store.
The People's Store
I AIV-V x.-v X.X X
Book and' Stationery
A FINE LINE OF
Just received to
which we would
It embtaces everything
that is new and stvlish in
, Purses, Etc.
in either Plain, Silver
Mounted or Mexican
They are better
than the ordin
ary kiud, and
suitable for nice
Call and see them. It's a
s pleasure to show goods, y
BE YOUR OWN JUDGE
OF WHAT YOU BUY
All we ask is that you try our
ceCream and Soda
Ice Cream Sandwiches
Latest Thing Out. Trylhem
WOOD & BELL, Proprietors
Phone Maine l&L
Abstract of Title to Deeded Land. .
Papers prepared for filing on Govern
Blue Print of Township Maps showing
all vacant Lands, One Dollar Each.
FRANK I. ALLEY,
Plans and Estimates for all Build
ings. Special designs for Office Fixtures
Office in Marks Bo ilding. 'Phone 415
do you realize that school days
are here ? Start the boys off
well-dressed. A good average
in appearance is to be desired,
as well as a high grade in
studies. Your money will go
farther here, and new Fall
goods to select from.
The celebra toil David Adler & Son's line of
Clothing is known far and near and that is the
line we carry. The prices are right and the
tit is perfect and if yon will step in we will
snrvlv convince yon that we can save you mon
ey if buying of lis.
Here is where we Miine. We have the sw'ell
est and most complete line in Southern Ore
gon, and for the newest and latest thing out
don't over look ns as we have them in the line
The celebrated W. L. Douglas Shoe which we
are sole agents for, spmks lor itself, if you will
give them a trial. We hrve them in Oxfords,
high cuts, also in tans and ox-blood colors.
vi iwucai AiiLfci toLj
School lmoks at Marster's Prus St ire.
Harry Miller an! Fred Minard were
a the city Saturday.
Miss Lena Faucet t, of Oakland, was
in the city this morning.
Miss Madge Carton is visiting friends
aul relatives in Portland.
Mrs. W. A. Moriau is visiting her
mother at Junction city.
Mrs. Chas. Ballard and little daugh
ter are visiting relatives at Portland.
Ralph Lane, a brakeniau on the C. B.
R..& E. R R.,is visiting his mother in
Mrs. C. R. Lindser and little grand
daughter. Vera Sykes are visiting in
Sc1k4 books at Marster's lrug Store.
Miss Lillie Collier, who lias Ikvii vis-.
itingat Seattle and Portland has return-!
Mrs. J.T. Bridges and daughter Au
drey, and Mrs. Jas. Haiiebrongh are at
tending the Portland carnival.
Miss Flossie Shaiiihrook, deputy coun
ty clerk, returned on last evening's local
frotu a visit with frieuds in Portland.
Jas. Ferguson, w ho lias for sometime
past conducted a clothes cleaning, dying
a ixl pressing establishment in this city,
left Sunday for Portland to conduct a
E. H. Ilan.ui and family and Miss
Agnes Thompson returned from Fort
Klamath Friday evening. Mr. llanan
will return Tuesday to look after his
stock interests at that place.
Among the articles of incorporation
filled with the Secretary of State last
week we notice the following: Flanagan
Estate, of Marshtield ; capital stock,
70,(0 : incorporators, T. R. Sheridan,
E. ;. Flannagan and JaiiH-s II. Flanna
gan. Contractor Nelson Bennett, of Ta
enia, arrived here Friday morning and
departed at once for Coo.; Bay. His
visit is in relatiou to the Salt I-ake and
Coos Bay railroad, and with Managt-r
Kinney he will return here in a day or
two. Mr. J. H. Piers, iiitvintendent
of construction, is still here awaiting
their return. M're definite announce
ments as to construction work, may le
School books at Marster's Drug Store,
School supplies at Marster's Drugstore.
Douglas County Creamery wants your
cream and will pay highest cash prices
or butter fat. Write for cream cans
Will furnish you Cream Separators that
are, xecond to none in Quality ami Price
n most any condition you may desire
The Sharpies Tubuler Cream Separator
leads. Douglas connty creamery refer
ances, First National Bank and Douglas
County Bank. Roseburg Oregon.
