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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1902)
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yon yoar share of trade; 1
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l-llll business. Poor printing re- X
J fleets no credit on a good
business bouse. Let ns do your Job
J 1 rinting we guarantee it to be io
every way uatisfactory. J
9 sons brings you yoar share, and also 5
tbat of the merchant who "can't af-
ori" to advertise,
Published on Mondays and Thursdays Established 1868.
ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1902.
R. A. BOOTH, A.C.MARSTERS.
President, Vice Prtst(jcnt-
Douglas County Bank,
Capital Stock, $50,000.00.
BOARD OP DIRECTORS
0 F. W. BEXSOX, R. A. BOOTII, J. II. BOOTH, J. T. BRIDGES
9. J. F. KELLY, A. C. MA ESTERS, K. L. MILLER.
O A general banking business transacted, and customers given every
O accommodation consistent with safe and conservative banking.
jC Bnk ntopn frAm ulna tit tu-Ali-a in,l fsi fs 1. ..r. .
I -. . . ' n v , , v. miava iiviii una iJ 1 1 1 1 l:
The place to find them is at
1 STROIiG'5 FURNITURE STORE g
A complete line.of Blarjkets and Comforts that
b are excellent in quality and reasonable in price. - j
Just recieved a new line of rugs ranging in size
I from small up to9xi2 and in price from Sr.25 to $30.
I Our store is fii11 n good things and we can fit
up 3'our home-complete and it will be up to date if
you buy of us. 1
1 Remember the place 5
Bring: Us Your
j: f. barker & co.
In Desks, Office Tables,
and OSce Chairs we want
3rour trade. Desks similar
to above only drawers on
both sides and without
pidgeon hole cases, 50 inches
long, combination lock, a
first class desk in every re
spect, $26.00. Others from
W ANTE D
AUIn terested in
V SHOES -
To call at Flint's Shoe Store and
try a pair of Walk-over or Queen
Qua Jity Shoe
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 gor' goods and good service.
C. W. PARKS & CO.
m lift 1 111 m
T t'c "1 li :!ciri, Miri'i'j il I T.i?! Line for all points on Cios Cay. dm-l
nu'i Hack leaves Roseburg Lmy Morning at 6 o'clock,
B. W. STRONG, S
32g Jackson St.
ISO SIXXil STREET
x Opposite Orecoainn BuiMiitj.
A few reasons why wc can
sell for less than others.
We do our own work.
We have but few cxptnses.
! We buy our goods right.
We are 'satisfied with a
-We can save you nion2V
Call and see for yourselves
or send for cuts.
We guarantee you satis
Feci and Ig fableu
C. P. Barnard, Prop.
Saddle Horses, Single and
Double Rigs at ail hours
Transient Stock gven
very be of care
Rates always reasonable
MINE OPERATORS REPLY.
They Contend That Miners' Demands
WAGES GOOD AS IN OTHER KINES
NoTroubU Until the Min:r Unions
Were Organized. Conditions
Wasiunot)N, Xov. 11. The reply of
President Baer, of the Reading Cal
Company, to the charges of President
Mitchell, of the United Mineworkers,
which has been presented to the anthra
cite coal etrike cnini-siin, wvs today
given to the public.
Mr. Eaer makes no reference to Mr.
Mitchell as the president of the niiners'
organization, but refers to him bimply ns
an iudividnal. Taking np the ppccitica
tions io Mr. Mitchell's charges seratiin,
Mr. Baer first admits that his company
owns 37 collierii'8 and that U'fore the
.strike enployol 26,8211 jn-ople. Follow
ing is a brief summary of the renjinnse to
Mr. Mitchell's other Fecitications.
Second, the demand for 20 ercent in
crt'a. ein wages ou piecework is de
nounced .as "arbitrary, unreasonable
and unjust." The company contend
that alter making all necessary allow
ance for different condition, the rate of
wages paid for mining of anthracite coal
is as high as that paid in the bituminous
Third, the company denies that the
present rate of wages is lower than is
paid in other occupations in the same
locality and controlled by like condi
tions. Fourth and fifth, Mr.Baer denies that
the earnings of the anthracite workers
are le8 than average earniags for other
occupations requiring fckill and training
and also the charge that the earnings
are iasutlicient because of the dangerous
character of the work in the anthr.icite
mines. , 1 "
Sixth, this siecifiction made by Mr.
