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Published on Mondays and Thursdays Established 1868,
ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1902.
E. A. SOOTH, A.C.MA.RSTERS. U.C.GALEY,
President, '. Vice President. Cashier.
Douglas County Bank,
Mnf nl Cf Alr
. BOARD OF DIRECTORS '
F. W. BENSON, R, A. BOOTH, J. H. BOOTH, J. T. BRIDGES
J. F. KELLY, A. U. II A ESTERS, K. L. MILLER.
A wnPTsl rmntino- lincinaca tranGarta1 nrnl onct nmfrs irivpri pwrv
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v aixuimnwiauuii i-uiiMfifm mill 6gie Biiu cuubfrvnuvB iiHUkiug. q
Bank ojen from nine to twelve and from one to three. Q
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The place to find
STRONG'S FURNITlIRF STflRF S
gl a a a a a
A complete line of Blaukets and Comforts that j
are excellent 111 quality and reasonable in price.
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Just recievcd a new liue of rugs ranging in size
I from small up to'Jxi2 and in price from Si. 25 to $30. jjj
I Our store is fV:'r good things -and we can fit $
up your home complete and it will be up to date if
you buy of us..
l( Remember the place
B. VV. STRONG,
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I Brinsr Us Your ...
J.F. BARKER & CO.
...Also a full line of...
Highest price paid for Produce.-' " Give us a call
OUR MOTTO IS TO PI.EASEx
Kruse & Newland
nd Edwin Clapp Shoes for Men
SOLD ONLY AT
FLINT'S POPULAR SHOE STORE.
Opposite First National Bank
Hints to Housewives.
Half the battle in good cooking, is to have good
fresh Groceries, and to get them promptly
"when vou order them. Call up 'Phone No. 181,
for good goods and good service.
C. W. PARKS & CO.
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T.ti !.t!ii .1 ;;' 1.-4, M irj'i i ;! 1 . i;s LinuJ for all points on Coo Hay. Good
fcpriag Hack leaves Poeeburg Every Morning at 6 o'clock.
Incorporated 1901. V
frf aa 0
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them is at
a a a a A v,y f A ' .j
Our prices are always light
and stock complete
LiVePjJ, Feed and 0ale $fahleg
C. P. Babkabo, Prop.
Saddle Horses, Single and
Double Rigs at ail hours
Transient Stocx gven
very be n1 care
Rates always reasonable
CIRCl'IT COl'HT CASKS.
A t.etKlliy Docket to be Disponed
of at the October Term.
Few Criminal Cases.
Legal lights will wrestle with the
following cast's before Judge Hamilton,
during the eoming week :
(A) Edwin A Mai-k, plf, vs G V
Pctors, deft, aoition at law; O P Coshow
at ty for plf, and AM Crawford atty for
(B) G W Peters, plf, vs Edwin A
Mack, deft, tuit; A M Crawford atty for
plf, and O P Coshow atty for deft,
(C Mary M Berkley rt al, plf, vs
Douglas County, deft, apin-nl frui
Ctmnty Court ; 6 P Coshow atty for plf.
(D) W A Poney, plf, vs Mart Friend,
deft, C L Hamilton & A Abraham attys
for plf, and J C Fullertoii atty for deft.
(E) II Wollenler., plf, vs J F Rose
et al. deft, suit ; F W Benson and J C
Fullertoii attys for plf, and C S Jackson
atty for deft.
(F) E W Kiddle, plf, vs Suit hem
Pacific Co, deft, action ; Bennett & Sin
nott and A M Crawford attys for plf,
and W D Fenton, W R WUlis and Dex
ter Rice atty for deft.
(G) West Cft alt Refining Co,
plf, vs Simon Caro, deft, action; C S
JaAson atty for plf, and J C Fullerton
atty for deft.
-(H) Z L Hendricks, plf, vs Southern
Pacific Co, action ; Bennett x Simiftt,
F. G. Micelliand A M Crawford attys
for plf, and W D Fentou, W R Willis
and Dextr r Rice attys for deft.
(I) Murphy, Grant & Co, plf, vs The
McGee Co ft al, deft1, confirmation ; F
W Benson, Carey & Mays attys for plfs.
(J) B Brock way, plf, vs The City of
Roseburg et al, deft, uit ; Dexter Rice
and F W Rensron attys for plf, and W T
Muir, A M Crawford and C S Jackson
attys for deft.