Always the cheapest.
One rtoor touth of tbe
School Utoks at Marster's Drug Store.
Kemcuilicr our Itargain sale all this
mouth. Flints Shoes store.
L. It. MinanI, of Cottage (J rove, was
in Roseburg on business Saturday.
Mrs. J. II. Shupe retnrne.1 honm
from Portland Sunday evening.
tilen Willis left Dillard Saturday for
Port'.aivl where he will attend school.
C'-all and see our line line of Keith
shot's in Patents.Vice Call, KM and all
Senator A. C. Marsters siH'nt the day
at Myrtle Cn'k, looking after Isisim
Miss Ellens Reed retnnied this morn
ing from a few days visit with Helen
Willis, at Dillard.
Marriage license have I een issued to
Pet-r Turner and Mary Tesheia, Jacob
Fisher and Sabina Cheney.
Ix-w Zigler and -Jas. Frater have re
turuel from the Elks carnival at Port
land. They report a "glorious" time.
Mrs. Win. Perry and Charles Perry
left Saturday morning for Portlaud,
Imtc they go to visit frit-nds and rela
Mr EL Pierce and Mother, the laUer
a sister of Mrs. Oeo. Heed arrived Sun
day morning from Freemont County,
1oa, and expect to locate here.
J. W. Swift, the genial and efficient
constable of the Olalla iiret-iiict, is in
Rosel.nrg today on official business.
This office acknowledge a pleasant!
call and kind favors.
Shad Hudson, an ol I tinie Roselturger
now a resident ot l urr county, is
spending a few davs in Rosdmrg re
newing ol I aoiaintances. He is an
old Indian War Veteran.
J. P. Ellis, late with the M.Vuik k
Machine Co., at Portland Oregon, has re
signed his position there anil is now in
the employ of S. K. Sykcs, in this city.
Mr. Ellis' family will arrive in a few
and Mrs. Mike Jacob and child
ren of Portland, wlio have been visiting
at lilenlaie, passed tlirough this city on
this morning's 1jc1 returning home.
They were ioinetl at this place by Miss
Hannah Woollenberg, who will visit a
month in Portland with them.
Earl (V'liser, son of Conductor Shan
Conser, jassed through this city Sou-
day evening on his way to Grants Pass,
where he has accepted a position in the
Nationid Bank of Southern Oregon, un
til recently he has been in the engineer
ing department of the O. R. Si X. Co.
Dr. Ceo. Il .urk has returned from
San Francisco, where he lias been at
tending the Imh Medical Lecture at
the Coo-r Institute. In a few days
heexiects to W-ave for Portland to at
tend the state medical institute, where
he is booked to give X-liay demonstra
tions, in which he is an ex-rt. His
X-Uay Photos' are said to 1n theliest on
Senator R. A. l'-xtli spent Saturl.iy
in Roseburg looking after the construc
tion of the new Iouglas county Irnnk
Isiililing 1gether witii the other direc
tors and visiting with his old friend,
ll'iii. Binger Henuanii. Mr. Bsith
continues to 1e si token of by the state
press as a iossihlt candidate for I'niled
Arrangements have leen maile with
the S. P. Co. to parties wishing to place
exhibits at the Second Southern Oregon
District fair to lie held at Rosehurg, (Vt.
to II to ship their exhibits one way
fiec of charge, that is, exhibits billed to
Roseburg will le charged for at the reg
ular rate and returning, by showing paid
expanse bjll and Secretary's certificate
will Iks returned free of charge. Re.
lrls are lieing receive 1 by the officials
that a large numlsT of exhibits will he
in the ground.
Srl.r ol I is ks at Msrslf rVDri.g Store
The latest exchange to reach our table
is tlw Bangor, Coos connty "Exchange,"
a large weekly newspaper published by
the Bangor Publishing Co., Chas. E.
Sawyer, editor. The'lirst issue is de
voted to the interests of Coos, Itonglas
and Klamath counties and the Great
Central railroad project. This first
numlK-r itas printed in Portland, but
the paier will later lie piblshod at tlie
new C'sis connly town and projosed
terminus of the Great (Antral railroad.
