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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1902)
UUIY 1 OVKK LOOK THIS
While you are out shopping don't thiuk about buyiug before you
call and see our line offspring aud Summer Dress Goods as they
are the most complete and up-to-date line iu the city. Our line
of Wash Silks, mercerized Gingham, Dimities and colored
Lawns can't be beat in price aud quality.
Our Reay-to-Wear Waist
In this line we excel all others as our line is
the most complete line in Die citv. Whit
Waists from 50 cent and upward?. "
Here is the line we can save you inane v in.
Walking Hat and street shape. An elegant
. Sailor for 50 cents.
Our Imperial 3 Shoes for ladUs will compete
with any f3.50 shoe iu 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 celebrated David Adler & Son's line of
Clothing in known far and near and that is the
line we carry. The prices , are right and tin
lit is perfect and if you will step in we will
sure-lv convince you' that we can nave you mon
ey if buying of us.
Here is w here we shine. We have the liveli
est and most complete line in Southern Ore
gon, and for the newest and latest thing out
don't over look us as we have them in the line
The celebrated W. L. Houjilas Shoe which wo
are sole agents for, (--peak for itself, if you will
give them a trial. Wehrvethem in Oxford)!,
high cuts, also in tuns aud ox-blood colors.
The place to get these geods is at the People's Store.
One donr south of the
The People's Store w-
School books-ot Marnier' Drug Store.
B. F. Wells, of Olalla, is iu Koseburg
Mrs. "Duffy" Farrier and little child
were passengers on this morning's local
for Salt Lake city where Mr. Farrier is
now employed as conductor on the I . I .
Dr. O. F.. Smith, a well known phy
sician of MarsMeld, and brother-in-law
of D. S. West, our citv rccordor, came
in from Coon count v Monday and left
f r F.ngene Tuesday morning on business.
He contemplates attending the annual
meeting of the Oregon State Medical
Society at Portland iiefore returning
home. Regarding the projected tians
contincntal railroad to Coos Bay, Dr.
Smith said : "A railroad to Salt Lake
does not concern us as much as a rail
road to P.oseburg. - A direct railway
connection with IJosoburg would' make
ns feel as if we were part of Oregon.
j I'tali and others states do not bother us
in the least. A rail raid to Koseburg is
what we desire. It would help Cocks
county a great deal ami brine na in
closer touch with the rest of the state.
No right of-wav will be given the new
company gratis ; a fair and reasoual Is
nrioe will lie asked for cverv piece of
land through which the road may ex
tenth" Dr. Sniit.i recited past incidents
connected with I'oos county Imonis and,
the result, bo thinks, account for the
calm maimer in which me nay jnnpw
meet this new oroitosition of railway
I Communication with their territory.
AT THE OIL WELL.
Drilling Operations to be Resumed
Book and SUtionery Store
A FINE LINE OF
Just received to
which we would
It embiaces everything
that is new and stvlish in
Of Local Interest.
in either Plain, Silver
Mounted or Mexican
They are better
than the ordin
ary kind, and
suitable for nice
Call and see them. It's a
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 Oat. Try ihem
WOOD & BELL, Proprietors
Phone Maine 1S3-
Abstract of Title to Deeded Land.
Papers preparodfor filing on Govern
Blue Prints of Township Maps showing
aU "scant Lands, One Dollar Each.
FRANK I. ALLEY,
Plans and Estimates for all Build
Special designs for Office Fixtures
Office i i Marks Building . 'Phone 415
School supplies at Marster's Drug Store.
Mrs. E. J. AVxl is visiting in Oak
land. Miss Eflie' Collins returned Tuesday
evening from Portland.
Osit. Peters, of Oakland, was a Tiose
bniy visitor this week.
O. B. Caiumn returned from Portland
Tuesday evening and Mrs. Cannon leit
this morning for a visit with Portland
School supplies at Marster's Drug Store.