(K R S Sheridan e't'al, plfs, vs
Henry D Laughlin et al, deft., action ;
F W Benson and O F Coshow attys for
plfs, and C S Jackson atty for deft.
(L) H Wollenberg admr, plf, vs Eu
gene R Hannan et nx, defts, confirma
tion ; F W Benson atty for plf.
(M) Wm M Ladd adm, plf, vs W L
B Mills, deft, t-uit ; O P Cotdn.w atty for
plf, and T S Osment and Dexter Rice
attys for deft,
(X) HA Mi-Clart-n, plf, vs G W
Grubbe et al, defts; W R Willis & T T
Parker attys for plf , and Geo M Brown
and L Rarzee attys for defts.
(0) Gilla Carter, plf, vs Wm Carter,
deft, 8U& for divorce ; Geo. Byron and T
T Parker attys for plf.
(P) State Land Board, plf,' vs Rich
ard Cook ft al, defts, snit ; C S Jackson
and A M Crawford attys for plf.
vQ) B W Smith, plf, vs L S Shipley,
deft, action ; J T Lo':g atty for plf.
(R) Myndel Traut, plf, ws H Wollen
berg et al, defts, suit ; C S Jackson and
Marcus Rosenthal attys for plf, and F
W Benson and J C Fullerton attvs for
(S) First National Bank of R'.eburj,
plf, vs J L Duwey, deft, action ; J C Ful
lerton atty for plf.
(T) First National Bank, plf, vs J L
Dewey et nx, deft, action ; J C Fullerton
atty for plf.
U E Haight, f If, vs I Abraham.
deft, apjfal from Justice Court ;. Geo
Byron atty for plf respondent, and J T
Lonz and F G Micelli attvs for deft.
(V) Mary Lohr, petitioner, vs B F
Lohr, deft, suit ; J C Fullerton, atty for
!etitioner, and O P Coshow. atty for
(W) Cyrus Smith, plf, vs Douglas
County, deft, review; T T Tarker atty
for plf. and C S Jackson and A M Craw
ford. (X) RacbcT DeBaw et al, plf, vs II
Wollenberg et al, defts. suit ; C S Jack
son atty for plf, and J C Fullerton and
F W Benson attys for defts.
(Y) Fred Miller, plf, vs Pacific Tim-
ler Co, deft, suit ; J T Long and Louis
Barzee attys for plf, ami C M Idleman
and W R Willis attvs for deft.
Z) II P Brookhart, plf, vs John M
Peterson, deft, confirmation ; Dexter
Rice atty for deft. '
Xo 1 E Wells & Co, plf, vs J C Kaige
d.ft, action ; J C Fullerton atty for plf.
Xo 2 W S Hamilton vs Thomas Tay
lor, action ; F G Micelli, atty for plf.
No 3 Jas Haskins, plf vs Chas R
Leihy et al, deft, suit; O P Coshow atty
for plf, John II Shupe atty for deft.
Xo 4 George LaPointe, plf vs Chas R
Leihy et al deft, suit ; O P Coshow atty
for plf and John II Shupe atty for deft.
No 5 Mary Lohr, plf vs B F Lohr,
deft, suit for divorce; J C Fullerton atty
for jlf, and O P Coshow atty for deft.
Xo 6 Frank D Kinyon, plf vs W S
Wright, deft, action ; O P Coshow atty
Xo7 DP Love, plf vs C Gutches,
deft, action ; Ira B Riddle and J T Long
attys for plf.
Xo 8 S Hamilton, plf, vs Ulysses
Flournoy, deft, action ; C L Hamilton
and F G Micelli attys for plf and J A
Buchanan atty for deft.
Xo 9 Ferdinand Westbeimer & Sons,
plf, vs J H Messier, deft, action ; O F
Coshow atty for plfs and John T Long
atty for deft.
Xo 10 SX Evans, plf, vs C J Krutz,
action ; Wm R Willis atty for plf, J C
Fullerton and George M Brown attyi
Xo 11 II Levi & Co, plfs v Cloyd &
deft, Brown, defts, action ; AM Crawford
and C 8 Jackson attys for plfs and A
Abraham atty for deft Brown.
Xol2 Perkins & Bledsoe, plfs vs 8
C Miller et al, defts, suit toeform deed ;
L Barzee atty for plfs and Geo M Brown
atty for deft.