The initial number is well edited and is
a gem typographically.
Hon. Binger Hermann and family,
after a very enjoyable vacation and visit
seut with relatives and friends in this
and Coos county, started Sunday even
ing on their return trip to Washington,
1). U. where Mr. Hermann will resume
his official duties as commissioner of the
general land office. Before going Mr,
Hermann informed us that the annual
vacation iflid visit proved of more than
usual inten-st am pleasure this season
owing to I ho jirogress and busy scenes of
activity in evidence on every hand in
the two old home counties. We join
with their many friends in w ishing the
commissioner and his estimable Iiimily
a sate ami pleasant return to the
nop picking is in progress at the
various yards in this county. A good
yield of hops of a fine tUitlity is generally
Messrs Supple and Currnn, of the
Judson Rock Mining Company, of 15o
hcmia.are spending a few days in Hose
burg, selling stock in this splendid min
ing property, the stock now going at 5
cents a share. This is destined, iuddns
from recent developments, to become
one of the richest mines in the Bohemia
School supplies at Marstcr's Drug Store.
A. A. Fink, of Oakland, Cal., one of
the pioneer business men of Roseburg,
is spending a few days in town looking
after his property interest ami renew
ing old ncpi.iiutciiccs. Mr. Fink is
thinking strongly of improving his pro
perty on the opMisite side of Douglas '
street from the McClallen house, by the
erection of a new modern hrick building.
School supplies at Marster's Drug Store.
Leonard Kahot, an experienced cigar
maker, has established a cigar factory
in the Taylor building, this city, for the
purjtose of supplying the smokers' trade
with a first class grade of union-made
Cuban principle cigars. These goods
will contain only the liest grade of im
orted tobacco and will lie strictly first
class in all resiects. Mr. Kalmt should
succeed along this line.
Last Days at Olulla Reunion.
Thursday and Friday Dr. Pope, of
t'amas Valley, uasthc principal sjieaker,
Col. Day, Sylvc-ter K ice and W. 1
Wells, also delivered interesting ad
Ytdluesday morning an interesting
Base Ball game took place lictween clubs
from Happy Valley and Olalla which
r. suited in a victory foi the former, the
score lieing u to 10.
Harry Hildeburu won the bicycle race
and Tihlioodman the lulyard foot race.
Owning t the tradgedy mvnrins that
lay there was very little interest taken
in the lield si-nt.-.
During the evening a concert wr.s
given at the sieaker's stand. Col. W. T.
Tavlor and K. X. Wounacolt furnished
the greater part of the entertaiment
while many piom-vrs related incidents of
the early davs in Oregon.
Thursday a:teriioon in the colt show.
there were 10 enteries of uhieh RoLt.
Phips rcceivid lirst prize and James
Friday afternoon Srts: Bicycle
race mile Binlge first. Davis sccoud.
Winston third. Then came the old
mans race for men "who had reached
the age of i0 years and over. Enteries
were: W. R. Wells, tfl y.-arsIa. Hymn,
H, Synis Smiih, 72, G. A. Siuilh, 'i7,
T. A. 11 in Lie, t'5, W. C. Winston, M,
Win. Silvers, Thomas Xcnland 70,
Dave Thonisou, tVJ. Mr. Wells got the
start and waited for the others to catch
up with him then lieciMh out distanced
them again and got so far ahead that lie
thought they had all .juit ; hi slacked up
and W. C. Winston who tiad In'en a close
second paswl Mr. Wells, and won the
race, Mr. Wells was second and G. A.
A raos was ttuxi call for the fa
women but a. there was only one entry
it was called off and a ra."e for la-lies and
girls as call mith 10 enterics. Miss
(iertie Hildeburu won mith Beatrice
Rice second and Jes-ie T. Cok thinl
TIm lmv ra,v was won by Fred Dillard
with EUa (irooms second.
x match foot race 75 yards, between
I'oiin and ClavUHi .n then run, Isit a
it was clearly si-en to lie a fake no in
terest was taken.