Oregon City waterwheels take all the
flow of the Willamette river these Sep
teinler days, putting tin' -li-foot falls
out of Imsincss. It will not last lon?r.
Mrs. L. F. Orpurd, of lttage (Jrove,
hi guest of her sister, Mrs. W. C. Con
ner, while in attendance at the . I.
T. I, convention, as a delegate.
School Uioks at Marster's Img Store
II. W. Kruse and Hugh Warnock of
DimlKir Nebraska, who have leen visit
ing the family of Ho n. J. II. Shupe of
this city left thin morning for Portland
on their return home.
Mr. J. ( J. Dav and two grandchild
ren, who have been taking their outing
at the Ihiy mine at Olalla, were passen
gers on Wednesday's" local for their
bourn in Portland. I-ast Sunday Mr.
Day bad the misfortune to sptain her
knee, making it necessaiy for her toii9e
J. A. Strole-k, a prominent business
man of HornbnMik, California, and Con
ductor Ed Tynan, of Ashland, were
!issen!ers on this morning's hical for
Oakland, where they will spend the day
with Mr. Tynan's parents, returning to
Uoselrtirg this evening.
School supplies at Marster'a I Irng Store
S. M.Philiot, of Nebraska, who with
his family has been visiting relatives in
1 1. Willamette Vallev. stopm.! off in
l:os.-lKirg Weilnestlay to visit with bis
aunt, Mrs. W. A. Prater, while on las
return home. This office was favor, d
with a plea ant call.
Suecial mail service ha -lx'!! cUl-
lislied from Neskowin to Emma, Tilla
mook County, and on September 15. j
the post offices at Oak, Coos County,
and Thatcher, aslungton tnnty, will
be discontinuol. Mail for the former
will be -deli verod at Bridge,- and the
latter at Forest i i n ve.
School books at Marster's Drug Ptore.
Douglas County Creamery wants your
cream aud w ill iay highest cash pnees
or butter fat. Write for cream cans.
Will furnish you Cream Separators that
are second to none in Quality and Price
on most any condition you may desire.
TKe Sharpies Tubuler Cream Sejmratnr
leads. Douglas county creamery ren-r-ances,
First Rational Bank and Douglas
.County Bank, Roeburg On-gon.
The Fall, the Fall,
The beautiful Fall,
How I do love the Fall.
The most beautiful
part of Fall is:
our prices always
fall in the Fall.
a Never so much
goodness crowded into
g values as you will find
o in our store to-day.
7 An n a
School hooka at Marster's Drug Store,
Jamie Smuk -sint weinelay in
Miss Fannie Canioltcll, of West Rose-
litirg, is visiting at Rice Hill.
A full line of Whitterniore jMlishes
constantly on handsit Flinta sho itor
The enrollment of the Roselnirg pub
lic schools on the opening day was 4Si.
S-hool supplies at Marster's Drugstore
Oet. the l.llh. Hlli. 15th. will 1
Dr. . Lwwe's next dales in Rosrlnirs.
Cut this out.
Sthool Uks at Marster's 1'rug Store
Thos. A. Bury, of the Roseburg Real
Estate Co.. is now in Coos count von
Secial l:ui! agent E. D. Stratford, i
lookini; after government land matters
in the vicinity of Oariliner.
John dillxiv, of St. I aul, who is 111
terc tel in Etlenbower fniit farms, is in
this rity on business.
Fred Poojuet and w ife, w ho have I ecu
attendiu? the Portland Carnival retnni-
el home last night.
The W. C. T. U. goU medal contest
w ill be held at the Roselmrg Theater
t"night. Adiuission 25 cents.
Mrs. Jessie Clements ami little daugh
ter, who havelieen visiting with relatives
near Herniate, returned "Wednesday
Wm. an P.urcn anl w lie have re
turned home fmru Fesittle ami Portland
where t her were attending the c.irni-
Dtputy Siicriff MiC'lallen informs ns
that under the law all uniaid taxes
IwsxKnes deliiujuent after the first Mon
day in Octoln-r.