Mitchell is referred to as to vague for
specific answer, but in a general way it
is stated that the anthracite regions are
among the most prosperous in the
Seventh, the company pronounces as
unjust and inequitable the demand for a
reduction of 20 er cent in hours of labor
without a reduction of earning for time
employed, and this demand is pro
nounced iinp-.ieticable. In this coni.ee
tion the foli.ving statement is made:
''Because of the injury to the mines
by the strike of the Uidted Mineworkers
the Cost of producing coal has boon
i;reatly increased and a temporary ad
vance in price was made by this com
pany, but it will be impracticable to
continue such increase whenuining
(vruijns U.v-me normal."
Mr. Eaer says that bis com
pany ha no disagreement with any of
its employes about the weighing of coal,
the (utility is Hsually determined by
j-iessurement, and not by weight.
replying to the fouith demand
ntadt' tiy Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Eaer eay
si tx the advent of the United Mine
workers' organization into the anthracite
fields, J-uLness conditions there have
be n i:it-.I"rab!e; that the output of the
miaes hiisjdecrcasod that discipline has
b?'ii de.-t roved ; that ttrikee have len
ofalnufst daily occurrence; that men
have worked wlien auil as thy pleased,
and the cost of mining has been greatly
increased. He iso takes the position
that the jurisi iciiori of the commission
is limited to the conditions namud by
the coal company presi !ent, which cx
clu k-s the United .Mineworkers from
as.y recogimtfou in t!ie pneeedings.
He eays, however, that "when a lalwr
organization limited to au'liracite mine
workers is crea'j-d which shall obey the
law, respect the riht of every man to
work and lmnrstly co-oju-rute with em
j)'.')y?rs, trade'agreenieuts may become
Stepped Against a Hot Stove.
A child of Mrs. Geo. T. Benson, when
getting his usual Saturday night bath,
s'.epicd back against a hot stove which
burned him severely." The child was in
great agony and his mother cnnld do
nothing to pacify him. lleiiiemlM'ring
that she bad a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm in the house, she thought
she would try it. lilies'! than half an
hour after applying it the child was
quiet and asleep, and in less than
two weeks was well. Mrs. Benson is a
well known resident of Kcllar, Va.
I'jiu BjIiii is an antiseptic luiiment and
especially valuable for burns, cuts,
bruises and sprains. For sale by A. C.
Little Ranch for Sale.
A good little home for sale : 17 acres
adjoining fair grounds, l' mi.es east of
Roseburg. Good buildings, 450 good
bearing fruit trees, 10 acres in cultiva
tion. Price 11225. For onrtii-uhirs in
quire at Milikin's shoe store,4 Rosehurg
Notice for Sole of State Lands.
Notice is hereby given that the State
T ! Ml ..
i,anu ixaru win receive sealed CMS un
til Nov. 11, 11)02, at 2 p. m., for the sale
of the following described State Lands,
Section 3! and south half of section Ift,
Tp33S., R14 V. of W.M.
1 lie north lialf of the north half and
lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of section 16, Tp 41 S..,
R 1 E., containing 308.40 ceres.
Applications to purchase must be
made on regular blanks in accordance
with the law for sale of School Lands
and be accompanied by cash or check
tor one-fifth of the amount bid for Cer
tmrate ot Sale, or, in full piyment,
deed will issue.
The right to reject any and all bids is
Applications and bids should Ik? ad-
(iresKd to m. L. Chaiiiberlin, Clerk of
boar.!, Salem, Oregon," and marked
'Application and bid to purchase State
c.U'ls." ML. CiUMiiKitux,
"2:;nll Clerk of Board.
Latt'd this 18th day of Oct. PKI2,
CLAIMS HONCSTLY TAKEN.
Prinevllle Banker Says no Timber
Frauds Have Ben.