No 13 G W Rapo plf vs Eugene
Wright, deft, action ; John II Shupe attv
Xo H Winnifred Viekers. plf, vs
Henry W Viekers, deft, suit for divorce;
Louis Baree atty lor plf.
Xo 15 Charles Xeal, plf, va J L Parra
zoo, deft, action ; "John T Long ; atty for
plf, and C L Hamilton, atty.for deft.
Xo Ifi G E Davis, plf, t A E Moler,
deft, action to recover personal property j
PRESIDENT'S PROPOSAL TO MINERS
Proposition Rejected Hiners Vote to
Stay Out Until They Win.
Wash inctox, Oct. 7. The following'
statement was made public at the White
House this afternoon :
"On Monday, Octolier 6, Hon. Carroll
D. Wright, Commissioner of Labor,
went to Philadelphia and gavewiiir.
John Mitchell the following from the
President: 'If Mr. Mitchell will secure
the immediate return to work of the
miners iu iho anthracite regions, the
President will at once appoint com
mittee to investigate thoroughly into all
matters at issue, between the operators
and miners, and will do all in his power
to obtain the settlement of those
juestions in accordance "with the report
of the committee.'
"Mr Mitchell has taken this matter
under consideration, but the PresiJent
has not yet been advised by any de
Bcffai.o, X. Y Oct. . It is learned
from a reliable source that the proposi
tion made by President Roosevelt was
discussed at the afternoon session of the
coal conference, ' and that President
Mitchell had Uken an unfavorable at
titude toward it.
NO EXTRA LEGISLATIVE SESSION
Governor Geer Will Not Issue Call
Salem, Oct. 7. There is no likelihood j
of an extra session of the Leg's'ire- j
Governor Geer is ouottM as saving that
no emergency has thus f;ir presented it-
self that would warrant his putting the j
s:ate to the expense of an extraordinary
session of the R-gis'aiure," and it is
claimed the only sentiment nnd in its
favor is a purely selfish one that prevails
among the storekeepers ana noaraiug-
honse owners of Salem.
When the subject cf an extra ses.-ion
was first broached, four months a,;o. it
was .prod active of much comment and an
effort was made to J t-lnge Governor (Jeer
, Place on
Portland, Oct. 7. The following
well known citizens of Oregon were
iliwn yesterday by the stockholder of
the Lewis and Clark Exposition corpor
ation to complete the membership of
the board of directors. The meeting
had lcn adjourned from the regular
annual session, which took place July 7:
James II. Rahy, of Pendleton; J. C.
Coojr, of MeMinuville ; J. M. Church,
of La Grande; O. L. Miller, of Baker
City; B. Van Dusen, of Astoria ; A Bw-h
of Salem ; George W. Riddle, of Riddle ;
P. L. Willis, of Portland; J. C. Ains
worth, of Portland ; Samuel Coanell, of
The number of shares of stock repre
sented was l!.223",'. The total num
ber of shares in the corporation is now
33,561. President II. W. Corbett pre
The personnel of the loard is now
complete. It contains 25 members, 15
of whom have carried forward the. fair
project to its present status. As now
constituted, the board is made np of IS
residents of Portland and of seven resi
dents of other towns of Oregon. It will
meetEriday to effect complete organiza
tion. Twenty-one new committees are
yet to be appointed, and as soon as they
liave entered npon their work the active
promotion of the exposition will be
OT11EH MEMBERS OF THE HOARD.
The 15 other members of the board
are: HW. Corbett, president of the
John T Long atty for plf, and A M Craw
ford atty for deft.
No 17 Anna L. Adkinson. plf, vs Geo
R Adkinson, deft, suit for divorce; John
T Long atty for plf.
No 18 L M Archambeau, plf, vs J
Beaaley et al defts, action ; John T Long
atty for plf.
No 19 R JColvinet al, plfs, va L S
Shipley et al, defts, Louis Barzee atty
No 20 A A Fink, plf, vs Schmidt
Hotel Investment Co deft, action ; Louis
Barzee atty for plf, and F W Benson
aud J C Fullerton attys for deft.
No 21 IJ W M iller, plf, vs A T Thomp
son, deft, action ;0 P Coshow atty for plf,
and Dexter Rice atty for deft.
No 22 C E Bogue, plf, vs Clovd
Chnney, deft, action ; C S Jackson atty
for plf, and Dexter Rico atty for deft.