Mies Elizabeth Parn.tt, left Wed
dav mondnn lor Pendleton. whre she
will resume her position in the IVndl
ton Public Schools.
Dr. S. Hamilton avoinjiniel by his
daughter Stella, returnwl Tuesday
evening from Portland wliere they were
visiting Dr. Luther Hamilton.
Sehoi A supplies at Marster's Drug Store,
C. O. Younger, the popular S. I
Knineer, who has been visiting friends
inthiseity, returne! to Edgewood Calif.,
Wtsliielay to resume his run.
" Say, they are beauties !" Where did
rirti uet them? Whv at Flints shoe
stire of course, its the only place to get
shoes in town. Tliey are Qneen tiuality
Mrs. William Nail snicUle.1 at Klam
ath Falls Monday afternoon She used
a revolver to i-rform the deed anil the
bullet entered near the heart. Iconics-
tic trouble was the cause of the deed
II. E. Ankeney is making a rich clean
up in bis Sterling I'lai-er Mine in Jack
:n county. A firtii nugget was picked
ip in his mine recently, and he lias just
dcjiosited a gold brick weighing several
pounds, in the MeIfird Rank.
Col. I D. Kinney of the Great Cen
tral Railroad Company, arrivtsl in this
rity last nij:ht from Co Comity. Mr
Kinney says the great Central is a sure
go and will undoubtedly con e out from
the Coast by the way of MyrtlejPoint to
A. A. Fink, of Oakland, 'California,
w bo owns the corner lot opsisite the
McClallen hotel, Ir s dei-ided nt to im
prove the pricrty on account of Ids ex
tensive proerty intersts in California,
but w ill offer this valuabln lot for sale.
Here is a chance for a good and safe in
lUker City Herald : M iss Ida Thomas
of Cottage tirove, formerlv ponnwUI
with the local telephone office, and re
cently in charge of the new station ol
the Postal Telegraph company at Rose
burs, has returned to the '"ilv and ac-
cclc I the oierator's desk with Mana-
ger Porter. Miss Thomas made many
fr.ends during her previous stav here
and bi'r return is welcomed.
W. F. A rant, of Klamath Falls, form
erly of this county, has lisen renewing
old acnaintances in Roseburg and Coles
Valley for the past ten days, and attend
ing the funeral of his mother, who died
Monday. Mr. Arant was recently ajs-
Miinted sujicrintendciit of the Crater
Ijike National Park, and will probably
assume ins oiiiciai unties as soon as lie
arrives home. He favored the Pi.ais
01:1. i:k w itli a pleasant call today
At a meeting of the Eugene (inn Club
lately arrangements were 111 ide for
grimd blue rock shoot to lie held durii
tho Eugene fctrcct Fair and Carnival
September 24.27. Purses to tho amount
of f 100 have been hung up- and prizes
for amateurs will lie offered, lnvita
lions will Iks sent to marksmen at Port
land, Salem, Albany, Roseburg an
others places to take nart in the shoot
Mr. and Mrs. J,. r. Norton arrive
here Tuesday from Marsh field, enroute
to Portland. After doing tho earuiva
they will attend the state fair, aft
which they will, of course, lie In attend
ance at t lie I tistriet fair at this place.
Mr. Norton will hrfve at least one of his
fine hoises here for the races. In shak
ing of the Jfuir to lie held here Mr.
N'r(onsiiid there would be a large dele.
TOZIER BAMSY. At the residence
of A. J. Adams(in Roseburg, Oregon,
Monday evening, Sept. 8, RAT.', Mr. r,
M.Toxicr and Mi.-s llattie Ram-y.
Rev. S. A. iMiglas ollii-ialing.
Manv friends wish them a long life of
prosperity and happiness.
KENNEDY 1 1 I At the re.-i.ln..
id Frank Kenue-lv. in Roschuri:. at
n.ton. S pt. 10, psii, W. (J. KeuiKsly
uud Mrs. E. J. tiird, Jnstiv J. A.