Portland, Nov. 11. B. F. Alien,
banker and stockman of Prineville, who
is in the city, does not think there has
been any wholesale fraud perpetrated iu
the entry of ' timber lands in
Oregon, as has been retorted. "Most
of the timler claims in our vicinity have
lxHn taken by men from Michigan, Wis
consin and Minnesota," be said last
evening, "and they have evidently been
taken up in good faith. Toe entrymen
saw the ti in Iter in their own stat taken
up all around tlieia by outsiders, before
they realized the value of the forests,
and h they have done the next best
thing they could, when they came to
( regon to pii-k up hat timber claims
they found lying loose. If individual
citizens had not done this, the timber
kind of Kastorii Oregon wonld have all
Ihmmi 'scripjied' by the Northern Pacific
Railroad and held in lieu of lands taken
from that company in the Cascade Re
serve. I think it is much better for the
land to !.' divided among large
numlrt-rof private citizens, than to be
taken in lumps bv a railroad corpora
Mr. Allen, w ho lives near the edge of
the pm-ed Blue Mountain Forest Re
serve, expresses him.elf as strongly in
favor of the Government taking uisse
sion of the proposed tract, as this reserve
will save the forests from entire destruc
tion. "I understand tliat the Govern
ment intends to alhrw settlers and niin
era to use what wood they may mpnire,
but the cutting of the timlier is to le
rignlatcd in such a way as to preserve
the fore.-ts for future use, as the govern
ments of the older countries of Euroe J
have long since done. Sheep and cattle
may graze on the reserve, as heretofore,
but precautions will be taken against
overstocking, and the new regulation
will put a stop to theVleadly quarrels be
tween sheep and cattlemen and thus the
wholesale slaughter of sheep on the Gov
ernment ranges will be discontinued
IL? says all Eastern Oregon is now en
joying unwonted pro?ierity; that the
bounteous Fall rains have started the
buffalo grace on the bnncbgrsss prairies,
and that the stockmen are well fortified
against a bard Winter by big stacks of
hay. Mr. Allen will speud the Winter
with a married daoghter in this city.
NO SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE SESSION
Governor Gesr States His
Sale, Nov. 11. Governor Geer has is
sued a letter of six closeiy typewritten
pagt-s dv!iiiinto callan extra session of
the Ijeyislat ure and giving bis reasons
therefor. Ho thinks it would 1 injuri
ous to tiie ix'wis ana naric r.xiosuion
appn priationto attempt to forceit njion
thejieople hurriedly. The Governor's
U tter is carefully and thoughtfully pre-pan-d.
The Governor sets out that four rea
sons have Uvn advanced for an extra
session : To make an appropriation for
the Iewis ami Clark fair, to enact a flat
salary law, to iss the Portland charter
and to make operative the initiative and
Speaking of the appropriation he says:
"It will lie the one most likely to be
subjected to the ojieratioii of the referen-
lum. The demand for the referendum
has grown np from the desire of the
people to rote upon largeappropriatious.
I trust that it will not lie invoked upon
this one, but from what I know of the
tenier of the people, I am convinced
that even to seem to guarantee an
exemption of the fair appropriation
from its oeration w ill require a cam
paign of education, not only among the
(icople, but among their representatives
He says opjiosition to the appn
priation is oisappearing.
Regarding the Portland charter, the
Governor says :
"If the bridges and streets of Portland
ire in such a state of collapso now, it
should have been at least partially
known so short a time as three months
HEAVY INVESTOR AT BANGOR.
Salt Lake Parties Interested In Coos
MAiisiinKi.n, Nov. 10. Mr. J. C.
McClain, president of the McClain
Lumbering & Manufacturing Company
of Salt Lake, Utah and Spokane, Wash.,
after a thorough investigation into the
movements of the Great Central Rail
road and Land Go's affairs lias made
investments in Bangor and ou the Bay
that in the aggregate run into the tens
of thousands. Mr. McClain' is a man
who seems to know a good thing when
he sees it. Coast Mail.
Brooklyn Bridge Fire.
Nkw Yohk, Nov. II. After a careful
inspection today of the new East river
bridge structure which was burned last
night, the contractors now place the loss
at not more than (75,000. None of the
great cables were harmed. All the men
supjiosed to have been lost have been
accounted for. The fire was caused,
Engineer Hildelirande says, by a work
man carelessly throwing a lighted match
among some oily rags.
Miners Going to Work.
Wilkesiiarke, Pa. Nov. 11. Thou
sands of miners are returning to work in
the coal fields. Industries dependent
on the support of tho mininc; population
are starting up on every baud,
TO PROBE FRAUDS.