No 23 Tho Odd Fellows Building
Association, plfs, vs Pacific States S &
L Building Association, deft, suit; J C
Fullerton, F W Beiison it F G Micelli
attv for tilf.
Xo 24 E E Lilley, plf, vs The Monte
Rico Gold Min Co, deft, suit; J S Med
ley atty for plf.
No 25 Northwest Thresher Co, plfs,
vs Henry E Newton, deft, action ; C S
Jackson atty for plfn, and J C Fullerton
atty for deft.
No 2d fctnto Land Board, plf, V8 L' E
UIXEBS VOTtfTO STAY OCT.
Wilkksbarke, Ta.. Oct. 7. In accord
auce with the address issued by Presi
dent Mitchell last night calling uoii all
local unions, to meet and take a vote on
the question of remaining on strike, the
mintworkcrs of the Frosjiect, OakJa'.t
aifciMaiyal coal collieries, of fbe Lehigh
Company, held a rr.eeting in this tit)
today, and at its conclusion, it was an
nounced that the men had unanimously
dec:ded to stay out in a' body until they
had won the instructions of President
GOVERNMENT rBOED TOBCY COAL MIXES.
Bcttb, Mont., Oct. 7. At aineatinj
of the Anaconda, Mont., Trades & Labcr
Assembly last night it was decided lo
J circulate a monster petition asking the
Government to lease all the coal fielc.s
and operate them for the good of tl e
Nation.. An appropriation will also ie
made for the striking miners in Penn
sylvania, and a benefit, at which it is
expected 1 1300 will be raised, is to"le
' given in the near future.
with petiti jns. demanding that he call
oue in order that proper legihlati-m codd
le enactru placing si.ve omci&ig on a
flat salary, lefore their new terms of of-
nse Ix-gun. The petitions were printed m
a Salem paf r with plenty t f room for
! signa.ares and ivpit-s werecirrn!jt-I tn
j all parts of the state. The returns -re
disappointing ami t!ie lew, liuiwrvU
' . a l it
, names secured sii'is ie, u any, ua-
J tures of men of prominence, and l.a
j only served t emp'jasie the fact ihat
j an extra sosion of the I.egilatare is not
i to ls seriously considered as a l-ng-feit
is Honored with a
f corporation ; II. W. ircott, first vice
president Adolph Wolfe, second vice
president and auditor; Leo Friede, third
vice president ; Paul Wcssinger, A. H.
Devers, Rafus Ma'lory, John F. O'Shea,
Charles E. Ladd, A. L. Mills, G. W.
Bates, I. N. Fleischner, W. D. Wheel
wright, F. Dresser and W. D. Feu on.
The new directors had. been nomi
nated by the committee on ways and
means, and the election went off ipiickly
and niianimously. The meeting devoted
only a few minutes to discussion f the
nominations. The plan of electing in
fluential citizens of rts of the state
outside of Multnomah county was
looked ujion as the best way of enlisting
the aid of all Oregon in the fair. Such
representation on the legislation com
mittee, which is yet to be appointed,
was regarded as essential, inasmuch as
that committee will have the pie pa ra
tion of bills that will go before the leg
islature in behalf of the fair.
Three of the new directors live in
Eastern Oregon James Raley in I'nia
tiila county, J M Church in Union, and
O.. L. Miller in Baker. J. C. Cooper re
sides in Yamhill county, B. Van IHisrn
in Clatsop, A. Bush in Marion, and
George WRiddle in Douglas. Several of
the stockholders desired to have South
eastern Oregon and more of the coast
counties represented, but were satisfied
with the election because the new men
represent Oregon as much as is comat
ible with the active work of the loard
Goodman etal, defts, suit; A M Craw
ford atty for pifs.
Xo 27 State Land Board, plfs, vs L E
Goodman et al, defts, suit; A SI Craw
ford atty for pbs.
Xo28 Martha A Gardner plf, vs
Henry C Gardner, deft, suit for divorce;
Louis Barzee atty for plf.
Xo 21) L C Acusta, plf, vs Win Acus
ta, deft, suit for divorce; C L Hamilton
atty for plf, and F G Micelli ai d J A
Bnchauan attys for deft.
No 30 Rock Island Plow Co, plf, vs F
S Rarzee, deft, action ; C S Jackson atty
for plf, and Louis Barzee atty ft r deft.