The groom is juite well known in
this rity, 1 ing a brother of Frank Ken
nedy of this city. He was a Sianish
American war veteran, hiving W-cn a
mcnilicr of Coiiip;iiiy K 2nd Oregon.
The bride i a sister tf Mrs. Kennedy.
The wedding as a very .pliet affair, on
ly immediate relatives of rhe couple U
iug prwiit. Mr. and Mrs. Keni.oly
will make their home at IVrrydale,
Polk county. The 1'LAiNOKtLkB extends
The contract for drilling the lirt 1500
fe't of the oil well of the Uiniiia Val
ley Oil Company, at Myrtle Creek, was
completed recently and so well pleased
is the company and principal stock liold
era with the splendid prospects at this
plh of striking oil 111 paying quanti
ties by going a little further dow n, that
a little more stock has been placed on
the market and is readily taken at 30
cents a share, the receipts from which
will be used in siuking the well 500 feet
deeper if necessary. Mr. Marsh, the
company's driller, who It an exjcrt iu
his line of work, having had yearn of
exericnce in the Pennsylvania and Vir
ginia oil fields, is very sanguine over
the outcome of the drilling operations
at this well and is securing all the land
he can in the immediate vicinity of this
plant. By President McCoy and Scre
tary Marsters we are informed that
plenty of means are at hand to continue
drilling orations and that Mr. Marsh
the driller, has been instructed to re
sume active operations, at the well
again next week. The drill now being
in fine oil sands with considerable oil in
evidence it is generally predicted that
only a little further down oil of a fine
ipiality wiH be struck in paying (i anti
ties. J nc oincers 01 the company as
well as the "stockholders, an jubilant
over their b-ight r.rospects, Mr. Marsh
having staled that the present forma
tion encountered in the' drilling opera
tions !eiug more like the Pennsylvania
oil product stratas than anv h ) has
heretofore encountered on thisrt.
FAIRFIELD. At tirants Pa.-s, Mon
day. Sid. 8. Pr Mrs. K. II. Fair-
field, agvd 30 years.
The deceased was a stejedanghtcr f
;. W. Alderson, irf Cleveland, her maid
en name ls-inc Miss Ratcman. The
l1y was brought here and the funeral
anil interment took place at French
Settlement Tuesday, Rev. S. A. Drtigbs
colulm tile the Ss-rvices. A hub""!
ami three Miiailcliiidren are left to
mourn their irreparable los.
Another Shoe Sale
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 HANY BARGAIN
included in this lot, space permits the mention
only of the following. They are representative of
the rest :
$3-5 $3-f and $2.00 Values
Now going for
$2.20, $2.00, $L50
$3-25$3-oo $2.50 Values
Now selling for
$2.20, $2,00, $L75
An examination of the shoes will substantiate
Mrs. arah Souf, widow- of Jacob
.oiir, died at her horn? ner Winston,
Orc-oii. isept. 1st P.Hr. m-at was
caused by droy, from which sh stif
ercd for more than two vears.
Mrs. MMnr. w liose mailen iiau e wn?
Carlondwas Lorn in Charon, Pen a., tW
r.'thdiivot Aug. --, inoveil io near
Fraukfort Keimu kj in 1.V. Wis mar
ritsl to t;. W. Thomioii in M. Was
left a widow in I IS. Crsed the plains
in an ox wagon in Wa riarriil
t P. J. Sjsntr at forvallis Feb. 1", 1K.1.
They moved to lou;;!a ti., aft rwanl,
where they have residl since uti jl Feb.
7, when her husband pa-sed awar.
Since his ileith, her death hS l-ll
hourly eSsvtil. She mas willing and
anxious to jn home l rest. Mie aas II.
mother leu children, live k wliolil
survives her: Mrs. J. W. f?t'ry, Mr.
lora While, Mrs. S. Campbell,
Frank Ssur and Mrs. J5. D. Si lilli.