Interior Department Sending
Official to Thwart Timber-lan l
Washisotox, Nov. 11. A secial
agent of the Interior Department is
soon to lie sent to Oregon to invesi igato
the alleged frauds in making ei. tries
under the! imb-r and stone act.- Agents
detected similar fraud in states further
East and succeeded in straight jnii g out
some tangles months ago and suit are
landing to cancel patents in cortain
cases now. Probably the samo pro
cure will lie followed in Oregon,
under the order rereutly issuwl s us pen-line
entries mtder the timljer and stono
act in Oregon. Applieanls will ls
obliged to show cause why the entri.s
should not Isyejeeted , and the rpecial
agerft will" inke iiidenh nt investi
gation for Secretary Hitchcock, ho is
deterniineil to stamp out this fraudulent
Representative-elect Williamson calle.1
o'n Ijind Commissioner Herniuiri and
the Piifctor of the Geological f-urvt-y
reganling the commencement of
irrigation work under the Hansbrou-h
law iu On-gon. He was told that pe-ia!
agents of the latter bureau are now on
the way, and what is the plan fur
starting theirk napjd out. Will
iamson ioiiited out the st-wl ne rssiiy
for irrigsition work in Eastern Oregon,
It is protwhleno work of construction
of irrigation works can be liegun for
Cases invohii.g wagon-niad griuts in
Oregon are assigned for apgnnient iu the
Supreme Cnirl on IK-cendicr f.
Lane's Hop Product on.
Eix.knk, Nov. 10. An eslim.ite has
been made of the uuniU-r of la!cs of
hojui produced in this co:mtr this t-t'.son
and by the best count that can ! made
the number is lietwen "sJ anil Z-W
bales, or aboil! I.ICOAW pound. Few
growers here dd their crop nuJer con
tract, and nearly the entire crop yield j
the growers fruui 20 to 25c ir pound.
B'f Prune Sale.
Forest Gbove, Nov. 10. Twenty-five
tons of prunes were delivered birre ye-
terday by A. Kuter, Philip Ives.r, Wil
liam Bush, A. Anders-jn, John Pevrvjn
and Casper HoUniyer, uul sol 1 to Masn,
EhrmanA Co at 4vsc for 3.?s, l'se f. r
40s and 4c Lt 43.
Reason in a Six--Page Tyfx
ago, when many persons were daily in
forming the people of Oregon tliat the
need of a special tension nowhep; existed
save in the mind of the Governor. If
Multnomah County shall ask it, there
nn be no obstacle to securing the ap
proval of the new charter within
hours after the organization of lh'
The referendum amendment is di
jiosed of by recounting that it i already
On flat salaries the Governor says the
regular season can meet the do nands in
all cases except as regards t io State
Printer, and that can be reiw'died by
sending less bosiuess to him. He holds
that the United States Senator al ques
tion has lieen settled bv the people arid
cannot then-fore become complicated
with legislation, and says:
"Relieving therefore that tin- Legisla
ture as a whole has no though', of dis
obeying the instructions received from
the jieople, I have considered the
abvisability of calling a special' session,
entirely disassociated from the Sena
"After weighing careful y every
reason urged for and against a special
session, and fully realizing that,, after all
the responsibility for the res ilta rests
not so much on those who asl for the
call, nor yet upon the niemln-rs them
selves, as upon the Governor, who must
decide, ami fully believing that the needs
of the state can well wait until the
regular session, I am impeded so t
SALT TRUST KILL1ED.
Judge Morrow will Sustal t Perma
Sax Francisco, Nov. 10. After United
States Attorney Woodworth concluded
his arguments in the United States Cir
cuit court upon the petition to destroy
the Federal Salt Company and its asso
ciates, as a trust. Judge .Morrow or
dered that tho temporary injunction be
made permanent as to all defendants
except the Imperial Salt Con pany. '
Judge Morrow intimated very broadly
that should the decision ba appealed
from the United States Circuit Court of
Appeals, he would sustain tho injunc
tion, The decision kills the suit trust.
Big Smelter for Josephine.
Grants Pass, Nov. 9. Coonel T. W.
Draper, manager of tho mines of the
Waldo Smelting & Mining Co., "at Wal
do, announces that his comrany has de
cided to put in a 100-ton smelter at once
at it copper mines in tho Waldo dis
trict. The smelter is to bo erected at
Takilma, the new town that has sprung
up near the mines, und on tho line of
the proposed Oregon & Pacific railroad
A smelter at Waldo will be f great
benefit to the vast mineral district id
that section, as, aside from treating the
ores of the Waldo Snieltini; it Minii
Go's, mines, it would also d) a general
cuatoni business, ,
MOUNEUX IS INNOCENT
Jury Acquitted Rim A.'-er Half Hour's
VERDICT GREETED WITH CHEERS.