Xo 31 B F Clark, plf, vs Pacific Tim
ber Co et al, defts, action ; J C Johnson
and J 8 Medley attys for plf.
Xo32 J C Fullerton, plf, vs Denning,
Kent & Ramp, defts, action ; J C Fuller-
ton atty for plf.
Xo 33 N Conn, plf, vs (leoro Conn
et al, defts, suit for partition; Dexter
Rice atty for plf, .
No 31 McCormick Harves.ing Ma
chine Co, plf, vs J R Thompson, fiction ;
OP Coshow atty for plf.
Xo 35 Willis Kramer, plf, vs J L
Dewey, deft, action : Dexter Rice utty
for plf. '
Xo30 FBWaite executor, plf, vs
Sampson Sutherliu, deft, action ; ',0 P
Coshow atty for plf.
(Concluded on second j:igej
MVRTLi: CRKF.K TiKWB.
Activity In tbi; .lyrlle Creek
Hints. Death of Mr,, flit.
, Uttier New.
Mr. Ward is with us aain making
ready for his usual large shipment of.
Miss Sadie Judkins has gone to her
old home in Illinois. Her departure is
very much regretted by her m:ny friends
Mr. L. B. lieeder, of Per Ih ton, spent
a few days here last week on business.
viewing the mining prop;i Us a:id tim
This community seriously regrets the
very su Men death of Mrs. Pitts, cf
Ruckles. Mr. Pitts and relatives have
our t-ineerc e'iuiiathy. , .. . .
The hog cltclent has again made its
apearauce in this end of the county.
Several hundred head of hogs died from
this fatal disease last fall in this section.
W. P. Johuson went lo Portland with
his fin, who lately arrived from the
East, with a view' of s -curing lam
place for high grade educational advant
ages. Rev. T. J. Cotton was assigned the
Myrtle Creek charge by the M. E.
Church South conference reontlybeld
at Corvullis. and preached his first ser
The prune harvest will have ended by
the last cf next week. Thin lias been an
ideal season for I andiing prunes. No
fruit has lrti loi-t so far from rot or
mould. The raii.s were an. pie to hasten
the fruit to ripv.i, then the clouds rolled
away and Indian summer weather has
prevailed since then.
The Little ChiWtian Mining and In
vestment company has purchased the
projx-tty of C. J. aiA-1. F. Jndkins, in
this mining district, aud will tiegin
operation at once, preparing I uildings
and stojVmg out ore for shipment. Al j
xii as second and third grille ore i
out to warrant it, there w ill be reduction
works and concentrators put in which
will greatly rednce the cot of shipment
and smelter treatment. Fifty t lou-an 1
share-of this stock wilt be put on the
market this week at 10 cents ier share,
and as the ore is tnown to he the high-
eft in value and s-trongeyt fissure or
vein within our .knowlege, this
amo.iiit should 1 t.iken up at uiu by
home jwoj ). Certificates of City stare
nd upward will h- tucd upon receipt
of order. It is with great satisfaction to
;:r J-ple, who have lweu watering the
mining develop- meiilJ of that di-tri.-t to
know that setive operatk;t are to toui-
n.ence again, ui.d tarried out to a suc-
cetsful ifWc, a wo Lave every reason to
lieve the efficient niajiarement in
charge is iu a potion to do.
Timber Land Locators Combine.
The Portland newspapers say there is
talk of a combine anion Portland and
Sound tinder r.j'ra:-r -to raise the price
of tinder claims Heretofore the price
that operators" have charged as t :.e fee
for finding tie land aud haling the
appiUaut ha ranged from f 7.) to f 130.
Eaiiier in the sean when there were
tiunIreU more ciaims to te La-1 than
now, it was easy to set 1- cations almost
anywhere, for the lowei figure. In Jnly
and August the low price "was generally
f 100. Oerations were almost entirely
suoj'emled when the tires occurred, and
re-commeacing now, the price has been
over flft), except in Urge numbers.
Tarties of eight or ten have ln-en able to
hold the price down to f 100. The larger
operators claim that all tiinlor which"
can now le" found anywhere is worth
$130 a claim. These want the smaller
operators to join in fixing the higher
price. They claim that therv will be
more profit even with a smaller nnnder
of locations, than at the lower price. A
meeting of the Portland ojieratora has
been nndei consideration for several
days. The ootlook is that timber geek
ers may exect to pay more for their
claims in the near future.