When you see it in our ad its so. Everything guaranteed as represented
l v "va m m .m am a . .
Cass St. Meat Market.
Let us call for vouc orders.
Title Uuarantee&Loan Co.
BOSEBL Kti. OSEUO.X,
noty. tad TreM
4 Headache .
Oftentimes show the need of glasses.
some of the indications of defective vision, and
Shatters All Records
Tiv in hpital, F. A. Gultedge,
Verbena, Ala., paid a vast sum to d--tor
t core a severe -ae of pil, cam
inj 21 tumors. When all failed, Puck-h-n's
Ami. Salve soon cnnsl him.
ubilues Intlaniation, ciiiut? Aches,
kills Pains. Pest salve in tls World
?V at A C Marsters dnig store.
AHANT 111 Coles Valley, Sept. It, P.M,
Mrs. Mary J. Arant, aged alut 70
The deceases! was an Oregon pioneer
of 1S52. atnl with her hiiband was
anions the carl'ii-st settlers cf this coun
ty, the was a sister of the late lion.
John Kmmit. Hie leaves four sons, W
F., K. J., Arthur and Mai ion Arant,
tlie former of whom is now sujs'rinten-
dant of the Crater !.ake National Park.
Twodauirhter.-- also survive. The fun
eral was held at French fk-ttlement
Wcdnelay aftern-oiit Ilev. S. A. Img-
las conducting the services.
WtMiDUl'FF In Kusvlmrg, Spl- 8,
l'Jtr, t Mr. and Mrs. P.yn.n Woo l
ruff, an eight uud girl.
HaHrUbrtrbTttTrn th.t the n'ldrr.irr-l
mt,oa the I ah l.r o Ausm.u 11. hy Lke
ConatT coat ol u;lai eounif n-tan.
4ul ppnlt rrmtar of U.rt.l nt H.-ntf
Oanlner Broon. drmsl, AilpemfM h.rf
H.itna fiB.t ih rll- MRl not-
6rl io prrni iitra. prr jr itnw I. tn i
K.ktnn. IViu cvraotf; "oton, iOia jt
montbf Itoni tb dt at thi nsn- , an J a. I
mnoti iulr)a4 la thr '! re kvnrty nolt-
Office la lb Court ilotu. Hit. ibcoalreoa-
pietcsFt oi uatnet buitkt la Uoulu Coaalf.
inianiiMurvKiin oi iiu rarnuc'ra io
IxsifiMcountr UikI .wt nintatcUiau. H.t.
piat. la th Kowborf, OtTT. D. 8. Iaa4 III I
irx;l. W i I make biu wil l cofiootur un. 1
1900 Water Proof
Uaraess Oil Hlackiiif
ftrt Io paf r Mtar 1 m.
(li AU(UU 1KB. lfJ-
Put up in thecKisistency of cream, and
pritive)y will nit gum or mold, tiives
the le:ither firmness, yet makes it soft
and pliable." Preserves tin leatlier and
stitcliiug from inclement watlM"r and
give the banw -s a neat and finishel ap
1 valance. Keally makes 'A harness
.ilc new and will niake it la,-t tiiiD as
long by the n of I'JU Harness i d. It
is aiso eiuillv gi for Iss-ts n! shs.
Manc.faclurol by J. W. MOTK. R.e
bur, trvn. On rale at lilodiMt's
Harness slioji. 'jPl
i should be attended to at once. You'll be surprised
4 at the comfort a pair of glasses will afford if your
sight is iu auy way defective. Scientific examina-
tion free and proper glasses properly adjusted is
what you are guaranteed here. .3
R. F. WINSLOW, Jeweler nd Optician T
I A, SALZMAN I
a Practical Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician
A Bay's Wild Rids for Life.
With family around exiwcting him tol
die, and as on riding for life, IS miles
to get Ir. King's New Piscovt ry for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, . II.