Alan Who has Spent Four Years
Jail on Poisonins Charge Will
Now Be Given Freedom.
New York, Nov. 11-
juiv was oruiigui, inio conn at .i:,i
court at 3
At the same time Molineaux wan taken
from the Tombs into the court, and
District Attorney Jerome was um
siioucfr On his arrival the coiirtrxun
was lorked and no one wa alio-.ved to
leave cr enter it.
The jury r-rt':r.:sd a verdict of i.ot
guilty after having been out just 25 tain
ntes. When the foreman annoiiuc! the
verdict of iicquitlal taere wa muoh ap
plasm- and the rheeri:i exteti le I to
the crowd waiting out sidti iu tin; cjrri
dors and on the street. The Crimioal
Court Bciiding was in an uproar. A:
Vj.-t 3 ,.) per.iua were niu?-ej in the
Although the jury was out but 25 mia
f.tes, they arisil ou their vtrjiot within
10 minute? si'ter leaving the courtrr.::!.
Notice was imuifiirtely ni'cii, but it
lofik some n.in;iu-s t re:.f -lul-Je the
Among the first p-rs-ms to rc-entvr
the courtroom v. as Assistant District At
torney Cs'oorne, who seemed to be ner
vous as he waited for the verdict. Mo
linenx Mood Idle the jury was k-i;;g
polled, and rpparentiy l-.e as not af
fected. His attitude indicate-l that he
hid prcj are.1 hnnrlf for any verdict
tuat miht le siven.
When the large cr-jd o-jL-ide the
court bejrd what the verdict wjagr-jiit
sliout eat np and ihrce ch-vrs for Mo.
m ux were given M ..iim s.x was errii-
jy tiscl.argvi a few n.ir.u!cs a.'ter the
j iry rea l their verdict. S..n.e delay ia
this f-rnia!itr was cau,-"?-I bv the ear
niouscrjd. When the r jjrtr-xm hi 1
Ui n t-Ieart I the order of discharge wjs
made o::t and M.-Iiiieix h it with
father, followed bv a ihevricz tiiro.-it'.
;No criu.L-iti! trial i:i New York f r
years has engnjre 1 j.-ib'io sttc-ctiou. like
this, ca ai-.vunt id tl-e h'rIi s:jii lius'A
the- prisoner' f.niuily, oi:e 1 1 tl e first of
Moiireux was in J- ;jJ f r the n-.nrJir
of Mrs. Kstheris-? J. A I.hsis ! nrf8!;s
of a foi?'; .ickage s-:;t t; r .:? the
i. m.s. On the first trial i.e th cou-vicle-l,
i.o evi-.l-:;:.x' U-ing i u n-J for the
dfiinsc. A iies- trial wns praoted, and
this has bt-vn in i: -:rcs r.earlr k
mouth siAcetVttdirr Ii;!i. Molir.esx
went "a the witneis sIilJ this trial
Large Uorsi SMpsitnt.
Two big drives of i- ,rs.s will le made
oc.t of Lake County dcripg thi t - -cnt
wtvk. l'.O head hav' Kt-.i lug:it by
lw ArjgeU- pet.ph; from N. Fitrrerald.
C. C. Lofhn, Frank Baal-rs. S. T. Col
tin and Harry Ri.-.:s-. They wi:i be
driven to M?ysvilie and then take Uie
r.dlro'rd to Ix-s Ai-Klfs.
Another lot of 127 head w i'i go to tie
City of Mexico. Ti so nr irs.aN t-re
piirchas-l froui Y". Z. Mo.-s, N. Fine,
Frank Racers and others. They are a
fine lot of 13 hands and cpwird. They
will le driven to son;! rniir.t on the raij
nad. tlicn shipjl by rail to the cily of
Mexico via Iu Angel,-?. Mr. Abarez
has a big horse ranch in Mexico and fur
nishes that government with horses.
The Examiner says the lot averaged
.aliout t-2 per hea 5.
Oregon School Census.