A match race i50 yanls, ls-tween
Ward and Andrea's w."S i-alksl. Ward
easily wiuniug much !o the sorrow of
the crowd, as it was considered a "sure
thing" for Andreas.
In the JadieV horselwck'riding contest
Miss Boren secure-1 first prize and Miss
Sylvester Rice then brought ut hi
four Burrows which were mounted as
follows: Earl Parker on "Jinimie"
first; Clarence Miller on "Jacky
second ; Oswald Day on "Vaugie"' and
Gordon Gage on "Joe" failed to finish
In the second Borrow race with larger
lioys riding, Churchill on 'Vangie" was
the only one to finish, the rest taking to
the woods and refusing to return to the
In the lby show Mrs. R. O. Martin
dale's baby boy received lirst prize, and
the girls prize was divided lietwecn the
daughters of Mrs. Fred Phemicntcer
and Mrs. J. F. Hoover. There were
five entries, 3 girls anil two tmy.
XEI0N WKSTER DALE. At the
residence of the bride's parent, Peter
Nelson at Gardner, Thursilay, S'pt. 4,
1J02, tJiiH Weeterdale and Fannie Nel
son were joined in the holy bonds of
matrimony, Rev. Win. W, I'.dmoiid
The I'laimikai kii joins their host of
friends in extending ronlrrattiI:iti.in and
ROSE, At the family ' home near 1 til-
lard, Friday, Sept. f, l!n2, Mrs. Ran
dolph Rse, fined about Ii2 years, of
dropsy and heart trouble. .
M-h. Rose and her husband, who still
survives, Mere among the earliest set
tlers of this county. Her surviving chil-
lren are: Will Rose, Frank Rose, Mrs.
M. I'. Hughes, Mrs. Jas. Adams, Rich
ard Rose, Ed. Rose, Mrs. Ella Craven,
Mrs. Carrie Wyatt, Mrs. Jane Good
rich, Miss Edith Rose, Ryron Rose,
Joseph Rose. Jin) funeral tras held
Sunday, with interment in the (iilmour
cemetery on South iKner Creek.
WHITE. At the Oregon Soldiers'
Home, Sept. 5, V.m, Dr. Leonard
White, aged 57 years, of scptictcmia,
a poisoned condition of the blood.
The deceased was a dentist by profes
sion, lie was late a member of Co. K.
Glh Illinois cal valry and served in the
Civil var. He leaves'u daughter, Miss
Ella White, at fehaiion, Orocon, and
the Issly was shipped there Saturday
night for burial. He hns no other
WOOD WANTED ON sriSCRH',
TI0X. Those having promised
wood on suliscription or who desire to
pay their arrears wit'i this commodity
will please bring it in sometiina thi
month ls'fore the" rains set hi, tf .
THE ALDRICH SUICIDE.
Findings and Verdict of the Coroner's
The suicide of Aden Aldrich on the
Olalla Pioneer Reunion grounds last
Thursday which was reported in the
Plain dhalkr of that date, was the whole
topic of discussion during the closing
hours of the reunion Friday. Coroner
Twitchell arrived ontbe set n i of the trag
edy Thurs lay evening at 6:30 o'clock
and after an examination of the body
empaneled a jury to further investigate
into the circumstances attending the
unfortunate affair. Nothing was devel
oped save the silent evidence of premed
itation conveyed by three sealed letters
lound in the boy's pocket. Of these
epistles, one was addressed to his moth
er, "a second to Miss Gurney and a third
to n local newspajicr. The burden of
their story was the same in each case
and substantially established the sui
cidal intent ami mental derangement of
the unhappy victim. The missives
had been hastily written on wrapping
pa(cr and enclosed in envelopes which
the victim had secured of his sis
ter but a short time prior to the closing
scene of his career. The letter to the
local Mier follows:
To Thk Review: I am going to die
and you can just put it in the pat er
that Kowcna Gurney slighted and in
sulted me lfore a rrowil and it is more
than I can stand. Auks Ai.DRicn.