P.rown. of I-sville. Ind.. endunvt
death's agonies from asthma, but this
woiKieniii meoicine gave liisiani n-uei
and flKasaii curel him. lie writes: "I
now sleen soundly every night. Like
marvelous cures of Consumption, Pneu
monia, P.ronchitis, (Mighs, Colds and
rip prove its matchless merit for all
Throat and Lung troubles. Cluaran-j
teed bott!cs5ov ami ft. Tri:l Is.ttles
free at A C Marsters drug store.
KnOrv l bcrrb rlvrn lhal w. ti'tnty Ko-
U-rt lUrallloo m4 ilhr.ii Allmla llam(IUo ,
brine l. rrol and Uvlul ct anl-an t '
Itrnrvc ll-iiuW Uwmillnti. al!.r. aii .1 Ibe i
Ctmnij- ol liuia. suw oi Ow i. !. ihl!
ly, oy luaiuai cumrni! aui wim oi itt'
t-1. (ivf aixl Kraut anio tii ail .-rg aim- !
aalf llawiiion. nis iuii wmr, m pwn. w
Hi lor bimx-ll la hit buiava ma-i othrr rrla- :
txinv We till not if mpmiiiMf k im aeon,
lhi ma be mniiarud br Ue uH Iw-or. 1-,
riaixlrr Hamillnn, nor hall claim kit earn-1
lnr Iron tb oaie Mmi.
. . ... . . . .. a . T - i
b.f Msl, mia in aayoi nn., i k. iott
bunt. tia. SVDMT k-ikckt Hinms,
Itids for digging and bricking a well
r the tdenlsiwer hcliool will w re-!
ceived by the Sdiool Boanl on or Iiefore
Kept. 3), Fr particulars see or address,
F. A. McCai.i.,
(SUP) Pist. Clerk
Look At this Money Maker.
Notice for Publication.
!.sd Ornca Ro.ir-:. Oas. An 1 1502.
v.. .. hontb aire. Ibal tint lollnwinf.
ntmr.1 villrr bM BSiM unlir. o( I U inlnU.s
In mat" bnai pnml In H.port f i rUim and
that ll .fl i!l '! b.-!oi' Ihe
anl RwnT. I'.H. Ul Uflice at Eivwburf,
on H.K.No ;;, tirtli-K'iSW &. s.Tp.
. s. K.ttet.
h naitimi ibe frtitowlnc wltnra Io prov
hl ronliiimian r Mnoj npnn ait ruluv.tion
..I all iaiHl via: eonr Kwh. JtSerwvo Wi;.t,
John Bin and kcui-n Smoh. tall ol Myrtle
Creek, tirrjon. ap. J. T. Batatas KtUtT.
Notice for Bidders.
A ranch of 210 acres, with house, luirn
anil outbuildings. Orchard, small Iruit
etc.. well nintttrxM. An luitUlle mairs
profits, 3 miles from rail rad. Town
of Prain. 1.V0 i cash, iiuinire of
owner. F. F. Pattf.hsox
0. L. WILLIAMS
Land Agent, Timber .
Pel feet satisfaction guaraitwil or no
location fee. l!'st of refe vnees.
Yonr cornspndenc solicitil.
Any information regarding tho cli
mate, soil or productions of this sec
rimi, gladly fumisluHl frs of charge.
. Address O. I.. WILLIAMS.
Vp. 4 JBAts, Okc.
Carries a complete stock of Watches, Clocks, -Jewelry,
Diamonds and Silverware -
WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. ROSEBURG, OKR g
B0SWELL SPRINGS HOTEL
Dcaflas County Oregon.