The biennial report of State Superin
tendent J. II. Ackerman discloses some
interesting farts in connc-.nio:i with the
schools of the state. It show, an increase
in the school population f the state
frotnl.iS.SiS in K'OI to I.S,t:; at the
date of the report that has just been
compiled. Inthe same length of time
the enrollment has increased from S7,-7C-3
to 100,M;, Tiie ir.ereased enro'.l
meiit in the schools i-a!!s for the employ
ment of additional te.ichers. Ia the
year just closed the number of teachers
was increased from 401 S to 4310. Of
that number of Instructors employed in
the schools c f the state, 141:? have either
state certificates or first grade ; SSJ have
second grade; 5.XS hold third grade;
ari' tsuippol with primary certificates
aud S3 have teachers permits. During
the past year 177i applicants took the
teachers' examination f-ir teachers cer
tificates, and of that num'.vr 422 faihl
The City of Me.lfor-1 has been ltaten
in a legal suit with one Harry Norment,
the representative of a wlioleale east
ern bouse who was arrested last spring
for violating the bill-pasting htw. The
proceed'yig in the recorder's office wore
nullified, and Norment was piven judg
ment for the mniey lie was compelled
to pay together with his costs and
The 65,000 barrels steel oil tank
erected by the S. P. Co. iu tho Duns
muir yard was lini.-vhcd the past week.
It is a duplicate of the one built-in
Ashland and was erect oil under the
Gupcriiitcudcncy of II. S. Sloat. Tt took
a short time over three H-ks t com
plete tho job. Tho construction crow
have since gone to Bakcrficld.
The Leonard meteors tire due on or
alnjut tho l:Uh of Noveiubertbut there is
no reason to anticipate any unusual dis
play thinyear. The great body of met. -ors,
dcllccted in its orbit by planetary
attraction, has long sic.ee passed by the
earth without meeting it, and whatever
stragglers may appear this yoar will be
so much obscured bv the moonlight
that only tho brightest of them can bo
Are yon particuhr
IF YOU ARE CALL AT
in ' Q
AND ASK FOR.
Price is no higher and every can guaranteed
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bItVt:K5 tSAKERY. Jacksoa str
' r a
WE ARE STILL IN THE LEAD WITH OUR
Fine Cream and Homemad Bread
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. .... ..... t a- ,.,li coftoraers who can be
titiua"y r.s-iug ia and oct of our store. -
THE BEST GOODS
J. SIEVERS, Proprietor
and Faud'y Rij.-s,
Ri.SNr Goods, Toila
Articles, Liaie .iJ Ce-n:--it,
Pain?, Oii and
G'.j. , Perf ir.icrv, Irr.-.
es, Siv-ii-ts, Brus.'.e Etc.
Ri.i.Vder Bicycles an I
COOS BKY STHCP Bni i-i-i t
. M W 1 T
f.;re fro:a Drsin t Cj Cav. Ba
s '...ruir, janaanr 'i tr- e ti ,),,..
Triveltin nua are allowed 75
ii.?i-ii4:inrir.-. Ail excess
lowaiice will bo iaade for round trio.
,.? i i ...
For farther information address
T)nnf n.Ttrn.TT rrrifh
wi.wj . 1 uiit. tii iv-i UulLl m
developing. A little machine to de-
velope nlin negatives in daylight
witiiout going to a darkroom Any
child can operate it. See this won
derful invention at our store.
Churchill & Wooley.
Cause and Effect.
nspons:.e to the touch, and peifect
in tone and notion, the Vose j icirohas
socrriHl n hold on popular favor accorded
to pone other. It is a standard instru
ment, of the highest grade. Unexcelled
in a single feature of merit. No better
piano made. Not high priced, either.
Soil at. exceedingly low figures for cash,
or on easy time payments. Everyone
W. A. BURR & CO,
Coffee, Tea and Spices I
Pride of Douglas
bjjt far cnoK natritive that's wLat
they siy avx,at the Pride of Doagla
brand of wheat flour. Why not? It'a
"fiake white," it contains thebejt ele
meot of the wheat kernal;it "rai,"
beautifully, and browns to perfec'ioo on
the top of th loaf. Pride of I,
uoar m tae iioase keeper's
Order Pride of Don jlas floor.
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Q. W.Bashford & Son
- - 1' i cere a Iccg tirte ret
AT LOWEST PRICES.
C. filarsters S Co.
Stationery 5ch00l fjooks
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Proprietor, Brain, Oregon N
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Your laundry is the roost cocspicuoa 3
waraoyoir s; i..-I. Therefore
CiesS of wr. Wj!I .. i.
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" Jii g:v you cjusfort
plat,!.-.. Wi n e parts ia the
U:itlna;, anldj wJrk of the
grau at tjwn rites,
anl c-iTs Uaaierei
Sp-iil attentija given
First d.vss esrvice.
to fine liaea.
nmm m mm
and done it
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