The jury returned the following ver
e, the Cot oner s jury empanelled to
enquire into the circumstances lafing
uiMn the death of Aden Aldrich, find
the following facts, to-wit :
That he was 21 years of age; that he
died about 3 p. in., Sept. 4th, by a gun
shot wound inflicted by himself with
suicidal intent, at Olalla, Ifougl.-is coun
ty, Oregon. Jas Rvron,
: HI. Enoi.ks,
J T HlNCLE,
W K Wti u..
A S BrsHsci.i.
W S JolNToX.
J C Twitchell, Coroner.
Dated at Olalla, Se.t. 5, I'.sC.
An interview w ith the young lady in
nest i ii devclol the fact that the in
sult and injury to which young Aldrich
n-lcrs in ln letter wa wholly imaginary
and that never more f hail a friendly ac-
iiaiiitenslnp had extstel tetweei the
coitple. It appear that the young
man's mad infatuation had somewlitt
iiiiUilau isl hi mind anil that death x
i-ared to him . s the only solai-e .'or bis
doapi o'l.tlliel L
The funeral service weie liel-l oer
the remains at I he Olalla camp ground
Friday at noon Rev . Dr. Parker, of
Camas Valley, officiating. The inter
ment of the remains occurred at the
Bnkway cemetery Saturday morning
The bereaved family have the heart
felt sympathy of all who know them
this city where they reside and else
where. Real Estate Tiansfars.
Peter S. Chaliione et na
to T. J. Wil
liams, H0; the n of
ne'4' rf sw H
tp 2T s, r 4 west, x) . re.
Howard E. Whson to John Thoni,
fiT5;theeof w4 se"4 of see 14,
tp 2ii s, r 7 weft, 0 acres.
W. I). Wilcox Vt Chas. B. Aotiu.
1-100; all of grantor's half interest in
lot 5, block 2, in tileud.de, Oregon,
Fred V. I-oiigh H ns to John W. Cox.
t; tbes.'4 .4 sw4' of w 12, frac
tional s1,' of n'j of se'4 of sec II, frac
tional nw'4' of w'4 of sec 12, ali part I
of Jan. Oilmore D. L. C. Nu. 41, all i t
tp2Ss, r 5 west, excepting 3J3& acrs
sold to J. J. Whitsett, h-aving a total ti
2S acrt. .
It. W. - .Sanders t- L. S. and E. c.
WerU,(I2l;. tract of UK) acres in sec
21, tp 22 s, r 5 west, and sec 19, tp 22 i.
r 4 west.
J. Green to Roscoe Green, f 1.00; a
tract of lit.tit acre in . 2, tp 2? s, r
Gv. Carpy et nx to Frank W. Reo-
- . . a a I I t 1 f
son, uixlivMeil nan m norm inn
of h.t 2, block !', in city of Roseburg.
Schiilsnppli-sat Marster's I rnj Stote
A Bay's Wild Ride for Life.
With family around expecting him to
die, and as on riding for life, 18 mils
to get Dr. King's New Discowry fr Con
sumption, Coughs and C4da, W. II.
Rrown, of Imsville, Ind., endured
death's agonies from asthma, but this
wonderful medicine gave instant relief
and soon cured hi ni. He writes: "I
now sleep soundly every night." Like
marvelous cures of Consumption, Pneu
monia, Rronchitis, Coughs, Colds and
Grip prove its matchless merit for all
Throat and I.nng troubles. Guaran
teed lsittles Me and f I. Triid lmlUes
fr-e at A C Marsters drug store.
, Wood for Sale.
Best of bliH-k oak wood for sale, write
to or enquire of IIknrv Cons at Conq's
farm, or P. 0. Roseburg, Or. S.TCp
Notice for Bidders.
llids for dig ging and bricking a well
for ti e Edenbower School will be re
ceived by the School Bmrd on or before
Sept. 20, For particulars see or address,
F. A. McCall,
(SUP) , Dist. Cleri.
School Isioksat Marster's Drug Store.
Reniaininff uncalled for at the Rose
Persons calling for these letters will
please state the date on which they are
advertised, Sept 8, 1902:
Kelly, Mr and Mrs Mack
Booth, H J King, Nettie
Bcrdclman, Ge Listal, T J
Churchill, G, Miller, Mr.