Sept. ISth.ta 20th,
You are invited to attend and
see the greatest industrial expo
sition and livestock show ever
held on the Pacific Coast. GoM
racing every afternoon. Camp
ground free. Come and bring
yonr families. For any informa
M.D. WISDOM, Sec'y,
Th-w (.nor atr r-rtan'u-l.l br the Ittllag pktvk-Ua i-r be tisnr f EV-Joiao-a
t'aiarrh. sa.aa.-h. kwla-r aal Liver lrtnii--
llf.mSm:lvni I'wnS Rilfnl.-'ii.uR :' "friaSa FraT In p..r?:n 1. ii
miU-rc-.rth K.wjirt ..a-in;lT o) o ( .r la- rwrj!i.o t-'. Pwia:n Baah Tl
h-lufr. ,b I PaWi-Tri i'.;i?un lt:pr:ai;a. Froi I ;..! per wk up. laciatinc
baibv Inin. u.p la Irunt ul ilw b.rteL
O.NO Q ALLON OF THESE WATERS CONTAINS :
i mn i 3iiriie
-akium i arbonatn
I'limviuw i hi.Ti lr - . iK.' ar.
hiiawtiim Pr:4 -7 ar.
IV l avium I.xii ic . "a arr.
Sxl.ua i bh-g.i - - ;h.m f r.
Roiiu-1 trip Imb Itmrhiin R-vrwe;) irjnr5. tl.T. el Vr x 1tv.
rctoniuif lb Kiliuvio MuaUar, (Ltaik Th kru oa a uDt; jul
CAPT. BEN D. BOSWELL, Proprietor.
J. M. Weatherby
T. A. Bury
I. L. Martio
Roseburg Real Estate Co.
Farm and Timber Land Bought and Sold
Taxes Paid for Non-Residents. Timber
Estimates a Specialty. List yonr proper
ty with ns.
Little Ranch for Sale.
A good little home lor sale ; 17 acres,
adjoining fair grounds, miles east o
Roseburg. Good buildings, 150 good
Itearing fruit trees, 10 acres in culti
vation. Price $1225. For particulars
imiuire at Miliken's slioeT store, Rose
burg. a 1 tf
N. A. F0STER&C0.,
Of every de
riytion. Fatmsand Min
Oregon, Washington and
TT700I) WANTED ON
TION. Those having promise
wood on subscription or who desire to
jmy their arrears with this commodity
will please tiring it in sometime this
month tafore the ruins set In. tf.
Yoncalla Real Estate
TIMBER aRd LOAN BROKER
..FIRE AND LIFE 'NSl'RANCE..
Timber lands located ami ( aale. Oood bar
gains ia farm raMrljr.
A. P. APPLEUATE,
gat ion ofCoosCo. people iu n1 tendance.
Cause and Effect.
Resjionsive to the touch, and perfect
in tone and action, the Vose piano has
secured a hold on popular favor accorded
to none other. It is it standard instru
ment, of the highest grade. Unexcelled
in a siiiKlu feature of merit. No ttcttcr
piano made. Not high priced, either.
Sold at exceedingly low figures for cash,
or on easy time payments. Everyone
W, A. BURR tS; CO.
n. iv , " 5-' (I I ftvarv
A STRAIGHT TIP
IN these days of competition much is written of an exaggerated character by
pettifogging merchants, clamoring to catch the credulous. You needn't be
lieve all you see iu print, aud very likery you don't. As for ourselves we would
rather you would investigate our claims, look over our stock and compare our
qualities and prices. We are sure we can land you.
Troiu 5 eta to 12 J eents; Flannel
letts, 10 and 12ets.
! Mammoth stock. All
ranging in "prieo from
All late shade-, f ) CfV
13a to ?130 per i
Cotton Blankets Dress Trimmings and Ribbons
50c, 73c, f 1.00, f 1.3a, tloO, 1200 In Rreat varieties at way down
andf2.50 " jrrici
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Shoes rurnishing Goads
The best to be bought for the- H-ro is where we exeelL Look
money is onr boast. over onr stock.
Groceries , ' Clothing
Cheaper than .ley ar, to be had at JSJTkl
any other place m town. Get oar .(X) all-wooUnit to be found any
Everything in the Line of General Merchandise
FISHER & BELLOWS CO
'Phone 721. Call us Up.