At Cripple Creek. Colo.. Sheriff Henrv
Robertson levid on a Pullman car for
taxas amounting t ft'&i, which the Pull,
man ComVanr neglected to pav. and in
order to prevent the removal of the car,
chained it to the track.
Of the face of a healthful woman with
the face of one who is sick proves that
quite often a sad face is a sick face.
Many a woman has credit for a sunnv
disposition who would soon be sad. of
face and irritable of temper if she had to
endure the womauly ills which many of
her sex have borne for years.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
cures the diseases which are the source
of so much pain and suffering to women.
It establishes regularity, dries debilitat
ing drains, heals inflammation and ul
ceration and cures female weakness.
Mr. Cornelia Hrntoo. of Cralton. Jtovd Co.,
JCy., writes : ' In October iSS I give Mrth to
Kibvanil tiir trrittmrut I rwrived at the hands
of the midwife left me with falling ol the stent.
I had no health to speak of for three vear. (
had another bat-y which was the Hunt ihiM. My
Itr.ilth began to fall and I found myself com.
pletely worn out. I had ra many i m and
aclies my life mis a burden to me and alo to all
the fnniily, for I was nervmts and creas and 1
could not sleep. Had tour doctors come to nee
me but at Inst found I win slowly dying. The
doctor said I hid liver. Itlnsand utenne trouble.
I was iu lird for tuntha aud when I ti.J get up I
was a aiht to behold. I looked like a corpse
walking about. I commenced to take Doctor
Pierce's Favorite Prewription, 'Golden Medical
Discovery' and ' Pellets,1 and ever aince then I
have leen a wi !1 woman. I have surterf J all a
woman could .'.1"'.-r at my monthly perH'd until
since I began llic use of I)r. tierce's medicine,
hut now 1 enn say I have no pain. The d;uk
circles around my eyes are froing awav and 1 teel
better in every wny. My checks are fed aud my
skin is white, but before it was as yellow as
Accept no substitute for " Favorite Pre
scription" there ia nothing just as good
for weak and sick women.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are easy
aud pleasant a take. A most effective
ArftVtttl tifirt imiT't
r Coffee, Tea and Spices
3 IF YOU ARE CALL AT'
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Price is no higher and every can guaranteed
Saturday, Oct. n, 1902
Jewish .Day of
j Physicians Preft ri; tiors
j and Family R'cij.ei?,
J Rnbber Gools. Toiiet
j Articles, Ijme and Ce-
! tneiit. Paint., gr.,1
j i!xs, I'erfomery, Trdss-
i e, Sj.cges, Brnshes Et-
Rar.d.kr Bicycles and
Stnvlries. Scho.J Suj-
I Drain Gardiner!
S COOS BHY STAGE ROUTE 5
Commencing with Monday, January 20. '02. we will charg- 7o for S
tliefre from Drain t Cm Dir. Cii a'Jostaca with each fall fare, 5
SOpoouds. Travelling men are flowed 75 i.inls U.va when tier ?
have 3 pound, or more. All excels bagga, 3 cts. per poni, and no af-
lowance will be made for ronnd trip, DAILY STAtiE. S
For furUier information address
- They've gone
Done away with the dark-room in
developing. A little machine to de-
velope film negatives in daylight
without going to
child can operate
Cause and fleet.
Responsive to the touch, and perfect.
iu tone and action, the Yose piano has
securtsl a hold on popular favor accorded
to notio other. It is a standarvl instru
ment, of the highest grade. Vncaeelled
in a single feature) ol merit. No better
piano made. Not high priced, either.
Sold at exceedingly low figures for cash,
or on easy time payments. Kveryone
W. A. BURR & CO.
X Marsters S Co.
Drags, a'ediclnes, Cbfsic-Is.
Stationery School Bocks
Pn prietor, Drain, Oregon J
la fas3 sails AttLrr.
Your laundry is the mot conspicuous
teatnreof your.afpanfl. Tlierefore re
quires more attention than ol her arti
cles of we . We'll do it up for you in
a style that ll give yon comfort and
pleasure. We're experts in the art ol
laundering, aud do work of the highest
grade at lowest rates. Shirt, collars
and cuffs laundered to perfection.
Sicial attention given to fine linen.
First diss service.
mm m mm
and done it again
a darkroom. Any
it. See this w on-
at our store.
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