Chapil, Albert Price, John
Clock, WL Skoog, Oscar
Green, Mr Vest, Eugene
Harris, Charles IIIB2
I luges, M B M iller, Mrs Cll
The letters will ! charged for at the
nip oi tiup cent eacti.
W. A. FhatkR, I . M.
School lsioks at Marster's Pruj Store.
llKsl-the only np-to-date harness ol
on the market. On sale nt t'.br ltrttt 'n
WE PLACE ON SALE TODAY
131 pairs of Men's tan and oxblood lace shoes
131 pairs Ladies' tan, green, and oxblood lace shoes
OF THE T1ANY BARGAIN
included In this lot, space permits the mention
only of the following. They are representative of
the rest :
$3-5 and $2.00 Values
Now going for
$2.20, $2.00, $1.50
An examination of the shoes will substantiate
When you see it in our ad
Just Look At Her
Whence came that' sprightly lcp,
faultless kin, rich, ro. y complexion.
smiling face. Here' her eecrvt. She
cue Ir. King's New Life Tills. Result
all organs active, digestion good, no
leadachee, no chance for "blues." Try
themyurs.-lf. Only iV-at A C MarJ
tern drug store.
Notice for Publication. j
I.kd orncs at K.oBi'i. o.k. Anc 2V, ljOL
Nolirr i. brrcby Kivrn thai lh lollosinf- '
Urn n--I mriihvr hm M.-rl noliop of hia tnlaui.
la mtkr .mi pwimA lu apporl ut hi. cbla .ud
lhal Mi4 pnwi sill br mSr br'.on lb. lUfau
tnd acnTT. I". - Ln.l UCm at Kracoaix.
Ott-(n, oo rlot-r i. lJi U
Ht.SKV f. WEsT,
on H. K. So lor the I'K'A SW', Sc t,Tm.
lie Man the tnilovinf wltix.. u ort
hi conunuoat r .Hleixir apim .04 rulUT.uon
i Mid lamt tU: ort tark. Jrffmoa Wi;.y,
Jottm Bros, ud ltral o etallh. aji of Mrrtic
Cms. Onai. ap J T. Bunu KrcitUr.
' Koiii- la ht-fb lrw. that mr. SiiIiwt Ka.
brtna; the pamia ani lavlul f uanl am of
mow Ai-Jandrr H.im'.lon, loor. ai the
Coiaiot boiutiax. iutt ol trr$m. lo. thia
uf, bv uiaUial cuaaeat, ao4 tih the lull
aoovfcerifaaaaatitiruial ol til ntrtirs oinrera
wit. flv. wwi crant uBk ilw uil in Alrx-
arxW Mamiil.io. h.a tall lime, ania. fnw a t J
a:t tarbiDwIf is ha b'tslor aa-l nihvt rHa
Uoa. ill uil t "i(iiil w lor l-v. debta
that Mar b mtt -ant"! bf lb amid G-onr Al
ciatxlrr liamiliiia, d aha I at? eiaiai hi earn
Inca Iniaa Ue da'e iian.U.
iNni, thia lth dar ol ABfat. litti. tl Edto
tup CiiHsuiis ALratb Hiaaios.
Notirr ta onvti aitra tSat Iha nnttrriig ue-!
a. on lh-IBti .lar ol A ikxn-i, ItU, by ta
tVnaty co irt ol Uvaglat wia j. rro.
luh a(poit-i ftof not of th e.ial' ot Uror
l.anlnrr Broa. itrvrOMil. All yrrna ha.B(
rialait aajoat the miI vatAlr a' herebf tioii-tr-i
I j arcaaol Itra, fojHrr r OriSrl. ut me at
Eiklno, Iwif at rnoii, Oneioo, oitJiia at
nooibi Imaa thr daw ol Una aotir. -i 1 ail
naransa luJebi lo the ex'ale are brfwbjr ooli
te I to par the saatr I i me.
bated Aaxu lUh. ISO!. StarcL II Baows.
O. L. WILLIAMS
Land Ajcent, Timber
Pei fwt Mt isfartion guarantetil or ik
location fiv. IWt of reference.
YMir corresindence solicited.
Any infonnation regarding tlie cli
mate, soil or production of thia sec
rion, gloilly furnished free of charge.
Address O. L. WILLIAMS.
Sep. 4 DutlN, Ork.
Title Uuarantee&Loan Lo.
BOSKBUR'l, O REIKIS.
J. 0. UaaiLtns.
0. C HILTOS,
Sary. and Treaa
OSee Is lh ( oort Uonaa. Har the only com
pidaaet of ahairacl bookt ia Potiflaa County,
ibatraru aol CeruScaira ot Tale larnlahed to
Uouglaamnntr land ami mining claiaja. Bar
ataoacoBipletoaetolTrarinm ( all toamahlp
plata In tbe Rnaetxirv. Orairon, C. 8. Land I) la
irk L M i. I make blue pnr.l rile ol any io v.
iooo Water Proof
Harness Oil Hlackinz
Put up in the eonsittencr of cream, and
positively will not jrum or mold, liivcs
the leather I'lrnine, yet makes it soft
and pliable. Preserves the leather and
stitciiing from incleuieut weather and
fives the harness a neat and finished ap
iieaiance. Keallv makes old harness
look new and will make it last laic as
long bv the nse of HJ0 Harness Oil. It
is also equally ithk! for boots snd shoes.
sale at Rl.
Sept. 15th to 20th,
You are invited to attend and
see tlie greatest industrial exio
sition and livestock show ever
held on the Pacjtic Coast, (usal
racing every afternoon. Camp
lronml fee- Uome and bring
your families. For any informa
M. D. WISDOM, Secfy,
$3-25, $3-o $2.50 Values
Now selling for
Oftentimes show the need of glasses. They are
some of the indications of defective vision, and
should be attended to at once. You'll be surprised
at the comfort a pair of glasses will afford' if your
sight is in any way defective. Scientific examina
tion free and proper glasses properly adiusted is
j. what you are guaranteed
fr R. F. WINSLOVV. Jeweler and Optician
t f every descriytion. Frai-ul Min
eral Lands. Oregon, Washinon and
(j23) OAKLAND, OREGON
B0SVVELL SPRINGS HOTEL
Douslas County Oregon.
. IMiol ,.a vllliS..r, r.-IHf K.,irM. 1. -m,v, R ..- (..j, ja Krn-iti t P.r-U.l Xi
baiha. Traia. ip in tnmt ( the hit,rl.
ONE Q VLLON OF THESE WATERS CONTAINS ;
9uliuia . hlrt-le
R-Hiad trip Imm R. Hur W R-arll inn. !!. ! f w 1 dT.
murniot the hjiiowinj M JoJay, tL. Twtii. oa uai.l 1: '
Practical Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician
Carries a complete stock of Watches, Clocks,
jeweirj', Liainonas ana silverware
WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
J. M. Weatherby
Roseburg RealEstate Co.
Farm aud Timber Land Bought and Sold
Taxes Paid for Nou-Resideuts. Timber
Estimates a Specialty. List your proper
tv with us.
Cause and Effect.
Responsive to the touch, and perfect
in tone and action, the Yos-e piano has
secured a hold on pul;ir favor aicon1el '
to none other. It is a st.ind.ird instru
ment, of the highest Rradc. 1'uexcelled
in a single feature of merit. So better
piano made. Not high priced, either.
Sold at exceedingly low figures for cash,
or on easy time paytiient,. r.veryone
W. A. BURR & CO.
The largest stock of 20th
I FISHER& BELLOWS CO
I Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Motions
Gents Furnishing Goods,
5 Boots and Shoes
X Produce Bought
guaranteed as represented
iYoncalla Real Estate
TIMBER and LOAN BROKER
LfIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
' Timber laada located aa4 tor mle. Good hax
: faiua ia Imrm prapcrty.
A. P. APPLEOATE.
, YOKCAIXa, O&X
t ) i jra t h!rsle
1 alrmat Urtnaatn
lj .a j S&taMar mat
BEN D. B05WELL. Proprietor.
D. L. MaxUj
Ceutury Goods in the town
. Thone 721 0
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